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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 9, 1899.
FOR THE SEASON !
aa perfumes sife
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Furniture at San
. X. E. STORES,
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu,
Are now selling a fine lot of BEDROOM SETS, CHIFFONIERS, MATTRESSES,
CHAIRS, &C, &C, at remarkably low rates.
jffirCall In and inspect the goods.
S. W. LEDERER,
P. O. Box 535. Telephone 478. Proprietor.
A splendid variety of Bedroom Suites just landed.
Before purchasing elsewhere see oar goods and get our
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co,, Ltd.
Progress Bloolc, Fort & Beretania Sts.
Orpheum Building, "Fort Street.
Is a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has beep.
tpeclalty Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at JMO p. m. Ufnlng hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In tin huildlne. 1206
raijjra noMsisMejsjs mfsieiersjciiera tfnyje'ioWjsM
p A Splendid OunHii;nuiout
11 Bugsjies, llouil Carts, mid Harness.
Specially Selected for
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
V FORT STHECT, ABOVE HOTEL.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox (79
SECOND TO NONE!
By the Gross, Dozen, Bottle, Quart orGallon.
For Soda Manufacturers, Bakers, or Family Use.
J pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, $4 per cask
Ion BoorDopot, No. 11 Konla (formerly
of Surreys, Pluutons, 1
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 6T.
A GOOD THING
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Pirewor
Out and Split (ready for theStoye),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COA
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
At Lowest Frioes, delivered to any pari
HUSTACE & 00.,
31 Qaeen Stroot,
CHOKEE BILL AND AREA.
And How Tliry Ontwlttrri tlie Copper and
Made a Good Uaul
Dr.K.n Mn. Edditkr Mo nud Area
Sneaker wos lootlu a dressmaker's shop
w'ou a coppor twigged us. O' coarse
wbon I socd bis nibs standlu chncklln
tbero It mado rno feol a bit bluo. I got
n llntlron nnd wos about tcr wako n ro
mark tcr Mm wiv it when I soed a bet
Urnbbiu 'old of ouu o' them ladlos'
dross stands wot woi Ftnndin crhoiit, I
took Mm just us lie wos busy Inrfin, nud
gently slapped it over 'la cur cuss.
Well, I Dover eecd a larf dio such a
sudden death iti mo life. " 'E looks
worry pretty now 'o's muzzled, don't
'o?" ses Area. And wiv that wo cavort
ed. Ycr 'amble, Cuokue.
Having thoroughly renovated the
and resumed Its original name,
I will be pleased to see my friends and
patrons as before.
H. A. JUEN.
Telephone 580. ,tS7
LOVEJOY Jb vju.
iMl'OUTKHH, AND W II () I, KH A I. K
'iVuii! Mi Lipr Dealers.
Agents lor the Bottled Hainler Beer nl Seattle.
No. 10 Nirii.vNii Snikkt
Foster Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanpi.
P. O. Box ijt. Mutual Telephone 108
30NSALVES at CU , Ltd
i2fi Quean street, Hnrwlnhi, R. t,
.'onsolidated Soda Water Co., W
.ornor Allen & Fori Sti.. Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO..
Myrtle Soda Stand,
Mauka of the Orpheum Block.
Aerated drinks of every description.
Milk Shakes a specialty.
Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, etc. 12G0
III ml mm mA
John Albert, who ended his days at
Walsuiiburt;. Colo., had uxcltlug nil
Ventures In every section west of the
Mississippi. He saw two wars and
took nti active share in the Indian up
risings, yet when on his deathbed ho
was asked to dictate to a reporter tbo
scene bo considered most exciting In
his life lie chose n theme with which
few if nuy of his countrymen aro ac
quainted. Tho revolt in tbo Tnos valley, if ever
It came to the cars of the authorities,
was never universally disseminated.
It appears on no page of common his
tory, ami, although for horror it com
pares favorably witli tho massacre nt
the Alamo, no novelist has seen flt
to make It 11 central theme.
Tho section now known as Now Mex
ico was formally taken possession of
by tho Americans in tho spring of
1840. General Kearuy was nt that
time In command of the invading
forces. He made ills headquarters nt
Santa I'e nnd remained In nctlvo su
perintendence for more than n year.
At the expiration of that period the
growing need of troops on the 1'nclflc
const led to ids withdrawal to Lower
California. He left two regiments
with n military governor In charge.
Charles Kent, with n handful of men,
was left to guard Snntn !. The .Mex
ican governor, Oucral Armljo, Imil
fled on the ntlvnnco of the hated Yan
kees. Ills people, mi timtler what their
secret thoughlH might lie. had liecti tin
most peaceable of nulijivis. yet tin
body or the army Imil mil lii-ui gm
two mouths before Hit Anii-rlcuis miw
that tumble wnx Immltit'iil.
The only man who m-.-ipiMl linx iit'il
the story more gmiihlnil'.v Hi. 1:1 in.
pcu can portiny H. Amm Un.i .11
was a town of noun- l.'.MO mliaiiii:- n
mostly Mexicans mid I'urtilo In mi .
It lay In the Suniu I'e illMrlet. Inn to 1
far nunj for aid to rnnn-. The t-i-u
of Aiiierlciins In il.i ii.i.i- vwik li
most of wlioui wen fiiugh triiiHM-M
nud inouiitiilncci':". The entire town
turned out to nn liupruuiptu in.1'"
meeting on the plaza. It was ltciut
to revolt nnd reiuiu to the Mexican
nuthoiity. Well l;mvviii' that tlie
baud of Yankees, nliiioui.-li eomn.'iin
lively lnsgiilil(-a:it In nui.ilier. v.uuM
ivslst Kiieb a Men to the last. It uns
determined to Hhout all 011 sight. For
tills purpose tin mo!i spread tluough
the town. Hut thi'oi;gh some souu-e or
other Governor Kent Ind leeelved a
tip. He sent off to Snnta I'e for help
nud then, gnthi'ilug bis little baud
nbout Iilm. lied to the ouly refuge the
"The next inornltis." said John Al
bert, "they commenced the attack by
Rending In to us 11 Hag of truce, de
manding our arms inul itiiimutiUlon
and au uucondllluunl surrender of our
selves. I told the boys they could do
ns they pleased, bill 1 knew treachery
would lead us to certain death In the
end. nnd I was going to die with my
gun in my hands mid not be murdered
like a common dog.
"This was the turning point In the
matter, nud they nil concluded to light
it out ns best they could. The men
who came to make a treaty with us
went back. Their forces were secreted
behind the brow of n hill uear by us,
nud one of them, nfter a milliner of the
wild Indians In opening n battle, came
to the top of the ridge aud danced a
Jig aud sang n song of defiance.
knew the time had come, ami the soon
er the bloody woik commenced the
sooucr we would know our fate.
"We of the mountaineers had col
lected In a building of considerable
size nnd the only one In the plnce that
was two stories In height. The danc
ing Indian was within gunshot, nud I
killed him. Hilly Austin stood "lose be
hind me, ami when another man cnnio
to drag the body back Austin shot
him. Ity this time my guu was loaded,
and 1 killed n thlid man. Then the
hurrah commenced, and the nlr was
tilled wltii bullets from the guns In
the bauds of the men who lay behind
the top or the bill. The bullets rattled
against tin- bouse like bull. There was
not a window left In It. Although we
baw we were In 11 trap, we fought on.
"When the sun was setting, the .Mex
Icaus made a furious charge mid set
1 lire to the bouse we weie In mid got
under the walls ol other. buildings.
Soon everything was ablaze The up-
! roar of lb., yelling (lends on the out
side and the excitement or the men on
the Inner Hide was di.ifeiilug. We tiled
to escape by dlgg.iu through the Hour
down into the giau.iry. The house
I was tilling wlili Me.ans. ami every.
thing was In courusi.iii. roiuiuuifly
foi me lu tliiM-uiifiisiiin I cM-apisl from
me House. 1 don 1 Know how many
shots were llred at me. but none look
elTect. I hail a bullet lu my elm lies,
oiii' cut olT the lii-liu or my hat. and nil
other cut the baud, and I lost It rrom
my bead. In the excitement I rorgot
my coat and was 0111 in the world
nloue without coat, hat or rrlemts and
with HO tulles or mountain road be
tween me and safety."
Albert waudeiisl for three days over
the mountains without rood nnd ex
posed to the bitter cold. He reached
the American Hues at last, the tlrst to
bring news of the uprlslug. or course,
when a regliueut arrived on the sceue
the Taos valley quickly quieted. It
was not long after that that the .Mexi
can war broke out. One-half of that
nation was transferred to l.nele Sam,
In consideration of which old scores
were wiped out. No penalties were
exacted ror the Arroyo Honda massa
cre, yet It must go dowu as one of the
most horrible lu our western annuls.
Real Estate and insurance.
JLilJFK and BM.KK
AGENTS FOK ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
. of Hartford.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Pertlcutir Attention plven to nurrh.te .nil ..I. nf
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loant Nezotlated. Eastern and Foreign Slock,
403 California St.,
Son Francisco, Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
CW We will liny or tioll Itoal Estate It
ill parts of tbe groan.
LV We will Soli Properties on ltaason
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo ChlnoHO Grauito HitchiUfi
Posts, $5 each.
Property in town.
IIOUHKS TO MTT.
Real Estate Transaotiont-
Sabsoribora are iaraistied with from tit
a six lists par wook. gtviag nn Aooniut
rioord of all deeds, mortgiwea, leased, it
.easos, powers ot attornoy, oto., etc, wbici
ire placed on reoord.
lubjcriptlon Price, $2.01) per Monti,
A. V. GEAR,
Jllllll Hi I M Itlll. Hnnolnln
OH AS. ,T. PAL If,
Mo mix) r Honolulu Htook Kxchango.
KGom301, - Judd lluildlng.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OOTIONEEH AND (STOCK BR0KK1,
No. 4$ (Jucen Btrect
flxpert AppriUBotnent of Iia)
sstf.to and Kurntiuic
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Molnerny Hlonk. Kort Stroot.
P. E. It. STKAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Aent nnd Colloctor.
Lincoln llloek, - 0.11) Klii(r street.
isiS Telephone 641
A. J. OA MP BELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu block Etchings.
Oflico Quoon Ntrtmt, opiHiitu, Unloi
Telephone nh t O K.iv im.
JAS. K. MOilUAN,
Membei ot Honolulu Slock Eichange,
Telephone ts. P.O. Boa 394,
General Manager oi
The Equitably Life Assurance Sociel
Ol the United Stales (or tbe Uawaliue
Ofr'nti Mrnhant strewt. TTnnol"ln
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher ol Records.
aWiy'Oinco No 15 KHahuiunnii strtot.
ItarTHlophoiio No. 870.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office o8 Merchant street Campbe b ock real
O. Carter s office P O Dox 194
Agenib, hroKeri dud jo&bsrs.
W. B. Irwin & 60.
Western Sugar Itoilncry Co. ot Bm
Baldwin LocomotiTP Works ol Phike
delphia.Poun.. 0. B. A.
Newell Universal Mil Co. (Nation
Cane8hreddori,N'-7 York, U.S. A,
N.Ohlandt it Co'm Chemical Fertiliuwii
Alex Cross & Sons, hlch grade f6rtfl
izors tor Caue and Coffee.
Beeds Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Farafllne Paint Cu's V & 11 Paints aasl
PatHirs; Lacol und Linseed oils, rs
Inlarl .), a oold water paint) In whltfl
Fitter Pross Cloths, Cement, Lime aasl
CASTLE & COOKE,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., LU,
The Kohala Suzar Co.
The Walamea huzr Mill Co.
The Koloa Acrkultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Works. St. Louis, Mo,
The StanJarJ Oil Co.
The Geo. T. UlaWe Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co, ol Bottess.
1 ne etna r-ire ins. v.o, or MartiorJ, Conn.
The Alliance Asturance Co ol LonJnn.
Agents lor the California and Orienta
?Vm. G. Irwin & Co.
Vm. Q.Irwin, Prosident nud MnnagM
Jlnns Bprockols, - - - Vice-President
V. M. Qifliird, - Seoretnry and Treasursxi
Jhoo. 0. Portor, ... Andltof
U1BNTH OP THB
UEAKfO STEAMSHIP CJMPANY
OK HAN FKANHIBOO. MI,
BREWER & CUMPAIW, biMlTH)
yufen ttruet. Ilopolnlu, H 1,
Htwallau Agricultural Company, Uaumca aiu
ntnpany, llnuomu Sugtr Company, WalloV.
latir(.oniiny, WlhM Sugar fompauv, Makaa
star Company, llaleatala Ranch Company, 1U.
?P?1 R'lcl1- lan.crJ, Line San Krandtc
cktts, fh. Brewer A: Co.'a Line of Bottaa
icxcts. Agents Hoilon BoarJ of Underwriter!
. (cuts Phlladelpliln Hoanl nf Underwriters.
list or (irriCKns:
CM Cooko.Presldonti QeorRo II KoberteWeV
lauager; K F Bishop, Trensnrei and Ste.
olary; Col. W F Allen, Auditort 0 M Coolra,
t Waterhonso, A W Carter. Dl.iotors.
.vi PUILLLPS3 aT CO.,
"VhuIoifUu Importcrx ami Jobbers o'
Jaropsso and Araeric&D Dry Good)
yorl anil qntep Htrfteta,
C UACKFELD & CO.. Ltd
mm commission agents
Jor Knet nilil iJikou Htrnctp tUmololt,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Ilethel Street, opposite Water
house V Co.
Strictly new iM ClevelanJ llicvclrs for Reni.
SeconJ-hanl Hlcycle, foi sale.
Repairing promptly and thoroughly attendee
All work guaranteed,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Impmvod ami nmdorn SUGAR MA.
IIINKRY of ovory cnclty nnd de
iriptloii imiilo to onlor. Holler work
nd 1UVKTKD Pil'KS for Irrliratloa
(lliriUlHI'H 11 Htutnlult. In tttrtiil.at. tiAK
tlniijMliI to JOIt WOHFC, -iml repairs ex.
etllt 1m t ill lilteS... ....J
"'wi imiiiirin'i iiuiu-tT
It. II DUXOAN,
Collector and General Busi
OMli'o, . 11.1 Knhiiinanii street,
AIho pro I ia rod totnko orders for fllnnee
In low lands nnd tormclinr. WnrC
prompllv attondi'ti to, ovj
TJnltod States Custom llouse Itroker;
Acoouu'tnnt, Searohor of Tltlos vnsf
Oonerol nusinosa Agont.
OFKIOK No. 15 Kanhumtnn ffrt
Honolulu. Formerly A. It n ctfloi.
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