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RVENIXd UULLBTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., miDAY, ArniL 27. 1106.
Published Kveiy I)i Hxcept Sumla,
at 120 King SiiCi r Ilunoltilu,
T II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FAHRINGTON Editor
llhKjnil ut Ihi' PiihIiiIIh 111 Ileum
nnltilu nt w i ond las tnatti r
Payable In Advance.
Per month, nnyw herein t! S .$ .75
PT quarter, nnvwhere In H. S . 2 00
Per ) car, un) where V. H 8.00
Pcr)ear, postpaid foreign 11. 00
Six months $ .r.O
Per ) car, nnyw here In V. S 1.00
Pcrjcnr, postpaid. fort'lRii .... 2.00
Territory ot Hawaii, )
County of Oahu. )
C (1. Doners. limine Manager
of tho iii'i.i.i:tin pi'iilishing
COMPANY LIMITKI). being first duly
nworn, on oalli. deptnes and bh)h
That the following In n true nml cor
rt'ft statement nf circulation for the
week ending Friday, April TWEN
TIETH, 1900, nf the t).ill nml eekly
IMHIniiH nf (lie livening 1 till Ift In
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, April 14 2435
Monday, April 16 . . . 2264
Tuesday, April 17 . . . . 2215
Wednesday.Aprll 10 . . ..0210
Thursday, April 19 . ... t002
Friday, April 20 8326
Average Dally Circulation . . .4575
Circulation of the Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, April 17th, 1906 2382
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone ...1068
Combined guaranteed average
nui i.irri.v I'riii.isiiiNO co., ltd
c. a ltonu's.
Subst rlliod and sworn to ho
lure me this 21st day of
lSi:ALl April. IB'ifi.
P. II. Ill'RXr.TT.
Notary Ptibllr. First Jiidlcl.il Circuit.
APRIL 27, lnuii
Uovciuur P.iidcu ih'c.I nut l.itk foi
popularlt) wbll he continues dcd.il
Iiik public IiuI1iIp)h.
Out of tho wreck comes muitlier story
thai Hi- 1IK' power U wnnliiK. Al
the inic It bus bun k'Jum li'il going foi
I hi- I mi six inunlhs, It should br mm
President Itiiorcvclt h.ts becomu
nroiistil tu lln Importance of a proper
defense of tbo Paclilu Coast, nml thu
ttli ct on Congress of a special mcssiiRij
will be nwulted with no little Interest.
Illght thousand iarlnjils of good
tounds large enough to convince lli-
most pcsMmlstlt that San Ki ancisi u
lijsiiuiption of business will bo time!
solely by the ability of the rullio.ids to
handle order uf tho mciihauts.
Will the Honolulu i:enlliR niillctlli
J lease tell us what a lime initio Is In
It dltTcrcnt from our lime tiuurrles heie
In Maine' Water Hie- (Me. Sentinel.
It Is the work of millions nf total
builders, not now controlled I)J a lime
Ciamps' Ktalement tint our Govern
incut diirliiK ihe last ten )enrs spent
iiinie In hu)lug fnrtlgu ships than Ij
now nuked to subsidize ships iindei
our in llag ought to ton hue Hie lii
li'linr ntuteliien whoso nigiimenl la
"What's the use?"
Speedy rcitoratlon of the ht Pinn
els Hotel and the Call building Indicates
that the uichltccts nud builders huvo
conquered earthquakes mure complete
ly than Hies. We shall probably find
that tho skysqrui.er bus m more sol
Ions enemy despite tho cIToits at Urn
When the smoke of Korc-iu clem
rney lias .leared unny the aciiiKe lai
man uoujd be pleased lu know whether
It Is the iiiblom of. the legal frutcit.ItV
to defend men on tbo order of tho
Court and then write u letter to Ui
Executive statins that the persons do
lt ruled should bane.
Ten acies that would make an cxi cl
ient private park must also bo attrac
tive to the public. If all our present
public parks could boast that area w It It
wtiter facilities, thrown lu w hhquhl
i (insider the clt) most fortunate. The
nsffitlutloii uf historic ground Is not
to be thought of lightly
On what have the leproteiitallvrs ol
the people been feeding tint they do
nuiiui'c ' lu tho sweet innbopo" iib ills
ciiiit(cniH lo mi august Super Ibtiilul
nsmubl)? Whllo jib tin cMtie lau
(.uiiRe prevails uniting nu'inlieiti of t lij
llu'inl we ceo no oiiaslou for i nlliii out
(.thcr language Hint Is not Mil) print
able but i.ppauntly vciy miuh to the
point. An AmcrlLtin coininuiilt) can
njwnys contemplate a slight tiuio.iih
Iijent on pnuilcioiis dignity with inorr
ballsfuitlon than Hid dlgnlt)
THOSE POLICE CHARGES
U'iiII lnilmlgntion of the cliarK'3
Hlade by the morning pijur regardln.'
cruel tre-itmeiit of pilsners In the
Police Department In lugs 11 respond)
tmit Is not tttirpilslug.
''I ho stall ments nie found to bu nlisn
lulely without foundation. Twu lu
stances of broid and proillgito cbaige)
vvqiti taken up nml found to possess aj
much Until us Is usually found lu tb"
prtjiidlieil statements of the papu lu
When tho contemptible cluracter ol
n Journiil's atlltudo Is so well estuL
llaliid no extended comment U net in
Mir. Politically tho Incident Is a
cll deserved boomeiuiiK. The cl
incut uf manhood and chic decency
Ijis heth notable only by Us complctf
THINK IT OVER
Attention of this paper h.i lieu,
iiulcd to tile ptupuscu sail ot Hie old
Ijiiccn i.nunii place near the Nutinnu
it'ii icon lor Hie purpose uf stnliiri
Hi. sale n mo liisiu.li. kiuiiikU until
bull lime us its nviiiliiliiiit) lor park
ma tic mole fully discussed.
I Ins papu is iliuiiniKliiy In ni
;mi:h Willi am plan mat will picseivd
mii ,b Kiiiiiiiun loi mo use ot the pcu
unit situ o tills tu'atUl has lOiid lip.
i iieiieve it at icisl navlsuble lor tuo
AC IHUfl llllllv III till. lllltlMllUllll lit
( I ii Us tu go otei the uiuuiul and en-
ileatui lo uiituili ol iliape public ben
I'ail. area lo far mi tbo allev may
e-'iii loci mi out uf town at the pre
en time We miift leaiembci, uuw
ocr. that Honolulu u uue tu uio.v
uui-ol-umii lo.in) will bu tlie 111 -town
of tomorrow. Let enough time elapse
lor tins proposition ju uu mil) uu.
Viiiised beiuie Hie lulid !s tin lied otei
lu l 1 vaie owueislilp
liouoliilii should not be In the posi
tion ol tin) iiik l"H K in suiue luiiiii
uuy more land lor a pillule purK.
SUGGESTIONS ON TEMPERANCE
.Siinir highly sensible relict tluns on
the iiiue.ihe ji Hi nil Ki'lllit'XH ale pill)
iIriiiiI in Hie LiikIMi section of 'A
I.IIK lil.nle 111" lllinl I'urtllttllC'iH wtl
1 I in-) lollon
I he i'll ol ilriinkeniieKs Is ouo uf
Hie crrutesi puz.l("4 of legislative
linn. If u man has not Hie mur
nl stieiigth to inntiol h) llilrit,
lie will never lest till lie Hilda tho
means to quench it. Thirst be
lumes bit passion whli h, as a wild
hcast cries out ror food and Is nov
el satlstlcd The more It sets, the
mole It wains Put obstacles In
bin wa) he will work to remove
the m nml lr he cannot succeed at
this ho will walk around them i.o
us to inai h his cud.
lat the law pruvldo high llcciit,'
.mil feu snliMins for the sale of
liquor, the Hilist) man will put
his mind to work in urder tu reach
the objcil of his passion Such
laws will put a high pieinliim ou
bc HI dlstlllltiK mid Kclllng and
evin If n few people are taught lit
this and punished b) Hie olllctra
of the law nevertheless this busl
ncrB will continue to nourish as
long as there are thirsty people.
Pleach tetnicrnnce sermons you
will do some good to a few who
wish to Httcn to i on.
Turn the sharp points of the
Invv against the indiscreet seller,
who In many Instant is tan h
made lespoiiKlhle foi the diiiuktn
ness of n't tain Individuals. 11 is
li"xt to Iniioc.illilc to improve mat
ti in. Iie.-auee ibrriv Is it light :;oini;
on against n passion that makes
people blind of that blliiduesi.
which Is the -wotst of all-Hip
blindness of those who do not
want to sic.
It Is almost hut not qulto lmpotslblo
to Improve matters. Temperance can
not be established by law. The leg
islature can control the liquor trade.
Public sentiment mimt control temper
ance intieasliig tempcrBiuo sentiment
Is the v.oik of months, cars ami gen
eiatluus. The truiiblo with somo uf
the cnthii8!asis la their anxiety to wipe
out whiskey and Its allies before the
gieat majority have made up their
minds that they arc ready to upset a
temperate alliance with tho tup thai
Let tho law be what It may. tho tn
fonenicnt will nut go licjond the de
mands of nverngu public opinion Con
sequently the thief field for the nctlvitr
uf the enthusiast Is obvious.
'Women and men nro vciy much
alike In one respect," said tho homo
glow 11 philosopher. "What's tho an
swer?' queried Hie Inexperienced
)oulli "Men," explained the philoso
phy dispenser, "lie about the fish they
didn't catch and women He about tho
men :hey could havo married had they
wanted to." Chicago News.
Tor three years u hospital hag been
In existence at Ilromley, near Uindon,
where only a fruit diet Is allowed to
the patients, nml where during that
time there, have been only two dentlm
among the live hundred patients who
I have received treatment Tho Institu
tion Is known ns the Lady Margaret
ctneic ... maun Mount.
Tj twVlfTMtKT tNUIIAMf ACCNTI
Kaplolanl Park Addition, Monsarrat
200 ft. Frontage
Best view In Tract. Lots graded
ready for building, Low price for
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET8.
The following enble masiage wan
teeelved this morning by Mrs Harry
Mndnrline, front her sister Mrs Hen
ry I'uster Dm. on, dated at llurllngnmo.
"Safe. Postponed sailing."
Until .Mr. and Mrs. Dutton had book
ed on the Mongolia, due hero next
week, for n visit of ncvcrnl vvieke
with the Mntfarlanes, after which
they were going on an extended tour
of the world. The recent disaster has
apparently alteicd their plans.
J. S. Martin this morning received
a cable announcing the safely of his
wife and daughter, now In Oakland.
At tho lime of the earthquake they
were lesldlng at 1719 Washington
street, below Van Ness nvemie. In tho
district which sulTcreil so greatly by
In it 'irlvate cablegram to n friend.
II W Lake, formerly manager of the I
Young Hotel, states that he has lust ,
eveiylhlni; In the earthquake, but that I
Il- .lllll III?. llllllllJ till- nun-, Hi; iii(i
eniplti)e,l In Sin rrnncUto. managing
n leinllntr cafe nf that cltv
he Mid his family me safe, lie was
ti. ..,..,- l- --I.,,, ,lll .!.
tomorrow 'at noon for San Kraut Isco.
by way nt Illlo. and has aecomnioda
tlons for some, drst-ilass passengers.
She will not lake mall, as she will
arrive at her destination behind tho
time Hip Doric Is scheduled to nrrivo
there. She Is one of the Matson boats
nml will probabl) load for her tetiirn
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr. 26. 190G,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
i:imlrn M Johnson nml bsb et nl to
Henry P llaldwln
vviiiiiiKU sugar co 10 1; ijrcncr
1. ,1 .',','",".'.",' '.'.' ML'.i
awn Trust Co Ltd. by Hegr.. Notice
iiciijaiiiiu wiiKiiiH uiiii iti tu Clar
ence O. White I)
Welaknlll Knonohl and wf lo Clar
ence (1. White I)
I'liiuiii I'lipuita nun wi lu wiurcucu
O. White 15
Kail Kaauamo et nl to Clarence (I
Walkaloa Oplo to Clarpiicp 0. While. I)
A McCain1 and wf lo II Wnterhoitso
Entered far Record Apr. 27, 1906,
From 3 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
J 11 Castle and wf to Akonl Kahclc. .1)
Peter C Jones, Ltd, lo Allco J
C .1. r nH.t... ... ltlllln.( tl
Tr Co ltd Tr Mt 1 . .V . . i,-m---'-' ,-'l uvut-iui uium qun k inyii
Iniiies I' WiMlbrnol and wf to Annie "" "'. V". . ""'" " "''11 ,lra' " friends was n marked rnr.it
T if t'.irker Ii ""trlllo.i It Is not so good for n weak On being ndvnnied ufler leav
11 r Jinre, -in.i wVinAmiln' T Vf i'n'r. '0"iatl'. and lifef Is hitter bccatiHo It Army of Ihe Tennessee heat 01
IlLHarMandivftoAnnlcl k I nr- , kwpi, away ,llulgcr Mi?op , wl MIOt., si.ernmti ami HlicrlUau
.iiiHuniu (I i-iibihk I' ' iiiiuiii 11 1 1
Pnallp Tr Itel I)nwprl0al
HOUSES TO LE'l
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
JRENT and COMPANY
Tuesday, May 1st.
AT 0 O'CLOCK, WE WILL PLACE ON SALE A CONSIDERABLE QUANTITY OP
WHITE and PLAIN COLORED
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
at prices that will clear them out with a rush.
While the offering Is large, do not put the matter off till late In the day, but come early If you would have a good
celectlon In all tines.
WHITE WASH GOODS.
Plain Piques 6-yds. $1.00
Fancy Plquea 20c.
Fancy Pique 60c.
Mercerized Madras 20c.
Btsket Weave Madras 50c.
Satin Finished Madras 35c.
Satin Finished Madras 35c.
Striped Wash Chiffon
India Llnon, 8 pieces of 24 yards eich, being a sam
pie line that we will asll far less than actual value. Vic
torla Lawn, 3 pieces ditto.
BLACK WASH GOODP.
Basket Weave Madras
COLORED WASH GOODS.
Cotton Pongee, Navy 50c,
Cotton Pongee, Pink , 50c.
French Oroandlc, Red 25c. C
French Organdie, Pink
Tan India Llnon
LACES (by the yard)
Cotton Torchon 5c. to 25c.
Narrow French Val., Edge and
Insertion 5c. to
Asst. Band Insertion, White
and Ecru 10c. to
Odd Lots Wide Val. Edging.. 10c. to
Black Loco Insertion, 3Vi to
6 Inch 25c. to
EH LERS GOOD GOODS
Members of the Governor's ltcllef
Committee met for a few minutes yes
terday afternoon In the Dank of Ha
waii and adjourned, without accom
plishing an) thing, until Monday morn
Ing at 9 o'clock. When the eominltleo
meets Monday It will Inko under con
Rlderntlon tho additional remittances
of funds for San t'ranrlsco, It will
decide how mid when the money In to
be t'ansmltted. It Is imihiIIiIc that tho
Venlurn will have reached her desti
nation by Hint time, and a wire from
Mr. Morgan may nld the committee lu
ilelct mining; what in do,
Simple Diet Basis
mAj Ua.UUI"1' oi "encrni urunts uiriu t
UOOQ ncalin suppose wo all agrco that tho Silent
. leader's fame leBta mainly on his
Washington, April 8 -"It Is not only 'J-1"1- ," solt"" , Still, while n mil
necessary for millionaires to Mve on '".ft 'Zrk'e
blown bread and other nutritious Banc In nil things,
foods, but for tho poor as well," said u may be taken for n fact, I assume.
Professor Harvey Wiley, the (lovcrn- that ever) one Is familiar with thtf
uieni cnemisi nnti ioou experi. lonigni.
when tequested to discuss thin subject
In connection with the fact that J.
Plerpont Morgan, Lord Mllner nml Al
lied licit diet nnoii brown bread, fish
and vcri tables In London He ton
tinned "It Is not ncccsrary from a health
f-tandpoltit, hut because such simple
. . . ii
''"o Is good for n man nml will innl.u
I11"11 liraltliy. All of these foods mo
tlllltrltltlllS and BllPldy the body With
I1'10 ,,,eI "pessary to prolong life and
,.. ,,.,.lu ..u..liii. in.-, ....nun. me
simple nutriment necessnry to rcplcn-
Ish the tissues which waste nvvay.
"Ucef, graham bread and potatoes
iMuime ii inn which m kuuu iw inu my entire satisfaction with what uu
mllllonalro nml the pauper. This Is havo done up lt this lime, so far ns I
tomparallvely a cheap und wcll-bcl- nndersland It The particulars of our
anctd ration, containing all the ele- ',nns I ncllhcr know nor seek lo know,
ments of nutrition net friary lo sustnla yon aro vigilant and self-reliant: nml.
life This diet does not ret tinimcnd It- pleased wth this. I wish not to ob
telf because, of Its cheapness, hut lie- trudc any constraints or icslraluls up
taiise It Is wholcsomp. It Is especially on )ou. If there Is aiijlhlns
pood for persons who, by reason cir.Wnntliig which Is wllhlti my power to
..aVIug eaten great varieties of foods civn. ,! ,,nt fnll in lni n.. immr 11
.. and drunk loo much wine, have worn
''out their digestive npparatus and do
lhnt nimlnillntn ihelt- f..,l
11. 11 iii-vca-
lo return to n
'iry for Mich persons
fcnl),0 ()cl ',, H ,,
mple diet and It does not matter
whether the person Is J. P .Morgan or
n beggar-tlio food I have recommend-
rd will put him Into good phi steal con-
n.on' ... ....
11 was simple ioou mat was intcnucu
by nature that man should cat. Of
comse fish coubl l.e substituted for
beef, as has been done In .Morgan's
taso. but. In my Judgment, beef Is bet-
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published Jn the Saturday Dulle-
tl.'. and the.Wrtkly Edition, gives. a
a.Usiklu rrfltlnn n,
if.r 1. mil im firvi nil ii.iiiifii.il. nil it.tiir ...........I ... . ....
1 concise ana cDrnttiem returned of Jrtl e.'flhd him Iblg 'cnojgla for tho purpose
notices, calls for tenders, ludo.
ments, building 'permits and real et-1
tto transaction!. Evening Bulletin, motto of tne (irant clan was "Stand
75J Pf month. Weekly Bulletin, Fust" In the battlo of the Wilderness
SI per ysr. an olllcer suggested that It might Im
. . 1 prudent to rcmovo hcadquartcra from
fjeme men would leave a lako to an exposed point The General respond
drown (hoi r sorrow In a beer vat. oil: "It strikes me It would bo better
It Is human nature to btl a bigger
rlrctis (linn )ou ran show-.
Narrow Edge and Insertion.... 5c. to
Nrrrow and Medium, Beading
and Insertion 5c. to
Assorted Widths, Edging and
Insertion t 10c. to
Swiss Insertion and Beading ..15c. to
Assorted Edgings 20c. &.
Medium Edgings ,.,.20c. to
Wide Insertions 15c. to
Swiss Edgings 35c. to
Applique Insertions and Fancy
Bcadlngs ...35c. to
Wide Swiss Edging DOc. to
Widest Swiss Edgings , 75c. &.
Shadow Work Insertion
62 dozen yards ...
E5 dozen yards ...
40 dozen yards . ..
100 dozen yards . ..
34 dozen yards .. .
0 dozen yards ....
German Vsl. Edging
4 Inch Val. Edging ..
3 Inch Val. Edging . .
2'j Inch Val. Edging
2 inch Val. Insertion
Val. Beading, asst. ..
6 for $1.00
6 for 1 00
G for 1.00
2jC. to Cc.
Black and White Embroider
ed Chlllon $2.00
Black Embroidered Chiffon. .$2.00 to $3.50
Black Tucked Chiffon 3.50
25c. 2VjC to 10c.
5c. to 50c.
TIMELY REMINDERS FFOM
LIFE OF GREAT ilUN
HIS COURACE IN DATTLE AND IN
ILL-HEALTH SOME OF HIS
DE8T SAYINGS APPEAR-
I Honolulu, T II., April 27, 1900.
' IMItur livening llullelln Dear Hit.
The "Hen. tlrant Well" nnccdoto In
,our paptr of last evening Just nattir
.all) reminds me that this Is the until-
Memoirs of Ornnt and various blog
raphlcs of the great soldlcr-cltlzcn It
may be well, however, on this day and
nt a period Hearing half n century dis
tance from his most notable activities
to present some familiar views of him.
In a letter to Uitrnsldc, dated July
27, 1803, "A. I.lnioln" said; "(ieneral
Ornnt la a copious worker and lighter.
but a v
cry iiicigcr writer or telegraph-
"A. I.lnrolll" nt Hip Hum llin Pti.t nf
the rebellion was about lo begin, wrote
lo -i.ieuiciiani ucncrni uranr , (April
30, 1804): "Not expecting lo see iiu
ngaln before the snrlu cnmii.tlcn
opens, 1 wish to express In this vvay I
'And now, wllh a brave army nml a Just
cause, may Hod sustain you."
J t'crsonal appearance; When (Irani
came from the west to tnko 1 miinminl
of the cu.nnn men .-inmrutmr itm
1 Army ot the Potomac and allied forces
or bodies ho was thus described: "Slim
figure, slightly slooncd. five feet, eight
linches In height weighing but 1S5
.pounds and of 11 modesty of meln and
gentleness of manner which seemed
to fit him moio for Ihe court than tho
eamp" President Lincoln was tight
Inche tulip,- ibnn Heneml tir.mt.
Ily lo his
latter Secretary .Stanton said: "The
olllcer )ou have brought 011 from the
West to handle your cavalry Is rather
a little fellow" Sheridan weighed thru
U6 pounds Oruut replied; "you will
. heforo we vet Hirouiih with him"
Ornnt was of Scotch nncistry and tho
to order up some artillery and defend
the present location"
Gen Sherman: "(Irant seemed al-
rice. Sale Price.
15c. 2 for 5e.
20c. 3 for 10c.
35c. 2 for 15c.
25c. 2 for 15c.
11.00 25c. & 35c.
LACES (by the doien)
Narrow French Val. Edge and Insertion.
Usual Price. Sale Price.
. 25c. to 35c. 10c. Doz.
35e. to 75c. 25c. "
. 65c. to SOe. 40c. "
.$1.00 to $2.25 50c. "
1 1 25 to 2.50 75c. "
. 8.50 1.50 "
$2.50 to $5 50 $1.00 to $1.50 "
16 Patterns, various kinds
All over Laces $1.00 to 4.50 25c. to $1.00
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE TAVORITE TAMILV MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. OET THE DEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
CHAFING DISHES '
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Clicsls
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT RJM THE FACTORY. 8TILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
California will probably not ship
mutes to Hawaii for a long time,
as she will need every draught ani
mal she has. Better get some of
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ways pretty certain to win when he
went Into 11 light wllh iiiDthlng Ilk
equal numbers. I believe the cblc
reason why he was more siiiressftil
than others was that while vvn were
thinking so much about what the en
emy was going to do, (Irant was think
lng all tho lime about whnt he wits go
ing lo do himself"
When on his death-bed, racked by
the tortures of Insomnia, perhaps (ien
eral (Iraut's only cumplalut wus: "It
reems strange thut I, who .ihvavs slept
so well In the Held, rliuuld mm pns.i
whole nights In the tpilct of this peace
ful house without being able to close
Some of the fienc.'alM famous say
IPI'.s: "Accident often decides tho falu of
"I shall tale no backward step." '
"I'piopoie lo light It out on this lino
If It takes all summer."
"I havn become tired of this eliov7
business." (Cutting short a visit to
"I propoao to move Immediately up
on )Oiir wonc.'
"Push tho enemy wllh till our
might. That's the way to connect."
"Rebel armies nre now the odly stra
tegic points to strike nl."
"The moment It becomes certain that
an nssault cannot succeed, suspend the
'"I he only wny lo whip tin army Is lo
So out nml light It."
"Wherevtr the enemy goes, let our
tKKJpH go nl "
"No; but there aio gentlemen. '
When u camp guest proposed to tell n
ploty of the soit: "'Iheie are no ladles
present." Tho "storj" was not told.
"lkt no guiltv man kspal'k."
"I.i:t ps havi: pi:aci:."
A soldier who leiirncd that (Irant
wis nvcrso to swearing und never used
an oath: "Thar's one thing sartln;
the 'old man' never ilruv mules."
"Yes; Sheridan U an Improvement
upon somo of his predccessois In the
valley or Virginia. They demonstrated
the truth of tho military principle that
11 commander can generally ret real uue
tessfully fioni almost any position If
he only starts in time''
'"Ihe war is over;tho rebels me our
Prom U. S. Grant, Lieutenant Oen
cinl lo Hon. II. M. Stanton, Secretin)'
of War: "(Icnernl Lee surrendered the
army of Northern Virginia this after
noon on terms pioposed by myself."
General Grant was a great and a
good man and his service to his coun
try Mauds second to that or no other
Individual In Ihe list ot American cit
izens who have championed liberty and
(il CLUB CONCERT
II IHE 1 SATURDAY
Tho Iloyal Kav.alhnii (11 Club
given n concert nt tho KuliuuM Zoo
lomoriow afternoon, ns follows:
Intel mezzo: "Feather Queen" ....
Mubcl McKinli y
Selection: "Honolulu Turn Hoy" .
Selection: "Walntao". ..MaJ. Kealakal
Selection: "I I tjtitil til 11 Hula Hula
High" Knlpu Aca
Seletttlou: "Just a Pluln American
Selection: "Coino Along Little Hlrl"
J. II. Mullen
St-lei Hon: "Wulklkl M0111111I1I" ....
Selection: "Maul" Kupu
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