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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1W3.
To Ewa Mat.
B. B. A.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu ... .8:4fi 1:45 4:35
Leavo Pearl Oltv It:30 2:30 5:10
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:80
0. B. B.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leavo Ewn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Lenvo Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:65
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
A front room nl
1 Onrdon Lano is
Club moots at 7:30
Decision in Sprockets vs. Macfarlano
Tho Boston Bankruptcy.
In tho mnttor of Francos M. Nicoll,
propriotross liostcm luncu room,
Tho Iolaui Collogo niid I ho public ' bankrupt, sovou claims wen proved,
bchools ro-oponod this morning.
Mr. 13. R. Bivon of Mnni hns gono
into tho business of an nuctionour.
Twonty-six arrests woro made bo
twoon Saturday night and Monday
Slocum tho jockoy leaves for tho
Coast on tho rf. S. Australia next
Mr. Antono Rosa and wife aro
taking a two weuks' vacation on tho
VICIOUS GUESTS FROM JAPAN.
Mr. Taylor of llamakuapoko
had an niiltlo bono broken l)j a
from his horso.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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Tho subscription ball will tako
placo at tho Hotel this ovoning com
mencing at 8 o'clock.
Throo Chiueso took out return
permits this morning to leavo by tho
China this day week.
Richard Stone's trial for escaping
justice has boon sot for Wednesday
morning in tho District Court.
Rov. E. G. Beckwith preached at
Cnutral Union Church yesterday
after a short vacation.
First quarter ot the moon outlic lTtli, at Mi.
Time Whistle blows at lh. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which it the sninu as 12h. Oiu.
03. at Uiccuwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 11, 189;?.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Co. is
having the front of its store painted
with Hendry's roady rnisod paints.
A nativo woman named Lioi was
arrested this morning for tho thoft
of a S7 guitar, tho properly of Na-pua.
Mr. L. J. Lovoy calls attention
elsewhere that ho will sell tho lease
hold interest iu a valuable houso and
lot at Waikiki.
Sunday, Sept. 10.
Stmr Clnudine from Muui
btiur James Makee from Kauai
Stmr Iwalanl from Kanal
Schr Kawailani from Koolau
Bclir Maliimalii from Waialua
Schr Haleakala from Konu
Schr Kaulkuaouli from Puna
Bchr Mllle Morris from Koolau
Susuav, Sept. 10.
for Leper Settlement, Molo-
Tho Healani Boat Club crow aro
now out daily practicing. Thoy
were out yostorday "mowing down
space" at Waikiki.
A. big cut in house-keeping goods
is made at N. S. Sachs' store for this
week only. Tho prico list in this is
sue speaks for itself.
Mr. W. A. Kinnoy and bride re
turned from tho Gardon Islo yester
day on tho steamer Iwalaui and re
gistered at the Arlington.
Thoro was a largo muster of school
children to hear the special sermon
by Dr. Beckwith at Central Union
Church yesterday evening.
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho stentorian tones of Judgo
Robertson could bo hoard liuoing
inebriates "S2 and SI costs."
VoBaela Iioaving To-morrow.
Schr Ka Moi for Kohala and Kouolalele at
4 p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Clandine 100 bags taro, 171 bags
corn, 1!H bags potatoes, 43 hides, ii
pes koa (Hit It), 2A bbls poi, 51 head
cattle, 2) hogs, 117 pkgs buudries.
Per stmr O R BI.-hop-lU4 bigs sugar, 360
bags rice anil GO pkgs suudiies.
Per stmr James Makee '130 bags paddy.
Per ttuir Iwalani 2550 bags sugar.
Some enterprising thief stole two
rolls of copper otf tho steam tug
Elou some timo last night. It is
presumably tho work of a Chinaman.
Mr. Thomas McTigho, of tho em
ploy of Geo. W. Macfarlano & Co.,
will leavo by tho Kinau to-morrow
to tako charge of tho Kohala saloon.
From circuit of Oaliu, ver stmr C Jt
liishop. Sept 9 Mrs Alirens and children,
Mrs J F Scott, Mrs T Phillips, Rev SL
Desha and 11 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Twalani, Sept 10
H P Baldwin and family, Miss" Alexander,
MissSmithies, WAKiuneyandbride, Miss
Green, Mr and Mrs W Goodacre, B Bailey,
Miss Bailev, Paul Neumann, C W Asiiford,
J L Kaulukou, J A Magoon, G K Wilder,
Miss Gurnett, Kaipli Wilcox, Misses Wil
cox (2), L Zumwait, Mr Uldenkerf, and 54
From Mnai, per stmr Olaudlne, Sept 10
W Beers, Miss A Beers. Mi.ss b Wifl'ums,
Mrs N Mackenzie, F Wittrock, Mr l'liifer
and wifu.Mbs Iosua,D Dart. Miss Duncan,
Miss Babcock, Miss Snow, Miss Atkinson,
Miss H Cockett, A Hebcrt, P A Anderson,
Julia English, Mrs Kalama, Masters Giles
(2), Geo Cummings, Rev J P Kuia, M Chil
ton, Mrs Kalawaianui and duughter, J
ltlchardson and 2 sons, Master Aluli. E H
Bailey, C Kaiser, A Coekburn, A Youtig,
Mr Charlock, F G Snow, H E Mclntyre, V
Ueino and 91 deck.
For Leper Settlement, Molokai, per stmr
Hawaii, Sept 10 His Kx J A King, His E
W O Smith, C 11 ltcvnolds. J Emmeluth, J
F Brown. Ht Eov HMion Willis and Ludv
Willis, J M Oat, E Stiles, Ht Hev Bishop of
Panopolis, Mr Sharp, Mr Libby.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
OAARS Warrlmoo, from Vancouver, 11
U, due Siit 21
O & O S S China, Seabury, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept IS
OSS Maripoaa, liny ward, from the Colo
nies, due Supt 21
OSS Alamedu, -Morsefrom San Francisco
due Sept 2i
Am bk Marthu Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiaucibco for
Kaliului, Aug 5
Ger bk Paul lsenbprg from Liverpool, duo
Haw bk Muumi Ala, from San Francisco,
due Sent. 25
Am ship Topgallant from Port JUakely
Vessels in Port.
U S S Boston. Day, from a cruise
U K B Adams, Nelnin, from a crulso
Am bk Alburt, Grllllths, from ban Fiuu
ciseo Brschr Norma, Mttcipiarrio, from Yoko
hama 8 8 Australia, Jloitdletto, from San 1' ran
cisco Am 4-instd schr Alice Cooke, I'uuhallow,
from Port Ga'i'blo
Am bktne Irmgard. Hchmlilt, from Lyban
Am bktno Discovery, Cliristianien, from
. Am bl; Alden liussn, Filis, from San Francisco
Late improvements mado in tho
Golden Rule Bazaar euablo tho pro
prietor to handle his steadily in
creasing custom with bolter facility.
A private loiter received from 'a
former residout, now residing iu
New York, states that annexation is
dead, and cannot possibly bo con
summated. The tramway rails havo been
taken up, from Queen street to tho
water front, on Alakea street, in con
nection with the macadamizing of
the latter street.
amounting to $633.59, and Honry
Davis was olocted assignee. Theo.
II. Davios & Co. have a lion on goods
sold by thorn for $203.03.
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court has been filed iu tho
caso of Clans Spreekols vs. Geo. W.
Macfarlano. It is by Judgo Coopor
of tho Circuit Court sitting in placo
of Justice Frear disqualified from
having boon of counsel. Chiof Jus
tice Judd and Justico Bickorton
sign tho decision with tho author.
Tho caso is an appeal from tho
order of Circuit Judgo Whiting do
crooing that 1190 shares of tho capi
tal stock of tho Waikapu Sugar
Company pledgod by tho defendant
to Bishop & Co., ana now held by
tho plaintiff, bo sold at public auc
tion for tho purpose of paying a cor
tnin promissory notomado by tho de
fendant to Bishop A; Co. for tho sum
of S123,314.07, together with interest
at tho rate of 8 percent por annum
amounting to $31,110.10, said noto
being hold by tho planum. Tho
Court say, "It seems to us that no
error in tho decision or order of tho
Court below has boon pointed out,
"therefore thoy dismiss tho appeal
and confirm tho order of tho Circuit
Tho grounds of tho decision aro
givon iu tho following syllabus:
"M. mado a promisory noto to B.
& Co., and as security assigned cer
tain cortiGcatos of stock by endorse
ment iu blank, and executed an irre
vocable power of attorney authoriz
ing tho transfer of tho certificates to
'Hold, that tho transaction was a
pledge and not a chattel mortgage,
and that tho securities followed the
dobt into tho hands of tho holder.
"At tho timo of tho assignment a
memorandum was mado upon tho
stub of tho stock book of tho com
pany that tho certificates had boon
duly assigned by M. to B. & Co. as
"Hold, that tho assignment was
(rood betweon the parties, and that
M. could not enquire into tho valid
ity of tho subsoquont assignments
ot the certificates."
P. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. S.
Hart well for defendant.
AN ADMIRALTY CASE.
Judge Coopor is this afternoon
hearing tho caso of Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company vs. 1206
Bags of Sugar. F. M. Hatch for
plaintiff; C. W. Ashford for J. S.
Walker, agent ot tho Alliance Insur
ance Co.; C. Creighton for W. G.
Irwin & Co., agents of the Hawaiian
Sugar Co. Tho claim is for salvage
on the sugar saved from tho wrecked
schooner Liholiho at Makawoli by
tho 1. 1. S. X. Co.'s steamer Iwalaui.
The amount claimed in tho libol is
$2500, and tho sugar was sold by
order of tho Court, as it was partly
damaged and liable to further dam
age from delay in marketing. Deputy
Marshal lirown's return on the sale,
hold by J. F. Morgan, shows that it
realized $3132.88 after all commis
sions were paid. Captain H. H.
Bdrry was tho first witness, and des
cribed how tho Liholiho got on tho
Tho Winged Enomy of Itoao Bushes
Likos Sugar Cnno.
It has boon discovered that tho wing
ed bug, which has devastated rose
bushes and ornamental shrubbery iu j
Honolulu, has a fatal nHuction for .
sugar cauo. It has attacked a smnll
plot of cauo in town, eating into the
middle of tho stalks, The bug flics
about at night, specimens having
boon found in houses. This danger
ous post is said to have been import
ed, in plants from Japan. Unless it
bo effectually stamped out, there is
clangor of its committing havoc on
tho sugar plantations.
Since tho foregoing was in type,
Mr. Jos. Marsdou, Commissioner of
Agriculture, hns been seen on the
subject. Ho declares that there is
no proof that tho post mentioned as
attacking tho sugar cane iu Hono
lulu is othor than tho cauo borer
long known in these islands. It is
his opinion that such is tho caso,
and that tho ouemy is not the bootlo
(8carabichlr) that has boon through
tho shrubbery. Ho has asked for tlio
capture of specimens of tho creature
attacking tho cano for examination.
Another Prize Fight.
Thoro was a prize fight at tho
Aloha bathhouse Saturday uight, bo
tweon Marks, of tho U. S. S. Boston,
and Cunningham, a fireman of tho
S. S. Australia. Iu tho second round
tho men clenched and Marks, in
makiutr a savaco blow at his anta-1
gomst, broko his
fight was awarded
vho cets $75 of
Marks as tho loser cots $25 small
consolation for his broken limb.
There was a large crowd of tho
"initiated" at tho slogging match.
For This Week Only !
Leads the Way
N. S. SACHS'
8EO Port Street, Honolulu.
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co.
TANonitti, July 21, lbi.
W. S. PAliMKK, Esq., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. 1'ueitlc Co.
I find that the oil rcym're MiirA It pig
ment tliun linseed tu make a paint of the re
tjuisitc cuicrimi ami tpreattinu rimlitm. 100
lbs. of an 111 to (end will take no more than 4
to IK cnls. of litibccd. vvhiUi in tuv wiinlin:
coat, I yet oven lit'ttcr results uitli II to lu
gallons of I.ucol, and In my second coal
witn 1 1 to b gallons 01 j.,ucoi to lliuius. 01
lend. This means a vcrj material having
(from one-third 10 one-half) iu tlio amount
of pigment necessury to cover a given sur
face. In m v roof color 1 used leM than 100 His.
. 1 .. f..,. ...-I . . ,nt . ...
Own anil. TllO ' OI cur ;tmi i-nuces .uciuiiiu grouuu in
in rM,;iirrlinm oil' wlioro u roof of this size has always re
to Cunningham, ulrca o, )bs, uf cnr .,aItll wit, unseed oil.
tho purse, while I mixed my roof color with IHuallonsof
, i.ucol to tnu iw loi 01 pigment uml got a
better body of color than I ever got with
le-s than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give jou simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain tliem.
'the drsiin; qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The primiuy rout with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 'M hours.
Tliu first coat for Mind took the sund freely.
I liriuly and in larger quantity than IIiimm'iI
and dried hard inside of it hours. The
s-eeoml coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 'Jl
1 hours. It covered pei feetly and dried with
a tine smooth "iirlaco entirely free from
wrinkle and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well ho as to develop a line lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. Thu car paint spread on the
I roof was mixed with raw I.ucol anil dried
I perfectly in 'Jl hours. Notwithstanding
' that on'lv one-half the usual amount of
' color was used, the paint covered perfectly
I and did not 11111. The second coat of anll
tilled uti solidlv. takinc una lurner Humi
lity of sand inure evenly than 1 have evur
gottun 011 to linseed.
The I.ucol has elVeeted a saving of 1!I5
lbs. of pigment or nuirl) oue-thinl of the
amount usually required for a buildini; of
! this sue.
, With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, 1 must confess thut 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
lin-ced, and if the oil wears us well at
Tancrcd as it has worn with the Muster
Car l'aiuter, Mr. l'itch, at Sacramento,
thrre din be no question about the bUl'K-
1 UluKITY of Lucolmer I invert, eien at the
wine price per gallon, in KUuNOSIY, UUOI)
l.OUKM niuf 111 DUKAUILITY.
I Yours Hi'spcctfullv,
1 Signed V. II. MEI.MJ9,
l'orcnian I'uiiitcr, Southern I'.icitir Co.
INTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS !
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Best Quality White Sheeting-, 2.1, yards wide
" 30 Cents
Best Quality White Sheeting, 2 yards wide
Best Quality Mosquito "Net, 00 inch wide ; 10 yards
in piece Tor $2.15 Piece
White Honey-combed Spreads, fringe all around ;
good quality for $1.00
Colored Bed Spreads 75 Cents
8 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Mrs. A. 2T. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsopai-i'.lo was
Equal to tlio Emergency
PKsuriay, Chats nud rcvcr UWi
Leo 1'crfccl Cure.
"Alter my baby was lioru I not Into very seri
ous condition, lia ins pleurisy, chills and fover,
gradually developing into milk log. Via live 20
miles from a physician anil illil not l.nov; what
to do. rinally nClcr n great 3onI of nuCfcr
Ins I began to taUo Hood's S-irsaparllhi and
when I was using the third bottle 1 could sea
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued lth another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now I am in goad brallh. I
i i ni
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholster j Cabinet Making
ON H.VND AN KXTENSIVK AS'sOKTMKNT OF
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Tho Hoalani Boat Club's six-oared
crew and officers atteuded the ser
vices of the Second Congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral iu a body
Mr. J. S. Walker has not awardod
tho contract for n-pair of tho steam
er Waimaualo, owing to his having
to attend tho admiralty caso in
Court olsowhero reported.
Tho colloction of rare deopsea
Gah caught iu tlieso waters 25 ears
ago, belonging to tho lato Andrew
Liarratt, has been bought by Mr. G.
R. Iiihhop for tho Bishop Museum.
Tho basoball match on Saturday
afternoon between the Hcalauis aud
Myrtles was won by tho former by a
scoro of 11 to 7. A wag has it now
that "as tho basoball went so will tho
Tlio Mcumur Pole will piobuLilj o into
commission ugaln next woi-K,
The steamer Kinuu will leuve as ununl at
'I o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Thu hclioonor Ku Moi will f-ull to-morrow
(Tuesday), ut -I p.m. lor Koliulu and Koho
lulele, Thu ccliooncr Kuull.'cuouli drifted on tt
hand bunk Imlow tliu liKlithoubu yusiutdiiy
nioniliitf. Tliu tun i:ieu luwua Iter ml
The yuelits llulunu, lluwull and Ilonuln
Uniidtu left tliu liurlior uitily crturdny
niumliife' for I'l-iirl llurbor mut ritunad in
tliu evening. The wliItc-uliiKud ikut unu
plainly vUiblu from Honolulu us tbey
made thtlr way t thi Burrows.
John Inch, an aspirant to drama
tie fame, pleaded guilty to assault
and battery on Julia Lulia in tho
District Court this morning and was
sentenced to pay a fine of 510. The
assault occurred yesterday.
Thorn's no necessity for having a
dog of the mangy mongrel fish
market typo following your hools, as
a chance is now offered to secure
either a vountr or fulltirown fo
terrior. Pedigree guaranteed. See
Wm. Hosier, tho driver of the ico
wngon who met with tlio accident
on Friday morning, is improving al
though not out of danger. On
Saturday night lie was very low. Ho
is unable to oat anything through
his mouth, aud liti-i to bo fed through
Six .laps, Masui, Kong, Harry,
Kilo, Imato and Ota were arrested
by Detectivo Toiun and I'inkurton
Blackburn on Saturday night on
I'onsncoln street for indulging iu a
gamo whoreby somothing is loit or
won. Tney were lomiu guilty oi me
uhaige this morning, aud suulitucod
to pay a lino of 810 each.
l'alaile, whim iu a fit of intoxica
tion on Saturday, foil against u
glais case iu a Chiuoiso storu on tho
corner of Niiiianu street aud l'auoa
road. Tlio Chinese proprietor de
manded $1 damages of 1'alaile, but
the latter thought it win asking a
lit tlo too uiiiuli, John caused the
arrest of l'alailo on a uharge of
malicious inibuniui. iu uiu jJibtnui
Court thin morning I'ulullo was
found guilty aud suutoucod to pay a
fiuo of S10.
Y. M. C. A. hall was well filled
Saturday evening for the monthly
temperance coucert. The program
was rendered iu a manner to delight
tho large audience. Messrs. Ord
way and Honnessy's guitar and man
dolin duet made a groat hit. Mrs.
W. I. Warrinor, in her first appear
ance here, revealed a fine soprano
voice. Tho flute solo of Mr. L. Bar
sotti, of tho U. S. S. Boston, was
masterly as expected. A comic reci
tation by Mr. W. B. Ah raised a
storm of laughter. Miss Rhodos re
cited a piece with much expression.
Misses l'armoloo and Hopper gave a
piano duot with thoir well-known
ability. Chief Justico Judd closed
with an effectivo temperanco address.
Tho P. G. baud will give a pub
lic concert at Emma Square this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will be rendered:
Marcli My Ooeliorl . .Bprowucker
Oven ure Story City Kcrruzi
Waltz Now Meluilleii (by request)....
Selection llelisario Donizetti
I' A UT II.
Medley Populur Alra. .... Kappey
Fantni:i Korge in the Forest (by re-
(jue-t) .... Michaplh
Waltz The Dolls Bayer
Maich A Day in Vienna Behild
Hood's ksl Gyres
cordially recommend It as a cood tnedlclno."
Mits. A. JI. Ai.U!v, Terry, tv.nlilnston.
Hood's Pitta euro nil l.ivcr Ills, IMIIouj
ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Ilcudaclio.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
ALL PERSONS HAVING I'LAIMH
against Robert William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the namo
without delay at the Oflice of
BRUOE & A. J. OARTWRIOHT. ,
Honolulu. Aiir. 25, 183:1. 81.1-tf
THi: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
In the matter of the K-tate
Nicoll, of Hiiuululu, O.ilni, u
of Frances M
Creditor'- of the vaid bankrupt nro here
I by notilied to come in and prove their
1 debts beforo Mich Judgo of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as -dull be it
i ting at Chamber, ut Honolulu, on MON-
DAV, the Uth day of September, 1WM,
I between thu liouri of ten o'clock in the
j forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of the said
I bankrupt's eilute.
uy uie umm:
820-3t Deputy Clerk.
Wardrobes, Hattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAHKD GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELb l'Kl.KPHONE 5r. -A tw MUTUAL TELEPHONE CAi.
VrOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XN wo have this day bought from I, urn
shall not be liable for nu nmate, debts
contracted by the said Lum Whj prior to
or after date of sale.
KWONO SINU WAI CO.
Anguat 23, 18H3. bii-Iit
hv. the retlrine nartner. his one-tenth
idivided share of the Kwong hing Wni
, rice plantation at Hnnamanlti, Island
Caual. The salil Kuong Sing Wni Co
1 ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
, -L appointed Ahiignee of the Uaukrupt
I Estate of Oeorgo lions, of Wnihiku, Maui,
by the Hon. A. N. Kcjioikai. Judge of the
Circuit Court of tho Second Circuit, hereby
gives notice loall persons having uluiius
nguinst the said Bankrupt E-tato to pre
sent the snmo to said Circuit Court for
verification within six months or they will
i bo forever barred.
Assignee of tho Bankrupt Estate of tieorgo
I Dated ut Waihlku. Mnui, Sept. 1, 1S1AJ.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
E5TO.r E3TO.. EJTO.,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
Mr. H. J. Mayors, of Oakland, Md,,
says: "I havo sold thirteen bottles
of Ghamborlaiu's Couch Remedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale ou record of
any one preparation in a day ovor
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough modicino wo
handle, aud as a seller it leads all
other preparations ou this maikot."
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
.Smith fc Co,, ngentH for the Hawai
Stamp collectors can obtain at the
Bt'LLi:riN oflico printed stamp shoots
for Hawaiian postal stamps in quan
tities to suit, from one up.
HOPP $c CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
ROOM TO LET
IsJL. S- LE3VY
AT THE KAMOl'S STORK OK
U Oil. MRS. Et"., Elf.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
rjMlONT ROOM I"OR
L Gentleman at No.
b. f. es:ijEk,s & oo.
BOS Bs 5 1 1 PORT STR.EIBJT'.
Oaxxtoxx "Wets!. PelTotIgs !
A bandsonit Cotton 1'iibrie. Niw b'j les till, t-eiixin tiitMlceti u'- fue-sluillei uf Chin
hilks, to nv tliem ineaut to iipjirneiatii them
:m:.a.:r.tj s ateekts i
Hllk Iluixh Jiiat nut; real l-'reneli designs art the linesi im,i tlio eraze d the Bcuon.
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Out of tin hiiudi-iiiiiust uh Muti rials this scasun fiitlrel) m. aud
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