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FRIDAY, JULY 27, 18SH
Fmdat, July 'J7.
Blmr V O Hull from Hawaii and Maul
Btmr Walalunle from Haraakua
Oarjroea from Ialand Porta
8tmr Valalal 3370 bags sugar, .13 blN
bides, 2 Wis tallow.
From llaniakua, per Mmr Walaleale,
July 27-.Mrs H M Unuld, Mrs S H Davis,
nil 10 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, perrtmr WO
Hall. July 27-Mrn J V McOuIrr, Miss
Uattle McQuIre, Mitt Maggie Doherty,
Mia A lire K Ater, Ml Hosltia K Ayera,
Maitcr Willie A)crt. Mrn W V Hoy, Mrs
Kannle Stevens, H Haiti, D 1! Kahaulello,
J Kaeletnakule, T 1 Harris, K A Kraer, ti
Knuhane. Col 8 Xorrl. Mrs Mike Murrey,
MaKter W llarruy, Ho Young, An and
wife, Charlie Smith, Mrs J Mclx-an and
on, and (J I deck.
AN XMFEHOR'0 BIRTHDAY.
Open Houu at the Chinese United
This being tho birthday of Kong
sui, kraporor of (Jtrina, a reception
meets this overling.
I The public band plavpd till 1 p. m.
nl the Chinese Club House reception.
J. E. Bush replied to the Holomua
in English in the Ka Leo this tnorn-toK-
Queen's Hospital trustees will hold j ciety, King street. Goo Kiui, Chi
a special meoting at 10:30 to-mor-' nese commercial agent and president
row. of tho society named, received tho
mi n ;.i7 . " !. I visitors, assisted by Wone Kwni, as-
i ?l?iJ,"fVi."i "- .'"? sistant commercial agent. Chang
i Kim, secretary, and Wour Wah Foy,
treasurer of the society, with Ho
OEOROE X. NORTON DEAD.
He Was a Popular Member of the I
Volunteer Fire Department.
Oconto Knnaina Norton, a poou-1
lar young man, died at 3 o clock this
Saved My Wife's Life
Headquarters for Wbite Goods
ness community was held at the
rooms of the United Chinese So-
the proclamation of the day of elec
A young gentleman from Ceylon, j Fon, editor of tho Chinese News,
with various accomplishments, wants were the srontlemanlv ushers. An
a situation. elegant collation was served and
champagne flowed to the health of
the Emperor, with many happy re
turns wished the representatives of
his empire. Among the callers
A. S. Willis, United States Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Pleni
potentiary; Ellis Mills, Consul Gen
eral, and W. Porter Boyd, Deputy
Consul General of the United
Slntua- .1. IT. Wruluhniiaa fitilatnr
Mr. Morgan's horse sale, to have Ufsldent of Groat Britain; F. A.
achaeier, Consul of Italy and Dean
i of Consular Corps; J. F. Hackfeld,
John Hapa was committed for
trial yesterday on a charge of high
Hawkins & Bruce, socond-hand
donlers, call for various articles in a
Win. Watizt-u,n well-known skilful
mechanic, advertises for a partnor
in oil veneering.
boon held to-morrow, is postponed
until further notice
to public functionaries and the busi-1 morning of partial paralysis. He
attained tue tuiriy intra year oi nis
age. in January last. The deceased
was tor a long time foreman oi me
Hook & Ladder Company t and was
promoted from that position to be
first assistant engineer of the Hono
lulu Fire Department, at the annual t
election under the volunteer system. '
At the close of his term his com- t
pany again chose him for foreman, ,
and he presented the company with ,
the nucleus of a library. He passed I
away peacefully. He leaves, besides
his wife and father, two sisters
Mrs. C. B. Dwlirht and Mrs. French.
Ho was until two weeks ago in the !
Hospital, and oue of bis employers,
It. Lowers, of Lowers & Cooke, who
took a great deal of interest in Mr.
Norton, offered to defray his ex
penses for a trip abrosd. The fun
eral takes placo at 51:30 o'clock this
afternoon from Mr. Dwight's houso
to Kawaiahao cemetery.
1ST. S. SACHS'
TO CLEAR THX WAT.
Preliminary Work for Extension of
the Oahu Railway.
Actually no work has as yet been
started on the proposed oxtensiou of
the O. R. & L. Co.'-, lino to Kahtiku.
The company in conjunction with
Mr. Peek decided to lot out tho
work of clearing tho road to con
tract. Four or five bids wero mado
but they were at such unreasonable
figures that the contract has not
been awarded. Mr. Dillingham says
that people here hardly know how
to figure on work. There was only
one man who madu any sort of a
reasonable figure and that was a
Chinaman named lug Choug. He
will probably get the contract. Tho
work will consist of uprooting and
cutting down lantaua and mimosa
shrubs. When the lino has been
cleared Mr. Feok will begin the
actual gradlug and laying of the
track. Ho has employed experts on
tho Coast for tho different depart
ments, such as bridge building,
gradlug, etc. These men, who are
expected snort ly to arrive, will
superintend the work in the differ
ent departments whilo the labor will
lio employed hero. Mr. Feok has
the tuitirw charge of tho work and
tho railway company has nothiug to
do with it. When completed the
road will Iw turned over to the com
pany and accepted, if satisfactory.
Mr. Uilliugham's energy is highly
commendable and ho will have well
earned the ultimate succoss of his
WEST AND THE HAOXKAN.
There Seems to Have Been Too Much
Tamper on Both Stat.
Gideon West, tho carriage builder,
who was assaulted by a Chint-so
hackman, is all right again. Le
Tong is the nanto of the hackman.
He states that West was tho aggress
or, having, when carried away In the
heat of passion, assaulted him. He
admits the assault by himself. Le
Tong has had business transactions
with West for some time, and at
present is driving in a hack hired
from West. His owu vuhiulo was in
Wests shop to bo repaired. Lo
Toug owed the carriage builder $75
and on Wednesday went to him with
&V1. Ho asked if West would take
tho money and lot him take out his
hack, ami ho would pay the balance
by aud-by. When West had put
Homo of tho money in his pocket
he told the hackmati that ho would
have to pay the wholo amount be
fore ho could get his back. Tong
made a crab for the money, wbou
West called him a dirty uamu and
struck him over the eye. In the
heat of passion he assaulted West.
Le Tong, according to all accouuts,
is a respectable Chinaman, and is
the only one of his countrymen who
boards his animals at a white uiauV
stables aud gives his work to white
SENTENCED AND COMMITTED.
Walohlnu Agricultural and Gra onu XnHLliv
as Sow81 Mn MoU88r' 82 Sri! lco?J S fr &t.?k, f.
rat s office to-morrow. M Sw VJce Congu', of
Tho Maunerohoer Harmony Club Great Britain: A. F. Judd. Chancel
will rehearse to-morrow evening in ' lor and Chiof Justice; W. A. Whit
tho Pacific Saloon hall. ' jng and H. E. Cooper, Judges of tho
The steamer J. A. Cummins left Circuit Court; F. M. Hatch, Minis-
forWalmaualo this morning. Ad- ter of 1-orolgn Affairs; W. I. Alien.
mlral Walker was a passengeF. I mr Advisory Council; Key. F.
. . W. Damon, superintendent Chinese
Theo. H. Davies & Co. are dis- i mission; P. Neumann. G. P. Castle,
tributing handsomo books of Can- Jas. G. Spencor, W. H. Rickard, P.
adiau Pacific Railway sconory aud M Rooney, G. E. Boardmau, G. Car
tours, son Konyon, J. U. Soper, J. W.
M. n:nt...T7...'n i..TI.,i,i tUm Robertson, J. A. Magoou,W. Foster,
r. Dillingham lias handed the r i.i.. n n.. T V r i..
Buuxris tho fourth annual report i V' ?' ' "." 'J' , ,,jr' .. , ,'
d Laud ' rii....,i rt in,'...'u.u.. ...'. i.
wiuilll, Jbr. UUfU ut-muuo UiflllJ nuu
of the Oahu
The Crescent baeball club having
wMulrawu from thu League, there
will bo no gatno at tho League
A boat wai stove in by the Cham
pion's launch at the boat lauding to
day. Carpontors from tho gunboat
will remedy the injury.
J. E. Bush will issue an English
edition of tho Ka Leo on Monday
morning. It will be issued every
Br the barkoutino Irmgard tho
had called before this list was lakon
aud left no cards.
The Government tendered the use
of the band, which, under Prof. Bor
ger's leadership, played on thu bal
cony during the reception.
ANOTHXR PAPER OHABE.
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic Club
The memlwrs of tho Honolulu
Amatour Athletic Club start out for
their paper chase to-morrow after-
California Food Co. has received i noin ' "IM rn.e t lii?
freidi hay and grain. Make your ' n rorisiroei aimouoci ock . ine
horse glad by getting it somo. , a"h w , at the same place and
mil fiiuwauij tnj nb i ipviuvbi a iiiiuo
James Quinn is not tho only voter
at the Constitutional Convuutiou
election who has been refusod a
certificate of special citizenship.
Cupid and James Spencer will bo
tho hares, aud Willlo Prestidgo will
captain the hounds. The hares will
only be givon four minutes start this
time, so that in all probability an
interesting and close chao will be
Burial of the LaU Ohas Turner.
Tho funeral of the late Charles
Turner took placo at 5 o'clock yes
terday aftornoou from the residence
ui u, l. aiuouuu, muff bui-uv. m.uv
mauy friends and acquaintances of
thu well-known tenor were present,
aud the floral tributes were beautiful
aud profuse. The body was encased
in a very handsome casket, which
was placed in tho middle of the
room. The services at tho house'
were opened with tho hymn, "Jesus
Lover of My Soul." sung by the
choir of Ceutral Union Church
Mrs. A. F. Judd, Mrs. J. H. Paly, H.
F. Wichman, 0. M. Cooke and J. T.
Watorhouse, Jr. Wray Taylor ae
companyitig on tho plauo. Rov. Mr.
Penrose offered prayer, after which
Rev. H. Bingham road n few passages
aud eulogized the deceased. "Thy
will be done," was sung and the re
mains were borne by police officers
in full uniform, in command of
Lleuteuaut Holi, to the hearro. Tho
interment wan at Kawaiahao Ceme-1
iorj in mo .uissionnnue pint, iuo
band played two hymns at tho grave, ,
ami alter prayer ny nor. u. uing
ham tho body of the famous vocalist
was consigned to its last retting
John W Jone
"Of ray ewn free wilt and accord, unbiased by
anyone, and wishing only to do good to the j
afflicted, I wish te tell of the good qualities of
Hood's Bsrwpsrllla and Hood's rills. I think
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Cheeks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OKADK9 AND JWICBH.
DIMITIES In Striped, Checks, Plaids aud Hair Um
INDIA LfNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES
OOTTON MULLS FN WHITE, CREAM AND ri'KU
IMMENSE VAKIKTY OK
AN BNDI.KH8 VAHlKTY OF
irenomed clnei enual to them, and hate I .
Uielr merit ty eipstlence In my own T flTSO
My wife, luchel, has been sMIcted l.lll f m
eakneis. iierromness. and salt rhsum. I IjniJlllJ
all that I hnit of this world's aoods i "
for doctor's bills and tnedlclne until we decided
to by Hood's Sarsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wife From the Crave. ,
The salt rheum has entirely healod and she is
mtered te henlth. t hire many
friends and relatives lu the east ho wiU be .
Clad to know that
KMHKOIDKKY EDOINUB tn Bwlss, Nainsook n) Hamhnri
All Width wltb inserting tn Match.
Allfrrer BabrsUstr, Eabroiisry Flonices ul Dsal Flimawsa
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
list cured my
Jotm Vf. Joxks.
Hood's Pills rtht vii ifiriior rut,
MU 4 (Ilea, care htJUt. Trj a boa. tie.
UOimON, NEWMAN A CO.,
ARents for Hawaiian islands
place. The nail bearers wore J. H.
l'aty, F. J. Lowrej, Houri Derger, i
ay lay lor, Ueorge v, uattie ana .
The Goal Trad.
Today being the birthday of
Koug aui, bmiteror oi wmia, tne . witDon-d. Anybody wishing to take
Hags tjver the Clovernmont building ,,art jB coraiiry invited to do so.
uuii iiiuuiuih si iinuiiiiiis iu uiii.
McChesii"y and Itawlins may have
trouble over their soap deal, but
orery thing is serene at N. Ureham's.
Ho still continues to do business at
his old stand ou Bethel street, aud
has niinnirh aoft aoan on hand lo
J. F. Morgan will sell barrels aud ' wash the entire V, O. off the island.
half barrels of salmon, pickled liali
The Marshal is issuing miineto
grath circulars lo members of thu
citizens' guard requiring them to
give thu numbers of tho nflus they
Mr. Geo. E Boardinan in author
7.d i-nllwliir fur Hollisler At Co
Per BarkeDtlB " Irmgard "
Arthur White Is Finvd for One Of
fense and Held for Another.
The trouble which arose from thu
baseball scandal was uartially set
tled iu the District Court this morn
ing. There was a goodly attendance
present iu the courtroom, but they
were doomed to disappointment as
fur as heariug any further develop
ments in evitleuce was concerned.
Paul Neumann, who auueared for
defendant, asked for a dit-ehnrtrc
The motiou was overruled. Arthur
White was sentenced to pay a Cue
of &U ou the charge of asitault aud
battery, and was committed for trial
on thu charge of assault with a
deadly wenpou. Dail was fixed at
It i's probably that Willie Wilder
will be arrested as an accomplice iu
the assault ou George Wood. His
evidence iu Court yesterday was not
the same as bo gave the authorities
iu a previous examination.
The Volcano Excursion.
Considerable couimeut has bcuu
created in the city by the auuotiuce
meut that Frank L. Hoogs was
organizing an excursion to the Vol
cnuo to leave on next Friday. Peo
ple realize that thu present activity
is not likely to coutinue, aud that
this may lie the last chauce to get a
favorable view of this graud sight.
Mr. Hoogs otTers special induce
ments to those who take advantage
of his offer, although thu price of
the trip is the same as usual. The
tourists will be absent from tlouo
lulu but eight days, which, although
but u comparatively short time, is
loug uiiough to see thu wonders of
Hawaii's most glorious sput,
J. W. Chapman caters for Man
itiets, Socials, Private Dinner Par
ties, Wedding or Gardeu Parties,
etc. Ho will be pleased to call upou
any ladies or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through the
but, codfish, California cod, oliuhaiis,
etc., at his salesroom at 10 o'clock
There wfll be a grand concert to-, JUST AlllllVKI)
morrow week at the Hawaiinu Ho
tel, the occasion hciuu t he natal jubi
lee of, ami thu ftOOili concert given
by Pi of. Burger.
Mr. Bradford, ex-Chronicle corres
pondent, states that A. Johustonu
of the Star is the Chronicle corres
pondent aud S. E. Bishop United IT A "XT
Press correspondent from Honolulu. , JH J Y
"Oceanica" had a good rehearsal
last eveuiiig and everything bids I
well for a first-class entertainment.
Professor Bcrgor has guueroiisly
tendered bin services and will con
duct thu music.
The Hawaii Baxeball Lagtio. at a
meeting this afternoon, accepted the
resignation of the Crescent club.
The matter of finishing tho season
was left to the captains of the Ha
waii aud Kamehamehas to decide.
President W. F. Allen made the sug
gest ion that thu remaining teams be
divided aud they finish the seasou.
This will come up at next meetiug.
There were two departures from
Newcastle, N. S. V., for this port
during tho first week of the present
month, viz.: British bark Oimora
with 1010 tons, aud the American
barkeutiuo John Smith with 81KI
tons. Thu following vessels have
leou chartered to load at the above
port for Honolulu: British barks
lloyal Tar and Glanivor; Hawaiian
bark Manna Ala; American bark
Elsinore aud 4-masted schooner W.
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
J. J. SCAN
614 Fort Street.
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
A 10 THK
Fronoli Kid Slioe at $2.25.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Comer Queen & Nauauu Bit.
Various Matters Heard at Circuit
Partnsr Wanted in Oil Veneering.
Work to order. Would like to K6tn
farmer in inn Damness, to luriusii ma
chinery ami, If ilti' In Me, learn the tmi
iichi. llnvi water Miwer. Paui us of tlii
wn'k mi be seun a tliH Hiili.ktiN (Mflce
1U"I tin WIM.IAM MAN.KN.
J. J. Sullivan by his attorney, V.
A. Kiuuuy, has filed a motion to set
a day for hearing of J. V. Bowler vs.
E. C. Macfarlanu aud others, the
loiiKftaudiiiK Elolo newspaper case.
Judge Cooper has Krautcd thu
put it ion of A. Marques, administra
tor of the estate of Antonio Mou
teiro, for permission to sell real
estate, and appointed Henry Smith
as commissioner to effect thu sale.
A. F. Judd ami W. F. Allen, ad
iniuistrntors of the estnte of thu
late S. 0. Wilder, have filed uti in- lf AWAIIAN COUNCII.. NO. (W,
veutory of the eHtnto. the total I J. Amirlran UikIoii of Honnr. ini'ots
vnluatfou is $.")IM),!17. , T1IIB (l-'rlilay) KVhSI.Nll t VtSOo'eleok,
Juul'o (.;ooner nuani motion oi """""f """.v,"r!."'su.'
AVtlUStl 0KVI.0S (1KSTI.KMAN,
recently arrivcil In town, ilusire em
ployment. Klrst-ulaxs ituok-keeer, with
(on i jears (ixpurli-in'e Initio Jounmll-tlc
l.iiui; tliiiroiiKlilyaoiiilntnil with Oriental
Inulti. AUilress "Hook-keeper," rare ol
thU Otllte. IWI-lw
I MEETINO NOTICE.
ulaitititTs in lruun Brown et al. vs. C.
A. Brown, for attorneys to display
authorization for Mrs. Brown's dis
continuance, and as to form of de
urcc. He declined to sigu decree ,
for five days from to-day, at which
time he would sign it if Mrs. Brown
made no appoarauce. Tho decree iu
question would rotire Mrs. Brown
from the case. Carter & Carter and
V. A. Kinney for plaintilfsj F. M.
Hatch and J. A Mitjfoon for defend
I u the divorce case of Lizzie S.
Bradford vs. C. S. Bradford, a mo
tiou for defendant to show cause
why he should not be held iu con
tempt of court, for failure to pill up
motley for coil c, win heard by JiiiIk"
Cooper. Defendant testified ho was
out of work, had to borrow money
for livitiK expeii'i'S, owed hills iu
town, ntiil was unable physically to
work at his trade of type-set UNir
The Court held that, unless libel
lant could point out some resource
of respondent, It would be compelled
to siispeud the rule aud abate the
order for tho present. V V, Ash
ford for plaiutlll; Kiuuuy for do-Itadaut.
J. K. KUKAUOT,
1 HtookholilfirHol thu WaI
MBKTINO OF THK
rin.iniui, and ()K.IMi l'o.,(l.iiiilteli, will
Imi helil tit tlio Ollhu nf Mr J. M. Monnar
rut, Merchuutbtreui, Honolulu, on bATU II
1).Y, ibe'Jtlliof July, lh'l.
0. V. I.UJKKA,
l(Pis-'Jt '..lt Berrotary W. A. & I). Co.
1 HI'KCIAI. MRKTINU OK THK
t Hiianl of TriikU'im nf the tJi'K.KN
Himi'iTAi. Mill Im linlil at the lt"oni of I he
t'liiimiior ol CoiiuiHTre on BATU III) AY,
the aili ilav of July, ut lOsW o'olock a u
V. A. Hl'IIAKKKK,
biuret n r.
Iloiiolulii. Julv 'y, noil. liJ-:ii
nnyB ' is goiiig to uo Homi
more sa) ing. Jimt ru.ul tin hi
iriciH and c inpaiti tluin with
otlur iidvirtiHcnii'iitH of a liku
nature. 'Tin uhcIuh ftir uh
to declare every day a Clear
ance Sale. You know U tter.
No houBu can sell iroodn at a
Iobb continually. You, how
ever, will not give uh the hints
by buying every piece oFgoodH
in our atoie at thu prices we
intend to quote you. I have
(JinghaniH (no need to tell
you they are not shoddy ; you
know it), 1!) yards for SI.
You don't have to come any
enpeeiul day to buy our Col
ored A 11-wool Dress Goods.
You have always paid 75c.
for these goods, never less
than ftOc. We are now Bell
ing them at 45c. and the
more you buy the better. I
must have room for my
new fall stock. We have a
full line of Scotch Ginghams.
Those goods have been sell
ing iu Honolulu at 25c. ; go
ing and most all gone at my
place for 10c. Our Victoria
Lawns, which are of the very
lii est quality (these are the
best value ever off. red). 10
yards for 50c. You will find
nothing but cold fact in this
column, but it is to your ad
vantage to buy irom mer
chants who give the most
goods for the least money.
I am offering my White
Lawns aud Munl'in at 10c ,
French Sateens, foimer price
50c, going at 25c, and my
Figured Mviss Muslin at the
same figure. And your boys,
the pride ol their mother s
j heart, no e.euo for their be
i ing shabby after reading these
! piiee-. Suit1 $10 reduced to
tSI.50; SO Suits for 2.rtO;
i $!) 50 Suits for I; iu-t think
KwongSingLoy! SING LOY,
(07 flu, St., "TDomu Block.'
51-58 King SI., mt liooitfi St.
.1.. J. I.KVBY,
1). M. OltOWI.KV.
SATURDAY, JULY 28th,
Flrxt iirtnonUtlon in Dramatic form ol
the IlilerentlliK iliuiilntn coliiiuuletl wltb
tb1 illi;overy of tli Hundwleli IkIuiiiIh by
Captain JamoH Cook, It. N , ami the death
of that DIstlliKuWhed NavlKntor.
IV Carefully drawn from reliable Uh
walian anil Korean AuthorltluH hy J) M
CKOWI.hY, Auibor ol "Tlio WuoIiik of
KotQll Tl&. 3311 P. 0. Boi 207. $ Hatoal Tele. 685. P. 0. Boi 107.
0hiii4K, .Ijtpimosu ami Iniliuii (iolhl
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Hattau Chairs, Etc., Km.
KSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English aud
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAhHMKIIKH, l.lNKNh, I.AWNB, MUHI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunk, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc.. Eu-.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street
(II NUUANU STREET
M KKUllAiNT TAl LOK.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED
NKW STOCK OK
A Itoniantlc llUtorloal Drama In Four
Act. Characters by Tulimted Aiim'oiirn.
FTtOM U UP
Q-oodH, LawuB, Etc,
Just tu oivol !
IIOX PLAN now orn at lvry'p.
Geut's Furnishings of Every Desoriptiou
Btix Tei.. IkSl.
Mutual Tel. WI7.
I'iS .V 130 KOUT Hl'HERT
DI.I.Hinl (llttwre Wanti'dt I U1IIIIS IIIU
I'lodkn. Watiilir anil Jowi'lrv WiwiUmII i!,,,!,.,,! nti
ih.iIaI.I ...,l kll, U'.i.iull I llllllll W ""
tr Hl.bMt Priofi Pal J I jftl
IU Klui Mtntt, Coruir Alak.
as our siock is as i
it is line, an early
call will be to your advantage.
Yours for business,
J. J. Euan.
BaltaTig, Triaultig, Painting, Cto ,
l'roiiii'ly Alti'iiMi'il in.
Temple of Fashion
610 ffort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga Auortmaol ol Lidlti1 and Cblldran'a Bhoaa.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
I.nrtfu lino of Wonli'tin nl 2Tto. FlAtiiinlotti'a, 10 yanU for It.fH)
Hrnwa ami W'liito Cottnim, from H to lit) yunla. II.(M) ti.ir niin'o.
AitionltKAi: UiiiKlintii. 12 vanla fur f I.IH1. CIkiiIh' nml l.tnllH' HittliiiiK Suit
i Silkn, Satins, SorsnH, Lnwua suit l)un UmxU of nvory ilianrl)tlon
W. W. WKKJUT. Vitor.
(.Huuvaiior to 0, Wil.)
2d. O. SILVA., Proprietor,
D.iily lJullptia 50 CoutH por Month,
tan . .