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mm !>. BOYD &CO., IB AHD 623 mar stbxkt. I THIS week, %- ' IL BLACK GOODS SALE. |te received as large and complete an invoice of Black |||| foe ever shown in the city, this «cek we will offer gggsts » *0 grades cf Black Drew Fabrics, jjgfeaad Wool Henriettas from the celebrated firm of B jjjT Bradford, England. ipAnt by far the mosfdesirablc and appropriate for Kgfeiies of any dress fabrics in the market, and are very jaieribmation with crape. f)fc*fcy's Black Shaded Stripes, Wool Patterns, Diagonal llpMtdther of his new weaves. teceived daring the past week a huge line o K|ie S«e Silks. These are the most serviceable silks especially desirable, as they neither split, pall, or ||® brands of Black Rhadamei, Sarah Silks, Satins, ■pded in this sale. Sicilians, Brilliantines, and and grade. HK redeeming quality these goods have, is ease with which wihsa& sad free from dust On this account, during the §§& norths, will be more than satisfactory to the wearer, jfjw imntintlT receiving the latest novelties in Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, we consider our stock as com- I* ifcrays pleased to show our stock. Ijg- W. P. BOYD & CO. BU, sitK),oo«. "77 Wo** Hbkf fs*H Coca* Kat Bank. Piu rs.|tia«<4)aii«*A MtUUggb/y- • _ m,>%>%•! »<*c* twa,*t**< A t tm aaISLIa 1 m&ti I>. a Co, .tankers . le» tun d Co. cNw mabn. itaMit BsrSwart Co. rV* |YBI>M lt|!< • - Wtta . %%•!§ m.tmHevt. ; 8® AHis BOtVWKLL, Heeretary * S, BOBT. E BOYLE, xtd Investments d & Improvement Co. California and Eastern enrmepontfentfi nATTR] • NE INSURANCE 00. LE, W. T. I $200,000. J. A, Gocu>, Secretary. •Meat. W. L. QAOAX, Tieasmai swellyn <L Co., KPOKTHX SEATTLE movement Co., UILDING. V it Property In all parts of tti* City 0 show Intending Purchasers on of tbe scenery as seen from West Be ;isco Journal of Commerce: 1 pardon a stranger within their *ates of take an exceptional interest in the truly iting ''West Knd" and tunst run tne risk r praise by some, and "cheeky" in our aust excuse ourvcives by saving that we ato the Mexican border. We have seen veiled in tbe beauties of lucerne fmna tbe influence of the Mediterranean and t!e --f the jjioiious Rhine. We have f tbe Old Work! and tne New. but from j»re*">ed with the beauty of tbe landscape r»d o« West Seattle. It Is simply unique. »ter point* hi* hoarr crest into the very < a verv *"d, his ma«>lve irout of U. 444 » rumjuhsi/thai woflld else aker. aaotner whtw- and listening n»on or -*> thrust* himself te t ade and the : mges form tbe* the mind of man can con- j >* aivd e*er changeful in tueir mit and Kb tb»# property will pass the Seal tit- A ? rapidly suited to completion with a On either s!d«> wiil extend wharves and HUGHES Company iiK, w. -r, A book sort a spec-tally. oppoerr* KXGIMC HODSI NO. I DO BRIDGE CO., Bridies of irery Describe i» Piers ami Foundations. OCtea, YsaJer SlOcfc, Eoo«w » aad EUCALYPTUS 'OILER FLUID •JULLINE & CO. SEATTLE FOR W T i B C . GRAND ARMY DAY. Tke VUioo Remembers the Heroes of Battle. ri-owx** mom KNOT VAIAJZS. 6w »*» •» B»MM, SUfite mm* RIM« C»4ee Ummm Xvr 3» -tk* cento*. iion 01 Memorial day hi Brooklyn *» »«ur*,aaiJfiedsuese*. Tbe parade » »iway* made • special featusvs, the aer ▼icw at; tbe cemeteries as a rule being jMsid oit the ganday preceding. The »ra«d Army men in the past were *9 fortunjite a* to obtain the attendance of Presidents Grant and Arthur ia tike rrrSeir stand, and today they bad the *srsnd Army of the Bepublic veteran. Gen. Rmjamin Ilarrbon. president of to* I uited States, to review them. Tbt pnwideut wa» asuwted by another . wtef " ! » P**- Bsnjasaia Tracy, seere tary of tbe navy. * «rty *« J* I Tli^ BC * of "* oba F - About » odock tbe president and party started to review tbe parade. Tbe bead of the column was on tbe corner ot B#dfor>l avenue and Dfvi-ion avenue. On the arrival of the president the vanoiiii organhratkme appeared from side street* very rapidly. Tbe G, A- F - **** preKident Wted tbeir bate to the men wh>» had "••n their comrade in wm». Becr£u»rv Tracy on the left of the president. G*w« b» for a graceful welcome. After toe review toe pre-tdeot, with Hecretary Tracy, Mayor Chopin and others, went to Kaapp'.i residence, where in informal reception wa« held. -*£* returned to Washington j tol» afternoon. WaaafjcoTos, May 30 —The Presi j dent returned to Washington at 10 I o clock thi* evening. FLOWKR* o* fig&sra TOMB. Military Parade as* Services mt Kl* erside Park-OsMraUes*. New YOM, May 30. The earlv moroiag did not give promise of a fair dajr, a* rain fell lightly at inter vals. but as tbe morning wore on the rain etaseU entirely and the son at times a lmo*t broke through the clouds All the public buildings displayed flags al half-mast, but there was a very twweer display ©f banting elsewhere. iwrade started at 9 o'clock from Fifty-eighth street. The line of march was down Fifth avenue to Fourteenth street, thence to Broadway, and around Union square. At Union square the Lincoln and Washington statuea were beautifully adorned with flowere. ; • The procession was led by General O. O. Howard with a battalion of marine*. The parade was reviewed by Governor Hill, Vice-President Mor ton and Mayor Grant. After the pa rade the members of the G. A. R. went to the v ttrious cemeteries and decorated the graves or the dead. U. 8. Grant Poet G, A. R. arranged the memorial *enriee today, as hereto fore. at General Grant's tomb In Riv erside jaurk. At the entrance to the tomb a floral arch waa erected bearing the inscription, "Enshrined in the Hearts of His Couutrymen," Above that waa a shield with national colors, aiao of flowers, and thta was sur mounti d by a flcral cross with the Urand'lVrmy motto. "F. C. L." Tbe interior of the tomb waa a mass of flowers and evergreens so great as to completely hide the casket. Chang Yen Ho Km. Chinese pleni potentiary at Washington, sent a Moral device bearing hi* name. Many G. A. R. and other organisations also sent floral contributions. On the left side of the tomb a platform was erected on which the exercises were he d. About 5,000 people surrounded and occupied the enclosure. In front of It Rev. J. M. B. Aekley delivered the oration, the Seventy-first regiment fired a t alute, and the chaplain, Rev. J udson Gallagher, closed with waver. The United btates man-of-war Galena lay in the river below the tomb and fired five-minute guns daring tbe ser vices and a salute of twenty-one guns at tbe close. VLOWKUI OK IIIBIOAX'I TOMB Servteea la the Cemetertee Near Washington—Logas'a Brave. WASBIWUTO*, May 30.—Although the weather prospects were dubious this morning, tne veterans of the late waifturned out in good force to make anneal pilgrimages to the Arlington soldiers' home and otber grounds where the remains of ohl comrades rest and pay a tribute of respect and affection in the shape of floral offer ings and suitable ceremonies. There was little evidence of business activity, and the spirit of the day was generally observed. The Grand Army of tne Republic concentrated its efforts upon Arling ton. Attorney-General Miller was the representative ol tbe administration at that place. General D. 8. Alexander was orator of the day. and the poem was delivered by Kugene F. Ware of Kansas. Appropriate music was rendered bv the Marine band, and a salute lired by * battery of artillery. General Sheridan's totub was espe cially decorated by the ladies of Po tomac Ueiief Corps, and the nitmu ment to General Gabriel 8. Paul was unveiled with an appropriate addre-- bv Ohif*! Justice Charles Drake. At the soldiers* home Major 8. S. Rock wond delivered an oration .and Colonel IVWitt Sprague read an original poem, ehiie similar otiioes were per lormed at the Congressional cemetery bv Hon W. W, Cuiry and R, It. Flem ing respectively. Flowers were strewn over General lagan's tomb by a committee of the Guard ot Honor At si Mat thew '» < hurt b mas* was celebrated at t» o'clock for the repose of the soul of Use late tieneral Sheridan. and for tbe soldiers who feli in tmtile. Tilk *tJKRU>t* WOAtWBITT VXVWUCP. Tbe Attend An ce at Arlington ceme tery **■« ummli; !«**• Mr-. Har rt>on, Mr. atid Mrs. M«Ke* and I»r. N-olt, of th«* White bo.»M>. b-oiight « bonnet of fl»«rrr*, *hi< h Wtt> |4aced on General SUeri dan'ft »;ra*e. Geti. tfebotiHd and *Uff *od Senators Sitwr and Mandereion present. Tbe Br*t ceremony of the dav wa* at tbe >beri «ian monument Mere the members of the U. A. R., eMHt!Uw» ot tbe Women - Relief Corp*. ami the Loyal oommandery jravhertui withm the endo-nre around tbe monument. The murine band pia**d * An oM veteran a rope, and tbe <la*f wbuh have covered the monument simse it was pot in fell to tbe tround. exposing to vie* a granite ?baft ten t«>et h;*b, bear 'mc on to face A t>roa**"bu-l medallion of lieneral Sheridan. Tbe Woaten'j Keiiet Corps then showered rwea around the baae of the moiiumrtit, and taier is the da* the ebtldrea of General Mieri.ian add ed their floral contribution to the heap whsoh kind hand* had strewn Abtwt their father'* paw. As Wow Orlmi Kb* Oauu% Mat Memorial day ««» rtkbntod At Chatin* tte today bv the Grand Army of the Republic with the usual ceremonies, Tbe < federate? Association of tbe Army <* the Teaneaaee. Northern Virginia and " J "' "" 1 11 ■■ ■■■■■ ■ : 1 "" SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1889. men aap^ I a Oa Cttr at ledco. Onrr or Xntco (via QdwHoft), May m-Dawttim day was daly ofe ««rv*d by Aaaertcan lauibs*. who west to toe United States ceaKfter? provided floew,|ttd decorated ate Soi- to f*l»aS«l»fcla PKUAOKUWSA f May 3BL—Decoratkm day wa* generally observed as a heft day. Grand Army poet* decorated 1 tte grate* la uinety aix cemeteries Mtsssaroua. May tt.—G«od weath er attended the Memorial day nbtoa tioo reguiatioti'parade and onto. • - —— At LMtettlic. Loiiktiixb, May Mewrarial ex tedMe held at Cave Hill tadav in boaor of the Federal dead buried there. RKANSAS PLAIN TKI'TH fiK*. KRuir Aocptms m rm jous aw Munnmm. *■ Mesas mm* Ateyts Tits leat Imlstln Sr. Mfjs, May 3Q.-A R«mbHc» Fort Worth. Ark.,specialsays: Quite e sensation was created here today by the remarks of Hon. Mr. Keller, of Kansas, whose speech at the memorial service* followed that of the orator of the day. He said in part: "The ***** of Arkansas is in disrepute. Comrades Benjamin and Clayton were assassinated in this state because thev were loyal to the flag of their country. The eyes of the entire country are •pon Arkansas." He said his state legislature had peased resola toon denouncing Arkansas and calling upon the national government to pro tect its people, even if it bad to put it «nd«r martial law, and then contin ued: *'l am a congressman, and, com *** JL*® 1 **"* ***** you are pro tected, if my influence and power can effect it, even if we have to resort to martial law." TB* cmzsjM enow rvsiot *. The indignation and ton tempt of theitt!«en s at this remarkable»peech of Kelly's calminaUd in a !ar«e bat spontaneous matting at the court house at 4p. m. It *m composed of both Itepuoilcans and Democrats, and the meeting appointed a .on.- mittee composed of two Republicans •pd one Democrat, two of whom were soldier* and members of the G, A. R. J. P. Grade, a Republican and ex-Federal soldier and member of the G. A. R., was called to the chair, when the following resolution was unanimously adopted. That this meettef, ooaiond Democrats and Repablieaaa. denounce the apeeen of Mr. Kelfcy as not only false, bat upa aach a «ewi occeahm, in a taste that coeM, It Is to be hoped, emanate from no part of the clvvUied eonctry except the state whose legislature made »ucb a die graceful show of itse'f In the resolatioa of which Keliejr boasted so largely today. XX SAM PKAROIICO. C«i«bntins Lessu«sersi Than Her*. t«f«rt-KuKliM ta dM Cemetery. Sam Faaxcisco, May 30.—The day was generally observed n* a Uoiiday here. In the raorirfrg the G. A. R., a detachment of regnlar troops, the sec ond brigade. N. G. C . and police armed with rifles, paraded the streets and marched to the Odd Fellows* cem#terv. The streets were not to crowded today as is usually the case on a holiday, and tbe parade was smaller than in previous years, bat was an attractive one. Ger»er*i Cutting and staff headed tbe militia, which turned out in large number*, the different divi sions being commanded by Col onel Dickinson and Lieutenant- Colonel Barry. The Grand Armv of the Republic followed. Governor Waterman occupied a barouche mar the head of the division. Several ether semi-militarv companies fol lowed. General Miles and staff re viewed the procession before it reached the cemetery. Here mitWite suns were fired by I-ight Battery k, First regiment, and the artillery band played a dire*. Rev. C. W. Ixer offered prayer, after which ex-Governor Solomon. president of the day, delivered a lengthy oration, touching on the history and purpose of the observation of the day. VILLARD A* WINKIPKO. The Northern PmlOo tMllsg late the Macheaste Rtvcr lUftM. WtKHtesa, May 39,--Henry Villard will arrive here Sunday and be met by President Oakes of the Northern Pacific. They will canvass the entire railroad situation, and it is thought an extension into the Mackensie river country will be arranged for. St. Part., May 30. A Piometr /Vest Winnipeg special says: The deal which has lisen going on for some time looking to the purchase bv tbe Northern Pacific of tne great North western Central railroad, i* practic ally fettled. Thi-t will mean the open ing up of the entire Canadian North west. PAMKHOBIt LISTS. P«* steamer Mexico, from San Fran cisco May 30: For Seattle —N P. Loubey. Theresa Louhey. O. Q. l-ahl quesi, ti- Lawler. O. F. Shepard, W. l)avt* and wife. Mrs. A. Schmidt and two children, Miss Kellogg, Mrs. Smith. Maud Kellogg. Bert*e Smith. Wm. Ebert and wife, E B. Partridge, Capt H. Henderson. J. V. McNeil, Mt.-s Kiucaid and sifter, D. B. Nye, C. W. Tucker, J. M. Hi 1 V Mrs B. Hen derson. C Brown, 11. J. Hull, Mrs Amo> and daughter. F. C. Hempstead, M. Delanet and wife. Mrs. Julia *>avis, J. Robertson, J. H. Walter, Miss F. Melville. Mis* M.Clark, Miss S.Clark, Mrs. Tusvta, T. H. Men ceil, Mrs. Hattoran. For Tamma—George Barley, J. H. laebtt and two daughters. Mrs. Gall, W. A. Robertson. H. Farley. John F. K tncakl and wife. S. B. Dodge. F. B. McAdams. N. K. Wilson, W. I). Hurbert, Mr*. A. Wertheimer. P. R. Htgjnn*. Wm. Kerney. Joseph Kerney. Oregon A California— Pa-aed Med ford: R. M. Davis, G. F. Close, U. 1.. Harding. B. Akier, J. E. Brasee. E. Ditrick. Mrs. E. Ditrick. 55 H. Blakelr, Mrs r. B Morn*. M -s F. Hamilton. Mis* J. Panri*h, Mi" Fannie Weight, MissG, Pam-h Mt*s l- Mints Mi** G. Brooke. J. I- Barker S. H. Thomas, O. Bravman. Miss B. Brayman, Miss S Smith, Miss L. fmith, "Miss Ixm «iaie. Miss McConnail ami sister, F. A. lavmmi, Jas S. Lawson, Mi«s M. Wootiward. S. W. «<odmg. Daniel Uobin««»Ti and wiie. O. Simon* and wife, Mr*. Katx and daughter, Miss Ka'«. W. n. Pnmphry. wifeand chtki, S. Starr. F. T. Pumber and wife Mary R, Turner, A. W. Jack-on. wife and three children. Jno «*ordon. Wm. P. Jones. A. I*et*»ndant*. Mi-s N. Pal mer. Mi*s Williams. Mrs. C. Cutter, Mias L. iier.ger. Mis* L. Neal, Eugene Ranger. J. G. Wright. Mrs T. M Long. L. M Heneer. W. L. Palmer and wife Mrs. Chaa. ♦ Lay ton. Mrs Pauline Khim*>. Mrs. J. A. Williams and tour children, Joe. Trviooa, Mi«s A. Neal, W. T. Raker, wile, son and daughter. J. J. Chown, P. W. Menke, D HudeiN-rgear, A. Crank, Jaa. Gor don. J. D Dewy, aad thirty-six second -das*. A 810 WIND BLEW. i The Bilks of Potonae Swept Bare. tV' hi <<>> i j " \ FALL or A usee w tmxaorsm. Maanmatata, Va. May 36.—A ter j aado struck a ecctien ef country about Sre mfid east oI hem this after I nooo, and after daatoHahhtg a va*t amount of property pined down the Potomac river, treeo, ov»nurninjg fmdli nejaete aad ptarina have? seneraliy with small buHdin» on the hwnka of the atxeam. The traveled over an area ot ten mile*, and then pa»>A out to i>ea» V«ry few liwt were Wt standing akmjf ihe water Croat, and those that escaiied were twisted out of shape. Tbe house of Martin Borien, which stood directly in tbe tornado # path, waa lifted from its foundations. Two women who were in a iitue frame kited en were buried twenty feet and seriously in jured. : A barn in which George Yogei and J. Powell bad taken' refuge was Mown down and tbe two u*en killed. Tbe damage to crop* was great. TUBS WBOUE SVUDIN6 FILL.; Wind Wreefca a Ytrgteta Waeahowae. SUlttoc n«o Mea. DASVILU, Va., May 30.—A ter rible accident occurred here to day. J. G. Penn eras build ing a large brick tobacro factory nearly 200 feet long and *ix stories high. Tbe walls hadhecn coai pteted arid tbe carpenters were at work oa it. The wind was blowing hard, and i& the aitcrnoou the entire building came down with a cra*h. llobert TrOtiS, Va. Young. W i'.. Juoe-, Buck Hooper and D. M- Collie were killed. Henry Gates will die. and i>ix others are badly iniured. Several men were buried m the ruins, and considerable time elapsed before they were extricated. FLOODS AND LANDBLIDK9, The Item was Severe tn Missouri. Kansas asd Nebraska. Kansas Citv, Uav 30 —The storm of Tuesday wm general in Kansas and Nebraska. Nearly all the telegraph polet; along the Southern K ensas railroad were blown down, and south of lowa and Kansas there were many overflows. Trains on many roads are delayed by washouts and landslides. The Chicago A Alton track in Western Illinois was inun dated, and later he»»y landslides oc curred. •SOW 1H CEKTRAL MICHIGAN Drifted bj a til* Wlad—Dfneh Dan- mgm to Crops- Drraotr, Mich., May 30-—A heavy fall of snow for this season of-the year if reported from several parts of tbe state today. At Schoolcraft the snow is four inches deep and still fslling. while at Portland and Flint tbe aver age depth is two inches, but owing to a heavy wind it has drifted to much neater depth. The damage to crops Is very great. iotili Wlt« All- H4MIM. A Bit i'atMagar Mttanar Foandara In Mm 6alf af It. Lavresaa. NEW Yoaa. Ma; 30.—A Hrrald't Montreal dispatch says there is a well authenticated rumor that tbe steam ship Lake Ontario has foundered in the gulf and sunk with all hands. She sailed on Wednesday for Liver pool with a fall list of cabin passen gers. The Haj mar feat Monamant Ua veiled. Chicago, May 30.—The memorial monument on the site of the Haymar ket anarchist riot of May 4, 18*?, in which many policemen were kiOed and wounded by tbe explosion of a bomb, was unveiled this afternoon. The monument was presented to the city on behalf of the eitisens by R. T. Crane and accepted by Mayor Creg ier. There was no procession. The monument consists of a marble base surmounted by a bronze figure of a policeman, in' uniform, of heroic tixe. SB-Millionaire CorwiUt is l>ead. Chicaoo, May 30.—Nathan Corwith, one of tbe most widely known citizens of Chicago, died at his residence on Michigan avenue yesterday. Mr. Cor with at one time had accumulated about $1,500,000 and retired from busi ness. Last July his Mm, Gordon Cor with, a metal broker in New York, persuaded his father to embark )>is means in an effort to corner the lead market, but the attempt failed, and Mr. Cor with lost every dollar of his fortune. A Veteran Rnteidea After the Parade N xw Yoax. May 30 —This afternoon Captain <J. Henry Witthaus commit ted suicide at his home by shooting himself. He had returned from a pa rade in his uniform of tbe Old Guards at noon, and went to his room to pre pare for dinner. When his brother went up to call him for dinner he found him tying dead. Tbe cause of suicide has not yet been learned. ftagtr Keflnery. Baltimoet, Md., May 30.—Subscrib ers to the proposed *ugar refinery at tended a conference at the rooms of the board of trade yesterday after noon It i* stated that the i*n*pects of raising the |%Q,GOS or fI ,t<>o,ooo tie sired are enoouraginir. The confer ence api«iinte*l CTmimittees and gave the existing committees fuller powern of action. Englishmen Bay i*lne Lands. LnruTiux. May .10.~An English syndicate today consummated tbe purchase of S2OOUU acres cf yellow pine land, four saw mill*, three p an ing mis!* and thirty -six miles of rail road and equipment. Tbe propertv is i-ituated in E~cambia countv. Florida, and Baldwin county. Alabama, ad joining. The price was SI,MSI .€OO. Cola and Malay la Ck^ago. Cmicaoo. May A cold, raw wind wa« blowing this morning, and tbe sky was heavy and overeat, resulting later in a drixxtlng rain. Nevertheless a large number of veterans inarched to the various cemeteries and dec orated the graves of the comrades. Tke Mows CsnaiMiM a* W«rl. VstxaiTtx*, Neb.. May 30.—The Sioux commi«rion arrived this even ing and will leave tomorrow for the Rosebud agency, distant thirty-five miles, where tbe nrst con'eaence with the Indians will be held. \ K«t Hold, Rat a#M Wtit Ita- Nxw Yoax. May "W.—The reported sale of Bechtel's brewery on Staten Island to tbe syndicate b de nied. It is «akl only aa option has been secured. (isthrie lommn at Wash- St. iMVt*, May 31 -Diapntcfceelrwn Oklahoma report the finiiing of rldb iron mines within a short distance of Gatbrte SPOKTISa EVENTS. —- A Bh«iff Called Time oa Oorbett and ChoyiiskL w* was »furim SaaehaU CJwfc aee Omt r»»»»a-StM«U« teaii at —' B** Fiasnsco. May 3».-The «rir boat (or Kansalito «M cn>wii«d with •port in* n*en this aborning. the cae having bfcu given U*t the fight be tween "Mfwn and Choynsk) would take piece at some point under the fhadow of Mount Tamalpei*. It was originally Stared that onlr ten spec tator* would be permitted to see the fight. but this number was siigbthr in "M 'UI when a survey was made of the crowd which boarded the narrow gauge train out of Saasalito. There was a gn»at deal of skirmishing and hard driving, but finally the crowd assembled >a a quiet spot new San Auebao, where a ririg was staked out and after considerable parleying the principal* entered the ring. BAS AH,«EI «<>. Cai.. Mar 3D.—The tieht between Jim Corbett and Joe Chov»»k began here shortly after 10 o'clock this forenoon. Four hard fought nunds had occurred when the sheriff appeared and stopped the fight. Betting e-as in faror erf Corbett when the interruption o<mined, and he was having the W of it up to that time. There were fully 150 spectators on the spot IteM'ore the fighter* were railed up for tb« first round. Very little was done in the first round, both men sparring cleverly for an openinz but sailing to inflict any damage. In the second round there was the hardest kind of slogging, Corbett employing rushing tactics and hitting tiercel v. He caught Choynski on the mouth, drawing blood,andChovnski appeared groggy when the round ciy-ed. In the third round sparring was in-Julgfd in with no pariicular damage being lone, though <'orbett still fojN»d the ighting with Chovnski on the defen sive. The sheriff appeared before the fourth rcund was. falilv on, and there was a hurried scattering of the princi pals ami spectators. An effort was made to charier a special tram to go to Sonoma eountv and continue the fight, but without sucoess, and the crowd returned to the city. Corbett and Choynaki returned ta this city this evening, and under stood the fight has been indefinitely postponed and all bets will be declared off. CHAMPIONS OF TBI COAST. Athlatte Exercises of Varied Char- acter at OafcUsd. Faancisco, May 30.—'The ath letic championship of the Pacific coast was decided at Oakland today, the Olympic Club of San Francisco win ning the pennant, with fifty-five points, and the University of California taking second place, with 49 pointii. HchifTen-tein of the Olym pics, who competed, though ill, won the 100-jards sprint in WW seconds. Cassidy of tbe Olympic* won the 220 yards in 23 4 5 seconds. Mager, Oly io nic and University, won the 440 yards in 54 seconds; button tbe &S0 vards in 2 minutes 6 3-3 seconds; McArthir, Olympic, the mile in 4 , minutes 4tt%£ (seconds. Jervi* Won the mile walk in 7 minutes 11 3-A seconds. Mofftt, of the univer sity, woa the hurdle race in 17 4-5 sec onds; Purcell, Olympic, putting the shot, 35 feet tS inches; Bouse, univer sity, throwing the hammer. 106 feet; Purcell. the pole vault, 8 feet 5 inches; MoOit, high jump. 4 feet B}* inches; Hchifferntein. the broad jump, 21 feet 11U inches. Two Pacific coast records were broken today, being that for a half mile ran and for the 120 yard hurdle race. Nation's time in4he former was 2:06 3-3; best recorded time, 2:08. Motfitt's time in the hurdle race was 17J£; bast previous time, 22 3-5 sec onds. RAIItALL. lottos D*r«oU Cblcaco Twlee—Kew York aad IsdtuapoUi are Kra. BOCTOH. May 30. Bostons won the third game of it* first series with Chi cago this morning by great batting. Base bill: Chicago 9, Boston I*. Er rors: Chicago 5, Boston 1. Batteries: Chicago, Krock and Farrell; Boston, Radboum and Gansel. Umpire, Bar num. Score: Chicago. J 00001 0 04-K Boston to 0 0 0 4 3 1 I—i« Tbe afternoon contest was a splendid one. orly one fielding error being made. The enthusiasm at the Bostons taking four straight games from Chi cago was unbounded. Bane hits: Bos ton 9, Chicago 5. Errors: Boston 0, Chicago L Umpire, Barnum. Bat teries: Boston, Ciarkeon and Bennett; Chicago, Hutchinson and Sommera. Score: Chicago » 0800100 I—2 Boston 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 o—4 Nxw Ynax. May 30.—The pame in the morning between New York and Indianapolis was witnessed by 539per >on.«. ft wa« close and interesting. Base hi»: New York. &; Indianapolis, 12. Eriiii s: New York, 5; Indian apolis, <i. Batteries: New York, Hat field aiid Swing; IndiaoapottK, Get s»un and Buckley. Umpire, Lynch. Score: K*wYoth. 0 0 110 0 4 1 o—s ludtatiainkis 0 » 0 I 2 9 9 0 2-0 The game this afternoon resulted in a rather easy victory for the Giants. The vixitin# wen played a better name in the field, hut were not so fortunate with the t«at. Base hits: New Yt»rk. 10; Indianapolis, 0 Errors: New York, 1; Indianapolis. 3 Umpire, Lynch. Batteries, New York. Welch ami Brown; lndianaj-olis, Boyle and Daily. Score: Mew Yarn 0 1004020 0-7 I nutans poiK 00 0 1 0 0 1 1 Ml WABiitaeTos, May The morn ing game between Washington a?i«i Cleveland was not exciting. Cleve land wun the game in the opening inning, scoring two unearnaii runs Score- Cleveland. 2 in the fir-t; Washmirton, lin the first. Base hit-: Cleveland 6. Washington 7. Errors- Cleveland 1, Washington 2. BaWer fc-s: Cleveland. Gruber and Beramer; Wasb'iiicton, O'Day and Clark. Um pire, F«fwend4f«. PitiLAncLrntA. May 30.—The game thi- moraine, which was woo by Phil adelphia. was a tedious contest. Peer ing pitched a very weak game. Tbe P:it»4>erg team ecuid not overcome the lead obtained by the home team in the third inning. Base bits: Pitts burg 10. Philadelphia 12 Errors: Pittsburg 8, Philadelphia 4. Batter ies: Pittaburg. Dunning an! Fiekis; Phila>9*tiphia. Gleaaon and Schrtver. Umpire, Curry. Score: Pittshma -* ©•••»•• J-' P»i mtelpbia- 0 0 « 0 • I * 1 The afternoon game resulted fa» an eairv *ictory for the visitors, who played all around the home team. Base hits: Philadeigki* Pitt-b*irg 14. Errors: Pbiiadelpbia T, Pitts burg H Umpire. Curry. Batteries PhiUkWlphia, Baffinton and Clement*; Piitshtitg Staler aad MiUer. Seen: 02000011 0-4 ri I 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 1-10 Cou»r>. May 30.-~ lloth the L*mi - vilie < uiumbus games postponed; rain. Bnc*m.f*, May 30. --Moremi game: 8L Loai* §. Brooklyn 4. Afternoon game: SL Louis 7, Brooklyn 9. May 30.—Morning ■imtnooa gaaae. Atblatim Oaein- Mo 1- Y*o«. Ma,f A-The Itnaw P«b ran coaraa is now be&ved by ■«y to be the moat ia Amteka, and sever did it look lowlier ormare atuaetiva than tedav. The »P *o nooo. The ara, xntay -« ta^SET^t «btecondtt»n. though a iittie daav on top. •■•" ■ ~im " J Fourteen hundred yards- Hailrtcn 1-24. Baaa aacoej. .Ndi»barv Oee-kalf mik Druidexs woo in <9*, IVvote* wood, Bavarian third One and one-sixteenth wile-A eaJk over lor Ftrenei. One and three-sixteenth mile—Earns woa in J«, J. A- B. second, Gypsy Queen third. Mile-|>»ablo won in 1:43%, Eric mmad, Reporter third. Mite-King Crab won in I:##, Koiian second, Dreux third. THE SHRINE OF VOODOO. troxmiMLE sKnunojrii JUM onnnroMJUjrk Keanectefcto White Veae, Scaatilr Cled.Tehe l»»rt With Negroes to ' the BMena Rites Kaw Oaucaiiß, May ».-A case in tho secocd recorder's court esta Wishes the feet that voodooiam and its dis gusting rites still have a foothold in Umbiiana. For some time there have been promiscuous gatherings of whites and blacks in a bouse on St. Anthony >treet» Although in a retired locality, the atsemhiages became so noisy that they disturbed the neighbors. At last tbe place became a nuisance, and the p>Uee were informed. The result was ttiat the police made a descent on the place while the orgies were in full swing. TUB VAXOCS VOODOO OAXCK. ) A strait*® *!id disg u>ting night met their eyes. la a circle formed by eight wbite and six negro women and eeveu negro men, was a half-breed Indian and negro named Alexander, who, dressed in silken tights, per formed the typical voodoo dance, luu'terinjf-a weird incantation, the re frain of which was taken up by the men and women surrounding him. The negro men lying on the door were partly clad, while the women Handing around had also laid aside much of their ordinary wearing ap paret when robed for the street. RESPECTABLE ABB HAKDMMK WDXBB. It was found that nearly ail the women were well dressed and ap parently respectable. They were bor ritied to learn that they were to be taken to the police station. When they reached there they volunteered an explanation of their presence in such an assembly and in such scant attire. Alexander, they said, was a voodoo doctor. He had made manv wondertnl cures, and they had full confidence in his power to relieve their suffering* by his incantations. They stoutly insisted that they had ex perienced benefit from his treatment, and were confident he would etfoet a thorough cure. The women were evidently sincere in their statements. They were of all ages, ranging from KNoao, and several of them were decidedlv handsome. OWWti L BAWltolt'l OFINjKHf. Better to Be O'Brien la Prison Tbaa th» Tyrant Vkuwjr la Hl* CuU«. L<>s DOJ*. Hay 30.—A* the meeting of the l'urneU commission to-day Arthur O'Connor, member of parliament, tes tified that while he was in Indiana polis last year General Harrison, now president ot the United States, said that every honest man and lover of liberty would rather share the com* Cny of William O'Brien in Tollamore 1 than that of the viceroy in DobUn castle. O'Connor said that when be took office in the league he found many of the book* fragmentary and in arrears. It was impossible to do anything with them. He did not know whether the books which the government seised •luring the admin titration of Chief Secretary Forster had bern destroyed. Judge Hannen ordered that inquiries be nude about these books. O'Connor repelled a» a calumny the suggestion that tenants understood his advice to them to boycott laadgrab bars an a hint to murder or u-»e vio lence upon them. He admitted sav ing it waa not unnatural that & ruin who saw his family flung into the roadside should shoot the evictor. Ju-tiK McCarthy. M. P., te-tiried to the horror and dismay which the Phoenix Park murders caused among UJ* Parnelii es. George Lewis, FameU's solicitor, was examined with reference to the mia»- ing books. He said he had no knowl edge of any books except of thoee of the English branch or the leagne, which were produced in court. He had not applied for a return of the canceled checks or bank pass books. Justice Hannen—The court will not allow the selection of book'. We mu»t have them all. Lewi* said be had not inquired what became of the league's letters, nor had he taken any steps te trace payment* of money. Bnwkljrs Jockey Clab Baoee. GXAVRSKXP, Mar 30.— 1t was a great card which the Brooklyn Jockey Club presented today for the closing day of it? meeting at GTaveeead. The pick of tbe two-vear-old colony, including St. Carlo, Padixha, Ballarat. Cayuga, Anaconda, Civil Service, Banquet and Tor-o, met in the Fremont nuke at three-quarters of a mile, while the three-year-ulds fought their battles over again in the Port Hamilton handicap, at a mile and a furlong. Firwt race, half-mile— Hanover won. Blue flock second. Forest King third: time, 4*?£. Sestond race, mile and a furlong— Batinda won. Prank Ward second. The Roarieeu third; time. 1 Third rare. Tremont stakes, six fur kmgs—Padiaha won, Cayuga second, Banquet third; t»tae, i;I6. Fourth race—Jenny won. Major !)omo second, Long Island third; time, 1.54. Fire-eighths mile - I'rbana won, Martha third. Centaur third; lime. Mile—King Idle won, Satisfaction HKond. Carnegie third; time t :t3%. aax Furt».njrs—ttonington won. Ban Cloche Moad. lire-eighth mile- Mamie B won in IM%, Benefit second, < iratuercy third. tat—to Psrk BISII ton***!!, May .10.—The day at Latonla was cold and wet, and the track am of mod. The attendance was the Largest of the meeting. Th**e-ye*r-oida and npwarda, *even and one half turiong*—Kedar Khan woo. Cupid second. Maid of Orleans third; time. Three-year-olds and upwards, mile and seventy varda—Jewei Ban won, Lucky -ocood. Mayo third; time, IXI. Tnme-year-oids and opward*. mile —Mary won, Gilford second, Carlton Ultra; time, IJ6^. Th res-year-oids and npwardt, setan egnUi mile—Zola woo. Maori eecead, L««m>tine third: time, 1 J&9£. Two vesr-obis, fiveetgbth aiito— EUe» Doodat was, Tioga second, Chapman third; time, 1 NO, M. -"v.. A MARINE PATBOL. It Will Be ia Behring Sea. 0«m» WVUL »OT mrvc I*e Blaetertee MaM* VNW Th> tewte to Oewtvaatoaai tat Uw Wuiswna, May The warlike djeptfcfcea from British Columbia with regard to expected troaWe be tween the United States and Greet Britain over the Behring we seal nsh «ties, aie generally discredited bribe officers of the nary department. It i* pointed oat that bo officer of tank diffidently high to make him ac quainted with theKngttsh government'* purpose*, »o«ld under any circum stance* be so foolish a* to talk m the manner stated in the dispaiche* frois Victoria, B. C, A prominent naval officer today said the United States had no reason to apprehend any diffi culty. Great Britain assuredly weald not commit any overt act uf violence, in case her sealers were arrested, with out warning this government of its intentions. Teat Great Britain would by force dispnte the wnntpty of Behring sea bad never been oummn n icated to the United States, and this alone showed the improbability of the story. It might be that the vessels named were going to Behring sea, though that was by no means certain. Their duties there, however, would probably consist in nothing more than keeping watch on the situation to prevent their citizens from being wantonly ill used and giving sealers good advice. If oar vessels attempted anything that was unwarranted, it arightbe that the British ostioers would feel culled upon to interfere. United States vessels were seat to the Newfoundland lib eries each year to look after American interests, and the British vessels pro bably had a similar mission in Alaskan waters, presuming they would go i Mupte. ■ The Untied Slates naval forces at 1 present available In Behring tea con sists of the Bear, the Thetis and the ; revenue cutter Bush. These vessels are of no use for actual warfare, and are >imply policemen on the sea. The Adams and Iroquois are at Mare in land, and could be sent to sea at short notice, If circumstances demanded it The Charleston is also at Han Fran cisco, but it will be some time before she will be ready to go into commission. She has demonstrated, it is stated, that she is an excellent boat, but has not yet fulfilled the contract requirements. Even if these requirements www waived under stress of an emergency, it would take some time to fit tat Charleston out for service-as has been already stated. However, naval offi cers do not think the situation at all alarming or even threatening. The Behring sea fisheries, they are confi dent, will not precipitate n conflict between the United states and Ureat Britain. OKBT EC IB PARLIAMENT. Loxoojf, May SO.—ln the commons this »vening 6ir James Ferguson, par liamentary secretary to the foreign office, denied the report from Victoria, B. 0., that three men-of-war in the Pacific had been ordered to prooeetto Behring sea in June to protect British sealing ves-eis from interference by American men-of-war. Wot Wonted A boot Ishrisg San. OTTAWA, Msy 30.—The department tm marine and fisheries is without any official information as to the dispatch of war ships to Behring sea by either England or the United States. No significance is attached by the head officials to the dispatch of these steam ers At any rate, that is how they ax press themselves. AWAITUie OKDBBS TO lISM. Fall Aireetst KmfcU by the Haas on Cooforonoo. BKBUB, May .10.— The Banvoan con ference yesterday discussed the harbor > rights of the I'nitsd States in Hamoa I and the conditions under whiclr mer chandise may be imported. The in : tention is to allow the Samoane all | possible facilities. The conference [ also settled the matter of the (leftnan i demand on Memoa for indemnity. ! The American commissioners we . awaiting instructions from Washing 'ion. They expert them next week. The commissioners will not sign the convention until thqpe instructions are received. _________ Mexico Welcomes Minister Bjaa. Crrr or Msxtco (via Galveston), May 30.—A banquet in honor of Mr. Ryan, the new United States minister, was given at the Tivoli this evening. Hyan responded to the toast, "The President of the United States." Oenerad Henoiosa, minister of WW, responded to the toast. "The President | of Mexico/' referring very feelingly to the United Htatos as a great power which would protect Mexico against foreign interference. •mlse KMsrt arrested. Batons »*. May 38.—One hundred arrest* have been made In connection with the riot here Monday night. Among tbo-e arrested is ex-Premier Oara*t>anine, who Is accused of hav ing incited the progressists to attack the opposing party. yrssu ItaTsttaM t»g Itora. Paau, May 30. -.SfTtrrs * tortus pre vail throughout Franc*. The greatest damage ha<r been done in the depart ment* of Seine-«t-Maroe, Aukw, Yofine."ilaui«-I<aon« and Ardennes-, •here in some p aces tba country is almost devastated. IHMIUIW Storm to Meatoa. CITT or Mexico, May 30.—A heavy *torm oi rain and hwii at Boejutaia has cau«ed the river* to inundate that town, drowning many person* arid cattle, washing away many housoa and destroying crop*. Zsls't KsgtMt NMMwr ■—rlrirnrt Losnos, May ». Vizeteily. the well known book-wUer of London, has !<-fn sentenced to eieht month' im pri-onment tor publishing Zoia's novels. A Dwlirt — J Tfif Vitasa, May St.— Prince Alois Schwartaenberg and a Uan tenant of busbars fofgbt a duel today. The former was mortally wounded. ky Mm M Kmc K<»g. Hosa fcoso, May 30.—A heavy storm has been raging three day*. Imraen>e damage hat been done. Ihti ping lsto»l|»sie> foav Tmrwaxs. May »—Arrived—Sfe fa'BfK P«>*r mwovzar, Mar 38- Sailed gtr Atki. F'OAT RAUUCI, Mar » Arrive*—Wtm J. M. tiriflUaa, aaUed-Hk Caerts Wtns low. Poar May :#.-*afled-W| Oafctead. t«t Ham PmiMrtMßo, with #*MW alia*her >us husnsts. HAT Sk—Arrived— Steamer Mate «f Camrah. #*jW-«e»»-r Mnk-o, Victor**; stsaatev OTH/FIU Fortiatad.