Newspaper Page Text
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. COHT. JOH* LJuAfiT Iff NAUGHT & LEAKY, ATTORNE YS-AT-LA W, BEATTLE, W. T. Alio waidwt Agent, of tb« North BritUL aud Mercantile Home of New Turk and Ph«Ux, of totford, Fire Insurance Companies. ACOrST, 1871. c. n. haxvokd. ÜBBABEE & HANFORD, COUNSELLORS —Ajn>— Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE, W. T. OfEre neit door to Dispatch Building. d'.^-dly D. P. JENKINS Attoraev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - W. T. I. W. STARKEY, M. D. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office «<u FRONT STREET, noxt to Odd Fel t WP»' Kail. Beiittla, W. T. III! G. V.U.I LIIOIiNi boattlo, "W. T. w.T5«e No. 1, DlHpatcti Building, oppoaita Occi dental Hotel. MRS. S. D. HEWES, M. D. HOMOEOPATH I ST. I)m of the Pirst Lady liradyatfs in Medicine, Offer* her sendees to the people of Brattle and the North Paciflo Coast. Mm. Doctor llew«'S mniM W«**t after t*n year* ofcouHtaut and successful practice. Will open her house to the »i< k. Mother* can find a home, with the best m ti ical attendance during confiue- UMit.aii.l patient* for general medical treatment. Will treat the sirk by letter, and fill order* for Medicine by mail or express. Residence ou Union street, between Fourth and fifth. myW-dwtf QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. Homaopath isfs, SEATTLE, W. T. DIC. 11. B. BAGLEY, LATE PROFESSOR OF Priuclple* and Practice of Surgery in the Michigan Central Medical College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseases a special -1 tj.and will attend to calls in any part of the Hand. di 9 DR. G. A. WEED, • I'RUEON AND PHYSICIAN, BEATTLK, W. T. Olllce Hour* at office ou Commercial strret, over Karri* k Attrldge's Drug Store, from 10 fc> 1/ 1, m , and at residence, corner of Madl*ou and H cond atreeta, from 1 to :i p. u. DENTISTRY. flee In Stone k P »u*tt'» New Build iux uncommercial street. All work g anute*£. Q& J.S. MAGGS Dentist, MILL BTKEKT, Cver Ba.i le and Barn e« it Store, EAST OK OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. f2B. YIK siiini; TONG, Chinese Phvsiciau, WatJiinftonSStree t txttceen Commercial tiinl First Street*. Dr.Yik Shin* Tong haa just arrived her* from Sau Francisco, and la the beet Chinese doctor #v« In Seattle, bring » graduate of one of tbe beat medical colleges in China. jyV-dtl L. B. Harkness, MONEY EXCHAH6E O FIF I O E *om Afill street, (>}y*>#ite tin Pott Office. Gold Silver and Greenbacks B«ugkt and sold at the very lowest rates of exchange. Almi'oa Hale the Choicest ltramts of Cigars. Je^dtf To Those Wishing to Secure Homesteads! W. B. HALL, Land and Tax Paying Agent. SEATTLE. W.T., f iFFEItS UIS RERVICEB TO PAKTIE3 WlSH torr Homes jn Washington Tern u .i' r Homestead or Preemption, aa he taken « » acquainted >»ith the land not yet up. Terms, very reasonable. PP'y la person or by letter to W. U. HALL. Seattle. A. O. F. f NO- «.«*. ANCIENT Maauot<? h.i'i fcolda Its meetings at •3 month ** *® Coud foarth i!oU4l »y ln ~*%xs££,22r ■■«—*■«- *F of the Oourt. * JOHN 8. ANDERSON, »ec. Grains of Gold There is always more error in hatred than in love. The more a man swears, the easier he is whipped. Our atrongest nre—to get and to l>e got. Xcver let your honest convictions be laughed down. The body of a sensualist i« the coffin of a dead soul. The chamber of sickuea* is the chapel of devotion. To speik to the purpom-, one moat speak with a purpose. Kntertuiu no thoughts which you would blush at in word*. t Infidelity like death, admits of no degree- Madame de Girardin. Virtue is the greatest ornament, and good sense the best equipage. Love is the fever of the soul ; pas sion i» the delirium of that fever. Dishonesty is the forsaking of per manent for temporary advantages. Worship your heroes from afar ; con tact withers them.—Madame Necker. Zane asked the oracel how he should live and was told to enquire of the dead. The more a man deuies himself, the more he shall obtain from God—Hor ace. Words nre the daughters of the mind, but actions are tho sous of the ijOUl. To Adam, Paradise was home; to the good, among his decendants, home is Paradise. A woman who has never l>eeu pretty, has never been young.—Madame chine. No sword is too short for the brave man. lie has only to advance to make it long enough. People who like so much to t-tlk their mind, should sometimes try to uiind their talk. Slanders are !ike flics, they leap over all a man's good parts, to light only upon his sores. He who will write heroic poeuis, should make hi* whole life a heroic poem.— Milton. I can forgive a crime, says Madame Kecauiitr—if it may have some grend motive -hut never an awkwardness. \Vh:it a vast deal of time and ease that man gains wh•» is not troubled with an impertinent curiosity about others. I will listen to any oue's convictions, but pray keep your doubts to yourself. I have plenty of my own.—Goethe. Grass and earth to sit on, water to | wash your feet, aud affectionate speech are at no time wanting in the mansions of ttie good.—Menue. False friends are like our shadows, keeping close to us while we walk in the suushine, but leaving us the instant we cross the shade. No thought is more fearfully a ileum than that God has given to man free ngriicy, and made eternal life to depend upon our choices and actions. It is a shame for a rich Christian to be like a Christmas box, that receives all, ami nothing can be got out until it be broken in pieces. It is with tho finest character as it is with the finest woods and marbles ; the polished hand is still needed to bring out the veins of beauty and grace. In proportion as the structure ot * government gives force to the public opinion it 10 esential that the public opinion should be enlightened: Cheruh public credit. Itoyalty is impotence ttud * vulgur •how, compared with the deep and quickening power which many a Chris tian teacher has exerted on tbe immor tal soul. If you wis»h success in life, make per severance your bosom friend,experience your wise counsel; caution your elder brother, and hope pour guardian gen ius.—Addison. If you would be well with a great mind, leave him with a favorable im pression of ycu; if with a little mind, leave him with a favorable opiuion of hiufcself. —C ol er id ge. There never was any party, faction, wit or cal>al whatsoever, in which the most ignorant were not the most vio lent; for a bee is not a bu/zing animal than a blockhead.— Pope. Particular eveuts may occur to over throw any government, but the general and ultimately inevitable tendency of things is not the less to establish and perpetuate the democratic form It is no disgrace to Imj able to do everything; but to undertake, or pre tend to do, what you are made for, is not only shameful, but exceedingly troublesome and vexatious. Vlntonh. —• 4«» • BKI>B.--These are very necessary, as well as convenient and comfortable ; but like all other things in this world, there are go«*i and bad beds. Feather beds are injurious in every way to health, and vlwmid. thereforu, 1*» dia pensed with. The way in which many manage them is also very absurd ; they rise from them in the morning, make them up steaming hot, close the ilmus and windows, all till bed-time Then the scene is acted over ugaiii. All beds should be most thoroughly aired after being used, that the gates and odors imparted to them from the human IMKIV may be reinovtd. The room, al*>, should be well ventilated. There are many tuatt rials that make inoro healthtul beds than feathers, among which may be enumerated hair, husks, straw and springs. Timely Advice. Kat only what is proper food ; Drink only that which does you good; Spend only what you can afford; Lend only what will be restored; Then you will have no cau*e to say; I was a f<>ol vesterdav. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER IS7S. BEINO A BOY.—One of the be»t thing- in the world is to be a boy ; it requires no experience though it needs 9ome practice to be a good one. The disadvantage of the position is that it does not la«t locg enough; it is soou over; just as you g» t used to being a boy, you have to be something else, w;th a good deal more work to do ami not half so much fun. And yet every boy is anxious to be a man, and is very unea»y with the restrictions that ar put upon him as a boy. G»>od fun as it is to yoke up the calves and play work, there is not a bey on a farm but would rather drive a yoka of oxen at real work. "What a glorious feeling it is, indeed, wheu a boy for the tirat time given the long whip and permitted to drive the oxeu, walking by their side, swingiug the long lash and shouting, 'Gee, Buck !' 'Haw, Golden !' 'Whoa Bright!' and all the rest of tbat re markable language, until he is red in the face, and all the neighbors for half a mile away are aware of something un usual is going 011. If I were a boy I am not sure but I would rather drive the oxen than have a birthday. A GOOD STOPPING PLACE.—A little boy of tive in Philadelphia, according to a religious paper published in that city, was 'playiug railroad' with his younger sister. An inverted footstool served as the car, aud the boy was both engineer and conductor. After part ially completing the circuit of the room, puffing like an engine, the little fellow called out 'New York.' and after a little further progress. 'Pat terson,' and then Philadelphia.' As he was now somewhat tired, and his pas senger seemed not to have arrived at her destination, he went on a little further ar.d then called out 'Heaven.' upon which the little one cried out eagerly 'Top ! Top the tar—l dess I'll dit out here.' MISCELLANEOUS. MUHUTOSII 4 REEVES REAL ESTATE —AND- Abstract Office. We have the Ou!y Complete Abstract ol Titles to Lands in fting County, And Make a Specialtv of Furnishing ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. To Purchasers of Heal Estate: Be Careful to lave a Good Title. •jr A GOOD TITLE REQUIRES, 1. That a Chain of Title be direct and perfect. 2. That no Dower Interest* are outstanding. 3. That there are no Mortgages. 4. That there are nc Mechanics' Liens. 5. That there are no Attachment Lieue. C. That there are no Tax Titles. 7. That there are no Liens by Execution on Judgment* of Courts of this Territory or the United States. S. If ever devised by Will, that the same was duly Probated. i). If the property has ever been sold at Sher iff's, Executor's, Ad.-ninistrator's, or Guardian's Sale, or under decree of Partition, that the Pre ctedintfa are regular. A Government Pateut, signed, sealed and de livered, constitute# tiie only positive evidence of the transfer of Title from the United States to the Purch.-»er. MONEY TO LOAN Ou First-class Rea; Estate Security. If you want to Buy, Sell, or Exchange Securi ties, gi\e us a call. MACKINTOSH k REEVES. Veattie, W. T. HUM, HIDE & CD. Sail Francisco, The l.aiwst Wholesale Music House on the Coast. GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE UNEQUALLED Ififjfjlf Th.*ac Supeib Instrument* haw achieved a auocessunjiarallelud in tbe Lift* ry i f orta UuafKtan. Th#>y ire mnarkaKe for Volume. Purity tad SwwtDfW of Tom , and I urabiilty. ALSO (iKSkKAL A till'NTS FOB !;eiim [PRiciiT rii\'os! AND STANDARD AMI KSTEV ORGANS. Instruments Sold on easy Installments FOR SI 1 i:i:i MUSIC,| BRASS INSTRUMENTS, Atnl Krerythih'j in tfi- Mtitic Line, ADDEKSS SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., San Francisco, Cal. CHARLES NEAHER, Local Agent, SEATTI.F.. augloUwly HOTELS, Ac., AMKBICAN HOUSE GEO. WELSH, Proprietor. BEATTLE. - - - W. T. B«.ard per day fl 00; per week, |*> 00. $€ and $7 00, according to room. MEALS 25 CENTS. BEDS 23 CENTS. No Chinese Help Employed. r r J jy2"2*dtf OKI FATAL HOTEL TEMPERANCE HOUSE, SECOND STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T. This Hotel is newly buiit, hard-finished, and elegantly furnifhed reoma in suits or single. Board and Lodging per week from $4 to $6, according to Room. This house is conducted on first-class princi ples, and every attention will be paid to patrons. Baggage conveyed to and from the House free of charge. N. LOCIS, Proprietor, so chinamen employed. OCCIDENTAL mm «» v a* SEATTLE, W. T„ BOARD A N U I. i i U O I XCi A T MOI)E UA T E KAT ES . This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And Is FIRST-CLASS In all Respects. FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., iel PROPRIETORS. NEW ENGLAND mm « r jp k m * Corner Commercial k Main Seattle, "W. T. THE NEW ENGLAND MSil and its accommodations for families are unaui pMiii. This House In NEWLY BUILT. In HARD FIN ISHED throughout, has Urge and well furnished Rooms, and tir*t class board, od tba European PI an , can be had it moderate prior*. Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON. ml-tf. Proprietor. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite tlie Occidental. Open All INTi&lxt. Bids 25 to 50 cents S|>ecial Uates Ijv the week. Andrew Pflaum. )H4U PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD 2VX. J*. OA it the llrad of Ve*ler'i Wharf, SEATTLE. Etmt variety of Oms4*ty Work executed in Marble and all other Bt' De with n» atnes* and dispatch Alao, all kinds of Masons' BuiJding Mstenal kept for the market. Alao. for the aale of the San Juan Lime. All oi'dera promptly filled, and satiafactloc guar anteed HRMSIIKD ROO.IIS With or ithout Uoard. Apply at MRS. GELLERSONS Comer of Sacor.d and Malr> n atreets. ny-("tf MISCELLANEOUS. L P. SMITH i SON, WITCH MAKERS. JEWELLERS ENGRAVERS DE ALE IIS IN American and Swiss Watches FIXE JEWELRY. SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS. GOODS SENT TO ANY PAKT OK THK SOCTTD C. O. D. •/" Watch and Clock Repairing done an usual, at moderate prices, and in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street, Seattle, W. T. apC-dtf H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN Fancy €■»<»(!««. Crockery. (ilu.*t<«uAr«>, Tobacco, CiifarM, (■roccricv Etc., Etc., ruer of Mill an 1 Commercial street* . oct'23 J A COB LEVY H Second-hand Clothing, M [*j BLANKETS, ! g g WATCHES AND JEWELILI, 2 Commercial St,, bet. Wnshingt n and M Main, Seattle. W. T. * puw OMusvano S. BAXTER & CD. Importers and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SOLE AGENTS f..r W« Waahingtoc for the California Mutual Fire Insurance Association, OFFER FOIt SALE TO TUE TRADE ONLY Tennant's Ale, pint»« and quarts. Bas*.' Ale, pints and quarts. Guinesa' Porter, pints and quarts. Hennessey Brandy, in octavws, and 1,2 and :i ■tar in cane. Martcll Brandjr, in octaves, and 1, 2 and 3 star in cast . Otard Dupuy Brandy in octave# and case. California Grape Brandy in octave*. Scotch Whisky, in caiie and bulk. Irish Whisky, in ewe and bulk. Champague—Chas. Farre, in pint* and quart* ; Landsberger's California, Imperial, and Private Cuvee, iu pints and quart*. Sherry—Finest Old Gulden. Old Garvry and California, in case and bulk. Port—lmported aud California, in case and bulk. Bourbon Whiskies Cutter, iu case and bulk; White House, Univer sal, Miller, etc., etc. Tobaco-Plug, Granulated and Long Cut. Cigars -The Largest Stock and "eat Assortment on Puget Sound. %JT We are the only lions* In Washington Ter ritory shipping Furs direct tn London, England and are paying the highest Cash Prices. je4.daw SEATTLE SOAP FACTORY Commercial Street, Seattle ENOCH & HECKSON. Prop's. Manufacturers of « Superior Article of Washing and Toilet SOAP llelow San Francisco Prices. Merchants and others will find it to their ad \ intake t-> patronize home industry. jyfi-dtf CARD 4 LAIR, Sash. Door. Moulding and Scroll Manufacturers. MILL STXIEET. Alao, FEED GROUND TO ORDER, and kep oo hand for aale. L. 8. CARD, P. J. LA IK. Seattle. Juue Ist. l'C*. 1 MISCELLANEOUS. P. W. WUSTHOFF, DKA.LKR IN GENERAL HARDWARE A\l> (TILERY * s i / I = « ; -fii tT s i ■ s= f pi ;I • I = $u J_l j * i SHOE FINn»IHTGS, Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition, Fishng Tackle, &c. Front Street, Seattle, W. T. I'. <>■ Kox W. A. JENNINGS * WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TN T GROCERIES, PROVISIONS HARDWARE, Crockery and Glassware, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES and LIQUORS, COMMERCIAL STREET, - SEATTLE. W. T HALL Sf PAULSON, M&iiiifaoturem of and Dealer* la • FURNITURE ' Our facilities are such as to defy competition. i.IVK US A CALL AM) SATISFY YOUIISELF AS TO IHIChS. ''rn:m*rci«l Htrwt, W. T. J. R. RE AN, ~ Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, Will receive and sell all kinds of Produce, and do a General ComnuMiun Business PROMPT RETURNS MAI)K. CONSIGNMKNTS SOLICITED FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. iuv24-dtf G-LORE & WUNDER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in PURNITURE! The *u <«*t u; •it MIRMM^ V In Washington Territory. CABBIA^ES, Alao, Kincy Cabinet in a Kir»t Clan* Fur- Ware, Parlor Bracket*. ■g . >y. ~ ~~Z" fintff iif uiture Store. wlilcb we Wall Pockets, IfW 'lrrT ' l Tt ' r ** Drl ' eH tti * t 81ielT(*, ftf., tc., li* ■ * —«HB2f- <or '- ~ 4 •*» Compel itltoti Commercial Street. South of New England Hotel. CITT DRUG STORE, Harris & Attridge, Wholesale an<l Retail Dealers in DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PATENT 101110. fllilj&i* - City «loi?e. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERKITORY. IT Or iters by Mail or Express pronij Ay att» nle! to. jeNUfcwtl NO. 7S.