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VOL. VIII. me INTELLIGENCER. Offloe—Tront SUeet, Foot of Charry. bates or ADTmuvs Oaa «faaro. (oaa lacborlaea/.lat iaaerttoa.tl OS Saadlas'noUenpar Una.... SS By tba yaar or qaartar at rodaead rataa. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. faun Haitian. Jaaera r.Keltsen. MeNAUOHT BBOS. ATTOKNEYS - AT - LAW, SEATTLB. ». T., USm la Sqalro*a Opara Baaar. ay atalro. IRVING BALLARD, Attorneynt-Law. PtOSEOSTIBO ATTOBBET TUB J JUDICIAL DfSTSIOT. OSaa aa OoMaMU Btaaat, ant door io labwabaebar Bros, a Co.'a. ay aulra. olid C. K. JENNBR, Counselor ami Attorney at law,; Will praatm la all tba Ooarta af Waabiagtaa i Tar rl lory. OSaa viib Jad*a Jaooba, on Jtaaa Mraet, | Mattla. B. T. 011-dt*. ] s. a. nam. ' *« uuar. STIOTE 4 LEAKY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW SBATTLB. W. *. ornaE orromra OQCIBE*S ofeba house. afSalaft*OwgaaaaOCsaSiiMaf " oaVtr." 8. C. HYDE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law SEATTLE, W. T. 0«p en Omaassslal Straat. wsst aide. O. JACOBS* Attorney and Counsellor it Law OSes la balMlag formerly oeaaplad by Larrabee k Haaford, near Oocldental Ho 01. Baaineae roatptly attended te. Wm. M. HILTON, M. D. f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON INssasas of tba Eye. Tbrost aad Chart s Specialty. OPVICS, OPKBA EOVSE. Hoars, :0 A. U. (a IS a., 9 to Sr. a. aadS tot r.a. Residence Coras* fifth sad JeSsreoa Bis. Or. D. W. BTARKEY, Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AM SIIMESS, FRONT STREET. Opposite Sullivan Block, Seattle, W. T. DR. E. L. BMITH. ";ii°£SfSSfSf / omaa bears, t te » ». a. BssMeaee aa Thlirt SfySS dart bo4aa worth of ■fUMpll WMt OR. Q. A. WEED, *IH(JKON AND PHYSICIAN, 8 BATTLE, W. f. Suttioa*', Block, up Slain. Odtee Ifoaia froa IS A. a. to Ir. M., aad Ito Ir.a OBS. t C H. B.MGLET. liom mmpmthi&ttj ;i UATTU. W. T. H*.J. ». BAQUnr, J ATM nOFBMOB OW MtoMyi 2_m4 will iHWI «• «Ua la 111 IMt'tr'uM a» DR. H. A. QALE, •FFICE IN SQUIRTS OPERA NOISE. ■OUM—» POt» A. M. ITO «P. X.. 7TO I r. *. • lUillnm tho —mo. DR. J. HI6HWARDEN, mShwTwaMß. •- ' • a.. jf * * *, r ; aw> unmoin <4irtoNiAT«HriMiM» M t r*nts g|j Female Dlmmm • SpedeMj. ■Mkvtf TlßTii'sr. i *■* ff "hWeT" *** 4m * Mb * * M OMMM E. W. REA, •WMTECT MD BUILDER. #t f Ba **» •raamcunoaa 4 mourn. "iTHJ, r. o. arthu* ooylb, . '• * r /> • y- -; • . omci . °OOIDIMTAL BOTIL MISCELLANEOUS FRENCH LAUNDRY ox Main Street, Near First, Seek of Coifed BUtaa Hotel. FMtaf. PeHshiaf, Lace Wathiei and Fast- My Wort el all Description. Tenia nuoubl*. awna Flavlor Vacheux. THE tLEBTM-mCNETIC SOLE. Latelt nrmrrn>-ia baio to excel ail nMHW ya« known for the comnlato mi o t HwSiriiß . Tttfj biti baaa known to cm the llmm tm aft.r a baa torn mm tor mar yaara. Paralyai* and narruna affacUooa ;(*MUtMr treetcaeat. aad peraoaa having eold faa* wilt lad ttta diOeelty a)lariated by tba me af <aa KLlCraoHAOarriC SOLB. roe aa!« at tkaOrne SIOM of KELLY t YOVMO. Au:kurt*»d : tfaata lor Pi««> Raaad, at tba low I*l ca of 11.60 par patr»aaat by nail Sa any addiwia. J3d f Heeonfktiid Clothe* Made Net By tba Staam Claanatnff Proeaaa. fur ladiaa aad gratia man. FAMTC MADS TO OBDEB or ORISON CITY BOODS VERY CHEAP. TAIbOBIBO, CLEARING a BSPAIBIftO Dona at Bedrock Friaa. CUI aad aiamloe my gToda and prtcaa. SEOOBDUAKD CTXTTntX ROCOHT, BOLD OB EXCHANGED. Sy abasia BaUdlag form art y oeeaplad by H. 8. HARRIS. PU6ET FOUNDRY ! WHITE * TENNY .acoaneoM TO I. r. * T. waaon. ALL KIXM UP I BOM Alto BRUM CABT. taes done at Baa Fraaeisco prtoM. Ordera from all parts of the B>uad wll. be Mist «u>aw»iisii«' ■■»<* Mmtu. mis d»w NOT IV E. NOTICE n HEKEBT OIVEM THAT WE hMi dtapoeed of oar satire Interest In the drag sad madielae buainea* to X. T Cody k Co., who will htretfUr coadiet ths business In the old stead. Tsaler's corner. We bespeak for ths new Ira a o utlnaance of ths baslnoss of tha old Ira of Oeo. W. Harris fc Cto. All bllla dus ths old Arm will ba paid to tba undersigned who w-llpayall 'lmlna agelnat tha Ute Arm of Oeo. W. Harris k Co. OEO. W. HAKSIB k CO. Hs*li| parabiail ths stock aad Aarturea know* as tba City Drag Biota, we solicit tha patronage of tba old Ira of Oeo. W Harris k Co. aad tba aaalla geaerally. Khali at all times baap a fall asaortmsat of goods la oar Itaa, both wholesale aad retail, aad bjr strict atteatioa to baataaaa wa kofa la merit tba pablle patrooaue. K. T. CODY k CO. Sated Seattle, Tab. U, ISM). fit CUNSMITHINC 1 HAVE RKUUTKD MY SHOP TO CommercUl Mtroot, IOT 8008 *U UN UCIIKIK. VkMlw DNMNd to do tits bHt ml work to mt llm at im shortcut Htlct. "•*** L. HCUMAW. HIDES AND PELTS. NIGHKST CASH PRICK PAID BY Kellogg A Snyder, FROIT STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. JMttf Soldiers' Additional Homestead Warrants. Appbotbd so on. so a cms mm on M| l < W siyn|i«rtMW«i. loa* Ojßss. jsl who ess sakjsd Is latent sat triilil SllkiM iSli MUSFF BSSKRLASLIOKMMSROSF^K 3 t I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. NOTICB IS ranr onm THAT I WILL keaimr sites to hilsalil a»,ts»to sMsksswtr. W. T.. safes s MOiT or mm isss. FSsui t «'«ls«fc 4. M. aetfl 1J s'stoek M. saS tram 1 s'stoek v. s. uMU S sTIscS ». saa wOl is ssstotoaesfs to nH sttes el Uw kou* ibon spsaMst mmsr mmsU tor «hs par?«e» or msi ling Iki In ill iSmswmSi sf toipvm sad tks tsktoe s* tkslr smts«its. ss aow isqaMS kr Iks tows sTtkHTSHHSii. fl|||f ||t WWIILI. 'HKMGIL BLBCTEIGITV! EuoTUomr. or n> oimuorr 00*. wfli"' iksJSimsaofi" ""T I*' 1 *' * wßl1 ' OW— lO WIKAin. wSSlt* sisss!,' aiTest! ] w.^." 4 * |H ■. MA»> Msslrtslnw HAIMOIY LODGE 11 LP. nMcui MiuitißtMW* ensuroe t\ air.s,n MAJiONIC HALL. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1880. 31A88M61 raOPOMU. Sir A uthor Helps believed that never since the world began did two lovers make love io exactly the seme way as any other two lovers. Whether he was right is equally beyond proof or dis proof. Certainly no question has been put in snch a variety of ways as the •nest momentaous 000 a man can ask or a woman answer, how it 4s pot de pending upon the tima, place, circum stances and Ihe temperament of the in. dividual* concerned. A curi >u« marriage proposal was | mads by a reverend bachelor, who ea , tered the mntmunnial state on bis : deatb bed. When ia his ooventy-third i year tt.e minister bsd a severe attsck of paralysis, which left him tp weak aad helpless that, feeliag hie end was not | fir diita&t, he proceeded to set hie 1 worldly affairs in order. His perish j being an exceedingly small roe aad having been alwsys a most liberal maa, be bad not much money to leave, which circumstance, bed it not been for one rea*oo, be woald Lot have minded. For the last twenty jwri be bad had as housekeeper • itMdji, saasibla wo> man, who bad tarred Ma, honestly at tended bin like a daughter daring bia illress, aad for whom ba bad qnita a fatherly regard. It waa on her account tbat be mourned Li« properly. It would have been a matter for thankfulness if ha could leave her aa much as would bare supported bar comfortably and respectably ia bar old age—aha waa now about forty«flva. Aftes. weighing and considering the matter for aome weeks in every p> aiibie light, a way out of tba difficulty flashed upon him; and, knowing tba praearioua state of bia health, he resolved to execute bia pur pose at once. Ha oalled hia house keeper, and whea aha aa tared the Mom be made her ait down; and alitor telling her bow antioua and aorrowfttt ha bad been because ba bad no money to laara bar. be continued: 'Of coarse you are awarfe tbat there is a ministera' widows' fand. ao that if the husband dies (be wife will have an annuity during life. Now, supposing you inarr? mo. although I am almoet at death'* door, yeu will be amply provided for ia the future. Will ffeu consent tu this? 'Master, dear, you diuM bedotftkgl What would people say ?' 'I waa never mora aarioos in my Ufa, Msry; and I am sure people will aay we bdve both ucted wisely in this mat ter Take till evening te think it over aud then bring me yaur answer;' In the evening Mary told him she would take him. So ten days after tfcey were married, and three day* later the good man died, but hia widow etill enjoys bar share of tbe 'widows' fund. A SOLDIEB'B PROPOSAL. A young officer was dancing in a set of Lanoere in a crowded drawing room with an estreinely pretty girl, te whom ha m*de himself most agreeable. Aha# the dance was over ha toek her to d chair, and see ing himself beside her, bfgan t<> mourn bis celibacy. 'That is exceedingly easy to remedy,' said she. 'I don't think so at all; in fact I do not know a girl who would marry me.' Sh« laughed and replied: - 'Just g« aad aalt seme one has to night. and 1 rant are to say yon will he aocepted by tbe firat.' •Ah! lam not to tore «f that. Bat will— y»u—tnkn mef . " •With pleasure.' And • f#w months after I hey WIN ■irrird A big. good aatered doctor vuU« ptnkl; in lo*« villi, and had INN twice refused by, •' fair-haired little woman. But. instead H ef the disap pointment coring trie lore, it pljHili the passion grow net* intim. After the last refusal be laid ber tbat if ever •be chsuged ber mind to let him know, as bis love for her wsa uochengable, and be would be prood to be ber fcosbaod. Some moatbs later ho*' wan driving hoaie from seeing a patient, wh«p be saw bi» lady love riding fa bis direction. BupM>»ing sbe would merHy bow nod pass no. as sbe bad often done before, be did not pell M bit 'bono. Bat tbe moment Mitt Dtiton asms op In him she reined in hnr beese, atOMftd and called out: •Won't yon stop, Dr fiillf Be raieed hie hat und topped: •I shall be happy to do eo/iad then waited for her to speak. She Was |aih| it IkifMand and bluebing danply? tat£&£*k££} up. sbe filled the dooteee honest hoart witb gladasas and surprise by eaying; •Dr Bi'l. 1 hare beeOeioeety watoh ingyou latoly.and but chsraeter, and belisriag yon mill nus an etesllent huahand, I asa willing to marry yoo' Mr Smith, coming all the way from Australia en tbe loohonl fcl a wife, saw a yaung goeernees on board % Glasgow steamer, whom, from he* Matins* and attention to some children nnder her charge, he fkneisd wantd suit hiafc 'lt he weut and introdaesd himself/nnd. tubing nMI bee* fe« If mi« / 'J (f •I an ysaricf sge} l iiwH an inoonm of a tbooeerd a year; am a total abstaioerffom intoxknting drink; all I want la a good wife fttkiipMi my possesions. Would yen mind tsh mgmef* bbe qnietly replied: s • i •I base no objeetione.' And n few weeks later they wove made one. XOT TO BK rOOLKD. A yonng man of about twenty three years of age, with neither money nor the proepeet «f getting any. OS ma to tbe eooclasiim thnt the bwl thing be cnoMdn wonH bote marry erish uHe ned H«e on her money. Among hie many noqnainlaaces waa a widow ladyi of abent twice hie age with three c*lld» rm. bat a steady In earns cf HMO a year. Br* ha veenlosd m mnsey, in order to enWeeao hao ftkmay^he of the hoaos, and treated him like a younger brother in every respect Tbe young fellow, interpreting bar kind ness to snit himself, and believing he had nothing to do bat to ask bar. van tared one evening on the subject in the following manner: •I wonder vary much why you don't re-marry, Mre L—l.' •Simply because no one wants a wid ow with three ohildraa/ 'I know one who would be proud to have you nod your dear children,' said tba Woasr, Ming the worst was over. 'lndeed, yon are most flattering tbia evening.' 'No, lam not fluttering. I love you and would be proud to be yonr bus baad.' Sho looked coldly at him; tbeu re plied. *Yoa aosaa you would be proud to own my mpoey, sir. I have been vast ly dsceived in yon.' Then pointing to the door she continued: 'Leave my boaae; and while I lava never dare en* tor it again.' When Lord Strangferd sat down to criticise a book of travels by Mia* Beaufort, he little dreamed that beforn •long he would write to the young au thor that 'I was thinking the other day about a communication, the Em peror Akber to the King of Portugal, whieh co&tained a request for copiea of the holy book of Christians, and in whieh (be following sentence occurs: 'ln the world of humanity, which is the mirror and reflection of the world of God, there is nothing equal to love or comparable to human affection.' For many years I have felt and known this, though I never said it until today to any one. When you next write please give me the possessive pronoun of the rt ri | • nm ptrwii. Surely never was a declaration made in quainter fashion, saving, perhaps, by the Scotch beadle, who lod the manse maid to the churchyard, and pointing with his finger, stammered: •My folk lie there, Mary; wad ye lik to lie there ?' Or the lugubriously humorous Irish lover who took his girl to see the fami ly vault, and when there asked her if she would like to lay her benes beside bis bones. • Louise de Savoy popped the questiou to Bourbon, but bad to take 'No' for an answer, the eonetable curtly declaring that the disparity of years between tbiM,'i'nd, bis own feelings, rendered the union impossible. a ladt's mofosal. If the ladles sin against propriety in taking ths initiative, they can-hardly be blamed fat Muting a shilly-shallying or ovcr baiMfcl loterto the point when a good opportunity presents itself. Snch an opportunity sufficed to end what had b sett .a somewhat tediou* courtship. The young man paying his usual Ovteibg visit, asked his lady love bow she not along with her cooking. •Niosjy/ replied she; *1 am improv ing Wonderfully and make splendid oake now.' 'Can you?* said the young fellow, ig norantly rushing on his fate. 'Wuat kind do you like bsst?' *1 like one made with flour and aug ar, with lets of raiains, currants, and citrons, afid beautifully frosted on the he- « • <l*Hent««)dirtC»ktr aeidahe. And there «n nothing la ft for bim bat taeajr.be Mat wedding, too. EqaiUf' drtittjr cornered *u tb« WtMfl ntt whose girl told bim ib« Wis * miad- reader, whereopoa be very piy. 'Oh. yeel Yea have it in your mind to ak at to be yoar wife, bat yon ere jasiafMfl*s6*adattl»idea.' It is plaia tbe aotaea did act seare ber aay ant than It did tbe Galloway |M Who when Jock, ooming into tbe Wftshea while eba wee preparing break fcnt.aaid: jl tbink 111 marry ye, Jeanl' fl weald be tnaokle obliged to ye If y a would T and eo condudad tbe bar gain; aot evea etipalating Ilka another reedy lasaie on aooeptiag as audden an offejK 'Bat ya mean gie ma my doe* o' ooartin' for o' that, Jamie.' Thatiight «f oeartahip le ana oat of ebidnamMn onght to allow herself .to be defraadad. nonnra it fwxx. T Jrtla e> faNl htsrtrlnrrr in a lover may be to tbe kkteg etf a Mr lady, it is to ha otmdooed; bq* wbea eay OoM» Ja Wtooh of a wile ahaossadaaae by diligeta. be saw rally JuHtmio frfl igaamtritonrij. Lore etteeeey, said often- U*as STIHWIW baetbeowa bis di eat aartled offtbe oriaa WmssM. es hipgisid wbea William leaving avantUog a van to the saleo tioarflba WjU) Urt ChOKbmao. whaffiaii him a wife aad achieved a esa iaiaW hwartf at the aama time. jPrapOsiag by psosy'ielbe tale, aot iboaaoepHea toOianhmd. Time waa whoa the Oreealaader Won hie wlfo by iif las. bat,aaaee his oaavewimi by DmUt WdHfaadS* ha bos baooamthe tamastof wooer*. New a oaadifcta for the holy atate gooa ta aaataioeary aai telle him he areata a wife. . 'Wboarf* asha the missionary. and leeiasfhs aasss. Uaaelly the aaewer ie 'Ho.' 'Why hawyaa aot atodher?' aaks %?tSSa, gate aia pnadfch; tboa eaast speak to bos;' , Issipllsg tha aflsa, the good au pads far tha girt. Bad after a tittle Mlhillft'btiaito bavetheomar- Hsd.' Tha girl dedaroo she hae no aifad to lSr:iaij«£r r * Of o*Nl feodhmoel is oorioaaeaongh to want to konw who tbe suitor may be, and of course aer cariosity is satis fied. 'He is irood for nothing,' sbe cries, with a to«s of tha head: *1 won't have him.' 'But,' the go between urges, 'he is a good provider; he throws the harpoon with skill, and moreover be lore* thee.' Still pretending to be obdurate, tbe girl answers that she will not consent to tbe match. •Well, well, I will not force; I ahall soon find a wife for each a clever fel low,' says the missionary, making be lieve thrre is an end to the matter. Tbe girl does not go. Sho stands silent for a little while, and then in a tow voice sight out: Mast as thou witl have it.' 'No! it ia as thou wilt; I'll not par* suada thee.' replies the clergyman. Then with a deep groan, tbe maiden says 'yea* and tbe matter is settled. I Dumb declarations are in vnguc, too, among the Boers of Bonth Africa. Mr Anthony Trolleppe tella ua that when a young Boer goes jn quest of a wife he pnta on his boat clothes, sticks a feath tr iu nia cap. provide* himself with a bottle of sugar plum* and a candle—a wax one it posaible—mounts his horse, rides to the house holding the young lady be would honor, hangs the reins on the gate, dismounts and enters His smart gear, hia feather and hi* candle bespeak his errand. To make the point quite clear, however, he oilers the can dle to the daughter of the heuse. If the takes it, it h lighted, the mother sticks a pin iu the candle to show liew long the young people may remain together without interruption, and abe ai d every one else retires. Mr Trolloppe saya m little salt is some'icies put in by some one to make the wick burn slowly, but when the flame reaches the piu, mama come* in and the 'fraying' is over, and a day er two afterward the pair are made one. A CAT A MEDIUM. Some of our readers may have el» ready seen the f<»U*wing. but it is so good that we cannot resist giving it: A bashful young peasant was greatly cap* tivatcd by the charms of a pretty girl of his own station in life. He was ex ceedingly anxious to ask her to marry him, and had often resolved to do so, but so far his courage had always fail ed him when the opportunity arrived. However, one night he resolved to bear bis fut in spite of his modesty; so he started off to spend the evening with her. When he arrived to his joy her parents were fiera home, and abe was seated knitting at the kitchen fire with a large gr»y cat lying at her feet. Ja mie sat down topside her. but not a word could be say till at the end of half an hohr he inwardly resolved to 'finish the business;' so, acting on a 'happy thought,' he placed the cat upon hia knee, and stammered out: •Pcssy, ask Lizzie will alie marry me?' Litaie blushed and smiled, but man aged to say: 'Pussy, tell Jamie I'll take bim.' MISCELLANEOUS. 0L . Dealrra In all fyfyQ klodt of goo*, _[l Si) our Hue of tot quality. L. P. SMITH A J ft SON.^ji WATCHMAKERS —A*D— JEWELERS Sullivan's Block, Front St. Baattle Particular ittniloo gWen u Reptirlof Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry, in ALL ton nuimD. ■frill mthMr —*m U w4«r. Saattla. April T. 1879. aMtf MARYLAND HOUSE La Conner, W. T. Good IIIIMIIIIMIHI M b fowd a* tfeto Bote! at all Owl JOHN McGLINN, Proprietor. MEAT MARKETS, CHICAGO MARKET FRONT ST., SEATTLE. FRESH AND SILT* MEATS ALWAYS O* IADS. OuwAObtait AMtf M. OENBMORE DCALU l!l FRESH MID SALTED MEATS jam VEG ETABLES. Haiti. Motf* Itwpi Com«r Third A Union _ MISCELLANEOUS. THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO TRADE IM AT SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.S BROS. CO. ®" W " °°™ t. o. muffir. GOVE & WILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND IN All Kinds of Prodneo, Bay, Grain, Floor, Food, Etc. fester's Whnrf, Menttle, W. T, ——— . uovl.Jiwtf WADDELXi & MILES WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IN Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box STOVES, Brass Tinware, Japanned Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, &c MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. l 3 luttit>lngr, Coppor-Smliliinjf, MTE4M AND GAM FITTING. Call and examine the FKAXCONI4 RANGE i Nlngl* and Donble Own i Improvement aver all otbev*. Agent* fer Ita* celebrated Superior BtOVM» the br«t sold oa ti e PaclAo Count. All platt* warranted not to crack by In. Mro-baeka virnntid to laat five jeare. ILL JOB won XEATLT BUCTCtD, AID OkOna ntOM ABROAD PIOMPTLT fILLBS. Mill Street* Seattle, W. T. my2B-d*wtf SEATTLE NURSERY, One mile east from Yealer's Wharf oi< the road to Lake Washington FEUIT"TREES SHRUBBERY, / A2U> HERBACEOUS PLANTS A Fine Oolleotica ef Small Fruits of all Kinds, And Two Tarietiee of • PBAOHSIM Thai an tea to Bipea la thia Climate, imimn,inaou>,iimuo. AfruTßics.afcaTßtßOLD.tafm toe. PEAB THEBS. 1 TBAM OLD. IIS fBB 1M Orders Out be left at the Eureka Baker J C. W. LIWTO&. Proprietor. SEATTLE COAL —ABD - TRANSPORTATION CO PHadpal plaee of ■aalaaa.ias rraMrtaco, Cal. Utatlas ef Woriu, Blng Oaaalgr Waaaiaclaa Territory. Tbla Oawpaay taaawpma^llafMall Superior Quality oi Coal IN QUANTITIES T0 HIT I mrwj'm? For Sale, at Low Prices! Apply at the Ota ef THB SBATTLB COAL fc TBAMfOBTATIOB oompaxy. Seattle. BovaaaharTth. IBM. THE GREAT B6USH REMEDY H l»taatoa. AthUb to Noteoa ta tboßaad; tbortM MA l—* »i—iii MI <■> KB. HUTU will HIM to toM TrnlMt mkpDocxjw toraoaooof tola kiad toaTITAL ÜBTOBATITB (nadar bio apaotal iMm hI milnil «UlM(cm.A( IwiniMNMfM ar iajariaaafoaad la It. DB. MIXTiB Ml all rrHr»«< wWhwtt jmw«T wne^MiAti•M'fWflf«!»» (>* FiJaa of Imii BMnur.T*. 13.00 a bottla, or tow UM tk* qoMUty. •»«; «? an> ■pa* r-ooipt of p»K». ar C. O oHm4iU«, wd to prtTM* mm U iMind, by A. B MUTTU. M. !».. 11IMNI MNSIH Fianrtm. <M. DB. MOTUraKIMIBt BKBIDT. HBFBBKT lorn iMM til tod* af BwgM*Jl|illir MUo, *" bomd»«o» "ML KIBTOTIt DtfMUOl W*w too LOAN AKD SAVINGS —AMD— ABSTRACT OFFICE Meney Receive! in rama of ss'aad upward* and Leaned only en Szat-daaa Mortgage Saenlty. lataaeat papeble eeatUaaaaalty; oa firat uaye of January and July. W. ktni COMPLETE ABBTBACT OF TITLES U ail laado la Seattle and Blag County, and SSKASSS? * «"—«*• - "*"• Taxee paid for wa-wiMH. Preemption and Boauataad papara mad* for aettltre. MMimSH * REEVES. FARM FOR SALE. Tub übdebsioped okfers fob mm a 'aim oa Prairie. Tbe localioa la at the opening of taa Hnoqoalml* Pasa, leading «*• *fca MuMaa, four mllea from Fall* city aad thirty luilee from Seattle. Tha turn cooaiaU of MO aiw. ISS of wbich are on tbe prairie and ander fatiea. Oarbiudnd acira have twa bio keaend cultivated. The aoli la very rich. The bolldlaga are a dwelling and two barna. A U H. Palmt, on record la tba office of the County Au ditor, la tba title. For further deacription and aea L. W. Foea, of Seattle, or call at my booaa, or wrtte. Moses MORBIB. taoqaalmle. Blag Co., Fob. •, 18S0. I7w3m REFEREES SALE. HI TBB DIBTBICT COCBT OF THB THIBO /TDICIAL DISTBIOT OF WASBIBGTOB TBBBITOBT, A* SEATTLE. JAMBS A. MoPHEB, TheHeii**t.lawof'THOMAS POW. *a.!SK. BBS, Pateeaid, who ace aakac/va. PUBLIC BUTICB IS UMMXBt UIVM IttAi' 1, L. V. Wyek'ff, Befvrco la aald can**, la pamoate of aa order U aalo leaned by the Clarß of tba DtiltUi Ob art of the Third Judl< lal Die. triot, at Heattle, seder tbe atal ef aald Court, aad to aie delivered, will on tbe 27th day of Much, A D. in*, at 1 o'e>ock r a of raid day, at tbe door of the Court llouae In tb» City of B> atile. «*- poeoat publje outcry to tbe bl|liri| bidder for ee»h. the following reel potato all ante in Blag ooonty, WaaMaaton Territory, to wit: Lot Ko. la Bloob 80. SI, la Majraard'a plat of tbe towa (anw city) of feattle. Dated Fe .ru»rjr Mtk. IMSO L V. WTCEOFF. Utftrre. t. B. Lawn, Plaintiff'a Attorney. r>w It TO THE UHFORTUHATE. AOQ kbarn* Y ■ ft JHB ourof Cuia- DMcbl ilrnt, B*ll EotobliobrA 4 IM4, for lb* ''' DIMMM, twh M OlMi. , ljr|ikJili *ll It* form*, Nfm lul W«MkMM.llMrM«MCy.l<ghl )oc*-a by MM, ylmlM on ll* fM», and lust nihilhood COB voMUTrly bo ouad. TJ»« tick »cu «ffl c-cti ■boald act (alt to aoll tpui bliu Ibo VccK.r ' bao bmW iimoliily ta Knrwj a, and in*i «ctcd tbarnngblp Ik* nrlou buapiUla ibefa.'b'kibli g o groat daal of Tilaatla Informal tea. wbicb ba la aocapataat to Impart to thaae to L«e«t of Jtfi amto. UM. .OlbfeOM wUI m»ba no cbargo nalaoa bo atoct a «**a. Prraoaa a* o dbUaoa MAY ■■ croco AT HOMK. *U ooaa ■Bi litlnßi MWly euaArtonltal. Tan **• bo «na bnt tbo boater. 9**aoaa writing to tna Doa tot will plaaaa M»'» *ba nam* of tba pap rtbojr OrO tola artT»r« ; »;!.<■ lit la. Ohargaa roaaonal la CoU ui vr »a. /ddreaa DB. J.W- QlßßtiM, Baa UNMm F»aci»oo. toad »io tor a |ya> Hjaot , NO. 82.