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Prticrti to ncithtr Sect uor Party,
Hut ettiihlitlieil tot the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, APRIL 'JO, 188D.
A SUGGESTION VOICED.
It has been suggested, and we
consider the suggestion worthy of
reeord, that the puhlie convenience
would be enhanced by keeping open
Government olllees continuously
each day from the tunc of first open
ing to the hour of linal closing. It
is said that the hour at noon, from
12 to 1 o'clock, during which olll
cials vacate their oflices, is the most
convenient for many business people
having dealings ith thu Govern
ment, to be at (iovcrnment house,
aud olllces being open for the trans
action of business during that hour
would he a great accommodation.
It is not meant that olllco hours
should be increased by the addition
of an hour, btit that an hour should
be taken from one end and placed
in the middle; that is, instead of
olllce Iiouim being from 0 o'elook, a.
m. to I o'clock, p. in., with an hour
of inlcnuibsiou at noon, they be
from !) to 3 without intermission. It
may be added, thai in adopting an
arrangement of thib kind we should
follow precedents that exist else
where.' Hut whether such prece
dents are good for our imitation, in
our peculiar circumstances, may be
questionable. We merely voice the
suggestion, and invite discussion.
I wonder will Mr. lloraer ever
the of going over the miiiic old
ground and saying the same old
things over and over again. I wish
he would, aud so do many others;
but we aie beginning to lose hope.
A few weeks silence gave ground
for thinking that the end had pro
bably come, but he has started in
again, and there is no saying when
he will halt to take breath. It would
be quite entertaining to read Mr.
Horner's epistles if he varied his
subjects a little; but the everlast
ing harping on the one string with
out any change of sound has become
dreadfully monotonous, even nau
seating. New facts, new phases, or
a new anecdote relating to the same
subject might be beatable, but the
baiui' dreary nine all the time, with
no prospect of an end, "is too much
for poor weak human nature. A
icst would be to acceptable. Do
oblige us, please.
Mr. J. M.. Horner has made one
or two startling discoveries. One is
that the Bishop of Olba in a.eommu
nication to the Hi i.i.i.tin, has hinted
that the Bible u aches intemperance.
"Sow, I read the ilishop's letter, and
understood him to say or intimate
that the Bible favored the temperate
use of wine, not its intemperate use.
It takes a man of Mr. Horner's keen
sight and extreme views to discover
any other meaning in the Bishop's
words. Another remarkable tlis
covcry of Mr. Horner's is that rum
was the cause of the American civil
war, and that not rum in the (States,
but some manufactured aud imbib
ed by old father Noah shortly after
the Hood, out east. If Noah had
not got on the "bust," there would
have been no American civil war.
A wonderful discovery for the year
1889! The discoverer merits knjght
houd, canonization, and a pension to
be continued for many generations!
On a street ear the other evening,
a pubsenger who was all collar tind
cuffs, baid to u person sitting next
bun, "My only objection to these
cms is that in them there is such n
mixture: you are placed on a level
witlt the common horde. A distinc
tion of clasbes should he made."
Whoever heard of first, second and
third class on a street cur? Street
cars are a cheap means of transit
for the bentlit of the multitude. If
you feel too good to ride with tho
"common horde" on a .treet car,
you bhoulcl be able to afford a pri
vate carrringe, or to hire John .Sulli
van's curriage and pair. Another
passenger in the same car .sail) that
hit only objection to thocarBiwas
the conductors, who wrqullUie
time collecting fares, lie did not
dud the "mixture" dibgreeable,but
it was an unpleasant thing to be
called upon for a fare. Fares might
be dispensed with, aud passengers
would not be inconvenienced
It Is natural, apparently, for tho
human mind to institute compari
sons lo compare peison with per-
son, plnco with placc( etc. ; and it is
quite common to institute compari
sons that ate unjust and unlair.
For instance, people from, ur who
have seen, largo cities, compare
them and what is in llicm with Ho
nolulu and what is in it, to the dis
paragement of om selves. "In New ,
York they have over-head or under- j
feet railways; in Knti Francisco they
have cable cars; ou should sec
what publicconvcnieucesthi'V have
theatres open every night in the week
- -you can get a tmiy million course
meal in a thou-and ilitl'eteiit restau
rants any hour of the day or night,
etc., etc., etc. You are a long way
behind the times in Honolulu ; you
have none of these things, "etc., etc.,
etc. Now, who but a thoughtless
fool would expect to Hud everything
the same in a small town of 20,000
as in a large city of 500,000 or
more? If you want to make compa
risons, compare Honolulu with other
places of the same population, age,
etc., and then 'there will be some
fairness in the comparison.
A SHORT REPLY TO MR. J. M.
Kmroit Bli.i.kti.v: Some time
ago 1 had made up my mind for
various reasons not to appear in
public print again, but in view of
the fact, that Mr. Horner has pro
mised us a continuance of ids pro
hibition articles, and as this may
force the President of the United
Slates not to proclaim Thanksgiv
ing, I hasten with'pardonable soliei
tiousness for the welfare of our eoin-
inunit3' if possible to thwart Mr.
ilorner's seeming intentions.
With the religious arguments
quoted from a source that "no man
knoweth'' nor can prove, I have
very little to do. The works of
Tyndall, Huxley, Darwin, Carpen
tei Voltaire, Paine, Ingersoll, etc.,
are good enough for me. Yet be
fore entirely passing tjiem 1 must
freely admit that in self-assuming
knowledge, in assertions of facts
which nobody can prove, in pre
sumption to take me under bis wing,
in incomparable stubborness to make
people swallow his childish prattle,
in persistency to ruin the good
cause ef temperance, Mr. Horner is
simply matchless Ins grandeur
transcends expression mental disue-
tude defies conception he over
tops the Kiffel tower.
Let me pointedly ami clearly 'tell
Mr. Horner that 1 am a friend of the
temperance cause as much as I am
a hater of fanatic impossible prohi
bition. Whether I be floored by the "rum
fiend" and go to Sheol is none of Mr.
Horner's business. But I would
rather go there than be an angel in
heaven with the promised "glorious
joy" of witnessing the unspeakable
torments of others while I am
Your articles are digging an early
grave for the temperance cause of
Hawaii ; your unfathomable and il
logical Mlliucss is fomenting, no
thing but discord; and those who
perhaps would join the temperance
league, grow faint and sick at the
outpush of your mental excavator
and'.turn their backs to the good
I will ask you then, iny friend, to
amend your ways. Add to the
lustre of your disrepute anything,
but do not write. This is the last
of John F. Smith.
ENGLAND'S NEW NAVY.
An English Exchange, says that
the Government of Great Rritain
proposes during the next four years
and a half, to build seventy new
war-ships, at an expense of i.'21,
500,000 steiling. According to the
submitted scheme of the govern
ment, the First Lord of the Ad
miralty proposes that one large but-tle-ship,
three other battle-ships, five
first-class cruisers, seventeen second
class (cruisers, and six torpedo gun-
boatsi shall be built by contract, at
an approximate cost of 10,000,900;
all the contracts to he issued during
the present financial year, provided
there is no combination' among con
tractors to run up prices. This
would leave thirty-eight of the new
vessels to be provided for, upon
.which it is proposed to expend the
remaining 11,500,000. In Ihe
current financial year twenty other
vesscs will be commenced in tho
dockyards namely, four flrst-clas
battle-ships, one second-clabs battle
ship, three first-clttss cruisers, six
seciiiid-clascruiseis,aiid six torpedo
gunboats. The battle-ships are to be
the largest ever constructed, their
displacement being 1-1,000 tons, as
agaiiiBt 1 1,010 of the Nile and Tra
falgar, and their speed 17A knots.
The smaller vessels are also' to ex
hibit n great advance over the old
ones as regards their speed and dis
placement. WANTED THEIR NAMES.
' King Kallalllly of tho .Sandwich
Isle Now, gentlemen, before I ire
pare you for my mid day meal,
won't you oblige me with your res
First .Missionary Under these ex
tremely advurso circumstances I
should say that my name was Den
nis. Second Missionary Mine's Mud,
rN. Y. World. , ,,
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
X Kingdom "The Dally IJtilletiti.'
DAILY BULLETIN! HUNOLULU, H. I.,
Tin: l.wr.ti ntir.sT iamsi:s to his i.oxo
The steamer Mokolii which arrived
thii morning from Molokal, brings
now of the death of Rev. Father
Daiuicn, which sad event took place
at Kalawao, on Monday morning,
April loth, at 8 o'clock. Tho de
ceased piiest who has been at the
leper mMIUmiiciiI t lie past sixteen
years devoting his life to the care of
the unfortunate people, fell a victim
to the du-ail disease .about two years
ago. Notwithstanding this be con
ii med his labors until death claimed
hi m as above mentioned.
Immediately after death he was
dressed in priests vestments. The
Sisters lined a collln with white silk
and the lioilv was placed in it the
following day. Thu face looked
cpiite natural and showed no signs
whatever of the disease.
On the Kith, at !l o'clock a. in.,
a requiem high mass was said by
Father Wendelin the church being
crowded in every part. Father
Wendelin deliveicd a touching ad
dress from the words "The Good
Shepherd layeth down his life for
his sheep." The remains were then
carried from the church to the vault
by a number of white lepers. The
sad procession passed the settlement
where resided the late Father's boys.
A vault had been prepared under a
large lauhala tree. It whs. under
this tree where he used to sleep
when he first ariived at the settle
ment andjhc expressed a desire to be
buried underneath it.
Joseph Deveuster Damien was
born in the diocese of Malins, Trem
oloo, Belgium, January ad, 1810.
He arrived in the islands March 19,
18(54, being then a deacon. Soon
after arrival he was oidained a
priest. His first residence was at
Puna, Hawaii, afterwauls removing
to Kohala. On one trip from Ko
hala to Honolulu, in 1873, with the
late Bishop Maigret, -the steamer
touched at the Leper Settlement.
While at anchor a number of lepers
came around the steamer in canoes,
and Father Damien was much touch
ed at their sad appearance. He got
permission to go ashore, and upon
his return, he asked the Bishop to
let him live at the settlement. The
Bishop said he had not power to do
so, Father Modeste, who was then
Superior, would have to be con
sulted. This was done and finally
Father Damien took up his residence
on Molokai and Inter at the settle
ment. Week after next a letittieni mass
for the repose ol the soul of the late
Father will be held at Die Roman
AN INTERESTING LETTER
S this is Jubilee year it tends lo
ol the Might of lime, and in this way
I am reminded that I am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the very first, and
have sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember the
first circular you sent out some nine
or ten years ago. You had come to
England from Atneiica to introduce
Mother SeigolN Curative Syrup,
and I was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Heing a stranger in a strnge land,
I do not wish the people to feel that
I want to take the least advantage
over lliein. I feel that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
say lhat unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied foi the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far tl)c best remedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I haVe met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following hyniptonis: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of lh.- food a'ter eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, nnd the blood is
out of order. Upon repealed in
rjuiiies, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I nui better," or "I am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom or never been before in the
case of any medicine is that peoplu
tell each other of its virtues, aud
those who have been cured bay to
tho suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, it will
imiku you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will mime one or
two that happen to come Into my
Two old gentlemen, whoso names
they would not liko me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
mid Dyspepsia for many years.
Thoy Imtl tried all kinds of niedi-
la&l&j. :.. .tfe..
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad ho could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both recovered,
and were as linlu and hearty as men
in the piimu of life.
A remarkablo case is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, vyho
lived at Penshurst, In Kent. Ilia
business obliged him to expose him
self a grcit deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, aud his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful.' Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed lo reach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
work, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '70, he had lo give
up and take to his bed. He had
been allhctcd in this sorry way lor
three years, and was gelling worn
out aiid discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 13 for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without tho
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Scigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before lie had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a -Is. Gd. bottle, and as 1 was going
Hint way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting lo his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to be out here,
man, it may be the death of you,
alter being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup has
done for me in a few days what the
doctors could not do in three yeais.
1 think 1 shall get well now." '
He kept on with the Svrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again,
and has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine thai can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Rrri.ur (Jkaiiam,
Ol Graham & Son.
Ilolloway House, Sunbury,
June L'.")th, 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup lo cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humours that arise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited. 35,
Farringdon Road, Loudon, Kng.
TTvURING iinprovi menu tli
I. V. BOWKN & CO
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
On GOOD FRIDAY, April 19111,
AT Til K
F. HORN, Proprietor
Tiie Best Hot Gross Bis
Can be had at
On Good Friday,
April 19, 188",
From 0 a. m. until S p. in,,
And will bo delivered
To any p'irl of ihu city.
SpiuI in Your Onlcrx JOurly.
By older of J. W. Kalmi, Admlnle.
liator of the Estate of ,1. L Knpuknlil,
ofLahaina, Maul, deceased, I will su'l
nt Public Auction, at the Government
Pound, Walliiku, Maui,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT II O'CLOCK A. 31..
Tho following animals:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian fired Horses.
1 Tame MXTJLiII! !
T. W. EVERETT,
Wiilluku, Maul, April 8, 1831). 21!) td
ABRIL 20, 188b.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Dyorde. ot Mr. I'lim. II lurid, I will
sell lit Publ'u Auction, at my
Hulcrcmtn, IJ'iccn street,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT IK O'CLOCK XOO.V,
Hereford Bull !
Imported from New .calnnd and regis,
J AS. P. MORGAN,
Wednesday, April 24.-,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At t e resident e nf .Mr. V . W. Camp
bell, No 7!t licrciunia sticet, opposite
he Hawaiian Hotel, I will sell at
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
Com pr I si n g
New Center & Sofa Ms,
Lace Cuiinlus it Poles,
1 Handsome Wicker Parlor Set
Willi I'lu-h Co-liions;
t Hovelled Plate, (llass .Mirror,
P tinting Vt Piuure..-.,
Decorated Hanging Lamps,
Missive Muck W. Center Tnlde,
H. W. Murblet.tp Table,
1 BAY. Colored Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Mnllris-es & Pillows,
Mack Walnut Cliellbniere,
1 B. W. Mil lili-iiii' Hciliooni Scl,
Extension Dining Table,
B. W. Marbletop Sideboard,
Cook Stovi & U'cii'-ils,
Gmilen Ilosf, ToiiK
Canary Bird and Cages,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Closing Out Sale
Hy order of Mr. Jinx Eclinr', I will sell
ni Public Auction, at his store,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
II is Entire Stock of (Jooils, comprising a
Fine Assortment of
Cluster DIAMOND Bins !
Diamond Bieast Pins,
Pearl Sotting, Gold Kings,
Uolil Brooches & bracelets,
A Large Assortment of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Brooches, Eurlngs& Sleeve Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware,
Tea i.ml Coffee .Sets,
Toilet Set, etc Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Large Lot of Wood "rumu Clocks,
Show Cases, Shelving ii Fixtures,
One Large Iron Safe !
Etc., Etc., Eic., Etii.
JdQyKcir.ciHUer llmt nil (joods must be
solil regardless of cost. Sjilt-mliil chance
JAS. E. MORGAN,
NOTICE JF SALE !
BY virtue of a power of sale contained
in a certain inorluuge deed given
by.J. D. Paioniil to Keallna, nf North
Kohala, Hawaii, dated October 10. 1887,
mid recorded In Liber 110, page 125, and
In pursiiutico of notice of intention to
foreclose heretofore publibhcd, there
will bu sold at Public Auction, by .fas.
J Mo'gmi, Auctioneer, nt his Bales
room, Queen direct, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 2i)th,
AT lit O'CLOCK XOO.V.
All and Singular the Premises,
Conveyed by said mortgage deed
lnt All thou Premises situated at
Lnhuiiki, Kukuipahu, Kohala, Hawaii,
and more puiticuhiily described in L.
C. A. 8S!)I, to Kukiilohi, coniuinlni? mi
urea of (J acres; and conveyed !o mid
I. D. Pononui by deed of said Kukalolio
lecorded in Liber 8', page -ITS,
Jiiiil All those Prcmittcs described
in J. O. A. S"1I2, In Koanllmoku, con.
ti'.iniug an area of lii :!!() acre, together
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed lo said J. I). Pononui by
deed or K'Miahu et al, India or Mild
grantee, rccorilod in I.lticr B2, page 172.
Ami till the rights and privileges to tho
same impel tainliig.
W. C. Aciii, attorney for mortgagee.
Honolulu, April 12, ItB'.i.
JAS. E. AIOltUAN,
828 8teod Auctioneer.
kwfr-i kV K-.
HWtt!IWI.'lKMWJOiUUINWWlHm miMiiii Wl iWf
Ladies', Misses' it Children's Untrimmed Hats,
Fine French Flowers, Fancy Ills, OriiaiMts, Laces,
WILL RK KXHIH1TED
Thi.s Tuesday, Wednesday and the Host of This Week.
Wu have imported tho linet eliisa of Millinery, legnulless the codt,
knowing the tiHle of Honolulu Indies. The ktlien hip
eoidinlly invited to inspeet our goods,
GHAS. J. F8SHEL,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort it Hotel bIb.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received a
tar BARGAINS - New Line of B BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices Hum ever
ZVovoKiei-i jum.1 l!iiiy Goods, In JL.tvi'ro "Viwiety.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
Pcrccns, Combined Bevel Square, Stan,
(bird. Goodrich etc', Hi-wini; Machine',
Bicycled, Tricycles, Velocipede?, etc.
Office, corner of Bethel and Ki'npst",
upstairs. Apr-i 7 8!l-ly
A DIVIDEND of Tlirec Dolhns pi r
ab ue will be piid to the share,
holders, of the Inter Ulan I Stenn N'.ivi.
Ration Co. on Wl DNfiSDA Y, A ii!
11th hist, atthuiroslice, o i Queen street.
.1. EX A,
Secretin v I. I. tf. N. Co.
Honolulu, April 1(1, tfiS ?. 22.1 lit
OUDEBS for the Odorless Excavator
will receive prompt attention if
lo No. 220
U. BOLTE i- hereby authorizi d
to fcicn our linn rinniu by procuru.
lion. M. S. GKLNHAUM & CO.
Honolulu, April 12, 1889. 2i!2 lw
ON. SAMUEL M. DAMON holds
iny nower ol utlme to acl for
me during my absence from this King,
dom. CIIAS. R. BISHOP.
Honolulu, April 12, 18S0. 222 lw
AH I intend to close out my business
on April 2."tli, I i,'ive notice that
all watehen unci jewelry, left over three
mouths fur rapture, will bu sold at auc
tion, if not claimed mi that date. All
outstanding account- not, paid on April
30th, will be placed in the hands of a
220 id MAX KOKAKT.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Vi UABLK Lot al the
curner of Foil und
Hohdol Hliects, over J;fofan
aero 11111 otie Cottage. Applv to
214 tf .1. M. 'VIVAS.
AI10USK Willi 3 largo and
i) small minis with kit
chen and bathrrom attached,
on Alnkea street, rpposito Dr. lie
WaynuV. A ply to John Cook, on pre.
mines, or ill tills olllce. 210 tf
ROOMS TO LET
cd ltooni9. Hoard if re.
quired. Apply at "Chamber.
lain Home," Kng street, opposite Ka.
walaluio tfcmlmiry. 184 tf
Furnished Rooms To Lot
CLKAN, plcustint Rooms to
lei at thu McUrew Uoubu,
riccnily occui jud by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl street, oppoalte the North
Pacific Iubtitutc. 223 lm
Carriago For Salo Cheap.
I NKW Ciiluuder Car.
1 riuge just finished
and handsotncly tt Initncd
lu lira l clusd btyle must be immediately
told to close nu assignment, can bu seen
atW. II. Page's cirrlago manufactury,
No. 12a Fort street.
HAWAIIAN DUSINKSS AGENCY.
t of St
Freeh Lot of
POSITION a-, governess, companion
or hmiMikeoper, by a lady recently
liom llic Mules. Address "L. C," this
ollice. 224 lw
San Francisco, Cal.,
Febtuary 19, 1860. J
WE herewith certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller are our duly nu
Ihorized unci only agents for tho Ha
waiian Islands for the sale of our Lager
Beer in kog.
JOHN Wl ELAND BREWING CO.,
ISO tf John H. Wieland Bros.
Kenioval of Barber Shop.
TIT P. JARDIM ha? removed bis
J.tX shop liom Klmr stieet to McCar
thy's Billiard Parlot", Fort street, where
he is prepared lo seive with the best
care and neatness the avocation of Jub
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 23-811. ly
Alt. BOWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllce and h:iiiuiic at Hawaiian
Hotel Mnbles, coiner Hotel und Richard
sttcets. Scientific lieatnunt in all die
eii'jCH of domibtic animal; Orders for
plnntalii u und taiich lock promptly
iitlemkd to. Mutual Teh phone 854,
P. O Box 32H. mb-1889
Club House DiniDg Room
Having secured the services of a
First CIumh Cook
And made inanj other changes- in the
management we are now pre.
partd lo put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
Caution to Purohaaers.
AH Hosiery exported from Balbringan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (.L'd), lias tills
Trade Mark on each article.
Hy mi Acl of Purliami n lately passed
it Is made u felony to iibe Ihe word Hal.
briggan ou goods not manufactured
there, cither by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless Hie
place where manufactured is also stated
iu equally large letters us the word
SMYTH & CO. (LM), '
The Original Hulbiiggau Hosiers,
Per W. C. Sproull. i
I have now on hand a Large Assort
In nil colors and styles,
Specially made to my order and patteru,
W. C. HPKOULL.
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