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Pledged to nritfttr Sect nor Party,
Sut established for tic benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 188D.
It is said tlmt a Missouri Con
gressman is trying to get a colored
gentleman appointed to the Hawai
ian Mission. There U "a nigger in
de fence" somewhere.
Talk of long speeches in the Ha
waiian Legislature! A gentleman
recently frm the Colonies said that,
while he was visiting the New Zea
land Legislature, three Maori mem
bers engaged in "stone-walling" a
bill, spoke eight hours each in rota
tion, thus occupying twonty-four
hoursiof the "valuable time" of the
A strange disease in Miura-gun,
within the ken where . Yokohama is
situated, has caused disagreement
among the doctors. Mr. lvitnura
Junkichi, naval surgeon, beliees
the malady is caused by eating poi
sonous oysters. He says that when
he was studying in Michigan, Unit
ed States, the doctor who instructed
him made the disiovery of tlio same
disease in that country, being re
warded with a ptize of SHOO by the
"The San Fianciseo Alta has al
w,nys,at least under its present man
agement, firmly stood for the Ha
waiian treaty. Its article on the
Hawaiian Mission copied in this pa
per is only in keeping with its com
mendable iccord as a champion of
the most intimate relations between
the United States and this country.
The sentiments of the Alta regard
ing the men lequired for this post
must commend themselves to reilec
tive American minds.
Tliero is a serious state of affairs
under the Hoard of Health on the
island of Hawaii. Since Dr. Ray
mond's departure some time ago,
there has been no Government phy
sician in Kau. Waiokinu, the judi
cial seat of the district, has Dr.
Oliver, but he is too ill to prac
tise. It is said, further, that
there is no Government physician in
Kona. This condition of things
should be ended at once if only by
temporary arrangements. At pres
ent sick folk in those legions have
to come to Honolulu for treatment
if able to be moved or to stand the
THE MARSHALL ISLANDS.
Mr. E. M. Morgan, United States
Consular Agent at Jaluit, who is
known to many in this -country,
made a repoit to the Department of
State on the MaiMnill Islands, v?hich
has lateh; been published. From a
summary of hia repoit in an ex
change the following particulars are
The commercial interests of the
Marshall Islands arc in the hands of
the Jaluit Gesellschaft, a German
firm organized in Hamburg; Messrs.
A. Crawford & Co., an American
firm of San Francisco, Cal., and
Messrs. Henderson & McFarlauc of
Auckland, New Zealand. Tho first
two named companies have their
headquarters at Jaluit, the port ot
entry, while the latter are located
at an island named Majuro, faome
130 miles to the eastward of Jaluit.
All the aforesaid firms extend their
operations to the neighboring groups
of islands, viz., Kingamill, Caroline,
Ellicc, and Pleasant islands.
The product of the islands consists
chietly of copra. Shells, red and
pink coral and sponge are found in
limited quantities. The natives
make a great number of mats, hats
and fans from the fibre of the cocoa
nut and other native trees. The
yearly yield of copra Js about 8,
000,000 pounds, the gicatcst poition
of which is shipped to Europe. The
price paid therefor to natives is 1
cent per pound ; to traders 1J cents,
and about 8 to 3 cents per pound
is procured in Europe.
There is a good demand for Ame
rican goods, especially provisions,
hardware, thread, donirn and cloth
ing, and excellent prices aro obtain
able therefor. Fire-arma and am
munition of all kinds are prohibited
from sale. Beer is tho only bever
age permitted to bo sold to tho na
tives, and but very little of that is
used by them, as they arc very tem
perate. Tobacco is in great de
mand, the kind being known as
The currency had been Chilian
and l'ciuvian coin, until recently
German coin was declared the legal
f ! -"-!, J..
lander. Then th.u Gorman firm that
itpportcd tho South Atnorieau
money and ciroulatcd it nt par with
Uuited States coin, refused to accept
it except at a discount of 87A per
cent. Thcv made no offer to re
deem It, and did not give notice of
even one week that the coin was to
be depreciated. The natives are
dissatisfied and think the Govern
ment is doing them injustice, as
they pay a yearly tax in return for
the German promise to protect them.
They piefcr American coin and will
exchange their produce therefor
hen nothing else would purchase it.
The imports from the United
States (San Francisco) to the group
of islands during 1888 amounted to
38,000. The export of copra by
the firm of A. Crawford K. Co. alone,
during the same period, amounted
to l,Cf)5,GiG pounds, valued at S3o,
000. Since the 1 ith day of Octo
ber, 1885, the Marshall Islands have
been under the protectorate of the
German Government. Apiil II,
1888, Pleasant Island was declared
to be under the same protectorate.
If we remember rightly, the Kings
mill group hni been added since
Mr. Morgan made his report. At
all events, he mentions th.it a move
ment was on foot with that obj ct.
The Kingsniills arc much more pro
ductive than the Marshalls; and a
much larger volume of business is
done llicic, especially by American
The Marshall protectorate is ad
ministered by a High Commissioner,
who at intervals publishes laws or
legulations for the government of
the islands. Up to the report these
edicts consisted of haibor regula
tions, prohibition of trade in liquor
and arms, etc., and of ciedit in any
foim, and of the puichase or rental
of lands; the imposition of a license
fee of S'JoO per tiip on vessels not
belonging to a fnm on the island,
and the levying of other tuxes and
licenses. Each foreigner has to
nav S2 a vear poll tax. A license
fee of $10 per year is paid by eacli
tiader. Finns doing a business of
SJ25.000 or more tier veai have to
pay an annual license of 1,500,
and firms doing a loss amount of
business, $750. The natives are re
quired to pay a yeaily tax o' S'2,000,
payable in copra to the Jaluit
Gesellschaft at the rate of one cent
per pound. They would prefer to
pay in money but are not allowed,
consequently the Gcsellachaft reaps
all the profit on the copia. The re
nrescntativc of Messrs. A. Craw
ford A. Co. filed with the High
Commissioner a protest against thfc
enfoi cement of the regulation pro
hibiting the leasing of lands. The
High Commissioner assured him that
he would at once bring it to the atten
tion of ltis Government, and also
that he felt convinced that it would
be modified, as he would certainly
recommend its modification. If en
forced, the regulation would almost,
if not quite ruin the business of the
protesting firm, as well as that of
Messrs. Henderson & McFarlane, in
From a piivate letter received in
this city dated Papeete. March 10th,
the following is clipped: The
steamer Richmond ia now bar-bound
inPapara as the heaviest gale known
for years is just blowing itself out,
a teirible hea breaking light act os'.
Papeete Pass; also three schooners
La Gironde, Loiely and Etta drift
ed from upper wharf almost to pas
sage. Loiely got on shore close to
Motuiti but towed off without dam
age. Cocoauut, breadfruit, purau and
pakai liees blown up by the roots;
bo far no lives lost. Last week
Palilalia river changed its bed and
nearly all the bridges are down be
tween liei e and Alimaouo. Fautaua
was partly destroyed. You can see
Pater's Mill from the load and Na
rii Salmon's house. Smidt'a house
was not.moved, although they mov
ed out. The embankment behind
Walker's house 'caved and the water
poured through his garden and
house, liaoul, in fact the whole
place was flooded and considerable
damage dono. S. Co. lost consider
able copra, etc.. etc.; luckily for
them they had just shipped bootons.
To-day at 7 a. in. a breadfruit tree
at the Milo fell on Smidt, the engin
eer's house, smashing in the end.
Streets arc all inipnssable on ac
count of falleu purau trees. The
C. of P. was six days getting in
after site was signaled and has
been unable to work since her ar
rival on account of ram.
Popinjay How is Montana for
throat trouble, Dninpsy? Dunipsy
Had, very bad. While I was
there 1 saw as many as ten fellowB
who died of strangulation. Bur
lington Free Tress.
Visitor (to butler who te showing
him through tin pietino golleiy of
tho old n niHlor) Tli d's a line por
trait, lb ii an old n lister? Butler
No ; that's tho old inisaus. Bos
ton Courier, ,
DAILT BtTliliBTm; nONOUlLU, H. I-.,
THE HAWAIIAN MISSION.
The Pacific Coast lias a great in
terost in the wainicr of man who
gets the Hawaiian Mission. Whether
he is a Coast man or not, he must
be made to know tho stake we have
in those islands. We have recently
had a lesson in the need of having
as Consul to Apia a man witli better
diplomatic judgment nud qualifica
tion, than arc icquired at Loudon,
Paris or Merlin. Yet it is a remote
post, away in the South Pacific, but
it was the scene of complications
which might have easily led to a war
involving three or more great na
tions. Tho world's peace, indeed,
was for a lime at the meiey of a
couple of $1500 Consuls.
The next focus of international
disturbance in- tho Pacific is at
Honolulu. Hawaii is the grand
prize, while Samoa was meiely an
approximation prize. Hawaii is the
key to the isthmian canal, when one
is built, but it is also the
sole seaward shelter of this Pacific
Neutralized, it is worth moie to
us than all the coast defenses and
armored ships that could be built.
In the hands of a possibly unfiiend
ly power it would hat g like a mort
gage upon every bit of pioperiy in
California, because one element of
safety would be lost.
Aside from such considerations is
tho maintenance of the existing
tieaty upon which they all depend.
There aic men here who aie
trcuehoroui to tin licut intoicats ot
our people and for private grew! or
grudge they desire to abrogate that
The constitution of our commu
nity is such that our people will
likely be indifferent until this treaty
is lost, and then they will have a
spasm of quite futile rage, when it
is too late.
The conspirators against the treaty
are keenly alive to all this and have
their programme for the diplomatic
and consular appointments as well
as their plans rooted in court poli
tics in Honolulu. The amount at
stake is large. It is equal to the
total advantage which the Sugar
Trusts expects from the exclusion
of law sugar, for putting upon it a
duty means that it must seek cNo
wheie a market. To give the con
spiracy its way in the Hawaiian ap
pointments will be scandalous. To
send weak men there at all will be
There was a lime in which the
court of Denm.uk: was the center of
European diplomacy. Russia and
Enuldiid and Gieece were intermar
ried with or furnished rulers by the
house of Selileswif-llolstein-Sunder-borg-Glueksburg.
The interests of that house ex
tended fiom the Thames to tlie plain
of M.iralhou, and the politics of all
Europe and of the Black Sea and
the Golden Horn were talked at
Copenhagen Then any government
that had inleiests anywhere between
the delta of the Nile and the Skag
ger Rack needed shaip eyes and
keen wits in the court of King
Realizing this, Gencial Grant of
fered that mission to one of the
most distinguished of Western Re
publiean Senatoi-and ex-Governors,
ami not knowing it, the distinguish
ed Senator declined to go to Den
ma! k. Honolulu is liable at every
moment to be.tlie scene of the most
important diplomatic intrigues and
international events. Wo have far
more imme diale interests there
ihun we ever had at the court of
Kins Christian. Hawaii is on oui
side of the earth. Its people have
partaken of our, civilization and its
King is our loyal friend. Our capi
tal has stimulated entei prise their
.Hid contiibuted to the prosperity of
Let no peisoual favoritism nor the
payment ot any political debt pre
vent the sending there of a first
class man, one who will have pioper
tespect for the King ami country,
and a proper conception of the
mutual itnpuitancc of the two coun
tries to each other.
Hawaii is moie inteiesting to us
than any other Pacifip country and
we should treat it with coire.-pond-ing
dignity and consideration. S.
F. Alta, May 1.
A steam yacht, built in England,
lately made a remarkable voyage by
sailing across the channel, up the
river Seine, and thence by cmmls
and river to Maisellles, on the Medi
The speccli of' Sir Charles Russell
before the l'arnell Coimnisiiori is
pinnouiiced the greatest forensic
effoit of this generation. Even
Tories say so. David Dudley Field,
who heard the effort, concurred.
The Britinh House of Lords lately
decided that a verbatim icpoit of a
Judge's charge may be libelous, if
the Judge did not fully review both
sides of the ease, Another amend
ment of the British Constitution.
rPHK rpiniterly incut inc; of thn Union
! K.nl Co. will lm I old 1 ilia twice
Oflh) ouipiiiiy on TI1UHSDAY, .Miy
llitli nt 12 o'clock noon
8. V. GKATIAft,
Honolulu, May 14, 1P89, 240 2t
A SPECIAL meeting of the sitck.
hol.leis.of Ihu Inter It-hnitl Sicam
Nivlunilim Co il ho held on MON.
DAY, May 0, 10, at HI o'llooh a m.,
at (I clr olll u on Quest Hiei".
Per order. J. ENA,
Honolulu, May 11,1880. 240 Ot
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
By order of tho slcneo of tho Eftato
of D MuKonzlc, I will te'l nt Public
Auction at my Salesroom, Queen streit,
On Thursday, May 16,
AY lO O'CLOCK A. 91.,
The UHlnnco ot st' ck, comprising:
Single and Double BLOCKS 1
Patent Shears, Connecting Links.
Ma t ll0i, liooksifc Kc4,
Carpenter's Chisels, Paints,
Linseed Oil Glnbo Lmtcrn",
Sidelights, Rosin, Asphultiim,
Hemp, Duck, &c, &c
M1 2 Auctioneer.
On Thursday, Rflay 16,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Slero m Queen street, I will
sill at Pii'dic Auction, for iic-
count of win 'in it may
MHolM PARLOR Sit,
Decorated Japanese and China Vases,
B. W. Chairs,
Etc., Etc, Etc, Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
210 It Auctioneer.
1LTER PRESSES !
Pa Aim a n Plantation, )
i aw k i. Much 9, 18-8 f
rtlMlon Iron A IioroKiotlvc IVorlts,
Gkntlkmck We lmvo neil two ol
jour 3j-chamBorcd Filler Presses ihi
3CIHUH. 1'ln-y lire convenient, chmI
handled anil uie woilung entirely to
nir sutisfnci inn. 1 can recommend no
imprnvimenl on Iheni.
Very lesnicifully your.
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Atnnager Piinuluiu 1'luuiulioa.
These Presses nre mwle extra Inavy
for hii'h pri'-'il es, occupiii a 11 mi
spii-e 11 leel tiy 4 feet, ami pn s-euls u
fihtiitm -iiil ic'c of 240 square lect.
A limileil number in block in Hono
lulu anil nre snIU at vsry low pneos.
Eisdon Iron & loco. Works,
IgTFor ntiticu tr- i nquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Riiuiii No. 3 pprcckds' lilock.
22.10 tf W. G. Iiwn & Co.. Agents.
Honolulu Rifles' Encampment.
Grand Gamp Meeting at Diamond Head
Saturday, 18th, tt Sunday, 1 3th.
BY request, the caterers for the En
cumpmcut have arranged, w Ith th
consent ot the commitrie, to biipph the
public and vi-ltors with l,un h. Sand
niches and Cold riodi Water, Giugei
Ale. eic , at fair rate. 250-11
L eti r
;e lor a number !
ir.s a f'ottiic will
i jam, or
a roomy yard alone.
A central location i '''Mred. Adilre t
particulars I'. O. B x 1153. 250 2t
A COTTAGE, corner Kinan
and 1'uiisa ola stree .
A ply to
W. O. ATWATEIt,
II mi lulu Iron WoiI.b.
BOATS FOR SALE.
WH huve on hand one 22.
fool Imleboat, wnli
iron ccnter.lioiird, mast, Rail,
mi iv, etc , rumphlu; huilaiili
for flfhinp. Alio, one 751b Cllnkor
I'leasuie kin" cupper f listened, with
oufiniid rowlockx; will be sold che-ip
lor 1'iwli. I oih new. xpply ut
UUtVEU & tiuN'S,
if0 lin bliOi iiciiriuu Fun Maiket.
jlTK II. XV. SCHMIDT his reliicd as
LYJL a puttner in n II in.
II. IIACKFHLD & CO.
Honolulu, May IU, I -til 21 8
nlIE annii'd metiiug of tho lt Dlvi.
X siiui of the LlTuokalanl Kduca.
doiml &i'Cietv will lie held at the rcsi.
deuce of II. It II, l'rlueisi Lllluokalanl
at Washlui'ion Place, on WEDNES
DAY, nay 15 Ii, t 4 o'clock i. si,, lor
ukciiun ol I'lllcera for the eiiMiingycar,
lull altenduuco is ri(iii-teil
!H4t PEK OIlDEIt.
Mrs. II. MACM1LLAN
IIAii commetiecu urcssmauini:.
JUL dng and Fit ing, at her residence
Mo KH NiuiMim Avtnue, nixt to ICagle
llotibe, B II Telephone 180, 218 lm
GRAPES FOR SALE.
MH.T. CRIBTLEY, Fort street, lust
helow .-ih.o. (trtel, has for tiilu
a ipiautitv of line (trapca on tho vine.
Piopln wiublng to urehao may call at
ilie above pUo ' any tlay ufier o'clock
1'. m.. and bclcct any nuumity ut the rate
of 5 lbs. fir 1. 244 lw
MAY 1&, J86b.
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
UW Part, Kalmlni,
Thursday, July 4, 1889.
Races to Commonco at 1 0 o'clock a. m.
1 Railroad Stake?,
Running Rice, if milo dash, for all
Maul hied nor.-cf.
2 Kihului Purso,
1 mile dash, free to
3 Hawaiian Conimoioial and Sutjor
Co.'s Pu so, ,
Trotting ,t Paciiip: Rce, to harntps,
1 mile u ! b siV! in 3, Mr all Ha
wiiilun ureil liue-.
4-Sweopstakoi $25 Ecuh,
Ri nidiiR Knee. ? mllcdu-h for Ila
W'Hiian brcil hor-es.
5 M.ui Dsiby,
Running Ware. 14 mile dash for all
llaw-iuian hitii, Biar olds.
6 A8so.iation Purse,
Running Race, 1J mile dash, free
Trotting Uiicu, lo harness, 1 mile
heals, bet 'i in i5, iur all liorMS
without a tecord of 3:40 or bettor.
3 "Waikipu Purse,
Running Race, milo dash, for at'
Ituwaiiuu bud n res thai have
never run a ubllc ruce.
Running Hare, mile heats, hest2
in 3, fur Mitui bred hnrues.
10 Kula Purse,
Running Race, J mile dash, foi
pnuits II h hi N or under, to carrj
100 11)3 or more.
11 Waihie Purse,
Trouini: Rice, ' Uirntas 1 mile
hcai, In si 2 in 3, fue lo all.
12 Novelty Kaco.
Running Race, 1 mile da'h, for H.
wniinn bred lnTi.es Ut quarter, 2nd
quarter. 3rd quarter, 4 h quarter.
13 Corinthian Eace,
Running Uhcp, 1 mile dash, free to
all, owners t ride, wclti rweights.
14 Mana Cup.
Running Rice, l' mile dash, for all
Hawaiian tired horsis.
15 Mule Eace.
Running Rare, 4 mile dash, free to
all, c tclnveighi
r3T-R entii-s close Thifi-day, Jum
17, 1889, in 12 n on, nd mu t he made
n writing i h Ml'' unde.wi.me .
L. M. VETLESEN',
240 lw fM-iuiary.
New Zealand Jams 1
JUST received a cm ignment of New
Zealand J m, iimii tt il cases. Foi
idp at low iirifi
BROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
JUST TO HAND
Ex 'G N. WILCOX."
Moliucii Avenarius !
Efficient Wood Preserver !
-roil 8AT.U AT-
F. A. Scliaefer & Co.'s
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
CSTGranrs for orders to bo filled for
the other Inlands, will bo picked right
from the vines, 241 lm
AN INVOIOK OK
JPino Dinmonds !
First Water and Perfect Gems,
which I oiler at
Very Xiovr Irloon !
I call particular attention to judges of
Diamond to ilie quality of
Stones Mounted to Suit Purchaser
A number already takin.
H. F. WICHfVlAN.
SAFES I o
HALL'S SAFE & LOCK COMPANY.
Safes of Every Discriptibn.
FIRE PROOF & BURGLAR PROOF
"Wnil Doors, Aco., &c.
g0 ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
.i . i i ., r
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Unt rimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Floycrs, Tips, Hal Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Oaii7cs, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine liiimb'H Wool fJiidcriruur, Flannel Co:i(h nnil VesfH,
All-wool C-vorshiits, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umatilla" by
OHAS. J. FBSHE ,
The Leading Millinery House, eor. Fort it Hotel sts.
88 & SO
holesale & Retail
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
, Oil Calio Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Ivolletl Barley,
Middling G round Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
'I'HRIE Unices over fl. O.
I Ueigei'ri, Merchant street.
E. S. CUNHA.
REAL ESTATE FOIt SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
corner of Foil and
chool slieets, over of an
ieiu wiili one Cotlagi'. Applv "
14 tf J- M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 3 largo nnd
2 miiiiII ro' ms wiili kii
cheii 'ind bathroom attached.
on Alakeu Mnoi, ippoMto Dr. Me-
Wayne's. At ph t' John Cook, on ore
lahes, oral 'Id ollli e.
ROOMS TO LET
OO 1 FOUTABLY Furnish,
ed Rooms. Hoard If ro.
quired. Apply at "i baronet-
lain Houi-e." King btrcot, opposite Ka
waiahao Hcmlnary. 184 tl
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NKW uumnuir j:t
riago just llnihhed
and hundsomely tiimmed
In (lrsi das stylo must bo immediately
sold to closo au assignment, can be seen
nt W H. Page's curiago manufactury,
No. 128 Fori ttreel.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Elele Publhhing
Co. held in Honolulu, April III,
1880, the following otUcers wore elected:
T. It Lucas President,
Hon. J. S Walker., I reaf urer,
II. O. Crubbe Sicteiary,
). W. Pua, )
T. lieu, V Directors.
' II, G. CRABBE,
Stcreuiy Elelu Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1860. 228 lm
- SAFES !
T. H. HOBRON,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Boots & Shoes.
Designs js3 All Prices.
r. xi. Hirrn. Apjont.
15th, MISS CLARK will have cbarco
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will practice in ihe lowir courts of the
Kingdom as auoroej, attend to collect
ing in all its blanches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him .
Office 01 King Hi reel Upstairs.
R. W. "WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for tho Maic Window
Screens, Combined lie vol Squares, Stan-
(lard, Uoodricli, e'c., fcwing Machines,
Uiccied, Tricjcies, veiocipeues,
onto ', corner
of Bethel and Kinesis,
San Fuancisco, Cat..,
Febi nary 10. 18t0. J
WE lierowitli certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller aro our duly au.
thorized and only agents for the Ha.
waliun Islands for the sab of our Lager
Beer in keg.
JOHN WIELAND BREWINO CO.,
100 tf John 11. Wieland lltos.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOHR, Lock & Gunsmith,
has nmovtd opposito in tho pre
mises occupied formerly by Max Eckart
as a jewelry store, next door to HoiT.
schliieger & Co., in tho Damon Block,
llcihel street. 240 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL, SMITH has removed his place
of business on Fort Bireot to
lb store in the McliUro Bleclr, just
lelow Wenner & Co.s, Fort street,
v. hi ro he will ho pleased to serve his
customers until Id- new store is finished.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
W. McGUIRE havnur moved hit
placo of business from the office
of tho Hawaiian Tiausfor Co., to the
harness shop of I Plilll s, No. 02 King
Mteet, beg" to notify hlsfrlouds and tho
pnblio generally that lm is ready to cou
iluuu tho expiets and dray business
uuder the name of J W. McGulro.- Bell
Telephone No. Ill, Mutual 63. 230 tf
't&4ikj4k -"- JblAKi, &?'rv.-j&fi)lMiM