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FOB
COPPER RIVER
The Big Ship
Kate
Davenport
2.000 Toes
SAKS FROM Mpifrll ®N
SEATTLE ABOUT I"ldl til O
Good Accommodations At low Rates.
HAVNER & CO.,
General Agents,
SCHHABACHKR DOCK. ROOM C, RAI'KY BLDG.
THE "BIG SQUARE" ROUTE TO DAWSON CITY. I
STKAMHIIII' I'RO(JKESO I
Z.m Tor.*, T
Will Leave for St. Mirlud June f. t
Swift. n d.-rn .«• <1 m'-.-r »■ SKATTLiC & Yt*K«'»N STEAM- +
river steamer*. SHIP CO.. T
For Mnurtloa apply Arlington I*>ck. I
■+■++++++* *++++++++++++++4 ++++++++++++++^
••••••«•••••••••••••••••••
• •
I New Steamer I
! WHITELAW I
• •
• Steamer a
• Pad •
• DYEA and SKAGHAY. j
: March 3d, :
; PASSENGERS, :
: FREIGHT, •
: LIVE STOCK. :
• Elwtrtc light*. fine acvomnvvla- 0
• k s ■ I ; i i- • •
• P. Agent #
• W' ■ • " ' •
• •
t £
; Safety, .Sprr.it and Comfort #
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I l'oj; i v I ion < «».•> 3.
I Str.'DEL NORTE' f
I roB i
| WranKel. Jjneau.
Skajrway and Dyea, j;
Leaves trslrr Ltak
:j: 2. 1898.
+ v | • *i*
A I'mi- ■ ic' • - -nd (rtl|hi For +
+ r , tppiy to ;£
J. V. <JO» I 11. \ C r„| •{-
•£ •; j * r,r »* *««•• Ijl
i ALASKA.
V
X Mdmiri
! SHiNAK
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DEARBORN
PRINTER
ICPLUMS BUILDIMG
EAST
AND
SOUTH.
TICKET TO AU. POINTS I* THR rt'OULO
Via the following Pjpu'ar Routes:
Sliacf'i ~"'J *s'- Oregon and Calt
» iictrMil fornia. passing Mt Shasta.
(Id 1 ipi> —Through Sacramento. Salt
' ** Lake ar.d Denver.
SIIINAf ~T f " rou Sh Los Angeles, -1
" Paio and New Orleans.
Same rates as via Northern lines.
OKI— To San Kranrtaro—*lo
From s-Mttl,. tourist: s_j flrst-cJa.-.*. both
:'P "fth. fir tr.uns leaving every
tiay at >.M j m. ,» n d LOO p. m
'■7; ' 10 all juitits in Japan, China
ai d Hawaiian Islands.
TITOS A GRAHAM Dist. Pa.M and
ireiKht Ag-nt. Sl» First Avenue Seattle,
W as. ;«-l Pacific Av v T.I mi Wash.
< lIAHIL.s H MARK II AM Gen. Ftgt.
.1 La.**. Agt Portland. Ore
oiW«Mii For I! w ,m. Sa-
P[MIC
JP S Ma r;■ - 1 -ills
@npaßH- „ v k : «-!S
1 • F» t r jry 23 at 2 p m S S
! FT "• ilu en. St* • \ M■ r h
~ >' - p m T. A 'l*"..' jrn. agent.
' ! t tvt'r.iie, i-mtti* J l> Sj'reckels
Ai Bros t" San Franc -co
SI I OKI' Ij I N" K
- TO -
> xm? he* ms ®j »te at
b'.'-iSti GUilldiajfX
!h<- '■hirli-tl ami M<u| Direct
Hmifr <«» tlic
Clll« MM!
WHIM lIIIS
Ifcorlril u till t|»«t inrfi-t Huulr to
«1" Mount Rnkrr rtflit*.
T • •r!**l »* *S~ ■ Ar :-?•
!• ■ ' **-•! >'f .»ii ,;; i'a » ,oirr*
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«« • „ T • »• ' n .r„ iv :ul Sat
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THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. FBIDAY. FEBBFABY 2". 1898.
u
&C\p£ B
rCLLMAS SLEEPING CAM,
K LEG ATT DWWO CAM,
TOMII9T SLEEPING CARS,
TO
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duinfh. Farsfo,
Grand Forks, Crookston,
Winnipeg, Helena,
Bntte, Chicago,
Philadelphia, Washington,
New York, Boston,
And AH Points East
and South.
TIWB SC HRUI I.E.
!■ F.frrt Frbrmrr IS. ISW.
TRAINS LEAVE SEATTLE.
For Spokane, Ro?sland, St. Paul
and East 4 »i p m.
For Portland 500 a. ax. and 4< h p. m.
•For Olympla 7 SO a. n».
•For Aberdeen 5 fIX, a m.
For Tacoma.. 3;00. 7:30 ar.d 11 >0
a. m.; 4 jU ar.d 7-oo p n.
TKAINS ARKIVE AT SEATTLE.
From Si-<-kane. Kossland, St.
Paul and East 7:00 a. m.
From Portland 6:rO anl 11:30 p m.
•From Olympla 6 Jj p m.
*Fr m Aberdeen _ ... 6.20 p. m.
From Tu -jm.» ' Ju and S. 10 a.
in.. l-:li. t . and 11:99 p. m.
•Dai;> exn.pt Sunday. >ll others aaiijr.
This c»i J subject to c aange witnojt
notice.
Through tickets 'o Japan and China via
Northern Pac.fl- Steamship Company
For ratea. routes, and Oliver Information
ca»i on or address
1. A. NADEAI,
General Agent, Seattle.
City Ticket Office, corner Yealer way
and Firft avenue.
L»ei ot TlcUet < >itl- e. corn«r Western ave
nue and Columbia street.
A. D CHARLTON.
AiS'.s'ant General Passenger A*<.iit.
No 255 Morrison street, corner Thirfl,
Portland, ur.
Mill PACIFIC MUY
SOO PACIFIC IIS.
Nc* Tonri*t Car Service
to the £a*t.
Commencing February 2*. and every
Thursday thereafter. t r v.igh tourist car.
Seattle to Portland, Maine,
Without Change.
A>o daily touriet to St. Paul; every
Sunday to Toronto and every Wednesday
to Boston.
Ih- «e car< ar» mod- is of oomfurt and
elegance.
Train for all Eastern points daily a: i J)
a. m.
Steamers to Japan ar.d China, and
Honolulu. Fiji and Australia every four
weeks.
For rates and other Information apply
to E. W. MGfNNIS,
Freight and Passing* r Agw., First
avenue,
Or to E J COYLE,
District ra«serger Agent. Vancouver,
B C.
GBEAT - City
Ticket Office
First Ave
I '»»« ArrW*
4:00 OH- -(teWiiifroeSS- ■ • ?:00ilt
8:15 aa- -ites cos lines-• 6:15 p. a
Japan-America Line
STE4MSHIP TStSMIH M4K>U
For Jiptn. China and A.I A«'a::; Point*,
About March 6th.
THE EVERETT
& MONTE CRISTO
RAILWAY
T « r.ly - i*.* to the rv- i'.ir nl ac* •• •
.*;••• :* * Gt rdOB
Crt»k Martin ? ivprror. L'e«r
Goal 1,-ikand M n!# CrbtO.
e for tour:M.«, J. . 3 - ai.d
cars'-t... g j/ariies.
F •- -it»« v . «nf rmation sddr«««
rc.i r«»: iocui nftnt. or
S N KAt RD,
U«n. Frt .t, !' Af Wi*h.
STC * M I R «.
ALASKA
•t*ain«rs K«r*! P.. grot!* an J
HuencON>. FaraUon ar l
*ai! t>r June vj. Sktgw.iy. rye*
*»y ports F.fenwry 13, ;« a* M.irrh !.
P*«« ~e»r i-,Dan l*t|- r* er« Ai.
Am;-* rccra ( r Jr. and s'c-ck.
F.r frrg*:! *r.3 #rr?T to
J C. rARRi tu Ajrer.t.
S . « \H r?. fv • T-- --
»• •*?. »P v F. M- >tr & Co, %*:• F r--. »vf.
T* r. r ~
PACIFIC NA . ;* ri S CO
«->« , "v- 't v W v «»?-ra p, .»
' " ' '• >■ I!t ;0» y
ex -.«• j? i •'* *t -• tn *
a--* :.i r
•-'* ' •'* f •••'!• «•«••• "«a ♦ >-■?. %" .
' • > ■ ' lIJ *? .•» fft , • , . "
er«"; C g \! <, t . 4 4 ■■ J- *
iL . - • " • ' : --- ■■ .•' JwJ
T*\*oi-.or.v Mi;a n Xe»!« doc*.
"My busy day"
—the day when housec;ean:n£f sets
9fp + \Ajyr/ in. If you do it in the hard-working,
bustling wa >'' every man. woman, and
child wants to get under cover. Do it
J\ withPearline.and nobody's troubled,
not even you yourself. Pearline
Vzf / housedeaning i? quicker, quieter,
jjl M I { sooner through with, easier.
Saves much rubbing. Saves
1) paint. Saves temper,
llf —~-d\ I U Wherever you can use water for
1/ r 1 cleaning, use Pearline with it
i - £ e: t^,e est %v°rk
r*n B Pi |V Y And let the children help. They
jamd | • y enjoy cleaning with Pearline, and
you'll be training them in the way
/ they should go. a:
S. R. WAGONER. D. D. S., Post Graduate.
Tee:h Mounted on Rubber, Rubber Aluminum Lined. Celluloid. Alum num. OoSl
and Continuous Gum 'A'crlc. SPECIAL, ATTENTION GIVEN TO IRREGULAR
ITIES OF THE MOt'TH AVD TEETH. PorcvU n Crcwrs ar.d Inlay#.
LEST RUBBER. BEST TEETH, *7 30. £-K GOLD CROWNS. $5.00.
OFFICE—IB, 10. 17 HALLER BLOCK. Tel. Mam 4-59.
V A £-*1 U IndotT Claaa. Mirror Platea. Glairrt M*B*a
■ w I /% and Hour*. Falnta, Olla. \ arnlahea. llrntb-'a,
lily /**%. if i. J r(c. F. W. Desoe A Ca.'a Celebrated Mixed
Palal*. t i i t t I i i t
NELLE & ENGELBRECHT,
Telephone Red SSI. Colombia «t.
MANHOOD
W St 0 tiocol»ftusiomPr|Bn<S« phTsic4an.wUl quickly cm* Tc>uofaJl
\l\ f\) IT * T r ou ® or dishes of the generative or»»,-i, such A* L» st Mauhood
V. £SAI V Y- 1 initial ffmlMliiiiii ITIII »>.•
1 L f fW P-mpie*. rcatnew to Marry, KxhawaUMt X)ra;r s Vark-oc-t« * J
Vf f V •/ Consltn.ition. I titers all l..<se« by day or nfeht Prevents quick
\-/ >W CMS of d:*-harfe,which If notchected W; s to Spermatorrhea ar.-i
Brro R r nit iTrf R all thahorrar* of Im potency. • I'FlOESEcltaaatSUieliter Uia
BEFORE MB AFTER k i dnorg ftnd th e ortnary orjra-igof UupuriUea. lua
Cl"l>l»K\E strenKthensand restore* smaJl weait oi-ai>*.
Tbf reason suflerer* are not cured by fxvtors i* becnusf ninety per rent are troubled «ftl>
rt »tIlia. CPPIDEN Kls the only known remedy to cure w!:tn>:u an Op-ration. Sf»*ne*t!n f
t written crrMrimtee given and money returned tf s.x b< \en d(H-a not fcilecl a Dtx—u
1 -oi, ilx fur li'JO,Uy inaJL Send fur raxKCtttaiar and u-stiuioniaij,
ddJreaa Davol UeU.ciaa Co.. P. O. Box 20*<i. SaA fraactaoa GIL
Far aaia at Langa Um< Siara, Fraat and Columbia atraata. flaattla WaA
STI: \>IERS.
FOR VANCOUVER. VIA ANACORTES
AND WHATCOM.
The elegant Stdewheel Steamer
OCEAN WAVS
Ctencey. Master
WiTl l»i*« Yesler wharf. Seattle. er?ry
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at 11 10
p m for Ana >rtes. Fairhaven. What
com and Vancouver. Pa>-*er.gers may so
or: I ard ar.l occupy #oom< at <t) ji. rn.
Returning will leave \'*n- • '.: v r evcrv
Monday. Wednesday ar.d Friday, at II
P m.
Thi* steamer h is superior pas-«njer nc-
Commcdatior.s T"dnle service srp.is^.jd.
For
at Yesler wharf
WASHINGTON STEAM NAV. CO.
STR. MULTNOMAH
(DAILT)
LEAVES FOR TACOMA AND OLYMPIA
AT I P. It
FARE BETWEEN SEATTLE AND TA
COMA. M CENTS.
ROUND TRIP. S5 CENTS,
Tel Main S? CITY DOCK. Agent.
CAPT. L. WILLEY. Manage.
FUGET SO; NT) * ALASKA STEAM
SHIP COMPANY.
VICTORIA ROUTE.
City of Kln|«*on he:w»en Ta
rctsu Wash . and Victoria B C.
*<'»'t«n'Lv: M •Tacoma iliii Art
10 '*»: m l.v y SEATTLE I <r* 1 4Spm
1 <Kmm Lv Pt. Town-end ) is A: 1-) 4 am
J 4" am Ar l* 1 . 1 Victoria M Lv' g.DOam
• \ ept Saturday.
Tr - ->imer furni-hes fSr»'-rlas* »».
cemm >.!at:ona. carrying h*th freight <nd
passer.»;t-rs. and leaves f--*?i Y• - ier w »rf.
B*att i«. ' r Victoria at 10 p. m . and for
Tacoma at 2 15 p. m.
Pans- ■ e rn f »r Victoria can occupy s:at»-
ro m* until 7 a. m.
For rate.-, t kete etc.. inq dre c*
E T POPE.
Arent. Yesier Wharf. Sea:t!a
I NADEAU
Gencr■' Ag-nt. N P Ry . Seatt'.e
PA'MFIC < A3T ST K A MSff 1 P cu.
F> »P- S\N FTIANCIS
Tt« f ■ *n* 3 <! -: • ■ St- <:.•-• T"M V
TTI.I.X CITY OF P!>"'S \ ! W \t.u
w \ I I.\ • SFXTTLK VI P->rt Towna
er 1 and \ .ctof'.a, R C.. % a. m J*-. *»
F-h 3. «. 13 l« 2'V >. March 1 I" if. X
2* H AI r ! .i ♦ * 14 19. 24 » Leav* SAN
FLXNCIS'' > fcr s it: .- via Victirj R.
C and P t T.WTs*nd 11 a m Jan. 31
F 5 I 2"» 25 Mr-f 2 7 12 1: 22
2" April I. €. 11 !•! 21 .S
FOR A SK \
T V * S'.-I T-. „ j' KEN V'-TARF \ V
c v 1 • ! < x Ai.- K' •• ■rrviß
CITY an 1 OURAOO V leave SB ATT I E
9 . -n . F»V. 4. 7 9 14 T« IT. 24. 2" 2«.
M" 1 M 11 1! I« 1:' 24 2« 2T* X\ A: tl
* * 1« t.%. 17. 1«. y- 2" ?v *■ Sf> The com
pany reserve* rteht to •h»n»:»" w,-,-if»ut pr»-
\ .« teafs '« ** rg :*• « and
hctra if s > -e • r f -"-r ; «r- . r»
pr :r«> .- i-nri*nv'» r-" * J rS.
J F. RoWHHIt'GK Ps S.-pt . Ocean
T k. Seat » City TkTte! \gt •* —" Er*t
Av S ,*tt. •»>.• 'all. Perkins 1- Co..
Ge- Ag'* S F
STRAITS STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STRS. GARLAND AND EVANGEL.
c e a- 1 T w • • ;V- - B-n Pri'a
S-- ver .arlar.-i MV< Vesier do K
da*-- T «r.d Thursday* at 11 i)
p m ft 1 Tow"send. Port Wll'Uma
I s r.--- Port A. k' • - Pert Cr e ent
G»-t: > *l> .rg Py«-.*. « arr. itay nd Neafi
l.v re* „r: rsg ar*'*e« at Sett* » p m _
- S:»a»: »r E v
\ -rr i «. f•- P rt T ««r.) i* ■; \ n .
f e- i 1 V :ori M r lav* A . - ,v»
4 a Fr:l at •' p m a-r»v« Sea: ',«
ait. r.tte cay* at 2*> p m Tel. Ma:r.
FTEAM.FR GLIDE
V.— CI!V F •* PT'RY MR (--YFOJO J _
<JJI.V» .*• .» A. M FOR T*WM*. Fart i 5-.-\ * '
F RT OP. MARI> AND PORT~WASH*.
2XTTON F. r*TK. 1
FTKAM IR A R R .'HIXSOV
CARRY -* T\ * MAN
0- P -• OR. I*RI AND F F,,v, r
r v V.y f • • £
***-.*: »* I »N »T - •H'NOJ'-L
U »"1 ! ' -»R -N HI
N -- * - 9:' '■ v . ■' *T> - J X V
C L«JVR« PAR:
NIM - * >.: : R V AR* I - R=»4-- . " T .
< *N E N ROBIN.* N, U >*
Tt-tiTA ;S 4 CJ. *SR «*.» Te:t Ziat !
M*IA K.
STEAMERS.
FLY ON THE "FLYER."*
SEATTLE TO TACOM V.
Four round tria* dally, except Sunday.
In one h- ir in' rwt»n:\ five minute*.
THE STEAMER "FLYER"
Regular dai'y trips,
re;;:*, as follow:
TAKING EFFECT TUESDAY. MAY 3.
TIME CARD.
Leave Seattle—7:ls, 11:13 a. m . 2.15, 6:li
p. tr.
Leave Tacom.l—9:l9 i. *n.. 1. 4 r\ S p. m.
SUNDAYS.
Leave Seattle—" TO .T. 1T... 12 *n.. " o. tn.
Lnvo Tjrotni-:< 30 a m i 30. T3O p. m.
Landing at Northern P;»w .arf. Ta
c r.ia .r. 1 >'. v r.erclal do k. foot of Ma
rion stre-1. Seattle.
Sun ateamers Fiyer and S'.ate of
Wasnlrgton.
sr:.\ ::.K & NAVIGATION
COMPANY.
C.O ON THE GREYHOUND.
SEATTLE. EVERETT AND EDMONDS
ROUTE.
T!m* C.t-3 L».t ve* Seattle 7 a. m.. 12
m and 3 p. "n tv. s Everett D:I3 a. m
2:30 p. m and 7:15 p. m.
Thr"> rour. 1 tr!r« Lilly, except S :~ lar
Connection*- At Seattle with the steamer
Flyer Ta.-oma. At Everett with the
steamer M kado for Sno .orr.ijh. i r I w;:h
the Ever " it Monte Crls* ,> railway for
Mon -' C-isto and w »y statl tw«.
Coiman Dork M rrhant*' Dock
E'. • ret t. Telephone. Seat-le, Jte,i 331 Ev
erett «J. E. B. S "OTT.
_ __ Manager.
PORT ORCHARD AND PORT WASH
INGTON H')UTE.
STEAMFR MARY F PERLEY
L*ave* Gaibra.th dock foot of Wis.i ng
ton street, for Sylvan Grove, pr>rt w
Bremerton, U. S Dry D k. Char.. .s;c»V
S tney. 1 1 y:on J»:'v--1 ,'e ex
cept Saturdays and S anday* i« *. ~
m . Saturdays it 2» ; rr .Si . 5, 56
p ru R*-t irntn* eaves s..v-r .\, v v »>
a. m Dry Dock S.M a m Saturday nl»;:ttji
l#av«a» Ss:wd»> S '»• • m , Dry n ; w
p. m Telephone. Red Ul.
SKAGIT RIVER ROUTE S'.xim*r Ci y
<>f Cham;; ilgn— Week!y Tim* Card.
Lea v»«» F*- 21 nr 10 ; rn Feb.
23 at F< 2"> it nt.-'r. get. i<-.i v. •
Mt. Vernon Fe v 23 it a. ni . Feb. 2. •:
» a. nn . Feb. 27 tt I. a. m.; culiM it Tn«
la::p Stinwoixl. Fir. 8k gl: On M: Ver
non nd Avon.
For pUMtIMT a ■ : freight r lt< I l| : V it
City I»ook YV p. C: k-.v - Mi .»*, »|
H M r,il I M t.-- -r. T v M
SAN JI'AN' ?SL.\ V!'-
FTEAMFR LVDTA THc.MIWN,
C i -sited State* n: U-aves < ty
dock to " of M cr: *:r > ' Stsr.!
T .e*day and Thrsraday at 12 'clock n: d
nts; t fcr Port "1 wnsend S.-n J .an .• is
as. i N-w W>, »tc«»n» Returnlnc. ler;ve«
N-w What corn Tw- lay. T. .r ■ Jay ar.d
Saturday at 4 a. m. J R. T:tomp-ut. r». »n
--a*- >wn-r. I. Ky-P L- ,rd * X- »*<>.. a*enua
City «i a T« >[i or . Mon 87
WilATi M SE A \E AND T \COM \
ROUTE
Tik» P' irn<— r' \ V • iTY f'r A" :corte!.
Faimav i ;>r Whatcom. Lei\e f'ommer
ciai d>-k. Tae#tß», 2 r. tr • ory ,ixk
ytc •of ,\T • -•' r<- • • S- 1■ ■' s - m,'l,• -«
Th..r«. aril Sit !?••• tr-.r.a, inv i What
com I a Flit 1:15 rv... a»-l
A; a. "es !■' m Sut. W ! -. <r ..l
Fn. Fare* ?#• % ■.* i". or $' ' round tr.p;
II 25. or f: round 'rip.
W H ELLI3-
g~ r> oie ' t- ~ p —c-y
LE'A'.SSPOR TV ■-M \ vvo OLTMPI4
AT '>• A M
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
HOOD CANAL ROUT 18.
1 S MAIL
STEAMFR DELTA
I »ive-> > •• K ' •
ton ! *re*t. _T ,e« i.. >». T >jrada v* *-d Sit
orday« a* ~ , it a n. for K.r.a ton.
Fori "« ieal »: • • • fi . „
' * • U: wasr Pi * H K-. : -• ir; j
Untcn City Rt'jrr* a: - >'rr-ite <L-.s
D TROUT MAN. M_ster.
T*>; ' tjre !>•!
[II MOTS-GRAND ROTEL
l>mV. If t KRU OH
ftl yii; SiTifLj Fust-Ola Sml a
I *—'erf •« fif»l
zo-zo. iS
[CURES IN iTO 7 DAYS
PRICE 11 !0-T/PRESS PAID
CLOSSOji &HELLEY
Si ROBINSON'S Will.
A COI.OR (DO CRIMINAL TFF.LS THE
STORI OK Hl* LIFE.
n nrdm I It-is horn of Ihf *)alf IVbl
tmtlnry Will tttrmiU to
the Rrlrntrd Convict From <iov
rrmuinl l*ro»ff u«i«n—Hi* Mory.
A warden cf a penitentiary, hving .n
charge a great number of dospergte •-rirr
in., naturally becomes cautious about
express,:;*; *> mpathy for ar.\ t th* peo-
I . p:«c d in -afe keeping. That there
are times when men art wrongfully con
vi. ted of i r;me. and when unjust punish
mrnts ire indicted, thrte can no jU'—
tu a. but tht . * t ptlons ate rare. War
den John Cl€-*,ncrn. *.f the Colorado state
penitentiary. .»• a mar. t y. .<vr. •t. ta.'t
and discernment. His administration of
tht* prison t$ urn h as to command for ...m
the respect of the criminals as well a? that
of tht public at ar g»\ One notorv».:s
r rair.ai, whose faci:;t> in breakinc out
of the -tron* si walls has made him fa
mous in v riruinal c:r< has told Mr.
Ci-.ghorn that ie w;.i ru.ike no effort to
> > apt? so Ivng as that . fficla. is in charge
"Hut when you so, Mr. Cleghorn. 1 -'O
too," he has Fa id. and the turnkeys ard
« sards a: the pententlary openly say that
he will keep his word.
Recently a ciis*. oaane tip which -*n
strongly app- a!- d to Warden foghorn's
; 'rt.'e of justice and «o aroused nts sy;n-
I amy that he has made a sp iai < ffort
in beha.f of the unfortunate man. The
storv is interesting because of several rea
sons. Mr. Leghorn's pr- sent fffi'rt is to
ippeal to 'he highest luthorities to pre
vent, if possible the trial ot a released
convict for an old crime alleged to have
1 en committed in No Man's I .and ten
years ago.
Last week Sam Robinson was released
from the state penitentiary at Canon City
having served a *erm of fourteen ytiM
f r robbery. M»« -.->n» period was «»rv<il
without h:s haun* violated a single rule
of the prison and fit* onduct won for
1 m the r>*spc -t mil gocd w,.l of all t h e
ffl-lais. Mr. <"'«t;h m said t\at for years
K 'inson had !• en a tru<t> he was *iv-n
ta-ks wh;, h ften took him t- nor twenty
miles from the penitentiary walls into the
hiiis and tutged mountains which sur
r ■ *j:: i the penitentiary on three side.'.
Tnore were abundant opportunities for
esc i*d h.i 1 Robins m ever nnrtertik n
-o pr,-iS.il,> that no rjr strong
(!T. rt Vfoulil ever have been made to iip
{rehend him. But Robln-on w.«s loy.il
to the trust imposed in him and he served
the iorg years of his sentence faithfully,
white looking forward to the time when
should be a free man- when he would
r join his wife and family in a peaceful
firm district in Illinois.
Wh' H R Wt.son walked o'.:t of the n nl
t* r.tlary wi*h ,«"> in h - pocket and a r,e\<r
suit of clothes he had time enough *o
take one breath of free air when g-vero
n-. r.t officials stepped up to him and
cans -1 his arrest on the charge of m rr
der. said to have beer, committed by Wm
'• rt years »g.j !n No Man's I,nnd. during
the days of h>rl *r ruffianism. To r-av
thit RoMnson was surprised an! amaxed
w .Id be to put it mil My. The man's fa-?',
r v, ith years • f ■< nflnemen', turned
ch ,iky white. TTe gave « ensp and V--k?
d -wn in te,rs, - M.ing like a child. After
he h td « ;m what regained his composure
h* saldt
"I thought flint 1 had ben punished
rnough fo- a»| my mi*d»ed« and that f
night go fre.- 'n be a man once more and
live a lee- rt life. I have once been trie.]
for that oh! crime and they failed fo >on
vlcr me. Tim Innoer-nt of the charge
! now, if I 'm to suffer once more,
T m ! ght >* well el\-e up hope."
Robinson w is brought to Denver and
! It- 1 In the county jail, to await 'he
:-r • ••-«! if lec»! machinery which ntv
his transportation to Paris. Tex.,
w* • he 's to s'ird tr'al for murder.
W ■ ien Oeshorn Immediately -am* to
D r.ver a*:d ippeahd t the United States
pre--, a;ting attorney In th\« city to u«»
h:s !>» st efforts to. jrr> vent the c.is» being
brought to trial, and •-eeure, if possible,
th.. eat 'y re>a«e of RoMr.son. Further
t» :n this, the warden ha« determined to
.i; ;->a! to th< officials who w ! I conduct
the trial, to " judg- fitting on the ca'e
a' d to Washington officials. |f r.«ed N»,
be will make. 6 p. rwM appeal to the
pmMftt for <•!« mency tjpon behalf »f
t*:l» rr~ -? In wham he has taken «,> g- at
an Interesf.
While In the wnty jaM Robinson toll
' - frankly fa a Record '-orre«p->»»d
--ent:
"I v. i - l.irn :n Jessemer county,
tie ky *rry -fir years »go. of good
lly : n:y family are quiet e!ftge»s
ft •• -'ate. After mv wife d>d. when
1 w ,t< •. i--n-.it 2< years old f .-ante we*t
1 t- k u;t i rtach In western Kansas.
I move«» from ore piaoe to another, was
a . iwb - i sheep-herder, «nd was not
better. I sup; than miny people w ho
llv* 1 r h- I married and had committed
tto • m'- !• tl.at !i«?rt.-t tie*'' the unfor
tu: ' ■ ."re- for trhl- h they n>-.r
swk to have mt rofftr Qod knows I
>\ive ' '■') h n'r-\t 'v i-d It
>-* em« • m« thai ju>tt > -ouM d* mard
n •' i.g f')rth> r.
In Js» w fh A Jr. ..-k ard A. M.
I > I wet; f'Ma K '. »■>- tn No M.iu's
l.< i on * ?< % :r.K v ! h::nt!nr
llon. We t«xik our famifle* abnt, camped
out by th* w v »nd '-iti.«•»•<• I «*•> r>r thr»»
flays in th i* d tric. < »r> «i<y M/-k
w stopped at a raneh on Oolf er»ek tct
th>» pfeht. In ♦*»«• m- rninr we j
*h** j. try a
irrr-r-'j wph TVir ->>' :»>r« A man on
■' ' •:•• w vrit .1 | per tn h!« hir 1.
an I to '<"»h, T don'r
kr w whether t «ju (utrvodcr or net,' f
1 ' -"A-Tf-f. H» f'-ik*- ' p rrs* a mw nt
MM he l|id! Will, !f tom have M ob
.♦«' *' rn J w H ride i • k to mv friend a
ar-r" u!! th»m that »« r»f>i«* to ««rrerr
df r • he r d-» 'in n 1 -Hd ■>; know
» ! ■" V- w mv.l m* for and I do not
kp< w to th'.* day.
"I w- •■.* tif |( n» ml *i;k t
*?. mrter ov-r w:»h my friend*. We
wa? h«v! the . a« 'h-y evid- ntly ,?>-
""•d-d to v-1k»« «« trot: c> Af'»r awht>
thr.'e rr< nt ie ■::> wtthin p» akiT-ir dt«-
'tr * e • * rd t' it ' T «f 1 d r*or « !rr>>n.
't ft v n ! open fl*»
i"i ki'! ev«-ry mm. woman and -Mid.
T ' i * ' f h•- if t - • e ,'d
withdraw hi* family hef>re th v
:•••* *» •"« and *V old tup Mt<*hed up h'«
t* m i irov* «ff I «itr 'htf w w#re
lp for i? and *h -* if would be u«• '»■«» for
to ';•*
' •* *''• ' - v r-vj'd hr. > rf. o»it
«o ! to«d tpv ;>> " c f w uM f<»k»
a r fi <■ it *r?d t'' »• ff I m'd Th«e
m-d it- *%P' rr.» and ft I yr«
i*-av t*."v wo ! leave r v wife
fr er « , t TTI 'nted my hor<e
\ \r*- y >' k '" ? * ? r*r i
' I vk-'M* i prprty e'!r !- • !I i ?->p* i
• '' ' ■ *• ■ ■ ' line tinder t»-e
- k The r *« » hj« t m> and
pr- ' r -y «'-nt fifty Wineheiter
' 1 ie"l '■ •* ■ r \m ~ r
•»d they «<-t C'Jt «« purwtji' 'oiv
• r t? » f 'k» a* t- e r.ir hovi«e
>«'"d T' * •« a r!ie fo* life and ? »n
!* T!-»* Hsh* i «• rm '.ime on
• lagrwHWd ? • > (a a !
* reins «pd p.-»r.'T froxe to d»*tth.
I d ! *>"t make * ffr» *--d f had m
■ t'M 't r tr. k»ep m» wxrir,. Th»
• ■*• Icy la "-e iftmMwn I •••■j-n
-. tr* : !ead!r.|t b.-~k to K r ; «». and n j
fr*- r. ;r:»-d mr pa**y, who had mai" i
■>*•» «••• r a*k aee .. t • •- «
"Tti* «ef-ond day we ep,-o -tered t nar'r
' - •■ --r, k . -T* '• i'-k a. '-e 4 v<;v «rm»4.
I I I, t? "Srht I »• .rie thi* TiETe stir"
bu: u c.ut ta U * riial *sd
the enemies of the people who w ad i
tacked m- T;i v -ked me .. I had
them a'i I • !d th-m that I th ught
had. It was nit hard for them to p*>
auade me to join their party and n
Started out to have -on»e fun wuh ;s
ether s;de. We surprised them
H.-rse ake md mixed p * rmmiq
in which four m*-n were ktlJe-l ,-tn
fide but - on*- » ' our P ar-v wis har
Thrn I' »< tome ;o my ;ar: whei
i 1 was am>:ed a f * w- t-erwar
| About forty wen- arrested -r, i the trig
were held .t various interval. • ••suJttn
:n a;! being acquitted. Marshal J< tw
of fopekv arrested me. to k me to t»
! eapira; ml afv-waM »e . wort!
They ?«i: 1 to make the <■ -k. ~j
j after I was released I WW| •■> Hgl
Ki< ■ >mb gto Colorado ) iter."
Itnhintnn'i < rlnte »n « nlorada,
W:.eu i,i{ j about his •: >r •do xper
en oat Robinson hu- * his «<L Th'j
:s where I w. Nt wrong." he id, "hut
have done my time and I think the
I m.gtu .ec me alone. 1 was persuaded 0
people whom I thought w*re -mart*
than I sin to to Oo.ora TO . ,!.> a trtcj
It was r b - rv. That was th cn.v :|B
:r.al ac: I i\<> ever committed. This j|
troul e for which they now want rt
.-ame ;ibr t in ;ust the way f have rd
y u. It was a ase of mistaket. identi)
in the 1 c:~r -a .tr.d »h n 'hty attack*
nie i: th r.< :» hous»> it tl»>if creek
fe!t ke Wanting •nvr:e- and 1 »ij«
the rival party. 1 srn not v desperad
and In» t"Pr was I v. r i>t>ionged to ar
band of de*p*r» i.v.< ar.d joined the part
oi v after I had been att i ked while «
>'.»»drir from -he ranch on Oo!f creek
"I hot ? Mr C> i;h rn be able i
*;iv» me from f-»r * r mpri«oam-Bf.
I want t> go home io my wife -nd chi!
and Jive K decent J-.fe. f l ave «.-rved
' >ng et:i»uch niT.'.t a) ! l ave suffer*
enough to satisfy at! the ends of
I w an* n mor- rime r c: ;m;nai hf« t
mine, ;t don't pay."
Warden C -thorn has -r< te » a nuq
her of influential people in this city j
bejja'f of this man Robinson and a r :rof\
effort wi ! be made j Washington t
ha\e the d«i>artment of - .stice srant son
ccncessions.—Chicago Record.
The Horae l.eu the Mont In Uutah
Ounton's Magazine.
From this tai •• it will be >e. n that i
Russia the wof i horse, as it wen
are higher than those of .» man and henci
of . >urs.\ very much higher than th
wages of women. Thus, in the Nishrt
Volga section, wo find the average pay a
mm and horse to about TU cents ;*
day. of man alone, 34 cents; that is. ]
• nt» for the horse and Tt cents for ma-
Th. women from D to ?> cents
In the centra; agricultural region the <sv
Wi|* • - horac, z: . ' man. i) t'enu
w t .man, 1J i;ts In die Southern stepp»
horse, oen.- man. 23 cents; woman, j
cents. This is an interesting oommentar
on the »ta:;dani of Ji»ing of Russian agrl
cultural a! rers. Its meaning is. sitnpij
that human brings are > heaper there th*
draft animals. In other words, it cos?
.'•ss t< k- ;> thtm s.ive. In the Souther
steppe, five women cm be employed rnor
cheaply than two horses, it is dlftu-j]
to ,mag:ne the conditH: s f home life, th
dearth of refln ng influences, the *,>i!de;
hop-'. -- s-aK-iati.-n that siuh a state ?
affaira reflects? Is it any wonder tb«
the products of such a w i«e status i
this .ire Individual degradation, too*
barrenness, mescr.-* education, politics
despot inn, religious intolerance and.
erally, t type of civilization scarcel]
above barbarism?
HOTKL IRKIVALS.
TflK DILLKR.
W Holding. Skigway.
<;• rg» Co-iper, Florida.
•Mrs ATtiert Joat, Florida.
Fat MfS'oy. FM son.
Fred Mcdsberger. Kdison.
Mr-- A H. .li>se •> I ehldn. ?Ct>rt!i Benl
S. P. Fl< wer* Denver
0 Ft. Donaki, f-v—v.
•A tt. li■ik. '• • Po.tlarxl
Mho w. Carson. Portland.
M t ■■ t at son. Portland.
W. E. l.unch; Astoria.
U. B. I,MUk?hl!n. r»ungene a.
A. II *"'inirnlngs Tacoma.
Mike ' > Dont;. 11. Butte.
L'tek Welch. Butte.
H Stort«de, S,imt»er.
P. Fre ago. Sumner.
\V. F «'hadbourn", Indianapolis.
Theron Ferguson. Snohomish.
Mrs. Cai>t. Wllley, «Mympla.
Jos»ph !sfen. Port i',lake!ey
E. R Cleveland. I„oa At:nei<?s.
John Hayea \. B.
William iJreene. Boston.
Mr- A K Thompson, Winnipeg,
H F. M K.iv. Port Malison.
C. K. Paul. S!iohomi j b.
A C. Knigiu, Snohomish.
W. <» Stevens. Snohomish.
A B. Flden. Toronto.
Thomas BordetnT Shelfoti.
THR NORTHERS'.
W 'ff, Olympl?
IJ. P. Byrne, Oak Ititr t.
'P. It. US\t«. N w York
M M Ringer <nd wf*», Portland.
<}. W. L.tmb. M. Paul.
John Mclr.tjrre, Alaska.
P. II Arnold. Pan Francisco.
'' H Wcv»!mington. <»,.n 1-rancisco.
J. Ij. Kaston. Fairhsven.
J T. Emerson. C»tumw i. la.
R. J Linden. Portland.
Frank \\'llk> s n. P >rtli»nd.
I> Cunn!n«hl»m Butte.
D. A. Hates, Bader.
S»«m ' arrier, Everett.
W, R. taindy. Myrtle point.
II V. Deming, San Fran; asrO.
R Walther. San Frandtso.
r t Walther. San Pr»ncl«e«>.
Jit-. U •-«.■! e.-r 1: \'ai •.v r. W,i«lV
J <«. Mo.tgruss a: I wtf» WooH'y.
J li Koat and w;fe. Port Angel-.a,
Anna F <«s< tt. Fior,-n >•
(ten V. Brltegao.' Wooliev.
*' VI Stevens, Vancouver.
Juhn M-avlon. Son Fr it! s* Ow
J'- S K-"pev Whiteom.
H. N K»-y.* Tacoma
P CilbNm* Ren ton
W V. Hurd Portland.
J - M ;<•■■■ P 'tar. !
11 S M't'-irifi k P< - 'and.
1.. Wi*«iar.l. !*a' * a c'ni
S H I»«vis. Stnta 'rria.
J ' ' M • ',t ,n i iaki.f • I.
A M Is-in. (uklxrttl
J i M .'• v
hf M Pifr>'. , '•!yrr>f,
THK RAl.Virft-'JKAVn
« 1 * H !•• ! -T (ir • » • r R C.
O. H V'rin Miiitnifrr Kawwil,
J '» Nf : 'r v S.jl' i.'kf
\V.»l?»r K-*'' K< !t.
« I. i »: S n Kr • r 1400.
J \V V I*-.:!' Bt. I*4 UL
\. N M■ fTat, T;i it
< i -4 f< • J '
T J ''orfTraJtn. POTlfirxl
(Jf-o TiirtifV. V rlUfl<l.
H W R#}|, N-w V 'Tit.
O W rit*n««r>n. *"h!<'»go.
A f, Murker. « ht<-t«o,
\v <• Br (t tna vtn, HanaJfle, R. ff.
TT r< !. "
W J arj • • »«• <
H <" '"aljfarry.
M- ;»• J J f i »■ ■< - i a.
»• f f «• nn*« * ! f» iito
•J. 'A' Kr.i— !<• ft
M M ■; J*>rt t '■
W B S>v»n« }r N.»w V >»k.
J a.' M Onrr)»or!. Kr"*v >
A I> I'.; «n l<ti Ft*- •
W H f» i. •.«, f> ■. f
c\ r. t «-K
THK NTW EX'»[.AND,
John Ms'-r,
f» W Inv»« f)w>h~m »h
J i-r'« Rt ir '.>• rirohontUh.
K L. \f» t<l TW'imi
<}fTirxe W Swp»'.
I>*w> f l * Hitter.
F (J jfrr< Kvfrt-' -
f). <"5 J<rr th Kv-rr-•
A-1 m .■*!»<•»» • - AuV; rn
«» v,' Burin*'! n.
K T fir. . 1. M ;»rv «v i iff
~r B'<*" I '*
J A \1"-rs*r- K'4n<M* O r f.
•' L f'-nrttt, K Oitf.
F <l. K-»r<**si C'tjr.
H B L>k.n Kar»-,« C,xy.
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