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£2S SLaJSST* : isi wiwLnuin II in. I CT3 h|i S £ u sg P ZZEr Mil 1 M © ® M s 52 rOs 8 o SJrf 2 £.°S 8 £-2 H55 11 q rr)s» i — — -®" E o 3 *- OQ i M •fllf■| =§ oil ; IJ d -i w kanM M "■ . 7 S' 2 « I oo § txd 8. CD rO« FAMILY USI Snowflake Flour IB THK BKST. *** ■« Mb IT» II The Rpltarr'i BtntL QUIIN CHOP HOUSC. nrrn ITUII CHOPS. O<MB AND " " Oonteeuocs Rrotln I Hp«dilljr. |e| •iar M*aU Olaoer 19 to «p. na Muxo'a Mark. FmiAC iTiaw, T»e><irt. IN.4BCL BROC , mj 1 y»opfUKor». .Maw Ticoraa. W T PROPKHHIONAL. iTWIUirMT'UW. W, » SL'SH. W. I>. O'TUOI.E. JOHN AKTUI'R BUSH. O'TOOLE A ARTHUR. ATTOHNBYH AT LAW. •Urr Black. Froat .treet, Benttlo. W. T. __ ap24 A w P. P. CARROLL, ATTORN IT AND COUNSELLOR-AT JRocim* 17 aad IS Poorln building. Front ■Aaaui rueroi ja. m cAaa if Rim Tuc BKir»a MC BR/OE. CARR A PRESTON. ATTOKNKYH ANI) COU-tSELWiKS at Law. Office* at lAco*n«r. Mount vereonandSe.ttle Seattle offloe. Room .T«ler-I.aarr blo.k. deStdw NC NAUGHT, FERRY, MCNAGHT A CUOLEY, A TTORNEYB AT LAW WILL PRACV £\ tire tn all Ih" Court* of the Te ritory. (XBtm at 1081) Commercial atrwt Seat te. W. T. mhll am aauHut H. MUVTOIf. l HI 11 HKKTaoR. PRESTON A ALBERTSON, Adorn (i y a at Lnw. Offloe Front itrwt, cor. rharrr, orer ujwman Jt Han ford'lL_ apil la EBEN SMITH, Attorney tit. Law, p. A Commlnioner and Notary Publl*. Pin* land, bought aad Mud — J^^bo^TS^SjnttteJjrjr^i*^ UlNTim. DR. J. M. FOX, DENTIST. OSee and laboratory atf Front at., cor JJ^jaMoa^^Od<^FWlawajJ>uildln*. nittCBLLANBOVa. OLIVER P. ANDERSON, DRAUGHTSMAN. MAPB OF SEATTLE COUNTY Mapa. towaahlp plate, etc a) ware "»aad or mult to order, offlo* with J alt worth A Thomson. thl-d floor Gordon Bariwera HuiMlag. Seattle. mhlß BOONS A MKIKKR, InllUili aid laiwriattadeiu, T Ii»«i > bUok. Front etree ESHEIMAN, LLEWELLYN A CO.. Real Estate Brokers. *•* Poet Bntldtne Reanie «AHD»KH * am nn diiih K^SI^RKRA, ""rreynr'* omce"»® Gordon *''Hdln«. at* Front mwt. *x>i fe« PROF. MUX KRINGEL, TRACHBK OF VOCAL AND IN „*trcaiMita! muaic. Keductted '« for " !l t«*cber ia wi'hLowmna A tlanford. oo tier F~»i.. ... aplA in ANO »I'R«KI»N h A. CHURCHIIL. M D. OF KTK KAR NOSB V«*hUn Bl»ck _>«*|Aen*ju rr«id>iif» No lA\ ' '• •"'"OA. •«. !>. L. R. DIITKM M D. DBS, MINOR IGIWSON, Physicians a,id Surgeons •mow n or tut lotrtc BLACK. 'HBo* No. «; I*. Minor # N. <v dli P-B.Jrf.MI LLKH, M.D. S C T'S? >>i MAY HS OONSri.TKD hii* r ?>~ 1» l>w BnrA a Pwte ■jg».>i«|i>ni We. Ml M* Mi ni Wiu.AjtnM.li ®*B. 81ITH k WILLARD. Physicians and Surgeons °*<»«» Pa»«te<( Riork or ma* j£ J WCKO. M. O. () T m HO " y Wo. 4 YWI.CR Mock. S«mtiU. R-aidwr* ear* •»» l *to» Mi T«i,phoo«N<v I ■■7" from 1! to 11 a. Ui.. 1 w> « -E m •"* OH Ho L.ONC A KIR, (l- bL AT * or TH * I'NIYERKITT * *Z^SV!s M it m i kt vtSSSf Z**T* " Kr«. K*r ud Tkrml aiwlc and ak'D diaMMv*. tr mom »ad «3«r» with i?!f* «■ w U» knlf.. A , '»>*»« V a rWuii "_.**** 'Xa* c ai-r. <■/ }v»>|i «2Sr' I lx uJ <»«r 2Z I „ 0 9" «"** Thin! tad Ch*rrj *' Ho«rm. j*r SHOES! SHOES!! 8HOE8!!! ( )^Hsv^° K ALU SAT, OUR W Meek la now complete. We have it£. tw^Sf ,r I****' espsrtsaeo la the boat ——• .we hat* bought tiom *—— msaafaetnren whom we PWHEIIIT know to be rsilahto, aad bMrnatben •aS oar cascmei we otaed resdy to Guarantee every pair of Shoes sold by us. gj cosnfbrtehlei with sow carpet. new is*s?< s: ■oa* young sana,'ths yoang ladies W. won t mention prtoea come aadwai Grateful fer tba large patronage we hare ""•wi. we are eery reepoctfaUy. SIMON <fe SMITH. mytlat 400 ACRES Of very fine land, 3 1-2 miles from the business center of the city. This tract of land is beautifully located, over looking Lake Washington; its fertility of soil, conveni ence to the City, make it a very valuable piece of prop erty. We will sell a great bargain in this tract of land for Cash- For Call at our Office or write. We have a few B acre Lets left In Som«rviile, which we will sell at 9350 to *SOO each. We have some fine tracts of Timber Land ; also some ya'u able Coal Lands. A fine list of City Property. Call and see our bargains. HEFNER iOISHON 208 i Commercial street, Seattle, W. T. REMOVED. 'PHK CARRIAGE SHOP or F. MARCO I ha* been removed from the old stand to the Seattle Iron Wo r li building. cor ner Sooth Second aad .lackeoa itroeta Fail atock of bard wood and cania«* mate-UI always on hand. Carriama of ail klnda built and repaired, and general blackamitklng done to order F. MAR (XX. THE HORSE SHOEING SHOP Of J. A. SlcHeth A Co. haa alao bean re wored to tbia same bailllng. We are now batter prepared than arer to turn out fl at ciaaa work. apiT iro J. A. McBETH A CO. F. ANTHONY, PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER, PAPER RULER. » ASK BOOK manufnetuer. Prirea lower than Sac Francisco. Country order* aniicited. Frya'a Opera Block, roemo aad M. BRATTLE HANKS AND HANkKKS FIRSTIm\iL BANK Off* HKATTLE. Seattle, Washington Territory. Pud-u" Capital Sl5O 000 3 GEO. W. HARRIS. W. I.WADLEISN, PftoMfoi CttMiwc General bnnktng bneineas tmnanrted. SUht aad telegraphic e&chamre parable tn aU the principal eities ofthe United Statee and Knrnpa. UAILjrT SiTUIT. IE. P. ft»T. PiwaMeet I Vine Pi Will—l J. WVwrm. Oaahler. Pogßt So asd national Bank ol Seattle. Occidental Block. OCT AND SELL FOREIGN AND r> iomaaUc exchaajra, tnuutfar me—y by HI«KT*P> e any part of the United Stelae and Enropa, reoeire itepoatta of money and ima» peea books er oerttfloatea there/or. • OBRMPONDrm. Land on N. M. Itotharhlld ft BOM. Parte i>e Rothachild Fraree. Frvakfort A. M.. L Von Maw ft fte New York. a«aary Bank efCailfarais Chioeca, Can nerrlal National Bank. Baalib. SnJTolk National Bank. 8u Fiudem the Hank of California " attend the Itiw VaMewa) %»> ~DIXTU HORTQI ft 00., BANKERS ERATTLX, W. T. Davnadk* raaairal and HOUUIi sap nH«ci to Cteok or Drtkß. 9teht Exehnns* *nd Tim*. far ea San Frmacteer Pontexi aad New Tor*. . Mirbt Mil* at err he are draw* la earn 10 Mb dtreel on Lowdon. amltebie ate» wh*r* la tmrova. Inrr kenned ea nw" »ed *euaiHf. Bond a. made aad rraeeede *ei»»pM | remitted. _____ WMHIXTS' YITIOML BANK OF SEATTLE. TRANSACTS UKNKRAL RANKIMS bttSilMM. Bl' Y « and *CIJ .< IXCH AMI cm mil B*bK-tp»l ettMft *ad UTTERS OF CRRDIT Qiraa CnujcTwm tttmUa*. Vtiiaul P»r* B*ik. X»w T*rk. rv»i noum*! hat r«i,-««u p*- ftc Ifclt rrmix-fw. SAFE DEPOSIT COWPAWY. R» T*l unar o» M Merchants' National Bank. QAUUMUA AND V AI-UAJU.BR O Ocv.ns h4 Piiftu <* »n ki»<W r» I«*nd far mte koop a« aad 1»i«« Mm ud Dr*»4t ««" b>*i T *rLT ruud tl from $» to $* p» •»■ ■mm. sooordia* tm mm. "J' SPHNG GREETING. P. BOYD & CO. NEW DRESS GOODS. NEW TRIMMINGS. NEW NOTIONS. Lais'; IK Mill ft* Truly, we have a pleasing stock of SEASONABLE IMPORTATIONS, Combining style, quality and elearanoe. PRICES VERYJEASONABLE. Our spring introduction arc beautiful and wall aalacted. Our assortment is large and complete, and with fidelity and tLe eughnaas we shall endeavor to meet all reasonable requirements. THE ARCADE. Front atraet. - Neattle PIONBBB WHOLBSALB BST t BLISHMBNT or WASHINGTON TERRITORY. SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS O* CROCERIEB HARDWARE. SHIP CHANDLERY. CLOTHINB. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS) ETC Will also MU, both WHOLnSA US and Her AIL, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, House Fur nishing Goods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc., etc. We oordlnlly In rite the trade of WaehlaKton Territory to gir* oa a oaJ SCHWABACHEK BROS. & CO. A. LEWIN & CO., Importers of and Donlcre in Cigars. Tobacco. PIPE S -AJSTID ISTOTIOHSTS. O Smoke the Southern Beauty and Horace Kelly's Bouquet, Key West. Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter. LOUIS PELZ, General Salesman. STOVES, RANGES, TiNWARE. THE MECHANICS' STORE. THI HIT, THE FINEST, THE CHEAPEST, The Gold Coin Range, BUY IVO OTHER. TINNINO and PLUMBING. mjrl* KUHt, PreaUiil and RMUfr. General Insurance Agency TAYLOR & BORNS, A6ENTS. FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Butler Building, Jamoe street noucin wjuttkn in thi following nmrr-class American I ud ror»va I'ompiia Unrpooi. London A Glob# t»U36.Q00 Cbronaratal Cnloa H.M0.000 California 1.010,000 lilM nra acd Manna af Hew Seal awl *44.080 Am. af Hartford »J90,f100 WmttMlo. Me* York L 815.009 Gttard. Philadelphia l.*4.tt» Fuw AiKMWUan. Philadelphia 4.360,(100 National. Ha**a«4 UW.OeO rUMWa'i. N»*irl L4i New Zealand MMMWU Ba Hani Fire and Marina .. IJBI 0 itfwtlMnL NM T»k LMJUXX) hootuefc t tuoa aad Natweal 83(000.000 9MM MO.OOO Hamburg Bnaa. SJS4.QO6 Niagara. New York 11*1,000 OoMtaaatal. Htm York &,177.000 Metropolitan Flaw Giaaa OoonaaT I*.ooß gas Pin OOat. loadon. ITS mn in haaam, lb* aide* eotapan? ia the world; am de poeil lo the I'mted 3tatoi 1.712,000 Travelers' Life and Accident. UrtMl An«*d—t Ceaapaay ta the werU. aad leasee the tmi U«» FwUcrta «*• awurkac PaUey teMtn aeeared hy »*.4l7^M I Trno* coSputT U* >lJ«*nt PAIS iiim loiui in hXATTI, IMPACT!* 4»P .; RBEg or CI6ARS ISO TOBACCOS. ■EERSCMAHI GOODS, PIPES. CUTLEBT, STATIONERY Mill «trM«, YMl*r-L*ary Bulldln*. Saattla. W. T. I tola a«M*i >k tka Vlor da Madrid *«£*'«. e. M SEATTLE, W. T., WEDNESDAY SOUSING, HAT 11, 1887. SBBKING TBI CIDSB. A. Committee Will Examine lata the Caase of the Fatal Exploeioa. The Qneattoa of Differen tiala Very Perplexiiic to Railroad Com panies. Beviaw of the Condition o1 Winter drain by the Agri cultural Department. ef Twe Large Barb Wire Manufaeturera In Chicago. Agitated BaHraed Cinlee Chlaess K sights ef Labor Trads Dollar Bedemptiea A Strike Cea destasd Half a B'oek De stroyed la Saa Praaeiseo. Ths Baaalato Bliatlcr. NASAUM (B. O.), May 10.— I ban era BO nsw developments about the mice whieb would prove of general iatereet. It is endentoed that it will take seme time to fnlly explore tbe new, or diagonal slope, as it 1s more properly termed, tbe preeeaee of gae saakiag it DASosaooe TO esra. Tbe In at the bottom of the shaft mast be effectually sabdaed before tbe g«s is tarnsd oat by a current of air. Mr. Fell's sxsrtions as representing tbe people of Vtstorie la obtaining oontri botioas to a relief fond an mseh appre ciated. Ma oh gratitads is else ex prsesid for tbe handsome relisf fond of oar Amsrioan son sins in Beat Us. Their bsarts an apparently wide open to esr wants. THB RA<JA**T «U BJKOUR Ted«y by Ooroaer Walkeoa. Mr. Ebert* appeared for the Minister of Mine*, who wa* preeent la person, and Mr. Drake for tbe VaniMnr Coal Com paoy. Mr. Ebert* made application to tbe Ooronsr for a postponement for a week, in order to allow a thorough ex amination of tbe mine to be made. Toe Ooroaer suggested two week*, as it would probably take folly that tims to make headway in tbe new slope. Tbi* aJjoornmect was agreed to and tbe in qiest was postponed nntil Wednesday, ibe 25th of Mac, at 1 o'oloek p. m. unno TUB civs*. la tbe meantime Mewrs. J. Bryden, W. 8. Obandler. E. Q. Prior and A. Dick will be asked a* expert* to *xamia* tb* mine tborongkly with a yiew to giving some information a* to the oaote of tbe explosion. SAB FBASCIBOo'* AID. BAB FBABCISCO. May 10.—Tb* follow ing sabsoriptioL* were reoeived by Jehn Bosenfeld yesterday on behalf of tbe sufferers by tbe Nanaimo disaster: John W. Maokay, »10u0; Jas.C. Floed. <1000; Jobn Bosenfeld, $1000; Meyer,Wilson A Co., tbe Han Ertnoisso Pilots, Wm. Dreebaob, and Eppinger & Co., SIOO eaeh and other subscriptions ranging from two dollars and a half ap to fifty doliats. Tbe total amoant subscribed thus far is (SS6S. ■ lit T« MJIIT. tbi TBAaaooariMarraL unm ruv oiut BIFTItTXTI IS ABBiaalHO TAKirrS. Cbicaoo, May 10.—The Timti says: "After tbe meeting of tbe transcon tinental lines, Stubtw, of the Southern Paeifle, and bis party went on ta New York, stating before they left tbat tbe Southern Paeifle would meet tbe com petition of tbe Canadian Paoifio, tbe Paeiflo Mail and tbe Clipper ships in it* own way, wbieb meant tbat if the latter roatee took any business tbey woald get it at lea*. It was dieoovered that there waa no possibility of arrang ing with tbe ootaide line* en a basis of differentials aa the American roads woald not listen to any such compro mise. If differentials were to be eetab lisbed. the Denver A Rio Grande and Northern Pacific instated upon being balled with like advantages, and the Aletaineoa, Topeka A Santa Fe would under no eirenmatanoee listen ta any suoh eoneeasion. Tbe Stnbbe party has gone East to labor with the trunk lines in as effort to got a reduction of the prorata now demanded east of Chisago in order to seoure it poasible eome freight originating on the seaboard for the all rail reutee. Tbe party will re turn to Chieago daring the latter part of the week and Monday nan another □reeling of the tranaaoatinental lines will ho bold and a report will be made of tbe reealt of the negotiation with tbe Eastern linos." WIRTBB «BtM. nrorno* AHD nogncr KKPOBTKD WT TU AGaiCCLITftAL PKrAfcTlf EXT. W AAHWOTOW, May 10.- Th« r?p«rt DM Department of ictiisllgn for Hi; aa to tbe condition of tbe winter gram lodisataa a decline In tbe oonditim of wheal of Iwo points aiuoe April IM, tbe general average for tbe wboie eoontry being 86. Tbe ehaagee to condition have not been uniform tbroagboat, aoma Ma tea ebowing an inoreaae. Tbe caajorilr abow a aligbt dr aline and a few • baary falling off. Proogbt baa rndooed tbe avenge in tbe KaMern and Oolf Stitra and baa wrought very arrtou damage in Texaa and lowering tbe condition daring tbe month a and 10 poiata raapeelively. Favorable temperatare and aeaaonable ralna bare improved tbe proepoete in Tenneeiei. Went Virgin!* ud Knotoek;, >he eon ditioo beiu eoanrterablii higher than in May for the laat fire imh. Ihe mott •erion* red notion n i deolx* of f point* daring the month tn Ohio. Misbitan and Indiana. Tber* <n» a light decline la liiiooM and in Miaeoart a gain it on* paint Unfavorable weather in ktnaa* aad California baa naaad a alight fall ing etf, while in Oragon the proepeet baa advanoed. By Bute* the rendition* arc a* fallow*: New Y r* «6; Prnntvl vaaia. 71; Maryland. *4, Virginia, AO; N'artb I troliaa. M; frxaa.&); Arktuu 98; Tenneeera. 36, Went Virginia, *9; Kanta-ky. 95, > >mo. 71; Miehtgan. 90; Indiana, *7; illineta. »; Miaanan. 96; Kanaaa. 81. Oalifnrnia ■«; Oregon. 101 The auoduioo of barley u to war, the average betas *7—SB. Barb Wire fallere Onctao May 10—Two barb wire ma ui. factoring firm* have failed ia thia eity. Bseroan k If tnb. 51 Daiaorn etreet. mute an ea>ijoa*ett to N>6l» B Jadah. Their liability* are ewtiraated at f44a.8u0, an J their aMate at 9256.000 tba Arm M aoupoati of fruea 1. Sbermaa aal EmJ Mtrai The firm of Sehnaebeiia A Oe , S3 Wearbora atraet. next door to Hbermaa Jt If arab, aieo mad* an aewgnmeni to If - Jodtb. Tb»ir liablluiaa are s3t£.- 000 aad the MMfe ft* 3 000. Tbe aoem ben of tbe Arm an fcbea J. Mt < iaa*be It* aad Ebrti i Marab. tba aame Marah aa that is the Arm ef bberman k If arah Mr. Man* gave aa tbe immediate eanaa of tbe failure tbe operation af tbe later-dtate Commerce act. He eatd toe bU bad tba efleet af aimpiy t*iirrtag tbam Mt "We oaald aot go oat of Ohieag" with oar pridoean aad hope to da bomeai aa aaytbia* like a paying bee la. Tba tratb ta. however, baiiaaai la* hat* aaythutg M profttaU* fat the last three yean. Than kas beea too ■aafc over production la barb wire feoeiag. Tba twe flrmt base made BO piafei mines ef oreditort before deeidirg ° f ""*.*»"> Hhwaaß beea doing bnsrness far W tab bora Moon Msaofaetariag Ooai paay. They had entertained good hopes <* Mag a flue bastases this spring. Bel Ihoir hopss are eff seta ally blighted. The anhaesbells A Oautailan Is da» to tbe virtually Iks am Eaeh >na wee ea the other's paper. The principal creditors ate Weshbare A MOOD Maaetastarisg Company. Cess menial National Bank. Amerioaa Wire Company. Mercantile Loaa A Ties* Company. The H. P. Nail Oompaay. the lowa Barb Wire Oompaay, the New Haven Wire Oom paay, John A. Rssbiiags, Bens A 00., sad the Cambria Iron Company. A large ehaie of aaeeearad debts are das tO|.th. n7^s. A H<MB •"* Dssrvaa, May 10.—Bailroad air aim in Denver an agitated by the fae* thai sevetal trunk lines, thai hevs heretofore epbetd the ptymsot of oommissioes to agente, have needed from that poaitioa aad have aaoeded to tbe traak lines Mash eariasity is developed es to the position to bs anemod by tbe Denver A Bio Grande aow that all lie immediate oonneetions an withdrawn from its •oaport. An Aasoeiaied Prees reporter "ailed apso 8. K. Hooper, the General Paensagsr Agsat of thai road hen, today, and was informed that ths Rio Oreads was aot yet pre pared to abandon the poeition which had been aasnred, and that be expected to maintain it till tbe road fooad itself entirely witbool support, or lbs antici pated sait of ths Rock Island aad Alton lines sboald be decided ad Tersely to hit position. Chinese anights sf Labor. Nsw You. May 10.—District Atsea bly No. 49, Knigbte of Labor, has beea qaietly organizing ths Chinamen into Knigbte of Labor Assemblies. Then an two Assemblise in this oity now. They an mixed assemblies including stgarmaken aed lanndrymen. All the mem hen an Ohineee, and they anmber folly 600. Ths master workmsn are Chinese. Trade Mlir » WASHIBOTOB, MAY 10.—Beports re osived at tbe Treasury Department •bow that 6 506,436 trade dollar* bare beta redeemed to data. The principal redemption was in Philadelphia. Toe lav asiborixiag the redemption cf trade dollars baa already been in eperatien over two month* and bee nearly four month* to ran. It (U originally eati mated that there were abont seven mil lion of these ooin* in tbi* oonntry, and redemption* show that the eetimate* ie nearly eorreot. Information from China and Japan may (well the amount to eight million dollar*. A Strike (endeuard. PTTTSBCBO, May 10.— In an Interview today, V M. Carlton, of tb* (.General Executive Board of the Knight* of La bor, condemned the litik* of the Koichts in the oake regions. Maid b»: " Whenever oar men agree to submit their e**e to arbitration tb*y are bound to *nbmit to It, no difference what tbe deoialon may be. Arbitration 1* oar grand prinoipls. If we submit a oaae to arbitration we weald expect tbe other side to abide by it if it were decided in oar faror. Now, when it 1* against o*. and we don't *abmit, then bow oan we approach the other tide again and aafc for arbitration?" Half a tlerk Si* Keasci»oo, May 10.-Shortly be lore S o'eloek thie afternoon a tlr» broke oat io a h»y b*rn of Soott A McOord on the >ut tide of Stewart street, between Howard and Koloom. The fire spread to the boat building «bed* of «x Sapervieor Oriffln adjjin iok. which were barned. Healy A Somen' bay barn waa alee adjoining sixill A WeCord's plaoe. Tbia and tbe Carmine Island Salt Company's bnild iM, South Harbor Police Station and several saloons were also destroyed. At 3 o'clock nearly half of tbe bto«k bounded by East Howard, Stewart asd Folsom was barned. A plumbing sbop and boarding boose were also bnroed on Stewart street. Oa Kolsom street a saloon and abip carpenter's sbop were destroyed. Healy A Somen' loan, 98000; Soott A Mo('«rd, S7OOO, insoranoe, #4000; Cbas Oaman. owner of several •aildings. lose, 910.080, iDtared. S6OOO. rbs other loeees make a total loea of ab*ut $40,000. The total insurance is 97000. The Are is sappoeed to hate originated in an aah barret. Partlr Bail way laveattgatUa. N«w Yobk, May 10.—Tbe Paoifle rail way investigation brought oat today, in tbe testimony of Williasn Bond, tbe for mer President of tbe St. Soeepb A Den ver Railroad and servlag as its reoeivar from 1879 to 1879, tbe fact that tbe road paid no bonds of interest aatil after tbe consolidation with tbe Union Paeifle, when the interest was gaarantaed by a tariff contract. After tbe oonaolidatton tbe value of the bonds advanoed rapidly. Jay Qoald waa a large holder of securi ties of the company. Oenrge Areata, a Wall street broker, teetifled tbat the banda of the Kansas A Nebraska and St. Joseph A Western roads, sold for SI cents in 1878 and 1879 and aa high aa 86 waa paid for eeeonde. Artemus U. Holme* recalled tbe qaee lion a boat tbe pooling of the Kaaaee Paeifle, Denver Pacific and Union Pa etfle. He admitted that he had con versed with Gould, Sage and Dillon about tbe matter, bat claimed exemp tien from testifying aa to tbe converse tione held with eitente. When asked if tbe pooling arrangement woald not have prefitod by the loaae of tbe Kanaae Pa oifie and Denver Paeifle. liotmee said tbat tbe Union Pacific was prohibited from leasing before tbe pooling arrange ruent. Neither of tbe roads were per muted to earn anything. Tba $3,000.- 000 worth of stock of the Denver Pecifle released from trust was tranafsrred to tbe Kansas Paeifle and used in aeqair lag breach r >ads, etc. Tbe eetiers, Uoald. S*ge. Dillon and others, received therefor Union Paeifl] Mock. Adjenrned. The ftenlenee ef beatk Cm ot Mix 100, May 10.—Tba eec lanoe of death, woieh baa bans pre nonnoed on Ooiaaai Arvixa. Liaotenani Oatierrex and Hergen l Valeonla. of the MiXiaan arm*, for baring violated army rawalttteat by aroaaing tba border at N vale* illegally. a <aid to be the re rait of an opmurn of tba U:>verameot that a aerara example ai« ba made tn prevent is Ibe future ettnilar daagerom ooonrronaaa, which might bring >ot in ternational dif&ooltien Among aotae of tbe Amarwan reeidrata it la felt that, while the cantaoea may ba legally jaat. a commutation ef *aateoee might ba graaafnlly naked of the Mexican (ra>erntm,t by tba United Btatee It ia expected bare that the MBteeee woold ba axaoatad today, bat no new* to thu efeot baa retabed here from tbe frontier. rreteetlea ef f*r Bear! a* Aalaaala WaausaToa. May 10. secretary Fairahild today addreaied a letter to Oapt. M A. Ilealy commanding tbe nrvanne tteamer Bear at Kan Fraaeiaoo. which will aaoo aet aatl fat Alaaka wa ter*. slothing him with fall power to eaf -roe tba law wbieb prohibit* tbe killiag ef aay otter, miak, roaraea. aa hie ee bail teal, or othe* far baartag animal* wttha tbe I mil* of Alaaka ftr rttory or tn tbe water* thereof, except ander tbe law aad lieutftmeai regala uoa* Oaptaia H-aly T « anaatiep I* sailed to Seeuoa 1961. ef tbe reviaad atathtaa. wbieb forbid* tbe kill tag aay where «f anal* aad «1111 laea than eae year aid. aad ha la lnelroattd to aaa tbe form at hi* eommaad toite aad that no £w?*4 > th?!?aa*d th* law; aad atoe to saforte the iienalliss proeided fee sash riotaMoa. He Is also arged to he dUigeat la saforriag the law —slasl the Mportatioa of latoxv oatiag Hqeore. bseaoh loadlag riflee aad amnaaitioa to the Territory ef Aleska. ss pnrridei by the KxeoeUee order of If ay «th.Theas orders are alss idsati- jSs? UT«.f*r^«TS'*dete the alleged saeneehmsat oa oar ftah ories rights by a foreign aattoa That qnettioe Mill forae a eabjeet of eego ueWee between this ootwtrr aad Breal Bntiaa aad the ooHer of this Ooesra roMlelt* regard to it still remaias aa •eallag aad MU *' Viotobi* (B. 0L). May 10.—Tbe seal ing sehoeaew Dolphin. Hayward City, aad Sea Diego, arrived todar with light satabee. tbe Penelope. Captain Miaw. was rseorted with *OO. Oae of the Saa Dier i hantere. named Moke, wee drowsed ta a tqaall. A boat eon tain lag three men was loot from the tahoaatr Pathfinder ta tbe fog. and was never fooad again A oaaatity ef wboooir wreckage VM picked QD off Oape Flattery, toppeeed to be thai of the A stive, now given ap far loot. Henry Lawieaee, who was strnek with a falling tree yesterday, in the snSarha, died today. Lewis Bamael. a promtneat Toronto me reheat, arrived frm lan Freaatsoo Monday, aad died at the Olarsose Hotel today from anemia. Spaalab Ceagrese lafeimig. MinaiD, May 10. The Mtaister of Foreign Affairs informed Ooagrsss to day that it was improbable that a eem maroial treaty betwetn the Weet ladles and the United States would bs tr ranged. Tbe Governmeni ie aot la elined to so tar npoa a tariff war. la the Comment. Lomoa, May 10.—la tbe Hoaee of Commons today in tbe Oosamittea oa tba Oeereion bill. Hsaly moved at an amsadmeat that a person eenmitted for oontempt of eonrt sboald be treated at a flrsl olasa misdemeanor Hsargasd that witnssees oommitted for nfneing to answer qoaetioas, oagbt not to be sabjseted to tbe nme panishmsnt ss a criminal. When tbe fasl ooeroien set was In sffeet tbe men detention of maay persona shortened their lives tea veers. (Cries " Hear, bear.") Balfear, Chief Secretary fer Irelaad. ssid the pereoos oommitted oonld avoid panisbment by answering qsections. There was no diffsrsnos between a ease aader tbe slanas and eases of ooatempl ander ordinary law. John O'Connor, Nationall*t, eaid that the Government imprisoned witnesses a* eommoa ertiainal* for refusiog to answer qaeatiena. It would be a dis grace to civilisation. Why did they aot propaae to apply the old fashioned im plement* of tortore, incloding the tbnmbeorew aad rack? Healv'* amendment was Anally re jected, 195 to lU. Healy moved to amend tbe penally for sontempt ia th* oase of witnaeee* to aeven day*' Imprieonmeat. Ameodmcni I oat, 138 to 111. ( tafrlna IttillH Heved- CITT or MEXICO, May 10.—The Amer ican Legation bae been removed to a tpaoioa* baadtoma hoildiac where Miaittor Maantnc also has his reai dlQOe, Poataia*t*r at hllei, WiMnetoa. May 10.—Tbe Preeident has appointed J. (joy Hammer as post master at Hailey, Idaho, tioe Henry Boms, resigned. Spirit Bill Before tbe BetehMa*. Bsu.ni. M»; 10.—Tbe Ketohatag to day began a debate no tbe tnt reading of the spirit bill. Miaister Von BehoU, is preaenting the bill, urged the DMN sity of inoreaetng lb* r.venue of tbe empire, in vie* of tbe greater pre oaotione demanded for tbe security ef ibe fatherland. Tbe bill, be eaid, es pecially affected agricullaral intereeu. Tbe government believed, however, that tbe eoalb German State*. without endangering tbe intereeta of their die tilleriee, or agricultural olaaee*. oeuld support Ibe lax. Tbe majority of the speakers tbat followed Jeolared m favor if tbe bill. Kiedel. tbe Bavarian Kinanoe Minister. stated tbat be would support tbe bill in tbe general interest of Germany, bat Bavaria is not dtspoaed to rsoounoe ber rigbte. Hbe gave ber approval aader reserve and demanded a careful inquiry aa to whether or not tbe boainsea of tbe Bavarian distilleries would suffer ondsr tbe bill. Representative Kohrnid of Wartemburg said tbat tbe bill met with favor in Wortemborg. Tbe Govern ■sent was especially happy la tbe oir cumetance that tbe measure threw a freeb bond of anion aroand Germany. Adjourned until tomorrow. Traversed ■eilev. Cm or Mrxioo, May 10.—The Gov erament Meteorological Bureau report* that tbe resent sartbqaaka shook traversed Mexico through the Hi err* Mad re mooataina, which eroas the country from the oortbwsst to the sooth east. rreparlag for the heetorky Berby. LOCISVILLS May 10L— Tomorrow tbe Kentucky Derby, Ibe moot prised of all the Wsetera trip even la, will take plaee. las race, which ta far three-year old eolU and All tee, dtatanoe one and ooe half miles, baa never beea a more open speoulation. Each caadidate baa a full quota of admirers, though hereabouts Jim Qore aad Baa burg are tbe beat thought of. Lucky Baldwin arrived from California Iset night. When in terrogated aa la hia Derby candidates. Pea den is aad Go! lab. be staled tbat before the string left California, Pea dents waa ia his mtad lbs rneeb faster of ibe two and in the trial made of 1 mile and a half he demonstrated bis eopsnority. Hs said as be had net yet seen bis trainer be could not assart wbetber both be race would start en Wednesday or not. He bad grave doable as to either ef hie horse*' ability to beat Ban burg, whom be thinks e greatly improved animal over his two year old form. LOOT BILDWIS S nasiaa. Cncaoo, May 10. A special from L.>uiavilte aseeris that Goiiah haa been coughing for toe paat few daye aad It ie hardly likely be will be sect to the poet, as Lacky Baldwin baa eel bis heart on winning tha Aosertoaa Derby at Chicago for the thud suoeeeetve time. Good judges who bars aeea Fsc deals d > aet eonetder him likely to be ta at tbe death, though it le undeniably tree thai tbe etabie stand* to win e large autoual on bia chance. UNM •'•rtea la *«w Verb. Nrv You, May 10 —Willi*™ Hmilb O Hrisa. •diur of /rritnd fu eeoo at ibe H iim*a Hoaae tbia mora inf. H» Hfl that h* *lll Mart tut Mmliml tooichi and uit Lu Aral t.«aeb lt«t. O'Htmb empbanoallr dtawea lbat Paroell M aiek or aaferißg rr itit i MW, u4 IUI lb® PMI Iriek leader wee MM la batter beallk ta bik lit*. He further eaye ibai iba Cwereloa bill will pw bal tbak it will raaat «o it* prvacotera bad will aartaial) to repealed when iw eboetiooe prori MM baootue mora ao by aoforeeoxßl 11a aaaarta tbal Faraali't letter wee a fsriary. He w.okl not a»j that hf |j« «M Iba fumer, bat b« (poke of bin a* beta* a raaaitadk fail? oapable ef ;iet anab k tkiag Mr. O'Hriao kkye that vb*n be Mint f»MB Canada, be Via tpead a weak M*aklu« ta New Y >rk. Philadelphia aod Paatuo. Mank Tart# (a Mae raeikr Cabal. Mas fmaaon, May 10.—Teiwram* vara mawl from ChMb«o yeeterdir by tbk loabl railroad aeeote aaaoaoeum tbal a freight rata lanf bad boaa adnptad for iba Canto Oaaat HiaK par out lover tbaa iba PaeiAs Oeeak tartS Ha. 1 of April 271b. Tba radaaad rata* are to to lata (Seat at mm. Lmoom, Ma* UL—lba Ooa*re*bllea- TOL. XII—HO. 24 b#ld today, §dopi#d fticDont tUMfii mml; l rMolotioa olmd by Ot. Ptrttf of Um CUT Tuapte. prntMhaa agaioai tba Iriab tmn«M bUI im ba t*n Parliament. daaaaadio* ih«i Ike I rati c*op4* (bail ba IraalaJ with jiallna tad arenas Mm liowmmcnt to viot* a ot aoaeiHatioa in daaiiac *>th Um IHAI> qoaaMoa. Lrrru Boos (Ark.). May 10.—Du Brtaaow. Mm tuoM irkiMU irappar. waa mardand M Bayoa fUrtbaJomaw wblla w«tta« hi* Tba i»rt» laid in Mobwk ft* him tad aftoc kiltie* Um old man. nkM bm of |4oi. Ttan to oo traa* of Um parrattMora. ■fin of kaarrml ii»m. Ntnrt (H. H.i, Hit lft-Omttl Aim Platobar Mrnm diad thto am ia* from i kidaav difficult? imtai from •oanda nmitm in Um batUa Mom Hetorabei*. A >MOUf« lain tor Mary. N*w Ton. May le.-Madama Obar lotto Ploaor. a aoagatraaa, la aoiat tha Amarioaa Oroca CkMapaay ta Iba oa prama Ooart fot $2900 da* bar a* aaiary, and atoa |JOOO damaga to bar rapatatioa. Today the Ooart baard aa unaial la • toattaa to taaka Tbotaaa J. Ritaay, rceataar af Iba aampany. a part? to tba defaadaal and a decision vaa raaarrad. Bevelttag Wlf» ■order. BILTIMOU. MAY 10.— WM. Bitter, I men doiac MMB 1B thia eowaty Mo mllM east of thia sit;, this morning had a flab I with bis wife, *kM resulted ID hi* piekiac up aa AS* aad *plittiec bet tkall nearly to half, kllliacae* ta- Mantly Th* oooplr have bM livlnc happily taeethrr for BUM yea re. aad th* *aaa* ef lb* ktlliac la unknown ■rlit ChmMN tiwam iamlw niiwu. Naw Toax, Mar 10.-Twelve I Hah aoaatabl**. who riteni Mi nffloee beaaa** they vet* compelled to earry oa -noueo*. aad who arrtT*d la New York laat vaak, today anaoorfoad their latootioa of beoecaiac onion* of tba raited Mate*. by Alloc their appllea tioa* la the Ooort of Ooamoa Plea*, •rfradlmg Melealte. Pian. May la-la relation to a dta pe toh from Herlia etatiac that expen menta absved th it aoeleelto deeompoeee if kept loac. aad I* therefore of DO OM for war port cm. the OoTeraeoent a* aerte that the eabatoooe nnriaeoMl with ia Beilin wa* ooi mete Dike, aad the eaeertian ie baaed oa the feet Uutl tntienite ia oakaowa ia Oartnoay. Kartk«aakr Muerteene. OriTMAi iMex). May 10. Tbe shook* ooutinoe at Cree. Many bnild mg* are eraeked aad rendered aaaate. Nobody haa yet baea hart, bat the ta habitante are leaving aa fast ss poastbla. A large slice ef a moantaia near the town fell dewa with a terrible eraah. The frietion ad the rooke mailed the wood*, oaasinc the belief that a voleano had brokea oat. At lielieea, Santa Elena mine, tbe earthquake oaoaed a great panie. The whole hill fell down. Mattering th* rook* amoa|*t LSO per sona. Kortnaately aobody waa hart. Tba diatrieta beyond telegraphie eetn maaloation hare not been heard from. I be aatboritiee are awaitlag eoariere. Bshbery the Motive. SrsranviLut iOble), May 10.—Mr. Vanbaker, of Holiday'* Gave, Weet Vir ginia. left hotae yesterday afteraoea, and retorniaa thle moraine, feond hie wife and mother dead in the uttlaa room, with their bead* marbed by a oar pin and an ax* wa* lyiac heald* the bodies. Robbery waa sapposed to be tbe motive of tbe morder. leather! Baptists. Loonvtixa. May 10.—At today'* sea si an of tbe Noutbern Baptist Conven tion resolutions condemning tbe ease and oee of llqaor as a beverage, and supporting tbe Prohibitionist*. wea passed. After the eisetion of officer* and offloial boards, the convention ad journed to meet on the eeooad Wadnse day of May. I#*B, Kiobtnead, Va. awing a Wealthy Isshrr. BOUHTO* (Fa.), May 10.—Franklin Howell, a wealthy banker of tbla etty, waa saed today by a I'ittabarg lady for a breach of premiss, the damages asked being 174,000. A boat a year age Howell was eaed by a well known Ho ran ton lady, wbo laid damagee at $46,400. Thai eass waa settled mutually. It Is thought that Howell la aot sans and aa applica tion will be made to tha ooart for tha appointment of a committee la lake charts of hia estate. AsAfcameat ef a Beery Land awner. Sa» Faaacmoo, May 10.— W. B. Tod banter, a cattle ewasf of era men to, California, who owns 170,000 asrea or land in Oregon and 60,000 tn this Mats, bee assigned to Hayes, Oarriek * Co., of Oakland. California. Hie liabilities an said t* be §408,000. lalerssltoul V. I. C. A. Ceaveattea. Km Faiacist'o, May 10 —Oas boadrsd sad Aftv delegates frem all parts of tbe t ailed matea and Canada arrived here today, to attend tbe lalernatioael Ooa- Teatioo ef Ibe Yeatg Mea's Christian Association, whioh will bs op—d to morrow. Besub ef the Largest Morse. PiriLDSi (Oal.), May 10.— Petata maa, the largeat horse in the world, died last aight He waa owned by a oompaay and valued at SBOOO. aale ef rrewertr Rear tbe tllflssse, HA* Kaaariaro, May 10.-A ptat at laad. 400 feel square, a boot 1000 feet northeast of tbe Cliff House, eo the bluff, was sold today at a net toe for $10,700. fhe parobaeer waa W. H. flloaa. Adolpb Rutro waa represented ameag the biddere. He olaime to have owned tbe it waa deeded to the Government for lighthouse purposes, and bis attorney Is aalborlty for ths aaeertma tbat Mr. Sutro will eontaat the legality of the aale and parchaee ef ths property. laslrartlaae te Crsleen. Ontvi (Oat.), May 10. lt Is re ported tbat teetraotione have beea for warded to the fisheries crutasrs to re main la port until further orders are received. •rath Warrant lee Bed. RimFiiM M.j, May 10 —Goveraer KM bee taeoed the death warnst for Jae F. rhomasuoa. who killed Ber eballl, a year and a half age, near Luaa Valley, ihomassna waa to have besa eieealed oa February 101b. bat be hag twice beea r. spiled, ssd strong effsrtg have been made to bare tbe s—tsoss ooniensted te imprisonment for Ufa. Ha will be executed on Friday nest. (kaafr ml Mnn. W uaian >■, May 10.— Tba foliowtac ebaagee la tba War Depbrtaaaat ba»a been orJered: Major < harlot MoCora. relieved froai doty at Newport Harraaka, kealwkj. Jbly lkt.at.-l ordered to El H*ao. Tesaa. rtUeTlac Major Oaoraa P. Bobineoo, who la ordered ta Haa Kraa "iaoo in relieve Major Jobs H. Witobar. Majur Witnber la ordered to do doty at Newport Berraskk, Keatoeky. Major i; bar lee U Whipple Ik relieved froaa datv kt fort Reutb. M .utaaa, aad or dered to lake tba temporary * tattoo at Fort Leareowortb Ma jot /H. Parker la relieved from doty at Fort I.earea wortb bad ordered to HeUak. Mxataaa. aklyylai latelllarane. Haa Cuaawv, May ld-inhed rtteanor Walla Walla, froaa Seattle. Mailed—eiauter baa Pedro.for Taamoa. I'oan lowvaaatD. May 10. - Arrived— Kfcip T r. Uakee, N <rwe«taa bark fcpfcialtee. aebooaar kaale Lareea. Poar Oammlm, May 10. - Arrived— Barb Magaaora. Hailed- Wily Oaorca rkaapaaa. Paar ButtLt, May ID —Arrived— bark I'a—mlr ■ t4>aa Poar AjKtaua, May 10 -Tbe bark Klakait ik to part. Ckndy. briak ttaat wiod. Irpaaaat. Mky 10— Oaabork paaaad outward.