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(illt.KT KUCCI.HS OF UNITED STATES
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1'olntf i-"Vull nurigot Prom .Tinny
After n consultation botweon
Governor Bradleyof Kentucky and
lending Republicans, it was do
cided to call out tho State militia
to bo present during tho balloting
for United States Senator after tho
seating of membors began. This
would certainly provoko trouble,
perhaps on tho 7th inst. Tho
Erovious day there woro 13G mom
ors presont in the Houso, G9 of
which wore necessary to a choice
Tho ballot rosultod: Iluntor G7
Blackburn G2, Carhslo 2, Bato 1,
Gonoral John Gibbon, the
famous Indian fighter, died at his
home in Baltimore, on tho Gth
inst., at the ago of G8.
Dr. T. Do "Witt Tnlmngo hnB
succeeded in ousting Mr. Allen,
his associato pastor, from tho
First Presbyterian church in
"Washington, and hereafter Tal
mago will preach twice each Sun
day, as ho intended to do when ho
first wont to "Washington.
It is ordered that ballots bo
taken in tho Texas primaries, to
detormino tho attitudo of the party
on silver. Tho result will deter
mine tho comploxion of. tho dele
gation to tho nominating conven
tion. A committee of Chicago citizens
has issued a coll to all parts of
tho country, asking tho people, in
their assemblies to colobrato
Washington's birthday, to embody
their views on tuo proposition to
establish a permanent board of
arbitration for tho settlement of
differences botweon this country
A "Washington correspondent
insinuates that J. l'iorpont Mor
gan, the New York banker, got nn
official nointor in advauco on tho
bond issuo, by which ho will got
moro than half tho amount. Sec
rotary Carlisle is accused of open
ing bids boforo all were received.
It is estimated that Morgan will
get all tho way from $45,000,000
to 855,000,000. Morgan's bid was
110,0877, but it is charged that,
beforo ho got private information,
it was 110 flat. President Cleve
land in an intorviow says that
moro Binall holdings of gold will
bo brought into tho treasury by
tho arraneomont than appears on
tho surface. Small banks through
out tho country will got their sharo
through their Now York and
Boston correspondents, and this
gives the loan tho appcaranco of
having boon taken up by the large
financial institutions. Tho Now
York Chamberof Commerce paBBed
a resolution of congratulation
on the largo subscriptions to tho
Government loan, expressing
grateful prido for tho confidence
thus shown by tho people in tho
financial strength of tho country.
Tho Houso is talking much on
tho Sonato froo coinngo substitute
for tho Houso bond bill.
Secretary Hoke Smith is in
favor of tho foreclosure and sulo
of tho Pacific railroads.
Tho Sonato has adopted a reso
lution of Senator Thurston, direct
ing the Secretary of Stato to send
to tlio Senate copies of all laws,
rocrulations and docroos of Ger
many. Franco. Bolcium and Don-
mark which discriminate against
tho introduction of American
Tho Catron bill to prevent prizo
fighting on Federal territory pass
ed tho Sonato and would probably
bo sent to the President on tho
7th or 8th inst.
Sir Goorge Nownes of England
will challenge for the America
oup next year.
Tho Sonato committeo on for
oign rolations has favorably ro
poitod a substitute resolution,
which fully recognizes tho bellig
erent rights of tho Cuban robols.
It is rumored that tho Sugar
Trust Ib backing up filibustering
expeditions to Cuba, with tho ul
terior object of having tho sugar
industry of tho island temporari
Edwin F.Uhl, assistnntSocrota- J
ry oi oiaio, an aoio luioiiigan ao
mocrat, will bo Embassador
Runyon's successor in Berlin.
Soretary Olney will appoint a
Consul at Capo Town with diplo
Tho American Lino S. S. St.
Paul was pulled oif tho sand bar
off Long branch, whero sho had
loin a week, on tho 4th iimt. by
four wrecking tugs with the aid of
kodgo anchors. She is thought to
bo unjurcd. It is, agreed that
tho salvngo that will have to bo
paid will 1)0 largest over collected
from any one vessel. Tho lowest
estimate is $100,000.
Joseph Cook of Boston, who
recently returned from Australia
and Japan, is at Clifton Springs,
N. Y., suffering from norvous
prostration. He is nearly blind,
owing to weakness of tho optio
norvo. Ho will bo taken to hia
cottage at Lako George early in
tho spring, where it is hoped ho
Ex-President Harrison hos
written a letter Baying ho will not
bo a candidato for tho presidency.
President Cleveland has sent a
mossago to Congress asking for on
appropriation for tho relief of tho
families of Italian laborers niur
dored by vigilantes in Colorado.
Tan quiz Peak, near San Jacinto,
Southorn California, which scien
tists have called an extinct vol
cano, has been sending up col
umns and puffs of smoko.
An electric car jumped tho rails
on Sutro's road, San Francisco,
moro or loss seriously injuring a
score of persons.
A lire on Uhestnut stroot, rlm
adolphia, Fob. 2, wiped out $2,
000,000 worth of proporty.
Lieut. Comdr. Robert E. Car
mody, U. S. A., retired, is dead.
Dr. Arthur Dncstrow, a St.
Louis millionaire, has been con
victed of murdoring his wifo.
Ail Important Convention.
Princo Boris of Bulgaria has
boon converted to tho Greek
Church. Princo Ferdinand has
asked tho Czur to bo godfather to
the young princo. Tho conversion
is taken in Russia as a groat
triumph over Gorman influence.
The. Novoo Vromya Bays Russia
will now recognizo Princo Fer
dinand. A Romo dispatch says tho Pope
is announced to havo relinquished
the idea of excommunicating
Princo Ferdinand of Bulgaria, as
he recognizes tho value or Prince
Boris' conversion in promoting
European peace. His holiness
has ordered the Vatican press to
maintain absoluto silence on tho
It is officially denied in London
that the British Government has
recognized tho island of Trinidad
as boing a Brazilian possession.
Gonoral Sir Charles Pattou
Kovos, G. 0. B., is dead. Ho has
boon in tho military service in
India for years.
Uudor British officers, the Sikhs
havo gained two brilliant victorios
over tho slave raidors in British
Central Africu. Tho Arabs woro
totally routed, fourteen chief s bo
ing captured, and tho rood into
the intorior was thereby cleared.
Honry Leslie, tho musical com
poser, died in London in his 74th
year. Among his mouy compo
sitions are tho "To Douni" and
tho fostivul anthem ''Lot God
Justin McCarthy has rotired
from tho Irish leadership on ac
count of failing health.
The intention of introducing a
big navy bill at tho presont ses
sion of tho Gorman Reichstag has
H. M. Stanloy, M. P., has writ
ton to Major Pond of Now York,
expressing his opinion in favor of
tho American sido in the Vouczu
A "most favored nation" treaty
Iiob boon signed botweon Gonnany
Continued on Jtlh page.)
RT LEAGUE RECEPTION.
IX HOHOB OF Jttn. IlILLIAItD AND
Ilrnutirnl Drrnrntlnu of the Art nl-
Scleral Work of Art
As prepared for an interesting
ovont of last night, tho exhibition
room of tho Kilobaud Art League
wjh highly attractive. Young
trees in tubs woro placed at tho
two front corners of the music
alcove, and other greenery, inclu
ding a varioty of plants, was
effectively disposed upon tho daiB.
A number of the best works of
members of tho Lcaguo woro
exhibited. Tho occasion was
a compYiHMutary reception to
Mr. W. H. Halliard, tho Amer
ican artist horo on an im
portant professional commission,
and his aister, Mrs. Anna Trum
bull, art critic for Boveral Now
Mrs. W. F. Allen, Mrs. J. S.
McGrew and Mrs. Day wore tho
reception committeo, and tho niem
bors and frionds of tho Leaguo
received wero, as nearly as could
bo ascertained, tho following: Mr.
W. F. Allen, Miss KatoFiold, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Athorton, Mrs.
Turner (Miss Annis Montague)
Mr. and Mrs. AV. AV. Hall, Dr. and
Mrs. Myors, Professor and Mrs.
Theodore Richards, Mrs. Rich
ards, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Brown, Rev. C. M. HydonndMrs.
Hyde, Col. J. H. Sopor and Miss
Sopor, Mrs. Graham (Now YorkX
Mrs-. J. M. "Whitnoyi Mr;, and Mrs.
Allen Hutchinson, Jdgo O.yF.
Hart and Mit.s Hari, Jlr.
and Mrs. "W. M. GrohahT,
Mrs. E. O. Damon, Dr. Greene,
Mrs. F. "W. Macfarlauo, Mrs.
Strong, Mrs. T. J. King, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. M. V.Forstor, Mrs. Now
ton, Mrs. Allmand, Mrs. W. W.
Dimond, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Logan, Misses Burhans, Beck
with, Graco Richards, Mil
lard, Jessie E. Axtoll, Popo, Fred
orika Nolto, Graco Robortson,
Carrie Cusllo, Greene, Emily
Ladd, Allmand nud Browor, Prof.
Maxwell, Prof. Borgor, Prof.
Dodgo, Prof. Ingalls, Lieut.
Eaton, U. S. N., Dr.Rodgors, and
Messrs. D. H. Hitchcock, E. Bon
ner, W. H. Conoy, W. R. Castlo,
Jr., and J. Efllngor.
Af tor a ploaBunt season of so
cial intercourse and viewing of
the works of art, a short musical
program was given. Miss Castlo
gave n piauo solo, which was
greatly admired. Mrs. Tumor,
tho "Hawaiian Nightiugalo," then
gavo a delightful soprano solo,
accompanieu on tho piano by
Miss Burhans, organist of Cen
tral Union church. Miss Groono
completed tho musical interlude
with an admirable solo on tho
Among the works displayed
woro Mr. Hitchcock's Paris Salon
picture, hung on tho roar of the
musio nicovo in a nno ngiu, jubo
the sanio artist's now volcano
picture, which gives that subject
ontiroly original treatment. Both
those works commanded much
admiring attention. Mr. Hut
chinson's bronzo bust of King
Kalakaua, made for tho Kalakaua
Monument Association, was an
object of great interest to tho
strangers, vrhile his relief bust of
Captain Babcock drew renewed
praise from residents, who can
bojt appreciato its oxcollenco.
A now work by Miss Robort
son tho painting of a
bust and shadow, received com
nliinentarv remarks from Mr. Hil-
Hard as woll as from local artists.
There woro many water colors
shown which, in tho absonco of a
catalogue, cannot bo fairly parti
cularized. Mrs. Whitney showed
tho portfolio of hor paintings of
Hawaiian fishes, which are highly
valuable both as works of art and
objects of local interest.
In the course of tho evening
cool lomonade was sorvod. Tho
gathering dispersed about 10
o'clock. All had greatly enjoyed
E.I Kit A L W.VltFIF.LII AND l'AUIY.
Will Vlilt the Volrnnn mid llctnrn by
Among the arrivals by tho
Mariposa today woro Gonoral R.
H. AVarfiold and party, consisting
of Lieutenant O. M. Lissak, U. S.
A., John L. McCaramon and wife
and Dr. O. E. Munn, U. S. A.,
autl wile. This is n party o per
sonal frionds who reside at the
California Hotel in Fan Francisco.
They had originnlly determined to
tako a trip to Japan and China,
but timo was too short for tho
army ollicors and General War
field's business could not bo left
for so long n poriod. Tho party
will go to tho Volcano by tho next
Kinau and roturn to Sun Fran
cisco by tho Alameda. The offi
cers havo sixty days' leave of ab
Gonoral Warfiold is woll-knowc
as ono of the most prominent
hotel men in tho United States,
and tho presont propriotor of that
popular oan JL'raucisco nostoirv
known as tho California Hotel.
Ho is also prominent in National
Guard circles in tho Stnto of Cali
fornia, and as Buch will probably
bo in ado much of by the local
militia. Ho is not here on busi
ness concerning a lease of the
Hawaiian or any other hotels horo
but simply for rost and recrea
tion. Lieutenant Lissak is at the
head of tho Ordnance Department
nt tho Presidio barracks.
Tho party are stopping at the
Vontel In IUtren.
Twenty-four hours aftor leaving
Capa Flattory, on Jan. 31, the
barkontino O. C. Funk, bound for
Honolulu, coal ladou from De
parture Bay, oncountored a severe
gtlo. Heavy Boas washed over the
vossol, and tho crow woro com
pelled to tako to tho rigging, water
cobks anu otlior things breaking
loose and rolling about tho deck.
During tho storm, tho foro and
main-top-raasts wont by tho board,
the wreckago hanging alongside,
and threatening to broak up tho
hull. Aftor a hard timo, sho
weathered tho gnlo and hor oourso
was changed to San Francisco,
whore sho nrrived "in distress" on
Tllh. CIIAICMK AtJAINST ltEDI'ATII.
ProcoedliiK In Judge do In Ycrglie'
Court TliU moriiliitc.
Lionel V. Rodpath was brought
up from Waianao to tho Police
Station yesterday afternoon and
still occupies a coll therein. At 10
o'clock his case was called in tho
District Court, and the following
charge read against him :
"Thot ono Lionel V. Redpath of
Honolulu in tho Island of Oahn
during six months lost past, boing
entrusted with tho control, custo
dy nud keeping of a thing of
value, to wit; cortain monios of
another, to wit; of the Hawaiian
Gazotto Company, a corporation,
by tho consent and authority of
said Hawaiian. Gazotto Company,
did without the consont and
against the will of said Hawaiian
Gazotto Company fraudulently
convert and dispone o a portion
of tho monios 'so ontmsted to him
as aforesaid, to wit; tho sum of
SG50, and was thon and there and
thereby guilty of tho crimo of
The defendant was represented
by Messrs. Neumann and Croigh
ton and pleaded not guilty. The
examination was sot for February
20th and nn order was made by
tho Court fixing tho bail at $3000.
Tho crow of the yacht Spray, F.
Allon, Paddy Curtis and John
Norton, are charged as accessories
aflor the fact to tho crimo of om
bozzlomont, but their case was
not called this morning.
On tho Gth of July tho earth is
farther away from tho buii than at
any othor timo.
Thoro are 13,000 different kinds
of postogo Btaiups in tho world.
Tho only oolipso visible in
North America in 189G will occur
August 22-23a partial eclipse of
AGAINST FEARFUL ODDS,
that jAiiio.v roiunr
Four Ilmidrcil nud Sixty HtnrvrU ai
Tlrtd Nen Hold Two 'flioniund
Troop nt Buy.
An article in tho London Daily
Telegraph of January 7 gives a.
graphic account of the bravery of
Dr. Jameson and his band. In
tho first part of tho article what
led to tho conflict is described.
Tho Bulletin's readers have pre
viously learned this in dispatches,
but it may be " diarized hero as
an introduct tho following-
oxtuiciJ'itTin uiv. ijh. Dr.
Jameson, administrator of the
Chartered Company, had recoived
urgtm.. Jpssages assuring him that
tho lives and property of English
men wero in danger nt Johannes
burg, nnd that distinct menaces
of tyrannical treatment had been
uttered by tho Boors. An intim
ation was also received at Mafek
ing that the Uitlnnden, (foreigners)
woro prepared to rise under com
pojont leaders, and that if Dr.
Jameson camo to the neighbor
hood ho would be supported by
an armed body of at least two
Dr. Jameson started on his dan
gerous mission on Sunday, Deo
embor 29, with n lightly equipped
company of four hundred and
sixty troopers and a few Maxim,
guns. Ho anticipated no serious
ngiumg uoioro no camo to the
neighborhood of Johannesburg,
and expoctiug adequate sujh
port there ho did not travol with
a baggage train or with any ade-
Juato commissariat arrangements,
n tho menntimo the President of
tho Boors Jind obtained know
ledge, through his secret agents
thnt an nrmed forco was advanc
ing upon him. Ho therefore sen!
out two thousand Boers to tnko up
a strong position on the expected
route. At the samo time ho had
an intorviow with tho Uitlandero,
to whom ho promised a variety of
important concessions the privi
lege of the franchise, equality of
the English and Dutch language
in the schools, oto. on conditioa
that thoro should bo no disturb
ance. Then, on December 81, &
proclamation was issued by Sir
Hercules Robinson, Governor o
Capo Colony, ordoring all Eng
lishmen in tho Queen's narno to
refrain from any act calculated to
ondangor tho peace, and, espe
cially, to disavow any sympathy
or co-operation with Dr. Jameson,
whoso incursion into tho Trans
vaal had boon declared by tho
Imperial Government to be an
illogal and unjustifiable piece of
"From this point," the Tele
graph goes on to say, "tho de
nouement comes into sight, and
wo t already hoar the steady and
resistless march of inevitable
Fato. With two thousand Boers
iiosted in their Btrong position at
Crugorsdorp, aud tho town of
Johannesburg cajoled by the
promises of tho Boer President,
and kept under by tho imperative
orders of Sir Horcnles Robinson,
what chanco has the littlo body of
Englishmen to make good its wild
enterprise, and win its way
through desporato odds to the
holp of kinsfolk supposed to bo in
urgent peril? The attack is foro
doomed boforo it begins; tho in
vasion has failed lone boforo the
fatal ravine of Krugersdorp has
boon reached. Notwithstanding,
tho issue must bo triod, tho battle
must bo fought, if only because
tho loader of tho expedition,
foolish, mistakon, betrayed as ht
was, Btill f olt bound to koop his
pledge to tho Uitlandors nnd come
otthoir assistance when called. We
havo hoard Bomo surpriso express
ed that tho loss of tho respoctive
combatants waB bo unequal; the
sneering commonts of unfriendly
foreign critics still ring in our
ears, omphaBising tho peculiar in
ability of Englishmen to hold