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I . Continued From Pag* Two,
leecbdown was made. Then, and not till
S': did he yen ' Down."
t,'2, Aartfet the wildest excitement the ball
H? H was brought out «n<* Blanck kicked n dif-
SeettS* l *> easily as if the ball h*4 been
jmetlr m fro tt of the bar. Score 8. A.
19; V. of W.. «. It had taken twenty
«M*t«* and thirty second* for th* S. A.
C. te aeore this goal.
After the ball »4> kicked off, the nal
taialty boys got it almost immediately on
and advanced it to the 8. A. C.'a
fftr 1" "* i«ne< where they lo*t it on
g forvnrd p*» by Kelly to L*rsen. Th*
■glurHr boyn were playing desperately,
gal earing to poor Judgment of the 8. A.
£ n a*t kicking on the fourth down, th*
ggfftaUy regained possession of the ball,
{ggtfyHfetir yard* from the 8. A. C. goal.
tMtmi did heroic work for the university
lul gptf carried the ball to within on*
Mggi af th* S A. C. goal lln*. Th* dea
stand made by the 8. A. C. men
■ Wfi tbam the bait on downs. Line buck-
M If Walton and Blanck carried tb*
Midst te the twenty-yard line, where It
Tff ytven to the U. of W. on downa. In
gfffr losmfl the university gained only
■ i caa >*rd. and the ball went to th* 8. A
■ ' C. Tro* this point th* S. A. C. earned
S» tsß atralght down the field to within
v gpns yards of the university goal, where
sT*btotle sounded the end of the game.
Do* i> not the slightest doubt that if
t,Win another minute of play
would have scored a touchdown.
fHg«rk of Walton and Blanck in carry-
SgCM ball down the field in the last five
giitm of play stands unrivaled in the
Ho*qr of footbai! in Seattle. Mention
gooi a)so be made of the fact that P»&-
A My SMde a run of fifteen yards during
gpilM* that the S. A. C. was pushing the
HjjpMr boys relentlessly down the field.
Ff What the t sidsla* Say.
CHL Vrtnkar, of the 8. A. C„ had this
|t my Of th® game: "Our line did n*t
Mgt S8 ts my expectations. The back*
aS liurtd well Walton and Blanck play
(flloM (or tb* 8. A. C. I worked
£Mi Bt* horses, and they never murmur
•l All of our men took a brace In th*
taeaad half- They played faster tn th*
bat IN* minutes than at any other tim*
tttfiNf th* fame.**
Ckpt Jack Lindsay, of the U. of W.
Mask mid: "Our men played as good a
(MM aa l aspect »*d. I think that we out
alnrtd our opponents on the whole, but
Si bad lock on declalons."
ma BDOIS COMU KK"BALTIMORE.
Oarkstt aatted Oat of the Boa-Great
Ball at Saeraaieate.
•ACRAMBNTO. Nov. 25.—Four thousand
people witnessed the defeat of the greit
Baltimore base ball team by the Gilt Edges
af city today by n score of 4to 5. The
local taam was nervou* the firat two in-
Slaga, sad in the second allowed the East
am cracks to score two of their three runs
Altar that they *ettt?d down and beat out
tha stents tn one of the moat hotly con
tarttd games of the season. Corbet f went
Into th* box for the Baltimorea. hut waa
touched up by the home team at once and
ao often that he retired In the fourth In-
Ring and Horton took bis place, and while
two runs were batted out In the first In
ning he pitched, he finished tho game out.
J. Hogbaa tor the Gilt Edges pitched a
graat game, and his support throughout
Waa of a high order.
The game was won by the superior bat- 1
ting *f the Gilt Edges, they clearly rut- j
Msg th* visitors at stick work. Score:
MU .. R. H. Pi.
Ott Bdtes 01012000 *—4 I t
Baltimore 020000 SO 1-4 5 I
Batterle»-J. Hushes and Stanley; Cor
satt, Horton and Donahue.
All-America* N. Fresno 1.
FRESNO, Cat., Nov. 25.—One of the larg
aat crowds ever assembled in Athletic park
wltaaaaad th* baseball gam* today be- i
th* All'Amerloaa and th* Fr**no
Bapubllcans. The All-Amertcas won Iqr a
•c«* of Ito 1. Th* error column of th*
ham* team waa not as elean as it might
I sSH* >n- th ® ?rrc>r « came at critical
times. Hayes. In left field, allowed two
3lea t* get away from him. ei»ch of which
«*t s run. Score:
R H K
An-Amerlcaa 209*10* ol~g S *
rrnna 100*9000 0-1 B T
Batterles-llaatlnga and Smith; Thomp-
Ms and Chance.
Wisconsin \\ lim |tt the Mnrt.
JEVANBTON. 11!., Nov. 8 -On a field an-
We deep in mud and In a drltrllng rain,
•ad before the larint crowd that ever aa«
•embled en the Held, tho football i»am rep
teseetin* tho*l*niveraity of Wlecoiudn de
listed the Northwestern university team
l»y the decisive score of 22 to 0. T!ie fight
ing during the entira name was in North
western territory, and Wisconsin's terri
tory was never for a moment in d inger.
Colorado La»t« to Denver.
DENVER. Nov. 25.—The Denver Athletia
Club football team today defeated the
' ro,n ***• Colorado state university
at Boulder on the former's grounds by a
of tto 0. It was by far the hardest
football game «een here this season.
Neither club scored in the first half. Tha
Denver men averaged sixteen pounds
heavier than the opposition team.
Several 3n«c* Were Smnnhti.
AJfNAPOLIS. Mil., Nov. IS.-The most
interesting jnm<> of the fa son was played
i \n* bemtng between th»- nival en data
Toung officers of the \\ hite squadron.
A slight scuffle occurred at the end of the
fame ov?r the p0.*.«;3»10n of the squadron
Wg, ami there were several no««a rmnsh-
Score— Cadets S. White Squadron 0.
A Tkoiuml Spectator* Shi\rre4.
SPOKANE. Nov. 25 A crowd of 1.000
■ntvered ont today's football game
jwcea the Spokano Athletic Club and tha
»W» from the Idaho university at Mc»s
--•ow. The Spokane team won. 12 to 4.
tommy knocks oit jimmy.
Two Rinn* Conic T«mether la a
Lively Rout at I'lmlra.
ELMIRa N V.. Nov. 25 -Tommy Ryan
Knocked out Australian Jimmy Ilyan in
.'f r^'; n<ls before thp Maple Avenue Ath-
tonight. The roan wre match*
te fght twenty rounds at 1 "%4 pounds.
*omni]r bad things his own way, and the
*uwraiian was urable to land with »nv
•wet. The hout was witnessed bv 3,«J»
Ex-Champion l'addv ltyin was
l »* referee.
The nien apan#d !*h-lv for the first
~r ottn,i!' - i" the fourth nour.d Tommy
h r ,!L l ?'>' *'' u! -o: to c'ose quarters.
Aitaitau ! '" lh * body started th>>
• '**Uan «n.| at the c?o«t<» of th<* round
V-jaU-eWr., t> ,M.;d (he blows
latiL'rl!. OV ""' U l •' : ,he Jl«n
SSeK?. *°" k Aft * r **-■** h-
to avoid punishment. Me hj**>d
ih? n \.T ' ; •' '• " »ra his bold
•«#" : iT ,; by !h * reft ree. Tommy
'• *etv.r?, w i: ' v ' n,t r ' r ~ rf * hed
Ibe bod\ i y * !e ' !
pieTv Ar ' l M! ' ; - rmht in the ~»mo
• Su ''*rr~ ♦««"«
and " , ... V ,
»*tti h;» , Tommy foi
•«tlg w ?* h '' 1 w i ' h his left and
1 rh * »»o»r;t of the
V* it, 11 «ent dawn like a
'. n . u,,? : t to vine, but sank
'•SmJISZ*" whi,# :he r^t c *
* nKE '- I'OlltUK WIX9.
,he Athenian t lt»*>
ft . v » "" TV-tcV.
BAX FRANC I?-.» V v 4 „
I at tha
;
of \ ' *' l> kA t <ken advar
bookm.w , > ekers. Thirty
- 7 " ~ tc:-rs:-e fc: ,» especially la
Qia«berlalu s Congh Kemcdy
espial!v f,. r colds.
c-.uch and intTuensa and
b>r iu viuvj of the^e
to ?!!!" 2* «»" •Imoat rn*ru*m
"y. ono.to venture into the betting
25," .h« i»£?
****** worth tx.m
r*'< W two mil. ud t tisartc.
222 ehot «- th
*? iot,a « *»*. «»*fl*noed no
li2L^ e tL n V he favorUe - M * r "
attE. .JJ h ?" rtl «*• Wkeal «u MMd up
mJhf * d " n W*n«pircd that tb* favorit*
ann *** d th* ev«nt had ah*
UTSJS r lw * d * Wfl* earlier. Wh«!
<^ U i X ®. aj, * umed **« **d after the flrat
"Hl* bad be*n trsviraad. and waa never
Anally winning by two length*.
, *®Y, ** * n<3 *®<*md choice* fared cquai-
l y _ V 1 •* their respective events. the win
ners being w «fi P u yw |, and crowd 4to _
* H **** pocket* welt lined with money
contributed by the layer* of odds. Weath
£.^n^* ck
_*!*• *OSL* fwloag*. aelhnjr-Mont-
u" "•* * ecood - 3CX
nan second. Alma third. Tine. 1:45.
wuls *» wn. Harry
Thuburn seeord. P«ixoto third. Ttme. iaf.
"** A'hwlan Club cup. selling stakes,
fir**® O«f*0, two and one-ouart-r mile*—
®* Fortune *on. Marquise second,
Charlie Reiff third. Time. 4iK.
T One mile., gelling—Personr.* won. Osric
11. second. Fashion Plate third. Time 1:41.
Five and a half furlongs-Sir William
*T on - 1»P. Ml*pioner aecond. Fre~ Lady
third. Time. 1 10.
The eta ice entries for the Pacific Coast
Jockey Club have been filled exceptionally
Well, all the notable horses on the Coast
being entered. Tbs California derby, at a
mil* and a quarter, with a guaranteed
value pf Id.lftj. has forty-eight entries,
while the Ingleside stakes at four miles
has thirty-five entries, and the Tarpey
.stake* fifty-eight entries.
GOOD fH0011»U AT V% fr.*T SKATTLE
Exerllrat Score* Made—Eaaton Takes
a First Prise.
The devotee* of the shotgun spent yes
terday at the Battle Rod and Gun Club'*
trapa In We*t Seattle. AH day long the
cracking of the gun*, breaking of clay
Pigeons and rising cloud* of *moke told
the atory of a fine shoot and axclting con
testa far a {dare in the pool. The crowd
waa not aa large as expected, but thia wa*
offset by the enthusiasm of those present.
Some fine acores were made and on sev
eral occasions the blackboard showed a>me
poor on> a.
Seattle won the team snoot with a good
score of 62, just ten more tlwn the crack
Carbonado team registered. The Taeoma
men were not present, but Ja<k Ruppe, A.
L. Halt snd Black shot under Tacoma's
name and came in second with a score
of 55.
Gr«at interest was taken in the mer
chandise shoot. Easton, the clever shot
from Carbonado, did up all the Seattle
cracks and won first prise, a fine briar
pipe, donated by L. Cohn. E. E. Ellis won
aecond prixe, a pair of gold cuff buttons,
presented by Albert Hansen. Love was
third and thus came into poejw.-uion of a
hook on angling that was donated by Uw
cnan & Hanford. Jo* Hardy, of "pump
gun" fame, dropped Into fourth hole, and
thua won a burning coat presented by the
Hardy-Hall Arma Company. A. L. Halt
waa fifth. 300 smokeless shells from the
Seattle Hardware Company. The sixth
price, consisting of 10U shells from Bil??r
A Going and aix pocket knives, was won
by Thomaa At the close of tike shoot
lunch was served.
Followiug ar- the scores:
Tram Shoot. 29 Single*.
Carbonado team—
E.»«ton 1100111111011111011101111—»
Love wi l lionlooiilli li lioooil—lfi
Davis OlOllllUOlOlLLUniVlOl 101-16
Total 5-
Seattle learn—
Hardy 1111111111111011100111111—s
Clients ....llllOlUlOlOllOOinOlllOlo—l6
Kills mUillllUlllllllllillO-H
Total 62
Tacoma team—
Ruppe 111101111101111011 1101110-20
Hall 1 itiMMuiiuouiinoiiooi—is
Black OUillllluiooioiuooolll 1 -17
Total
Tea Sinatra.
Easton 0101000111-5
Love 1111111110—9
Green OUWJOIIIOO- .1
Kills 11111W011-8
Hall lllllluitw—7
ltuppe (*OlP»'lUl—6
Thunaa (Mlooeiia—4
Chellts 0111011 lit—S
Hardy iiOOtlUO^-O
If, BlUandel 10""01
Hopkins 0011101100-^3
Fifteen Singles, l*uol.
ix»ve uuoiituoomi-ii
Eaaton 1110!'. Oil 100100- 9
Ellis 1011«-Ml 11 it»lll—10
Thorndlke looiownotmi— ->
Hall 011111111111 100—12
Black lOIOOIIIOIIOMI- 3
Thomas uiil»w - «
Hardy ll0li«lllllUll-13
p v anpe 111! l ooi 11 ill M-12
rhellis llllHioi 101011— K'
If. BUlandel OooOlOOloauiOl 6
Black lOllMimilUl—l3
Ten Mn(le«, Practice.
Hall loioimil—s
Kill# lOIIHOUI—J
I'hellis MllllOlOii-C
MuilOUi* -«
Green 0011011*010— I
Easton ..0111001111—7
Ruppe llomtOll—K
Thomas 0110110001—5
Hardy OOUItH 111-7
Fifteen Single*. Pool.
Green 011001001100100— 6
Love .10tlUllllO»i010—W
Mark 111111111010111-13
Ellis i ioi#o waouoi ii— s
Hall 101111111011111—13
East on 111001111111111—13
Thomaa 10101 liooiaino- *
ChelHs 110101111101100-10
Har.iv UOIIIIWUIOOI—II
Hupps 101111110111111—13
Mt-rchitndlsc >t»oot.
Green
Raston lllH»»noMlllllll1l-l'i
Love Hl.lhuUl'nilUKttl-M
Black UOllUtlUllU'OOl 1110-13
Hall I01l!»1!lKU!Ilij»!0l- n
Thomas «klllI01«»l»*»tl'*»lill —11
T.ewt* oimotoiieioiommo-u
Chelils OllllUOlltUUllllll—lo
Elite UlllulUlllllo >lll l *
H..r.!y 101 l 11100101 10011111 '•»
Ruppe iiiiiit;jn«iiini«o—l«
Scr«enat Kills Twrntj-ftve Straight.
ST. LOt'IS. Nov. 25.— This was to have
been the last day of the trap-shooting
tournament at Dupont park, but a* the
twenty-five bird shoot had not been con
cluded tonight, the contest will be con
tinued. The twenty-five bird contest was
tho principal event of the day. W. G. S-r
--gcanfc of JopHn. Mo., was the only .me
to make a clean score. killing: twenty-five
straight- J. I* ffliiKMn a tut W. Jfmnton. 1
of Kansoa City; It O. Heikea of Dayton; j
Oapt. Rtnlett. of Huffalo: J. A, R. Kl'iott, |
of Ki)R<ai City. Charles Gre*n, of Clear !
f jtke. la.. and Pr. Wlnbtngrier of AS'-xia j
111, tied on twcnty-!hre.» birda, Prece-lin*
th«- shoot there was a «#• |
s;ak(>y ll.ikesi, Gilbert. H*»rs»nnt. Win- j
Mnjtler, Sumptcr and LllUott divtekd ii;»t ;
nuney in this event.
MtnE A MOW UKfORD.
Michael llenf fimrliitrV a ••"-Mile R#ff •
In (•ood Tlwe.
NEW YORK Nov. SS—Jimmy Michael, j
the little YVelahwaa, for th* th.'rd tin-< j
this year defeated Frank Ptarbu k of
Philadelphia. toniyht- The two middle- j
distance racers met in a twenty-five m:'*
tv>nu*t over a carefu.ly j>:«; arM tr* X j
in Madiaon S>juarr garden and t>-» "rare- j
bit" made a runaway r*c« for it affer the ;
aeeond miia had been completed. He won j
in the Rood time of 5* 23 I~V thus beatU:*
h:s own Chl;a*o indoor record of SC Mt-A. j
A! the finish Starbu.k was thirty lar>a he
hind. and 4> the track meaaurrd nine !ir« |
to the ms:e the Quaker City m*i waa lett
three and one-third mu*<s behiud.
Pit* X* ill Not Fl»hi fnrKeit.
I YNCOI-N N >v. 5S —Robert FV.xs'.m- I
mon* tonin*!-,t denied the rep-rt* aent out
from RulTalo that there waa a pr ~p*ct of
another fight betwe-.n him ard Corbet:.
( Imrlei Jliller «"»•
ATI. ANT A. Nov. 15.—Charles M >r, of
Chic*st>. won the twa#tyfour-h?ur bicj< e
race, erm< mi**'
Conrtiag *»f Wowea.
ST. LOUtS. Nov. 2S.—The South j
Coofslss Association the season j
here tcday at Sooth Stic park. *•**
eoa*peiled to a?op by the Woman'* Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Benjamin O'Keefe, Peter Rohan and Emlle
Mailer, officers of the association, were ar*
j rested.
KILLED RY A THAI*.
■tottehae Was Valkla* ea tie
Track aa4 Was Cnsh*4.
MOSCOW. Idaho, No*. K—X. O. Skatte
boe. a prominent farmer and grain buyer,
was fatally Injured this morning by being
•truck by the train on the Northern Pa
cific.
The accident occurred near the depot aa
the train was pulling in. Mr. Skatteboo
and his two sons were walking along the
track, the boy* being In advance of their
father. Mr. Bkatteboe being slightly deaf,
did not hear the train which was coming
up behind him, nor did he hear the crle*
of his boy*, who tried to warn him of hi*
danger. A wagon obscured the engineer's
view and be did not see the man until it
waa too Ist* to stop. *
IW>n tu~HAWK HA» nucm.
Tryta* to Prevent Hl* Death for
Kartrr af Haaver.
WASHINGTON, Nov. S.-The killing of
a herd*tnan named Hoover in Montana,
which caused Intense excitement and led
to hasty action by the government to
avoid an apprehended Indian outbreak,
was recalled today by a request which Sec
retary Bliss received from the Indians
Rights Association. The latter desire to
secure funds to pay the expenses of an ap
peal to the Montana supreme court in the
<ase of the Indian boy Spotted Hawk, con
demned ro death for Hoover's murder.
Agent Stuck, of the Tongue river agency,
bellevs that an innocent person has been
condemned. The association asks for some
action to stay proceedings and secure an
appeal. Blisa, however, had already taken
the necassary stepa for securing the boy's
rights on information previously received.
HELD FOR BIGAMY.
Mas Rosenberg I* Said to Have Bad
Too Maay Wives.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 25.-Max Rosenberg,
the theatrical manager, has been arrested
and Is held for the Indianapolis authorities
on a bigamy charge by Mrs. Blanche
Rosenberg, nee Mitchell, of Chicago, who
says they w-,:re married November 1, 18SH,
but that after living with her parents
awhile he tired of h«r.
She says that on March 1 of this year
Rosenberg was married to Jessie Crawford
ar.d he is said to have another wife in New
York city. Hypnotic lufluence on Rosen
berg's part la alleged. Rosenberg claims
to have been divorced from both of his
former wives.
Are you in the Post-Intelligencer's race
for the free tickets to the Klondike gold
fields? Send to the manager for blanks.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
THE BUTLER.
B. Carter, City.
W. B. Parry. Everett.
J. Reld. Everett.
H. 8. Wlnans. Salt Lake
Raymond Brumbaugh, San Francisco.
H. Romnin. Spokane.
8. H. Baleno, San Francisco.
L. Kander. New York.
J. M Foster. Portland.
Edward Whitnf-y. North Yakima.
Frank M. Hawkes. Taeoma.
W. 8. Jameson, Port Gamble.
1»..A. McLaren, Gt. Nor., Victoria,
G. VV. Binnett. San Francisco.
W. N. lazier. Tacoma.
W. D. Shen, New York.
Abe Newburgh, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bungay, Spokane.
C. Pillman, Milwaukee.
H. C. Davidson. New York.
C. W. Wilson. San Francisco.
J. W. Brown, Pueblo.
John C. Denney, Everett.
Harry F. Ostramler. Olympia.
A. Mailer, San Francisco.
W. W. N» wgcld, Portland.
W. J. Williams. Monte Cristo.
A. H. Panford. City.
Benjamin Latz, San Francisco.
THE NEW ENGLANtt
W. 11. Thomas. Carbonado.
J as. D. More. Tacoma.
John Holing. Tacoma.
Robert Duncan. Hamilton.
8. H Ervlng. Steamer Al-Ki.
A. Hughes, City.
R. Turnbull, City.
Ned Williams and wife. Nevada.
Miss Una Clark. Nevada.
J ir«. Mason. Sandon, B. C.
Nile* o. Bergh. Hck-na, Mont.
J. C. Abbott. Oakland.
}S r . Pease. Tacoma.
as. H. Chlsholm, Olympia.
Phil Maul, Oakland.
M. T. Hawkins, San Francisco.
Jos. Thomas. San Frsnctoco.
Chas. H. Bradley, City.
George Mann. Westminster. B.
Jam a Harran, Vancouver, 15. C.
Chad. Barrirklow, Blaine.
THE DILLER.
John Rock McMurray.
Henry K. Morris, Waterloo, la.
]*'. 8. N'eal. Cle ir Lake.
A K. Pretty, iiuiiard.
l*re<l Jones, Cornwall. England.
A. C. Carr. Minneapolis.
S. E. Brown, Clear I.ake.
Mr* S O. Brown. Clear Lake.
T. Webster. San Francisco.
K. D. Sutton Park City, Utah.
Mrs Sutton. P rlt City.
V. Srinson, Snohomish.
Alex A.iair. Nrrvelty.
CF. W. Foop Fir.
Mrs. Foop. Fir.
Kenneth McLeod. Conwiv.
E. G. Rockwell. CoupevlHe.
Aug. Klonterman. T/Ookout.
.T is Morrison. Lookout.
R 8 We-.-Jt, Mammoth H«>t Bpnngs, Wyo.
W. L. Driver, Monte Cristo.
T»ios. Owh.jfs Relsterstown. Md.
M. Evert? Arlington.
OCCIDENTAL HOTET,: best fami'v
hotel in the state; excellent rooms; ail
modern improvements; no bar.
l >ril *> MNjcoKur >er*lee»,
riTTSM'RO. Nov. 23.—The Methodist
Kpiscopal cotigress opened this mornin?
with a religious service sin>pos«Ml to hav,-
been used in the synag.>gue in the time of
Christ. The y-Tvices which w<re deeply
interesting, were conducted by Dr. Bell,
of Boston university. Following the ser
vices several paper* w*fe read, bu; no
aft >rnoon ** ssion was held.
Dr. Sanden
HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE TO ISE na
ture's gieat vital force— Electricity -w! th
out irccnvenlence He has Invented an
appliance by whi ■:» the full < ? man
hood miv i«o regained. His studies have
nought for the means by which w iklv
w men msy reeover the vital force w nich
keep up Vigorous health. Th.a won.ierful
appliance,
I. Mis Fleciiic ii
Hag msde thousands of strong, healthy
men out of nervous wrecks.
It renews the vital enerjrv and builds up
organs that are breaking down it
fill* the body «t:th electrical vitality and
removes all the efT-cts of past abuse Dr.
Sandra's book, "Three Classes of M*-n "
explains ii ali. &*nx closely sealed, f-e?,
cu appiiegtian. Call or address,
S4SDE* EUCTRIC CO,,
Corner of Third and Wa»hiagtwn
Streets, Partlisd, Or* a on.
THE SEATTLE POST-IXTKLUGEXCER. FBII>AY. NOVEMBER 26, 1*97.
IHE MURIIINE REM.
FORECAST FOB FRIDAY.
Portland, Nov. & UK.
Rain; wanner.
U. t DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL»
TUBE. WEATHER BUREAU.
DAILY BrLLETT*
Seattle, Xtr, 25. IT.
? wind. 7 3
I j s_ | |
{ 1 J f| | f
ml? F I
i i | !! I ! :
Seattle .. ..!90.t8| 441 4i! S! «» T Cloudy
Ft. Canby .»».» 44) m BE| <i .«vCloudy
Spokane ...[» ** 33> U 8W Ltj .08 Cloudy
Walla W ..iW.W «| 44, S Lt; .00 Clear
Roaeburg 44 48...../.... .OOClear
Eureka . ..,30.24. St> 5* W Lti .OOClear
Sac'mento .* 22 SO* afij 8 CI .00 Clear
Red Bluff .. ».»] §4 3S N Ltj .(0 Clear
San Fran 5 2! 54! Wj i\ .00 Clear
Baker City. S).»i »i .ovciear
Winnem a ~».»} Mi 44; )....|
STNOPSIS.
It has been a fair day at most Pacific
states stations. There was a light rain at
Walla Waila. The barometer is high at all
stations.
Seattle—Maximum temperature. 46 dee.;
minimum. 42; mean, 44. Weather, cloudy.
G. N. SALISBURY. Observer.
PORT GAMBLE. Nov. 24.—Sailed Am
achr J. M. VV'eatherwax, for San Pedro;
sailed Nov. 25. Ana schr Mary E. Kus*. for
San Francisco.
HOQUIAM Nov. 23.-8 lilcd-For San
Francisco, schr Fannie Adele, from Aber
deen. and schr C. A. Thayer, from Ho
qulam. Arrived—Schr Webfoot, from San
Francisco for Hoquism. bk:n Monitor,
pulled oft the flat* and will sail Thursday.
V»ry little d trn tee was don- her
HOQUIAM, Nov. 24.—Arrived—For Aber
deen. whr Allf*n A., from Guatemala, and
schr Maid of Orleans, from San Francisco.
Sailed—Str l>cl Norte, from CoamopoMs for
San Francisco
UNION CITY. Nov. 25.-Saik«d-Nov. 23.
bk Enoch Talbot, for San FraaeiiCO. with
1,153 piles and twelve tpars.
SAN DIEGO. Nov. 2a. —Capt. Herring, of
the revenue cutter Corwin, now in thia
port, has received Instructions to have her
ready for sea as soon as possible. Some
repairs are b-:ng made to the vessel, but
she will be ready for service in a few
days. No explanation of the order* was
given.
For Infants and Children
The Two Orphans livery stable, with
twenty-eight horses, burned at Caldwell,
Kan.. Wednesday night.
Hope for
Consumptives.
I am prepared to treat consumption and
bronchial troubles by methoda which ara
the best and surest known to the medical
world. My new Invention and treatment
by medicated air kills all germs and acta
directly upon the lungs and blood. Con
sumption can positively be cured by thia
treatment. The public is invited to in
apect my laboratory and treatment rooms.
DR. A. M. BURNS,
Maaonlc Temple, Seattle.
i| Boston & Alaska
. j| Transportation Co.'s
Q : Steamers will make regular
! ; sailings from Seattle during the
J ' > season of 1898. carrying freight
I'■ and passengers for the
Q|i KLONDIKE,
Connecting at St. Michael with
|) jur own line of stern wheel
r >} l river steamers for Munook
nj i ) creek. Circle City, Dawson City,
. .)( and ail points on the Yukon
a i| rlver -
Go Via This Line Because
| j I—lt costs only half as much.
y •' 2—lt Is the beat and quickest
jT »ne.
~ , 1 S—Freight allowance unllmlt*
O ! ed.
< * 4—We are not a trading com
) > pany.
1 ; ■ b— Avoid the perll9 and ex
ton* s'» pen;*® of the overland trip.
First steamer leaves Seattle
P"( on or about April 30, IS3S. For
j full particulars address J. B. C.
} ' I. jcKwood, General Agent, or
( Georse J. Willey, Central Dock,
<} Seattle.
ALASKA
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Steamer
City of Topeka
Will Sail from Seattle
Friday, Nov. 26. 9 A. M.
For Mary Island, K»?chikan. Lorlnjr,
Wrangel, Douglas island, Juneau, Kiliia
noon and Sltk.t.
For particulars inquire at
City Ticket Office, 606 First AT.
Telephone, Main SWt
J. F. TROWBRIDGE.
Fuget Sound Superintendent, Ocean Dock.
Telephone Main S9.
OOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
General Agents, San Francisco,
FOR THE
YUKOH. (OH IE! ill
CUPPER RIVER (Mr
v!a
COPPER RfVTF BAT OR
VALI'ES PASS.
THE PACIFIC STEAM WHALING CO.
Will despatch the A 1 Steamer
ALLIANCE
Sattlr.g from Seattle. December ». 1857.
direct to On-a Station. Port Vaides
and Portage Bay.
For particular* apply to office of com
pany, IX2 Ftrat avenue south.
AUSTIN CLAIBORNE, Gent Agt.
MARIXE SEWS.
Getting the t'ornla Ready.
CASTORIA
THE PICE THAT KILLS!
▲ distinguished Goraaaa pkyatatan da>
dan* this to be the age of
and think* th* civilised raa* i* 4*terierat«
Ing under it. Our lunatic asylum* ar*
filling up at a frightful rate; women who
•he* 14 be plump and rosy are pale aad
•■sactatad; school chlldrea. laatead of bo>
l*g **youa active, vigereua. are debili
tated. overworked and uahappy; business
men are engine* of perpetual worrv aad
vietlaaa of lasemnla; social life I* a nerve
de*tr*ylng whirl of excite meat: cltfe* are
elamorous with distracUos of railroads,
traffic, manufacture and all kustkaa af
fair* that deetroy repose aad murder
Stet. Bv*rything is at high procure,
■adleng. mad activity is the law ef ctr
cumstaacea.
Dr. Charcot's Kola Nervine Tablets are
famous for curing Nervous D seasee whers
other remedies had failed. They wul
make you atrong and weil, try tbesn.
Fifty cent* and C per b«x at orusviMs.
or sent direct Write us for testlmentaia
ef cures. Eureka Chemical * Mfg Co
METROPOLITAN
Commission Company.
SEATTLE BRANCH OF
UK KIMPOIiTM STOCK UMGE CMNUir
OF DENVER. COL.
(Capital fully paid, £*,000.)
Commission Merchants and Dealers in
Grain, Provisions. Stocks and Bonds for
cash or on margins. Private wires to
Chicago and New York.
PROMPT SERVICE.
•Phone. Main 434. Room B. Bailey BMg.
DOWNING, HOPKINS & CO.
BROKERS.
Grain, Provisions, Stocks,
Direct Wires. Prompt Servlca.
Latest Advices.
ROOM D BAILEY BUILDING
in MIXIER-6RAND HOTEL
DaL. HARBACGH. Prep.
Jk (tyr Strictly Fif&CUa Had! ■ Sttflb
*—Msd en KrK Ave., mi
■*«ai aad MmHm,
AMISBMEMTS.
Third Avenue Theater.
* W. M. RUSSELL. Manager.
Telephone Plk* ft.
WEEK STARTING
Sunday, Nov. 21
Matinees Thanksgiving *nd Saturday.
"A PLAY THAT HAS MADE HIS
TORY."
FRANK W. BACON'S
DRAMATIC COMPANY
In a special production of Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Stowe's Great Flay,
UNCLE
TOMS
CABIN.
Two Matinees. Special Scenery. Gor
geous Transformation Scene. Clev
er Company. Plantation Ju
bilee Singers. Siberian
Bloodhounds.
Popular Prices—loc, 20c, SOe, 40c, 80c.
'Phone. Pike 5. Box office open 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m. daily.
THE CHAMPION BELT OF THE
WORLD FOR
Collar and Elbow
Wrestling
At issue between
I. H. McLAU6HLIN,
of Seattle, Wash.,
AND
JOHN J. BENJAMIN,
of New York City.
This contest will take place at the Seat
tle theater on Monday evening, November
29. IW7.
Two best falls out of three to decide the
contest for the World's Championship and
SI,OOO. which Is now In the hsnds of W.
K. Stevens, proprietor of Hotel Stevens,
Seattle. Entire receipts to go to the win
ner, play or pay. Wrestling to begin at
» p. m. All to be governed by Ed James
Rules. Ladies can attend this contest
with propriety, as It will be purely scien
tific and perfect <?rder will be maintained.
Admission H.flO. 75c and 50c.
Tickets will be on sale at Ticket Office
several days in advance.
Qeattle Theater. M*.n «
* Northwest Theatrical Association.
PAUL B. HYNER, Res. Manager.
S NIGHTS. Commencing Tuesday. Nov. 30.
The first Opera of the Season.
IT IS PARIS.
LOST, STRAYED OR
STOLEN.
A Comic Opera In 4 Acts.
S COMEDIANS, IS PRINCIPALS, SO
CHORUS. Beautiful Costumes. Elabor
ate Scenery. Price#, 2&c. 35c. mv*. TV, SI
and J! 50; sale of seata begins Saturday at
It) a. m.
Seattle Theater T«L MUi tt
Northwest Theatrical Assn.
PAUL B. HYNER. Res. Manager.
THANKSGIVING ATTRACTION.
Thursday and Fri lay, N v. 35 and K
rur ♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦»»»♦»»♦
♦ THE GREAT ♦
L4TE ♦ LONDON AMD 9
■an X NEW YORK X
Z COMEDY SUCCESS Z
CASTHIO. X
Presented by Select Company of Metro
politan Farceur*.
Prices— JBr, 56c. 75c «nd 11.00 Sale rf
stats begins Tuesday, November 23. at M
a. to.
PEOPLE'S THEATER.
Second avenue south, r,-ar Washington
s:ree:. Millar Broa A Co.. proprietors;
M »e Goldsmith, manager. TeL M*in
<3O
The most complete vaudeville establish
ment in the West. Week of Nov. 2?,
Put A Ashley'l Thr«e-Aet rsree
(o.Hr * AMD I.
Ale* the Dlitlsgalskel Sew York
Mar CAD WIUOX
Prices 10c. Jfcc. »c and 50c. Boxes U-W
and JiuOtt. Open evtry evening.
EAST
AND
SOUTH.
UCRft Tfl All NL\TS W TBI WOKL9
tk* following Popular Routaa:
RflQQf o —Through Oregon and CUk-
UU(l3l « fornla. passing Mt. Shasta.
Oct, Ipn ""Through Sacramento. Salt
Lak» and Dwnt.
Slinqpf —Through Los Angeles, El
DUJISCIf Paaa and Now Orisons.
**®a rataa as via Northern linaa,
flft-To Saa yiaadw fto
£»» ®*»ttla, tourist: US. first-claasj both
roehidfr!* berth, for train leaving every
day at SJ# «. «.
Ticket* to an points in Japan. Cblna and
Hawaiian Islands.
THOS. A. GRAHAM. I>ist.. Pa ML and
Freight Agent. fiis First Avenu*. Seattia.
Wash.; 961 Pacific Ave.. Tacoma. Wash.
CHARLES H. MARKHAM. Gen. KrgC
and Pass. Agu. Portland. Ura.
SHlff For Hawaii. Sa-
VtsniHnll tuoa. New Zealand
■ and S. &
/SweantL lan<i and Sydney,
wsf Thursday. Decem
ber 9. I£>7. at 2 m. S. S. Australia
to Honolulu on Tuesday, November *>th,
at 2n. ni T. V. Graham. agent. 61» Fir«t
avenu*. Seattia: J. D. Spreckals & Broa
Co.. San Francisco.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
KLEGAXT DIKMO CARS,
TIH HIST SLEEPING CARS,
St Paul, Minneapolis,
Diiiuth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crooks toil,
Winnipeg, Helena,
Butte, Chicago,
Philadelphia, Washington,
New York, Boston,
And All Points £ast
and Sonth.
TIMK SCHEDI'LE,
In KCeet dept. lath, I*o7.
TRAINS LEAVE SEATTLE
For Spokane, Rowland. St. Paul
aiul East 4:00 p. m.
For Portland 9:50 a. m.
•For Olympla 7:00 a. m.
•Fur Aberdeen 9;jo a. «n.
For Tacoma. 7:00 and 9:50 a. m.,
4:00 and 7:00 p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT SEATTLE
From Spokane, Ross land, St.
Paul and East 11:59 a. m.
From Portland 6:06 p. m.
•From Olympia «:06 p. m.
•From Aberdeen 6:03 p. m.
From Tacoma, 8:15 and 11:59 a.
a.. 6:05 and 8:20 p. m.
•Dally except Sunday. All others dally.
Tills card subject to change without no
tice.
Through tickets to Japan and China via
Nortnern Pacific Steamship Company.
For rate#, routes, and other information
call on or address
I. A. NADEAU,
General Agent. Seattle.
Cltv Ticket Office, corner Verier way
and First avenue.
Depot Ticket office, corner Western av
enue and Columbia street.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
No. 255 Morrison street, corner Third, Port
land. Or.
SHORT LINE
-TO
fmer. dew wesiiwnsier (m jui (*omß:i
ein Mi
The Shortest and Most Direct
Roate to tho
am m mm
MINING IIIIS
Taking In all the principal mining caaapa
en route.
Through Parlor Cars dally between S*»
attle and Vancouver. B. C.
Train leaves Seattle daily, 9.09 a. m.j
arrives 5:36 p. m.
Train for Snoqualmie and North Bend
leaves Seattle dally, except Sunday, at
4:lft p. m.; arrives 10:10 a m.
F. A. ALLEN.
Gen. Freight A Pass. Agt.
R. W. PRICE. Agent. Union Station.
Seattle.
To the East.
ML*
To the Kootenai.
Lv. Seattle Ar. Seattle.
Overland 4 p. m. io 30 a. m.
Coast Line 1:15 a. m. 415 p. m.
Japan - American Line.
8. S. lA6OSiHU HARD
For Jspss, rhlss mm 4 All Asletla
relate, tails Frews Sest'l#
AlMal December IS.
Call on ar addresa
r. c. frrrv ENS. a. w. p. cu
First avenue.
Aluminum
Gas Heaters.
SMALL MCES.
Will Make Aay Room
Comfortable la Flftera Vlaatrk
Clean, Quick,
Economical.
Seattle Gas
Electric Light Co.
.>•. 11l Cktrrr Street.
SPOKANE Fill? I IMRIIRSBIS Fo.ll
SHEPPSRO. iM Hi
Tke aaly all rail root* wltkMl
okaaiso o< car* lwtn»«a Spokaae,
Ko«sUa4 and Xel»oa. Also between
Srlsoa and Rosalaad.
DAILY LaCBPT StNDAV.
Leave Arrive
SA) a- m Spokane « 4«> p. m.
li tM a. m Rosaland 5:50 p. m.
9 20 a.ro Xtison i.ii a. m.
Close connections at Nelson wnn steam
er for Kaaia and all Kooienay Lake
Poinia.
Passengers for Kettle River and Bound
ary Creek connect at Marcus with stage
dally.
R
TJ
N
S
mm PENNYROYAL PILLS
Tk«jr ortrooßf WHUMH. trragu
l*mj and omt«»)v>u>jßcrt'»M' T'*or
and i>«ii;*h *- patn* «.f m*n«tnia-
V»VB " T»IT ar« •* LLLK TATTN"
to strU »t womaahood. aidtn« d«*-
sttopment ofc*«r*n» and body. No
known rrmed* ror wanton •qttli
j jhfin. Cannot <lo harm— lit* tw
eoatee a (liaavur*. St per k*S
Vkfm^
For aale by Stewart * Holmes Drue Gfc
zo-zo. mm \
mi N - i
CLOSSOX &KELLEY %'lSf
9TKAMUKS.
FLY ON THE~"FLYER."
SEATTLE TO TACOMA.
Four round trip* dally, except Sunday.
In one hou«" and twenty-five minute*.
THE BIEAMER "FLYER."
Regular dally irlpa, Seattle-Tacoma
route, as follows:
TAKINO EFFECT TT'ESDAY. MAY 1
TIME CARD.
Leave Seattle— 7:45, 11:15 a. m.: 2:45. 6:13
p. m.
Leave Tacoma—9:3o a. m.: 1. 4:30. 8 p. m.
SUNDAYS.
Leave Seattle—'7:*) a. m.: 12 m.; R p. m.
Leave Taconm—9:3o a. m.: 2:»V 7;*> p. m.
l-wdln* at Northern Tactile wharf. Ta
coma. and Commercial dock, foot of Ma
rlon street, Seattle.
Sundays, aieamera Flyer and State of
Washington.
WASHINGTON » ALASKA STEAM
SHIP OO.'J STEAMBHP
CITY OF SEATTLE
70 hours
SEATTLE to DYEA and SKAGUAY.
Thla magnificent steel screw steamship
wiu sail from Seattle for Juneau. Skag
uay Hay. Djest and way ports. Dei>»*nber
13th, 9 p. m.
Her accommodation* are unrivaled. Bhe
Is the finest, fastest, and most comfortable
vessel on this route. In connection with
above the ALASKA STEAMSHIP COM
PANY will operate their elegant and fast
sailing steamship
ROSALIE
From St-attle Wednesday night at 7 o'clock
for Juneau, Sknguay llay, Dye* and way
porta.
For freight and passace apply to
C. H. J. STOJ.TENHERG.
Qen. ticket a*t.. under N P ticket off. or
CHARLES E. PEA BODY. Manager.
WHATCOM. SEATTLE AND TACOMA
ROUTE.
Take steamer HAY CITY for Anaeortes,
Falrhaven or Whatcom. Leave* Commer
cial dock. Tacoma, 2 p. m.: City dock
I foot of Main street). Seattle, !> p. m.. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat. Returning. k-»ves What
come # p. tn.; FaJrhavtn, t»: 1.» p. m . and
Anacortes 10 p. m.. Sun.. W»dnes. and
Frl. Fares—Seattle It. or Si -50 round trip;
Tacoma 11-25. or 13 round trip.
w. H. ELLIS.
PORT ORCHARD AND PORT WABH
INGTON ROTATE
STFAMF.K MtBY F. PERLBY
leaves Galhralth dock, foot of Washing
ton irtreet. for Sylvan Grove. Port White.
Bremerton. U. S. Dry Dock. Charleston.
Sidney Tracyton. Sllverdale daily, ex
cepting Saturdays snd Sundays. , t s.oo ,>.
m.; Saturdays at 2:30 p. m.. Sundays nt S:RTO
p. m. Returning, leaves Sllverdale at 7:00
h. tn.. Dry Dock S:2-> a. m. Saturday nights
leaves Sllverdale 5:30 P. m.. Dry Dock 7.00
p. m Telephone Red 151.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION r'O.
Seattle. Everett A Whatcom Route.
State of Washington leaves Seattle daily
except Saturday at 10 p m.
Seattle. Everett and La fonner Route.
Starrer Falrhaven leaves Se.,tMe da ly
except Saturday, at 10 p. m.. calling et Ev
erett rolng north Monday, Wednesday and
Frldav: *o!ng aouth Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday.
Telephone, Main 27*. Ye-sler dock.
PORT TOWNSEND AND WAY PORTS.
S'.eamT Idano etves daily, except Sun
day. at 7 a. m.: Sunday, direct at • a rn -
returning, direct, leaves Port Towpsend at
7 p. m.
TACOMA. AND WHATCOM
Steamer Georye E. Starr leave,
at 2 P m Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri
days for Seattle, Anarortes. Fairhaven
and New Whatcom leaving Seattle at »
n. m. Returning, leaves New Whatcom
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday* at i
p. m. 'Steamer goes to Blaine Wednes
days.
nail* frr.m f* !n Fri»i
for K**aflf ar>d Nrwinbor »
Freight. 12 Conn*''tloti# for ,tll p(i
g«»t sounfl port*. K_ ft, CAIN"K AntriT.
T< *« phone. I'ik* 74 ArllJigtoti lxx k.
KRI'HK LINK.
fifJimfihlp Cleveland Icav«* £*intl«- for
g,m FrasciMO November 3ft, <'ai,in. t~ 'f>,
atr-raj?*, W.
Sails from San Fr»nc**ro f«r S* ,"|<? aril
Tacow* Dee*rot>er 4 Fwirht. II ('otiw
tlon mt4« for ■" Pu**t «>OJi »t f»r.ri
Ft.-arrmr Likmt »H mikf r iul»r trip*.
For dat»« K. E- CAINE At-artl.
Telephone. Pik« ?«. AriJnjrtoji Th# u.
TACOMA. SEATTLE VANVOUVEIt"
STEAMER ITTOPtA
Wtn M&fl from <'olm*!: dwrk »v.-y Mon
day and Thursday at * p, d for Biain*
ana Vancouver. far« u» Biaine. SLOu.
Vancouver, |3.<W.
Tek-paor.a M<!n
V A. P. MAXWKIX. Ag»nr
Cr»im«R r>.fk
BAN JtTAV ISLAND*
STEAMER LTD!A THOMMoy
Carrying United «* - a:*a mat). )*a v<-« r*it y
dock. foot of M*ln * r««t. Mvad*y
Wednesday aftd Friday a? I a. m '>r for?
TovnMsd, fc*n Juan I«>and* ard N% vr
Whatcom. R«'.ur«inc. l*Avet N'-w What
«>a Tatfciay. Tfvirnd* v and Saturday at
4 a m. J R. Thorn: Kin rr.*ruiif» r-#«»n r.
LiUy. Bo*ard*» • (♦, **• ni». City dock
Telephone. Main *<•
HOOD CANAL ROUTE. "
U- 8 MAIL
BTEAMER DELTA
Leave* Gaiormlth dock, foot of Wa»hlng
too «cra«t. Tv>#*dav». Thuraday* and it*
urdays a: » B'ciock a. m.. t or Klnatton.
Port Gambl*. B**b»<k, Brinnon. Tioily.
D*watto. LlUiwauo Fall* Moodsport aj«d
Uruon Ctty. Returns aUarsat* days.
D. TROUT MAN. Mu.cr.
Telephone. Red liL
KRUSE LIN'K.
tn? * n i?Y
it s
Due *T VLAftfB
I * a. »vtfclMMl
5 5 &c it S »
£ T. g. 1 f Theiomw^JDflß
to change, without pffvVoi
2 rktajffiiflH
Bfek. Seattle Ticket
aS^ a ¥-
STR. CITY OF ABKRpEEf
LEAVES FOR TACWIk
. AT I'M X. H.
DAILT. EXCEPT 3UHm£ M
j STR. MULTNOMAH "9
<DAILY> - sJi
I LEAVES FOR TACO||/AH®o|m|
FARE . m Al
rOMA. 50 CENT*
round TRip"» awm J9
T«l.. Main ft. CITT DOCK. AmkM
CAPT. L WILLEY, Managa«i
PIJGET SOU N )> A
COMPANT:
VICTORIA ROOTK, : '|]
Steamer City of Kingston N'lfiaJl
coma. Wash, and Victoria, B. C. """S'lM
RrOOyml.vJMi *Tiromi 'llo,Art aatjS
»:(W>pm:Lv! 2SI SEATTLB
liwum l.v: Pi, Townscnd, 38 Arul^^B
J ttam Ar'.Wl Victoria IU
•Dully except Saturday.
This steamer furnUhes
modatlon*. carrying both
I'.uTnucrK. ami leav*s tiom Tnlw
Seattle. for Victor:* at Id p. ta..
Tacoma at 2:13 p. m.
Paswngers for Victoria cam
gtaterocsns until 7 a. m.
For rates. tickets, etc.. Inquire of
O F, THORNnWgJI
u. NAnfiu: w "" w ""'
General Agent. X. P. Ry,, gqngfjS
STRAITS STEAMSHIP COMl»^ygß
STRS. GARLAND AND EVANQfIgd
Seattle and Town*end-Neah Bay MM
Steamer Garland leaves Yesler
days. Tuesdays and Thursdays at »B
p. m. for Port Townsend. Port Wflfe9
I>ungcne«i, Port Angeles, Port
Gettysburg. I*ysht. Clallam Bay and ftß
Pay: returning arrives at Seattle I aT*
on opposite day*. Steamer Evnngel I&9
Yosler dock for T*ort Townsend. PortsS
ireles snd Victoria Mondays.
and Fridays at «:» p m.; arrives Hfl
alternate days at t:m p. m. -jj^|
BARNESON A CHILCOTffc -^jj
Ship and Steamship Agents, FraltfgsgJ
Chartering Brokers. 1
Offices. Mutual Life Bulldlag. Jj'j
Telephone, Black
ALASKA. iBB
ALASKA COMMERCIAL & S.
STEAMSHIP FARALLON
Will sail for J
JUNE AT?. SKAOtTAT AND DY«* |Jj
4. and every IS day* theraaMK
Passenger accommodation nra Al» JJMfi
pi- room for freight and stock. W '?*
For freight and passage apply to fM
J. G. CARROLL, Agant |
Schwab.icher's Wharf. Foot Of Unfen ttl
Telephone. Pike C.
POUT ORCHARD AND PORT WAlfi
INGTON ROUTE
STEAMKH A. R. ROHLNSOfc ffl
C.irrying U. 8. Mail ll
On Port Orchard and Port
route, leaves City dock. f«ot of JBB
street. S.» a. m. calling at Sootk HE
n.i'. ht '• «rl< k Yard. Hremertea,
Navy Yar<l. Sidney. Oharleeton. TfMfBM
Chico, Ptlverrlale. Leaves Port MB
Navv Station at 2 p. m.; arrives
4 n m K. N. Robinson, master. OH
Roi;ardus A Co.. agent* TdqMi
Main «7.
SKAGIT RIVER ROUTE--Ste«m«r 'cjSr
of »*hamp.<ign weekly time card.
Leaves Seattle NovenAer J3 at f lbi.:
November Y> at 7 a. m.: NovemberJfl®
sa. rn. Leaves Mount Vernon NaveahßS
24 at S a. m.: Nov»mher St at • a. flkp
November » at 1» a m.. ralUajr at TutoSk:
Srnnaiood. Fir. Skagit City. Mount ?9p
non snd Avon.
CITY DOCK Steamers fnt all poiatajgi'
the Sound. Open all night. H. % ■Sp|
IVmalil. nm«'>r._ Teje^ihone_Majfl_J^
BANKS.
PEOPLE'S SAVINCMI '
Occidental block. Seattle. Waafi. -
Capital
-OFFICERS AND TBUSTEMUj^i
Jsrob Furth "CHHMB
Arthur A. Denny ...Vwe pmß
Jonn Leary Second Vtoo PM)M
James R. Hayden Mtnairef. CaanT. WfH
Frank I. Blodgett........Asststairt OuMH
Slgmund Sehwshacher. John OalMf S
E C. Neufelder J. T. Oroenhnt
Transact* a savings bonk buslOOM SH
clustvely.
Deposits received from fl to BtM
Interest allowed per annum: StX M
cent, on term deposits: 4 per cent. OS'IMN
d 'nTv!de < f^ > de*iared last days of May eel
Ilovember. I aim made on real MIM;|H
approved collaterala only. *
DEXTER MORTON A CO., BANCI&
Incorporated Mt.
Capital JJjMli
Vlre President •••W' M.
Min»f r >p■ H latuiilf
f'ashler k. Van Tuyl
Su-ht exchange and traps'
fera on New York. Chicago. St. PauLS»S
Francisco Portland and various pptatf SI
Oregoa and Pritlsh
Klifht hI!H f*t eiehange on uwtam
a! e?<M where in Europe. _
made at alt points an laWl*
at'lo ternjs, . . , .... .
Konds. stock* snd oiher *s uaklaa
on for
TITE ~T«D.T 2*>vjh> NATIOWAII
DANK of BRATTLE
stork paid In "ftj#
Surplus ...h «...•»•• ».«•»«•••• nw
- i
Jacob Furth ri!iflr2?
i: c Neufelder " c *
R. V. Ankeny
jasL'"^
Tim K.HCT
paid-up capital im'S
Surpiue
UMuri"H McMlcken -gresjfo"*
j i< Mcaraw ;;;.\_.. .^.hsr
banking
Sight t*nd "
In aii th» prin'toal clttes or tna w»na
S.attcs «nd Q- inaaka
I>tte'a of credit furrueaan on sawa
payable at all trading poala af the M. A. *
A TV CO. -
NATIONAL BANE OF (XJIIMMCt
Paid-up uiiduU -
Transact* a geoofal banktrig bu^inaea.
M. D Bollard Vloa' KeSdenl
H C. Henry Vlc * rTZ^i
R. R. Speocar
Safe'/ Deposit Boxes for Rent.
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