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I Hfc T RIBUNIi XLhc Zvibune f So-turdny April 12. 191V President Wilson has launched the U.S. Congress on its extra session. We fear he has a hard task before him. A good Tariff Bill may get safely through the House of Representatives, but the Senate may handle it roughly and seek to make of it something innocu ous to the protected interests. If reactionary Democrats should try to make the measure milder than the President wishes, will he be able to bring them into line? He hasdoncthis kind of thing with unwilling legislators in New Jersey ; can Me do it at Washington ? It must be remembered that Bryan secured the nomination of Dr. Woodrow Wilson at Baltim >r by exposing the other side from day today in the Convention. When Bryan made plain to the public the intentionsot his opponents, the public intimidated the majority of the delegates into taking the straight path Possibly the President and his Secretary of State may be able to so far rouse the country against the rebel Democrats, if they should vote to bolster up special interests, that they may tremblingly forsake their conservative attitude. Though the President is a Free Trader in principle he will not work for a tariff for revenue law. He is at present labouring to materially reduce the cost of living. Congress and he have both been elected for that pur pose, and he is determined to carry out the mandate of the electorate if it b% anvhow possible. In the Pnited Kingdom, the present Free Trade system was attained gradually. Sir Robert Peelmadca start, and Gladstone completed the work about about 20 years afterwards. The movement begun in the forties did not look back once. The "Fair Traders" tried, in 1885, to revert in sqme degree to the old policy, but failed, and alike illsuccess is attending the "Tariff Reform'-' scheme of Mr. Cham berlain. We trust that something Similar may happen 111 the United States. The Protectionists wiirtiKht hard to bring Congress back to the ideas embodied in the McKinley Act, the Dinfcle-y Act, and the Paine-Aldrich Act. For the sake of the suffering American consumer, we earnestly hope they may never succeed. Through the courtesy of the Hon. T. E. D. Brace Acting Colonial Secretary, we are enabled to put before our readers the very interesting article on the Castor Oil Bean that follows : AMERICAN' CONSULAR OFFICE. Nassau, Bahamas, April 4th, 1913. Sir, I have the honour to enclose herewith certain information in regard to castor oil beans which has been received from the Department of Commerre at Washington it lbs Excellency the Governors request as contained. ^ , • Soap-makers. in vour letter No. 293-370-13, dated March ml iqn. Ludahy Packm dated March 3rd 1913 I shall be obliged if you will transmit this information to His Excellency. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your obedient Servant, ERIC SOLOMON. American Vice and Deputy Consul. Hon. T. E. D. Bnce Acting Colonial Secretary Nassau. West Indies and 3 bushels from San Domingo, whurea"several vi ars ago, imports amounted to about 10,00.) bushels. The current quotation for castor beans found in trade price is 35 cents per pound, but that is manifestly a .high standard stock quotation subject to fluctuating series of discounts, There are a number of large American manufacturing chemists and soap-makers who would readily quote cash prices foi theseoil application. Si ime of these arc as follows : Chemists : e 1 'avis & Co., Detroit Mich ; Sharp and Dohme, Baltimore, Maryland ; Frederick Stearns & Co., Detroit, Mich ; Eirner.v Amend, N. v Y :, N. V; LehnA Fink, New York N.Y. ENCLOSURE. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. Washington, March, 21st, 1913. Sir, I have the honour to transmit certain information in regard to castor oil beans as requested by Deputy Consul Solomon, of Nassau, Bahamas, under date of March 8th, 1913, and transmit ted by the Department of State under Index number 10,763. Imports of castor bean seeds into the United States are considerable, the quantities in the last three fiscal years having been 726,002 bushels in 1910; 71 ,,033 bushels 111 [911 ; and I 6 bushels in 1913. The duty is 25 cents per bushel and the imports had an .appraised customs value (111 country of origin) of £ 1.15, 81.27 and .$1.10 in the respective years named. I he present imports COIIM n ly altogether from British India, with a small and diminishing amount from Brazil. Emm the West Indies there came last year only 41 bushels from |Jamg Co., Omaha, Nebraska; Armour Soap Works. Minneapolis, Minn; Larkin Company, Buffalo, N. Y; N. K. Fairbank Company, Pittsburg, Pa. ; Proctor & Gamble, Cini innati, Ohio. Castor oil is dutiable at 35 per gallon. 'The imj for consumption in the fiscal year 1912 were 6,373 gallons, having SB appraised value (in country of origin) of $0,994 P cr gallon. 1 Ion. Dr. Johnson has given notice that on Monday Evening, in the I louse of A .•< mbly, he will move for the appointment of a Select Committee to take into consideration the desirability of inserting an item in the Appropriation Bill for concreting a portion of the Market Wharf and extending and improving the shed thereon. The Liquor Bill will have its third reading in the House of Assembly on Monday. Mr. Cole has charge of this Bill. 11| on the motion of Mr. Malcolm, on Monday night, the House will discuss the Bill relative to Electric Light, Telegraphs, and Telephones. Petitions are coming in to the Legislature from all quarters, for grants of money for Roads, Wells, etc., so that it begins to look like an increase of the 'Tariff, rather than a reduction thereof. tion in the Appropriation Bill, for the planting of trees, along strei ts, highways, and in and around our public places. Never too late to do good.4 The front portion of < iovernmenl I li use I irouuds, is looking smart. The House of Assembly has already committed itself to a|grant of£300 for these grounds having vot< d it, in itsestima so that in the near future we expi ct to behold a very credit 1 [garden, in place of what has j been, (or many years, a dis! graceful jungle. Mr. Thomas S. Hilton having ntly purchased the residence in Charlotte St, formerly occu! bv the late Mrs. < lamblin, lias mad. extensive alterations and rep.111thereto. Mr. I liltOI) intends, when it is finished, to remove theif, from Union Street and make it his tuturc home. One Hundred Pound 1 is talked aica, 984 bushels from the Dutch of, as a probable item for inscr1 A woman named Stubbs" occasioned serious bodily harm to three persons on I hursday it in (irant'a I own. The injured ones had to b • taken to the Hospital for treatment. The woman was arrested yesterday ill' nun',', and is now in CUSti awaiting an inve e of the e .11 the Polid I ': Mr. Musgrave, lately among the Ud Fort Rubber Cultivating Staff, has vacated his position, and took passage bj theS. S. "Havana" on last Sunday afternoon. Revd. E. DeY. Brace returned to th^ parish of St. John'',, of Dunmore Town, Harbour Island by the mail Schr. 'Dart, 1 yesterday afternoon. Dr. A. T. W. Johnson, Medical officer of Harbour Island, having spent his 7days vacation leave hen, left on the Schr. "Kate Sturrup" tins morning. Tinmail Schr. "Columbia" returned from her first Windward Mail trip yesterday morning. Cargo shipped per "Seguranca* bound for New York April 11 th: 032 bales sponge, 273 bales sponge refuse, 67 bales sponge < lipping, 278 bb^s shells and lips M turtle shell, 3 pkgs. curios 475 cases canned pineapples, 90 bis Citrus fruit, 07b bxs. citrus fruit, 24 crates peppers, a pkg sweet potatoes, H bales bark, 16



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T H E T u l r. i; N E ARE YOU SAVED OR DAMNED BY YOUR PLEASURES? ways There are a number of ture a man. One o( the best ways is to notice his pi lures. ig that can interest a man is a decomposed is troubled on tins account Yo ii truly DIGNITY. BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THF: L.NT1RE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April 12, 1913. I 1 L'N-D TV J E \\i Fort Montague a pocket memorandum bo >k, K APPL1 I llllllll'. CABLEGRAMS. asure in iife istlie financial ruin ol a competitor, ^ it a vi; er. f If his Sabbath sport is the sa joy of gloatii | r what nil happen to the damned, he is > 1!' Bui the man who loves a b ill same, a political mass meeting 1 1 uri lergo an operation in order to |iid his work is worth his weight. %  %  recurrence of the acute An to be w .rth your wetght is wonderful. There are so ( Of us who are. The highest from of pleasure (S when it manifests itself in work. ['leisure is strictly a mental state, and men ol strong minds &:< %  enjoy whatever they want to. To speak of a man as a drudge because he does not know how to enjoy anything but work i> to give yourself away. I drinker. London, 10. %  rhe Duchew oi 1 nnaught, who, with the duke arrived in London on Mauh 30111' ff\ IIMS been advised by her physicans *. I da. London, 10.— I*he great powers will malacertain concessions to the Balkan allies in an endeavoui to bringnboui peace. n< y have agreed be ni.nie on tinreply that is t< onlv men who are dm Iges are men who have to work without to the ol ji ol tbe %  Ihee offer(pjoving it f' mediation as \ man never really lives until lie learns to find pleasure in proposed bj the powers. hi-work, and since every honest man must work, why not make it a pleasure ? pk'_: efl ts, 12 sacks cocoanuts, Ibbls. old metal, u hales junk, fhbl. old ruiiber, .| pkgs rubber hose, 1 case electrical generator. COM.Mi NICATED. • The Streets at the present time, are in charge of the Board ol I'ublic Works, and it is the Jutyofthat Hoard to see that no em roachmentS etc. are made die i, hut 1 see that on West Bay Stieet, a newly rebuilt residence is having concrete si nude at its doorways thus enaoai liing upon, and narrowing, an suffi" iently nai portion of Hay Strict. Whose business is it to see to this ? \.> body's ol course. Surely a per* 1 mit has not been granted for tins as 11 1. I vond the right or 1 trol of any Board to part with the right* of the general public Dear Mr hditor ; I have been very much concerned about your article which referred to the Governor having become a member of The Club. I am hoping that this is not true, for if it is, how can a Governors usefulness do otherwise than come short %  Lonilon.ro.—Is a result of the meeting in Brussels last month all 1 North Atlanth passenger lines forming the 11 nference have agreed Hut there are other rumours to adopt a chaogi of route from with reference to this matter. April 13th,^anniversary of the which are persistent although I -• o( tbe*Titanic. am inclined to doubt them be-1 Ro .o.-PopefPiusX. Sisrecause of their impertinence. It ported much better. • HI that the Governor has suggested to other officials that Washington, 10.—The President they become members of The will he authorised to invite the Club among these the Attorney [great powers i<> participate in a General an,I Chief Justice, it is greal n ival parade at the opening ah,, said that the former offi< ial •'the Panama t anal in 1915.19 a This Wife and Mothe r Wishes to tell you FR IE How She Stopped Her Husband's Drinking By all Mean. Write to Her and Learn how She did it. For over 20 years Jamet Anderson of 91'. Elm Ave., Hiilbum, N. V., was a very hard Hit case seemed a hopeless one. but 10 years ago Hi Waff in their own little home, pave him a simple remedy which much to her delight stopped 4ii* drinking entirety. To make sure that the remedy was responsible for this happy result she also tried it on her brother and several of her neighbors. It was successful in every case. None of them has touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since. She now wishes everyone who has drunkenness in their homes to try this simple remedy for she feels sure that it will do as much for others as it has for her. It ran be given secretly if desired, and without cost she will gladly and willingly tell you what it is. All you have to do is write her a letter asking her how she cured her husband of drinking and she will reply Wy leturn mail in a sealed envelope. As she has Bathing to seP do not send her money. Simply send %  Ictte* with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson at the address given above, taking care to write your name and full address plainly. (We earnestly aJviu every one of our rtaJert •who wishes to cure a Jtnr one of Jrunkennesl to write to t/iii lu.'.y loJay. tier offer it a trnur y one.) in ide applic ation and was black balled because it was believed by the memben thai he had n in the Colony long enough to have applied for membership before, and it was onlv because the < Jovernot became a memIn r that I e Followed. This cannot he true Mr. Editor. How can it be ? It is said, of course, that the rejection of the appli cant mentioned above was reversed upon the advice of the President of the Club, who it is said pointed out that it would be bad poln-y to reject an olfiCial of his standard, and he was therefore re-nominated and elected. Will some one, in the name of common sense, tell ON if these thing! are true, and so satisfy many a conscience that hill introduced in the house today. London, 10. "I he luck willlall IIK with us this time. 1 he challeng i i tbeJ ui haled "Shamrock," winkthe New York Yacht Club will he defending the America's i up fr ili thirteenth lime," said today Charles Nil holeoD, the yacht nei ol Gosport, England, who is to design the boat which will set 1 to win bat k loi the Britistl the America's I up, "I have already erected a shed at Goeporl yards for the challenger, and have her plans well under way. I expect to launch I er in April '9'4-" There is no passion which steals into the heart more imperceptibly and covers itself under more disguises than pride.— Addison. i • THE Magazine .hut mokci Fact • more fftnrlnatins| lli>D Fiction "WSHTTtN 0 fpU CMt UNDaftSTfkND IT" A GREAT Continued 3taey ol Ik* WotU's ProfTM* which you my herin rraduiK at •ny time, and which will hold your Interest forever, is running in Popular Mechrfnics Magazine & Are you readina It > Two millions of paotalt n\ and it is the fsvorlte with pronnsKive Italian in South n well as In North A' It appeals to all classes—old and youni; P Ml mid women—.hose who know and those who want to know. aao raoia (./.CM MONTH soo *ICTURBS aoo anrrcLia or oaNiRAi. iNTtacsT The "Shop Notea" D.p.rtm.at (20 H, %  pros easy ways to do (hints-haw to m. ke useful srtic Urn lor home and shop, repairs, ate. "Aaiataar Mechanics (10 patea) tells ho* to make Mission furniture. wireleMoutfits.boats, enannrs. ma*ic. and all the Ihinaa s boy lovon By mall, per year S2.00 (Gold) WHITS ro rstta aassptt COPY TODSV | POPULAR MECHANICS CO. JIS W Waaklofloa St.. CHICAGO f) And the devil did grin for his darling sin Is th-' pride that apes humility. —Coli i In general, pride is at the button "f all great mistaki • Ruskin. IT



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THE TRIBl N L When (ir urge bud finished, he and \\e were a'l weeping. Involuntarily we open, d tlie ring which we had formi around hini. He had stood up I >i the right against heavy odds, and fat h il ui admired him for lining that which none of us had the D urage tod" — break away from evil companions, and jo to church. He led of), without a word, and we all Followed W thout either one knowing that any other had done so too. each of us managed to throw his eaids and flask mto the creek, sn il ai bj the time we reached the i hurch, every pocket was emptied "fits former contents, Never >& "" did any o:.e of that little corn pan) : piny games on Sunday. v ix ol the number have pone to their long home*, each a Cl ristian, Onlj twi of usare \et living ; George,nn able lawyer in [own, and the writei of this incident B, I. i-< >\< HIRE! A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with bath room at t.u lied and all out door conveniences including ;i Link. East Street, Smith, opposite* Nassau Prison, \| ply In JOS, I. \I.\G Blue Hill St. South Big Towel Sale on Friday, 11th inst. AT The Nassau Bargain House. [UST OPENED. A Case ul 'it' (I > %  /. line quality Bleached Huckaback Towels to he sold at only 6d each would be cheap at Qd. \1sn 2\ and 3 yd D.m ask Table Cloth* at only +a nid 5*. e ih. 1.1 ble Napkins ai \*. iot. Fine qualit) P. cases to be sold a) tins v ill foi gd each. The Bbove ai pecjal job Lots, so don't miss thii sal* Another job 1 ot Metis shirts ai is. 6d. A. F. MOORE. CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN Carpentei and Papei Hanger. \, to, n, is f,'rt, always on h md. I >thei built to order. %  ^•' : , ii, u feet, always on hand. (riders for larger sizes or large quantities will receive prompt attention Paper Hanging, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ar mstron g Mreet ( Hawkins Mil..) Luirfber & Shingles J UST R-ecelvd par Schooner Roberts nd Hussella" from St. James Ctly. Florida., a full anorimil,! of Lumber and Shinales i ij x 10 and 12, || x 10 and 12 of 30 ft. lengths and upwards as a tpecia Ity. We have opened: up %  trade with tb • above Port in this commodity. Buyei would do well to see us urchasiog elsewhi \ %  are also Sli ippers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. Ie h id' Cutlery • ass' a t men I 1.1 RAZORS I ilile K' Pocket Knr Bui< her Knives Bread Knives Can infl Sets in Cases. %  md SCbSORS, for sale by Chas. E Albury. I J 1 V|> on Bay St. --< %  X"* Gold SI ve i ks with Ii I • ngrdved I W. H, ownet can see it ai Tribune l FOR ALE i ONN CORNK r m r Con itrument. A 1 ONN CORNK r in Perfect Condition— -\ Splendid Inw. A. SWE \NV. Williams ShOCS Are BETTER USE OF AMBITtONTAlII f Pliljr of thaaa now ramoua articlaa bruno* In book form— paalaboard cevfri— 84 parra. with an Inspiring monty-mtiklnir aug-gaatlon on earn pairo. Mailed prrpuid. SSe. I llnalnraa Pnhll.Unw Co. lib and pina St*., 8t Loula Mo W A. MA rill'k. UN DERI AKER. D 'K'l -> •.. ,1 .in. infiiend* and the Public lbi he ha. just received %  complete outfit • Facilities foi the business of an undertaker, which plai se him in n position to carrv out Funetals thai mav be entrusted '" his rare iih nd despatch ; am ,, t theii i' 'i' n ige < let T v nrsi on' prove Ilia! the) are the very lowest foi fir 1 1 lass WOI k. £40 A MQN1 Be Your Own I if you % %  irrieVkinK than £I| wrr. •ttiriuld lua to (lay. help %  .BJI>, Ibf our plan. Y*T Wtirfc at •Miii.M*i..' r>t plsWf*,c miutufaniirinic Ituuitutlnna. i LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRITS BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCH001 EI6HTH AND PINE. ST. LOUIS, HP FIR.ST CLASS ADVXHTISING MEDIUM "The Strombus" avarywht-r.'. laa MlmrrM waiii iron, nomtj otfcar al'li ..f thr KK.IHJim art a mark any plarr m haiMim to arlrrt, at.ri riean above operating r>\ii<'ii*t rarh ml very day.i WONOKRrTTL f COMBINATI IN %  tMEBA, llh wlik'ti yd takr and loaliUitaDroiialy rtr\rlop all entlrrly I nil flyka .ft Il<(ir. A In. u.flhtj It : %  ,1 Car.U. mi'l I*. ir%  nrlurra at, plalr I. > i. NO F.XPERIF.Nr.F. NF.F.OF.O fUmple Inatriictlutut arrt.mpany each outfit yotl ^tt Itrtcln lu inaK'moDry In fllfm mlnu' rrarhra you. A 'tifllrut Invratmrnt will grt thh W'tVltlU; I I r fur you an.l it'll you In a pualtlon to nia.r £VIO a yrar. It >ntl want to hr rTirlrltrll-l firm, and abanlutrly your own t).*ai. wrlu* ma lo-.lay atft I will *rtt.I y.Mi t.y rrTurn mall, full frre Intnrm ailoo rWardloc thiK WONnKRliil, PROFOBl TjOH. lni|.i.|lii Ifttrnt nflrrlmi poattlvr nr.xvfl from iry Part of tinw.rii Otis run .w, i .:Tu llll-i ANNOtlNI KMKNT TVI>*Y. L ItitaUi. eft. .127 4M II ,Owl Um Ittk.a.t.l \H7n would ifonnall who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no W' haveon .nrl an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGAR!*. W guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumat \Vi ipi ers. and HBVH" S Killi rs thronghi l .,,,,, 'Ih.-p Cigars are oil factored on oui premtss I", skilled workmi and cr.'M pains are taki n in produce an article nl su| ility. The succi w we have met with in tha pasi leads us confidently to exjM hepauona R eof, rs. ( SAIJNDERS ^ Ca H.iv Strei FLACK YOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE I'.rt-tM Collar, and Collar t n IIPSS HI IIS''. Price di livared inNassau Freiclit .md Duty Paid 30/ \\ 11 need jo clays to deliver. C. <> l>. C. ; SAUNDERS. East Bay s t. Nassau N. P. STOLEN. F RI )M Schi onei V.M.B., Friday or Satnrday mglii 1 Hawser and Anchor, also part ol .in ither I law a t. LOST. I ," l<( (M v. in unei s. I', i Imwood last night, Wednesday, 2nd, me 10 ft. boat—marked \V ,N. %  1! le Reward if found, \|'pK to \\. B. NOR I I I Market K.inge. ANNA E. RAE. PR( IPBIBTRESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon Marchi T hr Ltnrn Slorr SfOfCS Closing Sale ol Senaons Good*. it 1 nl Claas (jooda al very reduce^ prices. Benvilllvil Irish Lc nJ Insertions. A lew very select Irish Lace Huts, exquisite dcaixn Oi-ish.v Crepes vilh I.aces to match. Irish Hetnd Embroidered R-obes iv nd Waists 2 per ten I oil. Irish Linens, While and Coloured. Sniped Tussore Suitings. NOT I C E. ^T~MH^ is to inform my Patron 1 .in i t he Public in ienein 1li.it I have Op in d my I'nlilnl Black Sinitb Shop; and am DOS ready to do anything in the line General repair 01 nan Work Hors Shoeing Spr< tally. All work don Mechanically. P! A. Huvler, 453 Bay Sirett. Cast iWharl)



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Nvilliviv nddicttts nint. %  in verba magistri. Being bound 10 sweo.r to the Dogmtvs of no Master. VOL. X. .NASSAU, N. I'.. HAIIMIIAS, Saturday. April 12. 1915. No. 119 P > •7. cr *s % -<• en rf (D "1 • If* Br o o 0) LEON E H. IH'I'l CH, EDI rnR . u Pi OFriCI ;, l \i: CRT '-AllV P IYAHI I i\ \ i>\ AMI-. Advertising Ratei lis pence pet line foi tirst 1 iiertioti; three pence per line fni lecond 1 n -i-i 11. >•, .ni'l one peony per imp f-11 subsequent insertion \ '" %  • % %  enti innier eight lines ,-. t^ I III'. ONI Y REMEDY. Oh IHHV wi I,, .mil frail, ;ui(l il it\' 1 tlir i lungs <.f t iino and sense, I' iSSlftg like the summer sh idowg, ()i the riai kness do p and dense. Not a ihing Ilia) we can build on, I'li.-it ran givt %  lasiing rest, I 1 •' fi 1 ng, 1 % %  rig, Weary to a In ,it t'|i|n 081. Restless 'neath Ihe greatest favor, Telling of an inward void, Coming, going, and returning, Like the fum retreating ti li All corrupting ant.' defilement, Spoiled by sinl polluting much, I ply. vain fcnd flitappointing, I'-it little, be il much. Oh, what reit 'midst surli delusions, For the mind to giasp whits v 11, And to know a calm Composure, Ami • he : MI of be 11 "ii 11 feel. On a linn foundation Handing, That can r*vet know a change, God's own Word and God's own Sph it. What a IK Id, and. what a range! THOMAS SosfSRVILl 1 GEORGE'S I'll. I:\I\IA wn MOW in-. ESCAPED. One lovely Sunday morning, eijz'it young law student! were Strolling along the bank of one ol the tributaries of the Potomac river. Ih' y were going to %  secluded spot in go ve t'i murder Ihe pie. rums 1, ins by play n %  ; whis', and drinking win". Each ol them M IS • 1 too ol n pray ng mother. As they '\e % %  sauntei ing along, amusing each other with idle jes s, the Court Mouse bell--uspd for Calling Ihe people to the house of Wi irship %  ni %  d to ring. Although fully tui miles away, it nounded in the eais of thus* thoughtless youths .is plainly as if were; on ihe <>tlier shoie of that 11 ••• Suddenly one of them stopped, and told him who writes th'9 n iri.inve thai li" would go no farther, but that he would return to town tnl ;,'" to church, Then the writer shouted to the other six, who were .1 shot 1 distance ahead : "Boys c ne buck heie ; (ieorge is ceiung religious. Come, we will ,1 ,11111. We musl baptize bin lij nniiMTSion in the walei "-peed il) ir all surrounded George, and told him that only by going with us could he Save himself from a Ci ild bal h. To hit h in a calm, hut earnest tone of voice he iep d : v very % %  ell that von have ih" physical ability to put me into the stream, and hold me thete even till I am drowned, and if you choose vou can do so without mv showing any resistance ; but before you do it I have a .few winds to say. You =tll know thai I am nearly two In 1 1 Ired miles from home; but i Q that my mother is a helpless, bed-ridden invalid. I cannot remember ever h iving seen har out of hei herl; and I never did see her out of her*room. I am the youngest of the famdj ; and when my father dVririeri.tio send me here — IIP having Iv-eft a 'life-Jong personal friend of out preceptor, who does not charge anything for my lution — he Could scarcely prevail upon mo her to permit my leavnig her. At length, after many prayer* on the subject, she consented, and Ih" necessary preparations for mv departure were speedily completed. Mv mother never spoke to me about the matter 1 i 11 'the morning on which I left for the East. Then aflei I had eaten breakfast, she sent for me and naked if I bad everything ready end properly IT pacletl. I told her that all w 1 completed, and that I would be off Kneeling beside her bed. at her request, with her lovin %  hinds "ii my head, she prayed hi me. Many a night since, 1 ba> dreamed 11>e whole scene over. It is the happiest recollection in my memory. I believe that tothedav of my death I will he able to repeat every word of that prayer. When she ceased praying, she spoke to me thus "My prec s son. you know Dot indeed you can never know—the agony of a mother's heart when parting forever from her" last born. When vou go forth from beneath the home of your nativity, to [pursue the study of the profession of yui choice, and of your dear fathers choosing as well, you will for the last time this side the grave look upon Hie face of her w ho loves v on as no other mortal do or can. — Your lather is not able to pa) Tom expenses for unking visits home during the two years of your coursg ol studies. I cannot possibly live so long as that. The sands in the hour glass of my feeble existence have nearly run out. In that distant, and strange place to which you are going there will be no loving mother to which you cm apply foi counsel when assailed by temptations. You must, therefor-', while a boy, learn to say "Nn" when urged to do wrong. I 1 mnot tie with you, but I \eill daily commit you to the care of Cod, wh 1 is everywhere present, behold ng jfOUr evil arts as well as your good deeds. Every Sunday morning, from ten to eleven o'clock, Ijwill spend the hour, in prayer for you. Wherever you may be during this hour, when you beat the bell ringing for the assembling of God's people, let your thoughts carry you to this chamber of death, where your dying mother will be agonizing for you in pray, erCommit to memory the eighth, ninth and tenth verses of the first chapter-of Proverbs. Kiss me farewell. Now, the last wotds you will ever hear from mv lips are, in the language of Solomon, 'My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not.'" (Continued on fourth page.> %  <. \


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Publication Date: Saturday, April 12, 1913
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Nvilliviv nddicttts nint. in verba magistri.
Being bound 10 sweo.r to the Dogmtvs of no Master.
VOL. X.
.Nassau, N. I'.. HaIimiias, Saturday. April 12. 1915.
No. 119
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I III'. ONI Y REMEDY.
Oh Ihhv wi I,, .mil frail, ;ui(l il it-
\' 1 tlir i lungs <.f t iino and sense,
I' iSSlftg like the summer sh idowg,
()i the riai kness do p and dense.
Not a ihing Ilia) we can build on,
I'li.-it ran givt . lasiing rest,
I 1 ' fi 1 ng, 1 rig,
Weary to a In ,it t'|i|n 081.
Restless 'neath Ihe greatest favor,
Telling of an inward void,
Coming, going, and returning,
Like the fum retreating ti li
All corrupting ant.' defilement,
Spoiled by sinl polluting much,
I ply. vain fcnd flitappointing,
I'-- it little, be il much.
Oh, what reit 'midst surli delu-
sions,
For the mind to giasp whits
v 11,
And to know a calm Composure,
Ami he :mi of be 11 "ii 11 feel.
On a linn foundation Handing,
That can r*vet know a change,
God's own Word and God's own
Sph it.
What a Ik Id, and. what a range!
Thomas SosfSRVILl 1 .
GEORGE'S I'll.i:\i\ia wn
MOW in-. ESCAPED.
One lovely Sunday morning,
eijz'it young law student! were
Strolling along the bank of one ol
the tributaries of the Potomac riv-
er. Ih' y were going to secluded
spot in go ve t'i murder Ihe pie.
rums 1, ins by play n; whis', and
drinking win". Each ol them M IS
1 too ol n pray ng mother. As
they '\e sauntei ing along,
amusing each other with idle jes s,
the Court Mouse bell--uspd for
Calling Ihe people to the house of
Wi irship ni....... d to ring.
Although fully tui miles away, it
nounded in the eais of thus*
thoughtless youths .is plainly as if
were; on ihe <>tlier shoie of that
11
Suddenly one of them stopped,
and told him who writes th'9 n ir-
i.inve thai li" would go no farther,
but that he would return to town
tnl ;,'" to church, Then the writer
shouted to the other six, who were
.1 shot 1 distance ahead :
"Boys c ne buck heie ; (ieorge
is ceiung religious. Come, we will
,1 ,11111. We musl baptize bin
lij nniiMTSion in the walei "-peed
il) ir all surrounded George, and
told him that only by going with
us could he Save himself from a
Ci ild bal h. To hit h in a calm,
hut earnest tone of voice he ie-
p d :
v very ell that von have
ih" physical ability to put me into
the stream, and hold me thete even
till I am drowned, and if you
choose vou can do so without mv
showing any resistance ; but before
you do it I have a .few winds to
say.
You =tll know thai I am nearly
two In 1 1 Ired miles from home; but
i q that my mother
is a helpless, bed-ridden invalid. I
cannot remember ever h iving seen
har out of hei herl; and I never did
see her out of her*room. I am the
youngest of the famdj ; and when
my father dVririeri.tio send me here
Iip having Iv-eft a 'life-Jong per-
sonal friend of out preceptor, who
does not charge anything for my
lution he Could scarcely prevail
upon mo her to permit my leavnig
her. At length, after many prayer*
on the subject, she consented, and
Ih" necessary preparations for mv
departure were speedily com-
pleted.
Mv mother never spoke to me
about the matter 1 i 11 'the morning
on which I left for the East. Then
aflei I had eaten breakfast, she
sent for me and naked if I bad
everything ready end properly
IT
pacletl. I told her that all w 1
completed, and that I would
be off Kneeling beside her bed.
at her request, with her lovin
hinds "ii my head, she prayed hi
me. Many a night since, 1 ba>
dreamed 11>e whole scene over. It
is the happiest recollection in my
memory. I believe that tothedav
of my death I will he able to re-
peat every word of that prayer.
When she ceased praying, she spoke
to me thus
"My prec.....s son. you know Dot -
indeed you can never knowthe
agony of a mother's heart when
parting forever from her" last born.
When vou go forth from beneath
the home of your nativity, to [pur-
sue the study of the profession of
yui choice, and of your dear fa-
thers choosing as well, you will
for the last time this side the grave
look upon Hie face of her w ho loves
v on as no other mortal do or can.
Your lather is not able to pa)
Tom expenses for unking visits
home during the two years of your
coursg ol studies. I cannot possibly
live so long as that. The sands in
the hour glass of my feeble exis-
tence have nearly run out.
In that distant, and strange place
to which you are going there will
be no loving mother to which you
cm apply foi counsel when assailed
by temptations. You must, there-
for-', while a boy, learn to say
"Nn" when urged to do wrong. I
1 mnot tie with you, but I \eill
daily commit you to the care of
Cod, wh 1 is everywhere present,
behold ng jfOUr evil arts as well as
your good deeds. Every Sunday
morning, from ten to eleven
o'clock, Ijwill spend the hour, in
prayer for you. Wherever you may
be during this hour, when you
beat the bell ringing for the as-
sembling of God's people, let your
thoughts carry you to this chamber
of death, where your dying mother
will be agonizing for you in pray,
er- Commit to memory the eighth,
ninth and tenth verses of the first
chapter-of Proverbs. Kiss me fare-
well. Now, the last wotds you will
ever hear from mv lips are, in the
language of Solomon, 'My son, if
sinners entice thee, consent thou
not.'"
(Continued on fourth page.>
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I Hfc T RIBUNIi
XLhc Zvibune
f
So-turdny April 12. 191V
President Wilson has launched
the U.S. Congress on its extra
session.
We fear he has a hard task be-
fore him. A good Tariff Bill may
get safely through the House of
Representatives, but the Senate
may handle it roughly and seek
to make of it something innocu
ous to the protected interests.
If reactionary Democrats
should try to make the measure
milder than the President wishes,
will he be able to bring them
into line? He hasdoncthis kind
of thing with unwilling legisla-
tors in New Jersey ; can Me do it
at Washington ?
It must be remembered that Bry-
an secured the nomination of Dr.
Woodrow Wilson at Baltim >r
by exposing the other side from
day today in the Convention.
When Bryan made plain to the
public the intentionsot his oppo-
nents, the public intimidated the
majority of the delegates into
taking the straight path Possi-
bly the President and his Secre-
tary of State may be able to so
far rouse the country against the
rebel Democrats, if they should
vote to bolster up special inter-
ests, that they may tremblingly
forsake their conservative atti-
tude.
Though the President is a Free
Trader in principle he will not
work for a tariff for revenue law.
He is at present labouring to
materially reduce the cost of
living. Congress and he have
both been elected for that pur
pose, and he is determined to
carry out the mandate of the
electorate if it b% anvhow possi-
ble.
In the Pnited Kingdom, the
present Free Trade system was
attained gradually. Sir Robert
Peelmadca start, and Glad-
stone completed the work about
about 20 years afterwards. The
movement begun in the forties
did not look back once. The
"Fair Traders" tried, in 1885, to
revert in sqme degree to the old !
policy, but failed, and alike ill-
success is attending the "Tariff
Reform'-' scheme of Mr. Cham
berlain. We trust that something
Similar may happen 111 the Uni-
ted States. The Protectionists
wiirtiKht hard to bring Congress
back to the ideas embodied in
the McKinley Act, the Dinfc-
le-y Act, and the Paine-Aldrich
Act. For the sake of the suffer-
ing American consumer, we
earnestly hope they may never
succeed.
Through the courtesy of the
Hon. T. E. D. Brace Acting
Colonial Secretary, we are en-
abled to put before our readers
the very interesting article on
the Castor Oil Bean that fol-
lows :
AMERICAN' CONSULAR
OFFICE.
Nassau, Bahamas,
April 4th, 1913.
Sir,
I have the honour to enclose
herewith certain information in
regard to castor oil beans which
has been received from the De-
partment of Commerre at Wash-
ington it lbs Excellency the
Governors request as contained. ^......., ,___
' Soap-makers.
in vour letter No. 293-370-13,
dated March ml iqn. Ludahy Packm
dated March 3rd 1913
I shall be obliged if you will
transmit this information to His
Excellency.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient Servant,
ERIC SOLOMON.
American Vice and Deputy
Consul.
Hon. T. E. D. Bnce
Acting Colonial Secretary
Nassau.
West Indies and 3 bushels from
San Domingo, whurea"- several
vi ars ago, imports amounted to
about 10,00.) bushels.
The current quotation for
castor beans found in trade
price is 35 cents per pound, but
that is manifestly a .high stand-
ard stock quotation subject to
fluctuating series of discounts,
There are a number of large
American manufacturing chem-
ists and soap-makers who would
readily quote cash prices foi
theseoil application.
Si ime of these arc as follows :
Chemists :
e 1 'avis & Co., Detroit
Mich ; Sharp and Dohme, Balti-
more, Maryland ; Frederick
Stearns & Co., Detroit, Mich ;
Eirner.v Amend, N. v Y :, N.
V; LehnA Fink, New York N.Y.
ENCLOSURE.
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE.
Washington,
March, 21st, 1913.
Sir,
I have the honour to transmit
certain information in regard to
castor oil beans as requested by
Deputy Consul Solomon, of Nas-
sau, Bahamas, under date of
March 8th, 1913, and transmit
ted by the Department of State
under Index number 10,763.
Imports of castor bean seeds
into the United States are con-
siderable, the quantities in the
last three fiscal years having
been 726,002 bushels in 1910;
71 ,,033 bushels 111 [911 ; and
I 6 bushels in 1913. The
duty is 25 cents per bushel and
the imports had an .appraised
customs value (111 country of ori-
gin) of 1.15, 81.27 and .$1.10
in the respective years named.
I he present imports COIIM n
ly altogether from British India,
with a small and diminishing
amount from Brazil. Emm the
West Indies there came last
year only 41 bushels from |Jam-
g Co., Omaha,
Nebraska; Armour Soap Works.
Minneapolis, Minn; Larkin
Company, Buffalo, N. Y; N. K.
Fairbank Company, Pittsburg,
Pa. ; Proctor & Gamble, Cin-
i innati, Ohio.
Castor oil is dutiable at 35
per gallon. 'The imj
for consumption in the fiscal
year 1912 were 6,373 gallons,
having SB appraised value (in
country of origin) of $0,994 Pcr
gallon.
1 Ion. Dr. Johnson has given
notice that on Monday Evening,
in the I louse of A .< mbly, he
will move for the appointment
of a Select Committee to take
into consideration the desirabil-
ity of inserting an item in the
Appropriation Bill for concret-
ing a portion of the Market
Wharf and extending and im-
proving the shed thereon.
The Liquor Bill will have its
third reading in the House of
Assembly on Monday. Mr. Cole
has charge of this Bill.
11| on the motion of Mr. Mal-
colm, on Monday night, the
House will discuss the Bill re-
lative to Electric Light, Tele-
graphs, and Telephones.
Petitions are coming in to the
Legislature from all quarters,
for grants of money for Roads,
Wells, etc., so that it begins to
look like an increase of the 'Tar-
iff, rather than a reduction
thereof.
tion in the Appropriation Bill,
for the planting of trees, along
strei ts, highways, and in and
around our public places. Never
too late to do good.4
The front portion of < iovern-
menl I li use I irouuds, is looking
smart. The House of Assembly
has already committed itself to
a|grant of300 for these grounds
having vot< d it, in itsestima
so that in the near future we ex-
pi ct to behold a very credit 1
[garden, in place of what has
j been, (or many years, a dis-
! graceful jungle.
Mr. Thomas S. Hilton having
ntly purchased the residence
in Charlotte St, formerly occu-
! bv the late Mrs. < lamblin,
lias mad. extensive alterations
and rep.111- thereto. Mr. I liltOI)
intends, when it is finished, to
remove theif, from Union Street
and make it his tuturc home.
One Hundred Pound 1 is talked
aica, 984 bushels from the Dutch of, as a probable item for inscr-
1
A woman named Stubbs"
occasioned serious bodily harm
to three persons on I hursday
it in (irant'a I own. The
injured ones had to b taken to
the Hospital for treatment. The
woman was arrested yesterday
ill' nun',', and is now in CUSti
awaiting an inve e of the
e .11 the Polid I ':
Mr. Musgrave, lately among
the Ud Fort Rubber Cultivat-
ing Staff, has vacated his posi-
tion, and took passage bj theS.
S. "Havana" on last Sunday
afternoon.
Revd. E. DeY. Brace returned
to th^ parish of St. John'',, of
Dunmore Town, Harbour Island
by the mail Schr. 'Dart,1 yester-
day afternoon.
Dr. A. T. W. Johnson, Medi-
cal officer of Harbour Island,
having spent his 7days vacation
leave hen, left on the Schr.
"Kate Sturrup" tins morning.
Tin- mail Schr. "Columbia"
returned from her first Wind-
ward Mail trip yesterday morn-
ing.
Cargo shipped per "Seguranca*
bound for New York April 11 th:
032 bales sponge, 273 bales
sponge refuse, 67 bales sponge
< lipping, 278 bb^s shells and lips
M turtle shell, 3 pkgs. curios
475 cases canned pineapples,
90 bis Citrus fruit, 07b bxs. cit-
rus fruit, 24 crates peppers, a pkg
sweet potatoes, H bales bark, 16


T H E T u l r. i; n E
ARE YOU SAVED OR DAMNED BY
YOUR PLEASURES?
ways
There are a number of
ture a man.
One o( the best ways is to notice his pi
lures.
ig that can interest a man is a decomposed
is troubled on tins account '
Yo ii truly
DIGNITY.
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THF: L.NT1RE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 12, 1913.
I 1 L'N-D
TV J E \\i Fort Montague a pocket
memorandum bo >k,
KAPPL1
I llllllll'.
CABLEGRAMS.
asure in iife istlie financial ruin ol a competitor,
^ it a vi; er.
f If his Sabbath sport is the sa joy of gloatii | r what
nil happen to the damned, he is > 1!'
Bui the man who loves a b ill same, a political mass meeting 1 1 uri lergo an operation in order to
|iid his work is worth his weight. '" recurrence of the acute
An to be w .rth your wetght is wonderful. There are so (
Of us who are.
The highest from of pleasure (S when it manifests itself in work.
['leisure is strictly a mental state, and men ol strong minds
&:< enjoy whatever they want to.
To speak of a man as a drudge because he does not know
how to enjoy anything but work i> to give yourself away. I
drinker.
London, 10.- rhe Duchew oi
1 nnaught, who, with the duke
arrived in London on Mauh 30111' ff\
, Iims been advised by her physicans *.
I da.
London, 10. I*he great powers
will mala- certain concessions to the
Balkan allies in an endeavoui to
bringnboui peace. n< y have agreed
be ni.nie
on tin- reply that is t<
onlv men who are dm Iges are men who have to work without to the ol ji ol tbe Ihee offer-
(pjoving it f' mediation as
\ man never really lives until lie learns to find pleasure in proposed bj the powers.
hi-- work, and since every honest man must work, why not make
it a pleasure ?
pk'_: efl ts, 12 sacks cocoanuts,
Ibbls. old metal, u hales junk,
fhbl. old ruiiber, .| pkgs rubber
hose, 1 case electrical generator.
COM.Mi NICATED.
The Streets at the present
time, are in charge of the Board
ol I'ublic Works, and it is the
Jutyofthat Hoard to see that
no em roachmentS etc. are made
die i, hut 1 see that on West
Bay Stieet, a newly rebuilt resi-
dence is having concrete si
nude at its doorways thus en-
aoai liing upon, and narrowing,
an suffi" iently nai
portion of Hay Strict. Whose
business is it to see to this ? \.>
body's ol course. Surely a per* 1
mit has not been granted for tins
as 11 1. I vond the right or 1
trol of any Board to part with
the right* of the general public
Dear Mr hditor ;
I have been very much con-
cerned about your article which
referred to the Governor having
become a member of The Club.
I am hoping that this is not true,
for if it is, how can a Governors
usefulness do otherwise than
come short
Lonilon.ro.Is a result of the
meeting in Brussels last month all
1 North Atlanth passenger lines
forming the 11 nference have agreed
Hut there are other rumours to adopt a chaogi of route from
with reference to this matter. April 13th,^anniversary of the
which are persistent although I - o( tbe*Titanic.
am inclined to doubt them be-1 Ro .o.-PopefPiusX. Sisre-
cause of their impertinence. It ported much better.
hI that the Governor has ---------
suggested to other officials that Washington, 10.The President
they become members of The will he authorised to invite the
Club among these the Attorney [great powers i<> participate in a
General an,I Chief Justice, it is greal n ival parade at the opening
ah,, said that the former offi< ial 'the Panama t anal in 1915.19 a
This Wife
and Mother
Wishes to tell you FR IE
How She Stopped
Her Husband's Drinking
By all Mean. Write to Her
and Learn how She did it.
For over 20 years Jamet Anderson of 91'.
Elm Ave., Hiilbum, N. V., was a very hard
Hit case seemed a hopeless one.
but 10 years ago Hi Waff
in their own little home,
pave him a simple
remedy which much to
her delight stopped 4ii*
drinking entirety.
To make sure that
the remedy was respon-
sible for this happy
result she also tried it on
her brother and sev-
eral of her neighbors.
It was successful in
every case. None of them
has touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since.
She now wishes everyone who has drunk-
enness in their homes to try this simple
remedy for she feels sure that it will do as
much for others as it has for her. It ran be
given secretly if desired, and without cost
she will gladly and willingly tell you what it
is. All you have to do is write her a letter
asking her how she cured her husband of
drinking and she will reply Wy leturn mail in
a sealed envelope. As she has Bathing to seP
do not send her money. Simply send Ictte*
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Ander-
son at the address given above, taking care
to write your name and full address plainly.
(We earnestly aJviu every one of our rtaJert
who wishes to cure a Jtnr one of Jrunkennesl
to write to t/iii lu.'.y loJay. tier offer it a
trnury one.)
in ide applic ation and was black
balled because it was believed
by the memben thai he had
n in the Colony long enough
to have applied for membership
before, and it was onlv because
the < Jovernot became a mem-
In r that I e Followed. This can-
not he true Mr. Editor. How
can it be ? It is said, of course,
that the rejection of the appli -
cant mentioned above was re-
versed upon the advice of the
President of the Club, who it is
said pointed out that it would
be bad poln-y to reject an olfi-
Cial of his standard, and he was
therefore re-nominated and
elected. Will some one, in the
name of common sense, tell ON
if these thing! are true, and so
satisfy many a conscience that
hill introduced in the house today.
London, 10. "I he luck willlall
Iik with us this time. 1 he challen-
g i i tbeJ ui haled "Shamrock,"
wink- the New York Yacht Club
will he defending the America's
i up fr ili thirteenth lime," said
today Charles Nil holeoD, the yacht
nei ol Gosport, England, who
is to design the boat which will
set 1 to win bat k loi the Britistl the
America's I up,
"I have already erected a shed at
Goeporl yards for the challenger,
and have her plans well under way.
I expect to launch I er in April
'9'4-"_________________________
There is no passion which
steals into the heart more im-
perceptibly and covers itself un-
der more disguises than pride.
Addison. i
THE
Magazine
.hut mokci
Fact
more fftnrlnatins|
lli>D
Fiction
"WSHTTtN 0 fpU CMt
UNDaftSTfkND IT"
A GREAT Continued 3taey ol Ik* WotU's
ProfTM* which you my herin rraduiK at
ny time, and which will hold your Interest
forever, is running in
Popular Mechrfnics
Magazine &
Are you readina It > Two millions of paotalt
n\ and it is the fsvorlte with pronnsKive
Italian in South n well as In North A'
It appeals to all classesold and youni; P Ml
mid women.hose who know and those who
want to know.
aao raoia (./.cm month soo *icturbs
aoo anrrcLia or oaNiRAi. iNTtacsT
The "Shop Notea" D.p.rtm.at (20 h,
pros easy ways to do (hints- -haw to m. ke
useful srtic Urn lor home and shop, repairs, ate.
"Aaiataar Mechanics (10 patea) tells ho* to
make Mission furniture. wireleMoutfits.boats,
enannrs. ma*ic. and all the Ihinaa s boy lovon
By mall, per year S2.00 (Gold)
whits ro rstta aassptt copy todsv |
POPULAR MECHANICS CO.
, JIS W Waaklofloa St.. CHICAGO f)
And the devil did grin for his
darling sin
Is th-' pride that apes humility.
Coli i
In general, pride is at the but-
ton "f all great mistaki
Ruskin.
IT


THE TRIBl N L
When (irurge bud finished, he
and \\e were a'l weeping.
Involuntarily we open, d tlie ring
which we had formi around hini.
He had stood up I >i the right
against heavy odds, and fat h il ui
admired him for lining that which
none of us had the d urage tod"
break away from evil companions,
and jo to church. He led of), with-
out a word, and we all Followed
W thout either one knowing that
any other had done so too. each
of us managed to throw his eaids
and flask mto the creek, sn il ai bj
the time we reached the i hurch,
every pocket was emptied "fits
former contents, Never >& "" did
any o:.e of that little corn pan) :
piny games on Sunday. vix ol the
number have pone to their long
home*, each a Cl ristian, Onlj twi
of usare \et living ; George,nn able
lawyer in [own, and the writei of
this incident B, I.
i-< >\< hire!
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with bath room at
t.u lied and all out door conven-
iences including ;i Link.
East Street, Smith, opposite*
Nassau Prison,
\| ply In
JOS, I. \I.\G
Blue Hill St. South
Big Towel Sale
on Friday, 11th inst.
AT
The Nassau Bargain House.
[UST OPENED.
A Case ul 'it' (I >/. line quality
Bleached Huckaback Towels
to he sold at only 6d each would
be cheap at Qd.
\1sn
2\ and 3 yd D.m ask Table Cloth*
at only +a nid 5*. e ih.
1.1 ble Napkins ai \*. iot.
Fine qualit) P. cases to be sold
a) tins v ill foi gd each.
The Bbove ai pecjal job
Lots, so don't miss thii sal*
Another job 1 ot Metis shirts ai
is. 6d.
A. F. MOORE.
CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN
Carpentei and Papei Hanger.
\, to, n, is f,'rt,
always on h md. I >thei
built to order.
^': , ii, u feet,
always on hand. (riders for
larger sizes or large quantities
will receive prompt attention
Paper Hanging,
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Armstrong Mreet ( Hawkins Mil..)
Luirfber & Shingles
JUST R-ecelvd par Schooner
Roberts nd Hussella" from
St. James Ctly. Florida., a full
anorimil,! of Lumber and Shin-
ales i
ij x 10 and 12, || x 10 and 12
of 30 ft. lengths and upwards
as a tpecia Ity.
We have opened: up trade with
tb above Port in this commodity.
Buyei would do well to see us
urchasiog elsewhi
\ are also Sli ippers of Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
Iehid' Cutlery
ass' a t men I 1.1 .
RAZORS
I ilile K'
Pocket Knr
Bui< her Knives
Bread Knives
Can infl Sets in Cases.
.md
SCbSORS,
for sale by
Chas. E Albury.
I J1 V|> on Bay St. --<
X"* Gold SI ve i ks with Ii I
ngrdved I W. H, ownet can see
it ai Tribune l
FOR ALE
i ONN cornk r m r
Con
itrument.
A 1 ONN CORNK r in Perfect
Condition -\ Splendid In-
w. A. SWE \NV.
Williams ShOCS
Are BETTER
USE OF
AMBITtONTAlII f
Pliljr of thaaa now ramoua articlaa
bruno* In book form
paalaboard cevfri 84
parra. with an Inspiring
monty-mtiklnir aug-gaa-
tlon on earn pairo.
Mailed prrpuid. SSe.
I llnalnraa Pnhll.Unw Co.
, lib and pina St*.,
8t Loula Mo
W A. MA rill'k.
UN DERI AKER.
D'K'l -> .. ,1 .in. in- fiiend*
and the Public lbi he ha.
just received complete outfit
Facilities foi the business of an un-
dertaker, which plai se him in n
position to carrv out Funetals thai
mav be entrusted '" his rare iih
nd despatch ; am
,, t theii i' 'i' n ige < let
. T v nrsi on' prove Ilia! the)
are the very lowest foi fir1! 1 lass
WOI k.
40 A MQN1
Be Your Own I
if you %
irrieVkinK
than I|
wrr.
ttiriuld
lua to (lay. '
help
.BJI>, _
Ibf our plan. Y okd work * a I
.'i [tlefm-, WrV"|
i iiiif*-. always, I
_ have iiioiiry Uul
Imrn'la more of It.
HtiW W(ini Yni I I Kl- to -'iu-t out _
tumir on omntiin.'il i. .-in. a,- iu .ilrnmirr ulp.i
6toy i**t iK.u-ivr.tul ii-.c like a lord uvlrtra
trvery (1>*T Wtirfc at Miii.M*i..',r>t plsWf*,c
, miutufaniirinic Ituuitutlnna. i
LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOR PARTICULARS WRITS
BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCH001
EI6HTH AND PINE. ST. LOUIS, HP
FIR.ST CLASS
ADVXHTISING
MEDIUM
"The Strombus"
avarywht-r.'. laa MlmrrM waiii iron, nomtj
otfcar al'li ..f thr kK.Ih- Jim art a mark
any plarr m haiMim to arlrrt, at.ri riean
above operating r>\ii<'ii*t rarh ml very day.i
WONOKRrTTL f
CoMBINATI IN tMEBA, llh wlik'ti yd
takr and loaliUitaDroiialy rtr\rlop all entlrrly I
nil flyka .ft Il<(ir. A In. u.flhtj It : ,1
Car.U. mi'l I*. ir- nrlurra at,
plalr I. trci.tl.ra. anil la rra.lv to drll.rr to v-mt iih-1
Inmtf In lr'. than a mlniitr aftrr maklna llw
tpoaur.-. Ilili KI.MAHKAIII I IM1 .UN
iakBtinuplrtur.ai.ti tiu i i terybody wafta nta.
ttirrs and rarh nnir. you make atlvertk* tt )<7nr l.ua*.
oeaa aad utaaiat eora *&! nf y>> i.
NO F.XPERIF.Nr.F. NF.F.OF.O
fUmple Inatriictlutut arrt.mpany each outfit
yotl ^tt Itrtcln lu inaK'- moDry In fllfm mlnu'
rrarhra you.
A 'tifllrut Invratmrnt will grt thh W'tVltlU-
; I I r fur you an.l it'll you In a pualtlon to
nia.r VIO a yrar. It >ntl want to hr rTirlrltrll-l
firm, and abanlutrly your own t).*ai. wrlu* ma lo-.lay
atft I will *rtt.I y.Mi t.y rrTurn mall, full frre Intnrm
ailoo rWardloc thiK WONnKRliil, PROFOBl
TjOH. lni|.i.|lii Ifttrnt nflrrlmi poattlvr nr.xvfl
from iry Part of tin- w.rii Otis run .w,
i .:Tu llll-i ANNOtlNI KMKNT TVI>*Y.
L ItitaUi. eft. .127 4M II ,Owl Um Ittk.a.t.l
\H7n would ifonnall who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no
W' haveon .nrl an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGAR!*. W
guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumat
\Vi ipi ers. and Hbvh" s Killi rs thronghi l .,,,,,
'Ih.-p Cigars are oil.....factored on oui premtss I", skilled workmi
and cr.'M pains are taki n in produce an article nl su| ility.
The succi w we have met with in tha pasi leads us confidently to exjM
hepauonaReof, rs. ( SAIJNDERS ^ Ca
H.iv Strei
FLACK YOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE I'.rt-tM Collar, and
Collar tn Horse or Pony s /.< Web Harness.
Call al St.....and see Sun pie I la > -
IIPSS HI IIS''.
Price di livared inNassau Freiclit
.md Duty Paid 30/
\\ 11 need jo clays to deliver.
C. <> l>. C. ; SAUNDERS.
East Bay st.
Nassau N. P.
STOLEN.
FRI )M Schi onei V.M.B., Friday
or Satnrday mglii 1
Hawser and Anchor, also part ol
.in ither I law a t.
LOST.
I," l<( (M v. in unei s. I', i Imwood
last night, Wednesday, 2nd,
me 10 ft. boatmarked \V ,N.
1! le Reward if found,
\|'pK to
\\. B. NOR III,
Market K.inge.
ANNA E. RAE.
PR( IPBIBTRESS OF
The Vogue andAu Bon Marchi
T hr Ltnrn Slorr SfOfCS
Closing Sale ol Senaons Good*.
it 1 nl Claas (jooda al very reduce^
prices.
Benvilllvil Irish Lc nJ
Insertions. A lew very select
Irish Lace Huts, exquisite dcaixn
Oi-ish.v Crepes vilh I.aces to
match. Irish Hetnd Em-
broidered R-obes iv nd Waists 2
per ten I oil. Irish Linens,
While and Coloured.
Sniped Tussore Suitings.
NOT I C E.
^T~MH^ is to inform my Patron
1 .in i the Public in ienein
1li.it I have Op in d my I'nlilnl
Black Sinitb Shop; and am DOS
ready to do anything in the line
General repair 01 nan Work Hors
Shoeing Spr< tally. All work don
Mechanically.
P! A. Huvler,
453 Bay Sirett. Cast iWharl)


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