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SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 18110.
OAHU'RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnlto MflVrt October 41, 1M.
A.M. P.M. I'.M.
8i4G 1:45 4i!50t
0:49 2:40 G:85t
lo:rl 3:rl C:45f
11:55 4:55 C:50f
Stinr.I A Uumuihis from Wahuunulo
Stmr Wnhilcnlo fioin Knual
Stmr Mokolil from Moloknl
a S Zuahiudlu ftom San Francisco
Sehr Ilulunkaln for S Kona
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
S S Zcnlundtn for Sun Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Wnialcnlo for Lalmlua, llouuapo,
anil runaluu at 10 a in
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal at 5 p m
btinr.Tas'iMiikec for Knpaa at 4 p m
MmrJA Uummius for Walmaiialo at
11 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolil lis lings sug:ir,ll calves,
110 sheep and 45 smithy packages,
iitinr Wuiiileulo - 22 head cattle.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
HBMS Nymph, Turner, fiom San
O S F S Charleston, Reai-Adinirul
Brown, from a crulsu
U S S Molucau. Ironi Samoa
liktuo Maiy Winkelmau, NNissuii,from
Bk W B Godfrey, It Daliel, from t-an
Bk Faust, Ottcrbeck, from New York
Tern Allen A, bloge, from,. Port Towu-
Bktue Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Bk Girvuu, Angus, from Livcipool
Bk Wakelleld, ilowes, from New York
Bktue Skagit, Robinson, fiom Port
Bktue Katie IFllckinger, McRnc, from
Brig W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
S S Australia, Iloudlctte, from 'an
4-mstd sehr Rolit Lewers, Peuhnllow,
from Port Towusend
Bktue Klikilat, Cutter, from Tort
Bktue S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Fifesbirc, JnoKeld, from Liverpool,
sailed ept 28, duo Feb 15-2S, 1801
Brig Consuelo, Jacobson, from San
Bktue Discovery, McNeil, from San
Fraticisco, due Dec 2-8
Four-masted sehr Olga, Roding, from
Bk Ceylou from Departure Bay
Bk Corypbeue from Nauulmo
Bktue Amelia from Nanuimo
H B M Flagshlp.V"nrspite from British
Am bk EdwnrdMay. D Mahauy, from
Bostou, sailed Aug 5, due .Ian 1-15,
1891. - ,
Br lik Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jau 15-31,
1891. - " '
Grbk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Hesper from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Vlvax from New Yoik, sailed
Oct 15, duo Mar 15-31, 1891
S S Farallon, S Boiiitleld. from San
Francisco aud San "Diego
Tho brig W G Irwili Mis lowered yea.
terday evening from" thV Marina Rail
way and the steamer W' G Hall Avas
hauled up this morning. ;i
The barkentine Mary Winkelman took
iu sugar to-day from tho steamer J A
Cummins. She will sail for San Fran
cisco the latter part ot next Week.
The bnrk Godfrey took in sugar yes
terday from the steamer W G Hall. She
will probably sail for San Francisco the
latter part of next week.
A Fresh Ilncic at an Old Knot.
(Euter M. Jean Crupnfld, who speaks.)
I'm taught p-1-o-u-g-h
Shall be pronounced "plow,"
"Zat's easy wen you know," J say,
jMon Anglais I'll got thtough.'
My tencher say ?atiu zat case
v O-u-g-h Is "oo,"
And zon I laugh and say to him,
"Zees Anglais makosjiio wnigh."
IIo say, "Not coo, but iu zat word
' O-u-g-h isff"
U, dear ineT such varied sounds
Of words make me hiccough I
IIu say, "Again, iwm friend ccs wrong I
1 p-u-g-h is itp,
In lilcooiigh." Zen I cry. "No more,
Ytilliuake my (hi oaf, feel rough ",
"Non I non I" ho cry, "you arc not right
O-u-g-h is tuff.'"
I say, "1 try to speak your wordp,
I can't promm. .cm though "
"In tlmo you'll lcnrii, but iwwyou'iu
O-u-g-h Is 'own.' "
"I'll try no mom. 1 sail go mud,
'I'll drown tun In zu lnuu.li I"
"llut'uru you drown youiHulf," iuhj lie,
O-u-g-h la oik. "
IIu taught no ninrtil I liuluhlni fiut!
Anil killed him WUiirouvhl
OlIAi, II, l.ooiiia,
PEARL CITY LOTS,
Unii or d uyuiiu (if nuKt- wopj
v liu iliMuluoi Vnrl t'lly nUi
fill (III) (jlOllllil, Wllldll Will liu if).
il!iijl(iil liy Mr. iMis. V, Morinm. iiiii
Iiiiipi'I'i llil ilny y"ii, IiiiimIIiim
mU) In ii'nl imtMlw ui' ijju uf
aw ami kliuuhl iiiuhu tuuiuilvui
.MjllliU' tt'lU) UUI tulvwlTlWUMll Iu
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mits. Lack's Bale of fancy articles
will not closo llll 5 o'clock.
Tun Hoard of Tux Appeals lienrd
llvu cases yentei(lay, reserving their
Tun Hawaiian Min-Jon Chililruu's
Society will meet nt l'rof. Alexander's
liinisc, 7 :!10 o'clock this uvoulng.
Wr.DNi'.SDAV ill 10 o'clock, Mr. .las.
F. Morgan will sell the household
ftunittuu of Mr. K. l.aing, Helhul
FiiKsit cicam cakes and pies, mince
pies, ice cream, pastries, candies, etc.,
froli to-day at the Elito Ice Urciiiu
Hon. S. M. Damon will act for
Hon. C. It. Binhop, with full poweis,
during the lattcr's absence fiom the
A wiiiti: man and a native woman
were lined $H0 and $lfi respectively,
in tin1 Police Court this morning, for
the oflunsu of which those nro the
Tin: Hoard of Trustees of the Sail
ors' Homo will hold 11 meeting at the
100111 of the Chamber of Commerce,
Wednesday at 11 o'clock, 'to consider
building plans, etc.
-- In caso tho ZualanUia docs not
arrivo in time for the advertisud base
ball match, there will bo a gamo at
thu League giound between tho
Honolulu and tho Hawaiis, til .') :KJ,
His Majesty's Chamberlain pul
lishes in tho ollicial column a card of
thanks by command of thu King, to
each and all of lire committee of ai
ra'ngcnients for the celebration Of IIin
The dramatic company of the
Nymplie will give Iheir iMiterlain
mcnl in aid of the Sailors' II. me
this evening. Two faices will lie
given willi very attractive accessories,
and an evening of genuine fun may
Tin: Heuliuii Boat Club will give a
moonlight picnic al Itemond Grove
on the evening of Friday next, Inde
pendence Day. Announcements of
trains will be given later. The club
had an enthusiastic meeting last
night, iit which tho picnic was decided
on and eight new members were
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Hawaiian Mission
Dramatic entertainment, Opera
( President Dayton of the Board of
Health is actively engaged in the
preliminaries for putting in effect
the legislative provision for free re
moval of garbage. Carts have to
be'uiade, a site procured and sta
bles built, but it is hoped the system
can be started the first of next year.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Twenty-fifth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion, G:30 a. m.
Litany, 9 :30 a. m.
Morning Prayer, 10 a. m.
Hawaiian Kvensong and sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening Prayer and Bermon, C
SECOND ANGLICAN CHURCH.
1 The services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
porrpwj Sunday, will be as follows:
11:15 aT m. morning prayer with
feermon. "Te Deum," Barrett in E
llat, anthem "Teach me O Lord"
Atwood;. 7:30 p. in. Evening
prayer with sermon, anthem "O how
amiable are thy dwellings," West.
Rev. Alex. -Mackintosh, pastor. All
are invited to these services,
I ,. TNE CHINESE LAW.
J Mr. W. H. Wright, Secretary of
the Foreign Oliice, informed a re
porter, in answer to inquiries, that
the new Chinese law will not be put
in force until ten days after publi
cation, according to thu law govern
ing new statutes. Theiefore, for
three or four weeks to come Chinese
wishing to leave the country, with
the intention of returning, will be
required to take out permits under
the terms of the,old law.
DETECTED AND THRASHED.
For some time past complaints
Imve been frequent, regarding tho
impertinent accosting of ladies by
1111 unknown man along Bcrotauia
street at night. Yesterday evening
Uiis character safuteil the wife of
Mr. Barker, a mechanic in the Union
Iron Works. Mr. Barker being near
started iu pursuit of tho offender,
and overtaking him guvc him a
As the fellow's offense in the
cases that have heeu reported con
sists in raising Ills lint and spunking
to tho ludlos, tliuru is some dillluulty
will) Hie uutliurltius us to tlio par
ticular law under which liu uiiii ho
ihiiiIbIiuiI, However, tliu pffomlur
iilnmclf tins Indicated unuy nut of
Uiii ililuuiiiiu, hy ongnglnu In lutiyu
lliu imiiulry at thu urit,l iinr
(unity. Tim nlm'slHil lilt Himt ymi
(0 lilm llml If this nmuitfiiineiu ho
mil iiurrlinl mill pi'iiuutnlln will liu
luliuii uuitliittt lilm -irnmlily for
'I'lii, kkinii lj in. 1. .... .....i.l.l.... ..!...
iii iimiii if mi nun miiiiiuivii nun
H'lHUr llUJH II iiliuraulfi fUl' llll'
tom nwiii ur iJuLuHur uiiujjj
m miuwuuLMMt am liu uuniis
IjUDiilfiJJ ilJi" UJJimiaiaWi
Melbourne, Nov. 1 Thu Trndo
Council have received a formal let- l
tcr announcing the uithdrawa! of 1
the Mercantile Marino Olllccrs' As- I
socintion. The letter slates llml the
association have no longer any de
sire to remain tiilltintcd with the
Trades Council, as they recognise
they nrc only 11 stumbling block to a
peaceful settlement of the p-csont
' The death is announced of Sir
Hoburi, Moleswortu, of Melbourne,
ex-Judge of the Supreme Court of
Victoria. It is recorded of liiin,
that no judgment delivered by him
during thirty years was ever revers
ed on being taken to the English
Court of Appeal.
In the Police Court examination
into the frauds coniinccted with the
failure of the Permanent Building
Society in Melbourne, two members
oi the Cabinet were implicated.
This fact precipitated a vote of want
of confidence which ousted the Gil
lies Cabinet, and a new Ministry
has been formed under the veteran
leader, Hon. James Munro.
The Sydney public arc alarmed
over the discovery, that of a largo
portion of their milk supply from 18
dairies representing 77G cows, 25 of
these cows were found to be suffer
ing from "coast cough" and on the
milk being analysed "bovine tuber
culosis" we discovered. The rcpoit
says: "It has been shown over and
over again that the bovine disease
can bo communicated to calves,
lambs, pigs, aud other animals, and
therefore the probability is that it is
communicable to human beings, and
more especially to young children."
Chief Justice Higgitibolham of
Victoi ia sent the strikers a present
of 50 with n promise of 10 a week
while the strike lasted. He dis
approved of the action of the em
ployers in refusing to recognize the
Marine (Jlllcers Union, "and their
refusal to meet the men in confer
ence." THU NUW CONSTITUTION IN WUSTI'.UK
The writs for the genoial election
to the Legislative assembly have
been issued. The elections will he
held from the 10th to the 2Glh De
cember. The proclamation of the
new Constitution has been celcbiuted
by the heartiest rejoicing in almost
every district of tlie colony.
It lias been arranged that the con
ference of military commandants
will assemble at Albany on Novem
ber 24 for the consideration of ques
tions relating to the colonial de
The new .regime is prospering in
Tonga. The King has written to
the IligirCommissioncr, and thanked
him for his great assistance, and
especially in having returned Ihc
Tongans to their homes.
Chief Justice Lilley of Queens
laud writes to a Brisbane paper to
complain that his name has been
placed without his permission on the
members list of the "National Con
servative Club," England. The
democratic judge strongly objects
to this "Imperialistic Kidnapping"
as he styles it, this association of
the Republican Lilley with the
Monarchial Primrose, apt! thinks it
must be the work of some returned
cad for the purpose of convicting
him of inconsistency. The judge
has "requested his associate to in
form the clerk that I have never ap
plied for membership with them,
nor authorized anyone to apply on
my behalf j thut I am not a conser
vative, and certainly not an English
Conservative, but an Australian
Nationalist who believes in the
future absolute independence of his
couutry under no crown or coronet,
but under a government of her peo
ple, by her people, for her people."
A Queensland planter is .advocat
ing the introduction of .labor from
North Italy and is bringing out 100
men, preferring those who are mar
ried. m:v zitAii.i.
The building formerly occupied
as the Government printing olllcc on
Tliorndon Quay, Wellington, was
completely destroyed by lire early
on Wednesday morning, the 8th
October. The buildings which were
of wood and corrugated iron, pre
sented of late a very dilapidated
appearance, and'since'.tho removal
of the printers to the new brick pre
mises opposite, they have only been
occupied hy the lithographers and
photogiaphers connected with th.e
printing olllcc. The night watch
man, Walsh, assetts that shortly
after two o'clock, while he was in the
easloru portion of tho building,
which is used as a store ropm, ho
hearil an explosion., and immediately
ilames buist out in thu lilhoigiuph
cib' department iu the western wing,
The lithographic plant was worth
lielweon 1000 uud 5000. Tift
whole-of tho stock of Mr. John
Willie's hook on "The Ancient
Maoris," volumes B, , 1, ft is des
troyed. The whole of thu block of
Kir George Croy's hook "1'olyneHiun
Mythology" Is ilestroyeil. Mr. Slier
rln's hooks mi "Nuw Kuiilnnd
Fishes," Untton's "Tiii'invern Kiup.
linn," I'oiiu's "Coiniiuiiilluius of
1'olitlcul Kunuuiny," Hiiuliuimn's
taimm's ut New tfenlinul," Kill'.
Kernlil'tt eniiiplliitlon of ourly hullu.
niuijlnry iluiu from IHA7 In IHUI
juiinitih, tippmiillmi, mill biiriiilii
twirii iNliiiywl, To luiulm Uiumi
lllllllP WOlllil ami nvnr t'millll ummnl.
Ill III llll) HtlllllUlu f y UuVDH)
, I 111 WJIJJjilllU'VUJmaiun of lm
i HUJSUJUUliUt i. t. NOVEMBER 22 leuu,
Mr. Frcderiok J. Moss, tho nowly
appointed British Resident at Hnro
tonga, left for the sphere of his now
duties yestcrdny in the schooner
Torca. Mr. Moss will visit the
principal islands of the group, nnd
expects to be absent from Auckland
till the end of December.
Tho Bank of Now Zealand will
forward, pur It. M. S. S. Aluincda
to-(lay, 17 boxes of New Zealand
gold, containing 17,'J88oz, valued at
The New Zealand general election
is fixed for the 5th of December.
The principle of "one man one
vote," comes into play for the first
time, and gives the "labor party"
a power it never had before. An
effott will be made- to increase tho
poll-tax 011 Chinese, which at present
is only $50. Tins, together with
land taxation, will bo the lending
planks on the Labor party's plat
form. COLD WEATHER.
Last night was one of Hawaii's
"cold snaps," if such a phrase is
appropriate ut all in this latitude.
Hon. Mr. Cleghoru reports that at
Ainuhau,Waikiki, his self-registering
theimomcter showed that the mer
cury stood at 56 degrees above zero
at ten minutes past six o'clock tins
morning. Last night at eight o'clock
.1 first class thermometer marked 58
degrees above zero in Nuuanu Val
ley in 1 GO degrees above this morn
ing a ten minutes before seven
o'clock, just as the sun was showing
above the rim of the mountains.
LODGING HOUSE LICENSES.
Mr. C. B. Itoynolds, agent of tho
Board of Health, says that the law
of last session for the regulation of
lodging houses is working splen
didly. Thus far twenty-nine licenses have
been issued, the applicants in everv
case having had to comply witli the
sanitary provisions of the Act.
Several applicants are putting their
houses in order, so as to qualify
them for license.
When arrangements can be per
fected for securing the co-operation
of the police, tho law will be render
ed CVdl more effentivo t.linn n.1. nrns.
ent. To compel recalcitrant lodging
house keepers 111 Chinatown to show
a license, it will be necessary to have
ADMIRAL AND CAPTAIN.
An elegant dinner was given to
Rear-Admiral Brown and Capt.
Remey, of U. S. F. S. Charleston,
by lions. Saml. Parker and W. II.
Cornwell at the Hotel yesterday eve
ning. The Hawaiian 'Quintet Club
played and sang on the occasion.
Those present were: Rear-Admiral
Geo. Brown, Capt. Geo. C.
Remey, Hon. John O. Dominis, His
Excellency Goilfiey Brown, Minis
ter of Finance ; Lieut. W. L. Field,
Lieut. N. J. K. Patch and Lieut.
Geo. L. Dyer, of the Flagship
Charleston ; Honorables William G.
Irwin, Paul Neumann, Cecil Brown,
Samuel Parker, W. IL Cornwell,
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane (H. M.'s
Chamberlain), Paul R. Isenberg and
Steward Lucas of the Hotel man
aged the service in his usual skilful
Mr. F. Horn has catered" to all the
recent receptions on the U. S. F. S.,
Charleston, in addition to the regular
service handboiuely acknowledged in
the following testimonial j
U. S. F. S. ClIAKLESTON, )
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 5, 181)0. )
During our stay in this port, Mr.
F. Horn has supplied us with bread,
cake and ices, and I, most cheerfully
commend him lo all naval messes
for the excellence of quality of arti
cles furnished.and moderate charges,
as well as promptness and reliability.
I am pleased to give this testimo
ny in favor of Mr. Horn who lias
curved me on many previous visits
10 Honolulu in life same satisfactory
manner. G. W. Woods,
Medical Inspector, U. S. N.
YUM YUM I Tfoiicah get Good
and Fresh ("ream Cukes and
Cream Pios to-duv at the "Kllto."
THOMPSON, Couusuli uviTt c7,
(and Author of a Digest o( I la.'
wailan riiiprouuH'onit DtiuUloiiH In pre
paration, uud Author ot a Diguta of tho
Laws of tho District of Columbia, and
Tiuu(Imh 011 Common Law und-Kqiilty),
will give wiltteu answers to questions
of law and facts submitted to hfm, orally
or iu writing, nm tlm law ami million,
ties applicable lo the fuels Mated, and
also Indicate tlm coiiimi by vshleh satin
faction, if possible, uiny bu obtulm-il
without rusoH to law, and also Indicate
tlio piohahlii lesult of legil proceedings
If resorted to. And will nieiiaru wiIIh.
, deeds, inoitgugo, leases and ulhur
3r Olllcu nnncr iiuthul aud King
streets, (M'coud story), Honolulu, II.
!, fiom 8 to I0::m a. m. 7K. lit
Ijmploy iiM'iil Wuntutl.
N KNprili'iii'ud PniPih'iil Kngluuur
t and Kli'ciileliiii, holding both 1111
MiiglUh Ihmril of Triulu I'lrsi Ulu.n uud
,liipuiiiiMi(liivitinuii'Ut Flint (Jnulu I'or
lllhmluH of Couipcluiieyi 11U0, nxrnl
Imii li'.iliiiniiluli. as to nhiiimiiur im
uhlllly, iiffmii hi iinliii fi'ii'liliiuuiljiiiii
iMiiilnyiiinl in, uiiulnmii' mi wnil, or iim
il MHl'Unlnu; I'liglurur Aildivm "II.,"
llll 11111111. " lift I w
A MTI'VI'iJlHi wilmb. win,
ptwi4i uuib 1 1 liu mm) ur
umtmMwmiiM m w&mMiYt
On SATURDAY EVBHIHO, Nov. 22d,
By kind permission of Commander
Turner and Olllccrs,
Tho Amatour Dramatic Company
, Of II. M. H. Nyinphc, will give a
In Aid of tho Sailors' Home.
Tho performance will commence with
luighable Farce, entitled :
Leave It To Me."
Display of Light Infantry Drill!
bongs and Dances I
And toconeludo with the Well-known
667Uox Plan for lcscrvcd seats will
he opened ou Fuday morning, Nov.
2M, at 0 o'clock, at the olllcc of L. J.
President of Co ..Lieut. P. C. Musgrnve
Stage Manager Mr. W. Sims, it. N.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized In San Francisco by Mr.
Prank L. Hoogs and Is composed of tho
very best of Base Ball Players especial
ly selected for tho Hawaiian Tour)
AND Till: CI.U1IS OF- TUB
Hawaiian Base Ball Leape'
The first gamo will be plaved on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Novem
ber 22(1, at 3:15 o'clock:
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
THE HONOLULU CLUB.
CSTSi'hediile of Games will be an
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (including reserv
ed seat) , :t 30
Single Adml.slon 5(1
Reserved Chairs hi Grand Stand
(ex t ra ) :,
t hlldiun a,-,
t N.B. No charge fur canlage
BSTSensou Tickets can be procured
at ihe Hawaiian News Co.s; HnllUter
& Co.'s; Nolto's Coffee Saloon; C. J.
McCarthy's Cigar Store; Williams' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members of
the Hawaiian Base Ball League.
Steam Jot Printing
This olllcc having added a InrgeS'mlcty
of the latest styles of
Elegant Type !
To Its Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than ever to execute
all orders iu that line, comprising:
Banking Forms, r
Wedding Cauls, "'
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Eto., Etc,
AT.T. AT I.nw 1MTW --2E3
,. .. ...VI. ...&.A.tJ.
"Dully Bulletin Oluno,"
Honolulu Cutunder !
One New Honolulu Cutunder,.
Hawaiian Carriago M'f'o Cn
7UI No, 70 Qiifon Btrt-uL "nil
IjllttiT.I LAhH tli t (HiMuUit-x; good
pay I only iuMilmiiTil IiiiihIh ni'ml
npply, urn r I'ml iiml lluiul .tiriiiH
(liver I'milleli'M ih')' goiuU niii),
70V 1 1
A y.AJJIIJIil I'liunUi. I!id mMip
5 NOW IS THE TIME !!S
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Hontls, and upon easy terms. The ndilltionnl fn
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following nrc n few of the many attractive forms offered by this '
original nnd progressive Company:
Fk.I B0NDS- 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES. - -nl'(l
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments prompt "and certain, and its
popularity unbounded. -,.
From the New York Hun, April Ath, 1890.)"' B'
Tlm tiarfrost Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
ance Company. i?i
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year ia reported to exceed Kiktt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of too 'hundred millions 'bassur
ancefor the year, and Is unprecedented' in the annals of life assurance.
-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1CHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance SocicU
f the U. S. .Tan-l-OG
NO. 77 FOllT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN EXTRA NEW STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hals, Caps, Truhksr&Ci
. AI.SO. A FIVE LINK-W;. V,j &$$
Exercising ShirtS & TivrhtS, iu Black and Past Color.-.
aWMemlicrs of the Alhlutic CI
they have but a few on hand.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
1 SST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
Tclophoni's, No. 110.-
rlusface; King Street.
HuviiiH leased the stores in the "brick building knowii'as th'0yj!
"Lincoln Ulock," neaily opposite tho old standand having dispobeil'
of that portion of my stock duni igcd by tho late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last W'anicr, and more on the .)vav, I
11111 prepared to fill all orders as, In-fore. Thanking the public" for
Ihe liberal patronage bestowed'on me fllr thu pawl suven yearn, I
hope by prompt attention to all i-rdirs to merit iicontiniunce of tlur-
tame. At the new bland bhall he' pleased to sec all my old cus
tomers, anil as many new ones as may find it to thcii advantage to.
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
OlIAS. HUSTACE, " '
TEKMBYLVANIA " & N:W EASY LAWN MOWERS,
11AV1LAN1) CHINA, SILVER PLATEIWAKE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Aluo,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil - ,1
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Whose BaklngQuolltieii tire Unsurpassed
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lb dcniiing hulls should call early, as
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
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