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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU II. T., MONDAY, MARCH, 3, 1002.
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AMERICA MARU MADE
FAST TIME TO PORT
Knst looming up v.r the western ,
bullion, the Toyo Klsen Kalsha Ainerl
it llaru was sighted coming from
Hongkong and Yokohama nt ! 20
o'clock this morning Thlrtv minutes
later, he as rlouo off the outran i to
the harbor The ihictoi s Iniiiich went
out and ..ie health oltliers boarded lh(
Mteaiuship Just as she wan poking her
tiote past the roof 'Hie pilot ns nl
ieady aboard At 10 3") o clock the
Mam was oit thr c hannel whnrr end
blowing her whistle for the tug to as
sist hT In turning around, so t hut nho
ioul.1 W aliiiikNiilo tho wharf with her
nose poinltnit to tho channel.
Although the Marti whlstleil ' throe
or Tour times tor the tug, the Kenrless.
whlili was hlng nt the I'arllle Mall
wharf, was slow in imsworltig. not tnh
Ing hold ol the big ship until 11
The wind from the northeast, nl
though It h.ul considerably moderated
during the night, was still blowing
with tmiih loree nnd this fact sonio
what hanipi-ied the docking
Much suniilsi- was evmessed by wa
lerfroiit. is nt th." eail arrival or thuilo the daj or departure, I ebruary 22.
essid lioni th.- Orient She wns not I'assengerH lor Honolulu are; Mis.
looked roi mtll 2 or 3 o clock tills 'K. Ito, II II Koehler. W. Maxwell
aftetnocn and It was even thought that nd wire and I. Muraour
she might l somewhat delajed on nc- Through passengers nre ns follows.
count of th.. nenvv contrary w 111. s.
Thu Amerlcn Mam. however. Is a pow
erful vessel and paid but little atten
t Ion to the gale
It was almost high noon when the
Maru was fast to the wharf and tno
mldda) vhistl.'s hail sounded many
minutes befnio her passengers enmo
The Tearless ."cpi-rlented great tilt-
fleulty In pulling the stern of the liner
around against the wind. In fact old
waterfrontcrs tin the wharf wondered
why Captain doing of the Maru Insist,
id on docking with the vessel's nose
to the channel, when he could with
much greater convenience nnd without
wasting time have docked an hour or
more sooner by putting her alongside
ns she came In, nose first
When the Fearless once, caused tin
Maru to lie parallel to the wharf, the
gieatest trouble waH still to tome. The
strong wind rendered it dilflcult to
bring the big boat up to liei dock nnd
and the Tearless, with hei nose now
under the balconv or the pilot house
could move no fmthei lliu Ke.irless
hold tho Maru In this position until the
steamship could get n stein line to
tho wharf, nftei w hie 1 1 she pulled licr
self slowly to tho wharf, the wind not
withstanding. Tho Teailess b.u ked
qtiliklv nnd gratcfuly out of the tight
place she was In and scooted for liei
After the Tearless left the Mam and
tho latter hugged tho whurf, theru
was still a long wait befoie pnsscngcis
were allowed ashore, the doctor octn
Pjlng until nearly 12 30 making hlr
The Maru made splendid time ficmi
Yokohama, covering tho distune o to
this port In less than niiio and a half
days. She galled from Hongkong on
February 13th In tho morning and
steamed out of Yokohama on Washing'
ton's birthday, February 22d, In the
afternoon, while the guns of tho Unit
ed States battleship Kentucky were
booming In 'honor of the glorious mini
flood weather was enjojed by the
Maru until blie was within two or
thico days' sail of Honolulu, when tho
heavy northenst winds mailo things a
llttlu uncomfoitablo aboard and pre
vented the speedy vessel from malting
still better tlmo.
Aboaid tho Mm it thero nre 3111 Jap
ancso Immigrants fur these Islnnds
coming to wen I; on the plantations. Tor
tho most part. Among theso there
was a birth during tho vovagu.
Fivo stowaways, Jnpnneeo. will Im
left nt this port, to ho taken back to
the Orient lu tho Nippon Maru vvlui
Less than fivo hundrnj tons o
freight weio brought for Honolulu Al
though tho Maru Is scheduled to le.nu
hero for San Francisco at t o'clock to
night, it 13 i.ot thought that si" will
bu nhle to dUchargo VI er Hoiiululu
Little chicks nre allowed to die,
oggB get senrce, the- chickens mako
dry eating, .etc. Theso mistakes nro
constantly made, but need not occur.
will Increase, the quantity of eggs and
mako hens lay regularly. It cures
chicken cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism and alt diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
Pratt's l'oultry Food.
What It does for chickens It does
for all Kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
and most reliable In existence. Call
for a packngo and try It.
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freight by thiyt
The orsd wi'l
neertheless get nwn) as nea i
o'dotk ns possible.
Among the passengcrx for Hoiulilu
Is V Maxwell, who Ih lmr'sted 111
coffee In Javn nnd who comes here to
look Into the coffee business of Hnwal'.
Anothci Hui.olulii passenger is H. It
KoohUir, representing u large bcei
II I in.
Among the through passengers for
Sau fraiiclsco nre V. O. (lulschmnnn.
Miieilntendent of the Kouthcrn division
of thu Siberian railway system; K Ito,
who goes to Han Pranclseo to take
the place of Manager Shltashl of the
Tojo Klsen Kalsha; Mr. nnd Mra. C
II Walsall, publishers; nnd I). A.
Socd, artist, who has painted n pnno
mum of the battle of Manila and who
Is on his wa to thu States to exhlbli
his work. Tho panornmn Is allied at
12!M)u0 and Is among the cargo In thu
I'urecr I., n. llcmlss. whose many
Honolulu Irlcndx anlousl nnd Impa
of the.tlcnth uwntted the slow docking of
the Maru, rry kindly supplied tho
Huiletin with latu 'kokohania papers up
J " rtnurom. .nr. anu .ins. c. n.
Ulnlsall. Miss IJ. Craig. C. C. Fellon,
T. O. Gulrschmann J S Hall, J.
Horner. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II Hun. K.
Ito Mrs II. H Johnstone. A Klngln,
1C Kltajlina. (). Nellson, Miss M
Oknilo. Mrs M Itellly. T Shoe, U.
A. Soccl. A F Stoeger
An application of thu Honolulu
Mrewlug & AUIdtlng Company, I.lmlt
ed, for a liquor dealer's llcmte was
iccelved Ij) the Governor's council tills
inoinlng It was left with the Trensur
ei to Investigate the law hem Ing on
The brewing and malting license un
der iwhlch the .ompany opeiale was
eirlglnjll) Issued to Gilbert J. Waller
and associates for fifteen ji.ua. m.d
that term lug ucnv expired. Whether
the Act uuthoilIng the license, or any
ether existing law, permits the lcnew
nl of the license, or Its substitution by
an ordinary dealer's license. Is the
knott) question with which tiio gov
eminent has now to deal. It Is one of
gieut Importance to thu company, from
the large amount of capital Invested
In the enterprise.
Wada's application for a light
wine nnd bee r license at Anahola, Kau
ai, was referred to the High Sheriff.
The application of Albert Nawahl
for a light wine and beer licence at
I'ahoj, I'una district. Is held In nbej
nnce. Sheriff Andrews has recom
mended It. believing It might be a
check to Illicit selling, but there Is a
petition of residents ngnlnet it.
Superintendent Ilojd submitted some1
natters from the Public Works lie-
pattinent to the Council.
Walliiku, Manh 1 Judge and Mis
A N Kepoikal gnve a luau at the Ka
hulul fishery jobterday (Friday) even
ing in honor of the fortclth hlrthcln)
of Mrs. Geo Weight, a. sister of Mrs
Kepoikal The occasion was fairly at
tended by the many friends of the host
and hostess and also of the genial lady
In whose honor the birthday party was
given. Many who had been Invited
were kept away on account of the had
weather prevailing during the day, but
nevertheless a most Jovial time was en
Joyed by those who attended In Spite ot
in. a mm
Moniiy .. .
Last quarter of tho moon on tho 2d
nt 0:9 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul anu Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh tlmo, bolns
.uat of tho meridian of 157.30. Tno
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, un 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from thin
port for San Francisco will find thcrj
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Omce located In the Merchants Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, com pie to sett
nf charts and directions of tho world.
Latest information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Korean. I'unahou, March
3 Temperature Morning minimum,
C.'i; Midday maximum, 74.
Ilaromcter nt 9 a m. 30.10. Irregular.
Dew I'olnt 591'.
Humidity at 9 n. m. CS per cent.
I Diamond Head Signal Station, March
I 3. Weather cloudy; wind high NU .
Sunday, March 2.
Str. Claudlne, Tnrker, from Maul
S. S. Ihireka, Wcedon, 19 days from
Str. Walalcale, I'lltz, from Koloa
Str. Mlkahaln, Gregory, fiom Na
wlllnlll. Monday, March 3.
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, 9V4
davs from Hongkong and Yokohama
with 500 tons Oriental merchandise,
394 Japanese Immigrants, 5 stownwn)8,
mall and 5 cabin passengers,
Iir. sp. Glleu A. Rend, McQuarrle, 74
days from Manila, bound for Vancou
ver, put Into port in distress, leaking-
Monday, March 3.
Schr. Malolo, for Hanalel and Kall
hlwal, at 10 a. m.
Am. bg. Tanner, for I'uget Sound, 9
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
San Francisco, w 1th mall at 8 p. m ,
from the Channel wharf.
Fiom Maul ports, per str. Claudlne,
Mar. 21.. Ilarkhausen, S T. Knowles,
D. I., llllss, Sister t'lell, Mra. Willis,
Miss I'. Davidson, Miss A. Davidson,
W. Skalfe, II. Howell. C. E. Guest, A.
I-. Merry, Kla Nahaolehua, W. Rogers,
I' A. Wlde anil, V. Napoleon and son.
corge Weight, M. G. Henderson. A. T,
.lobertson. Rev. G. U I'earson, Y. Ta
Kakiia. T. M. Datte, T Ishll and wife,
A. W. Dow. W. Iloyd. wife and six
ihlldren, A. N. Hnvselden, II W. Hul
ling and 21 deck.
From Nnwlllwlll. per str Mlkahala.
Mar. 2 Messrs. Ilatchelor. Hayselden,
It. J. Jackson, (J II. Woods, Young
Nip, Mntsua, Adachl, Ito, Iloyomida
Ah Cheon, Kllllo, and 3u op deck .
Charters from Hllo Am. str. Enter
prise, San Francisco; Am, schr. Otllllo
Fjord, llallnrd; bk. Rhodcrlck Dhu,
San Francisco; Am. schr. W T. Wltze
mann, Fort TownBcnd,
Vessels In Tort Am. sp Falls of
Clyde, Matson; Am. bk. St. Catherine
Sailed Feb. 22 Am. bk. Santlngo,
Ingalls, for San Francisco; Ifi, 170 bags
Olaa sugar, 5000 bags Hakalau and
5000 hags Tepe.-ken; total, 2ti.l7fi bags.
Passengers II. W. Illake.
Feb. 22 Am. schr. Mary Dodge, Ol
son, In ballast for Eureka,
Feb. 25 Am. bk. Martha Davis, Mc
Allman, for San Francisco; 15,520 bags
Onomca sugar and 7895 bags Honomu.
Passengers Miss Shlpman,
The Mary Dodge, on arrival nt Eu
reka, will probably reload for the Hllo
CIGARS GET SEASICK.
"Since our troopg hnve been In the
Philippines my friends among the offi
cers stationed there have at frequent
Intervals been remembered with boxes
of Manila cigars," remarked a member
of Uncle Sam's fighting force, who was
severely wounded at Kl tjaney nnd Is
now on the retired list, to a reporter,
"I have learned to prefer the tobacco
of the far east to the domestic brand,
nnd do not see how I could now get
along without tho fragrant Manilas
"Recently I received a shipment ot
cigars," he continued, "but they ptov.
ed a sad disappointment. In fact, they
sceme-d to mo to be entirely worthless.
I puffed nt one after another, but they
simply could not be smoked. In de
spair I llnallj consulted n well-known
tobacconist. The situation was no
problem to him He promptly told mo
to lay the cigars aside for a few weeks,
after whkh I would find them nil right.
He was correct When I sought nn ex
planation the tobacconist assured mo
In all bcrlousnebs that the cigars had
been seasick from tho vovnge aciobs
the Pacific and needed rest.
"I have since learned," added the offi
cer, "tfiat wines and liquors are nffect
ed In a similar manner by ocean ship
ment." SuLsiTilcra to tho BULLETIN
ict receiving their papers promptly
vill confer a fnvor liv notifvine Mip
I'luitipui OfnVo: 'IVltihntip 9r.li
(Continued from Pago 4.)
1024, article 12, U S. R. S, to the easo
In hand Hut T I). 23389 prompts tne
Inquiry whether theso cigars nre
"merchandise shown by manliest of
vessel to be shipped from Phlllpplrca
lu my opinion, this clnuso ot the deel
sloii Is applicable only to the class ot
vessels uierein contemplated, to wit,
t.int class of vessels required by law
to be supplied with a manliest; nud
since the Solaco Is n "Navy vessel ot
the I'nlted States," sho would not bo
ranked In tluil class ol vessels required
by law to exhibit manifests. Thu en
tire body ol our marine law furnishes
repeated Illustrations of the sharply
defined distinctions between merchant
Vessels and "Navy vessels of the Unit
ed Stntes ', and while the former class
Is subjected to many nnd varied regit
latlons and restrictions, the latter, ex
necessitate rel. nro relieved therefrom
(rompnre for example, section 2791
V S. It S ) I cannot, indeed, eon
reive upon what theory It could bo
claimed that "a Navy vessel of tho
United States" should have a "mnnl
fCBt". nnd ns to theso cigars, thero
foro, It was quite Impossible that any
manifest should hnve shown them to
have been shipped from the Philip
pines, for the very obvious reason that
there was no manifest In existence, or
required by law. which could bnvo
should such fact. The principle that
the law does not seek to compel a
man to do that which ho cannot pos
sibly perform, Is not only an establish
ed legal maxim, but also a plain nic
tate of ronunon sense. "Tho law It
Self and the administration of It,
said Sir W Scott, with reference to
an alleged Infraction of tho revenue
laws, "must yield to thnt to which ev
erythlng must bend to necessity, the
law. In Its most positive nnd peremp
tory Injunctions, is understood to tils
claim as It does In Its general nphor
Isiiih, nil intention of compelling them
to Impossibilities, nud the ndmlnlstrn
tlnn of laws must adopt the general ex
ceptlon In the consideration of nil par
ticular eases " 'l he Generous, 2 DoiIh
Conception of Importation.
You suggest, also, that "by referring
to section SSOI, itcviscd Statutes, ns
amended by section 20 of the Act of
August 2Sth, 1894. It will be seen that
said section prohibits the Importation
of cigars In packages containing less
than 300U each, and the snme would
be considered nn Illegal Importation II
Imported In n regular merchant ves
sel." This suggestion seems to he In
line with Cust. Reg. 1X99. nrtlcle 443,
T D. 21743. nnd T I). 220S5. It Is,
however. Irrelevant In the present In
quiry, because I gather, as above ex
plained, that the cigars In question
were brought from the Philippine Isl
nnds; nnd since the Philippine Islands
novo censed to be n foreign country.
it cannot be said that these cigars
werei "Imported" The accepted eon
ceptlon of "Importation" Involves thu
Idea of bringing merchandise into tills
country from a foreign eotintrv Just ns
the accepted conception or 'exporta
tion" Involves the men of sending mer
chandise out of this eouutrj to a for
eign country. As to "Importation, wo
find this conception permeating the
Trensurv Decisions (T. I) Iti7r.9. 18SS7.
1 U393, 2M29, 20771, 21U31 21090, 21199,
21233. 21210. 217CC, 22417. 22490, 22t28.
22907, 23140, 23317. 23105). nnd ns to
"exportation," we find the term re
peatedly used In a sense which In
volves foreign countries (T. D. 19075
19929 20072, 20S37, 21002, 211O0. 21109,
21JK2. 21170, 2233S) The same view
Is tnken by the eouits' Kldd vs Flag
ler. 51 Fed Rep. 309; Woodruff vs.
Parham 8 Wall. 123. llrown vs Hous
ton, 1t4 T S. 022; P. Coal Co. vs.
Louisiana, 150 Id 691, P. Guano Co
vn N. Car 171 Id 350; Falibank vs. U
3.. 1S1 Id 2K3; Do Lima vs Illdwedl
182 Id. 1. Tho II Diamond Rings. V
S S ft, Dec 2, 1901, The Second
Dooley Case, Id.
Mutt Release Cigars.
I nm therefore of the opinion that
you should detain these cigars mull
the Internal revenue! stamps sna'1
Imv.i been affixed, and then dell vol
them to the claimant. C. II III own, nud
you ntc so advised.
J. J. DUNNE.
Assistant United Stales Attorney.
CHURCH MORTGAGE LIPTED.
The "rollon Ing circular letter has
been Isssued by the Tlist Methodist
Honolulu, February 2S, 1902.
Dear Friend: Through the abound
Ifk generosity of yourself and other
good friends we have been enabled to
lift the mortgage off our church nron
crty. Iti order to give public expres
sion of our gratitude nnd appreciation
because of this hnppy achievement, wn
mo ananglng for n thanksglvlnc cole
bratlon, to ho held nt the church on
luebday evening next, .v.ircV. 4. Wc
give you n most cordial Invitation to
lie present. .
Youis veiy truly,
GHORGi: L. PR ARSON.
Curious to Know.
The llnchelor Why. I've Just leach
ed my prime. .
She What delayed sou? Smart
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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Union St Apply nt 1151 Union St
FOR LEASE Two fetory house. 12
luoms, Union stieet. Possession
given April Ut. Apply 1151 Union
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Princess Kawananakoa vvnl be At
Home tiunoriow, Tuesday, liom . to
ii p .n. No Invitations hnvo bo.ei is
sued The Quintet Club will be lu at
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
The regulnr annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club will hu held at
me Pacific Club this (Ttiondnv) evening
nt 7.30 p. ni.
W. II. CORNWT.I-L. President.
C I.. CHAI1I1K. Secretnry. 2083-lt
GERMAN VEREIN ARION.
All members' presence Is reque-iteil
at the meeting on Wednesday Match
nieoiion or Orflceis
Elks Hall, corner lleretnnia and
Miller btreet. II FICKH.
Sus.l 2t fiecic-tniy
Credltiiis of the liilei-lsland Tele
graph Ciimpnny. Limited, nm it quested
to tile -laleiiicntH of uecouuts inline-illat-l)
CLINTON J. HU'lcjIIINH,
Ticasurer I.-I. T. Co. Ltd.. I
House off School nnd near Kaluwela
I 'a nt l j
Patent Watei Closet.
Rental 15 per month.
Inquire or J. FRIAS,
722 Fort Street.
All Dimocints or the city nnd par
tlcularly those residing in the Fourth
District, are icqucslcil to meet at
Democratic Headquarteis, Kaahttmnnit
street, on vvodnobdnv evening. Marcn
5, 190.' at 8 o clock p in., tor the pur
pose ot discussing the best Intel ests
of the party and to nominate a candl
date for the otllce of Representative ll
the meeting so decides.
W II. JOHNSON,
Chairman Democratic Committee.
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF i in:
Tllbt Circuit. Terrlti)i.v nl Hawaii At
Chumbeis. In Piohale. lu the Matter
of the Hitate of Clara Schneldei, Into
of Honolulu. Oahu. deceased. Intestate.
Petition hnvlng been filed by the City
Turnlttiie .iloie. a ciedltoi of said In
tubtate, pi uv lug that l.etteis of Admin
istration upon said estate be Issued to
F, T Merr. i:sq , notice is heieby
given that Monda. the Tth day of
Aplll, A. D. 1002. nt 10 o'clock a in . In
tho Judiciary building, Honolulu. (5a
hu, is appointed the time and place for
hearing said petition, when and whore
nil persons concerned mny appear and
show cause. If any they have, why suld
petition should not bee granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, Teh. 28. 1002.
Ry tho Court:
A. G KAUI-UKOU.
Atkinson & Judd, Attorneys roi Pc-tl
2085 Mar. 3, 10, 17. 24.
I i iiiii uiuuuiT ejejuiiT en niii
rust uircuit, Territory oi Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In the Matter
oi the Ilstnti- of H F. Glbbs, Into of
Honolulu. Oahu. deceased. Intestate,.
Petition having been filed by the Cltj
Furniture Store, n creditor or said In
testate, praying that l.etteis of Admin
lrttiatlo.il upon bald estate be Issued to
F T Meiry. Fsq imt'cc is heieby
given that Moudnv, the 7th day of
Apill, A D 1902, at 10 o'i lock a. m . In
tne Judiciary building. Honolulu, Oahu
Ih appointed tho time and place for
hearing said petition, when and where
nil persons concerned may appear and
show cause. If any they have, wbj
bald petition snould not ho granted
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 28, 1902.
Hy the Court:
A. G. KAUI.UKOU.
2085 Mar. 3. 10, 17. 24.
How He Came by Them.
She Hnvo you never tried to mako
Hu Oh, yes; that Is tho reason 1
havo so many enemies. Smart Set,
Our first shipment of HIGH CLASS
DRESS GOODS for the SPRING OF
1902 Is here.
Thero nro many choice fabrics nnd
new conceits, hut we wish to particu
larly mention about one hundred pat
terns of Dwell notettles nt $10 to $25
Thero Is hut one of a kind. Wc will
not attempt to describe them, but tho
styles nro superb and exclusive.
You should sco them.
Modistes especially Invited.
For a quiet rest and a
pleasant Sunday, the at
tractions at tho Inn aro
unsurpassed. Finest surf
bathing and canoeing on
Excellent cuisine and
tho best of service. . .
L. H. DEE, - Prop.
W. Deswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklkl.
Santos Dttmont and Ills alishlp
iiiu.it share attention with Prof. Peter
Caronant Campbell and his aerial car
Prof Campbell, now white haired
and 70, has for nearly half a century
worked to solve the problem of aerial
navigation. Meantime fortune has
not dealt kindly with him. Ho Is now
caretaker of the double apartment at
No, 93 Macon street, Urooklyn. Dut
he says that Santos-Dumont, with his
millions for experiment, will not ear
ly oil the $200 000 prize offered by the
management of the St. Louis Exposi
tion In 1903 for the most successful
airship Ho counts tho fortune as
good ns won for himself for. he says,
ho has already made convincing tests
of his airship which provo to be bet
ter than that nf Santos-Dumont.
Yesterday he received a letter from
W n. Stevens, secretary of the St.
Iouls Exposition, accepting his entry
Ho has a contract with a company In
Toronto, Canada, to back him to the
extent of J30.000 In the competition
Prof. Campbell was as buoyant In
carriage and light-spirited as a man
half his years when he told yesterday
of his Invention He said that during
his career he had madu 700 successful
Hera are home ot the featutes of
Prof. Campbell's nlrshlp. It can bo
propelled up or down or be made to
salt on an even line; the working
parts aro made entirely of aluminum;
it will be operated by a powerful Hdl
Min electric motor. It can ascend to
a height of two miles; It has propel
lers In both front and rear, ono to
drive It turwurd and the other to send
It over a eJrcular course; it has a car
rying capacity of G00 poundB.
cue airsuip is now stolen in ejui
cago. It weighs 150 pounds, Tho bal
loon attachment is conical shaped, 35
feet long and 25 feet high, and Is con
structed or silk. There nro two wings
between thu balloon and tho alumin
ium frame, which act on tiio principle
ot a parachute.
Thu basket, built of bamboo, will
hold two persons, but Prof. Campbell,
when he Balls for the 1200,000 prize,
says he will travel alone. He pro
poses to start from thu exposition
grounds, mount as high as tho loftiest
steepio In tit. Louis, sail around tho
city and leturn to the starting point,
and claim the prize
Prof. Campbell has letters from
President Harrison and Piesldeut
Cleveland attesting the merits of his
Prof. Campbell claims to be a de
scendant of a Duko of Argyll. He was
bom In Rhinebeck-on to-I!udson In
1832, mid was educated at (ho Episco
pal Institute at Stapletnn, S. 1., grad
uating in 1855 Hu Is a watchmaker
by trade New York World.
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65 Queen St.
On Tuesday, March 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction a fine lino
of Houscholll Furniture, comprising
Oak Dcdstcads and Uttreaus,
Walnut Ilctlstcads and Koreans,
Marble Top Ilurcatis,
Iron and Urnss Dcdsteads,
Mattresses, Pictures, F.tc, VAc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Clothing and Dress
On Tuesday, March 4, '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 63 Queen street, I
will sell ut Public Auction
l-adles' and Children's Underwear,
Dress Goods, Holokus,
Mosquito Nets, Ilcdspreads,
Remnants, Sowing Machines,
Counteis, Shelving, Etc., Kte.
Jne. F. Morgan.
Horses and Mules
On Tuesday, March 4th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
1 Pair Largo Dray or Express
1 Pair Large Mules,
All binken to double harness.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Qaeen St
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