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For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tlio Arcade EG AN & CO.
'jc ix is
MONDAY, MAY 28, 1888.
May 27 -Stmr
Klniiu lioin Haul and Hawaii
Strar Mlkahaln Irotn Kauai
Bchr Canute f i oni Ktiau
Stmr Jus Mnkco from Knpait
Ship Ales McNeil from Snu 1 r.inctsco
Sclir Kc Au Hon from Koti.i
Scltr Wnloll from Kunu
Stmr Mokulll for Moloknl
Btmr .1 A Cummins for IConlau
SchrMunuokawal for Koohiu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ltkcllku for Kahnhti and Mnul
fctinr Klnau for Ullo uud way potts, ut 4
Stmr illkahalu for Kauiil at 5 p in
Stmr (J It BMiop lor l.ahalna at 0 p in
Stmr Walalcalo lor Kauai at 5 p m
Sclir Canute for Mian
liktno Amelia for .-an FiancUeo
From San Frnnelaeo, per sh'p .Alec
McNeil, May 28-Mlsa ossle, 11 oiloy,
Mrs A l Bou.y, Miss l'annle i ouz.ey.
From Hawaii anil Maul, per steamer,
Ki an, May 27 s intone, MUs Grace
Hose, Mls E i: UUaifee, U N -UnolU
and so , G X Mouwar, r CroUhtou, V
V Ashford, l linns: K in, Hon II STown
'send, lion D II llitehcm.1;, Hon 1) Ka
ma!, Hon 11 Deacon, Tit Kfyworth, V
11 Shipman, J S Canaiio, N'otley. lfn
auU 4 ehihlioii. Hon Notley and wife,
A Hroiuo. J V i illpo, wife mid ilaugli
ter, .1 M Dmviutt and wile, lion G I
Kuniuuoliii, MrsE Dcu.unc, Hcv A D
liissell, ASolioltz, Nils-. Mary Ulti, Hon
11 1 Baldwin, lion E llailey, lion V II
D.uiiels. lion .1 It chuidsnti, S i i-ylvsi,
Geo E huiitbic, Mrs A Fernandez, Miss
lLDavis, lion 11 Kuilielaui. on C F
Horner and wife, Mrs MeGurn and
child, Miss Iv tsshaw, Mow Keung, a
llanubcrj;, Icons Kum Sing, Us C
Wilcox, .Miss M Uka I
FiomMaui. per Mll.nliali, May 27
Hons G N Wilcox, A S Wilcox, Francis
Gay, V II Kiec, and U Beitlem inu;ltcv
J B llanai e, Mis O ollor.ui, .1 IC.i
klna, G O N.ikayaina, i Cbiiue, and ;)
From Kapaa, per .Tames Makcc, May
27 lion u 1 1 Dole and son, II Tweudle,
C Puidy, .1 N S Williams, E Lcndeman,
Mr Faiicliild and 5 deck.
From llauiakua, cr Iwalanl, May 20
AV Horner, II t-urtcnbcig, C Y Aioiia,
wife and 2 children, and lo deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Ke An Hon ilrcwood.
Scbr Waioli 940 bags Mig.ir.
Stmr MoUolil 350 bags Migar, 15 bead
cattle, 100 sheep, a calves, and one
Stmr MlkaliaU 3,323 bags suarand 23
Stmr Jas Makcc 1,788 bags sugar.
Stmr Iwalanl 'i.COJ bags sugar,
t-chr i anute 3,0, 0 bag- susjar.
Stmr Klnau -C,U 10 bags sucar, 210 pkgs
hides, 20 bags corn, 1!)0 bags spuds,
2 cows, 1 horse, 220 pkgs sundries.
The steamer .las Makee will sail for
Kapaa on Wednesday at 5 o'clock p in
Tho sa ling of the steamer l.lkelikc
has been postponed until to-morrow.
The steamer Iwalnnl will sail for La
halna and llamakua on Wednesday
morning, at 8 o'clock.
To tho wife of W. O. Smith, on May
28th, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Company C of tho Honolulu Rifles
will hold an cxtra'cli ill Ibis evening.
Lack of space has crowded columns
of live matter out of tho present
An important notice appears in
another column from Chung Yuen
Ho nnd Chung Fung.
A lady recently arrived from the
coast, wishes a situation in a family;
is accustomed to sewing and house
The public arc coidiully invited to
bo present at tho opening of the Le
gislature by His Majesty the King,
at 12 noon to-monow.
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Tun Honolulu Killes aio ordered
to report nt their arnioiy at 1 i m.
Hay 30lh, to act as eecoitluGeo.
W. Do Long Post G. A. It.
Tin: Kinau brought down on her
last trip 600 bugs of potatoes and corn
from Makona, tho largest shipment
over made fiom that port.
Tin: onterlaininont given by tho
athletic club of U. S. S. Vnndaliu in
tho Music Hull on Satin day night
wasblinily attended. Tho ppaning
and other athletic oxorcisOH, under
tho inaiingomont of Mr. Downey,
wero carried out in an ordcily man
ner. Tho enteitaininout will bo re
peated on tho 11th of June.
Tin: onteitaiiunont by tho Bluo
Ribbon Leaguo on Satin day night
List was well attended, and tho pio
grainmo, as provioiibly announced,
was well carried out. Pi of. Van
Slyko delivored a very ablo add less
on tho ovilti of alcohol, which waB
illustrated with chemical expeii
moiits, showing tho alcohol used in
spirituous liquors and wines.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The members of Geo. W. Do Long
Post G. A. R., respectfully ask the
-merchants of Honolulu, to closo
. their several places of tiusiness on
the afternoon of May 80th 188s,
and join with them in commemorat
ing tho deeds of America's patriot
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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Monthly party of tlie Honolulu
Social Cliib, tit Mclnerny hall.
Party by tho Nuuanii Musicalo
Club, at tho losidenco of J. 11. Paty.
Lodge Lc Progrcs do 1' Oceanic,
incut3 in its hall, King street, at
Harmony Lodge I. 0. O. V.
roorts in its hall, King street, at
Band Concert at Emma Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Special drill of Co. C Honolulu
Rittes), at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Over hip Jolly Hobber- Suppo
Waltz Young Vienna Falnbacb
i ornet I'olk a Village Festival
Selection -Marco Vlseontl
Medley Offi'ub ichlaua. . .
Ballad La Faloma
Waltz liaiil-h tudents
Schottlsehe Sllplitly on the Mash. .
Tile first baseball match of the
season between the old baseball
clubs, was played last Saturday after
noon at the Mnkiki grounds, be
tween the IIoiiolulus and Ilawaiis.
Tho playing on both sides was
spirited, but the Houolulus were
loo much for the Ilawaiis, and nl
the end of the game the score stood,
Honolulu, 17: Hawaii, 1.
TWO HEW MARCHES.
Notwithstanding the seven con
cetts played by the Hawaiian Band
last week, Bandmaster Berger man
aged to ring in enough time to write
two new marches. One is composed
of American airs and is called Van
dalia. It is d'tdicated to Admiral
Kimberiy and ollicers of the U. S.S.
LHngship Vandalia. The other
march, named Ilauoli, is composid
of six of the latest Hawaiian airs,
and is dedicated to Honolulu. Each
march fills 80 pages. They will both
be pla3-ed at tho openiniugof theLe
gislatute to-mnrrow, and oa Wed
nesday, Decoration Day.
The box plan for the entertainment
to be given by Mr. Washington
Irving Bishop at the Hawaiian Opera
House on Saturday evening next,
will be opened at the office of J. E.
Brown & Co., 28 Merchant street,
on Thuisday morning next, the 31st
inst. , at 'J a. m.
Mr. Bishop has a world wide re
putation for his extraordinary gifts
as inind-reader, etc., and a ciowded
house may be expected.
As notified by advertisement, the
the proceeds of the entertainment
will be for the benefit of the British
Benevolent Societ3, the American
Relief Fund, and the Liliuokalani
MORE ABOUT COFFEE.
Editok Bulletin: Mike Coffee
has not gone up but the "Adver
tiser" has. Ta ta.
M. M. CorFKY.
AH APPEAL TO CHARITY.
The Sisters at Kakaako would
like to give the children, about 30,
of Kakaako Branch Hospital, a pic
nic on June II th, in some place were
the little unfortunates can gambol
in the fresh air. And so an appeal
to the philanthropist for assistance
is made. Any kind hearted person
who will contribute a little money
towards defraying expenses cf the
picnic, or will uivc sumu edible to
gladen the childien, will be doing
the woik of true charily. Mr.
John Waterhotise Jr., Dr. Kimball,
nnd the Sisters at Kakaako will
gladly receive any donations.
THE DIFFUSION PROCESS.
The Kcalia mill lest is about to
begin. The mill test either situ ted
to-day or will to-morrow. The mill
will be run ut it utmost capacity
and force for a given time. Next
week, most likely on Monday, the
diffusion process will be tried for
the same length of lime the mill has
run, and tho icsulls compared.
Tho counter-balance of tho dif
fusion plant has been fixed and the
knives or cutlers ic-adjusted. This
last named part ol tho process wus,
tried last Friday lo tho satisfaction
of all concerned. Ami now that
everything is about ready to show
the success or failuru of the dif
fusion process, as compared with
the old process, 'the return news
.will be impatiently looked for.
ABOUT seven acres of good pasture,
lieu or gulden land, al Kupalnniu,
about a mi o and a half from town, with
a luo-Mory dwelling houne, ki alien
stable Mini oilier out lioiite.J.
Toi'iim SSO lor Slontli.
CST Apply to
Bargains in Embroideries,
59ni day May 28, 1888.
Pursuant lo a call fiom the Presi
dent of the Legishitivu' Assembly,
Hon. V. R. Castle, that body con
vened at 1 1 a. in. to-day.
The House was called to older by
the President. Piayer was offered
by Helekunlhi, and the minutes of
the 38lh day were read and ap
proved. Minister Green said he bad pre
pared a resolution anticipating the
reason for which this session was
called. The resolution was as fol
Whereas, the business of tho Ex
traordinary Session of the Legisla
ture has been concluded, therefore
Resolved that a select committee
of three be nppoinled to wait on His
Majesty the King, to inform him
that the Legislatuie is leady lobe
prorogued, and that it will await
the Royal pleasure for prorogation
tn tho legislative hall of Aliiulani
Mr. Widemann moved that three
of the Ministers bo appointed on
Minister Thurston said, that the
Ministry did not wish to slink any
work, but ho thought that the No
bles and Representatives should be
icprcsonlod in the committee.
The motion of Mr. Widcuiaun was
lost and the original resolution was
The Chair then appointed Messrs.
Wilder, Dole and liawainui.
The committee repaired to the
Puluce, and the lb. use took a recess
for lo minutes to await an answer
from thu King.
The committee returned and re
ported that i hey had loufuried with
His Majesty, and ills Msijooiy said
that he would consult with bis Min
isters in regard to it. Tliorepoil of
the committee was adopted.
Minister Thurston said that the
Cabinet would forthwith call a
meeting and ascertain fiom His Ma
jesty wben he will be ready, and
moved that t.he House take a leccss
until 5 minutes before 12.
Mr. Widemann said that lie did
not understand what all this ad
juurniug and adjourning meant. He
lie thought that this whole business
should have been arranged before
the House was called together. He
did not believe in such child's play;
it was beneath the dignity of such a
body as this.
Tlie motion of the Minister was
carried and the House took a icccas
until 11 :5J u. m. Al that lime tlie
House was tailed to order, and
Minister Thurston reported that the
King would prorogue the Legislature
at 3 p. in. to-day.
Mr. Baldwin reported for the
committee on Legislative expenses,
that the SI 0,000 appropriated was
all expcutlo I and a few bills re
mained unpaid 3G5 to the Clerk,
5 for ice, and ceitain amounts for
newspapers furnished to members.
On motion of Minister Thurston
the matter was deferred until the
next regular session, when it could
be embodied in tlie appropriation
Mr. Ilitdhcoek stated that a reso
lution was passed that each member
of this House should have n bound
copy of the Session Laws, but as
yet no one had icteived a copy.
Minister Thurston stated that he
was in doubt whether ho could give
away Go eminent piopeity, simply
on i he resolution of the House.
The House then adjourned until
The House reassembled at 3
o'clock p. in., and was prorogued
h' the Chancellor of the Kingdom,
Chief Justice Judd, acting tor the
Mr. Jus. F. Morgan, auctioneer,
held tin ce sales this noon:
The Assignees of the Frank
Brown estate resulted as follows:
1st. Pailc lots Nos. 1.17, l;J8, 13!)
and M0, i mining from the road to
the sea, together with Mr. Biown's
residence, outhousis and improve
ments, wero knocked down to Mr.
Jas.. Love for Sl,(i00
2nd. Lots Nos. -15 and -10, sUe
100x200 feet, to Air. II. J. Aguew,
for SI 30 each.
3rd. Lois Nos. 155, 150 and 157,
size 150x200 loci, to Rev. S. E.
Bishop for S155 each.
-lth. Lot No. Ill, 50x250 feet, to
Jas. Love, for S350.
5th. Lot No. 113, 50x200 feet, to
Rev. S. E. Bishop for S3 15.
Pour slums of Kupiolnui Paik
Association htock weio sold at S27.
50 each, and four nt 87.50 eueli.
Tliree-and-four-tenths acres of
laud in Wnilukn, in the heart of the
town wero, sold to Young IIco for
S2,000, and a lease of piopcrty at
Palumu was sold for 8J00.
At J. J. Williams'
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Geo. W. Do Long Post met
in their hall last night, at 7 p. in.,
and at 7:30 p. m., in company with
their invited guests, marched to
the Central Union Church, where
memorial services were conducted
by the Pastor, Rev. J. A Bcckwlth,
assisted by Rev. W. C. Morritt,
Chaplain of the Post.
The members of tho Post present
were P. C.,V. V. Ashford, S.V. C,
William Williams, J. V. C, Samuel
McKcague.O. D., F.Turrill, Q. M.,
R. Jay Greene, Adjutant J. P.
Noble, O. G., L. Adlcr, .Comrades
Jno. Austin, N. B. Emerson, W. C.
Wilder, J. Conn, C. N. Arnold, J.
II. Putnam, Geo. W. Merrill, Jno.
Ross, R. Lees ; Visiting Comrades
Mr. MeChcsncy and L. La Pierre.
Gaests dipt Schoonmaker of U.
S. S. Vandalia, Lictils. Ritlcnhousc
and Merriam of U. S. Vandlia, Dr.
Rabin and Chief Engineer Burnap
of U.S S.Vaudnlia, Major llcbbard,
Adjutant" McLcod, Capts. Pratt,
Unger, Langley and McCarthy,
Licuts. "Wicke, Torbert, Robertson,
Wilder, Camara and Zeigler of the
Honolulu Rittes; Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn and Princess Kaiulani.
The church was prettily decorat
ed. Over Ihc.organ was a picture
of Abraham Lincoln, draped on
either side with American llacs. The
pulpit and choir were decorated with
choice flowers and growing plants,
while in front of the desk was a
picture of Geo. W. do Long, after
whom the Post was named, draped
on either side with American flags,
and in front of the platform were
two stacks of muskets.
Promptly at 7:30 o'clock the
Post, with their guests, filed into
the Church and took seals pre
viously icserved for them. The
usual services of the chlircb were
pei tormed, and then the Rev. Dr.
J. A. Bcckwith preached the ser
mon from Judges, Chapter V, 18th
verac: "Zebulan and Napthali were
u people that jeoparded their lives
unlo death in the high places of the
The field here spoken of was the
battle plain of Esdraclon. The
event was tho deliverance of Israel
irom the oppressions of the Canaan
ites. Twenty years they had suf
fered. The people had become im
poverished, the villages forsaken,
and the very highways deseited.
Israel was in danger of losing her
nationality. In this extremity a lit
tlu band of daring and desperate
warriors under Barak and Deborah,
, bad rallied to their country's de
fence, bad swept down from their
camp on Mount labor, routeu the
army of Sisera with its OOOcchariots
of iron. its uncounted host, and saved
the nation. Then they sang this trium
phal song, written as our own Bat
tle Hymn of the Republic was writ
ten by a patriot woman.
The thought suggested by the
text is the honor put upon those who
fought the battle.
Tlie speaker went on to say that
from this inspired eulogy of Israel's
waniors we have a divine warrant
for telling over the story of our dead
soldier's heroisms. God lias taught
us how fitting a thing it is to sing
piuans and lay garlands above the
grave of our honored dead. Every
year as long as the nation lives for
which our patriots died, there ought
to be battle hymns sung, and eulo
gies said, and roses and lilies laid
above the graves of our patriot dead.
The reverend gentleman specified
reasons why these dead should be
held in grateful remembrance. One
was because of the nobility, the loy
alty, the love of liberty, the heroic
self sacrifices of those who went to
Another was, for the sublime cour
age they displayed. A third reason
was that they expected it. They
believed the nation would be grate
ful enough to hallow the clods that
would cover them. And they want
ed that tribute of love. Wc also
promised never to forget them, when
they were asked to volunteer in our
defence. All our patriot dead wero
promised tho same. Now, let us
keep that promise always, and
everywhere, wherever one of our
gallant dead lies jjburied, for not
only in gralitudu hut in honor wc
nic. bound lo lay our chaplcts above
Every year, then, let the morning
of thu 30th of May bo ushered in
with tho drum-beat of this Post of
tlie Grand Army of the Republic,
summoning us all to tho hallowing
of their memories. And so here and
cciy where may there bo lilies and
roses for every grave. And for the
thousands who sleep where only the
Rcssurcctiou Angel knows, for the
nameless graves all over our native
land, let thcro bo some of your
sweetest flowers laid in some name
less spot, in loving token that none
of our country's patriot dead may
The sermon was listened to with
I wrapt attention from beginning to
olid, ine cnoir aim congregation
united in singing America, after
which, and the benediction, the con
gregation remained in their places
until tho members of the Dc Long
Post and their guests retired.
Queen Victoria has invited the
King and Queen of Italy to visit
Windsor Castle in Juno and they
have accepted the invitation.
A cotton factory will bo erected
at Spartaubury, S, C.
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Barg'ns in Embroid'cd Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
wp wwwrwn mi- iiww
This name is given to such mo
money, or coin, gold, silver, plate,
or bullion, which, having been hid
den or concealed in the earth, or
other privato place bo long as the
owner is unknown, has been dis
covered by accident.
Should the owner bo found, it
must bo restored to him ; and iii
case of not finding him, tlie pro
perty, according to tho English law,
belongs to the King.
In tho latter case, by the civil
law, when the treasure was found
by the owner of the soil he was con
sidered as entitled to it by the
double title of owner and Under;
when found on another's property,
one half belonged to the owner of
tho estate and the other half to the
finder: when fouud on public pro
perty, it belonged one-half to thu
public treasury and the other half
to the finder. (Lecons du Dr. Rom.
Sees. 350, 352). This includes not
only gold and silver, but whatever
may constitute riches: as vases,
urns, statues, etc.
The Roman definition includes
the same things under the word
pecunia ; but the thing found must
have a comineicial value, for an
cient tombs would not be considered
The thing must have been hidden
or concealed in the earth, and must
bo found by pure accident, and not
in consequence of search. See
generally, 20 Viner's Abridgment,
111; 7 Comyn's Digest GI9; 1
Blackstonc's commentaries 295 ; 2
Bouv. L. D. 715.
In the United States, it is held to
be the duty of the finder of treasure
trove, promptly to give notice
thereof, nnd lo use reasonable dili
gence to discover the true owner of
the treasure, and if found to restore
it to him, but if, after such notice
and diligence, the owner cannot be
found, then the treasure belongs to
the finder; but if, without such
notice, etc., the finder appropri
ates the treasure to his own use, he
is held as guilty of larceny of the
treasure and is punishable accord
ngly. M. Thompson.
DO NOT f 'II to tall for your Boston
ir au Oikis and Chocolate lie
laps to.moriow at iho "Elite "
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
L ailvoriisc it in tlm Daily ltuia.KTir
JL "Thu Dallv bulletin."
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' AUU.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X lorn in Poll, Madeira uud Malitgu,
for sale in keg aiid caes by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
01 Quecu street.
IF YOU reilly want j our money's
worih of the finest Home Made
French and I'Jain Candies, the most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call ut the I'ioncvr Sleum
Candy Factory, UiUcry and Ico Cream
Parlors, cstnblrslicd 1SC3, Hotel, oppo
site llethel street. P. HoitN, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
inentur. P. S. The only place where
the Genuiue Butler Scotch h maim,
tacturcd and sold. 10 if
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
ciolliiug will bo gratefully i ccciv
oil for the use of the inmatei of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaako,
or nt the Leper Sittlment on Molokai,
If left with J. T. Walorhouso, jr.. at Hie
Quern Street Store. t&f tf
SITUATION as nssisiant in a
family, by a lmly recently arrived
lrom tho Co st. Accustomed to sewing
ana housework. April v to
J. E. IUIOWN & CO.,
r ( St i!8 Merchant Stieet.
have acain on hniul n few of
our exceptionally superior Surf
Boat? in hlzcs lrom IS to 21 feet. As
these boats fpeak lor lhcm'clc3, we in
vile lusoccii in. Pi leu ns low an any.
Wo have aUo seveinl 70 lb Clinker,
coppcr.ftibt, ricrcaiioa brats', willioars
anil rowlocku, complete. Capable of
holding three pcr.ons. Jmt lliu thing
for an impromptu rogatta, bpiu arouiui
harbor, Jake or river. Price from GO to
(JO iloliaiH. Abo a lieht HaggUKC Ev.
nrcm with two poi table nwhi moU sent,'
iiauily for business or a lnnilly out of
town, and one ttrmiL' Hii'id Cut. Cheap
for cash, nt .1 A. DOiVEIl'S,
I'i Intel's Line, Punchbowl St.
Mutual Tele. Ko il'M, P. O BoxNo.45'J.
ALL amounts duo l he fit in nf llrowu
& Co., Wlno . Spl Its MoichuntH,
of Honolulu, lliat weru coniraitud pre
vious lo the IlOlh day of March last, if
not Hilled be'oie thu Hth day of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of a
legal prorcutor, with instructions to
buo for, and ricovir at once.
A. J. OAUTWMiaHT,
W, K ALLKN,
Assignees of brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21, 1F88. 4B 1 in
O LT7SO HA.WAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to cominunl
rnto with the Poitugucse, either
for business, or for procuring workmeu,
servants or any oilier helps, will find it
die most profitable way to advertise In
tho Luso Jlaivaiiano, the now organ of
tho Portueuese ro.ony, which Is pub.
liBhed on Merchant strtet, Gazette Iiulld
inp, (I'ost.Olllee Letter Box E.), nnd
only charges rnwmulilo niton for tidvti
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
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63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torchong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by lnsl steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we offer at Red Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
F. EHELEiS i 08
Are receiving by every incoming steamer from San
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby
Fancy Goods !
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Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES. & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
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to the Ladies !
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Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
lew Goods !
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