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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FliOM ANV AFTER JUNE 1, 18'H.
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Leave Ewa Mill...,
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A. Saturdays only.
C Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
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Vossols in Fort.
U8S Philadelphia, Barker, from Callao,
U S S Boston. Dav, from a oruio
V 8 S Adams, Nelson, from a cntlso
Jan S S Aikoku Maru, from Yokohama
Br schr Norma, Maeuuarrlo, from Yoko
hama Am ltktno Irmgard, Schmidt, from Lysan
Am bktno Discovory, Christiansen, from
Am bkt AV II Dimond, from San Franeisco
Am bkt S O Wildor, from San Francisco
Am bk Detroit, from Nannlmo, duo Aug 31
Am ship Topgallant, from Port Blakely
Brit bk Darra, Peterson, from N'uweastle,
Foroign Vossols Expected.
O it A S S Miowera, from Sydney and Bris
bane, due Oct 2
O ifc O S S Oceanic, from Yokohama, duo
OSS Alameda, Morso, from San Francisco
due Sept 28
OSS Australia, Houdlctte, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 7
Am schr Kobort Lowers, from Port Gam
ble, due Oct 0
Am bgt J D Spreckels, from S F for Kahu
lui, duo Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, duo
Am bkt Planter, from San Francisco, duo
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuclo, from San Francisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Am schr Transit, from San Fraucibco, duo
Br ship Co. of Morlonoth, from N S V, due
Qor bk Paul lsenberg, from Liverpool, due
Qor bk Nautilus, from Liverpool, due Deo
Haw schr J C North, from S V for Malm-
koua, duo Sept 25
Haw bk Andrew Welch, fiom San Fran
cisco, duo Sent 20
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, duo Oct 1
Uor bk J C Pllugcr, from Bremen, now due
Br ship Villatta, from Liverpool, due Jan
Haw bk Mauna Ala, from San Francisco
BENEFIT FOR THE LIBRARY.
Full moon on the '25th, at till. S2m. a.m.
Time Wlilstlu IjIour ut lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the same as 12h. Dm.
0s. of Urcenwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1893.
JUE A. 15. 1 1ST E ISTE'WS.
Batumi vy, Sept. 23.
Jap S S Aikoku Maru, Fnrukawa, 17 days
Sunday, Sept. 24.
CASS Warrimoo, Arthur, 7 days from
Stnir Claudine from Maui
Btmr Iwalani from Kauai
Schr Mahimahi from Waialua
lb'J.i, to the
wife of li.
It. Thomas, a
FAG-EKKOOS At Kalihi, Oahu, Septom
bor 21, 1S!)1, to the wifo of V. J. Fuger-
Fine Musical Treat Fairly Patronized
at Y. M. O. A. Hall.
Thoro was a vory fair attendance
at tho concort for tho bonofit of tho
Y. M. C. A. library, given by the
Gloo Olub in Association hall on
Saturday evening. Thoro wore not
vory many vacant chairs. All tho
promises of a first-class concort wore
fully realized. Pour part songs woro
givon by tlio club, viz.: "JUaulon oi
tho Flour do Lys" Sydonham; "You
Stole My Lovor' McFarronj "Whoro
Wavolots Itipplo Gaily" Pinsuti,
and "Song of tho Triton" Molloy.
Iu tho third one tho club had to re
spond to an irrepressible encore.
Tho music was that of tho "Blue
Bolls of Scotland" with variations,
and a feature of tho rouditiou
was Mrs. Tonnoy's suporb voicing of
Mr. P. M. Wakefield, tho able
loader of tho club, gavo a lino solo,
"Only in Dreams" Do Kovon. Ho
responded to an encore. An instru
mental trio was beautifully perform
ed bv Miss Atkinson (Diano'i. Mr.
Rosen (violin) and Mr. Taylor (viol
oncello). Mrs. E. D. Tenney vocal
ized in faultless voice, "Love mo
sweet with all thou art" Whito.
Messrs. Rosen, Taylor and Wake
field charmed all ears in an instru
mental trio for violin, organ and
piano, the selection being Masca
eiui's intermezzo from "Cavalloria
Kusticaua." Miss Clara Glado was
warmly encored for tho song, "A
Message" Thompson, and cheerily
responded. Mr. O. Booth sang
"Love's Sorrow" with such effect as
to receive a hearty recall. Accom
paniments wore played during the
concert by Mr. Wakefield, Miss
Patch and the Misses Atkinson.
Como again, Gloo Club, was tho
sentiment of the delighted auditors
QUARREL AMONG ENGINEERS.
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who 8uffor Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURES.
lira. F. W. Barker
roos, a son.
Monday, Sept. 25.
Stmr Hawaii for Kalaupapa, Laupahoehoe
and Honomu at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
leia, Kahuku and 1'unaluu at !) a m
St nn Mokolii for Kaunakakai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wallau, I'elekunu.
Kalaupapa, Lauaiua, Olowalu and
Lanal at 5 p m
Stmr James Makee for Kapaa
Schr Ka Moi for Koholalele, Kohala and
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Full moon to-night.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind light northeast.
Children's dresses aro tho
for special bargains at N. S
St. Andrew's Church Association
will hold its monthly social Thurs
Tho Honolulu Football Club will
meet for practice at Makiki at 5 p.
. Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
USB Boston, Dav, for San Francisco
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
for Pucet Sound
Stmr Claudine for Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Paauhau, Kukaiau
and Ookala ut 5 p in
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
Makaweli, Waimea, Kekaha and Xii-
hau at 5 p m
Stmr O R Bishop for Nawiliwili, Hanama-
ulu, Kilauea, Kalihiwai and Hanalei
at 5 p in
Stmr Waialeale for Lahaina, Kukuihaele
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Iwalani 2323 bags sugar, Mi bdls
hides, 100 bags pia, os bags rice, 67 pkgs
Captain Parker has sent his re
gards to Mauuela tho leper, for
sparing his life.
Fresh salmon and halibut by tho
S. S. Warrimoo aro for sale by the
Metropolitan Meat Co.
This evening the ball to tho U.S.
S. Boston's oiheers will take place at
the Executive building.
Tho annual meeting of Olowalu
Sugar Co. will bo hold at the office
of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Wednesday
at 10 a. m.
otmr uiauuine 7ti lieau cattle, 01 pies
horse, 44 hides. 100 bags taro. 278
potatoes, 350 bags corn, 105 pgsk sun
The steamer W. Q. Hall went on tho
Marine Hallway to-day.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Sept 21
Miss Jordan, Miss Pindcr, Misses Water
house (3), N Homatead, A Freis, D H Mur
doch, E A Anson, Mrs McLean and child,
ana ud on aecic.
From Victoria. DC, per O A S S Warri
moo, Sept 24 Mrs Young, Miss Hepstead,
Mr and Mrs Knight. J G. Hothwell, K
Buscholtz, A Peek, E Field, Mr Uaker, Mr
Smith, Mr Harriott, Geo7ge Andrews, A
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Sept 24
Mrs A de la Nux and child, H P Baldwin,
Miss Massey, Miss S Wodehouse, Mrs
Ward, L Stoeckle, S F Hughes, MrsBeatty,
J Morse, Ah Youmj, Lau Chock and 33
For Sydney, per CASS Warrimoo, Sept
24 Mrs M G Hanna and infant, and a large
number of passengers in transit.
For Waianae and Waialua, per stmr Ka
ala, Sept 25 Mrs J N Hobinson and maid,
Tho bchooner Alice Cooke is loading with
ballast and will probably sail to-morrow
for Paget Sound.
Tho C. A. S. S. Warrimoo, Arthur com
mander, arrived at (J a. m. Sunday morn
ing, about 7 days from Victoria. She sall
od again at 1( o'clock last evening for the
Tho bark Colusa arrived Tuesday, Sept.
6th, at Ban Francisco, 41 days from Kahu
lui. The bark is tho same vessel that a
spiritualistic medium informed Captain
Potter on Sunday was dotained by culms,
thus accounting for a long passage. Tho
medium told Pottor tint there was no cause
for uneasiness, as the Colusa would arrive
Tuesday. She came in, and her captain
reports that his detention was duo to calms
and nothing elbo. 8. '. JIulMin,
The Japanese steamer Aikoku Maru,
Capt. Furukana, arrived Saturday evening
seventeen days from Yukohuma. Capt.
liuwaru oi tue steamer .amuesi camo on
her as sailing master. She brought 1U0
tons of general merchandise, 700 tous of
coal, and 30 Japaneto steerage passengers.
Blio will loave for Yokohama and Kouo in
about a week hence. Tho Jujiaue&o Dully
Advertiser of Sept. 7th says that tho Ai
koku Maru run aground while entering
Yokohama on tho morning of thudtli Inst.,
and camo oil without assistance the sumo
day, after discharging homo of her cargo
forward. The Jupunee mon-of-war Tun
kuba Kan got up steum and went to the
entrance ot the harbor to render iihslutuucu
if required, but her aid mis not needed.
The accident n due to a mistake with re
gard to the position of u buoy, which she
passed on fiur port iiibtead of sturboard
iiidu ami thus got outslilo tho boundary uf
the channel, Captain U, J, IMtwird.
though not In roiiiiiiuiul, was on board the
steamer, having been shipped as sailing
niantur for the voyugu to Honolulu, after
leaving tho coast of Jiiputi, Captain I'uriw
kawa Valolil wus In coiiimund at the
ol tu uuuldout.
The Japanese who arrived by tho
Aikoku Maru from Yokohama yes
terday were releasod from quaran
tine this morning.
The colored hostler of a well-
known "red hot annexationist" skip
pod on the last Australia, for fear of
a "blessing" for giving something
It is said that fifteen hundred
commissions ana about as many
"popguns" have been issued within
the past month to tho "Citizens' Re
serve." Word was received by the Warri
moo yesterday that in a few days,
probably by tho B. M. S. S. Alameda,
good news will come. This is news
Enough plavors did not turn up
in time for a cricket match on Satur
day. There was lively practice of
over two hours held by the few who
woro on the ground.
Boson, alto player, Barsotti, fluto,
and Tuuoy, drummer, members of
the U. S. flagship band, have resign
ed and joined tho P. G. band. They
received their uniforms this morning.
Tho tug-of-war match between
tho Iwiloi and Waikiki-kai teams
on Saturday afternoon was won by
the latter in thirty-five minutes.
The victorious team received tho $80
A pair of eagles wont through on
tho Warrimoo yesterday. They aro
being taken to tho Sydney Zoologi
cal Gardens. Manv people woro di
rected to take a look at tho "Cana
dian chickons" while tho stoamor was
Tho Unknowns and Iloalanis of
tho Amateur Baseball League play
ed a good game on tho League
grounds on Saturday afternoon.
The former won by a score of 13 to
7. A foaturo of tho game was tho
pitching of Lauky Woods, and the
playing of Clark and Harris at third
and first bases for tho winning team.
Hon. Mackouzio Bowoll, Minisfor
of Trade and Commerce in tho
Dominiou Cabinet, and Mr. Sanford
Fleming, tho ominont engineer and
scioulist, woro through passongors
on tho Warrimoo. A Bulletin re
presentative had pleasant and pro
fitable conversations witn uoui gon
tlomon, the substance of which will
bo laid beforo our roadors iu a later
issue. Thoy visited tho Queen and
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia,.
Dr, McLonnau's horso and buggy
broko away from tho hitching post
iu front of his oiliuo on Fort street,
on Saturday evening, and ran down
tho street. A tramcar was passing
at tho tiino, and ouo of the bhafts of
tho vohiulo Bliuok a young native
boy nuinod Henry 1'etord, who was
standing on tho front platform,
knocking liiin oil' to tho ground.
Tho lad was picked up and carried
into a drugstore, from whence ho
issued later and walked homo un
aided. Tho doctor's buggy was
Unfortunate State of Affairs on
Board the Steamship Warrimoo.
Tho chief engineer of tho C. & A.
S. S. Warrimoo fell out with his first
assistant yestorday afternoon, while
that vessel was lying at tho Oceanic
wharf. It appears that tho trouble
occurred over tho third assistant,
who had been taken down sick on
Saturday, tho day before arrival
hero. The third assistant became
overheated while in the engineroom
on Saturday and reported to the
first assistant, who advised him to
go to his room. The man said that
it would pass off soon, and declined
to co. Later he wont into the refri
gerating room, and after cooling off
a while returned to the engineroom.
In the oveuincc ho was takeu down,
and yesterday when seen on the
steamer was in a raging fever. Thero
was no doctor on board, as he had
been taken ill himself while at Bris
bane and had been left there. The
first assistant reported the third as
sistant's sickness to the chief, when
the latter got riled. The chief, a
burly man, flung a string of oaths
at his assistant, and wanted to know
why it wasn't reported earlier. "I'll
punch your snoot 1" he exclaimed,
and lifted his hand as if to strike
the assistant, a much smaller man.
The assistant was in no way scared,
but advised the chief to get to work
early. It is not known whether the
sick engineer received medical at
tendance or not, before the steamer
OUTRAGE ON KAUAI.
This lady Is a well-known and popular
"Therolsnotnlstako about ITood's Sarsapa
rllla. I want to tell how quickly it cured mo of
sour stomach, which had troubled mo for over a
year. I could not oven take a swallow of water
but what IsufforcdfroradUtrcMundiicidttT
When I began to tako Hood's Sir?aparllla I
could see good effects from tho first three doses.
I continued until I had token three bottles and
Hood's s Cures
havo been cntlrelr cared. I glvo this state
ment for the benefit of othcri who aro suffering
similarly." Mns. F. W. Uahker, 41 Chester
Park, Boston, Mass.
HOOD'S PlLL8re tli best after-dinner Pill
uiltt dlceaUon, con hcaiUcha. Try box. ZM.
HOBKON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
WAIAKEA MILIi CO.
AT THE ANNUAI, MEETING OF THE
Waiakea Mill Co., hold this 22nd dav
of Beptember, 1803, at tho olllce of Theo II.
Davies ,fc Co., tbo following officers wore
elected for the ensuing year:
President Theo. H. Davies.
Vice-President Alex. Young.
Treasurer F. M. Swans-V.
Secretary E. W. Holdw orth.
Auditor T. K. Koyworth.
E. W. HOI-DSWOltTH,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1803. 8,(7-lt
For This Week Only !
Leads the Way!
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanckkd, July 21, 1892.
W. S. I'AIiMElt, Eso.., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. racllic Co.
Ijind that the nil requires much Its pig
ment than lijisced to make a paint of the re-
lbs. of white lead will take no more than 4
to iy gals, of Unseed, while in my priming
coat, 1 get oven better results with U to lu
gallons of Lucol, and lu my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in tho amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size has always re-
?uired 200 lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
hotter body of color than lever got with
less than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drsing qualities of the now oil aro
perfect. The primiwj coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 24 hours.
Tho first coat for sand took the sand froely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 24 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a tine smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a flue lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
rooi wus mixcu witu ruw l.uuoi uiiu urieu
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that onlv one-half the usual amount of
color was ns.ed, the paint covered perfectly
N. S. SACHS'
eso Port Street, Honolulu.
Big Cut in Children's Dresses!
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Children's White Cambric Dresses for 00c.
Children's White Cambric Dresses with Embroidery
Trimmings '. . $1 10
Children's Fine Whito Cambric Dresses with Lace
and Embroidery Trimmings 1 1)0
Children's White Cambric Dresses, Fancy Trim
mings, stylish make 2 35
Children's Colored Silk Cloaks 4. 00
KS Above Prices are Positivelv FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY1
LAUPAHOEHOE SUGAR CO.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Laupahoehoe Sugar Company held
this 22nd day of September, 1803, at the o.f
fico of Theo. H. Davies & Co., tho following
oillcers were elected for the ensuing year:
President Theo. H. Davie".
Vice-Prosidont P. M. Swanzy.
Treasurer. W. H. Haiid.
Secretary .. E. W. Holdsworth.
Auditor. .. . T. It. Keywortli.
E. W. HOLDSWORTH,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 181H. 8;i7-U
LL PEKSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Kobert William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the same
without delav at tho Oflice of
BltUCE & A. J. OARTWIUGHT.
Honolnln, Aug. 25, 1fOT, . 813-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT BE
responsible for any debts contracted
in his name without his written consent.
833-lw PETER LEE.
and did not run. The second coat of sand
filled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I nave ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has effected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general amicaranco
of tho finished work, 1 must confess that I
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears as well nt
Tancred as it has worn with the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there run be no question about the SUPE
RIORITY of Lucol oier liniecil, even at the
same price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS ami in DURA1UL1TY.
Signed W. H. MELLUS,
foreman Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTENrilVR ASSORTMENT OF
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Gross Barbarity Inflicted on Cattle
by Unknown Miscreants.
Mr. August Droior, who lately re
turned from abroad, writes under
date of Eleele, Sept. 22, to a promi
nent business house in town, giving
a statement of outracreous treatment
of cattle on Kauai. Ho says that
since he has been away it seems that
some mischievous porson or persons
havo adopted a now style of mali
cious mischiof there. Ft is tho cut
ting of bullocks' tongues. Four
bullocks belonging to himself and
somo belonging to Mr. Rico havo
had their tongues cut while grazing
on tho pasture laud of Mr. McBrydo.
It is something Mr. Droier says ho
cannot understand. As yet ho has
boon unable to find out tho rascals
guilty of tho outrages. Tho gentle
man furnishintr this parior with tho
quotation from Mr. Dreier's letter
thinks a reward ought to bo ofTored
to assist in bringing tho criminals to
An Apparent Discrepancy.
Somo talk camo to tho Bulletin
on a ruiay auout an apparent, uis
cropancy between reported receipts
from the Post Office in tho weekly
financial statement and tho sale of
S'lOOO worth of postage stamps men
tioned in tho papers as having takou
place tho previous Saturday. An
investigation was promised tho in
formants which was carried out.
Tho returns from tho Post Office to
tho Treasury aro closed overy Sat
urday at 11 o'clock, and tho salo of
stamps in question took place at a
lator hour. This is why the receipts
from tho Post Office woro only 585
in tho weekly statement, uothwith
standing tho $11000 salo of stamps.
Tho proceeds of that sale will bo
duo to appear iu this wook's state
The success of ,, Mrs. Anuio M.
Beam, of MoKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children win unuouuiouiy no oi in
terest to many mothers. Sho says:
"1 bpent Hovoral wooks in Jonstowu,
Pa., aftor tho groat Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
thoro, Wo had several children witJi
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
vory badly. I got somo of Chamber
lain's Colic. Oholora ami Diarrhum
Komody from Kov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thorn. 1 know of
several other cases where it was
equally sui'cosflful. I think it can
not lie oxcouou aim tuiooriuuy iu
coiiunoml it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tlos for salo by nil doalorH. Itanium,
Smith & Co., aBouta for tho Unwai
LOVEJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "'Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOE THE SALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, ITaj)a City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San .Tone, Cat., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Rich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jleliuble.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
Bedroom Suits, ggSEt,!" m-
Wardrobes, Wattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL, TELEPHONE 525. -W W MUTUAL TELEPHONE 645.
M. S. LEVY.
These Goods are Guaranteed Klrst-clais in every respect and
sale at Very Keasonable Prices.
are ollurcd for
The Great Clearance Sale
Saturday, September 23, 1893.
Mutual Telephone 30S-
-Post Omen Box 137
j. i3:o:f:r &, co.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
AT THE FAMOUS BTOItE OK-
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
8INOLE PIECES ANU SETS.
COUN1CE POLES IN WOOD OH IlltASS MOUNTINGS.
IBlegeirLt v TTpliolster-y
In Kino Sprltus, llulr, Wool, Moss unil Btruvv Mattress.
PILLOWS OK LIVE G I3ISSK FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety or Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & Ulgb Cbalrs,
OT" Our CttljInet-innUlinj Workshop is Superior In Men and Material, -
FUItNITUliE AND MATTnh.SSE'i nKPAIKEI) AH OOOI) AH NEW,
iMattine Laid a,t Shortest 3STotioe.
OUK IMilfKB ALWAYS THE LOWEST IN HONOLULU.
J , xi C3 Jtr Jr-
No. T XClng Stret,
Honolulu, HC. I.
IB. F. EHLERS Ss OO.
BOJ3 8b 5 1 1 PORT STREJHJT.
Oanton Wash FeiTorios !
A handsome Cotton Kubrio; New btyli thin aea.son; tlio eilects aro fae-similes of China
Bilks: to pee them nuMiia to appreciate them,
nVLA.:R.TX S-A-TEElSrS !
Hilli finish juat out; real 1'reneh deign are the finest and the nraze of the oaton.
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard t
One of the handsomest Wahh Material this Benson entirely new and
for the prliM lms no equal,
WTaite Lawns and Dimity I
in nam, oiripeu ami unecKea in j;reat variety,
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