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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., FXUDAV, MAY 16, 1902
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDINCJ, COR.
H'ontlnucd Irom page 1 )
all tlie unmcv nuisin to uecir
the HUlTi-UT of the IartiniiK- e'.ts-ate-r.
n otTicial of tile ( ulimiiil
Oli'iee mailed ir. .in l'.ri-t fur Marti
'niui' this morning with li.ilf a mil
lien francs (Sioo.ooo) in c-;iIt.
The Cahinet further ili-culi-il to
order the lintl-nia-dmix of flans over
all public IntUiting for three ilnvs,
anl ihe Minister of the Colonies,
At. Decrais. was instructeil to tele
graph to the Cio eminent of Marti
nitR' the condoluuvs of France.
M. Decrais infnnned the l 'ahi net
that Senator Knight irei-nlent if
the Legislature of Martiniiiie. who
was lulieved t" haw lost his hf" at
"st 1'ierre. had i soaped.
London Ia 10 The following ca
blegram wan received this morning at
the Colonial Oftlie fiom Governor Sir
Jl'lti-taell Hodgson of llarhadocs: I
"The soufrlere oh nun nn St. Vin
cent. D. W. I. erupted vlolentl yes
terday. Loud repotts, resembling at
tlllery fire, were heard at Ilnrbadoes at
3 o'clock. In the afternoon. At 5
o clock there runic darkness and thun.
e'er, ac nnipanleel b) a strong down
pour of dust, which continued until
stent. Harbadoes Is covered several
Inches deep with dust this morning. I
Have telegraphed Sir Robert 11. Lien el- j
Iyn. jt.overnor of the Windward Isl
ands, offering him nil assistance."
Another mblegram recevled from Ad
ministrator Hell, of the Island of
Dominica. Is as follows
"A terrible eruption lias oi enrroft of
e volcano at Martinique CIat dis
tress prevails there I am tending pio-
r . ii r rn fa ?a f pi r j
TWENTY THOUSAND LIVES LOST
BY VOL.CA1NIC I2RUPTION
St. Thomas, I). W. I. May 3. Gieat Newt From the Consul.
damage was done by a volcanic erup- Washington, I). C, May 8 Advices
lion on the Trench West Indian island nunc todn from Louis U. Ayme, Unit-
of Martinique cterda and today. " s t""ful '" Onti'lnloiipc who.
.... in addition to re.ortlng thnt belsmlo
. Mount I'elee. a vohano which hat ,,,., ,WI, 0(cllrK,,, lnf,rc .,,,,
long ben considered extinct, iu last that he had been Informed that lump
eruption having oicuried in lS.'l, sud- dreds of people had been Killed In and
denly became actlvo eight days ago. lout Martinique.
Yesterday an enormous mess of llames Uiiadaloupe and Martinique are
, m neighboring Islands, both belonging to
shot from the crater, accompanied by France, consul Ayme leported that
tloi-cnllug fumes, darkness and de-' telegraphic communications with Mar
struitive. showers of ashes. , UnlQiic were broken In every dliectlon.
,., ... ,iii i ,, 'lie said also that great consternation
lllaBes latUc neighborhood nre de- pTeyMM , le ply , ,a p08t ,
ertt!.I. St. Pierre. Ihe most Important ,.ontequcneo of the eurtliquakes anil
town on the Island, is covered with olcunic activity.
afhes and business Is suspended. i-01U n08eR weieieard contlnuoiis-
j. le jji, an,j tleMi pip .iBcrlbcd to
Lava Destroys Factories. volcanic action. (Jiuidaloiipe recently
St. Thomas. 1). W. I.. May . ThV suffered terribly fiom un eurthquako.
flow of lava from the volcano of .Mont only last month hundreds of lives were
I'elee began Saturday last and com
ple-tely destrojed the Guerln factories,
kltuatccl about two miles from St.
Pierre, Mm Unique. It Is leported that
about VU persons have disnppcaiod. A
great, panic pievalls at St. Plerro.
Town Totally Dettroyed.
Si. Thomas, I). Y U May 8, 7 p. m
The Ilrltlsh steamer Hnddum, Cap
tain Freeman, which left St. Lucia
Wednesday for Martinique, returned
rSere at 1 o'clock this afternoon, bring
ing a report that the town of St. Pierre
Martinique, has been totally destroyed
ay volcanic disturbances In the isianu. nun arc snowing signs of activity. I)e.
Almost all the inhabitants of St. Plerrn tonatlonB nre audible In all the north
are, sild to have been killed. The Rod- cm islands.
Urn reports that all the shipping in
thej port has, also been destroyed. The' Old Catholic Institution.
Quebec Steamship Company's steamer1 The town of St. Pierre, the eommer
Roralma Is mentioned as lost with all 1 cal capital of the French Island of
on board. Tho Itoddam was almost ( Martinique, Is on tho West Coast. It
completely wrecked. Her captain was img only an open roadstead. Tho town
seriously burned and seventeen of her j has u population of about M.OOO. The
crew aro dead. Island of Martinique contains several
extinct volcanoes, the highest point be-
Smoking and Rumbling Volcanoes. 'nu .Mont Pelee, with an attitude of 4120
Another dispatch fiom St. Thomas. I feet. St. Pierre wus nettled by th
dated May 7, said advices had been ie
eclved from the Isliiud of St. Vincent.
Ilrltlsh Wcit Indies announcing that
for stino time Ihe volcanoes had been
ctlve In tho neighborhood of tho Sou
friere cratci, which had been smoking
nd luiiihllng, itealdrnU In the vi
cinity of the volcano were leaving for
places of safety This St. Thomas ills-
patch said further that cable tominunl -
cation with tho Inland of Maitlnlqun
wes interrupted on tho morning of Mny
T, ind that cable i omiiiunkntlon south -
ward from St. Lucia, in tho Windward
itlnnclH, stopped suddenly ihe Baine uf-
lie weighs 3."5 IbB and rlclrs a
fev eland. We have tlieiu for riders
of any weight.
ou l flml the Cleveland a flrst
clars wheel In every respect anil fells
for little money.
& SON, Ltd:
FORT AIND KIISQ ST.
V.lons Immediately All safe at Dom
Thirty deaths are reported to liavo
of i urred at the Island of St Vincent,
a. cording to a telegram received at tin)
Colonial oillcn this morning from Gov
ernor Llewelln. forw aided from St
Lucia, yesterday evening. The Uovcr-
"Information Incomplete. Eruption
continue. I am cndeavoilng to get
back to St. Vincent."
Steel. Young & Co. of this city, own
pis of Ihe Ilrltlsh steamer Uoddara,
wiilch esinpetl fiom St I'iene to St.
1. ui In. lctelvcd this the (list newt from
their agents at St. Lucia, as follows
"Terrible volcanic eruption nt Mar
tinique, lioddam u turned. One an
chor and li.iln slipped. Tnrpatillnf
and lunning gear bunil. Machinery
intuit. Captain in hospital. Two
new dead, 'fen In hospital. Second
and third engineers nhcaid. Campbell,
supercargo, dead. Communication be
tween here and llarbadoes Interiuptcd.
Cable communication between Lon
don and Ihe Island of Mai Unique Is
ut off. The Dliect West India Cable
Compaii received at 1 30 this after
muni a cable dispatch fiom St, Lucia
dated today saying:
"Sloop Jm.t leaving for St. Vincent,
inestimably with the objcit of ascer
taining what has happened on thnt isl
and. 1'osslbly took. Cioveiuor Llewel
yn." Comniunicntton is still obtainable
with the Inland of (Juadeloupe. Tienili
West Indies, hut the news is congested
owing to the confusion prevnlllng in
I ho (able system, and the nunicroui
ollli lal messages llled. The lecelpt ol
the first direct lable news fiom .Mar
tinique depends on how lonog the,
1'iench company will take in inpalrlUR
the i able to Port de Fiance, capital ol
the island, on which they are now
The Urltlsh Admiralty Is communi
cating with the commander In chief of
the mulsh naval station and a war
vessel will be dliected to go to Mar
tinique. It I apparent fiom the cable dis
patches reielved that Ihe eniptioii ol
the volinno on Mont Pelee will not do
lrnuli damage to the summer crop,
which Is usually confined to the south-
" p Pa ?a p-b Pa p r m p m m
loot In Guatemala from the saim1 cause.
Covered With Boiling Mud.
London, May 9. A dispatch to tho
Dally Mall from St. Pierre Martinique,
dated Thursday, says that the eruption
of Mont Pelee continues. The Guerln
factory was overwhelmed with boiling
mud on Monday. Twensy-roui persons
a.n known to have been killed.
A dltpatch to the Times fiom St
Thomas, dated Thuisdny, says that
smoke and file from St. Vincent aro
visible from St. Lucia. It Is reported
that the craters on the Island of Doml-
French in lCJ'i, and It Is the largest
town In the French West Indies. The
phue was well built and oeeiiploa a
(onirr.anding position on the Island. It
Is the (enter of eoiumerfe In Ihe dis
tils! In vvtinh it Is United. There Ik
n railroad to Fort Royal, or Foil do
Fiance, the capital,
rhlb lino wai con-
limited In 175.
j ft Pierre Is well known to all who
have iiulnd In Ihe West Indies. Tho
city is the sent of one of the oldest
1 Catholic liiHlltatlons of learning In tho
j Ne-w World. Due of tho sights of tho
place is a botanl al garden of elaborate
em part of the Island, and the gather
ing of which Is now two-thirds over.
However, the wiping out of the monled
population of the Island, centered at
St. Pierre, Is bound to produce the.
most serious commercial effect. Not
one of the buslneFs houses In London
has heard a word from Its agents In
A partner of the principal English
firm dealing with Martinique said to. a
representative of the Associated
"I suppose nil our agents nre dead.
Not much business Is transacted be
tween England and Martinique. Al
most everything thence Is shipped di
rect to llordeniix. which suffers tho
mot. 1 know Martinique well. The
last time I was there, a few years ago,
there were only two Englishmen and
no American residents nt St. Pierre,
though that town did a good business
with America In the way of foodstuffs.
A large proportion of the white popu
lation belongs to the old French fami
lies, who prefer St, Pierre to any other
part of the Island. We never for a mo
ment dreamt that Mont Pelee would
prove clangerouse. FlftJ years ago
some smoke and steam Issued from
Its ercvlcet, but no attention was paid
to IL Unless the lava overrun the
whole Island, whlrh Is not likely, the
disaster may not turn out to be as
great as it at present seems tti be."
(Continued from page 1.)
waid Iwllel. From that point nt lUlit
angles. In line with the north p-iliii of
Sumner's lslnnd. It is propose! io
drccl,.;. a channel fion fuet wide. Tho
ipiiiiniiiiiir ground will extend ti die
middle of the channel, while the O It.
. I. Co. will have the privilege .: the
opposite lde of the channel No c narf
xv til l.e permitted on tho quarantine
h'iI" but en Its side the 1 nil way will
l.avc i(i!,nps5uii feet ou the chii.iul
lor w.iarvcs. i
On the other side or nt right nn -Mi
to llio proposed channel, then- w il lm
i iii.iruutlnv wharf at which the nig.'
net vsscls may He This will extend
in .car the lighthouse and come.tinl.
cutlnn from It to the quarantine 'jiii'd-
lugs v in lie nad by runways
ndlng the passage of nn approprl-l
atlon asked for these Improvements,'
Or Cofer has an Idea that there may
be f 1 5.000 or so of unexpended funds
In the general appioprlatlons of :nst
venr which ma be available for Im
mediate expenditure on the Honolulu
Tlift Alnina ntt-lt,,.! rft .,, nt
nltm.t O.n .'..l. 1, n.l .1... l.n i . .1.'
M,'uv ... u.iun hi.u uutwij ..k cm
Oceanic wharf n thort while later She
tilings n very large number of passen
gers, the full list being us follows-
Mrs. A. W. Adams nnd child. Geo. M.
IJoyd. II. A. Cole, Mils Cole. Miss A.
Couro), Miss Margaret Copeland, Mist
F. C. ele Iloom, r.Ms. Delllngcr. Miss E.
L. llelllnger. Geo. Ellnherg. Thco. D.
Feldon, P. Ferris, Mrs. i:. H. Folsom,
Mrs J. II. Ford. -Mrs. W. C. Glbhardt.
Miss Alice Glllett, M. G. Glass, lien
Goldwate-r. Mrs. r.. L. Goodsell. W. C.
(reeves, Nllss F. Hoffman, Miss II.
iiouman, It. s. Jrvln. Mist Yula Jen
kins. H. Knuth. J. Krutisehnltt Jr.,
Miss M. n. Lewis, 0. F. Little, F. J.
Lowrey, Sherwood Lowrey. H. K. Mc-
Intyre, S, Mnkelor.a. A. Nelson. Mrs.
Nelson nnd child. Mrt. W W. North,
Miss North, M. N. O'Shaughnehsy. .Mrs.
K. K. Pickett, JIIss C. 1). C. Rnmson
W. K. Saner. Mrs. D. It. Sessions. Mlsj
Sessions. Dr. J. It. Shaw. Mrt. F C,
Smith. W. O. Smith. Miss Tnplln. H,
J. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. M. Toplan.
II. Vennemann. Jns. Wakefield. M;
Wakefield and three children. Miss M
J. Watts, G. A Wheeler .Ir Mrs.
Wheeler. II. A Whteler II H Whito
Mrs White, S. Wile.
IHGTi OF Mil
All aliens arriving at Honolulu here
after will have to undergo medical ex
amination before landing The dutlc-s
will devolve on Dr. Cofer, chief quar
antine officer, who Is to hnve addition
al assistance for the purpose. For
merly incoming aliens were mepevud
by the Hoard of Health's poet physi
cian, but the practice ended with the
advent of Fedeial authority on June
14. 1900. Now the Federal proti'ctlve
laws against contagious diseases are
to come Into play here for the first
time. Collet tor E. It. Stacknble. who
Is the chief Immigration officer of tho
poit, on being spoken to about tho
matter today, mentioned tuberculosis
us one of the diseases that would keep
aliens out. IIu coiiblders the Inspection
impoitont here, ror auother thing, on
account of an eyo disease called tra
rhoma to which Japai.cse are peculiar
ly subject. Being contagious it Is most
desirable that this malady should not
gulu a foothold In Hawaii.
Quarantine Island Affair
To Be Amicably Settled
Washington. D. C, May 3. Messrs. W. O Smith nnd F M. Hatch df
Honolulu reached hole Wednesday ol this week nnd are making an effort
io secure ratification by tho general government of the compromise) pio-
losed between the owners ot Quarantine Island lnuds and tho Territory of
Hawaii. The Department ol Justice has received fiom tho United States
Attorney for Hawaii a full statement ot the pioceeillngs Involved In the
ompiomlse, together with statements from the United States Marine Ilos-
The data furnished to tho Department Is sufllclent, It Is believed, to en
iblu It to proceed In settlement of tho controversy with pinspect of speedy
idjiibtnient. It Is understood that the plan ot settlement Involves leaving
v broad passu go from Honolulu Iiuihor towards tho Knlllil basin tor pur
loses of navigation.
Surgeon General Wyman, of tho Marine Hospital Service, is taking nn
ictlve lnteiest In securing adjustment and termination of tho continversy,
is ho deslies to definitely locate n quiwcntlne'tUiitlim und retnln II poimn
neiitl)'. An amendment has been pmposed to Sundry Civil 1)111 npproprlutlng
two hundred thousand dollais for construction of rovonuo cutter for use in
Huwullan waters. J. A. HHL'UKONS.
Weather Ilureau. Punahou, May It
Temperature Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum, 79,
. Ilarometer nt 9 a. in. 30.ll., Steady,
Italnfall 0 02.
Dew Point C0F.
Humidity at 9 a. in. CO per cent.
Diamond 1 1 end Signal Station, May
1C Wcathej hazy; wind fresh NE.
Thursday. Mny 13.
Stmr Nippon Marti, Greene, from
Htmr Iwalanl. (Irecnc, from Koloa.
Trlday, Mny 16.
Str. Wnlalcale, Oieene, from Kauai
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, fiom Kauai
Am, bk. Mnuna Ala, Smith, 21 dayt
from San Francisco.
Am. bkt. S. O. Wilder. Jackson, 21
days from San Francisco, at 1 p. m,
Thursday. Mny 13.
Stmr James.Makee, Tullett, for Ka
pan and Annho'a.
Stmr. Mlknlmla, Clregory, for Kauai
Stmr. Mnui. llennett, for llonomti.
Trlday, May 16.
S. S Nippon Mnru, Greene, for thi
Orient, at 11 a. m.
Str. Mauna Lon. Slmerson, for La
hatnn. Maalaen, Kona and Kan ports,
Tor Kauai ports, per stmr. Mlknhala,
Mn 15 -F Ciay. Mrs. J. W Chnlmer.
W II S hoaft. F. O Urouth. Tama
mom. M A Itego May tSonnles. J.
A. cjonsalvcs. IMw. Gonsalves.
For Maul and Ilawnll ports, per stmr.
Ma'inn Lon, May 1C. Mrs, W. 11.
Kodcers Master Schofleld. Joua Kil
ninln and vvlic. Jnmes Cowan, It. K.
Mnnr.rd .1. A. Magulre, "F. Giecn
well, It. A. McWnne. Harry Keen,
Geo. Clark. A. A. Ileuson. F. Lons,
Mi 8. llnrtf.'ld. Miss M. llartfeld, O.
II HoUerison. W. J. Dyer, Mrs. G.
I. C'loss Mrs A MeWayne. two chl I
tli'.n and servant. Miss Llllie Robert
son. Miss II I. Jnmes and two chil
dren. J. D. Paris. Master Paris. Leo
tlin, Sam Kelll and J W. Kualmoku.
PEW ITS RIGHTS
J. .1. Dunne and H W llreckons at
tornes for Hawaiian Tiamwns Co.
this morning tiled the answer of that
.orporatlon to the complaint of James
II. Bod. Superintendent of Public
Works, for nn Injunction to compel It
to leiuove girder rails from King
The de'endant claims thai Its char
ier granti-d by the Legislature of Ha
waii Involved a contract uetween the
Kingdom of Hawaii nnd Itself, ami that
said charter und contiact hnve been
confirmed to it by the constitution and
luws of the I'nlted State.
It contends that such charter gave
It the privilege of constructing and
operating an el'-ctrlc street railway In
Honolulu, also that of using electric
motive power on Its traens. It ad
mits maintaining girder rails and re
fusing to remove thTn on the order of
the Superintendent of Public Works.
The rails It admits constitute some lit
tle obstruction to travel, yet main
tains that the public u-e of the streets
In subject to its chartered rights.
Senator Ilannn has a ciinuer set of
twelve plate", originally made for the
Austrian Emperor. The decoratfon of
ench plate Is a fae-slnule of some
t anions painting
It's Just This Way
Ton may go on straining your eyes
I we can't help you In our advertising
j we can warn yen, but It's only In a
personal way we can do you any good.
If you wait tor tho serious trouble
ou rauat take? the serious conse
quences. The sooner, thr- easier. In eye care.
Prot-Tly adjusted glasses our l;!nd
will relieve minor eye troubles that,
neglected, become major, nnd often se
rious ones-. We are experts In reliev
ing eje strain.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
.Over May &. Co.
W. & M Ltd, W. &
A word or two about some
that have just arrived.
For Wont Column Sec Page Six
I MARRIED iJd going to San I'inncls
I co wlxlit'-. .o ravel as lady's maid
or ntirno ul. .-.peaks French, Ger
i man and nmcl.sli Appl) to tlulletln
I office, King St 21l9-3t
FOUND Vi f.ir ilicle, same can be
had by proviig propel ty and paying
for thin id Bull-tin office.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN TH.E . IReJ'Jir COl'HT OF THE
First Circuit. T -rrltury or liawull. Dlaf
i.. Sorenson v.- Fianka St. Clair So
renson T'ira oii'iimons I Stamps.)
The Terrltor, t Hawaii To (Tie High
Sheriff of rb Tt"-iter of Hawaii or
his i.eputr !'.. ol.eiut ot the Island of
Oalitt. or n.n IKp'if You nie com
manded t n-iminou Franka St. Clair
Sounson n-fon-Mnt. In ense she shall
tile written uns! within twenty days
nuer seni e h"ieot, to be and appear
before tin hi.iI C li cult Court at the
Mny TerTii hei")f. to be holdcu at Hq
noliilu. Island of Oahu, on Monday, the
r.th day of Mt;- net, nt 10 o'clock n.
m. to hIuiw cause why the claim of
Olnf L. &orfi'n. Plaintiff, should not
be awarded to dim pursuant to the
tenor ol liln -inneM-d Libel for HI-
Ivoree. And you are commanded to
have you then there this writ with full j
return of your piuceedlngs theieon. J
WITNKtla H.m A. S. Humphreys.
First Judge f the Cireult Comt ol the
First Circuit it Honolulu, tins 4th
day of April I idi.
H T S1MONTON.
Terrltoii ol H.i ji all. Island of Oahu.
1 hereby 'erNfy that the foiegolng
Ir a full friM jm! conect copy of file
original siamnoiis In sard cause, and
that the .aid t.'nurt ordoied publlea-
I lion in cm- nitn.i- uuu i ouiiuiiaiii'i' uc
said cans.- unrtl the next August, a.
'I). 190; T-ira t this Couit.
I Clerk ol 'lie inuft Court of the First
I Circuit ""-iiii-ory of Havrull.
1 2149 Ma) 'n. 2J :;i); June i!. IS. 20.
IN THE ( ' VI IT COUItT OF THE
Mrst Clrc.if Territory of Hawaii.
i hose Rnilrm,trk vs. Elmel End'ermnrk.
term Bunuwitia (Stamps.) The Ter
ritory of Haw nl To the High Sher
iff" of the Terrl-orv of Hawaii, or his
Deputy, the Phe-riff of the Island of
Oahu. or tils O-niity. You nre com
manded t' volition Elmel Endcrmark,
Defendant la a,.- he shall fife writ-
ten nniwer within twenty days alter
sen Ice hereof to Ik' and appear be
fore i.io nnld Circuit Court at the May
.erm thereof 'o be holden nt Honolu
lu. Island of Oahu on Monday, the 5th
day of Ma; n-xt at 10 o'clock a. m
to show cause why the claim of Hose
Endermark Plaintiff, should not be
awarded hi hr pursuant to the tenor
of her annex -d Petition. And have
you then ft.-- -his Writ with full re
turn of yoi.r pioi -edliigH thereon.
WITNESS hin A. S. TTuinphreys,
Flist Jndgrf .)f the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit ir Honolulu, this 14th
day of Aprt' lOj.
N GEORGE LUCAS.
Territory of "avail. Island of Oahu,
I hereby certify that the foiegolng
Is a full, tru- ami correct ropy of the
original numtinins In sultl cnuse, ana
that the Raid f.'jiut ordered publica
tion of th -.am" and coiitlnunnce of
said cniiBe until the next August, A.
I). 1902, Ti-rm or this Couit.
A G KAULUKOU
Clerk of thr- Circuit Court of inc First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
2149 Ma In V.i. On; Juno fi, 13, 20,
Wo nre no 1,1 .-lug especial atten
tion to cateriug tu Tainlly Parties, Ho
eeptlons, W-Mingi etc., and tho suc
cess that I1.1-1 attended" our efforts to
p'ense. togntIii with our reputation
Tor serving Hi- best that tho maiket
."life ids, Is a MiiTMeut guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display of the
b'tter grade of BAKERY GOODS nnd
ilno CHOCOLATES and DON BONS
'er put on exhibit here, wo nlso car
iv HUYLriTS CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA 1 ES anil BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
The Bulletin, li cents ptr month.
M Ltd, W. & M Ltd,
TIicbo are Amerlccin made curtnlns copied
lifter pntternH from the tamoua Iooiiih of
Nottingham. Wo were nutonlnliecl jjrcntly nt
the vnltiCH, TIiohc of you with curtain wonts
will probably be more surprised than we were
when you sec the prices.
It you nre a woman with thoughts of home
decorating, ask to be shown liny, or nil, of the
following numbers l
N Inches, Yards.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
Frederick Warde !
and his distinguished organiza
tion, who will present the fol
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Saturday MAY 17 Matlnco
Saturday MAY 17 Night
Tuesday-MAY 20 Night
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
PrnraTin fur oilier hcrlormaiKM will
It dul uutiouiKTil. ttirtain nijttiH nt
bpin liarp CftfrUgc ma b onicrnl
Cmnp'cte Scenic Prmluclioin, armour,
rmtunti, rlc , hik-cUII h roue lit lor ciuh
pJa AUu.Mr WanlcRotljjfituI iup(Mrt
Inn cinntMn) Inrludiii); Mnn t'liatle
1 Herniati, Uarr Juhustnitc II(V ".
Partn, Trancis I MtGlim. Joint V.
lltir. Mlw ,utiuiirlte Alitofi, Virginia
Ire Trnictitt, Ma) Wardc Allrcii Per
tHlf, ami 15 other
SCAI.K Ol' PRICKS I'lithe l.mer
tlr J 1 sot Kamil) Circle. vrtt Irnut
rtm f I ( lj;e Jiotm lloxr Jn
Kejcular ftaleul tkketx ihw ikmi at Wall,
.Vliliot Co XoScatOieM aMer n oMixt
A the tli ul the (terlorinaine unles paUl
nvery evening during the week except
and at the
Souvenir Saturday Matinee
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
NEW YORK JAY BY DAY
O "rheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PniCES J5c and 25c.
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, Ametlcan and Ku
roppan Plan, i:cellcnt
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Uest of Surf Hathlng nnd
Canoeing all the joar
loiind. Hot und Cold Wa.
ter llathh Ilouffet, Liv
ely. TJlei'tilc Mghts.
L. II UKC, Proprietor.
Itlug up llione Ited 71.
65 Queen St.
On SATURDAY, MAY 17th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, GS Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction Threo Two.
HorBo Drays, Ono ltnkcry Wagon and
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, MAY 17,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, CS Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction a quantity
of White Leghorn Chickens all In gocd
Jas. F. Morgan,
lii Auction Sale
ON MONDAY, MAY I9lb
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, Orphcum block, Port
street, I will sell at Public Auction the
lestatirant laiown ns the Ulmu Lunch.
The placo In allowing a good profit.
Hero Is a chance to make a nlco In
come on a small Investment.
Joh. F. Morgan,
OG QUEEN STREET.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 20tlT,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. !kf.
At my salesroom, 63 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction n number of
New Steel Safes.
JAS. I'. MORGAN.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 2011),
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At ruy salesroom, fi5 Queen stret, I
will sell at Public Auction a very large
quantity of tho following goods:
lailor Goods, Cottonades, Prints,
Dress Goods, Flannelettes, Drltls,
Drown Cottons, TilauKets, Shocy, .
Felt and Straw hats. Valises, '
Rugs, Etc. Etc.
These are all now goods.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE J!
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Prlvnto Sale,
premises on llerctanla street, adjoin
ing resldenco of C. Hustaco Esq,; 131)
feet on Ilcrctanla street, 171 feet
deop; prlco 9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
anto on mortgage 71 1.2 per cent.
SECOND Premises' 259 Klnail St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontago on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth of H2 feet.
Dwolllng comprises threo Ilodrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Ilatli,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-half caBh; balance on
n ortgngo at 7 1-2 per cent not. Tho lot
has a right of way entranco to TJero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad.
Joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
' Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cbbIi, balance on
n'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
rlglU of way to Derctania St.
Further pnrtlculais of
JAS. F. AlORGAN,