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Tho attention of Property Owners In tho
City of Honolulu Is especially called to nn
Act defining Highways approved October
15, 1892, niul more particularly to tho fol
OWNEU OH ADUTTOIl TO CONSTRUCT AT
Section It. All sidewalks shall lo con
structed and maintained at tho expense of
tho adjoining owner or almttor subject to
tho provisions of Section 12 of this Act.
Suction 12. After thq establishment of
grades of strcot In Honolulu, as by law
proscribed, tho said Minister may require
tho owners of tho land adjoining any
street, tho grade of which has been estab
lished, to construct sidewalks In accord
ance with tho grado of tho strcot and to
comply with tho regulations regarding the
material and construction of such side
walks. CONSTRUCTION BY OWNER.
Section 13. If any such owner, after
recoivlng notice to construct a sidewalk,
as provided In Section 12 hereof, shall nog
lcct or refuse to comply with such direc
tion for sixty days after notice, tho Minis
tor may proceed to construct such side
walk at the expense of such owner, such
expense shall be a lien on tho property in
front of which such sidewalk Is construct
ed, and tho Minister may recover tho
amount of such Hen, and the oxpenso and
costs of tho same, by action at law in as
sumpsit, or by action allowed by law and
equity, or that may be prescribed by
statute .J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 2S, 180:5.
All persons holding Commissions as
Special Police on the Island of Oaha, arc
hereby directed to return such Commis
sions to tho Marshal's Oflleo on or before
SATURDAY, the 4th day of March
W. O. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Office, Feb. 28, 1893.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 6 o'clock p.m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 18!M.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, lH'Ji, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
the Interior Office.
On tho other Islands it shall bo done at
the Offices of the several 8heriu"s.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 589-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893.
For tho interesting fresh day's
news from Washington we are in
debted to tho San Francisco Exami
ner, tho entire budget being special
to that journal. Owing to a pressure
of affairs incident to steamer sailing
day, comments are deferred.
The best answer to tho Adver
tiser's charge of winking at Sunday
liquor soiling, against tho lato Mar
shal, is tho fact that Sunday drunk
enness on tho streets was practically
unknown during Mr. Wilson's in
cumbency. It is many wooks since
his retirement, yet tho town was
literally in the possession of drunken
crowds last Sunday, Wo aro not
going to follow tho Advertiser's ex
ample, however, and throw all tho
blame on Marshal Ashloy. Wo be
lieve that, like Marshal Wilson, ho
will do his best to suppress ovory
species of disorder that breaks out.
An important noticoto tho owners
of proporty in Honolulu appears
from tho Minister of tho Interior iu
this issuo. It relates to sidewalks,
that, under a law of 1892, must bo
constructed by tho owner of tho ad
joining or abutting proporty. Only
lot tho Government bo prompt in
establishing grades, then strict in
enforcing this law, and tho reproach
of bad sidewalks in Honolulu ought
to be a thing of the past. It is to
Ik) hoped that, whoro anything but
planks or flags aro allowod, the
directions for construction will
allow no material that will retain
wator on tho surface in damp
weather. Spongy and boggy side
walks, with a deceitful course of
black sand on top, form one of the
most uuwholobonio conditions of
life iu this nart of the tropics,
From nn English Tourist.
During my stay I hnvo hoard n
good doal about tho so-called mis
sionary party and tho narrownoss of.
thoir viows. I had taken it all cum
grano, but bogin to think now thoro
must bo a good bit of tho "unco
guid" still rampant.
In to-day's Advortisor I notice a
report of a fnrowoll dinnor givon to
Captain Wiltso. Tho monu was an
exceptionally long one. Tho gnosis,
it is stated, remained at tablo from
0:30 to 5) o'clock. For those two and
a half hours they wore regaled on
"Ap'ollinaris which furnished a spark
ling substituto for wine."
Comment is almost superfluous,
but to c'tvo a naval ollicer an official
dinnor without a glass of champagne
to wash it down with, seems as in
congruous as playing Ilamlot with
out tho ghost. Tho episode is, how
ovor, interesting, as not only will it
mako an excellent joke, but it also
shows how strongly tho old mission
ary loaven is ingrained.
Medical men readily admit that
gluttony, at leat amongst tho edu
cated classes, kills more people than'
alcohol, buch bomg tho case, why
should a man dobar his guests from
onjoying a glass of wino: and expect
thorn to alter thoir habits to humor
his particular form of eccentricity?
Tho reductio ad absurdutn would bo
reached if Capt. Wiltso woro at some
futuro poriod to return his host's
invitation and offer him for two and
half hours every possible varioty of
wino and nothing to cat.
This want of consideration for tho
feelings of others is only a few do
grcos loss roprohonsiblo than the
Tho day af tor tho ball givon in
Captain Wiltso's honor I noticed in
tho Advertiser that an invitation
had been sont to "Mrs. J. O. Doin
iuis." I have daily watched tho
columns of your contemporary to
see if auy explanation appoarod.
Surely the committee cannot possi
bly bo responsible for such oxecra
blo want of tasto?!! Tho first thing
an English school boy loams is
"never to kick a man when ho is
down," but to kick a woman, and
that woman tho lato Queon, soems
an act too contemptible for words.
Whether it was a foolish joke play
ed by an ofiico boy or not is imma
terial. The ball committee, if they
wish to bo considered men, would
do well to disclaim such a wanton
broach of good manners, since at
present tho odium rests on them.
Charles G. Nottaoe.
Hawaiian Hotel, Feb. 28, 1893.
THF WAIMEA CONCERT.
For tho Erection of a Hospital at the
Tho good people of tho "Garden
Isle" gave a grand concert in tho
Waiinea stone church on Saturday
ovoning, Fob. 25th. Tho proceeds
wero to be dedicated to tho erection
of a hospital, a much needed insti
tution, for tho white labor of tho
adjoining plantations. People from
all ovor Kauai Hocked to tho church
and it was soon crowded. It rained
heavily during tho night, but this
did not stop tho concert, which was
a howling success. The program
which is appended was gone through
without a hitch and the different
numbers elicited applause. Tho
proceeds amounted to a fow hun
dred dollars, which will go toward
tho erection of tho hospital. The
following is tho program:
Trio "Flowers Greeting" Curschman
Mrs. Glade, Miss McUryde, Miss Hart
Solo Tit for Tat l'ontet
Piano Solo Impromptu Chopin
Solo Were I Song Bird A. Hcnncs
Mrs. V. W. Glade.
Duet lteturn of Spring Kuoken
Miss McHryde, Miss Hart.
Solo (piano) Polonaise Chopin
Mrs. C. liorcligrevink.
Duet I Live and Love Thee Campana
Mrs. Linder, Mrs. Center.
Solo Ilamona Millard
Duet Maying A.M.Smith
Mrs. F. W. Meier. Mrs. V. W. Glado.
Solo Call Me Hack L. Dcuza
Mrs. J. W. Center.
Piano Solo Valse....i Chopin
Solo Serenade Halfdan Kjerulf
Chorus Pirates of Penzance Sullivan
Mrs. Meier, Mrs. Center, Mrs. Linder,
Mrs. Glado, Miss Hart, Miss Mc-
A China Woman Treats Her Daugh
A China woman brutally assaulted
a fourtoon-year-old girl yostorday
morning on King street, in view of a
number of people who interfered
but too lato. It appears that tho
woman had told tho girl, who is an
adopted child, to do something and
tho latter failed to promptly re
spond. Tho woman caught her oar
nug and yanked it clean out, toaring
it through the llosh. Not only this,
but the woman threw tho girl down
aud jumped on her. Tho girl was
badly bruised about tho body, and
blood flowed from tho tear iu her
ear. A bystander threatened tho
woman with arrest, and this fright
ened her so that she desisted from
hor cruel treatment. Tho adoptod
child bears tho drudgery of tho
kitchen and out-houses.
Threatened Appeal in Brown
Bpencor Circuit Items.
An appeal was noted by C. N.
Spencer, defendant, iu the success
ful suit of C. A. Jirowu before Judge
Froar for possession of tho Tax Of
fice, but the appoal has not as yet
A foreign jury, bv direction of
Judge Whiting, rendered a verdict
iu favor of E. H. F. Woltors in tho
damage suit of JJ, J, Iguacio,
In lliu Circuit Court this forenoon
0. Drown for plaintiff moved and
argued for a now trial of J. I Dow
sett vs. Maukoala and others, ojuul
mont. Ashford for defendants op
posed tuo motion,
Torm will oxpii
cpiro by limitation on
Mustoring Out of tho Voluntoor Firo
Department After Forty Yoars
For forty years tho protection of
Honolulu against firo has beonin
tho hands of voluntcor companies.
Tho Department organized in 1853.
It began with a hand fire engine
bouirht from a shinwro by tho
lato W. C. Parko, for thirtj' years
Marshal of tho Kingdom. For soine
timo its most exciting battles woro
with tho Haines of burning glass
Among tho honored citizens who
headed the Donartlnont as Chief
Eugineer woro tho lato Mr. W. C.
Parko, Mr. Geo. Lucas and Alox.
J. Cartwright, and of tho survivors
of tho voluntoor system,who occupied
tho same proud position, aro Mossrs.
C. E. Williams, C. N. Spencer, John
Nott, C. B. Wilson aud Julius Asch.
Last night witnessed tho
close of the career of tho
Honolulu Voluntoor Firo De
partment. Thoro was much busi
ness, all of which was not transact
ed, and very littlo celebration con
sidering tho ability of firomonas
colebrators at the transformation
of tho brigado into a paid organiza
tion. NUMBER ONE.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 hold a
mooting at its hall on King street.
A committee was appointed consist
ing of Thos. It. Lucas, Goo. Barker
aud Thos. P. Cummins to mako tho
host terms possible with the Board
of Firo Commissioners for tho salo
of the company's horsGs aud other
It was voted to present Robert
More, foreman, ,T. D. McVeigh, as
sistant foreman, and Goo. Barker
with tho silver trumpets belonging
to tho hall as souvonirs of thoir
Tho delegate was instructed to try
to have arrangements made with tho
trustees of tho Queen's Hospital, by
moans of the .Department's sick
fund, to have a bod endowed iu tho
hospital for tho retired volunteer
firemen who may need itj also to
mako provision out of tho same fund
for tho burial of dead firemen who
may have left neither moans nor
friends to burj' thorn docontly. The
company is willing under oquitablo
arrangements to turn its funds, in
cluding proceeds of salo of effects,
into tho general fund for those pur
poses. NUMBER TWO.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 hold
sessions before and after tho Depart
ment mooting. It resolved to sup
port the proposal to keop tho sick
fund for tho benefit of tho volunteer
firemen. Tho company, for tho bet
tor carrying out of this purpose, de
cided to maintain au organization of
a bonofit and social nature. It was
also the declared sentiment of the
mooting that tho paid Firo Depart
ment should have all tho moral, and
when necessary the physical support
of the disbanded volunteers.
After tho Board mooting tho com
pany took stock of its proporty. Tho
floor was piled with ancient holinots,
belts, medals, pictures, etc. Mom-
bors and visiting firomon wero ontor
tained socially, and thoro was loud
chooring for tho retiring officers of
tho Dopartmont and company, other
companies, otc. Tho merry-making
was kept up until tho capitulation
of tho volunteer forces to the regu
lars at midnight.
HOOK AND LADDER.
Protection Hook & Ladder Co.
mot before and after the Board
mooting. It instructed tho delegate
at tho Board to voto for a distribu
tion on equal terms of tho Depart
ment's sick fund amoilg tho com
panies. After tho mooting of tho
Board, when it was learned tho
Board had referred the whole ques
tion back to tho companies, tho
Hooks appointed G. C. Konyon,
Morris Koohokalolo and D. Logan a
committee to ascertain tho viows of
other companies on tho question.
BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The Board of Representatives met
in Firo Police hall ovor Fishol's store.
Julius Asch, Chief, and Jas. H. Hunt
and D. L. Kalawaia, First and
Second Assistant Engineers, aud
Henry Smith, Secretary, with a fair
attendance of members, were pres
ent. Frank Hustaco, Chief of tho
paid Firo Department, visited tho
meeting and consulted with repre
A communication was received
from W. F. Love, Secretary of tho
Board of Fire Commissioners, noti
fying tho Board of Representatives
that tho voluntoor Firo Dopartmont
was to be disbanded at 12 o'clock
that night. It was ordered that tho
Secretary notify each company of
tho Commissioners' order.
There was no discussion on tho
merits of tho sick fund question, but
a resolution passed that tho matter
bo reforrod to tho different compa
nies for their opinions.
THE SICK FUND,
Honry Smith, Secretary, gives tho
amount of tho sick fund invested in
securities ns $3500 and cash unin
vested S197.7G; total 59J097.76. This
with what tho companies can turn
in if thoy will probably ovor $1000
would mako a respectable benefit
fund for tho retired volunteers.
A VETERAN SECRETARY,
Henry Smith joined tho Dopart
mont iu 1871, nineteen years ago,
and has boon Secretary of tho Board
forlOyoars. HowaslOyoars treasurer
of Mechanic Engine Co. To keep up
his record of tons, it may bo added
Mr. Smith has been a clerk in the
Judiciary Department 10 years, be
ginning a fresh decado as Chief
Clerk under the reorganization
effected by tho Judiciary Act of
181)2. As evidence of tho value of
his services under successive admin
istrations, Hon. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General,
this morning called
upon tho retiring Secretary of the
Firo Department to personally givo
expression of his appreciation.
Tliii i tlapanoMi novor mix different
varieties of Dowers together iu ono
rpiIE WEEKLY BULLETIN-:! 001,.
X umiiBof interesting Heading Matter
UUuidi,f4 mailed to foreign countries, (5,
LOCAL AND. GENERAL NEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia lo-day carriod
away 1G1 passongors, including stoor
ago. Tho S. S. Australia to-day caniod
away an exportation of bananas
aggregating 0807 bunches.
Captain Morrison, of tho bark R.
P. Rithotj ib accompanied on this
trip by his wifo and daughter.
II. I. J. Mi S. Kongo, Captain Ta
shiro, loft for Hilo this afternoon on.
a cruiso. Sho will engago in torpedo
and tnrgot practice while away. Tho
Kongo will roturn soma time next
A charge of allowing liquor to bo
drunk on tho promises on Sunday
has boon entered against G. W. Mnc
farlano & Co. Tho alleged violation
occurred at tho Commercial Saloon
on Sunday last.
Tho Bulletin is indebted to a
mombor of tho crow of the Hawai
ian bark Rithot for a paper of Fob.
16th. Iu tho" same connection tho
courtesy of Mr. E. D. Tonney of
Castle & Cooke, also of Mr. J. Mort
Oat, is acknowledged.
A correspondent contradicts tho
contradiction of the statoment that
No. l's engine struck a policomau's
horse after No. 2's had thrown tho
horso to ono side. Tho first report
was from tho policoman, who was
perhaps too excited to know things
correctly, but tho second report was
from three wituosses.
Death of Sir William Wiseman.
Tho London Times (weekly edi
tion) of Jan. 13 contains the follow
"Tho court-martial on Admiral
Fairfax iu connection with tho
stranding of Hor Majosty's ship
Howe in Forrol harbor concluded
on Saturday with an acquittal. Tho
court considered tho slackening of
tho speed in entering tho harbor was
inexpedient, but tho causo of the
disastor was incorrectness of tho
"Sir William Wiseman, who was
ono of tho members of tho Court
martial, died yostorday evening at
Plymouth. He had takou a cold at
one of tho earlier sittings, and ro
fused to absent himself, as the pro
ceedings in that case would havo to
be boguu df naro.
"The Howe is still on tho rocks at
Forrol, and thoro is no immediate
prospect of tho floating of tho ship."
Sir William Wiseman was in Ho
nolulu as commander of H. B. M. S.
Caroline about six years ago and
won many friends by his gonial
Card of Thanks.
I desiro to thank all the citizens
of Honolulu for all kindness shown
to mo and my wifo, and fellow suf
ferers of tho wrecked Lady Lamp
son during our stay in Honolulu.
John Petersen, Master.
A Graphic Description.
A fivo-yoar-old Murray Hill srirl.
who wont to a fashionable church
wedding with hor mother, was asked
at night by hor father to describe
the bride and said:
"Well, sho had a mosquito net
over her head, and thoro woro no
flies on hor." JYeir York Commercial
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably,
tell by their feelings, when to expect
au attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea llomedy is
taken as soon as those symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward oft tho disease.
Such persons should always keep tho
Remedy at hand, ready for imme
diate use when needed. Two or
three doses of it at tho right tinio
will save them much sufforiug. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. MYSTIC IiOD&E, NO. 2, K. of P.
No. 2. K. of
OF MYSTIC LODGE.
1'.. aro rennested to be
present nt their Castle Hall THIS (Wed
nesday) EVENING, March 1, 1893.
of Importance will be
l'or order of the C. C.
K. of 11. & S.
ALL WHO WISH TO 00 MM UN I OATH
villi me by telepbonu in IiuhIiiuhh
hours, please Ting iin Bell No. 207, and all
who wish to telephone out of business
hours, please ring up Boll No. 55.
Wl-lw T. W. HAWLINS.
THE PREMISES LATE
ly occupied by 1. 1.
Kauoa on Kim; street. It
lias a Laruo Yard and the
House is very convenient.
U53-2W JOHN V. COLIJUHN.
TO LET OH LEASE.
rpiIE BUILDING VOJIM
JL erly used as a Soap
Factory, Leleo, opposite tho
Oahu ltiilhwiy Station. Al
so, another Building, llroproof, Iv'xl feet
in tho clear, and II feot height of wall in
the rear of the above; may bo taken Kingly
or together. Moderate terms to u good
Wil-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
M EMBERS OK
MY SCHOOL MMIVHI.
Clllturul uru hiimliv iiiittfli.il tlmt
... """ '""ipuniniy at mu llom House
adjoining Marino Ruihvny until able to
secure n hall. Kollowing aro tho Class
Nights beginning MONDAY, Keb. i!7lh:
i ...in ........ ,. ' ...... . .. .. r . v
, TUESDAYS ,t ntlDAYB-t'lul
lug, Dumb Bull Exercises, Etc.
WEDNESDAYS -l'niutUIng Night.
Bell Telephone 1ST.
UVMw m. II. LOHKIDE.
How doos ho fool ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel tliesa'MC way
August Flower tho Romody.
How does ho feol? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stsmt, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower tho Romody.
How doos ho feol? He feels a
violent hiccoughiug or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does ho fool? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower tho Rem
edy. How does ho f oel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
TO-MORROW, March 2d,
AT 12 O'OLOOKl NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will sell nt Public
" tion, tho following Securities:
4 Shares Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
5 Shares Inter-Island Steam Navi
7 Shares People's Ice Co.,
8 Shares C. Brewer & Co., L'd.,
6 Shares Honomu Plantation
2, Shares Ewa Plantation Co.
WI1.I, UK GIYKX Y THE
H. I. H. NOEAU
Saturday Evening, March 4th,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Among thoso who will tako part are
MISS KATE McGItEW,
MISS EVA PARKER,
MISS LOUISE V. DALE.
MISS CLARA GLADE,
MISS CARRIE CASTLE,
AJ'1 HKVEIUT. OTIIKIIS
"The Bohemian Gir
Will bo Sung by the Hui Noeau in
Veterinary .-. Inflrmary,
W. T. MONSARRAT,
"Veterinary -:- Surgeon,
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excollont Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table,
tW Orders for Plantation aud Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES- Boll 96.
M. L, MINER, D. V. S,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. M.;
1:'.W to :)::w) v. m.
WIlhDr.F. L. Miner.
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
TO INFORM ALL MY
customer aud the nubile
generally that 1
business to tho
havo dlspo-ed of my Soap
Honolulu Soap Compauv,
rs. M. W. MeUliumiiu- Vfc
fur which Messrs.
Sons are Solo Agents aud myelf the Man
ager of the Soap Factory, Thanking the
public for its Mud pationago for tint past
HovuiitiHiii years, I would respectfully Mill
elt a foiitiniianro (hereof for tho Honolulu
Ull-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
CO cents u month,
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'tl
Saturday, Feb. SB, 1893.
2 ' '
Too bad! '
What to do.
What to do.
Want to pay
Think it over;
They caught on,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L1
Opposilu Sprockets' Block,
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
AVc want to call tho attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has been re
ceived with, we believo has come
to stay and become an indispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at onco tho superiority of
goods made in this manner over
thoso heretofore in vogue.
Scriven's Patent Elastic
Seam Drawers aro provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, wlueu
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. Tho drawers are
cut in figure outlines and afford
tho wearer all tho advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
Tho Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no rubber, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position- as
sumed in the cut, not tho least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing gre"i -jtrain on the goods
and friction jpon tho person.
Wo havo now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as "Jean"
to bo the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
Thoy say that there is "noth
ing new under tho sun," but tho
follow who said that was all
wrong, no lorgot "tiont's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something now in that lino.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
hack to protect tho most vitul
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, these goods will bo a
great boon, as, whilo they will
have tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, Uio lungs and
back will have a nico warm cov
oring of wool. From the many
sontimonts of approval wo havo
heard rogarding these goods wo
boliovo them to bo a good thing
for our oliinaU), and havo placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will be on salo in about
To any person desiring to see
tho samples which wo have wo
will ho pleased to show Ilium.
M. MolNEEN Y