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THUBSDAY, OCT. 4, 1894
Tbcmdat, Oct. 4.
Btmr Kaals from W&lanne
8tmr Walaleale from Kauai
Btmr Hawaii from Uamakna
Btmr James Make from Kauai
Thursday. Oct 4.
Btmr Walaleale for Lahalna and Hamakaa
Btmr J A Cummins from KalMokalllo
BohrHaleakala ftom Kalaeokallto
TnnIi Learing To-morrow.
Btmr Klnaa for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p m
, - . . ......-.
From Kauai par stmr Jas Makf o, Oct 4
Chop Fin and 6 deck.
TUe steamnr Klnau will leave for Manl
and Hawaii at 2 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. The schooner O. M. Kellogs; will finish
discharging her deck load of lumber to-
The brl Lurllno arrlred at Hlloon BpU
23d, 12 days from Ban Francisco with a
cargo of general merchandise and passen
gers. The it earner Walaleale arrlred from porta
on Kauai this morning and loft again at 3
o'clock this afternoon for Lahalna, Kukul
haele and Honokaa with a cargo of fertil
iser for the different plantations.
TW.0 TXKPOKX UCQISLATTCU.
Wtwkly Meeting- of the Executive
and Advisory Council.
W. O. Wilder, president of the
Councils, called the weekly meeting
to order at 1:40, with him being
present: Ministers Damon and Smith;
Councillors C. Brown, J. Eos, H.
Waterhouse, W. F. Allen, J. A. Mo
Candles, D. B. Smith, John Nott
and E. D. Tenuey.
Secretary Rodgttrs rad the ruin
tito of previous meeting, which
were approved with some correc
tion. Minister Smith read two petitions
for restoration of civil rights. Wm.
Wardell was one. whom Chief Justice
Judd seutoncuu to tix. months nt
bard labor for larcony January 25,
1892. He pleaded that his arrest
and conviction wore accomplish
through personal spite, and that ho
U a law-abiding citizen who had
never been a criminal. His petition
waa influentially endorsed.
Mr. urowa said tne jumciary
Committee had considered the peti
tion and reported favorably thereon.
He moved the Executive Council be
advised to grant the petition.
The other petitioner was Wm. D.
Watson, convioted in Hilo in April,
1890, for complicity in tho botnioide
of Japanese at Honokaa. He had
served bis sentence and earnd a re
cord in prison for good conduct, as
well as lor valor in resisting mutiny.
Mr. Brown made favorable re
port and the same motion as in tho
other case. Carried.
Minister Damon read the weekly
financial statement. Receipts were
$40203.73, of which 17000 was for
ale of bonds, $5349.60 Interior, 17000
customs, 11549.80 fines, $1018.59
Post Office, and $15,302.80 taxes.
The expenditures were $74,929.91,
being chiefly for monthly salaries
and departmental expenses. The
et indebtedness is $3,531,025.49.
Notices of withdrawals from the
Postal Savings Bank for tho current
three months amount to $28,711,
and cash on hand in the bank $03,
720.28. Available cash, current ac
count, is $182,555.58.
Mr. Brown reported favorably
from the Judiciary Committee on
the boundaries bill with amend
ments. Minister Smith has been authoriz
ed by Minister Hatch to read replies
to Mr. Emmeluth's questions, but aa
the latter gentleman was absent he
would postpone it.
Bills passsd second reading as fol
lows: Bishop Museum exemption,
labor commission amendment, and
' J. F. Colbura's ministerial salary
At 2:10 the Councils adjourned.
Long-lacking- Sport Looming-
There will be a gamo of baseball
at the Kamebameha School grounds
on Saturday, Oct. 0,.1894a.t 3 p. m.,
between the "Dandies" and the
'Twilights," both of which have
been carefully selected from the
best ball players of the school, aud
have been practicing hard for the
last three weeks. It will no doubt
prove a very interesting occasion to
those visiting tho shops, the museum
and the new one which has just been
finished. All are invited. Tho play
ers are as follows:
DADDIES. rOMTION. TWILIUUTS.
A.Akl o (l.LuwIs
J. Mausa n .
J. Smith lb.
b I.. Makananl
...Sb T. Apnl1
...ss W. Beers
...rf M. Kaultanei
...of W. Kalalwaa
If K. Montgomery
Substitutes-W. Auabu, W. Kaeo.
frocaada of the Catholic, Fair.
anpy Table..,,,.., 3&1 60
awaiian Table 118 75
Grab box 100 00
Icecream 101 (JO
Candy 117 65
Lemonade 63 65,
Admission M5 00
Total receipts 1281 85
Expenses 158 15
Netted 1223 70
Tho ladies havo covered them
aires with glory. Congratulatiousl
The Asaerlcan League hel( a secret
etiag yaeferdsy ayeulng.
LO0AX AD OlIXEUI WXWB.
The polico report no arrests la&t
t "A Wife's Devotion" at the Opera
House this evening.
Premises of Old Ice Works are
for rent or lease at Sprockets' bank.
Mrs. M. M. Thirds will lecture in
Theosophical hall to-morrow ovon
ing. The S. S. Arawa from the Colonies
is not sighted as the Bulletin goes
The Supreme Lodge, K. of P., will
meet next at Minneapolis the last
Thursday in August, 1896.
Mrs. J. P. Bowen has arrived in
New York, but is in bed with asthma
under the care of a physician.
Chester A. Doyle leaves on the
steamer Kinau to-morrow afternoon
for a month's vacation on Hawaii.
A Japanese woman was given fif
teen days on the reef for deserting
her husband, by Judge Perry to-day.
Master Reynolds, son of 0. B. Rey
nolds, fell from a horse yesterday
and sustained a cut on the forehead.
People are becoming tired of read
ing so much about the Kidwell-Oood
shooting match. Shoot, gentlemen,
A. S. Willis, U. S. Minister, and
Mrs. Willis are holding a reception
at their residence on King streot
Puahala had one hundred and
twenty days' imprisonment added to
his former sentence of sixty days
yesterday for gross cheat.
The cricket team of H. B. M. S.
Hyacinth went out to Makiki for
practice this afternoon, but have
probably postponed praotice on ac
count of the inclemont weather.
Jack Curtis and three natives left
for the scene of the wreck of the
Geo. N. Wilcox this afternoon in a
whaleboat. Curtis has beon en
deavoring to secure a crew for tho
past few days and at last succcedod.
H. R. Harrison, practical piano
and orgau maker and lunor, ran fur
nish beat factory rofnrwnec. Ontara
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt atU'Ution. All work
ruarantaed to lx fhoaarne tlnn
S. C. Allou iutonds to return from
his prolonged visit to tho Coast by
the steamer Australia's next trip.
His asthma is all gone and his sight
improved. He will bo gladly wel
comed by his hosts of personal and
Ah How and Ah Cheo, the two
Cbinamon who were arrested in con
nection with the cock-fight on Ma
unakoa and Hotol streets on Tuesday
last, wore fined $1 each in the Dis
trict Court yesterday for encourag
ing and assisting a cock-fight.
Mods. Maurice Poulain and wife
were arrested yesterday by Detective
Larsen and Captain Patterson for
selling goods of foreign manufacturo
without a liconse. The goods wore
lace. The couple came hero from
Vancouver by the S. S. Arawa.
E. A. Molnerny ot al. wore dis
charged to-day by District Magis
trate Ferry. Those were the defend
ants in the case brought by W. M.
Cunningham on account ol the re
fusal oi tne renowai of nls snooting
lioonso by the Minister of the In
terior. J. Kamala has boon given $100
damages for injurios received at the
hands of a Portuguoso named J. R.
Souza. Kamala is tho native who
waa lured to Iwilol and assaulted
with a cane. Souza was found guilty
of assault in tho District Court re
cently. A heavy rainfall occurred in town
this afternoon, moderating about
2:30 o'clock. At 8 o'clock reports
received by telephone from Kahuku,
Waianae, Waialua, Ewa, Kaneohe,
Koolau and Nuuan'u Valley state
that rain is falling in those districts.
The fall was heaviest on the Koolau
side of the bland. In the city indi
cations are that there will be plenty
more of the welcome rain.
Customs Officer Lambert waa dis
charged from the force by Collector
of Customs Castle to-day. The only
reason given by Mr. Castle was that
the master of a vessel which recently
left port had reported to him that
Lambert had been trying to steal
his wife's affections. Lambert was
not given the ghost of a chance to
defend himself, but was peremptor
ily ordered to hand over his badge.
The ex-Customs officer denies tne
allegations against him.
Tho Dalley Troupe places on the
boards this evening tho above thrill
ing drama, better known aa the
"Queen's Evidence." Matthew
Thornton and Solomon Isaacs
scheme for the ruin of Gilbert Med
land and wife. Thornton's hostility
is accounted for by the fact that he
was an unsuccessful suitor for the
hand of Mrs. Medland. His occu
pation, assisted by the worthy Mr.
Isaacs, is eoiner of counterfeit money.
jaeuiana aisoovers ais wue in a com
promising situation with Thornton
and endeavors to shoot the latter.
His wife impulsively interposes
and is thereby blinded by the pow
der. Medla.na escapes, Subsequently
he reappears under the name of
Philip Hanfield. He does not dis
close his identity to wife for fear of
arrest and incarceration. Twice
Tborntou endeavors to murder Mrs.
Medland and in consequence actual
ly kills Sir Frederick Sidney who
has adopted Midland's little boy, or
more properly speaking has pur
chased the child from Solomon
Isaacs who stole it. An interesting
sequence of events finally leads up
to the denouement where Isaacs
turns Queen's evidence and a gen
eral flood of light is thrown on
former obscurities. The play is
replete with humor and pathos and
the situations are thrilling in tbo
extreme. Mollle Stookaeyer ap
pears la her faatastio waltz between
acts and 2.
GOOD FI3LD BFOBTS.
That la What the H. A. A. 0.
mists on Saturday.
The second fi-ld meeting of tho
Honolulu Amateur Athletic Club,
on Saturday ntxf,promises (o eclipse
nil athletic meets given horo in thn
past. Punahou and St. LouU Col
leges have entered into tho spirit of
tho Hi in j.', and will endeavor to send
to tho front somo of tho best ath
letes. Bolh tho collegiate and
members of the club havo boen in
training during the past few weeks,
and all lovers of outdoor sports will
be treated to fino performances by
our amateurs. It has boon said that
all athletic clubs started in Hono
lulu die quickly, but tho members
of this organization purpose to show
that, when a club is handled pro
perly, it will stand for years. In or
der to help the club it behooves ad
mirers of healthy and invigorating
outdoor sport to patronize the
rlub, by attending on Saturday next.
The club has gone to considerable
expense building up a traok and
keeping the grounds in condition.
They have made application for the
Oovernment band to play on the
grounds, and no doubt will receive
a favorable answer. The entries
closed yesterday, and tho following
will be the program:
1 Quarter mile Geo. H. do la
Vorgne, Wm.' Armstrong, B. F.
Beardsmore and Ooo. H. Cummings
(H. A. A. C). Chris. Holt, C. Rice
and Wade Armstrong (Punahou).
2. Putting the Shot Goo. H.
Angus, Wm. Chamberlain, and Jas.
Spencer (U. A. A. C), D. Dayton
and D. Kupihoa (Punahou).
3. 120 Yards Hurdle 1st hoat:
E. Hapai (Punahou). L. Singer, V.
Thrum, J. Wright (H. A. A. O.); 2d
hoat: H. Hapal. Wm. Meheula, W.
Chamberlain (H. A. A. C), W. C.
Cummings (St. Louis).
4. One Mile Walk F. Oreen-
woii, . xiawuup, n. nice, a. uiujui
Wade Armstrong (Punahou), J. H.
Wise, W. Chamberlain, W. B. Bols
ter, Geo. H. Cummings (H. A. A C )
5. Throwing 10 Pound Hammer
D. Dayton, D. Kupihoa (Puliation),
J. Sponcor, W. Chamborlain, J. 11.
Wise (H. A. A. C.)
0. 100 Yards Dash 1st host: T.
Prjco, Wm. Mohoula (H. A. A. C),
John Hansmann, R. Kinney (Si.
Louis); 2d hoat: L. Gay, W. .Siiner
son (St. Louis), Chris. Holt (I'uns
hou), J. Wright (II. A. A. C); 3 1
hoat: J. Kalanianaole, H. Hap ', V
O, Holster, TUos. White (U. A. A U ),
C. Spencer (St. Louis).
7. Pole Vault Goo. H. Anirin,
Chris. Willis, W. J. Forbes aud Jas.
Spencer (II. A. A. C.)
8. Running High Jump Chris.
TT-it V TT-..I t....l.-.. I CI......
Jas. Sponcor (ti. A. A. O.)
9. Ono Milo Run-Obris. Holt,
W. Lowrey (Punahou), Wui. Arm
strong, Geo. H. Cummings, U. F.
Beardsmore (H. A. A. C.)
10. Running Broad Jump Thos.
White, H. Hapai, L. Singor (11. A.
A. 0.), E. Hapal (Punahou).
11. 220-Yarda Dash 00. II. do
la Vergno, V. Thrum, T. Pryce. Wm.
Meheula, W. B. BolMcr, J. Wripbt
(H. A. A. C), Chris. Holt (Punahou).
12. Obstacle Raco-Oeo. II. An
gus', W. B. Bolster, 11.' Y. Boards
more. Jas. Sponcor, IT. Hapai (H. A.
A. 0.), P. Gioasou, Char. Spencer,
Wm. Cummings (St. Lou(s), F.
Greenwel), W. Greonwell, Wade
Armstrong, W. Rawlins, C. Rico
Tho officers will bo: Judges
Thos. Wright (H. A. A. C), J. Con
radt (Punahou), J. Crowder, Jr.. (St.
Louis); Starter Jas. L. Torbert;
Time-koopers D. W. Corbet t, Chas.
Crano; Clork of courso D. Crozlcr;
Offioial announcer, Andrado.
KNIOHX OF THX STICK.
An Active SLsclplo of Qutonberg at
Threescore and Vivo.
J. H. Black, tho veteran printer
and oldtimo publisher of Honolulu,
Is celebrating the (Kith anniversary
of his birth to-day, by putting up
forms of type in Mr. Orieve's office.
Mr. Black is a thorough tnastor of
the art preservative. The Bullutin
wishes him many happy returns of
the day. Although so well up in
years, Mr. Black is still a very active
man. in tne snooting season no
makes a weekly excursion with gun
and dogs, and his comparatively
youthful comrades find it fatiguing
to keep up with him in boating for
Mr. Black was diroctor ot the Go
vernment press during the years
1801-8. He started the Hawaiian
Gazette and the Au Koa newspapers.
Also, Mr. Black was owner of the
Advertiser from Seplombor 1, 1870,
to September 1, 1880.
A Strong Horse
U TBI BE3CLT OF USINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrived per "8. 0. Wilder."
Oornsr Queen A Nnoann Bts.
Both Telephones 121.
FOB BXlfT OB MCAIE
X P'twltei in Mauann
Vallavknoan as the 'Old
loe Works." Q rounds con
tain lX awes. Honsa la roomy aim In
ooil repair. Applloailnna will harrlel
lor J louse sua urounus eiarui 'y ic n
wnole. Apply at Uauk of 01 am tin ti.W
4 Co. 11611
TWO I100M COTTAOK
at UunhVs duis-rv,
Punukbowl street, ftltli
Kitchen, lllnlns-rooiu sod Wm
Kqtnroom. Aient 110 ix r month
A USEFUL LOOAI INVENTION
It Will Fill a IiOnRfolt Want in the
M. T. Donnell. ono of our most
skilful loLal mechanics, has secured
n patent for 10 years from August
23, 1894, for what must when tried
prove to be an indispensable culinary
article in every well-equipped kitchen
on these islands. It is a poi strainer,
described in thu inventor's declara
tion aa being "for prossing and
straining poi, fruits, vegetables, oto."
The machine as turned out of Mr.
Donnell's workshop is a handsome
looking article. It is made in two
grades, one being of oak, and tho
other spruce. The oak machiue
weighs 43 pounds and the one now
finished will be put on exhibition in
E. O. Hall St Son's store. It consists
of 'a rectangular vessel but may be
made cylindrical if desired to hold
about a gallon and a half of material
and being open at both ends, a plun
ger to be operated by a screw with a
crank on the top, a fine wire sieve
resting on thin steel bars to cover
the bottom of the vessel, aud a
stand with stove legs to support the
other parts and leave room under
neath for a poi calabash or other re
ceptacle for the strained material.
Tho vessel is constructed so tbat it
cannot warp, and fastened strongly
with brass screws and bands, which
give the apparatus a gay appear
ance. Every part is quickly detachable
from tho part it ougages, aud just a
easily put together so securely that
nothing will get out of piano. Theso
features make tho cloauslng of every
part a matter of mere child's play.
There is nothing Qlmsy or breakable
about the machine, aud it can be
operated by a child of firo yearr.
This inventh n cannot fall to be
hailed as a great Iwon by weary
housekeepers, and thoso who havo
avoided the ise of tho nourishing
Hawaiian staff of life on account of
the difficulty of preparing it cleanly
for the tablo. It provides absolutely
against waste of tho material, as
not a teaspoonful need bo lost out
of the whole content. Besides its
use for poi, it will bo tbo best thtn
out for mashing potatoes, etc., mm
pressing fruits lujollj -making. With
any kind of caro cue machiue will
last a household for a generation, it
la made to strong out of well-sa-rout-d
wood. Warping of tho wood
woik is provenlcd by having the
parts tuado of transt orso layers.
Tbo machine is altogether a credit
to homo invention and handicraft,
anditouxhtto sell on sight. Mr.
Donuoll has a dozn machines in
course of construction, and will bo
prepared to fill ordors for more
with iXjm ditiou.
ul would rather trust that medi
cine thau any doctor I know of,"
says Mrs. Uattio Mason of Chilton.
Carter Co., Mo., in speaking of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Romody. For saio by
all dealers. Bennon, Smith St Co.,
Aifunts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1894.
We begin thin week with
Now Goods, New Drtss
Goods of every description,
Lawns, MtiHlins, etc., etc.
TheSo new goods are trade
winners as you will ogreo
when you examine them.
Some of tho befit bargains of
tho season ura in thefto new
Do tlipy not sugi'Kt
A New Dress?
Now Black Dress Goods,
Now Colored Dress Good,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look ut
the countless variety of
Household Goods dipliiyed
on our counters, Mich iih
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week wc advertised the re
opening of our Milinciy De
inirtmciit. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you about hus arrived
-Hibbuiid, Lnci'8, Large Feu
lhci.Tipnand Whutnotin pro
fusion and under the manage
ment of a competent milliner
who is able to satisfy tho moat
.!. ,J. EG AN.
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Good Health, Lively, Happy
Carroll and Lily Xli-cim
C. I. flood & Co., Lowc'-I, Mts. t
"acnttement Last winter, ray tea cltls.bov
and wife ro tatc:n 111. Tlio i!pctors salit tiiejr
trora poisoned Ijr drinking water from nti old
wdL Tlie two Kt.-It filled to rally tinder tlio
doctor's treatment, fcv.i, ngetl tjtir cnri. Irll
away st slio only vrelgtiTt U'J 1'u.i coiirIikI
aU ut Umo nnd was bclplcs:. rliyslcuns t ild
6ho Had Consumption
Illy, as 1 eljht years, was nearly r.s bid as
tra but being elder ami stronscr. licldupa lit
lltlo:i, baring a b.td coiish and very v.eak. Ha
was otllced ta lie djtra rnast of the tine.
One bottle of Hood's Sars::iarlll.i ("it him on
Ids feet nnd restored rfcet tierdtli. t belters
lIood- BirtiiKullH sired ny children's lircs."
Joil.N T llltow.v, htmre, Vemni.t. t)
HOOD'S PiLLS cure rll Llrcr Ills. Bilious
aess, JiuuJIce, ludUtiUou, Slelc Ucaliche.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bota Afcnts fur Ih1) Ke inb1l of Hawaii.
China and Japan
I'luen lor uimr
st k f jbncM to go luh' r ; no
country can fight mid wu.ue
si k nt the sumo lime. The
piicc h.is already advanced
and the papirs sta'e that
tho war is likely to bo "on''
for two or thru vuuri. It
behoove the careful u) or
to purehiise now We bad
nil immense stock of Japi
nrsc Gocds r-rdered before
war w.ti declared, cousc
quentiy wo can continuo to
sell at the old priec as lon
as our present stock holds
out, nnd then tho W.ir will
force prices up. Uur last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Morning Gowns
for Ladies nnd Gciita, bilk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, SereeiiH,
Lamp Shinies, Lunch Has
kctfl, etc., etc.
Hotel 8L (ArlliiRtnn IllooV).
Mrh. J. 1'. I1, ('i)Li.ai'd, l'roiirluro'".
that milk for babies, in
valids or hick people, should
be pure ; it ii just as impor
tant to havo the best quality
for well people. The Pur
veyor of tlio Qucfu'rt Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
Mipply and pluccH it on ici
until it reaches a temporal lire
of til)3 and then tests it for
adulteiati m. Tho Waui.ai:
Daiiiy, of which Paul Isen
bi'rg is propiietor, supplies
tho milk to tho hosphai, and
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absi'lutely pure. It' y u have
any t-uspniju is to the qua
lity you now use suppj-ju 3 on
try the W.ialae miiU fur a
month and nutj the differ
ence. Mi, f -enln rg makes
no b'lttu, consequently you
gt tho milk on which ci cam
will rise in an hiurortwo.
( Irders by tvlephone, either
line, promptly litLd.
Firewood 'free from borer
holes at lowest p ice delivered
to any part of Honolulu.
Tliis Evening !
I, J. I.KVF.V,
W. It. 1JA1LUV,
DAILEK'S STOCK COMPANY.
Thursday, Oct. 4th: t
'A Wife's Devotion'
SaturUny, Oct. Utlu
'A NIGHT OFF."
Ilia l'lau oicii at Oto ulllcn n I,. J,
"We ore making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make business. Wo havo just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladles' Waists!
Wo aro determined to clear thorn out.
Our 2.25 Wuiat will go for $1.25 and 1.50.
Our 3.50 Waist will go for 2.50.
law These are well made and good fitting ; wo have at present (all lino ol sizes.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 for 1 1.00 aro going very fust. If yon want any yon mast come coon.
The same with
Our tfOcts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
Wc hive Jnsl a few lengths left. Havn yoti st-en
Our Ladies' Oheinise at 36cts?
This Is exceptional vain?, trimmed T7lth I.Incn tice and well tti1.
520 Fort Streoi,
Kwong Sing Loy f
Mil dm si., "TQamti Block.
IntDtl Ttift. m p. 0. Box 107. s
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Snits !
Colored Tweeds 7 50
D'uomils 7 50
Engbwh Serge G 00
lioy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Oiiinuso, .Japanese mid Indian Goods!
rX-A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
Aiiii-ricuii Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 859.
New Goods ! Latest Desigos ! Largest Stock !
noun oak MimitooM sirra,
SOKAS, LOUNOES, WAUDltOUF.S,
MIUBOHS, MOUI.DINCI3, RTC, ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Itoll ot 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
Suc:eitorc to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
Temple of Fashion
610 DTort street.
Ladies' Underwear. Boy's Clothing,
Urfli AiMrtmit el UUm ail OUUrra'i Uew.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Large line of Woolens at 25c. Flannelettes, 10 yards for 11.00
Brown and White Cottons, from 8 to 20 Yards, f 1.00 ter niece.
Amoskeag Ginghams, 12 yards for 11.00. Gents' and Ladles' Bathiog Nu
miks, aaiins, serges, ijawna auu Dress uooaa ol every description.
M. O. BILVA, Proprietor.
411 NDDAND STREET.
IlDrter ana Dealer io Bnnpan Dry ni Fancy Goods
Jju'lra' Wrei ot crtty Jojcrlpllon. Alio, (rush lino ot Oblnew) Ouoili.
Ptngee & "Wliit Silk. Pajamas
t No. 1 White and Colored MitUigs!
Hcsft Black and Groou Chincso Tcu. Crepo Shawls, Etc.
Daily Bullotui 50
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61-58 KlD( Jl., smr lionitsi li
Mutual Tele, 68A P. 0. Boi 101.
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