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   Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1893, Olean, New York                               KA1ULANI ARRIVES. TNI HAWAIIAN PRINCESS PRESENTS HER APPEAL IN PERSON. UNCLE SAM'S DMT. by Mr. Who Prepared Statemout of the MM The an a Beautiful YOUIIJI Woman. Kx-Queon With Violating Her Oath. YORK, March Princess Kaiu- liral, neice of the deposed Queen Liliuoka- of Hawaii, is here. She arrived here jwsterday on the steamer Teutonic, which from Liverpool, Feb. 22. With her were Theophilus Davies and Mrs. Davies, are the English guardians of the princess, Mibs Davies and Miss Whartoll, companion to the princess. C. McFail'iif, the ex-minister of finance to the (Jet iji (Hied Queen. Liliuoka- and Dr. Jlott Smith, the present Ila- minister to this country, went PRIKCESS KAIULASI. down the bay on the revenue cuttei Chandler to meet the young princess. They boarded the ship immediately after left the health officers' boarding sta- tion. THE PRINCESS DESCRIBED. A. puite of rooms had been engaged foi the party at the Brevoort House and they driven there immediately after coming off the steamship. The princess is 18 years old. She is a tall, beautiful young woman, of sweet face and slender figure. She has the soft brown eyes and dark complexion that mark Hawaiian beauty. In regard to her views on the various aspects which the Hawaiian government Is likely to assume, Princess Kaiulani re- ferred to her guardian, Mr. Davies, who had prepared a statement both on his own and her behalf. The statement of Princess Kaiulani is follows; KAItTLANl'S STATEMENT. To the American people: Unbidden I stand upon yonr shores today where I thought so soon to receive a royal wel- come on my way to my own kingdom. I come unattended except by the loving hearts that have come with me over the wintry seas. I hear that commissioners from my land have been for many days asking this great nation to take away my little vineyard. They speak word to me and leave me to find out as I can from the rumors of the air that they would leave me without a home or a name or a na- tion. Seventy years ago Christian America sent Christian men and women- to give relig- ion and civilization to Hawaii. They gave us Iboffospel, they made us a nation, and we learned to love and trust America. Today three of the sons of those missionaries are at your Capitol asking you to undo their father's Who sent them? Who gave them authority to break the constitution which they they would uphold? Today I am a poor, weak girl, with not one of my people near me, and all these Hawaiian Statesmen against me have strength to stand for the rights of my people. Even now I can hear their wail in my heart, and it gives me strength and courage, and I am strong in the faith of God, strong in the knowledge that I am right, strong in the strength of people who in this free land will hear my cry and will refuse to let their flag cover dis- honor to mine. A Slight fur Month February. WASHINGTON, March xlight Jn- creaiie of the net debt of the United States the result of the operations of the treasury department in February as shown by the issued yesterday after- noon. The exact amount was made up as fallows: Increase of interest bearing debt, fCOO; decrease of non-interest bearing, fSai.WJl; decrease of ctibh iu the treasury, 14. The balances of the several classes of debt at the close of business Feb. 28, were: Interest bearing debt, debt on which interest has ccasud since maturity, debt bearing no interest, There was iu the treasury at the name time a total of of cash; against this volume of cash there were outstanding coin and currency certificates and treasury notes, and 'JO miscellaneous liabilities, such as national bank note redemption fund, dis- bursing officers, balances, etc., leaving a cash balance on hand, including the legal tender gold reserve, ot This was less than at the close of the previous month. The receipts for the month were divided among the following sources as stated: Customs, internal revenue. national bank deposit fund, miscellan- eous, 81. The expenditures amounted to 434. Pensions, 26; redemption national bank notes, interest, ordinary, In February, 1892, the receipts were 904.57, and expenditures ADJOURNED UNTIL TUESDAY. New Tork's Senators "Want lima to Wit- ness the Inauguration. ALBANY, [March the bills passed in the senate yesterday were the following: Mr. Buck's, amending Hornellsville charter regarding local improvements. Mr. Parson's, code amendment relative to the removal of the trial of causes from one magistrate to another. Mr. Gallagher's, exchange elevator claim bill. Mr. Hilton's, allowing the State Agri- cultural society to increase the mortgage on its property from to Mr. Woodbury's, confirming the action of the Dunkirk and Fredonia railroad in laying its track in Dunkirk. Mr. Parson's, relative to the cession of jurisdiction to lands acquired for light- house purposes. Mr. Roesch offered and the senate adopted a concurrent resolution urging New York representatives in congress to vote for the bill raising and grading letter- carriers' salaries. Adjourned until Tuesday evening. POLICE HELD AT BAY A la a Ha- ven BtMtlon. NKW HAVKN, March J. Rooney of Boston, formerly a patrolman in that city, who is insane and confined la the central police station iu thin city awaiting the arrival of brother from Boston, gave the policemen iu charge of the station a lively time. Kooney has been very quiet, and was allowed to walk in the corridor of the lockup unattended. When ordered back to the cell ho refused to go. The oflicers attempted to force him in, when he broke away, and tearing apart the iron supports of the sink, used them as clubs. One of these he hurled at the officers, barely miss- them. He then drove both out of the corridor and held posse   bhoirting, "We are are _ Not to Be Fooled. On board a Baltimore train pulling into Parkersburg was a man whose demeanor conveyed the impressiou that he was mat- ter of fact all the way through. No foolish- ness, no trifling with or in the everyday af- fairs of this busy old life. "Mr. Conductor, what time do we get into replied the official politely. "Yes. Well, what time can J get a train on "Tonight." "Conductor, don't take me for a fool be- cause my beard grows the wrong way and my clo'es suggest whippoorwills and penny royal. I'm serious." "So ani I, good friend. Tou can make it all right." "W-a-11, now, "Just keep your seat." "And leave town an hour before I get into "That's the idea, my good "Look hyer. You may be a good con ductor an know all the stations an the spotters an how to knock down 40 per cent o' the receipts, but when you claim to have a reversin lever on the sun you're off, decidedly off." "But the time changes an hour at the river." "Then at this rate, if I go on to San Fran cisco, I'll get there some time last week. 1 guess I'll get off and wait till I catch up with Plain Dealer. Mr. Harvey Heed Laceyville, 0. Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa- ralysis of the Throat "I Thanlc God and Hood's Sarsa- parilla for Perfect Health." Gentlemen: For the benefit of suffering hu- manity I wish to state a few facts: For several years I have suffered from catarrh and heart failuie, getting bad I could not work and Could Scarcely Walk I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the throat some time ago. My throat seemed closed and I could not RwaUow. Tho doctors said it was caused by heai ftailure. and gave medicine, wmcli I WOK accoidmg to directions, but it did not seem to do me any good. My wife urced me ti try Hood's Sarsapanlla, telling me of Mr. Joseph C. Smith, who had been At Death's Door but was entirely cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. After talking with Mr. Smith, I concluded to try Hood's Sarsapanlla. AVlien I had taken two bottles I felt very much better. I have continued taking it, and am now feeling excel- lent. I thank God, and Hood's Sarsaparilla and my wife for my restoration to perfect health." HARVEY HEEP, Laceyville, 0. HOOD'S Pitts do not purge, pain or gripe, tut act promptly, easily and efficiently. 25c. An all Iron Arch for Sugar Makei to order to fit By Variety Machin" Comj any, Warsaw. N Y., manufacturers of Sugar Maker's Supplies, Tanlts i'ans, Tnmstern, Fefd Jfeenl lore. Henti pt.i: Write for price and terms at Hentcrs, etc. once. TO OKEDITOKS-PUHRUANT TO i.1 to an order of Hon. Oarcy Davie. Sur- s te ot Catf-araumiB Countv notice in hf-re- jy Kwen to all pel sons havj s .laim lie estate of alvm Stowell.Jateof th toun ot Glean, county. New .le- i ha- thev are rtqinr d o present the same w tb the proper vouchers to James F. son, one ol torsrfthp e tate or s id oee'asi d. at 1 isortice in tbe village of MPHTI. v, on or befoie the 1st day of August, 1893. Dated January 23, 1893. JA.MFS P. JOHWON. SAR f W STOWED, t-fa Administrators. VTOTIPE ..i saancc Uaugerous Blaze at Buffalo. BUFFALO, March broke out in the Callahan block, a 6-story building at the corner of Niagara and Pearl streets. The building itself was gutted, but the prompt work ot the firemen prevented a spread of the flames. The damage will probably amount to I STATEMENTS. Mr. Davies also made a statement in which lie reviews the history of the young princess leaving Hawaii and the stay in England and his notification of the change In the government of the islands. He also charges Queen Liliuokalani and the commissioners with violating their oaths, and concludes as follows: I do not for a moment believe that any of them -would be guilty of intentional cruelty or even discourtesy to the princess and the incon- ceivable treatment which their silence toward her has betrayed them into, must arise from tbe difficulty they rind in reconciling their present attitude with the knowledge that their oath to sustain the Hawaiian constitution binds them to the succession of the princess unless the nation itself releases them from the oath. __________________ THE IRON MOUNTAIN WRECK. Much Auburn's Trio of Murderers. ACBUBN, March status of the trio of murderers now awaiting electrocu- tion in Auburn prison is as follows: Coun- sel filed notice of appeal case of Taylor, the colored convict murderer, under sen- tence of death during week of March 5. This will operate as a stay of proceedings until passed upon by the court. Parker, the Lockport murderer, is under sentence of death during week of March 12. Noth- ing but executive clemency can now save him. The case of Fitzhum. the Buffalo murderer, was decided adversely by the court of appeals, and nothing remains but to fix a new date for the execution of the sentence. Rearend Collision in Rhode Island. PROVIDES CE, R. 1., March mid- night train from New York on the New York and Xew Haven railroad collided with the Stonington boat train at Nor- wood yesterday morning, killing one child and injuring half a dozen passengers. Women May Yet Tote in Arizona. PHCESIX, Ariz., March legisla- tive assembly has passed a bill authoriz-- ing woman suffrage in the territory. It is conceded that it will pass the senate and also receive the governor's signature. THE MARKETS- The Sins of the Father. There was ink on her fingers, which, to- gether with her proud, independent way ol speaking, declared her a working girl. She could see, as she repeatedly declared, only one obstacle to the marriage of hersell and the man who bent over her until hia hot breath swept her forehead. She was a bit mournful withal. rich and She gazed eloquently at the 75-cent velvet of which her sleeve puffs were constructed. poor." His face worked convulsively. "Oh, He was groaning in his misery. you blame me for something that is not my fault? He was suffering exquisite torture. the sins of the father visited upon the children? Believe It was a passionate appeal. never made a dollar in my life. Must I, then, who am innocent, cany the load of another's There really seemed to be no other way out of Tribune. Damage Done but Nobody Seri- ously Injured. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 2. The aouthbond train on the Iron Mountain railroad, which left here yesterday morn- ing, was wrecked near Hopem, lit) miles from here. Two coaches and a chair car were I papal jubilee. trained. Between 13 and 20 persons were j injured, none reported seriously. Dorothy Denning Gets a Shock. NEW YORK, March Denning, who does a very remarkable electric dance at Koster Bial's, had something of a shock. Her body is enveloped in a series of electric wires connected with a power- ful battery in the wings. One of the wires around her ankles broke, and a blue flame shot from her right foot. She stag- gered across the stage half benumbed and shocked, and would have fallen had not the electrician promptly turned off the current. Duke Frederick Changes His Religion. ROME, March Agenzia Italiana says the Grand Duke Frederick of Baden, by marriage uncle of Emperor William II of Germany, and long the closest friend and advisor of the Prussian court.isabout to declare publicly his conversion to Cath- olicism. The ijrand duke is said to have attended all the religious ceremonies con- nected with the Baden celebration of the New York Produce Market. NEW YOKE, March I. Quiet. Winterwlieat. low grades, do lair to fancy, patents, Minnesota clear, do straights, patents, low extras, city mills, S4.00S1.10; do pat- ents, rye mixtures, Flour firm: BUCKWHEAT Flour, easier; J2.10; buck- wheat, 58 CORXMEAL Steady. Yellow western ra> The Vesuvius Returns to Brooklvn. YORK, March 2 TheUnitcd States dynamite cruiser Vesuvius has arrived at the Brooklyn navy yard, after her pro- longed stay in Port Koyal sound, where her three pneumatic gnns were tested. Sincr Sinp Pri-son Land to Be Sold. ALBANY, March a meeting of the commissioners of the state land "office it was voted to sell a lot of about two acres of land lying outride the Sine; prison grounds to the board of trade "of 'Western, 603.6Sc. Finn. Western, state, WHEAT-Spot lots, lower. Ko. 2 red. store and elevator, afloat. f.o.b, Ko. 1 nortfcern. Xo. 1 hard, Xo. 2 northern, options steady; March. 7GMc: April, TTSjc; May, June, Spot lots film. Xo. 2. ele- vator; afloat: UDCTaded mixed. 535, steamer mixed, alcalde: Xo. 3. TOc- opuons dull; March, Mav JnlV 50K-C. UATS-Options. sU-ady: March. uo May, GO ,lnlj. Spots firmer- Xo. 2. Xo. 2 white, 41a4JJ-.Jc: Xo. Chicago, Xo. 0. 37c: Xo. 3 white, mixed we-stern, white do, white state. Firm. PORK- Steady. Old DJCSS 50: mess, BUTTER Steady. Sta-- dairy, creamery. 27c; western do, Steady. A Horrid Thought. bah Jove, ye know, I've been without a man now for three weeks, and weally it is deucedly awkward. should think you would find a man so disagreeable to have around. now, what makes you think so? is so Brooklyn Life. dreadfully Applied for Police Assistance. CHICAGO, March Thomas of the Belt line has applied to Chief Mc- Claughrey of the police for protection for his switchtenders, several of whom have been assaulted recently by the strikers whose places they took. Mr. Thomas said something about employing Pinkertons to assist the police, and was told to choose between them; that the police would not be allowed to do guard duty where Pink- ertons were employed. He concluded to rely on the police alone. do The Yesuvius probably remain here until after the naval parade, although may go to Hampton Roads and come with the squadron. New s-ltering gear IK to be put in. offi- Off for the AMSTERDAM, X. Y.. March 2 cers and 65 privates of the Fortr-M.xlh S' p- company, accompanied by tlie Thir- teenth brigade band, Jeave today for Washington to attend the inaugural cero monies. They have been assigned to tbe third division of the fir-t grand dhisfon. Sing for the same to be used bv tbe board for 5-ecuring the of a larce manufacturing concern for the SingSmg.__________________ Rev. T. BeTVitt Taltnagrc- ?Iay Resign. NEW YORK, March an2- mor yesterday that Rev. T. DeWitt Tal- nmge micbt resign the pastorate of the Tabernacle The church is greatly in debt. Dr Talniage says that in years and four months he has received net from the church. EGGi? FITB- State, fancy, fresh. Their Jnd., March the of-tbe bride's rtauijblfr in city, Mrs. Sarah Ross, aged and J. C. Bloav fcemer, aged 76. were married last evening. iFour grandchildren of t2ic bride witnessed the ceremony. find Children Scalded to Drath. ST. PETFIWI KG, March boiler in the Mabommedan baths Baku ex- ploded wluri the cMnbLshmezit was crowded Mnre then .TO I woiru-n arid children into Sev- eral ITC scalded to de ith Victory at Island. TROT, X. Y., March 2 the election Green Island yesterday the Republicans entire ticket and three of the four KWSPAPLRl of PARIS, March Madame Grtv of Jules formerlj president France, evening. _ u.- of i F: Tbe Kuftalo ProtiMon Market. March 3- VTHEAT-Xo. 3 hard. He. Xo. 1 northers, Xo. 2 clo. 773-4'-.; Xo J ro3. XQ. Xo. Xo. Isot Up to Expectations. William failed to make the sensational speech ex- pected of him at the banquet of the Bran- denburg diet last evening. He spoke with unwonted earnestness and anima- tion, but gave utterance to no such sur- prising sentiment as that expressed by him a year ago concerning the emigration, of all malcontents in the empire. The emperor made no direct reference to tbe army bill, but spoke emphatically of the hearty accord in which he found" himself his chancellor, Count von CaprivL Siegfried Wertheim Goes Under. XEW YORK. March Wert- heira, doine; business under the style of A. Wertheim   hop aa administrator of fhp estate of Chi is1 jne Bishop, deceantd, Cady Hosipv adminjstrator of the estate of Ssrah John W. Marv Bishop Ihuut n an Pre i Bislmp. To Ihe abov? Bam d detendsntc: You arp hereby Pd to answer the complaint in thisaetion. and' tpserve a copy of yqnr answer on the tiff'j attorneys within twtntv days after Ihe service of summons, exclusiv" of the day of service; and in case ot your fafure to ap- pear or snswe indstnent -mil betaken cgainst you bv dpfai.lt for the relief demanded in the complaint. Trial to be held in the county of Cattarau-- gns. Dated this23d day of December, CAEY, KrsisET   Davie. Surrogate of c rotico is civen that all pprsons having PTIT claim or account Oeorse P. Bandfipld, late o thp town of Hinsdale, Osttaran us county. N T dp- nt with thp to N. D. Ba- dfipld. one of the artTDiTiiHtfitors at residence in the yillagpnf Hinsdalp. r-attsrausrm county. W. six months from the date hereof. Dated October 18th. 1R91 H E. BAKDFIBLD, N. D. 6ii2i) Administrators. T. F. NEWMAN, H, R, RQ8ERS, Gen'l Manager, Gen'l Passenger Agt CLEVELAND, O THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW v- rt By thp grace of Frpe and Tn- t To Hnehfs TVT T. Frank F. Detroit. Mich., HarrvA. Huehes, .pptroit, Mirh.. Evens, Ben- Vprmont, Tidow, heirs a.-1 law. next km. crprTitors, ard all thosp intcrosted in the pgtate of Lnsh Hnehea, late of thp town of Olpan, 'n the County of Cattara-ngns, de- c iwd. Wherens Allen J. Hastings 8nd Henry Georpp last and tn' nt OT the cam are of hav- ptich e-recutors seHl-d and sppliod to the Surrogate ot onrnonTi'yof fora citation for prrpofie. Yon are to drpear forp said Surrogate, at bin office, in the villase of in Tonnty on the 5th day of Dpppmhpr, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon to attpna th" pettletnetit of Baifl thoee of von who are npr'er the age of twent are r quirpd to vonr CTflrnian. if vou one. if yon have none, that von appear atiply for one to be "r in the of vonr or to do so. a cnardisn -will appointed by the Snrrogtfp to represent and act for yon in t.hfpe edities. In teptitnony wherpof. r ave caused Ihe sealo'our P-rrorate tobe hereu to affixed. CarrPvD. Davip. PnTO- JL s of the Paid County of Catifca- f rflu-ms, nt, SBlaTrtancft in Faid cointr this wh dav of A. D., 1S92. CABEET DAVTE. Surrogate. Cares thousands annually of Ldver Com- plaints, Biliousness, Jaundice, Dyspen- sia, Constipation, Malaria. More His result froman Unhealthy Liverthanany other cause. Why suffer when you can be cared? Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigor- ator iq a cplebrated family m TOCK WILL fetTPPjLT TOP. SULPHUR BITTERS TRUTHS gg SICK. of ar> of the Bon C. D. Havie. sur- rogate of Cattarangtis cfruntv. noticp is by giv-n that all persons any cliim or arcom-t Ee' 1-r. latp of the towrp of ftj'esra- v. Cattaraicns cnrmty, N. Y are required to procent the same to- h vpnchers therefor to thp nn- d at his residence in of Alleganv. ratfaranen? "orntv, If. I., urnhin six months from datp hpreof. _, _ Dated October 10, 1892. ls to cure. BILIOUS Sulphur Bit- OTICK TO CRFDTTOUS_r of an nr-ipr of the Hon. C. D. of Cattri-angn" conntr. notice here- hv riven 1] -Rprwns ha-vine arv claim O'- acconnt aeainit Ttolland webst4r. of the town of Cattara-nens cr'natv. If v.. d reqm'rp'? to tbe same to ethrrwitn the therefor to esecnror at residence in the of N. T KIT: months the date hereof. Dated September 21, Io_ HESHT v. 59mo5. SnrviTinc Executor CORX Dnli Xo. J ei'o-.'s.. W-tr; Xo. 2 crtm.   i yn Against the IXetrspapers, IS, March The chamber of depu- ties voted urgency to a motion made by ML member for the Nyons o' Drome, that newspapers be held responsible for financial advertise- ments published by them. The vote vras 335 for the motion t-o only 57 against it. SSAU-. CHEESE-rf.T-1-j, Wl do, HO. 30V St-sl" and faroih. Hay I1- r loi., Tj; no, rye do.fu.nrt. riover, do. tT. The Fope .-n-afz ITLK? jnore ROME. March 2 Lapponi, tbe new- ly appointed body ph-Mcian to Pope Lpo, has enjoined upon his holiness that he take more sleep and hold feu er au- and not bis brain so much Fatal "K.r.fl of a Quarrel. CLAKKSVILLE, March 2. At Trenton, near here, Bsd Garth became in- volved in a difficulty vrith tvro negroes and shot them bota. Ose is dead and the other dying. SUPRE5EE bey. rgsine. Lharlr COURT-COUNTY OF CAT- B. 1- M. Bnr- Gillineham AJhcrt Jadce, JLharlr; Jr.. Ella V. Clara CbaTnberlin.Emma 0- Chair bfriiB as adTMTiist-nirrK of Hie estate of Henrv W. fir-cr-av a. and HA o Bitters RHEUMATISM, rase a of Snlpimr Bitters: it never cure. Jf so, and -weary mothers PlNDLtNG children. JJiitere "ill make them siring, hearty, and hcalthv. Henrv a. and HA 3ato c Halch. O. 'PON! H. G. and >r-n.'.Pa5if nee K. ncrjin si nf th" (Ftsle of G. rharnhfrljn. The Flint Warron .T. H. Fmman. 7o iho dcftnflanis: Yon iTTfhy sTirnmon d tn 1h" complaint in ih to c pv of vnir on t of xHtwvo of the 
                            

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