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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
VotrX. No. 1817.
HONOLULU, TKRRITOllY OP HAWAII, WKDNKSDAY. APRIL 17. 1001.
FitiOH 5 Oknts.
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Ka to Ka 4 i Pa M r R r.a n
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Hoogs Pays His Respects
to Opposition to Elec
FIRE CLAIMS SCHEME
PASSES THIRD READING
Attorney General Gives House His
' Views on Lottery Governor s
Veto Will Stand
The House handled n long program
(hi mrirnlnc- The f.nvernor's messacm
vetulng the dog tax bill proved to be
a thorn In the flesh.
Considerable discussion was brought
forth pro and con in an endeavor to
pass the hill over the Governor's veto.
The vote was Anally taken, resulting In'
a score of 19 ayes and 8 noes. As It
took 20 votes to pass the bill over ths
Governor's veto, tho motion was lost.
Attorney General Dole, in a letter to
the House gave his opinion In regard
to the word "lottery." The Attorney
General says: "A lottery is any scheme
for the disposal or distribution of prop
erty by chanco among persons who
hnve paid or promised to pay any val-l'rt
uahle consideration for the chance of
obtaining such property or a portion of
It. or for any share or any Interest In
such property upon any agreement, un
derstanding or expectation that it Is to
be distributed or disposed of by lot or
"Thlsj definition, taken from the sta
tutes of California, Is, to all Intents
and purposes, tho common law defini
tion. Vhe provision In the Organic
Act. referred to includes all gambling
schemes, whatever they may be called,
whether church fish ponds or the Luolsl
ana lottery, which are essentially baa
ed on pavments ot money or on other
valuable conslderVJons, lor the chance
of prizes by distribution.1' All -enterprises
of this character are lotteries.
Forms of gambling which do not have.
theso chaiacterlstlcs, are not lotteries.'
The message was tabled.
The letters between Andrews, Ly
man. Overend and Drown wcro receiv
ed, relative to tho Judge Manao mat
ter The letters wero tabled to bo con
House bill 03. relative to the pay
ment of fire claims, came ij for thlnl
reading, and was passed.
House bill "2. changing the taxable
value of property from $300 to $1000,
came up for third reading. The vote
proved to be a landslide for the sup
pollers of the bill. A es 28. noes 2.
House bill 74, rclntlvo to tho audit
ing of public accounts nnd disburse-
rnents of public moneys' came up for
third reading. Knnlho made a valiant
uttempt to kill the bill, but the House i
decided against him. The final vote
was' aes 23. noes 7.
House bill 23. providing a tax on In
comes, was read section by section for
the second timo. The bill provides for
a tax of 2 per cent on all Incomes ex
ceeding $1000. Tho bill was at last re
ferred to a special committee. Tha
members of tho Judiciary and Taxation ,
Committees flatfootedly refused to
serve on tho commmlttee. Makekau,
Dickey and Makalnnl were appointed.
House bill 7. relative to tho placing
of electric wires carao up for second
reading. Tho commltteo report slight-,
ly amending the bill wns read. Tho ro
port advised that tho bill pass. An at
tempt was mado to postpone the '
by Emmeluth. but Hoogs stated that
the bill was not a bill for tho Hawaiian
Electric Company, as was shown by
his "great and good friend McCand-
loss" " opposition to tho measure. That
l,,i h,.nl,l , onnnirh tn run the hill
through This remark wns greeted
with (pplause. The commltteo report
The House then took a recess until
2 o'( lock " " J
Buyers are beginning to
realUe mure and more that
' Is to he unquetloiiably
The UcHt Suluii'b
fno.ooQ wotlll of thrte choke
home illet lnv brrn linugnt
luce the niKilim site nf March
IjrJ. Vim will liave a heller
tclrcllnn for yourself If you let
ut liow yuii t lie ground lhl
Of CfiHtlC fir l-liMHtllilC
ME If MB
In the Federal Court this morn
ing the Oram! Jury was called In and
J, W. I'odmore, whoso citizenship was
Questioned In a plea In nbattment Died
and argued Yesterday bv Attorney An
drews, was excused from further duty
as a Juror. When excused, Mr. Pod
nioro said to the Court, he wished to
know what means he should pursue, to
remove all question ot his citizenship.
The Court replied that he could settle
all doubts right now If he had two wit
nesses. Mr. Podmore glanced nt tbo
Jury borand.two-lhlrrts.of tmom
hers arose to testify to his quallflcn
tlonB for tho honors sought. Foreman
V. C. Wcedon and Juror Jones stood
sponsor and the Court directed Clerk
Mating to administer the oath of na
When the Jury filed In Judge Hslec
spoke to the foreman, saying:
"While tho Court has held nnd still
belloves that J W. Podmore. n nvn
her of the Grand Jury. Is a citizen of
the United States, yet In the public
Interest. In view of the new testimony
brought to light yesterday the Court
must excuse nlm. Tlie worn or .Mr.
Podmore as a Juryman has been high
ly satisfactory to tho Court and credi
table to himself and It Is with regret
that tho Court takes this aflon. How
ever, since tho new testimony has
thrown doubt upon his citizenship. It
Is the part of wisdom that he cease
acting ns a Juror."
Judge Kstec then took occasion to
remark that people who live here, get
rich here, support the schools and pay
taxes to run the government, should
go one step farther and become citizens
In tho broadest sense. When the oath
had been administered, the Court stat-
that Podmore must still stand ex-
Toreman Weedon then nrose and In
behnlf of the Grand Ju-y expressed re
gret that that body had to bo deprived
of .tho able assistance of the retiring
member. The Jury then retired nnd
Court wbb adjourned to 10 o'clock to
Wm. White, Senator Irom Maul and
more particularly from Labalnu, tlcv
town of the raging surf, is out in open
conflict against tho proposition of Del
egate Wilcox to fuse the Hepubllnui
and Home Itule parties, ills attitude
wus openly ngalnst Mr. Wilcox's sug
gestions hist night and his mind has
changed not one whit today.. Stun by
ii Ilullctln reporter this morning, Mr,
"I may look calm and possessed and
I am but 1 mean to light. 1 tell you, for
the principles which we the natives uf
these Islands have espoused from the
very beginning of this political light
under the Stars and Stripes of the
You nsk mo If I am out against tho
Delegato wo havo elected to go to
Washington and I answer you that I
am out against any one who says. 'Let
us fuse' with the Republican party'
No sir; you know that I have stood
by tho principles of Homo Rule from
the beginning because I know It Is the
only method by which the natives ot
theso Islands can bo kept together, to
vote for what tbey havo been deprived
of so long. Fusion means tho splitting
up of the party and tho affiliation of a
part with tho Democratic party If
there are, no champions to stand by tho
cause. I, for one, will stand hy It to
the bitter end nnd I flatter myself that
I havo Influence in tho outer or country
districts, all of which will bo hurled
"Fusion? Nover! Fight, fight, light'
Thnt Is tho watchword now. Every
thing may look serene and It might be
thought that there Is n genornl ac
ceptance of the plan of our Delegate
hut let me tell you that the heart of a
ifnwnllnn la tltn liiMit-l nf n HnU'lllLin tO
I ll.n nn,l m.l II lir.nlo fnr Itnmo lilllo
without tho word 'Ronuhllcan' tacked
,,-r.. " .i.. i.w. .h
tllVlU UIU IIIUUJ Ulliv-I Himviniii "
party who aro against this plan of fu -
slon and these, 'together with myself
will not bo asleep when tho strlfo Is at
(lly Wireless Telegraph.)
Lahulna, Maul, April 10. llm milieu
employed on tho cimsliiirtl.ins of th
Hawaiian i omincmai i nig n nuei Miimi i ), nt mini romniiinliated
Wulliiku huvii quit work and rtfusol w,h , Wlih HIiorlrT. and I he. Police.
tn coiitlinto iinill proper terms at" I Department will render ull aid In Its
rum In with thi'in. ..... power. A diligent sear h Is already In
Till! CBIISII Of tlXt trouble. IS eJISStlS I ,,.. ... rn u,,.tlier Hill In-
fniHiiu wllh HuurlniMidoiit Wnldeyer,
and It Is also stilled lie men aru 104.
lug money em tlio rnnlrntl Hvei hun.
died and sluly feet nf the. tumid hits
men iiiiiiiiiu ?imi ' .
inpicled tonight In ulleiiipl siiiiii. tort
1 1 j.tii tit iiiiiiiii tturl
of ii icinciit wih lb" miners
TIIU WATISJIMAN IIIHAI. KHUN
TAIN I'l.N, All sites, all simp, II
v FOR THIS SESSION
After having stood the buffctlngs of the Island of Maul, on the third Wed
an uncertain storm of weeHs, uf.IIus- riesdny of April, and nt iJihalna on the
scPs pet bill, tho Dispensary Act', fram- a ot Maul on ,hc ,hlr1 ot Govern
ed after nfaVT 'nighty MxhTui ',, wmrl wn PCOn,lci, ,,r Mr, c
thought In the shadow of the lehua Rrown, Mr. llaldwln objected to tho re
trees of old Olua nnd by the side of port nnd said that Lnhalna should not
lava streams long since cold, lies peace- hao tho Circuit Court Then Mr.
fully sleeping "on the tabic," with the white rpoko for nearly a half hour on
clerk of the Scnato keeping vigil. No the beauties of Lahalnn. her advantages
more will it rise again at this session 0er the other towns of Maul (Walluku
of the Legislature. So salth tho spirit particularly) nnd finished by warning
that stalkcth abroad In the legislative Mr llaldwln that the accusing linger of
Halls. And the roaring surf or l.analtia
beat against the firm rocks of suppuit
and verily the surf, having round a
weak support, didst undermine this
bill and flatten it out on a tablet of
marble as didst tho sages of old flatten
their wax upon which to Inscribe their
most puzzling hlcrglyphks.
Shortly after tho meeting of tho Sen-1
ate this forenoon, the clerk read a
communication from the Hout-e to the
effect that House bill 30 had passed its
most puzzling hieroglyphics.
Mr. Kanuha reported for the Com-j
tnltteeon F.durntlon recommending the'
passage ot Senate hill 8, "All Act to i
amend section C of chapter "!. of tho
Penal Code, relative to the Census."
Mr. Kalauokalanl reported for tha
Committee on Municipal nnd County
laws recommending thnt Senntc bills'
CO and Gl. relating to the provision cf a
municipal form of government for the
city of Honolulu, bo laid on the table to
be taken up for consideration with tho
County bill. Report adopted.
Mr. White presented n minority re
port of the Judiciary Committee on
Senate bill 55, "An Act to amend sec
tions 31 and 33 of an Act entitled 'An
Act to reorganlro tbo Judiciary De
partment npproved tho 25th day of
November, 1892, being Cbapted LVH of
the Session Laws of 1892,' Introduced
by the Honorable Senator J. T.
Drown ot the lslandlof Hawaii; and
bill No. 70. relating to the same sub
ject matter ns Introduced by the Hon
orable Senator Dr,
Russel on April
3d." c .1
Tn minority of the committee In
concluding Its very lengthy report.
Vour commltteo do not rememtier all
nil of cooling any petition from tho poo i
pie of I'ast Maul to the Senato asking penwry mil on ine mine, wincn re
for tho chnngo as proposed In tho bill j suited In the killing of tho measure
Your commltteo thinks that It Is far, by the very narrow margin of 8 to 7
better not to disturb the present "seat Following wns tho result!
nf Justice" on the Island of Maul, and! Avon Messrs Achl. Ilaldwln. C
consequently does not recommend tho Ilrown. J. Ilrown. Carter. Crahbo.
passage of this amendment. Knliie nnd While 8
Tho third, fourth nnd fifth amend-1 Noes-Messrs Kuhlllna. Knlauokn
ments of section 1 of tho bill nnd also lanl. Kanuha. Kaohl. Nakapaahu, Pa
sectlnn 2 amending sections 33 of chap-1 rls nnd Russel 7.
ter LVH of the Session I-aws of 1892.1 This was too much for one morning
your committee recommends to pass, and the Senators Bllently stole nway
with tho following amendment to para- after It having been announced that
graph .lot section I. to read as follows-'the Senate would take n recess until
"In tho second circuit nt Walluku on i 2 o'clock
18 LOST AT SEA
Tho n.- Klen mnrieil nut at 11 o'clock
.this morning to scurch fur Willie For-
rest who Is supposed to bo drifting
around on the ocean in a small boat.
Tho lad wns last seen last evening at
tho quarantine wharf. Ho had shipped
.!, nimnn.t n rnbln bov. The lad
Is fifteen nnd not very strong, so It Is
supposed that In tho dusk of evening
ho lust contiol of tho small boat and
the wind carried him to sen.
... . I- .i. ..,.
HIS llUllll H Cl.l-m ... c.. ...V..-
1 mellt employ WUS linxloiisly ((Milling
for his son this morning and on his
riirsi.ntnttfiiiti Atinruev licncrni 1JOIO
,i,iroo.i United states Attorney llalrd
-.-.. - -- - .
iin an endeavor to get the Iroquo.s out
Hon. John C. llalrd. United States DIs-
trlct Attorney for tbo Territory of
Dear Sir -I havo Just received your
favor In which you say tho "bearer's
sou has drifted out to sea In an open
boat, and tho father has applied to m
for relief. I understand that ho Is a
citizen of tho Territory, and as tho
national olllcers can offer nu relief, I
liavu leferred him to you."
Upon receipt of your letter I lm- Arthur Sowall left the harbor jester
mediately saw Iho Superintendent of fay afternoon at high water In tow of
Public Works, and ho has placed the tho tug Tearless ami was anchored off
Territorial tug at tlm nervleo of Mr,
Th,,,,,.,,, Foster In hl seurch for his
fl,rlimi,m , t poMlb'y liunrreit, and
' , ,Jliy , M)(.,,( i n, ,il In
,.,, , drilled nut of Iho Imrbur. n hll
f)t,t.r iUhvcs last night wlllmiit sail
"nr ,mr llm nnivall uu uilids huvii lirnli.
i ' ...." ....'. .... . .
uhlv ulrenily 1'iirrloii iiim so fur uiai ns
iiiiiuot hii iiveilukeii by llm Terrltnilnl
lug, and In that ease, Hie only i bancs
of wiving his life seems In lm thrinmu
s ship whhli mil iiinkst a smimwluil is
lendiil urultti Tli" Territory has no
his father's ghost might soon be point
ed at him saving i'My son, thou hnsti
forsaken thy old homo" j
The minority report was finally!
adopted without waiting for the ic-
port uf the majority For years, Mr.
Whlto has fought against this thing
and for years, as at today's session, he
has "won out."
Thlnl rending of the bill has been
set for Saturday,
Mr. Paris reported for tho Public
Lands Committee recommending the
laying on the table of Resolution 41.
asking for $50,000 for n boulcvnrd"Tri"
Honolulu and Resolution 4S asking for
the same amount for a boulevard In
Ulln. Ilcport laid on the table to be
considered with the appropriation bill.
Mr. Nnkapaahu Introduced "An Art
to provide for n third circuit Judge for
the First Judicial Circuit of this Ter
ritory." The fcirmnllty of having fit
bill printed wns waived. It insed first
reading and was set for second reading
This work having been completed,
the Dispensary bill was taken up whero
It wus left yesterday afternoon After
a few unpleasant yomnrks-'-sotto voce
back nnd forth, tho chair declared
that Mr. Kanuhn's motion of the pre
vlous day to lay the resolution of Mr.
C. Ilrown tin the table for th cnext two
years, wus out of order and that this
resolution was the only matter before
the Senate. Mr. Kanuha Immediately
appealed from tho ruling of the chair
h'ut th ruling was sustained by a vote
of 10 to 2.
Mr. Russel aj once moveu to layine
resolution on the table but this . "was
lost by a vote of ! to B. Kverybody
stopped breathing a minute and the
ayes and nock were called on tho roso-
lutlon of Mr C Ilrown to lay the DIs
inch vessel and, under the circum
stances, I feel Justified In appoailng t
you na tho legal representative) of tha
Federal Government, to see If tho na.
val authorities have not power to Inks
ucn mensures at onco ns may do ne-
ccssary lo save this young man's life,
I will meet you nnd them ut nny tlm
anil piaco mat win sun cneir c-uuveai
Very sincerely yours.
K. P. DOLE,
Honolulu, April 17, 1901.
The Klcu will return this evening,
and If tint successful nnd tho missing
u. ',- J "
'" 'MjmrroW- , ,
WIHIo Forrest Is well known nmong
tho newspaper boys of tho town and
' I"11'" I'1''01-0 J"'1 Wilcox on sov
c' occasions hb an unruly lad who
"I1 ""t l" controlled by his parents.
Plve TlieiUHnncI Tonn Heiijiir.
With 5,550 tons of sugar for New
I York tho magnificent American ship
Walkllil thcro tn await finishing of
Tho Bnwnll will sail during the day
.r UiiK voyuge around the Horn
u, Captain (lafTrey expects to maki.
the run under 0 days As slm was
Inuih,,, mil ,,r llm Imrlu.r iti.rilliv.
she was udinlrid b ull hut theie worn
sovnul among tlm sklppirs present nl
In r departure. wi. shook their iiwdn
and stilil they werei glud Ihej wero notla business Hip tn tlm Hinles lei .on-
uoIiib wlib heir.
I hiy ilulin sin s Ino deeply liniiii in
piai.e the inn litis Hum eif imr nnd
ibul if lie dues mrlvr ut tier destlmi
on her iiim will have hud their feel
we I imuul limes hefiqa liny sight
tjaiuly Hook HkIiKIiIu,
The thousand pcorlo in quarantine
u the transport Kllpatrlrl. nuchircd
ciT the harbor, haxe no. the best nf
f'dlrf, for Honolulu and hr people
I ii ) think they are b"!n discrln.ln.it-
I I r., tinst, and each tn, tli.it Inn ci ii.tr
nntlne physician mnkc to the easel,
he Is told the troubles of tho Imprison
ed voyagers nnd hears the many tales
of woo there are to he he.ird.
It seems that on tho l.rraklng out of
the smallpox, when a couple of days
away from San Francisco, the physi
cians aboard the Kllpatrlck advised
the commanding olllrcr to turn back
nnd report the condition of affairs
nbonrd. This ndvhe was not taken
ami now. the whole ship's company Is
locked up in sight of land, and liable
to stay where they are for ninny da
One reverend gentleman aboard the
Vessel Is espeelall) rabid against Ho
nolulu and her Hoard of Health, and
the Federal quarantine authorities Ho
oxprcKSed himself of the opinion, that
were he tho commander of the troops!
nbonrd the ship, he would land them. If
need be. by forte of nrms. but they
should not stay iiiopul uu In the ship
Ui claims that, from u humanltnrlan
standpoint, tho action of Honolulu In
barring thine aboard the ship from
coming nshore Is w liked not to say
Taking Into ronslderatlon the refu
sal of the cabin passengers r cone
ashore and stand. quarantine on tho Isl
and, nnd the fnrt that the agents of tho
schooner Mary I. Foster want $250 a
day rental for the vessel for the use
of the passengers. It Is very probable
that they will stay where they nre un
til quarantine Is ended
When tho new buildings on Quar
antine Island nro finished there neoi
nut be the slightest Inconvenience otb
cr than tho delay to people who may
have to stu) on the Island In quaran
In v levy of the fact that the authorl -
ties think tho charter price asked for
the Foster Is exorbitant and entirely
without reason, It Is not probable thnt
she will be taken so, fret and fumo ns
they may. the Kllpatrlrkltes aro not
any nearer coming nsnore than they
were when they were first boarded by
Mr. Kalauokalanl. that calm self
possessed leader of tho Homo Rule
party, now by the vote of tho majority
of tlio Homo Rule delegates. nceeptH
the advice of Delegate Wilcox, has
to It of t obmnjorlty of the representa
tives of tho people, the "Independent
Hume Rule Republican Party." has
bowed before the voice of the peoplo
and has obeyed their call Whether
he foots In s)inpathy with the action
or not. Is ntinther question which must
be decided by the following remarks
which ho made to a Ilullctln reporter
"You nsk me If 1 am In favor nf fu
sion. You know how I have stood firm
as one of the supporting pillars of the
Homo Itula faith from tho beginning
nnd I feel sure thnt you ran Judgo
from this what my sentiments are.
"However, the voice of tho people
from llnwall to Kauai, as expressed
through the dukgutoK In session here'
yesterday and the ndvlco of our Dole-
gate, Robert Wilcox, seems to clamor
for fusion with the Republican party
nf tho llnltcd States.
"Yes. I mean tho great Republican
party of the United States for that I
consider to bo the true Republican par
ty as opposed to tho branch missionary
Republican party nf the Territory of
the United States. So tar ns I am con
corned, we fuse with the iprmer nnd
by no means with tho latter. Wo have
fought against tho Republican pnrty
of tho Territory and It seems to bo an
abiding truth with me that wo still
"Our Deelgntii and the peojilo seem to
think wo can gain prestige on the
Mainland by fusing wph the Repuhll
can party Perhaps wo will. I am
willing to try It for by this monns wo
mny get a great deal of good for our
own denr llnwall not,
"I nm a man of tho people nnel Jrnni
tho peoplo. It Ir not for mo to set up
myself ngalnst their dlctntlng voice."
Will Combine for
Within a couple uf months, a now
firm having ns Its principal partneis
Messrs, F, L, Wnldron, cf T, II. Davlci
& Co. mid Charles (Duller, late of N.
S. Kuehs A t'n. will start business
Tbo firm will do a t neral mercan
tile. lummUsluu and brokerage, and
art us the agents of tovral well known
and iixleiiihe iiiuiiufiie luring niiuerni
III tho Males and Ihlinpe
Soon utter his resignation as mini-,
' iiif,.p ,,r H.ii'liit it f'n Mr Clkiiller left fur i
elm In arraiiKHiueiilH for tin hninllillg nf
the nuw iikhiiIo nn'ii lie mm sir
. WuMmn are well known lur in hi
business iiiuiiiimilly ulld we lull) and
liavu Hie best wishes uf n linvi uf
fill mis Inr Hill success til (hell III w l.
Willi B HAIL)
Expects Great Good to
Result to People
WANTS HARMONY AND
PEACE TO PREVAIL
Will Return to Washington Next
Month Details of Union Will
be Left to Local
Delegate Robert W. Wilcox was In a
happj frame of mind tnls morning ns
I n result of the favorable action upon
his propositions made to the represen
tation of the Independent party nt
Foster's hall last night. "" wns very
much gratified with the vote of 3" to
7 In favor nf tho plan to Join forces
with tho Republican party." said Mr.
Will ox. "Thin action will grmtly help
me In my work at the intlonal capital,
I can now stand fur n united people In
Congrw and will not rest under tho
disadvantage of belonging to n political
party at variance with the dominant
party in the I'nlted States. The movo
was suggested hy Pulled States Sena
tors, who hnve the Interests nf Hawaii
at heart and who wished to remove all
grounds for pfetet of opposition to
good measures' onthe score of imiII
tlcs. I feel that my mission home has
bf(n ,.rottn0c, wllh ronipcte success
nnd will return to Washington In May.
The Impression that this action will
create nl Washington will be ono of
tho greatest benefit to llnwall. There
Is nothing moro to be done nt present.
save, perhaps to hold a mass meeting,
at which tho reasons for Joining thei
Republicans will bo explained In
speeches to the peoplo.
"The opposition of the seven, wlio
voted against tho proposition 1 find to
be not very pronounced. I bellevn
they will all come Into line and thnt
the people In the outlying districts will
endorse what has beon elono. I do not
proposo to make any further advances
in the matter, but will leave the details
of local adjustment to the Judgment nt
tho Independent nnd Republican lead
ers." In speaking of tho factional feeling
that had been illsplnved in tho past,
Mr Wilcox said. "There Is too much
talk of the removal of Oovernor Dolo
and similar unreasonable Bteps. (lov
ernnr Dole wns appointed by President
MeKlnley and will hold Ills nfflco fur
four enrs It Is noiiH"ns to give so
much time to the business of scalp
hunting Instead nf meaningless talk
about the removal of D.vle, work shnutd
be dono for the good of tho country.
Tho Legislature should maku a show
ing fnr the Territory There may bo
differences on many matters. It them
bo brought out Hut nt all times the
dignity nf the ofllco nf he (lovernnr nf
the Territory should bo kepi In mind
and his assistance, sought In tho settle
ment of problems.
"The Democratic party In Hawaii,
will, of course, look with dispJcasurn
upon tho union of the Republicans and
Independents under ono banner. Tho
reason for their opposition Ib thnt It
will shut them out altogether. They
will bo In n position to do the Islands
I)r Carmlchael wns tho recipient of
many lloral nrTerings before tho steam
er's departure this afternoon. Ho goes
to San Francisco for orders.
The flags on the vowels nt tho rail
road wharf wero displayed today III
honor of the departure of Superinten
dent (leorge Denulsou
THE PEOPLE OF
:l: When loolcins for ,i GOOD ft
VJ SIIOI: at a moderate price i
',! hlioulil not fall to see us. ';
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