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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUU.M AND Al'TKR JUNK I. 1SU3.
To Ewa Mti.u
A slight showor of rain
Thoro will lo no issuo of thu
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING.
of Entries for
Tlio chief attraction to-morrow,
Diamond Hond, H p. in.--Vuntuor wjli i,0 tho tenth annual mooting of
Uuve I'oarlOity i):
Arrive Ewa Mill tt:
hazy, wind northeast.
Chief Justiuo Judd
ollioo after vacation.
is back to his
Leave Kwu Mill .
I.pnvo lVnrl City.
A detective branch of the
force is being organized.
Bedrooms with or without
at Waikiki aro advertised.
tho Hawaiian Jockov Club at Kanio
lani Park, commencing at 1:80
o'clock. Entrios for tho ovonts
closed at tho oflico of Mr. C. O. Bor-
poiico Bori secretary of tho club, on Wodnos-
J day, and a glnnco ovor tho list will
satisfy anyono tuat tnoro will bo
THE CABLE IB COMING.
A. SnUirdnvs only.
C. Kuinluvs excepti'il.
Tidos, Sun and Moou.
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a.m. D.in. li.iii, n.iu.
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The Supreme Court ha? a number
of appeals from the Circuit Court
A list of officers of tho 1'orturtueso
Mutual Beueiit Society of Hawaii
Tho P. G. band serenaded the pas
sengers by tho S. S. Warrimoo at tho
Hotol yesterday evening.
Mr. J. W. Jones, court steno
grapher, loft for tho Volcano on tho
stoamor Kiuau this afternoon.
Tho following important item is
from tho Australian Jbiar (Sjdnoy)
of August 10. It hhow.t that tho
cablo now boing laid from Queens
land to Now Caledonia is intended
by its promoters as part of a trans
pacific lino to Vnucoin or, touching
at Fiji, Samoa and Honolulu:
"The Hon. J. Kidd il'ostmastor
Gnnorali and Mr. P. 15. Walker
board some cloo racing, as all tho nuimnls i (Secretary of Telegraphs) will leave
aro identified with tho finest bred ! Sydney on Monday evening for Bris-
horsos ever imported hero. In tho ' bano, and thoro join tlio voel
pool-soiling which took place yostor- E'rancis Arago to witness the laying
day evening Amarino was tho favor- ' of tho now cablo from Bundaberg to
ito in tho first, ov.iut. In tho match . Gomoii. Noumea. This cablo will
For This Week Only !
5SO irort Stroet, Honolulu
0 Hi 10 10
U 15 11 0
U 11 II -
Last quiit'Ur o tho moon on tlio 2d, u llli.
Time Wlilstlu blows ut 111. 2Sm. Jls. ji.ni. of
Honolulu Mini.', wliteli Is tlio muni- us rill. um.
04. or lileenwlcli tuni'.
i'RE BAIL! BOLLHTM.
FlilDAY, SEPT. 1, LMM.
Km hay, Suj. 1.
Am bk Alex McNeil, Jorgcnsen, for Pugot
Br bk Pnrtheiiojxj, Hunt, for Astoria
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Bchr Ka Moi for Koliala
Vesssla Leaving Monday.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Burn Mokolii for Molokai
Kor Vancouver, B C, per CiASS War
rimoo. Aug 31 J G Rotliwell, V A Peacock
and wifeMhos Rewrastle and wife, John
Winter, J Brown, T W Hnrvey, Miss Car
rie C'a-tle, Mrs II N Custlu and child, Chns
Gay, Mr Buuhhulrz, I.ieut 0 Feilke, K N
Williams und wife, Thos X Datte, II M
Whitney, H C P.ilmer. 9 Portnguose and
3:2 passenger.-! in transit.
Kor Maui and Hawaii, per btmr Kinau,
Sept 1 For Volcano: J Coon, W J
Ca'iar, J W Jones. Kor wav ports: Mr." K
Kaauwai and child, Miss M Powers, 'Har
riet FCoan and boy from Lahaina to Hilo),
A PernnniK'Z, Miss Bella Weight, O Cahen,
A Herbert, Dr Asano, D Porter, E Flohr,
AV J Smith, Mrs L Sienicr and child, Mi's
Dunn, Mi Dunn, Mri Jo.iler and child,
Mrs ParKh child and servant, H S Yegi,
Miss H Hitchcock, Ktsv K S Tiniotto, Hon
S B Dole, Mi.-s Barne-,, Mra U K Wilder
and 5U deck.
Foreign Vessel Expectad.
Am hi: Mitriliii flavin from Boston, due
Dec 5-15 !
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Francisco for
' Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, fiom Puget Sound, duo
Qer bk J U Pduger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul I&enberg trotu Liverpool, due
Am shiu Toncullaut from Port Blakelv
Am bk Amelia, from 1'ugci Sound, Aug at
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston, Day, from a crui-e
TJ S S Adams, Nelson, from a ciulse
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Albert, Grililths, from San Fran
cisco Br bchr Norma, Macijuarrie, from Yoko
hama Am bk S C Allen from San Francisco
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
The steamer Claudine will be duo early
The U & A 8 H Wurritnoo took yesterday
from this port for Vancouver, it, C, th
following cargo: J Kidwell,320 jiinenppl'-b;
Pearl City Fruit Co., 47 bundles and 4:!i
crates bananas, 240 pineapples, Gl bags
potatoes; Geo Lycnrgus, 441 bunches ba
nanas, 1280 pineapple?, 8 bags cocoanutsj
G Brewer ifc Co., 4u kegs ino'ar-'-es; 1. W.
Jordan. 20 cases hoiifv; T V Harvoy, 111 I
crates bananas; J. 1. Murphy, 21 caeei
merchandisu; Ohas. Wilcox, 201 bunches
and 222 crates buunnas; T. ltuwcastle, 40
cases honey; T. G. Thrum, 7 cases curios;
tJIPlioti it Uo.. os Dales w
Marshal & Co., 701 crates and 171 bunches
bananas. Domestic value, 8,107.22; value
t i ' One Chinaman for opium smoking
1'L- I aiu' " druuk constituted tho ar
rests by tho police last night. I
o 19 ; 30 ' ,1'1,!r,! will ho only practice at '
ii is 8 10 cricket to-morrow, the Married vs .
it t tt i Single match boing declared off. '
o id n 21 i ,n, ,7 77Tii , . . '
j. ne xiouoiiuu lootoaii ciuo uau a
largo rally and a hot practice at tho
Makiki recreatiou ground yesterday.
The throe stowaways who arrived
by the S S. Miowera were rent back j
by tho S. S. Warrimoo to Vancouver i
Mr. H. M. Whitney, manager of
tho llawaiiau Gazette Company, '
loft by tho Warrimoo for a change
of air in tho Pugot Sound region.
Thochangein the Oceanic through
steamers.' titno table is to reduce thu
timo between tho arrivals and de
partures of mails in tho Colonies.
Do not forgot the timo when 3011
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till nine
in tho morning. Mutual telephone
Tho C. Si A. ti. S. Warrimoo left
at 9 o'clock yesterday evening for
Vancouver. B. C. Sho took a mail
consisting of 2531 letters and 696
In the Our Navy, a paper publish
ed in Now York, dated Aug. 9th, ap
pears a program of tho events which
took place ou tho U. S. S. Boston on
tho Glorious Fourth.
Mr. Harry Z. Austin, teacher at
Kapaa, Kauai, carries homo with
him a commission to take acknow
ledgement of labor contracts in the
District of Kawaihau.
race l-,ortl tiroclt loomed up, and
Lot Slocum and Billy C. sold frooly.
Tho pneumatic-tirod sulky, tho
only ono on tho islands, will be soon
for tho first timo ou tho Kapiolaui
Park track. It will bo hitched to
Lot Slocum, tho favorite in tho trot
Following is tho program and tho
Fntsr Race Queen's Purso, S75.
Kunning raco, half milo dash. Ha
waiian bred horses.
Entries: Queen L. and Amarino,
Ii. Billontiue; and Littlo One, C. W.
Second Race Honolulu Purso,
S100. Trotting and Pacing, milo
heats; best 2 in 3 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
Entries: Fred Mac.C.W. Macfar
lane; Minnie and Waikapu Maid, W.
Tiiinn Race Match race, 0110
inilo dash, between Duke Spencer,
V. H. Rickard; and Lord Brock, W.
FouiiTU Rack President Haw.M-
Jockoy Club cup, $75
bo tho lirsj liiik in tho Pacific cablo
to Vancouver's Island, and will cover
between 800 and ilOll mile?. Tho
route will bo via Samoa, Fiji and
Honolulu. Tho Pianci- Arago will
bo at Brisbauo on Monday, and will
proceed with tho laying of the cablo ,
as soon as sho has completed her
coaling. Tlio operations will take
some six or aovon days in the event
of good weather, and tho vessel is
expected back in about a fortnight.
Mr. Walker will bo on board as tho
representative of two Governments,
viz.. tho Governments of Now South
Wales and Queensland, and will
superintend tho operations. The
Postmaster-General will accompany
tho parti' to make himself acquainted
with tho route and witness, tho lay
iug of tho cable."
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
TAM.ni.ii, July 21, I8'J..
W. S. l'AI.MKU, Ecj., Engineer o( Dis
tnct No. 1, So. l'ucitic (Jo.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
"Wash -:- Materials
Best Quality Sateens, plain and floured
Fine Quality Flowered
1 artis lor Si.uu
ind .Striped Mull
G Yards for SI. 00
Fancy Dress Ginghams,
unl dark ground : latest de-
the entire line (J Yards for SI. 00
Trotting and paciug, best 3 in I. to
harness. 1 roo to all.
Entries: Gorstor, T. Hollingor;
Lot Slocum, Lahaiua Stables; and
Johnny Havward, W. H. Cornwall.
Fiptu Race Kalakaua Cup, S"5
added. Running raco, ono-milo dath
for Hawaiian bred horses owned by
members of the club; cup to become
tho property of tho ono winning it
Entries: Amarino, Robert Balleu
tine; Leilohua, W. H. Rickard; Billy
C, W. H. Cornwell.
Sixth Race Kapiolani Park Purso,
S100. Trotting and pacing, mile
dash; threo-minuto class; best 2 in
3 to harness.
Entries: Linda W., A. Goodwin;
Fred Mac, C. W. Macfarlano; Aii
puni, Lahaina Stables.
Seventh Race Oceanic Steamship
Co.'s Cup, S75 added. Running race,
three-quarter milo dash.
Entrios: Loilehua and Duke Spen
cer, W. H. Rickard; Billy C. and
Lord Brock, W. H. Cornwoll.
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
SKThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Mra. O. JI. Card
Sehaulor, tho notorious P. G.
guard, was arrested again last night
lor druukonnoss. This morning ho
pleaded guilty in tho District Court
and was lined &'2 anil St costb.
PRESIDENT DOLE DEVAKX3.
Kilikina, tho woman who deserted
her Japanese husband nearly two
months ago, and was arrested for
desertion, became reconciled to the
old man this morning and was dis
charged. J. F. Morgan will hold a salo of
horses at tho Club Stables, to make
room for othera shortly to arrive, on
Saturday, Sept. 9th. Two buggies
and wagonette will bo sold at tlio
Thoro aro clouds enough but, as
tho proverb says, all signs fail in a
dry timo. It is a- long tims since a
di ought was ko sovoro boforo in Ho
nolulu as to compel tho stopping of
It was reported that Mrs. Admiral
Skerrett missed a diamond ring, a
gold pin and somo othor jewelry
valued at between S200 and S300 this
morning from her apartment at tho
Hotel. Tho polico aro looking into
Accopts Royal Honors as He Leaves
on His Jaunt.
Hon. S. B. Dole, President of the
Provisional Government, was a pas
sougor on tho steamer Kinau this
afternoon for Kohala, Hawaii, whoro
ho will bo tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ebon P. Low. Thoro was a large
crowd at. tho Kinau wharf to witness
Ins depart uro. lne JF. U. nana was
on tho wharf and playod prior to,
and after tho President's arrival. A
squad of well-drilled policemen un
der Captain Parker and Lieutenant
Koalakai wore stationed on tho
wharf. Their marching to and from
tho wharf was much admired.
Mr. Dole, with Major Potter, his
atdo-do-camp, arrived in a carriage
and pair driven by tho well known
coachman, Mr. Buckley, at 1:50
o'clock, and while tho polico saluted,
the baud played the oflicial march,
"Provisional Government," compos
ed by Prof. Bergor. Mr. Dole was
mot by Chief Justice Judd, acting
President Hatch, Ministers King,
Damon and Smith, Col. J. H. Sopor,
Commander of tho Forces, and
staff, Majors J. H. Fisher and Mc-
.111 ,!... - i..fi r i. 1 L.00U, anu -iarsnai nucucocis. ur.
bankrupt stock from Melbourne, D',hj. wout on board accompanied by
after many auction sales in Hono! I B f1'0?0 Poag03 who remained
lulu aud on tho other island0, was
Made Over Anew
Ilhitl that the oil require! much lei' nii
mcut than tinned to make n paint of the re 1
ouifitc cuieriiiij anil spieadinq uuutiutt. 100 j -, . -n
li). of white Ic id will inko no more than 4 UottOtl JrOllgee,
to 'a unib. ui inisecu, wane 111 inv Duinitii:
Mini, 1 get even bolter results witu li tu lu
usillonsol' l.ucol, iVrtrt in my iviMiul roat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lurol tu 1W) lb;, of
lead. This me.itis a Verv materiul savins I
(from one-third 10 one-halt) In the. amuuiit
of pigment neceisaiy to cover 11 given sut
laco. In niv roof coloi I u-ed les1- than 100 His.
of "car paint" ll'riiioe- Memltiu gtound in
oil 1 wheic a roof 01 this Me luix always re
quired L'OU lbs. of ear paint with Indeed oil. ,
1 mixed my roof color with lb gallons of
l.uool to the lot) lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than 1 ever got with
U"-s than one-half that number ol gallon-
of lltiM'ed. I give you simply the farts, but I
1 cannot iindei-tand or explain them.
'J he drxing iitulitiu ut the nrw oil are
perleet. 'I'he iirimimj runt with white lead, I
dried strong and hard in-dde of 21 hour. I
'1 ho first coat for sand took the -and fieely,
liriulv and In lariter (iitantitv than linseed
and dried hard inside of 'JI hour.s. Tho
second cent of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21 THllhnno T nnito dmliininim
. hour.s. It covered perleotly and dried with tUOOOIlS, iltlCCS, IllilDrOluclV,
ti tliti. u.nfirttli wii.n... niiti.tli Irnn fn,ti. I ' -
' wiinklesand blisters, and bore out remark
ably well 50 us to develop a line Inure, giv-
, iug much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with twoeoatsof linseed
I on new woud. The ear paint spread ou tho
roof was mixed with raw l.ueol and dried
perfcctl in 'Jl hours.. Notwithstanding
' thai only one-half the usual amount of
eolor was used, the paint covered perfectly
' and did not run. The second coat of -and
striped nnd plaid
S Yards for $1.00
Chronlo Hoadacho Curod-Voak
(.tines Mado Strong and Well.
" Tor years I had sick licadiclicj every day, and
1 aho had icry wcnli I uni. Since I have
been takltrj lino I'm Hirui.aiill-i, I Iiavo
been cniircl caird cf headaches, and my
Iuuki are stroasam! well. I riciuls oltctisay
Kow Well You'ro LooklnG
I tell tlamlt.Ij duo to IIo-hI'i Smaparilh. I
an small la btilura nsver v.tl!icd o;cr
100 pounds before tat.! is Iloo.l'a Ciriapa-
rill.i, a.id at the tlrao I bca:' t.i':li it I had
ra:i clown ta 83 poun li, tut naw 1 v;cl'.i
111'.. Sty frlrniU t!.ou::'.:t I Tou'..I badeat!
Ions eo, but 1 am p' rfsct'.y well. I .-.si
uaablu to RXprii ir.y thinki for t'10 yoid
tilled up sulidlv. taking una larer quan
tity ot sand more eveiily tnan 1 nave ever
gotten on to linseed.
The l.ueol has eft'erted a saving of 215
l'os. of pigment or nearly oue-thim of thu
amount usually icciuirca for a building of
With lespi'ft to the general appearance
of the liuislied work, I must ronir-.s that 1
lif er saw iis eimal in twoeoat work with
linseed, aud it the oil weais iis well at
lancrrd as it has worn with the .Master
Car I'aiiiter, Mr. Kitc-h, at Sacramento,
there cm be no question about the eut'h
UluItlTY of Liirnt oier tiwecd, ri en at t!i'
xinf pi ice ii'r ijal on, in ItCUNOMY, UUOl)
I.UUUM urn lit DUKAUIUTY.
Signed W. 11. MUl.l.US,
Koreinnn I'aintfr, Soutliciu Patillc Co.
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns
Wool Dress Goods,
ha? loiie mo."
lau I, f'!.
li t.u:n, 1:
11 ii r li.
takon away by Mr. Murpliy to Van
couver by tho Warrimoo. Thoro
were 21 casos takon an a v.
Tho fivo-milo foot raco which was
to havo taken place between C. J.
liarry, of the U. S. S. Boston, and
Antouo Kaoo tho local sprinter, to
morrow week will probably not tako
place, as tho uacKots ol tlio loca
man think that the niirt.0 will
orf bulbs wool; CumpbeH, covor tho cxppusos oi training.
CHANGES IN THE FOItCE.
KAMAKAUAHOA At Jloanalua. Oalitt,
Aug. SI, lb'J, to the wife of Dan IC.
Kumakiiuahoa, a kom.
FISOHKlt-At Hatnlmrg, Oermany, on
tho 10th July, Heinrieh KNclior, form
erly it lesideiit of this place, ufter u
lonK llliiesi, aged nearly iU jear.
Speciala and Regulars Lot Out by
with him until tho chief officer gang
out to lower the gangway, whon they
retired. M r. ti. W . boverauce, U. b.
Consul-General, T. R. Walker, Brit
ish vice-C'otiHul, aud Bishop Willis
hook hauds with Mr. Dolo as ho
As tho Kin, -in got clear of the
wharf a .squad of marines on the U.
,S. S. Boston presented arms and a
salute of twentY-ouo truns was Crod
not I in lr. Dole's honor. A detachment
of tho P. G. artillery company also
fired a salute of twenty-one guns &t
the shore battery. The Hawaiian
tlag How at the bow of tho steamei,
tho Stars and Stripes at the foretop,
and another Hawaiian flag floated
to tho breeze at tho maintop.
. r Ho, lU'.lous.
HOBRON, NEWMAN fc CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island".
PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIE
TY OF HAWAII.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands ;
arasmaara ezEo. nil v&r
cssa iji "y
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING Or THE
Portucueie Mutual Ueni-fic Society of
Hawaii, held on the 27th day of August,
1893, the following Otlieurs were elected to
serve the remainder of the term :
Jose O. Silva, President; vice P. A. Diaz,
M. R. A. Vieira, viee-Presidf rit; vice A.
F. Medeiros, reaiyned.
M. G. Silva, Secretary; viee J. I. Avellor,
Jose G. Furia. Member of the Hoard of
Directors; vice M. A. Gous.ilvcs, resigned.
M. fi. S1I.VA, I
Secretary P. M. It. S. of Hawaii.
TTEI'.R PASTOR' lbKNUKHO Wlltl)
Xi am .SONNTAG, den .5 Seiiieniber.
Vnrniittued II L'hr, in der Y. M. I'. A
Hull predigpii. 1S-Iit
lloastbd, QiouQd and Packed lu Kom
L" S . 1 5 5:3' 9 jf& -5"'
Hobinsou Block, Hotol Street, opno. Betlinl Stroet
KEALEKEHE COFFEE CO
. I Furniture, Upholster j Cabinet Making
TO BE HAH At Illlt
Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
After 6th of September
ON HAND AN i:XTi:.S.SIVr. ASSORTMENT Off
i ,. ra ' :
r '" ' - r . :r:. 1
" .."). .j . ' rii- "Vis.'s
a. :J..T, -l - '&a& RtP Vp Ptr
si && itJk$ h MC., filG.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DA.MA iKI) GOODS ICKJT ON HAND
Robinson Bloci:, Qutbl Street, oppo. Butbol Street,
itm.i. Tr.i.RPiiuNK (,,, -t gxr- mi'itai. 'irlkphonk aw
Tho Queen's Birthday Kucca.
Tho cars will run riunrtor-lioiirly
bctwoon Wtiikiki and 1'nlama, coin
moncing at 8:!i0 from tho Chino-o
Theatre. Tho lirht qtiartoi-hntir ear
from Paluma loavos at i-A7, the quarter-hour
cars will eeaso ruuiiiny at
the usual Satuulay timo.
Tho siict't'RH of Mm. Ainiii M.
Beam, of .Wclteosporl, l'oiiii.i3'lvauia,
in 1 ho trout incut of dinrrhoja in hor
chiklron will undoubtedly ho of in
torobl to man mothnrs. Slid h.n:
''1 spent hovoral weeks in Joustown,
Pa., aftei the groat lluotl, on account
of uiy husband buing omployod
thoro. Wo had sin oral fiiildioii with
us, two of whom look tho diarrho.-a
vory badly. I K' oiiio of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cliolen and Diarrlut-a
Jtoincdy from Hov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thom. I knuiv of
fiuveral olhoi cani, tvhxro il tvih
equally Hiiticn.sful. I 1I1111K it can
not bo ou'nlh-d and ciicm fully n
coiiiiiiitud it." .'1 ami f0 i-out "bot
IIdh for Mlit by all deulem. Huiibou,
Smith ii Co,, agi.nlH foi tho liuwai
Marshal Hitchcock made several
dismissals in his deiiartinont 30!ter
day. Specials. Hitclilield and .Mac
douald, who have been on duty at
uif-fht ai Kaiuoiliili, weio given their
walking paperb, as also wore officers
Vr11. Spooner and S. Gourley of tho
I harbor police, Oha-. Tiipp, guard at
Oaliu I'rison, aud Nolioloa of the
1 regular police.
1 Several nioro clianges are to Lo
1 made which weio tu have matorial
iod this afUM'iioou, but none havo
I Mr. Thomas 13at to, editor of tho
I Urnphiu, Teiarhaua, Arkansas, has
1 found what he believes to bo tho
I best remedy in oxirtncc for the lltii.
I His experience is well worth romoiii-
' bmiiig. He ba.s: "Liot summer 1
, had a very severe attack of llu. 1
'tried aiuioai eii. kimwn iciuedy,
', none gi.ing ieli'f. Chambei Iain's
: Lolic, Choh'ia and Diaiilnea lnine-
1 dv was lociiinirjoiidi'd lo 1110. I ptu
, chased a bottle ami reomtod almost
, immediate relief. I continued lo
1 uso 1J10 medicine ami was niiinoh
1 cuied. 1 'ake pleasure in lecuiii-
iiieniliiig mis lemcdy lo any person
sull'oriiig with mich a itisearo, a in
my opinion it 11 I he iiesi iiiediciiie
inoiisteuco." '2h and Ml cent buttles
(01 sale by nil dcnlun. isoiiboii.
rtniith x Co., ageuih (01 the llawai
j. KCXEnp &, 00.
Ir. l'uilhousc, 11 llnrlciii phyici(u,
w.is stidileuly called away front 11 curd
jinny to attend to a sick patient, Mr-.
J'ort'ly 1'uiiipinir. He look the l.nlV
pul-e, und ulist nl-uiimledly counted
lie- lie, 1 In, When lu- Kt l" u'" hi
coniium d : "J.ick, Ueuii, kiuu, nee,"
The l.idv iccoveiud ; but Dr. FulllniiiM'
! Iii.-t ,t piiilclit, iievcitheli.'s.s.
I It has long been our candid con
' vii'tifin thai if all the dogs in the
1 world wi'io boiled down into one,
j thero would bo in tho result tho
I making of a noble inau. Un the
other hand, we fancy that if all tho
I men in tho world wore boiled down
1 into ono there would be in the result
I lie making of a precious poor dog.
1 liujrnr Field,
, A tall red-whiskered man with a
1 slouch hat and frontier accent walk- I
ed up to the boxoilico of the Schiller
, Theater, in Chicago, one night lately
; -11111 demanded two seat.. He in 1
' formed the treasurer that ho was '
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was told that a good seat would be ,
presented to him if he had the price.
As he sliopod the tickets into his !
pocket ho said, ''What time does the
show begin)" "At 8:l.r, sir." "Well, '
if 1 a'ut (1010011 time don't wait for
inej I'll drop in nforu long." Jiz- '
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