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FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1888.
President Cleveland's message lo
Congress ancnt Chinese exclusion
indicates that he calculates upon tho
co-operation of tho Chinese Govern
ment in the enforcement of the
American, Exclusion Act. Follow
ing are the words of the message:
"The admitted and paramount
, bright and duly of evciy Government
-4V iu uxciinie iroui us uonicrs mi ele
ments of foreign population which
retard its protpeiity, or detrimental
to the inoial and physical health of
its people, must be regarded as a
recognized canon of international
law and intercourse.
China heiM'lf has not dissented
from this doetiiue, but has by the
expression to which I hae ief erred,
led us conlidcntly to rely upon such
action on her part in co-operation
with us as would enforce the ex
clusion ol Chinese laborers from our
ANSWER TO THE REV. CM. HYDE.
Editok Bullutik: In the "Ha
waiian Gazette" of the 9th inst. ap
peared an aiticle on "Christlebs
Schools" signed by C. M. Hyde.
Tbe stereotype phrases about inde
pendent investigation of religious
matters by children, aged from G
to 15 yeais, are not serious. The
Rev. gentleman himself will teach,
even his more advanced pupils, some
of his sectarian or private theologi
cal notions before allowing them in
I do not fully understand what
the writer means by "the H. Catho
lic priests' claims lo leligious and
political supremacy." Applied to
these islands it is certainly nothing
but bitter iiony, since the religious
and political friends ol Dr. Hyde
hold all the political power and con
trol, besides their very large private
fortunes, all the public money;
their religion in fact olten piocures
them protection and advancement,
while the Catholic Mission seems to
be mciely tolerated. We must even
be grateful (and we are) lor the few
crumbs that fall horn the rich man's
table.in the shape ot a few hundred
dollars for the support of our inde
pendent schools. I say we aie
gratefureven for the poor pittance
out of the public tieasuiy contri-
lntir! 1m. .ill ..... ............ inii...i:.n
i&i included, because those gentlemen
gj' composing tho Board of Education
& nave uic power to give us notning.
$ 'I respect u man whose high sense of
justice elevates him above a narrow
' nartv-snhit. In our comnaiativolv
&1,1.1... .....!!. .- .,. -..,. -1 ;"..
nciaoa I'UIHIIUUU, IUU u.iuiuiie
churches and schools would soon
jhp disappear uelorc our mighty adver-
y. Harms, ltwcie not. ior tnc neip oi
God and the self-sacrificine labor of
'..the C. clercrv and their assistants.
SlV Tlirt nnfin.. !.-. ."!.. .1. 1 1 -. !..i
o.uii uuLiuu ui iuc uuiuuiiu priest
'here is, and must be in principle,
nha same as it is in America and all
'nover the world. AVe think that re-
: iligion, and the true one, should be
Staught i a'I Behoofs, and conse
K nuentlv we cannot be in favor of
i$jf schools from which religious instruc
tion is excluded. I see with great
-pleasure that many Protestant
L, clergymen in the United States are
i-decidedly against tho system of
public schools existing there, and
gitlmt even the Rev. Dr. Hyde agrees
SNwith us in blaming the existenco of
liChrj8tless schools. We merely
; differ in tho choice of tho remedy.
Dr. Ilvdc. as far as I understand
Phitn, thinks that the Bible or perhaps
vjiuc jMew xestament only, should bo
' iji ii ,i i.
reuu in iue puuiiu scuoois, aim lie
'.flppmn tn tilnm.. ttio Otitlinli.. .1nvrt?
ipfor not adopting this plan. Good
.reasons prompt us to strongly ou-
f&jucb uguiiiui it;
i -1. Supposing that Dr. Hyde
'.should introduce the text of a Pro
ftestant edition. In that case he
ought to lemembcr that Catholics
cannot accept a book as containing
tlio,genuine word of God unless it
Co -approved by some competent
ecclesiastical authority. This is
not' a mere formality; it involves a
62. Should the children have to
read the Bible without any explana
tion pvliatevcr, ieaving each to
jjjather his own individual notions of
religion, wo should soon sec a nitin-
Sber of new sects spnnging up jn
iftddition lo the vast number already
'cxisung curious onus iuu.
-ii, i suppose JJr. Jiytio means
that the teacher shall guide the chil-
rareii in their independent ( () in-
Ivestications. Certainly lie would
eipt give to his little, child n loaf of
bread and u knifo, but he would cut
the bread and adapt the food to tho
capacity of tho child. Now tho fact
is that 9 out of 10 of tho public
schools arc controlled by Protestant
teachers, whereas one out of three
children in tho cntiio kingdom aie
Catholic. Consequently the reading
and explanation of the' Bible would
practically make the public schools
Protestant institutions, and Catho
lic children going to the same would
be obliged to receive a Protestant
training. This is exactly what cer
tain parties are aiming at; it is,
however, unjust, and I ptotcst
against it in the name of all Catho
lic parents, even in the name of the
few who are base enough to sacii-
nco the souls of their children for
the sake of earthly gam.
In tho Protestant assemblies at
Ivaumakapili, patents aio cautioned
against sending their children to
Catholic schools. I do not deny the
light of doing so. But why should
not the Catholio priest have tho
same right to caution Catholic par
ents against sending their children
to godless or Protestant schools?
Allow me to state that it is by far
loss difllcult to transform a Catholic
child into a Protestant than it is to
convert a Protestant child to the
Catholic religion. Reason and ex
perience prove this. Any sound
minded Protestant taking the pains
to stud' the Catholic religion as set
fotth by approved authors instead
of receiving the numberless mis
representations published by ignor
ance or malice, will easily sec into
the correctness of 1113' 'statement.
Almost every positive article of the
creed geneially admitted by the
Protestant denominations is a rem
nant of the unchanged Catholio
creed, the difference of the two ly
ing mainly in this that Catholics ac
knowledge an authority and believe
many things which Protestants dis
believe or doubt. Hence a Protes
tant in becoming Catholic must add
a great number of articles to his
former creed. He must humble
himself, submit his own private
judgment to a higher authority,
obey strict laws, and observe prac
tices which are contrary to his natu
ral inclinations. This transition re
quires on his pttrt a strong will sus
tained by divine grace. On the con
traiy it is a very easy matter to
convcit a Catholic boy to Protest
antism. Keep him away from the
unpleasant piactice of his religion,
inspiie him with the w 01 ship of
richcs,he indulgent to him and allow
him at least indirectly to follow his
vicious inclinations, Hatter his pride
by a wide scope of independence
from lawful authority, and he will be
a Piotcstant of some description for
a while, perhaps as long as it suits
his intciests. Sooner or later, how
ever, he will leturn to his mother,
the Catholic Chinch, or he will be
come a rationalist. And who will
rejoice'at such a conversion? Cei
tainly not the angels in he:icn.
As a remedy against the evil of
Christless schools I should recom
mend the system of Prussia as it
prevailed befoie the deploi able Knl
turh ampf when religious instruction
was obligatory and enjoyed, too,
the very first rank. The system
was about as follows:
1. In every locality which con
tained a sufficiently large number of
children of different ciceds, the chil
dren were separated into strictry
denominational schools. The same
rule would apply heie in few cases.
2. Jn othei places where the small
number of childien did not justify
the building of separate denomina
tional schools, the pupils of each
denomination (Catholic, Protestant,
and Jewish) had a leligious teacher
of their own creed. About six years
ago I petitioned the Board of Edu
cation through the Board of Immi
gration to have this rulu apply in
favor of the Portuguese children.
My request was not granted at the
time, nor do I think that the pie
sent Board will favor it or even
consider it lawful. Hence I pro
pose another which in my opinion
will do justice to all.
Whereas our public schools,
though frce'of charge, do not answer
the just demands of Christian and
particulaily of Catholic parents on
account of tho absence of religious
instruction, and whereas the same
parents contributing to the common
school fund by the payment of taxes
arc nevertheless in conscience ob
liged to send their children to inde
pendent schools at their own extra
expense which, by the way, is not a
light matter for poor people, tho
Board of Education would but act
within the limit of strict justice to
wards those Christian parents if it
helped them to materially support
the independent schools which arc
really necessary for their children.
This is not the place to disputo
the intrinsic merits of the different
denominations. My intention is
only to give an objective view of
our situation in this kingdom and to
appeal to the sense of justice of
even those who may perhaps bo
strongly prejudiced against tho
Catholic religion. I defy our most
bitter adveisaries to prove that the
Catholic mibsion has by its religious
teaching ecr dono any harm in
these islands. We always mind
our own business. Wo have not
taken any pait in tho Jate lcyolu
tiouniy movements and wo submit
to tho Reform' Government without
adulation or conspiracy against it.
Is that n criuio? In our poverty we
deprive ourselves of many personal
j comforts in order to apply our per-
sunui luuor anu n considerable por
tion of our 'ery limited means to
assist the Government in the work
of education. Every impartial
judge will say that wo havo a right,
to expect tho support of tho Gov
ernment and tho sympathy of the
public insicad of ijeing vexed and
harrasscd at cvey step by mean
Bishop of Olba.
Honolulu, Oct. lJlth.
Auclln Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On Monday, Oct. &2, at 10 a.m.,
1 will sell at Public Auction at tho
residence, King Btroct, immediately
opposite l.Ulhii St., the vrliolo of tho
lloitsuliulil ITuirnituiro I
I Ash Marble-top Bedroom Set !
1 Painted Deilioom Set,
1 Single Bedstead, Spring Mnltrascs,
PARLOR FURNIT'RE, MIRROR,
Hiingiug Lamps, Curtain1?,
Vino Aim bio Clock,
Stovo &. Cooking Utensils, &c., &c.
I FINE AQUARIUM !
LEWIS J. IjEVEY,
70 at Auctioneer.
BY ruder of Mcsrs. Bishop & (Jo , and
in itenrdunc with the power of
side rontiiincd in :i ccitniu mor'tg igo
died g!cii liv Eiuinii Orowniiifilmr lo
O. It. BUhop A Co., dated the 20th day
of October, 168), and Hcnrdid In the
Rcgistiy of Dinln in Honolulu, in Book
71, nines 1C0. 401 and 4(W, the uudor.
signed will sell at Public Anciton,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. U, '88,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At his Salesrooms, coiner of Fort and
Ai! those Six Lots !
Situalo in Honolulu, on thcKulaokahua
Plains mid now occupied by
T. K. Walker, Eq.
BTorms Cash and Deeds at
expense of purchaser.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
75 5t Auctioneer.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Fort Street, : : : Honolulu.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
shiire will l,e pidd to tliesluno
hulders of thu Inlei-I-liiml Mnun Navi.
gaiion Co, on THUUSDATG the I8lh
instant. J. JJXa,
Honolulu, October 1G, 1688. 74 8t
rJSt A TI1E t,torL' !lt Waliiluu be
K'lwSfl hmging lo the Knicibon's.
tiXiJrfezi K.or teims enquire of
S. X. EJ1KKSON.
Wuiiiliia, Oaliu, Oct. 0, 1S8. (i!) UN
WANTED A GENTLE Pony,
XjL safe for a child.
to tido. ICliquiie at
thu UUMX'iiN Olllee.
LOT FOIl SALE
&, N King htict't, opposite
J Mi. AthiMion'.. Hn u
fronlnge of !)!5 feet by at
leu deep. Apply w)
Amateur Minstrel Co.
WILL GIYE A PERFORMANCE
Saturday Evening, Oct. 20,
AT H O'CLOCK.
ESfUux 1'lan open at Hawaiian News
Co. mi TIlUJtSDAY, October 18th, at
9 . '.slock a u. 71 4t
FOll SAN FKANOISCO,
"Will have Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Oct. 23,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IHWIN & CO., Agents,
NOTICE of SALE!
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale!
To-morrow, Oct. 20,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Salesroom, Queen stiect, I
will ?oll nt Public Auction,
Cassimcres I Tweeds !
Ahlte& lliow.) Oottons
InpitKRU I.iicquorul Wine,
Black Walnut IkdstcuW,
Blnek Walnut Wtudrobc,
B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set
SSlCH Corn, HlCH fOtlltOOH,
Boxes ol" Apilees,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Kte.
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
70 It Auctioneer.
By order of O. W. Burge-s E-i , I will
sell ut Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At his les-idcnot', Beretania Mice!, (op.
polite the Ice "Work),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
;. Parlor Set I
UphoMiVcd in litocadud Plush,
Lin a,o M irlil top Center Table,
Stele EiL'iaNiiiijs, Marine Pi tines,
Large Center Bug,
Sof.i i!c menu Itiiu;-", Cupeling,
I.uu' Curtains it Pule-,
1 Heavy Carved B, W. Bedroom Set,
K 111" Mattiasses, Large Alirroif,
Mo fpuitj i I -, Feather 1'iliowj.
B. W. Bedstead and Bureaus,
Upliol-terud I my Chain, Louuge,
B !.cl: Walnut riicffonieie,
Oho i'iliei- jtCxtcusum Tnblo,
B1.K.I; Walnut Dining Clu.irs,
Ciinudelieri), L nip, Wardrobe,
One Wilson Sewing Machine,
Silverware, CnvVery fc Glassy are,
Miat Safe, Garden 'I'ools,
Charter Oak Range & Utensils
Feins & Plants, Lawn Mower,
Canary Birds & Cages,
2 Carriage Horses,
1 Mate, 1 Open Buggy, 1 Sit
The Building Lot,
At rcn of the residenou lot, fronting
on Kinau street, sie lutHlOJ feet.
5T Promises will be open lor inspec
tion on TUK-DAY, Oct 2ird, from !l
a. ai. to :t I', jr.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
74 td Auctioneer.
VALUABLE LAND !
By order of J. M. MonMinit, E u. , I will
sell ul Public AtiMioii, nt my .Sales.
loom, Queen St., in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT 12 0'CI.pCK XOON,
The following Pieces of Land, viz:
All that Certain Piece of Land,
Situate at Puuleua, M-uioa, Oahu.
Containint; tin aien of about 20 Acres
and'Luovwi as the "Akana Kiiluuki Prej
lnlucs." ThisTjtnd bus a itinnlngblrcam
running thiough it, nml an unfailing
supply of vMiter. There is one largo
tnro putu now on it, and six or feveu
aciih more of the Lund can he put into
taro, and the itst is suitable for banana
raising nnd pasture hind, Tho Land bus
a frontiigu of 04u feet on Hie road, and a
fine vlotv of Wulkiki and the sia.
W Deeds at expente of tho pur
ehaseis. For further paiiiculius apply to
JAS. F. MOJIGAN,
Or to J. JI. Jlonsariat, No. 27 Mer.
chant street. 14 id
Per S, S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOIn;, IVoprielor.
rpBNDKItS for (ho Mipply of meat to
X tho Queen's Hospital for 1 jeur
from November 1,1888, w Who received
at the olllcfl of the undersigned up to
SATUBDAY NEXT, thu 20th instant,
at noon. For purtieulius apply to
F. A. BOIIAEFKK,
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 18S8. T 7i lw
t ) fir'-WV jjrT'S. CX2
S3" m Mm w s.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
EYoidoi of A. J. (Jartwrluht, Trustco
ot tho Estate of R. W. Holt, tho
Moilgaec immbrt in a certain indcnturo
or murlptcc, dated 18lh of May, 1890,
mil rePOMlid In the Olllco of tho Reg.
Istiarof Concnnci", In Honolulu, hi
lib. r 101, I olio bO-5, nnd made by S.
Ni pahiiUapu to snid A. .1. Cartwilght,
Triiste" us af.ucFald, 1 am directed to
sell at Public Auction,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24th,
AT 1S1 O'CLOCK XOOMf,
At my Salesroom, in Honolulu, all
I iece or Parcel of Iiand,
ailunteat Knpiilamn, ltlind of Oahu,
nuiual of and near thoGoioinmcntroad,
toKtii n'ng an. area of GO-100 of an Acre,
and boing Apana t, of Royal Patent No.
001)0, Lund Commission Aw aid No. 1241,
and the suno premises tlnit werocon.
vejed to tho said S. Napnhukapu by' I).
iMaual-u and JI. Jloanaull, Adrtlnistrn.
lor ami Adiniulstrarix of the Estate of
J.JIoanuull, by dcid dattd tho 7th of
May, 183(1, and recorded in tho Office of
the said Registrar, in Liber 101, folios
78 tO. This 1 and is leased for 30 per
EgyFor further particulars apply lo
JAS. JF. MORGAN,
Or to J. 5f. Jfonsarrat, Attorney for
Jlorlgugce. 75 td
J.)Y older of A. ,J. Caitwtlght, T(iis.
J tee of the IMutoofR. W. Holt,
tho Assignee of a ccitaln Moitgage
iJi'i-d, dated 12th of August, LSSofand
ici'oult'd in the Olllee of thoRegistiar
of Uoineyanec-. In Honolulu, in Liber
Ul, folios !l!ir, 0. made by ll.iah o w,
and Kaalhue k, her biibbiud, to James
R. Holt, .Jr, and by him i ssigucd to the
said A. J. artw light, TniMee as afoie
said, by deed ol assignment, dated
Jlaieh 21, 1SS7, and leeouled in Liber
105, folios 01-2, 1 am diieeted lo ell at
On Wednesday, Oct. 31th,
AT 1 O'CI.OCU xoos,
At my Saleroom, In Honolulu, all
Pieces or Parcels of Land,
Situate in Laic, Island of Oahu, and
inoie paiticubiily desciibed as follows:
1 All those eeiluiu pieces or paicels
of Land, eontaing an .ue.i of 1 7-100
Aeies, and inoie partieuhnlj' desciibed
in Royal Patent No. O.'O, Land Commis
sion Aw aid No. 3S00 to Laieloheloho
. 2 All thoteceitain pieces or paicels
of Land, containing an niea of 2 03.100
A ci es, and moie putieulaily described
in Royal Patent No. 1302, Land Com
mission Awaid No. 4270 to Kaeo, and
being the same piemies that were con
veyed to the said Iltmhco by Jlanaia,
by deed dated tbe ls,t day of Janiun ,
1881, andieeolded in Liber 94, folios
flQPFor fuithei paitlculars apply to
Or .T. Jf. jrons.u rat, Attorney foi
Jloilgngee. 75 td
'ICE of SALE
BYoidui ot Mary Ann Brown, De
visio under thu last Will and Tes
tament of Thomus Brown, late of Hono
lulu, Oahu, d. CLU-ed,iaiddtcuastd being
tho mortgagee nnniid in a teriain niori
gage deed dated May 30, IBS'), and made
by Knliaoli'liiiliiliulu and P. N. Ka
annana, bur bubliand, to said Thomas
Browu, I am directed to sell at Public
On Saturday, Oct. 20th,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOUS,
At my Salesroom in Honolulu, nil
Piece or Parcel of Land,
Hiiuate allviiaiuli, in sii.1 Honolulu,
imil being i In same as described in
Ap.um 1, Roy-1 Patent No. 2310, con
mining an mo i ot tlncp.uights ijj) of
an iicie. For further particulars en
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or lo Cecil Brown, Attornov'of Devisee.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1888. 74 Id
EY order of A. Rosa, and in accoid
anco with the power of Bale con.
mined in a certuin mo.tgngo made by S.
Nnpahukiipu and Kaheh, his wife, of
Honolulu, Oahu, to A. .Rosa, Guardlun,
ol lecoid in tbe Hawaiian Registry ot
Deeds in Honolulu, in book 84, pages
17U and 480. Tito undersigned will sell
nt Public Auction, at his Salesroom,
Cueun stiect, in uiid Honolulu, "
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT I Si O'CLOCK XOO.V,
All the Real Eotale heicinbelow des
cribed with the nppuitcnances, duo no
tice ot intention to loricloso said mort.
gageo having been duly published.
l-eal Estate lo be Bold: All the Land
de-ciibcd in Kojal Patent 1505, L. O. A.
108 1 10 Kanl, containing
An Area of GJ2-10O Acres,
Situate in KalaepokaUu, Kapalami,
in said Honolulu.
This Land Is Iiand for 10 eais, fioin
February 1, 1881, at an annual lontal of
$10, payable semi-annually in advance.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
, , Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 188. 7 td
tH CO Ver WreU.
A flrst-clats Cook has been engaged to
sneceid the ouo heretofore employed.
The Tables are Jlarble top and Clean:
tho Waiters attentive.
73 3m Pronrietor.
HAVE .IIIRT R1CCEIYED A COJIPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gents', k iil'siis' Bang Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
111 future, Mrs. K. Small will bo procured to do
Cutting' mul Fitting.
Constant Line of Schooners Ample- Opportunity for All.
OWING to our constantly inenaing business and the Rieat demand of nn npprc
claiing rommiinit, wo hao cmirlud d lo ntlor an rppoitnnlty io all panics
having cnpital. Our Lino of Schooners mm bo -(en gliding ovei ino "Hnr" fllleil
to tlielrutniO'tcartylngenparity of Clear, ( Vol and Invigorating
John WielancFs Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT TIIJI! "OXSITldlSIOlV SALOON."
Tonccommo a'e our Vast Klect of fcSchoouei, our ire vauln, are now being en.
laigcd togardliss of coM. The n .
Is the only pinre where a Cool Glns of PlillADfLPIllA I5EKR, on Diniipht
can be hail in Hnnoltilu. Step forwnid. UcntU'inc, n''s the lime .vj im
:JUST RECEIVED AT:
m y a &3J w '
nm M MKlH MM h
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE -JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS IN S0UTA1RES&. CLUSTER.!
The l'ain.niHvHoiIiiuu Holiil Hilvuruarc A Kliu-Ht Triple
ltut-(wuri. In mout v.irl.'tj'.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, &c,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
UcmitiX'til Isirlilo Olocltw Z
Slccitt.l Xiue ol A5m-iii ClookN, at Si VS.
These Goods have all boon pereonnlly seleoted in the State guaran
teeing thereby a choice selection of tlm Newest and Latest DesignsT
Sample Packages of Goods hont to any inil of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities tequit-Ho for a liist-.d.is-e jew liy inanufiielining establish
inent, wo feel oonfidonl Unit wo can niiiiiuf.icttin- anything th.it may be re
quired in tho Jewelry or.,Silvonvaro Line.
ftifWATCn RJPAXrfirv'G & ENGRAVING"!
In our well-known mumier.
1. O. J$OX .'143 ' (B0 Iuu Fori: StrnAf
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE,
BOOKS, STATUES! I FAICY HOODS
Plush Sets, ladies' Work Baskets
In Flush & Leather; Jlitquc, Glass & rmian Wiire, Opera &
Jlarino Gl.i'hM'H, Telei copes,
Mwsie Boxes, Toys, Books, Llltims9
And other things too numerous to mention. All the abovo
Goods will bo olfeied at 'the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
'The abovo Goods nro Now.
been imported ex recent arrivals and
i OIPEIV EVEN JJSGi fg, tft
W. H. GRAENHALGHi
I OO XTum. Street, Honolulu.
acific Hardware Co., L'd,
t2T BARGAINS -& t Now Line of jdSf BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
IVovc'IUch anil ICuiioyGoadH, Xii JL,uic:o Variety.
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merchant Tailor !
Hasjiiu returned fiom San Pran.
cIslo with a Largo titoelt of tho
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Hver brought to this city.
tSTThu Goods mcio bought in Bond
Oheii, and he intends tp give his eus
tumors tho benefit of these purchases
tW Call and see for ypursolves g
TVprIi nml nt tlm l.iinct tv,.: i :
weio selected expressly for tho tiado.
before. Now invoice of
vva n ItMiu
Starr & Co.'s
NO. "1 FLOUB
A consignment of tho above
FOR SALE at LOW RATES !