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uHu gnUy lUrth. :
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 18.U.
STfmiAV. May 111.
88 Atedralln, Hutnlloltc, from 8nn Pratt
Stmr Kllmu from llnw.il I nnd Muni
Htinr Iwnlnni from Knunl
Stmr MokollI from Moloknl nml Uiini
Htmr Jitinc- Mnki-u from Knunl
Stmr Wnlalcnlu from lluiiinkim
SATfiiow, Mny tli.
Am bktiiu Miiry Wliiki-lninu, NU-uti, for
Sin Krunuituo nl II n in
Vossols Loavinfj Monday.
Sulir O V Wotoii, Smith, for tlmyS
Stmt Muknlll for Moloknl nml Unitl
Htmr Knnla fur circuit Uiilm
Stmr J A Citttinilti- for Knolmi
Krum Kuunl icr htmr Iwnliinl, Mnv !!
J M VI Tin.
From Lulmliin cr.tmr Wn nleule, Mny
19 l)r Tleninii and 7 ilwk.
.From Knunl ii r Jiiihb Mnkic, Hr .1
Wt-ddlok. I.M 1:Ih-,i and ludcrk.
Hroiu .Muiilntid llnuull pur -tmr Kliniu
Mny lU-From Voloutiut N II Uottiimn, (,'
1' Joint-tun W N1,iiiii.IhII, Mi- llnnclior,
Ui lliiifg, 11 Itrldgf, Cuiit .Sinclair. A Pel
kltiit"ii, Ciqit llurkor. I I. I.cvl. K I Den
100 lie. Wny !!: T It Keywortli. J A
Scott, r V Damon, Ml.,i M a t'liiiiiiltcr
laln, C It W Ulluli'ouk. l)r It Mnlillililii.
Shiii I'urkir, wife and :i iTViint, Ml-- l.v.i
Purler, .llii Helen i'urkir, (,'npt J Jtix-,
0 Notley. ft, (.' K Mut-uire, J Hen.
ton. C W Hi-ox. Kd I), welt, ltudolidi
Mi.rtvkeN F F FoIIIk, I 1) Uliixomv, Mm J
kitchen, Ml- Nellie K1tcln.11. 111. Inn, WIL
II,T Mullen-. C V Miicfiirlntip. MU- It
Kiitilnnu nml iiinld, mid uidi-ck.
From Mm Frimcifco, imt S Ati-trnllii,
Mny ill Mii Wlimln K Allen, Mr- I. M
llnlii'tx'k, Mi t Ilileti II.1I1I1, llrnv I'llcc.
Icy. Win Hotcr. V IIitkit, Ml HkIi-ii T
lluiiin, Ml- l.lllli- A t'oli'. Itev It V Covli'
mid wife. Mr- Urn V Ciwini'V, MU S' II
t'.Mell. Ml- II K UhwII, MI'c Mny lln. ,
mini, Mm Hii..iiiiic Hki., C .I IMk, mi I'
II Huron. Ml-M'nnlii lliircn, Jiuiifc (.' K
Hnrimid wife Ml- Hurt, Mm J lliilclil.
-on, Mr-J I) June, nnd two children, MI--Aliliy
(,' JiiIiikuii, Mm J II Jnck-un, llr J
KikiIIr. J I. Ulr.l mid wife, K It l.llli-ti-tliitlnml
wife, Mb-ci (.'.') I.lllrntlml, .ji,t
Iwcm, Prof U V IjutpJiu-, J T MctJreiv,
Uio Mncfiirlnncnnd wlfo, K V Miicfur
lane, wlip mid iimld. Mm Miiuicr, fui.t
Win Million. Mm K Mol.ucn, I) K Mur
l'li. 8 lVck. Iluv II 11 lllce, tj It Kliili'V,
Wmlto-s. Mm II bfVi'ruino, Ml Spv
oruiici;. Col J It !uht, John I. Sird mid
wife. Jiilin Tii-kIikiii mid wife. II J I'mli.
laeltcruihl Miff, K 8 Wutxiti
For Shu FmiidI-iij iwr iikmo Mu y Wlii
kcliiiuii, Mn tli--.lm illllivn mid two
'Hie lirlg (Ji'iii'iii tin- Kiiiu in Aln-kn.
llie bnrk llmwnivr oliiinil nt Sdui
fur han 1 miii'lrcoiiii April II. '
I'lm limk llv.-r arrivi'ilnt I'ort Ttviii
Hid mi .Mnv 7th from Honolulu.
Tim riuiiiorlmi hurk i'ihlr nrrlwd ut
ty.!.V'"-V.A'"'V. fr'"" '" Iniiicl'i'o.
Ilif IIiiwiiIIiiii ,M, John .,,ii ,.ft I'on
tfniiilifeoii Muy Tfiii I'on I'lrfe. Aii-tmlln
llio Hauuilniilili llt.,.i llrtiirr nrrlr
rd nt iiiiiiKkiniit May ii.iv iroiu tli
Thi lurk Vill ilm oclioniwr. Ulim (Urn
and I'urllmi hnvu lvou ilniricn-l io 1on
'umlxjr ut l'iij;,'i ,-ou nd for McllHiuriic i r
Mm lin. F. I'nN'kcr rnrrli-d nnj hur
fori'lopKulliiiii i,, ), ii,0 ,, llt
k? W N Inn. Vi on lii-r wny from 1 1 Ho
loSnii 1-niiii'l-ru with si.C.ii li.ii.. of Miunr
and iw hide-.
Tim Aiiu-rfeiiii chooiiiT John, tl North.
ti'lon. uiuMi-r, urrlvvd ut Jloiioli,,. Mm
in, II dujn from Smi Krunul-o . Willi u mr
K"iif Iliui!, i'ihiI, funiliiiri,. K V im..
MiliiKli-, IihiiIht, I hunt, nn.'hor. mid
-IM lllM ITU MilfH.
Arrlvu h-Mii) , S h Aiihtr.ill.i. II diiy- 1 1
," ,mr."' 'M,I"" Mint ryniH. lsiln nhr.
Ultiv iiihi.. -2 diiy-; M.,r. I riuill. .'I
Uiiy,iiHiiuiii Honolulu; N hktui-. rii ..
t. CriK'kiT. 17 lti . from llllo; M.j,r. , lt,
.ew.m, iVSdiiii.: . hr l.xmni l ho-li-r,
Uduyiii Mu; lu, ri. rt. Ah Iii.it diiy- III
houm, l iiilmtli-, from Hoiolulu; II.
chr. Ulpi, it dm- fr Miihiikoiui.
Jcparturi' Mi.) n. l,rK VV. (1. Irlu. U
likin., I'lniitiir, hklno r. H. Wllnu-, likum
. II. Diiioml, hk. i i.ylon, 'hr Alolm
llou.dimi; M-hr Allen A., for Muhukonii.
urlt Ltirliiie lor llllo.
i ArrlyiM-Miiv j, Mmr Kluiiii fnuu Hono
lulu; . mmr Kii.nu from llllo; n, tmr
L-iiuu from Honolulu; II. Mmr Cm i.'ln.
from llnuinkiiit. I -tmr Klnuii fr.Mii
iiolulu; II, mini l.chim from .tumakim;
Ij. Am chr IIiiIpii .N Kiiiilmll, Hid Inu.
ten, iu,ihti.r, 31, ,nyn fmrn Honolulu fii
n.tllu-t to HiiMuiinii llnllroid Co. lu loud
BUKarfor Snu KrnncUio; IS, -tmr Kluiiii
from lll'O, Am -ulir.lohu 1. .Noiih, Cur.
cn, nrn-tiT, fiom uu Kriiiidi.r.i vl.i Hi.uo
loto Hrtttnllmi Kullfoul t'o. furuu: ai-Us-
fenlllir. 1 hiiKuy, furniture. Kraln
khk-itIks, anil tlmiiit on Niiiipilt-. ion.
uliuo: Kohnlu bitKnr Co., l ulou Mill
Lu., Uoliert Hull mid It It lllud.
balli-l-MiivL'. Ktmr Klinui for llllo, s.
-Inn Kliinti for Honolulu; t, rtmr I.eliun
fur KukHiuii; II mmr HiuiidliK f.r K11I111
ul: IJ, -tmr Kliinu for llllo'- 11, -tmr ,(..
'." f"r11",0,1."1l!,l11! I". Am M-hr lU-feu N
W111I111IJ, I r HulllliKM'ii, for Hun I- rniiro.ro
" '.I".'." ''"r1" ?!,'r '.'' ''i''' a Ui'
a'i'Ulr '" '' H'n V iiniiition. n total
of HW ,uKs wflyliliiK IU-.."I imiiii.iI,, mid
vuIubiI ut llil.lint.i; 1-, stmr Kluiu for
HK LIVES ON FKUIT.
Btrango Theory of JMfo Hold by a
Visitor to Honolulu.
Amotifj th.irtMntiigurH liv tln Aus
tralia is Limit. Uontliir )ftlu Unr
mau Army He rathor Hlnrtlcil tin
atiitintifii' world lutely by MtKidmil
buootniug, wlmt ho tnruif, a fruit
ariau, i. 0.. ho lives on fruits alone,
nud rufiisoB to vat ovory form of
oooltnd food, ini'luiliiii,', htiili
moal8, firth, fowl uud vi'KutalileH, men
cooked fruit. It in huitt that 011 the
voyugo heru lm atihsinted unlirely mi
frodh oranges, apples, and atnnvhur
riea, refu-ing wim, doer, tea, eolTee,
and every kind of liiiud,even water,
claiming that the fruits supply all
the water tho system ruipiires. " The
lu'Utitiuiiit has a iitiinlior of followers
in Uurinnii, autl eoines hero to es
tablish a colony, and purcha-o laud
for fruit cull urn. Tim X LV Cll
IHllllished a full eoluinn ni-e.iiiiit .if
his mit-Moii to llawnii. ninl 1. nf
Liu atartliug theories.
8, B. Austriiliu.
Tl... S S. Australia, II. C. 11 1
Utile, eottiiiiaiiihir, loft Sau Kranciaeo,
May i'2, laid, at '1 p.m., witlil'iOealiiii
nnd itrf aiiMiragn iiaNoutigurs and !I7
Lings tif mail. i:peiieni'eil line
uit.il her, with light uortheih' witnl-.
throughout thevoiage, anif nirmitl
at Honolulu .May til. at 7 .1.111
Captain Win. .M.tu, owner of
tli" liriL' Luiluie, airivcd by. tliu b. &
Autiruiin 10 uay
LOCAL. AND OENKRAL NKW8
Mrs. Marv Allnu oatut homo liy
Hip Australia. '
V. L. I'oterson It.m finn lots at
Maliiki for sale.
Tim P.O. hand will play at Ktnuin
Htpiaro this afternoon.
Bishop Willis returned from Ha-'
uaii by tho Kitinti to-day. j
The Hawaiian .locker Club will '
mcet'ou .Monday ovoning.
Boek beer at a quarter for two '
glai" is on tap at the Pantheon
A double ipring canopy top plian- ,
ton can be had cheap at' this olllce. '
Sixteen Portuguese wero among
the steerage paseugers by the Aus
tralia. Tim J'. (J. band gave a moonlight
concert at Thomas Square yeMcrday
Carl Leonard, the old-time jockey,
came over from the Coast by the '
Don't omit to call at the Califor
nia fruit market for refrigerator do
l-'resh frozen oysters on ice, served
any style, are on 'hand by tho Aus
tralia at Nolte's.
The Government street sweeper
wos worked about tmui by moonlight
Purser McCombe, of theS. S. Aus
tralia, lias the thanks of the Dn.ixriN
for favors received.
Clans .preekels and fatnilv leave
Sau Prauciseo on .May ' for an ex
tended trip to Lurope.
Captain Parker, of the L. S. S.
Philadelphia, returned from Ililoby
the steamer Kiliati today.
The barkentiiie V 11. Ditnond on '
her lat trip to Sau Francisco lost
her bow-prit in a hurricane.
(Cohort I'ahau will catch for the
Kamohamcha this afternoon, and
George Wood pitch for the I're
cents. Micorge W. .Macfarla te ami bride,
uce Miss Albu, were pasengers lv
theS. S. Australia. Hoth look welt
and are enjoying their honeymoon.
Klcvcu t-mrists rettirnetl from the
Volcano ou the steamer Kiuati this
morning. They are ulotpieut in
their praises of the wonder of the
John L). Spieekels recently untler
wcut a severe surgical operation, for
the removal of a tumor behind lii
ear. The upeiatiou was u Micce.,9
f 11 1 one.
a colouration 01 the ttoi uom
miiuiou will take place at St. An
drew's Cathedral to-morrow' morn
ing (Trinity Sunday) at half-pa-t f
Admiral .lolm Irwin visited the
Hraneh Myilrographie olllce. .Mer
iliutit's Kschange. Sau Francisco, on
.Mr-. II. WTieveiaiice and daugh
Icr joined I heir husband a d father
to day. They arrived 011 the S. S.
Through th'kein to all points in
the I'uilcd State- can be had for
the S.S. Australia, Miiling nel Sat
11 n lay, si llio olllce of Win. 0. Irwin
A- Co., Ld., agents.
Hon. S. Pmker, wife and family
were pas-eiigers from Hawaii bv llio
Ivtnau I i-day. The late .loh'u 1'.
I'arker.soiiof Mr. Parker, wax buried
in the family wiult at .Maun.
The Hawaiian ship John Una sail
ed from Purl Town-end on the 7th
iust. foi I'oit Pirie, with .'J.liU.MKK)
feet of lumber, the larg st cargo
over shipped from Porl Townsoud. '
The battalion drill 011 Palace '
Square ye-terday evening was a '
iiiixorahlii failure. Half the -.trength
of the volunteer companies ditt not
show up bee.iu-e Hiev wanted the
P. U. band.
Idio-yneracies will never cna-o. A
club known a, the "Secret Order of
Never Sleeps" lm- been fonucdaul
uvilatjou- insued for some kind of a
"wnki.." Invitations are surmounted
with fkutl and ciosshotic-.
Col. ilohu Henry Super, with bin
iiuriiMdes intact, came back hy the
Australia. Tim commander of I lie
force, doe- not seem to h.mi been
much npuded by III.- brief colir.e of
tiiililaiy nisi ruction on the Coast.
There was a social ami dance at
the roMilcui f .lames Love 111 ;
Waikiki ye-lerday iweuing. on w
occasion of the hirt Inlay of Iv HiutV
infant sou. A norliou of theQuiutet ,
club furnished the mii-ic for itaue
mg, uud a jolly t tin- was had.
Win Ho-s, clerk in the I. I S. X.
Co.V ollico, reluruid from a visit to ,
his home in Scotland by the S. S
Australia. Mr. loss has evidently 1
been benelited by the journey, as he
looks well. He was congratulated
about town by hi many fiiemU
Uy to-dayV mail tee Hii.lkti.n re
ceited, at its own prices, aOuirtising
orders from Loudon and San Pran-ci.-co
aiuouulitig to over JSO for '
weekly and triweekly advertise
uients. Tni, shows the hold the
ifLLi.r.ii.s ha-on biiMiiehs men abioatl
a- well a- in home.
Then, H. D.iviei .V Co. call alien- .
tiou In many lines in ilndr grocerv,
grain and feed depart uieiit. Conn
trv iiierclninlh wili liud il to thmr ,
advantage to p.-rn-e the lt This
linn i. now dealing in the feed and
proviniou product of the Pllget
noiiiiii region, hiociiionia Hour is
one of 11 h i-pocialtic.-
Kriiesi Liiiontlial, une of Sau
r'rntifihco'n wealthy and foreino-i
I coiiiiiiercial men, at rived by I he Ail"
1 tralia, on a visit of recreation and
plea-un-. .Mr Liln-nihal 1- .ice.nu
jianied liy Ins wie iwlio 1- the
daughter of the vieh capitalint, Mr.
I.oui- ..., Pre-. dent of the .ln-k.i
Pur ' laud daughter, and with the
1'iitl. , ir. iilsn Mi Ldieuthal. nikiur
of (' Lilieulhal, manager uf the
1 Atiglu Ciiiifuiuiu IJuuk
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fhaxcisco, May 12.
(Pur S.S. Ati-trnllu J
The investigation into tho aHairs
of the Chicago aud Northern Pacilic
Kail road shows that tho Terminal
Company was only organized to bo
sold out. Henry Villard made mil
lions out of the transaction.
Women in Kentucky are showing
their digu.t at Colonel Breckin
ridge's foul character by organizing
demonstrations in behalf of Win. C.
Owens, his opponent in the contest
Anxiety is fell for the IlritWi ship
Senegal, out fi7 days from San Diego
for Tai'oma. She was built in Ola
gow in 18.11, is l.itil tons, and has
four square-rigged masts and a jig
Two thousand employees of the
Pullman Palaco Car Co. have struck
for restoration of last year's pay.
Cummings and Tom Heed had an
acrimonious wrangle in the House
over the naval appropriation bill.
Hiram T. Graves. Charles It.
Montgomery, A. L. Jenkins, It. H.
McDonald, Jr., and Prank V. Mc
Donald have boon indicted by the
grand jury at San Francisco for con
nection with the Pacific Hank frauds.
Secretary Herbert, who is visiting
San Franei-co, has giveu out the in
tention of the Navy Depart incut to
establish a training station at that
port. The Peusacola is to be the
C. P. Huntington has received let
ters from English shareholders in
the Central Pacilic Hadroad, in
which they declare their purpoe to
secure their rights, but, owing to a
conciliatory letter received from
Huntington, they will give further
time for the American directors to
do the right thing.
A frightful crime has been com
mitted near Drowning in Missouri.
Ous .Meek?, his wife ami two chil
dren were murdered outright, and
another of their children, a girl
seven years old, was hi badly injured
that she may not recover. Two
Taylor brother- are suspected as the
principal.-, one of them being a
banker ami the other a farmer.
There are several criminal charges
pending against them aud others,
the alleged oiluiii'ui being forgery,
amon and larceny. Una Meeks was
among thoM indicted la-t term, and
pleading guilty was sent to I he peui
teutiary. About a moid It ago he
was pardoned by Governor Stone so
that he might be ued as a wiiuc
-igainst the I aylors.
Meeks' mother says that the day
befoie the murder Meeks received
word from the Taylors, telling him
to be toady at 10 o'clock that night
! go away. Two men who Mrs.
Meek-the elder says were the Tay
lom came as arranged ami took
Meek", his .wife and three children
aw.ty in a wagon. The re-t of the
-tory is told ny the sevenye.tr old
daughter, who wn- left for dead
with the rest but she revived and
gave (he crime away.
When the parly- escorting the
'MeekM's away reached a point not
far from Browning, they were met
by two other men who were lying in
wait. The father wa- lirst" shot.
Mrr. Meekn jtimpel otiiof ihewaguu
and she also wax killed. The mur
derer!, thou took stones ami beat the
biaius out of two of 1 lm children
ami left the other for (lend. They
then loaded the whole family into
the wagon nml. taking them two
miles to the Taylor farm, buried
them under a haystack. At l:.'Hl in
the morning the little girl came to
her -etises and made her way to the
residence of a Mr. Carter. While
greatly sutlcring she told the horri
The Carter family sent a boy to
the Taylor farm, vvhere he found
the bodies. He innocently told
George Taylor of the murder, ami
1 he Tay lore, alarmed at it being dis
covered so soon, made their eeape
on hor.eback. Two other men have
been arre-ted as accomplices. It is J
reported the Taylois have left their '
homos anil fiiitl men are after them. 1
IMH'STIIIAI. IILOOU Sl'll.l.
The lndu-trial army detachment
from Oakland, under 'command of
Lieutenant General Smith, 700
strong, M'i.ed an ea-tbouud freight ,
train at Arcade Matiou, California,;
and went to Kockliu.
When the train arrived at l( icklin
Kugiuoor William-, a member of the '
army, was arrested by Constable
Fleckeusteiii. General Smith and
Colouel Paisley protested against
the .trro.it anil demanded the release
of the prisoner. Fleckoiisloin refu-ed
to give him up and drew a revolver,
a'td pointed it at General Smith.
The latter iuuiped to otie ride and
the Constable shot and killed Col
onel Pai.,ley. The Industrials be
came furious with rage uud made a
rti-.li to lynch Fleckeusteiii. General
Smith, however, rushed forward and
protected him ami a isietl him to
e-cape. He is now at large.
The Industrial- demanded the n
lease of William- and the citieu
of the town, fearing that there
might be a lynching, rehired Inm
io liberty. '1 ho remains of Colonel
Paisley were taken in charge by the
Coiouer. A committee of Indus'trials
will attend the impieM.
General Smith, in an interview,
I -aid that Colouel Paisley fell a iniir
I tyr to the grandest cau-e in the his
lory of the Xew World, and he 1--ati.-lied
that mulling but good can
cuiiio nut of the cruel mailer lu
I'ouclu-iiui, he -aid the killing of
Colonel P.ii-ley wa, cowardly ami
Fleckeusteiii wa- taken to Sacra
meiilo aud put in the county jail,
as threats hail been made liy the
.iniiv ami the jail al Auburn vva-ul
-I roug enough to protect liltli lie
-lutoithai ho hoi ic I the warratil of
arie-t hwoiu out by Train Agent
Wurdoli ami was attacked by
a mob, Paisley was one of llio.-e
, who allacked him ami tried
to take away hit piktol nml
choked him. Uo sled Paisley In )
eelf-defense. Several eye-wit nesso
state that Flocketistein was nttacked
by a number of Industrials while
taking his prisoner Io the Justice's
olllce and ciiokcd till black in the
face, and that Paisley rushed toward
him .just before he was ?hot.
Paisley vva well known in Oakland,
from which place he started out
with the army. He wi a steampipe- '
fitter ami machinist hy trade nml
had been in Oakland about a year.
He was a man of splendid physique. '
very popular with Ids nxsneinfes ami 1
a thoroughly relitbleanil obr man.
He hail worked at the Union Iron
Work" aud alo on the Mills build-'
ing in San Fraticico. He wa filling
n position as gardener in Oakland
when he joined the army.
The nrmy's comniiHa'i,v is d-plct
ed. the men being redticeif lo crackers
I'APTtlii: Ol A CONTIVOI.XT.
A party of fmltist rials under Geu
oral Sanders who had stolen a train
wero captured without n sign of '
trouble nt Scott City by United
States Marshal Neely, who conduct
ed them in custody to Topekn, ICau
as: Governor Lewellitig showed
his sympathy with Hie armv as a J
Populi-t by conferring with Mrs.
Diggs, Secretary of State O-borne .
ami other Populist leaders the re
suit of their private conference lie
ing the issue of a call for a ma-s
meeting on (he public -qunrc "to 1
discu-s the que-tion of the 11111111- ,
Heitles that the Governor good- .
uaturedly couMUitcd to the request
that the army be allowed to camp
ou the Courthouse grounds while in
the city. Marshal Neely interfered,
with that plan by keeping tho men !
locked up in the tram. 1
General Sanders sas the Missouri '
Pacific in blocking Its road to pie 1
vent the progress of his army !
through Colorado damaged engine-
nml car- to the eMent of .-V(KHI '
Some of hi- men ae skdhd rail-'
reader-and they had hide trouble
lu clearing the Hack where il wa
blockailed. Sanders claim thai all ,
the rest of hi- moil are houe-i ami
law-abiding. N'.d a weapon of any
kind was found among liicm by the
Deputy Mnmhal. Sander- himef
is an electrician and ha- eon-idera j
lite education He is ..".I years old
and a natural comm.iudor.
Mar-dial Neely V pri-ouer- will !
have a hearing b'elnre I'.S. ('ononis 1
sinner Waggoner. I'lie Mai-hal feel!,
he lm, a big load ou his hand-, ami
(he army will probablv he turned1
Iim-h In lie taken cue of by I he peo
ple hi 1 opeKa.
The ma-s meeting censured Com
mi-iouer Waggoner for accompany
ing the train, ami Marshal Neelv for
not taking bitter care of tie- pri-ou-cm.
A ciejimiitie consist ttur of the
Mayor and ilher- wa- appoiuli d lo
cull on .Marsh. il Neely and demand
thai the pri-oner- be given food or '
thill the cttv ho allowed to provide '
for them The men tliomolvc have
not utti-roil a word of ei.mplnint.
ami the f.M'd Mm ,, n...v - mg fi.ir-iiii-hed
by the Mar-hat 1- being t
trilmted through their nw 11 cuuu. t.
Tw'eity five iiiii cnptMro'l two ,
freight carsal Fllousburg, Wa-hiug- 1
ton State, ami Marled to liberate the '
Coxeyites imprisoned in I he eouniv!
jail at North Yakima The mar- '
shals started to meet them and 1
stopped their cai by thoiwinga rati
aero the track. 'The ludu-trials
-crumbled oil' Hid car and -tartid to
ru 1, but were l.noik'lu in a halt by '
rifle bullet-. Two of the men were 1
wounded but not r-ernu-iy. ami the
othom, to I he iiumbei of' 120. were '
marched lo the county Jul.
The mamhals had been instructed
not to lire without order-, but they
claim that the lir-l shot came ftotii
the Com inon vvealer.-. Tin- 1- -trong-ly
d nied; bid two n-ioivors were
taken from the pri- 'tier-, one of
which had several chami-crs empty
and looked a- though it had boon
recently fired. ,
Many arrests have b.eu made of (
citieus for inciting the Imlu-trials
to lesislnuce. Iv II. Libby .editor of
the Yakima liopuhlic, 1.-among the
number I'hey will be taken to Se
attle Willi the PJOCoxoyiies for trial.
Al Spokane a train of two boxcars
and a pnsneiiger coach, containing
sixiy Industrials from Yakima under
arre.-t, wa- surioiiiitled bv a howling ,
mob of .(Ml Coy ites. I'Mnnly five '
deputies with 'Wiuclu -ter "rdle
guarded the pri-onom. Loader- on
the out'ide were conn-ding peace to
me men in Die cats, and titienng m
cotnlian remaikh in I he nei local h.
Four extra coaches vven 'oupleit on,
ami I he Irani unl vve-t at a .'til mile
rale. Mamh.il D.irke said he wounl ,
transfer the men from tie1 bov ears'
to coache- when he gid a few miles '
ont-ide of Spokane. Tin. rci-,011 for ,
hauling the mini tlieie. 2.MI mile
east of Yakima, only totakeihem
back to the west is a mystery.
Sympathi.-r.- with the' Cnoy
iiioveineul al Taciuua are much ex'
ciled over llie new-of the liattle in
Fa-tern Wa-lnng'tu . J, Fglmrl,
a well known Populist, is said to
have staled thai In- has Iihki men
ready hi rele.i-e i he Comuionweah'r
vvho are now being brought from
Yakima iiudei arn-t The svinpa
timers gat hen d m group., 'aboui
town and lallo-d 111 a threatening
About UoO ( oinmiiioaler- pa-i-eil
ea-t at Boi-e. Id.iliM. .,u the Union
Pacific nam- i -indav. Tlieeumpii
u.V haiiUihein under l-rote.-l, bill Ii;i
concluded il i. elio. qier In let them
ride than loni"ir c;t iiaiiisamUtop
fteighi iiallic TloTo aie about ,iixi
along the lino in i )r. goii. One hun
dred ami twenty Inn are at La
(il.ilul .Mu-tei U .lldiiau Soveleigti
of the Knight- of l.-ilior is al Don
Vol III II Idle-S llie local a--einbbe-.
Nuclei,;!! I-quile '-III llll-li-t lo over
lliofuV'V tiuivciiii ill ,iud auuoiince
ihat he is 111 free input liy with ti,
Cliu-e so long as I' is eomiiicted in
an orderly ami peaceable maimer
111 roiir is 1 ov. in
t'hairui.iu Mi'tiauu of 1 1.- llmi.e
Labor I on iiul tt , h.i- eouipleleil tho
repuri fuvo aide lo an 1 11 v -! i.a mn
by a special jnui committee of the
Senate atld lluii,i 011 til" deoresseil
vouditioii u( Kiljur and of ll.u Luo
niovoment. The report advocates
immediate action, and says the fact
that Congress should try to alleviate
this condition of affairs cannot be
reasonably questioned, and thecau?e
of such linatteinl ami iudtisl rial de
pression as the committee may find
will more thoroughly enlighten and
aid Coiigre-s a- to the best coure to
TVl'IIOIIl KNUEMK IN rill: CVMf.
Typhoid his developed among
Corey's men at Washington, the
national capital, and the entire
neighborhood is in a state of alarm
and of great ngitalion. Tho army
is dwindling, owing to desertions,
and discontent is ou the rise.
The U.S.S. New York is to be ent
to join the Sau Francisco at Blue
fields. Nicaragua As there is uo
direct telegraphic communication
between Bluehehls and the Uuileil
Stales. Captain Watson of the San
Francisco when he wants to commu
nicate with Washington has to pull
up anchor and sail for Port Liinon.
He has to go to the same place for
coal. These trips leave Americans
unprotected at Blucficlds for the
time, which is hardly regarded ns
prudent while N'icnraguau troops
are quartered near the town.
The Berlin Post says the German
Government has decided to assem
ble a large number of warships at
Samoa. The Falke. Bit-sard nml the
three cruisers Alexandrine, Mnrie
and Arkogar are said to be under
orders to proceed to the islands.
Ciifciros to Servo thu Government
Twonty Yara Uouiplluwut to 0.
Tli" Circuit Court session op-med
at the usual time this morning.
Jo-eph Caeclres, convictiil of mur
der in the second degree, was sent
enced lo twenty years imprisonment
nt hard labor.
Ben Gallagher, found guilty yes
terday of mavhem, was sentenced
to six month-' imprisonment at hard
labor and to pay a fine of .?., Gal
lagher iva- released on SltlOil bunds,
ponding the result of his counsels
cM'oplious aud motion for a new
trul lu passing sentence Judge
Coulter rellocted severely on the
conduct of Peterson, the 'complain
ing witness. Hi. commended the
conduct of C B. Wilson onlheoc
ca-ioti, as hr light out in evidence,
saying he acted a creditable part in
trying to -top the disturbance. Wil--ou
gave the most lucid account of
the fraea-. the Judge leiu.irked,
which had been given on the wiiuc-is
The charge of perverting justice
against II11 Koug aim. Ah Kong
was nolle pro,'d.
Ah Hun pleaded guilty to opium
111 iio-se-sion ami wa- lined .().
The demurrer in the divorce suit
of Henri G. McGievv Vs. Stuette
MeGrevv wa- argued ami submitted.
In llie ei-iMif Kiipihea lliilii) vs.
Kaw.diahee (w j, a divorce wa
grauted on tin; ground of deseiiiou.
Judge J. Hardy received the re
appointment of Circuit Judge of
Kauai ou Mnv 17. ('...lor ill" new
Judiciary law, he will hold Ins po-i
tion for six years, while formerly he
only was entitled to hold dim 11' llie
bench four years.
A lady .ni Tooloy. La., was verv
sick with bilious colic when M. C".
Ti-ler, a prominent merchant of the
town, gave her a bottle of Chainhor
lainV C lie. Cholera and Uiarrlnea
Kemedy. He hays -he wa- well in
forty minute- after taking the first
do.-e. For sale by all dealers. Beu
sou, Smith A: Co.. Agetil for the
The Hawaiian National baud will
tender a concert this evening nt 7:.J()
at the Hawaiian Hotel, complimen
tary to Col. G, W. Maefarlnne nml
bride, who relumed to-day by the
S. S. Australia.
Mr. Maurice was thrown off n
horse on King st reel yesterday after
noon, tie was not n.-uiiv hurt
WHAT UID YOU SAYf
"I'iiiiii. -limit ii tli" I'niitliioii, .I,c, and
trv Hint llni'K lll.l.ll lit tin- Aii-trilln
li luii iilii-iin I'M it ijuurl.tr " (Siiin.'l.i
III- ll' i 1HH It
I 0 lint III' t'oiili'il t lli-
yi'.ir, tin owiiiTh iinrl
trainer of lim- -tiifk
f-lliitlld hiivt' the very licht
(junlity of I'ceii for tlifir
lini'hcs. Tile only pliicc
I'ol' hllfll f tin
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
fWT I'Kl.hl'IIOM.h UI -ox
DELIVERY TO THE 1'AKK EVERY DAY.
Ol'KlCh " V.Hl.lhU :
(Joi'iici' (JiiiM'ii anil Ntitiiiim
i)uoi i;.--oit mi ni.i. i.: vi.- i r-
1 -.'ii- .in lln- I'i m, urmiii mini
Vii iiii."Iii, ninl n .- lit im I'lTin- iiumIi r
llll'. Kllk'll ll'UI-l' Nllllilllll .ill, M.-
lli.idn'v I HI y, ir-in I'.iii- nt. . i.'.4iii in
Iri'iii'li Mil l n
0KY1.ON TKA AND JKWK1.HY
I in." in isiiiiim rin. v in h
1 lllllt I llllM nrt'lll'll III, -lull III No I ,
N I'liiuil xiri'd Willi i'.iii Miiiii.Im, n,i,i
JrMinr i'l unit Itiiuii - -ui,iiiri. 1. it r ' .
'! Jilt r rrlvi'd -inm I'uriitl'li leu
tr it A !- I'i j Ion lliiinl-iiiiidi' l.iu'i
Ah llil-'i'tluli l III) Mucki It uluttrd.
W. J n.VUlllh
m-il ,Su. Urn Suiuiiu tiiiivi
Headquarters for White Goods
3NT. S. SACHS'
OSO fort Stfnet. Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOKS hi I'lnl", Strlsd. Checks nnd I'lnlds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. UKAPRS ANIl I'ltK'KH.
IHMITins In HtrlKd, Clipek-. I'lnld. and Hnlr l.lio
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND KCRU.
IMMKNHK VAItliny OK
WHITE . GOODS
AN KNIJI.KK8 VAIIIKrY OK -
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItOIUKItY KDOIS-OS lu .,,, S.,i, rtll, HrnubjrK m
All Wldllis ultli liivrtln.; to Mutoli
Ail-ovor Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces aud Demi Fluunceu.
Lacea of Every DeBcription in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
French Kid. Shoe at $2.25.
I li.tvc liccii iimtruotwl by Mu. .1. M. hk Sa kSii.xa,
piiiirii-tr uf tin Hawaiian .Japavknk Uaaak, llntclrstu'vt
to bell his Httirk ,f ,. I'A N KSK (()( )l S. AI.so, m lii i.h
Kortmi'iit uf .IAPAXIW15 IAIm XAI'KINS will lAmM
I.KSS THAN COST.
Temple of Fashion
Beginning- Saturday, May 12th,
WK INAl'OCHAlK OUIt
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
AT A I8IJKAT
ff3r On .Juno lht wu open in our N.. Stuiv kimwn
h "KA MA ILK," r,IO F,rr Street.
III XUl'ANl' STKEIST.
FIT AND FiNISU GUARANTEED.
- XKW si hi K OK
(Juslimojvs and Scrips Just Itn-eived !
Dry Cioads. Vimoy Qootl, Lawns. Eto . Eto . Etc
Gout's Furnishings of Every Description.
A I'I I.I. LINK Ol-'
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
I i "--silk . ,,,As , W1 .Vi nnd
In...- j.i-t tl. iK (r Suiiimi.r WVnr. 7 .tanU for j'l on.
LOT li, fuel hi,,,,,,,,,. ,l(. iaip,H SllKli if Niw tJ
liMiinl in lln- Market
S. F. EHXjE1DE?.B GO.
BOO to a X 1 rOKT UTRUVT,