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VOL. V. PROFESSION Al, CARDS. JUTE* *c JIACOHT. 'O** "A*T McNAUGHT & LEARY, ATTORN F.YH-ATLAW, SEATTLE, W. T. Also resident Affects of tha North BritUb *ud Mercantile Home of Xsw York aad Fhoenlx, of Hertford, Fire lu*ur*nce Companies. AUOU9T, 1871. C. LAK*ABKE. C. ■- MAMWO*D. T.AWRABF.E & HANFORD, COUNSELLORS —Aim— Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE, W. T. Ot&rm oeit door to Dtepatcb Building. dft-dlf D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - - W. T. PK G.V.C4LHOIJN, "soattlo, W. T. o :.e No. 1, Olapatch Building, *ppo*lte Occi dent*) Hotel. DR. A. BERTHIER FBBNOH WSICI.W I\D SURGEON COMMERCIAL STREET. Oppo*it* U. 8. Hotel, Seattle, W. T. Office Hour* from U to 11 A M; 1 to 3, and 7 to fr »• M. MRS. S. 0. HEWES..M. D. HOM CEO PATH I ST. dot of the First Ls<i\ (iraduitts in Mdidie, otter* her Mervii-e« to the people of Stettin and tli* Vortb Pac4Ao Cout. Mi*. Doctor He we* come* West after ten year* of coimtant and Muecea*ful practice. Will open her In-line to the tick. Mothers can find a home, with the be«t ■#• leal attendance during confine ment. ani patient* for general medical treatment. Will treat the alck by letter, and till order* for Medicine hy mail or expreaa. Keeidence on Union atreet. between Fourth and Fifth. uiy'W-dwtf D. W. STARKEY, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office o*er Frauenthal'a *ti>re, corner of Com* uierclal and Mill atreet*, Seattle, W. T. QRS. A. & H. B. BAGLEY. tiomvtopath iut *, SEATTLE. W. T. nit. H. B. BAOLEY, LATE PBOFEBSOR OP Principle* and Practice of Surgery In the Michigan Ontral Medical College, will make Operative Surgery and Surgical Diseaae* a a pec in 1- t?, and will attend to calls in any part of th* (Hund. dl 9 DR. G. A. WEED, sI'KUKON AND PHYSICIAN, NKATTLK, W. T. Office Hour* at office ou Commercial atreet, ov«r klarrla At Attrldge'a Drug Stare, from IU to li A. M., and at reaidenee, corner of Madleon and tt cond atreet*. from I to 3 r. u. DENTISTRY. J. C. ORASBE. DENTIST, OF MBS flea to Stone k P mstt's Maw Build. lag on Oommerclsl street. All work K jkrfcut*a6. |Cak J.S. MAGGS Dontlst, OFFICE, MILL STREET, Sa tele and Ilarna s Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. «S. A. o. r. ( lUIRT WASHINGTON. NO. $ .SSft. ANCIEHT j V Order of Fomiwii, hold* t*a meetings at H»wol« Hall every second and fourth Monday in month. All Members of tha Order la good standing are tfAUHy Inrtted to attend. **7 order of tha Court. w-Si-as; JOHN 8. ANDERiON. »e«. PU6ET FOUNDRY i WHITE Si TENPiY si'ockssoru to j. r. * t. w;lso*. \ LL KINDS OF IRON AND BRASS CAST « V Iqxb done at San Francisco prices. Ordsrs from all parts of the Sound wll. be filled •UU pnxuptoew and dispetsh. sp'JO-d* w It PHOTO-CHROME j —OR— Oil Miniature! i I S P A INTED B Y P®jy. bt-AuUfal, durable and InexpeueiTe. j ** tha Itnwt &ad finest production of the p »«»togr»|,hlc Art. aee th«m »t the STt'DIO on COMMERCIAL STREET moore, photo. «>y*-jtf ' The Labor Market and the Two • Unbuilt Overland Railroads. The bankruptcies from 1373 to 1878 stopped many borne industries and crippled others. Laborers have been thrown out of employment and com piled to use up their savings. Many out of work and out of funds bare suf fered. Families have been suideuly re luctd to want aud some to beggary or starvation. No wonder the indust rious men ask for work. They may not ail see that the civil war compelled the isi>ue of two thousand millions of government notes and bonds, which were called money aud taken for coin though at a discount—aud that this grrat of what seemed to be mor.ev, caused prices of good*, food, lauds, flocks, herba, manufactories and ships to g:> up; which in turn bred exces sive speculation, that had elided in bank ruptcies and the stopping of work Such h:is been the fact. He iuuy not see that these things always follow great wars. A few get rich, but the multitude get poor by war. Yet our country is rich in resource*. It recovers rapidly. The government can an I will pay its debts. LA HO HE US HAVE JUST CLAIMS. Government owes a debt to its own laborers. If it was a duiv to protect the nation for the sake of the people, it is 110 less a duty to protect th * people for the sake of the nation. If it is fair —and it is—to pay the government lionds according to contract, whether held at home or abroad, it is also fair to help the industries of the people, who must earn the by their toil to redeem those bonds LEGISLATION AIT TO BE PARTIAL IN STEAD OF NATIONAL. After the war, the reconstruction raised new ami gave questions, very difficult of solution. The passions off the hour, gave occasion for ambitious partisans to mount the rostrum, and secure the confidence and suffrages of the people on the specious plea of overflow ing patriotism. When in power the partisan sacrifices the public interests to his private ambition. While tin? state aud national legis latures have done many a noble thing to harmonize conflicting opinions and interests since the war, and all branch es of the government have deservedly worn the gratitude of thoughtful citizens, yet tley are open to criticism for neglecting to use the means within the province of legislation to revive the industries of the people. EFFECTIVK LEGISLATION. A most effective system of finance is to open the way for the miner, the art sian and manufacturer to earn the money to pay the expences of the debts of the government. Instead of this little has been dote for five years by congress to start the iron furnace of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Tennessee aud Missouri, or develop their coal mines, or to restore the workmen to the ship yards of Maine and Massachusetts, or open new ones in Oregon and Wash ington. Upon the farmers and stock raisers, and cotton planters, ami lum bermen and oil producers have been laid the chief burden to furni.sh their raw products for foreign commerce, most of which have beeu carried iu foreign ships and used to pay for sup plier. and the interest on our debt abroad. It is true that some manufacturers, of late, under the pressure of sharp compe tition, have won their way into foreign markets with their cotton fabrics, their machinery, their agricultural and military equipments, and have turned the balance of trade in our t<tvor. But tin-He triumphs ot traid have not been gained by the ade of congress, but in spite of its party strifes and adverse uncertain legislation. The true policy iu the United States a« well as in Eng land and in France is to furnish man ufactured goods, as well as food to nation? and to carry these goods a bread and find or develope markets for them. Euglaud holds the trade of China, South America, Africa, Southern Asia and most of Polynesia for her man ufactured goods. Th<» leading men of the south to-dny assure us that "they are looking for its future welfare not to politics, but to industry." A delegate of them, head td by Senator Gordon, recently visit ed New York to learn more about the manufactures of New England. 'Some time ago the cities of Charleston, Savannah. New Orleans, Galveston and others designated General Gordon to represent the industrial interest ot the south in Euroj>e during the coming season by presenting to cap itslists and others who might be interested iu the facts in regard to its natural resources, with a view to investment for their better cultivation and development.' "Speaking of the extension of foreign trade.'* says the Boston AJcertiaer, 'especially with the countries nearest to us, it is always to IK? remembered that the first condition of success is prosperous tn>l vigorous home in du»try." HOME INDUSTBLES, NOT I'ARTIZ AN POLITICS, OF MOST VALUE Til* *trife between the north aid south and the east and the we«t is to I* nut which shall produce the most of raw materials to l>e manufactured and •old by other natious. but which shsll imitate Kngland in employiug the labor of the people, and thus reap the profits both ou raw materials and finished goods. New and quick r.uites of commerce must I* opened and new markets tor goods developed. The Pacific states front the shores of the populous Asia and Australia. \* e have the advantage of sj»ace and time and immense but partially used re sources to ultimately run a large »l»ar* of that commerce THE THREE OVERLAND R> IL ROADS NEEDED FOR THIS Ft*Rl*OSE. The eminent statesman who project ed them in IS">3 and secured the act of congress to make the surveys foresaw the importance. The act of incorpo ration of the northern and southern. SEAT TLE. WASHINGTON TERRfTORY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, LS7S. reijuireing that American iron be u«ed in their construction, aimed to employ American labor and promote our in dustries Those unti imbed orders simplv wait for congress—in one case to merely ex tend the time of completion, and in the other to grant about one-sixth the aid extended to the Central and L'nion Pacific railroad. AMOUNT OF LABOR AT ONCE LMI'LOYEI> In the mer* construction of the present transe-continent*! road: "A total force of I*o,ooo to 25,000 work men all along the lines, and 5,000 to 0,000 teams bad been engaged in grad ing and laying the track or gathering out stones or timber. From 500 to 6<»o tons of m%teriaia were forwarded daily from either end of the lines. The Sierra Nevadas suddenly became alive with wood choppers, and at one place on the Truckee river twenty ftve sawmills went into opera tion in one week. Upon one railroad 70 to 100 1 >co motives were in use at one time, coutiantly bringing materials and supplies. At one time there were 30 vessels tn rout* from New York via Cape Horn with iron, locomotives, rails and rolling stock destined to the Central Pacitic railroad." gjTtic labor employed in building those r«>ads has opened vastly large fields of labor on the route and at both ends. Labor employment increases its own opportunities. The complet ion of the N. P. K. R. would employ many thousand of workmen on the routes, and as many thousand more of arteries in the mines and shop*. All industries would revive aud increase. Th Texas Pacific would produce the same effects. Both are legitimate, reasonable enterprises, sure to enrich the builders, the States and the uations, and to expand foreign trade, as they would build up our own industries. The success of one line is proof of that of the other two, running at such distances north and south THE FoLLY OF RESTRICTIONS, Who can tell the evil of hindering the completion of either of these roads '? We f**el most keenly the defeat of the N. P. R. K. Workingmeii feel it in their pocket*, at their tables, in their lack of power to provide comforts for their families. Pioneers have been waiting twenty yetrs for these overland roads, and politicians, by their acts, coolly tell them that the time has not come for these roads to be built. Our nation runs behind in the race with those who have fewer resources. Our nrtizans who ask for work are compelled to linger on street corners to get small jobs for the support of life. Shops are closed aud fires die iu the furnaces be cause forsooth legislators spend their time in planning for new elections. Shame on American statesmanship! Other nations mock us for our folly. Holding the key of the grandest pro gress across the continent and on both oceans the partizan neither uses it for the relief of his suffering countrymen nor for the honor of his country ! Q. 11. ATKINSON. MISCELLANEOUS. XIIkINTOSII & REEVES REAL ESTATE -AND - Abstract Office. . We bsve tlie Only Complete Abstract ol Titles to Lauds in King County, And Makes Specialty of Furnishing AB3THAOTB OF TITLE. To Purchasers of Real Estate: Be Careful te bare a Good Title. *r A GOOD TITLE REQUIRES, 1. Thsts Chain of Title be direct and perfect, i. That *k> Dover Interests are outstanding. 3. That there are no Mortgagee. 4. That there are no Mechanioa' Liens. 5. That there are no Attachment Liens. C. That there are no Tax Tltlee. 7. That there are no Liens by Eiecution on Judgments of Courts of this Territory or th« United States. S. If erer devised by Will, that the same vse duly Pro beted. 9 If the property bss ever been sold at Sher trs. Executor's. Administrator's, or Guardian's Sale, or under decree ef PsrtiUon, that the Pro c<edin«H are regulsr. A Government Pstent, signed, sealed and de liver d. constitutes the only positive evidence of the transfer of Title from the United States to the Purchs«er. MONEY TO LOAN Oq Flml-cluk* R?» E«ut« Security. If you viiit to Buy. Sell, or Exchange Securi tie*. *i*e u« • o*ll. MACKINTOSH fc REEVES, geetUe. W. T. To the Ladies! rj'HE ISDERSIGNED HAS LOCATED ON Cherry Street, Seattle, WLere »he is prepar.-d to TmcL Mr*. F. A. B<x>m. haver's iystern of DRESS CUTTINQ COMPLETE. Aleo ke«pe t-.-uaUat!y oo hau>l * well selected Assortmeut of FANCY ARTICLES FOR LADIES' WEAR ! F ri*« c*H sod etatuiu*. MBS. \\. li. KIESTKK. May 2'«. 19TS. a»y*Mtf HOTELS, &e., AMERICAN HOUSE HEAD OF VESLER S WHARF, battle, W. T. i " Tbi* bouae ha* been thoroughly renovated and not in firit-c!iH order for tbe accommodation of I tbe traveling public. i Boird dud LwlsiQf from $1 to 6 prr w«k Meal* aod Beds 25 ffots. EDWARD JOHNSON, Proprietor. No Chinamen Employwd. Je£dtf. OCCIDENTAL ■ ■ €» r JT Ma I \ SEATTLE, W. T., * HOARD AND LODGING AT MODERATE RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And Is FIRST-CLASS Tn all Resects. i FREE COACH TO AVI) FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jul PROPRIETORS. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite tbe Oocideutal. Opon All NigUt. iit'ils 25 to 50 cents S[>ecial Kates by the week. Andrew Pfluurn. je4*dtf NEW ENGLAND mm o npw: m. rorner Commercial & Main St.*., Seattle, W. T. THE NEW ENGLAND i'«» and lis accommodations for families are unsui paused. This House ia NEWLY BUILT, is HARD FIN IBHED throughout, haa large and well furnished Rooma, aud tirnt class board, on the European Plan, can be had at moderate prices. IT IN THE Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON. ml-tf. Proprietor. CLARENDON HOTEL. PORTLAND, OREGON. Zieber & Kuowles, Prop's Situated opposite all the Railroad and Steam ship Offices. Street ears paaa the house every Ave minutes. Free Ooach to and from the House. n2t>-dwly j PUGET SOUNOSTONEYARD M. J.OAB K HMK it Ike lira Jof Irtlrr'i Whirl. SEtTTLE. Ev«y variety of Cemetery Work executed In Marble and ail other Stone, with ueatnees and dispatch. Also, alt klndaof Masons' Building Material kept for the market. Also, agent for the aale of the Sao Juan Lime. All older* promptly filled, and satisfaction guar an teed Mukilteo Beer! Has Made i is Appearance, And ia Pronounced by all who try it. JM » T ■IV, SO WHL af t On the Sound ! TRY IT. 1 *ovß-dawtf MISCELLANEOUS L P. SMITH 4 M, »Vrcil HAkKRS. JEWGLLIIS -AND ENGRAVERS DEALERS IN American and Swiss Watches FI%U .1 KWKIiKV. SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS. OOODft liENf TO ANT PAST OE THE SOCND C. O. D. tST VFatcb and Clock Repairing done as usual, at moderate prices, an 1 in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street. Seattle, W. T. ap6-dtf My Public Pleasure Garden, AT RENTON, i Will be open on Sunday? from TO A. M. to 7 v. v. and on week lays any time on *pplicatiou. Flowers, Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda Water, all Kinds of Fancy Drinks, Confectionery, etc. Kept always on hand. Admittance, J", cent* ; large partiea lens. W. P. Smith. Bp-'J-dtf For Tacoma, Steilacoom an. Olympia. Thfc New l'a#*en>»er Steamer MESSENGER ! CAP T. J . O . PAItKEK, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EYERYj Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M. JySl-dtf * FOR SALE. A House and Lot! / CORNER LOT. 60x120 FF.KT, CLEARED AND V fenced, with nine hearing fruit tre**, small rulin, strawberries, etc., and s running stream of water. Price $ IJS, gold tvin. Title perfect. Apply to \V. BI'RRITT, my7-dlru Front street. H. UHLFELDER, DEALER IN Fancy CrAeltery. (ilaNtmarf, Tolinreo, < lacar«t, Pipex, (■rocerieti, lite., Kt.\ ruerof Mill and Commercial streets. oct'23 I CHAS. H. WELLS SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT 40 California Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. i * Ordem for the purchase or sale of Produce, Merchandise, Ac., solicited %nd promptly filled. Literal ia*li alvau. ee made on <*oosignmeut*. AGENT FOR THE Pnjet Soond Line of Sailing Vessels klklr ar pcamasioji in Lloyd Tens, Esj., Prea't Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Bank. J. Valentine, Keq . General Superintendent Welia. Fargo A Co.'s Etprct*. G. W. Cwlbf-, Esq.,Prea't Granger's Bank of Cal ifornia. Th'>s. Flint, Mutual Fire Insurance Association. I.G.Gardner. Esq ~ Vice Presi-tent and Manager California Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance As sociation. Schwsbacher Bros. A Co. Danban.. Carrigan A Co. Hussey. Nlckei A Co. Haa* Brother*. Taber, Haehcr A 00. dli>-dawif Farm for Hale. 80 Acres Good Bottom Land! I ASILY CLEARED. WITH FoCR ACRES I t undrr cnitlvati >n ; good House, Cellar and Barn ; Fruit Tre^a—Appl««, Plums and Pears ; also Currants and «*.*oseb«Tries. The Building Site contains Five Acre* high land, the balance La all bottom : situated on the Saniamtsb. and three-quarter* of a mile from the »tearn boat landing; is on the eonsty road to Snoqualmie and Sestt>e Can go and rome from Seattle the sam*- day. I will sell at a sacrifice, as I wish to go back East, U. S. Patent and D*»-d. A iply to JAMU MORRISON, i Seat Us liiftts. MISCELLANEOUS. Crawford & Harrington, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS SEATTLE. "W. T. Have ou hand a large and well assorted stoek of Goods in tli« ir line, consisting of Foreign and Domestic -v * *** Hardware and Cutlery *ll*oll and stet*l, aborted. Illacksmitli and Carpenter Tools. Agricultural and Mining Implement*, • Crockery and Glassware, Paints & 0(1* Hemp ami Manilla ( ordago, (irocorios and Provisions, m jWines, Liquors, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, &C LV TALBOT COAL, FOR CITY TRADE, FOR SALE FROM WHARF CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON Seattle. W. T. Julj lit. 1875. * MAMMOTH CLEARANCE SALE! FOR 30 DAYS Prior to the arrival of our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK From the East We OtTer Dill GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, . BOOTS AND SHOES, At a Reduction of Ten per Cent, for Cash. We make an allowance on all Cash Hales in the above named Lines of Goods. COME EARLY AND OFTEN And Secure Bargains. SCBWABACHER BROS, & CO Puget Sound Business College, Cor. Front and Columbia Streets, HK.VTTLK, W. T. DEBIONEB TO IMPART A THOROrQH ENOLIHH EM CATIOJJ. A COMPLETE bTHINFMM Training. and Practical Infraction to M'xlern Language*, Corrf«pondeu<«, THfcKrapbjr, etc. THE HCHOoL-ROOM AND COI NTING-KOOM Ar* united apou a plan that a»vnr«e to thr «tud«*nt all the practical ad vantagra of rirb. There la ib operation a Rankin# Hoiiaa, with Check*, Draft*, Notea. bill* of EichatK?. Certificate* of ftepoait. eU... fully iihutratiutf the banking buainewi. The Mrhoo'-Ruom »« titled up with Mere hand lain#. JoLbiu« and Importing Eiupcriuiua. (uku rauee and Oeuerai Rankin# Offl.e*, Coaintiaaion and Forvardtn* llouaea. KipmM and Pr»at Oftlcea. F«»r particular*. apply or addre«* uiyi d&wtf PUOKT SOUND BUSINESS COLLEUK J. H. MARSHALL, COMMISSION MERCHANT —ANI>- Foot of Hind*' Wharf. Hay Flour and Farm Produce ALWAYH CM HAND Good* received on »torag« at raaaonabie ra«e«. Prrigbta .collected tod gooda |deliver*d t'tdtr. ep-4tf NO. \ l.