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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1KV5.
To Kwa MtM
IiOOAIi AND GENERAL MEWS.
Mystic Lodgo, K. of P., moots to
night, A lnrgo number of local peda
gogues woro passengers on tho S. S.
, Austrnna to-dny.
I Privnlo Shorman was arrested last
I night ns a dosorter from tho National
! Guard of Hawaii.
Leave I'earl (!lty.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill...
Lenvo l'carl City..
Tidos, Sun and Moon,
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Now moon on (lie Utli at 8I1. .II111. p. in.
Time Whistle blows ut lli.-Jmu. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tl- riiiiio as 1-JI1. Oin.
09. of Uicenwlcli time.
- THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. G, 1893.
Wednesday, Sspt. 0.
8 8 Australia, Houdlette, from Ban Francisco
TWELVE MONTHS MORE.
Barefooted Bill Pleads Guilty to Two
William Hoopli, alias "Ilarefuotod :
Pill," a nicknamo given liiin by the
Pullktin, who is serving a heavy'
sentoneo in connection with sovoral 1
burglaries, was called away from his
work in the Police Station to appear
Mr. Wm . l?.neln f if.mlin. Tfrnini. 'ill t ho District Court to ausworto
returned homo by the S. S. Australia . two other charges of burglary, made
to-day, after a brief visit, to tho j while ho was supposed to have been
last asicc)) 111 ins mum at tne uanu
Prison. Tho, first charge read was 1
larcony in the third degreo in Hono- j
hllu on July S by stealing cortoin
property of P. P. Ehlers & Co. '
"Bill" pleaded guiltj and Judge
Robertson promptly sentenced him 1
to six mouths' impiisoument at hard
labor. t j
Tho second charge was larceny in
tho third degreo 111 Honolulu on
July 7, of one gold ring, two bottles
of brandy and sundry articles valued 1
at Sit), from the storo of F. A.
Schaofer & Co. Again "Pill" plead- j
ed guilty and again ho was sentenced
to six months' imprisonment at hard
labor. Both sentences are to take
effect at tho expiration of his former
Mr. Hugh Qu 11 11 has been ap
pointed a member of tho board of
lire commissioners vico Mr. Jas. H.
Mr. II. J. Nolto of tho Beaver Sa
loon supplied his patrons with fresh
oysters to-day. Tho oysters arrived
Tor This Week Only !
0:4,5 on tho S.S. Australia.
ZIr. H. II. ClvvchtU
Jit Vernon, Vasli.
Wednesday, Sept. G.
8tmr James Makeo for Hanalei and Hana
niaulu at 4 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mikahala 800 bags sugar, 125 bags
coffee, 61 bags uwa, 30 head cattle, 31
bdls hides and 75 pkgs sundries.
From Ban Francisco per S 8 Australia,
Sept 0 Mrs H' Alexander, C F Alexan
der, O B Braddick, (i 0 Beekley, Brother
Francis, Brother Anthony, Biothcr Tho
mas, Brother J Thomas, Miss L A Brown,
MissMH Chamberlain, KB Castlen, Philip
H Dodgo and wile, Miss Dohner, Win
Eassie, E W Fuller and 2 children, W J
Forbes, Bev F Keith, I J Frein. Mrs A G
Hawes, A Haivjliurg, Miss N Li Hammond,
jurs ii a ji.err ana z euiiaren, wm LiIDDv.
Jr, Miss N 1 owroy, Miss E G Lymnu, Miss
L Lyons, A B Lyons, A 0 Lyman, Miss
Alice E Muugu, Ml-s Mcleod, H .Morrison
and wife. Mi-is Patch. Mis H V Patten, .1
K Kenton, Mrs Jas Benton, J Kadin, Tlieo
A Shaw. Jr, Miss E B Snow, Miss A S
Bnow, Prof M M Bcott, B Sharp, It C had
dler, Miss Grace Wing, W V D Wright,
Miss K Pope, A M Manor, Roland Hatlord.
From Mam anil Hawaii per stmr Mika
hala, Sept 6 Thos White, T Akana, Miss
von Holt, Miss Greenwcll, Mii-sSoper, Kii-.a
Julia Hunt. Mrs H Cooper, Miss Rosie
Simerson, Miss C Grube, V Simerson,
Ismac Simerson, Masters, Greenwcll t',
Misses M and E Kauhanc.'Miss M Friel, O
F Chillingworth, Rev J Kauhane, H Maka
Inai, B Lemon, M Kauhane, Mrs L H Ka
waihau. Mrs A Herbert, Mrs J W Kuai
moku, Mrs H 1 Jones, Master Jones, Mrs
G L Desha, Mrs Kainohao, Mrs G V Lin
coln, Miss N Lincoln, J K Nahale and 3
children, and 93 deck.
For Waianae and Walalua per stmr 0 R
BMinp. Sept 6 Rev S L Desha.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Glaudine
Sept 5 Misses B and K Cornwell, W H
Cornwcll, A Coekburn. S N Hundley, 0 F
Horner und wife, B D Mitchell, Sister Re
nata, Ahr Pihi. Moses Mahelona, (J Kaiver,
C von Hamm. Mrs (J P Ward. J M Hurner.
For Kauai per stmr Iwalani, Sept 5
Judge W A Whiting, G K AVIIder; A S
Hartwell and son, R More, 0 )) Pringle, 1
Conradt, A Schmidt, Mi.-s Hadlev, Miss
Jordan, E Mahluiu, A Rosa ami wi'fc, Mis
Maroon, Miis I.iniltav, J L Kaulukou, 0
W Ashford. J M Vivas, Chang Kim, Miss
Lucy Aukai, J A Mugoon and SO deck.
Third Ollicor Ernst, of tho S. S.
Australia, stayed ovor in San Fran
cisco this trip, his place being tem
porarily taken by Mr. Scott.
A number of raco horses belong
ing to Messrs. W. II. Cornwell and
Horner woro shipped back to Maui
on tho S. S. Claudino yestorday.
Tho P. G. bnnd will givo n concert
at Sans Souci at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. To-morrow ovoning tho
same band will play at tho Hawaiian
Judge W. A. Whiting and a num
ber of attorneys loft for Nawiliwili
yestorday afternoon on tho steamer ,
Iwalani to attend Circuit Court at '
that place. I
A Japaneso couple, Akana and
Swio, woro found guilty in tho Dis
trict Court yestorday of keeping a
disorderly house and woro sentenced
to pay fines of $20 each.
Mr. W. G. Smith, editor of tho
Star, loft a partly loaded revolver in
a tranicar this morning. Tho driver
handed it over to tho Tramways
office for safe-keeping.
Plimmor, tho English bantam
weight fighter, defeated Dixon, tho
colored American champion, in four
rounds iu tho Madison Squaro Gar
den, Now York, on August 22d.
Tho raeo horses Waikapu Maid
aud Ceutral have been purchased
from Mr. W. H. Cornwell by Mr. W.
G. Irwin at a private figure. Tho
pair was out yesterda' harnessed to
Mr. Irwin's buggy.
Tho S. S. Australia brought one
of tho heaviest cargoes she has over
brought horo, tho net tonnage being
911 tons. Purser McCombo states
that it is the largest since he has
been ou tho steamer.
If your piano wants to bo tuned,
pleaso remember Chr. Herskind, cer
tificated piano maker and tuner,
Penhallow houso, opposito St. An
drew's Church, Burotauia street.
Mutual tolophono 611.
Professor P. J. Frein of Groat
Barriugtou, Massachusetts, arrived
by to-day's steatnor to take the place
vacated by 1,'rot. J. U. Wood iu '
Oahu College. Liko his predecessor
ho is a leader in athletics.
Excoptions Piled on Motion for a
Christian Gerts: by his at tornevs,
C. W. Ashford aud F. M. Wakefield,
has filed a bill of exceptions to con
viction of importing opium. Ono
of tho grounds is that, when tho
jurv was drawn, tho names of twelve
jurors drawn for the term had been 1
withdrawn from tho box, and were ,
not available for service in this
cause, they being then engaged in
tho trial of another can?e in tho
same Court. Another is that conn-I
sol for defendant, after announcing
that, they should not call an- wit-I
nesses, was refused tho privilege of j
making tho closing address to tho
jury. There are exceptions to tho '
1 charge of tho Court to tho jury, and, 1
li 11 ally, exception is taken to an
amendment made by tho jury to '
their verdict after announcing tho
verdict to tho Court.
Tho Supremo Court term will open
ou Monday after next.
Accounts of no less than nino
holders of various trusts are docket
ed for hearing at Circuit Court
chambers on Frida-.
BLOUNT STILX. IN POWER.
An Honest Medicine
Rhcumnlism Cured Health Dutlt Up.
Sir. Climchlll, fonrorly of rimrolilll & Taylor,
ui;tm mid cUil eiijilnt n. Ml. Aciiitin,
V:iMi!u"toii, ,iltcs: '.S'litliorn California
wnnnv lmniafni imnvycis. When I came
l.cio 1 l)c;;nuto ijcMlllctiM :Uloci with
And alio pains In my back ami a cental feeling
of liclna mod up. My builm-is t:iles 1110 out hi
Um element 4 all ilia lime, nivl 1 found my
self unfit for work. K ailing nil clicrtlsc-
lliciiT. 01 nnnii s nrnnriiiu, mm K-pumv
Leads tho Way !
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co.
Tascrkd, July 21, 18!K.
V. S. PALMIJR, Usq., Engineer of Dis
trict No. I, So. l'aclllu Co.
Ijlntl Hint th' nil injitirei mtn'h Irs pig
incht thuii Ihitced to make a paint 0 the re
quisite cvierinp ami tpretiiltHa quaiiiic. 100
His. of white leid will take lm more than 4
to 4U mils, of liii'-ecd. while in mr urimini:
coat, 1 get even belter results wituutolu
my nn Slito of Mas'.:iclmsctts. Icoiipmdctl
I'nh m:iv 1 1 nil liouc-it uirilirinc. 1 took
ilundain so much lniuoeil that I am out
iu all wentlicis and tricl nil day with no
fatigue mid ttroil leellii':. To any ono that
fi'i.U bad nil over I say taUi I loo lrs bartapa
lllla. Itliascr.ic'lmr." It. lI.Ciiuni.nii.i
HOOD'O PlLLG euro l.lver Ills, Jaumllco,
blousucjj. tiiok Headache aud Co:uUiuUou.
HOBRON, NKWMAN it CO.,
Agenlt for Hawaiian Hlands.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
N. S. SACHS'
6SO Fort f3troot, I-Ioiiolulu.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
"Wash -:- Materials !
Best Quality Siiti'ens, plain and figured.
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped Mull.
.5 Yards for 1.00
.0 Yards for 1.00
The Amerii an barkentine Planter i ex
pected to leave San IViiiici.-co on f-ept. 5th.
The American baik Martha Davis failed
from New York on Augu l'Jth for Honolulu.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch ar
rived in Ban Kraneisco on August l!ih, 31
dayti from Honolulu.
BAN FBAJJCIUCO MOTES.
Arrivals Aug. ii, S. S. Australia. 0 days
39 minutes; Aug. 23, B. S. City of Poking,
U days 14 hours.
Bailed-Aug, 23,bktne W II Dimond.
liouiiiH to let with board at llaui
Hoot Boer ou draught at Bhiimhi,
Smith la Co.'s,
For Now Silks and IufautB' Out
fits go to "Ka Mnilo."
After shaviiiK use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith ti Co., Agents j
Sunburn rolioed at once by Cu-
cumber Tonic. Beiisou,Smith ,v Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re-'
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. II. ifuddy, D. D. S., has
removed his oilico from King street
to Borutauia street, near Emma.
Mr. W. H. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii next month,
orders should be sunt him early.
For a lame back or for a pain in
tho Bido or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm aud binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment will
euro any ordinary case iu one or two
days. Pain Balm also euros rheum
atism. 60 cent bolllos for salu by
nil dealers, Benson, Smith & Co.,
tttfouU for tho iluwaiiun Uluudn,
Two mules dropped on the street
on ono trip of n Buret auia street oar
on Monday, within a foiv minutes of
each other. Both animals died. As
they wero fresh from tho stables, it
is suspected the' woro poisoned.
As will bo romoinbered tho P. M.
S. S. City of Peking loft an hour
after tho O. S. S. Australia on Auk.
10 for tho Coast. Tho Australia ar
rived at San Francisco iu G days and
89 minutes, broking tho record, and
the Peking showed up 15 hours
Tho investigation in tho Japaneso
murder case at Ewa is still going on.
Fourteen Japs are under arrest at
tho present time. Mr. Juo. Dow,
Japanese court interpreter at Hilo,
is acting as interpreter. Tho men's
friends send them ico cream aud
smoking tobacco daily.
Kawaiahao Girls' Seminary re
opened yestorday. There was only
about half tho usual attendance.
Tho moro than twenty pupils hither
to maintained at tho school by the
Liliuokalaui Educational Society
have been withdrawn. Many other
girls havo been withdrawn by par
ents aud guardians.
A privato letter savs the Hawaiian
hula girls are getting along finely in j
their theatrical engagement in Chi
cago. They are in excellent health
and are enjoying good living. Tho
five Hawaiian boys sout on by Mr.
Hobron are playing aud singing
from 8 a. in. to 11 p. m, in front of
the cyclorama of Kilauoa.
A match raco between Mr. A. Hor
ner's Lot Slocum and Mr. T. Hol
lingor's Gor.-dor was ratified shortly
after tho Bulletin went to press
yesterday afternoon, Tho raco is to
take place on tho 2:Ul just, for S1000
a side. A forfeit of ,?300 has been
put up. Tho conditions require Lot
Slocum to be driven to a road cart,
while Gerstor will be driven to a
sulky. The race will bo best !t in f
Mr. J. F.Morgan received a notice
yestorday from Tax Collectoi Jona
than Shaw thai if he did not pay
S1.05, tho amount due on his taxes,
tho latter would proceed to law.
Mr. Morgan brought tho printed
notice to tho Hawaiian News Co.'s
storo and pasted it iu tho window.
After a close scrutiny it was found
that tho notice was lor .Jos. .Morgan
and had been sent to tho wrong
man. It was a good joke ou Coun
1 Arrival of tho Au&traliu.
Tho S. S. Australia, H. C. Houd
letto, commander, left San Fran-
He Will Conduct All Negotiations
With tho Hawaiians.
Wasiiixoto.v, August 21. With tho
arrival of Minister Blount iu Wash
ington within tho next few days
diplomatic business between tho
! United States and Hawaii will bo
conducted ly Blount and by Thurs
ton, Minister of the provisional Gov
ernment to this country. Boutiuo
matters and communications direct
ed to tho provisional Government
from the State Department will bo
transmitted through Severance, tho
United States Con.sul-Geuetal at
Honolulu. Minister Blount is still
invested with tho title and functions
of commissioner, and ho will act in a
The cruiser Philadelphia will ar
rive at Honolulu about the luid'llo
of September. Tho Yorktown arriv
ed at Ilio do Jnnuiro Saturday and
the Charleston at Barbadoes yester
day. Ono of these vessels will bo
I s-ent to represent the United States
KNOWS NOTHING NEW.
also tint llio medicine was c-imnomuloil lit ' i;nl ons of I.ucol, and in my secutii coat
Willi I iu o miliums Ol J'Ul'Ul (U lOU HIS. UI
lead. This means u very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) iu the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
fuce. In my roof color 1 used less than 100 lbs.
of "cu puint" (.Princes Metallic ground iu
utl whore a roof of this size has always re
quired L'OU lbs. uf ear paint with litueed oil.
1 mixed mv roof color with 18 eallousol
I.ucol to I lie UK) lbs of pigment uud got a
, better IjchU ol color than level got with
le--s than oile-hiilf that number of gallons
of linseed, I give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
I 'the lining qualities of the new oil are
1 perfect. The primiwj coat with while lead,
.dried strong aud hard inside of VM liouis.
The llrst coat for Mind took the sand freely,
llrmly und iu larger quantity than Imperii
' and dried hard inside of 21 hours. The
I second coal of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21
hours. It covered perfectly mid dried with
a line smooth surlaco entirely free from
wrinkles und blisters, and bore'out romurk-
i tibly well so as to develop a line lustre, giv-
i iug much better looking results than I
have ever gotten w itti two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof wus mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount uf
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 nave ever
gotten on to linseed.
The I.ucol has ellected a saingof 215
lb9. of pigment or nearly one-thim of the
amount usually required for u building of
With respect to the general appearance
of tho finished work, I must conicss that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
lin-eed, and il the oil wears as well at
Tailored a It has worn with the Muster
Car Painter, Mr. Pitch, at Sacramento,
iicfc cm lie )iu 'iirftion about the bUPK
RlUl'lTY IaicoI iner limecil, eicn at the
mine price per gallon, in UUUNUMY, GOOD
LJOKri iimf in DURABILITY.
Signed J V. H. Mni.WJS,
I'orcmau Painter, Southern Pucitic Co.
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and plaid
o lards ior
ground ; latest de-
0 Yards for
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL. LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR Tnt ADOVE PORT OX-
Wednesday, Sept. 13tli, i
A.T NOON. t
The undersigned arc now prepared to
isMim Through Tickets from this city to all
points in the United States,
For farther particulars regarding Freight
or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
S2--i!t General Agents.
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
tad dfe? it & i
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian Minister Thurston Horo
on a Hurried Visit.
Hawaiian MinisterThtir.ston reach
ed the city yesterday morning fiom
Washington, jut in time to meet .
tho passengers who arrived from I ho j
islands on tho nteamer Australia, j
Ho says that ho Knows nothing new
iu tho alfuirs of the islands, and that
he has received no communications ,
that indicate a change iu sentiment.
Ho has not yet m-oii Commis-ioiior
Blount, nor does ho imagine the
contents of his report to the Dopait- I
ment ol blate. In till .Mr. Unirston
is singularly dovoid uf informal ion
on this trip. Ho will return to
Washington within a fow days.
.SVin Ffunciuru Call, Am. QJi.
THE CIRCUIT COURT O
'u-jf f'liiuiit Mnu'-ill iti Tkl'iTlilu III
0"$y C2 HP TT! "R C2! Uankrnptuv. In'the mutter of the Etate
- ' ' - ,.f l,V.,.,..,.J'l Vw.mII ..F IImiimIiiIii n.ilm.n
Creditors of the s-aid bankrupt aru hert-
by uolitled to enme in and prove their
debts before Mich Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be il-
'tingut Chambers, at Honolulu, on MON'
DAV, tho Uth day of September, lslC,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
foienoon and noon of the 'aid day, and
elect an Ax-dence or Assignees, of the said
J bankrupt' estate.
Jlv the Uourt:
820-'!t Deputy Clerk.
PER S. S. "AUSTEALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon
Etc, Etc., Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
SO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAOED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
HELL TELEPHONE 02.'i. -ll ttr MUTUAL TELEPHONE oti.
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
rORT STREET. A HUNCH OF
Keys. Finder plea-e leave at this
QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE
AUD OF lHCTUKS III T1IK UIIKl-.N'ri
Hosi'itai. will lie held at tho Room of the
i CiuiiiiI.it of Commerce, on THURSDAY,
j tho 7th September, 1HIM, at 10:30 o'clock
I a. m. Per order.
F. A. SOHAr.rER,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed A-ignee of the Bankrupt
Estate of Clcorge lions, of Wailuku, Maul,
by the Hon. A. N. Kcioikai. Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
.gives notice loall persons having claims
1 against the said Bankrupt E-tute to pre
sent tho same to said Circuit Court for
verification within .six months or they will
bo forever barred.
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of Ueorgo
, Dated at Wailuku. Maul, Sept. I, 1S1W.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
National Bund Wanted, for tho Fair.
Mr. Geo. C. JJi'cldev returned un-
opeetedly on tho S. S. Australia to
day from'San Francisco. His object i
in returning is to make arrange- I
inents with tho Hawaiian National '
I Baud to go to tho World's Fair at '
I Ghieogo, aud tho .Midwinter Fair at i
San Francisco. There is every pro- '
liability that satisfactory arrange-
j incuts will bo made, as the niajoiity j
of tho members havo given their ,
consent to go.
J. HOPP &, CO.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
MYSTIO LODGE, NO. 2, K. of l.
LL KNIGHTS QUALIFIED ARE
1. cordially invliod t-i attend tho Con
vention of -Mysilc I,oilii, No, 'I K. ol P.,
to he held nt lliuir CtiMlu Hull 'I'll IH I Wed
uesdayi EVEMNG. Tho I'ugu lt.uiik will
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
Per order of the C. C.
A. V. GEAR,
K. of R. & S.
A I.L PER.SONH HAVING CLAIMS
XX. ugauiit Robert Willi im Holt er
houully are leipii'sted i pin-cut tiie t-.iine
w lllioul delav at the Olliee of
IIRUCl: X A. J. CAKI WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. i, Ib'M. M.I tf
I'll AIRS, ICie . Ete.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF -
IB. IF1. IEIOCILiIEIIELS Sc CO.
SOS & 511 JEPORT STKIHSHIT.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
Canton "Wa,s:ti Falorios !
liiiudsomn Cotton I'nlirlr, New Slilisthl- immiii; tliy eilects u- fai'-liuflH of Chink
Mlk. to i-i'e tin-in mean-, to appreciate them
:&.AJR.TJ STEEHSTS !
Silk ntiish just out' real F.en. li h lgn an- tin lim i and the enue of the miusou
Oashmer Svilolimes SO Cents "Yttrti I
One of i lie ImndsiiiiiuMi Wash Mnteri.tls this seamn entirely new and
for the price has no eipial.
Wlaite Lawns etnei 3Diixiity
In Plain, btriped anil Ciieel.ed in gie.it varmt.
Cr Dresbniaklnti Huder Uio Hauaycmont o! MRS. RENNKR. j3
t i rn . i
august wi, at
cabin and Jn steerage passongors,
and SO bags of mail. On August !i0,
at U p. in., pu-sed I he S. S. Alameda
boiiiid- to riaii Francisco, lixpori
oncod fiuu nonthur throughout the
voyage and arrived at llouolulu,
September (I, al 7 a. in.
Jul Whiij watly and jiramiily
Xf4ltrd uf the llvllntiu Ojjlu,
'J p. ill'., with fi!$ FOU SALE FOH WANT OF USE.
A S'IKAM I.AUVCH IN F1RST-CLSS
t older well-l,iinwii us ImvIiik been
Used by Dr. tl. 'lrniixkeuii u Port l'li-.i-I'lau.
The several I'il(it, ll e CusluiiiH
OlIK'iTs cum give iiilnriiiiiiioii I'mut the
boat; kiiued reVi-n kuota. huu-ral otliur
Bo'itk, Ki.u, is;ill, ete,, ee, hulln:il
can be euiiul Mr. Ituint'n Imi.u Imusu niul
to tint Murine Itiiilunv, I'or nrluun. otc,
apply to Dlt O.TKUUa.Sr.AL',
I'rom U to 11 a, n, or 7 to b i. h,
Elegant '." TTpliolster-y
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