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Arrive Honolulu ,8:: 11:53
1'KAHIj Oitv Local.
Arrivo Pcnrl Olty
Leave Penrl Clty..l:R."
Arrivo llotiolnlu.7::!0 .. .
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
. , 8 Saturduys excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
iiy c. J. LYONS.
Fh'ht Quarter of the Mcon on tlioSStli lit lOh.
55m. 11. 111.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1892.
Tukshay, Oct. 25.
Stnir W G Hall from Jltuii and Hawaii
Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Am liktnc Discovery, JIcNcil, for San
Stnir Cltmdine for JIaui and Hawaii at 5
; p in
Stmr James' Makeo for Hmialci ami Hanii-
inalilu.nt 4'p in
Stmr Iwalani for Kanai at 5 p in
Stmr Kaala for Waianae anil Mokuleia at
10 n in
Sclir Jlille Morris for Kooluu
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Kooluu
Sclir Knwailaui for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Pelo for Waimoa and Jfakiiwoli
Cargoo3 from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall fiSSO bags sugar, 180 bags
eoll'eo, 111 bags aw a, 2:! head cattle, 7
udls lilacs and 1UU jings sumlrie.s.
KorJIolokai, per stmr Mokoiii, Oct 24
Kt Kev liishop of Pauopulis, 1) SlcCorris
ton, H AlcCorriston, Miss S McCorriston, J
A Kulioonel and 15 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr 'W G
Hall, Oct 25 Bishop Willis, Miss May
Ward. Miss Lucy Wind, Miss K I.add, JIrs
) Petty. A 41 Fredrick, A II Wise, J K Na
halo and wife, Miss KUala Shaw, J Costa
and wife, Ye Uhong and wife, Miss Chong,
Mr Sinicona and (55 deck.
Chief Ollicur Emerson, late of the Iwa
liuii, is now on the 0. it. Bishop.
The steamer Mikahala lias been laid up
and the Iwalani takes her place this even
ing. The, hai'kcntine Discovery, D. McNeill
master, sailed this afternoon for the Golden
Gate with a cargo of 4-11(1 bags sugar,
weighing 41)3,02.1 pounds, and valued at
Tim steamer l'ele received ono hundred
tons of coal.ln a novel way yesterday. The
coal was taken from the hold of the bark
Glade out on thoyardarin and dumped
into the l'ele lying'ulongslde. This is the
first time a steamer lias received coal from
a vessel In this way.
GAY In Iteillands, C'al., September 28.
18!)2. Percy Sinclair Gay, Infant son of
Geo. 8. aiid Marion K. Gay, aged 10
A Good' Tnmg to Keop at Hand.
From tin: Troy (A'a Unas)-Chirf.
Somo years ago wo woro vor3' much
subject to sovoro spoils of cholera
morbus; and now when wo feel any
of the symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc., wo
become scary. "Wo havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea llomedy tho very thing to
straighten ono out in such cases, and
.always keep it about. Wo aro not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our roadors know what is
a good thing to keep handy in tho
house.',-. Tor t salo by all dealers.
Benson; Smith" & Co., Agonls for tho
Something Nov in Ranges.
TllO PaCII'IO IlAlimVARK Co., (L'cl.),
havo just rccoivod au invoice of tho
M. & D, Wrought Steel IIanoes
which aro tjunorior to an.
tno Kind vot nivontou. 'I hoy
boon adontod bv tho United States
Navy and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, Sau Fraucisco and Boston and
othor now vossols. Also on sovoral
of tho now vossols latoly built for
tho trado between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these Kanges
will at once show thoir many advan
tages ovor all competitors.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days whon wo
woro young, nono aro inoro promi
nent than sovoro sickness. Tho
youu mother vividly romombors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Jtomedy cured hor of croup, and in
turn administers it to her own otf
spring and always with tho best re
sults. For salo by all doalors. Bon
sou, Smith ii Co., Agents for tho
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Legislature has adjourned
until Monday noxt.
Diamond Hoad 3 p. in. Weather,
hazy, wind light southwest.
JRov. Bishop Willis rot urned from
a Hying visit to Kona, Hawaii, by
tho W. G. Hall this afternoon.
A middle-aged nativo kahuna was
brought down a prisoner on tho
stoamor W. G. Hall this afternoon.
Mr. Crowley wishes to state, that
no person not omployod on tho stage
will bo allowed thereon Thursday
A battalion of marines and blue
jackets was landed from tho U. S.
S. Alliance this morning for drill on
Captain Freeman will take com
mand of tho Bt earner Iwalani this
evening, Mr. McAllister going as
D. Logan, editor of tho Hui.u:tin,
was again remanded on tho charge
of criminal libol in tho Police Court
Tho S. S. Yamashiro Mnru will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu on
November lfith with 700 male immi
grants for labor.
J.- W. Gibbs, charged with assault
on Hon. R. W. Wilcox, will appear
in tho Police Court to-morrow morn
ing to answer to tho charge.
An illustrated pamphlet on Bri
tish Columbia has boon received
from Theo. H. Davies & Co.. agents
for tho Canadian Pacific Bailwa'.
Tho dredgo was taken out to work
on tho bar yestorday to clear away a
few mounds. It is under tho super
vision of Mr. J. Dj'or and Engineor
Mr. Fligii is coming to Honolulu
as Japanese Consul, in placo of Mr.
Masaki. The S. S. Yamashiro Maru
next month will bring tho now Con
sul and take away tho old one.
Tho barkontino Discovery took
thirty-nine Japanese passengers for
San Francisco to-flay. A temporary
houso was built on the deck and
bunks erected to accommodate them.
The band concert at Emma Square
last evening was largoly attended.
Libornio's solo was oncored. Tho
vocal selection "Mary Green" made,
a groat hit after somo time of sus
pension. Thero will bo a grand concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow even
ing. Prof. Bergor has arranged a
very attractive, program, which will
consist of solos, and an enjoyable en
tertainment is anticipated.
Tho funeral of tho late Captain J.
H. Brown took placo yestoiday after
noon from tho family residence,
Borotania street. The services were
conducted by tho Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh, and tho interment was at the
Makiki cemetery. The pall-bearers
woro: Messrs. J. A. Hassinger, D.
Da3'tou, Arthur Jones, G. Koss, S.
Savidge, G. W. C. Jones, M. Brown,
A Lady Assaulted and Robbed on
Alakoa Street in the Early Even
ing. A lady named Mrs. Colburn was
robbed last evening about (5:150
o'clock, in front of tho Central
House, Alakoa street, ly somo un
known man. Mrs. Coloman had just
como out of tho placo whim the man,
passing up quickly behind her, slap
pod hor face, stunning her somewhat.
She had a satchel in her hand which
was oithor dropped or snatched from
hor. It contained fort3 dollars. Be
fore she could recover tho thief dis
appeared in tho lane leading to tho
Camera Club rooms.
Chas. Leonard, a well-known char
actor, was arrested this afternoon on
suspicion of having committed the
robbory. Leonard has a room at t ho
THE KONA MUBDEB.
J. Costa and wife, charged with
tho murdor of Mrs. Costa's sister,
were brought to town on the steam
er W. G. Hall this afternoon. Thoro
was a largo and iuquisitivo crowd
eager to catch a glimpse of tho al
leged criminals. Costa is a diminu
tive middlo-agod man, rather weak
looking, but with a steadfast gaze.
His wife is quite tho opposite in ap
pearance. Sho looked broken down
and wore a sorrowful look. TI103'
havo boon committed for trial, and
woro mot at the landing by 1'olico
ollicor Louis Touissaiut and assist
ant. Supremo Court.
C. L. Carter, assignee and attor-noy-in-faot
of J no. Brodio, vs. Oahu
Railway & Land Company.' Tho
foreign jury yoslorday returned n
verdict for plaintiff for tho amount
claimed, $2000; and interest. Thurs
ton & Frear for plaintiff; Hatch for
M. W. McOhesnoy & Sons. vs. AVil
dor's Steamship Company. Damage.
Appeal from Folico Court of Hono
lulu. Hartwoll for plaintiffs; Hatch
for dofondant-nppolfant. Begun yes
Thoro aro three other cases of
damage against tho Wilder Steam
shin Company, nil boing on account
of losses by the Kaliului lire. Judge
Dole takes tho placo of Chief .Justice
Judd, presiding at this term, for tho
trial of theso cases owing to interest
of tho Chiof Justice.
Judge Bickorton is still hearing
tho double divorce case of a Portu
guese couple, this boing the third
day of tho trial.
An advertiser in the Birmingham
Post announces: "Young gentleman
is founding a now roligion, which is
sure to become popular, and desires
a lady of means to assist him in the
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1892.
The Assembly convened for prayer
at 10 o'clock. Tho minutes of the
previous meeting woro read and ap
proved. Noble Cornwoll said that as thoro
was no sign of a Cabinet appearing
ho would move adjournment until
Noble Thurston said that before
noxt Monda3 tho monthly salaries
would bo duo and if no salaries woro
paid it would not bo tho fault of tho
Legislature. The public business is
being blocked 1)3' tho inaction of
those whose duty it is to take action.
The Legislature has presented to
Her Majesty in a dignified manner
tho suggestion of a course which
might bo followed. From appear
ances no Cabiiiot would bo formed
before next Monday, and it was un
fair to havo the moinbors hanging
around wasting their time, espe
cially when thoy got no pay there
for. Ho would second the motion
for adjournment until noxt Monda3
At 10:08 the Assembly adjourned
in accordance with Noble Cornwoll's
Opium Possessors Fined and Im
prisoned to the Full Limit of tho
Tho famous opium case in which
Ah Foo and Ng Chin woro charged
with tho unlawful possession of 871
tins of tho drug was continued in
the Police Court this morning. Ah
Foo pleaded yuilty 3-esterda3', and
in his evidence to-day assumed all
tho rcsponsihilit' l3r saying that the
opium was tho proportj of a clans
man of his in California. Ho. had
rented tho tooin from tho Toug On
Jan Compaii3 and was in tho habit
of l)U3'ing and selling articles to his
countrymen. His clansman in Cali
fornia had often sent goods to him
for disposal. Previous to the arrest
a white man had come to him and
said ho had ten barrels of salt cab
bago for him. Tho barrels were
marked "H.L." Ah Foo told tho
white man to bring the barrels on
Monday morning. When tho bar
rels arrived ho directed tho white
man to the storo-room rented 13
him. On opening tho barrels ho
found tho3' contained opium. Ho
procured some cases, marked "T. O.
J.," and began to pack tho opium in
tliom, when the otlicers arrived and
lie was arrested.
Tho ovidenco of Ng Chin, tho
other defendant, dtinicd having any
knowledge of the opium being on
tho promise.'.. Tho linn of T. O. J.
Co., of which ho was manager, had
imported live barrels of salt cabbage
and two or three barrels of iisli b3r
tho Australia and these woro still in
the store. Ng Chin's evidence closed
tho defense. Police Justice Foster
after reviewing tho evidence found
defendants guilt3 and sentenced
each to pay a lino of $250 aiuPno
imprisoned at hard labor for ono
year, Ah Foo to pa3 SI costs and Ng
Chin $1.10 costs. P. Neumann and
0. Creighton for the prosecution;
A. P. Peterson and W. C. Aclii for
tho defendants. An appeal was
noted to tho Supremo Court in both
In passing sentence Judge Foster
stated that ho was of tho opinion
that a hoavj' fine was tho proper
punishment for opium smuggling,
but as the Legislature had not in
jus opinion made the lino bovoro
enough to punish properly persons
engaged largoty in tho busiuoss ho
would impose tho highest ponalt7
the law permitted. The case of tho
prisoners at the liar was different to
that of sailors and other non-residents
caiitrht with a tin or two in
possession. II any
of tho firm were brought up and
proved to havo been similarly en
gaged ho would sentence thein
Found by tho Fatlior After Throe
Thoro was quite a stir and excite
ment between an eldorl3' nativo and
n young halfcaste, omploycd in Hol
listor A: Co.'s soda factory. Tho
trouble was all ovor a young daugh
ter of the old gentleman who had
been spirited nwa' b' the half-casto
and kept in hiding at Aala, near tho
St. Louis College. Yesterday the
father learned of the whereabouts
ot his l;ail:timilmir, a pretty piece
of feminine beauty, and visited tho
house with the result that ho found
his daughter, whom ho had missed
three (lavs. After quest ion'mi; the
young lady he elicited the facts of
tiio case. The father sought the
youth and after threatening' a good
sized ruction secured his promise to
marry the girl. Tho dato of tho
wedding litis been set for Saturday
next at the father's home on Bore
tauia street, and preparations are in
progress for a luau on a largo scale,
111 commemoration of tho event.
11. li. M. S, Champion, tho British
warship which recently annexed
Cornwallis island, near Hawaii, was
lately tit the Island of Aitutaki
(Ilervey Uroup), from Honolulu, en
gaged 111 surveying tho lagoon thero
with tho object of finding out the
cost of making a ship passage
through tho reef, which encloses a
very huge and safe harbor at that
island. The Champion, which is one
of tho vossols on tho Northern J'nei
11c, was hourly expected at Haro
toiiga when tho Hichuiond left. From
thoro sho goes to Tahiti and Valpar
aiso. Miss Elderly You havo no idea
how I admire Hyron. Young man
(cynically) I presume you woro per
sonally acquainted with him. Texas
Oommonts on Hawaiian Affairs in
tho Amorican Pross.
Tho Louisiana lottery is trying to
got a foothold in the Sandwich
Islands. If it succeeds, tho question
of annexation will be settled forever.
It will not bo long before tho gigan
tic. Bwindlo will own tho islands, and
the opora kingdom will bo known as
tho lottery kingdom. Tho directors,
of course, will hope to do a largo
business in tho United Stales, whoio
thoy havo thus far found fools so
plentiful, but, with duo vigilance on
tho part of the authorities here, tluy
should find it more dillicult to
operate from Honolulu than from
Now Orleans. It ought to ho possi
ble, whon tho octopus has finally
moved its body from this county,
to mako it draw all its tentacles after
it. Chicago Jlcraltl.
Agents of tho Louisiana lottery
now at Honolulu havo offered an im
monso sum of money to tho Hawai
ian Government in exchange for a
charter. If U103' succeed the offices
of tho company will bo removed
from Now Orleans to tho Sandwich
Islands, but tho ticket birycrs will,
as heretofore, bo free-born and en
lightened American citizens. J)u
011711c (la.) Lcdtjrr.
Tho Louisiana lottery has made
application for a charter to the Ha
waiian Government, and a bill is
now before the Legislature at Hono
lulu. Tho company offers to pay
$500,000 a year for twont j'-fivo years,
for a chartor, if it can bo free from
all othor taxos and havo tho uso of
tho mails. Tho latter condition is
one of tho means ly which it hopes
to continuo business in tho United
States. Tho plan might bo mot ly
action on our part, refusing to 10
coivo and distribute mail from Hono
lulu, or to accopl letters addressed
to that count r3 so long as the lot
tor3 shall bo permitted the uso of
tho Hawaiian mails. Such action on
tho part of tho United States would
mako tho charter well nigh valueless.
A KL'SSY COUNTRY.
What a fuss liny do make out in
tho Sandwich Islands. For years
tho people thoro havo boon niakimr
moro to do about their little kinder
garten government than havo Eng
land and tho United States together.
Thoy aro great politicians the Sand
wich Islanders, or olso tlmy have
some groat newspaper correspond
ents among them.- -Jkx Moinm (la.)
A CHOOKKI) ITEM.
Tho Portland Orcgonian, although
it lately had an interview with Col.
Ashford, makes use of tho following
grotesquely false telegram about
him. Tho only thing in it with any
truth is the statement of the tour
ist's arrival at Saltun:
"Salem, Or., Sept. 11- Vol my V.
Ashford, of Honolulu, arrived hero
to-day from San Francisco. He will
bo remembered as connected, as
secretary of state, with the new gov
ernment at Honolulu dining the fac
tional trouble a few weeks ago."
A KIIIE.NDLY PEN.
Frederick Stearns, who not long
ago visited these islands and' con -tributed
sovoral illustrated articles
on what ho saw and hoard horo, to
tho Detroit Free Pross, has an illus
trated paper on "Hawaiian Fisher
men" 111 tho same paper of dato
Looking Forward to Competition
with Hawaii in Sugar.
Mr. Doty, Amorican Consul at
Tahiti, is visiting San Francisco on
important business. Mr. Dot organ
ized and became Vico-Prosidont of
the Tahiti Commercial and Improve
ment Company, a corporation form
ed to establish steamship communi
cation between San Francisco and
Tahiti. Tho capital stock is Sl.lXX).-
1 000, half of which was subscribed in
Now York and in this city. Tho
lahiti Government agreed to grant
an annual subsidy of JKJ(i,(KX) for one
steamer, and the United States Gov
ernment promised tho niileago al
lowance of 05 cents for btoainors of
tho fourth class, under tho provi
sions of tho recent Subsidy Act.
Tho company intonded to operate a
plantation in Tahiti, and to
ship sugar, pearls, cocoanut, manila
and other products. The death of
Andrew Crawford, who was to take
a largo block of tho stock, frightened
some Eastern shareholders, and the
scheme collapsed. Mr. Doty is here
trying to interest other capitalists
in his enterprise.
"There is no reason," Haiti Mr.
Dotj-, "why Tahiti should not com
pote successfully with Hawaii in
manufacturing sugar. Tahiti is the
original home of the sugar cane,
which was brought from that island
to (lie Hawaiian group. Wo can
produce sugar in Tahiti for &18 a
ton, whereas the minimum cost of
production in Honolulu iB&')!i a ton.
All wo want is some means of trans
portation to get ittto tho market
choaply and quickly. Thu present
arrangement by which freight and
passengers aro convoyed between
Sau Francisco and Tahiti is unsatis
factory and inadequate."
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoja should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera mid Diarrhoea He
niedy. Many cases havo been cuied
by it after all else had failed ami
skilled physicians woro powerless.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Sn(ith Co., Agents for the Hawai
with bprines, also 11 nec-
ond-hund Lender .
M.3t II. V. BOilMIHT iV bO.NH.
IT IB KKtjUKSTKO THAT AM.
X claims of every nature ami description
UKiiiiwl the HiiilurHltuiwl liu wilt to Musr.ru.
1', ('. Jones 1111J (UxHrey llrown nt as early
a dale a a possible.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, Ibtf-'. 651-lw
SORE THROATS CURED BY YITA OIL.
HOIMtON, NHWMAN & CO., Agent",
WHY YOTT SHOULD TAKD
WORTH A GUINEA A DOS."
the seat of
2 S.- .
a (treat but-;!
rre made there. Thcy,
are a apecilic for all '
iNcrroiiM nnii nu-:;
X Inni I)lordii-H arising from Wruki
c iuminr.i, iiiipnirril ntprpittlon.iil
1 1'rurreu uur
and nil Female ! 1
UHEY ARE COVERED WITH
A TARTFIFKR i
ami snniniF r.nATiNn. '
Of all druc(Ti,u, 1'rlcc 25 ccnUa box. i
Nw York Omtit. iSe CinalSt.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKN'KIl VOKT AND KINO STUKKTS.
Sods of St Oiw. Piaiie
On Saturday, Nov. iitli.
LOOK Ol'T b'Ol! A HOOD HMD I
Return Tickets $1; Gtaildran 00c
Foot Rain.-!, ViliAi-j, Eh., Etc.
Good Prizes to be Competed For I
Dancing in lie Pavilion!
THE PIN PUZZLE
TIuti) is a now l'uzlo out. This innocent-looking
bruin tormentor is cullcil till!
1'iii l'117li-, and unylioily can make one for
lmn(.'lf with u lilt or pii)uriinil jicikmI anil
six pins. Horo is lln lUnrum:
TI10 object is to stli-lc six pins on
six of tlio black ilots in Midi. 11 milli
ner Unit no two pin's shall lie on tho
siinie line, either hnruoiitnl, vertical or
Although it may be ililllcnlt to work out
this l'nyle, still there is no tlllllcult.y in tui
ilerstanillni' or uiipreciutini' the I'olicies is
sued by the KQUtTMIMt LWV. ASSUK
A N'OK SOI 'I KV Y. They are clear, business
like, conci-e ami simple.
BRUCE & A. J. CAimRIGHT,
Oeneral Agents for Hawaii. 111 Islands.
Htiyal i li waii-in 0iiM-a I iouse
L. J. I.KVKV,
Itv reiiue-t of audience who were
present 011 Saturday evening last to wit
ness tho Kirst Performance of Tun Ha
waiian Dii vm Tir Oomtvni, and at the ur
gent desire of the hundreds who were un
able to Kiiln admission
The Grand Hawaiian Romantic Drama
in Three Acts:
"The Wooing ofKaala"
V.'ll.l. III'. lIKI'KATiai
On Thursday Evening
Xe.t with Improved Appointments and
In the Interlude a Choleo and Varied
I'roeraininn will bo presented, con-
eliidliiKW'ith tlmdrnnil lllMori-
cal Drama In One Act:
Kapiolani Defying I Goddess Pele
Several ricenes of the Volcano
will be given.
" Nothlnt; micceedH llliii Miceess."
Ctf Don't miss thu opportunity to n-ii
a Hawaiian Dramatic Company who can
I hold their vw 11 on any stage.
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
tSF b'ecuii) your tlcKeU early 11 1 J.. J.
Uivev's anil avoid tliu crush. AM I-It
-UIK ItlCCllTI.AU JIBUTI N(l OK T1IK
1'iic 0 lliuilwaru l o.. lil, w ill bo
held at their olllco 011 .MONDAY, Oct. Ill,
INi'-', at luirelnok ,. m.
jii:i:tin(i or tiii:
of the Wiiianau Coin-
pany will be belt
at 10 o'clock A.
on -MUM JAY, Uet.lllxt,
M., at the olllco of O. O.
FOR SALE OH TO LET
ONi: (10OD Ul'HIUJIT PIANO; ALSO
Oliu Siitaiu Piano. Will Mill on rea
Minablo terniH or will let for Three Dollar
I and l'ifty t'entu (fLM) per month. They
Will lie III IIIK.M w, ni, mil iiiiiiii,.-
uientH can bo made to wn thciu hy tele-
phoning to the uiiilvrnftuu'il.
1 fiw-lw N. 1"'. M'WIKSS,
rpiiK wiikkITy ihjij,i:tin-2s cou
JL limns of InlcrudtiiiK Heading Mutter.
IhIiuhU,!; mailed to foreign i-ouutrleii, f 5,
- "S-..I. -'""'w
mm-: goods you have been waiting for
and which wo havo worn out typo tolling you we
expected, arrived by (he above vessel 22 days froinSan
We do not wish to
stopped because you could not gut the right sort of 'Oocic
taii, fiXKit. We have them now, the double shullle sort
and the Cocktail will be all the
"Pdattohm iScai.kr with "Bag attachments aro new with
us and are needed on sugar and rice plantations.
Gatk City Fiirmts, the only means of purifying
water and ridding it of bacteria, microbes and mud, can be
had of us in any size.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
iFALL SEASON 1892.
On Tuesday, Oct. IS
AND FOLLOWING DAJfS.-
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Office of 1). II. Hurnhnm,
M. A. SEED nil)'
St. Louis, Mo.
My lust order for I'lales arrived very promptly, I'lease accept
tUanhs for being xo prompt.
I wih to slate, that I inn using your Plates exclusively for alt
work done on these grounds for the official record of construction.
Of course comment hy me as to the good iuah'tlts of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary, . ,
The Seed Plates
tar A.I2.B FOR SALE ONLY BTT
109 Fort Street,
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1Y I.AWT STKAJ1KU A l'Tl.li LINK OK
Ulack ('aliunde (.Much wide, W) cents per
yard mid upwards.
Illuel; India I .awn. llluek French Uiwn.
lllaek Halteeu in Plain and l'Mgured.
llluek Calico in Plain and Kigured.
B. F. EHLERS
use of liquors if you
mixed in it.
Hats k Bonnets
m l mm:m
Chief of Countriietioii, Wnrlil'nl
ll.'iU The liaokery, Chicago.
May I), 1SU2
HoxiolialtT, H. I.
Ulack, Cotton, Bilk ami Kid OIovcm in till
llluek HliM'kingn fur Uulles and Chlblren.
Ulack bik Wurii llenrU-ltu Clotltn,
lite, I.'to., V.W " Ktc.
& CO.'S, 99 Fort St,