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TU1Z JUSTICE TO RESUME ITS SWAY, The District Court Will Reopen its Sessions Today. JCI": I'CKKYTO IIOMTHK M AI.M About If H.-dria .ml Wfly Cm... to ltrbt Up Mot of Which Are ror Otlm Ia I,on -'h r and h Col Ironk anI JlMor!rly. After a cessation of business since the 5th of January laet, Judge Perry. will re-open the Diatrict Court at 9 :30 this morning. As there are Borne 250 cases on the docket, he and his clerk will be kept quite bu3V for a few days. Mo3t of theee A 1 cases, however, are wnai is lermeu in police parlance "petty criminal," nrf will not take much time to adjudicate. The cases which will come up before His Honor today are of all a a rnmnp fmm assault witn a MiiUB) O deadly weapon to disturbing the quiet of the night and selling liquor without a license. There are also numerous opium cases on the docket and also a case each oi rape, mcesi, mavhem and lascivious conduct. Itemizing Judge Perry's docket it will be found to include tne ioi- lowing: Assault with a weapon. 7 ; non payment of taxes, 1 ; burglary, 1 ; vacrancv. 1 : failing to attend ex amination, 4 ; assault and battery, 24; drunkenness, 21; perjury, 2; bribing police officers, 4 ; sodomy, 1; larceny, 10; embezzlement, 1; malicious injury and mischief, 3; affray, 8 ; murder, 1 ; rape, 1 ; may- offense, 1 ; deserting contract ser vice, lascivious conduct, 1 ; vio lating passport laws, 2 ; furious and heedless driving, 2 ; gambling, 120 ; incest, 1 ; disturbing quiet of night, 4; selling liquor without license, 11 ; opium in poseeeeion, 2; arson, 1 ; violating license Jaws, 1. These caees are the accumulation of over two months, during which time no session of the Police Court has been held. Under martial law there has been but few arrests for petty offenses. For example, but one arrest was made cn Saturday and that was for drunkenness, pure and simple. Yesterday tifrernoon another individual watt hauled in for the same offense. When mar tial law is not in force the average arrests on Saturday night has been about fifteen cr twenty for drunk enness alone. LEFT ON THE PLANTER George Ritman Denies the Story That He Was an Anarchist. By tho barkentine Plauter, which left on Saturday afternoon, J. Cr White and George Ritman, with their wives, left for the Coast. In an interview with Mr. Ritman a. few minutes previous to his depar ture he positively denied any con nection with anarchism; either at Otumwa, Iowa, or any other place. While a6knowledging that he was connected with a strike of iron moulders lu Otumwa years ago, he positively denies any. connection with anarchists cr with any soci ety with such inclinations. Mr. Ritman will visit Otumwa during his absence from Hawaii and will forward affidavits from that place for publication here, which he claims will be a complete refuta tion of his eupposed anarchistic tendencies. A large number of friends and acquaintances of the family were present at the depar ture of the vessel. COURT NOTES. The executors cf the estate of M. Goldberg, deceased, have filed their first annual account. They are Theo. C. Torter and E. D. Ten ney, and their statement shows they have paid out more money than has been received. The ac count shows the receipts to be $15, 730.62 and expenditures $15,7S2.70, leaving a balance of $51.70 against the estate. Lefiton of Honor. The following oflicers of Hawai ian Council, No. GS9, American Le gion of 'IIonor, were installed on Friday evening last : Commander, A. E. Murpby ; vice-commander, F. E. Nicolls : orator. P. Peck : sec retary, J. F..Eckhardt; collector, T. B. Douglass; treasurer, Chas. liasUce ; chaplain, George P. Cas ile : guide. 8atauet Ledtrer ; sen- l7VT , ? Prtn . warden, John McDoc<l. pniTCHAP.D IS A NOVELTY. The rimt lpoMkii Senator From North Carol In Ior Twenty-two Tear. since John Pool retired from tho United Stated senate nearly 22 years ngo North Carolina ha not had a Republican aenator until Jeter C. Fritcfcard was elected by tba legislature now In session at Raleigh and took Lia scat tho ether day to fill out the term of the late Senator Vance, which will expire on March 3, 1897. Mr. Pritchard was born In Jonesboro, Tenn., July 12, 1857. He was educated at Martin'a Creek academy and Odd Fclloir' Institute In Tennessee and later learned the printer's trade. He did bis first work on The Union Flag, a Republican paper published In Jonesboro. In 1S73 he retnoted to Bakers-? llle, K. C, where he began the publication of a newspaper and where he entered politics a JETER C. PRITCHARD. year later. He was a Republican, and during the presidential campaign of 1870 he made a aeries of speeches for Hayes and Wheeler. In 1873 bo again canvassed his county and was for several years a deputy United States marshal. In 1870 be re moved to Marshall, the county seat of Madison county, and In the GarfieldHan oock presidential campaign of the follow ing year was subelector In several coun ties and made a number of speeches. In 1884 be was elected a member of tho lower bouse of the North Carolina legis lature by a handsome majority and was re-elected in 1886, receiving the largest majority ever secured by a Republican In bis district up to that time. Meanwhile he bad turned bis attention to the law and In . 1887 was admitted to practice. He speedily gained' a lucrative business and has since become one of the prominent lawyers of the state. In 1883 he ran for lieutenant governor in conjunction with Colonel Oliver H. Dockery, the Republic an gubernatorial -candidate but was de feated. . Marlon C. Butler, the other newly elect ed North Carolina senator, Is a Populist. Ho will not be seated until March i. Telephoning In South Africa. Ono of the finest telephone systems in tho world has recently been put In opera tion in Johannesburg, and tho linos will bo extended to the mines and tho smaller towns of tho Transvaal. Tho Dutch bavo a reputation for thoroughness, and'beforo building their system tho head of tho Transvaal telegraph department mado a tour of inspection through all the princi pal cities of Europo and utilized the best ideas of each. Wherein Nature Orer loo Iced Australia. Australia is the only country in tho world to which ruminating animals aro not indigenous, and yet cattle and sheep of various breeds tbrivo there amazingly. After Pneumonia Catarrh, Abscesses, and Dyspepsia Hood's Sarsaparllla Cave Robust Health and Strength. Mr. TW. TF. OUm Is a well. known blacksmith of Trenton, N.J. lie writes Illustrating the great building up, blood purifying powers of Hood's Sarsaparllla after serious Illness: C. I. 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Will sail for the al-ove port Tuesday, March 12th, ISflo, AT 9 O'CUXK St. C7Cbin passage, $50. Steerage 2o. For freight and paagt, apply to II. HACKFRLI) A CO . 293 2t Arnta. Tha Daily month. AdTrrtirr . r&ti a THERE'S ONLY ONE Profit made by US as we buy direct from the maker, where by we save TOU tho middle man's profit. If you have been told otherwise, call and be convinced. Our special announcement to you is that by the Gaelic we have received a fine assort ment of Dress Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Neckwear and Japanese Jewely consisting of Scarf Pins in new and unique designs for both ladies and gents. To the Ladies. We invite you to call and see oui new importation of 1 YARD WIDE SILK DRESS GOODS at 30c. They are beauties, and you will fall in love with them at sight. FURTJTA, Hotel Street. PAPA S PANTS Are too Large for me But they fit papa the he has had made in nicest of any that HONOLULU. If 3'ou don't know where the place is, ask the policeman on the corner to ehow you 413'Eort Street: While ordering a euit, j-ou can also be fitted out in all classes and grades of Don't Forget the Number 413, 413. JolinstoD S Storey. ONCE MORE IS THE' LiHD ! N. F. BURGESS is acaln prepartdjrto repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Water Tape, Saw Fil ing and all kinda o( Tools sharpened In cluding Carving Knives and Scisr; Lawn Mowers a tpeclalty ; also Fttin Ulawi. in Utl all kinds of johbin2 Work railed for atd rrtarnrj. U;0 op Mntnal Te'.epLon n tin; rJor " oVlort a M i-Uixu " FURNISHING CASTLE & C00EI LIMITED. IMPORTERS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE -AND- GENERAL Merchandise Plantation Suppli., Steel Plows, made expreBsly"'7or Inlai d Work with extia Pari. OANE KNIVES, Agricnltaral Implements ! CARPENTERS', KLACKSMITHS' AKD MACHINISTS' TOOLS Painters Supplies, Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines RUBRIC ATINO OILS. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc. CASTLE & COOKE L'd nviponxKics. Hardware General Merchandise New lot of Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper. Latest designs in Pic ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. 3S57-ly HOTEL STREET. DRESSED TO KILL! He is, no doubt. The result shows it. The damsel prefers the better dressed man. Sach result is a matter of course when the suit is made in our well-known faultless style. Poor tailoring 6poils the best cloth. With us both material and tailoring are above criticism. And we are now making Suits, Overcoats and Panta at a biff reduction. See our Pants for $o. MEDKIROS & CO., Hotel twt. opposite King Bros. Wanted To Purchase. A hlf. of rm: iioixjmua Ji tvCvl WAR PHOTOS. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, IMPORTERS Japanese Silk and Cotton Dress Goods ! Kimonos, Scarfs, Shawl, Bamboo Parlor Screens, from $2 np and Portieres. 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CARRIAGE WHIPS? a new invoice. Agents for the celebrated VACUUM OIL. Pacific Hardware Fort Street. - J". HGPP & CO., - FURNITURE JUST RECEIVED ! 4 THE lVtTJTTJA.r, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORE RICHARD A. lleCVUDV Assets December 31st, 1893 : 0!SSf707,CC0i o A Good Record, tho Best G tiaras! C2 fcr its Ttrre o czrroz PAirncuutiL?, at tlx to C 9nr HOTEL 8TKKETS. AND DEALERS IN house in Honolulu for Jarvan Proprietors. FROM & COMPAIY Co. Giant Powder, Caps and Fuse t AVENARIUS ! Company, Limited, - - Honolulu. A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITS JSJT L,OW PRICES: Wicker Ware, . Rugs and Poitiers of all sizes,. Shaving Stands. Card Tables. AND ROCKERS In Oak or Cherry,and other goo! too numerous to mention. Repairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other islands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING STREET. ikk 'tis fe