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sr A C BtiwMAjf, M 0. ANACURTKS AUGUST 16 1884 Quin Pain, the mail agent on the Washington ban by stnct compli ance with hi* orders, and rigid at tciitiou to the duties of his pos ition Ruined the confidence of the au thorities at Washington,as well aa the good will of the people along bis route, lie slates, to insure the mail promptly at Whatcom, the schedule should be changed wo as to leave Sehoino for \V hatcom iniediatoly on the arrival of ike steamer at that place. There being no provision made by the department for curry ing the mail over the long wharf, bis in. t vclionsure to leave it at Sehome which .a the only route for which provisions Ims been made by the government. Mr. Van Horne, manager of the Canadian Pacific railroad, told the people of Now Westminster that it wan the company* intention 'to carry the road to Coal harbor, or some point in that vacmhy* The syndi* CA e had applied to the provincial go • eminent for a grunt of land in the vicinity bf Coal harbor for a terrain us, and if the grant were made they would raise money on these lands and extend the line; but to this event they had no intention of abandoning Port Moody, as both lines would be required. Indeed, it might be necessary to use the whole inlet for railroad porposes, and possibly the Port Moody line might in time be curried down the Shore of the inlet to Coal bar** bor. Srmbbery. All vesitors to the Scandinavian pemsula are delighted with the freshness and innosonce of the Swedes and Norwegians, in the arc of fleecing foreigners. Belgravia tells a story which illustrated not only the simple-hearted, democru tic equality which prevails in the dual kingdom, but also the differ* euce between true nobility and snobbishness. The scene is on a vessel bound from England to Nor way. An English gentlemen in the tea business —wholesale, of course— took me into hie confidence, and complained of the extreme familiar ity of “these people,” the steward having shaken bands with him when he entered the saloon in the vnerning. He wu very indignant when I suggested the possibility of the steward regarding the pas senge s as his guests, and him> self-as their equal or thereabouts. Among our fellow* passengers was the Duke of Roxburgh, spending his seventeenth summer in Arctic Norway. When the Duke was leaving our vessel to tranship oh the little Lo foden omnibus packet. I directed the attention of the tea-merchant to his proceedings. All the crew, who were old friends, shook bauds with him, the engineer and stoker coining on deck and wiping their lingers on cotton-waste as a prelim inary to the hearty farewell greet ng. The tea-dealer was speechless. A, (1 WHITE, CIVIL ENIGNEE.IAND SURVEYOR. Surveying dune on short notice and at reason! able rates. Plats correctly drawn. Field Notes Furnished. NOTARY Deeds, mortgages &c. drawn and acknowledged. Land office basinets transacted. Insurance Agency ANACOUTES, w. t. J. P. JCMOM. Q. C. I BASEL. JUDSON & ISRAEL, I AMD LAWYERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC and Rea • Estate Agents. Office in United States Land Office building. Main street, Olympia, Washington Territory. Special attention given to all land mat ers—proof filings, i ontests, etc., in thu U. S. I-and Office. Advice given tree to all. Letters answered by enclosure of postage. Address JITDSOM * ISRAEL, Box 37 Olympia, W. T. DO YOU KNOW THAT LORILLARD’S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO with Red Tin Ta( ; Ron# Leaf Fine CutCbewing; Alavjr Clipping*, and Black, Brown and Yellow SMUEFtiare the best and cheapest, quality consider ed? McGLIN HOUSE LA CONNER. - - - W. T. M 0 PAINS WILL BK SPARED IN J keeping up the well enUblinlicd putation of this house as one of the quietest and best kept hotela in the Territory. No LIQUOR SOLD Everytliing 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 conked and served, second to no other house in the Territory. A large Reading Room for accomodation o guests. o JOHN McGLIN. AAP OHERJY, JDeNTIST gsi permanently located in Whatcom, W, T. He will rlait the Islanda, and tba Saiuiah and Xooksack countries at stated intervals. > »f ll# finalist lot- asSs STANDS ACID TEST, 70 cents. Same with stone netting ft. Stumps taken. Smith * Co 274W Market St. Sau Francisco, Cal. Get nnr Catalogue. * “ fiilissi, ln|ißii ft I#., Land Attorneys, CHICAGO, ILL., and WASHINGTON, D. C Personal attention to cases before the U. S. General Land Office. Correspon. dence solicited, ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Olympia, W. T. Au(r, 13, ISS4. —Notice is hereby jjiven that (-vrua Stow has tiled notice «»i inten tion tomakc linal proof before the Judj>e. or in hi* absence, the Clerk of the Probate ('ourt, at hia office in Friday Harbor. W. T.on Saturday the tlth. day of Oct.. A. I). IH*4. on Homestead Application No. 6147. for the Lots. 1, ‘J and F.Cf of NW.'i of See 31 Tp 36 N, K 3 west. He names as wit neasi-s; Charles French, John Fritrtrs, Isaac Sandwith and Robert Sand with all of Ho<-he Harbor. \V. T. -2 6w John F. Gowky. Register. MINING APPLICATION SO 1. United Slates Land Office, Olympia, W. T. Auir Bth 1884—Notice is hereby given that Edward S. Smith, whose post office address is Seattle W. T., has this day tiled his applica tion for a patent for 1500 linear feel of the Orcas Island Lime Mine, or vein bearing lime, with surface ground 000 feet in width, situated within the San Juan County Miuiug District Island ofOrcas, County of Sun Juan, Territory of Washington, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No—in Section 31 Tp 37 North of Range 1 West, and Sect 36,Tp 37 North of Range 2 west of the Willamette Meridian, Said Lot No.—be ing described as follows to wit; Be ginning at Cor. No. 1, and running fifteen hundred feet S i3dcg. 30mm west to Cor. No. 2, thence sixhun red met N. Gtkleg. 30min W. to Cor. No. 3, thence fifteen hundred feetN. 23deg. 30m in E. to Cor. No. 4, thence six hundred feetß; WJdeg. 30miu. 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 Haibor, in the county and Territory aforesaid. There are no adjoining claimants of record. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Oreas Island Lime Mine or any surface ground are required to tile their adverse claims with the Register ofuic United Slates Lard Office at Olympia, in the county of Thurs ton and Territory of Washington during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. John F. Uowcy. 2210w Register. MiwcllratlM* lor Malldlncit. Messrs. Palllacr, Palliser A ( 0., of Bridi:im port, Ct., the well known architects and pub Usher* of standard works on architecture, have lately issued a sheet containing plane and spec ification* of a very tasteful modern eight-n om 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 th« outlay la estimated at $8,000; without the tower it has been built fur 12,500; and if only aix rooms are included, the coat may be reduced to $1,700 or $2,000. 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 mure thau Uve hundred Instances within their knowledge The same firm issue specifications in blank adapted for frame or brick buildings of any cost: al*o forms of building contract, and sev eral hooka on modern inexpensive, artistic cot tage plans which are of great practical value aiid convenience to everyone interested. ACENTS2SS.K ■ w I) est, handsomest best »MK>k ever sold for less than twice our price. The fast vet selling Woek in America. Immense profits to agents. All intollrgent people want it. Any one ran become a successful agent. Terms free, Haixkt Book Co, Portland Kalne. The Leading wholeKtile Cxg&m & Ta&tfaco M&mjs IS THE C/\UpOF\Mli\ SjOI\E, K. G. Smith - - Mill (street, Senilis Branch of L. K. G. Smith, Portland, Or. Our Factorr 29 Market Street F.B. * 8 ;l A D V ERTISK M KN TS. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. U. 8. Lam. Orrreß at Oltmpia. \V t i Aiiif ISSI. —Notice is hereby cum that , rLarlw (), T tench has tiled notiee of intcn I tion to make linal proof before the Jndce I In *»» “bwnce the Clerk of the Probate l 'onrT i at his office in Friday Harbor, W. T. on Sst | a rear the 11 dav of October. A. n. IBH4 or I Homestead Application No. :Il4>. f„ r ttieSF. 2, r of • vxv -'i a,,J !-•* 5 of Sen 4 | Ip .15 N, K 4 west. j He namch ns witnesses. Colvin Roan. .Tolm j oHKgs. Cyrus Stow uni .Sainues H. Gross ail ! of Roche llarbrc, \V. T. i 32>«w John F. Gowky, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. | I NTED STATES LAND OFFICE at Olympia, W . T., July. IS. lSS4—Noticeisher.- 1 thHt SHn, l’' n '* O. iludwirk has til.-d 1 notice of r.tcntioii to make tin.u proof t ,, ° r in ll '" absence t l,r Cb rk of the 1 rnbate Court, at bis otlW i» Friday Harbor W. T.. on Monday the u t day..fSeptember, A. I). IKH4, on llomwteU Application No, 21148, for the ost r> NW ’4 of See ‘,*l Tp. :H N. R j we.f He names as vim-nett: Samuel Hinton. < is. A. Anderson. Thomas Hucuns ami 1 Thomas Smith ail of Lopez Island W~T * HMiw Jons F. Gowet, Kccistcr. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF t . S. LAND. OFFICE, at Olympia VV. T —Notice is hereby civen tliai Niles P. S.arkcy uas tiled notiee'of in ten tins to make turn! proof hclorr the Clerk of ih« Probate ( ourt.ut hi* offlee in Friday Harbor W n u Uy XUr 27th d:iv of September t‘ TO''!" -VoIWBT, for the oHtea Vrs^T 1 v He names as witness a. William Hri-ht. NV ilham Harntley. Alim T Kob.nsau ,nd j Ihonms DiUon all of East Sound W T I ~MIW. John K. (Jowcy. Register. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF " land offickTt 3lympi \ tv r j,... | 25. I «U-Notice la hereby Rly.n th../ ; Hos* has filed notirv final proof before the rirrk nr "n* l uun° n tn m * k * h. softie., in Friday Harbor W T Co, ‘ rt - » aawir ! - ■*y--s , fewa»ia vawi ss-SS srsattWM 16 6W JOHN F. OOWEY. Register. notice of final proof. U a 1,1 .? 1 * OFr ICK at oltmpia. w. t • •*«!}• 18. IHH4 —Notice 1* hereby citpu that Bainuel Hinton ha« filed notice „f t» make final proof before the Judge. , r , « r ™*> «*rbor, , T., on Moiuliv i al .5,,- ? ,hß *> «'■> Home«t«a4j*App|teathM 150.j2i>44, for thr Lota 1, 2, «, 4, and hWk of «K>. o Secllou 26. Tp.,16 N, K 2 we... *‘° f ** EV wltDeneea: John Reed «f Decatur lalaart, WT. Sainpeon Chadwick, Martin Phil- Hp. T .ud *dwin H. Uuiumell .11 of' l"^^,, 19 * W JOHN F. GOWET, Regiater • NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. ' y- &»; ifzziz evar.t sassr >SS IW<4 on Pre-emption D.B. No. Nils for tn- aim A ‘ fer of MW quarter of Sect 3-HBuearter of Nc nd K half Jf RE qaarST.fi 8 5? Tpw' n r*"" Be name* a* vltneHae.; Janie* Nrl*on »• Sw".M, n w. t’. ***** ,nd B * n,Uel Bml - •«> *£ 19 JOHN r COWEY.Brglatrr.