20 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

20 Mart 1899 Tarihli Seattle Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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I*** *»♦♦«♦-»♦*»♦«♦♦« o« I Wrathrr lor Tomorrow • MAIN * J ■ ... ~ ... .3 VOL. I no. SjO. HER LIFE IS SNUFFED OUT Mrs. Place, the Murderess, Electro cuted at Sing Sing. p SING SING. March 20.—(Bulletin)—Mrs.Martha Place was electrocuted in the penitentiary here this morning. The current was- turned on .it i 1:10, and death was in stantaneous. The execution was the most successful that ever occurred in this state since electrocution was Introduced Exactly at Vi o'clock the condemned \voman was conducted into the death chamber by two , women attendants. Thoroughly composed she walked with steady step, although her eyes were closed. She was evidently repeating i prayer. Then she murmured "God save me." A moment later she was seated In the chair, and the women attendants adjusted the electrodes. A current of 1760 volts was sent through her body for four seconds, and 200 volts for $6 seconds. After the current was turned off the prison physician made an ex amination, but found no signs of life. As i precaution ary measure the current was again turned on for a few ) seconds. **SINO SING. March 20. —Mrs. Place spent the forepart "of the night in religious devotion. A number of times after reading chapters m the Bible she knelt down and prayed. She fell asleep about three o'clock this morning .and slumbered without intermission until late. She seemedtreasonably composed and ate some breakfast with apparent relish, saying that she was resigned to death, and believed she would be saved in the here after. The crime for which Mrs. Place was electrocuted was particularly atrocious. Shortly after her marriage to RJace.she began to quarrel with her husband's daughter by his first wife. On February 8. 1898. the woman and her daughter had i particularly violent quarrel, during which Mrs Place threw carbolic acid in the .girl's face, then knocked her senseless with an ax. and finally smothered her to death with a pillow. She also at- 1 tempted to brain Place, but he managed to escape. PAID ■ DEARLY ' Filipinos Lose 200 Man in an Attack. MANILA. Mar. ».—Oeiterat Miller. ' In command of force* at Hollo. re l»>ri> the kUJlog of »0 Inaurgenta who mad* an attack on the Amert ran'« M Jar* Mala. Col Duboc, of the, Klr«t California, waa ordered to take a battalion of thai rrßlmrnl | j and Join «*ul j[» I Kmlth, who was commanding at Nrfrm II la ru< mor*.l that the Ibiu «,-i,:a In l'.iwr ! are endeavoring I" make trouble on , the inland. ■ . • Philippine C -»'-,». 'o-i. . MANILA. Uarrh M — The nwm bera of lh« U. I i-t,i(i|.|'ln"» com ml«!.)n, with tha asreptlon of Oil. l'»nby, who haa not >. i arrived, neld th- ir firm *.»«i..n this m.rriln*.-. /AMUSEMENTS. 1 "Hpl4«>r and Fly* opened to a r»r« ,ar Sunday m»ht hnuao at the Third avenue theater faat nieht. and the performance waa one of the beat of the kind eeen In Ittll Chin aeaaon. ' The • ii* of aeata for Hnuaa opened this morning at llanmn'a Jewelry alor«. Indications point to a rrowd-' t*\ hotin.' at both the matinee and i evenln* performanf * next Thursday, i Jan* Coomba will nlve m finished performance >.f "fileak House" at the Seattle theater U ednesday »v>n- Ir.e for the i..-tit of Hi- Poitca R» lief association. "IlWtomar" will be given at Hank* hall tomorrow evening by a •< !■■<-t«-.| cast PARTS OF BODIES. Recovered From the Ruins in New York. WWII rORK. March ■ fart of a 1 human body was discovered today In th« ruins of Mm Windsor hotel. A few minutes later a humnn »k- i t>n wat found. Twelve hundred men are. working* In the hot ruins. l'roirre«4 -Is very slnw. It Is be lieved that bodies will bt found In the south? astern portion of the bulMlna;. Th- Ms Iron «af<- of the cafe waa uncovered 'i(« mornlnic. A , squad of i- II "man watchlna; It. ■' The death list remains th<> same as last feporrrd—«i»tecn—«nd the list of mi"ln( nan i-> ■■ rvdurni to forty- | four, as a numljer of those, previous ly unacrount»-d fir reported In per son, or have been locnled l>y friend". The only thin?* found during the early part or the night were a set of artificial teeth on II (old plate, and aom« artl'lrs nf clothing. 'Hi" «r<'»t value of Jewels and Jewelry In lh« wrerk made the men work carefully. Kach shovelful of Ih" refuse "..ri i.in 'n|'v examined l.rf'ire belnir pla<*«d In the carts. LOST HIS HEAD ; For Havlnj- Advised Filipinos to Surrender. MANTI*A, March 20.-<leneral l.i Xarda has lieen beheaded by order „f Akul>i:ilil'> for advising rebel I' ,1-1 •in to abandon further reslitance. ' i rJ^ 111^] S X A rITLE STAR. CYCLONE'S WORK Alabama Reports a Further Lots of Life. HtIUII.YGIUM, Alt. Mart* Jo ~ Newa r»». h«-1 her* this morning of , «n..ih'r cyclone In thle MM) Matur > day night. Th- lateat MM «v at liumirrk. Two hnya were killed I and atvaMaaa other* »-r- « i>u*tyj : Injured. {Another member »r Hi '|-„(Tr» family at K4wanl«Mllr la dead, making r>v«-n ■!. «;ii« in thai family. SEATTLE INKLINGS. The Shasta Water <-i.mi<\n> *a» granted a limited permit to lay a j tw>-inrh pipe on WMlertt «v.-nu« from th- Northern Pacific track la th« Mtlhorn building In l*uet mi j Columbia atrcet*. They will petition j the city council for a franchise at ' the meeting tunltht. I.- Mrl.»l!an ha* bam awarded the contract (or the construction of a I n»tr, beginning at tin- corner or (■■■v.nih nvi'iiijr north ami Harrison ■irwi, and running several blocks : north. ' j John Kniborc haa be*n awarded j the contract for re-sldewalklng Tay lor avenue. Mar Jon**. •» tor known M "Klondike Kate," of Ban Franclseo, j a dealer In hoirua mining stock, »■> arr»«t«"l at th« depot «a<urd»y afternoon by Detective Wa»«mltlll. i for in ikinr even at old men." Hhe la an "M confidence, woman, and Chief Heed ordered h*r 10 lea** Heat tie at once. The funeral of Mm. r-aih.rln We ' Iwr Kti held yesterday afternoon at llutterworth A Hans' '(>!, Itev. ! I. J. Hawyer officiating. CbM rtetd h.i« appolnt«»l th» fol lowing persons to serve as »)■■' l.il patrolmen for «>n« month: ll.wn.i Herald. Kraal Crocker, I. V. ffell, A N. Mi>"ii. Chas. T. ' linan. and i Homer I. Wynland. J. H InKall*. president of Ihe "Co-oper«tlvn llrotherhood." snd Itev. W. W. Mallory, the "Nebra«ka Cylone," will illHrilKK ill' question of "A I. ..].!■ Trust" this "V.'lllnif. at MMMId Temple. The funeral services over the rn main" ol Avery llalM»>ck, I <■■ ynunic boy drowned m v Moraa's mill flat urdny, .■ii. held from the family residence, foot ••t N»rmnn atreet, at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The. funeral services of l>r. An drew Aparlcn were held yesterday afternoon «t the. family renldence at CDlumbU The Interment was In l«ak<- View cemetery. The funeral »• i > IM « of Oenrue M. lilnl'l. nf Mercer Inland, were held at llonney ft Htuwart'a chapel yrs trrday afternoon at 2 o'clock. • ALONG THE WHARVES The steamer Kxrelslnr wna tow»d to the drydork at Quartcrmastrr harbor by III" tux Qoldttl Hate, Mai • I urday afternoon. Wlillo M the m \rii.i., w amii N(iK»\, MONDAY i:vi:nin«;. mahch 20, im»i». dry (tiH-k. th* ateamer wilt b» r* -I'Hllilfit and i.i.ilmlW Th« I'm 1 fin. » Ilghthou** ten -Ider Manftantta, Captain tlri-gory, left •" i>. >. »i.:.! n , Mi.- id on ii-T way iturlh on hrr ann'ial lour of Iniipw -1• ii < >i, ■1 k th* Hi t>i «i in.m« mi.l 1,• .v. ,' - 1V I'l- it.,»t , f »"UHi ■ .>••!■! > • via (Heam ; «itS*r I.ill; n •« xillil Hurt* •1 iv Rlchl Kith '«.ii a} -ir, r. it. ctaco. Th* little. (W!itn« »i> niiirr Nelll* J.n»>n l< "■ iilhi: at th« Miuth bun k< r». Bh* Mitt 1 ■•■>!> iiii» i-«»i la a •!•)■ nr twn fur !'ki«i»a« with • load uf fi.,t';l. |.«! if i. 111. I: will bt I |Hi«tlvr for ii..- Hkugway raltmad. K.uU • ■ ••■(» 11 will probably haul ■I'.'lKM.l. I I •Mil', tnlliKrl'a |, •|» ) , Hht'rti »h* will • i.i.i . ...il fur Man Kun Iv.i Til- »hlp XI 1H..11 Mir. .11 will b» rl;i loading her cargo for MantU thla aflrrttoun. A . «r( of lh» freight • ;..nv «H1 Ih> i-h. 1, „\rr 1.. th* alow '">• »f a 1« ,■+■ amount nf paper*, buofca. i>> > other t•.,"-<:•; mailer ! < i... h «tit be ' 'i< over for th* out* il-ct. Hir«nirt .Irani*, nf th* I'aclflp !•'.•■» Whaling i >■! ii «ny I* taking en lumber >< H*lr««n bay. Bh* thru I'll lO I 11 it >-» 1 M'.ini.T l;ir>l>|it. i>f «f>. •illtr r.-:f| »v,. I* 1m . • 1-1 '" aniv* to day '•< 1.1 <J;i.\r{< I;r >«>> r hßrbur, « i '•■ "Ii- ! .» '■ >11 •-! 'Tl' C Hli" --|. .!-.■• atmut v> ■ 1 !■.■•» !■>/■ for *'».»- Uika. Mi ntn.r N*«(»»rt. «i»n of lit*' l'« --ciBeUtram"Wh*lln« *"»mp»ny, Kill prubabty ajtll tonlcht i>r Inmorrnw ir -ruin.' for fri.»lu«Vi«. Mil* »UI I.km.- fmeht uxiay at lh« Arl!n«- I ton dork. VBXATJOif OF SPIRIT ! Loss of Temper and ...„_ Dollars. WD ABISK OF I.\CLE SIS • ••»lt. from th* Ml(«rtkl« Q«»r • •tin* Ra|ul«tloai at Port Toantand. The ileaniehlp OataMMi whlrh ar ri>»-1 ttatuntay afternnoa tram iI- ■■ - "lulu rii again «übjec-t*d to lha annoying drtay which alt %••»• l« ar rlilas at Prtrt Townarnd from f->r rlcn pnrta .-«j..n. n, .• if 11,.I 1,. > arrive after i p. m. In the event "fa Ixiat'a «i i" •*'*»' from ■ r.'iicn port after thai hour, no matter If ahe enters the barb-jr only five mlnuira late, ***■■ la obliged to wait until "jo o'clock the following morning 1., f•■(•• »'i- ran |>a*« tjuaranlln* In ■ i-, ii ,n at lh« hamla of if* health offlcer. la >h- cam of tha (laronne. ahe attlv! at Tort Tnwnaend Friday evening »» * o'clock. Khe had a clean bill of health, and waa In every way competent to r||d to tieattle. Notwlthitandlns thl*. however, the •:. ,-im« r «v übligrd to lie at anchor In tho harbor until •. * o'clock Sat urday morning with her forty-on* |.!i»>.-nii. >« on ••'•.!( i. At that hnur the health ■«";■< i <>f the Key ■ii > alo«ly donucl lii' uniform and pro aaaflall Ivlnurply to hi* atram launch, win. Ii took him out 10 th- big v.» ■eL The <lamnnp'« pap»m were found to i> • «.iii-f i' '■" v. and ilia « ** al lowed to |.i ■■■. . Ito Rrattle. ll.i'l It not been for the tlm# lout at Tort Town*?nd. »h«" would have b<«fn at Arlington >li»'k alinut midnight, and her Impatlf nl paawngcra would iv enjoyed th« ewaforU of Hcattle hotels. ! Iferently the rhamher of commerce • ■i.i a ii"• 'I '" Wnfhlnßton agalnat thf iictcntlnn of vcnnela pmwntlng A. clean Mil of health to the Port Townncnd tjuarnnllna offldala. The ■Tre.iaury department replied that gtapg would bo token whereby the uim:ee««ary detention would be avoided, but n|> to thla lime na action l.ii >■••■•> ordered. -m tom "It !i:i« ti'i-n Htntc'l In lh» p»i'>m ii, .1 liuiiilroiln nri< I Ins at »rurvy In I In' Copper Illvi-r country. i.in Hi In >• not mn," until Mr. Y. H, <srn hnm, thin murnlnii. "It Is it fn< i, though. that' nlnw-trntna of thnM In Ultra K>' 'I'" iK'iirvy, tint h-avn the country bsfOfl Ul#T ■Jfi down nick. "Our party," eanttnocd Mr. flra» hum," nlopi.ml fir MIDI llm« "' '"' hotsl In V»ldts run hy Mr. J. P, Itobrrm. VV<' W<T» paring tt.M pi* day. Which l» not niurh, '■ ■' we ih..in- ill »<• ought I" h»T* wimp vt'K- ItkblM „,i fruit am ■ In nwlillc The lit 11 nf firn tvn« tiunui nn<l bcurm nnrl liuiiH. Btifl b«inti lhriH« ■ KM I ; iliiy; »n<l onc4 whlh- wo WSf« th*ri' lh»y ptuw im nnurkruut. Kxnrlilt mi >• mn fh<irit»'l for pvrry- HiliiK. hh'l ni> «yfti|mthy l» nxhlMlml fi>r slcfc people I »c* r» plain Almr rrvimliln In r.plllnt trprllt for ni*n- InK the Mlllnni trail. That trull wan 'tit by prn«t>»ft"i», anil nil Captnln AbercrmiiWe rtl'l wan J.. wldi>n It. lit, with ht» ""Minn, to\ lowtil In Hi. waka uf prnaiwclora. I'nr uf tin ai'hrmn Ih'liik „..|k. -I up il»ni» to crralm an mnllrmcnt iiitmnK iii.. iiiiii.-m arm mom «ii«(i --• .1 ilmla In a new locality, Th<t. will Ih- thrva or four In lit* party mlirmit», and lh*y will appoint • irnihlir From itniiinK tSvtnMlvra, ■in.l I ..||. 11 It or » liiilpvpi' 'I." f*« la fur r.i ■i.ln.« I'lulin*. "No (old ha* n-n taken hi of that r«untry. I know of MM (haft 'ii

Mount I iru'ii that waa dunk <l fr*l, ■ml only 11. worth of cnl<l waa I iki-n "111 Water mall, a Intn ■ hoi* i... f«M ■■ I" mail* II Impn—ltl to wnrk. "II hi" liri 11 m all >l by Mr, 1,i1..T1» thai ili..«. «H.i iimi !• turn". i would hr (i< i lo i • hai'k la Cupper river, lm 1 I don't tx>ll*v« thai I her* wa* a paaarnjfcr on th* Kxrrlilor that ha* any • ir» to «■• bark." IHSWOIIk SEATTLE Plans of Evangelist Crittenton. i Lin«.i: M.\D\V J»HI\GS nm» ■ ■'• to ■• f01i0.,..) by Dally tor r via** In th* first M. C. Ckiireh. : .1 Th* •van»rlla«l'- ifilnn run •ln.■«•»! liv Ctijflr'a N Crtltontnn, Iw- Kin-Munday vi. Irr Iv * '..■'■, i ■ clr» ■ uiii«m>>f• Itymouih f.imtrrt* lUiniil rhutrh ■ .• niii-l lo ■•»••» ft..Hint «l th* Initial wrrli'» )•■«!. r. •)«v miirnltie Mr Crtii?i>lon conducted lh« r«- M«J6II GCNCRAL HURRY W LAWTON. Tli"«» who w»tr|i r|,.«.lr the event* in th» Philippine*, attach • great deal of importance to the ar rival there of Major-General Harry \V\ fj««ion who will nt once take a prominent position In the military operation* "at the other aM* of the world.' 1 Oeneral I^awton I* dfwrlhed a* « good tighter, and a soldier of experience and ability, lie la an Ohio man, and I* fifty-nix year* of nK--lii Ju»l the prlma of manhood for a commanding *oldl»r He I* one of the good general* «ho were acquired by Hi.- army at the time of the civil war. from private ltf». Hi began hi* career a* a *eree«nt of one of the companies of the Ninth lin li in. i volunteer*, and In MM waahrevetted a colonel for courage on the MM of battle. In IWH, b«fnr« Ail mi », Oeneral (then <'aptaln)l.awtiin led a charge "f iklrmlnher* i«Mln«l the rifle, pit* of the r.inf..l crate*. and took ii.i only 11,. rlfleplt*. but their occupant*, too. Kor this dl*tlngul*he<l bravery he win given a medal of ii"ii"i After 1., war Captain |,»«iui "i. m«d« a lieutenant In the regular army, and at firnt iv.. I with the Korty-flrat Infantry, afterward Joining the rivalry, lie wan a lieutenant col onel when the I'rrnldent appointed him a major-general on May 4. iv.is. fnl.ir Huikliiv afternoon mini meet ing at the Y. M <' A., and young men completely Mil. .1 the building. At 111- Hi "I M. K. rhurrh I"M night, tunny people were turned away. M.i■tine* will be held every after n'mn ..I I :30 •■ ' I" K. and every ■ ■ M ing M i 7:."i o'clnrk, until next Til.- --.1.11, .1 Hi.. l''lt«t Ml 1 church. Mr. Crlttmlon will I. tin.- to the young people of H.-iitlli- on Friday aftei ii--.il at th* church, and will talk to the children on ■.tmi 1 1 nfternonn. Therm meeting* will undoubtedly he l.i, i. l\ .ill. .1. M It will be 'hi only inn. Mr CrUtonton will .!•■■ rota er|HM'lnlly tv young iK-ople'a work. Ml I i ill- -nloii la plenned wllh the int. ...at til* "ii" of .-"■■•■ nn tniH'iMii .In H.'.iitl." >mh only br-.'ti tnklnir In hi* %vorK. "<•' mtld today to ii Htm reprimentntlve: "The • Itl MtM of Ihla city have given in. grcnt encouragement by their attendance at my two meellnu*. Bn far. mv »urml— 4, but I will in."' (ay that I hop* to .nl«l'll»li a 'Florence (ril-j ■ policeman on duty In that Mtll i-i. | Irtlll.ll Mi1a.1,,11 1 In 1 111- city. Nml HiiihUv I will land all rrTurla In my mlaalon projuet, ami will talk •> clualvrly ahuut mv« wark." It tin- rrowd* continue in b*' a" i.ir«i. •■« Hi.) »pr* at th* iii.-nlima yaalerday, Hi.' armory will I"- an rur«l. Th« rior*nr* iCrlil*nlon Ma«a«liie, vol. I, N.i I. hai juni born taaurd, and la d*vot*d la Ih* r»*cu* work miiHMv th* mrotn. I Th* ihi'ii b*r contain* many lnt)-r»»tlna; aril . I. a .ii Ih* work i.-iiim don* In Ih* United rmiia. and contain* Ih* if port* "f i in* varioua mlaalon*. WHARF THIEVES. Mhlp| •,; in. m art i .ni|.l«iiilil« ali.nit Ih^lr i «a^la !>• h g robbed when lh»y ar« ill. .ill In leave port. A MM nf thla nature ocrurred <•■■ c*nlly juat befor* Ih* aleamer l.aiir a.la left for th» north. TIM ai*w ard fuund a man lowering a quarter of ltf<-f over lha «H« in. ii t««lmui. The man ra<ap«.l and Hi- I" • I Ml ov*rt>oard and KM I-HI I SAVAGE FIGHT. Between Cubans and th* Ha vana Polios. Havana, March I". — Ttn> mltr. meot rauaad by llt« nj hi brlwren Ih* i ■ii' r and rlotou* <°uti«n> on Uai Saturday night (till conllnur* lv I lolen**. Thi- lolal numl«-i Kill*-*! «aa ilii.'. wounded, '. t>jr« ihr«*u •rr iK-nik- made asalnal th* police fore*, and ntvr* trouble may occur m any moment. Many policemen are realcnlac , ■ Kv. r aim* Ih. pulin- Illl^rf' i •i. . ,i a week ar" at In* 4*m»natra linn In honor of • »v. M '» Ur.n doniea. Ih* i-ilu <• have b**n unpopular with lh» populace, who jeer them ami declar* them in. mom <"ul»an MttMMII I*l no opponunliy «■• rap* to irlllrla* tbe force, denouno nut th* arnata aa unfair, and chars- Ins ih.- police wlih "trampling upon lh« irlila of a fro* pex>pl«." The ' I-.1|.» ate virtually In MM podllun of men who have ta make th* peo ple fear them In order lo »iur» obnllrnc*. ; . Th* irouhl* occurrrd at a public mulatto ■••II la flan* Joe* *tr**t, an umivntr quarter. Many Cuban c.mi rr». c vi»n-la, and captain* am<-ii« them, att.n.lwl the affair. A following order* I' prevent I crowd | ..I!, nut in front of the building i where iii.- bull n.i» in |.i.n.i.««, ' linked ■ crimp ..f mill la ii'> In or itl'piTKM. Ml* r*qii''«l wn* null- I eel. and after repeating it ho wnl mi. k..ii by ih' trrnup, whereupon innny in. ii i.«,ii. .i 11. .in the hulMln* , and Ml upon linn. taking away Illfl , |ub in I revolver, and handling him i<>u*hly 11.. policeman Immediately noti i. l hendqviarteni, h.i ordered twenty I'M i vi'« to the m■■•in- Thr crowd lum been prepars/l for their arrival. It In unlit they opened with a revolver tin upon the polio*, « 1,,, h the latter returned. Hip I'll"1 i Ing being kept I'i'.iiiiiil the nmmun in..i, MM exhausted. Ml«« Kugenle M M.i'"«.i' i, hav. j Ing the (tlMlin'ilon ft being the tli-m i white girl born In Hnntllo. died (hill morning at the fßtntly residence, 1,.:. Hecnnd mil-. aged forty »n year. ii. i '.iii" i ■ M the preal ,i. in of ih* flr»t territorial Mn "■ 11,. family came to Seattle In INI. Fishing Tackle AS USUAL we have our stock in such shape that it always pays to supply your wants here. These i price hints .., — Split Uamboo Rod* Si.oo Snrll Hooks, p*-r dozen .'....*. ioc Lcadffs. SC. IOC, lsr, 25c SPELGER & HURLBUT - 1215-1217 pecoid Avemit ■ —:—i:Vi;i<VIM)I)V KNOWS THAT—:- Pike Street Street We are 11 TIM and PiU, star paint co. HORRIBLE AFFAIR Fiva Children Are Burned In Kansas. % IIUTOmNSON, Ka».. March **.— The bom* of Jack Morre wai burn . d thl* mornlnc and hi* nvr «-hll dren. mimliiK In •»• from three to twelve yrara, were burned to death. MILES SUPPORTED I Army Officer* Say B««f Was Not Good. CIIICAOO. M.i, I, *>. _ Th- l.r ', board of inquiry r<-turn<"4 l« Oilr • tru today and mumrd th« viamln ■ 11->n of «iini,i»'i nll«-.i In behalf Of lirnrral Mil**. Thf flmt Wlln^M, c,,1,.i,.| Vo*Ur, of the Blxth Illlnul*. !<-»<lfi<-.1 (bat he drew ifrr!(rratrd b««f , „. <■ whirh *„. ao bad • h.i M had '" be hurl'<) He found many '•« i ram of mutt b*rf, Captalo IMm>nlrk. flrat Illlnoli. IhiiUml to tii« Mim tffret, other witneiaei corrobaratfd their tlatemeota. NOTABLE PASSENGERS The miner rin:itlll» hail nome notable panpengcr* on hwird when »he arrived ihiK morning from Sim Kranclaco. ■ M <'.11111.1. the veteran gold ill*cnvcrrr of the Yukon and till, accompanied by "Togl»h M Jim. hl» wife and child, vino of Klondike fame, ivrn- on tm.iM. Tin. party have been In San Krmirlam for iwveral month* enjoy ing ll»' |>lrnnniv« Of life Tin v panned through Heattle. "n Hi.-It way from Alimk,i. unit while In II 1 ID' lived Ilk" nirmner* of the HrltlHli nrlntocracy. Gold and allver win h|«-nl Ralore. ■iii. party have now grown tlre.d of th. enjoyment* of clvllliatlon, and are returning to the north. NEW VollK. March 10.— Portion* of three ii"'ii'» have. Juat been found iii th* debrli. The entire body of ' I woman wa» al»o found, but has not yet been Identified. clcphont hub»triptl(iit» lv X Pike ISO PBICB. ONE CENT H«n>r«l I'm. ■ ... ami r ,Mi,.:..,-r. I I'arlora, 1 Mil A%«, mid ' ••iticuUft hi, I li-|f[',..l,. Main U Ki»ttl<- ««.!, J San Diego Fruit Co. 418 PlUa Olroot Largest Stock of Fruit and Nnts IN SEATTLE STEAMER DAY. Walla Walla Sailed and Urn* till* Arrived. Today irii ateamer day at OMM ■1«v «, (be Walla Walla deparllnc (or Ban frai.rliicn. and the I'm.itiii.i arriving llolh ■tramer* were h'avlly loaded with pa*a*ng<-r* and i frlk hi. The Walla. Walla 1!, lift of p«»«-n --crra «rai •■ followi: Ulli Travm, Mr* I'aticrcon. Matll* Oliver. Helen nickeuon. P. Urandtkl. tin. A. ilranilakl. HUI A llntiiiwki. 11. K. i'hlnnrry, . I'hlnDtrjr, I. C. Keuo, J. W. ILrney. W. )!««<■«. Florenc* L. Cea*. Ttinma* H»»«l». Mr» C Kl.ni mr, Mrs luu «'ali ait. K. D. Hor rtiarn. A. C. ll»t«, O. A. DonrliHiri. Captain J. It McKcnsl*-. C O. Kbodra, W. e^uanao, W. H«ld, 11. P. Cummlna, <! I* Catnpbtll, an<l twen* ty-flvr In Id' 1 ttr«rac«. Th« I'matltla arrived In port about 11 o'clock. Atmtnic her !••» ►TUfn were fnurir»n on their way to Alinki Her Hat «■• aui follow.: J. U. Arlama, J. Ninrti. <' Klllnctr. C Miller, Mra. C. l-.ll)n««r. J. Mun cw, Mr*, llunroe, Mm r C. Rick , men, W. E. Stevena. Mr«. Fife, P. Burnt. Mr>. Ilium, J. K. Kendall, ra. Kendall, K. W. Cormack. Mra. Cormark, T»«|p>ii Jim. wife a\ad chtld, D. N. Simple, H. I jn«l«lr..ni. Mlaa a. Wood. U V. MOM, Mim P. C. t-brUt ma*. D. P. Simon*. D. P. Simon* Jr.. K. MeOea. i:. <!ay. U. I»lrh«r.l. Mr*. Pi-hard. and «lxty-«lx In the ateer- Chicago Markets. OIIICAOO. March ,M. — Cattle- Itaevei. t<6<; atockera, unchancrd; (.owa, lI.TSIM 75, Tvian*. t3.50««. Iloct-LJsht. lii so; r-u«h mixed, hci%>. ft lower; (lira unchanged. • Sh.-»p— Siilvn. SUM SI; weatrrn. M 1004.70. lawba unchanged. TO THE WINDS. A Son Tosses His Father's Ashes. ClN*Ci:*>r.vn, March St.—The lan wishes of a well-known dtlsen of M uncle, Ind . In. K. J. Sri. 11. have been carried out. The a»he« or th« late doctor were toM«d to the wlnd«, and found a renting plate cm the bosom of the Ohio river. Seven yean »c. when the phy sician died, he made the request that his body be cremated and the ashes thrown Into the Ohio river. The body of Dr. Sncll »'«k cre mated, but th« ashes were taken back to the home of his son. Thorn a*, and kept In an urn Time and attain the son decided to complete the request of hit* father, but he «ii timid In the matter. Finally Monday, h« came to Cincin nati with the urn of the dead. Quietly walking 1 out on the Bus« pension bridge, Thomas, without any ceremony, but with a tear-atalneri fare, dropped the urn Into the Ohio an<l all that was l«-n of his father sank from his sight forever. Dr. Bnell was a wealthy resident of Muncle. HI" annual vacation* were spent in rrul»ln»r about the Ohio In a paliitlon pleasure boat. Th<> Ohio waa his favorite place for pleasure, and hla favorite place In death. Jill request Ik granted, BY MOONLIGHT. Jacob Is Charged With man ufacturing Whisky. Jacob M. Woodrln*. of Mount Ver non. Is In the county Jail awaiting the action of the United States gnin-1 Jury, on the rlnir«i« of running an Illicit distillery and disposing of mnoniihlne hl«ky. Ills altered of fence Is the first of Its kind ever ' brought to the attention at the fed eral court In H««ttle. Woodrlns; says the accusation Is the result of spltework. IN THE COUNTY JAIL. "There's iievan new Inmates In the i unity Jail this mnrnlns;." s.riil Jailor ltnrkpian. The dickens, you say," exclaim ed Sheriff Van HÄ« Vanter. "Yes, and I've put them In the padded cell. " said Itorkman. '-What, were they crasles?" asked the sheriff. ■ "No, they're blind," an Id Workman. "The old Ml had kittens!" Sh<-iiff Van de 'iiiii. i took a long draught from a. pitcher of water, and snylng something about getting n new Jailor, walked out of the oOlce.

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