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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1893.
Tuesday, Jlaruli 2S.
Italian steel bk Cavaliere Lulgl I), 1)1 Lic-
tri, 21 days fiom San Francisco
Stnir Kilmu'ii Hou from Hawaii
Tuesday, March 2S.
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 in
Stmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Stmr Claudinu fur Maui at 5 i in
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stmr Jas Makee for Kupaa
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Mar 28 For Volcano: D V (ii-allv, H G
Howland, Miss Mollit, Miss G I'lay'tor, H
O Lyon, J J Williams. V H Charlock, Miss
M G l'arkor, Jlrs Paulson, Miss A R Pratt,
Miss G Holbrook, W Holbrook, 8 Howard,
Oliver C L McArthurand wife. Wav jiorts:
Jaa Kenton, O Notley, Mrs C L' Wight,
Miss Mary Hitchcock, Jas Falknor, O Is
Kompstcr, Mrs Fninia Mahelona and 3
children, J E Seong, L Asiu, Jlrs Leslie
and child and others.
Vessels in Fort.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
TJ S F S Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am 4-masted schr Robt Searles, l'eltz,
from Newcastle, N S V
Am hk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Gerhk H Huckfeld.Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Mis ukt Morning Star from Mieionosia
Foreign Vessels Expected.
TJ S S Hanger, from San Francisco
II S S Adams, from San Francisco
H B M S Hyacinthc from Ksuuiimilt
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Tcmerairo from England
Am bktne Irmgard from San Fianciscoduo
Am bktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, duo March 21
Am Alice Cooke from Newcastle, N S W,
due March 25
Am 4-niastcd schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, fiom
Newcastle. N S W
Am 4-m schr Olga, from Newcastle, N S W,
Am 4-m King C
W. April S-i
Am 4-m bktnu W II Hume, from
castie, is v. April 2o-au
Br bk Gainsborough, fiom Newcastle, NS
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W.
Bk Amy Turner, fiom Boston, duo Mav
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Ger bkt Amelia from Port Townsend
Six Chinese gamesters woro placed
under arrest last uight.
Smoking is nllowod at tho sessions
of tbo Executivo nml Advisory Coun
cils. Dr. C. T. Rodgors has boon ap
pointed surgeon to tbo regular
foreos at tbo barracks.
Col, Sopor bas reported to tbo
Govorumout tbo completion ot quar
ters for tbo band at tho barracks.
Tlu mat orial thrown up by tbo
drodgor on tbo osplanado is buing
earted away for uso for building
Twoutv-six Chinese names annoar
on the District Court criminal calen
dar on charges of opium smoking
Mr. rainier, naturalist for the Bri
tish Royal Society, is at presont on
gaged in bis bird collecting busiuess
on tins island.
Tbo S. S. Alameda will bo duo on
April 7th from San Francisco and
tbo S. S. Gaolic on tbo 11th from
tho samo place.'
A railroad bas boon laid from tho
osplanado to tho dumping grouud
on tho Kakaako roof, across tbo
mariuo railway lot.
Tho doparturo ot tho steamer Ki
nau this afternoon was a lively
evont. No less tbau sixteen passen
gers left for tbo Volcano.
After doing a little general busi
ness this morning, tbo Executive
and Advisory Councils wont into
special session with closed doors.
At tho grand concert of tho H. M.
H. Nooau, announced to-day, tbo
phonograph will givo four selec
tions, to bo hoard by tho audience.
The Hawaiian national liantl will
give a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this ovotiing for tho benefit of pas
songors leaving by the S. S. Austialia.
Tho tug-of-war tournament has
boon postponed until Saturday
nisiht, when Portugal and Hawaii
will have the final tug for first prize.
Owing to tho boisterous weather
yesterday evening tbo P. G. band
did not play at Emma Square. Tho
wind was so strong that tbo lamps
could not bo kept alight.
A proposal from Col. J. II. Sopor,
commanding tho force's, to have a
drum corps organized at tho bar
racks, wih referred to tho military
coinmitteo by tho joint Council.
The Lohengrin Vienna boor sold
ouly at tho Pantheon is advertised
by a gorgeous colored poster on
linen, it lias an artistic picture of
a warrior coming out of tho sea with
a foaming gla.ss ot lager in his hand.
SOMETHING LIKE A FULL.
Portugal Wiu a Vino Tur with
Germany Hawaii Plays with tho
Tho tug-of-war matches at tho
Boretania street Armory yesterday
evening woro largely attended. Tho
first tug put on was between Hawaii
and Japan. Tbo Hawaiians after
humoring thoin for two minutes and
a balfj -by just holding tboir own,
were given a signal by tbo stroko to
"huki, and it was laugbablo to seo
tbo little fellows falling over each
other as tho hemp traveled back to
Hawaii. Tho Japs' anchor man was
almost stood on bis head. Time,
The next pull between Germany
and Portugal was tho ovont of tho
ovening, and not a few "yellow boys"
had boon wagered on tho result, with
Germany at tho big ond. As tho
teams camo out on the platform thoy
were lustily cheered by tboir respec
tive admirers, Portugal took tbo
Ewa ond of tho platform and Gor
mauy the Waikiki. "Baugl" wont
tho signal at 8:2L o'clock and Ger
many secured three inches as a
leader. At tbo half hour tho Teu
tons held the indicator 2 foot in
their favor and two minutes later
tbo ribbon hung at tho 2 feet notch.
Tho Portugueso bold their opponents
and tho ropo traveled back and forth
inside Gorman territory, but never
beyond tho 3-foot notch. At 9
o'clock tbo indicator stood at 1 foot,
Gorman. At tho ond of the hour,
J):2l o'clock, tho ropo still bung in
favor of Germany bv l.1. feet. A
few minutes boforo !):.'i0 o'clock Por
tugal inado a grand effort to ond tbo
suspense and with an etra strong
pull brought the indicator to tbo
starting point, and promptly at '.1:30
o'clock tbo ribbon hung 1 feet in
their favor. It was evident now that
it would be a matter of time, as tho
Teutons had exerted themselves too
much in tho early part of (ho pull.
They made several etl'orts to regain
their lost grounu, but all attempts
woro futile, while tho Portuguese
became confident. The cheering i
was deafening, jis Poitugal made a i
spurt and inch by inch gained until,
at U:M o'clock, tho tov gun shot '
forth a victory for Portugal. Timo
1 hour 2.'5 minutes.
Captain Camara brought tho Por
tuguese team on the platform after
tbo tumult bad subsided, and they
gave three cheers for the Gorman
Captain Ziegler, of tho German
team, who was a heavy loser, was
satisfied that the Portugueso won on
their motifs, and consequently made
HAWAIIAN PATRIOTIC LEAGUE.
A Woman's Branch. Orgauized
Sing hoy & Co. have a notice post
ed up at the Post Ollice, offering $25
reward for tho conviction of the per
son who burglarized their store
Saturday night. Tho articles stolon
wero one bamboo hat and ouo over-
Several candidates woro initiated
into Aloha Court, lndopondont
Order of Forosters, yesterday even
ing. Dr. Lucas carries away to
morrow tho application forachartor
with tho required number of names
Tho Hawaiian flags in tho Govern
ment Houso 3'ard aud on tho bar
racks wero blown to tatters yester
day. It was an ovorsight that storm
Hags woro not hoisted in tho gale, as
used to bo done on tho Palaco and
as tho naval custom is.
Mr. H. C. Lyon, manager or tho
Raymond &z Whitcomb excursion
ists, with fourteen of tbo party loft
this afternoon on tho steamer Kinau
for tho Volcano. J. J. V"illiains,
photographer, and his assistant .
Charlock wont with tho excursionists.
fiom Nowcastle, N S !
The S. S. Austialia will leave for San
Francisco to-morrow at noon.
The missionary packet Morning Star has
on board, besides a vurious assortment of
curios, mats and shells, 550 cocoanuts, 150
tree trunks, 40 cords llruwnod, and M logs
kou wood. Shu will dock to-morrow to
Tliu Italian steel bark Cavaliere Lulgl
D., Di Liotri, master, arrived oil' port to
day, 21 days from Han Francisco, with a
cargo of general moichaudUu. Owing to
the liolsterous gale prevailing she did not
make any immediutu signal lor coming In
to port. Captain DI Liotri reports having
sighted a bark which wus presumably the
Milium Ala, from San Francisco bound for
this port, twice on tliu passage, the last
timo being ten days ago. Tho winds woiu
contrary up to yesterday when the Lulgl
1). madu an unexceptional good day's run.
She Is docked at Brewer's Wharf, aud will
commence discharging to-morrow.
SOHUMAN In this oitv, March 27, Ibill,
to tho wlfu of U. Schumau, a son.
QAGAN At tho Queen's Hospital, Muno.
lulu, March 27, 1801, of pneumonia,
Thomas Uagau, aged 10 enrs, a native
of New'. Yoilt.
Tho boisterous gale of yesterday
created gieat havoc along King
street. One of tho sentry boxes at
tho Palaco gate was toppled over
and smashed, luckily without tho P.
G. guard goinj frith it, and the elec
tric light wiies weie snapped by a
The Hawaii and Crescent baseball
clubs, of tho Hawaiian League, will
pity a practice game on the new
giounds on Saturday afternoon at It
o'clock. Both teams have been hard
at practice preparing for tliu open
ing of the season, and a good game
is expected. N'o admission will bo
Tho Road Supei visor does not an
pear to confine improvements to the
city front alone, as be has had a
gang of workmen engaged on that
dilapidated thoroughfare in the
rear of 11. Hackfeld A: Co.'s wtue-
hoti.so, and running through from
Foit to Alnkca stieet. Soon it will
be one of the best roads in town.
Tho hcssion haws of ltw2aro now
ready for distribution at tho Inte
rior Clork's ollice. They make a
book of -112 pages including index,
and wero printed by R. thieve. The
papor is superior to that of former
volumes of laws. Besides the con
stitutional amendments passed at
the session, the Constitution of 1887
is printed in full.
All who would help a worthy
object from their Hiirplus books
should not fail to carry or send a
volume to the Y. M. C. A. hall this
evening. A delightful entertain
ment awaits all the donors, There
is not an evening that vouug aud
j old people are not to be seen enjoy -i
iug the literature piovided in the
Association s leading room.
Marshal Ashley in his last week of
oil ict i issued a notice to the effect
that the inauager.s of tho Chinese
Theat to would be allowed to bang
on their tom-toiiin until a ceitaiu
hour. The management does not
hcom to obere the mandate, as last
night the pleasing (.'l lofraiu of Ori
ental inusu; wn beam up to n:i;i
A woman's branch of tho Hawai
ian Patiiotic League was organized
yesterday afternoon at Ariou hall.
A large number of prominent ladies
woro present and boforo tho meeting
adjourned 100 names woro signed to
Mrs. F. V. Macfarlano was unani
mously elected as President. On
coming forward she stud she under
stood there was to bo no party poli
tics in the organization, but that
the object was simply and solely to
present a memorial from Hawaiian
women to tho United States Com
missioners, conveying tlftir respect
ful petition to 1'icsmt Cleveland for
the preservation of tho independ
ence of" Hawaiians. Being younger
than other ladies present she accept
ed the honorable position with gieat
reluctance, and nothing but their
unanimous voice in electing her in
duced hor to consent.
Mrs. Macfarlano found a little
difficulty in expressing herself fluent
ly in Hawaiian, and a tender of his
services as interpreter by Mr. J. E.
Bush was accepted. Tho interpreter
kept strictly to tho President's utter
ances, making no attempt to intro
duce bis own views.
Tho following other officers wero
lioiiorarj- Presidents: Mrs. T. H.
Foster, Mrs. l- S. Pratt, Mrs. .1. A.
Cuininiiis, Mrs. S. C. Allen and Mrs.
C. A. Brow n.
President: Mrs. F. W.Macfarlane. j
Vice-Presidents: Mis. .las. Camp- i
bell and Mrs. C. O. Berger. I
Secietary: Mrs. Kahalowai.
Honorary Secretary: Mis. C. P.
Tieasurer: Mrs. W. M. Giffard.
Executive Committee: Mrs. F.W,
Macfarlano, Mrs. J. Nawahi, Mrs. J.
Kaao, Mis. W. L. Wilcox, Mrs. h.
Abolo, Mis. James Gay, Miss Hattie
Hiiam, Mis. Lemon, Mis. A. A. llaa
lolea, Mrs. C. O. Hergor, Mis. M.
H. Aldrich, Mi
Finance Commit tee: Mrs. S. H.
Meekapu. Mrs. G. W. Miles, Mis. E.
Norrie, Mrs. H. H. Webb, Mrs. A.
Joy, Mrs. Kanopa, Miss Doirou, Mrs.
C. Sharratt, Mis. Maluiio and Mrs.
J. U. Holt.
LO THE POOll INDIAN.
Intorosting JLocturo by Itov. Dr. Lu
cas In Y. M. 0. A. Hall.
Admiral Skorrett, I". S. X., pio
sidod at tho lecture bv Kev. Dr. Lu
cas at Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday
evening. There was a fair-sized
audionco, including many young ioo
ple. Dr. Lucas gayo an interesting
account of tho habits of tho Indians,
among whom ho lied in Ontario,
Quebec ami British toluinbia. Their
manner of binding their children's
heads to a board, making them take
abnormally long shapes, was do
scribed. Ono girl was told of who
had a top pioco a font and a half
long. Tho vny8 of the "medicine
men," corresponding to tho Hawai
ian kahunas, aud tho leveienco hold
for them ami their barbarous prac
tices, wero rotated with shuddeiing
Dr. Lucas described tho native
oratory of tbo Indians, which be
would adopt as the ideal of natural
oratory. An Indian orator spoko
with not only bis mouth but bis
limbs and whole body. His was the
truo oratorical faculty of being ablo
to sling an idea from his own skull
with unerring precision into tho
cranium of an auditor.
Another high natural gift bo
found among the Indians of British
Columbia was that of sculpture.
Tho" could carve at short notico out
of the black marble of the region a
"speaking statue" of any subject
that offered. He had known one to
make a lifelike statue of a British
naval captain in a fow days. Tho
lecturer believed that if ono'of those
natural sculptors could bo given tbo
advantages of technical training
amidst the great art galleries of
Euiope, ho could produce work
rivalling if not surpassing that of
the great masters of the middle
ages. In this connection he gave
an eloquent account of a visit his
wife aud he had paid to an art gal
lery in Florence.
Dr. Lucas next gave illustrations
of wit in geneial and the wit of
Indians in particular, keeping his
audience in a merry mood for more
than half an hour on this division.
i Ho ended his entertaining effort
i with samples of Indian speech and
1 vocal music. If the Indians sing as
well as ho imitated them, thoy would
givo our Hawaiian quintets a hard
push for pro-omiiionco.
At tho close of his lecture Dr.
Lucas called attention to tho organ
ization heio of a Court of tho Inde
pendent Order of Foresters, a bene-
licial society that is giowmg rapidly
throughout the States and Canada,
which pays.?;HX),0(K)ayear to widows
and orphans of members. He also
gave notice of the Y. M. C. A. libra
ry benefit entoitaiumeut this even
ing, and promised that on (hat occa
sion ho would make his best effort
to entertain the gathering.
Dr. Lucas proposed a vote of
thanks to Admiral Skorrett for pre
siding, which was carried by enthu
siastic acclamation. The Admiral
returned tbo compliment by a simi
lar proposal for the lecturer, whose
effort he was sure thoy all enjoyed.
Spontaneous applause also ratified
Easter :. Millinery
nctw" ofeist jt
Ifort Street, Honolulu,
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers !
New Ribbons !
3ST HI W 3L. -A- O E S !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers 1
also a riNi: as:soutmi;nt of
Dress Materials !
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Selgo Sciatic Rheumatism
cjLvSs SsW f.'VU
Mr. Arthur SUnon
Of Galatea, Oulo.
! "They said I was iuciirnlilr, the doctors
! dlil, hut tho result lias nro en tint llnotl's Sar-
B.ipirllla was utile to citrr. 1 hail Sclsitl')
iniemn.iuMii anu was cnni.msi 10 i.iy mcii six
moutlij. Tlirco physicians aid nut hcli raj and
I Was Clvon Up to Dio
When I was In this terrible cmulitlnn, unnlile
to mm e linuil or fool, I beg in to t.iko Hood's
Harsaparlll i. The llrst liuttlu li.ul a little cf
fcit, ami while t'lklim the sciihkI, I gained so
r ipiilly that 1 cmilil sit up in in cli.dr. My sys
tem had turn so run down liy other Medicine,
tint It look innqiiltua while tuie nperate. 11
tlu'tlni" 1 li.ul tiKen four buttles of limit's Sar-
M I... I...! M.j w i sapailll.i. I lonltl miiIIi uronnil, and now. as I
i. M. ivail.ll, Ml. . I j,m. t:il,i.i six dottles. I um cured nml can
IV. M. Iv. Ivcohokillole. doa good day's work. IiloiuitfuU I can praise
cnmiith." Aitrilt'it Sisio.v, (ial itea, Ohio.
"Wc want to call the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has boon re
ceived with, we believe litis come
to stay and become tin iudispen
biblo article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this niannei over
those heretofore in vnguo.
Si'i:ivi:x'ri Patknt Ki.astic
Ska.m Duawkks tiro provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Ixskktidx at the
inner and outer scums, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers are
cut in figure outlines and nll'ord
the wearer till the advantages o
knit goods, while retaining the
superior coiufoi I of woven fnhric.
Tho Iti:.t Ki.asth' Si: ui,
wlncli contaixs xn i: i ' um: i:, re
tains its springiness and weal's
longer than tho other portion o
the garment. It makes tin.
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
tho body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patkxt Elastic Ska.m Di;awi;us
arc equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in tho cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic scanis allow the transfor
mation of tho iigure 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 the&e goods in all sizes, aud
can recommend those made of
tho material known us".Jkax"
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They s.iy that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
The latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from the
niitiiiifiicturoi's. It consists of
xi:v riuntr.n mfsi ix. omiAXDir.s a ciiamiumcs,
M:V ntKXClI Al.i.-W001. UIAILLLS, dark ground elleets;
WUITi: A. l'UINTLl) LINUX .fc 1UIS.11 LAWNS,
ni:v toTi'oN i'ox(ii:i:& .v. cotton chaffs,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
M'K havi: thi: vi:hy j.atim' in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings !
ALSO A Ni:V LOT OF Till:
Airline jjlack Stockings
are Absolutely Fast Color and will not Crock they are pronounced
20 lbs. W
f YXW sss"-
it is the
JCSt51 You arc respect-
Your doctor fl,1,y "''lOSt(J(l to Call at
will tell you Our Store and j
Samim.k of. the
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to ecry
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LHEMINO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
;e Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Ou.ra.-m.ins' Blocls., Port Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
of vi:i:y srii:i:ioi: quality.
an invoioi: OF
HOOD'S PlUL.3 r Hi" l"t iitli rnlluaor
J1U, assltt illsf.Uuii, euro lieailaebe. Ttj a box.
"Tho people of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Uomody and do not want auv other,"
snya John V. liishop, of I'ortland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. Thoy
kuow it to bo Hiiporior to any other
for coldH, and as a preventive ami
euro for croup, ami why should thoy
not iusiHt upon having it. til) cent
bottlos for sale bv all dealers. Hun-
soii, famltliA! Co., agents for tho Ha- o'clock. Marshal Hitchcock will
waiiuu iHlmiUn. )urIUpH attend to this nuisance.
Amusement This EvoninR.
In this issue the townsfolk will
find folded the program of an enter
tainment to lie gncii tills evening i
for tbo benefit of tbo V. M. C. A.
library. Dr. Lucas, who has given
much of his testing time hero to
woik, will make his last public ap- I
noaranco bote on this occasion, He I
promises the following selections:
''The Quaker Meeting," "The Vork
sbireuians Welcome," "To the New
Uaby," " Punch's liulogj on Abra- I
ham Lincoln," Oiigiunl Poems. Ily
bpecial inquest ho vill sing in the
Indian language. Admission charge
-a book, or books, suitable for the
Persons who are subject to attacks I
of bilious colic can almost invariably
tell by their feeling.';, when toopcc(
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic, J
Choleia ami Diariluea Itemed) is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap-
pour, thoy can ward oil' the disease.
.Such persons should always Keep
the Itemed at hand, leady for im
mediate use when needed. Two or
three doe of il at the right time
I will sate t hem much suH'ering. I'or
sale by all dnalcis. lleunou, Smith
A: Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl-
- wii.i. m; i.n i v 10 'nil' -
H. I. EL NOEAU
roll I'UKl'iHi: WF.LL-KNOWN
On Thursday Evening, March 30, i
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
to co.mh.kti: ouif lim: of sizf.s.
Band Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
AT 7:i) O'CLOCK.
Aiiioiij! those who will kindly ns-I-d
.MlnS M. ATKINSON,
MlhS II. MACFAliLANK,
THE HAWAIIAN NATIONAL BAND,
Utilize, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Ciarnionts with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
hack to protect tho 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 felt, the.-o goods will be u
great boon, its, while they will
luivo tho advantage of wearing
cotton Ijihric, tho lungs and
diick win nave a nice wtirin cov
ering of wool. From thu many
sontinients of approval we have
hoard regarding these goods wo
believe thorn to ho a good thing
j for our climate, and havo placed
i our orders for u full slock,
! which will he on nide in about
I To any person desiring In see
the samples which we have w
will ho pleased to show llicin
0-iR.iit IsTeUI Fullers, Iuixriivt Swivols,
Turner's Snips ctncl Sh.eu.rs,
.A.-wls and Tools, Garden
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IF EHLERS c CO.
99 FORT STK.H1E3T.
- AI'i'KIt TAKINO STOCK ALL KIS'DS Ol'
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half l In- former mt.
Velvet cSc Smyrna PJ.-u.gs
In all slzi's fju-atlj it'ilui'i'tl.
Woolen Gootls in Plaiu, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
ggf In fail m ..lhr 1 n- llaig.nn- in all t:irtiiU'iUs. -BCt
I'tf' DroKsiuaklnu Uiulcr llio Mauagoiaont ol MISS K. CLARK. ..&
lte Tli'kuti. ant on alo at ,M. Mela- "
rnix'a. T. II. Thrum' Hook-Morn, Klltu i IXTI7W).'r
li'oOri'Jiiu 1'ariom unu oi iiiuiiiiKn-mu mo i v IVlPl l 11,11 l 1
u-MLm -i.1 A.UA4. i .. m mva. i k.
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