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MR. WILLIAM HOUXKH of Kukul
hicle, has been appointed by tlio Hoard of
K lucation, School Agunt for the District
of Hntnnkun, Island of Hawaii, In place of
Mr, Charles Williams.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Ofllce of the Hoard of Education, Aptil
1.1, ISftl. 7lXl-Ht
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Uut Established for the Benefit of Ml.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1893.
Mr. William Tobb, a inombor or
tho British Royal Commission on
Vaccination, who was horo making
investigations two years ago, has
issued a book of 403 pages, on, "Tho
Eecrudescouco of Leprosy and Its
Causation." Wo have only scon ad
vanco sheets containing tho ''Preli
minary Note," tablo of contouis aud
index. Thoso show that tho views
of many Hawaiian physicians aud
health officers, besides extracts from
Hawaiian Government reports, aro
contained hi tho work. Its publish
ers are Swan Sonnonschoiu & Co.,
Patemostor square, London, and
price Gs., about $1.25.
This morning's Advertiser pub
lished a document alleged to bo a
memorial to Commissioner Blount
passed by tho Women's Patriotic
League. A committee of tho League
has requested tho Bulletin to de
nounce tho publication as bogus in
its eutiroty. Not a line of tho pur
ported memorial is correct, but
everything in it is distorted into a
ialso light. What tis-e is a news
paper to tho public when it thus
easts to tho wind all regard for its
own character? After its presenta
tion to Commissioner Blount the
memorial, which parsed the meeting
nearly unanimously, will bo pub
lished in its integrity.
"T. Gr. T." ha! furnilied a con
temporary with a historical sketch
of tho building just demolished in
''ort street. It refers to Harry
I rube's beginning as an engraver.
Tho present editor of tho Bcllhtin
vas tho first one to bring the talent
of young Grubo to public attention,
also to suggest to his guardian, the
Into Captain Marchant, that the bud
ding artist should bo provided with
a kit of proper engraving tools and,
if possible, bo placed under expert
instruction in tho art. It was the
newspaper mention of Grubo's skill
with a rude graver and no technical
instruction which started the move
ment for having him sent to Boston
as a ward of tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, to bo thoroughly instructed
in tho art for which he had display
ed a remarkable natural bent.
On tho 8th instant tho Advertiser
devoted a half column of its "valu
able" spaco to a Now York despatch
covering what purported to bo a telo
gram from Mr. Thoo. H. Davios to
Mr. Cleghom, running as follows:
"Cleghorn, British Consulate, Hono
lulu. Suggest Vic. to Blount. Talk
Yankee greed and sugar. Davids."
Thero is evidence on the face of it
that tho telegram is an absurd fabri
cation, and no doubt this is tho pri
vate view of the Advertiser people,
whoso motive for its circulation it
would bo iutorestiug to learn. No
body who knows Mr. Davies would
boliovo that he over indited such a
missive. Thoso who do not know
him may be informed that wo learn
tho form of tho telegram, apart
from its language, to bo 0110 never
used by Mr. Davies in tolegraphing
to anyone. It is unnecessary to
comment on tho etiquette, not to
mention the ethics, of publishing a
private message purporting to havo
boon picked up in a hotel.
POT AND KETTLE.
How domuroly tho bird of dusk
rebukes tho carrion crow of dawn
for its infamous accusation without
a particle of evidence against politi
cal opponents in connection with
tho gastric mutiny amongst tho Bar
racks boarders! "Tho Star deplores
any hasty judgment about tho poi
soning of tho troops. An investiga
tion is being made and, until a re
sult is had, it would be woll not to
bring tho matter into politic.-.."
Bravo, organelle! Lot not your vir
tue fado with tho daylight. Although
you got politics in the Palace
kitchen tho other day, don't lot any
body look for tho same article iu tho
pots of tho Barracks mess! And
abovo all don't allow an investiga
tion into tho supply of canned goods
for tho mou who havo laid down
thoir lives and would havo done mi
again if it were not for Dr. Kodgors
mustard poultices) Because, you
see, thoru might be a good deal of
politics come out of such an invosti
NEW NAVAL tOIiIOY.
From an interesting column of
United States naval intelligence iu i
this issue, it will bo soon that tho
now navy is to have tho benefit of a j
now policy. That policy is to have .
the ships of war distributed over the
watery oNpanso of the globe, instead
of hugging the shores of home liar- .
Dtu'n aim uevotou to domestic exhi
bition purposes. Tho now way is
that to make the living contingent,
of tho navy worthy of tho lino now
ships, as well as to give tho nation
the full benefit of tho power and
prestige that tho ships illustrate.
Naval men by anordinary disposition
in human nature are apt to bo more
easily placed and kopt on their good
behavior boforo strangers than bo-
forothoirown people, and foreign ,
complications especial 13 with in
ferior states will bo less likely to
arise when a strong arm of tho na
tion is within olToctivo range of every
haunt of American commerce abroad.
Such a deterrent lesson as a French
naval commander gave tho other day.
when ho took captivo tho president
of a potty republic who had com
mitted burglary on a French bank,
is 0110 that tho American navy should
bo made more in a position to im
part, tho larger American commorco
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT!
And let thoso that steal be arrest
ed! It is subject for lamontation iu
tho Star, as it will bo for general
regret, that tho Government SurvG'
has come to a standstill for want of
funds. Meantime, without thoslight
ost symptom of any violent inten
tions against tho existing govern
ment, a military establishment on a
scale hitherto uuheard-of is main
tained. Also, tho public revenues
aro, according to ocular evidence,
being squandered in duplicate and
oven triplicate advertising for no
other purpose than to furnish sub
sistence for tho sevoral organs of the
Provisional partj Publication of
certain classes of Government ad
vertising has, prior to tho present
regime, been held sufficient in a
Miiglo medium for one languago.
Now two English newspapers re
ceive everything that is going, while
sheets that aro not newspapers at
all, beyond being vehicles for poli
t tical gosip and personal libel, get
official notices to publish in two
language. Mr. Emmoluth's news
paper coiiorohip committee of the
Council has its attention again di
rected to this notorious boodle ar
rangement. Tf the imposition on the
taxpajers bo not -.topped forthwith,
then tho party guilty of it should,
for bald decency's sake, expunge all
reference to boodlo and corruption
from its state documents, beginning
witli tho famous proclamation of "all
aboard for Washington."
IS IT AN INNOVATION?
Judge Dallas in tho United States
Circuit Court at Philadelphia denied
a motion to compel John F. Searles,
Jr., Treasurer of the American Sugar
Refineries Company, to answer cer
tain important questions in the suit
of tho Government against tho sugar
trusts. It would bo interesting and
perhaps important to havo more
than this brief telegraph item in re
gard to the matter, while a proposal
is ponding iu tho Provisional Legis
lature to remove the seal of confi
dence on behalf of depositors from
tho lips of Postal Savings Bank offi
cials when subpoenaed as witnesses
in court. If private bank officers
aro not privileged as witnesses to
conceal all business iu their charge,
it is hard to seo why officials of a
Government savings bank should bo
more favored in that respect. But
if tho rule horo aud olso where has
been that holders of trusts of all
kinds havo been debarred from
divulging knowlodgothoroof under
all circumstances, then very weighty
reasons of both state and business
policy should bo advanced to justify
I ho proposed innovation. At first
sight, certainly, any unusual latitude
in tho custody of such confidences
would not seom to bo promotivo of
tho business interests of any bank.
It would rathor tend to stimulate
unprofitable hoarding of savings in
teapots and stockings. Tho Judi
ciary Committee, to which tho mat
ter lias beon referred, should state
what tho practice is in other civi
lized countries. Then, if tho pro
posal is found to involve an uutriod
innovation tho Councils should bury
it deopor than I'haraoh's chariots in
t ho sea.
AN ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY.
Tho Ilolomua, in its issue of yes
terday, prints what purport to bo
official letters written by His Excol
louey John L. Stevens, American
Minister at this Capital, to tho U. S.
State Department, under dates of
February 8, 181)2, and March 8, 181)2,
respectively. Tho first of thoso re
fers, in very explicit language, to tho
growth of the annexation sentiment
iu Hawaii, and broadly hints that
annexation to tho United States is a
nine, iita nun of orderly government
hero. But, a few lines further 011,
tho letter deplores that "the intolll
gout and responsible men hero, tin-
atded by outside mpport, aro too few
in numbers to control in political
allaiis, and to secure good goeru
mont." How eloquent thoso words
become, when viewed in tho light of
His Excellency's subsequent, action,
in the furnishing of "outside sup
port" to tho patriots who weie "too
few in point of numbers to control,"
In tho second of the letters (March
8, 1802), is outlined a plan of attack
upon tho Ooveinment to which Mr.
Stovons was and is accredited, by an
anticipated "orderly and peaceful
revolutionary movement," what
ever that may be, which is also
very interesting reading, in tho light
of recent events.
Wo do not allege that thoso lot-
tors wore written by Mr. Stevens,
but wo quito urgently suggest that,
if his Excollouey is innocont of thoir
authorship, ho should make nil haste
to disclaim thorn, and establish such
innocence. Iu tho absence of such
disclaimer, of courso, pooplo can bo
expected to hold but ono opinion
upon tho subject of thoir genuine
ness. In any event, tho Bulletin re
spectfully suggests to Commissioner
Blount their caroful perusal, in caso
they havo thus far escapod that gon
tloman's notice. Thoy ma' assist
him to a conclusion upon tho very
portinont question of "Who did it?"
Iu tho meantime wo must con
tinue to admire tho triple-plated,
gilt-edged gall of thoso pious pooplo
who declare that Minister Stovons
had nothing to do with tho deposi
tion of tho Queen, and to express
our sense of tho fitness of tho title,
applied to his Excellency, of Min
ister Plenipotentiary aud Envoy
Extraordinary, with accent on tho
Tho following very significant
piece of information, from tho Ha
waiian of the Liberal, April 12, I
send you for publication in your
columns, believing it will be appreci
ated by your readers. Coniing..froni
Mr. R. W. Wilcox, who is in tho con
fidence of tho heads of tho Pro
visional Government, and corrobo
rated by others who have tho same
information, it may bo credited as
true. The following is the transla
tion: "We havo been informed that
Thurston has written to tho govern
ment (P. U.) asking that six native
JTawaiians be put in the Executive
Council, iu order to obtain annexa
tion. These are the names which ho
suggested to the government: lions.
J. A. Cummins, J. F. Colburn, An
tono Rosa, Joseph Xawahi, .Ino. L.
Kaulukou and R. V. Wilcox."
This information is similar to that
sent to Mr. J. F. Colburn and an
other Hawaiian gentleman, from Mr.
Thurston, asking them by all means
to assist in booming annexation,
otherwise thero would bo no hope
lor it. Tlio public can draw their
own conclusions as to which is in
tho last ditch tho treaty or, tho an
J. E. B.
In Thoir Flurry.
Since last Saturday tho antics and
contortions of tho Advortisor-Star
corporatiou, with Serono E. Bishop
thrown in, put ono in mind of a
whale when it receives its death
thrust from tho lance of a whale
man. Tho whale whon dying, to
uso a whaleman's phrase, goes into
its ''Hurry :" kicks, slashes aud snorts;
then dies. By a close observation of
tho heavenly bodies and tho signs of
tho times, it appears that tho trio
aro already in thoir "llurry." Tho
curtain has raised tho show is on
with accompaniment of "Down wont
McGiuty." Noimi Pole.
Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. But thoro is ono
form of trust against which no ono
has anything to say. That is tho
trust which tho public reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and tho best of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
tho merit of tho medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripo.
Sold by all druggists.
By Lewis J. Lavoy.
TO-MORROW, April 14,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. !.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, A General Assortment of Merchandlso
Crockery, Glass & Tin Ware,
Mirror-,, rihectiugs, brown Cotton,
Flitiielettc, KliiiuK guilts,
White awl Colored l)rc (IooiIh,
Boy's and Men's Suits,
Lewis T. Levey,
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can b consulted nt IiIh residence lit Keo
nmila, on tho iiiauka side of King mid Kwh 1
Btiiu 01 i.iniiu hticui, muMi formerly iu.ru
uIimI by Mr. duo. L. Dosha.
Will Vacoiuato from Puro
clno Matter !
jCtr OmcK lloinwi
mm from - to fi v, w.
From 8 to Id a. m,
A MOVING ISLAND.
Sablo, Which Has Boon Callod tho
Cemotory of tho Ocoau.
Sablo Island isagain vcportocHo
havo partly 'disappeared. It is not
always corroct to infer that Sablo
Island is becoming smaller bocauso
a slice of it has been whittled away.
It may bo found a little later that
tho debris has boon piled up against
some other part of tho coast, ex
tending tho jjroat sandbank about as
far in ono direction as it has lost
ground in another. Tlioro is no
doubt, however, that in tho past two
centuries Sable Island has lost much
of its area. A good deal of tho isl
and is now scattered ovor tho bot
tom of the Atlantic, whoro all ma
riners in tho neighborhood of tho
Grand Banks would be glad to havo
what is loft of it stay at rest. Sablo
Island is about 100 miles nearly oast
of Halifax. Sailors never know
whether last voar's chart is a safo
guide for navigation iu tho adjacent
waters. Many a ship has boon
wrecked upon its treacherous coast.
It has beon called tho cemetery of
tho ocoan, and it deserves tho name.
It would havo 110 population if tho
Canadian Government did not find
it. necessary to support a scoro or so
of peoplo thoro to look aftortho
lighthouses and care for castaways
who aro thrown upon tho island.
If tho French maps of two contu
rios ago told the truth Sablo Island
has since that time lost moro than
half its area. Maps of tho island
mado at intervals since 1818 show
remarkable changos in its form and
position. Its western oud is now
about twenty miles farther out to
sea than it was a coutur' ago. Tho
highest sand dune, which was form
erly about 200 foot abovo tho sea
level, is now only about 80 foot high.
Tho shifting sands aro constantly
changing tho outline of tho curious
little lake in the interior just as thoy
do tho coutour of tho coasts. Some
times this lake is wholly cutoff from
tho soa, and at other times a wide
channel joins it with tho Atlantic.
Years ago two small vessols took re
fuge in this lake from a storm, only
to find that thoy wore prisoners, uu
ablo to put to sea when ready to
pursue thoir voyage. In a singlo
night tho Atlantic sometimes eats
up many acres of tho groat sand
heap, only to build it up in some
other direction. Its present ' form
is a crescent, with its convex side to
tho south. Two of tho three light
houses built since 1880 wore under
mined by tho invading ocean, and a
while ago the third was badly dam
aged and will probably have' to be
It is fortunate that thoro are not
many similar impediments in the
mo-it frequented tracks of commerce.
Sable, however, is only an exagge
rated typo of moving islands in vari
ous parts of tho world. Winds,
storms and currents are continually
changing tho outlines of not a few
low, sandy islands in the Pacific.
Baker Island, lying under tho equa
tor 1101 ih of tho Phumix Archipol
ajro, is a verv curious instanco of
these changes. In summer tho
wind blows almost steadily from" tho
southeast and !!io axis of tho bifr
sandbank extends directly east and
west. In winter, when tho dominat
ing atmospheric current conies from
tho northeast tho bank moves south,
tho extreme annual oscillation in
tho position of the island being
about 700. feet. New York Sun.
Dr. McDonald of Halifax, N. S.,
who lately visited these islands with
his wife, was relating his experience
on tho "moving island" to people
here, giving facts very similar to
tho foregoing. Tho doctor was sent
as a Government commissioner to
Sablo island 1113113' yoars ago, aud
mado an elaborate report on tho
phenomena thoro observed. Mr.
James L3'lo, of tho Honolulu Marino
Railwa3, was once ono of a wreck
ing party who went to tho island to
take off a beached vessel. Thoy
worked till night one day, rotiring
to rest on board tho vessel. A terri
fic storm arose and prevailed most
of tho night. Tho party awoke in
tho morning to find thoir vessel
alloat iu tho interior lake mentioned
in tho abovo sketch.
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. Wc can't force conviction in
to your head or med
Doubtlng iciue into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, aud the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, aud spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 11 22
Brown Stieet, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty ycariofage and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, alter many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
know that she rver had it." O
l'OIt SALE CHEAP
1 "Cleveland" Bicycle
II. !:. WALKHlt.
HI King liros.
The. Daily llulktin is delivered by
carrieri for 50 aunt per vwnth,
Hawailau Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, April S, 1893.
There seems to be an Idea
that Mr. Blount should call a
mass meeting in some con
venient corner of the city and
tell the people what he knows
about the situation. It is
hardly probable that he will
take this step because it is
generally understood that he
doesn't know very much about
it but is here to find out. His
desire to "say nothing but saw
wood" is beginning to wear on
the public at large. So far as
getting anything out of Mr.
Blount goes the newspaper
correspondents have given it
up, but to keep in practice so
as to be ready when the Com
missioner is they take turns in
interviewing the statue of Ka
mehameha in front of the Gov
When the form of govern
ment is settled (and the time
is indefinite) the boom that
will follow the dull period is
sure to make up for the anx
ious fidgety hours the average
Honolulu man is now experi
encing. Every one who reads
the foreign papers remembers
the momentous question asked
in the United States dtirinp-
Mr. Cleveland's first camp
aign, "What's the matter with
Grover?" A majority of the
people replied, "He's all
right!" It's about the same
with Mr. Blount. Whatever
happens a majority of the peo
ple in Hawaii nei will say
"He's all right."
Knives and forks go ha mi
ni hand with you anil us. Our
assortment of table cutlery
and silver plated ware is look
ed upon by dealers as the
standard of excellence, and is
the base from which the sup
plies of the people in the
group are drawn from. As to
style we are the leaders.
As to quality we know of
none better; the silverware
has a base of superior white
metal upon which are four
layers of the best silver, they
haven't the ring of the solid
article but in appearance they
bear a close resemblance.
The table cutlery is simply
superb, if the term may be
applied to knives, and is
made to cut. The handles are
of the sort that retain their
color and stay on.
We have a few more sets
of the pretty red and white
table glassware, cut or en
graved as you wish; very ele
gant for the price, which we
have made low enough to suit
anyone. For sideboard deco
ration the pieces surpass any
thing we have ever imported
except perhaps the genuine
By the "Mary Winkleman"
we received enough rope to
make a network over the
Island of Oahu or run a cable
from here to San Francisco.
We have all sizes in either
pure Manila or Duplex.
We haven't talked lamps
for a long time, so long that
your thoughts have drifted
away from the subject and you
have contented yourself with
the old one when you wanted
something better. Those we
offer you are, as usual, the
best; the burners vie with the
sun in giving light. The
burner is the first thing to
look after in selecting a
lamp; get one that will not be
a receptacle for all the dust
and dirt that accumulates from
the sweeping. In those we
have selected for you is a
delightful combination of orna
ment and utility.
T :: tt...i ti.i
naWHliaU naiUWaiB LlU.. Jb U
Opposite Sprockets' lllook,
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
for 10 rxA-YS onsri-fsr.
"Wednesday -A.pril 5,
Ami will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Stile 1 will oiler to the public one of the Largest and
Host Selected .Stock of Trunks and Valises
ever scon in Honolulu
At Prices which will Astonish You All !
Ur This sale will be it line chance for those intending to
travel this summer, its you will find most tiny stylo in tho shape
of a Trunk or Valise at the Tumplk or Fashion.
jjKF- No Goods in the above mentioned line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
I also reserve the right
and One Vttlise to any one customer.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
It is the
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LEEAIINQ & COMPANY,
73 Warr;n St., New York.
HOLLISTEB, & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
RoyaLllawaiiaaOpera House Tbe Earth's Fair!
L. J. Lo voy
J. P. ICnlidluwui
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted forthoStagcby the Hawaii I'onoi
Dramatic Co., to be "iiro,-i,ntclil in Kng-
liili by Native llawaiians on
THURSDAY EVENING, April 13,
AVill bo produced n Mclo-ilramn in
Two Acts, entitled ;
"The Lady Twilight"
Ne-w SCsenes I
New Costumes I
IsTo-w Songs I
A Musical Interlude by tue Company:
Overturn Huwaiian Xational Iland
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by tho Company.
&- A Ret of ltcallstio Scenery has beon
specially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual BOc, 70c. & $1.00.
Door Opens at 7:80; Performance at 8.
ttf llox Plan open at Levey's where I
Tickets can be had for all parts of the
llOlIMI, lf.'-'iit (
J IJbl lCiiVjJi1 V JirfJD
By the Bark "II. Ilackfeld"
A NEW SUPPLY OF
-- FOIS fcAI,i: IIY- -
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
rnilE ANNUAL MEKT1NU OF
I members of the Hawaiian .lockev
-..,;-,,, ,,.v .. V . I... i-.l. .!,
Jlll Will DC I1VIU (Ml .1IUO I. I I , I HU I I 111 Ul
April, ui TiiHiu'iiiui'i: l', N..UI mo Hawaiian
Hotel. C. 0. lIllltOElt,
I - Iotol Streets.
to sell no moro than Ono Trunk
Scg You are respect
Your doctor fn 'lsted to call at
Our Store and get a Fkkk
Saiplic of the
Fire Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
to m: moi.n uxdek the auspices
Catholic Church of Hawaii
At "Eden Grove," Kalihl-kai,
Saturday, 15th inst.
KKOM n A. JL TO 7 P. M.
An International Feast to be given by the
Tlio United States vs. Hawaii.
An Elegant Lunch will be Bet in Ame
riean itylo and tho tables presided over by
ladies who know what good cooking is,
and who will nrenaro dislies in a manner
i to suit tho most fastidious.
A Genuine Hawaiian Feast
i in which the succulent young pig will bo
j served as tho plrrc ih rahtance cooked In ti
( leaves, underground. Pond mullet with
I luau, will bo an irrcsistuble sido issue.
Everything ediblo known tothoHawniians
will be careful) v prepared by elllclent
cooks and served iu true native style.
will be a feature lrjng to bo remembered by
visiting tourists and others
are oil'ered to exhibitors of tho host pro
duets In Horticulture, Agricultuic, Ha
waiian Art, Floriculture and Homo Itulo.
In Die latter tho committee asks for spe
cimen of home-made bicad, aud a medal
In u handsoino Morocco case will bo
awarded us a (lnt prize. Tlio managers
nUu oiler a prize for the host specimen of
Home Production, i. o., the Fattest Uaby,
All Exhibits to be Sold after the Fair !
SGr Tinlim will leave tho Oahu Hall
, l""'"' m"1 L'vt"'J luiIMiour fioin Vi o'clock
way blalioii every hour from 0 a. m. until
until 7 i
, '-pin: two pieces or
-L Property with the
llulldiugs thereon, situated
on Kinir street, and nt nro-
hem occupied uy iuusrs. B, owieiu aim
,1. Downey, both being oppoUto the resi
lience of f. Jl, Atliertonj each of these pre
mises are bringing in an annual rental of
f'lfi, and a Hue opportunity is hereby
ulleied anyomi who is desirous of owning
a nice comfort ible homo lu a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms apply to
utu-tr JOlfN F. UOUIUHN.
riMIK ANNUAL MEKTINfl OF THE
X riliiekliolilcrs u( Die Kaplolaui Park
Axi-oi'lutluii uill'lm held at the Ulllee of
Win. (J. IruinA- Co., (LM), on FltlDAY,
the Mill lut., at II nViocl; a, i.
W. M. UlFFAItl),