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VOL. V. ~ PROFESSION AI. CARDS. aMttMCKACaHT. iOB * tMSm MCNAUGHT LEARY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. T. Al* r~d.Lt Ag~t.~rt lb. North Britl.l. vferemtile Home of New York M»d Pbanli, of Hkrtford, Fire Iwnir*nc« Compftcieß. AUGUST, 1871. c. H. LABHABKF. . C " « tabharee & HANFORD, COUNSELLORS — AMI> Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE, W. T. Office next door to Diipttch Building. d22-dlj D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. D. W. STARKEY, M. D. HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office on FRONT STREET, next to Odd Fel low' Ball. Seattle, W. T. IIR «. V.C4LHOUN, \/\/ m Ta Oltit Ifo. 1. l>l*patch Building, oppoalte Occi dental Hotel. DR. A. BERTHIER FRENCH TOM DID SIIRfM COMMERCIAL STREET, Opposite IT. 8. Hotel. Seattle, W. T. Office Mourn from 1* to 11 a. u; I to 3, and 7 to If. U. QRS. A. & H. B. BUGLET. fiometopafhißtß, SEATTLE. W. T. DU. H. B. BAGLEY. LATE PROFESSOR OF Principle* and Practice of Surgery In the Michigan Central Medical College, will make Operative Hurgnry and Surgical Dleeaft*« a special tr.and will attend to calln In any part of the »< und. dIS MRS. S. 0. KEWES. M. D. HOMOEOP ATHIST. ht »f the First Latlv Graduate in Mediciuf, Offer* her aerviceH to the people of Seattle Mid Um Vorth Pacific Coast. Mr*. Doctor Hevr«-a comes Wt»*t aftor ten yuars of ooiißUot and successful practice. Will opi>n her hoube to the kick. Mother* can find a home, with the b««t e» leal attendance during confine ment. an.l patient* for general medical treafllent, Wi!l treat the alck by letter, and fill order# for Medicine by mall or expreea, Kevidence on Union atreet, between Fourth and Flftb. my.'' dwtf DR.G. A. WEED, Sl' KG EON AMI PHYSICIAN, BKATTLE, W. T. Office Hours at office ou Commercial street over Harris a Attridge'a Drug Store, from 10 to iv *. m. , and at residenoe, comer of Madlimn and * ctmd strata, from 1 to J r, m. DENTISTRY. I>H. J. C. (J BASSE. DENTIST, OF mRfIK ««»»« Stou* A r Uttl'l New Build- lir lug ou Commercial street. All work guaranteed. BtJ.S. MAGGS ™ Dentist, OFFICE, MILL HTHKKT, •verial.le and Harne a Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. MS. A. o. r. ( W *SHINGTON. NO. 6 ,M6. ANCIENT For eaters, holds Its meetings at m?T Htl ' #Ter 7 Mcond uid fourth Monday la ••ck ta mtii. *1! of the Order la good'standing are invtted to attead. court JOHN 8. ANDERSON. *ec. CHAS. H. WELLS SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT 40 California Street, S *N FRANCISCO, CAL. the purchase or t*l« of Prod«f«. Ifw"*®*. fcc., tolioltad %ud promptly flilrd. fc.ivfcu« «* made on eomtlgamfnU. AGENT FOR THE fifed Line of Sailing Vessels ***** B* I-CBMMMIOJI T« E*l-. IWt Weill. Farfo * Oo.*» Waif. (Vneral Bup*»nuteuvit-ul * 00.-. Eiptw. K*q.,pr»vt Bank of o*l - ?*»•• rr "*'t California FMHwrt' ]jQ A™ Insurance Association. o»llf fYr _^* r i l ~l .Vice Prw cut and M«ua**r •■cUtioin Mutual Fir* Inannurtc« A»- Broa. At Co. k 00. ETt^ 1 * °» The Summons. *T m. U. FLAC*. Cf MAASACBCSETTO Men with hearts their race to save, Men who will not shrink nor swerve, M*n who boon deserve. House for victory ! Long «n-mgh has greed of gold, Men enl women bought and sold, Dwarfel the young and slain the old, Shonting "liberty.*' By the life that Warr.-n gaY.% By the soul so noble trsve, Swear we now above his grave. Freedom shall tot die ! '•We, the people," still survive; We, the people, soul alive, Shall in miud and body thrive, Onwaid still, and high. Justice cries, and echo wakes— Isobar own* tchat labor makes. Off! Thou pilf ring force that takes Fields then hast cot sworn. What men give of time and will, What they bring to shop and mill. All of genieus, a ll Q f skill, Is their sov'reign own Tell us not, with sober face, In the scramble and the race, Only brains win honors place. Fools are they who miss First of all, then, be it shown, Brains belong to him alone, Who is Mammon's faithful own Gold the truest bliss Hear our answer, abort and plain ; Man is mure than hoarded gain- More than wealth of land and main Constitutions, laws. Not by meat alone is fed . But his manhood upward lay, Thrives in Truth's high cause. Take these trnths and turn them o'er; Hold they all our wealth in store ; Asking justice, nothing more, Take we nothing less. For the soul who worked and sighed, For the poor who strived and died — Childhood's blank and orphan's cry— Heav'n will take r«*dress How To Prepare Fruits For Market. Au important part of our product? is our fruit, and we depend largely on Ban Francisco for a market for it. It is a branch of productive industry that is capable of enormous development in Oregon and Washington, and if prop, erly managed may become one of the most profitable. For fruits both green and dried there is a sure market, if only the fruits are put up in attractive style. On packing fruit so as to have it appear to the best advantage the San Francisco Bulletin, in a recent issue, presents some excellent suggestions It says : Honest assorting and honest pit-king art* the first elements of success. A fruit package uiust average the same throughout, in quality, ami its weight must he up to the standard. New bands will often, from a desire j to prove themselves alive to their em ; pi oyer's interests, pack dishonest boxes 1 unless closely watched, and so ruin his reputation. One of the l>est knowD fruit \ raisers of Alameda county informs us that last season a flew man of his pack ed a dozen boxes of small apples, facing them with Urge ones, and the fraud, whioh would have injured the sale of his fruit for months, was only discovered by accident. The personal attention of the proprietor is always necessary in those matters. The size of these packages is au im portant question. Fruit of a second or third quality are best marketed in the largest boxes whfch custom allows— that is, for apples and peara, holding about 50 or 60 pounds; for peaches, 30 pounds; for plu.ns and cherries, 25 pounds; for berries, 10 pounds. But, hi the case of first-class, well-grown and carefully assorted fruit, the real profit lies in small and choice pack ages which thai I attract tbe eyes and purses of the wealthy people. Cherries, for instance, have been abun dant this year, and at the height of the season those marketed in old fashion plum boxes wholesaled at from 6c to Bc. Next, light boxes, holding about 20 tbe. went off much better : and now cases with 10 lb drawers are coning in 'to use. Tbe cherry is such a favorite ! that hardly any skill in its display will ibe wasted. Park nicely in the bottom, then fill in tightly, and reverse tbe lid, .so that when the box is opened uo , stem appears. Small baskets, neatly j packed, are desirable for the retail i trade. The same use of small packages ami careful chosen fruit will apply to the i best eating plums, to choice (wart (as the Seckle), to little, red Christmas apples, and to tigs, table grapes, and all the small fruits. Our orcliardist* must cater to the tastes and whims of a populace who eat largely with their ! eyes. We love beauty of form, ©f color, of arrangement. We will pay lor what we get, but it must be just right. The bulk of the fruit, however, gath ered at the bight of the seaaou, mut c.iuje in ordinary sized package*, and Lere forethought and care will pay. The fruit roust be gathered carefully, by experienced hands. A dent in the surface, no matter how small, will 1* a black surface in a tew days To handle like eggs is a faint caution in the case of choice peaches or winter apples. In asaortiug three, even four size* will be necessary. The distance from market deter mines the time at which to gather fruit so as to have it arrive in per fection. Keep out all that is overripe, S and do not gather an? tco green Never mix different kinds in the same box, unless you are merely aelltng windfalls, which seldom pay expenaee. The art of packing a box of epple« or pear* *o a* to nftke it show at it# beat SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY. JULY i, IS7S. is only attainable by long practice. Uniformity ot size and color, and even filling up the box. without braising, are the essentials. We hare seen boxes of the seooni size Newton pippins, well packed,bring more thai first size, poorly packed. The clear, even color, the level and glomy surface, the regular, perfect rows—all these are pleasing, and pay for the time occupied. The orchardist knows exactly how . to choose a good peach from hit own , orchard. He goes to tbe sunny side ot* j the tree, and finds one with a rich dark color, just ripe, and half hid in j glossy leaves. Then he eats it, with a j certain vague pity for the city people, who taks theirs from a box. Now, the gist of our sermon U, that the orchard ist must try to get the best flavor and most beautiful fruit, and get it to market in the most pleasing condition. I If it appeals to the artistic seaae, as it liea in tba Market, it will not long wait a purchaser. MISCELLANEOUS. WHIDBt ISLAND FARM Near Oak Harbor. FOB SALE. ACRES, MOSTLY BZj(YKB SWAM? A' M I now drained, and Fifty Acres under Good Culti vation. With a good Dwelling Hou*e two/ excellent Water at the door, a good Stable and a b. Barn, and a thrifty Orchard of\ Choire Fruit Trees, all bearing. Title Perfect. A span of Q ( >o«l Horses, a Wagou, and Farming Implements cau tie had on the place. Anybody dent roue of seeing the above described laud can call on Frank DeLorme, On the lPremisee, or Major (1. O. Haller, at Con peril*, W. T. Jels-daw»f MINM & REEVES REAL ESTATE -AND - Abstract Office. We have the Only Complete Abstract o! Titles to Lands* in King County, And Hakes Specialty of Furniahing ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. To Purchasers of Real Estate: Be CareM to bare a Good Title. •JT A GOOD TITLE REQUIRES, 1. That s Chaia of Title be direct and perfect. 2. That no Dower Interests ere outstanding. 3. That there are do Mortgages. 4. That there are no Mechanics' Liena. 5. That there are no Attachment Lien*, f.. That there are no Tax Titles. 7. That there are no Liens by Execution on Judgments of Courts of this Territory or the United State*. 8. If ever devised bj Will, tbat the same was duly Probated. 9. If the property ban ever been sold st Sher iff's, Executor's, Administrator's, or Guardian's Sale, or under decree ef Partition, tbat tbe Pro ceedings an regular. A Government Patent, signed, sealed snd de livered, constitutes the enly positive evidenoe of the transfer of Title from the United States to tbe Purchaser. MONEY TO LOAN Ou First-class Beat Estate Security. If yon want-to Buy. Sell, or Exchange Seeuri ties, give us a call. . MACEINfbSH * REEVES, Seattle, W. T. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES ! | CLOSING OUT SHE ! The Entire Stoek OF S. P. Andrews 6c Co J. W. •EOHIi jel-dtf A«»ifM«. T. THOMPSON, PRACTICAL taXMAKER, 1 COMMERCIAL STREET. OPPOBITE JENNINGS'. •SATTLS. W. T Vl* WORE MADE TO ORDER—IEPAIR-. JN tag of »!' dOTrrlpttoaa don*. HOTELS, &c., AMERICAN HOUSE HEAD OF YESLER'S WHARF, Seattle, W. T. Thia houwe baa been thoroughly renovated and pot in firit-claM order for the accommodation of the traveling public. Board and Lodging from $) to 6 per wtfk Meals and Bfds 2> ceots. EDWARD JOHNSON, Proprietor. No Chinamen Employed. jeßdtf. OCCIDENTAL 1 ■■ r jr UJ BEATTLK, W. T.. BOARD A X D LODGINO AT MODE I! ATE KATES This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And i« FIRST - CLASS Tu all Respects. FREK COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jel PEOI'RIETOKS. EUREKA LOOGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All NlgUt. Beds 25 to 50 cents Special ltetes by the week. Andrew Pflaum. j«4-dtr NEW ENGLAND JHC OTK B j Corner Commercial & Main Sts., Seattle, W. T. THE NEW ENGLANDfcSR* and lie accommodatlona for families are anaui pa— ed. This Houaa is NEWLY BUILT. !■ HARD FIN. ISHED throughout, haa large and well furnished Rooe*a. and first class board, en the European Finn, eaa be had at moderate prlcea. Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Zieber & Knowles, Prop's Situated opposite all the Railroad and Stesw. ahip Oftees. Street ears pass the house every AT a zai nates. Free Coach to and from the Hons*. n2t>«iwly PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD M. J.OATt HL HHHL At the Hrad of Yfilcr't Wharf, SE\TTLE. EvcsT vmiiety of Cemetery Work executed in Marble and all other Stone, with nestness snd dispatch. Alae.all kinds of BuildingMatmal kept for tie market. . Also agent for the aale of the San Juac Lime, i All orders promptly filled, and satisfaction guar antes*. L. B. Harkness, MONEY EXCHAH6E OFFICE On MM Strut, the /W Ofiia. Gold Silver and Greenbacks Bought and sold st the very l.>w»**t rates «.f exenanfe. Also on Sale the Choicest Brands of Cigars. • jrH-dtf MISCELLANEOUS. L P. SMITH 4 SON, WATCI MAKERS. JEWELLERS: ENGRAVERS DEALEItS IX American and Swiss Watches » j FIXE JKWELRY. i SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS. | ' GOODS SENT TO AST PART OE THE J"OOJD C. O. P. ifr" Watch and Clock Repairing done as Uf»nal, ! at moderate prices, and in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street, Seattle. W. T. ap«'-dt/ | My Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, Will be open on Sundays from to A. M. to 7 F. M. and on week days any time on application. Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda Water, all Kinds of Fancy Drinks, Confectionery, etc. Kept always on hatul. Admittance, 25 cents ; large parties less. W. P. Smith. sp'.!J-dtf H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN Fancy Crockery, (■ln<>s^iiro Tobacco. CitCHrs. I*lpe«, Uroreries, F.tc., ruerof Mill and Commercial streets. oct23 JASON SI'IUNUEK & CO., Corner Hpear and Mission Streets, San Francisco. Manufacturers and Dealers in DOORS, WINDOWS, HLINDS, Weights, CoriN ami PIIIICJA. Importers cf GKUMAN FRENCH AND ENGLISH WINDOW GLASS, 1«, 21 and 26 oz. Doors a Specialty.^^ SEND rOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST. No, 65 Front Street, Portlaiul, Oregon. Je29-w3m NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. PACIFIC DIVISION. KALAMA TO TACOMA and E TACOMA TO WILKESON, (COAL MINES.) MAIN LINE TRAINS. DA /L Y, (KX CKV T 8 UNI)A YS). LEAVE 1 AHKIVK Kslsms 1140 a. m. Tacotna 5:00 P.M. racorua 7.-00 a. m. j Ktlmn 11:30 P. u POYALLUP ROAD TRAINS. LEAVE | AREITS Tacoiua C.*s a. m. i Wilkeson ....9:00 a. m. Wiikeson JJ:3O p. m. | Tacoina 5:50 P. u. COLLECTIONS. At TACOMA. with ParWc Mai! Stesnwhipa for Victoria and San Kn.n*-laro, and with Souud Btesmers lor Seattle. Htrilacoom, Oiympia, and all points on Puget Bound. At Lake View, with Stage for Steilacoont. At Tenino, with Stages for o!yinpis. At Kala.na with O. 8. N. Co.'« boata for Port land and all poiuts on the Columbia river. At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at *'» a. M. with stesmeni for Port Townaend, Victoris, Nanaimo, New Westminster and Kramer River. Through Tickets for asie at Principal Offices of the Company. and at the Office of the O.S. N. Co. in Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and via P. M 8. 8. Go.'s Stesm»hip* from Tscoins. and O. S. S. Cj. and P. C.B. 8. Co.'* Rtesrashipk from Portland to San Franci*co. Through Tickets to PcrtUnd, Oregon, for aale st Victoris, Seattle, Taroiua Wild Tenino. 8. A. BLACK. Oeneral Superintendent, W WAYNE VOGDEB. General Ticket Agent. W. H. PT MPHREY, Ticket Agent at Seattle, W. T. oct.il iMTO V E « | Almost (liven Away! w ' EXTRAORDINARY NOTICE. Ki' some meant a letter sent by me to San Francisco wa* one m-ntii in reaching ta tasti nation; so my stork of Stoves sre • oct tws months too isle. Now I hsve ALL K X IST ID S And a* I do not wi*h to csrry this htocs into the next year, I will sell the asme Cheap for Cash Cal! M>on and aiaku your selections. T. P. FREEMAN, ? Pioneer Variety Store, Seattle. dVdtf MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W- X. Have on hand a large and well assorted stock of Goods in thoir line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implement*. Crockery and (wlassware, Paints A Oil* Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (groceries and Provisions, Wines. Liquors, Et<\ AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC IT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TKADE, FOR BALK FROM WHARF. CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON Seattle, W. T. July lit, 1875. MAMMOTH CUKE SALE! FOR 30 DAYS Prior to the arrival of our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK From the East We Offer DRY GIODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, At a Reduction of Ten per Cent, for Cash. We make an allowance on all ( l ash Sales in the above named Lines of Goods. COME EARLY AND OFTEN And Secure Bargains. SCHWABACKER BRON.& < 0 Paget Sound Business College, Cor. Front and Columbia Streets, SEATTLK. W. T. DESIGNED TO IMPAKT A THOUOUOH ENOLIHH EDUCATION, A COMPLETE BUHINFHH Training, and Practical Instruction io Al «JTU language*, Correspondence, Telegraphy, ot. . THE SCHOOL-ROOM AND COUNTING-ROOM Ar« united upou a plan thattocuroa to the atudent all the practical a 5 vantage* of each. There la In operation a Banking H JUM, with Check*. Drafta, Notea, bill* of Kxchai.g'*. Oertiflt ate* of Efcpoeit, etc., fully illuatrating the banking buainww. Tbe Hcho»?-Room i« fitted np with Merchandising, Jobbing and Importing Emporium*. Iniu ranee and General Banking Ortlcea, Commission and Forwarding Ifoijae*. Kipre*M and Poat Office*. For (particulars. apply or address u»y£-dAwtf PUGET SOUND im IN ESS COLLEGE. CITT DRUG STORE, Harris & Attridge, Wholenale au«l lietutl Dialers in ORlliS, CHEMICALS k PATENT VIKIIICIVKS. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. «r Onter« by Mail or Express promptly attended to. jn!-«KVwM NO. 25.