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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant aud Fort
Btrcet. Telephones, 385.
MONDAY, SEPT. 17, 1888.
Stmr KIiiiui from Hawaii and Haul
Stmr Mlkahala fiom Kaual
Stmr Lchuu fiom llamakua
Stmr Walalealo from Kanai
Schr Mlllo Jlonls from Koolau
Hk Velocity fiom Hongkong
Stmr Pelo from Kauai
Stmr Kaala for Walalua and YVaianao at
0 a in
Stmr Likcllkc for Kaliulul and liana at
r p m
Stmr iMokolll for Molokni at 5 p m
Sclir Mnnuokawal for Koolau ut '.J p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lcliua for 'Ntm and ports in Ila-
makua and llilo Districts
Stmr Mlkahala for Kaual at 5 p m
Stmr Kimui for llilo and way ports at
-1 p m
Stinr Wnialealo for Kauai at " p in
Stmr V G Hall for Laliainn, Maalaoa,
Koua and Kau at 12 in.
Schr Kaiiikoaoull for Koliala and Kolio-
Fiom llilo and way ports per stmr
Kinaii, Sept Kith Capt W Bates, .r 0
Lane, It Ityeroft, It 11 Kycioft, Miss K
Hughes, Mis U E Heiison.Chuug Lung,
Chun Sing, Master A Dunn, Capt II
Nisscn, wife and child, IISltlckard
and daughter, MaMer D Oelauanx, XV
It i ulhbeit, II It Maefailano, L X Vcl
lcson, Mrs A. Rca, Airs Addie Kupele
and on, Miss 11 I'-.inee, blasters 1' and
XV Jaictt, Win llookuamii, Airs C Xot
ley, Mis'j Mullingcr, 3Iis E Hcimann,
llcv Timoteo, Mrs Moku and 2 children,
J 11 Kancak a and wife, Miss C F Flak
ier, Hon E 11 Bailey, Ottis Wildcr,Mas
ter Sam Dowsett and 88 deck.
From Kauai and Xiihau, per htmr
Mlkahala, SetlOth KcvAlex Mackin
tosh and Airs Mackintosh, Master A
Mackintosh, X Fernandez, Misfe C For
naudez. Aliss Julia Taner, Miss Fan
Say, C N Spencer, f)r AI Giosinan, P
Isenberg, jr, Mrs Oliphaut, II Dort
moud, W 1 Schmidt, II Wood, Aliss II
Kn, C Blown, C Commit, AIUs M
Scliolz, Emil Drcir, 0 Ilagena, A Me
Brydc, A Tliomas and 7f deck.
From Kilauea and Kap.ia, per stmr
"Walaleale, Sept lli F Berlelinaim,
Misses Bertelmann (!5), Aliss Johnson,
Aliss Schrasch, and 17 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Klnau fl-(J ligs sugar, 00 pkgs
hides. 21 bales wool, !)0 bgs spuds,
CO bgs ginger, horses and 135 pkgs
Stun- Mlkahala 912 bgs sugar, il70 bgs,
rice, !)0 hides-, 2.", head of cattle and
Stmr Waialcalc 1370 bgs rice.
Stmr Lehua 500 bgs sugar and 28 lid of
Alterations are being made to the
deuk-houes of the steamer Viva.
The Hawaiian baik Kal.ikaua, Capt.
C. H. Henderson, sailed fiom Kawai
liae. Hawaii, on Tuesday evening, Sept
11th, with 175 head of cattle on board
fiom Hon. Samuel I'm kers ranch for
Tahiti for sale.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Chicken thieves ate around.
Mn, Justice Preston will preside at
Chambers Ibis weok.
Tiieuk was a birthday celebration
at Park Beach Hotel ycsteiday.
A rouiiTKKN-FOOT shaik was caught
at Pearl Piver harbor on Sunday.
A tiikkch or drain is being made
to relieve Aalaof water whcnitiains.
A NUMiiEi: of men aro to be trans
ferred ft om the U. S. S, Vandalia to
the U. S. S. Alert.
Look out for fiobh frozen oystors
to arrive to-monow, and can be had
at the Peaver Saloon.
Companies A and P., Honolulu
Hides, attention! Pcad ordei No. 11
in another column.
Oui'ON holders in the Louisiana
lottory ate impatient for tho arrival
of tho Australia.
A MEETiNO of the litoiary commit
too of tlio Debating Society will bo
hold nt tho usual placo this evening.
On Wednesday tho abbignees of tho
Pacific Navigation Company will pay
a dividend of 1-1 per cent on pioved
Tiik tioitbuior of tho tiustccs of
His Majesty is now paying a divi
dend of ton por cent on tho faco of
The sailing of tho steamer W. G.
Hall will bo delayed until 12 o'clock
to-morrow. Ficight will bo loccivod
until 10 o'clock but not later.
One of tho momboi'd of the Myrtle
Boat Club hud n cloboshtivo from be
ing eapbi.ed and possibly caton by a
huge shaik near tlio Spar buoy ycs
teiday. Mn. Uropp, nianagor of tlio Kolou
plantation, was very ill when tho
steamer Mikaliala loft that place,
Mrs. Ciopp leaves by tho steamor
Jas. Makeo for ICuuai this evening to
join her husband,
Last Thuisday night tho front
door of Kilauea, Kauai, store, was
bioken open and entorod. Sixty dol
lars in money and two silver watches
were Molon. Thu store belongs to
the Kilauea plantation. A feuspieioiis
character hits been bpottcd
Tun widening of lung street Is In
The Wnikiki 'bus driver complains
of the overhanging trees on the road.
STnAJinn Lchim brought the last of
Ookula sugar, yesterday, for this
Mr. L. J. Levey will Bell the con
louts of u oaiponler's shop oii Wed
nesday. Tin: Government schools opened
this morning with a good attendance
Tiik Austialia ia duo fiom San
Francisco to-morrow with seventeen
days' later news.
The steam ploughs which were
taken to Kauai last week, were land
ed in good order.
Mixistkk Austin appeared at the
Foreign Office this morning. Ho
still looks far from well.
Tun Kov. Alex, and Mrs. Mackin
tosli icturned from u pleasant visit
at Kckaha, Kauai, Sunday morning.
A ni:w advertisement appears from
"Tho Aicade," at which place there
is a fine display of goods.
A machine for shelling cofTeo is
advertised for. A simple "home
made" article is preferred.
Tin: wives of two of the officers of
the U. S. S. Alert are expected hero
to-morrow to join their husbands.
Look out for Lucas' whistle shortly
after 9 o'clock to-monow inoriiinp,
fcigualling the Australia off' Waima-
The macadamizing of King street
has reached the biidgc on the lower
side of the street, and nearly that far
on the other.
In a raffle for a horse and buggy
Saturday night a youthful clerk shook
the winning number, dG, which he
hold for $100.
The entertainment of the Blue
Kibbon League, Saturday evening,
was fairly well attended. The per
formance was well appreciated.
Thhki: lolleis two for liana and
one for Paia will be taken by the
steamer Likcliko this evening. The
two rollers for liana aie for a macc
The books of the Tax Assessor for
the district of Kona, palm, will bo
open for inspection in the Kapu.iiwa
building from Thursday next until
A hiked buggy, with tlnco oeeu"
pants, upset at Leleo, ycHterd.iy
morning. Tho buggy and hoiso hiif
feied fcome damage, but the occu
pants escaped unhurt.
Tin: Vandalia sails at nine o'clock
Wednesday morning for b':ui Fian
cisco. The Hawaiian band will play
the ship out of the harbor from on
board the tug Elcu.
His Majesty the King leaves for
Kailua, Hawaii, on the Kinau to
nionow afternoon. The band will lie
on the wharf and play picvious to
The bark Velocity, consigned to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., arrived oil"
poit this afternoon, CO days from
Hongkong, with a general caigo and
20 or moio Chinese for this port.
C'ArTAiN J. D. Giaham, of the U.
S. S. Alert, paid his icspects this
afternoon to His Excellency (t. W.
Merrill, U. S. Minister Rebident, and
Mr. J. H Putnam, U. S. Consul
Gcncral. All persons having friends coining
on the steamer Australia to-morrow
will have to obtain a pass from W.
G. Irwin & Co., or they will not be
able to board tlio steamer until after
the passengers are landed.
The marriage of Mr. Joseph rod
more and Miss Jennie Tuck was con
summated Saturday evening in tlio
parlors of the Roman Catholic Mis
sion. TJie Uisliop of Olba performed
the ceremony. Tlio afl'air was pri
vate m .
The crow of 11. B. M. S. Hyacinth
attended sorvico at St. Andiew's Ca
thedral yesterday morning, and as
sisted in tho singing of the hymns
and chants with telling eilect. The
Pov. II. H. Gowen preached a very
On Friday afternoon next from 3
to fi o'clock, and commencing at 9
o'clock Saturday morning, tlicro will
bo an examination of thoso teachers
in Honolulu holding certificates un
der ono year. Tho examination will
bo at Fott bticot School.
1'uitSEit Becklcy of the steamer Ki
nau, which anived yestoiday, reports
as follows: lino weather; tho Luriiiio
is now due at llilo; through giind
iug for tho scatou at Kolmla; the
second ptuty charged with being im
plicated in tho Puna murder is btill
in llilo jail.
A mass meeting of CliiiieHo was
held at Kohalu, Hawaii, Saturday,
tho 8lh inst., and also at L.ihaina,
ono day last week. Both nieotings
woro in icgaul to tlio Constitutional
Amcndnunt. As 'it was defeated,
peace and happiness reign supremo
among tlio Chinese at tho above
Fourteen eaBcs of drunkenness
wcio disposed of in tho Police Cotut
this morning with tho UBiial fino of
$0 each. Jas, Maco, disorderly con
duct, was sentenced to 'M days iiu
piihonmont at hard labor. The dis
oidetly hoiibo cabo was continued to
tho 22d instant by request of count
m for tho defence. A munbor of
other cascu vtoio aho continued.
EVENTS tBIS EVEHIKC.
Hand concert tit Emma Square,
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. 0.
Skeleton battalion drill of Cos. A
and 1$ Honolulu Killcs at 7:30.
Honolulu Social Club at 7:00.
THE BAND CONCERT.
Tlio Band plays this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7 :30
o'clock. Following is the pro
Ovcrttuc Son and Strauger
Mazinka Clematis K ppey
March Tanuliauscr Wagner
Medley Night In Xew Yoi k. . . Brooks
l'alama, Koua Alain, 1 kc In.
Selection Nabueco Veidl
Walt, Mm guuhlatlcr Strait"
Patrol li isli Pueriier
March Good-bye, Vandalia. . . .Verger
WENT OVER A BLUFF.
Andres Comancho, a Spaniard
employed by lion. J. 1. Dowsett,
fell, with his horse, off a bluff near
Moannlua, Saturday evening, at
about 7. o'clock. The bluff is on the
side of the road and has a clear fall
of 23 feet. Coniancho's horso reared
and went over with the rider. The
horse was hardly lutH, while Com
ancho received painful injuries. A
piece of his scalp was taken off the
lop of his head, and he was other
wise cut. Dr. Wood attended the
unlucky rider, and dressed his
There was a very good attendance
at the fourth organ iccital at Kau
makapili Church, Saturday evening.
II. It. II. Princess Liliuokalani, His
Honor the Chief Justice and Mrs.
Judd, Sir. Justice and Mrs. Mc
Cnlly and Hon. C. R. Bishop were
among those piesent. Mr. Levi Ly
man sang a solo "My Queen" with
much taste. Miss Hose Makee gave
a most delightful rendition of Gou
nod's "There is a green hill far
away," which pleased the audience
very much indeed. The adaptabili
ties of the largo organ were brought
out in solos by M cast's. I. Goodell,
Muon II. Jones aud Wray Taylor.
iT IS HUMORED
That the departure of the Van
dalia will cause regret; that a well
known lawyer will shortly join the
ranks of the benedicts ; that Col.
Nortis is a mi iionuire ; that there
arc a large number of would-be
Chambeilains ; that when John F.
Smith attends tho Blue Ribbon
meetings he is made fun of; that
all the Chinese in the land are go
ing to cutoff their queue's; that
the Editor of the Mukaainana is to
be the heavy weight champion of
the Hawaiian bar ; that there was
too much drunkenness in town Sa
turday night ; that the question of
how to reach young men has not yet
been fully decided.
TROUBLES NEVER GOME SINGLE.
Among the passengeis on the last
mail steamer from San Francisco was
Mr. G. D.Foaron,a brother-in-law of
Mrs. F. W. Damon. He of course
had to undergo the quarantine of
fifteen days imposed by tlio Board
of Health. The quarantine wns up
on Saturday, and on tiiat day Mr.
Feal'on joined a picnic party at Mo
analua witli the intention of having
a real good time as an offset to the
tics which in a measure kept him
from enjoying his brief stay in the
islands. Unfortunately Mr. Fca
ron's pleasuie was marred by an ac
cident. He was mounting his horse,
a rather large one, when before he
could fairly sit in the saddle, tho
animal started on a trot, and Mr.
Fearon was thrown to the ground,
the shock breaking his aim. He
came to town and medical aid wa3
summoned. This morning we learn
that the gentleman was very com
fortable and the injured member is
Last Tuesday evening the Kinaii
left this port over four hours behind
her usual time for the accommoda
tion of members of the Legislature.
Their appreciation of this delay is
shown in the following card of
Srjut. "Kinau," )
Sept. 11, 1888. j
Wo tho undersigned, members of
the Legislature, herewith tender to
tho Provident and olllcers of the
Wilder Steamship Company and to
the olllceis ol tho steamer Kinau,
our stiict'io thinks fur the great
kindness shown u- iu the delaying
of tho htcamcr Kinau for bi long a
time this evening, in order that wo
might reach our homes in so short a
time after the adjournment of the
And wo hope that all to whom we
are bo much indebted may be bless
ed with all that may make life pleas
ant iu the future.
I). II, IIlICIlCOCK,
E. II. Baii.i-.v,
P. N. Makuu,
O. F. Houxkk,
V. II. Daniku,
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
-I urirci flu uk mn ot any paper
printodju this KiiiUnn.
&0 OLlIbi pcr
iNBWGg OF MEXICO.
Sunday, the ICtU being the Seventy-eighth
anniversary of the "In
dependence of Mexico," to-day
wa3 substituted and observed ns
The Government Hag was hoisted
over the public buildings and the
representatives of tho various na
tions displayed their lings at their
residences. Tho U. S. ships 'Vandn
dalia and Alert,' gracefully compli
mented the occasion by giving tho
Mexican flag the post of honor at the
'?1 ' I"H1I."
A CHINESE FUNERAL.
Kong Yce Dct, for nearly four
years steward at Puliation College,
died on Saturday and was buried
Sunday afternoon from the Chinese
Church of which he was a member.
The deceased, who was known bet
ter by the name of Eddie, was a
great favorite with the pupils at
l'unahou, and they defrayed the ex
penses of his funeral. lie was a
bright and intelligent young man.
Tho Revs. C. M. Hyde and W. C.
Mcrritt, Mr. Frank W. Damon and
tlio pastor of the cuurcu assistctl in
the services. Eddie belonged to
the Chinese Singing Club and the
members attended the funeral in a
body. The remains wero interred
at Makiki followed by a large num
ber of carriages.
I I 1 1 L lllllll Ml
DEATH FROM OLD AGE.
On Saturday evening an old
Frenchman, Constant For tin, better
known around town as "Poloka,"
dropped dead in a Chinese store on
Hotel street. Dr. Rodgcrs was sum
moned but could do nothing. The
body was taken to the Station House,
and on Sunday, the French Consul
had it buried. Poloka was about
79 years of age and has been a re
sident of tho islands many years.
He was an armourer by trade and a
fine' spur maker. The deceased
lived at Manoa for a long time, but
the past year resided near the
bridge, King street. Up to 2 :30
o'clock this afternoon, the Deputy
Marshal had received no certificate
of the cause of dcatbfioai Dr. Kotl
gers, but it is supposed to be old
f" ww fyfii
Xottcei under t m head arc chirgcil 10 cents
per hnc.t'ar thefirit insertion, anil S cents per line
every mltlittonal filiation.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Pear of LueaV Mill.
IT lias boea ilUcowied by the dortois
tiinl Coot'uil Into Flour is excellent
lood f'r weak and ilellfuto infants, pie.
p ircil iit I'jIIo" : One iabh'Sj.oonfiil of
I'ooluvl Taro Flour mixed wiih 1 piut
of lioil.li mill;. When cold feed tin
child twill ii muse bottle. It will i;ie
a clnl 1 now life in a few weeks. 85 3
rPARO MUSH Feed the sick ami
JL del icaie persons on Cooked 1 at o
Flour JMusli, made thin and prepaidl
like corn meal in boiling wnier, aid
served with milk and sugar. ThU makes
un elegant lmi'-h. 35 8a
ARO BUISCUIT MlxTaroFloin
veiy tlilck in boiling water, then
n 11 in wheat (lour un 1 torm into bu.
cuit, use a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little butter over the top of Taro
Bibcuit this makes a cheap aud excel
leut Taro Cakes. 35 Uw
GJ.RIDDLE CAKE-Tako half rye
1 Hour, half Taro Flour, one or two
fggs, little salt, one teaspoonful of Royal
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
balto or fry on griddle. 35 3w
HPARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons
JL lnl of the Taro Flour to each per
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meal iu boiling water, serve warm 01
cold with milk and sugar Taro Musdi
can stand a day or two if desired. 35 3vv
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
X classes "Tho Daily Bullet In." CO
cents per month
BetilTMl ior " Australia,"
Two Largo Refrigerators, con.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,
King Htrcut, Honolulu, t
Park Beach Hotel,
Opposito Kapiolan) Park, Walkikl.
The Finest. ,
Bathing Place on the Island 1
Klegant Rooms, Gas & Water In each.
Extensivo Grounds, Well Shaded !
The Table is fcupplinl with tlio
bebt thu market nflonK
Bowline ii ttticM !
Full Information given to tourist! as
to thu best routes of travel, for menery
mill curiosities: nlbo current rites for
hoi to hire and guides on thu other
Iblauds. 1!uhs-cs and Carriages will lie
furnished at special ratca for cxcursiouK.
HiiBsesand Miggago Wagons will meet
every Btcamcr. Special rates for perma.
nieut boarders. A Wagonette will be
provided for the use of guests at tpcciul
O. IV. uX2.TS"OX-.3,,
fi J'i'opvictor. 8in
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordcicd
Handkerchiefs . .. .fiOu per ilcz
84 doz Ladies' unbleached Ualbri
gan Hose, silk clockce and full
finished at 2fio
Gents' whito linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, cither long or short
sleeves, all sizes -Hie each
Gents' whito cotton Undcrshitts ..
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
A very large Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing. . . .
A full lind of all wool Overshirts
and all wool Undershirts from .
Gents' fine Pajama Suits from . .
176 doz Children's colored How. .
10c pr pair
Fino Turkish Bath Towels
15 for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides ".
Black Silk stripo Grenadine ..
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from . .
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size -1 to 8, at. . . .
2.1c per pair
We havo made a REDUGTION iu all
Remember this is our last week
C8-2AS. J. F9SS-3EL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
AH SUNG, doing business under the
firm name of Yee Hop, in Hono
lulu, niiido an assignment to flyman
Bros, this 12th dy of (September. All
creditors of the cstnto aro requested to
present their claims within ISO days, and
all indebted must make iuuiu'ditiie set
tlement. I1YMAX PKOS.,
Assignees of tho hbtutn of Ah tinni:.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 188S. -J5 lw
"NOTICE to OKEDJLTOltS.
rPIIB undersigned having been ap
X pointed Administrator of the Ks
tatc of John Uaiciu, of Kalilii Waena,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of paid John Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated and v ith
proper vouchers whether scared by
moitgngc or otherwise to him nt his
ofllce No. IB Knnliuniniiu street, llono.
lulu, within tl. mouths from date or
they will be forever barred.
Administrator of tho Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. Ill, 1888. 45 lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
nPHE following gentlemen luivo been
1 duly elected to terve as otllceis of
tho Mutual Telephone Co, for Hie en
duing year, vi.:
II. A. Widemaun President,
H. Wiiteruoutc Vite President,
O. O. Rerger Treasurer,
C. O. Merger Secretary,
W. F. Allen Auditor.
O. O. IinUGEU,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1838. II 2w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual ineetliig of thu slock
holders of the llilo Nilgai Go h Id
in Honolulu, this lOih day of sopu-mlK r,
1888, thu following ollleciti waw. duly
elected to ecrve dining lliocn ulng)0itr:
Win. G, Irwin Prc-Ideut,
John 1). iSprco'icli... Vioc-rrcMdi'iit,
( Secro uiy,
Whitlicv, Jr A'HlMr.
'W. 51. GH'FAPD,
Set rotary, II. r. Co,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the ainu d meetiiif: of tho fct'ick.
holdenf the Iluuhlnftou I lau'a.
Hon Co held Iu llonol ilu this 0 h day
of Seitfiiiber, 18-JH, thu following out.
cer were duly elected lo bervu during
tho cu8iiinu; yeitri
Wm, G Irwin Pri'bldent,
joiin a. huck., Y'e-i resident
Walter M Glffurd.
H.M. WUHniy, Jr ,, udlto
W. M. GIKRUtU.
12 lw Secretary, II. P Co.
i LK1E LIm
63 & 65 FQfIT 6TRSE7.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White SMrivi
g&r AT VERY LOW PRICES
A full Sine off Gingham's I
A full line of Batiste ?
A Large Assortment of
Wo will close
For Gents, Ladies
S. EHRLICH, .
:j & US Fort Street.
-S THE I-
EG-AN Ac COlMJP-A.IVSr-
i? U f
To lie lonii ia m
V. C. FAGSRROQS,
I'rncticnl tVatcliniakcr & Jeweler,
Has removed to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
;;iiainiitcud or money
Praotical WatchmaLor & Ropairor
Good work guaranteed. At present
located at S. Hotli's tailor shop.
oriland Cement !
Willie Hros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Corrugated Roofing !
Best brands, in 0, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Debt t 'u'vii r.raud,
8, anl 9 Feet Lengths
Just I tndf
J'- hiii ' CockcrniO'Hi '
For Sale ia OuanliUes to Ml
AHo, fOO IP K Whito Uma
FI fK STs T 1 ft f. S
At tlie Lowest Market Rales.
WILDER & CO.
I OB PR NTING ol nil kind .vo.
nuifi at 't" iHav D
Sis i fwSia&iiSB
WMte Dress Ms!
out at a
Misses it Children. JSf3
M ft Vi fcfl
store ii llie Kingdom !
17 - S8
r, A. M, Hewett,
Purpose? leaving for the. Coast in
I'cf'bur prior to which he
oilers tlio whole of his
Do not be alarmed that you will not
he able to purchaso in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As in Ban Francisco for Mr. Hewett is
goh to Helect hiich a stock as will
Bint tho most fasitdeoua and
surprise our little city.
CSTA11 parties now Indebted to him
aru respectfully requested to make
Immediate hcltlcmcnt. 05 Bui
74 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
fts. t, S. BBiSIBTT, - - PtiU ipii.
MM, Tm-Wri! i,
BOOK-KEEPIK" 1 !
In all lt limucbc!.
V3Fot iwrtlcuh-ra address
Sflrs- L. S
7t Hotel St, or Grarnlinlgh's 1;
store, luti Fori bt.
Mulual, 282-XD0TCLEPH0NE s6rEvil, 19
IF YOU FIND ANYTHIN 5,
L nlvw-tl e 1 to ' Wailv Hoi.-.btih
ft -.& &&j3ii'