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M Yuma-mu. “hum-glo- Territory,
ALL E N WEI R.
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11qu m n‘lu..‘\l . ... him-[uhs 11. m,
KU’rH OF .\..Vifll‘lflSG:
03. “Kb. 1: fl In“! mu, . .‘...............150‘
my lumqvn-n: [Ln-rum: ... . .30 ‘
Tun-12m mlvrrummenu l.) insure Insertion ‘
.unbe Ice-.numumd by Caah.
gr All account- u-lued Maulhly. '5.
( F «HIVACU! TRIBE,
I. 00 l‘. ”i o .\‘n l,h-’ld Weekly meet—
". u Hunt hall every Wednesday evening a
730110“. 46y
PROFESSIONAL FAROg.
c. MORRIS HALLER.
Anal-nu 3nd Counsellor-at-hw.
Proctor lu Admxnllv. Money mned. Red Es
we bought and sold. Fuvnslo lease. Gullccuons
nude. CouVL-yunclug. cw.
Pot: Town-end, w. ‘l‘.
J. A. KUHN.
Atlotney-nI-hi.
wm pxompuy mud to A“ bull. attuned to
[on Tow-loud. Washingto- Territory.
.FIRRY a. PORTER,
“tonic; hat-M'-
(Nymph. “mun-glen Territory.
.1 . r. . I. Ewl s ,
Attornoydl- Luv.
umce: Buunr‘l bundluz. roomui and 6. Junta
meet. ODDCMIC Occidenm Howl.
Dogma, “maul-[lon Territory.
“was n'muum. J :lan x'xuur-m'
MCNAUCHT BROTHEIIs.
Attorneys-ut-Luv,
leaulo, Wand-[lon Totnury
P. P- CARROLL,
(we of New Orleun Bu)
Anon” and Connollor-u-hw.
Envlnxlud nan I! experience and pncuco In
the United Bu!" Pound. I an mun-bl And
.lely my. um ll] mucus or nupuon mourn en
mud to no will meet with prompt And reunble
action. Andrea.
Olympia. w. 'l‘.
‘—
DR. THOS. T. MINOR,
lunch; Surgeon
Port Townsend Hospital,
Port Townsend. W. “l'..
on In consulted. night or my. I: the Hospital.
“——
N. D. TOBEY,
Shlp Wight and Caulker,
WATER I‘l‘lll'l‘.
Portion-soul. Valli-[to- fen-“0r,
J M. HERNANDES,
Boot and Shoemaker.
MADE AND REPAIRED.
Portionnnond. Wall-[lon Ternary.
J. F. SH EEHAN.
Importer ud dale: In
Stoves. Tin Plate, Sheetolron.
“AD Plfl. 111-PD, lllc. '1“
All Inn hold [urn-III: llardnro.
3.: Hour l‘.. Port Townsend.
.___—.___—
v. I. Donn ' J. I won.
CENTRAL HOTEL,
Port'ro-nu-d. W. 'l'.
in: home 1. new And newly mun-had. 3nd POl
uneu .n the Ippomunouu o! a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.
lyhu In rupphed with m but of Wine. L! non
‘nnd manly. Thole ~11 . Ont-ell- mum gum
um Ending Room In the Rom. Nothing will be
let! undone Io mt. um hotel lacuna to now In
the Territory. DOD!) & PUGB. }
FARMERS, “1‘85““! !
Saddle & Harness Shop.
Guam: Inc the Boss Improved Jinn! con.-
man a. m
ma" lan-n; rm man-MW: m:
soul a “In, down“ plies.
Next. door on Home: Mel-y.
010. W. nun............................_...P10nrH0r
Pan Town-and, W. ‘l'.
"Port Townsend
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
lan’s. Boy-2 Lsdiu‘. ill-ct. ma Chuann'g
- Boots and Shoes
01 the my latest annulle- undo: the um
mama.
I H V A ORE T RIVEREN
‘ ‘ uUs‘l‘OMl-tas. CE ’O3 6”“
loll] PITZI‘A‘I'IIIC'K.
MM tor the
“PUGET SOUND ARGUS.”
NOTICE.
To Those Wilkins to Buy.
l ‘mlfyhvod hm mule. lic-rl, :11 good
I A 033. [1.38. CULTIVATIOI.
mum-um. magnesium!!!”
I“. this: Willa-m. to. M h
mun 0 mm 1!... I . s‘o! 11.
Exams. an“. '.x‘oémlau. n
fib .8 Norm.”
immumnummm Gianna
810. V. lull. Don M.
lull-m WMp.bflm W’ m
' Gaul-Elm
9 g G E T“ _ S 0 yr
WEEKLY HGUS.
VOL. XI.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE.
FOR GIRLS,
New Westminster. Briilsh Columbia.
Waller—The It. not. the Buhop of New
Wumlnlur.
Lady Principal - - - HISS KENDALL.
Th: School You will consist of no monthr, or to
ween. divided into three Lem. mmencinx Jnu
any n. 1881. ‘
FEB—(ill ADVANCE).
do | RD!RB( Minding English. French nnd Latin).
8.12 per mum; or 881 per term.
DAY PUPILS (including English French And
LnLn). 85.6 per nnumn. or as per month.
DRAWING. 016 per nnnun. or I? per month.
MU~IP. 042 per nnnnn. or“ per month.
SINGING (by In. 81mm). 815 per term.
GERMAN (by In. aniline). 85 per term. '
The Religious imuetion will be that 0! the
Church of mind. ,
Applicllionl ion- Bouden to be mare-ed to the
Ltd: PlinoipaL
can. I. woo». 11... see.
Dec. 17. 1880 am.
Schwabacher Bros. & Co.,
SEATTLE. w. 'l‘.
_IMM E N S E
SPRING STOCK
FROM THE EAST.
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
CARPETS,
BOOTS, SHOES.
Will nah tllowmoo on All cub sales in
the Above lino of goods.
Come Early and 01513611
A!!!)
SECURE BARGAINS.
O. F. GERRISH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
‘ I
General Merchandise
OF EXTRA QUALITY.
HARDWARE. AGENTS FOR THE
House and ship ourpenters’ tools Buckeye Mower and Reaper,
Ship Chandlery, Mitchell’s Farm Wagon ,
Groceries, Taylor’s Sulky Bake ,
Boots and Shoes, Sweepstako Plows,
Provisions, Haines’ Header,
Wines, Molina Plows,
Liquors, ' Etc. ,
oigars,' Eto- ,
Etc- Etc.
Agricultural Implements of all kinds at Lowest Price.
' PORT TOWNSEND, W. T.
7—;mflflflfls.fififif7
Paints, Olls, Stationery, Etc.,
N. I). I—IILL 827 SON,
POBT TOWNSEND, - - _- w. T.
Drugs. Soaps, __
Medicines, Perfumery,
Chemicals, Pomades,
Trusses. Hair Oils,
Patent ledioinel of .1.:33.. And all articles for the toilet.
Glass, - Eta,
Paints, ' . Etc,
Oils, Eta,
Brushes, Etc.
A large Assortment. | Quick Sales and Small Profits.
PRESCRIPTIOIB CAREFULLY tconrounnnn.
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HOSPITAL
I'm-t Townsend. W. '.l'.
The Mn“, [1 snluuun huv‘lhx men putt"! on
A petulant-m 100115“ a». the Unllnl .‘tnlrs Hul
pita! tn r Mamm- Pallems ..n Plum? Snun- . the
pmprirwr taken pleasure m unlmuumuu inn!
nu Pflnlllulr ax prnur. wul be spared In lllllll'
“rim; t the wmfurt and cuuVeuloubo ut‘ pri
vau— palteuls
'nm in thr largest General Hospital north 0!
San t-muotaou, and by far the Hunt cumplu-te
In equipment. It luau been that ugmr ruined
my! remrulubenl. lul :enensl want- mve ao
commutation: '0: about one hundred patient.-
and are pecan-nay adapted lor cam M-qutrllm
the moat cur. ful treatment. Bad com-tum. nu
pcrvmon at n-nhod exp-:ul’. Those numb
ure than wlli he Yunnan-d with private man“.
ouurely nrparnte Ind duuuct, at antght mul
tmnll coat.
u’t‘ho alumina of mu ovum-e. u .1 than
tnmremcd In nmppln g. In called tn the not that
acumen suaennx trom contagion- dheuu will
be [mud uuunde the “capital without 0:-
pen-o to the vessel.
Thomas 'l‘. llmor, l. l’.,
8-“ hanging Hum 00.
rV I x
JEDIIN LMDRIBI‘S,
——l.\!l‘U!‘.TEll 0f—
Stoves, Tinwaro,
. 917 mm,,” umx mm
PUMPS, .... HLUN PIPE
PUMPS, 5 gums mm,
.\\D GENERAL—
Hflusaflmiswg Hardware
, mum; (gliAlJ'l‘Y,
, Aau A taunt "Aunt? rant
' “ .. ,4 av urticll' made or cold
RECEIVED !
-—A LARGE STOCK of—
‘ GROOERIES
—AND—
Provisions,
Which-nanny“. ‘
' The Lowest Rates for Cash.
1
}CHARLES EISENBEIS,
“ Flor-[ml
1 PIONEER BAKERY.
. PORT TOWNSEND. . . .......W 'l‘.
Pull ADD PAIIIY JOB WOII.
Executed u the Answer-'10:.
.___—.___.“
omm gem tree to those who wLxh lu engage
In the mom pin-mum and profitable bu-iunmn .
known. liwrylhlmc new. Capital not re- \
quind. W.- “IX: turnip!) you ever) thing, ‘
.luadny and upwarun In easily We will--
out. staying owny {mm honn- over mum. No risk
wlquer. Many new workers wanwd In qncr. Muny
Are making Innulws M”w alum-m 4. Lumen make In
much amen. um! I\“qoun.:_huys and film; make gnu“, ‘
pay. No our who wnlmg m wor mm to make
more money awry duy than can he mde in a week
It any ordinary emnl inn-m. Thane who engage ll
once will mm. a slum. rum! to fortune. Addmm u.
HALLE’I'I‘ .9. CO.. Portland. Maine.
TERRITORIAL UN IVERSITY,
lleslue. “2 ‘l'.
roll. COURSES 0I" SIUDY:
ELEVEN PROFE‘XSORS AND SPECIAL
Tanners. Ban-ding Home in chum o: D. B
Wad. Tonnl newton me am wan-«y o!
nepwmbex.Decem And Much. for onulogno
or {artist punculnn. mam
A. J. AIDEMOI. A. 11...............Pre11de1n
Scuttle. W. 'l‘.
The F Irst-class Steamship
CALIFO R N I A.
CAPT. CAnllolJu
Will leave
Port Townsend for Sltka.
(Links Territory ). Ind Way Ports. on or About tho
la! 01 each month.
Will leave POll Town-end for Portland. Oregon
on about the lat!- of null loath.
For height Ind Plane. apply on Bond. or to
D. (7. u. nornwnlho. Ate-I.
People’s Market,
(oppouu Wail-mun noun.)
.(‘onnunnly on Ila-d tho
CHOICEST 0F MEATS
'V' E G- E 'I'.A. B L E S ,
All). Germ-d Boo! md Potr. Smoked Hum. Pork
:‘ncd eßofogu Burma. Benn Chet-o. Trips.
. w L lll’l‘. t l'. 'I'IRIY.
A. R. JflflNSTON & 00..
Commission Agent
—AND [>an m
FABM PRODUCE.
WHEAT. BAY.
OATS, HAM.
BACON; BUTTER.
to” kc
Gordon’s Wharf, Nanaimo, British
Columbia.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
Alden Academy,
A-mrm. w I'.
nor. A. “l‘. nun-‘u.. A. I. - Ptlncp'l.
Il‘.‘ O.I‘AIDI'J. A. I. . - . Supt
fl.» institute. on “an” l-I-ndJuuopued to
mum. Lhomugh Ind economics! nation to
undanu 0! both Duet. Tue bcnuon In avonble
town: Ind lithium, ma tho been“ of
the gum And menu from city ulnnnnenu. Ad
"nee-um up”, by Indhldnnl Attention by com
mm mobst- conndomlon odd to manner-
Ind monk. Pnrenu nounod (I work done. And
mwndence Invited. '
1b the 00th or macho:- ha been added In ex
rationed phonognnher And Inmucmr in modem
Align-gel and an. Speck! “tendon to mullo.
there nun? men pupil! upon the organ Ill! SW-
Book-kup a... mrveyinf. em. etc.
Terms—B‘! And 19 Tu! on :1- Qutrler.
Opens Bomelnbet 1880‘ find '2 50 per week.
Yuumlve- by main; mono,
whsn :- (olden chum-e I- o -
{erethnnbv uwnyn kwflus
Poverty from you: don.
whouwoy- the lunatic! 0'
the good chnncel lor making money an: In "lend.
generous! become wealthy. while those who do no: Im
ptove such chance: mnuln In warty. We want
111-fly men women. ho 3 And 1&1. to work for u
nzhun that: own nun!“ a undue. will my
more than ten umen onllm'y was“. We furnish u:
”Dem-Ive omm and All tho: you need. (me. No mu
wbo me- (All: to mum money very npldly. You
run devote your whole unn- to l. e work. or only your
Upon: noun-nu. IN!" tulorm-t‘on and all than I:
{rang Tent nee. Andre-s u'x‘msox a 00.. Port-
A , I ne.
‘35 B‘o
g ,fCil-E"LT' g
6, .. - -\
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE
REIEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
‘THE CURE OF -
Coughs, Colds, Hearseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Influenza, Asthma,
Whooping Cough,
Group, and
Every “faction of the
THROAT. lIINGS AND CHEST .
Including
0 o N 8 ya 31' I o N.
A WELL-KNOW! PHYSICIAN WRITESI
“ I! do“ notdry up a cough, and have the cause
behind. a is the case with no“ preparations, but
Luau il. dam“ :he lung and allay! inflation.
thus removing the cause of complaint."
D 0 80'. BE “CHIVED by ankle”-
in; similar names. Be sun you get
DR. 'ISTAI'S I‘m- 0? “ID “NY.
with magician": of" I. BUTTS” oath-upper. ‘
50 Cent- lnd .1.“ . Bottle.
Ptcpued by SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Bou-
DnJhns. Sold by Annuit- and alien finally.
Bunting Osirlclles.
‘Lady Florence Dixy thus describes an
ostrich hunt in Patagonia:
“Choo ! choo! Plato!" I cry tothe dog
who followed at my horse’s heels, as a
fine male ostrich scudded away toward
the hills we had just left with the speed
of lightning. But the ostrich suddenly
doubles to the left, and commences a
hurried decent. The cause is soon ex
plained, for in thedirection toward which
'he has been making a great cloud of
smoke rises menacingly in his path. and
balked at the refuge he had hoped to
find amid the hills, the great bird is
forced to alter his course, and make
swiftly for the plains below. But s'wiftlv
as he flies along, so does Plats. who
finds a down-hill race much more suited
to his splendid shoulders and rare stride.
Foot by foot he lessens the distance
that separates him from his prey, and
gets nearer and nearer to the fast-sinking,
fast-striding bird. Away we go, hclurr
skelter pown the hill. Plats is alongside
the .ostrich, and gathers himself fora
spring at the bird‘s throat.
“He has him, he has him !" I shout to
to Gregorio, who does not reply, but
urged his horse on with whip and spur.
”Has he got him. though ‘3"
Yes—no —the Ostrich with a rapid
twist hasshot some thirty yards ahead of
his enemy, and, whirling round, makes
for the hills once more. And now be
gins the struggle for victory. The
ostrich hss decidedly the best of it, for
Flute. though he struggles gamely, does
not like the uphill work and at every
stride loses ground.
“Can he stay?” I cry to Gregoris, who
smiles and nods his head. He is right,
the dog can stay; for hardly have the
words left my lips when, with a tremen
dous spurt, he mes up alongside the
ostrich. Once more the bird points
for the plain; he is beginning to falter,
but he is great and strong, and is not
betrayed yet. . . .. . Unconscious
of anything but the exciting chase before
me, I am suddenly disagreeably reminded
that there is such a thing as caution, and
the necessity to look where you are
going to, for, putting his foot in an un
usually deep tucs-tuca hole, my little
horse comes with a crush upon his head,
and turns completely over on his back,
hurrying me beneath him in a hopeless
muddle.
Fortunately, beyond a shaking. I am
nnhurt, and iemonnting, endeavor to re
join the now somewhat distant chase.
The ostrich, Gregorio, and the dog have
reached the plain, and as 1 gallop
quickly down the hill I can see that the
bird has begun doubling. This is a. sure
sign of fatigue, and shows that the
ostrich's strength is beginning to fail
him. Away across the plain the two sni
msls fly, while Gregorio and I press
eagerly in their wake. Suddenly the
stride of the bird growa slower, his
doubles become more frequent, showers
of leathers fly in every direction as Plate
seizes him by the tail, which comes sway
in his month. In another moment the
dog has him by the throat, and for a few
minutes nothing can be distinguished
but gray struggling heap.
A French military student. home {0
his Christmas holidays, wished to do a.
little shooting. Accordingly he possess
ed himself of his father's gun, dog and
permission de cheese. He was accosted
by a local Dogberr , who demanded to
see his license. Hie at once produced
that of his father. “But,“ read the ofli
eisl. “72 years old! You are wonderfully
well preserved." “Oh! that‘s common in
our family." “Then I see certain pecu
liarities indicated—wears a wooden le'g."
The student burst into a laugh. “You
don't suppose," he cried, “I should put
on my wooden leg whenl went shoot
ing?" “Oh! to be sure not," returned the
other, “it would doubtless impede ydur
movements. Good day, air, and good
sport.
Budaens, one of the most learned men
of the sixteenth century, and the libra
rinn of Francis I. of France, was engaged
in a deep study in his library, when his
servnnt came running to him in great
fright to tell him that the house was on
fire. “Go," said Budnens, with perfect
calmness and hardly raising his eyes
from his book, “and inform your mis
tress 'tis her concern; you know I never
nterfere in domestic matters."
Out!!! [unlinked fret-” Rub full lustrur-
Una: for conducting the moon pmfluhls
bunlnm In” Inyone can engage Ln. The
bumm- In 50 clay to le-nl. bud our In
nu'ucllona new sample And plain. that.
nny one an nuke [rent Pumas from the may start.
No one ant-ll who ll 1' Illnx (0 work. Women an-
Iqul no men. Boyl sud um van tun [urge
puma. Mnny have mun- II the hwdnnaovor one hun
dred doll-rs :nodngl» week. Nothing like I: ever
known brtore. All who encum- u-e surgflsed It the
one sud nplduy with which "my are a 19 w make
money. You can engage In lhbl businm during your
man- Ilme n «was? I. You do not. ban- to Imam
clplul In H. 'e I 1- ull the rink. Thou- who rived
handy money. should wrlu- to u:. it uucr. All tur
nhhed (we. Addie” TRUE a CO., Augusta, Malur.
wann- wd Enrich" the Blood, Tone.
up the System. Mnkes the “‘83):
Strong. Build: up the Broken.
down, Invigoralel tho
Bruin. and
Dyepepsia. Nervous Affeetions. Gen-'
eral nobility. Hem-alga. Fever
mdAgue, Paralysis, Chrome
Dun-hem Bods. Dropsy,
Rumors. Female Com
phipts, Liver Com
plamt, Remittent
Fever. and
ALL DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STATE
OF THE BLOOD, 0R ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
~ OF THE SYSTEM
Supplies the blood with its Vim Principle, or
We filament, IRON. infusing Strength.
Vlfo'r Ind New Life into :11 81115 of the systegl't.
_BE ME FREE FROM ALC HOL, us coup:-
mg cfiecu u: not followed by cormponding reac
- non. but u: permanent.
SET}! wV rowfa & SONS. mama. so
Hand-cm Avmu. Bum. sou by all Dim.
LATEST NEWS SUMMARY.
In" 'rrzlJztalAl-u 10 DATE.
General Grant will not visit Mexico
before the middle of March.
The Indians in Dakota any (hot the
Weather isthe coldestever known. The
uVerugu temperature has been 14 below
zero.
A further reduction has been nude in
immigrant rates of fare. The total reduc
tion st nee January 13! to competing points.
in 52 per cent.
The civil apprOpriatlon bill willbe re
ported to the house early next week.
The committed is at work alflo on the
general deficiency bill. ;
During the week ending February sth,i
104.499 standard silver dollars were die-l
Iributed {rum the mints. For the corms-1
poudittg week 1880, the amount was 3117*
195.
John_Brown’a Sons, Philadelphia, have 9
failed; liabilities “flee—quarters of: mil
lion. assets about 25 cents on the dollar“
Seven hundred Workman are out of ern-u
ploymeut.
()llc Chit-ago .firrn shipped 453255000
bushels of corn during the year 1880. he
same tirm shipped about 27,600,000 bush
t-ls of wheat and smaller amount. or other
cereals.
It is reported from Fort Craig that 300
Navajoeu are on the war path, but. only a
few bands of renegades have painted. A
srout trom Black Range says that the
mountains are full of Indiana.
The report of Prof. Rodgers of the coast
survey in favor ot Trinidadas the best
site forthe proposed Pacific coast harbor
of refuge, was received by the senate to
day and relerred to the committee on
conimeice.
Three children ofßev. Manning Hun
ler, colored, in Sumter county, were
burned to death recently in a fire caused
by a kerosene lamp exploding. The
father was away preaching and the
mother was also absent.
William H. Vanderbilt has purchased
the Manhattan market. Property bounded
by Eleventh and Twe fth avenues and
Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth streets, for
railroad purposea, pay ng $375.0“). He
also purchased land in front extending to
North river.
The order retiring Gen. Ord was issued
on the sth inst Schofieid, commander of
the military division of the gulf, announ
ces the following stat! oflicern: Major
Thomas M. Vincent, adjutant when“;
aides~de-cump. Capt. Wm. H. harry,
61h infantry; Lieut. Edvard ['l- “7006.881!
cavalry; Lieut. Charles B. Schofield,2d
avalry.
Only one of the persons engnged in the
.\‘orthalnption bank robbery in nt lsrge.
and he goes free in consequence of giving
inlornnltion which led to the arrest of the
others. The amount of plunder obtained
by the robbers was $40,000 in government
bonds which could not be covered. end
bunds ot'the city of Northamption, ace
value SI £50,000.
An attempt to blew up the Long Island
Sound steamer Bridgeport was mule
recently. Two barrels of nitro glycerine
cartridges were shipped. The carrier:
had no bill of lading and as they acted
suspiciously the clerk knocked out the
head of one of the barrels. He was eur
prised to find it filled with mrtrldgee and
more surprised that there was not an ex
plosion. The cartridges were sent down
the buv.
Sl-arcitv of water is felt in New York
city and manv ad‘joluing localitles. There
are some actual y sufl'ering, end my
experiments are resorted to. Sicknu
increases. The depth of water in retel
vuiis has been lessened in a short time
from 28 to 23 feet. Croton river is only
running about forty-five million. “I",
making it necessary to draw fiftyv-one Int .
lions from storage reservoirs. star la
spet‘lors are preventing waste, and everz;
thing is being done to avert what any
a great public calamity.
The front of E. C. Palmer & Cole peper
and printers' warehouse New Orleans In
destroyed bv an explosion on the night of
February sth. \Vindows were blown en-A
tirely across the street and the building
tired; cause of the explosion and extent
of damage unknown. Theexplosion was
apparently the work of inexPorienmd
burglars. The safe and vault doors were
blown open. The concussion was so great
that it completely wrecked three front
windows of the second floor, and opened
all doors of the building, scattering glen
and eplintering wood work.
At a meeting of the cabinet on the let
inst. Goff, secretary of the navy. read the
statement prepared by Commodore Jel
fen-I, in regerd to the importance of send
ing a vessel ofthe nsvy to the Arctic in
search of the exploring steamer Jeanette.
ltls understood that the secretary will at
once. in accordance with the .preeident’i
requeflt communicate to congress views in
nun-rd with the statement of Commodore
Jetl'crs, and accompanying it will be a
copy ofthe letter ofJnstice Duly to the
president urging prompt action by com
gress in making the necessary appropria
tion.
Suits of the Georgia Importing and Ex
purungCu, known as the cotton suite.
involving $548,000 and interest, since 1866,
against ear-secretary of the treasury Mc
(‘ullccln so long on the calendar 0! the
United States conrt. and which unrest
empmrily set. down for trial Mon y,
were withdrawn to-day, pluiatifl paying
costs.
George Preiatt, n bachelor, aged 90, and
his sister Mrs. Elizabe'h oodputer,
some years older, have lived together five
miles from Owingsville several veers.
Mrs. Goodpsster has been panlyzed' end
bedridden for months. On the evening
ofthe 3d inst. I’reiutt had got in his wood
for the night and before retiring started
to throw on a log and build n fire. He
lifted a log and in throwing it on the fire
full with it and being unable to rile I“
burned to denth. His sister was lying in
bed but was unable to render him my
nosistauce. At lust she got out of bed and
dragged her brother’s body out of the fins.
managed to get back into bed Ind there
was compelled to lie. being completely
exhausted and unable to turn, with her
brother's dead body lying In fall flat.
Nothing was known of the our lot t'o
dnys when Mrs. Goodposter’s lon who
lives about a mile ofl‘wont to his mother's
to help his uncle feed the stock. Ho
stepped to the door slid n blood “Idling
scene was opened to View. Therein bod
lay his mother with eyes widely mad
while on the hearth luv the bad of hit
uncle etifl'lnndh stark Oklmdutg. , “heal:
burned, nut wit 0 es. I
portion of the net; at!!! ”a h
whole presenlingl ghutly Icht.‘ .m-
Goodpaster had never dosed IV
ALL” m.
M'd . '..
count-nus luau-run
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PORT TOWNOEND.
“mm?“ “TN-mm
NO. 1
’ mum“. no 0011130111..
Formula, February IS, "81.
Luge! tender: in Mend, buying, per, end
selling a yer.
Silver coin in Peru-ed henu quote at I per
cent. discount. to per.
' Coin exeheuge on New York, I per cut. pro
mlum.
1 Coin arch-age on Ben Fmeieeo, per lo I per
‘ cent. premium.
‘ Telegraphic inn-fin on New York, I per out.
premium. -
“one Prod-e. Inlet.
The fouowing notation: the whole—
ale rated from godueen ”Wu-nan:
FLOUR—Sunferd brands $4 50; be: eoen
£325“. 54 00(9)“ 50, NM”: 33 753
WOOL—V-lley [email protected]'lc. Enter-n Oregon ”C“
WHEAT—Good behoiee, 31 25.
HAY—Timothy um. buying“ $16081! per
ton.
PMfiOgß—Quohble a Ie per I W“
MIDDLINGS— W}: about: 31.; (input
81363”; 5116 W} 3 ‘o'-
BRAN—Jobbing it per ton, $146815.
3A3)???” 4c &@““sc me
A -‘a. l ; 0T
14c; Mm, “@115” then “10011:.
LARD—In kegs, 12; in tine, 13c
BU'I'I'EE—We quote choice dairy et ”-8.“
god Iruh mil, ”@32: onhnery. 273
be, whether brine or roll.
DRIED FRUITS—Applet, sun dried, 819 a;
machinedried, lzgc Peer-I, machine dried,
Maize. Plume, machine dried, wane.
topples, merkel. overstocked, u 406159 per
x.
mes—-21» per do:
POUKLTRY—Heu gun can,’ 88.9 ' doe.
eye Home per .
CHEESE—Own, “mac; “Mamie. {6-62.
nocs-- ,[email protected]§e; on feet, mace. ‘
BEEF—Live weight. 2; w a. for good to ehoim.
SHEEP—Live weight, fie pm
TA LLOW—Quoubie “55¢. . -
HIDE—The mrket in firm “16° [or am
dry; H©B§c [or green; culls, one-third of.
Genet“ loam
RlCE—Market quoted at Chile, sk“ 3 Send
wich mend, Han.
COFFEE—Code Rim, 17118:; Jen, m 3
Rio, lOlee.
TEAS—We quote Jepen in lequered bone no:
75c; paper, 319047;.
SUGARB—Sendwieh Identified“; Golden c.
in boh,loc;hfbbh,9§¢; LTuebe-ihbh. 115:.
h! bblr, 12c; Pnlverieed bble, lie, I! Nab, .
me; Gnnuleted bbll, 119 e, hf bhle Hie.
SARDINES—Qrboxegfl 75; h! how. u 75.
YEAST POWDER—Donnell , “8 fl ‘u.;
afghmv‘m; fluent Harm,
warm—“slm,” do: in use, 33 60-4; per
glflOchoSl 50; 80mm, perdour in creel,
- somss; wakmmn so
CW—Celifomie per #9, .1 lo 81 261 ill!-
ported my], 81 59 to fl. .
Sherry— panhflaobflsoslhea
ieh,s3 to“; WM 812 b ‘18;
imported per 91, 8 50 lo 87.
Port—Verioue bundlinqruhn'“ to 86;
$1 501082; imgu‘ud,” to". '
SPIRITS—Fine old eon Brand: in m
and comes,“ 50:01.50 per pl;
vine‘l Irish Wh'uky in mee- per due, 'l2:
June. sum & Co.’l Bunch Whilky in qr
ckeend octevee, $4; Henna, Bandy ill
cue, pardon, very fine—l in: 818, 2 tier,
811 50, 3 Iter t"; Holland Gm, an.
gamma; 01d Tam Gin gum at; Byt
' y: , 5. ‘9 i r
81,” fig]; ACulter,” 5 b 8 K;
arm—(mtK 03mmmu b god so: high ‘
0 r r
Downermluam, 31W; boiled Isms-d 8:
rev “neat”; punk-d,“ 10; m.
81 5018! “humane. ”use. .
-—-—-—.——- '
Le Bull-ye lethal.
When Cheyenne wee et the nenith of
its glory, e sign of "Generel Ofloee of
the Cheyenne, Pacific Slope em! Bend
wish Islend Beilroed" wee hung out one
morning without crating the lust II!“
prise: If one person eeked enother
where the depot of eeid railroad wee,
there might heve been eoeee Wen
ebont enewering; but it wee ecu-e tine
efter theeignwee out thet eny-epeeiel
inquiries began to be nude. Thea en‘
Eutern men welked in one dey, amet
big in head, end aid:
“I suppose you connect et Ben m
cieoo with the regnler stunner?”
“Well, yee; I mppoee we Mfwee
the heeiteting reply. -
"’Shell? Isn't your reed through
et."
y “Well, not quite.”
“Do you teke it in Belt I“?
“Salt lake? Yee, Ithink “do.” '.
“How much for etioket?" V
“Well, I oen't eey exactly, ee we In.
none on eele juet yeti; depot?”
“Gen I one et e
“Well, s.th not; we heven't my de
pot yet." '
“Can I pey on the trein?”
“Well, you eee, we here no hein
et."
y “I enrpoee I eenwelkonthe treeh.”
iv 11 fine he." objection u
“ e . re no '
we lliqed :1 tuck."
“o epot,notwheu' ,netreine,»
treche;wheteortof e reih'oedheve you
got enyhow?"
“Well, you see, it's only on pe the!
“231’.“ r '°°i’ " 'thi‘u" flm‘dm
we 0 etoe we '
endrneh bneineee right elong. If you
heppen to beelongwhen we flat to going
we will put you through an ow ee eny
other reeponeible route.”
The etrenger etnekhie hende into hie
pockete, stored. herd, whietled eoftly.
end then walked out on tiptoe without
enother wand.
A writer in the London World is deep
ly versed in the georephy of the “Hill
on the Flow" and “ one Eymz" “The
scenes of George Eliot’s earlier etorloe
are leid, for the moat put. in Wendel
shire end Dorhyehire. The 'Mill on the
Flou.’ however, is on exoepfion. It is
not, I believe, generolly knov‘n that the
town celled Bt. 053’s in thin novel. end
where most 0! the action tnhephoe. is
Chine-borough. on old fashioned oeu
try town in Lincoln-him; while the“
in the River Trent itaelf, when is M
ens out towerd the Ember All the
see. Nor hoe the a! fie“
poxtione o! ‘Jeyne mm he'-
rightly identified. Mont W
those fine descriw to Invoke-Ii:-
spired by the lead edit-doe enr
ronnding Mina anb’l m limit
finworth. But Esther-ego, In oheeuo
23?“:11 " “” zmdmwm "'
o 1 source ,
home called Moo: Home in the has];
nun shading. end than on my other
aeooeutiom 00m vith Charlotte
Bronte in this neighborhood, which the
worldnyotknon Wot." -,
Philedelphls Chronicle: 3: 3 tell on
the ice I Philadelphh m m
he: ovenhirt. As the am ht “in"
hve to be unpubtd, Elk-. 5! m
emanate! the tit-IN" 4 - .

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