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VIM* IX. i'UK I.WmiUEM ML ■ f.Tt j J los "flsat IttOt, Foot «f Ohwry. atiue' q ■ <a* «aw< <«o* mst» M IM UuMtiv*. It #S *o u«ltag ao»U3<» w*r Uuc a* By t be year or <|*arr«r »t 1*4«.-«t nt«, " ■ - : ...... ttSH XoKsAe. Tin af. Mc**e««r. | .UcNAliUliT BROS. Af Hums AT WW, OIIm I* B«julr**« <>p«r» IRVING BALLARD, ssr. Dr. O. <5. «M>-% # T MS- ' S 4 OFFICE - • flfitl Stite!, Footoof1 f Front Street, I* rKHtI oecUfl%l I Sglejr. urrmi Hoi-iie rao* s. A. x, TO 4 P. M. j jair t. Me». tr*m ' 3 ." 3k W IMR A, T - r *l 0. Jiooa*. «J. K Juiu. JACOM * MKNIUr* i Attorneys and CouittrtWtT Uk 1 Will prartlva lu «l>nbajv>amicf Waaklßgt* 4 - ys.aiXiife. SMOTE A SEABY, ATTORNEYS - AT-t*W •( Übnd7fjr <Je«gou eail California. SfcwU. DR. J. HI6HWARDEN, • POftTUCUCBE PAACriCLW liMWli - ► i OrrDß 4ND OTRK Hard. P*M»«ia * Vaaae't mara. Front | <4trwt, N«attli>. Ornce tloeaa —From 9 a. a. to Sr. a. female 1)1 lease* a Specialty. mmiM orTiTberthier, fpaKMaa phtsioiah and burcibok. or ' Baa aud roeMeace on Front Street, aast 1 Seer aoatb of Pagat Foundry. IMBae tears—From 9 to tl a. a , from 1 to 8 aud Tataa Wm. M. HILTON, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON urncK, opbba Hotiaa ■•era, Ma. atoll a., t lot p.m. and G to T r m, r^rutt Dr. D. W. STARKEY, * *Horas<mathlc' NTiieuv m sytiiox, nwWrr irr*B*t. OfpoatU Balltraa Bton Baatlla. W. T. -a a*-. »a>»g ■ at. i . - . ... OR. E. L. SMITH. OAee hem. I loir. a. ladiiaw aa TkM MM aast bowaa aartb af VMi^eanai OR. Q. A. WEED, SMoa*'* Block, ap Stair*. OMaa iMnT fwa tb a. w. to * r. aad » ko ' V».a. ,e 1 ORS, 1 I M. B. BAGLEY. l.aaj.ylSnSpf 4 SMPd,afeiP»a i «" 11 'J ■ 1* ""» "" * 1 "" *' ,M " " 1 DENTISTRY. aeeeeteftk P awe a iwi eaaei* VqiTTF *y Stan. SeUteee'e meek. SmMl« Ma.ttalfh ®kf**na » •J*" iTw. RE A, MCHITECT AND BUILDER. rsaagsssr n liiiHt T N., Ship Builders ,*9oH<» D hn6 Contractors. j •JTSL. ead ttm kniUing * . 1 ' 1 fIUI ' ■•aire »«■ i •* *>iMhkV,ib 1 MIS.I r.LLANKIM fe. HOi>)%* TO LKT, ojt scrre o* rfctttfasajir am I Tim IM. vtth or wttkoal k*w«. Fie* niaate* vals fr-.n. oooiotrraL raoxT arattT. rr±xtt Mrs. C. Briaeoa. HMMONV LOOK N. 6 K. P. £uiuuk» fitriiti noanii ITUUNI fv a»e. m, s* MAMONIC HALU JT< *"aSSW MAS. L. H. MILLS, aukmt roa BUTTERICX'S PITTERNS. OraaaiiaMitg, Cutting A Fitting. mn imitkott oe>:bwaui tqiur*. a**tt:«. a .T. THt OLYMPtA BROOM FACTORY t< MW PXPABM TO Ft tSI-SH THE TRADK OTtLT WITH Good, Wall-mad*. Durable I) II OOMB ai |<*w R«IM. hlnulw koin* tuiiustry lu4 gtv* u* • fftlr tataU A<MNM *U * I'JIM to wot)URUFr a VAN *ppa. Ulympl*. W. T, HA P»a*Uw torn** Is oar >alh>»ta*rf *a*ot la te aallssfaaS iac*lpt fuc as. h|U , WQOD GAMP. i h Tba aiib ft!fnd hw rcpainvl i eui|i ami iaat 0a for tba mrpiM of 4 urn Uh lug Afat-rlaa« wood M4M mt I*7 lutlb, at tba abortaat aotiea. Mm Ml at tba Chicntro Market VIII ba promptly attaadad la. Wood delivered for M.BO per Cord; Short Wood t« per Oord; Bark 14.00 per Cord< djSltf M. V. STEWART. FARM FOR SALE. THK UKKVKS PAJKU OF 179 ACRES, lt«M it Hm Janctlm of lb<> Snnqatlniia »u 1 ghykomlah rivara, us uillm abora Hnokomiab Oil/, laufforad for (alu la wbnla or la part, at i bargaio. Th« land I, al.lur and mai>la bottom. Peraoaa looking far farina will Jo well to examine tbia property. TUIe |*r(wt. luqnlra of I>. H HMITH, ttaattl*. W. T. Marcb. IHO. in'lMtf j GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS £ SHOES MADB TO ORDER. I JoUn BLcnnoy, On Com luxrclil ttntt. ties! to Opera Io«n, FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS SEATTLE NUT COAL At IS Per Ton, MUTUtB ON BO ABB WITHOUT A MOMBNT* DKLAT FBOM aOBKBBB MKUUT < cuitareoorau toaocohuo DATB aOfJKD tTBAMKBS. Save ||Mea4 «kei *« satßes yvu ♦■*•'»)»• a. OL f toitk. TMK CHAMPION STEAM CllAill AM TAHN SHOP 908 I-.- UUISI AND BIMTUCaBN. rwaaUa. AU Malta Claaaaß and Fmii<....|taO i Oaat a* .... Leo ' Nata da .... IB Vmi .... so fU attar wortr at iba Wwaat rataa. HKIWY HARRIS. Ooetdaatal Bqaara. Great Bargain toUEAD Choice Work Cattle. * T% J 1 !. ii . ALSO 100 Pack Saddles art*. u«*a <»**». Crawford * larrta|tM. ■MM Mettle. W *. F.PET KRSON, Practical Engraver tal IttltMVM W Notary fealf, Door Plates, . Stencil Plates, /Urfettecrtet Silver flat* Werft. All attorn !» mt KM will W pwp'lj a' MMtaHly »w«W. 9. nnuox. MARYLINB HOUSE Us' «&'■• v - ! La Conner* w • T« SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SATURDAY. JULY 10, 1880. ■ AIT LTO.t. The following is tbe MMJ of Miss *Laell* J. Witteoroyer. Mftrtd JOB* 18:h, 1880, »t tb« Territorial University ! ID this city, on the occasion of her graduation in lbe normal nam: Uir? Lyon *u born in Buoklend, ' Pra»klin county. Massachusetts, Fab i ru*ry 1797. Har snaaetors had . liwn aiMß| the Irst Mtlan at A«h --1 fit-14, an adjoining town. They bad oil keen retnarkahl* tor their trdenl piety, and tome of tbem bad a*aisted in or iranititif a Baptist Church al AshAsld. Here Aarua Lyon, Mary'a father, and bit wife, alwajs attended divine ser »ii*. Aaron Lyon was a kind and obliging Ban, greatly belovsd by his f.iead*. while bia tile waaaa excel leal «oma». end. baiag firm ia disctplioa. w*» fjMy cai«M» of trmaiag her na m r-m» fianuly >n Ik* (>a>h of dec*. Mary waa vn« af Mm eblldrea. H-r parents. being far frail wealthy. ' w«ra compelled to labor eoatinnally for | tl-e support ««f their family. They lived ' »n a >m-»ll farm, and after their father di<d. in 184>2. they were all obliged to assist in ebtaining a livelihood. lo h»«r yu«th Mary's opportunities far obui-iug an iducation were few. Un til abe w>< six or seven ye*ra of age *.h»r>- *u< <» district school about a miia IKNII bet IHIIUE, and from the time she | wa< Hr»t able to walk that di«tancs abe attend- .1 regularly; but the »obool w*e thin ieuiore« iwu utile* from (here, and •b« a Ui«l attend only a small part of the *e*Hii She afterwards at leaded s<'h"ol a (.art of the lime at Bock land and a part of the time at Asbfleld, liv ing with some of her relatives, or stay ing at a neighbor's and doing housework in payment f«*r her b>**rd Hat in spile of all her difficulties, Mary ma la great progress ia all her studies; for, when ►he had an opportunity of attending ■chool. »he applied bcr whole mind to her w< rk and spent the greater p«rt of her time in studying In 1819 h«r mother again married, •o*l removed to A«hfleld, taking with her Mary'* younger *i«tars; bet M«ry. being then fifteen yenra old, remained »t tlie f»rm with ber brother, who paid ht-r for her lerncfi while t>b« riniiued with him. Frota tb« tiute of her hroih r'« m uriaite, until IHI7, bat lit tie i - ki »*ii ot Miry. »c pt that she a!« If i ded ►o um>| * ( ttrliou of the time, and cuvasiunnlly 'a'lght thw district tcbot'l lu 1419 alu- entered Sanderson Acad emy. Nt A'hfinld. and during tde abort time olio remained there, aha made great prtfgnai in her atodie». Stie at terward attended aehool ut different pfa<-e», f»r the purpoae of waking her self thorough in particular branchei of ttodv, ia tbe knowledge of whiob ahe considered herself deficient; but in this way the money ahe bed earned by t••aching. spinning, weaving aud work ing for ber brother, wae aoonexbaueted, and abe wae about to retarn to her work when the truateea of the academy ga«« her Iree access to all tint adveut agve it oould afford obe then reaolTed to predate hrault thoroughly tor leuobicg • Bhe went to By field, Maaaacbnaetts. in 1821. to attend Mr Koiora-u'a aehool, where abe remained a year, and while at tbia place abe formed a lastingat tachment for one of tbe teacbere, Miea Z. P. Grant. In tbe spring of IMS abe complied with Miw Grants request to aaaiat ber ia teaching at Loodonderry or at Ipawiob; and ia the winters, at Duo* laud or Aehfield. Her teaching wae generally auooeaaful, though at oat time ahe aaid that the wee almoet to* aolvtd aem again to engage in teach ief oa aeonunt of HI auooeea. The Buek land aehool. which was really the foaa datioo of tbe Moeat Holyoke Seminary, became a eery popular iaatitution, aa waa evidenced by the faot that sltaoagh theMrst year Miw Lyon taught there abe had bat tweaty«£ee pe pits, tbe ha year abe had one ha u*e* pnpiH. Tab tion waa only three dollar* a quarter, and board, with tome of the familiea Maiding near tie aehool, oae dollar aae oae dollar aod twenty-fire oenta a week. Miaa Lyou gave ber attaetiea wholly to thoae who wiebed he prepare them* salves for teaching; aod anch waa her eucoeea that, henag atlaadad Miss Lyon's acbael one cr two winteie waa taflleiant reeommendatioa tor aayooe desiring to* obtain tba poßilioa ei teacher Tba Immlm of stady «Uck Mlm Lyoe owdt awt important vara read ing, writiag, —»>al and writtaa aittk* taetic, geography, graaaaaar, spelling and tba Bcriptoree. Aad iku last mm aua reaeoa tor the g enl popularity ot Km achoal, far ahoant o«»y repaired her pupil* la leara aad raatla their lae •ou with aoeuraay. hat, beiag becedi aa ear oeet Christian, aha »a« 4*ply ia ter*«4rd ia thair apiritaal willara, and rrqaind theaa to aaapiog a Urge portioa of thair tima ia tba study of tha Biala. la 18fe Mi*a Lyaa earefelly eonsil **mA ik« nnMtira mt nautiac ta I se er ioU. and rtai*iaiag therefor tba par poee of assisting Mm Oraat. She wa» reluctant ta laave Booh lend. lor aha •ai ascertain ia whioh plaea aha eoatd do tba moat good, aad bar friends ia and near Buck land nailed ia argiag bit to remain in that place; bat after a year's cueuderatioe, it* deckled to go to Ipewfch. Aw was adtiad by abas of her frieade to aaeee her eoeaectiee with Miaa Oraat, bat abe replied that •be «*aa (Hedged to assist Miaa Oraat ia the aaaiaier. Wban it was teamed that Hta Lyon bad tally deteraained to go to Inavtab, efcm were made My Miaa Lyoe'e friend* to iudaee Miaa Oraat to waw bar cuty of Beaktand; bat Ibis Mlae Oraat. ft«r varioaa rea*ona. declined la do. It »sa»d thai while aha was I i»hfr| at Book lead. Miaa Lj—dwi .ea*we* the flea of a penaeaaat aaaiaary for ytmag ladina arbiah sbaold beeosaod* erate in itaehergas that it aadd elk* the daagbtera of tba labeateg. aa well JhnASLSrt&n Heath Badhsi aed' ik hadHna" as papan JTSiTiSSJi «be fmffZ the eaaaa of foanding a parmaoeat sem iaary. Miss Lyeu gar* ber whole mind to her work of teaching, and tbe success of Miaa Great's school waa gre«tly due to the efficient aid of Mis* L> on. It was Miss Lyon'a purpose to give her papils a tboroagh English education, and although the ateadaid of recitation was aafaiUag aecaracy most of tbe pu» piU attained it. Aa hoar wee given to each recitation and it waa so oecapied iaaaking and anawaring qoaattoaa. and ia argamenta apoa tbe sabjects of UM leseoaa. that the tiasa paaead quickly and pleasantly. Al the and of tbe three years' coarse praaeribed, aertificatee were given to thnae only who mantfaeted a tboroagh k aow ledge of the reqaired braaches of lea ruing- The goeernmeut of tb« school was b*ead npnn a as "mi fonadat ion, and tbe pap>la aarafally Uught to diacum inata between right aad wrong A rule and it* reasen were always given at tbe same time, aad tbe papils shown bow aad why it weald conduce to the highest goad; but this being done, tha wore axpaoted to obeeree the rule. During tbe time bet wee a tbe y« ars 1824 and 1829, Miae Lyon gave her whole atteution to tbaaehool; but about 1830 she became oobtinoed of tbe oe« cestity of a permaueut seminary for young ladies, and afterwarda gave much thought to tbat aubject. By her inter est in the scheme, abe aoon led sosue of her moat influential friends to adopt ber owa views; accordingly, a board ot traatees wae appointed, end a circular iaaued, talliug the object and the uUu of tbe proposed institution. Mua Lyoa spent much time in writ ing to pereuna whom she thought might be intere«ied ia female education, and while many were pleeaed with ber Ideas, ethers, when they learned tb»t tha institution waa to be founded upon a basis thai would not afford them auy pecuniary gain, aeon lost all intere.*t in it. But Miss Lyon, not to be discour aged. still conti <i <4 i.er •BJ*»vor» to establish e srttiiu«i >. !■ 1832 her auction was directed toward Atahrrst as a favorable location for the proposed seminary, aui about this time she received a letter from tb« President of Amherst College inform ing her that Mount Pleasant »ch<x.|, at Amherst, had ended, and t bat ohe could obtain tbe building* lor h.'r school She knew that she not*'obtain funds to buy the buildings Her only alternative was to endeavor to obtain money enough from tbe people residing near Amherst to rent the buildings, and have a school loar or live years. But she soon became oonrinced that this oould not be doue. At tbe beginning of tha year 1833 tbe Board of Trustees adjourned, seem* ing to thiak the plan impracticable, while Mite Lyou became discouraged, and was almost determined to cease her labors for this object. Bat she did uot lose bar interest in tbe scheme, and spent tbe greater pert ol her time in thinking. And modifying her plane, and endeavoring to gam the attention of the public. She now introduced a new feature iuto her plan for tba school, whioh was,- that the work was all to be done by the students. When tbia bo came kuown, although many were pleaeed with tbe idea, others disliked it, end the seminary under considera tion was spoken of ae a "Manual Labor School." The »«bj act of foanding a puuont female MaiiMjr *M ravivid in Sep tember, 1834, by Kuril geatleiaeo, who mat in Mto Lyon's private parlor, •ad a oaanmitteo was appointed, the mambere of wbicb wara toaot asageats for tba iastitatiaa. Mies Lyon wrota letter* to iadtvidofcU whom aba be lieved erooldjasaisl la tba work, and ssat etioalafa to tba different cities aud town* of New Eaglaad, aod wtwiMinr aba tbongbt abeoonld accomplish any good by ea doing, aba woald go in per eon to ooliet tbe sympathise of tbayol* fe in behalf of feeMivotw scheme. Tbat earns winter it wae decided that tba fundi mu» be obtained by sub scriptions Imm » »»« people of tbe Mew Eoglaad Stale; »vd now Miss Lyou and bar agents traveled about solicit lag Bonay from tbe friends of the au terprisa, aod ware generally very auc oossful in tbair endeavor*. At a mooting bald January Bth. 1835, it was dMtdad that tfaath. Hartley should be tbe loeatWo 0T tbe~prop<»ed iastitatioo, and saembars of tba oum mittee wan sant to aalect a »iia for tba hnlliiagp *■* ' 8 «4iV£li *i i' It was new aeoaeeary tbat tba aemio ary sboald reoaiva a aam, and SWUM tee eoggaated tba MOO "Paagyuaa keaa ttoeaioary." Thie, sUboagb batng a Qftak tarea, meaoiag a plaoa wboro tba powors—pbystoaUinlalleotual and moral—should be aduastad. wmm made tba subject of sarcastic remark. Tba saniisa af tba plan took it ap. aad great eaeiteasent was tbe reeatt: But Ttoactaf incorporation bulk Boom of Itw SU>« F»b nurj lOUk, Ml, and at • awtiai in April tbo institution Mdnd tbe imi of 'Mmm Holyoke FMnlribßiatrj," Ud a ooM«HtM «M appointed to over* M tba erection of tbe building After •mob preliminary talk and preparation. Ut waa laid. Ootobar 34, 1896. Tbo work progressed rapidly. Mim Lyon making h«r rawdonoo at 8oa(k Hadloy. and spending Mr Um ia Ik* aoUilMd odiflaa. directing aad a«noeia<ll>« wofksMn. Tka build j|i warn oaapUlod i» th» autuata of 1837. aad tka school, which kaa star aiaoo basa ia a am* prosperous con ditio*. mi |af» Jiot Mbnrllh, 18S7. witk Miaa Lyoo for prinmpaL - fb. Mbw> «M wl«rt«il oo th Most economical p*" I*. 1 *. aad waa pscnliar la m dmtorta ania»iaim, fcr two in tka building. Vat even fee aaaraat nijiiiat of wa*tfcot all tka work of tba loiiaary wosdonabp ika H«»tv Tkm pha waa axaaUoat bv tkoat who wished their d.agttare tohssfcilied ia all the branches of housewifery. At the seiuiosry, school was held during forty weeks in tbe year, and board and tuitiou tor tbat time waa fixed at sixty dollars, nod tor many years ree*aiue<l the s«me. There have oeen, every year, in»ny more appli cants for aautisaiou to the school than could l>e tooornaioud*ted. A prominent feat are of the Moant Holyoke Seminary was its exceedingly religious character. Everything was made sutxirdinate to tbe religious prin ciple. Sufficient time was always given to the literary part of tbe Instruc tion. but tha religions was so regarded by the teacher*, and so constantly im parted to tbe minds of tbe pnpits, that all felt tbat the one moat important tbiug to be lt-arued was ih* way in which they could liv* n blameless life, doing th* moat go id te othe<s. And such hes l>eeu the opiiit ol »elt il**i>tiou imul c»ted tb<-re. tbat many who have been uuder Mi«s Lyon'a instruction, and many who have attended Mount Hol yoke Seminary sines Miss Lyon's dtath have left home, friends and country to carry on their Nbor of love in distant Unds The prosperity of the sthtvl has al ways been very great. During tbe fourteen >ears following the found* ti »ii of tbe culinary, tbe whole num- I XT of lenclier* employed w«a fifty' tiv., uud the number of ynung ladies who received iustiuution there «»• be tween scvcuteen end eighteen hundred. Sine** 1851 th" building* connected wit it the institution have boanenlargad, no that several hundred pupils cnu be received Pupil* go front alt «f the State* iu tbe Union end from Canada, and eveu from tuch distant oountriee as Turkey and tbe Sandwich Islands. There are now in the United States many school* founded upon the mat plan as that of Mount Holyoke Semin ary. and taught by graduates of that institution. These, too, are among the most popular places of learning in tbe world. Miss Lynn was one of the no blest women tbe world has ever pro* duced. Her only desire was to da that whnh would be of the greatest good to her fellow l«ingi. Not only the uwral. bnt all tile powers of Iter mind were developed to an nnusnel degree. She had grout powers of perseverance, and of concentrating her thought* upon the thugs to be accomplished. She taught a* principal of Mount Hotyokf until herde»th, March fith, 1851). Her successors have been equally interested in the well being of the school, mid it has lost n<>ue of its prosperity " Shall I help you to alight ? ' said a young gentleman,addrcssiug a bouncing country girl who was preparing to jump from a carriage "Thank y< u. sir," sweetly replied the girl, •• but I don't smoke." MIM'VS.i.ANEOOb. L. S. McLURE aUOCINOk TO ! 11. W. ROWLAND, GENERAL Insurance Agent Fin, Marine, lib aari Accident. MALES a COUMTY, CITY ANO TERRITORIAL SCRIP. 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