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VOL. V. 0 IMKI IK-HXFR HANFORD, Tri bttsixess manager. Foot of Cherry. —jvrt:i.i.■<•£>« Kß. *** •* popular Journal of Western Wa«h *"* -MSUM- laryeat circulation of any Vapei »JSL**T2SI Tliree Dollar* per au- J otherwise, ® 4 .08, daily isTEr.nuEJrcea •- every mortis*, (Sundays «»- delivered to sat. «muers an) whure U, '•JCT « I »3 cento per .reek. Jeyable to tl*« TJE'tingle «>P ie " 10 cwlUt -2!»BB0m. * I ».«•»» XIVUM*. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IIALI . UTTKB, SEATTLE, WASII. TFBIUTOBY. Front and Columbia Streets—Cp •""" Stairs. 1BYI\4« BALLARD. 4TTOINEV AT.LVW. SEATTLE. WASH. 118 Otke— Hocm 2. Dispatch Buildli.K. Opposi** LkcuUntul Hotel. um KCNACOST. Jonttß r. MCNACOHT. McNAUGHT BROS. AITORXEYS AT LAW, SEATTLE, W. T., Ote* la Iha building formerly occupied by Xcßiu*ht k Leary. aU3-dtf JOHN LEARY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BEATTLE. W. T. j Office tor th» pr.sent tu «h* building formerly •ecupled by M -Ntuwht k Leary. *::Ldtf 0, 0. LAASAFIKC. C. B HASSOBD. I.ABBABEE HANFORD, COUNSELLORS —Aim- Attorneys - at - Law SEATTLE, W. T. Office next door to Dlapatcb BoUtllng. d'M-dly D. P. JENKINS Attornev-at-Law, SEATTLE, - W. T. W. W. TIRTLOT. ATfOBJfIY.AT-L.VW, PNOHOMISU CTI'Y, Washington Territory. D. W.STARKEY, M. D. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office on FRONT STREET, next to Odd Fel ons' Hall, Seattle, W. T. jUK CiLJiolN> Seattle, W. V. •■h Jlo. t, Dispatch Building, oppoelte Occi dental Hotel. ttS. S. 0. HEWES, HI. D. HOMCEOP ATHIST. hi if lb Vint Lrij Graduates ia Idiciie, Mil til unices the people of Seattle suit "•FMhclto Cout. J>laPeetwr Hewes eomee West af »er ten years **aut and auoceaaful practice. Will open ■■■ja to the tick. Mothers can Snd i home, bent <i leal attendance during conflne •JJ.«aa patients for general medical treatment *JU twai the sick by letter, aud fill orders foi •JjJtoeby mail or esprcea .i.."* 11:8 on Union street, between Fourth and n™ l - mj'jy-dwtf IRS. k. ftH. B. BAGLEY. Uomutopathistßi SEATTLE, W. T. h*-H #. BAQLEY, LATE FBOFEBBOB OF fttoelplee and Practice of Surgery in the P*gs Central Medical College, will make Surgery and Surgical Diseases a special *iU attend to calls in any part rfttt OR.G. A. WEED, IRGEON AND PHYSICIAN, SEATTLE, W. T. at office ou Commercial street, JIT ® M *'s * Attridge'a Drug Store, from 10 *o <£-*• wd ai residence, corner of Madison uJ _^™**Ws, from ltojr.K. 4. C. QItASSK, DENTIST, OF- Bee ia Stone ft Dur rftt's New Build. : __ lag on Commercial street. All work PWHIiH. fife J.S. MAGGS Bontlst, °**lCE, MILL STREMT, t***laVl» and Oarue<e Store. EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. f*«. P ESS-MAKING DRES3-UARIKO. CVTTINO or kSSlloa KIKCAID & CO. Over the Arrade. 2U '* *a A-l DiMumtker, direct froaa J**"* shleptrtaer. They rtspecU "ceetom aad guarantee satisfaction. auctkdtf Seventeen States. .V gentle Mis*., <»r»ce seize] with cM J, WHS feeling mo t inferra! 111.. When etwne an Md. for t • kn >.v If N. Y. service he coal 1 do •O," cri«.] the maid. for s"ar.-1 »,* ,h'', •Do you In S. Term, t > uiurdt-r li- ? 1 'La satd the doctor, 'I Kan*. sav'- You from a rao.t untimely s»rave. It you will let m** your c-tv* And Jiang this liver pad in plac*?' ; 'Am la fool?' the patient 1 Tied j I cannot D-l the brute r»*plie.i, 'lint nr. one can be long time 111. Who 'l ex. a patent blue Mssa j ill/ 'Ark !' sh-'i» kt 1 the girl, 'l'll hear no Mo., Your nostrums are N. J.—no 20!' Terrible Fatality Among Stovepipe Punsters. From the Cincinnati Breakfast Table I„a«t week wo advertised for a bran new stovepipe joke.The following have be a n h»ndid in, and the authors all settled with »»ve two, and our det<-ft ivr» hits just telegraphed ti* that he will h%ve both «>f these before anotlier moon is hung and quartered. No. 1. Why is a stovepipe lik<; a broken l-g * Because it is a p unful operation to join it together. man who btong'it this foully inur dered,) No. 2 Why is a stovepipe like a political candidate? Because it is itll holler. (Author killed on the spot ) No. 3. Mr Editor: Y ovi can g-t up a new joke on stovej.ipe alwut its being like a ttper'^arm—jilwayscrofik ing ;ts elb >w.' (No nauic; detective* on the trail ) No 4. 'A stovepipe in the devil's liest ully. It makes even deacon* fail from crare ' (Himte l him two day- ; Pound h: MI Verdict; 'Death f ->ru unknown causes') No. 5 'A shallow built a in-«t in a «tovipipe. lnit whfii the hired rM hailt a tire with k- ro«< n".he fine away.* (Convicted nnd will be hung i.ext Friday ) No. (i Wli.t pipe it. iicvt r the ii; e of pßAcer' A stovepipe. (The oilier one the detect:voi is aft-?r. Clitnoes (food to catch him. Look up th» stuff ed club. John. Yum. Yum! 80-lud. Ue-ltid I) No. 7. The >ei«on < f the y.ar ap proaches when the fond husband and father is called upon to arrange the stovepipe in the Winter kitchen. A «tr<>njj mail Cau endure the presentation of a note to pay at once in bank when ho baa uo money; he can enrture the gentle persuasion of the highway rob ber, but when he comes to adjust the joints of i stovepipe, the climax of hu man endurance is reached, us any trouble by dying on hi* own motion ) No. 8. A Groesl»a<k boy, in answer to our advertisement for a now stove pipe 'choke,' thinks we would pet enough to soot by l»urr.ine egg coal for a time. (Kgps actiy ! \Ve smoke the pun. A man ha* b-wu to stnoke •iim out.) The entries for stove pipe jokes will positively clone this wet k. Greenbacks After Resumption* A great many greenback meu and others m-iintitin that if the resumption •iCt takes eff.*ct on the first uf January, greenbacks wilt be returned, and no thing but gold and silver will be a legal tender. Toe Secretary of the Treasury is r.ot required to destroy the rccnbucks whi<h lie redeems, n->r i-t he forbid-U-n to i»suc them uv&n. COD if re s in June enact d that tie legal tender note* should uot be re duced below the amount then in cir culation. Tbe amount at that time was $346,681,016. The specie resump tion act does not touch this provision, which further provides that these notes, when received. sh*ll 'not b." re tired, cancelled nor destroyed, but they shall be re-issued and paid cut again, and kept in circulation.* Under this piovision of the law, the Government will disburse greebacks after the Ist of January as legal tend ers. But the*e three hundred and odd million dollarsaie subject to redemption gold and silver at any time when pre sented at the Sub-Treasuries. The case is not as the greenbackers present it iu the West. It is not a contraction of the currency. The paper currency ot the Government, being redeemed in gold and stiver at once, nobody will want it redeemed, or rather so much a< is redeemed one day will go out on the next; for every disburs-ing office ot tbe Government will pay out greenbacks indiscriminately, and every Sub- Treasurer will take them. Resump tion then is not necessarily contraction. In some qualified sense it may be ex pension, because gold, silver and greenbacks will be paid out and re ceived by the Government aud by the peoule as the currency of the country. On "the first day of there will be something over the three hundred millions of gold and silver in the National Treasury—enough to meet any possible d.-m»ni for resumption. It is not at all likely that this gold a d silver will be all drawn out. Resump tion will have been accomplished with out any sensible contraction, but wit'i a probability of a material enlargement of money in actual circulation .—San Fraud** BttVeii*. A CORRESPONDENT «k* the correct way of spelling the name of I/a>k W«bon. We kn-w no way to spell it, but a gentleman in the fitting business, who has observed much,, states that it has been variously address 3r£«s: W". «-«. H Ysac. Isaag, I lie, I>iace. Naeh, Isie, Isiaac. Isaace. lsaae. I««, I*as.c I.ks, Aisec. Isaar, lassac Isaich. Icetc. I*aa«, Istcs, laac, leasee. ISM. Is»ek IMCC, Isaace. Islke. I*>»ck. l*k. Ike, Icaac, Isici, Jsaac. K«ca. I*K», lsoaao, lalaecoes, I btc*. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, IS7B. MISCELLANEOUS PUGET SOUNDSTONEYARD M. J. nATngmro 11 ihr Htad uf Yf*!er'» Wharf, SEATTLE. EVPIT variety of Ometeiy Work executed la Marble and all other Stone with neatness and dispatch. Al*o.*llklndaof Masons' Building Material kept for the market. Also. agent for the sale of the Han Joan Lima. All ciders promptly filled, and satisfaction guar anteed novtdfcwtf To Those Wishing to Secure Homesteads! • W. B. HALL, Surveyor, Land and Tax Paying A sent, SEATTLE, W.T., OFFEF.3 HIS SFB VICES TO PASTIES WlSH ing to secure Homes ID Washington Terri tory, either by Homestead or Pre-emption, as he is thoroughly acquainted with the land not yet tslfpn up. Terma, verv reasonable. Apjdy in person or by letter to W. B. HALL, Seattle. DRESS MAKING Mme Maple, (Direct from the East) n>« permanently established DRESS MAKING at thin place, wild reapei tfully solicits the praton ag<! of the Udlea of Seattle. Knomw.—Col man's Block, corner Commercla and Mill streets. Satisiaction Guaranteed in Work and Prices. octl-dtf WHIDBY ISLAND FARM | \ciir Oak Harbor, FOR SALE. < OA ACRES. MOSTLY BRAVER SWAMP I.OU now J rained, aud F»fty Acres under (Jood Culti vation. H'/.'A i stool Duelling Hou*e and Well of c.rcelle .t Water at the door, a good .StiMe and a l f<je Barn, and a thrijty Orchard of Choice Fruit Tree*, all hearing. Title Perfect. A span of Good Horses, a Wagon, 1 and Farming Implements cau be bad j on the place. Anybody ilia!roan of aralng the above described , ana c%n call on Frank DeLorme, On the IPr.--inlaws, or Major O. O. nailer at Goupevlle. W. T, JelS-dawtf MONS.A.MOREL OF •"HE FIRM OF FEISTEL & 6ERRARD, 338 Market St., San Francisco, Office Hours—From 10 to 12 & 4 to 8 P. M. HAS ARRIVED, AND CAN BB FOUND AT the Occidental Uutel, and will treat the fol lowing ailments, to-wit: Cor at. Hard and Soft Bunion», Chit• U<iin», Ingrowing Nuih , and a ! l DUeaMi of tht Foot. Core Guaranteed Without Fain. A. SPEOIALTST: W<»r/s, Frucih ', 11-Je*, forth Mark*, etc. wmiocT A cat oa tsurax TO TSB sua, IX3TANTL Y REMOVKD. Beconaaended by the Elite of the Pacific Coast Branch OSce— Procreaa Ball. Room 3. Between Front and first streets, near Alder. Portland, A LADT IN ATTENDANCE. auftl-dfcwtf TREASURER'S TAX NOTICE. VOTICE is. HEBEHY GIVEN that the Tax Lbt of King County »R>i Special School Tax for th« year 1878 are noir due an i ia my bands f«>r collection. To all taxes rnMtniug un paid on Deouioer 1-t. 1878. tea per cent, penalty will be ad-led. Tax pay er* wilt plt-aau hand in tbeir supervis ors. r»ad poll and rw*d property tax leceipt*. G. D. HILL, Treasurer. Seattle, August 19tb, 1878. aaptlß-d*«td HOTELS, Ac., CENTRAL HOTEL j Cherry Street. j | Board and Lodging $5 per week. i HAVING A URGE FAMILY TO MAINTAIN and be'ng drpea <eot oo ojr patronage Tor 'h»lr wDpcrt w * w.o'd rupeet u Iv solicit a gen eron« »Sare of ti.e nub'ic 'm'cai, a-suring our pa*- roos tl jt DO (>3lß* will be «rarej TO make oar h .use in trtrj w».» ,q ial in merit to any o:ber b<:U<e in j the city J. E GIRARI), Prop'r. Seattle, Oct. 10M>, IH7& octlOdU ORIENTAL HOTEL. TEMPERANCE HOUSE, SECOND STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T. This Hotel is newly built, bard-flninhed, and elegantly f urnUbed reoms in suits or single. j Board and Lodging per week from $4 to $6, according to Boom. This house is conducted on first-class princi ples, and every attention will be paid to patrons. Baggage conveyed to and from the House free of charge. N. LOriS, Proprietor. HO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. AMERICAN HOUSE GEO. WELSH, Proprietor. SEATTLE, - W. T. Board per day fl 00; per week, $5 00, $6 00 and $7 00, according to roem. MEALS 05 era. BSDS 33 AMD 50 CT9. No Chinese Help Employed. r r J jjrl2-dtf OCCIDENTAL I i Iff W TP JE ~Mj SEATTLE, W. T., BOARD AND LODGING AT MODERATE RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, And I* I PIRST-OLASS In all Respects. FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., j.l PROPRIETORS. NEW ENGLAND H » TT » Ma Corner Commercial & Main St*., Seattle, w. T. I THE NEW ENGLAND and lla accommodations for famine* are onaoi Tbia Hoose U NEWLT BUILT, la HARD FIN. 1 IBRED thioKkoiit, haa targe and well forniahed Kooi&a, and first class board, on the European Plan, can be had at moderate price*. IT I n V H E Best Hotel in the .City. L. C. HARMON, 1 ml-tf. Proprietor. EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. Mill Street, opposite the Occidental. Open All Night. Bed* 25 to 50 cents. Special Rates bj the week. Andrew Pflanm. JtMU Boat Bnilduig The tmdmlgw*. Nrbe kw b*«n taftpd la boat bollAtf «i tfca loud for thws »aar» past, oAn h*a aai ilwi to ill parsoca daairiag to p*r chaaa or koild Fast Sail Boats j OR Row .Boats, Or lay othar work in Us Una. Good aatiaf action gMiiUri at nmaitU yrteaa. IXTOIBX H. EDfTROEX. j fort Mihaty. Jnlg «. lOT. dtf MISCELLANEOUS. l p. m I so\. VVVfiH Hklßv JEWELLBfiS ENGRAVERS DEALERS IN American and Swiss Watches FIXE JEWELRY, SIL7ERWARK AND CLOCKS. QDOTM SENT TO ANT PART OK THE SOUND C. O. D. Watch and Cl«>ck Repairing done an usual, at moderate price*, ami in a satisfactory manner, at the old stand. Front Street Seattle. W. T. ap&dtf H. TJHLFELDER, DEALER IN Fnttey Goods, OroeUery. (ilass^nre, Tubaeeo. 4'irnrn, Pipe*. tir<»rerloH, Ete., Et,'„ Corner of llili and Comiaercial streets. oct23 JA COB IiBVY jj! r.iv/i im//> FOR j) W Second-hand Clothing, j I E3 BLANKETS. i 2 I Jj j WATCHES AND JEWELRY. j2 ' 14 Coinmercinl St., b t Wasblngt u and "H Main, Seattle. W. T. «• W. T. ORAHAM. GEO. VA.VDIKE. NEW PBOUUCBSTORM TUe undersigned hare formed a copartnership for the purpose of carrying on a firat-clasa Produce j It is our intention to kepp on lisnd, and for sale at the lowest living rat.-*, all kinds of Pro dnce, such as DA Y, FLOUR, FEED, VEGETA BLES AND GRAIX. We may be found on YESLER'S WHARF At all times, ready to wait npon customers who may favor zls with th«ir patronage. fiRAHAM & YANDIKE. Seattle, Aug. 3,1K77. dtf S. BAXTER & CO. Importers and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SOLE AGENTS for Western Washington for the California Farmers' Mutcal Fire Insurance Association, OFFER FOB BALE TO THE TRADE ONLY Tenaant'a Ale, plnta and quart*. Baaa' Ale. plnta and qnarta. ; Oalneaa' Porter, ptnta and quarts. Henneaaey Brandy, In octave*, and 1,2 and 3 t atarlncaae. Martell Brandy, In octave*, and 1,2 and 3 atar i In caae, Otard Dnpay Brandy in octave* and caae. California Orape Brandy in octave*. Scotch Whitky, in caae and balk. I rial) Whitky, in rut and bulk. Champagne—Cbaa. Farre, in pinto and qnarta ; ; Landaberger's California, Imperial, and Private j Cuvee, in plnta and quart*. Sherry—Fln<-*t Old Oalden, OM Oarvey and California, in case tnd bulk, i Port—lmported and California, in caae and balk. Bourbon Whiskies—Hotaling'a genuine J. H. . Cutter, In caae and bulk ; White KOUM, Culver, eal. Miller, etc., etc. ITobaccj— Plug. Oranalated and Long Cut. Cigar* -The Largest Stock az>d "»*t Aa*ortmex.t on Puget So jnC ttf We are th» oaly hoav iii Washington Ter ritory chipping Fur* direct to London, England and are paying the highest Cash Price*, jetdaw ; mm NOTICE. Ornc* OF Cm Tkiuanueß, 1 Seattle, July lat. 1878. ( rpHE TAX LIST >OR THE CITY OF SEATTLE 1 for the year ISTB. ta cow tn my handa and due, All taxes not paid oo or before Dt emb»r : lat. Un, will be returned delinquent and • per centage a*fed. JOH* M. BLA>CHAED. j JySuvM CUy Treaaurer. > » P. w. WUSTHOFF, DEALER IX GENERAL HARIMIKI: \\N CUTLERY m y* IS* S3- 2• os £ S 9 « S-' 3 co *-*-• - s 3 5 » « £ 5 el M • sSo « ® < <aa P« _ EES u TZZ WJ Jj ° ■« n SHOE FUTOINOS, Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition, Fishng Tackle, &c. Front Street, Seattle, W. T. P. 0. Box 239. W. A. JENNINGS i " " | WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX GBQCEBIES, PROVISIONS HARDWARE, | Crockery and Glassware, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES and LIQUORS, ClfictifM, «ft». COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T J. R. BEAN, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, Will receive and sell all kinds of Produce, and do a General Commission Business. PROMPT RETURNS MADE. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED FRONT STREET, SEATTLE. ay>* dlf *i Chilberg Brothers WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN Choice Groceries, And keep co&fttantly on lied eti&FLI CITY FLOBH II UAL. in MEHUST run Rioe Flonr, and Feed. Also ft well NkM itock of Croekerv, Glassware, & Table Cntlerv Which UMT propoee to Ml. eft caper than u; other hou*e ia Seattle. 1 PRONT STREET, . . . SEATTLE, W. T. OLORE & W UNDER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FURNITURE! Tha moat comp!« atock of MIRRORS, PARLOR, jMH ■,![* WINDOW SHADES. DIXDJO ROOM HHP AT IE BPUISO FIXTCUE3 -d ca.xa.a " CTCM In Washington Territory, CARRIAGES, ~ every thing unilljr Alao, Fancy Cabinet! f R-kept in a Firat Claaa Far. Ware, Parlor Bryant* [ oltwe Store, which we Wall Pockata, B %it prtcM that !>«• :> She! Tea, ke., ' idFsai <omprtili«n Commercial Street. South of New Fngland Hotel. CITY DRUG STORE, Harris St Attril^e, Wholesale and HetailJ Deal eta in DRUIiS, CHEMICALS it PATENT MUllwß. - Cltjr SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY. t3T Orderi by Mail or Eipreas pronp.ij attended [to. jel-d&wti NO. 139.