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MONDAY, JULY 80, 1894
8ATDRDAT, July 28.
Btmr Iwalanl from Katml
SCHDAT. July 29.
Btmr Mlkftlinla from Kauai
Htmr eiaadine from Maul
Momday, July 30.
Btmr Kanla for Watnnae, Walalua and
Mnkuleia a 0 a m
8tmr Walmnnalo for YValanae, Mokulcia,
Walalua at VI m
Htmt Mokolll fur Molnkal and Lanal
Htmr Hawaii fur Hawaii
aaols tienvlnf? To-morrow,
Btmr V G Hall fnr Maul and Hawaii at 10
Htmr Olandlne for ports on Monl at ft p m
Btmr Mikabala for Kaon I at 6 p in
Onrgoea from Ialand Porta.
Btmr Iwalanl 4700 bag ot supar.
Bjmr Claudlne Utrt bags sagar, I0I haes
rorn,23l hags potatoes, 6J head rattle,
1 horso,67 hog fill fret koa lumber,
7ft pkgs sundries.
Btmr Mtkaliala 1107 bags of sugar. OH
bags of paddy, 00 bags of rice, 21 head
of rattle, 37 bundle of hides and SO
LOCAL AND GXVXBAX JfBWS
There wore several picnic parties
Tho public band plays at Emma
square tuts evening.
A bouse and lot on Nuuauu street
oro for enlo or to let,
There will be a social and dance
at Waikikl this ovoninK-
To-day, Julv 80, is the anniver
sary of tho Wilcox revolution of
Lodcro Lo Progres will meet to
night in tho K. of P. hall on Fort
The S. S. Monowal will bring the
next news from the Coat. Sho will
bo due on Thursday.
Sam Dowsott was about town to
day with his right arm, recently
broken by a fall from a mule, iu a
Tho Hawaiian National band will
givo a concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel tomorrow ovoulug. Look
IT WAS A rAILTJBK.
DESERTION OF A CABIN BOT.
From Kauai, pur Btmr Iwalanl, July M
Or Anderson and 14 deck.
From Kauai. Mr stmr Mtkaliala. Julr 2!)
-II Morrl-on. II U Austin. II Schmidt.
Mls Mav Weir, Miss Little Giimoy, JuHet
Bmlth, Mrs McOowan, Ml-s tihapln, Miis
Uullart, .3 it Nakajo and 41 deck.
From Maul, per simr Olaudlne, July 20
Olt Wight, U I) Oilman and wife, Miss
Crotler, MUs A Ilaslorth, II K Kalwiaca
and wife. Misses Snow 12 , Miss Ida Mutt
Huiltli, Mls Bcromb, Thos Murray, Miss
Nahlwa, J 1' Saunders and wife, J Kalama,
Miss U Akani, Miss K Annua, J 1' Svlra,
Awana, M O Itoss and 3 children, V 8
Hlms, 0 W Ashfnrd, A I' Jones, MrsO W
Ml es and child, Mrs Uugo, L A Alidruws,
W H Cornwall and 21 deck.
For 8n Francisco, per schr Aloha, July
The sohnoner Aloha, faptain Pnhel, sail
ed on Saturday for Han Francisco with tho
fallowing cargo: 7355 hags suitar, II Hack
tfld.tl'o j MW bag sugar, M.H Urlnbaum
iVvo:joik contra, it. iiacKlrui A to
Domestic rolue. l7t).U8.
ItOWLAN'O-ln this city, July 24. to the
wife ol W. O, Kowland, a daughter.
THXY HAD NO LIOHT.
Arreat of Ono Who Arretted Othora
for Suppoaed Road Offeosee.
Kx-patrolmau Waguor aud an
other white man were nrrwtod by
OfHcer Sam Stone on Saturday night.
Stone, who was ou horseback, was
making the rounds of the different
beats, between 11 and 12 o'clock,
when, at the corner of King anil
Punchbowl streets, Wagner aud
compauiou rnnio dashing along iu a
brake without n light. They wore
hailed by the nilicor, when Waguor
whippet! up the lioreo and drove on
at a furioiit gait. Slono gave chase
aud caught them near South hlrni't.
Wnguor tiled to intimidate the fli
cor, but Stone was obstinate. The
men wore ordered to alight and were
marched to the Station. Captain
Langloy ndvined them to bo careful
and not travel without a light in the
future, and then dismissed them.
Wagner lost his billet ou tho mount
ed patrol for holding up driving
partioa ou all t-orts of pretexts.
out for a surprise.
Tho costumes used In the present
ation of "Ocoanicn," including Cap
tain Cook's uniform, have been stolen
from the Opera llmis.
Tho floor committee of tho Ameri
can Lenguu ball have decided to al
low uouo but thoe iu costume or
full dross to dance !xforo 12 o'clock.
Ex-Deputy Sheriff W. E. H. Dove
rill of Kauai was struck down with
paralysis last week, and at latost ac
counts ho was in a very serious con
dition. Tho masquerade ball of tho Atnorl-
cau League will tako placo a week
from to-night at tho drill shed,
which is being gaily decorated for
Several of those who were arrested
for selling swipes ou Saturday last
pleaded guilty in the District Court
to-day. Sentence was suspended as
in ol her cases.
The rosiilenco of Mrs. C. II. .J odd,
King street, was entered Saturday
nigut, hut nothing valuablo was
takeu. Tho bureaus aud drawers
The following are bonked to leave
ou the bark S. O. Allen for San
Francisco: Mrs. Bcttis, Mrs. Win,
Llshman aud daughter. Mrs. M.
Butcher aud Miss Sarah Williams.
M. S. Lnvy will move ou the first
of next month to tho store lately oc
cupied by Benson, Smith & Co.,
where ho will offer goods at prices
that will agreeably aslonisb buyers.
The members of tb II. A. A. Base
ball Club will have a practice game
ou tho Maklkl grounds this evening
at 5:80 p. in. All members are re
quested to be on hand, as the talent
will be picked to play tho Nonpa
reils. O. ft. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
ulnh Uist factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
otivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lie the same as done
J. W. Chnpmtu caters for Ban
quota, Socials, Private Dluuor Par
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties,
etc. He will lx pleased to call upon
any ladies or gentlemen who will
kindly fnltlrM liiiu tliruiiuli tin
The Lads Don't Seem to Know How
to Play the Game.
The hare and hounds chase by
the Amateur Athletio Club on Satur
day afternoon was not very success
ful. Louis Singer and James Spencer
were the hares. They loft the corner
of Fort and King streets shortly
about 5:26 o'clock, and were follow
ed four minutes later by tho hounds,
T. Pryce leading. Tho hares return
ed about 6:28 o'clock minus bags,
tho paper having given out near tho
Y. M. C. A. The pack dropped in
one by one, and nearly all had a
kick coming. Oumphor claimed ho
caught Singer uear the Union Feed
Co., and others claimed that the
trail was imperfect in several places.
Still another complained that false
trails bad been laid by a third party.
The wholo chaso was unsatisfactory.
The course lay out King to Rich-
ards.down to Queen, out Queen down
to tho waterfront, round to Fort, out
Queen to Punchbowl, up to School,
down School. Robinson's Lane, yards,
etc., out to Nuunnii, down Vineyard
to the river, through the river aud
soveral yards, out to King, down
King to Chiueso wash houses,
through them to Boretania, down'
Nuuauu, along Hotel to Y. M. C. A.,
and from thore to tho starting point.
Tho hares were out 1 hour and 20
minutes and tho hounds straggled iu
after them iu the following order: D.
Crosier, lm. lOsec. behind bares; L.
Beardmorc.lt. Knight, T.Oompbers,
2m.; T. Prico and J. Thompson, 4m.;
W. Prestidge, W. Lylo and T. White,
5m.; W. Bolster, Cm.
Mlkahala Admiralty Case That Al
leged Fraudulent Deed.
Oets an Advance and Leaves Captain
Dabel in the Lurch
Tho four-masted schooner Aloha
loft for San Fraucisco ou Saturday
last, minus the cabin boy, The boy
had drawn his full wages the day
previous and on Saturday morning
lie went to Captain Dabel and asked
him for a little advance money, aa
he wanted to help his sister, who he
said was in need. The captain gave
him the money. Captain Dabel in
tended to got to sea before noon,
and, as thenoy did not show up. he
went ashore to the U. S. Consulate
and had an order for the boy's ar
rest made out. He was finally found
and taken aboard. Shortly before
tho sails were bent the same lad
lumped on the railing of tho srhoouer
in full view of the mate and crow
and got into Captain Patterson's
boat aud came ashoro. Tho polico
and crow thought the boy had come
ashoro for something for the steward.
However, the lad nevor returued
and the Aloha loft without a cabin
A Midnight Blase.
Shortly after midnight Sunday an
alarm for a fire in Printer's lane was
rung. The fire department prompt
ly rospoudod and after no little
trouble queuched a blaze in a two
story building. The house is owned
by Mrs. K. Anahu. Tho upper story
was occupied by her aud family,
while in tho lower part lodged a
native mau. Tho firo originated in
the part occupied by the latter and
considerable uamago was done be
fore tho blaze was extinguished.
The UDDor story was uninjured and
Mrs. Anahu and neighbor thank
their stars that there was hardly any
wind blowing at tho time.
Even When Called Incurable
Terrible tetge-tclatle Rheumatism
aJsHsasaHsaila h r PHbbm
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
Alphonsino Mc.Orow by her at
torney, O. W. Ashford, files a motion
for specifications of grounds of libel
of divorce- brought against her by
her husband's guardian, C. L. Carter.
W. A. Kiunoy, administrator of
the estate of J. W. Pii, discontinues
his suit against Koloka K. Pii, widow
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company has answered the
libel or tho Hawaiian Sugar Com
naiiy. Its answer, sieued bv W. B.
Uodfroy, president, alleges that tho
cause of tho sinking of the schooner
Mary E. Foster by tho steamer Mi
kahata, both belonging to the same
company, was the changing of tho
schooner's course suddeuly when
the vessels wore approaching each
other. F. M. Hatch is proctor for
tho libelleo company.
Judge Cooper is hearing tho Kala
kaua-Maheloua alleged fraudulent
(lood.case again this afternoon.
Judgo W biting presides at cham
bers tuts week.
Tho August term of tho Circuit
Court, First Circuit, will open this
day week, Judgo Whiting to preside
A NEW BIVLX CORPS
In order to introduce Chamber
lain's Cough Kntnody bore we told
several dozeu bottlos ou strict guar
antee and havo found every bottle
did good service. Wo havo used it
ourselves and think it superior to
any other. W. I. Mownr.r, Jarvis
villo, W. Va. For salo by Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
Mr. Arthur Btwxen
Of GsJatea, Otic
"They said f was Iaeark1, the doctors
(Id, bntlha result has proren that Hjod's Mr
Jspa Ilia was able care. I hid ScUUa
lliflumatlsm and was confined to t.ir bsd sis
oaths. Three physicians did not hifp a and
I Wis Clven Up to Die
When I was In this tsrrlble eondlUoa, aaakle
e taara Iiaa4 r feat, I bcg-in to take Hood's
Sarssparllla. The first bottle had a llttls ei
feet, and mhlleuklng the second, I gained so
rapidly that I could sit up In tny elialr. My sys
tem had been so run down by otner medicine,
that It took me quite awhile to re un'rate. liy
the time I had Liken four bottles (f Hood's Bar
aparllla I cmM walk aranad, and now. as I
tme takeu sii bottles. I a a eared and can
do a good day's work, f do not feel I can praise
enough." Airmen Bimov, Galatea, Ohio.
INT. S. SACHS
naao rort treat, MonolvUu-
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THE TIKRT. They ar very K'astlo, Fsst Black and are
absolutely Htalnless. We have them for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Btzes nt Qnslltles, In Plain Cotton, In Mste
Thread, in Open Work and Drop HtlWh
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
HOOD'S Pills " rui-isar
Wis, assist dlf sstlse. saw assaasis Tryetae.
ROM. MKWMAN A CO.,
Ajrenta for Hawaiian Islands.
J. J. EGAXT
514 Port Street
UOKSE RACE OFF.
Mr. Cornwall Want to Bell and
Mot Bace His 8tock.
The challeuge of the owners of
the trotter Nevada to the owuor of
Johnny Hayward for a mile race,
best three in Ave, has uot been ac
cepted, aud consequently thuro will
not be any race. W. H. Cornwoll,
owner of Johnny Hayward, arrived
iu towu by the steamer Clnudlne
yesterday morning from Maui.
When seen this aflernoou by a Bul
letin reporle: in regard to the chal
lenge, Mr. Cornwoll said: ''1 will
take uo notice of it. 1 have my
busiuess interests on the other isl
ands to attend to, aud I am trying
to get riil of my animals. If 1 can
sellJobuny Hayward I will do so."
An Unseasonable Visitor.
Mtsuuel J. Silva, an assistant iu
the Union saloon, sleeps in au upper
room iu rear of tho place, reached
by outside stairs. Ho wont to bed
there at 9:30 Sunday night. At 2
o'clock iu the morning he heard a
wan coming up the stairs, and soon
descried him enteriug the room.
The intruder advanced toward
Manuel's bed and peered through
the mosquito bars. Manuel halloed
to Joe. Andrade, a boy sleeping in a
room across the yard. At this alarm
the strauger rau away. Nothing
was missed from the promises.
Baseball on Saturday.
The Kuuawai and Lively baseball
teams played a match game ou the
Leairun grounds Saturday afternoon.
The grand stand was fairly filled, uo
cbarge for amnisaiou being made.
The game, which was for $20 and a
baseball outfit, was wou by the Ku
nawais, by a score of 12 to 4. A re
turn match will probably be made,
providing the league clubs do uot
resume the series.
Mechanics1 Home, cornet Hotel
and Nuuauu street. ,ndging by
day, week or mouth Terms: IU aud
Ml cents pur night! fl anil f I.Vtf, pr
Wry tUnvipUmut) JUH I'HIS'TINO
V.ftf at las MUU'i (Ifl-t
McChesuoy and Ituwlins mav have
trouble over llieir soap deal, but
everything in serene at N, Brchani's.
lie btill continues to do bushiest at
his old stand ou Buthol street, and
has enough soft soap on hand to
wash the entire P. O. off the island.
Soveral hard characters, hangers
ou In tho vicinity of the shooting
galleries ou Hotel, near Nuuauu
street, are accused of Koing through
a Japauoru the other night, and
depriving him of about S200. The
Jap says lie was under llie inuuence
of liquor, aud while asleep uear the
merry go-rouud, was robbed.
Senior Captain Andrews tele
phoned from uptown about 9 o'clock
this morning for two police otllcers.
The people at the Slation, thiukiug
that somebody had beeu shot, or
something worse happened, des
patched a captniu of police aud a
number of otllcers. Ou arrival it
trausplred that the senior captain
wanted two otllcers to assist him iu
a raid ou an opium joint.
The steamer Mikabnla. which ar
rived yesterday morniug from Kauai,
brought news of tho sudden death
of George Cuurlney, employed on
the steamer. He died on Friday
morning while the steamer was oh
Niihau. Courluey returned ou board
from ashore aud, nftor spit ting blood,
expired, Captain Hauluud had the
uody conveyed to W milieu, wuere it
was buried. Deceased was born at
Martha's Vineyard, Mass., and was
about 52 years of age.
B. F. Elders & Co. report that
since they Htarted their "ladies' col
umn" iu this paner. thov had heard
it a hundred times uot from people
who had dealt with them for years
but new trade that has come in for
bargaius: "Why, wo alwnys thought
that you sold such a high class of
t goods that your prices must be
ligh." To theso customers they
have replied that, as they buy direct
of mauufuclururs for cash, they are
satisfied with a smaller prollt than
They Provide Their Own Modal for
the Best Shot.
Tho sharpshooters of the polico
force, which include the captains of
tno watches, have subscribed for a
modal to be shot for, the winner tn
have the highest score in two out of
three matches. Two matches have
already been fired off. Captain IIoo
katio won one with a scoro of 40 out
if a posdhlo Ml, aud Lieut. Knuao
the other by making !J'.t this morn
ing Another match will take placo
on Wednesday next when, if either
of the afore-mentioned officers win,
the medal will be his.
A number of the sharpshooters
are kept iu the Police Station all
the time, apparently do'ng nothing
but oat ami sleep at the tax-payers
expense, luese men are stationed
there in case of otuorgouoy. Having
uo patrol or other active exorcise to
perform they decidod to put up this
medal to give them some real in
terest iu life.
When moving iuto our present
home I found a bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm left by a former
teuant. On tho label I fouud the
statement that it was good for cuts
aud burns. I can testify to the
truth of this. Nothing iu all my
experience has found its equal for
troatiug blisters or burns. F. E.
Uahrett, manager Lo Sueur Senti
nel, Lo Suour, Minn. Paiu Balm is
also a sure euro for rheumatism.
For rale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Per Birtentuu " IrmcarJ '
rinVH " h goibg to do nnmi
more ho.) ing. J list read thcsi'
prici'a and compare them with
othor udvcrtibemcntH of a like
nature. 'Tin uhcIcsb for us
to declare every day a Clear
mice bale. You know u tter.
No hoime can Hell goods) at a
loss continually. You, how
ever, will not give u the Mut 8
by buying every piece of goods
in our store at the prict 8 we
intend to quote you. I have
Ginghams (no need to tell
you they aru not shoddy ; yon
know it), 1!J yards for SI.
You don't have to come any
especial day lo buy our Col
oied All-wool Dress Good.
You havo always paid 75e.
fur theso goo Is, never lens
than 50c. We are now Hell
ing them at 45V. and the
more you buy the butter. I
must have room for my
new fall stuck. We have a
full line of Scotch Ginghams.
Thowe goods have been Bull
ing in Honolulu at 25c. ; go
ing and most all gone at my
place for 19c. Our Victoria
Lawns, which arc of the very
illicit quality (these are tho
best value ever offered"). 10
yards for 50c. You will find
nothing but cold fact in this
column, hut it is to your ad
vantage to buy Irom mer
chants who givu the most
goods for tho least money.
1 am offering my White
Lawns and Muslin at 10c ,
French Sateens, former price
50c, going at 25c, and my
Figured wiss Muslin at the
same figure. And your boys,
tho pride .f their mother's
heart, no excuse for their be
ing shabby after reading these
piice. Suitn $10 reduced to
S4.50; G Suits for S2.rt0;
$:j U Suits lor if I ; ju-t think
ot it a complete suit tor J?l.
These are unheard of bar
gains and as our stock is as
limited as it is fine, an early
call will be to your advantage.
Yours for business,
,J. J. Kuan.
WK A L80 HAVE THE
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Black, for Ladles In all 8ltss which we are selling
12 CO a Dozen Pair.
Removal Notice !
M. S. LEVY will on August 1st remove
from his present store on Hotel street to the
place formerly occupied by Benson, Smith
& Co., on Port Btrect. After I get settled it
will be to your advantage to note the prices,
ttc, that will appear in this column.
Kwong Sing Loy 1 SING LOY,
t07 lilt St.. "Tunis llMk."
iQlul Tek m.
11-81 III. St., mi lellltM St
P. 0. Boi !07.!lDtUl Till MA.
P. 0. Sox 107.
Bill Teu 881.
Mutual Tel. C07.
tXOUUSION BV SEA.
Admiral Walkor and Party Lonvo
for Poarl Hurbur.
Tho yoohta Holiiuo and Hawaii
loft with an oxt'tirsiou party fur
lVnrl harlior iIiIh foronoou. Ah
thiTH wn HtliT bn'iizu blowing nl
tho tliun both ynohtH wont down
living. Tint yacht Hnwnli hud n
iiuw llK at lnr inast huail. It rim
rilntitilof red ami whitu htripox with
a hlim Mar in llm hmiUt. Tho ox
I'lindnn party included Admiral
WftlkiT, I'roxld.tnl Units W. (1
lrwIn.U. P. Iimkiin, Is. A. Tliiiriiliiii,
II. WMorhmiHo and Fred. Whltiiuy.
I Tli Dnrly will rutum this ovuuin.
aW rKI.KPHONKH 11 -
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
I'orncr Queen A Nunanu Bis.
I2J & ISO FOKT 6TURET.
IN AM. 1TB
Orders (rum the other Islands in
vl'atBi, Trtaalnoi Pl'iB. Bto , etc,
Promptly Attended to.
iSnnwsMor to O, West.)
AVOUNO OKYI.ON OKNTI.KMAN,
recently utrlvulin town, denirosKin.
iiloyiuent. Klrsl-elum llook-keeiwr, with
(our years exiiorl'iicfl Initio JnurnalUtlo
l.lno; tliiiroiiK'ilyui'iiiiiilntHd with Oriental
trmle. Addrets "Iluuk-keutier," caro of
this Uilite. lWH-lw
FOR BALE OB TO LET
1 HODBi: AND i.o r.
I lloil'U of H lloomi
iiml I'lirnltnre. Imi'ilro
mi llm iiriilulatm Itll Null.
nun Avuimo, next t Whlio lluuse,
PASTURE TO LEASE
AT PUNAIIUl! AIIOUT SIXTY
Actum nl (KxhI Pasture Uml to
Iw tenlrd. Al'lily to
HWHw r. M. bWANZY.
OO TO THE AN0HOB SALOON.
WILLIAM CUNNINOIIAM, MAN
UKr nl ilio Amlior Saloon, Is keep.
Iiik up with III" times. At the Anchor you
cmii "Knt your uyu' with an Oyster t'ock.
tail and witah II down with a Krtxlerloloi
Imrii lleiir Oj ter l.'ocktaiU a siHiliiUy.
VTOTICK IS IIKUkTiV OIVKN THAT
1 all Hills u( three or more iiinuths old.
duutlie llluloralstlltNl, II not imld hy AllK.
I, IKII, will Ixj nlactd in thu linuds ol an
Pay the Printer.
Chiut'Hu, thipanoHo and Indian (it km I.-!
Indian Silks, Iau-vh and Linons,
Jupuiieuu Grapes, Chinese Muttin,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and ScurtH,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Kt;., Kto.
3fA Coimilote TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OASHMKKBS, LINKNb, IJIWN8, MUSLINS
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NKW JUST ODT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Etc.
51-53 Kino Street & 407 King Street.
111 NUUANU STREET,
M KKCHANT TaILoK.
RT 1ND FIMISH CUAKANTBEO.
NEW STOUK OK
OHHliiiMjri'b find Sorgeh Jut UtMeivoil 1
SUITS JTICOM 14 TJTP
Dry Oouds, Fancy Goods, Lawns, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Geut's Furnishings of Every Desoriptiou.
attornoy lor colloctloii,
II. 8. LEVY,
All who owe loiiK-slandliiK in)iiut
to the IIdli.itin 1'ubmshiku Comi-ant
(or advertising, subscription or print
ing, r re.it"t'l to pay up Iwifora the
and of June, The money belongs to us
and is nteded lo meet tho couitaut
largn drain (or labor and material re
quired in roniluctlns; a dally paper aud
a printing house. We make no threats
but would adis all rMineeriiwi to hd
Partner Wauted in Oil Venerlnr.
I AM I'llKI'.Mtl'.DTODOOll.VKSK.KIt
I Work to order Would like in gt
Partner hi the iiuslueai, in lurulih ma
oliinery and, II dielrshlu, learn the huW
iiess. Have, water power. Haiupusnl the
woik ran ba.iren al llm Hi'i.i.stix OSIra.
IU4-UU ) WILLUJ1 MA.SZksN.
Temple of Fashion
esiB Xort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urn aJMrtseit el LaMaa' CkUaTM't Ikata.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
UrKf Hue of Wonlnna at 25c. FUnuolettM, 10 yard for II.UI.
Brown and Whita (Jottona, from 8 to 21) yards, f 1.00 twr plco.
Auioik.K OlpKbatna, 12 yards for l.tO. OenU' .d UdW Uat hin Mmu
SilkR, baiina, Stirgoa, Lawui aud Dm Good of evnry daaoriptloii
M. O-. 8ILVA, Protariator.
Daily llullotiu 50 ContH per Month,