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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 29, 1896.
SAN QUENTIN FOR LIFE
DO YOU LIKE (MET ? t
108 KING STREET.
Q. J. WAiiMtn -- Manager.
Wamnci Block, 2IBkhktaniaSt.
sknthncie or jajit.s cajiimikmn
OAl'IOlt IIV J I) 1X1 1! WALLACE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TRUE INDIAN CUMY
Wlntlirn iTlnltm n Npcccli Alter IIIw
I.nwjrr'n notion lor n Jiow
TiIhI, Is Ornlnl.
Do You Kead Them ?
Do You "Want One ?
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD) AS. CURRY
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Olivor W. Wiuthrop, llio captor
and robber of James Cnmpboll,
was sentenced by Judge Vallaco
iu San Francisco on Monday the
21st inst. Scntenco was not pass
ed, however, until Frank Boll,
Wiuthrop's lending attorney, had
made a hard, though hopeless,
fight for a now trial, nor until
"Wiuthrop himself had tuado a re
murkable plea. Tho motion was
based on ordinary statutory
grounds and on two other pro
positions delayed evidence of D.
A. Urquhart'a criminal record
mid "mibfonduut on the part of
one or more members of the jury."
Tho motion was deuied by Judge
AVallaco, and nn appeal will be
taken to the Supreme Court on an
exception to the ruling. Urquhart
was a witness for the prosecution,
whom the defenso say had been
convicted of crimo in Manitoba.
After Mr. Boll's motions had all
boon denied, the judge a second
time nsked AVinthrop:
"Have you nny thing to say?"
"1 have," firmly responded tho
prisoner slowly and in a ringing
voice. "In tho first placo
before I wns arraigned I hud been
tried and convicted mid sentenced
by tho newspapers. In tho second
placo, I camo in here and have not
had a fair trial. The prosecuting
attorney in charging the jury bull
dozed them; ho told thoui they
woro not lit to administer justice
if thoy did not hud me guilty. (
Thoreforo they received wrong ,
ideas. The District Attorney had
impugned their honesty. After I
nn arrested tho Police Depart
ment denied my friends admission
to boo me. Those who camo to
tee mo found tho whole power of
the Police Department used to
peiueuule them. Every time thoy
camo soma minion of tho law per
secuted thorn. Ouo perjured wit-
ness was tnkeu into tho juryrooui
and identified one of tho mott
honest citizens of San Francisco.
"l'ou know, your Honor, that I
pleaded to bo tried before your
Honor, knowing you to bo ouo
who exercised your own opinions
in interpreting tho law. But when
I camo in nnd in two dnys was
forced to triul I thought it was
unjust. "Whon that old man got
on tho 6tand and said that sooner
but I'll say no moro on that
"Thoro wero material witnesses
whom 1 was unablo to secure. I
niu a poor man. My wife has beeu
trying to find them. Every ono
knows that for a woman to hunt
up witnesses is hard work, but I
expeot that beforo many days wit
nesses will como hero and take
the stand and certify to what thoy
know, and it will not bo parjurod
Judge Wallace did not think
that tho jury rested uudor any
suspicion on tho score of its in
telligence and ability. For those
qualities and an ovidont desiro to
Do just it exhibited conspicuous
superiority. Ho declared that
AVinthrop was unknown to him
when presented in tho court.
After settiug tho case for ail early
day ho reflected that moro timo
might bo required, and so ho set
aside the first setting and resot
tho ense for a Inter day. No com
plaint was nindo that tho timo was
too soon. It wns sot by consent.
"On tho whole," concluded
Judge Wallace, "I deny the mo
lion for a new trial. It is suffi
cient upon this verdict to sny that
tho sentence of tho Court is thut
you bo imprisoned in tho State
Prison at Son Quontin for tho
tonn of your nntural life."
Winthrop hoard the sentence
without a tremor,aud in the din of
tho builitr's attempts to suppress
n demonstration in tho lobby tho
clear voice of tho white-faced con
vict wns hoard to say:
Ho sat down. The click of
handcuffs followed and tho officers
with their prisonor pushed their
way through tho dense crowd to
the City Piieon below.
Attorney Frank Boll, who de
fended AVinthrop, feels almost
certain that ho will bo granted a
new'trinl on a number of grounds.
Immediately nftor tho passing of
We Wave the
Callighan cV Co.,
Little, Bpown & Co.,
We mnko a specialty of
be pleased to have tho
Legal Fraternity of tho ,
Islands call on us when
wanting a Law publica
tion, at the lowest possible
price. Wo are also
Law Office Supplies:
Document Files. Leal
Papers, Typewriter Pa
pers, Ribbons for AM;
makes of Machines.
In fact, wo can show you tho
greatest variety of Labor sav
ing devices of any House in
Town. If you want to save
monoy, come our way, wo are
tho Money Savers for you.
Wall, Nichols Go,
113 KING STREET.
startling, But go I
Wc placed an import order
for five hundred dozen pairs of
children'' 8 fast black stockings,
'cause xce thought them cheap.
Should have been here for July selling.
Maker pays dearly for delay.
Meant for 25 cents a pair.
Lateness squeezes two pair into
the price of ONE.
startling, But go!
I. LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
$& Shirt3 Made to Order.
Sale is Over!
But I am Bellini: all of my
stock of (roods very ctioitp.
My specialties for this
week nro . . , .
Silk Crepes --
STMW HATS I
Robinson Illock, 1G Hotel street,
The Evening Bulletin, .75 cents
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metopolifcm Weat Go.
21-1 Nuuano Stheet.
The Vow finest
eMpaled .-. Meaty
Como and see our
HEW 0HI0AG0 B5FBI65BAT0R3.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Fropi
Beef, ?? Mutton,
Pork, K5L Veal,
Of tho Finest Varieties.
Sinkers or tho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
310 Nurmun street, opp. Clinplain lano.
P. O. Box 301.
City Feed Store
Old Armory, Boretouia fats.
L, H. Dee& Co.
KEEP NOTHING BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY.
Det Uvcrmoro Vulley Hay, larRO and
small roped: A 1 Bonanza Surprlso Oats,
mUed client mid cruel.ul corn for Hem nnd
Olilckens. Larc shipment of Flour per 3 S
"Mlowera," Cancadia, Noulty A, and Ex
cellent. Tlie&o brands always ou liand
Next montli largo eblpmcnt ol Oregon Pota
toes to bo kept nlttajs on band. I'bop teed
for Cows nnd Worktn-r Stock Is handled by
us only. Family tude eollelUd. (loodt. de
For tho Equino Table iu tho
wny o all kirnlB First Olnss
HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED
Are on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED COffl'Y
138 Fort St Tel. 422.
of Groceries arc moro palatable as well
as healthier thun the other kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(WarlnuUlock, J Ucrctanla Street).
Handle nothing but the best. Llbby &
McNeill's Canned Meat. KliiK-Morsu
Table Fruits, Oblrurdclll's Chocolate.
Milkmaid llrand Milk, Paragon Pure Lard
Big- Tklenionk G80 "a
C. KLEMME & CO.,
.110 Fort Btree't, corner Chaplain lane.
H. Y CO.,
Wholesalo and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephone 22 P.O. Box 470
Plumbing and Gas
iltfcinrr Sanitaiy Work a Specialty
fC0 Jobbing promptly attended to.
Tolophouo 7il5. 285-tf
Iinpoitcru nuil Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 i: 123 King Btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Bath. Tnbs, lined with best
quulity, No. 10 zinc, G in. Pipe, Uhaiu and
Due, with wood lim all complete. Othei
dealers nro dmufoumlcd, and resort to all
innnuor of Tricks and Excuses.
Be not deceived, those Bath Tubs have
been Bold for Sit' until I reduced the price.
I am propuretl to do ull work in my lice
and (marautie satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Tolophouo 844, and I am your
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith fc Plumber
For Family Usel
Just Received, ex "O. 0. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Dgpaitnrte BaiJ, Goal
Which is offered iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
& CO., L D.
.101 .t 303 Fort street.
KTJ8TACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
.11 Queen Btreet.
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
Is proparod to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1890.
In Quantities to Suit.
Orders solicited for a future do
A. F. COOKE, Slannfrer.
At WAIKIK1 on car lino anil on PA
LAMA HOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots are Very Choap and Sold
on Easy Terras.
Desirable Aero Tracts near the city and
other Properties for sale.
BKUCK, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nnd Lands,
.112 Fort Streot, uenr King.
Telephone 607. P. O. Box 821.
Curry Powder as -made by
Recipe from tlio
527 Fort Street,
Bicycles to Burn
Gome and havo
Tho leading, wlicelof tho world. I nmngpnOfor til
above bicycle aud also for tho
A. Xerfeefe "Wheel. My I-rices Suit the.
Times and I am Selling
So as to fit your pockot book
21 Kaahumrmu Street.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Piimos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Itosidence and Night Tel. 815. 510 & 520 Fort Street. Tel. 179
H. HACKFELD & CO.
E HACKFELD & CO.
201 to 215 Fort Street.
Just Received and For Sale
At the New Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gato Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc.
ua is prepared after tihe Original'
a look at tho-
212 King Street.
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