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mi I 'Ay UJ VOL. XXX., NO. 6359 HONOLULU, v HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. TUESDAY, OCTOllEIt, 10, 1890. TWELVE PAGES. mice FIVC CDNCO. 3 in in ; 1 1 m i ii i m n 1 1 1 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MUSIC. ADMIRAL p fulfil f"lf i mounted po'.Uc follow Inc the skirmish II VT T B V ' IlR Jogged slowly down the drive and -ATKINSON & JUDD (A. L. C. Atkin- COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love Bldg., son and Albert F. Judd, Jr.) Office enrer Bishop & Co.'s bank; cor. Mer chant and Kaahumanu sts. -ACHI JOHNSON (W. C. AchI and Fort St.; Piano, Voice Culture. Sing ing and Harmony; especial attention paid to touch, muscular control and musical analysis. Enoch Johnson). Office No. 10 West PIANO TAUGHT IN SIX MONTHS. Anil the Uapificent Reception Given Him in New Yort. Kins St.; Tel. 884. . LORKIN ANDREWS. Office with I Thurston & Carter, Merchant St., next to poBtofflce. i . !LYLE A DICKEY. King and Bethel -Sts.; Tel. 806; P. O. box 786. . FREDERICK W. JOB. Suite 815. Mar qaette Bldg.. Chicago. 111.; Hawaiian Consul General for States of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wiscon sin. New quick method; special attention given to adult beginners. Terms $5 monthly. Address "Musician," Ad vertiser office. ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER. Vocal Instruction: terms by the lesson or the great rulumn a under way. Major G-neral lhn wlih hi glit tering gold-laced taff. followed Imme diately on the hw! ot the police, and Sousa's band, breaking Into one of the airs that men have been marching to and dying to during the lat year or more, took up their place at the head of the men who had made this superb demonstration possible. There had been a few little tentative attempt at cheers before, but as the battalion of sailor from the Olympla- swung Into FOURTEEN FREED!.- Mm Peacs Ccaaiiaoa Mm Sne AcErican Mm. Whaler book hands with tb TCl !b(h. and ibere w a reneral ex- banc- of greetings bu tne pate3- rapbers riled their vocation Acrom is track. The file f barefoot KUlplao soldiers crla"uly surveyed, the llao d fttalwart American cntlntl, whers physique contrasted strongly with tb little brown men. who looked too XUC for. their ruca. Ceoerml Wheeler. tto bad no oSrial rosoectloa lth the l rldest. rlurnrd to Crnrral UacAr thur. and General Wbeatoa rrrA ml the other end of the bridge. Tbm eommlloners and priooem forCtw THE PARADE TO CRAM S TOMB Uce the crowd, Mruck the note that G LLCHE ftrjj QJ STIU I.ILD the rtter dlo.nie4 and I ill. rMiiHwu iw uiietui w "'" waJ lo down all the miles ofl I Gtneral Mac Arthur s first Inquiry tt; d ft th. Pr...ntlon o, th. Co.d ' tU 10th of July, "MIGNON ; 720 Here- Cup by a Mayor Van Wyck- ia,kMl eminently huMnessllk in tania St., Honolulu. Scenes Along the Line ARCHITECTS. CHAS. F. PETERSON. 15 Kaahuma na Ct. !, ; HOWARD & TRAIN, Architects. Suite 7, Model Block, Fort St.; Tel. 989. streets over which the parade wra to paw. Lieutenant Commander Lolvo- corees wax at 4helr head. The men and their Iark blue uniform, relieved only by the tan leggings that horewrork ne cessitates and the flickering lines of light that shifted along their swaying rltle barrels, what a reception tney got! One would have thought the vo ws i or uruiraaai uijbwti pwii and Genital Aleiandriu replied Agulnatdo'a Army Tired of War but ly that they -were la the north." Cca Wdt Uht for Independence to the Last. PHYSICIANS. C L. GARVIN, M.D. Office 537 King St., near Punchbowl; hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 448. UR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND. Of fice 512 Beretania St, near Alapal; hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.; Tel. 915. " 43R. A. GORDON HODGINS. Office and residence, Gedge Cottage, corner Richards and Hotel Sts.; office hours 3 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Tel. 953. OR. WALTER HOFFMAN. Beretania SL, opposite Hawaiian Hotel; office hours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a. m.; Tel. 510; P. O. box 501. DR. T. MITAMURA. Consulting rooms 427 Nuuanu St.; P. O. box 842; Tel. 132; residence 524 Nuuanu St; hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays 2 to 6 p. m. BR. I. MORI. 136 Beretania St, be tween Emma and Fort; Tel. 277; P. O. box 843; office hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 9 to 12 a .m . i ; tDR. A. N. SINCLAIR. 413 King St, next to th6 Opera House; office hours 9 to 10 a. zn., 1 to 3 p. m.f 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 12 m. to 2 p. m.; Tel. 741. T. B. CLAPHAM. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office Hotel Stables; calls, day or night, . promptly ans wered; specialties obstetrics and lameness. : - , . BR. TOMIZO:; KATSUNUMA. Veteri nary Surgeon. Skin diseases of all kinds a specialty. Office room 11, Spreckels Bldg.; hours 9 to 4; Tel. 474; residence TeL 1093. NEW YORK. Sept. SO As the car riage bearing Admiral Dewey leading I cal 1KMibilltles of every throat were the great land parade turned Into Sev-1 exhausted. But If he did h learned I enty-second street tne voices oi . cnu-1 "v v . ...., t t i Uomethlng somewhere In each of those uren weir uruiw. i mnwnat t),r.4Jf and little ones In wblte. groupu to . momenl afterward the carriage form the word "Dewey were ratklng I tXntalnlng Dewey and the Mayor ap- air with words of I reared In the wake of the Olympla s men. me neonie saw mca-iawi u - . M i hp m vvir w ii v in hi 1 1 in it iiiiuti aau pographical Maps a specialty; room Ths trbutc of lho chu,ren was one V'V".- : ,r lMj t.nHir 306, Judd Bldg.; Tel. 633. I . . hp-mtlfiil fenttires Of the! r-.-. iut nil i, Lmvori' hf the j a -' -------- a x &aes w . w-. - - dmiral just gilt of an Admiral's full-dress uniform O. G. TRAPHAGEN. 223 Merchant St., between Fort and Alakea; Tel. 734; Honolulu.. DRAUG T. D. BEASLEY. Plantation and To- welcome. PLAYS FOR TIMK. STENOGRAPHERS. day. and touched the MISS A. A. ALLEN. Office and Bethel Sts. (upstairs) S. about as deeply as did the presentation cannot obscure By his side Ml J the , , ,,ti .i.. r.,. still smaller Mayor of New ork. cor. King of the golden loving cup by Maor formal. In his conventional frock ; Tel. 7ol. van Wyck. He fully realized for the toal anJ Rllk hat am trying to look MISCELLANEOUS. F. D. GREANY, A.B., (Harv.) Pri vate Tutor, with especial reference to preparation for college. Office cor. King and Bethel Sts.; Tel. 62 and 806; P. O. box 759. MRS. B. F. McCALL. Latest designs in Tailor-Made Evening. Dinner Gowns, and Wedding Trousseau. 73 Beretania St. first time the deep meaning with which las though riding beside returning ctn- his recentlon bv the nation and Its nucrors was part of his dally d titles. . , , . I The cheering that balled the Olympla s men was a commonplace vocal demon people is fraught. With bared .head he mounted the platform In. front of the City Hall to receive the loving cup and faced his friends. His really smile had (led. his fine features evidenced the rush and miration In comparison to that which KreeJrd their honored chief. Dewey could not see Memorial Arch when approaching it on the avenue-un til he reached th crest of Murray Hill, where he could look down the J. MORGAN. Opal Merchant, Jeweler and Lapidary; Opal Cutting a Spe cialty; No. 2 School St, near bridge. c. surge of emotions that rarely come in- 1oh: and catch the gleaming white of Hi the life of any man. There was the colonnade through which he was none of the air or the conqueror alnjut to pass. He could bare'y distinguish him. He lost his self-possession and th words of v.rlromc upon arch. wept. Tears coursed down his broni- : t" great ugures ox iwrry. m rar- agut. of Ihx-atur. oi I'orter. sIimw. nut vlth startling ditlnctr.Jk and . re- minded him of the .tat. Vain the police sloped, but iItre any one had time to become lmt.itlnt several shots rang In the air. a. UittAl- on of sailors pas4d. and the hm;tln bet-ame tumultuous, culminating In every form of noise, testifying o;mlar ippreclation as the carriage containing dmlral Dewey and Mayor an yck drew up at the reviewing stand. Flags and handkerchiefs waved In every di rection as the Mayor stepped to the ground, closely followed by the Admir al, who bared bis head and bowed re peatedly to those on the stand. By the time Admiral lewey had mounted the steps, the second carriage stopped and Captains Wildes and Coghlan alighted DENTISTS. f. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. 98 Hotel I HONOLULU St., Honolulu; omce nours a a. m. to 4 p.m. . OR. C. B..KIGH. Philadelphia Dental College 1892; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318. -GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S. Fort St, op posite Catholic Mission; hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. tfDR. A. C. WALL, DR. O. E. WALL. Office hours. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Love Bldg., Fort St: BROKERS. A. J. CAMPBELL. Office Queen St., opposite Union Feed Co. cheeks, and for once be wrrs tak -r surprise. 'Raising aloft the golden tr.il. pre sented to him by the oeonle. be cazed MISS PRESCOTT General Writer and upon it silently for moments that Business Agent; Commissions Un- seemed hours. Ho tried to peak. dertaken for the other Islands; ring Words failed. He turned to the com- up Queen Hotel; Tel. MTJ. mittee. then to his officers, standing in full uniform by his side. .Mechanically P. SILVA. Agent to take acknowledg- he plucked their sleeves, ments to instruments, district of Ko- "These men" he began: then broke na. Oahu: at W. C. Achl's office, down. Finally he said: "These are King St. near Nuuanu. I the men to whom the honor Is due." .vir. .Mayor, turning to tne city LESSONS GIVEN IN THE ART of Executive. "It Is quite impossible to t, . : . . wA express in words how deeply I feel. Travelle. Address or call at Orphe-P10 keenly I am Impressed by these urn Theater. . tuur,u f" " i inaiiK you i rum me ouiiuiu ui in hpnrt If lt heniitirul." hnlillnc nloft TOURISTS' GUIDE THROUGH UA.-the great golden cup. WAll. rice buc; Deauuiuuy mus- Then sl,ddenlv: "Where are'mv of- trated. For sale by all newsdealers. I fleers?" he said. "Cantain I-amberton and Commander Coivocoresses!" he DR. A. C. POSEY. Specialist for Eye, I urged, "Forward!" Ear, Throat and Nose Diseases andl "Ah, he continued, "look at them. Catarrh: Masonic Temple: hours 8 to These are the men of that magnificent squauron wnicn i nave ine nonor io command." Turning to the Mayor, he opened his Hps to speak. He faltered a moment. then again and again tried to speak. At last the words came. It was one of the simplest and briefest speeches ever made by an American naval hero "I thank you." he said. That was all. Who will rightly describe the Kalel- 12 a. m., 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. SANITARIUM. 1082 isfactory State of Affairs. WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. Late offi cial advices from Samoa contain ac- C J. FALK. Member Honolulu Stock! counts of recent meetings of the pro- Eschange; room- 301 Judd Bldg. King St; Tel. 639. Dr. Luella S. Cleveland, medical superintendent. Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; methods of Battle Creek, 'Mich., Sanitarium; baths of every description; trained nurses in bath rooms as well as in sick room; massage and manual movements; electricity In every dosconic panorama of the land parade. form; classified dietary, etc.; ample tne march from Riverside to Washing- facilities for thorough examination. I ton's Arch of 35.000 men led to Madison Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting physi- Square by Dewey himself? Here at clan and surgeon. the tomb of Grant were half a million people so wedged Into the reviewing stands that the faces became n Mur. Here was the winding Hudson be neath, the glorious autumn sun above. Official Reports Indicate a Very Sat- a gentle wind, and the colors of the nation In everv desicn and form, io NATIVE JUDGES FOR SAMOA. his carriage came Dewey from the lit tle steamer which had brought him up the river. Just one roar greeted him: "Dewev I" When Admiral Dewey finally ap- visional government at Apia, at which I neared with the Mayor the band ng.tln steDs were taken to have native judges struck un 'Hail to the Chief!" and the i . . .. . KTfrr t k ir e i mnnw DMi t t I . . x . , . I rrv-il rheereil eontinilOUSl) . .s in 4v v j a k m nr. w t-Am in 1 f i l ti ill i i i v i - .1 shs i im i vi ii .1 11 .11111 1111 1 1 1 1 " - - all sold ; No. 310 Fort St, Mcinerny keep tax recortjs of pr0perty owned by outsiue. surrounde.1 by his staff. The MANI!V. Oct. 1. noon. The Filipino Teacr OommiMdon. which arrivetl at the American lines yesterday morning, brought a request from Arul naldo that be be permitted to send a representative of hts Government to negotiate for peace. General Otis refused the request. There will be another conference. WASHINGTON. Sept SO. The War Department has re ceived the following:. -MANILA. Sept 21. Adja- tant General. Washington: I have received a communication. Uted the irih lnt. from Gen- eral Garrla. commanding all lnMircnt troops In Intern Mindanao. II" rxprr.M- a d- sire to turn the country over to the I'nltrd States and surrender Insurgent arms. OTIS." WASHINGTON. Srpt. Z). War vpartrmnt nSSclals are ti.Uy very much encouraced rrgardlng th situation in the Philippines a crnvcrl by the oIT.flal anl pre. dipatr!.- , Tb diiatch relative to the la V" if nd-d snrrender of th xstern prtlon of Mindanao Indicate.. It l said. th IiittKn of lh oulhrn llands t accept the American soverrignty. Tbee petiple have heretofore made of- fcrs ! surrrnder. bnt have coupll It with a provision that the United Stati-s should relln- rpiUh ll richt If Aruioaldo should succ-ful In 1-Aiun. b released, and General AJeJsatfrti said. "1 tnott ranvalt with my Govera- rocnt 1efore answerinj. The prisoners uasnloouily roa meaded their treatment. One of theca said: -We have been given tn the country afforded; Doe houfcea tzx Quarters, servants,, good food. ptst7 of wine and a money allowance. v-C3- leral Afulnaldo varied ns and . arrra hands. Three or the ooys icrtsna o hake hands with hlm.M Judging from the stories of ti rt- oners, they have been llonlrc try Monle. TheT rerort that Ov T3L survivors of Naval Cadet VcTa c1 ty. arrived at Tarlac IZzzzz: Though small lmiortance ta cZlz. to their Judgment they acre to In that the Filipinos all say Ur7 -are tired of the war. trot will Csht tT Independence to Che lasf . The reist4Nl soldiers alza xay tzl the Idea of Indepradesce has tahra a Crra hold on the Filipinos, and. tbr7 threaten. If conquered, to raterrrTta the Americans by aaalrtln. Aruinaldo sretaed popTJlar arross tZl the peop the prifcTOers odt? Ttr country is fall of rich crops. All ta prisoners tell lntereUn storim cf thlr eiprleooes. Tho rapturejJ ct Caiooran r. rr , raarrnea aiosg. vssm railroads at to'.ght thrxnjgh 'txnrns oc cupied by the Americans. While. AjroSnaldo only offeied to re leaw the prlinrs I a Tartar, ther e ta great diMptolnttnent that I!eutraaal Giloure party failed to arrive.' Tfca Filipino CjR32ii.Jn doe ct mranm great epv-tatlonii a to the mcclt of Its vU!t X'iJ r Orte ixM ffankly thai they c re very tlrrd cif the war. Ust they declln to wy what proposals they brine The Filipino lunched with General Young at San Fernando, Th'ir quarters will,te at the Orient Hotel at Manila. Major General Otis and hl party conferred with General MacArtbur and returned to Manila. General Ilat- tonight uV.es General Wbeaton's command at Angrlea. MANILA. Spt. 0. T:r p. m. ThU has been an eventful day mlth tb northern outpont of the American r- from It. Then followed a long line of my at Angeles, Uarly this morning the vehicles bringing the other guest of Filipino IVace Co ram I I on arrived, honor. Seated behind a lank of Io.0"O Tn American prisoners followed. brides roses, anil witn tne cneer oi i .,lt,. nf c '.-.i,, ihmmanda rinclnir constantlv In hlJThrn a nintllir of three Spaniards cars nnd the music of dozens of bands I to negotiate for th releajM? of the swelllnir the din. Admiral Dowry re-1 SoanUh nrlsoners. derurted up the viewed the great parade, had not Its fill of eral hours the cheering every!o deserve a cheer. to Washington Square, there were thenU mrl a ,11 carrying Major Gen same scenes oi cmnusi&sm inai nao . ... . , . Won witnesscl on the upper end of the rral WtU and GenraU lwton and line of march. Dates and Schwan to Anglm on a When the paraders got to th square tour of Inspctlon. the various organizations marrht-! xh American prioaer are Crpor- away to disband, and the greatest pa- a OUo an,, Plivai AiJrt r.iue nrr nem in mr was . . . ... ... ... iiruiKcK. titto vagnr an-i ieirr iioi- ANOTHKR STKAMCU USB. SAN DIIXO. Sept. r-J. S. Klm- Iball. tb miJWmalre lumber dealer, and the Saata Fe Company, have closed I arrangements fcr two :anifthlp llaea to run out cjf thl port, one to run Uoaih to Ceatral American porta, aud lb other between San Diego and Ho nolulu. The oaly point I-f t unMUled ts . The crowd niiru-d with a retinue of servants and c coring. andfors-v- carrying thHr lavage, 5 l rmlK The Kimball people stool therel . . I company lslt on the Latur place, aavd !r who miilil noIblv I t ran remanuo ine irain (4ir;ioK " .. ,. , Delow the arrh. clar I the commission and prisoners to Mi-1 ......... terminal that it shall be Kan DlTa. Three new ve!? are nmr bai'dlng for the lines, and one of them will be '.arted very shortly. TO UK I.IITON-H GFIST. NKW YOIIK. ifrpu 30. The Cuaard Ur.tr Vilnifrnl hlev i!lvlt!il th honors with the central flcure of thellin. all of the Third Infantry. ean-l:fr C"jm;unla arrived at quaran- . .i - - I . .... . . . . I I . . aM0 a. w , V . m tJI Macelrath. Jame Itoyl-. William MH-I'r Thmaa Upton. Acviag her pas Ir. John Crlnhaw. Thomas Ialy andarr re Admiral lrd Charles fill Drew of th- Siatnth Infantry. ani i-aay ii-ora. wno are comjn raninre-l at Caloocan in Aurut: Paul I to ia Thomas Upton as ratla Srlllano and luls Ford of the Fourth Infantry: Charles Wllmerd-r. a dis- nd only to that of Dewey. People along the line f march fairly ns at him. "Hurrah for the hero of Santlaco!" "There Is the man that smashd Cr vera's iWt:' "Hip. Hip. Hurrah, for Schley!" and Kindred cries from all ti.irt of thoIin. In tinner Fifth ave nue some enthusiastic lady threw him I charged Third Artilleryman, captured a handful of ros. They fairly land- by bandit whl Uutlr.g near Mala wi in the carriage Th Admiral ,in 9tfl (;orge Graham, colored, an leaned forward, picked thMU up and ti . f . tf.t. . v lifted them to his lip. Instantly all Mitath Infantry, who the ladles In th halconv srr. was put o.T a train n-ar Malolos and P'.q ir.l with the desire to have thr Immr-luirly captured by lnurg-oT. r'o. rs vlniUarlv beinorM and h wa A party of corrrpr.ndnts and pho- , . S . mm . M.mv of the row-1 s"srapnr .nni in in iniraca- " 4T " . ou the yacht Krln. They will reaiala 7a :oi d th yaxht during the rac-s. .1- TitooFS foi: riiiui'i'SNi:. I1JIITUND ifr.. S;. Orders -re r"ived at Vancrjvcr barracVs inday for tb" Twirty-fifih Ia?aat:ry to embark oa U-xd u tr.rrL Ilia Janeiro and Sikh f th PhifirrJo- w - . . the Samoans. Two judges, Tagoa and Governor, in frock coat ani puk nai. Tnnmt!. n-nra ncn rm hpfnir .m I was mounted. His staff was Fespicnu . ...... "- entwUh gold lace. Admiral Dewey sa adherent of the former King Maltetoa am whcn hU car ana ine otner a .Mataaian. hn.i nned the Kxecutive sei The provisional authorities have set- I mirs to his horse and went galloplne , . . . . . . . . . . i i I v. tn imftril iir tnmli in t rue uea ine ciaim ot tne neirs oi iae wie up ic m V , , m. . ... . An-tww etr rcrnriiiess oi ni King Malietoa Llupepa and rejecteu - ovaton as n, the claim of the secretary of the late , ninni? irwas second only to WM. T. PATY. Contractor and Build- Samoan Government. Captain Preedy thflt clvrn to Admiral Dewey. er. Store and office fitting; brick, of the British ship Torch was given Eleven o'clock was the time set rot wood or stone building; shop Palace I . w.a c. natVP- for the parade to get under way. and Walk; residence Wilder Ave., near p , considering the formalities crowueu Kewalo. ; capital crimes, which will be turned l the prece(ung hours, the start was over , to Chief Lauati for execution. a.u with remarkable promptness. . . i ... i . r .,-. : -Ito. n,nnAa,nnni! tmlito on ntireIV I What wlin ine Kay uiHimiiw ii 4 . A. BUTTEKFIELD. contractor ana . " "n :' ni.llerv. the excitement and narlfie rnndition of anairs on uic n it ENGINEERS. JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C. E. Consulting Hydraulic Engineer; SOS Judd Blk, Honolulu. CONTRACTORS. Builder. Store .and office fittings, shop and repair work; Bell Tower I islands. Bldg., Union St.; Tel. 702. ceremony incident to lanuins me man ors from the warships strung out In the river below, the crowd had plenty . i rinitti t Via mmintil no- . . - I III III l 11 LI V 11. 1 I .7 - - HOSPITALi SHIP bAlL.a- I .,.'i thn war for the UrllUIMIMO. I vw vnpk' Sent. SA. The hospital n,u-anee clattereil down the drive. I . . .... !.. t-. TTTnAQ Tnro TllAti- TTrirf Sf lx.s in s nmrnodiollS I S VltterlniT the OVCrCttriOUS XO Hie rmni r. uuva.---? o- suip .uibbuun, mo "iVov .Unl nf shotitlnc upstairs; P. O 60X1 ca tuu and finest hospital ship In the servic . ;' ollntP(1 men. 5 line of ALLKINDS OF .MASSES I . . Manila, passing out of ' , lh. rrow.l. and as th way m 11 "TTlji A W H.X I" Tn tflO KhTSI' " J ! . L lamination of the Eyes. ' Sandy Hook at. 2: So p. m. f-lrl linmliritri! f.n inm i Km itrivi nniv tn iwimrnip jj i.ie .iirriari ojiiohs uiorei is? ras:r; iiy4r s.,i m . mm. ' - mm r -m w - - - . rri ranch! un hv earrr rwx-tators and car-1 th" wrcVel hrldse arrmn ihe rivrr rlil to the carriage, liefore he got to rrparatinc th to armlet, and at 5 Madison Square Admiral Schley was o'clock x croup ram- don the trick up to his arms In flowers. waving handkerchiefs on bamboo and Onlv one distressing Incident or- halted Ufore ih- bridge. A barle curred within iVwey's view. A wire then soundeil the "attrntlon.- ani Ma had len tretr,hed arros the space Jir ShUMs of Central heatons r:a!T d five soldiers with ra!el handker- Tho nxvftil nro hf neV,nIo hro;:. ! and chiefs picked lhlr way acroM the ty-Cve Wo Cairo. The tioat they surged Into th avenue. thoe In Hrldr. Thr Filipino latrodued front powerless to resist th- precure themlve: General Alejadrlu. a o! the thousands In the rear. The po- slmder. hrisM-looklcs man ot.ZZ. a lire ofUcers on ft were h-lpl -ss. Try teran of the rebellion acalot Fpaln; as they would they could not stenj th- l.leutraant Colonel Orlno and Major tld whlrh promise! to Imped- th- OM-s. th- !attr of G-man bloo4 and entire parade. Suddenly a half-hun- ipeav.Ir.s i:r.'.Uh 5-ientIy. There f oa fr.l xi.ititil.wl nnllMntti Pil!nxv.l tti - f Tw-J f r 1 Jt lifflS I TlS ft f rf fn'.lrl f-tfTl and. having formal a line, charj and Americans mrchlr.g ltwea files of lcrca, xiS In.o t-e Nsa- shovetl the people bark. Many women Insurgent odierj. Th-y lled the hh tJa-jry tie sn cif J and children wer- caught In the crush, phture of health atd were dr-uevi a . jrlc- c Ca:x,:irsc UladR. Som-shrlek-d. others fainteil. nr. 1 sev- new TlllrJco uniform of blue ging- To-lay. linking or a n:,Mi:it. ST. IJ0U15. Se;iu 2A, Th" s'.raaoer I Co de. rannisg beiwa Jvt. 1-auU juxt M-mphls, sink las, alga! al-ral lrn- wa valued at irc'J &ad tt4;-4 iur tyisw. No live erv l?. OKRMANV PAYS KOR THH CA1XO MAWim. The Grrsian cleared before them a Hying wedge of eral. after the panic was over. carried away In ambu!anre. Tonight the smoker given at th-Waldorf-Astorla to th- sailors of th Olymplr. concluded N-w York's won derful rer-ptlon to Admiral Iwry and his men. were I ham. and wer- carrying monkeys and r:h-r things from their n!!p!no friends. Ci-nerai V heel-r. b-mg anxio-js to th- Filipino, fordol th- river with a corporal mounted bhlcd and th- staff horse carry ing double. General mii:nc;i:r 5i:uvici:. Honolulu Mef.srrer Service deliver cjtu;m an J pscXjgre-s, TeL -IS. Read Ihe Daily Advertiser.