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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOIAJI B, I, JftftflOtt 8Q, lffl.
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1880.
Stmr Kaala from Waiaiiao and Walalna
Brltbk Mazatlan, l days from 5fov-
eastlo X S XV
Stmr Kwa from Kwa
Sttiir Walalualc from ICaiial
Stun- Mokolll from Molokni
Sclir Mol Wahlno from tJnninkua
Stmr Viva from Maul
Sclir llaleakala for l'cpeekco
Sclir Livlnla for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kaala for alaluaand Waialiae at
!) a in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai at 5 p m
For Maul anrt Hawaii, per stmr Ki
liau, March ai) 31iss May lialdwin, .T
T Wliite and wife, Mrs Paul Jnrrnt. M
D Mous-arrat, C vcLciimin, A O Dow
sett, Horace Crabbe, Mr Collin, D L
Huntsman, Sam Decker, Miss Wight,
Miss Helen K Wilder, t has K Chapln,
EOMaefailane, Kred II Uayscldcn, .1
M Macdonald. .lo.-lo Moorhcad, .1 13
"Ward, Miss Hayhclden, Walter Uayscl
dcn. and G3 deck.
The sehr Lavinia is having her decks
'L'lie British lark Mazatlau arrived
Friday afternoon. 01 days from New
castle, X S W, with a cargo of coal.
Tiio I.ikcliku Is due Sunday morning.
The Umatilla leaves San Francisco
to-morrow for Honolulu.
'I he XV G Irwin wilt sail on next
Tuesday with a full cargo of domestic
produce for San Francisco.
THE BRYANT LIBEL CASE.
Capts. A. Fuller and J. A. King
and Mr. James Lyle were appointed
to appraise the value of the bark C.
D. Bryant. They filed their report
this morning, which says : "We value
the bark C. D. Bryant as she now
is moored at the Pacific Mail wharf,
at Honolulu, the hull, masts, yards,
sails, standing and running rigging,
anchors and cables, boats, donkey
engine, her stores and all other
appurtenances of whatever nature
at (Si 9,000) nineteen thousand
A bond is being prepared and
when filed the vessel will be released
from custody and load for San Fran
cisco. SUNDAY SERVICES.
Skvknth Day Aivi:ntist Mission
Hall Service at 7:30 p. in.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel l'ralie Service
at G:!i0 p. m. Come and bring a friend
Kaumakai'ili Church. Rev. J.
Wsiltunau, pastor. Services at 11 a. m.
Kawaiaiiao Chukcii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 A. M.
Ckntkal Union Ciiuiicii. Hev. E.
G. Beckwith, D. 1)., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 9:I." A. m.
Sei vices at 11 A. si., and 7:30 i si
Roman Catholic Cathi:ikal.
G and 7 A. si., low mass with Holy i om
ir anion, r-crviees in Eugligb at 7 a
jr.; aid at 10 a. si., high mass, with
sermon cither in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
three principal different nationalities of
the church; 2 p. si., rosary and catc
tism; 4:30 r. si., instruction and bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Moiision Ciiur.cn. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. si. Services in English
will be held at 2:00 im. All aro in
vited. Qur.LN Emsia Ham.. Gospel and
eong service for Hawailans who speak
English at at 3 i". si. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Jaiwnksk Siuivici: : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a. si.; Bible Class
7:30 v. si., in the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Berctania and Ximaiiu streets.
Chinksi: Chukcii. Fort street, near
corner Ileretanla. Mr. Kong Shul ICec
evangelist. Chineso Sunday school,
!I:30a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 I-. si. Preaching 11
A. si. and 7:30 r. si. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 v. si.
St, Anihi:w's Catiii:dual. First
congregation will have s-crvleo at(i:30
and 10 a. in.
Hawaiian Evensong at 3:30 p. m
Evening prayer with sermon at 0.
o'clock ). in.
Hecoiul ( oiigregallon Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 :15 a.
in. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 :30
Holy Coipinunlou on the First Sunday
of the mouth at ll:ir a. in.
Divine Service on Wednesdays at 7:30
Chineso Congregation, Rev. H. II.
Gowcn in charge. Morning prayer,
with sermon, at 11 :1 A si. mu day
gcliool, at 10 a. si. Evening prayer,
will) sermon, at 7:30 i'. m.
Notices under t,lt head are chargttl 10 cenlt
per line fur Ike first insertion, ami S cents per line
every aUillttenal ine lion.
EXCELLENT Cream Cakis and
Milieu fries today at ihu Elite."
MASON A' llamlia Organ, u flue in
uirumimt for church or lodio
loom, cull and see it at the Mu'le I)e.
I'lirunoiit, Uaw.ui.ui Ntws Co. 107 lin
PIANOS and Organs for sale on tho
monthly instalment plan, or cheap
lor c.v-h at tho Muslo Department, Ha
waiian News Co. 107 lm
PERSONS contemplating puicliKs
ing u Piano or Organ, can save
money at the Mualu Dqiuituiuiit, 111
witilnii News Co. 17 1m
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN wulivo
J. evening paper. CO cents per month.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Look out on Monday, April Fool'e
Gm:am cakes and sninco pics can
lie hud to-day at the Elite.
Hkavy rains and freshets at Waia
lua, on this island, yesterday.
.1. E. Brown fc Co. advertise genu
ine Vichy Water at 75 cents per doz.
Rr.ntusiiiNO nuns fell at Koolan
and the lop of Nuuiinu Valley last
Union service at Kuwaiahao
Church Sunday evening, at 7:30
Tncttn will be no blue ribbon en
Urtninnionl at the Y. M. C. A. hall
tli is evening.
Tin: construction of the tramway
on Fort street, above Berctania sticut,
Mns. Samuel Parker will leavo on
tho next steamer with her two
daughters for England.
Tun Hawaiian band will give a
concert at Emma Square at -1 :I10
o'clock this afternoon.
Tin: performances at the Chinese
Theatre for the benefit of China En
Company No. 5 netted nearly .? 100.
Basiujall match atMukiki grounds
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock between
Kaniehanieha and lolani school
Rr.snncNTS of Lililui street com
plain of having no water from 0 a.m.
Friday morning to 7 :30 o'clock this
Tm: quarterly exhibition of Sun
day schools will bo held at Kaumnkii
pili and Kawaiiihao Chinches Sun
Jay morning, at 10 o'clock.
At tho concert at Emma Square
this afternoon tho band will play two
selections from Sullivan's now opera,
"The Yeomen of tho Guard."
Tm: "Owl" made its appearance
to-day, hooting in the liveliest man
ner. It is one of the best numbeis
published for some time. For sale
at the bookstores.
Mil. G. A. Anisden, the piano
tuner, has been engaged at the Ca
sino tho par-t week, pulling in thor
ough lepah'Mr. Nolte'o orchestiion.
Mi. Ameden ib now in town again
and will attend to the numeious or
ders for tuning awaiting him.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
BV J. K. MORGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, ten shares of
the capital stock of the Haiku Sugar
By order of executors of the will
of Rev. U. Baldwin, deseased, pro
perty in Lahaina and Kaanapali,
Mortgagee's sale of a house lot in
Paapaanui, Ilamakua, Hawaii.
Mortgagee's sale of certain pre
mises in Lahaina, Maui.
Full particulars of the above sales
will be found in another column.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Annual meeting Hawaiian Jockey
Club at the Hotel at 7:30 p. in.
Meeting of property owners and
residents of Berctania street at
Chamber of Commerce room at 11
A SAILOR DROWNED.
The captain of the schooner Moi
Wahiue reports losing a native
sailor at Waipio, Hawaii, while load
The man fell suddenly from one
of the small boats into the water,
and was not seen again.
J 1 HJLU.
THE APRIL TERM.
On Monday at 10 o'clock a. in.,
the April term of the Supreme
Court opens, Mr. Justice Dole pre
siding. At that hour motions will
be heard and preliminary business
attended to. The Hawaiian Jury
Calendar will be taken up at 1
o'clock p. in.
The practical talk to young men
by Prof, M. M. Scott previously an
nounced, will be given in the Y. M.
C. A. parlors next Tuesday evening,
at half-past seven o'clock. Subject:
"Books and Reading." The gen
tleman's experience and familiarity
with his subject should attract a
At the regular meeting of the Pio
neer Club, it was resolved that here
after tho meeting day of the club
shall bo Thursday instead of Friday
asheretofoie. Applications for mem
bership were received, and on motion
left over until next week. One be
ing declined because of not being
accompanied with a certificate of
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
I :00 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: March Tho Brigade Daeo
Overturn A Bummer Night Suppe
Ballad - Good Night Abt
Selection The Yeomen of (ho Guard
Walt. The Yeomen of the Guard
G nlop Full Sliced ........ , Buhm
PHE OLDEST DAILY I" tho
X Kingdom "Tho Dally Bulletin."
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
The 7th sederunt of thoSccict
Conclave took place on the first day
after now moon in the usual place
and at the usual hour.
A largo majority of the membors
were present; and General Quar
totto, the president, announced that,
us ho had now lost his better
half, he would hereafter pre
side over the meetings as Gen
eral Duality. At Jthu same time
ho wished it clearly understood that
he is president of the CnUithuinpiuii
Party all the same.
Dick Blunt asked "Is there a
schi9in in your personality, Gen
eral?" "Ask no questions and you'll lm
told no lies," replied the Picsident.
It however, had leaked out (hat
tho four quarters of General Quar
tette had got to loggerheads, and
two of the quartern had formed op
posite opinions and refused further
dictation from the other two ; but
of this more anon.
Angus MoTavish pressed for an
answer to his king question, and
stated that there is now a reaction
in favor of restoring to the injured
king his former prerogative. For
himself he was taught to honor the
king; and when he lived in the
dominions of any potentate, ho be
lieved in giving all duo respect to
the crown. lie also felt convinced
that a quasi-American government
could not hold tho Whereabout Isl
ands, and would only give a pretext
for some strong naval power to step
in and proclaim a protectorate.
Viewing the matter in this light, he
believed that the existence of a na
tive king is tho bulwark of tho
Sir. McTavish delivered the above
speech in Seotcli ; but, for the bene
fit of the printer it has been trans
lated into the best English that the
words and phrases would fit.
Dick Blunt viewed the Kiug ques
tion very nearly the same as did
Anmis McTavish. lie thought that
during the last session of the Legis
lature vetoed bills were passed over
the king's remonstrance for no oilier
reason than that he had dared to
think differently from the govern
ment and its toadies. Time has
since shown, however, that many of
the king's vetoes were correct both
in principal and justice. Regarding
the volunteers raised in Calathum
pia, he could not regard them other
wise than as a government menace
to both king and people. While the
Islands have the protection of war
vessels in the harbor of Calathum
pia there is not the slightest use for
Calalhumpian soldiers, and their
heavy public expense. Ceitainly
there are large numbers of oblique
eyed barbarians to keep in check;
but as they arc encouraged by the
government and sugar planter, they
are not likely to prove dangerous.
Under the present conditions of
government on the Islands, there
aro no fiercer and more irreconcila
ble enemies amongst the population
than white men toward each other;
and the chief danger is in a break
out of these elements into a bloody
struggle among themselves. He
would have the government disband
the menacing volunteers; and store
all the arms and war material, or
sell the useless stuff for the purpose
of blasting the entrances to our sev
eral harbors that need that treat
ment." Augustus Jingo now took the
floor, and stated that ho had been
formerly a "liofllcer in the 'orso
marines;" a statement which his
mutton-chop whiskers showed to be
correct. He now "ad the honor to
belong to the Calalhumpian govern
ment, and 'eld an 'igh position in
its seivice. 'K thought that the army
should be increased instead of
decreased. There was nothing that
would keep men tractable equal to a
powerful menacing force ;aiiil,has the
hexpense all came out hoff the pub
lic purse, nobody was hinjured and
the public could halways stand it or
grin and bear it which amounted to
the same thing."
Job Periwinkle, Gag the planter,
Tintrumpet the tailor, and suvcral
other members spoke in favor of re
ducing the expense of government,
and voting larger sums for public
improvements throughout the group.
Philip Strangcwiiys, editor of the
Tooting Rag, thought that "all pub
lic works should bu confined to the
city of Calathumpia, as the other
islands were mere outlying posses
sions where i elluument is not needed ;
and the inhabitants were just as
happy and contented roughing it, as
they would be were they to have
good roads, wharves, and other
civilized facilities for their tralllc."
Rev. AVhangbuster thought some
what differently from tho last
speaker ; inasmuch as ho had at
limes to visit the other islands in the
interest, of his church, and he found
that tho bad roads interfered very
much with his personal comfort and
the dispatch of his business."
Elias Turmoil, a trader nt an out-of-the-way
seaport, stated that he
had "listened to the discussion with
both interest and pain. lie knew
that a largo amount of the govern
ment reveuuo camo from the remote
dibtricls of the group, and that the
city of Ciilathuinpia depended near
ly wholly on the other islands for its
trade and support. But, notwith
standing these facts, the govern
ment seemed determined to expend
nothing for the Improvement of other
island towns anil districts. At the
seaport of Wailing, whero ho re
sided, there Is not even a wliarf
ami the- expense of. ligUteriug car
goes from the vcssils visiting the
port, is a very serious item for tho
traders. Tho harbor of Waiting is
naturally better than the harbor of
Calathumpia, and it is quite possible
that jealousy shapes thc Calathum
pian policy. Be this as it may, the
people of Waiting aro so incensed
ngninst tho Government that their
representative will bo chosen from
the ranks of the Opposition and ho
will vote against the government
The President, desired to explain
that it depended altogether upon the
appropriations what assistance could
be given to the other Islands. The
calls for public improvements to the
City of Calathumpia had been so
loud and incessant that they could
not bu disregarded, and even the
circular road to the top of Devil's
Sugar Bowl hill is held in abeyance
until more needed works aru con
structed in and near the city. Tho
property holdurs of (ho Calalhum
pian Party have been leniently dealt
with in rogaid to taxation, and this
fact lias (ended to decrease (he re
venue, while all (he government
salaries and perquisites have bcon
promptly paid in gold. All these
matters should be considered, in re
lation to money available for public
wotks, but he would give a govern
ment promise, which at present is
not lower than S10A per cent dis
count, that ho would see that the
blamed harbor of Waiting is attended
to in the course of a few years."
Andrew McTavish thought "there
is something rotten in tho Stato o'
Denmark. He cud see nae justice
in drainin' the itlier islands o' their
cash, and spreadin it a' on the
htteets o' ( alalhiimpia, except the
pairt that goes into tho pouches o1
government officials. There's nae
kintra wad staiiii' that. In my
native Scotland ilka deestrick, and
ilka parish an' toon has its fair
share o' government help; an', of
coorse, pays its fair share o taxa
tion. The fairness o' the bizness
prevents grumlin', an', although
the taxation is oppressive, fair play
an' equal distribution male ilka anc
content. How vera different it is
here in thae islands whar the word
fairplay is never heard, an' its
meaning' is no kent. The hael sys
tem is a game o' grab the strongest
get the pool an' the weakest get
nnsthing. When the missioncrs
cam' here thej shud hae taught the
doctrine o' fair play, an' it niicht
dae some guid were they to begin
teachin' it even nao. The word
"justice," a understood in thae
islands, is a misnomer. Ilcie it
means Calathumpian law, while in
ithor paits o' the world it means
fairplay. The doctiine o central
ization is, o' itsel, a rank piece o'
injustice; but tho policy is here
pure an' simple, in all its ugli
ness." After the delivery of the above
speech tho lawyers and the agents,
and other prominent Calathumpianc,
strutted up and down the hall with
their hands in their pockets and in
Finally Editor Straugcways moved
and Hezekiah Stringbcans seconded
that "whereas Angus McTavish had
rendered himself obnoxious to this
conclave by the expression of cer
tain opinions, lie be expelled at
once and without further ceremony"
A show of hands was then called for
and the majority favored tho mo
tion. Dick Blunt then addressed the
chair in this fashion:
"Mr. President I wish it to be
distinctly understood that if Mr.
McTavish is expelled from the con
clave that I shall also leave the
organization, and join the opposi
tion party. 1 have belonged to the
party since its first inception ; and,
like a blamed fool, carried a nfie to
sustain it. It lias since transpired
that my work at that period was to
pitchfork unworthy men into power;
to bolster up a church for which I
had no respect, and to provide
power and funds for a number of
hungry adventurers many of them
briefless lawyers. I have stayed by
the party ever since without a cent
of reward or a wish for any. I have
been with the party through good
report and bad report , although I have
always resisted corruption, presump
tions bitterness and folly within its
rauks.Ihavcaclcdthus for the benefit
of the party in my own rough war j
but my work has, ncveilhelcbs, been
effective. I have been the means of
bringing hundicds of voles lo our
side, mid have brought hundreds of
men to enrol themselves under our
banner. Now that the Calalhum
pian banner in in a fair way of being
disgraced, 1 feel that I could blow
my pioboscia in its folds. When the
party first started, it contained men
of determination and public spiriL
Now its chief lliccrw aru whining'
idiots, sycophant, and calumniators.
So far as McTavish is concerned he
has only spoken the truth, and given
advice ami suggested improvement
In his own peculiar and serious way.
It would bu better for the conclavo
that there were scores of such mem
bers as ho, instead of the fools that
disgruoe it, and the rogues that join
it for their own aggrandisement. I
shall await the action of tho con
clave in relation to the disposal of
Angus McTavish ; and if, on a re
consideiulion of tho motion, it should,
be decided to expel him, he and X
shall leave the hall together."
After a deliberation among tho
clergy and lawyeis, and a few of the
agents who wero present, expulsion
was resolved upon ; mid Dick Blunt
walked to the side of MoTavish mid,
locked arms with him,
Tlo President then read the
charges against the man to bo ex-
pelted, and the lentence was carried
out as follows:
Dick Blunt and Angus McTavish
left the table in front of tho Presi
dent and marched slowly toward tho
Wo now leave (he Mull's and go lo
With not a regret behind us ;
Our debts are paid and our plans aro
Another ciced will soon bind us.
Following the procession were a
number of other members, and
among them we noticed Job Periwin
kle, Jim Tintrumpet, find Wiggetty
Wagtail, the lawyer, who thought
he could mnka more money in the
Opposition ranks. All these gentle
men left the hall in a body.
When they were gone Long Tom
read u minute which he had written,
to the effect that Angus McTavish
had been expelled ; and that Dick
Blunt, Job Periwinkle, and Jim
Tintrumpet had cowardly left the
conclavo without permission or no
tice. The President now closed tho
meeting, and Rev. Whangbtistcr
sang the closing odo as follows :
The stream runs low with ebbing ilow,
The rooks and shoals aro bare;
But the tide will riso with swift sur
prise, And joy extinguish care.
rpilE coiip.rlnrr-diip lio-etofore exist
JL ing lielwvi'ii J t'orrper and E.
Hutchison iind'T the firm name of
Itulchi'o i & i oarper, was this day
dissolved by mutual eo-iscnt.
Honolulu, March !!0, I860. 211 3t
Vichy Water !
aENUINB Vichy Water for sale.
Price, 15 cents a dozen.
J. E. BUOWK & CO.,
211 Iw 2d Moicliiint street.
AT a -pecia' meeting or Hit' People's
lc: & Kcfiigur.ilur t lnOit this
day, Mr II ! I) iw was clc-tnl trear
urcr, . E nil r.iaiio i
YV. E. t'OSTEIt,
.-'e sciiirv P. i. ii H. Co.
Honolulu, March 2D," ISS'J. 210 3t
ALL ium'is liNVing claims against
VV. L. Vrtdenliiuij will pleusc
present them to Charles ''feighton on or
before June SO, 18;!). ios lm
'SMIE partnership hurotoforc rxisting
-L between M. K. Sanders and F. 1.
Cutter under the name of Sander's Ex
press Co. has been dissolved. The busi
ness will he carried on by 21. N. Sunders
as heretofore. F. 1. Cutter is not autho
rized to collect any monies due the firm,
cither on the express business or for the
cartage of rubbish.
200 lm 31. N. SANDERS.
V. O. Uox .".11. -503- ltell Tele. 74.
Hawaiian Busks Agency.
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Accountants & Collector
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
Manager of Advertising; Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collections will r ci-ivu spn iul iittun.
lion mid return promptly nuid'.
Real Eitato LoukIiI, Mll'i ""l l'a-ed.
Taxos Paid mid properly i. I Iv i reared.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms and (Xficcs,'
Uu.ed and reniid, and rents rnlleoied.
Fire and Lllo Insuranco efkvtrd in first,
class In u mice Companies.
Conveyancing a Specialty Itcrords
SL'aielted anil correct AlMnicts of Title
Legal Documcnti and Papers of every
descnptioii euietully diuun and liana
smncly mi j; r i-sid
Copying end Translating Ina'l languages
in i.iiii'"vl ii.i! in ihii kingdom.
Custom House Business trun-nielul with
acciuaey mi I di-paich
Loans neou iied ai lavmahlo rales.
Gold, : liver and Certificates bought und
Advcrlisumonls and Subscriptions soil,
cited for publishers.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor 'iimlbltcd.
Any Arllclo pmch.iscil nr - H
Inter-Island Orders tl '.cv. piiii.
To Let, Furnished and U.-.l;imcJ Col
(agos iudcbirablu loc.t.i i- i . , i i
icnials. Several Valuablo Prupti its in und
around the city now for fiulo andlci-o
on easy terms.
BQfAll business entrusted to our care
will ri-ceivu prompt and faithful attcn.
(Ion at inndi'inio charges Fcb,4'89
Artistic Engraver on Wood,
(Late of Harper Ilros., N. Y.)
Contracts Executed on Moderatq Tonus.
JESySpeelmens of work at olllcc."ia
Aut Djht., Hawku linos., )
New York, April, 18S7. J
Mr, Felix 'Mlurt wu for bcvcral years
employed in this establishment, and
found a coinpitent eugrnver and in all
risiHCis iv reliable und upright person,
J, G. SMITHWIOK,
Bupt. Kug. Dept., Ilorpir llros., N. Y.
BSy Orders received ut J, K, Drown
& Uo.'s, i'8 Merchant btveet, 100 lta
EipThis space is reserved for the an
nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,
which Mr. Ehrlich is personally selecting
at the Coast.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Emcb, Ellis! aid American Dry ail Fancy Goods !
A.1mo, DFinc CiiHtom-iimtlo OIotHiiify,
Furnishing- Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
J3oU TColoplione, SO -a EST
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and. nfcXSJHL WHISICY,
In Glass ami Stono Jars;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS :
Oltl Tom Gin, BeNt Brand in tlio ftlnrltet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Caso. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints nnd Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints anil Quarts.
Hitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Wntr, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfiindel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, RioHliiig, IToclcs, Etc, Etc.
tJT All of which will bu sold AT LOWEST RATES by
2170 tf Manager.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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American & European Drugs & Chemicals
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