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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, IPV,
Stinr Kiiiuu from Hawaii an ) Mnul
isuui KU.iiieu 11 u Horn mniikua
bum limilu Hum uooliiu
Am rclii Uolileii Fierce, Holland, 20
days from S F
Schr Kuulllua from Kaunl
Sclir Kawnllaul for ICooluu
IJr bk Eskclnlo, Murdoch, for Portland,
Stinr Pclc for Koua ports ut 10 a in
Sclir Hulcakulu for Pepoekeo
Am iohr UoliUm Fleece, Holland, for
Jalult, SIS I
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktue Discovery, McNeil, for San
tfw bk Ophlr for Poit Towuscud
Am tern V S Iiowue, Bluhm, San Fran
Am bkt Amelia, New ball, Humboldt
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
Klnau, Oct 23 Mrs D II Hitchcock, 11
O Austin, Mis W V Goodale and chilu,
V A Peiry, Mrs J Smith, Miss E Smith,
MisaN smith, Miss K Smith, Sinister J
Taylor, K Stiles, J h Ulalsdell uud 3
chlldicn, Geo F Holmes. Miss M
Holmes, Miss A Holmes, Miss Kuhale
laau, Miss Kapola, W J liiodlc, J S
Smithies, Geo Hall, Jr, T S Kay, Mrs J
S Lemon, A O Dowsett, Y' K Howell,
ills M liose, Mrs J I Dowsett, 3 cull-'
dreu and muse, and Si deck.
For Kauai, per stinr .i ikahala, Oct 23
WiSims, Mrs n W Wilcox, Mis Ulndt,
E M Walsh, Mr Gooducre, and JO deck.
The Klnau brought, 23rd lust, 1,750
baj;s sugar, lb4 bags spuds, lOi bags
corn, la bales wool, 3J bags coin, 1
hoise, 133 pkga sundries.
The Swedish baik Ida is docked at the
Poit street wharf. Her lumber will
have to be unloaded in order to effect
The American baikeutlne Amelia,
Captain m Nuwhall, will leave to
uioirow morning forEiueka,California.
bhe came off the Maiine Railway this.
The Wilder's Steamship Company
has purchased the schooner HnleakaU
from the Pepeekeo rug jr company.
The Japanese training ships Hyi-el
and Kon-go both airiveu at llllo, Ha
waii, last Thursday morning fioui hence.
After sunset on Sunday evening, both
vessels weighep anchor for Samoa and
adjoining islands, and from thence
The steamer 0 K Bishop is on the
The bark Bauca is now discharging
k railroad ties.
The steamer Kaala arrives this even
ing from hoolau
The British bark Eskdale, Captain S
Murdoch, has leftfor Poitlaud, Oregon.
,? The Ameiican schooner Golden
Fleece, 121 tons legister, was auchoied
off port this morning, 2(3 days from San
Francisco with geueial merchandise in
transit for the j)tarshall group. Tho
Golden rleecc was foimerly engaged in
the trade between dilo and San Fmiu
cisco. Captain J B Holland, favorably
known in this city and well acquainted
with the islands of the South Fuclllc, is
iu command of her. The Golden fleece
leaves this evening for Jaluit and takes
The American tern W S Bowne, Cap
tain Wm Bluhm, and the baikeutlne
Discovery, Captain D McNeil, will both
sail to-morrow with caigos of sugar
and rice for San Francuco.
One of the anchors of tue barkentine
Discovery, which sho menuy lost at
Mahukona during rough weaUier, was
picked up by the steamer tvinau and
brought to Honolulu, and was transferred
to tho Discovery this afternoon.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Riiles, at
Service at Central Union Church,
Oauu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mvatic Lottae No. 2. K. of P.. at
Ouiarini'e Italian Circus on the
r-v Esplanade, at 8 o'clock.
Service at St.Audrew's Cathedral.
"RACES ON MAUI.
On the 16th of November, the
King's birthday, there will be a race
meeting at Spreckels' Park, Kahu
lui, Maui. Messrs. C, H. Broad
" & Co. have leased the track for
the day. There will be a match trot
ting race between C. H. Broad's
gray horse Mike and J. II. Stelling's
Sleepy Sam for $250 a aide, mile
heats best two in three, also four or
live other races, foot races and
Mr. and Mrs. John Dyer leave by
the Australia on their way to Louisi
ana and Texas, where Mr. Dyer will
look intothe different processes of
sugar manufacture as carried on in
the Southern States, both by diffu
sion and the roller methods. They
expect to remain there during the
coming grinding season, after which
they will proceed to England and
Germany with the intention of visit
ing tho principal beet sugar facto
ries of the latter country. During
Mr. Dyer's absence Mr. It. N.
Moore will attend to the agency of
the Risdon Iron and Locomotivo
c POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
John was fined $1 with costs for
drunkenness. Kainea (w) for the
samo offense was fined $8.
Manuel Carao was charged with
the larc'eny of $15 in gold coin, ?0 in
silvor, a knife and key, tho property
of Win. Much. Remanded to the
."-HE OLDEST DAILY In ?
A. KlngdouWi'he Daily Dulletiu.'f
I.CCAL & GENERAL NEWS. ,
Applications for foreign money
orders per cteainor Australia will bo
received until Thtirilnv ut 4 p. in.
Mr. Gourde Holmes was brought
down from Kuhulu uu tho Kiuuu this
morning in quite a tWk condition.
The Kittle Putnam Company will
protein to-moirow uMhing, "The
ilxppy Pnir." mid by request "A
This evening Ilia Majesty the
King gives a grand ball at lolani Pa
lace in honor of Prince and Princess
de Bourbon and suite.
TiiEKi: was not n large audience
nt tho circus last evening. Another
performance will be given this even
ing. Mr. Charles Hustace, the grocer,
has a change of advertisement in this
issue which gives full particulars of
the many good things he keeps on
Mr. J. J. Williams in a special
notice elsowhcie offers photographs
of Father Damicn shortly before his
death, for which there has hithoito
been n large but unfulfilled demand.
Luther Wilcox's lungs are being
taxed to their utmost capacity in the
Supreme Court during the Wilcox
case, us ho has to interpret every
thing. He is blessed with a good
pair of lungs.
The captains and officers of the
U. S. ships Iroquois and Mohican
were presented to His Majesty the
King, at the Palace this morning.
II. II. Prince Kawauanakon, the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. J.
L. Stevens, U. S. Minister Resident;
Mr. J. W. Robertson, Viee-Chnmber-lain;
Col. Baker and Capt. Lilika
laiii were present.
A rumor being cunont that a
number of the members of Company
B Honolulu Riiles had resigned,
owing to dissatisfaction with tho
Government in tho insurrection pro
secutions, a representative of the
Bulletin called on Capt. J. II.
Fisher and asked him if such was
the case. Capt. Fisher said he had
leceived three resignations, but no
reasons were given.
A ROYAL YAGHTINC PARTY.
Mtranilina of the Htcaraor AVnimn-ualo---aiaktiK
Pleasure Oat of
Honorable W. G-. and Mrs. Irwin
gave a yachting party yesterday to
Pearl River in nonor of the Prince
and Princess de Bourbon.
The yacht Helenc had on board
His Majesty the King, the Prince
and Princess and their party, Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin, and a few others to
the number of about twenty in all.
The steamer Waimanalo accompan
ied the yacht with about foity more
invited guests. The day was all that
could be wished for, and the Helene
took the lead, cruising around the
lagoon while the Waimanalo, deck
ed with bunting, kept on her wake.
The party landed at Manana point,
where a bountiful lunch had been
prepared in the algeroba grove
which fringes the shore, and ample
justice was done the feast by the
It was Mr. Irwin's plan to have
landed the party about 1 p. m. op
posite Puuloa, where carriages were
in attendance to conyey the party
to His Excellency S. M. Damon's
country residence at Moanalua. Mr.
Damon was to have entertained the
royal guests and yachting party with
high tea before they proceeded on
to Honolulu. In order to facilitate
matters Mr. Irwin transferred all
the party to the Waimanalo and the
Helene returned to Honolulu, but
unfortunately when ready to leave
the camping ground the Waimanalo
was found to be hard and fast on
shore, and with a receding tide it
was impossible to get her off. After
consideiable delay the services of a
small coasting.schooner were secured
aud later on the steamer Ewa was
pressed into service, aud by mid
night all the guests were safely land
ed at the point where tho carriages
wero in waiting.
It was unfortunate that a day
which opened up so propitiously
should end up so differently, and
much regret was expressed for Mr.
Damon, who had taken bo much
trouble to add to the pleasure of the
day, but the good nature maintained
by everyone and the sweet voices of
the ladies accompanied by their gui
tars and "taro patches," which made
the algeroba groves resound with
melody, gave the idea of a prolonged
picnic. In fact, Mr. Dillingham, who
was one of the party and who was to
have brought the guests home on his
railroad from Moanalua, thought that
it was au auspicious opening of the
O. R. R. Co.' s new hotel site.
Everyone was enthusiastic over
the Prince and charming Princess,
whose good nature was maintained
throughout, and Her Royal Highness
expressed herself as rather pleased
with this little episode which will
impress so vividly on her memory
her trip to Hawaii nei. The gentle
men of tho royal party will also bo
kindly remembered by the ladles who
were in the yacht, for the prompt
manner with which they came to
their rescue in getting them to tho
shore from tho Waimanalo when the
tide fell so that the boat could not
get to the landing, aud Mr. Ned
Dowsett also deserves special men
tion for hib energetic efforts.
Altogether tho incident was not
without its charms and, now that tho
danger is over, will be pleasantly re
membered by all who participated.
tatlx mjvw&'Si ijosroimTj, s, y
Trial ofB. W. Vil-.ix tor Cnnnplrwsy
Uetoru Him Iloimrlho Chlut'
TctSDAY, Oct. 22d.
After MsrkhamS I'lOss-examins-tiou
wa3 concluded Jnnics liauhnne
was placed en the stand. Ills ivt
denee was about the same as pre
viously given in the other eases.
He corroborated the evidi nee g veil
by Murkbttin as to diiviug aiuuud
Chinatown and other pl..ces for lire
arms and ammunition. He stated
the name of the hack driver was
Wniki, also thai Wilcox sent Kaaha
on 'the morning of the 30th to fetch
the King to the palace, but he did
not como ; that he saw Markham
knocked over by a bullet, but ho
got up and fired the cannon. Tho
witness helped Markham to dress
his wound. After Wilcox had sur
rendered, the witness said he got
out of the grounds by marching
with Pnrkar's men, and then he hid
himself for several days.
Cross-examined by Mr. Kalua I
slept with the soldiers in the bar
racks on the night of the 30th. The
soldiers commenced eating and I
helped nryself. Kahalewai and Ro
bert Parker must have seen me
there. Do not know who was the
sentry when I escaped from the bar
racks. I stayed three days in a
friend's house at Pearl harbor aud
was then arrested by Capt. Larsen
and another officer. 1 wa9 arrested
for treason but later charged with
conspiracy. No one offered any
inducements to me. An officer of
the government did talk with me
and I made a statement of the af
fair to him. I have pleaded guilty
to conspiracy. It is not because
our object was not attained that wc
are now giving testimony against
At 5 o'clock the Court adjourned
to 9 :30 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Wednesday, Oct. 23rd.
The Court opened at 9:-10 a. m.
The 'cross-examination of James
Knuhane was continued as follows
There was no opposition to our
cnteiihg the palace yard. I did not
tell Wilcox where the guns were.
The guns were placed iu position to
repel any attack on us. I saw two
men killed iu the palace yaul, did
not see where the bullets came from.
I have talked with Markham about
this case, but did not say that we
would put all the blame on Wilcox.
By the Court In coming down to
the palace at 3 o'clock in the morn
ing, instead of at noon, and not in
forming the Ministers of our inten
tion, wc were acting under orders
By tho Attorney-General If we
had surrendered at 9 o'clock there
would have been no occasion for fir
ing. I knew it was wrong to resist
the government forces.
Alexander Smith was the next
witness called, his evidence being a
repetition of what has ahead been
published in these columns. Hib
.cross-examination by Mr. Kalua did
not elicit any new facts, beyond
that he said Kuau came and called
out that Mr. Damon was outside thu
palace yard and wanted to come in,
that he was with Wiloox and Kaaua
on the mauka sjde of the palace fix
ing the cannon, that he went with
Wilcox along the Ewa side of the
palace to where Boyd was with his
cannon, that Wilcox told Boyd not
A juryman asked several ques
tions, the following answers being
given: We fired beeause they fired
at us from Music Hall ; we would
not have fired if there had been no
firing from the Music Hall, don't
know how long wo should have stay
ed in the palace if there had been
The audience, consisting princi
pally of Hawaiians, applauded at
this point, and His Honor gave
them, through Mr. Wilcox the in
terpreter, a severe lecture, stating
that if any persons were found ap
plauding in future they would be
arrested, as it was treating tho
court with coutenpt. His Honor
said such applause looked as if they
were trying to get the sympathy of
the jury. Tho case was being tried
by the jury, not by the audience.
Gustav Schuman was next 'placed
on the stand and gave same evidence
At 12 o'cloek the court took a
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. V, MOROAN.
At 10 a. m. at salesroom, continua
tion of special credit sale comprising
new goods, ready made clothing,
tailors' goods, etc.
TRIP BY RAIL.
By invitation of Mr. James G.
Spencer a number of gentlemen
took a ride on the Oahu railroad this
morning. Tho company consisted
of naval officers, visitors from the
island of Kauai, and some Honolulu
people. A first class car was at
tached to one of tho large engines,
and went as far as the rails are laid,
which is ubout seven miles from
Honolulu and about one mile from
Pearl Hurbor. The line is completed
to the Ewa side of Moanalua. The
remainder is not yet fully ballasted,
but a strong force of men is now en
gaged at this work. Operations are
also being pushed at the front, and
ties and rails put down at the rate
of nearly a holf mile per day. The
gentlemen were nil extiemcly de
lighted with the run down and back,
which occupied about seventy min
utes, iuoludiug stoppages on the way
and nt the far tcrtuluu-i,
AUlWty. - .
KATIE PUTNAM CDMPANY.i
Anottii-r 1'lno V' iforr.ieticf.fTho
OlH'in a .nrto I'lUri! In 3.vrry
The Hawaiian Opoia-Hoihc was
crowded in every pal t last evening
on tbi' 'nceasi m ol the second up
pentdticcof the Kutie Putnam Com
edy Company. The performance
was untiouuceil under the patiotibgu
and In the pre-ence of His Mnesty
the King tmd die Piince and Piiu
cess of Hourb in, but unfortunately
they met with a slight accident r
Pearl River harbor which detained
them and they did not arrive in
town until after the performance
was over. H. R. II. Princess Liliu
okalani and II. JI.. Prince lalani
anaole occupied tho Royal box.
The entertainment opened with
sketches taken trom two acts of
"The Old Curiosity Shop." The
two prominent characters before the
audience were Katie Putnam as the
Marchioness and, Geo. Boniface as
Dick Swiviler. The piece itself is
not one that will suit every taste,
but it can be said that Miss Put
nam made amends for any deficiency
in that way by the unflagging spirit
of her playing and by her natural
and spontaneous vivacity. She is a
clever and talented artiste and there
is no wonder she has made a hit
wherever she has appeared. Mr.
Boniface acted the part of Swiviler
in a very conscientious manner. It
did not give him much of 'a chance
to show the artistic ability with
which ho is gifted but he made the
most of the part. The two rendered
a duet and a', burlesque minuet,
while Miss Putnam was four times
encored for her singing of tho topi
cal song, "Can you tell me the
reason why." Much credit must be
given to Miss Nelly 4 Strickland for
the excellent manner in which she
played the part "of " Kitt Nubbles,
and for her singing of a comic Dutch
song which was encored. H. B.
Emery, as Daniel Quilp, Ernestine
Floyd as Sally Brass und M. L.
Berry as Sampson Brass had very
little to do but they were entirely
satisfactory in their respective parts.
The same as on tbQ previous night
the performers were called before
The musical comedietta, "The
Loan of a Lover," pleased the
audience very much. Katie Put
nam gave a splendid leprcsent
ation of the part, of Gertrude.
Geo. Bonifac was quite at home us
Peter Spyke, uud.his German pro
nunciation caused much amusement.
It was nn excellent piece of acting.
With Miss Putnam be sung a duet
and they gave a -clever exuibitiou of
dancing. H. B. Emery as the loan
ed lover was capital and tho other
characters wore well buatained.
The last performance by this
talented company will be given on
Thursday evening, and another full
house will be their inward.
DEUTSCHcTrf mP . - cist, Bonn
tag, 11 u v t .ilO a, Yurimg
Mi iwoch, 1J4 u. ' ;7 &
FATHER ninluil a I'liKlu-. J. .1.
Williums hat f r eulo by sptcml
ermlrt imi ut Iii3't?tdio i ort sircui,
tiliotogntpha o 'h Kie Knlhor Damli i
1 1 ken shortly h five hi-, death. Also,
lurles of scii-n flr photi i of inttie-t to
iho medical fa t. , .S-.1i'
JUST reoei u nnr.iuil rooolliv
Teas, direct from Ctiin.i; h 8len
did assortment c.f tint; Tchh: I he ll
wulisn Mixtur- in lb nackHgo-; Th
Hose Brand T m Jg lb p k k ig.-, riu
liohtfully fraimntj Exuu supurtlnc
'.lack Ten, li lli Iioxlu in bilk; ir
;rop 1889-1890 oiil'ou, in 0 Bj IwXi-,
packages to a p und; to bo hail o.i y
of O'liiHiilves & n, nnnl ilii !( 8 f
A REWARD .f $5 will
bv piuu I r the n
turn of 'a lost Pox Terrier
to this oflic o. 885 3t
AN Assistant Sugar Boilor for a
plantation on Kauni. Apply to
383 3t H. IIACKFELI) & CO.
A NUMBER of Working Mules.
382 3t II. IIACKFELD & CO.
A WOMAN to take the solo care of a
family of three smnll children. A
competent porson will Und immediate
employment on implication to
370 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
A YOUNG Mairicd Lady of several
years' residence In Honolulu, de
sires a position us nursery eovurness iu
a highly respectable family. Hest of
references can be given. No objection to
the oilier islands. Address h," I'. O
Box 300, City. 833 tft
TO aid tho Sew Inn ( irclo of Hawaiian
ladles hi Qui en Fmirnt House,
scraps of calloi woolen tuuilin, linen,
bit ached and iinblearlitd c tlnn cloth
will he gra miuIIv received for tho
benefit of sal I Hou
mihs ii. a. judo,
Miss M. E. OK KEN.
Honolulu, O t. a, i-e a--. :u
White Kid Gloves,
lite Lawn & Silk Tits,
"" V 1'
cotobes 23, urn
r .- i . 1
MAIM OPERA HOUSE
Lv" o L. J. I.orny.
Aim fter...., mut. L. Berry.
Posit iYely -:- Last -:- Appearance
The Vermtlli V Acrompllshed
Miss Katie Putnam,
Supported by tho Favorite
Georjre C. Boniface, Jr
Tho evening's ontcrtaiument will com.
inence with the Hiuutif l Como.
"A HAPPY PAIR"
To be followed by a
"CRAMP -o- OLSO"
Wctr HonKS I
:Novr "Duneun I
iv cm- m:io1o i
To conclude by special request with the
Kxquisltu Domestic Comedy
Drama in 8 Acts:
"Tlie HmisgMiI Treasure"
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Open Every Night!
ON THE ESPLANADE.
Rapid Change of Programme!
Uoorn Opon nt 7 Pi'rfnimsiifn com
aiouccs at H o'clock aaorm
Afternoon Performances Every
Wednesday & Saturday,
Doors Opn at it. Performance eotn.
uionceu at S o'c ocli.
PRICES f AimiSSIOXt
Boxes (6 Chtdra) $9 00
Single Ohnim in Box 2 00
Drosa Circle, Chairs 1 00
2d Class, Carpeted Scat.. 75
3d Clues, Gallery 50
ftSBChildron under D vers of ago
HALF PBICEjto all parta except
aP"Tickota may bo had and Boxes
secured daily from 8 a. m. to 5 o'clock
p. m., at Lewis J. Levey's Auction
Room, and at the Ticket Oflice of the
BOX TLAN NOW OPF.N !
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" Cruiskeen-:-Lawn "
Another invoico to hand per "Banca."
831 lw GONSALVES & CO,
Tahiti Bamboo !
RECEIVED ex "Mariposa" from
Tahiti, a largo assortment of
Bamboo for hat making.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
883 lw 28 Merchant street.
AFIK8T - CLASS
Phaeton in per.
feet order. Apply at
this office. 341 tf
Mflt a A OTTAOE at Palatna
Amg '' containing kitchm, nio.
UHiH ble, carriage huute and other
conveniences. For further particulars
apply to the underbluned.
Awarool Htnre, Mnunukcn street.
Dr. M. E. GUOSSMAN,
Wl'l return on the Australia duo Nov.
ember "th nnil resume practlcu at his
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THE DAILY BULLETIN-TIM
miMi popular paper published.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATJES '
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAT.
("From tho 2fEvr Youk Times, Judo i.2, 1880.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
polloy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promua to pay without ooadi -
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Prom the Ouicaoo Investigator.!
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public the most '
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ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not nt all surprising, there
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contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the Kentucky Reoibteu, Richmond, Ky., June 'ZS, 1889.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life nssarnnce thun any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweepB every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
aud assure their lives forthwith.
fProm the Boston Post.
Thi3 company has done more than any other to simplify the assurftOM
contract, aud to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
Froin the Pacific Undekw riteb, San Francisco, July 1, 1889.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this now policy cannot tail to enhance ltd
reputation for enterprise and progrsssiveness In dealing with the subject
of life a33urance.
J For full particulars oall on
ALEX. J. CARTWI-1SQ64T,
830 lm General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Qtioe ! Notice ! Notice!
BY THE "S. B. AUSTRALIA" WHICH ARRIVED IN HONOLULU,
OCTOBER 18th, THE
RECEIVED A LARGE and VARIED STOCK OF
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods,
LADIES', MISSES' & CHILDREN'8
BOOTS, -:- SHOES -
WHICH THE rUBLIO IS
100 FORT (STREET, HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate d Col's Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
IB U H
WARRANTED GENUINE k
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER 8. B. M AU8TKALIAV
New -:- sateens -:- Seersuckers -: & :- Prints.
Laoee &c XSinlreiclYief,
IN GREAT VAEIETY at VERY LOW FW0E&.
fiP" Dressmaking Dspartraeut under tbe raagecwat at SW
- THE - PRESS
: - and -:- SLIPPERS,
RESPECTFULLY INVITED ' H
Corner Hotel &Fort JStreete.
TER & CO,
A C H
IN QUANTITIES TO 8UIT.
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