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FOR SHADE TREES.
«cl UTKBW TAilff IS Tit IBM i«t*on»nov geared? • l>°* M tbaC Aetaal Plant w|ll C«amrar« on tk> First rfSMt *<wtli-*lier* the PaMie g,, Sakacrlb*— LUt of Cmmtri- i feator* *• ,he •Hit interest in the Arbor a««o< iirtion hw already bteoma *o general that w bo h»i* already *ub«*rrlbed, god (hose "ho intend to subscribe, interested to know how far the fcdie« have progre-xed in their ander |tk;n/ At their I** l meeting * committee Wl , appointed to find the cost of dif ferent kind* of shade tree*, and the ynrf. of tree* which will pro* best. committee will report at the aieetir.tr of the »s«oei*tion this week. .» which meeting » general plan of work will 1* laid out and the park -mimissioner* *® rt !£! wt b*c*c to tl»e eoanril. and «ill tind out how ■Mb as-i-tancc that bodv can fire. . iK» preliminary* will all he ar- ! —art.. Hi that the actual planting of j will begin in earnest bv Octo-1 jjcr 1. wbi'-h i* the time to plant to the be>t advantage. Tbe todies fake * n»o*t earnest ap- I|JJ •utw< riptioti', arid tbe extent I Stheir *«"' will only be limited by theerteft t* their means. Thev will 1 -jirsntee that th» trees will be prop trlt Selected and carefully net out,' and it i" their boj<- that this autumn ; will see 8t 3 tbou«and tnwa set oat With thc-e to -tart with, they ! will fee' that their efforts have not! been in vain, ami that the enterprise \, g#eces*f'ii'y started will by its own : I fjrtoe* be bound to «ue<-eed. No one who baa lived among trees throb* and (lower- can fail to see what a crying need this is in Seattle. • One becomes as fond of trees as of people and looks on them as friends. ' When the 'Old Kim" on the 80-ton _ collision wa- blown down in the } lemher gale some IS year- ago its death wa* considered a public loss, jtt»t as the death of a public man would have been, who belonged to and W0 * loved by the people, by a kind i ■revision of nature a little oapling •prune up from the root of the de-1 stroyed tree and l»id» fair to keep up the oid inheritance. When the I'ail dock elm* in 110-ton, most respected of old iMßarchx, were <ut down in onier to widen a street, a most petty . exc»«efor such a crime, a howl of in-, dig nation went up all over town. \Vhoever ha« driven under trees' whose branches meet overhead, who ever ha- Itf-eu through the beautie- of OnUal park, whoever ha* l*en in mi»t of our !»r«c cities, the useful- [ n< of the little public soU****i ®" ei ' with tree*, little oa-v-f in the de-crt, &n<l whoever lias walked or, jiriyen about some of the parched, lunhurned, neglected looking street -' of Seattle, that man woman or child, I even If a stranger and only Interested in the cau-e in general, cannot fail to net ihe good of this cau-e, and can do k -s than give gladly whatever he or -lie I* BUII'. The jfliaiie-t suij--Hptions, no mat ter how small, are the ones that are wanted the most, for they show how general the interest is, and those sub scriptions arc always the best kind t" lean upon. there are very few people who can not >parc 2ft rents, and yet if every Isniv in Seattle would glv: thi* sum, the fonde-t dreams of the Ar'oor A-~>- ciation would be realized. Too nilicli cannot be subscribed. It will lie ci.-iir (ippfi. iated how dif ficult a tank it 1« for the eonunitte» on rai-ing funds to see < verybody and to facilitate the collection of tn< fund', -übscription papers will Is ready on Monday the loth, at A. 1> Stewart's drugstore, taw man ,t Han ford's stationary store and Karnes'' drug store in North Seattle. The com mittee particularly urge the |ieople not j to wait to be asked for their xnb-enp- j tioH, but to subscribe voluntarily at ; the above mentioned store- Much time and labor will be saved tbe com-; mittee if tbe money i* paid at :he time the sutmcription i- made. The I'usr- I NTr.i i.IOEMIH will publish every Sun- J day the list of subscribers and the to tal amountaubwrlbeil. In order to, work to tbe t>e-t advantage the com mittee ought to know by September 2>th what amout of money they will I have to work with. To those who will I not «ul>*crlbe while the cow* are al-' lowed to roam about the street#- a; cu.-tom only in vogue in country vil-1 lage- it caii Is" *aid that the cow ordi nance would have lieen passed lu*t Friday, only the dralt of the ordi nance wa* not completed. Tbe pa*-1 sage of this ordinance i* pronii*ed ■ surely at the next council meeting The total amount subscribed to date ■ is a little more than S4OO. Following j L*tbeli*tof contributor* to the fund: t Leigh P.l (lent. M.A.Kelly, Charles It Kllteiuti r.TTeeu & ItHymond, Tbkla- ,t biogennan.)'. I*avle». K. It tloaniian, S. C A Son, K. 1' Kerry, 1.. S ll.«>ih, Jul! m P. ttoyt. < «rr A Preston, HelliUk'ham H*v t'o . A T. Hnwniau, gteweart A llolim -w .|i Woo«l, tiriur Co , firaliam A tiaultou, ti. \ Weed, J II HniK'li'rff. J l>. liOwinan, A. W I'lper. lisle* A Wrinht, A H. Harwell. Chester( lear\. It. II Itearlmrti. J. ». Metcalfe. (*. r WhlMteseyACo . Anderson.Bertraod Al*ere> W. K<»ehi'*ier. Co . K Petkovtti. CharlesT. beden. i.allawav A Soo. B.C. Miles, lieo Keteh. Ow.W. Ilarri*. C, lta*ael. H. A Harrington. Iter* 1* lianlel*. K. A Hell John Arltiur, t». It. Hetlbrou, T N *«HHj*}a»etl. Ftif n Smith, K M Katne*. W || Martiu. A. 1- I'atmer. Hall A Paulson. c c i alkins. Wish Irtin Work*. K Aberneth*. ti w Lynch Mr- K c Neulelder. BAIM.K l*H»>r>R\Tii N Captain E<l* wan) of the Heat tie police force, nut with a genuine unrprinf last rven inc At s o'clock, when the otticers met at the police headquarters, Mr J. C. Humes was present, and just a« Hriggs nlniut to leave the tooia,Col. him hark ami, after a hVmiuute's speech. such as only Mr Haine« .an make, he pre sented Captain Wrings with a l*»autiful fold bailee, which nad l»cen gotten up for him by the member* of the police force. The wa«« in the shape of a *tar surrounded by a «ir« le hearing the inscription "Captain of Police." and surmounted by an eagle grasping a wreath. Captain UrijTg* was tlftor* (Highly surprised. ami could not lint! words to expre*> his thank*. PH' IATR. Coi KT Kd. Thompson, who ha* been in the county jail for two month* < barged with assault with intent to kill, wis brought before Judge Rochester yesterday for exam ination a« to his sanity. The matter wa* taken under advisement, but there is no doubt that the man is suf fering (torn mental aberration. !*l IT ox a >ioir. i omplaintj VM filed with the clerk of the district court ye-i«rd*y. hv A. K. llttiM •gainst Win. M Morse for the pay ment of a note for J<»si 'a * th inter est thereon from the 7th i!ay of Sept until paid, :ii l |>er "cent per month, together with rti«« Snuv I.mt is. |*pi\U*rt '' Shaw was charged with selling liquor to Indians liefore Justice Soder herp yesterday The evidence being rather weak, the justice fined the de •endaht f■_ *>. and allowed him ten da>« m which to pay the sum. Ix><i*rs>H«Tit s Article- of incor poration of the Moss Bay Iron and bleel Com|ksny wen- filed with the county auditor yesterday. The in- T are I'efer Kirk. Walter W "illiaiu-. I«igh S. 3. Hunt. Jatol, A A IVnnv Kurtb and H A Noble. The capiUl •jock is divided info wVik* l wares of )lOlXi each, and the limit of t'u' '.-lem-e of the company is "«t years. Thecom|<an\ - business will be under the management of ti mlatj until llecemher !*■*< The Me**r». Kiri. M inim*. inK enn Xl If ? W ®* Farth MwlJwt l»tter of Honth Port. r.n*lan<). Sabmoaent to the date mentione.J the number of trustee, may be reduced to three. The chief "> m P»nr *'ll „ ) The «ra«j*ny projxwe*. «»nente«l m the article*. to construct rolhnjr will*. Ma«t furnace*. etc., for the working of iron ore taken from the «.a.«cade mounta n« Oftver. < • the company are: President. Peter Kirk , Tifc preei.ient. I,eish S.J. Hunt: \?*TJ r r H. A. NoNc; tecreterv. W «. Willi»ro«. A* ESTIMATE OF AIXZS. Joift Jttobi Eegasit Him at the StrongMt MA- ia UU Party Jndge Orange Jacob- expre-«ed him self to a J'(»*T-IsTKLtjoMcr.is reporter yesterday as much interested in the position that the paper had given him in referent »* to the political com Una tions of ill in count v. 'T have been. am now. and ail the time, a believer in the fart that it would be better for the Republican party to nominate n delegate for con gre»* either John It. Alien or Mr. I'Hnbor. I have had. most emphat ically, nothintr to do with sprinting the names of J. T. Humes for that [<osilion aril. moreover, have not troubled myself at all in taking an active part in the politic, of King county thus far." I "I am certain of one thinp. said . the judge with a determined ring in htt voice, "that ! will v-.te the K-p»b --j lican ticket from ilelegite down. John i It. Allen is my brst choice for delegate ( rao-t undoubtedly; Mr. I'unhar is mv t second. 1 think Mr. Alien will he j nominated, and, if nominated, elected, t He is a very able man and a very forc j ib'e «j«aker. He has the rare ability [of .stating a proposition clearlv anil , sustaining bis argument with plauti | We, cogent reasoning. He po»-es«es | considerable t«rsuasive power and has j no Sweetened wind' in bis sr*>e<-h, as , there is both aubstMc* and point to | all that Allen *ays. If unaided, he i would manage a campaign without any mistakes, as he knows the rx-ople and their wants. If elected, I have no doubt he would diligentlv, carefully and ably represent ami defend all the right- and interests of the people «f this territory. He has gTeat rapacity for work and knows how to work so as to accompli-h the greatest results in the shortest time. lie is in every wav a clean, honorable and capable mail. "Why do 1 make John B Allen my tirat choice? dimply because I <tm- Hder him the aMest man and the one liest known to the people. As a rule, all those who will be on Allen's side know where they stand, the »| iantitv for him is fixed and if he i- not nomi nated on the first or second ballot he will b« defeated. I l*lieve the Kir.u-■ county element for Humes will, in the end, split Into sections for Alien and I»ur v, ar." OFFICERS'ELECTED The Seattle Title Insurance and Trust Co. R- ady to do Business A meeting of the trn-tee- of the Se attle Title, Insurance and Trust Com . pftny was held in the office of Piker, Moore Si Co. yesterday, for the pur l*jse of electing olli<«r- Following is the .list elected: President. C. H. Hanford; vice-president. Watson C. I Squire; secretary and treasurer, 11. F. Baker; -enlorcounsel,;', rl llnnford; assistant Counsel, Harold Preston: ' »uV)«ory Wiard composed from c>m i hers of the legal profes-iou., fcceeidißg to the by-laws of the coTopany. < H. ; llanford, R. S, tireene, Thomas 1 Burke, ], P. llovt and 11. Struve. (Jn motion o( Mr. Colman. an in . stallmcnt of in rn:r cent, on each -bare ■ Of stock Was called. The motion was i carried and the installment ordered. It was also ordered that certificates of stock lie issued to the subscribers i on payment of the 10 per cent, install ment. BREVITIES. t 1 , : Don't foraet Dr. York's lecture at the Opera House to-night on the naked . :truth. liishop Nin«lc will preach at the first M K. chm* h. at II oVlork ibi* morning. Mm. L. 11. SMiutli ha.** WHIP vrry tine painting on exhibition in tiraliani A PaaltonN art window. The tirxt invoice of iron for the Front street cable road Imw been *hipi*ni from JSan Fram isco. Mr l,avcock has commenoetl the construction of a neat x'ven-rooin lake houM- on his property in the IHftiny park ailtiition. A marriage license vu issued by Auditor Wood yenlenlay for I-eander l>urns of Sealieck, W. T., an«l Mi*.s Agnes Cousin of thi< city. The lirst train of cam will cros* the new brklfre at Snohomish City to-day, the tra« k laying oti the bridge having been con»plete<l ye-terday. The >teamer Hay ward ha* been hauloi out ut Tacoma t*» undergo a general overhauling Mie will not go on the route acain lor tome week". The Kang oi sweepers engaged on Commercial and Front street* yester day, addeil a most the general apftearnnce of the city by their exertions. Declarations i»f citixenship intention were made by the followittg yesterday i*. H. Mold re,c Johnson and John Larson, subject* of 0-»car 11. of Nor way und Swtnlen; Pavid Alexander and Fred W Hoyt, subjects of Queen Victoria "SUMC." who recently advertised in the Tofcr IxTF.i.i iors' fk for a husband, reports that -he received thirty-seven replies in less than a week. The answem were of all kinds and from all classes of men. but she think" she will accomplish the purpose for which she advertised. Citizens along the south en*) of Com mercial street complain that the gutter along the side walk ha* become clogyed. ami need* cleaning out. It is tilled to overflowing with filthy water covered with a green scum. A man and a shore! could remedy this evil in about two hour* time. Among the n* ent arrival* in Seattle i< l»r. S. J Holmes, a former lecturer in Rush medical college of Chicago, and practictioncr of some years stand ing in that city, who hasde* i.led to re main among us and practice his pro fession in this «it v. No doubt he will be plea «cd with the change and pr*»ve a valuable addition to the here Ousrarcrtso A SrKriT I N Hige low, contractor, was charged by Chief of Police Mitchell yesterday with ob structing Mill street by placing in front of the new Verier building The ca>e was bean! Wore Justice Jones Mr Hifelow considered that he wa> entitled to the use of that t*>r tion of the street, while repairs and other improvement* were l*eine made m the building, and signified his in tention to engage counsel. The case was continued for hearing until Mon dav afternoon. Kirr Bi»\ Pato«- BII.L* The <ty treasurer was busy yesterday (>aying the monthly salaries of tho-e engaged in the city offices and in attending to the bills ordered paid by (he council at it- last -ession Mr Parker in formed a reporter that he will more into the quarter* of the < hset of police Wednesiiav next. 'Blending to *i*e up tiandUu* certain Une« of plamw and oncsn* ui<t wuhin* to cowteusr car *n»ck la that liue. we offer our caUrv ttis k of ptan»»« au*J octant at an Imiattw rssturtHui iu price,either for twwb or liMtaUmean -I'tlv.e purehaaers • ill <i» Wii: to iwi! aiM ruaiiK our Hock. * llltsl*. Tnltr Learr fekw*. Float ttreet. Sew corset* t'iear* Table Uoens. lieary l.aee enrtai u m-'s. t ears' ft -Heavy wUlte »p,-ew<Ss < ear* THE SEATTLE POST - INTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1886. LOCAL MISCELLANY. A LOT TO U MTD IN A UHUtI n nan u ma °** •* '** Teeema Birfltn Tell* Al»»« » Inllli Mmm btUa, n Bl * *"*'• Hawr-i Dtrnml I>i*rlo*«« Party iwnto otktr Sotct. Mr. H. L. Ye*ler. th< weil-known pioneer rilizcn. h*« it in mind to do- ; n*t* for tfc<- (.arpoM> of founding a j library, tlt» tnanjfuiar lot opposite the court hott-*. bounded by Third. Jeffer son and Mill »«r*et" The ladie- <hV h»*e been artire in the matter of the 1 library hare not yet received a posi tive promise from Mr. Yesier hat they hare every reason to expect it. The Property U ios» half the «i*e of a flrattt loot lot and i« worth a hoot or *»>. Mr. Ye-ier has alw ays \ intended to give it to the city for a 1 fountain but ha* about concluded, ami we think wisely, to donate it to the better u*e» of a lilirjrv. At s meeting of the ladles interested in the movement, held vester.isy afternoon, it was decided to 'invite the co-operation of a committee of pentle nien an<l Messrs John Hovt, J. K .rth. Alfred Holu-.an. J. C. Haines. J. J». . Uvnun and O. Morris iUiler were designated as such committee. BASKING OH HIS WIFE'S MOHEY Interesting Story Brought Out by tke Capture ef the Chicago BargUri. Henry Myers, the burglar, explained to Mr. Woolery on their way to Taco rn a the meaning of the telegram be had prepared just previous to his ar re-t, but which had not been sent. The dispatch was as follows: Sept. 7.MM. To E<l. t»ol"lt«ch. care of smith, ihe hat ter, Kansas city. Missouri The old man is here in business. Teleeraph Instruc tions. HENRV it YE*S. Seattle, W. T. "Now," .said Myers, "almost the first man I met when I reached .Seattle was old man fJoldtz-ch. who keeps a little fruit stand on Second street near Cherry. I was a little hard pressed for money, and struck him for a hun dred. Iba l no idea he would refu-e me under the circumstances, but when he did I liecame very angrv, anil wrote that message to his son Kd., but before sending it, I concluded to see the old man again, but I did not have time, as you officers swooped down on us too soon. Now, in regard to that old man <io!dt *-_ch. He lived in Chicago for years with his wife. He spent his money, but she. by prudence and economy, practiced all the years she -laved for him, saved up f51«0. The old man found out where -h»kept it, and one line morning he lit out with the whole works. The old lady nearly went crazy over her loss. A reward of Jo"f» was offered for the old man, but he ha« never been heard of, and 1 was al- • most stunned when I met him !ac« to' face on me streets of Seattle, and learned that he was advertising money to loan. His son Ed works for Smith, the hatter, in Kansas City, and when the old fellow refu-ed to stake me to a hundred dollars, I thought 1 would give him away.'' \\ hen Mr. \\ ooles* returned from I aroma, wlif* be turned the four burglars over to the jiolice. he called oid man Uoldtzsch and told him w hat Myers had raid about him. The Oid man sfieak* broken Kngbsh. and replied : "Oh. dots all right; dot Myer he is a fool. Of course my wife pelohgs to me, and vot she h;t- mil her stock ing and mit her trunks pelottgs to me too. I got tired of Chicago, und so I comes vest nut Horace Greeley to grow up mit the countries, l i' any tif i your friends vants to Ixirrow -ome money on goot securities, yust sent them around mit me. lam a panker. now." WHY RONALD DECLINED A Democrat Gives Some Iniide Viewi A How Among Sub-Bosses. A gentleman who is well acquainted ■ with the inward throes of the Demo cratic party of the county at this especial time, was buttonholed by a PosT-lßTn.iic.EM KB reporter yester day. • Why, sir, the party is so weakened by disunion and brickering that no one can exactly say w hat is going to transpire within the next 24 hours," said the gentleman with a prolonged sigh. "To satisfy ones self of the dissen sion prevailing among the more promi nent members of the party in this county, one lias only to reflect on the action of Rochester and others w heti !,. It. Andrews was proposed to suc ceed Chief Justice Jones. It may not l>e generally known, but it is a fac nevertheles-, that a protest signed by Rochester and bin following was for warded to Washington against the ap pointment of Andrews Whether this had anything to do in influencing the president in his choice of another i not known, but, in itself.it was suf ficient to show him that the Demo crats of this county could only be satisfied with an outside maw." "Whatof Ronald's per-i-lent refu-al to accept any of the offices within the gift of hispartv?" was queried. "Well, that has puxxled you news paper folks for some time." was the reply, "but none of you have got to the bottom of the matter yet. Now look here, young man. 1 know what 1 am saying, and 1 have it from the highe-t sources, that J. T. Ronald had no other objection to lit- rcnomination for prosecuting attorney than this: He does not want to l>e on the prose cution during the trial of George 1» Hill at the nrxt term of the district court. You see he has gained consider able prominence by hi- successful con duct of the case up to its present -tage. but Hill will Is' trie I on criminal charges during the ensuing »ci«ion. and Ronald, seeing no chance of car rying the c.i-e to a successful issue, and having an eve on bis js.s-ible fu t ire nomination for delegate to con f-re-- has no de- re l > antaironixe the manv friends of Mr. Hiil here nor the inclination to risk the reputation al ready earned in the case. This is the true cause of his pcr-i-tent refu-al to accept the nomination, and Mr. Ron : aid knows it." To IN'TU.L KNI'.HT* TKIFI VB*. — The grand comniandery of Kniahts Trmp'ar- of the < omnionw e.ilth "f Washington will assemble ;it Ellen<- birgh on Monday evening for the pur pose of instituting nin] installing the t>rb.-er< of Temple romnutdery No. S. There will p> from Seattle Judge A I Calmer, grand commander Her. John K I>ano'ii. grand prelate, <i V Alex ander. eminent commander of Seattle r >nimanilerv : H K Phillips. c aptai a i.-enera! M»i W V Kinehart -en.or w arien Hillory Kutler. T 1' t'ver and ~tr Knight- Ander—*ii. M -..ntion anil others. Tur LI'.HTHOI SB Mxrrat M The >. tiooner Allie 1 Algar came into port \ e-ferlav afternoon for a wond load of material for the Destruction inland lighiho i-e. -he having been ehsrtered l \ Me»r« M J.an i Steven < arkeek for six round trip- She had g*w»l i stwve-s in landing her fir«t < argo of ; brick and lumi*r on the south end of ; the idand. and will di-. harce the sec i ond cargo at the same plate. KWISTI*'. Pouc* Ornccxa.— E. R ' S*xon and K t'lsen were hro.iiht lie fore J ustu-e Jones yesterday morning charged with resisting an oTti.er The defendant- were arrv-te-l Vrnlav night for • reatinc a disturbance on the cor ner of Main and Th:nl -treet- ven men were engages! in the nie'ee o! whotu four were arre-tevi the two mentionesl requiring -trenuous efforts vn the part of Officer* Jone-. br-cv arui M >rr.s to convey them to the city r <»il The justice fined tbern s•»> each, .thinking it better for the city - inter e-»t- to Jo so than to commit thera for ® day*. Tfce lines were paid and the defendant- discharged. I W'KJ - Mes-rs B. J. • arson and Joaeph FHton are siarting a new and very promising industry |in .Seattle. It is the Waahington stone- S ware and pipe work*, located on Mad , ison street and Railroad allev. They will manufacture, by the latest ap - proved processes all kinds of hydraulic j cement pipes, drain tile, and in fact all i goods in their line. The promoters .of this enterprise are gentlemen of ; ability, skill, energy, and ba*ine*t* : tact Their wares w3l be of surperior quality, and no doubt will find readv ; -ale. JOHH Res* rtnis vt. Hot Foully Dealt With. Bat Having a Good Time in Seattle. i The man John Rosa of Frankiin. wh# was reported to have my«terioo*ly disappeared about As gust 1T» and who was supposed to have been foully dealt with turned up in Seattle some 10days ago. Ross's hat was fotxnd on the railroad •rack, midway between Franklin and Hlack Diamond, while portions of bis other garments were found strewn over the country. The incident cre ated considerable sensation among his friends in Franklin, who organized search partie- to discover some clue to his whereabout- Their efforts were fruitless, and it was with much indig nation that they learned of hi* pres ence in .Seattle where he was enjoying himself by having a "good time.' I Since it at>peared in the columns of this j'Sjier that Franklin had lieen the scene of what, at the time, looked like foul pl iy, the people are anxious to have the true state of affairs given, should Ross again disappear in that region, he can rest assured of one thing: No more search parties will I* organized in his behalf. PERSONAL ASD SOCIAL Mr. O. E. Williams and wife of Col fax are in the eitv.. Mr. R. D. Attridge and son of Port Ludlow are in the city. Mr. John C. It rice and Mr. A. J. Comstock of Portland are in the city. Mr. aud Mrs. Bailey Gatzert will re turn from their visit to Banff by the Premier Tuesday. Mr. Eugene L. Kohlberg, of M. P. Kohlberg A Co., of San Francisco, is at the Occidental. Mr. and Mr-. C. P. Stone leave Seat tle this morning for an extended trip through the East. Hon lohn R. Thompson of Van couver returned yesterday from a four month's visit K.i-t. Mrs. A. MacPherson returned to the city yesterday from White Valley, where she wa- visiting. Mr. C. T. Conover, city editor of the PO»T-ISTEI.II(SESC*»," i- conva lescent. and expects to resume duties to-morrow. Mr. D. lx;ubrie. staff curre-j ondent of the Chii ago Inlrr-Ocenn. arrived in the city la«t night and will remain -everal days. Mc--r-. Geo. H. Emerson and Ei wani Campbell of Hoquiam. Chehalis county, delegates to the Republican territorial convention, are at the Occi dental. Mr. G, V. P. Lancing, representing the American Oil Co., of ban Fran cisco. arrived in Seattle yesterday. He comes tv establish a branch house in Seattle. Major W. A Jones, !". S. A., who spent several days in Seattle, left for Portland ye.-terday. He hasgiven tip bis furlough and will immediately re port for duty. Mrs. Ellis Roberts and child, Mrs. Cvrus Evans and three children and Miss Sarah Evans, all of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at Franklin on Friday evening to reside. Dr. King and family, and Mrs. R. M. Crawford and her si-ter. Miss Mc- Arthur, are -(lending a few days camping on the l<each a. Alki point. Thev will return Monday. Mrs. George A. Kellogg, accom panied by her daughter. Miss Hattie, fe t Monday via the Canadian Pacific railroad to visit friends in Ohio, and will -pend the winter in traveling through the East. It is an open secret that Mr. William ( offman, who left bv the Mexico for California, goes to the Golden state to wed a si-ter of Mr-. Austin A. l!eU, who resides with her parents at Yaca ville. where the wedding will take place. Mr. D. R. Ingram, who for several years has lieen an alderman at Kansa- City, ai rived on the Sound -ome weeks ago accompanied by his family with she intention of settling down in the territory After looking over the var io is |nunls on the Sound they finally decided to locate in Seattle. LIN.L-TEKUELI. SrrTIAl-S. A happy group was that found in the parlor of Rev. John F. Damon, !»10 Fifth -treet, on the evening of Sep tember K wlicn Revilo » Hull ami Miss Mav Terrell were joined in mar riage. There were present, in addi tion to the officiating clergyman 's fam ily. the mother of the bride, ihe bride groom's best man. Mr. Thaddefts Worford and the bridesmaid. Mi-s Frances Dorley and Miss Alice Allen. M iLOOlsTs' rt< Bp . Yesterday morning a merry party of university students took passage on the Mountaineer for Rocky Point. Most of them were memkr« of the biology cla-s. hunting for specimens. They were a--i-ted by l'rof O. B. Johnson. This partv returned in the evening, well pleased with their day's work. Those present be-ides l'rof. John-on were Misses Maud Nims, Nellie Miller. Maiul Parker, Edith Titus, Maud Ward. I.otii-e Monroe, Mvrta Bagley, DeLara Scott. Ruth G.'itch, Adella Parker. Edith Black man, Messrs. C. C. Ward. A. B. Cole, .1. V Kellogg. E. T. Welton. William Morri Ed. Drew. Mr McGinnis, Mr. and otto Collins. AMCSEMEHTS. FHvr'« Orra\ Hoi sr..—The next at traction w ill foe the ot<l favorites Jo seph 1!. Uriamer anil l>aries in their new p!av. " The World Against Her " Tbev play Friday and Satur day. Sept. 21-t and 2".'< l. A Portland taper »av * of the performam-e there la«t week "It is doubtful if Miss Davie- will ever timl a part to « iit her tietter than that of Madge » irieura in this play In her stronger -cene« she trottw" tlx audience to a degree of enthusiasm seldom wen. Mr Gris mer also seeme*l to throw greater in tensity into his part, and received many words of praise for hi* tine work, while Mr St.»'»well and pretty little Fannie Bowman got their usual enthusiastic reception. ' SrtLi Ev.tpf* THK P-LK E. —C. F. Km), manager of the employment agenry of ( urie A Co.. still evades the vigilance of the police who hold two warrants for his arrest. There are •tattling report* lonneited with this iase. in wnich it i- staled that Keed defies the prosecuting attorney to pre*- matter-atain-thim.no matter what hi# offense. It remains to be -een whether the liravado of this swindler of working men will extricate himself front the meshes of the net into which . he has deliberately entered. lOe— Baihrte. 3S- och. < lean New staadani tab'ie cover* i besttr ' J ear? ______ Sew drew (mhli, Ea#tcm ea»h pnee*. t'iearj Wiser. Baby wa« sick. We rave her Cmtori*. WHer. she wa« a Chifcl. Site cried for Castona. When the becaate X.SV chir-s to Caateria. Wbes «fcc had OuUm. She pte Utetu taeturt* Northern Pacific—Pasted Heron: J. W. Boyre, F. L. Collins. E. B. Treent len. I>. G. Cooper. J. C. Stewart. Miss A g. Jargenson. M. O. West, W. T Sturdv. for Portland. Alice McLane C. X Breed. C. F. finnur. H. F. Ham roond, H. H. Wood, wife and familv. !• B. Hiil. Amos Adams, Mrs. X <rainesworth. C. W Grigpi. Mis* McMateurgly, for Tacoma. Oregon Short Line— Passed Hsnt ington: J. H. Phiilips and wife. P. E. Thompson, A. I!. Backson. F. V Lit tle. N. M. Stebbins. Mr« Maegw Han non. F. E. Dovle, W. W. Walters. J Dennis. Miss Bailey. Mrs. F. Rogers. Alice Ihinlap. g. Stevenward. and 1W secood-class. Oregon A California— foed: Mrs. 8. Goldsmith. Miss <3. Goldsmith. E. Goldsmith. Miss f Cohen, H. A. Christie. Dr. J. M Jor dan and wife. James G. McMabon. K. I-iiribee. F. W. Jackson. F. Currier. H. N. Webber. Miss Carrie Rees;. O. F. Harding. Tom Brown, W. E. Jones Mrs i). >J. Pollock. R. Sanck, W M. Harrington. Luke lWsi.i«n. E. Picasso and 31 second -cias- CHI BCH NOTICES. Jackson-Street Mission—Rev Dr. price will pre ah at i j>. to. First German Keformed Chnaeh, seventh street, near Pine. Rey. O. (iraede!. pastor— servii-es every Sunday a: 11 o'ehtrk a. as. and ":3P p m. Theme of the morniasr djs ewirse: "Why the People Wet* That sntht." Sua.lay school « 10 o'clock, a. in. rmans are cordially invited. .Scandinavian P.apti<t Chnreh, Konrth Street, between l*ine and OHve. Key. K. Nelarja. past, r—Preachtiu; at IX a m and S p. la. Yoosx people's raeeisnz at T p. ra. Prayer BI eeticir eveiv Ihvrsdav at* p. ra. tjospel meetings at t'r.ion" Hal!, -ouln feeeyind strt-er, every M:II.1«V after noon at 4:30 o'clock. All Scandinavians are cordially iuvitcl. Plymouth Congregational Street, betwwn spriue and —rusa Rev. Henry L lutes, pastor—Prearhia* at 11 a. m. and at 7 .1} p. m. Sunday school at IJ .S) Young people s meeting at CJSO p. m. rrayer meetias Thursday at 7:3) p. m. s*rangeni cordially welcome 1 hapel of the Go>d Shepherd Mission, Second and P.lanchard .—Sunday school, 2-W p. HE Guy L. Wsllis, Sujsriin tendent Grace Hospital. Thirteenth street, near Madison—Prayers at 4 p. m Bethel services at Cnlou Hall, W c. T. V. —Sunday gehool 10 a. ra: pn-ai Uins :: and S p m.: Wednesday. *p. irv Blue Kihtx.n clab Friday at Bn. in. Public cordially in > Ited. Thomas Rees, chaplain American Seamen's Friend Society. Fr* • Methodist Church. Pine street, be tween Ninth aud Tenth—Preachius al 11 a ai. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:15 a m. Prayer service Wednesday ui^rhts. Christian Church, Seueva street, between Third and Fourth— Pn-achins at 11 am. and 7 p. ra. Sunday School at 10 a m. Youne people's meetfug at 6p. m. Prayer ] meeting at 7 :W p. m. Thursday. t>erman Methodist Episcopal Church.Rev If. Hausen and Rev. J. Breur, pastor*—Ser vices at the Swedish Methodist Church, on Fifth street, between Pike and Pine—Sun day School at 2 p. m. Preaehiug every Sunday at 3 p. m. r-eandinavian Methodist Episcopal Church, Fifth street, between Pike and Pine. Rev. O. E. Olauder, pastor— Divine services every Sunday at n a. ni and : :*) P in All Scandinavians are cordially in vited. — Spiritualis-ii—Mrs. M. 1,. Spauldim; will answer questions UJKIU Spiritual phy Sunday, at 11 a. m„ in Hall, on Front street. All are welcome. Dr. J. 1.. York, the humorous and mag netic orator, will speak at Frye's Opera House this (Sunday) evening, at H sharp on "The Naked Truth." All cordially in vited. Come early to secure seats., - New Cretonnes. Cleary. se—Fancy ribbons. Cleary. Broadcloths. Cleary. Square to a out. Cleary. 50c— ladies' muslin drawers, handsome ly trimmed. Chester Cleary. NEW AUVF.KTISEHESTS. Grand Concert! GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION! BALL! TURNERS HALL, Saturday Evening. Sept. 15. 'BB. Admission, ... 50 Cents Members, - - - 25 Cents Latiiw* in compsuy of trontlemta free. Music by Wolfs Orchestra. A Pr«flaai»ti#D by the foivcrnor. t SITED STATES OF AMERICA, j TERRITORY OF WASHIHGTON. \ T«» the Andlton of the >JifTercnt Counties of Washington Territory: You are hereby informed that st the Gen eral Election which i« re«|mrt«d bv law to U- held in all the Election Precincts of Washington Territory, on the Tuesday next following the first Monday of Sovetnher, lv«, in addition to district, legislative, county and precinct officers, there niti>t he elected one Delegate to represent the Terr itory in the Congre*« of the I'nited states, one Briga<lier-Geueral. and one Adjutant General with the rank of Brigadier Gen eral. of the militia, all by the Territory at large. In witness whereof I have hereunto set mv hand aud caused the great seal of the Territory b» affixed at Olympia, this 2>th day of Ausnst, ISHH, and in the one hun dred and thirteenth year of the Independ ence of the failed States of America. EUGENE SESIPLE, Governor. By the Goreriior N 11. OWIRCS, Secretary of the Territory. Other ;tapers please copy and send bill to territorial auditor. WANTED AT ONCE 130 MEN". WOMEN A>"D CHILDREN' TO PICK HOPS, At ray PUot, one mile fmm lU*< k River Nation. Shelter and irood f»»d pro* ided at f2.50 per week. Good wages jruaranteed. Persons eat f«*r full partirolar* at street, opposite Arlington. No fr*t charged. JOHN FOUNTAIN. Seattle PWtofflre NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE MATTER OF THE IST ATE OF M ;ob«ei MDouaid. de.-eaw-d Any and all peraous harin* any < i»!m sc».ii>t Uk estate o( Michael McDonald. ,1.-. eased, are hereby reqairv.l to vrrwat mth claim with the necessary voncbera to the under»i*n<-d at his office in the Ye» ler-Leary bnildine. earner oi Mi l and Eroni streets. -.-attic. King county, within one Tear from the date of this notice. Dated A'ljIUS? 3D. WW. U«>ISCt& Boom. Enecutor of the last will aad testament ot hai l McDonald, deceased. dw o. C. SHOSET * CO, DMiiTiIUH. root of Colombia at-. Seattle. NOTICE. /AN AKD AFTER THIS PATE I WII-L \ f cot be icqouiUt for any debts con traced by »y wife >Apr wM Seattle. A«t ». l*w mmm TOKLAS, SIBERIAN & CO. We are now receiving and marking our entire Hill pur chases. We are too busy to write advertisements or make any attempt to make detailed prices of our gigantic fall stock. The arrivals of freight every day for the above house exceed ten times the amount of all the rest of the retail dry goods and clothing houses in Seattle. For proof of the above see the daily trade review, in which all the freight that arrives daily is recorded. We will be all ready with our immense stock Monday morning. Our stock the most complete yet known on the Pacific Coast. Prices lower than any quoted by any house in the Northwest: Our new goods consist of New Clothing, Gents bur nishing Goods, new Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, new Rub ber Goods, new Hosiery and Underwear, Corsets and In dies Furnishing Goods. New Laces, Embroideries, Flouncings, Ribbons; Buttons; Gloves, <tc., etc. New Dress Goods, Plushes, Silks, Velvets and Dress Trimmings, of which the assortment is the most varied and complete. New Flannels, Ladies' Cloth, etc. New Domestic and House-Furnishing Goods, Bed Spreads, Blankets and Com forts, in the greatest variety and prices that cannot be matched anywhere in the Northwest. New L loaks, Wraps, etc., of which we hold the banner stock. New Millinery, Hats. Trimmings, etc., etc. New Wools and Bazaar Goods. New Carpets, Portieres, Rugs, etc., etc., and a new Dress making Department, open Monday morning with the leading modiste of the Pacific Coast in charge, secured at an enor mous salary ten days ago in Chicago to take charge of this line for this house. Detailed price list will follow next week. Don't fail to examine our most complete stock before purchasing elsewhere. It will be to the advantage of all buyers to do so. Country orders, both wholesale and retail, will receive prompt attention. TQKLAS, SINGERMAN & CO Front and Ool"u.m"bia. streets. Samples mailed free on application. 5