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hend its locliniral purpose, but tin
very fact that it was a proclama
tion of thu President of tlio United
States had about tlio sauio nlTeot as
the sign manual of tlio Czar upon
an ukase addressed to tho resident
of eomo interior town in Russia or
Poland, Mon and women of rioter
mined character and dosperato in
clinations, and who, on Saturday,
when the conflict with the militia
occurred, would have reuded their
antagonists limb from limb but for
the sure aim of the rifles and the
prodding of the bayonets, conclud
ed that it would be better to remain
v indoors. What in other districts
the combinod forces of regulars,
state militia. Uuited States marshals
and city police had been uuable to
accomplish with bayonets, pistols
aud regulation guns was brought
about in the twiukling of an oye,
when the foreigners had digested
the appeal of G rover Cleveland.
1 he ferry steamor Alameda with
the sheriff on board carried two
companies of cavalry and fivo bat
teries of artillory from the Presidio
on the 10th. It was thought she was
bound for Sacramonto. The steamor
called at Mare Island and took 800
marines. The forces were transfer
red to two Sacramento rivor steam
ers. Uue troop ol cavalry was lanu
ed on each bank and worn to march
along tho river to Sacramento n au
advance guard to the boats.
After a good deal of trouble with
rioters, a traiu left San Joso for Sau
Francisco tho same day, breaking
Companies O aud A of the Nation
al Guard of Washington Stato ro
fusod duty against tho strikers. O
was tho first to do so, but was rein
stated by Oen. Curry. It is this
leniency that is believed to bo tho
cause of Co. A's break. Tho latter
company was doprivod of ammuni
tion, which some hold to bo equiva
lent to being placed under arrest.
The Pittsburg and Western train
men refused to obey tho order to
Trains were going on all the roads
in Colorado on the 10th.
At tho stock yards in Chicago on
the 11th the blockade was effectual
ly broken. Business was resumed on
Fights between troops aud rioter
in Chicago on the 7(h resulted in
seven persons killed aud uiauy in
lured. A woman aud child were
tnnocenlvictims of flying bullets. ,
It was estimated that los than
15,000 workers responded to the
Knights of Labor's order of a gener
Railway bridges have been burned
in Washington State.
The typographical unions of New
York, No. 0, and of Chicago, No. 10,
bavo expressed sympathy with the
railway strike. That of Chicago sent
a hlghflowu letter to President
Clevolaud. in which they appeal to
him and his Cabinet "to ceam up
holding by federal arms the corpora
tions, uruukeu to intolerance as they
aro with the wiuu of special privi
lege." Knights of Labor at Toledo re
fused to strike.
Sovereign countermanded hit
order for a strike of Kuights on the
Ex-Presidout Harrison approve
of President Cleveland's action in
ending federal troops into a State
without a requisition from tho Gov
ernor. OLTItAOC AT SCIt,MESTO.
After a couferoucn lx-twoon Gene
ral Superintendent Fillmore and Col
Graham at Sacramento on the 11th,
orders were issued to take the East
ern overland train, which had been
detained there since the begiuuing
of tho strike, to Sau Francisco. The
train was made up under cover of
a military guard and consisted of a
locomotive, five mail aud express
cars, one baggage car, threo daj
coaches, three Pullman sleepers anil
ouo Pullman dining car. The guard
was composed of Lieut. Skerrelt and
tweuty-oue men of Ilattury L, Fifth
artillery, six soldiers on the ougiue
aud the others ou the platforms of
As the traiu pulled out the multi
tude cheered ami crowds of strikers
jeered and cried "Scab." The traiu
got a headway of twolve miles an
our. Wheu two aud a half mile
out, just whero the tree growth
ceases and the water overflow be
gins, the traiu entered on a long
trestle. The locomotive went over
bottom up aud landed in m feet of
water. 1 he next two cars piled on
top. Engineer Sam B. Clarke, one
of tho oldest engineers on the road;
Private Clark, Privato Byrne and
Private Lubberdiug all weut under.
Their bodies were under the wreck
in six feet of water. Private DugauV
arm was caught lictweeu the car aud
beam of tho trestle aud cut clear off
Private Daumler was hurt iu the
head. Private WiNon had his leg
lacerated. Private Ellis Has inter
nally hurt. Daumler and Dugan
will die. A hospital for the wound
ed was ostablinhed in the depot
room, with mariuo surgeous aud
nurses in charge.
Contrary to expectation there was
no battle at Sucrameuto wheu the
troops arrived ou the tnoruiug of
Telegraphic orders received at
Mare Island ordered Lieut. Reeder
of the Charleston to form all the
sailors on that ship, the Monterey
aud the Thetis iuto one battaliou
subject to au emergency call from
Ruger. A boat is expected to take
down 27 oilicers and mon, thought
to be needed by Ruger iu opouiug
the mail route to Ogdou. It is uot
ex pooled that any vessels will be
neoried for transportation. The
crews of tho ships in commission
have been drilling with rifles and
Gatling guns back of the barracks
Harry Kuox, leader of the strikerh
at Saurauiuuto, has been arrested.
Pennsylvania miners aro resuming
Clerks sent from Washington to
settle accounts of the Sau Francisco
mint have beun tied up iu Ogdou,
Utah, ten days by the strike.
Au investigation into the smug
gling of Chinese into the United
Mate from Canada is proceeding,
Secretary Gresham, Iu transmit.
Wag Sauoau oorripouduc to Con-
StlMHI 1 ..
tfress, says it confirm the viow horo
'oforo ex)res4!'d by him, that the
United States had gained nothing
by its etiteriug the tripartite agree
mjnt for the government of the isl
ands by disagreeable entailments.
At Cattlesburg, Kentucky, four
citizens were collecting money to
keep an old lady from the poor house.
They mot two men, brothers, who
refused to contribute anything, when
there wa a quarrel aud all six be
gan shooting. W. B. Faulkner, a
eouuciiman, ami his brotuer John
tho two who had been asked for
money were killed. Charles and
Dave Justice died from their wounds.
Ballard I'lvmade was shot throuuh
the thigh. He aud Colo worn nut
in jail, which is heavily guarded to
Strikiug miners at Ca-ur d' Alone.
Idaho, wrecked tho power houso and
electric light plant of the Bunker
Hill and Sullivau mines with dyna
mite at 2:1)0 a. in. July 7. They then
occupied tho hills above and hurled
logs and rocks down the slope upon
the mine buildiugs. Men have been
marched out by maked mobs and
compelled to swear they would uever
return to Lii'tir u Alone agaiu.
Ouo huudred negroes marched
into Scottdalo, Pa., carrying re
volvers and clubs. When Burgess
Rokinson ordered them to disperse
they opened fiio on him. Then tho
burgess called citizens to his aid,
and, after a brief geueral riot, the
negroos ran, pursued by 1000 mon.
Two uegroes wero shot fatally and
others were badly beaten.
Patrick Eugene J. Prondorgast,
the murderer of Mayor Carter Har
rison of Chicago, was hauged on tho
By tho explosion of a bomb in
frout of a hotel in Pilsen, at which
the German socioty was holding a
reunion, the frout of the building
was demolished. A member of the
society was killed aud several injur
ed. Three other bombs with light
ed fuses were discovered aud ex
The Britannia defoatod the Vigi
lant. July 0, iu tho raco over tho
Clyde course, distanco 50 miles, for
a purso of $2875. All the wind there
was tho Britannia seemed to catch
aud sho won by several minutes. It
was tho sixth race won by the Princo
of Wales' yacht from tho winner of
the America cup.
Lord Russell of KMIowcn, form
erly Sir Charles Russell, has boon
sworn into ofUce as Lord Chief Jus
tice of England. He was a brilliant
advocate and is the first Roman
''atholic for mauy years to hold his
The Fieuch Government will in
sist ou the adoption of its measures
against the anarchists before the
c!oe of the session.
The Italian Chamber has passed
severe measures against anarchism.
The tank steamer AzolT collided
July 11 with the United Slates
cruiser Chicago iu the roads at Ant
werp. Both vessels wore injured
above the wator line. Tho Chicago
was anchored at the time.
Dupuy's Cabinet has been sustain
ed on a vote of confidence iu the
Freuoh Assembly by .'WO to 80.
Four more earthquakes wore ex
perienced at Constantinople ou July
11. The Grand Bazaar and several
houses were razed. A huudred aud
fifty peoplo wero buried iu the ruins.
The number of killed aud wounded
has uot been learned. The shocks
were fell in Dejouvali, Price's island,
I'riukapo, Galatea, Stofano, where a
number of houses wero wrecked.
Scores of people wero killed. The
village of Adabazaar was obliter
ated. On the islaud of Halki all the
houses wore wrecked. A portion of
the Ottoman naval coIIcko fell, kill
ing six. A priest was killed at the
monastery by a portion of the build
ing falling ou him.
A despatch from Constantinople
of July 13 says: The city is resum
ing its normal appoarauco. The dels
mic disturbances exleuded through
out a wide area. I be casualties were
greater that the early reports stated.
Jalova, ou tho Gulf of Ismidt. is al
most totally destroyed. At Stamb
oul, the principal undulations appear
to have followed a straight Hue from
the mosque of Sultan Ahmod to
Edirne Kapou, two miles. Great
damage was dono all along, and
mauy lives were tost. At the village
of Sau Stofano. the sea suddenly re
ceded 2()0 yards, then returned as
suddeuly, hurling boats violently
over quays, and doing groat damage.
The uutuhor of victims is ollicially
stated to be 100. The real number
is tailored to be larger. Despatches
continue to arrive, tolling of damage
to property aud loss of life iu the
proviuce of Adrianople; Moodaua, a
village of Asia Miuor; Ismidt, Asia
Minor; Chevy, aud iu towns along
the Dardanelles. It is uot kuowu
how many persous lost their lives
in this city.
A cargo of Australian fruit, most
ly apples aud oranics, lately met
with a ready salo at Winnipeg.
A commission appointed by Parlia
ment Inst year to investigate the
prohibition question cost $120,000.
It traveled from pluce to place tak
Tho Colonial Conference conclud
ed its Inborn July 10. A resolution
was passed approving tho action of
the Dominion Government iu liber
ally subsidizing the direct Austra
lian steamship service and for the
large subsidy proposed for fast mail
nnl passenger service across tho At
lantic. OTHER LANDS.
Another insurrection has brokon
out at BluefieUU. Natives of tho
Moiquito cou ut ry caught the Nicarn
giiHii governors napping and over
threw their authority. Commander
O'Xoii of the U. S. S. Marbluhead
landed marines and bluejackets to
Corean advices say that at the
conference of foreign representatives
July 12, the Japanese Minister
agreed to the proposition to make
Corea ports neutral to far as Chem
ulpo is concerned, but reserved his
aimer iu regard to the others until
he heard from his government,
Japan still refuses to withdraw her
Japan has nccopted Groat Britain's
offer of mediation in the interna
tional dispute that has arisen from
the Corean rebellion, and China is
expected to do the satn.
Germany to Take Samoa.
Advices from Apia received at Vic
toria bv tho Warrunoo. tho Colonist
says, anuounc" that Germany pro I
poses to move very shortly iu the at- I
airs or clisttirtRMl Samoa. Letters
from Berliu had just reached the
Island capital on the departure of
the last steamor, giving the news
that four or five German mon-of-war
had orders to nsnmb1o at Samoa
during July or August for the pur
pose of formally annexing the coun
try to the flag of the Fathorlaud,
England, it was oxpjained, having
agreed to waive her rights aud ac
cept other islands now under Ger
man protection by way of exchange.
Tho nous was not popular in any
quarter of Samoa, the hope of tho
country being in England.
For Bound the World.
A recent Bath (Maine) tologram
says: "W. A. Slater's new yacht
Eleanor was launched from tho Bath
Iron Works to-day. She is not only
tho largest steam yacht ever built in
tho Uuitod States, but is especially
designed to moot tho requiremonts
of her owners for a two years' cruise
around the world, and as the homo
of his family for that timo, is to bo
furnished with regal magnificence.
A gallery of fCO.000 worth of oil
paintings will bo among tho attrac
tions of the craft." Probably Hono
lulu will bavo a visit from this
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion. Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissowa.
Juniper berries and other wolf
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura
tive powers uot possessed by other
medicines. It effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
The philosopher who says that
"when Indies want socioty items
they look in the socioty or local
columns," hits very wide of tho
mark and evidently is not posted in
Honolulu. Little of what is termed
socioty talk gets in the newspapers
they reported the mandolin concert
as a "success, aud tho house com
fortably filled with lovers of music
aud poople of refined tastes in the
mora dolicato arts," and so it was,
but it is Silk Dresses to Holokus
that thero was not a lady Iu tho
house but that knew what her
neighbor wore, and of courso talked
it over with friends under the head
of Socioty Talk. A good many of
thoso Dress Pattorus we spoke of
last week aud considerable of the
Hosiery found its way there. Moro
of them will bo seen at the Fancy
Weduesday, July 25th, will see a
lino of Colored Wool Dross Goods
formerly sold at 75 ceuts going at
50 cents; they aro beauties. There
is no profit in those goods. While
all tho week Victoria Lawns (these
the best value wo ever offered) 10
yards for 75 cents; Merrimau Prints
10 yards for 50 ceuts you kuow
what that means! Ginghams go 12
yards for $1, and Brown Cottous 10
yards for $1.
Saturday, July 28 th, every Rem
uftut in tho house must go at your
own prices. We must have the
room for New Goods. Remember
we have had a general mark down
iu all departments of our hnuso.
Wo only quote you a few things for
lack of spaco. Every day is a Clear
ance Sale day with us. We uever
have beeu undersold, aud do not in
tend to be. Look out for next week.
B P. KIILKKS & CO.
Salnniny, July SI, tfi9$.
Some weeks since we made
.1 few remarks on the subject
of Coxeyism and mentioned
incidentally that massing of
the unemployed at Washing
ton might lead to a conflict.
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy.
But a strife more bitter and
with stronger grounds has
taken place instead, When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re
mained from the upsetting of
the tariff in the United States
was 1) iug dormant and capital
on one side and labor on the
other were on the verge of a
civil war. The small farmers
who depend upon the railroads
for transporting their products
were facing poverty through
the loss of their ripening crops
and discontent reigned every
where. It seems that the gov
ernment must assert itself and
let the world see, that as a
nation it is capable of handling
successfully any difficulty which
may arise. The men compos
ing the American Railway
Union are believed to be above
the plane of the anarchists and
consequently not responsible
for lawless acts that have taken
place in Chicago. True enough,
the sympathies of the people
are with the wage-workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outrages
are being committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
change. We do not mean
that the sympathy of the peo
ple will go to the side of the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
rarely happens that these labor
difficulties end favorably to the
bread winner; wheu the matter
is left to arbitrators the result
ts usually a compromise and
the increase if there is any is
so small that it does not com
pensate for the time lost in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbitra
tion but the magnates say
they have nothing to arbitrate;
it is the wish of everyone that
the end will be reached with
out further loss of life or pro
perty. We feel thankful, and a
number of others iu Honolulu
should join with us in a praise
service, that the strike occurred
after our stock of Enamel Bath
Tubs had left S,in Francisco.
Had the shipment been deiayed
at the factory it is quite likely
that some of our customers
would be bathing in a soap
di.-.h instead of a porcelain
lined tub We have never
said much about it but we
have, in addition to the arti
cles we have mentioned on
several occasions, Porcelain
Lined Laundry Tubs, admir
ably adapted to people who
believe in having clean clothes.
They are identical in quality
with the bath tubs and it is im
possible for dire from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs.
Wu have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
goods selected especially for
this trade; if you are interested
we would be pleased to show
you the articles,
Another, and inexhaustible,
supply of the Clauss Bread
Knives reached us on the
"Australia." It has been a
hard matter for us to keep up
with the demand for this knife,
but this time we think we have
a start. If you want a knife
that will cut warm bread with
out making it heavy, if you
want a knife that will cut
through the icing on a cake
without leaving a lot ol crumbs,
you will buy a Clauss. And if
you want a sewing machine
that will make two distinct
stitches by the simple move
ment of a thumb screw you
will get the "Wortheim," the
only machine in the world that
will do it, and we are selling
them at a lower price than you
pay for a machine that sews
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
UliI'Mlt" HiirM'luU1 HIiku
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
t am Instructed by Mr. It VU'tl U. POS
TER to dispose ol
The i Entire : Household : Furniture,
At bit Kesldence, Kuuann strcot (adjoin
Ing Mrs. Afung), consisting ot
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard 1
White find Drown Wicker Tables, Chairs,
I.onng. s find itorkers.
'arv-a Chairs, Knjeli, Paintings.
Dagertadtand Turkhh I'rajer Hugs.
Dear, Heal and Coyote Hugs.
Pairs Doitoo and Dresden Yases.
Carved Oak Extension Pining Table, 12 it.
Carved Oak Dining-room rlislis.
.lnno'e Tea Bets, dinner Beta.
Silver Ware and Table Ware.
Heavy Oak lied room Bets.
II. W. Maibletop Bedroom Bets.
Mirror Front Black Walnut Wardrobes.
ClicflTontcr', Hall Stands.
White Hair Mnttren.es, Feather Pillows.
Haw f Ilk Curtains and Holes
Brass Bedstead, Mosquito Nets.
IcNeate ft Urbii Safe. Nrw Model Range.
Itetrlgeratnr, Meat 8afe, Iiwn Mower.
Harden Tools, Marbletop Garden Tables.
i.awn wnatr and rentes.
Pots ol Ferns and Plants.
1 Hone, Phaeton It Harness.
Firewood and Coal, Etc., Ktc.
tW The attention ot householders is
called to the nhoye nientlontl Furniture ,
which Is new and of the most eipenlve
nn.l ornamental kind, Moure opemd to
luitfcil,n on Tuesday, July 21th, frout 10
A, m. to 4 r. m.
Ta.a. W. jorga.xi,
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, July 2G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY SALBSROOVt
I will sell at Public Auction a Consign
4 ''Monarch" Ranges
With Klavated Ovens. Also a targe line of
Ironclad Enamelled Ware
rolTee and Tea Pots, Hanrepans, Pot, Rice
boilers, htc., Kto. Goods nuw t'li vim.
Jaa. TT. &orga.'xi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At th Blore of Metsrs. If. HackMd A Co.,
I will sell at I'abllo Auction tor account of
whom It may coucern, thr lollowlng
Damsged by salt water on vovagc of Im
portation ex German ship ''Mail Hack
(eld from l.tveriooli
H. II .t CO.
7X-788 3 dot I2in Galv Duokeu,
7WI-KU t doz 13lii " "
c.0SS 3 dot llln " '
SSO-tll.H I doz l.Mll ' "
CI 1-UW 1 doz lO'li " "
JU UM I Nest at U pes Gulvd Round
1WI-1018-1I NVsts at 10 pes Galvd Hound
H. in Triangle
X)-1 Cas Manor Charcnnl Tinned Sheets,
II. II. & CO.
1213-1 Case Plain Galvd Iron Emu, Slx'.'l
1214-1 Case Plain (lulvd Iron Emu, 61x21
1211-1 Case Plain (lulvd Iron Mars 0,81
x2Ix.1l II, '07lb,
1213-1 Cae P ulu G.ilvd Iron Mnrs II, 81
1240-1 Cate Plain Gulvd Iron Mars U, 81
x'tx'Jl U, 2101US,
II. II (b Co
1UI-1 Keg Illock P. W. Staples, lln,
II. iu Trlmmle
3271 Case, M Gent's fiudd'es, complete,
3J 1 Cant, 12 Guilt's Bjddlus, complete,
H. 11. .tOO.
811-020 -3 Ilundtrs Galvd Corr Iron, Oft
lrM-ir.ll 3 HuinlliH Gulvd Corr Iron, 7ft
8-3x21 (I, (lltllbM,
1001-1028-1 Dirndl Gulvd Corr Iron, 8ft
8-3x24 O, 2Wlli.t.
108M0T.-I liiinilles Gulvd Corr Iron, Oft
8Hx'i4 O 88 lib
1111-1180-0 lluiidks Galvd Corr Iron, 10ft
6..-U21 O, moiu.
Tenu Cub in D. 8. Oold Coin.
AUCTION SALE OP
By "Glory," "Joe Daulols" and
"Boswoll, Jr "
On SATUKTaY, July 28,
AT 12 O'0l,0(JK NOON,
At liowfott's Yard, Queen bireet, I will
sell nt I'nlilln Auction, tl Draft of Kimi
llurrus from llny's Mukulelu
2 3-Year Old Stallions
Gelding and Fillios,
Broken to Hwlillo Mini llurnuss,
RDWAY & rORTEK. Leatllnsr
f tlio Hawaiian Islauds.
obiiifon Block, lietwoon Fort
gut nnuu aiuo oi iioici sirtioi
irect importorn of Finn Furniture,
irt cheap for cash. Wo havo on hand
ieknr Waro, Sofa, Rocking Chairs, Etc.
ill you call and price those goods.
nythlng you want in Dining-room
nytuing you want in isouroom
ou can also bn supplied with
ou will mid a coinpleto stock
nd at prices to suit tho poorest
well as tho richest purchasor.
o homo is compinto without juttressos,
o houao in Honolulu soils theso goods cheaper than we do.
on'f you nrrd somn Liro Oeoro
andy Pillows and Cushions.
rettv Window Shades in nil
olos for your windows iu Wood or Brass Trimmings.
f cnursn wo must not forirot
ur haudsomo Carrod Bedroom
epalring at nvnonablo rates.
aU tocovoriug of Upholstered Furuituro a specialty.
I ry our Eay Chairs boforo buying olsowboro.
aL ables of all sizos with Chairs and Sideboards
rcryhody knows wo make a foaturo of Intorior Decorating,
oryUcHiy knows .Mr. Uoo. urtlway who uiakoa this a special feature.
erognized as tho choapoat
eliauiiity, Promptness anu
Bbix 526 TbJLEPECONBS Mxtdai, 646
YOU O-AlIST BXJTT
Not Limited to One Package
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT FRIGES MET
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Corner Fort Sa "Hotel Sts.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
Cribs and Cradles.
to select Irotn.
Feathers or Silk FlossT They make
colors and sizos.
Sots iu Solid Oak.
houso in Honolulu,
Dispatuu is our motto.
Either. Get Ail Yon Want.
1 rpHK UNDKIIBKINKU OKKEK8 FOB
. JL sale that Finn Hraetui on tb
innnka side of Bvretanla ftrcet, 1U0 feet
ut of IV na co' a street. The lot bss a
front nt lui fret and a depth of Hi foot A
' (lood Dwelling House In Kod reutlr; con
tains 1'arlnr, Dlniiiirrnm Kltnlien, I'an
try, lle.lrtHJin, Haili ml Water Olot and
hii olllco on the lower lloor with KourOo iX
BxdroiiniH on sm oud lloor There Is a siiIh
stnntlal Barn, conialnliiK Two Htalls, room
, for to carrlaKPs. Wood glied and Her.
. vants' Boom, a Servants' W 0. and Two
?.?i. -pool. Kurthtr parUcoUus ot
W. K. ClwtU, or of
I WU N. V, nOKQMW,