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LOCAL AND OENEBAJL NEWS.
AFTKUJUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Lea vo Honolulu! 8:45
Leave Pearl Citjl" 9:30
Arrive Bwa Mill 0:07
i 0. B.
I A.M. A.M.
Leave Ewa MlM 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl Ojty 0:55 11:15
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Buuuuvfl oxcoptcd.
D. Saturdays excepted.
tho 11th iust.
Olub will' not moot
4c. at Now York on
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma
Squaro this ovoning.
A notico to creditors of S. Parkor
Tondors aro wanted for moving
tho old Bulletin pross.
Captain Schmidt has tho thanks
of tho Bulletin for lato papors.
Samples of British Columbia roof
ing slato arrived by tho Warrimoo.
Boardman makos somo
his Heal Estato List
Tides, Bun and Moon,
BY O. J. LYONS.
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H E. H'5 2 5 S
1 n n :in
2 35 1 1C
3 15 1 45
3 10 2 25
G 15 10 Id
7 20 10 35
7 50,10 55
8 35 11 15
0 25 11 50
10 dill 55
10 55i .
5 30 0 421
5 .11, G 41
H. B. M. S. Champion lias gono to
tho Bohriug Soa to roliovo tho
Ohas. Wall returned from tho
Coast on the barkentiuo Irmgard
Tho Orosconts and Hawaiis will
play the last game of tho soason on
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Tho P. G. band will play at Sans
Souci on Tuosday evening. Full
Silk Hawaiian Flags, in throo
sizes, to bo had of Charles Girdler,
No. 15 Kaahumanu street.
Full moon on tlio 2stu, nt nil. Mm. a.m.
Time VvlilHtln blons nt 111. 28m. :Us. D.m
Hoiiolu'Ju time, which Is tho same us rill. Oin.
0a. of UA ccnwlch time.
TBfi DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JULY 24, 1893.
Sunday, July 23.
Am frkt Irmgard, Schmidt, 10 days from
Strar Likelike from Maul
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Bunday, July 23.
Haw blc Andrew Welch, Drew, for Ban
Monday, July 24.
Btmr O R Bishop for Hanamuulu and Ka-
paa at 4 p in
Btmr Hawaii for Kalaupapa at 5 p in
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btrni Mokolii for Molokai
Bchr Millo Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai atopin
Tho P. G. guards had drill on Pa
lace squaro (his afternoon under
command of Captain Zioglor.
Judge Kopoikai of tho Maui Cir
cuit Court is on a visit to Honolulu
for the first time in two years.
Anothor night of bargains in now
fine goods is offered by Jas. F. Mor
gan, at tho Arlington at 7 o'clock.
Ah Kui, a Chineso opium smoker,
replenished tho P. G. treasury with
5?o0 in gold coin this morning in tho
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Likelike 1785 bags sugar, 221 bags
i corn, 1) oags oones,
1012 feet koa lumber,
potatoes, 100 bags corn, 1) bags bones,
41 bides, 73 nogs.
, 75 bags
118 pkes sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 2U21 bags sugar.
rice, 4U uaj3 piu, u ounaies
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, July 23
a N Wilcox, J K Kukett and wife, Mrs O
B Smith, Miss M Catton, H C Austin and
wife. F Goedicke, J B Alexander, W A
Wall, J Mundon. Miss Auha'gcn, Br Camp
bell and wife, C B Dunbar and wife, and
From Maui, per stmr Likelike, July 23
Mrs L H Stolz and 2 children, B D Mitchel,
Miss S Sheldon, B Dunn, M Kealoha, W A
McKay, Bro Henry, Bro Hush, Bro Igna
tius, Bro Charles, Bro Matthias, F H Ket
cham, wife and child, E K Hendry, A
Wilder, Miss Uaddick, and 40 deck.
Some of tho Myrtlo Boat Club's
lady friends are working up a mask
ed ball to bo given at tho boathouso
this night week.
Nahuina and Kaila wore arrested
to-day, tho former with seven and
the latter with three cho fa tickets.
They aro charged with having che
fa tickets in possession.
This is steamer week. Tho S. S.
Rio Janeiro will bo duo from tho
Orient to-morrow, and the S. S. Mo
nowai from tho Colonic, and the S.
S. Mariposa from San Francisco on
Ah Chow, who keeps a Chinese
lodging honso, was sentenced to pay
a lino of $20 this morning in the
District Court for not having a
license for tho "shebang." Chew
noted an appeal.
James A. Thompson, clerk in tho
District Court, is laid up with tho
grip. W. Cuelho is temporarily fill
ing his position, while B. Zablan is
attending to tho clerkship in tho
Tho great football game between
the Boston eleven and a local team
will take place August 5th, at the
League grounds. Both teams are in
training, although the townboys'
eleven have not boon picked as yet.
There is over' probability of tho
boat race botween tho Myrtles and
Healanis being rowed on October 7,
the anniversary of the championship
race at Pearl City. The Healanis
were out last week for practice in
their now boat.
Vessels in Fort.
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Bluhm, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Am bktno Irmgard, Schmidt, from Ban
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Br bk Ladstock, Williams, from Liverpool
Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liverpool
Foreign Vessels Expected.
8 S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran-
froin the Colonies,
8 8 Monowai, Carey,
8 S City of Bio de Janeiro, from Hong
kong and Yokohama, July 25
8 8 City of New York, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, July 31
8 8 Miowera, from Sydney and Brisbane,
Br 8 8 Gaelic, from China, Aug 7
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am bk Annie Johnson, from San Fran
cisco for Hilo, Juy 31
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiuucisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, dne
Ger bk J C Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk 1'anl Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Olga fiom Taconia
Am bk Amelia, from I'ugot Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from San Francisco, Aug 10
The American barkentine Irmgard,
Schmidt, master, anchored in the stieam
at 7:30 o'clock yesterday morning, 10 days
from Ban Francisco, with u general cargo,
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch, E.
P. Drow. master, sailed yestorday for tho
Golden Gate with the following shipments
of sugar: Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., 71)18
bogs; C. Brewer & Co,, 810U bags; Castle it
Cooke, 0177 bugs; F. A. Bchaefer it Co.,
2851 bags. Totul, 25,001 bags (1510 tons)
sugar; domestic value, $111,000.
Tho P. G. band will give a
public concert at Emma Squaro
this evoning at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rondorod:
Two hackmou had a sot-to on tho
corner of Bethel and King streets
at 11:15 o'clock Saturday night.
They woro locked up for affray, and
later secured bail. Tho trouble arose
over ono hackuian taking tho othor's
load, and thereby cheating him out
of a quarter or two.
Owen Holt, horse trainer, wont to
Dr. W. T. Mousarrat on Saturda',
and startod in talking horse to him.
Tho doctor wasn't in the humor and
gave Holt a biff in tho right oye.
Holt made a complaint against tho
doctor and tho latter appeared in
tho District Court this morning and
was fined S7.
Tho Kalihi-waena school hold its
closing exhibition last Thursday.
About 70 children attend this school,
which is taught by Miss Agnow,
with Miss Lynch as assistant. Thoro
were many visitors present. Uni
versal pleasure was taken in the
work Buown. Especially was the
sewing and fancy work of tho pupils
A native woman who has been in
tho habit of parading tho public
streets and abusing nearly everyone
she met, came across tho wrong man
this noon, and was locked up in cou
sequouco on a chargo of
common nuisance. Kalua, as
the woman's name is, llung a
string of vilo epithets at a j'ouug
man, who immediately turned hor
over to tho police.
Card of Thanks.
Overture Fru Dlavolo. , .
March Tho Volunteers. ,,,
Selection Bohemian Girl..
Remlnlsconccs of Olfeubuch . ..Couradl
-" Jiuuliontuiu Bolo Uouked In tho Deep
.'da roh High School Cadets Soma
Uulup Wally .iluliudurf
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hollingor
would take this moans of returning
their heartfelt thanks to the many
kind friends who tondored aid and
sympathy to them in their recent
ntlliction and who contributed fiowors
to tho funeral of their beloved little
"Ono of my customers camo in to
day and ubkod mo for tho best cough
medicine 1 had," haj-s Low Young, a
prominent druggibt of Newman
Grovo, Nob, "01 course I hliowed
him Chamberlain's Cough Komody,
mid ho did not ask to seo any other.
1 havo novor vet hold a medicine t
that would loosen and roliovo a se
vere colli ho quickly as that Komody
does. I have bold four dozens of it
within the litbt sixty days and do
not know of a bingfo uumi wliuru it
failed to givo tho most perfect satis
faction." 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealors. Houboii, Smith k, Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
San Fiianoisco, July 12.
By Barkonttne Irmgard. J
Goorgo Grandin, a Paris journal
ist, is walking from Now York to tho
Tho cruiser Dotroit, for sorvico on
tho lakes, is ready for delivery to
Jack Dompsoy and Billy Smith
fight for middlowoight championship
and $6000 July 21.
Tho'Conoy Island Athletic Club
has offorod a puree of $15?000 for
Joo Choynski and Bob Fitzsimmons.
James McMullin, tho oldost man
in Kentucky, who was born in Vir
ginia in 177(5, diod noar Bardwoll on
tho 9th inst.
Tornado victims in Iowa aro suf
fering for want of food. Tho Salva
tion Armv has 15 ladios on tho
ground doing excellent work.
Machinery lor tuo United states
navy j'ard at Mare Island wns Bhip
pod from Philadelphia by way of
tho Canadian Pacific Railway.
In consequence of tho holocaust
at tho World's Fair, tho Commission
will havo a general inspection of
buildings to prevent further cala
mities. Tho light attendance at tho Fair
last Sunday has strongt honed doubts
whothor the Sunday opening is to
prove such a financial boon as was
Tho 27th Saongorfost of tho North
American Saeugorbund opened at
Cleveland, O., July 11, whou 1000
singors rogalod tho ears of an au
dience of 6000.
Tho story about tho thoft of valua
bles laces sent to tho Fair by tho
Queen of Italy was untrue. Those
that woro missod had been detained
at home to bo photographed.
A cloudburst in Southern Colo
rado Hooded Lamar town. Fifteen
hundred horses and a largo number
of hogs and fowls were drowned at
La Junta. The loss is 100,000.
Jas. J. Corbett and Peter Jackson
will fight to a finish next summer.
It will bo for $10,000 a side and, if
Corbett beats Mitchell in the mean
time, the championship of the
Walter Besant, the English novel
ist, found tho Fair exceeded oven his
high anticipations. He says the
United States has kept up in art and
literature. American novels are
common in London.
Tho British schooner Mystery,
Captain Elliott, put into Delaware
breakwater with only four men, tho
rest of the crow having died of yel
low fever, which broke out when the
vessel was 1000 miles from land.
Director Charles T. Yerkes offers
S250O for ono ticket to tho Fair, on
condition that tho money is applied
to tho relief of rolatives of the fire
men killed in the lire. He also sug
gests that one day's admission re
ceipts go to tho same object.
The Austrian Commissioner-General
of the World's Fair has written
a letter complaining of the disord
erly conduct of tho guards on duty
at night. Ho says that thoy use
choice glassware to drink boor from
aud sleep in showcases, breaking
Oscar E. Hill, cashier of the Com
mercial National Bank of Ogdeu,
Utah, has been discovered to be a
defaulter in tho sum of $51,000.
Hill's crookedness covers a period
of six years, during which ho has
deluded tho directors and Govern
Tho number of dead from the
cyclone that wrecked Pomeroy,
Iowa, has reached eighty. Thieves
stole large sums of money from tho
ruins. One man lost $10,000 he had
just drawn from a bank. The
authorities were very slow in pro
tecting the public and in searching
tho ruins for bodies.
Colorado silver mining mon are
in session in Denvor. Thoy display
a bitter feeling against the gold ad
vocates. At a silver mass meeting
at Ogdon, Utah, a resolution was
jiassed to support that party which
will givo most aid to silver legisla
tion, and if neither national party
would aid thorn, tho silver people
would fight out the battle alone.
A terrific wind storm visited Chi
cago on Sunday, Juno 9th. Boating
parties woro caught on tho lake, and
it is boliovod twenty persons wore
drowned. Not much damago was
done at tho Fair grounds, but pas
sengers in the captive balloon had a
close call. When it was aloft tho
aeronaut saw a black cloud coining,
aud gave the signal to draw in rap
idly. Scarcely had tho passengers
landed when the balloon was split
in two by tho wind and the parts
The cutter Queen Mab, which had
a romakablo oxperieuco on tho voy
age from Plymouth, England, to
Bermuda, has boon towed into Now
lorli. oho had boon strucu oy a
huge wavo on Juno 19, which turned
hor kool up. Hor crow of five mon
and everything on dock woro swept
into tho soa. Tho little vessel right
ed herself and all except ono man,
George Mullen, who was drowned,
got on board again. The survivors
made tho rest of tho voyago to Bur-
A visit of tho Khodivo of Egypt
to tho Sultan of Turkoy is not liked
by tho Turkish Govornmout. It is
feared tho Khodivo will insist on
anti-English measures in Egypt, and '
11 ruiubuu win uumtum ins luruuui
The London Globo says that threo
years ago Vico-Admiral Trj?on sig
naled nn order for the idonticnl evo
lution that has now resulted in tho
loss of his ship and his lifo. Hear
Admiral Tracoy, who was in com
mand of tho vessol at tho hoad of
tho port column, saw tho clangor and
refused to answer tho signal. Ad
miral Tryouraisod no question about
tho rofusal to carry out his ordor.
An uproar was caused in tho
Houso of Commons, in tho discus
sion of an amendment to tho famous
clauso 9 of thot Homo Iiulo bill, by
William Brodrick, a mombor from
Surroy, calling tho Irish pooplo
"both impecunious aud garrulous."
Thomas Soxton interrupted Brod
rick to say that such lauguago was
grossly impertinent and ouglit not
to be tolerated. At tho suggestion
of Lord Randolph Churchill tho
chairman of committeo ordored Sex
ton to withdraw, as Brodrick's re
mark did not refer to him person
ally. Soxton was willing to with
draw if Brodrick first oxprossed ro
grot. Timothy Hoaly supported
Soxton. Balfour said that by his
adviso Brodrick refused to apolo
gize. Gladstono upheld tho chair
man's decision, but thought the per
son striking the first blow ought to
make tho first ovorturo for rocou
ciliat ion. Sexton claimed ho should
be named and his conduct submitted
to tho Houso. Ho was ruled agiiinst
and under tho standing order was
suspended and left tho Houso
amidst a wild commotion. Brod
rick then withdrow his remark about
tho Irish and ordor was restored.
An appeal was made by Hoaly after
division to Speaker Pool against
Chairman Mollor's ruling, but tho
sneaker sustained tho chairman.
Tho amendment to clause 9 was that
tho Irish members in tho Imperial
Parliament bo elected by tho con
stituencies which elected tho Irish
Legislative Council. This would
ike tho number of Irish members
Saved My Wife's Life
John W. Jotica
"Of my own free will aud nccord, unbiased by
nnyono, and wishing only to do Rood to tho
afflicted, I with to tell of thn good qualities of
Hood's Samparllla anil Hood's Tills. I think
thcro nro no mcillclnes equal to them, and have
nroeil their merit by oxpprlcnca In my own
Ininlly. My wlto, Itacliel, has been afflicted
with weakne". ncrvon-iiics, and stilt rltoum. I
spent nearly nil that I had of tills w oriel's goods
for doetnr's bills ami mcdlclno until e decided
to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Cravo.
The salt rheum has entirely healed and she Is
rmtorrd to cood lirnlili. I have many
Irlcmls and rcl'itives In tho cast who will ba
glad to know that
lias cuifd my wllo." John
48, instead of 80 as in tho bill. It
was opposod by John Morloy, Chief
Secretary for Ireland, who said the
proposal was based on no principle
of government. The amendment
was defeated by a vote of 251 to 219.
Uruguay has added S10.000 to its
World's Fair fund.
Tho latest from Samoa is that
Mataafa is marching on Apia and a
battlo is imminent. A British war
ship is ordered to Apia to join tho
German and American vossols in
Admiral Waudelkotk in the steam
er Jupiter took sidos with the
Brazilian revolutionists. Another
gunboat joined him and tho town of
Kio Grande do Sul was bombarded,
in co-operation with a largo attack
ing force by land. As tho Govorn
mont soized the tolograph offices no
news of results is received.
French Canadian mobs threw
stones at tho drill shod whore 10,000
Christian Eudoavor delegates were
meeting at Montreal. The crowd
that gathered outsido numbered 20,
000. Police kept tho rioters back.
A thousand mon from volunteer
companies, dressed in plain clothes,
came on the ground to guard tho
delegates. These faced tho mob
while the meeting dispersed. Simi
lar demonstrations took placodiffer
ont days. They woro caused by ' re
flections on tho Roman Catholic
Church by somo delegates.
FIVE FLEET-FOOTED FELLOWS.
HOOD'3 PILL8 to the best aftrr dinner mil,
lltlit digestion, cur headache. Try a box. lie.
HOBIIOX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5QO Port Street, HConolxilu..
PRICES CUT WAY DOWN.
Bengal Silkaline Drapery, fancy figured in delicate
tints, 6 yards for $1.
Fine, Fancy Colored Madras, reduced to 30 cents per
Unbleached Drawn Curtain Scrim, 9 yards f or 1.
Polka Dot Scrims, assorted colors, 0 yards for 1 .
$& These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON' HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Will Have a Deciding Race to Set
tle the Championship.
A hundred yards foot race is being
arranged between live local sports.
The list includes a lawyer's clerk, a
wheelwright, a baker, and two
'"bloods." There has been consider
able rivalry betweon tho five con
testants as to which could cover
tho distance in tho quickest time,
with tho result that matches havo
been inado in private aud run, but
the winner in each case boing dis
puted. They decided to settle tho
matter onco and forever. Money
has boon put up, and tho race will
bo run at the .Leaguo grounds on
Saturday, Oct. 5, before tho football
game begins. There is said to be
$50 on the result, although it is
known that side bets aro far more
than that amount.
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
irrafrF-yg- - aa
TS Vin Vin Vin
Jj3 UlU., UlUi, UlU.
Ibt KACE-QUEEN'S CUP Parse $50.
Running Knee. -Milo Dash for Ha
wruiun IJrcd Horses.
2d HACE-MATOH KAOE.
Running Itai-c. 1 Milo Dash between
"Ditko Spencer" and "Lord Brock."
3n RACE PRESIDENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY CLUB CUP.
Trotting ana 1 acinp.
3 in ! to harness. Fi
Milo Heats: best
ree for all
4th RACE-KALAKAUA CUP.
Running Race. Mile Dush for Ha
waiian Bred Horses.
5th RAOE-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Pauiug. Milo Heat; 3
0th RACE -CO.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8ECOND-HAND OR. DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 045.
This Space is Reserved
For a cut, bruise, burn or scald,
thoro is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals tho parts
more quickly than any other appli
cation, aud unless tho injury is very
sovoro, uo scar is loft. For salt? by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
NOTICE TO OBEDITOBS.
THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED AT A
meeting of the creditors of bamuol
Parker request that all parties having
claims ugaiiibt Sumuol Purker present
same to Mr. P. C. Jones on or before
THURSDAY, July '27. 18DX
H. A. WIDEMANN,
785- It Chairman.
HO rotWi a month,
uiudu with an improvised rig.
'in,,. .,... "T..ii.i; i,......T. nr a
O. 14U UUtV UUbllUUU UAitilbJl IS Mil
Francis do Sales was dedicated at
Oakland, Mgr. Satolli, tho Amoricau
representative of tho Pope, assisting
at the coroiuouius. It transpired
through tho S. F. Chronicle on tho
ovo of dedication, that tho givor of
thoS125,000 that built tho church
was Mrs. Jamos Canning of Oaklaud.
U or iiamo had been kept a secret
for three yoars. Mrs. Canning was
an Irish girl who began to mako hor
j fortune as a general houso borvaut.
She saved hor wages and on good
advice invested m Oaklaud real
Furt hor trouble is foared in Paris.
President Carnot is accused of loui
eucy to mobs, and his downfall is
Cholera has reappeared in Mos
cow, Kieir aud Norlhuastoru Hun
gary, In Moscow tho outbreak is
McGU IRE'S EXPRESS COM-
uuny will not bu lesDouslhle forauv
bills contracted without u written order
from the umlerslgnud.
J. W. L. MtGUIRE.
Honolulu, July "1, 18SU. 78.M
J. J. WILLIAMS.
Tbe Only Collection of Islaud Ylows,
For Local News
Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHE FOLLOWING. NAMES HAVE
JL been added to the ollicial list of sub
scribers of the Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please cut out and paste in a con
venient place for future reference:
(M0 Arlington Hotel.
380 Anuorv. Co "A."
0:23 Ash, W It res.
40 Attorni'v-Iienoral's Department.
OlO-Bruun, Phil res.
050 Broughtou, Miss 15 res.
(K22 Camara. Jos res.
(118 Carter, Jos L res.
217 Castle, J 11 res.
100 Catton, Robt, Queen Street.
1!)0 CooiMjr, Dr C B res.
121 Cooper, Dr C B.
015 Day, T J res.
10 Foreign Department.
;i'l Finance Department.
478 Guerrero, II L res.
10(1 Hare, J II res.
:W!3 Hawaiian Star.
Ib'J Hitchcock, E Q res,
3U Interior Department.
'iii Kanoa. P P res.
51B 11 Kaneoho Ranch Mcudonui,
700 Kahanupaoa, A B res.
710 KalaniUau, C A res.
017 Kinlnmkii, M A res.
101 Lar-icn, Cunt res.
411 Lucas, Chus res.
OKI Mitchell, Miss M res.
035 Morgan, Jus F. Wuikiki res.
013 Morrcll, Lieut res,
Milt Mimriiv, A E res.
(S21-MeVeigh, J D res.
015 Ordway A Porter.
(151 1 M R S Co, Wharf.
012-Prutt, Mrs F fa res.
507 II Koliertson, (leo Kaulal.
520 Rowold, Fritz IKaliiilj,
283 Sans Bouci,
O.S0 rilrattford, Mrs A res,
413-Smitli, Walter (1 res.
1711 White, E O res.
540 Wilson, Lieut res.
125 Wodehouso. E II res.
67,1 Yokohama bpeelo Dank, L'd.
501 Zlegler, Chos res.
WANTED 11Y YOUNG MARRIED
Man, position us .Manager on cotleu
or sugar plantation: hits been for two
vears monui'er in liruzil. Holds hluh
school of agriculture certlllcuto, Address
"Plantation C," this olllce. 7b0-l
TSL. S- JLETVr
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
B- IE BHLBUS &c GO.
BOS & 511 FORT STR.E1H1T.
Canton "Waslx FetTorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric: New Styles this season ; the elleets are fac-similes of China
Silks; to see them menus to appreciate them.
3VLAJRTX S-A-TEEDSTS !
Bilk liuish just out; real French designs are the llnest and the cruze of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard !
Ono of tho handsomest Wash Materials this seuton entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
Wliite Lawns and Dimity !
in I'luiu, ntripcci unci uiieckotl in great variety.
tW Dressmaking Uudor the Hauauemonf of MRS. RENNER. OB
TTH. WM. T. MONBAUItAT. V. 8.. !mv.
XJ lug rciurmd to town, cun bo found
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest in
Assets January 1, 1892, :
at the lnllrnmry, King Btreet. Telu-
Jiu nun iw.
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