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HAWAIIAN OAZKTTK: ntlDAV. iII'NB .'10, IMi.t.MltMI W KKKI.V.
MET IN HARMONY
Ear Association is Organized Witk
RESOLUTIONS ARE WITHDRAWN
Graceful Acoeptancs of Dnfeat
Touoh on Political Nituro-Pro-
sldent Paul Nnumann.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
The legal gcntlenfen who nrc so keen
10 negative the provisions of tho Tor
rltorlal Enabling Act by which tho Su
premo court Justices or Hawaii nro
continued In ofllcc for Ufa and tho Cir
cuit Judges for tenure, have gracefully
n.s possible retired from effort to uso
the new Itar Association In tho cam
paign and will depend upon other local
means and such steps at Washington
and elsewhere on tho Mainland as may
be decided upon. Thcro was little, If
any surprise at all when Mr. Gear
arose in the Bar meeting yesterday
mid stated that ho wished to withdraw
the resolutions offered last Saturday
eomlemnlng tho portion of tho Enabl
ing Act referring to tho Justices and
-Judges. It was known very generally
by tne middle of tho day that a can
vass had settled the fate of the rcsolu
tlons If they were brought before the
meeting. Their defeat by n largo ma
jority was certain. In fact It was
thought they might bo substituted by
resolutions of exactly reverse tenor
Mr. Gear said that ha wished to with
draw tho resolutions for the reason
that tho constitution of tho Bar Asso
ciation provided that It should not take
part directly or. Indirectly in any po
litical issue. Ho himself did not be
lieve the resolutions to be within the
tabu scope, but to avoid possibility of
dissension he would prefer to tuko
them back. Permission was granted
by unanimous vote. Mr. Davis, who
had seconded the resolutions last week,
wave his consent to have them taken
from the meeting. Mr. Kinney re
marked that he did not wish it under
stood the resolutions wcro obnoxious
by being denominated by some people
:its of a partisan nature. Ho thought
Uiem proper for consideration of tho
association and if they were adjudged
political tho course taken might pre
vent other resolutions, perhaps of an
opposite expression on the samo sub
ject, from coming within tho rules.
The record reads that tho resolutions
wero withdrawn by tho gentlemen who
The ofllccrs of tho Bar Association
President Paul Neumann.,
Vice President S. M. Ballon.
Secretary A. A. Wilder.
Treasurer S. K. Ka-no.
i- M. Hatch was nominated for tho
presidency, but declined to permit con -
slderatlon of his name. tho weapon In the breast of McColgan.
A. G. M. Robertson was nominated Another blow wan essayed and It was
fur tho vice presidency, but declined In warding this off that tho v.ictlm's
In fivor of Mr. Ballon. I wrist was cut. With a groan and a
Dan H. Case was nominated for tho ' husky whisper, "Good-bye to ull,"
secretaryship, but did not care to bo Kuulel sank to the ground. The as
a candidate on account of his duties as sallant Immediately Jumped a fence
eourt stenographer. near by anil escaped under cover of
Tho meeting at which tho organlza- darkness. While fleeing the fugltlvo
tlon of tho Bar Association of the Ha- met ono of the lads who had witnessed
wallan Islands was perfected was con- tho affray and told tho latter to go
ducted with decorum and in order. Tho 'back and lnqulro how tho boy was.
parliamentarians had an Inning nnd Ho had recovered from his passion and
the Irregularities of procedure wero said that if "Arthur was badly hurt I
very few and tho waste of time very will kill myself."
little. Two or three sections' of tho! Tho nbovo Is tho story told Deputy
constitution, reported, by Chairman Marshal Chllllngworth by n number of
McClanahnn, wero descussed at somo witnesses. Captain Splllano nnd
length. Mounted Patrolman Kobt. Parker wcro
A mild sensation was created by the .tho first officers on tho scene and took
refusal of Judgo Davidson to continue
as temporary president of tho organ
ization. Ho spoko briefly and earnest
ly on tho subject. Ho said ho declined
to be active in tho affair for tho reason
that ho had never been a partisan and
that ho understood at tho beginning
that tho society was to bo a Bar Asso
ciation puro nnd simple, without any
Ho found tho trend
or actions objectlornblo to himself nnd
vvn- tnillannKO.1 In nlllnnro with n r.nr.
tlsnn affair. Thcro was no reply to tton wns ,na(1 to vcst U society
Judgo Davidson. Paul Neumann was the tltlo to tho Grecnbush Manor
willed to tho chair at once, but would House, or "Yankee Doodle House," sit
not make i a speech. Ho Is a good pro- lmtea on t, t bank of t,,0 udgon
dins ofilcer. not lax, nor yet too 0poB,to tho clty of A1Imnv upon tu;
strict, t was his hopo that tho meet- conUltlon tlmt tho BOclety would us
ing would not hut too long. When Mr. ,,, ,,, ,. ,.,,. ., mi.
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tho customary address and tho duty
IipWioriiifuiuuBrat:eii i manner.
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Ultra to the effect that tho society Is
to bo strictly non-poltt enl and that it
Hhall not bo used for political purposes.
riiero nro to be regular meetings every
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, J 1,J.lum!hrc8 ?cre'i a r?8oU,tlon.
.., ..i.mii.K uiu i.i.iumooi paying corn -
missions. No action was taken on tho
! ?n,,,,!!v"".,,tn,C!"KJ' "upporl Wn" 0frrcd
by many members,
Tho president wiib authorized to ap
point n committee of threo on by-laws,
but deferred mention of tho names.
Mr. Gear did not present tho reso
lution of which ho had given notice.
This Is auothor form of tho petition
nuking tho President of tlm United
Kline to request his Attorney (Umrral
in look into tlm four eases m which
the. Supremo Court of Hawaii Iiiih ruled
that tht ruiiKtltiillon ut tho I'nllml
HlnKm due not yet wholly apply liorn,
Tho rinpifino Court room was wull
IIIUnl for Um menlliiK ycutlohlay, Thoso
ulio nttmided wmn
Mii.xrn Nmimiiiin, ('into, A Mi
HloM'ii, Kliiney, Vlvim, llony, W'ooil,
Dtivln, llnl'ou, Huimlinll, IMilw, David
fon, (.'rttlirnrt, Kinney, (TilllliiRworlli,
Mirk. Iloliupa, Hntikey, IIoIhtIkoii,
IVtermn, Do Holt, Coulter, Dole, Hear,
Weber. Cecil llrown, Kane, Humph
reyn, Hllllmnn, llntch. Hinllli, Weaver,
ArmMrnnir, Cardl, Wilder, Carter, Mc
Clnnnhnn, Mend, Andrews, Correti.Knu
liikou, Acht, Cnyple, Monsarrnt, Ma
hlne, Stewart, Pronncr, WrlRht, John
Not Hit: Same.
Tho supplying of men-o'-war nt this
port Is not what It used to be. Com
pradoro George Cavanagh, whoao front
has lost none of It rotundity, notwith
standing, remarked this down at tho
boat landing last evening. Ho recall
ed tho arrival of tho United States
steamer Nlpslc from Samoa after tho
terrlblo hurricane there, now over ten
years ago. Sho had made- Fanning'
Island with a broken propeller, and
from thero tho United States steamer
Alert towed her to this harbor, where
sho was put on tho marine railway
and remained thoro for a long tlmo re
pairing. Sho took on a Wg lot of
stores here, and Compradoro Cava
nagh was tho lucky bum boat man.
Every man on board had $200 In gold
to his credit, and tho Nlpslc left plen
ty of money In Honolulu.
BOY AND KNIFE
Serious Stabbing Affray
After a Quarrel.
One Lad Wounded Hy Another-
Thara Will Probably be a Death.
Assailant at Large.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Another cutting affray has occurred
in Honolulu. This was last night. The
victim lies at the point of death In tho
hospital. On his left side directly over
tho heart Is nn ugly wound, long and
deep. The wrist of his left hand
was seriously cut. His clothes
were drenched with his own Mood
when ho was taken to tho hospital and
nt a late hour laf t night It was thought
that death would result from loss of
blood. In tho meantime, while tho vic
tim tosses on tho hospital cot, the
would-be murde:cr Is Hoeing from Jus
tlce. Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth
with 'trusty aides has taken up tho
chase, and It will be but a short tlmo
before the knife wleldcr will bo landed
At about 9:30 last evening nn alter
cation took place between David
Kuulel and Arthur McColgan, out near
tho Tramway stables In Palama. Thero
has been a gang of young fellows
thero for some tlmo which tho police
havo Intended to break up. Tho var
ious members of tho crowd wero gath
ered about at tho tlmo of tho row. Tho
words grew louder. Without tho slight
est warning a knife blado Hashed In
the nlr. With tho words "One blow Is
! Rood enough for you," KuulcL-biirled
cnarge or tno wounucti man.
YANKEE DOODLE HOUSE.
People in Hawaii Can Contribute
to Its Support,
At tho rccont congress of tho
Dam-liters of the American Revolution
,1G,d . Wmhlni!toii n C h nrnnnsl.
I,lcm "' WUSIlin,lOII, U. C, U prOpOSl-
tenanco of the" house, to bo kept as a
repository of revolutionary relics and
as a placo of meeUnB fotu0 80clot
,u'Cr tho charge of tho Now York
stal0 chapters. Tho proposition was
accepted with a voto of thanks. The
purclw8e of tB0 pi.0erty for 6,500 has
heoH B8ure(, lmt bont 3 coo ,B ro.
,rcil for rC8tonltltm and opaln)i ,n
'umlon t0 whleh nn endowment fund
ot 110,000 is desired to provide for tho
annual expenses of tho property.
i .,... movcmunt l,nH created wide-
spread interest among members of tho
"ne-olV Mny eu ' from all
directions. Kven in Hawaii a fund has
Contributions may bo sont to Mrs
New Infciinil .Machine,
A now Kimolluu track mnchlno has
been leroivcd by tho O, It, &. I,. Co.
Tho ono Unit was puii'lmsed n xlmrt
tlmo nuo navo such satisfaction Hint
another wits onlmcd, Tlm now unit
I urn four heals nnd twlro ihn power of
Iho tht one, I'ioiii lis Myl of rou
Nlriicllon It will I mi uliuovl liup'millilo
for It lo leiivn tlm I link mid HupiTln
tendunt DeiiUou oxnncis to K"l lilKd
ruUi of netd out or It,
BODY IN STATE
Many Mourners Attend at .the
IN A ROOM AT PUALEILANl
Faos Ropnaeful In Donth-Drnpery
of a Royal Robo-W.ts the Pall
of the Kine-Knhllls.
(From Wednesday's Advertiser.) -j
Between tho hours of 9 nnd -1 yester
day tho body of tho lato Queen Dow
ager Kapiolani lay In statu nt plctur
esquo Pualeilanl. Tho stream of visit
ors .who wished to pny their last token
of respect to tho dead chlcfcss was eon-
Tho home wheio tho alii breathed
her last Is one of great picturesque
beauty. Tho entrance Is through a
long driveway, over grass and under
shady trees. The foliage Is luxuriant,
being scattered with lavish hand
throughout tho grounds that encircle
tho Uttlo home. Tho lnttcr Is plain
and unadorned. No ono would have
thought, upon looking at It, that It was
tho home of ono whoso head had worn
tho crown. It Is unpretentious, but it
is comfortable and that was what tho
lato dowager most wanted. A large
cocoanut palm in front of n lit
tle two-story, latticed cottage, nged
and weather beaten. This cottage was
tho homo of Kapiolani.
Through tho driveway the visitors!
thronged. At tho entrance to tho path
they were met by two courteous Ha-
wnlluns, one venerable with age, the
other In youth, who, with silent cour
tesy pointed the way to tho room of
death. Up the stairs another of the
petty chiefs, with his Insignia of rank
about his shoulders, led the way.
On tho second floor in tho reception
room reposed the mortal remains of
Kapiolani. The robe of stnto which
was worn by her when she was
crowned with Kalakaua was draped
about her. Tho faco was calm and
placid under tho cold touch of death.
Tho sweet, womanly dignity, that char
acterized the dead dowager both In
public and private life, still existed
and gave a lifelike appearanco to her
features'. About her head Is n piece of
snowy lace, vicing witn tno decoration
of Kalakaua. Tho samo pall that was
used at tho burial of the King Is being
used on this occasion. Tho feather
capes and lets that wcro tho property
of the dead Queen hang from the sides
of tho bier. On each sldo stand the
four petty chiefs waving their kahilis
through tho chnnglng hours. Col.
Soper nnd MaJ. Potter stood at tho foot
as tho guard of honor. Near tno Head
two nutlvo girls sat whllo they waved
tho feathered staffs In perfect unison.
Twelve largo kahilis are arranged on
the sides of the room, whllo nt the head
and foot tho tabu sticks guard tho
Tho visitors passed through to tho
largo reception room. Here was a
wilderness ot flowers and mallo nnd
ferns. A number of beautiful pieces
wcro hung about. Among theso wero
wreaths and harps ot iJlma, maiden
hair and marigolds.
Out in the yard benches wero (scat
tered about. All wero filled with peo
plo .talking and listening to tho band.
Tho musicians discoursed dirges
throughout tho day, adding to tho
solemnity and roverenco of the occa
sion. At times tho wall and tho chant
of tho melo would rlso up and mlnglo
with tho slow, sad melody of tho band.
Last night natlvo singers sang tho
songs of mourning through tho watches
of the night. Tho body will not He In
Among those who viewed tho re
mains yesterday wero President and
Mrs. Dole, Mr. und Mrs. II. M. Sownll,
Consul and Mrs. Haywood, II. B. M.
Commissioner Hoaro and dnughtcr,
Minister nnd Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Attor
ney General and Mrs. Cooper, Chief
Justice Judd, Judgo Perry, Judgo Stan
ley, Judgo Hart and wife, Marshal
Brown and Deputy Marshr.l Hitchcock,
Commander Merry, Col. Mills, Cnpt.
Slakcr and wife.
Tho remains of tho lato Queen Dow
ager will not llo In stale today. To
night tho body will bo brought from
Pualeilanl to Knwalahao church. From
noon of Friday to midnight Saturday
tho church will bo open to tho public.
Sunday afternoon tho funeral will bo
Tho body will bo borno to tho grave
on a catafalque such as has hitherto
been used nt royal funerals. This has
nlrcady been built by W. W. Wright,
who, with hard work succeeded In fin
ishing It In a day. It is fifteen feet
high, nnd tho body platform Ib four by
ten feet. It Is mndo from hardwood.
lluwullnn Hlllc AhHoclatlon.
A mcetiiu; of tho dlrectoiH of tho Ha
waiian Itllln AshocIiiUoii, with Provi
dent Itothwell In tho ehalr. was held
last oveniiiK. It watt voted to havo the
mld'Hummor imilitiitiuiil hIiooi on
August 13, u Saturday, All rlllemeu mo
lilted to go Into priU'tho nt oiiio, A
I evolution wan adopted Kindorlni! thn
uso of thn ARKocliitlnn'H riiut'o nt Kn
kaalto lo olllrnrs of thn nrllllery nml lo
Innsn tlio ranuo, If iHslred by tho U, H.
mllllnry milhorllleH for itonerul 1'i'in
llco, for a iiiimliiul (Ikui'u Tor u portion
of ouch ilny llm foiiiiiooiiK. Tlm A"""
iliilloii piiidnuod Mm iiii.kii from llm
Hlinrimhoojiiii iun liim kept It In wood,
77. -r-js. s?z
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A WA1181IIP ON Till: MISSISSIPPI.
Wnnliiin don't 1ih"ii ernry dnjr in tlm ndibllo tt, nml ronrii,ntlr the trip of
the cruiwr Xiulit Hie uit tlio Mluiiuippi an fnrmbt. UiuWntlnicti'il romtdvmble utten
tlon. Knormoun rrowiU entliorvil at nil tlio rlllin and town, by which Undo Snm'a na
fighter panned. Captain J. W. Bryan, a veteran iteainboatniau, llotrd the Nuliville.
HOW IT IS.
In the streets ot tho town where I
live I bomctlmes meet a poor fellow
who Is so badly off that his appeal for
a penny or two Is hardly to bo resisted.
Ho has lost both his legs above the
knees and punts himself along the
pavement with his hands, like a load
ed bargo In shallow water. Thank
Mercy, ono doesn't often bco human
hulks like him. Whero thero Is a sin
gle Instance of a man having, lost both
legs or both arms thero nro a dozen
where only ono limb of Mio pair is
missing. And whero there Is a slnglo
case ot the latter sort thero aro a hun
dred cases of ieoplo who aro lame, or
more or less disabled, by disease or
minor Injuries which nro scarcely no
ticeable, yet In tho long run very
serious to tlioso so aflllcted.
Consequently when wo sum up both
classes wo perceive that It Isn't tho
total wreckti and tho Incurables that
are most expensive to society, but tho
prodigious host which mwit work, and
work, yet always under difficulties
and against hindrances. Men and wo
men regularly employed, but who nro
continually breaking down In a small
way. thus losing fragments of tlmo
and fractions of wages, aro of tho kind
I mean. Tho amount or income loat
In this way In one year in England Is
Immense. And so tar as the cause of
all this Is iUkiuhc, and not accident or
born bodily Imperfection, It Is almost
always prcventlblc nnd generally cur
able. I,ook ai this, for example, and
"In tho spring of this year (1897),"
tho writer says, "my health lcgan to
fall me. My nppetlto was poor, anil
after meals I had pain and weight nt
the chest. I could not sleep owing to
tho pain, and I got weaker every day.
I had so much pain that I dared not
eat. and rapidly lost llcsh.
"I was In agony night and day, nnd
often sat by the lire nt night as I could
not rest In bed. I had a tlo.il of muscu
lar pain, particularly In tho arms. I
gradually got worse and wore and In
two months, liiit tiro minv wiiirt
in lull t.
"I saw a doctor who gave mo medi
cines and Injected morphia to case tho
pain; but I was no better for It. Then
I met with a friend who told mo of
tho great benefit ho had derived from
tho uso of a medicine called Mother
Slgel's Syrup. I got a bottlo ot It from
Mr. S. Ulchardson, Chemist, llrldgman
Street, nnd In a week I could oat well
and food no longer distressed mo.
Therefore I kept on with the medicine
and soon was strong and well. I am
now In the best of health and recom
mend this remedy to all I meet with.
You arc at liberty to publish this let
tor as you like." (Signed) William
Itrldge, Grocer nnd linker, 03, llrldg
man Street, llolton, October Gth, 1897.
Hero we havo an Illustration of the
proposition with which this article sets
out. From Mr. Urldgo's account of his
own case we see that he lost n con
siderable tlmo from his business. How
much that represents In money ho
docs not say: nor Is It Important to tho
argument. For two months or more
ho lost from his business practically
all he was worth to It; and what that
situation wpitld havu signified, .hnd It
been Indefinitely continued, any Intel
ligent person can Imagine. Men fre
quently become stricken with poverty
.13 with Illness In that way. However,
well any business may bo managed In
nn emergency by others, It Is not to
liu supposed that It getH on its pros
perously an whon tho proprietor is
himself at tho helm. And ho cannot
bo thcro whllo ho Is suffering agonies
from disease. This Is truo oven If wo
mako no calculation of tho direct ex
penses created by illness, nor of tho
suffering experienced tho latter not
computnblo Jn terms of money, ,
Now, plcaso remark how quickly Mr.
Bridge was cured of his ailment bail
as It seemed nnd really waj. Dating
from tho tlmo ho began using Mother
Slgel's Syrup, ho sayB: " u irtrfc I
could cat well, and tho food no longer
distressed inc." His trouble was of
tho digestion only (acute dyspepsia),
for which this preparation long ago
proved Itself a iclfic. Had ho known
of nnd employed It when tho attack
began ho would havo lost no time, fell
Thn lesson of tho cajo Is this; As
Indigestion Ik a common complaint,
and dungerouH nUo when neglected,
the mmedy should bo nt hand for Im
mediate umi when needed, The more
valuable llm trensuro tlm mom strict
should Im tho guard over It. And
lioalth I a Jewel compared with which
i iihh h nin its tho tU bcadii of b-iv-
I'.qUAUTV IN ICI.I.ANI).
Ill lettlnm! niwi mid wommi urn In
twry rwiMet Killtlrnl etiunU, Tho
nation, wlildi iiiiiuburit ubout 70,000
people, lit ifovuriieil by i)prifltalh'e
dueled by imm ninl women loifcilitir
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W - tMjf JJ2Tvw .....-
NEW STEAMER IN
Addition to Fleet of the
Mad a Satisfactory Trip From San
FranolBoo Off loara Brought
Cargo Huwttliun Flog
(From Thursday's Daily.)
Tho new Inter-Island steamer Hue
nemo Is at Fort street wharf discharg
ing a general cargo from San Fran
cisco. Sho arrived yesterday morning
nnd has about 400 tons of merchandise,
Including 1250 Backs of rolled barley,
420 sacks of bran und 181 bales ot com
pressed hay, for C. llrowcr & Co. Tho
Hucncino Bulled from Sun Francisco
on tho 17th Inst., tho samo day us tho
Coptic, and brings no Into howh. As
soou as discharged tho Hucucmo will
bo overhauled for tho Island trado and
probably bo renamed tho Nllhau. Shu
is nbout tho samo dimensions as tho
Kauai and Is n big carrier. Capt. Vic
tor Johnson, who commanded tho Hue
nemo on tho trip down, returns to San
Francisco by tho first steamer. Tho
Hucncmo was built by Dcndlxon at
Humboldt, Cal., in 1897. Her engines
wero built by the Fulton Engineering
and Ship Untitling Company of San
Francisco. Sho is 118 feet long, 33 feet
G Inches beam and 11 feet 'i Inches
depth of hold. Her net tonnago Is 201
tons. Sho had no passenger nccom
modatlons and none will bo built,
though tho cabin accommodations will
be somewhat enlarged. Capt. Johnson
was assisted by I). l.co, first olllccr; W.
Spinney, second olllccr, and Chief Kn
glncer Dlechmau. Tho bout's company
numbered sixteen nil told.
Tho Hawaiian Hag tiles from tlm
Huencme, sho having been granted
that registry In San Francisco.
"KAM" Y. iM. V. A. RALLY.
Addre Hy Kcv.
(i. L. Pearson
nnd a Social Evi
Tho rally and reception of tlio Ka
lnchamcha V. Mr C. A. was hold last
ovcnljig In tho gymnasium of tho Man
ual. Tho nttendnnco was large, umi
all enjoyed tho social spirit that per
vaded tho cntlro evening,. There was
an entire nbsenco ot formality und
conventionality, and tho scholars
proved themselves good entertainers.
Tho program was full of Interest.
Hcv. G. Ii. Pearson's audrcss was ap
propriate for tho occasion, and wns
appreciated by all present. Tho dif
ferent numbers were ns follows:
Song, "Only ltemomberer."
Kamchameha Ulrln' School.
Remarks "Growth of V. M. C. A. nnd
Prospects" Mr. Pcnficld
Song, "Paradise" liurnby
Address, "Work" ..llov. a. h. Pearson
Song. "Sweet Is tho Light of Sab
bath Kvo" Thomas
Music, "Tho Hod Lino March"
Song, "Kuu Pua I Paoakalanl"
Song, "Upldeo" Anonymous
Ilarltono solo, "llcnrt Ilowetl Down"
ONi: APPLICATION HI.LIKVI.S TIIU
Mr. P. Kolcham of Plko City, Cal
laym- "DurliiK my brother' Into sick
licit from sciatic rliutimatfmu, Cham
licrlaln's Pain Halm w.m tho only rum
tly tlmt gavo him any roller," Many
other Imvti tontlllcil to tho prompt re
llcf from pain which IhU liniment af
funk For wilo hy
III.NHON HM1TII & CO,, LTD,,
AuoiiU for Hawaiian lahimU ami all
nruHvim! nivl IK'hUti.
Tim beet at the lo
prloe at IIOPP'8.
We have just opened
up tlio most elegant line of
Parlor Furniture peon here.
Everything in SOlM MlbOf-
That nre jutt tho
the articles you have waited
ho long for to complete tho
artistic effect of your parlors.
Dainty and cle-
I gant, yet withal, strong nnd
This is no everyday selec- as
tion nnd wo anticipate a
speedy clearance. m
A fcwnicc .
CHILD'S SWINGS. :
Leading Furniture Dealers
KIKG ft BETHEL ITS.
Also, Full Lines of
A Car-load of
.-A FEW MORE-
Secretary Disc Plows.
Fort an Merchant Strut,
King ind litMl Strut..
M U- W Wtftfftl