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SATURDAY, OCT. II, 1S!)0,
IJAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
T Tnlto r.ffi'Ol IIISIIM 110. 1KIHI.
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11 V, I
i Arrivo Honolulu.
S.iluiduq uiitl MiiiiiIiivh iiiiI.v ,
s itiml.n v oulv.
Sinn Mokolll duiii Molokul
Di I II
111- ship IJIi-nufi II, I! living, tin l'oit-
I-iniHled Selu Olgi, I Mnlle, for Sun
I'i.hicKi it ill 1 i in
VESSELS LEAV NC MONDAY.
Ktmr.lus Makic fin Kap.iu ill I p in
Mini Iw.ilniil foi r..ili.iin.i mid ll.iina
l l,ui .il 10 .1 in
rtiiiu Maul and lluvv ill. per "tnir W
H H-dl, Oct Hi Ilium V Y 11m hit anil
W While. Rev bishop W illls. .1 Al Moil
s.urat, .lint in Mon-.iii.il, Kev X
r'Wher, A Hiu holt, wife anil chlhlifii,
V (shelling, A Ifani, All-s Ahccn, .lb
O'Cowdn, Mi Kawuvvchi anil wife, JIN
1C KawcwchLH policemen, mil 7'2ili'ik.
fiom Molok.ii n-i Miikolll, Oct 11
All i J M .Moiimu.ii. Mir- I.m liim. .mil
CAHCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.stun w u liuii-iars ins -mgai, :n
1 held cattle, 1.17 logs mike. 21 lulls.
hide-, US I Iny awn .md 1 10 pkgs.
Stun MokulII 117 sheep. "JO calve. !
Iioim-s, -.11 lugs ni-i I , -T.il ItillcN
FUREIGN VESSELS IN PDRT.
11 It M S Acorn, Toll.ud. fioni a i uiNe
U h S lioqllois Imin baiiioi
Japanese ni.iiwir-M.it TmiKuIij - Kan
fiom India 1 1 Aiwtiali i
Bk IC.imfjoid. Aiu1cion, fmin Newcas
tle, N b V
Hi ik Coiisiielo, A JacoliMm, fiom San
Bk Velooltj, AT.ntlii, ft out Uougkoiu:
Bk lthkei, Lighthoil, fiom l.iiudoii
Hk Lady Lamp-on, 15 dav- fiom San
lik U 1) Miynnt, Jueobsen, from Sun
FOREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H KM Flagship Wat spite fiom Uiltlsh
Bi lik Girv.ui fiom Lheipool, sailed
July 10; due Nov 15-91)
S S Faiallon, b Boniticld. fiom Sin
Diego, due Out 10
h S Aimtialia, lloudlelte, fiom fun
Fiancisco, due Oct 17
HS Mai iposn, f loin ban Fiauclsco, due
b S Xunlnndin, fiom the Colonies, due
Tin- depaitiuc of the BiltMi ship'
Ulliiugfull has been postponed till to
luy. Tlie Amciicnn baik Edwaul May,
Captain D Maliany, loft Boston on
Aug 5th for this poi t w ith full cargo of
general meichandise consigned to
MesisBiewci A-Co. She will he due
heie in Jiuiuuiy, lS'Jl.
F.LDRE8S PHIKHE At St. Andicvv's
Fiiory, Honolulu. Octoltcr 11th. Ihc
aidless l'luebe, In the 09th year of
Sr Funei.ilfrom St. Andrew's Ca-
ihedial, Sunday, October 12th, at 2:110
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A woolen horse blanket iB lont.
Ciirtomh Keport for the current
quartur on tho fourth page.
Gui:am cakes, )ies and nil kindH of
Hwcets to bo had fresli to-day at tho
Tiiu Daily Bulletin Ib by public
choice uh well tin by ciiculation tho
leading paper of tho Kingdom.
The Gleanet's Society will give u
lawn party this uftcinoon, from '.i to (i
o'clock, at Urn reaidonce of W. U.
Uicyoli: (ixhibition and rido lonnd
from l'enrl City biisebull ground, nil
lor ftO euntB, tliiH afternoon, train out
it 2:110 o'clock.
A mketino of the ttockholdeiB of
llMiWuimea Sugar Mill Co. will bo
ihuld next Monday, nt 10 o'clock a.
in,, nt tho ollico of II. "V. Schmidt &
Tin: sen ict'H of Iho Second Con
"ligation of St. AuiIiow'h Cathedral
KHiinuow, Sunday, will bo as follows :
11:15 a. in,, nun niug piuyot with bei
iiion, "To Dmmi," Uarrutt in K Hut,
"Juhilato'Taylor in K; hynuiB 2110,
2H2, 20J ; 7;!I0 p. ni KvoiiBong with
miiiiioii, aiillioiu, "0 TiiBtc ami Si-o,"
A. K, BtilUvuiij hymiiB 281, 2118. Kv.
Alex, Miiollntohli, juiiitoi, All mo
IiinUciI Id alloiiil those uivii't
ST, AHDREWS CATIIE.DRAL,
Nliiutuoiitli Similuj' nflorTilnlty,
Holy Communion (lliiwulliiu) I! il)0
I, U any m iumi u, in,
MuiiilMK I'liiy'!' I'llil huiiiioii nt
IU iw lib
wmm mmm wu nwi'
Mi UuJjJillUJiillilJ Will
oni: hundredth day,
Sah'uhw, Ocl. 1 1.
The House met at lOoMock, h.i
ing a quilt inn llfli'i'ii iniiiulcs lain.
Rep. White, on snopciision of llu1
rules, r 'sent cil n petition from li-
li.imn, licit I). D. Ililtlw in lie retain
ed us a toucher at Luliuitiuluiui.
Illl'llltlS OP COMMIITKM.
Rep. I.iii'as from the printing com
miltee reported a hill printed.
Noble Macfurl.ine asked lor moie
lime foi llie select i oininltlee on t-i-:il
inn bilN. Cratiteil.
oiim i: oi nit dm.
Noble llililwin, on "Rc-olulions"
being ealleil, iuoeil llie miler of the
Consideration of Ihc niuioiity and
ininoiity reports of the coinmilteo
on postil matters.
Noble Baldwin mined that the
printed reports as laid on llie mem
bers' desks he let erred back to llie
chairman of the committee, the mut
ter to be pi inted so fur as ordered
by the llouso to ho printed, lie
quoted the i ule of the House total
ing to the pimimg committee, which
provides that it has charge of the
sessional prinlinir. 'I'he course pui
stied by the chairman was inegtilar
and coiitraty to Hie uilo of the
House. Fuithei, he had given to
the printer mutter never ordered by
the House to be punted. The por
tion headed "lioniuiks" was not
holme the Lomuiitlce, not ho
lme the House, not was it oidered
(Minted. He would not discuss the
reports under his motion, which was
simplv to iclei the lepotts biek to
be pi intcil aim dei ed. While he
would have a good deal to ay when
the rcpoits came up for discussion,
he thought llie House could not af
ford to stultify itsell by rejecting
his motion. It would bo establish
ing a very dangerous piecedent to
allow a chairman of a committee to
print anything lie pleased in an olll
cial document of the House.
Rep. Marques moved that the
report be accepted. The objection
of the lion. Noble for Maui was only
technical. lie as a chair
man of committee had a
right to publish an appendix
to his own repoit. The minority of
the committee had instilled the maj
ority by re-opening the investiga
tion on their own account. The
documents appended to the report
weic submitted to the House with
the report. They had gone to the
Secretary and from him to the print
ing committee. Nothing was heard
about the matter till the chairman
of the printing committee ordeied
the publication stopped because the
report hit his friend, the l'ostmastet
General. If the cliaiiman had not
the right to print collateral docu
ments he was not a free man. Who
knew what should belong to a re
port better than the man who wrote
it? Declaimed that the schedules
were an integral paitof the report,
as they were mentioned in it, and
he dcticd any man to prove the con
tiaty. The President said that some days
ago he understood there was a dilll
cully between the chairman of the
committee on postal matters and the
chairman of the printing committee.
He asked the chairman of the postal
committee if he was printing any
matter not ordered by the House,
and the chairman replied that ho
Rep. Lucas said the lion, mem
ber for the third district was not
content with insulting the printing
coinmitUe, but he must insult the
chairman of that committee as well.
The lion, member said he objected
to the printing because the Postmaster-General
was a friend of his.
Well, he was a friend of his ! When
he received the report fiom the Scc-
letary to be printed there were no
allldavits or letters with it. He
only found out what was being ad
ded on leturning to town after being
absent on account of sickness in his
family. The hon. member never
showed him the documents objected
to, and he had not read them when
he made his piotest. Thoj' weic
necr in the House, they might have
been in Rep. Marques' house. He
had ascertained from the Secretary
that they weic never before the
House, and the President had told
him that nothing not coining fiom
the House should be printed. It
was then that he ordered the printer
in the Klcle olllcc not to have that
matter bound with the ollicial report,
lie had no intention of trying to
cover anything up, but would ex
pose unylhing diity if It was done
by his own bi oilier. The motion of
Noble Baldwin was the smoothest
way to get over a diity
Htiag. Moreover, ho had sug
gested to the chairman of
the postal committee that he should
uslc the IIouhu for orders to print the
matter. Hut ho replied no, It would
would bo nil riglit, llo told tlm
nmniiger of tho Klcle ollico In UiIh
building not to bind that mutter
with thu ronoit, nml uh oliiilrmun of
tho printing uoiumUtoo Ills InatriiO'
tlons Hhouiil hiivi) lii'uii follow ml,
Tliu inport hIioiiIiI ho tint hiiuk to
!tup. II. Wi Wllwi wiirHlwl
Ult It H)ttO D Wiitlt limilur of
iliiiftiriiiiniiyi Ujbwim of i mil"
kiuiiHiyi ii "iiufii fiiuuni mmv inn
iJjw HoiMi to uy u lililu tlm uulli
HlllillJ 1 1 iiltui,
lli'li. (Hiikinl nilti'il Uh' jwljii ul
ot (ler thai luUslotmiics
vvotc not l)U
loic ihc House.
Thu I'icsideiit ruled the language,
on il being inlet pi eled.us enlitcly nut
ofordet. Nutitci missionaries nor
unuels weio befoie Hie Houc.
Wep. Wilcox, proceeding, slid it
was ety st tango to see an clt'oit
nride in ihis llmno In cocrup mis
conduct in olllcc. It Hm could not
do bettei ili'in this, lei them hoist
the Ameiiciti ling and unties' the Isl
ands to the I'nlted Stnli".
Rep. Nuwuhi hud signed Ihc ma
joiily teport although he had not at
tended iiuv of llie meetings. He hnd
done .o heciusii he hud read the
sum n siMleiiicnts. He thought the
printing of I he documents all riglit,
and, if the report was not adopted,
he woiihl tint (otibider himself any
longer a inembci of the committee.
Noble Bnldw in could not under
stand why the chairman had not, as
suggest ed,nsketl I he House lolun call
tho evidence printed. The fact was
that the eidetice on which llieehnir
man based his tepmt did not appeal
in the pamphlet at all. These alll
davits, only exttucls of which weic
punted, were never autlnnied by
the committee. It was after the
minority had picsonlod their leport,
that the majority induced the clerks
togo before C W. Ashfoul, who took
their evidence, lie had been will
ing, and wis now, In have all the
evidence piloted. He had pail of
the evidence taken by llie minority
in his desk now, and il dilfered very
materially fiom sonic of that print
ed. His objection to the pamphlet
was that it contained etracls fiom
ulliduvils without signal taes. He
could not remember all that was in
the allida its or letters, but he did
recollect that some of the post
masleis gave commendations of the
postal system which weic left out in
the pi iulcd document. Besides this
being an insult to the committee and
to the House, it was a one-sided ic
iiot t of the evidence.
Rep. Biowu supported the motion
to refei the icpoii bad;. In the
first pluc, the (ommitlce hud no
jurisdiction to take the statements
ol clerks. They weic appointed to
consider the items of pay of postmast
eis, of ejerks, and ot mad carriers.
The committee examined the clerks
entirely on the stienglh of com
plaints made to them by clerks who
weic in open rebellion against their
supciior. If he had charge of any
olllcc under the Government and
clciks acted in that way they would
go out inside of the minutes if he
lost his olllcc the next. lthout
discipline being enforced on the
staffs of public olllccs there could be
no elllciency in tho set vice tendered
the public. The action of the com
mittee was discouitcous to the print
ing committee. The evidence and
letters could only have been legally
printed by older of the House.
Would the House iae had to pay
for printing pages of the opium
committee's testimony, collected by
the chaitman on his own responsi
bility? He said no. The action of
the chairman may have been only a
mistake, but he submitted that the
repoit should be returned to him.
Rep. While was in favor ot the
repoit of the majoiity. The alllda
vits were valuable, as showing the
basis of the conclusions. Membets
were trying to shield the Postmaster
General. The hon. member for the
liist district thought if the Post
master swote at the clciks the clerks
should get out. lie thought it should
be the other way. (Laughter.) The
finance committee had heard com
plaints about the Postmaster-General's
conduct, but considered it was
out of their province to report
The House adjourned at 12 o'
clock. DEATH OF ELDRESS PHOEBE.
After an illness of only a few
days the Kldress Fhmbe of St. An
drew's Priory breathed her last at
twenty minutes before eleven o'clock
this morning. The deceased was
aged CD years and was u native of
England. She had been a Sister for
foiiy years, twenty-lluec of which
have been spent in these islands.
She was beloved by all who knew
The funeral takes place Sunday
afternoon at half-past two
o'clock from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
who has attended to the spiritual
wants of the deceased Sister during
her illness, will huvo chatge of the
service. The choir of the Second
Congregation will sing the special
psalm, and nlsp tho hymns ''Now
the luboiet's tusk is over," and ''The
Kingof love my Shepherd is." At tliu
grave the pupils of St. Andrcw'H
Prioiy will sing the hymn Jcbuh
lives, no longer now."
Constantinople, Sept. 20. The
ofllcial report of the loss of the
Turkish man-of-war Krtogioul says
fi87 persons were di owned and sixty
rtREAM dikes, I'Ich mid
V-' PiiHtiv, Auiilo Roonuy
Ciiiir, Choice Cieiiiu
t'uiiilleii iind the
my IkixI Ico Cieuin
Hi'Hli io. duy ul
thu "llllie co Uicain l'liilore," M 1
ON the roml fiom WulMU In Ivnllhl
it Woolen lluioo llluiikel. I'leiihu
li'iivmil No. hh run Mien. ill H
i li IKIIIIDi ulU
1111 IHIUI.I jJilUil U
n I" T' ll'JWi
ll'l HllUI ,
ICil DIEM SPEAKS.
Kitl run Bui.t.KiiM
Poor "Knmuuliri" what nil
His defense ol the "enuiable
tor of the Friend" "by one icspecl"
able man," us he styles himself,
might perhaps tunc more weight il
he had signed his own name; then
llie public could have been the
judge of his icipeetubihly, etc. I
tlm, fin un t'nmv hilt Hint, hit iu Mil '
eveomiet, a graduate fiom bing j
Sing, or San ijnenlin, oi u teceiit I
convert fiom evil ways.'
The defense of "Rev." S. K.
Bishop umounlH to this, he is "ven
erable," an "old and respected ic
sidenl," whose life "novel piesent
ed a Haw," and so forth. You Mr.
Kditnr uio maligned as "a new
comer" and have a "scurvy pen;"
you bine aided in defeating "the eiy
men who hold Hawaiian interests
most dear, and who weio leseuing
them fiom thefiink hole of political
lotiuplion up to the vciy (lay Mr.
Thuiston and his friends were wan
tonly removed from olllcc to make
room for alien spoils hiinteis " bo
The above wiiling is the vciy ut
most mad gallop of, spiiuoiiK btci
aiy inebiiely. Let lis lake up this
"respectable" mniioiiiatiiac item by
lrtt. "The enei able editor of the
Friend" is a man who succeeded to
the above honorable position people
trusting he would be found worthy
to fill Father Damon's shoes, Ihc
laichets of which he has pioved him
self unlit and unworthy to loosen.
Gelling his living by purely secular
puisiiils while posing as "Rever
end," localising and surveying ka
naka's kuleunas for purposes of
moilgage. etc., using the theodite
foi iccreant sons of the A. B. V.
M. who hae foigolten the pieoept
of theii fathers and have lei I the
"gieen pasluies" of Chiistcndom
and gone to dwell in the tools of
2d, Mr. Editor, "jou are a new
comer and have a scurvy pen," etc.,
according to Kamaaina. We con
ceive your pen to be too keen, too
truthful, too honest for such "ic
spectable" sycophants as Kamaaina
and kin. You did aid it in "wanton
ly" (?) ousting Mr. Thurston and his
pals from office, and that is your
yrd. "To make places for alien
spoils hunters," says Kamaaina.
The above statement proves that
Kamaaina is neither "respectable,"
honest nor truthful. What places
have been filled by the piescnt Min
istry with "spoils hunteis" or aliens7
Not one, while Thurston's camp was
full of delectable political vaguints,
and it will take tune before the Na
tional Reform Party can weed out
the unhealthy garbage of so-called
4th. "The present political party
which has through corrupt means
temporarily triumphed over the
right," saj's Kamaaina. It is said,
"Hell knows no fury like a woman
scorned," and it may be observed
that a "lespectablo Kamaaina" wal
lows in the slime, when as a battled
politician, he chucks his "stink
pots" at his honorable, upiighl con
querors. The dauntless effrontery
of the man is his condemnation, and
the editor of the Fi ienil evidently
has very low associates.
We now heave Kamaaina, in and
by him theic is "no political re
demption," he belongs not to "up
right and disintciested patriots,"
but belongs to that peculiar class of
toituous beings, stunted in what
should be their prime, who are al
ways belittling their country and
friends, sowing discord, ci eating dis
trustjdepreciating values, and trying
to create trouble among brethren, ami
who have neither part nor lot in what
wc believe to be Hawaii's bright fu
line. Icit Dun.
A MEETING of the stoeknolders of
the Wnlinea Sugiii Mill Company
will he held on MONDAY, the llkli diy
of October, tit 10 o'eloek a.m., at the
ollleeolll. V. Schmidt & Sons, Foi t
stieet. II. LOSE,
(i7 '.It Secietary W.S. M. Co.
nllAUCOAL and Salt.
rpilA'T Tinet oi I'.ucol of
L Laud hilunted hi l'alolo
Valley, containing it n aiea of
lfi) nerea mote or lens ami
belonging to the estate of
Cluis. Long, deceused. A lease may be
given foi a teitn of je.iisand immediate
possession, if deslied. 'This land was
for a teitn of ten venrs under lease
to tlm kite Philip Milton. I'm fiuthcr
bifoiinalion pleapu apply to
V. A. SCllAEFER.
Giiiiiillun K-tuteChuB. Long, dee'd.
FOR SALE !
Ami a 'ii'li lot of
DAT, BBaIN 81111 PI),
till! livulW'!) In iiiii)i)l!lli i(m nt.
A Delightful Enterlainmciil !
'pili: Geiiiici' Suelelx will given
t l.iwn I'uilv TO-MURKOW (Sit
uidiiV) AI'ir.KN'OON.ul tl'c icsiileiiie
of W It. Citle. (inner ot Kin in mid
Vletmli lici-, finiii it to I! o'clock.
Ailinl-iiii i "ill ( em no en i ilium1
loi relichiiu nt. Tenuis ami ci(iiiii
sels on the giii'iml. Ml ttic i iviled.
Ascliorlierg Pianos !
.Iil.( icceheil i li ilk '
fi oil) l.oiiiiou.
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
'I he-e iiixliiiineiils hive been aeknow -hducdhv
nil Hie leading iniedciuiis of
the dnv to In1 the eiv c-encc and epi
tome or ill licit !.
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
pioillicliolisof llie mi wt leiiowiied
iinkus in the wol Id.
Have icpcitcdly been iisimI b ihi load
ing pianist of the d iv al aft the piln
cip.il emu cits in London and the con
tinent or Kiuopc.
Iffif" Eveiy llistiiiiueiit is gu.iiaulKil
lo he or llie hc-t iniiteiiils iind is liu
Mied In Hie most siipeiini Mvlc in evei
Cor. Foil A ijiiecii strei t.
All onion foi eaitigepiouiptly.itteudod
to. l'aiticular attention
paid to the
Storing" & Shipping
Of good in tiansit to tliu othei Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest
tar Oi t ict:: Net door to
Moig.in's auction loom.
oct 11 Mutual Telephone No. 19. 1S0O
CAPTAIN If. Ltghtbody, of the b.uk
'Kb ker,'" will not be icsponsble
for nnv ileitis eontincted by hiscicw
without his wiitteu oidei. (177 tf
A LL pel sons
who aic indebted to
XV the cntnto of
Chits. Hit. mi. aic
requested to make immediate settle
ment to Mrs. Cli. is. llliain, or to
077 Iw DAVf I) DAYTON.
rpilE Dwelling ami Beauti
X fill Grounds belonging
to f. Kicmeiischneidcu. on
I'uiicliliowl Miuel. Inrpilie of
1)7.1 -2w W.O. SMITH.
PURNISHKI) Rooms, sin
L gle oi in siilios; also
TWO Roomed Cottage,
finnlMieil or iiiifm-
ilislicd, on l.iimiii stieet.
w. lov r..
A VERY Convenient
nished or imfuiulhliuiL licar
tlie old bnselmll gioiiml at Mnkiki Ap
ply al 11 FLICK'S AGENCY,
07i tf US Meicliiuil Mieet.
A SUITE of Tlneu Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
hcihooiiiH and ptuloi, on
Punchbowl slice! near l'alncu Walk;
Kiillnblo foi two fiugh) geiitlemen.
(ilil If II. P. IIIUIIIAUI).
A HOUSE on Young Mieei
near 'ThomnK Sipiaiu,
wllh live i oodih mid hath;
also stable acioiiimodallons fm live
buna's,. A ppl v ut
(iUOtf Foil uti eel.
rpilB rnuiltnio of n llvo
X loom cottage complete,
for hoiicekeonlng. Unltuuo
ceiitrully located mid to let nt u ioupou
ublo tciitul, lii()iibonl thin oilUu.
TO LET or LEASE
COTTAGE on King
Klieet. with 7 loonix,
Incliulliig kllclii'ii, i'Ic: nilu-
nIihi well wuloi'i hlnlilu mill oiiIIioiimii,,
' AMll. riillKANIiiy..
117.1 If At K- i. Hull A rion'
Amtmk 1 ihliiiiiK uiuiiniml
HM mi, uiiiin, llii.imn. In m &
I'lUlllljU IlifiU llUlll)
ilmiiiiiii 1 y
K...... Ti.iiIi l.i
Xf ' VW lVS!
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fun
Hue ot lnsutatice goes with ecty Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive foims offered by this
oiigiuul and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " ' " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
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CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company fs equitable, its payments piompt mill certain, and Its
(7Vow thf iWw York Sun, April -Ui, IHtlO.)
Th hurg;!rt HiisiucHH ISvor TrsiUHiictoil hy a Ijlt'u AsHiir-
Tho new business of the Equitable Life Assiunnce Society of New
York for the tlrst quarter of the present year is reporled to exceed Fikiy
Million Doi.laus. This is at the rate of two hundred viillwtm of amir
nut e jar the. ,y', and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
jayhiforiuatimi cliect fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the umleisigiied at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-tlO
COItNEIt HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chas. J. Fishol. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
FOR SALE !
V. "ADONIS" A "11LENCJFELL"
From Eorope fiwl Late Arrivals from tie Uuiled States.
"Royal Club" I r3
"Elephant" f V
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l'ommory Sec '
Louis Roedercr )
HcnncBBy 3 Stai
Do Lnugu l'ils-1 SI a i
(loiiHule & Co. A (J) own
John Exshaw Etia No. 1
iHlny Blend Scotch
ISourhon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 188'J, in hulk
Lenip'n St. Lou'ih
II ASS'S ENGLISH ALL,
EUROPEAM PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Ret Quulitj ,
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In OuekH uml Ciifei.. Etc., Lie, Etc., Etc,, Lie,
The "Best" Tonic
W, 0, PHAOOOK & 00.
KHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streeta.
sllanery : House
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