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HONOLULU, MARCn G. !S5. EFFORTS IH BEHALF OF SEVARD. PLOTTING AGAINST MJUIS. Mueller Is Shoveling Dirt in the Streets of Vancouver. . Li EuDg Chang Trying to Over throw the Dynasty. 'l mo I houn'l Soldier Sall to Have Jtrn Killed by ibe Kxplotlon KITMAM SAII TO I5K AS A NAKCIII T I of m Macazino. An A.ldreat to J'reld.nt Dole l'rpra ....i ki.H iiw I'nitrd State Senatoi w. . . . . - - - Departuieot -Mate Denim terferenre. AVIth Hawaii at Any In- All. LondoX, Feb. 20. A dispatch from Shanghai today, printed here this afternoon pays it is positively averted that the jonrney of Li Hung Chan" to Peking i3 intended to give him a chance to accomplish what he has Jong awaited the overthrow of the present Manchu dynasty in China. Li Hung Chang will begin his jour- Cjiicaoo, Feb. 17.-A special to the UT Peking tomorrow. Inter Ocean from Pitttburgsays : Ac- rriiiiir to Judjre J. F. Single of the Alleiihrny county bench the United state Government has taken a band In the intended ex-cutlon of W. T. The same dispatch also says that Kung, ex taotai of Port Arthur, has made a confession showing the trait orous designs of LI Hung Chang. It is stated that Li Huncr Chant im m iuq iijicuueu t a -, u uu v o e -- Seward, the American implicated in been leagued with the officials of the the Hawaiian revolution. Slagle and palace of Peking for the overthrow of Seward are brothers-in-law. The ""r "f 8l"ce was ae- former returned from Washington to- Cfl Ta- day, where he went tolnterebtSec- A diapatch from Pek, 7 jh retaryGresbamin tbeca-e ger eral opinion among high officials Judge Slagle said: "In addition to f-hftt T,i Huno- r.h,?r Jt.ZiS-Zl calling on Secretary Gresbam and fnaftP(i n fa ,rr".t"":t..Z Minister Thurston, I saw Senators fai n acceptable nvov in jlr Hawley. Allien. Piatt of 0nnectIcut, JLKSlfnIfK & "p.an- l rblna !! Tllltlr HflWllT tit no vuai, uu nin uo mane a tttlZtUt o(KJh L"?"' "Is mtelon ! ended, r;"- a o. wueiuer oe is succesaiui or not. ehpo epehtI Grant. ELy. the youns pool player -who recently defeated lfred de Ow ti O I I .N nun of oxcfllenr l.alms and seem-, to have championship material in him 0 YV. f SV ' J '-MR-SVPNg V M " " w-WwJB.JWwMBwi I ola.l r aid liim. Aft R.f.trPxM tc PlM idnt DolV was prepared and signed by me unite! wtaies eeiiaiors. 1 am car, isttfd it will have considerable weight. as the Hawaiian Government wants the good will of the American people." -W r -W m. 9 V WSHINOTOK, J? ell. 10.- 11 IS posi tively denied at the State Department r i a t 1 . inai oecietary uresaaiu na iuierveneu 8tecially In the case of Major Seward, one of the Americans under sentence of death at Honolulu for treason, or has addressed a special message on the m mm Iff f 9 sut'iecc to Aiiiu-ter wiuis 10 oe lor- warded from Vancouver. The Chen Yuen will temnorHlv hA sent to Port rlhur and thn nthr sels will be sent to Japan. "All or the forts are now held hv crews from the Port Arthur unval sta tion. The Yaner-Chi war rmi and given up as a conveyance for the remains of Admiral Ting " "A Central News dispatch from To klo t-avs: Admiral Ito rpnrt fmm Wei-hai wei under date of Fehnmrv 17th as follows: "Todav thn ftitlro fleet entered the harbor. The forts on Liiu-Kuns-Tao island, the tornodn statious and the war shiDs Chpn Pleasant Valley, New York. Ottumwa (la.), Feb. 18. George Yupn. r?hn. Vnr, tror, u; Rllmaii. one of the Americans deport pi.n. f!hn Phnn r-h.,.Pi r X-T nu i Wr m tvi ublltfV HlTtla rl fa I . . ed fiora Hrtwnil for making dynamite bombs for Queen Liliuokalanl, once lived in this city. He was a machinist here, with anarchistic tendencies. He left for Honolulu a few years ago. Vancouver (B O, Feb. 20. The denoited men. Cranstoun. Johnston and Mueller, are still here. Mueller, who was a prosperous merchant in Hono INan, Chen Si and Chen Long, to gether with the Government build IiiKS, were cded to u-, and our crews were sent to prepare the shins for sail ing. A dispatch dated at Kai-Ping Feb ruary 17th savs about 1000 Chlnpn trop attacked the Japanese outposts ai Aumo-uueng in tne morning, and 1 11 1 1I lino Kh..An wl iTf.n tifn.1 Ti Vl a' n I t W I IDDro tr&rAtltoArl w.nrviwl Iff TKa shoveling dirt on the streets o enable retreated precipitately, leaving thirty him to live. Johnston's friends have dead on the field. The number of come to his relief. The Ameri an, wound-d has not been ascertained. Cranstoun. is a truest of United States The Japanese suffered no loss what- Consul Peterson. The men fear that I ever. all their nronertv In ITnnnliilii has I TTn-KnTm-K-n on rt t. been seized by the Hawaiian Govern- that at a recent explosion of the mag- were killed. TlEN T8IN. Feb. 20 An imnprinl decree has been issued, ordering that tvuntr. ex-iaotai or ifort Arthur, ntid General Yeh Chi Coa, who were tried bv the board of nuuishmpnr.. hnnnn. demned to prison until autumn, when they are to be executed forlosiug Port anuur to ice Japanese. Two hundred Chinpwp anil plcreitxr Japanese were killed during the oper- n . . . IT f Tf r m-99 " ttiiuuuu. ei-nai-vei. A diSPatch to the) RtnrtdArrl trnm Tokio isays that a bill will b Intro duced In the Japanese Diet tomorrow, askii g for the further appropriation of 10,000,000 yen ($10,000,000) for war ex penses. Some of the Chinese torpedo boats at Wei-Hai-Wei deserted to th pnpmr. their crews bavincr mutinied, and A I'EKRV I'OAT BURJTED. Xcrrible DIaaater Jn lFbleli One Hun dred Liven Were Lot. New York. Feb. 20. The Rfn "NTpwb of January 8ib, Just received, gives me pariu-uiars oi me recent terrible calamity In the bay of Rio Janeiro. It savs: A tout 7:15 o'clock on Run day evening, the 6th Inst , a fire br ke out on the ferrv boat Ttrcplra unnn after her leaving the St. Domingas janiung. 11 is generally estimated that there were from 100 to 150 per sons on board at the time of the dis aster. Although the Terceira was barely 300 meters from the land when the Are appeared, nothing effective ap pears to have been done to save the The above M0L1NE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we now carry in stock and can fill orders for same promptly. 1 hey have been thoroughly tried and the fact that we have sold SEVENTEEN on the island of Hawaii alone during the past two months shows that the planters know a cood thine when they see it. We still sell the well-known Hall Breaker, 12, 14, 15 and 16-incb, which is also made by the M0L1NE PLOW COM PANY. One of our hifnsf. nsfnmflr. caro iio ''Send me a lfi-iiirh 'HnllV Rrotor T h makes lately and find they do not do the work that yours will." We have all sizes of Plows from 4 to 16 inches; also side hill and furrow Plows. We have the most complete assortment of Tools of all kinds for clearing sugar or coffee lands. Our stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been added to lately and we can furnish almost anything needed. '-WAUKEOAN" BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other make; try it and you will be surprised with the results. If you prefer galvanized or black nl heavy stock. If you want a. perfect wire stretcher send to E. O. Hall & Son. Many suffer from serious disorders of the liver and stomach. Impurities in tnc blood tend to poison the vital uma. liie failure of the organs to proper! remove the waste from the system allows the perms of disease to accumulate and not until tho wholo system is affected do many realize that impure moou is the cause of all their trouble. Mr. Sidney S. Mastcn of Pleasant Valley, N. Y.", whose tcstimo- nmi icuer roiiows, is a well known painter. His health was impaired by lead poison and gradually lus whole system became affected. He resorted to Hood's Sarsaparilla and in it found a purifier of the blood and a restorer of the liver and kidneys to natural action ; in short, a good appetite and renewed strcng-th and vigor lias followed his taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Read and consider: "Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1894. HP T . T 1 1 -ma- " Gentlemen : I am a house- painter by trade and have been troubled with liver right KloOCFs complaint for about ten years. . I have al so suffered much from constipation, being obliged to take a cathartic every few days. I have used many different kinds of Pills which gave me only temporary relief. In the night I would wake up and my mouth would be so dry It would seem almost Im possible to get moisture enough to wet it. I had a great deal of trouble also in my side under my short ribs. It would often extend up my back under my shoulder so severely I would be ObllgeU to Stop Work, and lie flit on my back to get relief. I had a g,.at deal of headache and my ap petite wes very poor. In fact, for the hut year, I have been all broken up.- I have treated with six different doctors who helped me only for a short time. Some said I had enlargement of the Uver and another that it was Due to Lead Poison and that I would have- to give up the painting business. About the middle of April last I was obliged to give up work entirely for a week. I told my wife that I was discouraged and she finally persuaded me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I had taken a great many different medicines and all had failed, but I decided to make one more trial and bought a bottle of Hood's Sarsaprjilla. Before it had all been taken I felt better and now, having taken three bottles I have no trouble with my fiide. I am free from constipation and arsapanrSDia have a good appetite. I work everj' day, aral Feel Like a Now Man, thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. I recom mend it to aU as one of the best tonics on the market, and I intend to continue taking it from time to time." Sidney B. Master. , Hood '3 Pills are tne best after-dinner pills, assist digestion, prevent constipation. . HOB HON DRUG COMPANY, Wholesale Agents. passengers, except the forethought of soldiers on the island of L,iu Kung .Lao the engineers in opening the safety- refused to fight. valves of the boilers to Drevnt an ix plosion. The master signaled for the engineer to stop, and then nothing more was done. There were annar- TELE GRA PB IO NO TJSS. TTanvn T.wtI n m A 1 X .1 t - ... . I AAtuijr xi v i up. 10 iu uuuuuu tevereiy f m a w u tw il. ttw mam rrnm w v u. i n 11 im mm i i ihiw lkuii ri n it n rm n mn m a onboard. tm r..i i . The fire burned with nrh rn.,m . ?",.M'.,"ao Dest-KBOwn however, that the tlrV ZiX f.VJD,er m ine b0UlD In ula- ' W w fy-mr m W Vj 1 If were drowned. Some were rescued , ,anti oleomargarine bill passed uy jauncnes ana ooars. wnirh hnat. i : v. i.ud ncuiasa ueKm ened to the scene, and a few RtmpH. ia,ure. W T 1 mL . . M I in Rnrimmino oarmrA I I no I -ia irtarrn m rrM mill The ferrvboat OulntA h.irl inaf ttt I fives, nearlv .00 strnntr. hnvn imnannt - f wv - juaw-t ' - - CI w D t the xMictherov Hn when tho fir- hrnirQ I on a strike. ui, anu xier master promptly hurried w ine i-cene. ,uq approaching the Duruincr vessel ha wan inf(fwni onP. rounded by an excited crowd of pas sengers, some with revolvt-rt In their nana, who tlirealpnpii hi lira tr t r " - .Sw 11 ventured near the buruiug boat. He was tnererore compelled to turn away and leave the tassens?pr.q nf fhoTut. celrato their fate. Before however, he had all the benches and uner means or saving life thrown overboard for those struggling in the FT Oll In little more than half an hour the terrible scene was at an end so far as in passengers were concernel. I he Jlt of .saved numbers about miny. isoiiies were picked up all nisht and next r?n.v q nil nun J - w w . DTi WCU ly bodies were recovered, some outside ine naroor, Having been carrUdout to sea by the tides. It is thought that oixic ui me vicums were carried down with the wreck. It is believed that tue loiai loss was not less than 100. Brazil a Revolution. Rio Grande to Sit. fRm-rii xru - - jL tru. ly. It is reported from Montevideo on ine amnonty of the rebel Admir- ai, xjsl urama, that the Government forces, on capturir g the town of San Gabriel, massacred the inhabitants. j-a uama has teen personally in command oi the rebel forces for the pasi iew weeks. A number of soldiers have been ar rested for insubordination, and six teen of them have been shot. Philadelphia's Large Vote. Philadelphia. Feb. 20. In a total jote of 214,747 Charles F. Warwick, itepubhcan candidata tnr Macnf a plurality of CO 989 over ex- bad n --"v vs uou over ex- ocrirDTh-R E PattiOD, Dem ocrat. This is the greatest plurality ever given acandidAto ; JL':?: " contest. RpDnhliVomo r borough ... ir " r K-i.u uave carried " a 1 ItJO c"7 and elections in the State. on a strike. P. BocradofT. the First Kpprptnrr rf the Ruffian Leedtion in WHshiiicrton killed himself. A carload of about l()ft tTThInps in uoud, en route from Hongkong to Ha vana. Cuba. Darted through Fort. Worth. Colonel Robert Porner. a wealthv stock breeder and owner of the famous ftallion Onward, died at Frankfort- Kentucky. Repairs to the steamer La Gascogne have been completed and she has left New Yoik with over 300 passengers and a full crew. The prudential committee of the Yale Corporation has accepted the plans for a Phelps memorial gateway, to cost $100,000. Jesse Jackson, a notorious train robber committed suicide in the Fed eral Jail at Guthrie, O. T., last week by taking morphine. The Governor of Missouri has re spited Henry Kaiser and Jacob Heinze, who were to hang for the murder of Stockman Brown. The Methodist Book Concern, of New York, has declared a dividend to the amount of S120.000. This u $9n - 000 in excess of last year's dividend. A strike amoncr the buildint? traripq on all buildings in course of erection in JNeW York has hppn rienlArpri. Tf. ia iu sympathy with that of the Elec trical Workers' Uiiion. Harry G. Oseood. chief clerk of Fourth Aistnnt Pnsfmastpr fipjipml Maxwell, in Washington, wa stricken . 1 a a ft . k wiiq appopiexy wniie at worx, and died a short lime after. 8an Dieoo. Feb. 19. William Me- Phaii was killed Monday afternoon by the tremature explosion of a blast at the EprondMo dam. His bead was blown fff. He was a native of Canada, 30 years old and leaves no family. Woman Suffrage Victories- Carson (Nev.), Feb. 19. The woman suffrage amendment to the constitution passed the Senate Yester day with only time dinventing votes. wiiiAiriA, ren iy i. oin crMniine -Am ' jis3?i' . J EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City -Hall. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Ijr Groceries, Provisions and Feed. o New and Fresh Goods received hv pvprv r.Vf fmm r!i;r..,; r-Ax andEnnnean Markets. ' ' r c, Standard grades of canned Vegetables, Froits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island trade solicited. PUSS IN BOOTS. Is all ripht a-foot. This is quite necessarv, not only for pass, but for every one in town, this time of the year Keep the feet a'l riiibt, and health and comfort are apt to be secure. Our stock of footwear embraces pretty much everything in iswio uu d a- s,u a ja ju auu vutvcw' w v 'mwwutucu c ii vi Liraru' ci w v j-i &mua jaa m After irit?p cting our cod ction of footwear, tr ereV i o'hmg more to ste in the way of variety, snd certainly no prices can be lower than onrs. These figure wee made on a little last, and the goods are good enongh to laet till the flowers come again. THE MAKDftCnW SHOE COMPANY, 516 FOI?T STKEET. P. O BOX 145. TELEPHONE NO. ga. FERTILIZERS ! YOU MUST HAVE TO , MAKE GOOD CROPS. Ivutni ia, x rii XiJ f. Ulil JIBUIIU the rigtit of suffrage to women passed the Senate today. FyUrlCT PACKED IN VWE THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps aJways and constant, on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale at the lowest market rates. They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere els. ZJ a dollar saved is a dollar made. . -A.. F. COOKIE, Proprietor and Manatrer. Hawaiian FerHlizins fompany . Something New I Join the Columbia Bicycle Club.