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Tuesday, November 5. 1878. CA*PAIO* PICTURE.—Mr. l' rer has ; u rt finished a political p-.ctu: •. * brief description of which we wili .ttempt to give but to be appreciated it must be seen'. It »* entitle 1 '-The Democ racy on tha Sound." Above all is se»-n flying the American flag, headed with , streamer "Washington Democracy." The constellation of itars in the flig represents the O. S. N. Co.. N. P. 11. R Co. Under this banner Mr. Cat on mounted on the Democratic hobby borse hanging on to one end of the ra.l road plank in tho Democratic platform, which seems to be more than he ci:i earry, and one end of it is dragging heavily in the sawdust. Emery, Burke god Nash are in the lead, with ropes attached to the horse's head trying to assist it along with its big load. Col. White, with his face close to the rear of the horse, and his bands upon its biDd-quarters, is endeavoring to push the poor overloaded animal along, at the same time exclaiming. "Oh! Col onel. that pl»nk smells bad!" CoU onel Larrabcc is off to one side, and seeing the forlorn hope of ever getting through the sawdust with such a load to carry, throws up his bands in holy horror, and exclaims: •'od—n the plank ! ! !" On the road, jost ahead of this train, is represented a mile-stone, on which is written. "To Washington, in a horn." The evil spirit of the N. P. U. It Co. and O. S. N. Co ,is hovering over tho scene. It has hut one body and two heads, and holds torches which shed cratic" light, and seam to illumine up and encourage the train below. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING.— Ti - ler's Hall was filled uncomfortably full la»t evening by citizens assembled to listen to tho various speakers announc ed to talk to them upon that occasion. Col. Larrabee led olf with a soundly logical and conclusivo explanation of some of the objectionable features of the proposed Constitution, and ufter introducing t Lit; railroad question, gracefully Rave way to tho other speak ers. Mr. Haller followed with a short, well committed speech, which had the virtue at least of being very brief, and to the point. Judge Burke then made the only political speech of the evening, in which he advised the people to vote for Mr. Caton Col. White was loudly called, and for about twenty minutes hft waded into Mr. McGilvra after the most approved Oregon style. The band Was present end sandwiched the meet ing with several patriotic airs. All in *ll tho meeting last evening was ono of the largest attended yet field during the preseut campaign. THE LAGIKOXDE. - Last evening this •ohooncr under c ommand of Captain B. C. Genereaux, cam* it.to our harbor, and hauled" alongside of Yesler's wharf where she will unload about 150 tons of freight, after which she will go to Port Blakeley for ft load of lumber. The La Gironde was No. 11 of the schooner* built by Hall Brothers of Port Mali -100 and is three years old. She brought freight for Olympia, Port Madison, Port Townsend, Port Gamble, Tacoma, New Tacoma and the following for Seattle: Sohwabaclior Bros. & Co., 082 pkgs, Waddell & Miles, 542 pkga. nnd 500 fire brick, T. Lyle, 35 pkgs. W A. Jennings, 251 do; Hendricks «?c C 'rtis. 100 do; Crawford & Harrington, 850 do L S. Rowe, l'do; D. Morri*. 1 carriage; Yoklas & Singennan, 14 do; L. Reiuig, 50 do; Hall, Paulson A Co , 2 do; E. L. Marshall, Co. 1 do. NKAKLY FINISHED.—MR J. 11. Page who lifts tha cribbing contract on the new l>oach liuo of railroad his got along admirably with liis work. The work could all be finished in seven or eight days of pleasant woather. The work does not necessarily have to be finished until the first of December, bat Mr. Paige will complete it before - the middle of this month if the weather will permit. CALLED. —We reo-ived a call yes terday from Mr. William B. Crosson, formerly of this city, and at ono time a typo on tfco INTELLIOENCEK. Mr Crosson went Oregon about two years •go, and is now ono of the publishers of the lUmittr, at Dallas, Polk county, Oregon. Mr. C. is on a flying trip to Port Townscnd. and will return to the land of "Webfoot" in a few days. WE are sorry to learn th it Mr. Paul flOQi of this city, had his hand badly Hscerated in Oakland. o*l., a few days •g°. by the coming together of two oara. Mr. Pumphrey who went to San Francisco at the same timo Mr. Panl Son did, will t > at home to-morrow evening, when full particulars concern ing the accident eau be ascertained. THE ALASKA. —This steamship left bew yesterday at noon for Tacoma, •here she wilt take on a large lot of freight, and return here on Wednesday or Thursday morning. She will »'* here on Saturday morning »t 2 carrying passengers for ten dol ors steerage, and twenty dollars cabin. Commission eus an o Ajsessoh;?.—Tbo «tt>l status of the law r«!atire to vot fa| for and Assessors, ** believe is that do voter can vote for My two candidates residing in tbe same "*iag precinct. Bittkk. —One of Dr. Calhcuu'a little was badly bitten about the throat **d lace by a ferocious dog with which was playing on Sunday. The •winds arc quite painful and will be jig to disfigure v thc little fellow far Bhupijjg. —The Dreadnought arrived ''•Ban Francisco cn Saturday; al?i» the from Port Garni 1 \ Same day ttaQem of the Ocean saih d for and Modoc for Port Gamble. Tbe i "*«| Brothers sailed for Nanaiuio. steamer North Pacific passed up Bound early ta?t evening. She as a new pin sinoe the re- ber trips on the Soood. llow BALLARD STAXDS.—-The follow ing item is from the Olympia Tnnrript an independent paper published at the capital, and it shows how Mr. Ballard j* legardtd A here uc is best known. 1 here is probably DO offi f to be fiilcd in the coming election of much greater importance to the people than that of Prosecuting Attorney, and it should be the duty of tLe people to vote for the candidates for that position who :»re the most capable and who will attend to the duties Inst. In this district we have freely spoken of the abilities of the republican nominee. Mr. Bloom field, who, HM yet, has no competitor. In the Third District, the Republican nominee, Irving Ballard, Ksqr. is capable and well qtHlifbd. He is a lawyer of good ability, and wid in-ikc nn bonen' and faithful officer. It is the duty »f every voter, regardless rf j arty t i support a candidate with suah qual ification*, UD 1 we cannot sea how any intellicent and respectable voter in that district ran do otherwise than sup port hiin." D. H.TALBOT.—This gentleman who has recently !>een advertising bis busi nns quite extensively ir. pome of the news pap' rs of the Territory as dealing in "soldier's additional homesteads," and various kinds of scrip, has been misrepresented by some other pa pers that did not receive his patronage. We hive bef ire us a copy of the Sioux City Tribune, of October lTth, one of the largest and most influential jour nals published in lowa, which contains nearly a column of editorial descrip tion of Mr. Talbot's business, and rec omtneudine that gentleman to the pub lic in ibe highest terms Wc al«o have «ten copies of other papers published in that State, which speak in the high est terms of that gentleman's veracity and HCtive upright business rapacity. We gladly make this statem«nt injus tice to Mr. Talbot, whom we consider liiis been greatly misrepresented by a class cf unscrupulous and jealously <:i»- po»ed newspapers. BEAUTIFUL CAKE.— Mr. Piper sent one of the most handsome wedding cakes to Olynipia the other day we have ever seen. It WAS a perfect ma«s of beauty. It is intended for a couple that are to lie married at the capital city in a day or so. They are both members of the ''Champions of the Bed Cross." The cake was gotten up emblematic of that order, being mount ed with a cross, around which were the letters C. li. C., and above which is tho monogram Y. H. The parties are Mr. Jno. V. Yantis, son of Judge Alex. Yantis, and Miss Hume, all of Olympia WOMAN'S RIGHTS.— Mr-. A. B. Hunt ington was uominated by the Republi cans of Cowlitz county, for school su perintendent; bat an impression pre vailing that a woman was not eligible to the office, her name was withdrawn. It his since been ascertained that the Washington Territory statutes allows a woman to hold the office, and Mrs. Huntington's nomination has been con firmed. She is said to be well educat ed and to have business and teaching experience wbich fully qualifies her for the position. STAR M.LI.S. Although Mr. Buzby dots not claim to be the leading miller on the eoa<t, his customers say that he makes as coo l if not a superior atticle of fiour to any other in this market. He received on the last trip of the Libbv, from Whidy Island, 581 sacks of wheat, and on the return of that steamer to the lower Souud she took 150 sacks of fiour from his mill to customers in that section of the country. STILL DESERTED.— The only arrival in our harbor since the departure of the Enoch Talbot, the labt veswl to load coal here, was the schooner La Gironde and she will leave in a day or so for Blakcly. Elliott Bay has net been without failing vessels of some sort for so long for years. Truly our harbor presents a deserted appearance with out them. GAIT. FLOYD, of the Tatoosh light house, has tendered his resignation as principal keeper at that place. He has been appointed to the position of bead keeper at Point Adams liglithouse. on th»* of Oregon. His place at Ta toosh ha* been filled by the appoint ment of Capt. Ale*. Nampsou, wh® was until recently first a«*isUnt at that point. LA HO K TANKS. —Messrs Card & Lair, at their factory on Mill street, are turning out all sorts of wood work. Yesterday we noticed a number of large vats or tank?, to hold fish or beef, while undergoing the process of curing, that were admirably constructed for the purposes to which they art? soon t> be put. The Tharatoa County Republicans « m ■ held one of tbe larg.st m»sa meetings uvr your groceries »t T. Lyle'a, the that eter wsmblnl in OljmpU. laat che»pe»t h.m« la the citj Quick ial«« night. Th •» to carry Thura.oo and sm.ll profit, .. my motto for Brc&ts, > J 200 majority. The Bepubluant btll a large and [ enthusiastic in cling at Ne»c stle last evening. Am>ug the speakers were Messrs. Fallard, Anlrews and Mo- Gilrra HOTEL AEBIYALS. AME'.UCAK HOrSE. Z M R*i:». Bell in* ham BCI»«» Foo«et. Oiftupn ll 8F Geo * tans*. Jo do AW Whhte. Fid.!fio J.m.VM»d»« n. do Pa< ick Fr-at, WUite K J -V *W d=> MUea aiglow. T~-o:ua V-™ • Uo J While. Aatoria Cit , WFlUpartriek.llewcaaUe TV&. Sw.aI.TKM~, Wbite R J H Miller. Lake Waab J 48 ehu * »£&»• c ?r «• JV, K , oc d > L ft. a«, SamUh Jt hIS.II do EM Lalmer. CMy F»nVy. do E earner v:«ka W Drema-i. KEW KE4IASP HOTEL. t- Ta-owa Jao Elwoad. Ft GuaUto I %££ XTnUh Hr Terry. N«n»*k W WIS: Sr««.'k O L Ware, WuMU W k|tc K JnoGmmm, Pt W**U L MU* M Carvy. Victoria White* M«« Mcrgan k cihld. d.» K OraJkam. <*a OSIHrfK-y. PnwaiaUh J FonaU *. *» Are Fat People Healthy.? Why aro fit people always complain ing' asks some one who entertains the popular though erroneous, notion that health is .synonymous with fat. Fat people complain because they are dis eased. 01>e*ity is an abnormal coodition of the system, in which the saccharine and oleaginous elements of the food are assimilated to the partial exclu «i >o of the muscle-»forming and brain producing elements. In proof of this, it is only necessary to assert the well known fact that exclusively fat peo ple are never strong, and seldom distin guished for mental powers or activity. Beddes, they are the easy prey of acute and epidemic diseases, and they are the frequent victims of gout, heart dis ease. and apoplexy. Allen's Anti Fat is the x»nly remedy for this disease. It contains no acid, is absolutely harmless and is warranted to remedy the confirmed case of obesity, or corpulency. Liver is King. The Liver is the imperial organ of the whole human system, as it controls the life, health and happiness of man. When it is disturbed in its proper action, all kinds of ailments are the uatural result. The digestion of food, the movements of the heart and blood, the action of the brain and nervous system, are all immediately connected with the workings of the Liver. It has been successfully proven that Green's August Flower is uuequalled in curing all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, and all the numerous symptoms that result from unhealthy conditions of the Liver and Stomach. Sample bottles to try, 10 cents. Posi tively sold in all towns on the Western Continent. Three doses will prove that it is just what you want. BAKE CIIAXCE EOU BUSINESS. Pink bam & Saxe, proprietors of the large clotuing establishment, on the corner cf Commercial aud Washington frtreecs, have concluded to retire fr % :n busindss on account of ill health, aud they offer their entire stock and fixtures to any parties who desire '•» cn uag4 in a first class business, at a great bargain. Their store is situated in one cf the best locations in Seattle, and the firm are doing a good, steady business. Auy one can get the whole stock, fix tures and business on the easiest and most lil>er*l terms by calling at the store, or corresponding with the firm. oct3od*wtf SHERMAN HYDE «fc Co. Pacific Coast Agents. Also agents for the celebrated Estey and Standard Organs. For Sheet Music and Brass Instruments, address SHE KM AN, HYDE & Co., augH-dAwlv San Francisco. SEW ARRlVAL. —Mecdames Bur roughs & Keith have just received from San Fraucisco a splendid new stock of millinery, hats, bounets, etc , of the lat est Fall styles, which they will dispose of at the lowest prices. Patrons are in vited to call and examine their stock. All work in their liue executed neatly and promptly. They also have the agency for A. Burdette Smith's pat terns. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, AT VICTOHIA Persons visiting Victoria should not fail to stop at tho Occidental Hotel. It is the first hotel from the steamboat landing ; is fire-proof; has good accom modation for families, and as good meals as any house in the city, at only $1 00 per day. WM. JENSEN, Wharf street, Victoria, P. C. CALL ON J. A. MCPUEE for Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Cutlery. He keeps the best supply iu the city and sells at the cheapest rates. Customers may be supplied at either wholesale or retail. Stand in S. Kenny's merchant tailoring establishment, Commercial street. Se attle, W. T. myl7 dtf Sic SEMPER SALERATUS.— Notwith standing the excitement about the ad mission of our Territory into tho Union, the celebrated AIR GUN at the Centen nial Saloon still bits the bulls-eye every time, Dennis Kearney to the contrary notwithstanding. TIIB Fountain Beer Hall, Froot street, neat to the North Pacific Brew ery, is the largest and finest in thocity. All kinls of Beer, Ale aud Porter for •ale. Lunch from nine to one o'clock every day; aiso, fine lunches to order. MAISON DOKEE RESTAURANT, Front street, next to the " Arcade " Second !to none Open day and night. New furnished rooms up stairs for trav eling guests. D. H. WEBSTBU, Propietor. Bocs Beer in pints and quarts, for sale by CRAWFORD A HARBINQTON, Agents. DEXTER HORTON & CO., BANKERS SEATTLE, W. T. Dtp. .-ire Eton van and accoots KIiPT fCBJKCT TO CHECK OB HBAIT. Slfi;' Kxf *nf tad Tele*ia*d>tc Trinrfw or. Sao >, P >■: Mad tod Xe* Toik. fiifUi *ud 61x1 f-day b ; IW of Ei-han*e d-atea ia »u-ia U> cult direct 0:1 L -jn-iua. arailal !e anj »htre ID lorjpe W>>n»y lotud o< »pp ve-1 *-cori' J. D'tt i, ?t><-k&,and ottc rweitt l oa tor u • ie* pin CoH«v o * uiadf wueaad* promptly remitted. •cUMtf FOR REHT OR SALE. \ rcvTEAJL neaiRADLE Dwnxiss or six A Eorma, rooasaadtßs a bcactlfal Tie* of the lay. Coracr W PVRk aad fmtct atrccta. Apply mLM. Ban, aw Cfctltenf» (tare. Or Mr*. A. K-dd, Hew Eaglaad Hotel. oeilS^Un MISCELLANEOUS DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB CONGRESS, IN. T. CATON, IWNM GENERAL, J. B. ODELL. BRIC A MRS GENUAL, GEORGE HUNTER. COMMHSART GENCBBL, BEN. MURPHY. QCAftTERMASTEB GENERAL. C. D. EMERY. FOR PRO-ECCTtNG ATTORSET. G. M. HALLER. FOB COCSCTLMAX, JOSEPH FOSTER. FOI ATIVT», P. P. PADDEN, W. H. WHITE, WILLIAM PICKERING. FO* SHKUry. T. D. HINCKLEY. FOR TRSAVRER. R. L. THORNE. FOB ACDITOR, M. S. BOOTH. FOB PROBATB JCDGK, THOMAS BURKE. FOR ASSESORS, R. HOPKINS. FOE COCSTT COMMISSIONERS, M. R. MADDOCKS, JAS. BEGLIIA, TERRENCE O'BRIEN. FOB COCSTT SCBTRTOB, J. G. SCURRY. TOR COCSTT SCPERINTENDE.NT or FCBLIC SCHOLS. E. S. INGRAHAM. ROB CORONER, THOMAS S. RUSSELL. WRECEMAGTEB, L. DILLER. r«R JUSTICES or THE PEACE— SEATTLE FEECISCT, ALBERT M. SNYDER, SAMUEL F. COOMBS. FOR CONSTABI E9 —SEATTLE PRECINCT, G. W. BOARDMAN, WM. DARLINGTON. To the Voters of King County. SHOULD I BE ELECTED TREASURER Ar THE en«uii>e election I will not charge tbe 10 per cent on delinquent taxes.'uu'il the Ist day of Feb ruary rest. R. L. THORKE. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOB — JUSTICE OF THE PEACE N. S. BARTLETT. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOB— REPRE SENTATTVE, A. S. MILLER. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR, JULIUS HORTON. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOB— COUNTY COMMISSIONER, C. W. LAWTON. To the Voters of King County. GEKTLEMEH: —( notice in this morning's papers a card over the slgna'ure of R. L. Tborne Democratic nominee for Couuty Tteasurer, which reads as fallows: > "To TAB VOTERS OP KISG COCXTT Should Ibe electei Treasurer at the ensuing election I will not cuunre tbe t«n i.er cent, on delinquent taxes until the first of Fttniary next. (Signed) R. L. THORNE." Tbe oatb of office taken by tbe County Treasurer elect is as follows: "I, A. 8.,d0 solemnly swear lha; I will support tbe Constitution of tbe United Slates, and tbat I will faithfully and ho-estly per form tbe duties of County Treasurer of King Coun ty, Wa-hingon Teriitory, In accordance with tbe prescribel laws, during my continuance in office, 8> I e'p me liod." Tb general revenue law of Washington Territory passed at tbe last session of toe Territcrial Legisla ture, in defining tbe duties of County Tieasureric the collection of taxes provides of follows, to wit: "Sec. 35. On tbe Ist dar of December, of each year all onpaid taxes la tbe 2d District -ball become delinquent. ••••••• "Sec. £B. To all delinqu-nt taxes, ten percen'. of tbe amount tbieof shall be ad.ied as a penalty, and sLall be collected by tbe Treaurer at tbe same time and in tbe same manner tbat tbe tax Is col lects See. 44. Tbe Treasurer shall continue to receive payment of all taxes after the same sball bare be come delinquent, bu' he SHALL BEQCIBB ALL DEUX QCESTS TO PAT TBE TEX PES CEBT. PEVALTT A»D IS TEX EST AS PROVIDED BT TSU ACT." Mr. R L Tbome pledges himself tbat should he be elected be will not enforce or colli ct tbe penalty prescribed by law until February ls>, 187#, though he must necessarily have taken the oatb of offic; to perform tbe daties of Treasurer in accordance with the prescribed taw* during bis continuance In office. Does Mr, Tborne propose to violate bis oath of office should be be elected, and not en'orce the laws tbat he has taken bis solemn oatb to obey » So far as lam concerned, I can only say to ihe people of KIOE County tbat should I he re-elected to tbe office of Cou ty Treasurer I shall strive, as in tbe past, to do my whole duty acavrdiog to the laws, without partiality or favor to any man or class of men. I bare l-een persistently accusal by evil disposed person", of being tbe author ol tbe pies rot Resesue Lav,and of o«;ng try influence tn sec a relu pa-saze at tb'tast v-ssioo of tbe Trrrit rial Legislature. New 1 destre to posit IT el r aa I uoeqairocally state, tiiat 1 iierer directly or to! rectly bad an»tb ng to do with drafting or in any wanner irfiueociog t ie pas sage of said Taw; that 1 ntver raw said law until a ter lr s passage, and io vindicati nif tbe assent n I re fer to Huo. C. 11. Hanford, nnslitr of Conccil from this County, who I nsderstand was tbe au<bor of tbe present Revenue La*, also Hon. (}. W. TiMxlls end Hor. Joseph Foster, member? nftUe L>gtilaMre As sembly from thia (."•lor.lr. GEO. D. HILL. Pore Sweet Cider AT— SGJTTLE SODA WORKS, Under the Bazar, SO Ceito per Gallon. FAMILIES SIP PLIED. Mvtttvln MISCELLANEOUS. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR CONGRESS. HON. THOS. H. BRENTS. rot reosifcrmr, ATTORNET. IRVING BALLARD BSTO IPIRR CNNIL JOHN H. SMITH LUMN CISU.IL A.SLORAH QRARTEKMASTER GENERAL, F. W. SPARLING COMMTSSABT GENEBAL. D. W. SMITIL FOB COCSCILMAN, G. S. DUDLEY FOB REPRESENT ITITKS, Y L. P. SMITH D. B. WARD and IRA WOODEN N<B TREASCREE. GEO. D. HILL 808 SHERIFF. L. V. WYCKOFF FOB COCOT IR»M>B, L. B. ANDREWS FOB PROBATE JRPCR, D. P. JENKINS FOB ASSESSOR, EDGAR BRYAN 808 COROSER, DR. F. W. SPARLING FOB COCNTT COMMISSIONERS. DAVID T. DENNY, R. STEARNS and PETER SAAR FOR COCSTT SCBTKTOB, PHILIP G. EASTWICK roB SCHOOL SCPERINTENDEST, E. S. INGRAHAM FOR J ['-TICKS or PEACE, R SCOTT, G. L. HATCH roi CONSTABLES, W. W. BARKER, M. V. MILLS TO THE DEMOCRATS -OF SNOHOMISH, KITSAP, AND WHATCOM. r flIE JOIST COUNCILMAN BELONGS TO J. Wtiatcom County. Kitsap County bus put E. Hammond before tbe ruMic. 11. Rhodes, working iu tbe interest of others, publishes tbe withdrawal ot G. Savage. There has been no Democratic Con vention. G. Sivagr- i. still a candidate, and our choice. WHATCOM DEMOCRAT. 4 . oc<29-dftwtd To the Voters of King County. Captain Op). D. Hill answers my late card, la which, if elected, I propt se to remit the tea per cent, upon delinquent tuxc-s until after Feb. lit, by boljrly alleging tbst such co:.duet would be a viola tion of my oatb of office. The sections if the Revenue Laws are quoted cor rectly so far as they go, and show that Capt. Hill Is tnorougbly familiar with the provisions ot the Act 1 Wby it.en does be uot quote Stctiou 46, which reads as follows: -IS ADDITION TO THE OTBKK COMrBXSATIOS AND EMOLUMENTS ALLOWED TO HIM. THI TEEASCBEB SHALL RECEIVE THE TIN PU CUT. CPOM Oi.LIXQCI.NT TAXIS COLLECTED AS PE.IALTT, WHCTBEB TUK SAME BE COL LBCTED BT DISTRESS OB PAID VOLCXTARILT BT THE DB LIXQCEXT. The Act faitaer provides that tax payers shall pay to the County, City, or District, as the case may be, at the rate of twenty dve per cent, from and after Decenr.ber Ist, upon the amount ol delinquent taxes, and this the Treasurer cannot remit; but be can remit bis own lees, as can any other officer, and thus aid the farmer who Cannot by D<rc<-mber Ist realise on bis crops, as well as others who are unable to pay by tbat time. Capt. Hill quotes bis eath of < flier. It is well known tbat in a large number of casta, where he could mike political capital, he has heretofore re mitted bia ten per cent, collection fee. If he 1B correct, lias he not already vitiated his oatb * I propose to treat all alike. But as Capt. Hill has installed himself keeper of my eoofclence, and ap pears to be BO anxious about my salvation, I will for bis and your benefit quote from Sec lon 8 of (be Act of the Teriltorlml In gislature app.oved January 31st, 1867. and which is now in force: "No person belonging to the Army or Navy of the United States, shall be elected to or hold any civil office or appointment In this Territory." Also from the Laws ot the United States, re vised Statutes. Section 1854: "Mo person holding a Commission or Ap pointment under the Lnited States, except Post masters, shall be a raen.ber of the Legislative As sembly, or shaU hold any office under the Gov ernment of any Territory " Also, Revised Statues U. 8., Sec 1094, provides that, "The Arm* of the United States shall consist of one General, one Lieutenant Qeneral * • • The Officers of the Army on the ritirtd list, etc., etc. HI W Capt Hill holds a commission as Captain in the regular army of the United States, and is placed upon the retired list with an annual salary of about $1,660 for life, and most of the time with nothing to do Thia Ido not envy him; he served in the army during the rebellion, and our Vuunded soldier*, should be well remembered. It la well known thai some months since he wssordrrcdto duty in connection with Indian matters at Neah Day, and was obliged to leave the office in the hands of a deputy. He is welcome, also, to make what he can In Indian matters, but when he is openly violating the lasrs of tbe Territory and of the Uuired States, I do not wish him to "shake his gory locks at me" and flaunt in my face the oath of office to be taken by the Treaaurer. especially when in these times of financial distress and dej>reß->ion I offer to aid the tax payers on or MT OWN POCKET R. L. THORNK. TO THE VOTERS OF SEATTLE PRECINCT. BELIEVING IN TIIE 813HT OF EVERY UK'S to ran for office if be sees fit. and that men and not party ikoo d be the criterion for County offices, I h-reby annnnnce myself as • candidate forth* office of Constable at tba • turning election; and tf elected I will discbarge my duties equally as wall in the future as in tba past, and there fore ask the suffrages of the voters of Seattle Pt emit. W. V. LETS. FOR ALE. One Full-Blooded Durham 8011, And Other Stock. At.SO ONE SPAS OF THREE-TEAR-OLD Tom Merry €•!!«, Well broken to ride and drive, together with a douWe habeas and good boggy. Tbe above property is for anla cheap for cash, or ou tims with goo<! security. Apply to octi-dfcwlm JOHN J. McGILYRA. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE partnership turetoforr existing between Tbaopnile Oard and Fn-ncDeo, Hotel Eeepars at Mliu n. W. T., is tbis day dissolved by "Sfiki!r W THEOVSILE OARD. MISCELLANEOUS. P. W. WAL D. (Successor to Wusthoff Wala), £* £ A | s ' f ■■ :•] ? I " 2 js Ol fz^f 5 j" Se pi Agrioultiiral Implementa. H. W. ROWLAND FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENCY Seattle, - Wash. Ter'y- REPRESENTING: * OrgMitttd. .\asrt*. rKION FIRE AND MARINE "ItMS $ 7.VS tk« ST. PAI L FIRE AND MARINE 1W» .'" 1 OOOOfIU NEW ORLEANS ASSOCIATION I«ki . ST. JOSEPH f IRE AND MARINE ,'...'l*i7 UKMWt AMERICAN CENTRAL... 1853. 1 ikH)4IOO COMMERCIAL CMON i*u 12 Wooo NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE \M\> 2 000000 LA CAISSE GENERALE iss,. ftjmooo ST»NDARD 11*59..." 7,1K10,ti00 continentai us. ; W Pollcir* lMaed on dc*lr»blo pmptrfy at fair r»tr«. L"tw« p.pilUbly adjnitrd and promptly paid. H. W. ROWLAND. ■l3-d*wff HEATTI.E DRCO STORE. CRAWFORD & HUBHGTWt, IINMIS AMD JOMK SEATTLE. W. T. The Finest Stock on Pug# Sound <,f GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Hardware, Cutlery, IRON AND STEEL, Tools and Implements of All Kinds CROCKERY Sc GLASSWARE, Paints, lOils and Gloss, Foreign and X>omeHti(* Wines, Liquors and Cigars, LIME, PLASTER, BRICK, CEMENT, &C. Agent* for Fish Bros. &CoAs Celebrated Wagons, BOCA BREWING CO., IMPERIAL NORTHERN AND QUEEN INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON AND LIVERPOOL. Aggregate Capital $33,000,000 Crawford Harrington, COMMERCIAL STREET, ■ SEATTLE, W. T. FALL RACES. THE UlH)EB£ir.KEb HAS MABE AKIIA.NI.K -MKNT.H isy WHICH TIIEE'I WILL lit: Two DajM Racing. Ia which ail ful hors?s ia the Territory are de sired to take part. Tlie racing season will com mence on and continue through FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, November 22d and 23d, AT THE SKATTM: RACE COI RNR Among the races %< ranged for that occasion will be. Friday forenoon, a single dash baif-<uile running race. Free to all; pu.se $150; horses to carry catch weights. On Saturday forenoon, a running race, beat two In three, oce mile bests, free for all; puiae 1130; catch Weights. And Saturday afternoon, a running race, best two in three, one-haif mile beats. For three yesr-olds. Washington Territory brt'l: purses 1150; hone* to carry HO pr.uz.de. In *1) the above races 25 per cent, of the gross HS'iUt of purser ottered in each race will l«e charged as an entrance fee for the same. Two thirds .Ithe pane given to best h'>rse; one-third to second bent. All the race, to be governed by the National Holes, which will be strictly carried oat. All entries most be maue an. I entrance mousy put up b7 Wednesday evenlua, Nov 30.1H78. v JOrt. BIMUNDH. octl'J-dAwlm Proprietor Seattle Track. NOTICE. PASTIES ISDIBTKL TO THE BAIKBHIDOE Hotel, Fort Blak'ly, will pltaae sett.'e their accoontaon or b»fore November l»t. KfTd. as there after all account* will be placed in the bande of an attorney fore Election. TATLOII k BACEMA*. oct x.-dim Proprieties. Rooms to Rent HOUSES TO RENT Lots and Farms for Sale and for Lease. LOANS NEGOTIATED, Abstracts of Title and Deeds M*<le op on returnable term a. Orders Keceived for Grading and Clearing' of Lois and Streets. Apply over Brag Store, oppoeite Occidental Bote! > ill street*. FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS. SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Ton, BELIVK :EB OX iSOAED WlTnOl't A MOMENT'S BELAY I'EOM bUNKEKS B PKCIAIXT CUN-rrttinKD TO ACCOM MO BATE S": USD STEAMEE-*. ?sve tlm? su<l m n*y by getting jour (o«lnl the S. a k T. Co. st ft sttle. W. 11. BFAMANS, octSMtf Utneral Minager.