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1L oahFrailw aY&lahd CO 'S
Jfe TIME TABlE.
fiP( ToTnlte r.lTi.t AuguM ill). .MIO.
j4 ' TK.VSISS-S
fBj A.M. A.M. lM. P.M.
igKi Loavo Honolulu 8:li 1 :Ii fisilO
l-lp Arrive KonouUnl! U:I0 2:11) 0:34i
W Loavo llanouliull. r:10 10:51 OiBl ....
m, ' ' Arnvo Honolulu.. 0:44 llsfii 4:o5 ....
gV Satiudajs and Mondays only
Iff" J Siiluidajsonly.
Stmr Iwulanl fiom Kuu
Slmr (J R l)Ihop from oheult of Ouliu
Stmr .1 A Ciiinmiiis fiom Wulnmniilo
Stun .'us Mnkeo from Kauai
Bchr Mol Wahinu fiom P.uiullo
Bktno Planter, E P Dow, for San
Stmr Hawaii for Ilainakua at C p ra
Vfc&SEib LEAVINti 1U-M0HIIUW.
S S Australia, Hoiullette, for San
Francisco tit 12 noon
Stmr hiuuu fur Maui uud Hawaii at 2
Stmr O H Bishop for Walanae, Waialuu
and Koolau nt 0 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C 11 BUhop 010 bags sugar, 200
bags rice. 23 bags bum, 381 bags
paddy, 204 bunches bananas, 18
Hides, 17,51)0 lbs scrap iron aud 111
feet of old pipes
Stmr J v Cummins TOO bags sugar 25
Schr .wol uliltio 200 bags sugar.
From Kau per 8mr Iwalanl, Sept 25
t'upt Houdlette, MrOveiend, W Bab
cock aud son, Sidney (Jlementsuii und
wife, J 1'oud, U ii Se.ily, i' 8 ailll
nuu, Tbos W sloouin aud 1 other.
The 4-masted schooner 0!ga Isawalt
itu; lor sugar lit the mall whaif. Sho
will uot sail within two weks more.
The b.uk l cylon will piobably sail
for san Fianclseo eaily next week.
The baik Paul I-enbere; is almost
thiough unloading her eaigo of general
uierohaudibC at the Mall w barf.
Arrived, Sept 12. stmr Kllauca Ilou.
from Honolulu; Sept 12, stmr Kinau
from Hilo; Sept 17, stmr Hawaii Horn
Honolulu; Sept 23 stmr Kinau fiom
Sailed, Sept 12, stmr Kilauea Hon for
Hamakuu; Sept 12, stmr Kiuau for Ho
nolulu : .-iept 14. Am schr S G Aoith,
Ipen, lor an Francisco with 10,:)71
bags sugar, 1.142.238 lbs, value 4S57,02 V
11. fbippeis:T 11 Daies & Co, '.121)2
bag; -lar Mill 'o, 192 bags; M S Giln
b.iuin & Co, 380 bags; AMna & Aseu.
507 brgs; Sept '.'3, stmr Kinau for Hono
lulu and way ports.
ARNOLD In Honolulu, September
2th, Charles N. Arnold, a native
of Pittsburg. Pa., aged 44 jeais, 8
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A Portuguese wants a Hiluation as
gardener, stableman or driver.
The admission fee to dee the great
cyclist exhibition next Saturday even
ing is only $1. Reset ved seats can be
secured at the Hawaiian Hotel office,
where the box plan can be .seen.
Mu. F. E. Nichols, who lias been in
the employ of tho Hawaiian News
Co. for some time past, departs to
morrow for tho Statis, where lie will
Mn. J. Rodriquea of Kuau, Maui,
has made an assignment to Mr. M.
A. Gonsalves of Honolulu, who will
pay or collect all claims connected
with the estate.
The Young Women's Christian
Temperance Union will givo an en
tertainment, consisting of tableaux,
at the Y. M. C. A. Hull this evening.
Admission, SO cents.
In consequence of tho, laying of
tin water pipes at Waikiki, the cars
will only run as far as the Long
Branch Baths for a few days, going
faiiher each day as the pipes uro put
. m i
A dhy man would shut his eyes
for very joy, after reading the adver
tisement of V. O. Peacock & Co. in
another column. It is tho "best"
tunic that has been offered the pub
The 8. S. Australia will leave for
San Francisco to-morrow at noon.
Tho mail will closu promptly at 10
o'clock for registered letters and
parcels and at 11 o'clock for letteis
A mmu and dance will bo given nt
tho residence of II. R. II. Prin
cess Liliuoknluni, this evening, in
honor of Mr. and Mis. V. JI, Al
dricli, who loavo for the States by tho
Australia to-inoi row,
The complimentary concert by (ho
Royal Hawaiian Hand, in. honor of
Miss Ruth Waul, nt Wuikikl Villa,
hut evening, wus fairly nttumlml,
Tho uvuning wus delightful, uml tho
music, thoroughly enjoy nil,
A nkw nun ry-Ko-rou nil of lionio
)imi)t)fuiil!lio litis been lululy ureuteil
nil A lull nil nil nut near ICIngnlruul, hy
Mr. Himuions of Honolulu. Tim
inninKt'im'iti uml iiin'liniili'iil tvmluif
tliu niunliliiu ilu tiiuilji Id nil iiiiImm
uiiiii'uriu'il. It Is HIikIv Oils inuiry
ku'IohimI will Im inlii'ii iluwn in iluy
III' W() Mil 11M IU IH I HM'f ".I1 1""
111 I l'fi HHW 'HUH H t'HI U?
urjjcil lu UuiiululM m m
Thuksday, Sept. 2ii.
The House met nt 10 o'clock.
HUP illTrf OF COMMITT.I 3.
Noble Phillips preseiil" d the re
port of the Minitury co i luittee on
the lull lo regulate the inlet uient of
the dead, Hiilnnilliiig nuiemlinenls
with wliiel) they reeommenil it to tho
favorable consideration of the
Laid on the table to he consider
ed with the bill.
The Piesident appointed substi
tutes for Noble Burohnrdt, granted
leave of absence, on committees as
follows: Noble McCarthy on ac
counts, Noble von Tempsky on
homestead hills, and Rep. A. Horner
Noblo Pun moved that 81128.25
be appropriated for road damages
to Wong (Jhoug Sam and others,
for land tnken for a road to Wong
Cliong Sam's rice mill.
Hep. It. W. Wilcox moved the
resolution bo referred to tlto snine
committee as has the bill on "roads
through lands of those not benefited
thereby" under consideration.
Rep. Paelmole moved it be re
ferred to a select committee.
Minister Blown said the House
had come to a decision on this mat
ter in another shape the other day.
As there might possibly be some
claim in it, lie moved it be referred
to the committee on public lauds.
Noble Widemann piesented a reso
lution, that a committee of five be
appointed o revise the Auditor-
Geiicral's Act and report to the
Legislature of 1892.
Noble Marsden moved the resolu
tion be adopted. Cariied.
OUUEll of the day.
Third reading of bill to prohibit
baibed wire fences.
Rep. Nawalii moved the hill pass.
Noble J. M. Horner moved it be
indi finitely postponed. It was not
fair for members of the House who
had no interests at stake in the mat
ter to bring in a measure compelling
those who were producing Hie
wealth of the country to tear down
miles and miles of these fences. The
people who put up these fences used
them because they could not get
any other kind in time to protect
their property. They were reason
able men aud would take these
fences down as fast as they could,
wherever they were an offense to the
public. This he had done himself
with the fence round his garden. In
his district there were scores of
miles of fences of this kind. They
never harmed anybody, but large
droves of wild stock were driven
that day, against which no other
fence was a protection. Accidents
would happen. A horse was killed
on a certain bridge, but that was no
reason why the bridge should be
destroyed! He had known cnttle to
be killed on board fences.
Rep. Nawahi considered there
was no necessity for the barbs to
lacerate any man or beast that acci
dentally came in contact with the
fence. The railway track was fenced
with baibed wire, and a man getting
out of the way of a train might run
against the barbs. A horse wus dis
embowelled at Hilo, aud a man was
badly hurt there, by this kind of
fence. - The property owners were
deaf to remonstrances against the
nuisance. The bill was not sweeping
in its provisions. It simply required
that in towns, or where the Minister
of Interior might designate, the
fences should be removed. An
amendment was also passed on sec
ond reading, that the Act should not
come into effect till six months, but
this amendment was left out in en
grossing. Minister Brown confirmed the hon.
member's statement regarding the
Rep. Nawahi moved that the
amendment be inserted.
Noble Widemann moved the bill
be referred back to the engrossing
committee to be properly engrossed.
Third reading of bill to amend thu
gaming law of 1872. It makes im
prisonment optional with the judge.
Rep. Riukurd moved tin u me inl
ine nt to inscil "or both." Lost.
The bill passed.
Noble Wnlbridgo rose to a ques
tion of privilege to explain that the
amendment to the burin d wire fence
was uot given lo the engrossing
Thiid reading of bill amending
the law relating lo auctioned '
Minister Spencer moved tho bill
Noble Macfarlune said tho bill
was amended by tho commerce com
mittee, but since the amendments
made by the House tho bill wus
likely to cause much inconvenience
to the Interior Olllce. He wus sur
prised to hear the Minister move for
its passage. The Chief Clerk of tlio
Department said tho native auction
eers would not understand tho one
half of one percent, mid It would bo
butter to nut tho feu nt thu oiiglnul
llguro of 26 und (Iron tho percent,
nt-e, If thu feu could Im llxtd nt u
fitlr llguro to cover thu gimunl it
would biivo u (J i cut iluiil of duiull
Nolilo Wlilciimiin uiil tho lilll ""I
mi lu third ruutlliiu, mni liu did not
vt'u nliy ItBlinuld hit put IiihjIi, If
It win put Imuli Im blimihl viilo
llrODHlVHKHlllHtllU fiiOu, Tiiurij
VM l FM0l why hu Dnuni hilliljll!
am Mil io im 11)9 u9i of
LA1LX tJtnLJLJWTIt HOJNULULU, H. L, SEPTEMBER 25 .tm
the Interior office eotne writing. lie
thought It whs strange to have n
message come to the IIouso from the
Interior olllce eleik.
Nohlu iMuclmlnnc denied Hint
there was any inesongc from the
N 'hlu Widemann understood that
thu eleik had requested the lion.
Noble tn move tho amendment.
Noblo Maelarlune -aM he had
qualified the statement by saying
the clerk hnd menly given him the
Joble Widemann said it was a
message to all intents and purposes.
It would be stultifying for them to
declare that licensed auctioneers
would not understand the percent
Minister Spencer said he iutio
duced the bill. He regarded it as a
good bill, und accepted the amend
ments ns also good. Therefou he
moved that the bill pass.
The bill pnssid.
. Second reading ol bill lo encour
age tho establishing of a new steam
shin line between the western eoast
of California, in the Uniled States
of Ameiica, and the Islands of the
Hawaiian Kingdom (San Diego,
Hilo, and Honolulu line). Con
sideied with favoiable report of
Hep. Lucas moved the bill be in
definitely postponed. He failed to
see the necessity of establishing a
steamship line between San Diego
and Hilo. It would diivc away the
sailing vessels. There you give
them free wharfage and free water,
and pay for the labor of discharg
ing them. The only benefit Hilo
would have would be an occasional
mail. They would have a cable
shoitly connecting the islands of tho
group and would not need to write
letters. We had a good service now,
wilh an occasional call from the
China lines. If we were giving
privileges lo sailing vessels, and
then pay a steamship line $48,000
to ruu Utcm iiff, he would nice to
know, what the House meant. The
steamers running between the isl
ands got no subsidy. This line
would bring grain and Im' to sell at
auction, compelling licenced dealers
to witlidiew fiom business, so that
the Government would lusi the price
of iheir licenses.
Rep. Waipuilani moved that the
bill pass to engrossment.
Rep. Nawahi said that the hon.
member for the fourth district hav
ing got the Honolulu line subsidized
did not want to sec the Hilo line get
anything. If the line to Honolulu
was a good thing then why should
not the lino to Hilo be good like
wise? The hon. member only spoke
for the sake of talking, and could
not substantiate what he said. If
the hon. member agreed to vote fur
indefinitely postponing the Oceanic
steamer subsidy he would join him
now in preventing the Ihlo-San
Diego line getting a subsidy. When
Hawaii members helped the Oaliu
railroad subsidy it was for the gen
eral good. When they wanted a
ride on tho cars they did not propose
to come down to Oahu for it. but
intended to have their own line of
railway. Let the lion, member be
consistent and vote against all
steamship subsidies, let him vote
against the Tahiti line for instance.
The outer districts were willing that
Honolulu should have the lion's
shate, but the Honolulu members
should not object to the country
getting a small share of public
benefits. Tho lion, member foi
Honolulu sutely would not say they
were going to get their goods by
telegraph. Again, when were they
to hae the telegraph anyway?
Then it was desirable to facilitate
travel to the Volcano by touiists.
Oahu could not show a volcano of
an' account. The hon. member was
acting very unfaiily. He did not
wonder the hon. member had left
the room. Perhaps he did not enjoy
the speaker's remarks. As he had
only got half through he would
move for recess.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
"If any doubt oliould aiise in the
committee, as to a point of order, or
other proceeding, which iht commit
fee cannot agree upon, or which muy
appear to be beyond their province
to decide, the eourt-e is to dinct the
chairman to leave the cliair, report
progress, und ask leave to sit again,
for the purpose of ohtiiiniiiif the in
struction and diiectiou of the House
in lefcicncu to the matter in ques
tion " Cushion's Law aud Practice
of Legislative Assemblies.
E VTEKTA 1 NMENT 1
KnterlHlnin nt, coi.pl-tlng of
Tablaux and Music, will be nlven
hv ho Y U T U., TIIUKD V
hVENING, .-ept. 26tli,at8 o'clock. In
the Y. M. C A. Hull, udmiss on. fiO
ceuu. 0X0 it
SHOOTING game on tho "Ahupum
of MatutJluit," situate at Kuko
lloiul, Inland of Oahu, and known us
thu "Muuuahm Itiiueh," Is forbidden,
15. A. MoWKKNY.
Leasee Shooting Jtlgiit.
Jllonoluln, Hupt. 8 a, 181)0. U'W3t
HOnWQUIJH of Ifiinu, Mnul, linv-
lug iiimlii an uMlgniiiuiii ul lihi
piopi'tiy to dm iiiidiilgiiiiil for tliu
buuulll of liU i'ivillluii, noilio U limithy
uivmi Hint nil uIuIhid ngiiliiM lilm nnhl
hu iiii.i')ii'i in Din iiihIiiuiiii wlililn
(liiij iiimnli-j (iijin ilu'u, uiii nil imihoin
(iitlt'lilnl lo Nlilil, oiiii!)i mu hi.
nmvi loiiiiitti liiiiiiiilliMi) iiitvuiuiii in
iK,mr,,pK :mmm r
Star Mill (Vs Pifi'ly !
On TUESDAY, Sept. SOlli,
AT Vt O'CLOVK XOOS.
AtiheMIU Ho. I will sell at Public uc
tlon tho following: OompiUlng:
Rinse Lois, fii,i sin,
And other Propeity previously ndver-ti-c
by Jno. Hind, Manager.
Theo. 11. WRIGnT,
Which wo arc oiganizlng wodeslruto
stat that we arc utliug within reach
of all the greatet nlucln ibis mtlele
that has eer been offered.
A Solid 14 Kt
At SI Per Week.
than In tho icgular
ZW First club now
join and secure a place.
"" Rcmcnibet !
This Is not an in-
D. F. WlclIM. WatcU CI
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
02ft :tw -10 Merchant St.. Honolulu.
Union Ice Company
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of tho Union tee
Coinpmy held Kilday. ept. 5 181)0, the
foil wing otllceis were e.ectid fur the
President Dr. .T. S. McGrew,
Vice-President H. M Damon,
Manager L. C. Abies,
Auditor n. M. Whitney, Jr.
DiKKCToits Dr. J. S. SlcGiew, 8. M.
Dam. .n. L. U. Able). J. 11. Kinhur. II.
M. Whitney, Jr., F. M. Hatch. .1. tl.
Paty. J. H. FISllliR,
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1800. 054 2w
Sir W. J. V. Bavne9, Bart.,rhalrman,
(Uhector of Loudon Joiut Siook
C A. I'ltKSCOTT, Eq., Dn .Chairman,
lof McfaSis fixscott. Cave, Buxton,
Lode & i o.)
HtituLitT Buooks, Eq.
(Diieetorot the I) unit of England).
J P. OuitltlE, Kq.
(,DIecttir of I ho Bank of England).
U.f. UKTIS. E"q.
(Dheeiur of the Loudon & Hauseatlo
B. 11 lilt USE, Eq.
(Diieetorot thu Bnnk of England).
F. GllLK.NK, Esq.
(nf .Me.srs. Biyth, Greene, Jouidalu
J. O. Hanson, lq.
(Diieetorot th National Provlnchil
Bunk of Eugliiml).
It B w auk, Ccq.
( Iriitnr of Hi National Provincial
Bank of England).
O i , Maon ac. Etq.
E. F. NOKL. Ei-q
P. i. "ALKKlt, Esq.
Sam. .1. 1'li'Ki.v, secretary of tho Coin-
piiiyuud Jtuuagcrof Iho I'hu Depart-
CSrllnvIng heeu uppnlulcd Aoenib
of thu nhovu (oiiip ny, wo uru now
lu.uly to effect lukiiriiucui ut lowektralei
II, W, SCHMIDT & SONS,
lluilulillll, Aug. 1. 1S')0.
Phaotons For Sale,
Minn, tM7, wno,
im m Oh
Watch Globs i
0. R. & 8... GO.
To Ewa Plantation!
" ' 'H';fl
Lsavlns tUo H,.n.lalu Dc.oUt ll4G P. M,
Trains will bo made up ofCoiche
aud Canopy-top Cais all oue pi lee.
try Ezctirslon Kates for these Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Conls to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for
and a bienih of pine
couu per ml e.
a d-llghtful tide
air, for onlv two
FOB SAN FKANCISCO,
Tiie Al .Steamship
Will b avc Honolulu for tliu abovo
Friday, Sept. 26th,
For Freight or I'as-age, apply lo
Wm, G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd.
002 lw Ag utt.
Miss JESSIE D. BHADEN,
Toucher TSlocuti.ni te J3va
Prepared to give k'ous in or out of the
city. Mutual Telephone ."32. 1. O lix
18; cr.t im
THE VERY LATEST !
WE wish to call-tho attention of
hou-ekeepers"to ft, small invoice
of Figured Uhtueso,VaIt'thig, just re
ceived vU S in Fraboitftti, of the very
choicest quality and "Of vtlie most taste
ful and unique de-!gn--4u." colors. This
is the very latest in this line and tho
llrat of the kind ever brought to Hono
lulu We respectfully usk the attcutioii
ot 1. idles to thl-i late-t novelty.
C5S2W THE UNION FfcED CO.
A BISHOP Oo.'s Saving Bank
Hook. The fluder will please
return to McLean Bros., .Nuuauu str.et.
and lecelvc reward. 019 tf
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
TIIE San Francisco Fruit Depot has
icnioved fiom Fort street to No.
87 King sueet in-ur Fort.
GO lm Piopiietor.
MILCH COWS !
"T UST received fiom Hna
" Franeisco 4 veiy fine
Milch iJowp, i wo of whlth
have just calved; will gie
from 16 to 20 quaus of milk dally Ap
ly to THE UN ION FEED CO.
for baggage wa
eon. Island rlock nre-
yr-ha- leirod. 650 aw
for a few
a Fnrnl hed
House lu town or subuibs,
not lena thin eight rooms. Apply ai
ouce at this ntfluo. 04(1 2w
V"' ICKLY Furnished Rooms
every half hour.
TWO Unfurnlihe I Rooms
with b illinium on Ivltu-
ul this olllce.
SHITE of Tin eo Nicely
Fu n.i-liuil Booms, two
bLdrooius uu.l n.iilnr. on
Punihbowl sir et near I'ulice Walk;
Mutable for two single gentlemen.
C01 tf H. F. HKBBARD.
A HOUSE on Young stieot
near Thomas fquuie,
with tho rooms und bath;
also slublo iieciimuiudallous for live
horses, Apply ut
TMUJ J'urnliure of a lu
1 loom coimgu vomict,
for )ii)iiokiiuiug ( oitimo
I'Ulltlllll)' Inuutvd hid) to It'l ul ivusoic
HUiv iuiiiu i iiuiiiiiu nt una nim.ii.
UO ITAU IS lltJ 11 HUlljUt
ASofI ' in aiH!Hi. ,
tmmmm 'l'v "in
Al UiulkUllfLUI l'UtUuhUl
uuii irui uvv.'..n UM-v.w
if. Ill iUUlu
NOW IS THE TIME
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the United States,
Are now sailing their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of luBUruuee goes with every Bond.
The following aro a few of tho many attractive forma offered by this
original and progressive 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, Jt3 payments prompt aud certain, and It
From the iVew York Sun, April Att, 1890.)
Tho Largest Btuuttesa Ever Transacted by a LH'o Aasur-
auco Company. . - -
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the Srst quarter of tho present year is roportcd to exceed Fiftt
'.Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance
toy-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the uudei signed at his ofllcc.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
General Asient for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. . Jan-1-90
EOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
Froi Eufop ant Lais Arrivals Im toe miM Stales.
"Koyal Club" I 42
G. H. Mumm & Co.
TIcnnessy 3 Stsir
De Laage Fil.x 4 Star
Uunsali'Z it Co. 5 Ciown
John Exshaw Exira No. 1
Isley Blend S Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Itye, 1882, in bulk
Lemp's St Louis
Fredericksburg San Jose
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,'
EUROPEAN POUTS and SHERRIES,
Of Beat Quulity;
California, Wines aud XSraai-die-si,
In Casks and Cases. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
The "Best" Tonic
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
POST OFFICE BOX COi. J3rF0- BOTH TELEPHONES 46.
Leading s IVlillinery : House
CORN Ell HOTEL
$f2 We beg to inform the public that we
sale ut Reduced Piiceti.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swins Skirt Lengths will be eold at very low rates
lo niuUc room (or new stocks now on
tho way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
GiJiIaiis lfl Yards for $1 ii Latest Patterns !
Just received latest patterns in Hcrlm, Madras, Lnco Curtains
HOSIERY : HOSIERY
LadlcV it. Children's HoMory, Our grout specialty "IlfaAOK DIAMOND
DYIC," guuruiiui-d Im colors,
DUE8SKP KID Ql.OVUrl, Also, just rcuuivvd lutcst etaplus In Tlillca and
IliHoaii ioaifH. I'aliltj Uovurn, Etc. Alunyi on Imud a Urtfc oloek o( Ludl-Ji',
Cisiil' mid Olilldruii'i. Bliots.
p)oimn JuriilNtliliiK' Qoodmi
A full linv gf Dim, Mliiru, Uulltin. UullV, luWut DlyW In NUr. A
I.jikii vwiKiy u( M )' t mid 0lnMr.Mi' puIii
& JUHIiWOU & 00
Uiirnwr MHwl Krl' MywjtKi
C EC A.MIP.A.O-IV JE
Cures Desnepsia. Strengthens
tho System. Restores Sound Re
freshing Sleep. Priceless to Nurs
& FOKT STREETS,
place our entire stock for
U m) Wu. T5Qul)t.l)u,
W I'Wve, Ut
irvuuuu u mm
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