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m Bill! BULLETIN.
Pledijcd lo neilhtr Sn.1 not J'ttitu,
lhd J'Julablhhrd for the llrncfll of All.
THURSDAY, APRIL '20, 1893.
Jy tho way, Coniniissioiur Mats
tlon has noor inacU public, sinco his
loturn from Washington a month or
two ago. llio U't of his advices from
tho British Admiialty, to tho oircct
that a poworful Biitish squmlion
was on its iy to tho Hawaiian
What a picayunith spirit animates
tho Star is t-hown in its seizing on a
bit of hiiiiioious- chair in this papoi
for political capital. In doing to it
lakes occasion to employ a two
odged weapon that has already done
much sen ice in hinting tho cause
of which it is tho blundering advo
Hole's richness again, from the
Adveilisor: '"Tlie iim? of public oflice
as a ineaiii foi tho fiuthcianco of
private ambition, oi as a rewaid
for ten ices to a paity. instead of
-erviceb to tho state, without regard
to the puipo-e of the ollice or tho
iitno . of the candidate. i& thogioat
c'A dangei of free institutions in tho
woild." Then the Provisional Go
i inmenl, by its whole policy in re
j;jid to the civil sen ice, has brought
tho "fico institutions" of Hawaii
into the '"gieatest danger." What a
An editoiial from the San Fiau
'isco Rsamisier is piinted in this is
sue, which shows, that tho British
bugaboo i admittedly played out in
tho Lulled States. Only the mar
plots of tho P. Or. piess aio keeping
t he thing elevated here liko a scaic
imovv in a Chineo lico Held. The
positive di'sclaimei by Minister
Voilohoii-o of anv Biiliah designs
m (lie island-, lepeatod ptlitoiially
by the Examiner fiom its eoires
pondiMit'& interview with thai gen
tleman, i-, we me infoimod, authen
tic. It turns into innocuous gas tho
piobablv in-inceio and positively
Inunptious tlueat of C'oinniibsioner
Thuiston, which was also uttered by
some of hi- colleagues, that in ca-e
of icfusal by tho United States the
Piovisionnl Government would hand
the i-lands over to ('neat Britain.
Annexation must Ins discu-sed on its
ineiits both in Hawaii and the
very low esteem, when itcn.n nttompt
to palm off upon it such spurious
'flssuinnees'' of equal rights as one
of its recent issues contains. The
organ of the dusk fairly throws olT
the mask of hjpocrisy which it has
been sharing with llio V. (J. A., in
the "assurance" that, if the haole
annexationists do not make a stand
up light for tho native franchise,
"thoy will at least ask for nothing
for themselves which shall not bo
equally extended to the Hawaiians."
Wo grievo lo note, from the langu
age quoted, that tho leopard has
not changed his spots. The Star,
repioaenting, or professing to lopro
sent tho "piogiessivo" annexationist
sentiment, is simply expounding the
policy of the political buccaneer.
Tho Bi'Mxnx has maintained from
the first that tho annexationist pio
gram was to 10b Ihe Hawaiians of
their franchise, under the specious
pieloiiso of equal rights. The bucca
neers will endeavor lo saddle us
with a svstein that will exclude
o civ body white and blown from
the ballot box. and then point to
the result as a sample of "equal
lights for the Hawaiian.''
We lament tho occasion to assure
I our veiy joullilul, though not very
vigorous conleniporaiy, that his
knavery, in respect of tho franchise,
is only equalled by his folly in sup
posing that such knavery could pass
undetected. The hollow sham of a
pretended desire for Hawaiian lights
is laid open to view in its last edito
iial on the subject. What genero
sity, forsooth, in a caipelbagger of
le-s than two months' losidonee,
gravely assuring tho sons of tho soil
that ho "will not ask for anything
for himself, that shall not bo equally
extended lo tho Hawaiians." With
a clique of choice spiiits, iceruitcd
largoly from Ihe cai pet baggor camp,
seated in tho saddle and handling
the reins, supported therein by
Ameiiean bayonets, it would bo
of little moment to the pluudered
Hawaiian whether the noisy lump
of annexationists should or should
not be admitted to the franchise, so
long as he, tho son of the soil, should
be excluded from a voice in tho gov
ernment of his native land.
By Iiowis J. Iovoy.
eminent counsel in the Toledo
labor cases lecently adjudicated on
is lepoited to have said, "Jn no oa-o
lias it ever been contemplated that
The courts could compel a specific
peifoiimmco of a contiact of labor."
This is a pi inciple of cxi-ling United
States law which is commended to
the seiioiis contemplation of Hawai
ian planteis who profess lo bo in
favor of annexation at any pi ice.
"Don't foigot a clause to lotain con
tract labor." is the repoitcd parting
sally of a planting man to Commis
sioner Thurston as thoOlaudino was
departing with him and his col
leagues. That desiied, that ueces
saiy clause, for the salvation of the
Hawaiian sugar industry, was jetti-
honedwith oveiything else on the
Hawaiian side in, as it proved, the
futile effort to biing the annexation
ship into poit. If, as tho buulen of
aiguiiient for annexation on the
uneiican side i, tlio acquisition of
the Hawaiian Islands by the Unite t
Slate- isnnation.il r.ece-s lv, look
ing to the future, tuen tl.e liav. .u'.in
islands should not sell their inde
pondenco too cheaply.
THE STAB'S TAFFY.
It is significant that the Honolulu
coi respondent of the San Fiancisco
Call, who has given evidence of be
ing as much on the "inside" as any
of tho visiting new -gatherois, does
not take any stock in the Star's,
"tally" to the natives. This is what
the latest Honolulu budget to tho
Call contains on the Stai and its
"nowl.v discovered evidence:"
A now paper, the Hawaiian Star,
litis; recently sprung into existence,
the fust nunibet having been issued
3 est onlay. Tho managing editor, a
rsan Francisco uowspapui man, who
might to know better, is playing his
leading cards along this lino, sing
ing the natives to sleep, as it weie,
to the music of a franchise lullaby.
Ho assures them, in tho editoiial
uiiluuihs of the Star, that they will
jtll be enfranchised in the event of
annexation, and quotes the fifteenth
aim ndnicnt in suppoit of h'u nsr-oi-lions.
The United States would
hotter let the islandrf alone than au
iio.x them and extend tho franchise
to Ihe natives at once. TI103 are no
111010 Jit to oxeiciso it than aio tho
.trips and coolies, They aio wholly
i, lorant of tho A 13 C of tho princi
vo of popuhr government, and
iw vote, such as tho;y havo had,
lias nlvwijs been notoriously pur
chasable, fi) piomising them en
franchisement Win Stai H dealing in
We giieve lo learn that the ladies,
God bless "0111. of the annexationist
camp, are not sleeping well o' nights.
Tt is obscurely hinted by those who
ought to know, that tho insomnia
referred to is diioetly tiaceablo to
politics. This seems strange, in view
of the assurances of the most sub
lime, childlike and perfect confidence
of all classes and conditions of men
in tho siuceiity, sanctity, integiity
and capacitv of tho P. G., and tho
moial and intellectual piodigieswho
compose that body. Pi ay go to
sleep, dear ladies, and test content
in the consciousuessthat never was
a countiy blessnd with statesmen
and military defendeis liko unto
ours. Rest assuied that tho blood
ing spirit of peaco shall not bo per
mitted to bo distuibod by anything
less soi ions than a biace of spooks
in tho Palace giounds, or a kanaka
boy carrying an antiquated and dis
organized Hint-lock into tho Music
Hypnotic ltevolation. .
1 never until now havo been a be
liever in hypnotism, 1 ui would
like to know the Holonma's friend,
nho gave an i :-l tin e jI hi- ponei
the ot h r daj 1- poitod in iha
,iapcr ul the ID i.
I i- 'tn a-toni-ii n.,' I.icl ii .i it
t.o dailies with the fain fii e
wh'eh suil.e me a- -a 1 ntu bin.
merited, have complied with tho
ple.i-aut-looking, clean-shaved gen
tleman's suggestion, or 1 maj say
mandate, and the P. G. has decided
ly diopped law-making. They have
doubt le-s reinomboied Lincoln's
pertinent lomaik, "It's a bad time to
swap hoises when you are cio-singa
stieani." And anyhow wo havo 10a
son lo thank hypnotism for a cessa
tion from blackguaidism and a fair
ly clean i-suo in tho two governmen
tal oigans. wash vour nanus, uon
Special Term Supromo Court - Decl
siona in Upiockola vs. Macfar
lano and Eftan & Gunn vb.
This morning a special term of the
Supremo Court opened in tho up
staiis court 100m. Present: Chief
Justico Jttdd, Associnto Justices
Bickeilon and Frear.
The Queen vs. M. G. San Tana;
violating limior law: anneal from
May tovm Tiiiul Circuit. Attornoy
Geneial W. O. Smith for prosecu
tion; P. Neumann for dofondant.
Argued and submitted.
.hidgo Whiting has rendorcd a de
cision 111 tho Circuit Court on tho
case of Clatis Sprockols vs. G. W.
Maefailane, a bill lo forocloso lion.
It is a dootimont of 20 typewritten
pages, containing much of the testi
mony. Upon t ho ovidonco and law
the Judgo finds in oiroct as follows:
The plaintiff is tho bona fido holder
for value of tho negotiablo promis
sory note executed by G-. W. Macfar
lano to the 01 dor ot Bishop &Co.
for 125,311.07, dated March 2(5, 1890,
duo Dec. :il, ISill), with interest at 8
percent per annum, ondorscd and
transfoned to plaintiff by Bishop &
Co. without iccourso, that tno note
is oveidue and payable, and duo
demand has been niado for payment,
and it is still duo and unpaid. Tho
ll'JO shaios of Waikapu Sugar Co.
stock was duly and legally pledged
and deli vet cd by G. W. Macfarlano
endoiaedin blank to Bishop te Co.
as collatoial to said note. Thoso
shares aio collateral sceuiily to tho
negotiable noto and aro available to
tho plaint ill' as assisjneo of Bishop &
Co. and endoiseo of the note. Plain
tiff is the pioper paity to bring this
suit and it is not nccessaiy to bring.
it in the name of Bishop iv Co.
Theie was no trust oxpiess or im
plied which created an ostoppol for
the enfoi cement of tho collection of
the note by plaintiff and tho salo of
tho shares, except tho light of re
demption in the dofondant upon
payment of tho debt. Plaintiff is
entitled to an account as to the
amount owed by defendant and inte
rest on noto from its date, also to a
judicial sale ot tho shaios pledged,
anil an application ol tho moneys
realized from such salo to the noto,
and a judgment and decree for any
balance unpaid. Tho prayers of
plaintiffs bill are granted, and leayo
is given to plaintiff to apply for
further outers, as ho may bo advised,
as to the time, place and terms of
sale of the shares pledged, and. tho
plaintiff may bo a bidder at such
sale. Tho cleik is directed to coin
pulp the amount due upon the noto
and intoiest. F. M. Hatch and C.
Cieighton for plaintiff; A. S. llart
vvell for dofondant.
The Supremo t'uuit has 1 mulcted a
dccl-ion by Chief Justice Juild, sign
ed with him by Justice Fiear, in the
case of 0g.m A Uiinn vs. E. M.
lbcvvci, Eli, 1 ibi'vvcr, N. It. ICiCe, a'nd
the miiioi heits of Uh.is. Brewer. It
is mi iipjie.il from .1 judgment by Jus
lice bickciton, juty being waived,
nvv.uiling jilaintiU's if-lliO 10 foi dam
ages done to goods by .n leak in
defendants' building of which plain
tiffs ate tenants. The judgment is
1 oversell and .1 new tii.il ordered. It
is slated by the Couit th.it when
SPBOTAL SALE OF
TO-MORROW, April 21,
AT 10 0'CI.OOK A. M.(
At my Salesrooms, I will sell nt Tubllb
Crockery and Glassware,
White ami Colored Dress Goods,
PrlutM, Flannelettes lliovvn Cottont,
Who Denim, Hliinkcts, Sheeting, Quilts,
White and Colored Shirts,
Shawls, Hosiery, Mosquito Nets,
Fino English, French & German Grocorles
Hint Seed, German licer, Ktc, Etc.
Slnglo Iron llcdstenilx, Garden Furnituro,
1 Largo Fairbanks Platform Scald.
Xj-vvis J. Levey,
Hawaiian Hardware Mi
By Ja3. F. Morgan.
plaintiff:) ascertained that their evi
dence disclosed a diU'eient liability of
defendants tiny might have moved
foi an .imenilnicnt of theii tlutl.ti.i
lion Not li.wiii,' don" eo the (Joint
decides .is already stated. Justice
lriclitiuui, in .1 toiicuriini; opinion,
stud's lie is still of the opinion that
the lads untitle the pl.iiiiuf)V lo d.iin
.igts, buthe now fetid h.ilifitd that
the loim of . ction was vviong.
On SATURDAY, April 22nd,
AT V 0'0I.O0K NOQN,
I vv 111 sell at Public Auction, nt my- Sales
room. That Valuable Residence
On Beretania Street,
Uotvvven Hieliardi and Punchbowl streets,
fonaeily ncciiplrd bv Mr. .T. AV.
The Lot 1ms a frontiiKf .of (7?i feet on
Uerclnnhi street, lO", fcot deep and f8X 'cot
on the Uiirinolvs lot. Theio is a
Very Convenient Cottage
On the 1'iomibcs, lately put in Thorough
The Houu tontains 3 ll&drooms, Parlor,
nining-toom, Kitohen, I'nntry and Bath
Room with Patent (Jlosot.
Tho Grounds ,uc nicely laid out with
Ornamental Bhiubs and "I'rnit Trees, and
ollbr-t a line opportunity .to securu .1 Valu
CSf Kor ftnther'iwrtieul.ais apply to
Jaa S1. Morgan,
70J-nt ' ; AUOTIONUKIt.
This clipping is from your paper
of the 18th hist.: '-Tho Treasury
Department finds that tho doing
'away vvitii tho regulation coiicern
1 nig tho taking oi photographs of
1 Chinese has made no dilleiotiee in
1 tin legislation, ami tho idea that
tin Mongolian piojudii'dii .ibi-l tho
Ciiuii ra .v.is ill tii.it piiv ii ( hf
l.,'V lll'jn ' i"l- ' . - I1 I !' i
1 i i . 11 . 11 n 1 1 ' i lit
,Jt!' -' 1' .1 .1' I I 1 (l I .Kill ' I I
I, , nix., !( 'I I, I
1 alu t 1 'i- i'i, .' i 1. ill in f 1 t in
tioiihli , .i.iu tiie (icp.uuV.i'ilt olliciiiis
vvoudei how it is going to end."
So vve can all scu t hertvis. a big dif
feidiico Ijet.venu ii'.iKingJ laws and
enforcing them, oumi in that glmi
ous country vvlieie so man,) good,
men, besides mvsolf, conio from, and
to which the tv;o editions of tho 1.
C. Ai and the 11-Liberal aro trying
loannox us nolens rolcns. Boforo I
honoied thib placo y becoming a
resident heie, J lived in San Fian-
111s. wash vour nanus, uon- cisco a jong nine ana my cnanees
,J. . , ..,1.1 : . 1. ... , i. s.i .
nory, cleau uj) your oitt wnite kuis, ior steitig mo ouccifa 01 nnu-uuinoso
joii'll want 'ein for tho Queen's ball. . legislation were very good, and I
.Sinus, you 1110 new amongst uu. haw euoiigii to Know mat 1110 way
You tlont Know it all. 11 011 want
to sell vour paper, remember that
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto Proprietor.
Saturday, April 15, 1S93.
Ever since the death of Van
Tassel, aerostatics have been a
lost art in the Hawaiian Islands.
The presence of so many sharks
has been the bugbear to the
men who take their lives in
their balloon baskets so to
speak and go up to the clouds.
We have been in commu
nication with a famous aero
naut for some time past with a
view to giving a grand exhibi
tion. Our arrangements are
completed and we beg to an
nounce to the public that, at an
enormous expense, we will
have Senor Pizzicato, the
famous Itcilian sky scraper,
make an ascension from the
roof of our building next
Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The exhibition will
be free and everyone is invited
to witness it. Senor Pizzicato
will ascend two thousand feet
and make one of the most
dangerous parachute jumps
ever attempted in this, or any
other country. During the
journey upward he will dis
tribute advertisements of our
famous Aermotors and explain
to the inhabitants of the planets
the manifold advantages our
Hendry Breaker has over any
other plow on earth. They
may not use breakers, but the
advances in science and the
progressiveness of the present
p-eneration sup-pest to us the
advisability of taking time by
the forelock and reserving the
necessary advertising space.
People recognize the fact that
we are in it and intend to sell
We would like to mention,
before the ink plays out, that
there never has been such
handsome glassware imported
into this country as is on our
shelves to-day. We have made
a specialty of these goods and
have used the greatest care in
their selection. The contrast
ing colors, Red and White,
add greatly to their appearance
and make them especially
valuable as ornaments for tlie
sideboard in addition tu in-
Cornor 3Tort &c Hotol SU'Qots.
'S IF IE O I -A- L ! :
By the S. S. "Australia"
T WILL "RECEIVE A LAllGE STOCK OF
Dry & 'Faiic y Goods
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
bedrock: pbicbs i
Comer Fort anil Ho'd! Sts.,
.As. V. J. S
Honoluia, H. I.
ECEO'E'LvrT JttSLTV-JiJL "TACORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New' Zealand
and the States.
e m. roniana uaraei
Uotliu llurlnjr Lime, 1'owcll Dullrjn I.aiyo Steam Coil.
ANttl.O COXTINHNTAI, OUANO WOKKS CO.'S
uano " Coneentrado ,:
Oliieuilorfi's Special Cane Manure, Olilonilorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel "R.eiils, l-i, IS, 18&20 llos.;
HOLTS, NUTS anil FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
lSAUb-Uice, Cn.il and Padilv;
W1U1 Galvaiiueil, Varnished, Black and Galvaniod Harbod;
C'AIIDEjST FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.xi.olxo3?s a,:ncL Cliains
Yellow Metal She thine, Ooal Tar, lion Tanks, 100 gallon;
1'lain and Coirnpated Galvanized Iron,
Siiu.uo and Arch l'ne ltrlclca, Down Pipe,
Clutteiing, squaie and O. G. 1J to Oin.;
ItidKing, Cialvanicd Watei Pin'j, fiom J. to 'Jin. ;
Sheet Lend, Sheet Zinc,
mien's Ulurcoal Mm nates,
Hoofing Slate, l'nc Clay.
5S S'oxincl 3a.es
LIVLlM'i) l. iUUH: '-.Mr, ll.'l. Iui?s
HAWAIIAN (.OVIM: -Vl.l', lmlll baRs,
HOI K 1LJ', SOUA I'JIYM'ALS, 1 1IM11
Useful and Ornamental i'urniture
ii'j'' !'i nrdfiaii 1 cl'c'as'llS l1l0'r g1'"1'1'"5 bp.iuty
Ul.J'l! nl ! 1- ,1 !'!.l A,M ., , i ...,n
s. nil Ii ( It! I- i,C 1H U. 1 l;-.
WIIIIIMi ll.-; - 1 ' IMs',Uuiili f.n. M Hii. sY,
ini,ii' ni i i i c fi vi n , i i!:i i .m.r.'s 1 1..
wlion a man yetb homo aftor a day'h
laliui ho uanls a tronial, onloitain-
I imr. homsv iiauur. not a eanthunilos
lilNtor. All tin' vottj' nnuoanco6 of
lifo aio ljuforo liiin all day," and tlio
mo-tqiiitoos aio n,'f,'ravatiii,' ciioukIi,
God Know -i, v. illjout any isaiid-ilios
nndor tho naino of Htur,
Meotiufj to 1)8
4... 1... I. ...... ..,.,.,,,, .,.,,1 11. n .nso.x.l
i tun iHuiizun tui nn mill, iiiu Miii juii
luisinoKS wab workod would havo
niado a Honolulu Port Stirvoyor
tin n jiooii with onvy. I seo tho
o oning Coinot has dropped tho
Kith AtiUMidiitoiit, and it would bo a
food idoa for thon) to Joavo it ttlono,
for tho nost timo thoj- give us that
old l.'ith Amendment ehustiiut 1 will
hond tho Bulletin a fow clippings
fiom sovornl jiiomiiiont bouthom
joiiinaK during the Inst piuiiriontiul
caiiipaign. Thoso papois will show
I hat tlio dominant party in tho
hmithiiin State, lb as heuuitivo to
('ritieiiin hh niirowu Itulincil P.O.
Jlonoltilu, April 20, IMU3.
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
THURSDAY EVENING, April 20,
7:4s r. 3:.
Adults, GO Gents; School Pupils, 25 Gents.
? Como and hear the Maids Hing
their Pretty Songs. 705-2t
"New EJiaropeaix !
100 Elegantly' Furnished Rooms
OM,Y TWO ULOL'KH JfHOM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
:il(l-:il8 Oith Terrace, Ohlcngo.
Rates: $1 per Day & Upward, 1st Glass Cafe.
J. V. QOUMAX,
'pin: UNriintsiaNKi) having iikijn
X this day appointed (liiurdiun ol Mn,
Ktbecua I'nuou lliiinekn, formerly Itobctca
Puiieo PiuiKii, u spendthrift, by order of the
Thoio was romi' iiiisiindoi'.Ttandiiig i
hetwpon tho Kaintihtiiiioha team and i
Croeuuiit unci Jfawaii toauii at tho '
iiiuoliiiir of tho Hawaii Dti-uhnll I
League, which has ic-jiilti'd in tho of tho Oi'eauif Steamship Co,, havo i llouoralilo v A. WhltiiiK, Hwt Judgoof
filling ol limit bur mcetiiig ot tho distiilmtod many copio, ot a ''Foil- j ' ' 'A","' f3 tlV. V, 1 1 N'rTi rSl iloVAiisi'1, " VJl
Leag.7o. Two team, uiiiloirtoo.l tho ,' foi,,. of tho Winld'b Columbian Vx- Si1I0llJi,,rd,o,l,1r .111!? thu SmfeJ:
si'luxlnln to lin iilnod thi loai-Ol. lO , llOnit.OII." It is beautifully Printed i -It:lH'd will not nav anv blllu contraetcd
oods it can noer (h'livor, and is consist of (ighleon ganiej, whlb tho in nolom, oiintaiuing uuthoiitlu HIiih. i by hor. ,r,n-ii ..
utmiuii up iwi uruii iiin. ,iuiitii. ivainnljailiona-. inoilgiu uiai u was , Liaiiuii,iupiiniiii:iiiriniiiMviiiui nmif i aimiilliin lloboeoa Pttiuu Ilumoku.
iui) nay oi m.iui.
to ho lilteen. Tho lattei .stated th.it , drawingh, and desoilptioii.s, taken
in i'u.-o eighteen gainca woro duoided fiom ollleial miuicos, of tho niain
i i . . ..l .1.. . i . .... :.;.... i....iri;...r. '!..... :. .. I ..
l.jisiiiiiu iiniiiiiii(jn. J iiuiu is tiisu
a map ol tlio rmmu l-o route over
Dated Honolulu, April II, lbai.
on they eoultl
would lo.-o pait ol their ncatiou
Wo giiovo lo beo tlio Slur at Hit old , Another meeting oi the League will whjoh 1'uUnian nalaec nleopiug cut, v,v,.,7"7r,, D.,..,i,
Jiieltsag.tili, forgetful of tho J3n.u:-1 1) hold lo-monow at 12::) o'eloeK uru i uu from California poiiith , lo ; ', J "k na ?n 1 1 v tV. t ? cL i I ju
i i'w expos., o of its past, and admo-1 "ver Will ;;i '.) htcm,. ( humgo w.tl.o.il eha-ig,.. T1k lino , .VX&
jitspo-iiiiui nn isi,miu.iii 'j.'liiswlll not, liowovu)', jutorfoio ' fm ins, with tho Ocouiifo &timii)slip I No. I0M.
for table use.
V- also clds'ro tu mention
the superiority of our table
cuilcrj ; it has bii;n mentioned
before but like a "out! joke
bears repetition. It has proven
one of our best attractions to
the buying public and never
fails to give satisfaction. We
include handsome carving sets
in our Cutlery assortment and
offer them to you garnished in
Morocco cases or just plain
knives, forks and steels. We
have never seen more service
able sets and doubt very much
if you have.
In the matter of Carriage
Lamps none have ever been
introduced to equal the Diet
Miniature Head-light. The
reflector is made in exact imi
tation of a locomotive head
light and will throw the light
twenty feet ahead of your
horse. We have them in
nickel and Japan.
Don't forget the balluon
ascension Wednesday at 2
p. m !
F'i'eriola Tro.ii T3eclslea.ci3 !
:i::jsrrj?B and ox
cu-Vi'Luri: stock of hADJjL,i:jiY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
?) - T
jsf s&csr5 -Lou are respeet-
Your doctor fully ""quested to eall at
will tell you Our Store and get a FitEK
it is the
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Saipli: of the
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Mr. II. I.qu will (Kjnilimu to oollvut fur
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I'mprlutor City KUooIdk Hlmp,
U'JJr'Jrt1 Turt btrout uliuvo Jlotul bticct.
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Opjioslto Spreukclb' lilook,
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