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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1885.
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. , DEPARTURES.
Stmr Kinau for Windward Poi ts
Stmr Plnntcr for Kniinl
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahahin
Schr T.iikn for Koholnlele
Sehr Ehukat for Walalua
Sehr Manuokawnl for ICoolnn
Sclir ICnniol for T.aupahoehoe
Sehr Mnna for Hllo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr J.ehtin for Windward Port'
Stmr Jas Makco for Knpaa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk T H Foster, Ttmrg
Bk Forest Queen, Acllson
Bk Mundota, NnMi
Tern Bculali, Wilson
Bktuc Eureka, Lee
Bgtne W G Irwin, Turner
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
For liana, IIuclo, ICuhului and Kau
naknhakai, per Likclikc, May 18 Hon
S G Wilder, lion .T W ICalua, llev Fa
ther Hess, Brother Zehler, P N Makee,
Mrs Akanallllli, Max Matron and wife.
C Spitz, T K McDonald, Mr Irwin and
The new steamer James I. Dowsett,
recently built at Turner's yard, Benl
ela, Is now at Beale street to receive
her bollere and machinery, and will sail
for Honolulu by the 1st of next mouth.
Sho is built for the Intcr-Iland Steam
Navigation Company of Honolulu. Sho
Is intended for the intcr-Uland trade,
and will run between Honolulu and the
Island of Molokai, carrying passengers
and freight. She is the smallest of a
fleet of about a do.cn stcameis which
have been built here for that trade, and
is about 100 tons bin then. Alia Cali
fornia. ThebgsncWG Irwin, Capt Turner,
arrived off port at 12 o'clock last nlgiit
and hove to. She was 204 davs coining.
She has -40 tons of gravel and 90 tons of
sand for Spreckels. She also brings 00
tons of bone meal. She had light west
and south airs throughout the voyage.
She is consigned to Irwin & Co.
The Lehua sails to-morrow at 4 v jr.
The Forest Queen will sail for San
Francisco on Thursday' or Friday next.
The T R Foster is taking in ballast.
The Russian man-of-war steamed out
off port tliis morning at about S o'clock,
and took a bee-line to the southward.
The Mondota is docked at the OSS
wharf, loading sugar and having her
sides and deck caulked.
The stmr Kilauea Hon will probably
be lowered from the dry dock to-morrow.
Eighty feet of false keel and 90
feet of her shoe was damaged and part
of her bottom chafed.
Capt Crane, of the Haleakala, reports
seeing a spar DO feet long and 3 feet in
diameter at the butt, off Kahului a few
days ago. The spar had but few bar
nacles on it, and from all appearances
it had not been in the water long. Capt
Crane thinks it was washed from some
ship's deck, and ho says if it should
strike a vessel point on it would make a
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Tin: new Police Station building
is looming up.
Latest foreign news will be found
on our fourth page.
. . .
A PoiiTUGur.si: man and his son
advertise for a situation.
Look out for Brewer & Co.'s new
advertisement in to-morrow's issue.
The lease of a cottage on School
street for eight years is advertised
Tin: l'egular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held Thurs
A second hand windmill and pump
is offered for sale by Messrs. II.
Ilackfcld & Co.
Tun schooner Anna is on her way
to Kahului with an assorted cargo
valued at $0,300.
.... ,, rffc . i. !
Ai.r. the Kan Francisco papers
May 9th contained full accounts
the dcatli of the late Queen.
Tin; O. S. S. Alameda is duo on
Friday morning from San Francisco
with live days later news.
The Honolulu Rifles meet this
evening for their usual weekly drill
at their Armory, at half-past seven
The Queen's Own were out. last
night and had a splendid drill in
command of Capt. O'Connor. Eigh
teen new members were enrolled.
Hon. Samuel Parker, Hawaiian
Commissioner to tho New Orleans
Exposition, is in San Francisco and
will probably bo homo on Friday.
Sue Arthur Sullivan, the composer
Of Pinafore, leaves England next
month for a tour in America. He
will travel as far as San Francisco.
Mill M igniiinisingagm
A nv lot of walnut and ebony
polo cornices till complete and very
cheap at King Hros.' Art Store.
I'nr.snuvr. your magazines, music
mid old books by having them neatly
bound by A. II. lfnscniann, Gazelle
liuildtng. 1021 hv
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If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
IfJ Nuuami street. 980. tf.
To'Kacf. Hoksi: Air.. The Union
Feed Co. have a few of those cele
brated Liverpool salt sacks, for rub
bers, for snlc, fiO cents each. 22 Gt
A new rr.ATunr.. On and nftcr
this date wo will keep on hand cut
hay, put up in grain sacks, for the
convneiencc of our customers.
1023 Ct Union Feed Co.
The baseball season is fully open
ed In the States. Come you Hono
lulu baseball clubs, get out your bats
and halls, and give us a good scries
Officer Tell discovered a young
girl on Maunakea street this morn
ing, showing strong signs of leprosy.
She was at once taken to the leper
On Thursday next at 10 a. m.
Lyons & Levey will sell the entire
lot, of household furniture at the
residence lately occupied by Mrs.
Wilkinson, Fort street.
TiiEiii; was considerable noise
made at the entrance of the Music
Hall last evening, which was ex
tremely annoying to that portion of
the audience sitting near the doors.
To-itonitow at noon, Messrs.
Lyons & Levey will sell at their
salesroom, a quantity of different
brands of lager beer, damaged by
salt water in importation ex bark
Rr.Ait-Admiral McCauly will sue
cceel Rear-Admiral Upshur on the
Pacific Station. The latter will be
placed on the retired list, having
completed forty years of service on
The S. F. Alia of May 10th has
the following: D. T. MeKinlcy, of
the United States Consulate at Hono
lulu, will take up his residence in
Oakland, his successor having been
II. I. R. M.'s Corvette Djighit
left port this morning about eight
o'clock for Nagasaki. She would
have left sooner, only had to wait
until the brig W. G. Irwin was
II. U. M.'s Commissioner and
Consul-General desire it announced
that the anniversary of the birthday
of Her Majesty Queen Victoria wiil
be observed this year on Tuesday,
the 2Gth inst.
The manager of the Yoscmite
skating rink advertises a list of
events to take place at his resort,
the first of which" is a double race
for lady and gentleman to take place
on the 2nd inst.
The one thousand guineas stakes
run at Newmarket, England, May
8th, were- won by Duke of AVest
second, Duke of Portland's Satchel,
third. There were sixteen starters.
The Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
Just arrived per Mariposa, for tl:c
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags fine and
coarse bran, 500 bags barley, 200
hags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linseed meal (new process), 50 bags
oil cake meal, 50 bags middlings.
When we say that Miss Mon
tague nnd Mr. Turner will render
the great prison sceno from II Trovn
lore, at the second concert Thurs
day evening, that alone should bo
Biifllcient to crowd the house in ever'
part. Secure your seats at Wise
man's at onee.
The S. F. Evening I'ost of May
2nd, says: "Senator Fnir's recent
speech at Virginia City is taken by
his constituents as an announcement
of his desire for re-election. Hon.
R. M. Daggett, ex-Minister to Ha
waii, will probably ho Fair's most
formidable Republican opponent."
Rv direction of Hon. AV.C. Parke,
assignee of tho ebtate of J. II.
Rruns, Jr., bankrupt, Messrs.
Lyons & Levey will sell nt ten
o'clock on Saturday, on the premi
ses, all the right, title and interest
of tho said J. II. Rruns, Jr., iu the
property desciibed in another
column of this issue.
This morning three young ladies
were riding down Nuuanii Valley in
a hi cak when, near the second
bridge, the horse stumbled and fell,
breaking the shafts. Some of tho
prisoners working near by caught
hold of the horse, rendered assis
tance, and no futthcr damngo was
done. Tho occupant' were con
Tims morning His Majesty the
King entertained nt breakfast tho
American Minister, Hon. Rollin M.
Daggett, and lady. Other guests
of the occasion were the Princess Li
liuokalnni and His Ex. Gov. Uom
inis ; the Princess Likcllkc and tho
Hon. A. S. ClcRhorn ; Col. and Mrs.
O. II. Judd. The Royal Band was
in attendance and played n choice
selection of airs.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
Five years havo nearly passed
away since Miss Annis Montague
and Mr. Charles Turner sung in this
city, but the large and select audi
ence which welcomed them nt Music
Hall last evening, Bhowcd by the
fact of its assemblage that these two
talented singers had not been for
gotten. They were both received
with the grcntcst cordiality. A calm
has prevailed in musical circles in
Honolulu for a long time past, but
now we can look forward to a de
lightful though short season from
these two artists now with us nnd it
behooves everyone to take advantage
of these concerts. To the sympa
thetic musical mind there is a pure
and serene enjoyment in listening to
good music, whether instrumental
or vocal. The programme opened
with a piano duet march, "Horo
iquc," by Schubert, excellently
played by Miss Castle and Mr. G.
S. Babcock. It would have been
heard to greater advantage by the
audience had the cover of the piano
been raised, the sound, as it was, re
maining on the stage. Mr. Charles
Turner next appeared and gave nn
exquisite rendering of the song,
"The Last Watch," by Pinsuti.
His voice is remarkable for its rare
compass, evenness and sweetness,
and his style and finish were fault
less. , Mr. Turner's reception was
very enthusiastic. The choral club
rendered a part song, "Arrow and
the Song," by Hay, in a very effec
tive manner, the solo being sung by
Mrs. Hanford. Miss Montague re
ceived quite an ovation upon her
appearance on the stage. Her first
number was that beautiful song of
Gnnz's, "Sing, Sweet Bird," and
she sung it as only nn artist can.
Miss Montague is gifted with a
pure, sympathetic voice, its natural
sweetness and power being supple
mented by careful artistic cultiva
tion. Her audience was very enthus
iastic aud insisted upon an encord.
She responded with that touching
melody, " Home, Sweet Home," of
which two verses were sung, with a
power of vocalization seldom heard.
A genuine tenderness and feeling
were thrown into the words that
thrilled every listener, so that
" The music in our hearts we bore
Long after it was heard no more."
Miss Montague received several
beautiful floral tributes. Messrs. J.
W. Yarndlcy and G. L. Babcock
next played an allegro movement
from a sonata in F., by Beethoven.
It was cleanly played, but there is
very little of interest to the compo
sition. The Choral Club sang another
part song, this time without accom
paniment, and it was rendered with
good expression, the voices blending
nicely. It is to be hoped the mem
bers will stick together and continue
in their good work. Such an organ
ization is just what is wanted here.
Miss Montague was heard again in a
Grand Aria, " Orabua Leggiera,"
accompanied by the orchestra. Our
previous opinion of her singing was
fully carried out in this number, and
much dramatic feeling was shown
by the gifted cantatrice. An encore
was demanded but not responded
to. Tho playing of the orchestra
was scrambling, and Mr. Bergcr,
who conducted it, had n difflcult
task to keep them with the' singer.
The clarionets might have been dis
pensed with ; they were off the key
all the time. Mr. Turner gave a
beautiful rendition of Adams' Christ
mas song, " Noel,'.' so much so that
he was compelled to return and re
peat a verse, A violin solo by Mr.
Yarndlcy followed and was played
in his usual careful and pleasing
manner. Tho concert concluded
with two scenes from Donizetti's
opera, "Lucia di Lammermoor."
In the first scene Miss Montague
appeared as Lucia and Miss Bertha
von Holt as Alice. This afforded
the former a line opportunity for the
display of her histrionic abilities,
and the audience listened with
breathless attention. Miss von Holt
did remarkably well for a first ap
pearance in such u role, and added
much to the enjoyment of the scene.
But the final climax was reached
when Mr. Turner ns Edgar appear
ed. In the duo with MissMontaguo
they raised tho audience to a high
pitch of just enthusiasm, aud the
theatre rang witli applause. Tho
playing of the orchestra in the early
part of the selection was. poor, but
it improved toward the end. Mr.
Berger conducted very elllciently,
and during the evening Mr. Bab-
cock's accompaniments added much
to the enjoyment of the concert.
The second concert will tako place
on Thursday evening.
inlTitfini- .XS&ki .MmtiWvM- i'Hii-i
I THE PLANTERS' MONTHLY.
The Plainer' Monthly for .May
is a number of great interest. .Mr.
W. O. Smith, who lias so ably edit
1 ted it up to tho present time, an
nounces Ills resignation, in fnvor of
Mr. L. A. Thurston. The May
number lias many valuable articles
in it, particularly ou the exhibit of
varieties of sugar cane at the New
Orleans exhibition, co-operation iu
sugar culture, and the effect of the
treaty upon the price of sugar at
San Francisco. A glowing tri
bute is paid to the late Queen
Dowager Emma, and tho deaths of
Messrs. A. Uuna and Julius L.
Richardson arc also mentioned. The
other mnttcr is very readable.
Ah Sang, charged with house
breaking was committed for trial to
the Supreme Court. Charley, Ah
Kim nnd Ah Lan, for having opium
iu possession, were each fined 850
and sentenced to one month's im
prisonment nt hard labor.
Solomona, Lcni, Honpili, F. Willis
and Knhano, had to pay ?0 each for
drunkenness. Kconc Lakalo, for
disturbing quiet of the night, for
feited bail of $10. Apiki, for
assault and battery on a native
woman, was remanded until the 19th
Wong Tai Poon, Kauhane, Alai and
Lupou were brought up on a charge
of conspiracy. Mr. Hartwell ap
peared for the prosecution. They
were remanded until the 20th inst.
John Bolakamo nnd Mnnclla, for
drunkenness, had to pay $G each.
John Miller, for the same offence,
was remanded until the 20th. Ma
kaiki, for violating express rule No.
G, was fined $! and $1 costs. Geo.
Durenbuch was lined 12 and 83
costs for furious and heedless driv
ing. Manuel and Geo. Jackson
were charged with larceny of a
watch, chain and charm, about last
December, the property of the
Wilder Steamship Company. The
articles were in a trunk on board
the Likclikc, belonging to a passen
ger, Mary Silva. She valued them
at 525. Purser Geo. Bcckley stated
that the two defendants belonged to
the crew of the Likclikc when the
articles were stolen. His Honor
found them guilty in the third de
gree and sentenced them each to
imprisonment at hard labor for nine
months, and to pay a fine of $20.
THE LIHUE MAILS.
Editor Bulletin: Allow me to
inform our esteemed Post-master-Gcncral
that 'the people of Lihuc,
Kauai, feel neglected that he did not
send them their American mail by
the steamer Makee on her last trip.
She came on Sunday morning to
Hanamaulu, almost as near to Li
hue post-ollice as Nawiliwili, and if
she had brought their mail they
could have answered letters by the
return of the Mariposa. But they
must wait. There was n similar
state of affairs a month ago.
The mail could be brought here
from Hanamaulu or Kapaa without
expense to the Government, and
Koloa people have expressed to mo
their willingness to send to Lihuc
for their mail on such occasions.
There is little doubt that the whole
leeward side of the Island could be
Lihuc, May 1G, 1885.
ENCOURACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mn. J. W. Hinglcy, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 59 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 84, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a fine as
sortment of choice cigurs and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hinglcy,
also, has rc-commcnccd the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Berctania
street, second door from Alnpai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. G9,
Hotol street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1019 1m
Capt. McGregor, of tho schooner
Manuokawai, has kindly given our
shipping reporter the following bud
get of nows from Koolnu district.
At Knalaea roads and bridges were
washed out to sea and 15 or 20 acres
of rice land destroyed. At Waia
holo two or three acres of ricu land
were ruined. Between llauula and
Punaluu some (10 feet of the road is
gone and teams cannot pass there.
Fish ponds were devastated and all
of the fish killed. At Kailua a Chi
naman lost about thirty horses from
exposure. The natives say the re
cent rain was the greatest they have
had for thirty years.
BARK D. C. MURRAY LIBELLED.
A libel has been filed in tho United
States District Court, San Francisco,
by Jesso T, Haley, on behalf of him
self, his wife and two children j
Walter E. Adams, on behalf of him-
' self nnd wife, Elizabeth lleskct and
! Charles Spllct, against the bark 1).
, C. Murray. The libcllaiils allege
that owing to nn advertisement which
appeared in n hydnoy paper, mo
were induced to sail on the bail:
above mentioned for San Francisco.
During tho journey, however, in
stead "of being provided with the
good food and proper accommoda
tion, as adveitiscd, the passengers
state thnt they were provided with
tainted meat, with meat nnd l ice full
of grubs, and witli brackish water
unlit Tor use. It is also slated that
tho master of the vessel was in the
habit of using the most profane nnd
vulgar langungc. "When the vessel
stopped at Honolulu, the passengers,
being unable to undergo any further
ill-trcntnicnl, left the baik and came
to this city by the steamer Mariposa.
The libeilants accordingly claim
damages in the following sums:
Jesse T. Hnley, S2,000; Walter
Edward Adams, $1,000; Elizabeth
Hesket, $750; Charles Spliet, $750.
S' F. Alia.
King Bros., Importers nnd Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street,
comer Union, where we will be
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. All we ask is a
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuarlu Sis.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel St.
A Scoth Terrier, ncarlv
white, answers to the iinme
of PANNIi:. A reward tor
its recoveiy will lie given
MESSHS. H. MACFAKLANE & CO.
Fresli, at 5 Cents Each.
Every Morning at 11 O'clock
Steam (Jundv Fnctory and Bakery, 71
Hotel tSt.,Tc!eihoiii! No. 7-1,
WHEREAS All Hue of Kipiiliulu,
has left for China, and given
charge of His business to Wong Fook
and Kin Ue, and whereas feaid All Hue
is Indebted to several persons and inndu
no provision to pay his creditors, Baid
Wong Fook and Km Uu have made nn
assignment to llymnn Bros, and G. Aio,
of the property belonging to said Ah
Hue for the bunutit of all creditor.
All persons having any claim against
All Hue are requcnted to present them
duly spuclllrd to the undersigned at the
olllco of llymnn Bro. within ninety
days. HYMAN BROS.,
Honolulu. April 21, 188.1. 1002 lm
MRS. A. F. MORRIS takes pleasure
in announcing that f-ho lias leased
Tho Beautiful Scasido Residence
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, at WAIKIKI,
Honolulu's famous summer resort, and
is prepared to necommodatu parties dc
sirous of enjoying tho b.ilmy air, unsur
passed scn-batliiug, and tropical rest nnd
quiet of tliis charming place. Every
facility is offered lor the perfect enjoy,
ment of tliis ideal wateiing place. By
special nrritneement Dodd's Line of
Busses will take passengers to tho en.
trance of tho place, when two or moro
For ternif, etc.. npply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No. U02, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to tho undersigned, at tho residence.
MIIH. A. P. MOKKIH,
AValkiki Telephone, No. 257. I .essce.
SILK CULTURE !
My Book of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all netesbiiry Information.
I'rlcf, Twiiilj'"l'lv CentM ior copy.
Silk AVorm EgKc Reels, Treen, Cut.
lings, ScmU, &(!., for sitlo at the very
lowest market I ales.
Thcrmomotcr and Barometer Comblnod
For usu of Bilk Rubers, free by mull
only 75 cenlH.
I will 1 0 pleased to give Information
to correspondents who apply by leiter,
inclosing two-cent stamp lor lcply.
Nnc'cliiicn lloxi-H or (.'nrooiiH JL Urn-led
Mllli. 5 Ct'iitN.;
None but articles of the firstipiality sold
Addrtss nil communications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co.
014 NEW JERSEY.
Madeira Lace !
We bog to announce to our Lady cu
tomers, that i have received by the
Per Wells, Fargo &. (Jo's Express, the
Madeira Hand -Sewed
Which wu recently ordered nt their
request. A small but very choice lot.
t3T Call Early -"a
M.A.Gons&lves & Go.
'-'0 57 Hotel Streol. 2w
rpUK place to buy J. W. Illngley's
X. Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Sodn Works will he u depot for these
tine Cigars, wholesale and iclail.
House'' Furnishing Goods,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order
clear out this immense slock.
l,(i00doz. Fancy Dress Muttons'
at 10 cts per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75
Library Lamps, in all styles,
from S.j. 50.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
DIVIDEND of One Dollar per
shan; will bo naid at the olllce of
C. Brewer & Company upon the stock
of the Hawaiian Agricultural Company.
Honolulu, May 15, 1885. 23 3t
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Give it one trial on Tarnished Metals
and be Convinced.
It is a vegetable polish and warranted
free from Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub.
stances, and is superior to .inythiug of
the kind heretofore offered to the public
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Railings, Show Cases, Harness Mount,
ings, Band Instruments, Brass or Metal
Lump?, Faucets, Stnir Hods, Locomotive
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Silvcrwaie, Nickel, Tinware, Zinc, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It is especially adapted to Marine,
Railroad, Stationary and Fire Kngino
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journals, bearings, the black lettering
on metal signs, harness leathcr,or scratch
the finest polished surface.
The cleanest and best Polish for
I.ulics to use for Household and Kitch
en uec. It is put up neatly and conveni.
ently to suit all, in -1, 8 and 10 oz., and
live pound boxes, and every box gunrau.
iricB, ano, nocj, 7.-0 t jm.
Asido from its unequalled polishing
qualities, its strongest claim on tho pub
Ho favor rests in lis absolute purity nnd
cleanliness, being a clean, creamy paste,
easily and comeniciitly applied. For
McLEAN'S CIGAR STORK,
78 Hotel St., Astor House.
SYL. J. OAUTY, Sole Agent for Haw-
ailau Islands. 10R1
E. R. RYAN'S
- - - Honolulu.
Tho oldest nnd only Roat liuildlng .Shop
,iu the Kingdom,
Routs mid Scows of nil kinds made to
order. Surf Roats a specialty.
I havo Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
All kinds of Boat Hepalrinp
1005 shortest notice.
FOR MAN and wife, with accommo.
datioa to cook for themselves, or
board with tho
Apply nt 187
Building Lots for Sale.
SKVERAL building lots
runt at Kapalumu, near
lowal bridge, ou the Kwn
for sale or
fide of the
lane leading to AusIIii'h estate. Kiuy
terms. Apply to W, O. ACH1,
Law otllce of W. It. Castle. 837 tf