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HONOLULU GAnniACE CO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
btreet. Telephones, 335.
MONDAY, NOV. C, .1888.
Stmr Jos Mnkcc from Kapna
Strur Walalcalo from Knual
Stuir Klnnu from Hawaii niitl Maul
Stmr Mlkaliala from Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl from Hamnkun
Stmr Lehua from Huinakiia
Schr Rainbow f rom Koolau
Schr Canute from Ilanalel
Stmr Llkcllke for Kalmlul and way
ports at 6 p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr Kuala for Wnlanne and Widalua at
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluau for Iltlo and way ports at
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauai at G p m
Bkt Amelia for Port Townsend
VESSELS Hi PORT.
USH Brooklyn, Wilson
BkOO Whltmore, Ward
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
HUMS Cormorant, Jasper Kicolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Strover
USS Alert, Grabain
Bktnc Amelia, Newball
Bk WB Godfrey, Dabel
GARCDES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kluau 1,115 bags sugar, 115 bags
spuds, 59 bags corn, 150 bdls bides,
G horses, aud 140 pkgs sundries.
Mikabala 1,255 bags sugar, 20 bags of
rice, 14 bides aud 2 horses.
Jas Makco 200 bags rice.
Walaleale 40 bags rice.
Iwalanl 2,250 bags sugar.
Lehua 30 head of cattle.
From windward ports per stmr Kl
uau, Nov 4 V W Goodale, I Bishop,
Kwong Wo Kee, Hon Sam Parker and
vife, bam Macy, Miss Mary Low, F H
.Austin, G O Aklna, Sam Kalalau, Major
W 11 Cornwell, 11 Kuihelanl, E Blelen
Jierg, If llnlbert, A T Atkinson,
J F Brown and wife, I Wolters and
-urife, W Heine, wife and 3 children, aud
From Kauai aud Nlihau per stmr
Mlkaliala, Nov 4 A Brown .and wife,
"Kov O K Nugent, aud wife,J Thompson,
;v c Dart, C Hedemann, J Katsura, M
AuC'ana and 37 deck.
Fron" Kauai per stmr Waialeale, Nov
4 E Ma Cae wlfe child and nurse, aud
' S deck-
SHIPPING NOTES. -The
steamer. W ( Hall, beat the
steamer Iwalani'Jii the raJPO from Hono
lulu to Lahalna, Tuesday, i.V 20 min
utes. .ii nil i .hi 111.111111.1 i m. 1 1 - ! tmXB&aEJ
GLADE In this city, Nov. 3, to the
wife of II. F. Glade, a sou.
COWAN At llainakuapoko, Maui,
Oct. 28th, to the wife of James Cowan,
VIVAS In Honolulu, October 31st,
to the wife of J. M. Vivas, a son.
DEBHA At Kapalama, Honolulu,
November 2d. .Mrs. Laika Desha, con
sort of the lute Kentucky Langhern
Desha, mid beloved mother of Rev.
btephen L. Desha, George L. Desha
and Mrs. Miriam Keau, aged about CO
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Billiard and pool tables are offered
The ''Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will be out to-morrow.
Cornwell are in
and W. H.
Novembeii lGth is the King's birth
day. Will there be a regatta?
There was n very small attendance
at the concert in the basement ef the
Kaumakapili church Saturday even
ing. There was a very heavy freshet at
the stream, Hanalci, Kauai, last
Monday. Considerable damage was
The appointmont of J. C, Whito
as Firo Marshal has been officially
announced by the Chief Engineer
of the Firo Department.
Gait. Hopkins camo across a
Chinaman Sunday, enjoying a quiot
amoko of opium in tho Chincso
Theatie. He was arrested.
A native on horseback collided
with a hack Sunday evening, and re
ceived a nasty wound on tho left leg.
Ho was taken to tho Queen's Hospi
tal and is doing well.
The temperance meeting for men
in Brewer's block Saturday evoning,
was well attended. Tho meeting was
addressed by ltpvs. Geo. Wallace, Dr.
Beckwith and others.
During the last voyago of tho
Aldon Besse, Capt. Cousins, from
British Columbia to Kahului, a sea
man named J. A. Lockwood was
washed overboard and lost during a
A Portuouesk charged with drunk
enness this morning was askd what
lie had to say. "I only took five
glasses your Honor, and then the
policeman arrested me," was tho
The following are registered ut tho
Hawaiian Hotel; E. Macfio and
iamily, Kilauea, Kauai; Walter O.
.Dart, Hauamaulu, Kauai ; Vm. H.
ornwell, Waikapu, Maui; E. A.
Sielenberg, Wailukuj H, Bishop, Jr.,
ANOIHfctt engagement, Mi and Vi
Some flvo Durham and Jersey doWrt
aro offered for sale.
A suite of rooms centrally located
nro advertised to lot.
Chief Justice Judd presides at
Chambers this week.
Have patience and you will hear
part of Pationco tho latter end of this
Cait. Felhbehr has
every store in tho city
Tiikre is a capital programme for
the band concert at Emma, Square
this evening. ,
On Thursday next Mr. J. F. Mor
gon will sell at public auction the
contents at the store of G. West it
Co., Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
The polls at Hewett's Bloro for the
Presidential election to-morrow open
nt 0 a. m. nnd close at 5 p. m. All
male residents of Honolulu, not
minors can voto. You can register
as you vote.
To intending investors nnd those
who contemplate insuring their lives,
attention is called to the advertise
ment of tho Mutual Life Insuranco
Company of Now York which appears
in this issue.
The Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, Presi
dent of tho Board of Education
evidently takes a deep interest in tho
educational matters of the Kingdom,
as ho spends a largo portion of nearly
overy day in tho Education office.
It is reported that owing to tho
late rains the Pali road, from where
the macudamiscd part ends, is in
very bad condition ull the way to the
Pali. Traffic is said to bo much re
tarded, and tho mud is unusually
His Majesty the King paid a visit
to tho U. S. S. Brooklyn this morn
ing aud was received with tho usual
honors. His Majesty- was attended
by Mr. Jas. W. Robertson, Vico
Chamberlain and Majors J. D. Holt
and 11. F. Bertclmann.
The officers of the Honolulu Typo
graphical Union No. 37 for the en
suing six months, elected at a moot
ing held Saturday evening aro:
President W. M. Pomroy
Vice-President J. J. Williams
Secretary J. J. Greeno
Treasurer W. S. Brash
EVENTS THIS EVEtllNC.
Band concert at'Emma Square, nt
Harmony-Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
at 7 :;S0. ' ,
The Hawaiian Band will give a.
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: iart r.
Overture Italian Rossini
Finale Stradella (by request).. Flotow
Fantasia Mill In the Forest.-Eilenber''
Selection Attila Verdi
Mlklol, Malama, Nowclo.
Selection Patience (by request) . ..
Waltz The Mikado (by request) . . .
Lancers The Mikado (by request)
On Saturday evening Mr. Tnro
Ando, Japanese Consul, held an in
formal reception at his residence
Nuuanu Avenue in honor of the
thirty-sixth birthday anniversary of
the Emperor of Japan. Quite a
large number of the friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Ando were present and the
affair passed off very pleasantly.
The front of the house was decor
ated with colored lanterns,
NOTES BY THE KINAU.
Purser Geo. C. Beckley of the
Kinau reports as follows: Laupa
hoehoe upper mill and Union Mill,
Kbhala, have commenced grinding ;
tlTe Kinau brought sugar from tho
first crop at the Union Mill; the
Hawi Mill commences grinding this
week ; plenty of rain from Hile to
Kehala ; a cargo of coal arrived at
Mahukona on the Waimalu. New
sugar storehouses are being built at
Mahukona, to hold about 2,600 tons ;
next month sugar will be shipped
direct from Mahukona to San
The law reads, that a storekeeper
shall not keep at one time more than
1 case of napthn, I case of benzol
nor more than 10 cases of petroleum,
kerosene oil, or an oil which Hip
component part is petroleum, naptha
or spirits of turpentine. On Satur
day Marshal Sopcr and Captain
Hopkins viBited a numbor of Chi
nese stores to see if there was any
violation of this law. In one store
they found 40 cases and in another
25. The cases abovo those allowed
by law were all marked ready for
shipment in each instance and were
only on tho premises awaiting to be
token to the steamers. Under these
circumstances and as these wero the
first cases of this kind, there will
probably bo no prosecution. It
should though, net as u warning.
An Englishman wtro has been
travelling in this country says that
nil the men worship the golden calf,
and nil the women worship tho
golden rod. J"N. Y. Tribune.
FATAL ACniDENf AT WAIMEA.
On Wednesday) October 24th,
Thomas Llndsey ft boy eighteen
years of age, sou of Wm. Lindsoy
of Walmea, Hawaii, was chasing a
wild bull on Mr. Holmes ranch,
when IiIb horso struck a single rock
bedded ir tho sand, throning tho
boy off. Sometime after he was
found in au insensible condition with
his skull badly fractured. Modical
aid was suinmoned,but nothing could
bo done for tho unfortunate boy. Ho
lived until Sunday the 28th nt 10
o'clock. It is not known whether
he struck his head in falling or the
horso kicked him. When the sad
accident become known people
Hocked from llamakua, Kohala and
Kona to the residenco of tho boy's
parents to extend their sympathy.
The deceased was the star of the
Waimea cattle hunter.
APPEAL TO VOTERS.
To those desirous of casting their
votes to-morrow, ns an evidence of
their choice for President of tho
United States of America, I would
make this appeal.
Without taking up space or time
with a retrospective glance nt Amer
ican politics, I would beg all patriotic
Americans' to remember there was a
time when it was not necessary for an
Araorican candidate on any ticket to
cater to any class of foreigners for
their suffrages ; and I think in view
of the degrading position in which
both parties are placed by making
bids for, as they have, tho Scandi
navian vote of tho North West, the
German vote, the Irish vote, and in
point of 'fact the vote of all classes
except the- American vote, that the
time has arrived to show that tho
politics of our country should be
carried on on the broad principles of
Americanism, without respect to tho
vote of any class, as a class.' Hold
ing these views, and believing that
all Americans in their hearts agree
with me, I request a vote from each
and all for the nominees of the
For President W. L. Curtis
P. P. Wiggington
o DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS.
There will be a distribution of
plants at the Government Nursery,
next week. Orders for them will be
issued at Hon. A. Jaeger's oiiico on
Monday and Tuesday, the 12th and
13th. Following is a list of plants
to be distributed :
Custard apple, new from Mexico.
Malay cherry, new from Java.
Acacia catachu and kuhi, new
Cassia ilorida. ,
Citonia, new from India.
Poinciano, Empress of India, new.
Moringa, which' yields the cele
brated oil of Ben.
Date and sugar palms.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
I1KVOKE DOLE, J.
Monday, Nov. 5th.
William R. Chilton and Henry
Bradley vs. Lorrin A. Thurston.
Petition for writ of mandamus.
Hearing ordered by Mr. Justice
Dole on OcX. 30, 1888, for respon
dent to show cause why a retail
liquor license should not be issued
by him to petitioners. Respondent
interposing a demurer, same is
argued and decision reserved there
on. A. S. HartweU and C. Brown
for petitioners ; Attorney-General
C. W. Ashford for respondent.
In re bankruptcy of Raposa &
Co. of Makapaia, Kauai. Petition
of J. G. Fnria of Honolulu, Oahu,
to have them adjudged bankrupts.
Ratum Day, Respondents fllo answer
and upon their oral motion for a
hearing this date, 1 :30 p. in. is ap
pointed as the time. V. V. Ashford
for petitioner ; P. Neumann for res
Monday, Nov. 5th.
Fourteen drunks contributed $84
to tho treasury.
Manuel Forreira was fined $10 for
furious and heedless driving, and
$0.20 for drunkenness.
Awa, for having opium in posses
sion was fined $50 and sent on the
reef for ten days.
Kama), charged with assault and
battery on a wahine, was fined $10.
MuroTprae, a Jap, wjjuj fined $10
for assault and Jiatlery on Mrs.
Ah Fat, for selling pork on a Sun
day after 9 a. m., was fined $10.
Ah Sai alias Ah On, was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
threp months, for larceny of napkins,
bathing towels, glass, dishes, etc.,
the propert' of II. R. Maefarjnne,
Ah Sing, for being In tho posses
sion of opium unlawfully, was fined
$50 with twenty-four hours imprison
ment. Ah Sen, was charged with soiling
goods of foreign product without a
license. Fiued $10 and sentenced
to 20 days imprisonment.
THE ONLY PAPER rmd by all
classes "Tho Dally Bulletin." 60
cents per month.
THE ELECTION TO-MORROW.
'1 he election to-morrow promises
to bo nn exciting contest for one
that has no bearing upon tho result
of the nctunl election. At Howell's
store all persons may vote of what
ever country, whilo at Graenhalgh's
store only American citizens (cither
American born or naturalized), and
their adult sons or grandsons, such
as would be allowed to voto wcro
they in the Unitod Stales will be al
lowed to deposit a. ballot in the
American box, while another box
will be provided for all other citizens
of Honolulu who desire to vote. At
the count these will be kept separate
and each recorded, thus giving a
chance to moro thoroughly nnalyso
On board the U. S. S. Brooklyn
and the U. S. S. Alert tho officers
and men will cast their votes, and
the results will be added to tlioso nt
Mr. Graenhalgh's bookstore.
To mako matters more interesting
the polling-place at corner of Fort
aud Hotel streets, will bo designated
ns District No. 1, thaton the Brook
lyn as District No.2 and the Alert
District No. 3.
Several members of the American
Committee have requested Mr.
Grncnhalgh to allow them to use
tho large comer store of Ilotal and
Fort streets, to hold a meeting to
night,and as holms doneso the 'boys
will whoop her up" to-night at 7:30
p. m. Both Republican and Demo
cratic speakers will be present and
address the meeting, and will dis
cuss tho issues of the election. As
they will be limited as to time any
ono else can speak who desires so to
do. Let them have a good attend
ance and revive the old memories of
previous years and home associa
tions. The main polling-pluco will be at
Graenhalgh's book-store, and the
polls will be open from C a. in. to 6
p. m. to-morrow. The vote will bo
counted by inspectors and judges to
Mr. J. J. Egan and Mr
Abies, of tho committee,
done a great amount of
during tho past few weeks,
hare prepared ballots and
and in conjunction with others of
the committee have made complete
The Minister of tho Interior has
kindly alloYcd tho committee to use
Government ballot-boxes for the oc
casion. Much misunderstanding has been
created bj' the registration of vot
ers. The fact is that in order to
lighten tho labors of the clerks, all
were desired to register who could
do so, but any one can vote by giv
ing his name and plnco where ha
would vote in the Unitod States dur
ing the day of eleution.
A box will be placed near the bal
lot box by the Library nnd Reading
Room Association, and any one so
disposed can drop therein some re
minder to assist the institution, and
it is hoped that ns usual the great
big heart of Brother Jonathan will
be in the right place.
NOTES AND OPINIONS.
London physicians report GOO
cases of sore throat caused by
cigarette smoking. It requires a
good deal of self-denial for a physi
cian to speak ill of tho cigarette
habit. Boston Transcript.
Every boy or girl, no matter how
comfortably they may be surround
ed, should at least learn to do one
thing so perfectly that he or she can
rely on it as an unfailing resource in
case of need.
Tho age at which most suicides
take place in this country is thirty
five. It would seem that in oarly
middle life the disappointed hopes
arc most keen and the effects of an
ill-spent youth most disastrous. At
thirty-five many Americans feel the
wearisoraeness of old ago.
Worcester, Mass., is interested in
n poster of 1828, giving the pros
pectus of the local cattle show of
that year, and notes with si surprise
that can be gathered from tho ex
pression of its eyes, that sixty years
ago there was no horso trot for tho
delectation of agriculturalists'.
IN a nice
grounds, two Hiiltcs of Fur
nished Rooms, with hath and dress
ing rooms, Eiiitnblc (or housekeeping,
anil jf wanted au additional room can
be udd'ed to either, Alfi a Cottage,
with bath, stahlu nnd currlnge room.
Address V, O. Box 500. 77 lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
'piIE following ofllcera were chosen
X for the eiiBtilng year, nt tke annual
meeting of the Kolmla Sugar Co. held
in Honolulu, October 29, 188S:
President S. O.Allen,
Vice-President. .Hon. J. llott Smith,
Treasurer. ....... Don. U. N. Custlo,
Secretary lion. J. IJ. Atherlon,
Auditor... f C. M. Cooke.
J. B. ATIUSKTOX,
Honolulu, October 81, 188S'. 85 lw
ELECTION of OFFIOEKS.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the HalUu Kiifar Co. held In
Honolulu, October 0,1838, the follow
lug ofllcers wcro elected for thp ensuing
President lion- H. P. IlaMwIo,
VieePreeideni...lfnn. S. l. lianinn,
Treasurer...... ..lion. H. N. Outle,
Secretary Hon. J. li. Alutrton,
Auditor ,E. W. Petersen.
J. IJ. ATHEKTON,
II nolulu, October num. B51w
THE ONLY LIVE
JL Honolulu "TllO
60 oeuU per month.
ik'oUetlUtMtrUU html are thargtd 16 ctnU
per lint A? thtflrtt insertion, anil S ctnltptr line
ttcry additional iniertien.
VAN'S BOAT BTJlLbjNa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
CHANCE for Investment All tho
furniture nnd fixings for a lodging
houeo of 25 to 80 rooms. Also tho lease
ofnl7.toomed lodging boune, In a fine
locality. Rent very low. Leaso 8'
years louder to run. Enquire at this
olllce. 74 Ct
Mrs. J. D. STRONG,
TEACI1KH of Object Drawing and
Sketching from Naturo, would
llko to rcelvo n few more pupils nt
No. 40 Emma strtct. Teaching young
children a specialty. 35 lw
For Sale Cheap.
In Cord Wood or Stove Wood Lengths
85 Queen Btrcnt. lm
In First.ClnES Style, by Experi.
6? By Hand GlipporM "S
At tho Pantheon Stables.
851 WORK GUARANTEED, lm
Life insurance Co!,
OF NEW YOlllC.
Cash AssoU. Docombor 31, 1887
Those wbo desiro safe nnd profitable
Life Insurance nre invited to npply to
8. IJ. KOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
i(E ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
, went Et to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entire stock of
Fnnry Clothlnc. MIiocs, Jlntn A.
OnpH, aillllnery, &.C.,
Will bo sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In ordor to mako room for New
Goods. Wo will offer tho
Uiggest Bargains in
DRY and FANCY GOODS!
In this country.
Our $5 Hats will be sold for $2.75;
Our C Hats will bo cold for $3.75;
Our $: Hats will bo sold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for $G.OO;
Our $15 Hats will bo sold for $8.75.
Wo m Remnants
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY PAYS. ONLY,
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho cal.
Price our Eibbons !
Our stock of Ribbons is complete and
you may expect bargains.
a Must and wo Will sell in ordor ip
make room for New Goods.
CHAS. J. FfiSHEL.
Corner-of Fort & Hotel Strettt.
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA
Dully Uulletlo," 60 conU per month.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
TEMPLE of FASHION
IMTontlay, ISTov Stli.
-fc3E T H
IHHhW 3 'ilr MM mmmKKwwKtK
EJO-.AuI'S &c OOIMUP.A.Wsr.
To 1)8 foim li ur store -In as Kinetom !
DeslreUo. inform his many friends and
the public of Honolulu in general,
that ho Jilts purchased the
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expense bus lt-cu enured in com.
pletely renovating this establishment.
Whito luhor only will be employed
m much us possible.
Strict attention will bo pidtl to wash.
iiiB, so as to prevent alLIIougli Wear or
Usage while undergoing Hie cleaning
Special terms for Fumllics, Hotels,
Restaurants. Lodgiug.hoiiBes and Ship.
ping. Small repairs will bo done free
oJ charge. Washing will be called for
and dollvercd free of charge at any purt
Guarantees latlsfnotlon and no more
complaints to be heard from patrons.
Give u u trial and bo convinced that
we mean bu-lness. Bell Telephone 100.
0'uyi,..Q"-,cj8Tet!Wiilkiki Bido of
Haokfold r& Co. Hell Telephone 308.
HOUSE to LET.
'i HE House and Premises
lately occupied bv W. S.
Luce, Ktq., situate on Union
streot and Afbuua Lnno. The House
contains parlor, K bedroom;, 2 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry uud
kitchen. Thero Is also a C'pitage In the
grounds with -room, stable, carriage.
hotiBO and servant's room. The placo Is
In perfect order. Pcsscision given at
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 If Mo, 27 Merchnnt street.
IN answer tq moral enquiries con
cerning Whale Boat Frames, we
have now In courso of construction,
H Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 'i'i feet
long, These frames nro bent In ono
piece of oak, and hold to shape, thus
requiring little tact to set them up and
build. The full frame for such boats,
including cants, 45 Kectlons lu number,
is sold nt 9?); with huge stems ou keel,
mill, ready to plank $-10. They nra nut
intended to he clinker built, nor as the
frail Imported whalo boats proper, hut
are Intended for rough use aud durabi
lity, yet light withal, for Ushlng uud
trading purposes. We have exported
tbesu frames nnd Intend doing so, and
make mis oner 10 ainnieurs aim otuer
detdrous of tiring their hand, with
plenty of leisure uud small cash to muke
n business. "Will , bend frames to nuy
given model from 6 to 25 topi, Also on
liund for snlu Surf nnd Pleasure Boats,
Stems, (iicce and Timbers. Mutual
Telcnuaiio No 3W.
HOWEU & SOX.
70 tt Boat Builder.
17 - 88
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LANDS FOR LEASE.
TJ ARTIES desiring
IX II)ube Lots and
of the uudersjgiied:
There are 10 House Lota nt Hamohamo
Walkiki; 0 of these holng near tho Got
eminent road and close to the sea beach.
1 Homo Lot at Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot nt Kauluwela, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove of trees on tho
hanks of a running stream above Uio
falls of Waiknhalulu, aud includlnr tho
1 Land atHauula, Oahu.
I Land at Kwa, Oahu.
4 Lots at Polani, Laholnn, Maul.
1 Land at Hahiku, Maul.
1 Laud at Hamalcua, Hawaii.
CSrTlic above Lands will be leased
fqr tho term of 10 lo 15 years. Apply
to J. HELELUHE,
Honolulu, October 25, 7888. 81 2w
ONE fine Mlloh Cow,
price, 13E. Apply
at the Bulletin Office
01 8td naw
DURING tho temporary absence of
our Mr. Wm. G. Irwin from thin
Kingdom Mr. Prank P. Hastlngu will
act lor our bank In all matters of busi
ness. GLAUS 8PRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. US, 18(8. 7i Sw
ON account of ill health I have ap.
pointed Mr. O. Bolto to be my
agent and lo transact all my bullae
under fall power of a'tornov.
Honolulu, October 27, 1888, 81 In
jlfr A T the King's Htahle,
"Igb A. on King street. Pa
CbBl lma, 0 good work Mule.
S" and Harness all couplet."1
well broke; also 0 head of good Amarl.
canUores; also 1 fresh younr Jersjrx
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 flva yeas' .
old Norman Stallion with a good pedu t
gree, a sure foal getter, nud any ladjp " -can
drive him, fears nothing. Anyou
whhing to purchase pleaso caR and
ciuuilut slock. I havo owned the U$fc,
sometime and hive raised some of.it
on my own ranch lu Sau .Mateo County.
Cul. HENRY WORMINGTON.