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Honolulu, llawiilliiti Islands.
Draw Exchange on thu
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And llirlr ngonts In
NEW YORK, nOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. 51. Hothschlld & Eon, Loudon
Tliu Commcrclnl Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrclnl Hmtlt Co.of Sydney,
The Usiuk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchuioli, mid elllngton,
The Hunk of British Coluniblo, Vic
torln, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Truueact a Geuetul Banking Binlne?.
Fledged to neither Sect not Party.
But etUMIthed for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY Ifi, 188G.
As the J'fcss repents the charge
which wo yesterday characterised us
a " misrepresentation," we now de
clare it a positive falsehood.
AVe have been presented by the
Hon. A. F. ,huld, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court, with a copy of
his report to the Legislative Assem
bly, for tliu two years ending Decem
ber 31, 1885. Statistically, the re
port is a complc to exhibitor the busi
ness of tliu Supreme, Intermediary,
Circuit, Police and District Courts
of the Kingdom, during the period
above named. The only changes
which have taken place on the bench
were, the death of the Second Asso
ciate Justice, 11. 11. Austin, on the
5th day of July last, and the ap
pointment of his successor, lion.
Edward Preston, on the 7th of the
same month. Reference is made to
the new departure of the cleiks of
the Supreme Court mentioned some
time ago, in the liui.i.inix, in the
registering and numbering of all
cases tried in the Court since its
foundation. The law library has
been increased to '2,115 volumes,
and a new catalogue prepared. The
number of criminal case tried in
all the courts of the Kingdom is
given 9,G82, a decrease from the
previous two years of 4HS). The
convictions were 7, -15-1, of which
2,!37G were for drunkenness, acquit
tals 2,228. The number of civil
cases was G,091,nu increase of 83
over the preceding biennial period.
There was paid into the Tieasury by
the Supreme Court, during the two
years ended March 31, 188(i, in
fines and costs, S13.M1.00, being
$2,14.7.50 more than in the cor
responding period next preced
ing. The lines and costs, from
other couits so far as reported, to
December 31, 18S5, are: 2nd Cir
cuit, Maui, Molokai and Lanai,
$2,195.01; 3rd Circuit, Hawaii,
S2.G17.90; 4th Circuit, Kauai,
SG12.G0; Police Couit, Honolulu,
(not reported) ; Lahaina, S 1,445.
95; Wailuku, SG.015.87; Ililo,
82,292.40; Kohala, S5,G33.80; hi- i
hue, S2, 23 1.05; District Courts
Oahu, 84,451.32; Maui, 5.G38.33;
Hawaii, $7,814.33; Kauai, 5G.309.
75; total S47,2G4.34. The ex
penses of the Department amounted
to $7,050.79, provided for by the
legislative appropriation of 1884,
$5,000, allowance by tliu Cabinet in
July last $2,500 and an advance,
by the Supreme Court of S150.79.
The number of attorneys in the
Kingdom, licensed to practice law
in all the courts, is 48, of whom 21
are native Hawanans. There have
been licensed to practice in the
lower courts 08 persons, and 4 of
these are of foreigu blood.
The chapter on "Police and Dis
trict Judges" is probably the part
of His Honor's report in which the
public are most particularly con
cerned, dealing as it does with prac
tices of the most pernicious charac
ter and against which the constitu
tions and statute laws of both Great
Britain and the United States have
long ago established impassable
barriers, the only exception being
that, in the United States, Judges
secure appointment by popular vote.
Following is the learned Judge's
charge to the "assembled wisdom"
on this subject:
"There is good reason to fear that
in some districts the Justices are
accessible to corrupting influences if
not to actunl bribes. Such charges
are, however, easy to prefer and
exceedingly difllcult to substantiate.
Hut where thero is in any com
munity a common feeling of distrust
of tliu integrity of the Court to
which all must come forrcdiess, this
evil is almost as great as where
actual dishonesty should be proven.
jConlldcnco in ho Couits of justice
ia essential to the repose of the coui
jnunity. The Magistrates have been, sinco
the Act of 1882, appointed by tho
several Governors without reference
o the Justices of the Supremo
Court for approval. As tho con
sideration of your Honorable body
will undoubtedly be called to the
question how the character and
ellielency of the lower Courts can be
Improved, I advise that the power
of approval over such appointments
be restored to the Justices of the
Supreme Couit, as one means of
securing a bettor class of Judges.
Another would be the enactment of
a Statute forbidding tliu incumbent
to practice Law.
Hut nunc especially should an
Act be passed disqualifying any
Magistrate from beiiic a candidate
for election as a Representative for
the people. The desire on the part
of a candidate for Legislative honors,
and thus to endeavor to please his
constituency while soliciting its
favors, operates unfavorably on his
discharge of judicial duty. The
desire to win popular favor is apt to
bias the mind and tempt to dis
honesty of judgment. It is not
right to permit a Magistrate to be
in position of such great temptation
to judicial irregulaiities. Moie
over tin Constitution declaios that
the three Departments of Govern
ment, the hxeeutive. Legislative
and Judicial, shall be preserved dis
tinet, and the sitting of Judges in
the Legislature is a violation of the
spirit of this fundamental Law. The
evil will not be cutcd by allowing
Judges to resign if elected or by ap
pointing Deputies to fill their places
during sessions of the Legislature.
The Law should provide that no
person shall be eligible to election
as a IJopiesentutive who holds a
commission as a Judge, or who has
held such a commission at any time
within, say, a year previous to tliu
1 regard the appointment of Dis
trict or Police Justices as Tax As
sessors or Tax Collectors, as also
detrimental to their etlleieney as
Judges. Our Statutes regulating
the assessing and collecting of taxes,
as also those constituting the Hoard
of Inspectors of Election contem
plate that these olllce and that of
tho District Justices shall be kept
distinct, and that no two of them
shall be conferred upon the same
In many of the more populous
districts wheie the work requites
the services of men of superior
training and character, the salary
should be increased. Thus there
would be less temptation to seek in
crease of means by other Govern
ment appointments, and less accessi
bility to bribes and other favors
fiom the constituency. There is
no reason why all the Magistrates
should be paid alike. The salary
should be proportioned aecoiding to
the amount of wot k and responsi
bility. In the best Governments, Judges
are made to feel that if they dis
charge their duties honestly and
ulllciently, they may reasonably ex
pect to be continued in ofiicc. This
ought to be the rule in the civil ser
vice of Hawaii. Certainly a Judge
should not be made to feel that his
tenure of olllee was dependent upon
bis availability as a candidate for
the Legislature, or upon the amount
of his influence over the voters in
liis district. Why not limit these
appointments to men of approved
character, whose knowledge of Law
and general qualifications are es
tablished by examinations conducted
by the Justices of the Supietue
Court? Would not such a system
tend to secure what all desire, a
bench of Magistiatcs in whoso
hands the vital inteiests of the com
munity will be safe?
At present theie is no system of
inspection of tho Magistrate's re
cords or accounts. They report
their receipts to the Auditor Gen
eral, but there is no further cheek
on them. Their annual report to
the Supreme Court is merely for the
purposes of statistics."
AH IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
In the Legislative Assembly this
morning, His Excellency the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs lose and said
that he wished to make a statement
in accordance with a resolution in
troduced on a previous day by one
of the members of the Assembly, and
for the information of tho House,
concerning a Treaty alleged to have
been prepared at Washington, one
of the terms of which involved the
cession of Pearl Harbor to the United
States. Referring totlic draft of that
tiuaty published in the supplement
to this morning's '. C. Advertiser,
His Excellency stated emphatically
that the document referred to, par
ticularly the 2nd and 3rd sections,
is a pure invention, a rAi.sr.iioon,
and that tho appending of tho
names of Frederick T. Frelinghuysen
and Henry A. P. Carter thereto is
a rouoi.itv. His Excellency tlien
held up tho original diaft of a new
treaty convention, and said it is
nothing but a continuation of the
former treaty, without modification,
and added that tho services of I lis
Majesty's Envoy, Hon. Mr. Carter,
at Washington, in tho affair of tho
treaty were, in all roHpccts, prompt
SoriAMbTh lmu incited bloody
liots in Chicago and Milwaukee. Sev
eral persons liuvo been killed in con
flicts between tjie mob and the
police. Dynamite bombs linvo been
found in the quarters of tho Socialist!!,
FitinAY, May 14th.
On the house resuming at 10
o'clock, Rep. Hayseldcn asked the
President to appoint two more nicin
beis, one to bu the Attorney-General,
to the select committee on the
tax bills. There being no objection
tliu Piesident appointed Minister
Neumann and Rep. Kaulukou.
Rep. Kalua moved a resolution to
refund $0 overpaid taxes to one Ka
lawakua. oitmnt ok tih: day.
Rep. Kalua moved the older of
tho day, which carried.
Unfinished business was llrst
Rep. Aholo moved the house go
into committee of the whole for the
consideration of tho Appropriation
Hill, that being a special order of
the day. Carried.
The Assembly went into commit
tee, Noble A. S. Clcghorn in tliu
department of Foreiijn Affairs.
Snlnrv uf Llliraihui and Curator $2,100
Rep. Thurston moved the appro
pi iat ions for the Foreign and In
terior Departments be deferred until
the reports of the Ministers are re
ceived. Can led.
Salary of 5Unltcr 812,000
Salaiy of Auditor-General 10,000
Rep. Dole moved this item be
struck out, saying: I am sorry the
lepoit of the Auditor-General has
not come in, but the -nine motion
was made last session and was de
feated by ono vote. It received a
gicatdealof support, because from
the investigation of the house they
could not llnd that the Auditor
General was of any use to the coun
try. No accounts had been kept
according to the requiicnients of the
statute relating to the olllee. We
do not know now whether any ac
counts for tho last biennial peiiod
have been kept. The report of the
Auditor-Geneial for the previous
biennial period covered about a page
and was ulteily worthless. It was
an apology for a report, and did not
infonn us as to tliu work of his de
partment. This depaitment was in
tended to be a check on improper
expenditure of public moneys, so
that moneys would only be expended
according to the Appropriation Hill.
h tho biennial peiiod ending in
1881 enormous amounts of money
had been expended illegally, with
out any authority of law. During
the last biennial period there was a
large amount of money expended
without any atttlioi ity whatever. At
the last Legislative session an
amendment was intioduced and, 1
think, passed second .reading, mak
ing reasonable amendments to the
law. Hut one day, when the Oppo
sition was caught napping, down at
the steamer or elsewhere, the Gov
ernment rushed the bill out of exis
tence. As far as 1 remember those
amendments they were reasonable
only intended to make the measure
more effective and put tho ollicu
more under the control of the Legis
lature. Now, after these four years,
1 confess 1 do not know what the
utility of that olllee in and there is
no one here to explain. I have Heard
of one instance in which tltc position
was useful, and that was when bills
were brought in under certain heads,
which were not authorized by the
Appropriation Hill. We cannot
aifoid to spend live thousand dollars
a year for a servico which is so rare.
My impression is that the work of
the Auditor-General is mainly a
form which gives plausible authenti
city or endorsation to expenditures
of'tho Executive which are illegal.
I think the position was intended to
pt event unlawful expenditures, with
out authority of tliu Appropriation
Hill, and to see that the bill was ad
hered to. If my information is
correct, it would bo much cheaper
for the Legislatutu to purchase a
stamp, engraved "Audited and
found correct," and when vouchers
wetc presented they should be sim
ply stumped. So, I, from my duty
to my constituents, ask to have this
itcm'striiek out. I have only fiiendly
feelings for this olllcial, and it is
only for public reasons that I make
The amendment was put and lost.
Rep. Kalua moved the item be
passed by till some future occasion.
Rep. Hayseldcn rose to a point of
order. A "new motion could not be
made after tho chairman began to
put the question.
Tho chairman ruled the amend
ment in order, and it was put and
Tho item passed.
Pay of Tax Af-c.ors SM.OOO
Pay of Tax Collectors 31,000
Pay of Tax Appeal Hoard 1,000
Minister Neumann moved that
theso items bo postponed till the
committee on tax laws reported.
National Debt falling due St'iiT.tiOO
lntPKist on National Debt 1M),0()0
Rep. Custlo wanted information
whether it was debt falling duo the
coming period or was it outstanding
Minister Gibson regretted very
much that tho Minister of Finance
was not present, and lie (Mr. G.)
had not been engaged in any way in
tho duties of that department. IIo
called the attention of tho house to
thb resolution passed this morning
that Information on this point should
bo laid before the house. He there
fore moved, not having the infotina
tion at his linger' s ends, that these
items be postponed. Carried.
Rep. Dolo moved to amend to
$4,000. Lost, and item passed.
Printing Ccitllleates of Deposit. 82.000
Rep. Dickey moved to amend to
$750. The item last session was
$1,500, but only $109 were spent.
During the period a good many cei-
tillcates of deposit were printed.
Under the law proposed here there
will be gold certillcates printed, but
lie did not see why there should bo
so much money granted.
Minister Neumann said that dur
ing last peiiod there were none
printed. Instead of being issued
they were called in and destroyed.
It would depend on tho measure be
fore the house whether any new ones
would bo issued. If tho hill should
not be changed, it would not be a
bad thing to call in all certificates
and have new ones issued. Now,
if tliis is done there is a necessity
for issuing certificates; but if not
there is no need of eui tailing the
item, for if the money is not ie
quired it will not be spent. It ap
pears there are now certificates in
existence which are icqulred to be
called iu if the legislation befoie
this house pass.
Rep. Dickey asked how it was
that S409 had been spent.
Minister Neumann snid the cur
rency bill did not come in operation
till Dec. 1st, and it might have oc
curred that way, but not being
Minister of Finance lie could not ex
plain tho discrepancy.
Rep. Brown asked how 340,000
of certificates had been issued, ac
cording to tho Finance Minister's
Minister Neumann said there was
none since the law went into oper
ation, as the law would not allow it.
Rep. Dole asked whether any of
these 310,000 wcie piiutcd during
the last biennial session.
Minister Neumann was happy to
inform the lion, member that he
knew nothing about it.
Minister Gulick moved that the
item be defeired till the next con
sideration of the Appropriation Hill,
but accepted an amendment by Rep.
Cnstlo to defer till after action was
taken on the Attorney-General's
bill to regulate the currency. Car
ried. Stamps and Dies SutiO
Rep. Paehaolo moved to amend to
$200. Last session the appropria
tion was $300. but only $75 was ex
Rep. Castle said he used to be
there writing for the newspapers,
and now lie was a little lurther
down in the social scale sitting
there, but he never could find out
what this item was for.
Minister Gulick said: We all, 1
presume, know that we have a
stamp act, lcquiring internal icvc
nue stamps. The lion, member for
Makawao (Mr. Dickey) has brought
forward an act touching that par
ticular point. It will be seen also
that there is quite a revenue derived
f i om stamps. The stamps used are
of several denominations I do not
exactly remember how many. If I
recollect correctly the New Yoik
Hank Note Company are the en
gravers of the stamps and dies men
tioned in the appropriation. These
stamps and dies never leave their
establishment. Whoever employs
thein has to pay full value, and they
become the custodians of all original
woik. The production of each
stamp is quite an expensive affair.
Three postal stamps, dies and forms
costS 100 apiece. To say just ex
actly what will be required during
the biennial period is quite impossi
ble, but I need hardly say that tlicie
should be sulllcient a sum provided
for that purpose, which would be
used in accordance with the necessi
ties of the case. I think all will
sec that it would be certainly un
foi lunate to have such a limited ap
propriation as would be inadequate
to the requirements of the case.
Rep. Paehaole withdrew the
amendment nnd the item passed.
Dog Tags 81,000
Rep. Dickey thought this item
was excessive. During the last
peiiod tho whole amount of dog tax
collected was $1,200. Did it cost
almost the wholo amount received
from that source to get thoso little
Minister Gulick hoped he would
be excused for rising so often to ex
plain small items. The articles were
made under contract Dy two com
peting Unas. If the money was not
needed it would uot be spent.
Rep. Paehaole moved to amend to
The item passed tis in bill by the
chairman's casting vote.
Rep. Hayseldcn moved to increase
Rep. Thurston said tho Ministers
ought to know how much was ic
quired for their messengers. We do
uot wisli to spend moro than what is
Rep. Kalua said lie was in favor
of tliu amendment. Hecauso the
Ministers want ono thousand, give
tlicni moro than they want. That
was what the members wore there
for. If they cannot rake tho money
out fast enough with their hands,
givn tliein a shovel,
Passed as in bill,
Interest on Japanese Fund 811,000
Rep. Brown asked information on
tills point. Ho did not know that
tliey were boriowing money from the
Rep. Dickey asked, in case this !
was a special ' deposit, under what
authority was it done.
Minister Gulick said he would en
deavor to answer in nu indifferent
way the questions that had been ask
ed. At last session an act was passed
authorizing the establishment of a
postal savings bank. So much for
thu authority for any matter of tills
kind. For certain i easons unucccs
saiy to go into at this moment, the
bank has not been established up to
this hour. In thu meantime and sub
sequent to tho passage of this act
referred to an immigration conven
tion was entered into between this
Government and the Japanese Gov
ernment. The Japanese Govern
ment preferred to exercise over their
people n parental control, making
tho stipulation, one of the term of
their management, that 25 peiccit
should bu collected by this Govern
ment or, in other words, that the
immigration bureau was to be their
guardians, and deposit in thu sav
ings bank 25 pel cent of their earn
ings. Thu terms and conditions of
this whole business arc quite clear,
and, although it would take some
little time to explain in detail, yet
25 percent has been collected and
deposited in the savings bank, sul -ject
to thu orders of thu Japanese
Consul. I would say that this whole
subject, that is of the 25 percent of
Japanese fund, its management,
etc., will appear completely in the
report of the bureau of immigration,
which, as I remarked this moining,
with the repoit of the Interior De
partment, was delayed.
anv Uiiio- ot
xi In' Hie a-t u yeats, lor w Mill a
prli'i-will li" ulven M'P'y
CIXVIOK, Bulletin Olllee.
FUHX1-UK1) HOUSK in Numinu
Kvenne. AIo, H looms BiiliuMc
loi olllee nt 'vo 1') Kiiahuiiiiinii tiuet.
Apph Hi N'i. lO'l V. 'i tin Aetiue.
fiw'R Opra House.
1 ;iM3,'B X2SKT.S.
fHURSDAY, May 'Olli,
SATfUDAl', May Ji2nd,
TUESDAY, May J25ili,
THURSDAY, May STth,
First nppeainnrc of the YVoild.
rcnowtud and only
(nt'cat Wizard of tin Xortli,
Cosmopolitan Monnn-h of Jlayieums
Philosopher, Scientist & Traveller,
us pcrfoiino'l Ijcfmi tliu Queen nf Kng
limit nnd oilier mow mil licmls,
lu n belles of Four Prugiuiunics, com
priidtit; tho Nowisi und
Most Wonderful Mysteries !
Illustrated nyeolly and elaborate np-
p.iiiuus" giitheieil logi llicr iu the ex.
ticinu puis of liutli Ueuilyplicies.
Louise Hsnia Aiirsoii,
Tlio nrnrvcllotis C'lnli'vuynnt,
thennlv uni! now living, will ilbi'trnte
her lein.irkahlu gift nnd pi cir in the
far-fumed 'Wlziird'i I'mjliiouuiithuum
Ilix Plan open at Mr. Wiseman's- n
T iCMlay morning. Ut-crvtd t-o it, !jl,
15 ilct.in, 7fii-; O illcry, r.Ou 3iti
ex brig Cnnsuelo.
Black Walnut Uidroom Sets,
JIllllilo lop All h(s!illl,
C Piuno bnx Uu! jrics full Leather Tons
C " " fchiu imr, le.itlicr top, Quaker
2 Lciiihei'-top Buggies,
11 I'hnutoati, I.c.ithcr-tnp, Quaker City.
To bo sold immediately after arrival,
Au(!iii)iir(r nnd Com. Meielmnt.
MH. KOXti FL'I, ol Honolulu, hav
lug miide an assignment to me of
all bin pri'peily for llio benefit of his
cmllluri-, noiUuls hciuby ghen to all
prisons to piiK'ii' theii rliiim ngiilnst
tlm mid Kong Fill within ono month
from (Into to the uiitlrrMitncd, at the
olllee of II. Ilackfehl & Co., ami all
iierMuiH Indeliltd to said Kong Kill aio
liL'iuhy li qiicHied to nml;i Imiui'iHute
payment to me. .1. V IIAOKI'TJ.D,
Asimieo of IConc Fill.
Honolulu, May 111, lfcSO. !$ Ht
APAU,f Kolon, Kuiuil, !
inopcrty lo thu uinlciMi'iied for the
beiH'tlt ol bis ciediloro, noliio Is hereby
givm to all pur-inn to piesent their
claims ncalnst thu giiid Armu within one
iminlli from dale, to J. F. lliiel.tuld, nt
the ollicu of Menses. II. Unckfeld & (?n ,
Honolulu, and all peimns imleb'cd to
said Apati aro hereby requested to make
immediate payment to the said .1. F,
HauUfiild. J. F. IIAOICKKLI),
Ilouolulu, May 13, lbSO, 28 Ut
aawAHn(iwwrr.aiyjiWiiif .yi ( wwaaasw Hpwfg
IMPORTERS AND DKALl Kt, IN
lti Fancy B-rocsrlmi. Produce ami Provisions,
jN'o. .5Ji Fort Htreei, Honolulu, XI. I.
iiko io call Arrn.vnox to, and invite tiiii i.nsi'kction ov tiikik
Extensive &, Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
Tlie quality ami variety of our Ice IIouso Delicacies arc unMirpnsH'd
equnllid), by other (lc:ilrs.
'lulile Luxuries und Delicacies of every description.
Kvnpornted, Peeled and Pitted Fruit, Nuts and liaising.
"Woodlawn Dairy Butter in 1-lb. Bricks, 65 ccntB each; Fresh
Island Butter, at 50 cents per lb.
Solo Aiicnts for Anchor Flour, n llrst grade Flour for fiimlly use.
Oats, Barley, Bran, Wheat ni.d Corn, at lowe-t minKct niic
ui jsiiiiriiiiiwi goes with ewiy uiileiu sold, for Quality, Correct weight and
Measure. , , , ,
Tliu minutest euro c.crr.is( (I in iirourntely executing nil orders, bliould
any mistake occur in spite of tide,
Goods will ho Exchanged or Money Refunded.
Daily deliveries to nil parts of the City and Wnlklki; Island Orders solicited and
Z?T P. O. I'o -m. Hot It Telephones iro -fai
JUST OPENED Ui
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
nd a Fine Line of Trun
OH AS. J.
Or mill :i
Wc ute pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laigo Iuvoice of
Dry .Goflils, Fancy Ms, Laces, flion,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and uie now offcilng unpreecdentul nnd uniivnlled Bargains in all ourdcpnrtm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Jus-t received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a veiy
lnrgu iiK-o tmuiit of new r-piing Mjles in Lawns, !-! Batiste, Sntcrm, plain
llguied und brocaded, white Pique and n lull line ol Drens Go tub, the laUstout.
3jsi.cc -EJoxicle, X-sidLies-' Tricot; Clotli
in all the new shade; -10 doz Lndtes Lisle Thread IIoso nt 40 cents,
the beat value uvir offered.
Just lerelved, nil the latrt 8l)lesinBoy nnd Children's Suits; Grent Bargains,
Boys Blue Flnnel Sailor Huits at 2.00 n Suit. Just rcceled, direct from
which wc offer at
BARGAINS, BAKGAINS, IJAltGAINS !
Ladles are requeMcd to call and examine my
lVev Stocl-t of IWCilliiiery Goods,
Just received, ex Zctlnndiu, amongst which aro some of the
Newest nnd Latest Styles of Hats, Italian Dol Monto,
in fancy mixed Shell Hrald and Wbllo Cldp and Lace, fancy mixed Dixcy nnd
Greyslone, Leghorn Lain el and Arno, &u , &c.
Feathers, Plumes, Flow erf, Ornaments, Laces, Velvets and Plushes iu great
variety; also, Straw Trimmings.
All Work Guaranteed and nt tho Lowest Possiblo Prices.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Vuxeline Camphor Ice,
Vuscllno Cold Crcum,
ViiNcUno Hntr Oil,
ViiMullnn Hnwtuc Mnchlna Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
J. 3C. VXX-.lI31t
bed - rock prices.
& CO., Proprietors.
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