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NOTICE TO MARINEltS.
During thu proco of Deepening tho
Channel nt the cntiance to Honolulu liar
hor tho Dredger will ho In operation night
Al night there will be u Danger Signal
placed on tin' forward derrick of Drctlgur,
about 30 feet nliovu mni luvel, which enli bo
seen by nil vccis approaching thu lmrhOr.
Tho Signal consists
of 3 lied lights and a i I
Whito liirtit ns in I UK"
tho diagram tlio rod
lights being about it
feet apart, with tin)
white light in tho
All steamers cross
fin' the lt;ir will slim
nt a safe dhdtineo from the Droilgor ami
give one blast of their whistle, whleh will
lie answered by a single blast tioni the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the parage is clear
uiul they can proceed.
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not other
wtse engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
C. X. Sl'UXCHU,
Minister of the Interior,
lnteiior Olllce, March l, 1M1-'.
Tenders for tlio Purchase of Hu
waiitm Govornmont Tren-
Ul'.l'AHTMKNT 01 KtMNCi:,
HoNOl.ui.tr, H. 1., Sept. 1, IS!)-'.
Under authority of the Act approved
August 30, ISO.!, the Minister of Finance
oilers at par Treasury Notes of the Ha
waiian Government for f.'jO.OOO, in dc
nations of not les than $500 or mote th
$5,000, payable one-half in four moutl
and the other half in eleven months from
tho first day of September, 1MJ. Thoe
Xotes will bear interest not exceeding IS
peieent per annum, payable beiiii-aiimuilly
in U. S. Gold Coin, and arc exempt from
Tenders for tho above will bo received at
tho Treasury up to the 20th day of Septem
ber, lb!)-', which tondeis slmll .state the
amount desired, and the interest which
will bo accepted by the person applying
H. A. W1DKMAXX,
Gltf-lOt Minister of Finance.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT
Cornor of Punchbowl Street and
Printer's Lane, Honolulu, Ouhu.
On THURSDAY, Oct. 0, IS!)., at 1-'
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will bo sold at I'ublic Auction
the Government Lot on tho south corner
of Punchbowl street and Printer's Lime,
Honolulu, O.ihu, containing an area of
l'J.'JU simaro feet, together with the
The Government reserves the right at
any time to cut through the upper part of
this Lot a road 50 feet wide for the purpoe
of extending a street from I'.ilaee Walk to
Alapai street without liability to claim for
damages from the owner or occupier of
said Lot, either for land taken or for the
removal of buildings or fences.
A map of tho Lot showing the strip re
served for road can bo scon at the Imd
Olllce, Interior Department.
Upxet price tfTiO.
c. x. si'Kxcnu,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Sept. 7, I-)!)-'. fil7-:it(
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lot on Queen Street
now occupied by the Hono
lulu Iron Works Co.
On THURSDAY, Oct. (i. 1!-', at l-
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will be sold the Lease of all
that Lot on tho mauka side of Queen street,
opposite the Old Custom House, having a
frontage of 112J4 foot, and a depth on the
Ewa side of Slijij feet, and on the Waikiki
Hido of iyt feet, now occupied by the
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Term Lea-o for Ton Years.
Upset price $,"ti0 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPF.NCKU,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, bopt. 7, 18!)J. 5l7-3t
SALE OF TWO LOTS
Of Government Land at Puaa, N.
On THURSDAY, Oct. (i, lb!ii, at 1:2
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Halo will bo sold at I'ublic Auction
Two Lots of Government Land at I'uau, hi
N. Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
I.ot 1 Containing an Area of 17
Acres, Upset price f.'K).
Lot !! Containing an Aiea of III (J-lo
Acres. Up-ot price $50.
(!. N. SI'lCNCIIUr
Miuistorof the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Kept. 7, I MIA MiWIt
BALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND
At Lanihau 2d, Kailua, N. Kona,
On THURSDAY, Oct. (I, K)i, at Vi
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alli
olani Halo wil. bo sold at I'ublic Auction
a piece of Government Kiila Laud, by sea
shore in tho village of Kailua, at Kona,
Hawaii, suitable for house site or small
pasture lot, containing an urea of I :i:i-luu
Up-et price $l.ri0.
0. X. Kl'KNUnU,
Minister of thu Interior.
Interior Olllce, Sept. 7, 1W)A .rl7-.'ll
SALE 0F A PIECE
Of Government Land, on Nuuanu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WKDXKHDAY, September II, lh!,
at Vi o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
Alliolaui Hale, will be sold at public auc
tion, a 1'iece of Government Laud, situate
on the southeast side of Xuiiauu Sticet,
above Second Uridge, and below J add
Street, containing an area of L'tS-iuc) of an
Acre, a little more or less.
"Upset price $.VJ0.
0. N, HI'BNCKU,
Minister of the Interior.
ur OJUci), Aug. 1C, lfc!-'. ll'g.'Jt
Holders of Water I'rlvllcges, or tlioo
paying Water Hates, aie hnrehy notiflcd
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government Uesirvolis,
tlio Hours for using water for Irriga
tion ptlrpocs nro fioin to S o'clock .. M.,
and 8 to (1 o'clock i M,, until further tiotico.
JOHN 0. W111TK,
Sttpt. Honolulu WntorWorks.
('. X. St't:.Nri:u,
Miutster of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. 1., Aug. fl, lSi.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents innukn of .Tudd street
nro rtMMiested to collect what water they
tnay require fur householil ptirpn.Hin hoforo
S oVlnelt v. M.
.UlllX C. W1UTK,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. il, 1MW. r.tfi-tf
Owing to the scaicity of water the Arte
sian Well at Walkiki will be turned on for
a few days. .RUIN C YVlllTK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept.!!, 1ML
I'lrilyeil lo vrillirr Sirt nnr forty,
But Hstablishrtl for tin' limollt of All.
T1LUWSDAY, SUIT. 8. 181)2.
Tho. Liberal is I ho name of a long
promised paper, which got out in a
sort of premature way yesterday.
Mr. D. L. Huntsman is English edi
tor, and Hon. I. V. Wilcox, Hawai
ian. Tho English editorial speaks
in an insulting way of tho Hawaiian
race. In tone the paper is exco.-sive-ly
egotistic and dopressingly melan
choly. It threatens an apparition
twice a week. The printing execut
ed, or rather murdered, next door is
execrable. Tho Advertiser gives the
bantling an enthusiastic welcome as
ono of It -) own species. It is, it is,
but it has been born too late for
this climate. Poor eivaehaw!
Precedent neither in England nor
in any of her colonics win .-e govern
ment follows the English model re
quires that the mover of a vote oT
want of confidence .should bo the
leader of the party, and consequently
tho Premier of the new Cabinet if
the vote carries. Asa rule noil her
tho actual mover nor seconder of
such a vote is oven called on to take
a seat in the Cabinet, being generally
selected from among tho junior
ini'inlioi's of tho parly. Sometimes,
indeed, when three parlies have boon
in oxistenco the new Ministry has
been formed entirely outside of the
party to which the mover of tho
motion on which tho Ministry wore
The new Directory of (lie King
dom of Hawaii, published b- K. M.
Husted of San Francisco, has been
received from the Hawaiian News
Company. It claims to give "tho
name, occupation, place of business
and residence of tho adult popula
tion of the entire Hawaiian King
dom; also, a complete classilied busi
ness register of all the islands, with
oilier valuable descriptive and statis
tical information." There aie I5S
pages of directory matter besides a
large number of interleaved ndw'r
tisoinents. Tho book is up to the
latest po.-siblo date so far as can bo
seen tit a curnory glance thiongh it.
This work every business and pio
fe.ssioual man will have on hand. It
is for sale by the Hawaiian News
The conduct of some members of
tho Legislature in porsirttontly lefus
in to support reasonable and
moderate propo.-als to form a Cabi
net : Booms to indicato that Ihoy de
sire nothing better than, to use the
words of one of then), "(o run I ho
Government against a stump." How
such men can reconcile their oaths
of allegiance to tho (jueon and Con
stitution of tho country with their
conduct and action passes belief,
If they desire annexation lot them
come out boldly and openly in favor
of it, and not adopt uch mean and
underhanded ways by which they,
while professing to help tho coun-
try, try to i secure (heir own ouds at
tho osiiunso of (ho ruin of oyorv
small husiui'ss man and nii'i'haiiio in
Thu morning hoilor pinto rilii'ol
has a spiloful and scurrilous rcfor
onco to tho Marshal hocaiiso tho
liolico infused to obey llio ordorn of
two special Cuhtoms ollicor.s, to nr
rcst a parcel of (Jhino.so who nro haid
to have been hinolsiiifj opium. If tho
polico worn to Icavo Ihuir hoatb to do
tho dirty work of ovory Tom, Dick
or Harry sporting a hadgo under his,
coat, they would deservo to ho dis
missed summarily from tho force.
1 ho two (JiiMoniK ollicor.s in (iiiostiou
vvoro acting, in tlio case mentioned,
direotly contrary to tho orders of
tho Colleotor-Ooiiornl, whioh aro
that tlioy aro not lo interfere in any
way with police dutie.s, ft takes, tlio
Advertiser to get banking for iln
snotjjtil gfini(i,s of dutragHon.
An tiitorviow had by tho Tnconin
Lodger with Mr. Ni ritian Logan,
foriuoiTy of this mid other nonolulu
linpors, in this isstio i-ontaiiis much
information in small i-otnpass n
garding tht) tiuaiifial Hiatus of tlie
Hawaiian HnucK Infovintilion of
tho sort in this intcrvitw is cah'uhit
id to bonulil (ho country abroad, as
oontnidi.sliiiguishod from I ho otisa
lional slttlV too often givon ou by
roltiniiiif isilors or touring losi
donls. .Mr. Logan lias boon in tho
oinploy of tho Hoard of Education
for sovoral yunrs. leaving two months
ago on ti visit for tho bouofil of his
honllh In his old homo in Xova Soo-
tia. llo won a uIioiioiiiimimI mu-coss
in building up an English school al
Xapoopoo, Hawaii, which incicacd
ill throo years under his hands from
having a baker' . dozen of pupils to
a roll of over 70 present daily, re
quiring an enlarged building and an
Tho Advertiser is still harping on
the petition oT tho police to tho
Queen and tho reply thereto. That
paper cannot deny that I ho Marshal's
commission conies from the Queen,
and that Her Majesty, while always
reigning under tho Constitution as
she promised on her accession, still
has considerable inlluenco in the
direction of affairs. While nobody
but the Advertiser and a band of
connivers at disturbance desiro a
change of Marshal, the Queen will
have the backing of the lovers of
law and order in using her inlluenco
for the ictontion of Marshal Wilson.
Hon. .Sam. Pua. an ox-revolutionist,
is the spokesman in the Legislature
of tho Marshal's enemies. Ho is the
stylo of statesman the Advertiser
loves lo cherish these days. What a
change from the morning that sheet
came out and clamored for tho sum
mary execution of Sam's leader and
the fieivo-t vengeance on tho heads
of the lebel chief's followers! The
Advertiser at that time took "small
potatoes" revenge on. this same Mr.
Pua, for his being one oT I ho follow
er of Mr. Wilcox, by summarily dis-
niisMiig him from employment as a
printer in its olllce. Truly, politics
especially of the Advert ism-kind
makes .strange bed-follows.
Ocean Steam llaco.
Xew York, August 11. Ono of the
liveliest ocean races of tho year
ended to-day oil' the Sandy Hook
lightship, between the Ounarder
Aurauia and the Guiou liner Alaska.
The Aurauia whisked pasl the red
hulk of the lightship at S:.'W a. in.,
with the old single-screw crack just
ono lninule astern.
The racers were in sight of each
other all tho way across, and there
was naturally lots of interest in tho
result of the race among tho passen
gers of sporting blood in the smok
ing rooms. Pools were made on both
vessels, and there wore many private
Tho Alaska led the Aurauia out
of Cork harbor by nearly an hour.
Tho Alaska had Fastnet abeam at
J:.'ll p. in. on August 7th. Tho
Aurauia was then lifti'-four minutes
astern. The Aurauia made a great
spurt during tho night and before
dawn on August 8th she had I ho
Alaska only a few miles oil' on her
Ueforo noon the Cunardor was
several mile.-, ahead of tho Guion
boat. The Aurauia kept tho lead
until Friday, when tho Alaska, by a
prodigal use of soft coal, rushed for
ward until she was nearly abeam on
the starboard hand.
The mighty engines throbbed for
supremacy on both boats. It was
ni and tuck all ihiy long with only
a few miles of sea between the sides
of the contest tint. s.
The Alaska drew ahead porhnps a
hundred yards Saturday afternoon.
Then more glow was added to tho
A mania furnaces and she regained
(ho lead. They seesawed for -lOO
miles until within sight of Firo isl
and. The Aurauia thou took tho
load and kepi it, only by a few
lengths, however, until she dashed
past the Sandy Hook lightship into
Tho Aurnnin's time was six days
fifteen hours and eight minutes, the
Alaska's was six days sixteen hours
and tlueo minutes, Tho Aurauia,
according to her log, covered a
cour.so of '21l.)'l knots, and the Alaska,
m'('orlill () 1,ur ,', covered 2717
kiioIb. J lus , shows that tho Alaska
tool; tho most northerly and shoil
Tho bout run of tho Alaska was
liiado Friday and Saturday, when
sho logged IIJ knots. On tho saino
days tho Aurauia trayoled 11!) knots.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean whito nitf.s.suitablo for liand
af,ro.s,ariMvantoil for mm at tho JJisliop
Jlonio and tliu Hoys' jfoino, Ltqiur
Sottloiuont, .Molokai. Iting up 'Jrfl
.Mutual tolophono, and -tlioy will bo
soul for; or loavo tho baino at tlio
ollico of tlio Jioard of Health, or at
J. J . WnturhoiisoH, Cjiioou streot.
In a London J'olico Court rocontly
Lady Doiiouglnnoro was lined SHK)
for failing to givo notice that her
daughter was hiilleriiig
fjver in a lodging-lioiibo and for
moving hor in a public conveyance.
Tho Golden Era.
(l"R THE Hl'MXTIJC
There's a golden day for Hawaii tiel,
And tho night is nearly gone,
When the sun will rle in eloitillcs kles,
If her chihlicu wail the dawn.
There nro worthier things than lottery
Or a share of stolen gold,
To reach our gates If the Kingdom wails
Till live more years aie told.
There Is no disgrace In a lowly place.
Suppose we ato poor, what then I
The nation that drops to policy-shops
Is a nation of kids, uol men.
The patilot hand in every land
Is tiro hand that is hard with toll;
And whatever befall, there Is biead for all
Who are willing to till tin1 soil,
Tliere's many a curse maj hurt us worse
Thau tliu passing frown of fate;
And the gods will ope the gates of bope
To the men who work and wait.
Sept. 7, 18!K.
Six Months for Thieving.
A native named Wiliamawas tried
in the Police Court this morning for
tho larceny of a pistol valued at.?."),
the property of Ah Sing, a China
man living at Niolopa, Nuuanu
Valley, on ,Iuly 2S)lh. Ah Sing stated
in evidence that on the date men
tioned, on returning homo ho missed
a watch and chain, a pistol, silk
handkerchief and a pair of pants.
No clue could ho got as to (ho thief
until the other day, when a young
native took tho identical watch to a
watchmaker's to bo repaired. The
young man slated il was given him
by Wiliama about two weeks ago to
bo lepaired, ho (Wiliama) saying he
would pay for the damages. Kaha
hawai testified to having seen the
defendant coining out of the houo
on tho dale mentioned. Wiliama, in
defense, denied over having tho pis
tol in his possession. Ho was gion
six months' imprisonment at hard
Big Elk Horns.
A Btii.i.riiN subscriber on t ho Coast
Mr. Witt ich of Livingston, Mon
tana, United Stales, claims lo have
the largest elk horns in the world.
They have 111 prongs, which spread
from tip to tip, G foot H inches. They
stretch back 15 feet I? inches. Tho
horn above tho head is '. inches
" We arc six in fara-
A Farmer at ily. We live in a
. place where we are
Edom, Texas. .ubject t0 violent
Says: Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine Gei man Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total iclief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
'one suffering with Lung Troubles is
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families H'here
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G G. GKKRN.Sulc Mau'fr.Woodbitry.NJ.
Oahu Railway Laoil Co.
rplIKItF, Wild. 1IK A SlT.CIAl, MKKT
.1. ing of the Stockholders of the Oahu
Hallway it Land Company held nt tho
Chamber of Conimeice, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, Sept. 12, 1892,
AT H O'CLOCK A. M.,
For the purpose of iiuthoriIiiK the Ismio of
a new form of Terminal Division Itonds, to
take tho place of mieh Terminal Division
Uouds as have aheadv been Issued.
V. (1. ArJIILl'.Y,
Honolulu, Sept. 8, lh!tt. fl7-:it
AfiPF.CIAb MHKTINO OF TIIK ST.
Amlrew's Chinch Assoelation will
be held in the Cathedral Schoolioom at
7:WI o'clock, on MONDAY KVIJN1NU,
the l-'th in-t., to consider Itcsolutlous hi
coiiileinnatlou of the iiropo-ed Lottery
Scheme. All member of the Association
are icipicstcil to attend and to biing their
AMKKTIN'ti OF THK STOI'ICHOLI).
ers of the Hawaiian Sugar Co. will
he held NKXT TUICSDAY, Sept. I.'lth, at
I; a. ji., al the olllce of (1. W. Mac-
farlano ,V: Co,
IN THi: YAIID OF
-1 tho undersigned, a
Calf il or 7 mouths old,
...I.I..I. n., ,.
have by jiroviug property Kx5jKSwS
ami paying expenses.
C. L. UYTCFKItBT,
G17-3t o, HI St. Louis College.
rpilK IIULLKTIN IS TIIK" LFADINd
X Dally Paper of tho Kingdom. Fifty
ecu i (j per luuiiin
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Sept. 13th,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M
At the Ho.-ldeiieoof MIL H. 1 HKIIHAIH),
I'unchbowl street, I will sell at
Large Upholstered Parlor Set,
CMinudeliers, Hanging Lamps,
Center it Sofa Hugs,
Curtains .V Poles, l'lctuies,
B.W! Marbletop Bedroom Set
Spring it Hair Mattrc"-cs,
Painted Bedroom Sets, Lounges,
alnglo Bedsteads, Chairs,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
It. V. RIDKIlOAItl), MKATHAKK,
1 Redwood Stove &; Utensils,
r.te., Etc., Klc, Etc.
ALSO A LOT OK -
FINE FERNS & PLANTS.
Household -:- Furniture
On Friday, Sept. 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the llesidencc or MP.S. PKDLAlt, So.
IK! Tort street, coiner of llerctauhoticet,
l will sell at I'ublic Auction, the Ihithc
Hoie-ehold r'tiruituio, comprising
1 New Wicker Parlor Set,
Kasv Chairs A. Koelers,
' Mack II. C. Lounge,
Marblctop Center Table,
Drawing Room Portiere,
1 Klegant Piano Stand Lamp,
Clipper Spring Matlrasses,
2 Fine B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
IS. V. Chellbniere, Mosquito Nets,
Veranda Chairs, Feins it Plants,
2 Ash Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Meat Safe, Ice Che-t, Hath Tub,
1 Automatic Sewing Machine,
New (lauleii Ho-e,
1 Parrot Stand, Etc., Etc.
Xa,s. F. Morgan,
Of Sale of Goods Distrained for Rent.
the Goods and Chattels of Thomas Onokea,
for rent in arrears of premises at the cor
ner of Punchbowl anil Ivinau streets, no
tice is herebv given that on SATUHD.VY,
the 21th of Sept., IS!).', at PJ o'clock noon,
at the Auction ltoom of Jas. I Moiuian,
Honolulu, will be sold for non-payment of
rent and costs of distraint and removal
the following articles:
1 Bowing Machine, '1 Small Tables, I
Small Round Table, .'! Chaiis, 1 liedstead,
1 Spring Mattress, '1 Sea Shells.
-.iiuiisr I'uiittiiiA uuBAi.vi.a,
Hv his attomoy A. O. Coriea.
To Let or Lease.
rpVO SICKLY FUlt
JL nished Rooms, cen
trallv located. Impure nt
ISui.i.in in Olllce. .'lolS-tf
TTVIJVAL Pl'KMlSi:S, .11
,treet, op- &2K.Z
ji chin-el,. jaiirtf;g&
no-die Fort sticet
Aonly to 11. I. L1LL1F.,
;is:-tf At Then. H. Davles A: Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTACiF.S TO
L Let -one on Merchant
street and one on Fort
street iiut to school house.
Apply to V. McOANDLKsjsj.
HOUSE TO LET.
A NKW AND YKItY
xV Convenient Cottage
to let on Ivinau sticet, all
imiiroveiiieiits. For niirti-
culars iiiiiiIv lo N. K. HACIIK.
filli-lw 11)1 Fort sticet.
lX!"i """ ' " JJixSTL- V
TIMH 1f.l1Cl 11.1 IIATl.'
xi rooms, on .Magazine MyrtiOilrL
street, with 1 Sat Ii room, pat- aj j i"ip taL
ent . 0., utit. Coiniumids 3itfSJjS
one of tho linest views in Honolulu. Apply
(177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
rplIF. COMMODIOUS 2
X Story Dwelling on
Punchbowl street, between
Ileretaula and King, occu
pied hv thu undersigned to whom apply
for paiilculars. V. S. LPCI'!. '
ANIOi: (IOTTAOK ON
Herotania street, near
Pilkoi street, containing
Pallor. 2 Ilcilrooins. llath-
room, Diiiiugioom, Pantry anil Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carnage House, Stable, etc.
Tiaincars pass every io minutes. Apply nt
olllce of tills paper. Ifts-tf
pHK CITY SIIOKINO SHOP HAS ItK
1 opeueil and is prepared lo do llrst
class wink us foimeilv.
A. It. ItOWAT,
.1. W. McDonald, Manager,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, lb!).'. rhl-lw
When you wuut a Portrait linhinjed
mil on Kitty Jiron., yet their Priee List,
aitl see Sftinjilcti. They vun't he bent!
PACIFIC HARDWARE C
I. A D. Wrought S
Salesroom on Eaahmnanu St., Ground Floor,
Largc Assortment of
Sl'KCIAL DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Oilier Pine "Ware.
&,3-lc1 O ar
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyorywave, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Temple of Fashion
COKN13H OF FOJtT AND HOTEL- STKI3BTP.
"Wo Jvist I3eaoivcl
2re-w Dress OoocLs,
Xjaciies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, IjLtest Style.
Also a Large Line oi Traveling Trunks and Valises.
3. EHRLIOH So OO-
ZSTew GrOpcLs ! ISTe-w Goods !
POXOKK DltAPFltlFS-POKTIKltKS-PINKAPPLlC T1BBUE-SATTKKNS
W1IITJJ Dlli:sS HOODS IN CHUCKS AND STltlPKS.
JAPAM'.SH COKDKD CKKPK.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (I1IFAT YAltlKTY AT LOW PltlCLS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliixig Sviits iii Oottoii and Wool
FOlt LADIHS, (in.NTrf, AND ClllLDItKX.
OjtVILjL .AJXro SEE OXJK. InTETAT goods,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark,
B. F. EHLEKS & CO., 99 Fort St.
teel Ranges !
VIES & CO.
New Goods, ex Benmore.
IB3 "ID 3D -3T'S
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
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