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Tuesday, August 26, 1879. THH NOVO OP" THE SWING. Our swing bangs high 'n< ath a willow tree, Aud we two m< rry maidens b**. CELIA. ■Swing high, cwir.g low' O, while wo po. Mine t>o the son I that first shall sing, And thine the Hpjrit answering. ANTIIAE- Swing low, swing high' We tuouDt, wt fly! The first sweet singer shalt thou he, And I with *ong -hall answer thee. < KLIA. My soul is as the winds that sweep From shore to shore acro«» the deep;—J ANT HEA. An ! mine teems as a bird to flit From tree to tree inviting it. f'ELiA. O, mine i» as the strain that soars As high, as high As words can fly, Then downward all its rapture* poors A.NTHEA. And mine seems as a voice to roam; From steep to steep It loves to leap, Tiil Kcho backward bring* it home. CELIA. With ebb and flow the ceaseless tide Creeps in and out far and wide; ANTIIEA. With ebb and flow 'tis ours to ride Upon u light love's fickle tide. cELIA. Swing high, swing low! Yet *ll v not so; For Silvio surely loves so well. And what sad tal« bast thou to tell '< ANTIIEA. Swing low, swing high' Nor weep nor sigh; He loves not well who love, not long, Shrdl be the liurdeu of in;, -ong. CELIA. My soul in as some sheltered bay. Where Silvio's bark shall ever stay; ANTIIEA. And mine siomn hh a wind to sweep, This pirate Silvio from the deep. CEL.IA. 110 loves mo - ANTIIEA. True! Ho loves ma too; He loves, he loves, as false ruen do. CELIA. but then last night he softly said — ANTIIEA. That lie and I should Homo day wed! CELIA. Then twixt the red rose and the white, His love shall And no rest tonight. anthEa. Hi-twixt the white roso and the red, Though he uiuy roam he shall not wod. CELIA AND ANTIIEA. All, no, no, no! For high or low, He laves not well who loves not long, Shall be the burden of our song. Ul TKI.KtiHAPII ANIJ MAII.. LONDON, Aug 18— Tho I'all Mall (la :ette unys : A» Cashuiere is tho only part of India which Appear* to be Mill threat ened with famine, there are hopes of a revival of prosperity in India. So con fident is tin* feeling in Manchester that anticipation* aro indulged in, and here aud there preparations arc made for a grout revival in the Eastern trade. In the British iron trade there are even signs of improvement that have reached the stage ID which workmen aro begin ning to clsiui increased wages. In Sheffield the starting of new furnaces ii contemplated, as stocks are beiug re duced. A cheerful feeling in other trades is reported, though business at precent i* stagnant. Timely rain in Cashmere might yet secure half the averago rice crop. The st itement mode B jmu time ago that this would be enough tj support the people rests upou the assumption, apparently well founded, that half of the inhabitants hare ei ther perished by famine or have emi grated. In consequence of storms, traffic is s intended ou the railway between Ches ter aud 'lolyhead. A viaJuetat Lland-! dill**, Wales, has I H'Q washed away. | aUosmueof tho bridgts. Several sew-. ers w«-re burst by the freshets on the lines of the Liverpool railways. Birk euhead is lk. led. There has been 13 hours of continuous rain at Chester. In , Derbyshire, Trent and Derweot the river | overflowed alt tho low lyiug lands. BARRK, (Ontario) August 18— In the single scull race, wi'h a turn, three miles, llanlan was first. Riley second, 20 seconds behind, Kennedy third, Oaii dout fourth, Berry fifth. In coining up llanlan stopped live times and turned and called Riley to come on. Immedi- j ately after turuing the buoy au unknown sculler got right in the sculler s conrsp. ! When within less than a length of each ■ other, llanlan. looking around, saw the stranger, aud. backing with his right aud pulling Lard with hi* left, he es caped a collision by a foot and a half, hi* oar scraping the unkuowu shell. Kiley, while Haulan was drilling past the stranger, to<>k a lead of three fourths of a length Haul an, as soon as clear d, i quickly closed the gap. trailing Kiley the whole way homo. AIKHII one hun dred yards from the fini»h Riley wade a tremendous spurt, coming up rapidly, llanlan, thinking he had the race in haud, did uot re>poud, and both passed the winning line no* and nose, iu 2.TC, with Kennedy third and only 14 seconds behind. The judges, being inexperi enced, fired two shots iu quick succes sion, instead of only one, for a dead heat llanlan and the majority of ths spectators think he woi by half a length, but he is witliug to row it over again oo Wednesday. Although wnhin two feet of the sculler who nearly fouled him, the champion didn't ncogi.ue him. Host of the spectators believe thst the unknown was there purposely. Riley and Uaulan will row another match on Saturday, MEAT MARKETS BEEF! BEEF! BUY YOUR R\lO\ MARKET Al.'. KIN'S or REITS, VEGETABLE:, FLOUR, GROCERIES, And Canned Fruit*, I.ar«J. K(e. A! 1 orient prompts CUM. aal aat:ifactl»;n •«?wtf KNIPE 4. MARTIN. M. DENSMORE DEALER I.N FREBH AND BALTED MEATS lad * gtcral assortment of GROCERIES A.l*o the beet brand* of Tobawo MIMI C^lfifiirN. COtXBA OF TMIAI> A Jit IS! V .-iTEEITH. frbVdtf CHICAGO MARKET FRONT ST., SEATTLE. FRESH ANO SALT MEATS ALWAYS OH HAND. %f Farm Pro dune Dought and Sold. Onßum A Olfttadt. fiW If NORTH PACIFIC BREWERY AUGUST MEHLHORX, Trop r. TO M. BCOMIKC.) The Rest Hocr Always on Hand. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, jei-dawtf SELLING BELOW COST HAVING REMOVED TO FIIOrST NTItEET oFmsirr *. r. MHKwrar. THE INDIRiUGNED IS SELLING Ol.'T Ills FINE STOCK OK CHINA WARE AND ILL KINDS OF FANCY GLASSWARE UK LOW COST All Kinda of Crockery, Orocerlua, Provlaioua, •«., ax i heap aaany other hoiiee in town. Tobjcco, Cigars and all o'lier g.todi a; the ioweat price lor c.nb. Agent for Port Madinon Suioked Herrings. uih'JS-dtf H. I'III.KKLDKII. Pacific Mail STEAMSHIP CO. Summer Arrangement—lß79: THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP AEAI m KA. IOM Ton*, H. O. MOUSE, Commander, Will leave on tke datea hereafU- mentioned. K»rr from Seattle to San Kiaiii lai■«»: CABIN S'JO | STEKRAOE flO LEAVES tan Frauctaco Seatt'e 1 Victoria 1 July Id Juiyl* I July 21 | " Aug. K } AUK 11 > Aug. au - 2* I "30 Sept. 10 Sept. It ) Sept. 30 I •• >i THE STEAMSHIP CITY OF CHESTER 1.400 Tom. TETER MACKIE, COMMANDER. Will [aave on the following datea: Ban Franelaro \ Seattle I Vlttorla ) July 19 j July 10 ! Aug. » V }. '• .«> " So ! On Arrival, ! Aug M Sept. SO I I s-ept in •• 30 Thooe pteamer* leave Victoria at c<*n on the *ay advertiovt. Ticket* are H'Ud only on the eteamcr for whtch thry are pnrchaaeU, an 1 are not iranaferable. REDUCTION IN FREIGHT Hereafter the frrighU which. a» per tariff, have been per ton. wtl! be c!>arged at $5 ;>er ton. From a»l after thia ila'e Atx Baiwiaitn of Puget Bound paeeetigrrii b- T M. 8. H. 00. a ateamen tlaVrt riawlil t>e under cnatom.boQte aeal. and will n >t be nabjoct to eiamtnatlou by cuatoni bou«e authorities m Man Fr«cct*«o. Brattle. July 10. I*T9 For freight or | apply oo boar-t. or to H. L TIBBAI.S. Genera) A»;*at for Pu>ret Sound. furl Town—nd. W. T. It. A HR VMS' LIVERY. HICK AND FEED I STABLES Corrttr, of Ci ' imtrciiil <i uJ If i shiny t< i sfc», SEATTLE, W. T. Onlata for Hack* pniuptlt attended to day CM Wgkt. jyrTitf STEAMBOATS, Ac. For ShoaJwater Bay. Cray's Ha/bor. Part Townsend, Seatt(* f Vic'oria and Nanaimo. And «ii] call a! tfc»r Port* fho.ld Freishu offer. THE COABTTNO steamej: Alexander Duncan, JAMES CARROLL < v>mmaßder. Leaving Pacific Dock. Portland. Al'Gt*riT '4oi h. AT IP. 5t OC.o. on Jock foot of Salmon street. a: -tf Z. J. HATCH, Agent. For Tacoma sTeilacoom & Olympia. THE STAtNCH AND -EAWORTHV STEAMER jgfc ZEPHYR W R. BALLARD, Master, Carrying U. 8. Hails ar i Wella, Fargo A Co's Express, YIfILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT WEDNESDAY >A snd Friday morning* at 7A. *. and Sunday at 6. f. m., connecting with the Railroad at Ta coma. ortld&wtf THE STEAMER MARY TAYLOR It prepared to do all kinds of vowinre AND LOGaCta CAMP WORK. Towing Ships a Specialty. One of the most experienced pilots on Sound t« in command of this Steamer. All businras promptly attended to. For freight or pax gage apply on board or to 8. Waterman, Agent, Port Townseiid. jy'Jdtf M. B. CLARK, Master. AT THE THE STEAMER. CT ellie, CHAS. LOW, Master, Will leave Snohomish City every Monday lor S«»tt!o, ar«! rnturuiutf, will leave Seattle for Sno homish 11 n Wedue*day. Un Thursday will leave Huohomish again for Seattle, returning on the following Saturday. Apl2 tf For Tacoma, Steilacoom and Olympia. THE P. S. T. CO.'S STEAMER JesS, MESSENGER ! CAPT. J. a. PARKER, WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Iy3l-dtf THE STEAMER JCSfr JOSEPHINE, J. W. SMITH, Master. Will leave for Skagit City via La Conner, touch, lug at all way ports, every Monday and Friday. nlSdtf PORT BLAKELY £ SEATTLE THK PASSENGER STEAMER •N U C C K « « CAPT. NUGENT, Will leave SEATTLE FOR POrt Blak.ely Every Afternoon at 3 o'clock, and Return the next Morning at 9 o'clock. For paaaaga apply on board. f7-dtf PU6ET SOUND LINE. PROMPTNESS AND REGULARITY. REDUCED PKICKS. TIME REDUCED FIVE TO SEVEN DATS. The new and fa«t u-QAon< rs—R*port« r. ("apt. K.K'II. Eitvlalor, Capt. F.uate:. Courier. Capt. Smith. Humeme, Capt. Elliott, will make regular trip* from SAN FRANCISCO TO SEATTLE, DIRECT. Shipper* j.loise ordor by the abjve Line. Marine lueurance effected at the low.'*t rate*. ( BAN. H. WKLL9, A|T**t. 'JO California etreet, San Frar.elaco jeld-dawtf S. & W. W. R. R. SEATTLE TO RENTQN AND NEWCASTLE. P.BMCWGEB AND rREIOHT OABB OF THE Seattle and Wail* w»;'» Bailroad will laava Seattle #»trj day Bul,l*j-» eicvpted) it TJO t. an J 3 r. «. Arrive at R»c«oo at sjui.m. aad 2r. m. ait'tc at Ncveaatle at 9:36 a. m. and « r.M. EllTthynu, i«tv> at 11 a v. a>4 f p.*. A (TIT* at RMit.'n at 11:1$ A.M. and 3«S v. M. Arrive at Seattle at 1 a. v. and ' r.M. A'i ni it reef, foot of CwniHfrciiih J. M. COLM AN, Gen. Supt. WOOD WANTED. OSE HI KDRED OORD3 OF WOOD WAST oJ by Jonaa k McCotnb, at the ut Floor ing Xlil, Seattle, W. T. iiMU MISCELLANEOUS SEATTLE COAL —AND -• TRANSPORTATION CO Principal plnrf of BnnlneM, *»■ FrmirUr*. <'* l. Lwniloa of Work*, Klh( t/OBBty Washingtou Territory. ThU Co*jp*cy li now pr*pat»d to furnUh Superior Ouality of Coal IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT ! m. m. T m For Sale, at Low Prices ! Apply it th» Offlco of THE BKATTLS COAL k TKAJfSPORTATIOX COMPANY. Seattle. XoreapberTth. 1674. SHERMAN HYDE & CO San Francisco, The Largest Wholesale Music House on the Coast. GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE UNEQUALLED These Supeio Instruments hrve achieved ■ success unparalleled iu the history of Piano-fort* Manufacture. They are romarkablo for Great Volume, Pvttf and Sweetness of Tone, and Durability ALSO QEMCBAL AOE.SH FOB GERMAN UPRIGHT PIANOS AND STANDARDAND ESTEY ORGANS. Instruments Sold on easy Installments FOR SHEET MUSIC, BRASS INSTRUMENTS, And Everything in the Music Line, ADDUM SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., San Francisco, Cal. CHARLES NEAHER, Local Agent, SEATTLE. augSOdawly PURELY VEGETABLE AND FRUIT MTHIRTIC Dr. J. DE~PR ATI'S Hamburg Figs (MEDICATED) Picasant to the Palate, Powerful yet Gentle in Action. HAMBURG FIGS Act as an Appetizer. HAMBURG FIGS Cure Habitual Con. Btipation. HAMBURG FIGS Act aa a Tonic to the Bowels. Prepared from the choicest Fruits and Aromatic Herbs. HAMBURG FIGS Cleanse the Blood. HAMBURG FIGS Assist Digestion. HAMBURG FIGS Cure the Piles. Pleasant to the palate, they never create Nausea of the Stomach. HAMBURG FIGS For sale in every State, at 25 cents per box. HAMBURG FIGS For sale in every Town, at 25 cents per box. HAMBCRG FIGS For sale in every Drug Store, at 25 cents per box. Betain their Aromatic and Medicinal Properties is every Climate. HAMBURG FIGS Should be used in every Family. HAMBURG FIGS Should be used by every Traveler. HAMBURG FIGS Are recommended by every Physician. ABRAMS A CARROLL, HOLE AOF.NTS. Nan FrancUco. Cnl. dri-dfcwlj my Every Boot has a GrARASTEE STAX? inside, and the Vewhant of whom you buy them ia authored to return your mon«y if J3B Bt not sstiafled with the Boot*. It is THE BEST RUBBER BOOT In the Market. Aik for it, and take no other. IIKCHT BKOM & CO. BAN FBANCI3CO, SOLE OHXCRS. We carry the I .ardent stock cf Boot* and Shoes of all kinds ef mj huu»e in America. JylT-dawtf COIPEVIIXE HOTEL I'apt, L. B. Parker, Proprietor. CIOXTAISS TWENTY WELL FT RXIBHED > Booms. The table is excelled by ao ftrsu olaas hote! In the Territory. A large Beading Bom and every convenience of a first-class house. fli-wly FOUNTAIN BEER HALL Front St. next to >ortk Pacific Brewrry. THE Ci LfcBKATCD Schmieg's Lager Beer on Tap coas aid nr it. BsdwtiMr la (4aarte aad Plata. jel3-dtf FBXD. QAXCH, Proprietor. ' HELMBOLD S BUCHC. | H. T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND Fluid Extract BUCHU | PHARMACEUTICAL A Specific Remedy FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE Bladder and Kidneys For debility. Loss ol Memory, Indi«i>osltion to Exertion or business, Shortness of breath. Troub led with Thoughts of Diseare, DlmneiW of Vision, Pain lathe back. Chest end Ilead. Rush of Blood to th* Head, Pal* countenance. and Dry Skin. If these symptoms are allowed to £o on, very frequently Epileptic Fits and Consumption fol low. When the constitution becomes affected it require* the aid of an itvifcirating medicine to strengthen and tone up the system—which HELMBOLD'S BUCHU Does In Every Caw. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU IS UNEQUALED By any remedy known. It is prescribed by the mot: eminent physicians all ever the world in Rheumatism, Rpermatorrhas, Neuralgia, Nervousness Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation, Aches ami Pains, General Debility, Kidney Diseases, Uv«r Complaint, Nervous Debility, Kpllepsy, Head Troubles, Paralysis, General 111-Health, Spinal Diseases, Sciatica, - Deafness, Decline, Lumbago, Catarrh, Nervous Complaints Female Complaints, Ac. Headset*. Paia In the Bhouldprt, Conch, Diz ziness, Hour Htomaoh. Eruptions, Bad Taste In the Month. Palpitation of the Heart, Pain In the region of the Kidneys, and a thousand other pain ful lymptouts are the ofiepri&gs of Dyspepsia. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU Invigorates the Stomach And stimulates the torpid Liver, B>w<> and Kidneys to s healthy action, in r'.ean.'Qit tin- Mood of sii imparities, sod imparting new life snd TUOT to the whole «T«Un. A single trls', will bsqnit* safflcient to couvitce the most hesitating of iu valuable reuiidial qualities. Price s?4l per Uottle Or Six Bottles for $3. Dslivtred to any addresx from observation. " Patients" may c insult by letter, receiving the tame attention as by calling, by answering the following questions: 1, Give your name and post-f.fflce adlress ceunty sad Stat*, and your nearest express office J. Yoar age and eex? S. Occupation ? 4. Married or *iag<e? 5. Hight, weight now and in besltM ® Bow long have yon b**n sick ? '. TOM complexion, color of hair and eyee? 8. H»ve yoa a rooping or erect gait * 9. Belate without reservation all yoa know »b»«t your case. Eccloae one dollar ss consults* tiea fee. Your letter will then receive our atten tloa. aad we will give you the aature of yoar ill■ ease and our caadlU opinion concerning cure. Competent Pby«iclaiia sttend to cctrrespondeacs. All letters should be addressnd to Difpenaarr. HIT Filbert street, Pitladelphla, Pa. H. T. HELM BOLD. Druggist and Chemist; Philadelphia, Pa. SOLO EVERYWHEREj^^ MISCELLANEOUS. ROY AL POWDER Absolutely Pure. CONSVMER9 should bear in mind that t'-" Inc. mparable " Royal" N no* 'lm- -i'V I'jkin* ln the market made from pure Ut«|« Cream T rtsr. itm "r'ed exc'uslv lv for tl.;> j wder liirtct fi,m the wine growing di«*rlcl of France. An <>iJ e\ rienc >1 l.ou>fkeeiH*r « i.e* ''.at a! *he has to i>i« lew pennies bot* tor the "Soyal." finds that It goes to mncb tartber and work eh ett.r, « tit*. economy to use It. Another say* she u<e« 'he pow-lrr lu pudd. >*». s, ;u d al! >i-r «'f icmtr.. w.th«,u| e*z%. An old lady write* that It makes tbe cnly biacuit tier dy-pt pti»- tins: in I > e. t t. o » fau tbe be« and moat whol-some material* ar* used. Atprored by the Nrw Vrk f: • r»l ■ r Ilc tltU and- lrf, eminent cbemi.ts »< I>r. MOTT. S.«w York; l»r. HAYES, Boston; Pi of. (.KMII. Philadelphia. Sold tin cans nnlr. r'jfc* < N * c/ /> / ✓ * O *o * s>V 4 * /% CP HUGH HcILEGR & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL"HITLERS IN Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, COPPERWIItE TRUFf LEAD PIPE, «0N Vlft, STEAM PIPE, llfc£il GAS PIPE. COPPER PIPE, GFNERU STEAM AND ASSORTMENT of GAS FITTING Brass Goods SHEET LEAD, SHEET COPPER AND ZINC. All JOB WORK pertaining to the business promptly attended to. Orders from abroad solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. HUGH McALEER & CO., COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T. Seattle, June Ist, 1878. je3-dtf WA CHONG & CO., CHIMTA '■-< .% MXOMS! Contractors, Mill Owners, and others requiring Chinese help will be furnish ed at short no: ice. TEA DIRECT FROM CHINA, THE PUREST ANO BEST, At the Urick Store corner of Washington slid Third utrrcts, 3«»tf!e. Dealer in Rice, Opium and all Kinds or China Gooda. deeU-dtf ALBERT M. SNYDER, ATTORNEY FOR U. S. CLAIMS. Commiasiooer if IMs for Oregon and California, NOTARY PI'BLIC. COPYIST, Collector of Rents. Accounts, dir. PREEMPTION ENTRIES MADE AND llilME STEAD FINAL PROOFS TAKEN EOII SETTLERS. CONVEYANCINO DONE. LOANS NEGOTIATED THREE MONTHS' PAY. O fleers, Soldier* and Seamen of the M» xic. , Wer have lieen granted three months* ex'r* pay »» Ooo grew. Tbe W ct"W», C'hl'dr-n, Hrothert ::nd "is'ers of deceased S-Idlers h'h! -all;>rsa!e rntl'led under thea«t. AH such will da well to c .il on at" tnd mik'* application for the "am.-. SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD CER TIFIED LAND WARRANTS. Warrants of this class obtain)- ! far »oldi-rs who ba»* only enter,d a fractional pert of a 1«i acres of laud under the homestead law. 40. MO and !20 acre pieces,which arecertiflod I 7 the Commit-sioiisr of the Oencrsl Latul Ul'.l -c a» gen uine, snd which are subject to location without any settlement, furnished at shoit notice. INDIAN WAR CLAIMS OF and Or gon of IS">3 nnd !>•' • en; now Im- collect,-,! Late Indian W r Claim, f.l 011- gon and Wasldpg!on collected tor clai uanU. Lettvus of iiiijuiry mni>t contain Powraoic Staxi-s frr r?ply, and addressed an iudi atod above. OmcK—Front rreet, between Cherry and Co lumbia, the rooms formerly occupied bv Wells Fargo * Co. - * Eipiess Olßco.Seattli. W. T. aplig NEW BOOT STORE A. C. W KOESTKIt, U<>ot (ind MIIKIM'. AJI Kinds of Boeta a-.d &>ioc« tcad>; to order Repairing 'tone neatly anl at reasonable r*t<n. Only the t*-8t ol Stock ntred. Mhop with Dirid Kaufman, »HT tx*n TO TDK lie ADZ. al.Vdt' D AMI ANA, WHICH THK BITTEIiH AKK S! WE. 1 !■ a Mexican Hart, and In tn<lirf*noua nuly to • •mall section of Lower (iiavai California It ha* been u»M by the inhabitants of Low r California for the la»t thirty yoars as a zeneral IXVIGORATOR OF THE SYSTEM, A Grrat Remedy fur Diseases of Kidneys and Bladder! Positive Cure for Dyspepsia. Fleckenxtein A Slayer, SOL* Aaim, ... POBTLAXD, OBCOOX. augJ-wly i GEO. P. ROWELL & CO. i Newpaper Advertising Bureau. For Ten Dollars : Four lines inserted one week in Three Hundred and Fifty Newspapers. For Ten Ceuts: One Hundred Page Pamphlet with Lists of Newspapers and Advertising Rates. 10 Spruce St. N. Y. FUEL FOR SOUND STEAMERS SEATTLE NUT COAL At $2 Per Ton, DELIVKCKD ON BOARD WITIDH V \ MOMENT* DELAY FROM KI'NKEKS E-I'h<'l ALLY CONSTiiI'CTKIi TO ACl'i >M MO DA I K SOL'.ND STEAMERS. - *v~ tune j!i-J y by irettin»r your Jfuel »»l the •S 0. & T Cc. at Seattle.; ~ oct'ii iltf ILWW STEAM ENCINtS. BKKFV &■ PLACL, ~ * SAN FRANCISCO, CAI T!ie highest price l ul l for I.IVE HOUH.