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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1899.
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.Honolulu Chanter No. 1,
ltoj;nl Arch Masons.
MINISTER OF INTERIOR AVILL
DETAILS OF OBSEQUIES OF THE
GOVERNMENT MAY HAVE WATER
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY WILL BE
EXTENSION OF IRMOARD WHARF
Experts Show How Present Facilities
Cabinet Will Then Lease Property
Remains to be Brought to Kawalahao
Church Tonight and Received by
Guard About the Procession.
Electrician Cross Organizing Company.
Marconi System to be In Operation
Within a Year.
Local Government Adopts the Intima
May bo Greatly Augmented Cabinet
May Adopt Plans.
Back to Company President Dole
Talks of the Matter Pardons.
tion Mnjor Lnngfltt Gave It and Wilt
Carry Out Wharf Plans.
POWER HUN BUS 10 IE HUH II ARRANGING 1 IEI ISLANDS 10 I COBI
.. 'fe .There will be a Special Convocation
. ''of the above Chapter held at Masonic
Temple, corner of Hotel and Alakea
streets THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVEN
TING, at 7:30 o'clock.
. ) JWORK, PAST MASTER DEGREE.
A11 sojourning companions are cor
dially invited to attend.
- J. D. TUCKER,
Honolulu, June 28, 1899.
A quarterly dividend will be paid to
.the stockholders of Wllder's Steamship
Company, Limited, at their office on the
The Stock books will be closed to
transfers'from June 28 until July 1, 1899.
S. B. ROSE,
unolulu, June 28, 1899.
Yee Wo Co, Hannlel, Kauai, have this
day sold to us the two rice plantations
(Lee Hing Wal and Tal Shlng Wal) all
the leasehold, Interests, catties, buna
lngs and household effects.
MAN SING CO.
June 28, 1899.
f' -. NOTICE.
C. Wln&m has this day sold to us the
rice plantation (leased from W. F. Al
lien) Hanalet, Kauai, all the leasehold
MAN SING CO.
June 28, 1899.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING.
Of the members of the Queen's Hos
pital Corporation, will be held at the
"rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, on
Friday, the 7th of July, at 10 a. m.
GEORGE W. SMITH,
An assessment of 6 per cent on the
stock of the Kamalo Sugar Company,
Limited, will be due and payable on
July 1, 1S99, at my office, Merchant
1 Treasurer Kamalo Sugar. Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the stock
books of the Haiku Sugar Company
will be closed to transfers from Tues
day, the 27th, to Friday, the 30th lnsts,
J. P. COOKE,
Notice Is hereby given that the stock
tooks of Pala Plantation Company
-will be closed to transfers from Tues
day, the 27th, to Friday, the 30th lnsts.
J. P. COOKE,
A large double standing desk; in good
condition; Is for sale at a bargain. Ap
ply to I X L corner Nuuanu and King
38 Big Mules.
6 Draft Horses.
1 Heavy Draft Team.
1 Surry Team.
2 Saddle Horses.
1 Pair Ladies Ponies.
1 Saddle and Harness Combined.
3 Ladles Drivers.
2 Gents Drivers.
- 1 Handsome Surrey Horse.
"2 English Traps.
1 Ladles Shopping Cart.
2 Road Carts.
11 Sets Double and Single Harness.
4 Saddles nnd Bridles.
Anything and everything In this line.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.
Corner Alakea and Queen streets.
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safe De
Offices. Flro Insurance.
Proporty Taken Care Of.
Stock and Bond
Well Organized and Rellablo
Can Manage Your Proporty Eco
nomically and Wisely
GEO. R. CARTER, Treasurer
407 Fort St., Honolulu
The Government has under consider
ation the matter "of utilizing the water
of Walahole for light and power In Ho
nolulu. Electrician Buck and Superin
tendent Rowell have made a thorough
Investigation and have submitted a re
port to the Cabinet which will likely be
acted on during the week. It Is found
that the water can be used for the pur
pose Indicated without materially Inter
fering with present schemes of irriga
tion there. On the matter of elevations.
etc., the report continues as follows:
E'svatlon of ditch head 140
Elevation if Halona falls 820
Elevation of top of Walhlwal falls.. 820
Available head of both streams
nbove ditch head 580
Flow In south branch 3.27 cubic feet
Flow in north branch 1.63 cubic feet
Total 4.9 cubic feet per second.
Horse power, 250.
Allowing a loss of 3G per cent in de
velopment and transmission to Hono
lulu, leaves available horse power In
This will be sufficient for 160 arc
lights; or If applied to pumping water
and used during twenty hours each day
will save the consumption of 128 tons
of coal per month, or 1536 tons per
The distance from ditch head to Junc
tion of streams Is 4000 feet; from June
tlon to Halona falls 2400 feet: from
Junction to Walhlwal falls 2400 feet.
Estimating for a 12-inch pipe from
power station In Junction and 10-Inch
pipes "from Junction to stream heads,
the cost of Installation will be as fol
Pipe system.... $21,000
Power station , 7,000
Line to Honolulu.., 8,000
Total ' , $36,000
COST OF POWER.
Interesfon capital at 8 per cent..$ 2,880
Running expenses power line per
Total $ 5,300
COMPARED WITH STEAM POWER.
1536 tons coal at'$7 50 $10,752
Water power as above 5,300
Net value per annum 5,152
Per month 450
If the power should be used for street
lighting during the night It could still
.be. used for pumping or other work for
ten hours during' tho day.
The estimates of cost of Installation
have not been made In minute detail,
but are liberal and we believe quite
safe. Respectfully submitted.
W. E. ROWELL,
Superintendent Public Works.
THE STOCK MARKET.
Calls of Past Few Months on
The stock market rallied a trille to
day though there was no marked ad
vance. Kihei showed a little stronger
$12.50 being the ruling price. Ohia
recovered somewhat, $1 being the fig
ure at which most of the transactions
' So far as reported sales and innuir
les nmong brokers show, $11.7? is Hie
lowest figure nt which Kihei has sold.
The depression in assessable stocks
Is generally ascribed to the fact that
that there are lulling duo within a
very short period assessments amount
ing to $527,500; 5 per cent on Kamalo,
$37,500; 10 per cent on Maunnlei $90,-
000; and 20 per cent on Waialua sioov
00. And this comes on top of original
payments and assessments on the as
sessable stock of new plantations
floated within the past few months of
$1,750,000. This makes a total of $2,
277,500 of cash called for from the 111'
vesting class of this community with'
in less than a year, to sny nothing of
the capital absorbed by investment in
the paid up stock of these same plan
tations nnd by Investments in the
rapidly advancing stocks of many of
tli older plantations.
Sparkling and neat, full of vim ore
Hanan's shoes. Mclnerny Shoe Store.
The Honolulu Messenger Service de
liver messages and packages. Tele
The Hawaiian ukulele makes the best
souvenir, as It is made by natives and
of koa wood, a strictly native wood.
Those on sale by the Bergstrom Music
company are guaranteed to bo the gen
When your Bicycle, Gun, Typewriter,
or any article of fine mechanism
needs repairing, and wo will
SEND FOR AND DELIVER WITH.
"i OUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Tennis Rackets Re-strung,
TJncst Enamelling Department in
the city. In fact repairing done in all
Wo employ only tho best skilled
help and guarantee nil our work.-
A. W. PEARSON lRe,'Tobneer.th0
312 Fort Streot J 3GS
Minister King will proceed at once to
condemn and take over the wharf prop
erty of the Oahu railway company. At
a meeting of the Cabinet this morning
official cognizance was taken of the
recent decision of tho supreme court In
the matter, which sustained the views
of the government. The Minister of the
Interior was Instructed to carry out tho
original plans as of the government as
set forth In his original notification to
the railway company two years ago.
When the property has been taken
over it will be leased back to the rail
way company and-will, continue to be
occupied and used' b?j that concern. "We
nave no oesire to deprive me railway
people of the use of the property," said
President Dole this afternoon. "It will
be returned to them under a liberal
lease. The point we have been work
ing for Is simply absolute government
ownership of the water front. This Is
attained by the supreme court de
cision." Applications were received for the
pardon of Herring and Frletas, two
men In Oahu prison. The former was
found guilty of shooting Huntsman, tho
school teacher here in 1893. These ap
plications will be considered on Friday.
If approved, the pardons will be de
clared on July 4.
A native woman was given title to a
piece of land In Dole street acquired
from the Kekuanoa estate. Her pro
posal to sell It to the government was
also approved. The land extends out
Into the street nnd Is required by the
government as a part of the thorough
HAWAIIAN STOCK EXCHANGE.
Sales: Between boards. 70 Klhel 12 CO:
5 Klhei 12 50: 46 ilcBryde 3 30:' 40 Mc
Bryde 3 75; 15 Klhel 12 60f 42 Olaa .75.
Sales: On the board, 15 Walalua 93;
Klhel 12 50 ; 50 McBryde 3 25; 35 Mc-
Bryde 3 25.
CITY OF COLUMBIA.
Movements the Day She Changed
Some misunderstanding having
arisen, it is said, from the published
reports of the City of Columbia s
.movements on Juno 22, the day she
changed her nnehornge, the following
from the log of that day, furnished by
Lrlnet Engineer A. 1 . .Mouir, is pub
lished: "Started "fires in middle, anil, after
port hollers; steam on after sturboiml
boiler; getting ready to shift anchor
age. Weighed alienor at 1 p. m. Start
ed for Bell buoy; anchor chain fouling
n looker Kept, on going, ieeu pumps
failed to work. Started back, pulled
fires in after starboard and after port
Doners; run as far as steam would
turn engines witli one boiler. Drop
ped anchor tit a:l.i near Hell buoy;
FOURTH OF JULY.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner 111
sing "Star Spangled lianner" and" Col
uinbia at the Opera house.
Rev. Win. M. iineaid will probably
deliver the address. A meeting of the
committee to finally determine this
matter will be held later in the after
The program of sports, parade and
baseball is published in tills Issue.
LARGE VESSELS FOR LAKES.
CLEVELAND. June 16. The an
nouncement Is made that the American
Shipbuilding Company has closed a
contract with representatives of the
American Steel and Wire Company for
the building of four new ships that will
be the largest ever constructed for use
on fresh water. Tho ships are to be
built at Larain, O., and are to be used
principally for the transportation of
iron ore. The size of the projected ves
sels is given as follows: Length over
all, 500 feet: keel measure, 278 feet;
breadth, 52 feet; depth, 30 feet.
LAHAINA, June 26. The mill of the
Pioneer plantation broke down Satur
day, but was repaired and started up
DOES NOT. AFFIRM.
The eminent army officer entered the
'Will you afilrm?" asked the attor
"No sir," replied the brigadier, "I II
swear." The North American, Phila
The Canadian Inland Revenue au
thorities recently instructed Mr.
Thos. Mnclarren, Chief Analyst of the.
Inland Revenue Laboratory, to Inves
tigate the purity of aerated waters,
Ono hundred nnd twenty-one samples
were analyzed, twenty-seven of which
contained lead in heavy proportions,
but samples of Apolllnaris water,
purchased in Halifax, iN. H in St.
John, N. 11., in Quebec and Montreal,
were In every enso found in analysis
to be force from impurities of nny
kind. Food nnd Sanitation, 13th
Owl lunch room is located opposite
Criterion barber shop, Fort street.
FOR CAMARINOS' REFRIGERATOR.
Per S. S. Australia Cherries. Grapes.
Oranges. Lemons, Limes, Celery, Cauli
flower, Cabbage, Rhubarb, Asparagus,
Fresh Salmon. Flounders, Halibut,
Crabs, Eastern nnd California Oysters
(In Tin and Shell), all Gamo In Season,
Turkeys, Chickens. New crop of Nuts
nnd Dried Fruits. Onions, Burbank Po
tatocs, Swiss, Parmasan, Rochefort,
New Zealand and California Cream
Cheese, Olives. All kinds of Dried
Note Heads, Rill Heads and Letter
Heads. Star Office.
Late tonight tho remains of tho late
Queen Dowager Kapiolanl will be
brought from the Wnlklkl residence to
Kawalahao church. Princes David and
Cupid and John F. Colburn will super
intend the removal. A detachment of
Company G. N. G. II.. will meet the
pody nt the church and will establish
about the bier n military guard of
Though the details will not be com
pleted until later In the afternoon. It Is
almost certain that Major Potter will
again plllclnte as grand marshal of the
procession. This much seems to be un
derstood by those In charge of the ar
rangements. The ceremonies Sunday will be almost
identical with those of the royal funer
al of ldst March. On nccount of Its be
ing vacation tho Knmehameha cadets
and many of the girls' schools will not
be In the procession, however. In nil
probability the Kamehamehn band will
be in line and there will be d detach
ment of Artillerymen from Post Hono
lulu. The procession will be headed by a
platoon of police under Captain Parker.
Then will come the Hawaiian band and
the local regiment, N. G. H.
The remainder of the line will be af
ter tho order of the last state funeral,
which was the form followed in the
case of Kalakaua.
Following the reception of the body.
at Kawalahao church tonight, there
will be short religious services conduct
ed by Rev. V. II. Kltcat. It Is expected
that quite a numerous congregation will
LATEST ADDITION TO THE INTER
Was Built Two Years Ago Has Been
to Central America and Alaska Her
The latest addition to. the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company's fleet, the
recently purchased steamer Hueneme,
arrived off Diamond Head at 8 o'clock
Inst night nnd came Into the harbor
early this morning.
She came consigned to C. "Brewer &
Company, nnd brings about 400 tons of
freight,, mostly for the inter-island
companV-and Brewer & Company. Her
crew llf(.ccmtulnel the names of six
teen nlnf'.Some of them it Is suld were
really passengers but ns she had taken
out no passenger license, they came as
members of the crew.
The Hueneme (pronounced according
to the Hawaiian method of spelling
Walneme) Is In command of Victor
Johnson who has commanded her ever
since she was built and who has taken
her to ports as far south as Central
America, nnd as far north as St. Mi
chaels, Alaska. He will return at once
to tho Coast to take command of an
other vessel now being built.
The Hueneme was built by Bendlxon
at Humboldt, cnl., In 1897. Her engines
were built by the Fulton Enclneerlnu
and Ship building Company of Son
t'rnnclsco. She is 148 feet long, 33 feet
6 inches beam and 11 feet 2 inches depth
of hold. Her net tonnage is 201 tons.
She hns no passenger accommodations
and none will be built, though the cabin
accommodations win be somewhat en
The name under which the new vessel
will sail In the Inter-Island fleet has
not been announced yet, though It is
snld it will be the Nllhau. She came
here under the Hnwallan flag. She left
San Francisco on the afternoon of June
QUESTION OF TITLE.
The case of John A. Hutterfleld vs.
Charles Ron was argued in Supremo
Court today and submitted. Weaver
for plaiutill; Holmes for respondent.
This action concerns a lot nt l'unii-
hou formerly belonging to Springs, a
man who resided here a few days some
years ago and then skipped out. Oahu
college closed n mortgage upon it and
sold it to Jiutterlield, who in turn
mnde a partial sale of it to lion. The
def'-nse claims that the titlu is defec
tive, and it is tills point the court has
It Is more than likely that the South
well Opera Company, one of tho very
best on the Coast, will visit Honolulu
In July. For a long time the concern
has been playing nt tho Grand in San
i'ranclsco. two local promoters will
bring the aggregation to Hawaii.
FOR THE FOURTH.
Silk, bunting and cotton flags; red,
white and blue bunting nnd decorative
tissue papers, shields "our heroes, etc,
were received by Golden Rule Bazaar
and are selling rapidly for Fourth or
MORE OF THEM USED.
There are probably more Singer sew
ing machines used In the United States
than of any other one make. This Is a
very excellent guarantee that they are
ono of the very best machines. The
points of merit are strength, durabll
Ity. easy running and simple construe
tlon. Very little mechanism to get out
of order makes repair bills small,
When !n need of a new sewing ma
chlno examine the Singer before pur
chasing any other make. B. Berger-
son, agent, Bethejetreet.
Kerr, the Queen street merchant, has
Just received from London an Immense
shipment or ury goous. uney were pur
chased by his London agent at tho low
est possible rates for cash, and will be
Fine job printing. Star Office.
The Hawaiian Islands are to be con
nected by wireless telegraphy. Within
twelve months messages will be pass
ing to nnd fro between Knuat and Ha
waii and ail points In the group.
F. J. Cross, the expert electrician, Is
at the head of the project, and he is
most confident of complete success.
Back of him Is plenty of money and
moral support. Business men In town
are willingly signing contrncts to sup
port the concern with their business for
a period of five years, the condition be
ing that it glvo satisfactory service and
at certain charges.
Mr. Cross does not like to talk to
newspapers. He Is modest in this way.
At the same time the following facts
concerlng his project are gathered: It
is proposed to incorporate. Tho capital
has not been decided upon, but It will
not rencli $250,000. Arrangements for
material are already under way. The
Marconi system, now being used across
the English channel, Is the one to be
The cehtrul station and business of
the company will be In Honolulu. At
Dlnmond Head will be a station, con
nected with one on the Island of Molo
knl. The latter will communlcnto di
rectly with the second station, on the
Island of Maul, at or near Lahalna.
The next station will be on the nearest
point of Hawaii.
On each of these four Islands tho
compnny will have direct connection by
telephone or otherwise with all of the
towns and with many prominent resi
dents. A message from Honolulu to
Hawaii would land In a few seconds In
Kohala and would be communicated In
stantly to any part of the Island.
The only part of the scheme that may
be called In any way experimental is
the part of the syBtem between Oahu
and Kauai. The distance Is about sixty
miles. It Is only thirty-two miles across
me Ingush channel at me point now
occupied by Marconi. Mr. Cross has no
fear of failure. In fact he Is satisfied
that the Knual circuit will be as sue
cessful as the others.
So much has been written of late of
the Murconl system of wireless tele
graphy that It Is well understood. Sound
waves are projected on straight lines
between stations and fall upon sensi
tive turns or receivers, in snort uis
tances, as between Islands of this
group, stations would not only be unob
structed, but In most cases would be
distinctly visible one to the other.
Mr. Cross Is already hard at work up
on his project. The start has been i
good one nnd success In organizing Is
now assured. It would appear that the
stock of the company will readily be
come a desirable security, as a great
deal of business Is nlready In sight nnd
Commandant of the City of, Columbia
Resumes His Duties.
Captain J. R. Mucoulay, the pilot who
cominaiuled the City of Columbia dur
ing her engagement In the quarantine
service, has resumed Ills regular pilot
duties. He says that he was In good
compuny and the period of quarantine
passeu as pleasantly as could be ex
He moved from the original unchor-
nge Ewa of the mouth of the channel
party because the vessel rolled very
heavily at that point, and he did not
like to be so nenr a reef on his lee; he
moved partly, also, because he wanted
to try his engines In case he should
be obliged to put the vessel under
steam, nnd he anchored where he did,
becnuse It was a good anchorage.
EVERY PROSPECT PLEASES.
H. Hoogs' Trip to Molokal, Maul
W. H. Hoogs returned by the Kinau
from a trip that took him over the new
plantations on Molokal, around on Maul
from Nahlku to Hana and along the
Hamakua coast of Hawaii. The wharf
at Kaunakakal Is nearly completed. It
extends out far enough to permit
steamers to come alongside, and
though the harbor hero Is only an open
roadstead, being on the lee side of the
Island nnd with this wharf It will be an
execellent harbor. At Kamalo another
wharf Is being built. At this also
steamers can come up alongside.
At Nnhlku laborers quarters are be
ing built and lapd is being cleared.
The ride from Nnhlku to nana on!
Maul, Mr. Hoogs says, presents ns lino
a prospect ns Is to be found anywhere
nlnng the Hamakua coast or Hawaii
There are some excellent coffee lands in
this region nnd the Government In
tends soon to open up some land for
Weather Bureau, Punahou 1 p. m.
Wind light northeast: weather fair;
may bo light showers before morning.
Morning minimum temperature 73;
midday maximum 83: barometer 9 a. m
30.03, rising (corrected for gravity);
rainfall 24 hours ending 9 n. m. none;
humidity 57 per cent 9 a. m.; dew point
61 ! n. m.
CURTIS J. LYONS. Observer,
ONE APPLICATION RELIEVES THE
Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal.,
says: "During my brother's Into sick
ness of sciatic rheumatism, Chamber
Iain's Pain Bain was the only remedy
that gave him any relief." Many oth
ers have testified to tho prompt relief
from pain which this liniment nfforas.
For sale by all dealers and druggists.
Benson, Smith & Company, general
agent, Hawaiian Islands.
If you want a now carrlago or your
old one repaired call on W, w. Wright,
UNCERTAIN SUGAR STOCKS.
Make an Investment In low price dry
goods that Kerr is now ottering and It
will give better returns on tho money
than uncertain sugar Btocks. Never be
fore has dry goods been offered at the
prices he la now selling them.
The Government has taken MuJor
Lniiglltt'8 hint. The Irmgnrd and Glu
mes' wharves are to be extended. Work
has actually commenced on the Irmgard
Major Langfltt who was here In com
mand of the battalion of volunteer En
gineers was at the head of a board ap
pointed by the government at Washing
ton to make a survey of tho harbor una
establish harbor lines beyond which
wharves should not extend. The lines
which this board recommended would.
If established, in event the extension ot
the Irmgard and Emmes' wharves as 1C
was the purpose of tho local govern
ment to make at the time this report
was adopted. The local government
sought to -secure a modification of the
recommendations of the board of sur
vey, but without avail. However, be
fore Major Langfltt left, he unofficially
Informed the local government that it
would probably be some months before
his report was reached by the War De
partment and possibly several months
later before It would be acted on. In
the meanwhile the report was simply
in the nature of a recommendntlon and
was not binding on anyone. If the local
government, he Intimated, went ahead
in the meanwhile and made its propos
ed extensions, they probably would not
be Interfered with as long ns they did
not Interfere with navigation until some
other means of meeting the needs of
commerce in the matter of wharf room
had been devised nnd cnrrled out.
The local government, it seems, has
acted on this hint, and work wns actu
ally begun this morning. Piles have
been brought around Into place and the
pile driver Jas been brought Into posi
tion. The 'aftual work of driving plies
will begin vory soon,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
. Morning session Sales: . Between
boards, 100 Klhel 12; 20 Oahu 304; 00
Sales: On the board, lis Olaa 1; 200
McBryde 3; 30 Klhel 12; 25 Walalua, as
Quotations: American, paid up 165
asked; Ewa 31 asked; Hawaii Agri
cultural 297 bid 301 asked; Hawaiian
Sugar 215 bid 219 asked; Honokna 25
bid 26 asked; Kamalo 1 asked; Ka
malo, paid up 20 asked; Klhei 11 bid 12
asked; Klhei, paid up 45 asked; Kona 0
nsked; Maunalel 7 asked; Maunalci,
paid up 100 asked: McBryde 3 bid 3
usked; Oahu 300 bid 306 asked; Ookal-
22 bid 23 asked; Olaa bid 1 as -ed;
Pala 302 asked; Pioneer 300 askec ;
Walalua, 90 bid 92 asked: Walalua,
paid up 160 bid 164 asked; Walluku 4C
asked; Walmanhlo 165 nsked; Walmca
130 nsked'; Wilder Steamship 112 !
Inter-Island 160 asked; Oahu Rullway
stock 145 bid 150 asked; Government 68 -102
bid; Government 5's 100 nsked; Pos
tal Savings 93 asked; Oahu Railway
bonds 106 bid.
PLOWING BY ELECTRICITY.
It Is' said that Kamalo plantation will
Introduce plowing by electricity Into the
Islands. The surveys nre reported to
have shown that sufllclent waterpower
can be developed to furnish practically
all the power required on the plantation
Including electrical power for plowing.
BERLIN, June 14. If a conflict arises
between Great Britain and tho Trans
vaal, Germany will remain neutral.
NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT.
Tonight Is the mid-week change of
program at the Orpheum. PoBt and
Marlon will Introduce a musical skit.
entitled A Birthday Surprise. Other
members of the company have all pre
pared themselves with new songs and
dances. The play will conclude with a
grand cake walk.
Specialist for Eye, Ear, Throat and
Nose diseases. Catarrh. Masonic Tem
ple. Only one BEST bicycle. The "M
Cleveland. Come and see.
Received, ex Mohican, handsome line
of carriages and phaetons. W. W.
Strong & Garfield's
Yob Heel Not Be Afraid
To cross your feet In nny crowd
wearing a pair of these shoes
Made of best quality Patent Leather.
A correct Btylo for street wear or "Sun
SIGN OP THE BIG SHOE.