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VOL. ni. PROFESSIONA(J CAKDS c. H. HANFORO, ATTORNEY And Counsellor-at-Law, Seattle, »#*. T. (Office tn the H'-a'tl' 1 Market Building) Will Special attentie.i given to Bankruptcy w nSO-dtf JAMES MCW.COHT. 'o«* L*A*t. McN AUGHT LEAHY, ATTORNEY H-AT-LAW, fIEAt ItiE, W. T. Also R«*ident Agents of the Worth BriHab and Mercantile Home of New York and Phornli, of Hartford. Fire Insurance Compsnii*. ACQCBT. 1«1. D. P. JENKINS, SEATTLE, W. T„ A/ TO UNMY A T-LA W SOLICITOR I.V CTIA SCKH Y, A J) PROCTOR IS ADMIRALTY. mh2l W. R. ANDREWS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. SEATTLE. W. T. aepll MRS. S. 0. HEMVES. Ml. D. HOMdOPATHIST. #f the First Lady Graduates ii lefeiie, Offers her services to the people of Seattle and the Worth Pacific Coast. Mrs. Docte r Hewea comes West after ten years of constant and successful practice. Will open her bouse to the sick. Mothers can find a home, with the be«t medical attendance during confine, ■lent, and patients for general medical treatment. Will tr*at the sick by letter, and fill orders for VMiclneliy mall ur express. Residence on Pnion atrset, between Fourth and ifth. tuy29-dwtf DR. T. C. MACKY, PHYSICIAN li SURGEON, LA CONNER, W. T. no,B OR. G. BRYANT, Physician and Surgeon. NEWCASTLE, W. T. DBS. A. * H. B. BAGLEY. HonwopatMntni SEATTLE. W. T. OH. H. B. BAGLEY, LVTE PROFESSOR OF Principle* and Practice of Surgery In the Michigan Central lSedioal Collex<*, will make OperstW* Sur?«ry and Surgical Dtaeaaen a apeclal- Ijr, and will attend to nll« In in; part of the lonnd. (110 l)R G.V.CUJIOUN, boattlo, w. T. ofies So. 1, Dispatch Bulldtnc, oppoelte Occi dental Hotel. DR. G. A. WEED, BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. Office Houra at office on Commercial rtrwt. over llarrla & %ttridge'a Drug Mora. *mm 10 to 12 A. m.. aad at reoldaone. pornerof Madlaon aii.l •eeond emrta, from Ito Jr. m. D. LOCKE, M. D., DENTIST, Permanent Office— Front Room, np-etalr* Ffauenthal'a Block, Seattle, W. T. JySl DENTIBTR Y. J. C. ORASBE, DENTIST, OF- See la Stone ft'l iWI Raw Bulk!- lug on Oommerclal r tteet. All wort •MM. jam J.S.MAGQS, Dentist, office;, mill ht^bbt. #»« Raddle and Harneea Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. «»■ Electro Magnetism -ASD HYDROPATHY ! \L* KutoTfto LIONNO MEDICATED rl *ATB» will Oar* Pare y«ia. EHENM«IUM, gfjP Mixta or Morrow A ACTION*. A too will SWjftt* Wood, and etna thorough action of vWliwtl orfaua of the body. , thMWtM by contract. l*m»re at the ®tteka Bath Rooms onrmrnt ENNRTURNURA MOM, L COMMERCIAL BTHEST. "• POAI,r A. o. r. > »A*ais<yrbit, no. tjm. ANCHCPT jj ORD#R L » IOC 4 HUOM *• r £»■*» «< th« OMwt. * pi. M. ETLATT, tN. The Old Clock. O, tbe old, old clock, of the boaiehold stock, Wan tti# brightest thing and neatest; Its Laniis, though old, bad a t'Hleb of' gold. And its chimes rang still the sweetest. Twas a inouitor, 100, though it# word.® were tear. lived, tlMiigh nations altered:; Aud its voice, still strong, warned old and young, w ken the voioe <>f friendship faltered •Tick, tick, ' it said—quick, quick to bed, F »r ten I've given w truing ; Up, up and go, or «Ue. you kuow, \ou 11 never rise soon tn the morn ing" A fri-udly voicu wa* that ol 1. old cl >ck, As it stood in the turner auiiliag, Aud bletsed the tiait with a merry chime. The Winter hour* beguiling; But a cross old voice was that tiresome clock, as it called at the daybreak boldly. When the dawn looked gray on the misty way, Au<l the early air blew coldly ; "Tick, tick,\ —it said—"qimk oat o bed. For five I've given warning; You'll uever have health, you'll never get wenb b. Unless you're up soon in the morn ing." Still hourly the cljck goes round and round, With a tone that cea-es never ; Wiiiic tears are shed for bright day* fled. And the old friends los* forever ; Its h»art beats on, though hearts are gone That warmer beat ard younger; Its hands still wove, though hands we love Are clasped on earth no longer! ''Tick, tick,*'it said —"to the chnrch yard bed, The grave hath given warning ; Up. up, and rise, and look to thu skies. And prepare for thu heavenly worn in*." Age of Swindles. There have been in the past times is olated instuueus of swiudiiug. such a* the South Sea Bubble and Lt«tubeuim in France, and probably mauy others ot which bi-tory hat preserved no rec ord. but for pure unadulterated swind ling cuuiinetid US to the laiter bull' ot the nineteenth century. Stviugstmik* crashing all over the country —Tyler's, •nd Duncan's, and Paraf *, art* thu out ward evidences of a very r<*tteu state of things. Tiles** uien are not singular of their kind, they represent classes and are the unfortunate ot their class**— those unfortunate enough to be loui.d out or overtaken by the law. Recent developments in mining companies show that they are no unite fr.-e from thieves that break through and steal than are savings banks, and of the two the mining swi. dlcs count the more nu merous victims. It M safe to assuuni that nue half of the savings of the in dustrious for years have liecu swallowed up lu stock speculations. In the city of San Francisoo there are to-day 50.000 persons of all ranks and conditions outside of the people engag ed iu business who have by dint of bard work, saved all tile way from S3OO to *i<KK). The aggregate savings «,f these cannot be less than fifty millions of dol lar*—oue-balf of wh.cb or twenty-five million dollars, have been swallowed up by the stock maelstrom, leaving twen ty-five thousand people, servants, me chanics, lab irers, small shop keepera to jioum. Adding to this the losses of those higher iu business, if not in the •ncial scale, as uiueh more, and we shall have during the past eighteen mo thn, losses aggregating close on to fifty mill ions of diilars. This diats not measure the total loss by any means. We ah ill come at that iu detail and in other arti cles. How have the lo*si* been sus tained? By di»houe»t billing and (tear ing of the markets, fur no one can say that thu o|»erati<>iis by which certain stuck* are advanced and depressed are honest, and the Exchequer and Cromer frauds are by no means the fir«t of their kind. It is hard to believe that the sudden risings and fallings of the mar ket for the past t *o y ais have not been the c.oiis>-queuce of manipulation. In the greater part the vast majority ot the mines on the stock boa d, there is no more pm-p ct of obtaining gold or sdver than th* re is of picking it up iu th* streets of Sao Frawi«co. nor halt so much for an od 1 quar er or iwo or a half dollar gold piece will occasional ly be picked up there. The scrip of the va-it majority of these mines may tl.ere fore be likened to the cards used l-y the gambler, an<l on which his unwary dupes I vet all iheir fortune, ftie pies ent Ophir eacitemeut. whatever be the fuiu>vr>f 'hat mine n» a case in point. In one week the stock jumped up from *l2 to tag, and shares of the value of over a million dollars were sold in one day—everyone ru*b>-d iu to buy Pre viously these shares were worth S4OO, 000. There was thus a gain of ftiOU.OOO for the holders. The development that Caused the t-xritement culminating in this sals was suddenly cheeked—a por phyry horse was discovered. Down went the market and purchasers were sinched to the tune of several thousand dollars. If the horse continue# they will be ainchod considerably more. It ran even be so tiled that if theteis gold the boras wilt keep in sight long enough to bring the u.aiket down to its previous level, wheu tb» ones on the in side can -tep in and buy again, bavin* meanwhile made more than even under favorable circum-tam-es they could have hoped to receive in div idends tor many a day. gy fit wan «U «i -»t on Apnl Ifttb. 18 '<—ii«<i of iuiprooer reatmext, i i» b i • *■*. »b»cb r«li«*d . U own ibe TJ t. I■w d"*l b J **« l«noet tbMi by the I»M* " SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, *IX77. W L-'rd Cobharo wool 1 tell stories, ihmgta b«* ha<l few to tell, and tboae he tOid prosily One day he was dining at Sir Kiehard Temple's Bubb Doding ton *n present, and after dinner fell a«Wp. and had a prettv long nap. T»-int>le rtllitd biiu. when Dixlington tried tj deny tbe fu:t. and offered to lw»t UMi guineas tfaiat he would repeat all C'ibham had been saying. His Lord •hip ai-cepted the wager and dar. 1 Do«lington to the To bis «ir pri»e however. Bubb went *bmagb th» ■tory Cobham bad l»*en telling nearly won! f..r word. "Bur«-ly," said Temple, "you mu<t possess the most extraor din-ty fitct of sleeping with your e-us open. ' "Far from it," replied ton. "when I dozed off I knew that tlie j>eriod had arrired when Cobham «"ould tell that story, so I went to sWp accordingly." A. MACKINTOSH, Votary Public and ConTeyancer, Real Estate and Tax Agent. Has a complete Abstract of Title to *ll Land* la King Coon /. Will attend to the pare hue tad j aale of Ltudi anywhere 011 Paget Sound. Special attention paid to Transfer of Real Estate and Payment of Taxea. Patronage solicited and aatiiu faction guaranteed. Office on Mill street, nearly opposite the "Oc i eliental Hotel " I ; EASTWICK, MORRIS & GO. Civil and Uiniug [Boom Mo. 6, Burnett's Building.) or. Commercial 4t WaaMsgtsii Streets Seattle, Wash. Territory. Goal and other mineral lands u< aiines, sur rey ed examined, snd imparted npoa Plana and set 1 mates ro* mining Improvements funis bed ipeclal attention Riven to land surveys, and to the iO»tlon of city lots and blocks. Maps and draw '« mechanically ataentert Nor. IS, '«7S. I THE "WHITE" SEWING MACHINES ABE DESTINED TO TAKE THE ! A No. 1 MACHINE FOE 536 GOLD COIN. I Machines sent on trial anywhere in the city, j free of charge. TRY ONE. seplT E. BRTAN, Agent. ! SEATTLE NURSERV, One mile east from Yesler's Wharf on the road to Lake Washington. Bow's Stage runs past the Nur sery twice a day. Fruit Trees, SHRUBBERY, AHD) HERBACEOUS PLANTS A Fine Collection of Small Fruits of all Kinds, And Two Varieties of PEIAOZZSIS That are Srue to Ripen in this Climate, Orders Caa be left at the Eureka Bakery C. W. LAYV'im. Proprietor. In the Probate Court of King bounty. Territory of Wash ington. I N THK MATT BR OF THE ESTATE OF JOSI AH J OKLLKKHON, deceased. Notice is hereby irtwt, that in pnrsnanee of an order of the P-obate Onnrt of the Covntv of King, Terrfto y of Washington, mads o« tha 18th day of Heptcmber. IBK in the matter of the sstste cf Je lsh Oalletson. deceased. the undersigned, he Administrator of the aal < eat its. will sell at Public AucUo». to the highest bidder for cash oa day of sale, sad subject *o confirmation by said Probate Court, oa WRDKMOAT, the Mth day of November. A. 0 IsTT, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, in front of the office •I the Probata Jndre in Seat.l , King County. W. T.. all the right, title, int-reat and eatate of the said Joaiah oellerson at the time of his death, is and to the following described tract or parse) of land lyingaad being is the Ousaty of King, Ter ritory of Washington, to wit: The Wast o the N xtheast V tad the Northwest H of the Sooth east U sud the quarter of the south west »% of Section Thirty (30), Township Twenty one (91), North of Range S Rsat. TIT. ns of sale--Cash oa day of sale. Peed at expense o purchaser. JOHN LEARV, (v-t.KWlltwlw Administrator. The sale of the ab.iv. deaertbad p»op«rty is hereby |Metro«.e4 until M<wda>, December loth, A. P. I*l7, when the same will be rftrred for aale at the hour of one o'cluk on that day at the place abote nauievl. JOHN I. CART. ROT 2'ith. ISTT. Adßila.strator. FOR SALE. rpHI TALBOT OOAL COMPACT OfTEH FOB I U« Four Large Soows, oc Bcpt. Ch-ap for Oak or approved paper Tkm IMIM will aut he kml oat from tMa «Uu TALMI COAL 00. tattle. *CT. mlMtf Seattle Soap Factory. ENOCH & BEOKBON, PRQFIIETOIS, Oonar Ma £pft pmi Stmts. MLSUKI.I.ANEOUK Psalpaariaeal. HOTELS, Ac. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Zieber k Knowles, Prop s. Mtnated opposite all the Baflroad and Steam ship Offices. Street cars fas the house ev*ry five minuses Free Coach to and froaa tbe House. nio-dwly American House! Pint Boost Above the Stetntal Laming, stATrm. w. t. ' I "HI 8 HO rax IS TBI M-«T OOBTEKTEHT. I ly located of any in tbe city, being at the head of TeslWa Wharf, where all steamers arrive and depart. Board sad Lodging .per weak 16 00 Board, per weak S 00 fett HALEY A McGRAW, Proprietors. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. ■ill Street, opposite the OceMeatal. Open I All Nlsbt Beds 25 to, 50 cents Special Rates by the week. Andrew Pflanm. M-dtf CIKTRtL HOTEL, CHERRY BTREBT, BETWEEN rnurr AND SECOND, SEATTLE, W. T. rllS HOUSE 19 NEWLY BCH.T AND CEN trmlly loca'ed. It will be conducted on flrat claae principles, and every attention paid to patrona. Single Meals 25 eta. Lndjdf» ss eta. Board and Lodging, per week $5 00 BOTS J. McCONVTLLE, Pioprietor. WISCONSIN HOUSE, ■III Mreet, fce«, Tint an< INOM, SEATTLE. W. T. r. Y. CAOUS, PROPRIETOR. %f Tbia Hotel la iltnat#<l eonYealently to all the steamboat wharves, stage ofltoea and railroad depota. Ia neat and orderly. Board and fudging, per week 96 00 Board and Lodging, per day 1 00 mjH-dtf OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE SERVED IN A No. 1 Style PIPER'S SALOON! FRONT STREET. »üBl gew gngland . x Corner Commercial k Main HK, Seattle, W. T THE NEW ENGLAND fc.7f?2 Ml its uwiaiiilalli— for faulttca an uni Thla Boom U VCWLY BtTI.T, la HARD FIN. HUD through out. has tarfa and w*U raratahed Kooma, aad M elaaa board, oa tka European Plan, cut b* had at modant* prteaa. Beat Hotel in the City. L. C. ~HAK*fON. ml-tf. Proprietor. MAISON DOREE immuT! COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. Xnry Delicacy th* Market Affords. FrwA Oysters a Specialty ! a OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ! JACOBKNUDSEN, •epl Proprtolo*. — } TALK ABOUT roes aovourao o» nan ooou i Bat If yon Vat to MM altar • Kiatfanlppt Boef Baro«r. Why Ctfl toto the BANK EXCHANGE BESTAUBANT. MAMCTL JOSEPH, MISCELLANEOUS. JUST PUBLISHED ! A NEW MAP _OF —AX&- SURIOUNOINB COUNTIT -IS— Washiagtoa Ttrritary, Compiled from the lstest aathenttc rarv ■ ys, and published by EASTWICK, MOIIIS A CO., CIVIL AMD UVSCSQ ENGINEERS, SEATTLE. W. T. Musiia backed on rollers, or folded la stiff cloth cotm. price $3. *r Scat tree by mall on receipt of pries. BUY YOUR GOODS OS B R 0 5 6 c 0 THEY KEEP THE LABGESI ASSORTMENT, AND SELL CHEAPER t THAN ANY OTHBK HOUSE IN THE TERRITORY JOHN WELCH, TAILOR, Commercial Street, Seattle. The Best or Work Guaranteed. Repairing and Cleaning done. ■Mtf H. UHLFELDER, DUin nr Wmmts Oaatta. Crofk'ry, Ulamara, Etr M Corner of Mill and Ooaamafcial atiaala. octtS 4. H. MARSHALL. ROBERT MIW Marshall & Knipe, Stoe & Binetfi Wtait DEALERS IN tiEAW, BAY, VliOUll, —Ai'D— FARM PRODUCE! Oooda lacalrad on Wwi» ta Wharf *m Oooda daiirarad and rm&m oallaetad. MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrincr' k IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS S £ JL T T Xj E, W. Hare on hand a large and well assorted stock their line, consisting of Foreign and Domesn. Hardware and Cutlery Iran tad Steel, asserted, Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools. AgriealtvaL and Hiniof Implements. Creeltery and Glassware. Paints AOils Hemp and Manilla Oordage, Groceriesand Provisions, Wines. Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSUMNCI! COMPANIf OF LONDON, AC. OT TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON. fIBATTLB. w. T„ Jqlj lit, tß7a. Chilbfre Brothers, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, And kaap conatantly on hand fiilfill CITY Flflfil CflfiJ MiAL RYIM BIHIIM! Mil. Rioe Flour, and! Feed. Also • wall aalaeta* stock of Crockery* Glassware, A Table Cutlery Wfclok tkay fnpaaa to Mil ohaapar than any othtr hoaae in BaatUa. FRONT STREET. SEATTLE/W. T. PINKBAM & SAXE, ARE SELLING THEIR CLOTHING ! —AND— eiSITS FURNISHING GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IK THE COUNTRY. n»A L . A. TREEN, MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND BETA|L DEALER IN GlNTlfiim N1 CUP, UP & STOCA BOOTS AND SHOES ! COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE. BOOTS AND SHOES For Farmers, Loggers, Miners, Miilmen, Sailors and Mechanics, constantly on hand, by the case or single pair, or made to measure at short notice. Ttys House has had these lines of Goods in this market for more than ten years; the hides are grown and tanned here, and they arc home made. In CUSTOM. WORK, Boots and Shoes are made to measure, and sent to any part of the country, by express, steamboat or mail. Price* according Fishing, Biding to (jualitj of stock Dress, Cork Sole, and workmanship. taacnoM rot Mimwi n Itor.-IM ylm tta foot oa • pl-oe of papar, and trace tb. aattaaaaf tkaaMM wMfc paadl. wkM «til gfr»a tbo iMglh and apiaadof Um foot: tbaa ttaka Utr ML Aaklts M. Had : M, LMLAP; MFE, SAW or Ball of tba Foot, or Toaa. iriUnif HALL, Sf PAULSON, FURNITURE t aedding ' Window Shades, Carpets, Oil ' D . HflflMßL*! Picture Mould- Cloth, Brack- lators, Etc. Etc.. Etc Our facilities are such as to defy competition. OIVM 08 A CALL AND SATISFY YOVBHMLF AS TO HHOBS. Congress Gaiters, Alexis and Low Chit —or any hind and style of Boot or Shoe—made to or der.