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—PVT.LISHED BT A. C. Bow MAN, M. O. ANACORTB3 AUGUST 2, 1884 Tofc’her* Coniine An excursion of members of the National Teachers’association has arrived in Portland, comprising several car loads of people, who will be divided into three sections. \ ho largest of which will go to Alas ka, another to Oregon and Wash ington, and a third go to San Fran cisco.—News. Mother—“ What did you mean by introducing me to Mi. Brown as your aunt? ’ —Forgive hio, mother, lut Mr. Brown appears to be on the point of proposing and it wouldn't do to run any risk just now, you know. He lias a strong prejudice against mothers-in-law.” A lady entered n Plymouth store, saying that she wanted to purchase a biblc to present to her husband upon Lis approaching birthday. iShe was shown what she wanted, and, having made her selection, was about to retire, when she suddenly remembered something else. “Have you playing cards?” The shop keeper had playing cards, and the lady selected two packs. As she was going out an old gentleman re marked. “That’s Plymouth religion all over—one Bible and two packs of cards.” Skagit County Tkachevs Institution and Teachers Examination. The first session of the Skagit County Teachers institution will be held in Laconner August 7th, Bth, and 9tb, beginning 9A- M. Section 19 of the Washington School Law provides that ail teachers holding Certificates shall attend the institute during its full time and participate in the work. The regular meetings for the ex amination of teachers as provided in Section 25 of the school law, will be hold in La Conner August 13th and 14 1884 beginning 9 o’clock A. M» Josophine M* Bradley. Supt. Teachers Institute. Pi'*cr«ia of Skagit County Tcaclier< Institute to be lieltl at La Conner Atg. 7, 8, & 0 18H-4-. Thar. Aug, 7 Morning Session, 1 Opening Exer cises. 2 Enrolling members. 3 Rrimary Reading. 4 Methods of Spelling* Afternoon Session, 1 Oral Geog-* raphy. 2 Primary Arithmetic*. .‘5 Primary Gi amnia r. Evening Semis ion, l Music. 2 Recita tion. 3 Address by Prof. O. P. Leo, of the Territorial University. 4 Music. 5 Reading. Friday, Aug. 8. Morning Session, 1 Review Qucs* liorib. 2 Methods of teaching tory, 3 Fractions—method of teaching. Afternoon Session, 1 Daily pro-* graiue in the scliooUroom 2 Elo cution or advanced Reading. 3 Grammar. 4 Critics rfpoit. Evening Program, I Music. 2 Recitation. 3 Address by I . J. Pow ell, Pres, of Territorial In. 4 Mu sic. 5 Reading. Sat. Aug. 9. Moßmsu Session, 1 lie-view ques tions on previous work. '1 First day in school- organization. 3 Ar iiauiciic-Perceiitugc*. AWeK.NOOK Hit-sbiON. 1 School gOV eronient. 2 Discussion; —bliull cor poicui punishment be uholishcu from iho school room? 3 Methods of con dueling recitations. 4 Critics lie port. •Saturday Evening exercises will consist ot an E.ocutiouary Enter tain incut. The meetings of the Institute will he held in the Public achooi House. All tlie teachers of the County are required by law to attend puuctual ly all the sessions oi the institute. The general public and all who are specially interested in the Aork ol ciiueutiou are cordially invited to at tend and participate ui Hie discus* sums of the various questions com ing before this gathering ol teach ers. Josephine Bradley, Superintendent of Skagit i o. Proff. L. J. Powell, Conductor of In stitute. Me GUN HOUSE LA CONNER, - * - W. T. xt o PAIN 3 WILL BE SPARED IN J Keeping up the well established re putation of this house as one of the quietest aud best kept hotels in the Territory. No LIQUOR SOLD. Everything clean and neat aoout the premises. Special efforts will be made to keep the table supplied with the best the market can afford, and to aee the food is properly cooked and served, second to no other house in the Territory. A large Reading Room for accomodation of guests 9 JOHN McGLIN. fi. t. JDoh JD entist Has permanently located in Whatcom. W. T. He will Tiait the I.Undx. and theSamiuh aud Kookaack countries at nUuxl intervals. 3 tf f‘l' ft An Elegant, Ho SreitßSl sai a a; stands aci D tust, 70 cents. Same with ftoue setting sl.t Stamps taken. Smith oc Co Market St. Sau Fnuieiseo, Cal. Get our Catalogue. 4 tf fiiitsoj, Bulanin & la.. Land Attorneys, CHICAGO. ILL., aud WASHINGTON, D. C Personal attention to cases before the U. S. General Lund Office. Corrcspon dcnce solicited, ADVERTISEMENTS. * NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF, I'NTED STATES LAND OFFICE, at Olympia, W. T., Juiv. IS. HW4.—Notice Is Lore by j;iven that Samson G. ebadwie* has filed notice of intention t« make Unai proof be fore the Judtfe, or in his absence the Clerk of the Probate Court, at Ins ollicc, in F'l'idsr Harbor W. T.. on Monday Hie Ist day of September, A. i>. ISS4, on Homcstunl Application No. 3SHS, lor the Lots 3, -i, 5, i SWRof NW } 4 of Sec 31 Tp. 34 N, i; i vre-t He names as witnesses: Samuel Hii ton Che. A. Anderson, Thomas lluuu,ins -ml Thomas Smith al. of Lopez Island W? I'. iy-dw Jou\ F. Ountr, licoister. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF U S LAND OFFICE, AT OLYMPIA W. I. JuuuShUi. ’ SSH-Notice ie hereby-ivc.i that I'.ben \\ut«on bits tiled notice of Intention to make tiniil proof before tliu Judex- or in bis absence, the Clerk of Uie Pr„b..t- Court at b - ofllce, in Friday Harbor W. ou Saturday, the Si day of August, A. D.isS4 on Homestead Application No. 4uo, f or tUc\V' ol NWV ana Lots I, !i,*J 0 f OL . c . Tp N J 11 3 \\ eat, * He names as witness; Isaac Sandwith of Roach Harbor W.Alexander Rose, F„ p. Bailesaud Bcnjauuu T. .Veil, all of Snu Juan W. T. Itt Ow John F. Gowev, Register S|M-dll<-nlluiiN tor BuilitliiKS. Meestv. Palliser, Pulliscr Ae t 0., of liridice- I'ort, Ct., the well known architects and pub lishers of standard works on architecture, have lately issued a sheet cuulainini' plan, and spec iiiCHtions of a very tasteful modern uni j cottage with lower and also with the necessary ( moditications for building it without the lower, and witli but six rooms if desired. In it- moot costly fotui tliw outlay is estimated at VJJMH); without the Upvt-r it has been built for fc!,.»UO; and if only six rooms are iueluded, the cost may be reduced to $1,700 or J2.00D. Detail# are given of mautels, stairs, doors and casings, cornices, etc- The publishers have found it the most popular plan they have ever is>u*-d, and state that it has been adopted in mure Vim live hundred instances within their knowledge The same firm issue specifications in blank adapted for frame or brick buildings of any cost; abo form# of building contract, and sev crul books on modern inexpensive, artistic cot tnge plans which are of great practical value and convenience to everyone interested. J. P. JUBSON, «. C. IBUAKL, JUDSON & ISRAEL. I AND LAWYERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC *nd Real t- Estate Acuta. Oftice in United State# tjoid Office building. Main street, Olympia, Washington Territory. Special attention given to all land mat ters—proof filings, contests, etc., in ths U. S. Laud Office. Advice given free In nil. Lsttere answered by enclosure of postage. Address JUDSON A ISRAEL, Box H7 Olympia, W. T. A uITA wanted fi'r The Urea |A\ I U* Rl I all thu PreHiUruU r\ V 4 L- M, I W»ofth. f. S.Th* Ur* \ 'i U ext. bsiidxotuext bxxt hook «vi r sold for loss tban twiea oar prica. 1 lie fnktext Helling Woxfc In America luimoui* profltx u* agonU. All iutallevent people went it- Anj one can become a xaccjaafßl agent. Ttriaa foe. Uai.let floor. Co, Portland kUm*. p. WHITE, CIVIL ENIGNBEJAND SURVEYOR surveying dune cti abort notice and at reason able rales. Plata correctly drawn Field Notes Furnished, Deeds, 4c. drawn and acknowledged. Laud office business transacted. lLiisu.ra.uco A.gency ♦SICOIITES, W. T. ADTE^TISKMENTH. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF t’. f>. LAND OFFICE at Olympia, VY. f Jane, Li, ISS-i. —Notice is hereby given that Charles Hawkins Ins lilcil notice ui int<». tion torn ike tin il proof beforM the Juice, ,jr j., his ahsjnce, this Clerk of tbo Probate Court, «t hisotliee in Friday Harbor. W. I'.o i Thr.nvMUv the 14. day <»f Anst., A. I) ISS4. on n<>;ueatcnd Application No. I.HOI, f .r the Lots 4, f> audSV of SE,‘i of See 34 Tp Mil N, R 4 wot. lie names as witnesses; Charles Franck Samuel (Jmss John l*rig;r». and WillianiCruok all of Jloehe Harbor. W. T. I t Gv John F. Oowht, R. «istor. NOTICK OF APPLICATION TO Pi le Cl I ASH TIMBER LAND. MNITKD STATE 4 HIATKIuT LAM) uFKIC* Olvuipi*, W««iilnelon Terrltory —V.tirs u hereby civeu th»(. in compliance with f o prnvis. ions e/ the Act ot <'om-ivss n)>;ir'Veil TmiM t, )k;« entitled •An Ait tor the sale of Tiiultrr Land in the State* of California, On rod. N*v:>il* aril Washington Territoiv." K<l«v«nl 8»n l-r«sn See's of Sin J ohm County, Wash, ter., hit llnr diy tiW in tins oftice his appli. mi ni to jmrviisHc the I ~tn 2 mil h en,( SE quarter of X'V qmirter mill SW ijiur. t' rof XE quarter of Sec N0..11 m Town.hlu Nu.it North, Gang-* No. 2 west of tin Willamette v« riili a Any anil all peiDons cboming adacr-cty 'ho ned deacrilwil iatul or any portion llirr if. «re hereto | e-quinsl to hie tlinr claim* m this oflics witbta j sixty |Go) day* from itale hereof. (iieli under my hind at niv ofSeo in Olympia, W. T., this ifjih ilac of M v, A. I». :*G lull N F. GOWEY, !)- l()w Itecldlcr of the Laud I'flle*. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE . Olympia, W. T., June. 11, ISM.— Notice a hereby given that Richard Sciirr bar rilH notice of intention to make 1 n.il proof before the Judge or in his absence the (clerk of the Probate Court, at his oßlce, in Friday Harbor. W. T„ on Saturday, the Iti dry of August A. I). 18S4, mu Hoine>tcad Application No. ST® for the Lots M, 4in d N E’i of HE of Sect 14; of of Sect. 18. and Lot 1 af Sec. ‘-’4 Tp. M N, i< 4 UV-t. He n unes ns witnesses: Jo n M. Itt Colin Ross, 11. F, .Smith and Wm. Crook, if Uodie Harbor. \V T. . 14 -fiw JOHN F OOWEY, Kefiatw NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF U. S. LAND. OFFICE, *t Olympia W. 1 % 1 Jam Ifth, MM—Notica ip ktnk; cKm that Fredrick May ha* tiled notice'of inteutifll to make flual proof belorc the Judge, or in hia absence the Clerk of tHa Probate Court,at lilt otHce in Friday Harbor W. T on Thursday the 14th day of August A.l). 18H4on Homestead Application No 4i M, forth* Lot 8 and 4of Sect. 130 and Lota 6, 7, 3, and 4 of Sec I*7Tp 31 N, U 4 West. He names ;«i tvmi esses; William Crook Colin Roes, Bernard Murdburst, and John II Izettcall of Roche Harbor. W. T. 14-Ow. John F. Oowey, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF, tr. 9. land office at olympi i. w. t . j u »*. 26. 1884.—Notu-e ik hereby yiveo that Jam** boss has Hied notice el intention to mik* final proof before tbe Clark of tha Probate Court,«t hlecfticK. in Friday Itarlwr W. T.. on Batnrd y, tka 23d d«v of August, 4. H. 1»84. on Pre-emption D 8 No. 8412. for the NWi< ofSEH;NK Hof 8W' 4 ;8E» of NW'i and SW I* of NEH of Beo. 7, Tp. 36 N * 3 West. H* namas as witnesses: John Hnnktnsou, Joseph Nelson, John Kelly and Charles McKay all af Friday Harbor W. T. 16-Cw JOHN F. OOWEY, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. US. LAND OFFICE AT OLYMPIA. W. T* • July IH. 1884.—Notie* is hereby pi»en that Samuel Hinton baa filed Bailee of ItiWnliOll* n.aka final proof before the Judge, er In hi» »t --senm, the Clerk of the Probata Court, at hiaofUcs.i* Friday Harbor, W. T., on Monday, tVe Ist 3>7 of September, A. D. 1884, on Uoimstsnd Application No. 2944, for the l.ota 1. 2, 8, 4, and SWla of bEV 8 Beetiou 36, Tp.B6 N. R 2 west. He names as witnesses: John Tteed efjlecstw I Island, W.T. Sampson G. Chadwick, Martin Fkih ! llpt and Edwin H. Hnumiell all of Lepet I» |8al W. T. 19 fiw JOHN r. OOWEY, RefclsUT NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. ÜB. LAND OFFICE AT OLYMPIA. W. T., July • 18,1884.—Notice is hereby KlTsn that ChrtsfiW Johnson has filed notice of intention to mat* proof before the Judge, or in his absence, theClet* ot the Probate Court, at his office iu Friday Clarke* W. T.. on Friday the 3th day of Beptewber. A. D. 1884 on Pre-emption D.B No. 8116, for th« SW qnaf t*r of NW quarter of Beat. 2; BE quarter of NK qusr and E half vf BE quarter nf B«e 3 Tp. 84 N, B • weal. He names as witness**; James Nelson. Ft* Hanson, John L, Shcrer and Samuel Brtu, all of Is* pel Island, W.T. 19 JOHN F GOWKY, Baglsl*.-.