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vol,. Hi- PROFESSION AL ( ARDS. " D . P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T„ . rr<)RVt;7-A T-J.A w, HO I.TV IT OH IS AND J'ItOCTOR ]'s ADMIRALTY. mh2l f M nir">KT». C IT. ' Aicroay. ELLSWORTH * HANFORD, AttorncyH-At-Law. Cniliiinr.Cosmereial St. " ' *F.%TTI.»:. W. T. _ in t'!'' .rt» of Washinirt'.n Ter „ ~ l #n»nai rtteu" " «i*ea to Bankruptcy ,ltary. Si"" in hl3 en— f»«lM M' *»»«■*• ' QO * L * a * t fcXAUOUT & LEAHY, i TlOltSh' YS - AT - 1. AW, S'>l. K7- ' Tom /.v c//AxrKitr, & ritoc- TOh-i IN A DM I HALT)'. ffill practice lu the District ariJ Supreme Xr. Iy*ry will K 1 *" *1"" attention to Col '«rtl<>u". Cooveyaii' intf, .V<" ; also t" the purchaee iad sale ''f lt< n! Kstste. Ja-J nth. IKJ2. Jyis MRS. S. D. HEWES, M. 0. Oy if ihf Pir>t Lmlv in Sedifiw, Offer* her services to the people of Seattle and lii • Siirtli Pai.ific Coast. Mrs. l>oct< r Hew * cornea West aft« r ten yesr* t,f constnit sii i *ucie,<ful pracHce. Will open fcer b"U»e to the si'k. Mothers can And a home, sitii the be-t medical att. ndance durum confine, meut.aii'l patients for general medical treatment. Will ti.'st Hi' sick l>y letter, and fill orders for MeafV'se by mail or express, ItMiilence on I'nlon strrs-t, lietwvn Fourth and fifth. mjrW-dwtf DR. G. BRYANT, IMiyslcian anil Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, \V. T. ORS. k. IH. B. BAGLEY, Homaop at hist SEATTLE, W T. OK. II H BAOI.EY, LATE PHOFESHOR OF Prlu'liiles and Practice of Surgery In the Wlrliltfsn Central Medical College, will make o|wr«tlv« Hurie-ry ondHarfical Illsenses s si>rclsl- I r. snd will attend to calls In any part of the ImsA. dm DII.C.V.C4LHOIIN, Sonttlo, XV- T. No 1, l>iNt*af('h Building, Occl- UouUl Hotel. DR. G. A. WEED, M'RUKOK AMI PHYSICIAN, HKATTLE, W. T. D. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Nrtutnrnt Fr >nt Room, ui>-i»t*lm rriuroth%} « Block. Heatti*. \V. r JySi "DE2STTISTJR.Y. J - r ORACBE, DENTIST. OF flee In stone 4 I i ttt's New Build 4LUT lag on Oummcrvlal >treet. All work >.»ui.tfed. .^J.S.MAGGS, Dentist, OKPJIC.K, MILL STREET, Cvn Saddle arid llsmess Kb.re, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. rjH. EMro MapHism —AND HYDROPATHY ! Mf EI.F.<TRO it AONETIC MEDICATED *ATU(i a til Core P«r» yala. Rliruuiall*ui. JJ* *jl kied» of Kervoue Aff«Uou». Alao. wlli the Blond, aiiJ cai:*e tkiKuiub action of ■•lßnm , r k -* 1; . f the l«,l> **»«e taken try c. uira t. •»I*ire at the Eureka Bath Rooms acawaaai'ttca'a avoat, COMMERCIAL STREET. "■Mtai H. DOANE A. MACKINTOSH. ■ViUry Public and Conveyancer, toal Estate and Tux Acent. **•««. t of Title to all Usdl Jl^**' ! l Will aitetul to the purchaaa aad g. "M'ttja! rt»m Paget Smtud. Special «o Tranafer of Real Fatata and fcnv-ril*' fMMait solicited aiil aaUa •f«fct»; H ~ nearly oppualta the "Oc- H. CLARK, rovrHtfrflß 4 WILDER. V^ FIRST - CLASS °FI*I AT NM LOWESTKAIKS. ! l «rtt f r railing and aiortaf |N _2 #e «*4 win atteai to aueh ordar* wttfc «*ataß. IMU wppoaita-th« l k aT it ion. BREVITIES. Hayes ignores gin. Mortoa renegues on sott craW The Railroad King—Gum Kir.g. Helen his sold 71,000 of h.r babies tbus far. The blue griss t'ever seems to !>e dying a natural deatn. Washington street coit* are sttll too short to draw n.jils out of the sidewalk. Blaiue wa:!t.<i to annex Canada so as to even up the weather in America. Night-gowns with Iwy windows in them ar« getting obselete the-c foggy nights. A New Yorker advertises one ptnuy reward for his lv»*t, strayed or Stolen wife. What did the spider do when be catne out of the ark : He took a fly and went home. < >ur funerals are too showy. What w« would like to *< u is less ostentation and more tears. It is an error to imagine that women talk mofe than ,nrn. They're listened to more—that's all. Dr. Mary Walker says that she didn't gut up ilm strike, but it is well enough to keep an rye on her. Show ith the small boy who would not rather hold up his pants with his hands than wear suspenders. Another war Ins occurred at the East —this time between Jtniiky Kceneskaw and the Ba-dii-Baznuk Jay Uouldski. A Sinta Cruz lady has just invented a nobby bathing suit It consists ot a jaunty hat of goat skin and a pair of sandals. Can any one describe the feeling that runs around a mail's jaw while sitting ou a tack ? We don't think that a pen can This is the latest form of wedding invitations: '*Com<; irrouud and see me capture a motlier-io luw at 8 o'clock, sharp." • Many young meu are led to look upon ballet girls as angelic beings, because they see them closely associated with "wings." Mr Hayes belie vex that the Indiana would make good soldiers, and he is right. They would look exceedingly well in the dead-trench Newly-married daughter: "Mamma, how long docs the honeymoon last 'f" Practical parent: "Until you ask your husband for money." The Spring Valley water company advises the people to "go easy" on wa ter, as the supply is getting scarce. The milk cans, however, remain faith ful. It is stiiil the garroters have to serve an apprenticeship of two years la-tore tlicy can go out on the street anil tackle a Congressman with a short neck. The "voice of nature" is particularly distressing to the young father who, in tin* middle of the night, clutches fran tically at the paregoric bottle, and fiuds it empty. Urick Pomeroy'a regular morning greeting: "Ha ! Seems to me I've wen you beforo. Let me think. We were married yesterday, weren't wo i"— lioeherter Democrat. - The world would be a sandy desert of lonesomcness if women were not privileged to attend auction sales and pay more for an old bureau than a whole chamber set would cost. The ministers of San Francisco meet every Monday afternoon, ostensibly to exchange views upon the means of re deeming sinners; but we have a vague suspicion it is to swap sermons. Poor peopld will be gratified to learn that uuails cause iiuttatnniation of the bowels to those who eat them. Toast on which (piails have stood should not lit! left where children can get hold of it. If the stiike at the East should con tinue ten years, not a woman in San Francisco would care a whit—but if they were not allowed to wear six-but toned gloves, every on* of them would lie plunged ill grief. Ann Eliza isn't making much noire these days, but she is alive and well. Sh« rode in the same scat with General Sheridan the other day, and the domes tic lecture he got kept him thinking * u hole wetik. llcr Majesty Queen Victoria has been pleased to api«*fint Lady Elizabeth Phi lippti liitlviu 1 |>!i extr.i woman of tt# liitl-ckmubrr. Ami they »»y it in be»u --! it'al to mo b«-r tuke a pillowcase l>e twecii bcr Iwlh and slip tbo pillow* in. How f«-w voting men and women tli«.re are who (Ved spiritually, a* it were, on the elevating and inspiring influinoe of ltyrouic poetry, that imagine, until long after, there is smell a deep ana solid happiness in a square meal of bean* or corn beef and cabbage. • Tbcro w*» one Syracuse man who didu't daro go home at all the other night, but slept out under the trees somewhere, lie had been on a Sunday school railroad excursion. ar.<l when the party started home was so gallant in agisting a handsome young lady on hoard the cars that be let Ins wife uuss the-train, aud she had t« follow on by the way freight. Under the circum stance*, we don't thiuk home would be exactly safe for bim A fashionably dressed and «ii»tia guinbM-lockirg miss applied to a Broadway variety theatre during the pa-t »eik tor the privilege of debiting is a Wtilad singrr. Sh« w»s referred to the leader of the orchestra for trial. That gentleman, awed by her gorgeous trailed skirt and flaring G*in-l>or»ugh hat »!!d feather, asked in a subdued tone a-i he turned his viol to: "What do you sing, madam?" "Oh. anything." was haughtily responded S.»mewbat pu«- ried to sel<*t from such an extensive repertoire as implied In "everything,' he mildly ventured: "Do you know •Kileeu Alanna?* " Looking at the wan of «atgut contemptuously, the dashing • mademoiselle replied with a sneer. • Know her? t should think I do. She can't sing for a cent. You bet y"U ll say so after you have hc*rd n»." Tl at i Mttled the matter. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1577. MISCELLANEOUS. INFORMATION WANTED ! "[MMEIiUTFXV OF THE FIFTKZX ( IS) 1 Sblpwrecksd Marlnera who wrrt placed >o board the r. *. Frigate "Constitution," Capt J"bn Percival. by the r. S. Conau! at Vaiparaiao. Chile, June IS, be earned to an American port. The parties themselves. or their heira, will iearu something to their advaetage by addraaaing or applying to ALISERT M SXYDER. Attorney for t". S. Claims. Seattle, King Co . W T. Patents for Inventions, Land Patents and Lai.J Warrant* obtained ; Pensions, Bounties. Extra Pay, Prize M >ney. Clair:,a for Hrsea, ami other Property lost or deatroyed m the service of the lotted State*, collected ; unsettled accounts of ex-oßclals of the Cirii Service, Army and Naval tjfflcem. adjusted before the various Departments of the General Government. Caa be aeec at Office DAILY IvnuxJiißXCEt. attfl dawlm A. M . 8. Farm for Sale. * ______ rpHF. UNDERSIGNED OKFEKS HIS PLACE 1 in the Snoquaimie fcr sale. It contains l'.'O Acres Bottom Land, and to Acres Tiif.bered T'p land, sloping per.fly to the river. It is 1J miles from Hnoqualmi* City, at the river trussing. 9 from Lake Washington. and '.*o from Seattle. Fifty acre* slashed, 2U acres in tirass, 4 acres of upland grubbed for au orchard , JJ tons of hay on hand. The place has three-quarters of a mils frontage ou ths river, is safe from overflow, and has a clear atream of water running through, which can be brought in the house, barn ur milk house. Is valuable for lumbering, having a good deal of timber on it. and la the first key point for getting nut t-ie timber on the adjacent six or eight sec tions, and has agtVNl bay for booming. The loca tion is central, and affordsa good steamboat land ing A hotel and store would do well there st the present time, and it is convenient to six log- King camps now in operation. House sud tools ou the place. Cause of selling, weak lungs. For further particulars Inquire of GKORGK WHITE. aul7-<Un tf • Snoqualmie River, W. T. A NEW MAP —OF— —AND— SURROUNDINB COUNTRY -IN- Washington Territory, Complied from the ltUnit authentic turveyi, will b« FublidbeU September luth, by EASTWICK, MORRIS & CO., CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS, SEATTLE. W. T. UiiMiin backed on rollers, or folded In still cloth covers, price 93. Sent free by mail on receipt of price. au27-dtf FOR SALE. /•/ \ TONS TIMOTHY AND CLOVER IIAY " M ' for sale at Falls City. TO CATTLE DEALERS: Who wish to Feed their Stock with a superior article of Hay, or to have them fed, I oiler a rars opportunity, as I have every convenience requi site, and will gjve them a bargain. JAMES ENTWISTLE. Falls City, August 13, 18*7. •sult-dira HALL'S Safe & Lock Co. H. V. ROWLAND, Apt, SEATTLE, W. T. N B.—l'arttea wishing to buy a Safe-wil'. find It to their Interest to call and examine prices, Ac., of this old snd reliable Company, before pur. chasing elaewhere. auTsltf BOARDING ! VMAN AND WIFE. OU A COCPUt OF RE apevtable tneu. can be anotutundaled with • ll,>ajf> and li.nrJ m t fnnufamily, If panuaneat Addreaa H. Y. Z. thli office. Ku bmiimrr* dm 4 ■PP'y-fIHH laia-Utf To Those Wishing to Secure Homesteads! W. B. HALL, Surveyor and CItII Engineer, OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO PARTIES WISH IOk to aacara Home* til Washington Tern- It*?, aither by U niHiiJ or Pre-emption. H he U th.-ruughiy with th« land not yrt taken op. Term*. \t-ry reasonable. Apply ta peraoti or by letter to ly» W. B. BALL. Seattle. NOTICE! rpBE TREAStREB OF KINO COI'XTT. W. T.. 1 will radeaoi on j mentation all outetaiMlinc Warrant* drawn > n the iVxwty land of aald c-uolj. leant <1 [ifi.ir to and Inc.udlu* X<> !rt. of the Seriea of 1«"6 Slatember term. No interval will be ai:--wed <0 aald a arrant a aftrr ju day* frwiu Uie date of thla notice. OEO D. BILL. Treaaurar. Office <4 Omnty Treaaurar. I • Seattle, W. T., Aaynat loth. I§T7, j aaXVd«wl A. O. F. t iotrt washinotojj.no. s.sas. ancient O Ordar of Fomtoi, Ma tta umUcii at Maaoaic Hall eaaiy eeeoad sad f. urtb M*tay in wck iwalk. All tuensbera of tto ordar la gomd amllin ara eordiali » I net tad to «Uand Br order of tta Oocrt. sJI-dtf B. M. BTLATT. tec. MISCELLANEOUS. BUY YOUR GOODS « m B B 0 senilis & c 0 TJIEY KEEP THE L AUG ESI ASSORTHENT, AND SELL CEEAFER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE X3ST TH.E TERRITORY All Blinds of Cooper's Work Done at abort notice an 1 at LI VI Mil PRICES and FISH & BEEF BARRELS Alwaya on hand at tlie Cooper Shop of George Sidney, Front St., near North Pacific Brewery. Jy23dtf THE STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO. * Flro tto Marino. Cash Assets, - - $480,000. Principal Office. No. 409, California St. 8a h Francisco. orrKERRi Prru DOBABC*. A. I. Bararr, Vice-Pi. t'yum H. Crimm), Secretary. A. I*. IIOTALIXU, A •.. Owpnl Agents for Orsgon and Kub'j «(UL, Portland. Oregon. FIK.-T-< I.ASS HISKS SOLICITED C. C. Perkins, Agent. ATTENTION! No USCDMII sleep eolj if it wer» irenersllj knearn • that T. P. FREEMAN, OF THE SEATTLE VARIETY STORE Bu recently r»«i»«t and bu for sal* at a*ton tahlngly low price*. a large lot of Second-hand' Mattresses, Blanb eLs Pillows k Bedsteads. Also a larg* lot of Ff* «■ »*t« of tbc aamektnd. Ha wleheseleo to call attacuoa to bu large stock of Huuw furnishing Ilnrdwarr, CrtM k< ry Gla*»wa>-e, More*. Furniture, Lam pa, Coal Oil, Ac. Botb wcoo.! band aad New. All for aala at ruts, oualj low prtoaa Call and eeebiaefcxk. slCtf \OTIIE OF DISSOLITIOI 'I'HE FIRM OF BEAN McCALLISTER * CO. 1 ia tbia day dissolved. John U. McCalllster r*uring. The deWe will be patti by tha sew flrui of Bean A McCaUlater. aad all credits ara now own« 1 by it. Tba boslacas will be continued by the new f.rtft at tk. oid at ami. with a fall stock of the baat Materials the market a»*ds JOHX a XcCALLItTEB JAMES L BEAK, A. O. McCALUSTEB. Ai|Wt BHb. I*H. Ita-dlWtlaw BILLIARD SALOONS, \i The Grotto SALOON, Mill Street. Seattle. W. T. ALGAR X NIXON Proprietors POST-OFFICE SUM. MILL STREET, SEATTLE. \LWAYS ON HAND. PILSEXER'S C RLE BRA ttnl lio r TLED LAGER; an J Schini»*g'« and til other Kinds of LA'IK It It K[E li ,'| 1.1 \<III.O\ ATfclLI. HOI KS. FRANK tiUTTENBKKO, *u27-otf Proprietor. "" THE ADELPHI fBM. FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE YtSLKH'S HALL. Billiards. r FLYNN & ANDERSON, myl& PROPRIETORS. PONY SALOON Kept I'T BEN MUUPHV Corner Commercial and Main street, oppotite the U. S. Hotel. ' IM the place to vtait to tiava the Inner A man replenished. Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, and Liquors Alwaya on hand. " NED'S SALOON !" COMMERCIAL STREET. (Formerly occupied ly Mat. Keith.) IS NOW OPEN FOR lUSINESB, AND THOSE 1 favoring it with their patronage win ninl ttie liar Mipplied with the choicest goods, and an obliging an i efficient Barkeeper to wait upon them. I have a number of Private Club Rooms for the accommodation of the public. Open all hours of the day and night. "NED PERKINS, Jy.')l.«ltf Proprietor. MERCHANT EXCHANGE Saloon ! OX MILL STREET SEATTLE, W. T. • The Finest g WINES, UOUORS & CIGARS Constantly on hsnd. ! KIGBEY & CO., Proprietors. The gldorado, BT r r«»Hi wmlllft, THE CHiICEST lIIOSS & CIKABS Attached to the Saloon la a Firat-claas R33STAU RANT. VANITY FAIR! The 5-Cent Saloon, As good a glass of Beer as cau be : had in the city fur scts. The best of Liquors 10 cts. A go.>l Cigftr 10 cts. val mm & co, IlLPfl SALOON ! FRONT STREET, YESLEH'S CORNER. Tie Choicest Lips & Ciprs J, CiIUFFITHS, PROPKIETOIt. uiUl6 NOTICE. OFFICE. CITY TRF-ASrBEK. I tkattle, W. T., iujut 4th. IS7T. # I'HE TAX I.IBT OF THE CITT OF SEATTLE 1 for the year 1P77 la now in toy hau<t»an:l .iae. Alt T»*«• not pstd on »r before O tuber loth, I*CT, will Lc returned delinquent, and [*r rentage •ddtd. H. W. ROWLAND. City Trsasurw. 1 Office it Meddoci'e Vrag Mot*. tui-lU Crawford k Harrinqtonj J 7 IMPORTERS AND JOBBRKS S JE A. T T _L, E, w. T_, Have'on hand a largo and well assorted stock of goods a their line: consisting of Foreign ami Domestic > Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Btlacksmitli and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implements. $ Crockery and Glassware. Paints A Oil llemp ami Manilla Cordage, Oroceriesand Provisions. Wine.^ Liquors, Etc. AOENT3 FOR THE . % FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, AC. LIT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR] SALE FROM WHARF t CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON, k SEATTLE. W. T* July Ist, 157.1. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, &c. I,allies and Gents' Furnishing Trnirks, VALISES, ETC. Our Spring Stock has arrived, ami comprint*' tlu< most Fasliio lal.le (ioods iu the market. We call sjn-cial attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. GENTS' HATS A. SPECIALTY boy#, posciii & young. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES DY EVERY STEAMER. PINKHAM & BAXE, AIIK SELLING TIIEIR C L O T HINC ! WESTS FURSISHINC! WOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IX Till-! COUNTRY. »uS L. P. SMITH & SON UliVe ' Uht rmive<l * Largo Additi. »i 9 WATCHES Clocks, JEWELRY, «f*jj<(is%} jj i l\\\\\Y,*■, They itturn tbeir tiinccre thni'.ko t<> ll>i* j ulilic for tbo very gf-u* roua j at run K'stowid since their rtturn* from Please Call and Examine our Htock. Our Motto is—Fair Dealing, (Juick Sales and Small Profits. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Rrewery. I JelMlf W. A. JENNINGS, WI>o!e«»l« »r.d Retail Denier In CLolcr EKEIIES, PMISIONS, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, &C. Imported and California Wines, Foreign ami Domestic Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. AH GMKU OuarautivJ us Represented. (Jood* I slivered in tli* City Free of Charge OomxuorolAl stroot, Seattle. "W • T» MISCELLANEOUS NO. 82.