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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
America's 400th birthday.
This is ladies' night at tho skating
Several yards on King street were
flooded last night.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. "Weather
clear; wind, light northeast.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin was booked to
loavo by tho stoamor Kinau this
H. Boyd and Miss Hannah Kaniai
opili wore married last evening at
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
A Portuguese) was arrested for as
sault and battory on a child. This
morning ho was discharged.
A. B. Parker and wifo and Miss
Johns aro bookod to leave on tho S.
S. Alamoda for tho Colonies.
Mossrs. A. Armitago and C. C.
Gardner, tourists, woro passengers
by tho Kinau to-day for tho Volcano.
Now Moon nn tho 20th at "ll. Mm. n. m.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1892.
Fridvy, Oct. 21.
Am bk SO Allen, Thompson, HJ-days
from San Francisco
Stmr O It Bishop from Hamakjia and La-
Schr Millo Morris from Koolau
Fill II ay, Oct. 21.
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Schr Halcakala for Makunn, Maui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr C It llishop for Koloa
From San Francisco, per bk S O Allon,
Oct 21 Mrs .Tas Lyle and 1'oter Nelson.
From Hamakua, per stmr C It Bishop,
Oct 21 Captain Ahlborn and wifo, Mr
Glade and 8 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Oct 21 For tho Volcano: A Armitajge, O O
Gardner. For wav ports: Mr Parish and
bride, Hon K Plla'ldw in, Dr Bond, F J 15
Walker, A Fornandez, O H Koe, J S
Canario, Mrs Phelps, Miss Harbottlo, J W
AVinter, Mrs Wight, and about 80 deck.
Vessels in Port.
USB Alliance, ltich, from San Francisco
4-mastcd schr ltobt Lew era, Goodman, from
Am bk S C Allen, ThompKou, from San
Am bktne Discovery, McNeil; 'from San
Francisco " ' ..
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Tho mumps aro provalont among
school children, now, and not a few
fat-faced children can bo scon daily
on tho streot.
Tho 80 ft. flagpolo of tho Portu
guese Benevolent Society's club
house, Alapai street, was'oreetod to
day. It is a beauty of a stick.
Mrs. Bruguioro, daughter of Mr. S.
B. Rose, is expected on a visit to her
Saronts by tho Alameda. Captain
ruguioro is now living in San Fran
Preparations for tho Sons of St.
George picnic at Itomond Grove on
tho 5th of noxt month aro progress
ing favorably. A good timo is anti
cipated. J. F. Morgan will Boll at auction
to-morrow at noon tho woodon
buildings known as tho King's sta
bles, at Printor's lane and Punch
A largo number of people woro at
the wharf this afternoon to bid
adieu to Mr. Parish and his bride,
who loft on tho Kinau for their
futuro homo on Maui.
Tho S. S. Alameda was to leave
San Francisco on Oct. 1-1 for Hono
lulu and tho Colonies, but may have
boon detained by tho mails. Sho has
not boon signaled as wo go to press.
Enough special correspondence
was sont by tho Marijiosa yesterday
to fill the San Francisco and East
ern dailies. Tho effect will bo
awaited with interest, as tho budgets
contained "hot stuff."
Hau, charged with manslaughter
on Kaneakalau in Palolo, waivod ex
amination in tho Police Court and
was committed for trial to tho Su
premo Court. J. L. Kaulukou will
appear for tho defense.
Mrs. James Xiylo, who returned by
tho S. C. Allon from a visit of over
two mouths to hor daughter, Mrs. E.
Atwater, at San Francisco, has our
thanks for the latest date of tho San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am schr Mary Dodge, fronuEureka, Oct'. (J.1
Am sch Glcndnle, from "Eureka. Oct. (1.
Br bk It P lUtliet, from Cardiff, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Gei bk H Haekfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The American bark Ceylon arrived at
San Francisco on October 6, .20 days from
The steamer 0. It, llishop arrived from
Hamakua ports this morning and will
leave again to-morrow for Koloa with
machinery ox bark J. C. Glade.
The American bark S. C. Allen, Thomp
son, master, arrived this morning, 14
days from San Francisco. She had a deck
load of lumber and redwood posts, besides
a heavy cargo of general merchandise in
her hold. ,
The Australian Champion.
Ernio Cayill, tho champion pro
fessional swimmer of Australia, in
tends displaying his skill in Chicago
during tho currency of tho mam
moth exhibition to be held thero
next year. Ho has boon made a very
good offer to undortako tho trip and
intends to avail himsolf of it. Cavill
has been getting into' form at the
Manly baths, which he conducts,
and is confident ho can, to use an
Americanism, "lick creation." Kenny,
his Melbourne rival, has, by-tho-way,
been hitting tho Yankees protty
hard with his natatorial porform
ancos. " Wo may also stato that
Cavill has a younger brother who is
coming on at a groat rale, and is
said to bo able to hold his own with
tho champion for a short distance.
Tho "Wooing of Kaala" will bo
presented on tho boards of tho
Opera House to-morrow ovening.
Tho costumes and scenery aro of an
elaborate description, and sinco tho
rehearsals havo all boon successful a
good entertainment is on tho tapis.
F. J. E. Walkor, photographer,
left on tho Kinau this afternoon to
eventually bring up at the Volcano.
Mr. Walker will take views of all
points of interest on Hawaii, being
m tho sorvico of tho Bureau of In
formation, for advertising tho coun
try in Japan.
Tho departure of tho S. S. Mari
posa was witnessed by a largo crowd
yesterday afternoon. Tho band was
present aud tho usual array of
wreath-bodockod passengers was
prominont on deck. Previous to her
departure tho band played a maich
coinposedrby,Ovido Miisin dining a
Items by tho Bark S. U. Allon from
San Francisco, October 0.
THE HALCYON IN" CAPTIVITY.
Tho schooner Halcyon is lying at
Esquimalt, British Columbia, with a
customs oillcor on board. Collector
Milne has not decided what action
to lako in hor case. (This is all that
is said about tho vossol in tho latost
D. W. Strong, who has chargo of
tho Oakland Free Library, met with
a pleasant surpriso tho other day
when ho found that his young no
phow, tho sou of Joo Strong, tho
artist, who is with llobort Louis
Stevenson at his Samoau homo, ar
rived on the steamer Alameda. Tho
lad had made his way alono from
Samoa, and was bound for Oakland,
whither ho comes to attend tho pub
lic schools. Ho will bo under tho
caio of his undo.
TO TEST THK TACLUSION LAW.
In tho case of Low Fong, tho Ghi
noso arrested for being illegally
within the United States, and who
was taken with eighteen more at
Monterey, a petition for a writ of
habeas corpus was allowed on tho
5th at San Francisco by Judge Mc
Kenna. Tho Governor took one
week to inako a complete return to
tho writ, and tho case has gone over
to bo sot when Judge McKonna can
hoar it. Tho petition alleges that
tho Gear bill, under which the pro
ceeding is taken, is unconstitutional
for shifting tho burden of proof to
tho accused. Tho eao is intended
to test tho new law on this question,
but will havo nothing to do with
TO SUCCEED OILMOIIE.
D. W. Eooves, now playing at tho
Portland (Oregon) Industrial Expo
sition, has received a toleirram from
St. Louis offering him tho leader
ship of Gilmoio's band, to succeed
tho lato foundor of tho famous
HAILTIOADED TO JAIL.
The claim of tho thirteen sailors
of the Bankburn, who woro impri
soned at Victoria for six weeks and
fined for mutiny, that they had boon
railroaded to jail appears to bo truo.
The discovery of an irregularity in
their cases will probably lead to
thoir release In ditect violation of
tho law Captain Davios of tho Bank
burn neither entered nor cloarcdjiis
vos.sol at Victoria.
THE MOHICAN' KIItES AT A SEALINO VES-
Tho sealing schooner Willar Ains
worth, Captain E. Cautillion, re
turned to Soattlo, Wash., Oct. 5,
from hor maidou sealing cruigo,
which netted 880 skins. Ainsworth
had an exciting brush with tho
United States stoamship Mohican on
May 2oth. Last year tho terms of
tho modus vivondi woro that any
schooner leaving port boforo tho
ngreomont had boon mado and not
being warned could not bo seized
for taking seals in Bohring soa.
Nearly alT tho schooners this year
loft port boforo tho now modus
vivondi had boon signed and did not
know that it provided for seizures in
tho sea whether or not warning had
boon given. Consequently every
schooner that sighted a man-of-war
tried to get awa' to avoid tho warn
On tho day mentioned, whonsonio
whuio to tho southwest of Middloton
island, tho Ainsworth sighted tho
Mohican and clapped on all sail to
escape. Tho Mohican gave chaso
with steam and sail and overtook
hor. As sho was almost along
side tho Ainsworth put about and
got away on a tack.
It was some minutes boforo tho
Mohican could got around, but whon
sho did sho boro down on tho schoon
or very fast. Again the Ainsworth
wont about and got away. Tho
commander of tho man-of-war thou
evidently lost his temper, for the
crow was piped to quarters aud a
gun run out forward.
This timo whon she camo within
hailing distance she commenced
blazing away. Fivo shots woro fired
and thou Captain Cautillion con
cluded to stop. iNo damage was
done the ship as tho balls whistled
Chief Saltos of tho Coour d' Alono
Indians hold a conforonco at Spo
kane, Wash., with tho Spokano In
dians under Chiefs Enoch, John
Stevens and Thomas Gary, rolativo
to tho romoval of tho latter tribo to
their portion of tho Comr d'Alono
In spito of tho peaco assiirancos of
Saltos, tho Spokanes woro obdurato
and doniandod money instead of tho
lands allotted to them, and the con
foronco was unsatisfactory.
According to tho tonus of tho ap
propriation each Indian over 5 years
of ago rccoivos eighty acres of laud.
Tho money appropriation is to bo
used bv A Kent Hardman to orcct
grist mills, buildings, purchaso cat-
is to bo
tho tribo to tho rosor-
At tho horso sale at Lexington,
Ky., tho Electioneer stallion Clay
was sold to M. Lo Compto of Paris
in the rrussian
Fight Betweon the Minister
Finance and the Assessor.
Discovory of America.
Onhu College and its dependency,
Punahou Preparatory School, recog
nized this, the four hundredth anni
versary of tho discovory of America
by Christopher Columbus. Those
schools had literary exorcises appro
priate to the day, and gavo tho stu
dents aud pupils a half holida' to
colobrato in thoir own way.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, foil against n rod
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho burn was so sovoro as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lady a battlo of Chamberlain's 1,'ain
Balm, which, after greasing tho soro,
sho applied. It soon romovod all
tho firo and eased tho pain, and in
ton days tho boy wos well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J, D. Mc
Laren, Koysport. Clinton county, 111.
For salo by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
Mr. C. A. Brown, removed from tho
position of tax assossor-in-chief by
tho Minister of Finance, up till this
morning porsistod in refusing to give
up tho keys of tho safe containing
tho records of his ollico.
Yesterday ovoning Ministor Mae
farlano sont a written notice to tho
ox-assessor to bo at tho tax ollico at
9 o'clock this morning, whon, if ho
still refused to suriendor tho l(iys,
tho safo would bo drilled open.
At tho appointed hour Mr. Brown
was thoro with his counsel, Mr. F.
M. Hatch. By order of tho Ministor
a framo was hi position over tho safo
for tho drilling apparatus. After a
protracted parley Air. Brown opened
tno salo aim cioiivorou up the re
cords, but declined lo hand over tho
koys, as tho safo was his private pro
perty. Tho authorities aro reticent as to
certain matters roportod to bo pond
ing botwoon tho Minister and tho
removed official. It is rumored on
the streot that thoro is a dispute as
to tho amount of cash that should
be on hand in tho tax ollico. Mr.
Brown, it is said, admits that some
of tho cash is hold down town for
Another rumored subject of con
troversy is as to tho payment of tho
assessor's own taxos for lost year,
amounting to a round thousand dol
lars. Tho Ministor is also reported to bo
investigating tho matter, referred to
in Attorney - General Neumann's
speech tho other night, of a bribe in
tno shape of a pieco of laud, alleged
to havo boou offered to a member of
tho Legislature for voting against
If one's hands perspire easily
whon doing delicate work, thoy
should bo bathed in a few drops of
eau-do-Cologno from time to time.
through tho rigging. Some of tho
crow narrowly escaped being hit.
Ensign Harrison camo aboard and
served ollicial warning to keep out
of tho soa, Mr. Harrison is a nephew
of President Harrison.
Captain Cautillion heard nothing
during tho voyage of the schooner
Maggie. Mac of Victoria, reported
missing. Ho fears sho is lost.
OATTLU LOSS IN ARIZONA.
The weather lias turned much
cooler during tho last fow days in
Arizona and abundant rains in tho
mountains insure a good winter for
cattle, which havo suffered much for
tho past, six months. Tho loss is
said to havo boon .'50 por cent.
Orders have been icceived at San
Diego instructing tho commanders
of tlie cruisers Charleston and Unit i
moiti to sail Friday morning for llo
dondo, and tho four days' drill which
had been planned with tho local
company of Naval Kosorvcs must bo
deferred. The ollicors aro greatly
disappointed, as thoy had expected
to remain at San Diego several weeks.
Whether thoy will return or rendez
vous at Jtudondo is not known.
KEMAIlKAllLi: COMMUNION KEISVIOK.
The triennial general convention
of Bishop of tho American Episco
pate assembled at Baltimore Oct. 5.
impressive communion services woro
hold, celebrated by Bishop Whipple
of Minnesota. Tno hormon wab de
livered by Bishop Wilmer. Tho
gathering at tho ohnncol rail for
communion was a remarkable one, a
prominent figure among the laymen
being Melville W. Fuller, Chief .Jus
tice of tho United States Supremo
Court, who knelt side by sido with a
colored clergyman nt tho commu
nion rail. The House of deputies
was organized in tho afternoon by
the unanimous election of ltov. Mor
gan Dix of Now York as president.
tlo, etc. Transportation
Corbott wants nothing to do with
Goddnrd. His only gamo is Mit
chell. TElUUBLE TIME IN CHILE.
Chilean advices say vandalism, in
fluenza, highway robborj'j railway
disasters, havo now suicide as a
powerful all in thoir work of de
struction in Chile. Scnrcoly a day
passes that cases of self-murder aro
not roportod either at tho capital or
Valparaiso, while reports aro con
stantly reaching tho city from tho
interior of similar occurrences.
Tho Poi tugucso gunboat Guadiana
has foundered off Cascaes, fifteon
miles west of Lisbon on tho Atlan
tic. All on board woro saved.
THE SAMOAN NAVAL STATION ASSUI1ED.
At last tho United States is in a
position to establish the long-desired
coal station at Samoa. During tho
ugly complications thoro growing
out of tho claim of Germany to
supremacy on the islands and after
tho destruction of tho United States
fleet by a hurricane tho old conces
sion to tho United States of tho har
bor of Pago Pago was revived, and
Congress appropriated $100,000 for
tho establishment of a coaling sta
tion. It was necessary to acquire twenty
five acres needed for tho station, but
it was found thero woro numerous
claimants, and to save controversy
and timo tho Government was ob
liged to 1)113 flM adverse claims, pay
ing .?r000 for them. Tho romaindor
of the appropriation is to bo applied
to the purchaso of lands adjoining
tho station propor for a garrison
that may eventually bo quartered at
tho station. The remaining funds
will bo applied to the construction
of a lauding wharf, tho plans of
which havo rocontly boon completed.
Work will commence as soon as all
claims aro quieted. v
DIED FIlOM IIVDROPIIOUIA.
William Lincoln, tho former paj
ing teller of ono of tho largost na
tional banks in Now York CiCy, died
on tho 4th inst. from kydrophobiaat
his handsome residonco in Morrisi
ana. Tho doctors agree that it was
a gouuine caso of rabies.
TO IH'FINn SUOAll.
A stock company organized lo en
gage in the refining of sugar has
just been incorporated at Yonkors,
N. Y. It is known as tho National
Sugar Rofiuing Company of Yon
kors, and is composed of D.H.Hon ell,
Nathaniel Tookor and Albert Banker.
Tho capital stock is $750,000. Tho
company bought tho plant used for
sugar boiling for the past forty years
by Jacob Road, and expects soon to
turn out 1000 barrels of sugar a day.
WORK OF THE MAFIA.
In an investigation into the death
of Eligoro Martino, an Italian, killed
in a'Chicago saloon, tho police havo
found evidence that it was tho work
of tho Mafia. Sovon Italians who
wero present at tho timo of the mur
der havo boon arrested.
INVOLVES EIOUT MILLIONS.
In tho suit of Congressman James
Beldeu against Judge Stevenson
Burke ancV othors, and tho Colum
bus, Toledo and Hocking Valley
Railroad, involving $8,000,000, Jus
tice Ingraham at Now York gavo
judgment for the defendants.
OLOOM AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
The truth is at last faced that
thero is no power on earth can save
tho life of Mrs. Harrison, wifo of tho
President of tho United States.
Tho moutal aud physical strain
upon uio x resiueut miring tno iusi
two months has boon very groat and
has loft its mark upon him. At tho
Cabinet mooting on Octobor 1 Mr.
Harrison for tho first timo gavo out
ward ovidonco of tho great affliction
which is hanging over him. His ad
visors saw it and considerately with
drew, seeing that ho was too deeply
moved to discuss affairs of stato un
der such trying circumstances.
Tho strain upon tho President has
boon almost more than he could
bear. His nnxioty for the fate of
his wifo has been londorod doubly
acute by tho demands made upon
him by tho exigencies of tho Presi
dential campaign, as well as by im
portant affairs of state that hao
called for consideration and adjust
ment. CONDITION OF TUItKEY.
Thoro is friction
Cabinet. Its president, Count ,Eu
lenberg, has taken affront at Count
Caprivi's moving of the military bill,
although he is no longer I'lemier.
Emperor William is striving to check
tho current of discontent.
VENEZUELA IICDKLS SUCfTCDINa.
The rebel Genoral Crcspo is just
oufsido the gates of Caiacas, Venez
uela. Tho Government troops have
been signally defeated. President
Pullido is virl
frlually deprived of his
Tho jury in the case of Freitas vs.
Dias 3ostorda3' afternoon tendered a
vordict for the plaintiff.
Judge Dole is presiding nt leini
A foreign jury is trying the cne
of C. L. Carter, assignee aud attor
ney in fact of J no. Brodie, vs. Onhu
Railway & Land Company a claim
for $2000, balance on account. Thurs
ton & Frear for plaintiff; Hatch for
KAHULUI FIltE CASE.
On tho 27th of October, 181)1, a
foreign jury rendered a verdict for
$1501.41, in favor of Theo. 11. Davios
& Co., plaintiff, vs. Wildor's Steam
ship Company, defendant, being
amount of claim for goods destroyed
in tho burning of the Knhului ware
house. A motion for a new trial
mado I)' tho defendant company
has boon ponding over sinco. To
day Justices Bickorlon and Dole
gave an oral decision in banco, deny
ing tho motion. Chief Justice J udd
being disqualified from personal in
terest did not join in the considera
tion of tho motion. Hart well for
plaintiff; Hatch for defendant.
Tho latest oont, in the many
tones which nave oi inio neon c
ited lo tho record of the god Cupid,
is that of the quiot marriage this
afternoon of Mr. Leonard Parish
with Miss Mar3' Dowsed, second
eldest daughter of Hon. .lames 1.
Dowsed of this oil3. The ceremony
took place at 11 o'clock, at St. An
drew's Cathedral, and was solemn
ized by Rev. A. Mackintosh. Aftor
tho ceremony tho briilu and frroom,
with tho wedding party, which in
cluded Only relatives and tho imme
diate friends of tho happy couple,
onjoyed an elaborate wedding break
fast at tho residonco of tho bride's
father at Palama.
Mr. and Mrs. Parish loft this aftor
noon at 2 o'clock in the steamer Ki
nau for Ulupalakua, Maui, whore
M.r. I'ansn win assumo tno manage
ment of the Ulupalakua Plantation.
A largo gathering of friends and ac
quaintances saw tho hnppy couple
on route to their destination.
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Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckols' Bank.
Office of J). II. Hurnhtttn, Chief of Construction, World's)
Columbian Krpovtion, 118 The Rookery, Chicago,
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M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.
My hint order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanki for briny so prompt.
I wish to state, that I am using your Plates eichnively for all
work done on these ground for the official record of construction.
Of course comment by me (is to the good qualities of the S(ed
Plate are entirely unncveswry.
C. J). ARNOLD,
The Seed Plates
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109 Fort Street,
FALL SEASON 1892.
Choice Pattern Hats & Bonnets
Tliero Is u now l'lizlu out. TliN iniio-(TUt-lonking
brain torimmtor Is cuilfil the
I'in I'iis-Iu, ami unylioily can niiiku ono for
lilniwlf ulth a lilt (if paper anil pencil and
mx pliiH, Here Ik tho diagram ;
Minister llirbch has arrived in tho
United Stales from hit post in Con
htantinoplo. Ho haid that theio was
an underlying current of discontent
anions tho classes in Turkey, but
that thoro was no danger of war or
rebellion. Ho know nothing, ho
said, about tho stories that tho Sul
tan is practically bankrupt.
ON TUB TUKF.
In tho yearling race at Vancouver,
Wash., Oct. 15, Ella T., a (illy by
Altaiuont out of a Coast Itango
uiare, took the firt heat in 2:!) 1 and
the second in 2:37. This is said to
bo tho fastest heat and also the fast
est two boats over trotted in a race
by a yearling.
Tho four days' trotting mooting
was begun at Hickory Grovo track,
llaeiuo, Wis., Oct. 5. Jay-Eyo-Sco
was to bo bout to boat his record on
Friday. Tho gelding is in liuo trim,
and will buyout to Columbia, Tonn.,
aud entered in tho $f()00 stake race
I aga'uiht Flying Jib and others.
The object h to ntli-k :lx pint on
fix of this blaul; dots In Hitch u nian
nur that no two iiIiih hIiiiII ho on the
same line, either horizontal, vertical or
Although It niav ho illlllcult to work out
tliirt l'uzle, Mill thero in mnllllluulty in im
ileritauilini;or appiccliitini; the Policlus is
sued by tho KQlHTAlll-i: ,I Vi: AhBUlt
AKOKfcOOlKTV. They aro clear, buHlneiei
like, coiiuIm) and xl tuple,
BRUCE & A. J. (JAM-WRIGHT,
Oeiicral AtjentH for Hawaiian Inlands.
L. KONG- FEE,
Kurt street, next lo ("lull Btalihn,
&- Lately Cutter nuil .Manatr of (loo
Kim it (Jo. (Jtiaraiitccit (loud Tit and lieu
tunable, Priced, l'atroimt;o follcited,
DIRKOT FltOM 1'AUIS AND
jEIIGrJEdL -A-Jr-i -L
Millinery Novelties !
On Tuesday, Oct..
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
INKIT.OTION HOI.IOITIM). -SA
104 Fort, Streot, Honolulu,
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
nv i.aht bti:ami:u a vvi.u i.isn ok
lllaek ("uhhniere I'J-iueh wide, oO conU per
yard and upwards,
llluck India l.awu, lllaek Trench Utwu,
lllaek Batteen In l'lain and Floured,
lllaek Calico in Plain and Filmed,
lllaek, Cotton, Bilk ami Kid (1 loves In all
lllaek HtiH'klin-s for l.adion and Children,
lllaek Hilk Warp llenrietto Cloth,
Kit'., ).te., Klo., Klo,
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
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