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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2, 189G.
mmum wwifjfiii 9uiWPnittimrmMiMm.mwi&&Hnm3nimmm
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
i.aicst rintnifiv .m:s.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Continued from Jth l'age.
r.M. H. N. l'lIKU rilM TUB COAST
llrlllHli Tramp tvlth Vnlunl'lP CHrjjo
ol Whont-llniriillnn nark ttosa-
The steamer Lcliua went on tlio Marine
Kallw tiy for repairs Saturday afternoon.
The linrk 3nnn nt, recently reported atliorc
at llnkmlitle, gut oil without serious damage.
Tlio W II Dimotul willed from 8nn Francis
Co for tlit p.irt Oct !il and the Albert sailed
on I lie 'i'AU.
r.cldcn . hm'I on the way, there arc quite
a umiiber of vivU loadlngcoal nt Newcastle
Tomorrow, lilcli tide large 2:14 a m; lilch
tldo oinull 'J IU p in; low tide lari;c 8.2 p m;
low tide mnill "45 a m
Cuptaln 1'i'trloand twelve mm of the Hrl
tlMi tramp "tcamer l.liillllicow, arrived nt
Ban Jiwe ill- Guatemala on Ott 23.
Sailed Arum Newea le. N 8 W, for Uonolu
111 Sept I. Unw I'k Itnmllc, Sept IT. Ur hk
O.ikli.-vnK; -v pt , Ijk Htnuilou.
The tlawnllan bark Andrew Welch was
loading "t 'mi Fraticlco on Oct art, and wns
to have ailed on the J'.lth for Honolulu
The I'JirK S C Allen. C'npt Tlmmpn ni
tcr arrliul in atunlay afternoon with a gcti
r cargo and a lew passengers from the
The American steamship Peru of the Pailfic
Mall line, nrrlvnt In on arlivdiite time UiN
fngriilus. linvlnir allcrt from San Francisco
on Orr. 0 he leave for tint Orient this
a "kalian bark Hohalle. NUscn raasUr;
sailed Into port thl morning without tint aid
of the tlitf he has a full ciriro of Newcastle
coal, and mmle the voagc In about 40 days
Hough went I" r with muiti rain was expert
wired during thu trip.
The llrlllh tiamp steam-hip Egrcmont
Castle, dipt Valentine, arilved In this morn
ing. She nailed Irom Sun I' run. Isco, Oct U
bound for Calcutta with a cargo of 81. .04
centals h heat valn-d at fllll.015. She put
into this port foi coil.
Wilder' ' ntner I.UelU" Is again III corn
i..t..., i. ...i.,. i.nvn Intil no for a fow months
miaou.,.. ........ .',..,.. . ....I
A new (lei k house Iihs ncen mini nu, ,.
othet Itiipro omenta made. A Mipply of coal
mas put In her bunkers and the citrines were
tried lodaj It is said Cap! Njeof the Leluia
t ill tul.e command.
ArrlMil 'mi KraiieNio' Oit 21. bk Sautla
n !l ilisfriini lltto, hii; Lurlltie. IU days
from Kalmlni Oil 2! M-m-liip Monowai,
C dajs IS hours from Honolulu. Oct Jo.
steamship Coptle.ft davs 2o hours from llo
n.iliibi U I .l. I' d fi nn Honolulu;
tchr Muriel, 18 days from Honoipu.
Custi'ins inst.etor Neeillutn, In pursuance
oflililulii, went nlntiin-lil. tho l'eru this
tnoinln-' b. !' she loirhcd thu dock n
Mead of 1 id'l'-r, h rone vn tlimwti oxer the
teep hide ol the "hip for him to ellmb aboard
-u ttli. Tin ropowns wet ami slippery, so he
jiieli ir i i bud Job "1U-K" rightly
tlimil.i it.', w - u tin nil tenl. he mid" ft
l.rnr.ilik "I i I. u ooll ft
. luu utiav w.is wi'u
..:? . i
' - .
Five. rate, ol live toads, fmni the Orient
per tie ! .lauelrii, hae been l.lin: on
inf.iii M iiiir.1 diiiff nmiirii .V fl III1U ,11
-. . ,..... ..lA..n.l
tiiocistmnsotikers with eouiie son.' uurini'
HicVt two iiuihts. They ie cnnslmied to
JYof Koebele. Tho poor little fellohae
'OcentfliiL'to).'et out of their prl-ons ecr
l.lL'lll uil.J riivu,i', ,..wv", m... -..........-..
eii- inions ecr
since tin r arrived. They slioulil have tieen
liberated tl v day thev were landed
Sunday. No 1.
Stmr CIs inline, Cameron, from Maul ports.
Btmr Mlkalm'n, llttslund, from ports on
Stmr rt'olnleale, l'etersoii, from Walmea,
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, Irom Oahu
Mommy. Nov. 2.
1" M 8 8 l'eru, Krlele, from San Kianclsco
llrSS Ku'rniiont Castle, Valentine, Irom
Haw bk Rosalie. NIsen, from Niwcnotlc.
Moniiay, Nov 2.
Stmr Iwalanl, Smythe, for Makawell, Ku
Dai. Stmr Kuala, Thompson, for Oahu
Stmr Mokolll, Hilo, for Molokai, Maul
1 I' M 8 3 l'eru, Krlele, for China and Japan .
Btmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
Stmr Clatullne, Cameron,
Btmr Mlkahal.i, Hngluud,
Stmr M'rthdeale, (irej;ory,
and othsr Knu.it iorta.
From San Francisco, per bark S C Allen,
Oi'llil Mrs I iuo and 'children and T Illr
nle. From Kauai ports, per sltnr Mlkahala, Nov
KOay, Cliarb-s Ouv, Mis 'leeus, Mrs
Grliiittnne, W II Wee ,tr, V il Klii.-u"'I, Di E
SHomllnie, 1. W lluldttln, V. R Hendry, A II
Smith, W Kakaieole mid Is on deck.
From Maul. n rslmrClaiulmo, Nov 1 - Mls
BlrKo. (i A How ud. C It Curtis I W Carte.,
jl Stroubuek, (' .fueh, It I' llo-e, A Faustlno,
Jti" Sun T Chin l)i m k, M fi Cln.iiK .mil 'J
children F C Admin: mid 41 d. ck passengers.
From -lan Fiinel-eo, per "tun I'eru, Nov
2 For Honolulu Mrs inliird II Dole, Hon
J W and Mri. Fmter. Mr and Mrs Paul Uen
t.i.r MU-ej, I-enher- -'i and mill. I. C Wolil-
ters. Mis II Sebaroni r. Rev 8 Mlt.likilo and
wife, O Turner, I. I Karri II, and J Macaiiley.
For China and Japi.n; la land F .lames, II 8
N, Mrs 8 M Jiml. Miss 8C Jnrvls, Mr and
Mrs Greenuald, K W liiowu, C Wlleklns,
Ruv 8 Swan, Mr and Mrs C Dulton, Norman
McDonald, Henry McDonald and E I) W
OAROOE8 FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ev stmr Clatullne "245 bag6 potatoes, 143
lines corn, 2d Imk bone. 33 hos, J horses,
TJ hides and 7fi Ugt find.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 2oo bafjs rice, 2i
bags bran, aud sundry pakKe.
V.x Blmr Mlkahala 'JSI list's suear, 230 bes
rice. 2:1 bncs bran 0 bills hides, 'J(l pk?s sund.
Ex stmr U'alilcale 658 bats paddy, 4(lS
bat's lice. t!S tons terap Iron, US UclU hides,
17 pkS Bllllk,
V. V. AMIl'OltO LOSUS HIS rO.HTAIi
SAVINiJK HANK OLAIM.
Jury 1'rm litcle Cue
Judge Perry prosidiug, tbo
November term o tho Circuit
Court oponod today, Sovornl
rantters tvoro disposed ot iu tbo
forenoon. John Brown is on
trial before ti native jury for as
sault tiud buttery. Mngoou for
prosecution; Bo Bolt for dofou
drtnt. Judge Carter 1ms rendered n
decision dismissing thp bill of V.
V. Asliford tigniiiR Henry F.
Poor and tlio Ilawaiian Govern
ment. The action was to recover
SM80 and interest, boiug the
balance of a deposit of 21)20 in
the Postal Savings Bank. Abu
ford gavo tho money to P. Wun
donborg,thon Postmaster General,
for safekeeping, on tho ove of
Ashford's departure for Hilo
in 1888. Wundopbsrg j;avo
it to Poor, who was clork
of tho Postal Savings Bauk,
to deposit it in that institution.
Pnor did so in his own name as
trustee. On hia roturn Ashford
did not object to tho trustee
Abovit March 11, 1889, Ashford
wanted to draw S-120 of tho depo
sit, and Bignod a blank receipt
therefor. Poor paid him S-140,
of which S20 was interest,
but filled out tho receipt witli
S2910. The decision finds that
Poor was simply a private trusteo
for Abhford ami that the Govern
ment is not liable, llartwell for
plaintiff, E. P. Dole, D. A. G , for
Government; Rosa for Poor.
George Lucas, master in chan
cery, is hearing tho famous Elelo
newspaper case. In 1891 John F.
Bowler and ten others signed a
note for S2500 to buy tho Elelo
for campaign purposes in tho
then ensuiiif! vear. Lately judg
ment on tho note was recovored
'. m . - i. -i.i i i i- i..i
l)y 1110 UOKlUr IU1U JJUWiui ami iu
.)uy 10 amount. Uo haB brought
T. - .
these proceedings to compel the
otlior signers to pay tnoir 8U
lni,nrtsn for eomnlatuaut'.C
10r.t8"U lor COmpiaiuaiU,
t CrOlgluOU for J. L. JlaCla
a; LirOlHIuOU lor J.. U. iuimiiiriuiiu
and Estato of A. P. Peterson;
Thurston & Stanley for tho other
Potor O'Sullivan has brought
suit for the removal of Abraham
Fernandez as oxecutor of tho es-
U..fi if tliu Into fnrin O'Silllivnil.
and tho appointmout iu his stead
of W. F. Allen.
Plaintiff's bill of costs iu Trous
seau vs. Trousseau executors
amounts to $794.90.
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island viows at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho host of our
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollouco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorseiij agont,
1GJ Bothol streets.
FOREIGN VFSSni.8 EXPECTED.
S P Australia, Houdleltc S F
Am fecbr Aloha, 81-
Gaelic Yokohama Nov 0
Monowal ST Nov Vi
Ilk snmoa Newcastle Nov 3U
Ilk Ardowan Newcastle N'ivSO
Mliiweui Vancouver Nov 111
Wiirrlmoo , . . . .,8j dney Nov 24
Alameda Sduuy N'ov U
tier lik .1 C Glade, I.iMrpool,...Noember HI)
Wni rlmoo ViineiniMT Dee 10
'in lk Seminole New en-He Due
tfrihpEhiell Nuuenstlu. .. Dim
HI. Silidoii NuucBhtle Duu
.in bk Am) Tinner Ntu York.... Jim 2D
Norbk Whin Ri'"e,....?JeweaMle.. ,No HII
VDHSKLJ IN POUT.
L'SS Adams, Watson, Sun FiuncUvu.
(Coasters not Included Iu this list.)
Am bk IniiLTiird. Schmidt. 8 F.
Am bk rt C Allen, Thotnptou, S F.
Am bk Aldm Hesse, San Francisco.
Am bk Kdwaid May, Johnson, N Y.
Am sch John D Tallaut. Uollland, Port T'd.
Am bk Colusa. Kalb, Newcastle.
Ger bk II Hackfcld, Hat her, I.ajsan hid.
Ilr bk Gainsborough, Diamond Head,
Ger bk Splca. Franz Kritse, Dremen.
Am bktn J I Grllllth, Arey, Pt ToHiiend
ll.iw m In N'oi ma, Rotthllt, FiMich Plicate
ANDERSON At I'LilnfielU. N. J., Oct.
JS'.nl, Itohcit Ainlt'iboii, iigcit "0 reus.
carajicura Maceo had made tho
Spaniards concontrato at that
THE ROSE SUCCEEDS.
Miicco'b followers under forced
marches then mado a dotour to
tho southward and Buddonly ap
peared at Artomiso, tho central
post on tho lino of the trocha.
Aftor giving hia men a tomporary
rest tho insurgent chiof sent word
to tho commandant that ho in
tended to bombaul tho town, giv
ing tho inhabitants five hours in
which to leavo tho city.
Not heeding Macoo's throats,
tho Spaniards would pormit no
ono to leave. Tho result is
known from tho reports which
liavo already boon cabled from
Havana. Maceo opoued fire on
tho town with his artillery, and
thirty shots from tho rebels'
dyuamito guns wore thrown into
tho city. Every building is said
to have been lovoled, while tho
slaughtor of non-combatants was
appalling. During tho carnage
Maceo and his followers crossed
tho line of tho trocha into Hava
na province, whoro they joined
forces with Aguirre.
AN ATTACK IlEVULSED.
A Ilavana dispatch of October
25savs: Last night tho iusur-
I gents mado an attack upon tho
town of Mariol, which iB tho
' northern tormiuua of the trocha,
but thoy wero repulsed by the
garrison, assisted by a gunboat in
I'EAlt AMERICAN INTERVENTION.
A Madrid dispatch to the Lou
don Standard says: Tho press
continues bitterly to resontand
declare it impossible to admit iu
any slmpo or form United States
interference in Cuba. Tho Gov
ernment is straining every nervo
to bring tho rebellion to a do
cisivo issuo. Orders have been
seut to Captain-General Weylor
to this effect.
SIONS Ol' IMPENDINO ltEVOEUTION.
Coitstuntiuople, Oct. 25. It is
reported that tlio police seized
largo uumborsoi! bombs Inst eyou
ing. The arrests oE Armenians
London, Oct. 25. -Tho Stand
ard's Constantinople correspon
dent says: The purchnso of arms
during tho wcok has been most
extensive, and a feoling of vague
unoafiinoss and alarm is spreading
rapidly. The palace hopes to dis
tinct tho attention of the Moslems
in Constantinople from its mis
deeds by holding out a prospect
of unlimited loot.
Au Athens dispatch to tho same
paper says : lloports from all
parts of Turkey point to tho com
nloto dislocation of tho adminis
trative machinery and an absence
of all justice and public security.
Tho envoys have seut a collective
note to tho Porte of the strongest
character, in view of tho critical
A N-" i:ntorirtc.
Tho very latest as regards sad
dlery is constantly on hand at
Ohas. Hammer's new establish
ment, 229 King street, also tho
very be-t repairing done. Tolo
phono(582. P. O. Box I193.
E. C. Jayasuriya has just opon-
od his store at 87 King streot,
near Fort, whoro ho displays a
fine lino of precious stoues, silver
and gold ornaments, ladies' belt
buckles, nnd tin only genuine
hand mado Coy Ion laces over
offered in Honolulu.
Tho demand for Universal
Stoves and Pianges is daily in
creasing. Tho second invoice has
nearly all been disposed of and a
third in on tho way. Tho Ftiporior
(Uiiiuy ot tno eastings oi tins me
tory nnd thu fine liuish of their
goods lino givcu them the reputa
tion thoy enjoy in tho United
Stntos. Thoy are sold by the
Pacific Hard win o Co.
If you think it's only good tea
and eotleo time wo nre soiling, a
call will conviuco you that tlio
Palatini Grocery is a well appoint
ed store, stocked with tho most
approvod brands of goods; and if
tlio gratuitous testimonies of its
patrons nro true, thoy have saved
considerable, since thoy commenc
ed to deal with us. Tho proof of
tho pudding, otc. Palama Gro
cery, opposilo Hail way Dopot.
Tel. 755 every time.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
MS & GOQKE
a GREAT INVENTION
Moves HkcH about your Liwvn Travels
in a httnlght lino or n circle. Htopt) autom
nticnlly. Sot for any length of ho&u.
ffXff" No hucIi SpiinUlor 1ms over boon
placed on tho market befoio.
Come and See It.
4":i Fort Street, -
- - - Telephone 20.
tnn 0 nr
Of San Francisco.
Tho undersigned hns roslgned the active
luftuiigomout of tlio bitbiness in Honolulu
of tho nbovo waned company but will re
tain a considerable interest in its continued
prosperity. And therefore, while thanking
his friends and customers generally for
their kind patronage in tho past, earnestly
hopes that tho business will be bestowed
011 his successors, Mesbtu. BiBbop it Co.,
who have been commissioned as agents to
tako effect todoy. ,,,,
.juun 11. iui.
Honolulu, 15th Octobor, 1S0U.
lteforriug to tho above, notice is hereby
given that wo lnivo this day assumed tho
ngeucy for thu lbiwniiau Islands of tho
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO,
BISHOP & CO., Agents.
:120 Fort btroot, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
1 Double Seated Family
Carriage. 1 Large Black Horse,
sound and gentlo, good road
ster nnd fit for a lady to drive.
Apply to W. C. Peacock & Co.
Steamers ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tlio
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, I. C, and Sydney, N. S. W-, nnd calling at Victoria, B, O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A.ISE 3DTJE JSJ2? KconsroijTTij-cr
On or about tho dates below Btatcd, viz.:
From Sydney ami Sinn,, for Victoria nnil From Victoria, nnd Vnncoiiver, II, C,, to
Vancouver. It. Ci Minn nnd Syilnerl
Stmr "WAKKIMOO" November 24 8tuir"MIOWEltA, November 10
Stmr ' 'MIOWK11A" December 24 , Stmr "WAIUUMOCT' Deci inbor 10
Btmr "WAltltlMOO" January 24 Stmr "MIOWEH A" January 10
Btmr "MIOWERA" February 24 Btmr "WAlUtlMOO" February 10
TltroiiKli Tlcltctrt Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Kurtine.
rituiauT ANDrASSENOEitAOKNTH: I 37" For Freight and PnsBnRo and all
. Oenornl Information, apply to
D. MoNicoi,!., Montrcnl, Canmlu.
ItonEnxKEKit, WinnipcK, Canada. ;THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
M. M. Steiin, San FrnnciBCo, Unl. '
O. MoL. Biiown, Vancouver, B. O. AaontH for tho Hawaiian IbIiiuiIr.
Oceanic Steamsmp Go.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steol Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Compnny will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
3STov. 12, 189G.
And will leavo for tho alxivo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
' For Sydney anri Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Stenmship
" Monowai "
Of the Ocennio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
And will have prompt despatch with
Jf niln nnd PnsEongerb for tho alwvo ports.
' lie .undersigned nre now prepared
Tlniui;li Tickets in All Points
iu tho Vnitt'd States.
p?f-For further particulars regarding
Freight or Fassago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN & CO., I'd,
Arrive nouolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Nov. 10, 180G Nov. 21, 1800
Deo. 11,1800 Dec. 10, 1800
From San Frnncifico
Monowai, Nov 10, '00
Alameda, Deo 17, '00
From Syduoy for
Alnuieda.Nov 12. '00
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1806, $106,545.15
Money Loaned ou Approved Security.
A Savings Bauk for Monthly Doposits.
Honses Built on the Mouthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Si'crotury.
Chamber of Commerce Roams.
Office hours, 12:30 1;301M. 1173-tf
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
General Manager of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Orr-iVi Merchant street, Ilouolulu.
ATLAS --.-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8CHHIDT & BOND,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuanu Valley, above tho Mausoleum,
AU ordors given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to nny part of the city. Lois,
Mountain Greens nnd Carnations a spe
Oceanic tail Co.,1
Pais Mail kmi k
Occliental K Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG I
Steamers of tho above Companies will
cnll at Honolulu on their wav to tho
' above ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr ltio tie Junoiro ....Nov. 10. 1890
SlmrDorio Deo. 17, 1890
Stmr China Deo. iO, 1800
For SAN FEANCISC0:
Stonmors of tho nbove Companies will
cnll at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohnma to the nbovo
port on or about tho following dates:
Btmr City f Peking Nov. 17, 189G
StmrClnuii Doc. 4, lt90
Stmr Uelgio Dec. 15, 18U0 '
Rates uf Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO IIONU
Cabin 8160.00 S175.00
Cabin, round trip, 1
niontbi) 225.00 2C2.50
Cnbin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 5H0.25
European Su-euif.o. . . . 65.00 100.00
tgy-l'ni-FuiiffeiB paying full fnro will be
allowed 10 peieout oir return fnro if re
turning within twelve months.
tSTFor Freight nnd FaBsnge apply to
H. KACKFELD & CO.,
C. L. WIGHT, Pies. S. U. HOSE, Sets.
Copt. J. A. KINO, TortSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahiuna, Manlaen Kay and Mukeun tho
same by; Mnhukonu, Kawnilir.o nuil Lau
pahochoo tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho samo evening.
LIA.VE8 HONOI.UI.n. I ABHIVIIS HONOI.DLU.
Tncsilay Nov. 10
Friday Nov. 20
"Tuesday.. . Dee. 1 I
Fridnv Deo. 11
Fiiday Nov. 0
Tuesilay. ...Nov. 17
Sututilay. .Nov. 23
Tuesday Deo. 3
Returning, will leavo Hilo nt 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Lnupnhoehoe, Mahu
konn nnd Knwnihao sano day; Mnkena,
Manlaen Day and Luhniua tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'luebday aud Fridays.
Will call at Poboiki, Pnna.
87"No Freight will bo leccived after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday ot 5 r.M.)
touching ut Knhului, Ilium, Hnmoaand
Kipnhulu, Muni. Itctuiuiug anives at
Honolulu Snndn moriiing'.
Will call at ifuu, Kaupo, on secoud trip
of each mouth.
I?No l'leight will bo received oftcr
p. m. on da) of bniliug.
This Company will robones tho light to
make chaugcn iu tho timo of departure nnd
arrival of Us sttainors without notice uud
it will not 1 retpoiihiblu for imy coum
iinenecs iirismg therofrom.
Couhiguees must be ut tho Landings to
receive their Freight j this Company v ill
not holil itself responsible for freight alter
it hns been landed.
I.ivo Stock only at ownci's ritU.
This Company will not bo ieiuniblo
for Money or Yahiiibles of piinMiugem
unless placed in thu caro of Pursers.
Fahbongers ate requestod to purchaso
tickets bofoio embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subject to nu additioua
oharge of twenty-livo per cont.
To Let or Lease.
THE '1ES1DENCE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ouo mile from postofflco. Largo hoitso with
furniture. Tour bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden nndtu'ts, A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Meichant ut noit I'ostoflLcei