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VOL. VIII. m i vriiuax iR. tAi»or situlwu JW »T>IW, (tfas tectjaf: taaai. fc* iaaaftioa, ftl eo iMjNphlSigWl laaarUoa...... 80 Seadlng notiC?* per lhie.... .i5i'.i*..'...... M 1 j a* jraer ar qurncfr at sedated rataa. Imh McNauobt. Jwiri r. acSiOan. McNAUGUT BROS, ATTORNEYS At- LAW, IIATTLE, Dr. T., jk "T* ~j TT| aT" a i OSes In fl»rifri , iOfrereHo«ei-.epl*»lr.i.- O. Jmom. O. K Jaaxaa. I Attorneys and Counselors at Law Will practice la all the Ooarta of Waahlagton Territory. .» f j . .. Ofltca oa Jamee Street, Oppo»lta Oeeldeatal ■•Oal. apldfcw —■ W wTm a. a.azaoo. . iWM SEATTLE, W. T. OKFIOK OPPOSITE SWISS'S OPKKA HOUSE. Mr. Learj ia a Notary Public and Oomiataaionei af Dead* for Oregon and OeHfcxMa. d*wtf. IRVIftC BALLARD, Attprney-at- Lu w. MOSSCHTIKO AT MRSKT TBIR J JUDICIAL DflTvlOl, OAoe an Oaaaaawaial Street, aazt 4oor «a ■aawahachar Brga«fcQs.s. up atatra. PHYSICIAN ANDSOEGEQM Dtaaaaaa of fee Eye, Throat and Cheat a Specialty. OKKICK, OPKBA HOVHK ■oar*, IS a. it to nu.,l mrv iimKlol m, naaidaaM ea Second between Dalon k Pike Hta. Dr. D V W. STAKKEY, Homeopathic PHYSICIAN AH 5 SUR9EON, FEOCT ITEWtT. Oppoaite Sullivan Block, Seattle. V. T. OR. E. L. SMITH. i (MfPf OK»-Colnaan's Bulldlntr, cor. Mill ■M €o.uinerol«l MUtU one* hours, 4 to S e. m. MWIJMH on Third Street suit koa« |iw|k Of I Kpieeopal Church. oa. OTA". WEE DT tJiiIGEON AND PHYSICIAN, * | SuUioan't Block, up Stairs. Odtoe lioora frout 10 A. it. t> 2 r. ud 5 to I#.*. . ORS. MIDI A <MGI£I, fiotnctopalhisiM. #.*.l i * 1 UK. H. B. BAG LEY. TATB PBOKJWOB Of Frlnclplea and PrieUN of Surgtoy In the ftrirt fa? -aity».?rffr : A*** '.and will attend to tiUl ta wuHtoftk* •"*» ULI - !1L «m * wh, PORTUGUESE PAACTigwa PHrs;ciAW „##***> is <1 ojr4, P«a«la * Ttaaf'' PrwMt •tfMl, SMtU*. ■kffisac;,; ■ittwtr Wa^saHMkan «al I ttKEX-K'£ Celebrated ■riltetHißSw' Beer Hall, v mk*»d x*ro i aEjjagW n-o I tlmMi yliiwN^* o '' MISCELLANEOUS. ItOOMS TO L.ET, f T \ • ' * 7 ! ! v, • i L l !* BCITR UK 8ISOLE; nRVtSI!IT OB VrmnU*. wHb or vttlmt bMtd. Ttr% walk fmn octa DISTAL SQUARE. FKOXT STREET. ***** Mrs. E. Briscoe. mum LODGE NO. 6 K. i J.)BWTUB ateTOa THURSDAY TV CHINOS MASK)NIC HALL. All newborn la good atandlag in cordially is. *\M to itutf MRS. L. H. MILLS, AO EST FOR BUTTEMCK'S PATTERNS. Dressmaking, Cutting A Pitting. Mill #traa»akov a OoeldadUl tqmra, Seattle. ft T. THE 01T1PII BROOM FICTORY «B «o\f NFVABED TO votinn TKB TRADE ONLY WITH Good, Well-mads • Durable BROOMS At Uw RaiM. P*ron!a» kwa* Intatry tad (It* aa a fate trl*;. Addreaa all or<*.«ta to WOODRUFF * TAX EPFR. Olynyto. V.T. Nr. Oo«rtaa TOHI ia tor autkortaad la tertlti to eoliMtand recalpt for aa. aafM WOODCAMP. Tktn4* il|Md bw opened a camp Mar Boat* tttf«rUM9Hpn»o( f Ornithine flrat-claa< wood •Ml bark of any loan lb, at Um ahorteat mUm. (MM left at the Seattle Brewery Willi* promptly ittnM to. Four-foot Wood dollvorod for 92.50 por Cord; Short Wood S4 per Cord; BarkM.OO per Cord* dautf M. V. STEWART. SOAP. SEATTLE SOAP FACTORY HECKSON & MANVILLE, PKOPR'S. Commercial Street, Seattle *f«unfa.turer» of a »n perl or article of Washlag and Toilet Soap below San Francleoo pricee. Merchants and others will flnd It to tbalr id eaauM* to patronise home Industry. xuutarr PBIOB PAID ro B TIUOW ABD BOAPOBB*«B. I|T-WL» COFFEE AND SPICE MANUFACTORY. I desire to Inform toe people of Seattle and the Sound country generally that! have ertabllrhed a French Ootfee aud Spine Manufactory on FEOMT BTB»>.T, SSkTTLIt. opposite ttulllvan'a Block, where I am manufacturing the beet branJaof Oeffee*. SaUratoa. Teaot Powders and ftplcee ut all ktad*. which are betas aold at bedrock pricee. a»i<>« B»4 teayeare* experience at the huslaeee In Pari< and America, I feel aiwwi that I nan please all who »»or me with their patn«a«e. Vy foods, inan afar tared la Pi rtland. took two ftrat preiuluiiia In le>77 and three Brat elaaa pre miama in IMA, at the (Megm. State 1 alOiltl CL. BBMOMM. FARM FOR SALE. THI REEYXB FARM OF 170 ACltfiS, U;tM at Ik* Junction of tko Snoqnatmle tal Bkykomivh ri»«n, alt allea above ttnohomiah Otu. la ff«red for aale li whole or In paM, at a bargain. The land la aider and maple bottom. Peraoatiaoktng far farma vtll do wolf tojexamine :r,. GUNStfITHINC I ' 'f I HAVE HEJIOVED MY MOP TO Wtre«t, M , '> X jj iWOK DOM *> Wherelam nrepeaad to do the beat of mack la my M—a*«fca i"«»Ht aatma. PARM FOR SALE. ggrgaa^flgtiSiigg howm.and .afctaaar !^<!§3§iS the «* * -asar* LOAN AIIO SATINUB n —A*»— abstract office lictntj* lih) - ,m"' aeml-mmfalty: enirn* i*j« •» .itfsswwisrtwg^ gtfpTCMOre 4 SHOES ,i «,i, i/jjwwm ****** ■ ;,. i^jMar. H 4?j|"- • SEATTLE* WASHINGTON TERRITORY, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1880. When anybody says marry to Ana* Dickinson ahe wink a with bar noee. Palee hair is now ae perfectly made that when a lady'a head ia fixed yon can't toll which ia switch. The upright piano of the day is incomplete without a long overlay of fringed end embroidered linen or satin thrown acroe* the top and falling at the aide* Embroidered an turner blanketa. worked with pink and blue daiaiea and turned down with a satin bow h■ the upper eornere. are the laat refinement of fancj honaekeeping. Dull gold beada for edging bonnete are a novelty which appeared recently. A atrand ot the sane beada peaaea partly around tne crown, linking the front and curtaiu trimmings together. A atrikioglj simple bonnet is black chip, with the narrow ribbons of different ootora, *pS, aad>bl^k pesaing round the erofvn to ehow aK the colors, and kaotled hi the left *iUi short floating ends. 'Decs jour sister Annie ever say anything about me, siasy?' aakad an anxioee lovar of a little girL 'Yea,' was the reply, 'sha said if aae of your shoes bad rockers oa it it would make a nioe cradle for my biggest doll.' Japanees tnf* square* in square o# stxstded lanterns with light ebonized er Japanese wire frames for lampshades. They are also made ap with velvet or satin tops and suspended from gilded wires for partial lamp scraens. Geld lacs, with alternfte scallops fillad with mossy fleas is gM*n green, with floe dashes of fed, soiteV ths bor ders on tba latest bonnsts; the trim ming which corresponds is a plat of real golden wood moss, with violets and graceful wood flewera seeming to grew out of it. Knives and forks are not used with five o'clock tea in English style, tbin bread and buttsr and sticsa of apfce got requiring them, where the greai is spread befora Serving. AamricS* jtyrle, which prefers to handle its owi L>re*<l aad latter, reqaireS tbe adfaioftiof small knives. - Th# prudent aud tasteful housekeeper does not remove her grates at tbe first warm weatbi-r, but takes awsj the hearth and fills the fireplace with ivy aud large branchiug plants, whieb l«avc tbe chimney free fnr veqtilatiM. and cae be oeoe «l« dto cold oalls for fires again. It is not true that out of sixteen society young ladies nine will prove to have unfinished play* in tbeir writing desks wbtob they fondly, dream Fanny Davenport or Mr* Florence will Idipt aud pay at least SIOOO for, to defray summer expenses. As the Widow Bedott says, u lt is an atrocious eara- Mel" Eliza Worbrook, of Saraniwood. Australia, gives her boa band fall notice ID tbe newspaper* of that eoantrj that if *ba doea not hear frein him wttluu three month# from date, th* intends to enter into another connubial partner ship. She warna bin of the neoaetity of answering with promptitude. <M she herself »• rerj paaotaal in attestion (o matters of honoaee. . The Lady WMhiafton reae, jnit in bloom, ia en acquUition la flo«r>, bailiff the perfection of rim. It ia one of tboae which bear carrying «b«n fully open, not oter large, nor bap cbaped. but compact like the June roae, with velvety petal*, dark red aa the Black Doaglaa, and with the Uu« SsSaSMSSff The flrat lady operator ia the t»la -1846. There wai a great prejudice againat employing female# ea the line, but a few ef the ttUtirea of the opera* ton gradually worked into tbe Kino* In a few yeare tbe akill of a few bqalu BS?&r?ac®'asßa^: numbered by thoaeaada throughout the world. m J ■ ▲ Ltneeeter ynong hnly playfully threw her ana around the waiat of a lady friend, aad a pair of aotaaora hanging therefrom aevered an artery fjx*' *£'• SLc*> yoaog ladiee that throwing their arias around tbe fauli eiM ia • deageeom piece of beafneae that abbuld-be per formed wholly Tb. latter are at rung aad heave aad doo't Seine, ie new epe» 4a Parte. Lefaove'a ■ieUod el jy hn MIU BjJlgrt^^^g^^tbe^Oy m- aa aeoMapUahaent, te ita perfeaAoa, where H iaea a level with that of'mueieaaddreaMtieactioa. Sbedea 01 fcWJ. uabt**3 oottao or HolUad worked with a border in One aet of roller bbada for wide win dows baa a herder of Urge Mae flowara and eprteaehoee the hale; another for narrow Freneh wiadowebaa twe hove of aoarae herring bean b» the red cotton, a deri|o in cwei^^ili *Anna DieWaaoa late write her read .s-fcjuSt M- -■***■ FOB TUB LA Din. with it readily. At present Miss Diekimaß is giving rttdioK* of the play in Wetter* cities. A city honm is designed by the owner of esperteneed t«»« to afford all the enjoyment of the outdoor air possible in towaa, by judicious uw of tbe balconies a* outdoor seats. They are famished with Mattings, awnings with shallow borders, and curtaina below these that usay be drawa at pi—sure. Blonoming plant* are ranged along tbe outside ef the railings in wire trays, and Turkish cushions and wicker chairs make one of the plsasaatast loanging places for ladiee of the family, with their books and embroidery. The old story ot the Queen throwing a teacup sr aoatething at Priaee Albert in a diaeossion, was brought up at a dinoer table the other day. and differ ent members of tbe party declared their experience of similar argument'. One had saen a lady throw a hot potato at her lord,at breakfast; aaotherbad seen an egg thrown, and a third had seen a pieoaotrampkio pie ua*J as a missile, a fn+ti eclipsing all Ules by one of an encounter where a pot of mush was tkeawu over the family in a discussion. Really, tbe poor Queea eeeeaa te hart shown nothing more than a eommon trait el human nature to take to solid arguments. ' g ■■■ Then out spoke bold Joba Kelly, The captain of the gate; '"Ye men of Tammany, arouse! This Tilden must be bate. Bis henchmeu guard the outer walls. His Nevy swalla with pride; And mounted apon barrels strong, Bis steel clad warriors ride." MISCELLANEOUS. Great Bargain 30 HEAD I M V« rj vi "* Choice Work Cattle. ALSO 100 Pack Saddles WILL BE BOLD CHEAP. Crawford A Harrington, maodjkwtf beattle, W. T. L S. McLURE »■»! ' , b ' eaofirsaos TO H. W. ROWLAND, GENERAL Insurance Agent Fire. Marine, life end Accident. MUT« IB NVHY, CITY AW TERRITORIAL SCRIP. Office on Front Street, aext door ta Piper's. snlSO-dtf HO AT TO LET. A XKW HAIL-BOAT. With rverylhlng complete, to let by ths hoar or ' day, at bsihtJck priroe.. laquli* af X. Anderson, at Ball k Psuleon'a furattnrs state. ; myt-dtf Notice of Application to Purchase f ■ * Uanaa BtwDwaot I*aa Orrxo*,__ J NOTIOBIB BKBBBX OITBB TBAT, IN OOB pliaar* with the pcovtstoos of the Act of Ooa , grssa apprvvedTaae 8. I*7B, aatited "An Act for UUl ? > ** F TTO>B * RU *^* -g TH * GFUN^OSLLFOR. i MHHNSMB. tf Kitsap County. Washington TsrritoryTltMtaia day ftlad la this offioshisap aUesMsa to yurchsas th* SWfc of BEK of See. . boa Be. lt.nad Bit ef BVK of Bsettea ta Tswaahip B*. S8 Bilth. Mange 80. 8 Cast of 1 the WUUmshi Manilla. I etolsi the^ssld 1 h J'I'I"JL? 1 8 8s SITBe *" flTla TKLI r'nTT r"k . lastaty «SB| dsjalsm in hsrnsfc BUsaaadstmyheoCntsay *d>ea la Olrmpla. , April, AO. IBBU. • . T-D J.T.BROWN. . NOTICE fOi PUBLICATION. * LtIOWW AT OUMIi, W. T.,1 Nones u HaMMHw' mr THE aMto, «■* aaaata tat ar(f iwiof. aad lba< ta «£?U. taonn, WwalMa *o. mMtr aa pt«ra hu 000. itt wm M4 a4M*nno«^bib4Mtn^ - • NO'flfE. I ■■ IH I ■BMH ■XftCTOrOU EXIST -1 top baf aa* Hba aa< Walter «. »• T.Aarit 2*«. MISCELLANEOUS miimEll Seattle, W. T. ■We woold M3DOun-e tbe receipt »f our FALL AND WINTER NTOC K , Which we offer at tbe lowest possible prices; SUliDg of DRY GOODS DBESS, GOODS, NILKS, Flannels, Domestics, CI.OAKS, AND SHAWLS, HOSIEBT, BROIO ERY, BLANKET?, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, WALL PAP*R, FIRST QITALLTY BOOTS, SHOES, K surpca*. —stao— A COMPLETE LINK OP DURABLE AND riNt CLOTHING. HATS, UNDERWEAR, TRUNKS, ECT. At plain, anmlttakable lew eriees. Franenthal Bros. fleet'le. October 10 1873. NOTICE OF SALE OF Beal Estate in Fierce County, Washington Territory by Julia A. McUarver, Administratrix ot tbe Estate of M. U. ' MoCaryer, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN pursuance of en order of tbe Probata Ooart of Pierce oounty, Waahingtoo Territory, made oa the Nineteenth day of April. A. D. One Thoueaad KigLt Hundred and Rinhty. la tbe matter ef the estate of It. M MeCtnur, deoeeeed, the under signed, tbe aduilnlsiratrig of (be said estate will sell at puMie auction. to tbe hlgbeet bid er far aaaS, *old com at tbe United Stelae of America, and subject to coaflrtnatlon by said Probata Court, on Wednesday, the Twenty third day of June, A. D. One Thousand Right Hundred aad Eighty, at eleven o'clock k M . In 'runt ef the resilience of tbe above named sdrnlnlelratriz la Tacoma, in said Pierce county. Washington Ter ritory, sli tbe right, tttle, interest and esc ate of tbe aaid St. M. Mcuarver at the time of bis death, snd all the right, title and intereet that tbe aald aetata baa by operation of law or otherwise ac quired other than or in addition to that of tbe said If. If. McCarrer at the time of hia death In and to all the certain pieces or parcels of land known and described as follows, to wit: Five icm of laud in Section thirty-one (81), Townbhlp twenty-one (21) North. Hinge 3 Eaat, and particularly bou tided and dncilM a* fot- IOWH: Com utsong at the aoutbaaat corner of the nortb-aat quarer (.SB it) of tbe n»rthtaat quar ter (NE. it) of said Sec tie n thirty-one (31), and running thence west forty (40) ruda, thence north twenty (20) rod*, thence eiv-t forty (40) roda. and thence south twenty (20) roda to the place of be gtuning. Al»o fifteen (IS) acres in aaid Section thirty-one (31) in aaid Township, bounded and dest-rlbisd aa follows: Beginning at tbe feuthweot corner of the northweat quarter (NW 1() of the northeast quarter (NK. i(| or saiddection tliirty-one (31). and running thence lierth aixty (60) rods, theme east forty (40) rods, thence south sixty (AO) roda, thenoe weat forty (40) roda to tbe place oi begin ning. Also tbe undivided one-third (4) interest In a atrip of land ISO feet long and atouut twelve (11) feet wide lying en the raat si te of Lot four (4), in Blocfc twenty-one (*1). in Tjcoma City, and be tween said Lot four (4] and the anefion Una di- Tiding Seetlora twentj.nine ( 0) and thirty (30), in aaid Township twenty-oue (21) Worth, Hangs 8 Eaat. Also the undivided one third Interest in the re. nuUiider of the otrlp of land about twelve (IS) feet wi-le running the e tire length of the town ■it* of Ttcomi City and lying brtwcu did kc llon line dlvldi< g Section* twcnty-nlnr (39) and thirty (90), li. Towi ship twenty- ne (21) Nor h. Bang* a Bast, and Mid towunts of Tsnoma Olty. Alao he undivided oi.e-tbird Interest in a s*rip of land ten (>•) feet wide more or less running theeutire length o> the towastte of Tecima City on the (oath ids thereof, la Brotion tMity (30;, Towcihlp twenty-one (31) Nortu. haoge 3 Kast. and a atrip of laud Included in the pre emption claim of Job. Cerr ami adjoining oald towwsite of Ttcona City. « Alao the tract ef Una described as follow*: Commencing at a point tbtrty two (33) rods weet of the northeaat corner oi Mention thirty-one (31), in Township twenty>one (21) N rth, Bange three (3) »aat, and running from hence south twenty (90) roaa. thence weet twenty (-.0) rode, th«ore n«-rtb twenty (20) reds, and thenoe sea l twenty (*<) rods back tcr the plsc« of beginning alao four-Bftlu (1-5) of an acre of Md Bectt"a thirty-one described as loDows: Beginning at a paint twenty (20) reds weet an t forty (40) rods aou'h of the oorthets- corner ef said Bsctlon thirty-one iSI) asi running freea theoee west tan (10) rods, thence south eight (8) rods, thenoe eaet four (4) rode, thence xonth eight (It) rode, thtane eaat six (*) rods, tbenoe north sixteen (16) rod* be. k to the plaae oi beginning. Alao one-half acre of land in said Seetloa thirty-one (II) deecribed aa follows: Beginning at a point fifti-tyo Hi) rods south and tea (10) rode went or the uut Hiuasl comer of aaid See>lon thirty-one (41) an* running from thence went tea (10) rods theuce south eight (8) rods, tbeooe eeet fan (10) rods, sad thence north eight (8) rods hack to the place of beginning. And alao the following lota la Tacotae Olty m showa by the recorded plat thereof ta the Audi tor's office of fierce county Washlagtaa Terri tory, to-wit: Lot three '3), ta Block twelve (13). Lota eta («), seven (T) and eight (8), ta Meek nineteen (18), and Lota five it) and six (8),1a Block thirteen (IS). Terms and condition of sale eaah, gold cola of the United Butts, according to the order at the Probate Court hereinbefore referred to. JTRUA A MCOABTOL Adaflatatrstrlxoftho Mateof X. X» MeOarver, dsosaasd. aflMI MARIETTA HOTEL La Conner, W. T. * I t• X r . ;t* -h 4 &f!*!p* -f W't .-W MILTON B. COOK, Proprietor. THIS IIOUS IIWfW AND XIWLT rCUUHKO, GOOD ACCOMMODATIOIia, With ttu Comforts of ft Private NMN. The Tab?* will bafowd MeseapUoaabla. Tba Bw ta fwatafcad with KM AMI WIMB, Uqoora nl Cigars. II baa a larfa walWOtted HLUAIO ROOM FmlaM wltb tba M M«M TabUa. Kotbtog will be Ml M<l>l TO em I*NI to Mb* lb* nib oouforUbU. THE ELECTBO-MACIETIC SOLE. LATELY LIYGTO-N MXS TO NCIV all iwalln rat knows for tbaeowpiato imoflMmita. Tfcay kanbaaa toowi^a wtjr jw failjiM ud mwum aff-ctk»a yield to tbal? tiaalaiaat. ni MM bayte* MH fc«( Ml M«b «*tln«iUbM tftklM a/ toa ELAOrboMA. ANTIC bOIX far Mia al tbaUrcg *tara..f KCLLT ft TOtfbS. Aatbortoa* «anbftrhbi MtMfibHf(M V. <5, # <# f X** N <* A (// /s* *s*s& # ' / WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN) Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Box L ST 0 Steam Whistles, Gongs, Steam and Water Gauges. Globe Valves, dco MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. Plauibing, Copper-Hmlthlnu:, MTEAM AND OAM FITTING. tell Ml HUriM tht FRANCONI* RANGE | Mingle and Daablr Oven l an Imprartment «»»r all ethni. AIMU f«r th« NTEKNM Superior Stoves, th ® ■*>!' oa »• p*cia« AD PIIIF> wamatwl not to «r*ck by Are. liio-bock* w»rr»nt«sl to lMt Arm jun. ALL JOB voax auTLT niCTVD, in OBMM moM IMOAD rwouni.t num. Mill Street* Seattle. W. T. p. w. wusthopf7 IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL HC-A.R.ID'W-A-REI, H 2 1 / 1* 2 l| t ] l I MECHANICS' TOOLS • 4 ■ ,«k. " ' ' Jk My Specialty, NewH Btyle Cross c I Cut Saws, The M«Mt «nd qokkaat mr in the market. Shoe Findings. ■\ >f GUNS, RIFLE AMMUNITION, REVOLVERS, FISHINQ TACKLE, Frsmt Street* W. T. P. 0. Box 236. GOVE & WILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTB. AND ftP.AT.gTtX IN All Kinrii of Prodnca, Hay, Grain, Floor, Food, Etc. Afißirrti ram TAOOMA UKL Yffßlnr'a Whnrfi Hcattle, W. T, ■ aorl-4*wlf WA CHONG & CO., CHIXA TEA WXO■«MI ' rtJB- M. ■» <»■ 9KS# —MI nhifS^itoflrirt'j ||J"'"T' _. urvi looif S |K Iq k2 TEA OIBECT FROM CHINA. THE PUREST IRD BEST, AM>»MI«WHI W 11111 Willllgn«•Ttlrtllwm.ilum. l>Ml»h Eloe, eplmm aed sll Kinds of Ohles Goods. MI4K »4*' **&s V'" i &'**& l ■--. S4£«' V 5 U -*• J, v*\? j ? MIBCELLANKOUS. NO. 149.