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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 28, 3890.
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IDENTIFIED JX TIME.
After n brief auminliip up from tlw
Judgo the Jury found u verdict of guilty
without leaving tlio box. Then tho cluik
put tlio fnriuiil quostlon:
"Prisoner nt tlio Imr, you lmvo henrd
tlio verdict of tho jury. JInvo you any
thing to Hny why ponhuico of death should
not lie pnsml upon you?"
"Well, ciip'n, It s Imrd to bo hung for
notliln, but 1 ran sco thin ycro Is n yard
arm biulness. 1 know no nioro o' thin
'ero burglary nor u hubby, but thoso wit
nesses lin'n't told no lies, I s'poso. And
wlmt can I R.iy iijfln 'em? When this thlnjf
ciimo nit, 1 whs lighting the sl.iU'H of thn
gold eoiiKt. Hut ou'o got no t-nll to be
lleo tlint, so thoro'fian end o't."
'lluiro wiim Miniethlng hlulf und ninnly
about tho prisoner manner which tin
preyed thojiidgc, who said, not unkindly.
"Hut, unruly prisoner. If your story "is
true, you must lmvo friends and comrades
with whom ou could lmvo roiiiiuiml
cntud? If you had thought thoy could do
you good, you would liuodono this. It
is too lato now."
"You'ro right, cnp'n; It Is too lato. Hut
It's all ery well to wy 'Let 'em know'
when a man Is leeked up In Jail and can't
read or write and don't know whero
they lire. Uluy may bo In Amcrlky, and
tlioy nmy bo nt tho Capo, and how could I
lot Vm know? Leastways not In time.
No, It's Tio un, eup'n, mid joii'd belter
order 11:0 to lio run up to thujaidurm at
Kvery ono In ctmrt stand In amaoment
nt tho 1 tin 1 1 who thus in lly urged tho
Judgo to Iristcn his execution whllo ut tho
B.11110 tlmo prntiMinjt bNluno'enee. Tho
judgo was otlrioiitly tuvln d.
"Hut, prlni'ii.T, tho court Inn no wlli to
hung a man who may bo Innocent. Is
thcro no ono ho could xpeak for you?"
"Not likely" ho U-gan. Hut suddenly
ho stopped Bliort, a look of astonishment
enmo over his face, ho lo-mid eagerly for
wnrd, his cjes Fronted storting from their
tockct. Slowly 'liiuin.it, W1M011 nilml Ills
arm, and, pointing Mileinnly to tho
stranger from tho Lion hold, who sat on
tho leneli, said, In it mulo half cliokul by
"Yo-es; theie's 11 gentleman thoru who
might spe.ik for 1110, If ho would."
The Judgo turned sharply round. "Do
you know tho prisoner'' ho asked.
"No, my lord," wa , tl c reply. "I never
ww liltn tiofcru in my life."
A deep groan burst from tho prisoner,
and It w.is (chord I y something ery llko
11 high of di2.1ppolnt11.cut from tlio people
"Well, Cup'u Shnrpo, It you put tho
rojio lound my neck, I glvo In. Goon, my
lord, I'm ready for tlio yardarni. "
"SUiy," Mild tho Judgo, turning again
to the btrangc r, "aro you C.iit;iln biinrpo?"
"Yes, uiy lord," n" tho reply.
"Well, tho prNonor seems to rccosnlzo
you, and under tho pecHlIar circumstances
I will ask you to stop into thowltiKs
box and be sworn In order thut tho prls
oner m.ij nek jou ijiickiIui "
Captalu hhar;,o stepped Into tho witness
box. 1 homas Wilson begjn to question
"Hcg paidnn, sir, but aro you Cnp'n
Sharpjor his mnjeiity'sBhlp Wultur?"
"Yos, I niu Captain Sharpo, ami I did
command tho Vulturo befcro sho wus paid
"Wuajou, sir, In lommand of her last
spring on tho gold coast?"
"And wasn't I ono of jour eiew."
"O'crri.luly imr. I liuicr s.nv your faro
before In my 11 fo."
"Hut, i-np'n, don't you ronmmbor that
big Arab dhow that gavo cr so much
trouble? Don't 3 er remember bourdln of
"Yea, but all this has been In tho nows
pnpers, whero you hao pmlmbly lead It,
lor 1 am certain you wcro not ono of my
"What, Cnp'n Sharpo!" cried tl.o prls-1
oner, almost In it tinr, "I Mcsn't ono of
your crew I Don't yc.ru muiilx r who tamo
betweon 3 ou aud tho big nigger that wan
,'ust a-goln to cut yer down, mid don't yor
remcmlicr what lio got for It? Don't yor
ix-nieinUT this, Cap'n MurpU"
Aud as ho almost shilokeil out Ikcso
words tho prisoner pulled usido his full
shock of hair and showed a wlilto scr.r ex
tending along tho wholo of the suilp
Lnpti.ln Slinrjo stared hard at tho In-'
terrog.itor, a strange, puiMl expression
camo over ids face; then ho slowly unit-1
"Heavens! Is It possible? Why, you t
must bo loin Wilson, my old boatswain I"
Captain hlmrpo, leaving tho witness box,
inado ids way across tlio umrtto tlio dock. I
Then ho seled tho piUonor by tho hand, ,
mid, turning to tho Judge, with tears In bin
eyes, ho said: j
"My lord, there Is sonio terrlblo mistake
hero. '1 his Is certainly loin WUson, my
old bos'n, but bo's so changed I gupposo 1
liy tho anxiety and Impiisonment holms1
undergone that I did not rocognl.o blin
utllrst. You can't hung tho old bos'n of
tho Yiiltiirn, my loid, unless 3011 liana Ids
captain with him."
Tl.o hieno which follnwed haspiobably
never iiad a parallel in any court tf jus
tice. Tho spectator gaui vent to their
pent up emotions in ringing cheer, which
tlio Judgo mado no attempt to chu. in
deed, bo was himself so atcctul that tho
tears v. ero running down his cl.ecks.
When sllenco was restored, J. Is loninulp
turned to tho jury ami said.
"(lentlemen, I tliln't this is u cito In
Which 3011 may well i (.consider yuur tr
"Wo have," my lord, promptly replied
tho foronmu, "and wo find tho prisoner
About 10 o'clock that night Captain
fiharpo, accompanied by Ills faithful boat
swain, loft Chester for London. Had tho
Judgo and Jury oorhoatd tho ooinersatlon
that passed between them, they would
probably lmo Ikh-ii moi-o astonlsiicd than
in (ourt. "Well, old pal," Captain Hiarpo
was saying, wo pulled through that busl
ness piolty wull, 1 thiuk. That was a good
Iduaof Wily Hob's waiting for tho ver-
diet. Wo tould never havo touehud that I
evldenuo." "Yos," Tom Wlbou answer- i
cd, "mid you in ad it jrfeitl. If j-uu '
had tuttoued to 11m a iiiliiuto fooncr, I'lnj
lloo they'd h.no Iwlgtilit. H'holp 11:0 1
I thought I should ii.,' bust wliun I saw I
:nu oiu Deal; a-Uliibbeiln. "Tit-lilts.
'' r. Jimis iw'- plntiufitypus
nr poit'u' off ovety dui Call
early n A tnnkn your Hii'cctinus.
If you tiro thinking of yotttng n
Bioyolii, now is tho timo to yet
0110 while thoy lnt. This offor of
llAMiiLr.it.s nt S75.00 is not 11 out in
j)rico, so don't wait oxpootinjj to
hlh' tlio prioo conio nny lowor. Wo
uro ofToring 18!)3 wIipoIh nt this
priuo und thoro mo but n fow loft.
This whool is fitted with tho
(iron! O. & .7. 'Vivo
which hns proven so sntisfnetory
in tin's land of tho
Wo nlso lmvo n stook of tiiolSOu
wheels both Indie's nnd gents which
wo nro oHoriug nt a low figure nnd
on easy terms. Conio in and havo
a look at our wheels and sntisfy
yoursolf that we aro in tho 13iyclo
Stop aud thiuk how uiau Niek
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A rido to AVai
kiki is not only n pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by tho use
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOD
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
No. 10 Store
Iigs! 3ugs! Iigs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druugeta.
JEST All Just received at
ALL THE UAN'KltOlT 8T00K OK
Goldbtouo Uros. of Portland, Oio
rou. lias been l'urchased bv
"THE KAsII." '
Tho Stock consists of Muu s Light Weifjlit
Goot3 aed VoMh, in KlzcH fiom S.'l'to
00; Former 1 rieo, $2 CO to $10 I Will
Sell Thoni from SI 23 to 35, iu
Mohair, Camel's Huii aud Flauuel.
Ali-o a Limited Number of Hoy's Co ts mid
Yosts at 1.00, and Children's Suits
from 4 to 13 Years of Ace, fiom S2 to
Goods Will bo Placed on Sala Saturday,
Nov. 21st, and Will Contiuua Until
They Havo lleen Sold Out.
I. LETINSSTOH, Hanaicr.
ArlDiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : Wayerlcy DlOCt
I Mortgagco'i: Hotico cf Intontion
STorccloco and of Saw.
In nccordanco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgngo
mado by Josoph Polo aud Keauio,
his wifo, to II. Dimond, dated
Soptomber 2Gth, 1884, and duly
assigned by II. and J.WatorhouBo,
executors under tho will of II.
pimond, by assignment recorded
in said ollico inLibor 1G3, page
275, Ac, recorded in tlio Eogistor
ofiice, Oiihti, in Liber 8S, pngo
.i()8-9, notice is hereby given that
said inortgagoo intends to-forecloso
tho same for condition biokon, to
wit.: tho nonpaymout of both
principal and interest when due.
Notico iB likewise given that
aftor tho oxpiration of ihreo weeks
from thin dato the property cov
ered by said mortgago will bo
ndvortisod for salo and will lie
sold at public auction nt the nuc
tiou rooms of Jan. F. Morgnn,
Honolulu, on iMnud'iv, the UOtli
tiny of November, 18.) at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
11. WATEK110UNU, Jr.,
Assignee of Mortgage.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Mngoon, Attorney
for II. Wntorhouse, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nov.-Jth, 18(JG.
Tin piup'rty to bu sold is ns
All tliht piec6 or ji.ircol ol land
situated at Kovlo, P-iuoa, Isltu d
of Onhu, d'-pcribed in llnvnl
Patont No lG'JG. Ivulean. 10,27(5,
to Mitliina ns Aji.ui.i 2. T.uo aud
Ku.a land, more particularly de
scribed as follows:
''E liooui'iliti 1111 ko kihi Hoinu
o kn loi kco'o c J. I'likoi l.o kiln
H.kitm nidiika o kein niua, 11 0
liolo Akau 19 K11111. 1GG Knpuni
inn ktiuuiin lu'iwaho o kc k"olo a
hiki i ka I'nhaku i Pea in X pili
ana me ko Kdawnia nlnila lleiuu
3G 3 K0111, 62 Kapn.ii, kihi o
Kuliiwiia, a Akitu 50 3 Kom. .'58
Knpimi iiiialimt a Akau 40 Kom.
11G Knpuni ma ko Kuluwnm la
mail noao a hiki i ko Kokawowo,
nlailu Ht'inu 4G 5 Ktn. 72 Kipmi
ma ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lnwaiii, itlmln ma ia uiua noma
13!;3 DLikinu 281 Knpuni 11 hiki 1
ka poh.ikn rn:i ko ala iiilii, 0 pili
aim me ka mokuiia 0 Kewalo a rao
Auw.iiolimu, alaila, Polelei i uka.
E nili nun mo ku 11 inn o ko kola 11
hiki i knlii i honmuku ai o ku Hi
72-100 eku." 4ol-td
i" t ,
1 it I I L.
- W Xte.
$t " a tT teisixtA
7! ? s .a ? -r !
XI til a --
it r 5 ft 2.
Z I 3. sis gr
For Sale !
For the noxt .'!0 dnys I will offer for snlc
my Coflco Kstntu in Glim, Hawaii. Thii
Property coiihists of 200 Acres, ull suitublo
to the rnihiug of Coffeo.
107 Acit-rt uro cleared nud pbiuted,
105 Acres to coffee containing S5,000tiees.
T2 Acres of which being pluuted nourly a
S3 Acres of which is moro recently planted.
2 Acies is planted to lawn, gnideu nud
Tho Uuildlngs, 1 nwelliug IIoiihh, .Tupn
ncso Houso, Chioken Iloiihe, Coin House,
Cow 8tablo nud Pig Pens.
&J8T The Tropetty is situated nt 18
miles on Volcano load. A good load lead
ing to tho placo, titlo good nnd termn to suit.
PAY SON CALDWELL,
1C0 lui Oluii, Hawaii
Of i:crj Dosu Iptlun
At T. 15. Murkay"s Carriage
I iinvo jiiht opcuwl my New Mmr- and
nin prf-p.uod to suit my old and new
pntrons. M. LAXOlbTUll.
A LIFE SIZE
One Scaen Photos cf Vm Slitsr
Onlv SI o.OO
P7 Is tho LATEST OFFBtt wo Lnvo
Portrait and LaE-Jrfcapo
Import! th mid Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 ..t 123 Kiug Htreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My $10.00 Unth Tubs, lined with Iwl
quality, No. 10 nine, 0 in. 1'iiie, Cliaiu mid
l'lujj, witli wood lim nil cniuploto. Otbci
dwilors nro dutufonnded, nnd resort to all
nii'.nuov of Tricks imtl Excuses.
I3e not deceived, tlioso Until Tubs hovi
been Bold for $14 uutil I reduced tho prlco.
I am prepared to do all work in my lir.e
und gnarautto Bntistiictiou: Estiumtos fur
nished. If you want n Rood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephono 844, nud I am youx
JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith .t Fltinilior
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
EJT Wo will IJny or Sell Real Estato iu
all p'irts of tho gioup.
fxT Wo will Sell Piopoi ties 011 Iteason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Piumiri Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Plan and 10 Pcrcuit
Discount for (!iwh.
ST Apply to
JAS. f. morgan,
Or W. C. AOIII, Ileid Estato llroker.
Soptembor 21, 18!)0. 412-tf
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino nnd on PA
LAMA HOAD ueiir Fortilizing
Tlioco Lots are Very Cheap aud Sold
on Eaiiy Terms.
Denirnble Aero Tracts near tho city tmd
other Properties for snle.
nilUCK, WAKING CO.,
Denlori in Lots nml Lnuiln,
312 Fort Street, near King.
TKLFpnoNB 007. P. O. Box 821.
To Let or Lease.
THE tESlDPNCU OK SlltS. A I.ONO,
ouo ruilo from potofflec. Ljrge boiiho with
fnruiture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pautry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent olosets,
servant houses, bUhlcs, horse paddock,
garden nnd trees. A dimming location.
Apply to J ALritED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st uwet Postoflleei
Pcitous dunirouk of making nn inxest
nieiitoiu purchitrfii a pnying b!ock of pir
peity rinnting ou King mid M.iunnktn
htroi.ts by culling on
4ia-tf JOI1NF. C0L1IUHN.
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY'
(Durry Powdo? as made by
ltecipo troui the
Bar THY XX ONOii; -i
ffSfi'nw n A b',3
Prime, Fat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
freshly Killed Tiarkeys
G. W. MACFARLANE,
TELS., 32G and 192.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, -J. 1J.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstonos and Monuments.
Residence aud Night Tel. 815. 510 & 520 Fort Stl'Opfc
r-i AT THE:-,
Gilv Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort and
Just roooived Ex.
Bk. Albert c nesortnient ol
Brass Signs and
J. t. i.uatji,
Uinl'Pl Qiirl Qilirni Blofiiifr
, muuui uuu wiiiui iiimii,
017 AND 019
uo i3 propnrd
B.S 5 Z'&
&d 5 m
py 5p.? &
m RJ11 ill r 1 A '
2l KAAHU.MANU ST.
Williams & Co.
Moved. Chairs for Kent
1. If Vi If s
H. H. WILLIAMS, (Manager)
Untlertakor ond Embilmc
Signs of Every Description t
Gilding on Glass a Spocialty,