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Thursday, Sept'r 20, 1877. The Meek Detroiter. There are lomc meek-faced ar.d ten der hearted peeple in thi« rity <>t I)e tr-iit. There is one in i»:Tr» I- .r. *A k<> own* H ho'j«eaud hit ll> tin a-tern p»i» of the city. Another <it z< n, whose face doesn't \ftrty not k, •-«, owu» a vacant lot next to him, md a f> w <i iy »CO be wanted to buy the tit- • k faced wan out and build a factory c-v both lots. Tht figure* were Ur, high, and b« went »wty inir m d nnd revengi ful. Co : i ri(4 arn>s* a*howman who wonted to net up hi- tent nnd ex hibit h will) nixn nnd other interesting specimens of life and death, he gnve him the free nw: of the vacant lot. It was utipul »ted »h i' a hand organ sin u'td b'- kej t bells rung now and then, and if the wild mm uttered v>ll occasi jiiftlly so much 'he bt-tter. When the Hi'ek-fa' xd ' ViW thi* t- lit put up, a tender, forgiving smile eroded hn fate, and lie uiu le far a printing office. About the time the showmaii wan to open the doors to the mix ious public, the meck-faced citizen w-»s reaily with his signs and tack hammer. "Gentlemen, walk 111 and sec the great Ktckapoo kangaroo from Kalama zoo!" said the showman. •'Tuck ! tack and up went a sign on the fence reading, ' Look out for small pox !" A second and third fol lowed, and the meek-faced man was putting up a fourth when the showman closed a bargain with a truck to move him down town. He wasn't over fif teen minutes packir.fr »nd lending. and when the lot wa« cl< ar the meek laced citizen set on his door -tep and milled : "Ho who wants to sell out let him sell, aad I wonder how much ahead they are "f" AWFUL CARNAOE IN lOWA— Seven Mai'aehusetts sowing machine asents and fourteen bonk agents invaded this county on-* day last week. The gover nor wa» immediately urged to send troops, hilt he said he had no military at his command, but he wculd send a couple of lightning-rod men and a chroiuo man, who would talk the in vnders to death. Then liurlii>i;ton just got up and went over the river nnd hid in the wood* until the totinds of car nage died away. And as the pule uionii rose iip slowly and calmly, »ho lock'-d d''wll and saw the cold corpses of seven sewing machine agents nnd two light ning-rod men, while the only living creature that roamed the awful field wax u deaf chroiuo man in the wild, fierce delirium of the lock-jaw.— liur- Ungton Hmrkrye, Suppose life doesn't pleas« you, Nor the wny some people do— Do you think the whole creation Will be altered just for your And isn't it, my boy or girl, the wisest, bravest plan, Whatever comes or dosen't come, to do the best you can? MISCELLANEOUS. To Those Wishing to Secure Homesteads! W. B. HALL, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, i \FFERH HIS SERVICES TO PARTIES WISH- V ' Injf to WI.-IIPE HOIIICH In Waahltigton I>rr|. t»ry, either by Homestead or Pre-emption. »* he I* thoroughly at<|u*luied Willi tli* land not yet taken up. Term*. Tory rean.inable. Apply in peraou or l>y letter to JyVH W. 11. HALL. attiJ P. IS. S. (Vs Flrat-claaa Irou b.Trw Steaniahlp CITY of PANAMA I'apt. Scnbnrv, And the Cominodloua Bide-\l heel Sleamahip :djikota, Capt. Monte, Will «al! between thi' Porta of HAS FRANCISCO, VICTORIA, OI.YMI'IA and DEPARTURE BAY. leaving Han I'ranctaco and Victoria »u the 10th •Juth mu l soth day of each utoptb, and connecting at Victoria wltli Steamer* for Nrnaliuo, New Weatnilnat* . Yale, Frater River. and with Piifrt Hound Mall Mteani*r* for other Port*. and at StW TACOMA with Northern Puilr Railroad fur PORTLAND, ASTORIA, and all other Important point*ln Oregon. Through Ticket* cold to principal HtaUona oa Northern FaaiOr. Oregon and California Railroad*, and principal landing* on Columbia end Willam ette Blurt. Tlcketa Include Meaie and Bertha en Pacific Mall Steamer*. TICKETS.-Through Coupan Tlcketa wit I be »>ld by the different Traiiapot tation Coiupanlee from Portland to San Francieco; tlieaa Coupon* will be good on Pnjrt Sound Mail titeauiera frvui Tacoma to Victoria. Tlcketa art good onl* for the 81 rani era they are puivhaaed for. and are aot transferable; and If offered by any other (tenon than Hie party whose nam* they bear, will be rcfuaed. and full far* collected Freight for Olyuipla will only be delivered by the Dakota. 11. L. TIBBU.S, General Agent for Pucet Hound. fvtrt Townaeud NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ' I 'HE FIRM OK UEAX. U> < Al-LISTEK t CO. 1 M I lilt imj du*<!v*d. John It. Moi'«Utrt*r rrtmn# Tit* d*Ma will b» p*ia hjr Ik* arm Arm of Uru k MeOtlttrtrr. 11J kit cr*dit» ar* ajw i'»urU liy it. Tli* l>u»iu<** will N- tvullutitd bj th«> t>»* firm •t li« oUI ibikt. vlth • full *tock of tbr beat ktatrrl* • the n.ukrt Uiinli. JOHN 8. MoCALXitTER. JAIIKH R BE W A. O. ST CA LUSTER. Auitttkl *Hb, |»n. aaJl-dwUvlai «V i: YOKE or Heavy Work Oxen FOR SALE, W«U Irtvtk* r«f LtdU(. Appj to €. EISKNBKIS, Port Townaend, Or to L T. M.Oah|MN» M Timiik, J— tmjurr. im.wtm , HIDCBI.UHIOVS. NEW PATENT. A. C. CAMPBELL U\S A LATE IMPBoVEMEXT OX THE LEATHERS' ARTIFICIAL STOXE ! The Improved P»SfLt is dsted r 8 Patent Office, Dec. !9, l<f-S» 1*5.554. MI THIS IMPROVEMENT 9TOSF. CAN* BE I ) n.sde :uucli cbN|'r. fsster. and with a better noisb than by the LsstLers'old patent. Any one desiring to see the Stone rnsde by thi» late pro. cess, cau do so by rs! Im* »* my residence on Second etreet Seatt e. or at br Bagley's, where <•*ls be wen » VtM made of this last patent. The Vsee I sold hm. for 12"'. wbi. h could nt bs made of natnrnl stone for $; "/> suit then Bot any bettf r. I sin now ready to <-nntrsrt fur all kinds of Stone W. rk. Satisfaction tfiven, <>r no pa . 1 sj'i aiso prepared to eei, rights f -r any portion «f Washington Territory . Hh p Rights for |is; Touiity fr ;n. i J"'i to |1 ••(<:. slid upwards. Any per** n I tiylnx Uixiits will lie instmrted how to Ti.ak-lb-!-t ii- I siu the roe owcer of this Improved patent f-.r Wanhitigton Territory. jr/o-dtf A. C. CAMPBELL. J. 11. MARSHALL. ROBERT KMPE. Marshall & Knipe, Stem & Bmetfs Wharf, •> SEATTLE. W. T., I) EAL EK S IN GRAIN, HAY, A Nil— FARM PRODUCE! Goods received on Storage iu Whsrf Wsre liouse, at reasonable rates. Forwarding ami Commission BusiueKs prompt ly attended to. O iodn delivf re.l and Freights collected. All bu»ines» entrusted to our care will receive prompt and careful attention. niyT-Utf A NEW MAP -OF M<»n aid —AND— SURROUNDING COUNTRY -IN >Vasliin«lon Territory, Compiled from the latest. antheniic survey#, will 1m» Published S- ptember Kith, by EASTWICK, MORRIS & CO., CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS, SEATTLE, W. T. Mu»iiu harked on rollers, or folded in stlfl cloth cover*, price SJ. •y Bent Iree by mall on receipt of price. ■iu27-dtf FOR SALE. /'/ j TONS TIMOTHY AND CLOVER nAY for sale at Falls City. TO CATTLE DEALERS: Who wish to Feed their Stock with s superior article o[ Hay. or to have tliem fed, I offer a rare opportunity, as I have every convenience requi site, and will give them a bargain. JAMES ENTWISTLE. Falls City, August 13,1H?7. au!4-d2m Central Market! Cor. Frout aud Pike Streets. T. COULTER .KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND all klnda of FRESH AM SALT MHTS, I*EGET.IBi,ES t FAMILY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, And other supplies too numerous to mention. S. & W. W. R. R. SEATTLE TO BENTON. IJASSENGER AND FREIGHT CARS WILL X leave Seattle everyday .Sunday* excepted t at«H a. M . and 1 r. return!ug wtil '.ear* Rem,in at lo a. u and 4r. tt For freight or pasaage. apply at the Ofkce ef the Company at tL* Depot. J. M. COLMAN, jyi-dawtf General Superintendent FOR SALE ! hlYt: YOKE OF UR6E WORK OXEN ! Will be eoid t- getfeer or Hi«r«le y. Also, a COMPLETE OITFIT of LOGGING IMFLLM ENTS. For partuuar* laquire of DAT fc CRAIG. Dnwamiah River, ft or Bil'.ea from Seattle Angaat M, IS7T. auji d'.m NOTICE. A IX PRESOXS Dn>EBTXD TO THE fXDEB IIfMd U* f*»)lM*t*d to •.'*ll Ud KWlmiM JiaUty. m tb* Junior Maoiber of the rtm cm t*a.pl*M* • trip to B*a taactacu, to lay ta tbatr ' Fall fcaek of (kud*. WADDELL * MXLS9. ( AO«<MtllUk, WT7. »»M1» MISCELLANEOUS BEAN & MCALLISTER, FRONT STREET. NEXT DO O R TO COLUMBIA. DEALERS I.V FAMILY GROCERIES, WA ■< ■ -BK«»M » LOGGING (AMP SUPPLIES! HAMS. BACON, LARD. AND SALT FISH OF ALL KINDS, STtmiRD SCHOOL BOOKS 1 SI'EIIILT! ! BROWNING'S CHEESE AT" JOBBING RATES ! (be A full .uiflv Of I.mi: an.l PI.ASTKBKK'S MATKISIAI, always on band. au2"2-dtf .. M ■■■ I I II - II ■ ■ ■ I | 1 T S. V ANDREWS. , GEO. W. WARD. S. P. ANDREWS & CO., DEALERS IN STOVES AND TINWABE, MEMIM j|Jh Peerless BEST. LEAD. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS STEAM AND (i \S ITLTINGS HALL Sf PAULSON, FURNITURE ! Bedding, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Brack- ets, Perambu- lators, Etc. Our laoilities are such as to defy competition. 01VK UN A CALL AXD m SATISFY YOURSELF AS TO I'RICES. COP turrrUl Street. Seattle.? W. T. MILE JIIC STORE! M. R. MADDOCKS, ■" ■*«» ■" EI ai: r jr«»*t. ____ miio himwiu m m mi ■ ri .,, M. A. KELLY & CO., DRUGGISTS AM) APOTHEC HUES. »»«1 ICelnfil, SEATTLE, W. T. A* we carry the largest stock of Drucs, Medicines. of , can offer aupertor inducement* to the trader* of the &oiu>d for tin ir orJ ™ V the Jobbing trade a specialty, and will sell goods at torn prices. ' we " mah Tlis ladle* will And our Toilet Department very complete with then, c< !>.).„ < i> , w * h4ve,he " p,,uuon " f «>-«««• ".iv'.r'UMs ".v FwUcuUr ntt«itkNi given to filling Medicine 01., stt for country Pitt ,ici«an» Bfillii-PIONEER DHU3 STORE, NORTH PACIFIC Iron Works Co. Iron and Brass Founders, Pattern Makers! Harbin* Work I'uralahetl at Kliorl \ol Ire » Plana and *[.ecifications mad* Patterns made free of coat All work warranted, and at the low •at ratea J. NATION. Superintctdent. myJS-dt/ PUGETSOUNDSTONEYARD M. J.nA-nir 11 th« Hrid of Vfilfr'i Wharf, SEATTLE. Tiny of Crmi-trrr Work creratMt in MvbU u>4 kit other Huur, wuh »—tn*— ami HMkk. Alao.mUklaUtof Muuck'Building Xalenai t'-ct for Ui otrM. Alio, iptl for lb* nit of Ute 8»n Jlu him*. JUlotitan proatptlj au«i. t&J gnu- Manufacturers of and Dealer, in Removal and Opening IN TUE New Briok Store or iFHAUENTHAL BROS N't st Door to Jatuiosoti's Jewelrv Store, SEATTLE, H. 7. i customers and the trade generally are kind ly inferu >*l that we are now occupying our new. ly built Store, where, wc off*r a fine an t attractive •took of CLOTHING. DRY GOODS I Boots, Shoes, Hats, Mililnery Goods, Carpets k Oil Cloth. W all Paper. Trunks &. Satchels, Furs, tfce. WHOLESALE AXD J:ETA If.. A call to the St< re will convta e yoar of oar low i rice* for beat good*. Respectfully. FRAUENTHAL BROS TO 01R FRIEMK MC. SAXE OF 01 R HHM. OOES BELoW • on tlie Brit steamer to purchase our Pail and Wiuter Stock of Ooudi W* have lome ac counts standing eevera! month*, for the payment of which, before the UU> of thla mtth, wo , should feci truly grotefui. •*PIO-:h» PIXKBAX it IIU Window Shades, Picture Mould ing & Frames, i Etc., Etc MISCELLANKOF . E. B. Moore, DEALER IN Fresli an«l Salted M EATS and a general assort uieut of Ci 4 i Also, the Ixst brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Corner o? Third & Union Sfeats. Seattle M. L. CAVANAU6H, MVNVFACT; RER OK SASH, boons. Blinds, and Mouldings. Special attedtlou giveu to SHIP WORK. Factory Under Cohnan's Mill. Seattle, Apri IC. IHT7. aptO-dtf ATTENTION! So one need sleop cold if it were generally known that T. P. FREEMAN, OF THE SEATTLE VARIETY STORE Jan recently received and linn for sal# at aston ishingly l.iw prices, a large lot of Secoii(l-li:ui(l Malhossos, ItlanV ets, Pillows \ Jlodsteiuis. Also ■ large lot of new xoods of the utue kiad. He wishesalso to call attention to hi» large Ktock ! of House-furnishing Crock try Glassware, Stoves, Furniture, Lamps, Coal Oil, «fec. Both Second-hand and Xew. All for sale at ruin ously low price*. Call and see his stock. ulotf SHERMIM HI D!: Corner Kearney A: Sutler Streets. San Francisco DEAI.ERS IN ncvwic AND MUSICAL INSTRDHIiWTS. THE UNEQUALLED Tliese Pttpetb Instrument* here achieved a success unparallelediu the history if i'sano-forte Manufacture. , They are remarluMe for Or«*t Volnme, Purity and Sweeton** of Tone, u»l Imrabillty. CENTENNIAL AWARD! Grand Triumph for the Weber Pianos. Weber received the highest award for aympa • thetic, pure and rich tone, combined withVeat- I eft power, solidity of construction, and excel | lenee of workmanship, as slio'.vn iu (iraul Square i and t'pritfht Pianos. | She;mail & Hyde's Square Grand Pianos in Elegant Cases, $450. Reliable Cheap Pianos, $350. The Celebrated Standard Organ Received the Meda! and Dipiomaaof Award at the | Centennial. All instrument* Warranted and told on ei*y Instalment*. W. 8. JAMIEBON, ABENT, For Washington Territory. PUGET FOUNDRY! WHITE Si TENNY, hI'CCEs SOILS TO J. F. k T WIIjJON. ALL KINDS OF IRON AND I;RAS3 CAST- Iaj;» done at San i'raii. i«. o pilot*. Order* from al! parta .f the Sound wiii be ti *d wijh promptness and dispatch. apij-daw A. O. F. r toritT WAKHINOTON, NO. S>M. ANCIENT ' V Ordor of Forestei s, hods it. at Masonic Hall utry second and fourth Mj»o*t in «•> h m utti Al member* of tho (rd*r U> loodleucdlnv are •wiul.y inriusd to attend. < By order of tb« Court. ■3MU a. K. KLITT, Me. I MISCELLA NEOUS OCM EESrt. WONG WI irx. WONG HIM « BT"P. Tom; m a skint. & to., SUCCESSORS TO <>ro\(i coon Lrx(t \ co., DEALERS IX . niiNEsn Fisrv noons : TEA. rice. OPIUM. GROCERY STORE ANI> Intelligence Office, No. 112 Washington Street. EUREKA IAKII! SEATTLE, ">V. T . Wni. MEYDENBADER Prej'r. Msnufaitmes *l] kinds- of ShS|> Sot'i Bread ALSO Sola, Picnic, lloston, Milk, Fan cy and Shoo Fly Crackers, Cakes, <fcc Orders filled to all parts of the Sound at short notice. Vessels furnished with kiln-dried biscuits, on application, for long sea voyages. Also Retail dealers lu flrt-t . l«i>s GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. A lit ho rue 1 agent for Dynamite Otant Powder. Ail sizes Cartridges. Fuse, .tc. i Cash Paid for Eggs. •VPUK'ES MODERATE. SEATTLEBAKEKV AND PROVISION STORE >lill Ktroef. Keallle, W. T. L. REIN 10, Prop'r, M A N V KAC rt' R E9 Bread, Cukes and Pastry OF ALT, KINDS ! Don Is in GRAIN, FLOUR. GROCE RIES and PROVISIONS, of the U-st quality. KeceivesOßEGON PRODUCE by evt ry steamer. Keeps FRU ITS, PASTRIES, CANDIES and CONFEC TIONERIES, prepared in tlie neat est style. Alsu, TOiiACCO and CIGARS. IfT 1 'rices moderate. Articles deli <- ered at private houses it. Seattle. SEATTLE Nil USER V, One-mile east from Ye*- ler's Wharf on the road to Lake \\ How's runs past the Nur sery twice a day. Fruit Trees, SHRUBBERY, INI> HERBACEOUS Pi ANTS I! I:AI T I F I' I. BOUQUETS C*u I>* etit*in<df*t the Niir»« rjr C. w. TiAWTON. Proprietor. SAMUEL KIiNNEV, MERCHANT Till III! Hu Just received » n«w ou.l choice STOCK OFGOODS Far »u.l Buuiiuer w. ar. FASHIOXARLK SI'ITS Made to onl* r. I'oiiitutrrliil *fsr«t. w i s; Dealer In Secondhaiia 'tolhiug, BlankH*, Wutthn nod Jr»e!ry Tailoring, Cleaning and I!, pairing Commercial St., l.ct. Washington & Main Til Rift IKfBRHjV AND INSURANCE CO. Flro d? Marino. Cash Assetß, - - $480,000. Principal (Kate. No. 409, California St. £an Francisco. « 1 IKtBS: PMA LIJIXAIIRT, I'rsal.; A. J. VHYAHT. Vl,e-P,. Chaelka 11. Cc»ui*fu, derretftry. I*. IIOIAI.I.Mi, A 0., Qenoral Agent, for 0.-*fon ai d Tulia >km, Twttnd, Oi»(og. FIBST-CLASS KlfcUS SOLICITED C. C. Perkins, Agent.. NOTICE. OKFICE, CITY TRCABCKER. | 8 al«>, W. T., August 4tb. I«TT. J 1 TAX I IST OF THE CITY OF BK\TTLK »T> M* 'k* '?p '* °" w "•> tan la add due. AU Tasca not yaid on or before Oetojer n th. be returned delinquent. and per cti;tage j H. W. ROWLAND. O.Hcc at Madd n ka' Drag gtor^''' '""SSEJi miscellaneous WADDELL & MlB Wholesale azd Eetail D e al er , i# STOVE) AND RANGES The largest Stock ana greatest COOKING and BOJ STOVES hi Washington Territotj. Over 50 different kimk and v ■ftUot from, including the oU faTitllM DIAMOND ROCK) » SUPERIOR . | CHIEF COOK ) 55 For Wood oi C'oaL Plain or Extension Top EUREKA ] 8 . HAWPOSi £ IRON PIPE, For Gas, Wat r or Steam. Black or Galvanized, all sizes. Malleable Iron I'IPK FITTINGS, illsiiM SUCTION and FORCE PIJ MPS, Flain, Japanned, I'luuished mid Sfiimprf TSM WARE. linJL.U, J'rencli German Enamelsii & Tinned Hollow Ware Mc.itu uml M'ntrr (.Hilars, iiih! .IngSc Vulvn, fhwlt Valves, Murine ( otnpnwi BRASS GOODS, Of all descriptions:, for Steam nu«l M'stu *'e imrrhase our Bru*R CooU* dirf.-t Jiur.i lU Manufacturer, which enables un to ll-jt* Brat quality ari-1 at lowrat rales. lIANIFACTCRKUS Of us, sheet iron cm m BOOFINO, PLUMBING and JOBBING promptly attended to. Rrviog the largest I'lpe Cutting »c«l %ld< hin»\ and the xuont con;|>!« tw PijHf '• I*ug*t Sound, w<• hi• prepared t«»cut nn*t tl»r»•! I' l Plp«', all from S In. t > '* in . rn I fiirnM J' l :* eny 1- u>jtlw «lr>\rvd f with promi'tnt-Maudit H-*** price*. AGENTS FOR VAN'S CtLKBIUTEi) Wrought-Iron Ranges AND Patent Coffee Urns For Hutelg, Bieambaau tu:u E .••.U-if Parties in wiint of 1.1 v Good* iu oar I- 1 * will litul it to their n.tci. -t to fciv* **" y »< rore jiurcLuisiuu? <-L-w»Lere, u-. we lia*»lt« uti l most coiuplvte stock ® u ! * 4 Bound. WADDELL & MILES, SKATTLE. I DILLKK, Proprietor. (Huecfuaor to P. V. Snjrder.l MILL STREET, SEATTLE -4 OllHlilllllj VII IE*I1«I CHOICEST MEATS ANL XTHGETABIiB® .. ALSO... CORNED BEEF AND PORK. SMOKED MEATS, PORK and BOLOINA SAUSAIES, HEAD-CHEESE, T KIFE ETC.