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VOL. NI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. XMENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., , rrOßinfY-A T-LA W, SOLICITOR tnCBANCSBT, AND PROCTOR li ADMIRALTY. mh'2l • Xugwomr* C.H.Hawo«». ELLSWORTH & HANFORD, AttornejH-Al-liaw. ifr.w taKitta! loilfling.CouHnerria! St. aCATTI F. W. T. |irtlr tit Court* >f Washington Ter imfUl stoat lon giren to Bankruptcy fHjjl ■r**" mhl3 ||(||W Lull leSAUGHT * LEARY, i TTORMYA -AT- LAW, SOLICI TOR* 1* CIIANCKRY, A PROC TORS IN ADMIRALTY. Wll! rfsetlce In the District m l Bapreina - LasrT will *!»•> ■poctkl attsntloa to Oul- I jjT>i»»- oMT«7*nelutt. sc.; also to tta* purchaee w. Its. S. 0. HEWES, M. D. Ik if tk First Lilly Graduates in Medicine, oanhsrasnrlrcsto the people of Seattle slid Ike talk Coss f Kir Doetrr Bewes comes West aft« r ten years if nisstin' and sarrmwful practice. Will open Mother* can find a home, vttb ths bwt ntsdkal attendance during conflue nts! aad pstlenU for general medical treatment. WIS tost the sick by letter, and All order* for liilt'i- by mall or express. guidance Ob Colon street, between Fourth and IM. my»dwtf OR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. ORS. I. I H. B. tfAGLEY. UomeeopalhlstSy SEATTLE. W. T. Oa 1. ». BAOLET, LVTE PROFESSOR OF Prtndplea and Practice of Surgery Id tka Klrtlaaa Central Medical College, will make Oywatlve Hurgiiry an.l Surgical DUeaaaa a apectal tif. an* will attend to calls In sof part of tha wand. div e RR.G. V.CALHOUN, •oattlo, W. T. Mm K». 1, Dlapatrb Building, apposite ocol dental Hotel. OR. G. A. WEED, HURHEOJf AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE. W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D„ DENTIST, *Mwent Ofßo-iPmnt H.«m, np-atatra fcswttal". Block, Seattle. W. T. jy3l DENTISTRY. I. 0. OHASBE, DENTIST, OF- Basin atone ft I i »tfa New Bulld- tag on Commercial afreet. All work Km J.S.MAGGS, Dentist, MILL STREET, tarfcidle sad Banana Store. BABT OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. rxs. Electro Magnetism —AND— hydropathy ! Ml-jUtCtm, MAONBTIC MEDICATED JJSJt Wl Cure Paralyaia, Rbeumatiam. •* "ervoae AAacttona. Alan, will | and eaaaa thorough ac.ion of .^^®***wstns of the body, tj contract. ••••stthe ervwanaram's scons, OOMMERCIAL STREET. M> * H. DOANE. *• mackintosh, «*-T *iMle tad CoßYfy anrer, * and Tax Agent. | iSSSnai?* '•'•tie to all Lands §s«l2'- *"end to the purchaae and t?Ti ii a*i H. CLARK. •"wiwr _4 m\m FIRST I * *** LOWBST RA IKS. Kte tt* PtTiltoffi. The Play-Ground of the Dead.' Late I sat and lonely wandere I, By my melancholy led. Till I entered stately Green»»ool— Marble city of the dead ! When a str-tngely geutle feeling, Stole upon my troubled mind, And bestowed a sense of qui»t That I could not elsewhere find. In the thought that even infants Sleeping on their mother's breast, Might have found ujx>n earth's bosom, • Here—a still more perfect rest; And I yielded to the dreaming Of my trouble tortured brain, That had snatched a moment's respite From its overweight of pain, Till it seemed ait in the ttillnesa There arose a spirit-mirth From the melancholy hillock In the monumental earth. And I fancied—as the flowers Swayed and tossed in pleasant waves— That the dead ba<J turned to children And were playing 'mong the graves! Man returned again to childhood— To its innocence and tmth— To the confidence, the courage, Thut belongs alone to youth. *** ***** While the music of their laujhttr Rose above the summer sod, Like a grateful, joyous power To the one and holy God; 1 returned my footsteps homeward— That the hard, unhallowed tread Might not disturb the echoes In that play ground of the dead. Still, my Weu.ied soml is anxious, And my burdens ' spirit craves To l>e numbered W those happy Children playing among the graves. A French Adventurer who Lived like Monte Cristo, and Died • Pauper. Who could have ever thought, fif teen years ago, that M. Francois Bra vay would be reduced to die of hunger, or appeal, as a blind pauper, to the charity of strangers ? The fame of this mercurial -Pro/encal usay have readied here through an Egyptian channel. In Paris his wealth and ostentation were one ot the wonders of tbe empire. It pleased him to think the realities of bis lifu went beyond the imaginings of Dumas, the elder in, "Monte Cristo." M. Bravay paved the shoe-heels of Lis valets with diamonds, lined his carriage with gold and silver brocade and shod his horses with an amalgam of precious inetals. He was a swarthy merryan drew, without a grain of consicence, but good natured when be had no reason to be otherwise. A service of couriers supplied his table with fresh green vege tables and garden fruits in Winter. Hravay struck up a friendship with De Morny and Moc<|uard, who tiuanced him in Egyptian stocks. They did hiu> the iavor to eat his dinners and to in troduce him te the Tuileries. De Les scps found liini a valuable auxiliary, for Bravay had studied the weaknesses of Said Pasha, and ministered to him. His ministration was rewarded with the for tu je that be dashed about Frenchmen were taught bv him what a mine of wealth lay in Egypt, whither be emi grated from a cobbler's stall at Pont St. Esprit, in Proveuce. At Alexandria he eutered a ready-uiade boot and shoe shop, and was sent to take the Pasha's measure. In neasuring Said'c feet he read his character, and divined his ap [>etites. Tho Pasha was blaze and list ess; Bravay, iu his gretcsqne mirth, drew him from his torpor. Yioe-regal Said was tired ef the company of uuin tellectual bouris. The Pont St. Esprit filled hie palaee with clever musical urchins, which were imported fom the cities of Home and Naples These little lul'au artists dominated at Cairo, and Biavay was their overseer and ty rant. His ostentation, when he came to settle here, drew people to scan tbe sources of his wealth. Parisians are not straitlaced. but Bravay's method of spoiling the Egyptians was too much for them. He was received for tbe Bake of his mouey and wealth, and, very privately, in some respectable houses. At Court be was publicly taken by tbe hand. The Emperor sent him dowu to Xismes as an ouicial e- .didate. Ouis ot's friends there pr red for Heaven not to rain down fire . brimstone on tbe town. Bravay hr been twice re jeered, before this b'ipened, by the Corps Lejislatif, to which he has re turned, for inJifntiiie. That chamber was obliged by the Bmperor to aocept him tbe third lime he presented him self tor admission. * Said Pasha was prompted by M. Bravay to present to tbe Empress a gold coffee service, inlaid with gems and otn er knick-knacks. Whenever Lord Pal merston gained an advantage at Cairo against LBS— ps, the Tnileriee sent A n-J(T<int cobbler to counteract it. Forty-five Billion fran. <« «u lb* mi da* of M. BrtTty'i fortune when he , got tired of imitating Monte Cbristo end wont to Piedmont to vegetate with an Italian lady of tank. She bad a mania for Bourae and other epeenlationa, and often came to Pari* by herself o indulge in bar paction. Ha paid herj differences and was reduced by her to' the merest pittance—Bo,ooo francs, or thereabouts- Blindness overtook him; the contejsa died; and Bravay had to trust himself and the wreck of his fortune to a servant, who robbed him at Ge neva, leaving him in*the direct poverty. Death freed him, the other day, of hie misery, as be was on th« road to his natal commune. Ha was gong there to obtain leave from the mayor, who was his friend, to settle down iuto a wayside Bartimeus. THEY ashed a gentleman addicted to gambling if they played qvmr antt at Wieebartcn. "I heard that tbey did," he replied, -but to reach the room you have to pass through three others where there an rtmkU* lay-oat*. I I aavar wu able to penetrate that ftr." SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1577. Head of the Family. If ever the sympathy of a crowd of guests at a hotel was excited in behalf of a poor oppressed man, says the Tole do, Ohio, Bird*, it was a night or two ago at the llurnett House. A sreatle man and lady from Adrian entered the office. The man was small, slight, and harmless. The wo man was large, stern and quick-spokeu. while her voice fell upon the ear like the rasping notes of a hoarse buck-saw The man opened bis mouth and said: "We would li " when his spouse pushed him one side sharply, and said to the clerk: "Have you any rooms, sir?-' If so, give us the best you have." The clerk immersed the pen in ink, handed it to the husband, and said: "Will you please register?" The husband seemed grateful to be allowed to exercise his rights as a free born male American citizen, and step ped gladly forward, wrote the word Mr. and had entered on the somewhat labo rious contract of forming the letter "J," as the forerunner of the cognomen "James," when the wife again stepped forward, took the pen vrhich her little husband was wrestling with out of his hand, remarking as she did so, "Here, I'll do that!" and adding an "a" to her husband's "Mr.," wrote in a bold hit-or miss band. "Mrs. Malviua H," and underneath it, in small letters, the words, "and husband." The clerk theu assigned them their quarter*, and as the bell-boy led the way up stairs, the tatter half jerked the family carpet-sack off the counter, and snapped out at her husband in a tone that made bim jump no as te dis locate his collar-button, "Come along here!" lie followed meekly in the rear, and as the bell-boy came down stair he couFd hear her giving orders in refer ence te unpacking the baggage in a tone of voice that made the harsh notes of a ship captain seem in comparison like Ihe gentle cooing of a dove. The next morning the patient little man fol lowed his wife down to breakfast, ate tho meal which she ordered for bim, and afterward; when they came to de part, he stood in the doorway and held the valise while his wife went up and paid the bill. MISCELLANEOUS. S.&W.W.R.R. SEATTLE TO RENTON. OAB3ENOKB AND FREIGHT OARB WILL X leave Seattia every day (Sundaya excepted) at S H a. m.. and l p. m.; returning will lssrs Benton at 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. For freight or paasage, apply »t tha OSes ef tbe Company nt tbe Depot. J. U. COLMAN, jy2-dawtf Oeneral Superintendent. INFORMATION WANTED ! IMMEDIATELY OP THE FIFTEEN (IS) Shipwrecked Mariners who were placed on board the U. 8. Frigate "Constitution," Ospt. John Perclval, by the O. 8. Consul at Valparaiso, Chile, Jane It. 1846. to be carried to an American port. The partlee themselves, or their heirs, will learn something to their advantage by addressing or applying to ALBERT K. BJTTDEB, Attorney for D. I. Claims, Seattle, Elng Co., W. T. Patents for Inventions. Und Patents and Land Warrants obtained; Penuona. Bountlre. Extra Pay, Prise Money, Claims for Howes, and other Property lost or destroyed In the service of the United States, collected ; unsettled accounts of ex-offiela'e of the Civil Service. Army and Naval Officers, adjusted before the various Departments of the General Government. Can be asm at Office Daily IxrcLuaucu. au3l dawlm A. M. 8. Farm for Sale. rr*HE ntDEBSIONED OFFER* HIS PLACE L tn the Sooqua! mle fc-r sale. It contains 130 Acres Bottom Urd. and 40 Acres Timbered Cp land, aloptng A'l Jto the river. It la 11 miles from Sooqtulmle City, st the river eroeetng. • miles from Lake Washington, and X from Seattle. Fifty >cre« aiaahed, SO acres in graea. 4 term of upland grubbed for an orchard ; 90 ISM of hay (Ml kftßd. The place has three-quarters of a mils frontage on Us river, la aafa h<om overflow. and haa a dear stream of water running through, which can be brought in the hnwee, ham ee milk hows. Ii valuable for lumbering, hav ng a good deal of timber on it, and is the flrat key point for getting out l«s timbsr on the adjacent six or eight esc ttou. and has a geod bay far boeanlng. As loca tion Is aentral, and a*i la ayd stismtiost lead ing A hotel and store would do well there st the prisial time, sad It is convenient to stt log* gtrg canape now tn epiraUea. Bowse aad toola o« the place. Cause sf sailing, weak lungs Pur Nasi particulars Inquire of OEOBGE WHITE, anlT-dawtf Snoqualmle Eivsr. W. T. A NEW MAP —OF— —AKD— SUIROIRBIRB COIRTIT -w- WsskiagiM Territory, Compiled from the latast satkealk surreys, will be PubUahad Septaaabar leth.by lAtTWKK, mint * CO., CIVIL A» MIX(NO EMfIWM. • BATTLE. W. T. MISCELLANEOUS. BUY tto xm . GOODS .« « B R a SCHWABACHER & . c o TREY KEEP THE LARGE SI ASSORTMENT, ANf) SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE TERRITORY All Kinds of Cooper's Work Don* it abort no tie# tad at LITIWQ PRICES and FISH & BEEF BARRELS Alwaya en hand at tlie Cooper Shop of George Sidney, Front St., near North Pacific Brawerjr. THE STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO. Fire tb Marine. Cash Assets, - - $480,000. Principal Office. Ho. 409, California St- Saw Francitco. orncnii RNU DWUICI, FIWL; A. i. BIUIT, TLWFI. Cknai «a H. OHM, Oarfetary. A. F. MAUM, * Oaaaral APTLL for 0.-fam and Vaato »ton, Portland. Or«fon. PI EST- CLAM RISKS SOLICITED , 0. C. Perkins, Agent. ATTENTION!; >o oaeneed aleop cold If It vara federally taon tkat T. P. FREEMAN, OP TD SEATTLE VARIETY STORE Saa wwlh fototTod aad kaa Mr aala al lataa laklagly low prlooa. a larjo lot o* Seennd-haad Mattresses, Blank els, Pillows A Bedsteads. Ala* a largo MafN* (tola of the aamoklad ■o vtahaaalaa la aallattaattoa to kla largo atock of Hoaae-forniahinf Hardware, Crockery, Glaaawai* Stovaa, Furniture, LAB pa. Coal Oil, Ac. Bc«h Sanna I >■! al 100. All for aala at rata, •voty tarn frtooa. CKU aad aaaktaataofc. alStf NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. rHX ram OP BIAS. MCCALLUTTEB a co. 1 atMa to dloootrod. Joha a. Monrtlletor re:irtag. TheieMa wtll bo galdky theaew Sna of BN* A McCelUatar. aad all oradHi aro IN onraad by u. The baataaaa will be cuatiaaed kg the aev arm ; at the old «Ml. Wl> a fail mil of tbobat JOHS a KdCALum j^aUcSufcee. IMki WT> BILLIARD SALOONS, &c. The Grotto SALOON, 111 Street. Seattle. W. T. ALGAR & NIXON Proprietor POST-OFFICE SALOON, MILL STREET, SEATTLE. VLWAYS ON HAND. PILSENER'S CELEBRA BOTTLED LAQEB ; and Sohmieg's and ail other kinds c * LAG Ell Bh\KR | I.VN« m:ON ATIVLI. lloi lts. FRANK GUTTENBERO, iu2T-dtf Proprietor, THE ADELPHI M.m. ■>«»«» :w, | FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE YEBLER"B HALL. Billiards. FLTNN & ANDERSON, myts PItOPBJETORS. T— PONY SALOON Kept by BEN MURPHY Corner Commercial and Main street, opposite theD. S. Hotel. Is the place to visit to late the Inner *■ man replenished. Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors Always on baud. " NED'S SALOON !" COMMERCIAL STREET, (Formerly occult 3 by M-t. Krtli ) T8 NOW OPEN' FOR BUSINESS. AND THOSE 1 favoring it with tbeir patrouaga will find the Bar supplied with the choicest goods, and an obliging and etttrieut Barkeeper to wait upon them. I have a number of Private Club Room* for the accommodation of the public. Opca *ll hour* of th« day and Bight. NED PERKINS, jy3l itf Proprietor. MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon! ON MILL BTHEET,* BZATTLZ, W. T. > Th* FLaest ( WINES, LIOUORS &. CIfIARS Constantly m band. RIGBEY & CO., Proprietors. fhe |ldorado t Tom «nsttl& 9 j m cieJp & cm Attacked to the Raloon la a Piiat-claaa VANITY FAIR ! The 5-Cent Saloon, As good a glass of Beer as can be ha«l in the citr for scts. The best of Liquors 10 cts. A good Cigar 10 cts. VAL WILDMAN & 10. ZILPy SALOON ! FROHT BTREET, TIIMK'S COBXKK. Tie Choicest Upon & tip J. GRIFFITHS, PROPRIETOR. mblA NOTICE. OPTICS, cm TUAstntn. > S<attic, W. T.. Aagaat 4th. in. J vac TAX i.urr OP THX crrr OP SEATTL* • X for the roar ISTT la aow ta my band* and do*. All Taua not paid « or before October Wk, l*n, will bo r-rtanod deHaqaoat. M>d pm mlaga U. V. BOWLASD, OUfTnuMt. OAce al Haddock"* Drag Mora. mi-U | • MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrfogton. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS • S E -A. T T X- E, w. x., Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock of goodi n their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted, Blacksmith and Carpenter Toals, Agricultural and Xinlng Implements, Crockery and Glassware, Paints A Oil Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceriesand Provisions, Winea, Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COM PAN IT OF LONDON, AC. I£T TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR] SALE FROM WHABV CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. SEATTLE, W. T.. July i»t. 1873. THE ARCADE ! - FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. • DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES. <fcc. Ladies and Vents' Famishing Coeds, Truks, VALISES, ETC. Our Spring Stock Las arrived, and comprises' the most Fuhiotiabl* Goods in the market. We call special attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. GENTS' HATS A SPECIALTY. BOYD, POM YOUNG. HEW GOODS AND MEW STYLES DY EVERY STMimni PINKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING THEIR CLOTHING ! —AND— dlfflS FURNISHING COOK CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY. iuS L. P. SMITH & SON HATS just received • Larga AdditiM to their Stock of WATCHES JEWELRY, or •very dwirable atjla ud kind. ' TheT . retarn their nßcn* tkihi to J,u^lic for tb " Ter J (nwow patron *g« baitowed since tbeir return fro* * California. Please Call and Examine our Htock. . Unr Motto in—Fair Dealing, Quick Sales and Small Proflts. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brawny. fit-mi W. A. JENNINGS, WISOIMMI* H4 BMail Nilw la Okota* GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEEDER Imported and California 110 Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Cigars All Good* Guaranteed as Represented. Oooda IMivend ia^H^v of Charge NO. 81.