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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, October 24, 1897, Image 23

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Jist How a Wan Feels Whirling Tlirougii
Space on the Largest Wheel Ever Built,
Described by Arthur F. Wisoer.
j wa* selected v itier tike lanree- *rvd
map aoc'lerl bi /yia hi the w<>rM b^-
I took par in the bu:id:ac ef
tr t I been fteert.i* matt:-
Cjtkm tron ur.d»m* op to Beaten for a
** jmr- pa-e mahiac aad k «a. la
I hare wo. r-aety-etaS; prta** » *
(caeusd «Jt I asn r, ;t rliih yet. beina Mfll
yj-ad a* ac a?sa?eHr try the aacicat aad
ra U.Ji-d of the L. A W
TH* »»a%*' -JO O* BEIA* ah-JT through »pa «
Ijte a SM£'- * thril'iaa. Aa tn-
to! *«sc ntay mean a certon*
una IT" 'T if »=-' to
Wiw#" bit then you don't thin*
ffthttewer i *!a»e Coin* at a great
a ma* a yow f»-eil «> if you w*r» rtd
pg W the -urine of a *r*;a. twi* ft r^no
M**: irm thf firj«t time is ptbijshei* a head-ox view of the
DB EMi l PtX ARTH kt F. WINNER TESJ-i< OF ITS DANGERS
*y * a< te4 N- w Tork artac Copy r_aht.-i Lxa.> Syndicate. i*.
*** l ■*»7 and ns-xMhly Tfcer<* t* no **f
'•* tt» a.ddi' *t »n It dors ant 4o t« N
*' 12 Mrnwi ib 4 oCi# k«i to |hi- th« ml
«*a b* ah . att-nt •a. p!.>*tnf off to
•• r»*>i stand doa't ro In fa«t. the flret
**• 'i»w [ «sntM r f trll vhttvr there
**» a grand stand or not. an.) I har<lly
1 was pi > •
**•* «*• a» It pUywJ All the Has*
* m tj. 1 (ftd m.tny »th I
r *>a* y*tty faat rates of Rwed. though
* ri ** tw« b 4kr * quarter in th.rtjr «»o
*#nM Q!n» N w i'-at !he taia
h so :JK.ro .4}*;* tcmconi-d to thi# b.*
••en m ay *»rk u rot to hard u It
*m Tni cannot h>ld yOwr tonaae between
*-w t#eth. ,w the# y m wo«W bit#
* *9 t.vr yew have to pay tttoidn Ail
'!* the* and ; a canst '. ak* It easy but
•#* taanot do th t' with x #••*?'-! „->t eith- f.
if tber» any time when you ha*e any
■*Wo« «rf <*,: niter, s* fa when passing an
«rs#r tea® r sir <!♦ rtdar. b- a use If any -
feow hajn *«J th«?n and you are on the
*ttMi th» w . »# r of ».s «ouH f> 1 •>«
"P •# them an.< t»#fj ther* wnuM l* A
*cru!.-!j t Xi N . n at th.» be* nr..--*
i.*® tea you _>f the first trial at the
* t'sfcaa track.
*# t>rt • > to t' # track by a
P*W of Wait ham ,;e* wh-> rather »*?'-
«! "a *::»*** 4 ;lo~t?ua ffaiTur» Th *r»;
ft t fcaJ f.--ur BS«a BP be--;»!<°S BJttif,
J*; 8 * l h» fl*e * •at1«i?»* < « Just to
*•* the work*! a.-ui to |rt r*« of th*
•**
•<* »* w»rit *-r rr *V'* t* 'k
y ! fo-jr;d th«- »t« pin* r«ry diSkmr
y* B fcr ••. th» novelty of tho ma
<s®'* *3nt ay mn notnrottaßeoo the
aai! ■ f\'r% hjpJ The -e*t at-
was ir.i'- ■ h *r»r. sip T*«t *'»
« mr+ief 4- • ; n_ rh- <S * .Mfnl
*** r*»e 4- -s | -* It f-o frame
« Ka-r • F- »m the "rat I be
*"*< 1 I do the a 1
Of c©'.r«« *. '~—*q was (ocwtttV on
-4S * « > - •'> eeren «*•»*• Uf.
4 «*rt»e.t tn* t . aat a three-m h
** tffr th i*h •- wrnt rMri) bettee th^a
n t --, t ttvl not • rk F*r
The utake w.>re
-t -on the fua forew o?
** t Itasi . < *tart * «. three <m
i *Ne n#
"aist d , ioac Witt « t r
M» ■ th*t t*-se a* h4-.l
"*•»* « ' - balance »wt the
r 8 * - so the pedaPt?* "as
r> "■e«. -r re was greoter »*a*'
a4e •• . 4a was >
LT »k» *1 • tT *ed at *N>ut a cat
* -**+ at- . - ;t ;?ok *r9rr b ?
* •* -jn t!*e froot ah-e'
I *mA t» * , 1! »i tt to preveot a
r on t*se w hee's aa»
rT l **- -•*• ' . 1 a«>t see* to make
•■ne that d«es
t " ' k A a » It rem wire# croot
e *^ 4r • tJt „ aa->d)e tsar at
.4. * ' • ■ K any harder tkan
2*' -■ a-;->a:r* f -
. rv,t»t •» - <%e tea-ee-ater aod
r rn aiea. Ttf
aeJ* •' ' ' ** *r *ne aeerta* k»-
"** ?s e ■ ■• Itrrt t»e W''
/ a-- mi the trs -k
a*« - 9r ~ to. be~
ar ~V *• • ***** ** '
<4 B r* l it aoaa*»H-T
_ -v 2w< 4 .... | } 4. A t hft
a- _ ! -t .-a !*e «j an !
% , ?*' ' * a-- *reji; troat '
at—'". " * - a * 1
•*•' y % :> ta*r
•ad that probably mad* ON* eftneft »T
ta-iaeiee iraarawry bar<t y,..
h»e- the frwat wheel afcoo? two or -Jtree
t*"-' from the poie as the tars* beea*j*e
the rear w!veei :a »;• m «th tioe»r :e the
that if yoa don't watrh j">ar»erf ft
ar*n rttp oe the track about the middie of
the t-'iJTs Tnat J»apf>ei on-"*" et "■# n*
fcthttion of the OrUoe on >M CharVa rtw
traok.
T*»e haadJc- tar a «h<xjt twe«*y-S"v*
tactbe* wvi# and the? totd m« u nvade me
» «* aa if I to «uhra«ie the etarr
er» fUB. the wi!«te w eel# of ftae or tAx
yeara a«n had landie bar* fully a* m d
»nd aotne w«in. Or. b»ocraph pir>
toroa which were tafc»e !aa: week the
Width of the bar doe* ao* look ao aery big
f We went to the Provideß>-e state fair
oe the some day of the first trta! and
tade exhit>ftloa rune tw:,-e a day a
»ho*» week I sreered »*ry time and got
'•** team tn prettjr After a
f#a d.iy* they were so w«*if tr*lne«l to the
n* sr tßic.ru that we asa-tr on- quarter of
a mile in twenty-nine eeronds be-fore Go*
I>yer and oeer #. «* people They say
that the applanar was seraethtr* treicfn
do'ss bit I had ail t eeatd do to mind tny
own ba*fne*e and I t*i»t keard a lot of no'se
srtshou*. r»a< y belnf able to «ay w>«er»j»r
tbey were clapplr < or whether f had the
•arsebe The eery Hr»? start fa ien'*e
we aad a sptlJ. jwtn* to one of the atart-'
ers puahmc the aaeklae sl<Seway* when
' he let fo noho«ly wis hurt, the ma
rhsne e»th*r and ar- were jy and iff
En a Jiff*
lP;t the of at! an t*ie tim«» the
♦ «ra !* pe< • » • ••-> '• * • froai N»w
Tork s-id took r«<rtu- s of the ten -
abater pmnrvg M OtiflW and R rjer*-
on the t?hAr!e« river tra k They »me a!l
the way Tr m New Tork be.*a<;«»> hi« tra.'k
I* probobty one of the best In the : x>un-ry.
It was a pretty chilly day 4nd by the tirr#
tne sua catre oat we wree s!J sh.eer.r*
Tfeea we hat! to rtd • an>'.' 5 th* tra v
ahoat half an hour whi'e th-y tot th#
proper focu*. and as the b< *raph P»ooie
Insetrd or ay keeptts# the ter- -setter run
mn S on the three square from the pole I
feit 1 K .ad ion* a da* s work sfi*i I |M
throa#h L,«t Monday n:*ht when I saw
the ptoture at a Host on theater I keard a
lady say: "Ob. Vxjk at the fcf catipade
W-yc!#."*
Neat we took the machine ta th
JSprtaafierfi rnewC where it wes »t
--kibued by P*r of lean « par-
Ir# !<*»b nß*a.:~* time. P^'
Uw nek* w-ek -a Fh wbea I wi,
to wasi-n? for kb*» reason or Hh r a-: !
»a apt'l sr hteh Hid me up '»r *»r
enl A*. I kaow
w -u.e we w-re »Maa at about t rty se> -
oade p»*r smarter ait> I sudden :y te»- a
lunrk. then t shot thr «*h t"-* air in th
embankment the tra k art tben I was
by a let of *eportere wv sa; t
I was dead l« f* * all the jar-rs •« d I
w* > k ! »d b«t a# 'he* e-W ®* *#«<• w—-«
and as the w->ret I ha*e ked » a bUck
my* I t'-oo t oar# macb.
It a aa-eeeary (>r ail the a-a bp to
r* !r T«rr «:es v and »>« #w a* t»e N-dv
pas» orders as ta speed and dr* -
Da a n<?*sy ft ai aas ta maa. as It a
mnwa>TThte fjr the #t#er«maa to hear e*s
the aid.tie m*a. let at> .ne the a*a- # -be
reer #eat- who a nee-* etsat *arda be
a,a.t The wi*d preeo-'-e a rathsr ar
pleaaat, far the eteerstras a* -bee aH of
it but the <kree brh «d tea a so «s*a:
t-et It eauaoa no (kUfai voaah e mpe
I -!« kim te hreatbe *«ry rrcaiarty. w
t>e See-i w*il doera. #-#e ro« - net -a •- a
fw breath at aIL E*e» t - m*\
1 r.-i't he aoifc-eaba by o«tasd»rs. r 1 »v:e
r 4 n< a iarr* mu.tlceot* ta» steer-man
rr at kse? the fr- nt arse as.-rr.
In# ruth* end left ta preserse the bnU
The lenr-r Uf «ri.->?e '-te wow-r its
m,,- oa aod rbe iese -aakk-e tiae #te»-er has
}rt the asaht »f tbe Nfcly rest oe the
luad:# la re. It ta ai awacaiar *»* a.-*
arf*er-n»*s tie rarta.-e of -he tra-a -
a.-t notwnaMe a the tnders o' the d»--m
--tapta ewlaa ta tte «r**t le-^atb
i h~tre f-srwl the iVttea e*er »tr:.-e ■
w.» ha.-hed. that *.« J-stfaN- C T-a
da* Labor Pay it was sfc-jtoara-; -d »
1 ten aMro sr the praatdwat ar. the fr -nt
nat and the aujyeftaaiai)#nt 0- u«
THE SSATTLK POST-iNTKLLICENuEB SLKDAY. OCTOBER it. 189 T.
By t"s* way Mr Mm *-">* yw><«« «
over ».* fee* is stoHr r fee* aad rs«
sapwrts&tadest ia ««Bwwher*
one. Whea Hk phot 9*?k9fc£ac «»»
eeee we tit* fee* at* -h.a* t# tae
Wa&feUß track f.-r a aai't» trta..
which 1 SAT* already meattoaed. Very
frasy rwn. AITH L*R F WISNER.
4tklrti«« a«4
T>.« eeilafa* a ytcar# at&tere from
nw ■iiiliU petau to of tSse gravest
danger* -h*t thrtaWa 'ft* rtßng g-nera
txm is theae days ef fierce athiedc e»m
po-.aea. There M * tKi~.~ag
&eatr* sat ertfy to d*f<*ot competitor* la
atkWle rporcs, bat aiao to attWhfc wew
reeorda and tfcsa der:re Um&s autj bo? 1 .
w«uj asif»r g« a*=r *V-'.ori«a sn Saadi
e*P -ompetjl m wlift-a ?*e:r power*. to
war i*g>e f®r ach eveaaesta wftl-ra *re be
jw<! thatr reecureea ft is 4 31c Jit H
eseek kM of >asitt«. aad ta* dan
ger* to which :t give* rt*c sail for a coa
ctt&t wfcrrtMi -»X tae train:r„* a* t>.y».
It » Bnier._*--.»e that ve-y ?«W A*>> *
bar* •u& .ts: k»ow,edg* or j-adgmer.: u
na done ire tfttfir owr< .raja.n# They |»t
too many of tneir idtaa about the aub
:~rt nwtlnc the eatan*
ef thorn news-papera wWeh maae a spe
cialty of reporting a detail all the do a**
of profeeas-ma' ataleteo. A paga&st *r.tn
cat of traiain# liwea a vastly dfcffefeat
kind of it?* fr-ae that ted by any d«ea
bo* asd :* I'Miifon. Uk«« a .-oat-a* ■• t
very severe tralnft* to femora to bia
the pow*r* watch tu life haa
▼itiated.
A t>3f, eo 'it* other hand If 'n goc-i
health. is tare a pretty fair etate of In
lag to be«~a with. Ho "M harden fc *
am** l*t by *»ntle and progressive eaer
clae* whi<*!s E~«rf laaaic h.# beart
or hi# lsas» But it ts sot necessary, aad
oortaialy sot safe, far h.3a to :b! i'.«e la
ion# aad hard run« and pmtrarted pe
r*M« of work on bara or at 4sb
»w:r>firr Bto" r-j r.f prat: at starts,
aad the of a *ood gait, are
what the avera** boy needs :n the wiy
ot tratmn* for nitsnin#,
Beoa-jae. o* th» K » for-a- i-* that
mo»t of the large boardls* schooto aiv
ORyactmr trainer*. In tftla they
are fe: w.r* ttse lead o< the csUcgn.
* -h alstoet a hav« phy»Set t- • or ir.en
hytrviy tMtru-ctrd La the rare of the body
a* superrlaors of the athletic work at *he
*»'jd"T!t.« It ia to bo hoped that ocheo's
iter.-raily w<l! foilow this practice. Arh-
M:."« form to larjre. attnetfw. aad b-ne
&• *.i a part of student Sife t« :h« *.► lavn
that they ahoald aot be permitted to be
come a eoarce of alarm to parents.
.% 1 arid of Half.
Portland <Or) At Random.
R*v E H Y»« *.-* m.*tAk*n ah«v
rolf Some worldly-minded parson ha* de
acrlbed It as ~chaalrir a quin.n* pill around
a r*rw-paatur*,'* fern that is laaccunte
CQji.ly wrong Is your assumption that.
b«--ause scmebc-df hi m«M to have -Sr.
:sr*d ti« first eight botes seven sp " it la
therrfora a game of cards, somewhat akin
to ,d iMft." On tlx* contrary it is not
played with oards a: ail, but snth clubs
ba'.is and holaa in tha *ro ."d sod is a
most healthful. Interesting and *w*aresqu*
••evpatlon. affording opportunity for the
eabirutian of Surtd profanity and d- lir um
breedts* stoefcnga. fa speak .ng of um>
psm* jnxi shouid always n»y "goaf. * *lse
you win b* in -bad f orn>' -and tha* means
baire*» :ne*pr- -wsbU in "goaf." But you
a r. .:<f (9 out to "tha Sinks ' tone day.
and *#«
"Pot-lard a golfer* thro' tha affr««V.wJ
uod. *
With • -oked kaaa and gLarvng eyeball
staai "
i mI« r*frii «b* rimf.
Nauaosi Mifira*
"Did I anjy ism piajF* ■*** t'aria
t* k wh> aa* standing a w«t sway
f- an tha cares of I:fa oa tha far* "Did
I »njy the piay? WelL 1 say m.
By gust 1 f*av«r at a raea as I sea
t-wtv Bat taa w ouces woo out. Jia* th"
■a*r
Tha woman. Uriels Eatckr*
TAJ Ton see toot! •* I c-* tntar tha
apry f.ouaa tha Land cu» craw lis* out
. - r •..•»ar stag- an' bag.n law p«ay
Wall a«*» e« thef bac-m >t jday. up
c .was * «>t a' w'jcutr ta'sr tha li-tla stalls
trw aacfc MOa a* th*r »ta<r aa :hry oagun
uUhia' tryia t*r down ta*r
* WaH. fas: thar hrl thougit at had
aa **sy jab. an' at taat*4 along ..he at M
a w.t«k away but jaat when 1 th ugat at
waa taf« battin' on taar and la cocne half
a liMta anorc vkUD'R an' th*y J:a«*d tha
c:b*rn. Ooah! Than band »«r-a t E->«b«ra
agot cm. aa' at **« *t. an' kinder gl*a
Lhs. an' isat aor- o* mj»»y-d along ao •
Be: tar da diatarced. *
•lasr*
"Yaaa, aa' 1 sort o *pact«d all tsar tirno
that torn* tn-'n* tuldlers ud cuas
eu*. hut t3»y d;Ja':. Aa' J\aa I knew
t.i«»r • nr:3 h*d «; all thar own wsy.
* >ir» oac* a a walla, whan th« wtaunin
* .4 a; p ter gu » -b4. th«r har.d 'ud ciurk
u,t a ut aa' ;xc- along lively, hut a
rr «att w«Bm*»n 'ud go at at. an* pasa
■ n Agl- NJ ii»« «r ta.Jua', thet Sand
wet* ft*-it from tha sutrt. *
Thmk «r
TSartin «ur"l Y+r **+. ther land
kind* r a lor.*. Fust one fiddle
*ssl go 1 aa ihea another 'ud jUw in. aa'
tjacn sit a hora or two, aa' taan the
drum *d bang a crack er tew. but
they 4 git ur*d an oce er :wo ud stop
ter emz. aa' then "nother. an "er 'notrier,
'illl on* tme :Sey was ny one ;;'t!e Sd
d.« a s^-ueaa.:i' erltrg trytn* t«r do i't
best. E; werso t eo fw race. T:i« visa-
Oi.a jugat * b««a jundarcappt^i."
• No douSt 7
' -ui et thar j»st I sscst thought
ther band w«r* a' goin' ter win out. V r
set?, et cum "iong ter ther home airetca.
an I set: ther ba.-.d Were
cut, an' so were ther wirnm.a. f#r s>>m«
o them stopped tar look at ther play
bUK when ail t.-» MWi ther baol picks
up an' g<*.ea it hard. J'st resUar npa up
titer a_r an' fib '.her house w th boj*. au'
ail bangs away ter occet. Say! the: wers
fitsf*
"It waa tha flrsale."
"go? Weil, jist wSen I thought th.*r
«.Kaii.n were beat, th-r band up an' stcpa
p umb still, an' arter that th-y lays do«n
ther flddiea nn horns aa' up' Ar.' I
•t<e tha ••-ad»r l*an over an say soaMthuß
ter <joe of ther N.nr.d aa' sort' er laugi.
Gueas he were ws.a' up ae were beat."
"t" ndoubted ly.
"ViM, bat we all g:v« ther band a
f >»xl band c.ap, " •wosa taey i d ae tn< r
besu Aa' after that tber Wlmaia' ted et
ail their own way '
"Than you 4.4 a t hear much et th*
play V
"Hear* Not a sound. But I cud a seen
ao:*e only w-.«n Td s:an' up ter Vvk ov»r
thar aats wrat were to fr*>nt o me, tome
f*i««r beh od ud ?u!l a»e dowr. by my cob*.
eo I ws-nt
ain t no way thet a 't -r i s g;t ter sit on
t»*r »ta«« la tn-jr* 'Casums. *f I
don't b I'd ~ke t shvw e{ I < 0n.,-
sea er hear et_"
% He«a \b«»t a
W'a ?_»*# !•*<-*«•> ,s» .;-d a e<H*. ■ -
—tbe flf h—«f our *-[«*» i::»*T7MTihl book
let iie*. rtptiare of Oi«rer n
contain* as •anifac .ory an arrtyas? as "ras
#*er been wrsuar of !-.e battle •• w h >~
(Vttaril CaKif and ats troopers imt
thetr fiws
Wr>t* for a ro?y Wf*# s.so «>r r
formUc a> "t -*•*• s«d *m - aerr .»
u tbe Bur -rtcn R.>u * t» Omar.a K*'-
sns Ct'-T *' L«»*'ss Ci.raw and «a e»!:#r
Ea iem and S-*:*h -m ct
Tbr-e rcutea East—eia I*3:. ~4fj v S; p 4
and Par***
gfea;,ng-«ar «mV» ta th# w-r'd
M P Santos *»f s«.j»d »r» s r cur
err Tesirr »*T and Ftrat arer.ua.
r«re«ak Vise State*.
Tha >*?rrh
« m as -<-• a' r*r*e.- e , |f
ta tit!- 't» lat Winnie k - _
*i««»"'a h " * r-afc-Ka, 9ors Daaata
J6e*rsaks aad W ro«.ng It 9p*r»*ee ■ s<
Sr«< W*:t« n sarti Th* t#
CMMs ** waul*e »n tha prtr -
rtoaa »■ t-a Ej.>« «*d raeaot
j,. «■— * ?- •• . ecu* leas'
rsa "TPsa Var-is «"•»•»» ■ y \y
c«i aa«nt. «• i"tmt a~an.a *-1.-
tia
The ««fiM at Pia»-k*s vw»iry
at sra -• 5 gr. -r t.-a *-<*
t~s - .& ».
nints i urns i
I If HI 111 18.
Although on a Small Scale It Was One of the
Most Notable Battles of the Century-
The Citizen Soldier's Worth.
CAPETOWN Afrra. Oct. 3.-Cape
saj footfht ita fight aad *JS. It
haa e**r»ec frsm cae of tie as >#t *as
fatcarr in which ft* n*id*a*a
I have been called spen to take part. It
hat peered the rtipertority ef the E~ro
s peac o*«»r the fc i-k sa-eage. It feaa pia>-- d
! the eoidier upon a throws before
whh « trte wor d mast do homage.
The world La genetal haa knows bat
, little of the rebellion Just ck»e*d, bit the
; army of eeery Enropeaa nation
: a: !*a«t hare w*%:hing ;ta pro
• gr*s3» and noting its intidenta. be-i-a?»5
| it la rea!",y the first t?me in thirty years
' or mcr* tna' tha citiaen so Uer aas ha l
i fan rtprcrt-jrt'y to what he WJ.J
do. The mill'-.a o? Cape Coioay ia
I httie t'fferr.at from efstitar badlaa of
| In :'<aniriee. It ta made up of
j Tleraa aad artUa aa of the co»ac.y. or.o
' nave had no r»...tary aaat
j ever be? and that whrch fa. s m tat lot of
! the m.atia in all cttatea. Yet 'hey fsuaht
1 not only and well. b,t in fct*wo
faahioa- Th- recor-i of the Brit»h amcy
cannot pe>*.*- 1 - iy show «w>re gallantry.
A rr. - x: gr - m »nth# ago—
it was ib ut Chrtatmas me-news
; here xn<! to otaer points wh«-re E'it«p
--j eans congregate that a itu>nr-
I r*- t:f:r - It aer. »• I'- kwape. aea*
| the Un« of railway tr .-m K-.aibarley ta
DESPERATE FIGHTING BETWEEN THE SAVAGE AFRICANS AND THE CLERKS AND ARTISANS OF
CAPE COLONY.
Bryfcurg Th«* tiding* w- re to the effe-t
that It w»i BO ordinary reb* ... n, but nr.«
which if not ic«taatJy crashed meant war
and bitter war at that. Gaiishare. Toto
and otr.-r EU-ch*m*!ar.-i chiefs were .e:i l
in* '*> nart»i and this in itseif
meant savage cnrdiot.
The Ca;* Ci ht;)y force* in time of seri
ous trouble con«Ut of v'unteer*, or
raiSStt.im n. So great was the fmergrscy
j Marine Machinery
ESTIMATE fam shed -n complete Ml*
cbincry plants far mall craft of d»-
scr.pt ion,
- •
Launches. Tugs.
Stem Wheel and Side Wheel
River Steamers.
AH w*<-k hnflt t AND GUARANTEED
; firs: -class In every ; .R;-AUR.
Mitchell, le*is & Slaver Co.
au*-31tt First U. »o«lk. Seattle.
I%a«hingtoa Dental and
Photographiw Supply Co.
OppoaJta Foatoffic*. fil Catumsia Street.
—CAMERAS—
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ras «M «Hr«. V* «katf» tmr ak*w
lag r*a ksw. Hail •rirrt a tyrrUltr.
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VATTOWAL, BANK OF OOklM="*^«f
®aid-up capital - OX «a
Transacts * gtse*"*i keaictag frrrilr Imm
M D R» u-i P~*«M«b-
H C Vic* Prasfclen:
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8a?-!T TVprwl R.~*e« •-* Re«t.
THE PCOST NATIONAL
PA.VK OF SHEATTL*.
Capital s-oca pail ta R? w»
ftnrpiua £ *•
iaroi Fartk Fran I
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a. V- A. 4#r. y .. I 'aw, ur
Crrreepcnde -» u «u th# pev -tpai dtkes
la ra« Ua.rad S i a and fCaripp*
FEOFLE« *AVINCM iu.MC.
Oc«r:4*u w aacca atHtu.E. 'A au.
Capita! caa
A.VD -
FNRTH PT«WM»«-
Arsfcur A Deray ... .... Vice
J or. n LE*n GECAA i| Wee PMKL*N:
J*m** R >GA.R*A».- «J#aa r DEC Y
Frank I BFAWRAK . AM «-*R.' < IMMT
j IA C»ITA»A
E. C J T QREEN&AF.
TVanaseCa a nav.sga sank b .»*-«aa a*
TIETLRTLF
:«p. alts ror-:*e»i frw r !# CI »
lauraat * • «•<£ i*r annual j» t r#e
v»e -era i«t- *-a a s*r oa ac-
Aaar>
DLIUMSI *ELAM «•>* *.JR, *T» *-4
i SfTtTVf Loa»» r • « oa r«ai a».a..« at
»;VFV TI CC-A.ACA-S TALY.
to be tfcat tie Tgfeujteers w-»
prtaptljr c>;m apon. Cm wju't bttat
that til# rebels lata tb-*
of tbt La-s-' -nt, a mooataia ra-<•• *ctr.»
wtxzy wile tocit whicS nwhtmi the
■lrtad KiJhir desert, than whtrb t*j*re
i* ao *r-a:er en> .-a *l] Aftlr*. Ev-ry
fwt ol vols ocuatry aad tif* ctSjatcent
m. ;sia;3 rxnjf<» tn u fatcoar to lb#
rebela is tfa" U-rti of tbe Kasberlcy
<1 taiond (ntbtar is to him. Tbey w»r*
well ivirt that bo water cosid br fou*»l
w.thin Srt««E nr. -1 of tbe foot o( this
Tatar*- of mountain* and tfc>«y t«k p.i
aeiwfcm ctt th* mcontais apra** er#« t«
ir.sr aßOctens fo-rtidra:; a# to cuard th, s
Tli.j wa_« th* -iiioat _»a tbt ccnfron* -i
the I **> volunteers »bn. ftaitowia* up
?RH» r»*bei£ fey '-obs AC«J w«rar:iK'»fr •
OankM, they reae&ed the «i*# of *>•■*
deaeei bord, rUn-I of the ran** >f
Tfceae troop# COILS Iste«i of w**at » ca.' --i
Caj«4 *>Us'j(4 » cevatry reji
mect. wuh a <i*tac ik it of
BCSiM police *ad rsartv*
an'J portions of cia# r>yr s»« eta. n« >.>f
aftniefy and the remair i*-r of rnfa try
T 1 %?#r*ciat* thia fcroc. It must be uc«i*>r
stood that not a ma a hvJ ev*?r mad* w.*r
hi# prc*rasio rt. la fact, they pn»-
ctaaly of that sort of mm which go to
up tfi« military r unti of
Uutd a£.d As«r:a
They knew tbeir country. They KNEW
starvation and very Lkcly DEATH A:ar*d
out from the GLEAMING DESERT. and not
ONE of th-IO faltered. Th» r e WA » no
water, rations were very scarce, the JON*
march from WITHIN the colony HAJ worn
clothes to ra<s and AF W< to th<? upper-
Still th«y PUSHED on. As they th 1
Langeburg rarj<E and came w.'hfn rifle
shot, bulltls rained area fietn. Their FOR-
D11K».
' THS FIRST >F ATI'X VL. BANK OF
?EATTLS
I Paid -cp capital timnm
Surpi-a LAD SIT
1 ■- MRM:ck»n PT->*!i»-nt
J H M"Oraw V!ca PR-»L!^NT
! CE- *r TAMER Caa^ler
I OENERA, aarkir*
{ Sign: and T«:EARAPHIC axr?anae PAJAHIA
la a.i *.H J principal cT!-s at tha
UNITED S TTC AND Europe.
Le'*»~s A cr oft furnished on ALASKA,
PAVAB eat all trading posts VF the .V A T.
ft T Co.
DEATER gORTON' ft CO.. BAXKE.Hi
Incorporated L»7.
Cari'al OM M
£U"p!ai K" ®»
PRE*", ieat * ♦ RVSAY
Vtee President W H L
Uir.airf N H La !m#r
CasnJer F R. Van TUT I
EICHANF snd t» .-craphie trins
?»r« on NEW T'rk. CHICAJR ■■* PI Sll
Frar<- iseo FcrtUod AND VARIOUS potacs la
O -RM A'd BRITISH
S;AFT . btll« cf XCNAR.C* <>n lx>cdoa aTaii-
R-Y WH*r% I.a Europa.
CclJecfiona made at aU potnta on favor-
ABSE *er-na
: I. «R-vk« «-d <?'»*EE rafuaMea
«-- «-'>■«• t - «af» K»»piny
51 EtMURI
FIT trie coaal «TK TURNIP to.
The Onpaar'f et gi~' sresamers ! ML
TiLLA. CITT OF PTEBt-A as! WALLA
WALLA ,»**# SEATTLE F -r &»- r»n
--i Cisco, via Port T amaesd and Vic.ora. B.
C-. at *a. «R ■..»«'£. 3. 4. U. ;* -L 2*. 31. N Y.
s. J9. Si. 38. S. » D*c. i .•>. W. A - SB
t/u» a Fr*r. .SC* - ' AM. >C ' * t !*
U ?4 ». N'-?v J. v \x S > L«ec J a
11. 2> 22. S Leave 4AN FR.V.V l* O
for Se-Atf;* via Victoria. 8. ■' i.
To*-ns«?sd. at # a » . Oc?. 3. a. -j
> yj. ii I*. a. r &EC- ~ - »- )-•
fi. r Due at ae.i. p. ».. • " V I *
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TB« E>GANT A-OWAAAR# CORONA CITY
I R, F V AND AL-KI aa F \T
j TT.E for a; 9 a. m. -r 13. I*
!S. 77, NORES I >* 1. I II »4. -
}D»C.I. 111 W r « E»I.- -a -is a
I Oat. ». H A. .1 A XJT ■ I •
Dec J » :: > 23 C Ja- ITU Th ,'r-
PANV ■r* .' 5 • *
p».-V'-ugi EO":- ». »feasners. saj. ;* dates a~d
HOAR" »■' *J *.• 1*
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Do. k iSeau.a. T A.vt ..a - A«*.
QO* ''DAL~. PERKLINr- A CO
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trr KLAIR-!S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
-TRA garland AXD PVAXOEL
LEASTS# ao4 Toe-ortd Nt- Bn R,aur»
fr ».ai!-r >«SX »N<L I«A» » *r a ~ ; -
TSA> a. I -«>.: AY» A«A at
A. F«t LOW ■ - I :ft I .
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ET*y, JWTTERR. ar at «-*t*ke I 3 a
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A*l*rn*"e 4A'A at IS> P as
Pv>JiT OSCHARD A.VD I- -RT AAJRI
iN 5T- V RO' TE
gfXUBH MA.IT R
L'AV-I" 01 "-IF d <-K f> O' • s*
; tor »rrr»-. FJ* flytvaa 1-RWRC P->r* "A J.*
-:«SST rtor U F WR £>■ - A "-. ar *at a
B,DOEY Tracyti*. FE.**-«rdaie D.«i-,Y. «s
jd s §• . IRRFA»a A~d .« -CD >»« a: J
I M. SA. s" 230 p. A suaftar> a: i *
la. M. R-" RR -* itata 8 .verdale at .AT
K D"T DF*• * 1 an. 5 >Z • •
;.-4 -a ? V '- -* * a •• R T *E . -R> ■ A
P. x. E«I
was Its f?orst «f theis to be sere. b'it be ?
was * UnaiTr a-#rc , ..«« way. *rt*o •"**4 ;
;» *;;! and ««i >»at cn satMfytag tfcaS j
t« the aoaeec
,3 the fa«e t thi* hearr ®P* *>>.srt i
grew .5 rtreagth a* the aw<yast*iaa grew f
?aer aad doeer. ;-<se raw mlKtiajeeo |
■ar~b*d wtth the st-adineee of veterans
r*v«» ba*!*t for beV* tn»J eb*t*edl tbetr
foe La superb fashion. T!»» «** tunny
a jE-»aotiin mw !■> travers* be: the :
eo'.juteer* tbetr way up. Haß'*-
to !iasd *h-y the *»wN®y Srst j
r .'trig riwt ?--r tbea with eluNsed j
rtS-» and a»t. w; - K ICQ-• M.
deadly imbrue* E*r p-an or -v-jcjf
jcjf sJeatb in any fxrn : t *M poswibt* j
to br ng !t itort in tisrae eagrageraeats ;
ef the ptasees. na gsaiter «m shewa
5 »?rm in the h<* -ry ->* Afnea " ">t
cii- • :g ■ ••.-» w»r -*or tlie « a-'-"*#
in Ma'jMritsl ha# starts, bravery tw*a ;
*hi ti N-thing s*-oT*ped tV** BUM*- j
x--. ar :&• »a* , a**s tfe*®* rw * *
comtw-Med to ad®?? *Ha* tfc* >r-1 ;
art' sane cf the oo'ory w»re w »(fl> *«
be ftartd u aay ao.a;#r» atf * :ie .-r# that
ever *w the r»0 badge »f British owxr- j
age. Two su-cr«s?ul actions .tad been !
fought with the en-try and the pmamm j
is!w4, when nature final'.y asserted he-- >
•eif and the »t ops wr? fbrred to retr*»%*.
not because of l*cb af abCity to defeat. :
but '«%.■ < of w*r>»r.. Panting, not starv- j
tng. w.th dry throats and nothing '® }
moisten tbr-m. liarae soen who were wfl :
ts comi b »-a an<J fr*";Ur h
*ct to ar.*} 4u* in o#d*r tbat they
mislit tfc*ir thirst.
to be aur»i. but it w*a »»:w. and gar* th«
eojunwrs tbx Hfnanry «rrn*th. M
that whan th- r.g oAear. Co
Daijprty. rierfd ;h* f.raJ aa*ault uroa
tbe tjwatr't fortified pivsittOß, the voiua
iwr infantry it at the point at
the bayaaet and «sirrted it with a •#*+- s
;n*d gaiiaatry that ds<l them aH honor.
After this, an tM«R was marte on the I
poe '.ion of the rebfi# at and !
Gana.uce. A half day's sharp ft*htin*.
And the refceCHon was only a amary.
Th.s time there were prisoners, nuny '
11 Amu women and children, for the '
ri lks of the ealunteera had SeseerM.
srreatljr laaaeaed. the tribal nvunhers of the
p.. luarvas wno had thought to throw it
an European restraint. By and by the j
nt»n who w*r# tak*n wt ! b* *Vr»
th*tr tr«*aaoaabi« thoughts an bread no
bi utstess It b* aiaon* thrm**tv««.
it must not kxs l3B<tgis*4 that fh«» voltm
t«~*r» wer« «cc.*h:- *•. Tfc« muster rolls
of soma of thf computim »rw «i<i!y <hom
of aaasaa. But the oilvn «oMitr KIM
prorsid ha ri«ht to rrcoxiutioa. It is
m >r<- tbiu ilk-- f th.U t'*jw Colo ay wiU
w:! 4 monument (a htm.
»TK tMtHD.
«TR riTT OF ABERDEEN
LfcA .LS FOR TAO.'MA *SD OLTMPIA
AT '\D A. M
DAILY. EXCEf-T SUNDAY.
ITS. MULTNOJfAH
IDAILT>
LEAVSS ron TAC MA AND OLTMPIA
AT I P M
rARE BBTWKXN BH**TTT,e AND TA
COMA W CK.VS
R'JL.NJ TRIP >4 CilNT*.
T»' M*:E tl CITT !WTC. Axrac
? CAPT. u vnLi-rr Mtnxr.
BARNESON «• rfrn.roTT.
W-'P »U'l Bt««Rj>hf9 A*«rt*. F-«l*ftt *n<
C!»*rt«ssi Br«lt*rm.
Oflm, Mutual Lff* BulM!r*.
Thoce. B'i:k ML
ALASKA- ,
TT 1 R-*t - .a v, »
STF.ANJ H : vR\LLON
XV.; 1 Mil far
J"NEA' SKAtSUAY AND DYEA.
OcU -r - t" i *v»rv tw*'vf <l,iy» tb'r*-
aft#:
Pa*»-*-x»" »
pi* r<r, *b for fr >*%- a 1»4
F rat-** - • ' " ' r.f •» «0 at
S »,t W-»Arf. tiJOt of t'Btaß
■ r re*i Pllt C
KRU3£ & 5. LIN£
S-«i!<&r MlMiMwr J. M rolmaa w;'l
«. "- 'i : - * J 1 "S" i: *'* ft « • « r
j -0-".- rs*-" - rnr far a£! P»-
4 . (WMT! F <s: II **r :&«.
*•-... xn rj-ejr to aS pcaut
I J, t. I Ai> k A|«M> Artliur*«9 4oct
T • jO«. r'ui* «A
" A B TATi 'N OO
•Vt«k » Tfca** Cart
« "*w CJw»! • •,- Rr»«r rrate.
♦ 5- • < a: a. as ; Or
•gS*- J2 a» T » w i'-tt «r a it ! » jus.
L-av-« Ma .a* »«". -a <>cto.*r i». »• «
t Ck-Uj i>« ' * ®-. .K'-'Htex 54, a:
» * at-. a' S"*awoaC Fir.
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r;TT !»!K-®vi-»r> far aS poln.a oa
5 , .-.si « i H H Mc
- Im-j .I Maft -r. T- ♦rstint. Mate R
Tl'Kv/N NAVMATIoN (X»MPA.VT
F'tJat-ciaa# »iaan»*, -.«• :ooa, wti,
} «*-*;-:• Mar - & -i. us 4 Viewcia E. c..
| -»j for thnca City *a<4
ie A P • -«<*->.** m tr. '
f -r*Hl u> cur n»»r »•-*««?-« ■; it.
j M "sa*L !«''»• -f? *a wlj t>*
•! »a- - J kr* L Fratg&t
nc«tT*-S f-'-f #■■ M :*»! aad aii pwg-j
j «nMi T«ln r:r»r
I - pm **"t ~»r* •;>(? a?
| f-*t«nt «&»w4 asaA* tmaaeitißte ap»i>a-
IjCS.
W E. AC«RL
-A Sri»a»Jai4k.y. >*« Y«rft.
*TE iVCRI
rur on tub n.xx&'v
SSATTUB TO TACOMA.
roor «x-a-..l tpa &ns.y **.«;••: su»d*jr.
la one tsour and :wnty-a»a sb.ts task.
THK STi.Alti"it -KLTKR.*
Ihr.u- -I.a • y tn?a Scatue-Tacest*
route feU
TAK NO Lf FiICT TtTESDAT. MAT V.
ri*K cakjx
leiT« Seattie-" ii. U a. EL; 2 tf. til
p. as.
Leava Tacerr.a—* 39a. ».; I, 4A l> a.
St. N DAT 3.
Imt* '■ « a sb JJ I * aa
L«vf -l a aa; - Si 1 "Jji a
La-.diejr *■ Xortfcrm F'actOe wharf. T»-
rc!~« .rd C neiai Joo* of Ma
r.- a ♦ r»«t. s= • ttla.
Sun'.!x>«. stenTur i F*y«r and Staaa si
VT»«b i"*rTocu
PCOKX iv VD AND ALASKA STEAM*
Sin IP OC MFANT.
VICTORIA BIC CTS.
It—mrr C?TT o? K *s*on hetwreaa Ta
raa-A Waste., aid V scoria. S
» «V-m L* M. Taei re a I» ir »«rn
:i«r«L » ?*ATT!.E CU l t -i
JNWatt L» P* T w --.aer.d SS -vr X taa
t a-s« A- tt* Victoria M Lv i.*»a
• T »siiy e* *jk A*:jr.lay
This »:ea3srr fanus£>e« «ret~pi*«s »ecos»-
bkm*:.o < arry.r.g Soth ai
p.**>ena-"*. and '«•*>** from wharf,
fee*ttip fjr VVftorta st W pc na. *ad for
Taeotr* at t:Il a ta.
Paasecc*r» for Vctarta can occupy
KAXerounaj a. ok
Far ra.ea iidreta. etc., ?uq«-e ef _
a. r. THORVDTKR
Aftr: Yesier Wbart Seattle
L a VABKAII
.ieaeru N P. Ry Seattle.
WASHINGTON a M.»SKV
awir '-o s steamship
CITT OP SEATTLJi
h -jr*
gEATTLB to and 'KAOTAT
Tsu a«Cßtflc«ei ?' , -ei «crww «eam*M?
w ** :<l from Se»: for J « - -« <»
uay Kay. D>ea and wa> porta se» tarn r-sr
3 Oetcber M and SL _ , ,
Her accomrts. Oa'iens are tirrlraled. ? v «
is the fae«t. fas-.a»t and a»« e<>ntfarta£«a
veav' cp -hie -»»■.•* In .-orr«- • -m w ■*
above the ALAdKA STEAMSHIP COM
PANY w 1 m«*r*:e their eiegaai and fast
•ailing -.racnar. p
RO«\L'«
«ea?tfe (Vtober I and !>. for ' .neaa.
Sk.a«iay Hay. L>yea anJ way porta.
Kj» freight and passage *.l? > »
c. h. j st3lten»ero
Gen. t fk»: t. -d<»r f <■,*■ w
CHAHX.ES K. PBABODT. Manager.
s'TKAMCR IDAHO
Leaves far
PORT TOWN'S END AND WAT PORTS
D»Uy axe»pt 5...-.day. U ' i a Suaday.
direct *. » i a . rv'.arattc
port Toanarad <>';>&
TAOOMA sf. ATTLB. A N AOORTES
AND WHATCOM ROITE-
Sutotr <»*o« «e E Starr heaves T»r «t
It I p to. VI .>*, Wednesdays and P-t
--iM}« for 9»i' ■*. A ■ aoortos. FUrlu*»a
an 1 V»w W r-i'cud. SwlM MtUt at 9
B. a. R«' urn.tut Um\irm \»« Wlulrua
Tu»»da>s. TliirW*>* aid Batwrda>* at •
p « for Ar-«. rtsa ud Tk> ma.
S:e*ao* - »tm .<a to H.A.n# on W*d
tu»daf trip-
WHATCOM. fc-AT-rt '•: A>U TACUtaA
UOITR
TU< itiamff RAT CITT for Aracorte*,
F*lrbs- «r Wkttcoa. L*av«« ComiMr
(Mi c a. Tacvaa, 2 a. Ctty Jock
ifoot ka;n *t-*«t>. Wttio. tp. «, T«nl.
Tkars. and Sat. R*tiinuac kaT«a Wh*t
c a * P m . Fajrbaxea. fIS p an<|
Aracerteo Mp. a-. Sua. Wrdnea an 4
Kr. Fares—B«att)e ti, or r. <» round tr:?;
. a.* <r B round trip.
W W KLLiflk.
PORT ORCHARD AND PORT WAib-
IJffGTON ROtTE
•TEA M KR A. H. ROP NSON.
Carry* a* U. 8 Mail
Oa Port Orchard and Po- f Washieatoa
rc.ia laav-•* Oty «Joc4, 'oi*? of Mia
street. * » t a.. cat!-.iJ it South Beach,
p ;rch*.l. Brick Yard Bremerton. V
Navy Tarrf. 3;lnsjr. Chartestr»n Tracyton.
Ohlco. Slltrordala Uaw Port Orchard
Nary S'a'*>n at Ip. a arrt*. a Seattle it
« p a. E. N. Robtn»o«. aaater Lilly.
Pof*r i;• A Ca, adnata. Telephone.
Mala <?•
SAN JTAN III.AVT*
STEAMER LTDIA THOMPSON.
CArrvir:* United Statso aait. ;sa?*» Cttji
dock' root cf Ma:a srreot. Man lay,
Wednesday and Friday at 1 a. a. for Port
Town*«nd Juan UUrvU and S«»
Wsarcoa Ref'imln* ita>M New What
com Tueoday. Th'.rsdajr an*l Saturday, at
4a. a J R n«ar«oo t *aa**r ©srnar.
Lilly Bofi? '•* 4 Ca, a**ca. City dock.
Mstn fl-
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Seattle. Everett A Whatqcira Routa
Stare of Wtahirip oa !e* **m Seattl«
(ji'iir, #ic , p t lia jrdjf, at It p. a.
Everett and La <V»r,ner Routa
Steamer Ka!r**ven leaves <lai!jr
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ett *®ta® rortb Monday, Wedooeday and
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