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VOL. IX: fHE iVrKiIU-KXKR. Office—Front Street, Foot of Cherry. " RATSS OF"LD*K*TIFL*« >a« |«>na a»aa<* i««S». l*ttisiw»tl«*. It SO Cacb ioldlOf p0t1Ct)....... .... .... Rr -triMltfffy tt HI" r PROF JBllfl.tAl, OAIIDS. li«u MONTAOAR. Jot Bra I*. MoNaomt. McNAUGIIT BltOS. SEATTLE, ». V., UiM la Bqotra't Op»r» now, ap Uiln. O. JAOOB*. C. L Imn. JACOBS a JENNER. inomeis at lav rZiLar 1,1 Co, " i ' ot WMbiMt °° OAAE on Immm Htraat, Oppo»lt« Ocafdaatal ■olal. ipiiU* . <~ —»-0~~ ... a. a. srsnv*. /oaa LEAST. 4TE&U7S & LEAHY, -ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW SEATTLE, W. T. OFFICE OPPOSITE 8Q TITHE'S OPERA HOf'BE. Mr Laary is s Notary Paella and Commissioner of j>aaOa sad <*HfoCnla. d&wtl. IRVING BALLARD, A ttoraey-at« La w. PROifMSrtNO iTTOHgET TfliKU JUbteIAL DISTitIOT. (Me* on Oassnsaicial Street, tost door So ■saeakar her lirue, fc (Jo.'s, up states. oIS-d DR. *. BERTHIER, FRENCH msm m) surgeon. • • May lie fonad on sppllestlon at Mrs. Briscoe's or the Occidental Hotel, Seattle, W. T. Wm, M. HILTOP, M. D , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON • OmCK, OPBBA UOVHK. ■liars, :o a. M. to li w., 3 to 5 r. m. snd 6 to 7 rs, Baaldsaes oa Second between Onion k Pike Sta. Dr. D~ W. STARKEY, , Jlomeopathic fHfSICIAM AND SIIMEON, FRONT STREET, Opposite Sullivan Blosk, Seattle, W. T. OR. E. L. SMITH. -*■ Offlca boon, J to 3 e. u. IMMMO* oa TblrJ Street mil hoiine uortb of OR. G. A. WEED, fclittufeufr' inb PHYSICIAN, SMbaA'r Kd&t. iiff State. - HIS. I. < H. 1. BIGLE). ftqmi/eopathisri. ■ () ,... 0 , IJ Prtaaialaa and frwtlM of Eurgarr la the i KUhlgaa Central Medical OeUega. will autl I Operative Saner? sad Surgical Dteeaaee s apodal l will -"ryd to Mill liyn; part of tha ■ ids BilS- T DR. J. HIQH WARDEN, eeer*iM*e IHIWCIAN OPPIOR ANQ RRSIDRXCR OVER *b*Sli>Bsr- ~ Hnerr^ ry Mora, aulllvaa'a Black. Seattle. " T7T- . I i ' Ij' jimp" iiii PLAWM AND slgjoiricA+ioju A SPROUI.TT. ebopoa Seouad Btraat. Sooth of Mill. Saattla. ARTHUR DOYLE, Pju xi' ; IDRYi "i SUN Y i a.. atUi pssr MISCELLANEOUS IMMHI3 TO LET, |/*3« aoiTK ou auoLC; on F; Trae»t«l>t: »tth or vithoat board. fm luinntm nit Iruui OCCIDENTAL AjL'AIIE. KKONT HfrtltfcT. i t*mm Mre. C. Briacoe. HARMONY LODGE NO. 5 K. P. I f )MQtn.AB MCVTINQ THURSDAY EVXNINQg • Lv til r.K.at MAWO.MC HALL, ■ All nuiti r> ta »ood >lu4li| art card tally la *Urd to ttt*od. aSldtf MRS. L. H. MILLS, a'iknt ron BUTTERICKS PATTERNS. OretimaklAg, Cutting Ml Fitting;. t MW Btaaatabov OwMnlri Itaaw, gaafflt. % T. OLYMPIA BROOM FACTORY U NOW PKPAEKD TO FURNISH TUB TRADE ONLY WITH Good, Well-tnade. Durable BROOMS , At Lmr Rata*. MIOIIIM home ln<la«'ry snd (In u« s fair trta!. AIUHN all or.'.ers to WOODHDFF A VAN KPPU. Olympta, W. T. Mr. Doajrlaa Toon* ta oar authorised scent In Seattle to eelleet and rwtlpt for aa. WOODCAMP. Tha aadeiatgaed hw optnM a camp near Seat* Ua for the parpOM of furaUhtng Srst-clsa. wood and bark of any length, at the shortest notice. (Macs lefts!the Seattle Brewery Will ha promptly attended to. Four-foot Wood delivered 4br52.60 per Cord; Short Wood *4 per Cord; Berk $4.00 per Cord dttdtr M. V. STEWART. COFFEE AND SPICE MAHUJFACTOIfY. I desire to inform t»e people of Seattlr and tha Sonud country generally that I Wave mtatilirhnd a French Uoffue and Bpi -a nanufectory nu KHuN r BTB3KT, SKATTLK. oppoatt* &ii:ilvan'« Block, where I am tnaaafee*iirln< the heat brands of Coffees, Sal«ratas, YRA*t Pow<lers and Spicesot all kinda. which are l>elo< aold at bedrock price*. J|s*inß had ten year*' espcrience at the business In Part* and America, I feel aa<iured that 1 oaa •lease all who 'avor me with their patronage. My goods, manufactured in Prrtlsnd. took two flat premiums la WT sad three Brut clasa pre miatna la 1870, at tha lire got. State Fair. alOdtf CL. EBMONIN. FARM FOR SALE. THE BEEVES FARM OF .17 9 ACRES, Insisted at tha Junction of the Snoqoslmls and Skykoutsh rivers, su miles sbwve Snohomish City. Isiff-red for sale In whole or In part, at a bargsla. The land ti alder aud maple bottom. Pernoas looking for farmsapll do well to exawiaa tbiaproperty. Tltls forfait. Inquire of I>. H. SMITH, Seaitlr, W. T. March, ISSO. . ml7dtf GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS & SHOES MADB TO ORDER. John Kfttipoy* Oa OmiMieUl Slrmt. ueil to Oym Hoaar, FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMEBS SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Too, DELIVERED OX AOASN WITHOPT A MOMENT* DEL AT PROM KFSEEKS ALLT CUJMT«HJCTKU TO ACCOM MO DATE eot'xy Httamv. «ra»y Uj grtllae jraar fori m tt>* «. a a T. c«. at Bc«uu. -tits-atr C UN SMITHING ."$* *-T I HAVE UEMOVED MY MOT TO Oommeriitnl Wtr««>t» rat uooa TO un tmcmum*. WkwalsdißMßsrsdlaeo OakNt of work la HT Has et Ifci imifit aeMae. U4t* L. NEUMAN. LOAN AND BAYINUS —ARIW ABSTRACT OFFICE ■mi j liuli ill L» iMM nfjH ill i *' Loeaad only sa &n«lu> Mortgage , »eesritj v tat«a*4 *" wa IMNI COMPLETE ABSTRACT or TITLE; to MI laafe la laWi sal Xiac Omty. aad atafce a apacUHy of WJIIJISIIH and SMfetap iN'ilb of tttla. ' wpM«u SKBKOSH » WKS. NOTICE TOJREDITORS. Kits ft Ma lopaa, -NTCTICR» TAMRMPANR sansae iMlUritai. 4<r ß o| MACKDrTO*. Fttfeesa. SBSMSUIe.IIayW.UN. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, THURSDAY. JUNE 8, IBSO. Going from Chicago to New York in • pirlor car some yenrs ago 11 lia i ruyxeif Kited opp-wita to a lady, rot ymiug. but rery plainly dmrad, who attracted me strongly. What first draw my atteot to her was her voice. 1 h«d never I* fore heard anything like it. clear, deep and sympathetic, every »yliable perfectly aooeotueted. and ao even, full aud flowing that to listea to it charmed one irresistibly. I ha I just tinubed reading th« New York Hrrald, wb«n her 'Please permit me to look at yoar paper a moment' fell on my ear like a note of music. Of course, 1 gave her the paper. She was a woman not far from sixty, large framed and deep cheated. Her features were irregular, bat bef bice eyes weft replete with genins, and a filler shaped head never sal on a wo man V shoulders than that which 1 caught myself regarding with more in tere»t thsn politeness warranted. When the train stopped at Toledo, • handsome dark eyed Italian to the car window and held op for.our inspection a basket of oranges The Udy Melon led two or tfc*|e from the great golden pit*, and tossed a half djll*r t<> the youthful frnit vender. 'That Italian girl's face reminds me of ODO I ODCO saw in Rome/ said my i raveling companion, banding tbe oranges she bad purchased to bar col ored maid, who sat Hist behind bar, tba very fi»k of dusky attendants. I was s» fascinated by har voioe and manni r tbut before I well knew what I wai saying, I bad blurted out the question: 'A girl with a story lam sore and ooe which I should dearly like to bear.' The old lady rmilrd, and a wonderful smile it wa«, lightiug up beautifully one of the meet expresaive counten ancae 1 bud ever seen.' teen do no more than repeat ber words; to catch (be spirit of ber marvellously dramatic way of speaking would he simply im possible. 'While bt Rome some years ago, I one day visit*d the studio of arising American sculptor. He was quite a young man, handsome, and a great fa vorite. Flushed wilb bis first success nmbuiouri and be had .soma reason to be pleased with ths world, . and the world with him 'He had just fiuisbed an exquisite statue of Ariadne forsakt-D, snd it was to a«e this 'ast and work of bis chisel that I bad been in vited to vuit the studio. It r«prsstnt ed Ariadne, just after awakening, alone on ibe Island of Noses, deserted l»y .rhes us, terrified and b<tart broken. The grief, alarm aud despair depicted in the marb'e feutures were tbe very perfection of art, fud nothing could be morv beautiful than the sorrowful loveliness of tbe drooping head and Im ploring, out stretched hands. A •rim son talk curtain, arranged sou to throw a soft, warm light orer tha statue, became slightly displaced, and behind its heavy folds, with her head resting sgainst tbe pedestal of an on finished Demetor/1 saw ayouogltaU ian peasant girl asleep. Tbe movement aroused ber. and she opened a pair of dark eyes that were intensely mournful in their slow, upward glance. Tbe small brown bands, the exquisitely turne d wrist and arm, the! large sad eyes, dark as nigbt, wine red lipe and long smooth braids of ebon bfeir were purely Italian. I could not help look ing at ber in andisguised'ailto&itfen. Tbe young sculptor smiled anil Mi& to the gill kindly: 'You may go, Anita; you will not be wanted tcday, but do not fail to come tomorrow.' 'With ft dumb, <1 Of like ohedipnoe the girt arose, and, without ft word, silently disappeared. ' *Auita it tbe model who stood (or Ariadoe. Bhe hM the mete, grieved, etartled espres*iuo the! I wanted lor Ihia particular work; In thai one Mpeet, at Iwirt, mj Ariadne annaet be •urpaned. Ton see ber here in DeatUr eearching lor her daughter. Bees tbe haod teat holds tbe uplifted torch fees something indescribably eed abent it. That's Anita's own lorrowfnl look; I'd know it asaong a thooeand.' 'lf Anita bad been a model of wood* instead of flesh and blood, he could not bare t|>okf»a mora indifferently. I aan't tell why. bat the gift intetmtetf mo deeply. Bhe seenisd so lonely, ad poer •nd friendleee—one of the many bundled* of models who haunt the studios of Rome, living heaven only I hno«a where or how. With her pasaionate southern blood ebe inherited the dark, dreamy haeuty «* tbe VWean raot ; and aTI tie traru, silent love of h«r heart she had given, onnahad and unoared foe to tbe young —lnter. He did not retarn ber totre, M aha khew it—just ae one knows they eaftbot po>seec a star, because H to w high above them. 'An.ti'a affectioo vMMtkugto lki handaome AiMffan' abwdofcly no< ibi»c; f+r be »u anon to mmnj a wealthy lady *4 rank, jong ud la»fljr. to vboa bi«jMT Okodtl wee ao iu<<r« to be conj pared Ibu lb* light from a baedl* of fagoU la to be liboMd in the mtmn. 'He entered hie atedio one morning with asoag on bit hpa and hia heart overran with fjtndneea, tor on the B»or» low hf would marryHbe wopaaa he U>T»d—h»*ed l*et in nil entered to fi< d Anita tying at thO feet of Araidne. deed.' 'DeadJ* I echoed* bleakly, I bed notaxpocted qait* m (Mgte a riinu. 'Ay*, dead! That wee Aaita'a way of ending b«r troablea. - She bad taken e n»rcotic poiaoa, qtietly pillowed ber ta-art on bar ahapely arm, turned bar white face np to the atfll whiter end ao died, peacefully. and with na ont ward rig* of pain or regret,' • I thanked my traveling —aapaniaß for the etory, wooderiag ■aanwhiU where I bad NM thai pMriWf eeroaa say awl in a neaiit. Tbe elderly lady with the aeetndiooa wiea and magaifieftnl breadth of bit* waa Charlotte Osbaen, Be anra yea are iffbt ead the* lb low mi aajoy tba pgwywt. # ANITA, A* Uicliai Traffic. — \ few years age Parisian society waa startled by rnnsora of the asost cynical immor ality in high plaoaa; and photographs were privately passed about in proof of the allegations. Credulous people gaa*d with astonishment epon the por traits of well knows grande dames in tba moat extraordinary ooetucaes and of stata—tea in the queerest company, till at laat the police want to work, and after n grand seizure of cartes, dis covered that it waa the practise of certain scaaps to boy the photographs of people, remove the heads and stick them on the bodies of persons who had bfan photographed in fanotfalcoa* tames and aititndea. The models thae obtained, being repbotegrapbed, soao times afforded ptctnree eo wall done as to make It impassible for enyone to say that the person repreented in them had not been willing sitters. These photographs sold immensely. and the taken made lota *f money out of them. Three carpets hang waving abroad in the braesa. Abroad in the brctse as the >un weut dm; And three husbands, with patches of dust on tbeir knees. Wbacked whacks that were beard for miles np end down; For men most work, end women mast dean, And the eerpets be beaten— no out* ter bow mean— While tbe neighbors do the bossing. Three housewives leaned out of their windows raised, Of their windows raised, where the ana t Teemed in * And they scrubbed end scrubbed till their heeds grew daxed. And their ears were Hied with « hor rible din; For pots will fall, end kettles ge bang, And boilers refuse in tbe attic to hang. While the husbands do the swearing. Christian SbiNvi of Lascoiter, Pa., ▼owed to wreak a frightful veugeanoe epon bis wife and Moore, who bed eloped together. If he could only And th«*m. so be said, he would instantly kill them both. His friend Ginder offered to search out the runaway pair, if Hbander would promise solomoly to punish them with death. Shender readily promised, but wheu the wife was found, and she put her arms •round him, kitted him,and bogyed for forgiveness, he wee overjoyed and took her home unharmed. He eveu tbaokrd Moore for giving bar np without trouble. The disappointed and disgusted Ginder cursed the party and left them. ' MISCELLANEOUS M. DENSMORE ** # *? m ' . r f f DKALU in FRESH AND SALTED MEATS AND VE« ETABLES. All kinds or Fraah nd Baltad MeaU. Bologoa Mauaaga, He., unpotkul Shoo Corn or Third A Union Sto i-s. ' PROBATE NOTICE. Tf TflS FBOtATK OOUBT OF XIMO OOU«. 1M THX PBOUTZ OODST OF XIMO OOU«. ty, WMklagtoa Tarrltorr. littaMttKof tkt «W( of WIIIImb 01—ny. OB raadiaa ATDLH tta F»Utioa of Tbo«W Olaaey, atfate*afealar af tba aotata af MM WU- It— Claacy. aici—tl. aattiag forth Uilall* UU la la • MN IMIMIH to W ilml. *ad wiSSoLtta W'UH, ll'tlir alrt da?,tta MU d~y *f JIM, ATD. MM, at «a (») raHttiE.tfcry —4 toy to atoaaraawati) SimMto tSmlitt* Mnet'tha aaM totaaaalaaaarotag to law. Hlatoitoaa aim) ttaOmyyaftthartafW (•MkMaMtaaa* tar tcmr anaaaaiaa toaaka bafara Ua aaM M Aay o# lan, A. B. J*. In Htof|ll»ililHnq,i a>a»»a|iii priat ai aaA fOHaM to to aaM Itoi aaaaty. mMjjf to aM OapKr aM uSm^m«fM Oawt IM* ink Mar,*. *!*■ WS»«2f£-. TXBUTOBT or vumamrow, J igSSSgssg; mrcß ra pouicatidii. ~< k, 1 -i ' Lta» orra « Ou». W. T-.l wi asctrtssrsS^s'BsS terwtataMr. w. t.mMv. »• uu 4*7 «/ * '""ii'"**?iTi p * ** bSWM MARYLAND HOUSE La Cjmncr, W. T. « M juia«aunr, J3= : 222. ttHMtCgISSBSgSg ■ •4» 7 • '..•■ if!" .- ' ' "■" J4 af -v itaf s - 1 MISCELLANEOUS. «®L»! (SOLD! Clain For Sale. 158 FEET ON GRANITE CREEK 'sat akon tba Dteaavaty CUlm. Placed on tba Beeoeda tf Granite Dtatrtct by 0. W. Andwa, Baeordar. Match Stb, ISSO. Thto Claim 4a located am om of the richaet atman to aw Bhasit Wnaa. and muat ba aold aa eooa aa poaaibie. aa tba owner la ramaaaal bat hy atohaaas la hte faaally. aad caaaat kipmaal to fepraeaat tba Ctaha oa Um l»th of Jaae, which ht«|iiiwtHlwPnr, Penona InlwHn to viait the miaee can do w better thia to buy thisOUisa. TERMS REASONABLE. Tot farther particular* apply at the IMTIIAI- Out CKK ofltoa. arttUwtf L S. McLURE ■eoeeisoa to H. W. ROWLAND, GENERAL Insurance Agent fire, Marine, life end Accident. DKAIJUt M COUNTY, CITY AND TERRITORIAL SO (IIP. Ofltoa on Front Street, aaxt door to Piper'*. iol3o-dtf A CARD TO THB LADIES. Mr. John Friedlander, TBI WELL XX OWN linen, Silks, Towels end Turkish Goods Importer, Bap leave to announce that ha will viait oar city ia attest two mfti. He noma* to us with the Mghaat eiedeatiala trow Oaiiforaia sad the Kaet. aad thee* ladies having received hie Circular* have ample Una to write to aar of hla patrons far refarsoosa. He sail lea with hla the ftaest Tarkiab Table Covers, Piano . Cevers, Black tfllbs »ai Table Linen* Of aUdeasrtettoaa. Ladles will do well to wait waMThiaarrivalhefeeelhejr pureham thaaetee. KISSES With IceCream OR IceiCream With Kisses, AT Mattaa, toihila, Aa.. nmIM wttt Ira CMaia to F MMIIII 1 tt« ilirlw uttaa. >lla< aad aaa* toaay »Uc« aa _ Dwlrn M all . Jp\finvrs L. P. SMITH M & SON,^p WATCHMAKERS -up- JEWELKIIN Sollltm'i Block, Front St. Soattlo ' ■ f ; ■ * t . " A • # ' * W«toh«. Olockt, and Jewejrr, naahi ii win fmih >nr t iti iHir J 4*2 - • v= # THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO TRADE IH AT SCHWABAGHER BROS. & CO.'S »i SCHWABACHER BEOS. * CO. % # t OoV « s ->• /><// * <• V■% LEYI STRAUSS & CO.'S PATENT RIVETED CLOTHING. Adapted aapaeially for mluwa' wear. A large stock of BUnkot-llnrd u4 anltaad Pmtaat Riveted Coals, Yuli, run, Ml Blouses, naaafactured by white Üb<«. Call aad esantae this stock before purchaatai tile where. Al. HIKHAI. WADDELL & MILES WHOLESALE AND BFMIL DEALERS IN| Ranges, Cook, Parlor aid Boi S T O "V HI S, • ' I p, Xitch^y Steam Wfaiitlei, Gongs, Steam and Water Gangee. Globe VaiTee,4o MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. IMnmblng, Oonp6r»»»lOitaf, HTEAM AND QAM I^XTXIWp. tmU aid ■»■!- tfc* mMCWni UMII Ma«W m 4 Piall. Or«a% »• lapHi-liat iTtT I)" -" ktmtmtmth. ■ ill lm. I »ypftw BU»—, «» »—■— —•• »"«' «■ ■'■ ***** mmwrtM><*—>»«m fliiUiiimiilHtelwHwyw. 'iLill' ' Mill Street* B«mttle. W. T. WA CHONG DS CO* CHIMA VXA WVOWS ■M^^L ■3 UTB IOM • /HB I TEI DIRECT FMMICMM, THE PUREST MO BFJT, DM)N is SIN, Opium and all Kinds of Ckte* flgodk^ ADMINISTRATOR'S SAUL mmmmrnrn None* » HEBKBY am* THAT Df MJ». Amm of ta nntor of tko ftvbato Ooort 1 Eiaa MoMjr. •aoktogtaa Twnttmp. BMAO am tka Ut J«t of M«r. MM. ta toa »aUar aftoaoaMa of TkouM Calico. tk* Mlirtuid too Aiimtiinniw •( tlw Ml MUM «U1 Mb ii faklit turtioa. to Um ll|>iH kMdar, OilbMUy, UhIM 4tojr«T Nfey, IM*, at U O'clock A. ML, to 'tost of tka 800 l Mai* Ohi of MmUiM A BrorM. ooraor of Mill —<l Oawwwtri >«oU, Ss^gfc^aSjgsa. wdtkmiij to Mock ■—>» i I *mi*y (Ml of of too CoJ—4 Antra. to to fa*rwtkoAoa 1 Mto "DHOA MW Mk, MST* AAatotiatrator of toa iIKMBBAO NOTICE. •sr —lAgier ALSO AGENT FOR NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. LtoOmn « Ouuu. W. T.,1 f ' Aprtl Kto, IMO. I NOTIOS IS RUIY anrm THAT WI (oilowtof —mod ootllor to >M mUn of Ml tolaattaa to Mko «M) proof to aaftMrt at *la •Mm, Md aoevo lost wiry thereof, and that ■OM proof will ka utodo MM tW JaUgo.AR to klo akooaoa too Oork of too DJatriet Court at Maokoaitok Otty.W. T„ oa Ho avioy. tko lttk day of JaafcA.ft.MM. . 0«H M. onif iw. Iliamm Ho. B», lor MM. Jl al nr. n of Mottaa at. TotuMp M Mortk of laaaa 4 loot, aa aMtttoaal IOIMO ■Mat Mo. MM. iwtko a »of iw. ki afiMn M, Ttnakli M totk. tofilM, wdiama tto hHof)fi» Mo wlf naiio tK|iwMi oiotto ▼Sl" JohaTSohrE? Fork Haaa. ■ I ml I aaaMr, W. L. Haaaoa aa* OM kootaaf, of Mnk—ilik aty. SaSaetok aaeMr, W.». _, t.r.wrnm. . FASIOIHUBU «r NO. 1.