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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 13, 1800.
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Arrest of the Lending I'orgor
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Hank Snladttr of America.
Patrolman AV. J. Loftus was
Btanding at tbo cornor of Broad
and Market Btroote in Nowark yes
'torday noon, days tbo Now Yo'rk
'San' of May 15, when fiyo men,,
coming from bb many different
directions, gatbircd around him.
Tbo patrolman paid little attorition
to tbo men until one of tbom lap
proaobod bim and said flomotbitfg
in a low tono. In a moment bo
was all animation. Glancing
norosB to tbo opposite c'drnor'bf
Morkot streot bo Btvv two wll
drOBsed men cominc from J3iuml
Btroot. Loftus looked at tbu mou, i
and then looked at ono of tbo five
who bad spoken to bim. Tbo man
nodded, and the patrolman crossed
tbo Btroet and stopped the two
"Geutlomon, I tun sorry to trou
blo you," said Loftus, " but you
will have to go with mo to polico
''What do you .mean, sir ?" in
' diguantly asked tbo smaller of tho
"You aro charged with being
fugitives from justice and being
handy at swindling banks," re
plied tbo Nowark officer. "Just
como along to polico headquar
ters and you will probably bo
uble tb explain tho whole matter."
"Indeed wo will not go to pplico
headquarters, fpr wo are neither
swindlers nor fugitives from jus
tice," answered tho man, his ju
dignution rising to tho boiling
point. 'If you do not stand asido
and lot 'us pass I will eliminate
you from tho streot."
"We'll have no more talk about
this matter here," said Loftus,
"and if you do not como along
without resistance I'll seo which
is tho, harder, your head .or this
,.Thero,,is evidently a miBtako
hero somowliQro," said tho largor
of the two men with a very supe
rior air. ""Wo will accompany
this follow just to shbw him b'o
fqrphis Chief .what nn ass he has
made of himself!"
The two men and the police
man proceeded toward polico
headquarters, and not ton feet be
hind them walked tuo nvo men
who had sunoundod the patrol
man on tho comer. The group at
. traded tho attention of tho peoplo
on the Btroets, but they had little
idea that ono of tho two men with
tho policeman was Oliarlos Beck
er, the cleverest forger and bank
swindler that this country has
over produced, and that tho other
man was James Gregan, the for
ger's pal. Noither did they know
that tho live men who formed
n sort of rear guard back
of tho policeman and his
prisoner wore five Pinkorton de
tectives, ono of whom, at leaBt,
had boon on the trail of Booker
and Cregan ovor Binco tho Pinker
ton Agoncy learned that tho two
mon wore implicated with Prank
L. oeavor and Joseph JMcUluskoy
in the swindling of tho Nevada
Bank, San Francisco, out of
820,000 through -the agency of a
raised check last December.
When Becker 'arid Gregan,
reached police headquarters they
were searched. Upon Gregan
was found $2,307.85. He had ono
81000 bill, twelve S100 liills and
bills of smaller denomination and
silver. Tbo S100 bills wore sowed
to the man's under olothiug. , In
addition to the monoy Gregan
oarried a handsomo gold watch
and chain and woro a largo
diamond rinc and diamond scarf-
pin. On Becker wbb found S150
in money, bosides his watch and
"Why IIuvo You
Been Btrlckcn with disease wMlo your neigh
bor escaped, or vice-versa ? Doth wcro ollko
exposed, lmt In ono case the. disease Kcpns
found lodgement In the Impure blood and
weakened system, while in tho other the
blood was kept pure by Hood's Sarsapurllla,
and tho body w a9 In a condition of good
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do
not purgo, pain or grip. Sold by all druggists.
Genu any is entitled to the
credit of the discovery o the con
version o barley into mnlt. Evory
ngo hns soen nn improvement in
beer mnuufnoturo, tho latest nnd
best example being tho colobrated
Seattle beer sold at the Criterion
To allsnirerlnir with Throl, Long or Witting I)lwff,
BtwnachCatrrti,Bcro'iil, Artbnii.or Unw IW-IJ
Itv, etc,, will bn Klvcn iimiita bottte pt Dlt. OOH
Dl'N'H rilOCOLATK KMUlJlON tf trial. Call at
ftorouf llniLHTMi lrn ' , Honolulu, U. I. "ItU
guaranteed at 1'alaUtlo as 11111; ur Uouey.
'Will cure a cold before It settles
or after It settles. Tho rigut.
time to take it, Is when -you
leci uic coiu coming on.
Prepared only ti;
Perry Davis &Son,,lU
, " Vj "f.
j ta W"I'r
rjw v-l JLl ur Micwmm v V
como without nnv prcuoua vnro-
1...- 'l I. . 1 ... I ..... !. nla.Mt.il 4.-
be prepared. Keep n boLle of
l'trry Dn 13' IV.n II' wnb you.
it relieves nt once.
It Is also a crro euro for Cramps, Colla and
ftnaaii inurniu pain.
might all where one dose of Pnlu
Killer would succeed. If you have
n'couah or cold or miy othcrwintcr
complaint, fry Pain Killer at once.
It never fails to give instant relief.
i-brrt UAvrs & Son, Providence, R. I.
Hollister -:- Drug
130-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Union Express Co.
w "m tuna street,
Not a Trust, but org inized for tho publio
Ofllco King street, opposite the Hawai
ian Gnzetto Co. r
Lxprfss wagons and drays always ready
for the pnrposs of removing bnggngo and
Ohookiug of baggago to depot or wharves,
fnm hotels or residences promptly ana
carefully attended to by competent men.
Wagons rocet all steamers and bapgage
placodin otir charge will bo stored or de
Charges, tho lowest in the city.
Honolulu, H. I.
SrjLLmN & Booklet, MnnVru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent on3 Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Hnw'n Hotel Stables, 01
Pantheon Stables, &i,
Fnahion Stables, 148.
BAdAQE delivered and chook
ed to anSarner. Furniture
and Pinrios carefully movod at
Fort and Queen St8.
Day Tel. 012, Residence Tel. 643.
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to be the finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewolry in
spec. ' designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Street.
IS MY SPECIALTY.
BC. Gr. 33IA.HT,
Bythe S. S. "Toyo Mara" wo received nn
Sill-; -Scarf tfies, piuxiisliiiig
And many other varieties
KtiST" AVo need monoy and will
Hotel tjceCltobiuson Block.
The . . .
Has n largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimotos givon for house wir
ing; and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
next to Lucas' Mill
brays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted up tvith nil tho Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Blacksmithing and Horco Shooing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
' AND ItEPAIltnn.
Blachnithinginijll Us Branches.
W. W. WlllOilT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West.)
TOM CHUNG -KEE,
No, 47, . . . '. Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentlo
', men's Shoes.
Boots and Bhnes to order. I use the best
material. Goods warranted towear well. 143-'
FOOK ON- & CO.,
Just opened now supply of First-class Shoes
Ladies' & Gents' Shoes Mads to Order
From American and French Leathers.
' Qooda Weatera
ot jy anfj aiicy G00ds.
sbll everything cheap to got it.'
Next door to OrcWay &.rorter.
NO GAMBLING !
I have been stopped from offer
ing premiums, but as a roward for
vour natronaoo. ahd to tbo norson
holding tho groatest number of
Tickets, July 1st, I will make a
present of two Silk Dress Pattorns,
15 yards enol), or ono fino Silk
Shirt and ono dozen Silk Hand
kerchiefs. These tickots will bo
handed you with every ono dollar
cash purchase Thoro will bo no
gambling or guessing of any num
bers; all that you havo to do is to
keep tbo tickets and present them
at my store, July 1st, and if you
havo tbo largest number tho pre
sent is yours.
llobinson Illook, Hotel Btroet.
Hats! -:- Hats!
K&dB To (Me Ag tjle
Ladies and Gents.
Now Styles Every MONDAY and
Best Straw Hats,
No. 32S Nnaanu Street. ?32-tt
Te YolohBmu Specie Banlj
ciAkti.i rtni Von io fivi nrti
Pnlcl nntJanltal.. .!!!!!!'.!!Yon 4!600!000
ltesoneFuud Von 4,130,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, NowVorlt,
San Francisco, Bbauglini,
Bombay, , Hong Kong.
Trausffcts n Qonerol Baukiug and Ex-
Agency Yokolintua Spetio Bank
New RepnMlc BniUUne. HonolnlD, H. L
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors arv.l Frovhions, Sakl a specialty,
Allen Stuekt. 'rrxrrHONE 703'.
Formerly tho Bay Horso Saloon
Corner Bethel and Hotol Streots, Honolulu,
SPECIAL EATINQ IIOUSE:
Vrivato Booms for Ladies and Qentlomen,
Upen from 5 a, m. to 1 m morning.
Price of Tickets, $4.50. Siuglo Meal, 25o.
' JSTew Hesta-urant,
Bothol strtet nbovo Tost Ofllco.
NICE AND CLEAN.
Chicken on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. Ico Cream on Sundays Fino
Salads with dinner each day.
Meals, 25c. 2 Tiokets, $4.50.
(All CHOCK, I'ropr.)
Meals 25 Cents. gLEEAJNtN.. .
Privuto.Booni for Ladies.
Cobneu Hotel and Union Sts.
410 Hotel street, near Nuuanu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions.
Chinese. Tea and
GROCERIES, -r RICE,
All kinds of i Canned Fruit, Cigars,
and a large assortment of good! too
numerous to mention at the very
ALL KINDS OF MANILLA CIGARS
rOK BALK AT
Opposito Pantheon Larbcr Shop, nt Lowest
l'riccs. Try my
Flor Finn, La Perla Del Oricnlc,
La Puerata Del Sol and
The Smoker's Favorites.
FRESH :-: IPjRUTTS
Dy every California steamer.
Importers of all kinds of Groceries, Fruits,
Canned Gooda, Cigars and Tobaccos,
at Lowest l'riccs.
Fresh Vegetables Always on Hnnd.
' SING WO,
Corner King and Detlicl streets,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccos
Best brands of Manilla Cigars
snd finest Cigarettes., . .
At lowest prices.
AH PING, .
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Feannt Oil, Sagsr, Soap,
Candles, etc., at lowest
market pneo. ....
Corner Nnuanu and i'anahl streets. 143
HOP HING & COMPANY,
'Wholcsalo Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
403 Hotel street.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
145-tf Corner King and Mannakea Sts.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CltOCKEUY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETO
Water ripes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
142- No 41, Nuuanu street
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC.
At lowest prices, go to
WINQ TAI LUNQ.
!I31 Nuuann street
LAI STJST& KEE.
ALL KINDS OFTINWAUE, CHOOKERT,
etc., at Uio very lowest prices. King street
makai and Ewa of Maunakca.
CHEONG KEE CO.
All kinds of tinware, crockery,
flto, at lowest prices, . . .
141 Nnuaun and llolol strooti .
LIN SING KEE,
3?lumber & Tinsmith
Dealer In Tin and Agate Ware.
All kltds of Flumblngdono In a Satisfactory
Manner at Lowest Bates.
1. O. Box 274,
4C3 Hotel St
MANUFAOTUKER, : UPHOL
STERER : ANP : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor nnd Builder.
No. 89, Nuuanu Btroet.
Has on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes. Desks, Matreises, etc
tf Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VLNG FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired
Building hbuftcs and making rlco mill a spe
cially. P. O. Box 1UJ, corner King and Bethel
W. W. Aha ha
Makos Clothing to OKDER of the
vry best imperials and In the yery
latest style. . . .
A. Perfoob Fit
ALL OF MY WOrKMEN APyE
Cleaning and Repairibg a Spocialty
W. W. AHUNA.
To Whom It
This is to certify that G. Akims.
has mado several suits of clothes
for mo and tho workmanship has
been of tho best. I take pleasure
in recommending him and hir
JAMES P. OBERTUEFFER.
Snits to order. Fit Guaranteed, l'ine Dnck
Suit, ?5np( Fino Tweed Pants, $4.60 npj
Fino Unit, $18 up. Clothes cleaned and w '
paired. 200 KINO STKEET.
P. O. Box 144.
Chock Che'e & Co., Merchant Tallorr,
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired.
No. 322 Nnnana Street.
215-ly P. O. Box 233.
1( yon want your Clothes Dyed and made
to look new, call aronnd at
Merchant :-: Tailor.
48 Nuuann street,' P O Box 153.
C T. AKANA
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT TAIL'OR, V
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices,
145 Clothes clcaucd and repaired.
"W. .A.hiu &
320 Nunnnn Street.
Fine Suitings from Bout American and
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired.
Fashioiialile Dress Maker.
131 It)RT STnEET.
Dresses made to order. .Sewing, gua
ranteed. If the stitches break I will re
pair without extra chargo.
Con fcrac tors, DBuilders
Fnrnituro Dealers and Painters.
Fort Street, opposito Club Stables.
CHIN WO & CO.
Youn Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Bcretanfa and Nuuanu st., Honolulu.
ItlCE l'LANTEUB-Always have for sale tb
best qualify of rice. Our rice marked W O C
Is guaranteed to bo Al.
Audits for the follow
Agents for the following rice plantations;
llama. Halnwa. Moanalna. Walklkl. Walnlo.
Palama, Halawa, Moanalna, Walklkl, Walplo
Kalawao, Kawalliapa and Waloll, Oahn, and
Tel. 218. POBoxfMZ,
YEE ON CO.,
S17 Nuuanu St. P. O, Box 14S.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry, ALL
Importers ot Watches and Clocks of Flnect
No. 403, Nuuanu street.
Has just received n now liuo of
DBY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS
SnOES AND GENERAL MEROHAN-
Agont for the following rico plantations
Walplo, Wolawa, Waimalu, WaialuaT'
Kancoho and ICapalama,
g)G My rico from Kaneohe is marked
L A and is guarantied Al.
P.O. Box 114, Telephono 102,
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