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UAIM IJIIU.JiJTIN; IJUfM MJ U.t l, II.
i , OCTOBER 16
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111- 104tii DAY.
L TIIUHHDAY, OCT. 1(, 18!lf.
.Sliur.l A Omiiuiliis from Wiihimiuiln
Stinc .limit's Vnkee from Kiip'i
Si'lir miry K Kotor from KhuhI '
llktuo .s O Wilder, (Jrlllltln. II tiny
from Han r-'r.iuelM'i)
SMChhiii, M"ibury, 7 liny fioin H:in
VESSEtS LtAVlHi: TO-MORROW.
KSCIiIiih, f"i Yokohama iiihI II1111;;-
konj;' ;il In ;i in
Slnir (' I! liHlmp for Wnliiiuie, Wainhlit
mid Kooliiu tit il n in
.Stuir t'liiudhio lor Muni mill Hawaii til
L' r 111
Holir l.iliolllio lor Wiilanac
CAftcoES frgm isiahd ports.
Hnirr, K lllhoi U hides. u.V, Inis
rice. 71!:! ling paddy, ;i(i bale liny,
J(ll lich liamilii, 117 i':li'S haiiiiniu
and lii'J tutkcj.T
Slmr.l A 'imiiiilii-t :io 1iira fsuijar. 11ml
.Ml liiijj- ili'i'.
Kiom Knol.ui, pi-r stinr (' It ltKliop.
Del ir.-.l (i Domini, Mr (iav and 'J:!
Kiom K'aptia. nor 'tnir .In Mill 00,
Oct It; It c .Spalding, t'.ipi Kn-. Jtov
II iMiiilii'i'g. r Miijj and "1 deck.
l-'iom 1111 KriiuoNco, per bktuo S O
Wilder, Oct Hi 1C w .Schmidt. Or Win
ters. II Kroner. II Fuller, (r Strnte
nioyer. Win McCii'idle-", Mis McMillan,
Mrs Wilson, Mr.s Reeve. Ml-. Korgunn.
mid 11 Kundrli'ks.
'the to:imehlp Australia 1 dm to
morrow troiii !-nn FrnnoNoo. and the
iteaiii-lilp Zvalandla fiom tin- l-'olonics
fil ionic lor Stiii Frniiri-iMi.
Tlii" Imikentino S ti Wilder. (':litalll
liillll'li, nniwd Ihl-tiflciunnn, 11 days
fiom Sun Fiiinoisen, v III II cabin pas
sengers. She brotiglit n full' cargo of
.general inciclimidie consigned to
iMessr-, V Sclinefer it (Jo. hhu also
brought L'Ol) hogs, :i horj-cs and 1 cow
tor Win Mi:. nmllcHS. Had lint! breeze
1 lit I'lithe pasiago.
WILLKS-At l.iline. Ktintii, hy accident,
Oct. llih, Florence- M.. beloved uilo
of 0. II. Willi, aged 'it years,
San Krauci.-co paper please copy.
LOCAL &CENtRAL NEWS.
A nooK-KKi:rKi it- wanted.
k steamer China luoiiglil no
JmxiK Kama of Waituiae is dangor
Tiik stiiiunor Cliiuti will leave port
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
A itooK-Kr.BPKit is wanted
j umall m'I. of hooks in the
Mi:. A. B. Serimgcour, book-keeper
if the 1'ont OfHcu, has been removed.
(lonniin bark Adonis arrived
lit San Frnnuibco Sept. 28tli, 31) days
from this port.
PniNoicss Kaiuluni, who is attend
ing school in England, is tiftein
years old to-day.
H. B. M, S. Melpomene is on her
way out to this station to lelieve the
Champion, which will probably leave
The Admiral, Captain and Officers
of U. S. S. Charleston entertained
Ihoir many friends on board ship
The Commercial Travelers' Bill
passed this afternoon on a vote of 17
to 19, and the House proceeded to
the consideration of the Census Bill.
Mil. L, J. Levey will sell at the
Fish Market o'n Monday, October
20th, by oider of Ar. C. Parke, ah
hignee, the bankrupt estate of J. A.
Tiik Temple of FiiRhion will re
ceive by the Australia, due lo-mor-iow,
a large stock of dry and fancy
goods of the latest patterns and best
The Bulletin returns thanks to
Mr. Juck Hare for full files of San
Francisco papers; also to Captain
OrillitliH of the S. O. Wilder for sev
eral late papers.
The annual meeting of the slock
lioldms of the Waianae Sugar Co.
will be held at tho oilice of H. A.
Widemanii on Monday, October 20th,
ul !) o'clock a. 111.
Mk.sskh. George Stratemeyer, Wm.
McCandless and Burt Fuller, of the
lit m of Allen & Itobinson, were pas
wengera by the S. O. Wilder, which
arrived at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Captain Prceman, master of the
lnter-Jsluud steamer W. G. Hall, lias
been spending u. vacation in tho At
lantic States, and ia now on his way
hack lo the Hawaiian Itdnndn. lie
visited tho Merchants' Exchange
Till', briganliiio Lurluio, diifled
iihlioro in a dead calm, at tlio Sun
Francisco hemU, Out. Int. Before an
niHtiiiicn urrivi'il ulio liml several lioles
Miiutdicd in hoi' bottom, Her cargo
uf U1H7 liligs sugar lb a total los.
The vosiuil wiih ilnniagiiil to tho "
lent of iiliimt fjri.OW, Tim liilgmi.
line l, I). HiH'el(nlrt nihil iiiiiiowly hh
nipeil liifling iikIioio at thn puiiiii
tiuii'i lnit wmh lowi'il mil itf i1hiik'I'
liv 11 HlK
EVENTS THIS EVUHJHQ,
LliJJiaij' UJi'UUlitf V. M. V, Am Ul
. J IxiiiyliiJUj lnU)j' Ua, Jilii4i
1 n h mi
Tnt;i:siiAY, Out. Id.
'I In- House onimetl ut, 10 o'elot
ItKI'OHTS OK COMM! nr.cs.
Noble Isenlierg pi esi'iilt'il the re
poil, of the education cotnmittec, on
the petition to have I). I), lhiltlwln
retained as priiiuipsil for Lahaioa
luna. They liml that Mr. Baldwin
has neci'pted the pritieipalship of
Ilniiiakiiiipoko "ehool, ami recom
mend that Hie petition he laiil on the
Hop. Honkaiio imiveil th.it the ie
porl lie adopted.
Rep. White inoveil It bo laid on
tho table to give an opportunity of
hearing from Mr. Baldwin himself.
Noble Mtiller presented the re
port of a majority of the cominerce
committee on the bill to provide for
the importation of Ohinese as agri
cultural laborers, also on the bill to
provide for the deportation of Chin
ese miller eeitaiu circumstances.
Tliov submit, amended bills on both
sill j 0 s. Si;;neil by K. Muller, K.
('. .liii'furl:me and .Joseph Nawahi.
Cecil Brown dissents in repaid to
the Minoiiiil of the bond to be given
lor Chii cte laborers, which he thinks
should be S100 instead of 200.
Hop. A. S. Wilcox moved the re
poit bo tabled to await the minority
Noble Mtiller moved an amend
ment that in the meantime the hills
be printed. Carried.
Noble Muller presented the unan
imous report, of the commerce com-
jinltee on the bill to allow Migar
planters lo import laborer from
abroad. They are of opinion that
ir the bill submitted by this com
mittee, In regulate the introduction
ot Chinese labor, should pass there
would be no neocHsity for llie Act
under consideration. They there
fore recommend its indefinite post
Noble Marsdcn moved it be laid
on the table to be considered witli
the bill. Carried.
Hop. llookano presented the re
port, of the judiciary committee on
the bill defining the meaning of Sec.
1588, Civil Code, recommending that
the bill pass.
Laid on the table, on motion of
Hep. Brown, to be considered with
Hep. Biekard presented the report
of the select committee on the Ha
inakua Water Company bill. They
find that there are water resources
available, that the company would
spend 120,000, and the work would
be a miblic benefit. Laid on the
table to be considered with the bill.
Noble Waldbridge presented the
report of the liquor bills committee
on a bill to amend the liquor law of
1888. They find that the section
proposed to be amended was declar
ed unconstitutional by the Supreme
Court, and recommend that the bill
be indefinitely postponed. Adopted.
Noble Widemanii presented the
report of the select committee on
the bill to change certain election
districts on Hawaii. They believe
it would be unwise just now to make
the changes, therefore recommend
the bill be indefinitely postponed.
Laid on the table, on motion of
Rep. Waipuilani, to be considered
with the bill.
Noble Widemann presented the
report of the select committee on the
bill to amend the election law. They
submit a schedule af amendments
with which they recommend the bill
pass, lie read a report from Rep.
Brown, dissenting from the provi
sion regarding secret voting. He
also read the following recommenda
tion by Noble Muller :
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1S90.
Hon. J. S. Walkkii, President Leg
Sir, I fully agree with the maj
ority report, excepting as regurds
Sec. 95. subdivision 12, which I beg
to recommend to read as follows:
12. "Every person who induces
or procures or tries to induce or
procure any person to withdraw
from being a candidate at an elec
tion, or to cause his resignation
from the House of Nobles or Rep
resentatives after having been elect
ed, in consideration of any payment
or gift, or promise of any payment
or gift, or of any threat, and every
person who withdraws or resigns in
pursuance of such inducement or
procurement or promise."
The recommendation is mado in
view of mv own experience alter 1
had been elected, when strong
threats were used to induce mo to
resign my seat in this House. 1
honestly consider the persons using
such threats, which have been car
ried out in consequence of my refus
al to submit to sumo, just us guilty,
us though I hud yielded,
K. Mui, 1,1:11.
Rep. l'aehaoli) presented the min
ority report of the mtnitury com
mittee on tho petition of S, K. Mee
Ifupu for $2.,i0 puy for aorylccH lo
Icpurs. Thuy recommend $100 bn
puld, Signed by A, 1'. I'milmolo
mill 1'. K1111111I,
Uid 011 tlio lulilo to lioconslituml
with tint Appropriation Hill,
Tim I'liiblilmit luipolhtml, un select
uoiiiinlUou nu tlin Kulliiii wliurf iiml
1 lie, juHr, Wnlpiilliinl, Mui'fitr
liiiin, AliiUiiiiliy, lliou, mui I'lmlm-
liiijh llunliuno jirittfiiliu) llm in
my ruium Ui niJIiuwj wim-
IP HUBBll JUUUUiUJ lull'
mm w mamw im
'IM UW HT
W UlUuV'Ul'i1 mu$ U JW!
A. Cummins an associates. It only
oalls for the subsidy provided ill the !
gen era PH nil way Act of 1878. They
lecommend that the name of J. A. j
Cummins be substituted by that of
f. V. Cummins, because the former j
is a member of the Cabinet. With
this and other amendments they
ri'iouihiend that the bill pass. Sign
ed by .1. K. llookano, John M. Hor
ner," .John 1'liilhps, and H. I). Wal
bridce. Noble Pinker, who promised the
minority icp'iit to-morrow, moved
that the inajmiiy lepoit be laid 011
the table to uwatt the minoiity re
Hep. Waipuilani presented the
report of the selci t committee on
homestead bills. They submit 0110
bill 111 place ol several considered
by lliem, which they recommend
Bill ordered lo be printed.
ULSIII. ui loss.
Hop. It. W. Wiloox moved a re
solution that the request of Hep.
Marques to retire from certain com
mittees be granted.
Rep. Paebaole held that the mem
ber should give good reasons before
his request was grunted.
Rep. llookano tliouuht the. mem
ber .should allowed lo retire from
Noble Walbridge was of opinion
that the passage of 1 lie resolution
would establish a bad precedent.
Hep. Waipuilani moved that the
resolution be laid 011 the table.
Noble Parker, although not much
in favor of the resolution, did not
think the House could force the lion,
member to serve on the commitlecs.
What would be the use of the com
mittees with only four members.
Hep. Hickard thought the House
was wasting lime. One man can
lead a horse lo the water's brink,
but, twenty men cannot mukc him
drink. While he did not approve
0MI10 member's conduct, he saw no
good in foicing him to stay on the
Rep. Nawahi opposed the reso
luliou. Both the resolution and the mo
tion to lay it on the table were lost.
Noble Isenberg asked for indefin
ite leave of absence. U ranted.
Rep. Brown moved the order of
the day. Carried.
onnr.it or tut. n.v.
Second reading of bill lo amend
the law 1 elating lo wholesale busi
ness. Rep. Brown, on tho first section
being read, said the bill was to pro
tect wholesale merchants who paid
taxes, etc., against drummers from
abroad selling in sample rooms. He
moved an amendment to the first
section, which passed and the am
ended section passed.
Rep. Nawahi feared the bill would
operate against consumers in pre
venting the introduction of cheap
goods. He signed the favorable re
poit without understanding the bill,
and now moved that the bill be in
Recess iroin 12 to 1 :.'50.
Thomas Hicks, the well. known
American portrait paiutcr, died at
Utica, N. Y., on the 8th.
The Inmau steamer City of New
York arrived at Sandy Hook from
Queenstown Oct. 8, beating the
White Star steamer Teutonic exact
ly one hour. The winning time was
o days 21 hours 1!) minutes. On
the outward trip to Queenstown of
these steamers, there was only five
minutes difference in their passages.
Coming home they were in sight of
each other a great part of the pas
sage. Senator Standford of San Fran
cisco arrived from Europe by the
steamer Teutonic in improved health.
He speaks strongly in favor of re
strictions on some wines coming to
America from France. The French
wine-makers use California wines to
concoct the adulterated stufl' the'
send to America. The Senator de
nied the report that he proposed to
form an opposition line to the
The Dupont powder mills, on the
Hrandywine, Delaware;, blew up on
the 7th, killing and injuring many
persons. The explosion was heard
forty miles away.
Meyer Jonassen of New York lias
received a cablegram from Merlin
that his son Joseph had been acquit
ted of the charge made against him
by three drunken students, who ac
cused him of saying, "1 sneeze at
your Emperor." This is a political
crime, with a penally of ten years
William Spagtie, only son of ex
Governor Spraguc of Hhode Island,
committed biiiciduia Seattle, Wash.,
on the 7tli.
The Union Iron Works, Sun Fran
cisco, havo received the contract for
one of the new htittlu hliips, Their
hid was SII.MO,!)!)!).
I'ruwiur C'rlnpi of llnly Hjiolio
Hlrongly ut h Imiiipint iigiilimt llie
ngllutuiH wmiKIng to inieiii pooplu
by iluiiitinilliiK llm iDDloiidloii of
iiimnlimiiiui lunltory miller Urn mi
hIuii of mlilnlliii. Tim imIdII"ii
hi ii'nuluiilNin nimlil ma llit oliulp
nf Kiimim iimiliiiit llulv. 'I' nun vviis
110 lihulMt lull fill' juiii' Ul Wllini" Ui
uijiv Tiiilif iUluuuw n wUuuir
4B uul m Um ilu iw W$W
the plans of the Vatican for llie
restoralion of temporal power. .
Secretary Balfour, while admit
ting thai tiie potato failure is serious
in some parts, says the cry of a '
general famine in li eland is absurd, j
A Rome despatch says unollier j
Londonese expedition is being dis- j
cussed between Knglaml and Italy. J
The object is to restore the rule ol j
the Khedive ol Kgxpl over the
tribes that revolted under the Malidi.
The continual inroads of these tribes J
upon Upper Kgypl are extremely
llie I . .. s. Baltimore lias neon
ducked at Kiel, (ioruiany.
(iladstoue, writing in support, of
the Liheiul candidate at Koelos. de
clines that every otic voting for the
Conservative candidates will bo re
sponsible for the employment of
bullets and batons against legal and
peaceful meetings In Ireland, which
would not be tolerated in England.
The stiike of New Zealand colliers
has failed. The Sydney sheari'is'
strike is also ended.
(Jen. Butrilus has given sutisfao
toiy explanations of the presence of
Ciiialeinalaii troops on the Salvador
frontier, and it is believed there is
not much danger of another war.
A lire in Sydney, N. S. W., did
damage ol S7, (100,0110 on Pitt, Cas
tle, Moore, and Hunter streets.
About half the loss is covered by
A small band of royalists in Bra
zil, under a naval ollloor named
Jose Juan, aims to restore Houi Pe
dro on the throne. The Govern
ment professes not to fear the or
ganization, as the royalist feeling is
believed to have died out in the
There arc fresh alarms of revolu
tion in the Argentine Republic.
The U. S. K. S. Charleston Band
and Royal Hawaiian Band will give
a combined concert Friday evening,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:Ut)
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AUT I. (tl) HAWAIIAN llAXll.
Introduction Uicn.i Wagner
Selection Italian Melodies. .Boinpoetli
(h) (JIIAlll.ESllIN HANI).
Trio Original (new) Carlini
l'o'ka Kiicndi-liip (new) Contrado
(Saxophone Solo, .Mr. Uro'-skurtli)
Duet Exceptor (new ) Balfe
Fantasia Oi iidiial (new) Contrado
(Saxophone Solo Mr. Gro-skiirth)
That is Love How Love Came
(Winds by MNOtulli Ward)
l'AUT II ClOMIUNKI) HANDS.
Overture 'llie King's Lieutenant
Walt, Xita (new) Williams
The International Congress (new)...
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
HOUSE AND L0B3Y.
Said Candidate McCarthy to the slate
"Your wages I'll put under garnishee.''
Said the employee to the young candi
date, "You're only talking the crowd to pla
cate." Time passed, and McCarthy as Noble
The employee said, "Now, we'll see the
Hut the Noble wouldn't put his promise
And the garnishee law will endure lo
There is no change in centrifugals
since last quotations. Heels are
EXTRA Fine Mluee Pies fresh every
day at the "Elite lee Cream Par
lors." US5 lw
CAMARINOS' Refrigerator will ar
rive per S. .S. Australia to-morrow
with the following units, etc., in plen
tiful supply: Grapes, Peaches, Plums,
bait let Pears, Sugar Pears, Apples,
Pippins, Cal. Oranges, Fresh Frozen
Oysters, in tins and shell; Celery, Cau
liflowers. Also, full lines of new sea
son Potatoes and Oiiions. California
Fruit Market. (!S.r III
A YOUNG Man of good character
with some knowledge of hook
RELIABLE Person to keep a
small set of hooks In the eveu-
AddreHs "P. 0. jiox :i.i:i."
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Walauac Co. will
bo held at the oilice ot II. A. Wltle-
111:1111 1 MONDAY, Oct. til) th, at II
o'clock a. ji. C. O. 1IEUUEU,
(iK." :tt Secretary,
TIlEICapiolaul Maternity Homo has
two moms to lucoiiiuiodiiio paying
patient. Ladle of moderate menus
who wish to M'curu a home 011 leason
nbh) terniH, liefoio and during Ihu time
of their ooiillnimiuiil, wlieie tlio liimt of
food, iittuiiihiitco, nursing and medical
sl.111 will be provided, will plcimu apply
at the Homo to .Mrs, Miller, the iiminin.
who will 11 1 1 mill to admittance, give
loiiii nr other Inhumation io.iiiliod,
Hiiiioliilil.Ocl. I, IMiu, II7A iliii
rKAiri.A liulnt' 111111I1) 1111 iilgn-
lliem in Hit uiitli'inlgiioil hir ihn
lieiiulll id III riialllm., nil iHiiniiit lim
ll!M Hiljllll UtfUlllll Willi tl, Kllllllll Mil'
rWlliWdWli 10 pIMfMIII Mum.) NliliJn mil
111011 Ul lilt' uihWMnjyinp HMJiuu,
.UU.ttJM JWWUMJ W ill MJUMt
d iwumiwuv lui'iiiiuu iu iuu
niuoiii: .nun), (j. .1.
Wr.DNI'.sDAV, Cot. L.
King vs. Kolii : sentenced, to 12
mouths in Keforiliiilory'Seliool.
King vs. I tuiipii -; rubbery 2d de
gree t In trial.
iii'.roitr. iiii.Kimiiis, .1.
In re bankruptcy ol Richard Cay
foul of Honolulu, O.ibu. 1). Day
ton a ligiicc per so. Final account
mid petition ol assignee for dis
charge. Oidored liml. account, bo
allowed, and that upon assignee's
filing ii'coipts of ci editors for bal
ance estate, lie he discharged and
his biiml cancelled.
In re estate of Chas. N. Arnold
deceased intestate. Petitioner per se.
Petition of Mrs. C. N. Arnold for
letter.- of administration. Oidered
Unit letter of administration be
issued to petitioner under S200 bond.
r m. j. wi i.ii:k,"
- - ,V FHF.SII LOP OF
HAY & GRAIN
KOlt SALE 11V
John F. Oolburnfe Co.
All oiders fur cartage promptly attended
to. I'ailicidar attention
paid to the
Btoring & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also. Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
tOr Oi'imci:: Next door to .las. F.
Mm gan's auction room.
Mutual 19 -uTELEPHONESjftar Bell 414
US'- CilVKN OVT -fjSa
Monday alternooii, October i:tlh, the
following were drawn:
Cum 1 Member Xo. 2."i.
Oi.un 2 Member Xo. US.
Cl.Ult .'! Member No. Hi.
Ci.im 4 Member Xo. .!().
Cum r, Member Xo. x$.
(Hot No. 6 Nov Pirning!
and secure a placo 111 this
Bay We guarantee that every mem
ber of our clubs will positively get a
Solid U Karat Gold Watch with line
full Jeweled Waltliam Movement for
$1,00 Per Week.
H. F. Wicliman, Watch ClnD
New Hawaiian Directory
TIIE aboyo Directory is now to he
obtained at the. .store of Mosm's,
Hensou, Smlili & Co.
i!":l 'Jw N.
Ostrich Notice !
YISITOIIS are. entreated not to enter
the paddock's where the birds me
kept, not. to tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers. Some birds me Hitting,
the others ai rived 011 the 10th instant,
reipihe rest and should uotlic disturbed.
They can all be seen from the entrance
where visitors will nlwavsho welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20. 181)0. tiii.l lm
T KOD1IIQUES of K111111, Maui, hav
tJ lug made an assignment of his
property to the undersigned for the
iienullt of his creditors, notice is hereby
given that all claims against him must
bo presented to tlio ninlcrlgiiei! within
three months' from date, and all persons
Indebted to said J. liodrliUes am 10
iicHcd to miiko immediate payment to
tho undersigned at his olllee In llouo
Honolulu, Sept. -J I, lftil), HUT If
rpilAT Tiiiot nr I'.ocol of
1 Lund slliuilnl hi 1'iilulu
el1. 1'liiiiiiln ng mi hum ul
inn iion initio in- lo tti'id
lieloiiuliig In till liblMtr'uf
rilllN. ,0lg, ll'0l'ilOl a llMHI muv I10
Uhcil fur a li'iiu ol vihiimHhI IimiduiIIiiIo
iiiiMiiuloii. If di fluid, Till I11111I wuo
ul' ii liuni of ion icillt iiinli'l itMiM'
nlliolillu 'ill) JiliMiii HO I'Uilli'i
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NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED KOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and itB
(From the iVeio York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tliu Ijartfosfc Business Ever Tnuimtoted by a Lifo Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of txoo hundred millions of twur
niice.J'or the jeur, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Itajrlnforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oilice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CO UN Ell HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can rind the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading ; Millinery i House
Chas. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel StB.
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" (t "BLENGFELL"
From EDi'opo niii Late Arrivals from tie United States.
G. H. Minimi it Co.
.Louis Roeileier )
llenncssy 3 Star
l)e Laagu Fils'l Star
(ousale. it Co. ft Crown
.lolin KxbIihw Extra No. I
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