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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. -Wonlhor
hazy, wind fresh oa?t.
U. II, Hill and wife uiliirnod from
tho Volcano yulcrday on tlio V. G.
A partition is boing put tip in tho
Marshal's ollico for a private tiparl-
No. 1 lias boon sup
now span of black
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893.
Wi dnchuay, Apiil 12.
Si'hr Kulanimm from Waipio and l'ohoikl
Vi iinmiivy, April 12.
Am bktno Irmgnrd, Schmidt, for fean Fran
cisco Si hr Ka Mol for Koliolulelo
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am b;tno Mary Winkclman, Nissen, for
, San Krancisco
Stmr l'elu for Slakaweli
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr VB Hall -(l4 1 lags sugir, SO Imiri
lollee, 01 lugs mwi, .'11 hiduH. 1 bills
skins. 1 hot-
2S head cattle and r0
rrum Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W (1
Hall, Apul U 1'iom Volcano: C 11 Hill
and vwfo, 1 U .Touts and wife. Kiom vuj
ports: l'etcr T.uu, .1 A M.igoon, A Lindsaj",
.1 Morse and wife, Miss (.' Tana, .1 1) Pans,
W Heine, F Kolilor, J Makain u, V l'ua,
Masters Jones '), Keliihaualho, Miss
lleclcy and 40 deck.
For Sin Francisco, ier bktno Irmgnrd,
April 1' C. Isciibeig. (i daughters and 1
son, M ltose, wife and child.
For San Franci-to, pui bktno Mnrv Win
kelinan, Apul 1J Miss , Honscu, '.I Wil
cock, vvifuund luhildiui, O Thompson und
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, April 11
Miss Juliet binitli and friend, Miss An
drews, A 11 Smith, J lv Knrlov, Hev A V
Soarcs, ItevO P Umcrson, W"l- V Whit
noy, Misses Jlaldwin (2), A M Sproull, U
von llamiu, U W lloltlsvvortli, I'apt J
Koss, AV B Ulaisdoll, Thco vVolll, Chi Wo
and 40 deck.
plied with a
Pits and banieados have - boon
construe) od on tho innuka aido of
Tho Sons of St. Quorgo intend
giving another social and dauco on
St. Goorgo's Day.
An opium (iond was sontoncod to
pay a lino of Slit) in tho District
Court this morning.
J. J. Langa, potty ollicer on tho
U. S. S. Boston, amt Mis. Annio E.
l'ratt woio inanied yostorday.
A wag remarked on tho shoot this
morning, "Tho 'Kahunas' am earn
estly at work." Pizen in tho peasl
Tho Post Oflieo despatched by tho
baikentino Irnigard this aftornoon
for Sau Francisco 2G0 loiters and
Tho Koely euro is in practice at
tho Queen's Hospital, and is loport
ed successful in several cases of in
Tho Chinee iminigiauts who ar
rived by tho S.S.China on Satur
day will bo released from quaran
tine on Friday or Satmday.
Mr. Fred. Wundonborg has ro
spoctfully declined tho proffered ap
pointmont of Collector of Customs
from tho Provisional Government.
A list is being circulated around
town for over3r "true AniPiican" to
subsciibe for bomo suitable present
to give tho icliring U. S. Minister
The ofllcors of tho U. S. S. Mo
hican gave an "at homo" on board
tho flagship estoiday afternoon. A
largo number of tho elite vvoto
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
hoklois of tho Kupiolani P.uk Asso
ciation will bo hold at tho ollieo of
"W. G. Irwin ita Co. on Fuday tho
11th inst., at 11 a. m.
uaptaiu iVlac.iuloy, who was ap
pointed pilot to succeed Captain
Melnt.vre, biought in his lh-,t vessel
yesteulay niouiing the b.irkentino
Hilo fioin San Fiancisto.
Now rinaneial Policy Usunl Oiowl
Our report of yesterday's session
ol tlio tAPouuvonnd Advisory Coun
oils had to bo out short to overtake
tho press. Yet it was tho only ac
count worthy tho namo 'that tho
Honolulu public had j'ostordny ov oil
ing of the proceedings. Councillor
Einineluth's organ of tho dusk gavo
twelve lines to tho meeting, without
mentioning tho important business
considered. Tho Provisional party
must bo proud of its evening organ,
whoso only utility thus far, as a
newspaper, has boon to nnlicipato
tlio niouiing orgnn in divulging olll
cial seerots, and to rolievo it of part
of its function as a sower for slander.
Vico-Presidont Damon, in an
nouncing tho allowances to each
department recommended by tho
Finance Committee, said tho Attorney-General's
department was not
cut down iu any way. Ho gave that
departmont ciedit for making a
inoio careful roturn than any other.
Neither was tho military departmont
cut down, its estimated reuuironiont
being .?U),000 and odd. Tho adop
tion of their recommendations
would lesult iu a surplus on tho
month's business of ?22,(KK). If tho
Government could sell bonds nor-
haps a littlo mora leniency could bo
show n to tho departments cut down.
It was tho intention to make tho
tioasury a self-supporting institu
tion. Thoro would bo S'0,000 duo
in .Tuno (o pay interest on bonds in
Londou. Tho committee also re
coninionded ceitain amendments in
tho ta law.
Mr. Einmoliith would liko to havo
information regarding tho action of
the Board of Equalization on tho
matter of eight times tho yearly
rental as a basis for taxation of lease
holds. Ho had understood that this
was a minimum rate.
Attornej'-Goneral Smith stated
that tho provision iu question was
shuck out by a former Legislature.
On tho report of a commission ap
pointed in 18'.)0, tho Legislature of
18!U restoied that provision. Tho
speaker had caused an amendment
to bo iiiMtiled, "unless such valu
ation shall be manifestly unfair and
unjust." Judge Haidy hold that
this amendment was to be construed
as applying 01113' lo tl10 tax-payer,
unlaiines to the Government being
left without remedy. (Laughter.)
Tho Attornev'-Ueneral rofeired to
cases wheie tho Government would
not ijret its due, thioii";h leaoholds
Presideut Dolo brought up a claim
made by C. A. Brown for paymont
of his salary as assossor whilo C. N.
Spencer held tho ollice. It was de
cided that Mr. Brown bo loft Id" es
tablish his claim in court.
Mr. Emnieluth introduced the
subject of apportionment of ollices,
voicing a complaint against tho ap
pointments of Dr. F. L. Miner as
prison pli3'sieinn and AlbortMcGuni
to another position at tho prison.
Tho "principle" had not been recog
nized iu theso nmiointnionts. Ho
charged Dr. Minor in effect with
having ran nwny January 17.
Mr. Tennoy and tho Attorno3'
Gonoral defended Dr. Minor as a
friend of tho Government.
Mr. Morgan know that Dr. Minor
had ahva3's beon opposed to tho Ro
Mr. McCandloss took Dr. Minor's
part but donounoed McGurn's ap
pointment. Atlorno3'-Gonoral Smith complain
ed that no matter whom ho appoint
ed somcono would laiso his hair
Four bills passed second reading,
viz.: Relating to proceedings against
corporations; rolatingto jurisdiction
of district magistrates; appropria
ting ?50,000 for oxponses of tho Pro
visional Government, and relating
to internal taxos.
The barkentinc Irmgaid left tor San
Francisco to-day with 2,,&ii bags sugar,
valued at $77,4".7.o(5.
The barkentino Mary Winkelman cleared
to-day foi San Francisco with 11,021 bags
suigar, weighing l,bul,5j0 lbs. und valued at
A new micn-topniast is being put in
on the German bark J. 0. (iladoat lleale
street dock, han Francisco, and other re
pairs are being made to tlio rigging
JJAIiDWlX VOSS-In Honolulu, April
11, 1803, at tho lesidoncc of A. Khlus,
by the Rev. Dr. lieokwith, Mr. U. U.
llaldwmot Maui, to Miss Loui-o Th.
LANGA PRAT I In this city, April 11,
1801, by tho Kev. H. H. Parkor, Jeso
J. Langa to Annio U. Pratt.
POISON IN THE POT.
Sudden Illness of a Large Number
After Supping: at the Barracks.
There was no little oscitoinout at
tho Bariacks3'osterda3' evening about
nino o'clock, when several of the
National Guards on duty were sud-
douly taken with vomiting spoils,
attributed to something they had
oaten at tho supper table. What the
cause was no 0110 know. As is usual
on Tuesday aitoruoous tho P. G. baud
gavo a concert at tho barracks until
(5 o'clock, then having suppor thoio.
Yostorda3' evening tho guauls and
bandsmen finished supper about (5:30
o'clock. Suppor consisted of roast
boof, boiled tongue, peas, beans, ve
getables, and tea and cofleo.
After supper bOino of tho 111011 wore
sont out on duty. At 9 o'clock tho
gastric disturbance manifested itself
with a number of tho men. Kuud
faon, who was guard at tho Palaco
gate on Palaco Walk, sang out for
relief, and when it caino ho was
found lying on tho ground in an un
conscious state, lie was put on a
fatrctchor and taken to tho bai racks
hospital. Bumham, an Englishman,
was also taken badby. There weio
thirty men at tho bauacks taken
lot for long
at low rents in
On tho other
Lunalilo estate, of
The coronei's jmy empanelled
3'0aterda3' to inquiiu into the death
of tho Chinese fisheiinan viewed the
body and postponed silting until
Fridav next, awaiting tho ropoit of
Piof. A. B. Lyons, aiiast.
Some of tho leading features of
"ThoEaith's Fair," to bo hold at
Kabhi-kai next Satmday, aio de
scribed in to-da3''s issue. Piio- aie
ofleied for various exhibits includ
ing 0110 ior the fattest baby.
Reporters woro excluded from the
meeting of tho Women's I'atiiotic
League this morning, on tho giound
that it would not bo pioper to pub
lish thoii lnomoiial to Commissioner
Blount bofoio its presentation.
A lecent issue of tho Stockton
Mail contained an interesting aitielo
on tho Samoiin islands by Ensign
Voglegesang of tho United States
steamer Alliance, who was heio some
timo ago in tlio U. S. S. Charleston.
John F. Colburn olfeis two valua
ble residonco pioporties on King
street for sale. They- aio pleasantly
situated and convenient to town.
Now is tho timo to buy bofoio tho
railway boom sends real estate kiting.
A Japanese stole 8.f0 from a fel
low countryman on Fortstieot some
timo ago. Yesteida3 ho wont to tho
man and ofleied S'5 to conciliate
matteis. This morning Dotootho
Toma arrested tho thio. whun he
gave S." to settlo tho theft. Ho was
A Chinaman died .some timo last
night. Tho funeial look place to
day, and as tho college was Hearing
the buiitil ground at J'auoa, the load
was found to be blocked by a fence.
Tho matter was lepoite'd to tho
Police Station and tlio obsti notion
down, thiity-flvo at tho Government
building, seventeen of tho bandboys,
three ot tho Chinese cooks who
boned the suppei, and 0110 of the
prisoners employ ed around tho pro
niisos. Dr. Rod go r, liuuacks physician,
was summoned ami had his hands
full for sevoial bonis, proscribing
for tho sick men. Dr. Day attended
tlio men at the Government build
ing. As nearly all the men 011 duty
were taken sick with vomiting spells,
relief guaids were called lot, and
ovon soiiio of the sick men oagoily
oluuteoied to go on duty.
Tho 111011 aro all well to-day with
tho exception of Kuudseu and 13i mi
lium, who aro still weak. Tlio cause
of tho general attack has not as yet
been fouud out, although some ol
tho muu seen by a Bullltin ropoitei
state that they think that the peas
woio not proporly cooked. They
tasted bitter and folt hard. Mar
shal Hitchcock is investigating the
Prof, F. Lomnard, A. B., will 0011
tiuuu giving instruction in piivate
and iu classes; Fiencli, Spanish,
and Latin. Resideiico, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
The Learruo Dscides to Leave
vangementJ to the Captains.
The Hawaiian Baseball League
held a meeting this afternoon iu a
loom ovei Wildei it Co.'s store.
Thiee teams tho Cie-eents, Ka
meliamchas and Havvaiit - were
ropiesonted. Iev. W. H. ()!eoii,
delegate horn tin
baseball club, pi. -si. led at tho meet
ing. After sum 1 discussion it was
deeded to leave t he diaftuig of a
schedule ol games ami the opening
hand he t:avo tho
which lie was a trustee, as an in
stance of whoro tho eight yeais' ren
tal basis would be unjust to the tax
pay or. There was a piece of land of
that estate rented at .100 a month,
whose taxable valuation nudoi tho
rule would thoiefoio bo .i)G00. Ho
would, how over, bo glad to get
floOO foi that laud.
Tho leport ol tho committee in
respect to national finances was
adopted. That referring to tax law
amendment was referred to tho
Attornoy-Gonoial Smith called at
tention to a clerical eiror iu tho re
pealing clause of the tax law, where
by a law lelatiug to truancy of
school children was repealed instead
of a law relating to taxes. Ho sub
nutted a bill to correct tho error,
which was referied to committee
with the other.
Mr. Emnieluth reported from tho
newspaper committee the informa
tion that tho Hawaii Ilolomua news
paper was being published without
a responsible editor.
Piosidont Dolo Is thoio a pub
lisher? Mr. Emnieluth -No. In one por
tion it icfers to Mr. Nathaniel as
geneial hustler for the paper.
Attornoy-Goneial Smith Is it an
incoipoi.it ed company?
Sevoial Councillois It is.
Attoiiiey-Gonoral Smith thought
there was a law requiring that in a
paper published by a company thoro
should appear tlio name of a re
sponsible publisher or editor.
Tho icpoit was referred amidst
laughter to tho Judiciary Commit
tee. Mr. Allen reported on the want of
suitable accommodation at the Pa
laco foi feather cloaks, kahilis, etc.
Ho lecoiumondod that the objects
in question bo turned over to tho
cuiatoi of the Bishop Museum, a re
ceipt to be taken theiofor from tho
trustees of that institution.
Mr. Damon demuried slightly as
one of the trustees to taking the
At toruey-G 01101 nl Smith suggest
ed they be sent to tho Police Sta
tion. (L mglitor.)
A losoltiliou in accordance with
the lopcnl was canied, awl lofoired
to Mi. Allen foi execution.
Mi. Gieone, caie-takor of the Pa
lace, was lepoited as luiiig alarmed
KainohaiiH'ha I ol "'" '''ly ol the state silver-
ii 1 111 lie
WHERE'S THE DOPEP
Humored Return of a Chinese Opium
Agent from China.
Two Honolulu Chinese merchants
secured tho services of a bankrupt
Chinese storekeeper on King street
four months ago to go to China and
purchaso a largo quantity of opium
and transport tho samo horo, (juar
anteoing its landing safoly. Tho
merchants subscribed about $.'5000
for tho purchaso of tho stuff and tho
agent's expenses. On tho arrival of
tho China stoamor prior to tho last
a bi other of tho envoy received a
letter that tho man had gone to
Singapore, and was not expect od to
return to Honolulu. Thon tho mer
chants who had subscribed tho
money gavo it out about their bond
ing for tho opium. It also leaked
out that tho3 had thirty permits for
children which they had entrusted
to the samo man to bo sold in China
for SloO a piece.
When tho S. S. China arrived from
Yokohama and Hongkong 011 Satur
da3 tho two Chinoso merchauts woro
among tho first to board tho stoam
or. Tho3' learned that tho man thoy
had sont to puichaso tho opium was
on board, but whether tho stuff has
boon brought hero or not remains
for the Custom House ollicors to
discover. Tho 111011 aro in quaran
tine, and will bo leleasod on Frida3'
or Saturday next. About fiOO tons
of freight arrived by tho China for
Bon of Harry K. Huby. of Columtih, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
XV Itli a Sovtro Komi ot
" Until my boy was six jears of ago ho was
from birth a tcrriblo Kuffrrrr fiom scrofu
lous humor. Sores would appoir on him and
Bprcnd until as I-nrc na it lolinr and then
discharge, followed by ollieri, m lint the larger
part of Ids body was 0110 uino of xnrrm all
the time, cipc clilli seveie 011 his leirt and lnck
of Ills rirs and on Ids head. The humor hud a
ery odenslvo odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy sulTcred In
alt tho jo j cars, riijslclaus did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to Rho him Hood's
Sarsaparilla, as my druggist recommended
It. In about two weeks tlio h imp ullh began
to have effect.. The sores commenced to heal
upi tlio flesh begin to look more 111P1r.1l and
health). Then the sciles cimo ofT nndnlluver
his body new andhealtliv flcshandsklufoimcd.
When he had taken two hottles he wasi nthcly
free from sores, hiMng oiilj the sears to show
where they had been Theso have all dlsRi
penred. Xvo aro unable to express our thanks
for tho good
has done our little bo." IIauhy K. Itunr,
Box 350, Columbli, Pennsylvania.
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Ing tbtt prlitlllc Action ftt the allmontarr can&L
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets .-
The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A l'UI.I, AS
The R. & (J, Nursing Corsets. The R, & 6. Summer Corsets,
Thoe nru Kxtra IOiig Wiilst nnd Well Kitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Oomfortnblu and Vcrj Light In WtiKlit.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING- CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Tor Children, Uct for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
comi; and sin: ouu
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
a kini: assortment or
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles:
waic. .Mr. Ailmi iiail told
lllll 111)1 Sl'OVllV tllO l'illlll'O
of tho fomiiiK s0;i,(iii to tho tln.'o! . Iioaino imv, as tlio niattor allor a
captain-, it ut.s aKo dociiloil that I """' " (iroppoo.
I'lofiuoin iJoio called alloniion to
safo (HhiiikIi for thociistody of tho
plate. Tho (JoiinoiPsuoiiiiiigly took
Three Men to be Sont Back to San
Tho S. S. Alameda, which arrived
on Friday last, had, on board three
btowavvaj's Geo. Thompson, Arthur
Thomas and Goddaul, British sub
jects who woro turned over to tho
polico authorities and confined in
tho Station, whoro thoy havo boon
over since. Tho men had no money
to speak of, and it has been decided
that they bo sunt back to San Fran
cisco under tho now law prohibiting
tho landing of btoivavvas. Being
paupois thobo men cannot bo allow
ed to land in tho United States, and
tho piobability is that thoy will bo
sont back to Honolulu. Two of tho
men will bo sent back by tho Mary
This stowaway episode is a re
minder of tho fact that three stovv
avvajs woro landed horo homo timo
ago, and, after a few days' confino
inont in tho Polico Station, woro
turned loose ou the community.
Why were thoy not sent back undor
tho "Stowaway Act?"
Won by Nakuina in a Iattlo Over
The wiostling tournament was
concluded at tho boathoiiso jestor
day evening, when J. K. Nakuina,
niiddlovv eight, mot V. Wilder, wel
terweight, in tlio final bout for tho
championship. Wilder was thrown
after an interesting exhibition in
just 101 minutes, and Nakuina vyas
given the fall amidst great excite
ment. Wildor's admirers claim that
ho was not on tho mat when Naku
ina thidvv him, but the lofcreo states
that ho was, so there 3.011 are. Prof.
Loheide awarded Nakuina the medal
and the championship.
Prior to tho contest tho pupils of
tho athletic class gavo a series of
boxing .set-tos, and K. J. Norcott gavo
an exhibition of professional club
hvviuging. l -J ones hascli.'illeugod tho cham
pion ton wioMliug match to take
pluco in tho near lutiiro, two out of
, three falls.
Tho uiidur-d;u(d are prejnrtd to give in
tending Tourist the advantage of 11
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE - -
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
SU3v:L.A.:RY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 18J)2.
Premium Income 2.",0 10,1 i:i.!)3
Intoroht, Rents, etc ."),Si)(,'17(i.90
Total Income, - - - $30,936,590.83
Death Claims 1.7,S(,."iS0.2
Endowments and Annuities) 2,4S'l,'lo:.'20
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc 3,(5i:J,)'J0.75
Total to Policy-holders, - - $13,995,012,33
Number of New Policies Issued fiOoO
Amount of New Insuiance Written 1l7.',()0r),070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 18!Ki.
Assets, .... $137,499,198.99
Liabilities, -1 Percent Standard 1 1 '20,(i)-l,250.S0
Surplus 1(5,80 1,9'IS.K)
Number of Policies in Force 22-1 ,008
Amount ol Insurance in Force Mb0,:M.S,(i2y.0U
PROGRESS IN 185)2.
Increase in Heneiits to Policy-holders t l,'2.',r,21.l"
I ik reuse in Assets 1 l,."il ,')U8. 18
Increase in Surplus 1 ,C)',,')2-1.70
Increase in Insurance Written 2O,S)10,08S.O0
Increase in Insurance in Foice ('0,10."),-1."51.00
General Aycnl for the Hawaiian flamh.
it la the
CON'NI'OTIOX WITH TUT. STI'AXI.
Kits or Tin:
i-Viie Job Muting at the llultyin Ojjkt,
the old rules will gov cm the matches,
and that tho division ol iuc'ipts be
the hiiino as last SL'ii-iiii. Mr. Oh'swn
proposed a now iiilo which will bo
con-ideicd at tho next mooting of
Dining tho meeting it was learned
that tho (Jtost'oiits and lluuolitlus
had amalgamated and will en tor a
team nudoi the former name.
My wifo vv.'is ('(iiiitiuxl to hor bed
forovoi two months with a voi-3 s(.
voie attack of ihoiiiuatiHin. Vn
could get nothing that would alloiil
hor aii3' lolief, and as a hint icsort
gavo (Jhainhcilnin's l'ain lialm a
lual. To otti gieat .sin pi ico who be
gan to nnpiovo altoi tho iiiM appli
cation, and l3 using it regularly sho
was soon able to gel up .mil attend
(o house woik. L 11. lolun.on, of
CiI. Knuthon iV- Co., Keusiugtoii,
Minn, fit) cent bottles for sale 1 13
all dealeis. iSuiiM'ii, .Smith ic Co.,
agents foi tint Hawaiian Mauds.
1I1 In i'i I'll (re'
.Siiiibttrn relieved at onco by On
uuiubur Tonic, liunsou, Smit li & Co.,
a iiovisi(iii 111 the Postal havings
Bank law, which ictpiiicd that 111
foi mation as to 11113 deposits in the
bank should not be divulged toany
lioilv, It might buinipoitaiit to niako
a provi-o that infoi malion could bo
given 111 evidence before a court of
justice. Iu bankruptcy or criminal
cases tho public 01 the state might I Hawaiian islands
be v longed through such inforina-
tion being privileged.
Mr. Dainun -Cannot tho informa
tion be given as evidence iu com I?
1'iesident Dole -The law makes
Mi. Damon said the law was mod
eled on the ICnglinh law, which is
V013 explicit agaiiml allowing hiicIi
infoi niation to get out. The hus
band could not be iiifoiined id a de
posit 1)3 tlio wife, 1101 the wife of
one 1)3 the hiisbaiul.
I'toiulciit Dole icfeiiodthe mat
ter to the .linliciai3 Committee.
l lOMUIIIIOII lilDVOli 03- llll) il-
toiiiiv-Uenoial, to appropiiate .!,
17!.7fi todefi.13 unpaid bills of hpo
ulul eleittioii, was niferrud to tlio
Elder H. S. Jleav ei, of McAllistor
villo, .Itiuiatta Co., 1'a., says hih wifo
is subject to cramp in tho stomach.
Last summer she tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholma and Diarihiea
Uoniedy for it, anil was much pleah
ed with tho speedy relief it allord
ed, She has since used it whenever
necessar3 and found that it never
fails. For sale l3 all doalers. I3en
hon, Smith &. Co., agents for tho
GO eentu a month,
rii'li; ANNUAL .M '' Nil OP
JL hliii'Kliulili-M ii( tliu Kiiiitoltuil
Atfhix'iutiua will'lm In Id nt lliu Olllcu u(
Win 11. IrvvliiA.l'u., llAI), on I'UIDAV,
lint llh lintt., at II u'tloik a. M.
W M. Oll'TAUl),
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of San xfrarxcisoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of isTew Zealand.
fM" Km llu 1 p irlleiihiH 111113 Iu liml
Wm. G. IRWIN 00.
T IIIHl TO SOI'IPY MY PUhTOMlUlrt
X mill tlm imlillu ijuiuirully, tlmi I rim ho
loiiiiintuii'iitul with l Mutual Toluplmiiu
Mr, II. l.to will I'uiitiuui) to iiillcitt for
nil). .1 VV. Mi HON A Ml,
Proprietor I'it.v Klmi Iiik Shop,
d'Ki-'.'ii I'urt HtriMit iiliciui Jlotul Htii'i't.
20 lbs. W
SHSt Y"ti jh'u
Your doctor Mh' IvqilL-bti-tl
will tell you
Store and g-et
to cull at
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
Piire Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
paie it 1'or iifee.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS LCBMINu & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
109 Fort Street, - - - KConolialvi, H.
riMli: ANNUAL MUKTINO OP
J iiioinliurH of lliu lliivwiiliiu Joukuy
Willi will bu huld on MONDAY, tlm 17tli o(
April, m 7sl'U o'oloiik r. m.,ui tlm lliiuuliiin
Jiotui. o. o. hi:iiui;k,
vriJITIIKIlTIII. AOKNTK Noll OWN
1 urol llii) llrllii-li kt'liiiiiiicr "Nuriim"
will ho riispoiiidlilii fur imy ilclildi'oiitraL'li'il
b iniibiiir or (row. Iti7'!lt
txnuUil at Iht
Hi all ;i and promjitty
B. F. ZEIHIILiIEilEISi &c CO-
98 ir'OK.T ST"2,IUE3T.
APTP.Il TAICINll Bl'OCIC AM. KINDs OK
Curtaius in White, Cream and Colored !
At half thn former toil.
"Vel-vet & Smyrna Rugs
In nil sUi'D-Kit'iitl nihil ul
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
CV" III fnul wo ollvr liiiini'iiiio lliir(;ahi la nil DopurtinuntH. -
tar DrMMuUug Under Utt Muuaanijat ol MISS K. OLAIIK, J