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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1889.
Bk Lady Lampsou from Snu Frnnelsco
Brit bk Jas L llaiwiiy i:t7 days from
Stnir (J R Bishop from ICoolau
Schr llalciikala for Pepcekeo
Bktno W II Dlmond for Sun Francisco
at 1 p in
Sclir I.cnlii for Kohnhi
Schr Luku for Haniaktta
From windward ports per Ptmr Mlkn
hala. AugG G A Neth, Father Itmiult,
c; Ij Brlto. 1) I Crowley and wife, .las
Dawson, Mis lluj;ho, Miss L Kaiikaha,
TWlbS Dickenson, Miss llaysclden, 11
lUeinciiscliiieldcr, 11 A Amain, Mrs Ka
io, and -10 deck passengers.
For Maul per stmr Llkellkc, Aug (!
Rev 11 11 Gowcn, YV II llalstead, Rev 11
Ise.nbcrg, .1 Crowder anil eoii, Vlda
Tlirutn, and about i!0 deck.
For Kaiinl per stmr Walaleale, Aug 0
Mr .lusllco S U Dole, Hon W O Smith
and 2 children, A Rosa and wife. His
Ex O V Ashford, l)r lleldcn, .1 V Kalua
and wife, C 12 lUngslov, Masters Widdi
tleld and Cliainberlaln", 0 llarnlluld.Mrs
O O nerger and 2 children, II W Auid.
Miss l'ayoii, A Faye, U M. Sproull and
about 2U deck.
For San Francisco per bktne W II Dl
mond, Aug 7 MrsLS Bennett, G A
Xeth, S ilohr, Mrs Dcmmhig and
daughter, N L Ohaco, J Anderson and
wife, L W Andrews.
The Brit bk Jas L llarway arrived
this afternoon 137 days from BoytOD,
with a general cargo of merchandise
consigned to Messrs 0 Brewer & Co.
The baikentlne V II Dlmond, Unpt E
P Drew, took to San Francisco to-day
Cl(!7 bags of sugar, a.",2 J bags of rice, 2
bags coffee, 744 empty beer kegs, 200
bunches bananas, 4 cases' effects. For
eign value 894; domestic value 808,
031.17. The Hawaiian bark Lady Lanip'on
arrived this morning from San Fran
cisco v ith merchandise valued at 320.
S2G, including 8.")0bbls Hour, 1!)33 ctls
barley, 113 ctls wheat, 184 cs canned
goods 1122 lbs tea, B cs salmon. 1015
sks bran, ill ctls oats, 330 bis hay, 72 ctls
corn, 50 sks middlings, 1000 lbs tobacco,
and 10,003 ft lumber.
The stinr Mlkahala arrived Tuesday
afternoon from Maul and Hawaii witb
il,020 bags sugar, 101 bags awn, 140
hides, 1 horse, 25 head cattle, 15 pigs,
and C4 packages sundries.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
is the last complete newspaper his
tory of the late insurrection to be
issued from this ollice. As there is
likely to be a demand for it long
after the supply is exhausted, all
desirous of having copies for the
next mails and for preservation
should secure them promptly. The
whple edition is about two thousand
and a large part of it was bought up
tliis morning for the Dimond's mail.
The contents-comprise all that ap
peared in our steamer extra, includ
ing the fine illustrations, and nil
matter appearing later in the daily
up to Tuesday. - No single sheet
issued has so comprehensive a his
tory of the past eventful week.
A FINE ANIMAL.
IIoi). A. F. Judd received per W.
S. Bowne last month a thoroughbred
shorthorn or Durham bull. This
animal was bred by J. S. Latimer &
Sons at Abineton, Illinois, and is
named Grand" Duke 2nd, 80,798,
being registered on page 167 in Vol.
553 of American Short Horn Herd
Hook. Grand Duke was calved
March G, 1887, and is consequently
but two years aud five months old.
He weighed as ho left the cars in
Sail Francisco from San Mateo Co.,
to be shipped here, 149(T1bs. This
bull's sire is Fennel Duke (40070)
and his dam is Blooming Heath 5th,
(43528), and he counts among his
ancestors, Duke of Thornda'le 10th,
Duke of Glostcr, Duke of Ilillliurst,
Grand Duke 2nd (12901) and Duke
of Geneva 7th, of world wide repu
tation. This bull was sold to Mr.
Judd by Mr. Robert Ashburner of
Baden Station, San Mateo Co,, Cal.,
who is well known in this country.
The large iron building erected
on Queen street by Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlane & Co. for tho storage of
machinery and railway material, was
made by Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson
& Co., Glasgow, Scotland. Its
dimensions are 100ft. long, 10ft
wide, aud 17 feet high to eaves. It
is all iron and entirely fireproof.
The floor is of conereto with lines of
rails laid to save the floor nnd facili
tate the handling of heavy machin
ery. There are four largo sliding
doors. Drays can drive right
through, round the west end of the
building, and out to the street again
without backing. A hiuitl traverse
crano running in u travelling box
girder is arranged to pick up ordi
nary pieces or fuses from any part
of the building. Tho traveller is
carried on l2inoli rolled iron beams
placed on lop of columns 14 feet
high, on the sides of which are
boiled other columns or brackets for
carrying tho roof, This design en
sures the stress on the columns or
the traveller awl its load being al
ways 'perfectly vertical, awl Wo
provides ventilation nil round, The
total woight of tho iron work Is 50
tons, There aro 10 east iron col
umns, The building U an ornament
to that part of tjio town. Us orco
tlnu was personally bijicrysuil ly
Mr, Hubert Cation.
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IQCAL & QEHERAL HEWS.
A homkstuad on Lililiu etrofat
offered for sale.
Tin; busiest mini in Kona, Hawaii,
nil lust week was tlio new doctor.
Rnv. II. 11.
Maui to enjoy
Tin: At ion picnic on Saturday
ptoniiseu to be lamely attended and
A mi'.etinu of tbo Honolulu Arion
will be brld tins evening, at the usual
time and place.
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Tin: lT. K. S. Alert was decorated
Willi bunting to-day in honor of the
King, who visited the Fionoli ilug
bliip. Thirteen sailors of the U. S. S.
Nipsiu who had broken liberty, were
returned on boaid this afternoon by
Mil. M. M. Williams, retoned to in
the item, "A Traveled Cake," yester
day, was paymaster and not steward
of the British warship.
Rr.v. George Wallace has an
nounced from Ufa pulpit Hint hovill
leave for the Stales, August iiOlh.
His return is indefinite.
Tin: Post Oilico dispatched to
Francisco by the barkcntiiu1 W.
Dlmond to-day, 1,149 letters
1,091 packages of papers.
When the Lady Lainpson came
into port this morning she had her
ilag Hying at half mast out of respect
to the memory of the late Mr. An
Copies of the "Proceedings of the
Diocesan Synod," at 25 cents each,
may bo had at tho residence of the
lay "secretary, Mr. C. II. White, No.
4 Emma street.
The King attended by Piincc lva
lanianaolc and Mr. J. W. Rohortson,
Vieo-Uhiimberlain, visited the French
flagship Duqucsno this morning.
Tho iibual salute was fired.
The band on boaid the French
flagship Duqucsno will give a con
cert at the Hawaiian Hotel, Thurs
day evening, commencing at 7:H0
o'clock. It is said to he a very line
band, and the concert will no doubt
attract a, large attendance.
Mr. Gus Ncth, the Hawaiian Ho
tel tousorial artist, returned from a
trip to the Volcano yesterday, and
left this morning on the W. II. Di
niond for his home in Germany, to
be absent about four months. The
barber's shop at the Hotel during
that time will be in charge of Mr.
The following nino vaB given to
the Bulletin by J. W. (cold) as the
team to play against the Stocktons,
but the latter want to play all the
Hawaii Legue clubs in turn : J. Hay
Wodchouse c, P. Davis p, B. Baldwin
3rd b, II. Whitney 2nd b, E. Wodc
house 1st b, G. Lucas ss, A. Lucas rf,
Chan. Wilder cf, Friedenburg If.
The following item is from the
Lebanon Enterprise, Marion County,
Kentucky : Dr. W. T. Monsarrat per
formed a very'skilful operation, some
days ago, on a colt belonging to A.
K. Russell by inserting a tube into
the windpipe. The colt could hardly
bicathcuiid was ncaily dead before
the operation was peiformed. It is
now well and all right. Tho Doctor
certainly understands bis business.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Service at Central Union Church,
Service at St.Andrcw's Cathedral,
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of 1?
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of 1
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Meeting Honolulu Arion Society,
FOUR MORE CHARGED.
In the Police Court this morning
Thos. Spencer, George Baker, Kau
hikoa and Wahineaua were charged
willi treason and remanded to the
ll'th. Spcncc at the time of his
arrest was editor of the Kuokoa
newspaper and lias written many
articles commendatory of the prevent
Government. Baker is a well known
A DANGEROUS PLAYTHING.
On Monday afternoon botween 4
and 5 o'clock Dr. F. L. Miner re
ceived a telephone message to pro
ceed at once to the house of Mr.
George Wond on Punchbowl street.
Arriving there the doctor found Mr,
WowI'b son, a boy of about seven
years of age, covered all over with
blood, a small hole over his right
eye and tho nose, another just over
the heart, two in tho cud of his
thumb, and his right leg and thigh
peppered with holes, Upon exam
ination the doctor could find no shot
at all. Thu little fellow said an
other boy had shot him, Upon
looking around a giant ponder car
tridge was found in the next yard
Just vacated by C, W, Hort, and
from what Dr, Miner tells us it is
apparent that tho boy had found
one, which exploded while ho was
playing with it, Tho wounds ro
not suiious ami the little fellow will
tioou he nil light,
The idea of a single legislative
house, Instead of thu usual Umuu
and Senate, is nl1 to bu regarded
with cnnMdeiablo favor by the ld.
gates, to tho North Uakotu Con&lltn.
THU DAMIEN MEMOMAL.
Hpoccli of (lie Trlnco of Walrs nt
The following extracts arc taken
from the London Globe's report of
the first meeting of the committee
for promoting a memorial to the late
Father Damion, which was hekl on
June 17th at Marlborough House
and presided over by thu Prince of
The Prince of Wales, in opening
the proceedings, said the heroic life
aud death of Father Damion had not
only aroused sympathy in this coun
try, but it had' gone deeper; it had
brought home to us that the circum
stances of our Indian and colonial
empire oblige us in a measure to
follow his example, not only in re
gard to foreigners, but in connec
tion with our own fellow-subjects.
India, with its 250,000 lepers, and
our colonies with their increasing
victims to a loathsome disease, had
a far stronger claim on our aid than
the poor natives of the Hawaiian
Islands could ever have on the
young Belgian priest who had given
his life for llicni. To mark our debt
to him as well as our sympathy with
his noble solf-sacrificc he proposed
to this committee a memorial scheme
embracing three objects. The first
was a monument to Father Daiuien
on the spot at Molokai where his re
mains were intcned: thu second
was the establishment of a leper
ward in London, probably attached
to some London hospital or medical
school, and the endowment of a
travelling studentship to encourage
the study of leprosy ; and the third
was a full and complete inquiry into
the question of leprosy in India,
where there were about 250,000
lepers, and no adequate means of
dealing with tho evil. The first
part of this scheme needed no com
ment; its fitness was manifested
immediately it was named. The
second part of the scheme required
sonic consideration or explanation.
It might be said that there were but
few lepers in London, and that
these were now treated in the gen
eral hospital most convenient for
them. But thcBe objeclioin strength
ened the argument he submitted to
them. A 3pecial study of leprosy
was acknowledged to be necessary,
aud the fewer the cases that occur
red in this country, the more im
portant it was that they should
be studied by spi-iialiili. Lon
don should be looked upon
as the centre of all knowledge.
No reason for refusing to es
tablish a leper ward could be urg
ed which might not with equal jus
tice be urged against the founding
ot a chair of astronomy in London,
fjecause few observations could be
taken in our misty atmosphere
(laughter). But if leprosy were
communicable, we ought to seek to
limit as far as possible the chance of
its spreading. Further, lepers were
not welcome patients at the general
hospitals; and in the state of doubt
which existed as to the infectious
ness of leprosy hospital authorities
were justified in hesitating to admit
lepers to wards open for the treat
ment of ordinary diseases. Very
recently great dilliculty occurred in
Dublin in dealing with a case of
leprosy, that of a soldier just return
ed from India. Not three years ago
a leper lad wandered about Folkes
tone without home or shelter, until
a physician gave an orcier lor ins ad
mittance to the London Hospital.
At the present time a leper, with bis
hands distinctly infected, was en
gaged iw business in a London meat
market. Such facts as these, taken
almost at haphazard, showed the ne
cessity for a leper ward in London
Mr. E. Clifford, who was intro
duced by His Royal Highness as the
most fitting person to move the first
resolution, proposed that a monu
ment to Father Damien should be
erected on the spot where his re
mains are interred. He read an in
teresting letter from Brother James,
giving an account of Father Da
mien's last moments.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
The above llrm expect an entire
new stock of goods direct from Eng
land in a short time, and for thai
reason are closing out their present
stock at a reduction of twenty-live
per cent. In looking over the latter
yesterday there was noticed "hade
veils and lamp goods of every des
cription, pot pourri California wild
Ilowers for perfuming rooms, elec
tric light brackets, stand lamps and
chandeliers, full line of glassware,
rugs in many colors, terra cotta
llower potn, yellowware, bean pots,
individual oils aud -Yiucgurs, full
lino of Ilavllanda ware for porce
lain painting and porcelain paints,
artists' materials, bronze paint,
Maddoek & Son's iror.btonc china,
Ilavilaud's French china, llllers and
water coolers all sizes', oil paintings,
giaviiics, etc. The llrm have also a
kiln for burning china which will be
set up In a few days, While In San
Francisco lately Mr. .1. L. Tarbert
paid particular attention to this
work. Tho picture frame depart
ment is very complete and a llrsl
class wmkmaii ta on hand all thu
Hum, Thu store is well worthy of a
visit at the pieseut time,
i .m. .LJU- i . x.
4 i'ouuiry uouior in uutuna geis
ten cents a visit, Altu,
John ltutlur, the negro messenger
who aocompuiiifd our Samoau Com.
inlasioners to Itrillu, Iihb hcon Inter
viewed, and says the Emperor Is
undersized mid IllsigiiilluHiit'lnoklng,
"iin' like a Jack don a Hiug,"
I uu&umuii 4 August r. nmu.
ITEMS FROM KONA.
Three Chinesa fell under tho
penalty of tho opium prohibitory
statutes at Kailua, Hawaii, on Satur
day. Opium smoking. Fifty dollar
School examinations have had
their days in Ivona as elsewhere.
Napoopoo showed up on the 25th
and lvonafacna on the 20th. Largo
attendances of spectators filled the
buildings and verandas at both
places. The school houses are botli
new, the one at Napoopoo having been
opened for business on the Otli May
and the lvonawacua structure in
The Napoopoo English school,
Mr. N. Logan, teacher, has been in
operation since October last. The
native Hawaiian parents and guaul
ians in the locality as well as those
of Keli have manifested a commend
able intei est in the English school.
They are evidently desirous of giv
ing the young people everj possible
opportunity of being wiser than the
generation of their predecessors.
The usual "dialogue, song and reci
tation" piogramme was hardly car
ried out at Napoopoo, The exer
cises consisted of leading, spelling,
practical exhibits in colloquial Eng
lish, dictation, and arithmetic. The
lads of the third reader distinguished
themselves in the oratorical line,
each one delivering a speech, not
found in the books, on various sub
jects of local and personal interest.
The speeches were in English and
had been prepared by the teacher
nnd turned over to the respective
orators for preparation three days
before the event. All passed off
well. At Konawacna, Mrs. Sunter,
teacher, ordinary school work was
supplemented by song, dialogue and
recitation. Pupils displayed good
proficiency in the practical as well as
the amusing numbers on the pro
The "general health of the city is
good, the death record from natural
causes for the past two months being
lower than the comparative monthly
reports of the past five years.
The work of systematic examina
tion of the city still continues, the
result being that the odorless ex
cavator has been kept busy for the
past three months. Measles, which
made its appearance in June, has
been entirely stamped out, the dis
ease being confined to two case3.
During the present month, two build
ings have been shifted from Kaka
ako and placed in position at Ivalihi.
Everything is now in good woiking
order. C. B. .Reynolds,
Agent Board of Health.
July 30, 1889.
Wkdnt.sday, Aug. 7.
J. Holan and Awana had each to
pay SO for drunkenness.
Soo Yin, for assault with a deadly
weapon, and Peter Quinn, for as
sault and battery, were both dis
charged. Thos. Spencer, Geo. Baker, Kau
hikoa and Wahineaua, charged witli
treason, were remanded to the 14th.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
KIClOIti: tl'CULI.T J.
Wi:i)Si:sday, August 7.
In re estate of Hopu (k), late of
Kalawao, Molokai, deceased intes
tate. Petition of C. A. Brown to
be appointed administrator. Partly
heard and continued until Aug. 28,
1889. F. M. Hatch for petitioner;
J. A.- Magoon for Makahia, an heir.
The following description of II.
11. M. S. Calliope, which survived
the naval disaster at Apia, Samoa,
will be found interesting: This now
famous vessel was built at Ports
mouth in 1883, and has a larger
proportion of engine power to dis
placement than tcsscIs of her class.
Her displacement is about 2,770
tons, and the engines can develop
tJ,000 horse-power. The engines
were made by J. and G. Hcnnic, of
Mlackfriars, and arc of tho horizon
tal double piston-rod tandem descrip
tion, with four cylinders, the high
pressure cylinders being of 12in.
diameter, and the low-pressure of
72-in. diameter, with a stroke of
atiin., making about 'JO revolutions
per minute, at full power with
natural draft. Tho boilers, six in
number, arc of tho ordinary horizon
tal type, the lubes being in a line
with the furnaces, placed in two
groups of three boilers, oach boiler
being 18ft. flin. long by Oft. LMn,
diameter, with a total heating sur
face of 0,251 square feet, and grate
surface of 1101 square feet; working
steam pressure, 001b. The surface
condensers are entirely of gun
metal, with a condensing surf nee of
0,000 square feet. The engines
were made originally very strong
throughout, with the view of thu
addition of increased power by
forced draft, and tho screw was
uiudo on the feathering principle.
TIANO FOR SALE.
"N account of departure from
country a Oeiutliiu PUcher I'luno
will buBobliitu hirgiiln, TholiiMiuiiicnt
Is nuaily nuw of tho upright style, fovea
anil a third oiituveH Ami lu iiurfent order
Also, 1 Automatic KcuIiik .Mnchlno,
luruuM blzi) and In perfect cnmlitlou,
Adilieis "E," IIUM.KT1N Ollice,
OLDEST DAILY In lUu
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as?" IT STANDS -t
B&New York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority .
No belter example of the estimation in which this great Company is held, can be given, than by a com
parative statement of the business done by itself aud its chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New York. In New York a man can gel his information direct from the Home (Jlllce of the largest companies,
and has more accurate opportunities of judging their respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in tho
City of Now York during Hie year 1888 tho Equitablo wrote a larger amount of new business than was
written by its Two LargOBt Competitors Combined, hi the State of New York the Equitable
wrote 1,808,431 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together.
It did the Largest Business in the United States, as well as in the World at a time when all Companies
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict goes with the Fquitablo is on account ot the Popularity of its
Plans and tho Promptness and Fairness of its xJusincss Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms
its Policus have been and are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach
the Equitablo record for promptness in this regard. Tile New Policy of the Equitable just out is-
(like a bank draft) a simple promise
BSTFor full particulars call on
rPRY McCarthy's Ciikr.
Uiilcr at McCarthy's.
Bcrclniiia Sstvoet Line.
Oil WKDNESDAY, August T.h.nml
until furilii-r notice all ihe Curs on Ihe
Itcrcl'inia Sticet Line will run domi
Poll ttreel .v' fur us Mnelm lane's corner
on the following schedule times:
Leave Oaliu College nl 5:.V3 n. in. and
every nllcrmilc hour until G-M p. m.
Leave Corner cf Pimaliou and Bsre
tania Streets nt ti-Sl a. in. and every
hour until 8:50 p. m.
The Cars on this Route will
Leave Mncfurlnno's Corner on Queen
Street, at 7:24 n. m. and every hour
until 0:24 p. m. The Cars leaving nt
the even hours, bitch as 8:21, 10:24, etc.,
(with the exception of the 8:24 p. m.1,
will run up to thu College.
N C As the present arrangements
on this Hue arc only provisional, peiul.
ing ihe arrival of nddilionnl Cars, the
public aie requested to satisfy them,
selves with this a-Jvcrliscincnt, which
will nppcar three limes. Time tables
will he issued in due course. 318 ilt
f VVO Men, one to lake care of horses,
X the other for a tancli as general
furincr. Apply at this ofllcc. 310 tf
BY a Japanese man nnd wife; the
man to work in yard and stable,
the woman to do houbework nutl cook
Apply at this ofUce. 317 lw
SEALED tenders will
the Enterprise Mill
be received at
Ollice, lor two
weeks from date, for the construction
of a Two.story Home. Plans and specl.
fictitious can he been at the ollice of
Enterprise Mill. 311 2w
HAS the best and cheapest Black
Rock, Coiil, Sand nnd Boil for
sale in any quanli'y. Apply at the law
olllccof Willhim (J. Achl, No. at! Mer.
chant street, Honolulu, II. I. HOI m
European Billiard Parlors.
rplIE Handsomest Billlaid Parlors in
X the city, and fitted up in thu most
approved style. Four tables with nil tho
J. P. 1IOWEN A CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
Notico to Shippers.
& TTI'OK completion of lay.
i, U inc of the Hawaiian
icillo Cable on or about
f4?3fl& Aueust UUi, the Al Ul Inner
Bchooncr"0. II. Tupper," Captain C. J.
Kelley, 100 tons, will he open for charter
for uny American or British Columbian
port, or will return direct to Vicloiin,
11. O. For freight and iiaseago apply ts
K O. Hall & Ssn, Honolulu, II. I.
BARTHOLOMEW & BAKER.
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
aiO Fort street.
QTORE, r.to. now ocuiinluil by
P Mr, Wolte, Unwer,
Va Apply to
A, .!, OARTWlUCiHT,
Wi t( Merciful atret't,
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
if Assurance Society,
THE UNITED STATES.
to pay and is without conditions on its
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Aqent for the Hawaiian Islands.
H 58 1 fh ftrfiff w 3
3BJ-JA.OK: and WHITE
50 CENTS "S- 50 CENTS
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
COHNEH VOKT & HOTEL STREETS.
JLO " JL e
JUST RECEIVED PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
I8ISATEEIS, SEERSUCKERS & PMTS,
ILaces Ac DEmXioicleries, -i
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Carriage manufacturing Co,
All Kinds of Carriage I Wagon Reiairag '
PATENT BREAKS nrlKlnated in Honolulu by ub have beeu
Reduced 125 Per Cent in Price.
JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of
IIuliH, Felloes, Kims,
lMunlcutc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Doublo Trees, Etc., Etc.
gjTAhh AT A OUEATLV REDUCED RATE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
During th Year 1888,
Funds on Hand
Deo. 31, 1888, for
Futuro Dividends, r
ardware Co., L'd,
FULL LINES OF
PAINTS, OIL, YAMSHES,
Turpentine. Etc., Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
Revere Rubber Co., Boston.
ALL QUALITIES OF-
Call and examine our New
-o- SAILOR -o- HATS
EHLEBS & CO.
under the management of MISS
Etc., Etc., Etc,,
AT A BARGAIN-
Very Low Prices.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
White Oak Spokes?
. ,i il mii i;