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01 THE 1!
The Passing of Joseph
EX -QUEEN'S SECRETARY
Was Hurried to Lilluoblani's House
to D.e But the Spirit
Joseph Hclcluhe, Lllluoknlnnl's private
secretary, died yesterday morning
at 3 o'clock. His death wns due to
ngnlnst which lie had battled
for several years. His last hours showed
a. pathetic devotion to the fornW
Queen, and Ills Html request wns that
he be conveyed to Washington PInce,
that he might die near her to whom he
liad proven a faithful friend during the
years since the overthrow of the monarchy.
On Saturday Dr. Walter Hoffman was
called Into consultation, and after carefully
examining the dying man, pronounced
his vase hopeless, and said his
death vvou.d ensue before another twenty-four
hours parsed by. The sad news
was conveyed to Mr. Heidiine, and during
the ronialnuer of the day he asked
that lie be sent to his former sovereign's
side. Ills friends at Inst acceded
to his wishes, and about 2 o'clock
Hiindny morning he was placed on n
struicncr and me Journey by carriage
The exertion and exposure wns UO
great, ami he began to sink rapldiy
while they were on the Walklkl ruail.
His friends hastened the horses, but to
no purpuse. W hen directly opposite
Samuel Parker s residence on King
street he expired.
The bouy was taken to Washington
Place and laid in Mr. Helelulie's own
conagc on the premises. The Queen
was notified of the arrival, and she ex
pressed Intense sorrow at Ills demise.
During yesterday forenoon friends of
the deceased gathered around the house
In which the' remains were lying, and
their walling wns plainly heard on the
street. Floral offerings were sent In
large quantities, the former Queen personally
sending a beautiful tribute.
Joseph Heleluhe was 15 years of age,
was a native of Knu, Hawaii, and has
been with the former Queen almost
constantly since he wns a boy. He
school In Illlo under the Kev. D
Lyman. Afterward ho came to Honolulu
and entered the service of King
Kalakaua, and later that of Queen
He rose gradually In her
service, finally becoming her private
secretary. After the Insurrection of
18JS Mr. Heleluhc was kept a political
prisoner In the irtrracks. but wns never
sentenced. He attended Lllluoka'anl on
two visits to Washington, ntid on the
Inst trip b"gan to show symoloms of
falling henltli. Whl'e In San Francisco
he contracted n heavy cold, which
the disease from which he
"was r.ufferlnc. and on arrival In Honolulu
he hnd to l carried ashore. He
was taken to his W'llkikl residence and
was nltpnileil by Dr. Kncllsh,
kalarl's physlc'nn until wlMn the Inst
few dnvs, when other physicians were
The (lefnpd wns of the upper class
of and n man In whom the
former f'un ninced imn'lclt
Tt wno due tn thlH that he was
mndi hr confident Inl secretary.
The Ouepti. vlin th" liews wns broken
tn hr nld Hint he wns a inn" in
"whom slip rnnad irreat trust, and that
she boil lost copfl ffli'd n"d a filth-'
fu1 t!,p 1ppp1pM Wt a wiilw.
The funeril vs he'd ynqterdnv afternoon
oi t)"miw of
Plnee. nv. T. IT. Parker nf
rHufh o"ioiitng. t'io inner
mmlp n lirir o,ilrpq mi the iPe of the
dooncoti. j 1'inoVnlanl parsonnlly at-
tePd"' 'Ho crvlro,
A filHtr.cl npel''p"t occurred as the
onslrpt w liI tlffd bv the
n'i to tm dnnnnv.
Ono nf - s"nnipil off find the
cfloVnf f".'l v'Mi n prnoli tn th llnnr.
rni'lng tpi ft inv li n reverse no-
jnllnM. T"rt pnl.lrtf ipnnpvftil
tMP mrirnro b'lt tllrt pflu!'t WHS
lv rtrVtoii n ,i n'ni'o'l In b The
inter""-" r n'nee In the Knwaiahao
BTour Uenornl Divisions Under School
According to a plan presented by Superintendent
Atkinson to the Council
yesterday the Islands will be divided
into four general school districts over
which an Inspector nnd normal Instructor
will preside. These districts
will probably be as follows: First,
second, Oalm; third, Maul, Molokni
and Lanal; fourth, Hawaii.
lnspeitor General 11. S. Townsend
will be appointed Inspector and normal
Instructor for one district, probably
that of Oalm. A resolution embodying
this Idea of districting the Islands was
Introduced by Superintendent Atkinson
In the Council and wns pi.ssed by
vote, liy Its provisions the Inspectors
are required to Inspect nnd Instruct
each twice a year and Interchange
with each other at stated intervals.
BIS SEaT TAKEN.
Williiraz H Castle was not Notitiod
of His Election.
Prom letters received In the last mall
from William It. Castle, who was elected
a delegate to the National Republican
Convention, It appears that ho
was not notllled by telegraph of his
election. This duty devolved upon one
of the delegates who went from Honolulu,
but cither the telegram vnn not
sent, or the sender failed to make
At any" rate Mr. Casth vas
not uware that he was of the chu.'en
four elected to represent Hawaii.
He arrived at the convention and
made an effort to be srutcd, but was
too lute. The choice of the convention,
In, the absence of Mr. Castle, had been
eentercd on Sam Parker and A. N,
and he was compelled to take
seat among the spectators.
THC V..RLD'S f....3
ttryM dot not imnt Hill on IH r. d hu hith and hM tew n,
tn ih front. Th watMlng hfc thr
fMiMf may t wwoM ptM with rw, Iwn
Itfjrafi. I Prt$M hi Hadlry f Yl roll p
Utah It IboURbt t Im if fpr Mi- tp l,tt r frntirnltim in th
Klnttjr itroond that thr hoip i. mr..jr tn pm
Th Wcatt rtt traffic poo'.i ar lilwly to r pint.
l apf. Th report Mid to hvr nrUlimt d m
tophen r?ran wan InMM at R:iaa;Vrd04, Norway, that Annrnp, who at
bpth. N. J. llemM In reach th mmh xile In i
"hurkpy. the pugllM, Umla that lt balloon, la Mfe, haa bfn lanored n
I to mnrry. i Brlln, anil li reward rd am bi'lntt tin
Prnf. Karl llarnmi of itanfonl wn fottntleil.
Intcly marrlMl. I Own. JumiiIi II. Whaelnr,
On June Mth 11.000 fortlgn trwiim wr Ihr t lip I)iwiti!ient of the Ijtkw, wa
ithirp nt Tahti. Ifnrinal'y welcomed to Clilesgo on
Delia IV. the firtrwao, tins been Mth. There wns n miliary display and
stored In health.
TIip Itoem may inane ii stand In the
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The wife of Marl; Twain died HUddcn -
y In New Jersey.
ii e ueinuuniin niu inwijr m uuui
weak silver nlnnk
On June SSth the Khedive visited the
'Jueen nt Windsor.
Melklejnhn will try for Thurston's
srat In the Pertate.
July dlvidprds payable at New York
will reach J100.000.000.
IiuiiiitiB from Arlzonn will nick grapes
In Fresno vineyards.
All residents or Pretoria nre required
to have police passes,
forces eluded the three columns
nent to Intercept them.
Chicago will send n marching club to
Knrs.is City, 500 strong.
The sale of Intoxicating liquors has
bepii forbidden In Uunm.
Shotcun titles nre the only kind now
recognized nt Cape Nome.
Michigan iiepiiuiicnns nnvo named
Atrnn T. H'lss for Governor.
The New York stock market 13 unset-led
by varyh'g crop report s.
Jnnanese fishermen at Rtovcslon. Ti.
C have armed with 230 rides.
The Mary'and delegation at Kansas
City will opios? the silver plank.
The ropp2r reduction works nt
Arlznna, have been burned.
The Sliver llepubllcnns will sldPtrack
HnnncR and talk Ism,
Stamps of special design will Issue
In connection with the Buffalo f llr.
It Is rumored that Clark of Montana
will give $1 COO 000 to the Hryan fund.
The tug Marlon Teller sank near Port
Huron. Mich., nnd thiee were drowned.
James .1. Hill Is said to have secured
entire control of the Northern Pacific.
An attemnt has boon made to blow up
M. Tlu'ot, procurator of the French
The net profits of the Utah
inylng mines during the year were
Ontario Indiana near Leach Lake
may take the warpath against the
A Paris paper accuses Dlshop Ireland,
who is visiting France, of English sympathies.
Lieut. Paul Draper. Twenty-second
Infantry, has been drowned In the Philippines.
F. It. Hurnham, the American scout
in Lord Huberts' staff, lias been Invalided.
A Santa Ana (Cat.) woman named
llpranan lived forty-seven days without
Chicago cigar makers will assess
hemselves for the benefit of the New
On Juno 30 Gov. HanRcvelt was on his
way went to attend the reunion of the
Porter Ashe's dwelling near Glen 101-
len, Cal.. has been burned with $10,000
wnrtl. nf pictures.
The plates of the torpedo boat
have been badly dented by
"Ii n dock.
John L. Sullivan, just out of Jail for
i"sati't and battery, says ho will leave
the liquor business.
Oxford has conferred degrees on Rev.
Morgan Dlw C. K. Norton and James M.
Laborers In Shasta County,
-la. Bay they will fight rather than let
Jnnaiieso be employed.
March In Van Dresser, prima donna of
he Jlostonlnrs. Is to marry II. V. Keep,
the shirt manufacturer.
Mncgle Carberry of Itrooklyn, captain
f n bosket bull team, helped throw a
burglar through n window.
The Canadian steamer Alpha has set
tled with the American Government
and Is secure from seizure.
The Cuban government Is moving to
s'Vtrauito reoiy, the postal embezzler,
ho Is now in a New York Jail.
Generals Dowet and liotha have
agreed that neither shall surrender
while the other keeps fighting.
The '-"ins stolen from Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edwin Gould in London were found on
a man arrested at Coney Is'nnd.
.Mayor d. s. Hose vt M I wntikeo will
nrcbably be temporary chairman of the
Democratic isnllonul Convention.
Countess Mnrgaretto Von Pless. who
says she Is related to the rnval house
of Hanover. Is In a Mexican usylum.
About a hundred Door prisoners, Including
Snrel F.lon. Krueger's grandson,
have hen InndPd at St. Helena.
At the Imposition. M. Rplnnrh. nf
Dreyfus case fame was attacked bv
anti-Semites and bombarded with tomatoes.
A new high power trolley with u
speed of n mile a minute will take the
place of Htenni cnr.s on a Connecticut
Stockholm University has granted the
first degree of Doctor of Medicine given
to n woman in Sweden to Fr.uileln Anna
Joseph Herrings, a New York war
correspondent aboard the German
er mis. wns soverely wounded during
flip Taku light.
The Mr tlsh Government nilmlt.o tlmt
the wounded suffered owing to the
nie in pissing supplies over the single
line of railway.
faecreinry nick of the Hepubllcan National
Committee says tho silver question
will keep the Germans lit the
Infanta Eulalla of Snaln has nbtalnoil
a Judicial separation In Paris from her
husband. Prince Antonio nf Orleans,
Duke of Galllern'.
Itoosevelt denounces the siinnshni
flppds who visit his place nt Oyster
liny. L. I., and even take pictures nf his
family while bathing.
Admiral John W. Philip, V. S. N.. Is
dangerously ill with signs of heart fall-
lire. A sensational story was about that
fie nati open poisoned.
Eight thousand dollars In gold coin
were intelv dug up In n Berkeley, Cnl.,
garden. They hnil been hidden there by
ihe late Captain Thomas.
Captain Delehnnty, U. 8. N., protest-'
u iiKuuini lureign service on the ground
of physical disability, and asked
which was granted.
Distinguished literary men met In
London Juno 23th to celebrate tho completion a
of the Dlctlonnry of Hrltlsh
Hlography. Ambassador Clioate spoke.
Countess lie Lattzicra and her son. nf
Count Albert, starved to death lu Paris.
Miicy lost an in me Franco. Prussian
and tho son lately became ltuan.
Filipino Qonorals PIo del Pilar. Con-
cepclon, Garcia and Alvarez litivo been
reluaseu from Imprisonment, They took
an iron-clad oath of nlleglancu to the
Lady Randolph Churchill's betrothed,
Lieutenant Cornwnllls West, has recoy.
.( l.) 3 R EDINC
IMnvnr Hnrrlfon tnnde mi address of
I Paul UottrKct ban liecome a prncllclng
f,,,!,,,!! ,lccl,r,iing to the Tablet, fo
lowing the fashion set by MM,
. Mere and HuyninntiH. It Is moreover re
ported that M. llourget Is revising hi
books rrom a Christian point of view.
Archduke Ferdinand Knrl of Austria
younger brother of Archduke Ferdinand
Franz, the Emperor's heir prestimp
five In engnged to tho Infanta Mario
Theresa, the younger nnd prettier of
King Alfonso of Spain's two half-sis
Germnnv had 11,013 suicides In 1S97,
a rate of 21 to 100,000 Inhabitants. Th
rate for Prussia nlnne Is 20, that fo.
the province of Saxony 32, and foi
33 while In CntholU
and Polish Poscn It Is only S. For Dcr
lln the rate wan 31.
A masked robber started through the
Pullman car on the Omaha-Hillings'
train on the liurllngton road after leav
In.,- York, Neb., Juno 2Sth. He got twi
watches ana 71 but took nlnrm, pul'.c
the nlr brake nnd left the train before
completing his work.
A postage stamp collection has boci
sold In Englund for 1150.000, which I'
believed to be the lnrgest philatelic
transaction on record; the collection was
Hint of the European stnmps of Mr
Castle of IJrlgliton, a o
the London Philatelic Society.
i,ovprnor Heckhnm of Kentucky re
fused t approve accounts for services-of
the Taylor mllltla from the date that
Gopbel was declared not elected untl
the evacuation of troops, nftnr the derision
of the Supreme Court. Tho whole
sum claimed In salaries aggregated up
wnrd of JliO.OCO.
A storm in Northwestern Nebraska
mvept over a region 100 miles square
and Immense damage was done In the
aggregate. In Wakefield two residence
and several barns were wrecked. A'l
through the storm-swept soctlon windmills
and outbuildings were destroyed
and crops blown down.
Ilayward, the professional cricketer
of the Surrey Club, has succeeded Ir.
making over 1,000 runs In May, the firs'
month of the crlckeimg season. The
font has been accomplished but once
before, by Dr. W. G. Grace In 1S35. Hay-ward's
score Is 1,071 runs in thirteen In
nings, an average of 97.C3.
At the Italian elections there will be
some strange parliamentary candidates.
Mascagni, the composer. Is going to run
at Pesaro, and thinks he will be elected.
Ho Intcncia to join D'Auiiunzio in forming
a group of "Intellectuals" fii th
Legislature. At Fermon It Is proposed
Horace Sedger, a well known theatrical
manager, nnd his wife, Ethel, an
netress, were arraigned and remanded
at the How Street palice court, London,
on ..ie cliurge of fraudulently obtaining
goods by means of worthless checks.
Counsel for the compluinant nverred
Hint a number of similar charges will b;
forthcoming nt the next hearing of the
to put up Erniete Novell!, the actor.
The marriage of Mrs. Lena Fuller
Aubrey, daughter of the Chief Justice
of the United States, nnd S. M. Moore.
fixed for Juno 2!Uh. was postponed owing
to the failure of the couple to conform
to Maine laws nnd because of the
refusal of a clergyman to mnrry n divorced
woman whose husband Is ntili
Some Luther autograph manuscripts
nave upon discovered In the Vatican
library by Prof. Flker of Strasburg.
There are two commentaries on the
Epistle to the Romnns. one on the tet
nnd the other on the sense, nnd two
commentaries on the Epistle to the He-brows.
They were written in 1516 and
1517, shortly before the nnl'lng of the
ninety-live theses at Wittenberg.
From Dfbreczln, lu Hungary, comes
n love tnle that opens new anatomical
possibilities. A young man there was
rejected by n young woman because he
wns bowlegged. He wont to a hospital
and nsked the doctors to straighten his
legs for him, but they told him It could
be done by breaking tbp legs and
resetting them, nnd that the chances
were against the success of tho operation.
The young man Insisted on having
It performed. The operation turn-Mi
out nil right nnd he went back to his
iflrl and won her.
Vienna's Academy of Sciences has de-
elded to collect phonographic records
ai d store them ill one of the Vienna li
braries. The collection will Include.
urst, specimens of every European Ian
timl Mlnl.irit (. ti.lll I...
ded later all non-European languages:
second, the flnit contemporary muslea.
o. rformnnces. with national airs nnd
tunes of all races, and. third, speeches
ir phrases uttered by celebrated men.
The Academy Is trying to Und some
more iiiirauie mnterlal tnnn Is now
to tnke the impression of th"
sounds, nnd Is experimenting with various
Public bequests nmouutliig to over
1.1.WO.OUO were made by the lute Baron
Adolphe do In his will. His
irt collections of sacred objects, goldsmith
work, enamels, Ivories, etc., go to
he Louvre Museum, together with
for the cost of Installation; such articles
as the Louvre does not wunt nre
to go to the Cluny Museum, while the
fnllectlon of nrmor goes to the Musee
'l'Artlllerle. The lnrgest bequest Is for
the establishment of an
hnsnltnl lu Purls, 1,500.000 francs for
l building and bonds yielding 250.000
francs a year for maintenance; this
represents n canltnl of 10.000.000 francs.
or J2.000.000. The Geneva hospital,
Hulled In the Baron's lifetime. n.
....I. Cl n.n r -
ra v,vw iruiH's n year; ur, lioux a
lauoratory ror the study of croup at
tho Pasteur Institute. 10.S0O francs n
ol,,er bospltnls nnd nsylums
2.i0,000 francs. A temperance society re-
ceives 250,000 francs, and one for the
protection of anlnmls 150,000 frnncs,
Tho sums allotted to the relief of the
poor by various authorities In Paris
.mil Its neighborhood amount to over
'-'.200.000 francs. A sum of mono francs
year Is to be shared aunuully among
forty poor working girls. In ull eases
no distinction Is to bo mniio nn
religion. Tho interest of 500,000 franci
Kiiiui do applied to nldlng needy
"priests, rabbis and ministers of the
religions existing in Franco. I repent,
Cnthnlli'H, Israelites and Protestants:
and I hope that this exnmplo of
liberty nnd tolernnco will bo
by my family." This clause Is
ihttod In 1SP0, and wns left unaltered,
although Huron de Rothschild kept
making chnnges to his will till shortly
before hhi death lnt winter
Critical Times for flir Is.
The fM rritlcnl period In rt wotuau'n life comes nt the passing
cf lur i.irJhooJ. In nine cases out of tcti where disease
faatenfl llnelf upon her It docs r.o nt the line of demarcation between
jjiilhood nnd womanhood. How to preserve the daughter's
health how to ward olT disease nt this crisis is the problem
that confronts every mother of girls.
Pink Pills for Pale People
are the best remedy to use nt this critical period. Read this
sworn statement of Mrs. J. M. Uijjgs, of Cartcrvillc, Mo.
"My daughter Joslo during tho winter of f ufTerert n complete
hrcnuilairn In health. Klio win thin mill pule, Imil no npctltD In ruct,
(oino duyri barely touting licrfood. Tlioto who Uuow tier condition nuld elis
was going Into a decline.
"On ttin nitvlro urn neighbor, wo l.cgnn giving her Dr. Williams' Pink
rilln for Pule People. Tlmeireel on bur rnndillon win iiiurvoloiiB. liufore
she hail taken liuirn box licrcoticlltloii ruliiiprovoil,iifnlHliekt'it on gaining
appetite, tlrrnmli uml uiitlUliu wui entirely well. Blip tool! tbrco
boxen of l!io pllli und to-day tlirru It nut n hritltblcr, more roMmt lixiltlni;
girl In Ca.tcrvlllc. She 13 Ucidilcr and hculthlcr tlirm ever before la her
life." Mia. J. M. Itioas.
Subscribed nnd sworn -to bofnrn mo a Kotnry Public, tills 1.1th day of
October. 1833. William Wolcott, A'olar l'ulilla.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are nn unfailing specific for
such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' Dance,
sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after-effects of the
grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and callow complexions, ell forms of
weakness, in either male or (cmale.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold by nil dealers, or
will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, 50c. n box or six boxes for f2.$o
(they nre never sold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, bcncncctady,
THL BOERS TURN
NofliiiiL' Very Important
A.b'Hi : i lif C'tiiii'si) of
LONDON. Juno 30. 1:20 a. tn. Active
3oer guerrilla operations nre reported
from half a dozen points In Orange
The War OIllco has received the following
from Lord Itoberts:
'PRETORIA June 29. Paget reports
from Dudley that he was engaged on
June 26th with a bouy of the enemy,
who were strongly re-enforced during
the day. A convoy of stores for the
L,lndiey garrison was also attacked on
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action the convoy reached Llndiey i.i
safety. Our casualties were ten kllle.l
and four olheers aim nbout lifty me.i
"The light reported yesterday was under
Lieut. Col. Grenfell, not Dreipsr.
lirnbant came up during the engagement.
Totnl casualties ut the two columns,
three killed and
"Melhuen found yesterday that the
Uoer laager near Vaohkon and
kop had been hastily removed In thi
direction of Li ml ley. lie followed tho
ncmy twelve mlies and captured S.0J0
sheep and COO head of cattle, which the
enemy had seized In that neighborhood.
Our casualtls were four men wounded."
The Lourenzo alarqucs correspondent
of 'the Times says: "Both the burghers
and the foreigners who are nrrivln
liut protess a strong Dellet mat It
Will lake fiom three to Six months to'
subdue the Doers.'
Another dispatch from Lourenzo Marques
says: "A consignment of a foreign
firm marked 'Dutch cheese-dam-aged,"
proved on landing to contain
army boots for the Boers. It passed
the customs, nevertheless, with unusual
dispatch, mid the Iiritish Consul
Is making representations to the Portuguese
A Cupe Town dispatch reports an
by the Doers to blow up the artillery
barracks and magazine at Pretoria.
It is added that an artilleryman
who frustiated the attempt by with
drawing a lighted fuse was killed by n
Uoer. whom the soldiers afterward attempted
The British authorities are deporting
large numbers of Hollander:) to Holland
to be dealt with by their own gov
ernment for not observing the state of"
neutrality declared by tho Netherlands.
President Steyn Is reported to be at
Bethlehem, consulting with General De-wet.
Sir Alfred Mllner, the British High
'Commissioner, has notllled tho Govern-
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THE NEWS NOME.
Gambling, Bucidee, Murders, Good
Times and Shipwrecks.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 30. There
are liurd times ahead for the gold hunters
nt Cape Nome, according to news
brought by the Zcaluudlu, which returned
from Nome yesterday. The
night the eulumllii reached Nome 1500 LONDON, June 29. The Association
men walked tho streets looking for a of Chambers of Commerce of the United
bed nnd could not Und one. "Bunk- Kingdom ndopted a resolution at yes-houses"
were making from SS00 to $1000 terdny's session urging the Government
u dny. Restaurants were coining to promptly conclude a convention with
cy. ine gumming pinces were doing n
thriving business. Suicides were of
dally occurrence. Every man from
Nome to York wns mulcted with what
Is known us the "Sitka cough." Tlw
smallest coin In clrculutlnu wns n two
hit piece. Little or no mining has been
done, as the gold hunters liuvu been
afraid to leave their town lots for fear
they would bo Jumped. Shooting
scrapes were ircqucui nnu migni was
right. The women have becom'o bettr
shots limn the men and they keep tho
lurilur supplied while their husbands
gunril the claims. Fo far nil tho
nt the gold ileitis has been dono
by tho Paclllc Steam Whaling Company.
Tho other concerns had not' sue
ceeded In getting their plants In operation
when the .enlantlln wus there.
nnd In consequence the entire welfare
of the camp depended upon the whaling
A private letter which came down on
tlie .ealandla from Captain Hum
phries of the whaling company de
scribes me situation ns follows ' .
NOME, Alaska. June 15, 1900, slnce,
urlllri; yuu my last letter, which was
sent out on tho Portland, this great (V)
Lity of Nome has grown to alarming
I pioportions. The Oregon has arrived
; with some 00 passengers, the St. Paul
with COD, San Ulus with MO. Oregon 4S0,
1 Ccorce AV. lilder with 400 and the Ta
coma with soo. The Alliance, south
Portland, Hauler and Signal, the barge
Dewey, In tow of the Luella, and the
schooner Seven Sisters, also the steamship
Fudle and Annie At. Fay from St.
Mlchnel have urrlved.
The Radio renorts that the Thrasher
arrlvet nl st. Michael a few hours be-
f()rc she sailed and will leave Imme-
diately for Nome, with a full load ot
passengers, and It Is reported there nre
4000 passengers at St. Michael waiting
for a chance to reach this place.
Reports of accidents, and serious
ones, arrive dally. To-day 1 have the
report of the loss of the brig Pitcalrn,
which was crushed In the ice off St.
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up some passengers in an open launcn
at sea orf St. Lawrence and reports the
totnl loss of the bark Hunter, which
was crushed In the Ice near St. Lawrence
Island. The Nome City, which
wns in company with the Ranler, returned
to St. Lawrence Island for the
wrecked passengers. The schoonei
Eclipse was also enisled In the Ice and
the whereabouts ot tho crew Is not
known. The bark Hunter, which was
without food, boarded the schooner and
took her stores previous to the time of
her being wrecked. The steamer Grace
Dullar was stove In the Ice and is now
beached near Sledge Island. These are
the reports of the day and, on the
whole, can be relied upon.
The streets nre full of people nt till
hours of the day and night nnd the
beach Is strewn with tents, so thnt It
M tm,,nRf,dil tn Innd from H.P
steamers which I am discharging. The
steamship Senator has arrived, or did
arrive yesterday, and has discharged
l.er pnssengers nnd baggage, but today
n heavy surf Is running and It Is
impossible to do anything. I nlso discharged
the steamship San Bias, which
sailed this morning. June 15, for St.
Michael. Also discharging the George
W. Elder. I also discharged the steamship
Portland, which sailed for San
FranclFco, and steamship Dora, which
sailed for St. Michael. The harbor Is
full of shipping, the city Is crowded
with people and suicides are of common
occurrence. Thousands of people hnve
ventured here with the same old idea
in their minds that they could pick up
gold In the streets, only to be sadly
The steamship Ohio arrived yestcr
day with GS0 passengers nnd smallpox
on board. Lieutenant Jarvls took the
matter In hnnd nnd has ordered the
Ohio Into quarantine nt St. Michael.
As 1 think I have stated the beach
Is strewn with tents nnd it is Impossible
nt the present time to get room
enougli to land the cargo on the bench.
I have the commissioner and asked
him if he could not clear that beach
and give me a chance tn land the enrgo
of these steamers and he has appealed
to the lieutenant In charge of the military,
who has refused to assist him,
hut he Is trying to accomplish something
at all events.
To Ab'dish Sugar Bounties
vierinuiiy. jusinu unu oiucr powera i
willing to abolish sugnr bounties. tho j
convention to Include n penal clause
prohibiting the entry of bounty fed sugar
Into the territories of tho contracting
A Chicago dispatch of June 27th siys;
A pet Yorkshire terrier, driven mnd by
excessive bent, cnused a panic today at
n luncheon given by Its mistress, Mrs.
fhnrles Clement O'Hnrn, nt 171 Rnst
Forty-seventh street, bringing the function
to nn nbrupt end. Her guests, n
dozen In number, fled tn a room and
locked themselves In until nn officer
Killed the frenzlPd n"!mnl. Two per
sons wero bitten by the dog.
SPKNT A HOOD FARM DOCTOP.I.NH, m
Mr. A. N, ifoell nf Ashervllle.
sas, says he spent a good farm doctoring
himself for chronic diarrhoea, but
got no relief nnd wns afraid that ho
must die. l.o chanced to mt hold nf n lu
bnltlB nf Chnmberlnln's Colic. Cholera
n ml Tlti ,.l,ni!, PAmmlu nnu ...m v.Mn.n
tie-i -',. ,-." , m .,in
ciird bv It for sale by nil
'nl'" ""! dealers. Ronson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., agents for H. I.
in tee It til
II ur and ttmi an 1 w 1
Hend tn your . 1 'r nnd tbj
will be Mlrd nt n lowest
Thr mutter of 3 ir In enti
upon n hundrrd pminln ot
feed ohotild not onrn you
no much ni thp luality, u
poor fcod Is rlfar at any p.-he.
m f'ii W i Sri.
When you wunt tlie Heat Htj,
Ftvd or Onin. tit th" Ulght
Prices, order from
CALIFORNIA FEED Co.
J. H0PP & CO.- -J. H0PP & CO.
o The llest at "te Lowest
Price at H0P1"S. o
THE WAY O 3
ro win o
Is to have your home as -a
Q pretty ns your means
jj2 will allow. o
; After you have once obtained o
this result, keep It so.
Ro-upholstered can be made to
O look like new at a very small
expense, If you take It to tho
0ur Upholster- o o
S Repair Shop a: o a
O has a fame the Is-
lands for the thouroughness and ?
1 lasting qualities of furniture
. after having passed through this J
Cj department. L.
3 CALL AND SEE FOR TOUR- 2
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a. LEADING FURNITURE "O
3C DEALER i. E9
"King and Bethel Sts. o
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DR. J. COLDS BROWNE'S
Is the Orlgnal anl Oily Genuine
Dr J. Colifs Browne's Cn'orodyne
SIR W. P0". OOP
li.ihliel In curl th-l lilt J Cnl. IIKOWMB
ii-ii' iitcifllv thp INVKs'lUlt nt
llml lh( wloe ttorvnl ihe iitlui.
K ' . nd hn
teil to a- It hail been hw rn to Si-e The Toh'
In i , I
Dr. J. Co'iis Browne's
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KVFItt KIND, aflnrrir culm,
llKAUACIIK. ....( I.S'VIO H liJ
Hi. ni'ivnu' Hn.m rklMiirii.. Ir UK-Groat
Spoiflc for Cholera,
The Oenirtl Dwrd nf flfd'h. limlon, t
ioriihilll ACTdai a In,.r..
.,",'. ".V $'Z 9,kt,ti
Dr. J Collls Browne's ( hlorodyne
I the TKUK PaLUATIVK Ir
Nouralgla. Gout. Canar,
Dr. J Collls Browne's Chlorodyae
cut. bait all miickt of
Epilepsy, Spasms, Collo,
IMPORTANT CAUT.ON. -The 1-
u dile ut ihl (ttiiii,i kii Klvfu rliv u
uikoy UuaCfapuluu, Imlutloua
N. Buttla nf anoiae Ohlnrodyn.
br' on in uiiT'iuiueiii Buiuu ihu dibii of
the InTonior. ur J. Uollis Brnwnu BU
b Hire, I. 1)J . 3. W, aud 4: M , hj an
J. T. DAVENPORT,
83 Great Russell St., London, W. C