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ITUT OK THE TLTWF
SEATTLE TO TAOOSU.
M ROSED *rtps taily. netpt (MM
' P%SV£ljas , J«S«s ,Ma '
AA.IT trip*. Sea ITLT-TIMBI
fttom*.
"%£ J3S° AT - «** »■
JSt.SCJs ■.an^tkm
J*T3L COMMERCIAL dock. TOOT af —*
SWT. SEATTLE. _
»E2|«F. FJM U< Stat* af
jSSSgtBT- t* r *
T 4R TRA VWPORTATION OOT
WSBKI.T TTME CARD.
FJVAMHP. CLAN M-DONALD.
Bk*g" Bivar fUtit*.
iMW Saattle-Tueaday. AAFUIT 11. at M
A"i£; Thursday Auruot U at U a. m.;
Lrariar A'MTi* W at 11 a m LMVH
Mat Tereee—Wadnaeder. Auguet 12. at
FZM.; Friday, Aoguat 14, at *p. m. ; Sun-
IW A«U»- 1* a* • P nrj Calling at Stan-
SIL FIR. Skaffi: city, Mount \>rnos and
TZ (T'Jiaifp going ooath SUNDAY and
ffS IW<I*Y )
M:AMFTR VABT!.,
City dock. Seattle, Monday.
AZAIAT AND Fr;lay at 7 A nr.. (or £d-
RZL Everett an/1 Snohomiah river
CONNECTING with 8 WILLE* Navlga-
EM CA. TO*" Taroma and Olympia.
RTTR dock Steamer* for al! pe nta on tha
ma A Op*n all night Telephone Matn t7.
8. O. YKRKEB. ManA««r.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
FM» CARD 'N effect J una L 181
FLUTTUB. EVKRRTTANP WHATCOM
ROUTE.
af Wgahlngtoft ieavoo Seattle telly.
Saturday, at LO P M.
eft™ ■sßf'sur " eo "-
ILUM — leave® Seattio dally. RGNGM
IMIIT. at • &- WL
Main
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
AMEERE L««VE Seattle for San Fran>
Port Towuaend aod Victoria.
C.
F. JuFy. J Aac.
«au« Walla I JI.M.« ;U. V
TJAATILLA [•a. A F, UT», JS
gtySf PWFCL* -R? 1 B I 10. M
RMWIFT— received on board at 7 a. a.
FOR ALASKA.
July. 1 A ua.
j&.«?r'r..:l»*■ ■ I*sJM
J. F TROWBRIDOI, '
p. 8 Bjpt.. Ocean Dock, Seattle.
OeodaH. Perkins" A Co . Oen. A*ta.. San
FNUIETOCO '
ALASKA,
faciflc COAE• Bteumeulp Coaspaay*a
BTEA IER AL-KL
All MVLY remitted, new U; per de:k eatv
taa ami new and comtifodio JH •econd<claaa
N"—■FF**' ACCOMMOLNTJONB. will aall from
Cattl* Auruat < at 9 a. M.. calUn* at
MART 181.AND.
KETCHIKAN YEOS BAT.
WRANGKI.. BCM DL'M.
DOUOLAB ISI.AND AND JUNKAU.
fit* to Wrangle: Cabin. F7; aacond
MTM. 8^
Junaau: Cabin. TLO; aaoood
J F TROWBRIDO*.
Purat Sound Superlntandmt
•tattle office. Ocean D<H>K. foot Mala
greet. Telephone, Matn Si.
Ooadall. Perkins A Co.. general affaota.
Itri rranclaco
younr BOUND A ALASKA STEAM
SHIP COMPANT.
VICTORIA ROUTS.
STEAMSHIP CITY OF KINOTTOM.
Setwten Tacom* and Victoria. B C.
iS k| sas
LJOF tn L* RPT Townaasdi TT Ar,U 4Spii
IJOPM'ArIIo .. Vlcior'.a ...I MlLvi K »pai
'Pally excapt Monday.
Tbla ateamar furr.T.«H«a Crat-claaa aceooa-
T odatlcca. carrying both frejaht and paa-
Magara. aod laavea from Tealer wbarf.
For rata*, ate.. Inquire of '
OJV THORNDTKB.
Taaler wharf. Seattlgb
I. A NADEAU.
General Agent N P R B . Seattl*
THE VANCOUVER ROUTS.
STEAMER UTOPIA
Leave* Tacoma. 12 noon; Seattla. Tealar
*Uff, SJ> M , Mondaya and Tharadaya
MR P«rt Townaerd. An*cor:»a. Falrhavaa,
ATW W ATCOM. lllalna and Fr'dny Bar
er. and Vancotieer. arriving Vancouvar S
P A. following day
Far* TO Miatne C. fare to Vaacouvar.
KRUBE AND MADISON UNE
■CHOONDB VEOA
WUL aall from Bjin Franc lac o Auguat 17,
aarrying freight at |1 par ton. connect lag
at Seattle for all polnta
K ft. CAINE. Agent.
Artinaton dock Talephooa. Plka H.
»COET SOUND AND CENTRAL AMER
ICAN BTKAMBHIP COMPAJTT-
Ste*M»H P
ftattkl America ON October 6th.
Recular *allttvg* betv.C-en Pugat
AAWNL AN' . entral Arrorlcaa
Crt* Oerrral cfflca. Mutual UFA
"DING
Seattle 4
International
Railway Co:
V
-**•*■» leaea aart arrire depot l«it af
w.a»fcu iimt
CARD IN EFFECT DEC- B 1«»
Na IL* Ar.'» No. lit Na_l
dea.Ua i fc.J»pni,lO «fcata
***t»<n<»i&aai Woad ttUa ! »iia
H*-®' ! Hedcntad I »«<»«
fa»s>ait... j {..,...... »A2an»
' S vu mJa } » «a«
i N r»ad 1... T **•
M.uw stam s hom:adl I Upn * *s*m
*♦•• •..{•! ifcmi M e Crlato ! • <6a** .........
-1 «dam Arlln«toa j I IS,m 7 4".a«a
M»dw UAlpc: W .o.ler | 1 £3;<t» i.Maa
■»>•....! 4ltett Anacortea H®am!.........
1 Ha<nl;toa i»iSOpa>
— .1 1 l«i>m W ok ham I Jtpm,
- I > •'rm N Weat'aW t l»aa»!
1 Itftß \ aa.-e»«ren a#»mi,........
il>a..y e*ctyi aanoaj.
•Moo.. Wa»i. tYt Tue*. laura.. 8«*.
_»«: ar-i Uirec. Una to all poiat* la
Cot una Ma through the prtacipal
dtat-icta of Weatorn Waahtnataa.
«6e»ar»l iff.f* Ccmaa Woo*. Intttb
Waah
f A AI IKS. General aa4
"•aeeger A*er t
•*OK*NE FALLS & NORTHERN
RAILWAY _N l--* N & fort
SHE ' »*ro RAILWAY.
ONLI ROUT* TO TRAIL OKKKK
Ahd Mirrrai Diatrlct of the OolTtlla Ha»
•wvetion. Nelaon Ktlav Kcwtoaal
lake md ?\vm Pohit
/jr.% ft Hri#**n -^eAaae
.nt<( e. C
.Laava Arrtra.
!• A as ......SpakAO*.. P
* a m Xeiaoa... AW &
. r %hiimi»r» to* Trau Creak »»»•• co *~
fj|« N report with aiagea aad maaar
CU^
at Nalaoa w'.ih » : ***"
•• Ne ka.it aad aU kootenal Laka
•«*ta
_for Kettle HUer a*t
nCrnk cdQAKi mt Marco* with tiii®
east
AND gj-|Oa
SOUTH nSE/
TICSER To 1U PORTS B rdE IMli
\T« tfc« fellowtag piiakr rautaa.
Shast ° T y lr ,*i <^
o gd en ■"
Sanaet ~ ■
ONLY »II RMC U M U
caloxdrnia
_ *XCFH«!OX«
Bwwp In iayt to tu pointa ia California
**»*♦ *'»•«. Qal-lt Tin*.
»*•« MTLNMAL
_ >—ral information WK«I mag run
W call aa or
THOU. A. C.RAHAV.
™ UU I* Freight Afnt
_ _ N» 1R« AW.. WUFE.
™ " "OOERi, A. O. P. | p. a _ PoftJMd,
OCEANIC S.S. CO. BAYS MLT.to
AUSTRALIA. WTS HONOLULU. to
SAMOA, MCW ZEALAND. V{s. AUS.fcAUA
8 8 MONOW AI.
■* ! l* . fr ® m „ H * n frii uco for Honolulu,
AucM-and. B> Iney. Thuraday. Auguet »,
T*i a:t Bp. nr. § 8 Au*u i.u* to Hono
lulu Ba-nrday Auguat 39 ISK »a. m T.
» 2 r *£* m Ar*rjt. «1> F:p»' Ar»„ aftle;
J. D. Bprecke.* * Broa Co.. Sar. F>an
cigco.
ANDREW F RT7RLKIQ9. Raoatvag.
/^%v R
n 8
PULLMAN ai,KirpiO CAR*.
A LAO A M I UIKISO ( AH«.
luiui.tr kLCIPIMU CAH4
—TO—
at. rami. Mtaneap«lt* DaintK.
I ari«. «.r«n<l Forka. CruvkvAaw.
Wianl|»ag, Itateaa And Aiatla.
Cbieago. Philadelphia. Waahlnatan, haw
I*rk, Bo*t*n, and all polata
k*>t and nuuttk.
TIME SCHEDUI.E.
Lit elitet June 14. law*.
TRAINS LPIAVE BKATTI«B—
-for St. Paul and Eaat » ; a» p. MX.
For Spokane aod Local. a. m. and
• ao p. aa.
For Portland. 4:AO a m. and 9 • p. aa
•For Olympia. Oray a Harbor and South
LII' :. <1 % ft.. HI
For Carbonado. I S i n
For Taroma. 4 40 7.15 and It. a, I4L
S p 'iti • 40 p m
TRAINS ARRIVE AT SEATTLE—
From gt Paul and Eaat «.«• a. m.
/From Spokana and Local. S 40 a m. and
From Portland. S:tt and D'M p. aa.
•From rnjrmtrta. Oraya Harbor and
South R£i<l. « I\P *?•
From Carbonado U¥! a. m.
From Tacoma. < 40. IS and 11:40 a. aa:
l:ffl *3O and 1! 5« p m.
•DaUly oxcapt Sunday. All othera dally.
Tkta card oubjoet to ckanga without
aotlce.
Through ttcketa to Jar-*a and China ata
Northern Paciflc StaamaMp Company, aa
American Una.
For rataa routaa and other Information
call on or addreaa
I. A. h'ADEItT.
Oeneral Agent. Seattla
City Ticket o«ce. ooroor Yealar way
anl Front atreat.
Depot Ticket cvfllca. corner Weatar*
avtnue and Columbia atreet
A. D. CHARLTON.
Aaiii'an: General Fa*aenger AaeaL
No MA Morrtaoa atraac corner Third.
Portland. Or.
O.H»H
—AND—
PlS:TG'«^*
flhti sk?jwn
CpMsdred Fwwf S«p«
tail Fret Beeliiiig Cbir Ciri
IVUTL4>U AO CHICAtrO.
Low Kates! yuiek Time,
ror aetara. Uatorr»a:ion rail «• «' a*
| riii A C MAn 113.
dfc
eieeersi t. JM
ftfitt. PoPtliodL 3
NEW SHORT LiNE
OMAHA
MANHOOD fIESTOREO.-^
■B mm at a - * *r., wci \rw f - cv.
■ -w lv -»»»e« c.f t*e t* - *a- e . •.- *. » « .
■ \l\ ly ,\) ti—iif *■— *•*f
■ *n_ llAik t a »Ai*«a» *» ' • i'-* e ' » > »«.-.* . 4 j
■ I iW\ i T-.S-tv Ila a*l u*oe» t>» «r ; < v r.»- . .
■ \~ r v "/ , , • ■■»-.* »*■
■ rTwMiwtiaMiat* «.
■«r ronC aae AFTCW t^M n e»4 t»o aiiaary —«ai aat a- ai^taa
■ cr«»nr ««
riaaaa»« la. > r ' ±UZ.. * ***? f w t-»a«a aok MM a k
fctissi
„. vrtt MCDtCTXK 00. p o rratctaca. CaL
Still the Fastest
U " L " T SbTH^!/^
MOCK BALLAST-NO DCST.
Cnaaatln at DnUtft wft* tha Ma*w»S
«*at Paaa»nga» Steamera.
m V9tnu«,
Tor Sanlt Sta Marie Datroft. Ordaat
Buffalo aod all points Eaat. T'nm
trip 9t a l!fe-taaa,
Ovwrlaod lea raw Saattla 18 p m Caaat
HBO Sja a. M. Overland arrlvaa SeatUa
7* a m. Coaat tine IMp ISL
MPPOS TIJSES KAISHA
JAPAN M\IL
STEAM-HIP CO.
Ragular at camera aarryfng freight and
paaaengera from
SEATTLE
-TO
YOKOHAMA. KOBE.
SHANGHAI. HON'GKONG,
YLADIVO-TOCK
AND AL.L ASTATIC POINTS.
STEAMSHIP XlltE MAHU
WILL SAIL FROM SEATTLE
SEPTEMHKR STH.
For foil information call at City Ticket
offtca. €l2 Ktrat Avanua. Seattla.
A T
body S.aap nign>aa
XJ JLi AJ A roh* the body. When
the body begins to
araate, when lonvm
SI.PFP st.s
kjJJljjLil br ale.-<>iee«n«u>» jt ,*
tsraa tor yoo to lock
to your**lf. I f
r JROU "top tha
I L L IF drain and aieep "ke
k. 7IAIA I|i I the Juar you must usa
the great r*fiedio
treatment Hudyarw
PJ » '<>* ■.•.■"l'' RURE*
VI |i fc I' dio-treataient .s ttoa
uiJljLi OB *.a rrand i
e;>eelßc, and it wJU
ctira you.
SLEEP mm
KJ m i JLi JLi A Fali.ng B<>na«.iooa,
Korvoua Debility.
Nervuua ExiMiustion,
Ol T 1!l 1.1 ¥\ k of Cajvu lty.
r-J JJ MJ W-A A matione Neu
rw: h-nia, I»aaea.
PaMlng Powera an,l
HT I \ of Nerve
p p.I ** TC * Hudyaia • irvs
►JJJ 1 iJLiJL X* '.coc'le,
ar.J dsaea*"» brought
ai-out by abuaea
fa T You abou.d certainly
I, H P I v * r ,ht> Hudyaa
hJ yjljLjL and Se v.taJiaed. Yoa
can learn ail about tha
Kf-'At Hud>aa~you
\| , H |< \* f Of* of the great
kv mJMJM Jm HiddjrAJi- 'ijr calling or
wriilnff for
j HCDY.4N CIH€CLARS 1[
HI'DSOX MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Sioektun, Market and KllU 8U. t
Blood Taints Show
Pimpiea. ——
Copper-Color* J Spo'.a, ——
8or« Mouth, ——
—— flun> Threat,
Veiling Hair. —-
Enlarged Lumpt,
—— OAmhUar Lumps. —•
Skin Eruptions,
Part!*l !*>»» of Eyebrow.
—— Bora Kyca. ——
When fn thla condition don't gj to hot
«prs>ig* - go to the old d > ! -»r« of Hwlaon.
tcu can aomatlnwa arreat the p nius la
thirty day*.
J BLOOD i
I CiRCTLARS I
\ FREK. /
Call or WriU>
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Stockton. Market *a4 Dili «n,,
S\N FRANCI3CO. CAL.
«• . a > " *• '■* • e~- «**»ea<)*»
r--m*4f f r !«*■- *M«t,
AjV '!>
v
JHV M . » mm
(Cj M* m •«»«•♦»
♦«»»«««■ kmiM, t»*«a <rt C« v !-■ « • cimb
1721' • >«' v -»-•■ - •
wiA .-Mi- mm b J
r a *. awH ♦*
'
■ C.T» «r r*% :««t
I iwt VitfnF ,8i MAXHO D «.... lt>
l''™» ' re» red. A.; it*.
i-» u: ar to Bta, etc.. »jr»,» c-, -j
by IXI>APO. tk« i*«il H ' .00 r»*»Jr
W'.t* wriOaa *4*rar.tea ».e c-ra. fry
'(•war? * iniax't l r«i Co,
THK BBATIU POCT-DfTKIIJGENCEB. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. t«96.
; TRADE AND SHIPPING.
FORECAST FOR FT^IDAT
fmltai Aif A y*
Fair; oooier.
a «. PAGme. For*--*« t * r -
U. 8. - A®
nut WHATHKR BCRXAT?.
DATLT ?»rxT.irrrN.
_______ Seattle. Aag U.
*? j ? wt -«- |
3 |s« ■ ' 5,
a i #* <- w j sr
-i 5 i ~ 2
■ •» _ r* ■ 1
FLACE. ; r 3 8 3 - •
i : ? "3 s s 8 . •
.: * 5 S - f s
i- - : i: • * t
I : : l*| : i : ' : ! :
« ; !t jt I : C • I
rt Canhy VV5* C * .tXTeody
j».«> iim'' .«*p*cidy
8;» icaae ~.»«* «i P* NW L- ■ PtCMy
tf»j'.a w... 3> «■ H s« N « .«»Ptc: 1*
Portland ..SB SIM RE * »Clear
R--*a* '..r* ...» « «? M NT! ft NfeCSear
Haker City. 3«*«. * vff « JOC.**T
Ku»e*a ....»&» «<i SW 4 m Clear
Red 31 air.. » m h s* J9R Lt .••PtOdy
j San FVaa. 3 * <* *s W M( .SfrCioudy
Wiaueafa .JS M Sft SCtt Wl «, .»«PtCi<iy
i Oswerv*tion» raken at at] *tatk>r,» at I
i F m.. Ifcih i&er.daa tint* {I p. en. Pacific
} time.
GSORGF V e
ObaerTer ia Charga
TMf* at Seattle Marker T*d*y.
ITiirh Tlda || Low TMe.
am. feet pm feet: a.m. ! feet Ipciifeet
_» <3 12 3 743 14 4 " JlB ! 4 3 t .<* } i
AT PORT TOWNSKND.
~® 14 t.« 7»10 t ' 154' 39 < I.V 5 T
Seattle. Aur •*- IC*-
Eacharme* *t the Seal lie. 1 a.-t.ai* and
Portland ciemr'.ng houses taday were:
Cle*r*n-r« Ba!*r,c*.
Sea;tie $ 51.064 9T 52».H4 13
TiMtma. »
I Portland HK.SCSOft S!.9«S «
M.irketa were very quiet today, and no
• rharsi»s were noted. The arrival of the
Alaska »t»arner will have the effect of
eniiveatnj: t?:inf» tomorrow.
PORTLAND ORAIV MARKET.
Portland. Au*. 13 —Wheat—Walia Walla,
4S-<jff#r; Valley. 61(£62c per bushel.
PAS FBA>ICISCp MAI'KETb.
Breedttnlf*, Uralns. Etc.
San Fram-t«.--o, Aug. 13. F*lour— Pami'y
extms. C4«;!.;o, baker*' ex raa, JJ.ti'tt
3.J0. superfine, J_!.3.
W heat—tlhlppinc. 93\c for No. 1 and 960
for choice; mlilin*.
Uarlc} -Feed, fair to good.
& •■?*> OCV. n*w brewing. 7r-#rr*c.
Oats—Milling, Surprise, 86c3
31«>2t*; f aiiey feed, jrrxJd to
chn>oe, BSHS«7i4c; poor to fair. 7i
giay,
Receipts-F.our, quarter sacks. 15.550;
do Oregon, 10,971; do Washington, 2,»>;
wheat, cental* «.345, do Washington, 65;
barley, 17.275, oats, L 415; bee«», sa, ks,
I.iOO. potatoes. 2.415; onton*. *l9; bran, 630;
do Oregon, 1.969, nudd!ings. 344. hay, tons,
•><. stiaw, tons. «>. flaxseed, sacks. 32; do
Washington, 2t«; wool, baiea 9; do Ore
gon. 170. do Washington. 50. wir»e, gallons,
> »>; hides, Bjaioer, 412, quicksilver,
flasks, 119.
M.ddli.ngs, 1X6.1S ; bran. $12912 60,
Hay—Wheat, ITft.O; wheat and oats,
$■ ' • cat, I j" "0. river bariey, |4.XXgS;
bf-*i bar;ey, f J. 56; clover. s«4jT.sii; stock,
94 5 s:raw, per bundle; alfalfa,
S» >.so.
Potar >es—Gsrnet Chiles, SC-#«{-; Salinas
liurbanks, SiljfUOc; Early Rose,
river Bui banks, 31 sweet potatoes,
lVait t>er lb
X-getahle® Onions, yellow, 30 6 40-:
ptckle onions. 6 river tomatoes, S)®
sft:; green >kra. 75- per box; bell green
peppers, Chile green pe>ppera,
4A-. as ara»i ,s. ordinary. S' Jt bay cu
cumber*. bay squash. 15<H6c; egg
V 'nt, 4- , v.c; Alameda gr e»-n corn,
1.50; Berkeley do. 75^Slc.
Frn.t- Apples, large boxes. 2a®soc, fancy,
large boxes. 7> - 391; la>ngworth strawbe--
ries, 9?CN: common do. $2i,3: raspber
rie<. S3 3C«55; blackberries, per chest, |2.j-)
©•! 39; huckleberries, per box. fiSSSc; bla-k
single layer figs, per box, «0 *991 bla.k
double layer figs. per box; white
double layer, per box. S*B&k>; peach?*,
per box. 3C*ysoc; do, per basket,
pears, Bartletts, in bulk. t2'>96o per ton;
plun«*. large, per crste and box.
prunes, per bo*. 4>'te«lc: Mexican ltm-'s,
9 *:iC. CaMfomia lemons,
e* r.i, II 7.»5j2, do fancy, 42 #0; orang s.
M• J.'erra: e.m sweets. |I."» 5'2 50. Valer.
cla*. 92 6C:il 60; bananas. t'Q2: pineapples,
I" '!- i>, rs - in dates, sa<64c. nutmegs
&«;;76c; p. - box; eauteloupea. crates 79,
9136; watermeion*. ligio per hundred;
ne ;arines. white, 2f>34<«c p^r boE; do
&i . »sftr; gripes. Fontainb>*u, per crate,
•' '«•; do sweetwater, 60#76c; do black!
' P«r b x; do Muscat. SOOfic; crab
apples. ZHBvoc.
1' .tier P'-kied. I'jri7c; fancy creamery,
1? -; do seconds, 174®'.Jc; fancy dairy, 17c;
do seconds. 15619 c.
Che»-e—Fancy mild, new. fair to
good, 7V-; Toung America, S®lo^
En stem. 12013 c. *
-S ire, lJ®'.4c; ranch, 1-faec; duck
If-"l7c.
Poultry Utra turk?y robbJors.
P-r pound. lire turkey hens, 12iM3<*: yr>ur> r
turkeys, 1 •'?!$»•; roosters, old, s4l#S; do
y»un*. «« '»*>: broils-*. small. SI.H*J- «),.
1.1-**. fryer* SWW 80; h(ns U f
4>< -!uc«» oM, c.fwv-t; do younf. tSCM.
go*Sß*». Si - 5/V r ichors, old fl 2..ai &
pi«soos. young C.aei.si
< los ;i K Quotation*.
\rh«*;-Qu!#t; rv>»rr,ber, H^a.
lUr!ej —Qui»t; December
Br*n -It3f 11S0.
Corn—Large ye!! w, 9f^e«,«.
Wool.
Wool-em Jok; -• utharn roast
poor « month Joaquin and
r ntht. «ue«"
<*64 * J *<3 * . ho!ce. C»y
?' Kan ' ,"» «-jsC~;
£ m 'l* h ' hok*. itf
#H«. Norts »
flops -?1/4c per pour f r old.
Flo * . f
#*•'v*r bars « I • . S;*ht
H'* 4oi ....US4t>4 "let 'rapii "
MtlUlM
Aits . t Julia
JUphft Con i« Justice .. , M „ **
, 4 • P" • k on'!!!" "s
\ " * r 'f i- Wash. Cod.. ..
' ' ' " ••• T! JUt »J
V. -Ichor > 1? no «
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« ~ N a York .. 4 • *"* .
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k : wss Ui y a* se, ooursa of
prt~*+ reftertod * m >i» ton Men t tone re
ihe «te*r ;*i ojt; u on th » pa- t
o? bolA f, ■-eisra mni 4kamtK ■
T »r» t< m *«ry '.ttse r*s, <,f a funeral
C-ar t er. art about the or. > sarfaoa In
flti. .ev» were .ntttoaad mi j*s*
escfcaaire a r- orted »4i»r tore
t« BVtW+jr, tte«(b w:'V>m «l*'>tsMe de
eltafta ia rate*, mm ! the of
tHe rec;»Jar «uar I f • ceat. ditrtdcad
by Vt* Bar a w«*
a »aui!f .: fav^rabla
ftat-ar* «/ r »r»t: «u i d<i;ree of
aa tn«tiA(i a t:» and mise*:U»eo«»B
b-T. is, asi tabataastiAj i.npro v«sitr.ts ia
pr..f i. C>isT.iisloa hoas? was
e*r "%t*d "a a fa:rry _a*j» both Is
»'' No" •» • * | he ate* -
<Me.vm»r,"» bea-ntr upon ti»« teaertai
e"J- ->a* ihe street <lr*«> a favarab.-*
Prtxiuoe, Fruit, Etc
•ecurttie* !a Loadon. and th* Iocs: op*n
fc* 'U 5: r mf. with a no table uiwat
*- afcon cover, rig dtscaratbia. The scar*
substantial guna w*re scored ua the I»-
d-stria:*, although 3*aaariai improve
ment* orcarwd is the railway list.
The advance » the general airte: e al
ia, nated ia fina* half hoar on read
ing sa.ea ' The ciosiag *u heavy, with
net ga_ns of :$J per cent. railway
iKiad market displayed agxrecsive
strength. an a resumption of
and Investment purchases en a Urj»
aaa-e. Tb* mor* important ga'.n* were
• jred by the International wjrfc
th* Atcai*on end Rs*.img bonds cee*t ia
favor. The sale* were lIAWi
Gov err men I bond* acke<i te* t ura hut
held s'eady OB dealing* of •55.W#. ®Liver
certificates touched <*.
Mowr and Eiehuxa
Moesey on cal. ea*y at per cent;
last loan 2H. cloved 2**: prime taerraatii*
paper. CHfTH per cent. Stetitr.g ex
change easier, with actual b-jsitwsa in
hankers* bills at 34. for demand, and
•4 >S ; » for sixty days pos ed rate*. 14.S7*>
fe-4 and 34 commerc al ht:.s.
34.5 C. Bar silver Cose. Silver certificate*,
fee.
ieenv.
t*.S.4a n*w rag. ITS tC. P. Ist* ot *•. 39
%s. new co«»|>. .11l D. tk R. O. la . .!•
Fives, re« Four® 8#
F«ve*. coup Erh> -i* a*
Fjura reg ...lot. G. H. AS. A. <&s.lOC'-a
F-Hirs. co ip . .I'* Seven*
Two#, reg »!>* H. & T. Cen. s*.l<**
Pac. «« of -tft i &.xm 1«
A.a.—i*.a*s A ..!«» M K. T. Ist «s . 7iw%
C .as* B jtV 3e**ond *» 43
Class C *5 i Mut. I'n.on 8* ..SM
Currency .. ..SO i N. J. Cen. G. 5*.11<*%
I-». N't a Coa. 4* SCt Nor Pao. Ist* ..110
>Bo. <(* I«<9 i Seconls I y J
N «lar. «• 119 I Third* «4
Fours >3 , N. W . Coneol* ~l2fi
S. C. Non-d-'unil 1 S F. d«-b. 5« ...Vfi
X«-na. new set 6s 77 !O. R. A N. lsts.l'H
K V-s 108 i R fl. W. Imm ... «6
Tbri-. s i St. Paul Con. 7s. :a
Old Se CO t C. A P. W. sa. UK
Va. Cer.'urie* .. 54 iS? L. A 1 M G.ss. 70
Inferred .. .. 4 St.L. A S-FG «s. SO
Atchison is 71V, Tex. Par. krts .. ..
S< cond A 31V iivconds 16
Can. S«Jath. SJa.lviv U. P. l*;s of '9B. M
So. R. R. U .... 7T-4 Woat Shar* 4s ..101
L. A N. la © : »
Uuotatlna*.
5 I. 9 A E.*• J-W. North*h:*t> ... 914
Atchison l->\; Preferred 14*
Acaans Ex 142 IN. Y. Ctntrt! ... S*<4
Alton A T. H... 33 N Y A V E. *
Preferred j On*. A West .... 12
American Kx ...Jflß Oregon Imp .... 4J
Bait. A Ohio ... Oregon Xav lO
Canada Pao .... it. 10. 8. L. A U. N*. 11
Can. South 43V Pacific Mall .... l"\
Ontrai Pac .... 13 Peoria. D. A E.. 14
Clus. A Ohio ... 13 I Pittsburg SSO
Chi. A Alton ...146 I Puilman l"al ....140
€.. B. A Q 59 Rea tang 9%
Chicago Ou ... Richmond Ter .. ..
Con. G*»a 158 I Preferred
C. C. a A St. L. 2»* R. G. W 15
Col. Coal A 1 ... Inferred 40
Cotton Oil Cer.. fc4 Rock Island .... S3
Del. A Hud 5 St.L. A S.F let p..
Del.. U A W .1424 St. Pau. «44
!» AR. Q. lira.. 4£H* Preferred Ul4
IHs AC. F. Co. .. St. Paul A t>m.. 32°«
Erla 12**: Preferred 113
Preferred .. ..26 Southern Pac ... IS4
Preferred 2d .. 16 Sugar Refinery .10! s,
Ft. Wayne US Tenn. Coal A I. 1«4
Gr. Nor. pre ...107 Tex. P&clfit- 6
C & E I. t>ra .. yo I Tol. A O. C. pre So
flocking Val ... 13 J Union lao «
Illinois Cen .... S* ' U. S. Ex ........ 30
St Paui Jk tAi.. 30 I Wab. St. L. A P. $4
Kan. & Tex. pre 194 Preferred . ... 13
L. E. A W 13 ' Wella-Fargo Ex. so
Preferred .. ..90 i Wt«t. Uaion 774
TAke Shore ....13* I Wheel. A L. E.. 6'*
Lead Truat .. ..174 , Preferred .. ..98
Lou.s. A Naeh.. 4M» M.nn. A St. L... 124
I. & X A 4 D. AR. G £>
Man. Con 734 Cren. Electrlo ... 28*%
Mem A Ch»tn.. 1» N*l Linseed ... 13
M.ch. Cen *6 ' Col. Fuel A I ...
Mo. Pac TVS Preferred SO
Mobile A Ohio.. IS H. AT. C*n ..
Nash. A Chat .. « iToLA.A. A N.M. ..
Nat.
Preferred .. .. 7 ! „ Preferred 10
N J. Central ... 914 So R. K. J\
Nor. St W. pre.. 13 j Preferred IS
North Am. Co.. 4 I Am Tobacco ... 6*4,
Nor. P* - SV -■ !«
Preferrei .. .. 114 Am. T. A C. Co. 79
U. P.. U. AG. l%t Com. Gable Co . .IS
V. S. Cord. gtd. 134 Am. Sugar pre 98
U S. Rubber .. .. iL. S. Leather pr 45
Preferred I
Total Sales.
The total aales of stocks today were 175,-
s*l shares. Including; American Tobacco,
12,900 American Sugar. 79.200; Burlington.
24,400; Chicago Gas. 11.000; Louisville A
Nashville, 11.989; Louisville, New Albany
6 Chicago preferred. 3,3)0; Manhattan. 14,-
!*©: Rock Island. 9,209; St. Paul. 49,w»;
Western Union, UHW; Atchison. 4.100;
Wheeling * Lake Erie, S,aoo. silver cer
tificates. 5,0«j0.
Floor.
Flour—Receipts. 1.3"0 barrels; exports,
3,000 barrels. Market moderately active;
closed with an easier feeling, at unchanged
prU t'B. winter atralghts. 1 3.2C»<2y3.3&.
Wheiit. ,
Wheat—Receipts. 125.000 buehela; exports,
1(5.000 bushels. Spot dull; No. 2 red, 94c.
No. 1 hard, elevator. 844 c. Options opened
active, breaking on liquidation; rallied
and in the afternoon were Arm and fairly
active; closed firm; No. 2 red, August,
closed 624 c; September, closed 614 c.
Hop*.
Hops—Dull.
Wool.
Wool—Quiet-
Petroleum.
Petroleum—Quiet; United closed U. 944
bid; Pennsylvania crude steady; Ohio
crude steady.
M etal*.
Copper—Easy; broker**, *!O.J7%j ex
change. |SO 86.
Pig iron—Dull: Southern. Ho.3&#lf;
Northern, f1".75C12.rA
C r^iso.
Tin- Straits. 2f.1?13 49; plates
(ju.et.
Spelter—Easy; domestic, |3.40^3-99.
Coffee.
Coffee—Options closed steady, nnchangel
to 6 points net derllne; sali*. 7.750 bags,
including September. ST< 75 Spot eof
fee—Rao quiet; No. 7, 11c; mild quiet; Cor
dova, l£C|l94<'-
Srigsr.
? gar-~Stea3y; fair refining, Jc; cecUl
fugal, S'»c.
CHICAGO MARKETS.
Board of Trade.
Chicago. Aug. IS—ln wfteat there was
a fair trade at times, b*rt the market was
only moderately active, the range for th«j
eessi-m t»eing iSc. The early
was due to the better tore of WAB s?r<»e>t
•ecurtt.ea. and then Northw»>#tem receip's
««r* lighter, and rabies only reverted the
decline on this side. In an early rally,
howmver. there wax free an-1 general
liquidation of September, as well U pro-
selling, which cause<l the S«t»-
t> rnber-De«*ember spread to to 4c,
at wh!-h diferwnce elevator peopie came
Into the market and purchased freHy of
the former and caused the to
r, rrow to S4" The wea'her wis c<»>T
In the Northweet and predictions are for
eirar and warmer condltlotsa In the spring
wheat territory. Foretgm-re were said to
amang th- i>< buyers of f tures at
the seaboard Early public ad
vtoM quoted spot 4d lower and future
off u 4 ,d Exports lib'ral, at 39.'>•
b tehels in wh~*t and C >ur. There was a
far cash derrand 00 shipping *<vount.
Cit ing cab'-s quoted Uverpool spo< 44
lower and futures steady to \d lower.
Paris was 5 cennm<-s higher for wheat,
li*:\\n «ea>ty to 4rnsrk high-r, *nl Ant
». rp steady to 124 centimes higher.
There was a ftsir trade earlier in com.
but *e*s doing The fee! nr st the
start wax week, being s contlnustlon of
yesterday's *• nulmemt. after which there
e t» a mole rate rail jr.
Oare—Unsettles! weaker and lower.
Pr-es receded S-" on IwjutdaMon by lores
ir,ii sK-iling by t*e bear*, owtng to the
broak In wheat and com.
Pro\isi r.s. like cereal*. s>«M tower earlv,
g later wrh the grain mark*"*, the
y*m s. -r>wf f a moderate fstn for the
day.
rio«ln« Quotation*.
V - eat-A .g sst.
r. -n-AugWt. 22«as%c ember. 2T*r.
fa*s—Auguirt. l'V. »p9—aber. 13*i®
'l' ■ k—A-.s-:«". 95 tfi Sep-ewsher. 9 s 45.
I *.r4—Aug-jm. «- f»-p'esr,3er B-.Tr->
Ri e-Aasaiß aad September. 99*-4
Rre-Wie.
J^axeeed—
Tim 3-thy—|2.J«,
tJre "took.
Cattle—'T*>say** mles of cattfe were on a
fcasis of RitQm for common native
gra** stears up to H « for strictly e
«Port bewrea. and f*e,tera 3i 4ft#
range sold frealy for feint
ing. There was a good cow and he«fer
trade a; hulls, t. 7S«a*» calve*.
Western range stears soid large
ly a.t 85tr3 jg.
®°t»-Bales were *«ade at mixed and
pnir weight* at 3S*3#AS. and large
we'aht hctts |3fr3 si, not many yoing
ahove isHeavy ler* <Mid largely at
•aan.l met; m weights at K S®fefS..
Sa.»s «ere made of inferior to
chofee itheep at C S«#B. We*t«rn ran iters,
which ccmprt**d the great tnrik of ti??er
ir.**. eold *t BO? "«nb» were in fairly
F»1 demand at tSO4 TV.
sheep, iteet.
POHtIGX MAUm,
Financial.
LwmSob. Aug. U.-Oliver, &%. Con*o'».
New Tork, Aug 11—The Evening Po*t*»
financial cablegram sayst The
**o.'k market opened dull today, on appre
hension a* t* the settlement. No dilfl- j}-
ties were disclosed, however. *ad a gen
eral recovery foliow*d In al! «*xr*pt for
aiirn r.o i». which were depressed by 'he
events in Crete. Amerioans. ,<rter a peri
od of tla'nees. recovered on the satisfac
tory conclusion of the cabled report* of
Bryan's unfavorable reception in New
Tork and on the Burlington dividend.
Were It not that the markets here are
ni>w affected by the holidays, ft Is believ
ed that the riae !n the Americans would
have been greater. As It is. a rush up
in prices is not desired so much «* a grad
ual. steady recovery, snd until the elec
tions are over the market prcrrisea to be
mainly professional in character.
The Paris bourse is simply following the
I-ondon markets, and closed Arm after
dullness. Berlin was weak.
Br a«t»tuflV and <«raln*.
Liverpool, Aug. 13.—Wheat—Spot qtilel;
demand poor; No. 3 red winter id. No,
3 red epring, te; No. 1 California, M 4d.
Future* closed steady, with near and dis
tant poeitions %d lower: August, la 4*»d;
September, 4s October, 4s lOd; No
vember. 4s De -emivcr, 4s Qd.
Corn—Spot quiet. American mixed new.
S» 9d. Futures closwi steady, with new
positions VI lower and distant positions
>43f\d lower: September and October. 2s
fcV d; November, 2s «*»d. Pecemher. 3* M.
tnour—Firm: demand fair, freely sup
plied; St. Louis fancy winter, to >4.
I <>{>4.
Hop*—At London, Pacific coast. £1 15a
London Wool «<alea.
Ix>ndon. Aug. 13.—The sheepskin *ales
opened today with a good attendance. The
competition was fair. Valuea were i per
cent, weaker. Number offered. MO* bales.
Sales in dciatl: New South Wale*. 5 bales,
corabituf and clothlna. £**s4 id. Querns
land. l.l»t> bales; combing and clothing.
Victoria, M 0 baies. combing and
clothing, 3'«9*fei. South Auatraiia, 1.500
bales; combine and clothing. West
Australia. 4<W bale«. combing and clothin?,
Taamania, 20*> bales, combing
and clothing. sy v 3 l »d- New Zealand. ?*0
baies; combing and clothing, 2\tf4Vl
Punta Arenas. 130 balea; combing and
eiotaing, Buenos Ayres, bates,
combing and clothing. J\s44<l.
MARINE NEWS.
flan Francisco. Aug. 13—Arrived—St r
Farallon.Yaqulna bay ; echr Marcla. Hono
lulu: sir City of Puebla. Victoria and Pu
get sound points; Br str Coptic, Hongkong.
Cleared -Bktn S. N. Castle. Honolulu.
Sailed—Str Mackinaw. Taeoma.
Hoqulam. Aug. 12:—Special. —Sailed—
Bkt Tarn O'Shanter. from Aberdeen for
San Francis o; schr San Buenaventura,
from Hoqoiam for Redonda.
Hongkong. Aug. 13.—Sailed— Empress of
China, Vancouver.
WATER FRONT NOTES.
Movement* of St«*amer» and Othar
Nor.-* of Intormt to Marine Men.
E. F. Sweeney's yacht Axrie has been
flited up and is lying out In the bay.
Steamer Walla Waiia was at the Ore
gon Improvement bunkers yesterday load
ing i.OOO tons of Franklin coal for San
Francisco.
Schooner Charlea E. Faulk, Cap! John
Anderson, cleared at the local cussoms
house yesterday for Suva. FIJI, with a car
go of lumber from the Port Blake ey mills.
The press of business between Seattle
and Eagle Harbor has kept the sttarn r
Alta moving lively. The amount of freight
was so lares yesterday that part Of it
was loaded on a scow.
Steam schooner Yaquina. the pewder
vessel of the Pacific Coast Steamship
Companv. left San Frsncisco last Monday
for A'aska. with a car*o of explosives.
She will stop In her* on the way up. and la
expected tomorrow.
REAL estate trassfers.
Transactions Rlnre .Tennary 1 and for
Tweferday.
Real estate transactions since January
1. 13M, are 49. There were filed fbr
record yesterday 6 deeds, aggregating
t1,461 Following Is a liet furnish-sl by
the Dally Bulletin, room 19 Occidental
block:
Margaret Mclnnes to John M-Innes,
lots 3 and 4. hlk S6. Wood's suddlv. Green
Lake a<H July 22.
Anne TiK>m#on ct ux. to Charles H.
Brown field, lot 9, blk n. D. T. Denny's
Park sdd. July 31, sl.
Esi*«be-th Baker and hujlband John W.
to Martha H. Preston, iter ee aec 1, 39, 9,
40 acres. Auguat 12. Wes*.
John Gray to Sallle M. Gray, lots 19 to
blk 1. Jan ea' dfv. Green add, Au
giiet I. q c, 91.
Jar ib to George Dorn, n4 ot
•4. se se sec 9, 3, 4. Augus* 4. 9513.
015 to s»n Franclev». 913
From Seattle. Including to Tourlat
sleeper, from Portianl. 524 firs*-class. In
clu Mng berth In Pullman sleeper, from
Portland, for train leaving Augnat irh. at
9:69 p. m, and August 16th, at 4 40 a m.
T-'keta to all poln's Kvst throtjch Osti
fornia same as Northern lln*s flo?jU»ern
paoiflc ticket o";-« Flret avenaa
T!ire« Train* Dally
Tha North- Western line have three daily
tra'rw between St P> U and f'hl ago if
r ,>ur train from the We« should be la'e,
and you don't connect, reco!:~>t It's less
than two hour* to wait. This it an lm
cortant matter If you sre in a hwy. F.
Yv* P*fker, PJ?e* ageot. 401 First
avenue, Sea'tle, Wash.
Annn «1 Excursion to ttw» <>o**n.
fvr, j* jr lay. A -giis*. the Northern
r «rill give a grand excursion from
Rvattle to W sat port and the heach. the
ttde r>»tng right r»et day. rare
fjf«) for tfee ro nd trip. Tickets now on
asi« a: N. P. <»«■"»
limrslff* te the Beseh.
Xh# Northern Pa fft are now making
« rate of one fare for the round trip o
Aberdeen and t>tos?s. Tl keta on sat
every day. Nothing pleasant than a
visit to the grand Psclflc ocean
Don't Ml«a
The hlcycnaW ex.- jrslon to the heach
on Sunlay. Aoguat I*. Blkea carried fre*.
Oreat bicycie meet. Tl kets now on sa e
»t Venhffl Pacift om?es 9> <99
f.>r round trip, which Include# aoat fare,
rain srtil iaave Seattle a-. 499 a ro.
ideal Holiday «enttrig.
When yoa *ke yo ;e vs-a'lcn. don't for
'he Northern Pactfle are making ex
r-rvlon d * l!y fo e°d
O>« a. Sarf ba'hin*. Wtyclitsg and
everything kali
day will oe found there..
Eic«r*len«* to la*e f*r**r<o*nt.
C*»pißg -ad flsh:eg parties ef five or
■vara -an obtain reduced rates to and from
Lake Cree-ar.t by apg.>ir.g to Jamee Mor
gan. age-t Straits Sieatnih.p Company.
T es.er de:k
B -end as much time aa ywa can with
£oor fosria. hax>dle -haen o'«o. and doc'l
ri r.r»-»tri frlgfc'eo t^gnu
EIGHT MILKS WEST.
Thf Alaka Boaadarv Saul to
Have Bet'U M< v< d.
RtCH GOLD PLACERS LOST.
A Sttftlng of Territorial Porier Lln«a
la the Vicinity ot rortr«MUa
i i*ok cm tha Yukon.
Pert Townarnd. A jy. 11-Bpe - *l.-The
Canadian airveyor* hav« *h.f ■»! tha
bouaoary lin* betaeaa tha NoriSweat
terr ory. Canada, and Aiaaka frcia :hrea
to jtht mliea to tha w««tward. and now
tha: atrip o# tartitory. embracing
aoxna bf tha richest go d plat- er mmas
in the world, and ,ft heretofore «aa
cor.siJcroU :o be within i. ; trd Sratea
boua.t*ry, .j unJer iha ; irt#d . tjon of
bar raajaaty a govern-jimt. With tha
tranafer of :he dag to Br'uah
went ovrr IXX) miner*, atia ara now pay
ing a *roi«l min.r.g ;a*. &.\ to tha govarn
mant of tha Norihwavt territory. Though
thta new# ia of apparently a samaationai
character, an>i wou. l proNably ba oonaid
are«i. at ftrtt thought, a* an unwarranted!
ctHKfeaton, yet it *** told in tha praa
en.a of a doaen thia morning
on tha steamer Roaaii*. bound to Victo
ria. by CapL WlHlam Moor*, a vataran
of Bnuah Columbia, who haa ;he contract
from rha Ottawa author;nea to carrj tha
Brltiah ma ia between Victoria and Fort
Cudahy. North wast territory. Under
*y«eoitlc queatiomng tha iMait'menta were
reiteratod to tha Poat-lnteiiigedcor eor
respotvlant. Capt. M ora oaid;
"The boundary Sine, that ia to say. tha
boundary line heretofore partiy eatab
lUrhad between tha two territorle* by tha
surveyor* of each country, has been
shifted in tha vicinity of Forty Mile
ore<ek and tha upper tributaries of tha
Yukon to a line of from three to
ml'.ea to tha westward. All of Miller and
Qiacler creeks, beside parts of many other
stream*, are now within British territory.
ITof. Og'.iTla, ona of tha moat ••mtneiu
practk-al acienttsta In North Amari> a, de
tected tha error, rectified tha m.stake.
compiled and asnt hi* (laid notaa to Otta
wa. and l* now watting for tha United
State* to aand In a party of engineers to
check up the work jointly with his own
party. The chief of tha mounted polica
established a patrol service over the ter
ritory. and has bean co '.actmg a miner'*
tax of from every o.a m holdar. Bome
of the Amert.-an miner* at first were in
clined to be dissatisfied with tha chanae.
but when they realised tha immense ben
efits derived from tha police arid govern
mental protection they gladly accepted
the situation. In this manner at least
aa» men had their flag transferred over
their heads. There ia no doubt that Prof.
Ogllvle Is correct In his calcu atlons. Ths
ciianga tak*# from Aiasfca two eacepUon
aUy rich placer streams. Glacier and Mil
ler creeks. On tha latter stream a man
by the name of Miliar, who came out with
me, after eiyhteen months' work, went
down the Yukon river and to San Fran
cisco with 3fiS pounds of gold du*t. val
ued at ISs.TTi In the same par'y tha com
bined w«nght of gold dust «u tbout !,S»»>
pounds, worth at least ISW.OW Neariy
one-half of that amount wa* taken fro.u
Miller, Qlacler and other croek* now in
Canadian territory."
CapL Moora said that tha Yukon was
destined to become one of the richest
mining centers In the world. By occupa
tion he Is a miner and was among the
pioneers who worked the ro<kor and cra
dle on the American and Faather rivers
In California, and afterwards. In the late
Bfl*s, ho went to the Btlcke«?n river mines
and participated In that excitement,
On the u»D"r water* of the Yukon river
th«r« are exactly forty tributary*, and
every stream bear# go! 1, some, of cause,
tnjch richer than other*. Heretofora tha
areat obstaele to overcome was the ahort
working *-ason. scarcely three months in
duration. The miners have discovered a
method of extracting the gold from tha
river bottoms, rich In glittering nuggats.
When the around la frosen srd the
stream* sre solidified with ice, the miner*
scrape awav the th ck n'•■«« s- d lc». ex
posing the gravel beds, tn which big fire*
are built. A# the earth I* thawed. It I*
dug out, and deposited in a ajifi* place to
be washed when the freshet# come. In this
way tpna of rich cravel are from the
be Is of th# (streim*. which otherwise
would be Impossible to work. It waa from
the bed of M.lier creek during 'he airier
season that Miller cleaned «p nearly
The miners acem to think that better re.
suit* are derived from mining In winter
than durlna th* #ummer. when tha
streams are areatlv swollen from tha
freshets oomln* down from th* vas' de
posit of snow on the mountain tops."
"How about transportation to th#
m.'nesT* was asked,
"At preaent the freight rat# l» !• cent* a
pound from Pu*et sound to tha Yukon
B:MN. But do vou know that tha con
orructlon of thirty mllea of narrow gaii**
rallroai from the b»*d of Lynn canal to
tha lakaa. through Wtalte pa#a. which la
ISM feet above aea level. and 1.4» faet
lower than Chllcat paa«. would enable
freirht to be ahippad to F'or+y-M'Ja cre»k
from Puffet aound bv conttnuoua water
and rail tranaoortation. at a coat of tl>«ut
1 cent a pound? In addition to the rail
road. two !l*ht draft river and lake ateam
rr* *f>olf! be required. if that »ervl<*a
ahouid h* eatabliahed round cnmm .jura
tion with th« m'nea Ortuld be had «*very
thirty daya Then. too. all of tba trafTo
would emunat* from P«*et aound and
Brltlah Columbia. loatead of the Yukon
river and down to dan Franrlaco. Tha
party numberln# over 100. of which I waa
a member, that w<*? down tha Yukon rtv
mr to California, had ISM.OW in gold, and it
la aafe to aay that It found tha elr> ilatlin
channeia of Ban Fraaclifo. If wi had di
rect overland communication to the mine*
aa I »ut**«:ed. Pufe? sound and Rrltleh
Columbia would b« tha beneflelarl<*«. In
stead of Waa PVanclaco."
Capt. Moor* laft Victoria early in May
with sixty pounds of mall for Fort Cudahy
Ths dangers of his trio across tks snow
covered mountains, over lake# of lee snd
for 7W ml lea dow* the Y«l"*n river, whteh
wa# lammed with ice. was full of e*eue
m-nt Used to Arctic travel, careful and
cautious, the old mall carrier. nf»w drift
ing down the shsdv #lde of three a'-ore snd
ten year#, brsved ths danaera wh' h -o*t
no teas than ten lire* la*t vear. and safely
reached h!« destination, tak'nr to 'h min
ers th* first new# from the ou?»!de war I
that they had received In seven months.
Provision# wer# ver* low at the ml"-#
las' winter. h» #*!d. I>ere wa# an abon
dance of flour, but no haeon. canned *<--*!#
or other edibles B«-on was worth 79
cent* a poind, and other good* in propor
tion.
j*r. tha C«nal!an #n
tfn*+e. c*nv owt with <"*pt Mtwr#. h#*r
inar tmprtrt*nt d!»r»at«h«» to ?ha Ottawa
g ,rerrrT>*nt r*!af.'*a to th# kooadwy atjr
▼«»y. H* to dtwuaa tl»» altuaton,
«r>d »aid that h»» «r>vernm»r.i *u ?h*
pr-,ty-r pla<-« to at»piy for in'ormatlon. In
m f< w davo O»ot. Moor# wflj leaf for V '»
Cudahy Main wiih th* mai* Th« «
h# r*m« out by th« way of tha Tokoa
rivr waa that ft w*» Unpoaaiblo to aa»
c**jd :H# r»ver mflM ®«a!n*t floaMrsr
»<-* »n1 »f im o«hrr Hit
i*in. William Moor*, to now O» tbo WAY TO
Fort Cudah* wUS mall. and » 11 * pr>babir
r*tura by th* wm* of WW!« pa«* »#4
Lynn canal. !h« w»r h« want tn.
Qnfoo VW*orla Thanh* l«»r «*uhj«« t*.
Tymdon. Aw* Victoria *•* 1»-
■u*d a to tha na f ton, thanksr*
tr-m for th*lr npw ori of loyalty act
»*"-»!-m *• th* period *T>?rw> -h*« at •
Irr jrh of wbfh h*r i*s«n wU h»*« »*-
c«w«j#d 'hot of any oth'-r Knrttafi mooarelt,
*>;» **k\ng ti.at any na.t:»?»al rr. , »'hr»*i.»»»
not t» until aha haa com*
X» f sixty y«ar* of nor r«*n. Quc-ttt
Victoria **• fliww«l on Jan* S, MM.
t'Xigraas of A$ n m'ir* at ' h»«*a«o.
Ch *eo. A'jy li—Literal# and fr*«
fHtnlu"* f»rw» all parta of tho world »r»
pr-pann* fir t oonr - *** ♦' '««■' lr « I
caro N>'«mN>r U. 14 and W. K O. In
gorwftli and all tho pr/mirent Amw; .»a
Üboraia ax* axpectod. lira B««ant wui
com* If DoartM*. O. W Foot u4 Chart**
>v of England have already prom*
*® h* m hand. Th* Intention <• to
hars a reunion and JoUiAoatfoii ot lui trim
thinkers, and to *vety country on earth
r*a boen »!»n» * n arlnvcm to h* pm«L
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
WOTM, BUTLER.
W. JL McCabe. Tacoma.
l«a-»e ! vaifao.ir Ivao*
S. It. Houm. Port Tdt-asMiJ.
J. P. Stewkleteoh. Portland.
Se»tl WurM Port Omu»M«
Josooh Mi-Oat*. Tk-oom.
rge W. Towib. &ut tYuKStMa
< •crs*' H. twliatury, C»n:ral;a.
I'. ***"
M. H. to»*a, VkMlli
E. L*vy, Chi,
J. D. Riley. Slieifon,
Mr# M. 1 iiiwr. New Ys>rl
Mm C. New York.
Mra. H. K. Block.
C. C, Mo M Aba; Stan Kiti.ciatu,
W. A. smith. Tot* ka Kan
T. R. Roinn»«>n, Chi-"a*.x
Mr*. C*p. Hurrpfcrr) Han Ptwnstgca.
Mr*. RoMnson ait dfeughtar,
X. K*ultnan. Juneau
La* er t tppenheimer. Jucsam.
J A. K -h+*i«r and wif«. si«cJn«a
JC« ..k;: son. :>(>ok»n*.
M « Jennie \l4h>n. .-Hwkan*
Miss Ann** MarOail. Swi. JVincl^ca
r-hao P. Jawf»«n. Wailaca. lJaft*.
Chares f. Dyar anl wif*, Alaska.
tiaocv* Ki. M S auia; a, Port To*a*«rfl
I*. B. Hasting*. Port fosnaend
Mi*# Lit»f UunSai*. lUimm OJtJk
R. t. Ward. H«-»arty. B. C.
J. Kinswanrer. it. Uhiui
J. C. «*• rtdara. f\>rt Town— 04.
H. o. IWe*. Victoria.
£. ft. MvVord and » fa F*4rh*r«h
Mr*. Fred «'Sock, Chicago
J. C F. Gordon. Bar PranoUMMt
J. W. Krwia, Han Ftwnciao*.
w. C. WVeka North Band
HOTTSL NOftVHDIMk 4
J. F. Hart. Ev«jvtt.
S r. Putnam. Chi -<c*
J. £. Ha a Wava Tarorna.
C n, "aa*. tMtiwsuik**.
H. A. LiU.ar. Tfc jma
W J. MliiMß. Taeomft.
W. H, \vt jw>u. San VranoiMfe
Mra Wi;#oa. San FnanoUw*
F. U Barry. Ca.if»rni*.
Ju ufcjn D. fVwara v tali for* in.
M. MoJntyra. Aitaka
A. W. OtMjer. Pa«) J«Nk Oik
T. Kno«i«w.
W. It. cnioa#a»
K. O. Wa..ian*. )«Kmt!ta«k
11. ilMtartv. Bnoh<>nu«lk
V. Johiuvon. ASaak.t.
H C. Kaith. Alaaka.
Jam*a Muuirhaa. AiaalMk
F. A. liariiatt. Port TofMßt
M. J. Urimtuont Ohica«a.
l>. McXa.iar. Whatcom.
Uaorga ■ Jrafton, U>ad«L Bn|Ua&
Mr*. Ora/t«x\. Ix>n<ton.
T. R. riamlnc. )~Wirhar«o.
J. W. Mufc«v ■ tst, la.
W, O. Youn*. Aiaaka.
KCT ICNOUiNI) HOTBU
W. p. Danion. Trafton. Waak»
1« K. Umitr. Btaine. wash. *
A. A. J. OlUa. B«*dro, Waalk
J. M. I2*via. Anatortaa.
R E rman. Hamilton.
H. C. Jonnaton. San
C. <l. JkMckaoo. San Franctaofc
N, M. n«rtram. Juneau.
\V. J. MoFbeiaun. CHf-
Jark Mi l«iu*hlin. Juneau.
tJtforga Vauann, Juitaaa.
AnJar»on. Juncauw
Tom Donllaoa. Junaau.
A. Mawka and wlfa. Junaau.
11. A. llardinc. Junvau.
Mai m Bvnaon. Juneau.
W. 11. MUlar. fx** Ancala*.
r W. Ton ant. lUrtfoi ». CoMk
T-f. M. Ala**r;ilar. San Kr*n.-;*.-o.
M'lliiam A. C*mpWl and wife, Kvara
Mra C. M. Uti.aiy, H'ifaft. Waak.
t'Aiii Lavuy. Trafsoii, Wash,
J. I). f<ai!ay, frt'tion. Wash.
R.UNIKH<JKA.VD HOTB*
J. 8. Fhliutay. Chicago,
r, a Dlektaaoa ami arifa. N«w Yarlk
C, £. ll*Ur>(, Kanxaa City.
M. D. Orore*. St I'atil
K 8. Bromn. Minneapolis
W. A, l.'ndleraood. Now Torh.
I'remcr., Mora*. t T , S C oaat
Homer P. Hitter, tt. 8. Coaat Survay.
Fr«-d A. Yout;#, U. 8. Coaat Bunrajr.
Owen B Fren h. IT. 8. Ooaat Burv«y.
J. J. Barber. Portland.
It. E. Tlertnan, Unit, Alaska, ,
Homer Pannook. New York.
A. N. OurlbaretU v
if. Q. Thornton. New York.
O. 1». Hraman. Boaton,
M. C. Mead and wife. Marlon, T«4.
o. H. K.-Ufr and aiie Marton, lnd.
Mi*» Edith Kel!< r. Marlon. Ind.
J{. M. Drown. Milwaukee.
Mia* L. H. T uJ. rwood. Sail Cllfa
Mi*a Vloiat Whitney. Oakland. CaL
Mri. AV A. Malt City.
Mia* Nel lan. Salt Take City.
Ceorge W. Hoyt »n«l wife. Portland.
(Mr*. Theodore Nicolai. Portland.
Mi*« «.'iidllp, Saw Weatmln*ter. B. G.
J. 8. Mitchell. San Francl*co,
A<lam M. Ooilln*. Han Kranelteo.
8. SSlkale. <**ka. Japun.
N. Ktt k iva»ht. <»aak*. Japan.
<l. J. Doyle, Vancouver,
Mra John An a. N>* Havan. Conn.
Armon A. Alllna, NVw Haven, Conn.
M. D. Hutl *ni wife. Chicago.
Jatrra H< n'on an<l wife. Honolulu.
Mr* Annie Writ. Honolulu,
p. M. Tinnard. Holland. B. C.
E. M. Shustfr. Waehlngson City.
HOTEL DIULER.
K. O. Enaleh. Mount Vernon.
Frand# Oermaln. Bvaratt.
Mrs P. Oirmaja. Everett.
11. Hla- kman. fttiofcomlM.
C. H. Bruce. Kit
I*. Harlow. H>><]ulam. _ ..
Thema# Bnaoahneeay. Burlln#tMk
Henry Dunn. Nortliport.
Chatie* 11. Durgan, Stan wood.
John Harter, Sanwood,
W. E. Haibert. Mount Vernon.
J O vMat)»a*on. Wool lay.
E Ci. leaaca. Aiaaka.
■WtUtani Oichard. Alaakn.
P. r**»*oe. Ala*ka.
J R. Brat.ar.ey. Tolt
Miaa MoUie Barrett. Port BlalMMr.
Henry I. Badfar. Anacortwk
Walter Cr<- katt. Coupevllla.
T C. Nevina.
illae M C Sevlrta. QetchelL
K. P. Draka. Minneapolis.
*' Thr»»-*aen. Oranlta Pall*.
W S. Ward, Bvdney. N. 8. W.
W. fO. i'erklnaon. Mount Varnoo,
JC. O. Engiiah. Mount Vernon. .
It. Black nan. Bnohomlah.
Ift/TOL BTBVENB.
C M. Pltfcn. Anaoondn.
K. J. Duryaa. Evaratt.
M. F, Moor. Bt. Paul.
K llpnei San Franelgoa.
M 's Anaror'.ea
Mra. L, J <Jre#nwalt, Worth Tdtak
Mra. Oa«»re* Meadowa. Evafftt.
Mra T J BbarmgJk Ba*ia Harhar.
J, F. Olaan Pair,•van.
iJJra. H. W Kanal.
Mr anl Mra Vmmm.
M « fare. Kana4
Mr*. (/Mara Oltv.
11. W f . Ho-lan. Han Fraaaiaoo.
O 8. rta.omona r*hk-agw._ . .
Mra H W Hol-lon HaA rraadao*.
Mim flktlotnona. Chiea**.
1* A. Holdan KanaL
J R Hoff. Kanal, H. L
Wiillam Ho'rtlan Kanal.
F. A. Ta« >»a.
j K Atharton. 8t Paul. .
I>. Murpny and wife VWork.
Mr*. I. Wa*.h Port Toaoaaad.
Mra C J Andrea Vtn* TuwMMA
•H B. Po imar. PmSa laSfhfc.
i" < j'. Bnohomiah.
T J. Potter San Frawtaco. _ „
Mra J « Mann and dtr. Pt. TmH#4
R 8. Rawaon. Beaton
Mra M. C. ftuna. Chautauoua.
'I a"«nia Arrlvala
TACOftfA HOTBT^
Mr and Mra H. Pollock. Naw T«H
V ¥■ Pa**a. Victoria.
M warrava. Vk-torln.
j,< .« l>',namatr. Vlrtorl*.
J B M-nt#on»ary. PortU»4
A. Benadicu Portland.
K. Petara, Martina*. Aiig,
W. A. N«w Tor*,
ft W ManitobiL
C. Wadenfal'H. Ban Franctaca.
Mo!!la V. Oaitner, Prndleton.
j W. Ban born. Kaft*a» Hty.
Ouiaappa, Lodt, P«y»
R. W. Ijunamuir, Victor*. •
R. D. Harvay. V!-torla.
C. W. Oambla, Victoria.
J. E. PooJey, Victor^
A. K K*»r New Yof*.
H. D. BpajMttna Pa'JL
J Davta, New Y >rk.
ArrKiid »*#»♦.(J*
W H. Prewar. Naw ffavta. C -oa.
Jiiltre Allyn. O^ympia.
Ban Sheen*. City.
T. M-aul. Qtr.
Walter i. Bait City.
B*m and wif». Wan FTans»e*
Jamea B <" # »e. Waatot Maafc
W. a. Dowaay. Saw York-
C. D Hel* g. Xew Yorlu
r , , ar : »• **■ Oatratla.
Mr and Mr*. F. B. Wcklnton. Naw York,
r » «rA!li»'«. Vaw Tork
Oeorao 'J Burton. Ban Francl*c*k
A. M »t*wart. City.
A r. gnoadan. Ci'r.
H C. Braodt. 81 P»uL
Mr and Mra I»oana. Dan*#r.
A W DMh, r>-e M !na*. la.
T E. Brahni. Wtikeaon.
Jatnaa M w s,w Tork *
D. It. Straw#. R ralya
J Buraaf anger, 8f lywilg.
(l*»rc« garrla. Boa too.
Jaxna* Portland,
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