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MONDAY, DEC. 1, 181)0.
0IU1U RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
t tiu r.nvoi ocioiior as. inwo.
A.M. A.M. P.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu.. 0:ir, 8:ir 1 :I5 IsllOt
Arrivnllonoullull. 7:2C !):l!i 2: III r.tffif
Leave Honoullull. 7:'.S0 10:51 !l:51 ii:4iit
Arrive Honolulu.. 8::J5 11:55 I :r.5 CtCOf
t Saturdays only.
Stun- Kuala from Kauai
.Sluir Miknhala lioiu Kauai
Stinr Claudluc from Maul
Sehr Sarah iV: Kllza from Konlsin
Stinr . I l iiiniulns friitii Wnlinanalo
Stun-Lt-htui for Xuu and Illlo
ltk Faust. Olteibeck, for Paget Sound
Uk W It Godficy, It Dnbcl, for Mm
Htnir .Ian Mukce for Kapaa t I l in
Stinr .Mokolli for Mo.'okat at 5 p in
Htinr.I A Cummins for Waimanalo
bohr Kaulkeaouli for Hawaii
Urlg W G Irwin, Mc'u.lorh, for San
"VESSE S LEAVIN.rf0-M0RR6wr
Sluir Claudlno for .Main :il o p in
Stinr Mlkaliala for Kauai sit 5 p in
atnn Kilauea Ilou for lliini.ikna at I
Stinr Waialoale for Lahaina and Ilama-
kna at 10 a m
Urig V R Irwin, MeCulloeh, for San
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mlkahala L7I18 bags sugar, 1G0 bugs
rice and L'OO sbuop.
Kaala .000 bags sugar.
C'laudlno-2802 bags Migur, 21 1 bugs
potatoes, !S1 bag corn, 27 hides, 2
horses, 120 pkgs sumhies.
From Knual per stinr Mlkaliala Nov
:t0 Jt Ciiltwn, l)r and Mrs Campbell, C
K llayne, 10 K Hull, A Haas, .las Gay
and miii, A 1C Kaiwi, Mrs II ( liainuui
and daughter, 4 Chinese, and 05 deck.
From .Maui per btinr Llaudine Nov
so U Oieigliton, Chang Kim, C .1 Me
Oandless, JNB Williams, i, Tliius
ton, Alan, F Suholt7.,T Awana, wife and
1 children, Mrs Thompson, .1 Ilaole,
Miss Ilnolc, S S Iliigho, Tims Nott, Mrs
Tilton, Hop Yuen, li Katura and -18
The steamer W G Hall is duo to
tnorrow aficiiioon from Hawaii and
Maui, ami the steamship Kio de .Janeiro
from .San Franei'co en route to Yoko
hama and Hongkong.
The brig W G Irwin, OiptMcCullneh,
will ail for San Franci-co with a full
enruo of sugar to-morrow noon.
COVIN GTOX At the residence of Di.
Campbell, Waimea, Kauai, Annie
Chai lotto, widow of the late Kieli
ard Covington, aged (!S years.
city, Dec. 1st, to
, Mali, a daughter.
G ALL -In tills
wife of .1.0
A PLEA FOR .Si SMALL BOYS.
Uaseball is the boys' game. No
one has u more thorough liking for
it than the street Aral). I would
suggest to the League to make a
ten or llfteen cent schedule for the
small Hawaiian hoy, who plays in
the street with an old stave for a
bat and a bunch of wound rags for a
ball. There is plenty of room lor
them to stand round the railing.
This would increase the receipts at
the gate, and give great pleasure to
the small boys from whom very
largely our future teams will he
A HARD ONE.
The following algebraic puzzle
has been received from a subscriber
of Spreckclsvillc, Maui. If the boys
and girls who read the IJumxtin find
it too hard ask your teachers to try
it. All answers received will be
published in due time:
Enclosed I send an arithmetical
puzzle, it is for the readers of your
valuable paper. Here it is:
A father has nine sons, their
names arc, commencing with the
Youngest: A, IJ, C, D, H, F, G, II,
I. Required, first, date of natal
davs; second, their age on the 3d of
May, 1890, (birthday of the young
1 Age of A added to age of I is
Age of 1$ less ae of A ih 1
1 Age of J less age of IJ is 21). -1t
2 Age of C is proportionate to
age of A less 1.4775 as 2fl years to
ago of 0.
II Age of D added to ago of K
less 1.8, and this amount divided
jy ago of E less age of D is 12
Ago of E less age of J) added to
P'l.ft, and this amount divided by
ago of D added to of ago of K
iiilded to 0.775 is equal to 5.1 years.
I Ago of F mltlud to ago of G
added to ago of II in 78 Dj
Ago of F added to ago of O luhs
ago of II U IK, I ;
Ago uf F liibs ago of O added lo
V.AlofA tHiOi )i ICi Ft
iijia'tfisMi'i Muuli tfovi it,
Tlicy Receive a -Gift of Nine
Third Straight Triumph of the
IMiiiIiiIhIiimI Alli'iiilaiii'i--l'alr Wen-llu-i'.-.V
Saturday afternoon saw the third
straight triumph of the California
baseball nine over local teams. It
was loudly hoped that the Ilonolu
lus would improve their score of 1
lo 20 runs in the lir.st match. Meek
was put in the box lo help such a
realization out, but had lo be dis
placed by W. Lucas as a desperate
resort in the eighth inning. The
llounlu'us did their best to score
but failed every time, and they
proved helpless in preventing the
visitors fiom piling up sixteen runs.
There was an appreciable falling
off in the attendance. Scores of re
served seats stared blankly on the
ground, while there were not nearly
so many carriages behind the rail as
on the previous day. Probably the
bad weather of the morning and the
still thieatening aspect of the sky
were the main factors in this strange
result for a Saturday.
Chas T. "Wilder and M. Keohoka
lole were umpires, and J. W. Winter
nr.coui) of tiii: rami:.
1. Wodehousc opened grandly
for the home nine with a two-bagger
to the left, going to third on
Coyne, who was put out by a throw
from the pitcher to first base, after
Chandler had retired on a fly to the
same spot. Wilder took base on
halls and stoic second, but "Whitney
disappointed the fair prospect of a
score by going out like Coyne. 0.
Caliill got first on AVodehouse's
failure to grapple with a low-thrown
ball, got second on Farrell's out b'
Wodchousu from "Whitney, tliitd on
Howard s base hit, and home on
Powers out at first from Chandler.
Howard stole third and came homo
on Sharp's single. Iieilly was flab
bergasted by "Wodehousc from
2. Conradt made the second bag
by a beautiful grounder close to the
line running to the extreme left, but
was put out trying to steal third. A.
Lucas hit to Iieilly, who intercepted
him at first. Friedenberg made
third out by hitting the atmosphere
instead of the Spalding-sphere.
Creamer started a picnic with a
single, Levequc, Ward, Caliill (sin
gles), and Farrell (double) follow
ing him round the bases, the last
named on Powers, after Howard
had been dropped at first. Powers
readied third on Coyne's short
coming, and came home on Kcilly's
first h' a muff of Wodehousc, after
Sharp had struck out. Creamer
ended (he misery of beholders by
hitting a II v lo Chandler. G, total
3. Meek hit a i!y to Farrell,
"Wodehousc was dropped by Itcilly's
unerring throw to Powers, and
Chandler went the same way.
Levequc rapped a lly to Coyne.
"Ward made a base hit, coining
home on Cahill's three-baser. Far
rell tipped to Wilder, and Howard
was dropocd by Meek to Wodehousc
1, total 9.
4. Coyne hit the air thrice. Wil
der made a beautiful two-bagger,
and was advanced to third by Whit
ney's single. Conradt struck out,
and A. Lucas was cut off at tirst by
Powers made a double and scored
just before third man out. Sharp
failed on three fair balls, lleilly
reached first on Meek's enor,
Creamer gave a lly lo Whitney, and
Levequc was snuffed out at first.
1, total 10.
5, Friedenberg was put out by
Wodehousc, Meek was caught out
by A. Lucas, and Wodehousc by
Ward got base on balls, second
on passed bail, third on Caiull, home
on Fan ell. Caliill flew it to Coyne,
Farrell was cut off at first by Chand
ler's good throwing, and Howard
egrcgioiibly failed in a bunt, that
rolled easily to Wodehousc. 1,
fl,. Cluuidlqr. hjt to Howard and
that was cunugli, Coyne was shelved
by Powers without asislance, and
Wilder missed three fair opportu
nities. Powets, Sliaip and Heilly went
out hi a row, the crowd applauding
the whitewash long and loud
Poweis at first ftoin the pitcher,
Sharp liy a lly to Conradt, and
Heilly by Whitney's throw to llrst,
0, total 11.
7, Whitney sent the missile roll
ing to Howard, who catapulted it lo
first ahead of the runner. Conradt,
hucas and Friedenberg made sin
gles, bill Couiadt was out off nt
third, and Meek retired on slrlkes,
(Jnmuinr wnb allowed to &liirl
uiinllii'r pltinlo by Woditlioilbu'rt fail
mid lo hold Urn bull, umelied homnil
on ti putouil bull (wliluli Wlldur iu
tlUUIlllill ly UlUllli liUVl)llu after II
Iiumu lilt out lit bOCUllllL mill Iiohhi
(j liuviuinu. Wurili Kin full mill
JBU.Ll.KT I IN
Howard also scored, only the first
having made a base hit. Caliill,
following Ward, made a single and
i cached second on' an error, but
Wilder cut short his career. Powers
made a base hit, but was left by
Sharp hitting a lly lo Meek. I, to
8.- Wodehousc, Chandler and
Coyne, the latter on strikes, went
out in short order.
Heilly got first on a muff by W.
Lucas, who had just replaced Meek
in the box, stole second and came
home on a wild throw. Creamer hit
a single, stole second and got lo
third on Ward's out. Levequc, lly
to Coyne, Ward, throw from third
to first, and Caliill, from short stop,
ended the Californias' campaign for
the day. 1, total 10.
1). Wilder struck out. Whitney
fell at first fiom Kcilly's hands, and
W. Lucas from those of Howard.
This was the new pitcher's first time
at bat, and he ran like a deer but
the ball got ahead of him.
Following is the olllcial score:
N'AMI'.s A. II. II. 11 II. O. A. I'.
Oahll, p (! 'J :i 1 !) 0
Fariell. l.f r, -' J 1 0 0
iiowiiul,:ih r. a l 'j 7 o
Power, lb r. a :i 1 1 l o
Sharp, c,f r. 0 1 0 0 0
Jlellly, s.s fi 1 0 0 I! 0
Creamer, 'Jb 5 2 2 0 10
Levequc, r f fi 1 2 10 0
Waid, c 4 4' ,'l S 1 0
Total 15 10 17 7 10 0
NAMKS. A. II. .It 11.11 O. A. i:
Woduliouxe, lb.... -I 0 I II ' 1
Chandler, s.s 1 0 0 III
Coyne, l.f I 0 0 1 o 0
Wilder, Chan c... II 0 1 I I! I
Whitney. 2b J 0 1 ;t 0
Conradt, e.f I 0 2 :i 1 1
Lucas, A rf 0 1 0 0 0
Fredenbcrg, !lh . . . :l 0 0 0 i It
Meek, p 3 0 0 1 2 2
Total !IL' 0 il 21 17 1)
Score by Innings
Californias 2 0 1110 4 1 '-111
Ilonolnlus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
1 aracd runs Califoruias's.
Two base hits Farrell, Powor,Wode
house, Wilder, Caliill.
Tluee-base liits Power.
Doable plays Ward and Howard.
Hascs on balls Hy .Meek, I.
Struck oiit-bluirp 2, Coyne 2, Wilder
2, Conradt, Fredunburg, Meek.
Umi Ires Chas. Ilder and Keolio
kalole. Time of game lit -lOin.
Itoat Clul) CiivcfK IinoII
Friday night week it occurred to
the Healani Boat Club in session to
hold a picnic a week thence. The
club is only a few weeks old, but
the way its members hustled to
make this event successful would
reflect lustre on a veteran organiza
tion. Several hundred people went
down lo Heinond Grove in two
trains last Friday night. Splendid
preparations had been made. The
decorations showed much work to
good effect. On the wall below the
orchestra was a device of crossed
oars on Hags, with the club's initials,
"II. 1$. C." in vines. A banner in
scribed "Healani" was suspended
above. Flags and streamers were
hung in a circle over the centre of
the floor, and the sides of the pavi
lion showed similar di apery in
every direction. Not only was the
interior brightly lighted witli incan
descent clcctiic lamps, but numbers
of these were distributed among the
trees. The whole made a brilliant
scene suddenly disclosed on the ar
rival of the train.
There were twelve dances on the
programme and the floor was well
filled with dancers tluoughout. The
Hoyal Orchestra furnished music
for the light tripping feet, and be
tween numbers the Quintet Club,
under direction of Mr. J. Ailau,
with string accompaniments sang
native songs in delightful style.
The comfortable swings under the
trees were going all the time, and
couples, triples, bevies, etc., were
constantly strolling about the grove
The male spectators were rooted to
the ground in gioups by ihe hour
discussing the baseball situation.
Refreshments solid and liquid were
Many of the class "aged," in
cluding the Iiui.i.KTix ieporler, re
turned to town on the 10:110 train.
They packed three cars without
leaving the place in a lonesome con
dition, as the grove was swarming
with llio folks who came out to see
the "early birds" off.
The committees managing Ihe
event were as follows :
Hailroad W H C Gieig, Hohl
More, At; wins.
Tickets K Stiles, W II 0 (ireig.
Music T P Cummins W II C
Priming A Gcuns, .1 II Heist, A
L C Atkinson. ,
Refreshment C Wideiiianu, M
Goldberg, W Lucas, .1 II Heist, F
Weight, M K Iveohokalole, H U
(iillilaud, F Stiles, A Genus, II
Floor J II Wodehousc, Floor
Manager; J N S Williams, Geo ('
Allen, T P Cummins, Geo K
Smithies, J II Hoyd, l O Caller, .lr,
Decoration K Sliles, J Spi'iicnr,
M K Iveohokalole, W A lUmkley,
Win Wilder, T P CiiiiiiiiIiih, A S
MiiIiiiiiIii, Chas I lei rick, F I Km
gor, K lv LiiKiiniH, Miutfailaiiu,
Gun t; Alluiw
'PHE QNUY,MFP""i!,ll1 ui '!
I iliHH-."'riiy Dully HulUlu " 6
dtHtU iii iiiuiilti
J -HUiNULUJUJ, Ji. i.j JWEMBBft 1
TMrfl Circuit Court.
Result of a Murder Trial,
A Jap's Sentence for Burglary.
Triple Deorons of Divorce
XoleM Mini t'nintiH'iilM Ijili'Ht
Our correspondent, writing from
Kapapala under some disadvantage
owing to Ihe absence of notes which
were left at Waiohinu, sends the
following items in addition to tlioso
published by us on the 21st in
stant: The trial of Tawara Magohai, a
Japanese employed on the Naalehu
Plantation, charged with murder,
was beuud on Wednesday, the lflth
instant, before a foreign jury,
ease lasted all day and the
failed to agree upon a verdict
deliberating ljve hours.
The defendant was charged
killing his wife on the 1 1th of March
hv-t, in broad day light, upon the
io.ul whilnt ictiiruiug from the Wai
oliiuu Court House lo the plantation.
The husband was on foot and the
wile on horseback, when opposite
Dr. Oliver's gate, the luiia, in charge
of defendant for deserting bound
set vice, observed in looking back
that the woman was lying prostrate
upon the ground and the husband
stooping over the woman's body in
the act of doing violence.
The deadly weapon used by de
fendant, being an ordinary jack
knife, was produced in court. Willi
this the defendant, after slabbing his
wife about the neck and severing
an aitcry, attempted to commit sui
cide by cutting his own throat. The
knife was found a few feet from de
fendant's light side, as lie lay upon
the ground bleeding from the slight
wounds inllicted upon himself. Dr.
Foot of the district testified to see
ing the woman die, and also as lo
defendant's wounds as he lay on the
ground apparently senseless at the
The killing was proved beyond
any reasonable doubt, but the de
fense put in was that of insanity.
The case was ordered continued to
the next May Term at Ililo. Mr.
D. II. Hitchcock of Ililo appeared
for the defendant. The Hon. Mr.
Apiki, Hep. member for Kau, was a
principal witness in the ease
On Thursday morning the 20lh
Fugiida, a Japanese employed on
the plantation at Naalelm, was
Hied for breaking into the planta
tion store. The jury returned a
verdict of guilty and defendant was
sentenced to 18 mouths imprison
ment at hard labor and to pay a fine
of S20. The evidence in this case
was entirely circumstantial but the
verdict as to guilt was unanimous.
D. II. Hitchcock of Ililo appeared
as counsel for the defendant.
On Thursday afternoon the Chief
Justice granted decrees in throe
divorce cases. Mr. W. C. Achi of
Honolulu appeared as counsel for
all the plaintiffs. The grounds were,
one for deseitiou, and two for adul
tery. The Court adjourned sine die on
Thursday the 20th, at !1 o'clock p.m.
His Honor the Chief Justice,
members ot the liar, and others
were entertained at dinner after
adjournment of Court on Thursday
afternoon, by Mr. II. Center, man
ager of the Hutchinson Plantation
The Chief Justice and party left
Waiohinu on the 21 si for Kapapala
Han'ch, going through Naalehu, Hi
lea, Punaluu and 'Pallida. The ranch
was leached the next day. Mr.
Julian Mousarrat is the manager of
this extensive estate, covering over
one hundred thousand acres. On
the way lo the ranch His Honor
stayed one night at Mr. I'M. Fuller's,
manager ot the l'aliala I'lantaiiou.
Monday, the 2 llh, was spent by
Chiel Justice .lucid and Ins party,
riding over pahoehoc and the loiv&l.
lauds of the ranch. The manager
was one of the party, who showed
the party several herds of cattle. mil
horses, The Judge by the way is an
expert on Innsos and cattle. Wo
found these in comparatively
condition. There aic about
head of cattle. The stallions aic
llany D. and Waterford, jr.
Our party spent Tuesday
night the 25th, at the Volcano
IIouhc. We vUitod the crater of
lyilaitea, and found Dana Lake in
splendid activity. 1 1 was a grand
On Wednesday, the 2)lh instant,
our paily ol twenty was separated
at the Volcano I louse, owing to some
members going to Ililo and sonic re
turning by the Kau side,
Mr. Julian Mutism rat's pet Mon
key was shot by him on '.ho 22ml
iiiblaiit, Some' oiio had beitn tending
lint niiliiml and in coiihiupiunce ho
bit III iiiiuKii'h IiiiiiiI wliluli lilud
prnfiitiily. Dr. Foul iu ciiIIlmI in
to mw up tin Hiuiinl. Hi lam,
liuiviir, tllil uui pruvMuL Air. iiwn-
Ul'I'tH' uffuil 10 UllUlllMll) III
Hon. S. L. Austin called in at
Kapapala Hatich on the 27th Instant
on Ilia way lo Ililo from Kona. He
says there are fewer appeals in the
two Konas than formerly.
The present telephone system in
Kau works splendidly, and il will be
a boon after the lino is extended
from the Volcano House to Ililo.
ANOTHER LAND SALE.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will hold
another sale of Pearl City lots at his
salesroom on next Saturday at noon,
December Olli, at which a limited
number of lots will be offered. The
O. H. A: L. Co. will issue round-trip
tickets during the week- at 00 cents,
including buss fare, lo those wishing
to inspect the property.
This sale is to bo held at the spe
cial request of quite a number of
people who were not able to attend
the gical land sale of last Saturday
and who are desirous of securing
building sites at Pearl City before
pi ices advance.
Mivini'vn u .in.. ..mi i. ......iii..
A THIS DAY at tbeo'lllee of Mers
Castle A; t'ooke, to the 4i:irVhnllcrs of
Ihi llniku Sugar Co. 724 It
DIVinKXn Is due and pivable
THIS DAY at (he olllee of MtVi s.
Calle t Cooke, to the Mian-holders of
the l'ala Plantation. 721 11
LL bills against Mechanic Knglne
r Co. No. 2 must be banded to the
Seeietary, Mr. W. C. C.reig, at Mcsrs.
Lowers A, Cooke, by TO-MOllllOW
(Tuesday"), at 1 o'clock e. m.
U. It. ItYAN,
721 It Foiemau.
1 li. & JL,. A.
I'M IK regular monthly meeting of the
Pioneer Uuilding A; Loan Asso
ciation will be held THIS (Mondav)
KVKX1NG, at 7:30 o'clock, at the
olllee of .1. Alfied Magoon, Merchant
stieet. T. F. LANSING,
721 It Seeietary.
Haw-iiian Lodge, No. 21, F. kh.
'1MIKUI5 will Ik- a meeting of
I wuihin Lodce No. 21. F. & A.
at its II ill, eoiiier of Fort and Q.ieeu
str. ots, THIS (Mondav) KVKNINU,
December 1st. INK), at 7:!10 o'clock, for
"Flection of Ollic crs and Transaction ol
Membirs of Lodge le Piogres and nil
sojourning Uicllircn are fraternally in
vited to lie piesenl.
lly order ot the W. M..
T. O. POKTEIi,
724 U Seoi.'tary.
OSHQRN E will hold a sale of
r Fancy Wink on WEDNKS-
aiiil THURSDAY. Dee. :lrd and
llh, fiom U o'clock a. m. to r. o'clock
!. M., at her resilience. Foil stieet, op
posite Cliluexe Clou ch. 721 Ht
U O USE TO LET
ON neretania -tiri
Piikoi street, e
ing fi rooms, bathroom and
Lot ir. ft. fiont, 100 ft. dcon.
noiit-u in penect ouier. Kent reason
able. Apply to
Mas. C. W. KIN'GSLEY,
721 lw 111) Kingsticet.
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
lfK.-m Im" lt li.
Amfirica's Most Gifted Child Actress !
The Greatest Loid Fauiilleroy on
Supported by an Excellent Company.
The. following strong bill will be pie-t-ented:
Fhst production in thin city
of ihe t harming Sketch:
(As piodueed at the Lyceum Thci
tio, New Yoik).
OLIVE 1IKKKLEY : : a Kililha
Last Two Acts of
"LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY I "
OLIVE linitKLKY : : asCedilc
(Little Lord Fauntloroy).
CiaT Sale of seati will commence
Tbuisday morning, all) o'clock, at. I J.
William-.' Photograph Gallery.
Beaver Lunch Saloon,
Will be found a line stock of
or i;vi;iiv mni.
I III: ni.l'
ITfl AIM! f!Tf!
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms 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, its payments, prompt and certain, and its
(From the N'eio Yorl- Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
Thu Liiirjrp.Ht Biisinos.H Bvisr Tnui.stiutpd by a Life 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 Fiktv
Million Doi.i.aus. This is at the rale of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
KaTlnformation eheerfulb furnished to nny who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
nitary Woollen System Co.,
Just to hand a full supply of
CAUTI O N .
Boy Genuine Jaeger Articles aie
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's
Ctay Accept no goods that do
Telephones, No. 1 lit.
s. fiusface, King Street.
"O EJIVIO'V'.A.L. !
Having loai-cd the stores in the brick building known as tho
"Lincoln lllock," nearly opposite the old stand, and having dinposcd
of that poitiou of my slock damaged by the late fire, and being
in icceiptof New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, 1
am piepared to fill all inters as before. Thanking the public for
tlie liberal patronage bestowed on me fur the past seven years, I
hope by piompl attention to all tdors lo merit a continuance of the
Mime. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones in may find it to their advantage to
call. Island oiders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods !
'PENNSYLVANIA" & N1CW EASY LAWN MOWEKS,
HAVILAND CIIIN'A, bILVEIt PLATEDWAKK,
LAMPS, CllANDELIKlt.S. A1m,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OIV ALL SIVSlC-
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not bear the Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
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