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'Jlie fileiuner Uiuntilla wn aflunt
for a n hour oii tho lUth, but hail
to bu btiacluulon uccount of many
Secretary Malot Prevostof the
Yenezuelnn lJounilary Commis
sion, emphatically donios that a
decision lins been reaohctl. Tho
Coinmistnou has not got till tho
fr.ctH wantil yet.
Archbishop Ireland has pub
lished a lottor, at tho irerjucst of
twenty-seven business men of
Minnesota, in whioh ho warnB tho
people that tho ltouublio would
bo endangered by tho election of
General 11. H. Warfield of Cal
ifornia received a niossngo on tho
14th iust., announcing tho death
of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Cor
mier, in Eochester, H. Y. Hor
husbaud was a French physician,
to whom slin wns married in Bep
COltDETT fiTILL TALKING.
Jim Corbelt does not favor tho
idea of mooting Tom Sharkey in
San Francisco for tho puree of
610,000 oirered by tho National
Athletic Club. In fact, ho is still
inclined tobolievo Hint tho club is
ouly trying to fool him and if tho
National poople do not post tho
sntiro purfao ho will not entertain
any furthor propositions from
SILVER C'OIXED UY THE JMNT.
A titatcmcut prepared by the
Bureau of tlio Mint shows that
during September, 1890, tho Mint
coined silver bullion purohased
under tho act of July 10, 1890,
2,700,100 standard silver dollurs,
contiining 2,0S8,Uo8 ounces of
puro silver, tho cost of which waB
$1,80(5,071, giving a Boigniorago or
prolit of S837,'12S to tho Govern
ment, which has been deposited
in tho Treasury.
TOM REED COMING.
Tom Reed of Maino is going to
wind up tho campaign in Califor
nia. Tho trip, ho said, contains a
touch of sentiment. It was in
California that ho began tho prnc
tico of law. IUied's Republican
friends in California recently
showered letters in upon him. So
Reed canceled his other engage
ments and decided on making tho
trip. He will be accompanied by
his brilliant daughter, Miss Kittie,
who snys she is anxious to seo tho
place whoro hor father first started
to make hia fame and fortune.
JIIGHBINDEI1S DRIVEN OUT.
Tho end of tho highbinders in
San Francisco has come. A dozeu
headquarters of tho hatchetmon
wore destroyed on October 14, aud
next day tho work of destruction
was to be finished. Beginning at
noon, tho agonts of the Consul
Genoral overthrow tho josbgh,
broke down tho signs and dis
mantled the headquarters until
now, where tho liulchettuou have
been wont to meet is desolato and
the Colostial deaporadoos aro
homeless and hunted. Those
strong measures woro taken while
tho highbiuders woro ready to
.begin n fresh campaign of boycott
and murder. Soma of thoir most
recent victims woro dying at tho
DARING MAIL ROHUERY.
Ogdon, Utah, October 1-1. Ouo
of tho most daring hold-ups in
tho history of railroad -travel in
Utah occurred early this morning
within oight miles of this city.
At a few minutes hoforo 2 o'clock,
just after the Union Pacific pas
senger No. 3, wo6t bound, had
orossed Strawberry bridge, about
a mile east of Uuitah station,
which is oight miles from this
city, it wtiB held up by a lone ban
dit, who, nttor- thoroughly torro-
riziug the train crow, managed to J
getaway witu a nuraoer ot rents
tored letters eocurcd from tho San
FranoiBco and Sacramento mails.
Whether the booty secured
amounts to vory much is impoBsi
blo to determine, as local post
office authorities aro not in a posi
tion to atalo.
SHOT 11Y HIS FRIEND.
Montoroy, Cnl., Oct 11. Count
Wolfgang vou Iiallt'strem, a young
Gorman urtist, related to some of
tho noblest "families of his native
land, was shot and killed by his
bosom frie-ad and traveling com
panion, Charles Abigcr, at Point
Lobos, six miles fiom Monterey,
last night. A chargo of shot tore
a great hoks in lJallestrom's breast
and ho died instantly.
Abigor declares that tho shoot
ing was entirely accidental and
occurred during a friendly strug
gle over a shotgun. Grave doubt
is thrown on this story by some
of tho facto in thocaso and Abigor
is in jail ponding an investigation.
NAVAL OF-KiaFH RESIGNS.
Dr. Hamilton of tho United
Statos Mnrine Hospital, stationed
at Chicago, has wired his resigna
tion to President Cleveland.
Hamilton has not received a reply
from tho President. Some time
ngo Hamilton wns ordered to tho
Marino Hospital at San Francis
co. Ho intulo an official protest,
which was overruled. He was
notified that ho must proceed to J
ban 1' ranciKco iorthwitli. Ho
thou decided to retire from the
service. Tho telegram of resigna
tion wns abort and sharp.
"Tho whole thing whb worked
by Surgeon General Walter Wy
man," said Dr. Hamilton. "I holp
etl to place him in his present
position, nnd now ho is so jealous
he has swung everybody ho could
inlliionce to have ino Iriiusferred.
When I was sick last yenr ho sent
u spy ou here, and I was put
under survoiUauee to see if I was
STORM ON THE ATLANTIC.
Now York, Oct.2. A voritablo
hurricnue has swept over this sec
tion of the country today, the
I wind blowing with terrific force,
j reaching atSandy Hook a velocity
of seventy fivo miles per hour
hist night. I he tideB roso to a
height many foot greater thau has
boon seen for yenrs, and tho waves
all along the Atlantic coast swept
in with a forco that carried every
thing before them, and did dam
age to the amount of many hun
dreds of thousands of dollars.
Snndy Hook nnd points along tho
Jersey coast folt tho fury of the
storm most of all, but Conoy isl
and experienced, so far as has
been learned, tho most direful ro
Btilts. Tho beaches were swept
clean, pavilions wero overturned
and carried seaward, bathing
houses and board walks, every
thing not far inland ou the fam
ous lslnnd, woro torn up und piled
high boyond the coast Hue or car
ried out to son.
RANK RORUERS SHOT DEAD.
Meeker, Col., October 11.
Three bold robbers woro killed
and four citizons wero wounded
during an attempt to rob tho Bank
of Mookor today. Tho dead are:
George Harris, Charles Johph and
William Smith. Tho bank, which
i8 located iu tho commercial es
tablishment of Hughes it Co., was
crowded with people at the time,
and it is a wonder that half a
dozen more were not killed nnd a
dozen or more wounded, for bul
lets Hew thick hack and forth
across the street liko hail for a
few momeuts. It is tho most dar
ing attempt mndo ou a bank in
tho West for the past quarter of a
century. ,Tho robbers hold up tho
bauk employes and the crowd,
firing two shots to cow them. The
roports of tho pistols alarmed tho
town and the citizens hastily
armed and, while the robbers
were taking their time in gotting
a Back filled with money, a strong
forco was waiting around tho bank
outside. Whon they found thorn
solves thus cornered after driving
the people out of tho bank, the
robbers began firing right and loft
at tho armed citizens. They boou
foil riddled with bullets. A num
ber of peoplo woro woundod
slightly. Ohnrlos Dikoman was
shot in tho arm; Charles Booth,
scalp wound: W. P. Hor rick,
i finger hot off; W. H. Clark,
1 wounded in brenst, not mortally.
i Londou, Oct. 11. Tho cories-
: pendent of the Cbrouiclo at Paris
Biiyn lie Iiiib gfod authority for
saying that l'rincu Bismarck s
health is causing serious anxiety.
Sir William Yoruou Hiircourt,
replying to au inquiry oti the
subject; tolegrapliB liiero . is no
truth iil-jlho report that ho has
resigned "the leadership of the
Liberal party iu the House of
Vienna, October 12. Tho Un
torhntiB of tho Roichstrnth haB
passed ii resolution iu favor of
the AuBtro-Hnugury Government
nrnking au overtnro to the powerH
for tho formation of nu interna
tional court of arbitration.
Tho British Embassy nt Paris
has received a formal commuui
cation of tho decision of tho
French Government not to graut
tho extradition of P. J. V. Tynau,
the Irish-Arnericaii alleged dyna
miter. It was announced that
Tynan would ho released on the
Georgo lu Maurior, tho English
author, is doad. Tho American
furor over "Trilby" was probably
tho greatest marvel of his lifo to
Du Mauricr himbolf, and English
men aro said to think that "Tril
uy Killed him, bringing society I
claims upon his time and strength J
which he was uot able to Btanu.
AUOIIIIISHOP OF CANTER11URY DEAD. '
Chester, Eng., Oct. 12. Tho
remains of the Archbishop of
Canterbury, Edward Whito Bon
sou, D. D., who died suddenly at
divine services in tho church at
Hawardou yestcrday,whoro ho was
the guest of W. E. Gladstoue, aro
Btilt at tho rectory at Hawnrden,
where they aro watched by clergy.
It lms been decided, if tho Homo
Secretary will permit it, that tho
body will be hud to rpht iu Can
terbury Cathedral. Gladstone is
deeply snddoned at tho death of
his old friend. Tho Queen hns
telegraphed a warm lotter of sym
pathy to tho widow. She Hays
her own sorrow is groat, for plio
"was no fond of the dear, kind, ex
cellent Archbihhop." Tho Arch
bishop was 07 years of ago in
July. Ho was a great scholar.
Famino is threatened iu tho
Amur provhico of Asiatic Russia,
tho crops having boon destroyed
FIGHTING IN RELUC1I1STAN.
A section of tho Narri tribo of
Afghans bus attacked tho Sanari
Station on the Quetta Railway, in
Beluchistnn, killing the entire
stall", except the station mastor,
who lost an arm. A detachment
of troops is hold in readiness to
occupy Sanari. ' It is supposed
tho troubles aroso from a frontior
END OF THE MATARELE TROURLE.
Cecil Rhodes, Enrl Groy, ad
niinisttator for tho British South
African Company, and tho other
chief officials havo held a final in
dnba vith tho Matabelo chiefs.
Mr. Rhodes announced to them
that after yiolding up their arms
nnd thoso of their numbor who
hnd been guilty of murdoring
whites, tho Mutubclcs must locato
themsolves in specified districts
of tho country. Tho principal
chiofs would bo held responsible
and would receivu monthly bhI
aries from tho British Chartered
South African Company. Tho
chiofs all agreed to this proposi
tion and it is bolioved that the
whole Matabelo trouble is now at
' m: i:vsn:itx iiui:stion.
UNITED STATES STEAMER RANOROrT
TO GO TO CONSTANTINOPLE.
Now York, Oct. Id. Tho Sun's
Washington special says: Tho
publication in the Sun this morn
ing of tho determination of tho
Government that tho practice ship
Baucroft shall bo anohored off
Constantinople aronsod uow inter
est in tho Turkish question. At
tempts have been niado to deny tho
accuracy of the dispatch, but
without success. Tho Bancroft
has boon orderod to go to Con
stantinople, and as she cannot do
this with the assent of tho Tur
isli authorities, she will pass tho
Dardanelles without it. These
aro facts, and Whito IIouro de
nials based ou technicalities do
not alter them in tho least.
The Bancroft may bo and pro
bably will be nblo to pass the
Dardanelles without trouble, but
this can only bo dotormiued aftor
tho attompt is made. Diplomats
and public men iu Washington
appmhond that no serious coaso
queuces would follow a bold
stroke on tho part of this Govern
ment, and many of them assort
that if tho State Dopartmnut gives
a firm and decided notification to
the Porto that it proposes being
represented iu Turkish waters
by a guardBhip no defiant ob
jection would" bo raised. They
havo cautiously commended
tho courso as outlined in
tho Sun this morning, and aro
confident that if the Adniinistra
tion cast aside tho precedent
which has given Bilout recognition
to the Porto's contention that wo
aro not entitled to hnvo a guard
ship at Constantinople, and soud
tho Bancroft to tho Dardanelles,
tho way will bo opon to the Eu
ropean powers to reach a satiB
factory conclusion of tho Eastern
question, whoso gravity for somo
months has come vory near up
setting tho peace of Europe.
London, Octobor-i. Tho morn
ing papors discredit tho report
set alloat in tho United Statos that
tho Bancroft was to proceed
through tho Dardanelles without
regard to any protest olFerod by
Turkey, and was to bo protected
in doing bo, if necessary, by tho
United Statos squadron atSymrna.
Tho Chronicle, sujigestB, iu com
menting upon tho roport, that in
the oveut of thoUuitedStatcB decid
ing to do for Earopo what Europe
does not euro to do for herself, the
j United States with threo
cruisors might peizo tho customs
at Smyrna. Tho Graphic and
Pofit concur in tho opinion that
such action as the passage of tho
; Dardanelles by tho Bnncroft would
fail to settle the Eastern problom.-
The Post thinks perhaps there is
n kornel ot truth in tho roport
that Russia's good offices havo
been invoked to induco tho Sultan
to permit an American mau-of-war
to proceed to CoiiBlautiuo
plo. A Romo dispatch to tho Daily
News roports that tho Foreign
Office thore donios that tho 'pow
ers wott'd Biipport tho United
States iu an attempt to forco the
Berlin, October 12. Tho Frank
furter Zoitung says tho Sultan
has issued ou irado promising
state reforms for tho wholo of
Till: CU1IAN WAH.
RERELH SUFFER LOSSES.
Now York, Oct. 13. A oispatch
to tho Horald from Gibara, Cuba,
says: Tho Herald's correspon
dent in Baracoa roports tho land
ing of a new filibustering expedi
tion in Marivi, Eastorn Cuba. 1
undeiBtand that the part brought
1000 riilos and a proportionate
quantity of muuitiouB. Tho mou
(lihOinbarkod from a ilnytiau
schooner between two Spanish
forts neither of which was a mile
and a half away. The war nmto
rial wan all transported into the
interior boforo any alarm was
Tho Spanish Daily Novedades
of New York city publishes a
denial of the reported lauding of
a new filibustering expedition in
A dispatch to tho Herald from
Havana says Gonoral Gonzales
Muuos, iu commond of n division
of ro-ouforccmonts, loft Havana
on board tho transport Avilos yos
torday for Piuar dol Rio to ro
sumo operations iu tho field.
MatanzaB official ndvicos indi
cate that insurgent parties are ad
vancing from tho oaBt through
Sauta Clara province. Thoy hUvb
boon repulsed by Colonel Molimis'
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GUAYAQUIL SWEPT BY FIRE
iu).nini:ns iMittnoxor rm:i:?VAO-
OKKA Oil V I.V Itl'IXS.
M'iu I.lvi'- t.nil mill riinu-iiixl. ot
tluillili'o ;itlxi'ii .'hiiiiIiiu
Out In rirlil..
Now York, N.Y., Oct. 8. The
HeialU'H Bpouial cable from Guay
aquil, Ecuador, Bays: Moro than
half this city hna been destroyed
by firo. The loss of lifo is grcaf,
but tho oxact numbor cannot bo
givon. Tho fire has beeu burning
for twonty four hours and is not
Many persons who wore in tho
arsenal when tho ilamos burnt
forth aro bolioved to have been
burned. Thousands of citizens
aro homeless and aro camping in
tho fiolds uear tho city. Provi
sions aro Bcarco, and thore is Borne
danger of famine. '
Iu February last the city was
visited by a destructive fire, in
which jiroperty worth, $1,000,000
was Sostfoyed .
Tho Huritld'u dispatch" front
Panama sayB that a dispatch from
Guayaquil states that the wholo
commorcial portion of tho city,
including four of tho largest bank
ing institutions, woro swept away
by tho flames.
Tho Iosbcs aro roughly estimat
ed at $(500,000,000. Tho corres
pondent says the firo is believed to
havo boon of incendiary origin.
Guayaquil mis a population of
40,000 people. It is a Bishop's
see and hns niuo churches, a col
logo, a Bomiuary, convents and
two semi-weekly newspapers.
Largo ships can como up tajlro
town, which is tho principal port
of Ecuador. Tho chiof exports
aro cocoa, Panama hats, hides,
cotton, tobacco, calisaya and other
barks, colTeo, etc., valued in some
years nt over $100,000,000, tho im
ports being evon groator in vnlne.
It ib tho seat of sovoral manufac
'I tin Price l Now S2.00.
That portion of tho Hawaiian
peoplo who purchase directories
havo boon tho habit of paying
$1.00 per copy. Mr. Husted's
rehash was sold at that liguro a
loug as tho public could bo in
duced to pay that amount. If a
prospective customor objectod to
that figure the price was reduced
and now Hustod's Directory goes;
begging at $2.00 tho copy. In
fact ono merchant in Honolulu
was offered a copy at $1.00. As
thoro aro hundreds of mistakes
(which will bo published shoctlyj
tho work is dear ovon at one dol
lar. For ono iuBtnnco, tnkpjithfl
lottor K (Honolulu) nnd 2:i ,'dl
names will bo found and tifiQ
names will occupy 8J pages,.. ,Jt j
Ilucliiir to Honolulu.
I -. . 0
Tho Call of October QtfUias, the
following: Tho barlooutino AtldVm
Bosso and tho burbotitirie'Afouiir
sailcd for 1101101(1111" yeBtordn.
Both voBsnls aro Tully' loaded lu'iu
have Hovoral piiBiierigora on'chvrjfo
captains aro confident thnttlivVy
will mako good timeiuidOaptuin
Potter asserts,' thui ha.will heat tho
Archer by twenty- four Aioursint
loast. A iDumbor if Hoiiolulii
pooplo wont wnyviu,itho Arelito,
and tho mtinibfurDhfiiho HawaiiUn
baud wero down to seo thornnlY.
Thoy ljhicd sovorj) niusical; se
lection's." aiiir pang n, numupr ot
native Jjfongs, inithfto tho edifiqa,-'
tiou of'a.prQwd .o.about 300d'jq
Hfetf'rt.tq li'ear, tlio.i
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tftitfcHiit Mltli-aysiH-rMti, JHitflMollte taitki- '
pucjlln liarjurrd jiaii tliy.iumiui pf,eftf,c,i('
tliU disease. ' It tciiici) the stomach. regiibfe
t1:6 tinwvlt mid rmtiitiirth'e' iriacldncrv'ftr the
systmn hi (food (iiriincj order, iM4rro.Kf i
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