13 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

13 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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I Wtfttfcer for Tomorrow I SHOWtfe* t ***»♦♦»»♦»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦ VOL, I NO. 11. FILIPINOS RAN LIKE DEER Whe3ton's Brigade Chases Them From One Town to Another. Sharp Fusiiade Results in a Number of Casualties, Three Americans Killed. Also Forty Insur gents, as a Result of Monday's Engagement. Manm Alarch n—The aggressive campaign against the Filipinos began this morning when General Wheaton's new brigade began^mqving on Guadalupe. Pasig and Pa teres, intending to clear the country of insurgents as (ar as Li.;un de Bay. A considerable force of the enemy had gathered at' Guadalupe and offered resistance. A sharpfight ensued during which ■bothsides suffered, although the Filipinos • got much the/worst of it. One of Dewey's gunboats, steaming up the Pasig river on the flank of the enemy, sent shot and shell crashing through the jungle, spread ■ ing death and devastation on every hand.' The Filipinos^ caught between the cross tire of the" troops and the gun boat, were mowed jdown by;scores, and soon br<>k. and fled ; from Guadalupe •in wild disorder, pursued by the i Americans. At last accounts the pursuers and-pursued were heading toward Pasig.- The loss during the early morning engagement was one American kUled, five Americans wounded, forty Fil ipinos killed and over, 100 wounded. The American wounded ) are: Regulars, L ; Folger, ; Thomasi Miller, Charles Davis, Corporal i Chris Thomps on, Twentieth Infantry: Corporal Charlesr Easly, ' Twenty-second Infantry. 'J, ': „' : James Kline, a private in the Twentieth Kansas, was ] killed in front of Caloocan by one of the enemy's sharp- ' shooters. .._ 'V • - ' Victorians Advance C«ntlnii«s. Manila, (torch i j.—Later reports from the field state that the Americans have captured Pasig and San Nicolo. After shelling the enemy out of Pasig. General Wheaton rested his troops on the bluff overlooking Pateros and Taguise. The gunboat steamed into the lake right opp< . site and threw shells into the jungle The Americans lost two more killed. Private Stewart of the Twentieth Infantry, and Private Munson of the Twenty-se^nd Infantry; also the following wounded: Theodore Misner. John Black. William OBrien. Wm. Rhinehard. Willett Harmon of the Twenty-Second In fantry: R. Piper. C. Sumner, Matthew Shfffcty of the Twentieth Infantry: Walter Irvine <.f tlv n volun teers. The advance of the flying column under Wheaton to day is the first step in the aggressive campaign planned by General Otis, who intends to stretch a line of ti across the island, thus cutting off all communication U tween the northern and southern win^s of A^uinaldo's army. Wheaton's troops foughl with spirit despite the intense heat. The fight was brief, however, the Fili pinos being easily driven back in disorder. General Otis' plan contemplates the capture of MHo los, where Aguinaldo is expected to make his List Band If the rebels are not subjugated before this move is made, the capture of the capital, it is thought, will end the fighting. IS SGILL HOPEFUL Captain Robinson Talk t About the Army Pust Site. Aaalatant Tf. H. Quartrrmaatrr Capt. W, W. Koblnaon. In chart** of th« military i^iat at M*«nolla bluff, , haa returned from Waihlncton. Ilia jprlnclpal iniMion to the «a»t waa In the Interest of ih- army pout, an>l ether asaltava, In which he endeav or.-.| to direct the attention of the army and navy department t.. the facilities of KtMttl* a* n port for the outfitting of tmnaport*. «nil Us m periority over. K«n FrHn(i»"i In thli matter he received much m i tii f .'n-rn—m. Tli- omctat* at the national r«|.ii <al ■aiiurnl Captain Uohlnnon that iwork on the army pout at Magnolia bluff will be discontinued , m f,, r • lime. Contrscin for the construe lion of th- fnrUf)r«llofMi have baan " ■ ■■"•I i' a coat of (tS.OOO. Capt. Itoblnnon also *i>» that In a (hort tint* h- will b« Inalru. i. li.ii coo tract* for Improving Marrowstone point by erecting quartcra for two butter)..-* at that placo. The couj of the«« lmtiroviii*-ntn will f><- In th« utl^htKjrhood of liO.DOO, Thin moy« will probably h* of i. in in to Seattle, mipott of the materlnla U«tl will I" Nii|.|,ll.-.l hert.. , . The Uike Wanhlngtnn Canal bill, ho Hiiyt.. ha* many rrirn-u In con rreiia, mil iti.nd* a food cb»i of b.-.,/ pawed, TIIE S BATTLE STAR. BEEF VERY LOW News From Dawrson Indicates Meat It Plentiful Prlc«« of beef In th« markola of Dawaon are reported to („ extreme ly low, Thf marketmen nr- «ald loo» .h«r(cln« 2.' P centa for flr«t elaa* beef and IS centa for poor. Tl,. price* ar« almoat almllar to tho«* current In Ih" local market*. The r.-««.,n for the rc-lunlon In the beef price* la MM M lln in the r»c*nt order to ih- effect thm nil beef not •tnred In refrlccratora l, v M, 1, will ba unnlil. unill for u*e. Ma rcfrlKTHlora mrr- axhl lo ka In Ixiw xm. Kor thl» rf«non tlv nioik'i m*n »r<- anxloua to dtapoaa „f ili-ir a(o<-k a* aoon na peaalMa, ;hi,| ajMj thrr<-f<ir« >m llliik thru k.....|» at low |,i i. ■» CAPT. SMITH ATTACKED. ''■I'loln Hinlili. a familiar rharac ler of th<- tenderloin <llairl<'t. marie .1 complaint at police, headquarter* y»at»rdi«y afternoon that ■ era of mm had knocked him down nml tried I" r<>ti him, nri-1 from Ih" look* '•r tht i.lanii-rn whlili he ha* «m hli n..i»«. th« r''j,.irf mu»t h* true. Smith ha» a h»l>it at ■ 'lltpliivlnif n (full chain vniM)-<1 m fnon, and It la thouKht Ihla mrv.-.l n* v hill f n the rob bers. The police are Investigating the cr»», but hnv« iiwlb no srrtst. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH I«, 1890. CAUOMT IN THE ACT.] frank Wataon «t..i» hla'nkfta from H««ii>r A <v -mi Kirn avcnut Matur* ii»v «fl< rn.M.u. un.l palU th« |.<m.illy In .In.in- Ctnn'n •■curt iiii» morntiiK. A monitor .if th« rii m |>l n r.\ atima l.lmikn. on .ll.i lav In from of th* • loir. an4 htvlnjr »nn»n t.. K ,n>ui, nii»«.-l ihcrn. The |.ollc* w»r» ii'ii I fl««l iik| <V«i*,n ' «-«• himxi.il Ju»t •■ li- was nil..in to .ell ih.-ni i.i a I" •■■lll li.uitt ll»»!or. ll« clrnitnl ».UIUy. nmt m»« n>i-l I'.'j nn<l r.xu, «ii'l thirty day* In Jail. * SEATTLE INKLINGS. i Th» funcial <if R«t»r MWM will )y— liclil f.■ iti lh- r«Mrni ». i<> > Rait Jumps MWti lotnnrr.i» •tttrnoon at J Jo |>. m. Th* f«-irr«l nf R M And*rmon will h* held ■In lUmnrv A Hlrwart* r?»«|n-l at ! |. in thin atttrntxin. In l.rnirni In luikr Vl«w r«ntf>lery. l.l<«-'i»:-» i i.«>.l urn Imuf.l loiiajr (or !h'.'nll \V!Uir..r 1. of Hrattl*, ns- '"•. aixl Jennl* II.Un.T o f •>«•;■<. Mli h. er<-*l it; t'U*». Albvrt Ilurcb, "f w.aitlf, me* tt, *>il ljitn« \l!>c \a.«:n», <-f H.in f*r«(icUro, ■(■■ U Th« fttfK-ril •■f Ji-nrph Ftnclrr *U held v*»t«-nl(»y at H., t.il llvart rhtarrh, Tho lnterm*nt *m In Cal. »«rjr i-rinc trry. , Th» ri-malnn ' "I < V. II 0 m>ni |.y il,. ."rotllf I rvl.-r i..klM« omiMUi) Th« tulmvn 'Kpulclaa qu**tl n ill romt up l--f. ( f» i&» cvuneU tonUrhu Tri« Anll'Valnon )«»£»*. which *■* t>rc«nlf«l U»t WcJnr. !»*• r.!«!>! at ttt* nm M. 1: «b«rcb. h-«» «>-i«iint. >■■» ■ «-nmmiM»» r,' t, n m#n in b* |irr»»nl un<l txrrtun al ftrtt h»n.t ih- action nf lh» ounrll Th» l^atili- n«. *• ItWirle.cura panv h»» »m a twin to th* tm&rd of I'uUlr miVi a«vin« t»rmU •ton ta rrff i > pant In from or <*•« \v h*rl*t rr<i»ut*nl. n««r Second «Rd Jj'i.'. : Til* in'U'ni ov»r tb« t»mali»» uf iixar WlUlaroa. who *ai f. uti<l n»«r a C..-'!r i. at Ilia, k . l'i»'O.;ll«l Unl Prtdaf, *>t hc!d , Itolurtinv T*i» Jury'a Mr4M ■ waa lha> > th* man nm to hta drattt bx faliina- off tb* lr»«tlr. ■' f»«v»ml of hi* Irtth *i«-r» koorknt nui, and hi» ■««» and fa« cut badly. Til* qiiiaUm nf the ltnpri>% pm»'il af l»i ColumMa »lrr*l, fr«.m I<W f»*l «Ml '»f Uroa4way to T«*lvc «v. cnu*. by III* nmitiui ih-ii ■■( • avwtr, ; will i b*' ir.H.,l at ! <1« re**tlnf o( the ruuwlt totslnht. A SAILOR INJUReD. Chaa. i^»m. > Mltor, who w»* Mrlou»lr ln)ur»<l K\iMt«y al l'«rt 't)lak*l*y «hll« <-niio»*» I lo«dln« »•»• •>!• Il« •lipt-r-i ■■"'■' f*tl tfmm ih» btl-Ic* i. th« c«f. ■ <IHnfi o( •lchtc«a ttn. !!t araa brouithl «o Mmtt!# *n<l l*ktn 10 I'm* l>!»m» hoapltaL wkfn M* lojurlts »iil b* trc«l<Ml. SAffSfti fiiious Does Not Ask for Promotion. HMiniKltiNKdlHiKHoV. Want* Hl* Follow, CfHoort R«jp point. for *d»»ne«i!»nt, Omit 1««M1.0.Vn.m... WAKHIN<»T".N. March ll.~P»cre tury l.onu NearV*! a ' letter from Ba.mp«on In which the Admiral re referred i.. ths allegatlun that the Hit of (>ni..-r» tecnmmendod for |.r<> motion for Kallanlry off Bant!at> had fiHX of confirmation t>ecamM> the : lilt Included bill I I. n. • Sampson : a»ks the secretary to have tin•■• oin rera Immediately rtappolnted, omlt -1 tlnaT his own name. fl ALONG THE WHARVES Ml.-.im.r «'ltv of Reattle will sail tomorrow morning for Hkaiiway. Khe was iKiiuilly scheduled to aaji | tonight* Hl.nni.i I'lrli: . U due Thuarday from Alatkan ii.irta. Mtcanmhl|> (lurorin. la .hi. the l»t --ter |iart "' the week from Honolulu. Tha Oriental liner Klnahlu Marti I* .in.- on the imii flho comes by way of 11,.11..111111. Hli Hin«hi|. Que*n irrlv*4 this ln"i nlllK from Vancouver. She will begin ogallM '>i h*r trip to Han I-'r.B.i Im-o, sailing on ISth. S!lil|i ipw i.'h *»» ex|iert«il to sail IhlH i inion »llh imil for Han l"i vi. |aeo. Hl'miiui r Cznrtna will probably soil t.nilrlii fur Han l'rnuri»'o. Hha Is loaded with • bl( Cttrf o >t fitlßht and co»l WAS AMIN JIRKESTED. Wm I'oymlnaU waa rearreated thla morning tiy tlettxtlv* \|. ir.nih lie <Mi« Irleil ii,Uy before Judge Jamba, but 111.- Ji|. «v iint.li. |„ • Hi™ ami he ww releaied. N • dat* him been *et for his li. a) trial, but II will probably come ..IT *om* day I hi* «hL - HE GOT ONE YEAR. Q. W, Hoffman, of the firm of Hoffman. A i I'oynilnakl, orxlhatnl dealer*, wa* i»rralgnt«l for aentrnrai thla morning beforo Ju>l(r Jacuba. ■•'. , a charge of r*c*lvlna" itolaa gowla. \ Hoffman |ilra<t..| guilty, ali.l wa* Httniti to the |M'iiit<iiiiary I f'>r •>ne year, CLAIMS NE WAS ROBBED. \V 11. I areenwood. a carpenter, claims that h** wa* hral*n a!i' 1 rob bed of a watch and IT In the Dewey Ml.«ii' , A warrant haa boen ls«u*i for NY* iii-tii'*. Hal Jirkson, and two of ih* tio*- family. Helm* was l>ttt**t until*/ aunt, and cried li* ti I«M he *» accused <-f robbing. Helms «n hardly «i<sik a wurd of, English. WITH THE MACCABEES. Heaitl* Hlva No. t. L«ilt*s of the M«.-.»irr». will give an entertain ment In Itankea hall on like ali**t. *>lt» •■l»v *v*>nlM a musical pro gram hitn N»n |>re|>*rs«i ( and a gam\ time la miiir.' those who all«n4. l>anrlng will fallow th* rnt.-ilain- I m«-nl. NEW TIME SCHEDULE. Ora«t Northorn Overland Now L«av«s at 4:30 p. m. ■ Arllnc upon the oew time, schedule recently l«« 1..1, tbe Oreat Northvfn overland train ->l'l luvi for iht east hereafter .11 i.v> i« m . tnalrad of i o'clock as It ha* done heretofore. ' » I'vll an II h-ma <1.»n« h#rrl I -• In c«njuntcaln with th* new ach*d ■ al* of the Northern Parinr. Ibeir overland train 'ft f-r th* east at • o'cldtk. Th' N..rtli'tn Pacl3e la ' nnw running two tratne per day , fr>m at Paul to tl,« wtsi, Tlttse >r* due here at tt.«* a. m and i» Ml I». rr. 7 IMM STILL HAS FRQS Although Deposed, His Friends Are De termined, and Rioting at Havana Is Feared. IVAN* March It—Th* rlty U • lid wtib excitement today over th* ousting of Oen*r*l ii..m.i The pr»a enr* of t'nliml itatea troops atone ur*v»nta ir.ml.l* among the Cubana. Krien la of i>.mea continue to parad* the atreeta shouting "Viva Oomet.**< A rontlnuous prucsislon "f Cubtn* visited • -n»« this morning. Th* GOLD ON THE TRAIL PaopU From Dawson Tall About the Conditions. Arrlv.iln from Dawaon >ta Hk«t wajr In th> <*ity of BeatUe, i»i->rt inurh aufferin* by people on the trail*, on MMM of froi*n feet. Amuni theae wer* two m»n In tha employ of mail rotstractor Itlchard ■on, who hal «i«r'. I to crvaa tha trail with i!.» Ingoing mall. . Afl»r proceeding a ahort dlataocc their fet>t began to freeie. but »rre not NNMII lnJur»J A srou|> of mountoi |> ilc «r»r» ■fterwarda met headlnc (or Tacl«l> with an old man In charg* whot* feet were i«li> froten. Tri» |h*«i- I lan at Taglah aald It would b« necea* Mi> to amputate both Ipk* TNE NEW RELIGION. Th* "I"- ;.■!>• ■■! l"niv»m»l H'Ug lon," It.v. Alfrrd W. M»rlln promot •r. wa* ■itKntiifl lm( night «lih about flfiy ni' iiilmtii The foll"»tna: trvi"l."« »rrr rl« ird : For thrrr yeara: R. C ll»«h.-». Jacob Furth. anil <• O. Dlcklnaon; (or two yrara. l< Winter, W F. Hrnrßlnr. mi I D 11. I'orter; for onr year. <lrimih Ua vie*. J li Jonrn, mi.l F. Myi-r Th* aubject of tint Sunday'a lecture will br. "If ><>v iilvo up tl.r Ulhle aa an ■mthorlty. ynu hava no lla>' ta rul-ir you.' WCN'T WEAR CLOTHES. Jnhn MoDonal. a teamiter, haa hn-ii «rr<-»i«-it by Om>er Bpangle, on ■ I'lmrir of being Inherent. IVopl* I Ml tipruc* atreet rlalm hi' hu» a habit nf ni>(f.i«rinK before them without biiiik i>-nt clothing. Tba neighbor* nrt- aalil to >•<■ iTfilgniint. an<l It la aalrl will Hi'|i"»r agnlnat him In force tomorrow nmrnlM In th* municipal court. ALLEN WARMS UP Soattlo Man Makes It Hot for a Dawson Official. Kx-'.'.1.l CommUaloner Fawrett la aalil to have i" • ii broticht before a committee of Inveitlg-atlon itl I'.iw aon In eoniunctloa with charge* pre ferred b] >'•■ 0, 4Ui B, iMlltm of.lha Klondlka Nu(c«< " The ch«rt«f »r* Incompetence, r^arajltjr, anil neglect |of ofnolal dut) The flr»l al*paoflD< veitlßatlon were begun ' bl n.irv 6, Cnmmlnaloncr Ogllvla '"I'liiiß. i Mr Fuwcett wna BOt preaent, belntr ( abicnt from L>aw*on at tht time. Tht ■t i lalnt, pa prepared and pre •■•it^l liy Mr. A11.n,-rpu.l» «■ f.il ioi*ai I ■ "Tfcat> Tltoma*' Fawe«tt im wll fully inn,111.1..if lill |,n»i||c r-al •n<l •■Miß>r>i In tht., elotliif of I in. tnlnlim rnwk bench claims, to ht de rum. Unit or n-lrc and lha l>< n*nt ■■' official* an.) thnlr frlrlut' "That al ih« tlm* iit-riclliiit th* Umjv of permits to prospsct. «■ p*r i, ,11. . ol July 11. >tM. M did wil

fully liiVlat* fl-ulll «ni<l liollr*. anil laau* » permit to Mr*. Emma Krch. "Tint Mr. l"»»ii-it «v unfair to the miner* In hla anlmn In that iinpo.t. «vh*ri th* Ignorance of a»ld miner*,* or through th* Ignorant** of Mi* omrtal duile* "f aalii fatfl • ■>«> inliajnuer. iwd applications wer* en tertained fnr the s 'same >i"uii>l. whereby i...i ii parti** paid the en tran** f*«- Of til.' the return of th* fee i>' v* nliM ntxl utnueeesaful applicant Ml r*fu»*d "Mturi rharlea K. /-urn and An drew K*t».n »*r* allowed to record tht aim* lalm. Ma, 11. above All Oold. ,; Th<- gold commissioner re fu*»<l t« return <h# mafM to Nel >M, al!hmi»h th* t'laltn went to Znrn. ;*<". '■- "That f. Mr rawcelt did us* hi* ofneial powtra for th* ben«flt of per aun»l fri*nda and t» th* prejudice of free miners ■ - "That whll* the public waa t<«ln« denied aer*«a to th* record* or any Information regarding unrecorded i.-iour.<l. Fa«>f.t prepared t«m| IIM* of va«»m yrownd, whirh h* Ul» --tlibuted to hi* fil*n.l* Thai «n otitrajio* fee wi* • h*rg«M ■nd collected at lit* «CSre." Wh.ii H Mr. r»weetl limrd the rh»r«»». h« ritorn«4 In Oawson im mrduuly.!■- On arrivtn* there,h* wrote » letter to Commissioner Ogll vl-, in Khli hh« HÄ« lan the rh«rct« to b* falae »n>J malevolent, and de inaiul»4 i Immediate Investlgttlnn. Commlralontr Ogllvle, how*v*r, de rided la j withhold I the Inv»»t lg»tl«n for tairtf dtya, mm ta i» • i.»r»4 li. receive additional ch»r«»« ■ 'R. C. AH»n a***rU that be ran i.rov. »v*ry charge contained in hl» .t»t»m»nt Mr All«« la well knowa In Ifcrattle «ntl a* • mallrr of fact, b* tUII claim* thU elt* aa hi. borne. " SEILOII JENSEN DEAR. ;'s J*na*n a »a!lor, of Tori Oam- We. 41*4 on.tha »-hoon«r J. 11. Urucb a,t. th»t pi»t». >**urdair. , Hl* re mini wart brotig-M lo th* cltr on Ui« *tram«r l»roap«r, and the fuiwr al la ur. Wr the »uaptr*» of the I'art fls C'i»>! •*ajn*n'» union, of whit* <w<J«r k« «v an aetw* rn*iAb«t aaaemnly faction* are enuslly nc«*y In .their , demonstrations against <;orn-a a»T»raj threatening tneoun lers were prevented by the Ameri can soldiers. Itlotlßg (s f*ar*d as both aldaa ar* in a fr*n*i^ moOd. General Urooke.has r«lnforce4 the guard*. l.**.t*x* an both sides ar* laauln*; many manifesto*. ' JUDGE LADD BURIED Liwyor Laid at Rest Amid Impreiilva Scenai. Thr funeral of.JuxU* I.«U took place yeatarday aft«rno.>n from Klk» ! hall. under th* auiplcea of fk>atll« lodge No. M i< T. O. X The Wi»mi- ' m«n. Knlghti of rythlaa, and Forea tft • »n< repreaented at the funeral. Tt>« BUU' rltuaJ wa* r^a.l at the hall ' «n<l a «h..ri eulogy a«l!v»r«xl by Dr. j A 1. HulcWeon. „ .. There were tnnnv floral deoorattoni I In th* hall, and aeveral boautiful act pi*c«e. Th* |.allnr«r' repreaentlng thr Kllm. wer* Julgc William II Moor*. W. 11. Ilrlnker, Jt, 11. Parry. U lion nogara Dt Oeorc* Newlanda, and Hli-liard Raxe Jonea. The active |>allb»«rrra wer* V. I. Kletn. K. H I>r«w, and A M. Mecklem. from the Woodman, an'' fleo. Hooker, I>. r" Coombe. and I. F. Mltr h»ll. from th* Knlnhle of 1-ythlaa. , S.A.C.WINS. . Th* Multnomahs Defeated In the towllnf Contest. A large crowd wa« pretent Satur ißf night at Ihr f<eattl* Atlil.ll , hiii to welcom« the bowlera from the Multnomah club el I'ortland. Th- H A C tram aurceeded In win nln« thre* if the (our game* plav ril After Hii' content, il(ht refreah m**rit» wer* aervtd In th* director*' room. Tbr i>itrf fnllowa: MULTUN'OMAII. Total Caulthorn 44 U 4t S3 190 j HIKIT .•••• It i* J" 41 1M C A. i!iirkh.i.ili.. 41 42 41 H 157 1.11. in*n J7 M r.:i IS IM roffman tl M 111 W 167 | X O. Burkhtrdt.. si 31 44 to IM MO B. A. C- Total Ehrllch 41 31 »4 21 11» Chun-hill 44 41 M U IDI M. X.nil 41 3S M 32 160 aillKta II IMI M 1M Col* »' 44 411 4» IN Uowea H U U 40 IM 1031 WEATHFR FORECAST. i Obnervtr »all»bury «aya that Heattle will 'lit' h rain tonliht anil t"!ni>rr<>«. lill«- In aaati in Waaklnfl ton MM will prevail. i rin '•% Oolden Hate la awaiting order* from Hun Francisco, before l>i cilliid to th* north. Bho *la In rraiiln*** for dt|>artlnc at any time. NEVER MIND- -<^ How W© Get Them Steel Shovtl and Spades. soc Garden R«ki ■ 25c, 50c Garden Hoe» „ 25c, 35c, 50c SPELGER & HURLBUT I2IS-1217 Second Avon** i| LII T|||il Pacific Coast S. S. Co.'s Plans. MAY IHi A STKASKI AT OICK — - - Oavernment Hn Two of tha COM a«ny't «o«ts ana Will Mot O-.a Th.m Up — — Th« establishing of a *t<-nmnhli> line to Honolulu on thr |.ar( al tbe ' i'aeMc Coast tU*ainahl|> company, | may necessitate tbe company's pur- j ; chaalnf an additional |i»»ir.« It aacma th* government Is not d*alr ous nt parting with two of the com ! pany's lln*ra. and wlah»a to still r* lain them aa transports. It wa* the Intention of . the Pacific Coast company to (>la< ' the stesmer i f«nator on lha Honolulu run aft*r the Ptwola had made a few prelim inary trips, but It seems that tht ■**natr>r I* also a popular veaael with th* government "fnilal* who do not | like the I'.Va Of tneing ber. With the *i<«-"t|i»n 'of a*»*ral j at«aunert operating <>n the anuth»rn roast c-f California, th* I ••■in.- Coast company ha* bo vessel suitable far aurh an enter:>rl*« as the one if. qupatlon. Thu« If the Hrnator and l*u*hla ar* retained by th* govern- i m»nt. th* company will probably b* i obllgMt to purchase a new steamer. Ar, ofltrtal of th* company, In epeaklng of the matter, seM thU morning. In t»i* event of th» H*n- i at r aii.l Pncbla brlni r*taln*d lln I ! tbe I transcort a*rvlc*. and none of . th* company's an can be spared to go on th* Honolulu run. Ibeieotn puny will un<loub;«Jli; buy or char- i ter ■ steamer for that porpos*. * This j waa done tn tn* e«a* of tbe Cottage • City and Curaeoa, ■ »h»n ' the com- I pany decided to Increase th* Alaak | an n««*t Th*a* v*a^l* were brought around from the> AtlanUo ■ ro«at Th« boat for the Seattle ■ Honolulu rout* would probably have to com* «r. un<l the H..m alao. but the com- j pany Is Interested In •Manllahlnc a *l*amnhlp line 10 the Islands, and ih-v win apar* no expense In doing co." • ' BREAK THEIR LOCKS. - TT»# efnolala of the a*atll* A In -1 t*rnatlonal railroad brought a Pa> p»rt to potter hi-a<l"iuarirr» t*aiurday ■ hat lorka on frelgiit ''ara along the line i..»ar.l North (teattle are being broken, apparently hy tramp* and hoboe. Tbe matter la being lnv*a tigated, and If an often.l»r Is cap , turvd. ther*ll be a ■ hobo with a broken head, to aay nothing aj life on a rork pile. JIST WIT \\M \\\W Utah Man Tells o the Mines. tm;Rin\s ARE Mlfll DLSGtSTD Saw th* rirtt Train on th« W. P. • V. Rout* at RM WhiU P«»> Summit. C. A. Hom-nmh. Of Salt I.ake waa amonc the p«M(nc«ra nouth "n the. City of Haaltle. He In Jmt from Ihe Atlln rnuntry «><'< navn that while, evcrythlnK In thrr.- li very milei now anil (hiii I here, In K"tirrnl dlamut and dlanppolntment nmnnit the Amerl can*. ll* do»« nnt think there will tx- liny excitement nr vlolnu-r aa a ri>*ult "f 'h.' exrlualnn act. lie pr»» dlrta that the Anwrlrmin >\h.' hnve been mhbrd of their holdlnea «■ a reault <>t <h<> act. will r.,.iu. the futllltv of iinv attempt at violence, in.l -\lll imply leave the country and 1...>k for Bolil on the Amerli«n ulilo of the lln*. or m down the Yukon Into NorthweKt Territory. Oonctrn« lii> lilk trlj. Into tin- Ailln • .'imtry and return. Mr iMMk Hald thla mnrnlnf: ■In enterlna the Atlln country 1 fully lipwtl I to find exrltrni*Kt, and It wan fresly predicted nl Sk«jr umv Ihni there would be an tifrln- InR at Dlacovery; but ih.ii- waa no- IhlnK Of the kind. TMN will he no IrouMt The mlnera «h<\ have been T.ilih.'.l of their hi'lillngx will almp. ly i tii*< over Into Anicrlmn territory and |iro»nect for irolA in a lnn.l where \\hnt they find cannot he. taken from them. The exclualon | act hai iirovtn a hard blow to mv- ♦♦«<>♦♦♦♦» »«••>♦»»»>«♦«> X Tel<-pha»« Sub«crlptl*nt to Z | PiUo ISO | »»•»•» «*>♦♦•» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ imuci; os j: < i.ni *ral thousand Amcrlrana but It I* f rawly predicted that It will do more to ilov«-lo(i •n't ' r*»t#- m lni<-r«-«i In Ait.i-rlran territory than anything Ih* Canadians could hav<. p*rp<*traVt> "On my rrt'irn to I"« ''otiin I found a ■tmri!- In |KMt to PmH ■ rt— k In Northwest Ter ritory. There la a (».!■:'.* belief tttat th* mln*i of th* creek ar» rlrh. "I waa *urrrl»ed to find a good tnanv women «l»n> the (rail; all seemed happy, and all v.-f in «'-» l health. Th* »-»*'h*r wan bilt*ily ■ ■■Id for • whole weak. »\<m»kl!>k 4*. ilpcnw b«lo« rrrn, but the air waa dry and there wa* nn wind. Proper- I* clothed, a <>i>r*'»n doe* not notice the cold. Th' 1 onlr deprsaslne eff#ct >if a winter In .Alaska «r< th> lon* houra nf darknens. An Ala*k» win ter nlKttt oaUBMMM It 1 o'rinrk In ii ii.- afternoon an<l rmi at S la th* - morning. •Traveling over the White Par* In winter l« r*allv an riperienc* that carries wlih It a whole lot "' i■l«-a« ure. Th« hardship* prevalent » year «ln. arc olivla'- One Itsrt* Kkuß way on a modern, well-equipped pas senger train h'rh tah»-» him to th« autnmlt of the rartye. the pMMI terminus. flr*prln» I|M UtnilmM wUI t» Utke '!ffin*i. ncid th' ulti mata trrrnlnua will (>«• Fort B< iklrk. 440 miles I'r the ik-iii When I went over: the »a»a (i'i»'V-r, th« road was not mttiplfi' I tb Ika «um mil th* |iiMPii|rr* b«tng lnn-1' at Heney •l*tl'>n four mlle» aouth. Rp turnln* from Atiln I remained at . i»I <-abln a <l»v and then -t*rt.-il for tl<l«> wat»r In a swell-bodled c«it t»r drawn hy two spirited h"r»»» owned b- the Si>rih««i mounted police. Th» railroad keeva ot>en a »l<»l«h «road» from In* summit -to U»kr ll*nn<-tt and al<>l«l>lnK alone; ' thla line la aufwrb. On the way w« 1 met buoir»<la -•' *ln«-te and .1.-uM. --team*, and doa; teams ladened with i frelcht and pas«»ri|f»r». a few srolng to hf Atlln reslon. but th<- maj->rlty headed for IVnnett aod th«nc« to Dawaon and. beyond. "When I. reached fro«n Humtnlt l»k<-. I wa» only a few minutes In advance of il>» arrival of th<- first train of the Wfclte Pass * Yukon rout* to r«irh th* »ummlt The train consisted nt two eoaehes. twt> en cin*a. and about t«e rut-at» of th* ra!ln>ad It was a, »ala day tranni th» railway -iai». an<i th*r- wa* ap««<-hmiitllna; and th» drtnkin« of wine by the C«naduian offlclala »'* •l.rv*^ - Rl>.xjt the country, and milt able replies by th* railroad men. Ai th* «umrolt waa a t-nt*<l city built between »unrl»<- »nd *un*et, and .ral . hundred railroad Unorers, looking like K«M»ulmauji In their fur h-.-v1» and lon« parkeea. were put tlnr In th*lr belt llek*. m»kln« order out of chaos.: ■ ■ Th« day h»« f>»""' when It Is a hardthlp to (o Into thla new coun try. whet* a year »liv-» the pro* IM--t»r waa -<Ml«*<l l» •triicul*' f* weeks ov*t a l*rrlt>!p mountain pa* • with a r«<-» »n hl« lMk- W»a»*l nit In an HT>holat»r*-1 railway coach •tn->k* hi* pipe complacently, and vi»w Mimr of th* ajrand*»t scenery nature ever piled up" AMUSEMENTS. AMUPnMENTI*. , i ' At the S*attlr th«-»t*r Nanr- O- Nell appeared last evenlnf In "Maifd"." supported by MrK«* RnnWn and Herbert Carr. Thi* *v*i.lnK the. r-.mnany * will appear In ■'Th# * Jewess." i with Mt»« ON*II aa |>*ah Mis* O'N»ll Is » great actresa and the a<Jv»nt or h*r enicaKement at the Seattle theater la a distinctive Innovation. H*r support Is superb. Mlsa O'Neill* not only a splendid actre*a, but I* onr of th* handaome est women on the xt»r> today. The company rtmalns at th* thea ter all th* week, an-1 th-i* emm be no doubt but that Mlra CVNeI! will enjoy continuous niiniKi.mti'". and appreciative audience*. SETTLED IN COURT. D*n OMU and hla -lf<- could not aarr**. and a* a run* -ri- ■»• ■< OMkWI Trlpp had to settle their family row. Ho cam* home drunk and proceeded lo "do up" hl« family. He succeed-,, ed In bre«kln« In aeveral doors and a few window ll»hi» Judge Cann nn*d him »10 and co»t». THEY HIT THE PIPE. William Haml'lon. a bar-tender; Heal L.yt», » barber; and Mary Smith and Jennie \v«ni t«e woman of 111 repute, were arre.teS t>y Offlrsr C r hett Uat nltht f»r *»jokln» opium. All four will have a hearlnr before Jud** Cann. In In* municipal court, thla aft*rnoon. A New Librarian. W\J»KIN<ITI aTJk '* IS. — Th* rre«ld«nt thin afl< ii»»"i nppolnte.l Herbert Putnam, of .Massachusetts, librarian In congress. PERSONAL MENTION Adam D«vl«. rf Crostown. Iro land. la re(rlat*r*-.l m 4 th* Dlller. C. r l>lrk*y. a lumt>*r man from Uay-Vlew, la at th* I'illrr. .1 W. Currle, "f Wooley, 1* at the. Dlller.. • J. ft. n<>»enfl*ld. of Cnlcajro, Is at UM llutl.T. J, \V T>*nh»r«fr. of nufTalo, M V., Is r< klutcrcl at the Scuttle. i — i M de Vrl*». wife. an<l atttar, «r« r.-Kl»l»r'-.1 «t ll>" Northern. Mr. D« Vrte* Is ■ prominent polltlHaJl In California,'ami at pr*»pnt Is a m*m -1 ber 6t the Maat« from Stockton. i taM de Vrel*. of ttitia city, Is » biulU *r ef th« lenutor. , t

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