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VOL. HI. PROFESSION A L C A RD3. y Vf ELV wr!lTn ' ELLSWORTH « HANFORD, Altorne.VM-At-l.nw. Offic* Franml'nl Bnildins.rouirnrrfijl SI. KEITTI.E. IV. T. Drt _ , IC <. in a'! r.jnrtu of W*»hin#ton T»r- L? «.*•'« »tt«ntl <n plv»n to h*nlrniptej fMorr mbl3 OW Sir-sBT. J .n»LtA«T XeXAUGHT k LEAKY, ATTOHSKYS- AT- I. AW, S'fUCl- TORi /- v CUASCKIIY. ,t ■ I'HOC JOMIN AIKVI It A LTV. * .fgrtjcf !o t! '* l»Utrlct *i.l Supreme 1 1' "P*''* l attention to Col- Ooorrruir lug. its:., »1»o to tUe parchM* D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, '.V. T., ATTOHSKY-A T-LA u\ so/.n iron IS ( IIA SCKIt Y. A Sit ntOVTOIi is A I'if llt ALT Y. uih2l MRS. S. D. HEWES, M. D. 0d» »f ibe First Lnh Graduate in Medicine, Offer* her aenrlce* to the people of Seattle an<l Un North I'j' Ifle f'.iniit. Mm. r !I«-w » c <ru« « Weat after ten yeara of eonatant and micceaafu! practice. Will open hrr h'inw to thft k. Mother* can find a home, with the b*«t medical attendance during confiue ard patients f.irifete ra; medical treatment. Will treat the aick l<y etu r, and fill order* for ll«dli lti* hy mall or ejprewi. iMldsncn ou Union between Fourth ami Fifth. mj29-dwtf DR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. ORS. A. &H. B. BAULEY. Iltt maoital hi s f s, SEATTLE, W. T. I vll II II BAOLKY, LVTE PItuFKSSOP. OK II Principle* aud Practice »t Surgerr in the Michigan Ontral Medical College, will maka Operative Hurts >ry and Surgical Plwaaea a apeclal ly, and will attend to calls In any part of the Sou rid im.c.vxiiuiouN, Sorvttlo, w. T. Mo. 1, HuiMtntf, o|>i»oettc Ocfl dxntal ll« t« l. DR. G. A. WEED, SIKIiKUX AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Ivrmanmt OflW —Front Room, np-fetßlni FrtucnUial'f Block. Settle, W. T. jy3l DENTISTRY. IMT J. r. IIBAHSK, DENTIST, or MCS flee In Stone .V I i tt'a New Build. lng on Commercial street. All work jwait'fd. m JS -MAGGS, 11117 Dentist, OPFJICE, MILL STREET, OTM tfe'.dle and llarneaa Store. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. fVS. EDGAR BRYAN. .Vtf/rtCi/ I'ublic, CoßToyancer mid School Clerk. R«a! I'atite fur Sale. Collections made, kgvnt for North Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Qmptny. W OfAee with ("alHjjan .V Clarke. •iW-dawtf EftSTWIUK. MORRIS & CO. Civil miJ Mining BNOI3STEEIIS, [Room So. rt Burnett's Building.) *•*.f otnmei <I 11 A U'sihlugMa Seattle, Wash. Territory. <V»a! and oth<-r mineral latola auJ mines, sur- WM eiAtiiitml, %ml UfH>a rims an J for mining Improrrnu nto» furn*b#d irttatkm *tr*u t land lurvm.iuil t«» th# « of riiy U»t* and blttckf. »n«f *lrmw 't* toackUrtcaUy «i«rulM No* I?. I*"*. A. MACKINTOSH. Notary Public and Conveyancer, Real Estate and Tax Agent. • "Wnplete Al-atraot of Title to all Lands kU /• W »U attend to the purrhaae and Lands guyw here on Pujjet s. und. Special I™** 1,0 paid to Transfer of Heal latate and J*Ttt*ntof fair* koliciled Mid aatts ~*j2» attaraii tet-d. •iStalu * tr **" t- n ** rl f cppoute the "tic. FOR SALE. lOF I SDERMUXEO OFFERS FOR Silt A * ? C. ted and m «r|y fni.hed SC&QONER SCOW, i3 »>Weartn ,**».at a barma n. fZl"'™ "'" "• Leo ' rt ' l f * ' breadth ** '•*« . aitd depth .f b d.« let. ®*Wa»oa's Shipyard in '* PwttetUari ln r u r , ef MMte MM ' MMOOE - Item etreat. ,# 'Twiil All Come Out Right in the End." # You nity -ay what you please, on may fret, yru may teas-: After all, it woat help joa my friend. Let your wind he at rest; If y-n 1! b it do your be-t, ''lt will all tome out in the end.' When, 'neath clouds of dist'ess V»a despair of success. An 1 ihe tat l :* no encounig* incut lend Do but act well your part, And keej, up a stout heart, And • twill aii come out right in the end." Though you oft Io ,k ah« »d To th future with dread, And obstacles grave apprehen3, Brave tl.cm all like a m<>n. Work as hard at you can. For "'Twiil all come cut rij'ht in ths end." There's a gor*l Go-i above, In whose mercy arid love The upri lit may e'er find a friend. He has promised, if y«u Ar«j but faithful and true, That "'twill all come out riuht in ths end." Tho San Francisco Drummer. From the San Kraucigco Bulletin We assume it a* a fact that tho San Francisco drummer is xui He is the product of the city as much as the big trees of Calavci&s and Yosemite art the products of California, lie forces all obstacles. He has never been known to be defeated iu his elForts to obtain business. Not long since tho City Trus tees of Sacramento essayed to banish him from the State Capital. They passed an ordinance with such heavy license fees that it was supposed he must succumb. They aUo passed a resolution offering a large reward t<» any party who should give evidence of any person not a resident of Sacramen to soliciting business without the pay inent of this license. But the drummers resorted to a llank movement. A nuui ber combined and rented a house on the Yolo side of the Sacramento river be yond thi- jurisdiction of the municipali ty of Sacramento. Thither they in vited their Sacrament') patrons to view their goods and give their orders. The drummers were victorious. No one lias obtained the lew aid offered by the Citv Trustees of Sacramento lor the arrest id unlicensed drummers. San Francisco merchants have larger business connec tions with Sacramento than ever. Tho Legislature of Nevada, when in session lust Winter, tried its hand a' putting down the Sacrirmeiito drum mer*. It was alleged that his tribe swarmed every where. He was übiipiit- ' ous. From the Comstock t* tlio most remote mining camp in Lincoln or Nye counties, lio place was sacred from his prcsenc . A statute was passed linpos ! ing a heavy prohibitory license, llut ! the San Francisco drummer pursued his calling. At length he was arrested and brought before the bar of justice to an swer f>r the grave offense. Tho drum- j meis pi a led the unconstitutiouality of the act. It was an infringoment upon the rights of Congress, as attempting i to regulate inter-Stato couimerce. The I Supreme Court of Nevada decided against him. An appeal was taken to t >e Unit d Statts Supr< me Court, which j i>p;>cal is now pending. ltut tho San Francisco drummer could not afford to wait the weary months be fore a decision could be obtained. Neither could he afford to pay the li cense. He continues business in a novel style without infringing the act. He presents his customers with a postal card on which is printed the name of the house tor which he is doing business and asks them to write thereon their ■ orders. This is no personal solicitation. Every thing is done by the resident Ne vadian. City ordinances,. State laws, I and anything else may be passed, but ; the San Franciaeo drummer is bound to do basinets. A suggestion has Iwst-u made that the only way to rid the State of the obnoxious individual is to enact a law establishing a State police force, and authorizing that body to go through every train as it crosses tne * Si-rras and eject every person carrying anything that bears the slightest re semblance to a sample trunk. Hut we venture to predict that even this would prove ineffectual. Th » drummer would still find his way into Nevada. He would go by tho rushing, roaring waters of the Truckcc. or would cross the Sier ras in a balloon, con-tructed so as to be invisible to thy naked eye and sweep , away with all the busine-s obtainable, before the authorities knew of his pres ence. Try to stop a San Francisco; drummer '-joa my as well attempt to dam up Niagara. Hard Lices. To Bo Sure. [Baltimore Sun ] In sfvakiug of the causes of the , striko til* meu say that in 1»73 tin*v re ciived $3 per d* v. and O'till l»jr ext r.i work make ten and eleven day-* » week. ' At that time a reduction was made, t k ing off estra tim- allowed, the e\tra hall-day for Sunday*. ai d puttirg the regular j>ay at f2 50 per day l.*>-t August a farther r» duct ion of fifty cents wa> made, and the pay «»f first class firemen was fl 75 and second I la»* $1 50 The ten JUT <xi;f>veduc tion would utake the rates f 1 58 and $! 35 a day. The men state that in addition they take trains to Locust Point instead of Meant Clare, to draw the fire* aud put away the engine*. They aliegw that the number of brakemen has been re duced. the size of trail.* ei.!*rg«d. and the danger of a<"<ident« greatly in creased Th* work is very heavy, a nan having to handle some eight tons of ct»al several times during the day. Ttuy clain that their work s- a trade a* mnch a< any other and require* skilled l*b>r. A man must not onlv throw in ooal, bnl know exactly bow much his engine , will consume. or he »ay itop her run- SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. MONDAY. Al'til'ST 27, |s?7. niog !»• putting ii too much <»r too Isttie. Tiiey say that eighteen days a month is the highest any of them now make, aid the avera »e would not over four teen dars. In the inter twelve lays i- a good average. Tin.- st< ry of their struggles to live is very sad." On the road th-y have to pay their board while waiting for the return trains, each meal cutting 3<) cent* They assert that th-y are detained from one and two to as much a« tour 'lays on trips, so that on their return they have little er nothing! over from the proceed* of their work. Those who hive families here arc oblig-1 ed to pty house rent in Baltimore and J to get too 1 f <r their wives and children. 1 hey sty that this keeps them always behind with the store-keepers, and com plain bitterly of an order issued by the company discharging any whose wages are attached for debt.**" The men a>sert that tor a long time past tbe\' havr been obliged frequently to deny themselves m n aU aud lodging, 'jecause their had to take the money for their families. They aKo coinp'.ain that the company Las issiu-d an order forbidding any of tliecu to sleep in the caboose car, so that often, even in cold weather, they have to take a soft plank in the open air fir a bed. They say they did not resist so long as they J could make a living, but the struggle ! now is for broad, which they cannot make under the reduction. Many of j thein declare they might as well starve without work as starve and work. They now say that having once acted, they are determined to havu the worth of their labor, $2, or nothing. The engi neers and conductors are now getting $2 'JO and $2 25 per day, respectively, under the reduction. The men claim they are entirely on their side, and it necessary would join the strike, but it is not considered well advised that they should do so. MISCELLANEOUS. SEATTLE NURSERY, Uiie mile east from Yesler's Wharf on the road to Lake Washington. How's Stage runs past the Nur sery twice a day. Fruit Trees, SHRUBBERY, AND HERBACEOUS PI ANTS BEAUTIFUL BOUQUETS Can bt wbtainetl at the Nursery. C. W. T.AWTON*. Proprietor. PULETSOUNDSTONEYARD If ir ' T IVI. J"• dv A M HI HIYC 11 Ihe Hrad of Yr&lrr's Wharf. SEATTLE. Eveiy variety of CemeU-ry W. rk executed lu Marble ami all other Htone, wltl neatneaa and dlapatcb. Alsn.%ll kiti.laof B Material kept for the market. Alan, attent for the aale of the San Juan 1.1 c.a All ot'lera promptly tilled, and aa'.iefactton (itar actee.l. r. «». €». v. HI.IVi: BRANCH Ledge, NO. 4. meets I* .k* every WEDNESDAY F.VENINQ at 7* o'clock, in the Mason-.c Rail. or the order are Invited to attend, ltjr order of the N. U. DRESS MAKING ! MRS. 11. R. SPWtiLK, 1 VST ARRIVED FKOM CALIFORNIA. AN el noun.-ra that the will >!• DRFSS-MAKIKO at !srr residence, house of J. I). Smith, corner of ; Second an I Stewart atresia; ur will go oat by the day or werk at the optiou of cuatomerg. Beat of itferences given. Jyll-dlm MRS. H. R. SPANGLE, j A. o. r. /■ RT WASHINGTON*. NO S.BW. ANCIENT " Ot.Ur of Tort-ater*. hods t.« uieetirga at Maecnl.- Hall every aecoud and funrth Monday in ea- h uii n»h. All member* of the order in good stacding are cordial) v invited to attend T order of the Cocrt. »Jl-dtf R. X. BTLATT free. Seattle Soap Factory. ENOCH i HEW, PROPRIETORS, Corner Main and Second Street*. The very heat qualities ~f Family and Toilet Soape alwaj* .-n hand *. Id l»iow San Kraeciaco pmea SI'KCIA L. U«»n itil mill men should not fall Uex tliime ou» Vw ski 1 lirra** It la bettertfcaa oil and mnrn cneaper. Only 3u Cecta a liailc*. asd merr&anta will ted It »• 'H-lr advantage W glrs M • call. JyH t MISCELLANEOUS. B U Y YOUR GOODS » m B R 0 miian & c a THEY KEEP THE LARGESI ASSORTMENT, AND Si.LI. CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHEIt HOUSE X3ST THE TER R I TO It Y All Kinds of Cooper's Work Dune• at kbort notlc* ami at LIVISO PRICES aiul FISH & BEEF B.IRRELN Alwaya oq hand at tl <> Cooper Shop of George Sidney, Front St., near North Pacific Urewcry. JjMdtf THE STATE INVESTMENT ANI) INSURANCE CO. Fir© da Marino. Cash Assets, - - $480,000. Principal Office. No. 409, California St. San Francisco. orr ICKBS: PITS* Demur*, Prw*t.; A. J. BRTAWT. Vic*-PI. CIUILU H. Cctmxa, S*oreUry. A. P. HOT A 1.1 VU. A Otun! Afiid for o:ifua uJ VuL:i »V>n, portl*n.l, Orrg<-n. KIRST-ei.ASS UISKB SOLICITED C. C. Perkins, Agent.. M. L. CAVANAU6H, HANI'FACT PEEK OF SASH, DOORS. Blinds, and Mouldings. •fttcul itUJUou (Itm> to SHIP WORK. Factory L'nJer Caiman's Mill. SMttlc. Aprl 16. irr. .plf-dtl £. B. Moore, DEAI.EB IX Fresh and Salted MEATS *t»d a ge&eral »aaort incut of *• oeert en Also, tb« beat brand* of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Corner of Third ft Union StrnU, Seattle. P.ILLIARI' \c. THE ADELPHI fee ROOT STr.EET. OPPOSITE VESLFKU WATT. Billiards, FLYNN & ANDERSON, ' I'KOPRIKTOUS. PONY SALOON K«j.t by BK.\ MIUI'IIV Comer Commercial and Malu street. oitoo&ite the 17. S. Dot.a. the plaoe t»i visit W Lave the Inner * 1..4U replenished. Cigars. Tobacco, Wiues, and Liquors tlwaya on l.iiu*. "NED'S SALOON!" COMMEBCIAL STRF.fcT, (F<inner]y occupied by M*t. Keith.) rs NOW OPEN FOR 1U SIXESS, AKP THOSE I favoring it with tluir patronage will find the lar KQppllfid with tits choicest goods* ftnd all obliging an 1 etii iont Barkeeper to wait up n them. I have a number of l'rivato Club l!oiuu> for the accommodation of the pubic. Ojiea til hourf . f the Jay and night. NED I'KKKINS, jy.tl.«itf Proprietor. MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon ! ON MILI. STKKET SEATTLE, W. T. The Finest JJ WINES, UOUOKS & CIGARS Constantly in hand. RICrBKV A: CO.. Proprietors. The £!dorado, v BY THE. CHOICEST LIMB i m Attache ! to tLc 9kloon t* a First-cl**** B.ESTAU VANITY PAIR ! Tlie 5-Ceni Saloon, As goo<l a j;!ass of lieer as can l)c had in the city for Sets. The 1 jest of liKJilors lOcts. A good Cigar 1(1 eta. m. ii ii nun i ca The Grotto SALOON, Mill Street. Seattle. W. T. ALGAR & NIXON Proprietors aim saloon i FBOKf STREET, YESLEK'h CORNEU. Tlie Choicest Lips & fears. J. 6 ITIIS. PHOPBIKTOH. mhl6 Bed-Rock BARBER SHOP! IT AVISO OPEXEI» A NEW SHOP. AKI> 1 1 m :Lr ki-rviors if . Attld, we »re pr« p«r*l to di«j*nw T,,:.»"ri» i lumr.u to tfct entire »&tj»f». ti. uof »>i. Shaving, 25c; Kair Cutting, 25c Shampooing, 25c. L.!!**' tii.l Children'* Hair C.ittlLg »-iJ Wanking a tp»* :*lty. Hbop <m Mi ! street, uext ia<r to Ht.Charie. Saloon. ieU-dtf H. CLARK, icoxTßieroßj wilder. GUARANTEES FlliST - CLASS ' WORK A 7 THE LO WE- THA J EH. Hut comp!«i« outfit for railing and Ci-jrlng buildings, ai.,l will *tt»L i to aueh < rier* will nul diapaUh. Front Street, opjobite the Pavilion. 1 I*l6-1 m isoklla n kous. CrawForf & Harrington" IM rOIMKISS ANI) JOHBEKS s E A. T T JL. E, "W. T , Have on lwnd a largo and well assortod stook of «»od« n their line. cimsistmg of Foreign and Domestic Hard way© and Outle?^ - and SSec!. nsMorUMl. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and fining Implements, 4 rocker) and E'ninhilOii Hemp and Manilla Cordage, C.roceriesand Provisions. Wines Liquors, Etc. FiRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C W TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOKJ BALK FROM WHARF THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, &c. Ladies and fonts' Furnishing lioods, Truirks, VALISES, ETC. Our Spring Stock has arrived, ami comprises the most Fasliio mUe ; oous m the market. We eal! speeial attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. O-EINrXS" KATS -A. SPECIALTY IIOVI), POMS & YOUNG. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER. UKtliofT & sVal<l» V W * 4| 5 f >■ "*i( fe 1 2 ! x ' '-■ ? £ » : -MKkfc H i*3Q I == « ; I'] • v tit ° 40 £ -jpj fcj[ ■"•■' ■/ > \ it || ii, ij. \ I I Aarioultural Implomonts 2 L. P. SMITH <FC SON WATCHES Clocks, JEWELRY, ; _2 £. .' " h ""' kil "'' *y. illlllu " tuT ' t They return their Hincerc thanks to 11^\\\»VV'I tho v< ry generous patron- -+-*. -kiiuc their return fiw I'l-as* Call arjil Examine our Stock. Our .Hollo is—Fair Dealing, (Juick Sales ami Small Profits. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. Jol'J-dtf WA CHUNG & CO., CHIM TEA STORE, Brick Store, Corner of Washington and Third Streets, Seattle, AGENTS FOR TAE SING, The (Jreat Oil Painter of Hongkong, and Entailer of Photo* graphs to Life Size. Chinese Landscape Pictures, Oil Paint ings, also for Sale. C<mtrm<t ir«, Mill OwneiSjtijd <t ! >er*. requiring Chinese help, will (»e fur n h <1 at »! ort notice. The Highest Price Paid for Uvc Hog*. €<■■ «( €'€»•» Wholesale & Retail Chinese Merchants, SEATTLE W. T. NO. 71.