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VOL. VIII. THE INTEILHiEMEi. Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry. BATES Of ADVERTISING OMifiun. (one taehorlaaei.let Inaertioa, SI 00 Each aat»«qnent Insertion JO Beading noMeea per line •• '■» By the year or quarter at reduced rates. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. K. JENNER, Counselor and Attorney at Law, Will praetioe In all the Coefta a< Waahlagtan Territory. Offlce with JaAga Jacob*, on laaae Btraat, Seattle, *. T. 011-dtf B. O. BTSDYB. MM UUT. STROVE & LEAHY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW SBATTLB, W. T. OFFICE OPPOSITE BQOtRE'S OFBBA HOUSE. Mr. La try la a Rotary Paella aad Oammtaaieaov ef liecda for Oregon aad California. SBwtf. 8. C. HYDE, Attorney and Counsellor at law SEATTLE, W. T. O.lisa on Commercial Street. w««t aide. O. JACOBS, Attorney anil Counsellor at Law Olm Id bull Jln« formerly occupied by Limbn a Hauford, u«u UccUdiiul 1Iui«I. Uuaineas promptly attended tu. (tan McSauoht. McNADOHT BROS. ATTORNEY'S - AT- LAW dBATTLB, *. T., OOce In Squire's Opera House, up Stairs. IRVING BALLARD, Attoi*iicy-ut- Law. KosuetiNo attornkt tuiit li judicial * oittTiiior. Offlca on Otmmerclal Street, nest door to Sehwebacber lirus. a Co.*s, up stalra. oiad Dr. D. W. STARKEY, Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AND SUMEON, MONT HTBKKT, Oppo.lt« Sullivan Block, Seattle, W. T. DR. E. La SMITH. OFPIOn-o«lmaa*a BalMlag, Mr. Mill ••i OoauMftUl MIMU CXlce hour*. S to 5 MI, RaaUauoa vuruur Kill »u J Couiuit-rvUl Ktr«t«. OS- If DR. G. A. WEEI*, MJUUKON AND PHYSICIAN, BKATTLK. W. T. SitUiixm'a Block, up Stairs. O.Ucs lio tr* froia 10 A. N. Io 2 r. M., sad S to Ir. a. QRS. I. & H. B. BAGLEY, tloiHmopathlstti ■CATTLE. W. T. I )t(. u. a. raoley, iatb paoraaaoE OP \J FrtaolplM tad Practice ot lurgam ta tRa Klchfeaa Cantral Ifadleal Oalla*a. will safe* Owratlre Surgnry m<l Burgical Dtaaaam a ipaeUl : •«! will attend ta oalla la iay tartar tbe OouuJ. 4)9 DR. H. A. QALE, OFFICE IN SQUIRE'S OKU NOUIE. EJURS-a f» 10 A. M., 1 TO «P. tf.. TTO • - * - *' P. M. Raaldonoa tha anma. IBBICIL ELECT&ICITY! pLtOTBiaiTT. OP THE DtPPBREWT COM. IfiSSSy"" 4 f#rcwl - w ralloaally applied, •Uf ««m Ma aoat atabora oaaaa af ONRONIO OIMASKB. .. 'A***■,"ll» «M»t la lata a^by WMtf : K.IMM, HMMalaa. OBK LK < 1 - «• MAP. OENMBT. OP- W9KL ajhw*a iawal- UjMat far QUakartag R Raa*e Titi-mT * ARTHUR OOYLC, *RC HI TIECT. OFFICE ACCIDENTAL HOTEL. LMCE N. 6 tf. U # 2W MTII,a *HDR«DIIT xrwnao HALL. *Md HoillH Mt M*UftUgHte» WiilTIM AfiBNCV. fSffelfcl&fc - *•** Jmui MioSitm. MISCELLANEOUS. MUSIC! MUSIC! H AVISO LOCATED HEBE I WILL TURKISH moate for all occaalona at Seattle aad adta- mi totrsa; will fl*« laatractione on Violin. Plaao or Orate, flanoa used; unaa moderate. Orders Ml at W. I, Pnaphrry'a will meet with proaapt attaattoa. eisaaw t. m. aim. SSO REWARD. I WILL PAT ISO rOB TU ABB EST ABD retera of Frank Hogaa, who aacaped froaa Ring Oeeaty Jail aa the eaaatag of t>aar inter Stat, VTt. He is sheet i feat s* tnch«e dan aoepWiteeed. aad hlaafc carlj hair, aad abeol 30 faara ef age. )t L V. WTOEOnr, Sheriff. CUNBMITHINC I HAVB UttUVSD VT SHOP TO Conisncriditl Mtroot, aarr nooa tu aim acetaw, Whare 1 set prepared to do tba beet ef work la aajr Ilea at the ahorteal notice. ni-dhw « L. NCUMAN. FRENCH LAUNDRY OR Main Street, Near First, Baak of United States Hotel. Fluting. Polishing. Lace Walking and Fam ily Work of all Descriptioa. Teriaa icuoubk. rtMSfßi Flavler Vsohdux* COMMERCIAL STREET OYSTER HOUSE, (Oppeelte i-bwabacher Bros, A Oe.'a.) Commercial Street. Seattle. The above establishment has been thoroeghly renovated and neatly Sited np No peine will be spared to make this place a popular re ect for tha traveling public as well as we our townspeople. Kami Ilea aupplted with (seek oysteta at 60 cents per quart. OPEN DAT ABD BIGHT. Rudolph Wlschmans and H. Halthower BUSINESS_CHaN6E. r | , HE fIKM or MOBRIS k lIILDKRBRAMD J has, by mutual consent, besathte day dls solvad. Mr. Hilderbr.nd wIU pay all deUa of tha late Arm and oellret all monajra due It. Mr. Hlldsrbrand will own and tun the bask Mi. Mutrtn will retain the axniesa and drey business. 9. MORRIS. 1. ILPBBBBAWD. Osettln. Jan. S. ISSO. JMw THE ELECTRO-MACNETIC SOLE. LATKLT IHVEKTRD—IS SAID TO EXCEL all iwaedlae fat kaowa for lha complete cava or Bkawuttaa. They ktra baaa known to cure tha rtlaaaae am attar It haa barn aaalad for ■Mar pan. ParalpU aad nerveaa * laid to Mr traafaat. aad a»«acaa having cold faat will Bad tbla dMnln alleviated by tfeaaaa of Iba ELEOTEO.|(AOPKTIO SOLE. Puraalaat tfeaDrag mora o< EELLT * TOOEO. Aaiborisad Areola Tor Paget Ban ad, a* tha low prtoa of SI. 00 par pair, aaaMp audi la any addreaa. Jldii Soldiers' Additional Homestead Warrant#. i > i & * -I I APPROVED M on N ACRE TRACT* on fractloaa ot aay daawataaltna, which ara carttdad Io by tha OoaaWcaar of tha Oanaral lead UOaa, aad which ara eebjact la laaattoa wttbaat aalllnMau faiaiahid at afeml RoUeo, •ad located wttboat aura charge. WM. itMBaOE, dfdfcwtf Dealer la ell Claaata of Rerlp. PUBET rawim WHITE * TEN NY tttJocaaaoM TO a. v. a T. tmaoa. ALL EIEXIO or nop A» nnAaa cant. OrdanftwadU pMrndMNMReuaAvU. heiUM LOAN AMD SAYINtiS —AED— ABSTRACT OFFICE VMalairfidl kaairf il ud Mauiaani laaaaiealymtmSm Baraga ihimiooiiiunAaniuvorniußi IMU OyiT^M* rt( |t a .. ■ftUMTUH I REEVES. COAL TAR QUfcta «* mw«t io* MM GREAT REDUCTION | 4§ptr «i •**■«* «mn ■inu«auair«B : Ipicy (TknmMM) Sunk. MM —M» |TI.'JI«M Of nwot ui mabtvimu. unn SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1880. TSWft SIT^S. Taw* Kite •ritUU* ti. TilmUh •tel. A town guy be loot tad upon the public lands, or pertly upon tbe public laods mod partly upon tbe private lands, bat iu cat* tba inhabitants of tba town reside upon the private leads they cannot be osoadtwi as ocoupaats of tbe pablie leads for tbe purpose of supplying the nam bar of inhabitants neoseaery to authorise ao «Dtry of tba pablie lands. Tbc right of a town to stake an entry most be compntei upon tba basis of tbe nuaibar of oeeapeeta of tbe pub lic lends. Location of Valentine scrip witbin tbe limits of aa incorporated town de nied. DtrtßTum or Ten Inrsition. WAMooto*. D. C. Harsh 19. Wl*. tta: I have ooaiidtrid the fase of TW City of »«. Hugh MeAlear, rt il. pre-empt ioo claimants, tht North ern ticile lUilruad Company, and Thomas B. Valentine. Mrip elaimaut, involving certain lands in sectiooa 4, 5, 8 ami 9, towi.ehip 24 north range 4 ea*t, Olympia laud district. Washington Territory, on appeal Irato jour d+oialoe" of Jan nary 12,1877, rrjactiag t v rrlsimi of all tba |>arties Mo»pt that of Thomas B. Valentino to one tract of land. Tha t»cts of this case are as fallows, viz: The lauda in dispute, together with 322.64 aoree immediately west of tba same, vera settled upon nod located in 1852 by D. 8. Mayoaid, a married man, under the act or Congrsaa ap pro**l September 26, 1850, commonly known as the "Donation Act." baid looatioo vat known as donetiou elaiui No. 43. for 640 acres, and notifi cation (No. 407) of Ibe looatioo of aaid claim waa dated October 26,1853. Donatioj certifioate No. 440. for aaid claim, was isened by the local land ot fleers to Jl). 3. Meyuatd and Catherine P. M«ynard, bis wife, on May 14th, 1869. On August 12, 1872, your predooes sor, Mr. Commisaiiiner Dramasood. rejected the wife's claim to the east ***** ot »ai<l location, and approyed the hua band's claim to the weat half thereof, aud this decision was affirmed by my piedeccoaor, Hon. C. Delano, on March 1, 1873. After the rejection of tba claim of the wife to tba east half of said claim, the public surveys ware extended over the laod and a plat of survey filed la the local Laud Office on March 18, 1874. The original town of BeelQo waa founded in 1842, aaid tha ocoupiod por tion of the present city is located on the w* at or appnved portion of tho May nard donation claim. The city of Seattle was incorporated by the Territorial Legislature on De cember 2. 1869, and all of tba lauids in dispute were ineluded within the corpo rate limits thereof. A new act of incorporation wm jmm< fd hy the Territorial Lagialatora am November 15, 1872. aad by atetbn 107 Ihervof it wv provided: "S«c. 107. All of tbe act of vbieb thin act u knioditory, except the eec tiuns incorporated bereiq without amendment atberwlm than changing tbe number thereof, be/and the' eame i* hereby, repealed. "All other acta or parte ot acta here tofore paaaed io relation to the aabject matter Herein oootained a a hereby ra» poalad. ••Aad all other acte or parte of a^Rio any way inconaittrnt with thie act are hart by repealed." Tbe tracta io eeetioaa V aad 9 were not included withia the corporate liawta of tbo eity by tbo act of 1875. On lfay 22,1875, Heary L. Yealer, mayor of the eity of Beattle. applied on bahnlf ofeatd oity to eater tbe laade in question. The record# ehow that tbo laade ap plied iur bad prior to that Urn been platted into lota, blocka, atraetat alleye, and a pnblic park. Tbe oity ia abowa to .aaatjin from 8000 to 8808 inhabitants, moat or whoa reeide urn the approved peetiow of the old Maynatd otaim. * " Th» oniy actual ianirnreaaealo aa the lands inqueaiina ara thoeenmdo by tha pre-emption claiaaaata aaApatt at n corral attacbad to the elaagfcfer-houe of Pbelpa A Wadlrigh. Tbia ia tha eaee prnadid by tha oity. Hngh MnAleet 81ed declaratory atatemaat 8188 for lota 18 «d 14, mo* tion 4, lota 7. 8, and 8, eeotaon 8, and lot 5, aeolian 8. on April 88. 1874, al leging eettlemeat November 88,1888. F. A. Miaick fllad declaratory etate ment 8288. Jnne 16. 1874, for late 8 aad 9, eaction 4 alleging eettlemeat June 28,1874, and made proof aad payment May 4,1875. pcracefcantvy No. 5069. E. W. Blake fllad Adeakwalory atato> meat 8242, Jaly 8, for 101 l 18 and IpttlimalJafr £ohraim Galvart fllad dedw^rr etatemoat 8849. Jnly 11.1874, for let 5. aeetion 8, iHighg W |Homcat Jnly 1,1874. CkirlM 0. RM Bad itouni—ltUM. Joljr i» HH. !■>!■>■ M, 1.11 tad It, m*km iiimiimto. Ml Jim 2S. 1814. wd jAil Mtry No. Mil, Jmhmtj ft, Mi. r Tb« odd mtffM ta arid towrUp -004 muwt —ld, ffld, ocotWr viao appropriated. nimimi it*- ••ptfoa or oUv Mn or |%W* mn vitkdnn Isrtti bndl of tho AumttlS, ItJI. m Bl TalttkiM Bidi mMmm tioo oa Mow I, UN, lo !■■!■ filii tteo Mrip K N«o» 87, too, o« wta ?. it». w.n. ii.jr^wrf oedyV **■ »01. 0« lo« 5. Mattel f. Too wgpted lite oppHwUno ifth oily ol baottte to wtar aid I—d« bo- OMN Km i—»!■—y ohawad Ihd te tehabitooto of tko itridoi opMi £SH/E^s la «' '". ' " ** of McAleer, f rat, because he was the owner of 330 acres of land at tba date when he first claimed aa e pre-emptor is 1871; secondly, because at tbe date of bis settlement and filiog the laed was included witbin tbe corporate lias* its of tbe city end not subject to dispo sal under the pre-emption laws. . Yve held tbecaab entry ef Rich, end tbe filiog of Blake far cancellation, because they were made for lands incladed witbin the oorporate lim its of the city; end elan because tbej were not qualified pre-emptors under section 2361 of the SeTtead Statutee, having previously filed far other tracte Tbe caah entry of Mioick we* held for cancellation, because tbe lands indeded therein were et tbe date of his settlement and entry ineladed within the corporate limits of the eity. The filiags of Calvert was held for cancel let ieo, because he had abandoned his residence on the land prior to the Pubis of the ect of November IS, 1875, by which the land was escleded from the oorporate limita of the city aad bad not lived thereon sinoe that Bate, end at the date ef trial his liouac wee not habitable. Y«m rejected (be eliim of tb« North* era Pacific Biilrotd Company to the Until in Hctiwi ft and t, beam Mid lenda were oovorsd by the donation claim of D. S. Maynard and wifo at the date of withdrawal for railroad pnrpoaea and ware therefore excepted from the operation of the grant; baaing jonr opinion upon the deciaion of the Saprome Court of tha United Statee in tbd eaae cf Nevhall ra. Oaager (3 'Hto, Til.) ■ _ »• «• » - • » The application of Valentine to locate bis scrip upoo the landa in section 4 was rejected because said tracts were located witbin the incorporated limits of tbe citj at the da'e of said spplica tils. The application < f V«lrntiue to locate scrip E, 801, oa lot 5. section 8. was granted for the reason that tb« land wia found to in without th« corporate lim it* ot the city ncd wholly unoocapied nod unappropriated. Thorn is no error in your decision rejecting the claim of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company to the odd sections of land. The epplication of the eity of Seattle to enter the lands in question was properly rejected. Under ths town site laws, a town may be located entirely upon the public lands or partly upon the public lands and partly upon private lands, but in case tbs inhabi tants of the town reside upon ths privets lands, thsy cannot be considered ss oceupante of ths public lands for tbs purpoM of supplying the rnmbur of inhabitants necessary to authorize an entry of the public lands. In such ca-es the right of a town to make an entry must bs computsd upon the hesis of ths number of oceupents of ths publie lands, and ths number of ooeopents of the private lends osnnot be sonsidersd. Bvery legal subdivision of ths public leads spplied for need not be set nelly occupisd, but them must be a sufficient number of inhnbitants upon some part of the public lands to authorise an entry ef the lands for town purposes. Ths evtdeucsfa this Mis shows thst ths dele of this spplfc> cation there were not to exoeed six pmoM rauding upop tha tads apptiad for, tad ikare-VM io trrar In jour dscision rejscting tho mm. It is cltiaed bj ooantel for the pre emptors: 1. That the Midenee fails to establish the feet that the eity of Seattle vaiim legally incorporated, bat does cstablith Um oostfift* J. That the acts of IMB aad 1875, iaoorporatiag Iho stty, kaiobas d«- oidod to bs to valid bf the District Ooartof mM Taittm, to tho oass of tho (Sty of Isillh wM.L Tester, aad thai this iocbtoa jstaal sad tnaslsilro bdkttoato ZaM S. That tho itohtOMUopr»aoßptkm daiaasti hod bMOosa Posted prior to thoveiooorporofiea of theefty bjtho act of 1875, aad nasal of tha aet of incorporation of 1888. rojsslisgthoUatoof JShitoSSlto? aTsutotoJp^m) "I; With raflwoaeo latbsflnt notot: It mom that tha Citf of Seattle aa** .kflF tk. VII XUUMt MVMS WW wVpmt HI 91 » __ MiHmpiMSw OT •* wOTBMI •WniUrji apgroted PoawaharJi ftBB, which eat ippwwod HavooshorlMl, 187#, sad it is mw sscttoa 1888 of tho Berised Btatatas.) Oa potot it ssast bs tMlifhrfllhirt dopaifagat bee-aaaa* Ihutilf to decide that tbsaots Of the Territorial logishtaye aro raid. Aa tbaaoto aaat ha d«4ermis -1 Tho w—li *sis thai tosTiSy of SSrtSet. *. I i"*" 11 At tba Isaosrr tona. 1877, of the ssSsi fLtoSrf l^ ii^rtsrr^r^iShn usafcrf by yihC aot of a Tssiilssiil I igiilotari. Thof w»*«. must be considered aa valid until otherwise decided by tbe Supreme Court of the Territory. _S. The city eras incorporate-1 at the time when tbe pre-emption claimants made their settlements on tbe land in question, and it was, therefore, impos sible for tbem to have acquired any vested rights within tbe incorporated limits. This principle aras fully discussed and decided by Mr Justice Swayne, in 1868, in tba case of Root vs. Shields (1 tVoolwortb, C. C., p. 840.) Tbe act of 1875 was a substitute for the incorporation act of 1869, and while it repealed the former law, it also es tablished e new law of incorporation, which weat into operation at the same moment of time the old law was repeal ed, thus leering no period of time within wbleh an ad vera* right could attach. 4. It is Mid that the pre-emptioo claims are confirmed by section 2 of the act of Congress approved March 3,1877. Said section ia in the following word*: * That where entries bare been here* tof»re allowed upon lands afterward a oojuined to have been embraced in the corporate limits of any town, bat which entries are or shall be shown to the sat isfaction of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to include only va cant, unoccupied lands of the United Htatev, not settled upon or used for manicipal purposes nor devoted to any public nse of such town, said entries, if regular in all respects, are hereby con* firmed and may be carried into patent: Provided, That this confirmation sball not operate to restrict the entry of any townsite to a smaller ate* ttun the maximum quantity of land which, by reason of present population, it may be entitled, to enter und-r section twenty three hundred and eighty-nine of the Revised Statutes." (19 Statubs, 392.) None of the pre-emption claimants, except Rich and Mieick, bave entered the land claimed by them, and their claims are not therefore confirmed by ■aid not. Rich is not a qualified pre empted and his entry being illegal, is not confirmed. With reference to the entry of Min ick, it will be observed that MM sec tion above qnoted ceafirms snch entrye only as have been allowed for lends "afterward nseertained" to be within the oorporate limits of n town. The testimony in this ense shows that dar ing the most of tho period of Minick's illeged reaidence on the land he waa the Mnrahal of the City of Beutt!e, that he voted in the city election in 1874, and exercised nil of the rights and privileges claimed and exercised by other citizens of the city. His author ity ne Marshal was confined to the oor porate limite of the city, and it was impossible for him not to have hnown, aa n matter of fact, that the land claim ed by him was within the city limits. This section was not intended to con firm entries made within the corporate limits of the city, by persons who bad fnll knowledge of the fact that the land* were so situated, at the time the entries were made, and said entry does not fall within the remedial provisions of the section, end ia not confirmed. After n careful examination of the testimony, lam of the opinion that said pre-emption claims wsrs properly rejected by yon, and that they-am not confirmed by the act of March 3.1877. Tour deoision rejecting the application of Tboasas B. Valentine, to enter cer tain tracts within the corporate limits oftbsdqr Valentine serip is sf~ firmed on authority of my decision of ths 28th nltimo, in the case ot Thomas B. Valentine TS. The City of Chicago. Tho application of Mr Valentine to locate Valentine scrip E, 301, on the unoccupied and unappropriated tract outside of the corporate limits of the city is granted. Tour decision is sffirmsd for the lessons stated, and the papers trans mitted with your letter of February 4, 1878, are berswith returned. Very respectfully. GAM SCHUBX, Secretary. The Cosamiesoner of ths General Land OSes. MISCELLANEOUS HUUINTBAI HUNL «88ttl8 t W. T. t< wM nw««a Ut rmln ef— r FALL AND WINTER *!K>«»OK, WIMi as nail aT Ma Ims fwtk prieu; e» DRY QOODS ninii ninmn inure. w>m AW mwu, hosubt, WMOIO nr. Biaasm. omvo. OAsmtnn. cabfbcs. on OUPI, VAIX Pim, vtatr arum •oors, itoa.l * cwtrun un or wimi aid nut oomN.itn nNtrui, rauinu, bct. tarii.OiMt«!t OUT'* 9 * ,ni> oi ran sttlb at m SADDLf ROCK RESTAURANT, I—■mil. LI—I, - SOTTIf, W. T. SS CMMTa ICS PUTS. OMAS. UIMBJMUTU, WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STOVES, B'ctoods, T " lWare Pipe Ktchen ™„. * T U ■ Utensils FlttUlgß, mf Of all Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Ganges. Globe Valves, &o* MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. PliatubtaflT* Coppnr*Hmltlilii|f. NTEAM AND GAM FITTING. (Ml mmd «ualM Ikt FIANCOM4 tAN«I| »lj»jb DMU* OTM , mm Aftili far tb« oslabntad Superior IttfM. >k* Wal Mid tatti Faaite Ooaat. All pltte* timiM Ml to eracft k, In. Flu Wtti mimM to lMt In fMii. iu JO« voit LUM mw, M n«II nw I»U« HMTTIT HUB. Mill StrMt»'S«attU« W. T. mynw.wt* GfrLORE & WUNDER, MANUFACTURERS Off AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE! *—.£■ & - . Tho BMWk ooiaplo atoek of MmOMJ PAILOB, wnroow ni>n Dnraa » 00 «- noSrio^Sro u4 ohakbkb m mm rt'MITCM OniMHl la WaoMagtoa (WiHoqr< OUIUOn, ul im} iking mill) Ako, Fucr OiblMt k«yt ta • Tlnl ClaM Far. Wm, Mm Biitkili, iUm Mn, vkiok wa W»U Fookoto. Book oAr Uptieoo tlut Dmij IMtm. he., *o., CMiptUUra Commercial Street, between Jonoinf'■ Stow and th» Now England Hotal. SAMUEL KSXTCTS*?. JHICRCKA.IW VAIXiOII HAS OS HARD A CHOICE AMORTMrai Of GENTS' SUITS AND FURNISHING GOODS. —ALIO— Boots, Shoos, Brogaai, lokkw Goo«», LmUw' Hi Mioooo* flatten. And la eoaaoctloa thorowlta o tao aoooctiaoat of IM|i u4 Piawlli Ooortum, Dooklai Bann, *o.. to* wklohko wiU auko to ontor ot Uvtag Hotao. COMMERCIAL BTKKZT. UATTH, AT IM 0l» hin or OiUNll A Cuu JtSdtf PIANO FOR HAH. A FCM (Mm Uyrifht HIM of Wood worth & Allavon't Maka, whkk cost 9350 la Am rraaeUo*. ud ktf only mmi in «m a jrtw ud ■ kalf, li good irtt, will be cold far 8200 CASH. For farthar paiUraten apply to diutr W. H. HUMPHREY. SEATTLE NURSERY, OH mil* tut from Yeoler'e Wharf or the rood to Leke Washington FRUIT"TREES SHRUBBERY, HIERBHCEOUS PUMTS ftnall ftirita of >ll End*, PSAOBBn ims mm, 1 naou>,nmm nU TUB, I TKU OLD, sl* IB MO Order* Oan be left at the Eaieka BakerT 0. W. LAWTOK. Proprietor. MOVING BUILBIN6S. rnu mmmweesD is vowrunHDto Balw mr Uwcr MlUm •MM. ii» «■ ' a. 9. ■mm PHOTOGRAPHS liilf GALLBRY, Sullivan's Block, iv roc itn PIOTTOEBT(W WAIT OQPIBD p ■> H m\t* ■> ■ '■ i i i II i ill! ill MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ENGLAND h oar» Ma Corner Commercial * JUIaJSU., Seattle, W. T.. THE MEW EW6UWD MommU OTWLT to BA«D m.' Plan, Best Hotel In the City, L. A SA2UCOV, ■l-tL Proprietor. OCCIDENTAL HOVKIi i | BBATTLB, W. BO AID AND LODGING AT MODBBATB BATK4. TUa 1« tha Laxgot Hotel ■nth of San Franeiaeo, - Mfe In all Beepecte. nu mm v» iopbmtii mm. JOHir 00LLDI8 a CO., jel FBOPBIBTOBB. nHHtt MM m Btraat, Saattla, W. T. TSUSS JStSSK."" 11 111 ■ i * AmhhAMIHH §tl P **» • i* - J :. w Board aai Lodgieg per week... 00 MbcU Mole 25 LdeßeiaearbUAl............ f5 *«|_i ui J : *. jjmjom* ana »>op» v«*n •• -a maa NO. 42.