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TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 1894.
Ti'esoat, Ang. 7.
Btmr W (1 Hull (rum Hawaii and Mnul
will uicot on
Tchiut, Aur 7.
8tmr Jos Malce( fur Knpaa ami Kllauea at
Btmr Iwalant (or Makaurclt and Walmea at
Btmr Claudlno for nirH un Maul at 6 p iu
Etror Mlkalinla for Knuni at & p in
The barkenHno Kllkltn', Captain Cutler,
arrlre.l Sunday (rum l'urt tlntnlilo nltn
11)1,015 furutiRli luinlicrnnd 13.703 ft. drc?..
td lumber for Wilder .V Co. bin callc nt
Maul tiidljsharL'tfii dock load of 'uuili-r
She was Unity Jays frum 1'ort Oaiultlo to
TIip American bark Amy Turner, C.p
t At it Wnrl.ilxl arrived yesterday nflcr uon
ISA days from New York. ciiMinietl to 0.
llrewur.t ( o. Sal etl Mari'li 'J I. nnd Ilia
first part of v orc bml lino wratlirr. The
bark coremi turn mllei during the IWl
month. Jit t heavy sunthetly w Ind at the
Cape. WkWJiih innkliiK COS. to 60 8.
Un May 31st experienced a li'irrimiic
ililch lato i llrodajs. Several raid and
hcetn were Monti away. The voirl win
about tx wceki oil' tlio Cax. After the
hurricane had rhaant u.ntliT to port
The sklpir ai hero In 18.", btliitf second
Mine on a vos el.
FIRST CIBGUXT COURT TEBK.
Tho New British Gommiaslonor Visits
Captain A. O. S. Ilnwoj, British
Comini'sloiior, Burci'sior to Mnjor
J. II. Wodohousi'. retiring Minister
Resident, viaitoil II. B. M. S. Cham
pion at 10 o clock this morning, re
maining on boinl linlf nn hour. A
saluto of thirteen gnus wa given on
tb new diplomat's retiring.
Captain llavros wat I lieu rowed
over to the U. S. S. I'liilmlolphln,
whoro ho spout nnothor hall hour,
receiving again tho regulation saluto
on leaving. Tliuro was quito o crowd
ou tho wharf witnessing tho salutes.
Minister Wodehouso Retires.
Major J. II. Wodohouse, British
Minister Jtesidotit. wns bidding oil!
clal good-br to his friends to-day.
This day his duties as representa
tive of his sovereign horn terminate.
To-morrow Captain Ilawes will as
sume, as tho Minister's successor,
tho oQlcial duties of BritiMi Com
tnissiouer, thn grade of tho legation
hero having hoeu reduced. It was
supposod, when Mnjor Wodtihou"
was promoted from tho post of
Commissioner, that thu chaiigo was
a porsoual complitnont and recogni
tion of long and able service by him
This supposition would stem now to
Iloalanl Boat Club
J. V. Chapman tho caterer is in
chargo of Sans Kouci.
W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Gonoral,
returned by tho V. G. Hall.
A letter from Hon. G. D. Gilman
of Boston will nppoar next issue.
McCandless Bros, havo begun
work on tho now artesian well for
tho Queen's Hospital.
There will bo n meeting of tho
young men's club al Breuig hall nt
'7:30 o'clock this owning.
You may ring up Paul Ionborg's
ranch for pure milk by both tele
phones. Sbo advertisement.
Tho Into Dr. Trousseau's stock of
medicines, groceries, wines, etc., will
bo sold by L. .1. Levey at 10 o'clock
During tho absence of Miss Hon-
ner, Miss O. B. Greenwell will bo iu
charge of tho dressmaking depart
ment of J. J Egan.
Tho men of tho uTs. s! Philadel
phia, headed by n buglo corps, were
landed for drill this morning. They
were not long ashore.
J. J. Egan makes a new announce
ment iu-day's pnner, regarding his
clearance salo. The ladies Mill not
skip it, for it lulls of bargains.
Ltll.tlUlilll 111 .1IUII.B I1U IIUi
Peter Qiiiuti. alias Poker Dan, wns i. :fi ...i, ....-in real ustntn. Ka
fouud lying near Kawaiahao Church , houkaiio for petitioner.
ot G:.T0 o'clock yestcnlny afternoon. -
Blood was (lowing from several cuts --,, ..
on his face, llo was conveyed in n PROXKCXtON WANTED.
hack to tho Police Station, whoro it I
was found ho was overloaded with . A Man Swoara His Llfo on an Ac-
liquor. A receipt for Sl2i in
Matters at Chambers Decision
V. C. Pnrko has filed his final ac
count as guardian of tho cstato of
Antonn Manuel, showing receipts
831.72, pavmonts $1189.80, balauco
duo gunrdfan SlO.'i.M. Payments
include .508081 paid to tho agent of
the hoirs Sept. 18 as amount sup
posed to belong to tho estate with
out prcjudico to guardian.
Look Pank Lock has filed satis
faction of judgment iu his suit
against Wa Hoi and a garnishee. It
is n Koojaupoko case.
Judge' Cooper has rendered a
written deeis' jii iu Stntina A. Xowell
et al. v. John M. Horner, action on
n California judirmeut. Tho enmo
' decision wns given orally at tho May
term, sustaining the demurrer. "The
law of this country, in my opinion,"
t tho Court says, "doos not extend
I the statute of limitations to foreigu
1 judgments for tho term of twenty
, years, but such claims nro only en
titled to tho period of six years
l given to contracts in writing." Paul
Neumann for plauitilT-; C. W. Ash
ford for defendant. Plaintiffs had
' assigned their interest in tho judg
ment to J. A. Low of Honolulu.
Tho judgment was for S'2'i 17.57 ren
' tiered April 'A 1870, nnd it was
claimed that but fliOO had been
, paid ou it. Tin balance of $1107.57
was therefore claimed with interest.
Kopin petit ions to bo appointed
giiardinu of .Maria Kopla, n mother
meat for treatment tinder tho
euro" was in his pocket at tho lime
he was found.
FEATHER3TONE IK COURT.
In thn District Court this
, iug a charge of intending to commit
an offense against Christian Kriest
; was heard ogainst Alex. Craig. Priest
kilt him at divers times on Saturday
Ho Dismisses His Counsol Rnthor evening, onco at tho Hotel, another
Than Ilavo tho Casn Deferred. ) lime nt the corner of Nuuniiu nnd
..,,.,,. i , Hotel streets, and again at com-
, Arthur leatherstono appeared n llnluin,sa i10llw t KilcUm!. Ho
the District Court this afleruoon to , ,,, of ,i9 f nul Muoni.i
niianur to nciiargo oi a-nuit nun C()1rt , t ,fomant under bonds
battery oil Mrs. hoathots ouo with n ..., ,. ',IUII1i offenco nainst
Two uatlvo witnesses
tho threats uttered by
pearcu as counsel lor tioinuiinui, i Craig, In his own defense, stated
moved for a conlinuanco of tho ca'c. ,,,, K;ill, i.-.i ..ii.i i.t,,'. ,,,,
Willi i ... I,,l I.,,.,,, .i..mI,i, I, tin nluml liiu
color. Ho had threatened to get
even with Friost by havinc n war
rant issued for his arrest. Tho caso
' went over.
unitary on .urn. i-muuubioiio wini n ,, ,, ,,,
weapon obviously ami j imminently winI)ninnilt.
dnngerous to life, to wit, a knife, on , iml',loar,i t
Atigust-1. V. V, Ashford, who np- ijrnjc
Out of Thirty-six Forolgn
! Tho Circuit Court term session
! opened atOi.W this morning, Judge
Whiting presiding. Tho foreign
jury being called, tho following
wero found qualified as having taken
the oath of allegianco:
I V. U. Wilkinson, J. Simonson, J.
i T. Watorbouse, Jr., H. J. Nolto, O.
. M. Cooke, J. Lucas, J. C. Clunny, P.
H. Isenberg, W. Mutch, F. Lewis,
G. Gran, F. Hustaco, W. King, F.
1 V. McChesnev and W. W. Dimond.
' W.W. Hall, S. B. Roso. E. F. Bishop
and N. Godge, absent, had all taken
tho oalh. Mr. Bishop had been ex
cused for tho term. The other three
nro oxpected to bo on hand in a dny
Tho following wero excused for
tho term, ou occovut of not taking
F. Whitney, W. H. Dimond, C.
Melt, J. Scott, G. Bruns, W. G.
Irwin, W. Love, 11. Congdon. A. N.
Tripp, J. M. Angus, E. Hopkins, J.
M. Dowsett, A. It. Hatfield, E. Van
dorn nnd G. S. Harris, Jr.
Tho following were excused on
tho ground of ill health: Wtu. Me
Ineruy, J. B. Atherton and N.
Gcdge, tho last-named for a few
A nolle prosequi was entorod at
tho request of Mr. Kinney, counsel
for T. V. Hobron, complainant, in
the caso of libel against E. Norrie.
editor of the Holomun. Tho alleged
libel consisted iu reflections upon
tho complainant, as supposod corre
spondent of the San Francisco
Chronicle, for mailer published in
tint paper. Thero is a chargo of
seditious libol still ponding against
Ah Wing, unlawful possession of
opium, and Joseph Caccires, assault
with a deadly weapon, wero also
Ang Ghau was put on trial for
larceny third degree before tho fol
lowing jurv: P. It. Isenberg, F.
Lnwls, W King, C. M. Cooke, J. T.
Watorhous", Jr., J. Simonson. J. C.
Cluney, G. Grnu, W. Mutch, F.
Hustace, W. U. Wilkinson and John
Lucas. Foster assisting prosecu
tion; Neumann for defendant. Ver
dict not guilty, 0 to 7.
O! the Agony
Of Thoeo who GufTor from
7od'a Sarmpnrtlla Ihtrtflt,
tthe, Ileal, CVItES.
Adeline Black Stockings !
Now Shipment Just to Hand
1ST. S. SACHS'
aaao rort Strstsn., Honolulu
Ur, T. r. Johruon
Bin Jose, CaL
!hTefor iMnjr yursbffn a crest sufferer
fromBCnort'I.A brca'ilnu out on tny armi
soiHessiiliejrnereroTcrril trlth eruption sod
lortl, allxliarglag all ibe tlm . I trtdl Tery
many medicines and coniultod ptiyitctans tar
and oear, but Mllf grew wane. I
hats taken but three botllei ot llood'i Saritps-
Hood's s Cures
rfllaforrbuunatlon.afld has derlrcd to ranch
benefit from II that she declares there Is n
other tnellclno on earth. We would not b
srtltiotit 1 1 In the liousa If It costs ISO a botUa."
T. Varlkv Joiimox, Bab Jote.CaL
K. IU Re sure, to cvt llond' Binaparllbk
Hood's Pllliact cully, j-ct promptly and
eOclcntlj, an the liver and boircli. SSo.
UUUUON, NEWMAN A CO.,
AriiiU (or Hawaiian ttlan1
as ho wns not ready to tirocecd
it. 1-eat hers tone desired to have
thn henring begin forthwith, nnd, n
it wns against his counscl'it wishes,
ho severed connection with thu
District Magistrate Kobertson
stated to defeiidnut Hint tho Court
Tho prico of tallow has dropped
10 percent and M. Breham soils now
seventeen (17) bars of tho very best
soap for $1.25. Also try his own im
ported German castilo soap manu
factured by Kraus Bros., Mannheim,
J. J. EGAXT
rr tetsattas " tmoarii "
FR. H)S H
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly TUB 11K9T. They ar rorr K'sstlc, Fnt Dlack and an
abiolutely BtalnleM. We'have ilicm for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND HEN
In alt Sizes and Quilllles, In Plain Cotton, In List.
Tbrrail, in Open Work ami Drop bliU'h. .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
WK A 1.80 1IAVK TUB
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warrantod Kast tllack,
for l.aitlxs In all Sites which we are Mlllnc
12 M a Dozen l'ltlr.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
thing for nothing nlwnys talcu
it, thnt is if it's a straight give
away, as is thu caso with thoe
Wash Dross Goods this week.
There arc a good many ladies
had no jurisdiction in tho matter,; Tho sinuiti of thn Mannorchor
only to hold nn examination for at Professor Berger's concert ou ,
commitment if sulllcieut evidence ! .sat urduv evening at tho Hotel wns
was ndduced. !Ynthcntouo then ' (piito n feature. Led by l'rof. J. V. i
plended not guilty. j Vnrudley they snug two part songs,
James Thompson was tho first of which the first wns undoubtedly!
witness '-ailed, llo stnted that ho tho best. Tho public will expect iu
wns a lodger in tlm iviug-Aireet the fiituro to hear this excellent or-
who imiigine there
now in this line, and wc aie
hound to got you out and
show you there are soinu Pat
terns you have never soon,
and at the same time give you
a chance to pick one out for
yourself for absolutely noth
ing but a guess.
AVo a to go-
house. On Saturday nlteruoon n
little before -l o'clock heard screams
coming from the. room occupied by
Mr. and Sirs. Fcnthcrxtoiio. Hushed
down oud met I-'oathcmtono stand
ing with his back to tho door and
Mrs. Lonthcrstoun behind. Defend
ant had a big sheath knife in his
right hand. Biood wns spurting
from wounds on tho hands of de
fendant's wife. Defendant made no
attempt to strike witness. Saw le
feudaut como in that afternoon un
der tho iullueiico of liquor. Must
linvo been about forty minutes in
tho room when screams wero heard
Mrs. L'ealherstoue was tho next
witness. She stated that defendant
was her husband. Had trouble witli
her husband on Saturday between !l
and -1 p.m. Husband came iu
!.....!... i.. i ..Hi...;..
IIIIIAUI IIMI III II I'dlJl'lUl- III IHUII IMII.
which nil lovers of good music will
undoubtedly attend. Such choirs
nro a feature of German musical
and sociul life aud dci-orvo every en
couragement here. "Music hntli
ehariiiK to soothe tin savage breast,"
ajs the poet, and It ought to havo
some elTecl on mollifying all politi
cal ill feeling nnd re-uniting those
who have otherwise agreed to differ.
M boy was taken with a disease,
resembling bloody flux. Tho first
thing I thought of was Chamber-1
lainV Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Homed v. Two doses of it settled
the matter and cured him sound and
well. I heartily recommend this
remedy to nil persons sullcring from
n lik coiunlaiut. I will answer any
nH I inquiries regarding it when stamp is
514 Foil Street.
rxi.tcriioNKr vi -sm
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Comer Quren A. Knnsnu (Us.
witness was getting ready to go out. im.iosed. I refer to anv count v olll
Defendant snt on chair mid Dogged ..im n to m re linb llllv. Win. Honch.
. i . '..-.
I. I'.. I'rimrov. Campbell Co., Tcnu,
i'or sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents, for the Hawaiian Islands.
By Lnwis J. Ziovey.
OuoiIh. . . .45c
ing to load up ouo counter.
Tho one inicsxiiijr the nearest
can havo her pick of tho Pat
terns; tho second best well,
we will not mention it, hut she
will ho in it all right.
Wo might just as well give
away Toilc de ftord as wo
sell it al 8 yards for 1. It's
absolutely the best goods ever
offoied for the money and a
a wash goods can not bo boat.
32 in. Cotton Ducks at 15cts
a yard all fast colors. White
l.inen Ducks from 05 cts. to
Scotch Dimity at 0 yards
for $1.00 needs no further
Imported Percale for Miirt
Waists and Drosses. AVe are
showing some beauties. Any
how, step in aud make
a guess on Unit counter of
AVar-li Drehs (Joods. You
will be uu.ihlo to ivsiht
the temptation of making a
guohh and perhaps of making
B. P. KliliKKS & 00,
witness not to go. Witness I lieu Kit
ou tho box near tho door, when do- I
feuduiit called to her to como nnd
sit on tho chair. Witness did so to
show defendant thnt she wns not
afraid of him. Then defendant taid
ho bad a proposition to inalui. He
then said he and a friend had gone
to l'alama to mo Kiualia, nnd thnt '
he wanted money as he had to be '
back in un hour's time with fish for i
Kuialia. Wituess told him In go. ;
lie asked for forgiveness, nnd witues i
said, "I'll never forgive you." He i
then said that nil that witnn"s had
heard about him was not true. Wit-
liens still persisted in refusing to for
give him. Defendant thou went to
the door nnd Inter drew a i-hentli
knife from under the bed. Door-
.!..... 1 iiiiiiitlfiliifinr i f (fait t I nar
knoeH and ak his forgiyeues. wlileh j On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8,
was not complied uuu. uue-s
Scotch GiughuiuH 19c
Former prico USo
Victoria l.awns, 10 yards
White Lawns and Muslins
. , , .iIU
FOR. SA.Tj"EJ I
Delivered Twice Daily:
TO ANY l'AKT OF TUB (MTV.
Motml 507-TELEPIIONES- BeU 460
110-i-lm I' Isr.NIII'.IIO. l'rop.
WILL KK8UMK l'KAvriCB
-A-TJ-gULSt 6 til.
The number of incrchautH who aro about to
dispose of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable and the utter
disregard for consequences so far as they (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
the day. Buying and selling Dry Goods is a pecu
liar business and one that icquircs constant atten
tion, and judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of our merchants must
have a stock of goods that are
worn. I soil Dry Goods at a fair
you your money's worth. If von aro in
Dry Goods after thu "Australia" comes, watch this
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'h old place, Fort street.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
shoddy or shelf
prolit and give
W? CIdi St., "Tkiau Hock."
91-OS tlBf St., liar Itoiitu it
Natul Tela. 339 P. 0. Box 207. lotoal Tale, m
P. 0. Box 107
i French Sateens. . .
TPvoonfnr'c Rain i'y' SuUh tl,ttt formerly
JJAWVUIUi 11 ,
St. noar Emma.
I niu liitrn'teil hv Mt-xsrH nrnc I'nrt
wilfjlit imil II I! Mcltiiyre hxiMitoiH of
iliu IMine of tlit lulu lr. 'InmsvMU, o
I hull ul 1'iivillii notion, ut my buimroomi, I
told defendant lo put knife down,
and he did so, leaving it ou tho box.
He piuked it up again and witness j
irrabbed his hmuU. Seeing a gentle
man passing witness called for help,
then defendant struck her uitli the
knife on tlio arms. Tho lust Mali I
wns on tho brent, and witness fell ;
to the floor. The door was burst i
open ami witness ran out ou the
veranda. Went to thu front room '
first nnd Inter walked to the back of
the Iioiimi. Dr Mclirew attended i
to her injuries. '
Hnd trouble with defendant ou
tho Thursday oud Friday previous.
Defendant threatened to um knife
Friday morning. On Friday even
iug witness left lodgings because she
wns afraid of her life and wanted
nothing more to do with defendant.
Dr. .1 b. Mcbrew btateil thnt lie (
attended on Mtf. reathnrsloun.
Found her bleeding severely. Thero t
was a severe cut ou the right arm'
below and another above tho ellmu ;
tho latter was a stab, llioro was ,
another cut, n dangerous one, a piece i
of lloch having fallen oil". There
wns one between index finger and
thumb of left hand. Another Mali j
was found on the breast, not n dan
gerous one, tlio knife having been
arrested by steel in her corset. Still
attending her. Do not consider iu
Two other IIiiismi worn ex
amiiied for the prosecution, and do- '
feudaut look tho Maud. Ho did not
deny the evidence adduced, aud add
ed, lie n not led away by ICmaba'i
charms but by lilueguto giu. Ho
wk committed for trial.
AT HI O'CLOCK A. M., j
The WliuKi of the 6t..ck ot
Drugs, Mcdiciaes, Surgical
AIM a l.art;ii Variety l
Groceries and Provisions
Meut, Poultry. Vei-taliles. Fruit, Chain-
puioiu, W'liiff, Ktu . I.I"., tin niij;-
lu to null! Ksilute.
fW TlienilPiitlnn of eiili'iirte; in cnIIviI
Iu lie hImivh line mIim-Ic ul l'rovlaluils ini
portiil Bif-lilly hy tlm litu iluctur fur Iliu
sold for 10 and SO a
Suit aro now reduced
to J SO ui.d 81
K This is positively the
1 ist week of my Clearance
Salo. 1 have already icccived
a largo stock of goods from
Europe, and expect a larger
stock from tho States by the
S. S. "Australia." These
goods will be plac d on my
shelves for inspection next
week, and I can promise you
something new and novel in
several different lines and at
prices that will suit everyone.
J. J. EGAN.
AVOUNO OKNTI.KMAN ItKOBNTbY
. arrived In town, ilrnlro a Mtunilon
In an om i'o or HKHuiieru. hxperiencrd
llouU.kcfiM-r snl will aciiiulnuil wllli
HOI Iw Care of llci.i.r.TiN Otllctt.
Partner Wanted tn Oil Veneering.
Work to ur.lnr. Would like to K"
1'artin-r in tlie bilhliipx", tn furnlali ma
cliinnry and, if dt--irlilH, Irani the bitxi
ns. Uavii watr iuwer. Haniji nu of the
work can h n-en al the Hui.LKriN Oflli'K.
IrtM Ini Wl 1,1.1 M VUN.KN"
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
ASK YOUH (fUnCKlf FOU
'lHKKB NICELY K1IK
1 nlnlied Itooms at No.
( Oanlsn Unn. ww-tf
OliinoHu, flapanoHM nnd Indian (M.ihI
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Jiipunc8o Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scnrth,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Et.
I3?A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Enplinh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAHHMKUKB, MNENb, LAWNS, MtlHI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats i
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trunkh, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ku... Etc
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
til NtHJANU STKrihI
M KKCUANT TA1 LtiK.
HT iND FINISH OUIBANTBED
NKW BTOOK OK
OaHhiutfnttt mid Sorgob Just lit, eiv.l
THKKK NICKi.Y KPlt
1 ninli'd IUioiiih al Will
kikl nn tliv licarh. IVniis
vrrv rraioualile. Anelv at
enilof KhhIiIoh Knn lrrit
SUITS PROU i UP
Dty QoudH. Fancy O)odn, Lawns, Etc., Etc.,
for nIiikIii ufii-
Hi.iiiuti nil listed on
laula Bticut, tri iniiiuteit'
walk fiom i'obt Olllcu.
ty This Brand will always bo foaaa Rtlldbb .nd Good VoIdb. -j
ufliihll Pfttftriiion Orja.t AgwnU
a T VVAIKIK1 ON Tilt
A Jlrach, cuiuforUlilo
iiiarltirk for one or Iwu Sin-
if ih lifiuirn I'll i imam oi
Uoi.nl j lirttlilnn fHillltii Kxxl- r'orixrli
"W" HI.,I.KriN OKKIPR.
C100U rOMKOItT.Mil K
J and Nfiitlv Kiiinii'lii'd
('intrul linlon l.'lmrrli Til
lleriianU ttrfft M;h ( nlllntti LariJiTJo'
el, ftilvndld Uul, Hint Drrry coiivonl
nice. Kiniilri nu priul. ur Muiu
Tivbuu tAM. tlMfr-lw
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description
Temple of Fashion
151 Sort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgt AsMrtetnt ot UdlHi' tad Cnlldrsn's SIiom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
I LrKi line of Wnolons at '2fMi. Flniinoiottoa, 1(1 ynh for f I.IW
I Hrown ami Whito (Jottoua, from H to 2t) ynnla, 11.00 tmr iiiinns
i Ainonkiiaff UiiiKliniun.lVi yards for f 1.00. Owita'aml Lailloii' Bathing Nmu
hi ma, bairns, orKH Lawns and Urnsa (looitn of ovory iluscriptiot.
M. O. SITLtVV, Proprietor.
1 - - - - . .. . . . i ,! I i t "g-naawpBa
I),iily liullotiti f0 OoutH por Mouth.