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SffiKtuSSST'SSiiMPUiUBii a leu. rwr •» WT«I Pobt Townagro, Not. 12th. Tba sale whteb ha* been timliif in «• P** forty ha« bwn thehatriMt of the 22*. d*«ag mach dmw w< caaerag huottoo ID port of the following which were ready for mm bat ,oi!d not 00 owing to tbe bay beioa 100 naeh for lb* paaaago of •mall I]|1 — to and from the (bore. Hmim «oald not toe shipped. or their baggage inMtvjftci to tbc veaeel*. *o the? bud dl* lo tteir ancbori. Barkootia* Kliekitat. witb * oargo of lamlaar for geeolala; barkentine Skagi«. with a ftigo of lumbar for Hen Franriaoo; Mtoooer Maggie E. Ko«. with lam bar far AUmed*. Mbooner General Bib ~tm*, witb 1 amber to: San Fraaotaoo; fen Fr*nct*oo;e*ho<»n»rOarria B. Like, ia ballaat. boond to Mlm. Dcriag tb« hick water today the foror g( the w»m undermined the oaawall, aimu a boot 100 foot of it to fall, the **a WMbtog oot lb* luu) wbieb baakod lh« Mftwall ud foraoed lb* oootinoa yoo of Water (treat for en lightb of a alia wan of the Oootom Hoom. en dan (arias the now dwelling* reoently bail! oy Ike company. The lom I* *atiiatlad to b* between |SOG9 and s<sooo, and aa lb* wall oanaot be rebuilt aatil ipring lb* danum* that may be doaa la tha fa tar* nai it be aetimated. The etaamar Kits* Anderaon, whiah bad been apparently aafely moored at the bead of the bay la charge of Watoh •an Willlamaon, ttartad from her an •borage laat night and took a arniae area ad f'eckhaui "pit at Iha moray of wind and ware, and lodged haraatf be twa*n (he old and naw wharvea at the ■Hilary poet. The watchman came dawn in the ttaamer'a boat and reported her poaition, when a foroe from the Caatota Honaa were dMMUbod oa the deals or Edna, wte. after eaverai at tempts to dialodge bar, gave np the Job, tad the tog lyee went to tha Klisa'* aarrt ■ Something had to oome ah*n the Tyae made faat and Captain Oore rang lb* Jingle bell, and in abort Uom Ika Elian waa book to Ike head of i Ik* bay. The ateamer Virginia, Oapt. Home, ess Slider obarter to tow to HsatMs a Mow containing a boiler far tba steamer tastier. Tba attempt was made to get the MOW away from the foundry wharf, when a line g'rt foul af the propeller, disabling tba Virginia far a whila. Tba kteamer Oeorga K. Hiarr waa yea - tarda? delayed ssveral baa re between km and Victoria by heavy bead wis da. Chilian barb Antoinette, of 999 toot, ebtlfred load I amber at Taooma for gydaea. m now folly doe, having tailed Ilea Valparaiso for this port Aug. 'J»th. British bark Blroh Grove, at Mel boo me July 16 b, for the Honnd, ia •bartered to load lombar at one of the ■ill porta to Mel boa mo. Chilian ship Oaatdlaa, whiab waa at Anltfogaata for Port Tow—Mid, Hep lea ber 7th, ia chartered lo load lumber at one ot the Paget Sound mill porta far Valparaiso. lerwegian bark Dictator, of 630 lost, •Mob tailed from Naw Vork Jane 18th let OalUo, is ohartered to load lam bar at one of the Paget Hoand mill porta far the weat ooaat of Hooth Amerioa. Bark Arkwrigbt, wbieh aailed frem herewith a cargo ot lumber July 14th, arrived ia Melbourne November 2d. Bolivian bark Doo Nicholas, Captain Amy, which sailsd feotn here with • cargo of lumbar Jaly Dial, arrived ia Melbourne November 'id. The atsamer Politkofaky, belonging to the Port Blakaly Mill Company, has (Moivsd a new condenser, a sew pair of towing bitte, come repairs to ber guards, bad sbs is now ia good condition threogbost. Hebooner Dora Bluhm la tba oaly vea Ml loading lumber at Utaaladv. Daring the eoatbeast blow, tbe base Mats of Waterman A Kati aad 0. F. Clapp's new buildiug were partially tiled witb water. Mr. Kaaka, the eoo ttruetor. was ssat for to stop the leaks. Sheriff John Mheehan toak to tbe ineanc aaylum a boy br tba ntm* of ltawdom. who tu working for Mr. Jfcninioe at Obimaonm. ud who a pi* reetly foil in lure with ft young girl ud attempted to iloya With iMf. 11* *M pronoanord lutM by bt* friend*, •bo bav* been watching him for wo* time, and an examination iw bald bt pbyeieiana who rvoommcndod thai ba ba oared far at tba aaylaw. ura IIHIAIIT TUT HU >*T UMIIi SEATTLE, No*. 13, IKBS. Korroa I'ort IMTELUOEHOEB: Will roe permit me, throngh the aoadinm of year Itrge circulation, to give to tbe public another in*tan*e of fee manner in Which the Pacific Mutual Life Inaorance Oca pan* of OMtfornie treat their pa toeea. la Aa aprtng of tbe year 1M I took oat noa-fwrfeitore pohoy No. llJHT.fart'jgoo, It being mutaally aa d*mog| aad agtwad tbat if for aay rea Ma wbbtover I feoold fail to par tbe regular aannal -pramiom. I ooald ear Nader my policy and get ia return a paid-ap policy fat the full amount al ■todp paid ia, aad upon tbia epeeial JBtomaat I fatt aoatparatively cafe. I ■May pr*mitta*aragaiarlv aatil April VMM, aad feca m»nnl a paid up Vaffay accord tag la ettipleltoo. aad waa MMMtotbaheaileia for iaforaa- Naa. Their rapty la mo waa that I aMM aspect nothing from them, aa 1 Mi hat gtvea tham timely aot 100 of an hMaott to aarraadar mn policy, aid MM the aallM etaada. After having (aid to the aompaay aev«r<l head red aaham, they have refaaed to do aota (Maatof jaat lea, beoaaae of a techai •MM hehiad which thay aaa hide, aad. Mt taa Meaa at laaat. haep from me my Ml lam. After wadlat yoar aoaoaat M the aiaaer la wbiob fen are fwjhw the payment of fee Char lee <MM*r* hfe poiiay, tt oaaamd to me MM If aU each aaaaa were haaoght to haM tba pabil* woald iaaot to *han anh a aompaay aa fee PaeMc Mataal IdMlaaanaaaaf Califoraia. I. N. BtOBLWW. . T*a AotrkToaa n Ohcaa.—Tweaty •v* of fee I'aoama agitator* arrived sar'.gnAyßg&s MMM anp*d Mr tba atgbt ia the Otarthooee. Th*y war# by Catted Mat** Dwtrtet AMorney Wm. H •Won Wedneaday miiairg, before B«. John P. Uoyt, Jadgn. ia 000 a Owt. and after boaritoi the indtot ■MM* lead wer* gtvea time to pined. Ta* eeaaa have haaa *nM*llii*tid aad Mtf will ha tried twatoar oa two ia ■■anßutn. ike uilataii* are ronco ■ntad by Hoe. Jeha P. J ad-on. Hoo. 5 *• fWaieun. Mem*. Saar* A Afeton. Jwß A Oetaor. aad Mravo, ttainee A MaMiakea. The petaoawa were ad ■to*d to baH hi tba *am af #**) eaoh. •ad prrmtMed to go tn ahaMge af fee Mpaty Maiehat to Taooma ta gi*a M. It ia feaaght aa adjoaraad of tba Coart will ba held aaro to P feaa eaata ia a boat two weak* «MM Mataa Dtatnat Attorney WMto to* been advieed by Attoraey Doaaral wtti that aoaa ml *dU ba aeat eat Waahtngton ia fee proae Tha Earoar Banasa.-Daring tba •"aU a< Aaaaat. MHB. Ibaae wore haakd •tor Ma OolaoMa aad Paget Soaad tattoiiail from tbe K»atoa aad Mawaaa *ltMee»ooo too* of ooal. the large*! •■tobat ever hraaght M aay eao aeath 5" Mat time. Thte record Mood at Jh* top ontu October. MM. wbM MJM ■Mat anal wer* broogbt te thia city gpha* road JjMhi* M.OOO une were *•*•'. to the loa«l yard* and aold to ■••ad eteam*** far raat. f "mr" -fr "t "*■ m anni or mm**. Sauk. N i rem bar 12. IsHC. A Mvara froet viaited the Willamette *all*y oa the aioht of Ma 10th. Any ohaofa froa* rata airtight la heartily welcomed. The reoeol heavy ratna having reader ed the tribotartei of the Colombia navi gable, the many tteamboata which bate rataainad idle daring the paai on moolb* are now bnetty engaged in tbe transpor tation of wheat. There haa beeo bat little land plowed for wmtee wheat, aa the raioa came too lata in tba aaaaon to be of any avail. Tbe " roller eraz*" baa taken poeaaa •ion of the yoaag folk* of Salem, atnoe the completion of the new akatiag rink. Hot one t jar a*iU i* in operation here at praaeot. About 900 barrel* of Soar are maaafaotared by it daily. At Sil verton tb* Oregon Milling Coaipaay'* naw mill baa joat baen etartad. It la a Sve (tory boilding, and baa a oapaoity of 220 barrel* t day. The mill ia now grindiag away at a rapid rate, and, oontrary to tha advtoa of tbe Governor, maab naw legiatatioa ia being mtrodaaed. While profeeaing to bo oppoaad to tha epaolal Marion, tha Damoorau have turned oot ia fall foroe, aaob having a faw little bill* wblob be ia aniioaa to bava pa—ad. The Doaauaraay of Oregon eeeta filled witb tbe idea that if they oennot elect ooa of their fellow* a Senator, they oai at laaat worry tha Bepoblican* greatly and perhape foroe th«m to a oompro mtaa. Hiraah, tbe oaadidate who lad the race at tha laat aeaaioa, ia Mill Mixed witb tb* idea that ha ta tbe oomiag nan. Ilia reel ooataat ia between Will Urn* and Mitchell, with Moody in the back groood aa a com prom im oaadidate. The preeenl iodieationa are that the Democrat* will foM and vote for Mitobell. The " City on a Creek" bu bean iiml It MOMmd laaelj about tba inade quacy of her biubor room. She wilt in all probability bam ample room for the aooommodatloa of ber shipping after tba completion of tba Cascade branch, aad thia time being ao near at band it woold hardly be worth tba while to make any etUultc river improvement*. A mere eooaamioal plan woold be for Portland te move ber "plant" to a larger " Creek," Paget Bsand for taotaaee. Ilia A. Uuort. MtTIIIT (KIT PtttlUllH. Sbattlb. Nov. 14.—t0 the oaae of the United Htatae vs. Hamoal Fox, tndiatad for aaaiattag wtaaaean to ewtfe frees beyond the ooatedy ot the aoart, the de fen deal waa arraigned aad pleaded not guilty. Daniel Oronin, John Keaae, M. McMil lan, (Merge Veoabla ttautb, Walter Walker, Pater P. Oaod. A. C. Turner. LOB. E. Be a oh, Mary R Keowertby, J. Caldwell, P. Wiekatrom, A. Amanda. H. M. Hall, Miahssl MeGann aad John Winsoott, iodUotad by the Graad Jory oa the part ot the Dotted Htatea on a ehawe at sonanirasy, ware srraigosd and given until Monday to plead. rbe following persona entered into S9OOO bonds eaoh aad «tt released froen oaetody: Marv K. Kenwotthy, with a Baxter and Oeorge D. H II a* saretiee; Jobn Keaae, with L A. I'reen and Mary A. Walsh aa auretiea; Daniel' Orania. with B. F. Day and John Spray as so re Ilea; Michael L, MoCann, with Ellea Brennen, W. B. Jones aad Chat. Kennett aa aoretie*; L >o E. Beaeb. with N. L. HohalU, F. U. Harkins aod W. W. White as sureties; John Wiaaoott, with Charles Bee eon, W. A. Williams and fhomaa Caflrey aa aaretiea. TMB BABIES tttf fSI IT, And the old folks Isugb when they find that the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Srrnp of rigs ia tuore easily taken sad and mere beaeSoial ia its action than bitter, nauseeos msdminc* It atreagth ens the Liver, Kidqeve, Stomach sad Bowels, while it arooaee them lo a healthy activity. For sals by A. B. Hrswasx. Inpt>«NM TO SnirrEac —Mr. 8. O. Kuitoo, Amiatant General Freight A gaol of tba Nortbarn Pacific Railroad Com pany, waa in Seattle yneterday. TVdtioc come of oar heavteet shipper*. Wben oomplaiot vaa made to bim that Seattle freight, instead of being shipped to Seattle by rail, IM it *b>aldbo, ii damp ad into a warebeuae at Tuoama and aant bare on tbe O. K. AN. Orapui'i boata, ba (aid " That ia tba faalt of the abippeia ttamaelvee. If tba mcrohantc of Seattle and other point* eo tba Sound would, wben ordering good*, re qaoct that tbe; be marked'alt nil to Seattle,' the; will oorne tbroagh all right. Freight not marknd to that manner will ba tranafarred at Taooma to tba boata, aa tba O. K. A N. 00. olaim a right to handle all freight not marked ' all nil.' " Tbi« i* a matter worth at tending to. Tba traneferneg of freight at Taaome eaaaee unneoeanry delay and naadieaa labor and espeaee, haaide tbe e*oal lo«* br breakage ooo«ateaed by eaob handling. Mr. Oatsert tele graphed to New Tork rMiorday to hare all gooda hereafter (hipped to tbe hone* of Bohwabeabor Bra*. A 00. in this city, marked "all rail to Seattle." Down Soond merehaate will atoo lad to to their beat tote reel, whila compelled to ahip bt the Northern Pacific, to have their freight ehipped direat to thia point by rail, aa tbia la tbe natnrai and arell eetabliabed dtatrihnliag point, from wbieh eteemar* leave tor e»»rj point oa MM load (fur iafwtaaae arer J day. Ciiltwtn Krrvaa A whaler which arrived aa Has Frcoetaeo a abort time ainoe, from Behriag Sea, had oa board two Britleh Columbia Indiana, who were picked ap oa «hM ia northern water*. The ladlaae elated that they had darted oa a trtpto vieit a neighbor lag tribe, ia a canoe, aad while oo the way a great *torm earn* ap aad carried them many mtlce to thte aatohabMad ieiand. whom May lived for Mveaal aoMbf, making thcmcolvoc is com foruble aa poaaible antil the whaler MMatot aad ptobad them ap. Oa their arrival la Daa Fraaoiaea they warn t orwed ever to toe Brttteh Oiaiol, who paid their faree oa the Qaeea to Vie i facta. where fear arrived Friday aoaa tag. Ciuxntoo* IHDoaaatmrr.—Tt* prop aeiuoa to give tba Q»aadtaa Pactftc Railroad Company $V 000 to Mian dtreat railroad aiwiaeaiina waa voted apoa by the pr.perty wan af Nov Weetataator laet week. The propoct tiea waa evidently a ppalar ooe.ee II got every vote *e*t—lo# ia favor aad aaaaaaaiart. A GOOD Rnooao —During fee month of October thorn waa not a aaaa af tardtaua ia fee Deaay School, wife an alteadaace of over MO d«Uy. and ia fee depnrtaaeot praatdad over by Prof occur Joaao aad Mtaa Oaadoa. wife a dally attowdaaoa of 65 pa pita, aot aa laatoaai of tardtnece daring fee praaaat term af Famtrc Comma.-Oa board tha aahooaar Marion, la fee VciM line, which called from Ban Fiaailtn Mo earn bar 7th. Ie frotobt to Toaag A McK<oa. Waddall A Mdo*. Li 1 a mea A Haaford, Pamwhrey A Co., D. B. Dana, Tha A. P Botahag Co., Fraeaetbal Bnfeara aad Harriaffta* * weoderfal dernhtlity. For mla kfAV lliaaaa ¥ cater ■ Laary btook, I I I Un ar unrua Kemainiag m tha Saattl* FoMoQce Saturday. November It, I*6. Peraoe* aejlmg tor Willi letter* will ptaaaa any Andrew*. Barney Allen, Eltaha 2 Brown. Amy Baree, Mr* Annie Beba. Joha W Beta*. J ha Oarlaeo. E • Oot9a, E C Crowley, John L Garter, Win*ton Cypbert, Daniel Dieree, Mia* Davit, I)and T Daviea. Geo Deea, Mr* Jdia J Dillingham. LC 3 Daffy. Mr* L:zzie Doaglam, Mr* Mattie Edgar, Cbaa S 2 Elliott, Delpbine Evana. Mr* Jeuea Edmitton, John Fasoa, A J Fire ham, Albert Fooler. Cbaa Fietober, J E Fenaoy. Jamea Fink. Mr* A A Gooding, Geo W Grader, Mr* Lena Green, Mr* Mary G Garrard, D Grid the, Mr* Eliza HowardAßlaokman Ham blot. Aloor > Harm. Mr* E 8 Henderaoo. J M Halt, W H Hamaon. W C Holland. Joa Haff. Bev J T lake, Goo C Johnaon, Annie Johnson. A Jphaeton, Jam** 2 J ohneton. Mr* Mary Koah. Mr* Anni* Ring. Albert Kelly, J Kennedy, John C Kabn, J King. 8 L Lyneb Bro* Levi, J arae* Ma*r * Ornie McDonald. D Mania, Eaoeh V 2 Mosxtrt, Mr* G My lee, G H MollefTHerman Moor*. H K MeO-iy. Mr* Ja* Miller, Lee Me Jartby, Mr* M Matbeoa. W L Oat or*, Carta 01eeatad,Mta* Mary Palmer, Liaeoln Petenon, O B B*yao4do. John Boa*ell. E M boherta. Goo BimmU. O B Sbenan. Mr* C Smilb, Mr* B Shram. Robert B Sbafer, Steaart Sbarbeck, S Steoart, *u lomaon. John Taylet, J*a V Thorp, Willi* Viniag. Geo W Waabiagton, Goo Wilton. Loaia Wood. Bobt Waiaky. Mia* 8 V*». Cbaa Yingiiag, Frank D O. J, Caaa. Poatmaatar. ruin awritu. Battery street M E. Church, North Seattle—Kev. L. A. Banks will preach moraing and evening. The theme of the morning sermon will be, "The Mar vellous in Kekgtaa." In tba eveaing the topto will be, "The Bedford Tinker, er Ltaasns from the Life aad Work of John Banyan." Htrangers and aon charchgaers cordially invited. Four o'alook af ternooa aarvioee at the T. M. 0. A. hall today aa usual. All are welcome, strangers especially. First Baptist Chaioh, Fourth and Jamas stiMla -Preaching by the pee tor at 11 a. m. aod 7p. m. Morning cut>- jaot, "God's Providsnce and Man's PeevishaeM." Evening text, "He that hath Two Coats let Uim Give to Hiai that hath Nona." Hav. D. J. Pierce will speak at Lake Onion at the cloae of the mission school at 4 p. m. Trinity Cburoh (Episoopal). oppoaite Court Hoaae, en lhird street—kloh communion, Ba. m. Sunday school at 10. Other services, 11:16 a. m. aad 7 P- m. Chapel cf tbe Good Hbepherd. oorner Second aad Blanobard stieets, North Seattle—Hundsy school at 2:30 p. m. The Kev. l>. U. Btrokbead will otfljiate at 7 p. m. Christian Cbareh oa Seneca street be tween Third and Fourth—Sunday Hebool at 10 o'alook and services aa 11 o'clock in tbe morning. Prayer and praise meeting oa Thursday evening at 730. Tba pablie are cordially in vited. A Tale af Twa Beta. NEW YOEE, No*. 13.—A dectaian open ing tbe defaalt wbiob bad been taken agatnat Ung 810k, a Chinamau, in a eoit for aerrioae broogbt br Ong Jong, a fel low Chinaman, baa jaat been rendered in tba Citv Court. I'be action la a pe oaltar and infracting one, and prob ablr aothlng like it baa ever been broogbt to tbe attention of tbe oonru before. It grewa oat of tba killing of Ah Moon by David Qainn. a drnaken ruffian, who waa afterward convioted aad aeateooed for life. Ong Jong broogbt eoit to reoover S4OO, wbtab be elaima Ung Sink prom teed to pay him for aaaiating in the proeeootion and eon Tielloe of Qninn. Ong Siok told him that tbia money would be prooored from tba Sis Companion, of California, wbiob ia oomprifad of Ohiaeae merchants, aad ia a aort of Chinees protective aaaooia ttoa. lie waa ahowa a paper by Oag Si ok. by wh'ob tboee eompaniea gaaran Med to pay aartaln aama for different gradea of oooTiotion proonred aaaiavt any partiea who might kill any China mea. Oag Siek promiaed that if tbe Btx Oompantac did not pay tbe money to Oag Jong. then Ong Siek woald pay it. Tba moaey waa not paid, aad Oag Joog brought *ait and obtained jodg meat by default. The defeadaat after ward appeared and declared that be did aot know tbe nature of the paper* wbieh were carved ia tbe eoit, and therefore did not make hi* appearand*. Tbe Court granted a motion opening the defaalt aad allowing Ong 01 ok to HHini *arl r( uaT run ia ratairiAM. There are iaaaaerable lnat«noe* where oaiaa have been afeetod by 800- yill'a Sa tea pari lla, or Blood aad Liver Syrap. for all dieeaeee of tbe blood, whoa fee pattaat had beea gtvea ap by pbydetana. It ia 00* of tbe beet nor dice ever offered to tbe public, arid aa tt I* prepared wife the greateat oar*, aa a apeeino for certaia duaaaaa. it ie no —r->f that R ahmVl he more effeataal h *p«iinp^»* BaivSri Blood aad Liver Syrap for all dieordera artetag from impure blood. I« ia eo dorwro by all leading profaaatoaal men. A. B. Btawaar, Agont, Biattl* Ktru MiTcn.—Thia afternoon fee maab-talkad-of rifla ■ale* will take plaaa MmN the MMWI U< a IMB fraa oar M aUJltory onMiMliOM. M UM MM* >■ tba aortbara aabarba of Ml ottj. Bicbt HMD vtU eoMUMte a IM, ud aaab nu will be entitled to too abota, at a target *» Tarda dtataat. Tba nllitary kin a—i»J tba foUovtaa abarpabootara Ina tbetr rank* to ray- Naaal tbarn: flanaanH Bod too. Mar abalL MaKaaay, Moo«ey, »aitoa. Koen, GolUaa, Ltaaaamk aad Ward, aaa priTiua Laoaferd. Shay and Eliaoa. Poar of Utaaa an aamad aa aabab'aua. Proa tba raaka of Company D, *. O. W , aad tba Seattle K>Saa tba foUowian wall kaova awikaaiaa ban baaa alwi ad to lananaat toa kM|4«aa>tami; W. A. Hardy, iaaaob Qraan. Kirk O Ward. L. Andrew*, WiHlaa Hail, C P. Ikaa.C. L P. Saltan. 11. Aqpati. W. Sdwardi aad P. M- Straet. Tba Kaicbuot Lafe.tr earned tba lata Mbaai ataeuaa la m. patttea in I— dbMUM br *a4aa af n»dU« W. aad £m < mSTduaaaaia. aad W. L M unarm atatk. k iwMltw to lory ■ latulapeeial ta* waa «utied bj JStoU. Sttani fra<raat Baa Chop Taa baa aa ataaL atll Tba eaaat of S»«J awry J" Mattod by P»a»la*t Hyamrw* SEATTLE, W. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15. 1885 A BKLItBIt ARTICLE. For entarpnae. pnab and a dtei.-e to get encb good* aa will give tbe trade aatiafaedoa. A. a terrtin. tbe Drag eim. lead* all oompeuw a. He aell* Dr. Boaaako'a and Lang Syrmp be caaae it i* the bo«t a.eiieioe oa Ibe market for Coagbe. Colda. Croop and Frimary Conaao.pt.on. Prioe SO oerta and (1. S< cd plea free. d« AM-UT or in* aetntu. All day k>a« Wt a*eended op, np into the cloud*. and standing oo the Terj •ummit methink* I tee attain that litUe ebild of Wirselj fir* nummere, his ear ly lock* fl*uia« an the breeze, his heart seemed filled with wonder. A thine of beauty there be itood. God'* sentinel, I trust, stationed at an ompnai of His great army. A dim to rob of heaven surprises bis bean with JOT, and olap pine bis little bands be or led. " Father! O my father!! and thou art well." The old miner's eyas tilled with Wars. Clasping his lord; boy in his arms be •aid, Let as carve deep a poo the rock this truth,' Swamp Aacel's Rhea malic Oars is the only sore oure for rheum* tism in all iu form*.' and that in i* hoars, afur years of weary pain, one bottle of this wonderful medicine re stored me to health and happiness, that the winds way bear the stomas new* of this wonderful disoovery to the fonr corners of the earth, and it be blessed by thousands ef homes made happy in restoring to health their loved ana oher lahsd ones." _ A UUtT MM'CIUT That is daily bringing Joy to the home* of thousand* by saving many of their dear owe* from an early grave. Truly is Dr. King's New Disoovery for Consumption, Cough*, Colds. Asthma, Bronohitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voioe, Tickling in the Throat, Pain in the Hide and Cheat, er any disease of the Throat er Langs, a positive en re. Onar anteed. Trial Bottles free at A. B. Stewart's Drug Store. Large sue SI.OO twuri) mnrnn. American*, more than any other na tion in the world, are victims of stom aob derangements. This is owing to the hurried manner in whioh they eat their meals and to the amount and quality of food eaten, neb food being cheaper here than in any other oountry of the world. There are very few Americans wboee stomach* are ia a perfeotiy healthy oondition. Moat remedies for the derangement of the atomaoh are offered in the form of bitters, tonics, eta., which menly stimulate the stom ach and afford a temporary relief. De Haven's Dyspepsia Care ft a remedy that sapplie* what is wanting in the digestive jatesa of a deranged stomach and ia the only remedy offered to the pablio that cure* all fecaas of Dyspep sia, Indigestion and Flatulency. Free •ample hottiee at A. B. BTIWABT'S Drag Store. Or. Vrasler** Tbrwi sM Last Balaam Is the greatest remedy in the world far Coughs, Cold*, Sore Throat, Indoxnza, Qnioiy, Laryngitis, Croup, Hoarseness, Uroaofaitu, Asthma, Catarrh aad Whoop u>g Cough, aad all diseases of the throat and loans. It perform* wonders in re lieving Consumption. It strengthens the longs and instantly allays all irrita tion of the throat. CUTIUKD, Ohio. Dr. Frxuur—Dem Sir: 1 was troo bied for a boat three months d arias the last samm r aad fall with bronohitis •ad a bad ooogb. After trying several remedies without finding any relief, I used your Throat and Lang Balsam, aad found immediate relief. On retiring at nuht it gave me undisturbed rest, and after naing the medioine three weeks I foand myself eared. KIT. E. Nun. Dr. Frm*ier'» Throat and Lang Bal sam allays all irritation of the threat, penetrates and heals the longs and as sists nature by szpeetoration to throw •I the corruption. Held by draggiats everywhere at 76 oenta a bottle. Frailer Medieiae Co. proprietors, Cleveland, O. Sold by A. B. Stewart. Seattle. Tb« public bold* STOBB'S Blended Coffee in high esteem far IU undoubted parity and extra floe qaililt, which hat secured iu an ia baudreds of boose* hold*. It beer* tbe reputation of befog the beat Cuffee ever placed oo tbe mar ket of this oity. DO 11 CmicKim MBAL ia iost tbe thing for oysters, chops, etc. Light hundred floor sacks for aale, at 2& oents per dexaa.— NURI«BTU.I Cucia Conruii. ao 8 Avoid the hareb, irritating, griping eompoanda ao often cold aa purging medicine*, and correct tbe irregularities of tbe bowels by tbe use of Avar's Ca thartic fills, whiob are mild and gea tie. vet thorough and searching in tbeir action. * 1 o Hocuiitrui.-Try Eleotrio Soap. If It doee not pleaae TOO go to year gro cer and get yoar money bask. A trial ■caw Dsver witboat it. aolO TBB KUQ or ALL.—Tbe light ran ning New Home Hewing Machine Kim pie, dunble and handsome. For sale by ALBBBT HANBBB, Yeeler-Leary block. Front street. no 3 Da. KBLLOOU'S Woasr Tu is entirely free from all Mercaml properties: out be given to tbe weakest constitution witboat danger; is palatable and easily administered to oblldres; is mild ia op eration, aad never fails to effect a care. Price 2B cents. Held by A. B. KH*»«I, Seattle. ocSldwtita Css Electric Soap for cleaning year carpets. removing grease, pitch or Maine of any kind from yoor clothing. It will make tbe old new, the werthleca valuable. nolO Bay the Krantoh ft Bach piano. For sale by ALBBBT tUms*. T color Lsary black, Front street. noS A* a panftar Ayer*e Banaparilla MM direotly aad promptly. k angle bottle will prove lU mania. Hiq tboaeacde of ueople ar« yearly aaved from dancer - Mt htm by the axerotae of I little timely oan in prooerty eleaoaißc lit eyetecn by the nee of Una nmedj. * Watebea. diamooda. jewelry, oloek* and ulrarwan for Mia by Albut Ha»- m. praattaal watebmaker and jeweler, Tenter Laary bloek, Front MrM. noS The Cbioaaa ara sotnc. and we will ■ab Cobioel Photograph! for (3 a dnsrn for iba oezt thirty day*. D. B Jobcdm. oaJB H«t* yemt NRINAN tend aa aooa aa a eoiaaM M ooopieto. at P. AnUiony't B jokbtoderr.aod jot will have so nice lac D sra ban to rriret. DO t iAdUt" and Minn Cl—it for F*U aad H'mor reqatnoteata it a very ptaaaiac feats a of W. P. Bern £ Co.'a oe« etoak. Tbay ara proooaaard by eooooenioat ho yen to bo aatufaetorr la qoautt, imi aad ran. 017 Gold, ilw, alaaMaaia aad rabfca* ara amptoyod by Dr. Kilboana. Ok Praat all at to malhrw artiftmal 6m m Gold for partial aa*a aad ahtaai au fat fall aa prwee the Ml eatae- X. Clam a-m reoeteaa 900 roil* af tba baat Ml Bite Hint Batter par weak, wbiek be aeiia at reaeooable ratea. Call •ad act a auipte rail. K Can—aa, Orooer, 61» Front atreot. taflla Tba Aaaal pbatoataaha ara made by Moore, Satlteaa'e Bioafc. Praat at. ael Tba vary baat photoaraphia work la 4a |m Um ftrV ftfß. Mi Claitad Qauk. 7I»H Froat Mat. weal aalS THB ARCADE, W. P. BOYD A CO., PKOPRIETOR3. W. P. BOYD 4 CO. BRIGHT, NEW AND GENTEEL SELECTIONS W. P. BOYD & CO S. [DRY EfIISTfMT DESCRIPTION. Oomprlßlng some or tho moat Zllecant LONDON AND PARIS PRODUCTIONS, For tills Season's Wear. Our new Stools, of Ladies and. IwEisses' Cloaks Aboundis In Pretty Deslsns and Low Prices. "THE ARCADE," FRONT STKEET7 SEATTLE. W. T. "THE ARCADE" BUCK DIAMOND COAL .We are now prepared to furnish Families, Ho tels, Manufactories, etc., with the best Oomestic Coal on the Pacific Coast. Yard, foot of Spring St. noia W. J. ■»YAMT. Cecal agent. PRIIIBNTBU BROS. RELIABLE 8000S >T LOWEST PRICES. Dry Goods, Canete. Oilcloth, Boots and Shoes. Clothing, ■ate, Traalu, <Jte. AUO-Nsw aad asnrml haail Orals daeka. We pay the highscl prtoo tar FUR& HIDBB AMD WOOL. ructimiAL Moi,, «-* Ootamsrgial Seattle A. B. STBWABT, WM>LMASM AMD mm AIL DRUGGIST VBONT nam, Bsatii®! ar. T*. Two doors Maw Bard ftfinrt aew hrtefc belMlaw "MJF NONE SUCH CHANCE. WE WTLLTBELL CHIIP FOR oesh or exchaage for good Seattle property, a olee little farm of eghl j sens in lalaa i ceanty. - Five acrea dyked and aader crltlratloo twenty acres rhokw bottom aad forty aces well llm be-ed. No ~ wiHeat" aeed apply. O. C. PHINNBY ft CO.. noT Room 1. Post Building. JIS. PILE'S PFiRLINB The greatest thing ever la vented for MAKING Washing Easy Ask yoar O-woqe for M nol 1m MARVEL OF CHEAPNESS. u ra»PLP4 cyruircoit," ia three lane veiaane. a' TOO peace each, booad ia leather, sll Ml Pebfieh datfn. Still cheaper to "CEIBBBB'X Bkl TCiarßßfe," la 18 large vol omea ef US Mgea each. wtahmS eagrav- ISM boaad ia ieethrr. at |BL "HACEBP4 nCTCiarBBIA •a »HBa«iaC«Bt," la half mo reooo. kV h-s Wished at SIL DICEBIt'i WSBE4, 14 volumes, fll SA Pnbtiabed at ftt 40. With a terg. snmbsr of other books at half prices aad issy at Was. We elaa have a fall gee ef uisilaasry aad tfchnsl (Md Hsaa. Opera tllsssei, Phssa graph. A-tagrepfcaad w tp Aiacm^ me. sa at very iew rates. Call aad ssa gar Hack. W. DA VIM ft WJU aeSitialdw l*t Cherry stwet. ACCIOKHT * MM IMURMOI J.tWCBAKP ft PAKTKIUOI Notice of Final Proof. C. a. LAND Ornn AT OITVKA, W. T., October *O. IMS Notice b hereby Una thai QEOBQK P. BOTCH, guar lias or the aetata ef William BatcliSb, Isaac.. baa tlsd notice of latentte. to make Snal proof before the Clerk ef the District Ooort. at his oOca, to Seattle, w. T . ea rnd.T, the Ilk de» at December, A. D ira&, OS Bomeetead epplieaitoe So MM. fsr the leu 4,1. 7, 10, 11 end It ef isstlsa «. township M Dor. b, nags T cast. H. a, sue ss wttaessss: Frsak Dova'l, John McOee, 4 1. Burnt sad Wa. I hcsTSs all of Seattle, W.T. JOHN P. aOWKT, Oft Mcl Register "f tke lao 4 Okie, W. INTHOKT, PB ACTIO AL BOOK BIS DEB PAPER RULER AND BLANK BOOK mannfactarer. Opera Heeee Black, roome • and IA Hsettls W.T. aol HOTILHAKD REfctTAURAjn tT sums umgiiNT, Mill Ktreet, 7 TNDBR TH* NEW MANAGEMENT U nothing bat whl'e help is employed la or aboat the hawse. Table supplied with the beet the market aflbrda. Board and lodging, by the week ft 80 Board by the week 4 M ocJO A. 1. TICK. 05ci 85e Ir<lN* HOT LU.NCBEQ ffom II a. m. to 1 p.O ss., for ladles aad geatie men. Otveasarwll. Aa I have a lag* la the podd'ag I think we caa give aatiafactlaa. WM. MEYDENBAUER, Proerietar Eureka Bakery. Front street. ascitis. W.T. MET HGLAND HOTEL, Comer Osmsisrclsl aad Mala sM. ■RS.Lt HIRMR a AS AGAIN ASSUMED CHABBE of thi. po paler haatatry. The best choapast houi la th > city. Oo.y oae Wock from the wharvse aad depot Casckcs la aad Ira* svarj tlaiaMr. Comfort of resell eisoty eared for. Pnesete salt. aott THEARLIN6TON Md bid d tfc larUvat, JOLIUB W. SMITH, Prop'r Sight tarja «aiw|Ma »aam« .•gjgSa-""* ~ ~ palace clothing uocse. MASTODON OF MEN'S AKD BOYS' CLOTHING Merit is the Trade Mark of Suc cess aiid Quality the Test of Cheapness Ye Men and Women, like Han nibal of Rome, lead youi Sons to the Altar and make them swear Eternal War against the Perfidious Idols of the Crafty, Bait and Scheming Institutions that presume to claim rank with the PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE. What a very striking contrast between this estab lishment, tbat appeals to j our reason, an I the flat headed Lilliputians who endeavor by crafty schemes and senseless baits, to lure you Into their meshes, and, la a word, fleece yon under the pretence of up rightness and honesty. While this mar seem caustic to the reader, we would have every man and woman understand that tbe time has come for well-wishers la this city and surrounding country to pruteet, In a measure, the people who so generously patronize the live and liberal merchant. Popularity and pro perlty can readily be commanded by any merchant who his the ability to Buy for Cash, sell for Cash only, and transact his business on Honest Principles. We do not resort to the frail and worn out sys tem of giving Baits, with the intention of Over charging the buyer doubly on the next article pur chased. To close and clever Cash buyers we ex tend a cordial invitation to test our Prices, Preten sions and qualities. We do no business on the ba*i* of Far or or Friend • ■hip, bnt on merit alone, and we auk the money of no patron who cannot appreciate tho big importance of solid value*; and unless we have your confidence in our ability and integrity to place before yon HONEST GOODS AT HONEST, LOW PBICKH, our appral for pnbiic patron age, bicked by solid reason*, in In rain. Upon the basin •f merit alone we solicit the attention and patronage of the general pnblie. In eonolnsion we will say that a larger and better stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATH ASD 9/ JLM*m, SHIRTS, TRUNKS, ETC., Cannot be found outside of Han Franc laco. Beeptetfnllj jours. H. HERSHBERG & CO.. PROPRIETORS PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE TOL. IX—NO. 2D.