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VOL. HI. PROFESSIONAL CARPS. _ Job* Lsaby tfn McJUC***- CAUGHT & LEARY, trnnSKTS -AT- LA W, 80LICI INCUANCKRY, <fc PROC admiralty. 1 i n the District and Supreme ffUl fly*/** _ _4»| ipcclil ittwitlon to Cul %t »!•" to **• ha«« C. H I A*roa». ttLSWMTH I HUFOM. HtATTt*. W. T. IB til Court* of Waahlugton Ter- Will 1£25 \tUBtIOD glv<-n V> Bankruptcy tw*j •p* l4 ' mhJ3 Of* ... - "DTPTJENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., . rTO n SKY-A TLA W, SOLICITOR IS CIIANCKItr, AND PROCTOR in ADMIRALTY. mb2l_ MRS S. 0. HEWES, M. O. ht if tb Fint Ladf Graduates is ledifioe. MOTtorstrrtaM to the people of Seattle and Horth Piclflc Coaat. Mm Doct» r Hew«S <•<mi#* We»t after ten yeara u i successful practice. Will open the llrk. Mother* can flndabmiie, -«hthe best medical attendance during conlliie. "V, yuj patli-ntu for general medical treatment. Wt!l treat the »lck by letter, and fill order* for Ifadlclnebjr BUll or eipreaa on In ion atrset, twtween Fonrth and r ?jr nj»-dwtf OBTG. BRYANT, Phyalclan and Surgeon, NEWCASTLE, W. T. DRS. A. « H. B. BUGLEY. ilom(roi>at hints, SEATTLE. W. T. DK. H. B. BAGI.EY, LATE PROrESHOR OF Principle* and Practice of Surgery In the Mlehlgaa Central Medical College. will make Operative Hargsry and Surgical Diseases a apeelal »T. and will attend to call* In any part of the Ld. dl 9 ORTGTVTc A LH 01! N, Seattle, w. 7. 9ttc» No. 1, lHapatcb Building, opposite Occi dental Hotel. DR. G. A. WEED, ! HURUKON AND PHYSICIAN, REATrLE, W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D„ DENTIST, Pmuaßttil Office— Front Room, up-atair* ftav«allia 'a Block, Seattle. W. T. jj JI DENTISTRY. J. C. OH ASHE, DEJCPIST. OF- | MGSK Ac* In Stone & I ili t New Build- ! lir lug on Coinuiervlal . trr«t. All work j NUM. am J.S. MAGGS, ™ Dontlst, OFFICE. MILL HTKBBT. Ov*r laddie and RirnrM Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. na. EDGAR BRYAN, JVMary Public, Cwwyancer and Clerk. ®*iaial* for S»l«. Collection* m«U*. forth Facile Mutual Llf* tuiurance with Calllitaa k Clark*. •WMiwW EASTWICK. MORRIS & CO. Civil and Mining taaisrsißßsJ (**>■ Ho. fl. Bunirtt'i Balldlc«,i * W«iblH|t*M Mrttll twrttl*, W**k. Territory. ether ailoertl land* awd aila**. *ar 3J«saUu*d. and reported ap»a. Plan* and 2J" '« mining lutpiuveairot* far—b*d j2Jj*lillo« itiTfn to land *urvrjr*, and to Ik* "tj lot* and bl x-k*. Maiw and draw "•"kiaUilli atacuted Mot 1 . I S "V A. MACKINTOSH, fctarj Public and Convejancer, *••1 Estate and Tax Agent. ufclsy**' t of Tltl* to all Land* Wiit '■ attend to the puirhw I*4 aaywhrr* on Cuirrt K.uti.l Special rtS* 1 to Tranafw of Rr*l Estat* and Ta*«. Patroaajre *olt«.-tte«l and «*Ua street, nearly cppoalU tb* "Oc- SEA BATHING ! T?. WEALTHITL PASTIME CAN HOW UIM and Oeatle between Ptk* and Caloa. •«'« « ~at*. or 5 Tlrkrt. for #1: ■jtMtf rro '*- °* f TlekK* for |l. NOTICE. T < OF UNO COCXTT 18 s»STV'!**' , » all oatauadinc Wairaata Fund to date. Xo lahmM Warrant* tr\>m Ur date L OIK). D. HILL. •"!» Twiiim o»UfOK.W. T. •Punch." "Sell that yer dog? Waal, skas-ly _ much' . Th« ,1* ai;.'t t'ruck far 'a* fho tgh :hi huiidr.-d doliar 3 . *" f >r the cn ; a I» a pile to a man what's flat. "Je-t step round yere, away from r]," dofjr, The old oontan's thar inside: Ef she knew'd I "lowed to i»:irt v-ith Punch Thar'd be slim show fur lay hide "A hundred dollais! A rigLt so ait chance <>' things them clinkers means, That flour bar'l's dusty many a day And then thar's !>ean-. "And Abe, he's hankerin' arter sctiool And 'Mandy's clothes is done. And the little tin's kind o* weakly now— And that double bar'l'd gun! "A dog's a dog—but many a night, He's fetched me purty late From Jake's saloon—and as fur this place, ' I don't want no other gate. "Thar's other dogs iu the world -but, Lord, Yer daughter had seen bow quick lie bolted down iu the bilin' foam And snaked little Jim from the creek! "Yer eye's well scr iped for the pints o' a dog, Yer cau see his Irish blood; Thar's a good slate roof in the top of his mouth— How them feathers floats on the mud! "A hundred dollars! A heap o' coin, A hundred down on the nail! Waal, stranger, I guess—yer can stait yer boss. That yer dog ain't fur sale!" Don't Judge from Appearances. "Halloa Limpy, the cars will start in a minute; hurry up, or wo shall leave you behind.'' The cars were waitiug at a station of ®ne of our western railroads. The baggage master was busy witn checks The men Were hurrying to and fro with chests, valicee, packages and trucks. Men women and children were rushing for the cars, and hastily securing their seats, while the locomotive snorted, j blowed and puffed. A man carelessly dressed was stand ing on the platform of the depot. He was lookiug around him.und seemingly paid little attention to what was pass- j ing. It was easy to see that he was i lame. At a hasty glance one might easily suppose that he was a man of neither wealth nor influence. The con ductor gave him a contemptuous look, ami s-liuioing him fan»ili«r ; y oa fie -i.'■ il \ i ilttti .ii.t: illot, Luupy; i>i-Pt< r gjt.; i». I/i • r t! ; earn will leave you behind." "Time enough, I reckon," replied the individual. and lie retained hi* svining listies* position. Tim ! »<t trunk had been luiuHed into the baggage car. "All nboi d!" shouted the conductor "Got. on, Limpy," said ho as he passed the 1 ne, carelessly dressed man. The lame man made no reply. Just as the train was idowly moving away, the lame man stepped onto the phi ( t'oriu ot the last ear. and walking in quietly, took a seat. The train had moved on a few miles, when the con ductor appeared at the door of the car where our friend was sitting. Passing along, he soon discovered the stranger he had seen at the station. " Hand eut your money, here." "I don't pay," replied the man, very quietly. "Don't pay r" -No sir." "We'll see about that; I shall put you off at the next station!" and lie seized the valise which was on the rock above the head of our lame friend. "Better not be so rough, young man," returned the stranger. The couductor released the carpet* bag for a moment, and seeing that he could do no more then, he passed on to collect the fare from the other passen gers. As he stopped at a seat a few paces off, a gentleman who had heard the conversation just mentioned, looked at the eonductor and asked him: "Do you know to whom you were speaking just now r" "No sir." "That was Peter Warbtirton. the President of the road." "Are you sure of that asked the conductor, trying to conceal his agi tation. • "I know hitn." The color rose a little to the young tnan'a face, but with a strong effort he controlled hiiuiielt, aud went on collect ing his fare as usual. Meanwhile, Mr. Warburton *at quiet ly in his seat —none of those near hint could unravel the expression of his fac«, nor tell what would be the next movement in the icsne. Aud he—of what thought he * lie bad been rudely treated, he had bron unkiadlv taunted with the infirmity, which, perhapa, had come through no fault of bis. lie could revenge himself if he choae. lie could tell tbe directors the simple truth, and the young man should le deprived of his place at once. Should he do it * And yet. why should he care? He knew wh*t bo was worth Ha knew how he ha<l risen by bis own ex r'.uns to the i-osition he now held. When a little orange peddler, he stood by the «'re« * i "•id hti vy *i> •'T ■ i*j% v! thoeed ij" ,»• vsi* re : <et«sl now. .•* » e, t j * art .r a ►l'.uger* roughness or taunt r llhtet v*bOS«t near him wa t«d curious ly to n e tbe en I. Praseutty the conductor c* -• - With a -teady energy be walked . t« Mr. *iburton's side He took h.s book* from his porket. aiid the a:'k bills and tickets which be uad c«»llocUra. and laid them in Mr. Warburtou s : band. •'I resign my place, air," be said. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST S, 1577. The I're-tident looked over the accounu for a moment, then luptiooir.g to the vacar.t scat beside him «aid »'Sit air. I would like to talk to yc At." utb») j. r:-'T» mt ipOl, »|!f ftaodaoi tj Bed *l.wi a b v *k: fc was r. artery (-c\ ; •». if !« ".i*n in »n uod.-r tone: "ilv ycjup fri< r.il, I lave BO r-- i r.-cful it clings ;o gratify in this n a' tr: :t you have ue«u very imprudent. V' :r mut.uur. had it been thus to n strui.:>r, would IK: Injurious to the i»:- t< r, -<f the company. I mig'it tdl them ' I thi<, but i will not. lly doing to I should throw yon out cf your sit- Uili.c., ucd you ui.gbt liud it dillicu.t to find another. But in future, remem I her to l>e polite to all you meet. You \ cannot judge a man by the coat ho wears; and even the poorest should be treated with civility. Take up your books, sir. I shall tell no one of what has passed. If you change your course, nothing that has happened shall injure you. Your situation is still continued. Go<id morning sir." * The train of cars swept on, as many a train has done before; but with it a lesson ha« been given anl learned. The purport of the lcisou ran somewhat thus—Don't judge from appearances. AFSCELLANEOUS. NEW STORE ! New Goods! THE LADIES AND PUBLIC WILL PLEASE take notice that the Elephant Store Has jiut been oprued tuider a new management, with • new atock. In connection with the; fine atock of DRY GOODS heretofore kept, MRS. MOSES haa opened a large and elegant Stock of MILLINERY ! MILLINERY and FASHIONABLE DRESS MAKING of all kind*. Ladles' Suits mad* to order. •ST We intend to keep the choicest and lar geat atock of MILLINERY to be found this aide of -in FraneUco. Alao a* full line of DRY GOODS. mh'Jl M. GILORE, liM|>orl«tr or and Dealer In FURNITURE .\SD UPHOLSTERY GOODS. Parlor Sets, Bed-Room Sets, Sofas & Lounges, OF HAllt CLOTH and TAPEBTRY. Bureana. Center-Tables, Chairs, Curtains, Picture Frames. Mouldings, Etc. Coumstcial Street, Seattle. W. T. Rfmoral and Openia* « THE New Brick Store i or FRAUENTHAL BROS Next Door to Jamiesoo's Jewelry Store, SEATTLE, W. T. Oar raatomer* aad tbe trade («DERAIL? are kind- IT lnfaru ed that we AR» now orcupytac OUR new. IT bulll Btcre, wb««W w« ofhr a tree aad attractive stock OF CLOTHING. DRY GOODS Boots, Shoes, lluts, Mililnery Goods, Carpets k Oil Cltoh, Wall Paper, Trunks k Satchels, Furs, kc. WHOLESALE AND RETAII- A call to tbe St iw will roavino* your •( <rot tow pn . mi f.w »<<*t «r»o<l*. He*pectfallj. FR.\l T KNTHAL BROS •. . _ I*. i. C JIMPTOJNT, umi 3uiloer W i! i.j; ,i »! WOODEN BRIDGES * B* < ittiti t or 4F. I FUy» «<»d ton MISCELLANEOUS. ■ - "B. Moore, •E. ..r. L" Fre*h iHiul Salted il EATS *»•'. it ral .i:». of e* *S» «_• E a 3 Also, tLe best brtnds of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Comer of Third & Union Streets. Seattle. M. L. CAVANAU6H, HANI' FACT CHER OF SASH, BOORS, Blinds, and Special attedtlon given to SHIP WORK. Factory Under Column's Mill. Seattle, Aprt 16. 1877. aplfi-dtf BUY YOUR GOODS €» » B R 0 SSIfIMCIi J vJ iIAA V » « &. V 0 T//L'F KEEP THE L AUG ESI ASSORTMENT, AND SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HO USE XJST THE TERRITORY All Kinds of Cooper's Work Doc* at abort notii-« aaU at LlVtia PRICES and FISH & BEEF BARRELS A! vraja <m baml at tba Oooptt Shop of George Sidney, Froot St., near Xoith Pacific Bre*ery. Jytwtf m STATE INVESTMENT AXD fX). x* "ia*o j*r > Ja<a. Asseui, - - $130.C00. Prr.cipal OiE;#. Fo. 103, J-.ifortia Pt. &a .1 fr*.nti*c9. urn « r. R *: Pvtiui Imh ui, A. J. .' aTiITT, Vbe-Pt. C&uujm H Ocam>*, benelerj. A r. HVfALISV, * K u«MHI A|niU f« 0.-<ce« tad *Htn fartlaat,Onfua. FIRST-CLAM KIsKS BOUCITED C. O. Perkins, Agml. BILLIARD SAL<X)NS, Ac. THK ADELPHI FRONT -rKKET. OFPOSITE YESLERS H.VLL. Billiards. FLYNN & ANDERSON. mylß PROPRIETORS. , PONY SALOON Sept by BE.\ MURPHY Commercial «nd Mam street. opposite 'pBIS is the place fo vtait U liave the Inner 1 M. men replenished. , Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors Always on hand. "NED'S SALOON!" COMMERCIAL STREET. (Formerly occupied by M*t. K*ith.) I S NOW OPEN Fi)R BUSINESS, AND THOSE I I favoring it with ttieir patronage will find the i Bar supplied with tlift choicest goods. and an ! obliging anl efficieut Barkeeper to waii upon them. I hive a number of Private Club Room# for the accommodation ot the public. Op"n all hours of the day and nitUt. NED PERKINS, jy.ll. Jtf . Proprietor. MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon ! ON MILL STREET SEATTLE, W. T. The Fin eat WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS Constantly on bind. RIGBEY & CO., Proprietors. fbe Eldorado, ! BY ; ?■?«»»■. I TBS. CIO lIS & HUM t Ki ed to the Saloon Is a First-claa* ILESTAUIIANT. VANITY FAIR ll | The 5-Cent Saloon, As good a glass of Beer as can 1m? bad in the city for Sets. The best of Liquors 10 ets. A good Cigar lOcts. I'll. IHI,OMAN i ni ;The Grotto j SALOON, Mill Street. Me. W. T. ALGAR « NIXON Proprictori ZILP4H SALOON ! FRONT STREET, YESLER'R CORNER. The Choicest Lipors & Ciprs:i J. OKIFFITIIS. PBOPBIETOR. ' in 111 A Bed-Rock BARBER SHOP! HAVING OPENED A NEW SHOP, AND having *e<-ur*-! the aervicea of a fin>t-r!aM Artint. we are pr<par«d to dupetuw Tow—rial loiurv-a to th<> entire nat Ufa tlon of all. Shaving, 25c; Kair Cutting. 25c Shampooing, 25c. Ladies' and Children's Hair Cutting aaJ Wa»bing a apeolalty. "hop on 111,1 street, uexl dtjtjT to St.Cbar!* 8a:oo«. JelS-dtf Xi. fjT.AH.Tr, lO\ntICTOB J BIILDEB. GLAUASTKES FIRST ■ CLASS WOII K A T Tllß LO WKS T It A lES. Haa a complete outfit for main* and muring bulldmga. and will attend to tacb ordan trltb prMDptaeaa and dUpatch. Front Street, opposite the Pavilioo. >»IU MISCELLANEOUS Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS s £3 A. T X La E, "W r . T_, Have on hand a largo and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron ami Steel, assorted, blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implements. Crockery and Glassware. Paints A Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceries and Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C. TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. SEATTLE, W. T., July Ist. 1875. W. A. JENNINGS, Wholetu'e ati l R. tall i In Choice GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C. Imported and California Wines, Foreign ami Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco All Goods Guaranteed as Jtq»rct*nted. Goods Delivered in the City Free of Charge Dommoroial Street, Seattle, w • T. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, &C. Ladies and iicnt*' Furnishing tim As. Tmrks, VALISES, ETC. Our JSpring Stock has arrived, ami comprises tbc most Fasbio. lable Goods in tbe market. We call social attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. GKEISTTS' HATS A. SPECIALTY. IWYII, POIIK & YOUNG. NEW QMOS ADD NEW STYLES BY EVERY STCAHEE. R. C. GRAVES, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN MOULDINGS, PICTURES, FRAMES, WINDOW SHADES BRACKETS, Carriages WALL POCKETS, MIRRORS, ETC. I h»v» jiiat rwriTftl IV Rxfl Stock of PlCri'REf, Fit \MKS and NOPLDIKIM, rver !<ri>U*b to th» city, tod will hereafter make thin line of gnoda a KJIK ia.ty. PATRONAOE SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. I wUI diapoae of my Stock of FURNITURE at COST atid FREIGHT Also, AGENT for the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE Commercial street, Seattle, W. T. NEXT Itoon TO fICHWARACHZR BROS. k CO. L. P. SMITH <FC SON __ Have just received a I .urge Addition JFN M WATCHES JEWELRY, ~ >l'^/j ija uf ' ll They return tbfcir sincere thanks to ifjfftjwllSl 'be J üblic for tW very g<n-ioua j atron tt^ss age lestoiaed n'rtfe tbeir return from Plea»e Call and Cumi» « ur i took Our Jlotto is—Fair Dealing, Quick Sties and Small Profit*. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. NO. 55.