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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD CO.'S
To Tnu nirM-t piiiiit an. ihuo.
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7:30 Il):fil 3:51 5 :45f
8:35 11:55 4:65 OsCOf
Wkunisday, Nov. 12.
l'lio House nict at 10 o'clock.
t Saturdays only.
LOCAL & GEN. RAL HEWS.
Knoink Co. No. I mcclH this even-
A Chinaman hung hininoH nt
Kuilua, Komi, lust week.
Tin: Australia ia tlue from
I'Viinoisieo next Friday morning.
Thk Meanicr Alameda will inrivc
fioin the Colonies on or about Kattit
duy the lfith inwt.
Tiik Myrtle Boat Cluli will hold u
meeting this evening at 7 :!I0 o'clock,
ut the boathouBC.
Mil. W. It. Salter wishes ii situa
tion as clerk or assistant bookkeeper
in an oilice or store.
The Hawaiian Band played ut the
residence of II. It. H. l'lince.-s Liliu
okalani, Beiolania stieet, this morn
ing. The icgul.tr monthly meeting of
the Healani Boat Club will be held
ut their boathouse, ut7 rllOo'cloek this
Tin: 0. R. & L. Co. have made
arrangements to issue low-rate tickets
to Pearl City and return from Nov.
15th to Nov. 29th inclusive.
Ahoiit 100 men from the Japa
nese man-of-war Tsnkuba, with arms,
accompanied by the o Hi eery, enjoyed
a drill inarch along King stieet this
The Ladies' Society of Central
Union Chinch will hold the monthly
social on Thursday evening at 7 :30
in the church parlor. A cordial in
yitation is extended to all.
"MKMBEiisof the Legislating were
subscribing libel ally this morning to
the King's Binhday celebration fund.
Sergeant Nowlein worked the House
to that end with his usual diplomacy.
If you have frequent headaches,
dizziness and fainting spells, accom
panied by chills, cramps, corns, bun
ions, chilblains, epilepsy and jaun
dice, it is ti sign that you arc not
well, hut arc liable to die any minute.
Pay your subscription a year in ad
yance and thus make youBi'lf solid
lor a good obituary notice.
The Bishop of Honolulu, at the
meeting of trustees of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, called by him in obedience
to a mandamus ol the Supieme
Court, refused to put a motion made
by a trustee. Then lie withdrew with
two of the trustees, and the others
xe-organi.eU the meeting, with Itev.
A. Mackintosh in the chair.
His Majesty held ti consultation
with the Cabinet at one o'clock this
afternoon, witli regard to proroga
tion of the Legislature. The com
juitlce on the subject awaited the re
sult before waiting on His Majesty a
second time. Later: His Majesty
has consented to the prorogation of
the Legislature on Friday next at
noon. The Legislature will act ac
EXPRESSION OF THANKS.
The ladies concerned take this
weans to express their 'very hearty
thanks to all who so kindly aided
them in the fair for the Sailors'
Home. Through the courtesy of
Admiral Brown they had a most efll
clent corps of workers to decorate
the building ; and to the Charleston
band and all aboard ship they ex
tend their thanks. Also to Mr. Ber
ger and hiB ever ready musicians ;
to the kind artisans in various walks
in life, who gave them substantial
aid ; to the Press of Honolulu, and
to each and every one who lent a
hand. It is impossible to name all
of the host, but the ladies managing
the fair wish every one to feel him
self personally thanked, and that
with heartiness. Finally, thanks
.are returned to the ever generous
Honolulu publio who in defiance of
the weather turned out to make the
occasion a success.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
.The tmscball-on-Snnday hill was
killed last night without benefit of
clcniv. Soniu of the National Re
formers were accessory to the fact,
and some including the father of the
tililltl were out of the way.
Hup, Nuwiihl'n bill to nuike the
adjacent seas tributary of untold
wuultli lb the nation wont the way
of nil the twill Inut night, nolwitli
Hluiidlng Uh author' uloiii)ia up
jit'ul in which liu liHllimtwl Ocean
IMuml " uoiivi'iiliint pltiuu of liiui'
itilliiiuul for ul tliu Cliliuitfii.
AllOlllul' Vll'llll) of lula l(Mir WII4
tliu Imlli'l' liitfii'iilmi bill, wllll'll In
HtitlliiK vi'iivruiiin lUTM III" Hi"
fimNPil lt'S Mur' yilllHin In
ife,.i,m.l Tim "little mil linn"
jhniplliml llxlil (ut IiIhuIiIIiIi
H uii iiiu iimjiy mvv wi uv
gJJlu'l'UVlMiui wi'ttiufu uir imum
ttWuH i , wu mw )1Wlr
mm hjw uj wu imw
UUl'OUTS OK COMMITTl'.KS.
Noble Mullcr presented the re
port of the commerce committee ou
the hill to regulate the receipt and
storage of alcoholic liquors at the
Custom House. They lecomiueud
that the bill be laid ou the table and
that the Minister of Finance be in
structed to have new regulations
Noble Mucfurlaue did not think it
necessary to present a minority re
port. The matter arose on a short
age of liquors, but that was under
the previous administration.
The report was adopted.
Noble Muller presented the re
port of the commerce committee on
the bill to encourage the cultivation
of coffee, recommending that it be
luid on the table, as there is no pro
vision for carrying it out. Adopted.
Minister Peterson presented the
report of the select committee on
unassigned lands. They refer to
the omission of certain lands by
oversight from the great division of
1848, and to the test case decided
in favor of the Government against
the Bishop Estate. The trustees of
that Estate offer to give up 12 of
these unassigned hinds, but ask that
three of them may be retained for
thebencfit of Kauiehamcha Schndls
and for a proposed division among
natives. The bill to that end the
committee consider a fair and proper
one, therefore recommend that it
The committee had under consid
eration another bill proposing to
give up the Government's claim on
certain lands always held by the
Crown Land Commissioners. Tliej
recommend certain amendments
leaving out some of the lands speci
fied, with which they recommend
that the bill pass.
' Signed by A. P. Peterson, R. R.
Hind, Win. 11. Comwcll and J. E.
Rep. Paehaole moved that the re
port be adopted. ,
Noble Baldwin moved that it be
laid on the table to lie considered
with the bill. He for one wanted
Rep. Brown was in favor of the
first bill, but not of the second.
Noble Widemann (holding up a
copy of Ihe Advertiser) said that
paper seemed to Know wen wnen
this report was coming in. "The
hand is the hand of Esau, but the
voice is the voice of Jacob." Who
ever heard of such a thing as taking
away a portion of the support ot the
head of the nation? The idea sim
ply originated with that man with
Esau's skin and Jacob'3 voice.
Noble Cornwell said the commit
teo had gone thoroughly into the
question, and knew more about it
in a day than the member for the
first district did in a week. If Ka
mehameha III. had divided these
lands, he would have made the same
division as the committee proposed
Noble J. M. Horner held that the
nation could provide better for the
King by retaining the lauds and im
proving them than by surrendering
them to the Commissioners who
would let them be waste.
Noble Wideniann said the lands
were never held by the Government.
Minister Peterson said the Com
missioners, in response to a demand
from the late administration, de
livered the lands up to the Govern
ment subject to the action of this
The renort was adopted, the bills
to be read a third time to-morrow.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The order of service to be attend
ed by the Court on Sunday morning
next, Nov. 10th, at 10 o'clock a. in.
will be: The oider of morning
prayer with Psalms G:!18; 1st Les
son, 2 King's V. to ver. lfl ; 2nd
Lesson, S. Luke xvii. ver. 11-20.;
Hymn 3Gi), special prayers of Inter
cession, Hymn 308, sermon by the
Bishop of Honolulu. Hymn 184
during the offertory. The music
will be led by the surpliccd choir of
men and boys. Mrs. Gray will pre
side at the organ. Seuts will be re
served for the Court, the Cabinet,
Judges of the Supreme Court, the
Diplomatic and Consular Corps, the
Admiral, Captains and Olllcers of
the ships of war in port, Privy
Councillors, members of the Legis
lature, and Government Olllcials.
The rest of the church will he open
to the public. 707 ot
IN H0X0.1 OF
Nisi Mfslj's BirHidiiy,
S i?L ft
Mn. Paul It. Isenberg and Prof.
Schmidt propose to give a scries of
concerts the middle of next month
Prof. Schmidt is one of the finest
living zither players, while Mr. Isen
berg as a vocalist is very popular in
November 15, 1890.
lO A. St.
riRST CLASS. 1st, Pil.c
ie 8'J:; ltd Prize $10.
U-FIVE-OAHEn WHALE BOATS. 1st Prize
.:!; I'd Prize iJliO; Ud Prize $10.
Open to all. ,
Cot iir.i Same as No. "A & 7.
9 -RIHGLE-SC1ILL SHELL RACE 1-1
PrUo Slfii 2d Pilz.e$10: ild Pilzu
t't Open only to uiuatiircs.
I'oriw. : Same as No. 5.
tO-rOURTEEN-OAREO BARfiES or CUT
TERS. 1M Pil.e $iiM 'Jil Piize Sufi;
:!d I'rk.c $10, Open In all.
Cot u.: .Same a No. (!.
NOW IS THE TIME !
Pnze will lie awarded for
25; it Pi he SI0.
'TO meet the demand of. the pub
I lie for an oppoitunlty to visit
Pkaul l 1TY, the 0AHU RAILWAY &
LANU COM-ANY have arranged to
have an Omnibus to meet each train
from Honolulu at Pkaiu. City sta
tion every day (Sundays excepted)
from November 15th tb November
21)th Inclusive; during which time
Special Tickets will be lsued at
Honolulu sjiatloa with coupon at
tached to cover the bus f:uu, at a
con of GO cents each, for the round
trip, to and over Pi:ai:i, (Jitv and
return. The Company desire that
all intending purchasers shall have
an opportunity to see the Lot of
fered for sale, and that they may
also see the provision made lor a'u
ample .supply of P.ire Mountain Wa
tur. The bus provided will take
people all over that part of Peahi.
City now laid out in streets. The
distributing reservoir full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and Is
situated at an elevation of 100 feet
above sea level.
The Company proposes to make
within a month or two another dis
tributing reservoir about a half mile
farther up, at. an elevation of l'JO
feet above sealovel, which will sup
ply water for all Lots above the level
of the present distributing rcM-rvoir.
The situation of the Lots above the
100 feet elevation Is line, and the
view of Pkaui. Uauhou and the
surrounding country is most charm
ing, but the Company want the
public to see for themselves, and
therefore make it possible for all to
do so, at a trilling expense, and
with the least possible physical
THE AMICO CHINESE.
It is stated by responsible parties,
who lfave investigated the matter,
that the Chinese aboard the Amigo
are all skilled and extra skilled rail
road builders. They will go to work
on the Mexican llailronus imme
diately upon arrival in that country.
These laborers are all engaged with
out contracts and will receive from
825 to 8fi per month, with an add
ed bonus of a piece each of Govern
ment land when the railways are
completed. It is understood ar
rangements for a still larger immi
gration of the same kind of skilled
railroad laborers, on the same terms,
is being negotiated. Ihe piescnt
shipload are from Macao, China.-
GHARLESTOH RECEPTI H.
The last of the series of recep
tions by the Admiral, Captain and
olllcers of the Charleston will be
heldon board the flagship to-morrow
afternoon from 2 :.')0 to 5 ;80 p. m.
Boats will be at the landing from
2 :!)() until -I p. in. The Charleston
receptions have of late been one of
the social events always looked for
ward to, as were thoau of tliu "only
Nipsio." It Is to he hoped that
niiviil duty and convenience will ad
mil of a nuw scries of receptions he.
lug hegiiii soon,
A PREDATORY YOUTH.
A nullvn hoy iitunml Kulikoll won
eoiivlHml of liiruuiiy in lliu hilltw
Court yiMttnkVi iumI iiltiiim'il In
two yi'uni iiml 'i inoiitli'K luiirlme
mum til liiinl Inline. Tl Mwtllim
of lliu Inliilii youth uiTMiif u nlnil"'
niiIimjIhiiihiIi'I'. "null In Uii' Nlnllun
IhjIiik lllltul nllli IiMmmiI), III' !M I
puj' Hit tin VII) ill Ml UlUliJl ijuw
it' mmmij twi m , w mm
inu. Piir kiiuui, iiii nun Mum
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mmiiu urn uwuri uiiwuu m
. -fv-,-,. TT5-- " ' rw
C39" Remeraber. those who Buy
at the Fmt Sale will secure Lots
at a Lower Price than they can
be bought at any future tim -!
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Manager O. H. it L. Co.
SlJPItF.MK COURT OF TIIK
Hawaiian Islands. In the matter
of Tong Yuen alias Aiomi of Waianae,
Ouhu, involuntary bankrupt.
Creditors of said Bankrupt are licieby
notified to come in and prove their debts
before said Justice of the biipremo
Court as shall be sitting in Chambers
at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, on TIIUK8
DAY, the 18th day of November, 1800,
between the hours of 10 o'clock In the
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect one or more assignees of the said
IJy the Court.
ALFKKD W. CARTKlt,
Second Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, Nov. ti, 1800. 701 :it
POSTAL Sayings Bank Passbook No.
47511. Finder nleaso return to
iJOO; I'd Pi
Open to all.
Coi'lisr. : 1. Fiom an tmastiuiry Hue
drawn from the Honolulu liulior r.ijrlit-
hote-o to the Immlgiatlnu I) 'pot Wluuf.
ou the east side ot the imihnr, out the
channel, keeping between the par and
Hanoi buoys at the entiance to the har
bor. i!. From the Spar Iliiny. .passim; out
side of the licit Buoy, "to and tacking
around a stake boat auelio'ed in the lriy.,
opposite the i evidence of W. O. Irwin,
ne ir Diamond Head.
II. From Ihe stu c boat, passing in
side of tin Bell Buoy, to and tsie lug
aiouml a stake boat, aueboied off the
reef, about half-a-ni'le Miutli of the en
trance to Pearl lhubor, at a point wheie
thenoith end of the VValauae Mount
ains comes in line with an old hou-e
situated in h i-ove of tree..
1. From this stake boat to ami tack
ing around the Bell Buoy.
o. Kioiii the Bell Buoy. paing be
tween the -p.u and Barrel Into s and
liiiKliuig at and aero-s an imaginary
line draw u from the Can Himy In the
hiiibor to a While Flag ou the O. S. S.
2 YACHT RACE; SE00ND dASS lt
Prize 310; 2d I'rie So; ltd Prize
S10. Open to all.
Cot'itsr. : 1. From mi inuuiliiiiiy Hue
drawn fiom the Honolulu Hailior fight-Iioii-c
to the Imniiialion Depot whirl
ou the eaM side ol the tuulioi, out the
channel, keeping between the Spar ami
Ban el Imoys at the entrance to tim uar
lior. '2. Fiom tliu Sliar lluuv pa-biK out
side of tin1 Bell Iiuo lo and lacking
amimd a stsike boat inchoied in the bay
opposite Ihe residence ol W. t!. Irwin
near Diamond Head.
3 From litis stake boat, p.ilug in
side of the Bell Buoy to and tacking
around a stake boat anchored oft the
I. Front tlti- -lake to and tacking
atounil the Boll buoy.
5. From tlie Bell littov. n-e-inir be
tween 'par and Barrel buoy and tiuish
iug at and across tin iuwginaty line
drawn from tliu Can buoy in the harbor
to a while llag ou he O. h. M. Co.'s
3 SAIL BOAT HA"E. 1st Prie 30; 2d
' ri.e Slo. Open only to :il boats
In longing to the war e-els In
port; no r.itrlctiou as to rig; limi
ted to wood or water ballast, or
both. Ballast may be shifted, but
wood must not be jettisoned nor
w titer slatted.
CoIikm:: Same as No. 2.
N, II. The IJegatta races will he
under the itiles adopted by the Ha
waiian Itnwing A; Yachting Asoela
tton. 'I'ltree or innie limits to start to se.
ciue tlie weeond pries.
Koiif or moie boats to start lo seeure
the third prle.
The igual uii will be Ihed fiom the
.luduo's staitil at 12:110 o'clock
Signal for ihe competing boats to as
semble at lite shirting line will be the
lit lug of u gun 10 minutes before tlie
tiarl of each race.
Fntrles for the races can now he
made at the olllce of the Hawaiian News
Department, with .1. M. O.it, and will
eloe on Friday, the llth inst., at -1 ilttl
o'clock p. m. '
C. II. WILSON,
('huh man Regatta Committee.
G. D. Fiti:i:rii,
707 It Judges.
I St l'orl rot.
Is the family hotel of Honolulu,
the comforts of home.
Rooms with or without Board.
Board, per week,
Transient, per day.
According to rooms
$10 to S12
Stixiui't l.nci'. Light mill A ley.
mid Colli ItutliH.
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their liouds, and upon easy terms. The additional tea
ture of Insurance goes with every lioud.
The following are a few of tlie many attractive forma 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, its payments prompt and certain, and its
popularity unbounded. t
(From Ihe New York Hun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Kquitablo Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first qua'rter of the present ycur is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofassur
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JRjylnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent fdr the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
13. IE. KKUESY,
i tiHi'i f-.i
Hoard and Lodging, per week, (ac-
coiding to location of rooms,..
10 00 to $11! 00
Transient, per day 'A 00
Table Hoard, per wuek 7 00
hiugle McaN 00
GAN ic G-UISr tf
NO. 77 FOKT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN EXTRA. NEW STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hals, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Exercising Shirts & Tights, Mick an,i Fast color.
General Post Olllce.
HE regular monthly meeting of the
Myrtle IJout Club will be belli
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7:110
o'clock sharp, at the Club liouc. All
members tuj"' reiput-il to be pre-ent as
business or importance will come before,
W T. MONSAKUAT,
708 It tiecret.iry.
ITUATIOK as Clerk or Assistant
Bookkeeper in olllcu or Morn Ad
dress W. H SALTER,
708 tf P. O HosL'DI.
Yaebtsnlll assemble If the I'.teillc
Mail dock at!) a. m. A preparatory gun
will lie tired on tlie Judge.-' boat at !l :!0
a m. The starting gun will be tiled tit
10 a. m. t-harp.
The start be a llying one; the
time of each yacht being taken a Mm
cros.-es the line, hill no yaelit lmll be
allowed moie limn 10 'mimile. uttltiti
which to Mail sifter the signal to Mart
has been given.
Time allowance fine minute to the ton.
Each yacht in r.ic.n No. 1 and i miiM
eaffj at Iter maiutopmaM head, a dis
tiuguiMliug Man of a -nimble M7.e, which
limit not be lniiiled down mile-s -lie
gives up the race.
Each yacht small carry during the
race no more linn the un.il iiuelioivauil
chains, which mica not lie n-etl a, shiji
plugbitllas-t or for alteilng the trim of
the yacht. No bags of shut shall be on
bojrd and till ball.iM Minll be pioperly
Mowed under the pJ!&i'm-'or In lock
ers and Miall not be .-hipped or tiimined
In any way whatever during lite race.
Yacht-. In race No. 1 ate limited to foio
and alt saiU only.
ca' Vihltors will find tills one of the
ino-t comfortable ami convenient houses
in tlie city, tlie rooms being large, light
ami uirv." Hot and cold water baths.
Wl MORE WiTCHES
$(P"MeniberK of the Atlilctm CI d desiring suits sliould call early, as
they have but a few on blind.
Telephones, No. 119.-
I'. O. Box 372.
Ohas. Hustica, King Street.
a- n IV 1.1V (11t' i2n
Ii u' "-"
Monday afternoon. November 10th, the
following drew their watches:
' CLi'i! 1 Member No. 11).
C'l.uu 2 Member No. 7.
Ci.nn 3 Member No. IK.
Ci.uii 1 Member No. "JO.
Cm n o Member No. II.
a' Pai tie-, living outside of Hono
lulu, desiring to join one of the Clubs,
can make their payments by mail.
naf Remember wis are giving you a
Solid II Karat Gold Cim- with line
full Jeweled Waltbaiu Movement in
SI. OO Per Week.
B. I WiciiM ttl Gink.
cim i in
J. A. LUOKETT,
HOOKS IjBNT !
Having leased tlie stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tlie old stand, and having deposed
of Unit portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last M earner, and more ou the way, 1
am prepared to (ill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the punt seven yearn, 1
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of tlie
mime. At tlie new stand Bhall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
cull. Island oideis solicited and faithfully executed.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
tST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
No. OU Ji'ojrt fcitroot.
MENDKKSSOIIN'S "Elijah," two
copies; Novello's Edition, red
cloth. The borrower will oblige by
707 ill T. It. WALKEIt.
IJHOWN I-KGHOKNS !
FIRST-CLASS ilit'shinuktin; good
pay; only experienced hand need
apply. orn-r Kort and Hotel Miects
(over Klnllch'h dry goods store).
V MAKKIED Couple, tlie wife to do
the cooking and homework the
husband lo attend in niiioldii work,
liorrfex, fowln, milking Addict 'Ha
waiian O'trlch Farm," Kiiplolanl I'ark;
Mutual Tolephoiiu 3-J.',, fiur.
TIIK leguliir iiiinuiil meeting of Hie
I Union I 'ceil Co. will h" lidd nl
lite CiillilMliy iilllen. (jlimm kH'i'DI, Oil
I.IIIII11V V,,. Ill i ill II iililliml.
t Mll',1 I I 1IH fill. ... .f ' .,,',
A.Vi, " H.M1(.H.M.
707 ill rin'inNiy.
'IIIM mlliiurmul iiiiinliil 1111111111111 id
I , liji' luiwiiiwlu' wigm; I'm. Q1 m
, IMItl' II.
1 1. M.
I StX-OAItcO GIOS or fiAIXEYS; 'l.idori.
aty Susti,. i dive 885; fJd I'ni!
$i(); 3d l'lic&lO. Open to all.
Couichi;: -Kioiii stmtiug line out tin
channel, leaving ripar buoy on pon
Mile, tbeuci.' to ami around the ttell
buoy, keeping same ou poitsidoiti
louudliig, and back to Mtirtlug point,
keeping apnr buo, on st.ubo.it I side.
2 lOUR-OAlUt) FhEfilH B 1AIS. Iht
I'llze .';; 'Jd t'rlo l; i'.il l'rl.u
$lo; -Ith l'iie r. Open to all.
Counsi:: -Krom smiting line out the
channel to .-p. if hitij, Keeping same
011 por. Mile hi I'liiiiidlug; ! cpiug lie.
tweeu the bun),. In the channel, ami
back to starting point.
3- SIX. PADDLE CiNQES. t I'lUe W'!
:d I'lie $in; :!d I'll.e 1(); Uh
l'rl.u S, Open 10 all
Coi'ltaK:- I'rom Marling lllto lo All
tuoiiiiil Hie hi'cmid 1 'mi buoy to nen
wind I10111 the Mm Inn Itiillwny, .inij
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HOVN Leghorn Coeke-
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thoroughbred. Address ''Ha'
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SI) Hoiihc and Lot 011
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New Goods ! New Goods !
" PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, SILVER PLATED WAKE,
LAMPS. CHANDELIERS. Also,
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Fainoub Grund Active it Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OJT ALL WI56I,
VERY Convenient and
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Uhed or iiiiliuuiMied, near
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