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Wednesday, Nov. 7 3482
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P. II. BUKNinTE.
Notary rubllc, First Judlc'al OlrculL
....NOV. 13. l'JOfi
BRING BACK THE BAND.
The cablegram from Snn Francisco
settles the ciiestlon of using I lie re
lief funds for tho return of the band.
It In "now Up to the people of the town
to produce the funds wirjcli will
litre transportation for the bnud boyn.
The llulletin lias nlteady assisted
In putting I lie fund well under wny,
end the friends of the bund boys may
now come forward with their funds
assured that unless they ifiirnlsh thu
money to pay for the return of tlio
band no one else will, y
Send In your dollars,
No wonder that Ciindldatc Charles
Notley was very much In the "also
ran" class fur Delegate, when he did
not spend one tent for advertising.
It Is'n pity to tee it progressive nud
enterprising .voutig man tlko tieo. Thin
en leaving Honolulu, for we need morn
of them rather than to' illmlnUh their
number even by one.
Tho fact that there Is no more ur.c
hero for n tailors' homo Indicates, bet
ter than tinytlilng else could, the pass,
lug awuy of the sailing vessel In favor
ot'thc quicker and mote modern steam
er of innimerce.
Secretary Tail says there is "no pos
sibility" of Cuban annexation. While
this Is reassuring, it should make iu
none the less watchful of our own In
terests, For Taft will never do nny
watching In Hawaii's behalf. '
That veteran statesman from Wci,t
Hawaii, Hon. II. L. HnUtcln. ono of tho
few Itcpuhllcun "representatives froir.
the big Island, will recelvo n vvurm
greeting from his friends of all polit
ical parties In (ho legislature.
Senator Coclho comes to tlm front
with a timely suggestion for quick
work In the Legislature. It Is now up
to tho Senator to loiivltion his fellow
legislators that hard work ami littie
oratory aro what tho people want.
Although the Republican candidate
has bean elected sheriff of tho County
of Kalawao, It s now up to tho Board
of I Ira I Hi -to approve his uppolnlinenL
aryi' decide the moro Important ques
tion of tho salary ho Is to iccclvo.
, William J. Sheldon, of Kuuiil, Is a
lucky man. Ho rcpoits, that his elec
tion to the Loglslatuic did not tost him
a cent, even his nomination fee. pin
unmanly, having been paid by tho Ite
publlcnn Committee of tlm Garden Is
land What a" rousing reception should lie
given to the baud when 11 makes IU
first public nppcaraiRn after the hard-,
ships It ban been experiencing on the
mainland The boys will bo no more
Pleated In return homo than Iho peoplo
. will ho to weh omo them.
John Hughes will hnvn first pinto
hs iho silver liuigueil orator of tho
House whether ho gets tho Speaker
bhlp or not, And tho floor may after
all prove ji belter place than tho ins
trum from which to expound vivid
A merle aniens and appeals to sri lo
('has, Iliuiiico, Jr, lieuds I lie IM. hi
far, as, it Count)' I'liiupiilKtl spumler. ,M
jlimiilh (tin tiH'clpl of lliu iiiiuiilia' a
lily tmji H.iiinUiir "III Im iiwimsiny
(i;iiliiilmiti iir, iiumiiu., ihu m
of Honolulu will ngroo Hint his Invest
ment was n good one for tlio County ot
Oscar StraiiRs, who Is named as the
prolmblo successor of Victor II, Met
calf as Secretary of Commerco nud
Ltbor, was a Democrat when appoint
ed by Oiover Cleveland as Minister to
Turkey, We have ncer heard thnt ho.
has changed his politics.
The new Kcpubllcan legislators from
Maul Intend to travel around their
County and ascertain what their people
want If this Is simmered donn to nc
tual needs, and those needs are put in
to business shapo before the Legisla
ture meets, Maul will set an example
that Onlm might follow with advantage,
Hcpubllenn ratlllcntlon Is by nil
means In order when the party holds
complete control of tho Leglslatuio
which Is to Improve Coutily govern
ment mid continue the progrcsslvo
policies of the pnst.
When we consider that thcro nrc up
wards of two hundred plates on the
Manchuria that need replacing t.r re
pairing, and that there Is a possibility
of more serious damage being discov
ered after nn prnmlnnll,... tt tlm t.
I sel's Interior, It must bo conceded that
the reports of the damage Inflicted upon
her while on the reef nt Wnlmnnnto
wcie by no means overdrawn by the
-tiiilglng from the large attendance at
last night's Democratic rally nt Anla
Park It would seem that all tho vomers
of Honolulu must be Democrats. It ix
now In order for tho Ilepubllcnns to
have a rally to celebrate their Congrcs
slcnnl and Legislative lctorlcs. Such
n rally would also show that there arc
moro Itepubllcnn voters In Honolulu
than there wero Democrats, ladles In-
eluded, nt last night's gathering.
Th fact that the different Federal
departments have asked Congress for
sums aggregating upwnrds of seven-
I teen millions of dollars, to be expend
ed In the Territory, of llnwall for de-
fens' purposes nnd harbor Improve
I niciilM. shows thnt tho representative
jof the Army and Nnvy who havo vis
ited tuiii neen stnlloneil hero wero
quietly doing Uncle Sam's business
to nn extent of which wo had but little
knowledge of conception. From with
in nud without our weak strategical
points must have been tlxernughly
and carefully studied. Elaborate plans
must havo been prepared and close
details of expenditures must havo
Hut whnt Is even of moro surprising
nnd gratifying Interest to us Island
ers, Is the fact that the Administra
tion has been so carefully watchful of
our needs, while we were peacefully
cliimlicrlng nnd regardless of our dan
It Is evident thnt Washington Is
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manage
.Osfc'A; Vy STOOKwVaoeeu'siiOMM.
gy f- 3 ,f lIITMIlT-.NSUllClA4lHn
Lunalllo Street $50.00
Kapiolanl Street 26.25
McCully Street 25.00
Cor. Kinau and Pensacota Sts,. 25.00
Emma Street 12.50
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 30,00
King Street 35.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
huuanu Street , . 6000
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street , , 50.00
A hnuso and lot In Manoa Valley,
LultJhle for small family. House will
be completed In two weeks,
Cash or Installments
Pirtlculars at our office.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort nJ Merchant Sts
Tryfif ..ii "1 .Vn'lkTi-nutiiiiv
fully alive to (he Importance nnd poi
tllilllllcs of Hawaii as n naval baso:
that this Territory must be amply
protected from land, nnd bo In n posi
tion to prevent the near approach of
I a hostile fleet and tho cnptnro of our
teal of government.
Situated nlmost enul-dlstnnt frnr.i
the Pacific Coast and our possessions I
In the Orient, tho Administration cvl-l
dently Intends to tnkc every ndvnn-f
tago of our location ns well as to pro
tect our isolation. With our mllltnry,
icservatlon filled with troops, our
v.-nrchouscg stacked with provisions
nnd our whnrves piled up with coal.
It would bo impossible for any foreign
fleet to attack the mainland ports on
llin Pacific Coast, followed ns " they
would be by American wnrshlps ,fully
equipped In all departments from the
commloarlat supplies of Honolulu,
And another source of gratification
exists In the knowledge that our Gov
ernment nttnehes so much linportnnco
to the annexation of Hawaii as to thus
publicly recognize lis valuo and show
lis appreciation or Its military nnd
commercial position In Iho Pacific.
So Imporlnnt nrc tho regulations
under which tho new pure food nnd
drug net will bo enforced, many of
them having n direct bearing upon
the trnde nnd business of our local
merchants, that It Is well to draw
their attention to some of tho condi
tions for which they aro already re
sponsible. For Instance, alt the meal
mid meat food products that aro Im-
rorted hero from Australia nnd Kit
mpo must be necnmpanled by n cer
tificate of Inspection of n character
to satisfy tho Secretary of Agricul
ture, presumably the United Stntcs
District Attorney In Honolulu, that
they are not dangerous to health. Any
food or drug produtt, the salo of
which Is forbidden In ttio country
from which It Is exported, Is to bo re
fused admission here.
As regards randy nnd confection
ery, mineral substances of nit kinds
nrc specifically forbidden In their
manufacture, whether they nro pol
ronous or not, nnd only harmless rob
ors or flavors may ho added. This
r.Iso applies to food products, hut
those Hint contnln nnturnlly poison
ous or deleterious Ingredients do not
como within Iho provisions of the law
except when their pre-senco Is duo to
flllli, putrescence or decomposition.
Denlers In food or drug products will
not ho liable lo prosecution If they
enn estnhllsh that the goods wero
Hold under n guarantee by n whole,
talcr. manufacturer or dealer, resid
ing In tho United Htutcs, from whom
Labels must be printed In Kngllsh,
though In gcncinl their form and aji
jcaraneo aro left to tho judgment of
tho manufacturer, provided, hnwcvur,
that they contain tho designations ro
einlred by Iho Act. Foreign names
nro not to ho used upon articles of
NewCure for Dyspepsia
Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces toss of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nerves in good condition
by eliminating worry. A fire Insur
ance policy will protect you against
loss of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and sleep well to
night. A proportionately small sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue best policies.
938 FORT 8T.
Thnrctiau Nnu IRth
I IIUI UUUf llUf I lUllll
AT EIOHT O'CLOCK
we will place on sale THOUSANDS
OF REMNANTS of 8ILK8, WOOLEN
GOODS, FLANNELS and FLANNEL-
ETTE3, the accumulation of the past
six months of heavy selling, so .you
may he sure that the lot contains
something that you want at a price
that will compel you to tske It. .
A few of the many are displayed i
in our makal windows.
WHOSE QAI.eB AMP BALES.
nU,KTlN. HONOLULU, f. II,. TUESDAY. NOV. 13, 1006.
Any woman who suffers from
cramps, uackacne, Nervcus er
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMte, Cos
tlvcness or General Weakness
needs the Illttera to mnUo her well
again. It has cured thousands In
the past 50 years. In canes of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try .- bottle.
,, , , . .,
fomest c origin, except as Indications
o thenype or style of quality or man -
iitacttire. Imitations through the mo
of colors or flnvors nro forbidden, and
...o ...., ... any ecu or urug prouuci
n.i......i u huwi . pniiiiiii-u i. u ...:.
.in .tiii.i.iwii in, t,i uuvivu lur riiiu
under, the nnmo of another nrtlelo.
labels must bear the names of sub
ttltuted siilislane'cs nnd must nlsu In
dicate tho fact that articles aro mtulo
up of fragments or trimmings wheru
such Is the case.
Statements ns to the weight or
measure of tho food contained In pack
ages nro not required, but, except In Inst man," sumo of thq speakers
icspect of alcohol, drugs or food prod-1 seemed to bo n good deal nt a loss
nets must bo labeled so ns to Indicate .whnt to say. Consequently tho ma
tho proportion -of any nlcohol. mor- IJorlty of the speeches wero comfort-
plilnz, opium, heroin, cocnlne, alpha
or bctn cocnlne, chloroform, cannabis
liullca, chloral hydrate, or acctanllldc,
or any derivative or preparation Of
any such substances contained there
in. TJie few points briefly touched upon
above hnva n direct bearing upon
much of tho business Hint Is trans
acted In these Islands, and they show
that careful study of the new food
law Is necessary nn the part of Iho
lepresentntives of nil our commercial
PROVE A PUZZLE
Captain Slattcry, United Slates
Lighthouse Knglnccr, stntcs that ho
is enlliely nt n(lofcs lo account for tho
dispatch received ycslerdny from
Washington snvlng the estimates for
Congressional (appropriations show
Hint $H!.lis:.13t, Is required for tho
irojected fortlfltnllons nnd batteries
Honolulu. Cnptnln Slattcry
prepared the estimates, and
himself prepared the estimates.
Ihey .ld not .eon.o to nothing 111.9
(hat figure. The estimates sent In foi
fortltKatlons amounted to ol.ly nhout
n million nnd it half dollars, while c
HmutPH r..r II.,. lm.,f.nmo'n. .., .,.
Imrl.or wero lcs than two nnd n quai-, "'"I"? "f llawnl1- nn'- cr Prnml- elo to their cowboy friend Harvey,
tcr millions. As regards the Improvo "u,lt ncmocn", 11,u Knal fileo C1,,u c- ' '"'"I"'" next thanked tho vol
nient of Pearl Harbor. Cnptnln Slat-' "", "c,l1"" 'h niaukn sldo with eia for the support they had given
lory rnys that he has never picpatod , , ,n'ln"' , 11"'"1 ",1iMI,,s 'al as solo- jhlm and said that ho would ndmlnls
on estlmalo for that, but ho bellevn1"""'. rl,olr rc,",,II,lo "f lllr' llnwnll- icr tho nffnlrs of the pollee dep-iit-that
n million dollars would bo mom"1" "lrM wnB wp" ""vcl nnd applnun I nit-nt in n elean nnd fair way nud
than Mifllrlcnt to do nil thero is lo
do. Four million dollars, ho snvtl.
Bixlecn million dollar cstlmato In-1
ItludeB tho cost of tho proposed nnval ,
btatlon nt Pearl Harbor. It was not
known that thero was any Intention
em Iho part of Congress, however, of
making nn appropriation for that pur
(oiiu at this time.
IS BEING FORWARDED
Abbolutely dcflnlto nssiiraucq that a
ii'coiim wouiii no asiteci lor was una
morning given out by County Slier I It
"The petition Is at present being,
prepaiej," said Iho Sheriff, when ask-'
c. how tho lecount matter stoeid. Tho,
l,a)lcrK" w'" '" I1,C1 tomorrow or tho
Tho Slmrlll wns asked what the
r.rounda on which thu petition was
ljaso'1 v('rc. ' ho would not sp?c,(fy
"Theio aio linen or four different
grounds," ho exclaimed, "flut I don't
"llnli ' '""' '"'Her glvo them opt Just
mow I think they nru nil sufficient
to witriiiul n icfouiil."
TAXES H M Pi !
'lliiif'.diiv. November 15th Is tho Ian
day In which In pay tlm hrennd pay
mc nt uf tlm piopcrly nnd Iiiioiiio taxut
Alter Hint ditto unpaid lutes hui-omt. .
illluiiitill ntul luleiol lit llic Illi) nil
mi 'r cent la liddeil, III HI del' In Hi'-'
mimtlcii Hid lux luiyi'i llm uHlio U
ll.tpl iihii mculniP mull slim , lit. I
would be amply sulllclent for nil tho , ttn ,a'""""n 'n'""l"col as tho l.o picked up a glass of water and ,-,,.. ,,,, ,lf TT7, ,
w..rb i..i. enm .. ...... .......... rst speaker Mr. lid. Ingham, who 'Brl,ki.,i n ,.....- n, . ....... ... nl"! ,rlnl ,,f Alt Chin, accused
improvement. ...at Is contemplated. I1""!1""! '- People for their support ;(1rivo the evil spirits that might be KnXriffiVlZrv"'
rnini Hin..n, i- ., .., i..... '" ''e last election. Ilo snld be was hnncln n.m.n.l. n n..,i,o.. ... ... '8 ln""K ''cfore Jndgn Lindsay. ,
that there Is a mistake somowhero. I ""' '' U own defeat; but assured wnllan voters who supported SlcClan- h " ?'"" mZ'' Iftft'"1
rr,... ... ..... . ... . .. .tho neonlo that tl.ev wm.iii .-..i n ... ...- .... ...'. "o store of a .lupancbi) on I.lllhn ft
ii" . '". . '""""" "' .. ' "" "'"'". " I snunro deal ni the h.n.i . ihrt, 7, :.,"",, "1 " " ""' .u" ' "a,u." U Is alleged by the defence that w
hi; can era is .lie possiniiiiy mat ine - . . .- : . "" ii"ii"i iiimoh wiiiiiu .nny iubc Willi
Just what evil splrlla there were
hanging .about tho congratulation
meeting of the Democrnts at Aala '
Park last nlcht Colonel lauken did I
ho feared thnt there were a few He-
publicans about who ought to bo ex-,
jOrclwl. With a glass of water In his
.hand he sprinkled tho crowd to put'
i fllrrtil ntn' art I fit nf t ntii still ntt ltm
" lllftlll llJ llll IS, t III IIIIIIIM SlltlOSIl
Mtiat might be hovering nbiiut in the
' When n man la down nnd out, It Is
n shame to rub It In. Hut that Is
whnt the Democrnts did to K. II. Mc
Clatnlian last night. Putting tho best
'face possible on the situation, Mc
Icinnnhnn ramie his farewell nppein
nneo before tho voters of Onlm. Ho
laid his defeat lo tho fact thnt ho was
I not rt prince of tho blood, saying tint
I hnd he not been opposed by a mom-
!'T of the former royal family, his
'chances of election, ho thought, would
1 Am lfn i:rn(,8l Kna , ,,
i-nng a song, tho butden of which
vtns "MeClnunhiin, McClannhnn, they
can-t , ,,. ,,- t,)e mn ;
wn rcnIy pn
Almost ns painful ns tho superior,
half-pitying, half-nmuscd tone which
most of Iho successful candidates
used In speaking of thoso who also
Deprived of their Block speeches,
nnd Iho need for ndvlslug the voters
lo "vote the straight ticket from tho
cnmlldntc for Delegate down lo the
. ably short.
Frank llnrvey, ns usual, occupied
Iho center of Iho llmo light. Ho was
reati'd In the center or tho stage, in
tho middle of tlm front row "tho
ebserved of all observers."
It. II. Trent made a nlco little Sun-
ulay school talk "Now, little ihll-
dren, I am glnd, very glad, to sco all
your bright and shining fnces hero
llils evening", etc. Perhaps he didn't
i menu exactly what ho said when ho
told tho audience thnt tho result of
(the election wan tho victory of vlco
I over virtue.
' It Is evident thnt Mime of the de-
tented candidates still havo hopes,
I Mossmnn Introduced McClannhnn as
the future Delegate) to Congress. '
, The Democrats assembled at Aula
,. . . .
i""" ,r""K 'larvey, josepn tern,
l Colonel McCnrthy. County Treasurer
l!rrcnf,',."'4 T',.1M")rt?' K; "' MrClB"-'1
" ,, M";' Co'. C. P. laukca,
,' i-r , ",' , , V?F
, ""'' ' '.?1- 8',K'
:nnlB"'1 Jkl0, J'"'1; ; Lll,-
I-wnirnilm. C. L. IthodcH, Jno. Prendot-
i. .-jinn. If. J, tvu.K-r. I'.CI. llic-
I"""- cllnH- Wllllnms. tho County At-
I ,, ,
..." . ' "."" i""J,r "J nipiKane,
'i I'linirntnm t unu tit ,. i .n.i.. ...i .. ii... .
"Qn "c,r a,lc l n" w"o had Just been
' ' u'"lt-
Whllo the Inrtkea campaign song
was being sung Colonel lauken Hte -
l-od forward nnd acknowledged the
npplanso of tho crowd.
Dnn Kiimahii In thanking tho pen
lie for their support said that ho had
been defeated but that his Democrat
Ic friends who had been elected will
glvo them n clean and fair nilmiulK
nation of tho County affairs.
Colonel McCnithy was next Intro-
(Iiici'd nnd thanked tho peoplo of
Oahu for their biippoit. Ho promisod
Because WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
LTD., received by the two last steam.
ers 168 Cases of TOYS and HOLIDAY
i-niK iasi nigni to tnnnie tlio voters In tho last election. U said when ho
for their support nt the last election, and nil bis MiicceBBfiil Democratic
There were present about 5300 people. comrades commenced to work In Jnn
Including women nnd children. whounry coming they would do what is
composed nhout thrce-fourths of the j light for them. Ho sahi hohad henrd
audience. tmt ttl0 ,)rcRPnt nonril of supervisors
beateel on tho stand besldo Shnnks j was going lo use up nil the money
Mossmnn. who oflblate.l ns chairman, there la In tho treasury so as to leave
ooocis, both for old and younn; XMASllast speakers, Hul 3ald laukea was
nnn'L.Tovl. SbSNu GIFT!l'u mP uiiet would wash away the
ehlW '.hoJld h.v. the L.tSt-THl '
TEDDY D and TEDDY C.
R005CVELT BEAR BOOK.
Come eaily before they aro all no, t.
lAff tl ftl I jh.
wan, nionois uo
J- V.. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIrlBR.
13(0 FonT 0T. mar PCRPTANIA.
Bswlng maclilmi for soli,
TCL, MAUI 11,
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 303.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
Hotel Street Store
to Introduce nn election law so that
thcro would not bo nny recounting
after Iho election wns over. Ho pro
mised slid to nmencl Iho present liq
uor law for the better.
It. II. Trent next addiensed Iho au
dience, lie said the result of tho
election of last Tiu'sdny showed that
both the Iiaoles nnd tho natives voted
for n clean ticket. He said tho polle-o
machine hnd been bioken nnd n ilein
pollco ncttnlnhitrnllon will be Insti
tuted ns soon as tho time comes fur
Iho now Sheriff lo step In.
Chns. Williams, the County Attor
ney of Hawaii, said that Iho Demo
crats and the Homo Killers, in llnwall
l.nvo fused nnd Hint was the reason
why the Itepiiblle-nns were badly de
feated He spoko of how tho Itepub
llcnn Hoard of Supervisors attempted
to upset County Sheriff Ke-olnnul'H
running of tho police nffalrs, nnd how
Iho Territorial Supreme Court sus
tained, his views In tho matter. Ho
tnld it was nlioul time foi the Homo
Killers lo fuse with the Democr-v's
nnd pull together.
K. 11. McClnnnhan thanked Iho vo
lera Tor their support nnd especially
the voters or tho Fifth District. He
said ho wns not a prluco or he would
hnvo gained more voles nt iho last
election. Ho hoped that, thu peoplo
would bo given their expectations.
Knnl sang tho McClannhnn campaign
Frank Harvey, who was elected Su-pervlsor-at-Large,
thanked Iho voters
us well as tho ladles for their support
tlie new Hoard without money to
'slnrt with. "Tl.ev ni.-n nv i,i
Harvey, "that wo cannot do nnythlug
because wo aro all Hawallaus," Ho
mini.f.il flint ntll,l ,ln n ...nil a ...... H
I" .. ,, ...,..t. .... ..n ,..,, ,a .tivil
laole friends. In closing ho thnnhed
the people, hnnles and Civic Federa
tion friends for llll'lr Ullt.mnt Tlm
Knal Oleo Chili nan-? . m.i.p nn..m...i.
, would dlschnrge the duties of his of.
lice ncceirdlng to law. Ilefnro closing
, iho Democrats It would be Iho best
thing thnt they could do.
' Chnrles Hose, tho defeated condl-
tmto for Auditor, thanked Iho voters
for their mippnrt nnd nsked them to
rupporf him iignln nt the' next dee
M. A. Sllvn said he was glad that
tlio machine hud beJii smashed.
Joo Fern also thanked tho votcis
lor their aupport and promised to do
right by the people.
Chns. Ilroad thanked tho people for
tho support they had given him nud
I ,,0"Ml tll"t ln ",0 f,""r" ""'' wmM
BHIIIMIl L IJUI1 MhUlli IU VIl'IKf,
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people, ntul said ho was thnnkful In! Tho following Jury wns selected tu
tlod lor tho victory or tlio Domocintn.l try tho case: II. W Dn.inn. W. C. (Jll
lie said the Uepubllcans with nil their man. S. W. Spencer. J. II. Dmw, 11,
money and liquor could not lnlliieii..jllicaicliiiore, W K. Walamnii. At:'
.tho Ilawnlhins any longer, and thnt n
good many Hawaiian voters did tint
vpto lor llrovvn after Ihey hud hoaid
Hrown'n speech nt Iwllcl.
Jou Klakiihl mid S. K. Hut wero tlm
lv"""1U"" ""l 0 lht '' C -"
VWU I II V Ul1VU
Killloi Hvenlns llulletlir -Kindly
permit me ono half tho up ice used In
last ovdiliiR'u paper In vllllPtMlluii oi
lacl ovtiiliiR'u paper In vllllli'.illoii in
iuvsck in oruer that may l.o tightly and the receipts nn this actouni should
Judged by ni) filciulj nnd yiiiiindf ihe vrry laigq.
ant employed it t Fisher's miction room)
lor Iho past three yens ami In the iiX' I
i rri'Uo uf my iluhU us it clilteii uf tho
I'lllU'il Htutcs, KHM my Mippoil In Iliu
I'Uiiip.ilMii Jiut iliiu. tu llin iioiiiliiiej
Uf thu IhiiiiiKi'iilln y, deny Hull
till Iliu follyu l.'tmil )iU'ij)- klule.l
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D5POT FOR BOS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
In Fall Creations
Characteristic of Superi
ority and originality in
design and workmanship.
OUR PRESENT STOCK OF OflNA.
MENTAL COMBS IS EXCEPTIONALLY-
AND THE PRICE8 ARE MODERATE.
Call and See Them.
Hint I called Tom Leo e.r nny other man
n Democrat, the facts being tho re
verse.? .Mr. I.ce having called mo u -
of n -f Democrat at tho Kewalci sa-i
I do ii and I hit hint, as you would have
done wero you In my place. Sir. I'Mllot.
I wns then pounced upon by two per
sons nnd pummelled In a finish. Went '
out to hnvo them nrrcsted, pointed the
men to the policemen, wns hit by imo
of thorn in the presence of said police
man, went to tho station house with
Ihem, was locked up instead of them
being lucked up, nud yesterday pleaded
guilty to n dun go of ntaniill nnd but
tery. Now comes my Innings mid if
you have n reporter that can rciitnl
the truth let him come to tho I'oIKu
Comt when any ease, nto culled In
which I will njipenr us complainant nnd
he wilt give you homo real sensational
evidence. Doping you will do mo the
Justice of publishing this, I am
ho was caught In tho sloro by the own-
cr, ho bolzcd the Jnpancso by the threwt
mid was only prevented fre.m choking
him to dentil by the fact that the groans
of his victim wcio henrd nnd outsider
lushed In to fceo what was tho matter.
Tli" police oxoi cu the belief Hint bo
ban been concerned III oilier robbcflcs
which have tuken place In the illy and
with tho strong enso which tho prose
cution, conducted by Deputy Attorney
(icuernl Fleming, will put up, think
that he may bo out of their way for
somo tlmo to come. The Inrgcr part of
tlio morning was tuken up by tho tes
timony of the Japanese, who made mi
linusiinllv coori whitcsa for nn ur I.U
Dcwsett, I. W. Chnre, J. W. Mi-llumild,
II. C. Caller, Chaa, Spencer. Waller
Ycstcidny was the banner day co lor
In the tnx tcillccloi-'ti iiflln-, wliero the
mm ond liiLliilluiuiit of Hie Income nun
properly tnx U being icielv.-d; J'H.
711.05 win taken In ami t'ulnyV ro.-dpta
bid full- to he much Inigcr. On' ( heck
lecelved this morning, fiom . . ir-
vUll & Co. as the n.-nin for .i,a n -
lulu plantation, was lur over tluOOu
'I lie tax nlllro vv kiTp open every
iiLiht mil 1 1 Thiiikdnv. wi.t.-i. u n .
day on which (iimu iuy , ,,m MuH,
IkiiiiiiIiik ilelluiiiu.nl. limn htilil ii in
in iii'iiiiiiiiiiicIhiii Hiiuii hIui inn iiiuiiilii
III ml ID Iho (.Mini llniimi In thu diiy