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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1892.
July ' 1
Oer bk Paul lsmiljcrf Wolters, Ua' da
f l dill San Fr.uicisi'o
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmi-W G Hall f.-rMaui and Hawaii at
10 a in
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PQitt.
11 li M S C'liampinii. from lqniinalt
U S ri t-au KiiiueUco, .Rear-Admiral
ltrown. ft oiu San l)ii'i;i)
Am bkinu l'lanter, Dow. IroinSan Kran
oisco Am sclir Aloha, .Johnson, finin Sail
Am sulir Alice Cooke, I'enhallow, from
)au hk J G hot, Nelon, from Hon
duras Hi it hk Sumatra from Newcastle. X S V
The poll' oner Idliu lias had her tnii
tiimmed leady fur joitif; to -ea on Sat
The Danish hark J G Iotz i bein';
overhauled and le-paiuteil previous to
boinj; moved out into thu nti'eam.
It is n ported that the steamer Wai
aleale will be laid up in the .-treain when
she returns fiom her present trip to
The bteamer Pele which arrived yes
terday evening from Kauai did not biin
her ii 1H1.1 ciiifji) of snyar, eoii'cii lently
she will have a load on hr next nip.
The steanier Hawaii ha come off the
dry dock after undergoing a general
oiorhauling. The Hawaii will resume
her regular trips to llamakua on Mon
day. Tlie sailing of the Iiritish bark Veritas
for Port 'I ow nsend was delayed from
yestei day until to-day, owing to a lack
of men. At 5 o'clock yesteiday after
noon two desciting sillor.s were return
ed to the ve.el by Olllcer Aiwohi and
The (iuimiin hark Paul Isenherg, Uapt
WoUers, arrived this morning llja days
fiom San Kranci-co with a caigo of gen.
cral merehaudi-e consigned to II llaek
feld & (Jo, and docked at llrewer's
whaif. The Iscnbmg, it seemed, has
redeemed tier sailing capacities, as she
made a long run ot thirty-six days on
her last trip to San Francisco
YOUNG In Alameda, Clal., June L'O,
18!)2, tu thu wife of L. G. Youug,
1 " ' ll'A ' '
TO THE GREAT MOUNTAIN.
The steamer W. G. Hall leaving
to-niorrow at 10 u'ulot?k will carry an
excursion party lo the Volcano and,
3 lias been arranged by tlio Volcano
llou&e Company, tor nn extended
trip to Hie top of Manna hoa, a won
der seldom visited, owing to the in
convenience of ascending the mount
ain. The price for the round trip
has been fixed at $100, including
steamer fare, animals, guides, blan
kets, lood and all expenses. Tins is
one chance in a thousand of witness
ing Kiliuiea, the greatest wonder in
tne world, and its no less wonderful
neighbor "Mauna Loa." The party
will return on the Iviuau on July 27.
Mr. J. P. JSIaixo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks, of pnunuoniu while in the
northern pari of that stale during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Jluoietu. Mr. lllaize had occasion to
ill ive several miles during the htorin
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour utter his return he
was threatened willi a severe case of
pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. lilaize
bent to the nearest ding store anil
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Hcniedy, of which he bail often
heard, and took a number of huge
doses. IIo say8 the effect was won
derful and that in a short time, he
was breathing quite easily, lie kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Dos Moines,
Mr. Ulaize regards his cine us simply
wonderful. Kilty cent bottles for
bide by all dealers, lleiuon, Smith
ii Co., Ageute.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
To-Mointow will bo thu l.tct day tor
paying water rn en.
Diamond II had, a n. in. Weather
cloudy, wind fie-h northeast.
Mil. P. U'stillivtui Ims boon ap
pointed mumiuci- of lliu Pantheon
'I'm: Australia will -nil for Sin
I'r.niei-eo on U'ediii'fdiiy instead uf
Tuesday next week."
i .1. Lkviiv will bold a liindlurtl'H
iile of ariieles tnken by ilMrniut. fin
rent at lOu'cl'iuv in iniuiuw morning
.Mils. J. (J. (Jam. nit! family will
h-iive by iliu Ausir.lia ih-ki v- ek, In
line1 Mi. li.ill in au Piauei-en ami
tbiiii gn in S.icranieiiH) lo m..ke their
(JovKii.Nin.xr i 111 !, i lie principal
hu-ino-s biiuc. ami iw.i banks clu-eil
at noun to day out of respect to the
late A. .1. Carlwrighl, whose uncial
lakes place this afternoon.
CiiAlti.u: Peterson, the lookout at
Diamond Head wishes the Btn.i.r.TiN'
to statu that Hon. P. Neumann did
not pay him a visit Sunday, as re
ported on .Monday morning by the
.1. F. Moiuian will bold an unction
sale of household furnitute at the res
idence of Piof. M. M. Scott mi Fort
stieot at 10 o'clock to-inorruw. '1 lie
furniture comprises an elegant bouse
Tiik new Hawaiian ship Helen
Brewer is one hundred days out to
day from Glasgow for Honolulu, and
the Hawaiian ship Hawaii. in Isles is
ninety-six days out fiom Swansea for
Tuitui: esses of ebe fa playing
against tbiee Chinamen were not
prosecuted in the Police Court this
morning, for non-sullicienl evidence.
Tlie authorities lind it a difficult task
to collect convicting evidence.
Tiik bark Forest Queen, which was
to have left San Frain-iseo on July 9th
for Honolulu, will bring tlie news of
Ihe trial of Illinois Wise, colored, in
that city for the minder of the China
man found in the baibor. Hearing
was to be bad on July Stb.
Tin: funeral of tlie Into Miss Cath
erine Honour took place this morning
from St. Andrew's Cathedral, many
sympathizing friends being pies
cnt. The Kev. Alex. Mackin
tosh read the sci vice and two In inns
weie sung by the choir of the Second
Congregation. 'Ihe iiitcnu"i)t was in
Mit. L. (i. Young, superintendent
of the dredge, wears a beaming smile
and lias a pleasant wmd for every
body since Ihe ii.'iival of the Austra
lia. Mr. Young received a letter in
foiiniug him thai bis wife bad given
birlh to two bouncing baby boyh, who
at latest accounts weie doing well.
The happy father is anxious to see
To-day is the bundled and tliiid
anniversary of tlie Fall of the Basiilo
Governor Clegborn, Hon. S. P.nker,
Minister of Foieign Atl'.iirs, and the
Diplomatic and Consular Corps
called on the acting French Com
missioner, Moiih. Vizavona, lo
pay their respects on the occasion.
Tee French flag has tbo position of
honor on the U. S. flagship San Fran
cisco. ADVERTISING NOTES.
C. .1. McCaiitiiy has lois on hililia
stieet for sale. 3-tf
A notick to debtors appears from
Mrs. 10. Balebeliir.
Afti;k shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
StiNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, lieuson, .Smith it Co.,
Tiik Brunswick billiaid parlors are
the most elegant pleasure ie.-ort in
"Wiikkk shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
Dnucioub codec and cboeolato will
bo served every morning early at tbo
Palace Ice Cieain Parlois, hudwigsen,
it Cron, Hotel street. 1-if
Chas.T. Gulick has been appointed
in place of 1'ierru Jones as a Commis
sioner of Privato Ways and Water
Bights for the District of Kona, O.iliu.
HusTAOi: it Co. will sell Algeroba
Firewood at $11 a cord cash delivered
free between the following limits:
Punchbowl, School and l.iliba bticets.
Diikssmaki.no, Cutting and Fitting
done ut ladies' bouses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, TA Here
lauia btieet, or Mutual telephone ()'.)(!,
belore 8 a, in. or fi :!J0 p. m. 8-lliu
Dit. I.cLknna.n has removed to
Alakea blreet, opposite tboY.M.C.
A. hall, picmisfs lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Ollice hours,! to 12,
1 to d and eveniuge 0 to 7. Sundays:
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 197, Mutual,
I. 0. 0. F.
The following are the elected and
installed olllcers of Kxcelsior Lodge
No. 1, J. O. O. 1, for the current
IC. Uingley, N. G.
W. C. Parke, V. G. .
h. L. ha Pierre, .Secretary.
J. M. Oat, Treasurer.
I Melntyro, Warden,
M. N. Kennedy, Conductor.
Savidge, 11. H. N. G.
Wray Taylor, L. S. N. G,
T. Wright, It. h. V. G.
W. Hoss, h. S. V. G.
Alex. Mackintosh, Chaplain,-
A. M. Melhs, K. H. S.
G. h. Dull, h. H. S.
G. Johnson, I, G.
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-'-'3
1 columns of iiileiertliig reading
matters. Mailed to foreign uouutiies,
$5j Islands 4.
TitL'itsDAY, July M, 1892.
.11 Tll.lll Nfllllll.
The A"SL'iubly convened at 10
o'eb etc. Prayer by the Chaplain.
Iti'iitliug of minutes of previous meet
ing, Nbich weie uppHiwd u read.
Noble William- Ir-nn ihe Pr nling
L'lMiiiui tee leported Bills piinted.
Mnd-ter W iileuianu le) irled on a
pi i Hi u Irniii KiuMibae praxiou' that
ii .Money O dec olll -e be es uhli-dicd
ilii'ie, aid prctciiieil a lettei lion
ihe P.stmater G-'tieial -tiling that
Ihe mallei wn now In in eoii-,ideud.
Hi p. ul accepled.
Rep. lo-epa fiom a special com
mittee having c-oiwideratiuu of Hill
No. 2G relative to the apportionment of
tlie Fourth and Fifth Electoral Dis
tricts of Maui. The committee re
commended that the bill pass.
Rep. Smith pointed out some errors
in the construction of the bill and it
was on motion re-referred to the com
mittee for amendment.
Rep. Nawabi presented a minority
report from the Committee on Ways
and Means on Hill No. 33. The
member considered that the present
dull condition of business did not
vsarrant the increase of duties on
articles which would be used by the
general public. Report tabled for
consideration with majority report on
Rep. Kapaliu offered resolutions
(1) that S.'IOO be appropriated for
building a Courthouse at Punaluii,
Hawaii. Tallied for consideration
with the Appioprialion Hill. (2)
That S800 be appropriated to pay
Mrs. R. K. L. King alleged land
damages for laud taken at llonokaa,
Hawaii. To Committee on Public
The same member presented ques
tions to the Attorney-General relative
to, (1) The number of deserting
sailors captured and returned during
tlie year last past. (2) The num
ber of police olllcers engaged in the
Rep. Bipikanc under suspension of
tlie rules pieseuted pe'itions: (1)
From 7-1 residents of Honolulu that
10,000,000 in paper currency be
issued. To Committee on Finance.
(2) That light cases of leprosy be
returned tiom Molokai to Kalibi and
Mr. Lowell be allowed to treat Mieni.
To Sanitary Committee.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox asked permis
sion ot tlie Assembly to withdraw the
resolution presented by him and
which was tlie Order of the Day for
this day, viz. : That a committee of
live members of the Assembly be ap
pointed lo visit Washington to in
quire into matters relative to the
cession of Pearl Harbor.
The member considered that no
business of so important a nature
should be transacted while the pre
sent Cabinet was in oflice.
Noble Neumann said that if such
was the reason for the withdrawal he
would oppose leave being granted.
If it was desired to withdraw on ac
count of the resolution being impro
perly before the Assembly or on ac
count of defects in construction he
would favor the request.
Rep. Robert Wilcox said that the
reason was as stated by him. It was
important that the measure be dis
cussed before a Cabinet having the
confidence of the people.
Noble Macfarlane regretted very
much that the resolution could not
be discussed on its merits. The
action of tlie member from Waialua
showed plainly that he was aware
that the resolution would be indefi
nitely postponed if it was presented
to tlie House and that without much
dibcussion. We dud that the mem
ber from Watalua having lost the
confidence of the native Hawaiians
desires to withdraw his resolution.
The action was an acknowledgment
that he has no longer that power
which he formerly possessed. De
sired that it go on record that he op
posed the withdrawal but desired the
discussion of Hie matter, so that an
expression of sentiment could be
presented against the faction which
the resolution represented, and which
taction was endeavoring to engineer
something through that was opposed
by the community.
The remainder of this morning's
report is deferred for want of spa -e.
Mr. Wilcox was allowed to withdraw
his resolution. At noon the House
adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning out of respect lo the
memory of A. J. Cartwrigbt.
REVIVED TOURIST TRAVEL.
By the last Australia an extra edi
tion of the "Paradise of the Pacific, "
paid for by members of the mercan
tile community, was forwarded to
Mr. L. Cockroft, the passenger agent
of the Oceanic Steamship Co. This
gentleman called to his aid the
various sub-agents of the company
and a quick distribution, in various
towns, was made of the paper. As
a result Mr. Cockroft writes that
"the present list of the Australia
you will see is between fifty and
sixty, which is very fair for this sea
son of the year. We have a good
many bookings for the Alameda on
the 22ud lust , and some are also
being made for the Australia on the
3rd prox. The Pa-radise of the Paci
lic, a local institution and aided by
local entei prises, is giving a good re
turn to the community if not to the
Miss Maiiv Lvi.i:, lately book-keeper
with HgaiiitGiinn, is ;-epnred t lu
Mcnugrapliint; and type-writing at
moderate rales. Graduate of Ilea Id's
liii-iiiess College, San Pinncieco.
Oilieo with C. 'J. McCiuthy, Ilfi .Mer
chant atieot. 2-iui
HI.'. IW l.l..U Mli !. I N...i
Tlir it 1 1 Chliii-me
III ANIIU14 t
Co f n Juilaineiit
HllltM 1 . til i Pmli-o
Owing to n decision filed in tho
Supreme Court yesterday by the
Court in banco, the Marshal was em
powered to nerve civil processes for
debt on iliu six Chinese Lau Chen,
Chiiii! Ing Mow, Man Choi, Chum
Hiug, Chun Chen II ng and Wong
II nig detained on Hie schooner
Transit by Lie Collector of Customs
fur having no pasxpmts. 'This morn
ing in the Police Court Lau Chen
coiile-"eil lining S8." on a piointssoty
ip to made Jauiiii'-i 1, lo Foug Kee;
Chun: Ing M w eonli'sseil owiii. 810
on demand note to liak Lung Cliong
Co., made Jan li; Man Choi con-fc-M-d
O'Wiig SI.'iO to Chang G in on
demand note in -de Jau l.'i; Cliuuu
lluii! owned up to u.d ducdncss to
Lee Sen of S12o on demand note
made Feb. lo ; Chung Chen Hong
oned Chun Pat S75 on demand note
made Feb. 0; Wong Hong owed
Chang Sing $50 on demand note
made June lo. In addition to the
amounts confessed as owing by the
differeut defendants were attorney's
commissions and costs of Court. No
interest on the moneys was charged.
ISaeli and every defendant stated in
Court that he hud gone to San Fran
cisco to collect money with which to
settle the debts. 'The Court on the
statement found that tin re was cause
for the warrant of arrest.
W. R. Castle and J. A. Magoon
appeared for the plaintiffs.
Tin I'earl lliirliiir lli-Hiiliitlun Nti-onc-ly
An enthusiastic mass meeting was
held in tlie old Armory on Queen
street yesterday evening. The meet
ing was called by the "Aloha Aina
Oiaio" (true patriotic) Hawaiian.
The meeting was called for 7:30
o'clock, but long before that time
crowds of people were awaiting tlie
Speeches were made by Represen
tatives J. M. Koahou, G. P. Kamau
oba, G. S. Nabinu, J. A. Akina. J.
K. losepa, Jos. Nawabi, and a Mr.
Kane of Kauai. Rep. A. Kaulii of
Ewa and Waianae rpfused to make
auy remarks, but stated his convic
tions were idem ical "with the senti
meiit of the meeting.
'The gist of tlie remark' made by
the bon. members ot the LeizUIature
wa- to ihe effect that for no consider
ation whatever would an inch or Ha
waiian territory be ceded to America.
Some of tlie speakers were of tlie
opinion that the autonomy of the
Ilaivaiiau Islands would tie rudely
shaken and perhaps shattered should
the cession of Pearl Harbor be con
summated. Tlie different speeches were inter
spersed with loud clieeiing, which
could be heard a block away, proving
clearly Ihe sentiment of the gather
ing was strong against the cessionists.
LIABLE TO THeTaWS.
IiIh)oii In tlio CAHft or til (llii ii-ni-ICi-turucil
fi-uui W.iu FrnnrlHcii.
A decision was filed yesterday by
Ihe full court, as previously reported,
in tlie matter of the petition of Fong
Kee for a writ of mandamus against
C. H. Wilson, Marshal of the Hawai
ian Kingdom. The syllabus ot the
decision is as follows:
"The acts to regulate Chinese im
migration which prohibit the entry
into this Kingdom of Chinese without
permits, do not except such Chinese
when within tlie territorial jurisdic
tion of this Kingdom fiom authority
of its laws and the processes of its
The Chinaman involved in the
mandamus, Lau Chen, as previously
reported, is indebted to the plaintiff
for SS5, and is one of the six China
men on" the schooner Transit. The
Marshal, in consequence ol the de
cision, is empowered and ordered to
arrest any of the Chinamen on the
schooner as within the jurisdiction of
the Kindgom. F. M. Hatch and W.
R. Castle for the application ; W. A.
Whiting and Chas. Creighton for the
THE HEW BISHOP.
Futlirr (aUlHlnii In Nrlrolccl l,y
IliiliiiHn thtt I'ii lit.
Father Gulstan, parish priest of
Wailuku, has been selected by tho
Pope lo succeed the late Bishop of
Olba. 'The announcement appears
in Les Missions Catholiqucs of June
10, a translation being kindly furnish
ed tho Hui.i.ktin by Fiilher Matthias,
"The Sovcieign Pontiff has, upon
the demand of the Congregation of
the Propaganda, appointed Vicar
Apostolic of thu Sandwich Islands,
with episcopal character, Rev. Father
Gul3tan-Fiaucoiu Rupert of the Con
gregation of the Sacred Heart of
'This appointment agrees with the
anticipation of many Catholics here
at the time of Bishop Hermann's I
death. Ihe Hri.i.mi.N would con
gratulate Bishop Gulstan on his pre
ferment, and wish him a long, pleas
ant and beneficent career.
There is a rumor abroad to-day
that the Cabinet is to be reconstruct
ed as follows:
Samuel Parker, to remain as Minis
ter of Foieign Affairs;
C. N. Spencer, lu remain as Min
ister ot the Interior;
Charles T. Gulick, to take Mr.
Widcmaun's place as Minister of
A. P. Peterson to take Mr. Whit
ing's place as Attorney-General,
THE BULLETIN Is thu leading
I dally miner of the lUnirduin. 50
ceuui per moui
LEPER MISr.llY IS RUSSIA.
Kate Marsden, who M inlcrtMted
in a project to esialdi-li a leper
colony in Sihciii, hasnrnved at Ber
lin Irnio St. FeUisburg, on a visit to
tlie United State. In an inleiviuw
she gave a graphic description of bet'
six weeks' tour ot the leper colonies
of Sibeiia. She tny tint tis -o m tiS
any pei-on shows sinus of the dicau
the ietiin i at iiMtu driven into tho
ib plh of the forest, there lo live ofi
tne huh and rotten llsb. TnM food
U Mrni-licil by lelaiive, wli m1i-msiI
it a' a diianci' Irom the iniser.Jile
ami (lltliv hue ol the victims. Thu
hut-. -ic one ba'f under ground
fui ll. e -lake ol warmth, it .d are hun
dreds ol veisis apart, so tluHMiper
vision is tnipuiiiu'. Mis- M.iislon
mid her gu d -s well! ob ijcil to cut a
path lul llli-lil-eivcs through the till
dergmwili of tlie foresls and lo pro
ceid in single lite. 'They found the
lepers illelad and living in indescriba
ble lllth add vice ; dragging out a
horrible existence for years until
they die of disease or starvation,
after becoming so loathsome that'
they have lost all semblance to hu
manity. Miss .Marsden says that
there has been found in Yakutsk a
plant i hat is reported to mire lepiosy,
but she has not been able to lest il
as yet. Miss Marsden will return to
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
'The examination of the St. Louis
College classes will commence next
Monday, the 18th inst , at H :30a. in.,
and continue 'Tuesday and Wednes
day. The drawings will be' on exhi
bition in the hall. The College band
will give a concert on thu premises
at 3 p. m. on Thursday. 'The par tils
of the pupils and the friends of the
College are coidially invited. 'The
closing exercises will take place at
10 a. in. on Friday. Admission by
'limy Evidently Like 11 !
IF NOT; WHY nor?
Prepared daily from Fresh Ftuit, it
cannot be otberwifC than whole-nine,
reliesbing and delicious.
Our leading flavors me Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry and Grape Juice.
We have all the others but our
specialties are those named. Ice
Cream Soda lias also pioved veiy
As we manufacture our own Soda
Water fiom Pure Bieaibon.ite Soda,
wo claim it is better than that made
with marble dust. Those who have
tried it, concur witli our statements.
Having perfected the lee Box we
are enabled to pioduee coldui soda
All tliivom wiih lee Cream, 10.-;
Vichy Water, fie ;Sauerbiun nen Water
and Huuyadi Water.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'iim' l''oi'l lt IClntr l i'cuIh.
Don't 1)8 MM
In peeking a medium wherein to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't he deceived by the declarations of
unscrupulous publisher-;, bat
examine Into the
Of the two Kngllsh dallies. You will
Ibid that while thu llui.i.rriN Is
not continually boasting,
IT G13TS THlfilihJ
In a way very gratifying to iulveiliei.
NO TICK lo DKlil'OKS
rI',UK undersigned Inneby gives notice
1 that she i- lliu sole owner of I ho
jewelry bu-inu-s beretotoin conducted
for hur on I'oit sheet, Honolulu, by
Joseph llubash. 'That she has- deter
mined to elos) out said bu-iiie-s and to
call hi all outstanding accounts, where
foil) all parties owing accounts for goods
purchased or win I, done at hei store are
lierel) untitled to uiaUi) piompt payment
of lliu fame lo C W. Ashfoid, at bis
ollice on Meiehant etieei. Mr. Ash
ford's iieelpls will hu good acquittance
for all Mich aceounl-.
MBS. Ii. BATCIHil.OU.
Honolulu, duly II, Ih'JJ 171 2w
linn you Yvami a Porlniit
ISiilnrgtMl call on Kini; itros.,
l-fl tlii'ir piicis list null sco
huiii1im. '1'hoy c.niiM bo lioiit.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Fort street, impo. Spreekcls' Bank, Honolulu.
1 . Il' Rtsf ;L
BY 'THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
B3? BOTTOM PRICES ! 'S
HOLUSTER & CO., D3UGGISTS.
UMl t-i Sli-iM-j. :
(04 Fort avreeL, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
ter FOR 1 WEEK ONLY w
CHIIDRENS1 SCHOOL HAfS FOR 25 CTS.
00RR0GATEQ IRON 1
E ,V'MC S-'s'ic-
Quantities to Suit
, KOlt SALE BY'
H. HAOKPELD & CO.
C. L. BRIT0,
Corner of Smith ami King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Line of
And Receives .New Consignments by
lively Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter ,
At 40 Cents a Pound.
1 HAVE lour I-'lue Beshlence Sites, '
I slluated on 1 lilvol street, lor sale.
Thu Lots have a fioniatie ot ill feet on!
Plikul stieet ami i.to you fuel deep, aie
nicely hid out lu Hint and shade trees j
and are all eoveied with grass; walei '
laid on tliroiiglioiil. 'Tlie situation of ,
llieru Lots and the limited iiiunhei inal.e
it lieci'ns.iiy that Intending puiclia.-cls
ehoillil make eaily applieatioii to the ;
liudeisigued, floiii wlioiu all p-utlculais
can be hud. .l..-. K. MUBHA.N.
IMcltifo Frames madoioi
uriltM' from lulust stylos j
moiiliiiiiK'.s. ;ci!ii(iviil ion ol ,
old pioturos n Mii'.c.ialty :i(
King Hi-os., Uotol Htrool,, I
T OUT !
We have a RAT TRAP, made In
France, that beats anything of tho
kind you ever saw.
seven at n time, if you hae .hat
raftliy 'nitit your pretnies,
Wc sut a trap at night and etch
Ihroo or four rnls at a pop. If our
clib'kans nre annoyed by Gophers or
Mongro'o sot one of these traps and
you'll raise more chickens.
HA VI NO RECEIVED A FRESH
sri'PLY OF THE CELE
BRATED .'. ir .
UT. ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
H111111I11I11 " I.
LATEST STYLES IN
k Toques !
Beg to announce the ai rival of the
" J. C. PFLUGER"
MO Days from Iiiemuu, with a Full
Oils & Painte,
Bags & Bngging,
Comout & Firo Clay,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I fill -Jiw
TAXESJ3F 1892 I
ME.MBEUS of the ditlerent Com
pauK's, claiming exemption
from pert u.d taxes, mu-t appuur
personally before the Aescesor and
icport their memberi-hip, otherwise
no cNi'inptiou will be allowed.
7" Secretaries who lnivo not
handed in I heir lists of inoinbership
to tbo Secretary ( the Dupartment
must do ut imiui'diatiilv. )
11 EN It Y SMITH,
10'J 3t Secretary 11. F. D.
H Hem ma f x. fi
&a. Ayyiu, w uu.