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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 180.'.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:lf 8s45 1:15
Arrive HonoulJuH.7:uo t)tfi7 2:57
U-nvoIoiiou11ull..7:30 10:43 3:13
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 ll:55 4:55
l'iiii. City Local.
Leave Honolulu. .... 6:10 ,
Arrive Tearl City. .. i:48
Leavo Tearl Glty..(l:iVi ...
Arrlvo Honolulu, 7:30 . .
Sundays oxcept,ed. t Baturdaya only.
IiOOAIi AND QENEBAI. NEWS.
Politics is nil tho oxcitoniotil now.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
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Tiles. 27, 7 IS (i 35 0 30 4 0 5 50 5 51 10 20
Weil. 2! 8 15 7 35 1 10 4 30 S 50 5 50 11 20
'llllirs. 2U D 511 10 O 2 30 0 0 5 61 5 49 ....
-Fll. 30 Jl 40 12 0 4,0 7 15 5 51 5 48 0 17
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Hat. 10 40 .... 4 451 8 0 6 51 5 4S 1 17
bun. 2 1 2fll 0 4fl' 5 50 1) 0 5 52.5 47 2 17
First Quarter of tlio liiiinii on the 28th nt 71i.
4Siu. p. in.
THE DAILY BULLETIN!
PKIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1892.
Thuro was nothing in tho Supremo
Diamond Ilo.id, 8 p. m. Wonthor
cloudy; wind, light northeast.
Thoro arc 297 registered voters
for Nobles in tho first precinct of
tho thiid district.
Every scat except oxtra chairs was
lakon by this morning for to-morrow
Tho usual crowd was nt tho
Treasury to-daj', but up t ill 2 o'clock
no money was boing paid out.
Thoro is a mooting of tho Board of
Health this afternoon to consider
quarantine regulations for any emer
gency. Hor Majesty the Queon has grant
ed denization papors to Mr. F. M.
English, manager of tho Hawaiian
Mr. Charles Croighton, Deputy At-tornoy-Gonoral,
was thirty years old
yostordaj'. Ho sports a gift gold
watch as a souvenir ol tlio clay.
Tho Octobor torm of tho Supremo
Court will opon at 10 o'clock Mon
day. After preliminaries tho Court
will probably adjourn over election
Mrs. Chas. Croighton and Miss
Lislunnu are visiting thoir sister at
Hakalau, Hawaii. Thoj' will return
on tho next trip of tho steamer
Next Tuesday will bo tho date of
tho spocial olection for Nobles to fill
tho vacancies caused bjr tho resigna
tions of Messrs. Macfarlano and
Friday, Sept. 31.
Stmr Kiniui for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Vessels Leaving To-inorraw.
Am bktno Planter, Dow, tor Puget Sound
.For Maui and Hawaii, per 'stmr Kinau,
Sept. 30 For Volcano: FP Hcllwig, F J
Peterman, Miss Andrews, Mrs H Q Alex
ander. For wav ports: Kev K P Kuia,
Mrs Harnett, J Harnett, Hons W Y Horner,
H P Baldwin, It D Walbndgc and G P Ka
mauolia; Mrs Kamauolia and family, Miss
Har.ui Ivamauolia, .Mrs v ii mcLaru, .1 jh
Kiuiilu, David Koki, wifo and child, Miss
Lanipman, Miss Kealoha, and about (X)
' ' s Vessels in "Port.
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fian-
Am bktno S N Castle, L II Hubbard, from
4-masted schr Kobt Lew ors, Goodman, from
F. P. Hollwig, P. J,
Miss Andrews wore
tho stoamor Kinau for tho Volcano
to-day. Mrs. H. G-. Alexander will
board tho stoamor at Maui for tho
The steamer Kinau loft this afternoon
.for Maui and Hawaii.
The steamer James Makee has been laid
up for repairs and a geneial overhauling.
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch ar
rived at Port JJlakely on August 30, and
was to leave for Valparaiso.
Tho barkentine Planter, rather than
awaitaiiiiidellnite length of time for a cargo
of domestic export, will leavo to morrow
fur, the Sound in ballast.
BOYD In this city, Sept. 2U, to the w ife
of W. W. Boyd, a son.
The Kov. Robort B. Peot, Rector
Emeritus of Emmanuel Church,
Newport, Rhode Island, will preach
at the morning sorvico of tho first
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Sunday.
Tho baseball gamo to-moirow
afternoon between tho How do You
Liko It and tho Hit Hor Again (Ka
mohamoha) teams promises to bo a
game for blood. Tho nines have
boon hard at practico for tho past
Hons. W. Y. Horner, "H. P. Bald
win, R. D. Wnlbridgo and G. P. Ka-
nlauoha 13ft on tho Kinau this after
noon for a flying visit to thoir homes.
A number of tlio mombors of tho
House were at tho wharf to seo
Tho Tomplo of Fashion will open
Monday morning at 8:30. Ladies,
boar in mind, first come first served.
The remnant table will more than
surprise the public, such bargains
you never get again. Remembor
every article must bo closed out ;
the entire stock is marked in plain
Horbort Mossinnn reported at Ka
waihao tho other day that a white
luna had boon assaulted by Japanese
with hoes and seriously injured at
Kukuihaole, Hawaii. Up to tho de
parture of tho Kinau no definito
news could be obtained. Tho stoamor
Hawaii, which arrived yostorday,
brings no news of tho reported as
sault. Pur&or Bocklov of tho Kinau
is of tho opinion that it was a false
Root Boor on
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
streot for sale.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Francis Matthew English has
beon granted lettors patent of deni
The copartnership botwoon S.
Ehrlieh and S. Levy has been dis
solved. Sunburn relieved, at once by Cu
ounibor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Havyaiiuii Fans and Curios in
groat variot y at tho "Elito Ice Cream
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
streot, tho store formerly occupied
b3r Frank Gortz.
Those who love to lave in tho
brino are directed to tho card of tho
Aloha boat house.
A Suit for the Recovery of $233 for
If you want any Fine Cakes and
Pastries tho best place in town is tlio
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
ChuiiaJ-oy has bought out the
Chun'Apl k bakery, and will not bo
responsible for past dobts of tho
Mochanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 23c. and GOo. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Ahikea streot,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
CortificnTo NoTl-19, for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone stock, in tho name
of Geo. C. Boekloy, has boon lost
and transfer stopped. Also, certifi
cate No. 181, in tho namo of C. H.
Jos. Tinker, butchor, brought an
assumpsit suit for tlio recovery of
233, tho value of two ba' horses,
against A. Rosa, administrator of
tho estate of Rodriquos, deceased.
Hearing was had in tho Polico Court
on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Tin
ker, in evidence, stated that through
a Portuguese employee of his ho
learned that thoro was good past uro
land at Kalihi. Tinkor told tho
Poitugueso to take tho two horses in
question to Kalihi and lot them out
to pasture. Tho Portuguese pro
ceeded to do so. Ho mot Mjss Rod
riquos, auod 17 or 18 years, and Mas
ter Rodriquos'and asked for tlio old
gentleman or tho old lady. Tlioy
told him that thoy wore absent from
homo. Tho man then asked tho girl
if ho could loavo tho horbos thoro to
pasture, aud tho girl assonted. charg
ing $2 a month for tlio keep of tho
annuals. Tinker showed receipts in
Court. Tho horses have boon miss
ing from pasture some timo, honco
the suit. A. Rosa, on tho stand,
stated that ho owned tho place, lint
had given Rodriquos full contiol to
do as ho pleased. Rodriquos, at and
previous to tho timo mentioned, was
Hi tho Quoon's Hospital. Chas.
Croighton, for tho defendant, moved
for dismissal on tho grounds of a
non-suit, and tho fact that no con
tract was made. Decision was re
served until Monday. O. L. Carter
Tho following players will partici
pate in to-morrow's game, constitu
ting tho How Do You Liko It and
Hit Her Again teams:
II. II. A.
ONE HUNDREDTH DAY.
TuunsoAY, Sept. 29, 1892.
Tho Assembly re-convened from
recess at 1 : 15 o'clock aud considera
tion of Bill 112 relating to highways
was continued, action being tnkon
on tho various sections as follows:
Section 0. Supervision of high
ways by Minister of Interior. Passed.
Section 7. Irrigation and drain
ago ditches crossing highways to bo
bridged by owner. Passed.
Section 8. Railroads, canals and
ditches crossing highways to bo
kept in order by tho Govornniont.
Section 9. Minister of Interior
may establish gates in public high
Section 10. Sidowalks when side
walks may bo constructed width,
height, material, grade and niothod
of construction. Passed.
Section 11. Owner or abutter to
construct sidowalks at own oxponso.
Section 12. Sidewalk construction.
Ministor of Interior may require
construction in accord with grade of
street, material and manner of con
Section 13. Owner to construct.
If not done insixty days after notifi
cation, Ministor may proceed to con
Section 11. Trespass of sidowalks.
Prohibits uso by mule, horso or
team, wagon or other wheeled vohi
cle including bicycle. Passed.
Section 15. Tree planting. May
bo planted along highways under
regulations of Ministor of Interior.
Section 16. Ponalty for trespass
to trees. Passed.
Section 17. Malicious injury to
trees declared a misdemeanor. Pass
Section 18. Ministor of Intorior
authorized to havo maps and records
of streot highways prepared. Passod.
Section 19. Establishment of mile
stones as measuring distances. Pass
Soction 20. Points of departure
for mileago, viz.: Hawaii, Court
house at "Waimoa; Maui, Courthouse
at Wailuku; Molokai, Courthouse at
Pukoo; Oahu, Govornniont Houso,
and on Kauai, Nawiliwili.
Section 21. Relating to direction
boards and guide posts. Parsed.
Soction 22. Placing of streot
names on corners of streets in Hono
lulu, Hilo, Wailuku and Lahaina.
Section 23. Relating to ponalty
for maliciously removing any direc
tion or guide post. Passed.
Section 21. Expenses to bo paid
out of Road Board monies of each
Section 25. Persons violating any
rules or regulations under act, guilty
ol misdemeanor. JL'assuu.
Section 2(5. Penalty for misde
Section 27. Jurisdiction. District
Justices to havo power. Passed.
Section 28. Act to take effect from
date of approval. Passed.
Rep. Smith fioni tho select com
mittee to whom Section 5, relating
to "ownership of public highways in
tho Govornniont," had boon roforrod
recommended that tho soction pass
as in tho bill. Report adopted.
Tho bill was now passod in its en
tirety to engrossment aud ordered
to third reading on Thursday of
Rep. Smith, under suspension of
tho iulo&, presented a report from
tho joint committee, Labor and
Judiciary, on Bill 157 relating to
Chinese immigration and offered a
substitute bill to bo called 157a, and
which thoy recommend for adoption.
Tabled for consideration with bill.
Rop. White, obtaining the floor,
inoed adjournment until Wednes
day next, Octobor 5th.
Tho motion was a surprise, and
Rop. Smith roso and, with an exhibi
tion of indignation, stated that ho
tliouglit tlio motion was highly nn-
A Ploasant Affair.
Tho literary and musical ontor
tainmont in connection with the
monthly meeting of the St. Andrew's
Church Association, held last even
ing in tho Sunday School room, was
a decidedly successful affair. There
was a largo attendance. Capt. II. W.
Mist presided, and after brief routine
business tlio following program was
1. Trio for Violin, Cello and Pi inn
Mr-Grow, Mis Mollic WUiim.ii
2. Bong '.
Mrs. F. W. Glade.
3. ttiwilntlou . Mr. G. II
I. Song . Calvary
Mr. T. Ma.
C. Avo Maria for Violin. Piano and
MNs Mi-Grow, Ml Mollio
son, and Wray Taylor.
Tho instrumental music wis ox
eollontly rendered, more particularly
tho Avo Maria of Bach's, which had
to bo repeated. Miss McGrow play
ed tho violin beautifully, and Miss
Atkinson is an excellent pianist.
Tho organ blended perfectly with
tho other instrument. Mrs. Glade's
song was a rare treat and both Mr.
Luco and Mr. May acquitted them
selves woll. After the music thoro
was social conversation, whilo re
freshments consisting of sandwiches,
cake and lomonado were handed
round. Before parting a vote of
thanks was passed unanimously to
thoso who took part.
EWi!-PP5 v Kplk1
fKSr Agatk AVauk- (hat won't blister is one of our
specialties. You know
the enamel worn off.
what it is to have a Saucepan with
Thoso who will take part in tho
musical part of tho entertainment,
to-morrow evening had a rehearsal
last ovoning. No ono should miss
such a treat as tho concert promises
to bo. Tho following program will
Overture . Koal Hawaiian Band
Prof. II. Bergcr, Conductor.
1. O Swallow, Happ Swallow Kuckcn
The Misses Young.
'2. It was a Dream ... Cow en
Mr. H. S. Williams.
3. The Flower Girl Bovigaui
1. When 1 know tli.it thou art near
mo ... . . Abt
Miss I.. F. Dale ,ind Mr. H. S.
Kojul Hawaiian Band.
(1. Solo Heaven hath shed a tear Kuckcn
Flute Obligato. Geo. II. Paris.
Miss Ujuise F. Dale.
1. illustrated Lecture What I saw in
India . ...
Hon. Jos. Marsden and the Hawai
ian Caineia 01 lib.
2. Recitation The lielief of I.ucl.now
. ., . Tennyson
Mr. G. C. Potter.
3. Hawaii Pono! . Kojnl Hawaiian Baud
God Save the (hicun.
-A. FA.3SrA.OE3A. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. L. Goodman, of Ainator, Cal.,
vays: "I have had repeated opportunity
of observing and teiting the relieving anil
healing quality of Vita On. when applied
to painful, -ore and inllamcd parts, also in
lame joints, sprains and bruises. I am
confident that to the extent Its safe, active
and powerful healing merits aio tried, it
will bo considered the Indispensable family
fflf For the asking vou will reeeivela
ISO Testimonial Letter,
your own thinking.
v on will reeeivela
Head on- und do
A littlo boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near here, foil against a red
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought the burn was so s-ovoio as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasing the sore,
sho applied. It soon removed all
tho lire and eased tho pain, and in
ten days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho' scar remaining. J.D. Mc
Laren, Koysport, Clinton count y, 111.
FVir sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COllXKll FOHT AXD KING STIWKTS.
3? These nightly rains
ahly (he reservoirs have
hath often if you are lucky
your lawn, hut not without i
got the host.
ire helping matters conaider-
filled up a hit and you can get a
Likewise you may irrigate
Husk. You know where to
2E3T5 PocivKT CuTiiKUV the handsomest you ever
Blades of the Purest Steel and Handles of Pearl es-
peeially selected for this trade. No every day affairs ; every
one of them good enough to loan your most particular
friend. Cheap enough to give to that some friend.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
LOST OR MISLAID
CBltTIFIOATi: NO. II!) FOlt TWBXTY
Shares Mntual Telephone Stock,
stunding in the name of George l lleWv
lev. Transfer has been stopped. Finder
will pleaao return to
OKOUC1B C. BKPKI.rA,
DKJ-L'w Oi to Wilder A- Co.
LOST OB MISLAID
Cr.ItlUFICATi: N'O. 181 I'OU TWTXTY
Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
landing in the name of ('. H. Judd.
Transfer has been btopped. Finder will
please return to
F. M. SWAXZY,
At the ofllco of T. II. Da vies it Co.
rpHK ANNUAL MINTING OF Till:
JL Stockholders of tho Kohala Sugar Co.
will bo held at tho otlho of Castle
Cooke, on TIJUKSDAY, Oct. 10, lb')J, at
11) O'clock A. M.
J. II. ATHHI1TON,
FOIl THi: ISLAND OF OAHU.
For Unexpired Si Year Term, made va
cant by tho resign ition of His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann.
Candidate for Noble.
XOM1NATT.D IJY Till:
National Reform, .Liberal & Sons of Hawaii
For the Island of O.ihu, Unexpired Six
Year Term made vacant b, the re
signation of His Kxeelleney
CHAS. L. HOPKINS
Candidate for Noble.
NOMINATF.I) 15Y THK
National Reform, Liberal & Sous of Hawaii
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
SJST GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL jg3
"We carry in stock the following "Well-known Brands:
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Go.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
Fort Street, - - - EConolTaliJi, H. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods !
piopor, as thoio wore- many things
loaur to uo consiuorou.
Noblu Tliuraton, too, was opposed
(o adjournment. If there woro
members there who desired to go
homo thoy could ask for loavo of ab
fteneo. lie wished to got tobusinoMS
and adjourn, as .soon as possible, for
Hop. White said it was only the
old story as could bo seen by the
desks without mombors. The rich
moinbors wont oil whenever they
had business to attend to and never
asked leavo of tho Houbo, whilo tho
poor momboi.s had to st.'iy and slay,
to koop up tho dignity of tho House
and earrj' on tho business. This was
u propor way for all to got a littlo
rest, thoro was no partiality. Ho
moved tho previous question.
On voto boing taken tho motion to
adjourn until next Wednesday was
carried, 17 to 15, Ministers l'arkor
and u ulick hoing tlio needed two
majority, and at IJ:-15 tho Assembly
Will bo Recognized.
Tlio following loiter was received
by Hon. W. G. Wilder, Prosidont of
tlio Wilder's Steamship Co., to-day,
and esplainfi itself:
rplli: COrAKTNKKSHU' HmtHTO
JL fore i"ctst!iuj between S. Illirlich and
S. l-o vy lias beon dissolved bv mutual con
went this day. Mr. 8. Khrllc'li will in the
future carry on tlio business,
Honolulu, Hoit. HO, IB').'. fi'MWIt
rpm: UNi)i:K8iQNi:i) has this day
J. bought out the Chun Nam itakery at
'No. '1 Keknullke Htreet, and hereby kiu'i
notice that ho will not bo reiiKiiisiblo for
any iiclitti ouiui; iiy said I'liini num.
Honolulu, So)t. 'J7, lb!).'
Per Ioo Obit Sam.
VWINO TO DKl'AKTUKi: KItOM
J Kingdom the undersigned requests
Dr. McLennan lias lomoved to Ala
kon street, opposite tho Y. M. 0. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilieo hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and ovoningh 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual (182.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ro
modj'. Many casos havo been cured
by it after all else had failed and
skilled physicians woro powerless.
For bale by all doalors, Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
It. Baker .. ,
It. F. Jtuvuiky
0. Kaauol ,
Alex. PShau ...
. .. .e.
.2b . .
, 3b .
, c.f .
II. 1). Y. I,. I.
his dubtois to make imiuediutu nayment
of their debts to Jlr. H. Lose.
A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
HonoluluSept. !M, I81. Kll-hv
Tor the Island of Oahu, Umilrid Four
Year Term, in ule vacant bj the 10
signatlonof His i:eolloncj
I!. 0. Macfarlane.
NOMINEES for NOBLES
ISLAND OK OAHU.
Among tho incident s of childhood
that stand out in bold loliof, as our
memory reverts to the days whoa we
woro young, none aio more promi
nent than hovoro siokness. The
young mother vividly roniomboiH
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Romody cured her of croup, and in
turn ndininibters it to hor own off
spring and always with the best 10
Hiilts. For salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
U. S. Consulatj: Gknkual,
Honolulu, H. 1
Sept. HOth, 1892.
Hon. W. C. Wildkh, President Wil
dor's Steamship Co., Honolulu,
Sin I am in lccoipt of informa
tion from Hilo that tho steamer Ki
nau of your lino wont in boari'h of
tho missing boat'b crow of tlio wreck
ed American ship Win. A. Campbell
and returned after an unsuccessful
trip of thirty hours.
I bhnll take the earliest opportun
ity to repoit tlio (iiouinstniu'os to
tho Department at Washington,
knowing thai such Immune efforts
in behalf of those unfoituuato .sea
men will uo ntiiy appreciated ami
H. W. Seveiunce,
U. S, Consul-Gonoral,
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
HAVING OHTAINKD ALU TUV.
shooting rights over the lauds know u
as Kaliii. Kukuluucoaud Kakaakoin Hono
lulu, all persons are hereby notified that
any pert-ou found shooting on the above
mentioned lands without permission from
the undersigned will bo prosecuted acconl
Ing to law. Ten ($10) dollars reward will
lie paid to any pemou giving Information
leaning u i no ueieuuou ui person violat
ing the above notice.
Mj-lw O. IJ. WILSON.
ALOHA BOAT HOUSE
Hon. Henry laterhouse
Tortile Unexpired Si Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson
Tor tho I'noxphed Tour Year Term
t?W Just Heceived per S. S. " Australia." "a
vleo i:. 0.
2 , ICE3 CHE3STS
White Mountain, Gem
j Automatic Ice Cream Freezers I
Hah i:vi:ky accommodation koh
llathing. Will convoy Ilathern to
mill from Tug-boat Whaif on receipt of
umshugu Dell Tclupliuuu lST-all included
Pleasant Furnlslied Rooms on the Water
KorUentlemen, with Hatbiiig and Hoating
Included, at modorato rent.
.Mlib, 1(1. In 1 ,
Dell Telo. 157. Aloha Doat Houso,
ISLAND OK OAHIL
H Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
HON, HENRY WATERHOUSE
DULLKl'lN IS THK LKADINO
eeiita per nionl
J. Dally 1'iiiior of the Kingdom. Kilty
i per iiioiuu.
Kix Yiar Teuu, vice
ii ii ii . roxlgucd.
HON. MARK P. ROBINSON
Tor tho Unexpired Kour Year Term, vko
K, U. ilaofurlune, resigned.
Itfo-w O-oocis! lT&-w Goods!
TONUT.i: DHAl'KItlKS-TOnTlT.ltT.S-I'lNnAlTLi: TlBrfUK-B.VTTKKNB
WHITK DltKSK (U)ODS IN OHUC'KB AND STItlTKS.
,-, Al'ANKSi: COUDT.D OltT.l'i:.
Ladies', Cliildreus' and Infants' Wear
IN (UtTAT VAUICTY AT LOW THICKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Battling Sviits in Cotton etna. AATool
KOlt LADIKB, (JKNTB, AND CHILDUKN.
0-A.XjI-i :3SrU - SEE OXJK. NEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
The besl Ihiwj to send (o your friend
abroad U Kiny Bros, "Jlluntrated Sou
venir of Ifamiii," which is gotten vp for
the purpose, and it not un advertisement.
Picture Frame made to order from
Luteal Style of Moulding, llenova
tion of Old Picture a sjiecialty ut King
Bros.. llolU street