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A Few Moro
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
1'or 81.00. At
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
If yon want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
A Finn iino or
lioolc nt the Vine Lino or
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
SATURDAY, MAR. a, 1888.
StmrLlkellke from ICtdiultil
rUmr Mokolii from Moloknl
Stinr Jas Makec fiom Kauai
Sehr Knulllua fiotii Knual
Sehr Kaaloknl fi om Cuunl
Bktno W G Irwin for Sim Francisco
Bk Sawnac for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellko for Kaliultil ami way
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai nt 5 n in
Stinr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btmr Knala for Walnnao and Walalua
Ttjo steamer Mokolil w cut on the Ma
rino Hallway tills afternoon to bo
The bark Saranau cleared to-day
" for San Franclco with 31,48!) bgs sugar,
weighing 3,781,973 lbs, and valued at
The bgtnc V. G. liwln took for San
Francisco this noon, 7,779 bgs sugar
and 2,'.,20 bgs l lec Value, Q57,r72.
The bktno W II Dlmoud sailed fiom
Kalmlul last evening for ban Francisco
with 750 tons sugar.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mokolil IS hd of cattle", C calves, C4
sheep, 20 csks molasses, 70 bgs su
gar and 100 bgs taro.
Makec 2020 bgs sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Adams, Kcmpff
USS Vandalia. HearAdmir.il Klmbeily
Bk Lady Harewood, Williams
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk D 0 Bryant, Lec
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bgtnc W G Irwin, McCulloch
Bktue Mary Wiukclman, Dyicborg
Whaler Lagoda, Tucker
Bktno Fremont, Emerson
LOGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Heavy North-easterly swells are
reported in the channels.
Light rains with pleasant weather
is the leport from Hamakua.
Mil. F. L. Clark is getting up a
Hawaiian guide book in San Fran
cisco. . .
Rough weather and considerable
rain is the report by the Likclike
Du. Geo. L. Fitch has been lectui ing
in San Francisco, on "Hawaii, its
volcanoes, manners and customs."
To-MOiuiow, March 4tli, there will
bo an English Sermon, at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral, at the 7 a. m.
The BuLiiKTTiN is under obliga
tions to Mr. A. M. Hewett, stationer
and newsdealer, for files of San
, Francisco papers by the Belgic.
Geo. Patterson paid $3 for violat
ing an express rule and Ho Tin paid
$13 for malicious mischief, in tho
Polico Court this morning.
t 1 T
A 12-oAnnn bargo from tho U. S. S.
Marion, with a fino ciew, is frequent
ly scon of an evening, practising at
rowing about the bay.
The King's yacht Healani, which
arrived heio from Hawaii a fow
months ago, minus her sails, has now
a splendid new set mado by Mr. John
It is currently reported about town
and pretty generally belioved that
Mr. Cluis. llopk:
Cluis. Hopkins will be appointed
somo timo this
A DitAi-r drawn by John M. Hom
er on II. Hackfold-it Co., lias been
lost, and payment stopped. Tho
finder is requested to return tho
droit to as.woiiB ij jjujjb u. vu.,
No. 15 King street.
- r -
The next steamer to tho Coast will
take among her possongors Mr.
Harry Von Holt, who goes with tho
view ol remaining if ho fmdi things
agreeable to his tastes. There is no
young gentleman bettor or moro
favorably known in this community
than Mr. Von Holt. Always cheer
ful, affable, sociable, and liugo heart
ed, ho has many friends, who will bid
adieu with feelings of sadness.
The Board of Education has mado
a movo in tho right direction by
giving tho teachers in tho Govern
ment omploy an opportunity for in
struction. By extending tho Eatjter
holidays for one week and paying
expenses of tranbit tho Bonul shows
that it lias tho matter truly at heart.
Tho names of tho gentlemen ap
pointed as instructors cairy woight,
thoy aro all trained teachers and
men of oxperieneo. An advoitise
ment in our By Authoiity colum
will convey furthor infoimation on
nt modcrato liilcca.
JOUN. F, COLBURN'S,
Or ring Mutual Telephone No. 887) Boh
72 Telephone No, oj, ml
IF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
advertise in tho Daily Bulletin,
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this afternoon at Emiiui Square,
commencing at 1:00 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Miuch Militia, now Mlllockcr
Oveitmc Titus Mn?nit
Finale Stradelhi Flolow
Selection Dotothy, new ...Uelllci-
Walt. With tho bticniu, iiev..Miulal
Maieh Entiancc, new Strauss
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho usual Ulnc Ribbon cnteitnin
ment will bo given in tho Y. M. C.
II. hall this evening, nt 7:30
p. in. Everybody is cordially In
vited to conic and bring their
fi lends. Following is the pro
Piano Solo Miss Maggie Hopper
Reading MissNullio Lowrey
Song Miss Ilnttlc Xccdliam
Reading Mr. V. K. 1'ie.ir
Song Miss Oltvla McChcsney
Addicss Rev. E. G. Beokwith
argiii-it-a u imb
C. J. Fishel vs. Chas. K. Clark
and Castle & Cooke, garnishee. As
sumpsit for 29.75. Judgment for
plaintiff for 29.75 with interest,
attorney's commission and costs ;
total $12.22. Appeal noted.
W. S. Luce vs. Chas. K. Clark
anil Castle & Cooke, garnishee. As
sumpsit 10. Judgment for plaintiff
for amount sued for with interest,
attorney's commission and costs;
total $54.25. Appeal noted.
BY THE MOKOLII.
The following news was received
by the Mokolii which arrived this
morning from Molokai : "When the
steamer Mokolii left here last Mon
day afternoon the weather was very
threatening. Just beyond Diamond
Head the weather was beautiful. At
Molokai, notwithstanding the down
pour all over the Island of Oaliu,
there had been no rain, until the
steamer Mokolii brought a small
shower there. On "Wednosday even
ing Kalaupapa got a heavy wind that
would pick up huge waves and blow
them into spray. The water-works
party aro all in good health and
are getting along handsomely. They
expect to have fully ono mile of
pipe laid by to-night.
rou im: MOhTii or rumiuAiir.
Under 1 year..
From 1 to 5. . .
From 5 to 10..
Fiom 10 to 20.
From 20 to !J0.
From 20 to .10..
From 40 to CO. .
Fiom GO to CO..
From CO to 70..
Maks,31 Females, 17
Difr. of Ileal t.
Dls. of Spine.
Dls. of Kidney. .
Tumor. . .
. . .48
Feb., 18S1. ..
Feb., ISSJ. ..
Feb., 18S(f. ..
Animal death late per 1000 for inon
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
School. Schohus. Sick.
Foit Street School L'09 5
Royal School 312 r
l'ohukaiiia School 08 0
St. Louis' College 308 r,
Pieparatory School 100 0
J. II. Bhown,
Agent Board of Health.
A new peril is before tho Hawai
ian people, as if it wero not enough
that their churches have been de
moralized, their property wasted,
their bodies diseased, their politi
cal supremacy disappearing, now
tho cheap literature that has been
attempted for them is fraught with
the same downward and destructive
tendencies. Tho Lcgislatttie of
188G, in appropriating funds for the
publication of such books as "Napo
Icon's Drenm-book, or tho Oracle of
fate," adds another to tho melan
choly list of examples of the irony
of fato. The people that had lost
the golden opportunity they once
had before them, of becoming by
intelligence, morality and industry,
tho arbiters of their own destinies,
have recklessly thrown away their
chances for such honorable and
worthy success as they might have
achieved. Now, they consult a
"dream-book" in hopes of bottering
their foi tunes by some turn of the
wheel that crushes but does not lift
them. The latdst cheap publication
is in the style of the "Folicc Ga
zette," as if the chioniclo of all that
is bud and vilo in tho lifo of modern
civilization can do anything but con
taminate still moro tho hearts and
minds of tho Hnwalinns who read it.
And yet, if the Ilawaiians in gloat
ing over the story of the Bharp
tiicks, the cunning frauds, tho reck
less indulgence5 in vico and crime,
make the mistake of thinking, that
the evil deeds so common and so
blazoned in the newspapers of tho
duy, aro marks and proofs of great-
ncss nnd notoiiety, doslrablo to at
tain, thoy arc no worse than our
modern Christendom Hint honors po
litical shysters, and dotes upon such
brutal criminals. A host of people
rivalled each other in demonstra
tions over a brute of a man, con
demned to lip hung leceutly in New
York City. Priests and cinnks,
parsons and reformers, visited him
daily. He yielded llnally to the
blandishments of n deputation of
ladies from one of tho fashionable
churches, who promised him nil ele
gant collln, finest llowers, a broad
cloth suit, nnd a first-clas9 funeral
by the most expensive undertaker
in the city. If such follies are pcr
pcrtrated by such people in Ameri
can churches, what better can we
expect of Ilawaiians.
THE STORM AT MAKAHA.
The Storm King docs not Bcctn to
confine his operations to the North
west of America, but seems inclined
to give us a benefit in this direction.
It began raining and blowing last
Sunday night and is still at this
Thursday 12 m. Mr. Owen Holt
roports severe hail storm at his place
in the valley. My high Hume was
struck by lightning and completely
demolished for a considerable length.
It was a vicious stroke, as I found
some of the pieces of the flume which
had been thrown more than one
hundred feet away. Boston matches
looked like sawn logs compared to
the splinters loft by the lightning.
I truly hope the clerk of the weather
will kindly spare us from more such
visitations. Our roads arc in pretty
fair order, in spite of the Hoods of
rain. Jones told Brown the Reform
Party did it, but Robinson says the
reason we have such good roads is
because we have no road supervisors.
AVe Waianaeites and Makahaitcs are
in full sympathy with j'ou Ilono
luluites, for we know just how your
streets are in such weather. How
ever, we hear good reports from
Major Ilcbbard, once a week. In
time you will have a clean city.
Waianno plantation has suffered
from washouts, etc., but Mr. Ahrcns,
the genial and competent manager,
will easily surmount theso difllcul
lies as he docs all others. Hoping
you will pray for good weather and
your prayer be granted.
Makaha, Maieh 1.
The news from Europe is very
perplexing. Only the other daj-,
when Bismarck laid his new loan
bill before the Reichstag, he stated
that Germany would not oppose the
policy of Russia with regard to Bul
garia. But now the telegraph an
nounces that he has notiGcd Count
Schouvalovy that German' and Aus
tria will not suffer tho execution of
the Czar's purposes with regard to
that State. It is true those pur
poses are as startling as they were
unexpected. If the dispatches are
to be trusted, Russia proposes to
wipe out the autonomy of Bulgaiia,
and to organize the State as a Rus
sian province. San Francisco Call,
,THE FISHERY TREATY.
New York, Feb. 1C Tho Post's
Washington special says : Tho report
that the Fishery Treaty requires
ratification by Canada and ' New
foundland, as well as by the United
States and Great Britain, is inaccu
rate. Tho treaty will be laid before
the Dominion Parliament, but as a
matter of courtesy only, the sugges
tions which the Dominion or New
foundland may have to make will be
referred to the Colonial Secretary,
and would undoubtedly be consid
ered by her Majesty's Government.
Groat. Britain is the &0I0 treaty
making Power on its side and could
ratify tho treaty if it chose, against
the determined opposition of the
Conadian Parliament. fS. F. Bul
letin. Ml .1.11 .. JKXIW.LMB
THE WOOL TRADE.
New York, Feb. 20. Interviews
In tliis morning's Tribune indicate
another interest is striving for the
introduction of free wool. Four
companies here are interested in tiic
carrying trado between this port
and Australian poits. A member
of one of these firms Jlells the Tri
bune: "The most discouraging
feature of the trade is that there is
no homo trado for returning vessels
beyond three or four cargoes of
wool a year. If we could Import
Australian wool and could have a
home trado equal to tho outgoing
one, wo could make our round char
ters much cheaper, and out-bound
lates of freight lowor, and could
soon take a fair share of trado.",
The Commercial Bulletin, review
ing the exports nnd imports in 1887,
sums up the wool statistics as fol
lows: There was a large decrease in
tho imports of wool, of which only
105,000,000 pounds came in against
1111,000,000 pounds in the proviotis
year, but considerably less of tho
wool imported was afterward sent
abroad to llud a market. In 188G
over ten million pounds of wool was
thus exported, nnd in 1887 less
than five million pounds, The im
ports of woolen goods amounted to
815,005,980, against $13,095,011 in
tho previous year, tho Jargo increase
appearing in dress goods, woolen
cloths and lags, shoddy and waste,
wliilo tho iinpoits of tho year da-
clined more than two million
pounds, and imports of carpets
about ono hundred and forty thou
sand squaro yards.
A SGUUMi: TO UOIi.t) A UAILltOAU KUOM
ST, l'AUL TO CHINA.
St. Paul, Feb. 18. A stupendous
railroad scheme is being hatched by
the Chicago, Minneapolis and St.
Paul men, nnd though tho utmost
scciccy has been maintained by
those interested, enough has been
learned of the project to give a fair
idea of what is proposed. A gen
tleman, believed to bo interested,
said to-day: Tho idea is to con
struct a i oad from the twin cities of
St. Paul and Minneapolis, via Bis
marck, British Columbia and Alaska
to Peking, China, and eventually to
Iikutsk, in Russian Siberia. Rail
roads arc already built to Victoria.
Thence a line will bo constructed to
Cape Princo of Wales, on the
Bchring Strait, a distance of 1100
miles. The strait is thirty-five miles
wide nnd is dotted with Islands.
Temporarily a crossing will bo made
by boats, but as the water is not
uninformly deep it is expected that
ultiinntcly a bridge can bo erected
acioss the entire distance, with
dtaws of sutllcicut width to permit
tho passage of vessels with perfect
safety. On the opposite shore, at
East Cape, a line will bo continued
to interior points. Russia is already
building a road to Iikutsk and this
line will be extended to meet the
The gentleman added that the
projectors had given the scheme a
long and careful consideration, and
that while it might look visionary,
he had no doubt in the world it was
founded on solid business principles.
Trains, ho said, could make the dis
tance from St. Paul to Irkutsk in
ten days. S. F. Call.
Y. JL C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at G :30 i. sr. Come and bring a friend.
Special service for chlldien, conducted
by Mr. T. II. Davies, at 3 p. m.
Kawaiahao Chuuoii. Rev. II. II.
1'aikcr, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Pleaching at 11 A, u.
KAUXfAKAl'ILI Ciiuuoii. Rev. J.
Waiamau, pastor. Sunday school at
0 A. Jt. Preaching at 10 -U0 A. M. and
7 :!!0 p. Jt.
Queen Emma Hall. Gospel and
song service for Ilawaiians who speak
English at nt3 i m. Good singiug.
Slioi t talks. Everybody welcome.
Jaiani:sr Sr.nvicE : Gospel nnd
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7:30 r. si., in tiie Japanese Y. 31. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Reietania and Nuuauii streets.
Clnthal Union Onuucii. Itcv. E.
G.lleckwith, I). I)., pastor. Sunday
school and Uible class at 0 :!." a. m.
Sol vices at 11 A. M. and 7:30 r. M.
Ohinksi: Ciiuucii. Fort street, near
corner Ueictanla. 3Ir. Kong Shul Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sundav school,
9:30 a.m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 v. m. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 1'. m. Uible class in
Chinese Y. 31. O. A. Hall, 0:30 1 m.
Roman Catholic Cathi:i)iial.
0 and 7 a. m., low mass; 10 A. m., high
mass, with beiinon either in Hawaiian,
Poituguese or English, alternating ac
cording to tho three pi Incipal different
nationalities of the chinch; a v. M., 10
saiy and catechism; 4 v. m., instruc
tion and benediction of the Blessed
St. Andukw's OATimpiiAL. The'
scivicesntSt. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will lm: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. m, 3iorning prayer with ser
mon at t):W0. Hawaiian evensong at
3:30 1. m. Evensong with seuuoii at 0
r. m. Seats aie unappropriated.
Second Congiogation. Rev. Geo.
AVallacc, pastor. Morning prayer,
with sermon at 11:10 a. m. evening
prayer with setmon at 7:30 v. si:
Sunday school meets a 10 a. si. Seats
ficu at all services.
Pur bark "Cejloa"
ANOTHER LOT OF
Hay & Grain,
Coiinhtlng of 3,003 I'oukngur.
FOR SALE at LOWEST PRICES,
JOHN F. COLBURN.
1 Perfectly Gentle (Oairlujje and fiad.
die) Horn?, 1 Very Comfortable
l'lmcton and 1 Single bel II iriies.
Apply to LKW1S J: CO.
TOB PRINTING ol all kind eic.
' cut d uf iliu Daily Uui.lk.tin Otllre
Importer and Dealer in,
UontH', I,mllen', & Uhlltlrcn'M
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
The Choicest liraudd of
Cigars & Tobacco
AIavhjh on Hand,
tSrOrderj from tho otl er Islands
solicited. 70 tf
I7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
. nut (.ream l educed to 80 cents
per whole pound, at the I'ionccr Steam
Candy Factory and Ualccry, Hotel, be
tween Nuuaiiu and Fort stieets. 71
I7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
. folate ami Coco unit Caiamels ie
duced to UO cents per whole pound, nt
the Pioneer Steam Candy l'actoiy and
HaKciy, Hotel, between Xunauii and
Tort streets. 7t
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in tho Daily Hult.ktin
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Chocolate Crcams(de
llclous) l educed to ao cents per whole
pound, at the I'ionkcu Steam Canov
Factoiiy And Hakkuv, Hotel, be
tween Nijuanu and Foiit tih:kt8.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
Jl ndvirtlfi! in tlip IIaii.y HuLLLilN.
l?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forma Port, JIadolia and Malaga,
for sale in kegs nnd cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BTJILDINa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Hill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN Tho
I tnrmt popular pnprr published.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i rooms, No. 4 Gaulcn Lune, tlio
second door from Union sticct. Apply
on the premises. 1 if
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U columns, ffl per innutn.
CLEAN RAGS nnd second baud
clothing will be gratefully lecelv
cd for the use of the inmates of tho
Branch llospltnl for Lipcr at Kakialco,
or at the Leper Sittlmeut on Molokai,
if left witb J. T. Wnterhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Sloru. t&f tf
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Berctania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McQuirc's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French nnd German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
72 JImuul Telephone No. 504. 3m
M. K. COIBUKN,
ALL kinds of diaagc attended to
with promptness. "White and
Black tfaud duliveied In qunntiticd to
suit. Also, Hlack Hock and Coral Rock.
Office: With J. F. Colburn, King
street, near Haunakca. 72 !lm
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Made in America.
Meals Superior to all Others.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Hole Accut of tho Hawaiian
Tahiti Lemonade Steam Works,
Honolulu Depot, - - - 28 Merchant St.
Manufacturers of High Class Aerntcd
Waters, put up in Patent Crystal
HT ABSOLUTELY PURE. -t
Plain Moil a,
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
08 ProprlelorH. tf
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
C"US TOMERS who have on hand any
J of our Mottle or Cuioi, 'would
greatly oblige by sending word to the
Depot, 28 Merchant street, and they will
at once ho called for.
Our Bottles aro all crystal valve, nnd
the words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WORKS" blown (Ik icon.
Hell Telephone 17J.
Mutual Telephone 300.
45 tf .1. E. BHOWN is CO.
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ALL piilliM having claims ngntnsl
ills Majciiy'b Fointe arc requested
to have their iiicouiiU made out in do
tall, swoin to us to correctness, nnd pre.
hunt them to Col. ('. 1' Iauken, nt the
otllre of II. M'sChiimlerlalu, Ilcnolulu,
within tlnue mouths from date of this
8. M. DAMON,
J. O OAUTRH,
O. 1'. 1AUICEA.
Trnettcs of His Maju.ty's Estuto.
Jlonolulu, Nov. 81, 1887. 03 8m
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GMT BARGAIN ffl LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember tbe above mentioned articles will be sold
at Buch prices
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 F0ET STREET. HONOLULU.
Experi Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire &. Lifo Insurance
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exohange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collotions will receive special attention and returns promptly made.
Convoyancing a Specialty. Kccords searched and correct Abstract! of Titlo
Leal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drnwn and hand.
Copying- and Translating- in all languages in general ute i this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and bold. Tuxes paid and Pioperty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leiscd ami rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurance effet ted in flrhtclass Insurance Companies.
Custom-House BusinoES transacted with aceuiacy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Intor-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
EST All Business entrusted to our oaro will reccivo prompt and faithful altentionat
Having bad nn extensive businist experience for oer twcnty.flro years iu
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all businesi of an
intricato and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, nud nupeetfullv
solicit a tiiil. '
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Telephone llolh Companies 240. P q qox 297
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IMPORTERS, YHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FKESH GOODS from California on WX, by each steamer of the O. S. 8. Co.5
'-' A COMI'I.KTK USE QK -
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUhT lir.CKIVKD EX "7.KAI.&NDIA"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "K'DNEY" AND "BLUE DEBWENT" POTATOES
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter."
(IN KEGS.) '
All of which wo ofTcr to the Public nt ItEASONADLE PRICES
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats !
My each arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
HAVE JUST EECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN 1IONOLUL.U.
17.U ly --'.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. Inrge assortment of
Comprising tho well-known' brands of -COLGATE
& CO., LUNDBOKCJS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S. COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
for SsjIo at X&ensona,lle irioe?.
1502 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
XXuwuiiuu XSuaincHM Atrencr.
fan. 7-68 ly i.-j.
If Mm Pti
ltd m Uo.