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| »*•« Poiitkofsky waa in port all 11 - BUkStff mmt im Ti T uT\.^l' - T-T* f-g "! »lSyßfoSßw baring expired. IP Ceaaty Comasisstoner Allan wffl Imi nasi week tor fliMwiiulaU, to ■ pi suitable place for a bridge to be fhe schooner Mary Parker took on rr tons of salt aad attar supplies • fishing excursion to Alaska. » jmterday A auuriage license was issued by Aaditor Wood yesterday to A. L. Mc- Cey, of Taroma, aad Mia* Matilda Bum. of Knumdaw. It was stated y esterdav that a genuine Mast will aoon be given to the baying absent by the opening tor sale of fete m Palatine hill, near the rail road Berth of town. Mr. K. H. MrCabe. of White riser, atain that neither Julius Mess nor hit wile were seriously injured by bsing thrown from their carriage on Monday, during u runaway. The ship Otggu, < apuia Collins, has grrired under charter to load Oilman coal for Han Francisco. This is the third reseel to load at this port for the Keatile Coal aad Iran company. The Csßfornia bridge company, who bare the contract for building the bridge acmes Oraene riser st Franklin, began work last Monday and aspect to Anlab the contract within thirty days. Captaia Holomon Jacobs is eery much encouraged in the haliiiut lak ery indhdry, wblch he la engaged in derelofrfng. He ecpevts to make a se- ond large shipment from this city la a few days. W. B. William* was lined |&m in Justice Hoderhera's court yeeterday for aasault and batter/, and Henry Lyman waa sentenced to jail for IM days for assaulting Indian Kelly with a knife and a club. David Webster will commence to morrow excavating for the basement of a frame building, to be erertod at the corner of Third and Mariou street". It will be fIOiCI feet in siea and three stories high. There will be forty-one rooms besides two stores on the first floor. The building is to be completed in thirty days. The Ht. John'* musical society of Olympia have decided on the dates when they will appear in Heattie. They will present the "Chime* of Nor mandy" and "Mikado" for the benefit of Engine Company No. 2. The mem ber* «>f the society are fine vocalists, and hairing appeared before Heattie audience*, and large ones too, they re quire no formal introduction. The celebrated sculling race between Paine, champion of British Columbia, and Peterson, champion of California, lor the championship of the Pacific Coast, will come off at '*l# Bbawnl gan. thirty miles from Victoria, on uc fine of the K. * X. K. R at 4 o'clock, p. in., Haturday, June 23d, I*BB As the race is to lie one of much importance, BO doubt a large crowd will witness the Urn* rCKftONAL. MiM Rosa Hhechan _ |» orl Town aend, Is vi-ltin- Ar% m s HooUi of «Sbc*j Mrs. W. 1). oToole left la«t evening for Hterling, on the Hkagit river, to re main there during the summer. Prank Me Ilea, whose leg was broken recently by a horse falling on it. is around again with the assistance of a pair of crutches. Fred. Allen has beed appointed as sistant treasurer ami accountant of the Seattle. I<ake Shore A Eastern Railroad Company. Mr. 11. tioldsuiltb, the well known financial and mining man of Portland, 1* visiting Seattle in company with Mewrs. ilottig and Kruse of the tier man Havings Bank of San Francisco. The Misses Kate. Ellen and Mary Roberts arrived yesterday from Black Diamond, to permanently reside with I their parents in North Seattle. Mrs. Stillwell and daughter, of Port Hlakely, were in Seattle yesterday visiting Mrs. StillweU's fattier. Cap tain Collins, of the ship Otago. Mr E. L. Dinglev. of San Francisco, president of the 'Gordon Hardware Company anil one of the directors oi the First National Bank, is in thecity. Mr. Vince 11. Falien. whose appoint ment as aid-de-camp with the rank of lieutenant colonel on the governor's military start was mentioned yester day, hiis written the governor declin ing the appointment. Messrs Colgate Hoyt, director of the O. It. it N. Company, ami llraytou Ives, vice president of the Oregon Transcontinental Company, spent several hours in Seattle yesterday, driving about the citj£ Miss Evans and Miss l.aura Altiuan, of I'linxsutawney, Pa., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John T Mitchell. These ladies have been traveling in search of health, and after trying Cali fornia and other parts of this country have failed to find it until they reached Heattie. They think Puget Hound a veritahle Harden of Eden. Mr. Homer S. King of San Francis co. a well known linancial man. is making a somewhat extended visit to the Hound country. He spent last week at Snoqualiuic Kails, and wil! take in other points of interest before going home Mr. King is among re cent heavy investors in Seattle prop erty. In his travels atiout the Hound country he i» accompanied by his wife Mc*»r* l»eani* I!van, P. B. tialu ► ha, 11. A. I'oi and 11. C. Uavis, of ht. Paul, and I'. J. Henne**y and P. K. IS\ .in. of Chicago, were in t'le city yesterday. The memliera of the party are all prominent in the hu*tne** world, and Mr lSyan It will I* rrmeiu l»re.| i* «ontemplat'iig e*tal>li*hiiif, eitenaive unii-lMiig work* on the Sound The party went to Tacoma la-t evening. NuTiui T. Viaitoa*. Among the not aUe victor* in Seattle at pr«*ent are a nutulier uf pronuneiit Sati Fr*»nci*c«i capitali*ta iiuluditvjf Mr tioitiir, l>re*i lent of thetieruianSaving* Bank. Mr K Kru*e a w liole«ale merchant and a director in the Saving* Bank and Mr. Kin-pick a dt*tingui*hed chemi*t who >* investigating the tit lie-* uf Uvi* country for the production of *u Mr l>ect* I'lie tlerman Sav ing* Hank with which the gentlemen are i untie lnl I* one of the lonj? e«talt li'heil and *«iiid tinaiicial in*t:tntion* of San Kraiici-m. S|>eakiiig of hi* vi»it la*t evening Mr iU>ttig *.» id "We are here partly for plea*ure and largely lor bu*iuc**. Thi* i* not my tir*t \*i«it. t bough I have not I wen here for Ncveral mouth*. I am greatly fbaanl with the development ami a tivilioithei.il You liave thi r:<iit kitiif oi <'* ami. ii|iitllv tni l*<rt:rit. the night kind of »en "Ther»- t" no i|iie*tK>M alamt Ihe fut'ire of Seattle It w ill I* not only a line < itv but the city of tki* northern country." Mr tiottig offered no inform ltMn a* b» the nature of Ir. * l*u*ilie** but it i* Mirnu-ed that tl ha* something to do with the e\ton-Ai>ii u# hi* l*aukb»g op •rarion* 11 r w w % i'Kn -W II thr iua>n»et.M * tl«vt«»r*ho *ii« iwrntly arrived on ih<* rhargr of nifcj- motwv um!r.r taKr i*f*" agjj xvt* ifi«ch»r|ffd on ti*»« oat'on. h»> <m iTiui >uil t«> rwo' erp l *' «'t ' . «rrt* n >m>\* aul II N «v*l *v*r.i for tniliikMt 4 He ••'V'ln t!.4 «um}>l.~iint that U»< i<* ha.} tiitu.irTv-trl ftt&litk»u*l> . int*n4tnfc to 2»)j>ifv hi- repulJinHi sti i that h ret ha* WD duit . tO lht» :»•' Oil Tit of s»■•***, U'f * i' «h i «!JB gr..' . v - t . (,e , ~'cnt.nt. Mr. A. I4«wd Mm vaaaodtat flMhMf' Monad nOroad la* evening, Mr. Mat- MWlßMMtMtttt:* Mi terday illnM far Franklin. to m- Intending to retar* to-day. The train taf&ft Ow tn*T£?dte tuTt^T'to allow the incoming train to pass. As the ears barked up the track the coa dacto- Botenl a loaded ear of lam her rtaadtogou the side track, and en deeyored to atonal the engines* to caS for brakes, tart owing to the «aw tsngth of the trata and a tag carve in the rand, he reuld not m i iimplhh it and the train came ap aoaisst mi can or iran With terrible force. Mr. Htatenu was standing with a companion on the platform ef the caboo* little dream ing of denser Just as the shock oc curred, hi* companioo jumped, aad called for him to do so. While in the act of leaping the (oere of the shack raised a ton car ap onto the platform of the caboose, catching Mr. Mtetaon across the hips end rat-aaiso ant rcaaisLT. The alarm waa given. and he was taken from bis awful position as s<«n as possible. He lived bat Are min utes. and the only words uttered by him after the accident were: "Boys, I ruses this is enough." The news was telegraphed to the city, and his body sent in by the tram which arriead at • o'clock. It wae re ceired by Coroner Boot end taken to an undertaker's parlors. *s udi an rscaxTAis. Coroner Boot was seea last evening by a reporter. He said: "I hare not decided yet whether this is a rase where 1 would be justified in holding an inquest or not. To-morrow I shall enquire mora fully into the circum stances surrounding the accident, and decide about holding an inquest." OMluiy. Mr. BMwn waa a native of Main*, •ml tbeM « jtmh of age. He »u the third of i large family of hoy*, all of whom are iumberaten. He came to Paget .Hound teeiMi yearn am. and worked for the l'uget Hill ('<>»- until late in the aeventies, when CAME to iuttu, And joined his fortunes with the Stetson A Post Mill Company, with which he has been connected ever since, and of which he was a laije stockholder, and superintendent el the time of hia death. Three of h*» brothers, Warren, Ueorge ami l.rKov, reside In this city, and a fourth is still in the east. His mother also spends the greater portion of her time in this city with LT • on »- t , "Mr. Stetson was « man whose loss will be felt by the entire community, for he was an excellent citizen in every way. He was one of the few men who are always ready to as-i*t with his ineans those who need awinlanrr. He was a plain, every-day man, raided to work, and kAtn nsitsrw. Wherever he «aw a man Irving to get along and needing assistance, he put forth hi* good, arm and (rave him a lift, for »uch manly qualities bis loss will lie deeply mourned by handred* who have felt and appre ciated his friendship. a nr«ata or thk riait mtrAamr.sT. Mr. Stetson had for year* been an active and useful member of the Seat tle fire department, and look an inter est in everything calculated to pro mote the growth anil prosperity of the citv of his adoption. , The arrangements for the funeral will not be made until to-day. koll"7>?1TOXOK. White Stiver District Reboot Km. ■— Avrrafea Abav* Ml far the Tear. A. B. claa.*ea Marv Haye* !», Jen nie WelUel IKS, Kllie "11 aye* 18, Eddie Kmer*on !•>, Mauda in. May Mcpouitall »l, Franee* tlnlefe 111. I». E cla**e»—Jo<ie Oulette !*, Dellie Dulette !l<. Margie Smith !C, Agne* I Iwver )*•, Burton Jacobna !»'«, liertie Waaeman !tt. Je**ic WeiUel I*l. t'hri* Thyge*en !fl. Alidion*# McHougall 91. Y I'la** Mainie Shurkey Oft, Erne*t Wakeman ll'. Inrln Weitieel ill. ia» in deportment— Tom Oulette, Lucy Smith. Atmi V \n i>c VasTK*. Teat her. HOW IT HAPPBNBO. The Iteaaon Mr. C. T. Terry Boifkt • Ham at Olympla. Charle* T. Terry, fapuin Tom Wright, <ieorge Hiee, .lame* Wilaon and a nuinl>er of other young men of thi* ritv. trromputieil by a like num ber from Olvnipia. are 'pending a few week* at IKK'* plaiv on the IVwhute* river, in Thur*ton county, hunting and lulling and having n good time generally. Mr. Terry line pan-hawed u hor««- of one of the f.irliter* re*iding in that vielnitv. The trade came a hoot in tiii* way Sunday evening, aluut du*k, one of tbe boy* ran into camp WHtTK Aa a sHrrr And frighteowd almo*l into bv*teric*. In 111* llight he had lo*t hi* hat. and hi* i-oat tail* were in Utter* from whipping in the hreere. A* *OOll a* he could -|>eak. be aaid that he had *een a . ougar down in the awamp. and that the animal had cha*ed and almoat overtaken him. On bearing hi* *tory, some of the l*»y* w*«itici' to r*i k i r Anil Mart for town, but Mr. Terry did not want to *ee the e*|*ditKm tliua come to an ignnminioti* wiml-up. and mi he pria ee>le<l to load hia rifle, and in companv with t'aptain Wright. Marled out to make *hort work of that <,-ougar They crawled along *tealtbilv to tbe edge of the uiar*h. in hreatlilea* -ileoee Suddenly a huge form ap|*eared in the hru*h. l»ut a few var\l* di«taiit There it i«.' whi*peml i'aptaln Tom Wright and tkk*t aurr® *w*v. And the two tW*l for amp. leaving the wounded animal in the awamp When the* related how they had crawled Up' and killed the .nnigar, thoM' w ho had -taid in camp felt mu< h relieve*! Early Monday morning an irate farmer appeared it the door < f tbe tent and *l»outed "W hi, hone of von dude* shot my old brown mare ,'lown in the *wamp la*t night. *-peak out or I'll have ever* one of you ar rested vou wi< ke*l follow* The snap «a* up Mr Terry ha l shot a mare in Mead of a > ougar out I am eonstalde of tl«« i<re* in<-t. and I il Mtarsr tmk wn -iK < * >wi> If vou don't tell who di.l it.' Evpla nation* followol The mare «a« woundeil. hut not dead The laniirr *.tkd the animal *a* worth $ I - fc ' and Mr Terrv Ixuight her at the farmer * term* !*he i* now in . amp an 1 t'ap tain Tom divide* !•»* time les»een taking can- of ber an i U>wk:i»g after the culinary department >i tt» »v« Hmn-w Jamc* T. be! lv intend* bringing -uit M- Bo* thellwwer»d and Mr Burt, the cotltrator !*■• the buiidmr opts-ue the Aril >trto« b-t'll •' urvlav X <t ' Jx w!i: *"*■ '■"*? " , ,i«us. t " «Wtttoa»o t.e l - of 'i.uniu,' « hi* little hiid ami the severe „l Mi- K. Iv be l«»*t a- .'.it »i «« worth of household »n*t niie««e 1 h* * wbt* mitirr-i. w - i ul*o tfing *»: it tor d.."a*-« - i- **a hildrfß erf for Pitcfcr' CistoHi. "ttl'wm*" VSS. *? 3L .-.to. ■< lyfc T»— • fmaihiix far » atTMI idrnkt Sst^sK^ ■yf Tfcird B »tr»e<, p"'MI rteai J the plane when the powder is tote rum MiiOT nm crrr. Thectaimacf Mr*. I. A. Tkn9 for »?L*juLrlj o*ot| 0 * ot|t * J "^JuLi^ M ' the finaar* committee. The following claima were rejected: Pml & Van ftaße.fUM*. MToT Marrisaa. sl7 JD;' F. J. OtatHLW, and F-. L Hunp "«,WJs. WU to 9fttfl.Sl, including mentioned The nutter of changing the grade at • paint an Kiftb street between Red end BUnchard streets. ww referred to the Meet committee, with power to act. turrw* emmm. The fallowing officers for the ap proaching city election were appotnleu: £7* * r Turner; Wd", i- C. Heine, and imrp W T«w*; «torta. Dnvld Mckinley end 0 ™ r*"-* Hiread ward lnspector. O. C. *borey: judges. M. B. Haddocks and If. Butler, cierka. L 8. Booth and Joeiah Coßlns. Pulling place, engine house Wo. I Third Ward— Inspector. Frank Han lord; judges, L B. Andrews and Otto Hmith; cierks, R. B. Albertson and iKi. rste r °" - « *■*• Fourth Ward—lnspector. J. B. Kin new: judges, A. A. Hell aad F. H. Harkina, iter ha. W. 11. liuehes and W. «». Latimer. . ureas as. The applications of the following persons for licenses were referred: A. F. Able. William Orose A Hon. Mark Norton. Henry Bobbins, Charles F. A Anderson and oaniSAsraa ramav. The following ordinance* were paeaod unanimously: An ordinance proritlinj for the wid ening of Second street. between Blanchard and llepot rtnctn, and to provide for the condemnation of real estate. An ordinance establishing the grade of Second street between Eagle and Blanchard streets. An ordinance to provide for the grading of Second street froai Depot to Blanchard street, and building side walks thereon. ,An ordinance ••'•Wishing the grade Of Fifth street between Heneca and Mill streets. An ordinance to provide for the grading and sidewalking of Fifth street. An ordinance to provide for the grading of Harrison street from Bo* street to Elliott bay and ndewalking the same. An ordinance providing for the' grading sidewalking of Bluff street from Light to Powell street. The ordinance authorizing the West Street, l-ake t'nion & Park Transit Company to construct and operate a street railway was passed by the fol lowing vote: Ayes—Fiink, Green, Seisi. Reitx. Noes—Rassell. The council adjourned until Friday Jue ®tb, when the matter of the Front street calde franchise will be further considered. THE HIREMKVs't'OXVENTION. A List mt the Babjeeta to be Dls miiil. In connection with the tournament of the Firemen's Association of the Northwest to lie held in this city July 2nd and 3d. the association will hold a convention. The following topics will lie discussed: I. Should there be a law requiting our public buildings to I* so con structed as to afford adequate means of escape in case of fire: t . W. Fulton. Astoria, S. W. Condon, Eugene. J. What class of men are l*st adapted to make good firemen: W. Clark. Salem. 3. What should constitute a thor oughly equipped fire department: Joe \\'ebl*r, Albany, George H. Burnett, Halem. ■4. Are chemical fire extinguisher* of any practical u*e in eitingui«hing firen II Utrnn, Portland, M.J. Brod rick, Oregon City. (1. History of the fir* department* of the b*m* i'ation: I hief W entworth. Vauamnr. W. T. «. Have firemen'* tournaments con tributed to any extent in the advance ment of the Various department* «>f the association. Oeo. Jioland, B. 8. Worslev. Astoria. 7. I'll the ladies rnnipwing the var ious coffee rluhi of the association: K M .Collin*. Dallas. Will H. Berry. 1 tulcpelidetii-c R. What an- the advantage* of 'hut off m**les and relief valve* to 'team fire engine* : Tho* Hart. Walla Wal la. Wm Dugan. >alem. !». What arc the essential require ment* of an efficient officer of the fire department J. N. Hoffman, Albany, K K. Montague, la-ahnon, 10. The fire department* of the a«- *ociati»n : <i. Kellogg. Seattle, 1,. A. Sanctuary. Ko*ebiirg. H. Sh lal relation* of the fire boys: l„ K. Ij»ne. Ko-et'urjr. chief Olympia department. • I'J. Ila* the u*e of direct water pre**ure any advantafv over *team at tire-. Affirmative—<l. A. Dorria. Eugene. T. A. Jor lan, Portland ; neg ative P. H. Dnrcjr and K.J. Hen drkk*, Saleta. 13. What i« the l**t apparatus for u«e of *mall village* K 11 surpre nant. Astoria. W. T. Campbell. Eu gene. It. The fire department* of our a»- •oriation <an their pre-ent «tandiag lie improved C J Curti*. A*toria A. J Kav. Walla Walla. 15. I* it de*iraUe that all • itie* have a permanent chief engineer Joe charter*. A«toria, chief Timtna ile jKi rtment. lt». Ilvdrant* conMruetion and *el tmgof sitne J W. Hare, Astoria. 11 Whitman. I'al'e u I Tlt I- -The • teainer Premier arrived from Van » Oliver on time ye*terday She brought T.s ton* of irehthtfor Seattle merchant* and the lolbo»ing li-t of pa**enprr* for thi* citv A t l*rve-t and wife. M Perrv. A Jmr< K Marten, John Rv land" M< lKmaJd, M lVrvi*. J Bedberrv. 'leorge Have*. Mr» M.*- I\, r. J Vullerton. A. Wiener. William BoMon. J. Nwbol-on. J. 11 lUiter. W White, Joke Charter*. J. I» Hallo well. J.>hn IWvd. J. C.rant, T l*rtim mond Mr-. Una Hill. Mr* Mary Hill. E. KipW-y.E Hill. Minnie Kipley. (I It IVnm. M. L l*ciim . J **»!«- -t mil T Waters. H IS. tiarli. 1> i.nrhtb*. L. I- Haraar. II I W ri.'ht Mwru« I' » Mr E V t.ardner revive.! a .ti*pai h yesterday fm tl hi* wife, who i* in Kar.*s*. sav ing -It i- » girl and weigh* nine r»«nd*. l-a*t evening Mr Uarviner -aid Mrw. tiardtier ha* Iwen :n -ielj ateb-aith for a I-.jic time, an.i ha* Seen .topping witfe h;-r wter lii Kan -,i» Wr »erc married ot» June i'«sh. our first .laughter was '• on on June t Hh, and n•» •>»*• f« rt >».r on tfce «at«>- day o: the -"ariir nwnth.'' I T r IVi*er bus ••per.e>l • tiatyyetyt ,„ »tt.. ! Hre- • eary. ewrfNpftkd far Ik* —ilu of fma IM Mn«T.wnft2?» rand yettirday ranraiag TVibm Ckerry, Otto Mtt, Wdfaaa Fox. Isaac Wuilaa. CMn Kittraun. W. D. Harm. & K. Tin. J. W. D* Matt, Charles Kakeidy.W. HGrakaaa, W. H. Lard sad J. O. Warns. Attar «r Owc*al Metcalfe hi Us opening speech far tha praaeentfcw. mM that he prove that Poker Sam ww Kiuurn ■» uun ma Because they bettered that he had a bad "toaawaa" far their brother Sam, who waasirk- Gardaer Proctor was called to testify a* to how Indian doctors receive their alleged power over the ills uf the Mi aad tke Indian superstitions regarding tkeas. "Ha said to bacoatte a big medi cine aaa aa Indian had to go off into tka woods aad fast for a long time and go through tke aaaat severe hardships aed suffering. By >o doing, they daim to bacaaaa poaaaaeed of •rrnara.il rtwtaa. Tha mummery aad grotesque aad often cruel process they go through in Heatmgthe afflicted ia called tomana mus. Tka Indians believe that tke Indiaa medicine uaa can make either a good or had toaiaaamua—that is, they can use their alleged exalted powers to cu re tke afflicted or tkey can make tkem still more 01 and finally caeae tkem to die. Caroline. Poker Sam's wife's daugh ter, a young womaa of not unprepos sessing appearance, dressed in a black silk, testified tkat previous to tke kill ing she had been working as cook in Ike Tecumseh family and had over heard Soger tell bis father that he waa afraid his brothtr Sam. who was sick, waa aping to die. Roger said that tka rival lndian doctors, George Washing ton and Tobey. had told him that Poker Sam hail made a bad tomana mus for his sick brother Mam, and that I Roger said further that be was sorry, ■ but be thought be w..ru> atvi to (ill rocut aaa, 1 In accordance with the time-honored custom of dealing with medicine men for making a bad tomanamus. Frank Hayes, of Ren ton. testified that he went to the dead bodies of the Indians and examined the wounds. He found Roger Teeumseh there, and the latter told him that Sally. Poker Ham's wife, had accused him of the murder, bat be denied all connection with it. Hayes started bark toward Kenton and met Roger's brother Dan. Alexander Simpson, who accompan ied Hates to the scene of the murder, testified practically the same, except that he thought be saw • knife in Dan Teaumach'a band. James Johnson's testimony tin pract'cally as fnflowa: "At about half Est Bor 9 o'clock on the evening of e murder I was in Wood's store at Renton. Sally Poker, Sam's wife, came to the door and MAM A G»KAT iriiri and commotion with her cries. I opened the door and she came in and said that someone had killed her hus band. She was intoxicated and her hands were covered with blood. She left and Woods' and I went Over to the saloon. We stood there 15 or 20 minutes talking when Roger Tecnm seh came up from toward the Cedar river camp. A few minutes later Mrs. Graham, proprietress of the Ameri can house, came down the track very much excited ami calling 'l>ave.' She had just come from the scene of the murder, and told as about it. Roger asked us to go up and see the dead bodies and told us that Sally had ACf-rSED HIM or THE MI'BDM. He was very cool and collected, and his general appearance did not indi cate that he had been in a row. We went out to see the Uslies, and found Poker Sain with his head across the railroad track. We thought be had l*en dead at<out two hours. Charley Kanam was Iving in about the same noaition ahout forty feet further on, but his head was not on the track. We went down the track and found Pan Tecum«eh on the track drunk. We picked him up and searched him. and found a knife on him." A knife was produced in court, and the witness identified it. Several Indian witnesses swore that the knife in evidence had belonged to Poker Sam before his death. James Wier substantiated Johnson's testimony regarding Sallv's going to Wood'* store and stating that her hus band had been killed. SALLY'S STOBT. Sally was then called to the stand. She cannot speak Kmrlish, and the process of securing her evidence through an interpreter was a tedious one. Her story practically was that she and Poker" Sani went to Renton and sold a beaver side. Someone hail stolen Sam's horse, and he wanted to come to Seattle and consult a lawyer aliout getting it back. Sally gave him $lO to come to Seattle with .'and he had $9 Ispside. lie tonight a liottle of whiskv. and talked with Roger and Dan Tectimseh and Charley Kanam. Roger did not drink much, but the others did. The party finally started •town the track. She was sitting hack from the track some distance, and swore that she saw I>an hold her hus band down on his !>ack while Roger ST ARBRD Hl* TIIKKC TtMKS She then Uglified that they treated l harltT Kanam the same way. She claimed that she ran over to* Poker Sam';* body at once and took hold of him and got her hand* Moody. She accused Roger of the murder and ran to Renton to pre the alarm. Her tes timony was quite explicit. She said that Poker Sam had heard the rumor that Tecumseh intended to murder him and had sent to Talalip for Charley Kanam. who only arrive*! on the day of the trapped v. She venture*! the opinion that Kanam was only killed «o that he might not tell who mur dered Bam. Sally was still on the «tand when court adjourned la*t even ing The prisoner* sat all day indiffer ently watching the witne-*es. TIItT OfcaatOftALL* *WILI*<« > At some of the testimony of the In dian witnesses, hut showed no vita! concern in the proceeding. Tfce trial will prohahly m»t l>e concluded before to-morrow nicht. othkb *%rrrß«*. A judgment of |7<£? 3»» was entered against the defendant in the « a*e of John Leary vv William l^ekoalow«ki. All netit jurors summoned on the «pe< sal venire issued for the Indian murder trial mere f«»r the term. All petit juror* on the regular venires n«»t at present engaged werr excused until Thursday. The jury in the • a*e «»t O L Ruth erford. • harcr«! with «• tabbing Fr.-%nk Mitchell at Falls (Ity, reported that they c*nih! not airree aei wrre <li«- chaneed The « wa» continue*! f»>r ?he term tile defendant bei&jr held on th«» «ante l«tl. H F loniwii aMKi «»n the report «>f the committee ap pointed to examine him. OwTtnti*'. * Roit» —Suit ii' be gun in the d>th *t o>;rt yesterday by tSe county aram«t James Rankin for obstructing the «-reen river r»tad. Trie t rtm|4a nasil th«4t the road run thrvu?ti Kanktn s lan<l for halt a mfte ami that he per-i*t- n !- tng it bjr Unikimc ?er«.. - arrcw# it and pjow.ng it w}> *n«! f***zittnjr «ro|*«. ratt*itu? *n«l HrtUm irrep*r ablf 4zm*gr TW ot>m plaint a*k* ihat h+ t< ft bom oHro- itaf the n«A«l. yfa*fa —>—lf. M* that onto >a inSdf*li*fa ■ rMial na thatthe |iiu|wnd attaaaa< oo the pit «T the anti-suffVagfeis to secure an order boat Ike district ccart ftakMlin; tka citv clerk front pec auiiteg «gnta to register. wiß not be nude IB male voter* who were nr itttiad year jaw* ttotm tedkaM«S'!LfawMart ■SffS Oaa most km KvccMiaUae city aix atoalha pteviows fa tke dav of ahxllua to be entitled to rote. So loacer ran dene* in tke teiritmy is required. ASOTHE& ISDIAS MURDER^* "■Mb MTML 1,<l " Tke body of James Martin, an intei ligestand peace tble Indian, was found on tke Tulalip reservation a day or two ago. Examination showed lt '» he had been skot ia tke bark, aad that be had bees dead several hours. Tke Indian justices promptly began ixvamoanso nta Mama. They had four Indiana arrested. Three have since proven their inno cence and beea discharged. The other was to have been tried yesterday. Martin was about twenty-four years of age. and was considered a very prom ising young man. The only theory by which tke murder can be accounted for is jealousy. Ha aaaaiia a loma aqrxw Some time ago whom John Sam. an other Indian, professed an attachment for. It is said tkat Bam and tke girl's reJativei threatened that they would kill Martin. R. F. Armstrong, chief clerk at the agency, came to Seattle yesterday and communicated the facts to Prosecuting Attorney Ronald. Mr. Ronald aays he will not attempt to do anything in tke matter unless more evidence develops. TIEF*EVESTS. the rtaa ItnHa Bad* at tka Walla Walla Track. The third annual fair of the Walla Walla Valley Consolidated Agricultu ral Society will commence October 1 and end on the & Purses to the amount of 95,000 have been offered and W.ITO in premiums. Already 43 nom inations have been made and 31 secur ed payments in stake races, in four of the 15 events included in the pro gramme. Among the leading purses is one of fI.OOO free for all trotting aad fHOO free for all running races. The Walla Walla races will undoubt edly lead in the turf events of the northwest judging from the splendid record previously made on the Garden City tracks. The subjoined record is from Goodwins Official Turf Guide for 1W: From the official record* of the Walla Walla Valley Agricultural So ciety we take the' following records tuaue on the race course of that so ciety, at Walla Walla, giving the time and" performance, together with a re view of the best time on record in America, for similar performances, using the New York Clipper as author ity. As will be seen, Walla Walla heads the list for a three-eighths of a mile da>h. Three-eighths of a mile—o.3s: made l>y W. 11. ftalib's Bogus, s. g.,by Ophir. dam l>v Imbrie's Heenan. September 28, 188?. This is recorded by the Chi cago .NVirjt Annual (or 1888 as the best performance of the kind ever made on the American turf. The next best time. 0..16 H. is given by the New York World Annual for 1888 to Ainaiee, at Little Rock. Arkanaas, April 2SUi, 1882. The (liwuT fives no official records for daahes of three-eighths of • mile. One-half mile— C. E. Wil liam!)' I'anpoosa, b. m., unknown ped igree. and Hilda, ch. m.. by George Wilkes, dam Neva Winters, ran tie September 2), 1887. In running off tie l'appoose won in 0.50. Best recorded time bv Olitipa, Saratoga, July 25, 1874. Five-eighths of a mile—-1.01 by Whitiuore s. g.. by Joe Hooker, dam Callie Smart, September 27, 18X7. Rest recorded time I.ool*, by Neyella. Salem, Oregon. September 18, 18S2, and by Jim Renwick, San Fran cisco. November 3. 1883. Three-quarter mile daub—l.lß, by R. K. lty bee s Keepsake, b. m., bv Flood, dam unknown, September 2s. IXB7. Best recorded time 1.13. by Force, ixmisville. Kentuckv. September 34, 1883. One mile—l:4B; by J. A. Porter'* Laura I>., ch. m.; by tilen Dudley; dam, Laura I\, October 1,1887. Best time, 1 by Ten Broeck, Louis ville. Kentucky, May 24, 1887. One and miles —2:0(1; by R. R. Bycee's Mark Twain, ch. g., bv Monday; dam, Jennie I'. Rest recont ed time", 2:07',. by Binnette. Chicago, July 12, 18WI, arid by I.a Sylphide, Lexington. Kentucky ."October 22.1*#>. One and one-half miles—2:4o; by W. 11. Balib's I>iavalo, h. g.. by Sharon; dam. Winney, September 2l>, 1887. He»t time on" record. 2:T4, by Luke Rlackburn. Monmouth I'ark. August 17. I*Bo, and bv Jiiu Ouest. Chicago, Julv 24. 18*. Tlie fastest mile ever trotted over the Walla Walla track—2:2?',—was by Ranchero,c. .«.,by Clark t'hief; dam, Mary Kagle; October 24, INJW. BEAL ESTATEJTRAXSFERB. Derda Rerorded •! th« Auditor's Offl ee VettfHay. Eighteen deed* werr filed for reconi at the auditor'* office yesterday. aggregating 973.643 *JO, ail average of $4091 each. The mo*t notable transaction rec<»rded «t< the gale (previously reported) of two lo!» at the comer of < berry sud Secoml streets from Angnntus W <jeoU>ck t« Am<* for ffiO.OOO The folbwlnx deed* were filed yesterday: I»*vid T IVuny t«» r.mma Alice Walker, lot block 41. I>. J I*enny'» third addition to S*»rth Seattle. fBM. It T >cott to I». V Whidden. lot 10. bI«M k 1. addition. 91 Kdwlu Unc<l4»D to J. T Ronald. W of SK ** and K of SW » 4 of Hec 27. Tp. X V. R > K . MOW' Roger H. fireene to Grace W rinvne, lot* 2, 3 ami 6. hkak C 7. < . <\ Terry n add; lion. 91 Margaret 11. M» Itonald to lowU £ I»avl*. * », of ft 1 • of f*ee .10. Tp. S3 X . R. 6 E.. S& UtiH» s )>«« n to Edward I>unrau. the «u*m»' pr»»nerty, $lO. NoittK-ro I'aHflf Railroad < omp*ny to Muthts* Nett. kX 1. Se**. .tl, Tp. . R. € ¥ . 9116 H6 Fr»-d FL. zander t.>Tbe«>phil*i* fiartl. W of the K ' a of M 4. bkwk 15. Ma%Dani'« )>ta(. »4rt« I uitrd Stall* to W alter P Bel'. of S«e 10. Tp Jl N , R T F . 94«• Walter P Bell to An>«« < ottinir sE. ' 4 <*f Se 10. Tp >' \.R TK . »9T V II T Kyle lot»l and 2. blork 30. A'tdlfimi. 9^« \ B f'» 4 fiMlau«d S. K«le. k 10. Pleasant KMu" .t idiUoQ. rr« Ja*f**r« t«» «*eorge F.. Mtiler. !ofs i:>and K..Woek l». Phtnuey n a<!d:tn*o. 9N)f i t * alkin* U» Tbitww Fisher. *mn So* 1, 2, 2 and 4 in tract lOi. in Maple i»4eti i Mason toMarie J F . - 21 N R 4 1 9Us*i Ainm«ttt* W <Vob*< k to Aw<* Brown )ol» 2 «nd y blork 4. tu>rrc «t Pviutf * plat of sratt> F W« N'anatit to John T Dean*", !<.*• bkiek K. I'hinnry * addition. »T« - H«tt« rTo J«»bn 1 1m noy lot* 4 and j®. bkwfc K Pbiwaey ■> |?a t<a fnmimre dealer*. uj»bt4*terer* M'ul the pabWe fewerailv- V« en viae aw la* of »>nr !C*ret*kw. whieh we are ihiv ftrrpared to fttmiah i:» aay «Q| v frumata■> To a rarUaad and of ?ae be*t * Come and be mi* ured that you Mi? better «ud rneapi?'r be?e 'aaa atsvwbe-e e;«e Swyoly a i ri . -*p«Ry. f'««* ', J - Mr. r. B. Canoal, af Aaa FMb an. >ial ji.lufaj hi Seattle, aad laft £JEr;r.r,,rft,i i** c ns thrmsaad acre* of land on Briku Zn Bay. which tha? ' 'am ro utt Tiiruu, Aad to that ami, iatead aadtoNa, •oaar Oneaeoject istoboild a raß raad front Whatcom to Lake What- Jfa. father Is to bwOd a railroad front Whatcom to Seattle, aad a third bto baOd a tine at rand freat WW coat to tke British liae. Mr. Cornwall refused to talk vary much about his pfaa>.tntaa intimate friend of Ms and: -I know that Mr. Cornwall aad his associates are a aaa to mu a unaut. Ifat tost how murk, or where it will ran. l aaa not at liberty to state. Kv ery other point oa the Sound is push ing akcad. and the owners of the prop, erty on Beiliitgham Bar are tctni to see if User canH start the ball rolling in aad about Whatcom. Durinc the past few week* there has bean consid erable stir in that ricinitv. A lady who had a claim on the bay sold it re cently for $37,000. Asotbeb Vrruun tkiH. - Jesse Wilson died at Grace Hospital last evening of heart disease. He was a veteran of the third Indiana caralnr «d a member of James I'utons Port NV 11, of BQensburg. The funeral will be from Shorey's undertaking rooms at S p. m. to-day and the ser vices will be conducted by the Grand Army poets. Tub Aui AaaiTEs.—The steamer Alki. Captain J. H. Bennett arrired from ban Francisco at 11 o'clock last night, bringing 870 tons of general merchandise for this city, and soma for Taroma. She left San Francisco shortly after the Mexico. bringing the Sound freight of the latter. The Mki will load coal here for San Francisco. Many will be surprised this morning to hear of her arrival, for she came in without sounding a whistle or firing a gun, and brought no passengers. CklMna ay fer Pltcktr't CiKsrto. PEISER'S Tintype Gallery Heoom! Htiwt, next-to PeinerV jelttf Art Htmlio. FIVE'S OPBBI BOISE. Geo. X. FEYI Mtnuer TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Thursday and Friday, June 21-22 f e Mr. Gos Williams, Supported by unquestionably the best Comedy Company traveling. In two great plays. Tkaniay, Jaas Slat. The new home comedy drama by Cal. Wal lace. Eaq.. entitled Keppler's Fortunes! FrUUy. Jaaa (U George Hoey's great comedy, entitled Oh ! What a Night! Coder tbe miinaiement of JOHN" H. ROBB. New Music! New Songs I New Recitations! Ad mixtion fl and Ate. Seat* now on wale mi the Seattle Pba n>«cy. jeWj "Tta Clliß if Hinaidj" A.3STX) " MIKADO " ST. JOHN'S Musical Society a' OF OLYMBIA, AT Frye's Opera House, June 26 and 27, For tk* yarekaM of a Ply* Orgaa far St. Jaka'a Cbank. Efanit Cwrtwes. File (Wises. society have kindly consented to clonale one half tbe net proceed* nf these opera* to Engine (,'ompaay No. *2, and »honld ant a warm mention at the hand* nf the citizens of Seattle Tickets purchased from tbe firemen cao he pre sented at the box olllce and seat* reserved. Ticket#, with reserved seats. It. Je3# HKAK PEOF. WI. WINDSOR, LLI. Tb* owl or Tit Phfpncikifiat *rxl Anthmix.: TO-NIGHT FOB liEVTLEMFA OX IT. FREE LECTURE TO-RIGHT! The Second Grand Course Tf» pmtknMß only Commences To-night. Mt(9if<rßti]r ill«Wrik4 with of tfw rtj»n«loft Tf orfiß*, hpijl.h» «n*fsik;»»- w»»rrf'i' mvrro* »- - ■ * A *taSs«^sßrSir3s£2lS«» h * "•SMLSwpSS?'* REIUr&WOODS 810 SHOW, ta %?Kt3isS« IhiT hm , * 8 ntcikMatnat O" <* the retartpai hfw M« tbe 6-Nelson Family-6 Robert, Arthur, Suioe!. charim. urap. tank. Th» (mini d Msm «m ImaiM Irom KmwK. Tbr rhanpino of rtaa pfaw» IV am.hatir nanrN n( Uw m. Intnalaeine their . ike FAM.I\»i COM M*. Performed only by theee «rti»«*. Ten other (r_larr«, an 4 rooelodtnc with the fn»- nicat lriak roapd) tm written, entitled "SENATOR McFEE." Rrtcrvcdmlxn aaleat IheA-attlr fbar ■««"T fatunlay annitn* Prtee- a« in»l IS MO SDCH WORD AS FAIL! —the— Knights of Pythlaa PICNIC WILL TAKE rUCt Thursday, June 28 At the inoat beautiful crouiiii* In the Northwest. RAVENA PARK. munlr. danrtnc and- nnn. Aaiwafnl of r\rry kind and lots of prtw and prraenta lor the n»«>. Tickets lor !h« round trip and adulation U> the ground*, |). >eiT 1/76, JULY FOURTH, 1888. Fourth ofJuly CELEBRATION SEATTLE, W. T. The aevcral transportation rovnpaniet hav<> ilmilfieii their Intention of giving very low excursion rate* from all point* in <Jregoct ami Washington Territory to Seattle on the occasion of the QUEEN CITY'S GRIM CELEBRtTION! Which will ronnUt in part of A Moaator Military mmd Tnitt' Haral Parai*. Oaata, MarUwaatara Flraaaa'a Aaaaal JTaly S to 6 iaalaiba, Taoktias, Hqrola Taaraaaaaat, fami Wafitßgi lalMt Madaal Caaoart, OMlHUtarr Ball. Pnatoolalo DtafUr, flail ana Aaeaaatoa, Etc. htanattaaal Oaat of ltnnhall katvaaa tkm Halttoa of Victo ria,aaltkalaattti tiaw, oa Jaljr M aad Itk. The mimic af the dar will he fnrntsbed by eleven military **»« civic bauda. The committee of arrangement* are makiug ample preparation* for the recep tion and entertainment of gueat*. Every organisation in Wa*hington Terri tory i» cordially invited to participate with n» In the excrciaea of the day. Programme*. railroad and ateamboat rate* will be !*aned in a few dar*. Half rate fare* on N. P. R. R. from Spo kane Fali* and all point* weat For further particular* apply to C. H. HANFORD. Raq . chairman Committee. PAUL D'HEIBRY, Secretary Committee, jrt l*#ek BOX iAI. 177«. GRAND FOURTH OF JULY CKLRBHATION AT Spokane Falls, W. T. Grand aerial di*play of flrrwork*, mon tn*rt«Hoou aarenofoß, thrilling and dan tiirtit n»pe prrformutt of l*n»f I* Roy. tbe man fly. wbo trill walk a ropr •impended irnm* tbe fall* MO fe**t bifb. ORDER Or EZEKCDO. ".HO a. TO.. *aJute of 100 run*. n :*i a. » . of Horrible* 900 a. m . parade of National Ottard, <i. A R . and N( rrt wrjrttm 1000 a m . OratkMS by Ifott. J Z. Moore, after a hicb will follow wmw. foot rat•«**. blevelr rarr*. and an anrl«*t tonrnainen! with lsum for point* at su*|*'iided PRIZES. The following prise* are trffrrvA Bli-jrelf Hw" •flint pnae #lO Tuanuinrut- Pint prize 9U>. *eeot>d |lO. third *5 Boy*'Raif. (niider 1*» year*) "«0 yards— Fir*t"|*. nend U. *HrW Kaee. tender IS year*) ,'to yards— Plmt ffi, nwond $4. Free f«w All fore. 100 yard#~Fir*t 12% aeond SIA. Aft«»r!he eamea and rar*«« all will adyotirn to the Fair Kfoawb f»»r the afU-ranM. where a One programme of races will be primmed EVE*IMG EXERCISES. Torehligfc? pvocaaskai in eoaftuae. KWant pjrralfcbsk display. awtsslos. The day's feattritks to fin* with a GRAND FREE DANCE AT THE KIMK. The fowaatfte* of arrangement* stt ntmnm that they ha**- mad- HALF FARE RATES Frtm Ail Point* to Spokane Falls l>n the line of the railroad All wirtb'f ine town* are lnvtt«"d l*» *end of eftisen*. wh#» will tw eonrt«»«>u*ly tre*J»*d *nd finrs a grand dav of pW-a**ir»- UK. J. 15. PILkIMTM. c*vmt*>s VM» AI. and. will be ar the ♦ *-«u*entai tMsl, >l»sHI». all day Ivtr+tin* and Wodm-wiay. Jtiae ivtb SStf Stb All wftwrs fr*»m *ye, ear. in of. utrxuim nr r br-njtf vriil ne- ffres ex aciiuat' «: fm? by ap|W;i»2 ewrty <.n t turn day* Over W '-a**a of ieetal (Hwsit, tarti a* pGea. fisatireau ft«tnia* and re*iaz uleei* in Mart Usfrty « ■ • •en «iH km or Mgiiam, Ximefn** Ktr * crantii; < ftfra IT'ld*if nam Jmb ad Stand &, Motler** Bnllding. OILMAN PARK, OILMAN PAKE, OILMAN PART SIOO to lit. sioa SIOO Per Ut. 1100 SIOO Per lit. slOl Half Cash, Fourth, 6 months. Balance, 1 year. UNPM m Tiit Cheapest .and Best PROPERTY KVgft OFTKRKD IN SEATTLE Thi* property U oir The North Side or SALMON BAY, And on the line of rtJlroMi now being built by the Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern By. Trains Every Hour! S7OOO bridge now being built across Salmon Baj. Plat completed, and can now be seen at my office. C. H. KITTINGER James and Second St*. Seattle, W. T.