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VOL. HI- PROFESSIONAL CARPS. llM rt Jon* hum T IC NAUGHT k LEARY, A ttormys -AT- I. AW. SOLICI tors iy CUANCKRT, A PROC TORS IN ADMIRALTY. Will rn rti "' ln t '" ! Supreme *i'l stt«titl'>n to Col -JJ^oooTry«n<:>nf. *' J, ° •" "i* rmrcliKwt l*tt. jyH o.P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T., A rtlllNlty-AT-LA W. SOLICITOR /* BBANCKRY, ANlt PROCTOR If ADMIRALTY. inh2l W. B. ANDREWS, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW, BEATTLK. W. T. j IRS. S. D. HEWES. HI. D. HOMCEOP ATHIST. Tv »( tkt First lady Graduates ia Vfijirior, Oflan h«r «*rvlce» t« th« jwoplr uf Soittle slid tk» Sorth Psciflc Coul. Kft D<xtor H<•«•« roiur* W.»t *fti-r tin yinr» of eoDHtSDI Ul'l »uiTet(»f ill prmrtlt'e. Will oj>en yr bouw to ih« »lrk. M'ltlnTH <'»n dud % II'JIIIP, «ttb tb« beat medlol ■ttendanee d irln« <-i>nftue. ■wst.uxl pstlenU for t"'"' r * ! Birdtcsl t(*»tiufnt. Wl!l UMt the slrk by l<-tt«r, snd fill ord«-r* fur tlMMn* by ra»tl <>r W|IIIW. BakUac on I'nlou utrts-t. Ix-tween Fourth and Iftfe. mjTJ-dwtf OR. G. BRYANT, Physician mid Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. DRS. 1. & H. B. BAGLEY. Homa-op a t hints, SEATTLE, W T. 01. H. B. BAGLEY, LATE PROFESSOR OF Prtodplni and t'raotl -e of Surgery In the ■tehifka Central M<«ll<al College, *lll niahe Ofntln SiirK-rjr anl SurKl<*al Diseaaea aspecial ty. ud will attend to rail* In any part of the MM. dlO BU.V.CILHOW, Soattlo, W. T. OMm >«. I, Dtipati li Building, opposite Occi dental U< >t«-l. DR. G. A. WEED, OVRUKON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. . D. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Permanent Ofllre— Krnut Room, upMnlrn » Block, Seattle, W. T jy:tl DENTISTRY. AMI'R J. C. OKASHE. DENTIST. OF MjH| flr» In Stone I Mtt'a New Hnlld lB(t on Commercial ,Ireet. AH work Km J.S. MAGGS, Dentist, OKF.ICK, MIL I, STKEKT, •wrfcddls tad llirtiw Store, EAST or OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. OH. Ekti'ii iaptisi —ASH - HYDROPATHY ! YT ELECTRO MAOVKTIC MKDIOATED J; will Cure Pata jam. Klititniillui, Keif.s® h he' e "er»otia AlMlow Alao. will »u l cainu- thorough c'Uon of oryana ot th» body, by contract. St the Eureka Bath Rooms <W*tT* «. nw»r.Ai iO*'« arottr. COMMERCIAL STREET. II aout H. CLARK. HIIMTORJ.WILDER. *VABAXTfCSs PI us T 'LA SS ofi * A T TIIK 1.0 IIA'.S Tit A 7 KS. uotfll tor raimiiit and movta# Will attend to anch .«rder» wltfc dla]>atch Street, op|>oiiite the Pavilion. MORRIS t CO. Civil ami Mining J. *•■■■•.«. Burnett's Building.) "■•Ma, Waal). Territory. Pttleaeal lauda auJ miura. Bur 's" imported upoa Plana and r* »n»pr,-return to furnahed "■Mo land aurv«; ».utd to tha Sili g* *** 4t,w * Proceedings of the Board of King County Commissioners. AT THEIR KXTKASESSION HELD IN THE ATDITOK S OFFICE, OK SAID COCNTY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, ISTH AND Ifirii 1877 A. h Hau>er, et. al. f road viewers, and t. H. \\ bit worth, surveyor, pre sented their report on the location of a road from the *outh line of E. Hanford's place to j!l»ck river, which was accept •d, tlie road declared a county road, and ordere 1 opened according to law. Aaron Xceley, et al , road viewers, and F. H Whithworth, surveyor, pre w.oted their reports on the location of a road from n<ar the forks of Ureen and White rivers to the line of township 21. range • a-t, which were aco*i)t*d the ro»d docUred a county road," and or dered opened according to l»\v George Vanderbeck, et. al., road viewers, and F II Whitworth. survey or, presented their reports on the loca tion of a road from the confluence ot Green and White rivers to township 20, north range 0 east, to section 36, winch were accepted, the road deelared a county road, and ordered opened ac cording to law. J. D. Selleck. et. al., roacl viewers, ami F. II Whitworth Surveyor, pre sented their rep -its on a road from the county linis in section 0. to township 20, north range 7 PIS*, to the county road n«»ar Frank Duval's, oa the Snoqualmie river, wiiich were accepted, the road declared a county road, and ordered opened according to law. The petition of Ilazen Frederiekson an 1 29 others, praying for a review, survey ami location of county road from the lower line of King county, on the Snoqualmie river, to Raging river, near Falls City, was granted, and Geo. P. Uoyce, Win. Stearns and S Morris w< re appointed viewers, and F. 11. Whitworth, surveyor, to meet on the 20th day of September, 1877, and pro ceed according to law to review, survey au I locate said road. C. II Hank»on and twelve others presented a petition praying for the ap pointment of viewers to re-locate the county road trom Capt. Brown's, ou Cedar river, to Newcastle was grauted, and Jack Scurry, Wui Pickering and J. V Koack appointed viewers, and F. H Whitworth, surveyor, to meet Octo ber Ist, 1877, and proceed to re-locate taid road according to law. Henry Adams, et al., viewers, and F. H. Wliitworth, surveyor, presented their reports of the review of the county road from the south line of the City of Seattle to Foster's ferry, on Black river, which was accented, and the Auditor authorised to notify the super visors of the road districts through which said road is re-located, to change said road according to the report of said viewers. The Auditor was instructed to notify the Sheriff to report to the street coin m ssioner for the City of Seattle, all county prisoners under his charge who are able to perform labor, and to sup< r iutend the working of said prisoners at such times and places a* the said street commissioner may direct. In the case of King county ri. 11. A. Atkins, it was ordered by the Hoard that if said Atkins shall pay all costs that have accrued in said case, includ ing all expenses that the county has incurred for attorney's fees or other wise, then the case shall lie dismissed on the part of King county. The four hundred dollars appropri ated by the heard at their May term for work to be dune on the Squak und Newcastle toad, was ordered to he paid to Cyrus D.irst upon the written order of Rufus Stearns and .lames llush. The poll and road-poll tux assessed to \V. 11. Hrown from the year 1876, WHS calico!lf D by the Hoard The Auditor was authorized to isme warrants oil the County Fund to sun dry persons, to the amount of $,">.931.- :»«. and on the Koad Fund, ft<l. Heard adjourned tint die. [Signed. M. H MADDOCKS, Chairman. Attest. M. S. itoutli. Clerk Letter from steilacoom. STKI lA< COM, Oct bt. |!S" KD. INTKLLIGENTKR: I arrived at Sleilaconm o;i Thursday morning and tin-' it a most enterprising little town of ab.mt four hundred inhabitant*, full of energy, and striving l.ard to win tuck tin-prestige it enjoyed when Uncle Sain hud I. ih headquarters and troops stationed here. 1 found Mr. Hill llai rnoii with a subscription list in his hand <>n which wai over two thousand ilollsrs subscribed a> an inducement to a San Francisco firm to build a sawmill here The terms upon which they agreed to build it have bei n fulfilled by the Steilacitom people, and there is now no doubt the mill will he built here. This company has a great deal of oak lumber, and there is more o*k around this place than in any other har bor on the Sound. There is an alnind ance of pine timber pacing down the Sound iu rafts every day, that might just aa well be sawed and -hipped from here, anil I think the Steilacoouiites mean that they shall Tiny have one of the Ixst harbors on the Soand. ful ly nine miles of the best nut borage iu the world and a perfect land-locked hea. 1 will prophecy for the place a shipvard a* soon as I hey have built and finished their mill. No better place on the Sound could be found for one, and iustead of having to buy land at sn ex travagant price, the people here are willing and anxious to give them land in as good a location as there i« in this saetion of country. The Harmon Ifou*« was built and is owned by Hill Harmon. It is one of the best kept, best furnished and ar ranged of auy hotel on the Sound. Tit*' rnnus and ball* are all .large and airy; t*iey have warm and cold baths. It La» large well lurnisbod parlors, a g"od sised dining-room, as well furnished as the best of them in thia section. Mr. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1577. Harmon planned the hotel himself and built it by days' work It was built, finished and furnished in tweotv-seven days from the day he concluded to build it It has twenty five rooms Richard Kennedy is a thrifty farmer nejr here and is now on his" way to Olympia to pay for more land. W. C Hsnk i« the city marshal and was formerly deputy sheriff. He is the one who. while deputy sheriff here, w •« shot :it five or six times by the prison cr« who had secured a revolver in some way, but lie brought them all in, how ever, some of them tlx- worse for his good aim. John Downey, the county treasur er, is very popular and deservedly so. The county funds are safe with Mr. Downey, as his ability and honestv are beyond question. N. H Orr has the only carriage and wagon shop in the place, does all kind-* of repairing, has a horse power for turn ii'K »nd is doing well. Rogers & McCaw havn a nice store. Dr A. M. H«lUrd Lis office in the Harmon House. Tlie IXictor is si gruduitte of Ilarvan], lias been practis ing three years and is almost adored l»y his patients. His ability is unquestion ed, and his kindness and anxiety for his patients sends him out in weather that a Siwash conld not be induced to go out in. He is a great favorite and a first physician. lie.i B Kendall is the county and itor The liest proof of his ability and honesty is that he has elected three terms. He has lived in the place 10 yeats. Mr. Hughes has a hotel here, but it is dosed for the present. It was the first hotel on the Sound and was built in 1851. The owner got out the lum ber himself, as there was no mill on the Sound at the time. Old man Bills helped him build the house. Mrs. Good time has a nice store well stocked with general merchandise. She has done business here 17 years. liar vey \\ eitman hat a beer saloon and a restaurant, the only r»ne in the nlace which is well kept. Meals and beds 'l~> cents. F. A. Gardiner liar the only barber shop in the place. He was in the Eng lish navy nine years. I start lor the Insane Asylum, locat ed here, and in charge of Dr. Rufus Willard, a graduate of the University of New York, and a licentiate of the world-famed <;reat Royal College of Surgeons, of Edinburgh. He has been in charge about six months, and is most certainly fully competent. I havy vis ited the insane asylums of Stockton and Napa, in California, the Nevada Asylum kept at Woodbridge, California, and others, and Dr. Willard'a ideas of the treatment and management of the insane, is precisely that nf Doctor Shurtleff, of California, and Dr. Lang dren, who has charge of the insane patients of the Nevada Asylum. The place is exceptionally clean and well kept; the patients are all dressed com fortably. and the system at present in vogue of taking care of the patients is the only true one, and the only one that can posssibly do justice to the poor unfortunates deprived of the power of taking care of themselves. 1 trust that neither chicanery or double dealing will deprive them of the first class treatment they are receiving under the present management. I say this be cause I cUiin to know something of the treatment of the insane in other places. The Territory is more apt to do these unfortunates, delegated to us as trus tees in trust, justice, than any thriving contractor; give them the benefit of the doubt and keep them as they are is the only correct management of the insane, and everything about the place denotes the most careful care I visited the United States peniten tiary on McNeil's Inland, and HA the Annie Stewart leaves here in an hour, I will have a description of it for my next. L>. A. MACKINTOSH. Nolan I'iililir and Conveyance Kestl Kstate and Tax Agent. Hai* a complete A bat net of Title to all Landa In Kin*c Couir. y. Will attend to the purchase and aal« of IjimU anywhere on PUK?! Sound. Special attention paid to Tranafcr of Real Eatate and Payment -if Taxes. Patronaya aollclted and satis faction guaranteed. Office on Mill atreet, nearly oppoalta tha "Or- ratal Hotel." NEW PATENT. A. C. CAMPBELL HAS A LATE IM PBO VEMENT OX THE LEATHERS' ARTIFICIAL STOM ! R S. Patent Office, L>ec. 19. KF-N« 15.".554 | >T TBIS IMPROVEMENT BTOSL CAN BE I » ma<le much cbraper. faatrr, and with a hotter tilth Itiii by tb* l«Urrt'old patent. Any one iii*lrtn(i t» w tba M<>or made by tbJa itlr pru era*, ran do w In calling at my residence oa B*r»nd atnrt, S IIIt, or at l»r Hagley'a. • h<T. ran I* aeen a Vaw made of tbia laat patent Tt.- Vaar I aold him lor fls. wbl. b cuoij m l be made of natural atone tor $l5O, and then nut any brttrr. I aiu n-'W n-a-lr to contract for all kind* of Stone Work. Satiafactiun ipven. or BO pt< ! aiu alau prepared to a#il ngbta 1 r any portion Waahmut -n Ttmi..ry Sb. p Ki«hu for tK>. ''• anty Klgbt> from UJii to |1 .<■*», and upward*. Any peraoo bo; in* Kighta will be inatnictad boar to make tbr St..ne lam tbe aole otM of thla Improved l atent for w»»hiuiit.>n Temt>>ry. j»*Ultf A. C. CAMPBEI.I. MRS. APPLEGATE 1 » EXPECTRT'LLY OFFERS HEB HEBVICES UMI Ladies* Norn* IMM cm Tt oat iff >. ortr R >wt'« Ototttj 9*99. it| flif MISCKIXA N KOUS The linprvveJ Patent is dat«si MISCELLANEOUS BUY YOUR G O OD$ *» m B R 0 S SCHWABACHER & G 0 THEY KEEP THE LA lid ESI ISSORTIEST, SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY QTHKK HOUSE -C3KT THE TKRRI TO R Y SHKKMIN& 111 III: Corner Kearney A Sutter Streets, Sail Francisco DEALERS IN miJNic; MUSICAL INSTIiIiMi;\TN. THE UNEQUALLED These Supetb lnatrumenta hare achieved a aucceaa unparalleled m the history of J^aoo-furt* Manufacture. They are remarkable for Qrmt Volume. Purity and Swtneaa of Tone, aad Durability. CENTENNIAL AWARD! Grand Triumph f«>r the Weber Pianos. W«-b«r received the highrat award for ayuipt thetic. pure and rich tone, combtaed with great e»t power. aolidity of conatruction, atid eicel. lence of workmanahip, aa ahown In Grand tiqucre and Cprlght Plan.*. Sherman & Hyde's Square Grand Pianos in Elegant Cases, $450. Reliable Cheap Pianos, $350. The Celebrated Standard Organ Received the Mada. and Award at the Centennial. All I—<iaii-cta Warranted and acid on • aajr InaUlntenU W. «. JAMISON, AUNT, For Watting ton Territory. STEAMBOA rs. Ac. I , _____ Temporary Arrangement! 1 \I KIN'I THE eovrist VXCK or REPAIRS 1 J t • the X.Ttb PariS*. the STEAMER ANNIE STEWART Will leave Seattle for Port Ti wu*tnl GD Sunday at 12 o'clock, and on Thursday mornlogii it a. at that place with the Isabel for Victoria. Returning ®h«.» will leave Seattle fv»r Taconia. Stcilacix>ni an.l Olympia. on Tuesday and Friday evenings at about 6 o'clock. THE ALIDA I Purine this time will niak» FIVE TRIPS a Week i to aud from Tav*o:xia : 1.-aviLC eaoh niicht except Tuesday and Saturvlav. au23-tf New Arrangement. Until Further Notice, the Steame" XKJPIIVII WILL RfX AS FOLLOWS Leave 3EATLLK < very MONDAY and FRIDAY for TACOMA, BTEILACOOM and OLYMPIA. j Returning from those places e»ery Tuesday and i Satunlay ; aud will leave SEATTLE for MI CKII.TEO, LOWELL \ SNOHOMISH CITY, even- WEDNESDAY, returning on Thursday. W Eijiht oVlo 'k will be the hour of departure at both enJ« of the rr.ute. auis-tf For Tacoma, Steilacoom and Olympia 1 lu' New PasKfnjifr Stesnifr MESSENGER ! CAPTAIN J. G. PARKER. WII.L LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday, AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. A. M jj:il-.Uf PUtiET SOUND STi:ui wvuarioN New Arrangement I'ntil Further Notice ! The Steamer North Pacific Will leave Seattle for Victoria ami Way i'ori* every Monday ana ; Thursday Mornings, at 5 A. M. The Steadier Annie Stewart, | For Port Townsend and Way Ports, every Tuesday and Friday, at S A. M. The Steamer Alida, for Taco ma, every <lay except Sunday and Wednesday, at 10 p. M. luyll-dtf NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO.'V, Carrying the n. S. Mails. M T;IE STEAMER J. B. LIBBY, 5b35858C Capt. Krittain.of the a!>ove Com pany, will lea-.e Seattle every MONDAY, at 7 o'clock, *. M.. for Whldby Island, I'tsaladv. I.a Oonucr and Whatcom ; and every FRIDAY for Wlildby Inland. I'tealady and La Conner; return ins; on Wednesday* and Saturday h. TH,,:: STEAMER DISPATCH, Capt. Monroe, will leave Seattle every THI'RSDAY EVENING, at 1(1 o'clock, for Port To'vnwnd. S»u Juan Inland and Semiahinoo, lemming dn Sunday*. For tr«-i-.;Wt or pattest.™ apply on board. 1. C. BRITTAIN. Seattle, April 27. 1H77. ap'-'T-dawtt TO FARMERS & LOGGERS. THE LUiliT-DRAFT STKAVI it WW B<: 1W Ak. r JT 9 f'APTAIN L. GREEN, W. i Tow Raft* and Ltghtera in all the vtreama flowing «ob> Prn-et Sound,at rate* that defy torn petition. Tb* farmen of Snohomlah anu W hat- , com counties ar>- reapaatfully Informed that we will carry drain to market for them at «chooner'* rate* liIKKN. rHIPH.« X RtILEY c<l7.dawtf The Stoainor Fanny Lake. J. S. HILL. - - MASTER, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE FOR Ontreville, Utaalady Nkagit &. La Conner EVERT Monday and Thursday. jelH-daWtf Dress Making. MRS. 11. R. XPIMiLH \NSOrNCES THAT SHE HAS OPENED A Shop o® CHE&ET STREET, Between Front and Second (treeta. where abe will be pieaacd to meet her old Mid new c—toiu ; era MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS S JB A. X T la E, w. T , Have on- hand a large and well assorted stock of goods in their line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery Iron and Steel, assorted. Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Alining Implements, C rockery and Glassware. Paints&OH Hemp and Manilla Cordage, Groceriesand Provisions, Wines Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOlt THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C VTT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FORj SALE FROM WHARP CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. SEATTLE, W. T., July Ist. 187.',. THE ARCADE ! FRONT STREET, SEATTLE DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GLOVES, &c. Mrs and tients' Furnishing (Ms. Trnirks. VALISES, ETC. Our Spring Stock has arrived, and comprises' the most Fashic. table ♦ Joels in tbe market. We eall special attention to our FURNISHING GOODS and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. OENTS' HATS -A. SPECIALTY WD. mm & YOUNG. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER. PINKHAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING THEIR CLOTHING! } —AND— (.IMS FURNISHING tiOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IX THE COUNTRY. au3 L. P. SMITH <fc SON Please Call and Examine our Stock Our Motto is—Fair Healing, Quick Hales and Small Profit*. STORE ON FRONT STREET. Opposite the Brewery. W. A. JENNINGS, Wtii't«M*o Mid Rm*l! Dt»lrr In Cbol<» menus, rinisins, HARDWARE, FINE TEAS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC. Imported and California Wines, Foreign ami Domestic Liquors, t'igar* ami Tobacco. AH Good* Guarantee*] as Represented. Good* Delivered in the City Frft of Charge ju»t nctived » Lnrgt' •c» tin u Su.i k of WATCHES Clocks, —AND- JEWELRY, Ofcvrrv <lfsirul>lf Mylc and kind. Tliey return their mnccrc; tbankt* to tbe public for tlu> fcry gem-rouß j atron ■jfi* bestowed MDcc tbiir ntnrn from California NO. 104. JelSMttr