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TUESDAY, OCT. 13, "lis5. "
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Y. M. C. A. singing class
this evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tin: Pacific Navigation Co.'s new
warehouse is almost completed.
Ahout th'uty gentlemen sat down
to the annual lunch of the Plantcis'
Company this afternoon.
Coi'iourf rains out Palatini way
this morning filled the Nuihalewai
stream with muddy water.
Tm: Gazette came out this morn
ing and will continue to lie issued
on Tuesdays instead of Wednesdays.
Mil. Clarke's ferns, -etc., noticed
a few days ago, are on sale jil Wil
liams' photograph rooms, as well ast
King's art store.
Youxo men desiring to join a class
iii'geomelry will please meet in the
Y. M. C. A. parlor at 7:15 this
evening to arrange for same. ,
The teachers of the Bethel Sunday
school have their monthly meeting
at the residence of Mr. H. F. Dil
lingham this evening at 7 :!)0 o'clock.
Ax aged native man who resides
on Punchbowl street dropped dead
this morning, on the corner of
Queen and Richard streets, from
Jin. W. II. Bailey, wife and child,
Mr.. S. D. Fuller, Mrs. Macfarlano,
Mr. Andrew Moore, Mr. T. J.Lowrcy
and Mrs. E. C. Damon are booked
to leave for the Coast by the S. S.
r Mariposa on Thursday next.
Mn. E. Dowsett and Sandy, Dow
sett's horseman, were riding in a
break along Queen street this after
noon behind a' balky horse. When
in front of Adams' the horse fell
and was with dillicully persuaded to
rise again. No damage done.
At the meeting for drill, this
evening, of the Honolulu Rifles, they
will probably call for a special meet
ing to considcrcr financial matters,
and make arrangements for the
Dii! McGmnv's residence was
beautifully illuminated last night
for the complimentary band concert
to Miss E. Gay. Many invited
guests luxuriated in the light, the
music and the graceful hospitality.
Six those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 110 3t
L. Aw.r.it begs to inform the pub
lie that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
132 lin '
Tin: Central Park Skating Pink
will be open every afternoon and
evening, on Wednesday and Satur
day afternoons for ladies and child
ren. Good piano music. The
Roller Coaster will.also be open on
Saturday night, with music by the
II. II. Babcock, referring to the
statements advertised by Mr.. S.
McCauley that "six pianofortes were
ruined on Kauai by the late expert
who visited that island two months
ago," and that the said expert villi
ficated Mr. McCauley's character
"to get their work," respectfully
announces to the public that both
the above cited statements are un
true. II. H. Babcock tuned several
pianos in Kauai, and left them in
good order ; and had no occasion to
employ any villillcation of Mr.
McCauley's character to get work,
as his work was ordered before he
left Honolulu. II. II. Babcock is
willing to tune pianos alongside of
expert No. 2, and leave the quality
of the work to bo judged by the
most competent persons that can bo
selected. II. II. Babcock has re
commendations from Kohler &
Chase and A. Benham, San Fran
cisco, and Mr. Cooper of Sacra
mento. II. II. Bahcock.
Honolulu, Oct. 12, 1885. 118 2t
NEW ZEALAND OWLS.
A queer story comes from New
Zealand. The owls in that island
used to bo as harmless as doves ;
indeed, they once were "mousing
owls," and, therefore, useful. But
ono night asettler,loft a sheepskin
nailed to the roof, and an owl came
along and tasted of the fat mutton
left thereon. That owl became a
sheep-killer, alighting on a lamb's
back threo nights lator. Still more
strange, all the other owls began to
like mutton, and now the New
Zealand bird of that species slays
thousands upon thousands of sheep,
their appetites growing by what
they feed on, and their numbers
increasing "in proportion to their
prosperity. They light on the
backs of the sheep and tear the poor
beasts with their beaks, going at
onco down through the carcass to
the kidney fat, which to the owl's
tonguo is the daintiest of morsels.
PLANTERS" LABOR AND SUPPLY CO.
Monday, Oct. 12th.
On the Convention assembling at
at two o'clock, Mr. II. P. Baldwin
took the chair, and the Secretary
read the list of officers elected by
the trustees, as follows: President,
S. B. Dole ; Vice-President, II. P.
Baldwin ; Secretary, L. A. Thurs
ton; Treasurer, P. C.Jones; Audi
"tor, J. B. Athcrton.
A communication from Mr. H.
Bergcr, Bandmaster, tendered a
concert to the planters.
Mn. Daviks invited the Company
to lunch as guests of the town mem
bers, at the Hawaiian Hotel on
Tuesday at one o'clock, and Mr.
Bergcr would be asked to play at
that hour. The invitation was ac
cepted. Mit. Jona Austin, in retiring from
the presidency, made some parting
rciliarks appropriate to the occasion.
Mn. J. M. HottNint') complimented
the retiring president for his dili
gence and attention to duty.
Mu. Daviks bore testimony, as a
resident of Honolulu, to Mr. Aus
tin's assiduity in his official rela
tions. He regretted his withdrawal
from the Board, hoping it would
receive his unofficial assistance.
Mn. Austin- thanked the members
and promised assistance to the
Board when it was needed.
Mn. A. II. Smith read the repoit
of the Committee on Labor.
Hon-. II. M. Whitney read that
of the Committee on Varieties of'
Cane. Both documents were order
ed to be printed.
Tin: Skoiiktahv read a paper on
methods of cultivation by Mr. F. H.
Austin, which was ordered to be
Hon. S. B. Dole took his place as
Discussion of the rcpoits" was
called for, and that on Labor was
the first taken upi
Mn. J. M. IIoiiNuit offered the
following resolution : "Insomuch as
the producers of the Islands are.
compelled to compete in the mar
kets of the world for the saleof their
products, and also compelled to use
labor at much higher rates than is
elsewhere used cither in Europe,
Asia, or the islands of the seas, for
producing sugar, thus placing upon
usJnirdcns that are hard to bear:
therefore, be it
" Resolved, that we heartily ap
prove the acts of our Government
and what they have accomplished
since our last annual meeting in
bunging and permitting laborers to
come to these Islands, and that wc
urge upon our Government, by this
resolution and otherwise, that they
put forth like exertions for supply
ing laborers the coming twelve
mouths, not only in bringing in
Poituguese and Japanese as hereto
fore, but permit the influx of free
labor from all countries with a
modification of existing contracts."
Mn. Smith thought the resolution
should be discussed and then left to
the Trustees to be acted upon.
Mn. Lidoate agreed with the last
speaker; the subject was one of
much linpoitancc and should
delegated to the Trustees.
Mn. Baldwin stated that in
card to the general subject,
lic hoped Portugueseimmigration would
be given the prominence. It would
be best if every point was studied.
The Japanese do not make team
sters, and that was an importaut
matter. Portuguese make good
teamsters iu fact turn their hand
to anything. .
Mn. Baldwin said the Portuguese
contract had been altered and was
now in good shape. The basis was
Mn. Lidoate moved that the reso
lution be printed and discussed on
The next snbject was cultivation.
Mr. Athcrton read a communica
tion on soil, from Dr. Martin, which
was accepted and ordered to be
printed in the Planters' Monthly.
A lengthly discussion then fol
lowed on cultivation, after which the
meeting adjourned until 10 o'clock
Tuesday, Oct. 13th.
Mr. II. I'. Baldwin took the chair,
in the absence of the President,
shortly after ten o'clock.
The Secretary's minutes of last
meeting were adopted.
Mu. P. C. Jones announced that
the Royal Band would play at the
Hotel from one to threo o'clock, and
that lunch would be served at half
past one, to which he invited all the
planters and members of the press.
The President called for discus
sion of (lie labor resolution pre
Jin, J. M. IIoiiNEit said it could
hardly be disputed that labor was
higher here than in other sugar
countries. In Java and the West
Indies labor was obtained for 10
centH a day, and the field hands
raising the' beet in Germany got
less than 10 cents a day. He asked
if the Convention was going to ad
journ without asking for more labor,
letting the impression go abroad
that they had enough labor. For
what they had done the past year
the Government were worthy of the
commendation, given them in the
resolution. Ho considered the Ja
panese had not yet received a full
trial. When the Chinese came
first they were thought little of as
laborers. Objection had been made
to Mongolian immigration on the
grounds of Christianity and mora
lity. But place Chinese man for
man against the renegades from
Christian nations, and they are
equally desirable as inhabitants.
Their loose morals was generally
what worked against white laborers
from Christian countries. Are wo
prepared to say wc do not want an
more Chinamen? They produce
three-fourths of all the' wealth of
these islands. It is said that the
white men are being driven out by
the Chinese. If he, with his Chris
tian schooling and training, could
not compete with a heathen he de
served to go under. It was integ
rity, ingenuity and skill that gave
the Caucasian the advantage. If
the Chinaman could live on rice at
live cents a pound, white men could
compete with them with beef at two
and a half cents a pound.
Mn. Daviks rose to move an
amendment to the resolution. Mr.
Horner and he usually got alohg
well together, but the former seemed
to he somewhat like Harold Skinpole
in "Bleak House." ' He was satis
fied, apparently, with everything.
The Government had acted ungen
erously with this association. Last
year the company hail asked the
Government to give them Japanese
immigration, or, if that could not
be done, to remove the restrictions
on Chinese immigration. The Gov
ernment informed them that, for
want of funds, they could not as
sure a supply of Japanese. The
Company only asked for Ghinese in
default of procuring Japanese, and
therefore he considered it highly un
fair that this association should have
been pilloried, by the press speak
iug for the Government, as having
been in favor of unconditional, un
restricted Chinese immigration, lie
would not say, after all he heard,
that they wanted unrestricted Chin
ese immigration. If the Govern
ment were as fair with their pens as
in their acts, on this question, he
would be perfectly satisfied. All he
objected to was that the writers of
those articles should have misrepre
sented the association. lie moved
the amendment of the resolution by
the Insertion of the words given in
italics below: " Insomuch as
the producers of these Islands
arc compelled to compete in the
markets of the world for the sale of
their products, and also compelled
to use labor at much higlierr rates
than is elsewhere used either in
Europe, Asia, or the islands of the
seas, for producing sugar, thus
placing upon us burdens that are
hard to bear ; therefore, be it
"Resolved, that we heartily ap
prove the acts of our Government
and what they have accom
plished since our last annual meet
ing in bringing and permitting
laborers to come to these Islands,
and that we urge upon our Govern
ment, by this resolution and other
wise, that they put forth like exer
tions, for supplying laborers the
coming 'twelve months, not only in
bringing in Portuguese and Japanese
as heretofore, but permit the influx
of free labor from all countries so
far as it can be done without
injury to other .national interests,
with a modification of existing con
tracts." Messrs. Macfie, Davies, Schacfer
and Horner discussed the clause on
"modifications of contracts" briefly,
after which the resolution was put
and passed with Mr. Davies amend
ment. Mn. Daviks referred to the loss
by the Company sustained in the
death of Mr. A. Unna, and moved
the following resolution :
"Jlesolvecl, That the Association
desires to express its sense of the
loss it has sustained by the death of
Mr. A. Unna, whose integrity, in
telligence and stability of character
have been always of great value to
the Association, and have always
been placed ungrudgingly at our
Continuing Mr. Davies spoke of
Mr. Unna as having been .i strong
man in the struggling days of the
sugar industry, and of his fine quali
ties as a friend and a man.
The resolution passed, and it was
resolved to furnish Mrs, Unna with
The resolution on Legislation,
ordered to be drafted yesterday,
was read, as follows:
"Resolved, That the Trustees be
and they are hereby requested to
prepare and present a suitable peti
tion to His majesty, to appoint a
Royal Commission to investigate
the present status of Police and
District Courts, and report thereon
to the next Legislative Assembly."
Mn. HoitNEii said there seemed to
bo some opposition outside to the
proposed action of the Convention,
lie considered the Company had a
call to do something in tlio matter.
It would not do to have foreign in
terference here. The country should
he able to manage its own affairs.
Mit. Davies did not see what there
was in that resolution to bo branded
as an opposition act. He did not
think the Ministry were to blame
for the aot of the Japanese Govern
ment. A steamer came here with
ogents of the Japanese Government,
and ho did not know if any of them
could have dealt with the matter
with any less difficulty than the
Government had. But what has
happened once may happen again.
Something scents to be loose here.
He thought there had not been pro
per inspection here. Our record
was not perfectly clenn in that re
spect. At the same time the privi
lege of interference demanded by
Japan could not be submitted to.
The resolution as amended was
carried without dissent.
Several subjects were called, and
a discussion started on the trans
portation of cane.
A discussion on the manufacture
of sugar followed, being opened with
a paper by Mr. Marsdcn, read by
the Secretary. It spoke of the
waste sustained in not looking after
the refuse matter. In Jamaica l0
gallons of ruin weie made to the ton
of sugar. The author closed by
hoping the distillation of rum on
these Islands would receive the con
sideration of the planters at this
meeting. The paper was ordered
printed in the Monthly.
The Secretary also read a paper
on cane cultivation, by Mr. E. M.
Walsh, manager of Paia plantation,
Maui. It went in for thorough cul
tivation and the best of seed cane.
Horse hoeing of weeds hail been
abandoned in favor of hand hoeing.
The paper was ordered to be
Mn. Lidoati:, reverting to the
subject of sugar manufacture,
thought nini was made one of the
main objects in Jamaica. He should
prefer them, on these islands, get
ting all the sugar possible out of
the molasses. Rum, if they wanted
to make it here, could be produced
from cheaper stock than sugar cane.
Mn. R. Halstead spoke favor
ably of the double effect as com
pared with the triple effect.
Mit. Liuoatr was wa'rmly in favor
of the triple effect, one great ad
vantage of it being that it got away
with the exhaust steam.
Mn. W. Goodale told of the suc
cess of the triple effect at Pahala.
Mn. II. P. Baldwin's experience
was that the double effect disposed
of the exhaust steam even more
effectually than the triple effect. It
was a subject, however, upon which
Mit. G. II. Dole, in answer to n
question by Mr. Litigate on cleaning,
gave his method of that operation.
Mn. J. M. IIoksi-.ii did not know
anything about sugar boiling, but a
boiler told him five percent of sugar
was saved by the use of piecipita
tors. Mit. W; II. Bailey and others
continued the discussion.
Mn. Tiiukston opened the subject
of forestry, with an account of what
Mr. Jaeger is doing with trees on
the arid slopes of Makiki, Honolulu.
Mn. AV. II. Pmivis spoke of the
silver wattle tree, valuable for its
tannin. Its seed was sown in drills
in Australia. It was a very rapid
The Piik-idknt, Mr. Dole, ap
pointed standing committees for the
year, as follows :
Labor W. H. Bailey, K. M.
Walsh, J. K. Smith, R. R. Hind, S.
Cultivation G. II. Dole, C. Koel
ling, A. Lidgatc, W. II. Rickard,
G. N. Wilcox.
Machinery James Ronton, C. T.
Hart, T. 11. Davies, W. Y. Horner,
Legislation J. B. Athcrton, L.
A. Thurston, T. R. Walker, W. R.
Castle, D. II. Hitchcock.
Reciprocity P. C. Jones, F. A.
Schaefer, W.W. Hall, 0. R. Risliop,
Transportation R. A. Macfie, jr.,
J. M. Homer, J. N. Wright, Chas.
Notley, G. II. Dole.
Manufacture of Sugar J. M.
Lidgate, Jos. Marsden, C. C. Ken
nedy, A. Haiinebcrg, Meier.
Live Stock J. II. Paty, Z. S.
Spalding, A. S. Wilcox, A. Dreir,
B. F. Dillingham.
Forestry II. M. Whitney, K. G.
Hitchcock, C. R. Bishop, J. Alex
ander, W. II. Purvis.
Fertilizers and Seed Cane II. P.
Baldwin, E. C. Bond, E. II. Bailey,
R. Halstead, Faie.
Varieties of Cane A. II. Smith,
K. G. Hitchcock, W. 11. Purvis, G.
C. Williams, G. F. Holmes.
Statistics B. F. Dillingham, W.
F. Allen, C. S. Kynnerslcy, II. W.
Mist, C. M. Cooke.
Fruit Culture G. Lycan, Jona
than Austin, C. Koclliug, W. P. A.
Rrower, E. Bailey.
At twenty minutes to one the
Company adjourned till ten o'clock
Monday, Oct. 12th,
Ah hook vs. Kanona, assumpsit
for 174.10. Judgment for plaintiff,
including commission and costs,
3180.0.-J. Appeal noted to Inter
C. J. Hardee vs. L. W. Wahilina,
assumpsit for $31. 58. Judgment
for plaintiff including commission
and costs 830.85.
E. O. Hall & Son vs. J. It. Sllvn,
assumpsit for 820. Judgement for
SUPREME COURT-OCTOBER TERM.
Fiuday, Oct. Otll.
In the case of Knnul vs. Makole,
a verdict was given for plaintiff.
Ilelnni(w) et al. vs. 11. Tcnoiio ct
nl. Defendants' motion that plain
tiffs deposit 850 for costs was
denied. J. M. Poepoc for plaintiffs,
Kinney & Peterson for defendants.
V. V. Ashford vs. I,. Tilconib et
al., assumpsit. Motion to open de
fault was argued, and the question
reserved for full bench. Ashford &
Ashford for plaintiff, Kiuney &
Peterson for defendants.
Christine Dias vs. Frank Gilliland,
breech of promise of marriage.
Demurrer submitted without argu
ment. Jona. Austin for plaintiff,
Kinney & Poteison for defendant.
Monday, Oct. 12th.
Present Judd, C. J. presiding.
Win. Foster, Clerk, .J. II. Sopor,
Marshal, the Hawaiian and foieign
Mr. P. Robinson vs. h. G.
Sresovich, ct al. assumpsit. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiff ; Paul Neumann
and W. A. Whiting for defendants.
Continued for terni by consent.
Wm. Horan vs. J. R. Holt, Jr.,
assumpsit. W. A. Whiting for
plaintiff; Kinney & Peterson for de
fendant. Continued for term by
A. Fernandez vs. People's Ice Co.,
damage. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff ;
W. A. Whiting for defendant. Set
for trial, lGth inst.
Kamihana (w.) vs. II. V. Glade,
administrator, assumpsit. Kinney
& Peterson for plaintilf ; Paul Neu
mann fordefendnnt. Tried before a
mixed jury, who rendered a erdiet
for plaintiff for S21G0.
Mr. C. W. Aslifoid this morning
filed before His Honor Justice Pres
ton an amendment to the hill of
complaint in the case of Stafford L.
Austin and others against C. Brewer
& Co. and others, whereby the Ono
mea Sugar Company is made a party
defendant in the case. The title of
the case now is Stafford L., Herbert
C. and Franklin II. Austin, plain
tiffs, against C. Brewer & Co., a
corporation, etc., Peter C. Jones,
Joseph O. Carter and the Oiiomca
Sugar Company, a corporation, etc.,
Ah Hong vs. W. C. Parke, tres
pass Quicrc Clausum. Paul Neumann
and A. Rosa for plaintiff. C. Brown
for defendant. Depositions of AVin.
Davis and F. Wilholm are taken be
fore the Deputy Clerk. .
Tuesday, Ucl. Kith.
Com t open at 10 o'clock. Judd,
C. J., presiding.
W. P. Akau s. R. A. Lyman, ct
al, assumpsit. W. A. Whiting for
plaintiff ; C. Brown for defendants.
Monday, Oct. 12th.
Jacob Knudsen, T. Boine, G.
Harrigan, Ily. Sugrient, Paulo, Ka
imi, Nailiili, were put under fines
of forfeitures of bail, 0 each.
M. P. Cropley, and John for
violating Express Rule ('., were
fined, with costs, $0 each.
Hiram Carr. for furious and heed
less driving, was lined, with costs,
All See was lined $( and costs
$1.20 for common nuisance.
Akiua and Keawe were fined $7
each, and costs SS and SI respec
tively for assault and battery.
Ah Loy, All llin and Ah Sing,
charged with having opium in pos
session, were remanded until the
Tuesday, Oct. 13th.
Ah Nee and Ah Yan, assault and
battery, $5.10 each.
Ah Tuck for using threatening
language against Ahoi, defendant
is ordered to give a bond in the sum
of 8100 with one surety conditioned
that he w ill commit no offence ngainst
the poison or property of Ahoi for
one year. Costs 81.10.
Bill forfeited bail for drunkenness
Le Hughes foifeitcd bail 812 for
disturbing the quiet of the night.
John Eg'an forfeited bail S10 for
Kealakni, for driving an express
for hire without a license, was fined
25 and costs.
ANTIDOTES FOR MORPHINE.
A number of dogs were recently
dosed with morphine until they be
came insensible, the object being to
determine what drug would net
most rapidly as an antidote. It
was found that hypodermic injections
of theine neutralized the narcotic
nhiinsL instantlv. iillllOU"ll it was
employed only after the heart had
ceased to beat. Caffeine had a con
siderable anli-nnreolic power, but
was not equal to the principle de
li ved from tea.
A computation made at the trea
sury department to-day shows that
tlio bullion value of a standard
silver dollar, according to the Lon
don rates of silver, is 7!l 7-10
cents. Worcester Spy, Sept. 10.
Mr. Townsend, a Wisconsin
s.r'inril-leat!hei-. was dualling an
...-'- 1 "
course it went
lleiug empty, of
off and killed Mrs.
CENTRE OF POPULATION,
The centre of population is mov
ing rapidly westward. It is now a
little to the south of Cincinnati,
having long since crossed the
Alleglianies. The movement has
been about 1 1.5 miles west for every
mile south. In 1800 the movement
westward will probably bo oven
greater, and, so rapid lias been the
settlement of the Northwest, the
centre of population will bo farther
nortli than at present.
The Mormon missionaries ought
to have learned by this time that
the South is a bad place to go for
the purpose of making proselytes.
They have been driven out of Ten
nessee, Nortli and South Carolina,
and warned to keep out of those
States. A mob of Spartansburg,
South Carolina, administered to one
of them, the other day, forty lashes
and ran him out of the county. A
second Mormon would have shared
the same fate if he had not got out
of the way.
There is this much analogy be
tween the Mormons and the Chi
nese: the former insist upon a vio
lation of the law by disseminating
the vicious doctrine of polygamy;
the latter invade ' the country and
spread immorality equally as ob
jectionable as polygamy. Thus they
degrade labor. Both are evils which
ought to bo got rid of. Mbrmonisni
will be an evil so long as it counten
ances polygamy, and the Chinese,
who are a disturbing element and
even more undesirable residents of
a community, will never be recog
nized as having equal social or poli
tical privileges with the whites.
.9. F. Call.
A man who abused Christopher
Columbus in a restaurant in Sacra
mento was pounded until his life is
despaired of. Chris, has friends in
this country who won't stand by and
hear , his motives in discovering
It is nimored that the grave of
Capt Kidd is in a sadhy neglected
condition, and no doubt the ladies
will at once forward gum-drops and
bouquets and evince, a lively sym
pathy for the bones of the uufortu
nate and good-looking gentleman.
The Oregon farmers have adopted
a cute plan of advertising the re
sources of the state. They have
fitted up a railroad car, which will
contain an exhibit of the various
farm, mineral and other products of
the country, placed it under efficient
management, and will run it from"
place to place, so that intending
emigrants may see the attractions of
Oregon, and choose it to settle down
Royal Hawaiian Agricul
THE Annual Meeting of thisSocuty
-n ill he held at the Hawaiian Ho
tel on TUESDAY NEXT, October l;hli,
at 8 ii. m. By order,
140 3t J. S. WEBB, Sec'y.
Chas. Brewer & Go's
1IOS10K LINE 01'' 1'AOKK'lS.
A nr5t.(,lass 'essel will be laid on in this
line to sail in all the month of Kovi-ni
ber next, if Biifilcient inducement oflots.
For freight apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
Or to "" Boston, Muss.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1S85. Ill) 3w
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Curiientrr and Iliilldcr. Baggage nnd
Druying and steumcr Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a liiM-elass
workman at 78 King f trect.
Jobbing iu above lines attended to with
piomptncss, and charges acrording to
the amount nnd quality of .oik.
Oflice Telephone, 2(2. Residence, lfiS.
TO LET or LEASE.
A COTTAGE on King street, seven
looms, including Hallnooni; n
stublu in rear; ailcMnn water laid; front
and hack yard, ltcnt moderate. Apply
to . A. FERNANDEZ,
Uti tf At E. O. Hull & Son's.
DR. BRINKERIIOFF'S system of
Rectal Treatment. A new treat.
ment for Hemorrhoids, Fistula and other
diseases of tho rectum, by a pioccas
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alnliea st.
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H. J. NOLTE'S