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Preside* l. Secretary. lnuwiJUri
SEATTLE GENERAL HOSPITAL
This laeUttiM-ri Is noo-eecta***. a» 1 Iw out-» farmlefc terallds
genUesi n> with room. V>*-d. »»!.<- ne« sad n iralig awo r,
gteal at ea lan ata m»l-*a- pirn oer wet . .nTmach tjetler ear* wUI be ror
ateksd than It w aid be to ctKain at bt.me
ThMlnetitotioa will (arniah to geetiemea ia health
TICKETH FOR OR #IO,
Which will ad-alt them one or a. m ny timet as *<-ka
one year from 4x - -it .a- M ne« a.-»d hoa d furni h-d wlihont e»wa ge.
A physician and .urge o will he l» » ten-lan* nignt nd d.y a<« r*in d
Tickets leea-d th , 10. 4al - •>. <»!;«
Onr rooms are large «>,d -leg»-1 y fnrnuhod. and arraaged for the aao
* om,< Thuf In>*t"'|'°l i'«"» Tw th al! tb» I v'«i» ««-gical a»p i*aoe« for th«'
Beet of » ,rgl~j»i and a-i opera 1 »n» will be perfumed aaderthc mo.t app ored
" 'M< of th- Ere and K«-. D-fa-m tl«. Dtliaeei at Wama^ar
mmw Medical or BQrglc 1 c>ses. acute <jr chrun c, ex et»t thoae of a contagiotu char
***** For further Infor-nat 'en c*.'l on or ad-irvn tbe SEATTLE GENERAL Hf»Pl-
TAU on Foorth he'wem M U aod Jeffer-on »t
WADDELL& MILES,
WJOLSHAUS AJfl> RITA.IL LK
RANGES, COOK, PASLOR AND BOX
STOVES
tgTOtAm from Us coantnr wlicitwl u' Bhii«fhctlon gn»r»B»e-*.aW
Utre M » Call and Look Through our lmiaoB»o Htorl-
Mill Street. Be»ttK Waghingtoi Territory
SEATTLE IRON WORKS,
SHARPK. COFFMAN k. CO. PKOPHIKTOBJi.
FOUNDRY. MACHINE MD PATTERN SHOPS.
Jaokoon otroet, corner of tooond,
oas tings in Iron and Brass.
Hwgineß built, set up and repaired.
J. A. HATFIELD,
Forwarding and Oommlaslon Merchant
tMD ouun Of ALL BUM OF
Produce, Hay, Grain, Plour, Feed, Beans and Meals
J A Hatfield la sole agent at Heattte far the powerful Mono tog Veooma
Ordsrs by maU and telegraph promKi; at traded to.
oSa» and Warehouse on Yealers Wharf.
»fc«TK>! e*«T»«!
a-. Prio*e rrdnoed ea «'l»b
KLjaaiid Rl-kKk.t-e *'nd
'or l.talotfu. and Mala
V afaant how many ion m»y
want. WIaaTEH *C »., 17 hew M.nt
(aaarr «r»et. fan k rancl uo. »el 7 J n
'JE
RAWKH AMU BANK It KB.
•~THK
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL
B-A-ISTIK:
TraautU Seaeral kDkiog Bniloru.
AOOOUNT9 kept euhjeot to check.
MCLUi RXCHANOK on rtan tranclaee
Agd New York.
MAICCH OOLUSCTIOMB on favorable
lIgTTEKH or CREIHT leaned. aralla
a, la aurope and the Kaetem
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
OF SEATTLE. W. T.
mHIfl COMPANY RKOKIVIM PAR
-1 flth piefcAgaak papera. money and
•(bar ralua A«m for aaf* keeping. fur any
n—<nil of tlrno fru.u one <laj and up-
W arda. Will ***t "araa and l>ap<miT
BOXBB to appro?ad tenanta at ro*aouab»a
WIU PAY Iwtbhmt on Money plated
with it for iBTeMMot from tiino ol do
nest to date of oayment
The t'wnpanf lufitee the public to riiit
aad lnap* 11U premlw* woeihei fo buai
ata or froto ourlueiijr. that ho abwlute
(neurit/ and great convenience U ottere
aar be null mae widely known
Catraaoe on front atreet. through Mar
ahaaW National Baak. _ ap>7
ID WARD B. DOWN
ING a. Co.,
Bankere and Brokers.
Poet Building, teettle.
City end County Wai
rente, end ell Looel Se
curities, bought end eold
on oommlealon. Money
to loen on Improved olty
property et ten per cent.
Foreign Bxohenge leeued
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OV HEATTLK.
Bttttl*, Wukington Tern tort-
PiM-ap CiHtal, 3150000
I. R. LEWH. ». I.OAOLEMN,
ffwMaat. Caahte.
hd the otttas el tfco Call—
MBREkPONBENTIt
LONDON -The AaateOaittontiaa Baa.
en' Setteeal Bank.
(OfTON Mavenck NaUoaal Bank.
CHICAIK> Metrooolllaa National Hank
lan FRANClHtX)—Angio43allfonita<
rapfaJkNU fOaiO-Leid R TU»osl
tIDTORIA tßC.>—Uareohet Btwa R CV>
0HT1& BOMOI k 00.,
BANKERS
SEATTLE, W. T.
BweaUa teoelved end eseaaats see
eafetees to Check or Uraft.
ifcfct t«*ll|i aad Nsnatlc Trana
SB Eaa r»airtni. PenTanJ ead Sew
& MMa of stnhaage drawn In auts
«oaS> direct aa Leader. * .salable atee-
r *
Ratun Bkraaar |E P. rwt.
nsal •iat | We Prsatdaai
i. rt«TK Osaklar.
Pifit Soind lattanaJ Bank o'
SMttlß.
Oocidental Block.
DDT AND tEIJ. POREIQN AM'
Sxzg rza
Etaaaa aad reestae Aawosica of
*aae «eae books or osrutetea
r*Eia«pe<i Mm
OREGON IMPROVE IENT CO.,
PItOPRIITOHB
Seattle Sawmill
mawuractviucrb or
Sash, Doors and Mouldings
AH* HIMIt
LUMBER CUT TO ORDER
And kept In Stock,
pool of King et-eat, Seattle, W. T.
Offlo* in the Mill.
•alt W. it. BUROK4B. Agent
U hSTitRN MILL CO.,
Manufacturer* and l>ealen In all klndaof
Lmnticr
Lath
>lotll<llD|f«
Uitora
W IlldoWD
llraclcnU
\nd other building material. M'U at
Lafce L nlon.
JOHN KBNNEY
Manufacturer and dealer la
oKNTuncnrß
File Calf Boots m Shoes
Via* Sewed Hoota a Specialty.
Alan Ladlea' aad Mlanee' Shoee ta all
he latest and moat atrllah cut, aad at
ooeapeat prloea. Repairing anally and
promptly dacva.
BB4Vroot etreet, SaalOa. W. T.
PEOPLE'S MARKET,
1. W. BOBST, Proprietor.
fttucceseor to W. T. Tom.)
WHOLESALE DEALER IN BEET,
Perk. Mutton, lanb and Veal. Or
ders from all parti of the Sound promptly
ailed. Address
«. ■. UDTI. Msaagor.
fall Comnsorotal Heel, near MIIL
810,000 Worth
Q W
MICCON D-HAM D
FURNITURE
AT
A. YAHLBUSCfI 4 CO'S,
Dealers in aiw awl inroad-head r*mi
ture. TIP ead Ml rreel street art
SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE.
THE REMAINING FURNITURE.
I beddiec. caipots .tovee, oil oUka
«e. o«a to the M.« harteo H»
I*l are aew be a* .i;ap wd of et private
aale at relaoeWy low prior*. at lit Chetij
str-e«.
Call early and *»t bargains.
Jjt u pakdcn r SON.
JOHN L GOOD i CO.,
Brass Founders,
411 ( onimrui ar ,
HKATTLK, W. T.
Babbit* Metaitind lr«u Fln>
ahtngdone. oca
NOTICE.
I TARE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
■ teforeui t ms frteada ee" pat era thai
I h.v. a-i.tMisets eeairel of ike boot
'• »«rt| «a.l« Md y Celktae R
HiMek asd «tli c.atliw at the etd
•tea*. liet corner Prnat aad »prt>« we
I wtu b» p»t dto serve my 11 maaoi i
v.U tfc« i fcmicmi
FAMILY GROCERItS,
HAT, FEED, OEAIH, Era,
At the »ery lewe* prteee
-* c ALE no.
ACCIDENT A rim IHIUMHCI
RLaNCBARB It PARTRIDGE
SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 18 a 5
M3C*LLA2T»OCB.
IT PAYS
ax> rxsciiE IN TH* TRAVELERS.
. at Hartford. Co»n_ im M as wall
aathe largest Acrident loeoraace Com
hbt >b tM world. Kcm tM oilovtaf
■ u ■ plea of • tuu pai 1 la d-atte by the
Trarelen. for acctdgntal dealt and injQ
•lta . Boat o t lIKB wr J knowa citisrna.
Yoq arc acquainted with aome et them
aek their op nioa at accident insurance :
Al 8. P"Ekhaai >» 00
K. L Tairn SK 00
Joe ph Bojtsb ® SO
P- tar (Jtof Pnartegnon >0 00
Waiter FaTjnhareen JS SO
B,d»ey Kimball 1» &
Al A. Pinkb«m » 00
C. W. Stewart *-»
Wm. Taylor 17 96
Jeaee W.Geo*ge SO 00
C W. Stewart . M'o
rloan W> 0©
G »m Kian IS <*»
W alter Ma'!-•«. *" •
Tmia Hansen 10 00
U M Kibo u •! 06
Nice Da»ids «00
K fjl I lnmmer .... lAOO
iVm. Tayl ,t W 00
L A. Hoi tu 11 00
G. A. I jler «0 ®
Alex D. aaltb 10 to
neorge ie-nr ti 30
J aixw • Kuw laad WOO
June* A old 35 74
GeoTgs 'inn 14 W
tieorve B Reynolds tahoti WW W
Goofs Pubat 4 00
J K. < ochrr ne 10 00
Mek baridaon 70 00
Val stock we 11.... » iO
James Anld 74 00
C. U. Anderson 1400
Ja ton r. Kachelmaa K#
Jsm W. George » 00
Peter J. Lair 64 24
J arose Rowland 90 0)
Jehn Boyle SO 00
it. F. I oeper 14 00
W. A. Pritnrsae SO M
Kdw K. Cannon lilmr JoaephLaei 160' 00
•iaaeph Crazier 30 00
I. v. Bigelow «U 00
W».
Wm. K. Impett.. 117 15
Warren Mmith. 40 00
H. A. Atkins 30 00
John Farnham 30 00
Jerse Cochran SO 00
J. C. Nixon 2M57
W. H. Taylor 12S 0U
W. C. Meydenbaoer 15 00
W. L. Barnett U 00
Robert H. ( alligan 00 00
L Van Doren 112 SO
Id win boad 10 00
D. B. Ward . W0 00
Jamse GllflHian 100 00
John Faraham 30 00
A. 8. Pint ham 40 00
Trala Hanaea 10 00
John Collins 75 00
Sullivan W. LeUaliister 3M 00
Dr. J. C Kellogg 100 80
Fred. W. Woodsman 57 00
J. W. Smart 5100
W. R Impett 24 00
Benjamin B. Korn S"0 00
I homaa 8. Brown 50 00
Matt. Ka ley 5 H
Harry Bigelow SO 00
Leander Milter 140 80
C. P. Btooe 84 00
Laroy Stetson 30 00
Charlee ltd wardq 17 00
J<-ase W. Ueorge 80 <0
Moses Korn TS 00
Total payments by Travelers'.sll,l*2 00
TAYLOR & BURNS,
General Insurance Agents. Butler'• Build
lng. oppes t- Occidental Hot?L ocM lm
MApll x; ii
Beat In Tlio world
for larfe or ona'l Bam* —mad* Ift S3 raUbrt, 40 frmln* powder; 88 eaj.
M grains; 40 cal.ti grain*; 46 cal, 70 and Mgra!na. Tbe «f roogest ahaoUag rtße
tnadf. Perfect aecorery guaranteed and tba only abaoiotely rtito iiiade. All styles.
a!l»L**s,all wrtgbta. Pricesredoced.
<B A T T Jk vn Oallery* and Target RMm, w«rld 'HMMiiaodard far
target about log, hanttnjr. and •hooting rellertea. •*'• celltores from n to ft.
SBST. MAKLIM FIRE ARMS CO., HEW HAYKI, COKI.
STEAMER PHANTOM
For Sale.
SHK HAS LATELY BKKN THOR
eughly overhauled much of her ut
shinery having been replaced. She to In
excellent condition and will be (Old cheap.
Csui be aeen at Yeeier's wharf. For por
tico art apply te MOHAN BKOS. or D.
E. DL'RIK. on the wharf. aal>
MRS. W. J. BLACKWELL,
rACHKK OF PAINTING. DRAW
tnf from life. still life, sketching (rem
nature, repousse, etched, electrotype*!
metal work, mtual decoration, modeling
in clay and cutta peroha, lencruotn. tepee
canvas famished to puptla. China fired
hw amateurs. my)
RAZORS!)
fHK SULTANA RAZOR. WAR-
I ranted the beet for barber? oee. nude
ot floeet steel aad beet oeaoerad. Every
near warranted.
J. r. MNIIR
eel* «M Commercial at, sole Agent.
JAMES JONES,
DIALS* Of
RUTS ARO CORFECTIORERV,
STITIOIUT ARO PERIODICALS,
AUtka. Meek Ely aad Fiji Island Caries
Opposite Central Hotel, head at the
wharf. Pert Toe nsast tt
lAM CLB3ISO OUT MT ENTIRE
sleek e<
Boots and Bhoes
AT
co«m
To «s|«|» la ether lisitaea New Is the
time to escu s barvaieela Hootaaad Shoes
of every 1 seor.ptloa. at the
Cin BOOT A SHOE STORE
2^32^^ co
ot* M. Mc ANDREW*.
ALLMOND & PHILLIPS.
MOLOERS
FOUNDERS,
Corner Second and JECk-
Ron Btreeta. Seattle,
NOTICE.
rrE CO-PARTNERSHIP RECENT
*7Jus? 4 D- p R»Ua»d aad
>• " *ar the rata at the
law. Is this day dlaasired by ssetaal eea
it I,
FOREIGN.
TV Wm* ef tfte IIWUH-
Qcaaac. Nov. 11.-The GtwtwH
steamer Mepuieen 111 left ttis port thia
afternoon, fnllv provisioned. and ia «-
pealed to re*oil the steamer Brooklyn
at da?U(bt on Friday. The latest new
received from »ntSweat of Point An
tiooeta Mate* taut the Brooklyn went
ashore oci Sunday at 7 e'eloek P- »-•
daring a fierce gale. AU the iiaaaangara,
including the ladies. are Irving >n
on tbe bench apposite the rtmti- She
liee two uil«e from Fox Bay.
a general cargo. Abe had a number of
w>ae settle on bow). S->me of thene
bate beeo landed and others were
drowned.
Eiterailaatlea ef terebrans.
Los DO*. NOT. 11 -Advices from Cal
su ta slaf that KIDS Ibebaw has or
dered all Englishmen in Bonnab to be
»xi>-rminated. It is feared that all
Europeans at Mandal<ty have already
bars ms«sanred. The Burmese are
blockading the Irawaddy near at
jiinbla.
A Town Balde«l.
A dispateh from B>fi» siys that 306
Albanians attacked tbe Bulgarian vil
l'ge of Janeoviti. near Monaster, killed
eoveral inhabitants and plundered tbe
village.
■ervlble.
Pans. Nov. 11. -The Commissary of
Polioe at Valeneennes baa made terri
ble revelations concerning an enormous
traffic in obildren, verifying Zjlo's ao
ooant of human degradation in the
black oouatry in tbe nortb ef France.
Left te ike «•«»
LOHDOH, NOV. 12.— Tbe privy eonnoil
hss finished diseussion of the applies
tion of the Canadian Government for
leave to appeal from tbe judgment of
tbe Supreme Court of Canada respect
ing tbe Canadian liquor license act.
Decision in the matter has been left to
the Queen, as is oustomary in suoh
oases.
■let Will lane.
Ottawa (Ont), Not. 12. —Coursol,
member of Parliament for Montreal
East, is here, and has bad interviews
with all tbe Ministers in town to urge a
oowmutatioa of Kiel's sentence. The
Ministers were Tery retioent. Mr. Coor
sol says be is under the impression that
there is very little hope for the ooa
demned man. A number of other Qoe
beo ConsertatiTe members have visited
Ottawa during the past few days to org*
oommntation of the death sen ten oe.
Quusc, Not. 12. —The briefness of
tbe respite accorded to Kiel baa been
aooepted here as meaning that his doom
is sealed. Two of the pnnaipal Freaoh
papers of tbe oity. L'Enment and L'Elc
ttur, whiob Toioe the feelings and opin
ionsof the Freneh Canadian population
of both parties, are agreed that Kiel
will be hanged oa Monday next.
Montbeal, Not. 12.— 1t is known that
a special meesenger is on his way to
Kegina with an offloial document from
tbe OoTernor General ordering Sheriff
Chaplean to preoeed with the exeoution
of Kiel. Meanwhile, aeaording to a
oommonioation received by Buhop
Orandin, Kiel passes tbe greater portion
of his time in praTer and meditation.
He has written farewell epistles to his
wife and obildren, and to a sister who
resides in this eity. Wit bin the last few
days extra precautions hare been taken
to pre Tent any surprise. Guards hate
been deabled. A mounted patrol is
always on datT. and none bat priests,
ooaimandiag officers of mounted police,
and tbe snrgeon are permitted .within
tbe sell. The eell he oocupies is 6 feet
4 inches square, the only articles of fur
niture being a small iron bed and a low
ah air. He is an early rist r, and is inTa
riahly up and dressed before reTeille, at
at 6 o'clock. He seareely completes bis
toilet when he sinks down upon his
knees beside tbe bed, and remains trans
fixed like a statue, in prayer for boors
at • Ume.
Bid to Me ea Monday.
Qokbco, Not. 12.— 1t is learned from
a reliable quarter this evening, that the
privy oonnoil has forwarded an official
letter to Sheriff Ohapelean, ordering
tbe execntion of Biel on Monday morn
iag at 8 o'eleok.
Head-Maine*.
Los dos. Not. 13.—Leon Mead, an
American author, was narried today ia
St. Margaret's oborob. Westminster, to
(Jraoe, daagbter of Colonel Haines of
New Hampshire.
la Memory ml < ardlnal MrCleaky.
BOMB, NOV. 12 —A eervioe in memory
of Cardinal MoClosky IU bald at tbe
American College here today. Tbe
Bisbop of Newark, N J., delivered tbe
funeral orttion. Cardinal Himeooi pro
uoanoed absolution. Tbe prinaipal din
mtariei of tba Yatiean were present.
*■4 af a Whale Faarily.
FATHEB POINT (Que ), Nov. 12.—A
family named Blanche!!, consisting of
a woman and five children, belonging
in St. Lose, arlived here lately from
Matil real, where tbe bead of tbe family
died from smallpox. Shortly after thair
arrival tbe mother gave birth to another
child. The smallpox broke oat among
tbem and they all died today. Tbe
whole family of seven is extinot. For
Innately no one slss caught the infec
tion.
•(■all The haw
RANGOON, NOV. 13.— King Thebaw has
issued a proclamation declaring that be
will net accept tbe absurd propositions
of tbe ladiaa Government, and there
fore declaring war. lie promise* to per
sonally lead his troops, and calls upon
bis subjects to light in defense of their
country and their religion. Europeans
are not to be molested antil the invad
ers erosa the frontier, when all will be
slain. Many Earopeaae are leaving
Mandalay unhindered. The Italian
oaasnl will remain for the prseent.
Dtsaosrsrr TRANSACTION.— -Some time
since s man named C. W. Hotohinson,
and W. H. Harris, of Taooma. formed
a copartnership far the parpone of
sarrylng on a sort of dairying business.
Harris pal in the money and Hutohin
soa was to superintend and aarry an tbe
work. Shortly after they got started
Harris beesms suspicious that his part
ner was robbing him. Now sad then
a sow would disappear aad no report of
her sale would be made, and eo on,
till ftoally Hutohineoa sold oat what
was left for £M7 aad skipped oat,
taking with him a span of horses and a
wagon Harris heard that Hatebinsoa
was at Port Blakely, so he proeared a
warrant for his arreet, aad yesterday
brooght him to this sity. Hutchinson
employed Mismi. Raaln. Oilman aad J.
H. Lewis to dafsad him. aad ta looking
over the warrant issued by a Taeoma
Justice of the Psaoe, they dieeevered ii
was not worth the paper oo which it
was writtsa, aad at onee applied to tbe
eoart for a writ of Aataej corpus, which
was greeted. Hutehineoa afterwards
mot Harris oo the street aad abused
htm. Harris had his tradoear arrsatsH
ca a thai— of aasaah with wonts, aad
looked up, aad la the meactim - tele
graphed to Taeosoi for a good w arras t.
Harris found the team and wagon
wh'cb belong to him. Tbey were "in
soak" bars for $M at ooa of our livery
stsblrs
Os Tsui.—The ssm of the Tern tort
w. De Wilt Bsasey, iodtotod for root,
al gqaak Sept. 7th. Is mso trial ta
the Dtetnet Ooort. A (ml portion of
t»e day waa taken np In eapaanelti*
• Jan*, whleh to exposed of the foj
lowuw peeonoe J. H Ep t 4e». & J Bob-
Mm, A. Oalkißs, J, M. Ripin. U. t.
Fry*. W. C Ben ley. D. T. Oarr, J.
Htwtoy. i. K. Beck tel. L. E. Booth. F.
Wilmora, I. W. Chapia. Tbe arias of
root to dsiaod by Webstar to bo - A
dtota'bsMS of the peaaa by pots m ss
sembled together to de a thine wbtob
tf eissotid woeld make Mm rioWs,
aad aei sally Mahtae a eotioe tovaid
tho exeeoUoo thereof."
Sioar Bnaainn—Chief Jaotiee Onons
hold a mki iSMlna ap to 11 e'sioek test
•v«uac la hsariac the isstlwj la tho
o<m of Pedro O'Brtea si aL la. tha
B <ffltob bark Hants B. Tsptoy. Jacks
Boke appearod for the vsoml aad I.J.
MtOtlrta for tho ItbeUaata.
Try a pair of Aoerosthy'i Sobool
a. L UIBTd* imfUTWI.
ITD3O sasnoa.
11.—A large audience MMbW
to Mtt Iki Mrrooo of K»T. T. J Musty
of IUODL His test was ebct+n fro»
Phil. r», 19. Uu sermon wu clear and
leeieal. and had a nn praeieus spiritual
effect upon tbe aodie«ee.
Beet L A. Banks. B F. V*nDe>ecler
and A. J. Hum assisted m tbe her
*«»».
MoKtno sasnon
NOT. 12.—A. Atwood led the devotions.
Minutes approved.
Previous to lakieg np the program
there was a discussion on the subject of
Conference c*mp ground.
Bee W. H. Sampnon spoke of the
work of building up a literary institu
tion in a new land.
K«T. D. Bag lev was introduced.
Kee. D. G. LeSourd rend a paper on
-Pastoral Co »i>eration in Bevival
Work."
B»v. B. F. Brooks revJ a paper on
"Outside Evangelist*." The subject
was discussed bT vario»« brethren, in
cluding Bulks. Masaey, L vnd»a. Deni
son, Atwood. Blame, LeJjourd and
others.
Bee. A. Atwood read a well prepared
paper en the "Sute of tbe Church
N cessary to Kevival." The subj-ct
was discussed by Bev*. Cbase (of tbe
Presbyterian Cburoh i. LsSourd. Banks.
Hanson and Atwood.
It was d raided to bold tbe next session
•f the Association at Ltoonder <>n ths
first luesday eTening in May. 1366.
The following resolution was adopted
by rising Tote:
Rttolwd, That we regard th# efforts
now being made to drive, either by
force or fright, inoffensive and law
abiding Chinese residents from tbs
country as oroel. brutal, ua American
and nn Christian. We earnestly call
upon onr people to do all in their power
te protest these persecuted people from
further violence, and to lose BO oppor
tnnity of manifesting to these Leather
strangers a true Christian spirit. We
greatly desire that in this time of per
secution these people shall be made to
know that the eharoh is their refuge
and Christians their truest defenders.
After various discussion the meeting
adjourned.
mUSWK SESSION.
Be?. Denison read an essay on " The
Preaching Needed in a Bevival," whiob
was exhaustively discussed by nearly
every member present. The eaaay was
ordered printed in the Pacific Christian
Advocate.
Iter. McMillan read a fine essay on
"The Pastoral Work of Revival
Times."
B. F. Van DeTenter delivered an ad
dress on " The Objections to Christian
ity."
BeT. Houston spoke on the interests
of tbe Paeijic Chrittlm Advocate, tbe
paper of "the Methodist Episoopal
Churob.
Various resolutions were offered by
the committee, whiob were adopted and
the Association adjourned.
ivraoio sasßieH.
BeT. G. A. Landen preaohed in tbe
evening • clear, praotioal sermon that
did the bearers much good, and a hal
lowed influence on tbe members of tbe
Association as they adjourned to repair
to their several fields of labor in this
new land.
TBS BABIES CBY FOB IT. |
And the old folks laugh when they find
that the pleasant liquid fruit remedy
Svrup of Figs is more easily taken and
and more beneficial ia its aetion than
bitter, nauseous mediaine*. It strength-
ens the Liver, Kiduevs, Stomach and
Bowels, while it arouses them to a
healthy activity. For sale by
A. B. Htewibt.
LOST FAITH IX PHVftiriASa.
There are innamerable instances
where cures have been effeoted by Sco
vill's Harsaparilla, or Blood and Liver
Syrup, for all diseases of tbe blond,
when the patient had been given op by
physicians. It is one of tbe best reme
dies ever offered to tbe poblio, and as it
is prepared with the greatest oare, as a
speoifio for oertain diseases, it is no
wonder that it should be more effectual
than hastily written and carelessly pre
pared prescriptions. Take Soovill's
Blond and Liver Svrup for all disorders
arising from impure blood. It ia en
dorsed by all leading professional men
A. B. Stiwabt, Agent, Seattle.
CCRE FOR PILES.
Piles are frequently preceded bv a
sense of weight ID the baek, loin* and
lower part of the abdomen, causing tba
patient to snppos° ba baa some affeotion
of tba kidoey* «r neiehborina organs.
At times symptoms of indigestion are
present, fUtalsncy. uneasiness of tbe
stomacb, etf. A moistnre, like perspi
ration, produoing a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a oom
mon attendant. Blind, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at onee to tbe appli
cation of Dr. Boaanko's Pile Bemedv,
wbioh acts direetlv upon tbe parts af
footed, abaorbing tbe Tomors, allaying
tbe intense Itobing and elf eating a per
manent on re. Price GO oente. Address
tba Dr. Boaanko Medioine Co., Piqua,
Ohio. Sold by A. B. STSWIXT. dw
Tbe Ernest Oabler piano oombinas in
tba highest degree beauty of tone, per
fection of aotion, eleganoe of finish,
wonderful durability. For sale by Air
IIBT HANSEN, Yaeler - Leary block,
Front street. noS
Bay tbe Decker, the leading Piano, at
lioviui A HAN roan's. 017
Drop in at Buuooci A TUIT'S and
nmple thair new and elegant part ornery.
MISCiCLLAMSOCa
pOfAt,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varisa A marrel
of parity, atieuth aad wholeeoueaeM
Maro oooaoaiea] than the ordinary klads
aad saaaot bs sold la eoapetiiioa with
tho multitude ef tow test, short weight,
alata or phosphata powders. Sold ealy
la oaaa. ItovaL Raamo Powwt Co,
HI Wail strast. Now Turk. jylidw
The Mirror
i« no flatterer. Would yam
make it tell a sweeter tab)#
Magnolia Halm is the charm*
er that almost cheats tftw
looking-glass.
Oum*. direct if or Indirectly, tuHy one-half the suffering* which afflict mankind.
It Is usualiv Induced by tnartivity of the liver. and may be cur*J by the u«e of
Ayer - * Pill*. C. A. Scbomerus, Great Bend. Kibsm, write*: " I hive u «rd At»fi
ptlto for Coativene**, wlththa most beneficial results." J. Windholm. Newark. N. J.,
write*: " Avar's Pills cured ma of chronic Constipation." Martin Koch. Haot!u|.
ton. Ind.. writ**: *" Last ya*r I aufltrvU much from Biliousosas
After usfn* one box of Ayer's Pill* I was quite well." C. F. Hopktn*. Nevada
Cltv. Mo., write*: "I have used Ayer's Tills, and think they are the be.t lu the
world. They have cured me of Sick Headache and Neuralgia." V. L. Tajre. Rich
mond, Vs., writes: "I hare bf-en a severe sufferer from Headache. Aver'* PHI*
afford'me speedy relief." A. J. Forster, Daupbiu St.. Mobile, Ala., write*: •• Per
a number cf years I have beca troubled wUh Constipation and Headache*. Aftat
Irving a number of KKsiicd Liver Invigoniors, vvuhout bcut fit, 1 was at last
Ayer'a Pills." Rev. Francis B. Harlowe. Atlanta, Ga.. writes: '"For year* I was
subject to Constipation, from which I suffered Increasing Inconvenience, ia spite at
the usa of medicines of various kinds. Some months ago. I began taking Aver'*
Tills. They have entirely corrected the costive habit, and have vastly improved
my general health." Hermann Bringboff, Jewelry engraver, Newark, N. J., writes.
"Costiveness, Induced by my sedentary habits of life, at one time became chrouic
and troublesome. Ayer'a Pills afforded me speedy relief, and their
occasional u*» has since kept me all right." Ed. O. Easterly. Rockford. 111., wrtta*
that he has been cured of chronic Constipation by the use of
For sale at wholesale, by A. B. STEWART. Front street. Seattle.
STEAMER TRAVEL, ETC.
FOR, TACOMA.
The Staunch and Seaworthy Steamer
AcZEPHT E.
mux, LKAVK SEATTLE EVERY
" day for Tacoma. at " ::<0 a. m ; return
ing leaves Tacoma for Seattle at 11 a. m.
On Mondays the Zephyr connects with
the Hay ward at Tacoma for 'Jlympia.
STMR W. F. MUNROE,
W. F. MUNROE. Master
Will leare Seat-le on Tueedays, at 7
a. m.. for Coupeville. Utsalady, Laconne-
Fldalgo. Sannsh and Whatcom; leave
Seattle on Fridays, at 7 a. on., for Coupe
vide, Utaalady, Laconner, Fldalge. Sam
ish and Whatcom
C. ft P. S. R. R.
YIME YABLE.
POR FRANKLIN. BL - CK DIAMOND
r and intermediate stations, daily, at
la.m.
For Newcastle and Intermediate station*
dally at S. 730 and 10:10 a. so., and Ip.m.
Returning arrive at Seattle from Cedar
river extension at 4:18 p. m., and from
Newca tle branch at 930 a. m., 12 m.. 2:50
and is) p. m.
Running time to Franklin. 2 h. 50 m.
Running time to Newcastle, 1 h. 40 m.
Ia effect Ap 11 5, 1835.
PUQET SOUND SHORE RMLROAD
Trains leave Seattle for S'uok Junction
a- 2:i5 a m. and 8:15 p m. Returning leave
Stuck J motion for Seattle at 7:10 a. m.
and p. in.
T. J. MILNKR.
aps Assistant Superintendent.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Knights of Labor.
OCKKN CITY ABSKMBLY No. MIS,
K. of L, meets every Wedneeday. at
7if) p. m„ In Masonlo Hall. Visiting
brethren In good standing are oordially
Invited to attend.
M. MCMILLAN M.W.
WtiTis Wautto. R a. MHL
I. O. C. T.
WKATTLK LODOK NO.LIA O. T.
meets every Monday night In R«1'»
ITal'. on Front street next to Heir* How 1.
Visiting mea-hers In guud standing oor
dt lly invited.
C Vf.RIK V. P ALM SR. W. C. T.
GEO. F. COTTEBILL. K. a.
A CHILD €.IN RUN IT.
HIHK NKW No • WHKKLKR <t WIL
-1 son dewing Machine <th- b< st and
ch apest 'n the world) Is now for aale at
th<- bran< h omce. on Front street, near
Pik<\ with a full and comp e a set of at
tachments. upan which a person at any
age ran execute th* finest and mo t ple-ts
ing knd of work possible. Every person
purehuing a machine will be thero ighly
instructed In regard to its use and the
ase of the attachments, an' will also re
oeive a guar .ntee for keeping the machine
In g xxl repair for Ave years. All persons
are cordially Invited to call and inspect
oar marhinea.
Orders 'rom the country are solicited
and will receive careful and prompt at
tention. K. W. HANSON.
J >ls Agent, Seattle. W. T.
CIGAR
MAMiJFACTOkY
Factory In Wa Chong's now
Brlek Building. Third St.
HAVANA AND BKKD CIGARS
manufactured and kept In stock, la
large quantities.
Dealers will flad It to their advantage
ta boy directly of us, ss wa aall strictly
tor CASH, hence our prices are very low.
The aaah system enables us to sell cheap.
Goods sent C. O D. to any part af the
neat.
A large quan'ity at tobacco itema for
■o*.
Clgaia maaataotored to ardar la uj
dartrad ibapa aad »aebed la aar ttrla to
■alt cnatoroera. mjT nwtf
D. E.DUUIE,
DIALER H
sum, FLOt'K AND VBKD
MUUi aum * ravvuioni,
RAY, tad an kind* «i Prvdyca.
Solid la corrwpondeaca. P. O. bra n
Taalatt Wharf. Saattla. W. T.
TAX NOTICE.
IffOTICIt 18 UKKKBY QIVKN THAT
IM) dap icete M——l roll of King
county for the ye*< I*B6 le now In my pa,
immian to' the 0011-cJon of lb« torn
therein levied. Said taxe* will be delin
(joent on the Slat <Uj of December, IW6.
MS o'clock p. m. and noleaa ptid prior
thereto ten per ornt. wUI be added to the
»«a unt thereof ae penal'y. aad interest
(banted at the rate of twea'y per ceil
per annum, from date of delinquency un
lil paid. Bart taxee are payable at the
otßce of the Conniy 1 reeeurer, in
during ofllue houre.
080. D. HILL,
County Tnaiinr.
Seattle. SepC W l«S MfldwSn
O. SCHILLEBTAD,
UNDERTAKER,
DULLS IK
Metailc and Wood
OAflßo AND CASK TB.
ALSO
UMDKRTAKKRS' GOODS
mnmmu
At the Meet Bsaasaakli Prtoss.
■A Ordan by tslagiaiih promptly
sttaadadta.
naeery et. near fuel, ■eotrto.
O. O. MRORKT A CO.,
msuTAtni.
Mats nil} wood, sad ctoh-eovered
Isshstoaad Cofflna, Robss. lores sad
rerything nsaMM tar Paaesala. AI"
<radee ef gooda from ths rk t>
Constipation
And Headache
Cured by- Using
Ayer's Pills.
Sold by all Druggists.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajet It Co, Lowell, Ueea , f. IX
3TBAMJSHA RAILROAI) TRAVEL
WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT TRANSPORTATION CO
Carrying the U.S. Mall.
THK STEAMER
asa±cWASHIN6TON
CAPTAIN S. JACKSON.
WILL LKAVK SEATTLE EVERY
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday
evening, at ( o'clock, for
WHATCOM
Calling at Mukilteo, Tula!:p. Coupevllle
Oak Harbor, U taalady, Laconner, ridalge
Ynaoortea, Guemee, Samiah, Kair haven'
lelllngham and Sehome.
Returning, will leave Whatcom every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday even
ngs. at 9 o'oleck. for Seattle, calling
intermediate points on the way.
THE STEAMER
CITY OF QUINCY
CAPTAIN a DENNY,
Will leave Seattle far Skagit river and way
ports, every Monday and Thursday, re
turning Tuesdays and Fridays.
For freight and passage apply at Com
patty's office, on Yeeler's wharf, or on board
the oeata at the same wharf.
mrSl-tf GEO. 8. JACOBS. S»«>.
FOR THE UPPIR SKAGIT.
StmrClMe C. W. Cove, Master
LEAVES YKSLERS WHARF ON
Wednesday and Saturday, returning
Thursday and Monday, oalling at Stan
wood, I taalady, Moss Landing, Skagit
City, Mount Vernon, Starling ana all In
termediate points above. Kor freight oi
passage apply on board or to GKORG*
FOSTER oa the wharf. apl
STEAMER
CHARLES LOW. Master.
Will Leave Seattle
fcsnday, Wednesday and Friday,
FOB
BCukalteo, Lowell and Sno
homish City,
Hicrnunuß of
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Carrying fie If. 8. mails. »"» Wr«J«rh'
or l'«ssiae aeaty ea heard.
Pert Blakely and Seattle
THE 1-AB3ENOKR STEAMER
» APTAIN NUGENT,
Will loav > Seattle for Port Rlak ely ever}
day ct t«- ™. and 3p. m. and return a'
la. m. nd 7 p.m.
For di —ff apply an hoard. ftft tf
STEAMER
T«:OWA AND OLYMPIA
'ue-day, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.ai
From Ysslsr'a Wharf.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP CO.
VICTORIA AM# Pl'fiET SOlNll WMJTE
<T«hk stkameks obo. w. kldkh
1 and Queen of the Pacific, ourjUu
Her Britannic Majesty's niaila. will mfl
from Broadway wharf. San ITraaciaoA at
10 a. iu on the following darn:
6M. W. EMV->«K IS Md Oct. t.
17 and Nov 2.
Qmm of tM Pacific—Sept. 7, 23, Oct.
0. 25, and Nov 10. tor
VICTORIA, B.C-. PORT TOWNSEND
SEATTLE. TACOMA. BTEILA
COOM AND OLYMMA.
Making elan oonnectiona with ateaur
beau, etc- for Skagit rirer and Oaaalar
aalnea, Naaaime, New Weetmla
ater. Tale. Sitka. and all other
ImportAot potato.
Returning, leave Seattle end Hon Town
aend In the afternoon, aa follow* t
Gee. W. Udaf—Sep- 23. Md Oct •
ud 25
Ommi at tho Pacific—Sept. IS, Oct. 1
and 18, and Nov 2.
fdr freight or passage apply to
W. VAN WITCH), Agent,
dw C.tP.B. Oe.'« Oeeaa Dock. BeaWli
P*r Pom 0 third aid ttuhiugloi
—'P BTKAMKR HKI.KS W. H.
MuUr, leavee Herring
taafcHmlUT* wharf. Seattle. rveryMoadaj
Wedw«d»j mod Cildijf, at »J0 a. m , for
Mi'chell • Hoist head o' fori Orchard .
«l«o, to bead of Port Waahlntten K<-
turning leave head at Port Waehlngten
at •a.m.. brad of fort Orchard at
a a, Mil hell'* Point at It a. m . arriving
at tfoattle aboal 130 p. m. tverj 1 Tired a J
Tha-aday and Hamrday. an»Tdw
WEILS' HUE SAIL VESSELS
9mm rnitiwo to
▼eaaala ta thla Uae tear* Baa Praactoo
•rerr lea day*. B»«nUI oaatracu made by
CHAB. H. WKUJ*.
M California (Ow*. «an Kmnrtaoo, or
B.L. TKPIJCR,
I*l <Wtttl<Aimt
A . The faat Sterawheeler
Jtenmu. JOSEPHINE,
D. K. HOWARD, Bole Owner,
WU'. from data, ear J Ihe United Htataa
mail on Hood'a ■ anal. makl'g aem
aeekly trite to Seattle Leering doa
beok every Moaday aad Ft lday tm ra a«
will totrh at Pot- tiatnW • for rnwrncrrt
or folght, am ring at 8 attle la the
afjoraooa: rrt n tog win leara YmUr'a
Wharf at JJ o'cl ck every Ta~»day aad
Jatarday mnraiag. taking the mall at
Port Oaaiblo for 8 aheck aad Ualoa City.
. The at earner Joeepnrtae will leave >*oa
bona for Port Gamble every day exeopt
Hataraay. tat kepaeeager. aad fright
MnorivtetiMkratrpetalea Heoda
COAL.
THK ORKUON IMPKOVEMIMTa
with increased fncllltiss, sramJah
to supply families, iwr** aad sOoain.
a superior grade of bittimiastaeSS
fully •cpem. d and •elected, frZT
Prank In Colliery.
Also have constantly oa haad tw *
reliable domestic coal. rctansd tad *
lected. from So. < tunnel. Coal
"Tfc, attention of steamboat Bom ■
specially called to the rnikl,
which Is unrivalled for ltHn>» »
poses, and can be supplied in say««fi
2240 POUNDS TO THE TN
And full weight gnarsatssd.
Offl e and bunkers foot of CsaaaAi
and King streets. F. A. lIKLL
(GDiR mmNIL
THR CEDAR RIVIROOAL
Company is now pre pant
to furDtsb at ainers.
tones houses, stores sad #-
fleas, with a superior qoslltr
of Steam and bome-tlc Ow,
W» MMM « TBI M,
Cedar Mountain Ceal is tb
best and cheapest Inns— k
gives more value for the Baa*
than any oihi-rtx>al in thenar
kft. Try It and be coniiaesl
It is free from rock and Halt
and by osing it you eaa m
your eiove* snd ranges, whsii
yt ar without cl aniag floss.
Office and yard fool of Colombia Mm
oc J. M.COUJUT
SEATTLE STEAM UtM
CSOL'CITS YOUR PATRONMI
O With the sss stance of the laM to
proved Trey machinery and thsaftdai
water of Union, we have Mats
for all kinds of work and any (aallt.
No th neeeemployed. GlveustaL
Leave orders with Geo. W. Craas, tN*
laatea sfeet, near Commercial. «rW.T.
Plllman *. Co.. Cherry, bet. Frost islM
sel# HASLKR HRO&. Pn*\
OO TO
JONES & ARTHUR
FOR OCNUUL
JOBBING • BKPIU
Of all Light Machinery.
Clocks, locks, guns, umbrsllaa fa*
ture etc . repaired; -*» or» hoo*d. fUS|
and grinding done; »t ncil« mads a a
e>°. Satisfact'on guaranteed *• lax
ust received tnoo w >rth of toolsbsalki
(Cast and are now prepared *o de wwtd
lowest living rets*. UivsussoalL
Front street, two doors south «f Una*
Fantory sdH
ON TAI & CO.,
MILL STRCKT. SIATTU.
( \ KNKRAL DKALKIUJ IN Itk
Ijr Kloe. Clnn, Ml km. Ladiea' ul •»
tlemen'a Underwrnr. ud J>pmw M
Chines* Oooda. all at the loweat priM
Will oontrnct to furnish CklnaatM*.
CHIN HLO K«*
Hu*in«aa Ml—.
AUCTION! AUCTIOV!
BKINO AN OLD AUCTION!!**
twelve year* eiporteoce. ana jay
oughly UDdcntUDaiiu ihe b"ia*ej I #
fer my (enrioe* to all needing taM*
that llr.e. 1 will irivf my entir* *lliellJJ
to buatuea* entrusted to me. I wfa ■
real estate and peraoual property at ■
ahorteet notice, in tiie city i f dealte M
county of King. K CKKaDLI
ael Bea'tls Pmliifc*
BR. C. L MILLBK, St
IM iltrry itreet, Rcattk, V T.
P. a box u.
Special, Private and CM
Skis Diseases Cini
r-eiwiaal weakaM* and all
rows dl-ord-ra ranted hv ete**a»*
earedU aa tfce
■aeat plaa.
Mad for printed qaeoiloM.
OA C. L HILIKRI ■■■***
Ma aaeoees la >ko raring ft *
Ckroa'c Olhum l< well >»***
His aarcoe* le da* to kla M f*
exparteaee nad obeerraUO* *
hie practice.
TO THE UNFORTUUTJ
—v M.
5
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1L jmMm vi*—*
oopir^MJ
ASM > r • »M!I
of aaaajj
£m
TV# aca Ml aghm— MM *•» "" !zZd
aim ThaDoctat vlai.ad ik*
■nr»»* »i><) sMeinsd a r»' dael "
laforJistiao whloa ha to *e*p*wel
is thosr in a**d at ku aerrlesa.
will oo char** t slsas *e «•*••? j.
Parao t eared at baa* Call
MenanmdaM aufclly » oklllal-
tan doiiara lev a aaHMa *' "a"* l^
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