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VOL. 11. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iuu) McSiwti. Jon IAAKT McNAUGHT & LEARY, A TTORNKYS -AT- LAW, SO IJ CI TORS IN CHANCERY, & PROC TORS IN ADMIRALTY. Will jracUra to the District and Buprea.a • jmfta. Mr. l+vj will (IT* (peel*! attention to C"l --lartkM. Ouavayaoctag. he., alao to the porekaaa ud Ml* of H**' Eatate. Jul J Uth. I*l2. Jy 15 C M. BRADSHAW, Attorney-a t-Lair, PORT TOWN SEND. W. T. W. B. Wini. L. B. Ktii. WHITE & NASH. WaJL.'W *T KJWM, Sfittlf, Washington Teify. BUILDING. H. £. HATHAWAY, AT IORNE Y-AT - LAW Will ttUd to boainaaa in all parte of tha Ter ritory Particular attention risen to Probate matters. Collection of Dabtaand Fayntont of Taxes. SEATTLE. W. T. D P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., A TTOIINEY-A T-LA tt r , SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, AND PROCTOR IN ADMIRALTY. mb2l — C. H. HAM FORD, ATTORREI-AT-LAW, SEATTLE, W. T. •rrirr.—Krananthal Building. Commercial St. j i 0. B. LAMIA an, I. * BALL. W. K, imm. LAUABEE, HAU&ANDREWS coins£utasfiArrßßiEYs-&m« KKATTLK, W. T. nR.U.V.IUJIOIN, SoAttlo, w . T. Ml*. 1. Dispatch Build lug. OHKJSIU Occi dental Botel. N. W. LANE, M. D, (Lira or TMK V. a. AMY.! I'UYSICIAN ASD SLRUEON, j HKATTLE. W. T. %tr Ofllc cr« Morrill'* Drug Store I DRS. I. ft H. B. BAGLEY. Uom<xopmlhiHi*i SEATTLE, W. T. OH H B BAOIJtY. I.tTE PttOFttWOR OF Friuclplea and PracUca «f Surgery in th* Mirlilgaa Antral Medical College. will make U|i*ratir« Hiircrj and Surgical I'lmw eajxvlal- I y, and will attend te sella Id any part of the Hound. DR. G. A. WEED, MI'HURON AND PHYSICIAN, BKATTLK. W T. DENTISTRY. H J C OHAIM*. PK*TIST. OF i ■O9l 6c* la X Miirn«U'a N«« Bull J ! Sac 0B o»iatu«r»'l%l itrt.!, All work ! .MTUtKI. 4ga> J. S. MAGGS, Dontiet, OFFICE, MILL STKKKT. 0f« A* Ui;» »cid H»n.r« Htor*. IABT OF OC CIUKKT4L UOTUL. M- A. MACKINTOSH, NuUry Public and ComfjMwr, tt**l EiiUtf *ud Tax Agent. 11M » Abctrart of Till* *•' all l.aada I* llß< (Vwntjr. Will itimiil k> ill# punrltw •* •at* «f lU'U u;«kn« uti F«|*l •r* i*| MUatlua ptkl io Irutlrr of B*«l W*'* •"** Pattutai at Tun aetleltaU mJ •l* fa. u* gwiwrtMi. Oflkwom Mill airaa*. mm rtj ojpoalU tk« "Of «i;mu; ■•M." i EftSTWICK. MORRIS & CO. j Civil anil Mining EVaiNBBIIS, lU*>«» No. t Cjrutl'l BulUm* <M ( oMm.rrlal * WmIO»|I«n Mil!.. Wa%h X»rriu>rj. iV»lm4oU<« a»iaT»l !*:.J» afc4 t*iu<>a »ar »»T»J. .vait :i,«J an-J u r* v a P'.au* anJ ' ■Mt'n.'ra f.ir almai liupw *»ax-oU farMliM I it giv»u to la»-l aur»*y« aoJ w> ta» a <•> t city !««» auJ M'VU, HH" u,! •*"* j l«<» o.» a*a«i»»4 *>* »'• 1 rr * j ALEX. IINEB, OenleVal Jobbing AX ' WHITEWASHING. X V *T I VLLL'iISSIS IAIUI SUP. &M»4« Inclined to be Quarrelsome. We heard that prince of story-teller* Torn Calb-way. jc*t off the following, amidst hunts of laughter, the other uight. Squaring himself and stretch ing out his b-g«, he began There was once a little, siim-bailt ■ fellow, rich as a Jew. and independent astb»? devil. ridm* a Ion;* a highway. in i the State of Georgia, when Ue over?"" k * iaau driviug a >lrov« of hugs by the help of a big, ra'A-lK)nel. »ix-f«et-two specimen of humanity Stopping the j last i.ained individual, he accosted bim: j '*l say, are these your hogsT* "No. air. I'm to worn by the month." "What pay might you be gettiag. friendl'" j ••Ten dollar* a toontb. and whisky thrown in," was tbe reply, i "Well, luok here, I'm a weak, little, inoffensive man, and people are apt to impose npon me, d'you sea! Now, I'll i gi*e you twenty-tive dollars a month to ride along with me," said Mr. Gardner. | "But," he added, as a thought struck him, "bow might you be on the fightr" "Never been licked in my life, re ; joined tbe six-fuoter. "Just the roan I want. It's a bar- ' ; &ain'r" queried Gardner i Sixfooter ruminated. Twenty-6 ve j dollars—doublo wages -nothing to do | but ride around and smash a fellow's j mug occasionally, when he's sassy. Six j footer accepted. They rode along till just at night they reached a village. Dismounting at j the door, they went in Gardner im mediately singled out tbe biggest man in the room aud picked a fuss with bim. After considerable promiscuous jawing. Gardner turned to his fighting friend and intimated that the licking of that r man bad become a aad nec* .sity. Six footer peeled, wcut in, and came out first best. The next night, at another hotel, thu same scene was re-euacted; Gardner : getting into a row with tlio biggest man I in tbe place, aud six-footer doing the j At last, on the third day, they came ! < to a terry, kept by a huge, double-fisted j I inau who bad never been licked in his life. Whilst crossing the river, Gardner, as : usual, begun to find fault and "blow.'' j Tbe ferryman naturally got mad, threw things around kind of lease, and told thom his opinion of their kind Gard- , | ner then turned to his triend "from the r j shoulder," aud gently broke the iutel- j | ligence to him, "that be was sorry, but i that it was absolutely necessary to | thresh that ferryman." Six-fooier uod- \ ; ded his baad, but said nothing. It was plainly to be seen, that he did uot rel- I tab the job, by the way be shrugged his shoulders, but there was no help for it. So when tliey reached the shore. l>oth stripped and nt it they went l*p and ; down the bank, over the sand, into the j water they fought, scratched, gouged, : bit and rolb-d, till at th« end of an hour the ferryman caved. Six-fnoter I was triumphant, but it had been tough ' work Going up to his employer, he scratched his head for a moment, and then bruke forth "I/<K>k here, Mr. Gardner, your salary s **ts mighty well, but—l'm -of—the— : opinion that you are inclined to lie j quarrelsome. Here I've only l«en with ! y»»u three days, and I've licked the tlirn- I iu the country! I think the firm had lietterdissolve, for you see. "Mr Gardner. I'ui afraid you're inclined t<» he quarrelsome, and I reckon I'll i draw'" Thut Wonderful Shirt Collar. ••Did vou ever hear the trick Frant j Spiuola'a wonderful >l»irt collar served him during the war v " inquired one of the N«'w York Aaseiuldy uieti of a t\ 1- low iiM-uilfr Iroiii up country ye«terdav : morning The party addressed said tie | had never he*rd the trick, so the other ! Meet on "Well, you see, at the Wguniing of the war Frank, who was full of grit, determined to enli*t ill tb<- ratik*. Ilr *tid that those who wanted to In eer« vou Id Jo v> a* for liitn he proposed to tight it out among the private*. Ac cordingly he applied to a recruiting of ficer, Mh<> told hiui if he could pa*> the requisite medical examination he Would tn- ill lighted to have hnu in lua couipmy frank, conactou* of hi« magnificent physique, laughed heartily, and lo*t no time in getting into the doctor'* pre»enct» and telling hiiu what lie wanted. The doctor tfave one l«*"k at hi» wonderful thirt collar, and theo i «aid ill divided tore •• '1 am truly »<>rry, Mr. Npinola. but I 1 really cannot give you a certificate '••Can t give me a certificate!" e\- claiuied the auiated Frank Why. in j adjective and adject i venal ion can't you* 1 m a« aoutid a» a dollar I'll atrip - an 1 let you givr me a critnal eiauiina I tlOH.' " •• It'a no u»e of talking.' »aid the f ! do*t.>r, and you ueedn't trouble your | »rlf to remove your coat 1 kn -w what I'ui alatit. You can't get * cer tifiewt. , and tiat - the «ud « ! it , Frank, now thoroughly aroused, "aliv 1 won't you give me a lertiSi : ' *1 have no «. t .oa to telling y« u," j »ai I the d«<cti)r If you rnli-t lan ; *t;re you will ai\»ay« i«e f uir I t.ir -m<»-t } in the tight; wan: £ that wot. lerful ' »:,irt ei'llar. ywi would continually give ' ' rur to grave enl*,'!a*«u.' r<t» a:.»i uii*- 1 un«ler«tandii g. i>r the enemy w-, uld . Im> « ire tn take f r a tlag of truce j i A "I'lM ' He II Ai> NT Ttt(M 'SH r < »r. I lt wa friendly di»«!i«as-n t>n «n | incoming tram fr.uu the >.'-utb • I am in fat «r of >»ttlt: g thi« thing iat the j» int «'f the lay one t ' «hont«"d th« w ,li ' l>. 'tr-» rat ; * W*l, ft let. I tin' w n the r«st;"v ••! the t\ rebel, "fur Ik. »« what jh t» |of the bayonet<■ -1 >h» * 'hey i* t d |«»«ki S ■ Oaeaa that *v. vuJ the I>»"inu» rat, eix>itag down, and growing thwugbtful, t•! had a X calculated on that." SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. TUESDAY. MARCH 6. 1577. Innocent Twain. When Mark Twain liTod in Virginia City he roomed with Dan De Qui He. All the miseries which Quille ever en dured, and all the bad character be ever <fot, date from that time. They lived in several different l Igmg bou* s and were turned out of them all, o:.c after another, on amount of Dan. who *.» on atquirtd a bad reputation second to none in Virginia City No respecta ble family would hstber Dan, who ever knew anything about hiui, and the very mention of his uauie would cause a land lady to bold up her hands in virtuous horror One morning Mark woke up and heard the landlady's cat meaiug about the door, which was left open. Dan was fast asleep, nod Mark, grasp ing one of his boots threw it with a fa : tal precision at the intruder. The cat limped off with a broken leg, (tb« boot weighed five pounds t, aud the woman secured the missile and waited for its owner to appear. Mark got up, dressed and went out with boots on. The land lady greeted him with a pleasant smile, aud when Dan got up aud wa< walking about in bis stocking feet looking for his left hoot, bo received a scathing dressing down from the landlady, who without allowing bim tocxplaiu ordered him to leave tbe house. Mark ooeAoled with him in his trouble, aud said, "I'll stick to ye, Dan." Tbe next house they moved into had a pantry close to the room cousigned to them. Every night Mark would steal two or three mince pies and eat them entire without giving Dan a sight of them. In the morning the landlady would be brush ing about the door, Dan weald be asleep 1 and Mark would open out io a loud voice as fellows: ' Dan, this business won't do. These pics don't belong to you. In tbe first place it's petty larceny, and then in the next place it gets crumbs in the bed. We 11 get notice to quit pretty soee. Tain't tbe square thing ou tbe landlady. I den't wonder you have nothing to say. Now this is the last time I pro ip*e to speak about this." The land- I lady who took in every word, would give poor I)an a netice to (}ait aad nev er hear a word of explanatioa. "When you go, 1 go. Dan," Mark would say, and his brotherly fidelity would toueh Dun to the very core. The next place was an intensely resiiectable private family. When Mark expected to be j out all night be would slip up to the room and strew a few hair-pins around ' promiscuously, and scatter a few down i iu the foot of the bed where they would be fouud when tbe landlady was mak ing it up. It would be all laid to Dan of course. I've got a family here and I want to bring my daughters up re i spectable, would lie the landlady s re mark, as she ordered Dan to pack up. 1 "When they fire you out, Dan.it means me too." Mark would say in tones ot btotherly affection that melted Dan's inner nature and cuuseil him to thiuk there were some true men in the world after alt, and he used to trrnark, in speaking of Twain a man who never shakes a i'rieiid in adversity is tbe noblest work of God.—^ Virginia, Nev. ( hrvnifie. THE L\sr TIME —There is, «»ys Hishi p Foster, a touch > f pathos about doing even tile simplest tiling "for tbe I ist tune." It is not alone kissing the dead tint gives you this strange pain You feel it when you have looked your l**t time upon some fa r iuiiiar lie you • have lov#d—when you stand in some quiet city street where you will, perhaps, never stand agai.i. The actor playing his part tor the last time; the singer whose voice is cracked hope lessly, aud who, after this once will never stand l*efore the sea of upturned Cites disputing the plaudits with fresh er v<.ices and fairer forms; the minister who hat preached hi# last sermon these all know tbe hidden bitterness of j the two words "Lever again." We put away our boyish toys with au « Id head ache. Wc were too old to walk any longer on our stilts—too old to ulay marbles on the sidew*lk. Yet there was a pang wbeu wc thought we bad played with our merry things for the last time, and life's serious, grown up work was waiting for us. Now wc do not want tho lost toys hack Lite has larger and other playthings for u>. May it not lie that these too shall seem, in the light of some tar off day, as tbe Imyish gam«» seems to our manhood, i aud wa shall learn (Hat death is but 1 the opening of tbe gats into tbe laud ■ f pr MMM ' MISCELLANEOUS PUGETSOUNDSTONEURO ll la? Fc »| of Sftdtd Mreti. SKATTIE ' )>nf urif't >»f r»tiwt»ry *ri HhsW In MtrM> n.U * ! <*6#r *•«« «tlk brttinma »n<l di»; *t*-h A1a0.%11 *iq U ;f M w um Building MiUrti l»] t (.'I Ik* 3kL'k>< AS*»>. Ail «i«n fr aj'tt n: : »*tl»f»>t!. n <p»A* HMll. (W W* I*. il>"s DISSOLUTION. ry» rjUHWimi hkk» T -ri iiJ mw I it-*. ViL tiU MtN i«l < LAKI b t&» VttJ'i Fur. ;• ikn Ut <Sj*- • » ,««4 t» a»eY'*»! -carat V*J «tl2 fi-tl'BW >ii* at tb» ill I il»1. r»- »!t :c.g »;>. li.« M)< i» ttw »*• ftna atkl }*risit * , jut-** k«r%us*t it ViL ' 1-VK4 *UHO f»l * i«T. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED! . i \ JOB BY A COMPETENT MACHiNL. HAIL Ar- aJ. Saw-aii V. and Mining blai KsMITH JOSEPH ROWLER Seatt>. Feb IST7. f«23-aiw ATTENTION! i . Jtu on* n*«d slrep ccilJ if it ware teaarally ka«>wa * that ; T. P. FREEMAN, 1 OF TBE | SEITTLE VARIETY STORE I daa recently rereirej and has for aala at aatoa -1 lahiaely low pnoea. a large lot of » j , Second-hand Mattresses, Maul ; eta, Pillows & Bedsteads. , Also a large let of new tfv-xla of the aamekinJ. ' Ba wishes alao to call attanUoa to hia large stock i of ' House furnishing Hardware, Crockery. ' Glassware, Stoves, Furniture, Lamp?. Coal Oil, Ac. Both Second-hand ao.l New. All for aala at rnia> oualy low prioaa. Call and see hia aUiak. nlutf FOR SALE. i One House i AND ONE LOT 60X120 FEET, LOCATED OK Second Street, between Seneca and University. Apply to R. J. MOORE. Seattle. February *1 .1177. ?eO-<ltf « SHERMAN&HYDE Corner Kearney JL Sutter Streets. San Franolsoo DEALERS IN I zurwmM*? AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. THE UNEQUALLED j ■pH ']■■f/ KL ■V) IHEEEB^ Three Superb Inctrnmenta bare ii himl a . anrceaa bq paralleled uatbebiatcry of tiaaa-ferla Manufacture. t Thry are remarkable far Great Votaa&e, tattt and tiweetaeaa of Toae, tad DwafaUlty. CENTENNIAL AWARD! I Grand Triumph for the j Weber Pianos. j | Weber receltreil th« hlgbret award for ■yinpa. theu<. pure, tad neb u>ur, r»ti.hit>«U with great ' eet ptiver. aolhilty of conatnartioa, en 1 excel ' lean of «i>rkma&abtp, aa »ho»n lu < trend Squar aad rprltfht l'iac«. I Sherman & Hyde Square Grand Pianos in Ele gant Cases, $450. Reliable Cheaii_ flaws, $350. The Celebrated Standard Organ tie Mali! anl p!i>i>.biiu( AaarJ at tlx Owkaßlai A' iu.tr-irs.rtit* Vametfil a» 1 <l* -a e**y j leelalweu W.G. JAMIESON, Agent F«»r Washington Terry. m REWARD! f *THAfEI> F*OM THE PRCMIsEA at the frur »<*- *« esn :e- Oa» a r»J r■» ibo«t f <ar %f*r» * otter tw are r-*J as I * bite, at,; taree year <*, i* Tfee • r»«l («* ei<4 «• ftU t>'» s»<e» ts*'t!> • 4 tU left mt rat off tbe clin tae tt' rtfit »»r T «wJ I hereby .*-r t& h»W4fcl> f r Seagate is?.* aiati- b e*«-ot tt<o>. «U<rT»f Lae dn*ea £ .cj t it k> »J ttcTX. WTI «N*AM. At Mi.er'a aaioc* ' Sfattlt. W. T Feb.M. I«7T. (I&IMUf MISCELLANEOUS Seattle Soap Factory. II ILIUM E\ol'll, Proprietor. ( Corner Main and Second Streets. - —— The very b*»t quality of Family Soap matin ' factured and for sale at San Franciaco factory pricea. Soap of all kinds tuada to order. SPECIAL. ' Loggers and mill men should not fail to es anuoe our Xew Skid Ureas* . it is better than oil and much cheaper. Only » Cents a Gallon. aod mervhanta will Sod it to their advantaea to (IT* ua a call. E. B. MOORE, dealer iu Fresh and Salted |M EATS mud a general assortment of Also, the best brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. | Corner of Third & Union Streets, Seattle. I SEATTLE BAKERY AND PROVISION STORE ■III litre*!, Nealtle, W. T. L. RElXIti, Prop'r, XANUFACIU&KS Bread, Cakes arut Pastry OF ALL KINDS ! Deals in GRAIN, FLOUR. GROCE RIES and PROVISIONS. of the best quality. Receive* OREGON PRODUCE by every steamer. Keeps FRUITS, PASTRIES. CANDIES ami CONFEC TIONERIES, prepared in the neat est style. Also. TOBACCO and CIGARS. «r Prices moderate. Articles deliv ered at private house* iu Seattle. %* Orders tilled to all }>arts of the w ound. a 20 M. O-LORE, Importer off niatl Itmlrr laa FURNITURE AM' UPHOLSTERY GOODS, COMMERCIAL STREET. SEATTLE Parlor Sets, Bed-Boom Sets, Sofas & Lounges, OF HAIR CLOTH and TAPESTRY. i Bureaus. Center-Tables, Chairs, Curtaius, Picture Frames, Moulding*. Etc. Coaaen la'. Street, Seattle, W. T. VANITY FAIR! The 5-Cent Saloon,; As h»1 :i jflao* of Beer as «an had iu th»* eit v for o< ts. TLt' 1 **st of Liquors I'l rts. A g<**l hi.. mm i to. <& LOOK! ® I Lote Hastings CIGAR STAND, ON CUM MKkCUL ST I.Err »rri £»"<* M BrfclK* SiktkT 1> THE iiK>l' PLA( K IN* SEATTLE To GET A FINE IMPORTED CIGAR t>r CIIoICI. Tl'li V C' ( >r or i he* iug. Y,y** ( i«ar II .litre, etc .saNuittfw tM-1. «■ MISCELLANEOUS ■ Crawford & Harrington IMroRTF.RS AND JOBBERS y S E A. X X iL, E, "W. X., Have on hand a largo and well assorted stock of £oods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic . Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith and Carpeuter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implement*. Crockery and Glassware. Paints A Oil llemp and Manilla (. ordage. (troceriesand Provisions. Wines, > Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C. TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARP » CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. __BEATTLE, W. T. t July Ist. 1873. i a® arfTiii! DRUG^gSTOBE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Brngs. Patent Medicines, Chemicals, file. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Also Dealer in Wines, Liquors, &c. ORDERS FROM ABROAD SOLICITED M. R. MADPOCKI WA CHUNG CO., ! CHINA TEA STORE, Brick Store. Corner ot ./ashington k Third Streets, Seattle ! * -i t W hu Tii T :"2 of r « U ' l 1 ~,,*lUy, * lUy - *"* »> *"-*** U»n.-.u b« h»t«t .... ». J. i» We «hk tin* public to (•»!! an 1 our T, »• *11(1 lU«nrl>-» »inl thrrnbi ,r - j kw>p J large itockof Ctiinr** good* of *ii kiiuto, aV> HtUAH tn-i RICK «t Wholml* Jobbing pr*re«. A I*ig«* variety of n4Vft " CHINESE LANDSCAPE PICTURES, OIL PAINTINGS. AIJM) roll SALE • Contractors, mill u.uw. anJ others rrqalrln* Cbtn«M help. will be furui.bM .1 .faort aotk*. The Highest Price paid for Live Hons t wva. c?M:mrj*r«- «c- «<«»., Wholesale & Retail Chineso Morohanti SEATTLE, W. <T. Seattle Bi •ewery, CORNER MILL k FOURTH STRKKTS, SKATTLK SLOKAH & CO. Proprietors, and Browora of SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER And the only Genuine Lager Beer Made in Washington Territory. j|@3»oiir Bottled A!e and Porter is equal, if not supe rior, to any foreign brand. ________________ Chilberg Brother*, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, Ali.l kffp ronntWßtijr |<D bwwl fIBEGOI CITY FLOG!. II MEAL, BYE MEAL. NKIIUT FUtll Rice Flour, and Feed. Auto * »< attack ot .Crockery, Glassware, & Table Cutlery, IWhJrb th»y PT'-I M» I-J T* ' <-b»»p»f th»r. arij ' th»-r l.oniM ID fWattla. Kilo NT BTHEKT. SEATTLE, W.T HALL if PAULSON, t»r«r» ot ai*l L »»» *r» la . i> 11^ing «fc Frames, ets, rerumbu-^ Our facilities arc such as to defy competition. | GIVE US A CALL A>b SATISFY YOLHUBLF AH TO luIIVKM. CrsaMVcUi Stml, 6*attl« W. T. NO. 76.