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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PllOM AND AFTER OOTOIiER 1, 1892.
-A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Itunolnln. .G'tllj 8:45 1:15 4:35t
Arrive IIouonliuli.Tttf) t):G7 2:67 5:35t
LttiivoHonimliuli..7:S0 10:13 3:43 G:l'2t
Arrive Honolulu .8 :P 11:55 -1:55 0:50t
Traiii. Ctty Local.
Loavo HwriO'liifu 5:105 ....
Ajrivo Pearl Oity 5:48 ....
'Leave Pearl 01ty..(t:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Suiidays)xcortcd. I Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
11Y C. J. LYONS.
JLOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Good boy, Dotcctivo Larson.
Tug of-war tournament Saturday
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, light south.
' Tho U. S. S. Allianco will talco a
mail for San Francisco.
Two moro Ohinoso opium fiends
woro arrested last night.
Hook & Ladder Co. will moot this
ovoning at tho Firo Polico hall.
. Tho S. S. Australia loavos Sau
Francisco to-day for Honolulu.
A two-roomed furnished cottago
near Emma Square is oflorod .for
Elovon passengers returned by tho
stoamor Kiuau this morning from
A special mooting of tho Board of
Firo Underwriters is called for 2 p.
THOSE UNPAID TAXES.
How Doputy Hookano Had to Qlvo
His Oliiof Up na a Bad Job.
In continuation of tho series of
documonts forming tho testimony
in tho suit of Brown vs. Sponcor, tho
following affidavit of tho Doputy
Assessor and Colloctor of Ewa and
Waianao is interesting. Mr. Brown
evidently stood much in need of a
"hearing," to explain why ho was
such "slow pay" whilo suing poor
pooplo right and loft for their taxos:
KOHALA WATER CASE.
Tho Japanese stoamor Mifko Mara
will loavo to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock for Yokohama.
S.,3 J p iJ
a.m. p.m. ,11.111
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1 20 2 0 7 0
2 0 2 10 tl 0i
2 30 2 20 U 40
:i 0 :i so 10 30
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Ull fl 20 4 10 11 Oil! 30
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0 II 4 7
0 10 4 45
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0 10, 0 II
Now moon nn the 17tli lit fill. 2m. p. in.
Time Whlstlo Mows at lh. Mm. Ills. 11.111. ot
Honolulu time, ivlilcli Is tliu sumo us 12li. 0m.
(is. of Greenwich time.
Anothor "mystorious" sloop turn
ed out to bo from Koolnu with an
inoffonsivo couple on board.
Mr. A. M. Mollis is in communica
tion with Oregon pooplo for tho salo
of his World's Fair coffoo privilege
Frizes for tho citizens' match of
tho H. R, A. competition aro exhi
bited in tho Hawaiian News Co.'s
A lottor mail only will bo sent to
tho Coast by tho U. S. S. Allianco
sailing to-morrow. Tho mail closes
at 12 o'clock noon.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893.
Tuesday, March 14.
Stinr C It llisliop from Kahuku
Sohr Halcakala from Kauai
AVkhnesdw. March 15.
Stmr ICinau from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr Jnmi's Makccfrom Kauai
Stmr Wainlcalu from Hamnkua and Laha-
Stmr J A Oummins from Koolau
AViniNEiiiAY, March 15.
Sodergren, for San Kran-
for Waianao, Waialuu
Whaling bk Andrew Hicks, for the North
im ijk neipcr,
Stmr 0 H Bishop
Stmr James Makee for Kapaa, 4 p m
Tho U. S. S. Allianco and H. I. J.
M. S. Congo will loavo port to-morrow,
tho Allianco for- San Francisco
and tho Kongo for homo.
Island of Oahti, sa.
City of Honolulu.)
S. Hookano, boing duly sworn, on
his oath deposes and 81138 that ho
now is, and has boon during tho four
years last past, Deputy Assossor and
Colloctor for tho taxation district of
Ewa and Waianao Island of Oahu,
that C. A. Brown is tho Assossor in
Chiof of tho Island of Oahu, that
certain property of tho wifo of said
C. A. Brown was duly assessed in
tho j'oar 1891, and tho taxos duo
from said assossmont amounted to
$7-15 or thoroabout. That affiant
asked tho said C. A. Brown, ropoat
odly to pay said taxos or causo them
to bo paid, and that said C. A.
Brown told affiant that ho, Brown,
would nay his taxes in 1892, and re
quested affiant to return tho book
for 1891, which affiant did without
said taxes boinjj paid, said books be
ing returned in tho mouth of Juno,
1892. Affiant further says that up
to this date ho has not been notiGod
by said Brown that said taxos had
been paid. S. Hookano.
Subscribed and sworn to before
mo this 17th day of October, 1892.
Oatimen E. Vida,
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Miike Mara for Yokohama
U S S Allianco, Whiting, for San Francisco
H I J M S Kon-jjo, Tashiro, for San
Cargoes from Island Forts.
stmr iKmau ll.sn uses sugar, 2711 bags
potatoes, 57 bags con., 01 pics, 15 bi
hides, 150 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Jas Makee '2150 bags sugar and 7
Stmr C it llisliop 2270 bags sugar, 11 pigs,
4 bags potatoes, 23 hides and sundries.
Stmr Waialcale .'ttl bags sugar, 03 bills
greon hides, 3 bbls tallow, 0 bags coll'eo
and 33 pkgs sundries.
Prom Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau.
March 15 Prom Volcano: i? J Hecker and
wife, H Hecker, 13 L Marshall, J I, Stod
dard, Miss A 11 Stoddard, MissK Stoddard,
Miss M D Schneck, Mrs S Phillips, M 1)
Van Vales, H Wright. From wnv norts:
Two cases of drunkenness woro
disposed of in tho District Court
this morning. One forfeited SO aiid
tho other was fined $2 and $1 costs.
Rudolph Wostman, a uativo of
Norway, died at tho Queen's Hos
pital to-day. The funeral will take
place to-morrow afternoon at 3
Carl Johnson, a sailor, was ar
rested last night for appropriating
certain articles belonging to a
Chinaman. This morning he was
During tho stay of tho Japanese
training ship Kongo in port, her
officors havo made many frionds by
their courteous and gentlemanly ro
coptiou of all visiting tho warship.
A Portuguese boarder at St. Louis
College whilo oxorcising on tho bara
at noon to-clay lost his hold ana toll
to tho ground, injuring his spin6.
Dr. McLennan attended tho youth.
Tho whaling bark Andrew Hicks
will loavo for tho North this ovon
injj, leaving tho following vessels
cruising outsido: Alico Knowles,
William Bayliss, California and Bol
vidore. The dethroned Quoou in her leisure
hours lately has boon engaged in
composing songs and sotting them
to music. Tho music is printed in
Now York under hor nom do plume,
Tno public will oe given an op
portunity, which they aro eagerly
awaiting, of hearing tho independ
ent Hawaiian band on Wednesday
ovoning noxt, when it will give a
concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Robbers Beat tho Record for Heavy
Thoro have been numerous bold
and extraordinary burglaries ro
contly. Tho despoiling of tho resi
dence of Mr. A. J. Cartwright was
ono of tho heaviest in tho criminal
annals of tho Hawaiian Islands. A
safe weighing 100 pounds was car
ried from tho residence and broken
opon on tho road and tho contents
taken. Now comos anothor burg
lary in which a 150-pound safe was
taken and has not as yot boon found.
Tho two-story rosidouco of Mr. W.
H. McCandless, at Palama, a littlo
bolow tho Insane Asylum, was en
tered last night and a safe weighing
150 pounds was carried from tho
house. Tho safe was in tho bod
room of Mr. McCandless.
Mr. McCandless loft tho houso
oarly in tho evening, as was his
wont, to go to work, leaving a young
man in caro of tho residence. At G
o'clock tho man left tho house, re
turning at 8 o'clock, and it is be
liovod tho burglar was committed
botweon thoso hours. Tho man slept
upstairs in tho rear of Mr. Mc
Candless' room and did not hoar any
noiso during tho night. Mr. Mc
Candless was tho first to discover
tho loss of his safo this morning
when ho returned from work. Every
thing in tho lioiiso but tho safo was
as usual, nothing olso having boon
It is believed that tho burglary
was committed by someone acquain
ted with tno promises, who had been
watching tho house. The safo con
tained fifty dollars in paper money,
besides a few other valuables.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, March 13
ltobert t'atton, Francis Gay, F Sinclair and
wifo, Mr llrodio, Mr Eliott, Mrs J K Ward
and 20 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikalmla, March 14
Mr and Mrs 15 W Holdsworth, child and
nurse, 0 Tuch and about 2(1 deck.
From Haumkua and Lahaiua, per stmr
VaialeaIe, March 15 Mrs Ohot and 31
From Kapaa, per stmr. Tas Makee, March
15 A Lindsay and 5 deck.
Tho steamer whaler Bolvidcre is anchored
below the lighthouse.
The Hawaiian bark It. P. l'ithet received
sugar to-day from both tho btcamer Wai
ulualo and Kinau.
The steamers C. It. Bishop, 'Waialealo,
Jas. Makee and Kinau brought a total of
881)2 bags sugar from Hawaii, Kauai and
the other side of this island. There is a
reported abundance of sugar awaiting
transportation at Makaweli and Kilauca,
Kauai. Tho Makeo left again this after
noon for Kapaa, Kauai.
Arrived March 7, steamer l.ikuliko from
Honolulu; 8, steamer Kiuau from Hono
lulu: 14, steamer Kinau from Hilo.
Sailed March 8, steamer Kinau for Hilo;
1), steamer Ukollko for ports on Hawaii;
10, American 3-iuasted schooner Allen A,
ecnago master, lor Ban JTanclbco. bnip-
ers: j, 1. wautrnouso, 2iuy nags suuar;
H. Uavies it Co.. 2!1(I bans Mimir: ila-
lawa plantation, 28211 bags sugar; 0. J.
Falk, O000 gallons molasses; total, 8512 bags
sugar and 100 barrels molasses; value,
$2,390. II, steamer Kiuau for Honolulu.
A native named Solomon Koani
ani was convictod in tho District
Court this morning on a charge of
soiling liquor, commonly known as
swipes, on Sunday last at Kikihalo.
Tho liquor was analyzed by Prof. A.
B. Lyons and found to contain
enough alcohol to make ono stupid.
Tho native was sentenced to pay a
fiuo of 100 and $3.50 costs.
Lui Self, who was convicted of vio
lating gaming laws about a year
ago, and sentenced to pay a fine of
$500, was discharged from prison
to-day, "it appearing to Foster and
Wilcox, JJ., that ho has no pro
perty," and in compliance with a
certain section of a chapter of tho
Penal Codo as amended, which al
lows tho discharge of a prisonor
working out a fiuo after ho has done
servitude for ono j'oar.
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THE OARTWRIOHT BURGLARY.
Important Docision Rondorod by
Ohlof Justico Judd in Favor of
T. H. Davlos ot al.
Chiof Justico Oudd has rondorod a
decision on tho important water
rights caso of Tho Kohala Sugar
Company vs. T. H. Davios, T. II.
Walker, John McGuiro and Godfroj'
Brown, Trustees of tho Estate of
James Woods, deceased. Tho mat
tor came on for hearing on Deconi
bor 21, 1892, and tho Buli.i-.tin at tho
timo gavo a full description of tho
Tho plaintiff compairy owns lands
in Kohala, adjoining and occupying
tho country on both sides of and in
cluding a ravino called tho Waiana
oa gulch. Dofondants aro possossod
of lands adjoining thoso of plaintiffs
on tho south or southwesterly side
at a higher altitude Thoso lands. of
plaintiff and dofondants aro so situ
ated that tho natural How of water
is from dofondants' lands on to and
across plaintiff's lauds.
Thoro is an anciont spring on do
fondants' lands about a nnlo from
lands of tho plaintiff, from which
tho water has always flowed out and
down and upon tho lands of plain
tiff, through a watorvvay called Wai
akauana, running into Waianaoa
ulch. In times of hoavy rain tho
ow is large, but ordinarily it is
small. Tho bill of plaintiff (Kohala
Sugar Co.) alleges that dofondants
intend to divert tho water by build
ing a dam on their own land, etc.,
and that thoy had actually begun
such divorsion of tho water. A pre
liminary injunction was prayed for
and obtained, tho plaintiff filing a
bond.for damages, costs, otc.
Dofondants in their answor dony
that tho wator in tho Waianaoa gulch
comos from tho spring on thoirland.
Thoy admit that thoy intend to take
tho wator from the spring for tho
purpose of watoring tuoir live stock,
and dony that such use would inter
fere with any right of tho plaintiff.
Thoy produced much testimony to
show that tho spring in question,
Waipuhi, is supplied by percolation
from tho banks and is independent
of tho swampy ground bolow it, and
of tho wator which supplios tho
plaintiffs ditch at Pohakoa. An ox-
poriinont by Jlr. IS. r. Liow, tho do
fondants' mauagor, shows that as
tho swamp about 150 foot bolow
Waipuhi was boing drained Waipuhi
pool filled .up, having - previously
boon drained off by a syphon.
From all tho evidenco His Honor
is of opinion that in tho dry season
tho wator seen hero and thoro in tho
gulch comes into it from the north
or Hilo sido, and that tho taking of
water by defendants at Waipuhi, or
a littlo way bolow it, will not affect
or sensibly diminish the water which
tho plaintiff is entitled to take at
Pohakoa miles below. The testimony
of Mr. Low is not contradicted. Tho
Court does not find it established
that thoro is a continuous stream
of subterranean or otherwise, from
Waipuhi to Pohakoa, and as tho
burden is upon tho plaintiff to es
tablish this fact, tho bill must fail
and tho injunction with it.
Tho Court finds that it is unneces
sary, snieo tho plamtill has not es
tablished that the water it uses at
Pohakoa comes from Waipuhi, to
dibcuss tho law ably presented by
counsel, and concludes: "It is only
ossontial to add that tho pool of
Waipuhi is entirely in dofondants'
laud and thoy havo been accustomed
for a long poriod of timo to wator
their stock thoro. This right being
tho supply of a natural want as ad
mitted by all authorities, it is not an
unreasonable use of it to divert it
by means of a pipe to whore, on
their own land, it can bo more con
veniently used for tho hamo pur-
Fine:. Easter:. Millinery
3TOW OFEHST JiJT
.N. S. SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats 1
ALSO A l-'lN'K ASSORTMKNT OP
New Spring Dress Materials !
NKW KIOUKKO MUSMNS, OKGANDIKS .t CHAMMUCS,
NBW t'UKNCH ALL-WOOL CHAILLKS, .lark ground cllVcti;
WH1TK A: l'lUXTKD LIN'KN .t IRISH LAWJs'8,
NKW COTTON I'ONHEKS & COTTON CKAPr.S,
MOBSMAN' At Niulii, Kohala, MurclKIth,
to tho wifo of T. It. Mosbiuuu, u daughter.
WKSTMAN-In tho Qiicoii'h Hospital,
March IB, Umlolnli WcHtimm. u native
XV1'iiiiuiuI wilt tuko place from tho
Qiitun'N Hoipital, :i o'clock p, in., March
1(J. i'VicwlH anil acquaintances ruHpcctfnlly
invited to attend.
Porsons who nro subject to attacks
of bilious coliu can almost invariably
tell by their foolings, when to oxpout
mi attack. If Chumborlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtomody is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
Ijoar, thoy can ward till tho disease
Such porrfona should always keep
tho Jtuiiiudy at h: m ready for iiu
inediato ttbo when i..ulud. Two or
tliroo dosed of it at tho right time
will save them much buffering. For
sale by all dealers, liuuson, Smith
A: Co., agunta for tho Hawaiian Islands,
New Legislation Considered --Executive
Thoro was a general mooting of
tho Executive and Advisory Coun
cils this morning.
A bill was read a first timo to
grant a charter to tho North Pacific
Phosphato and Fertilizer Co.
Anothor bill road a first timo was
to confirm a contract botweon tho
Minister of tho Interior and C. N.
Spencer and G. D. Freoth, and to
provide for a lotiso of Laj'san and
An act to authorize tho leasing of
a host of islands and coral reefs,
supposed to belong to Hawaii, was
laid on tho table. Among thu isl
ands aro Bird, Neckor, Midway and
Tho Councils after ordinary busi
ness wont into oxecutivo session
with closed doors. It is believed
that Cabinet changes woro tho sub
ject of tho hoorot deliberations.
Three days is a very short timo in
which to euro a bad caso of rheu
matism; but it can bo done, if the
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo seen by tho following from James
Lambert, of New Brunswick, Ills;
"1 was badly utliieted with rheuma
tism in thu hips and legs, when J
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain lialin. it cured mo in three
days. 1 am all riuht to-day: and
would insist on every one who is
atllicted with that terrible disease to
usoChainhorluin'H Pain Biliin and get
well at ouco." f0 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers, lieiison. Smith
6i Co., agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
William Larson, ox-polico captain,
caused the arrest of Goorgo Sotnors,
Alex. Harris and Gus alias Charles
James, all colored men, yostorday
ovoning as boing connected with tho
burglary committed at tho rosidonco
of Mr. A. J. Cartwright botweon
Saturday and Sunday morning, uth
iust. Some time last week Somors,
who is well known as a bad charac
ter, having served his time on tho
reof, was noticed to have wealth.
Ho was known its boing out of work
and living on tho hospitality of
Alox. Harris. Larson got on to
Somer's trail and learned that lie had
disposed of some jowolry to a bar
keeper on Nuuatiu stroot. Tho jow
olry was idontiliod as part of tho
Yesterday Dotoctivo Larson invit
ed Somors to his rosidouco under tho
nrotoxt of clinniiur his horse.
Somors, eager to accommodate Mr.
Larson, was soon there, when ho was
confronted with tho accusation of
having burglarized Mr. Cartwright's
rosidonco. Somors led tho dotoctivo
to whoro ho lived with Harris, in
Fowlor'syard, and under tho houso
was found tho remainder of thu
Somors accused Harris and Gus as
boing his accomplices and tho trio
woro looked up. Thoy will bo tried
on a chnrgo of burglary on Saturday
morning in tho District Court. Bail
ha3 boon placed at $1000 each.
The strongest recommundntion
that any article can lmvo is tho en
dorsement of tho mothers of tho
town. When tho mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has moro than ordinary merit.
Hero is what tho Uontorvillo, boulh
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an article sold in their town: "From
personal experience we can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Homedy has
broken up btid colds for our chil
dren. Wo aro acquainted with many
mothers in Contorvillo who would
not lie without it in tho house fora
good many times its cost, and aro
recommending it every day." fiOcont
bottles for sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith !c Co., agents for the Ha
W. R. Castlo and Thurston &
Froar for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elite lco Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at onoo by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1H1 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. aiid 50o. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
A TWO KOOMK1) I-'IIJt-
x. jilshuil Uottago on
Kmiim Hi m are.
"1. O. Uox Z."
NOTICK IB HKUKHY
given that thu fullnw
inj; ilerlheel Animalx will
lie Mild at Public Auction,
on SAT Ull DAY. March 'Mi.
lSICI, at 1'.' o'clock noon, at tho Ubvcrniuunt
round at .miuciiu:
1 Hay Horho with whito spot on foro
liuuil, left foreleg white, ull others hlack,
branded "A" on rliiht hind lou.
1 lted Cow with rluht car Hpltt, branded
"I1" oii left hind leg.
0F- Ownerrt of the nliovu Animals must
hcnd in their claiiuH within 11 iluyn, othur
wIk they will hu sold on thu date above
named. 1). KAOAO,
Honolulu, March II, lb!i:i.
TO PLANT LOVEKS !
AKi'iioiAi. Mi:i;riN ok tiik
Hoard of Kirn Undet writer will hu
held at thu Itooni of thu Chamber of Com
iiiurcu TO-MOUIIUW, Thurcilay, the Kith
Inst., at - o'clock r. i'. Hinducx of im
portance. A. J A 1.(1 hit
Honolulu, Muruli 10, ltt'JJ.
UNDKltHKlNi:!) DKSIIIKS TO
uotifv thu imhlii! that hu in prepared
to I'ropaKalo nuv kind of Tree, Hhruh or
Hindi by Uruftlm;, lluddilie;, Kiiicbif,', or
other method. No payment will be re
quired until thoy arc well rooted, which
will take fioiu rd. week o hIx iiioiiIIih, nu
cordliiK to Its m'lntH. Now Is thu time for
ladles tnmaku prcMiutH whether exotics or
natlvef. lo her friend. 1 will iiImi uilder-
I take in eradicate ull I Usee In that prey upon
or uck thu cap mini trees anil oilier vcc,o
tables, which can bue.pelcd fioiu W lolid
hours; no euro no pay.
tW Tho Collee and Orange family u
OW-llU liUULETIN OUicu.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wo want to call the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has boon rc
ceivod'with, we believe has come
to stay and become an indispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut abovo will
show at once tho superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in voguo.
Sohivkn's Patunt Elastic
Sham Drawers are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers are
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages of
knit-goods, whilo retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam
wliicli contains no KUiuiEit, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than tho other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of tho wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
tho body assumes.
It will also bo found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
are equally well adaptcu to all
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and caso of
motion. In tho position as
sumed in tho cut, not the 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 great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
"We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known us "Juan"
to he tho coolest and best adapt
ed for those porsons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tno sun," out tne
follow who said that was all
wrong. Ho forgot "Gout's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, we 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
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many peoplo who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation somo
tiines felt, these goods will bo a
great boon, as, whilo thoy will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tliq lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From tho ninny
sentiiuonts of approval we havo
heard rogarding tlio.se goods wo
believe thorn lo bo a good thing
for our climate, and havo placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will hu on sale in about
To any portion desiring to see
the Hiimplob which wo have wo
will bo pleased lo show them.
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
we have the very latest in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NEW LOT OV THE
Adeline Black Stockings
arc Absolutely East Color and will not Crock tliuy arc pronounced
20 lbs. m
UU'WUfcWN.'Ssefc.-x . MM
Your doctor fully IHJquestud
will tell you Our Store and j
it is the Sam pus of the
to call at
it a Pukk
A dainty new booV, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LEEMINO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it lor use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
109 Fort Street,
HoxioItjiI-u., TL. I.
aciflc Hardware Co, L'd
Cummins' Block, Fort Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OK VEKY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE OK SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
CUant INTa-il Fullers, Lariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
Awls a.nd Tools, Garden Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB- IF EHLBRS 3c CO.
89 PORT STREQEJT.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KIN1W OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At Imlf thu fjruiur cost.
Velvet &j SrnyriclEi 1-u.gs
In till Hl'h jjri'ittly rciluml.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
tm in fuel wo olli-r Iiiiiiiciisu lliiri;iiliis In till Dcpartini'iiti.
M. MoINEKxN Y
VnT Dressmaking Under Uie Hanaaenient o! MISS K. 0LAIIK. Ji
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