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Ban FaawaMo, MaNh Hhootly ba tow ♦ o'ateab Wo afteraooa «re waa tha eoraar af fiftb aad Brrr anaate It apvaad fapkdly ta ttn» atbara adkute iac- Tha bw i rg» wer% oeoapted fcy >- aOrabaa. t. /mat k Oa.. Tata* A Co , aad Staadard OH 00., all doatan iacaa otiaa. ooai Mi aad baariaa Tha atroa tan wltb aooiaota waa eo»pt*<ely da atroyod. Qrabaaa io tha larowloaar. hta (MO «Boeatia« to awr f 18.000. tha otbar loaaea will raaab fixe. Ikein SumMM ae'tro waa titoweTia'tbe baiidin«a. Tb« Ultef prwaUa tbat tba An WM taaaadiary. ■r. laMwta Talb.. S AM rumn, Marsh E- J. Bald win retaraed today aad w»e abown a dtopatob from Mnnptiia, Taataeaoaa. eoeialnlec tba aandiitoea twiyiaad *1 1. O. Marriaaoy ta htaiaply to fMdwii/a ahallaaga made to if. Morp'ty, Mor rioaay'a trainer far tha raae baaweea the latter'• Moetaaa Baaeot aad Bald wta'i Voiaste. Motrimer propnaed a im for two aad a quarter mi lea for (10,600, to ooaae of dnrto« tba aprioa meeting of tbe Naw HompbM ioobey Oob, wbiah begina on April as:h. To tbta Baldwin raptiao: rha propoeiti n raaeivad from Mr. Morriaoey io ao< io eooformity with my ahallenge to Mr. Morpby. My ebal leo(re WM ta ran Volatile again* Mom Una Begeot for from SSOOO to S2O 000. Mr. Morpby to eame tae amoaat, and I tba diotaaoe, tba raae to be ran on tbe track of the Aaaeatatioa giving tb* largeat amoaat of added moaer. tbe •aooe to go to tbe • inner. My boroe will not be io form to ran m early a* they prepoae, bat I will now make tb« following propoaitiao: I will ran a matob at bbv time after tbe Latooia meeting for $lO 000 or more, diotaaoe one and a bait milea, play or pay half forfait. If tbia io aot aaoepted it eodo tbe matter " Hncmi < Toon, h Marsh '.) -John D. Morriesey, owner of M >ntsaa liegent. ft) *bawn E J. Baldwin's lelegriuri from He* Fraaeiaco tent tonight tbrovffb tb« Aaaoeiaied Fret In reply, Mr. M-rrieaey eaya be will mat a a Mn tain Kama I againat Volant* for |lO,- 000 at a dietanoe of miles to be ran at Cbisag* dnrtng tba DMtia* than or to will allow him *BOOO expenses if tba fane it ran er»r tto a*« Mempbi* Jar key Clab aoorae daring tbe spring meeting, which open* tba laat waek to April. Morrisaey farther *ey* that it la a faot well known to lorf men that bona* of tba Pacific elope are at least three month* earlier to ibeir pre parattaoi tbsn thoea of tbe Booth or East, or If Volata should be in better ferai tbao Montsna Hegent, both will waivs this advantage. Arrested far latraileaieat Baobakziito, (Oal ). MuchS —Asks blymea Labtaao, of baa Fraacise>, wsa arrested today of a charge of mhnile meet preferred by Attorney W. P. 8011. Lablane, wboee aeat was contested, kad his expenses allowed by the Legislature, and In tto bill w*e a provision to pay a sertalo som to Ball as attorney fees. Leblane reoeived tbe money bat felled to pay tto amooot doe to the attorney, who hat sattssd his arrest for obtain ins mooey onder false pretenses Tbe ease has been aet for Friday storaing, at 10 o'eloek. •rammer* Arias led by the Beeeat Dfrldlttß. HA* FtA*ctsoo, March 9 Etatern drummer* in tble city, adsiled by the recent decision of the Dolled Htstee Supreme Court. have refo*ed to pay the ocoal lioeoaes. The Court held that it was against tbe liiter-Mlnte Commerce law that any monioiptlity should charge oommeraiai travelers from other Hlutes a iiosnao fee. License Collector O'Brien and hia deputies called upon some newly trtivsd drnmineas yesterday, tot were wet by a rvfnail by them to pay tto license Mr. O'Rrleo b%a referred tto matter to tbe (Sty and County At torney, asking him for an opinion a* to whether to it debarred by the recent action of tto Haprema Court from eol looting tbe lioenae* from the drumiaera. Tto queation is an Important 000 and will afeet meet of the merchant*, aa labor, root, ats., are higher bars than io the East: bat tbe basin, se now done may, by the presence of the Kistrrn drummers, be redueod to Eastern ratee in every respect. (■glare of Ike Wealeaa Ueatesael Moati n (Ar.), March Wnrd ha> jail been received that Lieutenant Onitlerez. the officer commanding the soldier* who had a part io the shooting affair with American officers recently, wae oaptared thi* afternoon at B iena Viata. a boat nine miles from here, by the partlea aent to pnrsait bv tbe Meif can aotboritlea. Jadge MuaUverdi, C»iief Ja«tlo- of tb« State of Honors, arrive* here from Usavmss tomorrow morning, and an examination of the prisoner* will probably tan* place to morrow at thl* plass ander the law* of Mexico. I'olntiel Arviaa, the inatiga lor of the whole sffaii, will either be •hot or seotenoed t • a long term in prison, whieh m-ans bs will be redotvd to the Mnka la the Mexican army. I.ieutaoant Qaitter-r will undoubtedly be turned aver to the raited Hute* su Ihorltlea Pleaded Callty ef amacallaa sua Fatm ieco. M irci » -Oa*tavr Harris, Qaartarinaster of tbe *te*m> r (laelta, was searched bv ewstoma nfllsem last nlgbt nn leaving tbe st an er and (180 of oplaui was foand on hi* per*-m. He was arrested and today waa takes before Tailed Stale* Owumimoner ■awyer. lis pleaded galMylo lbs sbarg*. Realty Heasml The resignation of Charts A Wet mere, as Ohtef Kxeentlve Vitlealtaral OSeer for Oalifornia, «hteb wu tend ered uroe time ago, was aneepted btdav. The Bsard of Vitiraltaral 'V>mm«eaii'e srs preeenlsd Wetmore witb a hand sotns table service ef solid ailvet. Twe Bread Dt*ea*e*. The Reamer Marbaok. which arrived today from Panamt, bring* tbe new* that yellow fever prevule la t oeuu. thdombia. and ia oaa*tog great ai.tr tallty. The oholera ta Oblli Is said to be abating. •erHtea la Favee ef Ike Widow. HAN Fatm-isco. March It laUaklaod today Jadge Utbseo desided lb* Todd will ease, which has h-en on trial nearly Ave week* The coolest waa ovsr lbs alleged will of Joha Mor*o« Todd, aa Oakland eapttaltel. who waa killed bv the oar* about two veara ago. H* left an sstats valued al $;W.OOO. After hta d-ath tbe allowed will waa found he »*>.«» to his brother. Walter H. Todd. I'hs widow oooteeted the probate of tka will ea Ike groaad tkat •f s forgery. A decwea was rea dsiwd ia favor of the widow. Merkarge«l the Jary. Bas Faaactaro. March •,-Tkejary ta •be esee of Kadertek H McLraaan ekarged with embesihng tbe faade of Ike Anoteot Order of K >re«tora. while District Secretary of tbat t Irder. same Into court this anriiigg and reported their laabtlity to agr«e. after beiag out all Bight. J adge W il*oa tbervapoa die ekarged tkees. sblpwtaa lalelltaesee POST TO WWW P. M arekS.-Arrived- Mklp kale l>av«t|vit aad askoowsr Omh«|. Ng O.oaaa Marsk • trrnsl hit itao ('tin » "ill»< Karl ttIMM aad taitwiae late S«MM fc'*aa*«. MasaS S tmnl HaM F— ***** *W ss*ass« mm. m . ♦ % •»' - «■»«* >lWll wwf iMI W* NW MMMI MMHM fHB vfeW' ''i i" A * rnmrn-mm m J •♦% mm* a 4 %mm mm fNr- mmm mSmimmmmrnnLrnm FOREIGN SKWB. **» ferret* Waa llailad Tm Ha a. BooUMR ? --Ug Iftf* Baa4.ro«wdo*ek tha racoti of tba tro-H * at WbaEta, hat. ftariag to oraaa the Uaonha, awiod to ahead* »h tbay t»i t fcbaaaa Uta aoattaaadarof tha^anwo^Tba took tba papan to tba town laaatad af to tba Cutiimaador. Tha lattar. baanatr that tha aathortttea bad wind of the i>lj<. ataited tba tavoit probably After tmua AM liar tba raaama CaaaL Basua. Hub »-InlMtmjm baa arrived b-ra. Ba waa coot by llaibarta, rtaaab Ambaooodor, aad waa c»a4agtod to the Krraeb Embaaay. It to atated that a part of DeLoampe' miaotoa bare to to <-adcavor to eeeora Oanaaaya aarMaaaa hi aeatraOxiac tbe Panama oocaL Inr4 by tha AaMrtea Catwaaaat. Kotta. Man*#.—lt to a-aoaaeod tbat Mooa. bampnUa, Noeato at Madrid, re fold tba o<Baa of Papal Secretary of Mate, aad tba Autnaa «ovaromeat or«aa tha appotataacot of Maaa. Van aat alii, Naooio at Vie ana, ta tba vacaat paat. Aerated af Tertarlac Prtaaaera. Lcmxm. Maroh 8. -Tba Jomnmi d> m. oaeaooe the Ksiaarian Dietetora, M it oallotbe Begaato, of tor to* og tbe pr oacaro wbo took part ia tbe reeeot revniatioa aad oommittiaa atrooiiiaa oadartba aamo of aaamarv exeaaiioaa. " 1 beir revoitlog brutality." tbf-/ mrmai deelarea.-*wiil ealtgbtoa pob He opinioa aa to tbe raal worth of tbaae pretended defender* of tba ooaatry. Wo Lope that tbeae eiseaoea may iooare tbe eonviotion tbat it io time fcr tbe lermiratijn af tba martyrdoaa of tbe oafortaoate nation wb'eb liieaiaa da votioa baa oil led in>o exieteoee. aad wbieb io too groat for Earapoaa tolera Uon to pc*m t to ba oarraaderad to aa oroby. Tbe BierUttd raaadtta Parlgr. V im»u. Maroh 9,—Tbe Canadian Haotßc Kailroad ta blockaded and train* are eaaoelied. The psaaeogero who have been on tbe way have retoru«l and will take tbe Northern FaotOe. The lea day*' mall aocamolated will likaiy he forwarded by tbe Nonhna Paoifla Heavy alida* of earth aad anew oo anrrad. aad It ia aot known When tba train* will ran. PmrawH Hopelessly laeaae. Jaha Boee, telegraphic operator at New Westminster, attempted aaicide today by opening a yein in hi* wriat. Tto attempt waa frustrated. and b« i* pronounced by medical mea to be hope leealy in*ane. EABTBKN NEWS. •■r •■■* aet Urk sf Ceai. WtMHMo*. Marsh 9 —The efleers of tbe Ordinance eerps are very maeb gratified witb tbe performance of tto new eight inch steel rifle sow bring tested at Hardy Hook. This gaa was hollt at the West Point foundry of Eng lieb end domestic steel. Thirty test round* have been fired and tto trials will be eontioosd dorioar tbe eammer. Witb a abot weighing W ponod* and a charge of Amerioaa brown powder, tbr Initial velocity of tto projectile was 1*75 feet and tto energy developed at a distance of 1000 vards wa* rqaal to 7000 foot-tone General Benet says these result* hay* toea eerefaliv com oared with tbe records of trials of Kropp. English and Frenob gan* of the of tbe same calibre and establi*h the faot that the army eight inch steel rifle is fully rqaal to tbe naval goo. and bet ter than the gone of corresponding sail bre made by foreign manufacturers. Toaching the fsllore of Congrtas to pass the Fortification Appropriation bill, Oaooral Reset, Chief of Or Jinanse, t"dav said that tbe fo*oll is to leave the Fortification and Ordinance works in a worse sbape than they were after tbe adJ-Mimmeot of the last ssaaioo. At that time there -vera a few fog ende of the Appropriations available, hot sow tbe Ordinanoe boreaa And tbe Engineer <»rpe mast oome to a fall stop so far aa concerns tto son*i root ma of nana and fortifications. Tbe Kogineer eorp* said the Ooooral, baa a Wool surrendered It* military functions and ha* been resolv •d into a body of civilians devoting all of its lime to river and harbor improve menu. 'lwo twelve inch rfle eanaon of oast iron, strengthened with steel have been I vino for month* incomplete in the Month Boston «bop«. Gongrss* having failed to reapprepriate a suf ficient som sf mooey oot of tbe amount already aathonatd to be expended to pot (hem in eervioeabto condition. There ie no ripectation among Ordi aance officers that Oangrees will p\as the Fortifioation Appropriation bill be fore tto closing day of the nstt Oon gres*. and daring tbe next fifteen month* there will not be fands evaila ble to pay even the wtiefcaaen on tbe Fortifications. JaMlaat A*rtealiar*l < atlece*. WinmniMii, March » -Tbe Acrieul tarsi college* are flying their (lag*, aad tbe people who are 'epeotally interested ia Ikem ararrjolatag in ooaeeqneuee of the pnasag* of tbe Experiment Station bill, bat a qoestion ha* arisen whieh would appetr to indieate that tbe demonstration* were premature Tbo flfth eeetlen of the bill, tbe onlv one re lettas to appropriation*. «>* the an a. <•1 SIIOOO ii hereby appropriated to each State, to lie specially provided fur bv C ngrtaa in appropriations frum year ta rmt from the a-let of piblio I >nds. the first par meal to be taade am Ost. 1. 1«. Tbia ia wngtilar phraae ologv. as it baa i<eea held to he an ap proprtaltm olanae, bat eloae Inap-cti.ia »f it baa gtwew ri*e to doubts, tbe weight of amdßntal aatoion being thai no money ia appropriated If th *i* •oral nod by the aathonite* the b»gln ning »f the new work will be delayed onti! Cnngraee act* farther. •tuaiUleil «Ilk Ibr W»rk tl raagree* Wtaanioroa. March »—Mr .O'Neill, Cbalrtnaa of th* Uoaae Ltbar Coaiia t •ee, eaU today that be *«< grvallv die *»ti»9* i with tbe reaalt f tbekeeataa'* w<*k. "A* a reaalt of twe veaia' hard work, we have praetiealtv **~otapit*hed nothing of valoe in tbe ielereat of labor. Two Important bills that we wen working on, to prohibit tha importance ef alias anntmet labor and the labor arbitration bill, wfcioh got tkruogb both UotMa, have failed la r*oclv« IHt Preatdea'** •ignaiare. Ido not know whether tbay get to b«n io liiaa. bat » rtaialy they ar* ioet." Swltuiag Trade Saltan The Treasury Dapartmeol IS ioform*d thai many trade dollar* pseseaied for rrdeasptioa st Naw York base been *UU aad Ailed so skillfully as aiaest to dsfy detaotloo »e*y Pa* from SI(D to f 1(0 more to an agent for a piano when you can boy a Weber and lWker & (bt ptaao dirswi from the fadorv and save all proSls Io middlemea. Prank Kimball, maaa fadorer a Ageal t KBoe, three iWon above yisk'Sia. Ptaaoa <ta sasv teems aad for rent Sam pie ptanoa oa band Vad and ■ I pnjaa. feS.lf s »tu ISe« IMIMtr Ika ball seu« wis barae4 krMkUv, rs. iaaoia aa<*aad he. -a • aWN**fe. a *s»anas naas ttgailf. •<* aw yaaa,^ ia sg*> *»»• assas at>'a*a> a I *• MNM HflMi • %-m « * *mw> mm immm* * I ■ ■ f >— (0 mrnm "mm m* *mm t*• «awi ' & » - t * *#«!• < immi fciMM ' 4 mm Imp wm tHIWI mm mb * » 1 t* m -1 SfcAITLK DAILY POST-EN 1 *LLKJKHCEE, THCBBDAT, MARCH 10, 1»t» •UM im KViMf S< M«» a*» etaimed t<* thkt ■kSnr »77u ytayui to tdd to*Wtehiagtoß Tartf tory ia aloag. oaniw *trp. >mi«l M MM north by Bntiab Colombia, oa the •Ml by Mwin wd oa the Mtf Wf SicstViO. wd raally form* • Mil MW«* pa*V goagiaphieaUy, of "Mtiaftn tta of Idaho. Thu Kntkm portioi of Uikt to Mh4 ob ib* eoath bf Kmdft bad Utah, ud tkan ta oo qaeeuoa of boundary iklek wdi nrmri? tater fan wttb ito jsaattoa with Nevada. Tha - l-ii mn»« i lihai I fir tbe ma roßderoftbopreoeat icrruorial govern woi tod tic lb—r Li turn of.iDdlbef Territory a d State are theais: Tba kortbora otnp beta* j used to Waoh iogtoe will tvoatve tbe beortto of tbe prapoeod admumoti of tba latter aa a State, a abuc« whtoh oaaaot be long pootpnaod. Aa *a ratal rf«t it being made for tba adamM of Waibiagtea Territory, ud tba lainaaa of popola ttoa and exienatoa af beot<bn«a will aid in aeeom pitching bar adm—ina Aa to tbe ooatbera portion, tba boaeflta to ba derived an two-fold. Tba joae tioa wttb Nevada woold at uooo pet Honthere tdabo oa iba footing of a Ste-e and at toe aaae time inereaae tbe tarritory, population and reeooreee of Narad*. loatead of having to ga through tbe l>a« and todiooa prweo* of making ao apptieatioa for admiarioa ID to tba aioterbood of Htatea, Southern Idabo. aa aa integral portion of Nevada, woold at oaoa reoeire ail UM beoeflta aad advantage* of State government, merely by tba aaarifloe af a name acd iba mr render of tbat inefficient, oraat afaoiory anrt of a rale wbiaa u tbe beat tbat ean ba had under l orn tonal or giaftttioD. rb. bittory af tha adariaadoa of Nev ada into tbe Dnioa aeedi ao rapetion. It ia eaoagb to know tbat at tbe preaent lima ahe ia not, within the gptrtt of tba Coaotitntioa, entitled to tba riabta aad privilege* af a State. Her pi polation, owing prineipaiiy to tbe exbaoetioa ot ber mine*, baa beoome materially dimio tabeJ, and ber oealtb leaaeoed. Tba addition of nap territory riah in min eral aaaßb, aad aa ioarea**4 popola tun, wo«M roatore ber to bar former mtetaa and make ber io reality aa In name a Htato.—A'»« Francisco Chronicle. Tbe T scorn a -Vein, tbe organ of tto Pogat Booed Demooraoy has tto fol lowing to my of tbe Hamilton ea*e:—By tbe unanimous action of tbe grand jury yeeterday, in the eaee of Coit*4 States Marshal Hamilton, that cfßoer wai olearly vindicated of ray imputation teaioaa hi* oiloial integrity. Tto POST bnUMnca retard tbe qesry yeater da;, attaining that tto efcaraet made •ere true, whether United State* Attor ney White wonld press ibe investigation ngaioet a fellow partitas at tigoroasly a* tbongb be were pursuing a Bepobti oac official. We believe that Mr. White did bit whole doty In the matter and preeented tto beet evidence that oould to addoord, and tto jory were of one voice in deolarin* their opiaien that taere waa ao ground for tbe obarget, and tbe opinion prevails that tbey were inspired by tbe cnalioe of a discharged offloial, and that Marshal H.imiltn has oome ont witb bta official charxoier oo imptaehtd. Htncros at Spbaoos.—Ah W ng tbe Chinamm who has been oonfiutd in lbs ooonty jail sinoe laat Fftll on a torgo of potty larceny, banged himsrlf last Mondsy noon to one of tbe interioi grat< d door* witb a silk handkeroh s'. He bad oot been dead more than After n or twenty minutee when diaoovered by Sb*r>ff Cody, who hud called thare to get tto baaket to take dinner to him. Ho immediately som mooed the coroner, Dr. Bartoa, oho with Doe Potman eo deav red to resuscitate the unfortunate oeleatial bat all to no purpose. Tbe re main! were taton over to Usiten't an dertaking rooms, where they were pat pared for burial, wklch occurred the oext day.—.Sprays* Journal. aniiimt. »«D THI* i To *bo«e mbjoct «o the vexations of business life, dy*pepsis, sod a feeling of debility, irritability and desooodenoy, we say. take Simmon* Liver Regulator. The Hegulator ta trie from any injuri ous mineral unbalance, Dot disagrees ble; MB be taken at any time without interfering witb hu*ine*s or pleasure It ia gentle. aafe, and a good dige*tor. It is amquallfd ia the care of pile*, ooßsttpatioo, bad breath, sisk b«adaoh* ud bilious oosapUiats. dw mt nnmnwin new mi STATE MEftATK. For expsditini i*<p«lstiv* business. Ediaand L Pitta, the President of tbe New Talk State iterate. stand* alronat without a peer. Hueh a place ta a moat try tag ose and requiraa great power* of sndaraoee. Uae of Mr. Pitts' ableat *uppcrt->r* will bs seen in bia latter given below: STATU or NEW Toam Saaira CUIIIBU. Ar,ii lNT. March 11,1586. I ka*a osel Alloook's Porous Plasters in IBT familv for the paat five year*, and can truthfully aay tbey area vslos Me remedy and effect great cures. I weald not be without them. I have in several iastanee* given eorue In friend* tuff ring with weak and lame back*, aad they have taranably afforded ser tatn and soeedv relief. Tbey eamot be too highly commanded. dv UDWTJUD L PITT*. The•• OKNrEMKWIa tbe moatp.p. aUr kid glove in Ameries ♦ I.4ft for five battalia. 91.90 for eight halloa*. They are f*r below the price of any otber standird maker. and for fit and dura bilitv are unexcelled. Tbe ahova are re tall price* I the glow » not «old al wbole aale' M (THWABtI'HKK HRIK del? >Ji« POWDER Absolutely Pure. yfTiisirsjr^sitißwjgS SOW SEEIS *I»M! •♦<l »«<j Whit* Cl»«#f • II —» *> mm i MP*Wi MM *MP*t tun (k vimt «S*»WM» saga ' woatn tan. nterirtMit I; liming af tbia mortal Htm, Keaotvo ao trihaaa, baaabto tboagh tt ba. For oo maah worth aad w otttab partty? Tae : Wbdo oar hoarta oaa ftoi a» Hra la mild Mhalooiaa to it. owaot ooatiat; Wbteh amootho oaoh wrtakta Iwa tha brow af OOM, Aad aot* eternal yootb hi boaaty the**; Uchto ap tha gioota af daath, aad potato Ta Ood*a oataottel haaa aad oar diviaa abode 1 aMaoßMHaMOMaaaa Aad hat ■lord effw Bavaa Weafta. Eleven weaki age yooterday John Thamaa, (famiUivty known aa "Navy Jaok." aa old woednuurnr ea tbe ooaot wbo had onorao of frioada) Ootoa a Hatotoo, formerly emptored aa booh keeper in Uaydec A Oo e More oa Water atreot, aad aantber yoaag oaaa wbooe aaae aoaid aot bo aaaartaiaed aad wha baa a brother liviag ia town, left ia a am all tailing boat oa a five weaha" cram to tbe acrth with tba ohjaot of looking for timber olaima. Since that time aotbiag baa been beard of thoaa aad Thooa**'* family live oa a raoah looatad oa tba aarth aht rv of tbe Firot Narrow* are begiaaiac to ba a little aaxieoo M to tbe wlweaboato of "Jack." The party parabaaad the oraft,ia which tbey were to aedartake ao loag a joaraey, for tbe trta. Tba boat it diooribtd aa being tboroaghly ataonab and aapable of oarryiag a weight of a boot too poaod* ta omootb wator. The doatioatioa of tba men io believed to have been Knigbt'o Inlet a dtctaaoe of 200 mitao op tbe ooaot. A» tbe boat contained only five weak* pro ruioa* it io trident that the aieo bad ao intention originally of remaining away from borne beyond that time. Some of their friend* think that the teoat ba* been impriaoaed by too in ooe of the onmerotu bay* in that locality and tfcst tb« pan; ha*, in eooacqaeoM, been detained looser than tbe? expect ed. Captata Merchant commander of tbe (teamer Mermaid, who yerterday, (•turned from a trip to Thnrlow Island wbiob is not dUtanee ttaie rid* of Knight'* Inlet, report* that he cut find ne otoe to the party'* where* boot*, nettling having bee* heard of then by the logger* and others in the locality. and til inquiries proving abortive. The eowt north of tbe Galf of Georgia i* rather roach. be ing indented by bay* from vhish rapid oarreou and tide rip* are constantly running. It i* boped that *ome infor mation a* t* tbe fate of tbe party may soon be fortbsommg a* it would be a great relief to koow that no ealamity baa happened te the men and that the; are aafe and welt HORACE GBEELiiT sail "Go West." On or about the Ist of April HALEY & WRIGHT Are going Eaat aad 8011 th, To premiae* now aoenpied by Little Mae. AT 612 Front Bt., l;ader Masonic Ball. To aave breakage aud loaa la ■•VIBI, *• will sell at M-nfk price . REWARD. It TUB PERSON K POS3KSBION Of THE oTrrOMt ttkM from tl.a block or Saturday or Sand*y. >lll morn thr book F UOI ID th« nerkai, be ouy twp the cott *nd tbe (IS bill wblrb **» la 'be boot. Send boek by m>ll So Po,T-l;rruxieasca*, and no qatwtlona will b» »»kwl. mrgS EUREKA RESTAURANT » I Bnkepjr, Cor. Fr*nt and OoiamWa street*. Having purchased thk ku rrka Keetaurant and Bakery wa will conduct the badM in Ant-clan style. Oyftera tn every Myla. and meaie carrad to order at all hoar*. Kagnlar meal* 15 oeata. Board at moat Canilactieoery alwaye an hand D. a E. M. MUNRO. <«*> Fornwl; at Seattle Keetonmut. OREGON fAM RECEIVING ABOUT EVKRT 1 fortaight a carload of OKKGON FARM HORBES AND LOGGING CATTLE. AXO WfU. ill To keep a supply con stantly on hand FOR SAL. £1 E. MEEKER. ■»X<l NS«t.T. TrMfßrtr a Ratios Tmm nunRM or ms%m twm % mm m§ m m mm ■ <ph pa* 1 S im/m* w WMrmm# *'»*'*ftft m mm i ft fu. jpj | lurtfi scafiEf »t< « « atSK % * * » s* «* i ft aasiHas • TRIBD CRUMBLE T&ADB S.S.S. MASS. gSsSSg^Si bava trial a number of phyoteteaa. aaw a ata'ement in tae papera telllag wimt g.R.a.hadjto*o fir etharatfaa- Su.; aoOoo that my oaawar WM healing up. My health had Iw had'Stwa or three yearo-I had a haoklag <v't(b aad apit Maod conunoally. I bad aoevere pata iamtreyt Af ter raking fix buttlM of fc 8. 8. my cough left me aad I grew otoator thaa I had beea far Kveral yaaio. My eaaeer ha* heated over aJJ bat a little *pot aboat tha alaa of a half dime, aad it ia rapitly dteappaariag. I would ad viae avorv oae with oaa oer to Civ* 8. 8. & a fair trial Mita- Nakct J. McCnirauanr. AahaOmve Ttppecaaoo Co. Ind. Teh. IA MM- _ Swift'a Spec 19c U entirely vegeta ble. aad aeaw* to cute eanooro by forcing oat the imporitiae from the Mood. Treatiae oa Blood aad Bhia DiaeMea mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., DRAWER 3. ATLANTA, GA. frtMeod* ly No One Need Remain A Dyspeptic. "I have been suffering for over two years with Dyspepsia. For the last year I could not take a drink ef cold water nor eat any meat without vomiting it np. My life was a mis ery. I bad had recommended Sim mons Liver Regulator, of which I am now taking the second bottle, and the fact is that words cannot express the relief I feel. My appetita is very good, and I digest everything thor oughly. I sleep well now, and I used to be very restless. lam flesh ing up fast; good strong food and Simmons Liver Regulator have done it all. I write this in hopes of bene fiting some one who has suffered as I did, and would take oath to these statements if desired." E. 8. BALLOC, Syracuse, Neb. *250 S3OO FOR 5 Acre Tracts. There are 25 lots in each one of these tracts. This is only SIO per lot for property that in one year from now will be worth SIOO. Thare are fourteen traiaa running back and foctk. pant this property erery day. Here is a chance for beau tiful Homes at prices within the reach of every man and woman. HEFNER * OISHON 208 i Commercial street, Seattle, W. T. 1M «•*••■ MEEKER'S " ■op Oultur* * * r it.H»i r m% ■ *■ * n ct> jcoTrx^as nyp^fai ~A~SUCCESS7 The New Grocery Store C. W. SYMONDS Will onlawo his stock of Groceries, Feed, Provisions, etc. WOt keap tta bMt la tha market. aa4 nU aa tow m tha towaA. Qooda dalirarad tw tatfcactty. CHARLES F. FRASCB, VIOUULI AWB KIT AIL GROCER, Gives his personal attention to orders. Or ders from abroad delivered free on board cars or steamers. Free delivery in the dt j. Store on Mill street. *«»*«■* M. dt K* COTTBTEIN, IMPORT*** A*l> WHOLESALE MtALSBS IX WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. FLOLB A«*WTB FOR TUB J F. CUT TEH 110 COLD BAR WHISKIES. 110 JOS. SCHLITZ IILWAOKEE CEER. NEW YOBK AND KEY "WEST CIGARS ▲ SPECIALTY kwit »LefK. 8o« rwowT irmn 1 , wtm.!. HARRINGTON & SMITH, IKPOBTIM A*D WHOLMALI DtALIM, dare now on hand the largest and beat selected stock ever brought to Pug«t Sound. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware Iron, Steel, Cordage and Ship Chandlery, Flour, Feed, Haj and Grain, Boot* and Bhoes, Crockery and Olaeaware, Paints and Oils, and all hinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries; AIM, LIU, HICK, PLiSTU AID CIIIHT. Agents for Fish Bros. 4 Co'* celebrated Wagoas, and the Impe rial, Northern Queen and London Insurance Company; Capital, 136,000,000. HARRINGTON * SMITH. Commercial street, Seattle, W. T. my 3 CITY IRON WORKS MORAN BROS, Prop's. MILL AMD STEAMBOAT ENGINEERS' BUPPLIES, baa. Bra** aad Ocpptr Pip* aad Pitting*: Staam and Water Bra** Oooda- M—M~ SK&MiC EUSSS Hoa* Packing aad Wa«e TnvalixZ' m °* t Uad and mwta* eogtaaa. aad aU kind* at machinery built aad repaired. W* hav* on hand and for aate low. aeeoud-hand englaaa aad bouSkT^ Mill WMt opener Railroad avnwv P. O. hnx at PIONBBR VHOLBSILB BSTIBLISBMBST or WASHINGTO * TERRITORY. SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO IMPORTERS AND WBmmi .m or Orooerles, Hardware, *lxll3 Ohandlerv OlotmnSf Dry Goods, Fancy Gkxxls Boot® and Shoeft. ' and Caps, etc. Will alio aall. both WiiouaiLß aad Rrrin, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtalna, Houae Fur nlshlna: Goods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc., eto. Wa cordially tarita the trade at Waahlafltaa Territory la giva na a eai SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO. In rut smiifi cor it or bbttur no. >■!>!>■ \SLI ta n * T^C " ** "* L C • hiMa r«re mamwm at Mr. • ■«<« *1 —— «• •llawM ■» praamt k*».» • tOm ■ bmTb<*^>> "(•Ma !MM«( M> rw>« Va»t« 552wtl <wT u *l" "* *«** t ",T I wSmJ** «»*» J ff*i ft ttfi »? wm • *» t fIK •f - JSnowriiA* Flour mm. HEYDENBAUER. Pnp'r, Coracr TIM aadOoiaiaMa «a. FSESUi'.iASiffi Be-ten brows be aad tad haaaa an 8a dajr. Plain and Oraamantal Oakaa aMt to or tor. JWOur wagon will attead to oil orrlen xiromptir JoM WA CHON6 * CO., CHINA ba nou Haoata t^l ■WW W*iun MIIVS/ -- - , t » «■#*! ■■■■<—» A»««rar««» » »>M<m . m fTXAJCEH A RAILBOADTIU ¥*t ja "zephyr Will Isay* l«ittl« for T*. o© mm Monday*, days and Fridays at 7:3® a. m. •LYBPIC tIEA* %MMtm ok<% STKUftt FLEETWOOD. 'AIT TIM®. wiiVTUt ran C4im» at nHVuS2 Aiilh at UinSaW* M.... I Am*-* m thom a*.... « :: Lm«Tii»» at. ArriT« at djmpla at. „..g , N. B. Btauiar caUa at GM Taeaw Willtllf and intarmMiiata hntS wfc— ballad- R—anrmt o» UPg Steamer Bt. Patrick gSLTSTvISteIZ imcir IJHTIL rUKTHJtR NOTJCI WJU Taaoaarer, ° " -*- a) WIB tear* Baaltia aa **-rih)- M <W at I o'clock. WIU it elude Naw Weataiartar aiiat) m Aa Fraaat iltk l» otaar treat laa. m sMOHMusrarr Carrying the Untied Biota* ~-'w «Q looTo ooouto tar Bdmaada, XatStaa Moxtotillo. bewail and ° tfIAMMAT TtAMNBTATMI I Carrying the U. §. Mall, Tuhu, fcttUt k fwt fmtrwt tan ONE Or THE wTSu. OM _ * T. Got 'An dams or will rue djuly b«tWH| P«ft ssrssft&^rar&sn Port Madlaoa. Port Oambie. Port Ledm oad Part Too mid. Ililiiili kpti PortTownoend»t«jdayOiuml mlail at 1 o'clock P. 8.. aad Baoitio II V|kl SEATTLf-WMTCM ROVTi Tho tteamar W K NBBVIR ft learn Seattle ererjr Soadajr. Taoodar at TkomUi eroaiaM o'otook. (or Wkataoa railing at MukUtao. TnUU». Obm* Uvik Iwtwr VtaaiadF. LacoejMßr, ?^Jk Balllmrtam aad Sehome. leara Wlutaota ll»| "lUEATTIMIIACfT RmTIMTI fC •taamer EliatY will Icanßtaate iuss^rsAT^SS paaTt offloe. cm Teo(«i« wtutrToraokMrt thebaata at the —mo wtaZT ■atl-tf oaaai JAjl.mi. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. wmu hi prcrf iourb um TBI STEAMSHIPS MEXICO ami Qaooa of the Pacidc. oanrlaf Bar Kritaanle ataiK will tal frwn liavodwafwhart, dan rraoctaoa at la. a>_ oa the fallowing dago nKIICII- Noreaaker IE, Dm. IT oad SI. Qiin OP THE PACIPIO—Iav. EE, IMC It aad E4, M VICTORIA. 8.6 , PUT TO—M ICATTLi- TACOHA. (TULA atar. Taj^au^oadoB other as teUowv i qi'kbn av tbi racinc— lE, Doe. a. IT aad Sl* ■IXIOO - Roreartor EE, Ptlil- Eel 1« aad It. nmtHMEwum w*m W E ipnou. *toal dw C.tP.B. Qa."* Oa—a Daafc. mm** JO* THE UPPEB SKAQIT. STEAMER GLIDE, L Moudmy, WAD mmUf UD TrMm*. L» SSS? VA^ANNSAS POLEI* *WJT«. FUR FRUGAL r >■—» «— 9 8» BOIRTL TIN QUO WTWMT » WEILS' UIFSI KSSILS "STEAMER HELEf. FOR COTIT, POSTS OFTCMMO *«• WTSMUCTW- T^ECTRAM«*T« % f «mm m l^£pi R^RRA* .T, ~ MMI BUII£ ?:»!?