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EVRMixo nuLurrm. noNoi,ut,u. t. h., fiuday. oct. c, iooc.
Hawaiian Flrat Degree.
Alt vtattlnir mnmhiirl nt th
order are cordially Invited to a
tend meetings of, local lodgea.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O. F.
Mecti every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. 0. O. F. Uafl. Fort street.
K. 11. HENUHY. Secretary.
c. o, liorTEU n. a.
All vlelttrg; bro'.hers yory cordially
' MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuosday evening at
7:30 o'rlock In K. of P. Hall. Kllir
street. VUItlne lirothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITKHKADi C 0.
F. WALDHON, K.R.B.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday cvenlrg at
K. I'. Hall. Kins street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Mystla Lodjc, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Ktnley Lodge, No. 8, and YisllltiK
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. IIOND, 0. 0.
A. 9. KKNWAY. K.R.I.
61H, . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, B. P. O. K.,
will meet In tbclr hall. m Mlllor
and Berctanla atroets, every Friday
By order ot the 5. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
H. B. MURRAT, K.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. , K-ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:iO o'tlook. In K. o( P. Hall, King
r.rset. visiting oroiuers coraiauy in
irttM to attend.
M. M. JOUNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOU30N, K.R.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. R.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDN1CB
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
lclotlc In K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting F.agloj are Invited tr at
DAM McKnAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORa W. Sacy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. C r
Hall Vlaltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Saohem.
A. E. MURPHY, a of R,
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I,
Meets ororr second and fourth Wed
nesday of onch month nt San Antonio
. Hull. Vlaltlng brothers cordially fn
vltej to attend.
B. V. TOnn. Seey.
T. F. McTlQHK. Pros.
A' Superior Light to all others.
Aeeytlen Qns Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates leas heat, viti
ates the air less .end has no Injurious
affect on the eves.
,..For lurther particulars Inquire st
Also Cale'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and email cans, for Qenerators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Qss Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8L
As to their neatness or ehabblncss.
, Business men, you'll admit It la
more profitable, If this Impreeiton to
customers or prospective customers,
Is one of neatness.
Why not, make that kind of an Im
pression with your delivery wagon?
Bring It to us and we'll repair and
repaint It at a low charge so well, It
will do so.
Hawaiian Carriage '
427 QUEBN 8T. THL. MAIN 47.
P, 0. BOX W3.
C, W. ZEICLER..; Manager
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
. Of Gut Glass
that constitutes co much of Its charm,
cannot be preserved Indoflnltelyby the
mere use of soap and water. The
beautiful facets and prisms take on
after a time a dull and lifeless look
beyond the reach of ordinary cleans
ing and polishing agents. There Is
one thlngr. however, that will restore
the original fire and brilliancy to cut
glass quickly and easily, and that Is
an application of
Lewers & Cooke,
177 3. KINO ST. ,
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Dut you Must have the BEST
and that is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Masea-
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
... SOUTH 4 KWAIAHAO 8TS.
MONDAY, OCT. 1st, at
OOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANINQ
(iO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1846 FORT OTREET.
FINE SUITS FROM 115 UP.
mads In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
IBS AND 1S8 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Sawing maohlnes for sate.
A machine cleaned and put In or
X OPIA CIGAR X
Best 5c Smoke
HAYBELOBN TOBACCO CO.,
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by ths
HONOLULU BENOVATINQ C0V
J, J. Fern, Manager,
Richards near Queen Sts. All tele
phone meseages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
HAVE YOU A 8EWING MACHINE?
Wo buy, sell, exchange and repair
aewlng machines and parts.
CRANE & SPENCER 8EWING MA.
TELEPHONE MAIN 494.
108 N. KING ST. P. O. BOX 549.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
When a real baraaln Ts advertised
In the Bulletin the wise woman knows
that the shortest road to the store is
The GHafee sol 1a It cheaper.
Register or lose your vote.
Amoi for hire at fer. Studies.
The steamship llllonlan 19 due from
tlio Sound on the 15th.
Tho Ventura Is duo to arrive) from
lliu Colonics next Tuesday.
Tlio Nobrusknn Is dun from tlio Coast
next Wednesday with mall.
The llrlllsti ship Fnlrpurt failed nt
9:23 this morning for 1'ort Towiisond.
The crops of laiupahoolioe plantation
this e.u was the largest In Its his
tory... Delegate Kuhlo nnd his following
spoke lit Iluolii yesterday afternoon nnil
in I'Hi-i usi login.
The Doric biouglit only two passen
gers for Honolulu. W. 1. Dyer nnd J
iiuhu Lodge. No 1. K. oc P.. will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock Id K. of
l'. Hall, Kins street.
If jnur wood linn not boon satisfac
tory why not order some from the l'a
clflc Transfer Co.. .Main 58.
On and after Thursday, October 4,
registration open from 7 to 9 a. m., 11
a. m. to 2 p. m. and 4 to 8 p. m.
(loldcn (lain Flour knows no equal
In this maiki't. .Sold by nil grocers. II.
IlacUi-ld & Co., wholesale distributors.
flew nnd Mrs II. T Simpson RiVe n
social to the rliolr boys of tlio St. An
diow's Hawaiian congiogntlon an Oct
JHsu Josephine I'alceM arrived In
the China to escort tho triiinlns ot tier
sister, (lie l.ilu Miss Thcodosh l'uleckl,
to the mainland.
Walklkl Inn Is now-owned by V. C.
Dentin Accommodations, supplies
nnd attcndaiico nbsolutely first class,
finest bathing on tho beach.
Ya married people, take notice that
you r.m "lock tip jour huliy'a uindrolio
at the Woman's Kxohange, Hotel, near
lieiiKiit d Smith.
"Arable" applied to Irou roofs re-ilucc-t
lompoiaturo as line It as 35 do-
pcrt-i'S. TlilH has been nvcrtalned ny
initial test. California Feed Co.,
'I'lio board of unpen lr.orn of the Tree
KitulerKnitiMi and Clillilien's Aid As-
Foclitlon held Ihelr lecitlur incelliii'
this inornliiK at tt:30 nt tint Y. W. C. A,
The ladles of U'.ilil Chapter No 2,
O. II. it., will conduct n clearance sain
of fancy aiticlc-i In tho viuiiut sloie in
tlm Masonic Imlldltij: at 10 it. m. In
morrow. Tim "Thensoplilcal Society In Amer
ln," public merlliiKS every I'rlday nt
7: CO 1 1. in. In rooms 7-S I'mmenK block,
lort street. Text-booh, the "Ocean of
1'ortralts of. candidates reproduced
In hnlrtuno on' short notice: also de-
stalling, engnttlng and printing ot all
inscriptions, l'urndlse ot tlio I'aclflc,
Samuel K. Kamajtea, n nradtialr of
Dm Iloyal school, Is nttenillng the AID
olanl collegn and ho expecln to go to
the nnherslly next jenr, where lm will
cbiitltiuo his etudlrs.
Victor talking machines liavo made
gliint strides In tho p.iHt two )c.irs.
They nro perfect reproducers of all
musical sounds. Call ami hear them at
llcrgntiom Music Co.
The lurk (ieorgn Curtis has mocd
from lllsliop's whaif lo Borcnuon'H
wharf, tnklug tho berth leccnlly Micat
oil by tlio lrmgard, Slio will ball tor
the Sound tomorrow probably.
Cagln brand condensed milk Is the
sifest nnd bc-Ht food for Infants be
cuiixn It Is rlcli, puro cow'h uillk that
is nbsulutcly sterilized. All khhcm'3
rill It. Tlieo. 11. Davles & Co, whole
halo agents. '
ltememkor a delicious dinner at the
popular price of ono dollar Is served
every evening on tho great seml-clr-culur
lunal of the Seasldo Hotel, licet
aluo fur tlio money and coolest place
In town to dine. '
The Kiiwalaliao Hoys' clublintisn wum
dedicated last night. The Governor
Hindu un address, dwelling on tlio ne
cessity of fair, piny In sports, and of
fered to pay tlio S0 debt still standing
on tho building.
WOMAN'S LIFE ON MIDWAY
Bright Story of How Mrs. Colley,'
Wife of the cable station Manager at
Midway, Enjoyed Herself on the Des
ert Island Will Appear In
Arrangements hnva been made for
the furnishing of additional electilc
cm rent tu tho moving pUtum niaelilno
used by the Vaseo people. This will
mnko tlio pictures much better than
they Hero last night.
Tlio Japanese tialiiliiK ship Aneguwa
moved finm tlio Naval dock tit 7:45
this morning to a position In the stream
ul the foot of l'ort street. The chango
was necessary to enable tho coaling
lighters to get alongside the l-awton.
Who suit of Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. It. King
vs. Amy !, Clark, .King's former wile,
to enjoin tlio latter from using the
nunm of King, was nmhably settled
yesterday and Judgo Iloblnson Issued
an Injunction ns prayed but charged
the iohIh lo tlio lomiiluliiautB.
In Holly Flour it U not enough that
tlio dust bo removed from tho wheat
by washing, but each grain Is cleansed
and tho devices and Irregitlailtles
scoured by special machinery, tints se
curing un absolutely pine, clean Hour.
All groteru sell It. 'llieo II. Davles A;
Co, Ltd., whole distributors.
J)r, K. II. Slltt. U, H. N In n passen
ger on board the Doric, en route lo the
.Stales. Dr. Stilt is a surgeon or high
rank In tlio MedUal dcpaitment of tlio
Navy. Ho is vlsltlne, the hospitals or
Honolulu today, and wishes, If possible,
lo temalit Iter longer,
Tlio Christian Ilndeavor Soeloly will
meet tonight In tlio Ceutial Union
Chinch, Mr. llnsklus will slug, ltov,
W. D. W'ostnrvoll will nliow moving
plumes, and Miss Yarrow will exhibit
the haulier auanled Hut Hawaiian llu
deavorers at tho International conven
tion u J ear ugo for a huge increase In
Hie number of societies.
I rt No, don't need 'em,
'oause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
j sure. I'd go to
1 A. N.Sanford,
MONUMENTS, SAFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG ULD0-. 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
nm h Kid
Vaseo, the Mail Musician, made a lilt
with mi atidleiieo which filled every
available seat In tint Orphoiim hist
night. Ills iiiuslcnl net is without, any
iloiilit the host Unit lias ever been seen
In this city mid Is mote than nnrUi
Hit" prlco of tlio itdiiilnslou. Instill
inent niter Instrument be pla.n nnd
plajs well, doing it without erfort and
pleasing the audience to tlio limit. It
would bo haul to niy too much In his
favor. Ills "Uood 'Halllt" ns ho diltik
n sup of water now nnd again from a
various nsroilmiiit of tankards Is u
happy expression and when bo finally
takes Ills laK drink fiom a water liuili
lite "I'm (of )ou" certainly dues
sound like home,
Tlio trapeze net by Mile. Alexandra
mil Meitln was unusually good of lis
kind. Ilerlle does ronio tricks oil tho
Iruprzo while bolng balanced by lib
pnitner which urn exceedingly clever
nnd excited a gicnt deal of npplntiKO.
I.'llzabcth Kan! hang several songs
whli h wero veiy sweetly rendered but
her voleo la hardly stloug enough to
fill a ball the stro of the Orphcum.
In H'gird to tho moving plrtureH tho
less wild the better. "Dam" I'ultcison
was In charge nnd the Passion play
wos the siibjc(L Tlieru was 111110 l'as
tlun shown by tho otidleneit except rldf
hfiln and while tome of It wan In rotif
er hid instn on in count of the subject
of the phy, under any other clicinn
it'inio't It would have been fully Jitstl
lled. All In all the shuw Is well worth the
money for n seat., Vnsco Is excellent
mid Ills saxophone solos me geni3.
While tlio local talent Is liaidly up to
the mark tlio outsiders mako up for It
and tlio Oiphcum should bo crowded
both Saturday nnd Mondnj nights when
tlio show will bo put un again.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
Tlllls. Oct. -I. An odlrcr has been
killed nnd several wounded by u bomb.
' PAYMASTER ROBBED
WnrHiivv, Oct. I, A paymaster bus
been lobbed of $3000 by tlio ten or 1st:..
St. relet siiurg, Oct. 4, Tlio Cwn I1113
icturiicd to reterhof.
FATAL TRAIN WRECK
Lnnslngbiirg. N. Y Oct. 1. 1'lvo peo
ple were killed mid n scorffwounileil tu
n collision between n passenger tialn
and 11 military 'special here.
lllclimoiiil, qpt. 1. Nineteen bodlea
havo been lecovered finm tlio I'oio
bontas col I lei y. It Is believed tilers uto
IIosloii, Oct. 4. Tho DoniucinlH havo
nominated Morau for (loveiuor nnd en
dorseil llryan nnd lloaixt.
THOMAS UJm SMALL
Manila, Oct. I. Tho Unnsport Thoni'
as wiih but II 1 1 tu damaged by Ilia llic
and will sail neatly 011 scliedulo time
All prior registrations are null nnd
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well aa public, ,by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk, In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates.
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram, $5.00 per
volume. There aro other finer bind
ings Including the Royal Edition,
$60.00 per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100.00 per volume. To be
had on eaey installments of $5.00
monthly and upwards,
Wm. p. Lyon Co.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
J. It. Clalt has received a teller from
n Yale (lassmutn conlaintng tlio fol
"Anron Stokes writes mo Hint theru
ate pewit Chinee scholarships jet un
tilled. As 1 understand It. the nppll-
autH for lltesc .scholarships have to
pass tlm nppinval of the Clilncso Lega
llon" nt Yasl1lngt011. .Nominations
lioHover, should n my opinion be made
to Hie UnlveiHlty rerietnry. Ihet
rcholaishlps pay tho tuition of a Clil
ncso student for four jeafs ut Yule,
that is, this Is rental lo the payment ot
J1.I1O In nit. or $iru e.iih jcar. In addi
tion the tlnhetslty has two scholar-
bhlps. tho right or nomination of which
lias 'been nwardcil lo the two ChlncJu
loinmlssloneri who visited Ynln last
February. We don't Know, or tlio I'res.
blent didn't know, tlio Inst II mo I bail
a tail: wttli hint, why tlio Coiumlsslou-
ers hadn't nomlnnted for theso vacan
cies. H l (iilto desirable that iiioune
who has good Chinese scholars to lec
uiumenil should muvc lu the matter uud
Tho mortuary report for September
shows tho occurrence of GS deaths ns
follows: Developmental D.nervous 7
rlrculatory fi, respiratory 8, digestive
x, urlnnry I, opscoiis nnd ,lnlcgiimon
tnry 3, accident and violon'co :i, illctrlli
4, lonstllulloiul in, dlnrrheil 2.
Tlio following summary Is given:
I'opulatlnn of Honolulu ofllclnl cen
mis. 1U00: s,3dC. Mortnllty for monlli
of September, lonfi: Males 45, femaleii
'JO, totnl M. Annual death rate per
1(100 or population. 19.SI. Non-rest-dent,
0; deaths Investigated, 7; post
mortem examinations, r; coroner's In-
UtieslH, 2; stlllhliths, 3 (not Included in
the mortality): bit ths icportcd. HO;
marriages reported, 71. The total
deaths for September, 1000, wereC3, an
lutro'iso of 23 compared with the mi
lespondlnB month of 18Qr. Twenty-live
deaths occurred In public Institutions
Office of Registrations, baeement of
UL 11-1 -Ml
SIXI V-FIVE DEATHS
Hoftschlaeger Company, Ltd,
1 HV (ill
Home Rulers Finally Get
Hold of Another
AT YYAIALUA TONIGHT
HOME RULE CANDIOATE8 WILL
START ON TOUR AROUND THE
ISLAND ON TUESDAV OF
t NEXT WEEK
Tho Homo Hitlers have again secur
ed n new candidate. Slnco their con
vention, which left several places 011
their ticket blank, tho Homo Hitlers
bnve been busy filling up these vnenn
ttcs piecemeal. Last Tuesday nlgbl
they held n meeting for that purpose,
and decided In offer tho place fot
County Cleik to lMward Nathaniel
Voellor, nn omployo of Cation, Nolll
& Co. of ncrmnn nnd Portuguese des
cent, who lives 1111 Knmcliiuiicha IV
load near King street, Knlllil.
After mailing this decision tlm gal
lant Home Holers went tn Voeller nnd
tempted him with n beautiful slory to
the effert that they rould muster 2,000
votes on Claim, and could thus glvo
him n flno show. Voeller listened lo
Hip siren song, accepted the nomina
tion, and will now innKo the run
against Kalnuokalntil Jr, and Mnnlry
(1. K. Hopkins.
The Itf publicans nre gradually get.
Hue; wnrntcd up lo their campaign.
Tito candidates running nt largo will
go to Wnlnlun tonight Instead of to
morrow night, nn was originally plan
ned. The change of program wnH
mado berause HuporvlRor Andrew Cox,
who cninu lo town tills morning, nil
vised II, stating that tonight would
lie the best time on which to have din
mooting. Tho candidates who will
speak nt Wnialun nrn A. M. Ilrowu,
.1. W. Cnthenrt. James Illcknell, C. I'
Chllllngwnilh. I). Knlaiiokalanl Jr., V.
W. liuulfl nnd W. O. Smith.
A mooting may bo held at tho Kal
mil Id Zoo next Tuesdny night.
William l Jarrett, tho Democratic
candidate for the Deputy Sheriffship,
arrived from Hawaii this mointng In
Iho Manna I.oa. on which steamer bo
Is employed ns a freight clerk. He
will remain In port .wjien his ttmt
starts on her next trip cm Tuesday and
will spend 1Mb t Into lu campaign work.
Tlio Homo Unlets have decided to
start their candidates running at large
around Hip Island next Tuesday. They
will probably hold their, ratification
meeting nt Anla l'ark snmu lime dur
ing next week, probably Saturday
Mil IS TAKEN
In tho caRC ot tho Territory vs. Cot
(on lliothern, which was decided by
the Supremo Court last week, n 111 rill
ing tho Circuit Court'H Judgment lu
giving tho plaintiff a veidlet In the
sum of $32,onu, n pn.ltlon was granted
by tho Supremo Court, allowing a writ
of en or nnd supersedeas from the Su
pieind Cnuit of tho United States. A
bond foe tho sum of 22,000 was filed
nnd tho caso will now go to tho court
of the last lesort. Tho caso concents
tho loss of n dredger which bad been
lensed from tlio Territory by Cotton
mothers and which, according to tho
decisions of tho lower courts, wnp lost
In I'cnrl Harbor through tho negll
genco of the defendants.
Tho nppenl of tlio caso to Washing
ton will piobably mean n trip to the
Capitol by Attorney flenoral 1'cters,
who hns handled tho matter for tho
Territory. Ho stated to a reporter
this morning that bo was sany to
have- Iho matter como up, ns ho could
SCrClt SAMPUNO IN TIIU KAKLV IMVS
Hot Accusations Made By
S.YS IARVEY MADE
COMPLAINS THAT HI8 FORMER
FRIENDS ARE NOW TRYING
TO PLAY HIM FOR A
Abraham Fernandez, tho fopner
Democrat, who Is now running for
Supervlsor-nt-I.nrgc 011 the Home Rulo
ticket, la very angry with his former
pals among the Democrats. He states
that they have, and arc, resorting to
tiiifalr means In their efioits to do him
up. He also explains that Ills call on
the Coventor was Iho result of a hoax,
unit Hint the Democrats are trying "to
piny him for n sucker." '
A rumor was current In the street
today to tho effect that I'ernandei had
withdraw 11 from his new found Home
Hitlo candidacy. Incidentally the calls,
willed Fernandez paid the Coventor
yesterday nnd today, were worrying
Hie politicians, who wero prone to be
lieve that Curler had rome secret and
nefarious scheino up his sleove. For
Hi oio reasons 11 Hulletln repoiter went
to sen Fernandez this noon. The re
sult was Interesting.
"Tho Democrats nre trying, every
thing lu their power to do me up,"
said Fernandez. "They aro spreading
rumors to the effect that I have with
drawn. They know that 1 am much
stronger than Frank Harvey, ami that
I3 why they are trying to down me by
"My calls on Hie Cloveruor were all
Hie result of their work," continued
Fernandez. "Yesterday soma one called
me up by phone and said that the Go",
crnor wanted lo see me. I went up
llicro Jenttrdny, but ho was busy, anil
I did not see him. I went up there
again this forenoon, and the Governor
said be bad never sent for me. The
whole thing Is a play of the Democrats,
It was n Democrat who called me up
with this falso message. They ure try
ing to drag Hie Governor into politics
nnd to play mo for n sucker.
"I am going to tell you the truo story
of how I was beaten for Supervsor-at-l-aigo
by the Democrats. In the cau
cus held on Friday I was chosen by ,1
largo majority over Harvey. On Mon
day Harvey and some of the delegates
wero late at the convention. The rea
son was that Harvey had had the dele
gates down In his saloon, where be was
ginning them up so that they would
vote for I1I111. That Is why I was beat
en." JAPANE8E WOMAN MURDERED
IIIIo, Ilnwnll, Oct. 2. The murder
of n young Jopaitvso woman was com
mitted at I'epeekeo last Tuesday mor
ning. Slio was tho wife of Jlnklchl
Yamada. A few days previously she
hud been sold to another laborer,
Omiira Otaro, for llfiO, and tho amount
had been paid. The transaction was
with the consent of the woman and
she had taken up her abodo wIMi Ota
10. Yamada has disappeared find Is
fttspected of being tho murderer; that
the crlma was duo to jealousy and
thdt the sale was part of a deliberate
plan of icvcugo. Tho body was dis
covered In nn outhouso with a terrible
gash lu tlio left sldo of the neck. Cap,
Inln Fetter was notllled and a warrant
for tlio arrest of Yamada was Issued
on tlio verdict of tho coroner's Jury.
Dr. C. M Stow was summoned that he
might bo able to certify technically
as to tho cause of death. Tribune.
III afford to sparo tho time from tho
work of his ofllco but of course so tro
pin tant a ensu would havo to bo
iooliod after carefully.
Haft i'r' AtfVfia-i?i riTAJhiVirt