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100AI. & QENEIIAl NEWS.
Mn. Jmim.. DU pruldoi &l ohnw
btr ihli tf-tk.
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Bun Fmnu-ro un
I'tlloonlot, Ml ( i'
I ho ZmUmitUH.
Hii'iif I.ikellko for Mini I nt " p in
.Stiur.Mlknhnla for Kiuial nl.1 u in
Stuir Kllauea Hon for llninakiui nt S
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOnnOY.
Stun- lwa'nul for l.nlinliia atid Utuiia
"kua at 10 u in
Per W G llnll. August 27 From tin
Volcano: Jllsa Gran, Miss Auliagcn,
Uapt Campbell. From way polls: U
V Horner, wife nml child, JIIsh'h Ladd
(2), Mis Alexander and clilld, John
Rush, II II Plciner, Mis 'J'h(impoti,
MU Taylor, Mrs I)iekenon, J X Ainu,
.1 A Moore, It Striuich. J Cooper, M
Gonverra, Col Xonls, Mrs Huo, J W
Katnokn and 71 deck.
Tim S. (1. Wllilur line brought
!ff0,000 In gold coin for Mismi.
Ills hop it Co.
Tun olllrere of Mm llonoliilu Hillus
mo nntilliid elsouhoio (o nttuiul at
(lie Annoiy this evening.
The bktncSG Wilder Is off pott 13
days from rinu Francisco with u cargo
of genet nl merchandise valued at 811.
01!) Including ir0 bbls ilour, ,:102 otls
bin lor, 10.112 ft lumber, :iol lings. 101,
'.120 lbs boncmeal, 85,800 lbs fertilizer,
1,14" sks bran, -III. pkgs machinery. S T
galls wine, 250 sks middlings, u'M) oils
oats. 245 blcs hay, 003 lbs laid, 4,038 lbs
bread, 50 cs brnudy, etc.
The WG Hall brought Aug 27, 1350
bgs t-ugar, 37 bags awa, 3 bags coffee,
03 pkgs Hindi ies, 20 head cattle, 10
calves, and 10 pkgs hides.
On Saturday last a new hospital
for Japanese was opened at Kealia,
Kauai. It ia a two-story building
and has been erected through the
instrumentality of a Japanese doc
tor. A large number of Japanese
were present at the ceremony, after
which there were exhibitions of
wrestling and other sports. Ice
cream and cake were served and a
general good time had by all present.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
On Mondivy seventeen Chinese
who were arrested in a house on
Nuuanu street on Sunday and
charged with having opium unlaw
fully in possession were remanded.
Ah Tai was fined 150 and sen
tenced to one month's imprison
ment at hard labor for having opium
unlawfully in possession.
Ncheraia, Geo. Murphy and Bur
uey had each to pay $0 for drunk
enness. Keliikucwa for heedless driving
was fined $20.
A wahine named Macle was re
manded to the 30th on a charg. of
selling liquor without a license.
This morning Kimeona, Kailikca,
Tom, Thos. Gilmore, Barney, John
and Joe Koa had each to pay SO for
A nolle pros was entered against
O. Schussler charged with malicious
Nahinu, charged with having
opium unlawfully in possession, was
fined $50 with 10 days at bard labor.
Naauao was charged with desert
ing her husband, a Chinaman. She
refused to return as she was afraid
of hiui, The Court had nothing left
to do but discharge her, and she left
the Court watched with a jealous
eye l)jT her husband.
Mil. John L. Slovene, the now
American Minister, will uriivo lino
on thu Uisttulin September 20th.
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On September 11th the annual
meeting of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will be held at 11 u. m. at
tho company's building.
Evkky member of Company Dot
thu Honolulu Utiles is icqucstcd to
lepoit til the Armory this evening ut
7:30 in fuliguo uuifoiui.
Kaona was cha.ged with conpi
lacy this morning. He waived ex
amination and was eommilted for
trial to the Supreme Court.
Tin: "Hullutin Weekly Summary"
is nut to-day, containing 28 columns
of leading matter. It is the most
complete record of local intelligence
Mil, Clnis. J. Flshel has received
more of those Spar sailor hats and is
now ablo to supply the unusually
largo demand, lie has alto the polka
Jin, C. O. Uurger has just received
a number of the Chicago cash re
gisters, a most useful invention for
business peoplo. Its workingwill be
shown by calling at Mr. lierger's of
fice, Muichant tired.
ntohfti'd tt.rityiai AimM ::uthu
Tn (ho Hup-rom Court IhU mom
lug llio vnw of Kirlmrd E. Taylor,
who la winded In San 1'riiiiilsco on
it uhnrgo of forgery, enmu up again
boforu Mr. Justice Mcl'tilly. Tay
lor was brought into Court in cus
tody of Mnwhul Super.
Ills Honor asked 'J'nylor if he had
Taylor replied Hint he had thought
the matter over sinof the previous
day, and would enter no piolu&t. If
tho Court in looking over thu papcis
lelt it was compulsoiy to turn him
over for extradition lie would sub
mit. His Honor said he had looked
over tjiu papers very carefully, they
were all in form and there was no
doubt in his mind. Ills Honor ask
ed the young man If he was Hidmrd
He replied that he was.
His Honor said he would at once
eoiiimiinioute. with the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, and in the mean
time. Taylor would remain in the
custody of the Marshal until sur
rendered to the proper olllcer. lion.
Paul Neumann again appeared for
Mr. Langtry, tho speciul olllcer.
Taylor was then taken to the Sta
tion House and will 'remain there
until the Australia sails, when he
will he delivered to Mr. James II.
Langtry, the special olllcer of Wells,
L'argo & Co., who takes him to San
Taylor is a young man, and is
said to be quite respectably connect
ed in the States. lie is beginuing
to feel his position, but soys lie has
only himself to blame.
Tun native nowbpapor "Ka Leo o
Ka Lahui" asks this morning if il is
true that the French iiagsbip l)u
quesne has seized the U.S. S. Adams
for furnishing dynamite to white
people in Honolulu on the day of the
Tiii:kk will be no Paradise of the
Pacific for the outgoing trip of tho
Australia, us this month's ipsuo was
ready and forwaided on her last tiip,
August 2d. The September number
will be ready for the mail steamer
leaving September 21st.
Mn. Allen Hutchinson, tculptor, is
issuing medallion portraits in relief
of Robert W. Wilcox, leader of the
late insuneclion. . It is a good like
ness, very fine as a work of art, and
ollered at a reasonable price. They
may be had cither bronzed or terra
IlnitnAFTnu a very palatable lunch
will be served at the Hawaiian Hotel
bar every day between 12 and 1
o'clock. There will be soup, two hot
dishes, salads, etc. A- number of pri
vate tables will be found where gen
tlemen can sil down and partake of
lunuh and all for twenty-live 'cents.
This opportunity to get a good lunch
will no doubt be largely availed of.
Oitrtluc triittn I'h.iiiiiraiuiTr". OBI
l"i' III HUfil'iP.
Xutii'lliH :.vlhcr well pp-ln'i!
( liiniMo 1 Holographic Mtibiihniiii'
in Chinatown Urn nlhei duj , whore
inland view mid plu.tvs of n ny f.iir
onh'i y'io oxpoml fm sale a! vuy
low rates, our H'potter was led to
inkn inqiiiiiesinto tho prcnonl status
of that necupalion i Honolulu with
I he following re.Milts :
There mo in town at piencnt four
established Chincno galleries, ouo
EuglMi and one Pottugucsc. Koi
many years up to 18fc:l tho town sup
porlrd'two icgular foreign galleries.
Many remember Hk time when
Cluite and DiekMin and later Mon
tiinoand Dickon held sway heio.
Cur reporter was informed by Mr.
WUIiitnti), suceesHir to Mr. Diekson
and mle ropics-entativo of thu Eng
lish photogr.ipheis left in the Held,
that when hu en mo to Honolulu eight
yeais ago four whites weie employed
by Mr. Diokmm in the photographic
department nlnui a ldoueher.nilist,
and pi inter, at $-10, i?fi0,$25 and sflo
a week resnectivolv. Mr. Montano
informs us that he employed abollf
the same number in his ost.tbh-di-nient,
and at about tho fame into of
Mr. Williams hnsonu foreigner now
in hi.i photographic department ami
expects soon to do with him as the
Homaus do and .substitute a choapcr
form of labor in his place. Ho lias
no aitist in his employ at all, as busi
ness will no longei win rant it, nor is
theio one in "Honolulu except Chi
nese. One might well stippos.0 that the
photographic fraternity would pray
to bcdclivcred from the grout sugar
crops wo now niiso and go back to
Che crops of eight years ago, when
somehow the results of smaller crops
went lound fuither than tho big
ones do now.
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The letter from thu manager of
the Katie Putnam Company to Mr.
Levey, referred to previously, says
that Mr. Walter Hill, pioprietor of
this paper, witnessed several of Miss
Putnam's performances at Her Ma
jesty's Opera House, Melbourne, and
strongly advised her t visit Hono
lulu and play a month. The com
pany will call here on the way to fill
an engagement at tho Alcazar Thea
tre in San Francisco, opening the
second week in November.
Australia has Bent four hones to
England to compete for the English
Derby of 1890, and they have ar
rived safety in London.
The British Admiralty has been
asked to confer Australian aborigin
al names upon the vessels designed
for the Australian auxiliarj' squad
ron. His Holiness the Pope has created
Dr. Morgan Stanislaus Grace, M.L.
C, of Wellington, New Zealand,
aind a prominent member of the Ro
man Catholic laity ,o.f that city, a
Count of the Holy Roman Empire.
A collection of Victoiian ferns at
thu Paris Exhibition has been
awarded a .Grand. Prix. All the
.colonial exhibitors of leather will
.Mr. G. Murray, of Sydney, son
f the late Sir Terence Aubrey Mur
ray, formerly President of tho Le
gislative Council of New South
Wales, has been appointed Professor
of Greek in the Glasgow University.
II. B. M. S. Rapid has taken pos
session of the Suwnrrow islets, a
group of rocks containing one white
man and ten natives, who were found
in a half starved condition. II. B.
M. S. Egeria annexed tho Phienix
and Union groups. It is presumed
that these lute acquisitions in the
coral seas wilt be utilized In connec
tion with cable-laying work between
Australia and Vancouver some day.
A. W. Mackay just from Samoa
writes to the Sydney Herald saying
that 00,000 human beings in that
group are In a state of sori-starra-tion
and dependent on charity for
the common necessaries of life. He
says tho Samoans are as a nation too
proud to beg, and the chiefs and
representatives of tho peoplo will
never ask for assistance.
Tho West Australia Legislative
Council has passed a resolution urg
ing tho British Parliament bcfoiu
prorogation to give that colony re
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O.
Court Lunalilo No. CG00 A. O,
Meeting Company IJ Honolulu
Rilles at Armory, at 7 :30.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
S S Australia, August 30th : II
F Wichmuii, Robert Lowers and wife,
Mrs N S Sachs, 11 Ounn, MrH M
Exans, 2 children and maid, Rev Ceo
Wallace, Hon Chas Wall, wife and
son, Miss Lowers, Hon C F Horner,
wife and nephew, Mis3 Keough,
H II l'lcmcr, A 1) Thomas, wife and
3 children, Mrs Col A G Ilawes, F E
Nichols, T R Walker, David JJowsett.
Hon CcN Wilcox, Mis Lewis, Mies E
Lewis, V Lewis', Miss M Lewis, Miss
Work, Mis C II Alexander and son,
E Lewis, Mr und Mm A S Ilartwcll,
8 children and maid, A T Hurtwull,
William P Jones, J H Schuylor and
wife, G F Allaidt, J M Lydgute, An
thony Lydgato, W W Dimond, Ben
Hulliiliiyi Miss S E Pindcr, Miss II
Hillcbrand, J II Langtry.
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTES.
At thu regular weekly meeting of
the Board of Health, the resignation
of Dr. Williams, government physi
cian for the district of Haua, Maui,
was read and accepted.
Dr. Jones, who ia temporarily Dll
ing Dr. Walters' position nt Liluie,
during the latler'a absence in Eng
land, has been nppointed govern
inent physician for the district of
Hanalei, in place of Dr. Craddock,
deceased. Dr. Jones will move to
Hanalei as soon as Dr. Walters re
turns. A commission of medical exam
iners is to be nppointed to examine
all applicants for license to practise
medicine in the kingdom. The com
mission will consist of fire medical
GOOD WORDS FOR MR. STRONG.
We arc soon to have a visit from
the novelist, Robert Louis Steven
son, and what is of more concern to
this column, a visit from his son-in-law,
Joseph Strong, a young pain
ter who is trjing hard to make the
woild believe in him. Mr. Strong
is a Culrforniun by birth. He was
sent to Munich to study painting
there, by the people of Oakland,
California, who believed there was
genius in him. lie did not disap
point his admirers, and he is reck
oned as one of the young aitists who
arc likely to do Ameiici honor.
Mr. Stevenson and himself aie at
p-escnt on a tour among the islands
of the South Seas, and will arrive
here shortly. Mr. Strong has sent
on ahead to II. W. Callan & Son, of
George street, several paintings and
drawings, which are the result of
his labors m tlie Hawaiian isianci3,
and in Samoa. His chief work, as
seen on Mr. Callan's wall, is an oil
of the volcano of Kilauea, called
"Ilaleinauinau The Lake of Ever
lasting Fire." The only other good
picture I know of this burning cal
dron used to hang on the walls of
King Kalakaua's palace in Hono
lulu. It was executed by Cheva
lier. The citizens of Sydney had
an opportunity of seeing itlas'tyear,
as it was exhibited in the Women's
Exhibition by permission of the
King through hiB churye d'affaires,
Mr. Hoffnung. There is no need to
compare the two ; suffice it to say
that Mr. Strong has dealt with a
subject in which there is little
variety with a good deal of skill and
force.' A monstrous black bowl with
ragged edges, and a lurid molten
mass within: that is the volcano,
and that is the picture of Mr.
Clever as it is, one turns with
pleasure to the admirable little oil
of King Mataafa's home in Samoa,
with Samoan figures in the fore
ground. The house and the figures
are all laminar to inose who nave
visited Apia. The picture is soft,
genial, and tender in tone, and pos
sesses some rare qualities of refine
ment. The sepia drawing of "The
Rainbow Falls," near Hilo, Hawaii,
is not so well done, nor i3 it, to
those who have seen the falls, natu
ral. It docs not do justice to the
soft beauty of the place. Diamond
Head, near Honolulu, ami another
Samoan scene are much better draw
ings both in matter of finish, sym
pathy, and touch. Mr. Strong is
uneven in this work that ha sends
us, but there is a fine intelligence in
his composition and treatment, and
we shall expect to sec good results
from his tour through Australia.
He comes to take sketches, and wo
shall not quarrel with him for doing
that. There is nothing we would
more willingly part with than our
scenery on canvas. Sydney He
rald, July 13.
During tho Year 1888,
3153,933,535 00 !
FundB on Hand
Doc. 31, 1888, for
Equitable by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this great Compauy is held, can be given, than by a com
parative statement of the business done by itseli nml its chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New York. In New York a man can get his information direct from tho Home Olli:e of the largest companies,
and has more accurate opportunities of judging Uieir respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in tho
City of Now York during the year 188S the Equitable wrote a larger amount of new business than wa3
written by its Tvsro Largeet Competitors Combmod. In the State of Now York the Equitable
wroici,nuo,-iu more insurance man uic aggregate oi us a two .uargesr. Competitors TalCOU AOgOUlor.
It did the LarffCSt Eu8ine33 in the United States, as well as in the World at a time whan all Companiea
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict goes with the Equitable is on account
i'lano and tho Promptness and Fnirnctss of its 13u8ines3 Methods As
Policies have been und are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Lifu Insurance h to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach
the Equitable record for promptness in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable just out U
(like- a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
flSJ-For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
3!0 lm General Agent Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
of the Popularity of its
s the Pioneer in reforms its
A CANDID ADVENTURER.
The following was received by a
well known citizen from the State
of Iowa by the last Australia :
Dcais Sin I write for information
with rcgaid to opportunities for
young men of ordinary business
ability, without capital, in the Ha
Am able to write shorthand
rapidly enough for amanuensis woik,
also type-writer. Have been three
years in a lawyer's office as steno
grapher and student.
My principal reason for seeking
another climate is on account of
failing heart from catarrhal affec
tion and lung trouble. In your
opinion would the climate there be
conducive to better health?
Also I am informed that Ameri
cans are much sought after as hus
bands for the native women of
wealth, and that marriage settle
ments are made, or prizes offered
for American husbands. Is this
correct? If so how large an amount
might one expect?
This letter may seem an enigma
to you, but I assure you I make the
inqwiries in good faith.
Hoping to receive an early reply.
I am, yours truly, etc.
MADE EXPRESSLY FOP, THIS CLIMATE.
J. & C. FISCHER PIANOS !
BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS .t CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOIt SALE AT MANUFACTURER1 PRICES HY
NEW Wilcox ,fc White Parlor
reiui with oljrhi stnoH Suitable
Tor rcbo.il or 'liurr.li K tine Instru.
inent, Applv a" .17 I'miclibonl btreet,
opposite N. i Mission Iiioiliuio. 278 tf
? & Co.-
and Ik-tlicl Streets.
FISCHER PIANOS a
Tone and 0
80,000 In Use
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOVING ARTISTS
I7UUNISIIKD Rooms to let,
. soulliwesl corner of
l'niirbbowl nml llcrcti.uiu
.trrels, would be veiy rouvciiient lor
small family. 255 Cm
Ivan E. Mokowaski,
A.vij Manv OriiERH.
171 N E White, IJlnck, Blown und Green
. Mian, c.tra go id quality Sp.ir
Siilor llH, Polk i Dotted ltibbm,
Now (llnghiims. Men s fine Straw llat.
Embroidery Luces, just received nt
Fiidiel's Lciding .Millinery House und
will be opened up for display in a few
days. 331 3t
IVf R. DODD li.is jiut rec6ived ev
ItJL ' Umatilla" another lot of thai
' PHILADELPHIA LAUKIt BEER"
in kegs, which hu is ofTcr'nig "to his
customers. II 13 1 w
'JiRY McUariliyTciidtri 3l8tf
Ci.aua Louisi: Kkli.ocui,
?- JVIUSIO IUl--fcrX-:JiN7
Polo Agents for the Hawaiian Llauds.
gfF" Call, or wiitc for Catalogues. 1121 lm
COITAGE and PrimUcs
on l-nuiia s'reel. ut h rea.
soiinlilr figure. Atinlv to
J. M. -lON'SARUAT, '
1 Cartwright's Block. Merchaat at.
FOR SA.LE or LEASE
HOUSE and Premises nt
Iwilei, Honolulu liouc
contain three l.irue and two
aumll room" and hall and a. lnrc at lie.
OotUgc with three rooms on the pre
uilscs; cook and bub-house. Stable
with three f tails nml carriage house;
simile and fruit Ircpn on the'p-cmisos.
Apply to J. M. MON3ARKAT,
Cut writ-lit Block, Merchant tfU
Uidrr at McCarthy's.
Burmese Cheroots & Mian Tea
A CONSIGNMENT of Uiirmc c Che.
roots. rilrcU Irom Ilnlrom. also n
few boxes Indian Tei. for nhi it
J. C. BROWN A CO.,
8.T5 1w .3 M.rclrint htreet.
. is utiihoriztd
J. Cartwrlght, Esq ,
lo act for me under
full power of ntifirnciy during my ah
sei.ee from tho Mnudnm
GEORGE O. BECKLEY.
Honolulu, Aug. -I, 18-0 Ml tw
HAD HEARD IT BEFORE.
Clerk (to his boss) Mr. Watson,
I would like permission to be absent
this afternoon. 1 have toatteiul my
Mr. Watson Certainly ,Thomas,
certainly, but wnit for me, I'm
going lo take in mat uasebau game
myself this afternoon.
Chautauqua Lake is said to be
the highest navigable water in tho
United .States, over one thousand
four hundred feet above the sea
level and 700 feet higher than Lake
The American Economist states
the cost of living in the United
States has decreased 50 per cent
while the wages of labor have in
creased .10 per cent, within the past
According to the most reliable es
timates, the population of London
is now 1,0,UU0. OI this number
900,000, or more than one-fifth, aro
In receipt of some form of pauper
There are no laundries in Paris,
the clothes being sent by train loads
intothe country and washed in the
rivers and all the crude process by
tho unaided hands of women.
THE 5aTly"bULLET 1 N -T ho
. m st jopiila' pauur publish-1.
Aitltlctal Teeth from one to an tutlre
set Insvitid on gold, idlver, nlluittir.iim
and rubber 1msci. Crown and Biidge
Win 1; a Hfi cUliy. To porwi- wo n iiitf
rubber p'ntin which nru a constant
siiirce of irritation to the mnu'h and
throat, vo would irconiinentl our l'io
phyluctlc Metul Piute. All opi-ialions
peffoniRil iu nccuril-iU'o wbh tho laient
iinnrnveiiieuts iti denial fgI-ikm. Teeth
Eumuted willmu' p.dn l.y thu usu of
tSJ-Ollleu at Old 'legloan Ilftddenro
Hotel street. EhIi.?0.8U
70 &. HI I.liic Htieet.
Horses and Cnttio Troatcd foi
f i yLrf-iE-iav.n.: ' m
1 ' lHi
g vrp.- fcilfiSI-HyifJriP
3 a -tMfc.. .iwkyixHnMH.
u ni IKl4-!l
J, K v P; PslaB
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ATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
-ID Kort street.
STORE, Etc, now occupied ty
Mr. Wolls, Grrc-r,
Bar Apply to
A. J. GAI-TWRIGIIT,
OH tf M-rutnim "tn-i-t.
Notice of Clmne in
DURI SG the at s.-iice r f Mr. C. Ylck'
Leonir, our iliituilni: Pwnnii, from
the Kingdom, M-. C Tin Mug ill uct
n Miuniglng Pirtmr f..r our Urn', and
will lnivi' ilin s.nio powers and uulhor
lly as C. Yick I.''on".
KH'llX'i II P I.UVG CO.
Dated Honolulu. A'ir. "JJ, lift).
Will utiind ut f ci vice ul
There are no Soanis in the Fire to Leak
gj-FThcro are NO LOOSE RIVETrf cuiisml by" the coiilinii.il cNpan-ion
and contractions of llio plato, thu bottom ircueniiiig a SMOOTH, EVEN
sin face which can lm easily denied.
THE EOLLOWING SIZES KEPT CONSTANTLY IN' STOCK:
(10 inches dianinter by 1(1 feet length
18 incliuj diainelerby 10 feet length
51 inches diameter by
12 inches diameter by
10 feet length
11 feet length
Residence No, HI Ala'ica Street.
1. O, UOX ll)S.
ONLY LIVE PAPER of
aolulu 'Tno Dally Bulletin."
00 cents per mouth
L Honolulu 'Tno
Eisdon Iron & Locomotive Works.
SAN FRAN "ISCO, CAL.
$fiT For juitioular, apply to
27 2m JOHN DYER, Uj0M,!,.'JiM!:t,tr.,.":I,,,,u'
lti.cono -:2-lj, Bacramentn, Sept. 15,
Pluiuui'.k; Marin was rlre.1 bjr
Qu Inn's Putchon, he by Jco. M, Put.
chun, Jr.; Mirln'sduw hv Emigrant, he
by ltilly .McCnicltcnj Hilly McCrHckvu
by McCrakfii' Ruck llnwk, 707, (the
Mro of Lady Dooley, nml of iheduiuof
Ovenunn, '-iltltO McCraekea's lll.ck
Hawk, JU7, liv Ytninnnt Hck tlHk,5;
2nd dam by Minditill's Black Hawk, he
hy Easton's llluck Hawk. Thu iIhui of
Qulitn's P-tchvn by Stockbrldge Chief,
he by Vermont lllnck Hawk, A.
It. T. Carroll of Sau Krunebco, thu
former owner of Marlu, vouehtu, iLut
out of ihlny-klx mure) served hy thU
hnreu during lib lust teuton In Call,
foruln, thlriy.llve provul iih foal.
VXVt. It. iSKXIlKItU.