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FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
Session Laws of 1888.
The, attention of tin- imlilic is culled to
tin- following l'lro Laws:
Sue. ''0. No iiorsnn slinll, wilcis by per
mission of tlio Chief Kngineer, kindle nny
lire, nor in nny wny nuthorlze nny lire to
lie liiiulo in nny street, road, lime, market
lilnco or other highway, or on nny pier or
wlinrf in tlio city, except for the purpose
of boiling tnr, which lire shall not be more
than ten feet from the end of the pier or
wharf; and no person shall kindle or light,
or cause to bu lighted, any rubbixli or any
bonilro in any plueo whatsoever within a
radius of one mllo of the present site of
the. Hell Tower of Honolulu without tlio
permit in writing of the Chief Kngineer.
Sko. 127. All engines, carriage, and
other movnlilo apparatus of the Honolulu
Kiro Department shall have the paramount
Tight of j way through all streets, lanes,
alleys, highways and byways,' places and
com ts of tiic city mul ilro ttitiiets of Ho
nolulu, when running to a lire, and such
apparatus, together with all other vehicles
thereto, excepting stieet cars, shall take
and keep the right side of the street, unless
the same be obstructed, and all street cars
in the vicinity of nnj Mich apparatus go
ing to a lire, shall retard or accelerate their
speed, as the apparatus may require, iii
order to give the apparatus of tlio Kiro De
pal tment the unobstructed u-.e of the stieet
for the time being.
Sku. :y. No person or persons having
the control of any vehicle shall wilfully or
carelessly permit the same to obstruct the
progress of the apparatus of tlio Honolulu
Fire Department going to a the.
Six. 2!). Whoever wilfully, wantonly or
maliciously obstructs or retards the passage
of an engine, or any the apparatus of tlio
I'ire Department, while going to or at a lire
shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall be pun
ished by a tine not exceeding one hundred
Sne. ;ti. No person shall give a false
alarm of lire in Honolulu.
Si:c. HI. Any poison violating any of the
provisions of this Act shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and on convic
tion shall, except where the penalty is
otherwise provided herein, be punished by
a tine in a sum of not more than one hun
Chief Kngineer Honolulu Fire Depart
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will bo in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
scon by all vessels approaching tho harbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 lted lights and a j
White light as in m:i W.n '
the diagram the red j i
lights being about 3 j '
feet apart, with tho whiti:
whito light in the s
center. I ,. (
All steamers cross- i
ing tho Bar will stop "
at a safe distance from the Diedger and
give one- blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast fiom tho
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from the Diedger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing eraft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
C. N. SJ'KNCHIl,
Minister of the Interior.
llitorior Oillce, March i), lb').'.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, aio hereby notilied
that, owing to the drouth and tho scarcity
of water in tho Government Reservoirs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to U o'clock p. i., until further notice.
JOHN C. WH1TK,
Snpt. Honolulu Water Works.
(J. Is. Si'i:xokii,
,Mlnlster of the Interior.
HoiioluliiH. J., Atig.fi, 18!)J.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, tlio residents muukit of .ludd stieet
are requested to collect what water they
i may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. W1I1TK,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1M. KKI-tf
Pledyed to neither Sect nor J'urty,
Hut Established for the Jlenefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 18SI2.
An nrticlo by Judge Dole on the
question, "Shall tho Courts bo -Reorganized?"
is in typo and will ap
pear in noxt issue. It is an import
ant supplement to tho Report of tho
Royal Commission ou the Judiciary
to tho Legislature of 1888.
Tho news that work on the Pana
ma canal is to bo rosumod is highly
interesting, it might bo taken into
consideration by the committee of
our Legislature having in hand Mr.
Wilcox's resolution to grant aid to
tho Nicaragua canal. Should the
news prove correct tho old ditch
may bo open to commerce boforo
the bonds aro floated for tho new
THE CABLE SURVEY.
"President llnrrison transmitted to
tlio Semite on July 27th tlio report
on tlio l'aeifie onblo survey. It wns
prepared under the direction of
Lieutenant Commander Glover, chief
hydrographor of the Navy Depart
ment. The survey "tesulied in the
development of a lane along the bot
tom of. the Pacific Ocean with an
average Dream hoi .ilK) miles and a
length or 2100 miles. The crust of.
the earth along the belt was found
to have a generally undulating .sur
face, with here and there a sharp
peak rising abruptly to the surface
of the ocean." Three linos of deep
sea soundings were run by the
steamers Albatross and Thetis be
tween October, 1801, and May, 18SI2.
Two were along the great circles of
the earth between Monterey Bay
and Honolulu and Point Concopcion
and Hilo Bay, respectively, and the
third was on the line between Mon
terey Bay and Honolulu. Hilo peo
ple will bo disappointed in reading
fhe following paragraph of a synop
sis of the survey telegraphed from
Washington to the San Francisco
press. It does not bear out their
smiguino hopes of having the cable
terminus at Hilo, raised by the fa
vorable report of the Thetis on the
Point Concopcion and Hilo route:
Tho route considered as the most
practicable one for cables lies at an
average depth of two and a half
nautical miles' along tho Mercator
lino betweon. Monterey Bay and
Honolulu that is, nearly straight
on the charts in ordinary use by
navigators. This route is found to
require the minimum length of cable
in parsing over an oven bottom con
sisting of boil which is favorable for
its protection and preservation,
avoiding submarine mountains ami
volcanic regions where substances
exorcising an injurious chemical
action on tho covering of tho cable
aro likolv to oxisl, and whoso natural
convulsion may cause its destruc
tion. The report says the bottom along
this route is composed principally
of ooze, which is the most favorable
bottom material for prolonging the
existence of a cable. There was
comparatively good bottom all the
way across much bettor than where
tho English cables are laid in the
Atlantic ocean. Tho French cables
in tho Atlantic lie along somewhat
better bottom. Lioutonaut - Com
mander Glover estimates that the
cost of laying tho cable will bo
SI 2,000 a mile. This would be
$2,520,000. It is very gratifying to
have tho cable project reach the
stage of having so favorable a report
upon it presented to Congress.
Central Union Church the Sceuo of a
Mr. Luther "V. Hough, Jr., a drug
gist at Hollister & Co.'s, and Miss
Bertha F. Dexter, a young lady fav
orably known in this community,
wore made man and wife last even
ing at the Central Union Church by
the Bov. Thos. L. Gulick of tho Ma
kawao Foreign Church. The church
was well filled by tho friends of the
contracting parties. The ushers
were Messrs. Geo. II. "Paris,
II. Baris, lfl. E.
Mossman and P.
S. Taylor. The
confined to tin
front of tho pulpit platform, but
thoy wero exceedingly pretty. Short
ly after 8 o'clock the bridegroom,
attended by his best man, Mr. Wm.
Harris, took his position on the left
side of the pulpit, and a moment
later tho bride appeared up tho cen
tre aisle, attended by her sister, Miss
Evelyn Dexter, as bridesmaid. Mr.
Wray Taylor, organist at St. An
drew's Cathedral, officiated at the
organ, and played tho Lohengrin
Wedding March boforo tho cere
mony, and Mendelssohn's Wedding
March as the newly married couple
loft tho building. The bride looked
lovely in a pretty continue of white
silk, and carried a bouipiot. A re
ception was hold later at Mr. and
Mrs. Hough's home on Fort street,
where numerous friends called and
otl'ered their congratulations. Many
beautiful presents wore received by
tho happy couple. Refreshments
wore served and what with social
conversation and music by tho Ha
waiian quintet club, a pleasant even
ing was spent by those present.
Space forbids detail but mention
must be made of the junior brides
maid Tot tie McCandless and the ju
nior groomsman Robbie Mc Wayne.
Tho Australia's Report.
Tho steamer Australia, Jl. C.
Houdlotto, Commander, sailed from
San Francisco, August lid, at 2 p. m,
with U(i cabin and 7 steerage passen
gers, and !)7 bags mails. Experi
enced most remarkable lino weather
throughout the voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu, August 10th, at !) a. m.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean whito rags, suitable for band
ages, aio wanted for use at t he Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokni. King up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will be
sent for; or leave tho same at the
ollico of the Board of Health, or at
,1, T. Watorhouso's, Queen street.
For Mouldings, Frame, Pastels, Arlo
types, J'hotoyruvures, Ftvhinys, mid
everythiny in the line of Pictures, yo to
JCiny Pros., Hotel street.
LATE FOREIGN MEWS.
Sun Priimissa, Aityml fol, per .v. 8.
President Harrison has not
written his letter of acceptance.
It is said ilay Gould's son George
will shortly blossom out .'eui theatre
There is a probability of more
trouble at the Coal Crek mines,
Secretary Tracy has decided to
givo tho name of Brooklyn to the
new armored cruiser authorized by
Portland, Oregon, had a half mil
lion dollar (ire on the 1st. starling
in Whit tier, Fuller & Co.'s paint
and oil store.
After an hour of filibustering on
the 3d tho House adjourned, having
revoked all leaves of absence, even
those to sick members.
Senator Felt on gave notice that
early next session he would address
the Senate ou his bill to amend the
mail subsidy shipping-Jaw.
Hichard Ten Hroeck, a famous
horseman, was found dead in his
bed at San Mateo, Cal., August 1.
Ho owned Lexington, (ho first fam
ous horse in America. His age was
Tho Senate adopted a report re
commending tho appointment of a
committee to in vest igato the appoint
ment of Pinkerton and other detec
tives by corporations for guard duty.
A sensation has been created in
the Hebrew world by a resolution of
the Central Conference of Rabbis in
Now York to make the acceptance
of the Abrahamic rite optional with
proselytes to the faith.
GoM'rnor MoKinloy addressed
15,000 people at Chautauqua on the
results of tho new iarill". Ho cited
the unanimous report of the Senate
committee, whiih showed that re
tail prices had been reduced on 2i I
articles of comfort and necessity.
Agricultural products had risen in
price. Tho foreign trade showed an
increase of $l-Jfj,S"i,81(i.
Tho will of the late Cyrus W.
Field of Now York has been filed.
Tho estate is estimated to be worth
SvioOjOOO, not including life insurance
policies hold, by Mr. Field which
amount to about .'100,000. This will
make thp total amount to Undivided
over 000,000 at tlio lowest estimate.
Five years ago Mr. Field was be
lieved to bo wortli .? 10,000,000.
Tho laboring men ol Taconia,
Washington, aro greatly excited
over tho arrival of three China
men to start a house to trade with
China over tho new steamship line
of the Northern Pacific Raihwry.
Trouble is feared. A mass 'meeting
had been held when the proposition
was made public some weeks ago.
The newspapers suppressed news of
the arrival of tho Chiue-e.
Tho House of Representatives is
in a deadlock over the World's Fair
item of.?r,000,(XK). Friends of the ap
propriation aro blocking all business
to compel tho passage of the item.
Thoy say tho item must be passed or
tho sundry civil service bill will bo
defeated. Tho Democrats deeidetl
in a caucus to lay over the World's
Fair itom until December. This
decision is a severe blow to the Fair.
To suspend building operations when
tho funds on hand aro exhausted
would bo disastrous.
tiic Tnoum.i: in iu.mio.
Wardner, Idaho, where striking
miners produced a reign of terror, is
to bo kept under martial law for an
indefinite period. The United States
Commissioner has warrants for the
arrest of fi(X) men, 200 of which have
yet to bo served.
Appeals have been sent to Gov
ernor Willoy by law abiding citizens
for the continuance of martial law,
expressing such grave fears of dan
ger to life and properly in event of
tho troops' withdrawal that the Gov
ernor exerted all his power to have
the troops retained until the fears
Petitions to both the Governor
and the President represent that
there is evidence that men have
boon designated for the assassin's
knife or bullet. It is thought that
secret sessions of the Law and Order
League aro attended by tho Miner's
Union spies, for in no oilier way
could Union sympathizers be ac
quainted with the plans of tho
Rudolph Jaeger is on trial in Ber
lin for embezzling 1,700,000 marks
from tho Rothschilds.
Tho Marquis do Mores is commit
ted for trial in France for man
slaughter in tho killing of Captain
Mayor in a duel.
Over f)0,(XX) persons died of cholera
in tho Russian Caucasus in Inly. In
Moshed, Persia, f00() deaths from
cholera occurred in June and July,
It is again reported that cholera hits
appeared in Moscow.
Kniperor William's yacht, the
Meteor, led from start to finish in
the race for tho Queen's cup nl
Cowea, England. The Goisalr,
crossing I ho finishing line second,
wns awarded the race on time allow
ance., An important change is impending
in the method of conducting (he
central government of RtKsia. The
lyZiir, according iu uie new niiiuiMi
meiits, will appoint directly the Min
ister .President, who will distribute
tho ministerial portfolios himseir
and will bo alone iesionsible to the
Czar. M. Abnzor Asa.a will proba
bly be tho first President appointed.
Chancellor Caprhi has made ti
bold attempt o destroy Bismarck,
to discredit Count Wulderseo, and
to retain imperial favor. Tie dug up
5500 hostile newspaper ail ides and
showed them jo the Emperor on his
return from his Norwegian trip.
Tlu Emperor was advised by his
Chancellor to prosecute the authors
of the letters. By the intervention
of a more temperate counsellor the
IJmporor declined Caprivi's advice.
It is said the" Chancellor will now
have hard wqrk to hold his position.
Gladstone is haul at work again
after a brief illness (hid caused
great anxiety to the Liberals. In a
circular to his supporters lie urges
(hem to attend tho election for
Speaker of (ho llonso of Commons
ou August -1, and especially to be
present ou the following .Monday,
when the address in reply to 'the
speech from the throne would bo
The News says it understands that
the Government will object to Mi
chael Davit t taking a seat in the
House of Commons on tho ground
that he has not completed the lull
term of his sentence on a criminal
It is reported that when the Queen
sent for the Duke of JXwonshiro and
asked him what could be done to
avoid calling Gladstone to form a
new Cabinet, he answered tho only
way was to '"abdicato the throne."
Sir William Vernon Harccmrt hau
dles all applications for positions in
the Gladstone Cabinet. This shows
that lie has made up Jii.s mind to be
Mr. Gladstone's sues;or. S01110 aro
sure of tlio'r positions, such as Mor
loy for Irish Secretary, Harcourt for
Chancellor of tho Exchequer, Sir
Charles Russell for Attorney-Cult'
end, and Lord Ixoseberry for tho
R l'IS! AN Atlj 1 ' IS1T1 VCNESS.
A despatch to tho London Times
Horn Calcutta buys that threo de
tachments of "Russian troops' have
occupied the Pamir region as far
down as Hindoo Koo.sh, holding the
country from which Colonel YnnotT
of the Bussian army letired hist
year. The news e:.cites much inter
est in London, and Lord Salisbury
is said to bo actiyoby engaged on tho
matter. It is believed that Jitissia's
sudden activity i? duo to the success
of Mr. Gladstone in the elections.
The chief suffercis by the present
Russian aggression tiro China and
Afghanistan. China is, perhaps, the
larger lopor, and her Jiislory in Cen
tral Asia shows that I bote is no part
of her empire in legard to which
she is more sensitive than that in
Central Asia; or for the retention of
wliieh she is more willing to persis
I'reinier Mat sulcata of Japan has
resigned ami count no will lorm a
Jlonduras its tranquil. 13x-President
llogran hits been shot after a
A telegram ha-s been received at,
Panama saying that the directors
have signed a convention with a
syndicate headed by the vice-president
of tlio Chamber of Commerce
to finish the work on the canal.
President Van Home of tho Cana
dian Pacific railway makes light of
the proliihiton toll imposed in re
taliation by I he L'nited States on the
Sault Ste. 1 Marie canal. Ho says it
will cause inconvenience rather than
damage, as the company can handle
its freight on its all-rail route,
Camilla wauls to annex Newfound
land. A new movement to that end
is facilitated by tho liberality 'with
which Canada responded to the call
for relief to tho sull'orors by the St.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIK Al BTlsAMSUll'
Ji XJ S T 1 JL J-. I .A.
WILL l.LAVJ; iiy.NOJ.UI4T
roil I'll : Aiiuvjs I'our on
Wednesday, August 17lli,
.A. T NOON,
Tim undi r-uneil tire now iiivpsived tu
Issue Through 'I'lckuto fiom thii- I'tty to all
points in tin- I'nitotl Btatmi.
For further particulars regarding 1'iuight
or l'.iwiige apply p
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.-,
By Jan. IT. Mor-giui.
AircyriON sale op
Qu THURSDAY, AtHJ. Mfc,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tin SalrsiNioin, Queen Slrct, 1 will m-H
nl Public Auction
Caurnx, Ciee Cloth,
.llnrnipM1 ,V .Mailras Curtains
Ylctoila Lawn, Bishop Lawn,
NA.INrUH.lK, VAC. IVI'0.,
fgT- All to he Hold Willioul IteMjrVO,
ami at ilie sunn' time
Itok Mm fi Clink
cunts, r.Asv ouaiub,
r.ic, Kir., i:u, i:iu..
By Iitnyis J. X.ovoy.
AUCTION RALE OF
J'"' 1 3ST El
Jewelry & Store Fixtures
I inn illstilli'lcil by Mis. K. I!:icIk'Ioi tu
sell lit Public Aiii'tioii. lit llic stuio oc-
riliioil bv .1. Hub.i"li, Mrlnrniv "s
ituililiiiK, Knit htrirt,
Osi Saturday Afternoon,
August 13th, at S o'clock,
Tlio wboli- of tbe Stock 'if Jewelry and
KKturcs, consisting of
Jeweler's Tools and Machinery I
DinnionilH, Pearls anil Kuney Kings,
llnicelets, Ladies' anil Uent's Wnrcb
Clinins, Collar ltiitlons,Slee' Heltons,
Unities' ami Uent's llicast Tins,
.Mourning Jewel ry, hilvor Wine,
Toilet sets, Native Jewelry,
one J.encli, tfliow l uses,
Counters, l'.ie.. Hie., Etc.
One Hall's Double Door Fireproof Safe 1
S&- TKltJIH USH!
l!l.'-lt ' ''AtfOTlO.N'HlClt.
Xo Let or I.caso.
rpWD NICELY Klfll
X iiisbod liooin.s, cen
trtillv loeiiteil. Imjiiiro at
Hulmuh Ullii'O. ;)t3-U'
IA Coltngu nt Mukliti,
near llererunia street car.
Jtimt ?!. Annly tills olllee.
DUVAL PISKMISKS, III
I'ei'etimia tttruut, 011
liosilo Koit Ft i cot t'lUIlcll.
Apply 10 i;. i. IjI 1.1.1 1'.,
U TIioo. II. J),ivii'iiV Co
COTTAGES TO LET.
r I ' W l i I , I'M I A 1 1 I'j S A".l '
.1 centrally locatcil, con- jS'f'if"i
mining uvo iiuiiiouius, pur- jvj rjjt-ji
lor. iliniiiK-iooin, bulb ami StJi-ixjJjc,
liantiv. If (jut $1.1. Kniiiirc at this oilice.
one of tlio Jlni'st view
llnet views in Honolulu. Apply
077-tf) .1. M. VIVAH.
A NICK OOTTAUK OX t y-s-s
Iteretimia htrcel, near &f."rfrZ,ii:
Piikoi Htreut, eontainint,' K!jiiltfSL
I'niior, 2 lSclrooms, Ilaib- k&iajsg:
loom, Diningiooiii, Pantry anil Kltcliun,
fcjervnni's loom, Cniringu Jlonsu, fctable.otc.
Tr.inicar pass every -O miniitoi. Apply at
oillce of this paper, I iS-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
rpilAT JIANDSO.M 15 tyi-
I now resilience, on Khnt ra'lWSuLO
l now resilience, on jvnif; y, .JiljL:
licet now occiijileil by tlio AS 1 1 (rViTSH,
inler.-iigiieil, iiitlier urn- fliiiiW-SirsSH-
islieil or iinfurnislieil; cunlaiiiM ilimlilu par
lors dining mom, three. beiliMniiiM ami
K'wlin! rooiii; llrsl-class kiicbun anil pan
try, u'lirilrohui built in; hot ami cold water
tlirougboiit, stationary wiishtiuiulh ami
overy niodei'iieoineiiience; m ahles ami eui'
riago house. l'os.sussiiii given immediately,
lN,-il JOHN K. IIOWI.ICII.
HOUSE TO LET
I the QiicciiV
lacing ou Punchbowl sheet,
r,....,i..lw! Il....tt,. ...!..l.t.,,r
to rent tho house can liuicbitso the iMiini
uue if desired. The I'Sirnitiue will bo sold
at Public Auction if not disnofed of by
Aug. !, istt-', 1 'urnit uru cuusisls of 11.
V. lledroom riets, I 1'urlurriut, (I pieces; .1
II. W. Uiniug Chairs. 1 .Maibleloo ('enter
MllllirHKI, , .ll.l Itl" l ,1h .l n
Tiibln, 1 I.iuingc, ,1 Dining-room Table, I
Htovonnd KUturtis, ltefiiorntor, Mosiuilo
Netu, Parlor Uuups, oil Paintings, bpriug
Mtiltiasst'.-miul l 'iih ts, etc.,eic Inipiireof
ltlj-lv III Nuiliiuii bireet.
ELECTION of OEriOEH3.
A T TJ 1 1: A N N V. L M Him Ml OV TJ IK
V Htueliholilei'.s of the. Iluniipui Si(j;ir
Coinpany Jiuld till day, tho following
Ulllt'iira wci'ii eloutqd for the ennurng yean
Picidi'iit , .. . Tom tMoy,
TryiiMiruf . , , .ijleo, 11. lioboiUon,
Heurotaty .. A. (', Uovublii,
Auditor F. WiuiiluiiiKUii.
( .1. O. Cmiur
(Win. il. Ihiisli,
A. 0. I.OVKKIK,
Skmmiiiry Uunojini Wuiatr Ov.
JJoiipJulH. Aug- HI, lSffi.'. lua-lm
lI'Aw yon u'uitt a J'ti) trull linUirjtfd
mil W ihug Itm-, 'Jel lvlf Wm tih
uj0 Smmifax, .'flm&jw'j'jit hwH
Tjr.w jiousi: or vv. l m- --
f viimmiu mi AT turn siiiM Iv ' ' "&." S
stieet, willi 'llntliroijiii, pat- gl! W,i
cut YV. ('-.. etc. CoiiiiimiiiN.st!iJai
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaira St., Ground Floor,
Largo Assortment of New
and Otlier Fine "Ware.
Kr&w '3f2ugs a.iica. Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
H &-K K 3 B R ,
r. .re.." !k. y .:(..
Cummins' Block., Port, Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
GENER A L M
illiima Bhwnifllrfcpv lilsaeswiarp
wfcAia&taVfaq ? J J L3.VJ J Jf
Sfir PICTURE Ji-JiAMJNG
Pacific Hardware Oo.? Ltd'.
Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a
For Ladies, Gentlemen,
Fast' Color and
JL.T& tlxe Best IMIa.d.3-
Temple of Fashion
Will Receive by the "Australia"
A 1 .AUG 12 ASS01'JM RNT OF
jjry fi Fa
KTe-VsT Goods ! 3STew C3-oocis !
poxiiKi: i)iiAPi:uii:s-poirm-:itK8-i'iNK.u'i'u: tisbuk-sattkkxs
W1HT10 llUKKSi (lOOl)rf IX OHKOKS AXl) BTilll'KS.
JAPANKSi: COltWCl) OUKl'K,
Ladies', CUildrens', and Infants' Wear
JN liltKAT VAUICTY AT LOW l'ltlOKS,
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bsttliiiis' Suits in Cotton stnei Wool
J'ujt l.ADIKS, (jKN'TM, AND Ollli.DUK.V.
O-A-XiT., JI&ID SEE OXJK. 2X&W GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F1. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Benmore.
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