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fTHE EVJSNING BOLLlirvHONnrni.t
'ogress of Hawaii m
Bill Before Congress m
r l- --"JnKton, April 11. Itoprcscntn
JJV."ioC,r,;rBon "' lj0V 0l "ew ":orK
fin received a vigorous iuuiubi iium
Iprescutntivcs of tho Hawaiian Steam-
r'lp Company against the amendment
tho Hawaiian bill adopted nt tho in
Rtnco of Representative Cushman of
I' They claim that Cushman docs not
''present tho shipping Interests on tho
tlautlc nor tho 1'aclflc Coast. These
FittrcslH do not want tho amendment
vloptcd. Had notlco been given, the
'tier nays, tho amendment would ncv-
' liavo pnsned tho House, for tho shlp-
vners of both coasts, with tho exeep-
on of thoso of tho Stato of Washing-
Ion, would have united In protesting
TicalnBt tho unjust and damaging legis
lation. All Intention of reflecting on
Jushman Is disavowed, tho letter stnt-
yiiB mm ue is mimniuiniuu.
Hcprescntatlvo Levy saw Senator
Morgan today and laid tho matter be-
iforo him. Morgan lia lug been a mcin-
,,fccr of tho Hawaiian Commission, was
deeply Interested and promised to give
Hho matter his attention at once. Levy
'will tirgo tho Hoiihn conferees to take
! tho matter up In conference with n
( ! vlow lof overcoming tho dllllculty.
i Wirshlugtou, April 12. Through the
V T efforts of Hcprescntatlvo Cushman, the
provision In tho Hawaiian bill Inserted
In tho Senate, extending the shipping
I laws of tho United States to thoso IhI-
t' amis, was amended to become uppllc-
i .1.1. nn ir.nti fpnm tlin ncanirn f llin
IIU1U WIIU JfHk ilWiii IHU 1I4100V Ml Vll
Mr. Cushman, In explaining. hlB ac
tion, Bays that tho Senate provision
would havo cut off all shipping be
tween the Paclilc Coast and Hawaii In
all except American ships, which would
hrtvo shut out thu mnnv vessels plying
between Puget Sound nnd Hawaii,
which nro all foreign vessels. Under
his amendment tho shipping Interests
of tho Sound will havo n year In which
to Install American fehlps on the Ha
Mr. Cushman says ho expects his
amendment to bo opposed In confer
ence becnuso San Francisco Interests
controlling American ships running to
Hawaii aro anxious to have the Senate
provision carry, to the detriment of tho
Washington, April 17. After extend
ed meetings n unanimous agreement
was reported today by tho Houso and
Senate conferees on tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment bill. Tho Scnato conferees
yielded to tho House measure, which
passed ns a substitute for tho Senate
bill as a whole, nlthongh u number of
amendments were ninde. In tho main
two form of government ns finally de
termined upon is that provided by tho
House. Tho chief amendments aro
thoso providing a district court instead
of tho Federal court organized under
general laws, and tho striking out of
tho Houho provision postponing for
'one year tho tlmo for applying tho
coasting laws to Hawaii. Tho prohi
bition of saloons In Hawaii as provid
ed by the Houso bill Is retained In a
modified form, in effect leaving the
matter to local option. Tho House
provisions ns to tho land laws aro re
tained, including the amendment of
Representative Newlands of Nevada,
-restricting the amount of land to bo
held by a corporation to 1,000 acres.
Tho other Nowlnnds amendment, pro
viding for n committee to Investigate
tho labor nucstlon In Hawaii, Is chang
ed bo that Commissioner of tabor
Wright will conduct tho Inquiry. Tho
appointment of Circuit Juugcs, which
was tho Biibject of rather earnest dif
ferences, was flnnlly decided by leaving
tho appointments with tho resident.
The bill cBtabllshcB a completo form
of government for tho Islands, with a
Governor and other executive officers,
' a Legislature of two branches nnd i
Judicial branch, consisting of n Supremo
Court. Circuit Courts and Inferior
courtB. Tho bill provides that Hawaii
shall be represented In Congress by n
delegate, who shall havo a Boat In the
Houso of Representatives, with tho
right to debate, but not to rote. Tho
iolcgato to Congress Is to bo chosen
at on election of the pcoplo. Thcro Is
no tariff provision in tho bill, as tho
tariff laws of tho UnltKl States aro ex
tended over tho Islands and tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii Is specifically mado a
"customs district of tho United States."
with the portB of entry at Honolulu,
Hllo, Mahukona and Knliulul.
As t tho crown lands, which havo
boen a source of some controversy, It Is
That tho portion of tho public do
main heretofore known ns crown lands
Ib hereby declared to havo been, on
AugtiBt 12, 189S, and prior thereto, tho
property of tho Hawaiian Government
nntl to bo free and clear from any trust
of or concerning tho samo, and from
all claim of nny nature whatsoever,
upon tho rents, issuo nnd prollts there
of. It ehall bo subject to alienation
and other uses as may bo provided by
Tho Chlncso on tho Islands are glren
one year to obtain certificates of resi
dence, but tho conferees struck out tho
amendment Inserted by Representa
tive Do Armond of Missouri, provid
ing that "all Chlneso and other Asia
tics" arriving since tho iBlnnds wero
acquired by tho United States shall do-
part within ono year or umu uo u
porteu by tho Government. This latter
provUloii was omitted In vlcwof thobo '
U that the Japanese 0 Becure. a
treaty Buitiiu in '"" . '""y,"'.".
fnrrlliln elenortatlon by tlio Unlteil
Htntea would Invito 11 Berloim nnd need
Iciis breach with Japan.
(lucrrcro ft IloU-. the now yon
cost. It will pay you to
Thursday, April 20.
Inquiries made among those lntor
Htcit In stocks and business mm In
juicrnl show the feeling to bo I'.ut the
isting of Hawaiian plantation stocks
n New York, by Edward l'ollltz, and
he passago of the cable bill will have
i most bcncflclnl effect on the com
mercial and financial affairs of thesr
(Jcorgo R. Carter said that In all
probability Mr. l'ollltz will only list
hose stocks In New York now listed
II San Francisco; theso may bo follow
ed by tho listing of others. The larg
er tho market tho better will bo the
prices of the stocks listed. It will hnvo
i good elfcct, If wo can let Now oik
investors havo somo of our Olvldendi.
i no cable, of course, will be .1 ve-y
great benefit to all kinds of buslncba
and will be a great help to prlvato In
tciests ns well. While he did not look
fur Hip cablo to bring a boom, still tho
gross receipts woulu probably ho much
larger than anticipated, and the bene
fit!) to tho Isiands would bo Incalcul
able. Tho laying of the cablo would
directly stlmulato tho markets hero by
putting us in touch with the business
renters of the world.
J. II. Fisher, president of tho Hono
lulu Stock Hxchnngc, said the listing of
the stocks In New York would havo tho
Immediate effect that tho better clasi
of our stocks would be bought up there
for the largo dividends they will p.iy.
Communication with tho Mainland by
caolo cannot have anything except n
beneficial effect. Acess to a larger
money market would ralBc tho pnoo
of our stocks. Wo certainly have largi
dividend paying properties hero and
our sccuilttcs would ho sought after;
this fact would causa prices to go up
hen our stocks were listed In San
Francisco It had had n tendaney lu
i also the prices of thoso plantation
stocks listed; n llko effect would fol
low their listing In Now York, which
Is n great raonled center. Tho succew
of tho matter would largely rent with
the majority holders here, ns to wheth
er they cam to let go of goo-l Invest
ments. I. It. Burns said he believed the lltt
Ing of stocks In New York nnd the lay
ing of tho cable would make a finan
cial boom In the Islands which woufd
bo felt In every department of busi
ness. Ho did not agrco with some who
thought our sugar Industry tlireatwion
through competition; nil th.it was
needed now to make new benefits ap
parent, was to get to work uudor the
now territorial government ns soon us
Will E. Fisher said the Islands wore
greatly In need of outsldo capital,
which should at onco bo Interested
here. Capital was quick to take ad
vontngo of opportunities and there was
plenty of It awaiting tho action of
Washington, on tho territorial bill, to
seek investment. The chaotic state
of the Islands In tho past and present
lias had more or less to do with keep
ing capital from investing here. Ho
was In receipt of letters by every mall
asking for proper Investments, but
they had all been contingent upon tho
passage of the territorial bill. Art soon
as that Is passed and the sable bid,
Hawaii may look for wonderful pros
perity. Ho had great confidence In Mr.
l'ollltz nnd with tho listing of our
stocks nnd the completion of tha cable
tho Islands would reap tho grcitc.it
financial and commercial advantages.
Harry Armltage said tho cable
would mako a final success of tho Pol
lltz case. Stock transactions were
now badly hampered by the necessity
of transacting business by mall. The
cablo means n large Increase In the
stock business. Real estate- would alio
be Influenced nnd prices would ad
vance; 'but It was the stock and secur
ity market that would bo benefited
most. Tho need of the Islands was
nn Incrcaso of ready capital and with
the cable this would come. It wis Im
possible now for brokers to carry tho
largo orders from tho Mainland, but
this inconvenience would disappear
with tho completion of tho cable: then
capital could bs transferred nt onco
from tho Mainland to Honolulu and
stocks, paying tho largest dividends In
tho world given In exchange. This
meant good times nnd a boom In
San Francisco, April 12. The Ocean
ic Steamship Company has boon no
tified that it has been awarded tho con
tract for carrying tho English nnd
Australian closed malls for tho next
ten years, a trl-monthly scrvlco being
required, touching nt Honolulu, Apia
or Pago-Pago, which shall be selected
by tho Government, nnd Auckland.
Tho rate will bo ?2 a mile. Tho com
pany is negotiating with tho New Zeal
and nnd Australian Governments for
carrying malls to San Francisco.
The Oceanic Company has been noti
fied that tho Tahltlun Government has
accepted Its proposal for stenmo. f.er
vico between Snn Francisco nnd Tahiti.
A steamer of 3000 tons Is to bo put on
tho route, to mako eleven trlus n year
of thlrty-flvo days each, with a speed
of fourteen knots, tho bonus to bo $30,
000 a year. Tho Mariposa or Ahmeda
will probably bo overhauled nnd plac
ed on the routo.
Thursday, April 20.
Franklin II. Austin, editor of Aus-
. Wcckly, was ndvlsc.l by n me.lleal
frIen( UJ ,10 ,,,
nbanuon ma euitoriui worK arm nro in
tho country for at leant a year. Slnco
ho hns Kune to tho hospital, Mr. AiihIIii
liaH coiiclinlcil that ho will havu to talo
tho ml vice, llo linn nccordliiKly teinler-
J "liuVclgintloi, n ...n..nKer and ed.
" tl.ljliir-f Juoinpaiiy.
A buhy cnrrliiuu Ih fur fliile,
Jir Jtr rr r r T j w
unl Will Return. g
: . Ru1
W Lllluolwilunl Will Return.
( pe.i.il Onrre-pondetice )
Wash iig on, Apill I j. The ex
Queen ot II mall, L buoUaldiil, ln
been e ..ily in f r i-eerM w.el
SUfl rlhP Irnm tllp nr.'lUiit Wu.lt-
li Rtoi citnpl.iliit, ills grip. "She is
liowtvcr, re tverlne r.iplJIv Hid
will. It IsexprcteJ, mi m be In p s
session if her uiui halth. Ului
okal.inl expects to leave VV.isliii p
tn nit Liter than the mlJd e if
M y lor Hn.inuiu. she linsbetu
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following cl eiv the proposed lei.- 5
Ulatlon lor Hiwall onJ Is citiMitd W.
that the Hiue m aMire will afdud
J aialrand pr cilcil form of g veri
1 nntfrr1h cl.iti.U VV lilU rirm
S tftiR that this C ngies fjllc- to
Is rtcocnle the cliim m.iJe bv Inr
K Mci ds that sic be recmnpei s J fer k.
0 h-r lass ot lands anJ othtrpr pet v, C
jj the ex-Quten takes the mat er Jj
Sphllnsj lilcahy and m.iUes in com- i
plaint. HRCCKONS,. S
Thursday, Apill 20.
As an outcome of tho matter tho Wil
der nnd Inter-Island steamship com
panies as the principal factors, and the
main business houses of Honolulu,
havo decided to form n corporation for
the control of tho towage buslncsd of
As yet there have been no meetings
for the formation of tho company in
that practically, tho wholo scheme Is
In the air, but like tho showers during
the present month, it 1b suio to descend
nnd become a reality.
Ono of tho principal men In the
movement had tho following to say to
day; "Of course, if we find that the gov
ernment can still retain the towage
business of this port without nn In
fringement of tho law, wo will very
probably drop quietly out of thu
scheme wo now havo on hand. If, hew
ever, It should bo ns wo havo contend
ed, wo will proceed rapidly with the
formation of tho company. Tugs will
be ordered nnd all arrangements made.
"No doubt tho proposition will bo
u paying ono and wo will not only
mnko n little out of it but vo will a
suro ourselves of good work with no
more dilatory tactics."
Something over a fortnight ago tho
Council of Stnto passed nn appropria
tion of ?G5,000 for tho purchaso ot a
new tug boat for this port. Thero wnj
much debato when tho proposed Item
was read, several of the members ob
jecting strenuously to Us passago on
the ground that the United States laws
governing territories mentioned speci
fically that the government should not
opcrnto the towage business as Is tin
enso In Honolulu today. To pass iho
Item would be to npproprlnto money for
n purpose forbidden by law.
The matter was looked up but tho
men who mado tho objection could not
put their linger on tho law although
they hnd no doubt as to its existence.
The Item was passed
Ijihorc, Punjaub; April 17. That
Great Uiltaln'e attitude towards Af
ghanistan in regard to Russlun designs
on Herat, docs not meet with appioval
at Cabul (the capital of Afghanistan) Is
proved by an autograph letter publish
ed with the Ameer's consent, In which,
after referring to the various rumors,
"Now when Afghanistan Is over
whelmed on all Bides, tho Ilrltlsh Gov
ernment docn not seem to tnko any In
terest but enjoys the pride of aloof
ness nnd reserve. Whenever I hnvo
suggested a check to Russian aggres
sion, I have had no response, from tho
Government of India, except tho sug
gestion that Afghanistan might con
sent to tho construction of railways
nnd Telegraphs. This is Impossible, ns
tho Afghans consider thnt such it step
would mean their ruin. Notwithstand
ing nil these troubles I have proved for
tho past twenty-ono years, tho Arm
ully of Great llritnln. Hut now lit the
last moment, I must Inform my power
ful nlly, tho Government of Indln, that
tho present Ib tho tlmo for deeds und
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Thursday, April 2(.
Judge Slllluinn yesterday ailow-cl a
feo ot Jl.uoo to 1'. L. Weaver n& at
torney for W. R. Castle, adtnlntsttntur
of the estate or tho Inte William hcan.
'1 his closed tho ntfalrs of the adminis
tration. In December last Judg? Per
ry declared tho legal heirs to bo Ann
Atkinson, Dosoy ltansomc, Hllz.ibcth
llnil and Thomas Dean, the Hist Unto
utl"b imn aiDiciD ui uiti-iiDl'li nun lu'i
lnst-iiumtd a half brother. '1 ho dc-
being half slstets of diceascd und tho
ceusid left real estate In Honolulu,
lately appraised at ?S,000 value, nnd
about $2!i,U00 in money.
A curious romance Is revealed lti the
testimony of Mr. Castle. He hail .'c
pcaudly advised Dean tn mako it will,
but nil the latter left of n tc3t.ini. "i
tary urturc was a memoranda bu.ik,
wherein, in Ills own handwriting, he
said if anything snoiild happen to him
he wished nil of his property left to
his aunt, Mrs. Edwaid Uoliln3o.i, and
in case of her death to her children.
Mr. Castlo tcsililcd that the aunt has
been dead fifteen years, and thu two
cousins nio nut his nearest relative,
but ho did want them to lias tils
property. Tho reason for that was,
Mr. Castle learned, that beforo ha c.uno
to these islands he fell In lovo with n
woman, mid had made nil nriangc
nifiilH to many her when IiU father
tumid around and married ho.. Tho
children of this mairlago w.'i-o hi?
nearest ielatlcs, hut he did lot want
nny of the property to go to them.
Dean was not mauled here. Ho was
n very skilful mechanic, and did all
the nice work nt tho palace. In tho
lust llvo or hlx ycais of his llfo he
did no work, but lived on his rontj in
n little cottngo Just nbovc tno first
Nitunnti bridge. Sometimes j.c would
go off to Molol-.nt and shoot Jeer, and
Mr. Custlo supposed that kind of llfo
was too much for him nnd klllol hlin. ,
Louisa Nlhoa 111 petitions for IcUsrs
of admlnlstintlon on thu otato of i.er
mother, Abblc Hoolpo Nllioi, valued at
91250, to issuo to 1'. I,. Weivcr.
Withdrawals of appeals oy Dr. Min
er and Jus. F. Moigau from llsrctiinla
street widening awards, of which tho
fact has alteady been publUlie.l In th's
paper, havo been filed lu the e'erk's
Henry Smith, Clerk of Jii.llei.vv, Is
busy getting out the calendar for tho
May term of the Flist Circuit Court.
It breaks nil records, thcro boinj from
200 to 300 cases. The Hawaiian jury
cilmlnal calendar Is light with bill
eight cases. Thcro aro twenty-llvu tor
clgn jiuy criminal cases Inzludiug two
of murder. '1 his fnvornblo showing for
tho law-abiding character of the na
tive Hawaiian Is all tho more plc.is.int
to consider In view of tho fact thnt tho
coming occasion will bo the Inst in
Hawaiian history when separnto nice
Juiles will ho empaneled.
Judgo Slllluinn this morning ichuiu
ed hearing of tho bill for Injitiittlut to
lcstrnln the Kumnlo Sugar Co fiom
selling delinquent shares. Geo. A. Da
vis spoko eloquently In bcluuf of Inn
claims of tho objecting snT-nmiiitcrs.
A, G. M. Robcrcson of Roborcbo'i &
Wilder represented tho company.
After argument the Court granted n
temporary Injunction restraining tho
salo of stock until tho termination of
proceedings now pending.
Mr. Robertson asked thnt the Court
order a bond In tho sum of j:i0,0U0.
Mr. Davis argued against the renuest,
btntlng thnt tho present value of tl.n
Btock did not wnrrant sii"ti n ncuvy
The Court ordered the plaintiff to fllo
a bond of $15,000 within the next two
Friday, April 27.
The continued hearing of Kauhn vs.
Peter High beforo Judge Silllman this
morning was Interrupted through tho
receiving by Attorney llnllou of a telo
hono message calling him home. A
day's continuance, was granted.
Judgo Silllman has rendered an
equity decision In A. S. Ctvghorn, ad
ministrator, vs. W. It. Caitlc und oth
ers, finding thnt defendant Castlo
should pay to plaintiff $3I.'0, with In
terest fiom January 1897. This Is part
of the Antono Fcllpo estate matter. In
which neglect of formalities by differ
ent parties led to a tangle. Robertson
& Wilder for plaintiff; W. It. Castlo In
person, nnd P. L. Weaver with him.
Kinney, llallou & McClanuhnn fllo n
motion for Icavo to fllo nil affidavit of
E. U. McCandlcss on the motion for
new trial of A. G. Mericoiirt vs. Nor
walk FIro Insurance Co.
Tho dcssldcnt Knmalo stockholders
havo filed their bond for 115,000 lu the
Injunction suit ngalnst tho company,
with Harry L. Evans ns principal and
Lnwrcneo II. Deo, Harvpy R. Hltch
cok and Otto S. Meyer as sureties.
W. S. Lucu nnd Thos. Ray Key
worth, executors of tho estate ot Ellzu
Luce, deceased, havo fl.lcd n bond of
$10,000 with J. Alfred Magoon as sure
ty. Friday, April 27.
The bacteriological committee o.i
Chinatown soil nro awaiting the renort
of Dr. Hoffmann on samples. Upon
that their recommendation to .the
Hoard of Health will dopend ns to
whether Chinatown should bo opened
forthwith lo rebuilding. It Is not
thought for a moment that tho Hoard
has power, outsldo of tho question of
Infection. U, l.ol.l the land oown.
have rebuilding postponed until tho
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thliiKH no matter If they am Indliei.tly
lolatcd to B.mltatloii. A nicuilior nf
the Hoard, who cxplulim thu altiiutlnn
In the HeiiRo jiiHt expri'HHeil, nddu llir.t
iiuother mtiviiiK roiiHlderatlou It thu
fact that 11 now Chinatown In rlnlnit In
I patcheri nil over tho city nrrii. Tlia
(pilchcHt check to tlila proccHH would bu
to open up the old C'hlmiluwn 4ltu.
For sale ntnll Orneor!.
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable, for residences, and Its cleanllnes
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
upon application to
Lowers & Cooke,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parau 'try
Johnson's Floor Wax.
Johnson's Floor Hruslie,
Johnvon's Solvent. .
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
Kor S.iIo by
Hawaiian News Co,,
Depot Omco. Sheridan street, near
Town Ofllce, Fort street, opposite
TEL. NO CQt).
Delivered twice daily to any part of
RING UP THE
Livery, Boarding and,'
Sales Stables, : : :
,.18 FQUT BTKEFl
SU'ile 'Phone, 47V
Unci. Stand 'Phone, 310 and t:.
O. H BELLINA.
A GOOD THING
4 17 8--G
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine, Firewood
Cut and Bplit (ready for the BtOTeJ
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK HARD
Lowcit PriceB. delivered to nny pan
HUSTAUiii & CO.,
II Onn Btrwt
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho Adjourned Annual McetlriR ot
tho Stockholders of B. Pcuk ft Co., Ltd.,
held this day, tho lollowlns Olllctrs
wero duly elected for tho ciisuIdk year:
James L. McLcau Prodlileut.
W. Woltera Vlco President.
V.. Peck .... Trens, and Malinger,
C. C. Conrndt , . . . Secretary,
N. li. fJudKO Auditor.
Tho nbnvo nlllcors conqtltuto tho
Hoard of Directors.
C. 0. CONRADT,
Honolulu, April II, J00O.
toy Ivalorow a Co.
Chlneso and Jap'aneselirSSr fw VIMS
Domestic Servants, Sailors and GtntuJ
Office Hours: g a. m. to 3 p. m
P.O. Hex 862.
Room' 1, Spreckel3 Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
I'litures Fniinej In anv style.
Framed Picture fur s.ile
......New AlouldliiRS f.r Frames havo
King and Alapai sireets,
Nc.tr Honolulu Mock Yards.
Im Pro art'i!,toHtiiiI tit riliort Xolfcc
soil l-un KiLi.ixrci & grading
At Lowell prices I'lec apply ox
leuvu order t oitico of
J L K'lulnhoii,
MOI llelhel Mieel. iiimiKii P.O.
W- tt. Ai-iAN.4
323 Nuuam i,
rlno Suitings In EngiiHn, Hcotch nt
American Good uiJo to onlor.
rolophono 668. Postollieo box 9881
Watchmaker and .Towollor.
GOLD AND KILVEK PLATING.
213K King Btroet.
T. KATSUNUMA &.Co.
A. K. OZAiVA. Mtnagtr.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ing. Tel. 544.
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to 111
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's
LADI ES' TJNDKRWEAB.
Dresses Made To O rder.
A Finb Assortwfnt of American. English aw
Scotch CLoth on Hand
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Gool work ind firsl-clait fit irurntrf &
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Corner aukca and Kino Streets
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
Jpr, sr;lal order, and CALIFORNIA
r-RUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 36
No. 6 Niuanu St., Mow Mtrchut, Hoaolol.
MERCHANT : TAXLOB
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The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you aro lmay.
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On Maible m Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iroo Feucu aiia Monnmental Ct
41 Klnir Strt.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FlKST CLASS WOIIK GlMRANUr.l
Union St. near Hotel, 1509