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A. C. Uowma>, 11. D.
AXACOKTK3 AUGUST 30 1884
The sunken steamer Umatilla
has at last teen successfully raised
and pumped out. The centrifu
gal pumps brought from California
by Whitolaw, the contractor, wore
almost woithless, and not until two
powerful pnmps were bought from
the Wellington colliery that suc
cess was assured. The contract
price for floating the vessel is SGS,
0 10, but the contractor has been un
der a penalty of Bioo a day since
lie 23d of June. Her machinery is
being overhauled and it is expected
to have her ready for sea in a week.
—itevoille.
Warden—“Ah, La! Got nabbed at
last did you? Guess a week in a dark
ceil will do you good. What did
you do? Steal a coat?” Hewly ar
rived prisoner—“Coat! coat! I have
not hud any coat but my own in my
possession.” Warden—“ Bobbed a
till, perhaps?” Prisoner—“Cer'
tain ly not, sir. Iran away with
55,000,000 but did not run far
enough, that is all ” Warden— ‘ Ah
beg pardon. Would you like your
apartment single or on suite? Here,
Mike, lake tbo gentleman’s hat and
put the champagne on ice.” '
Yesterday afternoon about 1
o’clock as tLe valley train, which
reaches hero at 4p. m., was corns
ing down the heavy grade above
South Prairie it came to a sudden
standstill, and the occupants of the
baggage tar were thrown violently
forward, Conductor Jordan receivs
ing a badly sprained back. Upon
examining the train it was found
that a coal car had almost tolescops
ed with the one in front of it, and
the draw beads of ten others were
bauly twisted, although not a
coupling In the entire train had
broken. The accident was caused
by a too sudden stoppage of the
train.— Tacoma .News,
Horticultural Hall is as good as
completed, and will remain the per
manent property of New Orleans
after the Exposition closes next
May. The roof covered with metal
and glass presents a substantial ap
pearance. The greenhouse, 250 feet
long, is ready to receive plants.
The main hull, 600 feet long is free
of pillars except the four uprights
that support the high glass tower.
Coder this tower there is to be a
fountain throwing a stream of water
50 feet high. There is a reservoir
at least a dozen feet deep and forty
feet in diameter badt of solid mason
ry and set in the ground ready to
receive the grand fountain. Choice
plants and trees are now being
brought from foreign countries to bo
placed in Horticultural Hall. The
exhibition of forestry and aboricul
turc will be the finest ever seen in
America.
h. ps. white,
CIVIL ENIGNEER AND SURVEYOR.
Snrvsying done on short notice and at rtaasul
able rates.
Plats correctly drawn. Field Notes
Furnished.
NOTARY I x
.Deeds, mortgages &c.
drawn and acknowledged.
Land offics business transacted.
Insurance Ajr^ncy
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JUDSON & ISRAEL,
I AND LAWYERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC and Rea
Estate Agents. Office in United States Land
Office building. Main street, Olympia, Washington
Territory. Special attention given to alt land mst
t-rs—proof filings, contests, ete., iu thu U. 8. laind
Office. Advice given free to all. Letters answered
by euslesure of postage. Address
JUDSON * ISRAEL,
Buz 37 Oh lupin, W. T.
DO YOU KNOW
that
LORILLARD’S CLIMAX
PLUG TOBACCO
with Red Tin Tafc ; Rone Lotaf FineCnt Chewing;
Navy flipping?*, and Black, Brown and Yellow
SNUFFS are the beat and cheapest, quality consider
ed?
McGLIN HOUSE
LA CONNER, - * • W. T.
Mo PAINS WILL BE SPARED IN
J keeping up the well established re
putation of this bouse as one of the
quietest and best kept hotels in the
Territory. No LIQUOR SOLD
Everything clean and neat about the
premises. Special efforts will be made to
keep the table supplied with the best the
market can afford, and to tee the food
is properly cooked and served, second to
no other house in the Territory. A
large Reading Room for accomodation rf
guests.
9 JOHN McGLIN.
AAP OHERJY, JD ENTIST
Has permanently located in Whatcom, W. T. He
will visit the Islands, and ths Samish and Kookaack
cos 11 trice at stated intervals. 3 tf
111 Imtnt Sii aa®*
stands acid test, 70 cents. Same with stone
setting sl. Stamps taken. Smith A: Co
374}£ Market St. San Francisco, Cal. Get our
Catalogue. 4 tf
liliSDii, Bi9|9SttS $ Btt.,
Land Attorneys,
CHICAGO, ILL., and WASHINGTON, D. C
Personal attention to cases before tbe
; V. S. Grncrnl Land Office. Ceirespoa
deuce solicited.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
KOTICK OF FINAL PROOF
U. 8. LAND OFFR'E at Olympia, \f. T.
Aw*r, 13, 1884.—Notice is hereby Riven that
Cyrus Btow has tiled notice oi inten
tion toniakc dual proof beforo the or in
liis absence, the Clerk of the Probate Court, at
liis office in Friday Harbor. \V. T.on Saturday
the 11th. day of Oct., A. T>. IS«4. on Homestead
A]>plicatiou No. 6147, for the Lots. 1 •> Mo( | jji ✓
of NWtf of Sec 31 Tp N, K 3 west.
He names os witnesses: Charles French,
John liriprirs, Isaac Sand with and Robert Sand
with all of Roche Harbor. \V. T.
<iw John F. Gowky, Register.
MINING APPLICATION NO 1.
United State* Land Office, Olympia, W. T.
Aug. Sth ISbl—Notice is liereby given that
Kdwanl S. Smith, whose pu*t office address
is Seattle W. T., has this tiny tiled his ap plica
tion tor a patent for RiOO linear feel of the (treas
Island Lime Mine, or vein bearing lime, with
surface ground tJOO feet in width, situated
within the San Juan County Mining District,
Island of Ureas, County of San Juan,' Territory
of Washington, and designated try the field
notes and official plat on tile in this office as
Lot No—in Section 31 Tp 37 North of Range 1
West, and Sect 3B,Tp 37 Nortli of Range 2 west
of the Willamette Meridian, Said Lot No.—be
ing described as follows to wit Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, and running fifteen hundred feet S
ildeg. 30inin. west to Cor. No. 2, thence sixhnn
red feel N. tStideg. :>Omin W. to Cor. No. 3,
thence fifteen hundred fcetN. 23deg. 30min. E.
to Cor. No. 4, theuett six hundred feetts; Hddeg.
oOmin. E to place ol beginiug.
Magnetic variation at 23 degrees East.
The location of this mine is recorded in the
Recorders office of Sun Juan County, Territory
of Washington, at Friday Haibor, iu the county
and Territory aforesaid.
There are no adjoining claimants of record.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Ureas Island Lime Mine, orjany
surface ground, are required to flic their adverse
claims with the Register of the United Slates
Land Olliee at Olympia, in the county of Thurs
ton, and Territory of Washington during the
sixty days period of publication hereof, or they
will • c burred by virtue of the provisions of the
Statute. John F.Gowey.
22-lUw Register.
Hpfflllfatlra* lor BnilHlngft.
Messrs. Palllser, Palllser «& Co., of Bridge
port, Ct, the well known architects and pub
lishers of standard works on architecture, have
lately issued a sheet containing plans and spec
iiicationa of a very Uisteful modern clght-n om
cottage with tower and also with the necessary
moditications for building it without the tower,
and with but six rooms if desired. In its most
costly form tb« outlay is estimated at $3,000;
without the tower it has been built for
and if only six rooms are included, the cost
may be reduced to $1,700 or f*i,ooo. Details
are given 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
live hundred instances within their knowledge
The same firm issue specifications in blank
adap ted for frame or brick buildings of any
cost; also forms of building eoniract, and sev
eral books on modern inexpensive, artistic cot
tage plans which are of great practical value
and convenience to everyone Interested.
*, r*- * |1 =*» wanted for The l.iveg
AQEMTSs & t^.T P r& u
V Vi I) est, handsomest best
book ever sold for less than twice oar price, lbs
fastest selling book in America. Immense profits
to agents. All intelligent people want it. Any
one tan become a successful agent. Terms fret.
Hii.u.t Uook Co, Portland Maine.
TPhe Leading wholesale
€imm & Tomcco house
* IS THE
Ctqaq Sjoqe,
l-i. K. <Gr. Smith - - Mill street, Seattle
Branch of L. K. G. Smith, Portland, Or. Our Factory 29 Market
Street S. F. * 83
ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE OF FINAL PR()OF^“
11. S. Linn Orrici at Olympia, W T
; Aug. 13th, 1884.—Notice is hereby driven Uj»t
| Charles O. French has tiled notice of jnten
tion to make Huai proof before the Judge nr
in his absence the Clerk of the Probate Court
at his office in Friday Harbor, W. T. on Sail
urear the 11 day of October, A, D. ISW n#
Homestead Application No 3142, for the SF*/
of NW*£; EV* of S\VX and Lot 5 of Sect 2
Tj> 35 X, R 4 west.
He n. mes as witnesses. Colvin Ross, .Tolm
Biigge, Cyrus Stow and .Samuel H. Gross ail
of Roche Harbrr, \V. T.
23'tiw John F. Qowet. Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
UNTED STATES LAND OFFICE, at-
Olympia, W. T.. Julv. 18. 1884 .-Notice is herc
hy (liven that Sampson (I. t had wick has tiled
notice of intention to make lin.il proof be.
fore the Judge, or in his absence the
( lerk of the Probate Court, at his office.
Fnday Harbor \V. T., on Moudav the Ist
day of September. A. D. IBH4, on Homestead
Application No. 2!HB, for the Lots •> 3 4.5 aud
SU NW Mof See 21 Tp. MN. K 1 west
Me nnines as witnesses: Samuel Hinton,
ri.. ’ *'v, Anderson, Thomas Huggins and
I nomas Smith all of Lopez Island W T
UMiw John F. Uowey, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF
* l7 ‘ 0FFI( % "t Olympia \V. 1.
\llc i?Q. l* 4- I s lll ‘ rLbv triveii that
Niks I Starkey has tiled notice of intention
to make final proof helore the Clerk of tho
Probate Court,at hi* office in Friday Harbor W
iV o lay ,l,e 27th du > "f September
*?.- ewiption D. si. No 5357, for the
S\NU SWofNK'i’ and NWV of SWV
of See 22 Tp 37 N, R 2 west: 4
won na, ". e . S US , witDt * B «• William W right.
Willium Harnlley. .Allen Y. Robinson .n*
I homos Ditsou all of East Sound W. T,
22-lSw. John F. Oowey, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL '
L w N o Ot r ,C . K A T OLY MPIA, W. T., Ang.
L he / ,b7 that Hear/
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24-dw JOHN F. GO WET, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
II *• LAND OFFICE at OLYMPIA. W.
*-'• July 18. 1884.—Notice is hereby given tbit
Samuel Hinton has filed notice of intention u
make final proof before the Judge. «r in hia at
genre, the clerk of the Probate Court, at hiaofflce.ia
Friday Harbor. W. T., on Monday, the Ist day
of September, A. 11. 1884, on Homestead Application
N0.'2U44, for the fails 1, 3, 3, 4, and SW!* of BE‘«. of
Section 25. Tp.36 N, R 2 west.
He names as witnesses: John Reed »f Decatur
Island, W. T. Sampson G. Chadwick, Martin Phil
lips and Edwin U. HumuifH all of Lope* Island
W. T.
10 «w JOHN F. OOWEY. Register
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
I J S. land OFFICE AT OLYMPIA. W. T„ July
w • IS, 1884.—Notice is hereby given that Christian
Johnson has filed notice of intention to make final
proof before the Judge, or in Ins absence, ibe tiler*
of the Probate Court, at bia office in Friday Harbor
W. T.. on Friday the sth day of September, A. P.
1884 on pre-emption D.S. No. 8115, for tbs SW qu»r
ter of NW quarter of Sect. 3: SE quarter of Nk quar
nd E half of 8E quarter of B.c 3 Tp. 34 N, R 3
wist.
He names as witnesaoa: James Nclbob, Fred
Hanson, John L, Sherer aud Samuel Uritt, all oi J.o
p«z Island, W. T.
1« JOHN F. OOWEY. Register.

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