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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 19)2.
The War Fifty Years Ago
Confederate Enterprise In "the Far Southwest Fight
ing on the Rio GrandeThe South Plans to Seize
California's Wealth Federal March Across the
Great Descrt---A Battle on the Border A Duel at
the Cannon's Mouth The Famous Scout, Kit Car
son, Leads a Charge Federal Plans For a Spring
Campaign Lincoln's Orders For a General Advance
Anticipated In North Carolina and Tennessee.
Cv fusiiin croncr l
TIT un mi i of IM'1 lind been mi
cviiitrui one In il.e slnti. uiul
the uutunilllfs li.ul pa hi smut
attention lo alTnlt t far bcyml
the :islsslppl I he Confedcintoiause
glevv d.tj bt iliij lu (ln empire ulong
tin- ISIo Grande mil tin- Glln Ily tho
1st of August nil tbc foits of southern
J.uv Mi'.liu weie lu Il.e hands of the
Ciitifiiletnto. nnil the commander.
Colour! lolin II llsylur, by procluuia
Hun niiiH iitetl tho ('oufederute terrl
turv of iluun Soon afterward (!en.
ii' II II Slli t untied uud assumed
cuiuuuu (1 or Hie 'unfi delate "Aruij of
0 h ih 1'utrlot I'ublUhini; company.
IICirilAI. II II. BIULkr. a X A , COUUAXD
Kll IN TKXAS AND NKW UkXICU.
Neu MerUo' nntl set nut to iapture
I'oit I'rnlg. the extreme southerly post
of li'ulnu fines In the terrltuy. About
this (hue General U. It 3. Cunli) was
pen: ti-oni Washington to orgiinlru (Lo
1'eilenil military and. make, what de
fense lietould of t-iisti ru .New Meiko.
(ieiiei.il Sibley h Instructions on till.
, liu iiiiiiii mil of the Arfxnii i Ccuifeder
ales li.nl lut'll lo ftillst volunteer
iniiiiilli lu u'l tint rilon. to open nr
(.otl iIIiiiih ult'i Hie tovernori of Mex
,lmu territory for supplies and an soon
lit Hie lYdtrul tone could tie driven
lloiu .New Mexicu on the east the Con
fi delates Mould move tuwuul Ihe (oast
with the i rj "Uu lo Sail Fruui'lsio:"
'Jills point gained, t lie Mexican states
adjoining would niter tlie ulllaiHe and
uu until t foi African shivery and a sup
ply of tieusuie would be Insured lu the
witith ut one griuul btroLe Sibley cer
tulnly Inteiideil to inlse uu army of
Boutin ru si uipatlilcrs lu .Sew Mexico,
Colorado and Ciillfniiili and supply It
Xiuui Mexlen "Hie objective lui of
the intupalgn." to use hl own words,
the iiiuttt of California "
March Across the Desert.
The I Yd el a 1 lomuiander on the Pa-cllu-ioist
wu (ieneral II. U. Wright,
unil In til in occurred Hie bold Ideu of
striking the Arizona Confederates In
the I ear b) u force organized lu Call
foinla. in unirili across tho desert, re
laptuie the coteruiuent forts aloDi; the
uoulheiti border, rrehilm ull the region
lo the I ulou mid open the old south
till mull route between Santa, l'e, N,
M , unit Tort Yuma. Cal. The plan
vmh Inuu.Hllnlelj npprorcd In Wash
littou. mid IroiiiN were deslfruutud to
Xnrni the expedition. Colonel Jnme I
II. CirUtou of the first California ol. '
uutei-rs wn chosen lender, 'i'ho lu-
lent Ion was to moe duilni; tbc winter
mid thus smro the iue und animals
the exposure to tho Imrnlnj; Colorado
and Ollu deserts, which lu euunner ure ,
luiixldered luiptiNSiible. The distance
to be iinrihed from the rendezvous on
the i oast to the Itlo Grande wus up
wurd of 1,1 MM) miles, und tliut nearly
nil tliroiich ii rerfou of complete deso
lation Hut nn Insurmountable obntu
iIh to t he winter mnrcli presented It
Keif ill once In the shape of uuprece
detilid inlus The country was Hood
ed, ojii ii plains beiutue ipianmlres, and
Vultle und horses were suullowed up
'Without ii chiince of rescue. Vehicles
of transportation could no! nme. and
lifter Iiiiik delay supplies were sent
mound hy water through tho milf of
California lo I'oit Vtitna, nuU u depot
'amis established there Tho Confed
enilos iHCtipled Tucson and were push
iuc weslwtird. und Cnrlelon'N advancu
vncotiulered them within fifty miles of
A Battle on the Border,
Meanwhile on I'eb. 'Jl, 1SUL'. tbo Ted
nil und Confederate forces on the
Houtb western border met lu combat at
iVnUerde, N. M. Tbc troops ou both
sides weie chiefly Tocal Aoluntccrs, al
though the I'ederal ranks were led by
jegulnr ameers, and many of tbc Con
federate olllcrrn had scried in thu old
ariny. The campaign openid with the
udtuncu of Ueuerul Ulbley uu the Itlo
(Iratide from Texas with ".,000 men to
ele ot en pun o the ko eminent posts
an ihe rher lie nrrhisl opposite Tort
CrnlK on the 21st (ieneral Cuuby com
iiundcd at the fort A pnrt of the
pinlion. which nninlieied UW0 men.
sullied out. crossed the rher mid droe
the euctny from his choen positions.
At 3 o clock the victory seemed to liniie
over the t'nlou banners In despeia
lion Klbley sent two stormlnc parties
ofiilnst Cnnbj s IhnLs The stonners
wile on foot, armed with sIhiIkuus.
iqulrrel rifles. icolvers and lames.
On the l'eilernl rlnht Hall's battery.
Mippotud bj Colonel Kit Carson's ills
moiinlisl ciinliy and a hattnllon of
recii' irs. droe back the stonners with
feirful slaughter, hut on the left theie
was iiiiolher klory to tell. Captain
Alexander All Hies buttery formed the
chief lenient uf xlreUKtu on that Hank
It wns nianiiisl by urulnrs and de
fended until eerv horse and half the
cannoneers hail been shot down.
A Duel at the CannonVMouth.
ll-ijor S. A I.ockrhUe. an old repu
Inr nrmj ulllceriuid former comrade of
Mcltne. Flood by Ihe hist uun, sur
rounded h his fallen hrues I.oik
rldpe pljieil his palm upon the uiuzle
of the piece ami deiuaiidiil surrender
The two wire uot three feet apu-t
I ooLlntr each other lu the face, both
nilseil their relohors aud tired 'lo
tether they dropped dead lu their
tiuiLs The disaster to Mcltae'x bat
ten turned the tide In fin or uf Sibley,
und C'jubi withdrew his lines to the
'irnon commanded the I'lrst New
!exho (nwilrj. and the hiuue clmiae
ter.K.hs dlstlnulsl ed him In the iinnv
tint he dSpIiijed lu the explorlu and
huutliu- (amps lie attacked .Sibley's
mej holdlji and wns pilnlni; the day
when sudden onlers tame to letreat
across the rlcr lu his report Carson
offered uu protest, but simply said that
his command wus sweeplnc every thing
before It when It was lulled off.
Cuuby lemnliied Isolated in Tort
Crnle until Sibley was disposed of
through natural causes The Confed
crates marched up the rher to Al
buquerque, where Cuuby planned to
attack' them. Hut ull the bUbslstemo
of Ihe reclon.was In I'ederal hands or
hidden lu pilvutc storage. Sibley bad
no funds lo buy from the people und
flunlly retreated tow aid the Texas lsir
der I.e.irului: tint Curlelon's Califor
nia column was approaching, be con
tinned uu to S in Autoulo w lib his fo e
depleted nearly one-half during his
(niupnlgn up the Itlo (iraiide Cnite
ton ultimately Joined forces with Can
by. und the old regular forts on the
Itlo Claude were held to thu eud of the
Other Events of the Week. .
On Peb. 1!) tho United States con
gress revived tho grade of lieutenant
general In the mliiy. It bud been held
by Washington nnd ended with his
death Ilrlgadler General U. S. Cliaiit
wus promoted major general In recog
nition of his Wctory ut l'ort Douclsou
The Confederate forces, were abandon
lug their blsu uf supplies ut Xnsbtlllo
and letleatlug wcstwuul to the Mis
sissippi iher uud soutbnurd ton aid
Feb '1 Jefferson DnUa and A'ezan
der II. Stcteus wcro In iu-iirnted ut
Itlchmond. Va us permanent presi
dent and ke president of the Confed
erate Stales uf Ameilcu In his Inau
gural addiess President Dulls bald that
by the Patriot l'abllthlnir company,
OE.NK1UI, E II. K. OANIiy, U. S A., COM.
UAKtlUU OS THU BIO OIlANDtt.
within a year n new government had
been established over 700,000 simaio
miles of teirllory Imposing demon
trutlous In lionur uf Washington's
birthday were the rule throughout tho
Lincoln's First War Orders.
On Feb, 21 Nushvllle, the former baso
of BuppJIes for the Confederate armies
In northern Tcnues.eu and Kentucky,
was occupied by General lluell's Fed
ernl forces The fall of l'ort Donclson
on ihe Kith rendeied the position un
tenable for tbe.Coufederutes Its cnp;
ture hud been the chief object of the
winter cuiupulau waged b) thu Federal
force In south western Kentucky and
Feb. S! was Ihe date set for a great
military event which did not take
place. This was u movement In con
cert of nil the nrrcles and Heels ot the
United States, as follows:
"Ordered, that the 'J2d dny of Febru
ary, lScK.'. b u day for a geneinl move
ment of the laud and uavnl forces of
Ihe L'nllcd States ngulnst the Insurgent
forces. 'Ibat espechlly the army of
uud about I ortress Monroe, the army
of the Potomac, the unuy of weslern
Vliglulu, the army near Munfordvlllc.
Kv . the army uud flotilla ut Cairo und
the naval fune In the gulf uf Mexico
be lead lo move on that diy."
For a proper understanding of the
tppllc.illon uf Ihe older to eondltlous
rxlstlug I cb '."J ll Is necessary to
UniHu at Ihe situation on that date
l'he army at l'oittess Monroe was
about 10.000 itroug Ihe Army of the
Potomac was covering the Hue about
fifty miles ulong the Potomac, above
And below Washington, pnrt of It be
ing lu Maryland mid pnrt Iti'Vlrglula.
The Army of Western Virginia was
scnttcleil In deliu hmeiits That near
Muiifiirdvllle. Ky . wus the fone un
ier l'iiiii.l If C lluell The uriny ill
Cairo ((insisted of ulsiiit IIOCUU men
under (ieneral U. S (Inint It belong
(d to Ihe di-paitment (ommunded by
Ceiieinl II W. Hailed,, who made bis
beadiuailers nl St lmls The tlotltla
there oiupilsisl four new Ironclads
which were expel lineiits. mid three
wooden gunboats 'Ihe ininmnnder
was Liiminndore A II 1'oole The uu
Mil foKe on the gulf uf Mexlio ion
slstiil of old Hue steam frlgules, ilnd
they wete serving ou lilixl.ado duly
Additions lu ihe Hi el were being made
dully, but Its new lomm.inder. I'nrra
gut, recelvid his onleis only a fen
days befoie. uud his fone wus still uu
orguul7ed All the forces were com
nuiiiihst by General George 11 MiClel
lun uud lie laid befoie the president
ut the time the order was Issued, weeks
0 by tlis Itevlew or Hsvlaivs company.
COLONEL KIT CAnsON, U. S. A., LEAUEll oy
1HW UEXKO OAVAL1IT.
before Ihe date set, u plan of tmupalgn
uready uiiilni war, nnd .Mr. Lincoln
pvrmltled the order to go unheeded.
A force was ulrcudy forming to lit
tail, the North Caiollua coast. This
was the lluriislde expedition. A force
under tieiiei.il W. T Sberiuan was op
ei-utlug around Savannah. Ga . and
lle.iufnrt. S. C. General lluell's force
In Kentucky wus confronted by n Irrgc
body of Confeelerates. located lu south
ern Kentucky und Tennessee. General
tlulleelc at St. Ixnils coimunnded not
only Giant's contingent at Cairo, but
delucbnieuts operating In Arkansas
lluell uud Halleck bad already been
ordered lo aet by MtClcllnn. and by
Feb. '."J the Confederates had been
dilven fiom Kentucky, Nushvllle wns
In the grasp of lluell. Fort Henry uud
l'ort Donclson had been captured by
tho Cairo forces, and Uurnsldc bad cap
tures Itoanoke Island nnd wus firmly
established on the coast
General Flan of Campaign.
McClelhin recalled the orders under
which the foices uojued by the presi
dent were acting or would bo nctlug be
fore Feb. k2 uud outlined the results
looked for nt tho em of tho spring
campaign. Ilnruslde ut tbo time of his
w tiling, Feb. 3, was about to land ou
tbo North Carolina coast, uud the army
und flotilla at Cairo were actually ad
vancing up tho Tenncsseo river. With
success along the line "our position
would ho: Ilurnslde forming our left.
Norfolk held securely; our center con
necting Ilurnslde with lluell In eastern
Tennessee nnd north Alabama: Halleck
at Nashville and Memphis. Tho next
movement would be to connect Willi
Sheiniaii on tho left by reducing Wll
mlugtou mid Charleston; to advance
our center Into South Carolina und
Georgia; to push lluell either toward
Montgomery or to unlto with tbo lunlu
army lu Georgia; to throw Halleck.
southward to meet tbo nuvul expedi
tion from New Orleuus. Wo should
then bo In condition to reduce at our
leisure ull tbo southern seaports, to
occupy all the avenuis of communica
tion, to uso the great outlet of the Mis
stsslppl, o re-establish our government
and nrui) In Arkansas. I.ouislunu aud
Texas; to forcu tho sluves to labor for
our subsistence Instead of that of the
lebels, to bid dellunce to nil foreign In
terference." The slgnlllcnnt thing nbout McClel
luu's plans Is that they contained the
gwrin of tho plans which eventually
won suctess McClellau's friends gave
hliu credit for the plans. His critics
said that the Ideas behlud the pluus
were on (lie at headquarters when hu
succeeded General Scott In November,
18UI. Wboevei coin eh ed them, thu
fuct that early In 1ML' the forces of
the north were moving imordhig to n
well devised and pructldi' scheme of
concentration nnd cooperation Is of
lilstoilcnl Interest All vvni not left lo
blind i linncc. us somen Wis of tho war
administration bavcofteu declared.
(Associated !-- entile 1
CHICAGO, 111., Iiiiiu ! Nolhlng
hut a gravo nllenca met (lie denuntla
lions of tho Toft men on Ihe National
committee hurled at their heads by
Colonel lloosovelt. Not one of them
would make nny HtnteirHint regarding
Hie Hough ldder's ntlnck of Saturday,
pur could any of them be. Induced lo
discuss tho goliernl situation
Over In tho Itooscvelt camp, how'
over, things wuro different, Mr Dixon,
cainpalgn malinger for the Colonel, de
clared that be In not going lo quit the
fight until after tho contests hnvo
1 eon decided ono way or the other,
contrary tn a report which has been
current. Ho may not unit then, ho
or tho political situation ho lind a
good deal to snv. Among other things
lie asserted that Ihe Tuft men on tho
committee arc planning lo throw out
tho lloosevelt delegations rum Cali
fornia, Washington and South Dakota.
Missouri's delegation also hangs In
Tho balance nnd mnv ho found wanting
when tho rfliivullou roll Is (ailed,
raid tho Senator,
Roosevelt's Oold Vords.
OYSTiJU HAY, I. I, Juno 1 Theo
dore lloosovelt joslorduy Issued a
prmlnti'nllnn, addressed In tho ltv
publhutlnnx uf the Nation. In which
lie calls upon them, in the name of
tho great founders of the party, to
lepuillnle tho nomination of President
Tnfl, If nt tho Chicago convention to
open on .limn IS the President secures
the majority of the votes
If President Tnft he declared tho
winner of the nomination nl the Na
tional convention, declares Mr lloose
velt lu his cnll to Hie party. It will he
ill dellamn of all Justice
Fnrlier In the dnv the furnier Presl
('enl dcclnred In n statement to the
press that the action of the National
committee In deciding Ihe Alabama
ronteals In fnvor of Ihe President was
n "linked theft."
Predicts Roosevelt Bolt. ,
CHICAGO. Ill, June a Ilepre
seiilutlve McKlnley, manager of Ihe
Tnft campaign, lu a statement, uolnts
to thu fnct that nine-tenths ot Hie
protests filed by tlni lloosevelt sup
porters hnvo been thrown out by tho
unaiilmniiStAotn of (lie Nntlonnl com
mittee as pioof of the fait that there
Is no basis upon which Mr lloosovelt
can hnso his cries of "Fraud!"
He predicts, that Mr lloosevelt will
bolt Ihe convention befoie the volo on
tho nomination Is taken, Inking thin
way of saving his fare from tho al
most ccrtnln defeat that faces him.
WASHINGTON, D,' C, Juno !.
Compelled lu act promptly by the re
port of further disorders In Ilavnnu,
nnd tho apparent certainty of a raco
war In Cuba. Hie Slate Deuartinnnt
toi'.uy through tho Navy Department!
oruerea Admiral ustcrhaus to start at
once fur Key West nnd mako ull pos
sible speed. He was Instructed to
lake two battleships aud bo prepared
In act promptly,
Tho conditions In Cuba nro believed
here to indicate that a war between
tho white and black races Is almost
certain and tho Government Is pre
paring to meet tho emergency.
Rioters Fill Havana Streets.
HAVANA. Cuba. Juno 9. This rllv'
Is in tho hands of armed rioters, whol
nrn ii,,tnni,,iit,.. ii. n v..mtnnin.. ,. '
the negroes ns tho ones rosponslhle,
for the landing of Amorlcnn marliicsl
on Cuban soil and for tho imsslhln in.
torventlon by tho Onltod States tlmt!,"9 lon .authorities served them.
may come. The streets aro filled with
tho rioters, who are pursuing all ne
groes to be found, with shouts ot
Lynch tho niggers!" Sevoral negroes
hnvo been seriously wounded In thu
lighting that has taken place and
grnvo fears aro felt lest th'o rioters
turn from pursuing negroos nnd do
niollshlug their houses to an attack
upon the American residents.
ALASKA VOLCANO ACTIVE.
8I3ATTI.U. Wash.. luno . Tho
IJvch of fifteen hundred peoplo, min
ers, prospectors and tho inhabitants
of severnl Alaskan villages, are believ
ed to bo In Imminent danger as tho
icfiilt of tho suddon awakening Into
activity of three volcanoes In the
M'outlan range, Tho volcanoes have
long been dormant until very recently,
vhen Ihov gavo ovldences of activity,
Hinoklng from tho tummlts. Now, all
three aro violently erupting, wbllo tho
whole Alnska Peninsula has boen
racked bv n series of violent earth
quakes. SKWAIin. Alaska, Juno 8 The
coastvvlso steamer Dora i cached lcro
this miirnliig and reported having seen
'ho eruption of the volcano Knlmnl,
Her crow had a harrowing experience.
For sovcral hours, vvlillo tho vessel
(rowiliul on nil speed, bIio steamed
Ihiough n hall of falling ashes and n
mist of poisonous vapors fiom tho
volcano. At limes It wns almost Ini
poshlblo to seo across tho decks, so
inicK wero tho ashes, and tho gases
from Ihe ( rater blinded the oyos and
burned tho throats of tho seamen.
Wireless dispatches from the sla
lion at Kodlnk fall to report any loss
it life duo lo tho eruption.
REVOLT AT SAN QUENTIN.
SAN quiJNTIN. Cnl.. Juno 9, In a
bloody revolt against their guards. In
which ono of the prlsonors was killed,
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Signature of OStMCtS
fftiw m m sat
The jjuLlic demands
a lure beer tliafc will
not cause biliousness.
T lie Brown Bottle
tects Senlitz from
brewery to your
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a number of tho Inmates of tho lirlson i
ll0r? ruc,,leu' '"lay und refused their
.u. declaring they would starve bo -
'9 "W woul11 B'n cat tho "stult1
The grub strike." as It 1b called nt
tbo "ien," hroko out at noon and be-
fore tho riot could bo quelled ono of
a priHoner and two long term men hadl
"ecu uutiiiurmuiy nounueu. u u 01
the guards was soveroly Injured by u
flying pepper cruet, which struck him
on the head and knocked him sense
less for some time.
Ihe rioters broke out of tbo mess,
hall and into thu kitchens, which neb
join, demanding hotter food Tho
cooks and trusties aided tho guards
und tinned the Jets from tho sleam
pipes used for washing thu dishes, In
to tho faces of tho mob. ami drove ii
back Into tho eating room, whore tho
guards subdued It.
Ily far tho major portion of tho
uuu prisoners weie not Involved In
MEXICAN REBELS LOSE.
IX PASO, Texas, June 9, Word
has been reielved hero that General
lluampiet, with u force of federal cav
ally, today met and defeated a foico
of Insurgents under Gencinls Cnmpa
and Argiimendn somo distance east of
this city. Tho fight wns a hot ono and
Itkled several hours. No report of
the losses bus been tecelved.
TOIllti:oN, Mux , Juno 9. Gonza
lea llnrlle, recently deposed as Ihe
lliiMiclal executive bf tho lovolutlon
aiy movement, was arrested here to
day as ho was preparing to lice from
mo eny, (jiiiclala of thu Mexican Gov-
uu lias ueen fnund lo hnvo embezzled
largo Bums of money,
COGHLAN MONUMENT UNVEILED.
WASHINGTON. D. a, Juno 9.-In
Arlington National Cemetery this nft
ernnoii was unveiled the monument of
Hear Admiral Joseph II. Coghlau, Ad
miral Dovvoy participating In tho cere
monies, which woio of an Impresalvo
Admiral Coghlan was tho captain of
tho Italelgh, which (lied thu (Irst gun
in tho Uuttlo of Manila and tho nuthor
ui me versos, --jueinsoii una uot l," n
satire on"i:inporor William of Ger-mnny.
uu eny, VJIIICiaiS or t in MUX can Gov- ...... i... i . 7 . I
crnment and his enemies declare' thatC, ' , lmd " tomiU' '" lntii
TWO ADMIRALS DIE.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 9.
a ff-. - Vir&fc
advances so do tlie
sales, of "Sclilitz in
ade Milwaukee Famous.
T ' "
Word wns romivn.i i,v m. k-hw n.
partment today of tho sudden death of
two Hear Admirals, retired, of tho
uniieu states Navy, Tho first of
theso ofllcers was Hear Admiral Hon
Jnmlii Pilfer Lamberton, who died nt
lllH homo here. ThA unennrl rx.na Hani.
Admiral William Henry Everett, who
lled nlnco his retirement.
HARD AFTER DARROW.
LOS ANQKM:s, Cnl., Juno 9. Dls
trlct Attorney Fredorlcks announces
that he will try Clarence Harrow on
the other Indlclmerits brought against
lilm In connection with tho McNainn
ra Jury bribing charges, for which
tllCrO IS Hllfllplntlt uvlilntina If tl.
piesent trial falls to bring a conVIc
MAY REDUCE SIZE
Heductlon of't)i0 slo of tho paper
currency of Ihe country looks like a
For a lung time Ibis sublect ,,,,
beeri discussed. Objections have been I
lulled and demolished, und otherH ,
raised and assailed. Secretary of the I
Treasuiy MacVeagh has kupt at thnj
uuesiiiiii, unci nas hud It gono Into
thoroughly by experts. Thu Indlea-i
tlons now ure that the reform Is going I
ui uu iiroiigut uuout before any grcut
length of lime
'Tho TieuBury Department does not
need special nullioilly to mako thu
enunges. Kecretury MncVeugh, how
" nu leonon ior uie
poliitment uf the rouiinltteu was to'
consider uny objections In reduced
currency from bunkors, business men,'
or others Another reason for It wus
lo work out the details of tho plan
i.i.i. c...,. - ... ii .1
udopl SeCrelary MacVeaB" ""I'"8 '
ml. ,i, , ., , ., ., .
Tho result of Ihe Investigations of
the special committee named by tho
Secrolury is favorable to reductldn lu
sl?u of bills and to aysteniutUutlon of
designs To begin with, It Is estimat
ed that about J 1,000,000 could bo Bitved
annually by making Biuallor IiIIIb,
inherlliilng and It returns to vu
Inrcst yonr inouey In Ilulletln
P 1 nM
kiiiiiiiKkw X iTtiiiiiiiiiiK
See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlite."
SPEAKING OF EAT8.
Thero was. a man our town
And ha was wondrous rash,
He went Into a boarding house
And alo a plato of bash.
Thero was a man In our town
And ho wan worse, by golly 1
He stopped n greasy Mexican
And ato a but tanmlo, '
Thero wns a man In our town
Who longed for Huston xcenes;
'A'"1' J"st lire,ul"ll"l " wua there,
Ho ato u dish of beans.
There wan a girl In our town
Whoso appetlto was fllckle;
Her favorlto repast, they sny,
Was Ico cream and a pickle.
Sprlnglluld (Mass.) Union.
Thero was a man In our town
A tourist for' n day;
ThJr ,"ok lllm lo a uK ll,a"'
And now bo's here to Btny.
PMR NEER FOR KAUAI
CI'1U"1IC ...... -1 .4"'
WAN I b tinlUub blUb
J, II. Moragne, engineer for tho Ka
uai Loan Fluid Commission, is adver
tising fur lenders for building a 100
foot concrolo girder bridge across
nuuu nnuuiii m niiuuiui, nuuui, i no
bids will be received until 12 o'clock
Kilauea uticum at Kllauun, Kauai. Tho
iip-;.iuiy uui, ui i.iuiiu i-innn, speciuca
tlons and partlciilnis will bo furnish-
'l upon application, accompanied by
?a-00" '" ,l10 I'0'1'1 Kl"1 t'ouimlsslou
. ... . L'T..', ., . .
Snow fell 111 I'ortlm d. Me, and vl-
clnl.y for 20 ininuteH Mnj 21 Never
lias snow rnlli n there, so lute In May
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets, All druggists refund
the money if ii fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
l'AR13 MEDIUM! CO. tt. Unut. 11,9 4