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BK BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening tlio
Olinnncl nt tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor tho Dredger ho In operation night
nml ilny. .
At night there will be n Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sen level, which can he
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Tho Signal constats
of 3 lied lights and a j
White, light ns In nr.i w.n
tho diagram tho red I
lights being about 3 j
feet apart, with tho i
white light in tho
AH steamers cross- I
ing the 13ar will stop
nt n safe distance from tho Dredger and
give one blast of tliolr whistle, which will
bo answered by n single blast froir '
Dredger, to bo followed by three bin
from the Dredger w hen tho passage isclcn
and they can proceed.
Tho Tug will boon hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in paw
ing the Dredger when necessary,
. o. x. svuscnii,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, March i), ls'JJ.
Tenders for Drugs and Medical
Sealed Tenders will bo received at the
Offlce of tho Hoard of Health until TUES
DAY, September 127, 18'JJ, at 1U o'clock
noon, for supplying Dings and Medical
Supplies to all Government District Phy
sicians, Hospitals and Dispenaiies under
control of tho Hoard of Health for the term
of one year from October 1, IS'U.
The Drugs and Medical bupplies must ho
up to the requirements of the Pharmaco
poeia of the United States of America, un
less otherwise ordered.
A list of tho Drugs and Medical Supplies
can be procured on application at the
Hoard of Health Ollice.
Parties ottering tenders must furnish the
very best quality only of the articles re
quired. Tho Hoard does not hind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
All bids should bo inniked, "Tender for
Drug and Medical Supplies."
President Hoaid of Health.
Tenders for the Purchase of Ha
waiian Government Trea
Dkpmitmint of Tin v:cr,
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 1, IK).'.
Under authority of the Act approved
August 30, ISO.!, tho Minister of Kinanee
offers at par Tieasnry Notes of the Ha
waiian Government for 0,000, in denomi
nations of not less than if',00 or moio than
$5,000, payable one-half in four months
and the other half in eleven months from
tho first day of September, lb'JJ. Tlie-e
Notes will hear interest not exceeding 0
percent por annum, paj able senu-annuallj
in U. S. Gold Coin, and are exempt from
Tenders for tho above w ill bo received at
tho Treasury up to the 20th day of Septem
ber, 1892, which tenders shall state the
amount desired, and the interest which
will be accepted by the peion upplying
II. A. WJDKMANX,
513-10t Minister of rinaneo.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
pajing Water Kates, arc hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of water in the Government Heservoirs,
the Hours for using water for irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock v. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further i "
JOHN 0. WHITi:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
O. N. Bpemjmi,
h. Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 180J.
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purpo-os before
8 o'clock A. i.
john c. wurrn,
Supt, Honolulu Wotcr Works.
Honolulu, bent. 0, 1802. S15-U
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
J'ledyed In neither Sect nor J'arty,
But Established for the Benefit of All,
FItlDAY, SEPT. 10, 1892.
Somebody said yesterday that
there wore twenty members of tho
Legislature in favor of annexation,
Ho meant in favor of selling tho
countrj' for a year or two of tho
United States sugar bounty. Still
his estimate of the number is prob
Numbers of native Havvaiians who
formerly worshipped K. W. Wilcox
woro hoard to say yostoiday evening
that ho was a Judas Iseariot and
they had no further uso for him,
The Liberal party has doposed Mr.
Wilcox from tho leadership and
elected Joseph Nawahi in his stead.
How in tho face of their oaths to
support tho present Constitution
and the section which it provides
for its amondmont, mombors can try
to engraft Homothing in it which is
clearly not there, in a way not con
templated by that Constitution,
viz., by a single vote in one session,
and not fool thomsolves perjured
is a puzzle to men of common souse,
Tho rcnl reason Avhj'tlto "Reform
party would not allow any oC their
niombois to accept seats in tho Cabi
net was, according to statements in
tho llono yesterday, that thoy in
sisted as a prior condition that either
Mr. W. O. Smith or Mr. V. L. Carter
should 1)0 Attorney-General. The
public eo the object in getting
absolute control of the police foice,
and can imagine what would be the
In the discussion in tho Iloti'o
jesterdny the fact was prominent Ij
brought out that the objection of
tho Opposition to the present Cabi
net was caused b Mr. Neumann's
let out ion as Attorney-lJcnoral. The
ground of this objection is doubt less
explained by the following ovtiael
fioin an nffieinl loiter fiom San
Francisco lecetved by last Austialia:
"Ashfotd is awaiting dcelopmcnts
at tho Islands. If his frirntt is ap
pointed Attotnoy-General he will be
all liglit and go back, but if Paul
Neumann gets the ollice Ashfoid
ays he will have to stay nvvaj."
Comment is needless.
Hop. Ashford stilted on Tues
day night, as if it were an uuheaid
of thing in British constitutional
practice, that Gladstone and Salis
bury would not think of sitting
in the same Cabinet. Twice has
Mr. Gladbtono sat in a coalition
Cabinet within tho memory of man,
and twice also Lord Beacons
tiold. Other Ijiitish statesmen hao
done tho jame thing within tho cen
tury, and it is no unusual thing in
England or her constitutionally go
oi ned colonies, when parties are
pretty o only divided, for tho mod
erate men of both parties to unite to
eairy on tho Government for the
common good. Tho most lecent
example of this is that of tho coali
tion of tho Consorvat i e and Libeial
Unionists undor Lord Salisbuiy.
Instances also are not wanting of
I'rimo Ministers totiring through an
adverse vote and returning with a
loeonstrueted Ministry to tho same
House, as witness Loul Melbourne's
hrst and second Ministry under
Queen Victoria. If members of the
Opposition hoio had tho real welfaie
of tho eountiy at heart thoy would
not seek to have tho whole control
of tho Go eminent and try to block
tho business of tho nation till they
obtain it, but they would hnvo ac
cepted Mr. Peterson's olfor of two or
oven three seats in the Cabinet in
tho spirit it was ofl'eicd, and united
with him and tho other nioiiibei.s of
tho House in facilitating tho pro
gress of tho community.
THE " PRINCIPLE."
Noble Thurston says that ho is
contending for the principle that in
tho formation of tho Cabinet the
nnijoiity of the Houses must bo con
sulted and no Cabinet foimod unless
agieed to by that majority. This is
a hitherto unheard-of constitutional
principle oithor in America or Eng
land, tho two countries from which
wo take our example. It must hao
ovolved from his own brain, like
Minerva springing in full panoply
from tho brain of ,Ioe, to enable
him as so often before to find an ex
pedient to restore or sustain his
fast diminishing following to tho
sweets of ollico and tho pleasure of
power. What a commentary on tho
absurdity of tho idea is tho fact that
in twelve short days tho majority at
his back has dwindled from .'51 to 21,
made up from no loss than three ad
mittedly distinct political groups.
Who can guarantee that if that
majority of 21 wore consulted on its
choico being appointed, it would not
vanish into a minority of 1(5. Up
holding tho rights of those JO to bo
not onl' consulted but todictatotho
formation of tho Cabinet, Mr. Thurs
ton calls by some strange and won
derful misapprehension of facts up
holding tho constitutional rights of
tho pooplo. Noblo Thurston has in
variably posed beforo successive
Legislatures as upholding by his
action, ideas and words tho lights of
tho whole nation, but both in lB'JO
and in 1802 tho majority of the
nation rojeeted both his ideas and
his party following. Wo venture to
prophesy that even if his ideas aie
carried out bj' this Legislatmo' the
pooplo will arise again in 1S9J and
show him once moio thai ho has
boon in orior as to what thoinajoiity
of tho people desiio as their lights
and privileges. It is indeed a pity
that Mr, Thuiston's own making of
a Constitution, undor which weaio
tit piesont, does not tdlow of an ap
peal being made at tho present time
directly to the people whom Mr.
Thurston professes to ropiesont, so
that ho might biing forward tangi
ble proof that it is really as he says.
Jfowouir, that provision existing in
tho old Constitution was struck out
ly Mr. Thurston and his associates
in 1887, no doubt for reasons which
seemed good to them at tho time.
Dr. MoLonnan has removed to Ma
lum street, opposite, tho Y. M. C, A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
LnU. Ollico hotus.'J to 32,2 to 1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Hell telephone 197 j Mutual (182.
tissif .ifc. is! f t irtfjh.to- .
Disclalmor by Mr. Smith.
lu tho Daily Britr-riv of last r oil
ing you ehnigo Mr. Thurstoi nml
mo with hning made a "inot das
tardly ami outrageous charge" on
tho Cabinet and tho Maishal, in
charging (lemi with having spirited
away or being pin to the dinp
pearance of tho Hon. P. V. Kanoa,
dining the debate on the resolution
of want of confidence. Your own
loport of the pioeooding" published
in tho same paper slates what I did
say, namely, I "do not say Hint the
Cabinet weie aware of the action."
I stilled that the Marshal had taken
him and that he was then in the Pa
lace. Upon the Attorney Geneial
denying this, I slated th.'it 1 had it
upon tollable itil'ori lalion.
You fuither state that "notwith
standing the absolute denial of (ho
Attorney-General on behalf of him
self, or ain one acting on theii be
half, oT any knowledge its to the
wheteabouls of the missing member,
or of any action on their part lend
ing to his absence, these gentlemen
leitetated their foul aspersions and
vile imaginings in cutler to make po
litical capital against their oppon
ents, and create a feeling that they
weie capable of any hickory."
This statement is false, so far as
Mr. Thurston and I ate concerned.
Mr. 1?. W. Wilcox became very much
excited oet what appealed to us all
to be it gtoal wioug. and went much
fuither than J did. The whole mat
ter hits been lefoiiod to a eomtnUteo
for investigation, and I will not com
ment fuither upon the matter at
piosent. William O. S.Miru.
Sept. 1(1, 1S.)2.
In 1SS7 at the gieat mass meeting
Mr. Thuislon said: "A constitution
is :t eonhaet and if the King and
tho people both agi oo to change it,
thete is no violation of constitu
tional lights and no revolution."
To-day ho argues that if only a maj
oiity (got together by accident and
holding together by (ho slimmest of
ties, that of common enmity to tho
same poisons and giadually dwin
dling itt thitt) agiees to anything it
must be engiitfted in tho Constitu
tion as it milestone back of which no
rotieat can bo made, and that "thoio
is no violation of constitutional
rights and no levolution." Mr.
Thur-tou hits prftgiossod in h ideas
as to how fow people aio nece.iry
to make a change in the Constitu
tion without violation of lights, but
it will bo noticed that Mr. Thtiiston
is always amongst those who want
tho change to fuither their ends.
J?oof Ik'oi on di aught at Benson,
Smith ,t (Jo.'s.
C. J". McCuithj has lots on Liliha
sticet foi salo.
A iniddle-aje'l I'oitiiguoso cook
dosiios a situation as such.
After shitvijig uo Cucttiiibor SI. in
Tonic. Benson. Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn lelioved at once by Ctt
eumbiM Tonic. Benson, Sntit h & Co.,
x n inspectors' notice for tho litst
precinct of tho fifth distiict will bo
An inspeetois' notice to eligible
votoift in (ho first ptecincl of the
second distiict appears to-day.
S. Kuboy & Co., cigar and cigar
ette nianufactuiois, have lemoved to
No. 1150 Foit sticet, opposite the
Mechanics' Homo, 5.) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. it night; ?!
and SI. 25 a week.
Thostockholdeisof tho IliloStigar
Co. will hold their annual meeting
at tho ollico of AY. G. Irwin As Co. on
Monday at 10 o'clock.
Piof. K, Lombard, A.B., will io
suino giving instruction in piivato
or in classes, Fieuch, Spanish and
Lilt in. Kosidonco, Alakea stieot,
near tho Y. M. C, A.
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Tmo Flour, I cups cocoa
nut milk, I tablespoonfuls sugar,
giatolino tho meat of 2 cocoanuts
and mi all together well, put in a
deep dish well btttteied and bake
1 hour in a moderate oven; eaten
warm oi cold it is excellent and can
not bo beat.
Mr. Lander's Rocommendntion.
Mr. J, A. Lander, a pio nont
cition of Claiksburg, Mt and
widely known in that State, says of
Chiiuibei Iain's Colic. Choleia and
Diarrhoea Womedv: ''lhavo soon its
good results and can lecommond I
it." J'or sitle by iiUtleiiloih. JJonsou,
Smith it Co,, Agents.
Old Rngs Wanted.
Clean white rags,suitabh for band
iigcs,aio want od fen use itt the Bishop
Ilotno and the iJoyu' Jlome, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. liing up -rfl
Mutual telojihono, and thoy will bo
sent for; or loavo the same at tho
ollico of tho iinaid of llualthj or at
J, T, Watorhouso's, Qtieon stieet,
i.itvir nJt if.
Mrs. Sarnli M. Ulnck of Seneca,
Mo,, during the past two years has
been nffected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomnch and Womb, and
.vritcs: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at nil and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left bide. In the
morning when I got tip I would
have n flow of mucus in t tc mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became shoit, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heat t. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
tin n cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the lime I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GKnCX, Sole Man'fr.Wootlbitry.N.J.
rpnr, axntai. iii:i:riN or tiiu
.L Moekholdeisof the Mutual Telephone
Co. will In- held on WUDNKSDAY, Sept.
Uslh.nt lUo'eloid. A. M., nt the. Company's
litiiiiiiin,'. o. o. nniiomt,
rpill ANNUAL MINTING OF TUT.
X StueUiuIdeis of tlio lllto Sugar Co.
will lie held nt tlio ollice of Win. 0. Iiwiu
,V. Co, (b'd), on MONDAY, Pent, 1Mb, at
lOo'eloi k . M
W. M. OlFl'AUJ),
ff.'l-Jt Secretary II. S. Co.
2d District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
ion Tin; pituposi: or ohuikt-
Lists of s.iiil Distiu't liv .uldiiii' now names
tlieiotu in stnkiiii; oil the names id such
voters as have died, rumored or otherwise
lieiome dKcii ililicd, t he Inspeetois of said
1'iei met slull hold iiuetini;s on the fol
bATUliDAY, Sept. 21, s')2, f torn 3 un
til t) i'. m;
TUESDAY, sel,t, 27, ls')2, fiom I until
(J v. M.
At llitilillngnt enhance to Lower I!eer
voii Grounds, uuiinu Avenue.
Uv oidei of lio.ud of Inspeetois.
.1A&. a. si'i:xoint,
5th District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rpni: itoAitn or i.NbPi:cToiifci ok
Jl Llection for the. 1th Didtiict, 1st l'ie-cini-i,
mil hold public muitings for the
inn roso uf con ecting tin Lketoral ltoll oi
Voting List In adding now mimes thciito
or stiiking oil' the names of such voteis as
li'tvt died, lemoved oi othei wise become
disqualified, at the Tr.ttmvnys Oo.'s liuild
ing, it K'lp damn, ns follows:
On TJIU1SSDAY, Sept. 22, 1S')2, from 7
to !) v. II.
On SATUltDAY, fcept. '21, 1S')2, fiom 1
tO (i I. M.
OnTULSDAY, Sept. L'7, !S')2, from 7 to
II i M.
Ifneicsai) adjourned meeting!) will he
belli, of whiili due notue will be givi u at
the stated meetings.
M. I!. COLUUItX.
t lianman fith Distuet, 1st 1'ieunct.
Honolulu, bept. 10, 1S')2. 0'2l-10t
4tli District of Honolulu, 1st and 2ti
7oit Tin: I'UiiPosi: ov counr.cT-
Jl ing the Lleiloial llolls oi Voting
Lists of said District bv adding new nanios
lliciuto or striking oil tho names of siuh
voteis as lmo died, lemoved oi otherwise
becomi disciunlilii d, tho I impci tors of said
I'lecincts shnll hold meetings fiom 7:'M
i: Mt on the following iln.vs:
TU1DAY, Sojit 20," ls')2, nt tho liell
Tow oi, Cnioii stieit;
TIIUlthDAY, Sipt. 22, 1S02, nt r.ngine
Ilou-e t bin.i Co. So. A, Mnunuke.i stuet:
MONDAY, Sept. Lll, IWI2, nt tho Hell
Towel, Union Htioit;
W'DDNKSDA Y, Sept. as, 18')2, nt Ungine
Ilouso Clilnn Cifc, No. n, Mnunnkoa stuet.
Adjouined meetings nuiy bo bold if
deemed neie-sar) bv tlio Inspeetois.
l'ei mdei of the Inspei tola.
rpin: uxi)Kiisit!xi;i) oivi:sno-
L tiio that bo has bion ujipointul
Tiusleoof all of the Lstnte of L)dln K.
Kuiniik.ilii and bnmuol ICnmnknln, her
husband, by deid of tiust dated this
day. All porsoiiH iudehtoil to them
ate notilkd to iniikii iinuiedlnto pay
ment to me,
With 11. 0. Hall A- Son,
Honolulu, bept. 10, lb!).'. filll-lw
pin: uxDiuisifixKi) ni:iti;iiY
.1 gives notlui tlint nil debts cou
ttaetul after this ditto b) either L)dln
K, Knmnkiiin or Sam Knniiiltnia, hei
liubbnnd, will not bo paid without his
wiltten order, nud ieipiosts that nil lie
counts ngnliist them ho piesontod to
lIn promptly at tho end of encli
Tiitftcn of the Kstnto of L)din K.
Knimikai.i nud b. Knuiakiiia.
Honolulu, bept. 11, 1b'l2. ,r22-lvv
-on-'Kll l'Olt BALK-
Best Refined Alcohol!
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
hr 'mi', iivri. or
Sl.T'S Per a-a-llon
I'JjJ INOLUDINOCONTAINHK. 1m
By Jns. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24th,
A'l 12 O'CLOCK NO0X,
At nt) Salesroom, 1 will soil nt Piddle
Lease of tlic Seaside Residence
Of II. It.
The Le'ise lins Ri Years to inn with n
Ten Year extension, nt nn nniiunl runlitl of
Y.'.W. There is n
Large Dwelling House,
A Conveniint Cottage, Until Houses, etc.,
on the 1'iopurt).
This oll'urs nn tuiusunl oppoitunitv to
nlitnlnti fine Seaside Kesideneo with Fine
llcnch nail Unexcelled ltnthiug.
3F- For fuither partienlais In lcgnut
to hoitndaties, etc., apply to
Jas, IT1, nyr.orga.xi,
nji-ioL auction i:i:n.
Of Sale of Goods Distrained for Rent.
liming hmetofore tnken intil dlstiained
tlio tluods nml Chattels of Thonius Onoken,
foi rent in arrears of premi-es ut thuior
nei of I'uiiuhhowl and Kinau sheets, no
tice is lieieliv given that on KATUKDAY,
the liltli of Sept., 1')2, nt l'2 o'clock noon,
ntthe Atiition Koom of .Ts. F. ilowiVN,
Honolulu, will ho sold for non-payment of
lent and costs of distiaint nml lemoval
the following articles:
I Sewing Machine, '2 Small Tallies, 1
Stnnll Itound Table, .! Chairs, 1 lSedstcad,
1 Slit hii' Matticss, '2 Sea Shells.
August ri:in:iKA goxsalvks,
,r)17-l")t 1!) hisnttoinc) A. G. Conea.
POSTPONED MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
rpiIIIMOUTOAGr.lVSSALr. OF KllAL
X I'.stiitp, included in tne moitg.ige
made In Lydi'i Iviimaknin mid Samuel
ICnm.ikiuii tii A. .1. Cnitwiight, has been
postponed to SATUltDAY, Sopt. 17th, at
12 o'clock noon, nt nn Silcsroom.
.IAS. 1 MOUGAX,
Cn it. llnovvs, Attoinev. Auetioneei.
lli.ii. 111. TKLr.PHONUS Mutiivi.I'J.
sjH.7.1 l'ei Cold
1.1 1.00 I'er Coid
I Foot Lengths
Siwed and Split
fl."! 00 Per Coid .. I I'oot Lengths
f 10 r0 Per Cord . . Sawed
f 17.00 Per Coid . Sawed and Split
&St Deliveied to mi) ji ul of Honolulu
t in I .
IIUSTAOE & CO.
X'. I!. Wo guaiantee our Wood to bo
sound and free fiom woims. 5is-lw
Armory Building, - Beretania St.
IDsL-y Ss Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
1SY Till: DAY OH IlOUJt.
Public Skating: Monday nml Sntuiday
ovenings, fiom 7;.i0 to 10. Kridny ovening
for Ladies and their llseoi ts only.' Hie) ele
Lessons: Tuesday, WedncMhiy'nndTliuis
ilay. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
The "Totniibi Ot
uvu" Is niiido of
and Tmlxisli Tob.ie
eo Filler with Ha
vana Winjiiier of
Httlieilor Brailo, and
without lujiei; nro
iioinii ed liy eonnoiH
hoinstobuthuiliUBt kiiioKo e.tant,
I nd iHp on. si bio
i desired, lleiilth
Iui and hettei than
a eigittotto for a
&" AbK your
dealer for thcinl
The Kuboy & Co. Branch of tho American
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
C j f rr-TJ I
T A hPKClAL MIJUTlNd OK THi:
.tV StoLkholdeliiof the Ualiu ItiilUvuy
Land Cuiiiiiaiiy held this day, tho follow
ing Itesoluiloii with adiintul:
Whereas, the nttiiiu of tlio Oahu llallwa)
iV Land Oo. Iiiih Ikoii usid in eoniieetloii
with u Lottery beheino without authorlly,
Ittwltitt, thai jmblli! notleo hej;lveitby
the President that this Coinjiany is not
umneeted with said hcheniuand iujiidl.ites
bin.li use of itK tianie.
JOHN H. l'ATY,
PiesidentO. It. .V L. Co.
Hqiiolllln, Ben). I.', IK).'. fiJO-lvv
- 4&BfiJ&t. ityUrf "ate1 km
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd
auwimixia' Blook, Port Street.
M. ft P. Wrought Steel Ranges 1
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumami St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware.
JSTe-w K.t.ibs a.rj.ci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
104 Fort Street, Horxoltilu..
Temple of Fashion
COKNJ3R OF FORT AND HOTEL STEEETS.
"We Just Received
2Te-w XDress Goods,
Ija.ciies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Iiatest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
3STe-w Groools ! ISTe-w G-oools !
PUN(Ji:i: DIIA I'Hliir.S POHTli:iU:S-l'IXKATPIJ: TISSUK-BA'rrKKNB
WHITH I)l!i;SS HOODS I-N' CHKOKS AND STHIPES.
JAl'A.N'Hbi: COIIDHl) OHKI'i:.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IX (UIKAT YAHIKTV AT LOW PltlOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Bsttliiiag Suits in Cotton and. Wool
roil LADIL'S, (HINTS, AND CHILDKHN.
CALL -A.3STD SEE OXJK. 3STEV7" GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
New Goods, ex Benmore.