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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8, 1894
MI -A. R. 1 1ST 23 IsTEWB
Wi.iSFtnY, Ang. 8.
Sttnr .! Makce for Knpnn mid Kllnuea at
LOCAL AMD OENKBAL NEWS
A Columbia lady's bicyclo
salo at tho Honolulu cyclery.
VeHole Leaving To-morrow.
Am tiVtne trrtiennl, Buhtutdt, for San
Francicont II a in
Btiur Koala for Waiattnp, Walnltta anil
Mokuleia at 0 a in
From Maol and Ifnwatl per stmr W 0
H.ill, Ang7-HonVO Smith, 8 II Ur.c
ami wife, Master 8 Itose, W W Hull, Mrs
II N Greenw II, 0 Orrenwcll, W K Hull.
K h Il-dx", r Minify, W A Wall, J J
Hlw and wlfo, Mm Ja'kon, 1 A l)ls and
wife, M 0 1(034. Mls-c Sholt 12), II lln.l',
MIm Jennie Itntes, Ml' M Kn'nnloinlil,
K J ward DoMnett, Shcrlir 8 K Chilling
wotth, and 6'J deck.
For Mini jirriitmr flandlne, Ant 7 W
(i Irwin, Jiutgi' Kuixilkul and wife, 0 II
Wells. O I nua, V Hodpiimn. W A Wall,
Mrs Kiinl. Mtii ( arter, M a 1' Jncob'cn,
Ml.? O'llrlrn, This u'llrl.n. II 7. Austin,
llros I'lilllp ntnl Jtrriratn. Mrs M J How.
ell, W K How oil, I' Kiunincrfc'd, wife mid
datiRliter, Mrs 1, K Alii. Mls Kitlmr t'lhl
For KiiimI r rtmr .Mlkui.nlii, Aug 7
O II 01 miin and wife, W llarri and wlfo,
Col W F Allen, II drtiuiMt, K Llnlrmaiiii
and wife, ItWion Wi and wife, 0 1,
llrlio, J AMalioo, ll J Siullh, ami W
Hard to Qot n Jury The Old Elele
Tho public bind is playing on tho , ,
QikWb Hospital grounds this after- ' , Provisional Govornmont ts. Max
noori, I lino do Loon alias J. Deleo and Go
ronirno .uouinoo, ourmarr, was tin
only caso touchod to-day at tho jury
TOO BEADY WITH USE FEET.
W. E. Tiouoll. Suuorintcndont of i
Publio Works, has gono to Uana,
William Harris and brido havo
gono to Kauai to spund thoir huuoy-
W. G. Irwin left by tho stoatnpr
Claudino yesterday for Paauhau,
Most of tho dav was occupied in
getting a jury, ehallnngos exhaust
ing the panel made tleucieut owing
Portuguese- Woman Fined
Kicking and Striking.
EvtirylliliiR lijulpt along Hie city ftont,
sugar luttiing In very plow,
Tlip Mrnmcr lVtc ln rhiic on Hip Mu
rine Itallnay to Iw clc.iiicd and to liavehcr
new prut'eller put In.
The btrkpiittne lrmitard rccrlvrd the
18' of her mif.ir utrgn for the t'oat fruin
the st-niner V. U. Hull. 8hv will leac at
11 o'clock to-tiiorrmv niornltiK.
Tlu'liarK Altxmlll b the next vpel
to leave for Han Kranel.,o. As the Atln-it
ha splendid no.oiilliKHl.it lolii Intelnllng
passengers should mate note of this
Mr. Rosa Dauiea that Ho Han Taknn
Doputy Sheriff S. P. Chlllitigworth
of Maui is on a business visit to
Peter Qtiinu was arrested again
last night on tho same charge as the
Gorham D. Giluian and wifo havo
Kono on a visit to tho Garden Isle.
f hoy left on tho Mtkahala tester- t
There will bo a clearing salo open
at Ka Mailu slnro next Thunxlay. ,
Its biisino.'s will tormtuatu with this
John Magoou and Harry Kluegel
are booked to leave on tho liarkti
tine trmgard to-morrow for Sau
S. B. Rose, of Wilder'a Steamship
Co., aud wife returned from Hilo.
by way of Maui, by tho W. G. Hall
At tho regular convention of ,
Mystio Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., thi
evening, the rank of ,,equlro" will
The Suuduy ovouing mooting of
the Sovwith Day Advent ut,nt iJ.jre
tauia and Punchbowl stieets, havo
There are two spies on night and
one on day duly always ou watch
near Washington Place now. What
are they watching for, anyway!
Rev. Erie Lewis, late of tho Angli-
rati Uuurcli, is going to name
Creek, Michigan, to take a course in
the Seventh Day Adveutist college.
j to the large number excused for not
taxing mo oain oi anegianco to mo
C. W. Ashford for defendants filed
tho following objections to the jury
"1st, That tho persons drawn to
orvo ns jurors at this court aud
term were not selected from a list of
porons postering the qualifications
f iurors proscribed by tho Consti
tution. '"2nd, That tho persons drawn and
certitied as such jury did not, at the
dale of their being so drawn aud
certified, possess the qualifications
of jurors prescribed by tho Consti
tution. "IJrd, That no panel of 3(J jurors
has been drawu, suinmoued, quali
fied ami accepted as by law pro
vided." Tim objections were overruled and
except toiii noted. Talesmen were
brought in to make a jtirr. 11.
Annitage, Win Lanz anil .1. Winter
were excused ou account of not hav
ing taken the oath.
Ultimately the following jury was
drawn and ntvepted: II. Wilkin-
son, W. C. King, P. Lewis, H. J.
N'olte, Geo. Gran, J. C. Cluney, P.
R. Ienberg, J. T. Waterhouso. Jr.,
Geo. Gray, P. H list ace, S. Roth aud
S. 11. Rose.
In the equity cao of John P
Bowler vs. E. C. Macfarlauo and
others, owners of tho lato Elele t
newspaper, Judge Cooper has or- '
tiered an accounting before Chas. P.
A poorly-clad Portuguese woman
appeared id tho District Court this I
morning to be tried for assault and
battery on Mrs. Reid, on Punchbowl
yestoruay. Tho evidence of the com
plainant went to show that the wo
man called at her place, and after a
parley used somewhat defamatory .
language. Mrs. Reid ordered her off
the premises, pushing her off to the
gate, where the Portuguese wouiau
turned aud kicked and struck her. i
Defendant lestluou luat she was
invitetl to the houso by complainant,
that she did not use bad language,
and that she was pushed rather
rough! v out of tho yard. At the gate
sho admitted raising her foot to
kick complainant, but her kick was
Tho evidence of the complainant
was considered tho weightier one of
tho two and defendant was sen
tenced to pay a fine of $7 and costs. ,
Her husband being in court the fine j
was promptly paid.
Adeline Black Stockings !
Now Shipment Just to Hand
' ON THE REPBNTINO STOOL.
The Kutfjr of His Wifa Bogging for
This moruing's Advertiser reports
mo as having taken the oath of alle
giance to the Republio of Hawaii.
Tho Atlverllsor seems to know moro
about my affairs than I do myself.
I therefore desire that you publish
this letter denying the truth of the
Advertiser's statement. If I should
reo fit to take the oath. I would not
ask the Advertiser to make it publio
on "street rumor" but would myself
ask it to do so without fear or favor.
Honolulu, August 8, 181)1.
A good sized balloon was let loose
from tho Electric Light Work", iu
Ntiuanu Valley on Monday night.
As the balloon made its aerial flight
it was plainly visible iu town. It
went far out to soa.
Arthur Pealhorstonn, aflor mak
I ing the statement of his side of the I
I story in the District Court yesler
I day, walked over to his wife aud i
offered his hand to her. The tor
1 ribly injured wifo spurned tho offer,
and an ofik-cr quietly took the mau
away. Tho man showed signs of
meat irrief aud big tears flowed down
his cheeks. Ou arriving iu tho cell I
he asked for writing materials, which
weto furnished him. Ho then wrote ,
a letter to his wife, requesting her I
to send him a change of clothing.
Mrs. Peathetstouo would havo com-!
plied with tho request had it not.
It. lit it llsral all riuinlt'iiil Ariilriitp Ittirf. '
sivo from the authorities advising
her not to heed him. The woman
was very weak when she arrived
home. Mio has not had anything
to eat sitico the cutting auair ou
Saturday afternoon, leing unable to
Mr. Mary E. O' Fallon
f nna, 0., Mrs tbs Phf
Iclans are AMonlilird,
lei look at bsr Uk en
Raised from the Dead
Long and Torrlblo Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Cmptfety Cured by BooA'b
Mr. Mary E. O'Fallon, very lntemtBl
todj of riq.UA, OMo, was polioned while aa
lUUof phyilclstn at an autopiy C jtu aco,
and soon terrible dlcera broke out en bet
head, arras, tongue and throat tier htJr all
eaine out. Btio nclched but 78 lbs., and saw
no protract of help. At last iho began to
take IIooJ'j Sarsaparltla and at one li
proved) could soon get out of bed and walk.
She says i " I becatna perfsetly eured by
and am now a well woman, I weigh 128 Pis,
at well and do the wotk for lirga family.
Mr ' seems a wonderful reeorrry and
physicians look at tne In aitinlhment, as
almost Ilk rals4 fra Ik 4tm.
HOOD'S PILL8 should b la sfrry fuaOy
mt-ll-li- tvt-1 0 . alvsys ttstrT4,
HOUHON, NEWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian IManrt
3ST. S. SACHS
AHO fort Btrt, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THK HKST. TIipv nr very
r.'a.tln. Fjt Dlack anil arn
We have ilinii for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND HEN
In all Rlzes and (ialltle, In Plain Cnt'on, In
Threat, iu Open Work anil Drop Htltoli, . .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
WR ALSO HAVK fHB
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast lllack, for lwlles In all fllfos which wr are sellltis:
$2AI a Ihurn l'alr.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
When you enn gut nome
thing for nothing always take
it, tlint is if it'u a straiglit give
away, as is the case with thoe
Wash Dress Goods this week.
There are a good many ladies
and we aie
who imagine then
new in this line,
bound to get you
show von there are some
terns yon havo neer ween,
and at the same time give you
a chance to pick one out for
yourself for absolutely noth
ing but a guess. We are go
ing to loud up one counter.
The one guesHiig the nearest
can have her pick of the Pat
terns ; the second best well,
we will not mention it, but she
will be in it all right.
We might just as well give
away Toile de Nord as we
sell it at 8 yards for 1. It's
absolutely the best goods ever
offeied for the money and a
a wash goods can not be beat.
32 iu. Cotton Ducks at ITi ets.
a yard all fast co'ors. White
l.inen Ducks from Of) cts. to
Dritinh CoininUiioiier Ilawes rail
ed on Minister Hatch ot Foreign
Affair yesterday, but not on Presi
dent Dole as the Advertiser aiorln.
The bieyelo raeo between Jnbiiny
Wright aud Jas. Spencer takes tiltirt.
ou Sunday next at tho park. No ad
tuition will becharged. Wright will
rido a 'Humbler."
Admiral Walker anil aides aud
Captain Barker of tho L S. S. Phllrt
delphia returned tho eall of tho
Hiitish Commissioner, A.U.S. Hatred,
at tho Hotel this morning.
Alox. Craig, whoe trial iu the Dis
trict Court for intending to commit
au offense against Christian Friext,
was reportetl yesterday, hat been
found utility. Sentence was sus
i'lmhaln, the bunco man, was pull
et 1 iu yesterday for vagraney. Ho K
tho same fellow that goes around
borrowing money to pay freight on
articles and poultry brought from
C. B. Dwight is laying a s!dewalk
curbing of Hawaiian stone iu front
of A. F. Cooke'ii residence ou King
street. Hawaiian stone hccius to be
tlio favorite for sidewalk pavement
Douglas Drown will appear for
trial iu tho District Court to-morrow.
Ho is charged with iiitemluu to
commit an offeuno with iulcnoc
against tho person of W. C. King
aud members of said KingV family.
The model of tho steamer Claudino
has beeu returned to itx fnruutr
place iu theoQlceof Wilder' Steam
snip uo. it nan ixun at mo aim
winter Fair, aud returns, liko most
things lent, iu impaired condition,
tho gluis cftMi being broken.
Beautiful Enterprise Undertaken by
Hor Mnjosty. ,
I. . - - . . . " .
Queen I.illuoknlaui in atlversity is , touch rootl. Mrs. l-eatherslouo ox
as active, proportionately, in works i poets her sister from tho Colonies
of charity aud benovoleuco as she . shortly.
nlwavs was iu nrosnoritv. Tho
" . . t r
careu ami pioweu
Pr IUrkatla "lrmird"
Oiieeu has had rlc
at l'auoa n large piece oi land to oe i
usetl as a uur'ery. About ono liun-1
dred plots will be laid out, and each
plot is to w planted with different
varieties of llowers by a member of
tho Woiiiou'm Patriotic Leagu, one
member to a piece of land, each
piece being 10x10 feet. About
sovenly.fivo pieces are ready for
nintiltiitf.mil ns every iiuiik is not
Modal for Mnrkamanahlp.
reiidvluoulanliui' has been defertetl
uti til September 2. The place has
been christened ''Uluhniiualaina."
It is for a charitable object, the
llowers being intended for tlistribti
l tion to hospital ami sick homes.
WAB OP THE WHEELS
Two On-nt Questions to bn Docldfil
Saturday, August II, will settle
who is the champion bicyclist of the
Hawaiian Islands, and not only thi,
but it will also decide which is tho
"Dims," the Cleveland wheel or the
i It iiuhler. H. K. Walker, who dis-
i putes the championship with Henry
Giles, will rido a Cleveland, while
Uilc wilt straddle n Humbler. It
is worth anyone's while to visit King
street between Alapai street ami
General Grant'rt Well and witness
the wheelmen nt practice. Ruby
Dexter, Prince Cupid, II. C. Hapai,
W. Chamberlain, George Angus,
1 Charles Crane, Harry Wilder, W.
' Vela and 11 it Intend are among thono
i scuii on that route dally.
Pr. Trouaaoau' Effects
A Bulletin reporter was shown a
very pretty silver medal by Captain
Parker, of tho Police sharpshooters.
Tho design is Russian, tolng round
with sharp edges. This is suspended
from a silver clasp with red, whito
and blue ribbon attached. The
medal was made by Thos. Lindsay,
tho popular jeweler. It was sub
scribed for by tho sharpshooters to
be shot for by thorn with Springfield
rifles. Captain Parker, although not
used to the Springfield, bus won ouo
match, Captain liookauo ouo, Lieu
tenant. Kauae one. Tho medal is to
be tho property of tho ono winning
l two matches. Captain Parker tnado
the highest score in liis sccotnl
match this morning, but as Captain
liookauo will not shoot until Pri lay
tho winner will only le known then.
The sharpshooters have already
orderetl a gold medal .o be shot for
after tho silver trophy is awarded.
- ' -
The number of merchants who nro 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 tiny (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
tho day. Huying and selling Dry Goods is a pecu
liar business and one that tcqtiiivj constant atten
tion, and judging from the number of
"Clearance Sales" some of
have a stock of good, that
worn. T sell Dry Goods at a
you your money's worth. If
you are in
Under instruction of Messrs. Druco
Carlwright ami H. K. Molutyro, ex
ecutors, t ho whole Mock of medicines,
Hiirgic.il instruments, groceries anil
' provisions, including wines auu
fii.iiup.iguo, ueiiiuuiiig to me estate
' i.f tlio Into IJr. Trousseau, was soltl
at anctiou by L. J. Iovey to-day.
There was a large attendance, in
cluding member of the local and
- i visitinsr medical fraternity. Ihe
Thorn is hardly any water in the prices realized were good, and auc-
reservoir in Nuuniiu Vallev, and lint i tioneer Levey was kept pretty brisk
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nuint imijiiiu ri-mjji iw mi uh him i iiiuiiLMii.iii. nui ii'iiiiui.u vi'mihii-
Chief Justice Judd ami wife gave
i spread to coltciro students home
on vacation ou his premises, Xuiiauu
street, yesterday afternoon. After
enjoying the luati, speeches were
inntlo by several including rruHitleut
Dole aud Captain Cochrane, U. S.
Drehses. We are
how, step in and make
a guess on (bat counter of
Wiibh Dress Goods. You
ttill be nimble to rcs'bt
the temptation o
guess and perlwp- of
11. F. ICIILIOICS & (J),
city. Today tun following is tm
standing of the three reservoirs Iu
No. 1, '.I inches of water; No. '2 is
dry. ami No. 3 has about 1 foot !l
inches of water.
Tho attention of tho Superintend
ent of Water Works is called to the
ruuuing to ate of water at the
Puiialiou Preparatory school grounds
ot uiglits. rcoplo iu tlio viciiul.N are ,
fomplniuim.' ot tho scaeity of water
iu tho daytime, ami hero is water'
ruuuing to waste at night.
Mrs. Kokumauo, wife of S. I..
Kfkuiuano, clerk at the delivery '
window of the Post Ollice, died at
11 o'clock this morning. She was
delivered of a child a week ago last
Monday. Early this morning bhe
complained of a pain iu tho hem),
ami sho gradually became blind.
Dr. Herbert was suminoiieil, but be- ,
foro ho arrived she had passed away.
Mrs. Kekiiiuniio was about twenty
years oi age ami was lioru ou Molo- !
kai. Sho was married to Mr. Keku
iiiano about a year ago. The funeral
took place this afternoon.
A Successful Exjiorimuut.
The oxperiuient for destroying
chinch bugs, mentioned to the Ihi.
i.i.tin by Comiuihsiouer Marnlen
lately, works all right in Illinois', ac
cording to the following Spriiigliultl
despatch of .Jul) 11:
"Che recent experiences of ho
state board of agriculture iu exter
minating chinch bugs by iuocolat
iiigSxiuo uf them and thin iutro
ilueiug thexe poisouetl bugs aiuoiigst
others, is proUug a miccos. The
bugs, after being iuoctilaled, am
kept iu a eh wo box for several das
until they turn a dull brown color.
Tliey are then turned looo in n tield,
and iu ono day great inascs of tho
IuhicIh are found together turning
brown, then white, uud lluully burst
ing open, duud."
pioucr .Mnrruen iiougnt aqiiauiiiyor
instruments and patent medicines,
tho latter presumably to use ou the
J. J. EGA1T
514 Foit Street.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Corner 0.un-ri Nniianu His.
AT TUB ItKniTLAIt CONVENTION
of Mistic lylii:, No 2, K of P.,
the Hank nt KmiuIp'" will l,ron,iirr'il,to
which all Knluhe, arr ittnllnlly invlteil.
IVronlrruf the r.r.
UUI-lt K.uflt. AS.
FOR eA.T.B3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PAUT OF TUB CITY
Haloil 507-TELEPHOHE3 BU 460
shoddy or shelf
prolit and give
Dry Goods after the "Australia" eomes, watch this
L-T. S. LEVY,
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'s old place, Fort street.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY
to? Hoi St.. "TDomu Block."
51-95 Clou St., our Imoitti Si
Motul Tela. 33.. P. 0. Box 207. Motoal Tele, m
P. 0 Boi 101.
Daimaua Ku, a native liolico
was dii'iuisted from the force to
for misconduct. It is reported
he entered a Chinese store ami as
saulted tho owner. Yesterday even
ing lie punished I'eler Qiiinn severe
ly about the face, near the Umpire
"AM VAJlj:" Sjorc will
hold a Clearance Salo of Uh
Stork (if (iumh ln'ijinniiuj
Tliurmliiy, Any. Ulh, and n
tiiuii: (o the end of the month.
Th in Slorr will tju out of
tinnitus at that lime.
Come and pirk out what
ioi want Iwforr it in all ijonr.
Woolen I)n kh (ruodh. . . .Ifiu
Fo inrr prl e. 7oo
Scotch Ginghams 19c
Former price ,'l'to
Victoiia I.awns, 10 jards
White Lawns and Muslins
Hoy's Suits that formerly
sold for $10 and $0 a
Suit are now reduced
WILL UKHL'MK IMtAlTIOR
Bnretunia St. near Emma.
VYOUNO OKNri.KMAN KBOKNTI.Y
arrived in tmvu, ttcMlren titiit'lon
in an oineti nr vltwwhfru. KiiiiTlfliced
llook-kfftr ami wt-l at'inalntrd with
Carool llui.l.Kd.v Olllcn.
ChiriOHe, Japanose mid Indian (intnl
Indian Silks, Luces uud Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Seurts,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kto.
rSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
CAUUMKKKB, LINENS. LAWNS, MllSl.lNb
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hata I
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trunks. ValiRes, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ku-.. Ku-,.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
III SUL'ANU STHKU1
M KKC11ANT TxMl.OK.
PIT 4ND FINISH GUARANTEED
'pHKKK NH'KLY KIIH
1 nlslivxl Hooms at No.
4 Oanleu Ijohi.
NKW STOUK OK
.lusi tii 'i oivo.! I
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,. Ot) Ulid 1 ! klkl en tlwlucli. Tumu
Vt-ry reabiinatile. Aiiiiy at
SUITS rnou 1 Uf
lry Oouds, Fancy Ooods, Iiwuh, Eto.,
Gout's Furnishings of Evoi Description
tri. nwl tf
For Sale !
53s This is positively the
List week of my Clearance
Sale. 1 have already received
a large stuck of goods from
I Europe, and expect a larger
! stock from the States hy the
IS. S. "Aiihtruliu." These
ioo Is will tie piai; 1 on
1 LAIKIK KtlltNISHRIi
t ItiMitu for nlnxli' Kn
tlxman mltmtnl on lltire-
UnU strrot, l& nilniileH1
walk hum I'tmt OIIU'u
Thm Ihii IMlIu h iiim a- ni'w. S M on
iti-i unlit nt imn r k'.ivinu till) uiliiir)
Ilk. Cu'l nr nililri'M.
1101 tf IH7 KlMR Sirt-tl
Alt kind 11 (.,(imirniil frinlttiu
ironi)ilt tnulil il l'it "l" "l ''
HP I.I KTIN on'i,K.
A i waikiki on 'run
i niurtiT" fur one or two Sin-
1IIV ' uf Oeiitli'ini'ii. iHi.iril on-
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, ... ,. . .ll.MRI, ,'... p l" .!... r. hii-n,
hlll'ive UH llini'l'Ulliill IH'.M. niilaraiMMiuin.
week, and I can promise you
hoiuething new and novel in
M-vi'inl dilTerent lines and at ( V
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. I llMmlHiiln itri'i't II I'll t ulllllK. l.ttfKO l.ll)
AS Uhllill, !,, hiimllil Utnul, Mini usury ciiiivuiiI
J I 1,'fJ. V M I iim. Knitilr un irniiMii ur Mutual
. J. liiU AIN . ' TaUphuu uai HV-lw
Mtill, rilMKillt'l'MH K
ainl .NfittU iMlftiMiiil
Temple of Fashion
51 E'ort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga iaurtaanl ol Udlea' tad Cblldnn'i Sbuaa.
! Large Line of Summer Goods !
' Liuk linn of Wnoloini t 2fo, lliniiili'ttfa, III ynnl- (nr tl.im
Hrnwn ntnl Wliitu ('tittona, from S to 'JO ynrtU, f I.UI nor iilwo.
AmnakoaK tlinithntiiN 12 yards for J I. IK), Oonta' niul LailiKH llitthtnw Smu
, Silka, SaliiiR, SiirK", Lawna ami l)rin UdimU of nvory iliMtcriitinu
M. O, 8ILVA, Proprietor.
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'ly i?ljJJHl,n " OoiiIh por Moutlu.