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"VOL. 11. PROFESSIONAL CARPS. H. B. HATHAWAY, ATIORNEY-AT-LAW j Win attaed to baalaaaa la all p*rta of tba T»r niiif Particular aOaaHns 0m to Probata . Onlterttaa afltoMa aai yiftWTmt •IATTLB. W. T. f. M. KuaaroatS. C H. Haaro ELLSWORTH I HARFORD, j Attorieyn-At-Law. Office, Pnaev tin! liiMiag, Ctsnerciil It. SEATTLE. W. T. Win ptaaHaa to all Oarto of WaaMn«toe T«- sltovy. ■filial atoMttna glvaa to Bankruptcy Caaaa. mkit ■ ■ .i • ■ e. a. I. M. Batx. w. R. Aauaawa. UIIABEE, MUfcJMtItEWS onaiuiiimiißUTui: SEATTLE, W. T. S. C. HYDE, Attorney and Comwelor-at-Ltw, SEATTLE, W. T. OAca on OoaMvrlal rtml, opi««it« Jm aia«a'. «nyl9-d [TP. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T.. ATTORNKT-AT-LAW. SOLICITOR IN CILANCKRY. AND PROCTOR! IN ADMIRALTY. mb2l Una McJUoea*. Lmaav McNAUGHT & LEAHY,! A TTORNK YS-AT- LAW. SOL IVI TOIIS IN VHANCKRY, d PIIOC TOUSIN ADMIRALTY. Will practlca la tba District sn<l Buprema Oimrta. Mr. Lmry will glva apodal atiauU'O to Col taction*. Coova/aaelnif. kc.. also tu tl»» purckaaa ■aJ aal* <>t Real Batata. Jaur l itu. una. Jyt* W. H. Warn. L. B. Baaa. WHITE & NASH, MsJWIWw m mmm 9 Seattle, Washington Terr'y. OFFICE.—DISPATCH BUILDING. C M. BRADSHAW, Attorney-at-Lair* POUT TOWN SEND. W T. DR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. OflM hour* frum 9 a. m. to It a.m., uul from i %• «, p. *. and fmni llo(.f M OfTtCE-Ia Oolfuac'a ean.tlntc ItEHIOENCE - rrunl near I'm >a. •pacta! attention pet J to tha traatiu*et of Vuutas and Cbildran au l Operative Kurgory. ' N. W. LANE, M. D , (Lara «r ma v. •. asirt.) PUTBICIAN AND SIKUKOS. •battle, w. t. •Or OScaovar Morrill's Prug Mora. ORS. A. I H. B. BAGIEY. Homcro»*thlut*i SKATTI.E. W. T. DH ■. B ■AtII.KY. LATE VROrKSSOR OF Prtnrtplaa and Practice of Surgary in tha lltsSlaM daolral Medical Oel'.stf*. will tuaka Operative Surgery aad Snrgteal Dlseeaes a special will attead to satis to any fart ©Mbe DR. Q. A. WEED, BUKUEON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. DR.G.V.C4LIIOIN' Seattle, W. T. la. I, l>tayatc^,»uU <<>««. appoalta Ouei- ML L ALVERSON. (Lato from Emm* City, and formerly ot r>'rt MadtauaJ ■m ret armed to the Sound. aad ta*»e pleasure In autMudai to former patrons and n»a ones that fee haa now permanently located tn Seattle, and Wtll devwto his enttrs time to the practice of bis Reference : Saeceaa tn practice and attention to Special atteoU-u paid to Chnsale Otaeeaes SITU?K-lSr.nt Seet.oppoalteY.ai~s Hall. May Ttk. I*M. my.-i i.S. MAGGS, Dentist, OFFICE. MILL BTRKET, Ovar HaJdla eat Harasea Store. EAST o *i K cidbktal hotel. ns- DENTISTBY. J e ORASSS. PE*TWt or «oa ta M><«« ft liniftl i *•« Hut!.!. TOW j£ * n W.er.isl street All eork «na«eataad A. MACKINTOSH. Notary Pablie COUT* jaiicer, Koal K»UlesadTax Agent. ■xkraMiMa ttora't of Title b all l-aa>ta ta Etna CVma y Wtll ittiaJ t»» tba peinrAaae aa4 «le uyabere on Pur* *** tltwlloa paid ta fVanafee of *»*• *•**•*• *• Hywait Jtuaa Mwta|a eeltctted au4 seua f *cijr^^«r , *r!u"a«raat. aeariy ©pyoaita tWa Oo atv'aatol Metal. ~ EDGAR BRYAN. .XHmrg FmkiU, CdßTfyiMTr aid School (Ifrk. Mm! bun for Saie. Wlwttaa as»le tiwt far Jfoesb facttk Mutaa Ufa laeuraa • iVaiyaay. •#* Oflke with OaKigaa A Clarke •peMawtf Origin of the Hamea of States. Maine takes it name from the Pm vinoe of Main, in France, and was ao call'-d in compliment to the Queen cf Chariea 1, Henrietta, its owner. New called Lsconia —frem Hampshire, England. Vermont from the Green Mountains. (French, vetd moot) Massachusetts, from tbe Indian lan guage, signifying th? country about the great bills. Hbode I.iland gets its nsme from tbe fancied resemblance cf the island to that of Khodes in the ancient Levant Connecticut was Monegran, spelled originally Quon-eb ta-cut, signifying "a loc£ river.'' New York was so named as a compli ment to the Duke of York, whose brother, Charles II . granted him that territory. New Jersey was named by oue of its • original proprietors, tnr George C'artier. after tbe Island of Jers«y in the Hntish Channel, of which he was Governor. Pennsylvania, as is generally known, takes its name from William Penn, and the word "Sylvania,'' meaniug woods. Delaware is derived from Thomas West, Lord D« La Ware, Governor of Virginia. Maryl and receives its name from the Qaeeu of Charles L, Henrietta M:ina. Virginia got its name from Queen Elizalteth, unmarried, or Virgin Queen. Th* Carolina* were named in honor of Charles I , and Georgia in honor of Georgo I. Florida gets its name from H.i<qnas de Flores, or "Feast of Flowers. Alabama comes from a Creek word, signifying "the land of rest." Louisiana was named IU honor of Louis XIV. Minsissippi derived its name from that of the great river, which is in the Nachez tongue, "Father of Waters." Arkansas is derived from the Indian word Kansas, "smoky waters," with the French prefix of "ark"—a !>ow. Tennessee .is au Indian name, mean ing "The river with the big l>end." Kentucky also is an Indian name— "Da>uunk-ac," Signifying "at the hia l of the river." Ohio is the Shawnee naiue for' The beautiful river." Michigan a name was derived from the litkn, the Indian n»me for ti-h-wnr, or trap, which the sb*j>e of iho lake suggested. Indiana's nuine came from that of the Indians. Illinois' name is derived 1 rom the In dian wonl "Illin"—men —ami the French aftix "ois," making "Tribe of Men." Wis*.* utsiu's name is sai I to be tSie t Indian name tor wild, rushing channel Missouri ii als»> HI. Indian inline f> r tnu ldj having reference t » the mud dineas iif-the .\li»s- viri river. Kansa> isanlndiin u .me for sni iky liver. lowa signiC«s in th" Indian language "The drowsy ones," and Minnesota means "a cloudy wat<*r " Care in liop Packing. l'arttes sending produce to the mar ket cannot eierci«e too uiucli care tn their ulci packing and freighting operations I>l assorted produce, « itli«-r •a to quality ur condition, affects the price of the whole cxuuigununt more serioualy than nr<? nwar»* It i» not to atnipljr imtketli<> clari fication. The priwlnce shouM be wi 11 securt-d in clohii pai kngt-a, and frtight ert*tlect«d who will deliver th*« saint tn a prt sentnhlo condition. The in cre»»ed pric« rrcviveti will ni>>rc than coui|wi'.anta far the care and e*j>fnse nec?Marj in carrying out these meas ures From a private letter received tn this city, dated London, April 4th, we are p-rtuittcd to tu»ke the following extract, which will l>« of interest to hop glowers on this ccast: •*F»r the guidance of any hop grow ers your frioud* in California may ileal with, I tuuy mention one criticism 1 have met with more th.in .jfc* in ' s|flakiiig with practical men state that many balei troiu California e«»nie to hand unevenly pa< that is, green and brown hops running almost iti veins in one Iwtle. The hops will come down from the poles in this *.sy, but the Kent growers t:ikr groat care to uii\their growth alter drying, or else to I*l k the greener kinds tn serrate bales Whatever the actual color may }«*, they run pretty even tn bal- s Veins of different ooloreti hops in one bale certainly detract from their value in this market out of all proportion t > thr> Itttle trouble required in well mixing prior to packti g " HuVfUn, The t\H)Hl>r «• t K i sin the World Hie those who have never been taught to work There are thousands «>f thnin. Hich parents have petted th<>n«, they iiave l»eeii taught to ties pise !alx>r Atui depend ujhmi otheis for a living, an.i are perfectly helpless. The un»t for lorn woman t»n earth Itelorsgs to this cla«* It belong* t« parents to protect the»r daughters from th;-. deplorable csmditioa. They do them a great wrorg if thev neglect it Every daughter should !>e taught to tarn her own liv ing The rich a« well asth' j*v r re quire this training ihe whfti cf for. ur.x roll* ssnftly an>and- th« rich are bk«!y t'> lecuflK* j»s»r, aiid the j>o r rich Jski'ii to la' or is no di»a Ivantsje to the rteh. ai.d iodiapetiaalde t«> the po«>r. W.U to Jo parents must cdin a'e tln ir daughters t.» work: » o re or in is us re imperative than this. ALEX. II >TEfitK\» haseotirtly re* v . r. I hss • r-.- t t illness. tL ugh be hardly l>vks a weK man Na'tira ly small, tie fes« w *<■!« d. w itl»er> 1. and •hnveied, un'sl •»; weight a:u! ».*e be :» a fsehle chtl I His 'a->» !« y f a v I'. • ivory tint, a d cr <a.-*d » t- - t> work of fi?se wrinkles, J«:t h:< .itt » Mae etes have * snap ac i light of do r own that aidUMM llsilWJ ll ntode a singular 6g-;re sn the C«Hirt the <lay argutt »: lef. re that august bosly seateti t;t h s arm • chair SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1577. To Make Boys fond of Farming. A Detroit b>y. after finishing the last chapter «>n a book called "Tbe pleasure* off the Deep,'' pleaded with bis father to let hnn ship aboard a take achooaer. The old man smiled a grim smile, took the- case under consideration. and in a few days the boy was on the rolling deep, having shipped as a greenhorn on a vessel in the lumber trade. IK sailed to Saginaw, came down and crossed to Toledo, and the next day he apjwared in Detroit, lama and stiff, bis throat acre, one eye nearly shot and a feeling of huuthlanew running all through bim. "What ! back again *" cried the old tn&n, aa the boy entered the bouse. "Yea, father ; I want to saw all the word, bring in all the coal, clean out the cellar, and paint tbe barn, and yon needn't give me but two met!* a dny." "Don't you like tail ing*" "Father, you dou't begin to re alize anything about it. Tbe captain mailed right along on Sunday the same as any other day, and I believe he swore even harder. He wouldu't give me au umbrella when it rained, he made me sit up almost all night, and two or three times he called me up at midnight and made me haul on ropes and drag old Bails around. There wasn't a single night when all of us got off to bed at i* o'clock, and there wasn't n day when be didn't b*» us around and break in on us cverytime we got to reading anything good ! I like land, father, and I wish you owned a farm!" A SNAKE IN THE GRASS.— Oue day this week while some natives were openiug a bale of California hay, they came upon a snake, aome three or four feet in length, snugly coiled up--but he was dead It was of the kind known in the States as the "field-adder," and comparative!) harmless ; but still we don't want any in ours. Among other benefits of civilization and reciprocity we expes t to se«< snakes introduced here some day. There are lots of localities on the islands that Would become fa vorite haunts for the vermin. We liava no tradition of either St. Patrick or •uakes ever having keen seen on these otherwise favored isles Honolulujutyer. A KKI.U ok" CLIK 11 AM AUG A. —Lefw at the 1 Hut* editorial rooms last night, a b'ass eagle from the tip of a United Status Hagstatf. which was picked up on the battlefield of Chitknmaugn. The eagle belonged to the colors of some infantry regiment in the Twenty first Army Corps, and probably to an Ohio rtjjmient. Seven skulls were found within a few feet of where the eagle was picked up, showing that th* c-lor ituard around that staff fared bully. I'he relic was lost in tbe atub lw>rn fighting < t Sunday, when the whole Federal army wa* massed under Thoiuas. t'lmttiinvogn, Tinn., Timet. THEHK is a man in Stouingtoii Conn , between tifiy and sistv yaara of age, who has steadily wotked for his father u til the present day, never had a dol i:.r 111 his pocket, never went to a ( lurch, wedding or funeral, never was « n a i ar, never to a party. never spoke to a gut, never had a holiday, and yet had lus poll-tax abated this year on ac count of poverty, while bis father's es tate is estimated at from $30,000 to f jo.tx.K) At comuNo to a late Knglish Parlia mentary return, there were on the Ist of January, lST.'j, in the several union work-houses in England and Wales, 54.0HS men, 67,370 women, and 44,635 children. The I'aU Mall UaMfte, sug gests that it would l>e interesting, if it were possible, to have a return of the nutulwr of relations owned by this artuy of paupers, with a correct account of thur incomes. • DEMOCRITUS, who was always laugh ing. lived oba hundred and nine years; lleraciitu-, who never ceased crying, only sixty Laughing then is best; and to laugh at one another is perfectly justifiable, since we are told that the g«*ls themselves, though they made us as they pleased, cannot help laughing A KKNTIVKY editor remarks that ninety-nine »ut of a kundred people ui:ikt» a great mistake when they cut off a dog's tail, in throwing away the end. MISC E L L A N KOrS. EUREKA SALOON. 'piir ntDEßsioxEo nts MADE aeranol X a.»3ta k> Op«n tbe ab«. Saloon THIS EVENING ! vhit ii vXt'lilt'Q Hi* ORCHESTRION Wi:; ~.u Aa—t Muaic. and th#ra wi ttrr spi>r Vatu.tirS .ff imtttera! triialiot* i» t'r ffttrfrit to all. The Best Liquors and Cigars On Hand ! AXDHKW FPLAUM ti>; stb. :rr: *iys STEAICK OTTER WILL LEAVE FUR OLYWII & VIV PORTS EVERY Way, Hmreday & Saturday, AT S A M frylun? MfSCKLL AN EOU3. £. B. Moore, PEa T ER 15 Fresh and Salted M E ATS aad a general of CI-1* o cei*i en Alto, the best brands of CIGAR 3 AND TOBACCOS. Corner of Third k Union Streets, Seattle c?M L. DILLEK, Proprietor. tSurcaasur to F. ▼. Snyder.) MILL STREET, SEATTLE. C'aaatJMßtljr ou If and the CHOICEST MEATS AND VBOBT-AI3LI3S ...ALSO... CORNED BEEF AND PORK. SMOKED MEATS, PORK and BOIOQNA SAUSA6ES, HEAD.CHEESE, T R I P E . ETC TH^HITE n ■Ht/ShH liBwMDl I IHEBQNB ■ ■ VI ■ I* dratlned to becoiM th» leading SEWINQ MACHINE tn tha market on'y i>at»rite.l in 187 ft— it in not Jfl full* ktiuwu to the public. Old Ma<lihi>-a taken in part payment for new one*. K. UKV4V, Agiut. uyi-dtf VIIIE Insurance Agency, BepreseitiiK Solid IMeoiiity. ■ Rr jai tarn id/an mf%UoHlreat CAPITAL, *e,oonooo. Liverpool and London and (ilobc, CAPITAL. $23,000,000. J. 6. PARKER, GENERAL I AGENT, PUGET SOUND DISi ICT. orricc ox STXAUKB MESSESULB. Farm for Sale! Offered for 30 Days. 1 4*|"| ACRES ON THF. DT WAMTSH. FIYK I *l' " Vi M ti\ Oi City '•» icru un.ier [»tf« t»»rins rnN Tr»*a 0<«>1 I'w«;,tDg. 4 , H*rfc». "ui-t IMU I I'arn.ii.g I ttLtl.l T • Ha S> d at a Bargain T.-r jartK-u ara inquire ot S F. COOMBS, •( i*-d!ai li. : atr»*t, Scant*. W. T. n L.PIKE. LKF. SM!TU.i SKA PAIMIMi! Cheaper than Ever, PIKE & SSITII'S, T II t RAPID SIGN WRITERS -IXI) Fence SHOP MX PAINTER'S ALLEY. aftt-M MISCELLANEOUS Removal and Opening m TEE New Brick Store ICF FRAUENTHAL BROS Next Dx>r to Janiicsrvn's Jewelry St- to, SKA FT IE, H*. T. Our cn*t ooaers and the trade generally *3* kind ly infant ed that »e are R vr occupying cur new ly bailt SUrv, wt cff«r aftne aa.t atok of CLOTHING. DRY GOODS Boot*, Shoes, Ilats, Millinery Goods, Carpets Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Trunks & Satchels. Furs, «&c. WIIOLKSALK ASD KKTAIL, A call to tha Bt< re will conricce your of our low price* for )«'Bt gooda. Reepcclfully, FRAUENTHAL BROS Central Market ! Cor. Front and Pike Streets. T. COULTER KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND all kinds " FRLSII A>D SALT MEATS, VEGET.IB!sES % FAMILY GROCERIES, TOBACCO. CIGARS, Am! other KUj>r'i<*B t<v. nniiifr< u* to mention. Seattle. Ajirii Hth. 1877.' aj>l4-dtf MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon ! ON MILL STREET SEArTi.E. W. T. The fiaekt WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS CVnataut'y on html. F. RIO BEY Proprietor. ATTENTION! No ontnMil sleep coKl if it wore gr:irrtl); km wa tut T. P. FREEMAN, OF THE SEATTLE VARIETY STORE 3m recently wceived and baa for aala at a»lon iahiugly low price*, a large lot of Second-hand Mattresses, Man I els, Pillows K. Bedsteads. Also a large lat of new of tbi> same kind. He wlaheaaiao to call alteiiUub to Lia !ar«e atoi k of Iloiue furnishing Hardware, Crockery Stoves, Furniture, Lamp*, Coal Chi, <kc. Both Srcond-haiid and New. All for aala at rain* oualy low price*. Call and see las stock. nlWf THE RETREAT SALOON, FROHT STREET, YESI.Ku's COKNEK. The Choicest Liquors & Clears! J. GRIFFITHS. PROPRIETOR. mblfl PONY SALOON K«i t by BEN MURPHY C- n.fr Comrorrlal ia4 Hftlb oyp<mt» It* I S QcUl. 'rnu t-iv* to *i»h i« l*** tb* icl«* 1 lilU tfyitl. Cig&ra, Tobacco, Wine*, and Liquors A: vtyi oa b*&4. J H MtRCHALX UoUEBT EN "E Harsliiill & knipc. Sicas & Burnett's Wharf, sf ATTLt:. n T . I) KAL EK S I N GRAIN, HIV, VIiOUK, AM FARM PRODUCE ! sr!A.*3» rw«ne»i a Wt-ir*,* ia "ft l»?. W t «•*. »« nWDMbit •»!« » r»»rdit,» C •» c I.- j r ;t, | »ttrOsl«4 tu «i» .e ) • er*>2 *ii4 ~ ..tnU i A bakii.'Tui •ttron-rS t> or ■;*»* »i win ptvi&pt *»U . arrfa M»IU » ss,jr"~nf MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE, "W\ r r_, Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in their line., consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted, Blacksmitli and Carpenter Tools, Agricultural and Mining Implements, Crockery and G I as* ware. Paints A Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage, (iroeeriesand Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C. t#' TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. SEAT TLE, W. T., July Ist, IST*». M. A. KELLY & CO., DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES. SEATTL3D, W. T. AH we <arry the lariat wtt>ck <>f I>ru£s. Perfumer!*., *<•., of an? boiup In town wa «-au her ln.lu.ementa t<> tin «r».i. r» of the Sound for tt>eir onUn. f..r we t>r.>iH<«< to maka the jobbing traiie a *j>e< laity, ami will »«il JHWHI* at bottom jri.es. The ladir* will ftn.l our Toilet Department \ery complete, with ♦>..» «-« 'ij'r.vVli ' fcmeU( i u< "*- v " have the imputation of krepiu# the A«e.t Otgara, auJ It neada hot a trial I'urtienlar Attention given to tilling Chest* for country Pbtnici»it» ami Ship?. IfetFSlGX— PIONEER IDRTTO STORE- Seattle Brewery, CORXER MILL & FOURTH STREETS,SEATTLE, SLOIIAH & CO. Proprietors, ana Browors of SUPERIOR ALE, PORTER And the only Genuine Lasher Beer Made in Washington Territory. Our Rot tied Ale and Porter is equal, if not unpe rior, to any foreign brand. « K A W&D r D R 17 G^^STORE, M. n. MADDOOK.B WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALER IN Drug*. Patent MedieineH, Chemical*, Etc. Prescriptions Carefully (Vnnpounded. Also Dealer in Wioes Liquors, kc. OIIHKLS FJiOM Mi HO AD SOLICJTMD JL E. MADDOCKI CliilbtTK It rot hero, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, AliJ k»«; f ojinUi.l jr on haijl OHEGOSi CiTY FIB. 11MEAL. BYE MEAL. IKMUT FLBH. Rice Flour, and Feed. A.»o a wt." tr* *1 <k of Crockery, Glassware, & Table Cutlerv, Wlii. b Ihey » r >p<«* to »* h'rUM In ftratti*. FRONT STREET. SEATTLE. W. T. Seattle Stone Yard! JOHN KEEN AN, Al *° furni»l»Kta«« for | -s. - building Purpose*. Crtu \jar.ur» st ter f w */«-.'*■ il ttfry Work of all kit*!* H U- tucutd. Alt or«l«ri Marble I r Ko. ur tiyfl' 1 " 1 *'" l "«'»*• Monuments V;' |t'V »# a !«*rripticu -rr _i a • t'A" ■' »l»*t wttb, can Headstones % D^, g ,.. iv,^. &rrt t • tJBr L - . - ..t t.. tt.--. 'to Tombs* •r- 7- ,rw ' K — from. Shop on Crawford it Harrington'* Wharf. SEATTLE, W. T. NO. 145.