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ANACCRTES ...1A MARY i. 1885
Aluminum, hitherto utilized only
( h limited extent on Account of its
refill lory qualities and its gtent
expense, is peculiarly adapted for
use in the mechanical and tino arts.
For tensile strength and resistance,
it is foremost among the metals
resisting 100,000 pounds of
pressure to the square inch. It
ilso takes on a fine pohsh.
The first of Januar}’ has com®,
and. excepting a light flurry on the
last day of the year, not a snow
flake has appeared to warn us of
the fact that winter is upon -us.
The grass is as green in the woods
and fields, lettace, kale and cabbage
are as thrifty in the gardens as in
Jun®. overcoat® and mittens are a
anperfluity thusfar. This is in
marked contrast with the anew
blockades reported from Wisconsin
and Michigan, and the destructive
storms that have recently occnred
on the Atlantic coast.
Dr. Roid’s lecture illustrating tbe
tricks and impositions of spiritualist
mediums, given at tho Wooten
school house, on Fidalgo island last
week, proved to be a genuine suc
cess, All the leading manifest**
tions from spirits that have been
exhibited by prominent mediums
duriug tho last twontysfivo years,
were enacted by Dr. Read, with a
dexterity and skjjl equaling the
foremost of the mediums, and shov n
to be smart cricks of legerdemain.
The slate writing trick of Prof,
Slade, as performed by tho Doctor,
is alone worth the fifty cents ad
mision to the lecture.
We are informed that Miss Sib"
ley, n worthy young lady residing
with her mother, Mrs. A. Sibley,
on Guofncs island, is one of the
heirs of Pendleton, the California
inilllionaire, who recently died in
that state. An estate of $7,000,000
will thus be divided among some
fifty heirs, amounting lo about
$140,000 to each one of tbcmi
Bboald Miss Sibley receive an equal
share, as it is currently reported
that she will do, the Gaemositos are
to bo congratulated on the sudden
accession to their island of so much
wealth, snd we hope a large por
tion of it may be expended in the
permanent improvement of the is
The Overland Monthly for Jan.
nary la a number of especial inter
est, being the holiday issue. The
first article is Leonard Kip’s Christ,
was Story, entitled “Golden
Graves,” in the stirring times of '*9.
Andrew McFarland Davis conlrib*
utes a historical study of the faniN
oue “Voyage o! the Ursulines”
across the Atlantic in 1727. Miss
Hellen Lake’s now novel, entitled
“For money,” will begin in this
issue. “Ah Autumn .Ramble in
Washington Territory,” and an ar
tical on “Water Rights in British
Colombia. Kate Heath contributes
a Holiday Story, “Mr. Grigg’s
Christmas.” The picturesque
lures of Mexico are seldom better
described than by Mr. D. S. Rich
ardson, in his “Cruise Among the
Floating Islands.” Hon. A. A.
Sargent writes again of the Chinese
Problem and the receut agitation.
Some “Observation on Chinese La**
bor,” by H. Shewin, will give the
t>i* i. r of the picture. Pet"
hi. | s tLe article that will attract
most attention is entitled “The
Loht Journals of a Pioneer.” Sol.
Sheri.mo contributes one of his
attractive Stories. There are Poems
hy Agnes A. Manning, Francis E.
Mu doc, and Miss l>*olbrith. Ad**
Mil, i. Monthly N0.120 Sut
ler Ht. Sin Francisco.
Un'TTKD STATES IbtTKIfT Laxu Orvu k,
Olympia, Wiishingtri Territory.— Notice
is hereby given tbs t. in compliance u ith
the provisions of tin* Act of Congrt ss ap>
proved dune ", ' 878. entitled "An AM for
the sale (d Timber Lunis in the States
of California. Oregon, Nevada and Wash
ington Territory.’' Frank A Graliam, of
Skagit Comity, Washington Tiiritoiy,
lias this day (lied in this otrine his nppli»
ration to purchase the SEJ of SEJ of
Station No. 27 in Township No. 35
Notth, Rargi* No. 1 East ut the WtN
hni.ctte Mt.uliati.
Any and all poisons claiming adversely
the said described I -nd, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in this office within sixty (dO) days
from date hereof.
Given under my hand, at my office in
Olympia, W. T., this 2nd day of Dec
ember, A. I)., 1885,
John F. Gowey,
38 iOw Register of the Land Office.
L* CONNER, - • • W. T. fiV
J' keeping up the well established re«
potation nf this house as one of th«
quietest 'and best kept bolela in tha
Territory. No LIQUOR 801,1)
Everything desin and mat about th«
premises. Special elforts will he made to
keep the table supplied with the best tilt
market can afford, ami t« *co the food
is properly cooked and served, second to
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guests. t
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61 B m Seattle, W, T.
U. 8 LAND OFFICE at Olympia. W. T.
August 28.18H5.—Notice Is hereby Kiven tnni
Joseph C. Warner h.« Hied notice of Intention
to make rintl proof before the Probate Jm -. ,
or in Ills absence the Clerk of the Probate Court,
at his otlice, in Friday Harbor, W/1.,, «"> J'
the 30th day of Oetobet, A. 1). lh»k>. on Jlo n
stead Application, No 5170 for the 81
gWk; of SE# of See 11 and NEJ/ of NE
of Sec. 14 Tp Jo N, U 2 west.
He names as witnesses; \\ . C Malic,
A. Clark. K. J. Huaimell nnd John bper
o f ’Lopez Island, P. 0., W. T.
;>5 Ow J F. Gowcy Register.
• 9, 1885.—Notice in hereby given that F. las
Math, son hat* filed notice of intention to make final
proof before the Clerk of the Probate Court. I 'at hie
office in Friday Harbor W.T.on Monday the Bth
dav of February A. D, 1886, on Pre-emption D. t
No 9018, for tho Lot 4of Sac, 93 Tp 30 N, HI
He name* as witnesses; John M Izrtt, Edwin
Brook. Adam Davidson and Oolln Boas all of
Itonche Harbor W. T.
40 JOHN F GOWEY Register.
• Nov. 11 1885.—Notice in h< reby given that
Daniel Edwards has filed notice of intention to
make final proof before the Judge, or in bin ah.
H-nce the Clerk of the Probate Court, at hfw
office, in Friday Harbor, W. T., on Monday, the
4th day of January A. I>. Ihßd, on Homestead Ap
plictlon No 378U, far the Lots 3 and 4 of Sec, 1?.
and of SF-* ol Sec. 24 Tp. 35 N, R 4 West,
He namea aa witnesses: John Kelley, Samuel
H. Gross, James Know Ison and William We'i«, all
«r friday Harbor, W. T
35 aw John P, Gowey, Register.
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The that (erm will begin on J-nu try T.h
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Board, furnished room, tuition, an laun
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Iddrt-u, THE SIX, New York Illy.
U. S. Land Office at Olympia, \V. T.
Sep. 7 1885.—Notice is hereby given that John
W. Modie lias Hied notice of intention to make
Hnal proof before the Judge, or in his absence,
the Clerk of Lite Probate Court,at his olllce in
Friday Harbor, VV. T. on Saturday the 7th day
of November, A. D. 18S5, 011 iiomcst'v.d Ap
plication No. *ll4O, for tlie Wjij of SE'.f
of SEf/ of See. HI, Tp 37 and Lot 3 of Sec. ti
Tp 3d N, R 2 West.
Henam-sas witnesses; Joiui T. Oldham,
Edward llitchius- William Hurtton and O. N 1
Aldon all ofOrcss Island \V. T.
a7*Gw John F. Gowey, Register.
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Daniel S. bwi r hu- fiU' l n *i * <*t n
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!• IJ, for the Lot 7 of Sc-, li and Lots 1, 5, »>, 7 . nd 8
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