9 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

9 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Weather for TOMU'»"» I*AIiM 1 NO. 11. WAR DOGS ARE GROWLING Italy, France, Germany, Russia and Eng i^d en the Qui Vive. , The East^n Question Assumes Malignant Pro- Hnp;-"Seventy-Three Warships in the China Sea and More Coming. .London, ■ .March* >>— (Late Bulletin)— gravity of the sitinfion in the Far East i-. indicated by the .< inten tion of toe Liberal members to move tn adjournment of \he House in order to . ,|| attention to the crisis in Cl^'i 'nin>4 th«- government on what , The|t is talk of questioning the government on what its 2pr/sent eastern; policy is. but this- proceeding v\*ill proh.i>ly be frowned down owing to the embarrassment JtAV^ildVaiise the foreign office. The general impres sion here is that the Chinese question Is oomlng to a he^d: y Some newspapers fear the long-pending Anglo-Rus siiti conflict -will be precipitated by the attempt of Rus su to luve China repudiate New Chwang railroad contr. London, Mtrdi o—Tiu> acute chmctn "f ttm East- em question is revetted by the fact that England now has I] war ships in the Orient, Hussi.i lias 14, France 9, Germany« land Italy 4. with <j more on the way. This mikes a total 1 71. not counting the-fleet of Ad mlral Dewey. The feeling <>t unrest in Europe over the *Chinese,question will probably result in further increa ses in the number of ships within the next sixty days. All the >i^ns in the, political horizon portend a coming \storm the magnitude of which no man can yet foresee, f That Chiru is on tluv verge of dismemberment can no *;■ longer-bo dented and in * the scrambleof the European ;V-nations to secure portions of the territory strife will al- II \v ever, tht re 15 an element here - professing to believe the time for China's dissolution has no< n<». ; If the powers combine their InH against Eri^lanJ in ■the Orient theilwould have but §even; more: ships than r. Great Britjip; AvhHe ich a contingency is not thought I probable; Etighnd is arranging to send more ships to the I Eastern 'station^- It is the impression that Italy is count ■ in-4 on Engbnd's sympathy and. if necessary',*her; aid, i- in which event England will be in unquestioned control lof tlie tern ? situation. Tlie fleet under Dewey 'and ■ the ships of Japan are not (igurad in this controversy it •all but it is probable that in the event of hostilities both i Dewey and Japan would be heard from in a manner not * ■ displeasjnn; to "Anglo-Saxons. Since England believes in .the open, door, policy as against the close policy of .France and Russia it mbe seen at a glance that, the BritHi public believes it will have the moral support of : both Japan and the United States in whatever is under ' utkea - , . .";;;., in the Cliina Sea now inaugurated i^ vhwed with gntvt ipprehenakw by iMptomats but they sis inevitable. In France ir is intimated that Ibdy tsbein| ' i ctfi paw by i ng the rj^'.f m\ logo; that if hoattiitlea oc cur tl ■ ibfe wH) re opened by Italy on whom the >,odium of consequent entanglements will rest. If Italy : causes a' crisis Engiand will appear in such crushing t force that she will recover from Russia and France • she lus thus far !>m by diplomacy. England needs Japan's .: »od will and it can X- obtained .it small . 1 predicted thai i year hence will wfti n in unquestioned control of Port Arthur and X I lop tl Cong King border, Russia i sto be content with Vladivostock as her most southern .Asiatic sea port, and Engltnd posing as the protector o( .-- China while at the same time enjoying an unparalicd commercial supremacy. PUT DOWN NUISANCES I Hog Ranch at Interbay Will Bo Legislated flßjinst. •„ <lnonJlnanr« ha* bacn drnftM n■>.:,■<!: It lll>-K-il to k f|i »i"»n "Illi- In th" city iiinii". and llmlkns lh» nwn'x-r of rowii kept by opt family to Ur.rc. Thl* ordinance Is 1,.f/,r.. tin' ' ill" council, nnl I* f*\«< Lilly ii., i-M' I In in'•>■!. !)!<■ complaint* Itf fiH't'l" at l>il"ili'.y. whniw wattr hii|» ply i" r'lntnmlnatet] by a ling ranrb, on «ti'i U eighty to Wi tioa* ars kept. Thn rnnch 1» l<»c»led cm ■I. Ml »b'>vr <lhr vnnrce of Ih* w»ter nupply. f ftt«-jii will l>* taltrn tit hav<- th»' nn i.'iy ' "ni'iliM.ii of. the Mork |j"iin.U't by Kirn: am] Wcller •'r ■« 11 ,-iM'l Htxlh .ivi'iiii" Kmith nn\ ,Miivn ■■i.i nvi'nii', Improvod. or nil 11.•• i.i.ry* Will li'- vai »lii| by l.i»'. .term on the Black $•». ■ TIIK S EATTI iE STAR HUNGER AT DAWSON Many Destitute Americans on th« Yukon. \\ \«»IIN<rr<»!«, Mnrrh ».—Connul \l''' lit I»»wnon City, wiitra |i> lli»> riiiir ilip.uiin. iii Hull th« fno'l rltUßtlon In li<"''imlriK M'-riiMw. Many huntSreda of people' »11l tiiiv,- 1,, 1,,' •mlpfd out vl,. ii i,.,-. 1t:.i11..i, Open*< The relief < ummln<-r la unable to rx- U-inl any more aI.J, II" ursra thl ■■•■111111,1,1 |O |1,1»|,1i f-.l d«*tltuts pcraont. ,- ■ f FOR SWEET CHARITY Good People Meet in the Sullivan Block. \i i> moetlns <>f I h>- e«ecullv« nnnrll i.f the ('hnrlty nrKnnliatlun m» !<''y. hr-l'l at Ita h*>*'l'|ilil I I ><t in thit ulllvan ImlMlfiK y«'«lrrd.iy aft^ rrnoon, Mli« M. 1,. Ki»tiT who tr- NEATTLK, WAHIHN<JTON, Till l^-l»\^ EVKXIJid, M\IM II •», IM9D. 1 M Mill i-.i f r ih-,- ■ tn.mlhi iin rt « ■ "iiiu VII. 11, Mn T \\ i. W«»rr, mil Ml- II II ||..Ml» Vl>. F"«i. i has • nil.'- tir.l on an avri.iiii of fit .i <lu\ ihr pact *«v*n* toon <!»>•». «nil I* ■ i.m.iil.i.i| n (<kk| 1 .>lo 'ii.r, »■ Id -.:k '>■ .Hrtl. ami (•I IUI Tl ww-lKty nteda about U'l'W If It ir in tarry th* work on thla ytar aa i. || M It dli) Iti It 9«, Will BljNT'tv Out W.UIIH.ViVroy. VUi.h A.lmlr ■l Haiii|>*uii trill 1.-»v» Havana neat Mi'iiiiny uiih ths North AtUntlo B**l .ml K'i to I'lirfim Curtaa. nm\ lnUu<» th* liun-luran iroverntnenl |« take c<tu*rt regarding* ih* murder of ■ a Amcrtvan, • Mr hM by a •entry. CEDAR RIVER WATER Plans and Specifications Arc B«in| Printod. Tin | iaii» «r.l »n^rin«-.»iir<ii« for th* lonmr'n linn of in* «*<<4ar river • «i." nyatvin mr lu-ina |irtn«» ' and btiu'i't In ttoua form, and Ml t>* rnady for lh.- board nf |iv*.!«- worh» by t>aturttay. They will b* .IHrili. Uted hinooe th>' dirrrr«'lit t-onirar. I"". •'lly lUiklkx r T hntll| ■ • will ti-ivu 1100 l«l- • »rtui la »r? for Ih* ont rd|. tlon. Th* iwmi>lil«i r .tilatna i:n lit", and will tm * In. hv ■ In. in •It*. NKLO UP •NO ItOIBCD. <!«ui- ItilMi »■> h. lit up anil rolibtO of hi* ««>M ».iit h iv two h!»»in.iy mm abnut 11 IS o'elork U»t ni«hl Tt>« rotibery ■«■• urf >l al lh« pwnirr of flt>rln« unti <n<i Tftry »v<mu». ! Otbate on Franeli ftrrny. I'MIIH. M«r*h »— f>"irin* ih- «]•• b«t» tm ihf «rmv Im.lr-I i>d«v In llh >i tirilmr of .irtiiiiirn It «a* a,I. inlllni that O«r*ii«ii» » nm "pr9p4t • •^." *li<l **"«!»<••• ,»n not. TJn bu<*r*t •m»un»fl to tTS.flxo.iM>! rranm. Mil ll'waa .i.—l.-.l «h*i i!> i.inrh mould !«»• (V*tw9 •tin m«>r# al ibt mtny »t O»rm«af. THE CRY OF "WOLF" * . ... '. .1.1 .1, .. .1. ,11.,. - * '. .. ' Story of ririt Battl* Comas From Manila, Aoaaiant f"n«ma>t*r W J ' fc*tt i«r*in-( ■ copy ef Tb# vm> rl r.n." |ul.ll«l,r,l »l Manila, f 1., to> d«.y li Is the !••»• of r i- «, am) ranulna ■% graph*' . areount of ih» fl-«l tiatll- a!'h lh<- Uiiurcanta. II • '•ir- that Mnf ihr "tMy*** w»r« attmdlnit » i*-rf-«rii!«i t« »t War rrn« ctrrua »i tlu> lima ih» alarm ram*, an<l a rry "A Wolf" «a« rala •'l br Inara. Th» article detail* ihat ih-> «oir ■m» «n<l ih»ir imrra n«i * illhi i«'ln<>-.l Th«« |H|i»r |ta«w a full | irniiwl of Ihi' br»tr>» tit .nf.-r.nl ] i t>ni~in!r«, «|>'l a l<lr\r <!. »■ tl|> j tk>n oi ih- tint ... ,»• . « ALONG TNC WHARVES. : *tt«im*r <"harl.-» M*l»>n l« <l«i» Ihl* aft*rnra>n fmm Han >"ranrliM>n with !rr)«ht and naavn«rr* Ti'» li-i'ilm» la bark fmm Hhrlton, fmm «hl<-h plar« aim towrd n boom of !••,•• ii» nwr «o rxirih In a f<-w day*. firunn-r Nrjitu.!* arrlva ! frt>m t.» connrr, bavin* In tnw a Hchl*r lo» I ••■! m id. aarkii of uratn and !> ~<\ Bh« dim h.ir*«^l at thy l"l>rr dock. Khlp Niiartmi ha«. 1 n> In ii Kklliki arouri'ln Ihl" nmrnlric In .;!•. rhatr. bnli««i Mm »hi ih.n haul al9n*>ldi> ih- Miuth li>inlnT« <•' li«-irln loading roal. ; MM Hn«allt> la «ltw>rt<-.( la *all lonittht with freight an4 i»«'n»T«, ftcamahlp t'matllla »riiv»i| in r*-ri lhl» mornlna from Vanrou»er. t*lw> will i.-»(ii loa4lna h-r rar«n in nlsh'. far Kan Kr.inri«<... Tv« Ty<-». lh« naitshlp ■•' Uio Pu*-»t ffnun>) tuxboat c<iiiif»an>'. waa taklni • n icul ai tlm aonth Imnk.-rx thin momlnii. The little "tern «h> ' atrarnvr lr» ti>-. which ha> b*M ici iiiUv liilll. hail ttcam atarted Ihl* morn 111 tn \.i Iha bollem. CRACK TACKLE IN TOWN. IVnnk I.i». the •'■'• i< tarkle "f ih<- I'uu.lhip lnlui.li ml IrnlnlfiK nchnol, wna In the Hty . «l. li|n% aftrrn»nn l-i -'i.tiß for li'HK that hnVK run away fr»n, the reurvaUon schuol hilrlv. Kipling Is Still Improving. NF.W XOUK. \i .i ', I Klpllni la mfcklna |.i.ikiikk in Improvrmrnt. Me In liulnit wvll In rvory way. Th" ddctora hiu* to mom I, 111 111 II f'-Vl '1«y». Friend of Pope O««d. I .ft" M.i.', (.—Thn piipnl nuMi hero, hi • Clarl. •!!• .1 i.p.|,n, the- ro- Mill Of np'.plriv. lit wtm n CloM frl' ti-1 Ot Hi, I'op«. FIREMAN'S FUNERAL Remains of Enginaor Brabon Laid at Rest l*nn!n#«"r Chun, X Uriihnn, 'if flrci r'lulu-' No 'i. » hii wna mil. ,i b| the i.vii hiinlmt of n lionfl reel while nn nworlng nn Mini in, w» burled yri liTiiny nriiTiiiiiiii. Mi'.nt'fiN nf t|i«i ili'iMirttiii'Mt thnt rmild h» *pnr»"l .frtim duty wrn> firi-Krul ut llamtey A Hlrwnrt'i • ■ !>.»ii..| ilurinr; Iho »i>rvl«'«i. Chl'f K«ll»KfC 'iit'l A*nl*titnt Cht9( Took wcra nmniiK the Hr»t to »rrlvi>. Th? Tur.cima fire deportment honored thi> > of th* deail 111) an n(t«r •ag of rtowar*. ciii«-r I'oyno. Cap (tin l)*vl», Oaptaln Mrut nuii.-r. Cap< i ihi iiiiMtii, J. C, < in»> .i v <' • I •in... k. an-l J. 11. Kr-ii, tit III* Turuma (Irr departmcnti vt*r* i>fca* »nt. ':'h» am \ trn» w»r« conduettd by U-v. J, W. riatehnr. a frl«nd •■( tha f imlly. Thff fnllnwlnif nr'iii.ii «i t «••! ai imllli.-;irn»; Captain -rtnil. i'.i|ii.iin l.i.tluiin , i'H|.i"ln llraun, '.v hi Rltvtgi, l,ir>iit. Horn*. IJtut. 1 >in«l«ll'i« . Th» h"i» r»*l tlini had ■ "^-•t his life, itii-t liio vtielna of which h« h«'l rhAfFti 1. w*r* drapml ii muurnlna* an. f,»!i.iu. I ii.. h»ara* f>> I h> Kravc In I<a*« V'law ccmttrry. Tho ■itvliti wvr* undrr th* aua |)lr»a ef th* Or* >i< partmont, an<l th* »«l>rn»» ■ni- >>> Individual tn*m- Im i« of ihf itriiMrimrni. Althnufh I'raL'm waa n.i a ni*mhf>r of tht I'ln lurll" Hrlli f ■■•tK-lation, hi* widow will r»tclve m donation from i Hi. i. • SEATTLE INKLINGS. —— ll.tr<l llr)m'<nl'ii i a»r nun- up ht>. for* Jurf** Jat-Mi j»-«ifr«lny, mil »h» »■• liii.-l |l!l H!if |>«M Ihe nn». • ii'l Ihr i «*h hall <>f IJM wa« rr. luinni in h*r. An »r<li-r h«« i- ■ n irnnily i.lnrcl Iv the Northern farina «uh tli« MkHcan »■• mlar •ar company, for '-«i twin hopper can• of M.OOO pounds «|'«'lly I'rotJrnt i. J, Mill. of Iba Orral Ni i ;h. m. hai matt* a |m>|MMtltlnn In ihr Mlnni-touka l ptm»»ir> . lull «( Minn, :.| .»li». la a»ll lh# l.ifayiKi huta-l and fortr •< «<••• •■' Ihihl on Irkr Mlnhrloitha. I^inll'inft In the IntrrMla "of Ih* "i. v"i. railway ar»l niMiiM'in •■••m :■»'!> liar Iwvn mad* (rum l^-»l» lon to «irani>->iU<.. • tllcunr* of too mil**, Thin la for th« Ctasrwata* . ill) v. >>ll h 1« |,i l». .'i>"ti It fr.nu 1.-•>!.!..11 la I>alo liaa. Th« body of Chart** l^-n »aa *m hal.-rci at ftonncr * si«-»ail • morsu*. and wttl I— •htpprtt Hatur «'rv I- .i«ull<- K-nlukv fa Irv- I<tin. nt. > 1 'a\LI U**f, hi« MD, »11l ai*(*ontt>any the rtmaloa, 1 >ni>rnl >»n'liM for III* rrmalii* •.r Thama* K. ClalMay Imm b**n <1»« !»*<••!. walllnc for wnrd f'- in ■ •!•• It-r, «hn ■Ma* In l'.-nl<-lla. I.inhrt. Tlw •• main* ar« at Ilsnn*y ai Bl*w 'art'* unJ*rl*liln« p«rtara. Tl><- (unrral *prvlrr» nf Itui* For. »!■■. di« 4 at \\ 'hi.- I'a**, AlMka. «n M»-.-ii t, will b* ItfM in Ih* family rr«,<Vnr* at ft". (il)mpla »vrnuc in. mtirraw «ti-rii.-in. al 3 i> «n. In i*rmcnl In I.*** Vl»w r*m*t*rr. Th» fun*ral Mrirlm of WWIM 11.. rifruls .ill h» h*l4 lit ltonncy * ft« r.m'M hai-l Himort»>* afternoon al 5 .. '.k Th« inlfriiiirl will i»ki> ilaco in lj»k» Vl#w ,-m^i'iy. uml«r ill- aM«(»t«-r» of Columbia I' li >o. :, A; O. IF..W. All • ■■I- l» of tl-l« tt.'rr ar* r«itt*«tMl to altvivi tht <n»lr»« r-ank Htrmauttan, or "Yank** Frank," th« aocondtiand d*al*r. »■• •riralM br DKaiUm l*ow*m ml Corlwtt t hi* momin* no Ih* *harf • i Tim mhtins mm wildly As American Troops March Before a Colonial Governor. LONDON, March 9.—A dispatch from Valett.i Island, near Malta, s.ivv tlut the troops on the ?United, States transport Sheridan, which arrived»there'yesterday en route to Manila, landed,; two thousand strong, r and marched in review before the British Governor., The Americans made .1 splendid appearance, and were wildly cheered by the vast concourse of people mMed. FRMJITESEIIIOVH OF PEAOE THE HAGUE, March 9.—The date for the openbi of the Czar's peace conference, which is to be held here, has ■t-n set for May iH. of rwrivln* and ronr*allnc *talrn f.,..i- in hi* omr Ilia trial will romv up b»for» Judt* I'iiim In the muuU'l|ial cniitt tbla afternoon., ..,..• t.. «.-<i Mn UiukkJ tatey •nr <!ulmi'| <■ \!»«ii> til, nit.- 17, and Mary Nl< <>llnl, a«<"l 12. toil nf l»» --quah. H. M. Iton*. in Urn »up«rlor rourt. r-r.n i i r-1 jii<K- n«-nt a«atn«t i:ilrn | lira* (ur I:* N and mat*. Tli> IMHH tin and malllnc fOm imny ha« Iwrn allowed a Juilrifi«nt by I.mil imilii"! II X hmlilt for) IM, rn-l lnt«T«t, toncthi-r with co»t of ut John OMtMi broucht Mil acalnat Wfi. i'li'"l'i thl* ni<vilhm. In the rv |i«-tlor rourt, ,..i i>t"« dun him. Tbu iui ■ ri-tiirncil ii verdict of *r* Th» jury , miii. ' a venllit of V-<i "'. <n Invor of i.iiiiiiiifr Thn riinci.il uprvlrtd of Ml Mnry Kixty will •>•• ii.-'-i in the family raWroca at t%i* Baal Aiil.r itrtat, Inmnrrow nftfrnoon, Itev. Donald 11. linrr iillli'hitlni;. Loaves for Franca. l i>: i '\, Han h ».—The quwn .n.l i. .1 ci.nt for Kmtioo today owlnß to the t'lUKh *<■«. Kho will tm "' on Haturjay.. . ■ >-J , . . Ml n r»* wflcnm". Onmil mil ai ' u» Frldny *vi>nln«. It will B«ai you nothlnit.—Oaf« 11 alb*, ■-■" Hpcond Btanut. A itliii'x of hlivlklll will. 11l ltd pl-i drni condition, ' in I ■■■ tllnllna'tilih td i. .mi a rlan* .>r 1., .i by i ii. fact

•li:,t II has M froth on top. | IS HUM Canines for Alaska Worth Money, i „. __—_r— ItIMUXS BETTER TIM EVEK _ Larf • Numkcr of o*|t I*l4 to fit- Mat O*lfl| North -Mlliniulll *i * Se«ro«. ~f>««' tt»il» U'pr»uy I>rl«k," r»» mmitmt T«m DuUon,*th# »'ii known •1.-i., t«lHl#r thin moritliir. a» ha • (■•<"1 In front of hla canln* inatl union <un ■ Hallraad WMMI ami r*t. \ 'with prM* at hi« it»ck o( >iuadrvp«ia "It I* nmri' »i> liv • i"".v «v«jr th»n It w«« thl» MM la»t »<«ir.>",Th»ri> «r*r« lol» <•' nn n >olnc r •rl*. but f»* "f till in w«nl«Hl «i..j>«. M..«i -f them lr..u#hl thrir «nlm»l» with lh»m ft"tn ll«- K»>l. '•Thl» •••win. IJIWUM. tliit.r« h>.v» rbimr-1, miii busl&cM la rmh lr<? Durlnit th« «li»i«ir I hav^ Hold in Ih- ncSchborhawt of U*l ilcj.-- ml • hat I h»* •■ now an hni.'l ar* imni iik.- ' twit eakrs. • 1« r« •>( i mmm l.rr«t u.u»ll> Mil from It* to i:i; it» l«i*rr Ih. «nlm«l Ih' batter th« irim. «if niurn 1 Malainut* dug* ara tit* iiuwl aotiKht after,' W*u«» ih«-r th■■ th» f-r.uln* AI«»V»' ')'•«. Thf ■r«:vtry »c*rr«.' : ■ imv«. Mrif *>"• lefi, and li» X » |.u:i (bout 'ilfl.i PK-nthn '«l<l ll* »fi<l wvaral othort w»rt trmiithtdown from th«- north. iTbrM ,' <lo«« «!»»«»• > hrlnit a CMtd routwt fl««rr. tb« ptirt* r»mn (rura IS* l«;tTkV , „::„ - ■' lli« Malimut* U an Ala>k.an br*4 ar.lmnl. raU-A in '•»>• cold»tt «ltm »l*. and I* % hard* animal. It will iwit br»«d In a wßrm eUm«t», anl In l4arlng ba<ln« au'h ■ cllmat*. II la •!> k nearly all th* tlm*. | ■ hava ' hi.l a«T*ral of tbon* «3'>s« die from dlMtmpkT, which it ti.li»« v«ry t**.ly. Th" Malamute h«» <Mfffr<-in habit* from th« <• n.ir'in (irdlnary Aft \\ h»n In lh< n^rth. and hltrbtl In m ' al» I. tlir»e an!ma'« ar* thr** I im ■« ■IrooC aa » <1"« nmrtv l«rlr« I'd *it#, „ .A, num»wr i>f Ih* (tc <« , hU?ha»l« 10 ,a. *l»d, and on fjmwlhj**, «11l m*kt II n't Hat an «)U>mr.tralrCrrt fine* not r«j<ilr* • •Ir^tiln* af»itm*nt la tw n*«-«l up lor It to •i«ti-1 the nl«bl In. V-uhf tb« nr«»:i.«r>- IWatll* <1«c but It mak*a a i- I in lit* ano». and l« *v>n o«M< foruble, 1 tt> l"tiK hulr kwpa It vtrjr warm."' Tnm'n "> amiry," th» y'Minc t'Hßlr «hl<h h» liii« b«in exhibiting "i> the roof of hi* "harrm," mM with a I'.Unt iloalh rwently. (MM mnrn m«, whIV T"m -»• itlrrtns Urn .■ in.- of doit f<>.i*. hla "tttntkty" K"t vlclnua, and. Invudlna the >•■" i. Itik'i ■•il<>! to »li;ii:>imi 111 beak* iwi.l I talon* on ih» iiiwifT'ii'iitii! animal*. Tom attempts! to expel lil» t mnr> with ■ tviiikliiK-ni but an un lu< Vy blow . landed on Urn bird llUfn \» 111' li r.niili.vl In death. Torn la now iiK'iiinlng U|a lon of his "(-unary." PERSONAL MENTION. i i^ t *I * ■ ~ ] ..i t. r. .nlllcn ]* r.'si"'-■; -i • from na«m>n City nt th« x.-iuiii. Arrival* thin Miuinllllt at.the lUii- Icr nr* W. White, Dawmm City; \v <■ Cirli , 1.-, .li> * \. '. . W. II HcurK, Ntw York, i.n.i I!. P, McCor* in.'irli mi.l \rtr>-, Hiil<-ttl, dri'froii. .1. I*. Kcnnrily, of rto««lau<l. I). C, If ■ iloliTi-il bi the ll.ilnlrr ilranl C. I', llmith nn.i a «■ Cartmi, of Pint.. Mont., nre <n town ntnri<lng ,ii iii. llidiiltT ilrainl. 11. li Hin I Hi. nr Hm York, la at tho Uulnlcr iiiiiii'l. K. C. W»nl mi.l «lf.-. nn<l \V. P. llflinln«)i'itT ami n|^r. arrlvvit yra l.iilny ftmri Humrtum, Alaf*k«, mi>l arc «i"ii|ilnß at th<- ihiiit, » * ■. v ■, .- * * * ■- Ml I-:. H.'h'iil.. i I" < luiK' i Ol tho »<»nlllr hrai h ■■' M Bllli i * Cn., ro iiii in-u ytitrrday from ■ two montha' • STEP LADDERS Four-foot, 7?c; Five-foot, 90c; Six-foot, #i.io <;(M)D STEEL dlflft T"r and 7?. WI.I.SHACH (IIIMNI-VS-Three for sfc SPELGER & HURLBUT I2IS-1217 Second Ay*««« Ir'i throuih the Kant Mr Ito««n --• ctK vitittd the el««« an>l cruskery centrra of trade, and whll* In N-w Ynrk attended the annual I 'li\»-n --tion oi rrockery men hl< h was h< I I ,' the Wtrdorf, AalorU. Ha cay* th»r« la an air of proaperlty and activity ir»v«lllni| throuthout the I.a«i. »ti<l lh» rry of hard tlni'« la ■ thlm 'if the i>ail I). W, Adama. of lioaton, la at the IU iiur Orand. (!■•... C. Batrh, of Chlrafo, la at the n..n.eror.nd. II li llri>kaw, a mil' han' "I (mm i» atopplni at the I'iiit. K. ltrown, a Incvr. from Port Townaend. ia at the imi»r j,..u- 0m '.V. Dwelty, "' Port Illakeley. la reiiaUr«d «t the lull ltn.it Dunlap. a ran. hi r, (rOal l.» I'unnii, la In tnwn »i"'.iilii« at the i IMllrr. Mr t>iinUt> h»a Juat return ed from California, »hn« hr owne a ' l.ir« ramh llr aaya the .rn|>a ara •liriirift K»in thla year, aa thrra i« Iliili- i«r mi rain at al' I'roapecta •r» lad. and the farmer* are f«tllnc pretty blue. M. 1 Itnach, imillm t«i»>-n«>-r n>n'> .if Ibe BJ iiraii.l.- A W«at»rn t«iit..«.i. la In the clljr from Fort lan.l. It C Utevena. general urentern paa nn«rr (|tn! nf the Ureat Northern rallr-Md, returned thla mornlnc from Portland. J..hn A. Miller, «r,,-r«l frelKht ( t ni .i» ihr Or»at Northern, la In T«'"«ma Attend th» oprnln* of >'«f<- Halbe, Cultlni lllark. Kri.lai evenln*. I"*■-■ in - - • ■ DOWN AT MANILA Saattl* Soldier Boy Writas to His Mother. Mr*. Daniel*, «f thi« city, haa re ref»»y» a iMtSf from her aon. Wlll lom Pynrhron. e-f Compavnr It, T*lrst tVa»mnct<>n Infanlrr T"nlt»<l Rtatf* Tolunlary, nnw atatlantMl at Manila, in nth the young aoldler Kila of' i»i ■ . tl .llti..n .if th# irmr and lh« j h...i.U.1 H*VaM lli»y irr«lvc. llr write*: We cannot glv* too much I ml"- to the war sick soldier* ar* ir>ate<l. Tr<- government "allow* j a. h paMbH *»r per day 4» buy ci- > it aa *nh Th* sanitary isondltlon nf ■!.. Kanaa* i>clm»n( la very bad. and at thla writing ther*> ar«- seven* leen ruri of amalipol In their •tuarter*. -Jack Vldler,; a Heattl* ttoy.' v atrk «lth a sever* case at mtp#, and ta In the hn«pit»l Th* h<i>- nl (*»mranv R gave a show the other nlsht. Th* entertainment in'luillr'l Of song*. r«cl|.«ll«n». and IndivmenUl ual<- Thrv cleared I'A* ■■- Veniran. or tiV> In our rtieney." LEAVE FOR TNC NORTH. Tv« OAldi-n date, af the- raclftc • ••am whaling rompany. will leave ehortly for llnnter'a bar- I'M will Ink* v" supplle* and m number of m«n ■■. work In the company's Bah rann> r\ Th.' (M*M Oate will |fi>(<iM> remain lh*r* during the rummer. Miii i- her return from th* north the tur haa been >'i Moran'a ways in I' t"l»>k a thorough ovei haulina A large Him of her k*el, which waa lUin^sed while In i Ala»kan waters, ha* been removed «nd re plnretl l.> new llmhwi. Mh* ha* alao ' l>r. n rr-.i.um .1 and her machinery r.|.»li.Hl The i!.. Men (late la <om inr.n-l'-'l bl Captain Bnow. THE MORAN mill The first atep* towar«l the ron struction af the mammoth sawmill j Mnran tlrothera i ''nil ii it- build ing, arr l^lna" pushed with vigor. A l»rg« force of workmen are employ <-1 In rinklng nlle* and laying the tlinV-i« for t|... foini.'aili'na. A lurce section uf tin- old Kerry mill .t... «ii..h waa upheld b] rharred and worm-eaten piles, ha*. \ b«»n i.-mi'\t.l. nln' a line of new t'l « extending nearlythe length of the a. earner wharf haa ln-vn erected. •lviT these h floorln* of strong tlin -1.-1» i« being laid. It will thus en- ( liin-•• the original nharf and provide »pmH> for the piling of lumber. i>ti Ihe *hore nhtri the old Kerry mill nlood, the charred iitnulni and rtithlsh la being removed pr»p*ra tory ta fixing th* foundation* for thi new mill. CHICAOO, March ».— Cattl" net-voa. $«.90lT^»Oi atockers. tJ.SS© f Mi:.: rows. Il.TMul ~t>; Teitann un i Ini't.nl. 11.-r« -i.inlit, Si- higher: rourh nixed. So lower: heavy, I.i.TOfI)S.W: i.v«. tus. Fhr«p—Natives, lamba unrhatia;ed; western Ip lower. Dr. Brigrjs' Companion Heretic. Another chapter In Cllllla\B hlnlory |« closed. \ few months ago thi IVy hi.>a A Urlggs, D D.. entered Hi. '■•pnimn church, ui'l now hl« ■iiiii".inlnii In liit<-»v. ncpnrilinu lo southwestern stnndards ot orthodoxy, il,. Hey, 11. ti. Pres. erved Sn>.ih. n I>. liiik li.-.mne a f..iutr. Kiiiionnii»t. Prnfeasor llrlggs remain » profcaaor in Union sem inary, wlierti his twentv-nvo ypors cf ffti'«a/ nervine have recently been ,i i.i..|'f i.H.-iy raoaajnlawd, and T'i.'Vhpoi SihUli on ut.ti tin chair of H'Hlrul lory .m.l i l'irtMiioii i.t \ inherit . on, I-,- iio wm wi i onieii unanimously and heartily In to ft'lnwahlp i.v the Hampahlra n» »o(''itlon, wh#h met at Notllinmp t..ii. Mass., on |.'rli. 7. r* ♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦»*♦♦»» Z Ttlcphont Subiorlptlont to X t Plko ISO v ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦**♦ IMUCK ONK < KNT AMJDHMO Miles Court of In quiry in Session. CIUCAIO. March * Th» Mll»t court <>f Inquiry HMW Mi hers 10 --•lit>, liul'llne I'" T"l aeaalon atnra I'avliu; Waahlnictiin ' A a°en«raJ "Ut- Mn* »f Ihr futui-r |k.!|' >■ to >«> ur mn-'l liy the < llMlun v an a*lven (i> UM irtM. All tba lilb |.»»-f r>a<k era «ln> <an throw mny Mr.ht upon ih«- aubject unl'r conabirratlon will Im ■umrr.oned loteitlfjr, «n<l local iriny iifflrrr* will be mil. .| upon to trll what lh*> kn»w Aft.r th* lM"f parltrr* hare bo»n »*arnlß«l,' th*lr rmployn-a will h» chrn a h<-nrlnc but thla r#atur« of iln ir-xfrillneii ) will : probablr nat cMi'-iinl tr> much. In iw of th*» f«'t that t<-«tltn"nj' acnlnut the k-m would probably b* fi.llow •'l by lh« pr'imi't dtarbarc* of the ofani!*™. Th** board Vi'^nt ta tha atorkyarda ili!« mornlnr to txumlo* Into tha nwthud* of |<r#>|>arltiK brrf. THERE'S NO TROUBLE Cen. Wood Reports All Quiet at Santiago. , AHUINiiT'.V, March •-■>> many «<*n«atl<inat publlcationa have b-'ii tn»»V ronccrnlns th« all<'*«"1 dlalu'txd r^n<lHlon «f affair* at «an tla«r. that th» B*rr«tary of \v«r hai rablnt <3en>ral ,\VoM to asrwrtaln thr facia. . G*n»ral Wood replied that ilirrr waa absolutely no arround to.' jppr*hrtislon or anxleyt, , RICH HEW MINES. .. . .. y, „.. , - . . Man From This County Talks in Taoocna. li r. Fogh, part nwn«-r of the fa moua Pulrh Miller fappar mine In ihta <-minty waa In Tarnma ym^r <i«r ar>4 rave m«nv Interesting i. - talla nt the Bew ; discovery, MM r»mi to i>i»ii «|i a vaat Acid for' riln'o* enterprta* , He . wa* Int'r vlewea by the Taenma Newt, In wht.-h he i« quoted aa follows: Th* discovery." Hh< Mr Fogh, "lira In a MM t»'tti of th» coun try, nearly on the Hoc bel»e«n King and Kttllta*. It in nltv- BUM from ili» n«are*t ' rniiroad, thr Or«m Northern,, ami tin- cnnn-<-Unc point Vr» four mile* ea»t of SkykomUh. th» neareat town ' ' Th* nine mile* to iht rwllrrtad 1* hp l*npn"- " "tttilet ness, and we are compelled to go In by way of Itoalyn. n dl»tanr« ->f about i-!frhty miles, going arroa* th* mountain*. Th.T.- la a road or trail nearly alt thin distance. "The mine waa or Iglnally dls- Mvirnj hy Indian*, and «-a* located IV I'uUh Mlllrr. a trapper, and my self. There are a number of other tapper n.inluK properties la the vie- Inlty which have »l.»ti (treat prom i»<, Ihouah n.'tii- have proved aa il< li or aa lar«r as th Putrh Miller. A solid vein of ore haa been uneov err.l. which la IS'j feet wide, and seem* Inexhaustible. Thli> ore runa 17.1 i<*r rent, copper;, 1119 per cent, fliver, and l"r*f rent, jrold. » total vuiiif In naaay of about •!" a lon. This \r wnmior fullf ri h or and «ill be well worth <>xp!ottlna- «l any ro«" In handlnic H I expect to put In a matting plant, pi-«>i»iMy M the H'.»!>n route, ihnuth It would h« much belter t'i har* It between the mini' and the railroad In the dlree> (I n r.f Skykomlah. "Th-- iMltlN i' thla IIIUJMUI l» one if the roo»l nlirnir,i-ant events tn lv hlktory of Washington. In the vltli.."ty of the new ill»co\cry for ■> xitieu of the country nearly thirty mile* aquare, tha same rich Indlca ttona ha\ hern found. "The I'in.h Miller mine la In a I't-.iil stlp of HlllpWlWl bearing coun> liy tunning ' from th« mountains Ihrcuah the ri»-Kliim tlutrlct. the Dutch Miller rnuntrv, Miller river, H.ii'i creek aiul Index dlMrlct. It Is ■ big section anil afforda room fnr mining development which, with other mineral properties, will make nrhlnctnn the lin<lln(r mlnlna: «tat« of the ITnlon. What we need mc«l to <".evelo»> the region I* a wagnn road. There l« no way of getting Ihe ore nut now,' hut a* soon as ll|M*p t*. Ihe 'oltl will come. I hop** the r->Ulllv will build the road, mil •ffortt will b* directed toward that .nl The ten-mile road will cost a few thousand do'lnrs, i don't know jrM how iniK-li. t.ul ' not n great amount." ... Old Slavery Times. Thla Interesting Itrm of forty v»«n aX« »v;is repubtlshed In lh» Columhla (K. C • Herald last week: "Negro^n sell na high as heretfore, but they Hie riiri"! out at lim.T rates. For a twelve year old girl 150 Is riven. .nn! nn eight \i;tr old boy goes ,it tl. Wter, helomdng to the Mary Hhnck estate. Is hired out for tint; .1 s riarkaoti'i Mary, twenty-eight yror* tild, sold for »lin». Alex, l.e|..n»- Itir tn the '■■!Hi' of |lt€ Hey. l>r. Hnll, liin«" fS3«; J. 11. Wau#-h hnv« Willis for 1310; MCTSM of \V It. Irwln are sold on twelve monlh'.i i i.-lit and T. C. J'arker buys Kllia iitnl child for Mill, and Jack, « nine yeur old. for |«06; R. 11. C. fowden pay* IUOO for A. Bublctl'a Mwy." I

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