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VoTMIi IV, NlJMBIiR 33.
in nsnr Tin: irnirni'
r , - A T,elee. Pol.t Tnle.
IV j lfini Tifil-looklji;, anil si misrijjynlst Ihe
A Tirlee. Polil Tnle.
so it wit small woinlcr llint lip
In 11111 instantly pul.ir willi Ihc lailir of
"fait View Hall, I'ine Stump Hill" the t
tlr mil u Ion of a cmy cabin In Ihe Mendocino
Warrcr! Harrison a a man ftlnnil town) an
ntilliurity on clarcl anil lalle-lcton(;ini;s E"1
crillyi a cuniioiiiir of pictures, lolocco, and
Ih' "ncwet lil(" a Bohemian liy instinct anil
llie ir.ii i- of a I'liilislliic Income, anil a pre
1 I. ni.y cnrelc If sclitiol kept or not ns llie
wilil. il ilarc-ilcvll of the latnnu ".Stocktnn
Siti' 1 llowtera," in which ilelecablc fraU I 'ly
hr was otic nCllie "leather-liiiif;eil three."
Il was In resjioiisc l a Ictler, from whicli Ihe
fnllnwiiii; is an extract, (hat Warren Harrison
lift san I'r.uiclsco at the close of a rrcent
( hrmlnia holiday, ami buricil himself fn?
three ineinoralilu wees. In the wlhl woml of
' Are )ou enoii;h the pot-lninler lo iilioot
into a flock of a couple of hundred (tua'lii?
Ilase you mfficient mercy and grit to cl'mh
lull with liack angle, and trusl half the time
lo our eyelids? Can you Imagine nnyfunln
nMilnr lwenly-iiiind salmon, or bringing
I le a tpikeliuck, out of itmenl I there i'l-
deed for you any glamour left In life? Kytl,
then come to me lor j Inrlniijht, and I will
show you the witchery of vonderdand and
leach you the symphonic of the prlmcv.il
forest -and, with the coin you don't irrow
away in those tvo Innocent weeks, you iruy
build a foundling hospital or a nunnery,"
'I he letter in question was written by on. if
Worrell' chum -a "newspaper fellow" out of
luinc who wan namcil the "flannel" by his
a'.socialc, from a certain literary likened In
oneof llayard Taylor' best drawn characters,
And became he had worn out hi holiday rr
sources or became the unlawful "splkc-ii-itl. '
tempted ! lawless desire, or for some o u r
foil 'sufficient reason, the )oung nnn
' ' ' U" valise and took the 1 1 1411 b ; ..ir
I'ii San Qucntln, within forty-eight hours
after" rcccising the Oannct' Invitation.
"Hello, old boyl"
"Well, old manl"
"Nice place, t-h?"
"Vcj stay here alt night?"
"Not bad. Sic that turn out?"
"What! that ralllc-trap half full of petti
coats?" " Vc, why not? Clues 'twill hold together.''
And )ou had the check to bring me into n
nest of women a nest of wasp? would be
more comfoitable. I didn't think it of you,
"Jlosh! Warren, they're tame lame a
mountain quail. One of Vm Is the best cook
and the nicest hostess in the redwood. 'Nei
ther can beat cither of us shooting or driving
or playing whisl; and the little one on the back
teat rends poetry, and sings like Di MursLa.
Come on and be Introduced. We have an
light-mllc ilrise Iscfuro supplier."
The stage road, running north from Duncan's,
climb upward and on for half a dozen miles,
in the desperate Californlan fashion, guiltless
of grade and lavish of jumping-off places. To
Harrison, whose knowledge of roads wa
limited by hi experience. on the "ClitT," the
"Ocean House," the "Old San ltruno," the
drives about Oaklind and Iterkcley, and
through the "Park," the novelty oflhe situation
wa tinctured with nervousness neutralist,
however, by a strong dash of It ihemian pride.
"It would read well in the Chron'cle,
wouldn't il?" he said, addressing the Garnet!.
"Ilig head lines because of our soc'il import
ance- 'Prodigious 1'lungcl Spun II o Space!
Dreadful Descent and Doleful IK auc 'on near
Duncan's.' Vou know how. The moo, '-ht
doesn't show the IkMoiu. 'Ilout elevtn ihous
and feet, isn't il?"
"He' a terrible talker when he turns himself
louse," whispered the Gaunct to his companion,
Mrs. Dick Noble, who wis driving. The
Gannett wasugood enough diiver-in-uidinary
bul Ihe lady wa so thoroughly familiar with
every Inch of the road which lie wa not that
the Gannett wa not at all sorry to pocket his
ifunly pilde and turn over therein to the
backwoods "Lady Gay" beside him.
It wa Mr. Noble who replied to Ilarri m:
"Oh, that i uolkin sir! Wait till you come
to Hear Trap Knob which Is a great rock
alKiut three miles ft 0111 here. Therovliuns
right over It, and il is ererso many feet lo the
bottom oflhe canyon. Vou have to Him a
corner when you come Jusl to the middle f
so sharp tint. tin- wind blows four ways th- r
at or.ee. Thai is really dangerous 1 llu III
lell )ouiu time, so you can get outnnd ai '
"Thank you," said Harrison. He lint i
gotten his surrounding wliile he wa grow g
Mo Ihc Gannett, and he ictased Into mon
syllables again, in an instant.
HarrUnn wa sealed with their hostes M(s.
l'crry Palmer, and her niece, Dora Dodd.
Mr . Palmer wa a plump, frank, graclou
young matron, of medium stature and won
derful precision of enrrhge. She ti keil less
th-tn most woment but then, also, she said more
than most women a paradox of wide S(k'.-'
dilluvinn. Ami whether she talked or IMencd,
wlullicr she walked.or ran about or Uautificd
repose, she wa alwaj unmistakably a lady.
Mrs. Dick Noble was at antipodes with her
hostess, in most things. She was not at all pretty,
and scarcely even graceful; but In her lithe, wil
lowy physique there wa enough redundant
vitality to seiven scote of conventional women.
Her brain wa constantly active, her tongue was
seldom idle, her supple frame knew srucely
a ijulet moment; but she was none the leu
tme of tholwst of wires, and sin would have
liecn one of the ll of mothers: had the fates
willed that she lie a mother at nil. Pretty, spirit
uelle Dora Dtkld was to musi people recrv-l
- icseivcd almost to the. erge of hauglithicsi
The dignlly whiclireitaln little women inlust
Into their putty infantile ways Is i.lcn tin.
niot dangerous of their weaoni. Mli l)ld
caplivatrtl every one w hum tha admitted into
ihe charmed iiraine of htr vx-l il self. Hut
tha( was a prtvuYgn few enjojed, She sang
enpiKile ineito-sjpraiio, as full and sr 'f)ing
within its compass as (he voice in which the
Gannel tuailr his daring comparison.
Shu lead even better than she sang Ten
nyson in her hands was Tennyson not, as so
many lender him, a whining Punch tricked out
in he motley of local verse. Hut more dan.
gerous hu the gift tf voice and sympathetic
liulght was the sorcwy of her theuralc eyes
which were big and lender and Hmpiii s a
fawuV weld ami set and Inscrutable like a
statue's, which were sometimes gry and some
times blue and sometimes an indesciitiablr
bUu.ling of coins alm,i "Nile green,'" yet
alni.ul blavk -a hue which elude description,
bccauMT ail hat ua name far il.
Hear Trip Kuob was nasscU In safety, awl
lliout eight o'clock they halted at Li Rule's
ranch, here, by invitation, the parly were to
remain for Ihc night. There they had a supper
which Ihe Gannet termed "gutful,"and which
Harrison could not help cnjovlng, despite II
novel enrironment. Aptrt from their shirp-
ened appetite, which would hive made them
"njoy the phinet possible fare, the traveler
relished their tupier at La Rule's ranch for it
During the evening Harrison could not he
'ess than civil In his companion and hi
hostess, but he was nn mote than civil; and
Mr. Li Rule aid tollo vott In Ihe Gannett, a
her guwt were retiring for the night, "That
the quietest young man I've seen lor month.
He remind me of my llerkeley eldest studying
"Ah, Mr. Li Rule." replied Ihe Gannett,
under hi breath, "let me (ell you a prnfund
secrel t my friend I a woman-hater, and we
priimse he shall tumble lierU over head In the
tnlildcst sort of love before the middle of nest
"Willi whom, pray? You Interest me."
"Well, really it doesn't make very much
difference whether it be Dora or May." May
w a Mr. Dick Noble Christian name. "He
can'l have either, you know."
" Your arc a bad boy," replied hi hostess;
"I am ashamed of you."
Fair View Hall commanded almost a bird's
eye view of Ihe Little Valhalla Valley, lo the
noith of which the beetling hills heyo.it!
Timber Cove vary the monotony of the almost
unbroken forests, which climb to the lioriron
jn every other direction. The Valhalla, glim
mering like a silver thread among the tree two
thousand feet below, wa the first object which
ar tested Harrison's direct attention on 'he
third morning after they reached the Palmer
Cottage. On leaving Li Rule's ranch they
had made a detour of several mile in ord'r
tn climb Pole Mountain, for the notable view
to be had from its summit, and bc'ore they
reached "Pine .Slump Hill" Ihe valL was
shrouded in drizzling gloom, the prelude "a
gathering torm. The next morning the rn
wa pouring with energetic vigor almost Ore-
gonian. From Ihe windows, in every direc
tion, tbey could see nothing but the slantir '
palisades of mist, and there wa clearly nothing
they could wisely do except stay quietly indoo.s
and make the lies! of it. So the party of si:,
Including Mr. Richard Aldcn, spent the fu I
morning and afternoon quietly enough; for, to
Harrison' intense relict, the ladies left the
new-comer altogether tn his own device and
the Gannett's chatter, llul in Ihe evening
they had two songs from Miss Dodd, and a
quartet, in which Mr. Dick Noble and the
Gannett sang very pleasantly; and then Do
read the "Lotus Eaters" and Rryant's "I'orct
Hyman;" after wheh Harrison was allow e 1
peaceably to go to bed, where he lay awal
four an hour, listening to the patter of 'he
rain upon the unceilcd shingles. The followTr g
day was rainy also, and in its social fcalur
very like it fel'ow, but the ladies bante. i
Harrison a little, as if testing their weapons,
and the young man managed to become
signally uncomfortable long liefore music lio.r
and bed time. When he tumbled hurriedly
into bed that night hiirritMy became the
clouds and rain had disappeared, and a nipping
frost was falling he found that the sheets were
firmly sewed across the middle of the b"d, 1 id
he scarcely knew whether to laugh or awear.
Curbing himself with an effort, he did neither,
and crept shivering into bed next to the
In those days of forced companioi ship
Harrison had been liadgered by the Gannett
into an admission that Miss Dodd wa "rather
pretty, and the consciousness that the
Koinaiidutei was more than nrdinarily hand
some had in the same time dawned Ukjii i I
"I never thought there was anything so ncal
in nature," he said, half aloud. "Neat" was
hardly the abjective lo convey Jull expression
of the pleasure which came to the city-bred
young man, as he stood at ihe open window
and gazed wonderingly about him. llul then
"neat" wa one of the strongest words in the
vocabulary of his set. It meant the maximum
oflhe younu man's appreciative praise: and the
connoisseur oflhe "Stockton Street Howlers"
wa nothing if not sincere. Harrison finished
dressing, clambered through the window, and
dropped from the low (wrch to the groind.
He went tn the edge oflhe almost perpen
diculai hillside and looked down on the litt'e
valley, saving to himself, "I wonder how far it
is tn the creek; ierhaps I might get some
"The vertical altitude is exactly eigh.een
hundred and seventeen feet. Theangle make
It almut two hundred feet further. It isagaiust
the law to catch trout now. You could scarcc.y
go and come in that time. It might improve
your appetite, though." He turned toward
Ihe sound a she began to speak, and saw that
the speaker was Miss D.vjtl, who was regarding
him with calm scrutiny from Ihe porch step.
Ills first impulse wa In be cunfiisol; his second
was to be provoked.
"I don't remember saying an) thing aliout
trout or the distance tn the water. Are you
a claim)) am?"
Skillfully ignorine the woman-hatei' anuo)ed
brusqucncvs, Miss Dixld replied: "You are
grateful for the information, I see. If you
really waul tn go down I will show you the
"Oh, Hunk you!" said Harrison, hi anger
merged into alarm, "It wouldn't unnecessary,
and I must go Kick and write a letter." And
then he glanced nervously at the bedmom
window, thinking how unherolc he would look
scaling the porch.
"You can't send your letter liefore night.
I really Ihink the scramble might do)ou good.
They wll wail break fasl, for us. 1 don't mind
going. Don't hesitate on my account."
The young Udy't v)e wciv lx-giiining to
dance provoking!)-, and her lips were wreathing
themselves in saucy smiles. The humor of Ihe
situation was infectious. Harrison own ridic
ulous position flashed before his e)cs, and he
smiled as he said, with delicious frankness;
"Daln't the Gannet warn yua thai I was un
fit for ladies' soeiet)? 1 suppose not, for he
never told uieihcie were any ladies here. If
he had I should not has come. Pciliap it
may save some unnecessary trouble if I couna
Ihat I don'l like ladles, and will not mind their
Miss Dodd did not exactly laugh, hut she
smiled tantaliiiiigly, and replied;
"I adore truthfulness. Clearly, you, are a
young; nun worth lav iiw;. It is jui of nun's
mission lo amuse, the belter pan, I think, and
we shall expect )ou in anius us while you are
here. But wo mean lo I pcifccrly rair with
you, If you beluve. nicely, you shall have an
hour of solitude eveir da)-," And he (eft, hhii
Ufuia he coul.l answer nr pioUvl, and.enUml
''Cool' U no name to it. The Oauoct aid
she wa rtsttvttl. Middlesome Minerva reser
ved? Ily George, though, there's vimelhing
dfcldcdly taking about her for a woman,
llul her name Jumping Jerusalem, what
n name! D-n r-a D-ti-d-d I It would be a
worthy charily lo marry her just to give her a
respectable name." And he strolled nlTlo the
stable to see hi first milking.
Truly, for a recrvcri young lady, Mis Dodd
had opened the campaign with consplclou
daring, And some esplanation 1 due the
reader In justification of the foregoing scene,
and other happening tn follow, all mani
festly Inconsistent with a previous pen picture
of Mi DikIiI' temperament and manner. To
explain Ihis nutter fully require a "step lothc
rear" a harardoii experiment in tnry-tclling
a duly which will disclose the awful fact
Ihat Dora Do-Id's attention to Mr. Warren
Harrison had nn more Christian foundation
than Ihc exigencies of a five-handed wager.
One evening, just after Christmas, when
conversation had begun In flag, and the ladies
were picturesquely yawning over the whist
table, the Gannett said, abruptly, as If inspiied:
"Did you evcrseca real live woman-hater?"
"Nn ; he doe nol exist," said the ladie In
"You are wrong again," said the Gannet,
triumphantly. 'I know one know him inti
mately. Tn prove It I'll have him here within
ten d.i)s, and I'll bet you all around, anything
you like, any odds, that neither Dora nor
Mary can make Ihc slightest impression
except, perhaps, to intensify his dislike.
What do you say ? I It a go ? "
"A 'gol What Is a 'g?' " asked the host
ess, placidly. " Can'l you Intk backwoods
Lnglish for our lienefil ? "
"Is it .1 wager, then?"
"Yej gloves all round," said Mrs. Dick No
ble. "Done," replied the Gannet.
"And I'll go you a little side un, for a fiv",
that it's my wife who cook his gooe," r'd
Mr, Noble, with manifest pride.
"Take it," said the Gannet. "Anyolhe "
"It's what 'call," observed the Hon. P y
Palmer, county supervisor and ex-state
for" what I call plotting against the whites.
and I wash my hands of the whole affair."
".My friend remarkeil the lannct, "you a :
too cood for this world. Let mcfeclyrur
pulse." And laughingly they separated for the
The train which Harrison met at point f 1
Quentin had on lioird the Honorable Pc '
Palmer, en ronfe for Sacramento to have an -yc
on the constitutional convention. And the
defection of the head of the house left the un
fortunate misogynist without anallyin Fair View
Hall. At breakfast, that third morning, the hos
tess took up the skirmish line, as follows :
" We arc told that )ou are a great ladies' 11 n,
Mr. Harrison, a dancing man, and altogether
a 'society sharp.' So vvc have arranged for a
dance in our nearest ncighlxir's big bain."
"Who said I was a society man? 1 never
danced in my life. Hut I beg pardon "
Harrison broke off'suddenly conscious that
he was fast lapsing imp rudenes.
"Oh, one must learn sometime. We crn
all practice with you evenings. Cant we
Dora ? Can't we Mary ?"
"Certainly," said Dora.
"Why of couise," assented Mrs. Dick No
ble. "Hut I don't care to learn. I know too
much alrcily," he expostulated
"Nonsense," said the Gannet; "you mint
learn. I am not going to lie disgraced by my
city chum's mulishness. Do you see any hope
for him, Dick?"
"Not a glimmer. You are booked, Harri
son. Keep a stiff upper lip and jou'll pull
through all right. It's nothing when you get
used lo it. Ueen there myself. Used to be
so bashful mother hail to put sticking plaster
over my checks for fear I'd blush myself to
This is delicious cofTec,"said Harrison, in
such a conciliatory turn tliat the placid hostess
half relented for an instant. "Yes, lhank you
I will lake another cup. Hy the way Mrs.
Palmer, I there nnln berry growing herealmuls
which is said to resemble coffee. I lave you
ever tried il?
"He's talking against time," whisieted the
Gannet to Mrs. Dick Noble, and then he de
liberalcly winked across the table to that lady's
husband, who replied kindly.
"And this morning," continued Mrs. Pal
mer, as, later .011, they rose from the tab c.
"Dora shall show you how pretty the creek is,
while ihe others help me pare apple and stone
raisins. Don'l let him slip on the rocks,
Manifestly there was no help for il. One
may not be a boor juvt lo save one's self some
trifling annoyance. And so Harrison followed
Miss Dodd along the winding path, down irto
Ihe valley and out uiran the little strip of mea
dow at the foot of ihe hill. The ynunj
man wore an air of docile resignation wh h
amused (he young lady not a little.
Furtively she read Id looks from under I. .r
long hshos, and smiled composedly, )ct w ck
edly wiihal, for her brain wa on mischief b.ut
and the opiioituniiv was perfect.
The little nieadorv was white with frost, but
the tiller grasses woielieads of transparent dew,
each a glistening marvel of prismatic In
Hes. It was all new to llarriso.i, and perhaps
he enjoyed the unfolding sutpries of their walk
all the muie keenly thai he dared not vcnl I s
wonder in verbal expression. Tall, five branch
fsriii,with b'ack shoting stems, crowded the
guile) over which they passed; "wood iv,"
crept along the lank, with leaves which w e
green and brown andrcdanduKrttlcd;"Joliui
jmnp-ups" peered at them from behind tl r
tufted leaves, with queer, puckered, inquisitive,
monkey faces, slantingly human at a glance.
In places, he frost had turned ihe lew of
and bronze; and twice Ihey found, clue lo
Mine daik bank, that daintiest of woodland
marvels, "white redwood," which looks like
the most dclicatewax-woik.
"Are you a good walker, and not afraid of a
tumble?" asked Mfss IMd, afier she had llrvU
of sauntering, and had placed their trcnunsfn
a convenient hidln '-place.
"I'll endeavor to keep up, if you do.i't walk
m fast," he said iudifTereutl).
"Coin, on, then," and she led him a Imnny
chaseover thealippety rocks for ouic o miles
down the creek -a clurf In which lIat(UoV
Olympic Club training saved hint fiom many
an awkward tumble. At last she halted some
little distance from a great mos coveted rock,
sJiapcd wvnderfully like a huge recumbent griz
zly. The resemblance was so striking thai
Harrison detected the likeness wilu an ejacula
tion of surprise.
('l thought y-m w.mld admire ihji, Ve
wait slum it nlflorily folks. It (s big i)4
quiic like a lar," f
Them waa wiKUiuiu.tdetf.'uielolhewortL
al her fixedly for a moment, and his onlinary,
lazy looking brown eye flashed angrily; then
he said, quictlyi "We may a well have II out
now. I am no match for you at small talk
and badinage. I &7 like women. I may
a well tell you that at once. Hut I do like
yon. lor a woman you are really very nice.
Let us sign a Irucc. I'll do anything lo
please )ou if you'll only let me alone."
Miss Dodd looked him full In the face for an
instant, Just a shade of amusement played
about her lips as she answercdt "I did not
think you could be so eloquent. You quite
suspriie me with your dazzling frankness, and
Indeed, you almost tempt me to disloyally)
but, no, I cannot desert my color. You are a
captive, sir, under surveillance. We are three
In make )oti fall hoiclesly in love with one of
us, and we mean to win. So, in strictest con
Itdciicc, I give you fair warning."
It wa a rash speech, and Ihc young lady
regretted it the moment It was spoken. Strange
to say, its clfcct un Harrison was directly
opposite to what might reasonably have been
expected. It never occurred to him lhal Ihe
speech was extremely unconventional almost
unmaidcnly. If he thought of the words at all,
apart from their warning, he thought of them
merely a a vagary of Ihc sex to which Ihe
young lady had the misfortune tnbelnng. Mr.
Warren Harrison acquaintance with Ihat sex
was conspicuously slight, a has been indicated,
but hi Ignorance at thai siH.-ci.il juncture wa
certainly inexplicable. And his reply lo Mis
Dodd' slanting nonsense was in il turn quite
as startling, and from her standoinl Infinitely
" I Ihink I understand il all now, " he Raid,
" and perhaps it is fortunate till has happened
a it has. I suppose one must fall in love and
marry sometime. They all do, don't Ihey? I
can't be a ' Howler' always but you don't
know alxmt that. Ye, one must marry some
time, and certainly one might do worse. You
are a very nice girl, I think, and after awhile
)ou would liecome busy with )our own affair
and leave me lo myself a good deal, I am
sure jou are good-natured at heart. You
would'nt enjoy making a fellow uncomfortable
for any length of time, would you? I have
part of a very resectable fortune left. Of
course we shall go to Europe and "
How much longer he might have gone on
may not fairly be estimated apparently he
might have emulated the brook at their fed.
When he liegan to speak Miss Dodd looked at
him amazedly, almost indignantly, forgetting
the strong provocation. Dut, a he went on,
she saw with growing astonishment that the
young man was calmly, absurdly in earnest,
and then, rising at once lo the situation, she
interrupted him, saying: "I must explain, Mr.
Harrison. There is frankness and frankness,
just as thcrcis nonsense anil nonsense. I have
misunderstood you altogether. I thought you
w ere merely a young man, and I am a very
foolish young woman. We will laugh and
forget all this, and when we return to the
houic I will leave you quite to yourself, and
will try and persuade the others to do like
wise. Shall we return?"
It was Harrison's turn to be surprised, in
dignant, and then philosophically calm. He
hesitated scarcely a second as he answered,
with almost eager animation, looking at her
full in the face and compelling her eyesto meet
his, momentarily: "Hut I don't' care to forget.
Miss Dodd. I dan't wish lo set my judgment
against the rest of mankind. It was my igno
rance, you see. I never really knew a lrdy till
the other nighl. You are so muck nicer than
any other person I ever met that I am hisI
tivclygladit happened. There has been no
harm done. You wanted lo make 111c in love
with you I am m love with)ou, "
"Hushl" broke in the lady, coldly. "This
foolishness has gone quite far enough. It was
a joke; a joke, don't you see? I am nothing
to you, you a.-e nothing lo me. Let Us be sell
sible, and go back."
"And do you mean to tell me," said the other
hotly, "that you have done this fpr pure wan
toness? that you brought me here to make a
scientific experiment at my risk? And now
that )ou have made a fool of me, )ou think
alwut it as cold-bloodedly as you talk. I was
light, then, before!"
"No, sir, you were wrong then and now.
A lo the folly, it wa all mine.. Ignorsnce
is not folly, but you ought surely lo undersand
that I regret Ihe scene as a man could iiotv
siHy regtel it. You do not know whit love
means. If I were in love with you at this mo
ment 1 should not let yon know, I" Then
was a humid glimmer in ihe young gill's eyes
as she liecame more and more excited with her
defense, iihe raised her hands to her eye to
lirush away the vexing tears which filled them.
Wa it accident or Inspiration which nerved
Ihc young man lo an act which set its impress
on iwo lives in an instant which made the
world broader for Ixith of ihem from that hour?
"I should not let you know, I"
"Hut I do know, and this Is my answer."
And then he calmly kissol her.
Among the various commission with which
Mr. Warren Harrison was delightfully burden
ed, on the morning of hi return Irip lo San
Francisco, one was from the Gannel, the me
mtranduiii of which of which read as follows:
" lVo pairs lis-builon lij, .Vo. jU,
" ,'. .'. ; "
And by Mr. Richard Noble, Harrison was re
quested to send up,a box of (,ooil cigars. "Im
The Gannet drovellarriun lo the station
In a liuek-lxKMl. They uayed all night at Li
Rule's ranch, and that mi rning the Gannel
said lo Mr, La Rule, in rueful confidence: "I
was wrong again. He ilid fall in lovcl and
just my luck has carried olf the prize. He
ami Dora are engaged. They will probably
be married some lime next May. My onjy
hope of revenge U ihe chance of writing up the
weililiiigliis.niie.Saii Francisco society (up,,-,"
"I congratuate them," said the hor,,)
"and, once more, I am ashamed of you;"
f?aiA .SiMity Smith,
A San Jose paper mgr ihe repeal of ous-
' wincn permit marriages 10 ue com net ml
by secret agrtements. It L a timely protest
against a l'mc and senseless system. We
should recognize no tnarrige within Ihe stale
not first authorized by Issuance of license, nor
any to which a church or civil official has not
given the solemnity of lilt deviation and
rcconl, Marriage is an institution lying so
close at the base of all good government, to
esss-utially a mailer In which the tta.10 )ut a
profound Interest, that its coMMMlna should be
surrounded wlih ionic of the f ,rnvt oftolwuarfty.
11 to is, ti.r contract ytm ia Invju.
lion to fraud, rendcu ivwiUe raids unon I be
estatee of dvssl rlc'l men ami wowtn, may
be us! In avdt1dackmiiling schemes, dclraet
from thfdigiilly of iha maniagr relation, and
lends lo break duwu Ihe bjritri, tlut guard
viety frow dejicy. Stttumtt Vmun,
ISLANDS, APRIL 7,2,7-SSiN
Profcus.OiUtl (Eiirbc. j ?8ii.)trartiB.
SMITH & TIIUHSTON, I W. O. Smith,
1 1. A. Tiiumios-
Atlnrnit ill tttiwt
No. il MmorANT Sttnitr.
ILLIAM O. SMITH ft Co.,
I I. A. TlUiMTO'. I
1 V. O. Smith. f
Stnfk ami Itmt i:tnt ltrnhr,
Nrt 88 MnftciMNr SturitT . . ..HoMnLuttt
fitlahUthr, in tfy? )
Scir Plantation, Uailrm.,, IVIVplion ami otfr Cot
piratton Stnrki, I torn) ami limibf Sturit!ef
liotrrmr ami Font nn Commikion.
Money I.mnJ on Slock fVcurftitt.
O U. DOLE,
Vountelnr nt T.tw unit Sotttrjf VitUllc,
Giiftr Fort an, AtiaCHANT.Stitrp.ts, IfnioiufL
LARBNCE W. ASIIPOKD.
Attorney, ,Httr It nr, Klr
No. 15 Kaahumaku brrrnT
JLT R. CASTLE,
Attorney at l.atr timl Xotnrtf I'uhttc
AtiffuN alt the Court of the KlnnJom,
Attorney mul Conn art or at f.atr.
ALBERT C. SMITH,
A (rat tn tab Arkumvteitgementn to
OrricR With Smith k Fhuraon. Aiiorn'yt-ahLaw
N. 38, Mfkciiaht STkKrr.
T-JRS. CUMMINGS MARTIN
.SurffintiM ami Itomtrtathtr Jhfftctati9.
OrrtcttcnKHr Fort and Hrrrtania Sts .
Office Houn Untilg A.M.,andfroini-,jaikJ 6:30-8 r.M.
TssJ B. EMERSON, M. D.
i'hyntrtan antt Saraeon
Hosotvtv . , .....II, I
I'fCLBPMONP NUMOER 149.
Office hour from 8 lo toJ a. m.; i t 3S P m.
Office ami Residence, No. a KuVui treet, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY. M. D., D. D. S.
Dental Hinmn on J'ort Htrrrt, "
Honolulu , . t
Office in Hrewer' Block, corner Hole and Fort
streets, entrance on Hotel Mreet.
ixriLLiAM b. McAllister,
TPRMANPNTLV LOCATFLI tS HnNuLL'LU.
Office, corner o( Fort and Hotel street, over Trrgloan'a
Particular attention uaiJ to restoration raid filling.
Kel)iug on good work at reasonable chare" to gain
uic cannaente 01 the public tf.i
pEO. L, BABCOCK,
(late op oikland)
Teacher of the Piano-Forie. Address, LYCAN & CO.
RkMDtNCc Mr. DudoitV 1S5MY
A G. ELLIS,
No. 72 Queen Strfft. Honolulu
Member of the Honolulu SiocV. and Ilond Kichanse.
Is prepared to buy a;id sell Stocks and llond in the
open market, at the usual rate ol cwumiwion.
Ha money to loan on Stocks. Small margin; re
quired on I ime Contracts.
Will advice as lo Investments when requested.
O. HALL & SON.
importer and ceil its in
It a nt tea rr ami fJrneral MrchamlUrt
Cornbr of Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu
1lI1amW. Hall .President and Manager
li. M Secretary and Treasurer
Pvr Jo"". Jr.. . ...., Audilur
Directors K. O. Hall. Ceorge K. Howe. 15a
O M. CARTER,
Atffnt to take ArKHnielrilamente to Con
tract n tn Jsibor,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island 15
D W. LAINE,
Com tats it nHr f Oeeita
For the State of California, for if... Hawaiian Mands,
and tV-neral Agent for th- Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. i4
NO. A. HASSINCER,
Itml In lalt Arkuairlrilymrnt lo Com-
Inthsioic Ornca Uom.li-ii
JOHN H. PATV,
.i7 Public mul '.mi(.,. ,,f ,,,
al Ilia llanlc of llisho)) S Co.
HliKollTLl-, Osini, II. 1. 1
P T. LENEHAN A Co.
mjioi rex mul Coutmhtlnu .VrrriiiMla.
T VCAN CO..
Ii)mrlrr an.l Dr.tUrt In nil klnilt of
JluWe C'-hIi, fiiuru llniHtm,
,N'n. 10s .sku 10; Fot Stskiit IIosoivlu
I-slnsiit sir fMtl.i C.u,.- ll.lf .
it 7t wwjj .iicnines, .-viin'ort anJ
Allnvr PUi IVture rrainea and Cornice made Id
ordsr. ,. .
C BREWER ft COUPANV,
ft .-.vr 1
tlrHfml Mnrranlllruml Vommlttli,,, ,
OURKN STSkKT. HnMniitiir
OlTKcrs-J, C Joiws, lr nrcjiltnl and m
?"' ri' 1 "? !',"'"'" nJ sCrtUiy, lllrtrrofl
?rr."" "' "."' ' ' siner: 11
ll;,h r In Chulpt.i Hmrf, ril, Mnttau, Kir.
.Vo, 6 IJiiia Stiikt. hl MAHfaT,
Cauily simI Slilpiiin; orjsrs fsrrfullr iiih1.I lo.
Ut klocl rurqishcU 10 V.sxU al !r uotkt.
- ,m.-,v u, .1, .iiiuft Mipn4 ia orur
jyj S. CRINOAUM tt Co.
jMjwi-f.r HJiil WialrMitti ;.,trr In Urn-
Makis's IluicK Qjsksi SrasiiT, Honolvu.'
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
rur,rr,U , t'orii;JM MmnhnmU,
i CAUroisis St., Sah rskcici.
SisoWaI fACllslIau f j-.. I .. ..I. ..I .....1
cunftipnmui of utiij ors-iu:.
rUr Miettm Canl JTHnutirlory
,. , , m . " W
IIMNULVLU.. .. .(..J...
Nwftlf II lluttl tXUet
WUuirmuie wm. HtU rum mnJ T 1
ia m NuVAMtf n.r .o..,UiBU
VatrhmnUrt tpirrr Kngrarer9 mutt
No. it 1 FoRt SrT . -. Honolulu
All orderj futhfoilr executed. 1
Hoot nntt Mhnetn tt ker,
Ikwtiand Shoe mad la Onlr.
Na in Fort St.. opposite I'antmron Stahwx,
P If. OEDINO,
'jiprje ami tirautaan,
Freihl, pAf-lfAsrs, Ami lUgitairc deMverr) Marx I from
all ttfirts rtf Honolulu aol vicinity. Cftrrful at
tention paid ti movin Fnrmture, with
WAC.ONS F.XPKI1SSI.Y FOR THK PURPOSK
Felepfion 86( Residence is tuhlirialitteei.
OiTicf. 45A Kin; Street. tAlf
piiillips a Co.
Innmrlm nml H7,nO.,i Hrntm In llnlh-
Intl. Wmlt, Hl,e,, II,,!,, Mr,,', fr.
n I. hi nil llnmlm, Vmr llnn.lt, f.lr.
Nn. 11 Kaaiiiimanu SrnniT Ilonou lx-
J, LEVEY & CO.,
nhnlmnlr nnd Jlelnll llroerr.
Fiirt Srisrr llniaLiil.ii
Fitsh frrocnif n,l TOii.!.nt of all limit on hand an.1
rrrtirtil tfiulatlr frorn Europe ami Amtika svhkh
( still l sola al lh lowest market rstrs.
(rands i!elirer.l lo any part cf lh ell)- fre of sharg.
tslAnJorJeri solicited anJ prompt altenllon ilM.
uireo to Ihe ume, n..iv
AXAONO LEONO & CO.,
,ljri,ln fnr .Mnnnnl Mngar, I'nlnmil Itlrr
And Kailna Rice I'Untallon and Mill.
NiriAKU Stati-T Coaa Makikk
'T'HBO. H. UAV1ES ft Co.,
(Latk Janiom, CapRN & Co.)
Impottrr nml Cmnmltnn Mrrrhonts.
Lloyd's and Ihe !.lirenool Underwrilert,
lirirish and Foreign Marine Insurance Lomplny, and
Norlhern Assurance Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
himrrriRS amii IIkuii in
llnnlt, Slin'i, I'nrnlthmu llnoiU, Unit,
f-Vii, Trnnlm, Valine,,
0 I'afnmcry and Soaps, Wrltham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.
Corner Fnrr akii .Msrciiamt Strrfts, HoxoLCLtr
- E. WILLIAMS,
lUroRTRR AND DkaLRR IN
I'nrnllnrr nf Krrrff ll'trrljitlnn. Attn
l'ilitllrrrr nml Mnnnfnttnrrr.
Fnrnilure V.trmntna N.i ,i s. c... sir L
shop at old stand 00 Hotel .Street. All orders promptly
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
linpnrlrr nml ttrnlrr In Omrml Mrr.
QllREN SriRRT IIONOtUUI
TT HACKFELD & Co.
Ilnirml C'nmmlflnn A lit lilt,
(JL'RRS STRERT IIONOUIU
TD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Impni-lrrt nml Cmnmlmnlnn Jlrrrhnuln.
IIonouiii Oahi-. II, I -
J H0PP & Co., 74 King street,
Iiuiiarlnrt nml Mnnufiirtnrrrt of Entry
ll'trrlptlon of h'urnllurr.
To tjir Ladirs; Trimminjs, Tassrli, Gimps, Sillc
-viu inrrery sruuc I'arior sets restuileo,
covered, polished and nude equal lo
nesr, Maureshes re-made and
cleined at short
We are noted for tirst-clais work and moderate
J-JILLINGHAM ft Co.
Importer nml ltrnlrrt In llnnlirnrr, (Jul.
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
ST l. o
.s". j7 ru.i.m.iT llosoll'tir
A W. PEIRCE ft Co.
Ship ChnmlUr nil J Vomntlttlon Mr,:
HosoLULU, Hawaiian Islarus.
Apnts for llratkl'. Guns an.1 Ilomb lancet and Per.
1 .'Mm ( iii rviiirr.
IRWIN ft Co.
Snunr Furlurm unit Vommltttnn A tmlt.
CLAVShl-RKCkRI.. WU. k. IRWIN.
P P. ADAMS,
AurtUiuerr nml Vommlttlan Mrrrhunl,
(JurkhStrkkt 1 v u,
P A. SCHABFER ft Co.
Iinpurtrrt unit Vommlttlnn .Uerrlmnlt,
Mkrciisnt Stihrt. I Iokuiulp
ILDER ft Co.
I.umkrr, I'nlnlttWIt.Xullt, nml Lilt,ll,tU
Mnlrrlult of rrrrff I. Iml.
Con. FoT aiu Qlrkn Sts HonolvU'
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
I'liotniirnplilr Aril, I,,
ioianpioi Kurt Sraser Hnxoi.iii.ti
Pictures of all sues anJ luids made lo order, and
Iraines of all des.riK,ns conManlly 0.1 hand. AIm
Coral. .Shells and Curiosities of the PaciuV.
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Driller, In Lumber nml all kluilt ofjlulhl-
llifl Mulerlult. I'nlntt, Oil,, Xnlli, He.,
IIONIIU'U', II. ,,
AGKXTS nr kiioonshs
llale.ikala, Kutamanu, Kikauluohl, Mary Ellen,
, ., .1 u""". Pauahl and Leahl,
AtRoWm o s W harf. .
Imitorlert of ll,einl JferrlmiiilUt front
franer, I'.nijl.ii, I, llermuny ami
lk Itnllril Slulet.
No. jSyuitx Srsem .......llofcOU't.
iCaihi!Cauponi, Srar....jN raAkaiKis.
Paftlcolsr attwtUi jwud to fifli- a, shipiju; Is.
land or.lr lis..
CDC, ROWfcj "
7foM nml Sign I'ulnler,
I'Are Hasi.ir, eta,
Na io KixnSiaur ,. ,Ho.ou;i.e
T YONS ft LCVEY,
Aurlloneert nml Couunlulau Jlereknult,
llsKR lluxu, rjSuui Sitwt, Hok.St.CI.l-.
Saljsnf I'crriitjr.. StaV, KeJ IUi.is and Oeurkl
aiervniuklisa tvoutaU Ait.uLe.1 to. s.j ... ..
Anverkaj and r'-urppca tuervhaiulisa. I I, Lviins.
RS, A. M. MBLLIS,
'iiAWNUf liri unit Vluak Mnk'r.
N'os 104 Fiir Srar.. ., ...Hon i.li.x
M W. UcCIIESNKY ft SON, ' ?
I.enlUir, (It.lr., Tn four mml V.iumlttlon
if ileffHtnl ri
'AjeP t iV K-I S.04 CoBraay.
Nis.i-(tMi Ktt. it ..ltoarfwik
17 ILLIAM TU1IHEH,
I'mtllml ll.i(.-A. iJ.-,
3 lliku Sr.mr . , . . .llokkvv
, lifu s" .Vuciu-iu JrJ.r oTwuy dwain
two. !wityu Ssm traakisaa, :i,HVi.i h
WJAX ECKAIIJ1 y
J EWERS ft COOKE,
(Si-ccessoatin Lawtasft 1)i:ks.i,)
Importer unit llenter. In Lumber nml nit
klnilt of llnlhllnu Mnterlnlt.
Foar Struct ll'lvoit
- C. COLEMAN,
lUnektmlllt, MnehlnlMl, Vnrrlrtffw Work,
HnKOICLO II. I
I'l.ntsli.n M..l,inry, etc. Shnp on KInf Slteell
f OHM NOTT,
Tin, Copper ami Sheet lmn tt nrker,
fitttren atttl Unttuet,
of I1 tcintls, Plamlren'tttirit ami metals, rtw fomtth.
inj eckxIs, thflml'lntrs, lamps, eta
No. 8 Kaahumahd Strpkt Honoiml
T M, OAT A Co.
Hall maker, Vlaam of alt hearrtpttonn
ttitnle at. it rrpatrett,
HoMoLt'Lu . H. I
toft In A. F. CoAe't new fireproof IntUJing, firrt of
Ntitunti Street ?i
T EMMliLUTH & Co.,
Thuntttt.M antt Vlntahere, Itratere In
.Store, Hnnrt Tin,
No. 5 NtOAMtf SlRPRT IIONOl.l'Lf
T W GIHVIN,
fffifHfjffufi Merchant unit tlenernt ttmler
la Itrff Mtwitm,
WAittKti, Mali Hl
OroceriM, HarJware, Stationery. Patent Metticfnet,
Perfumery and (iUssware i
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Kitytnei, Hotlere, Snyar JttttM.
Cooler, Iron, Jtrne ami I.eail CatttnoM,
HosoLt'tu II. I
.Machinery of every Uesrrition maJe to order.
Particular atteniion aIJ to Ship's ItUck am .thing.
Job work executed do the short? t notice. to
THOS. G. THRUM,
Impopiino and Manltactupikc
Stationer, ,ctr A(ent, Printer, Hook
Ami publisher of the Saturday Prps, ami Haifa!!
a AlmiHat ami Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys; and Fancy
Goods, Fort utreet, nar Hotel Honolufu,
A S. CLEGHORM & Co.
Importer and Itrulerm In (lenevnt .!
Corner Queen and Kaahumana Street, Honolulu.
OLLES & Co.
Ship Chantlter nml Coiantlenton .Merchant
Qvkrh STKruT. Hosoivlv H. I.,
Importers and Dealer in General Merchandise, i
Carpenter atttl llulhler.
AH I indj of jothin rotnptlv U tended to,
'lelephone No. tjo. illtaiason't lis press Office.
Snor, No. 8 Kino bTumtrr Hoxoiull
T AINE 5c Co.
Importer and dealer tn Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu II, 1
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery antt rf Store,
Cok. King and FostSts Mnsot.vtv
A L. SMITH,
Importer ami Healer In (llaaitre$
llerlilen Sllrer-Platetl Ware,
No. 44 Fot SritiicT Honolulu
Kind's Cbrnhinat ion Spectacles, arid K) egUvses,
I.uMral Wire Ware, Fancy Suaps, Picture Fraiuct, Pi
tols, Wostenholm't PocLet Cutlery, Puwder, hH and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, aMtthiie Odt jtl
kinds of Machine Needtrs, Domestic I'ajMT f atotts.
Sule agent of the urmcrully acknwledet)l Light
Kuiuiin Domeitk Sew in Mar hi m
HE CERMANIA MARKET.
HosiOLULU, H. I.
Ileef, Vent, Mutton, Lnmb, I'Quitru
(Jbnttmly on hand, and of choicest qnaliti, I'uiL
Siuuges, liuluf nas etc, alwats on lunI. Our meats
are all cut and put uo in hasten, slle. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the.
city. Miop on Hulel Street, Ulween Umun and l-ort
bnectk Itotl.i (i. KAUI'P. I'rojuielor.
tVntrhiHuher nml .feirelrr.
WALTHAM and all other Amerkan WA TCIIES,
Clocks arkl Jeaely.
Watch repnlrluK tuatlu r Siolalitjr.
All orders from the othei KUriJs promf ty attcikUtt tk
No. js, HoTriSrksiir. IIuluiliiv, ll.l.
Jeireler anil Jrinmnml Seller,
Noco, JfiTAKi' STsrrr, HoKoktif,!!. I,
(Opoodif llollister i Co.),
!"articuiar attention' tali! to rcpaUint,
TI OPP ft CO.,
74.....,..,..,, Ktmj hy.rs-r
I'pliulttrrer: Ihuper nml Jlrulrrt lu nil
inum of rurnllurr.
, Teleiihvn No. ny.f
- HUSTACE, "
(roSMSILV t.lTtl HOIKS . to.)
ll'Aofraifaiiinl itwufl tlrorrr,
in, KixcStrrrt ,..Ui.kk llMoktu
Pamily. riaouilon, arvdishiuklMea supplied at Kvl
ii. JVesr rxU by eseiy steamer. Orders flow
T.le.!-wne Nit 119. )-(
IT E. IIBRRICK,
roof ,ti4 Ivury Turner,
Uniist Strut llok,n.ii.i
Ta'jls UfS, lleiUlead lMt. IhUiard JWU. Canes,
lUlustem Nsoels. Koa CaUluthc,,
ami all ah Vliais U lurn'nf ,
eaeculcd kllh rKiIl.es UrX iJu'mic1v
Q M. CARTER S. F. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER CO',
tIKI'.WOOD, C0A1, am. KKKII.
Tree IWIilcy Wall ottiof lU CTly.
Hemember y, KIXH XTUKKT,
,Akl Ttletdwaw No, lJ
HONOLULU 1H0H WOKKS
. -.it ?& "rr1 r iu.,ikj hj.
--- liiail ) m at. s,aj I4N( Hit
r. U. SWAJf 2V
Whole NiMiHiit 189.
DISIIOI' A CO., Banters
HlHreMTUT, IIawaiiaw IslAVO.
Draw !!thant;! on
nir. hank or culr-OkNlA,
Mer.N M. KOI IKCIIII.Ii SONS,
IVCOMMrfKCIAI. IIANKI.VO CO,
OK SVIINKV. Ul.VIKl.V
lnefOIMKRC!AI. I1ANK1N0 CO,
cr svoNrX svit.vr.Y
Tl.e HANKS or NKW 2KAMNIH
Ull: HANKS Or IIKI'ISII C0I.UMHIA,
VIC10KIA, II.C AN!) I'OKIlaNll.OR.
Tiwtutt a Gtmral finding lUiilntti.
Q. W, MACFARLANU ft Co.
Importer, nml Cemml.tlo,. Meirhuntm.
Cor. roar and RSTrr...K Hoxoitao
ihe Wkii..:. .-. :?'" '""" "
li!'1!"' i!ai,c? W'!WI' " Company.
ITie Iuh!ms Sheer, Karli Coroiany.
ASTLB ft ennsftt
Shlppluu nml Vo,mnll .Uerrlmntt,
No Jo KiKoSrs.rT llotsw
lltrORTRRS ASH l,(AL(F M
llie Llllt'hcocR H Company's Plantation,
lne AleaTsnaIa IliLtin m.-a.k
R. I Instead, or Wiiahu l1amati,Ki.
I it 11 V"1P?nl'' Ko,"t Kal.
. ' 'i!1? ?' Companj .
Tlie Kohala Mjar Company.
The v!ST-.EH,lT""'r'1 !,!"n rranicok
rv! ni 1 Ii"1u"r L,f Insurance Com jny of lljst.
I? ? u' ""f"""!"? l-oraoany .rf'noJon.
?k ' l W 'Hm." '"'"' Cemriftisa! Machines.
rNO.O. FOWLER ft Co.,
.Ire prepare,! to fnrnM. );.., h.
inntet ,,r (
or wihom Car and Icomollre,, SpecUlly J
llAPinil rOR .SUGAR PINTAI IONS. X
1100 tnilne. and Koad Locomotisem Stea.,
M.'C. lS '"A " -Machinery? fw"
r..l .':nl5'.,"" or inclines.
Catalcyne. with Illustrations -Model, and Photo.
S. v? vrW'S: y"iJ- w. uhm-!SX!S
lerCU ;""" sr.v.li..Alrnt.fo, ,. sow.
HPHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SKITING IN IIR1CK.
KMAI KI.VTII C()tf
No. s Nku.ku Sraarr Ifokocris
Sjleaentt for the.e Idands. 11. I... , 1
r-rato, forth. PUnii.iVlr " ""
RANGES A FIX! UKK,S ,d,
ifof U'rlfer Holler,, fa
tlrutm Hurt, Kte.,
Always in UocL.
Rin!?.li:"'1",C,i'"f' ""lnJ "P --oPy ...ry
Cin utan anJ Wm on applhs.hu. sr
D. " CRWLHV . ASTIE
n. ii,ckovvi.i:v (Uni,.,, h,u-,'f h,h..,a,
isJtiMiicrsh!1,,UIKllI( I Asi llllh.
re firm kill U Invou as '' "
OROWMY ot CO.,
J-'""' S KlMl ((,.
"- 4t. Or!!. Vhilnult L MMjUV
Ksery desert; ion of t-nrnftur. aikraeit
rriiued oi Torrt Ptmcnl. " ? .
I'AKIXIR SKIs -InKlk,
kW SiniM Jiu urwABO.
Elejaru coverings andlrimtninfs.
aVT Se. Ih "liOIION" .k! ..nail rrvr-k-.
f' kuoivs l.i-.I.-. "
7. Kt.SII XTHKKT.
TaiktssMks Nm..e, jj, .
11. j, yoi.Tf. rROPKicroR.
HcjStoamVMlkxUklsfrrtktlaodllM mUx lit (lu
era! lUtth. alios. iMvuMpryfldVa '
Ftnt-ClBM SUaVtMsbasMta "
rmat 1 a, r. tUi 10 .
Clf ra, Plots
OmT rVwtnka S, Uar.a'tt.UVaiftl
lltiwlkJ,W, n .j.Midiikn. ,k. Iw., of
THR CASINO. is
a saw m saski sssmsu jlmm
U, J. JKM.re,!
IS A , '
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