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VOL. VIII. fRE IVTELLItiEMEi. 0 flee—Front Street, Foot of Cherry. BATHS Of ADVEBTUWO Joe afsan, teaa tseto orlaaa,.W laaertloa. »l •» Seek eakeequent Inaertioa ■* leadingnotieea par Una.... » Sy Ike paerorsaaitaeal radaced ratea. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 >au Molinar. 'ami r. ItelMeat XcXAUGHT BROS. ATTORNEYS • AT- LAW, SEATTLE, ». V.. Offloe In Sqatre** Opera Howe, ipSlaJte. IRVING BALLARD, Attomeyat- La w. RS HUURIXO ATTORNEY THIBJ JUDICIAL DISTKIOT. Oln m OmaaNitl Street. aeat Im to Sahwabacber Uroa, a Co.'a, np atalra. 018-4 C. K. JENNER, Counselor and Attorney at law, Will praetiae la all the Coarta of Waaklnftoa , Territory. UOee wl'k Ja4 *e Jaaaka, am iaaaaa Street. aaalO*. * • t. 011-dtf e.e.aramrs. MHUUI, BTRD7E ft LEAST, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ■BATTUE,«. T. orrioc OPPOSITE iQOxars OPERA HOUSE. •tMhhf ONFMEEA Oallfarnla. SFTEU. 8. C. HYDE, Morten end CoMseUor at Lav BEATTLE, W. T. oMm en Quia mereial Street, west side. O. JACOBS, Attarnay and Counsellor at Law OBaa la WlliUng fonssrly oeaapled by Laitabaa A Baaford, near Occidental Hotel. Ilnslnssa romptiy sttendsd to. Br. b. W. STARKEY, Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AMI SIIMCQN, FRONT STBEET, Opp telle Haiti ran Block, Seattle. W. T. DR. E. L. SMITH. oryiOMelaWß's Salldlaf, car. Hill sad Ceaaaaaratal Sleet* Oflfce hours, ttotf. a. Saaideuca m Third Street ant hones nscth of Epissspal Oh arch. on. G. A. WEED, MRU HON AND PIIYBICUN, BKATTLS, W. T. Block. i iff Slairt. oitsa Ann fna IS A. a. to I v. sad ato tr.s. QRS. k. « H. B. BIGLET, UmmmmpmthiMß, ■BATTLE, W. T. I \n. n. o. baolct, i ATI raoraeoa or U Mestolsa m* tasttse ef Bei»w m fee jffhigm Oealral am : ""sfir m WW rll'erisi *w DR. H. A. GALE, •/fICC IN SQUIRE'S OPERA MOUSE. SODU-9 ro It A. M, t TO S r. M., I TO • V. u. Wcaldnn— tlf anma. IDBISTXISTIiY. . ma Pa. i. a abams. dbbtot. op- TO rahSeivsjis: Usi ipit fee Ohtekertac a Sea'a OMnM Wssa E.W.REA, ARCHITECT MO BUILDER. * • "V "* •* *-• •'*' •ÜBB ABO SraumOATtOBB 4 MNUUV. nwtf OATTLB. 9. o. ARTHUR DOYLK, * a.hch;itkct. OFFICI OOCIDKNTiL HOTEL NRIIGIL BLBCTIIGITY! l?Ud|ioin, or Ma mmanrr ooa. iaiSgl ll *-* tefsas. tf BUeaaiy m»»sa. CHRONIC DISCAMS. UJsimr te tete aa—te * •*- Mill, MBBlWrtao. OUMMY LUCE RO. 6 LP. HA'tON'Q HALL. MISCELLANEOUS FRENCH LAUNDRY ox Main Street, Near Firat, Back of rnited SUtaa Hotel. FMiaa. PsHthiag, Lace Washing and Fast- Ry Work ef all Oescriptiea. Terns rn»omb>. owa Flovier Vacheui. THE ELtCTBO-MAGHETIC SOLE. LATRLT nmnrrsD-n SAID TO PXCEL all usiaillia fa» known for the complete fan oflkramilim Th»y b»re been known to r«N lk( dIaMM eras alter II hi< bw a mint for ■near Tear*. Fmljru* ud c«rtiiu« iffxiioni )Md to Mi tn «t—t. M 4 peraoee hiving ooM feat «HI ee4 tkla attteclry alleviated by tbe wm mt fee ELECTROMAGNETIC SOLE. For tale at theDrnf etoreof KILLT k TOUSO, Autboni.d 4(Mb?ar Fasa* Bound, it Ike low price of $1 JO per pair, aaat ky «a >ll to any eddraaa. J Ul f I - -W A -MM 1 W* JHGL JWL. HeeoiMl-haiid Clothe* Made New I By the Imib Clm«ild« hueni. for ladlea and gentlemen. PANT* MADE TO OBDEH or OREGON CITY GOODS VERY CHEAP. TtllOßllO, CLEANING * BX Pi IB INO Dm si Bedrock Prices. C .11 and mmhlm iny g tods and prlcea. SECONDHAND OSTITES fIOPOHT, SOI.D OB fcXCHA.NGED. MT Sbep ia Batlding formerly occupied by H. loMe. on Mill MM. dlSdtf 8. HARRIS. Agency (Tacoma Mill) Seattle. ORDEBS FOB ALL KINDS OF ROUGH MO ORESSEO LUMBER. LATHS Bad FIOXETB Slled by ■AXaOI, ACKKMnOS * CO. AEEIY. OEO W. HABBIB. aJSdtf Agent. Seattle. NO T M E. XTOTICE IS HEHEB? OiVKN THAT WE IN bin disposed of oar entire Interest in the dragud medicine b<uiinee« to Si. T Cody k Co., who will hereafter conduct the bail ores in the •Id stand, Taaler'a corner. We beapMk for the let Irm s e >ntlunanee of tha bnaiaeea of the •14 Stm of Oeo. W. Harris B Co. All bille due the old Ann will be paid to tha underalgned who W'll pay ail ft alma ngalnat the l»te ftrm of Geo. W. Harris k On. OEO. W. HARBIH A 00. Having pnrchaaed the stock and Ssturaa known i aa th* City Drag Wots, we solicit the patronage of the old Arm of Oeo. W Harris A Co. nod tha penile gaeerally. Mhall at all time, keep a fall aneortateat of gooda lu our line, both wholassie and retell, snd by atrlol attentiou to business we hase to saerit the public patronage. B. T. CODY A CO. Dated Seattle, F.l». 11. ln«>. fit CUNSMITHINC 1 HATE UMOTIb MY BUOF TO Com in (»**<.-. in I Mtrent, *KXT D>H»a TO B4XB HCIiMK, Wketfiapopovd le do tbe M ef vnek te wy tin* at (fee •aorteet notice. L. MtUMAM. HIDES AND PELTS. HIQNBST CASH PRICE PAID BY Kellogg A Snyder, FRNT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. jtoeaw Soldiers' Additional Homeetead Warrants. ABFBOVSD M OR N ACBE TBACTS OS tNetloaaaf any ihowlaatl—. wfclehaie mtMiil Is k? the Oaauataalosae eT llw Owwl lee 4 oetoa, tea «tM ate eatject to loeatleo wttboet aattlMMM. imkM aft ah art natlaa, *** leCßle * W "*° ete<tes tnrlrAMßsojr. creawtf make m a» oiwi ot scrtp. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. u inw OITt» THAT I WU, TOUT MOKDAT OF tfllL, IMD, li o'cieck u. mm* tram I «'•)••* ►. M. Battl • •'■i«ck ». MM will (•> ti Mil I*r I M the torn Mm UwliMn«l lMr«fM»rtM,n »o» w<aH*l ty ias Itvi eC SMs thillht* WM. IHWUU^ htrwr Mtk. IMB. mint JACOB* LEVY, TAAIAMMM A|AAM!MM AM nlr>n• I uiQrmg,ucamng nil wpainni • A CASH PAID FOB SECMB-HMO CLOTHING BLANKETS [ WMshM «■>* J*y |, y- SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH. 6, 1880. •m*ise m Miitwn jutbu, ' _ 'Ob. Hilda dear, do lend them to a*,' • Sirs Ruse Though abe vu ftri I lose aba was only eighteen, and j abe stood etaring at a splendid eat of diaomoda—bracelets, earrings, neeklace, pin ud fieger ring—that l»j in a bloe velvet csac before her. 'I koow t ii is , the most impudent thing—'cheeky' j Tutu would call it; but we're own cea*». ins. end you will hare tbrai always,' and I oi.ly want to wear them to Miss j Foilingsby'* wedding. I've a black ailk. »itu a train and nice lace, but only uiy CjraK sad they dress like queen*, this Fwluogaby lot. Do, dear.* 'Will, I'm aura I'd do moot anything t> I'inue y<«u L»tty,' aaid the other woiDa-i. *Yim know they are ell the f -rtuijM I htve. I shall sell them. We CHU Luy a little home sad have some thing left ever, if 1 get the price Spark <l & Same promiao u.e for the etooee. Hire, put them on. Well, you do sparkel to be aure.' 'Ob, •liaok yon, Hilds." exclaimed little Mrs Bine, danciog before the gUas 'Not one woman out of a tbuo sand would be so good. I'll never, ntVrr forget them for an iaetaat.' . And awsy abe went, wrapped in ber Kr<*et clonk, which hid the diamonda from the eyea of ber waiting baaband. Tbey hurried on, for the Follingsby's were only a few blocks off, and car riages wero expooaive tbiuga—t to ex - fur a p>or clerk and bis wife. The wedding ceremony was soon o»er. The supper followed. 'Who is that girl iu the diamond necklace?' asked one elderly iady of another. •Tfcat'r Why. thai is M>» R * replied the other. *Mr Hon i» in the bank. He ia i poor young men, of course; bat Mr FoUinfsfajb thanks ao much of him. He is M reliable—ao gOOii.' 'He mast h«Ti married • rich wife/ Mid the other old ledy. Oh, I think not,' Mid Mr* Follingt by. was"* governeM 1 think.' T'te o!tl lady ah<>ok her heed. Iler lilts' and was an officer in the bens of * Inch Mr Kollingshy was president. She saw liimi at the other endfftlw r » m m-d approaohed him. r 'A word in your ear,' Mid aha. *ffhri' you ever discovered the secret of thoM uijsteriuus robberies at the bank? I thought net. Yon know young Row, d<»n't you't There, that i* his wife.' 'Pretty girl,' Mid the old gentleman. 'Pretty! That is all you think of. Mr Da ChampToried the old lady. 'She wests the finest diamonds in the room.' 'Shine as well es any,' laughed Mr De Champ. 'Qlass audjbraai. Ha har '1 shall go distracted,' said Mrs De Champ. 'Why, I can rieteot French paate at a glance. Now, De Champ, if your clerk gives his wife—who waa a poor governess—such diamonds, some thing is wrong.' 'Yes, yes—if—but then.' began the old geotleman. But a way weut Mrs Do Champ. In five minute* she had obtained an intro duction to Mrs ROM and had carried her away ii.to the cooMrvetory to show her a rare flower. Little Mrs Bo»e, flattered by the at tention, wag soon in high apirits; and when, after some chat, Mra De Champ raid with a smite: if* ratll; quite rode. I knew, bat I cat.'; b«tlp • pea king ef your beautiful diamond*. Are tbejr heir- looms?' Temptation overrate her. She did not kn«.w enough te indeiatud that diamond* which were hair-looaia weald ba*e been things to be prouder of than recent purchase*. She really bad werh* ed herself into the heliaftbai they were really bar own—that the was rich and fashionable 'Ob deer, no,* she raid with a care* let* air. *My husband** birthday gift. He promise* at a watch, set to match them, next Christine*.' 'lndeed,* aaid the old lady. 'He i* generou*. May 1 show the bracelet to a friend? It i« quite unique. Wait here f»r me.' t?be spei away through thf rouass, with the bracelet folded te her hhntf; kerchief. 'Mr Pollingsby/ she said'ia a per, 'oueae with me wheee wecem-ha alooe.' And the-baskfre4da*tAl lowed hi* garet iate hiaiiUle private study. There *be laid the bfWlet «poilM table. 'What are them *tnaw,Jfi MUegsr by f said she. 'The finest diamond*' 1 ever raw,* re plied the beak president, whe had be gun life as a jeweler. 'The only sensible persoa yet,* crisd Mrs De Champ. 'How, abvyocr dark, Mr Boee, gave thaw to hie wife Jbr her birthday present, and promlsss hsr a wstrb, set to ml oh them.fnr a Christ, mae gift. Doyoa aaderataad? Have you diacovered the myaterions rebber yetr Mr Kol ingsby sank into e cheir and mid: *1 trvicd lUm m though he hai b»on my boo.' A few minutes after young Hut* aid to his wife; *1 Buppoao erery o»e k ansae that |«« ire rigged oat ia dollar jewelry. I f®el ashamed of it." •Oh. n« matter, dear. They are vary gond imitatioss.' said fittlr Mra Mobs. She preferred not to maotioa to her boMBd the fact that ehe bad Imriewdt aoch splendid jewek—eepocially aa ill old lady was l<Hig ia retaining. In fact, aho retarnad ao iota. Van* iy d'd Mrs Ko«a fearch for hor. Bha had givoa the dioamad hraoalaß la eaa who*e name shaeveo did not know, far aho had n<4 caoght it ia the introdae tieo. Bha returned homo ia despair, and ot breakfsst time, prefcaeed her jelf too aleapy to no. Poc« Koaa ate Us m»l aloaa, aad want dawa to the haak with a feeling that Biim>«hiag waa wruag. ai bbMbbS "prteate aflea aad feaad him staedteg with agrava lored you I trusted you. Yon have | betrayed that trust. Even now I can , not have the heart to pntalah you as yon deserve. Betorn jour apoils, and a diamissal will be your only penalty— that and the wounds which your con* science meet give you.' 'Sir!* cried youcg Rose. *1 do not eomprebend —l—diahenest—l—' 'You should not have allowed your , wife to sppear in thoee diamonda,' aaid ! Mr Follingaby. Rose eotrally laughed. •Is that it *' said he. Lotty, bsr flops jewel* were good imitations, then?' 'Ton forget, sir.' mid Mr Follingaby, '1 have the briuselet. 1 never aaw finer diamonds; and since you intend to give her a watch, eel with the same jewels, for • Christmas gilt—' 'Mr Folliegsby am I mad, or are yon?' cried young Moss. 'Too, I fear,' aaidjFollingsby. *Come, Rose, confession will better avail yon than tenant. Ckxl knows, I pity yon. Doottleas you were tempted. Bpt I must see to tbs interests of the bank, .while I stretch s point to save yon from the worst. Here is ths bracelet,' AIM be drew it from his breast pocket. 'I an unable to comprehend,' gasped ; Rose; but st that'moment ths door burst open and in rushed Mrs Lontrel. 'I havwfoud you both together. Mr FoHfargsby and Mr Roae,' the said. 'Tbey tried to keep me out but I would come in. One of your gucsta stole my bracelet,from Mrs Rose, Mr Follings by. XJiave no husband io'the bank. I am not afraid of you. I will name her. \n old ltdj, with white puff* of hair and ruby ornaments a fat eld lady. Oh. what a fool I wus to lend that ailly Lolly my whole little fortune to glitter and shine in for a night! Left me by poor grandma, Mr Follinpsby; and we are going to sell them and buy n house. And your wife told yon they were glit»s, Mr Rftpe. Oh, she in such n billy thing;' always w»f>: t'*n 1 have the o!«) lady arre»ted, Mr Fnllingabj? Give uie her name—do, p!ea*e.' 'Mtdame.' said Mr Follingaby, 'yonr bracelet -will be r&tnrned if it is your*. Cea yon prove property ♦' *Orandma's and the lawyers and Ben and the rest of the set and every thing,'cried Mrs Loutrel. 'Of course I can. It there any hope of getting it back f For anawer Mr Folliugsby dropj o l the bracelet into her hand. •Go home and oowfort yonr poor, ailly little 'friend,' said he. 'And you. Bote, forgive me. I aho'ild hare lost my trnat in human nature, if what I thought of yea had proved true.' 'What did you think?' askod Mra Lontrel. 'Nothing wrong. I hope. Cousin Lotty never even told him ahe had borrowed the jewel?, and I'm aura I beg pardon for my excitement, and all that, and I'll run to Lotty right away.' Mr Folliogsby opened tbe doer with • bow, in) the two on vert left to gether. It i« not often thit a bank president apologizes to hit clerk, bat it happened this time, at least At bom* that night, Tom Bom found a peaitent little wife with swollen eyas, wham ha kissed into smiles again. All had ended well, bat Lotty had had a lesson. Bbe wonld oarer again desire to shine in borrowed jewel*. MISCELLANEOUS. CILLKTIONAGEMY, - 4 rrru UVDR3SIONRD HA* OPEJTED AH Of. 1 Im to Batlafa balidtni, whan kavUl b* fMad nM; to do all klada of CeßecHai, Cepyiag, Adtastiai et Seeks, tn mairountß clbsicalfin ManSM tp paflaalon Jokn Leary. E*q., Mn M. Maaekard, A. Slorah, and L. R. McLura. alMtf J. W. SMALL. BIGRUAN, HYDE & CO , San Francisco, • Boose oo the Coast. ;i . QSNBBAL'AOnrfS FOB TMB lIWQUjTif rm j c* 6SKHIN BnUGffT PIANOS UB CTANIAKi ANS ESTEY ORGANS. laatramtsSoUwMiylutellMents FOU SHEET MUSIC, IHUaS IKBTEDIIKNTB, Amdmm jttiif m tks Jfmit Ijm*, *BHEUAN, HYDE k CO., 8m FnuMaaco, CaL OUIIJS XXAXKB, UmlAfut, MISCELLANEOUS. ' p. Djalerj in *ll b.-f quality. Wo L, P. SMITH mS & SON.^fll WATCHMAKERS * --AWD-- •J EW Sullivan's 11 lock, Front St. Seattle Piriln'jr at)entioQ jiron ta Reptliloz Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry, no ALL WOSC CDAIAXTIS**. Xelarlal and elhar Heala aaade ta ertUr. Sj»:ilt. April 7.18*9. a9-«ltf F RAMI NTH AL BROS. Seattle, W. T. Vlv would :iuuou;i -e the receipt of our FALL AND WINTER IVLicb we <'o-r at t'je lowest p;>t;ib!e prices; co% sUting of DRY GOODS DRESS. GOODS, MILKS, Flannels, Domestics, Cf.OACS, AND PHAWL9, HOSIERY, WIBROID KRY, BLANKETS, CLOTHS, CASSIMEREB, CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, WALL PAPW, FIRST QUALITY BOOTS, SHOE?, A SLIPPERS. —llß0 — A COMPLETE LINE OF DCRABLE AND FINE CLOTHING. HATS, UNDERWEAR, TRUNKS, ECT. At'pUia, uninUukmble low prices. Frauenthal Bros. Setfle. October 10,187*. FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Ton, DELIVKRED ON BOARD WITHOUT A MOMENT' DELAY FROM BDNKEIIB ESPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED TO ACCOMMO DATE 80CND STEAMERS. f*Tr tine aail men»y bj getting your fuel ot the 8.0. AT. Co. at Seattle. ocis?-<]tf Bow down your bead, jre baugktr ciam. And oyatara, mj jour mien. The month kit mow tbe "It" la In, You're on tka till of ftie— IK EVERY STYLE AT THE SADDLE ROCK RESTAUftANT, COMEftCIIL STREET, • SEATTLE, W. T. AT ts CENTS FEB PLATE. CHAB. KIEL, J. ARNOLD,. Proprlotora. alMtf NORTH PACIFIC Iron Works Co., Seattle, W. T. f MANUFACTURERS OF STBIM ENGINES. BOILBBS Saw Mill, Crist Mill* Steamboat Machinery. IRON & BRASS CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER. Vlaaa. tpwtfwtnw and Filteni farntoead at abort notice. JOHN NATION. Superißteefeat. aidtf MEAT MARKETS. CHICAGO MARKET FJIONT 8T„ SEATTLE. FRESH AND SALT SEATS • f % ALWAYS OK HARD. Mr Twm hodiM Roaght and Sold. Obmub * OlstaiL mm M. DENBMORE OKAUEB » FRESH MID SM.TED MEATS ASD VEG KTABLES. tflUadirfFMk M< UM MMM. Mo«M h<m^iw,»iwi)»w>in llMp, OMfMT Third * Unltn ftf MISCELLANEOUS. THE CHEAPEST PLACE T« TRADE # SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.'S SCHWABACHER *ROB. ft CO. ®* W. «©V*. T. G. WILSON. BOTE & WILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND IN All Kinds of Produce, Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc. Yeal«i*a Wlinrf, Mcattlo, W. T, uovl-tUwlf WADDELJL & MILES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STo VES,- Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, &o MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. LMnuiblnK. Coppnr-Hntitliinj;, HTEAM 'AND GAM FITTING. Call ud tiamiM the KUAXCONIA RAXGK t Mingle anil Doable liven ; n» ImprgTimtat «T»r Mil other*. Agraia for th« celebrated Superior StOV«>, tb ® t««t cold oa tie Ptclflo Ocaat. All plate* warranted not to crack by Are. Flro-backi wurutod to laat fWo JTMII. ILL JOB *OU MKATLT BItCTl'tD. AXD OWPU r*o* IMOIU FILLED. Mill Street. Seattle* W. T. niy2H-d**ts SEATTLE NURSERY, One mile east from Yealcr's Wharf o»» the road to Lake Washington FRUIT"TREES SHRUBBERY, AMD HiERRACEOUS PLANTS A Fine Collection of Small Finite of all Kinds, And Two Varieties of PELAOABS Ikit an Bar* to 111 pan la thla Ollut*. imi TEBBB, 1 TEAS OLD, ft FEB 100. APPLE THUS, aft 9TKU OLD.|B PEE 100. PEAK TBESft. 3 TEAK OLD. sl3 PER ISO Orders Oan be left at the Eureka Bakery C. W. LAWTOK. Proprietor. SEATTLE COAL —i»D - TRANSPORTATION CO Ji] » t Prlaelpal place of Baalneaa, lu rraadaee, Cat. Leeatlea ef Werka, Alas Oeaaly Waahlngien Territory. « Thle Qooipaay la mi paapm,d to IWihh Superior Quality of Coal 111 OUANTITIE* T0 SUIT I For Sale, at Low Price*! Apply at the OOee of TBS SEATTLE COAL ft TRAEBPOBTATIOE COMPACT. THE GREAT EMGUSH REMEDY Qjj2S2SBBi la a never Jailing Cure IHHSaHwsH for Seevons Debtlny, Vitality, uQr f TSB nominal Wsakneee. iff t*- YJ Spsruiatorrbcso, LOST Bf «H MASHOOD. Impoton cy. Paralysis, and all mSkWa. EeH the terra bio effects of Self • Ahnae, youthful follies, and eaoaaaao In naiwer yearn—ench •TM-. inialin irTiri~lr Dtsaneaaof VtaV«. Motoee ta the Bead; the vital Sutd passlagunob aarved la the vino. an<t many other dieeeeeo that load to Ineantty and death. DB. IIISTIB will agteo to forfeit FIT* Hr* NODOLUM for a ease of thia kind too VITAL RESTORATIVE I under hie apeeial advice and ttautaaoutl will not enro, or for enythiag impure or Injurious found in It. DR MtETiR tresis ail Private Dlsraaao encceoafully without mercury. Ismeni m HIP —— Thorough eaamtnatton end o>ivice, tocindtng sha'yma of urtee, S3 to. fjioe of TIM. ilsarouAT.v*. $3.00 a beetle, or four timeo the quantity. |10TO; aeat to an* addreea upon receipt of peiqp. or C. O D.. erenre from nhooiTailnii and la private name If dea>itd, by A. B. MISTIS. M. ».. 11 Eaotwy Streaa, Sa» Fronrtaeo, CaL D«. XlimS-S EIDSET SEMhDF, SEFBSET- | ICPM. curse all tode ef Itooy and Bladder aaSetgTaUdiraegMa: fL«oahettle,rtahottlmfor i^n ML lamn DASDELIOS FILL*, are the heat aad eheapaotDnPEMlA and BlUt»V*mmo to the market. Far eaWby aU dtagglati LOAN AND SAVINGS —AND— ABSTBAOT OFFICE. Money Receive * in ram of ss'and upwards aad Loaned only en Ant-class Mortgage Security. lntefeot papeble aeml-ennnally; on first uaya of January and July. W. ham a COMPLETE ABHTHACT OF TITLEH to ail laade In Seattle and Klti| Coouty, and nate a apeclalty of conveyancing and making alatnda of title. Taaea peld for non-resldente. Preemption aad Bomeotead papers made for aettlrre. "«»«T«$H * "tats. FARM FOR SALE. rpns ruDKRgfONXD OFFFES FOB SALS A S farm on Sncoualmle Prairie. The location la at the opening of toe Sncqoalmle Ptti, leading over the aMMaiaa, four nllee from Palla City aad thirty miles from Seattle. The faun consists of lOOosroa.ueof which are on the prairie and vsder feiiet. One hondrtd icrtf bivi Uca bio ken aad cultivated. The eoH la very rteh. The ditor, la the Utle. For fnrther deecriptton and tarma. eee L. w. Fosa, of Seattle, or call at my hones, or write. MOHKB MOPHIB. Hnoqnalmle, King Co., Feb. 0.1880. I7w3m REFEREPS SALE. IB TBS DISTSICT COCBT OF TBS THIRD JUDICIAL DISTBICT OF WAftBISOTON TEBEITOBV, AT SEATTLE JAMES I The neii>.»t.law of THOMAS FOW. I Ho - MIT - Site, Deceased, who are unknown, j PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVES THAT I.L. V. WjcMi Eefcreo In aaid eaare.in papanaere of an erdt-r of Bale issued by the Clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict, at Seattle, nnder the s»al ef aaid Court, and to ase delivered, will on the 37th fsy of Msrch, » D. 1W», at 1 o'clock r. u pi aaid day, at th« door of the Oeort BOOM In the City of S. stile, « s . pose a public outcry to the blgheet bidder for eoeh. the following reel eetote stinste lo King county, Veshington T. rritoff, to wit! Lot So. eve, in Elock No. SI, in llaynard'e plat ef the town (now city) of »eettle. Dated Fe.rusry Mtb. IUO. L. V. WTCSOFF, Refrri-e. J. S. LEWIS, Plaintiff'a Attorney. F:(<*II «■ TO THE UNFORTUNATE. Dr. GIBBON'S DIBPE2BABY, r»OQ uumriT. A|f Uii») ours or of Coto lajHaecUl atreet, Han Francisco. Established 1»M, for the treat- S»xusland Sem- Dieesara. mh as t^^^^^^^Hfieaerihca. Gleet, Ayithliln VNWHHRII all- It* forms, Urm ia*! Waakaooh lw»pote«ey, r'Rhi lours Ujr Sioaaae, pimplea on the face, imi iwi can poet lively be cared. The sick end afll cted should not fail to oall upon him. The Doctor has traveled eatrnatvely in Europe, and inspected thernaghly the varlona boepitsls ih«ts.obtsinii>g a great deal of valuable intorasaiien. which ho la competent to Import to those In need of hta aaveteea. DR. MEMOS wtil mho no charge unlaaa ha efftet a cure, persons at a distance MAY mm CVSEO AT HONS. All com muamUw strtotly eonSdeniial. Feu ace no saabnt the Doctor. Psrsowa writing to the Doc torwtll plaaoa etate the nnaae of the pep- r they as* tfela adiertlseeai ut to. OhaMaa reaeenable GUI or write, addieae DR. J.FOIBBoB,Bon NO. 81.