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AFTERMATH OF YESTRRDAY'S
Where is Nowlein and Wilcox?
Daily Uum.ktin Oitioe, )
Fiuday Mounino, January 11. )
Up till midnight little lias tran
spired of importance in tlio opera
tions of tlio Government for tho
suppression of tlio insurrection.
Besides our special correspondent iu
ration, wo hail ono in M.1110.1 Valloy
who was detained until after tho
papor wont to press. A brief sum
mary of his roport appears bolow.
O LEANINGS OF THE NIOHT.
A Dull Tlmo at tho Polico Station
Hunting a Humor.
Last nitfht was tlio quietest at I ho
1'olico Station of any since tlio bo
Ijiiining of tho troublo. Tlioro was
no mounting in hot hato to respond
to alarms, and tho watch could hard
ly keep itsolf awake.
A hackman who had boon out to
Manoa with supplies told Minister
King that just heforo ho loft at six
o'clock a shot had been taken from
tho side of Mount Tantalus, it was
the fourth or fifth salute of tho kind
since tho middle of the afternoon.
T. Hartow was arrested at i:'20.
Five prisoners of war wore brought
iu at 1:15.
It was reported that a man sup
posed to be a deserted rebel escaped
through Dr. tucker h premises on
Fort street on being pursued.
Ministers Kin),' and Smith kept
watch in tho Marshal's ollico while
the Marshal retired for some much
Tho Government half suspects
that Sam Nowlein and his party es
caped across Nuuanu valley Tues
day night. Thero is a long stretch
of tho road poorly guarded.
I'liere is no positive knowledge,
either, of tho whereabouts of Wil
cox. A sentry at Luakaha caught a na
tive beating down the stream at 10
o'clock. The man said ho was fish
ing and tho sentry lot him go.
This action of tho sentry caused
Cecil Drown with 18 or 20 men is
guarding Waimaualo pass.
At tho Front in Million.
contingent aro known tobosiidToriug
for want of food and clothing. It
has also been learned that before
Wilcox left Mauoa thero was defec
tion in his horde and he stood in
danger of assassination by his own
followers. UesfflontB of Manoa valloy
have boon compelled to furnish food
to Wilcox's people and report that
they have boon threatened with loss
of life and property if they refused.
With Co. F iu the valley they fool
safe. An oxtonded skirmish to tho
top of the ridge which divides I'auoa
and Mauoa will bo made to-day.
Walnnao All Bight.
A soutry on King street told a
Bulletin reporter who was taking a
constitutional at 11 o'clock that ho
had hoard that Deputy Sheriff Wil
liam Sheldon had been shot in the
shoulder at Waianno.
The rumor was investigated at tho
1'olieo Station, where it was ascer
tained thai Sheldon himself had re
ported tho Waianae situation by
telephone at a quarter to ten. Still
Attornoy-Goueral Smith and Deputy
Marshal Broun went after that
rumor with a determination to hunt
it down which was su"cosful. After
hammering away at Waianae on tho
wires fir half an hour, they raised
it and recoived the report, "Kvery
thing is very ouiot."
Sheldon had reported his having
placed guards on tho road to pre
vent natui's who wore reported to
bo coming to Honolulu from getting
on tueir way.
Palau and Manuel Lolo were
brought into tho station this fore
noon. They were arrested in Nuu
anu Valloy by specials. Tlio men s
excuse was that they wore coming
into town to dispose of thoU butter.
They were hold for investigation.
Another man hold for investigation
is James Spencer, a telephone opera
tor. S. Kaohiwaena was arrested at
his home. He is charged with con
spiracy. Tho following were arrested to
day for conspiracy or investigation:
S. K. Kaloa.
No R bels Encountered on Tan
talus Tbls Morning.
Fifty y.tetloDS Shtos freak th Sill
cess if Ibe Night
Tlio stirring events which occur
red in Mauoa valley on Wednesday
evening, led the authorities to be
hove that the rebels had concluded
to make a final stand ami do battle
to the death iu that location. Ac
cordingly a detail of fresh troops
wore sent to the valley. Captain
Zeigler's company of '"tieiH" being
chosen. This company relieved Com
pany A and the Sharpshooters, at
midnight, and remained on post
until morning, during a drenching
rain. No shots were exchanged by
them with tlio enemy, but, at day
light, a laborious close search was
made of the numerous gulches at
tint northwestern corner of tho val
ley and of the trail loading over to
tho I'auoa valley. The search
brought to light the dead body of a
half-negro named l'aealii. an ex
cowboy. Tho remains showed signs
of emaciation. The body was buried
by ZoiglorV men.
Fitzgerald, a diminutive hard
character, slipped away from Zieg
ler's camp and proved tho possibility
of ease of escape from tho supposed
cordon by crossing over to I'auoa,
when ho was later captured by Capt.
At 10 o'clock much oxcitemont
was caused in Ziegler's camp by tho
discovery of a body of men doscond
iug tho steep sides of tho eastern
portion of tho valloy. A quick com
mand anil soon the boys were iu
skirmish Hue and, advancing through
bushes aud taro patches, surprised
tho detachment of the Citizens'
Guards, who were marching to a
point where transportation could bo
obtained back to town. Tho non
descript habiliments of the Guard
The Troublo nt Wninlua.
When tho roport of tho impend
ing attack on tho Waialua court
house was hoard iu Ewa on Wednes
day night seventy mon volunteered
to go over and help put down the
insurgents. They only had nine
gutiB iu tho crowd. The sheriff at
Waialua reported back that uo as
sistance was needed.
Island Steamers Will Depart.
At tho Cabinet mooting hold this
morning the matter of allowing the
steamers ICinau, Mikahala and Lo
hua to depart for their respective
ports was discussed. It was finally
decided to allow them to go. So
unless tho orders are countermand
ed they will leave this evening at ft
Nearly Two Hundred Prisouors.
Uy yesterday (Tliurndny) after
noon thro wore lit) prisoners, in
connection witli tho uprising,
O.ihu .Jail. It is the intention of'
the authorities to imprison all future
prisoners of war iu the barracks.
President and Mrs. Dole forward
ed coffee and cakes to Capt. Ziegler's
ruslmig to and Iro
'Tigers" and tho
had fooled the
,i Citizens smiled
At 11:15 Captain Murray's guard
retired from tho valley and Co. F
took possession of the field and still
'," holds it. Tho camp of Co. F is at
n tho northwestern end of tho valloy,
aud is nearly two miles from the
headquarters at which Dr. Howard
has, with his assistant and two sol
diers, done guard duty for nearly a
week, Tho surgeon does his soldier's
duty up to tho mark and carries out
his orders, even if a war correspond
ent has to bo made prisoner for nnn
' conforming with general headquart
ers laws. Ho is a gentlemanly jailor
aud permits pleasant company to
lighten the hours of his enforced
guests. Ono of the 1$uu.i:tins war
correspondents was an enforced
guest at tho headquarters yesterday
for over three hours, but" escaped a
Drs. Cooper and Wood visited tho
camp yesterday and iu conjunction
with Dr. Howard have provided for
bettor food, more clothing and pro
per shelter for the company now iu
charge of the damp ami rainy valley,
Should any of tint rebels again at
tempt to enter Manoa valloy they
will meet with a hot reception from
uieiubers of Co. F. From midnight
of Wednesday until (5:!t0 p.m. of yes
terday the sound of a single shot had
not disturbed tho echoes of tho
valloy. Careful inquiry proves that
tho location of Nowleiu's baud of
rebels is positively unknown, tho
last definite news indicating a return
towards Waimaualo pass. Wilcox
was yesterday at Tautalus and his
There is much
at army headquarters this morning,
Uapt. loin Wall reported at head
quarters this afternoon and received
orders to take a now position with
his forces on Tantalus.
No ono will bo allowed to leave on
either the Alameda or island steam
ers this evening unless provided with
a pass from the military head
quarters. Minister King dropped his Citi
zens uuard iiadgn this morning.
His attention was called It tho fact
by a Hullutin reporter.
George Lycurgus, proprietor of
the Saus Souci Kosort, who is ono of
the prisoners in Oahu Jail, has made
application to bo allowed to leave
the country on tho S. S. Alameda
this evening. His request has not
Tho grocery wagons wore around
to-day supplying customers.
Policemen lloli aud Lokana, and
Lieut. Ludwig, iu tho Queen's Hos
pital, aro all on tho mend.
Some of tho rebels were seen iu
Mauoa Valley this morning aud wore
tired upon by tho Government
troops. Tho rebels did not respond.
It is believed the men belong to S.
Hubert Wilcox and his mon, it was
believed at noon, are still on Mount
Tantalus. Menders of the Citizens'
Guard and Sharpshooters will go
over the Pali and endeavor to attack
them from the rear.
Tho Citizens' Guard stationed in
Nuuanu Valloy returned to town at
!1 o'clock this morning. They had
seen nothing of tho rebels. One na
tive was spied coining down tho hill,
but before ho had got halfway a
Portuguese soldier fired a shot and
he retreated back into tho mountains.
Nouo of the mou of tho Hcuado-
rian cruiser Iisinorahla aro allowed i
shore liberty. '
Captain Morse, Purser Sutton aud ,
officers of tho S. S Alameda wero
not allowed shore communication
Tho Honolulu Iron Works and
most of tint principal stores iu town
are still closed.
Kov. J W. Damon with a hand
cart supplies tho guards ou King
street and the bridge with coffoo
Lieutenant Kanao's gun went off
iu the air accidentally yesterday
evening while ho was drilling his
men iu tho station yard. The re
port caused quite a lluttur amoug
those on the streets aud in tho im
Three Winchester rilles aud half a
box of cartridges wore discovered in
a hoiiHt near Diamond Head yester
day afternoon, Tho woman of tho
house told tho officers that slut had
thrown threo new revolvers iuto tho
Tho Bulletin special correspon
dent wont, under competout advice,
to Mount Tantalus this morning.
Ho returned nt 51 o'clock, reporting
that no robots could be found iu
Mauoa or Pauoa Valleys, or on
Mount Tantalus. Tho whole coun
try comprising those places has been
thoroughly thrashed out.
Co. B. is at tho top of Tautalus
this morning, 15 men uudor Capt.
Thos. E. Wall. They had nothing
to oat from yesterday morning at ti
o'clock until 2 o'clock this morning.
At ft o'clock this morning Lieut.
Kenako with a squad of 2 mon,
wont on a scouting expedition.
They followed tho ridgo over as
far as tho Nuuanu Valloy. Ho
turning on tho ridgo beyond
thoy went back to Manoa Valloy.
From there thoy returned to tho
top of Tautalus, without having
mot with any adventures what
ever. Tho fog was very thick, aud
it was colder than Halifax so say
tho boys. Tho chilliuoss of tho sit
uation was, however, relieved by Dr.
Wesson, surgeon of the corps, who
doctored tho boys for their soro feet
and hands and, incidentally, gave
them a drink from a large demijohn,
which afforded them a great deal of
At noon to-day tho company
chauged its position, retiring from
tho top of Tautalus mid occupying
mountain villa, whore it will await
Three mon of Company II havo
been sent iu for medical treatment,
aud M. Pfeiffer, Goo. Kluegel and
Geo. Cavauaugh aro knocked out
in generally and unfit for duty.
W. M. Chamberlain and Chas.
Weight acted as guides to the com
pany aud made themselves general
From Tantalus our war corres
pondent went over to Pauoa Valley.
Lieut. King with HO men, who
were situateil in Pauoa Valley, re
ceived lato last night a sketch map
of Pauoa Valloy and tho country bo
youd. Thoy received orders to go
over tho ridgo and occupy a pass
that was marked on the map. On
account of the inaccuracy of the
map, Lieut. King was misled for
some time but finally located the
There was only one gulch marked
on the map, but when Lieut. King
arrived on tho ground, ho found
threo gulches, one as largo as ano
ther. A trail undoubtedly made by tho
revolutionists was found loading to
Lieut. King's command has had
nothing to eat since yesterday at ft
I As our correspondent was return
I ing from tho base of operations,
word was received that provisions
would bo sent to tho command.
Thero aro no soldiers iu Pauoa
Valley excepting five standing guard
at tho mouth of tho Valloy.
This morning at !$ o'clock about
fifty shots wero fired iu Pauoa Val
ley. It is a positive fact that thoy
wore fired, but whore thoy wore lired
from, or by whom, nobody iu tho
Government forces can say.
The native preacher, Sam. K. Ka
loa, who used to expound Seventh
Day Advent ism at tho Fishmarkut,
was captured going down to Koolau
poko by Lieut. King's command,
lie said he had not boon with Wil
cox's crowd since they loft Diamond
Head on Monday.
LOOAIi AND OKHKKA1. HEWS.
Samoa is quiot.
Tho bark S. C. Allon loft at 1
o'clock this af lornoou for tho Golden
A flagpole has been erected over
tho "Republic," Cunha's now build
ing on King street.
Mrs. Sutton, wife of Purser J. H.
Sutton of tho S. S. Alameda, will
leave on that steamer this evening.
Chief of Polico Crowley of San
Francisco and wife leave on tho S.S.
Alatnoda this evening for their homo.
Tho W. G. Hall which arrivod I
this afternoon brings word that
over; thing is quiet ou Maui aud Ha
waii. M....I.. ..!... 11....... ....,... TT!..1
llui;ilttlJI;s .uwiiiu, :wiiiui 11UIUJ
and Nuuanu streots, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and fl.25 per
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low j
wages will ploaso call on T. D. Gar
vin, corner of Richards ami King
J. W. Chapman, the well-known
caterer, is now open for ougago-1
molds for banquets, weddings, balls, I
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him care of Bulletin office.
11. G. Blart has removed from
King street to the store of Chris
Gertz, Fort street. Thero ho will
repair watches aud make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wunnor & Co. ten
years, ho needs no pulling.
The S S. Alameda arrived from
tho Colonies this morning. Shu was
immediately placed iu tlio Hands ol
tho authorities. Not oven W. G. Ir
win was allowed ou board without a
pass from military headuuarturs.
The Alameda will leave for San
Francisco at ft o'clock this evening.
CrHo Oren King
Save the Children
By Purifying Their Blood
Hood'a Bftraaparllla Makoa Pura
'Blood, Cures Sorofuta, Etc
"Mr (iperlenc with Hood's Snrtaparllln hM
bten Try effrctlr. My Itttln girl, Av ytari
old, h lor tour )eart a bad tkln illif. Hrl
arms nt Itoib would brK out In ft mitt ol
sor, illichiritof yellow mutter. She would
crutch the eruptions at though It gava rclUl,
and Ur open tho torts.
Twt Bottlea of Hood'a
flartapiulll eatitfd tin ampttoni to hrM nd
and Ua aoabi pealed off, alter which Uir ikln
bacama aott and itnooth. Aa a family nitUtclul
ve believe Tlood'i S.imnrllla hai nn equal and
I reoomraend It." W I.. Kino, lllufl I)l,Ti.
Hood'a Pllta are tin belt family cathaHIo,
aanUa aud effecUre. Try a boa. ttctuta.
Hobron Drug Co., Ld.,
Sol" Acnts for tli Itppnhllr of Hnw
This Space is Reserved
3Sf. S. SACHS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, Honolulu.
Ecuadorian Vessol Undor tho
An olllcer of the warchip vtimral
da was asked by a Hi'LLtrriN reporter
what her nationality wai. He nam it
was that of Ecuador. It was not
known by tho oil! cent whether she
had hecu bouuht Us .Japan. The
captain had rcalcd orders and tho
ship was going to San Francisco to
have her boilent cleaned. Uulesn
Wohater and Lloyds are wrong, the
Esmeralda is Hying the Veue.uulau
ling. The ollicers have applied for
pauses while the ship is iu port.
Should be upod iu attempting to
cure that very disagreeable (Unease,
catarrh. As catarrh originates iu
impurities in tlie blood, local appli
cations can do no permanent good.
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, aud for
tins purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood harsapanlla.
struck my hlori;
Uuci'inniT. It wa a
Btronjr, vigoroiiH, full
grown affair, and had no
iVHpi-ot for otliLT people's
ftdingH. It would puwh
itfl way in through tlic
ninoiiir my vv ice
cure constipation 1)
action ol tnc
L. H. KKItli
I UAVK JUHT Ithl'KIVKIl A
I.AKUK AHhORT.MKNT OK .
am I I jsitoHt Stylos.
TIIKHK (1001)8 WILL UK HOI.l)
ANY QUANTITY FKOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
It Has aa of Old Diatanc rt All IllvaU
The Banner Stnamor Edition.
To-day's special steamer edition
of over KXX) so pleaded tho public by
ito enterprise, correctness aud com
pleteness that it was completely dis
posed of by 2 p. m. Many hundreds
more wore called for and to meet
tho demand a bocouiI edition was re
set and sent to press, containing a
portrait of Hobert V. Wilcox, tho
rebel leader, as he appeared in his
Italian uniform in l&u. i resun
shows that tho public still look ou
tlio Huu.ETiN as tho most reliable
aud enterprising paper in Honolulu.
No other paper succeeds in giving
the public as full and trustworthy
information. Tho Bulletin loads,
Hard Times Prices!
L. I J. IvEUli, - Imi'outkk,
Real Estate aud Loans
Tint onltirj;'iiicnt o( tlio LOAN Miirkdt
so im to covt-r tlm lints mill iiframlilvs of
the hiru imniliur ol lii-norublu xoilu w lio
uro not uwncrH ol iiiiiiiLMiiuiiuruii unit
Kttntu was uiih ol tint moat nucessnry Inno
vations ol recent yearn. To ninny it lias
meant relief from iirersint,- clainw at tlie
vury tlmu when must uuiitlal. When
jironerly mul honorably enmluetecl this
imblneis Is of iituilly Kreat imtxtrtsiiL-u
mid vnlne to tho community us jlulhliui;
anil Loan Associations huvo proved them
selves to be.
Tile Hawaiian Investment Go,
Males n rjieulnlty of NiK(tlutliig ami l'ro
curing bums or Korrmsers who are tin
iihlo to discount their .So'esatthu Hunks
and who do not care to ohlluutu them
helves to mmm Iriend or ucuiiuhitmicu by
uskttiK ins emiori-emenis to inuir rtote.
This Company will make Umus Ukiii
Household Furniture, I'lutios. Orgunn.
Horses, Mules, Wilsons, Carriages uuii
l'urtumul rrojirty without removing tho
rruierty from the llorrower's possession,
and all lniHlness will hit conducted on a
KTUIUTLY UONFIUKNTUL IIAblH.
Tne Hawaiian Investment Co.,
Qenkiial Hkal Estate Auents,
13 and lft Knaimn aim Utneta,
(N.u' IWOihce )
Notary Public. Mutual Ten-phone 639,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at u cry i king ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper ol l'in ( r a
Silk l)r ks, go out and
come back iu a nliort
time reinfoiced by iieigh-
month ban mad" me gray
bei'oru my time, and
Kiauding in the middle of
the si ore at 12 i m. on
December Ul, 181)1, I
was glnd to bay "I'iiu.'1
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclur-ion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. "Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything Iu my
letic 't means e crytlnng.
I h-ivo a large assortment
of goods on hand that J
must jiet rid of bt fore
the return ol next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shell'
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a sucri
liee. Everything must
be sold. Now each week
J am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Hats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
we k as cheap as at
JOgan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goods at f)t)c on the 1.
NVe can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
'iHfy everybody as long
as the Hats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toil, r,
J. ,J. UUAN,
511 Fort (street.
JL1 to Jul ut terminus of
I200-tf 3H7 KIiik-street.
BOOMB AND BOAHD,
ROOMS AND IIOAUI)
for u fuw persons can be
Iiuu at lluiuwul, on me vwu
W. ti. IIAKTLKIT,
H. I. 811 AW, I'ropriuuir.
Uor. King and Ntiuutm Btreet, Honolulu,
Choioo L.1quors and Fino Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in the world like HIRES' ROOT
IiEblR, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only be explained by the fact that people
everywhere recognize and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualitieH. They will not drink the
worthless and injurious substitutes.
H3S -Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles K. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"We huvo used over three doen hollies of Hires' Hoot Heer this sea-i-ou,
ami find ft tlie most delicious and healthful drink in the market, Jah.
F. Hammkii, 110 '(! Ave., Alloonu, Pa., U. S. A."
"Wo have lined your Hoot Hecr iu our family over three yearn, winter
and Miiuinor. aud would not do without it. We drink it itibtead of water.
Mihh Lii'i'LVfoiT, Uor. lid aud I'iue Kt., (Jaiucdn, X. .1., U. S. A.
lHUO COMPA.VV. . .
Smith As Company
:u Duuo Company,
, Wholesale Druggists
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
rpiIKKK SIOK LOTS AT
I .Makill at u llnriMin.
WxIWJuicli. Will tell cither
us u whole or bOparately
Cummins llloclc, Merchant Street.
JL nremlsot niliiHlo ou the
east side of the old Mukikl
iiIhvl'miiiiiiI. fiirmorlv oicii
ol cA hv A. (liiririiberv. Kso
iurs aru modern ami commodious ami tho
spacious Krotimis uro imn oui in iruu ami
ornamental t et-s. Kusy terms to a desira
ble tenant. For furlhrr particulars please
apply to 1IKUUK OAKTWKIUUT,
Oprfor the Holiday Trade a Full Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale by the case or original package) can
save money by calling on us. Wc especially call
your attention to our large stock of tixtra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, Half Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Table Fruits at low prices.
Temple of Fashion
1 he liu i ul-
On December 1, 189
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
The Sale will contliitio durliiK tho KNTIUK MONTH OK DKOKM
UKK. 'Ihu Ui'ous io ho dlsKjaed of, cotirUl of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Qont'B Furnishing Goods.
UV- An Immwise Awortiuent of TOYS 10K OHUlSTMAB
a.. . SILVA,
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