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ii's Popular Sea Captains !
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
OM YOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN Or THE ISLAND
Vol, VI I L No. UG8
HONOLULU, H. L, TBTJBSDAT, MAUOH 1, 1D00.
Peiob 5 Oentb.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to chooe between moJe s oo, qi an 1 Q4 ot
the iqoo Cleveland Blcycie. MuJel 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light mad wheel, v. elghlne 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
1 he bicycle t be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. zgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made or tween the corresponding ladlrs'
ModeN, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Mn
The winner of this prize mav choose
between thee three stvles of ma nines:
tti ...ItU lll tlnr1ttitit miiI nni'nu.r.
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, Doin nveurawer macnines, or inc
"Automa Ic," u ith three drawers. TI.U
machine will be tumNhed bv B. Ber
ijersen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Hcnlor Camera,
4x5, wltlt Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for f-ciistng. This camera may be
used with either Plate or Film. The
outfit Includes 1 PUte Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, lvelote-. Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and lantern.
Camera and outfit nr- from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Berfintnom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals r transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In thl contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription llts.
3. Subscriptions should be s-nt In as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the persnn to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great careshould be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Must Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder 10 cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to Ihe
receipt forthe subscription! as previously
Subscription Rates: $8.00 per year.
$20 for three months; strictly In advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant ruir of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the nest that can be obtained and may
be seen on dlspkv at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the vntes hlch appear
each day In the upper right h md orn-r of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cist votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
3 MONTHS 150 V ThN
6 MON I ib : 35 VOTRS
I YEAR 75 J VOI ES
The standing of the contest Friday.
Feb. 33, was as follows. I his list will
be changsJ every Saturday.
CPT. SIMERSON 1075
CAPT. CAMERON ,I0S4
CAPT. CLARKE toco
CAPT. PEUhKSEN 1 1 59
CAPT. RRUHN.... 921
CAPT. FREEMAN 260
CAPT. TULLETl" 259
CAPT. J. DOWER , 17
CAPT. NICHOLSEN 9
CAPT. WEISBAR I H 9
CAPT. SAM ON 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. J. ULUNAHELb I
1 Seamen Don't Like It.
The seamen from the Inverness-shire
would rather face the gales of the Pa
cific ocean than to face the mosquitoes
In tho Honolulu Sailors' Homo, when
Bleeping on the floor.
Seaman from the Invcrness-Bhlre.
Seaman ot tho Hollywood.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engraved
H. F. WICHMAN.
aLLHMHMWnHffLw4iiiM MiV uifc! i
SHORTAGE BEGINS TODAY
Seven Post Office Assistants Dis
charged List Night.
Mlnlsteo Damon Rules Appropriations Cannot
Bo Orerdrawn Department Seriously
Crippled Hall Will Bo Late.
Seven assistants in tho postofTtco
wero lot out last night on account ot
tho short appropriation and tho stop
pago ot advances from Dlshop & Co.
Four of the dismissed men wero sort
"Certainly tho shortago of hands will
delay tho distribution of malls," said
Postmaster General Oat this morn
ing. "As It was, tho staff was pretty
well overworked, there nro so many
steamers. Tho men have had to work
holidays, Sundays and sometimes
nights. This reduction of force will
therefore work a hardship on tho men
"As to tho other Islands, I have sent
a notice out, according to tho plan ap
proved by the Cabinet, stating that as
salaries havo exceeded tho appropria
tions, a reduction will be made In tho
payment of salaries of postmasters of
20 per cent, and in that of pay ot mall
carriers of 10 per cent, looking to tho
Legislature to appropriate tho amounts
so deducted. Without sufficient funds
tho only alternative to this reduction
of payments would havo been the clos
ing of twenty-nvo postofllces."
It Is well known that tho scantiness
of tho appropriations for tho postodlco
Is duo to tho great and unforeseen ln
crcaso of tho postal business In every
branch. Equally public knowledgo ot
the fact that tho postoflke Is moro than
paying Its way. Mr. Oat, answering a
reporter's queries, said tho bureau had
turned a net Income of $42,000 into tho
treasury In tho past biennial period.
Col. Whytc Brings Suit.
San Francisco, Feb. 18. Albert
Whytc on Friday brought suit In tho
Superior Court against F. W. Macfar
lanc, a capitalist of Honolulu, alleging
that ho went to the State of Washing
ton in June, 1899, to examine agricul
tural lands, that Macfarlano agreed to
pay two-thirds of nls expenses, which
amounted to (852.70, and that G'W.W
is consequently due him. Tho com
plaint states tnat Macfarlano is a part
owner of tho Union Feed Company of
Honolulu, that ho represented to
Whyto that this company and other
consumers of hay and grain were de
sirous of purchasing agricultural lamU
near Pugct sound, that it enough lands
could bo obtancil Macfarlano would
havo a .corporation formed to buy
them, that tho corporation would pay
a real estate commission of $10,000
on tho transaction, and that this
amount he and Wnyte would divide.
In case the project was not put
through he promised to bar two
thirds of Whyte's expenses. Macfar
lano looked at the lands visit d by
Whyto and dropped the schema.
' Special Committee at Work.
The special committee ot the Board
of Health appointed to look into the
matter ot the shipment of freight, from
Honolulu to ports on the other Islands,
went down along tho wharves this
morning to study out some feasible
After some discussion, it was con
ceded by all that much could be gain
ed by fencing off tho Inter-Island and
KInau wharves and maintaining there
nn absoluto control.
Not only could the general public be
thus kept from coming Into contact
with any of tho goods for the other
Islands but tno disinfecting process
could bo carried out right on tho spot
under a superintendent.
In this manner every bit of freight
would bo attended to In a way satis
factory to the Board of Health. There
would be but one handling after disin
fection and this by "clean" Wharf
Goods which could not bo shipped
without first undergoing fumigation
could bo sent to the Pacific Mall wharf
and from there tnken directly to either
of the other wharves without the ne
cessity of having tho samo carted all
Kawalahao church will bo reopened
for public worship next Sunday. It
has been thoroughly renovated since
Its brief rise as a houso of refuge for
Chinatown fire victims. All the old
matting has been burned and tho walls
havo been calsomlncd.
A large, nicely furnished mosquito
proof room, suitable for couple, for
rent. See To Let column.
The horso w..n iho extended hoofs
at Mokauca, reported In this paper
Monday, was found by Officer Apana
yesterday and attended tc
DON'T PAHS our OPERA GLABSEf
for the World. The'e made by L.
Malre. "Nuff aald." tt v WICHMAN
Andrew Nelson, of the firm of Cash
man & Nelson, was married td Miss
May Rosls on Tuesday, February 27,
at the catholic qatnearai.
SUSPICIOUS WA1K1KI CASE
Elderly Chinese Takm Sick Suddenly
Board Looking Up the Fkbmaikct Cblnaman
More Schools to Open Dealing
With Food Stuffs.
2 p. m. Ono very suspicious
case today, as reported below.
Dr. Wood considers this caso
of such a suspicious nature
thnt he has deemed It advis
able for tho ten or twclvo peo
ple in tho Ah Sam placo to bo
removed to tho Kallhl deten
tion camp. This work will bo
attended to this afternoon.
Yqng Look, tho suspect, has
been given nn Injection of tint
nntl-pest fluid and Is lingering
along at the pest hospital.
At Block 10.
Tho Board of Health visited Block
19 yesterday afternoon nnd decided to
allow Mills Institute to reopen as scion
as a rat proof fence, separating this
Institution from tho remainder of the
block Is erected. Y. Man Sing. Sayagu
sa and Wo On will also be allowed to
open for business. After tho destruc
tion of several old outhouses and priv
ies and the Installment ot patent wntcr
closets, tho premises at the corner of
Fort street and Chaplain lane will be
allowed to open.
Regarding Subscription Funds.
At a meeting of tho Citizens' Sani
tary Committee yesterday, tho follow
ing resolution was adopted:
In vlow of tho fact that subscription
funds aro being forwarded to Honolu
lu for tho aid of plaguo sufferer?, nnd
many Inquiries havo been madu in re
gard to tho best disposition ot said
funds; and further that this committee
after a careful Investigation, ha
found that Mr. Theo. Richards In hli
work nt the relief camps, and else
where Is In cIobo touch with thosa peo
ple who need assistance; and that Mr.
Richards Is willing to and can use
said funds to good advantage; there
fore bo it
Resolved, That all funds sent to this
commltteo for tho purpose of assisting
sufferers from tho plague, and Its at
tendant consequences, shall bo placed
nt the disposal ot Mr. Theo. Richards
for such distribution as ho may deem
for the best advantage ot said suffer
ers. Kallhl Camp Notes.
The gas engine at tho Kallhl deten
tion camp broko down last night.
There are now forty-five people In
Ono of tho guards kissed a friend
who was taken from tho Richards
street lodging houso to tho camp yes
terday and was Immediately placed In
quarantine with tho others.
A gang ot about sixty men is doing
excellent work on the roads of the
Thero aro only about 1500 peoplo
left at the camp. Tho quarantlno pe
riod ot'the last batch will bo up next
week. It Is not expected that many
will be left at that tlmo.
Tho crazy man in the house of tho
opium smokers has been sent to the
insane asylum. It was impossible to
take proper caro of the man at the
6amples ot Oriental Food.
At a meeting of the Board ot Health
yesterday afternoon Dr. Emerson re
commended that something bo dono
along tho lino of collecting samples of
Chinese and Japanese foodstuffs In or
der that tho Board may act Intelligent
ly wuen any ot the articles aro under
discussion. Dr. Wood thought that a
shelf could bo put up and bottled
samples placed therd' for objective
study by tho Board ot Health. Dr.
Emerson read quite a list of Japaneso
foodstuffs and explained how some of
them were put up.
Opening oY Schools.
Probably by tho end of next week
neatly all tho schools of Honolulu and
suburbs will bo opened. Tho opening
or the High School was In the nature
of a "feeler" and it has been found that
tho people aro willing to send their
children. Tho school Is full and mat
ters aro progressing very well.
May Quarantine Whole Block.
Tho Board of Health Is talking of
quarantining the whole of tho block
from which the plague victim of yes
terday was taken. Seen this morning
about the matter, Dr. Wood said: "Tho
locality Is certainly open to grave sus
plslon. Mary ICaalhuo died In a houso
near by and hers was a case of plague.
Then you will remember a German
died In another house, not far away,
beforo tho existence of plagu In Hono
lulu was ofllclally announced. In the
light of later cases it Is thought that
this man was also a victim of tho
plague. Just mauka of Queen street
and In tho same Immediate locality a
South Sea Islander, ono of the first
victims, died of plague.
"Tho Citizens' Sanitary Commtttc
Is now at work tracing tho history of
&ifc,fa.Hritt .ififrftui :
tho case of yesterday's victim. If It
can bo found that the fellow was tak
en sick in tho hmmn nml Mint l.n .11.1
not movo out to Kallhl and return
Tuesday night, as stated by peoplo l
nouse, u is very prohablo that tho
whole block will bo Dlaccd In nnnrnn.
John Kdnoa, male Hawaiian, con
sumption, keroseno warehouso deten
tion camp, Feb. 28.
Antonio Lima, male Portuguese,
aged soven months, diarrhoea, Kakaa
ko. Feb. 23.
S. Uzumakl, male Japanese, aged
two months, gastro enteritis, Mar. 1.
Nineteen in IQuarantlne
Nineteen people, mostly all school
teachers, went Into quarantlno nt tho
homo of H. S. Townscnd In Mnnoa lust
evening. Dr. Davis made tho first ex
amination of tho peoplo last ovenlng.
Mr. Townscnd nnd his family havo
moved to Walklkl where they will re
main until tho requlslto fifteen days'
quarantlno has been completed.
Case of Yong Look.
Dr. Peterson was called to Ah Sam's
storo at Hopkln's switch, Walklkl, be
tween 9 and 10 o'clock this morning.
Ho found there n Chinaman, Yong
Look by namo, aged CO, who was com.
plctoly out of his head and with n tem
perature of 104. Ho was immediately
removed to tho pest house and the
storo was placed In quarantlno by
Health Agent Charlock, who accom
panied tho pnyslclan.
Tho fellow was freed from tho Kall
hl detention camp Friday and onnearfcd
at Ah Sam's storo Saturday forenoon.
ai mat tlmo no was In perfectly good
health as testified to by sub-Inspector
Ed. Boyd. When Mr. Boyd called at
tho storo last evening tho man wen
ovldcntly enjoying life nnd saw fit to
Joko with tho Inspector.
Lato last night Yonis Look was tnlc-
cn 111 suddenly and when the inspec
tor called this morning, his caso was
desperate. A femoral bubo was found
nnd other Indications led Dr. T'otort.on
to tho belief that the caso was surely
Nino Chinamen nnd a child from tho
Infected houso ott Richards street were
corralcd in tho flshmarket yesterday
afternoon by Superintendent of Guards
A. A. Fox. Had theso people continu
ed to refuse. to inako themselves known
tho whole flshmarket would havo been
placed In quarantine until tho people
wanted were found. All ot tho men
wero employed at tho market
llllo Quarantine Ktatlon.
At a meeting of the Board ot Health
yesterday, President Wood read tno
following letter from Hllo:
HIlo, Hawaii. H. I.. Feb. 2i. 1900
The Board of Health, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Your agents In Hllo
having decided thnt It would bo advan
tageous for Hllo to have a properly
equipped quarantlno station, which
could at tho samo tlmo bo utilized in
a detention camp, should plaguo oprcud
in tnis town, appointed a commltteo
of three, Mr. C. C. Kennedy, Mr. L. A.
Andrews nnd Dr. Grace, to report on
Tho committee decided th?t before
proceeding further it would bo well to
refer the suggestion to your honorable
body with a vlow to seeing what finds
could bo obtained. The commltteo Is
ot opinion that premanent accommo
dation for about ISO persons should bo
provided, together with a disinfecting
With regard to. site, after due reflo
tlon, it was decided that CocoanuU Isl
and Is the only suitable spot available.
This would glvo amplo room fur -iuar-tcrs
for 150 persons and would at the
samo time furnish space for temporal y
buildings for a largely lncrcasod num
ber should necessity nrlse, to use tho
placo as a detention camp.
Wo aro, sirs,
C. C. KENNEDY,
L. A. ANDREWS.
Dr. Wood stnte'd that It was not right
that In n tlmo ot epidemic liko the
present, Honolulu should bo tho only
port whero thero are any provision- for
tho dlslnrectlng cf freight nnd tho
handling ot quarantined persons.
Probabiy the United States would taKo '
over tho whole of Hawaii ncl's quar
antine wnters and It might be well to
postpono definite action.
It was finally voted to refer the mat
ter of n quarantlno station nt Hllo to
tho executive with a favorable recom
mendation, Want to Know the Reason.
At n meeting of tho Bar Association
yesterday most of tho tlmo was spent
In discussing futile motions. Geo. D.
Gear, E. B. McClhnnhan nnd T. Mc
Cants Stewart wero appointed a com
mltteo to racot tho Citizens' Sanitary
Commltteo, for obtaining an under
standing as to whether thero Is any
reason why tho courts should not open
for business next Monday morning.
Mnnagcr F. J. Cross of tho Inter
Island Telegraph Co. will leave for San
Francisco as soon ns possible. His
mission Is to forward the work of es
tablishing the telegraph stations, the
Marconi company having expressed
fear for their experts on account ot the
FEASON OF 1900:
Iwakaml rough braid straw hats for
Iw -won ot liOO.
'JtebfajiteM. - -1 n r ' ttiirfc',Hr ,,!, iA.fVrttfiiiyif;! lifflr n
BUILD ON PUBLIC LAND
Government GIvts Up Strip of Land
oo Kfcg Street.
la Connection Wltb Con unction ot Ine New
Hall & Son Block Built on Iba Old
Lines 18 Incites on Street.
It having been stated to tho Bulle
tin that tho now building of E. O. Hall
& Son, Ltd., was to bo erected on the
lines of tho old one, Which took up
eighteen Inches of the Improved lino of
King street, a reporter asked W. W.
Hall, president of tho corporation,
about tho matter.
Mr. Hall answered that tho building
was to bo on tho old ltne3. Theso
trenched on King street, according to
tho straightening survey adopted, a
Httlo ot tho corner of Fort street. Ho
did not think It wns eighteen Inches,
nnd tho Government had given permis
sion to build on the old lines.
They had the deed, Mr. Hall said, for
all of tho land occupied. They gavo
tho public two feet on Fort street
without asking any compensation, bo
sides which tho cutting off of tho cor
ner, In tho now building plan, would
considerably lncrcaso tho sidewalk
space say about soven feet diagonally
from tho corner of tho curbstone.
Tho Bulletin's Informant states that
although every other new building has
been forced strictly back to tho street
lino tho Arm of Hnll & Son has been
granted nuthorlty recently to continue
Us construction work and plans on tho
old basis. This, It Is maintained Is
transcending tho nuthorlty which local
officers properly possessed, nnd In tho
minds of many Is cnnslrtcrtj unwar
ranted favoritism In dealing with mat
ters affecting ono of tho main thor
oughfares ot the city.
Hawaii Hay Wait
For Porlo Rico
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Washington, Feb. 12. Notwith
standing the deslro ot till friends of
Hnwull for earh .icilon by C.iu;;icbF,
It Is bcMevrd ttat tin Hn.v..ll:.:i Ku
will bo held u-x-i'.i until after i'i' 1'nrto
rtlean status is sealed, and ns theo
will bo nn i-xtcudod dcbaii upon the
Porto Rlcan hill, proipu-ti for ii'invdi
i.to action on ll.iwr.ll lire not bright
Representative Illlt of Illinois said
today that ho will inlto no further In
terest In Hawaiian logl.-diiU'jn a out
lined In the Hours bill reported by tho
Commltteo on Territories. Mr. Illtt
Is strongly opposed to that portion of
tho bill which places tho appointment
of Supreme Judges In tho bands ot tho
President, maintaining that these ap
pointments should bo mado by tho
Governor of tho Territory.
J. A. BRECKONS.
Church Activities Tomorrow.
At 2:15 p. m. tho children will como
direct from school to Central Union
church for anotner children's mcctlug
wlh Miss Yarrow. Bright singing.
The Y. M. C. A. is the rallying point
for teacheis at 4:30to Btudy next Sun
day's lesson and elect officers.
Mrs. Yarndlcy will call tho Choral
Society to order promptly at 7. At
tho samo hour President Paty will
start tho March business meeting ot
tho Young People's Society of Chris
Following these, nt 8 o'clock, comes a
vory Important business mectln;; of inn
Sunday school teacners nnd ofllcors.
On tho ndvlco of tho Attorney Gen
eral, tho Interior Department return
ed to the promoters the proposed ar
ticles ot Incorporation of tho Wahl
awa Sugar Co. They wero deemed de
fcctlvo In not naming tho owner or
owners ot n largo number of shares
held by A. E. Nichols as trustee. The
promoters by their attorneys, Kinney,
Rallou & McClanahan, sent tho papers
back to tho Minister ot tho Interior ac
companied by a peremptory demand
for their ncccptanco without change.
This afternoon tho papers wero again
returned with a posltlvo refusal to
ncccpt them In their present form. A
mandamus suit by tho promoters Is ex
pected to oo tho next thing.
An excellent chanco Is pffcrcd to se
cure sheet music at a vory low prlco
from a firm who wish to Introduce
their goods here. See ad of John A.
Nelson Company on pago 8.
Chas. Wilder appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
fornication. Immediately ho was call
ed, Attorney Sllllman announced that,
on behalf of tho Attorney General's de
partment, ho wished to ask for a nollo
prosequi. This was granted and then
Attornoy Humphreys, who nppearcd
for tho defendant, made the remark:
"Your honor, you can now see tho force
of my remark tho other day In asking
that the caso bo not postponed.'1
Citizens of the Territory.
The clt zenslup.vrctlon of th; Ha
waii Territorial bill as am-m'eJ by
the House Committee on Territories
reads as fo'lows:
"Section 4. That all persons who
were citizens of the Republic of Ha
waii on August twelfth elgnteen
hundred and ninely-elijtit, are here
by declared to be citizens of the
United States and citizens of the
S Territory of Hawaii.
"And all citizens of th- United
" States w ho were re Ident In th Ha
waii in Islands on or sine Aujjut
twelfth, eighteen hunJreJ nd
K ninety-eight, and all cituensof the
Q United States who shall hereafier
reslJe In the Territory of H.iwall
formic jeirslull be citizens of the
Territory of Hawaii."
SUNDRY LAW MATTERS
J. M. Dowsctt, administrator of tho
estate of Jas. I. Dowsctt, deceased, flics
his final account with petition for dis
charge. Tbo receipts aro SS3.GIJ1.73 and
expenditures $79,524.13, leaving a bal
jnco of S4.037.C0.
Judge Perry has appointed John Ena
as ancillary administrator, with tho
will annexed, of tho estate ot tho lato
Julius Hotlng within this Republic.
A. G. M. Robertson for petitioner.
Jas. F. Morgan petitions for probato
of tho will of his lato mother, who left
an cstato consisting ot two houses and
lot on Berctanla street valued at JfiOOO
and pcrsonnlty of $100. The devisees
and legatees aro her three children,
Edward J. Morgan of Kauai and Jas. V.
Morgan nnd Margaret T. McCarthy
of Honolulu, ana her executors named
aro tho two sons.
May Crclghton by her attorneys,
Robertson & Wilder, moves to amend
her libel of divorce against C. Crclgh
ton by another allegation.
Wolter vs. Rcdwnrd comes up tomor
row for argument on demurrer.
The following additional sanitary
fire claims havo been filed: Lee Sing,
washerman, JC9.C5; Bcrnnrdo Gomez,
$50.70; Wul DIx, $190.75; Abelardo An
Mr. Umsted's Father Dead.
Tho many friends mado by W. W.
Umstcd in Honolulu, when here last
spring ns agent of tho Omaha Exposi
tion, will regret to hear of tho death ot
his father at Omaha on January 28.
Althouga over 7t years ot age ho seem
ed good for another decade, but pneu
monia with complications cut nlm off
after ono week's Illness. His son and
wife, with whom ho had lived for somo
years, took the remains to Tiffin, Ohio,
tor Interment. Tho Into Mr. Umsted
was a gentleman of bcautlfui character
and most vintv tmneramrnt.
Bent on Mischief.
Manuel Lorrea, after having been
Incd $5 and costs In tho Police Court
vesterday on tho chargo of assault and
battery on Manuel Botclho, went out
ind did more mischief. Because he
.vas warned by tho half wlttcd Portu
gese that roams about the streets, ,
not to tako a wheel that did not belong
'o him, he pushed the poor fellow over
in tho sldewalK with such force that
no was unable to get up for some little
Imc. Corrca was given a severe Ice
tiro by Captain Parker and allowed
n rrn frco on account of the dellcaio
health of tho boy's mother.
Ape hard to find,
Know where to
COME TO THE
And you will not go further. From the
cheapest to the best can be found th.rj.