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VOL. VII. I'llE IXTELLMEMER. Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry. RATL3 OF ADVERTISING: One square, (one inch or Imsi . Ist iniurtior.. Si 00 Karh subsequent Insertion 0u notices p«r linn ii 11 y the year or quarter at reduced rst»s. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IRVING BALLARD, Al lorneyat'Luw. I'ROHEOHTINO ATTORNEY TUIRU JUDICIAL DIHTHICT. Otßrc on Commercial Htrert. nest door to H>-.liwsbacber Rros, \ Co.'s, up ststrs. oIS-d C. K. JENNER, Counselor and Attorney at Law, Will practice In »I 1 the Courts of Washington Territory. Oflire Willi Jadge Jacob*, oo James Street, teattle, W.T. 01l dtvlm •T. It. LEWIH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Orri' S Butler's Buildiriif, Room* 4 mud 5, Jiium Htreflt, oppoitlle OccideuUi Hotel. HfiATTLK, WAHniNdTON TERRITORY. jsli-dtf S. C. HYDE, Attorney and Counsellor at law SEATTLE, W. T. Oili-j un Commercial Street. west side. O. JACOBS, Attorney and Counsellor at law OlUhc Id builillutf formerly oocupled by I.arrabtw k Haufurd, near Occidental Uo el. Dusineaa |jMUiptly stteudad to. n. o. stsuvk. JOB* La tar. STROVE & LEAKY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW HKATTLKj W. T. Offloe on Ooinmeroial Street, nearly opposite tlie ofllro formerly occupied by Mc!taui;lit a Luary. s'l3-d.twtf UUEH MONAUUUT. Jitssru K, MeJUcmtT. MCNAUUIIT BROS. ATTORNEYS - AT- LAW, UATTLK, Of. T., Ollii'it nn Flr«t Floor in Ootiuan's llrlck Bl»ck. ICutram'H on Commercial Htrtwt. DR. E. L. SMITH. OKl'lCK— Caliuua'e Htilltllng, cor. Mill UII«I Cuiuiuxrclnl hIMU office hour*, 2 to 3 r. M. HV«I.I<MU« corner Mitt and Commercial Mr.rU. oSdtf DR. G. A. WEED, ssUUUKON AND PHYSICIAN, BKATTLK, W. T. Office liiMirs st ofßce ou Uill atreet, Iu the oM Vanity Fair UullJiOM. from 10 to 12 A. M., sad st reeiilmimi. corner of Matllsou and Seooud Sis., fruui 1 to .1 v. u. QRS. A. & H. B. BUGLET. Homtropat hint n i SEATTLE, W. T. I vK. It. 11. II AO LET, I ATE PROFEBSOB OF I / Prtuciptna sud Prsctto. of Surgery la UM Ulchttcaa Central Medical CalleK*. will make Operative Surgery snd Surgical Pleeasee a *pectal -I}, sud wilt attend to oall* In any Fart of the unJ. Alt MMIIi.iL ELECTRICITY! KM.EOTHIOITY, OF THE DIFFEItENT COM- I J tilnsttons snd force*. if rationslly applied, will cure the moat stuburn esses of CHRONIC DISEASES. d to Substantiate thl* I offer to take rassrs by contract If itcmre.t Office ou Commercial atreet, opposite Bchwa baebsr'a store. Hostile. W. T. i*iu-dtf 11. DOANK, Dlrrlrlrina. J* S. MAGGS Dontlst, OKFIOK, MILL STREET, UvarNa.t. I. atid Uaraeta Store, EAST OF OC CIDENTAL HOTEL. NS. DENTISTRY. IHt. J. 0. GBAHSE. DENTIST, OF vMCSK Acs over L. P. Smith k Sou 'a Jewel- ry Store, Sutllvsa's Block. Seattle. Alue Aijent f o r Ohtokeriug k Bon's Celebrated rUaca. KS. %■%'. BKAi (Late of San Frsnclsco.) ARCHITECT AND BUILDER PUm »nj Specifications ot the Istest stylo and l«.dtf ARTHUR DOYLE, ARCII ITEC T . OFFICE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. HARMONY LODGE NO. 5 K. P. THCBBDAT ETUUM Masonic hall. AO -- . ■ ooJ ■'UdlDg arc rordUUyjß. d REBBMIAKINC. OFFERB HER SERVICES fcJtU* 4 ex P*r i *» c *d Drwuuakrr >• with Mm. Alwool. on tha cart "tW " co#l <f*», betvwo Columbia and «M4lm KAMIXti THK BtRV. They gather in folemn council. The chiefs in the household band, Tbey sit in the darkened chamber, A conclave proad and grand. They peer in the curtain. <1 cradle. And each with one voice exclaim. As they point to the new fund tr,-g. nre, "The baby must have a name." They bring forth the names by dozens, With many an anxious look, They scan all the tables and novels, I hey search through the good Old Book; T»M the bsppy-voiced young mother, Now urging herj>ric>r claim, | Cries out in the fondest accents. "Oh, give him a pietty name." "His grandpa was Ebeuezer— Long buri«d ami g«ne, dear s»»ul." Siystbe trembling voice of grandu u As tb« quiet tear-drops roll. "Oh, cell him Kug»n« Augustus" Cries the yoang'Ht of the tbr.ing. • I'lsin John," says the bappy lather, "Is an houe«t name and strong " And thus is the embryo statesman. Perhaps, or the soldier bold, Respecting his future title Left utterly vut in t befool J. And yet it cau matti r but little To him who is ho diess of tank For no name will hon r the mortal If the mortal d'shonora tha uame. THE JIISKK'* KTOBI. They all believed that I was dead and out of their way; ayo, tbey were suro of it. My plan had beeu well laid and was completely suoc<s>ful A very little money sufficed to buy the neces sary evidence of my death from those rascally Syrian official*, and when the news reached Kngluud that old Hawke, the miser, (so they called me, you know) had diud of plagae while travel ing on some of bis usurious business in the East, everybody, and the expectant beirs especially, were too delighted with the glad tidings to make further inquiry, Hut for all that, 1 reached London as soon as ilih news. You are ut a loss to niilor.taud my conduct VVdl, I will explain; but 1 must go back many years to do so. 1 once ha I a Mater who win dearer to.iue than all else in thu world -dearer thnu money We became orphan* when we w«iro mere children, and wo were loft without a petiuy. We hut relations, and our fnthor, a widower, who had committed suieido on lobing everything iu a speculation, had always thought ho had plenty of friend*. Hut all these turned their back* upon thu penniless little orphans and we were rent to a charitable institution. Hut I had a will and spirit of my own. At ten I could support rnytelf l»y blacking boots and selliug newspapers.ui.d at fourteen I wns üblc to make enough for the scatity support of.my bister as well. I will not rehearse the steps by which, after mauy years of work aud saving, 1 roue at length to wealth and position. Suffice it to say that I accomplished this; but the struggle was a long and bitter one, ai d I came out ot it a mis antbrope and—a raiser. But not to* ward my sister. She was slill as dear to me as ever; nay, dearer; for was she uot all that 1 bad to love —except my money bags i' Perhaps even to her 1 was rather atern and austere; but she knew my atl'ection for her and returned it. True, she stood iu some awe of me, •ml I never knew her to a«k me for money; but she uever wanted for any thing- If «hu did it was because she stinted herself to give to other*; but aha never told me ao. Still her life was a lonely and gloomy one I cau see it now a< I look back—and there came a day when she left mo for another. That other was a captain in a dulling cavalry regiment, well b.uu and hand some, bat a Spendthrift, a gambler and a rove ot the worst type. It was my business to lend money to bis sort, nud oue day, when I was absent on a long journey, not finding mo at my office, ho went to my house. There he saw my sister, and then it wa* that be con ceived the idoa of paying off his debts by holding as his hostage the one mor tal the usurer loved. How he won the poor girl's heart with hi* dashing ways and smooth tonguo is easily itnagiued. Wheu I returned they were married. He thought to act the customary farce of begging my forgiveucss. Hut before he could screw up his courage to face me, I wrote to htm iu these words. "Send my eister back to her home and I will send you a cheok for teu thous and pouuds. Uetusa—but 1 need uot say that. Yeu see I know yon better than you know me." I have positive proof that he did not refuse; that on the contrary, he urged upon his wife the duty of retaining, since her brother objected so strongly to the meteh. Bat she clang to her hatband, poor, infatuated child; and even ha was not quite brute enough to drive her away. Then, in my fury, I cursed them both, and I ruined him in • mouth. Hs soli his commission and both went to the Continent. There he went utterly to the dogs. From being a gambler, be became a cheat, then a forger, and two years later died in a Prussian prison. Then I went iu search of my sister, bat reached her wretahed lodgings ouly just in time to obtaiu her forgiveness and close her eyes in death. But I brought back with me her baby daugh ter, who was thence forward a living reminder of the great wrong I bad done, and, if I ®*y expression, a constant altar of atonement L pon her 1 lavished money, affection and in dolgeuoe; there was no advantage, no eare that wealth could procure thai was not hers. The old selfish idea that I had entertained toward my sister-that she should devote her life to me and make my life and hers ooe—l oompletely. I *»• willing that Mabel should marry, bnt I was anxious that she should marry a man of wealth and standing. Yes, of couras you srnilo as TOU think you beer the miser talk; but, believe me. mj knowledge of the world had taught me that if • poor •nd un- SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1879. known man jought Lcr han J, it would be for my money and not for true lore of her. ll' r beauty, her aoeomplish n>": ts. anl —more than all, as I still »e --lie*e-uiy wealth, won her many suit ors. both rich and of high degree. Son* ! would h..vc '-we:i glad to tee her marry, hut the would have note of tb< m. Then, on a sudden, she fell in love with a briefless barrister; a fellow well-born, it is true, and of spotless character, »<> f*r ai 1 c nl<l discover, but utterly penniless. He came to me and urged his suit, bat. though I Iik«*«l his man y way*, I laughed at him and snerringly told him that my niece wh mistress of her own heart but not of my c fieri. Ho tried to wither me with ►corn, but I was hardened to that and ho left in angor. Then Mabel pb-a<]ud with me. I told her the sad history of her mother and used every argument tbat uiy experience of the »elr>nliiii si of tuah could furnish. I might a* uell have talked to • graven image. I considered the affair in the ■till hours ol the sight, and I laid a plan. Mabel promised me that uu.il I returned from a j >uru<*y I was snout to naake into Asia, to negotiate a na tional loan, alio would leave her love in abeyance. I kissed her good-bye, and s v >e hear lno incre of me till the news of my death resetted England. Whin the will was read, all the re lations, acquaintances and parasites who, by a vigorous stretch »of the im agination could entertain the rem >te«t hope of getting some little picking from the old miser's bones, were pres ent To their iniiniteastooishment and joy, every one of them got ten times more than he or she bad dared to hope for. and the na ue of tuy niece, Mabe!, whom tbey had hated as uiy sole hei . was entirely omitud. They pit D-d her —O, Low loudly tljoy pitied her—but not one of the heartless crow, bj word or deed, strove to rave the poor child from destitution. A will can be read in too minute*, Lut to execute it and place in graspiug palm* the gold it bequonths. may tako as many month# My lawyer. old Pliu'ly. was in ny se cret. uud hi; liui'W how to tantalize the heirs while I was hiding my time. '•Sow." «Aid I to inyself, "Mabel will !<aru that hor lover is made of ooiuinoa c!ay This »s the true way to prove that their deini god is after all a grofg mortal. <>ld Flin«ly cuiio to • y hiding place one morning to tell mo that Basil Mark hum hid told hiui iu confidence that hit was clad that old curmudgeon Mht'i lluwke had not burdened Mabel with a fortune, a:.d that as aoon as the dear girl recovered from her bereave ment they were to be married. It i* only necessary to add ttat Miser H-iwko attended the wedding; that the check he presented them with on the lourriage day was not a small one; that his retirement from usury date* from that auspicious occasion, and that what ho can refrain from spending on his dear little grand nephews and uiece*. will someday become the prop erty of their par nts by virtue of a will that shall not prove,to be a case of "mistaken identity on the part ot those blundering Syrian officials." vf InCKLL A N EOUS. - _ ■ ■ 1 1 WANTED AT THE SEATTLE AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORE I A LOT OK Second-hand Furniture £ Stoves For whl.-ti w» will pay the Hight-at Caah Price on ddl«rj of the sain*. DOI'UIN * CURADLK. ' li J'J-d ttu SEATTLE NURSERY, One mile oast from Ycsler'i Wharf or tlie r»:i«l to Luke Washington I FRUIT TREES SHRUBBERY, AND HERBACEOUS PLANTS A Fin* Ool'.acUuit of Small Fruits of all Kinds, An J Two VtrintlM of P H AO BE XI l» Tktt an Sara to Bipan la ttlt Climate. Orders Oaa be left at the Eureka Baker J C. W. LAWTOK. Proprietor. FOUNTAIN BEER HALL I Freol tt. acxt to ferth Picifie Bitwrry. TIIE CtLEBRATEO Schmieg'B Laser Beer on Tap mvi aid nr it. Badotlwr la «mt(i awl Plate. j.li-Jif FRED. GAPCH. Prapriauw. PU6ET FOUNDRY ! WHITE &TESNY TS TO I. ». * T. vuaoa. Aix riM* or ibox a*d beam cast. (BCiAoMataMrnMtoMprtM. Ordais froai ail parteW Ik*bui wIL WiUoi wIJi prtiipln*— •«< Bvdik •*•••• MONEY "EXCHANGE, MM Str+ei, r-ppcttile (V Poitofice. Ooi'. Ijilm aad Urwit«tl« >W|U Ml th* Trrj lowaat ralrt of •irfcinf. iijo u ui m Ctoicoot Braaia of dfU aai Tobacco HOTELS, 4c., NEW ENGLAND ■c « RM? » MJ Corner Commercial & Main Sis., Soattlo, w. T. THE NEW ENGLAND MSS and Ha accommodation* for faiulllea are anaol pi—rd. Thla House la XKWLY BUILT, la HARD KIN. H"V" throughout, baa large and well furoiafcad Booms, aud Brat data board, on the European Plan, eaa be had at moderat* prices. Best Hotel in the City. L. C. HARMON, ml-tf. Proprietor. MARIETTA HOTEL La Conner, W. T. MILTON B. COOK,* Proprietor. THIS 110 l a* IS NEW AND NEWLY PUKNISIIKD, GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, With th« Comforts of a Piivata House. The Tab'* will be found nun> « ptlonable. The Bar U fnrnlhhed with the fluent Wiuee, l.l.jmrH anl Ctgara. It ban a large well-fitted IIII.MAKD UOOU I'urnUhtHl with the bi-kt modern Table*. Nothing will be left nnJone in car effort* to wake the tfu*»t* comfortable-. iKUMa KODUUTIt. Ill! d*wly OCCIDENTAL i ■ ■ OWJL SEATTLE, W. T. t BOARD AND LODOING AT MODERATE RATES. This is the Largest Hotel North of San Francisco, Ati la FIRST - GLASS In all Respects. FREE COACH TO AW FROM THE HOUSE. JOHN COLLINS & CO., jet PROPRIETORS. Maison Doree RESTAURANT ! FRONT STREET, SE ATTLE. HORACE DOWNS, scccwn i to n. vimth, HAS THE PLEASURE OP ANNOUNCING that be baa flited un the »>> »•■ pljce. m l baa ontDid It aa a FIRST-CLASS RCSTAI'KANT. Ladle* and OeDtlemen bearded If the day or vcekun the MOCT RE.VSOX%BLE TERMS. FRESH OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. Faalliea aupplied with Crater* at SO CENTS PER QUART. Tbre« Meal Tickets for $1 00. Alto, FURNISHED ROOMS! Newly fitted up. j f'JU-Xt Bow down your bead, ye haughty clam. And oyatera, aay J oar prajem. The month haa come the "R" in In, Tou'ra ou tba bill of fat«— IK EVERY STYLE AT THE SADDLE ROCK RESTAURANT, COHERCIAL STREET, - SEATTLE, W. T. AX *5 CEBITS PEB PLATE. CHAB. KIEL, Proprietor. alNtf LOAN AND SAYINGS —AND— ABSTRACT OFFICE KaMf mM at s6j*sd upward* and Laaaad wlj ao fint-daas Mortgage Security. taUreat papeble eeul-anaiially; on Ant daye of Janaary and inly. Wa haw a COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF TITLES to nil ted* la Seattle and King Ooanty, and make a apedalty of coevayancltif aad making ahatrarM of title. Tama paid for non-realdenta. Pre-emption aad Hoeaeataad paper* made for aettler*. ■ACURTOSH I REEVES. ■Udtatf OLYMPIA BROOM FACTORY u SOW PKPARED TO PURXISH TIIEBTRADE ONLT WITH Good, Well-made' Durable BROOMS At Law Ralea. kotne lodaatry aad glre aa a fair Mai. Addraaa aU to , WOODRUFF k. TAX EPP*. ihMlb OlyaipU, W. T. MISCELLANEOUS FH.U i:\TII\L BROS, Soattlo, W. T. We or >u'J aonoju :e t.ie irc<ij>l of our FALL AND WINTER WTWC'K, Which off»r at !\r I »e<t f»r>«ib!e price#; co% •luting of DRY GOO ID S UKKSS, (jOODS, SILKS. Flannel*, DocieMties. CLOAKS, A Nil SHAWLS, HOSIERY, 'IIIBROID KRY, BLANK KTS, CLOTIIS, CASSIMERKS, CARPETS, OIL CLOT'I, WALL PAPER, riii-T QI'ALITT BOOTS, SHOES, k SLIPPERS. »i JtO— \ roVPLKTE LINK OX DURABLE AND IINE CLOTHING, H \T<, I'NDERWT \R, TRUNKS, EOT. At pl.t'a, unmistakable j.,w i.ri-rs. Frauentliul ItroM. Scarle. Oc'.ober 10, 1&7-. S. BAXTER & CO. IMPORTERS OF F O R E I a IT Wines and Liquors, ANI) WHOLESALE DEALEKJ IN Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco EXPORTERS OF Wool. IliiloM, Fur*, Vrain, Po tatoofi, Hop**. Ac.. Ac. Offer for sale to the trade only, at Wholesale price*, to arrive per Britmh Ship Golden Gale, now due from Liverpool to Han FranciHoo, and other vesnei* to follow. In Bond or Duty paid: 100 Cases * Hennessy Brandy, 20 Cases ** * " " 100 Cases * Marteil " 20 Cases Holland Red Case Gin, 50 Cases Fine Old Tom Gin. 50Casks Guinness' Porter, quarts and pints, 50 Ca?ks Bass' Pale Ale, auarts and pints, 10 Octaves Fine Old Martell Brandy, 10 Octaves Fine Old Hennesay Brandy, 5 Octaves Holland Gin, 5 Ootaves Fine Old Is! ay Scotch Whisky, Fine Old Port and Sherry Wines. Wo also h»v« constantly on hand a fall Una of flue OLD BOURBON WHISKIES and other DO MESTIC Llyl'OKS which we offer tj the trade at San I'rauciMco prices. WAgrnt* f>>r State Investment »»d Insurance Company—Fire and Ma rine. *r Every Uoot h*s a OUAU\NTi:E STAMP lnaide, and thn Merchant of whom you buy them la authorized to return your mom > if joa are not aaliafiid with the Boot*. It la THE BEST RUBBER BOOT In the Market. Ask foi it, and take no other. II EC IIT II ROM. At CO. BAN FRANCISCO, SOLE OWNERS. We carry the Largrat Stork ef Boota and Shoe* of all kln<la ef any hoa.se in America. JylT-dawtf NORTH PACIFIC I BREWERY AUOIIST MKHLHOIIN, Prop'r. (stcciMHta to u. ncamta.) The Bent Beer Alwayn on Band. I ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Ja*>dawtf FRENCH LAUNDRY OS Main Street, Near First, Back of United B**t«l Hutr!. Fluting. Polishing, Lace Washing and Fam ily Work of all Description. Terma re»«onab>. riujm Fiavier Vacheux. m MISCELLANEOUS. P. W. WUSTHOFF, DE4LEII IN GENERAL HARDWARE], 1 i / '&% I s f 2 i Is S 5 s '€h^ i ,sS. QKB -Li"" 2 Slioo l r incliiig-M, GUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION, REVOLVER?, FISHING TACKLE, Front St root, Seattle, XV. T. p. 0. Box 23!). WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND it ETA IL DEALERS IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STOVES, Tinw^ro, Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, &c. MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. l'liuulkiiijj:, Coppni'-MiiilllilßK, HTEAM AND GAM FITTING. Call aiud examine the KHAXCOXIA RAMIE i Mlnjjle anil Double Oven, am liuprawmFßt over ull others. Agenia fur tb* celebrated Superior Stoves, tbo best sold oj tie Pacific Cowl. All |>latea warranted uot to crack by Arc. Firo-backa warranted to laat Ave yearn. ALL JOl WoaZ XItTLY IXKCTL'fcD, AND ORDKHd 1'« >M ASH >AU PnuMfTl.T ril.l.BD. Mill Street* Seattle. W. T. mysn-dawu GLORE & WUNDER, MANUFAOTTREKS <'!• AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE! The most cample stock of 1 '~V~"" "IRROBB,| Id Washington Territory. CARIUAOES, Also, Fancy Cabluetf I^' kspt In s First Cl Tar. Were, Parlor nlture Store, which wo W«11 Pocket*. it prices thil ltd) BMtm, tc.,te., 4'ouifie-iitlwn Commercial Street, !<• tween Jennings's Store ami tho Now Kr,gland Hotel. SAMUEL KJE3ST3STE "IT, mm. ■•: as c; .mm: a. iw r *» mc n.V« ON' HAND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OK GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS. ATJM) Boot*, Shoe*, Broynrw, Kaliber Goods, Ladles' anil Mimes 1 Unlteri, And In connection therewith a fine swwirtm'-nt *f Foreign and Domeetlo Casslmerse, Doeskins Beavers, 4c.. Ac., which he will make to order at Living Kates. COUMRRCIAL STKCKT. SEATTLf, u ths OL.D St»*d or C»luo»» A Class. je&IW WHARF, WAREHOUSE, STORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS. H. L. YESLER'S WHARF AT THE FOOT OF Hill Street, - Seattle, W.T. Freights received for Storage, and Freight Charge* Advanced. So Freight will be received f.<r Bhipms!it oa Tester's Wharf after sr. M. On Sundays Freight will be received from 4 to Zk. sidtf STEILkCOOM BRICK YARD B. ALDEN & CO., Proprietors. A LARGE QUANTITY OF FirMt a C'IB«H Brick On hand, which will be sold at the moat reason able rates. Sand for oar figures before purchaa. leg elsswhere. B. ALOKN * CO . au7dAwtf htellscoom. W. T. Agency (Tacoma Miih Seattle ORDERS FOB ALL KINDS OF ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, LATHS And PICKETS Ailed by HANSON, ACKEKhON * CO. Apply, OEO. W. HARM*, oedtf Ajaat. Seattle. S.& W. W.R.R. qqbi SEATTLE TO RENTON —AND I NEWCASTLE. rjAfMENOEB AND FBEIOHT GARB OF THE I Seattle and Walla Walla Railroad will Imt« Beattie every day (Mondays excepted) at 7JO a. *.. and 1 r. M. Arrive at Renton at 830 a. x. and Jr. x. Arrive at Newcastle at 9:30 a. u. and « r.n. RETURNING, leave Newcastle at 11 a. M. and Ir.M. Arrive at Kenton at 11:<6 a. u. and 6:45 v. m. Arrive at Seattle at 1 r. u. and 7r. u. Depot, Kinfj ttreet, foot of Comrrureinl. J. M. COLHAN, Gen. Huj.t. seplt-dawtf SEATTLE AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORE. AUCTION SALES OF REAL ESTATE OENERAL MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, HORSES. EUOUIES. CATTLE, Ac. Regular Sale Days are Tuesday & Saturday, at 10 A. M. All trolls for anction must be brvagbt in the dsy before their intended sale. B. CHE.4IM.K, Auctioneer. i FRONT STREET, near HILL, SEATTLE. W. T. i nUdAwlm NO. i:i~.