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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. '21, 18'JO.
Tuni lik.i fiom Kanpuut :md Mnkumi
Sept '21 -Stnii'
Kin. m from Hawaii and Maul
bcut llalcakuM .loiu hlinpuiil mid
llou fur IlainaUiu at 4
VESSfctS LEAVING IU-M0I1I10W.
llktnu Planter, l; J Dow, for San
Stmr Hawaii for llutniil.ua nt fl p tu
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Kltinu ITU Imus sugar. 117 bug
polutuu-. 1U iiaj uoin, 122 sheep,
25 hogs, 2 houes, (12 Indus. 24 bulm
wool, 14 bugs ginger, ISA) pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Hawaii 2108 bags sugar, Dl
head cattle and 1 hoi so.
Sehr allku 54 head cuttle aud SiO coida
Schr Ualeakala 44 head cattle mid 42
v " PASSENBEKS.
t'',01n Hawaii and Maul per stmr
jKKliiuu, riept24-E O White, wife nud
r chid, CI, Wiuln, Wilder v Ight. W F
Polite, ,f 1 Livingstone, Mtb Jolin T
linkir, Rev O P Emerson, Mia A P
Pcteis and child, 11 Deacon, W Berln
wlbs, i U DiiJKu3.i,ltSiiwp, J M Lld-K-Ue,
Master W O .Mcliiiiley, Low I hit
aam, John La Paige, Heurv Adams,
Awoki, MLsa Nellie Urown, Miss Bella
Woods, J MiGuire, W G Slimtehurat,
Miss Clark, Geo Gray, C T Day, G 0
Aklna and 2 ilaughters, A C Dowett,
Mis II Kulb.el.inl, U Hocklc and 74 deck.
Tor Kauui per stmr Mikahala, ept 23
W D Schmidt, Mrs C Borchj: coiuk,
C Apol, A leu, l G t onea and 50 deck.
for Maui per stmr Likelike, ?ept .3
Rev ThosLuulick aud wife, R Mason,
aMir Uiewcr, 3 ehll run and maid, J
Ciimplie 1, F Andradc, F J Mackenzie
and 4 others.
From linniakita per Ptutr Hawaii,
Se, t2J J u Buikcss and Mr Kohl.
DOUGLASS Tn Honolulu, Sept. 24th.
to the wife of Uavid Douglass, a
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Paradise of the Pacific for
September is out to-d.iy.
A hewakd is offered for the return
of three piomissory notes.
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.,
hold u meeting this evening at
The Hawaiian Carriage Co. have a
new and choice lot of stylish phae
tons for 6ulo.
To-day has been generally observ
v ed by Jewibh residents in commemor
ation of tbi' Atonement.
The bulatice of
the Stur Mill Co.'s
sold ut auction ut
property will be
the Mill on the SOih instant.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. V. C. T. U , will be held to
morrow efternoon at 3 o'clock.
A large variety of fine plants will
be sold at auction at 11 o'clock to
niortow morning by Jas. F. Moigan.
9 i i
Miss Emma Clark, cousin of Judge
Davidson, returned by the Kiuau
)rom n mouth's visit at Mrs. Hind's,
The W. C. T. U. will give an enter
tainment, consisting of tableaux and
music, at the Y. M. C. A. Hull to
Mr. Jus. F. Morgan will hold an
Assignee's sale of prints, dress goods,
fshocs, clothing, show cases, sewing
machine, etc., to-morrow morning at
10 o'clock, at his salesroom on Queen
A new club .known as the "H. F.
Wichmun Watch Club" of which Mr.
J. A. Luckctt is the manager, sets
forth how a fine watch may bo ob
tained by either ladieR or gentlemen
at a low price and upon eusy terms.
Mhb. Carey and Miss Carey, wife
and sister of Mr. E. G. Carey, Gov
ernment school teacher at Ookala,
Hawaii, arrived by the W. G. Irwin
from San Francisco. They will go
to Ookala by the Kinau next Friday.
All claims against one Sabo, of
Kohala, must be presented to Aitlnir
ibbs of that place, and all debtors
arc requested to make immediate
payment either to Mr. Tibbs at Kolmla
nr to Theo. II. D.ivies &. Co. of Hono
lulu. Mil. W. S. Maltby and Mllo.
Emilia, cyclists of reputation, will
give an entertainment (by icpuest)
ut the Iluwuiiun Hotel next Saturday
uvoniug. Tho programme is a mobt
interesting one. Music will bu fur
iiUheilby tliu Quiiitelto Club, under
direotiun of Mr. Burger,
Tlio Hawaiian Hand will, give a
public concert at Wolklki Villa,
tliU ovtmiiiK t 7s'W oVIook, ron
durliiii tlu following piojjrttiiunoi-
I'AHT 1 1
Mmrli llnwull ,NV I i . 1 1 .,. i mm HiH'r
Ovi'liuru AIohi, iNoon und Mylit.. ,
I I M I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 M t I M M I I I I IIPI"
(J)iiii ii 'rmiiiliiiuDr . ...... Vtior
DijuviiUM"-rMiin'i it iHimiiiiiiii
IMMI i. ! t I I IMMJtl 'IIMI.
Quii. Tm, TliM'u Timi-i ll Ultl.
Win I ibtii"iitMiiliiiiu!r
M'J'II I'jUJllI ilUl4IM
ft I ft
Wr.nxKsiuY, Sept. 2-1.
Tho House tuel ul 1U o'clouli
ni.riiitTs or com mitt i r.s,
Nohlo Pun prcbiiiilcil n deed from
lb.' lli-duip etiiiu, to ji I'i'iliiln ceui
elery lot at Paluina, olitniiiul by tho
select couimitUe on thul subject.
The deed was bunded to tlie Mmis
ter of Interior and tho committee
Nohte Puu moved that the thanks
of the Assembly be conveyed to thu
HialiopTiusteea for the gift. Amend
ed, to hnvu letter of thanks from
the Secretary engrossed, and Noble
Pua appointed a committee to pre
sent it, aud carried.
onnF.rt or the da v.
The House went into committee of
tho whole, Noble McCarthy in tho
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Set. .1. All money which may
be received by tho Treasury during
the said biennial fiscal pciiod, and
therealter up to the 30th day of
June, A. D. 1S92, from any loan
heretofore, or which hereafter may
be authoiizetl by the Legislature,
and all surplus receipts from depo
sits in thu 1'ostai Savings Bunk
shall, unless otherwise specially di
rected by tho Legislature, be applied
to the payment of the appropriations
specified in Section 3 of this Act.
Provided, however, that if the re
ceipts of money from the sources
mentioned in this section shall ex
ceed in amount tho sums appropria
ted by Section ." of this Act, such
surplus may be applied to the pay
ment of any of the National Debt.
sec. C. It shall bo lawful for
the Minister of Finance to continue
to make payments in accordance
with the appropriations authorized
by Section 1 of tint Act, until the
31st day of July, A. D. 18!)2, unless
now appropriations are mude betore
Minister Brown moved the follow
ing as a substitute:
The Minister of Finance shall con
tinue to pay salaries appropriated
by Section 1 of this Act, the pay
ments under the Civil List, Perma
nent Settlements, Post office, Cus
tom House, Pay of Physicians, the
compensation of Soldiers and Con
stables, tlio compensation of School
Teachers, and the current expenses
of the Bureau of Education, the
Board of Health, the expenses of
the Fire Department, of the Supreme
Court and Circuit Courts, Survey
Department, Insane Asylum, Gen
eral aid to IJueen s Hospital, Gov
ernment slocks uud the inteicst ac
cruing thereon, the Support ol
Prisoners, the expenses of the Leper
Settlement, and Criminal expenses
of the Attorney-General's depart
ment, until the Slat day of July, A.
D. 1892, unless new appropriations
are made before that date.
Minister Brown said it had been
held th.it the section as in the bill
avc the Ministers too much latitude.
.Members asking appropriations for
their districts were perhaps not
aware that it was partly spent al
icadv. If the amendment passed
members would know just how much
would be spent in, their districts.
Noble Widemann seconded the
Sec. 7. It shall be lawful for the
Minister of Finance to continue to
make payments in accordance with
the appropriations authorized by
Section 3 of this Act until the 31st
day of July, A. D 181)2, unless new
appropriations are made before that
date. Provided that no payments
shall be made on account of any
such item beyond the sum by this
Minister Brown moved the section
Noble Widemann moved it be
struck out. It gave the Ministers
the very excess of power that the
Minister deplored under the pre
vious section. The money would be
going out all the time from the close
of the period, and tho House would
not know how it was expended.
Minister Brown replied that the
Cabinet could not go beyond the
The following sections passed :
Sec. 8. The Minister of Finance
shall not cause, or allow, to be paid
from the Treasury, any money for
objects not authorized by this Act;
aud the unauthorized expenditure of
any money from the Treasury to bo
thereafter accounted for to the
Legislature, by Indemnity Bill, ex
cept as authorize d by the Constitu
tion, is hereby expressly piohibited.
Sue. 9. No person holding more
than one olllce for which salariea are
piovided, shall be authorized to
draw moro than tlio salary of the
highest grade of olllce held by him,
if the salary of any ofllce held by
him shall amoiimiit to two thousand
dollars or more pur annum, and ho
shall be until led to no other or
Seo, 10, All mill every contract
for oonsti iiuling or rupuiring Publlu
Work uiiiunuting (o $600, urn) for
fiirnWIiliig niiitorlul, provision mid
mliur tmimlluu lm bu uwnrilud only
upon piiliflu utlvuriUviiiuni for li'iiu-
Kl'0, II, Tliultmn of 87,1)00, e.
IHIwl I'oiiul Moony Onlur (uurvi
In Hioiloiiii Iiirt")fi hull Iid ilruw
winl liwi liy Him I'okuI IIuiihh ut
lliw Honolulu olllyi'i m muli iviurw
fiuin ilui tu wM unlun ilrvn uu
lliy iJQiiululu u)m In imiu Him urn
iuimilw) Willi U l)iUny ulJUu
U&IJL.I UULdJTIW: 1HJJNULU1.U, 11. 1., 8131TRIiBli?E 34 imn;.
tlmll not be received in time to meet
the diuft Issued therefor. The ttutu
hereby eppiopiiuted, together with
thu amount now held by the PpmhI
Buroaii, for that piup ise, shall re
mum us n ieimaui'iit reset ve fund,
und shall n t bo paid back to the
Treasury, as a calizatimi, bit'. Muill
he accounted for ltw the Post M.uter
General in bis hiouulul ierl.
Sec. 12, This Act shall take iffeet
and become Ihw lioiu" mid alter lite
dale of its approval.
The chairman asked to havo the
title i cud.
Noble Widemann said there weie
still reports of committees on items,
which were laid on the table to be
considered with the bill, aud these
should be taken up.
Kcp. Brown said the committee
could not go back, after having
taken up the fifth section.
Noble Widemann said that on
several occasions he had asked that
these reports be considered, and
evciy time he had been told that it
was lite wrong time. When would
the right time come?
The chairman ruled that the re
poils could not be considered until
third reading. After some discus
bion, uu appeal fiom thu decision of
the chair was taken, when the deci
sion was sustained.
Tht title and the enacting clause
Noble Walker moved that the
committee recommend that the bill
pass to engrossment. Carried.
The committee rose and repoited,
and the repoit was adopted. The
bill was ordered to be loud a thiul
time this day week.
The President appointed the fol
lowing committees :
On Hawaii railroad bill Messrs.
llookano, J. M. Horner, Parker,
Walbridge, and Phillips.
On pakepio bill Messrs. Baker,
Paeliaole, Anderson, Burger, and A.
Second leading of bill granting a
pcimaneiit Hettleincut to Queen Ka
piol.mi. Bead a second time by
title and referred to select committee,
on damages lit the Queen's property
on the 3l)th July, 1889.
Second reading of bill to amend
Sec. 3, Chip. 45, Laws of ltfbl,
relating to pounds.
Minister Peterson moved it pass.
Carried, bill to bu read a third tune
Secoud readiug of bill to amend
the law relating to pounds and es
trays. Read by title and referred
to judiciary committee.
Second reading of bill to repeal
the law of road boards.
Noble Marsden moved it bs iude
Rep Brown moved it be referred
to a bulect committee.
Noble Widemann called atlention
to the fact that Rep Browu moved
for a select committee, and then
voted for indefinite posip nemeul.
He did not consider the lion, mem
Iter was tit lo be put at the head of
the committee. (Laughter.)
Rep. Brown voted for indefinite
postponement Dt-cause tlie bill pro
vided nothing in place of the road
Second reading of hill to amend
the law of 1888 forbidding coasting
vessels of over 250 tons from car
rying lepers. Tlie amendment eon
sists in the insertion of the word
"knowingly," so that masters of
such vessels will not come under the
Rep. Rickaid moved the bill pass.
Noble Widemann asked if any
case had come up since the passage
of the law to justify them in alter
Rep. Rickard knew of no such
case, but it was liable to arise any
Noble Widemann did not believe
there was any use in passing this
bill. A captain could not cairy a
leper without knowing it. If the
person had concealed leprosy marks
nobody would be punished for not
knowing he was a leper. He did
not see the sense of piling up law
books without rcusou.
Noble Macfarlune conceded tlie
good motive of the introducer, but
agreed with Noble Widemann. If
the word "knowingly" was inserted
it miybt open thu door to captains
to carry lepers.
The bill was indefinitely post
poned. Second reading of bill to provide
for the publication of Supreme
Court decisions in Hawaiian. Uuud
by title and refeired to judiciary
Second reading of bill to establish
and rrguluie Wuiluku waterworks.
Rep. Brown moved it be read by
title and referred lo the public lauds
Noble Walbridge wanted lo know
from where the water was to bu du
rlved. He moved that the bill he ie
furred to a select committee.
Noble Widemann sulci thu bill ru
fened this point to the Minister of
Referred to select caiumittcu,
Second rending of bill to prevent
tlio abuse of pulrouugu by uouiiuh
sloners of crown luudu,
Hup, Wulmiiluiil moved It bu laid
over, uu tliu iulrodueur was nhwiit.
Urn), Ivuulil objected lo publng
Minister llionn moved ilin liHI I in
InilnlliilU'ly iiikiionui, nt It d nil
with u inmmr miuuiu iiiu pru Inuu
Of thu HuilM'.
NoIiIh WIiIuiiihiiii tlioilijlit tliuru
)V!l DIIIIIU putl III lljU (Till, U)i a
might lo lii'iivf urml mi Uju hmo
ilnucr rvu uiuiuiii,
II-1. Iluilii ilir iutMuwfi ban
tmh'tidi win1 lilt) hill f.wiU.irfi uu u,
Iwffiluu y' niwt.U. Tuii uuuli
pittly Government mid partly the
loyul pioperty. He gave instances
or abtisua in leasing crown lands,
whi'iuiiig they went lor almost noth
ing when good prices were offering.
Tu prevent these questionable prac
tices he a-kcl members to assist in
pnssing the bill.
Rep. Knudsuu contradicted tlie
lion, member in regard to laud at
ll.msipepi', saying its lease was sold
ul public miction. It was leased for
more than it was woilb. If Rep.
Buih had g..t it for SJU00 he would
have sunk'S25uu n year.
Rep. Bush had said there was no
public auction of tlie last part of the
Hannpi'pe land, and the hon. mem
ber had not denied that statement.
Part of tlie land could not be got for
money. There wete turo hinds in
tho Ilanapepe valley worth $2000 a
year and the lion, member could not
deny it. A member of this House
was making 30,000 a year from
sub-leases of the public domain.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
ADVIGE TO MY SON.
1 wish to give my son the follow
ing advice ihiougli your columns:
Go read tho Advertiser of yes
terday morning; there you will
sue how black is made white and
white black. This will bo a good
leson for you when you grow older,
and try to follow the advice of the
Scotch L.tird: "Mak' siller, Jock
in i man, mule' siller; honestly, it
you can, but mak' it."
3Proniiestory Notes for S50 e.teh,
ditcdSept 20. 1890. The Under
will please return lo this ofllce and le
ceive lew aril. CO! tf
Steady Man. to do svn-
JJ eial blucknilthlii"
and horse Mi-'O-
inc; on plantation pu-fened. luqiiii e
at "So. t!7 ulukua street." 0G1 Jt
ENTEltTAl N'MEXT 1
AN TCntcrtahiiiK'tit, consisting of
Tablaux and Music, will bu giveu
bvhe V. U T U., THURSDAY
h VEXING, r-cpt. 25t'i, ut 6 o'clock, In
thuY. M.O A. Hull. rtdmUsion, .10
Phaetons For Sale,
81S5, 61TO. sirjo.
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co,
C6G No. 70 Queen street.
Star Mill Cos Propirty!
On TUESDAY, Si'pt. 30tl),
AT 12 O'CLOCK MlltX.
Atthe Mill -ile. 1 will sellat Public Auc
tlou the following: Comprising:
2 noise Lois, il situ,
And other Propeity pi cviouly adver
tise by .Imt lllud, iluu.iger.
Theo. II. Wit I (SI IT,
Maltby Cjcliag Entertainment
BML R00V, HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
Saturday Evening at 8:30 O'clock,
B special request
Mr. W S3. IHALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Aitl-tie Cyclist, as-1-ttetl by tueTaleuted
French Ladv Cyclist,
(Who lnvt! just returned from a most
f-iiut'eiwful tour of tistrulia and New
Zealand,), will Rive one more of their
bHtoiimliui; perloimauces prloi to their
lettirn tu tho siiUch. Mr. Maltby wl I
also give bis i-lile-Pili lug Impersonation
of O ear vt ihlu'fl lli'.-t attempt in learn
ing tu lide the blcclc, alo several new
f.-uiiue-t never lief re witnessed h'-re.
iucludbiK m exhibition of fuimy-rldlug
on the American Eagle liieyule
.Music both ln-truiueuial and vocal
will be. fiinilslud by the Quiuteite Club,
conducted by ilr. Berirer.
tiCG ft Manager.
Wlileli we are oignnlzlng we dc.slro to
Utah) ihut wn me putting wltlilii icacli
of nil the gieatest value In thin article
that has over been oUeud.
A Solid 14 Kl
At $1 Per Week.
itfir Uhe.ipor Uiiin In U ri'gnlur
wfrini tiiili iioiy kulug foimudi
jUlllHIMl IHVUIOII liik.'U,
'm' iitimuiiibDi I
I'llli I IIUl DM III'
LI, P, Wm, Mi DM
Pminoniinnr 1hn ISSiB
Watch Clubs S m
O. ff . & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
LsarlugtlirHcichlaDe-otat li-tOP. M.
Tiulti? will be made up of Uciehes
and Canopv -top Caia all one price.
'"Z Eicursiou Itules btr tiicse Trains
50 Cenls to Faarl Cily and Return.
75 Cents to Ewj Plantation and Ro
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
and a bieat It of pure air, for only two
cents per mile. r.'ei ltn
l''OK MAX FKANOIKCO,
The Al HtctmiPhip
Will liftvo Honolulu for the nbovo
Friday, Sept. 26th,
For Frei;Ui or i'ii5-ii(re, apply to
Wia.G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd.
'02 tw Ag tits.
Miss JESSIE D. BRADEN.
Teacher ISlnrutton. : Ira
Prepared to ulve lemons In or out of the
city. Mutual Telephone .132. 1'. O U x
1 (StM I in
TBE VERY LATEST !
WE w!h to call the attention of
hou-ekeepers to a smull invoice
of Figured Chinese Matting, just re
ceived vlt S n Fr.inei-.fii, of the very
i'huiiT-t q' nlity and of the most t.iste
ttil and unique de-lgu- in color.-). Till-1-
the very late-t iu thU line and the
Mrst of the kin i i-vui bruuuht to llouo
lu ii We le-ipfftfnlly a--k die attention
of l.tdles to ilii- late-t niiv.-ltv.
058-Jw THE UXbiX FKEO CO.
BIRnOP & t'o.'s Saving Bank
t Hook. The Under will please
return to McLean Bros , Auuaun stivet
and leeelve tew aid 64'J tf
NOTICE of ltl&IOVAL.
THE San Fmncieo Fnilt Depot has
tcniiiveil from Fort tteet to Xo.
87 King btreet m-itr Fort.
60 lm Piopiietor.
311 LCI I COWS I
"I UftT rcreivcil from S.ui
Frani-lsco 1 veiy line
Milch Cows, two of which
have just calved: will irio
from 15 lo 20 quints of milk dally. Ap
ly to TUD UNION FEED CO.
ADK MJGI1T Horse
for biiKgiine wa
con. Island block pre
fer led. 050 2w
for a few
a Ftirni hed
House in town or Eiibuibs.
not less than eight rooni3. Apply in
once at this olllce. (;,-'. 2w
IOKLT Furnished Rooms
TWO Unfurnished Rooms
with b ithrooiu. on Kliu
, street. Apply at this oulce.
A SUITE of Threo Nicely
Fu ti.i-hed Itootns, two
(xzfrJii, neuromas ami intiiur. on
Punchbowl btr ct near Pulico Walk;
Htiititblu for two tingle gentlemen.
COItf II, F. HElMvJW.
HUUhK on Young Mreet
near Thomni) Miiiaie.
Willi II mi roiniM and tint It:
ttUo Binblu accnuimudailnuii for live
huracB, Apply at
i,i, v i initio.,
UK I'umllmo of ii lvn
iiiniii itiilinuu eomnhilt'.
for li'ili-dKiiepliig I tilhigti
Inu.iliil mul to hi ul it yuuu
il in II
IV H lilvASK
IM UtJM ul
inn m) uiuw (mil iriNf
Am tii ibMiuiu vy
NOW IS THE TIME !
! The Equitable Life As
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Uond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progicssive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its paymnnts prompt aud certain, and its
(Voi the New York Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
Tho Ltirgcsfc Ilushuiss Ever Transacted by a Life- AHSur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fnrr
Million Dollaks. Thi3 is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
STlnforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICMT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Es "ADONIS" &. "BLENGFELL"
From Earope anfl Late Arrivals ton tie UiM States.
G. H. Mumm fc Co.
Louis Koederer )
Hennesy 3 Star
De Lunge Fils 4 Star I
Uotifidi-z & Co. 5 Crown j
John Exshiuv Extra Ho. 1 J
Isley Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in hulk
Canadian Rye, 1882, in bulk
Letup's tit 1 ouis
Fredericksburg San Jose
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN POETS and SHERRIES,
Of Best Quality;
CaJifoi'iiifx Wines xvndL JBrandies,
In Casks and Cases. Etc., Etc., Etc , Etc., Etc.
4' 9 . M "B"
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
POST OFFICE BOX 504. jp n-&- BOTH TELEPHONES 16.
Leading : EVlilEinery : House
I L PIS I I t
iTffT Wo lieu to inform tho public that wo
6ale at Reduced Prices.
DRY & FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swics Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to inaku room fur new Muck now on
thu way from Europe.
LADIES' UiNDERWEAR, .
CHEMISES, SKIRTd, NIGHTOOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Binding 10 Yards for $1 ii Latest Patterns !
Just received latent patterns in Scrim, Madras, Luce Curtains
l.uditV ii Children
i'i iv piirunu'i'd lam c-iir4-Dltltiisr.l)
KID )l,OVr.ri. AI.u, ju.t ncmviMl Utcl (Uplw In Tldle ijd
Human rcrtrlf, libU tluvyu, Kiu. Always on IuipI a Uigu (ygk of UmU
UyiJt't Ultll Qillhllwll'i rilluuh.
iJ!iiil,fH Siiriiiwhlnu' 4:jJoxIm,
AtullliwuJ Dim, UUuih Collurv, ihin, laivt Mylw In Nyu,htfr, a
Ultfv vmiui ui II ' ttiul Ulntrvir Mmi.
u, janrnuii. & co
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freshing Sleep. Priceless to Nurs
& FORT STREETS.
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