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VOL. V. pROFESS'OXA I. CARPS. JOHN UUKT SaUGHT & LEAFY, ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. T. tb. Sont Bn.Ub X«cutll« Home of *«» *> rt u " i Hertford, Eire In«ur»n<* Compact*. AUGUST. IS7L c. a. lamulb™ C '^nn LARRABEE & HANFORD. COUNSELLORS — AJOt— Attorneys - at - Law heattle, w. t. Offlc* D*«t door to b Bni,d J 1 n^ <Jly D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. • - D. W. STARKEY, M. D. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oftce do FRONT BTKKET, next Odd Fel !ovt* Htll, Settle, W. T. UK G. V.C.I LHOUN,; neattle, W. T. Ollie No. 1, lAspatch Building, opposite Oc«l --deutal Hotel. DR. A. BERTH IE R FRENCH WSItUN AMI SIIRIIEO.V COMMERCIAL STREET. Opposite U. H. Hotel, Seattle, W. T. Office Hour* from 'J to 11 am; 1 to 3, and 7 to IP. M. IRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. UoM<K<nm9h ihtn. SEATTLE, W. T. IVK. H. B. BAGLEY, LATE PROFESSOIt OF 1/ Principles and Practice of Surgery in the Michigan Central Medical College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseases a apecial t:,and will attend to calls In auy part of the Mttod. did I MRS. S. 0. HEWES, M. 0. HOMOEOPATH I ST. Ik #f the Firsl Lady iira<lnatfs in Mftlicine, offers her services t<> the people of Seattle aud th* North Pacific Coast. Mis. Doctor Hewes rows West after ten years of constant and aucoeaaful practice. Will open hir hftifcn to the sick. Mothers can And a home, j »Ith the best • e< leal attendance during couflne. nwut.au ! patients for general medical treatment. Wl!l treat the sick by letter, and fill orders for Medicine by mall or express. Residence ou Union street, between Fourth and Fifth. iny'it'-dwtf DR.G. A. WEED, M'KUKON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. CXhcs Hours at office on Commercial street, over Harris k Attrldgs's Drug Store, from 10 to I.'*. M., and st residence, corner of Madison and tf« cond streets, from 1 to .1 r. m. DENTISTRY. J. C. GKASSE, DENTIST, OF- RnSSK Be# In Stone A 1" »r>ttt'» New Build ing on Com menial *treet. All work (Miutrtd, mJ.S. MAGGS Dentist, OFFICE, MIL L STREET, bit 8a Uls and Hsrne s Store. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL ns. A. O. F. f , Ul RT WASHINOTON, NO. 6.H9Z. ANCIENT M °f Foresters, holds its meetings at -jajiua Hall #r*ry second and fourth Monday in •« month. **®hers ef ths Order is good standing are "•Jally invited to attend. °rtl,r of ths Court JOHN 8. ANDERSON, »ec. CHAS. H. WELLS SHIPPING & COMMISSION merchant 40 California Street, B *N FRANCISCO, CAL. ths purchase or tale of Produce, solicited and promptly filled. "■Utancsi made on consignments. AOENT FOR THE SonM Liue of Sailina Vessels ***** BT I'UUIUSION T« E*!., Pres't Wells, Fargo A Co.'s C. . »^i U ' ne. Esq.. General Superintendent §.* rUu?? 0 * Co.'s Express. Esq.,Pres"i Granger's Bank of Cal l>rf*'t California Farmers' 0 « • tnaqranna Association. Pr«»i«<ent and ****<ll on anu * r *' Mutual Flrv Insurance As- SiS2j c, ;r'® ro *- * %>. Nickel A Co. gy wothers. n <».ambnkOo. .llO^Uwtf "Sheridan's Ride." A correspondent of the New York If*raid writes as follows: At this juncture, when the Army of the Shenandoah was girding itself for retaliation, and not, as some records have it, when it was fleeing Northward in dismay. General Phillip H. Sher idan, its beloved and invincible com mander, reached the field at the end of his famous ride. The writer of the letter in company with an odicfr of the Sixth Corps Staff, was sitting on his horse at the time, just behind a bkttery stationed on the left of the main turnpike extending down the valley. Across this turnpike, a short distance in front, the left flank of the army bad been partly reformed as described. Both my companion and myself turned to the sound of a single horse s hoofs clattering down th»* turn pike at headlong speed. Sheridan rede alone. Ho had left one after an other of his stuff behind to aid in the work in which many gallant officers were engaged, the harsh work of cursing, urging and shaming back to the front the panic-stricken or bewil dered fugitives who thronged the roads and woods toward* Winchester. A single Aid for it might have been the Orderly) was seen far away in the distant perspective urging his tired charger after the General down the pike. The General's black horm was stained with dust and lather. Sun burnt. eager and filial with ire, •'Lit tle l'tiil" rode witli spurs net deep and eyes that reminded one of lighted fus es. 1 happened to be tlie first person he accosted. Tightening his bridle while I galloped forward at his recog nition, he shouted: "Where is General Wright v ' I indicated the direction where I had seen the latter General about half an hour before, and, curious to witness the effect of his sudden arrival <uuex pec ted AS it must certainly IK? to every body on the field), followed Sheridan at full speed. Continuing down past the battery aud then swerving to the left in front of it, he soon reached the line of b*t tlc, such as it was. lie could not ride far. without l>eing recognized. One after the other of the officers discovered him. The word, "There's Sheridan !' "Here cornea the General, by (I—!' 'Hip ! iiip ! hurrah for little Phil !' rang out upon the air. With telephonic rapidity the news spread from regi muut to regiment, brigade to brigade, division to division, corps to corps. Hats went up like conjwrers' b*U- The soldiers t pitted their caps on their bayonets ami waved them t<» and fro. Cheers broke forth and swelled. GunuraU and Colonels mounted and rode out to salute the fiery little hero on the black horse, at whose coming every heart in the ranks beat with the certitude of approaching triumph. Custer, on his way to complete the dis position of his fquadrons, caught sight of his commander, and, it was said, spurred up and him at a g illop. Lifting and swinging his cap, Sheridan hailed evey body with cnthu ► i>iu ; but every word ho said meant business. Whenever he got within hearing of the troops he shouted,' Get ready lor fighting. We're.going back to camp,' meaning the camp on Cedar Creek, from which the army had been driven i'l the morning. Perhaps no sermou that wa- preach ed yesterday surpassed in fervor and effectiveness the late plea of Rev. Plato Johnson to his congregation to lead a godly life He said in part I "liruddern, de iub o!> de Lord am a wonderful tin<r. Nobody would tink dat a pore 010 darkey's life was wufl much ennyhow ; but the Scripter says dat de fust shall be de last aud vice versy, and data the chief hold we hab ; for 1 'elude from dat sayin' dat do cul j lud pusson wot shines boots and charges only the regla;* price has a tol'ble show for the next world, tho he haint much ob a chance here. From a ligious point of view it's just as 'portant to j shine boots well as to run a fust class saw-mill. He Lord He nebber axes ! wat you been doiug, but how you been j doing it. And when you get to de juugmeut day, gotne ob you por washer j women, who wasn't mean 'bout de starch, but put plenty ob it in de cloth- J is. will be a lluttering ob yer wings in Paradise, wile de wite man wat made ye wait for yer tnuuy will be a looking and a looking fur a shady spot, and * wishin dat he had a bit ob iee. You know wat l'se thinking jest at dis timer l'se thinking that some ob • deese wite folks wat 'magin dat dey'll hab a fedder-bed in de next world, and 'free or four angels to keep de flies off, will find wat dey's looking round tur dero reserved seat in glory dat dey's irot a cinder in dero eye, and 1 can't see it. Ilow'll you feel, wite man, wen you find yo'self 'mongst a big crowd ob ornay folks way up in de family circle, wile some poor darkey, who did your choree like a honest mau s is 'ducted by the heb'>en!y usher to a orchestra seat, tight down close to do mewsic? And how'll you feel, brudder, when dose angels say to von. •Taint no matter wat color you l*>. yo name's been called, and wese direct ed t* sbow you a ?eet on de platform ? Yer old black tVes'lt shiue like de inoco, and you'll feel Ike a striking out wid de dubble shuttle right on de golden pavement 'Member, all ob you, dat it Hint de p >cketbook. nor the color, but de shape of de soul wat gibs I you a right to a front seat up yander." A colored tramp, who was hanging al»out the depot a day or two since, was observed, to disappear around the eoner whenever a passenger tram drew | up, reappearing only as it departed. It looked suspicious, and a special policeman pounced upon Hiui as be re turned from cue of the semi-occasional excursions, and deiuauded what he was "up to.' 'Are you keeping ?hai j from a constable, or don't you want to go till a freight train comes along.' •he asked. The wanderer proceeded to SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERR [TORY, MONDAY, JULY S, IS7S. elucidate ; 'Yer see, boss,' he said taking another reef in his trowsers waistband, 'I hain't had nuffia' to eat worf m»nshunin' since last night: and ebery time dat de cars pulls in, de boy at de hotel by de pervilyerura, he trots out and beats de gong for dinner, and I tells you. boss, I feel just like I was g<»ing to care in, an 1 I can't stand the pressure, nohow." He let him go. NOT long since, a Sac Antonio dark ey did some whitewashing for a man living in the Fifth Ward. On paying for the job, the employer naid off Mose for that was the dark< y's name, in Mexi can quarters at par It was several days before Mosy found out that they were only worth twenty cents. Moss was very much hurt about it. "Jess to think of Colonel cheating dis hard working niggah outen thirty cents. Fore de Lord,*l wud nebber hab be lieved it on him. I hadn't orter tuk de job iu de fust place.' And then be added mope cheerfully : ,But ef I hadn't whitewashed de fence, I nebber wou'd have known where all dem chick ens roosted what I sold next morning for a dollar. De banks habn't eotch up wid dis niggah yet; heah ! heali !" MISCELLANEOUS. Ml klYimil & RRKVKS REAL ESTATE —AND - Abstract Office. We Lave the Only Complete Abstract ol Titles to Lands in King County, An<l Make a Specialty of Furnishing AB3TPACTS OF TITLE. To Purchasers of Keal Estate: Be Carefn! to lave a Good Title. %r A GOOD TITLE REQUIRES. 1. That a Chain of Title be direct and perfect. 2. That no Dower Interests are outstanding. 3. That there are no Mortgages. 4. That there are no Mechanics' Liens. ">. That there are no Attachment Lien?. That there are no Tax Tithe. 7. That there ar« no Liens by Execution on Judgments of Courts of this Territory or the United States. H. If ever devised by Will, that the game was duly Probated. tf If the property has ever been sold at Sher iff**, Executor's, Administrator's, or Guardian's Bale, or under define ef Partition, that the Pro ctedintfs are regular. A Government Patent, signed, CM-aled and de livered, constitutes the only positive evidence of the transfer of Title from the United States to the Purchaser. MONEY TO LOAN On First-claa?> Ilea: Estate Security. If you want to Buy. Sell, or Exchange Securi ties, give is a call. MACKINTOSH & REEVES, Seattie, W. T. PU G E OUNDSTON E Y ft R D M. jr. CAH.IS.EBIt It thf llrad of Veslfr's Wharf, SEATTLE. | Eveiy variety of Cemetery Work executed in Marble and all other %>ne, with neatness and dispatch. Also, all kinds of Masons' Building Material kept for the market. Also, agent for the sale of the San Juan Lime. All older* promptly filled, and satisfaction guar- , an teed. To Those Wishing to Secure Homesteads! W. B. HALL, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, / \FFEBS HIS SERVICED To PARTIES WISH- V ) ing to secure Homes in Washington Tcrri tory, either by Homestead or Pre-emption, a* he j is thoroughly acquainted with the land not yet taken up. Term#, very reasonable. Apply jb person or by letter to W. B. HALI.. Seatts. L. B. Harkness, MONEY EXCHAH6E OFFICE On M 1 'I Strict, tlu I'ott Orfirt. Gold Silver and Greenbacks B mght aad *jld at the very lowest rstes i»f exchange. Also on Sale the Choicest Brands of Cigars. . je*-dtf ' House lor Rent \ NEAT DWELLING IRH HE ON SECOND \ »tr~«»t, north of *he old Co*! Five Improv«*i t»*n!eu lA'>. Well uf Water, *ml Cue view. Teriiib r*t»»'C»b>. Apply to Mackintosh Reeves, iUfJO.dl* Mill Hirert. hotels, Ac., OCCIDENTAL ■■ «» r f »: Mj SEATTLE, W. T., HOARD AND LODQING AT MODE R A T E RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And it FIRST CLASS In all Respects. FREF COACH TO AMD FROM THE HOI SE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jel PROPRIETORS. AHE KI (A \ HOUSE HEAD OF YESLER'S WHARF, Seattle, W. T. This bouse hu been thoroughly renoTated an«l put in flrst-clasa order for the accommodation of the traveling public. Boanl and Lodging from *5 to 6 per wrrk >1 eals nnd Beds it cents. EDWARD JOHNSON, Proprietor. No Chinamen Employed. jefldtf. NEW ENGLAND h: o r r« j .Mj rorner Commercial & Main Sts., Seattle, "W, T. THE NEW ENGLAND audit* accommodation* for familien are unaui passed. This House in NEWLY BUILT, Is HARD FIN IHHFD throughout, has lar>;e and well furnished P.ooiurt, and brat clahH board. ou the Euro p can t 9 t aa , can be had at moderate prices. Best Hotel in the "city. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All Bods 25 to 50 cents Special Hates by the week. Andrew I'flaum. jH-dtr CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Ziebcr & Knowlcs, Prop's Situated opposite all the Railroad and Steam ship Office*. Street ears pass the house every Ave minutes. Free Coai h to and from the House. n'2t)-tlwly TO SPORTSMEN! JOH\ SI LIiIV.W I TA3 NOW A COMPLETE ASSORT M EMI "1 Of : Trout R<xU. Reals and Flies; Gut, Hooks, Leaders and Lines : Spoon Hooks of the very beat killing styles ; Dog Fish Hooks; Powder and Shot Flasks ; Cartridges of all sizes : Ammunition, etc. Also a Fine Assortment of BIRD CAtiFS. COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. *p22-dawtf To the Ladies! r J" v HE rSDERSIOSED HAS LOC4TED OK I'lierry Street, Seattle, Where she is prepared to Tea<"h Mra. F. A Boom, hwwer's System of DRESS CUTTINB COMPLETE. Also keepa c-.mstant'y on hand a wall select**] Assortment of FANCY ARTICLES FOR LADIES' WEAR ! P.t-aae call andeiaiutu*. HKS. W. H. KIKSTKK. MISCELLANEOUS. L. P. SMITH £ SON, W Vil li MIkKRS. JEWELLERS ENGRAVERS DEALKItS JIX American and Swiss Watches FIXE JEWELRY. SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS. OOODS SENT TO ANT PAKT OE THE SOryD C. O. D. •7" Watch and Clock Repairing done as usual, at m<»derate prices, and in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street, Seattle, W. T. ap6-dtf My Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, Will be opeaon Sundays from to a. m. 7r. 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 hand. Admittance, 2~> cents ; large partiea less. W. P. Smith. apj'2-dtf H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN : Fiiiiry Crockery. lilANN^Hrr, Tohacco. CivnrH, IMpr*. (■rorerieK, Die., EL*., ruerof Mill and Commercial streets. oct23 JASON SPRINGER & CO., Corner Spear and Mission Streets, Sau Francisco. Manufacturers and Dealers iu DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, l ords ami Importers cf GERMAN KRESCII AND ENGLISH WINDOW GLASS, 1«, 21 and 98 o*. tfcgF Doors a Specialty.,^! SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST. No, 65 Front Street, Portland, Oreeron, )HV-vki I NORTHS PACIFIC RAILROAD. PACIFIC IH VISION. KALAMA TO TACOMA AMD ITACOMA TO WILKESON, (COAL MINES.) MAIN LINE TRAINS. DAILY, (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). IkAVK ARKIVK rialama 11:20 A. M. Tacoma 5:00 P.M. Tacoiua TsOO A. M. Kalauia 12J0P.11 PUYALLUP ROAD TRAINS. LB AVE I AIIBITK Tacotua €.45 A. M. I Wiikaeon ....9:00 A. M. WlikMMin.... 3:30 r. m. | Tacoma r>:Vi p. u. CONNECTIONS. At TACOMA, with PacHJc Mai! Steamship* for j Victoria and Han Francisco, and with S.»und i Steamers tor Seattle, Steilacooui, Olympia, and all points on Paget Sound. At Lake View, with Stage for Steilacoojp. At Tenlno, with Stage® for Olympia. At Kalavna with O. R. N. Co.'a boat# for Port land and all points on the Columbia river. At Portland, on Wednesday and Saturday at 6 , ' A. M. with steaiD'-rw for Port Townsend. Victoria, Nan si mo, New Westminster and Fraser Kiver. Through Tickets for aale at Principal Offices of the Company, and at the Office of the O.S. N. Co. ii. Portland. Oregon, to Victoria and Seattle, and i ! via P. M. S. S. Co.'a Steamship* from Tacoma. and O. S. S. Cj. ani P. C. S. S. Co.'s steamships from Portland to San Francisco. Through Tickets to Portland, Oregon, for sale | at Victoria, Seattle. Tacoma an4Tenino. S. A. BLACK. General Superintendent, W WAYNE VOGDES. General Ticket Agent. W. H. PT'MPHREY, Ticket Agent at Sesttle. , W. T. octal m r Jr €* v k m Almost (iiven Awa> ! EXTRAORDINARY NOTICE. Kjr some means a letter sent by me to San Pranciscv was one menth 10 reaching ts dasti nation; so my stock of Stoves are t oct two months too iate. Now I have .A. Xj XJ ICI3ST3DS And as I do not wUh to carry this stoca into the nest year, I will sell the same Cheap for Cash Call soon aud make your selections. T. P. FREEMAN, Pioneer Variety Store, Seattle. t is-atr j MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford L Harrington, IMPORTERS ANDSB JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W". T. ; Havo on hanj a larije and well assorted stovk ..f (in,..ls in tlj.'ir lin,., consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron an«l Steel, nsmrted. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tool*. Agricultural and Mini no Implement*, Crockery Paints A Oil* Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (Jroceries and Provisions, Wines. Liquors. Kte. AGENTS KOH THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC EST TALIIOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD &. HARRINGTON Seattle. W. T. July ldt, 1*75. • MAMMOTH CLEARANCE SALE! FOR 30 DAYS Prior to the arrival of our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK From the East Wv OHVr MT GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, BOOTS ami SHOES, At a Reduction of Ten per Cent, for Cask. We make an allowance on all ('ash Sales in the above named Lines of Goods. COME EARLY AND OFTEN And Secure Bargains. SCHWABACHEB BROS.& €0 Puget Sound Business College, Cor. Front and Columbia Streets, SKAT TL K. W . T. DEMIOXED TO IMPART A THOUOUOH EXOI.MH EDUCATION, A CO.MI'I.ETE BI'HINP.H* Training, and Pra« tical Instruction in Modern f.an^ua#> Corf*#pond«nce, T* W* graph y, etc. THE BCIIOOL-ROOM AND COUNTING-ROOM Are muted upou ft plan that ae-ur»-H to the »tudent ait thr practt.ai advantage* of ea<b. There 1* in oi»er»tloo a Hanking (loau, with Cb'-ka, Drafts, X t«M. Hillh of E*chai.gf, Certificate of iM-i'-jttit, etc., fully illustrating tun banking bu*iui'#*. The Hchool-Room in fitted up with Mer :hwidiaing, Jobbing and Importing Emporiums, lam ranee aad <i»oerftl Hanking O.Hrei*. CommiMioii au I Forwarding Hoitnes, Eipreas and Pi*l Ofttce# For particulars, apply or address u»y£.d&wtf PUGET SOUND BUSINESS COLLEGE. CITY DRUG STORE, Harris & Attridge, Wholesale anil Retail Dealt-r« in DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PATENT 11111 fcfEATTLK, WASHINGTON TEIUUTOKY. ur Onler* l»y Mail or Kxpre** promptly attendeil to. jel-»lAwtt NO. 28.