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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1HM
LOOAZi A1.T5 OENEUAX NEWS.
Tlio dredger began work near the
cattlu poti this morning.
Court Luunlilo. No. 0000. A. O. F..
, will hold a special mooting this oven-
Wedmeodat, Sopt 10.
Btmr IwnlnnI from Kauai
Wi:iSKrur, font. I!.
OcrbV Sonta. Tleiimniiii, fur I lie tfoiuul
btmr Wnlnlcnlo for Knnat nt ft p tu
Btmr Mlknlmln for Knitut at .1 u lit
Stmr l'clo fur Mnkimull nt A a m
TiiK'Kkit for Molt.kil
Hour lwal.inl for Molok il
Cargoes from Inland Ports.
Btmr V Q Hit 1-OJTi bugs iinr, to lflc
cuIPe, t).' b.i awn, llMilli'", .ihorrui,
2i Load initio, 30 liugi, CJ JiIchj Miu-(Irlm.
Jndgn Coopor intends leaving by
' I ho S. S. Motiowai to-morrow for tho
I Tho wonderful strength of tho
i Cleveland bicycle is remarked about
WENT ON TUE ROCKS.
Mnul nnt Unwell i,rr etiur W O
It ii reported that Kamehamoha
Schools will havo an ico-mnkiug
plant of their own.
It is paid in Masotiio circles that a
Grand Lodjjo for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands U within tho bounds of possi
bility. Tho entertainment by tho Voting
llawnii-ms luMittilo will tako place
in the V. .M C. A. hall at 7:80 o'clock
Tho board of mannKomont of tho
llealani Boat Club will meet at 7:.'J0
ocioei; tins oveuiug tn me uuamuor
Near Her Desired Haven the
G, N, Wilcox Goes Ashore
llnll, Sil I8--Mnrh il P. O Ilituli.-ock, ti I ' -,"'.' ,.,.',
C 11. win, J U P.irls, T f W lis. Ilov o V I 0I I'OiHUierei',
Lodge thi! third ! said to bi
Emersion. F Ki.Mcr. J I" Linn. I! I) vlo.
Oco Osbornu. It I) Molor, A W Van Val-kt-iiburc,
A Himtielxri;, K Siralli'li, J
CouKe, J W Cooke, tti-v j Knlluo, 811 Km
lawutiinkn nnil wife. A II.ih mote, CI Ni
tllii, J K Kckau.n, MliTH Mnrcii 'J, Mli
ClmuVy, Mm Tll'lo Wll s, Mln I-coiio
Will, Jtn.t.r Coiilo Wilis, Muster l-ulu
Wills, Mlsi Knim atc, Mln l.'ilu
Mclni'ckp, MIs A Strtciiii'r. MIm Ken I,
MUs A leu Siull Ill's, MU-. Ablilu Kcknuli,
Mrs Wnltuu Kcknulil, MUi i Ino, Mr
Jolinoii, MIm Mnry Kaimkunle, M'm
Mnry Mnrtln, MM Vco Hop, ljnpliiv.illil.
ami 78 ileck.
For Mvil, in-r stmr Cliciillm,, Si-tit IS
II K II lleoker, Mn Stilt, Ml It ck.u.l.
Mtnt MiMi'ti. Mr Wilton, l)r Mow. Dr
Oliver, M II Koiitvr. V Witlroe!., MI-
I.mden. Miss II (.utvtloti, It J l.owilon, Mr
Knapi, It A Meyer, Mm luirpa.
Tho 0-rmtin bnrk SvtitA loll for tin
Boiu.d tu-lny in b.tlliiKt.
lhc (tcainor l'clo left for Mnkincll thU
morning with coal. Tliu Wuhlcala will
Iiavo for tbc tain place nt f o'clock tlih
Tho op"tiimi of n now aonio
Captain Woltors and Crow Boach
Honolulu in Two Boat Expedi
tions Including tho Ship's Compa
ny Oo to tho Scene.
Tho fino now steel bark Ooorgo N.
Wilcox went on tho reef at Kalau-
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Wines and Liquors
On SATURDAY, Sept. 22,
AT tl trCM-OrR A. M.,
I Wlt.L KCtt. AT rt'tlLIC At'LTI'lM
19cases Assorted Wines
System Broken Down' 0! lge wines and liquors
. . . Of the lltst Urandii nii'l Vnrl t'os.
Mr. Scuard Xaplln
NottU Volncy, K. Y.
Grin and Bear It!
I- jut what everv Indv must do who ha? bonfilit a Cor.et that doe not
fit ntr. t'or-.t liun;lit of us fit, because we only carry the popular
make, that lmve been tried and found the correct stylo
Distress Pains in tho Back
Now Llfo and Otrcngth Clvon by
"C. I. IIooil & Co., Lowell, M.im.1
"l)car Sirs! I do not think I re l any other
mcdlclno on the market so goo'l t.i Hood's S:ir
stparllta. I Invo taken only tlirco hotilei mid
qui now In better liealtlt tlan for thrco jean.
My System Was Brokon Down
that my friends remarked iip'Mi my Ldllns
rt.vay. I could tint keep nnj thing on my
toimtch (in I 1 sulTcrcd terrlMo itlstrcs,
i'.wl illy In the Iclt 5ltlo. I lud a severe pain
in my I'.iok an uu inno au iuji i coum nui urn.
utidur coiuideratiou by members of i Otailio, on tho windward sido of the - ' w, ... m
tho fraternity. I Island of Mololtal, about 1:30 o'clock i09ClS8PCUr6S
While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent hoo murchaut
of Des Moines, Iowa, had quite n
serious time of it. Ho took such a
sororo cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but tho prompt wo
of Chamlwrlain's Cough Komedy
mired him of his cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his example and
half a dozen ponons ordered it from
tho nearest drug store. They were
profuse iu their thanks to Mr.
Kahler for tolling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly. For sale by
all dealers. Uousoii, Smith Si Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
ra r i
Tho Salvation Amur held another
successful revival meeting yesterday ,
ovening in their barr.teks. Ther
visited the saloon- after tho meet-.
ing. . !
Alfred V. Carter injured his leg
jestcrday by colliding with a car
riao while riding. After treatment
at thecjueeu's IIo.-pit.il ho was tnlteu
Thirlj three cases of Gtiiuncss
stout has been added to tho wines
and liquors for the salo by Mr. Mor
gan on Saturday. On exhibit Ion to
A bullock died at the slaughter
house lat night. It came from Ha
waii and was landed from tho V. G.
Hall yesterdav afternoon. Where is
the S. P. C. A.?
A canvas village on the Executive
building grounds tickled ' public
curiosity this morning. One of tho
guards raid tho tents had only been
orccted to dry.
Souza, tho l'.irttigiinso who Is
charged with assaulting Kaiuala
with a broom handle at Iwilei, is on
trial in the District Court to-day for
assault and battery.
A luati til Wnipio on Sunday lat
was stopped by tho authorities, yet
luaus in town, pheasant shooting
and German parties tako place al
most every Sunday.
Daniel Logan, editor of tho Dt'L-
Whene'er I take my wnlkH
abroad how mini v poor I
yesterday afternoon. Captain Wol
tors endeavored to get her oh" but
without avail, tho sea being very
rough at tho time. Tho waves were
mlliutr mountains high. After a
short deliberation with tho oillcers,
the captain decided to abandon the
ship. Two whaleboats wore got out
anil provisioned, and iu them tho
crow set sail for Honolulu. Captain
Wolters had command of ouo boat
nudChlof OUtccrl3rauor of tho other.
The ship was abandoned at ti o'clock.
Tho boats arrived safely nt fi&O
o'clock this morning. Nothing, be
sides tho provisions and water, was
brought from tho ship, It being too
dangerous to attempt to savo anything.
J ho Uoorgo N. Wilcox was 1UU
days out from Liverpool on her
secoud voyage to this port. She ar
rived in Honolulu on her muidon
voyago on July fi, ISO.'), Hying tho
Hawaiian Hag at her foremast com
pleting a smart passage of 138 days
from Liverpool. On this occasion
tho bark would havo beaten her
maiden trip had sho not mot with
disaster. Iho best day's run made
on her maiden passago was U20
miles. Mato Urauor at tho time
stated that had it not been for calms
tho G. N. Wilcox would havo made
I tho pa-sago iu 1(H) days, sho behaved
to siiieuiiidiy. uaptatu wolters
then had command of her.
accoruiiiK to ono who naa visueo
ll.'forj I hit taken una hottta of Hood's KiMa
ti rllli Iho piln In tny Iwk was pone, the first
tPnn f"'r tvo yeirs. I can rat mi) thins find
t:t'p It on my piiiiarh wlllimit ilhfreM alter
wards. 1li"tro'iLI! with ray back Is oer anJ
I Can Work All Day
as years ago. When oilo rennrk upon the
i Intiiro In m looks 1 tell them Hood's Mripv
rlllnllilu " M:-.itiiT.ri.ix,N. Volncy, N. Y.
Hood'o Pills act easily, ct promptly and
efflclcutly, uu tho liver and bowels, iio.
Hobron Drug Co., Li'd.,
Sole AKi'nts for tbn Itepnblle. of Hawaii.
.-Tix, lias icceivcd letters ol (ioniza
tion, conferring all the privileges of
citizenship, from I he Executive
Council of tho Itepubllo of Hawaii.
Dr. Walls was the author
of many hymns, but the
learned anil revered veivilhr
wan never in truer tune than
when he wrolti the lines we
quote. He saw the class he
described, jiict ns they are
seen now, and many ol the
causes which in those days
created poor people, operates
in exactly the same manner
to-day tho greatest cause
was undoubtedly Inmi'Diciocs
Huvixij, mad w.'thte of money
in pursuit of tho will o' the
wisps of trade, neglect f op
portunities, not taking ad
vantugo of a Qricic Sai.k
and b.MAi.i. Fium-tp syr-lem.
Molokal and residod there, Kalau
oltailio is a verv bad place for a shin
to get ashore on. It is rough thoro
in either calm or storm. A heavy
current aud huuo swells prevail at
The members of the Honolulu I th?r Vo1 n nl1 t,,0.tl,T0, i . i t
Amateur Athletic Club practice nl n,ra',or 0f,tLo4 0,Kbvwru'
everv afternoon on tho new ba.oball PorU tl,n,1 ni "' tin, J1'?, G' N- "
groiluds for th.ir coming Held meet co.x M'l"ll.l11 '?, wt l w JJ
lug to take place the lint week in aIii, aud how they got so close to
ri,Vir.ii,.r laud was a mystery. Iho bark was
ut l0,K r' , consigned to II. HackMd & Co.
Tho steamer Mllmhala tlld not When tho captain aud crow arriv
leavo for Kimm v.,,ierdft afternoon, V!1 ,h,B ,u"rnt"K thoy reported nt tho
owing to a ieakago in tlio boiler, ueniinu Lonsumte, out ueioro tell
The dainngo h.-i'. li-en lepiercd and " !" Htoiy r the wreck they were
tho ite.vuer will leave at fi o'clock taken to 11. J. Noltos lunch saloou,
this eveniug. ! tuo lhaver, for proper refreshment
'- latter their exposure throuuh tho
Tho sale of the late Dr. Troun-' "ight. Ed. Suhr and Jerry Sirtioi
ycnii'ri earring-'., boats and itoc,,.s by
J as. V. Mo'gan wnl tlo place a'. It)
o'clock on haturday. A tlerirablo
Ivach lot nt Waikilii will be sold at
19 Lbs, 19 Lbs.
Ii tb-) talk of all wheelmen.
19 LBS. IS Mm ENOUGH.
H. E. WALKER.
Aksiii, llonol'ilu, II. I.
Cnroioini Block. Itrekiot St.
An I nho to close continue: '
33 Cases, each 8 Doz. Plu'3
Jas. F. Mlorj-j.'n.,
The Geooine P. D. Corsets.
We have In all styles and all sites.
The R. & G. Corseis,
Kitrn li.ng waUt, perfect fit, tn all sites.
Ferris' Goad Sense Corset Waist.
1 Perfect lit for all bps, best for litnllli, comfurt, wer and flntih.
The R. & G. Summer and Narsing Corsets.
nil idifs. The inuiner Corset Is lust the UiliiK 'or hot
Wf have In
AUCTION SALK OP
Try oar 50 Cent Corset, it is a
A full line of rites of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cents.
Boats and Stocks
On SVTUHDAV, S.,l. 22,
AT 10 OVLorU A. M..
I am Instructed by M- It CAltT
Wltlolll tti.l II. K. M IN'YltK, Ad
inlnl rutor o' the Ks ic"f tli iate llr.
lrotise it, to hell n' I nb'l" A'ic Ion. nt
my SnIero'mi,nnd nl-imt the lto.it Lind
lug, tjmen Street, the follow Iiik
Wods, llors'.s.Stccks, Rm E?iro& Foals
1 Top IliiRpy,
1 et HnrncKS, t
J1' Shares Mutual Telephone Slock.
f.HlMH- Dallv Ibillclhi Stock.
I Niiphllnt Wbulu Hunt, ,
I t'auviei llo.it.
I Clinker lltillt lloul,
I ll!UO'l:ri, i
Our. ll"'S, AWIIIIIl!",
Klc, i;ic. Alro, i
Leaie of Boach Lot at Walkikl, :
Jo pi. ir. iwtoi'Ritn,
1ST. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Rtrpct, : : Honolulu.
Tiiculay, Sept. 11, ISOJ.
ill NUUANU STRBKT.
iprter aM Dealer ii Enropean Dry and Fancy Gooils
Ladles' Wares of every deserlp'lnn Abo, freli lino of l'hltiee Oood.
Pongee Sz "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White anil Colored Mattings 1
Itest Hlack and Green Chinese Ten. Crepe fchnwls, Etc.
gWT- Kit Oita ran teed. Prices Moderate. -SKI
tar iE-Lifma,! Telephone 542 tit
KwongStngLoyf SING LOY,
(117 (IDS SI., "Thninu Block.
Mcloal Tele. 338
5 11o3 Klibl 11.. our lintiKt Si
P. 0. Box 207. $ Mntcal Tolc. 686
p. o. sot tor.
Tho meal cateu and the ' jJimus, Mll-lins, etc , etc.
, it was decided to visit i .... ' i. .. .....!..
of tho wreck, to liud out j Tlue new goods a-e trade
Goods sold on that hnsis mean
a positive saving to you
There is no denying this, and
no ono ever was made poor
Wo hardly know when to
commence, when it i;ets to
mentioning goods. Our slock
is so full of new goods. Our
White Linen aud White and
Colored ('otton Ducks arc well
We also have some lovely
patterns of Cotton Ureses in
Morning and Evening .shades.
These Crepes are new good
and will please you.
Also a full line of Furni
ture Covering We want ou
to look at them, Silk J'ou
tikhks, OlIKN'lU.i: Poit
tikhks, nnd as for Iirus we
have uhnost any kind you
3jr Next week- "Wjou:n
Goons will be heard from.
B. F. K11LKHS CO.
An niacin for r. fir.. iu.Io.s.Tiuker'h
Iihiih in I'mi'i'k '(i li-v wi tuni'il iu
about Stll'.l iM'iucI; eA.,rdnyoveii5tig.
The Lla.e wiis ,.tiiicuir!hi"l in quick
time, uu. I the OauniUM cuiili'i-il tu
tin) hunting nf n lace window etir
('till, which had Im-oii liluun . 1iih to
a burning lamp.
A policcmaii wis htaltbcd with a
dirk kuifo by u Chinaman at liana,
Maui, last ucck. Tho policeman
was ouo of a poo malting a raid on
an opium joint. Marrbul Hitchcock
learned of the assault when thu W
O. Hall called at .Maalnen Momlny
morning. Further particulars could
not bo had at tho t into.
ROOMS AND BOAHU.
or wiuioni ii- arc ; niiu.voi KJiijL4,'r
r rt-nati lainiiy fookinit ii-t;-j,
hIko btabln boom Pr ho m. App.y to
lleri'taiiln im t, next door to l)r .Vnder
boii'i, H.'i lie
THEY INVITE TnElH FHIENDS.
Y. n. I. to Oivo an Installation
Concert This Kvnning.
The Voting Hnwalians' Institute
will install their ollicers this
evening in tho V. M. C. A. hall.
After installation thu institub will
entertain tlnor friends with tnusiu
aud refreshments. A general iuvi
latino is extended, and no charge
for adiuissiou will be made. Every
body will bo welcome. Tho follow
ing program has been prepared for
the occasion :
1. Overt re -Snvornlun lloriuanu
-'. Iuln diioiery .
;i. ChoruH l)eried Am I.
MenduTh Y. II. 1
I. Voial Solo -t'huiii'vlrH'.
.Int. W. Muliillru.
;. stilus JiiTtt
Mtraii. ll-iiiii.lli, .1. Itonili. A.
M.e.pn - 't n 1 llraiult.
II. Chorur '' illtlll in .
Menib rs Y. II I.
7. fe'i!imli -lloeliiiiri-M llerilllinil
I'lol. llurtei'it tirrlio'ttru
s. Vof.lsolo- 'pun lb) l.vttie
W .1 I tl
P. In-i'riiiiieni'il l i .I'l-t'iiti'li'.
.Mi'--ih liar oiH i ii I llr.iiult.
10. l!niiiU"l.i tr'r. I'll id
Mi' nlrt Y. II I.
Mm ol 11. Itachrehl V: Co.'s piloted
whether nnythiiiL' could be done to
.save the vowel or any of her npparcl
and ctrgo. Cotixcquoutly about S:'M
o'clock Capttiu Wolters and all tho
crew, with l' A. Schaofer mill others,
left on tho tug Kleit for Kalaeolia
ilio to make an examination of tlio
bark's piedlcameut. Tho tuu will
reach the point about 2 o'clock this
When tho vessel was abandoned
she was thumping heavily, but had
not made much water., There was
no one left on board, and this fnctis
the chief topic about tho city front:
i how an old shipper like Captain
Wolters couiu leave tlio snip Willi
out a livint,' boul to letaiu possossiou
while any hope of saviutr huroistod.
There are very fow natives residing
near that place. If auy of them
have thu enterprise, however, to go
out to the ship aud tako jiosmchxIou
of her, tho owners of tho G. X. Wil
cox would havo a big bill to pay be
fore they could recover vessel or
cargo Sho has a full cargo of gen
eral morchaiidiso, valued, according
to ono estimate, at more thun half a
The steamer Iwalani arrived from
Kauai at 10 o'clock this morning,
aud was despatched at 11:30 o'clock
by thu agents to tho scene of thu
wreck to savo some of the cargo.
lid Suhr weut down on hor.
Tho Georue N. Wilcox is a steel
We begin this week with
New Goods, New Dr- ss
(roods of every description,
winneis as vou win
when you examine
Some of the best
the season are in thece new
X. n r
bark with two decks, 1107 registered
nud 1322 net tonnage. Sho is class
oil 1 00 A 1 Lloyds, having boon letter
ed iu that class iu December, lrt'.i2.
The bark was built at Londonderry,
I'ort Glasgow, by Ilussoll & Co., fu
Ih'JJ, and is owned by J. C. Piluger A:
Co. Her length Is 'ZVX)h. breadth
.'H'.nft. nud depth 213ft. Her port
of registry, according to Lloyds'
register, is liremeu. She is partly
iiisttruu iu Kremen. Hor cargo con
hibted mainly of Christmus and Now
Your'h goods and lujuors.
Do th-y not stiggeist
A New Dress?
New Muck Dress Goods,
New Colored Ditsh Goods,
New Cotton Diess Goods,
It is a good time to look ut
tho countless variety of
ilousehold Goods displayed
on our counters, such as
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits I
Colored Tweeds $7
English Serge G
Hoy .Suits (elegant) (j
mid Indian Goods !
fTo5?A Complete TAILORING ISSTAKLFSTIMENT
with Competent Cutters jnd a complete line of Knglish and
VmiM'icuii KuiiingH. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
"Wicker Ware m Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
ioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
MU New Coo(ls ' Lstest Oesigns ! Largest Stock !
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
SOI. Ill OAK IIKIMIOOM Mil's,
bOKAS, LOl'NOKS, WAItDKOIIKH,
MlllllOUn, MOULUINOS, KfO.,
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Ko'l of M Yards. l'.'.Cl.
And a Fino Quality for $9 por Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
iin-Kiiorjloe. K. Wllllann.
AND 611 KING STREET.
AHCIEST ORDER OF FORESTERS.
a i.i. mi:m nuns or eorirr i.rs.-
J 1.11.0, N-i liiii'l, nru rriiiio-toil in ut-
NY PI'.IISOX II WISd
V in ir.iiimt o.n lie i iii nt my .ii'-
nwr i lie
ut my .li'-e
lloiiMi or -I
I.IjHI. ,-illl l.lllilllt
WillklUI. I linve no ci.lii-illoli wl'll llm
llllllunl Color t n II- nt kitt-it, i'ii-iii
milil I ho IiUiIiicki tu II. Jt-fii on J. '"o- I,
lhlll J. I'. ISUW lit.
Honolulu, Kvpt. 10, UUI.
I nint.'M.l.Aritiiore.plmioal direc
tor of Y. .f. ( '. A., Des .Mniues, Iowa,
cays he can conseienttoui.l.v recom
mend Chainborlaiu's I'.dn Halm to
atliloloi., gvuinatH, IJ;cyelll", foot
bull plnyeih and the profession in
goiiKiid for brult-es, Hpiaui and di
l.u-iiiioii: ali for h,,reii"aud I'lilf
uosif lh" ni'i-i-li . VI.n applied )Hu, ,.,, ,,ritv Kiviu for PuumiUiuI I'mmI
bofoie tin, parti U'cniii" hwoli' n il , 1 1 :t v. uttuii Siitiiis in exi linnr.'i for oihr
will ell-el a cure in un h'tlf the i coii'urijn Iki-,, Hr,t...j ,.,.,,n;y..l l.fcis
"' ' n ' :. i i,-., t,.!,, In- H iu tefurileil tunny eariul Hie In anils
limn tumidly r,P"rl. lor i-alo l , .mM1,,iioti with Inwu rufcreurc.
nil dealer. Uioz-in. rtuiUU iV ti)., J.T. II Ucpuu to lureiuuy collector l,y
1-n.l ii hiH-elul Mi-Hl! on WKD.NKrfD.VV
hVf-.M.M, iu T-U oil uk.
IVrcnl'-r. A. McDOWAl.l.,
JOHN T. SK.O-WN,
)i4lt-r In lliiu'iilim unit l-'onln I'oxino
I mioiik. P O. Ilox 111, lliumllilil,
il.u'lt ' Agunts for tho Hawaiian Mauds. I ot.iouituiuit
You remeniher that last
weeU we advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you ahout has arrived
Uihhons, I.acc.s, Large Fea
thei.Ttpsand Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the maiiage-
t me t of u eomp lent milliner
I who is aide to Mitisfy the iikhI
. A- always,
.1. J. EGAN. 1
VTOTICK IS lir.UKUY fllVKS THAT1
ll tliu uinli.i.li(il tins hoi, I tiiti OooiIn '
ami I'li'itirU of Inl him: To'ii, ,oi lluiri
ht'ut, for tin-lioiii'llt of hltcrutiturH. All
lillh uualiihl tliu nl... vu Ilrin niiist In- .r.
i-iiiiti-il oner In-torn tieuiin-r I, lh''l, or no.
ton vor Imrii.l; inul all i.-rMiii iinlcUi .1
tolhu iilmvo ll'in ro uUi)itnl t. inaUi'
IliiimillrtU' inl iih-IiI lo Hi- niiii'rili;in',, I
I'.il) sl.MI I UNO,
Absliiioi' for Ini Hhk lor.
AN'M'AI. Mr.r.l'IM. nl
1 Mni-Mloiili-ri ol tin- .Ml ii il
'i i i.i-
1 11..NIC I'omi'v will li' Ik-M em- l iiiii
.iiii)' lliillil-iiu, on Mn.MlAY.H.i .'llli
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519 Fori. Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
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Large hue of Woolens nt 5e Flannelettes, IU yards for f Mil
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