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Ninth Groat Inventory Salo at tho Lcarting Millinery
House of Ohiis. J. Fisliul.
itoina of spcclul inieret to Buyers of acisouablo
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
BootN mill SIiouh, IlalH jvml Cups, ce.
Wo have Just received CO days Inter tlinn
contract call for, a largo Invoice of
tho very best irmko of Ladles' Fionoli
Kid Shoes. 11 reason of tliclr late
arrival wc have notified tho manufne
turcr that wo shnll Bell them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the In
This Sale will continue until tho entire
Slock hns been disposed of.
Our 87 Shoes will bu sold for only
During tho next 30 days we will sell our
$7 60 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entile line ol all wool Dress Goods
In plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will be sold at 50c on the 1.
A special feature in our Dn.SJ Goods
Department this week will bo the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
Thi is tile gientest bat gain picsenled
by lis tills season in roloted Dro-
50o on the 1.
EmbroidericH sturt JCncjes,
Over 200 new panel ns have beenndd
ed tti our all-ready Immense block.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A KULIi LINK OK
t x TllIMMED AND UNT11I.MMED
Our $8 Parasols for $4 10.
Our ijG Parasols, for s? ! 35.
Our $15 Parasols for 2 85.
Our 3 Parasols tor ?2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
which we will oiler for 50 cento each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL, .
894 iml The Leading Millinery House, corner Fort and Hotel sticecs.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER POBT AND KING STREETS.
fimwU.rrpnivpil bvfeverv Packet from the Fcfatcrn Stales and
Fresh California Produce by
nnd Goods delivered to any part ol the cily frio of chaice. Island oiders soli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. IK. 10S ly
I HEREBY give notice tliat from
and after this date, I will not
lie responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1886. 28 Sin
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcnlumlln,
70J Queen it Fmt Street Bum. tf
Crystal Soda Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Barmpnrlllu,
SJjjat Fruit Syrups and J',sseni'CH anil
made from the puio Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to bo tho best.
IffiTWealso invito parties intending
starting stores for tho Mile of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on ub before going elsewhere.
The Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. I50JJ397, Honolulu.
M. it.iol l
ij ...iLirft;. . . - .ii. i ........ ..
o ixa.ys !
CAKTWK1GI1T & W A HEN'S
for Ladle, Gents and Children at
50(3 on the $1.
Our (!5c Halbilgan Vett is extra good
No such oppot tunlty to purchase thee
woihi.i unowned goods nl half price
can pos-dbly oecur again this season.
168 Gaits' $12 Slits.
Coat, Vest imtl Pants for only $6 90.
The Greatest Bargain over offered In
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FOKMEK PKIUE, $7 60.
These arc all tilninud nicely and well
1(1 yards of Choice Prints for $1.
10 yauls of U wide Cotton for $1,
14 jaids of Unbleached Cotton for 1,
412 duz of Gents' line Nick wear, at JiOo
on tho $1,
118 do, of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at iifie each, woith COe.
Wo claim to h.ivo the laieest and
most rompleto Stock in this city, the
veiy9best make and the very lowest
Evuiy 'shiit wiiiranteil LINE.N
BOSOM, LINUN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 CO ehiit we will sell for HO
dnjs only at lj-1 -55 cich, wlienevei
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
300 do of Mackinaw Hats at 00c each,
Our fja 50 Hats we will sell at $1 05,
E2y- Come and look at these Hats and
you cannot lesist fiom buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery w ill bo sold
at 50c on the ij.1.
Infant:.' Shoit Dresses, C.imbric-Nan-
sook stylishly made and tiininicd
from 50c up.
The ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arascnc, at 25c a do, former pi ice, 50c.
ChiniHe, ul'-'Oe u doz, former price, 50c.
Our Sr. SI and S3 Pompoms will be
sold dining the next i.0 days for $1
All oiders faithfully
WENNER & CO.
NO. OSS JtfOlVX' TUEET.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
. . -.. -" in i
n gnUjj g.UI:Hn.
TUESDAY, OCT. fi. 1880.
ALEXANDER OF BATTENBERC.
Alexander of Itnllcnbcrg is one of
the handsomest men of his lime, and
if physical perfections were still
auQlcient to make n ruler, he would
bu emphatically every inch u King.
Nearly six feet in height, lie curries
himself not only with majesty, but
with elegance and even grace, mid
is as far removed from ungainly
awkwardness as from effeminacy
and affectation. Although he bo
longed to the Prussian service and
is of Oerninn origin, he has none of
the stiffness supposed to bo the in
variable attribute of the soldiers of
Empuior William, lie closely rc
bembles his mother, the Princess of
Battcnberg. born Countess of 13os-sak-llaueke.
whoso lather was Min
ister of AVar and Volvode in Poland,
and who was justly famed as the
loveliest and most fueinating of wo
men. His face is oval and strong.
His mouth parts with a ready smile
in slightly ironical curves. His
deal) blue,' well-opened eyes have a
gentle, caressing softness, but when
he commands, discusses or rebels, a
light passes in them like the Hash of
steel, and the indomitable will of the
man stands revealed.
The young llospodar's work at
Sofia was purely military. The
absence of a presiding woman was
visibly felt. The Bulgarians ardent
ly regretted that he had no consort,
and he himself would glndty have
wedded had he been able to follow
the inclination of his heart. A ro
mance of love had bad its opening
chapters at Beilin, but the Princess
who had enslaved his affections was
too closely allied to the Imperial
Court, too near the Throne, to be
readily civen to one who could at
best offer himself only as a morgan
atic suitor. Prince Bismarck evoked
the bugbear of etiquette and policy,
and the tender affair was allowed to
proceed no further.
From his cradle the j'oung Prince
had an overweening ambition, and
as a child dreamed of accomplish
ing great things, of making his
mark in Europe and history, and of
laising himself above his compeers.
A mute, inglorious life was odious
to him, and he preferred the uncer
tainty and perils of adventure to the
princely case in which he was
lapped. He never was narrow
minded or exclusive. Liberal and
well read, he has traveled enough to
be free from national prejudices.
"Paris," he once said, "has strange
and unrivaled fascinations which the
stranger who has once breathed its
intoxicating atmosphere can never
forget. 1 was there twice, and
each timp only for a short time, but
1 can thoroughly indorse the trtitli
of tho words. 'Each man in this
world has two fatherlands, his own
and Paris.' "
The antagonism between the
Prince and the Czar is not of modern
birth or latter growth. It dates far
back, from the time when they were
both children. They used to meet
every year at Damatardt. The Em
press Marie ot Kussia was in the
habit of annually revisiting the city
of her birth, to spend a few weeks
with her brothers, Alexander of
Hcbsc and the former Grand Duke
Louis III. They were so mtieh liked
)y the Czar, Alexander II, that, in
order to be near tliciu, lie had fixed
his summer residence at the castlo
of Jugcnheini, and never failed to
summon near him the two little Bat
tcnberg boys, his nephews.
Prince Alexander was so particu
larly a favorite of the Emperor that
the jealous rivalry of his own sons
was thereby exoited. Thus werp
laid the Beed of enmity which has
attracted so much attention. One
day at Jugcnheini the little Batten
berg boy, seated on the Czar's knee
and toying with his orders,' asked
the name of one particular star. "It
is the cross of St. George," answer
ed his uncle, "a cross you will wear
on your breast when you are a Kus
sian General and have won your
At these words of his father's the
Czarowitz turned away, impatiently
inuttcring so as to be heard, "Of
course all the good things must be
for Germans now,"
'Are you not German yourself?"
asked the dauntless little boy.
"German blood Hows in your veins,
The Czarowitz never quite forgave
or wholly forgot tho retort of the
immpcrcd child, whom in his heart
lie considered as nil objectionable
poor relative; and there never was
then or thereafter much love lost
between tho cousins.
Alexander belongs to a family who,
if prone to misally, are always fore
most in war and adventurous under
taking. A brother of his mother
distinguished himself in 1870 under
the ordgr of Garibaldi, apd Ijiler op
for a lirief period commanded a UrU
gadc at Dijon. The young Princu
served in the Prussian Guard, and
was equally remarkable for his.
nplendid physique and daring cour
age among men who are all preemi
nently distinguished in both respects.
But it was not as n Gardo du Corps
that ho Iparjied tie science of war
faro or the arts of diplomacy, lip
mado his first campaign when ho
was only twenty, in 1877, during
the Turco-Kiissian War, and Inured
himself to tho strategy of 'diplomacy
in Bulgaria from tho hour of his ar
rival at Sofia, in his incessant
struggle with tho advisers placed at
his eido by t)io Czar, Ho resisted
nil endeavors, open or insidious, to
enforce Kussiflcatlon, to become a
vassal, a dependent or a tool of his
powerful neighbor. Ho stoutly op
posed tho attacks and intrigues,
of hiscounselors,atid brouphtto bear
against them tho stubborn inertia of
His subjects were not even at tho
onset easily placated or unresisting
ly led. They greeted his sovereign
ty with jealous distrust. They
barely tolerated and never quite
condoned the cxpcndituie of thrcu
millions lavished on the construction
of the Palace of Sofia. The Bulga
rians arc peasants at hcait, with all
the land-tillers' practically thrift and
w ary prudence. The uniformity of
type so noticeable among them indi
cates a great purity of race, with its
concomitant characteristic of exclu
siveticss and conservatism. They
'do not wear tho Turkish fez, but the
national cubara or round sheepskin
cap. Their custom is a shirt with
long, looso sleeves, richly and
gaudily embroidered, and loose
Mussulman tiouscrs confined around
the waist and below the knee. Their
land is rich and fertile, and nowhere
is there a greater wealth of llowers.
Vines, roses and pomegranates in
torwine their bloom. Like a large
garden the country spread afar, the
delight of the botanist and the poet.
Should a lasting peace ever bo
granted to those Danubian Provinces
a future of inexhaustible plenty is
assured them. London Corr. N. Y.
Sun Aug. 1G.
The cyclists, who arc over 20,000
strong in England, arc steadity in
creasing their privileges. One
famous public resort, Uichmond
Park, which has been barred against
them until now, has just surrendered,
with a stipulation that the speed of
the machines shall bo restricted to
eight miles an hour.
Cloth for sailors' trousers is sup
plied to the British Admiralty at !s
Cd per yard, and retailed to the
sailors at the dockyards for 10s fid,
the editor of London Truth is in
formed, and he wants to know what
becomes of the Is 3d a yard profit.
The census returns for Paris have
just been issued. The population
numbers $2,25-l;30G souls, showing
the small increase of 14,378 since
the last census taken five years ago,
in 1881. In ten out of the twenty
arrondissenicnts the population has
Ilobart Pasha's death leaves a
young lady of English nationality a
widow at the age of twenty-seven.
One of his latest expressed wishes,
it is stated, was "Let me be buried
in Turkey." lie has been buiied in
On the page which narrates Patti's
wedding in Ystradgvnltis Church,
South Wales, the following entry
appears: "Adelina Jeanne Marie
Patti, spinster, of full age, lyric
artist; Ernest Nicolini, bachelor, of
full age, lyric artist."
Jean Mistral died in Paris a week
or two ago. He has been forty-five
years in a lunatic asylum, in which
his father placed him for marrying
without the paternal consent. His
sister, a widow, inherets his. SG0,
000,000 of francs.
Thp Iron reservoir, contracted for
by Fall River, Mass. , lor its high
water service, will be seventy-three
feet in diameter, thirty-seven feet
high, with capacity of over 1,000,
000 gallons, and it is thought the
largest ever built.
Mile. Bravay, who is presently to
wed a Government clerk at Paris, is
a daughter of that notorious Francois
Bravay, who died in penury after
squandering in live years a fortune
pf mora tjian 18,000,000,
We should Blot Out DiBease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement Of the stomach, but, if
neglected, it in time involves the whole
frame, cmurauing tho kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the enure gland
ular syBlcm; and the uillicled drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from suffering. Tho disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
hut If the reader will ask himself the
following questions he will he able to
determine whether he himself is one ot
the afflicted: Have I distress, pain, or
dilllciilty in Incatlilng after eatine;? Is
there a dull, heavy fpeljng, attended by
drowsinetsr Have the eyes a yellow
lingo? Hoes a thick, siicky niucoiu
gather about the gums and teeth in the
inbiningb, uccompaiiicd by a disagree,
able taste? In the tongue coated? Is
there palu In the sides and hack? la
there a fullness about tho right bide as
if tho liver weie enhuglug? Is there
verilgo or dizziness when lising bud.
dtllly from an liprijcontnl position? Arc
the secretions fropi tho kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after stand ing?
Does food ferment soon alter eating,
accompanied by llaluleuco or belching
of gas from tho blonmeh? Is there fro
quenl palpitation of the heart? These
various bymptoius may not be present at
one time, but they torment the btilleicr
in tuiii as the dieadful dUuabu pro.
glosses. It lo case bu opo of long
btaiiding, ihuru wll boil dry, hacking
cough, atU'iided alter u lnc by cipic
loratipn. fn ery advanced siagos tho
Bkiu assumes a dirty brownish appeal,
auce, and the hands mid fectaiccuveml
by a cold btloliy perspliation. As tho
liver and kidneys become mote and
more diseased, iheuniatic pains appear,
and tho usual tmilincul pioes entiiely
unavailing against the Litter agonlsinj
disoidcr, The origin of this mitlndy is
lndgestlPii or dyspepsia, and a mmh
quantity of tho proper medicine will
iumoo the dlscabe if taken in its incip
Itncy, It is most impoitant that th-i
dlsoaso should he promptly and pioperly
treated iu its first btages, when a littHi
medicine will elluct a cine, and even
when it has obtained a btiong hold tho
correct remedy bhould ho persevered In
until every estigo of tho disease id
eradicated, until tho appetite has return-
ed, nnd thu digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. Tho surest nnd
most cllcc'tnnl icinedy for this distress
ing complaint Is "Solgel's Cumtlvo
Syiup," a vegetable preparation fold by
nil rlicmlM'4 and millcino vendors
thcoughout the world, and by tho pro
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, Loudon,
13 C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
louudalion of the disease, and drives it,
loot and biaueli, out of thosystciu. Ask
your chemist for SclgcPa Curative
"Kast-street Mills, Cunhrtdge-hentli,
"London, 10. C, July 2J.th. 1882
"sir, It gives me grciit pleasure to ba
able to udtl my testimony in favour of
jour valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had buffered for some length of time
from n Kivcrc form of Indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following thai disease. I had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
tho best medical advice. I had swallow,
ed siitllclent of their stull'to float a man.
of-wnr, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A filend of mine, coining on the scene
in the midst of my sullciings, biought
with him a bottle of j our Sclgel Syiups
he advised me to try it, slating he felt
confident it would benefit mo. Being
weary of trying to many drugs, 1 con
demned It before tilal, thinking it could
not nosMlblv lo mo any uood, but ulti
mately determined to take tho Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed such a cfiango in niotliatl continued
taking It for neaily two months, nnd I
then felt thoroughly cured, lor I have
discontinued Its usu lor live weel.s, and
feel In the bet of health, and can pnr.
take any kind of food with eo nnd
com fort." I am thereloro thankful to
you that, through llic instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, lam rcstoiedto
the slate of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. FoitsTun,
"To Jtr. A. .1. White "
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should loo no time m obtain,
lug relief by the use of "The Hosing,
weed Tar MlMiuc," but do not uso the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
dhectlons "In the letter."
Poor Abihma suflercr, who nie
stiangers to "tiud Nature's sweet
lealoier, unlmv sleep," should mike uc
Ol "The lituiu'weed Tar.Mi.Muie." Quiet
icfrc-dinig sleep will tollow IN use
"Waterloo IIou'u, London Stile, Chi"
wick, "Februniy 17th. 1882.
"IMes-rs. Wnlto and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with ui eat pleas
are that 1 add my testimony to the
woiuleiful effects of Selgol'.s f-j,rup. For
years I nad been Miffeihur fiom bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then si ml-t would come before my eyes,
so that 1 should nol be able to lecognlse
any one or anj Ihing at the distance of a
yaul or two fiom my face. This would
be followed by cxccsic tienibllngof
my knce, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or tin ce dags. I have tried various
remedies for these distiesshie; symptoms,
but until 1 tried bcigelS uyiup I had no
lellef. binee then 1 have had excellent
health In every respect, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on I take one
doe of the Syrup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial maybe the
nieuns of inducing olheis (who suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benellt and
ultimately be cuicd, 1 beg to lemalu,
"A. II. Hoiiton."
Seigel's Operating Fills prevent 111
effects fiom exeoss hi eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person lit for biisludss In the morning.
If you have Asthma use" 'The Boslnwced
The White House,
Non118 'uuanu Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Family Hotel ; Terms Reason
able; First-class Accommodations.
W. SANDEHS, Proprietor.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures nil kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work llnlsli. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attanded to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
PLANING MILL. P
Alukou, iieni' luccii St. 1
Telephone Hit, H
Contractor nnd Iluiltlcr.
S'ores nnd olllces lllled up, Estimates
given on all kinds of Inick and wooden
buildings, Plans and Splenica! Ions fur.
nibbed J3T Office, 111) Heietanla St.;
Mutual Telephone, !W2; Postoflleo Box,
11)0. 822 ly
Rhoads & Greene,
HouseBuilders and Architects.
Plans, Specifications and detailed Draw,
ingi, furnished for all kinds ol wood or
hiiek buildings, and Estimates given
for the same. All jobbing promptly at
tended to ipid rhitigos modoratu. Any
of tho above work entrusted to our cnie,
will receive our purtonnl attention.
Ordcis fiom thu other islands solicited.
Office ana Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, Mny 7, 1880. Wi
Olllce, corner Alakeii and ljucen stteet3,
MUTUaIj TISLEI'IIOMU, U8G.
Jl IJ P.O. 1wn117. Am
N, IP. BURGESS,
81 King slrcet, : ; Honolulu.
Carpenter unit Ilullder. ItnBifuge and
Diaylng and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by u first-class
workman at 78 Klnc street.
Jobbing in ubovo lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
the amount and quality of work.
Olllce Telephone, 202. Kosldence, 163.
WiWgfWjBWW? F'W"lWftME?gHiM? '
Blacksmith Work :
79 & 81 King Street
JSutrtuiccM li'oin Kiiijjf
Every descilpllonof work in the above lines pcifoimcd In n flrst.cluss manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Bell Teli phone, 107. Twa (327
XnCKIS-JLrROOIT sxiing i-is
etc , etc.
J usi received, ex Lapwing,
Genuine German 0
Prepared by JohannMarln Farina,
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Estate Agent,
Wlldci'a Steamship Agent,
Great liuilinglou liailioad Agent
JO! ITT, 1. 8 KaaMuM Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
Will ho open every afternoon and even.
ing ns follows:
Monday, Tucttdny, Wednesday and
To the public In general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday nnd Bat u relay Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Forelgu Papers always on
baud at tho Gazette JJlock, Merchant
laTTho English Admiralty Charts
always on hand. 1 by
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Pluinbois, Qas Fitters
and Oopper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. 3T Houbo and STiip Job
Weik promptly executed. 103
and Qas Fitter.
All orders for House
or Ship work
EST Shop noxt to Post Olllce, Bethel
Street. P. O. Box 100. Bell Tele.
phouo 424, 154 Jy
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
EST All work Promptly ad neatly Per.
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0111 Rose Premises.
imil Dlorolmut fiir.
ly) eg Hell Telephone, 107. tBa
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
nVo'velliies in Xjaixrp roods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene OH of ihe very
Best Quality, Bluves, Ilnnges and Tinwaie.
by Fno Underwriters of San Francisco,
An actual Protection against Fire.
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Haidwnrc, Agrieulluial lmpleinciit, etc.
GoocIh 1- Every Stoumev. 07
a large consignment of
109 Fort Street.
Honolulu, IX. I.
Custom House Bioker,
Manager IlawailanJOpcia House,
Firo and Lfe Insurance Agent,
TIH, GOPPEE, AUD
No. 03 ' Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks, .
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c
mado ol thu latest designs.
Jfcff HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
JA-ARtniini engines, sugar mills, boil
era, coolers j iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
mado to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work oxe.
cuted at ahurt notice. I
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AlnLea tftrcettt.
Open every Buy and Evening.
Tho Library consists at the present
time of over Fivu Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Boom Is supplied with
about llfty of Iho leading newspapers
A Parlor Is piovlded for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty eouts a
month, payable ijimrtcily In advance.
No formality reuuired In joining except
signing; tho i oil.
.Straiifjers fiom foreign countries ami
visitors fiom the other islands juo wel
come to the looniR tit nil times as guests.
This Association having no lcgular
means of support except the dues of
members, It is expected that res dents
of Honolulu who deslie to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
mi Interest in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become leguiar contributors.
S. 11. POLK. President,
V. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAHMKLEK, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH. Treasiuer,
O. T. HODGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hull ami Libraiy Committee,
'ifai- -( . .,.-6jH6& .
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