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fge DIILV IVTELLIfiFAfEB.
Tuesday, Jfarch 27, 1877.
\ TY'LI. Bo AD BOMb - The!
growth i» pop ilati-m and w< aith of a'
Oty i* always i« direct ratio to the
•ru*tL in people ami possession* of the
euautry tributary to it. A city can
never out grow its tributary country
remain healthful and prosperous ;
whatever advances the interest of the
latter advances the |f>rra»?r directly.
It is like a tree, the growth and strength
ofwhirh depends upon the richness < f
the soil in which it is planted; its
tDorcaghfar<?s are like the roots which |
(jfaw these elements to its support. j
Xow, in the abstract, the whole of
Washington Territory is tributary to
our city, unless we may except a
mail section bordering on the Colum
bis river. Every enteipri<>e started iu
the Territory ; any considerable immi
gnti'Mi into any section, and the ad
vancement of any particular hxntlity,
benefits us more or less indirectly.
Every section will, in a measure,
te* as a feeler to the Sound metropolis;
bai there is or.o section, rich in its re
mtcn an l in »rea, which, by
viitae of its location, is directly tribu
tary to nur city and foi which Elliott's
Bay is the only natural outlet. This
section comprint s the great stretch of
country directly back of us, ami the
vast grain region casi of the inoun'aius
stretching awuy ea-t into I>laho The
amount of wh*at that would
he produced there in a few years if a
good road were established to this city
would be simply immense; and it isj
apon the production an i trade of this j
great region that our city must rely
principally in the . uture. We have i
quite as rich agricultural sections 011 the j
Sound, it is true; hut they will all have
\ their towns, wboM? trafic will be priaci
pally with San Francisco, ami whose
commercial advantages will be quite
equal to our own. As the section in ques
iou is our ouly direct tributary we
should put forth every effort to secure its
trade and for its advancement. There
is hut one way to do this aud that is by
opening the Hnoqualuiic Pass; and this
can l>e be done, (jet wome euterprising,
competent man head the project and
our citizens subscribe $33,(M)0 ; f 15,000 i
more cau I*' r.us«:d across the mountains,
and, we think, $20,000 got from the
Eegiklature. This would be sutiicient .
to secure a good toll road. The road
would bj a paying institution, and the '
stockholders would receivo a handsome
return for the money invested.
THKOVOH I ITK I*.\FT-I. — A number of j
Indians and ft drovir anived here yes
torday from Yakiuii country with
a drove of forty-nine head of cat
tic for Phelps & Wadleigh. They re
port al>out five fret of snow in the pass
And the road the rent of the way very
inuhly, an«l difficult to travel. Spring
ha* opened, they state, in that section,
bright and full of promise for an abun
dant harvest. The plains have put on
the Hummer mantle, and are as verdant
as a garden. Tho farmers are pre
paring to put in their Spring crop, and
the virgin soil is being turned up in all
directions for the first tiun» to bear a
gulden harvest of wheat The acreage
in grain this year it i* said will lie
about twice as largo as it waa last; hut
the fanm-rs aio tailoring under the
•nine great disadvantage. They will
he uuder the necessity next tall of
hauling their grain a long distance—
nearly as tar as it would be to Seattle—
to a place of shipment down the
Columbia river, and from there they
will have to pay the exorbitant rate#
charged for the long river transport*
tion down to Astoria or Portland. This
paid, together with tli" expense of
carting trutu th" valley down tothr riv
er, leavea the fanners hut a mere pit
tance for their grain The farmers are
inoro anxious than ever for a road
of souio kind to Seattle. If a road j
were opeued they could haul their grain !
here t« our city «piite as easily a» to tbr |
ptaco where they are in the habit of j
shipping it dowu the Columbia, and, ,
the grain once here, t.iey could ship it
to better advantage than troui Astoria.
LA HOE STOCK —'lhe largest stock of
wall paper ever brought to this city ar
rived here on the last >an Francisco
steamer and was opened yesterday by
Mr. W. H. Shoudy, at his store, at the
foot of Washington a reet. adjoining the
hank building The stock comprises
all the latest patterns and most elegant
prints known to the trade, including
the fine gold leaf and satin papers
The now lot amounted to jv.st seven
tens, and together with the >uiall stix k
ou hand previous to its arrival,
nukes a most exteusive display
—larger than any ever male in
the same line heretofore m this city j
In purrbasing so Urge a stock Mr. j
Shoudy got the W>t at the lowest whole- |
sale rates and consequei.tly can mark
it dt.iwn to the lowest retail prices He !
has Ken making considerable improve- j
Went in his stoie of late, and withal j
lixs put up a now, ingeniously devised j
set of shelving for the accommodation ;
of hi* new stink
~ I
NEW ItoolUl Mr. Hoyd, vf the firm
et lioyd, ronciu * Young, who re
turned fr> in S*n Frsneisco on the last ;
steamer, bi ought up fiom the Bay City
* very large and extensive spring stock i
®f dry goods, clothing, etc, tor tbtir
estaUishuient. The new ttock <*ill b<
opened in a few days and then we may
rxp ;•» u. at the Arcade, oue of the
finest di«plav» in tliat line ever made in
this city.
PtNXtv- OM e of the sailors of the
•kip Washington 1 ibby into a .ii»
pute ve>terdsy with, the t*Hikof the ship
snd the misunderstanding finally tt r
tmnate I bv the <wil< r dealing the oiok
a felling blow The Captain afteraards
entered a ni| laiut agsinnt the sailor,
md bad htm brought l<efore Justkv
Selye where he was fined and eo<*-'
*Uieh were j aid
rt.« re is I tit «ne *«» a l at IVrt
*»l, n the bark Tidal Wave-sod
two at Il'aVely th schooner W. L Ive
Waal li.-k tVe.n The 1!. K H«ui
* at P,xt l ownse <\ on b<r war t > the
[ *tt r p iv.
CT Our m rchai.t» are » I lay a j ia
****' spr.n 4 nxk.
HAT I.ED T p.—The «t**MER Otter has
bauM op for r»p«ri at Mad
docks ,fc Stew«t'» wharf She will
now undergo a general overh*al
| mg, after which she will }« put
! 011 # ° ir lae i regular rout?. The Otter is
I one of the most trim and elegaut little
tmats on our water*, and now that she
>» out of service in the coal transporta
tion she wili likely scon become one
of the most popular passenger boats on
the Sound.
DAXC»O SCHOOL. -Mr. Suinwtg's
dancing school, at Reinigs Hall, in
meeting with excellent auoces*. He
has now a general data of eleven chil- '
; under instructions on Mondav and
[Friday evenings and Saturday after-I
noons He expect* soon to bt ar t a gen-!
eral adult class as well. In two weeks '
he gives a public exhibition of the pro- 1
Hciency attained by the For terms
me advertisement ia iirthir column.
IV M essr* Crawford Jt Harrington
have f»r their establishment tho finest
turn out ever in this city, for their
span, of t>eautiful strawberry roans, they
have got an elegant new express wa*joa i
of tin* design and painted up in
the highest style of tlt<- art. a!v>, a new
handsomely mounted haruesn. It is
needless to add, that this team is the
c'siel attraction on our streets, among I
the many others.
A Ilia Rl'X.--Yesterday, tor the first
, time in our history, tho transportation !
i of roal from the mines to this city !
| reached WH) tons 400 tons came in !
; over the Seattle Company's road, and'
200 tons from the Kenton mine, orer
S & \V. W. R. R. This is a handsome
showing in comparison with *vbat we
were doing in the same way only two
years ago. The increase of the product
is more than quadrupled.
O.v A WILII-0(X«E CIIASE —W. D
Forbes, who got sinched so thoroughly
in cousequeuce of his connection with the
artificial stone proprietors, and fin
ally lodged in jail at Victoria, has re
turned here from California whither he
( weut in quest of Thorp and Leath
ers; but the two worthies were turn s»t
and he had his trouble for his pains.
. REAL ESTATE. —The following real
I estate transfers were made since our I
i list report:
Almira Kidd to E. Schroeder, tt al,
! lot 20, in block 60, Kidd's addition to
I Seattle, for |CO
Dudley Evans to Thad llauford, 100 !
acres u section 6, township 20 north
for SSO.
Mr Mr. Page was in irom Lis log
ging camp at Oig Harbor yesterday,
purchased a large lot of supplies, and
chartered the steamer black Diamond
to taku them across this morning. lie
also engaged some additional help, and
intend* to carry on the logging busj '
ness there on an extensive scale during
the routing .season.
Grand Sociable.—The ladies of the
Baptist society have arranged for a
grand suciabh* ut Y«sler'n Hall to-night, j
Among other attractions there will be
vocal and instiumontal music, supper,
etc. Tho atFair promises to eclipse any
similar one of the season iu |H>int of in
terest, ami of course everybody will at- .
tend. Admission free.
ur Passengers wishing to take pas j
Siige on the City of Panama for San
Francisco, can lesve here on the North
Pa< ific on Thursday morning, and
teach Ywtoria in time to tnke the
ste tiucr.
tar The Lizzie \\ itliinn, Montana,
and Aureola are now oa the way litre
fur Seattle coal Unless «>nu of theiu !
arrives soon the Sattle Imnkeis will bo'
left vacant ugsiu.
I-TAh »rse, buggy and harnei-s was
sold eu the street yesterday for $75; and
tbo "turn out" was quite a respectable
one at that.
I-tr The lurkeutine Modoc 1 tided
with Kenton coal and a deck load of
lumber from Coluian's mill. Las sailed
for San Francisco
t iie schooner Mary IVkcr
called iu here yesUrday on her way to i
Tacoma with a load of bay from I
WhuP«y Island
! the Otter brought down s load !
I of hiy yesterday from White river for j
i Bigolow & Co.
kjf* Fine spring weather again, and
; clear warm tnoondight nights.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
AMKKICAX HOt'SX
\\ K Webster, M A MoConnell, City,
A S H«ni>>u, Ottawa, Canada; W t»en«\
' <» Plumb, Snohomish City; J Canton,
Black Kiver. W Itincor, Watsonvill*.
j fal . K l' Shoecraft, Olymtua J KTut-
I tie. Kansas. K Duckworth. S Breck
man, San Francisco; J Ponours, Mr
Remember This.
Now i« tiie time of the year for Pneu
monia. I.ung Fever, Ooujhs, Odds, ai.d
fatal results of predisposition to t'on
sumption and other Throat and Lung
Disrate B»«CH*»c'» Qvrmin SYRfr
lias ■»'« n used 10 thi* neighborly*! {, r
I the |«a»t two or tbre«» year* without a
j single fs.lure to cure If y»»u have in't
use i this medicine yourself, no to jmir
j D» l>gg!*t »*"•*»'
aiuj a>W him i f it* aoudettui success
among his customers. Three doses «i'|
tviiete the woi*t c*»e If v»i b*v« ".o
H in :ny medicine. !>%»y * Sample
Ilo'tie of liiKUSK l I»KHM ST«l"f
! for 1«» oruts and try it lieguUr si»»
{». tiie cents Don't n* gleet » c *igb
. to save ' > cri t*.
SwkKr Ctt»Eß; of eatr* .juality, f r
II aale br K. B Moore, Third street Mar
i ket,
THE EoglUh banks, apart from tfc?
Bank of England, are 34 0 in namber;
223 are private. and 119 joint stock.
Jn*t half the private hanks taaue notet,
and Hof the joint stock. making 167 j
issuing notes oat of 343. Of th<** is
i !»uirj{j, 133 are country banks, ar.d rbe
ro*t LrOOdoo.
ECROPEAS DRAFTS. —Drafts issued
! at lowest rates rn Great Bntun, Ire- j
land, Germany, Ilusaia, France, Norway
and Sweden. Tickets to and from
Europe sol i at lowest rates by Andrew
Cbilberg. Seattle, W. T.
j SEELS ! SEEDS ?! SEEDS :!! —At th * |
Eureka Bak'-ry, choice garden and
field speeds, of tbe finest quality. Call
: and eaaiuiiie our extensive stock of
| 'eed* btftwe i)ur< having elsewhere.
, •
MISCELLANEOUS
NOTICE !
VLL PARTIES HAVIN9 CLAIMS AGAINST
th- •' MINNIE MAY." will piMM> present
them to WILLIAM JKNSEN within Jo days. for
1 aettlemrnt
Seattle, March 10th. IS7T. mklO-dlm
'
SAW MILLS!
i
The Best Location!
—OX THE—
>
m«»mj mr ■»
—FOR A—
SAW MTT.T.
TO BE HAD OH
REASONABLE TERMS!
D. T. DENNY,
North Seattle, W. T.
March 20, 1*77. inb2l-d4aw4
Sitsatiou Wasted!
ACOMPETEXT CLEXK AND BOOK KEEPER
Ueairea a ututUiiß. W»(rs not ao much
an object aa permanent employment.
Piraae aSdreaa J. F., at this uflke. mhltS
THE
| RETREAT SALOON,
FROHT BTEEIT,
i
YSSLEK'S CORNER. i
The Choicest Liprc & Oiars!
J. GRIFFITHS,
PROPBIETOK. nib 16
Tlio Steamer
Fanny Lake
J. s. IIII.L - MASTER
|
Will ltave tfeattl* for
i Ontreville, I't nalady
|
; Nkagit & La Conner
EVKKY
•tioMiiay «nd Thuruday. |
jl^MlWtf
VANITY FAIR!
The 5-Cent Saloon,
I
I As good u gla«s of IWr an can l<e
! Lad in the oitv for s<.ts.
The l*-»t of Li<|aora 10 ct«.
A g<*>d Cigar 10 eta.
ML WILDMAN & CO.
I I
INTELLIGENCE
siifPin mm ima!!
j |
i
! I NPERCUNKD IX PaEPA&Et) TO
j I tamMiMwaMa <u *h ft roti<-« or p*rti««
; iiimti iM w. uld d«> i» ippijr. uxl
thoar !<• ►n.pl.-y «fiuM do.**ll to
1 wnli nr. it Ik lUill
cu OAc*. Sntl ». *. T
■ bit a F COoMBH.
9 LOOK! 9
I Lote Hastings
|CIGAR STAND,
, I OX COMMCHCUL STRMT.
urn *»« tv> it iut uiiit,
I> THK BF>T PLACE IN SKATTLB
TO liKT A KINK
IMPORTED CIQAR
Or CHOICE TOBACCU, fv»r Sttokittf
r or l h«* :ng
c* tu BjUI. Mc NaUat-f w UU.
KfcW tUi
MISCELLANEOUS.
C L. MITCHELL.
Manufacturer A Dealer in First Cu»j
HARNESS & SADDLERY
MILLS'., BF.TWEEX FIRST AXt> SECOND
SEATTLE. W. T.
SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
HARNESS,
Acd m; to th* Tr*J* <N->n
Carriage Trinuii*
L>OVE TO OKt'EH. »nj fn icpt attention gim>
to til orUem NEW WORE or REPAIRING.
wmMmMS
Insurant Agency,
Representing Solid Indenmily.
i
Commercial I n ion. of London, '
CAPITAL, *12,500,000.
Royal i'amndinn of Mont rent
CAPITAL, $6,000,000. ,
! Liverpool and London and Globe,
CAPITAL, ♦"23,000 000.
L -- . !
J. G. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
PUGET SOUND DISTRICT.
OFFICE OX STEAMER MESSENGER,
mhft-dtf
A CHANCE FOR BUSINESS!
i
FINE
•airy Fam for Sale
AW »hl\G REMO\ 1 TALBOT MIXES,
Will U* ao]<l it a low figure fur cftah.
Apply at tbii> ufic*. or to
C. H. lIAN FORD,
f«3O-dliu offlcf, FrtueuthaTft Baikling.
TfL GrLORE,
InMrlrr of mill Denier Im
FURNITURE
nriGLSTEM GOODS.:
i Parlor Sets,
Bed-Room- Sets,
i Sofas & Lounges,
'of HAIR CLOTH ai.il TAPEBTRY.
I Bureaus.
Outer-Tables
Chain,
Curtains,
Picture Frames/
Mouldings, Ek. i
Cotuurrciai Strict. ffcsttlw. W. T.
! Clark 6cEustis,
fONTRACTORS & BI ILDERS.
" i
GL A HA NTKK FJIiS T- VI.. 15* WOJiK
AT THK LOWBST UA IKS.
• <
Him ft fouipl*t* outfit f<>r raifticft and njoving
buildtiifa. Hi t will attend to a«Kh <>rd«r* witL
pr— ptutm mJ diapatcb.
I Front Street, opposiu tbt faviliou
' M»44«ir
MORTON HOUSE.
Post Street, Above Kearney
SAN FRANCISCO.
W. (j. GRAHAM, Proprietor,
F«>rUi»ri» of a* Bit Tr»*a. Cala*»raa C«ox.ty
Pa.-lAc Ou&kTi-aa S[ Hat la Oiara
CV ojjtj ati J at* of Ttaaila, Cal. N(-(a
i PLAIN SEWIN6 !
! _____
X I tLUSUY AND CHILKUiIVS CU>TRiSO
! jl i »pa:alt). UstM
MRd A. FKTE&9.
l Rt»::.a at Mra OxtfU i, Fmtl rtrtw-t, »nr
tba Bai.rvad f»*' JUn
NOTICE !
\LL IKK* >- IIAVISO KILL* AOAIJSaT
JOHN CoLUXS t CO.. of tba Ocrld**ta.
H !»;. W< r*{a«*trj t.l ; PTM(.I tbf MM lu
ui«i« a,: ;<rnka» iti '.f Vt<-d V» *aiJ
Irru ar* ' D ttM tu pay th* oawt. tha
iuki»rv|aa! b»f >r» tb* first tat -f April. > r tfc*ir
ftixmu ati! W fawi ta a toi «W» haada f r
ICt UactMHk. aed \*U adO«0
P T. WHBEiX*
«, MarH ir abJ-dtf i
MISCELLANEOUS.
Cih IMiiiqucnl Tax List.
I>y virtue •* warrant is-ut ito n»«\
%ooording to law. on t 3d *3aj < f
February. I h%ve Itv-cl ujvn the
f-»U*iwiiij* j r perty for del:n
--q i*.*:.t taxe? dut the City of Seattle, for
the \ oar 1 >7»5. ai> iwi!l sell the same to
the lii;_'ht?>! bidder f r cash, at 10 \ y .
uti TI'EsDAY M.iriU "27th, u front of
the Pavilan, unless the taxes shall bo
pa.d before ti: it ia;e.
W. H. Snot DT,
City Collector.
A. tt:. C N B.ck* I'J A- and M Niu^kl'l
Addlt; n, i 2 (-t
Allen. RSt 7 I t * E*st*m Vdditnn : >6
H A. tot 1 block I». lut« -> and 4
block 14, lot 5 bl>«k It), Ma\na.ru's Addi
tion : |J 73
Bush. Ja» t {bKvk !' Eastern Addition n
Bright. Jesse P. : >ts t i> 7 8 tUk 35. Mock
lot*2 3•"7,bK<k 4j.t : s k»i.
! t* 3 4 !>' « *4. Menard* Additi a t« .
Ba be F X (Estat- t- .. and i block *•>,
lot lan I b Kk 14. Maynar I V Additioa . 7 2»"
Bli k\ p pe.Kt ibl.* 1 1. Eastern Vldditl< a. .j
Burr '*» Alei. let 4 ll- i 11, Jebkin a Add
ti»u . ;v>
Bai>r AS.! t» 3 tod -> block Terra's
Addition . " 2 2i»
Beck Wat, >i » of Ut 1 block 4 t. Maynard's
I Addition 44
• Ball BF. lot 4bl >k 51. Penny's Addition; !> 13
; ißßnt XC, Up 8 1 Mid 4 Uock t4>. T Try'*
Addition, ot* '1 aud 3 block fj, Ptiwv*
; Addi'.oa : .1 \i
Broulette JB. lot 3 block 22, Penny's Add'ti. 7 04
I Bum' » Ms. 11l el. lot* 3 and 6. block lot* 4
and 6, block 11. lot .1 block 3, McNaugnt a
Piat ; 1 10
Card well K C. E'v of 1 >t 3 block 5. Judkiu'*
j Plat; -_i
I Church. lot* 7 and *> block 33, Eejny'* and
Bell'* Plat ; " 1 76
Cooiutw S F, lots' 1 and 4 block 6, Penny'#
Plat; lot 3 block 14. >la»t< rn Plat . IS it)
Jim *, partot A A Dent y'sciaim; 4 4o
l>«mi>n Jobn F, I»U> 5 and s block 23,
Boren'a Plat; U 44
Lldfs Hhoda A. i>Kx k» 4 5 7 10 12 17 20 21 24
23 2* and '2V, loto 4 5 t> 7 r« and J bin k 1«.
lot* * 'J Ui U 12 13 and 14 block EJ« A
Knight'o Plat: 23 (.7
E*l>ry WW. lot blivk 15, B**!l"» Piat : ttß '
t'li t. \ Krigbt. lot :< and part u( lot J, Sec.
Tp SB 4 E . 1 .12
Ferry E F, lot 1 4 3 and 8, block 4M, Terry '•
Ut Plat 3 32
Frank August, lots 1 and 4 block F, Deunv'ft
Plat ; 5 72
i Freeland BR. lot > block 3. Boren'a Plat . 27 73
iirant John,'ot 7 block 18, Penny & Bell a
Plat ; (v
Gray LB, lotn 3 and 4. block 22, Bell'* Plat, 176
Plat; 2 20
UautboniP, I>'Uiw H. lots 11 and 12 block 22
Rlrt k Knight'* Plat; 44
. Hilton. John 11. lota •> and 4. block 4, Jud
kin's Plat; *8
! Hill, I»>H W, lot 1 blov k 5. Eastern Plat; 2A
Hart Mary > . lot 0 bl.n k 2S». Bell's Plat; fi 2H
Hatfleld, J N.Parti-f Sec. 24 Nil* E. 9 acres C ft'
Harwv. Mrs 0, l"t block 3, Bell's Plat , *8
Howaril. WM. lot 3 block 22. Penny's Plat . 1 76
ileatber A Enright. lot 1 block 27, Heirs P A
Bell Plat; 2o
Heurly, DO.EHot lota 2 and 3 block 77,
Penny'* Plat; 6 Id
nyde, Anthony, lot 2, Sec 32 Tp 25 B 4 E.
It'. \ acres ; 3 58
Johnson, Nelson lot C block 4, McXaught's
Plat; 44
Jeffries, ltobt. W. lot 5 and 8 block 10,
Boreu's Plat ; 8 80
Jenkins, P P. of lots 2 and 7 block 3, lots
2 3 an 1 4, block 4G, Maynard's Plat ; 15 t'.9
Jesiwrai'n. lots 1 and 2 block 18, Pen
ny and Bell's Plat, 1 76
Johnson. J S, lota 11 and 12 block 7, Ward's
Plat ; 35
Jackson. Th<>s J. lot 1 block*', Maynard s
Plat. lots 2 and 3, block 24. Pfuny's Plat; 89 in
Jones. A 11, lot 8 block 22. Penny's Plat : 10 56
Ketoey. George, lot 6 block 3. Bell a Plat; 1 10
Heading, G E. lot 5 block 4. Eastern Plat: 7 -9
Lcngaker, H P, lota 2 and 3, block 3, Bonn's
Plat; 13 3d
Lawler, John. *j of 10 acres Sec 4Tp2411 4 E 440
Lasswall, Jas C, lot 8 block 14, Ede» k
Knight Plat, 22
Leonard. TA. lot 11 block 17, Penuy's Plat; 2 64
Morte, lots 1 atid 2 block 25 Penny \ Bell's
Plat; I 76 !
M> Clennard. Thos, lot 1 2 4 7 8 9 23 24 and
27, McNaught'a Extension : 2 20 i
Mr Cans I and. O J. 4 acres in J H Naples
Honation Claim ; 7 92
May, Kate A, lot f>. bloc* lir2. Penny's Plat; 88
Mclaughlin, E. lot I bloca t'l. Boren's Plat; 6»m
M rris. Margret, lots 2 and 3 bloc* 54. Ter
ry'a addition, lota 346 7 and 8 block 74.
Penny'* Plat. 7 04
M' - Conaha. Gevi N. lot 6 bl h'k 12, Union
City : lots 4 and 5. block 3. Ju<iKiu'» Piat . 8 17
McLain \ lluchias, Ntl 1 ., Sec 33 Tp 25 84,
PiOacmi: 35 20
X« Isi 11, Alfred, lots 1 and 2 block 58, Terry's
Plat; 1 76
Xelaon. I. S, lots 2 and 3, block ."9, Terry's
Addition; 1 71
Pojie, SP. lot 9 block 4.10t 4 blo. K 15, East
ern Piat; 88
Per Kins, Chas, lot S blocs 9. I'.antt-rn Plat ; 22
Pointer, W 11. lot 3 blocK W. Terry's Plat . 8*
Palmer, Mrs J B. lot 1 blocs 12. Ward'* Plat , 22
Porter, |) li. l<-t 1 bloc* 5, Judkiu'a Plat. 22
Plate. Ail 'iph,lot* 1 and 2.b10c*4, Judkiu'a
Plat ; 5 2*
Pitklns. J W. \ of lot <; bloc* 8. Maynard's
Plat . lot* 1 10 and 15 OiocK 29, lots 2 and
3, bltH'K 28, lot*7 and 8, bhn *9, lots 5 and
6 block 16. lots 7 and * block 15, lot * block
4. loth 7 and - bl «'* 23. bloc* 10, Bell's Ad; 23 54
Pattiaon. W 11, lot* 2 l and 4. !4ec 3Tp 241t 4
E, 8»'. a, res , H\ of XEH» Sec 4 Tp 24 B 4
E. 80 acre* . 2® 21
ynimby, I. PW, bliH k Eastern Plat ; 20
Robert*. Martha, lot .1 block 45, Ma\nard s
Plat ; 88
Robert*. John C. lot 6 bio, * 12, Maynard's
Piat . 2 75
Rucker, tieo \V, lot* 5 and 8 b»o< k 92, Terr\ *
Plat 6 38
Bobbin*. Ruth A, lot* •"> & 7 and 8, block 29,
Boren a Plat . 49 48
Stone. I>a\ id G. lot 3 block ,v> Maynard's Plat «8
Stnrdevant, C M, lot .1 block 76, Terry j Plat. 88
Tilton, Mark, lot* 7 and » block 12, Majnard
Pat 5 50
White. M T, lot 16, McK•light'* Plat . 44
White. W 11, lot I blcck 85. Terrr'a Pl*t. 2# 63
W. e.len, Anna M. lota 5 7 and - block 102.
l>. nny's Pl*t, 2 64
White, HA, lot 1 St. r> Tp 25 R4 E. I'' \ acre*. 3 52
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