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Publ c School fxiuiii, lions,
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Honolulu Will llU ll '111 Hfijl W!
m MDOI.S IN Tlir. U.'JGUSIt I. .NCitAOK
On Mnmliiy,- July 18 li, lit VailUic,
K mioilhli, M.uion, unit W'.iiUiki
On Tuesday, July 19th, lU Marques-
ilk', Uerotauiu StTOOt, Moiui.ilui
uiul Iviihh!ukOr Scli'ioW.
ln Wednesday, July 'JOth, at Fori
Street and Kiuiluwela Schools.
on TliuiatllWUtiW 21s,at'Ufe'J4Ayal
School and Eulibi-waonii School.
On Friday, July 22d, at the Point
kuinu Girls' School.
H1I00LS IS Tim HAWAIIAN UAXOUAOK.
Ou Monday, ,'uly ' lSthTaf llie GBv'iii
moil t ScliQolbouse at Kawaiahao,
the Qonunon Schools of Kuiima
knpili, Kawniabao and Honia V.
A I HVA,- WAIANATJ A XI) KOOLAUI'OKO
on Monday, July JSth, at Hakipuu
and Waiahole, ICoolaupoko.
On Tuesday, July 10th, at ICanoolie
and Waimanulo, Koolaupuko.
On Wednesday, July 20th, at Makun
anil l'okai, Waianao.
On Tlnusday, July 21st, at Waiawa,
Tbe i'xeriMu. will be freo lo all, and
will begin at 0 o'clock a. m., on each
uf the days named. The summer vaca
tion will extend to Monday, the 12th
of September next, on which date a
new term will begin.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Oftiee of the Boaid of Education,
July , 1S92. 46S 81-29 2t
JNO. I,. lvANAKAOUJNA, Esq.,
has this day been appointed an Agent
to take Acknowledgments to Laboi
t'liilracts for the District of llama
kua. I-luiiil ot Hawaii.
C. tf. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oiliee, July S, 1S92.
J 07 3t
i: 11. FRIEL.Esq., has this day been
appointed a .Notary I'ublic for the
So oiid Judicial Circuit of the King
dom C. N. SPENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, July 11, 18U2.
t li li
Ju teed to wither Sect uor Par',
Hi ' rttablishrd for the bnirit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 11, 1S92.
The Advertiser gives an esparto
decision on the que&tion of the effect
of an amendment, to, or the rejection
of. one ot the constitutional amend
ments passed for the lirsl time ut the
session of 1890. That paper holds
that all the amendments, being con
tained in one bill, must stand or fall
together, and that any action,- other
than passing it intact, on an' of the
amendments nill necessitate the de
ferring of final action on all of them
until next session. If our couteiu
poraty i right it is unfortunate that
all of the amendments arc in one
bill, us some of them, undoubtedly,
received the tacit endorsement of the
electors by meeting with no opposi
tion from any party or candidate in
the general election. The amend
ments, requiring citizenship as one of
the ipialiliealions of voters for mem
bers of the Legislature was opposed
by Mr. Ashfprd, whose election may
or not have been aided by such oppo
sition. Jt probably was a factor in
his election, as his constituents are
largelj J'orlugucse, who would be
disfranchised by the amendments
icferued to. These amendments are,
however, notoriously in sympathy
with one of the main grievances of Ha-
v,aiians since 1887, and were put in
the bill lo placate the Iluuuiians for
the retention of the property qualifi
cation o voters for Nobles which
was one of their chief objects of at
tack in 18'JO.
The placing of the amendments in
one bill was the woik of the select
committee on constitutional amend
ments. Their doing so was undoubt
edly in the best of faith. They hud
worked hard through the greater
pail of the session in devising a
common ground of agreement be-
tweon different parties on the sub
jects up for amendment, succeeding
so well that the amendments rep' ti
ed lo the House passed almost i..i:i.
linoubly. It is extremely dotili fit!
,a,0.j. Bw.jr ..U.....M,
jl, HiippobiLg the piinciplc of each of
mYi iMhiwfr ifc JTftl'yfc3&yjWfc
I'li'in lo It i! I'lM.tnl, the vim'mI uh.
ttiif leu of tin' niiu'iulmOtits imii lio
nlli'H'il (t ns to umkii tlii'iu .iriep'ii
lib' to aiiv unatiT, ntiinber of tin'
tM'oitk' than tliHV arc n-
than wy arc n -xiity now
Tim qiiu'Ujiu slnuildj tl'Ui-ejl
limited to itife i)T.aji or ro-
fMrn ho limlti u to ibfc r
J-'utlnii nf wieli iiiiiuiuliiiuui intact.
A-iy tii UiMing ut thi'lt Voitul sttuu
itiro will In each laiu lung the
ameinliiiPiii. up fur two years innrc,
us the Aiivoritscr U no ibiubt rljjhi
in thl pint of its cuutiii'.ioti. It 1-
i.oi no eleiC, however, tint mi th.
lientiUi'iil of one M-etiO.i uf the bill
thef iliMlf lib.- Wh. If'dcpi'iiiU, 'I llCie
it will Known (nii.iiple nf jmliiiai
interpretation governing he practice
hi' re as will as in the United States,
which the simple right and justice of
the qieMiiiii befoie us seem to de
limit! sauiill he applied to the bill.
When a point is raised before the
courts :h to the consMtutiUmuUy 'tif u
certain provision of a statute, a de
cision thereon only affects that
particular provision. Whatever of the
statute may not have been attacked
rtS.i .. i. .,.,.,. i ...:.,., .,,.! im.. ....
anil i;uiiui;iuiiui! lumaiua uuii i.n .a
long as it is not attacked and con
demned. Numbers of instances il
lustrative of this fact, including one
iin the Chinese labor bill of lS'JO, ap
pear or have appeared on our statute
books. Where is the principle,
then, or the constitutional provision
the Advertiser admits it cannot dis
cover such a provision to forbid a
similar inle to that cited from opera
ting in the ease of a constitutional
aoi'i.d uent bill of several distinct
Tnere i a thing-in the fact of dif
ferent im ei.dincnts having been in
eoip.iia'ul in one hill to have pre
vi a I'd the fullest and most discrimi
nating verdict of the people upon
any of the parts by itself. A party
convention, lor instance, could have
pledged its candidates to support one
amendment and to support another.
Thus the issue in eaeh case would
have been clearly delined, and the
voice of the people well ascertained.
It was not the bill in itself that was
before the electors, but the amend
ments each on its own merits. Every
thing except the text of the amend
ments is but the staging lo the struc
ture. The enacting clause or the
title, or even the royal sign-manual,
will not form part of the Constitu
tion if the whole bill should pass
intact. Any bill may be amended
so as to lose all semblance of its
original form and be made law, and
this constitutional bill may also be
amended, we submit with due lay res
pect, but with a material difference.
That is, while an ordinary bill may
bo amended by words, clauses and
it ciins, this one to amend tiie Con-
siiniiion can only be amended, so as
io have elf. ct in becoming, in part
or in whole, law this year, by pass
ing or t'ljecting each proposed
.lueiiilaiciit in the same form as it
tv;i pa-s d by the Legislature of
I.VJO. 'Hoc is no reason in com
mon cu-e, and should be none in
law, vli4 il.e rejection or amendment
ot one ot the pioposcd amendments
should prevent the coming into foice
forth will) ot any other amendment
that, without alteration from its pre
sent form, passes the Legislature
and is signed by the Queen.
AN ABANDONED SHIP.
Float etl in lloiiiliuas mill Ilrnutilit lo
Honolulu lor ItcpairK.
The Danish baik Jorgcnsen G.
Lot., Capt. Albert A. Nelson, airiv
ed yoiterday, Id days from Amapala,
Honduias, Cential America. The
hark was formerly owned by a com
pany, but was stranded on that coast
.mil !..i. .(loin d. It was bought by
.Mi Liu- Net-on of San Fianeisco,
ii. l ah i ii little eifort was lloulcd.
Hi i in w i w net decided to bring her
to Homo. ut, i blie cxpciicnccd calms
ami Mpt -li, luatherat intervals on
I ne v. y.i'-, and in 125 S. 10 N. ex
pt i louetu tiro tig squally trades and
hili seas. The Lou has sustained
some damage which will necessitate
her going on the marine railway for
Mr. Nelson, the owner, is expect
ed on the steamer W. (J. Hall from
Maui. It is the intention of tlia
owner, after having the vessel re
paired, to lay her up in the stream
and await the next sugar crop, when
blio will load for San Francisco. The
crow will be discharged to-morrow
and Capt. Nelson will then move the
baik out into the stream. The Lot,
is lying at Ilrewer's wharf. She
looks like a wreck with her fore topgallant-mast
The Hoyal Hawaiian Military Hand
under the leadoiship of Ptofessor II.
Merger will give a concert this even
ing ut Kinma Squaie, at 7:10o'clock.
The following is tlio program :
.Mai eh Vienna Sehild
Overture Tout and I'easuut Siqipo
Chorus Tannhaiiber Wagner
Selection Norma (by Hqiiest)..Hellul
lie I.ei no Llllu Moa Ula. I .a l'ule
' II- . -Illaek iirigmle Uojer
I'oi .ill M siiulto Uaiicu.. .Elleulit'i
- "" JUwull 1'oiioi.
Uw Kiititi li uii-ii'i m'iiiL(iit' (!ut ii
AjhvgPf tutrnthnui;-xvn wircsont nt
tlu'dLvujtii (rntiiujhii ' avtnltiy to
wltwsi the hall unmcrbclwi'i'ii the
t 're-cents anil lvitncliaiiiclini, the
l'ir cIiiIm of the A-snein'i hi. The
fad that it. was a g-mie for blood no
doubt ihllueiiccd the attendance,
riie i'xe. lenient eoniincniTd from the
bi'jp.iui.iiig of the game, even pop hits
viiiiiuig in for a st-nx' .,f tin
pi iii-c Cri'-s of 'hit hiini lend,
I'eiey." n snttildeil" at fntcivaU in
ill- gui'id -land. 1'ivo ladies broke
ti tit 11 I a- iii.lheh'iHfwpuuiuiit. iif iittll-
iutU mVMtih,U J I-
went lioine luiar-e The tliiuiiii!
tiiul liissiiig :n leai'ful and eaily in
the game the Crescents lost heart
and played aimlessly. The Kaineha
melius had been praolieitig for the
past week on Angus' slow curves
ami caught on to how it was done.
An- experienced' bah player can al
ways tell that the way to hit a slow
curve is to bring his bat round
3lowly. The Crescents on the re
verse were used to hitting a slow
ball and were not familiar with Mehc
ula's speedy ball, which cut the
plate iii two almost every time it
It was n noisy crowd, ready to
whoop and shout for either side.
Mchcula twirled the ball for the col
legians in splendid form, allowing the
Crescents nine consumptive-looking
baschits. Vida Thrum of the Cres
cents made a tremendous lunge at
the sphere in the fourth inning, send
ing the ball n hi Meheula clear down
to right field and making a three
base hit. "I'eachblow" Lionel Hart
played splendidly while, Percy Lish
mati distinguished himself by play
ing an errorless game. Willie Wilder
was not in good form and was not
effective either at the bat or on the
base. Johnny Soper at first was good
and Willis at backstop played fairly.
Angus' slow curves were caught on
to by the college boys and swiped
for singles, doubles and triples, re
gardless of cost. Thrum at center
made an error in the fifth inning but
redeemed himself by throwing the
ball to third and putting a man out.
There was great excitement in the
ninth inning when the Crescents
made four runs.
The Kamehamelias plaj'ed a pro
fessional game, a majority of their
errors being made through skylark
ing. Mchcula, twirler, was never in
better form. "Glasscase" Baker
caught the ball in fine style, and
Mahuka at first was as usual Al.
George Cummings at shortstop plaj'
ed as line a game as one would wish
to see. The fielding of the black
stockings was great and their victory
was well deserved, as they played
for it. The ICams gave three cheers
after the finish.
Following is the score :
xami:s. All. It till O. A. 1C.
Mahuka, lb., (i 2 -1 13 2 1
Kaukn, r.f 0 12 10 0
Meheula, p I 1 0 0 8 0
ICnanoi.el fi 2 1 0 0 0
1'ahati, 2 b o 2 1 fi 3 2
Makiiiiaiii, 1. I... ." 1 1 0 0 0
tinker, c " 1 1 U 1 1
Valiiiiein:tikal,yh.... 5 2 12 0 2
Ciimmhigp, s.s a 1 2 (I 7 1
10 13 13 27 10 7
nami:s. Ati.it mi. o. a. t:.
Willis, C c 5 112 2 2
Li-hinan, P., 3b r, 2 2 13 0
Hart, L s.s ii 0 1 I 1 1
Wilder, W., 2b C 0 0 I 5 2
Holt, l.f 5 110 10
(Jailer, rf 5 2 0 0 0 0
Tlumii.e.f 113 111
Sonur,.!., lb 4 1 1 IS 2 0
Angus, O., p 3 0 0 0 3 3
Jl 8 11 27 21 12
Scoie by innings
Kamehamelias. ...2 12 0 0 2 1 1 113
(.ic-ueats 0 0 12 0 10 0 48
SuiiMAitv: Earned Kuns -Kaini'ha-Uielia,
C; Crescents, 3. Two IJasu Hits
.Mahuka, 2 Tluee base hits Kaukn,
('iiinmliigs and Thrum. Double plays
1'ahaii and Mahuka. Left on bases
Kainehamehas. 7; Crescents, 9. liases
on balls By Meheula, 3; by Angus, 1.
Mi uck out By Meheula, 0; by Angus,
2. Passed balls Willis, 1. Ulil pitches
Angus, 1. Umpires C. T Wilder and
The following is the standing of
the different clubs in the Hawaiian
League up to July i):
. P5 .1 -5 w
o 2 3 2 5
C S " i - 5
2. S P 2 r. a
f g" f ' 'a "
F 3 ! ;? re
: F I : 7 -'
ilouoluli I I 2 .333
Kuineliaiiielia 2 .. 2 2 0 1 .7.'0
Hawaii '. .. 2J2io3:i
Cn'sCuiit.L. 2 1 ".l ..j-4L.B0
Guinea Lost., l" I I 2 "l 1 1 .. ""
Mr. ). P. Hlaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in l)es Moines, Iowa,
nariowly escaped one of the severest
attaclis'of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturdtty
lluotew. Mr. lllaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
ami was to thoroughly chilled that
lie was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was thieatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. lllai.e
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie had often
heard, and took a number of laige
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time lie
was breathing cjuilo easily. Ho kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able lo come lo Uea Moines,
Mr. Hlulze regards his cine as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
bale by all dealers, llcnson, Smith
& Co., Ageuta.
V.x. ' lliiniWi'.
invoice bf thq vW.kiKijVif'l) ulion
Ware, cbrnpri-ing llrcakfast uiul Din
ner Set, Toilet Sets, Cups and San
ceri, Jugx, ele., Ue. "" .
Their supply of Plantation Tonl
and Supplli's is"cly complete, us :tho
of Lubricating Oil'.
(.'aibnliiieiiin Avcnatiui by the bar
rul( case or smaller (pianlily.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at I'ublic Auction,
On SA.TUI1DAY, July lGlh,
AT tSS II'CMIUK .NO OX.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
.Situated at Nlupaipal, Ilonohihi.-tat rear
of residence of II. V. Glade, Ksu,.,
1 Bl XJj-ii IS 1 XT
Containing 27-100 Acre. These Is a
Dwelling House on the picinUes.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot containing 1S-100
JSaT Deeds at purchasers' expense.
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MOKGAX,
Household Furniture !
FRIDAY, July J 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK . 31..
At the Residence of PROF. M. M.
SCOTT, Poit Street, 1 will sell at
The Entire Household Furniture
1 Upright Piano,
(Hoelling and Spangenberg, Makers.)
Veiaiulti Oil. lira,
Upholstered Chair, Piano Lamps,
Rugs, Lueipier Ware,
1 B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Single Hedsteadb, linre.uts,
1 Antique Oak Dining Table.
Chairs, Disji Closet,
1 B. W. Sideboard.
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
1 Fischer Steel 'Range and Utensils.
Also 1 Fine Carriage Horse,
Broken aluo to Saddle.
1 Double Carriage,
1 Set Harness,
L.ulieh' and Gents' Saddles,
Ktc, Ktc., ' Etc., Etc.
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure. EST Postponed lo Saturday, July 16.
rpiIE unilernigncd, Edward Furste-
nan, the Mortgagee named in a
certain mortgage deed fiom C. Alee
and Chang Fook, dated December 1-1,
1880, of record in hiber 100, folioh
-17u-17S, Hawaiian Registry of Deed,
given notice that ho intendb to fore
close bnid mortgage for condition
bioken, to-wit: the failure of baid
mortgagors to pay when duo their
note for .17000, secured by said mort
gage, and that he will cause the l'io
petty named in said mortgage to bo
sold at Public Auction, at the sales
looms of J. F. Moigan, in Honolulu,
On SATUKDxVY, July 10th,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
Tho following lhoperty is covered by
said moitgage, viz.:
1. I and al Waiholo, ICoolaupoko,
Oahu, containing 31 8 100 acicu more
or less, being a part of L, C. A. oDIHi
to l'uuiki, R. 1. (11)78, conveyed by
metes and bounds to said mortgagois
by deed of Lydia S, Blauchard, dated
Sept. till, 1878, Liber 57, folio 75.
2. Laud on the North side of Mer
chant btieet, in Honolulu, being a
portion of L. C. A. 557!), It. I'. 21(11,
to lviialii, conveyed to said Chang
Fook by deed of IColiipaiua et al.,
dated Deo. 27, 187!), l.ibor 02. folio
Ii. Lease from Joseph S. Oilman
and Louis Alaigiet to Cluing Fook,
dated M.woh 20, 1880, Liher (12, folio
110, for toini of 110 yeais fiom said
date, of promises on l'uiiuhhowl street
in Honolulu, now occupied by
gjST TEKMS CASH. Deeds at
expense of pui chasers.
By his Atturnoy-iit-faot F. A.Schui'for.
&" For fin thur puiticulaib apply
to F. M. Hatch, attorney, or to J. 1
) Moigan, auctioneer, 408-51
THE"- fifiUHUAL UF& HISURANfiE 00,
Kt4.ll 4; Hit A. 111! I
1 U, v
It ha)afdil3members.imcc.it3i.rgai.iZati..n THRFt HUNDRED AND
It.s uw Distribution l'ohoy is tiie tiiosl liheial ever offered ly any Iiim lance Coinpaii.x .
cSp For full paitiotilars apply to
f. B . B f 4 ? SC
Oent-ial Auent lor ilie lltiwuihiti IslnutK.
W nr S ibn !y I. wh I. i,'ii(.
Police Is hri-uby given thai hi acccid
auce with the law in such cases made
and p'-olcleil, I will catiM- to bo told the
f"llowliig aitlclesof Hoong Ch ing Toug,
taken by me In dlstralnuig for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 .Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding 'Cable,
2 Square Tables, 2 Cliulri, 2 titouls, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicine and
Bay Sal tl sale will take place uitliu I
Auction Salesiooms of Luwis J. Li:vi:y, i
Auctioneer, corner of Hon and Queen '
."ticets,onFRIDAY,.liily inth,al 10a m.
lii lnl NU IJUU.
Golden Rule Bazar !
W. F. REYNOLDS, I'ltoi-utmoii.
Sole Agent for the-
Domestic Sewing lull
This Machine is now improved o
iih to make eilhi v Chain Sirrcii ou
Lock Stiich. Il stands at the head
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kind of Machines.
Sewing Machines of all kinds
$JW Don't forgot that tbib is posi
tively a CASH KTOHE no private
individual can obtain Cicdit. Every
thing tla-iefoie Chi:ai'.
Stationery and Blank Cooks!
GUITARS, from $1.00 up.
Eurneau.x's Ueautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls,
li.ibc Balls and Bats.
Popular Bound Books
At 35 Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
g""Spccial Arrangements for school
OFFER FOR SALE
At SDficialiy Rcfiuced Bates
AN ASbOKTMK.Vr OV
Genuine Bavarian Beers!
Comprising the following Cele
FRANC I SC ANEW BRA U,
Now being landed ex "J. C. I'll tiger."
4J. C. PFLUGER"
And Otber Lute ArilviiUi
Holsten Beer, Flensburg Beer,
Hlbubloss I Jeer, I'ortei, Kt.. i:te.,
.St. Louis it MllwauKee Ileer, qth and its
Qllurts nud 2lntt;
Claret, l'oit Wine, Sliurry,
bwedUb l'uueli, C'oiine,
WbUkoy, Vac, Etc, Also,
HAVANA CIGARS I
roit sai.i: nv
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
jKZk rPWO Xlu'dy EmiiUliPil
,1 ySjrlt Hoonih I'cntrally loeated.
iSaSHaS Emiulro Ilui.i.r.iiN Olllee,
yy- . V 10 ELY FiirnUlicil ColtaL'o
.ftfWyfA l at Makikl ni'.ir lU'M't.i
KisK? nla-stieet car. Jtent 10 00.
Apply ibln ollleo
t v I UVAL 1'ItKMlSES, ill
S14A 1 Iti.i. .Mini i Lti.n.t ..t.w
hMbllu Foil-btii't'l Oliiucli. ah.
ply to K. LL1LLIE,
asjJ U At TUco. II. Daylus & Co.
l&s-wes-iEyery Desirobls Form
HAVE OPKNtiD Til El 11 -
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Larp MM of to Goods ex "Benmore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware. -
5Iew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
1? II 10
Oriimiiuutnll Kconoinieal it Durablul
Eddy's Old EbTAiuasiitii)
Icd Gliests & Miiprfc,
China, Crockery & Glassware, .
Plantafon T iols, Implements & Supplies I
Paints, Oils & Varnlslioa.
Vanimm Oil fin .'a I,iiVin:ilin nils 1 1
Always tlio same; made by a spuuial J
process and always reliable. 'j
Carbolincum Ayenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Ctunuilus New block, Fort & Meicbant stiects.
I 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be" Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless,
! For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
j ESS" Tlio Adoliuo Ttliusk Stocking iii'is (ho Iost Made -a
6, Fltlfl.lt n
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort .to Hotel wtreotH
We Will Sell THISWEEKat Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANb, ETC., ETC,
K36 PI CIVIC II A. T JS ! 2gSl
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EIlKLrClI & CO.,
Cut nor Fort & lintel stieotfe.
At Oii'atly Keriiu'eil I'lices.
CI.ji .lie Portieres at Jr'O a Pair. Ulack Ik-ailul Oupun for Lailies, $5 Huduceil
GENTS' WHITE SBIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now line of Clinlie, at 10V. per y.ml. 12-inoli All Wool Druta
Ooods, in Plain, .Stiiiuil ami (Jlu-ikcd, ledueed fiom
tl to liOu. per yanl, u-
8. F. EMS h GO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
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