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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891.
Till'H'UAY, June II.
Stmr KabIh from Waliinae
TiiciudaV, June 14.
Btiur Pele for MuUnell
Tlit-re were nofl'urulHcs ill the Cutoiii
The new whurf tietr llraucr's landing l
The steamer W. 0. Hull will he duo from
tollittwnril to-mormiv fift..rni.i,i.
Tlio sti-utucr IVIe left for Mknuell tlili
ufternoon with foal mid lumber
The hark Xowhoy will not nwnv In a dnv
or two for tho Coat with a lufl load of
LOCAL AND OKNKHAL NKWfl.
Bock Beer in bottles, two for 2fn,
at tho "Empire."
To-morrow, tho Kith lust., will be
day on the U. S. S. Philadel-
Tho California Feud Co. has a
change of advertisement iu this
The Hawaii ball team will meet at
tho Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30 o'clock
Prof. Hosmnr. of Oalni College,
and wife, leavo for the Coast by the
S. S. Australia.
Lorrin A. Thurston will address
an open meeting of tho American
Leaguo to-morrow eveuiug.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold an as
sigueo's sale of bankrupt stock at
his salesroom at noon to-morrow.
There will bo a battalion drill r
the P. G. forces ou Monday orouluf;
next. Six companies will participate.
Tho concert this evouing by the
P. G. baud will bo at Emma Square.
Tho same baud played at Makco
Island yesterday evening.
Sharkey, tho Philadelphia's pugi
list, is iu training for a set-to with
Langloy, of the Champion. Sharkey
takos his pitiH at Waikiki.
At 0. Brewer ic Co.'s store at II)
o'clock to-morrow J. F. Morgau will
sell fourteen bales of sugar bags
uamageo on voyage oi importation.
A barge raco between crows from
tho dilTereut war vessels iu port is
spoken of for tho Glorious Fourth.
Iho boat boys may possibly take
Loo Cooper will give a dramatic
recital iu tho Y. M. C. A. hall at IS
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. An
admission of fifty cents will he
V. M. GiffardVchanceilor of the
French Legation, paid an official
visit to H. I. J. M. traiuiug ship
Kongo, aud was accorded a salute
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
chauge its mooting nights from Mon
day to Friday after going iuto the
now hall. Next week the club will
moot Tuesday evening,
Thirty-eight Chiueso wore arrested
last night by Captain Parker and
posse iu tho Aswan block for fail tan
playing. Trial was continued iu tho
District Court this morning.
Tho Hawaiian Jockey Club will
moot at tho Pacifio Club on Friday
eveuiug at 7:!J0 o'clock. A full at
tendance is requested as business of
importance will be transacted.
J. F. Morgau will sell twont)
shares of stock each iu the Honolulu
Soap Works Co.; L'd., and People's
Ico fe Kefrigoratiug Co. ou Monday
next at noon. Par value of stock,
A painful accident hanpeued to
H. Baker, an employee of the Poo.
phVfl Ice Works. In jumping from
an ico wagon he sprained his ankle.
Ho was taken to tho Queeu's Hos
pital. Tho Bulletin acknowledges re
ceipt of the Biennial Report of the
Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court
for the years 1892 and 189U, from
Chief Justice Judd with his com
pliments. Besides various recom
mendations, it contains full statistic
of all courts iu the islands.
Tom Gay will return hit race
horses, Senator Stanford, Autonomy
and Leilaui to tho Mokuleia Stables
to-day. Having come out at tho
wrong end iu tho events ou June 11,
Mr. Gay has given up the idea of
going to Maui to take part in the
Kahului races on .Inly l. Consider
able money was lost and won on the
ono-milo raco botween Gay's Sena
tor Stanford and Ballontiuo's Ama
rino, aud although Mr. Gay acknow
ledges a fair defeat, he cannot ac
count for the poor showing mtulo bv
Tltl'RStMV, June 11.
The Constitutional Convention
met at 10 o'clock. President Dole in
Coun. MuCaudless reported from
the Judiciary Committee, recom
mending the passage as in the draft
of all the Articles referred to it.
Min. Smith reported from the
Committee on Legislature, recom
mending various amendments in
Articles referred to it.
These reports wero all laid on the
table to he considered at second
reading of the draft.
THE CHINESE QUESTION.
Miti. Smith, from tho Committee
on Legislature, presented tho follow
ing report on the Chinese petition:
To tho Hon. S. U. Dole. President of
the Constitutional Convent inn
of the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Committee of the Legislature
1 tint ittnd Piirmiiitl I tin iii.f if -
of certain Chineso residents mid
til 1JWIII iviuiivu luu lriiiiirn
merchants rosidiug on Hi
icse Islands i
bog leavo to report, that the Com
mittee havo had the petition re
ferred to under consideration. Tho
petition sots forth facts and con
tains statements that are not dis
puted, and concludes with the fol
lowing prayers and petitions:
i rirst: llio negotiation either of
i a treaty of friendship, commerce and
! navigation, or n labor convention
J bo twee n the Hawaiian and Imperial
I Second: The granting of a fran
l chiso to all Chinese who have ho
i come naturalized subjects or citizens
; of the Hawaiian Islands or who havo
j been born therein or born of Hawai
Third: A representative iu the
Advisory Council or such body as
may succeed it.
I'ourtb: That tho riu'ht of frau-
ehi-e be granted to all such Chinese
" "mA eollipe oni
to qualify tin
der the electoral
provisions of the
Fifth: Reciprocity of treatment
the most favored nation
clause oi treaties, wit u oilier pow
ers ponding tho consideration of a
treaty betweon Hawaii aud the Im
perial Chinese Government, or iu
other words equal rights with thoo
of all othor alien rcMilouts, subjects
To tho first prayer or petition,
this Committee say. that this Con
vention was convened for a single
object, that of formulating a con
stitution, ami no other matter can
or should be considered, that is not
pertinent or relevant to such a pur
pose. Further, that tho treaty
power lies solely with the Govern
ment, mid an application for a treaty
should bo made solely to the Gov
ernment and the negotiations should
be made only in such channels as
aro used among the different nations
of the globe.
To tlio second prayer this Com
iii ttee say, that the Constitution
now uiider coiisideialion contains
no invidious or class restriction as
to who shall or shall not be permit
ted to enjoy tho right of franchise;
all classes aud all residents of there
islands that can fully satisfy its pro
visions shall havo Iho right to iim
aud enjoy that privilege.
To the third prayer I his Commit
tee say, Unit the Advisory Council
as now constituted, is the sole judge
of the qualification of its members,
aud alone has the power of electing
members to its body. And further,
that under the terms of the Consti
tution, now under consideration, all
and every resident or citizen of
these Islands, who can under the
provisions of that Constitution bo
eligible to a seat in tho body that
will succeed the Advisory Council,
is and can be a member of the body
To the fourth prayer this Com
niitteo say, tho same answer applies
as is given to the second prayer.
To tho fifth prayer this Commit
tee say, that this Convention has no
jurisdiction over the subject mailer
therein set forth, and that the same
is foreign to the purposes for which
it is convened.
This Committee therefore respect
fully recommend that the petit iou
oe lain on tne tame.
Honolulu, June 1 1, IS'.) I.
i (Sgud.) V. t). Smith,
I .1. Iv. lOsEI'A.
(Del. Hitchcock, tho fifth member
of tho committee, is absent.)
The teport was adopted.
j COMMITTEE OF Till. W IIOI.K
The Convent iou went iuto com
mittee of the whole, Vice-President
Wilder iu the chair.
j uiviaio.s or the .iiim-nuv
I The judicial power of the Repub
I lie shall be vested iu one Supremo
Court, nud iu such inferior courts as
I tho Legiilaturc, may, from time to
Uii motion of I'res. Dole tin head
ing was reduced to "The Judiciary."
Aura li. Ml.
Section 1. The Suiireuio Court
shall consist of a Chief Justice and
not less than two Associate .he
lices. Provided, however, that iu
case of ttm dinqualilicatinu or ab
sence of any Justice thereof, in anv
cause ponding before tho Court, his
place for the trial and determination
of said cause shall lie filled as pro
vided by law.
Cotim. l'jiinn'liitli moved to strike
out the words "not los than."
I'res, Dole ri'iMiitli'il the motion iu
order to ) it rim lUfiisinii
Mm. Smilh thought (lie aiueud
llieul Hut Ul-e. It might bocome
doMinhlo that I here slauild be more
(hail tune .ll-l !'- ill the Supreme
(Joint. With an increase of business
aud national interests it might be
advisable to have live Justices.
Coun. Kimueltith said nobody
I knew better tlnu tne Attoniey-ueu-I
neral that there was less busiuois for
! the Supreme Court now than there
i was before the establishment of the
j Circuit Court.
Del. Mcl'aialless believed that
' three J list ices were ample While
l the Lulled Stale- with 7I0W,IH)U
' peoplu got along "'lb uiue Justices,
this country with its 90,000 people
ought to got along with throo.
Del. Abies supported the proposed
change. It would be many years
before more than three Justices
would bo required.
Pres. Dolo was willing to have the
words struck out.
Min. Smith again argued against
Coun. Brown was against tho pro
posal. Thoy did not know how soon
tho business might get beyond the
capacity of three Justices, and it
might savo four years when tho time
for a change has arrived.
Coun. Watorhouso moved to refer
to the Commit too on Judiciary.
Tho atneudmont was lost, Pres.
r..i i !.. .1 . '
uuiv uiiiik iu mo minority.
Section 2. The Justices of tho
Supremo Court shall hold their
olllces during good behaviour, sub-
' ji-cl to removal upou impeachmout.
1 and shall, at stated times, receive
for their services a compensation
which shall not bo diminished dur
ing their continuance in ofllco. Pro
vided however, that anv Justico of
. I r J-t " .
"10 aupromo uotiri, or a .Jtiugo ol
"" ",rf w, "ouoru, may do ,
.-uiu.i.-.. uuu sum uiuuu, uii a roso-,
iiiiiuu iiatseu uj iwo-iiurus oi an
tho elective l no in hers of both
branches of the Legislature sitting
together, for good cause shown to
the satisfaction of tho Executive
Miu. Smith moved to insert tho
following sentence after "office,"
"The Judges of tho Circuit Court
shall hold their olllces for such
terms as may bo provided by law."
Coun. Brown objected that the
Circuit Court was not created by
tho Constitution but by statuto law.
ltdid not nppoar advisable to con
stitute tho Circuit Court by consti
tutional enactment. Tho tenure of
olllco of judges of all inferior courts
was elsewhere iu this draft made
subject to law.
Min. Smith withdrew the amend-
I ment for tho present
I Coun. Brown called in
.no provision tiiat tno removal oi
.iiisucesonavoto oi two-uiirus oi ,
both houses of tho Legislature
should bo subject to tho approval of
Aro vou atrainst
that, Mr. Brown? (Laughter.) ,
Conn. Brown I an; decidedly. I j
move the last clau?o be struck out.
Miu. Smith argued strongly
against the amendment, citing an
instance in the oxpurienco of Cali
fornia. There might be times of
great political excitement, when the
Legislature would bo swayed by
I passion. It would bo a very serious
I thing to endanger the stability of
I the court of last resort.
I I'res. Dolo agreed with tho Attor
i uey General. Ho thought it sutli
i cicut for the Legislature to have the
, initiative, as it was given In this sec
tion. He would move au amend-
ment to the amendment, to substi-!
tuto for the wrirds m micstion
"upon the recommeudntion of the
Coun. Brown asked if this would
not remove the initiative from the
Pros. Dole did not see that it
Coun McCaudless uiiestioued tho
advisability of both houses sitting
Del. Robertson wa against two
ways of removing judges. It was
enough surely to have them proceed
ed against by impeachment.
Min Hatch pointed out that there ,
might be occasions for removal of a '
udge upon a resolution of tho Legis-
lure. A judmi mmht become insane
and it would not bo proper to Im
Coun. Brown suggested the trans
position of tho words proposed by
the President to follow tho word
I'res. Dolo accepted the amend
ment, which passed.
Del. Abies moved to strike out the
words "at stated times."
Carried, and the sectiou passed as
Section !1. Tho Justice or Judge
against whom the Legislature may
bo about to proceed, shall have no
tice thereof, accompanied by a cop
of the causes alleged for his removal,
at least ten days lnfore the day on
which the Legislature shall act
thereon. Ho shall be heard before
The Judicial power shall be divid
ed aiuoiiK the Supreme Court, the '
Justices thereof, and tho several in
ferior courts of the Itepublic iu such
maimer as the Legislature may,
from time to time, prescribe, and
the tenure of olllco of the Judges of
the inferior courts shall be such as
may be deliued by the law creating
1 Aitncix S2.
i The judicial power shall extend to i
i all cases in law and equity, arising '
under the Constitution and laws of
the Itopuhlic, aud Treaties existing,
or which shall be made under their
authority; to all cases ailecting Pub
, lie Ministers aud Consuls, and to all '
cases of Admiralty and maritime
i Tim Cliiof Justice of the Supreme
Court shall he ox ollieio President of
t the .Senate iu all cases of impeaoh-
ment, unless when impeached him
I self. Should tho Chief Justice over
, be impeached, some person specially
i commissioned by the President shall
' pri'Mile over the .Senate during such
Miu. Hatch moved to transpose
tho Artieln and make it a section of
Article 1(11, as it refeired to the mo
ilmd.s of impeachment. Carried
A lira i.i. SI.
Th d'oij.nns of the Supremo
. Court -luill be final and conclusive
I upon all parties, when made by a
i majority of the Justices thoreof or
' by a majority of those who cousti
l tuto tho Court iu case a .lust ice
, thereof is dihipialilled or absent, as
Miu. Smith moved to substitute
"provided by law" for "herein pro
vided." Carried, aud the sectiou
parsed as ameiiuoil.
The Prusiduiit, or thu Cubiuul,
9hall havo authority to require tho
I opinions of tho Justices of the Su
preme Court, upon important ques
tions of law and upon solemn occa
No Judge or Magistrate shall sit
alono on an anneal or now trial, in
any case in which ho may havo given
a previous judgment.
AnTieu: 87. - Disqualifications
Ji'due on Juror.
o person shall sit as a judge or
juror in any caso in which his rola
tivo by affinity, or by consAuguinity
within tho third degree, is inte
rested, oithor as nlaintiiror defend
ant, or in tho issue of which the said
Jj.'dS" or Jliror ,anJ '"v" cither
uireouy or turougu sticn
any pecuniary interest.
Min. Hatch moved that Article
101 bo transposed to follow tho Arti
cle just passed. Carried.
AntlCLE 101. IllPEACIIMENT.
Section I. Tho House of Itenre
jb.viw. i JL liu IIUUPU Ul Jlulllu"
-ontatives may impeach any officer
0f the Henublic for misconduct or
mal-aUministration iu his olli
Section 2. Tho Senate shall be a
Court, with full and solo authority
to hear and determine all impeach'
monts made by tho House of Repre
Miu. Hatch moved that the origi
nal Article 8.'! bo made sectiou Jl of
this Articlo. Carried.
Coun. Brown moved to striko tho
word "over" out of tho section.
Carried, aud tho section passed (See
A rl lllfl M?l n1inl'.t Hi n.,.i.wl.wl
Article 8.'1 above) as amended.
Section 1. Previous to tho trinl
of any impeachment, tho Senators
shall respectively be sworn truly
and Impartially to try aud deter
mine tho charge Iu question, accord
ing to law and tho evidence.
Section fi. Tho iudiuiient of the
Souato, in case of the conviction of
the person impeached'
total further than to r
shall not ox-
tend further than to removal from
olllco and disqualification to hold
-i.v ..In,.,. .r i. ,..,.., ....... ... n.
um()r lno Uunublie: but tho norson
so convicted shall be, nevertheless,
i;niii. i. imiM, ...... i.i-i ...
nml p.itifHhmuuL according to tho
laws of the land,
Min. Smith moved to change tho
a,ter part to "according to Inw."
Carried, and Iho section tlm. ,,.
" amendment or revision or the con-
i Article 88.
Section I. Th. Constitution may
I be amended or revised In the follow
i lug manner and no other.
, Section 2. Amendments to this
Constitution or a revision thereof,
may no proponed ny not less than
"vu members of either house at any
niiiln ji.i!..i. .. tl... t .-. Ii .
regular session of tho Legislature.
uonn. urowii thought five inoiii
hers was limiting tho initiative of mi
amendment too much. Ho proposed
, "three," the same as in thec.vo of
Del. Baldwin saw no uso iu tho
i ennnge, as if five members did not
approve of tho proposal it could
Coun. Brown believed that when
olio-fifth of the members of either
house agreed upon a proposal, it
ought to be sulllciont to bring tho
matter up for argument aud debate
iu any house. Ho hoped the amend
ment would carry.
The amendment was lost and the
sectiou passed as iu tho draft.
Section !). Iu ordor to pa-s any
amendment or revision it shall re
ceive three readings in each Housi
at eacn oi wlucli roar
receive au allirmativ
House of uot less than a maiorlt
i)f tin oloollvc immibiirs to wide
such House is I'tititlod.
Th voto shall bo takou bv a rail
of tint ayes and uoos, which, with
the promised amendment or revi
sion, shall be entered on the journal.
At 11:50 reoess was taken until
Mr. Leo Coooer hoes to nniwuinpo
that ho will give a dramatic recital
at Y. M. C. A. on Friday, at !1 p. in.,
for school children, collegiate and
school teachers. Admission, 50o.
While at Petiksklll, N. Y Mr. .1.
A. Scriven, a prominent manufac
turer of Now York City, purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Kotuody. Such good results wore
obtained from its use that ho sent
back to the druggist from whom ho
had obtained it for two more, bottles
of the same remedy. When you
have a cough or cold give this pre
paration a trial and like Mr. Scriven
you will want it when again in need
of such a medicine. It is a remedy
of great worth and morit. 'J." ami
fill cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Honsoii, Smith it Co., Agents for the
I. O. O. F
MKMIM'.ltS OK IIAKMON'Y
1mIl'm No. X Kxrt'Ulor UmIbk No 1.
I'an I tic UWm'UIi .ui1l'x Nil I mid tlu-ir
fulllllll-K urf linrrli) Mjili-stt'il to HHMilllliie
ill Harmony Hull K iik Mrei-t. Sl'NJMY,
I7lli iimi at 1 1' m , (or tin- iuriio ot ut
li'inlliil! iiii'inuri l i-jutUi".
VHIIIiil- llrntluirx In the city, hIhimMouii
hiiI urpliHin uf tlt-cK iii'd iiii'IiiIiitk. art'
TiluilU invltcil in ittrii'l.
I'BIt OltDKK tJOMMITTKK.
NICE THINKS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label' Sugar Corn,
'Red Label' Oysters,
' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
'Crystal' Rice, (Xpw).
Abuyu Brandi will always be found excellent. Ask jour Grocer (or them
ivditoliell iSe Peterson, Ooasi A.gaiata.
E C. Damon's Will -Two Contempt
Cases This Moruiug
Cornelia B. Damon petit inns for
probate of the will of her late hus
band, B. C. Damon, in which she is
named as sole devisee, sole legatee
and executrix. Tho property con
sists of real estate valued at tfl.'l.fiOO
and personal otato valued at I0.
750. a total valuation of .L'I,'Z10. Tho
real estate consists of the house lot
I nl l... ..! ,.f I) 1 ! I
a i.,,.: .i ..,, ,i n, i..i ,..;.i. i.
brick building thereon at tho west
corner of King and Bthol streets.
Tho personalty include two insur
ance policies of .."000 each, one iu
' the Mutual Benefit Life and the
othor iu tho New York Life. The
will makes the widow guardian of
her five children, and directs that
sbo shall not be required to furnish
bonds nor file an inventory of tho
estate. It was executed March '2.
1889, in presence of W. V. Diinoud
and K. W. Podmore,
Judge Whiting this morning com
mitted W. 11. Aldrich to Oahu Prison
for thirty days, unless ho shall sooner
bo discharged by the Court, for con
tempt of Court iu disobeying a pre
liminary order not to leavo tlio Ha
waiian Islands. Tho Court finds
that ho did attempt to leave the
Islands by the brig L'Avvcuior on
Saturday, June 9, while under tho
ordor of tho Court to appear on
Tuesday, Juno 12, aud show cause
why tho injunction not to leave the
islands should not bo made perma
nent. Aldrich was found concealed iu
tho lazaretto (a place under the
cabiu where stores and loose truck
aro generally put) by Ollicor Patter
son whilo searching for stowaways.
Aldrich tostlGcd that ho rotreatod
to that place on tho arrival of some
lady visitors in tho cabin, and that
ho did not havo tlio Intention of
leaving tho country. Ho said his
action in hiding behiud a heap of
sails, and his saying to the ollicor
that tho officer should havo turned
his back wero in joke. On this the
Court remarks that its orders aro not
made in joke, nor was tho lazaret to a
proper place for tho guest of a ves
sel's captain to take his leisure.
There is no appeal from commit
tal for contempt, but tho respondent
will try to havo his caso reviewed by
the Supremo Court under a writ of
W. It. Castle appeared for Henry
Davis, assignee iu bankruptcy of Al
drich, nml C. W. Ash ford for the
Iu tho case of II. N. Castle, editor,
and F. H. Hoogs, reporter, of tho
Advertiser, cited for contempt iu
commenting ou Aldrich's caso while
contempt proceedings were pend
ing, Hoogs was released as having
nothing to do with the item in ques
tion, while the case of Castle was
taken under advisement. Ashford
for the rule; Castle for respondents.
I have two little grand children
who are teething this hot summer
weather and aro troubled with bowel
complaint. I give them Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrlaea
Remedy ami it acts like a charm. I
earnestly recommend it for children
with bowol troubles. I was myself
taken with a severe attack of bloody
tlux, with cramps and pains in my
stomach, one-third of a bottle of
this remedy cured me. Within
twenty four hours 1 was out of hod
and doing mv house work. Mrs. W.
L. Dunaoan, linn-aqua, Hickman Co.,
Teiin. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
lilC It S3I JUST RECEI VFD ' l -eI1 hi" 8tck of JAl'AN1 UUOIAS. Abo, a big as
o voto in each ,JXJiJX mjvjaul iaU ortmont of .JAPANMSIfi PAl'EK NAPKINS will ho Hold
a Kt'i.i. surri.Y
OK OHUIOK .
Ami plenty inure on the wiiy.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
MKKriNO OK THK HAWAIIAN
Jim kky ('mm Kill tiiliH plui:
rili'lllul'liiliiin I UIIMI I.VliM
lMli Illation ut 7::) iiYlot'k. Import
IHlMIII'T. .M Oil' I' .Mill,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allen & Fort Sts.,
iiollistek & (o..
livery ilenriytimi uJOH I'UISTISO
Omt ill tin ItiilUltu Dili,
Headquarters for White Goods
jnt. s. scons'
BHO ir-ort atreel, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
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Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. Olt.VlK8 AND fltlCKB.
DIMITIK8 In Htrlpod, Checks, Plaids slid Hair l.lti-.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AN'D COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND ECKU
IMMKNHK VAK1RTY OK
WHITE . Q-OODS
AN RNIII.KHt! VAKIKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIMomRKY KDOINOH In
All Widths with
All-oter Embroidery, Embroidery FlouncoB and Demi Eloance.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
Frenoh Klici Slioe at $2.26
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limpru'tor of thu Hawaiian .Iapanksk Hazaak. Hotel atrvot.
l.KSS THAN COST.
411 XUL'AXU STItEKT.
M e k c ii a n t Tail o it.
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; Gent's Furnishings
, Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
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just the thing for
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TIIK WI-.I.I. KNOWN
now pri'MUdl te Cuter lor llniinin.i.
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SwIm. Nainsook and tUmtmrg
Inserting to Makih.
Just Received !
of Every Description.
ITLL LINE OK
tl fdt iiinl !
l.lKtit and Hwry
7 yards for f l.uu
of N'u Goods to bo
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HOP H1NG & CO.,
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Liquors sad Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Silt Olli, Hire, MaltiiiK,
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Eutjlish and Amerlnan Qrocorius
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