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15VEJS1NU BULLETIN, MARCH 2 1817.'
.Dopartmont of Public
The Qovprnmcnt Schools
throughout tlio ltepublio will
close for tlio usual Easter Vacation
ou Fiiday, Apiil 9, nuil re-open ou
Monday, April 19, 1897.
Uv order of the Department of
C. T. 110DQERS,
Ilouolnlu, March 1, 1897.
51 Euerir? Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
1TESDAY, MARCH 2, 1897.
It is to bo hoped that the Wash
ington nuthoritics will take stops
to dotect aud punish the nuthor or
authuis of the outrageous story
with which the ex-Queou of Ha
waii has boon frightened out of
hur comfortable hotel. Minister
Hatch should request that action
bo taken, on account of the insult
involved to the Republic of
Hawaii. In all probability tho
monstrously absurd yarn was cou
cocted deliberately to injuro the
cause of annexation. Captain
Palmier is too much of a goutluniun
to have any connivance in such a
scheme, although he does not
boom to have enough judgment to
avoid being imposed upon in tho
On tho eighth pago of this pa
per will bo found tho draft of the
Annexation Treaty of 1893, which
is bolioved to bo substantially
tho samo as that which tho Ha
waiian representatives will en
deavor to have negotiated, at the
eailiest possible date, with Presi
dent McKinley's administration.
It will be noticed that
it leaves a permanent form
of government for Hawaii
to be legislated hereafter, and
even commercial relations to re
main uuchauged until tho United
States Congress ahull take action
In connection with tho nows of
Dr. Stoinitr.'s death, it will bo re
membered that a chess club, which
had a short existence in Honolulu
about eight years ago, was called
after that famous exponent of tho
GeuoralHaitwell plainly douied,
on his arrival at Sun Francisco,
that ho was on either government
or cable buBiuess in his visit to
tho Uuited States. That ought to
Congress workod hard on Wash
ington's birthday a very good
way of honoring tho memory of a
I.ATKHf FOHKIUN N1H!I.
Continued from 1st I'aye.
olaro war ogainst Greece, but the
Sultan vetood tho resolution on
account of the financial condition
A dispatch from Janini says
that tho authorities are arming the
Mussulman population for a des
cent ou the Cheek frontier near
M. Rlondin, tho colobrated
tight-rope walker, who was tho
iirst porsou to cross Niagara
Falls on a tight-rope, died from
iliabotos on Fob. 22 at Ealing, a
suburb of London, llloudin was
tho naino do theater of Joau
Francois Gravelot, who was born
nt Hosdin, uenr Calais, ou tho 28th
of February, 1821. His father
whoso nickname "Blondiu,"
from tho color of tho hair, de
scended to his son was a soldier
of tho first French empire, who
had soon service under Napoleon
at Austorlitz, AVagratn and Mos
cow, but died when his eon was in
his ninth year. Ulondiu's famous
porfoinioncos at Niagara Falls
J were in 18.7.) and 181.0, tho latter
your in presence of the Plllic of
Dr. Stoinitz, tho chess cham
pion, 1b dead it) Moscow. Ho was
a llohomian by birth, but an Am
erican by adoption. Ho was born
at Praguo, May 7, 183G.
Tho Most Rev. Thomas L.
Grace, formorly Bishop of St.
Paul, nnd latterly Titular Arch
bishop of Simiiii, died February
22 of bronchitis, in tho 8!lrd year
of his ace.
Tho Very Rev. Oharlos Uoruard
Rex, D. D., D. R., aged 40 years,
formerly president of St. Chailes'
College, Ellicott City, Mil., and
superior qf the St. Sulpico ordor
in America, died at Colorado
Springs on February 22 from con
sumption. Captain William Morrill, U. S.
A., retiied, died in Now l'ork of
cirrhosis of the liver, after au ill
ness of a mouth. Ho was nearly
01 years of age, and his war record
included captivity in Libby
Gouoral Joseph O. Shelby, the
noted Confederate, died at his
country home, eight miles from
Adrian, Mo., at -1 o'clock a. in.
Fobruary 18. Ho was born iu
Lexington, Ivy., in 1831.
Chailes Christy, tho oldtiino
burnt cork minstrel, died in the
city hospital of Kansas City, Mis
souri, Feb. 13, in his 03th jear.
John Randolph Tucker, one of
Virginia's prominent sous, died
nt Lexington, Va., ou tlio 13th,
aged 73 yoals.
Peter 'Wallace, 1). 1). died at
his home in Chicago on February
21, of senile gangrene, uged 84
years. For over forty joaisDr.
Walhioo was one of the foiemost
pteaeliernin the Methodist Church
and was well known in Illinois,
nnd was a war veteran of the
fighting class. Ho raibed n com
pany iu 1801 iu Sangamon couu
ty, tho Soveuty-Third Regiment,
known as the "Preacher Regi
ment," all of tho ofticois from
Colonel down being preachers.
The deaths iu Bombay for the
week ending February 1!) wero
1722. Deaths attiibuted to tho
plague wero 811, ascomparod with
U17 for tho previous week.
Dr. Koch announces from
South Afiica that ho has found an
antidoto or prophylaotio for rind
erpest in cattle. It consists of au
injection of serum into tho veins,
which gives immunity within a
fortnight. This, if 'confirmed,
will prove one of tho greatest
boons to Africa.
Tho Spaniards captured tho in
surgent town of Silaiig,L'hilippino
Islands, by assault after bombard
ing it. Five hundred insurgents
I'h II nl Itloiiily t'llr.
A dispatch from Brass, ou tho
west coast of Africa, gives details
rolativo to the capture on Februa
ry 18 of Benin City by the British
expedition. Thoro was an eight
hours running fight, and a stub
born resistance ou the pait of tho
outlaws. Four whites, including
Dr. Fyfe, wero killed and sixteen
wounded. The expedition found
Renin City reeking with human
blood. Many human beings had
been sacrificed and crucified by
tho Fulahs. The troops destroy
ed tho crucifixion trees and the
President Cleveland on the 22nd
issued executive orders for thir
teen forest reservations in tho
West, comprising 21,000,000 acres.
Governor Busliuell of Ohio has
decided to givo Mark Hanna tho
seat in tho Senate. Hauua is will
ing and says ho will help the ad
miuistiatiou, especially in fram
ing a now tariff that will givo con
fidence to tho country.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beechor had
a relapse and was not expected to
last 21 hours.
It is reported that Colonel John
Hay will bo Embassador to Eng
land, and tho London press is
Presidont-eleot MoKinloy iH in
poor health, and forbidden by his
doctors to seo oven his intimate
Russoll Sage, tho Now York
millionaire, has lent his poor
brother Elizus $500, at 0 por cent,
interest, and takou n mortgage on
Gouoral postal reform, to bo
dotormiued by a commission, is
what tho Sounto committee has
mado of tho Loud bill for changes
iu second-olass rates. One cout
postage is included.
Piute Indians threaten Nevada
Ihiiinas lJuliaii, a baseball 1- i
ur of Sun Fiancisco, bioke his
mm iu tin oh places throwing the
ball from thhd to fust base.
A ilninrlitor u'hh bnrn fn nv
Prosidont and Mrs. Uariisonntj
Indianapolis on February 21. I
Frederick R. Coudert of Now
York gave an eloquent speech iu ,
favor of arbitration at a Washing-1
ton's birthday banquet in Chica-
At tho banquet of tho Ame
rican Univotsity Club iu Paiib in ,
honor of Washington's birthday
Sir Edmund Jon Mouson, British j
Embassador to Fiance, presided. ,
Ho alluded to the benefit to bo
derived from a sojourn iu the !
United States. He dwelt nt length '
upou the statements of Washing
ton, aud said that he shared the
opinion of many that separation
hud boon beneficial to both coun
tries. U. S. Embassador Eustis
read telegrams from tho United
States and eloqueut speeches,
wore mado by Messieurs. Fabro
Bruuctiero and Colin.
TtlrllMi I'omill Arrctloil.
Boston, Februin 13 Joseph
Andrew lasgi of Boston, CoubuI
Goneiul for Tuikt-y, whs airoUd
in Now York city to-day, chaigcd
with embezztemont. The police
of Boston and Now York positive
ly refuse to givo tlio detuils of
tlio MfFiir. lnsigi was arretted
at tho Hotel Albormurle. It i
claimed tint hu had secured pas
sago on a Cunard stenmor mid was
preparing to sail for Euiope. Tno
uricst uiia mado on a .warrant
issued in Benton dunging tho
Coiis il (loneral with tlio ein
bi'Zleraout of WOOD of trust funds.
AstliMl I'lrll Scrtlri- llrlnrin.
A Washington special to tho
Chicago iNows bays: It will uo
good nows to tho ollice-sockors
that President McKinloy is likely
to suspend or revoke the swoop
ing civil service ordor of Presi
dent Cleveland, whereby nearly
nil tho offices in the Executive
branch of the Govornmont are
taken into the civil service act.
Cecil Rhodes haa been allowed
counsel by the South African in
Dr. Roux of Paris nnnouncos
that tho bacillus of the Bombay
plnguo has littlo powor of rosis
tunco, and thai ull antiseptics are
fatal to it. It dies at a touipera
tuie of 140 degreos, but it retnins
vitality in soil, which is an ex
planation of the fict that it is
uover eradicated from Eastorn
Miss Elizabeth Kemp, manager
of a hotol, was found muideied
and mutilated in a Loudon subur
ban railway carriage on the South
wi stern Railway. Her intended
husb'ind wns wailing for her at
a station and identified tho corpse.
Tho woman must havo been killed
aud hor body concoalod withiu
Members and friends of tho Ki
lohaua Art League filled the
rooms of that body to overflowing
last night, to seo tho performance
of two comedies by the dramatio
circle of tho. League. President
and Mrs. S.li.Doloaud other pro
miuout people wero present.
Tho casts of tho plays worn giv
on in yestorday's paper. Evory
part was well played in each
comedy, tho plots being oxcood
ingly provocotivo of mirth. Thoio
was a response fiom tho auditors
to each funny situation, aud tho
many humorous quips and cranks,
which showed that the evening's
performances wero keenly relish
ed. Thoro will be a repetition of tho
eutertuinmont for tho public to
night, when an admission fee of
fifty cents will be charged at
ouco on account of the limitod
room and on behalf of tho League
ns Removed to
520,i FOKT STREET,
Club Stable IiulMiug.
I San Francisco Board of Health.
Royal, the Superior
Wc, the members of the Board of Health of the
City and County of San Francisco, cordially ap
prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. (
It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of
the best ingredients, of the highest strength and
In our judgment it is impossible to make a
purer or stronger Baking Powder than the Royal.
Jos. R. Davidson, M. D.
g Henry M. Fiske, M. D.
J ' Chas. McQuesten, M. D.
j T. J. Letournex, M. D.
? Members San Francisco Board of Health.
f An absolutely pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
All other baking
A feature of aluminum ware
is the ease with which it is
cleaned. No matter how dark
it may got over the fire, a pinch
of soda in the water in which
tho utensil is washed will clean
it as bright as polished silver.
Tho impression has gone forth
that aluminum will not stand
hnrd knocks. This is a mis
take, becauso when it sustains
such injuries as usually happen
tin pans, etc., just push it back
in place and it is as good as
Mauufacturers have so add-'
ed to the list of articles that
thero arc few things used in
tho kitchen that are not mado
of it. Wc havo a largo stock
of this ware, nnd a largo as
sortment, a partial list of which
is here given:
Saucepans, Fry Puns, Pre
serving Kettles, Tea Kettles,
Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Tea
Steopcrs; Gallon, Quart and
Pint Measures; Collapsible
Cups, Cocktail and Lemon
ade Shakers, Funnels, Dip
pers, Cake Pans, Perfection J
Cako Pans, Lemonado Sal
vers, Muffin Tins, Corn Cake
Pans, Bread Tins, Rico Boil
ers, Drip Pans, Cako Plates,
Dish Pans, Perfection Cake
Plates, Bread Mixers, Chafing
Dishes, Lomon Squeezers and
Von Holt Block.
For sale by the load or large qtiunU
tl. Aiim1 to
New Campbell liullillng,
643-tf Foit Street.
A Cottuiro suitable for u small fa
mlly m No, 39 Klnau street, nvur
Alupitl, Apply on pruiiilsuH.
powders contain either
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods we
handle. Whilst tho holidays
havo mado great gaps in somo
linos, most of our linos will
still bo found very com
plete, notably thut of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
make an impression in our
stock, we carry so mauy.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
Watches for $300
For those with a longer
purso and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
"Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
no matter how littlo or how
much you have to spend for tho
purpose. Wo havo tho goods,
and our mauy years of experi
ence will bo gladly givon to nid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
V 'a ijSiLwMMHHHriMBlliHEliltflr i
"J- TlTMTTg iifT 1M -i
alum or ammonia. j
Lewis & Co.
If a man's dinner is right,
and he rises from the table
conscious that his wife has
used tho same judgment as to
price thn'x; she did in the selec
tion of tho articles disposed of
thero can be no indigestion to
follow. Our goods are of the
kind which bring health,
hnppiness and a fat purso.
Table delicacies are a fad
with us they aro bought be
causo wo known tho n vera go
Honoluluito is fond of good
things for tlio stomach. Our
prices are below the average
and special inducements are
oll'ered to cash purchasers. Our
latest importations include the
best goods obtainable in the
Copeland's English Peas;
Cod's Roe, Mackerel in Mus
tard Sauce and Cambridge
Sauinges in tins are so well
put up that it would be diffi
cult to detect the difference
between them and the samo
articles direct from the market.
"Toyssonneau" is a long
name to put before Pate but
tho combination makes tho best
tid bit ever placed bofore a
gourmet. Theso are goods
that anyone may eat without
fear of indigestion following.
They aro put up in tho best
fuctories in Europe and come
to us iu elegant condition.
Lewis & Co.,
V0UNG TENDER CORN
TRANKB PETERSON & CO.
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