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VOL. I. PROFESSIONAL CAHDB. « f. »cv»tw>« ■' L. »UkmniA*t>. BENNItON A IUMHARI, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND Proctor* In Admiralty. ITOAc* si f*/r* To*b»u4, Tubln(tna *«rl - ais ~DP. JENKINS, SEATTLE. W. T., i TTORNKY A T-LA W, SOLICITOR IN CttASCKUY, AND PROCTOR IN ADMIRALTY. nihil James McXsrawr. O M. H«i ill. ■eNAI'OHT tHALLE K, Attnqi & CbbbHub al hi, fOET TOWraOTO, W. *. W. R. ANDREWS, 4TIOBHBY-AT-LAW, Will pnrti-9 In siJ th« Courts of Borord tn tbs gTerrttory. orri' S n* scruw's inunao, orrosrrx occt- MOT IAS.. UiATTLM. V. T. C M.BRADSHAW, •f 11 ornty• mi •Am tr, FORT TOWN HEN D, W. T. J«au J. MtOam. Taos. Bcaaa HciILYRA 4 BURKE, ATTOBNEYB-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. 7., ain»tt#o4 to busIDMM In all parts of the TOT titutj. o. it MrTuimha. i C. I. lLuiroao. t/lrtrlrt Attorney J M District. W. T.) M'CONAHA I HANFORD. ittrnmeytLiai - Lmw. Solicitor* in I hmneerv m*d Prottort fas MmUrtUtw. OFFICE —Commercial Btret*t, corner Washington, Seattle, W. T. JAMKS Miliwar Mu Uui McNAUUHT k LEAHY, 4 TTOHNKYS -AT- LAW, SOLICI TOUS IN CHANCERY, d PROC TORS IN ADMIRALTY. Will >raaHs* Is ,UM District utd Sajirem# Mr. Lmfy will gtv* sncctnl itlntioa to Cut- ItrttuM, o>uv«7«aclug. ha., also to tt>« iwrbiN and Ml* "f B**l Batot*. jmtr ttta, is»x Jyi» HKNRY E. HATHAWAY, COLLECTOR, I>AKTICI;LAM ATTEBTIOH GIVEN TO OOL- IrdliM of 4*be. Tun pnld fur Son -l» Mwt* (r+t of Chtrt*. » US«« with W. M. TOXE. A(tonw;-«t-U*, H*.ltir. W. T. inju-tf. DRS. I. IH. BA6LET, iiemaopmthißt*, SEATTLE, W. T. |\H H B BA (I I.ET. LATE FBOFEMMOB OF I f frtnclplM and Friction of Snrgnnr la th« Mlrblgsn rnutral Mndlt-nl will aiU Uymtlt* Surgery sad Svrgl«al Dliimm i spoctnl t». snd will sltoud t» calls In nny part of tbn Suand. dis | OR. Q. A. WEED, HUROEON AND PHYSICIAN, BKATTLK, W. T. ~»B. JOHN BAKER, rarucur * avHuisojr. RESIDENCE —Coraor TtOrd sod Spring street*, •rrit x—OowMsaettfc Brauv. ©rrosrrs raa Baas Eaeaaaaa IIR.C.V.CALIIOIIN. OeAtUo f W. T. OSfcn Me. 1. Ptsesfcß Building, opposite Oect tsirtsl HotoL DENTIBTBY. J C. OXASSE. DENTtWT. OF am in Stooa a »««»«'• >«•» Build- VlTmy in| cs Ooaanrltl Mnrt. All wort |v*rauto*d. n1 J. S. MAGGS, OFFICE. MULL 11 TTEKKT, •TOT Snd it IS sad Bsranss Sawn. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. "S. BOARD AND TUITION Two Young Ladles winking Instruction tn Freuk.Geriai.&liiMMes Apply te MBS. OCTTENBEBO EASTWICK. MORRIS I CO. Civil and Mining XXNQINSISIHS. [Soom So •. Burnetii Building, i ( MMMtrvUI * WMklMgtM MI»U IMb. T*rrttory. M»4 oflMt utMnl taut* wxl •Ism. iv> tuiuJiwd, mU reported uj»u Flan* io4 for miaiof toywtmmtt Nni«M MtMtU* r'*® to Und varr*?*. tod to Ik* tantK* of city K-u tod fcWto. M»i» Mid dn«- iwnfcwlolly *nmM iW U !•?». A. MACKINTOSH Ury Piblir ud ('OBTfjufer, R*al ESTATE and TAX AGFAT ktmnci of Tut# to Lumlb • U**a*Wty. Will Mtoed to ib» }»urvh*M mm! i»fc u( u*J» iar*W(».« ro|M %«cud M w U Kml K»W* u>d htr«a|« Ktlk-iud tad Hi 2£rwu--,^«.^ FKBSIDKNT WASHINGTON'S LKVXK. At 3 o'clock the visitor was in trodaoed to the dining room, from which all seats had bwen removed frir the time On altering be aaw the tali, manly figure of Washington, de l in blask sfctfc velvet, Lis hair iu full dre**, powcWad and jp»ih».Tcd behind in a large ailk bag; yellow gloves on liis baud*, holding n cocked hat with a black cockade in it, and the edges adorned with a bUck feather about an inch deep, lie wore kn»-e and shoe hackle*. and a long sword. lie always ■to<>d in front of the fire-place, with his faoa toward tha d<or of the entrsnoe The visitor was oosidooted to him and bu name distinctly announced. He re ceived the visitor with a dignified bow, ta a manner avoiding to shake hand*, aven with best friend*. As visitors came, they formed a circle round the room, and, at a quarter past three the door closed, and the circle was formed for that day. He then began on the right, and spoke to each visitor, calling him by name and exchanging a f«jw words. When be had completed hi* circuit he resumed hi* first position, and the visitor*, approaching him iu succes sion, bowed and retired. By 4 o'clock this ceremony was over. These facts have been learned iu general from the reminiscencea of Gen. Sullivan. OBSCUBJ3 MEN HAPPIEST. No woman will love a man the better for being renowned or prominent. Though he be the tirst among iuon, she will be prouder, not fonder; as is often the oaae, she will not even be proud. But give her lore, appreciation, kind ness, and there is no sacrifice she would not make for his comfort and conUnt. The man who loves her well is her hero and her king. No less a hero to her, though b« is not to any other; no less a kiug, though his only kingdom is her heart and home. It is a man's own fault if he is unhappy with his wife, iu nine cases of ten. It is a very exceptional woman who will not be all she can be to au attentive husband, and a very exceptional one who will not be very disagreeable if she finds herself wilfully neglected. It would be easy to hate a man who, hav ing bouud a woman to him, made uo effort to make her happy, bard not to love one who i« constant and tender, and when a woman loves she always strives to please. The great men of this world have always been wretched iu their domestic relations, while mean and oodPhion men have been exceeding ly happv. The reason is very plain. Absorbed in themselves, those who desire the world'C applause were care less of the little world at home, while those who bad none of this egotism strove to keep the hearts that were their own ami happy in their tender ness.— Alubmna Uaplmt. Gold and Silver. The United States now furnishes one half the silver and one-(»urth the gold produoed in the world. Ot late years, the pr oduction of silver b»s been gain ing on that <»f gold and in consequence that metal (silver) is of a depreciated value, not more so, however, than it iias been in times past. Tbe table follow ing will show its value as oompared with gold during different portions of tbe past four thousand yearn: In tbe days of tbs patriarch Abraham gold was to silver as 8 to 1 B. C. 1000 12 to 1 •• 500 18 to 1 A. D. 1 9 to I 500 18 to 1 1100 8 to I 1500 ••••,.11 to 1 1561 12 to 1 1600 11 to 1 1613 13 to 1 1700 15$ to 1 1816 14 to 1 1847 15| to 1 1374 ••••..16 to 1 Tit* PROHIBITION CWUIDATR. —Of the Hon Grt'eu Clay Smith. whom the Prohibitionist* have nominated for President, the Louisville i'vurUr-Jonr nal say*: "Mr Smith was born in Kith mond, Kentucky. July 2. lf*Bo. graduat til in Transylvania l"nivei>ity in 1849, and in the Law Department of that in stitution in 1852; nerval iu the Mexican war, c*minunded the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry during the civil war. ami was apjtointcd Rnifadier-lteneral in 1862, and subsequently appointed M «jor- General. lie was elected a Representa tive from Kentucky to the Thirty eighth Congress in 18&1, was a delicate to the Baltimore Convention of 1864 wm re elected to the Thirty-ninth Congress, and wan appointed tiovernor of Mon tana by President Johnsou in 1866; he subsequently entered the Baptist ministry, and is at Frankfort in this State." DKXVKR CITY, Cot-oaaDO.—This i« a city of •• tnagui&oent dis tances " The streets have the same l»u»y, bustling appearance as those of the Kastern metropolis, and were it n«* for the fact that railroad guides set it down as 972 miles distant from St. Louis, it would be very hard to believe that we were so far from the rising sun and its benign influences. The ladies and gentlemen are just as ele gantly and fashionably dr eased as in New York or St. Louis, snd the shop windows just as profuse in the latest Parisian or Continental novelties. This l is truly a city of wonderfully rapid growth, and the miners who worked on Cherry Creek, or Spanish Bar. simteen y cars ago. seem to have forgotten the log and canvas town, then knowu as Auraria, and situated on the west bank of the creek that now flows through the City of Denver. —/Ameer Kj. A* AvroststiED CaSiitK* —One of the Boston banks has just selected a cashier. He announced his intentioa of running the institution on I sound hneie He proposed especially In look SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1876. after paper preseeted for discount. A j well- kn »wn cuitoaxr brought in a note. The aaihier examined it vigilantly and, in a quiet patronizing way, said ; M Can't you give us another name on thi* note r" •• Yes. if you think it nec easary." 44 Weil, 1 think it would be better** The gentleman went oat and w». gone about an hoar and brought in a list name* full two Tarda long? which were patted tn the n<<e. 1 here were ( ten mil liana on the paper which ha: handed to the astonished cashier. In i the uiisn time the official and laarned t *on»eihtng about hi* customer. Ha 1 hla»hed, tore off the names and paam4 ] the paper to the credit of the custoaMr. ( Impkoved Htekl Kails.—Tha ordi nary steel rail is thirty feet ia length, bat the Bessemer Works, at Braddoek's Fields, Penn., are running the in out ••sty feet long. They are the first steal rails of this length aver cast in aay part of tha world. They are said to cost no more by weight than those of the ordinary length, and there will be a saving in the cost of layiog them as well as in the reduced wear and tear of rolling stock, since a large part of this is caused by the shock which each wheel receives in passing from one rail to auother, and on a track laid with sixty foot rails there will be only half as many jolts as on one with rails of thirty feet in length.— Rxchang*. WEBSTER'S MARSHTIELD ESTATE. —Tha Cares well estate, formerly the property of Daniel Webster, and the residence of Col. Fletcher Webster, consisted of a large snd commodious mansion house, stables, carriage house, bowling ally, Ice house, heoery, and other out buildings appurtenant to a fi rut-class establishment; 120 acres of land, including 30 of large forest trees; artificial ponds, and orchards of the choioest fruit tree*, yielding annually several hundred barrels of apples, peaches, pear*, etc, was sold by auction recently to Bradford Blanchard, for $5,520 cash. The prioe is just $46 per acre.— Protidenee Journal. STARTLING. — The figures showing the comparative cost of running the Treasury department of the United States and tbe British Empire should startle every man in the country. The cost of our Treasury management it stated at $3,263,01*2. Mid how much more nobody knows, while England's expenses iu conducting her finances are only $761,190. Here it a difference for our Radical brethren to explain to tbe people. Why should we expand two millions t»nd a half asove than England in salaries, stc., for really lees service in this department 't We should be gratified to hear aa explanation of this singular and susplokws fact. > WHEKB OBEAT BRITAIN GETS Hxx WHEAT. -Iu I*6o, 2.879,235 cwt. of Russian wheat and flour, were imported into Great Britain, against 6,698,976 cwt, in 1847, a decrease of nearly fifty per cent, in five years. In the mean time the United States have increased their experts of grain and flour to the tutuie countries from 15,350,257 cwt. to 27.306,053 cwt. iu 1874. These figures h>ive alnrnied Russia, who is now look ing for some way to remedy her trouble. AVERILL PAINT The best mxvib PAINTS IN USE in all * Oolors eft) Bliados Tbia MM ta prepared ta liquid farm, ready for UN —requiring no further *>lollloo of oil or spir its. It to of Pur* Willi*, and oi *O7 shade or col or. It ia composed of the Deal materlalaknova to the tndf—Pure LlaatrS Oil, Mtrirtly Pars While UaS, Psn Siae,>oa the pareet col oritur matter procurable for tlaitafc wasca oy our pec-unarproc«asof sksnafartura.aresotnoroafhly uolM that tb«*y rauuot aaparst*. Haftre, it Will nrvrr chalk, crack or peel off. doaa not run froaa or aaii hotaa . and for brilliancy of color, 1 an<l beauty of iMak, It la vltbasl a rival. Put up u> It. >5.1.t.1,! and I paUea Pack* atfae, and la barrala. For sale in Quantities to suit W. A. JENNINGS SEATTLE. Agent for Puget Sound. SEATTLE COAL -*m>- TRANSPORTATION CO Prlarlpal plaee sf Baalasss, SMS rraarlars. CsL Lstailsa a# Works, Etag Osaaly, Wsahlaftea Terrliarj. Tbia CUupaay is aow prepared la farnlah Superior Quality of Coal IH QUANTITIES TO MIT! COAI-I, For Sale, at Low Prioea! apply a> the OAee ef TSS CSATTLS 004 L | k fisWoiTATiojf cowAjrr. ' leattla. HwMsaber Ttfc. ITS. MISCELLANEOUS. PUGET SOUNDSTONEYARD r-fr* mm% nmmm # jgjfc / % r II tie F#K«f B(wai Strut, IBimi Trrrj variety of Ometery Work necTrttd la Marble and all other Stone, with Baatnaaa and dbmatch. Alao. all kinds of Maaona* Building Material kept for the market. Ala*, agent for the aale of the San Juan Lima. All ordera promptly fill ad, and eatiafactivn guar* ■ntaad Seattle. October 16.1«73. m K JE2 I j& JH TP AND Commission Business Messrs. McCal lister & McCarty OWNERS OP Barge Champion HATE KREITF.D A WAREHOUSE OHTONB • A Burnett* aWharf. la thia City, afceia thay will Wholeaale and Be tall All Kinds of Produce ! Floor 004 Feed, Hay ul Grata, Vegetable! Fruit, Obickcna, eta. Terms St rift tv Cash* Importera ol GAS ¥ w FIXTURES, ■TEAM AND OAS Vital..it*. BRASS GOODS, &C. i P. ANDREWS I CO. Jl STOVES, TIN WA HE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE e JOB WORK. All work pertaining to the .business don* nt short notice, and in a Workman-Ilk* Manner. co—mrtHi reman, wiiu vmam mm* SEATTLE, W. T. ml 3-3 m mm A TP m far Sale or EUre r Apply * Babiasaa's Ship lard. Parties can bo snppUtd with row or sail toa* I " c *ar». MISCELLANEOUS MOORE & CO dealers in Fresh and Salted MEATS and a general assortment of *" an Also, the best brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Corner of Third & Unioj Streets, Seattle. WORK OXEN Good and well-broke Oxen At Smith's Cove, three miles below Seattle. SEAT T L E BROOM FACTORY ISAAC CHLBIBC Pnjritfs GBKBBT STREET, near Second, KATTLE. Brooms kept constantly 011 band to meet the reooirements of tbe trade, end brooms msde to order to salt purchaser*. Tbree descriptions of brooms sre msde, which •re equsl to the beet of the kinds imported, and which will be sold bp wholesale at Ban Francisco prices, nod by retell at Seattle prices. Also, WISPS AND CHILDREN'S BROOMS. Brooms delivered to any part of the city with, oat additional charge. V Ask your grocer for the Seattle Broom. Sssttls, April 15, me. Ye Strangers and all who feel weak and want to be restored ! Know Ye! That you can have your spir its resuscitated, and the inner man satisfied, by calling at the HUT am IHIBUIITIIi WHERE SteaU H, Oliops, And all thedellicaclcs of the sesson are served In tbe best New York style. O . ■ ■ cf jr»«»s» vn. by the Glass, and supplied to Parties and sent in quantities to any place where there is steam communication. Fresh Made Candies, And an Assortment of FINB OAKBB Constantly on hand. Wedding Cakes made to or den on the shortest notice. Ball Sappers and Parties supplied. Max 13th. 187 C. G. W. BULLENE, Practical and theoretical IUKI ail IACHWIST Front Btreet, Seattle, W. T. Is j»rej»ared to do alf kinds of Stcaml3oat, Mill and Ziosslns °wJS'i L m ms Iroa, Braa, Steel or other Metah. All kinds of Blacksmith work done to order. gft^niottjte LIVERY STABLE Cor. of Kill A Second Streets lOppc«St# OrridceUl Hotel.} HEATTUE. W. T. W. H. BOW, Proprietor. nORSKK HUGO IKS, CARRIAGES, WAGOySar*! SADDLE HOUSES Kept for hire Hor*r« bc««;bt Mid sold. Hay •ad uma. of » <iwUi«y, alwar* "• h*od. IT StoCM fr tr.hi* StebU cewct twice a i wttfe Um Uk* Viikla|tna »teaaM*«fvr tb» i tnttk CV«J Viae MISCELLANEOUS Crawford & Harrington IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, W. T., Have on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery, Imaad Steel, Mwrted. RlMkmith and Carpenter Vmli, .. Agricultural and Mining Crockery and dlawware, Paints A Win Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Oroceriesand Provisions. Wines, Liquors. Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC. ■■ • .'<»»■ tar TALBOT COAL, FOB CITY TBADfi. PGR tiALB FROM WHARF •CRAWFORD & HARRIGTON. BBATTLB, W. T., July Ist, 1873. STETSON & POST. SEATTLE PLANING MILLS, J G. W. STETSON, Manager. ® SASH,DOORS BLINDS, FRAMES, SHUTTERS, AND WOOD FINISH ? of overy description. SEASONEI LViMEIi OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY -feg FEED GROUND 1 At our GRIST MILL, at Reasonable Rates. Best tie, W. T.. Feb. 19. W7«. Was th <o> Id, building' HARFWXITET* Ship, House Carpenters, Machinists, Blacksmiths, and other MECHANICS' TOOLS A SPECIALTY a w. HOVEY. W. W. BARKER. HOVEY &BARKER, DEALERS TN * ! General Merchandise, CORN KB- OH COMMERCIAL AND MILL STKKKTS. SEATTLE, "W. T. All Goods at tills Ztatabllslimont are of first rate duality, ' AND WILL BE SOLD AS LOW AS AT ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CIT\. ! Goods delivered to any part of the City free of charge. aplO-tf PIftOUUK ft B&m 9 Dealers in I CUMKEHnTNTOI AHTD I Gents' Furnishing Goods J. F.MORRILL, Druggist & Apothecary, 19hotenale a md /letmil. | JCK Commercial -Street, Seattle, W.T y X>H.TTO- iTORE NO. 41.