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CATION, .Itiiit 7, isttO.- V
PU1SLIO SCHOOL EXAMINA
TION'S. The niinuiil examinations of the
Public Day Schools in tlm Dfotihil
of Honolulu, will lip held this year
as follow. :
schools in 'inr. i:noi,mi i,..vur.vuj:.
l)n Monday, .Inly 7th, ti C Muiuvt.
Waikik'ikai, anil Moiiiialua. Schools.
On Tuesday, .Inly 8th, ut ICainoili
ill nuil Mniiievillo Ssehooh.
On "Wednesday, July Din. at the
I'ohukniua O'nls School mill Kulihi
wuena. On TIiiiimIiiv, July 10th.nl Tort
Street .School nuil Kuulmtula School.
On Fiiday, July 11th, nl the Kiilm
hiina (Itoynl) School mid L'alihiuku
sCllOOI.s IN TDK HAWAII VN I. .t!l,.W!i:.
On Moiiduy,.lul.v Mih, at tin- Gov
ernment sjehoolhoiuc at Iviiuainhrio,
the common schools of Kaumakiipili,
Kawaiohao, 1'aitoa mid Itom.i W.
XJ T I'.IVA, WAIANAi: AMI KOOI.W-
roKo, iii.AND or iniir, as
At Mnkua, M.ni.uui on Moudivy,
At Pokai, Waiauac, on Tuesday,
At Waiawa, Kwa, ni Thursday,
At Waiahole, Koulaiipnl.o, on
Thursday, July 10th.
At Kaneohr, Kwlaupnkn, on Fri
day, July 1 1 tli.
At llakipuu, K'oolaupol.-o, on Mon
day, July 1-lth.
The exercises will begin at 0 o'clock
a. m. on each uf tho day named,
and thu hiiinini'r vacation will ex
lenil to Monday, the tithnf September
next, on which d.Ue u new toim will
begin. V. .IAS'. SMITir,
.r)7.i ::i-i:i8 ' Secretary.
Pledged to neither Hut nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 18H0.
BILLS BEFORE THE HOUSE.
A hill now hoforc the Iluusi.', in
1 induced by Representative Richard,
provides for the erection of branch
hospitals three on Hawaii, located
one eacli at Hilo, Haiuakua, and
Kona; two on ilaui to be placed
one at Wuilukii and the other at
liana; and two on Kauai, one being
at Wamiea and the other at Nawili
wili. We consider this bill a men
lire for the public good.
A bill by .Minister Thurston pio
poses to admit into the country,
Iree of duty, 'fertilize! s of cveiy
de-eriptiou, whether natural or
manufactured, applicable to the
soil, and, all materials to be us-ed
solely and cxclu-ivcly for the manu
facture c of fertilizers." Considei
ing that the couiitiy is dependent
almost solely upon agriculture, and
tiiat uiM'ieiilttiic is to si laijre extent
dependent upon fertilizers, the ob
ject of the bill seems desirable.
I'rum lfriiM ut Die l:iil. CuutliK-iii
--Till Hi J llisln. nnd tVlll l'to
vuil. 1)i:au Sue. My attention haa
been called to a circular letter is
sued by Chtis. Set Miner's Sons, but
written by llerbeit Waid, di;crdit
ing the authenticity of my latest
work, viz.: "Heroes of the Dark
Continent." To the fair and con
siderate reader of "Heroes ot the
Dark Continent," the letter appears
so ridiculous, by reason of its
many false statements and the
brazenly absiud criticism ot the
book, that no word ol defense is
necessary from mo. Hut' although
"Heroes' of IheDtuk Continent" has
readied a sale oLjJiearly iO(),onii
copies iu the six weeks that have
elapsed since its lit si appearance,
many persons may lie deceived by
the indefensibly 'untair. guerrilla
like letter which the Serlbners arc
scattering so genet oasly ow-r the
land. Mr. Ward says,' he never
heard of me! Well, having been in
the wilds of Africa so long, this ig
norance may be excused, but his
wilful perversion of facts cannot be
ho easily nardonetl. - Who is
Ward? A good fellow, no doubl, in
his way. He was employed as a i
representative of the Congo l'ren ;
States Association for sovcral years,
and while acting in this capacity ho
engaged with Stanley and accom
panied the great explorer, ns fur as
(Jambuya Camp, fiom which post
he deserted directly after the death
of Uarttelot. In proof of this state
ment I submit tho following ex-
tract front n letter written hy
Stanley, August !'pth, 1M, ad
dressed to the chairman of the.
Emiu i'ashu Relief Committee, and
published in full in "Heroes of the
Dark Continent." After lelnting
the terrors of his march from Kn
vnllis back to Ugarrowas in scaiuh
of the rear eolnnin, which had been
loft in charge of ilurttelot, Jameson
and Ward," Mr. Stanley says: "1
found tlm rear column a terrible
wreck; out of 2o7 men there, were
only 71 leinaining. L him'
not the lieait to go into detail-,
many, many of whieli are incredi
ble, and, indeed, 1 have not the.
time for, excepting Mr. ltoiuiy, I
have no one to assist me in recog
nizing the expedition. " For
instance, I left Yninbuya with only
a short campaigning kit, leaving my
reserve ot clothing and personal ef
fects hi charge ot the otlicer. In
December some deserters fioin the
advance column reached Yninbuya
to spread the repoit thai I
dead. They had no papers with
them, hut the olllecrs seemed to ac
cept the report of these Ojeseiteis as
a fact, and in January Mr. Ward,
at an ollleer' meas meeting, pro
posed that my instruction should
ho cancelled. The only one who
appears to have dissented was 3fr.
Runny. Accordingly, my pergonal
kit, medicines, soap candles and
'provisions weic sent down the
Congo as superfluities. Thus, of
making this immense pcrsoual sacri
fice to relieve them and cheer them
up. 1 lind myself naked nnd depriv
ed of even tiio uccp:iiie-j ot life iu
Africa. " Kurtunatoly, not
one of my olllecrs will envy inc. for
their kits are intact it was only
myself that was dead "
The above is verv strong lan
guage; whether wananted or not,
1 leave the public to judge. It is a
fact, however, that M r. I'miny ie
niained true to his chief, while Mr.
Ward Hartlelot having been killed
anp Jameii dying in the meantime
at Hangala was recreant.
Mr. Waid declares that Mr. Stan
ley's oliicers had given their pro
mise, whether upon oath or not T do
not know, thai they would publish
no particulars of their own in con
nection with the Kiuin J'asua Relief
Expedition until six months after
the date of his own ollici.il report.
Now. if 31 r. Ward considers .Mr.
Stanley 'r letteis as an "olllcial" ro
poit (which they certainly me) then
he. has has not violated his obliga
tion. Hut it, on the other hand, he
consider- the promise as binding
until Mr. Stanley's own book makes
its appearance (which lie impliedly
does), then he has shamefully be
trayed both his trust ami his pledge.
Mr. Waul wrote letter after letter to
Joseph Hattoii. who sent them
promptly, with notes thereon, to I lie
London Illustrated News. In these
letters 3Jr. Ward described every
thing connected with the expedition
from the lime of his engagement
with it until the disasteis which over
whelmed the rear column appeared
to justify him in abandoning the
remnant and proceeding to ItangaU,
and fioin thence to England. These
are the letters I used in "Heroes of
the Dark Continent'' in making up
my history ot the rear column, and
I gave the fullest, credit to Mr.
Ward for all of them iu my book.
Will Mr. Ward assert tlyit "my his
tory of the rear column is not coi
rect? If he should do so, it would
be to pronounce his own descrip
tions "The wildest flights ot imagi
nation." 31 r. Ward, pronounces, "among
other abstudilies" my account of n
rhinocerous hunt onthe Aruimi River
iu which Major lhuttelot "llgnres
some what prominently iu i lie air."
In answering this it is only neces
sary to nay that iu liir. excitement he
has inistakeu a buffalo lor a lhino
eeros, a small error, it is tmc, for
Mr. Waid to make.
Now, if the reader is qalUllcd
with the authenticity .l" my histoty
uf the tear column, yiven a-j it is in
the graphic language of Mr. Ward
himself in letters which lie will ad
mit the genuineness of, I hope to
be equally successful in puning thu
uhnoluto authenticity of my history
of tlie advance column, under tlm
command of 3Ir. Stanley hlmelf.
Mauley, as nearly every reader
knows, was sent, out to icscui' Einin
Pnslia b a committee of English
gentlemen who subscribed SloO.OOO
to cover the expense of the enter
prise. Sir Wm. MacKinnon, 1'icsi
dent of the R'itish Eat Alrica Co".,
was made I'resideiit ot the commit
tee. The expedition was icaly as
much n commercial as it was a'pliil
aulhiopic undertaking, as you will
herealter see. Mr. Stanley was
thurefoie practically iu the employ
of what was called tlic "Emm
l'aslm Relief Committee."
Tn this capacity ho made his ro
poits to Sir Win. MacKinnon. lie
accoidingly sent letters and dis
patches to 'l his gentleman from every
station on his route. Iu them he
not only describes his journey, its
pleasures as well as harrassments,
but nlso liis adventures with wild
animals and savage peoples, which
letters were invariably read at called
meetings of the Royal Geographical
Society. All of these letters and
I reports, about tliirtv iu number, and
coverinc the maiu features of the
expedition from its anival at the
uiouth of the Cotmo until the return
to Zanzibar, weic, by special ar
rangement my correspondent hav
ing been sent to London lor the
purpose obtained fiom the London
Times which was a .subset iber to the
expense of the expedition, ami
placed in my hands,
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.,
In addition to the foregoing, the
full and authentic correspondence
of Emln 1'nslm and of Mr. McKon
uic. a missionary in Cential Afiica.
was placed at my disposal, from all
of whieli sources I hae irathered
material for "Heroes of the Dark
naterial for "Heroes of the Dark
Joiitiucnt," thereby being enabled I
o present a more complete account
if llip fivnnilit.ion thnn mi-. Stanlev
of the exncdition than Mr. Stanley
himself will be: for you must know I
that the expedition was divided, one
i.i t...:....t..n ,.M, i.. '
,m. u ,.5 .... ...... ....J .. V..V.V...1. , .
under llaittelot, and aid, and the I
Incidents and adventures which be
fell this tiaitof the command could
only be given by Ward and ltonny,
the .sole survivors. Therefore, while
I have all ol' Mr.' Stanley's letters t
fro... his own pen, I have in addition
thereto, the nai tieuhirs of that nnit
of the command which Stanley knows
nothing about except through report,
and tlie authenticity of which I
challenge 3Ir. Ward to deny.
Rut 'while asserting,, n'tid thus
ptovlug, t licit. I have given si thor
oughly' elitiblc history of Stanley's
cxped'ilion for the relief of Einin
I'asha, this is only one of the several
valuable departments of "Heroes of
ihe Dark Continent." As the lilllo
fmptlcs the ,url: is devoted to the
whole of Africa and to tlie many
heroes who lmvo won lame by explor
ing all ili regioiH, from the cape to
the, Mediterranean, and from the
Atlantic Coast to it eastern bonier,
and coveiing a history of the conti
nent from Ihe time of Ilininoto that
"Heroes of the Dark Continent"
Joes not coittlicl with Stanley's own
book which I hail with pleasiue.
The preparation for "Heroes" was
begun long befoio Mr. Stanley's ic
turn, and was written to supply a
need for a reliable history ot Africa,
and Stanley's expedition was added
to thu book only to make the history
complete. No one can wish .Mr.
Stanley a more liberal leward for
the saeiilices he has made and tlie
grand result he accomplished, than
i. I low well I have succeeded in
my undertaking the public has de
clared bv a demand for the book
which was ueer equalled.
I .1. W. liu.i..
Vowi'll's lisigg'itgo Express.
AS. POUT'LI.. fin nierh- empln.Hwl
t) at lhiliiu l'Vcil Co. fin several
years, luxln gone into the haulage
expi-W'j liitsiiii's-., -tillclls patron it;e,
Utaml. comer of Kliifr ami IJuil.-!
Streets. Oilier eau lie I'-fl ut Young
Naps chjar tanil. It.iggago ilelhoietl
with pnniqilne-i- and cirn- to any pint
I WILL nut lie i-e-pon!li!e for any
bills against Hie Steamer ''Aka
mai'' iinle--. iiiciu-ii-il liv my wiilten
oiiler. (i. f. t'ASTLi:.
Honolulu, .Tune 7. lb't't. .17.1 tf
E(JC;S for SETTINfi.
FltOAf rinest lticd Rrown I.rghnrn
1'owU. ..l per ilni ii. Apph to
At J. T. WateitiotisoS emekuiy store,
'Jiu-en tiett. " fi7'.' tw
Kdilii IVr SKTTINfJ.
PAR'l'li:sili.K,liini5 of impi mint; the
Iireetl of ilieir foul can ptoeuie
J'iiu.- I'l.imoiuli ltuc); T'gg- tor 'Citing
at Lewis v Co.. 1'ort -treei. The Lggi
are not Imported and emii ipieiitly
stale, lint are taken li-esh riuui llie nest
iu Kipiliiihi Jt.inch, wlierii tlic cm he
Inspected ami juiirautei tl. " .17'J lw
iha A NK'KI.Y I'liniliheil
?,?? - '"1""l Jtonni. at No. I
BKJKESia Ail tins l.ane. .ri70 1v
TO LET or LEASE
, - rpjIK ltesldPiiee of Ml-. A.
t'l King St., mti',1. Notfs stiiie.
JO KENT or LEASE
THAT desirable Pieinl-es
Lti I m X?ii't kiintf- tn tliit
1 'Melneriiv Mock.'1 recent I v
oeeiipiuil by J. N. i. Williams, hiiititblc
for tilllee or store. I'Vir liifnriiiiitlou
appTy to ollict: Uulmi Iron Worl:.-.. K-,-planade,
.'.1ii 1 in .I..N, S. WILLIAMS.
JJU.IjL for ALI:.
. A ITNK'-'-'YearOldlliil-
K-.v'i -lebl-lei-ey Hull,
WOV.VjSfrem Woodhiwn Dulrv
-Aysu4i -I,l'Ki (olor Pl.ieU auO
ViW-SSKl while: vitv tniii..: ml.fil
Al .Maklki Waterworks.
1 k") VOLl'.MLs line.i, ulop.nlhi Hrltan
.1 rCi nlcn. Moiiiivii botiml, In goml
ciiinlliion, iicvi'i' tt-eil. Applv at tills
otlleis ' r,7-j tf
UitAl'KS FOlt SALE!
("1 JJAPES in ijiiantllies to suit, cut
T fre.-h tioin the lm at T. CiNt
ley's. Tort .in-et; .1 pumiils tm hi, ain,
time after D o'clock .v. l. .V!;i t'l'
FOIi SALE C11EAI
4 COMPJ.KTKnii'llr fur m:il;lii anil
i. iilsiienlng earhniiiirerl lievor.igis,
all in good onler. Athlrcvs
.-.111 ;',m Waliihlmi, Hawaii.
MHS. MONIIOK, Iu.li.i4 riiioe, hr.s
Kttnnveil to No :i, Kukiii lane.
l Udiolumub, pint-ly local iiihUi.-i
Mulled to feielgn countries, if 3 per
Auction Sales by James 1?, Morgan,
, , -, -t .
i ' IftVfill fli mPOfl tflP
UlUUllJl Oil UiUU
' have ivconed bistiiicllons fioin Mm
j ,,-t innvi.KK. to tell at
On WEDNESDAY, June 1 Bill,
AT l!i O'CLOCK .VmiX,
M "tables at ivw of the mtlee of J. 1.
1st. The Thompson Mare Kiily,
In Koal to Venture.
This Mare va formeily tlie- propel ly of
Auiasa 1'rall. K"i.. null I- one ot
the tlnest ihlvbig M.H-ee in the
2d, The Belmont Mare Nelly,
With 4 Month Old Coll hy Veutme.
Nelly li btoken to harness, is a splen
did nnliual. kind and gentle, anil
can be ibiveii hy a lady with per
3d, i Boswell Colt,
Nearly :tYoav Old.
Has b-'cu hnndlud. and U a Hue ani
4tli, I Ivanhoe Colt,
11 Mnathi Old.
6th. 1 Venture Colt,
3 Y.-avs Old.
Ili'iikeu lo harness. The finest 'oil
' evil- nffeJVil lit ailetloli.
'llie Auctioneer call -pceln sitten
tlon to lids s.de of nliialile s-Iih-I;.
Iiehig the lluel and most tervle.-iihle
lot of Stock ottered at miction. The
Hois-es cm be seen at the re-hV-iice of
Mr. J. V. Howler, King ytreor.
1ST L'oi fiullKii- paitieiil.n i apply to
1AS. F. MOliCJAX,
Subscription Bail !
The slel, and Iti-llef l-iuiij of the De
partment haiug hecoiite deplctnl In
consequence of the many tcmpoi.-iry a
well as pcimaiieut calN'fnr lelieflhe
llepai'tuieni hn- iiutlmrted tlm gl -lug
BALL and DANCE
m iik iim.n at iiii;
Way Eveiiliig, June 10,
CommonclnK Rt B u'clouk.
TICKKTN, : : : 1 )
Adulttlr- Ojh (liutleiartu i. Little-.
Aie tor s'de af the honkxtores and of
the iillleeivi of the dllfereut compaiiii'-.
SITUATION as dilwr. can dilvelwo
to tour hornc.1, or, will lake cine
of horses and do clioic. Can lead .iihI
write IhiKlUli and I'oituijiiese. Applv
at thN olllci!. " ;,' tt'
A POSITION a? Head Limit on a
i V plantation by a man of lone, ex
cellence on thesf) Islitnili. I'ncKcej)-
iinuauie reieicuee-. AUilre- "J. una,'
BV a Kospeetiilile Mldille-aged Man,
with a lir-al little home n hi- own,
and u good portion with a i-alaiy of
ijL'lHi a uinuth, an opportunity ol enrres
pondlug with an hoiici. "Indiistiloiis
woiuiiu, with a view to iniiliinumy.
Addte"! .Malrbuoiiv," Uri.i.nTi.s Of
llee; -11 lw
A OOI. I) fJloe lliittoncr marked
i: N." Delivery hj llndei will
be iiwvurdeil h Paul Nemiiimti.
DUAPT No. 4fi fur $yn, diawn on
Castln A- Cooke, bv K. A. Hald
wlubifaor of A. 1). Ualdwlu. Pay
ineut lias been stopped. Pli'ii'ii return
toO. O. llerj.,er. .170 lw
" Stock Cftrlificntc lTo&tT"
AT It. Alex. Meltryde jjlves noilee that
i?JL eenillcale ol .stock In Ihe Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co, No. 251,
dated January 11, isfiti, In hit iavor, has
been )ot, and pcrons are hcietiy
warned nj;niiiBr negotiating the s-amc.
Any infoinmllon icspecllng Ihlscertili
ratu should bo sent to Jlr. Slcllryde, or
to Thuo. II. Pavlcs & L'o. in 2v
JUNE 7, 1800.
icry Kor full particulars apply to
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Milk Hi tad.
Ml Wfc W
in ai Saloon Bread, Jiiln, mm Siaps, Goffce dbm, i., Bin.
gjer nd will be IL'LlVKKi:i) KltlCi: of CHAItCIK to any pint of Ihe city, gg)
JJII.,IJ of FAUM:
Cull'i-e, Tea, Chocolate &. Milk,
.'intifed Pig's Keel, Cold Hani,
Spiced Tongue, Spieid llei.f, Salmli-, Ktc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA . AMERICAN CIGARS !
Pi'ito & rinrciio Tobacco, JMjhh, Cigar & OIareHo Holders, Cold Drinks, Etc.
g&" Open fiom S l!0 a. m. itiilil W.:i0r. ji. S.iluiday nigbl, open all night. Hell Telephone '.282.
Mutual Telephone -II. J'ot Ollic.c Ihix 178. .17 ;,,,
-r'"'f'."',l.,'"""l""""""" "--""' ' ' mimwii n. imiH.-jJ.'ija mii .nin.ii , iinm mii.iii mum,
itcau cj?a a n tpttzmhtna n Bstita Hei&tc.rn . tm c-:-. m
B. m ai ! n
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAIIILLA & IRON WATER,
fiiipr Ale, Hop Me, Greaaflmc, Rartmyafle, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Walefs, Etc.
JEtjy All conttuiiiiicatlonK ami onl(rs should hn addroHsod lb
880 1 m
tsiT- Cur Xew Artoljpe lllu-tiateil
l'ai:.lniiie -sent flee on application.
I H KI"TTfiK KT,
Man I'i iiiiett.c.e. : : '.ttll'oiiiiii.
For BRoliaiBii & HoiigRom
Tlie A 1 Kl.-nnihlilji
Will leave Honolulu lor tin: above pruts
on or nl, out
R)' For I'leijjht nr puNtgt, liiviiig
M'prrlni euli'n ami tle.'i.ige i.ccoiiniio
chilli, U), iipjily to
YTm. U. IP.W1N & Co.,
Wl id AkciiIb
Electricity is Lifo !
VfAXV persons lliul a moderate ap
11 plleatlon of Electricity Uenelleial.
Kleclilelty sonietlmeH eiues and nearly
always liencilt.s Uhcumutl.-ni, Neuralgia.
IndiKestloii, Klu.. and aeM like a tonie
and Is very beiii'llcial In ease of (icneral
On Quctm Street,
And m' an Kleetrlc Shock by droppln;'
a Nichol in the slot. Can be regulated
to suit the delicate as well asthestrone;.
Them is nlo one of these Kleetrlc
Machine" at Young Nap'-, comer of
h'hignitilllelhel itUM't. ."ol liu
? "W f
tip ' 2liS
t WsT a ow 2
LSSUKD HY TIIK
l n .
OF NEW "ST'OK.Xv
: : : :
ItSCISACUJ A. .laet'SJSJijy, SVcHlilotif.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OUDRT!
Buns, Rusks, Doiighntiis, Picnic Rolls,
A t.AHOi: ARKOltTMIINT Ol'
-MAN URACTUKEUS OF
J) B V laBlalllSa B K3 aBWri m
n n n n ununn rt
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
FIGURED INDIA SILKS!
TIIK LAIU.KST and MOST COMI'LKTK STOC1C OK
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
1& - - I'atlcrns alike. Kahbionable nref.snial.ing upalairs jtj!
WUhotil a ltlvnl
Otio-lhird tho Prica of tho
jtatf" A Saving of IU Per Cent in Co.l
.lluiiuruetiu'cil Il.Mii'eiiHiy Vol-
T. H. DAVIES & CO,
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have olllee hours from 8 to !
a. m. and l to d p. .m at. No. :):i
Ileretania, between Port and Ximiinu
directs. Mutual 'I'elephone Xos. 'Mi
'"id I7(i. ;7n lm
Dr. A. . CAIITISK
HAS removril Ids ofllco lo No. .1:1
lierelijiitii, between Poll and
Xiuianuslreei!,.'.' Olllee hours'! tMiinio
11 a. .M., and 2 to 4. anil 7 to S p. ji,
Miittml Telephone No, yi)2, r.;o lm
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Khoolly Onii kcjn,
PI A I
uttaMHttj a TV V? ft? Si N
W9 ,wn I
-A. yen i&.
Chas. J, FISMSL'S,
Leading Milbneiy Hou.se, Coiner Foil t Hotel tn.
in Price Si'Qualiiy !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and Quality the Vmy p,,.6
HENKY DAVIS & CO.,
Inclusive Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands.
Union See Co.
I.. O. ABLKB, Manacor.
Fort Street, : Iloiioitilu.
Aro uow preparoJ to ilisllver Ico to any ,ait
of tic City,
'Hie packing !m,i shipment of country
ordcis vill icceive inoit careful iilien'
tlou. All of our lee is manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by ilia Hyatt Pino Water Co. Filler,
which Is univeivallv acknowledged to
be the best (liter made.
Packages of Putter. Ciaine, Klh,
.Meats, Ktc., received tor wild siniage
in our Pcfrlgeraliug Pooni-, at mode
K3s Ico for sale at the Factory at anv
hour, day or night. r(i:i n'u
OX iieeoiiu! of ill health Or. ,T. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. K 1
Huteldnsoil to lake charge of Ids olllee
until his return. .117 tf
NOTICE. " """"
Dl'ItlNO my absence from Ihe Klii"
dom ,L lloilng, Km. holds my
jinwer of attorney.
K. S. CUX1IA.
llonnhilu, Mav 111, lfifO. jnu aw