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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
.. , WEDNESDAY, MAUOH 29, 1893.
Wr.n.Ni'.siiAY, Mnreh 'JO.
USS Wuhan Hush, Hooper, 8 days 20
hours from 8nn Vrnm'Ncu
SS Australia, llmullptto, for San Kiuifc-
I'ixco, at 2 ii in
Am sch Hubert Seniles, 1'iltz, for San
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thomnsou, for San
For San Francisco, nor S 0 Allon, Mar
20 J Ii Sunder.
For San Francibco, per S S Australia.
Mar 20-0 L llrito. JI Vamalvus, J K
Andro, J C White, Hov Ur Lucas, Mrs J M
Oat and 2 children, Vm Gordon, Jr. Cant
W 11 Kills. Miss Knaiip, T H Fulton, Mrs
V G Ashley and 2 uhihlien, W J Fcron, F
G-Kwing, M McGregor, It Webster, Mrs
Mullcr, Jtiss 11 1! Fiilton, Missus Homier
(2),,Miss Young, Ownynng Keu, Mrs Kirk
lmul, W A Johnson, C Kaisor, I)r McDon
ald nml wife, Mrs T L Gulick. Miss I Stiles.
Mrs and Miss Hicks, 1' YV White, wife and
2 children, Mrs M J Howell, F Lewis, Mrs
Owon, Theo Harlow and wife, M LouIsmih,
Miss Gillihind, Mrs H S Cuiilm and 2 chll
drun, l)r Oorwin, J A Jov, Miss Greenwood,
Miss Shcrling, Miss Schcnek, Miss l'hil
lilis, F .1 Hecker, Mrs F J Hcckor and son,
Mrs J W Center and daughter, S C Allen
and wife, Col I) 1) Judd, M G men wood and
wife, J L Stoddard, H H Hanning.T J 1 lo
gins ninl wife, .1 H McDonald, Jl) McDon
ald, Mrs W 0 Wilder, Miss Kmors-on, H
Morrison and wife, Mrs A J Uaitwright, 2
children and servant, Hr Avordam, j'rauk
Godfrey, F M Hutch, MKt.es Stoddard (2),
Tho American 1-mastod schoonor Hohert
Searles, Captain l'ilt., left this morning
for San Finncisco with a full caigo of
Tho S. S. Australia left for San Fran
cisco at 2 o'clock this afternoon with a
domestic cargo valued at 1l!l,.-:iS.r0 and
foreign valued at 20"i.i. Among her cargo
was mom bunches bananas and lloil bags
The American bark S. G. Allen, Thomp
son, cleared fur San Francisco to-day with
li),ai(J bags of sugar weighing 2, IKi.U.'i!
pounds, and valued at .!)(!, lllj.US. Tho
shippers wnie F. A. Schaefcr iV Co., ('.
Hicwer it Co., and T. 11. D.ivies it Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor
thick, raining; wind frosh northeast.
Tno Misses Hopper wont for a trip
to tho Coast by tho Australia, lo bo
gouu a low months.
Tho mail bj tho S. S. Australia
to-day for tho Coast consisted of
7593 letters and 2931 papurs.
Tho Aloha Gallery has a fine
viow of Fort street with annexation
appearanco taken this afternoon.
gecond Ofiicor Hawcs of tho S. S.
Australia has tho thanks of the
Bulletin for a San Francisco Ex
aminer of tho 20th inst.
Tho Bullktin is indebted to Com
mander C. L. Hooper of tho U. S.
Rovonuo cutter Hush for a full file
of tho San Francisco Call.
Tho H. M. H. Xooatt's concert,
which was to have taken place this
evening at tho Kawaiahao Church,
has been postponed until Saturday
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic Company
will present tho Hawaiian historical
drama, "Lady of tho Twilight," on
tho boards of tho Opora Houso on
By reference to the official column
it will bo seen that thoro will bo a
sale of tracts of Government land
at North Ililo, Hawaii, to-moirow
at nootij at tho front entrance of
L. J. Lovoy will sell at auction at
tho residence on Lunalilo, corner of
Piikoi street, tho ontiro household
furnituro of Mrs. C. N. Spencer, to
morrow at 10 o'clock. Tho f uruit tiro
comprises an elegant assortment.
Tho Hawaiian National Band eravo
another public concert at the Hotel
yesterday evening. A largo and ap
preciative audience was present, and
tho music was oxcnptionalby brilli
ant. Tho Hotel guests applauded
tho musicians at intervals.
The five sailors who aro charged
with having murdered tho second
mate of tho bark Hesper on tho voy
age from Newcastle, X. S. , to
Honolulu, arrived in San Francisco
in irons on March 18th on tho bark
ontino Tropic Bird. Thoy wore
shipped by tho American Consul at
A passougor by tho iniinionary
stoam packet Morning Star spoko in
high terms of tho Hawaiian mission
aries and thoir doportnient in tho
South Seas. In his own words,
"thoy aro tho people." Thov aro
much respected by tho Micronesiaius
and thoir advice in all matters is
much bought alter.
Tho wife of Mr. J'. Opforgelt,
of tho firm of E. Holl'schlaeger
A; Company, and family viojo
booked to leave by the S. S.
Australia to-day, but their depar
ture has boon uofonod on account
of tho sudden illness of Mr. Opfor
golt. Ho was taken down Mtorday
afternoon, and is now in tiio hands
of a doctor.
Dr. and Mrs. McDonald of Hali
fax, N. S., loft for homo bv the
stoamor to-day, after a gtoatly en
joyed stay of several months in the
islands. Thoy made many frit utn
. hero and worn very sorry to leave.
Dr. McDonald has taken away miiuo
hundreds of lantern slides of Ha
waiian beetles, with which ho will
S. S. Altimeda, wii
after her an mil
on the complaint of Peter llorgiiiau,
onooi the ciow. charging him with
assault with a deadly weapon while
the Mourner was in Honolulu haibor.
Kobeits' defense Is that the other
picked a quarrel with him and in
the light which utnmud got worsted,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fiuncisoo, March 20.
flVr U. S. S. Hush.
THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
NOTE OP D1STHUST Or ULF.VM.AND DY A
Tho San Franoisco Call (Hopub
licau) of this date has tho following
leading editorial, under the heading,
"Cleveland's Hawaiian Policy":
Tho somewhat oxtraoidiiiary in
telligence conies from Washington
that President Clnvoland has dis
covered that his Hawaiian policy is
a blunder. Ho is ovon said to havo
added two pages of instructions to
tho original amount thought neces
sary for tho guidance or Commis
sioner Blount. Tho secrot of all
this is that tho English party exult
ed somewhat too openly. Thoy
counted Clovoland as irrevocably on
their sido as if ho had been in birth
an Englishman. All tho ex-Queen's
retainers extolled Cleveland's
sagacity in sending a commis
sioner to tho islands. It was exactly
what thoy wanted. In fact it was
tho policy thoy had marked out for
him. llioro aro business as well as
political intotosts to bo served.
Dayios, the guardian of the Princess
Kaiulani, is tho Honolulu agent of
tho Canadian Pacific Hailroad. It is
quite natural that tho Canadian
Pacilic Hailroad Company should
profor to sco tho islands under an
English protectorate than to seo
ilium a part of tho United States.
Davies cannot bo censured in work
ing for his company, but thero aro a
good many Americans who do not
see why Clovoland should assist.
Tho appointment of a commissioner,
says Darius, is tho very thing wo
want. Of 11,000 rotos in Hawaii he
doos not think that more than 1000
will bo cast in faror of annexation.
After tho snub Mr. Cleveland has
administered it is quite likely that
the majority will bo agaiust annexa
tion. What then? Suppose under
tho native and English combination
tho vote should bo adverse to an
nexation. Suppose even that it
should favor an English protector
ate. Does Mr. Davies suppose that
England will bo allowed to t.iko
possession of the islands without
wuvr caiisku Tin: C'HANOn.
A "Washington despatch of tho
18th says: "Hawaiian matters were
again discussed at the Cabinet meet
ing. Tho result took the form of
two type-written pages of additional
instructions to ConmiissionorBlount.
The most that can be made out of it
is that additional instructions weio
made necessary in tho light of tho
last uows from Hawaii. It is be
lieved tho reports indicating incioas
ed activity on tho pari of the Eng
lish havo piompted a chaugo in pre
vious instructions, so as tooll'set any
inroads that may bo made upon tho
inllueuco maintained up to that time
by the American representatives in
"It is reported to-day that tho in
structions which Blount was expect
ed to convoy to Minister Stevens
contemplated tho withdrawal of tho
Boston's battalion from their station
on shore, anil oxplicit disapproval
of Minister Stovons' act in establish
ing a temporary protectoiate."
Another despatch received in Chi
cago says Mr. Davies had been
given plenty of unofficial encour
agement in Washington, and had
shown his delight at tho apparent
uiurioiutliness ot (Jlovolanu admin
istiation to annexation.
Tiin tlt in the ointment.
A despatch from Washington of
tho 15th says ox-Heprosontativo
Blount was bound for Honolulu on
a secret mission. As chairman of
tho Foreign Allairs committee in
tho House, Mr. Blount took a very
consorrativo positiou on tho Hawai
ian question, refusing to commit
himself without further information.
The despatch goes on to give tho
following as the lcasons for Cleve
land's, withdrawal of the tieaty lrotn
"More than a year before tho over
throw of the "Queen, a delegation
from the Hawaiian Legislature came
to this country, without public an
nouncement, "seeking indications
from the administration as to what
.support a roolutionary party might
rely on if it should overthrow the
old Government and establish a
Provisional Government, its has been
done. The ultimate object, as then
disclosed, was to secure annexation
to this country, as they did not hope
for hucccii in the permanent estab
lishment of a now government.
Blount amis among tho few pcisons
with whom the delegates talked,
and ho then ret used to commit him
self to tiny such plan. There is no
doubt that since tho overthrow of
tho Queen ho has had some suspi
cion that this Government may !iuo
encouraged the revolution, find
might possibly bo accused of having
a part in tho establishment of the
now Ginoruinent on the islands with
which we hiio been asked to Ileal."
The despatch indicates that Mr.
Blount's mission is to tlioioughly
investigate the question of how the
Government came to bo oveitluowu,
and whether the Provisional Goern
incnt actually represents the popular
sentiment, it says the idea is that
a Government in Hawaii claiming to
represent the people must bu strong
enough to maintain itself if tho
United Slates Government is to
treat with it. The despatch further
Tho piobability is that wo would
do nothing to maintain the Provi
sional GoMirnineiit against any other
GoMiriimeut the people of Hawaii
themselves might seek lo establish;
but if it was found thai the I'rmi
sioiitil Government was ically the
chosen GoMtrumeiit of the islands,
nml U'ik iinl tliiiinmliiiit im I In, mm
I port of tho I'niled States for it
i.i.tonco, the pinim-iiiou for
atiou ma) be lav manly legarded
and an amended treaty lini) be muiI
to the Senate at the next M'srion,
However, apart fioiu other con
niduralioiih the desirability of aunox-
ing tho islands will bo investigated
as a business proposition. It is said
that tho administration eaily receiv
ed information, which was deemed
reliable, that tho overthrow of Queen
Liliitokalaui and tho establishment
of tho Provisional Government was
the result of a plan formulated by
the sugar-producing elements on
tho islands, and which was further
ed in Sau Francisco. Upon receiv
ing this information tho withdrawal
of tho treaty was determined on.
THE PRINCE AND l'RINCESS.
Prince David was at Chicago on
tho 18th, on his return journey. He
expressed the boliof that tho Queen
would bo restored to power.
Piincess Kaiulani and party ar
rived at New York from Philadel
phia and Washington on the night
of tho 18th. Ther were to romain
in Now York until Wednesday, 22d,
when they would oinbark on the
steamer Majestic for England.
Theo. II. Davies, who throughout
has acted and spoken for tho Prin
cess Kaiulani, said: "AVe only canio
heio to soctiro recognition and thou
to ask tho American people to look
into theso Hawaiian matters. The
appointment of a commissioner bj'
tho President to go to Hawaii and
formally investigate tho matter of
tho proposed annexation is tho very
thing wo want. Thoro aro 1-1,000
votes in Hawaii, and of theso not
over 4000 would lie thrown in favor
of annexation. You in America go
by popular role, and we aro satisfied
to lo t
ho same in Hawaii.'
Then you aro oiiito satisfied with
the turn affairs havo taken, and aro
willing to await tho action of Presi
dent Cleveland without taking fur
ther stops?" ho was asked.
"Yes," was the reply. "Within
two or three months tho father of !
the Princess Kaiulani will come to '
England, and he and tho Princess
will then return to this country, visit i
the World's Fair and possibly make i
a short lour of tho country."
CASTLE COMES HOME AND TIll'ItSTON AND .
Messrs. Castlo and Thurston of J
tho Hawaiian commission and Paul
Neumann, attorney for Queen Liliu- I
okalaui, left Washington Friday
night, 17th. Mr. Castle is en route i
for home, intending to sail from San
Francisco for Honolulu on the :51st.
Tho others will return to Washing-I
ton and await the outcome of j
Blount's visit to the Hawaiian '
THE CALL OV THE I'UOIILEM. i
An editorial in tho San Francisco J
Call of March 17 is as follows:
"An Eastern contemporary well
saj's: 'The Hawaiian problem is one
that will be solved easily if it is
Every delay in an-
: annevatio'n more I
ditlicult though perhaps not less
certain.' Tho so-called annexation
problem is hardly a problem at all.
Thero is but one situation which
holds out a promise of peace and
safety to tho islands and removes a
danger to tho peace of tho United
States. A native Government is not
considered a possibility; a European
protectorate is not to be thought
of. What remains but annexation
to tho United States? Mr. Cleveland
is said to be worried lest American
sugar-planters at tho islands may
piolit in some way by annexation.
It is quite likely thoy will. It is ex
pected that all kinds of business at
the islands will uo benelitou by an
nexation. Even if an American pro
tectorate should bo established over
tho islands no securitj' could be giv
en against a change in our tariir laws
that would greatly injuro general
business. A single year of free com
petition with other sugar-producing
countries has greatly impaired the
value ol sugar plantations in Hawaii.
"It is possible and even probable
that when Cleveland has thought
tho thing over a fow months ho will
arrive whoio Harrison arrived weeks
ago. Ho will bo forced to the same
policy 1)3' the fact that thero is no
other worthy of consideration. In
that case wo will have a few verbal
amendments to the Harrison treaty
and the name.-, of G rover Cleveland
and Walter Q. Grcsham will appear
where tho names of Benjamin Hani
son and John W. Foster appeared
in tho fu-t tieaty. But Cleveland
will alwtijs leniain under the impro-
cmti i li-M (mi dm- w.rh.'i mmMifi-
incuts saved the country."
THS nt'OAK noi'SrY DOOMED AND THE
dltv hov sum: or iiesiouation.
A "Washington special of the 17th
says that, despite the fact that Piosi
dont Cleveland's inaugural address
contained no direct allusion to the
reeipiooitj' policy initiated by tho
Fifty-lirst Congioss, and carried out
witli such encouraging and promis
ing lesulls by President Harrison,
prominent Democrats who will sit
in the next Congiess declaie that
the policy must and will bo aban
doned. "Wo will repeal the sugar bounty
provision eaily in the first session of
the Fifty-tliild Congiess," says ov
I'lomier "Springer and other Demo
crats who were mcmhois of the
Ways and Means Committee of tho
Congress which has just expired, al
though they made no effort to do
so in that Congiess, j
The same determination is boldly
pioclaimed by Dockery and other
Democrats who woro not members
of the Wa)n and Means Committee,
but not many ot them have had tho
courage thus far to declare in favor
of a reiiuponition of the duty on
sugar, which would cost the douios-
l tic coiisiiniers-of that necessary arti
cle or life 5KKMMMMKM) a year, and
"bull" the shaies of tho sugar trust.
W. G, Hipper, who shot John W.
Mackay and then shot himself, is
out of bed again.
Mis. .etVeron Davis, widow of the
late Confedeiale Pionideiit, who is
living in New Yoik, is said to be in
The committee uf the lieichstug
i ejected the second reading oT tin
army bill, and adjourned till anr
.lules Ferry, slatesiiiau and J'le-.i-ilmil
of the Fieiieh Senate, in dead,
lie died fiom heart dUoase, caiisiuil
by a bullet striking his ribs near the
i bao of the heart, at tho time ho
was attacked by Aubeitin in 1887.
Ho was nearly Ul years old, and his
' early profession that of a lawyer.
ed last night.
Miss Young left by to-day's steam
er for a short visit to tho Coast.
Mrs. A. J. Cnrtwright, jr., and two
children went by tho Australia for a
It is rumored around town that
Mr. Blount will succeed U. S. Minis
Mrs. E. S. Cuiiha
ren loft for a visit
ami two child
to tho Coast by
the steamer to-day.
Tho Hawaiian National band will
serenade Commissioner Blount at
tho Hotel this evening.
C. Allen loft for tho Coast
Australia to seun special
panied by his wifo.
Ho is accotn-
Mrs. J. M. Oat
wore among tho
and two children
largo number of
who loft for the
Most of the business houses wore
decorated with American ilags to
greet tho United States envoy. Fort
street made a beautiful showing.
John Lucas of the Honolulu Plan
ing Mills erected a flagstaff on
Bishop & Co.'s bank building this
nioi ning, especially for tho display
of tho American Hag.
Hov. Dr. Lucas, who has given
great ploasuio to many audiences
since his arrival from Australia by
hist thtotigh steamer, loft for Can
ada by to-day's steamer.
Mrs. W. G. Ashley and childien
left by the Australia to spend a few
months at San Joe among the
numerous friends ol Mr. and Mrs.
Ashley in that beautiful city.
Messrs. Castlo and Thurston were
to deliver addiosses at dill'oiont
places in the States. Mr. Thurston
was to speak to the students of Cor
nell University at Ithaca, Now York.
Tho Golden Rule
Ba.aar has a
root with the
ropo across 1'ort
Amei lean anil .Hawaiian nags nying
sido by side;" on the former is
"Aloha" and on the other, ''Wel
come." Tho Call of the 18th has this
item: "Tho new (ill-ton barkentino
Hilo, up Troiii Honolulu, is loading
at Mission No. I. Tho vessel is a
graeetul, handsome one, and
tracts crowds of visitor daily."
W. E. Simp.son, scciotary and gen
oral manager of tho Pugot Sound
and Hawaiian Trailic Company, re
turned to Taeoma from Vancouver
on March 17 after a visit to inspect
tho British steaniei Graudholine,
which tho company may charter.
A largo deputation ol tho woman's
branch of tho Hawaiian Patriotic
League marched to the boat land
ing to meet tho expected Commis
sioners. Thoy carried .small Aineii
can and Hawaiian Hags and made a
gay appearance in their variegated
H. 13. M. S. Nyuipho arrived at San
Diego from Acapulco on March 15.
Captain Huntingford came ashore
immediately for his mail, which, it
was reported, contained orders to
proceed diiect to Honolulu. The
Nynipho was duo on April 1st at
Mrs. W. C. NViidor left for tho
States bv steamer to-day. She was
accompanied by Miss Emerson, who
ariivcd on the bark Albert on tho
22d of February, and has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilder at
thoir beautiful mansion. Miss Emer
son at once became a favorite in so
ciety circles after her arrival.
The Risdon Iron Works of San
Francisco consider that Alex. Young
of the Honolulu Iron Works has in
fringed the former's patent in trash
'1 lie matter has lieon sub
mitted to the SuDiemo Court for
amicable settlement without suit.
F. M. Hatch represents the plaintill's,
and A. S. Hartwell tho defendant.
JamcH Jlehcr Jforman
ol Hliy Heaver l'a.
Tho People will have Hood's
Mr. Dorman'H Jlrpo'lcnce
"My "Miy, iiiivv U ji-ais oM, lmil Scrofula ii
one i'jc (mm tiio tlmo in vvns ft baby, illsuli.iri;
Iiik nil the tlmo. Of late wi lino been clvlnu
liini Ifomt's s.irsapiilll'i, ai 1 It U.h ilone nil
tli'it iiii'illclnn can do, Tin) ! ''infill, i Ii.ih iIiuiii
liu.ueil, ami 111-, oju U lital il up and vu II. I
fully bcllevu Hood's S.n i-:i) irill.i in Hie best
nictliUnc In tiio in.irl.it. I K.' ti ircucral store,
aiul It h not n iriik Hindi HooiI'h Kuninrillii
tor the people Mill have II I sell inure of
llouil's .sars.ip.irllli Ibau an ollii-i muilldiies
toother and tho store ivuutil nut lie compli l
Hood's Si Cores
ulllioul II. My vfn bat uUt been entirely
cureil ( Ki'iofnlitb) Hon ' s.irsaiMi ilia, unit
urn In at Illy 111, initial for v li.it It Ion ilonu for
Ub " John lloilMAV nli I ner, I'.i
HOOD'B PlLUaru ' Init aflat illiimr I'llli,
utlil!iiUuu.iuiu limUilii. 'irykiHit :".
CO ienU a month,
McNY:Fine .:. Easter
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
We want (o call the attention
of our patrons to n novelty which,
from the favor it litis been re
ceived with, we believe hus come
to stay and become an indispen
sable article of gent's furnishing.
A glance :it the cut above will
show al once the superiority of
goods niiide in this maimer over
those heretofore in vogue.
ScitivKx's 1'ati:nt Elastic
Si:am DiiAWHiss are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Tnm:ntiox tit the
inner and outer .senilis, which
Hives elasticity in movement am
comfort in lit. The drawers an
cut in li urc outlines and ad'ord
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven I'.tbric.
The Patum' Elastic Si:m,
which coni'ains no itrnr.m;, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to (he position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Pati:nt Elastic Sham Di:awi:i;s
aro 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 the least
tension is produced on the main
portion oi tno goons, wtuie ino
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 si.es, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as ".Ikan"
to ho the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
Thov miv that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something now in that line.
The latest yet, we liavejust
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Halbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho hretist and
hack to protect the most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
i chill, lo the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of the irritation some
times felt, those goods will he a
great hoop, as, while I hey will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the hiugs ami
hack will havo a nice warm cov
ering of wotd. From tiio many
sentiments of approval we have
heard regarding these goods we
believe them to he a gootl thing
for our clima'e, and have placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will lie on side in about
To au, person desiring to sec
the samples which we have we
will he pleased lo show llieni.
3STOV7 OiPEHST .A.T
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1 New Spring
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
AI.M) A I'IM.
New Spring Dress Materials !
NT.YV ritHl!i:U MI'SI JN
si:v khi:nch am.-
NKW COT TON I'ONUKIIS A COTTON OUAl'KS,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
T. havi: Tin: vi:ky latkst ix
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings !
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i an- Absolutely I'.ist Colin-
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uesi auinorilies on baby lite, tree lo cv
mother who sends her address
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73 Warren St., New Vork.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolvilia, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd
Cummins' Blook, IF'oi't, Street.
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to co.Mi'i.rri: or it i,im; or m.i:s.
Sand Paper, Emery Cioth Sacks,
O-iaiat KTo.il Fullers, Xjariett Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
Awls ctncl Tools, Qai-den
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. . Ej23IXjSE,S &d oo.
3 PORT STK.IUE3T.
Al'TlII! TAIilNi. hl'iu'K ALL KIS'll-. OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At tin 1 f tin- furiiu i inst,
"Velvet cSc Smyrna IR.-u.gs
In all mi's (jic.itlj iiiiui-i
Woolen Goods in Plain, Strinotl & Plaids, Below Cost!
itr- In fin l i. i.llrr liunuiiM llinum,, In all l)nnirtiwnii. -&
i Drnssiiultlno Uuilor Uio M.iuagoumiil ol MISS K. OLARK. .&:
New Ribbons I
OH5AM)Ii:s A CllAMHHH'S,
WOOL ClIAlI.U'.S, daik (-round eui-cts,
l'HtNTi:i) UNKN iV I Hlhll LAWNS,
LOT OK Tlir.
ami will m,t Crork tliey are pronounced
&S3? You Hi'o respect
fully requested to call at
Our Store and get a Fkek
Maui'u: of the
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
& Lace Leather
50c. per month