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VICTORY for American Principle !
Evening . Bulletin
The Bulletin Speaks if or American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 1379.
HONOLULU, EL. I.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Ojjnts.
HOW THE BRITONS TAKE IT
CARE FOR NEW POSSESSIONS
E. J. G. BRYANT BAS DISAPPEARED
YALE'S BIG CENTER, GUNHA
Accept the Defeat by Boers With
Dark View Held of While's Ability to Hold Oat
Associated Press Correspondent Review
Situation la London.
London, Nov. 4. Though tho ovents
of tho week havo nrouscd tho spirit of
tho Ilrlttslt nation to tho utmost, and
though Its military escutcheon has
been more stained than .It over was be
fore, thero seems to ho ahead a still
more crucial ordeal, that of suspense.
Days, perhaps weeks, may pass beforo'
word comes from tho Isolated DrltUh
force In the neck of Natal.
Whatever may bu tho Justice or oth
erwise of the criticisms passed on Gen
eral White, It is palpablo that he had
no longer possesses the confldenco of
the public. Ho may bo fully able to
withstand tho attacks of tho superior
Uoer force, and may bo ready ut any
moment to oxecuto a masterly retreat,
but as long as ho Is cut off from com
munication with tho outsldo world
thero will oxlst terrible anxiety re
garding tho welfare of tho 7000 or 8000
men of his command.
Tho most optimistic bcllovo that a
fortulgut Is tho minimum In which re
inforcements of any potentiality can
bo pushed to Ladysmlth, and then It
may bo too lato. It Is this Interim, em
bittered by tho vivid memory of recent
disaster, which will try tho temper of
tho British nation, which, as a whole,
can bo said to havo embarked In tho
war with stupendous overconfldenco,
nnd which has now awakened to tho
realization of tho fact that If General
White's forco Is annihilated it will
cause au Indeflnlto prolongation of hos
tilities. It is bald here, of course. It
can only defer and not niter tho re
sult, but tho British taxpayer, how
itvpr natrlotic. objects to a long-drawn
out war, especially when waged against
n people whom no nas ueen urougni io
imllnvo nre immensely his inforlor.
As n. matter of fact, granting that
General Whlto possesses tho qualities
of fair generalship, thero nro many rea
sons to bollovo ho will bo able to bold
out until reinforced, oven If completely
surrounded. It Is presumed ho has cm
ployed tho week in strengthening his
position with carthworka nnd trenches,
which, when manned by such fighters
as tho Gordons and Irish Fusllecrs, can
not bo taken without a tcrrlblo strug
gle. His artillery hns now been rein
forced by tho naval brigado, and, oven
If It Is not a match for that of tho
Boors, It should bo nblo to keep tho
enemy from coming to too closo quar
ters. Ho has an nbundanco of stores
and, apparently, has been favored by
good weather. Combining theso ad
vantages with tho military truism that
tho opportunity to select your own
position is half tho battlo won, It Is
mild thero remains to Gcncrnl Whlto
fairly even chances of holding his own,
In splto of tho rcpoit that ho Is out
numbered two or three to one.
Tho weeklies exhibit no llttlo sclf
Batlsfactlon nt tho British patriotism
nnd stoicism, ns evidenced by tho re
ception of tho news of tho Ladysmlth
disaster. Tho public utterances of pub
lic tnon fnllv justify this feeling, and
tho same enn bo said of tho majority of
tho mora serious published comments.
Hut, beneath this splendid stoicism,
thero has prevailed In all classes a feel
ing of Intense chagrin und amazement,
such as has not stirred Great Britain
in n conturv .nnd It has frequently been
coupled with tho blttereBt nbuso of
General Whlto, tho man hold responsi
ble for tho unparalleled surrendor of
such a British forco to such an cnomy.
Loving Cup For Schley.
Atlanta, Nov. 4. Rear Admiral
Schley received an enthusiastic wel
come to Atlanta today. After n short
icception at (ho hotel, tho admiral and
party were tscorled to tho htato capi
tol, where tUoy were wlldomed by Gov
ernor Candler, Senators, Congressmen,
Judges of tha Supremo Court and oth
ers. Lator, they proceeded to Pied
mont Park, wncro n long military pa
rade; consisting of regulars and volun
teers, was reviewed. Twolvo thou
sand poonlo crowded tho Auditorium
this afternoon to witness tho presenta
tion of a loslns cup to Schley from tho
citizens of Atlantn.
Had An Arm Broken.
A German employe had his arm bro
ken while at hU work n ar tho post
ofilco this morning. He was holding
ono of tho largo feteel chhols used for
drilling when another laborer acci
dentally struck his arm with ono ot tho
lorgo hammers. Although tho slcln
was hardly brokon, there va3 a vory
bad fracture of tho bonus of tho arm.
The Injury wan attended to by Dr.
Howard ut tho Government DUpen-
Five Shots Piped.
Five revolver shots were fired In tho
vicinity of President Dole's houso on
Emma street last night. Quito n com
motion wns created by tho Incldont.
Proposition to Create an Insnlar Affairs
To bo Separated from the Committees on Terri
tories Tawney Suggested as Cbalrman
Western Hen Requested.
Thoso who aro looking for good com
nilttoo places In tho next House will
bo Interested In tho agitation from cer
tain quarters for a commlttco on Insu
lar affairs, says tho Washington Post
of Oct 25. It Is claimed that such a
commlttco, which shall havo charge of
all matters pertaining to Hawaii, Cuba,
Porto Rico nnd tho Philippines, has
been decided upon by thoso who will
havo control of tho House organization.
Tho apparent plan would be to tako tho
consideration of such matters entirely
from the Commlttco on Territories, of
which Representative W. S. Knox, of
Massachusetts, was chairman In tho
Representative Tawney, of Minneso
ta, who has been In Washington for
two or thrco days and left suddenly
Monday evening on receipt of a tele
gram that several members of his fa
mily were 111 with diphtheria, made it
plain to Bomo of his friends while here
that ho coveted the chairmanship of
such a committee. Mr. Tawney was
very nctivo In tho canvass for Gen.
Henderson, and Is supposed to bo un
usually well Informed about tho lat
tcr's Congressional plans. Ho has been
a member of tho Houso Commlttco on
Ways nnd Means for four years. When
the Dlngley tariff bill was drawn ho
framed tho lumber schedule.
Of all tho members of tho House
probably uono was moro enthusiastic
for tho annexation of Hawaii. He mado
n set speech In behalf of annotation,
nnd wns ouo of tho moving spirits for
consideration of tho annexation reso
lutions In tho Houso. Mr. Tawney hns
been one of tho ardent advocates for
giving moro places In tho Houso or
ganization to Western men, and Is In
thorough sympathy with n policy of
developing tho Islands In tho Orient
for tho purpose of affording tho West
ern States greater commercial advan
Should n commlttco on Insular af
fairs bo appointed it would bo ono ot
tho most important In tho coming Con
gress. Tho argument is made against
tho Committee on Territories tnat it
has enough to do with matters per
taining to Arizona, Now Mexico nnd
Alaska, and further, tho moro enthu
siastic bcllovors In thu future of tho
Philippines prefer to havo a commlt
tco thnt will not bo dominated by an
Tho failure of Chairman Knox to re
nor.t tho bill for tho organization ot u
Territory In Hawaii nt tho last ses
sion of Congress Is charged up against
him, although he hns declared mnt nis
action was guided by Speaker Reed.
Iu this connection It Is notlceablo that
only a fow days ago Chairman Knox
made n speech In Massachusetts, com
ing out very Bquarely for tho retention
of tho Islands In tho East.
Tho prospect that tho Republicans
will havo great difficulty In mustering
a majority in tho Houso for any radi
cal action nffcctlng tho now possessions
will probably Influence that party to
ward having a strong commlttco likely
to agreo with tho administration's
policy. If tho Democrats maintain
their full party strength a disaffec
tion of seven or eight votes on tho Re
publican sldo will prevent tho passage
of any measure. There nro several Re
publicans in the llouso wno are in
clined to Mr. Reed's ways of thinking
about the Philippines, and their views
may prove to bo far moro troumesomo
In tho enactment of legislation than
tho views ot Senators Hoar, Halo and
Mason In tho Senate, whero thero will
bo a moro corafortablo majority.
WITH MINIATURE YACHT8.
Ka Hul Moku Llllll o Hawaii (Minia
ture Yacht Club of Hawaii), held Us
annual regatta in colobratlon of the
birthday of tho lato King ICnlaknua
this forenoon. Thero wero nlno boats
in tho race, tho result being as fol
lows: Kaletkau, first; I.ady L. (prop
erty ot Prlnco Cupid Kalanlanaolo)
second; Ekola, third; Lino, fourth;
Mahuka, fifth and Kaauwal, sixth. Tho
first prize Is a silver cup and $20, tho
second $1G, third $10 and fourth $G.
A luau In celobratlon of the day wilt
bo given at the homo of tho lato Queen
Dowager Kaplolanl tonight.
RATES TO THE EAST CUT.
San Francisco. Nov. 4. Tho South
crn Pacific Railway Company has an
nounced a new special schedule of pas
sengor rates, avallablo only to parties
of 10 or more. Tho now tariff Is In
tended for returning miners from Al
aska and the Klondike, and cuts havo
been mado to keep this business out
of tho hands of tho ticket brokors.
' Tho rato to Chicago has been cut
from $52.50 to $15, and to Missouri
river points lrom $40 to $36. Propor
tionate reductions aro made 'to Inter
Last Seen by Guy Kelly on Inter-Island
Wharf Was Bound for Kilauea in
Steamer James Makee.
E. J. G. Bryant, the head bookkeeper
at Kilauea plantation on Kauai under
Manager Georgo R. Ewnrt and a man
most highly respected on nil Bides, has
disappeared nnd, although search on
all Bides has been mado for him, not n
trace has yet been discovered ot his
whereabouts. In consequenco of this
his wife is most terribly affected and
his relatives nro all in a quandary.
Mrs. Ward, mother of Mrs. Bryant,
wns seen at her homo on Punchbowl
street by a Bulletin reporter at noon
today nnd very kindly gave tho whole
Btory of her son-in-law's dlBappearnnco
In tho following way:
"Edmund enmo down from Kauai
during tho loiter part of last month
and, as usual, camo right hero to stay.
Ho was busy with his own affairs but
wo saw n great deal of him In tho eve
nings and ho was Just tho snmo as al
waysgood nntured and seemingly
free from trouble.
"Early In tho afternoon of October
30 Edmund said good byo to mo and,
tnklng his shawl bag. started for the
gate. As Boon as ho had reached tho
street ho saw Dr. Wayson and stopped
to speak with him for short time. Then
ho Jumped Into his hack to go to tho
Ho went to tho ticket ofilco nud
bought a ticket for Klluucn, Kauai, his!
destination. Then ho spoko to Purser
Guy Kellcy who asked him If ho In
tended returning homo. To this ho
replied In tho affirmative.
"This Is all tho knowledgo wo havo
so far been, nblo to glean nnd wns tho
last seen of him by any ono ot his ac
quaintances. "When ho left tho houso Kdnwiud
t u r iicmI to nv) nnd said: 'Mother tell
Lola thnt I havo to hurry back to Ki
lauea In order to bo thero on tlmo to
pay off tho hands. Otherwise I would
IIi TROYATORE TONIGHT
The rapidity with which tho Lyrics
change their stylo of opera from grand
to romantic nnd then to comic nnd
back again, Is really surprising. It can
certainly bo taken as an evidence of
tho cxccllenco of tho organization ns a
band of genulno nrtlsts nnd singers.
Tonight il Trovatoro, a grand opera,
will bo produced with Miss Nellie An
drew ns Leonora, Maudo Leokley as
Azuccna, A. J. Parmeloy ns Mnrlco and
Smith Rockwell ns Count Do Lune.
The inualc Is classical nnd suporb. The
ninny melodies of tho opera will llvo ns
long as music has a placo In human
Saturday night tho rollicking, funny La
Bono Holcnu will ho in order. Tins is
ono of Offenbach's greatest productions
decidedly chic, catchy and melodious.
Thero will bo nulto a number of well
pleasing introductions, Including tho
Whlto Fawn innrch in gold nnd silver
costume, also tho champion world fa
mous cako walker ,Gco. Best, who will
executo n fow nimble pns seul In the
latest society fad. Topical songs by
Henderson nnd Kunkcl,. and sovcrnl
charming solos by Miss Stanton. From
present appearances tho S. R. O. song
will go up early In the evening.
A MAJOR CALLED.
Major Pnrkor of tho 39th Infantry,
aboard tho Olympla called In nt the
Doputy Marshal's office and asked as to
tho behavior of his men In town. Ho
was told that ho would be glad of any
suggestions that tho Deputy Marshal
might offer for tho preservation of law
and order ns far as tho soldiers aro
concerned. This kindly call wab great
ly appreciated by both Marshal Drown
and Deputy Marshal Chllllngwortb,
who now reel disposed to, assist tno
officials of tho transports In every way
possible Heretoforo thero havo been
no such calls at the pollco station from
tho higher officers ot various com
At a meeting of tho Associated
Charities yesterday afternoon tho
financial statomont showed $170 re
ceived by donation to tho funds during
Mrs. Hydo has donated somo ot the
most valuablo books In 'tho library of
tho late Rev. C. M. Hyde as a nucleus
for a library has been formed.
Tho report of tho manager Bhowed
tho association In a very good condi
tion both financially and otherwise.
Band Concert This Afternoon.
Tho Togus band from tho Togus Sol
diers' Homo nt Togus, Maine, Is with
the troops on board tho Pennsylvania.
This organization Is ono ot tho best
known In tho Stato ot Maine and East
ern Now England. A concort'wlll bo
given this atternoon at tho Hotel
grounds from 4 to G.
remain over until tomorrow nnd meet
her when she returns In tho Moann.
" 'Tell her also to tnko tho next
Btcamer to Kolon and .get llttlo Walter.
As Boon ns I have learned of her ar
rival I will go over In n carrlogo and
fetch her homo.'
"Edmund had In nil about $1000 In
his satchel. Every cent of this wns his
own. Besides that, ho has money hero
In tho house, nnd moro In the bank.
Edmund hnd not yet drawn 'all his pay
from the plantations.
"My daughter returned from tho
States, whither she had gono on ac
count of her henlh, In the Monna that
arrived October 31. When the steamer
camo back from Knual It was found
thnt Edmund hnd not gone aboard the
James Makee at all and that the people
nt tho plantation woro very much
alarmed becauso he had always been
most punctual In tho rudiment of his
duties und no word had been sent ns
to his Illness hero in tho city.
, "My daughter was naturally very
much alarmed but remained in town
trying to get some tidings or her hus
band. Nono came.and she finally decid
ed to go to Koloa to get llttlo Walter,
leaving In tho W. G. Hall laHt Tues
day. Wo uxpect her back In tho city
In n llttlo while.
Edmund hnd no debts whatever and
thero Is no reason In tho world why ho
should seek to Icavo tho country. I do
not think that this theory enn 1m con
sidered for n moment.
"Hns thcio been any foul play? Well,
I do not II ko to say. Edmund had n lot
of money nud he has disappeared. That
Is all I know.
" Wchavc notified Marshal Brown
nbout tho matter and ha Is very kindly
doing all iu bis power to get somo clue
to tho whereabouts of Edmund or. If
thero hns been foul piny, to ferret out
SHOT THROUGH THU BODY.
At about U o'clock Inst night Ser
geant Jones, ono of tho colored soldiers
of'tlio 25th In tho Trunsport Pcntisyl-
vanla, was" shot through tho body In
tho vicinity of tho chest, tho bullet en
tering Just below tho collar bono and
coming out below tho shoulder blade.
Tho deed was done by Jnmcs E. Mc
Culluni, n provost guardsninn out on
duty. An cye-wltncss tells tho fol
"I saw McCullum stop up to Jones nt
tho moment tho latter wns nourishing
a rovolvcr und warn him thnt ho would
havo to stop tho disturbance nt once.
Tho fellow used somo vllo Innguago
and then struck nut Into tho mlddlo of
tho street, ngalu nourishing his rovol
vcr. McCullum cried out three times
to tho negro to halt, but tho follow kept
on his way. It wns then that the
guardsman raised his rlllo nnd II roil
with tho ubovo result.
"Thu negro kept on going, but soon
fell, announcing thnt ho was shot. Po
llco otllcers wero soon on tho scene.
McCullum was placed under arrest but
was released after an Investigation by
Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth which
showed tho guardsman clearly In tho
right. Ho hnd been sent out to do his
duty nnd ho did It. Tho wounded man
was sent to tho hospital whero ho Is
doing very well.
Jones hns nn unsavory reputation
aboard tho transport Pennsylvania.
It Is alleged that he flourished his re
volver on that vessel ono day, and
camo near being thrown overboard for
Discipline In the 38th Infantry.
Tho 39th Infantry now In town, al
though very young, being hardly a
month old, Is ono of tho best disciplin
ed regiments thai has over stopped
Tho men, with hardly an exception,
nro well behaved and -It Is worthy of
noto that not ono of tho 39th was en
gaged In any disturbance Inst night.
Tho action ot tho guard in shooting the
colored sergeant, who was of tho 25th
Regiment, was clearly In his lino of
Tho ulttmato rosuit or such uiscipuno
and such rapid Judgment will bo bene
ficial to Honolulu ns ono such object
lesson to disorderly soldiers Is worth
n hundred lectures delivered by super
ior officers on "How to Behave."
A nntlvo boy, about eight years old,
was arrested yesterday by tho truant
ofllcer for this district. On being ques
tioned this morning by Judge Wilcox
tho olllcer answered that the boy had
never been In a school and that ho had
not seen his pacnts about tho llttlo
fellow. Thereupon tho truant officer
received n good sound lecturing to the
effect that the parents, being taxpay
ers, should havo been told about tho
The campaign apainst Agulnaldo
is described la Ou Iu Manila.
"Sonny" Keeping His Name Up (or
Reduces Weight 50 Pounds on Suggestion
Coach Complains Only Tbat He Is
Too Good Natured.
With an illustration ns big and strik
ing as Cunha himself the Now York
Sunday World publishes the following
account of "Sonny" Cunha's nthletlc
doings nt Yale:
When n Ynlo football or baseball
team lines up for u gamo nowadays tho
spectators watch first of all for Albert
This young athlcto attracts moro at
tracts than all the other players put
together. From Boston to San Frnn
clsco his prowess extends in football.
Iu baseball It stretches still further.
It goes 2000 miles ncross tho Pacific In
to his old homo In Hawaii. Cunhn Is
tho first native of Undo Sam's mld-
occan colonial possessions to find n
placo on nn American college nthletlc
team, but tho Ynlo nthletlc managers
think that If thero nro nny mora like
him Iu Hawaii they will pay nil ex
penses to have them Imported.
Just now Cunhn Is tho height of at
traction as center of tho Yalo 'varsity
football eleven. When ho reported for
practlco he tipped tho beam at 300
pounds lint. Tho roachcrs told him
thnt this wns fifty pounds too fat, and
'Oh. well, then I'll work oft fifty
Cunha hns already reduced his
weight to 251 pounds, and Bays thnt ho
will havo it down even ns low ns 210
before tho footbnll season closes. Last
year Cunhn played center for tho Ynlo
freshman eleven. lie wns not eligible
for tho 'varsity becauso ho wns u law
student. Members of this department
aro not nllowcd to play on n 'vnrslty
team dtiilng their first year.
This year Cunhn will develop Into a
full-Hedged 'vnrslty player. Ho caught
for the freshman baseball nlno lust Rea
son, and will tho coming year fill tho
same position on tho vnrslty. During
tho past Bummnr ho has been catching
on n nlno on tho Pnclflc slope. Bill
lipid, captain nud catcher of tho Har
vard nine, wns a rival, but Cunha had
no trouble In relegating Rcld to anoth
Cunha's career hns been one of nth
letlc triumphs extending over two
hemispheres. Iu his public school dnya
in Hawaii ho was the champion sprint
runner of Honolulu, Even yet, nnd In
splto of his bulk, ho Is ono of tho fast
est sprinters on tho Ynlo football
eleven. Cunhn wns sent to San Fran
cisco to study, nnd wns thero for two
years. Ho played center rush nud
caught for St. Joseph College, near San
. Cunha Is versatile ns a social leader,
singer, dancer and composer. Ho hns
written a number of popular songs, tho
proceeds of which hnvo gono n long
way toward paying his expenses
through college. Ho Is an expert man
dolin player, ami Is a member of tho
Ynlo Gli-o Club. Ho has ouo ot tho
best voices In tho university.
Cunhn Is 5 feet 11 Inches In height.
Ills chest girth Is forty-nino Inches nnd
ho hns a chest expansion ot eight
Inches. Ho is twenty-two years old.
All his athletic clothes aro tailor mado.
In his football games Cunha has n ha
bit of disconcerting his opposing cci
tor by humming rag tlmo composition
of his own. Tho Ynlo coachcrs com
plnln that he Is not nggrcsslvo enough.
Head Coach Jim Rodgers Bays:
"Cunha is too good natured to raako
n hustling football player. Ho wants
to tell his opposing center n story or
sing n duet with him."
Thero Is n dangerous hnlo In tho
bridge on AU Moann near John Ena'o
residence,' Wnlklkl, that should bo at
tended to as soon as possible. Several
horses havo barely escaped broken leg
from this placo.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturer' Shoe
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH
Frightful Occorrence on Pancbboil
Slopes TAIs Forenoon.
Young Daughter or Mr. and Urs. G. Holier Oa
Victim Played With Fire
On the Stove.
Gertrude Mnrtho Mueller, daughter
of G. Mueller, tho German locksmith.
nged ono nnd one-hnlf yenrs, waB burn
ed to death at her homo on Punchbowl
slopes at about 8 o'clock this morntatr.
Tho sad occurrence camo about In this
Mrs. Mueller had been busy with her
cooking 1n tho kitchen. Finding It ne
ccssnry to go out for bread ,tho mother
put llttlo Gertrudo and her older ta
le r In tho parlor together nnd badq
them remain there.
Tho children found their wny to tho
kitchen nnd when tho mother return
ed tho older ono was crying aloud that
something terrlblo had happened.
Mrs. Mueller rushed to tho kitchen
nnd there found llttlo Gertrudo writh
ing on tho Iloor with her clothes ablaze.
Tho mother Jumped Into n tub of wa
ter and then snntchlng her child from
tho floor, held her to her dripping;
clothes, thus extinguishing the flames.
Unfortunately It was too late. Dr.
Herbert was called and, although he
cased the pour llttlo ono's pains, ho
told tho dlBtrncted mother that there
was absolutely no hope. Tho chlld'f
burns wero fatal. At nbout 9:30 o'clock
llttlo Gertrudo breathed her last.
It seems that the llttlo girl went In
to tho kitchen nnd, opening tho stoTc
door, began to piny with tho fire. Tho
Ilames en light her flimsy clothes which
wero soon ullre.
DEMOCRATS IGNORU SILVER.
Chicago, Nov. 3. The Chroncllo, to
morrow, will say:
'Tho first number of tho Democratic
National Bulletin, tho weekly publi
cation of the Democratic National
Committee, will appear today, under
tho auspices of Us now editor, Sam II.
Cook. It will bo chlerty remarkable for
Its failure to discuss tho silver ques
tion, except In ono or two unimportant
paragraphs, which wero Inserted to
"Tho nrtlclcs which It will contain
will deal altogether with trusts ami
Imperialism, nud It Is understood to bo
Mr. Cook's policy to limit tho discus
sion of public questions in tho Bul
letin to theso two Issues nnd matter nf
fcctlng tho national ndmlnlstrntlon, bo
long ub ho performs the duties of edi
tor. "Tho significant thing nbout tho
omission of sliver articles fro mthu
Bulletin Is that Mr. Cook Is supposed to
bo noting under orders from tho chlcfe
of tho nntlonnl committee. Ho wild
yesterday. In speaking of his work an
editor: 'I will endeavor, In preparing;
matter for publication In tho Bulletin,
to represent fnlthfuly tho Ideas of a
majority of tho members ot the nation
al committee. Tho object of tho Bul
letin will bo to disseminata Ideas on
current questions thnt nro likely to
bo features of tho next national cam
SALARY OF AGASSIZ.
Alexnndcr Agasslz, of Harvard Uni
versity, has never received any salary
for his services to tho Museum of Com
parative Zoology. Between 1871 nnd
1S97 ho expended $750,000 ot his private
means without making any request to
tho college for oven partial reimburse
ment. Ho Is now on the Southern Pa
cific Ocean making deep sea explora
tions for tho university collections.
TRANSPORT THOMAS SAILS.
Now York, Nov. 4. Tho transport
Thomas, with tho 47th Regiment on
board, sailed for Manila this afternoon.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eyo, Ear,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh.
Paddy Ryan of tho Commercial
leaves in tho J. D. Sprcckcls with his
wife for a four or flvo months' trio la
Co., Fort St., Sign ol the Big Sketr
& vS A