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9AI1U RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM .NI AKTKK JUNK I. Imi.
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
The Honolulu Dioeosan Magazine
for Juno has boon received.
Tho closing exorcises of lolani
! School will bo hold on July lit.
, H. B. M. S. Champion catno into
j port from a crufoo t!ii morning.
I A nephew of Mrs. S. B. Dolo ar
' rivi'd by tho S. S. Australia to-day.
I G. N. Sponcor, of Iowa, and wife
' woro passengers by the Australia.
a salo of
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
. llT?, .Kit JUST RECEIVED
U iiUJLsai fcw wf"J
I J. F
Morgan will hold
at his salesroom
I'ti Kwa Mill.
iiiv Honolulu ,
l-ave 1'earl City
Artlvp Eftti Mill.
Lrvp lVnrl t'lly..
A. 8iitimlny only.
I. NMttnlnvii "Jrwntwl.
Slu ;DrtU)i :Vi tUrluu
SATURDAY, JUNK 10, MM.
MARINE . JSTE'Wir,
8.WCMUAT. Jlllll" It).
8 S Australia, Hoiiillcitc, from San Krnn-
11 11 M S Clintntilon. Kookc, (rom ft cruie
Btnir Jnnic Mnkrc from Knunl
Sati'miw, Juno W.
t-clir Ku.ll(pir, VuIiIIiik, fitr Ouutii, l.ntl.
From San KrnncUco iir-r S S AtiMmllit.
Juno lU-Mr 1 II Alki-n. Mls Alkin. '
Kelinii. TJ lllroli. Mm K V lloml. Ml
Kmum llflinu. (' linltv, Mir Alice llrunl,
Mir I'orurv. Guy Dennett, Mrs Dmlolt.
It A Krost, Mb-Ut W I) (illliir.l. II A Olio.
OonTOIIIf to, ItovT IMlurvlh nml wll,
Ml. K-lltli llnrlwill, Mm I! It Hind, Ml
Molllolllml. KM Hustr-il. It I) Litlilluw.
J 11 l.ltt o, I. K Ia'P ami wife, Minn l.yle. V
A Mnctlnto.il. Ilr J I I'rliM !. Ml
Lillian Purl, (I N riNMirr nml wile. Mm J
Uiicrmnn, Ml9iTttinli'tim, Mm J V Olr
vln and 6 children.
KVN IIIV.M'lNCO MOIKX.
Arrival Juno I, Itrlj; J l Sprickvlx, '.'0
Jy (rum Kulmlul; June 2, b n Auutra-
i . uuuvn vi in in mm; ju'c o. ok n
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Alien, .. uiivh iroi
iclir Ocfnnlu Yiinco,
'."J tin vii (n
Itlilict, J'i-diiyB (rom Honolulu; rclioouiir
Helen N Kliuhall, l'liluynlrom Mnliukonii; ,
Juno 7, H f MnrliMjia, U tiny 'M lioiirn;
bktno b N (.'untie, '-'1 iliiyn, Ixnli (rom Hone
lulu. Dopnrturi'n Juno .1, olir Allre I'mikc,
Honolulu; June I. likluo t'lnm V Crocker.
Illlo: June. ft. IiHk l.urllnc, Hllu; Itlstiio W
H Dlinonil, Honolulu.
It is understood Col. J. II. Sopor,
cotnmaudor of tho forces, has re
signed Hint position.
Two prominent society miu had a
"spat" at n card party th other
ovouing. No blood spilled.
('. Bolto returned from the Const
today by tho Australia. Mrs. Bolto
remained in San Francisco.
Tho EHto loo Cream Parlor will
bo open to morrow to the delight of
nil hungry and thirsty people.
Knsign and Mrs. II. K. Parmenter,
U. S. N., aro visiting Admiral Cal
houn, L. S. N'., in Washington, D. C.
(3o to the Bvunr Saloon for oys
ters iu any style, the usual supply
having come on ice by tlu Austra
lia. Captain Penhallow of lheehoon
or Alice Cooke favored the Hitlutin
with ban I'raucisco papers ye-tor-tlay.
Olaf Sorouson nrtived on tho
schooner Alice Cooke yesterday to
spend his school vacation with the
Harry Penhallow, son of Captain
Puuhallow of the schooner Alice
Cooke, came over from the Coast
with his parents yesterday
Members of I. O. (). F. and their
families wi 1 nicoiulilo in Harmon
hall at ') o'clock to-morrow after
noon for memorial exercises.
The Kamehamehns and Hnwaiis
play ball this afternoon. The Kn
meliameha school band will render
school music during the game.
Through tickets to all parts of
the United State are obtainable at
V. 0. Irwin ,V Cos ollice for the S.
S. Australia sailing next Saturday.
! Dr. Gilbert A. Foole died at
, Locklord, California, on May '-"., of
' heart trouble. Dr. Foot e left here
some time ago owing to ill health.
Uonr-Admiral J. G. Walker, V. S.
N., commander-in-chief of the Pa
cific Station, will be assigned to the
command of the Naval Academy in
Admiral John Irwin writes that
a national sub
scrintion for money to be used in
, the erection of a monument to Joan
I Tho Russian Government has ad
' vanced a scheme to organize a .low
i ish colouy in South Africa, in which
all tho Jewish (armors now in South
Russia will bo foo.usod.
Vienna, tho capital of Austria, has
' been visited by tho severest bail
! storm sinoo 1818. Three persons
wore killed, presumably by lightning.
It is ostitnated that 100,XH' windows
woro broken, and tho damage to
gardens was immense.
Gonoral John Howston has been
committed for trial in London for
having caused tho doath of Georgo
Burton by thrusting an umbrella
1 into his oye. Ho made a statement
sayiug ho was groany distracted
ovor tho seriousness of the matter.
Tho iniurv inflicted was purely acci
dental and without tho slightest in
' tontioti of producing any other re
i suit than self-defense.
A FULL SUPPLY
Headquarters for White Goods
San Francisco, Juno 9
I'crS. S. Autralla.;
Bill Dalton, outlaw, train robber,
bank robber and loader of the Long
view raid, was shot and killed, while
defying arrest with a revolver in his
hands, by Deputy Marshal Hart near
Elk, Indian Territory.
Dr. Stone, a British subject and a
prominent physician of Newport
Nows, Virginia, was tarred and
feathered for having issued a pam
phlet denouncing a shooting alfray.
It is reported that Dr. Stouo has ap
plied to tho British Embassador at
Washington for protection and in
Friends of tho Northwestern UnU
versityare indignant at an invitation waii TiituiATr.sr.ti between fiuntk and
to Governor Altgeld of Illinois to bo l enoland.
present at tho commencement oxer- ! -n tfa p , cham,n.r of Dem.
eises. llie luvuauou uiby uo nine , ltlll , Vt-.. n.,..r f,r.. Al.,.,.
-,.U.. .-.. .-..WHXWf WK---J .-.-... ...Q
asr. s. -A.OKS'
ouo fort Street, Honolulu.
Ami plenty mere on tin- way.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
drawn. Judgo O. H. Horton and
other prominent peoplo havot an
nounced that t hoy will not sit on
the same platform with tho Gov
ernor. Attorney-General Ellis of Michi
gan is on trial for forging election
returns, and the case looks bad
Wheat has jumped up (5 cents a
bushel on the Chicago market in ten
days. Oats went up ten couts In less
than a wee it
. .- "
; ria, attacked tho African poller ol
i Great Britain.
M. Hotaneiix, Minister of Foreign
A Hairs, said tho Auglo-Cougo Con-
! volition had ignored French rights,
nnd France had sent protests to
Loudon and Brussels. Meanwhile
'" I f.'mm.ia rur,.rla f l.u I r..il w nM mill mill
. . -" ,r ."" "" r ":"."-
void, i lie uovcrnuicui vas iioier
miued to uphold the claims of
France to territory which the con
Aii attempt by four men o hold t .
up a Santa Fo train at Gainesville, , ' , i. , ,
Texas, was foiletl by four officer. ! T m i. ie t.r.
f.... .1 l,ltl.. fr llvn ml,,. " .i-t'""" V"
gross of IS!K) gave her, and tho Gov
ernment had already despatched
py .iilinnt. U'ro
After a desporato battle for live min
utes ono robber was mortally wound
ed and tho others escaped. '
Tho cruiser San trntioisco has
gone back to Blueflolds.
Cnpt. Thomas of tho cruiser Ben- ,
niiigton gave ox-President Ezeta of
Salvador asylum on his ship. It is
feared that although his motives
were good tho captain's action may
invoke the United Slates in another
Ex Governor Rodney M. Prico of
New Jersey is dead iu the 7rlth year
of his ago. Ho assisted at the rais
ing of the American ling at Mon
terey, Cal., in 1810, nnd was a mem
ber of theCnnstitutionnl Convention
at the sumo place iu IHI'.K
The cruiser Minneapolis mndo
'21 To knots on her builder's trial trip,
and it is believed she will make 21
knots on the official trial trip.
Prof. W. I). Whitney tiled at Mv
Unveil on the Till inst. lie was editor-in-chief
of the Century Diction
ary ami one of America's greatest
The House Committee on Com
merce will submit a favorable re
port on Senator Morgan's Nicaragua
Canal bill with some modifications.
A report that tho revenue steamer
Bear has been lost is not confirmed
rooosed a motion ex-
nro'sini' that tho Govortimout would
force the observance of French
rights. Tho motion was unani
Sir Edward Groy in the British
HotiMi of Commons announced that
Germany hnd received full assur
ances iu regard to tho objections
which she had raised respecting the
The floods continuo in British
Columbia. Passengers and mails aro
jroing via San Francisco. Whenever
the waters subside tho Canadian
Pacific Railway will put WK) men to
work on reconstruction. Tho com
pany is housing and feeding flood
bound passengers iu tho mountains.
It is estimated damages will run
into millions. The flood waters of
the Columbia river have also done
great damage in Oregon.
A skirmish in which three men
were killed and fire wounded took
place iu the streets of La Libortad,
Salvndor, between the followers of
two claimants to the post of com
I General Ezeta, ox-President, has
fled from Salvador. At Panama he
said his downfall had boon caused
Office & Warehouse :
Corner Quuen and Ntutanu
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
At the Beaver Saloon,
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices i
NAINHdOKH In I'lnlti, trlpol, Check nml Pltiti.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. OUADR9 AND I'ltll'KH.
HIMITIKS In titrlpot, Clieoks. I'lnlds ami Hnlr l.ltir.
INDIA LINONS. BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND ECRU
IMMRN'HR VAKIKTY OK
-AN KNW.KSH VAIMKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIKOIDKKY RDdlNOS in Swiss. Nainsook and llsmlmr In
All Wliltli nltli ltKcrtlliK to Mutch.
AU-orer Bmbroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Flonncei.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
H. J Nolto, Propriotor.
Summer Dress Goods
JtJkKtA n !'u wl.M"t tw,, week, in Waging, j he' SyTMll!!? X ' It is JJ tl' i"terferoco of Guate nalau
is' WW usyVchr Am'in lu'lnyV. all , K t do the bes ho can for u,u)ia a tnistrike has boon made iu ' W"- .
vahuul, am the nlir HoMfii .jliorc I tho benefit of these Islands which ,j, i.titv of the vessel that was . T''V Dominion Government will
(rom Honolulu; A. lUw l.k it V . he says he loves. ,", ,,,,,m,J shortly ask Parliament for a subsiCy
ON BI8 HUNDRED r TRIP.
Onptuln Houdlotte of tho 8. S. Aus
tralia Pmsontod with n 1'urso.
Harry Harmon, a native son, dived
seventy-six feet from a tower at Ala
meda, Cal. He turned two somer
saults iu his descent, and bruised
shins were his only injury.
A. de C. C.annvarro, Portuguese
Charge d'Aifaires, is registered at
the California Hotel, San Francisco,
i Undid not return on tho S. S. Aus
1 tralia. although he was booked.
' A complimentary concert wdl be
I tendered to Captain 11. C. lloiul
I lotto, of the S. S. Australia.nl the
lintel iy die r. ti. Hand tins even
ing, to siguali.e the captain's one
A deputation of tho business com
munity waited on Captain H. C.
Houdlotte tif the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s
steamer Australia this morning to i
present him with a testimonial of
the esteem of business men for him. ; Samuel AdeNteiu, the mnudilinist,
The deputation consisted of Messrs. , will extend his vacation trip ton
H. A. Widomaiin, J. F. Hnckfeld, F. j tour around the world, and alter
W. Mnofnrlatie, J B. Alhortou ami , leaving Japan he will visit China,
John Ena. Tho presentation wns Singapore, Java, ConIoii, India,
made by Judgo Widomann and the ; Egypt, the Holy Laud and Italy.
cereiiiuiiv ns luiuiuiui. v.mmui ,
Houdlotte was presented with a i I'raiieisco papers
Durso of $4500, this token being iu
" . -f c-r'.wLio t ... . i.:.. n..:.
The Ctinard steamer Uicania, " ?'"",-"' r ,m, iwni' .
which arrived at Queeiistowu from -ww, Soiitlininploii and QuulMe.
New York yesterday, lowered the I Maritime I 'rovinces people are fierce
liest record thirteen minutos and at n"i.n,,tI,n!!,1 ", IV"10, , , ,:
the same timo sailed seventeen miles ,. lljy " Government has noti-
lieu I lie Lroiiniiioii vioveruiii''iii iiim
it will continue to employ Chinese
! on tho fortifications at Esipilmnlt.
This information was iu reply to a
letter sent by the Dominion Govern-
, meiit at the request of Colonel Prior,
member for Victoria, submitting that
i then was plenty of white labor to
ho obtained iu the rroviuce.
There is no intention in Argentine
noirotiatiui: a new loan.
The British ship Habitaua. I7IU
tons, from Now York for Melbourne,
has boon burned iu tho Yarra Yarra
river, Australia. Her cargo was
lauded before the fire broke out.
A terrific hurricane has swept ovor
Cape Breton island, Canada, causing
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEWS
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
I more than any ol mo earner trips.
j Her time was hvo days, twelve hours
I ami liftv-eiglit minutes.
In tfio investigation of armor
I plate frauds at Washington disclos
j uros were uiado of serious defects iu
! the armor of the cruiser Monterey.
. There was one blow hole six inches
i in diameter, nnd another into which
i .. .. - ..... r.... r....
ii in- wu inn nun n-iTi.. , ,. ., , ill.
The Chicago Tribune prints a i 'f mimmhiiIiiik tho external debt or
; black lit of .Senators who voted for
A 1.80 I'UK
Frenoli KZici Slioo at $S.S5
In iiiin iitmitlty
lntK tit a ton
note the ar-
rival ol AiigiiM c. iiagKii tiion,
looking humble, in custody of Oil!
cer Bonnet t who arretted him at
Samoa, for having swindled the Ex-
recognition of his hundredth round
trip, as commander of the Australia.
k.it iviuiii luir nml Ann li'rniifUi.fi
It was at firbt iutouded to prosunt ?,,U.,K" Banking Company
tint L'nllnut eantniu with a conimo- ' H MWd.
dore flag of silk, but tho contribu
tions piled up so fast that they soou
got above what would be required
for that purpose. Thoreforo it was
deemed best to present the money
iittelf. Captain Houdletto is to be
congratulated, first, on having con
ducted his lino ship safely for one
huudred trips aggregating -ILUOaX)
miles without an accident or any
serious delay, and, secondly, for hat
ing so completely won the good
opinion of the merchants of llono-
llllll WHICH is eviuenri-ii in
testimonial herein mentioned.
There will bo au opportunity for
the general public, many of whom
have traveled with Captain Houd
lotte, to show their esteem for him
by attending the complimentary
baud concert in his honor at. the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening. The
Bulletin wishes Commodore Houd
lotte many years of happiness and
health, hoping Ihat when he rot ire
from the ocean wave ho may spend
at least part of his well-earned leis
ure iu this "Paradise of tho Pacific."
While iu Topeka lust March. E. T.
Barber, a prominent newspaper man
of La Cygue, Kau., was taken with
cholera morbus very severely. Tho
uight olork at th hotel where he
was stopping happened to have a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Clio
leraand Diarrho-a Remedy and gave
him three doses which relieved him
and he thinks saed his life. Eer
family t-lioitlcl keep lhi remedy in
theirhoiue at all limes. No one can
toll how soon it may ho needed. It
costs but a Irille and may bo tin
menus of saving much siitroriug ami
perhaps the life of some member of
tho family. U5 anil WI cent bottles
for salo by all denlors. Benson,
Smith A; Co.. Agents for the Hawai
The Hawaiian Amateur Athletic,
Club nt a UK'otiug ycMorday even-
iug appointed a oininiU.e to con- '
for with the Foiirlh of July Cum
mittoo iu regard to a proposition to
hate the spoils mi tiiu League
grounds, so that the club might be
enabled to outer. :
Henry A. Giles, champion bicyclist
of Hnuaii, was a passenger by the j
S. S. Australia to-day. Henry re
turns after Hpeudiiii? a short vaca-
ou tho ( uast. During his visit
he entered several liicvcle
race?, but, on account of his hold
ing tlie championship of Hawaii, ho
was put back several yards.
Captain King has a dog which is
famous for killing rats. S'estordav
a trap containing lo rodents wrc
Hilton to a vacant ruom, Captain
King's dog was secured and the rats
worn tunu'd out of tloi trap to fight
it out witli I he dog. Ho killed ilu-in
all iu los than ten minutes
Ihoir ! li.iii
what is called the ''compromise
sugar schedule, which "compromise
with tho sugar trust on the basis of
:0.tHKMHH) down nnd a yearly tri
bute of from $8,nOO,(HHi to $!UMK)..
Tho presence of troops iu the coal
milling districts of diflorout States
U having au excellent elTect. Strik
ing miners are still active iu warlike
movements, however, at various
Fifteen of the Denver contingent
l of Industrials were drowned iu
' Platte river. Boats were overturned
, iu the swollen river by coming iu
I con t net wilh wires stretched under
I a bridge to keep stock from passing
1 at low water.
IHSAsTlMI I'ltOM FLOOD ANO WINII.
Portland, Oregon, is partly nudor
water from the Columbia river
tioshit. Business is being conduct
'il n; ixiaih in tno streets, i uoro is
eight ami a half foot of water iu the
Lmalilia lloie-e at the uallos, wiiere
some buildings have been swept
away. It will take $2,000,000 to re
pair" tho Union Pacific Railway for
100 miles east from Portland. An
other t'I,0()0,0(K) is lost in docks,
A cyclone in Grant county, Ore
gon, dealt death and destruction iu
its path. At Canyon City eight
buildings were destroyed. An aged
couple named Pnrrish were killed,
also a little daughter of Dr. Nichols.
('. II. Loo's liou-o was destroyed and
Mrs. L-n had In-r arm shattered and
nearly wrenched off.
Tho main street at Bonner's Ferry,
Idalm. is under water from live to
ten feet. Boiiuersport, where are
the husino.s houses, is deserted. Tho
log jail llontod away and lodged in
it is not Known wiioi nor
coiisHioranio damage to snipping.
An inspection of the Mortgage
Bank of Buenos Ayres is said to
show au embezzlement of several
million of dollars iu currency by a
The Government troops iu Rio
Grande do Sul, Bra7.il, aro making
headway against tho insurgents.
Edward P. Wilson and James W.
Florence, otlicors of Wilson, Sons V
Co. lime been arrested at Rio
Janeiro, it is believed iu connection
with the firm's supplying of Austra
liau mutton to Bra.iliau insurgents.
"Black death," a plague that has
been fronting havoc at Canton,
made its appearance at Hongkong
about May 10 and spread rapidly.
Iu a few days tho victims numbered
fifty daily, and GO percent of those
seized died in IK hours. It is said
the disease has roached Jaan
Alice K. A.ers got a ordioi for
i2'AM damages against Win. Mahuka
for broach of promise of marriage.
I Ink nrikit lifin ltititii I riiul iiiiim in !!'
OH Vit.7' llllll HH'II II l"V win j in mi- . ,
....i.. i i .i i ..i I the trees,
iiiiiiiiii nun iiieu Willie mis i-nmigoii i . .... i. . W......I ....
ii- iirikiiuiirk uiiiii iiii. iimir nun
HIM iiiii;wii"i- """ ...... .............
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Niiuauu street. Lodging by
day, weuk or mouth Terms: 'Jo and
WicouU iei night i (1 and S.2i per
to Laliaiua, where 100 damuges
was secured, hut plaint til moved for i
a new trial, winch wa- gnanted.
hence (lie 1 1 ial at Waiiuku wilh the
While at IVokskill, N Y Mr. J.
A Seriveu. a prominent umuufnt--turer
of Now S'l.rli Cm . piiiojueoil
U buttle .if t li'tllllterlillil'.. t'nllgll
ll'ellieiU. Sliell guild results were
olitniued from its use that he soul
back to the diuggist from whom lie
had obtained it for two more bottles
of the same remedy When you
liae a coiigli nr oold gio this pie
iaraliuii a trial and like Mr. .Semen
ou will want it when again iu need
of such a iiiodiciuo. Iiisa lomedy
of groat worth and merit, li.'i and
r.Ooonl bottles formal1 b) all dealers
ISeiihon. Slllilll ( o., Agellts for the
suller incalculable loss, and all tho
crops are a dead loss.
Disn-t rous 11 1 mi Is are reported iu
There is a Cabinet crisis in Hun
Dr llalTkyne, from Pasteur s
labnraiorv in Paris, imiculaled for
eholora 1 17 out of '.M0 persons oo
I cupying a group of huts at Calcutta.
Sooii after he had completed tho
I work the disease broke out in tho
I place ami out of ten attacked seven
died. All I he oases occurred among
those who had not been inoculated
wilh the preventive
lit tho I h noa di Itoma trial in
1 Itouio it came out that Siguor Gio
I Inti, I he former Premier, received
I uiiiiiey to be used in lulluouciug
I have two little grand children
who are teething this hot HUiumer
weather ami are troubled with bowel
complaint. 1 give them Cliamlor
laiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho-a
Remedy ami it acts like a charm. I
earnestly recommend it for children
with bowel troubles, I was myself
taken with a severe attack of bloody
11 u x, with cramps and pains iu my
stomach, one-third of a bottle of
this remedy cured mo, Within
twenty four hours 1 was out of bed
ami doing my house work. Mas. W.
L. Di naiiav, Bou-afpin, Hickman Co,,
'I'e nn. For salo by all dealers, lieu
son, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
Krem nut- lit? te ill) iinutU
In l-IU li-ntlei nml Hmsi-.l or Split
from h Iiiik to an) inutility Hln
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Bitweio AUkei and Richards SrraiU.
pi(K UMIKKHIONEI) AUK I'UK-
pitrcil to timke nil kimls til Iron,
Urus, Uroiiif, Zinc, Tin hih! Ia-hiI t.'nl
hiKs. Ainu m (Inntirut Itiimlr hlmii (or
Hleum Knglnes. Itl't- Mills. Corn Mllln,
Water Wliieln. WIikI MllU.ftu. Machine
(or tlit Olfunlnc. el (Villec, t'uitur OIU.
Ilesim, Itmule, Hloul, I'luruuplu I-hv.-s hiiiI
other Klliruus l'lsnts unit l'H;r Block
AUo Mucliltius (or KxtmcAltii; Kmn-li (roin
tlit- Manioc, Arrow lUxit, etc.
M All onlerr preiiiitly aU-iMiM u,
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
I. O. O. F.
I luiw hffii iiihtriK'tcd by Mr. .1. M. k Sa k Silva,
pioprii'tor of the Hawaiian iJapanksk Haaau, lintel Htreut,
tn hcII his tek of .JAPAN HSU GOODS. Also, h bio; uk
Kortmwit or JAPANESE PAPEU NAPKINS will bo Hold
U Nl'UANU STREET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
- NKW sroi'K Or
Just ftuceived !
Goods. Lawns, Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
IhIki- No I.
I nml tni'lr
rpilh MKMUIMtK iK
X ll.;t o :i. r.xi'i'l lor
I'llI'lllC Kl'lll'lvllll I.MlllTH Nil,
(iiiullks nrt- litrcli miiieti.il to leomuliln
III Huriliell.V Hull. k'HK stlft-l SMlA,
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