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THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1891
TIIUR5IIAY, Sept. 20
Am bk 8 C Allrn, Thompson, 15 ilnys
trum San Francfoco
Vessels Leaving To-morrow
Bttur V Q Hall for Maul nml Hawaii nt 10
LOOAJ, AlTD aENEBAti SEWB.
Cbnrlps Soharf, tho blind nown
dealer, is now located in tho Arling
Tho now Selmet zoii Club will
met ovor tlm Merchant Exchange
at 7:.'!0 this evening.
If tho S. S. Mottoivni is in port
fhii evening, tho Government baud
will give n liotu'rtrt at the Ilawaiiau
IIotL'l at 7:30 o'clock.
Captain Thompson and Cliiof
Officer Johnson of tho bark S. C.
Allen have the thanks of tho Hulle
tin for lalo San l-'rancisoo papers.
THE WRECK OF THE WILCOX.
Tho Location and Condition of tho
Vossol Tho Result of the Iwft
Tho truo ronort of tho stranding
mid probablo loss of tho bark O. N.
Wilcox, from Bremen for Honolulu,
as published iu yesterday's Bulletin
was tho occasion of the chartering
by Messrs II. Hackfuld & Co., tho
agents of tho G. N. Wilcox, of the
steamer Iwalanl, Captain Freeman.
Tho twalaui loft port hero yesterday
tuoruitig ai ii o clock for the loca
From Ban Frinoliro, tT lk S C Allen.
Sopt a) Jmuei Jutt;r, lid Muxer and 1. K
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho report of the V. II. I.'s enter
tainment is crowded out.
A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of schools, has gone to Kauai.
A Woodward and Brown piano i
for salu. Enquire at this ollico.
Two fine horses arrived on tho
bark S. G. Allen from Sau Francisco
to day for W. H. Pago.
James E. Jaeger returned to his
island homo on tho bark S. C. Allen
today from tho Coast.
Tho conspiracy ease against E. A.
Meliieruy and others was continued
in tho District Court to-day until
the 21th hist.
Henry Davis denies that ho was
actuated by ninlico in his action iu
regard to the letter to tho Minister
of the Interior in regard to W. M.
Cunningham's licence. He says that
it was simply in the interests of
Tho Gorman bark G. N. Wilcox
which ran aground at Kalaeokailio
point, will bo sold at auction by J.
F. Morgan, at 10 o'clock to morrow
morning. She will bo sold as she
now lies, with nil appurtenances at
tached to her. Now is a chance for
Nlckols In tho Blot.
Yesterday wo published that tho
uicket in tho slot machine was stop
ped. Mr. II. Ivlemmo savs that be
wont to tho Marshal's ollico to lest
tho case nud see if tho game could
go on. Iu cousc(iieuce of his action
tho government took stens. This
was douo as tho saloon always de
sires to seo everything fair and
and Niiuanii street.
lay, wi'hk or moiiin. rmn: ami
!0 wnt rnf nftrM; fl nntl fl.'A'i wr
J. II. Souza wni given threo
months on tho reef iu tho District
Court today for assault with a
tion of tho wreck. With the steam
or thoro wont forward Mr. Humours.
corner Hotel I representing Hackfcld & Co., Cap.
t.o1-ini.- hv taiu Campbell, Superintendent of
r.o J I . , . .,',?. ,.- r, . ..
mo imor-iHiauu a. a. uo.; v. Lutuer
Wilcox, brother of tho vessel's name
sake, and Messrs. Preston, Bradford
ami Godfrey, representing tho Ad
vertiser, Star and 13u,letin The
vovneo from port to within ten
miles of Molokai wa uneventful,
Inflamed Eyes and Run
The Success of Hood's Causes
Croat Rejoicing A Perfect Cure.
By Jas, F. Morgan.
Wines and Liquors
Mlst Cora J. Ebcrt
deadly weapon on llninala at Iwilei. j bu,, Julor,.st uucamo brightened by
Souza noted an appeal. lho inomJllj. iulo viow Ilt tho wot
end of the inhospitable windward
side of Molokai, tho positive picture
The Board of Health received bids
for supplier of drugs as follows:
Hollister Drill Company, $281)1 ;
Hobron Drug Company, $:J2('J. This
shows the llollister's as the lower
There is no hanpiiies in life, and
liich con-. (()i ,y Us settled position and then
"T'o- i ' coujeeturos about tho possibility of
fci aud , ,or ultimate fate became pro-
ol a vessel with sail sot and seem
iugly en routo toward tho high and
rugged cliffs which even at that dis
tance could be plainly seen to oiler
n barrier to her paisago. That tho
vessel thus loomed into viow was
the wrecked vessel soon became evi
valeul. The smooth sea ami light
wind presaged favorable weather iu
the future u had been prevalent iu
the past nud the upward ascending
smoke from the tug Eleu, which
could bo seen close by tho wreck,
was an indication of tho little force
in tho winds that blew shoreward.
Tho Iwalaui made good speed aud
Heiirv Smith nsmaMorlnehaneory shortly after U o clock tho steamer
has for some davs been hearinir n i was brought to windward of tho
...l !a ! . i.. .......... It t f t ... I tvnwilf tMttti n
there Is no tiiUery Idee that growing
out of the (Impositions whi
secrato or de.ccrato a home,
seventeen bars of soap for
drink Morning and Evening Star,
Tho following are boooked at the
office of W G. Irwin & Co. to leavo
as passengers on the S. S. Mouowni
for Sau Francisco. Tho Muuowai is
due from the Colonies: Judge
Cooper, M'ns I'. 1,. Clarke, Mrs. B. i
M. Latlirop and Clias. J. Wall.
Whilo iu Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahlor, a prominent shoe merchant
of Des Moines, Iowa, had quito a
sorious time of it. He took such a
sovero cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but the prompt use
of Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others nt the hotel who had
bad colds followed his example aud
half a dozen pcrotis ordered it from
tho nearest drugstore. They were
profuse iu their thanks to Mr.
Kahlor for telling them how to cure
a bad cold mj quickly. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agent for the ilawaiiau Inlands.
petition to remove Wong Kwai from
the position of guardian of the Luk
Sang minors. The guardian has
just been compelled to file accounts
of the estate, after a delinquency of
seven yuan iu that duly. Hatch
and C. W. Ashrord for S. Ah Mi, of
ICahtilui, petitioner; Kinney and
Magoon for the guardian.
PRO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
Weekly Meeting of tho Rxocutlvo
and Advisory Councils.
W. C. Wilder, President of the
Councils, called the weekly meeting
of the Executive and Advisory Cotiu-
ells to omur nt i:.iu tuts aiternoon,
with him being present: President
S I). Dole, Ministers Hatch. King,
Damon and Smith; Councillors C.
Brown. 11. Wntorhousc, W. F. Allen,
J. A. McCaudless, D. B. Smith, John
Nott, Alex. Young nud E. D. Teunuy.
A pxtitiou from Vincent Fernan
dez, fur restoration of his civil rights,
A petition from tho Schuctzcn
Club was read, praying for the grant
ing of a charter for an electric rail
road, but only on the work being
dune, was rend and referred to tho
Mr. 13. B Smith asked which
Soliuelzeii Club win it. (,Laughlr.)
Minister Damon read the weekly
Mr. Ilroivu read several reports
from tho Judiciary Committee, in
eluding one on the request, of lilnui
Low for n reduction of rent on mmho
land at llniiiakua. The committee
said that the rent liaMugtieeudeler-
niiucil iu open competition it should
not be dixturbed.
"CI. Hoo.1 tt Co., Ixjn ill, Mum. i
" I fed It a tlnty to MMo wliat Hood's S.irss
partita lm done for nic. I wnj almost Mlml,
tiring compelled to May In a darkened room on
account of InfUmmitlon of tho t)cs. 1 alto
suffered ultli rtmnliix sores on mj- body. 1 was
In terrllilo condition. My tnollier tried ccry
thins Mio lier nliont and I was attended by
two doctors lint without helping rr.e. Khally
IIuihI's SaMipirlllt was rreniiimpiidml and I
litd not liken inn Pottles Pclon I I (mm In rut
belter. TI:o liilhinni.itlon loll my r)is wul ill
sores liealcd, anil the result nns that
I Bocamo Stronger,
and wai reilored to perfect health. At that
tlino 1 was only tncha )ears old) now I am
nineteen and I haro not since been troubled
wltliinyrjesor noticed any !;tn of a return of
tlm sons on my body, t can recommend Hood's
Siraiirllli ns nn excellent Idtiod nirlf)lni;
tr-dlcltn" MMSColtA i:nrUT, ll.iriieullle, pj.
Hood's Pills net rarity, )it promptly aud
rt:lllj.uii tliu Iher and bowels. Uc
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Agents fur tin' Ilouiblln of Hawaii.
On SATURDAY, Sopt. 22,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M
AT MY SALESROOM
I win. sr.M. at t't'iiLic Afcnim
19cases Assorted Wines
- LOT OK
ULLAGE WINES and LIQUORS
Of the Host Brands and Vnrl- lies.
And also to close coiislfmimrt!
33 Cases, each 8 Dot. Pints
Whene'er I tulco my walkn
abroad how inanv pnor 1
wreck witliiu a cable's length of the
O. X. Wilcox. A realistic picture of
the word painting of
" S itbi tint willed for snnnv Ule
Hut nevfr reached hf r ort'
While the steamer Iwalanl wa being
brought, under the competent guiu
auco of Captain Kreemau, into her
close position near the wreck op
portunity was presented to bavoa
good view of tho situation of tho
stranded vessel and lho surround
ings. Words cannot well convoy
the picture presented, so true, so
teal and yet surrounded with all tho
traditional aud imaginative adjuncts
that have been so often depictod on
canvas by world famous marine
painters. Thoro, within easy view,
woro the rugged, precipitous cliffs,
heamed with tho marks of tho olo
inents, barren, inhospitable, inacces
sible aud at whoso bao tho dashing
breakers gave ocular evidence of no
hone for safety, in hand or foot
hold, to a shipwrecked mariuor iu
his struggle for lifo. Iu the
foreground, and as beforo said
within a cable's length of tho
steamer, lay tho strandod bark.
Solid, almost as the rocks upon
which she lay, was tho appearance
of the vessel, only an occasional up
heaval giving evidonco of her mobil
ity. The breaking waves dashed al
most unceasingly over her sub
merged port side and tho crash of
contact uith tho uplifted starboard
rail could be plainly heard, and tho
Hpitme from tho recoiling breaker
Honied airily to leeward. Forward,
I he loosened and tdicctlcsH jibs flap
ped iu the wind and gave an idea of
action to the otherwise almost mo
tioiiles vessel, aud tho starho.ird
anchor, nlniuir discernible on tlm
committee reported , iM)W, fnst iu its shoo seemed to give
J. F. Colblirn's claim renson for tint tli'iii'lit Hint llm vi, 4.
for JM'J.iO Kilnn for four days as M.( was yet a "thing of life" and not
MuiiMcr uf lho Interior. They were , hard and fast on the coral rocks of
divided on the matter of fiee impor- Molokai.
latum of alcohol for the llinluip Mu-' The decision was mado that the
i Ii tlio talk el all wheelmen.
19 LBS. IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. E. WALKER.
Aipnt, Honolnlu, If. I.
Commlut Block, Itrtbtot Si.
Grin and Bear It!
Is lust what every lady mtist do who has bought n Corset that does not
lltlicr. Cor.eH boiitjlit of us fit, beeanie we only carry the popular
makes, that liavo been tried and found the correct style
The Gennine P, D, Corsets,
We have In all styles and all slns.
The R, & C, Corsets.
Extra lonf? waist, perfect fit, In all n.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comfort, wev and finish.
Ttic R, & G, Summer and Nnrsing Corsets.
W Inv.) In all site. The Hummer Corset Is lust the tblng for hot
Try oar 60 Cent Corset, it is a Stonner.
A full line of sites uf
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 lnts.
T T -T
AUCTION SALK OP
Boats and Stocks
On SATURDAY, S-.l. 22,
AT IU O'CI.Ol K A. M..
1 am liHtrnetitd l,v M,- r It CA ItT
WltlOlir nud II. V.. MclMYCK, Ad
mltiN ritor it' tlie Kaieof tin1 mu Mr.
TreiiDtu ti, te Kelt a I tilt' I Anr Ion, nl
my Knh-!roiim,ntid nNonttlie lluit L'liiil
lug, ijneen Strovl, the follow Iiik
WngODS, Horses, Stocks, Rai Esta'o & Foals
I Top llttpcy.
I Set llnriif.
'JOHharci! Mutual Telepliune Hlook,
Hharei Dally llnllothi Hloek,
1 Nntditlia Whale Itcut,
I I ii n vim lloat,
I I'llnker Unlit lloat,
Darn, TooU, Alillii;i,
Ktc, I'.to. Ali-o;
Lnu ol Beach Lot at Waikiki,
1ST. S. -A.OHS,
520 Fort Rtrpol, : : Honolulu.
411 NUOANO STREET.
iQPiler anil Dealer m Earop&ea Dry anil Fancy Boods
I.allei' Ware of every doorlp'lon. AlfO, fruli line of Olilne-e Oood.
Pongee & Wliito Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Hunt IMack and Gioon Chiiiiw 'IVii. Crcpc .Slunvls, Etc.
Of l'lt Guaranteed. 1'rlcei Mixlerate. -S1
tar E-ULt-aal Telephone 542
Tucsd'ity, Sept. II, JS04.
Dr. Watts wus the aiithoi
of many hyiniiH, but tin
learned and revered veroilii-r
was never in truer tune than
when he wrote tho lines we
3 note. He saw tho elass he
escribed, jtixt nt they an
fiten now, aud many of the
causes which iu those days
created poor people, opurates
in exactly the Himc inanm r
to-day the greatest cause
was undoubtedly Ix.il'dkmoi's
JtuviNis, mad waste of money
iu pursuit of tho will o' the
wisps of trade, neglect of op
portunities, not tahing ad
vantage of a Quick Sai.ks
and Smali PuoFiT syhtfin.
Goods sold on that basis mean
a positive saing to you
There is no denying this, and
no one ever was made poor
We hardly know when to
commence when it get-i to
mentioning goods. Our stock
is so full of new goods ( )ur
White Linen and White and
Colored 'ottou Ducks are well
We also have some lovely
pa't.rns of Cotton Cre,es in
Morning and Evening shades.
These (sivpos are new good
ai.d will please yt.
Also a full line of Furni
ture Covering We want. ton
to look at them, JSiuc I'oit-
(.Jjii-.xii.i.r. r ti
ll ml as for Kn.'.s wi
liuost any kind ymi
hi'iiiii, nml tmufil lor iiitthiir liinu.
.MtPiffUr S ni'li intnuluciHl n i111
to nitiiMiil tl.t law riihtt!ii to lliu
t'oinmih inn tor himiuldrh'.
Mr V iIitIihiix- inUi'tlcii'i'il a I ill
toil ii r ota'i' Him lliiii..iitii Klictric
l.'ht ami I'-.u-t mip'oiv.
ln'li-rri'il to llio hwi'iilivu Coin
iniitci), .Mr. ICiiuiK'hith, undor su-p(.'iipiiiii
of tlm ruli'", iirt-icnli-d a put it inn
from l'otcr Qu nn for l Iu ri'Htoratioii
vcHsol should ho hoardoil, n survtiy
of hur ootulitiou from actual iimpt-c-I
lion huliiK (ImiiiciI nocuaxarj', and
i nlrio thu ih'Hiro lo oudenvor to savu
Hiioh niov.ihh) raluutilu propurly as
could ho ohtdiiifd. Captain Free
man and hi L'hiuf ollU-ur, ni'com
paniid hr J. W. l'roston of tho
AthorliMir ami AuMiuiatt'd Vhm nud
' thu Uulluti.n ri'pro.soiitativM vro tho
I only vojaRur.", oulhhlo of tho boat'n
i ciow on thu purlieus trip, and
t hoardiim hoiuir olTiH'tid. thu work of
of hii fivll rif;hiH. Ilu had lt-i in-ipi'i'tioii ami caving wt-ut on.
o mvii'U'd of iiiayhiuii (hu had ialtu Ojwii into thu (lopth of tho cabin
a bilii out of LMivtiwi harnun'rto.tr), went tliu uowxpnpor iiiuu to find
ami promised to ho n Koo.l i'iii.n. ' ihouolvi' waist tleop in water ami
ftoforrrd to Judiciary C'ommitt'o. an occasional bruaUor making mitry
Mr. D. 11. Smith asltvd if tho Sio throuuh lho cabin skyliuhl iudicat-
rutary had askod for tumlurs for , in very tangibly to thum that
pul)libliiiiKthuni'flil financial ntnlo- wator wan lho prcdomitiaut iilumoiit,
We begin thin week with
New Goods. New Drss
Goods of every description,
Lawns, Muslins, etc., etc.
Thono new goods are trade
winners us you will agree
when you examine them.
Some of the bent bargains of
lho rioiison aro iu thec new
KwongSingLoy; SING LOY,
IU7 ClQl St., "Tdoidii Block.'
31-08 Iln St., out Imoitft li
iQitm Ttlrv 33ti P. 0. Boi 207.? Mutual Tela. 6S& P. 0. Boi 107.
Just Received Men's and Boys Snits 1
Scff Ne.Nt week NVih.i:n
Goods will he heard from.
Ii, P. UllhlfiltS & CO.
Dr. Hodfjurs, thu Sccrulary, mid
thu motion had not bec-u to "advr
t iMt," hut to ''auk" for biiln. Ho had
iwlti'il tho Gozntto nud Star com
punjoa for bidn, lut liad f,'ot nono.
Tliu bill rclativu lo bonds of Gov
ernment oiiiploycos was read for u
tiiiru limit ami paml.
Tliu bill to providu for purity of
eloetioiiH was read a xouond timu.
.Mr. MuCandlc.ss thought it wan
hard that a mau could not treat hi
friund oon to a if, of soda wator.
lie thought that was not ri'lit, and
moved thu MM'tiou bu stricken out.
.Mr. HroiMi biwd thoro was no ru-
Htrietion on tle candidate but only
on hih auut.
.Mr. Tuiiuoy understood that a
voter could not hau a (;in lizz if ho
Minister Sinitli paid thu bill Mm
ply fiillowcd tliu original Aimtraliaii
ballot law. iiefoiit that law was
pa-' d a man iiuht bu hired for '."
ir $10 to cany a U,i)r or a torch
Thu intent ion was to prohibit thu
purchasing of oters by any hiiuIi
Mr. .McCaiidle.ss thoiiKhl thu bill I
would prevent a candidato from
)iaiuua nowspajier for iuhihiiiK
ion miilMis. Ho preierrcit Hie r.ng
licit h)rteui, wheieiu a caudidate wart
limited to a certain amount of e.
pence. I'rchideiit l).ih i.,ii that was pro
iil. 1 for in this bill. The iuteiilioii
was lo piexmit auy corrupt expeudi
I lire of money. It uasacctiict ajainHl
one tin i as auoiiier.
The Mu'liiiii in ipc el ion pas'ed.
Thu till! paired with fuw amend-
At :i;0l tlm Councils went into
executive cession, on iiiolioii o(
even if not drinkable. Chartu, com
jiassen, dookr, jute, wore paeueii
iu thu boatn, but. lit t lu othor pro
purty being obtainable, mine of
tho cargo being ublu to bu reached
on account of thu deeply settled
condition of thu vessel ami tho con
stant iuroud of thu heavy breakers.
A ship's boat was savod by thu exer
tions of Captain Freeman, Mr. l'res
tou ami others, at much risk of life
ami much danger to limbs, micces.
howovur, crowning thoir ollorts ami
without accident, although thu
Klllltin roiiruseutalivu had a rather
close call from a voyagu to Davy
Jones' looker, fiispooliou satiaGud
tliosu interested that no good could
bu douo by remaining with tliu
riteauior, and at (5:!l() thu return trip
to Honolulu was comuienceu, tliu
Eleu having luft about half an hour
previously, urrivai oeiug iiinuu ai.
10:!I() o'clock. Tho result of tho ox
pudttiou is that thu G. X. Wilcox has
beou declared to bu a total wreck
with but littlo hope of much of thu
cargo being caved. Tho vossol will
bu sold, as she lies, at 10 o'clock to
morrow al. auction by thu agent of
thu umlurwritoM, anil tlmru arc at
present Mivoral prospuctivo bidders.
ti. It. Harrison, practical piano
iml organ maker and tiinur, can fur
nish best factory ruferonces. Orders
loft al Ilawaiiau Sows Co. will ru-
ote prompt attention. All work
'iinrautcei to i thu same ah douo
.I. V. Chapman caters for ban
I quels, social-, private dinners nud
garden parties. Weuilitigs a special
ty. Hu can be found al all hours nt
Saus Soiici or will call ou any ladies
or gciitluinuii who will addruifs liiin
through tliu I'obt OUlcu.
Do thy not suggest.
A New Dress?
New Hlack Dress (Joods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at
the countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
ou our counters, such ns
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
Colored Twee-Is $7 50
Diuonnls T 50
Eughbh Serge G 00
Hoy SuilH (eleg.inf) G 00
1 v. i
OliiTiHHH, Japiinosp and Indian Goods !
KSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters aud a complete line of English and
American Sidling. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wickor Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 Ring Street & 407 King Street.
You rememher that last
week 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
Kihhons, Luces, Large Fea
tliers.Tipsund Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
me t of a competent milliner
who is ahlo to satisfy the inot
J. J. EUAN.
St F f
L f & - .J
CD C33 J fmm
C? i O is I hj
t B -l-! S-5 I I
5 txi c a k
L ii s rr
Pioneer Furniture House
New Giioih ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
sin. in oak lii-mituDM bi'.rs,
SOKdB, I.OUNOKS, WAIUJllOllltS.
ailllKOItS, MOULDINGS, BTO.,
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr lloll of 10 Ybr,l, f IL'.0O.
And a Pino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Pianos for Rent I
Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
ISucciMxiri to C. K. Wllllainn.l
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
XTOriOK IS Hi:ilK1lY
i tliti miilt'riiii'.iK'il li-i"
hlllll lilt' ImIIIiN
anil CliHttcN of litl hlni: Tui'j;, MM lli trl '
hlrt-rt, fur tlm liant'llt of Iiim i rcitiiiir. .ill
lillU ii:uliiht tliu iiltuvi llrm iniiHt li iiu
(.i.U'il uii or ln'foro uciiilnr I, ln'il, i "i ,
luruvvr liiirri'l; hihI ull j"r.in- IikIoi.k tl
lo In uliowt linn ro rniiuiiil t um k
lliniifiliutu iiuyiiitnit to lli iiiiiIit.Ii'iiC'I.
I'Ol) SISII lOXil,
Abli:!in for lul bliii: Tkii j-.
1 Mofidioitlt m
U'M'AI. MI'.KTIM. UK I'lIK
ol I HI Ml ml, I HI-
111. INK ItlMI'VM Will !' In'1'! ! 111'' Colli-
.hii'h 1IiiIIiii(, on M"M. Y, 'In '.'llli
llli) if Mitlllll' r, Ml,ul '.' O'fllifl. l H,
A full nltiinl.i i'i' ol DimiUliolili r It rc
tiuli)tl, iu l)iilni5 ol lliiMirtiiiii'u will tin
iiruM'iitutl, II. I.O"K,
AitliiK f'criintry Muuial Tuiiiiliunu
Temple of Fashion
151& Fort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urg Aisortmeut of Ladle' ta& Cblldrto'i StiMk.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
LirK line uf Wiiuluni M 'JXm. Fl(tiiiiolottte, Ulyardit for tl.Ul.
lirovn ami Wliilo ( otiiiiiB, from M to 'At ynnln, 1 1.(10 our nloce.
Ainonki'it; liiiiifliiinm, 12 yrln forll.(X), OiuiIh'hikI LikIihr' llitthliiK Mmu.
SilliK, Sntliih, Sur'ii, l.nwiiN nud Dr.tKi (Inoiln of ovttry (Inscription,
I ivr. a-. SILVA, Proprietor.
Daily Bullotin 50 Cents por Mouth.