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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU It. T., FRIDAY, JANUAUY 11, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder: .
FROM SAN. FRANCISCO.
Ze&lamlla .....Jan. 2:1
Sonoma Jan. 9
Mariposa .......Feb. 9
Sierra Feb. 19
Zealandla Men. 2
Ventura Mch 12
n connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to nil points, In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lino to nil European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
OENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
'Occidental 'and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 TojoKisen Kaisna
... Miuiniri of tbt abort conpantt will call at Honolulu and liava tftliportoa or atontAo
For Japan and China:
City ol Peking ...
,. January is
, htWuary 8
For ferI to formation ipy t
9rSiaari of tut abovo line, ruanlne a coantcUoo w!tn tba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
eetvMQ Votouvr. El. C and Sydney, N. S. W and calllnr at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu and Brlabao
- niJK AT IIONOLtlLl) on or about tba daui balow ftated vlit
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. E. C,
bana and Sydney i
Ml mera .1... ......
Warrlmoo .... . .
April 1 j
.. .June 8
-! bft.otb ticket! Itiutd from Hooolulu to Canada. Uoltad StaUi and Europe. For Fralfbt and
Pa Mag and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.DavlcefrCo.,Ltd., GcnMAfeents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by 8. S. Orefionlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wharf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
R. W. ATKINSON
-jof F i c e-
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
R1NQ UP THK. ...
' Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : .: :
its fobt mxean
SUhle 'Fhons, 477
Hack Stand 'Phone.. 311) aud7lt.
O. H. BELLIHA.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL ADD SOIL FOR' SALE.
Jffl- Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
II. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Jlonsarrat's ornce.
THEUNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays Ifor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coist nle check
baggage on all outgoing steamer.
While and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 8(3.
W. LARSEN, M'fT.
Hitler's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
FOR PAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla ....; Jan. 20
Sierra Jan. 2!l
Mariposa Feb 13
Alameda Feb. 18
Zealandla 7. Mch. 6
Sonoma Mch. 12
For San Francisco:
China -.. .
Rio it Janeiro .,
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C);
Aorancl -. ..Jan. 16
Warrlmoo Feb. 11
Mlowera. , . ....Mar. tj
Anrangl .April 10
Warrlrno.... May 8
Mloera . June 9
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
On y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
i5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E.L. LOMAX.G.P. & I.A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From nd After January 1, 1849.
STATIONS. Dally Dillr
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AM. AJI. P.M. P.M.
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V. C. Smith, den'l rss. fc Ticket
Q. P. TnwmnN. RaperlntAnditnt.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4, LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Annis Mootagae Turner,
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114.
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' jitar, Mnndolln, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Ordera to be left cure of Wall, NichoK
OQ ' V'NutroniMuidoOo.'i 12
PAYS HIS COMPLIMENTS
TO THE "BEST CITIZENS"
Address on Retiring from Office Filled
With Good Advice and Correct
' Lansing, Mich., Jan. .1. Doth Hoiism
ot the Michigan Legislature assembled
In Joint session today to hear the ex
Inaugural message of Former Governor
Plngree and the Inaugural message ot
Mr. Plngree prefaced Ills message
with some extemporaneous remarks,
In which lie ntacked the courts, legisla
ture and press. He nlso urged the
Legislature to aproprlato surllcloiit
money to amply pay the expenses of
the Governor, saying It had not cost
him $150,000 during his four years'
term. The reading of his message,
which consisted of 90 printed pages,
took almost four hours.
After mentioning the failure of the
Senate to pass the railroad taxation
bill, tho former Qovcrnor said:
"If the people wish this great prob
lem to be satisfactorily Bettlcd they
must center their efforts on the elec
tion of a Senntc which shall be less
subject to tho seductive arguments ot
the railroads and other wealthy and
powerful Interests nnd more responsive1
to the wishes of the people."
The message urged the Legislature to
nMopt n resolution requesting Congress
to call a convention for the purpose
of proposing an amendment to the con
stitution toproh1o for the election of
United States Senators by popular
vote. The message says:
"Tho rases of Hanna In Ohio, Carter
In Montana, and our own discoursing
and disgraceful experiences furnish tho
most powerful and convincing argu
ment In behalf ot popular elections.
It Is n matter of common knowledge
that tho omco Is sought by wealthy
men, not so much for tho alleged hon
or, as the opportunity which It offers
for financial profit nnd commercial
advantage, not only through stock
speculation, but In other nnd less
legitimate ways. Instead of being the
bulwark of our government, as tho
tranters of tho constitution Intended
It, the Senate Is now looked upon with
fear and distrust by the people of the
Municipal ownership of public utili
ties was advocated.
Discussing the pardons and paroles
which have been granted to prisoners
during his former term In office, the
former Governor said: "The people
of the state would bo astonished If they
could know how loose, and careless and
almost criminal have been the meth
ods of courts and prosecutors In prose
cuting criminal cases. It has become
a trite saying in our State among those
familiar with the circumstances, that
our public prosecutors should be nam
ed 'public persecutors.' They seem
to linvo lost sight of the fact that they
tako an oath of nfllco to protect tho
innocent from punishment as much as
to bring tho criminal to Justice nnd to
protect' tho people of tho State.'
Mr. Plngree said In conclusion: "My
experience during my political life,
extending over a period of twelve
years, has convinced me that In order
to securo the full commendation ot
those who consider themselves the
'better classes,' the Governor nnd other
high officials must do nothing to an
tagonize the great corporations and the
wealthy people. I am satisfied that I
could have had the praise and support
of our 'best citizens' and our 'best so
ciety' and ot the press of the State
generally, If I had upheld those who
havo for years attempted to control
legislation In their own Interests, to
tho end that they might be relieved
from sharing equally with tho poor
and lowly the burden of taxation. I
would havo been pronounced n good
fellow and great statesman.
"Tho memory of the treatment of
General Alger by tho press of tho coun
try and his removal from the Cabinet
is fresh In tho minds of all. I was in
formed by General Alger that one of
tho main reasons of tho opposition to
him was because, ho had Ignored the
claims of tho great steamboat corpora
tions with representatives In Now York
City. Tho bids which tho general re
ceived from Spain for transporting 50,
000 Spaniards wcro less than half those
offered by tho Now York syndicate and
the contracts were therefore awarded
to tho Spanish vessels. The press di
rected Its venomous attacks nt mo be
cause I defended General Alger.
"Every largo Interest that I have an
tagonized during my fight for equal
taxation has been arrayed ngalnst mo
nnd the allies pt thoso Interests, tho
newspapers of the state, !inu lost no
opportunity to attempt to draw tho
m I ii(!,i of tho people from tho real Issue
by making prrsonnl attacks on mo and
publishing malicious and wilful libels,
nnd to bellttln my cffortH and bring
mo Into disrepute. In order that the
present system of unJiiBt. Inequltnblo
and Iniquitous laws might still remain
In force, to tho detriment of the great
masses of tho laboring classes and far
mers and thoso of small properties
who nro unnblo to speak and act for
"I mako tho prediction thnt, unless
those In charge nnd In whose hands
legislation Is reposed change tho pres
ent system of Inequality, In less than
a quarter of a century there will bo a
bloody revolution In thU great coun
try of ours." I,
-frijitwawr -'frirwiF .& ji. .. :..x.-jxv A u . 1-1-rtifflini timra
At tho conclusion of Mr, Plngrec's
message, Governor Illlss' message was
Oovernor Illlss urged economy In all
nppropi lotions and suggested a short
session. On the subject of taxation, he
"llcllevlng that tho people desire that
all property now paying specific taxes
shall be assessed In like manner with
other property, I recommend that the
Legislature provide the necessary ma
chinery for the assessment nnd collec
tion of taxes on this property upon an
ad valorem basis. There should be no
hasty consideration of this question,
however, for the Interest of hundreds
of millions of property Is no slight
Governor Ullss advised "The most
stringent legislation possible," against
the sale of cigarettes.
T- rpii VTTW
y News of Shipping
Along Water Front
Tho American schooner Columbia Is
nt Tacoma loading coal for this port.
Tho 11. M. S. Aornngl left Sydnc;1
for Vancouver via Honolulu on Jan
The ship Klorcnco Is discharging her
enrgo for, the O. It. & L. Co. nt the
Tho schooner Stanley cleared from
San KranclBco for Knhulul on Jnnu.uy
1st with n general cargo.
On December 2."i the Garden City
spoke the schooner Compeer In Int.
45N Ion. 126W. bound from Port Lud
low to Kahulul.
Among tho latest freights and chur
tes from San Francisco to Honolulu Is
the American ship Geo. Curtis wllh
passengers nnd merchandise.
The steamer City of Peking of the
Pacific Mall line was scheduled to leave
San Francisco on January 8 at 11 a.
in. fur Hongkong via Honolulu and Yo
kohama. The steamer Albion of the Klmbill
lino of cold storage steamers arrived In
San Francisco on January 2d 1216 days
from Honolulu. She Is'ln command ot
Captain Krlckson and will commence
loading for this port.
The Hongkong Maru of the T. K. K.
lino arrived off the harbor about 5
o'clock last evening and docked at the
Pacific Mail wharf at about 6 o'clock on
her way from the Orient. She left for
the Coast at noon today.
There aro many queer ,nnmes given
to sailing craft of various kinds but
no doubt tho owners of the vessels
could advanco good nnd sufficient rea
sons for so naming them. One Instanco
Is tho sloop Never Touched, which was
built at Seattle In 1892 for C. Snyder,
her home port being at tho place where
she was launched.
The crew of the barkentlne AlU
lying at Navy wharf No. 2 walked out
In n body Wednesday. It Is undei
stood thnt the men have no complaint
to mako regarding their trcntment by
tho captain, but claim thnt tho ship Is
too heavy for the number of men com
prising the crow. Stevedores were en
gaged to clear the vessel of her coal
which Is consigned to the government.
Tho new battleship Wisconsin was
formally turned over to tho Govern
ment at San Francisco on January 2
at theUnlon Iron Wbrks. San Fran
cisco, and went under tho Stnrs nnd
Stripes. Slnco tho vessel's trial trip
some weeks ago the Wisconsin baa
been undergoing much, minor work.
and, while not entirely completed, Is
practically finished. Tho battleship
Is not expected to bo placed in com
mission for somo time.
The Pacific Mall Steamship Company
will shortly havo their two new and
elegant steamers, the Korea and Siber
ia In operation. They aro twin screw
steamers of 12,000 tons cargo capacity
and with a speed of 18 knots an hour.
The ships of the Pacific Mall Steamshl,)
Company comprises the Korea, Siberia
and Algoa of 12,000 tons each; the Chi
na, City of Peking and Aztec ot C.000
tons each, and the Rio do Janeiro, Pern,
Para,. Sydney, Newport, Colon, Acnpul-
co, San Jose, San Juan, San Dlas, Co'l-
ta Illca. D.iracoata nnd City of IV,
nama aggregating a capacity of nearly
9.000 tons. Thet trans-Pnclflc fleet
consists ot three steamers, tho China,
City of Peking and Rio da Janeiro.
The U. S. animal transport which left
her on January 4th for Manila had on
board several men who while occupy
ing positions as boss packers wcro on
their way to the Phlllpplncsostcnslbl
for tho purpose ot engaging In tho busi
ness of practical mining. They havo
only recently returned from Cuba, com
ing out to New York on tho transport
Sedgwick. Their names aro William
Mulr, J. II. Drain, D. D. Androws and
M, Page. They havo been In Mntan
zas for two years packing for tho gov
ernment nnd havo had ample time to
study up the mining conditions nnd feel
rmIIbIIccI mat it can uo mnuo a profi
table Industry. They left New York
for Senttlo over the Northern Pacific
whero they took passngc on tho Kin-
tuck. About fifteen lnflcs from Trini
dad there aro several who nro engnged
In mining, among whom nro two min
ers by tho namo of McCiosky and
Thorndyko who aro operating an nras
tra on a prophry formation which car
ries gold In n free state. It Is state 1
that they nro doing well which was tho
Incentive for the nbovo quartet return
ing to Undo Sam's now possessions to
wrest tho precious mctnl from mother
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
la on each box, 25 cents.
Providence, It. I., Jan. 2. The1 Even
Ing Telegram today printed Illustrated
plans ot the new Herrcshoff cup de
fender and says In regard to them
thnt tho length nnd beam of tho new
boat will bo greater than Columbia's
or tho Defender's, while the draught
will bo Icbs, tho form easier, tho pow
er largely Increased and tho speed
estimated fully eight minutes better
over a thirty-mile course as compared
with the Columbia.
Experimentally with the broader
beam In the seventy-footers last June
Designer Herreshoff found that It prov
ed eminently satisfactory; In fact they
covered the cup cotirso In less time
thnn the Columbia or Shamrock In any
of their trials.
This convinced Captain Nat thnt the
day of the wide beam yacht had not
gone forever, and In tho new defender,
which sticking to tho fixed center-board
type, he Is placing even more reliance
upon tho beam and relocation of the
bulb fin than upon nny other fenturo of
tho yacht's original lines.
Tho keel Is not so deep by half a
foot, nnd not so thick as the Columbia's
at the widest part. Just abaft the fore
foot. With n diameter of about thirty
four Inches nt tho shoulder It sweeps
back In easy lines to whero the stern
post will be fixed to a width of six In
ches. Its greatest diameter should be
lower than the Columbia's and placed
fully two feet forward of tho point
whero tho Columbia's keel shows the
greatest weight. The change Is sup
posed to give even more sail carrying
power than quickness In stays, which
Is its principal object. From the top
of the keel forward tho bronze stem
will ripe generally outward to n bob
stay nnd then turn upward at n sharper
nngle than the Columbia's bow shows.
TO 6AIL THE DEI-HNDER.
Iloston, Jan. 1. Although tho ques
tion ot .1 sailing master of the Law
son boat was practically settled by
Uiwson's statement on Saturday night,
earnest endeavor Is being made to ob
tain tho services of Captain Nat Wat
son, who was prominently mentioned
for tho chief position when the yacht
was llrst projected.
At the request of Lnwson, Captain
Watson came from l!ccrly today, and
had 8ecral conferences with Lawson,
Designer Crownlnslilelil and one or two
members of the so-rnllcd advisory
board. Crowmnshleld told Captain
Watson that both he and Lawson were
very desirous of having his (Wntson's)
services, at least In an advisory way,
on the new boat.
Captain Watson, In reply, expressed
nn earnest dcslro to assist In tho man
agement ot tho new yacht, but he
pointed out thnt ho was under another
engagement. Tonight it Is asserted
that $20,000 has been subscribed for
the center-board boat which Hnnley of
Qulncy wants to build. A number of
owners of crnck twenty-flvo footers to
gether promised $10,000. and anoth"
gentleman, whose name Is withheld,
pledged $10,000. James McCormack of
Ilrokliuo offers $10,000.
FROM CAPTAIN MBRISY.
Arthur L. Merry of tho Navnl Sta
tion Is In receipt of some correspon
dence by the Hongkong Maru from the
Orient from his uncle Captain John I',
Merry, U, S. N. and president of the
Harbor Doard of Survey at Guam. Cap
tain Merry who arrived at Guam tho
steamer Solace on November 27 writes
of the terrible experiences ot thoso on
board of tho Yosetnlte during tho ter
rible typhoon that raged at Guam, nnd
nt whlchrplace a great deal of damage
has resulted. Captain Merry states th
hla letter., that nil the buildings nt
Guam were' unroofed Including tho pal
ace and the cathedral, and that tho en
tiro crop of bananas and cocoanuts
were almost entirely ruined, and that
It will take flvo years before even an
average crop of these Island products
can bo obtained. Owing to the prev
alence of this storm the work of tho
nonrd of Survey has been very much
handicapped nnd Captain Merry docs
not expect- to bo nble to return to Ho
nolulu for at least six months.
Frye Ih Renominated.
Augusta, Me., Jan. 2. United Statra
Senator Fryo was unanimously nomi
nated by tho Joint Republican caucm,
held this evening.
Every Day Affords New Proofs of tho
peculiar effects of PAIN-KILLER. In
cases whero a disordered condition ot
tho stomach, liver and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, Us
effects nro most beneficial nnd wonder
ful. It should be kept by every family.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
Pajn-Klller, Perry Davis. Price 25c aud
IN THE CHIC IT COURT, FIRST CR UIT.
Territory of lliwtli At chamber, in piobtc. In
tht ratter nf ttio eni of Wlllatt Konu, late of
Honolulu dcctMd, I'ctutcn having been f leJ by
Kolfki wife o fU IrVtvtatr, pr-j Irm that tvtr of
aimlnlktriilon upon tali titatt tt ltuil to Ko eka.
Notice If hereby plven irut Fdiay, thtntdaynf
Ftbruarv, A O.,'o i, at to o'clock a m , In tht Ju4l
clarv UuOJIny, Honolulu, It a j pointed the tlmt an4
for hearing aalJ pet lion, hen nj where all penont
concerned may appear ana )iow came, If any they
have, why laid petition t houIJ nM bj cranteJ.
Honolulu, December Cth, iora
By ih4 Court,
!7-Dec 18, 4,i!,i3 Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice It hereby e en to all creditor hat Ine claim
agel'tttrueitateot J J Stewart, J'Ceaied tipre
sent the tame dJly agthentlcated and with proper
voucher, at th offic of the almtnlttrator, H fc,
Th)tnpon, in the,Ma2oon billdlnir, II noiulu.Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, within aU it) months from the
date hereof, or thev will be tortttr barred
FRANK E THOMPSON,
Administrator bt the eiiate of J, J Stewart, deceited.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this ind day of January,
1901, 1117-Jan t,M,T,Q,n,u, 6,i8,f i,t,a).i9
FRANK J. DILLON Is no longer In
our employ, and we will not be responsible
for any debts or contracts made by him.
THE WASHINGTON MERCANTILE.
CO.. LTD. I7n-'w-
Notice Is hereby Riven that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono-"
lulu, has moved It's office to the Magoon
Building, room it, All persor.s owing ac
counts to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. 1714-lm
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer
of the latter mill company.
1 716 tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
The firm of CAMPBELL & MINTON
having dissolved by mutual consent, notice
Is hereby given that all outstanding debts,
as also all ac.ounts due the above firm, are
now assumed by W. M. Campbell, oper
ating and continuing the business under
his own name.
W. M. CAMPBELL,
V. M. MINTON.
January t, 1001. t73o-tw
Stockholders are hereby notified that tht
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per sriare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the offict of the undersigned,
ni Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Vctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Mernlulu. June 1. tooo. l;o
Election of Officers
The following officer of the INTER
ISLAND TELEGRAPH CO. LTD., were
electe I to serve for the ensuing year at the
annual meeting held Janua'vn, lost,
Presldint W.R. Carte
Vice-President Fred J.Cross
Secretary.. Wallace R. Farrlngton
Treasurer Jas. F. Morgan
Auditor E. O. White
Directors: R. S. Slillman. C.L.Wight,
O. G. Traphagen. J. A. Magoon.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, toot. I73tt
All privilege holders of lots at the
Catholic Cemetery on King street ate re
quested to pay a contribution of five (J5.00)
dollars at the office of the Catholic Mis
sion during this month of JANUARY,
toot. Anyone falling to pay the amount
shall loose all rights and privileges. The
Catholic Mission will take care of all
graves. By order,
Election of Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
See Yup Benevolent Society, helJ the J
day of December, 1900, the following per
sons were elected as officers of the Society,
to serve for the ensuing year:
President. LEE DOT SON.
Vice Present, CHEW GEM.
Secretary. Y. M. WEE.
Chinese Sec'y. MAN ClION SANG.
Treasurer, LEE LICK.
AuJitor, fCEE KAN. 1729-1 v
Election jo Officers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK-
holders of the Pacific Mill Co., Ltd., held
this day, the following officers were elect
ed for the ersulng year:
President, EMMETr MAY.
Vice President, R.C. GEAR.
Treasurer, W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Secretary, W. P. BARRY.
Auditors, L. M. McKEAGUE and J.
A. BYRNE. 1
The above officers constitute the Beard
January 1, tool. 1729-iw
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
HAWAII SHIMPO 8HA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
Oi only dilly Jpan.i paper publlahtd
In tti r.nltoryot lliw.ll .... .
Y. SOG A, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
ter Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 007.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUBMSHED Ol All USDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllrds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of W00J Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KGWALO,
Tel. White mi P. 6. Box 55s.
REAL, ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Subscribers ore furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving nn ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgage,
leases, -releases, powers ot attornr
etc., he, which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 P,
A. V. GEAR,
liivM TlulldlnK. Hnnnlnlw
Art Embroidery Taught.
lessons in ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. 11. II. Williams at th
City Furniture Store, Fort tree,
rirst Class stamping dont.
MBS. H. II. WILT JAMB,
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