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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND Al-TElt JUNE 1. 1893.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1893.
Thubrday, Aug. 17.
Btinr J A Cummins from Koolau
Thursday, Aug. 17.
Htuir James Makeo for Kapaa andKilauea
at 4 p in
Bohr Ka Mul for Luhaina
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk S N Castle, Hubbard, for San Fran
cisco Btmr Mikahala for Maui and Hawaii at 10
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makce,
Aug 10-Wiu Ulufbdoll.
trom Port Townsend, per bktne Kliki
tat, Aug 10 Mrs Cupt Cutler and 2 chil
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Hawaii,
Aug 10 Mrs Capt E F Cameron, Mr and
Mrs Wm Dunn,
For San Francisco, per S S City of Pe
king, Aug 10 A P Hopper, P McGregor
Grant, Col W II Hallett, Kev T V Power,
E V Koper, and 30 Japanese in steerage,
and 105 passengers in tiansit.
The bteamcr Pele will be-due to-morrow
morning from Makaueli with sugar.
The steamer Mikahala will leave for
windward ports at 10 o'clock to-morrow
The American hark Alox. McNeill was
docked at the Fort street wharf yesterday
to discharge her coal.
The barkentine Klikitnt after discharg
ing will return to Port Gamble in ballast
for another loud of lumber. Captain Cut
ler is accompanied by his wife and family
The British bark Velocitv will conclude
discharging her cargo of Orientul merchan
dise to-morrow, when she will load with
old glass, iron and sharks tins for China.
Captain Martin expects to leave about the
end of this month.
The Peruvian bark Japan was placed un
der arrest last week under an order from
the Hongkong Colonial Court of Admiral
ty, on the instance of Kwong Sang, com
pradore, Queen's Road Central. The
amount of Kwong Bang's bill is $800.
Celeittal Empire, July 2X. The Japan was
here about two years ago.
The following notice lias been posted up
in H.B.M.'b Consulate at Yokohama, dat
ed the 12th July: To Masters and ownors
of Sealing vessels. British sealers are here
by warned under instructions from Her
Majesty's Government, not to approach
nearer to tbo Commander Islundu and Hub
ben Island than u distance of Thirty Miles
to any part of the Kussian coast In the
Bearing tiea and other parts of the North
Pacific than a distance of Ten Miles, an
agreement prohibiting sealing within these
limits having been arrived at by Her Maj
esty's Government and tho Russian Gov
ernment. An Order of Her Majesty in
Council has been passed rendering British
Bhlps infringing tho ngrccment liable to
seizure by BrilMi or Russian cruisers, and
British Naval officers have been Instructed
Found Guilty of Aiding a Deserter
From tho Boston.
Boatmnu John Dillon appeared in
the District Court to-day charged
with aiding aud allotting a desortor
to escape from a police ollicor. Lieu
tenant Kealakai stated that ho
placed Victor do Flock undor nrrost
on the barkontiuo S. N. Custlq, as a
desortor from the U. S. S. Boston.
Flock requested the ollicor to show
the order for his apprehension. As
the order had boou received at tho
Station only a fow minutes boforo,
through tho telephone, that could
not bo done. Tho ollicpr then said ho
would bond someone to tho Station
a to obtain written description. While
he was peeping over tho side of tho
ship Flock slipped over the othor
sido into Dillon's boat. Tho ollicor
returned in time to see Flock go
oyer, and sang out to him, but tho
bluojackot did not hoar him, Ho
also hailed Dillon, but tho boatman
would not come back.
Flock corroborated tho ofllcitr's
evidence with tho oxcoption that ho
stated ho did not hoar the ollicor
calling nil or him.
Judge itoborlson round Dillon
guilty uh charged and bontouced him
to Imprisonment at hard labor oao
hour and pay a fins of $10,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
G. Somma, tho King street harbor,
and wife loft on tho S. S. Australia
yoBtorday for tho Const.
Don't forgot tho Japancso theatri
cal ontortnintnont at tho Opera
Mr. E. ll. Bnllontiuo of Lahninn,
Maui, has purahasod tho racing
horso Atnarino from Col. Spalding.
Tho S. S. Miowora, of tho Canadian-Australian
lino, will bo duo
from Vnncouvor, B. C., on Monday
A warning notico to sportsmen,
not to shoot on certain lands with
out a pormit, will bo found in this
B. Kaapa, a hnckman, plondod
guilty in tho District Court this
morning to violating carriage regu
lations and was fined So.
About 1G0 of tho fifteon-cont
stamps woro surchnrgod to-day
Thoro wasauoagordomnnd for thorn
when tho fact was known.
Tho stoamor Woimanalo was re
ported by tolophono this morning
as on tho reef at Keawenui, tho
othor sido of this islaud. Sho was
supposed to have got on some time
Mr. W. F. Reynolds has rovisod
his list of specialties kept frosh by
ovory steamor at the Golden Rule
Bazaar. Read his advertisement
yourself, as wo canuot toll what is
tho attraction for each reader.
A grand concert will bo givon in
the Kawaiahao Church on Saturday
evening for the purpose of securing
funds for lighting up tho church
with electricity. Tho program
priutod elsewhere is an attractive
A tug-of-war match is being' ar
ranged between tho Knpuukolo and
Honolulu Iron Works teams to take
place on September 2d. The mutch
will bo for S200 a sido. This will be
tho first lnneting of the two teams
aud thoro is lots of speculation on
The Hawaiian hula troupe have
been in Chicago since July 30, to Till
a lucrative engagement of six weeks
at tho Madison Street Opera House.
They are therefore not "starriug it
in Sau Francisco," nor are they
figuring on a tour in Europe, as the
Star fakist says.
Tho-insido of the Marshal's and
Deputy-Marshal's offices is under
going a general overhauling. August
Herring, convicted of manslaughter,
does tho painting aud frescoing, and
the notorious "Barefooted Bill," tho
carpenter work. J. Wilson, tho
watch thief, assists tho artists.
Two shareholders of tho Volcano
House Co. stato .that tho.v know
nothing whatevor of that company's
meeting yestordaj', although they
would havo been eager to bo pres
ent. The meeting was advertised in
tho Advertiser, although that paper
failed to give a report. This is an
other evidence of tho fact that if
you don't advertise in the Bulletin,
people don't seo tho advertisement.
A Japanese named Yamamoto was
arrested yesterday by Detective
Toma near the halfway house for
the theft of "a hat, tho alleged pro
geny ui a uuiuaman uameu ah un,
Tbo Chinaman stated that ho lost a
hat valued at S3, and on Monday
last saw the Jap with tho identical
head-covering on. He notified tho
police and Detective Toma, who, by
tho way, is still on iho force, made
the arrest. The Jap will appear for
Tho Boston Sprinter out on a Trial
The challenge of J. J. '.Barry of
the U. S. S. Boston to run a live or
ton mile race, published iirthe Bul
letin, has caused quite a ripple
among tho local ruunors aud "mid
night sprinters." Borry made a
practice run yesterday, starting from
the corner of Nuuanu and King
streets, near tho Anchor Saloon, on
a straight course to Diamond Head,
a distance of seven miles. The Bos
ton roprosontativo made the distance
with a steady trot in for'ty-sovon
minutes pretty good time.
The local men havo not yet de
cided whom to pit against Barry,
but tuey nave accepted tho chal
lenge and a final understanding is
expected to be arrived at to-morrow.
The entertainment to bo given at
tho Y. M. C. A. hall this evening,
complimentary to tho sailors on the
U. S. ships Boston aud Adams, pio
mibos to be a good ono, judging by
tho program hero appended:
Piano Solo Miss Castle
Bone Mr. Wakuiiuld
Violin Solo Mr. Rosen
flub Swinging Professor Tuney
S. Brooks, K. W, Loftrwieh, V. H.
Leftnvich, E. B. Murphy.
Song Miss 0. Glade
(Accompanied by Mr. Carney on man
dolin and Miss CUadeon ulano.)
FlutoSolo L. U.irMUtl
E. W. Lnitrwlch
Mechanic Engine Company.
Mechanic Engine Co No. 2 hold a
special mooting at tho Boll Towor
yesterday evening for tho purpose
of filling tho vacancy in tho com
mittoo to hand over tho books nnd
funds of tho company to an export.
Phil Brnun had resigned from tho
committee, and D. H. Duvis aud W.
Jarratt, the romuiuing momhors,
thinking thu', they wore not sulli
ciont to carry on the investigation,
called a mooting, Geo, Lucas was
olt'olcd to tho vacancy and tho com-mittoo-proinisod
a hotlloment of tho
affairs of tho company by uoxt Wed
For a liimo back or for a imiu in
I tho side or choht, try huturating a
piece of Ihmiiol with Chamberlain's
rain Balm and binding it onto the
I aU'oi'tod parts, This tnmlmoul will
I euro any (intimity cjoo in one or two
1 days, I'aiu lialm alho euros rheum
atism, fit) cent bultlus lor bale ly
all dealers, Boiioou, Smith & Co,,
agouti for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Regular Gonoral Sossion of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
At tho wookly Bossion of tho Exo
cutivo and Advisory Councils, 1:30
this afternoon, woro prosont: Presi
dent Dole, Ministers King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors Brown, Enn,
Wotorhouso, Tonnoy, Young, Nott,
Moudonca and Hatch.
ItESIGNATION OF THE VIOE-ritESIDENT.
After tho reading of tho minutos
by Dr. Rodgors, Ministor Smith rend
tho resignation of W. O. Wilder, who
had loft for tho United States, as
Vico-Vrosidont of tho Provisional
Govornmont. Ho gavo as his reason
that ho boliored thoro should bo a
Vico-Presidont present iu tho coun
try. Tho resignation was accepted.
Mr. Tonnoy nominated Mr. Hatch
for Vico-Presidont, who was unani
mously olectod by ballot.
Mr. Hatch was called on by his
nominator for a speech, and, whilo
ho was laughing his acknowledg
ment, ho was asked by tho President
to relieve him, whon ho would havo
an opportunity of expressing him
self. Thn Vin.PrnoiHlnt innr flim
chair, and President Dole retired.
minister .Damon presented tho
weekly financial statomont as fol
lows: Financial Statemknt ron tmk Wkkk
Endi.no August 10. 1893.
Current account balance Aug.
. M $ 114,515 03
Sale of Government Bonds.
Hilo Water Receipts
. 730 25
$ 1C0.350 18
Judiciary '.,$ 52100
Department Foreign AfTaiis 100 00
Interior Department, salarios
and incidentals 0185
Public Works 3277 72
Board of Health 4435 37
Waterworks 572 30
Miscellaneous 0S18 20
Bureau of Survey 00 03
Bureau of Immigration 324 00
Finance, salaries 4510 58
" interest 517 50
Genl. Expenses Prov. Govt. . 2474 05
Road taxes to special deuosit.. 6703 00
School taxes " . ." 7124 00
Expenses placing loan '93 120 00
$ 40,247 44
.$ 120,103 04
$ 160,350 48
Current account balance.
Outstandinir Bonds ?2,G20,GOO 00
Due P,.B. Bank 530,245 10
Treasury and P. M. G. notes.. 230,000 00
Net indebtedness 3J,380,845 10
This amount of $155,511.00 was
paid from general revenue
In tho treasury to carry on
Sublic improvements un
cr Sec. 2 to date and all
receipts from salo of bonds
under loan of 1893 pass into
general cash as oUseta until
this debt is cancelled $ 155,511 60
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
todate 128,000 00
$ 27,541 60
Amount due from P. 8. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts. 8,051 42
Amount due general Treasury
this date from Loan Act.
P. 8. BANK MEMO.
Dae depositors $ 530,245 10
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing August. September,
October and November 38,360 00
Cash on hand 21,642 13
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to dute $ 111,010 33
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CAHII IN TREAHOUY.
Outstanding certificates to re
deem which there is a cor
responding coin deposit in
the treasury $ 278,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 31,000 00
Postal Savings Bank Balance. 21,542 13
Koad Board tund in Treasury. 34,014 64
School Board fund In Treasury 22,947 15
Available cash as above 120,103 01
.... 199,200 96
ITEMS OP MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE
Roads and bridges, general
" Special, Hon...
Bridpo WailuaR., Kauai
Aid Queen's Hospital
I 59 18
, 19,)7 92
. 401 09
, 409 55
, 623 03
, 122 08
, 26 75
. 18 70
. 131 75
. 22 76
. 411 00
Minister Damon, after reading his
report, expressed his indebtedness to
the newspapers the Bulletin
particular forgiving him tho op.
port unity of making explanations.
It had been complained that but
little was being dono iu public works.
True, thoy had to cut their coat ac
cording to thoir cloth, yet thoro was
a good deal being dono iu different
places. He gavo tho following list of
works in hand or shortly to bo under
taken: Tho Yolcano road was being
constructed at a rnto costing about
$1000 a mouth. Tho drodgo was
working in tho harbor at a cost of
S2500 a mouth. Improvements to
water works at Maktki would cost
S6000. Steol bridge ovor Wailua
rivor, Kauai, Sf00(); bridges at Wai
' ulua aud Waimca, Oahu, about $1000
1 each; restoration of largo bridgo at
' Hilo, WW; repairs to Pacific Mail
wharf, not less than $2000. Tho
Board of Health proposed to buy
kuloaun on Molokai. Captain King
, (Minister of the Interior) with his
usual tact for saving thought it
would bo a good idea to utilize tho
, immigration depot for washhouses.
Thoy had oxamiuod tho houses aud
1 found tlioin iu excellent condition,
and tho Superintendent of Public
Works had aurvoyed tho ground for
drainage. If ulfootod this improve
ment would coht perhaps &2000,
Thorio )ublio works, togothor with
oxmmdiluroa on rouds of about
$0000 a mouth, would roprosont uu
amount for public works to tho eud
I of tho period of about 10,000.
Tho Ministor of Finaneo proceed
ed to say ho was very otuious to pay
off the Postmostor-Gonoral's notes,
which woro bearing interest up to
eight or niuo porceut. If nothing
untoward happened thoy would per
haps bo hotter able to pay off some
of thoso uotos at tho end'of the year
than the Government were at tho
pnd of last year. The only item of
indebtedness ho now knew of, out
side of tho bonded public debt, was
tho bill of tho Risdou Iron Works
for tho dredging plant. Ho had
written to parties in Son Francisco
with rofcronce to a settlement of this
remaining debt. Minister Damon
concluded by reading tho items rep
resented by "Miscellaneous" in the
Tho report was accepted.
Mr. Brown from tho Judiciary
Committeo reported n bill relating
to tho dutios of M10 Vico-Prosidont,
which on motion took tho usual
course. Ho also askod for further
timo to consider tho bill relating to
tho importation of alcohol.
Mr. Emmoluth understood that
different parties had withdrawn al
cohol from tho Custom Houso tho
past week on account of n boliof
that tho duty was to bo increased.
Miuistor Damon said only ono
withdrawal had taken placo, amount
ing to 120 gallons.
Mr. Emmoluth asked why the do
lay in manipulation of the bill.
Mr. Brown replied that thero was
no manipulation. Tho druggists
had conferred with tho committee,
and now tho liquor dealers desired
tho samo privilege. Tho Judiciary
Committee's members could not
give thoir whole time to public busi
ness. Time was granted.
Minister Damon submitted a re
quest from tho Collect or-Goueral of
Customs, for an additional appro
priation for guards". At the Minis
lstor's suggestion tho request v?as
roforred to tho Finance Committee.
Mr. Emmoluth askod if tho pub
lished report was true, that a con
tract was lot to a local firm for a
pumping plant at Makiki, and at
Minister King said a contract was
given tho Honolulu Iron Works for
an engine, pump -and corrugated
iron house, tho Government provid
ing tho boiler, tho contractors to
fillt all ud cnmnloto. at a post, of
Mr. Emmoluth said the reason he
askod was that thero was a law re
quiring all contracts for over $500
to be let by public tender.
Minister Damon said Mr. Emme
luth was perfectly right, but at tho
timo tho Honolulu Iron Works woro
tho only establishment ready to un
dertake the work. Superintendent
Brown of the Wator Works was
much worried ovor tho shortness of
the water supply. Tho Government
had to do the best it could in the
circumstances, aud if there was blamo
ho desired to take some of it on his
Mr. Emmoluth considered that tho
plan adopted was not the best. He
gave reasons in detail to show that,
if a pumping plant was to be put in,
it would bo moro serviceable and
one-third tho oxponso if placed at
the well at Waikiki corner, or that
in the Government building grounds.
Vice-President Hatch interrupted
tho spoakor by saying thero was no
question before tho house.
Minister Damon admitted that if
a complete service for tho whole city
was in question, Mr. Emmeluth's
idea would be tho correct ono. But
a thorough reconstruction would in
volve great extra cost for water
mains. The Government was sim
ply doing tho best it could under an
Mr. Young related what had been
begun but never completed for im
provement of the water works be
fore. If the contract was against
tho law he was ready to throw it up.
The matter thou dropped.
A bill relating to salo of loases of
public lands was read a first timo
The bill relating to peddling of
foreign goods passed to second
Tho military bill then came up for
second reading and was considered
section by section. It passed at
3:20 o'clock, when tho mooting ad
journed. Tho success of Mrs. Annio M.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
iu tho treatment of diurrhoca in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. Sho says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great flood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had several children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhaja
very badly, I got some of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thorn. 1 knew of
several othor cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled and choorfully re
commend it." 25 and MJ cent bot
tles for salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
If you want a Good Pulr of
-: GDL. O "V" HI S:-
For Driving or Walking I can sell 'em to
you. Or If you want to see some
KT-w -:- nsreck-weax'
In the Latent Designs aud Shapes; call
around aud feast your eyes. 1
have also got u New Slock of
, COLLARS : and : CUFFS
j And above all do not furgi t that I am
! Making v Shirts vTo v Order
I In all Styles and that I urn Sole Agent
1 DR. G.JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
tf Your pliynlclaii recommend It tor
1 the Health,
' IsL. 0-0XjIDBHJR,-3'.
Job iWnd'rij tmatly im promptly
airs. A. jr. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
j Qut Hood's Qarsapnrilln was
Equal to tho Emorgoncy
Plcurlsv, Chtlls and rever Utile
j Lcalcrfcct Ouro.
j "After my baby was born I got Into very seri
ous comuuoii, tuning pleurisy, cuius ana rover,
gradually doMcloplns Into mlllt les. Wo live 20
miles from a physician and did not know tthat
to do. l'lnally nClcr n crenl donl of auCfcr.
tag I began to talco Hood's Sarsaparllla and
when I was using tbo third bottlo I could seo
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly Uiat now X nm in coad health. I
Hood's k; Cures
cordially recommend It as a Rood medicine."
MK3. A. M. Ai.le, Terry, Washington.
Hood's Pllla cure all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache.
HOUItOX, XEWMAX & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
NOTICE TO SPOKTSMEN.
ALL SHOOTING OF GAME ON THE
lunula of Moannlua, Halawa and
Aica below the Government Itond, Dis
trict of Kona, Irdand of Oahu, H. I , is
Strictly Forbidden without the necessary
permit, which can be had on application
to .1. M. Dowsctt. at the Banking House of
Bishop & Co.
8. M. DAMON.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1893. 800-lw
SHARES OF STOCK
For Sale !
Shares of Iuter-lsiand .Steam Hay. Co.
Shares or Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Shares of People's Ice k Ret'r'g Co.
J AS. F. MORGAN.
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM almost as elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used iu tho sumo
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. 1 1 lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and bust linseed
It possesses tho remarkable
property of ' covering" with
much less pigment than any
o.ther oil. It ulso mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From Hie Manager of Paaulmu Plantation
Co,, ilauiakua, Hawaii.
Wm, Lfcnn (Imvkr, Ehq., Milliliter Ainerl-i-aii
l.ucol Co., 81111 l'Viuici.-eu.
A car iiko I Ufct'il htm in of thu oil uiunil
fut'tiireil li .wmi' C'ouiiuny Ui mint onu of
our Pluntiuloii IjiiiMliiKi, utliu samo timo
painting uiljolniiiK Imlliliims witli paints
mixed with Aiiiiiriciin anil ICnwU-li Lin
seed OIU. Tho pniiit wits mixed mul up
ilied by ii fiumpeionl uorltiiian.
Thu bilildiliK iuiiiti'il with l.ucol Oil re
tains its original iiiuranuu, while those
on w'hiuli Linseed Oil was used faded 'nine
tiinu iiko, ihn paint U-coiiiIiik olmll;y. A
tills Plantation ih on thu weather sido of
tliu Island, and thu climate, exceptionally
trjiugoii Paint, 1 oonsldur the above to be
as thorough a lest an any to which your
Oil can possible bo siibjeeied, lt superior
ity being mi apparent, '1 take pleasure In
recommending the l.ucol Oil to nil users uf
Vourn verv lieinvutfully
A. MOOUE, Mutineer.
hopiumber 0, IbiU,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
SSO Fort, Street, Honolulu.
BIG CUTEST PRICES !
Four Special Bargains!
White Turkish Bath Towels, 19x41 inchcH for. . . .
$2.15 per -Dozen
White Turkish Bath Towels, extra size; 23x51 in
ches for 2.90 per Dozen
Linen Damnsk' Towels, fancy borders ; size 20x41
inches for 3.00 per Dozan
White Damask Towels Pure Linen extra large
size, 21x45 inches for $3.25 per Dozen
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Yery Reasonable.
SCThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETO., ETO., ETO.,
THURSDAY, 4USUST 3, 1893.
75 FORTSTREET7.;i '
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery 3 Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Wicker Ware, fcsk&j Chiffoniers,
Antiqne Oak MMbmSB Sideboards,
Benroom suits, WSmBSSm Mi, Etc,
S4iT' .-syjgJ' -isira
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECONn-HAND OH DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel
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AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
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Canton "Wapiti FaTorios !
A hiuulioiiio Cotton Fabric: New Sl.les tliii i-eason, the cireets are lac-slnilles of China
hllKb', to seo them mean to appreciate thuin.
1&J&.FLTJ S-A-TIEJEUSTS !
Sill; finish just out real French designs aie the (litest mul the eruiu of tho ecason.
Oashmere Sublimes SO Oents Yard I
One of the humUoniest Wash Mittermlsi this, tcason entire!) new ami
for the price has no equal.
Wliite Lawns and IDimity I
In Plain, Striped mul ( licekuil Iu groat variety.
tT DrossmaklUQ Under the Mauaaouient of MRS. RENNER. J&J
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tm" Tire rlsU on nil kind ol lutiirunvv Properly luken at Current KUkt by
Street, oppo. Bethel Street
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