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V-" WTflTVNESIlAY. JULY 12, 1893 i!5 DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY Against tho Provisional Govern ment of Hawaii BUSINESS LOCALS. Effectually Throttled by the Arrnnt of Three Proinlnxut l,alira-K'toria-tloo of the ICx-O"0 ,h Chief Oblect-CUui Sprockets' Ufa Thteued. San Fbancisco, July 0. The steatt er Belgie brings advices from Honolulu to Juno 38. The royalist dynamite conspiracy has coUPed by the arrost of three of the active agents. The government has finally executed what bus been for some time in view, the arrest of the ascertained agents In the royalists' dynamite conspiracy. On the afternoon of Friday, June 83, si nrre&ts were made of T. B. Walker, Archibald Sinclair and E. Crick, on the charge of conspiracy to seize the executive building and over turn the government. The offense Is not bailable and the prisoners have been held In confinement, pending ex amination. The government has known something of this conspiracy for three months past, and for several weeks have possessed much exact in formation. A very conservative policy has been pursued and no arrests were made until the evidence was entirely complete atrninst the accused. This evidence was submitted to four legal advisers and pronounced sufficient Meanwhile every precaution was taken against surprise, including the recent occupation of the palace. Of tho arrested persons, Walker is a son-in-law of the leading half-white royalist, John Cummings, a mason by trade and a. man of an active nature. Sinclair is i.:.i uMllad tniunn. but of irrcsru- O til"1.? ' - . m i..-i.v.;a .viMr Ik a chemlHt out OI About twenty prominent whites and hulf-castes are more or less Implicated by the evidence in the pos . ....! i,o irnvKrnment. Nine of nwwiuu o , . these persons have been cabinet minis ters. More arrests are liable to be made at any time, but none without ample evidence to justify action. The use of dynamite was the chief mean of . i, K,.i,.,niA nf the conspirators. Their liava been bold and ex tensive, but more on the anarchlstio n,,.n mm nf reo-ulnr warfare. No pure llawaiians appear to have been in thanffair. His believed that noevi a :..,..i;..t..u Paul N'lHimaun or 41UMIO il,niv.... - i... Ki,r,.i.Wi,U. althomrh theeonspir utors hud Minguino hopes of pecuniary I ..1,1 fmin Ifnt l;it.til I At the tinv of the arrests the houses of Walker and ('umminifs were Bcarched. Discoveries of dynamite were made and mucli consturnntion fid lowed. A general etY-jctof demoraliza tion has been forced among tho royal ists whoso chief plot for the restoration of tho queou has now collapsed. At t, 1,.!. I.efnra the sallin. of the ltel- gie the evidence against tho conspira tors began to be presented, l.'ommis-biou-r Klount has stated that he ha not yet sent forward any report, but will take it with him. 0:i the 2'id Claus Spreckols found a placard on his gate bearing a skull and cross bones and a menacing mcssaife. Me was much ajxcitml and immediately sent a note to Minister lllount. demanding protection. Mr. lilount notified President Dole, who provided a guard for Spreckel's place. The citizens' reserve, which now numbers between six and soven hun dred men. nil armud with Sprinjrie,d rilles, and the Annexation club, most vf whose members tielotiir to the re lerve, play iiitu an important part in mother nlot. In the event of a royal- fct outbreak certain prouiineut sup porters of the ex-queen are marked for .l.nitrlifi-r. A member of the citizens' reserve has given out a list of names of tliosa rovnliHts who are to ue nuiri v the Hrt' sign of trouble. It includes that of flans Spreckels. With all the talk of conspiracy and uiinlor there is liardly any possibility of trouble. A liandful of white and half white agi tators who might bo ili wed to make trouble realize that 11: -' could not btaud Iv.-fore the wcll-di.-c.plined. well armed fore of the provisional govern ment. The annexationists are elated over what thev believe to be a reprimand to Minister' lilount by tho state depart ment at Washington on account of his n..im in i lie Nurdliolf case. The news nf the appointment of ,lu 1e Sneed as minister to Hawaii has arrive! here. Mr. Mloiint was delighted that his suc cessor had been appointed. CRISIS IN COLORADO. rhe Htte on I he Vere of a riimnrl.l funlr-Credlloni Hrfaaeto Fay ttnn ,h" Humllrat Acroauta, Owing lo Utk of OoaHilcorr. I'ukii.o. Col., July 0.-The effect of tho silver trouble Is already beginning to mnnifest ltelf In a startling manner In commercial circles. Collectors find it almost impossible to secure payment of even the smallest accounts, the utringeucy being far greater than has ever befor boon experienced in Pueblo. The appearances Indicate that even creditors who have money sufficient to .,, i linnd udoo them are re- V. fusing payment ia order to hoard what little realy money vney now po rri..- t. inre.l feelinir. which is auv.v B j , , m mo doubt more the result of lack of nnnfldence than anything else, mat ! nn the verire of an ex- tremely critical period and the effect Is to withdraw money from circulation i. .tlntlnn nf a time when It will be needed far more than now. ' m.e r.Mii Kilted by Llihtnlnf Uaoktowv, Mich., July o.-Durlng the prevalenoe of a severe thunder 9 nVlnnk vesterdav morning, w " the house on the Joe Cross farm, lo ..tA k,if end one-half miles north- vast of town, was itmok by lightning- ind totally destroyea. mere were ven persons in the building when the light- O'mg struck It ana nve 01 mem er either killed or burned to death and one of those who escaped is probably tr,tml The dead are: Mr. Balicock.wife and child, of Sllverwood: ff r. Frost, of Fostorla, end the 8-yir-ld son of Mr. Hoberta, the tenant. Notice 1 sole a cent for Wellington and vicinity for the sale of flavoring extracts In powder; alsc phy sicians' and surgeons' soap. Samples can be seen at Mrs. A. Banning s. gQ , illnS. A. uuri"" . i.-.s.. flimiinlves to be All persons ui"k vu- . . i itnah are reouested to call and mane nnmeumw undersigned, w th wnom lue '-"- been lelt lor coiiecuou. ""7 Wellington, )., July 8, '03. , (28 Rheumatism Is a symptom of disease of the kidneys. I, will certainly he relieved by Park . sure Uure. inai nenunuic, """ tired feeling come irom we snino vu.. Ask foi Park's sure cure for the "J"'1 kidneys. 1'rlce at. i, in, trim? Birds 5c. clear. They sre fine. Sold at Tissot's drug store. Mosaic Floors. laid In endwood and mosaic designs should call on me. 1 . 1 11..., i,t,in'j moHulc floors. 01 am affeui iui wubuiv. Chicago. 111. Prices away below anyming that has yet oeen onercu m r All material Kusrann.ru "'".- Don't TobiwcoSpIt or Hmoke your Wfe Awar is the truthful, startling title of a little book that tells all aooui nu-w-w, " wonderful, harmless, uaran eeu ju.. habit cure. The cost Is tnning anu iue man who wants to quit anu can t, i..,.!-.oi n. flninr.UI risk in using "No- UiitDivm ' " - to-bac," sold by all druggists. Book at drug Stores or vy hn Sterllnir Remedy Co., Indiana Mineral 8prlngs, Ino 2;JvJJ SldlUK it ;.ionrth Hnn linve some excel- Vnt Yellow Pine and Yellow Poplar bid ing for sale. Try tueir v " siuiug. Hemlock Hhlngles Those Hemlock Shingles at H. Wads worth & Son's are going rapidly at a low price. v- Tula Water is every lady's choice ot preparations for the complexion, as 11 is me i.esi. jit iv. For sale by Mrs. Fred SutlllT, h-tst Me- HamloTik Bhlnarles t. Arl ntiAiliAii .of nf TTfmlock Shinnies at H. Wadsworth & Son's. 25tf ' Twentyone New Process Vapor Stoves sold this spring Dy n. a. reirce. G. W. Hines, Auctioneer, Pittsfleld, Lo rain county, Ohio. Sales attended lo promptly; Ladles' Choice. Curline keeps crimps, frizzes and bangs in perfect order iroin one 10 inree uto Prepared aud sold by F. B. Tlssot, druR- gist. (32 Wire Barbed wire, plain wire, poultry netting, a Ann and window screen wlrerlor sale UUU UW by J. W. Wilmir. chauic street. (40 Wllil Roue Curling Flu d r...ii..u . wild T?n Ciirlinil Fluid to kei) your bangs in order ror sale by Mrs. Fred Sulliil', Etst Mechanic Si. (10 For Male For sale, a good, nrst-clssi IMf-gerstor. i, r. vuci 11. Wnnted Olrl u.,o...l 1nw.1l reliable cirl.todo sen- fninilv of two. Must 1. - Ist i,f reterences. i'sll al my resi ,'l..,.rA enrner of Barker and Taylor btreets, Wellington. Mi. P. A. hMKiisoN. Oet the Beat The celebrated Quick Meal Gasoline Btove, for sale by J. W. VYllDur. Mower and Reaper Sections for sale at J. W. Wilbur's. For Sulo We have grading and top-dressing dirt lor sale,. . . HEMENWAY liUICK AND I ILK VU. the New Process Vapor Stove' ll not, call at W. E. Pelrce's and be convinced of its superiority. a T-nnnitf FT?!? f. H. A'rndt will sue lloneer sales ol all kinds of properly Satisfaction guaranteed. P.O.: Sullivan Ohio ' The 1'lBce to Buy Buggies. ..... l.airlnnini' In find where to buy buggies: it's at J. A. Macomber's on Railroad sireei. ineysoi uipiu i wholesale prices. Doesn't that buggy of yours look a little rusty? Better let him brighten it up. lie's the best carriage rminter In these parts. Oo and talK to niin about it. FAKMKKS and others should insure In the Guardian Assurance Co., orani.ed In 1821. Its as sets are over ia,uw,uw.w, ana uas mo largest paid up capuni 01 any company iu the world doing a fire business, and writes the best lorm policy known on farm property. Rates as low ss the lowest. For I particulars call on the sijcnt, Jos. Dine. howcr, Mallory block. Wellington, u. For Kent. The Star Bakery on Ninth Main street. Enoulre of Mis. M. Miuz, llamilion si. n The Markets. July 12, 1893. CHKK8U. Ohloitandard " Familv Favorite 8 lll'TTKK. rwirv. ncr lb 'Jreamery V lh FLOLH AND FEED. Flour,persack(40 Iks) Corn mcal.pcrcwt liViidsurnmer laughteir 1111bh1m1SSSISSI1I1III1S And Low Prices of lothirag, Boots hoes Will be the principal object of interest in Wellington for the week beginning July 17 and ending July 22. It is in keeping with our custom to offer special inducements to the people twice a year one week in July and the same in February. Many nave learned to anticipate these special sales! and, taking advantage of cut prices, have bought their Clothing, Boots & bhoes lor six months in advance. This Tremendous Slaughter Sale ! ! ' 14 " 20 will reach every department of our immense stock and all kinds of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, burnishing fcoocis, Satchels, Children's Ruffled Waists, in fact, every article in our store will be quoted as low as Chop, per cwt. ddlii Seaman & Smith Co., Cleveland. spci lul July Rh KMle-Ieolded nrfHln. 8151 Superior St.. OpponlU J. 1. Uud.ou's. Shoes Cut Wide ipen. t A Jnlv sale: that means something to . Wa lin.n nnVAr flttfrpd ......V .lAnlila1 tiurilllin. HH WH HTU IHFW KIT- inir this vesr, In all drptrtments. Ladies f:j.0!J.54.IHI snd f.).w sillies ieirsu hundn-ilsof pslrs. your cnoice si i u.id nnui iivinnin nil n imn. Children's hsrd.msde shoes, biindreds of pairs. at half price, flien s T.w nanu I. ir.n nulr. Ht t.tOO. Bargains iii;iiic ruw.-". . . along the whole line. The largest and tin- est shoe stock in ueveiunu. Seamas & Smith Co. New stand 212 Superior St., next to E. I. Mdwin, Hatch ii Co. W. E. Peircs has sold sixtyflve Red Cross Hnnges, and fciiu wiey g. I..t the Good Work co On. Willi ..inu nrilt riiiitlniin lo inuku nicely finished cahlnels lor $1.00 for two more wet ks. Gallery In Crosier block, Welling- W'll, V. Uood 'alilnet I'liutun. Th.. limn to seciir.; them for tl per doz- hii 8 extended to the loth of July. Wil lirms irallery, In Crosh r block, Welllni?. ton, 0. Wanted TAT ,l In unrll I.S lh 1hV. Will alSO (1,1 wsshlnKS at my residenee'on Union tit, OHJ J1IAHT illAlJIJr... West End Orocery u- nn l, nm! a fine assortment ol ...i ,,wi v.Aki Imhs and fresh roasted cotiees. hams, Isfd, etc.. and will sell the tame at lowent innrKei prirex. W. Arnold. The IhiUck. tv, ..u-auni oiTM't Hiul iierlcht safety ..i. i,. i. u.lUa itihv use the California liquid laxative Hyrup of Figs, under all renditions, makes It their favorite remedy. To iiet the true snd iremnne snicie, io for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co., printed near me uouum ui mo sje. Why Should I not have confidence in that which has done me a world of good. If you had suffered years with liver complaint snd got curea i.v usinir Su nhur Dltters.wouia novyou ioo have confidence In them! J. R. Nshi Uotel Winthrup, Boston. Bncklcn's Arnica Salve .n . i . in thA world for cuts. - ..i.Ava anil rliAiim. fever uruises, sure., uivo.o, - sores, tetter, chapped hsnsdB, chilblains, " -tl .1. IH Arnr.tlnn. Iind nosl. corns, ana an " , : tively cures piles or no psy requ red. It Is guarsnteei to :ly VM .s.Cti" or money retunoeu. j r.o . box. For sale by W. r . JNar co. riitnaH .ml Tttti-Whn Tea will .tiki niuur, wmm cure sick hesdach .constipation, diwiness pain la the bsck. boiq oy su uruBK'" Rather Hteep to. ...w. in mnv ntlisr form Is what 1 UaU laiiv m..j " - many peop'9 thlnk- 8nd .?aik t te made lor just sucn juii. i patlon snd, though not a cathartic, moves the bowels every day. 18tt Dentistry. i - iiniiTa rlirlit to nse Pr. Btedman's method of making clamp t.lntes in Wellington, ah K'nuo .i-i..a. o,k done In a ekllful and thorough man er. Yours Very lru y. TV , U. .00 1.18 1.25 .1)5 .90 1.00 Middlinirs.pcrcwt Bran,percwt OilMeal.pcrcwt OKAIN. Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled 0 Wheat 60 Oats 82 OEHEKALPROUUCK. 3hickcns,dressed,perlh I) 08 Bggs.perdoz - Wmd 13 18 Tallow, po lb d.03 Hides, per It 0.03 IotatoB (m-w) 1-w 20 per cent, off "Prnm t.hfi original rrice. If vou are going to the Chicago Expo sition and need an outfit for the occasion, you will save from three to . j T 1 five doUars by calling on Goodrich tor tne same aurmg tneween above mentioned. Remember, this sale will positively close on xne evening of Saturday, July 22. THE CLEVELAND COLLEGE. AUTRE!) DAY. Principal. Only cnU-i: In Northern Ohio 4rtt4 aclully 10 Sluirthaud and Typewriting. CircuUri Bilileil. Th, Cllil Shorthind College Co. 64-66 Euclid Av. E. E (iOOPlMDCIHl COILESE, Do toq Inlcnil In ontr s Iln.lnw Cul!iut I! T will wnil .1 flit aunip anJ d.ln-w ui P"aal onn prr"" "iwllnn I" lir'l1J r"l",,j " will mall )"ii ir"'. i"miiiuii" r. wurth'rflernta. Aililrma J. T. Henderson, Prln., Box 333, Oberlln, 0. A FAIR TRIAL of Hood's Sar saparilla guarantees a complete cure. It is an honest medicine, honest ly advertised and it honestly CURES Drs. GATCHELL, hS;! Spate 950 T1i ArfMil, rieTelaml, u.( i ..i tltl w vUlt ta WftlHntf' Will niUKV n iiiuai r ..- " ton-AinerH'kiii iiounH-wnu mry j t... .l..,.a tiltt.pliiir frmii (TutttrTh. UeslneVs. Hay rer. Ilrm.chlil. ,r Weak Luim. The dale ol Hn.nl visit wMI be J nniinced In a snln'iiin-nt Issue. C iNSIJliTA T10N aud KXAmInaTION FREB. Their home treatment. riiiiiiMiiiii "'.U,H USiaiinn ui mirnKuin - . ed lislsam Vapor. rvachliiK all portions of the the above named diseases where all other methods ran. ,E. E. GOODRICH Displays this week a cent Window of Neckwear! Also? a few of the leading styles of SHOES and a whole big lot of .those single-breasted, square-corner suits which are so stylish. TiJiins Ctds,(li.SmTnMt.0fW,Isiti. 0njS. Brihltl and A.thaia. 0n!Uo la am turn I iTaitacd lUfaa. ., IM will aM ti. -c'lant clf..t a(Ur taklrc th. Smt dtM. Stat t titUcaartfvaan. UalatuiMMHaMl. SOtf HOLUHOOK. HOOD'S AND ONLY Hood s Sanaparilla is '.he medi cine for you. Because It is the best, blood purif.sr, HOOD'S CURES ... it i ;ii i'r. I'.V i h ! 1; 1 a j 1 1 It n. id i i r.