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TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
.WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1892.
Slinr klnau from Mnul and Hawaii
Am 1-mantoiWihr Aluhu, D.ilicl, 20U dnvs
from San KruiiuNco
Wkiinkhii.vy, Oct. II).
l-ma'itcd ehr Hubert Lowers, Goodman,
for tlio Sound
Stmr l'clu for Wuitnen and Makawelt
Vossols Iioaving To-morrow.
H M S Alnrlpuin for Ban Kranulsco
CnrRoos from Island Forts.
Btmr Kltinu 2 homos, IS bales wool, 43
pigs, 2S4 bags juitutouH, 70 bags com,
lbU pkgs sundries.
From Maul and Hawaii, tioritinr Klnau,
Oot 10-MIms M Andrews, T WuliT, M
Ritchie, K 1) Baldwin, S Kasamatsu, Dr A
K NIohoN, .1 S Canurlo und son, I)r It lie
Klliulii, A Lltlgato, Kokl, Mhs Jlarv
Ostrum, It 8 Yegl, l)r H I) Hond, K 0
Shorey, Mrs O K Stllliuun, Mrs Kanlma
lanl, A Agnauio. wife and 4 children. Mas
ter Campboll, W Q Ogg, "V A Haldwin, Ah
U'ong, MNs h 1'eaboily. V Ucrlowitz, II
Oorman, Mrs 0 I. Wight and child, and
127 deck. . '
Vot Maui, per stmr Claudinc, Out 18
Miss Glade, Miss Ida Campbell, J 11 Hen
ton and son, 0 It Wcll, Miss l'arkur, H
Ahmco, O M V Forstcr, Miss E Kaiuc, and
about !10 on deck.
1'or Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Oct 18
Mrs 0 V Spitz and child, A M Sproull, J
Winter, onii 3.2 on deck.
Thc.stcamcrlwalani has been hauled on
tho Marino Hallway to bu cleaned.
Tho schooner Mary 15. Foster came oil'
the Marine Hallway this morning.
The schooner Kobort Lowers left this
afternoon for the Sound in ballast.
The bnrkentino W. II. Diamond loft San
Francisco on Bopt. 2S. Sho has a cargo
valued at 13,08l.
Tho schooner Aloha, Dabel, master, ar
rived oir port'this morning, 20K days from
Ban Kraneisco. Owing to the accident to
tlio tug lior coming into port was dcluycd
nntil this afternoon. Sho is docked at
Tho Aloha's cargo is
valued at $20,012.
Arrived Oct. 1, stmr Kinau from Hono
lulu;' 7, stmr Kinau from Hilo; 12, stmr
Kinau from Honolulu; 18, stmr Klnau
Departures Oct. 1, stmr Kinau for Hilo;
7, stmr Kinau for Honolulu; 12, stmr Ki
nau for Hilo; 18, stmr Kinau for Hono
HART In this city, October 10th, to tho
wife.of E. H". Hart, a son.
COLBUHN In this eity, October 18th, to
the wifo of Hon. .1. F. Colburn, a
MAltOHAKT In this" city, October 10th,
J. 0. Marchant, aged 58 years.
Last evening thoro was a soloct
few to witness a full rohoarsal of tho
"Wooing of Kaala" at Robinson
Hall. Professor Borgor had charge
of tho music, much of which is
original, and tho whole was gone
through as smoothly as if tho com
pany had trod tho boards for years.
Tho acting was gone through with
an easy grace, while tho elocution
and pronunciation loft but littlo
room for improvement.
Tho drossos aro ample in size and
elegance, while tho general appoint
ments aro corroct and pleasing. The
play has been thoroughly rehearsed
and no pains or expense has been
spared in tho effort to produce a re
presentation worthy of being re
membered as a historic play.
At the conclusion of tho rohoarsal
Mr. Crowloy was warmly congratu-'
latod by Professor Borgor, Major
Robertson, Her Majesty's Chamber
lain, and other gentlemen present.
As a local production of Hawaiian
history it is certainly highly credit
able. Tho play will bo given posi
tively on Satmday next, and Pro
feFhorliuppreoht is busy with help
in getting tho scenery in position.
Mr. 51. J. Williams has taken a horios
of photos of tho company, which
will bo on view in ;i few daya. ,
The Cause of, Carolessnejp.
A very narrow escape, from what
might have resulted in a very sorious
accident with inaybo loss of life, oc
curred last ovoning at tho turn in
tho Waildki road, just this side of
tho "Sunny South" promises. A res
tive horse, hold merely by a bridle
thrown ovor a picket, was standing
at this point whon two porsons in a
brake came driving by. Tho tether
ed horse bocaino frightened and, as
the road thoro is vory narrow, man
aged in his movements to come in
collision with tho brake, breaking
one of tho shafts. The collision and
fall of tho shaft frightened tho driv
en horso and ho ran away with his
passengers. Ho was hauled up after
considerable distanco had boon
covered, and happily without acci
dent to the porsons m the brake.
Something New in Banoa,
, Tho Pacific Hahdwaiu: Co., (L'd,),
have just received an invoico of tho
M. & D. AViiouaiix Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
the kind yot invented, Thoy hnvo
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessols. Also on sovoral
of tho now vossols lately built for
the trade botweon San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of thoso liangos
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
Humors of Cabinet-Making.
Scene: Bachelor friend to newly
Bachelor friend to
man. Young wifo
married man. Young wifo partly
B. Has sho called on you yot, old
Young Wifo And pray who
should cidl on him?
B. Oh, tho Queen, you know!
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Tho S. S, Mariposa is not sig
naled ns tho Bulletin goes to press.
A padlock and koy woro found on
Merchant street yesterday afternoon.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
cloud; raining; wind fresh north
east. "Wooing of Kaala" on Saturday
noxt, 22nd inst., positively, at the
Thoro has boon 3J inches of rain
fall at tho electric light station in
tho past three days.
Capt. K. Dabol has so fully re
covered his hoalth as to ho able to
command the Aloha again.
Kaw sugar was steady and fairly
activo in Now York on September
28; centrifugals 9(5 test, Je.
Tho U. S. S. Mohican seized tho
British sealing schooner Annie and
Hattio on Soptombor 1st, in tho
Now advertisements to-day aro
notices of ollicial apuointmonts by
tho Ministers of Foroign Airairs and
Hon. Rollin M. Daggett, ox-Minister
to Hawaii, road a poem at tho
350th anniversary of tlio discovery
of San Diego.
The trial of tho two Chinese ar
rested in connection with tho big
opium haul mado lately has again
been postponed until Saturday.
A rumor not bolioved true by some
people was current in San Francisco
that tho murdoror Bealo escaped to
Honolulu by tho stoamor Australia.
Dal Hawkins dofoatod John KU
leen in eight lively rounds in San
Francisco on the 28th ult., for a
purse of $1000. Tho weight was 117.
Tho Royal Hawaiian orchestra had
a rehearsal in tho Opora House this
morning for tho concert to bo given
this ovoning by tho Musin Company.
As tho Boston boys, on their re
turn from drill, passed the Bullktin
ollico this morning, they struck up
"Ta-ra-ra-booin-do-ay" in compli
niont. Tho "Wooing rt Kaala" will re
veal tho fact that llawaiians are
possessed of dramatic talent. Don't
lau to see them, as thoy tako wings
for the States in November.
A correspondent in another col
umn echoes what everybody olso is
thinking. Pass the Appropriation
Bill, monkey with Cabinets after
ward, then go to tho World's Fair.
Elofson, a sailor of the schooner
Aloha, now in port, was roughly
treated by footpads tho night before
tho schooner loft San Francisco. He
was taken to tho Receiving Hospital.
The steam whaler Mary D. Humo,
which has boon wintering in tho
north for two seasons, has been
heard from. Sho is returning with
a catch of 38 whales, tho largest on
record. Tho total value of the two
seasons' catch is $500,000.
Thoro has been no cholera in Now
York City since Soptombor 19. If
this condition has continued until
tho sailing of tho through steamer
duo hero from San Francisco on Fri
day, tho Board of Health may deem
it safe to raise tho quarantine in her
Kinioho was given sixty days' im
prisonment at hard labor in tho
Police Court this morning on a
charge of assault and battery on a
Chinaman. A formor charge of
maiming was nol. pros'd. Tho China
man's oar was partly bitten oil" and
tho pieco swallowed.
Alio Keomakani and Fanny Sabo
mado up thoir littlo difference in tho
Police Court this morning and Alio
was discharged. It will bo remem
bered by Bulletin readers that Alio
was arrostod a few days ago for tlio
larceny of a boar's tusk breastpin,
tho property of fanny.
Extra Mince Pios at the "ISlite."
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson
has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving uso Cucuinbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith A; 'Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
cuinbor Tonic. Bonsou, Smith Aj Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island viows and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging bj' day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; .?1
and SI .25 a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
sumo giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Posidonco, Alaltoa street,
near tho Y. M. 0. A.
Littlo Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from the Coast and has resumed
business at the old Union stand.
Merchant street, and will bo glau
to see his old patrons,
Dr. McLennan has lonioved to Ala
ltoa streot. oiniosito tho Y. M. G. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. OJlico hours, i) to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings (J to 7 j Sundays 10 to I.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual (582.
Death of J. O. Marchant.
Mr. J. 0. Marchautdied at tho In
sauo Asylum, Palamn, this morning,
Mr, Murchaut was committed to tho
Asylum a fow months ago as being
insane through excessive drinking.
He was an Englishman by birth and
was 58 years of ago at tho time of Iiib
tioain. ior years no nan etiargo oi
the book bindery establishment of
tho Press Publishing Co.
Wkdnksuav, Oct. 19, 1892.
Prayors were had at 10 o'clock,
after which tho President publicly
commended Hep. Ash ford for his
early presence, it being the first linio
uuring ino session.
The minutes of tho previous moot
ing were not road until 10:15, a
quorum not being present until that
time. Tho minutes woro approved
President Walker stated that he
had presented the resolution of
want of confidence to Her Majesty
Rep. Smith at 10:20 said that, as
thoro was no now Ministry yot pro-
sent, ho would move that the House
Hotels Springing Up Pionoor Japa
nese Church Tho Oat of tho
Hotel accommodation is increas
ing in Hilo. Mr. ,1. Viorra, proprie
tor of the Hilo Hotel, has leased tho
bponcor mansion, which has lately
boon put in first-class' condition, and
lias eonunoneeu to furnish it.
presents a lino appearance, vorv
tractive. Mr. Viorra lias niauo a
walk from tho hotel, the buildings
being close together, and now,
when a crowd conies ho can accom
modate a largo number, having tho
two buildings at his disposal.
Tho Kittredgo mansion (so called)
has been leased and is to bo put in
tho best condition and will bo called
a hotel, not named yet. Will be
kept in tho best style, with homo
cooking, and every attention will bo
shown guests. Those who put up at
this hotel will advertiso it, so it is
oxpected it will bo packed full all
tho time. When ready it will bo ad
vertised in tho papers. Thoro will
bo a largo number of rooms, all of
irood size and well furnished.
Tho first Japanese church erected
on these islands was dedicated on
tho 9th inst. Hilo has tho honor of
having tho lirst church, it was
built b3' Japanoso carpenters, and
paid for by contributions from Japa
nese, its seating capacity is 200.
Tho church was beautifully decor
ated by themselves and Miss Ellon
Lyman on this occasion. The at
tendance was largo. All woro attired
in thoir best appaiol. Tho clorgj
iiion who participated weio Rev. 0.
II. Gulick, Rev. S. L. Desha, Rev,
Mr. Baptisto and Rev. J. Okabo tho
pastor. The musical selections were
thoso that thoy could sing tho best.
Miss Kato Gulick played tho organ.
At tho closo thoro were refreshments
given to tho Japanese, as soino of
them had walked seven miles to at
tend the dedication. There woro
two photographers who took pic
tures oi the ncautmil arcli of ovor
grcon at tho entrance, also views of
Mr. Silva, photographer, has taken
an excellent picture of the boat in
which tho mate and ton mou woro
rescued on tho coast of Puna, be
loiiKiii' to ship W. A. Campboll. Ho
has also taken a picture of tho cat
that was rescued and givon to Capt.
Eldart. it is now at a neighboring
plantation owned by tho manager
who wanted a cat with a history.
Tho cat gets all it can eat and drink
now. J. A. M.
Hilo, Oct. 17.
A Crippled Giant.
Thoro is a native named Kiwi, an
iiimato of tho Lunalilo Home, who
is a perfect giant in size and strength
oxcopting in his lower limbs which
aro porfeotly useless. Kiwi is the
youngest son of a family of fifteen,
and was born about thirty-four years
ago, at the timo whon Kauikeaouli
visited Niihau. His patents aro Ka
lepa and Mninalsi, and ho weighs in
the neighborhood of 210 pounds.
His .shouldtuH and arms give evi
dence ol tremundoiin power. The
lower limb.s, howeter, are so impo
tent th'it the man has to crawl. His
father, wlio ilantlh ti foot 2 inches in
hi- bare loot, in also an inmate of the
Hoini'. Thoy were sent to.the Homo
by Francis Sinclair ol Niihau. Kiwi
completed his lirst year at the Home
on October !id. The only employ
ment ho engages in is carving stono
poi-poundors and making nets. A
new hat had to bo made for him the
other day, as tho largest hat in Mr.
atorliouso s store sat like a pimple
on his vast uranium. Tho size of his
head is 8.J by 7 inches.
Quoon of tho Turf,
Tho wonderful lit tlu mare Nancy
Hanks smashed all records, kite or
othorwiso, on Sontombor 28th in
Torre Haute, Intl., by trotting a
milo on a regulation track in 2:01, in
the presence of one of the largest
crowds ovor seen at a race track.
Nancy camo down to tho htart like
a whirlwind, keyed to tho oifort by
tho master hand of Bud Noble. Tho
quarters woro as follows: !J1, l:02i,
1:!52A, 2:01. Tho ileot-footed quoon
and her driver woro received amid
The Tug Hampered.
While the lug Elou was engaged
in raking the bar this niorninir a
thirty-live foot chain got entangled
in her propollor,noeo.ssitatiiig as top
page. The tug came to an anchor
and the steamer Polo went to her
assistance and towotl hor into port.
James .Morse, tho Government diver,
wont down and after no littlo trou
blo managed to loosen tho chain.
It had to bo cut twice in ordur to
got it oil'.
(liurrhma should trv
Colic, Cholera uiuf
int'dy. .Many cusoa 1
lavo lieun curoil
y it t
after all olso had failed and
skilled phybiciaus woro powerless,
h'or sale by all dealers. Benson,
.Smith As Co., Agents for tho Hawai
WHY YOU SHOULD TAKIJ
'WOnTH A GUINEA A JDOK." I
2 Taken m directed the so famous PJIIi wills
5 provo marroHoui r'RtnraitTos to all nleebletl 1
vj ma iudti or kiducuu uiioiibs.
25 Cents a Box
i plitlnls.and that they have savod to many
' RtilTerera not merel ons but many gulueas, ,a
' ; doctors' billa. ;
! Covered with a Tuleleis & Soluble Coaling. ,
' Ot all druirgl"t. Prlco 2T. cents a box. ! '
! i Now York Dopot. Ml Cnnnl SI. ,
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COHXEU roitT AND KING STRKKTS.
Save Your Tallow
AND SP.X1) IT TO Till!
J. W. G UNST, M. D.
Has removed to Dr. Footo's promises nml
ollico, corner of l'nnolibowl uiul llcie-
tanin street", during his absence.
(From!) to 11:150 . M.;
(1! to 5 and 7 to 8 v. t.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit tlie Times.
rpHAT PIXASANT SU1I
JL urban C'ottago on X mi
nim street, adjoining the
residoni'O of Mr. Thomas
Soroiison. nieelv iiinioiuted and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of the City. Terms ? 18 per month.
X ICE COTTAGi: WITH
nleusant grounds on
lleretania street, a few doors
from Kccaumoku street, re
cently occupied bv Mis. I'niiioj, entrain es
from Young and lieretniilii streets. Hour-e,
Ktables and Outhou-es all complete, anil
in (list-class order. Htreet f'nrs pa-s the
front door overv twenty minutes. Terms
J per month, tucludlug water rates.
i at l'iKci; or im:o- j s
peiry ummprocii,Miu- .
i rv: yh.
of Mr. II. .1. Nolte'iire-3.iJiJ1.
MI lilt! IIIIII1UIMI JlC.WWVl I LI'.,! l-i
.'s at Kiuilol.'ini l'.ulc. coiitaiiiini! an
aio.i of about I acres, suitable for a vege
table garden, chicken laueli, etc.
Retired Cottai'i) on
Vineyard stieet with amnio
grounds; a few minutes' walk
from tho Tost Ollico. Terms easy
rpilK OKI-'IOK ItlH'lINT
JL ly occupied by Judge
.1, M. Davidson, n'Kaahu
manii street. In the heart of
tliii business center, and a tine onnortunitv
fora lawyerorbilHinessiiian. Thesoolllees
have always found ready tenants.
XOTK lleforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at oueo consult the under
signed at their ollico.
We keen nronertv In first-class con
dition. Our terms uru moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings,
IW Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
"Caitwright llullding," .Merchant street.
rpiIK AXNUAb MiXTINO OK Till?
L Stockholders of the l'aeille Hugur
.Mill will bo held on THURSDAY,- the
'Joth inst., at 10 o'clock a. m., at the ollico
of R A. Sehiiefcr it Oo.
rpHK ANNUA K MKHTINfl OK Till:
L Stockholders of tho Kohala Sugar Oo,
will ho held at tho ollico of Castle ,V
Cooke, on THURSDAY, Oct. 'JO, lbliJ, at
1U o'clock A. M,
J. 11. ATHKKTON,
SIX'OND - HAND srjki
'haetoiii iiiust ho in P"nK,"4fe
u-U Re .air and of V'V'W
Utvltuli A titJMinilit1!. AltliK' tU
550-U v.I JlOl'l'KR.
HOYAI, HAWAIIAN HOTK1. CO.
lias leaded the uroiu-rtv li('loiiilni to
A. Herbert, INq., In YVaikiki, which foi
tho prevent, will be open to tin' public ns
an annex of the Hotel, and u ill bo l,noui
as the "Hotel Park Alrtiow" lle-ldes the
main houu there are Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted Tor families:
1 The "Windmill Cottage" containing I
Rooms, Kltulieu nnd I.anal.
'2 The "Oreen Cottngo" rontalning Par
lor, I Red Rooms, Kitchen, Pantrv, Hath
3 Tlio "Seaward Cottage" with I Good
Rooms and a Dresslni: Room.
All tho Cottages are well-appointed In
Furniture. Fittings etc., and tenants will
bu entitled to bathing privileges. The sea
bathing being unsurpassed on the Island.
The Main Building will be reserved for
tho use of the guests of tlio Hotel, but it
may bu rented lor lMeules, Untiling Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc., for all wliieh
purposes It oilers exceptional advantages.
Auhargo of Twenty-live ($-'o) Dollars will
bo mado for tho u-o of the House and
Grounds Including Ilathlng, Lights, etc.;
prepayment Is required for intended use of
tho Main Ruildlng and Grounds.
For further lmitiiMitars niml!,':itlim
should bo made to the Manager of the
Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
(i id a
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
FUI.I, uni: ov
prices which we established
eomiiieneiiig CASH liusiness.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bonquot, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 Tor 23 Gents.
I& Sec our l'ine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
g& Call and s-ec our Goods before buy
ing el-ew here. Last hut not least
- I miki: vjiii:ty oi
Novels & Popular Bound Books,
THE PIN PUZZLE
There is a now I'lizde out. This innocent-looking
bruin tormentor is called the
l'in I'u7le, and anybody can make one for
hlmsQlf with a bit of pa'pcraml pencil anil
six pins. Here is the diagram :
The object is to it lids i pins on
six of the black dots' In such a man
ner that no two plus sll.dl be on the
same line, either horizontal, vertical or
Although it iiiuv he difllcult to woik out
this l'liylo, still there is no dltllculty in un
derstanding or appieciattng tho Policies is
sued bv the i:quiTAiij,i: uim: ab.sur-
ANOI.'SOOIRTY. Theyaroclcar, business
like, coiiclso ami simple.
BRU0E & A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
Oeneial Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 10, 18!).'.)
- MANUKACTURRRS OK Till: -
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal .t Upriglit,
Statlonaiy t Murine,
(las iV (lasoliho Kugiues,
l'utiips t I.miiielics,
.r)l8-tf Solo Agent lor Hawaiian Islands,
W. A. WAIIi,
(I,TK WITH T1IK (lllVKIINMKitT
1', O. llox Hi:). .Mutual Tele. 110.
mm: UNI)I:R8I0NI:I) HAS THIS DAY
huughtuut the limn -Nam iiuKcry at
No. 2 KeUulIku street, anil liereliy gives
notice that he will not ho rosponsihlo for
iiiiv ill' HH owing iiy Mini Mini ,um
l'cr lio Oliit Sum.
27, lb'.r.. KKi-Sw
Poi Bowls, Kitchen Bowls
Ewers & Basins !
3VCcKIinle37" Prices I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckels' Bank.
FALL SEASON J 892:
On Tuesday, Oct. IS
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
104 Fort Streot, Honolulu..
True! TCRTHi naraens tne gums. Leaves a retresning coolness in
rORTnEll I ttin the mouth Imparts a delightful fragrance to tho
H breath. Beautifully put up. Convenient to use.
l'Jtici:, zr oi:wrs. soi.n iiy iucikkiihts.
PREPARED AND GUARANTEED BY E. W. HOYT &. CO., LOWELL, MASS.
Manufacturers ol tho Celebrated Hoyt'8 Cermnn Colojjne. .,
Ik such a popular preparation, that it mjeds no praise from
us to provo its merits. This is simply to inform you
that wo aro tho A gouts for Kuiiikoam, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE as OEHSTTS PER BOTTLE.
tr LIB1SKAL DISCOUNT TO T1I13 THADE.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY LAST hTKAMint , I'll I.I I.1N1J OF
BLACK QOOIDS I
A.S FOIjIjOWS I
Illaek Cashmere -T.'-lneh wide, W eents jier
yaid and upwards.
Illaek India l.awu, Illaek Kreueli Ijiuii,
Illaek Satteeu In l'lalu and Klgured.
Illaek I'llleo in l'lalu and Figured,
B. r. EHLERS
Hats & Bonnets
mm ? mwm
Deliciously Flavored.- A Perfect Liquid Dentifrice.
Preserves and Beautifies the Teeth. Heals and
- - - EConol-uIu., H. I.
Illaek, Cotton, Silk and Kid Gloves in all
Illaek Stnokings for Unites and Children.
Illaek Silk Warn Heurletto Cloths,
lUe., Kte., Kto., Kte.
fc CO.'S, 99 Fort St,
4m vr f.iwjtt
- j '.ti'Mi-ifjiniYiaiili