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On TUUHSDAY, May 3, 18S3, at
12 o'clock noon, will bo sold at
public auction at thy front entrance
of Aliiolnni Hule the Hawaiian
steamer "Kuimilon, ' of 198.83 tons
measurement, together with all her
masts, sail?, sail yards, auchots,
cables, boats, engine, boilers, tackle,
apparel, furniture and fittings, as
she now lies in the harbor of
An inventory of the above can be
seen upon application at tho Interior
Upset price $2,000.00.
LOimiN A. THUKSTON,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oilicc, Apiil 17, 1888.
The above Mile is postponed until
MONDAY, May 14th, at the smiii'
hour and place.
LOUKIN A. TIIl'KSTON,
Minister of the Inteiioi.
Interior Oilicc, Apiil 30, 18SS.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Etuulc ol Ciilif ruiu, fe?. 2T.
And thoir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Hunk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohristchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Tcuu3ict u General Banking DusmtA.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Putty,
lint established for the benefit of till.
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1888.
This morning's "Adveitiscr" was
right in its announcement of one of
the divisions of the Liliuokalani
Educational Society holding its
annual meeting at three o'clock this
afternoon; but what followed indi
cated that the writer ol the paia
graph was not well informed respect
ing the Society. For his and the
public enlightenment, wc give two
or three facts: The Society called
by the name just now used, is
divided into two branches; each
branch is independent of each other,
just as independent as two distinct
societies called by different names.
Each branch manages its own af
fairs, collects and disburses funds,
without reference to the other.
Their object is a common one the
education of destitute Hawaiian
girls. The "second division" has,
on occasions, received public assist
ance, through fees of admission to
entertainments, etc. The "first
division," whoso annual meeting the
"Advertiser" referred to, has never,
we believe, received help fioin any
one except its own members. These
pay a regular monthly contribution,
and by the funds thus raised, the
wards of the "division" are school
ed, clothed, etc. Tho funds
are contributed by the society,
the society directs their cxpcndituie,
and every member who attends the
regular meetings knows just how
the money is used.
SUPREME COUPT IN CHAMBERS.
iicroiti: iioi.u, j
Tuk&day, Way 1st.
The case of the Winister of Interior
vs. Estate of Paiiahi Bishop.
Wr. Hartwell for plaintiff ; Messrs.
Neumann and Hatch for defendant.
Wr. llaitwell in opening tho case
stated that this was a question that
involved the ownership of a lurgo
tract of land and also of lands simi
larly situated, and it was not advis
able for a decision to bo arrived at
hastily or under any stress, neither
for the plaintiff nor the defendant.
Wr. Thurston was called and
sworn: Tho defendants claim
ownership in this land, Opu, and
they have possession. Tho land is
not patented, awarded, or gi tinted
by any one,nor is it on record. They
have informed me by letter why
they claim tho land. They claim
tho estato by being heirs of Ka
mehameha V. and not by any title.
The letter to which I refer was from
Wr. Bishop in behalf of tho trus-
tees after thnt thoro was a demand
mndo on tho trustees for the land.
(Tho whole correspondence was
l'rof. Alexander was called and
snoin: I am Surveyor-General.
Have been such since 1871. 1 havo
mado it my duty to ascertain what
lands are and are not under Govern
ment Patents, jirants and leases. I
am acquainted with this land Opu.
I surveyed tho land, first for Gov.
DominU when ho was executor of;
the estate of Kamehameha V. in
1873. (Shown a tracing). Said it
was a copy of the originnl map
given to Gov. Dominis. The survey
was carefully mado and the notes
of survey carefully computed,
(Shown a map). This is a copy
kept in our olllce and includes the
whole of CJpn. I think Gov. Domi
nis has the first map that 1 made of
the survey.' The boundary was cer
tilkd to by Judge McCully, whoas
then commissioner of boundaries.
This land has not been patented,
awarded or granted.
Cross examined: I don't know
wlicic the map is fiom which that
tiaeihg was made. I have lost the
run of it. There is a map of the
estate of John li, showing the whole
Judge McCully sworn: (Shown a
tracing.) I was ti boundary com
missioner for Oaliu in 1874. My cus
tom was to wiite a certificate on the
map and 1 signed this. I certified
to the boundaries of Opu. You will
find in the book of lecords a copy
of the survey, that is, the field notes.
Hook brought into Court and Jmlgo
McCully read the iccord there tians
scribed in which it states that Prof.
Alexander on behalf of tho estate of
Kaniehameha V. made application
for tho settlement ol the boun
dary of Opu, or Makiki, on the
!Mi July, 1871. This is my sig
nature on the tracing. The peti
tion for the settlement of the boun
daries of the Ahupwm of Makiki'
by Gov. Dominis as land commis
si'onc. was filed in November 1808. I
understood that the claim of Gov.
Dominis was made on behalf of the
estate of Kainehanieha.
By the Court: It puzzles me how
the application was first made by
Gov. Dominis as a land commis
sioner, and later as administrator of
the estate of Kamehameha.
Mr. Hartwell explained that the
first application was made during
the life of Kamehameha and the 2d
after his death. There was no oppo
sition on the part of the Govern
ment. Mr. Damon sworn : The only other
map that I know of is now in the
possession of Mis. C. A. Brown.
"We have no paper title to the land
of Opu, only on decent.
Cross examined : 1 rom my know
ledge, and what 1 have been told
the land was in possession of the
relatives of Kaniehameha before
land awards were granted.
Mr. llaitwell admitted that the
defendants and those under whom
they claim possession had possession
and occupied the land since the time
of the conquest by Kamehameha I.
Mr. Alexander recalled (shown a
paper) stated that it was a memo
randum of Government grants of
unassigned lands; it was made up
from the Government records. It is
correct so far as I know.
Counsel for defense objected to
having it filed as evidence.
Mr. Hartwell stated that if the
counsel objected he would produce
tho original grants if it took a week
to go through them.
This led to an argument for and
against this paper as evidence.
The Court oven tiled the objection
and allowed the memorandum as
Mr. Hartwell stated that the
memorandum included grants made
from 1852 to 1880.
The opposite counsel objected
and asked that any act of the Kings
other than Kamehameha V. be ex
cluded. The Court allowed memoranda of
any giants made by the Kameha
mchas, but none since their death.
Piof. Alexander: In 1817 theie
was a Government lease of this
land. Copy of lease produced. It
was recorded. This was before the
division of lands between the King
and Government, and the King and
llccess until 1 :!)0 i si.
An event of the most momentous
importance to two persons, of special
concern to iiiimeions relatives, and
of lively interest to a great many
fi lends, occurred yesterday, in Hono
lulu. The two persons alluded to
arc Mr, John Dow sett, nephew to
Hon. J. 1. Dow sett, Ken., and Wiss
Wilhelniina Widemann, daughter of
Hon. II. A. Widcnitum; the event,
the union of these two in the bonds
Tho matrimonial ceremony was
performed at II ;!J0 o'clock, in St.
Andrew's Cathedral, by tho Ilov.
Alex. Wnckiutosh. The cathedial
was piofusoly and appiopiiately
decorated with flowers and gieenery
for the occasion.
The bride, elegantly attired, en
tcied leaning 011 her father's arm,
and attended by Wiss Bcrnico Paike,
Miss Dora Dowsett, and Miss Alvina
"Widemann, while tho organ, at the
touch of Wr. "Wray Taylor, pealed
foi th a wedding march. Tho biide
groom was accompanied by Wr. II.
W. Whitney, Jun., Mr. Carl "Wide
mann, and Wr, C, J. Deering.
Tho church was filled with inter
ested fcpectators, the relatives and
frlonds of the wedding oouplo. Tho
ceremony ended, the party rctiied,
while the 01 gnu again sounded an
From 12 o'clock to 3 v. si. tho
nowly-wcddcd pair received callers
and 'their congiatulations, at tho
residence of tho bride's paronts,
Hotel street. Here the profusion of
flowers, symbols of peace and hap
piness, provided and at ranged
by skilful hands prompted by loving
hcaits, wns enchanting. So numer
ous arc the friends and wcll-wishen
of the newly-married couple, that
from noon to three o'clock llieie was
an almost constant stieam of con
gratulations pouring in upon them.
The King and Queen, Princess Liliu
okalani, Princess Kaiulani, Governor
Dominis, and Hon. A. S. Clegliorn
were unions tilts visitors. In fact,
half the town was thi'ic, to piesent
good wishes to bride and bride
groom, and to show esteem to two
of Honolulu's oldest and most ic
speetcd families the Dowsctts and
tho "Widemnnn which arc united
by this inter-marriage.
It is almost needless to -odd that
presents of every conceivable kind
came in from every quaiter, and that
Piofessor Merger and his band svcie
there to make the atmosphctc redo
lent with sweet sounds.
The Ih 1.1.1:1 in coulially joins in
the many and sincere wishes for the
happiness and welfaio of the two
young people who yesterday joined
heai Is and hands for the journey of
Late Foreiffli its.
Minister Phelps arrived in New
Yoik April 13th.
A leiriblc forest lire is raging
near Falmouth, Mass.
Allison's fiiends arc making a
strong fight to scenic him for the
nomination of President.
Dr. C. P. Agnew, one of ex-Senator
Conklin's physicians, died on
It is lumorcd that Winister Plielps
will be appointed Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court.
Boseoe Colliding, cx-Unilcd States
Senator, died at 1 :50 o'clock a. ji.
April 18th. The funeral services
were held in Calvary Chapel, Utica,
A disastrous fire occurred at Palo
Alto, in which Senator Stanford lost
seven valuable animals, one of
which Noilaine, was valued at
Ciook's appointment as Major
General has been confirmed.
The House Committee of Manu
facturers have lesumcd the inquiry
into the subject of trusts. Evidence
was submitted that the Pensylvania
and other loads had been guilty of
discriminating, by which the Stand
ard Oil Co. had maintained a
Theie is no prospect of a satis
factory limitation to the debate on
the tin iff question.
Senator Stanford slated 1o an
associate press icportcr that he was
not a candidate for the presidency.
Dispatches from Berlin, dated
April 23, state that Emperor Fied
erick of Germany has slightly im
pioved in health. His fever was
low. The discharge from his
tin oat was copious and the swelling
of the glands had deci cased. April
21tli, still improving.
'Ihe Hawaiian bark Kalakaua has
arrived at San Francisco from Hong
kong after a trip of 113 days, in
cluding detention at Waniia for re
pairs. She has made a good run of
.08 days f 10111 Waniia. There are
now no vessels on the way from
Hongkong, though two ships were
loading there for j Frico at last
Reports of great destruction of
life and property by the Yunnan
Japan earthquake are confirmed.
The Japan Herald reports a case
of puacy by Mate Forbes of the
Amciieau schooner Wercid. The
vessel left Yokohama January 1st on
a voyage to Guam. On aniving
there, while the Captain was ashore,
Forbes drove two ol the crew over
born d, and with the rc-t of the men
ran away with the schooner. Noth
ing has yet been lieaid of her.
When experienced navigators,
familiar with tho coasts of the
Straits of Formosa, learned of the
stranding of tho steamship San Pa
blo, near tho Turnabout I-Jghl, last
week, they expressed little hope
thnt the vessel could be saved. TI10
coast is very rocky anil dangerous
and tho strong monsoons that blow
from the south at this time of the
year stir tho waters of tho straits
into a heavy sea. Fcais regaiding
the vesbel were confirmed to-day,
when this cablegram camo to her
owners, tho Occidental and Oriental
Company, in this city, fiom Chas.
llnrmau, the resident agent of
tho lino at Hongkong:
Shanghai, April 23d,
San Pablo a total wreck-. Peed
and crew in Shanghai. No lives
COAL IS MICH
And (-cared, hind wood Miod into
Htovo length. For b.ilo in uanlity
to bitit nt low jnict'B by T. .1. KiiiR,
ut the Union Feed Co,, (Jueon Mi cut.
"May I ask you a question, IWbs
Dora?" he ilcnmiuled, with a deep
meaning in his voice. "You may,
Adams, "she replied wcaiily; "but
if it's tho saino ono you afeked Lulu
Cahleno last week it may interest
you lo know that Lulu mill 1 uio
both in tlio Mntihnoninl Tnibt this
year, and tho combination, is holding
together &o far."
Landlord (to now boarder) You
will find a basin of water and soap
out there. Visitor (furiously) Do
you 111 can to insult me? No, no,
'sir. I didn't know you 1110 an an
archist. THE OLDEST DAILY l tho
JL Kingdom " Iho Dally Bulletin."
50 cents per mouth.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-F h7
JL Dally llulloltii 5H cm nor tumuli,
IAILYBULLEtTnSU M NIARY
. ' -10 cnltimnt. () iwr immn
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN h-mbe
JL largest i'ircnlnHn ul any jmncr
piintid In this Kintjdoin fO onus .r
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
A. mlverli'o in the lUll.v Ull.u:Tls
THE BEST PAPER i- Mio-uil
JL lor It the "Dm , lliiwenu." 50
reals per month.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
J. "The D.illv Bulletin." SO etim
"(jr.SSRS. Julius H.itinir nnil Hehirlch
LtjL Hmjei uro admitted as pattners
into our firm.
P. A. SC11AEFEH & CO.
Honolulu, May 1, lss-8. , ill lw
Per S. S Australia,
! I m ueayer h
11. S. XOIFS, EV.'stwrietor.
Shooting Cillery Piemfccs,
Fort street, will bo opened
on 31ay 1st, .is a
Cr&'"Ico House Fruits will bo received
by every tteamer trom the Coast. A
full assortment of lluwaiian Fruits will
also he on sale. 30 lit
FOB SAN FIIANC1SCO,
The Al Steamship
"Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Rfiay 8th,
For Fieight or P.is-.ig;, apply to
WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents,
A fresh lot of tliiH ci luur.Uod In and of
Champagne, jul landed ex Uri.
lisli bark "Xatuna,"
For Sale in Quarts and Pints
At California Prices.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
WISHES n poHllion 4S Ladles' Nurse,
or will act as Companion to an
invalid lady going to San Francisco.
Apply to Huluvhn Olllce. 2H at
THE icgular quaiterly meeting of the
1'arllln Hardware Co., (Mmiled),
will bo held nt their olllce, on THUKS.
DAY, May li, 1RB, al 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. G. SI'ENCEIt,
28 lw Secictaiy.
"VrOTICE is hciehy ghcu that Wan
i. Chip holds full power ol attorney
to act In all biitlno.s liaiuactlons of the
llrmof AVIng On Wo it; Co., and is au.
thoiUcd nUo to sign Mild ih m name by
WING ON WO & CO.,
by ('. Cheung I'ing.
Honolulu, Api 11 IB, 1888. 21 2w
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
CREDIT SALE !
ON LIBERAT TERMS.
By order of Messrs. Then. IT. Davie
it Co.. (on iifcmint of vacating premises
for lcuulUUnO. I will foil at Public
Auction, at my S.ileroom, coiner of
Tort unci Queui stroots,
On MONDAY and TUESDAY,
Mny "Till nutl SMi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
v A Kino Assortment of-"-
New and Desirable Goods !
Va ttcccnt Arrival' Consisting in
part us follows:
Dry Goods ! (tileries !
Cfocltery Ss G-ljixN-wnr-e I
Blanket", Liverpool Silt, HmUdwarc,
TVhito Juul Brown Cottons!
Prints. Tuilois1 Good?,
Drills 1 Silk Handkerchiefs 1
Woolen and Cotton HriwN,
Perfumery, Neckties, Laces, Ribbons,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
toe 11, 1
Races to Commenco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
Fiee for all.
-i Mile Dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
KUXNING KAOE 1 lile Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses owned
by meinbeis of the Jockey Club.
Cup to bcconin the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TKOTTIXG JtACi: For Hawaiian
biud liois.cb only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 in 3.
3JUXN1XG HACK 14 Mile Dah.
Fiee for all.
5th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TKOTT1NG and PACIXG EAOE
Jilile Jleats, best 3 in C. Fice for
all. All hories having a iceord of
2 :30 or better to go to wagou.
ltUXXLXG JtACi: ? Mile Dash.
Ujicu lo an o-yeiir oiu uuwniiuii
bred hoises only.
7th-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
tUXXJXG HACK 1 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. Winner to beat the ic
eoid of "Angle A," 1:-154. To be
inn for annually.
8th-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
KUXXIXG KACK-4 Mile Heats,
best 2 in !). Hawaiian hied horses.
Cup to becomo the piopcity of the
i inner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SWKUI'STAKIS TJtO'iTIXG and
J'ACIXG JtACK Mile Heats, best
2 in a. Fiee for all hoises that
haw not a iccord of 3 minutes or
better tobediiven In Fialer local
eai tb by members of the Club.
10lh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
JtUXXIXG HACK 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian hied hoises only.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies J-1-haiids or
under, and 3-ycar old or over.
THE STOCK OF
Wines, Ales, mil Hints,
Belonging to the undersigned, will bo
Very Low Prices
Dm In;; the mouth of May, 1889, and all
parties wishing to biipply tliem.
(.elves, will do well to call and
examine the Goods beforo
"JClie GOODS muni l)c wold
And embrace the Best Assortment of
Good Family Articles, that can be
found In this city.
At BROWN k C0.'s Store,
No. H Merchant Street.
AI.FX. J. OAHTWHIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Drown & Co.
Honolulu, April 28, 1888. 28 lin
Aiictiou Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION HALE Ol1
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31.,
Atllio resilience ot Sir. V. bteccmnnn,
KinriU stiect, adjoining the miuenco of
lion. W. H. Cistlc, I -will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of departure),
The Entire Housoh'd Furniture,
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Ferns & Decorated Flower Pott,
Vienna Kasy Clialra, Vienna Sorn,
I Carvod B.W. Morblotop C. Tablo
1 Carpet Plush IMtent itocker,
Ij'iige Velvet Center A; Sofa Hugs',
Ouo UXXCICJJi'JC PIANO,
(h. Ncufcld, llcilin, liinkctj,
Drawing room Curtains is Pole.
1 Corner Whatnot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Dusk,
Pendant IlnimhiH J.nmp-i, Kanuy
Camp Stools, Eufjfr.iviuya & Pleiuus,
Caryed B. W. Karbletop Bedroom Set,
M Utra'.KuP, 3lou.ulto Wet, 1 Fiench
Walnut Ward i olio, 1 Blnuk Walnut
Wardrolx, 1 Eb-ciut B. U. Maible.
lop Sidebnaid, I Black Walnut I!.
tunsi"ti Tibie, Dinlng.ioom Clialrs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 ltefrlgci.ttoi, 1 Uncle Sam Itauge.
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I California Carrlago Horse,
I Black Maro, broken to Saddle & Harness,
1 Top Buggy,
Sot of Harness, Saddle, Etc., Etc., Etc.
fSy'PreiniHisi open for inspection on
TUKSDAY, May 1st, from 9 o'clock
A. W. to y l'. M.
JAS. F. MOltGAJf,
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
.."ftomey at 2Lavv.
Office, : No. 9 Kaahumanu street.
74 Kins st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO REFIT.
Has just received ex.Australia a vory
u m'Jtomc assortment ot all mo
In the jlfiillinery fiiiic, such as
Hals, Rloiis, MM,
Ornamonts, &c, &o.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
I? 3L.UBIE s
09J IMrecl l'roju Kurope. 1m
Uencrnl Mlillll"K Aucitcy null l'or
elK" I'ui'felH i:preHH.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc.,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
0. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in any countri.
3-Tai'IflH of Hut cm on Apiilliuitlou-Uo
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
09 !iS Merchant Street. tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
a"IIE undersigned give notico that
. they havo been appointed Assignees
of Drown & Co., merchants, of Hono.
All persons having any claims against
the said firm whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, aro notified to pre.
ficnt the sumo to the Assignees, within
three mouths from April 2!)rd instant.
All persons Indebted to Messrs. Drown
& Co nie requested to malic immediate
payment to Drown & Co. or tho
A. J. OAllTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Drown & Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, 21, 1838. 231m
"VTOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my w ritten order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 23 tf
74 King st. -Jmi
Ol Sun ITruiiolnco.
Snmplo packages of tbe following Meals
inayl,chail of Gonalc9 & Co.
froo of charge :
Germea, Eye Meal,
Gtannliitcil Out 3ZenI,
Sell. raising Pearled Corn Meal,
" ' Buckwheat Hour,
" " Broakfast Cnko Meal,
" " Cream Graliam Flour,
" " Breakfast Whoal,
Cream FBake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del mil Family Flour.
SALVES & CO..
'! Ktt'lWt. lxv
Willie Bros.' Port. dmnt.
Coal .Tar, Stockliolm Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
roit saxit: kv -
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Australian lull Service.
FK SAW 3FI5AKCIC;,
Tho now and flue Al Btecl steamship
Of the Oceanic SteamsJiip Company, will
be due at Honolulu horn Sydney
and Auckluud on or about
tVlay 6, i 888.
And will leave for the above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
b'or licight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
VOL G. IRWIN & CO., AgentSi
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and line Alstee,Bteamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Rflay 10, 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having BU
PERIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WH. G. IRWIN & CO.. Aprents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo despatched by
this Lino for Honolulu, to leave
New York in nil May.
For furthei lnfoimatlon apply to
W. H. CROSSMAN & BH0.,
77 & 71) Broad Strcot,
CASTLE & COOKE,
RubMsli! Rubbish! Rubbish!
rTHE undersigned having been in tho
JL business for tho past 15 months,
and now holng appointed by tho Hoard
of Health as liuhhish Collector. I
hen by whh to thank tho nuhllo lor
there llliird patronage, hoping aeon,
tinunnce f tho samo with n moro ex.
tended list of customers. I shall as
heretofore have my rubbish caits go on
each street whero required three times
each week, except in very rainy weather
then two tluuM each week. After this
month euch cuit will carry a hell to
announce its appearance on tho street,
that no one will havo an excuse for not
setting milt their dirt.
CKjrl'rlces na heretofore: Ordinary
Houbo llubblsh and Ynrd Sweepings,
50 rents, 75 cents and 1.00 per month,
if put in containers.
The abovo prices orranged according
to tho amount of rubbish laken away.
Trio Trimmings and HorBe Litter
will be charged extra.
Horses, Dulloeks, Hogs and Dogs will
bo buried at reasonable rates.
N. F. BURGESS.
1. S. Anyone knowing of ono who
Is required to have their rubbish re
moved, who U not able to pay tho tax,
If tho paity or parties will let ino know
I will do their carting froo of charge.
N. F. B.,