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SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER
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nStrTOOlf A AiTHM,
* T aaw.
*r~i. S-ttl* W. T.
"~~9~P7C AWWOLL»
•yv XND COUNSEHOB-AT
u *■«*» **■»
j^^THTcAIIM.
I »w wow «* o»in«-
igjSjPSwric«A«HTA
DUDLEY,
_uur»«Tß AT LAW- w nX PBAO
ooorW th. T. rltory.
!■■■•«*— - maofctma
CARR t.MtnOI,
AND OOUrfSELUW*
igfe^yi
(BIN SMITH,
Attorney at Law,
DR. J. *• POX,
deitibt.
r iHCiiw"® 11 *'
guni P- ANOUSON.
dbauohthman.
OF SEATTLE - COUNT*
1— BaatUe. mhJU
booni A mi«ic«it,
inkttMta ui ttpert«u«dau,
Maafc. >W *—
fflfjiill, LLIWiLIYN A CO..
Heal Estate Brokers.
' «i|H» A MOWi,
a?U AND IIIIM IMUMM,
* o,t »J!sa* iro, i- O £2!J-^ d0 °
|rtf|W BafMttag. front rtrsst-
Jt
fITHCUH AMD iOMiONk.
F. A. CHURCHILL. M. D.
E. J. CASTLE,
Ht.AUOt ABD TIAOHkJt - I IIEWTIAH
■•lrsre. Maatel baliu.
Baeoed *Ok*i,ti*t, Mkdhoc aad B*r ng.jettif
R. r. mxoa. u. o. um. Dawson K. D.
DBS. MfHOfl t DAWSON,
Physicians and Surgeon*
ofricn m or km i hoi-bb a Lac a.
JWlgkp*. No. H; Or-Mlanr".
DR. H. O. LONOAKtR.
MRADUATE OF THE UNIVERHITY
ii«f Paaaajrlraala. make, a aoeeielljr
f dlaaaaaa of tha Eye. Ear and Throat
bW* prtratr. ohroolc aad Jkln dlaaaeea.
tmtvm osnotr. tumors And ulcers with-
Hear* I a. in. to < p. in.
P.B. H.MILLER,M.I).
gUMBON. O^NBULTED
*d<W tSphoaa Ne. M, )«*•
U*aw*a.M.D. Bcrea WILLAWMU)
DRM. HHITH A WILLARD.
Physicians and Surgeons
OSes ta PonoU* Blooh. «T Froal
vnoa HOUK?-| P »o <p. m. aad Tka
C. A WI BD. M. D.
rvFFICE. BOOM Na l YEBLJtK
l> Leery block. Seattle. Haaidenoew
ar front aad Union at* TelephooeNo.
USce hoar* bom 11 to II a. I to 4
ad ? to I p. tn. »«
FOR HALE.
800 ACRES
Or Fine Lands
Some of these lands are
inside of the city limits ; a'l
of them are only a few min
utes drive from the business
center of the city.
i
We will sell these lands m
tracts of 5 acre* and up.
We have some beautiful
6 acre Lots forS6oo; these
tracts will make fine homes.
Also, City Property of all
kinds.
Call and examine our List
before you purchase.
HEFNER 40ISH0N
208, Commercial street,
Seattf*. W. T.
TKLBQEAPHIC.
DIXON. BORGESON t CO..
HwhNam of aiwy AaacrtpUoa of
SHOW GASES.
*ar*a» Praal t>< *i(ik atraata.
C.-'tlaaA. Or.
iiH BEDS., Agenti, Seattle.
ai«ntha»lf
WA CHON6 & CO.,
CHINA TEA STORE.
A IXKDTDB Or TEA. DIR® T FKOM
•TV fVaa. tha puraal wl baa*, tnm «
iSKLn&TJi!
Swars g,
SEATTLE BAKES AND fiANKEHS
FUST Nif If) ML SINK
Off* SEATTLE,
Boattis, Wsahfagton TsrrUorr-
Ca»JW IISONO)
BEO. «. tuutsrs, «. I. VAALEMH,
, CMBMT .
Sight lAdMimAhk«*eb22!l^»?»hi<
» «
atmw j«.
Paget Sound latlonal Bini a
Occidental Block.
RUT AND BKO. FOKKKtH AND
w bootoor 55S*
DBXTBR HORTON
BANKERS,
Incorporated IHH7.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
fmlliiit ....W. a Lam>
Vlr* Prr.ldant A. A. ton
Mitmwr I.Mnn
(Kittta B, f, 81l Ifl."
SIGBT KXCHAJtuF. AMD T»LIUBAPBIC
iTMUten am Hr« Turk, Cblrapi. it. P.ul,
lea Franelaeo. Portland. ».I<l Tihow point. I*
Wa.btafton, '»!•» i. tad Briuah O I—X».
High! Bill* of Eschtnge OB London. aTali
tbtoalMkM la tamp*
OoUa*Mon« nude « all point* oa favorable
MM.
Bond*. 4.<k< end ulbar nlwlilM reeaivad
■a depoalt fat *af. krei.lng. _ )««
mmm nitioll
BANK OP BIATTLK.
rpHANHACTB GENERAL HANKING
BUTB ud BILLS EXCHANGE on all
oltlee, and taeuea IJCTTERB OF
01 Tea Comjectiomb apecial attention,
i oKHJcaraa DKNTB :
National Park Beak. New Yark.
Klr»t National Bank. Chicago.
Paclflc Bank, Ban Kranclaoq
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
i* tb> aamnorr or tkb
Morohanta' National Bank.
SECURITIES! AND VALUABLES.
Qooi* and Pakcbui of all kind* re
reived for aa/e keeping and Morac*.
Hafee and Orpo.lt Bo tee la Bikulab
Vai lt reated ai from 15 lo 150 par an
num. araortlDi to etae. mjS
NOTICE.
VJOTIOK IB HKMBY OtTRN THAT Tilt
IN pa< tarfahlp haratafor* rilMlo* twfaew
th oadar<l<a*d. K iwai.l B Dowsing and
Oharlr* H. KlUiagat, aadar ika arm iam> af
Ed. .rd B. Dovalng A O* .aad .loing
at Healtla, Waahlngion Trrrtiorr. ha* thU >aj
baw> <1 Uaol.nl by mutual ooiiMai. All dabt*
dur or to becoMda* la ih. trn. and all 4. Ik*
daa or oat' r from >akt partnarthlp, in to b.
•ruled Willi Edward B. Dawnla*.
I'aird *1 !*ee'ttr. Waah. Tar,. June 14. 10*7
EDWARD ». DOWNISQ,
( IIARl» H. IITTIKiiEK
All pe.MMM ladabted U Mid (Irm of Edaarit
B. IKiwalng * <*«, will plM*. all aud mat*
•actlaiu**t a> moo a. i«*nar. W* aipart to
darola our enure ttte'illna sftar Jalr I* to
Tha i.uaraalaa Lean aad T>aalCo.,bv whom
tha buainaaa will br e alu u»l aad at the «ao»
piece, i. n Irn U.WAEI> B DoWBINO.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Bt*clihol<l«r« of Masonic Tom*
plo Association.
WK, THE CIDrjWONKO TRUSTORS
of tfc. " !VatUa Maaniil.- Ta»|»l.
rUtl D b-p#b* fITa nott<*. tha' a tn<**;<<.s of
tha Mb k!'ldart of aU Aaaorulli-a will b»
Raid at Ma*'ok Hall, la tha (' «T f S-altla.
oa WadnaaJar, Auguat Silß. lwrt. at • o'ctork
lot tk« i>aipoaa oI dtmlaMiia* Uta
,ai>ltal atnfk ot aatd ka* i.Uua to aarxit;-
flv. tho»»»tiJ Ao'lara.
Haattl., 4HM ». laitl.
J. r«rh Qao W. Ha rta,
Ballay Oa'tafl. J A. HalßaW.
J H. Mntraw. Wn H. Uatrailya.
O. C, Sliorav. A R. ■».«!■ )»l *«
HTEAMEH
CLARA BROWN
WILL I BAT»
SB.ITTLK FOR Till)*!
OH
July 4th at 7:30 I E
Fare, - - 50 cents
4?
IF YOU WISH
TO BUY OR SELL
REAL ESTATE,
COME AND SEE
DAVID W. PHIPPS,
—»t m-
Wiflston & Price Agency,
MILL ST, OPPOSITE POSTOfFICI
HOX T»
FOR EMPLOTSERT OR HELP
>T tar
Winston A Price Aaenoy,
Sill *•* OHM* Nrl»Sc«,
r. o bos w
Money Waiting for
Mortgages, at low
rates
EDWD B. DOWNING A CO
Stsrr Block.
NOTICE.
I «■»«»« AJi*or»c« mtttr 4* *
1 aathti" tat r»'W*:UK IB U» «i
* nbm. .»»)«• **+ ••«' *• r«»
si* .4 tfc» esq 4 >HI'»
>rfLl #H MtVHX. iW 1 Mft
PURCHASERS WILL FIND REPRESENTED
IN THE STOCK OF
W. P. BOYD & CO.
THE LATEST PRfIOUCTIMS M
DRESS QOODS,
NOTIONS,
Ladies'; Men's Feriii Ms
Etc Etc- ..—..Etc.
Constant additions of Novelties in
Paranoia, Embroideries, Laces, Hand
kerchiefs and Trimmings.
IN HOSIERY~¥D CORSETS
Oar itylM are new and attractive.
To oar Gentlemen Friends t
We have this day received from Chicago a
large invoice of
NEW AND POPULAR SCARFS.
They have distinctive feature* in
Patterns and Make-up.
THE ARCADE.
Front street, - - - - Seattle
PIONBBR WUOLESILB BSTIBLISHMBNT
OF
WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF
GROCERIES. HARDWARE. SNIP CHANDLERY. CLOTHINB. DRY GOODS.
FANCY 000DS. BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS ANO CAPS) ETC
Will alao Mil. both WHOLBBALS aad KBTAIL,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, House Fur
nishing: Goods, Shelf Hardware, RNeohanlcs*
Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc., etc.
We oordlallj lartta tha trad* ot Waahlagtoa Territory to ■ »• aa a o*U.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.
A. LEWIN & CO.,
Importers ot and Dealers In
Cigars. Tobacco.
PIPEB -A-3STD JSTOTXOJSrS.
Smoke the Southern Beauty and Horace
Kelly's Bouquet, Key West.
Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter.
LOUIS PBLZ. General Salesman.
STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE.
THE MECHANICS' STORE.
THK Bl§T| TNI FIPIKoT f TMI CHEAPEST,
The Gold Coin Ranee,
BUY IVO OTHER
TIMITINO and PLUMBIN O.
my 10 H. KOBO. PrMUMI ill
MUm SET «. iAIIVM,
IMPORTER AND JOBRtR or
CIGARS 110 TOIACCOS, REERSCHIUR GOODS, PIPES, CUTLERY. STATIONERY
Mill atrMt, YMl*r-L««ry Bulldlnc. Seattle. W. T.
ttui* umU tot lb* nor da UtliU Kay Waa» cigar*. fait
General Insurance Agency
TAYLOR & RURNS, A6ENTS.
FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Butler Buildlnt* Jamea street
I *ll k I«* WJUTTKN M TUB ruIXOWINQ PIRtfT-CLAdS AMKKitMN
L ikßd ran**
Uwpool, Loodoo A <**«»«• MUKfIS
U>.« .. IUMAK
California U»WW»O
I awe Fin and Manna of N«« inland iH4.QOU
J£tc». «< Hartfocd •jBO.JCti
"i IT 1 -""" " York I.ol*ooo
Uirmrd. fbiladniphta UtUtt
Hia AaaaaMloa, PUlafetrfeia
National. HwtMi MM^OB
nmwi'i Bnut UiV.Ui
Ha* fNlllf* 4.000,00;
o*. Faal Fua and Manaa ... IJtUK)
AjjTKJttltatmi. S« T0rt..... 1.M&000
SJUuA l «uo« ud NtlMil SWOO.OOO
MtaM la i—Hit ..... . SOOjHO
tmM
I'iialhwn"' Nn Tart 6.1T7J00
tw oUmI toopu; i« tfca world; «■ |r
postt la Um I'tuiad (taM I.TUUBO
Travelers' Life and Accident
. ■ ,~| twMMU '• «*a tWNM
UMrjikl la Ik' MUtM. r»lk| wr«4 by M<4IV
<MM m " 0* OM.OOO HrfJu.
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SEATTLE, W. T., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1887.
INSURANCE.
IBVIIf OP TUBE.
Bantuarj of Satisfactory
Reports from Various
Lines of Basiaoss.
Much Talk Ooeaaioned by
the Atchison's Alame
da Pnrehaae.
THE ENTOMBED MISERS,
Naval Cadets Start for Hon
olulu to Join the Adams.
Hon. rf Ura.-C.tM PMtSa—Cat la
Rila-Mf to rkarfm Hat Om
SlM.rr to Ymto-f«w>ai<
by laai vMaala-laltial Ship
Mat to HMckMg
wauut aivisw.
AM ■xaioanva UTAVMM or wanin.
m tii Bantu wttz*a
Maw Voax, Jaaa 30. K. O. Don a
Ob., la thatr weakly review of trad. My:
Tb. «Mk bai ban one of Htiafutioo
to Um burial for tb* mmob, bat oat
or animal dMtorbaam. la ipMolattoa
oirotas. Liqoidstloo hut r M ohtfl" tbt
•look market. A *wk ago. eveo while
this reriew ni bum written, eh%rp »
taoka betas. Keoo*ery wu eeprciaJlr
rapid, bai the beeitation is prioee this
week, oetwithatanding very favorable
report* of narnimte. Indicate that the
peoeeaaof liquidation may not in all
direetioae have been oompieted. 41
their leweet the Mooki were down to
the level of January iaet u their kiik
eat in Hav bad aooontelj oorrMyocded
with their bigfceet average before the
break te Deeeaber.
Tbe corner in Jane illl tl New
Yark hM nooudtd a< completely aa
tbe OhlNio oorner failed, and
the price* made been ao palpab
ly artificial that June delivery
•old oo tlx last da; of tbe meath
oenta above tbe name grade (or Jair.
Nominally oaah wheat (ell 31 cent* on
Friday, though tbe aetual prioe for other
naaa than the Mttlament of *peculativ*
ooatraeta waa not above tKv, oanta on
fueaday aad on Friday. Tha Obi
oago market baa baas quiet with e art
ward shipment* of 3,000,000 boabela,
crowding tha lake line* to their full
oapaoity. June exporta have been lama,
bat tha (took oarrried over to tha sew
orop year will not be mneh below $5,000,
000 boabaU in exoee* of tha minimum,
and orop report* an generally favor
able, though a prolonged drought in
eotne parta of tbe Northweet caused ap
prebenaioo and a leee yield.
From Omaha and aome other point*
come the report* that tbe real eatate
eiol tern act baa abated, though prioee
are maintained and large iam* are be
ing expended in boilding. It waa esti
mated aome week* ago from returni at
New York, that where the proportion of
new buildings in five month* haa been
4.41 per o*nt. of awiil value, the val
uation of the real estate whereon that
torn is thua invested throughout the
oountry mnet be very large. Huffloient
return* for Ave month* from thirty-fire
eities of all eisea and in varioo* part* of
the country, now (how thai the valne of
new buildings is that time was 4.12 per
sect of the aaseaeed valuation of all real
estate there in 1880, and the trt aafers of
property wars 18 per sent, at all peinta,
against 14 per oent. at New York.
rheee figures would point to an ex
penditure on boilding* of $1,300400. If
tbe *am* aotivity should laet through
tb* year, it need not be added that the
reaction and diminiahed aotivity are to
be expeoted.
Uuoh available money has bssn
turned into tied ospital. largely In
railroad building*. Though tb* return*
disappoint those who expected a larger
wlleage completed thi* year than in
1882, ao far mileage la 500 above that of
laat year to data, bat about 900 milea
below the oompteied work on tbia day
in 1880,1881, or 1883, and 2500 below
tbe reeord of 1883. May and June re
turn* exceed laat year'* but tittle, but
tbe new aeouritiee lieted at the Btook
Exchange this year targetv exceed tbe
(132,000400 In stock and $133,000,000 In
bonds, which in part eceoants for tbs
b saltation in pricss.
The general report* are almost with
out exception satisfactory, trade being
good for thta time of year <oi lections
are fair and better and money Is in rea
sonable rapply at all interior points.
The dissstsra at Ohioago and Oiaeln
uati cam te have bad Ittti* affect else
where. A most eooouraging feature ia
tbe settlement as to wags* in iron man
ufacture, on a 10 per cent, advance, and
tba cloning of the builder*' (trike at
Chisago, tbe (boemakera' atrike in
Maaaachnaetla, and the ore handler*'
•trike at Cleveland. The soke atrike
■till keep* the coke fnrnaaes idts, snd
tbe (took* of Iron west of the mountain*
are thoosht to have fallen from 194,078
tone on May Ist to 150400 ton* in Jane.
An advance in August I* hoped for and
old rail* have risen daring the past
week*
The coal output for the half year will
eio>ed by 1500 too* the largeet previoa*
oatpai, and aa advance In prior* i*
again predicted. la moet ether braneb*e
of trade the eondllioo le reported eati*
factory for thi* aeaeos. Monetary
aaxteUee continue, however. The bank
(orpine haa never beea aa low a* at tkle
time at any prevkwi year, aad the
treaanry ha* taken in $1,800,000 gob)
while patting oat $3,400,000 in earraaey.
The heavteet withdrawal of bank boode
ever reported oo a (ingle day natarally
attende the maturing of the laat eel! for
three per-eaate, aad the treaanry of
Aetata are dieeppointad biaanaa the new
depoeit* for eirenlatioa reach ooly
11
The one opea (apply of money ie the
Loodoa market, hat reoent eveata have
eaaaed eome ealee of aloeka oo foreign
eoooant, aad marohaadtee ezporle frem
New York fall 8 par eoaL below, while
import* rim 16 par eaot. ab iv; tboae of
laat yaar fer Jaaa.
TUJUira er iiraiiei
acca iiu oocaaMOD ai ru atcai
eoa's rracaaaa or Lam> a
4UKID4.
Baa Fhtacmoo, July I.—The parehane
by the Atehiaoa, Topeka A Santa Pe
| Kail road Company of a ptaee of tide
land is Alameda, aad wWata la thoagbt
to be for the terminer of the company*
road apoo the Ooa*a, baa aaaaad moob
talk la railroad eirate*. It I* elated
that the road la to be belli eoatfa in DM
near fntare aad will ecaaeet wuh a lute
to be ma aorta from Lee tnaala*
within two year*. The Aioblaoo will
aot attempt to retahiieh a peeeecger
ferry f rem the foot of Park etreet aeroee
the bay to thw mty. aor wiiMl baild aa
throagh er aroand Oaklaad. "iMrill
•imply joia haada with the Southern
Paetflo Oempaay ta making a aaioa
depot of the priaaat Central paeifle
ferry building oa the ether aide of the
hay. Thia arraagaan«at i* aaid already
to have beea made. Ihe Atefeteoa will
deliver ita nainim to the Southern
Paatflj Compaay at Ita Laaadro. from
wfcieh pctat they will betaken ta the
ttoathera Paeifle ear* and heal ta lb**
etey
■ttcit run
mu woaaiaa to tuca raa lata
■VToataai a rmm aoeu» a
ccaav wn.
Vraarii iMev >, Jaiy 1, -There he*
(mm aa naNnmMM m the work la
ibe mine today. The relief party to
eottias min dnfte is the north a»d
with direction. nd hope to bint
HioKknn Um thie iflmoN.
At 16 o'eloek this mornag aU "to
MfiwCthaMM d»WB to to* Oea
nlMrtri Virginia drift with Soperia
tohol P>Uw. tad naontd the balk
kaad that waa pat a oa the night of
the 6n. Thay hud that the drift «h
io badly caved aad tha gat was ao
ttroog that they nn ap aav hope of
tryiag to gat to tha m by that t»j
vud returned. Tha reacoe party ia Mill
working to tha reaaae drift where they
h*Te baas workieg ao lose bat the oat
look ia aa batter thaa it waa yesterday
ntu ao mu.
Vißoatu Cm (Nrr.j, Jaly I.—A
roQod ot hoia* haa jaat been Sted ia the
faee of the aooth drift frem the bottom
of the tnalioe wiasa. hat ao indieatioo
of breaking tbroogh waa detested. The
aadergroand fneereea eaye that do 000
acctioo will ha made toaigkt.
mil cunt
nrniiiULiMUociDirtaoioiaao
LCU> TO MM TUB CSITBD WtkTMM
SHIT ADUM.
Has Faaactaoo, Jalj I.—Tha ateaaaar
Alamtd*. wbiab sailed today for Hooo
loin, orrried a detiohment of eleven
sailore from the United Statee receiving
■kip Independence, at the Mara let aad
Navy Y uo, aad atx naval aadata. who
no* go to aea for two yean ia aeoord
eace with the rale of the Navy Depart
ixmndl* prior lo thfif floil eumiotUoD
for reteotioo io eerrioe. All ere in 00m
taaod of an ensign aad wiU j JIB the
Oaitod Statee t< earner Ada me at Hooo
tola, Then is ao partieolar sieeifloanoe
ia the preeeaoe of the Adam* at the
aapital of the Hawaiian Kingdom, ae
the lait >r ia ooeof tie freqaeatly t tied
porta by veaaele attaobed te the Paeide
*qaad roa. Howerer, ia oaee of any
dutorbaaoe ebe would protect American
interest* Should the rntnor of a revo
Intioa have any reliable foaadattoa, it
ia more thaa probable that all of the
available ferae of tha American and
British eqaadrooa will oonoentrate at
Honolalu.
■MM er IMM
tn uxo aoxooMßißßaaD—paoaouacao
Lohnk, Joly I.—la tha Hoaee of
Lirda this eve Ding io the report oo the
Irieh Land bill.Earl Doors ven eaid there
were 900 amendeaeate waiting wbieh
amonnt to almoat a reoaat of the bill.
Earl Spencer declared that the bill
woold fall to bring a settlement of the
Irish qoeetion and it was not worth
ooneldenog aa It would not ralieve the
tenants, He did not think the govern
oeot onderetood sobs of the olaoaaa
beoaase in some eaaee the ale usee woold
injara the tonanla and others woold In
jure the landlords. The tenants might
be ordered to pay arrears ia (mall la
stallmeate bat the payment of rent was
not pro Tided for, therefore the teoanta
might oontinae to pay inetallmenta and
allow tha re-it to aoeomolale. Directly
tbe bill panted tbs courts would bs
crowded with appUoanta, whuee caeee
would not be settled for years.
Lord Ashbonms, Lord Chanoellor fer
Ireland, eaid tbat after the bill had
passed tbe neoeaaary eviction would not
be open to har*h criticism The beak
ruptcy olaim* bill waa fair and raaaooa
bls.
Baron Hertobelt *aid that the clan*e
dealing with eviction*, in which power
is given to tbs teasers to ge to ths court,
was tbe only olauae worth anything.
Lord Salisbury eaid tbat it wa* be
cauie of tbe trial to apply an itapoeoi
bls system of relations bstween land
lord and tenant that the Government
waa obliged to introdooe the preesnt
bUt.
imti PAtirn.
■OMK unxpacnxD ADD oanaowa TXITI
MOM anas aaroaa TBS aaiL
WAX i omtnaioa.
Omaha, July I.—Before the Paoifio
Hallway Investigating Oommiatlon to
day Edward Boaewater, editor of tbe
Omaha Btt, teetified that it baa been
for years tbs praolioe of ths United
•Mats* Marshal of Ncbraaka and bia
deputies to travsl on frse paaae* over
the Union Pacific Railroad and to
charge the Government 10 moU a mil*
fer every mil* *o traveled.
Commlaaiooer Utile aeked the wit
d«m if Im did not know that the Mar
tbal bad (worn to hia aeoounte wken
rendered and that ha had U (wear that
oo portion of the tripe charged for wan
made by free glial a
Witneaa did not know how that waa,
bat be knew that the paaaea were need.
He bad himaeif eeea a Deputy United
Sum Marakal travelling on eaoh a
mi<, from whom he learned that the
Depot; bad to ahare with the Marakal
for the travelling faee allowed by the
Ooverameot for jaat each trio*. Oonrt
offieer* generally in Nebraaka, Roee
water added, have alway* abowo great
eabaereianee to the railroad power. He
produoed a oopy of the eleetion tele
gram alladed to la hia testimony given
eome da ye aio before the Ooeamieaion.
Nt is itm
m eaaaDua raoiric (rural*** thi
tonne ia aaa raaaciaoo.
San Faaactaoo, July I.—The Dana
dian Paeifle baa eat right and left on
the eiteting flret-oiaey paaeeager rate*
aoroea the oontinent to the Atlantic eea
board aitiee. Order* were lent from
the Oompany'a bead office in Montreal
today to aell round trip tieketa
from tbia eity to Mew York
and Boeton for SIOO, and to
Montreal for *IOO. In the eaee
of the former rale It apptwe aa well to
Philadelphia and ether large oiliee sen
•tdered aa eomajoo poiata with New
York. At Montreal the paaMngera will
have offered him proportionately low
rmlaa to Eaatern earn roar r aorta within
a eooaiderahle radioa of that eity.
Theae roaad trip tieketa will be good for
all month*.
When eereral of the loeal paaeeager
agent* of the Amerioan traneeontinen
tal linee were informed of the Oasadian
Paoiflc'a action, they were greatly tor
priced. The American roade have never
ta their hiatory made a round trip from
thia eity to the Eaet. Their prraeel rate
to eaetern citiee, aad viae veraa, are ae
low aa they have ever bee*, aad they
charge paee*rg*r* $162 to New York
and retorn; $164 to Boetoo, aad SIOO to
Mnatreal aad rctarn.
Itfil te Charge*.
Sea Paaacmoo, Jely I—Oenk Pea
•eager Agent Goodman, of the Hoatbern
Paeifle. aaid today ta regard te the
•bargee agaiaet ihe emapaay for aliased
dteertaaiaaUce under the later State
law: "It would eeem that the eoalper
gentlemen owa the >' atbarn Paeifle
Oempaay. that they p. paee to raa Mto
(oil tbemeelvee, bat we will probably
have eomethiac W aay aboat that our
eeivea. 1 know nethiag whatever about
the matter bat it look* to me a* though
theae eealpere have eaee eded ia getting
a lot of good ad vert lei og very eheap
If the eompaay bad bean gutUy of aay
wroag aat the matter ehoaid have beea
referred to the baal peaaibte aathority.
the Inter Stale Commteoao. W* .hall
take no aottee of the oaa* aalaaa it u ef
flmaliy oroogM lo oar aMenites."
•at Wee ht earner t laatalaa.
Saa Paaacmoo, Jaly l—The Oregon
Developameot Compaay te at preeeat
running but eoe eteemehip oo the
Yeqaioa Hiy Uae. Tbie te aot owing
to a lock of pairoaage bat te a teak of
eeaaate, the ¥equina Oily beta* w» ler
repair* aad the Willamette V alley U.ag
ia quarantine.
rant* 'by lUl'Meala.
Sea Paaacmoo, Jaly 1. —lt flaally
tnrae oat that the southern Paetfle
Onaaaaay ha* not bought the Heath
PamiaOoaal Read. II la aa iadietdaai
parehaaa by Mawt Huotiagtoe, Stan
fort. Croaker tad H ipkia*. who in
mEmMvU; kaova M lb. Pteifte I«-
proTMEMI Oooa«aay
S S "Vet«* fcsd°' mmLmmM* °a"*
aad ImUhn ZRSZTTL la
d*y fnxa ViaeMm. to b. aaipfwa la
Haackoac Uy th» Pant*. Atwi
SMra My. that it A THE iaitai atiip
mmt (root Utw city, bat b. expect. tt to
be followed b. a smba of atbwa
NaS Iryirt
Naw You. Jane 30. R. O. Don't re
fori for tba Aral btlf of Ibe yaw 18S7
abow* that tba failure* ia tba Catted
Slat** art 4*l? ia number, agaiaat MU
(at llm ana period ia the prwvtoaa
year, *howicg a drarmi of 244. Lie
bUitiaa (bow a alight tnsraaaa. Pea tba
laM half of tbo year the litbilitiea war*
ltt.ua.ooo. acsioai $50,434,000 for tba
firt baif of 1888. YtOlaraa ia Canada
donn« ibe flret baif at 1887 were BSI ia
nam bar, again* <99 darina tba aame
period of laal year. Tbo amount of
litbilitiea for tbo fltM baif of 1087 it
110.690.150, acainet #6,501 GB7 for lb*
eorreapondins period of IfW.
Paatlly lt*«rtlwl.
HtTtMt, Jane 30. A workincmtn in
Hoiiitun, tt a preoatiioo acainal email
pas, ball! a ooal Are before retiring for
tbo night aad piaoad tbereoa te*
oral laaeea of tobaooo, tbo faaMa from
wbieb, be bad boea told, fnrnitbed a
aafasturd tcaicit tba dinette Tbe
next morning tbe man. hi* wife aad
eight obitdran were dead— aoSooatod by
tbeeaal tat.
iairlita Ulyyltt Leacae.
Cnotoo, Jane 30.—Tbe Lake Shore
and Miietatippi Valley Department of
Ibe Amarioaa Hbippmit aad Indoalrtl
1 i«a«at aaaeobied in a oonveolion bore
today. Nothing of importaaoe wtt ao
oomplitbed beyond tbe appoiatmeal of
ooatmiaatooore aad tbe delivering of
teverai tddreetrt. Two hondred toerad
ited dolegtiea were repreeented at
today'* tea* ion of tbe laagoe.
Mr. Wm. Bale*, of Haffalo, N. Y., read
ao eotbouMtte on (bt Amerleu
marine aad tb* qo«*tien of it* ex Moose.
Cmgr«**nnn Adam* and Doabam alao
■pok*.
Aerial >aylsa*toa batved.
WttHntoTon, Jane 30.—4 oiroalar ba*
b—a received at the Navy Department
from a (Jhiotgo nan tnu.mooitig that
be bat aolvad tb* problem of aerial nav
igation, and i* *boat to bnild • great
air tblp wbiob wiU atari on January
I*4 oa a New Y*ar'« voyag* to
tk* North Pole. He cellmate* that a
month'* Um* will nffla* for tb* voyage,
allowing tan day* or two wetka for aai
enUtlo obearvation*. Tb* pbenomaoti
■hip will carry 300 partoa* and travel
at a apeed of Mvaaly mile* *n
hoot. Um inventor undertake* to oarty
with him repr*—ulatlvt* of the praa*
and aotaniiM*. Tb* eaiential feature of ,
tbe diaoevary oonsitt* of a gretl eylln
der built of tblo plat** of iteel to wbieb
a paaaeuger oar ia attaobad. For tb*
ttoeoding foree, inatead of gta, a par
Ual vaenum ia need and eight esbaaat
ing aorew propeller* moved by eleotrio
•eooadary battcrie* propel lb* eraft.
Mate Meaeavlr IballtM.
PASIH. July I.—The (ownaMl pre
•••tod in lb* Cham bar of Depntiee a
bill to aboliab the itata monopoly of tb*
manufacture and Mia of gonpoadar.
tabirrlrllui far Ihr Uai.
Bum, July I.—Subscript loaa for tba
Ant 10.000,000 mark* of lb* new imparl
al loan will ba op*nod om Jaly A, at all
tba great bank* at tba empire.
blortMa.
Ooloonk, Jaly I.—Tb* Arcbbiebop of
Creoaeati yeeterday oh listened tba am
paror ball in tba cathedral, giving it tba
name of "Glorioea."
laiaa* Ivlia laveatlsallea.
NEW ) on. Jaly I.— Tba Investigation
at Ward's liland Inaana Asylum wa*
oontinnad today. Htvaral witneaae* and
ona ai-attendant kstifled£to iastancee
of eztrema brotality on tba part of tbe
Mteodanta, and crane e isea of neglect
by tba M*4ioal Hapertnteodeot. ()a*
witnaa* said tbat is tb* ward wber* tba
boy* vera confined tbeir morali ware
iv.ntinoally being oontaminatad by
tiltby expression! on tba part of tbe
men. Another witness said tbat pa
tients would not tell of bratalfty oo ao
oouDt of tba threat* of worse treat
ment.
rraar* rntnti Asalmt Italy.
Paata, Jaly I.—Frsnoe has protested
(gainst tb* oondqct of Italy in minim
■ng Freoob right* in Hel&h, oo tbe
lied Sea, near tbe Abyssinian frontier
Caaal at Pari a.
LOMDO*, Jaly I.—Tbe Ooant of Harts
arrived on tb* lata of Jersey today. Ha
was met at Ht. Helir eapitol by a large
erowd, many of whom welcomed bin
with cries of "Viva La Hoi."
Tr«M*nr'i Maleaaeat.
WtaamaTon. Jaly I.—Tb* statement
■eeaed by tbe United Htatee Treaenrer
to Jay ebowe tbe prreeat Indebtedness
of tbs District of Oolambia to ba $30.-
881.000, a net redact 100 of
daring tbe year ending July Ist. tbs
total receipts for Jane were (X 1,071,000,
and tbe total receipts for tbe Steal year
endad yasterday were $371,381,000. Ke
oeipta from customs war* 1218 404,000;
from Internal Ksveoas. $119,1;*;,000;
raiseellaneooe, $34,840,000,
■wit Mvldead Beriared.
New Tobi, Jaly I.—At tbe annaal
meeting of tbe American Cotton Heed
Oil Trnst today it was voted to pay
quarterly diridands of 1 par eant. Tb*
declaration of tbia small dividend
caaaed a drop of 4 per cent. In tbe slock,
rtre la a Measarr.
Loanoa. Jaly 1 Fire was dis*ov*rrd
on J Qo* 26tb in tb* cargo of tba North
Uarman Lloyd steamer Falda, at Bra
mea from New York. The diaooverv
was made after tb* v«*s*l bad toft
Hoothbemptoa It rtqaired 12 hoar*
hard work to qaeooh tbe flame*
and it wa* foond neosssary to
jsttisoo 22 ab**t* at tobaeoo and 40
bales of *otton from b*tw*sn deck*.
Tbe reel of tba aargo in eoaapertmeate
wa* not damaged by tb* Are.
laWu'w trmM.
liraTu, Jaly L—Allan Palmer, alias
Fred Frtekar. was arrested here by d*
tectlres oo a charge of embeoleaeat.
Palmer we* a clerk of J. T. Franeie, a
real asteta dealer of Pitwbarg, he., and
it Is allseed thai aboat sis wseks age,
wbea sent to tbe bank to deeoottslsoa.
be look lb* money and left for tbe
Weal When arreeted be bad SIO4O ea
hi* person.
■at ■aaalllaa Flab.
New Ton*. Jaly I.—By a telegraphic
error yesterday tba death of Mr*. Haas,
iltoa Fieb was made to read Mr. Htmil
twVM.
tow ®
t tacnnun. Jaly I.—Amaal Baldwin,
tba late oaabier of tbe Fidelity National
bank. as* surrendered by ooe of hie
boodamaa today, bat by good forton*
■nether saretr was sseored and Baldwin
did M 4 go to jail.
Xcnn iObteT. Jafy T-oȣhoi> Jamee
A. Bparteo. of tbe slrteaa Method Ml
Kpwcopel Cbareb, baeiog charge la
Hoatb Caroltae and Georgia dud end
daaly ef heart disaass tbia moralag al
bto baaaa al Wither feres, in this coaaty,
in bis 74tf> year.
■•arafal Mary H UlMtoii.
San Faaacaru, Jaly I.—Mr. aad Mr*.
J, S (irat.be, with alas ehildreat. bar*
am red bare froan Topolobaaapo. aad
me a rsry saoaraf al aaaoaal of iteu
ia tba modern Arcadia,
fbey arrived there oa Jeaaary Ob. aad
their provtsfaas had S4OO ia am
ware tamad late tb* taanaa faa4 bat
Ibay assuaged to save saoagh to aarry
them la Ooaytaaa before the faaailv
left tb* abitdrea were fad oaly ha aaaah
for three aaafea Whea the smallpox
hraha sal, Ibar* was eery Utile sasdi
MM sad mash kiawlnsqip fwerartad
VOL. in—HO. 6ft
T** P*o»i* remaining there art nf« -
lag great deatituuoe.
rmß»r* mt a T»>m« I'lrai
Locvnua, Jaly 1.-DHk Middletoa
A Ox. p*opootort of the OUnl Tobaoeo
figjssrsu-jfc'tsjs
FWf liabtlMe*u«e«im*t«d ufk£'
000. tad nomtaal mmm an aboai tbe
*ame. Tm failure la do* to eaojpeti
• too and etaa* margia* oo prodia
MUflt .f Intln.
Mwryuu M; L-TMn ia aa *pi
4n>i« of maeato. at I-xxal Bk. Obarlee.
500 «•*** having baas reported.
Aalatte « kalara la Mnli.
Drur. Jaly L.-lUMau Sander
TV Uk *° *«»dd*«ly U1 yaaterdey
is*. U> Pemor,li *o bt* home.
D.-. Rittl*. after a aarrfot .xamiaaueu.
pronounced Um diaeaae Aatatic eboler*
Thi* morning Sandereoo it aoff.rtiM
terribly and it aa* expected to live,
•eilteele* *T WteM.
Cnctuo, Jaly 1 -The monthly d :ii»
•rt* of wbaai today vara very heart
O»o s!?* M *> have aaal
5,000,000 baabele of «h«at belonging to
loatl buik*. and another firm diapcaed
of . JO.OBO buebele A great amount «
tied up bv litigation and cannot ba ee
tiialrd.
•"Km »n Pedro.
Kio JtNiaaio. Jaly 1.-Kmperor Do i
Pearo baa * tiled for Europe oa tba
*t«amer Hironde.
AatMPaal law.
Carat so, Jaly 1.-Tba aati-poel lav
•Ml Into .fleet thle morning and 000
tba pool room* vara oloeed
laal nigbl and tha proprietor* aa; (bay
will not attempt to do baalnaat I anger.
aer«la*e Mom Paltry.
Uaixtaiua, July 1.-M. KMi**) tba
now Neman Prima Miniater, baa aaal
eiroultre to vtrion* representative* of
tteria abroad Mating thai the oblaf
peint* of tba poltoy of bl* government
*r* to improve tba financial ooodtlion
of Iba oo on try, reform tba oonatitution.
maintain an internal with all powart, to
•lading Anttrla, tnd improve bar rait
Uonawitb Burnt*. Tba oiroalar aoo
elude* m follow*: "Wa dcaire to baooa*
tba auppirtera of piaoa aad order in tha
Halkaa 1 eniaaala."
rallare at Coffee Baa'are.
Naw Yoaa, July 1 -Jarae* M. U
ward* A 00., ooflee dealt r», «a*ign*d to
day, liabilities unknown.
CaaaMar Malely Ibe La ad Bill.
LOUDON, Jaly I.— Lord Hartington Kaa
daoided that tba Liberal I'nionM eon
fereoee nail weak tball devote itaelf
tolaly to tba oonaideration ef tba land
bill.
OtlllM to Mo.
I/O tut ILL*. Jaly 1.-Albert Turn*r,
< oolored i, one of lb* mnrdartra of
j*nbi* Hiwman, wa* bang d tbia morn
ing. b'roan tb* gallow* Turner said: "I
am going to di* with aa honaat bean
and bring no oo* to Ihe gallow* Kree
tba man Pattaraon. He wa* not with
om. lam willing to die now."
Tea Arrived la Uadaa.
London, Jaly I.—A cargo of tea frcm
Japaa, in lk* Canadian FaoiOo road,
has joal arrirad in Loudon. Tb* jeoi
ney oocapied 30 Itji and lb boon.
to Taariib.
Vitmu. July I.—lafora>Mlou but
reeotied berejof so aooidenl to two toot
i*te in lb* Htyrtn Alps, om being killed
and lb* other aeeerely injured. They
fell over* preolpie*.
Cbeeea UH Mayor »t •ahlla.
I>c«um, Jalj 1 - At a print* meeting
yeeterday, ibe National aa*mb*ra of lb*
mnntolpal oonooil ehoee Wiaatenaley
for Lord Mayor of Ibia oily.
•ebt Marlhi.
WIHH WtiTOK, July 1.-Tb* deereaaeof
the public debt dariDK June nboul
(16, •blob makes lb* total rr
daotlan for tbe DKMI TMr, ended HI
tsrday. aboat tUW.aOO.OOO.
rtwiirn (Id m« V>rrluU4.
HAH FBAKOMOO. Jaly I.— Tbe IMD
■hip Uranade arrived tbi« morning,
eighteen day« ogl from Paoaioa. A
three jeer old child died (ran ouDflxnl
imellpox while on board, eleven day a
■CO, end the passengera nod arew, DDBI
beriOß ID all two hundred and fifty, were
at oaoe vaooinated and acDe bare above
aoy signs el lbe disease lbe veeaal
»M plaoed in aoaraatiaa en her arrival.
Heavy Cradles leatraet.
Ban Kamciaoo, July I.—A contract
waa aißoed today to grade the rxieoaioo
of Mao Franeiaso aad Nnrtharn railroad
from Glovtrdale to Uklab, aaaoriog the
exteoeion of tike road to tbal point,
l'be oootrael aalla for tba completion of
the work by Aogavt of orxt year. It
vtll be one of the heaviest ptaoaa of
grading In lbe Mate, tbe eootreet sail
Ins for oearly four t boa vend feel of
taaaaliag.
Uriltiail Mu>r la laa fraartaee
Bin Puwnoo, Jolt I. liteui George
M. Blooey, ef tbe United Hi* tea Navy,
who achieved a repaUtioa aa an Arolls
explorer, assumed charge of lbe hydro
grapbm offloe In tbla ally lb la mornisg
Hie detail ia for three yean.
■rlllab PrUcUnle la Icrirt.
I'a are. Jaly 1.-Tbs Journal It,.
Dmbat*, in referring to lite aotioa of tbe
Kreaeb ambasssdor at Oooalaoltnopia
in relation to lbe Kgyptlaa ooaventioo,
saya that nothing la more natural than
tbal Krtnob diplomat* ebon Id at one
Has have oonaidered tbe poaalbllity
thai Kranoe eoold Meant to a aonveu
tioo abertsning by a soap la of year*
Kogland'a oooapattou of kfcypL "We
are ready to oegotiate on tbal baala
now. bat we cannot agree that Kogland
; by any pretext abonld have tbe right to
i perpetuate ber oooapation of the eoan
I try. or tbal abe aboold be allowed to re
oocupv it, (or reaaoaa o4 ehiob abe alone
aboold be the judge. No Krecebmaa of
i common awnae weald tba* sanction a
Itriuab protectorate, and soaverl into a
right recognised by Praaoa what ia now
| merely a fact."
■arfcaytieatd laaw.
Nsw Yeas, July I.—it waa rumored
in Wall Mtreet yee'erday that John W.
Mackay aod Jay (iosld were la eoofer
aooa at tbe Wratero Colon building,
presumably in regard to Ulagrapb mat
• tare. Maakay, who wti lbe fosodar of
1 tbe Nevada Bask, aaid he knew nothing
ef any oonfersnes. " There la not a
word of troth la tbe story. It la Duply
on a per with many etbera thai have
been rt >attng a boat, sosaeottng my
name wtth Ooald'a. It would lake all
my lima, denying lbe yarna that have
been started abo at aie. lam sol nsgo
listing with Uoold or any one repve
aaotlng hla Interest* with a view to any
sable e» talagraphio consideration. "
•ry fceeda tapartrd.
Naw Voaa, Jaly I.—Tbe Import* II on
of dry goods at Ibis port doriag tb*
we*k ending today arnoaete to
000; tba aaaooai Ibrowa as tba mtrkal,
sl,;4oWi i'i K»rtation of general ceer
ehaadiea, $7,706,000.
Baseball.
lantaaaroua. Jan* 2*.—lcdlaoapcJ'e,
5; New Tort. IS.
Drraorr, Jaly L—Dalroat, 17; fbil
adelpbia. 13.
Caicaoo.Jaly l Cawago. S; Wash
iifWio s.
Ptrraacao. Jaly I. PiUabo-g, t, B «•
100, I#.
Coconuti.July 1. 'Jiaeuaati, lit
' iarelaad..' .
Locianixa, Jaly I.—Loaiarillt, U;
felt. Loom, 1
PatLtDSU-au. Jaly ».—AthleUsa, »;
IU Hi mora, t.
Maw Toaa, Jaly 1.- Matropotitaaa, 7,
Brooklyn, S».
latalariarS Baa* taw.
Xn Umoo*, Jaly I.—la tb* bast
raee today hsunn Tale aad Harvard.
Yais won by » leogths or I* aaaoods.
TaUe'a ttea waa» mm., 9t saaa Her
yard, * aaia.. 10H see*-

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