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A immbel of diseases affect the
Irish potato In this country, and mo
hisses they occasion arc otten a so-
rlous drain on tho fanners income
The object of this bulletin Is to brief-
ly describe the most Important iIIh
eases nnd to outline methods of tteat-
inent which experience has show.i to
he successful In holding them In
Potato Leaf, or Early, Dllght.
This disease Is widespread and do-
striictlo. It Is confined to the lcnos
and green stems, and appears about
the time the tubers begin to form, but
may bo noticed earlier If the growth
oi mo pianis nas ueon cnecKcei in any
.., ...u ..r ...u...-u..u.. u, i.. ,..
ence Is the appearance on tho leaves
oi grayisn nrown spots, wnicn soon
become bird nnd brittle The dlscaso
progresses rather slowly, tho spots
gradually becoming lnrgcr especially
nlong tho edges of the lenflets. At tho
enii oi ten imys to two wecKB hair or
tho leaf surface may bo brown, with
orcd, nnd brittle, while thc rest Is of
a )cllowlsh green color Throe weeks
or a month may elapse before all the
leaves succumb Thc stems In tno
meantime remain green, hut they too
finally perish through lacic of nourish
ment. The tubers stop growing almost
as soon ns the leaves are attacked,
and as a result the crop Is practically
Karly blight mny bo held In check
b) tho application of thc fungicide
rtordoaux mixture. This Is prepared
and applied as follows Tour Into a
50 gallon barrel twent) five gallons or
clean water, then weigh out six
pounds of crushed bluestnne or copper
sulphate, and after t)lng It In n piece
of coarse sacking suspend tho package
Just beneath the surface of thc water
by menus of a string tlul to a stick
laid actoss tho top of the barrel In
nnothci sultuUle vessel, such nB n tub
or half barrel, slack four pounds of
flesh lime Slack the lime carcfiniy
by pouring on small quantities of wa
tor at a time, tho object being to ob
tdln a smooth, cream) lluuld, freo
rrom grit. When tho lime is slacked
add suflldent wntei to make twenty-
(He gallons. As soon as thc bluestono
Is dissolved, which will require an
hour or more, pour tho lime milk and
bluestono solutions together, using n
separate barrel for the purpose and
stirring constantly to effect a thor
ough mixing. It sometimes happens
that sufllcient lime Is not added, and
as a result the foliage may lie Injured.
To bo certain that the mixture is
safe, hold a steel knife blade In It for
two or three minutes, and If too pol
iBhed surface of the blade shows a copper-colored
tinge add more lime, but
If it stays bright the mixture Is safe
to use. Application of Hie mixture
should begin when the plants nro four
to six InchcB high, nnd should bo re
peatcd at Intervals of twelve to fur
teen days until five or six treatments
have been made Ily adding elgiit
ounces of Paris green to each barrel
of the Dordeaux mlxtuie n combined
rungltlde and Insecticide is obtained,
nnd this will prevent tho attacks of
the Colorado potato beetle, tbc flea
beetle, and other Insects Ilcfoio add
i VON WALDERSEE'S I
Count and Courifess von Waldersce
expect to visit the United States, start
ing In April, so the countess told a
newspaper man In lierlln.
Tho countess Is an American and
her husband gained world-wide, fame
In the recent Chinese trouble by com
mandlng thc armies ot the allied pow
ers, and Is one of tho dozen or so field
marshals In the- (ierman army.
Countess von W'nldersee Is a daugh
ter of David l.ee who was a whole
sale grocery merchant In Now Vork
city, whither In.- le moved In 1810 from
Connecticut. The Countess was
Mary Esther Lee, bis second daugh
ter, and was born In now York about
2 years ago The widow of David
I.eo marrleil a bcilllll Herman UlpiO-
mat, Ilaion vou Wacchter or Wurtcm- ..,.,. . . . . , , ,,., ,
berg, who later became that states ho has ever seen her nnd lived
envoy In Paris In tho latter city .Ma ' Aftor tho battlo of Munlla liny tho
ry Leo became un Intlmnto friend of conduct of bis Hi ut ncai'ly preclpltat
Louise, daushttr of Prlnco Frederick lHi war between tho United States and
ol Schlcswlg-Holstcln Sonderburg-Au I rjermnny
gustenhcrg, grand uncle of tho Oer i ' ' ,
man Kmptess Tho prlnco, a widow-1 At an International naviil liunmiPt
er, made suit to Atary I.eo and cs nt Hongkong tho snmn spring ho omit
poused her, when ho vvns 70 and sho ted to toast thu United States. Admlr
J7 He died six months later and tno , lefl , hanqnei ,m Rlll)
young widow then settled In Wlesbn- .. " . , . , .
den. living In magnificence on her oquently Pilnco Henry apologized In
husband's fortune) Among her ninny person to Dowe).
ndmiiers at thc Cli'rman watering Ho Is a vice admltnl In tho Ocman
placo wiib Count von Waldersce, v.ho
soon became her second husband
rend with the lato IJmpresB Krcdcr
Ick Shu and her husband sided with
Prlnco William against t..o sickly
Crown Pilnco Frederick nnd Prlnco
iliBiunrck, and when the latcr was do
posed Count Wnliluisco was olTered
the chain ellnrsh n. hut bis w to nil
vised him to decline Countess Wnl
del sec Is said to have had nioio In
lluenco with thc Knlscr than his own
mother She has constantly tried to
llitioducei the Anglo Saxon Sabbath In
Aitlst Miss Iltownlo llrown llrown,
who Is to mair) a prince, won't let us
have lic-i pliotogtaph for publication.
IMItor Sho wont, .eh? Till tho
Jorpmau to usu of those cuts labeled
,"Hef Tuklng ,f New mrk Wcekl).
lug the Pnrls green It shoiiiel bo mlxoil
wun n small qiunllty ol wn.er, ami
wtieti n tliin paste Is obtained tins
si, mini bo thorough!) Stirred lino me
barrel o Ilonlcntlx solution.
Method of Application.
Tho siicicss attending tno applies
of tho Horde mix niixiuro lie
ponds In largo measure upon tho thor-
oughni'ss with which It Is nppllcd lo
reach nit units of Iho nlnnls ntmve
Riotind wltli n line spray ronulret n
g00(i furco ,,, ,, B,,nn,0 not
zle. The knacpsack spra)cr, now on
sale In nearly even section of tho
t0,intry wi )0 fomj nno ()f ,lp mo9.
gerul ma,nnr-n for spraying fields of
tlirco ncrc8 r ,p,g ,.ur larger plan.
tatlons more powerful machines should
,,0 ,,,,,, A c bean ntul serviceable nn
parntuswell suited for this work, may
uo ,,, .,j n,0U1U,1B a B,)0(lt BtronR
force .,,., ,,..,,, ,, . ,..
,nB thc barlc, aml mmmtc,, pump tn
a light wagon Tho entire outfit. In
eluding bnriol pump, hose norzlcs,
operator, nnd bo) to drive may be
drawn b) one horse As the wngon Is
drawn slnwl) between the tows tho
man in the
: wagon ma) operate thc
nt the same time keep tho
pump nnd n
mixture stirred while two others on
the ground hold the nozzles nnd dl
rect tho sprnj oer tho plants Tho
nozzle found to ho host suited to tho
work is tho Veimorel This Is now of
fered for Bale by pump manufacturers
nnd denlois In seeds and agricultural
Implements In nrloiis parts of the
country. Whole there are only a few
plants to tteat. simple devltes for the ,
application of the fungicide, such ns
watering cans, tho s)rlngcs used by i
florists, etc , may be used
Potato Dllght, Late Blight, or Rot.
This disease attnrks tho leaves.
stems, nnd tubers. Clenerall) thc
first notlcenhlo cff.et upon tho leaves
Is tho sudden iippeiuanco of brownish ,
or blackish nreas which soon, become
soil anil Iciul smelling So Midden Is
the nppenrunce of the disease In some
cases that Holds which one day look
Kiccu unci iicjhu) mny Wlllllll Clio
next day or two become blackened ns I
though swept by fire The rapid
spread of the dlsensc. wblrh Is caused
by a parasitic fungus, Is dependent In
large measure upon ceitnln conditions
of moisture mm bent A dull) mean
or normal tenipornluio or from 72 do
grces to 71 degrees riilnenhelt for
any considerable lime, accompanied
by moist wenthet. furnishes the best
conditions lor thc spiead of the parn
site On the other band, If the dnil)
rnn-lli HI- nnvinn I lninliAMilnA .tU,.,. n.l
, '""" , """ -.
II uvfin.-:n nil it luff IIUJH, IJIU I1UV el '
opment or the) disease is choc ked I
This fact explains why tho fungus i
seldom occurs to nn) serious extent
In sections where the mean or normal rlis or various kinds may produce a
daily temperature exceeds 77 ilngrceS rouglipncil siirfait. Imt It Is safe to kay
for nil) length or time, nnd piobnbly that most ot what Is known as scab Is
why It appeals Inter than the dlsensolduo to tho attacks or a minute1 pnrnslt
discussed under Iho Coimei heading, lie fungus, fln-t studied and described
The tubers iiiTeetcd with tho dlsenso
show depnssed dark colored areas
on the surface-, wbllo within ate
blotches and sticnks of a biownlsh or
blackish color Oilier diseases mny
produce slmllui erfctts, so that in this
cbho the changes aro not so character
Istic us those shown by tho leaves
M V U V llf I L A I I
I"'"1 "'l 1HL-M I nui
i i i.i i i in iui r iw i u i ii
lie was born on August 14. 1802, at
Ho went Into the royul navy while
Iteforo ho was '10 ho hud twice clr
cumnnvlgated the globe.
Ho was married on May 21, 1SRS to
Princess Loiilsn of Hesse Darmstadt
In 1S97 ho was dispatched to tnlcu
eommund of thu China station, and
before leaving made bis only speech.
In thc couiHC of which he acclaimed
his brother In such lungunge that tho
whole) clvllUid world was astounded.
In 1898 ho vviih received fnco to face
by the Hmpress Dowager of China, bo-
l,, .,, mile I'urnnenn. until le.entlv
Slnco 1892 ho has seen moro contln-
,lon8 Ben service tnnn nny high olllclal
In tho Germany navy.
Never Hit Him at All.
Th( JlldE0wlmt ,,,,, you ,llt ,hla
, mnn "" ""yw
Prisoner I illdn t lilt Im wit anny
tlilni,, ycr honoi.
Tho Judgollut look nt him He's
In n hnrrlblu condition purely )iiu
didn't do that with )our fiatw.
Prisoner Ko ycr honor I hutched
Im bo tho hculs and humped Mm ugln
a brick wnll a row times Hut I illdn t
bit 'lm wit annytlilng wiinsl Chlea
go Hot ord Heinhl.
lulletln. 7fvn ner month.
Foi man) )cars it was believed tint
most nt iho injur) to the potato w,es
miu to this disease, but roniu line ,1
,.uloiis liao shown that view u bo
'I up biii.io treiumcni ns lecomnmd I
ed lor enilv hiiuhl sliould bo loll iwcd i
here, and will bo lound to nreeit the
blighting of tho lops und rotting of tho
iui.in in mrinni uhi.r.. Im.. hiii. 1. 1
is known to occur, core should in tnk-
cn lo lH,Rin ,), application of tlio llor-
deaux mixture bcrore the. alticl.s of J
the fiincus. In all this work u must
, eonstniitlv kent in mlnil Hint tho
main object Is pretention rntlict than
ruI0 cnt,nt wU, nIotilti'ill result
If only clean health) potatoes are
used as seed. Decayed and discolored
tubers sliould bo fed to the hogs, as It
Is pool pollc) to plant tlieni
This dlsensc occurs in man) farts
of the South and In nddltlon to at
Inching the potato Is foun I to serious
ly Injuie eggplants and tomatoes In
the case of the lotato the lenvos
steins, and tubers are affected The
,,BonBO ,la,,niy manifests Itself b) n
M,cn wilting of the foliage nnd toon
the whole plant mny heroine nfferted
the lenves nnd stems shriveling and
then turning blown or blade. The
dlsensc reaches the tubers thrjiigh
the stents, producing n brown or
black discoloration of the tissues nnd
mtlmntely n complete nronKlng i:own t, lo(, potato should be soaked ror
or rotting of all the parts llrown rot , 10rH t, HotntIon nlrcnd) de
ls caused by a bacillus, a minute or 8(rbed After soaking, the potatoes
Ban8m, nMch multiplies In the tissues
and through its notion produces tno
effects mentioned Various Insects
such ns Colorado beetles, flea beetles
nnd blister beetles servo ns cnrrlers
of tho disease These Insects may feed
(iSCased plant, nnd In their vis
I, tK to .ijliis Healthy ones lnf.it
ij,,. tissues through lilti-s nnd posslbl)
n other wn)s.
rlirmiclinnt tin, Konth iintm tv In
,,, Car()1na ,,,,, AIalianm
nnd adjacent States where this ills
ease Is known to occur, n thorough
s)stem of spraying, such ns rccon)
mended fen enrty blight, should ho fol
lowed In nddltlon, nil disrated vine's
should bo removed nnd dostnijccl ns
soon as possllilo, and the tubers
should he dug and elthei used at cnee
or stored In a cool, dry place In
Limiting It would lie well to avoid land
which has Just been used rot tomatoes
or eggplants, nnd flnnll) seed tubers
Trom localities where the disease Is
,,, , ,,,,, ,, ,.,, lr prnctienblo
Scab Is one of tho must widespread
dlsensc s affecting tho potnto Inju
by I)r Roland Thaxter. or Ilnrinnl
University. The effects or tho ills
ease on the tuber nro so characteristic
Hint nn one tun Identlf) It
I'otntn scab mn) lo sutiessriilly eon
tiolled by heating tho seed picvlcius
to planting Two fungicides nic used
Ho has a good education In the lib
oral arts, anil an expert's education In
everything nautical, from ancient na
val battles to holystoning decks.
Following the custom of his house,
ho learned a trade when n jciuth Ho
could earn his living nn)vvhcru as a
Ho speuks English purel) and tlu
entl) He speaks t Pre lie li without nn nc
He can converse in Spanibh Italian,
Russian, and Swedish He can rlsci
retail these languages readily
Ho has had a thmoiigh education in
every thing musical, and ror an nina
tour Is a rcmaikablu musician
I Like his father Frederick HI he is
il.lheial in politics Ho has thus fie
M.e.u.y ......lie,, ic-pce,.., iron. ... re
uLiiuiiui uitjiii,'!, inu c.inperur inn
has gained In consequence tho devo
tlon of tho people of Germany.
His mind is not ot tho devious, suh
tin order, but direct and straightfor
ward. Ho makes a better admiral than
he would diplomat or courtier.
Ills mind Is nccurato and strong,
mil not snowy nor nniiiant. Mental
,ly his brother Is a greater man.
New Plan of Italian Masons.
London. F.b 11 -A speclaiclls-
patch teeedveil from Homo Bays that
ut u meeting or representatives nt
Italian lodges or Freo Masons It was
decided Hint Italian Freo Masonry
should e ease to bo a secret society
London. Fell lu According to tho
Calcutta coi respondent of thu Dilly
M.ill, tlio India Medic ill (iarctto nn-
- ; uuunceB that III.
Host o! tin India
niemcni service nns suncssfully culti
vated cancer and hns Infected a guinea
pig wun ins culture.
lor the purpose, nanicl). corrosive sub
niiuuu suiii iuii mill niriiiann soiuiloti
io prepaio ilie first. dissolve two imu
one huh ounces in orroslo sublimate
'tir bichloride ol merciir), in about two
gallons oi hot water and alter ten in
twelve hours dilute with clear water
so that the whole rjuautlt) makes 111
teen gallons Corrosive sublimate Is
a poison and must therefore not bo '
nlnccd where It can fall Into the
nands of children or Irrcspunslblo per
sons. To prepare tho formalin Rolu
Hon, mix eight fluid ounces of com
mcrclnl formalin (otherwise known ns
10 Per cent formic nl(leb)de) with llf
t-'cn gallons of water
To treat the potatoes with tho ror
roslvo sublimate solution, Immerse
them for nn houi and n half In the
liquid nnd then spriad out to dry.
I'lnnlly ut nnd plant In the usual
manner A laige ban el Is n conve
lilent recoptni le for the solution The
potntnes m.i) be placed tn n coarse
sack nnd suspended In the liquid cam
being taken to wnsb the tubers before
dipping provided tiie) nil' vei) dlrtv
All treated tuheis should be planted
In oidoi to mold danger fioni
poison upon them
It has boon shown that the foiinnlln
Is full) ns effective- ngnlnst scab ns1
the collusive sublimate solution nnd
ns It Is far less dangerous It will
piolmbl) come Into more general use
In treating seed with tills preparation
mny ,K, ,(,.,,.,,, cllt anil p)an,0l, ,n ,hc
g,m wy. enre being taken not to
mlow them tn become cciiitnmlnated
by coming In contact with bags,
boxes oi bins where scnbli) potatoes
have boon Kept In practice it is
found that fifteen gallons or elthii of
,.. fo.egolng solutions will be suffl
dent to treat twent) to twent) live
bushels of potatoes taking ciiuitinry
precautions of course not to waste too;
muih or the lluld ns each lot of tubers
Tip Burn, Leaf Burn, or Scald.
This dlsenso of the leaves occurs In
man) parts or the country anil Is otten
conruseil with early Might The tips
nnd edges or the leaves turn blown
. . i
and those discolored arens soon In
come haul nnd brittle
The burning or scalding inuy oioir
,nl "" ,lnu' Bni1 "8 a r"1" ,H ,h" rt,H"11
!.f unrnvornble cou.lltlons sm rounding
the plant. Inig continued cloudy and j
dnmp weather followed ly several hot
nnd bright days Is very apt to result
tn the burning of tho foliage. Tills Is
especially the case on soils cnrr)ing u
comparatively small percentngo of
lmolstiiie. When tho weather Is cloud)
nli ilamp the tissues or the potato be
0mo gorged with water and this hits
tendency to weaken them ir the
Hm, appears bright nnd hot when the
, ,,,..,.H nro i.. 1iIh condition, thero Is
rnp,i evaporation or the moisture
' Ftcir! up In theli tells The ovnpora
j(im may )L, fasU,r ,ilan tlu Bupplj
' rurnlshi'd by the toots, and If this con
tlnucs for nny length or time the
weaker and moro tendci parts first
collapse, then dlo, and finally turn
In own and dry up Tip burn may also
OF PRINCE HENRY
His name Albert William Henry
Ills rank: Vice admiral and chief
m thu first siiuudron of tho (Ierman
Honornry general of tho First Regi
ment of I'oot Guards; of the I.udwlg
Fusiliers; or the Twenty fifth Hessian
Honorary colonel ot the Thirty-fifth
Prussian Fusiliers, known ns "Prlii-V
Henry's Own," or tho Thirty-third Uus-
slnn Dragoons, known ns "Prlnco Hen
nr iiMiBoin. ru.n"
W ... . .......... w...
! Actual colonel of tho Twentieth
I Austrian Infantry
Honorary vice admiral of Austrian
, Knight of the Order of tho Illnck
liaglc; Knight of tho Order of tho
Clohlen Fleece Knight of tho Order
oi tho Annunciation; Knight of tho
0r(er ()f Rulhant; KnRnt of ,
Order of tho Seraphim; Knight or tho
darter; Knight or tho Order or St.
Possessor or tho Distinguished Ser
vice Order or Prussia Never bestow
eel bonorarlly hut solely ror aits of
Prlnco Ilcnr) of
Ills ninrlal title.
Form of ajdress "Ills Highness'
A Candy Smasher.
Anlmnteil b the exatnpb. of Ci .1'
Ma.i,,,, ,. ,,,,. , r ninghiiiin.
ton, N V Miss Allen V"ear. bus
begun n crusade ngnlnst cnud) stores,
which she re garils ns mote harmful
thnn saloons She inleied nno ot
those stores nnd pioceelei lo demol
Isli tho e anil jars Imt her e inside
was brought tn a hiiiblun ml h an
Ulis)iupnthctli pollc email Miss Wcu
ver paid a flue ol such piopoitlons
- that bur ideas of leformlng thu world
bv blotting out tho e und) store Infnni)
lmvu 1)t,cn Krfallj Iliuiun,.j
cm e in ns tlu
tM tli ll l
r milt of proline ! ! 'In
a specific nature
l.ttlh ol a spocitle nature nn l
nid nn uitp treatment ol mis In. mm
.minimus iitnors are involved In tin
iiintioi so tnat nnl) general state I
,n nls are possible Ivvcry '-uorl
iioiiii bo miide to keep tho plants in.
,od growing tonditlon for If the) be
ionic elieekoH thioiigh licit of proper
tod or rultlviitlou or both the) ate
more apt to burn It Is n fact that
whore the llnrdi-aux mixture Is i scd
,(t other dfVensos burn Is less npt to
occur and this furnishes another In
stance of the remarkable properties ol
the fungicide llrlell) therefore tin
plants should lie kept ns vlgoious as
possible bv good niltlvntlnn pleni) ot
nvnllable food and the application oi
Horde nu mixture ns recommended
lor earl) Id Ik ,t
Arsenical Poisoning of the Leaves
tn manv sections where Paris gicen
In wntet Is applied to pntntoes Injur
les nro produced which can not In ills
linguistic d fioni carl) Might b) nn)
nnllmit) examination It friqinnil)
hnppens therefoie that farmers are
led to believe that their potatocv nn
nffecteil with earl) blight nnd other
diseases when the trouble has b. on
hiought on b) themselves through the
Improper use of Paris green Inlurks
resulting from the use of tills sub
stance ate vor) apt to occur wbiTe
Ilea In el les have eaten the folluge
The at sonic attacks the tissues at
such points, and ns a result more or
less circular blown spots are produc
ed, having for their centers the holes
eaten out h) the (Ion beetles It) coin
bluing the Piuls green with Itnrdcnux
mlMiiie ns nlrcnd) described, those
Injuries ma) he wholl) molded
The cost of tiie work ot spravlng
ns iliKcilhcd hiii' will depend to a
considerable extent upon the kind ol
machine l used nnd the pi lie paid for
labor With suitable apparatus and
lalioi nt $1 fn per da) potatoes ma)
be spui)eil six times for about $i, per
aero This estimate Is based upon ex
.periiueius eienciing over severni )ears
nnd Include the cost ot cbemlrals ns
well ns labor. The eot or treating
..-,.. . ......
si nli In innliil) In the labor Involved
In dipping nnd drvlng the seed nnd
seldom cxci oils fifteen cents per re re
Much ntteiitlon has bei n given to the
,,m,,u "f 1"ll''' '""" "
grow in aim )iciu oi potaioes nsicie
from Its value In keeping parasitic
foes In check. It has been shown con
cluslvcl) that It pa)s to apply this
preparation if for no other purpose
than to Induce a more vigorous
grow Hi Threo or four applications of
the mlxtuto lime In many cases In
ct eased tho yield of potatoes iiO per
cent, so that no matter where the
tiop Is grown or whether diseases nro
present or not tho vviltct reels war
ranted In recommending tho nppllca
Hon or the mlxtuto on the giound that
Its use will )leld n handsome return
II T OALI.OWAY
Chler or the Division of Vegetable
Pli)siolog) and Pathology
Depaitiuent of Agriculture Wash
Ington I) C
-. -"-.- -. -
Woman Is Indispensable tn mar,
man Is indispensable to woman, vl'o
versa, vei 3a vice so there )ou arc.
1'or a trlllej a woman will makr u
I turnkey ol a man, and then admire
him In his new state.
A woman will fall In lovo with a
man who is unworthy ot her nnd
1 then sho II Impress that fact upon the
Woman Is a thorn In tho side of man
but a very agrceablo stlckur
Woman's pastlmo is circulating
in.cnnv Without her. mnn would snvo
A woman's promise Is like n bubble
it nssumes grent proportions in tho
stmt, and then sueldcnly collapso
A womnn's Inllucnco for good or evil
1" proverbial for that rcuson a mnn
usually blames her for his offences
nnil Jmetl) so Phlbidelphln Tele
His Strenuous Remarks,
The elevated train tamo to n stop
ut Kioll.i) scpiaro with such sudden
uess that nn old man with a silk hat
and thiee big bundles was hurled
'down the aisle as If from a catapult
The bundles nnd thu hat took various
directions but the old man brought up
ngalnst a stout young woman, who
piomptly measured her length ou tlio
The )oung woman picked herself up
Jiul gasped "This Is outrageous'"
The old Hum said us lio groped nhiiut
for Ills bundles 'I confound It
know It confound It couldnt help
ni)sell confound It ' Then ns ho
left the ear ho ghued nt the guard
nnd Indulged In this Until iiutb'iist
Confound It all, I sn) "
A man seated In the cm said to
his nulghboi "The old fellow Is a
i linn h member" "Peibaps," wus Uio
lopl); "but lie put a good deal ol o
icbslun Into his wotds." tlostem Her
1'or a quiet rest nnd n
pleasant Sunday the at
tractions nt the Inn nro
unsurpassed finest surf
bathing and catioltig on
Hxc client cuisine and
the best of service
L, H. DEE, - Prop.
W. Deswick, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Mils Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walkikl.
Wc have constantly on hand a
One lino of
Alaska and 8tar Refrigerators,
lee Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose,
Paints and Oils.
316 FORT ST. HONOLULU, H. T.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative raets U Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
rs. White and BUck Smd For Salt
Offlco with Kvenlnts Bultettn, 211
King streeL Tel 86.
.. LiRSEH, MTr.
Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6000 tons, to sail
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, C0O0 tons to sail
1'or further particulars npply
II, HACKFELD & GO,, Agents.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Trumbull & Beebe's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Cold and Silver Medals Paris
Ilenutlfully Illustrated catalogue)
mailed freo on application
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN.
419-421 Sansome St.
San Francisco, California.
When You Want a Rig
ring- up thu
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : sis fort street
Btable 'Phono, 109 Main,
Ilac-lc Btand, 'Phones .119 and 7X.
C. H. B ELLIN A.
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
pp. Adventlst Church.
505, Corner of Bcretanla Ave. and Punch
All Work Done By Hand.
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove Cleaning a
ABADIE tV CO.
HART & COT,
ME ELITE ICE CKEAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water lets,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" dyster Cocktails.
has romoved to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho storo formorlr occupied by
H. W. Foster.