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Ptri-IsBCD BT A. C. Bowman, M. B. ANACORTE9 AUGUST 19 1881 POLITICAL. One of the vital interests of Puget Sound is the removal of the restric tion to trade between Washington Territory and British Columbia. "We want a delegate to Congress who has the- right views, and the ability to carry through this impor tant measure, cither by the enact ment of a reciprocity treaty, or the overthrow of a tariff system, which practically costs us our trade be tween the two sections. Whatever the interests of other portions of the country may be, .Washington Territory cannot atf>rd to protect the feeble industries of the east, at the expense of Ibis profitable trade with its nearest neighboring state. No party which nominates* cor rupt men tor office can go on for ever. This explains the largo re* publican defection from Blaine whose record shows that be has not been free from corruption. The scandals attributed.to Cleveland also render him unfit tor the highest honor and trust in the gift of- the American people. With such can* didates this ought to be a good year to cut loose from all parties, and go for principles instead of politicians; a reusing vote should be record ed in condemnation of the place hun ters and professional politicians of all parlies, under whose rule the monster monopolies, land frauds, ard the oprcssive money power of the millionaires, Lave become estab* lisbed and fastened on the Americas people. The desirable qualities of Brad' ' shaw as a candidate for congress have been sufficiently lauded by the Eevcille, Argus, and some other jour. nala;andhis short*comings, entire unfitness for the position and general cussedness have been as vehement ly urged by others. But. it people desire to bo represented in congress they must satisfy themselves by personal acquaintance, or corre spondent with the candidate, be fore they can form any opinion whether he will represent or mis. represent them. No citizen should cast bis vole for a candidate before he has obtained a personal promise by private correspondence, ai ex pres sed over bis signature through the public press, that he will carry out the wishes of the voter.- Better not vote at all, tnan to help men into office who will serve otW fn terests than thoes they were elect ed to represent. That Brad shaw is smarter, more honest' and trustworthy, and better fitted to secure the wishes of the voters ot this territory than any other man available for the position, ought to be the reasons which determine his fitness or unfitness for the post lion. The promise to give up smoking generally ends in smoke. A boy goes right to the core when he gets hold of an apple. Mamma, said a little buy. If people are made of dust do they get muddv inside when they drink? A. M- WHITE, CIVIL ENIGNEER AND SURVEYOR. Surveying done on short notice and at reast.nl able rates. Plats correctly drawn Field Notes • Furnished. NOTARYPUBLC. IheU, inirt!rii£o a &c. drawn and acknowledged. Land office basinets transacted. Insurance JLfg&rn'y ANACORTES, W. T. J. P. Jenson, O. O. Israel. JUDSON & ISRAEL. • I AND LAWYERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC and Bea *- Estate Agent*. Office iu United States Land Office building. Main street, Olympia, Washington Territory. Special attention rjvch to all land mat *rs—proof filing*. . ontesta, etc., iu the U. H. Land Office. Advice (riven free to all. Letters answered ty enclosure o t postage. Addreaa JUDSON A ISRAEL, Bo* 37 Olvmpla, W. T. DO YOU KNOW THAT LORILLARD’S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO with Red Tin Tag ; Koar Leaf Fine Cot Chewing ; /•vy (lipplugs, and Black, Brown and Yellow SNUrKH are the bust and cheapest, quality consider ed? McGLIN HOUSE LA CONNER. - * * W. T. xr 0 PAINS WILL BE SPARED IN J Keeping up the well established re putation of this house ss one of the quietest sad best kept hotels in the Territory. No LIQUOR SOLD Everything clean sod neat snout the premises. Special efforts will be made to keep the table supplied with the best the market can afford, and to see the food is properly cooked and served, second to ao other house in the Territory. A large Reach ng Room for accomodation o guests. 9 JOHN McGLIN. AAP JDeNTIST Has pamanmtly loeatsd In Whatcom. W. T. H« will visit the Islands, and tfasSamiab awl Meotsaek coantries at atatod intervals. 3 tf IhlmtolSit'HS STANDS ACID TEST, 70 CSDtS. SfllßC With Stone setting fl.t. Stamps Ukcn. Smith it Co 734K Market St. San Fram.it.co, Cal. Get our ■Catalogue. • 4-tf iltM, IniiSiS I Is., Land Attorneys, CHICAGO, ILL., and WASHINGTON, I). C Personal attention to cases before the U. 9. General Land Office. Correspoe ■ donee so licit ail. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF U. 8. LANT> OFFICE »t Olympia, \y. T. Anp. IS, 1864.—Notice 1* hereby iriven that Cyrus Stow has filed notice or inten tion to make final proof before the Jndjje. or in his slwence, tire Clerk of the Probate Conrt, at Lis ortiee in Friday Harbor. VV. T on B»turda» the 11th. day of Oct.. A. P. IHM on Homestead Application No. 6147, for the I.ols. J, •_> #ud FA* of NWK of See 31 Tr 36 N, R 3 west. He names as wit nesser: Charles French, John Vri(nr*, Isaac Sandwith and K bert Sand' with all of Roche Harbor. W. T. r jii 6w John P. Gowey, Register. MINING APPLICATION NO 1. United States Land Office, Olympia, W. T. Aug Bth 1884—Notice i» hereby given that EoWi-.rrt S. Smith, whose post office addrass is Seattle W. T.. baa this clay tiled hia up plica tl*ii fora prtent far 1500 linear feel of theOrcM Inland Lime Mine, or vein bearing lime, with am face ground 0W» feet in width, situatrd within the Sun Juan County Mining DUtrict Island ofOrcas, County of Sun Juuu, Territory of Washington, and designated by the field notes and official plat an tile in this office as Lot No—in Section 81 Tp 87 North of Lange I Wcet, and Sect 86.Tp 37 North of Range 2 west of the Willamette Meridian, Said Lot No.—be ing described as follow* to wit: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, and running fifteeh hundred feet S 2 kleg. 30mm west to Cor. No. 2, thence sixhun - red feet N. 66deg. 80min W. to Cor. No. 3, thence fifteen hundred feet N. 2Sdcg. SOinin E. to Cor. No. 4, thence six bundrt'd facts; tkldeg. 80min. E to place of beginning. Magnetic variation at 23 degrees East. The location of this mine ia recorded In the Recorders office of San Juan County, Territory of Washington, at Friday Hui bor, in the county and Territory aforesaid. There are no adjoining claimants of record. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Orcaa Island Lime Mine or any surface ground are required to file their adverse claims vith the Register of Uic United States Laid Office at Olympia, in the county of There to n and Territory of Washington during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will burred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. John F. Oowey. 22-10w Register. Mpeclflratlm far BaUdlngm. Messrs. Psilisrr, Palliser A (.'o., of Bridge port, Ck, the well known architects and pub lishers of standard works on architecture, have lately issued a sheet containing plan, mid spec itieations of a very tasteful modern eight-n uni cottage with tower and also with the necessary modifications for building it without the tower, and with but six rooms if desired. In its most costly form tha outlay is estimated at $8,000; without tlie tower It has been built for I'J.oOO; and if only six rooms arc included, the cost may be reduced to $1,700 or $3,000. Details are gfven of mantels, stairs, doors and casings, cornices, etc* The publishers have found it the most popular plan they have ever issued, and state that it has been adopted in more than five hundred instances within their knowledge The tame firm issue specifications in blank adapted for frame or brick buildings of any cost; also forms of building contract, and sev eral books on modern inexpensive, artistic cot tage plans which are of great practical value and convenience to everyone interested. jn P* hi I T*- win tad for Tba Lives ft f fi Rl || of s n tba Presidents \d| L— rv C of tha (1-8. Tha isrg \ — ■ J out, handsomest boat boot aver sold for lota Inantwlco oor price. Tha fastest telllßa book in America. Immense profit* to agents. All Intollacrent people want It. Any one can become a successful agent. Terras free, Uaujct Boob Co, Portland Maiut. TTlie Lioading wholesale €iSMS <£ Wm&CGQ E%VB IS THE SjOF^E, If a. K» G. Smith - - IVFill wtreet, Seattle Branch of L. K. G. Smith, Portland, Or. Our Factor* 29 Market Street F.B. * 83 ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. U. S. Lavt> Orrici at Oltnf'a, W . T. Ajijj. 13th, 1884.—Notice is hereby iriven that Charles <>. Fiei'.ch has tiled notice of inten. tion to make tinal proof before tlie Judge. ~r in his absence the Clerk of the Probate Court, at his office in Friday Harbor, W. T. on Sut ureay the 11 day of October. A. 11. 1884 on Homestead Application No. 3142. for, the SK;; ofNW‘4; F.i 4 of.SWV and Lot 5 of Sect i Tp 85 N. H 4 west. He names as witnesses. Colvin Ross, John Brhrgs, Cyrus Stow tnd Nannies H. Cross nil of Kwehc llarbrr, W. T. 22-Gw John P. Gower. Rejfis'er. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. PNTED STATES LAND OFFICE » t Olympia, W. T.. July. 18. ISB4—Notire is her* by given that Sampson O. Chadwick lias file | notice of intention to make tin.ii proof be fore the Judge, or in his absence tie Clerk of the Probate Court, at hi« office Frida* Harbor W. T.. on Mondav the by day of September, A. D. ISS4, on Homestenl Application No. 21H8, fur the Lot- 2 3 4 5 N\V of Sec 21 Tp. 31 N. K 1 we*t He names as witnesses; Samuel Hinton. C hs. A. Anderson. Tliomns Hat-zms umf 1 nomas South all of Jaipez Island \V. T. UMiw Job* F. Cower, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL FKOOP U. S. LAND. OFFICE, at Olympia W. 1, A«C 9th. 1884—Notice is hereby given that Niles P. Starkey has tiled notice of intention to make tinal proof belorr the Clerk of the Probate t ourt.at liW office in Friday Harbor IV T on Saturday the 27th day of September P jT.. f " , ‘" ion r> ‘ Nu Kii7, for the % of - VK * B, ’d NW*4of sw v of Sec 22 I p 37 N, H 2 west; .*!• narn « i nti witness s. William Wright. WlUtam Harmley, .Allen Y Robinson .ml T homjis Dilson all of Knst Sound tV. T. 22-tiW. John F. Cowcy. Register. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. ri. S. LANDOKFICK AT OLYMPIA w T 28, I KM.—Notice is her.by gl"™ ’ *W- R'ess has filed nolicv of intention to filial pi (sit before tint Clerk of th« Probate Court at Harbor W T., ou Ha.mdT’tki 38d Hay of August. *. |». i*ri. 0 n Pre erantmo n X No. MI2. for the NWij of SEVt •X£ u of iw Si." » f We't “ * U<l BV> '* ° f NK4 » 01 Bec - L Tp ß ss 'n k v H' •• wlfneasaa; John HanhinsoD, Joseph Friday Harbor * <JUrIM *" ‘ f IG -* W JOHN r. OOW *y. Begi»t»r. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. U , f ' A ,? D 0"ICB~AT OLYMPIA. W. T.. u —iio,,c * '■ hereby given that Samuel Hinton baa filed t»t(,e of Intention te mate final proof before the Judge. or in hi* at * nee, Ibe Clerk of the Probate Court.at blaodbe.ia f inlay Harbor, W. T., on Monday, the lat da* B ei* ’ P - ,H8i ’ ou Hcuieataad Application for thr Lota I. i. 3. 4, and rWU of hK‘«. » Hectlon 30, Tp.JS N. K 3 went. p« BUIMU wltneaeoa: John Reed »f Decatur laland, ». T. Sampeon O. Clmdwlrk, Martin Pbil- Edwin U. Hummell allot Lop,» fcjait I 19 “ w JOHN F. COWAT, Reciter NOTICE OP FINAL PROOF. (J. ». LAND OFFICE AT OLYMPIA, W. T.. July ■ I»W—N'dne la hereby Riven that Cbrlatiaa Jobn»ou h.a filed notice of intention to make fimd iT.u , or J' *he Judge, or In bla aboenne, the Clert m 5* Court, at bla offlee in Friday Harbor , ' 1 ~ **■ Friday Ibe Mb day of Rvptemtn-r, A. TV IM«4 on I rr-emption D.B. No. Alls, for ibe 8W on. it *" "f q V* r *‘' T of ««•». 3- FE quarter of NIS onar- bait of 8E quarter at Sac 3 Tp. 34 N. » bo name* aa wltneaeaa: Jtma» Nelaon rre* W. T Bh ‘' r '‘ r * IMI 8Bnin “ l Brttt - ,U ofFlj ** 19 JOHN F. OOWET.Beglrter.