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Repairs and Improvements to Boarding Schools. ,,,,,, , , 20,000 00
Stationery and Incidentals. . , , 800 00
Pay of Messenger niul Olllco Asoistnnt. 2,100 00
Prlntlni: English-Hawaiian Dlctloniuy 1. 000 00
Compiling School Ill-dory of the Ilawnllan Islands, ntul Printing und
Jlimllng tho siin.o . . .. , 2.00 00
Nine Scholarships at O.ihti College or imy department thereof. ..,,., 720 00
Professor of Chemistry ivml Natural Science, Oahn College 2,400 00
Technical Instruction, ote. ., , 5,000 Oo
BOAHD OF IICALTIt.
Secretary of Board of Health , ,... 0,000 00
Leper bi-ttlemctii 1' O.00J 01
General Expcnsis of Board of llenlth 25,010 00
Repaiu ami Maintenance of1 Ho-pltals 40.000 00
Cost and hpijiiss of cunh Hospital 1o hu repotted separately.
ltopalrs and oaru of Qiuiitnlinc 4,000 00
Kiipiolnnl Hoinn H,0C0 00
S. II. Mcekupu.. . . 1 fin no
Bulnry DMrlnt Phjsiclnno 50,t.00 00
Physician al lA'puf Sdllcmcnt, to reside tlieru pcrmamullj 10,K 0 01
Medicine U lie dhtrlbuted gratuitously . .. ., ... . 18,000 00
ln gnUjj ntn
TUESDAY, OCT. 19. 1886.
SehrCaiitilu from llllo
Sclir Llhollho fiom Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai
Sclir Ka wailanl for Koolau
Stmr Kilnucii Hon for windward
Sclir Mary Foster for Wnianao
Sclir ICaulkeaoitll for Kohala
For Lahalna, Maalaea, llllo, ICawnl
hae, and the Arolcauo, per stmr Klnau,
Oct 18 General J O Uoininls, His Ex
ltobcrt 11 Baker, wife und daughter,
Hon Frank Pahla, Hon .1 Wight and
Wife, Miss Qullck, Miss I.lzic P Napo
leon, Miss Dora Dowsett, Mrs F P Hus
tings, Miss K Makco, Hon Martin, Prof
II Bcrger, Mrs J Nawahl, .1 L Boss, J
Moanale, JF lUchardson, MrKeyworth,
FAV Glade, .) II Wright, It L Wal
brldge, Mrs J E Barnard, WY Horner,
Bro Phillip, F 11 Austiu, MrsJK Ken
nedy, Mrs W S Luce and 2 children, and
about 140 deck.
Capt Chas Xclsson lately master of
Chas Xclsson lately
the Gun Seigle is now master of the
Tho schooner Gen Seigle which left
here about 7 weeks ago on a sharking
expedition to Fieueh Frigate fchoals is
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas It Foster, Itugg
Bktne Eureka, Winding
Gcr bark Pacific, Oltmau
Bktne G C Perkins, Aekennan
American bark Sar.mae, from Xew
York, sailed July 13th, due here Xov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here October
SGth-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark'Iionerag, sailed.fiom Liver
pool, June rth, due here October 2Urd
Xov 1st, to Davles As Co.
Am bk Martha. Davis, FM Benson,
sailed fiom Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, ltolleston, from
Livcipool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbaul, from
Port Blakcly, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbaiien, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Oo.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penhallow, from Port
Townseud, due here Oct 15th, toLewers
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
.It is rumored that Major J. T.
Baker will become Sheiiffof Hawaii.
The steamer Kilnuea Hou will
take a mill complete to Hamoa this
The Hawaiian Agricultural So
ciety's annual meeting is announced
for Thursday evening next.
PniNcrss Liliuokalani has gone on
a visit to Maui. She went by tho
steamer Likelike last evening.
Mn. Geo. Lucas is making about
75 Queen Ann chairs, and a number
of elaborate kahili sticks, for His
Majesty's birthday celebration.
Miis. J. A. do Sauccdo, mother of
Mrs. Paul Neumann, was entertained
at breakfast, yesterday morning, by
His Majesty tho King.
The earth is being excavated for
the foundation of the new building,
to bo erected on the lot adjoining
Irwin & Co.'s, Fort street.
Mn. J. ,. L. Torbert and Portuguese
Joo wcro deligcntly practising at tho
YoBcmito rink labt evening, for tho
one-hour go-as-you-pleaeo foot race,
to como oil' soon.
FonT street, botweon Beretania and
Kukui stieets, was kept alivo until
tho small houisthih morning, by tho
melancholy wailing of an aecordeon,
and by tho tinkling of a taio-putch
fiddle, in culebiation of a birthday
To-day's "Gazette" tays "It waH
nimoied on tho street yestorday that
Mr. F. Wundenberg has been ap
pointed Pobtmastor-Gcneral. Tho
appointment has not as yet been
liindo public nlliciuUy." Our neigh
bor i behind the times. Tho official
announcement was made yesterday
Mil. J. E. Wiseman left for Han
Francisco by tho W. B. Bowne, yes
terday, to bq absent 11 few weeks.
Mr, Wibemun hopes to bo succcbhful
in getting together a theatrical com
pany to bring back with him. Dur
'ing his nbfconee fiom tho kingdom
his biibiuess heio will bo managed by
Mi. II, Aiinitago, Mr, J, II. Fisher,
atMcbsrs. Bibhop & Co.'s bank, hold
ing Mr. Wiseman's power of attorney ,
A cout'LK of bundles of old cloth
ing liuvo been loft nt this ofllco, by
Mr. Wright mid Mr. Sciimgcour, for
the Branch Hospital.
Sncitr-TAKY Fuller of the Y. M. C.
A., aftor iv lengthy spell of illness,
was nblu to ride in a carriage this
morning, and take nn invigorating
diaught of fresh air.
Mil. Putnam, U. S. Consul, and his
daughter, Miss Eva, weio in Oak
land, Cnl. when the last steamer left.
Mr. Putnam, was much impioved in
health, but had not decided when to
return to Honolulu.
Two men, in n state of intoxication,
were passing Mr. Horn's Candy
Factory, on Hotel street, lust even
ing, when one of them doubled his list
and struck tho window, breaking two
panes of glass and causing some
damage to goods on exhibition inside.
The man afterwards paid for tho
The following appointments have
been made in the public service:
.Mr. P. Wundenburg, Postmaster
General ; Mrs. J. T. linker, Gover
ness of Hawaii ; Mr. Jacob Kulu,
District Justice for the district of
Lihuc, Kauai ; Mr. S. R. Hapuku,
Deputy District Justice for the dis
trict of Lihue, Kauai. Olllcial noti
fication is made of Mr. Arthur
W. Richardson's appointment to the
olllce of Consular Clerk in the ser
vice of the United States, and his
assignment to the Consulate-General
SUIT IN ADMIRALTY.
On July 19th the Pacific Naviga
tion Company, owners of the stea
mer James 1. Dowsctt, filed a suit
in admiralty for $25,000 damages
against S. O. Allen, owner of the
schooner Moiwahine. The two
vessels came into collision June 20tli,
the Dowsett being sunk. Yesterday
S. C. Allen filed a cross bill against
the Pacific Navigation Company, in
which he states that the damages re
ceived by the schooner in the colli
sion have deterioiated her value.
Chief Justice Judd ordered next
Monday as the day for filing an
swer. Messrs. Paul Neumann,
Whiting and Creigliton for the Paci
fic Navigation Company, and Kin
ney & Peterson for S. C. Allen.
P. C. Advertiser.
While talking of the South Sea
Islands, in the P. N. Co.'s oflice
this morning, Captain CUas. Dudoit
said that his father, in the brig
Clemintina, was pearl fishing down
at the Islands years ago, and he
took a fancy to a nice looking native
boy tiieie. And one day a chief asked
Captain Dudoit if he would like to
have the boy, and the captain
answered yes. That very afternoon,
when supper was served, the 'boy,
well cooked and dressed was placed
on a dish before the captain. Chas.
further said that they don't send fat
missionaries down South now. Lean
whites, or those who smoke, are
pretty safe among tho Islanders.
Tobacco gives a peculiar unpleasant
flavor to the meat, while a lean roan
is generally tough.
THE SOI Y0NG CASE.
The Soi Yong shooting caso came
up for hearing yesterday before Mr.
Justice Preston and a foreign jury.
In the Police Court, Soi Yong had
been found guilty, fined" 8100 and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for six months, and he now
came up on appeal. Tho following
jury was sworn: Henry'Wnterhouse,
F. Gertz, J. A. Kennedy, L. C.
Abies, II. W. Nicoll, J. A. Clunie,
A. Gartenberg, T. Lindsay, F.
Lewis, G. P. Castle, A. Ehleis and
J. W. Hingle3'. Major Rosa appear
ed for the Crown, and Hon. Paul
Neumann for defendant.
The testimony was similar to that
given in the Court below. The jury
retired at quarter to 8 o'clock. ' At
twenty minutes past 9 o'clock Mr.
Justice- Preston nsked the jury if
they had agreed upon a verdict, to
which they replied in the negative.
They returned into Court at 10
o'clock, when Mr. Henry Water
house, the foreman, said th03 wcro
unable to agree to a verdict. His
Honor dlschaigcd them. The final
ballot was 7 for acquittal and ! for
MORE BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY.
' In addition to the books mention
ed a few days ago as having been
recently added to tho library, tho
following have just been presented
by Mr. A. J. Cartwright Sr.
Narrative of a four years' residence
in Tongalaboo. Correspondence &e.
of Richd Granville, Earl Temple and
Rt. Hon. Geo. Grenvillo. 4 Vols.
Ed. by W. J. Smith. Two Journeys
to Japan by Kinahan Cornwallis, 2
Vols. History of the Hank of Eng-
land by John tfrruidai Tliu Koman
Question by 13. About.
Tho Capital of the Tycoon by Sir.
Rutherford Alcock. 2 Vols. Adven
tures among the Dyaks of Borneo
by Frcdk. lloyte.
Kitto's Cyclopedia of Biblical
Literature, Condensed. 1 Vol. Aur
olian or Rome in the 3rd. Century,
by Win. Ware. Autobiography of
Lord Herbert of Chcrburg. Books
and Reading by Noah Porter. The
Empire of A'ustriu by J. S. C.
Abbott. Genl. Todclben's Defence
of Sebastopol. A Review by W. II.
1. l'KESTOh, PllUBlDIKO.
Thuiisday, Out. 19th.
J. S. McGrew vs. Barnes and
MeCandless. Assumpsit for S350
for defective artesian well-boring.
Messrs. Neumann nnd Dole for plain
tiff. Mr. W. A. Kinney for defend
ants. Mr. Dillingham of the Pacific
Ilatdwarc Co. was the first witness
called. Ho gave a resume of what
he knew about artesian wells. Mr.
Marques was next called and gave
bis experience. 'Mr. Mendonca was
called, and he stated what he knew
about artesian wells.
Mr. Kinney asked that the plain
tiff he non-suited, on the evidence
of his own witnesses.
His Honor stated that the plain
tiff had failed to establish his claim
as set forth in his declaration dated
Juno 14th. He should bo compelled
by law to render his judgment in
writing which he would do at an
Rex vs. George Glendon. Gross
Cheat. His Honor in passing sent
ence on the prisoner, said: Glendon
you have been convicted of Gross
Cheat. I have sat with you in the
Legislature and have known you for
many years and must necessarily
feel some sympathy for you in your
present unfortunate position. The
The sentence of the Court is that
3'ou be imprisoned at hard labor for
GO da3s, and pay the costs of this
The prisoner was then removed.
AT THE COUNTRY FAIR.
"What class do you want to enter
your horse in?" said the President
of the agricultural fair, as he met
tho honest farmer at the gate.
"Enter my hoss? 1 ain't got no
boss to enter nowhere."
"Don't want to put either of
your horses on the track?"
"Got a wheel of fortune or any
such thing you want to set up?"
"Then what are you driving in
with the team and wagon for."
"Why, I've got a pun'kin here
four feet high and a lot of big corn
and some o' tho best squashes in the
country and there's a 2-year-old
steer tied behind the wagon that
beats anything you ever see, I
"That may all be, my friend, but
this is no place for you. If you've
got a horse that you want to put on
the track, or any kind of a confi
dence game you might come in, but
as it is, we have no room for yos.
Come, move on there, and give Col.
Toeweight a chance to drive in. Go
and feed your garden truck to 30111"
big steer." Kstelline 1Jeu
BROTHER GARDNER'S SERMON.
Gin a man credit if you want to
start him on do road to de poo'
As it am de roughness of de
grindstun which sharpens do ax, so
it am de trubblcs of life which aige
up de human mind.
Gray ha'rs am entitled to respeck
only when the owners of gray heads
It doan' do 0113 good to light a
caudle arter you have been eatin'
wormy apple's in de dark.
De pussen who judges of de speed
of a mule by his bray mustn't com
plain if everybody passes him on de
De pusson who am neber tempted
desarves no partickler credit fur
oboyin' de law,
De less advice 3'ou gin widout pay
de mo' credit you will receive fur
bcin' ehuch full 0' wisdom.
Men who expect to bo treated jist
as you treat dem will neither slander
nor abuse you.
Between readin a man's character
by his bumps and goin' on a'picnic
wid him, take de picnic.
What we calkerlute on doin' for
to-morrer won't pay de grocer fur
Haters nor do butcher for boup-bone.
De man who aims to elevate his
fellowmen can't be too keerful to
prevent do nuyburs from overhearin'
his fam'ly riots.
Doan' bo too hard on human
natur'. Do man who kin sot down
nn' tell you exactly what dis kentry
needs to make her great and' glorious
may have no ideah whar' his nex'
bar'l of (lour am comin' from.
A religion which can't stand befo'
de sight of a circus pcrceshun or do
sound of a fiddle, am not warf lug-
gin around, do kentry.
People who expect n man to kick
his own dog in case of a light have
got a big surprise laid up fop 'cm.
When 3011 Hatter yerself dat do
majority of people doan' know do
difference between de roar of a lion
an' de bray of an ass you have
struck a banana peel which will
bring yo down kerflop.
Lots of men who would establish
an orfuu asylum if dey had de
money trill beat n wood-sawyer (.town
00 per cent below do goln' price.
Detroit Fi cc Press.
English smacks have been
by the Ficiich authorities at
Wonder if the sea-serpent could
swallow all the stories that are told
Political rings can be spoken of
as trade circles. N. O. Picayune.
It begins to look as though the
earthquake would swallow tho bloody
shirt. Philadelphia Times.
In a telegraph olllce: "That
makes nine words, madamc."
"Then I can send another?" "Cer
tainly." "Well kindly write 'Im
portant' on the envelope." French
On a fust glimpse of the sea:
"Astonishing! Who would have
thought there could bo as much wa
ter as that?" "True; and remem
ber you only sec what's on top."
Tho Waiter's Ready Explanation
"How can you give me such a
dirty napkin as that?"
don, sir; got folded
way, sir. There, sir,
Royal Hawaiian Agricul
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS
Hocicly will be held on THURS
DAY urxl. 31sl inst., at 7:30 p. m., nt
tho Hawaiian Hotel. Per order.
01 3t J. S. WEBB, Secretory.
FOB. SALE, ery cheap, a Small
Horse, biokcn lo Iinnus. and per-
Apply nt this Office.
Ever issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Eeports of Speeches
will be issued from the
At the close of the Session, and will
consist of the reports published
from day to da3 in the Bulle
tin, witli corrections, where neces
sary. The Bulletin Kcports are
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and are
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
8- The Edition will bo limited,
nnd orders should be aent to the
Bulletin Olllce without delay. All
orders received in time will be filled
as soon ns the book is published.
A Splendid Location. Easy Terms.
Desirable Property on Fort St.,
Sat' rday, October
At 12 noon, at my eii1ui'j- in,
I mn Instiucted by MK. M. LOUIS
SON to Bill ia Public Auction, the .well
known property, (either in onii lot or
divided into thrut) Hlimittd 011 Fort and
School SireciH. This Is 01m of the most
Healthy & Centrally Located
Lots for a Residence
of any in tho city of Honolulu. Tim
abovo hhIq nll'erH a good opportunity lor
tlio peimanunt imesiinem of cupitul.
Theie U 11 small (ottuge uu the pro erty
newly bulk unci in good Or del.
Title peiftfct. Deeds at expense nf
purchaser. Terms easy, and made
known at li m oof sale.
PIuu of the property can be seen at
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
09 (It Auctioneer.
IT I" EM mil IT
Look out for Something New and Interest
ing within a Few Days !
Nos. G3 and G5 Fort Street,
HERE WE GOME TO THE FRONT !
lEiiiesst; Ou.jstoiri IWCadLe
CLOTHING km FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to these Islands and which we will sell at the following
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, pcrsiiii $ 2 TO upwards.
100 " " Jersey " ' " "" 00 "
7fi " Men's Finu Business Suit:, per suit o 00 "
75 " " " All Wool " Extra alue,per suit "JOO "
50 " " Kx Fine Black Drcs-- " " " " " 18 00 "
100 " "' Working PanlB, per pair 100, "
Also an Kxira Fine
The CliiiiCM(. mid
100 Dozen Unlauntiiii'd Shirls.-icr piece $ ."0 upwards
10D " Men's Fine Underi-hnts", per piece 50 "
100 " " " V bile I)res Shirts, per piece I S5 "
100 " " All Wool Working Shirl-V '" 150 '
50 " " Straw Hats, per piece 75 "
75 ' Boys, " " "' " 50
We are confident that the c prices will saiisly the mobt exacting.
We only advertise wlutt we menn !
Any uiiHntifnctoi-y article mtiy lie returned nnd the money
will be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Eort & Merchant Streets,
.IUST KEOE1VKD, THE FINEST LINES OF
CusloMiiihi CI0IM1, M' Mnisli Cioofls,
HATS, GAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latent Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and s-jk ciul request, a miull
Obtainable in thu
(Formeily with Samuel Nott'.
Iinitm ixi id JDu(il5i-i in
STOVES, CHADEPBERS, LAMPS,
OHOCKKUY, GLABAliI:, IIOUhH FUKNISIUNG I1AKDWAKK,
AOATI lltON AND TINWAHE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block. - Fort Street.
&& Store formerly ocuipicl liv v. X Tl, f)'oH'.ti Siireckels &. Co.'s Bank -"S
n & 81 Dm street
Ent niueuM troni ICiuj; iiikI Morohuut Bm.
Every di'hciipllinuif work in the above lines performed In a llrnt.clas uinuner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
3T Bell Tekphoni', 107. -a (327 ly) t3T Bell Telepboue, 107.
Line of Men'e aud Boys.'
liewl in tli5 jMnrkel.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
iuoire of the UntH band.made,
Oil Rose Praises,
Dr. E. C. Wr-ST'n Nntrr, aud fliui Tbeat.
HEHT.n tuanuitwd epwlfio for Hjilerln, Uici.
noe. ("onTtllMons. iTila. Nerrnnn Nr-nrulirln.
llondachs. NorvourTotrat,'on, cnnl by tliono
of tilcohol or tobacco, WakefnlneM, Mental D.
trCS4lon. Hnftonlnir nf fhn llraln. t-n.nlHntr In In.
uunty and lrad-nit to mtsetr, decay and tloathl
l'rematuro Old Ak. Harronncn, Loss of l'ii-fp
In cithar ki. Involuntary Loshm and Hpctmntor.
than, cauaxl by oyer-oiottion of tbo brain, nolf.
nbuso. or oTCr-lndulgsuco. Each boi contain .
one month (treatment. 1.00nbox,orW Imiei
for $3.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of pric
WE UUAKANTEn NIX BOXES
To euro any caeo. With each order rece'-rcd by tm
for nil boxes, necompanled with SXU, wo will
aend tho purchaser our written guaranteo to n
fond tbo money if tho treatment docs not effect
a cure. Utuirantoc ieiued only by
"" wlM pr Iht fttav rwrd tor tfty nm ef Urtr CMBpUtat'
I71ptf.l1, fckk 1'nulMlt.lfHllfMtloa. Coe.Uptt'oa or CotUrMM
"""I l wllk W.it'l VtftUMa Utar mil. b " tkff
ItoM W lUlcll J tomf 1W4 .Ilk. Tkr ' putl? tUUt, ul
Mm fall t tfn MU.lMllM. Icr CoWd. Urn Ixitcoi.
Ulalif 19 fill., :t ...U. .r Ml. j ill jmctbu. Batuf if
MUrMli io4 Imlulloo.. n (ragtni mutbetond olr If
I01IN O. WBT CO., Ill in W. UkHxhi St, Ckkufc
Irt ItUI (Mint Mat kz mill prtptU .o ncf lfl if I cut lUap.
UolllHter A. Co..
"Q Om Whol."-alo and Itclnll Agents.
The White House,
Nol 1H Nuunnu Street,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms IteiiHon
able; Flrst-claBs Arcontrnoon'ione.
M. W.SANDEHS, Proprietor.
Store for Hunt, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT da'sirabli- Stoic now occupied
by the I, A DIES' BAZA All, 88 Fort
Rtreet. anil all the Fixture-, GU t'a-c,
&r., for atc. For finlher piirticulars,
enquire 011 'In PtpmiwH. I-tlO
STEAM GAUDY FACTOBY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Paltry Cook nnd Baker.
71 Hotel St. -8I5y Telpphone'71
llnlng vecuicd the Si-rvif e fit"
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
q .ire picpnttd Hi execute all
House or S$in
HONOLULU PLAXING Mil LS.
Inter-Islanfl S. I. Co.,
Tlie JBent Route
to the World Konowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'lliu new m d ft. uieh
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves ''onoliilu al 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY. October 10 .h.
Tho Meinour asc-. nloni; the t'liliie
coast of he U-cwi rd side of IInw.il, af.
fording tourinls a panoraimi "f rliaim
ing scenery, and will slop at Kc:;lnkc.
kua Hay, wheie nllU:ifiit time is allow.
cd to vi-it the Monument of Oa plain
TonriMs by tblsroiite rcirb Punnluu
nt fi o'clock on the duy after leiuing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making tho entire puttnge in
binooth Muter. Al Pumiluu there is tin
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thcie tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Piibulii. thence by utage
coach to llalf.vny Hoiifb, uhere borsn
and uuido. will be in attemlnucc to ion.
vcy them to the Vob uno.
Tonrisls will buvc tun nights nnd on
who'e day at the Volrano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $ 60, which
includes all expemei.
Apply t 11AHKY ARMITAOE,
Agent, ni Willliims' Photogiap'.i Galliry,
Fort Mr e , or ni the ofllci- ot tin- 1. 1. B.
N. ('( K-uliinadc :i?Qf.m
Fistijlates, Bolls ftSDite
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
"1 " ,l' "" ' ' "
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-BnilflmE Sbop
In now udjolnlng the rear of
Lucas' Mill. .
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Oeutpu Month. ''
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor. j