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Foroign Ofllco Notice.
Koiir.uiN Omi'i:, I
HoNiiuir.it, Aug. HI, WY2. i
This tiny hnil nudicnee ot tin? Queen:
Ills Kxeelleney James Hny Wodohome,
lute Her llrltanule Majesty's (.'oinuilMsloner
ami Con-ml-Gcncral, to pre-cut his ureden-
tints as Her llrltaiuilu Majesty's Minister
His Kxeelleney Hon. Samuel Parker,
Her Majesty's MlnNter of Foreign Adair,
presented to Her Majesty the ljueen, His
Kxeelleney . I. H. Vodehoue, whose letter
of credence was as follows:
"Victoria, liy the Hraeo ot Uod, of the
United Kingdom uf (Ircut Hritain and Ire
land, Queen, Defender of the Faith, Km
nress of India, etc., etc., etc., to Her
Mnjesty Lllliioknlaui, Queen of the Hii-
wnliau Islands, cndcth fliectlng: Our
Hood Friend: Having notliing more at
heart than to cultivate and improve the
friendship and good understanding which
jOgMHHMhftpl'ily subsist between Great ltrltaln and
BPTlio Hawaiian Islands; and having the
fullest confidence In the fidelity and pru
dence and other good qualities of Uur
trusty and well-beloved .lames Hay Wode
hoUM), a retired Major in Our Army, who
hns for many years resided at Honolulu in
the clmracter of Our Commissioner and
Consul-General, We have thought lit to
accredit him to Your Majesty in the char
acter of Our Minister Resident.
"We do not doubt that Major Wodehou-e
will continue to merit Your approbation
and good will in this higher capacity, by a
strict observance of the instructions which
he has received from Us, to renew to You
J" the assurance of Our constant Friendship,
and of the sincere desire which We enter
tain to preserve and advance on all occa
sions the interests, and happiness of both
nations, and so We recommend You to the
Protection of the Almighty.
"Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle,
the 1st day of July, in the year of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and ninety
two, and in the lifry-sixth year of Our
" Your Good Friend,
"VI0T01MA, K. I.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby untitled
that, owing to the drouth and the scarcity
of water In the Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purpose are from 7 to 8 o'clock . m.,
and 6 to (I o'clock v. m., until further notice,
JOHN C. WH1TK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
(). N. St'KNcmi,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Aug. fi, 1)
Chango of Licensed Hack Stand.
lly virtue of the authority vested In me
by "An Act to ltcguhito the Carrying ot
l'asengeis and Fteight, and Letting to
Hire of Carriages Wagons Carts, Drays
and other Vehicles in the District of Hono
lulu, 1 do hereby give notice of the follow
ing change of Hack Stand known as No. fi.
No. d From tumikti side of Hotel street,
corner of Union street to east stdo of Union
street mauka ot Hotel street.
C. X. SPKNCKll,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllco, August 111, IM12. Oil-lit
ROAD BOARD NOTICE.
All persons having I O U's oT the Hono
lulu lioad Itonnl are requested to present
the same for payment at the olllco of the
Itoad Supervisor, Kapualwa Building, on
MONDAY NKNT, Sept. fitli, at 12 o'clock-
noon. W. H.CUMM1NGS,
rli!-'.'t lload Supervisor.
Fill DAY, the 2d day of September,
being the Anniversary of the Rirth of Her
Majesty the Queen, will bo observed as a
National Holiday, and all Government
Otllees throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
0. N. SPKNCKll,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllec, Aug. 2,5, Is!).'.
Ml!. DAVID NAONK has this day been
appointed a Member of the lload Hoard
for the Taxation District of Koolauloa,
Oahu, for the unexpired term made vacant
hv the resignation of Rev. S, Kapu.
C. N. SPKNCKll,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Aug. IB, 1M COSl-Ut
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
In presenting these credentials, Major
"Maoam: I have the honor to deliver a
letter from Her Majesty Queen Victoria,
accrediting mo to Your Majesty in the
character of Her Minister Itesident. i
"I trust that in this higher capacity 1
shall continue to merit the approbation
and good will which Your Majesty has
shown me since Your accession to the
Throne, which were accorded to me by
Your Hoyul Hrother, the late King Kala-
knun, nnd which have so much facilitated
the discharge of the important duties con
fided to me.
"it is hardly necessary for me to assure
Your Majesty of the friendly feelings
entertained by my Sovereign for this coun
try, and of the lively interest which Her
Majesty, like Her Royal Predecessors, has
always evinced in the welfare and indepen
dence of the Hawaiian Kingdom."
Her Majesty was pleased in reply to ox
press Her congratulations to Major Wode
house upon his well-deserved promotion,
after so many years of active service in the
interests of his country, and the promotion
of friendly feelings between Hawaii and
Kngland. His advancement was most
gratifying to Her and to Her Government
and was regarded as another proof of Great
llritain's unalterable friendship towards
Her Majesty was attended on this occa
sion by His Kxcellency Hon. Samuel Par
ker, Minister of Foreign Allaire; Major
the Hon. J. W. Robertson, Chamberlain of
the Household, and Mrs. C. 1$. Wilson,
Lady-in-Wniting. 512 lt-Htl It
J'ledtjtd In neither Sect nor Party,
lint Kstahlished for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1892.
VISITORS NOT LIABLE.
Through this courtesy of His Ex
cellency the United States' Minister,
Mr. Stevens, the Departinont of
Foreign Affairs litis received from
the Departinont of State at Wash
ington, ii notification of the passage
by Congress of llio following Act
which ma- bo of interest to Hawaiian
exhibitors at the World's Columbian
"Be it enacted by tho Senate and
House of Representatives of tho
United Stales of America in Con
gress assembled, That no citizen of
any other country shall bo hold
liable for tho infringement of any
patent granted by the United
States, or of any trade-mark or label
registered in tho United States,
whore tho act complained of is or
shall 1)0 performed in connection
with the exhibition of any article or
thing at tho World's Columbian
Exposition at Chicago."
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be 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 be
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of Ii Ked lights and a
White light as in ":"' "i:u ,
tho diagram the red I
lights being about 3 I
feet upart, with the wiiitb i
whito light in tho j ,
center. j I1EI,
All steamers cross- i
ing tho liar will stop "
ut a safe distance from tho Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from tho Dredger when tho pussago is clear
uud they can proceed.
The Tug will bo on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
0. N. SPKNCKll,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March t), 1W)2.
whothor wo maintain a nominal
indopondonco, or hecomo politically
incorporated with tho Union. How
incalculably important is it then for
us to maintain our past high charac
ter, and continue to be hold in honor
by that nation. Are wo to bo dealt
with as honored equals, or as a tribo
of blacklegs and convicts? Purely
as a business matter, what kindly
consideration can Hawaii expect in
Reciprocity or l'olitical treaty
making with a country which wo
shall have so grossly insulted by
giving harbor to their most hated
abomination, tho lottery?
Anyone who is familiar with re
cent movements of public sentiment
in America knows! that there is no
public organization in that country,
so detested, so scorned, so outcast as
evil, so tho object of tho concordant
abominating of men of all classes
and all political parlies, as tho
Louisiana Lottery. Tho fiorco and
protracted struggle by which its
octopus grip on tho State was torn
away has intensified that universal
hate, and contempt. Thissontimont
is frosh and hot in the public mind.
If Hawaii wore to search for tho one
means whereby of all others to draw
down upon herself tho scorn and de
spite of the whole. United Slates,
that means would bo to sot up hero
tho lottery organization which t hoy
have spowed out with such convul
After such a deed wo need not
talk of taking a 113 exhibit to Chi
cago! Tho people would shun Ha
waii's exhibit as a nest of leprosy.
Nay, tho Directors of tho Exhibition
would cancel thoir engagements to
givo us room. Hawaii would indeed
have made an exhibit of its viloness
to the whole American people that
would render any other exhibit
But tho very supposition of our
doing this seoms incredible. If it is
done, it will bo done by tho vote of
tho native members, purchased by
onormous bribes. I think I know
something of Hawaiians. While of
ten subject to weak impulses, there
aro no people in the world more
susceptible to noble and generous
motives. Thoy aro also patriotic
and jealous of tho honor and credit
of their race. 1 feel confident that
tho great majority of these men aro
going to rise to tho occasion, and
spurn tho gilded lure. Hawaii is
going to give such an answer to this
vile combination of outcast sharpers
as will ring to her praise and honor
from end to end of tho Union. Now
for a Big Advertisement of the
S. E. Bishop.
P. S. I want to shake hands with
Hon. J. E. Bush, my old antagonist
on tho Lottery Bill of 188-J, but now
battling for tho right sido.
etc. Under theso circumstances why
did Captain Grcig count upon him
as ono of his crow? It is quite ovi
dont that tho Healani had no desire
to go into tho race at all and count
ed on Major Holt as one of their
crow as a loophole to "squeal"
Tho Hoalanis "kiddish" action in
this matter is traditional of their
whole past in tho aquatic world. A
year ago thoy made asses of thorn
selves by sending an impromptu
crew of small urchins to meet the
senior Myrtle crow in a race that had
been formally arranged. On May
21th last they forfeited a deposit of
fifty dollars to the Myrtles which
was put up for the performance of a
match race. And so it goes. Tho
Hoalanis have made much at "boom
and bustle." but when "bono and
muscle" aro considered, they aro not
in it. Tho Myrtle Boat Club has
for years taken tho lead in rowing
races and propose to retain it, yet
aro ready to wrestle with all comers
for tho honor. Tho Myrtles, fur
ther, have novor boon known to dis
appoint tho public, while tho Hea
ltmi's life has boon" "full of disap
pointments." Good-bye, Hoalanis.
Hope 3'ou will have n nice time to
morrow and a soft snap with porno
venturesome green, untrained man-ot-warciow.
Hut look out, "there's
mail' a slip," etc. Myuti.i:.
There is a gentle
Dyspop8la. mau at Mnldcn-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that he has made up his
mimd concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
' ' I have used vour preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re-
1 neves me aimcuiiy. iuy win: 11 c
I nntif1ir corrc tnino w1irn T rmi tioinc
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO. .
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalnmianu St., Ground Floor,
Largo Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Her Majesty tlio Queen will I10M 1111 0111
clul ltece)tiou ut lolunl Falaee on FRI
DAY, the &l ol September, fioiu II o'eloek
a. m. to 12 o'clock noun.
TJ10 order of thu Presentation nt Court
for that day will bo an follows:
At 11 a. m. Tho Chaneellor of tho King
dom, Ilor Majesty's Ministers, tho Presi
dent of tho Legislative Assembly and the
Justices of the Supremo Court.
At 11:10 a. m. Tho Nobles unil Himrc
m'litntivos of the Legislative Assembly iiiul
tho members of the Privy Council of Htate.
At ll:l a. m. (loverniiient flllloials.
At 11:10 a. m. Captain (lilbert C. Wiltso
uml tho Otlkers of the U. S. S. lloiton.
At 11: IS a, ji. Tho Consular Corps.
At H:fi5 a. m. Tho Diplomatic Repre
sentatives accredited to tho Court of Ha
waii. Tho ladles will be presented to tho ljueen
immediately after each olllelal piotontu-'
"Full Dress" will bo tho dress to bo worn
011 this occasion,
J AM KB W. UOIIKIITBON,
Chamberlain of tho lloyal Household.
Joluul l'alace, August a, lfr!.
A Big Advertisement for Hawaii.
1 propose in t his lotlor to treat this
lotterj-s eheiuo on basis of a purely
business considerations. Tho busi
ness public aro well agreed that ono
of tho m 0.1 1 important things to bo
done is to advertise oursolvos as
widely a posaiblo in tho United
States, and as favorably as possible.
Well, it looks just as if wore on
the point of getting up a rousing
big advertisement ot ourselves, and
ono that will go all over tho United
Slates. Whether this advertisement
is going to pillory Hawaii before tho
whole Union as n community of
knaves and thieves, who aro ready to
sell ourselves for gold, and join in
with tho scoundrel lottery gang
whom thoy have just kicked out, to
go on lloecing thorn, or whothor wo
shall stand in tho high and honored
position which Hawaii's past record
has-made good, of stonily repelling
and scorning such proposals this
depends upon tho action which our
Legislature shall take during tho
next few days.
I think no ono will demur for an
instant at tho proposition that
America is tho nation by whom it is
abovo all necessary to us to bo hold
in tho highest esteem, morally,
socially, financially. Hawaii has
earned that esteem, and earned it
nobly. Nothing need provont our
continuing to hold it, Wo havo im
mensely profited by that high
esteem in tho past. But for tho
moral and social respect felt for us,
does any one suppose that wo should
havo been able to obtain that Treaty
of Kociprouity which paid us per
haps J 50 million dollars in all for
our sugars, and multiplied our taxa
ble wealth tonfold?
Our relations with tho United
States, as I neod not hero labor to
point out, aro necessarily to become
vastly more intimato in tho noar
futuro than thoy havo yet boon,
The Myrtle's Protest.
Tho article in last night's Bulle
tin under tho heading "Pearl Harbor
Regatta" makes a statement regard
ing tho Myrtle Boat Club which is
both misleading and unjust. Tho
statement contends that tho Myrtles
positively declined to row in tho
forenoon and thereby forced the
Hoalanis out of tho race, as thoy
(tho Hoalanis) would bo short a man
of thoir crow, his attendance being
required at tho Palaco in tho after
noon. This latter fact was communi
cated by Capl. Groigof tho Hoalanis
to Captain Lylo of tho Myrtles on
tho 29th, and ho after conferring
with tho Myrtio crow addressed a
note to Captain Groig of tho Hoa
lanis saying that tho Myrtlos prefer
red to row tho race at tho hour til
read)' sot and advertised. This was
considered a sufficient roply, as t ho
Hoalaui's communication upon tho
subject contained no imperative de
mand that the hour bo changed or
intimation that, if the hour remained
unchanged, tho race would bo off,
Tho wording of Captain Groig's
letter is thusly: "I would like to ask
if it would not bo bottor for us to
havo our nice in the forenoon instead
of tho afternoon, as 0110 of our crow
has to bo at tho Palaco in tho after
noon. Think over tho mat-
tor and soo 1110 in tho morning."
As abovo stated tho Myrtlos ex
pressed thoir preference of tho after
noon hour, one reason being that
Captain Lylo had a sail boat in the
socond class yacht race which would
require his attention during tho
forenoon. Nothing furthor tran
spired in this matter until it was
learned that the Hoalanis had de
clined to enter in tho Pearl Harbor
Regatta at all, but would havo oppo
sition aquatic sports in tho harbor
of Honolulu. This action is quite
transparent, as no doubt tho Hoa
lani crow will enjoy themselves vast
ly more with tho Myrtlos twolvo
miles away when they mau thoir
boats. Now a fow facts in this niat
tor will show that tho oxcuso that
their crow was short a man (who was
required at tho Palaco) was simply
invented as a "crawfish" measure.
Tho man referred to as roquirod at
tho Palaco in the afternoon is Major
J. D. Holt, who states now that ho
positively declined some tiino ago to
pull an oar in tho Healani boat, as
ho would bo roquirod at tho Palaco,
Boot Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Oo.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Men's Cropo shirts for SI during '
tho clearanco sale at Sachs' store.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic.' Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Men's gauze undershirts 5 for .?1
during the clearanco sale at Sachs'
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cuinbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tho program of races in Ifono
hdu harbor to-morrow forenoon ap
pears in this issue.
Tho Standard whito shirts, liiun-
dried, for $1 during thu clearance
sale at Sachs' store.
1. Dyer's furniture will bo sold at
his residence, by .las. P. Morgan, at
10 o'clock on Tuesday.
The Road Supervisor calls for the
Road Board's I O U's to be present
ed at the office at noon Monday.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at. their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7.'5 Beretania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, ot) and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and f0c. a .night; .?l
and $1.25 a week.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite the Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, t) to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings G to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 11)7 ; Mutual (582.
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY7sept. 6tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
At the ltesideneo of Ml!. J. DYKIl, Xuu-
111111 street (above the le-ddcnce of Mr. C.
Along), I will sell at l'liblie Auction tho
Entire Household Furniture
Comprising in part:
Fine Center A- Sofa lt"(,"'.
Oak Koeker. l'iano Stool, I'asteN,
Upliolstered Easy Chairs,
Large Oak Dining Table,
OnU Dining-iooin Cliuiri,
SOLID OAK SIDKllOAlll),
1 Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
Hair A Spiing MiiUniMw,
Iron Iledhtead it Mattra-.-es,
1!. V. Hureaii A Withstand,
CIIOCKKllY .t HLASSWAKU,
1 Standard Stove & Kitchen Utensils,
. Combination Kitchen Furnituie,
lee Clieit, Meal Safe,
(ianlen Tool-", Ho-e,
1 CUTUNDnit CAUKIAriK,
SI'KOIAL DISPLAY OK
ROYAL WORCESTER, GROWN DERBY,. WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Pino "Ware.
3STe"w Rugs a.xicl Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
PACIFIC MRBWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummlna1 Block., Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Mr. Lander's Recommondation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citi.on of Clarksburg, -Mo., anil
widely known in that State, says of
Ghaniborlain's Colic, Cliolora and
Diarrhoea Itumody: "J havo soon its
jrood results and oan recommend
it." For salo by all dealers. JSousou,
Smith & Co., Agents.
rpHK WKKKLy'jTuI.LKTIN'-L'S COl,.
JL iiiiuiH of Interesting Heading .Matter
Islands, If I; mailed to foreign eoilntries, !f,r.
Queen's Birthday I
SEPT. 2, 1892.
ft?- The Fnrnituie is all now,
been in ii'-e but a very short time.
fr- Promise" onen for
MONDAY. Sent, fith, from !) . M. till
REGATTA IN THE HARBOR
- I'MtOM -
9 A. M. to 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Under tho Ansniees of tho
HEALANI -: &:-l(AHJLANI
To Commence about 3 P. M.
KJO-YAUDS ltUNNINO RACK FOR
110Y8 under I ft (handieaiiped); open
1st l'ri.o Suit of Clothes, given by
Davies it Co.; 2d J'rizo I'air of Shoes,
given by The Man'f'g Shoe Co.; ."id l'rize
1 iloz. I'liotos, given by Severin .t Holster.
lon-YAllDS ItUNNINO RACK (handi
eaiiped), for children of members only.
1st l'riee tVatch Chain; I'd 1'rixu Ilnii
gle I'in; ild I'rize Srarf Tin; -1th Trine
POTATO RACK, Roys under 15, open for
1st Prize Suit of Clothes, given by M.
Goldberg: "Jd Priu Toilet Set, given by
Crockery, Slassware, Cutlery
8J- PICTURE FKAJLING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES J
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
ItllXNlNd RACK (handi
open for all (lirls under ir
PH.0ORAMME of KAOES:
Oaiikii Hi.iih.no Skvt
Spar Iluoy Course. Kieo for all,
L'n RACK Six Owinn Bi'ationahy Si:at
Hell Ituoy Course. Kreo for all.
y RACK Komi Oaiikii Si.iiunh Si:t
Bpar lluoy Course, Free for all,
1th HACK Kivk 1'Aimi.K Canoh Rmik.
First Can lluoy oil' Immigration Wharf.
5ru RAOK Swimmi.mi Hack.
Dm RACK Koi'iirmw Oaiikii Haiku; JLrn.
Hell Huoy Course. filiMt
17OR TDK RKTURN OP AN A.MHKH
I1 Cigarette Holder, lost 011 tho Wiilkikl
road, toward the Park, on Tnosdav last,
OM-lw J, W. .MidlltRi;.
When you want a Portrait Knhinjvd
call on Klntj llron., yet their Price hint,
and see Samples. Tliey ain't be beat I
- t ,. ' -
1st Prle-Clidd Hreast Pin; L'd Prize
Tiger Kye llraeelet: !id Prize Kan.
loo-YAitns icon and spoon rack
(handicapped); Hoys under 15.
Suit of Clothes, given bv Kgan
.v. ijiinii; I'd rrize Moiiei fiet,
llenson, Smith A- Co.; !id Prize Pocket
Knife, given by K. O. Hall A Son.
75-YAIIDS ICOO AND SPOON RACK,
(lirls under 15, children of members
1st Prlze-Oold Hreast l'lu; 1M Pri.e
Tiger Kye llraeelet; lid Piie Kan.
POTATO RACK, for fllils under 15, open
1st Prizo Silver llraeelet;
Tiger Kyo; lid I'rUo Fan.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd,
ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 2d,
OARS WILL HUN
Every 15 iMIiiruites
'Between Palama ami Walklki.
While Mountain, Kern
Automatic Ice Cream Freezers!
Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
Fioiu RIFLK RANdK (Puwau) for PA
LAMA: Krom Hill!) a. m, to H:3S i m.
From PALAMA for WAIKIKI; From
11:17 a, m. to 7:17 l m.
From PALAMA for HIKLK RANdK (Ha
waii) only: Until 0:17 r. m.
From WAIKIKI for PALAMA: From
10;17 a. m. to 8:17 i', m.
tW Hefoio and after these hours
Hourly as. iijsiial, i fll 1-yt
Temple of Fashion
COHNEU OF FOUT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"We Just Rooelvad
3STe"wr Dress Goods,
HiSLclies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH 8a OO,
USTew Goods ! IsTe'w (Goods !
PONOKK DHAPKRIKS-PORTIKRKS-PINKAPPLK TISSUK-BATTKKNS
WillTK DRKSS OOODB IN CHK01C8 AND STRIPES.
JAPANKSK COHDKD ORKPK.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (1RKAT VAR1KTY AT LOW PRICKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlxing Suits in. Cotton and Wool
FOR LADIKS, HUNTS, AND OIIILDRKN.
CALL .AJSTO SE3E OTJR. 3STEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under Hie Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St