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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KIIOM AND AKTKR OCTOBER 1. ISM.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
heave Honolulu. .11:16
.Vrrlvo Honolulu .8:3.r
I'KAitti City Local
Leave Honolulu 5:105
Arrive Pearl City 5:lhS ...
Leave Twirl Oity ..11:55
Arrlvu Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxconted. t Saturdays only.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
I1V C. J. LYON8.
LOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thoro oro now Bovon whalers lying
Tho band will givoits regular con
cort at Emma Squnro this afternoon.
Marshal Ashlo' gives n notico of
tho revoking of Hpocial polico com
missions. Four Chinaman woro arrostod by
tho polico yostorday ovoniiig for
A Scotcli collio has been lost from
tho promises of II. I. Lillio and a re
ward is offered for its return.
Tho Exile's Lament.
I mil thinking of
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JjiiHt quarter of tliu moon on-the 10th ut fill.
42m. a. in.
Time Wlilstlo blou a lit lit. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which id tlio same as l'Jli. Urn.
Os. of Urccnwioli tunt'.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1893.
Saturday, Mar. 11.
Stm Whalor Belvidere, Smith, 88 days
from San Francisco
"Whaling bk California, West, 8S days from
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
8tmr 1'elo from Miikawoli
Stmr Kaala from Waianae and Wuialua
Stmr James Makce from Kauai
Stmr C H Ilishun from Kauai
SaturdAy, Mar. 11.
Am ship Echpso, Peterson, for Ban Francisco
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Hawaii for Hakalau and Honomu
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Pelo 31KX) bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 1800 bags sugar,
Stmr Iwalani 1083 bags sugar and 32 pkgs
Stmr James Makee 2005 bags sugar and
12 pkgs sundries.
Stmr W tt Hall-5587 bags sugar. 18 bags
cplfco, 75 bngs ana. 11) bdls hides,
head cattle and 75 pkgs sundries.
. Mr. R. N. Webster returned from
a flying trip to Kona by tho stoamor
W. G. Hall yostorday afternoon.
Tho international tug-of-war tour
nament will tako place a week from
to-day at tho Borotania street Armory-
Tho IIiu Mole Hawaii Nouau in
tond giving anothor concert at tho
Kawainhao Church in the near
Some of tho now Columbian coins
arrived to Bishop & Co. by the S.
S. Monowai yesterday from tho
Morris Fox, actuary to tho Gov
ernment Insurance Department of
Now Zealand, was a through passen
ger on tho S. S. Monowai yostorday.
Tho Hawaiian band-boys woro
'given possession of their now instru
ments this morning. They felt as
pleased as a rooster with its first
Tho now shell of tho Myrtle Boat
Club is ont) foot longer than the
Healani's boat, and slimmer. It will
not be launched for rowing until it
has been christened.
Mr. J. J. Williams has copies of a
recent photograph of Princess Kaiu
laui. Thoy snow her to have grown
into a handsome and somewhat
sedate-looking young woman.
Tho gold badge presented to Mar
shal W. G. Ashley at the Hotel the
othor evening is a beauty. It is
studded with diamonds and bears a
Stars and Stripes shield in enamel.
Tho steam whaler Belvidere, Cap
tain Smith; and whaling bark Cali
fornia, Captain E. T. West, arrived
off port this morning, both 88 da3's
from San Francisco. Thoy are evi
This is the last day for tho appear
ance of the ticket in tho Bulletin's
Missing Word Contest No. 1. Cut
out and vote all your tickets for tho
six days, and you can hardly miss
hitting tho right word once.
Tho Chinoso woman who was
given a wook in which to secure a
license for keeping a boarding house
appearod before Magistrate Foster
stateil that she
From Kauai,, per stmr Iwalani, March U
Miss Hart, E Johnson, Ako and hon,
Chu Lung, and 20 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, March 10 From the Volcano: WC
Peacock, J Dumpily, C Congdon. From
way ports: Hev O P Emerson, T Kit
Amalu, M Baldwin, K N Webster, J Low,
Miss B Ihihi, M D Mololi, and 03 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
XT S 8 Ranger, from San Francisco
USB Adams, from San Francisco
Am 4-masted schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from. Newcastle, N S V
Am 4-masted schr 1'uritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-mstd bclir Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N "V
Mis bkt Morning Star mini Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-m schr Alice Cooke, Irom Newcastle,
NSW. March 25-30 '
Am 4-m schr Olga, from Newcastle, N 8 W,
Am 4-m schr Puritan, from Newcastle, N S
W, March 25-30
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
. v, April o-iu
this morning, and
hau secured the
The boat which was roportcd by
tho steamer W. G. Hall as being ou
tho rocks at South Point has boon
identified as belonging to tho steam
er Kinau, and tho one which was lost
at tho time of the drowning acci
dent at Hilo.
Q Hawaii, my country,
When our forefathers
beaches so free, ,,
Itnforo that tho strangers camo to uh from
over tho pco.
In their hands with tho oltvo branch so
pleasant to see.
But, alas, now it's altered to a chain, as
Slailo by thuo wo liavo nourished from tho
land of tho free.
Our sires looked to them as men ought to
And tho chain U tho thanks thcy'vo gtven
O Hawaii, my country, 1 am thinking of
0 Hawaii, O Hawaii, when tho "groat'1
ruled o'er us,
Before that tho strangors camo over tho
How happy wo woro on our beaches so
With our chiefs and our games down by
When the children were nourished as thoy
ought to be,
Until, oh, thoso strangors came over tho
U Hiiuali, my coui'try, 1 am thinking of
FOUBIBDINO TII3 BANKS.
Ho Qpoaks Strangely but Strongly.
Tho publication of banns of marri
age is now-a-days an uncommon
event, but the forbidding of thoin
when published is so rare as to ho
worth notice. A case has just oc
curred and is the more remarkablo,
as the objection was made in a for
eign tonguo and was hardty under
stood at first. The particulars are
A missionary minister ono day
published tho banns of marriage be
tween his brothor Jonathan (com
monly known as Uncle Sam) and
Miss Hawaiian Isles, a lovoly,
wealthy, and somewhat sought aftor
brunette, and so frightened was he
of othor suitors that ho proposed to
do it "in onco," not in thrice.
Tho injunction to those who
might "know auy just causo or im
pediment" was given with great unc
tion aud satisfaction and in n tone
of sarcasm, for tho church was al
most empty, few besides tho family
party being present. Tho prospec
tive fees were large; lie was Jona
than's agent; ran his properties, and
ho did lovo tho dollarsl
To everyone's sururiso a small.
dark, thickset person hitherto quite
unnoticed was soon to rise and dis
tinctly utter two words "Kongo"
'Naniva." Tho congregation at first
thought him a crank, but it soon got
whisporod round that ho was a Jap
anese aud that those words meant a
very strong protest against tho pro
ceedings and that tho speaker meant
It appears that tho Japanese vo
cabulary contains more words of tho
same naturo, though more forcible
in their moaning; but U103' aro sel
dom made use of in polito society,
being like their famous two-handed
swords uovor shoathed if once
drawn until thoy have boon blooded.
Tho wedding has not yot taken
place; it is gonorally supposed to bo
"off." Tho minister is also expoctod
to be "off" soon. iNTWinupTEii.
A pt't (
Iiatost Nowb Itomizod.
Tho totnl fire losses in St. Louis in
18i)2 woro $1,5211,155.
Jofforson Davis' body may be
moved from Now Orleans to Rich
Many case.4 of winter cholera are
reported from niuu.tuilus north of
Tonnesioo will aboli"li tho convict
loaso system, build a new prison and
work the nion on State account.
It is roportod tint there is danger
of a rabbit plague in Kansas, and
tho inhabitants aro rcj licod at tho
There aro beliiwod t- hi a score of
women in Now York ci ,, wluwo col
lections of lace vary in value fron.
A pet do', it in said, nvmitly died
)n, KV., from lu'liiiiK his mis
tress' cheek. She painted, and the
poor dog died of poison.
The Ohio Legjshvtuio proposes to
put in an elclrical .oiin; appara
lus, similar to the device umhI in tho
French Chamber of Deputies.
The Georgia Agricultural Societv
has adopted a tumnimouH resolution
urging the reduction o cotton acre
age and diversified crops.
Complaiuts nr.) making to the
Canadian papers that t lie millers of
tho Dominion aie adulterating oat
meal by mixing barley with tho grain
At Warfiold, Ky., recently, a girl,
aged nine, who became offended at
something a youug colored man om
ployod by her father had douo, deli
berately shot him dead.
Three days is a vory short timo iu
which to euro a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can bo done, if tho
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo peon b- tho following from James
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"I was badly afflicted with rheuma
tism in tho hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured mo iu throe
days. I am all rh'ht to-day: aud
would insist on every one who is
afflicted with that terrible disease to
uso Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get
well at onco." CO cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agouts for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. THE WEEKLY BULLETIN 28 COL
JL luiiiia of lulureoting Keadin.t; Matter
ldnnd ! .iimUim! Di f'.rpin rouiitnos tf.fi
20 lbs. W
I ; LN s JiNiiF
S" You are respect
Your doctor fu,1y requested to cull at
will tell you Our Store and get a Fkkk
It Is the
Sample of tin.
A dainty new book, The Bahy, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
- Ih A -
Pure Milk Pood!
Anil requires only tlio addi
tion of Water tov pre
pare it for use.
Rov. D. V. Lucas, of Montroal, will
address tho prayer meeting at tho
Y. M. C. A. to-morrow evening at
0:30 o'clock. Mr. Lucas is ou his
way homo from a second lecturing
tour in tho Colonies. Ho had a fine
reputation as a speaker iu his own
Tho S. S. Monowai brought news
of tho death of Dr. S. L. Androws,
father of Dr. Goo. P. Androws of
this city. Mr. Andrews died at
Romeo, Michigan, ou Fob. 17, at tho
ripo old ago of 83 years. Ho was
one of tho oarly missionaries to
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle.
v, April Z-2U
Am 4-m bktno W K Hume, from
castlo, N H W. April 25-30
Am 4-m schr Symau D Fostor, from New
castle, N S W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, irom Newcastle, N S W,
VobboIs in Fort.
I J M S Kon-go,
HUMS Nunlwa, Togo, from Japan
H 11 M S Garnet from Alcaptilco
USB Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
U S S Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
S S Mllko Mum from Yokohama,
Am bk Hesper, Bodergreu, from Newcas
tle, N HW
Am 4-masted schr ltobt Searlos, Pelts:,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Matlldu, Sveuson, from Port
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran-.
Am bk Coylou, Calhoun, from Sun Fran
cisco Ur 4-mastcd schrTacora, Thornton, from
GorbkH Hackfeld, Hllgerloh, from Liverpool.
Tho steamer W. G. Hull roports rough
weather along tho Konu coast.
The steamer Lehuu has been huuled ou
tho Marine hallway to be cleaned.
Tho hark Kcllpse will complete taking in
sugar to-duy. when she will leavo for tho
Nearly all thu merchant vessels in port
were receiving sugar from intcr-islaml
The following whalers aro cruising oil"
port! Hunter, Wllllum Buyllss, Horatio.
An&iwlUvkii, Alico Knowles. Uolvldero
'!,0.rI,l,ttnBl,u innrohiiiuIlHu from tho
MlikoMitrii, uficr being fumigated ut tho
Ouuruutiuo Htutlon, hux been landed at
thu Oeunio dock Io undergo the probing
' exorcises of thu Customs ollicors.
Tho largest Hheot or pane of glass
iu tlio world, it is stated, is set iu
front of a building ou Vino strout,
Cincinnati. It was miido iu Marsoil.
lus aud measures lBUxlul inches.
Tho steam whaler Cleveland is
expected daily from San Francisco.
Captain J. G. Blaine who arrived by
tho S. S. Monowai yostorday will as
sume coinmaud of her ou arrival.
Captaiu J. Whitesides who also ar
rived yesterday will go on tho Bolvi-
uero now lying outside.
Officer Shoahan is a bifi man when
on duty at tho boat lauding, dress
ed in his now suit of blue, but,
when it came to ordering a steam
launch belonging to tho Japanese
warship Naniva away ffom tho bind
ing this morning, he was simply not
in it. Tho Japs wouldn't budge.
Tho firo department was called
out yesterday evening for a fire on
Quoen streot on tho Waikiki side of
Richards streot, but tho services of
tho firemen woro not needed. Tho
firo was in n Chinoso store and was
caused by tho capsizing of a lamp,
A Chinaman was badly burnt about
tho logs, but not seriously.
At the Hawaiian Hotol on Thurs
day evening tho silvor cup represen
ting the six-oared championship of
.Honolulu, now hold by tho lioalnui
Boat Club, was "wet" for the first
timo by James Stnnsbury, champion
oarsman of tho world. Tho "boys
in bluo" naturally feel proud of tho
honor accorded them by tho cham
pion. The good news is givon in tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s column
that thoy have added Holvotia bolt
ing to their stock. It is not the
kind of belting a fellow gets on ox
pressing audible doubt of n bigger
follow's voracity, but it wears bettor
and makes tho "wheels uo wound,"
as Holon's babios say. There's moro
than tho belting, though, iu tho
A musicnlo at Oahu College last
night was, as usual, largely attended
by friends of the school and of the
pupils, Besides choruses, there wore
selections performed by llnltie Aus
tin, Ellon Hopper, EUie Wilcox,
Jessie Neill, Ralph Wilcox, Henry
Jnejjnr, Kalo Fleming, Elsie Water
house, Edith Eldredgo, Esther L.v
iiifiu, Clara Glade, Flora Glade aud
Etta Wilcox. Tho excellent train
iug of Miss Dale, music teacher of
tho college, was well attested in the
A Native Arrested on Board the
A native named Kauliko was
caught about 7 o'clock Thursday
evening trying to land a case con
taining ono dozen largo bottles of
Yokohama gin laboled "A. H." from
tho Japanese steamer Miiko Maru.
Ho was arrested by the night watch
man and turned over to Port Sur
veyor Sanders, who had tho man
confined at the Polico Station
charged with smuggling. Kauliko
was liberated on bail this morning.
The man, it appears, had purchas
ed tho gin of some of tho sailors on
board tlio Japanese steamer at SI a
bottle, and waited a favorable op
portunity to laud tho stuff, but was
unsuccessful, as tho box was too
bulky to seclude.
Customs ollicors wont over to tho
stoamor, which is lying at tho O. R.
& L. Co.'s wharf, and began a search
iu tho sailors' quarters. Thoy woro
rewarded by finding ovor two dozen
bottles of tho same gin secreted in
tho forward hold of tho vessel,
which, of course, 110 ono ownod.
Tho gin was takon to tho Custom
House, tho importation not being on
Here is an incident frointhe South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. " I am a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss.,where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon afterseized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, aud he told me
to get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
trot two bottles of German Syrup. I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
PetbrJ.Brials, Jr., Cayuga, Hines
Co., Miss. O
BY VIRTUE OF TWO WHITS OF Ex
ecutions issued out of the Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, on the Hint day
of January, A. I). 18!K(, against Capt. Win.
Davies, defendant, in fuvor of K. (1. Schu
mann and H. J. Greene, plaintiU's, for tho
sums of -if(!!)V und 159.i2 respectively, I
have levied upon and shall expose for sale
at the Police Station, in the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'cloeK 01
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Wo want to cull tho ultention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tlio favor it has been re
ceived with, wo believe bus come
to stny and become an indispon-
sible article of gout's furnishing.
A glance at the cut ahove will
show at onco tho superiority of
goods made in this .manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Sciuven's Patent Elastic
Seam Dkawehs are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer scums, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers aro
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while returning the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no ltumiEK, -retains
its springiness and wears
longer than tho other portion of
tho garment. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of tlio wearer and avoids any
struin, no mutter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
are equally well adapted, to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not tho least
tension is produced on tho' main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow tho transfor
juation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
und friction upon tho person.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as "Jean"
Large Packages 50 its
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS LEEMINO & COMPANY",
73 Warren St., New York.
Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, EC. I.
TEMPLE OF F
Corner Fort & Hotel Streets.
Or lot -A. ILsT ID
Opening of Spring Goods !
EX "AUSTRALIA" AND "C 1). BltYANT" I HAVE RECEIVED
117 Oases of New Goods
h is invited.
out and an inspection
A Handsome Line of New Designs in
FANCY SATEENS, SHADED SILK. EFFECTB
The Uitest Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (CHALLY EFFECTS
INDIA DRAPERIES, RG-INCH WIDE '
B . ZED HE JcL Ij X (Z2 EC
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
Hawaiian Whaling Sailors.
SATURDAY', the 8th day of April, A. D.
18!, to the highest bidder, all the right,
title and interest of the saul Vt m. iwvles,
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd
Ovuxmnirio' Sloolc, Fort Street.
defendant, in anil to the following pro
perty, unless sum judgment, interest, costs
and'my expenses bo previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Two Houso Lots situated iu Punahou,
Honolulu, on Bingham and Metcalf streets.
The lirst having an urea of .7.r of an acre,
more particularly described in deed of Paty
to Graham, recorded in Liber 70, page 3!) I.
A whaleboat from each of tho
whalers outside camo into port this
morning for necessaries. Among
the crows of several boats were
noticed young Hawaiian boys who
left horo three years ago for San
Francisco as sailors. Mitchell, who
was formerly an omplo3-oo of tho
Hawaiian (inrritim Mnniifni'tiiriin
Co. on Queen street, and another yoyl to said .V": ""y 'J.1'0 "fnX':
T i i 4i i l i II. t urn well dated Aug. o, IroU, recorded
woro on the brig Alexander which j VLii,"r li". pago -iwi, together with tho
was wruuiieu iusl vuur. iuiiiilt lull
Also. Lot containluu SO.fioO Miliary foot,
und described. In deed of Dillingham to
Or.iham recorded hi Liber bS, page '12(1,
both lieini; portions of the Pasture Lot be
longing to tlio Oahu College and duly con.
chell came ashore to-day to seo his
mother, after an absence from home
of two years. John McCandloss,
son of Mr. W. McCandloss, who kept
a butcher shop some years ago, is
also a whaler.
In all there aro nine Hawaiian
I buildings und appurtenances thereon.
nam property neing siuijci-i iu u iiiki;i
however, of ifliJO. to the estate of T. II.
Ilohron, und to u second moitgago of $S0U
toW. R. Castlo, dated July 22, 16il2, and
recorded iu Liber 1S.8, page 171.
Also 45 Shares of the Pioneer Building
nnd Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by certillcoto
No. ll for fl Shares, und hy cortlllcate No
seamen on tho vessels outside live ' as I for 10 Shares. , Said Shares of "took,
ou the Andrew Hicks, three ou the
llornlio and one ou the William
Bayliss. Six more Hawaiian seamen
are being negotiated with for a trip
Troupo of Samoan Women.
Mr. L. J. Lovoy has advices that a
troupo of twenty-live Samoan danc
ing women on tho way to Chicago
will be aboard the next throui'h
stoamer from tho Colonies. Tho
women will lie under the euro of tho
American Consul at Samoa. Should
the timo favor it while tlte steamer
is in port, tho dancers will give an
exhibition iu Honolulu.
"Tho people of this vicinity insist
ou having Chamberlain's Cough
Hemedy and do not want anv other,"
siivh John V. Hirshop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to he superior to any other
for colds, and as a nrevuntive and
euro for croup, and why should they
not insist upon having it. hOcout
bottles for Hide by all dealers, Hen
son. Smith k Co., agouts for the lla
however, bclnu subject together with thu
aforementioned Ileal Estate to thu said
mortgage to W. R. Castlo.
W. O. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, March 10, 1MH,
It can be proved
Of any paper
J n Honolulu.
to be tho coolest and best udapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong. Ho forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new iu that line.
The latest yet, wo havojust
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast aud
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times full, these goods will be a
great boon, as, whilo thoy will
have tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
sentiments of approval wo have
beard regarding these goods we
believe them to be a good thing
for our climate, and have placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will bo on sale iu about
To any person desiring to see
the samples which we have we
will be plouscd to show them.
M. MofNERJN Y
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE OK SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
O-io-nt 2Sra.il Pu.llera, Xja.ria.t Swivels,
Turner's Snips txraci Shears,
.A.-wls and Tools, Qarden Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IF. EHLBRS 8as CO.
SB FORT STK.B3E3T.
AKTER TAKlNO STOCK ALL KINDS OK ' :f-
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half tliu former cost. v&lSU
"Velvet & Smyrna DR-uLgs
In all HUep greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fact we oiler Immense llurgaliiM Iu all Department. -Xi
tar Dreasuiaklug Under tho Management ol MISS K. CLARK. .&;
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month