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!i SUji $ UWin.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, IBM
Hlinr Wulnlcnlo from llntiinkmi
Bliiir.lnini-i .l:ilt- from Kiiti.-u
Stnir Vnltn:iii:iln from Kmiiii
Hclir Hpfln from Knliu-nkiilll'i
Wkhsk-hw, Nov T.
I'rHiioli ar.-lil. I)iitiuy'rr(itiltil I'aro-
Jollp. for Clilnn
llrit S 8 Nil Ii:im, Kill),', fur Voknliiittm
Voeuuld Louvlni; To-morrow,
Atn fi'lir Alkf Co kr, I'tiili.illow , (or I'ort
Gargons from Island Forts.
aimr Wiilnli-nlp "II limit c.itlto, l!l Iiurs
M)Kr, '.'I I..1I-. lililux, 1 lilil willow
Slnir Jhi Mnko !n li:i- ilgur, Hi Ijjgs
rii't niut .VII li.ic-i i;ulih
Kroin llnuiill, -r Mtnr Wnt.ilfnli', Nov
7 W 11 Klomr.l mill iiit-ek.
l-'or Kmiiii, iHTKtmr Miknlni'n, Nor ti
ll Morrison, A II sjtnlili, K Stri-lr. niut
clillil, Mr KhIiiiiiI ninl .'HI deck.
CATHOLIC CHURCH OHO AN.
Description of Repairs to Bo Mntlo
on tlio Instrumont.
Roailnrn of Iho Ki'M.ktin will ro
moiubor I lint, n Ihw wukn ngo, thu
lad it of tlio Woman Cntholit.' Ca
thedral hiiltl n fnnov fair in tlm Arm
ory, Bnretanin Mri'i't, to tam fumls
for mpniring mid iinprovlni; tlio lariro
pli)i nran in tlm rntliutlral. Tlio
fair wat an iMttlro MU'ot'., tlm imci's
nary ainoitiit miuiruil bolng easily
raiiMul. The public will no ilouui
bu inturoslcd in tint following in
formation ri'KnrditiK tln work that
is to bo donu to tlio organ, and which
has Imoii furnished by Wray Taylor,
the woll-knnwu organist of St. An
The largo pipe organ in the Ho
man Catholic Cathedral was built
by Uevington A; Sons of London,
I'.iiglnnd, and has been in the Catho
Ural about soveuleeii years. It was
presented by n gentleman who did
not wish his name to bo known as
the donor. It has two manuals and
twonty-threo draw stops. The or
gan stands in the gallery al one end
ill inn iviiui'iirai. inu iu.urn mm
the improveineiits to tlio instrument
are to bo quite extensive. As it now
stands the player hat practically to
sit inside of the organ to play It.
This will be done away with, as the
keyboard is to bo brought out two
feel from the ease. The draw stops
are to bo arranged in terrace form,
while the draw kuobt themselves
will bo the patent oblique style.
There will bo an entirely new key
and pedal action, bushed so that ft
will be lunacies. 1 ho stops for the
LOOAZ. AND OEITXBAX WIWB.
Ten dollars is o He rod for the re
covery of a lady's gold watch.
iron's Shoes, $1.50 up.
M. S. Levt.
Flannelettes 12 yards $1,
M. S. Levt.
Members of tho Labor Commis
sion are advertised officially in this
At II.'IO to-morrow morning foreign
jurors will line up in tho Circuit
King street and Waikiki-ward are
alive with training wheelmen every
The Government band will give a
moonlight concert at Thomas Square
The symbol of pure milk and good
wood is to be found in the adver
There will be a moonlight bat
talion drill on Palace Square next
The Leilani Boat Club will hold
its monthly meeting at the Hotel
7:30 this evening.
Tho Young Uawaiiaus' Institute
meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
the Y. M. C. A.Jiall.
Louis Warren has gone to Waia
lua to arrange horse races to be held
there on Christmas Day.
The Leilaui Boat Club will meet
this evening at tho Hawaiian Hotel
to discuss matters of importance.
Embroideries, large lino, Ham
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Lew.
There was a brief set-to on Hotel
street yesterday afternoon between
Wilson the bootblack and another
Frit. Kuwaiti is able to attend to
business attain, having recoverod
from tho elfects of an accident he
met with tho other night.
Tho many friends of T. l Cum
mins were pleased to see him about
town yesterday in a buggy. Mr.
Cummins has been very ill for
In a spread advertisement in this
paper, tho Hobron Drug Company
talk to tho people on tho question
of increasing Income. Nolo what
J. F. Morgan will sell tho last of
the stock of Chas. Girdlor's goods at
his salesroom at 10 o'clock to-mor
row. Assorted Terns ana plants will
bo sold at tho same lituo.
A Chinese souphouso on King
si reet near tho bridge was entered
tho other night, but nothing of
value was taken, for the simple rea
son there was nothing of any value
N. S. Sachs is opening up an im
mense stock of new goods, latest
styles in wool dress goods, also a
lino lino of silkaliuo drapery iu
figured and solid colors; these goods
will lie npou iu a lew Hays.
TRAMP ON THE SEASHORE.
Two Young Men Tako a Walk and
Bee Strange Things.
James Thompson and a companion
left town Sunday morning at f:li
o'clock for a tramp around the
weathor side of tho island. They
reached Waimanalo at l:fi0 o'clock
in tho afternoon and the Pali at 1
o'clock. Two hours later the travelers
boarded a Nuuanu street tranicar for
town. Tho distnuco covered was
twenty-five miles, a zig.ag route
having been taken. Evidences of
some superstitious proceeding were
found atMakapuu Point, tho other
sido of Diamond Head Large stones
wore placed at certain distances
apart, and on each of them were
three smaller stones piled in the
form of a cone. Wreckage of toys )
anu lumber was seen strewn along
the beach, doubtless llotsam from
the wrecked bark G. X. Wilcox.
HOR8E RAOES CHRISTMAS.
Ranchmen of Oahu Will Provide for
a Oood Day's Spurt
Christmas Day will bo observed at
Mokuleia Hanch with horse races.
Already four running races ami one
trotting race, for which money prizes
will bo given, have been arranged.
Louis Warrou of Wniauae, It. Hal
stead of Waialua, Win, ttathburu of
Koolau and Bonnie Judd have the
matlor in hand, and they will enter
horses from their respective dis
tricts. Horse racing has been for
years all tho go among the ranch
men iu the districts mentioned, ami
Christmas Day is generally decided
upon as a fitting day for tlio events.
A number of town people intend
going to Mokuleia that day.
Tho local wheelmen have begun
active training for the bicycle meet
on Thanksgiving da'. Terrill and
Griffiths, the visiting riders of the
silent steed. fjo out with tho local
wheelmen daily and are materially
assisting them in their training. The
date of tho road race between the
visitors has not been fixed, but it
will bo within two weeks. The bark
Albert will not leave for San Fran
cisco until about tho beginning of
next month, and Terrill and Grif
fiths will probably be induced to
ride on tho 2tUh inst.
A Strong Horse
IS TUB UK.NUI.T OF U1INO
noon rKcn. ....
A FK13SII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived jut "H. i. Wllili-'.'
II. J. nakev
North Femtiroku, .Ms.
After the Grip
Roller from Hood's Snrsnpnrllla
Wondorful and Pormnnont.
"C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, M
"1 li.nl kUlucy tmulile nti'I i.re patni In
m)'l-:i''k, ttlilrti win lirouglit .iln.it lijr a tfuM
contracted wlillala cnnip at I.in .rtt-I.t in Mi.
I liawnpon troiiMrtt more or ! slnco lint
tliuo nml Iiiim l.t-en tin.il.li' to do any lirmy
work, miifli k'i ntiy WIIiii!. I ivi-plteil only
temtKirnry rt-llrt from ineilli-ltn-" l.at 'prtiii
1 bad an attack of tlio H'U'. wlil h left tno vsltli
A Bad Cough, Vory Woak
phyjtcfttly, In fact my ytem wai completely
rundown, t tried ntiottle of llood'1 8arsAi.v
rllla nnd It mado mo feel o tnnrli tirttcr tlmt I
rontllilied taklliK It. nnd liai taken al tiiiltle.
It li.n dono wonder for lne.n I linvotiot lieen
io freo from my old palm and trouble since tlio
ar. 1 consider Hood's .s.irwparllla n (lod-ietil
tilesslnKloiliasiiftcrltiK." William J. lUhKis
Kortli I'einliroke, Mass.
Hood's Pills euro t onstlp.itloii li rcstor.
lug tin) pvrliUttlc nrtluii gf the ullmeiitar) canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Self Afelitu for the Itepuhtlo of Mnwnll.
MEN'S .-. FURNISHING . GOODS
FOR OXE WEEK ONLY
Wi wl ' o ier Our Kntlro Stock of
O-exrt's 35n-u.rrLisliiri.g Goods
Zd ' At a Tremendous Reduction ! "&a
'I Ini i- io. I'nti h "nh' lull n I'.otm Klde Keclnct.'on fight through. Wo will
iiiriiMoii a 'c of the inntij hnrgslm ollered:
Mrr l.llicn 1'nlln's reilur.il to for J.V.
Mnti I.iih'ii i'nti. ."i pi r 'i.r ,
Moli' l'lll:l'llld !-. I Shlr' l- hI nnil'ltv, reililLV.i tilK
Iiir .' iitnlnril 'lilrl" In 1:1 Irltil, liet .iiiilltv, reilurpil to H SO.
M.-ii'i 1' nlic.l (Jj,..ii i-roiil Hlilrts vvllli Col :w attmhett. Htanaard make, rsduced
M-n'ol iiln'o rlilrl reilnfd fmin l in Vic
.Mi i I', no S Ik I inlrlii i rdu(M from I to t i.
.Mn Itiici' s-i'k ? ck r.-dm-ol nun I..VI to !. a p.ilr.
.Mi'ii' Kine "imKit I'IiiiiiimI .('iiiirhut. doulile hivasted, red'tced to I.'.
Men's - Neglige - Shirts !
: tim-iiiIxT thce Prices hi; iliirnlllce for
OKTEJ WEEK OlSTI-iY !
Ufginninp on November 1,
18IM, I intt'ml giving my
CtiMtdinci'H a clmnci' to win n
sivi'U orj'fin draw from tho riht sitlo,
tlioso for tho ronl orjjan from tho
loft. Thoso aro to bo rovorsod.
A vorticnl halniico swell podal will
ho another improvomonl and a
tretinoin will ho added. Patent
pnoumntio vnlvos will ho introduced
to lighten tho touch, and nil tho
pipes will lio taken out, thoroughly
oloantnl mid re-voiced. Tho tiellous
will hnvo tli reo feeders instead of
two, and a laro wlieel will ho tisud
in plaeo of a handle to blow tho or
L'nn. Tho coiilrad for tho work has
linen lot to J. Y. Hergstroin, who
will carry out tho improvements as
sisted by his brother, who is now on
his way from tho Coast. Tlio father
of those young men is a woll known
organ builder on tho I'acilio Coat.
Work will bo commenced vory short
ly and pushed right along. 1'ho or
ganist al tho cathedral is Sinter
Arsouo, while tho music is under tho
direction of Father Valentine, a
very able musician.
But Larson Bad His ingle Eyo on
Thorn jwid Thoy Aro in Quod.
A Chinese store on King street
near Keltaulike street was entered
on Monday night and the following
articles taken: Thirteen boxes of
cigars, eight silk Chinese suits, one
leather valise, a cigar holder and
515.50 in cash. Kiitranco was oirect
ed through a rear window, and after
tho booty hail been collected
tho front was unfastened ami tho
burglars escaped. During the same
night a Japanese store on Mauiiakea
street near the China Kugiiio lloiino
was burglarized, tho following arti
cles being appropriated; Three
dozen undershirts, about twenty
pairs of socks, a quantity of silk ami
linen handkerchiefs and a pair of
Chinese slippers. The burglars got
into tho place through n hole cut iu
the wall to let iu fresh air, a couple
of battens being torn away. 1 ho
burglars committed their depreda
tions while the proprietor and occu
pauts of the building slept the sloop
of the just.
Those burglaries wore reported to
Detective Larson yesterday morn
ing, and ho immediately put his as
sistants, D. Kokoun and Chung
I'oou, on the trail of four suspicious
characters, on whom ho had had his
oyes for some time. TIiomi men aro
sailors on the steamer Mikahala. To
day the detectives swooped down
on the suspects and caused their
arrest. They aro Kolona, Kakaio,
Keau and lliki. Iu a trunk belong
ing to one of the prisoners several
of tho missing articles were dis
covered, besides an ax mid a file,
which had probably been used iu
securing entrance to victims' houses.
Ivakaia has admitted in preliminary
investigation that the robberies of
.Monday night wore made by them.
Al Williams' Studio are to lie seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides fur lecture by the set or
Tho steamer Waimanalo arrived
this afternoon from Kauai aud ports
on this island, after an absence of
eight days. Her machinery broke
down several times, but sho man
aged to roach port safely. Her
('liiucso tircmeu have all loft her.
The Chinese residents continued
their celebration of tho Km press
Dowager's birthday yesterday ovou
iug. The National band playod at
the Chinese Protective Union's hall,
while fireworks wore set off on the
vacant lot at Hotel and Smith
I!y instructions of Abraham Fer
nandez, executor of tho will of tho
lato Maria O'Sullivau, acting under
order of tho Circuit Court, Lewis J.
Levey will on Saturday, Nov. 2i,
sell at public auction the residence
property at Kalihi described in tho
notice of sale elsewhere.
CALL AND SKK TS.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Horner ijneen ,v Snimnii His.
Horn Tki.kI'Honks Til.
I.. J. I.RVKY.
W. It. 1IAI1.KY,
DAIIEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
rm OPK LAST WRICK -m
Thursday Evening, Nov. 8in,
"Held by the Enemy."
.'lt'ltl.Y MATINKK, i! li. m , mid
SATURDAY KVKNINO, Nov. lUtii,
(I rami HnerUcuUr Pruduutlnu
POPULAR PRIOB8 I
DON'T MISS ONE OF THESE.
tmr Hex I'lau open at tlm otllce of L. J.
HOUSE AND LOT AT AUCTION.
IN AHi'OKHANlT. WITH AN OKUKIt
1 unil l.ii'un-i' ul Nile eiiU'reil ill and by
ilu i iriMilt fourt of i lie Kiral Ihri'iilt, Iu
I'roliatc mi llielMJth dsy of Octnliur, ls!U.
In tlm mutter of tlm Kstatu ul Marlu o'hul
llvaii, late of lloiiiilnlu. ilcceasi'd, the mi
iluHtnii'd Iihh rt-fiilved limtructloiiM from
Aliriilmni IVrimnilt', Kxeriltnruf the will
o( Kind Murlii (I'Mllllvuil, to veil at liilhllu
iiiirtiiili, at his ciili-srodiHH ill said llonn-
liilii.oiiSiA'll liHAY. thu'JIthiliyof No.
r, INU, ut !'' o'clock iiuon, thai vary
ti""iiihlH r-'iai"iict nrimurty Hltiiilu ut
Uiillhl uiniiiii, lloiioliilii, mm ouimiiii-d liy
llin propi-rty ii'uru.iilil I'linsNta ol dl-lii
of no iii'ie of liiuil, tll fuiiccd, and laid
out, on wlilrh urn a lurn uud IikikImiiiii1
iInmiIIIiik house, nciirly nuw, to:i'llinr with
-liililn. rurniiK" li 'H'-c, si-rvauts' itliirturn,
I'lilcki'ii hoii'.ii, etc., Iiflni; tlio iiri'inlsun
ilescrilii'd in a ilct'd from Kininu it, llt-uk-lev
to IMit (i'ulllvuii ami liomnim F.
il'Siiliivan, dated August :tu, IH'.II, uud
rirordi'd In l.iln-r '-', at jiiiL'e IIU-III.
The uliovi' Till oilers a lull iiiiiirttinltv
to urn a di"iralili liiiiui', iu tlm moat
lii'iilihful iirllou t'f tliu city an well a an
on iiitii; for uii-liiiiint iu a liH'allly wIikih
wilui'aar.' rertalii to rUc riiildly.
V-Further imrlU'iiliirN muy lie had hy
ili'lUlrliiKiif (' W. A"hlori altoriiny for the
!'.ri'i!nir or "I tliu utiiliirkliiii'd.
I.. J. I.KVUY,
Ilateil tllii .'III day of Niivnlliher, lu'il
Tliu ili'tniMid l'tir wliiU- int
ton Dri'KH CJooilrt (lining tin
Iiiht wuelc lina iiuliiccd us to
contiiiuu the silk of Uiom1 n
hmul until thoy uiv all -0M.
Ruiiiuiulifi' this inciiiin th.it
YOU lll'V TIIP.M AT .IL'sT HAT
TI1KY COST I'S, not Off I'l'llt
inoiv or one cent k'-s. Wi'
uiu't in kiii any moni-y on
this kind of hiiIc. hut it
gives us room for the im
mense, stock of new nods
that have anived lv lhe
We want to nuve off our
Hosiery at our tiuck Sales,
and Small I'mlit I'i'kms. mi
the La i Hits' Hi.aik Mm k
inos will o nain ti.i week
at last week's prices, or the
$.'l per do.en tines at $:'.. '27
per tlo.en. while the tf" per
do.en ones will at ! pi i
dozen. The same with Mi-a'-lt'K:
the i?!l per loi u ones
aro now $2.25 per do.en. We
also want to call Special At
tention to the in eniliecnt
White Cotton Kuihroidcred
Handkerchief-' offered this
wccK. I hey arc inn cheap
ones, it's the price of them
that is. cheap.
'I he interest jiImi inereiif-cs
in our Vnleano trip and it is.
quite cxidtiit from late re
ports that -Miidaine I'cle is
making ical piep irations Io
do her pint for sic has. Iieeii
throwing up fountain-, of lire
lifty feet hi--h during the lasl
week and every indiciitinii
j-och to show that hy the lime
hi aie ready to jo hhe will
in her "lory.
Heinciilher and sie cery
cheek, if you do not hae
enough you can j;ii them l )
frieinlH who arc making up ,
is. a ureal '
A POINTER !
The rainy season is com
ing, and if you want to shed
water like a duel you must
he provided with a Itain
Coat. T have just received
a new invoice of Ladies'
lOnylish Mackintoshes iu
fact, I shall make a leader
of these floods lor the next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
lady iu Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not he worn in muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will proliahly take the place
ot the white out s tor the
next lew mouths, and to
match these I have an ele
gant lit e of Tan Stockings
in numerous, shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or ITn
triinuiedV Ihitriinined ! All
right, ilust pick out the
shape. They are all new
and the very latest. After
you have selected one that
suits yuw peculiar style of
heauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you seltct the
trimming and I guarantee
to linish you a hat that you
won't he ashamed of.
Prize and not only One
On next TIltTKM)AV,
November 1st, every Man,
Woman or Child who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at iny
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be pivsenled with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
2(ilh, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the KirM
I'ri.e, and this I'ri.e will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store
number of 'J ickets
INT. S. S-A-OHCS'
520 Fort St.i-i'ot, : : Honolulu.
An Elegant French Crsh
mere Dress Pattern
Will be given.
Prize will be an
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wai-t (ex
cept au arm) as one of our
llclts. I have both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of lluekles. If
don't believe me eolilt
try one on (not the
but the I Jell).
.1. .1. K(JAN,
oil Fori street.
Ostrich Feather Pan
Valued at flu
and the Fointh Pr-.e will be a
Fine Pair of
ViiIiiimI it VI. .
1 he people o Honolulu
have patronized the Ti.Mi'i.K
ok Fasu lint rally since
its removal 1 the new quarter-,
at 5 111 Foil .street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence these Prizes. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry (mods be
tween November 1st and De
cember 2 lib to win one of
the above Prizes. Our slock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Trade especially is this
true of our Dress, Patterns.
We have been lo an iuliuite
amount of trouble but sue
eeeded iu getting the latent
shades and mosit beautiful de
signs ; this applies to our
ailks mid Cashmeres. Our
(Jinghaiiis, Lawns, While
Muslins and Krini-.li Lawns
are the equal (both iu price
and quality) of tlic-e sold by
any house in Honolulu ; also
I Mack Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas Cioods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
( J loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
ever $1.01) worih of (ioods
you buy mmi get a Coupon.
tcfir All these Piics will
be shown iii our window int
clllbs. This Wee
week for buyers.
Mutint Tnliiplinu" 507.
Dull Tolophuuo 4(10
Temple of Fashion
Mil FtlltT STKKKT
IS. F. HIILIOUS & CO.
Tli' l ' i
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And at All Times
A. , f-
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It I.- i-ry 'mmIv pii'i'iirril, uml if the iilnin ilirrcliiuis urn
It illi mi it, il will iilutyslirpH.il. llM-ry iiu-iiiliir ul tin-(ittnily,
fmin tin I 'iil-v t" tin maiiilf.iiln-r, run i-njny IIiiihh' Kuor IIkkii,
iiiiili-vitx inn- id tin in will 1 1 1 1 v I'i'tirr liciillli fur ciii-li switlluw
liny t.ikr. It iin'i"if tlii- iiii tile, 1'iiiilii-s tin-lilc.oil, uml
( ! ilu wln.li-siiiii. I'liililn-ii (s.t-i'iiilly ilcli'lit in IliitKx'
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iiii.tlii'i in. nil-.' uill Im- mining tin- lntiiii-sl rci'dllrctiiiiis n(
rllililii I ll rli.llirt- Ilu- py-lflii uf till-liiiiriillulls llllllliim tllitt
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tliit .irii- fi in mi m ii . i r t.iti of tin- l.li'i.il.
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r.tlimi nr .ui, rlii'inii'.il nr .irlilii ml .iiliiiixtun wo jirtiMt it it
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Ft li' ill- an. I ItiHits, Uiil Ilu in ilnwii, Imttlt- tlii-nt ami .huiiiI
tin in i.i nii. I'i rli.in. tin ti isii'i iiiintliiT Hoot IIi-it Ltlioru
li.rv in tlii' i I'lintiy ii" ii tn iiililu- i-yi-. Kwiyliiiily knows IllliK'
Ifiiiu hi. i. it rlii inn-. iU i'.iii'I u..ri..n-li nutiirt- Will ymi iim
iiiiiiinil It-Hit lli-i-r uml -.it ii-fv niir thirst .mil Mrrnnlln'ii your
li.niy, hi will V'.n n- .iihli. lal limil It. rr to -ai-a fi'W n.-iini(.-s
anil llllll ..tit In al'lT' II" It' IS It'll timer as lllllt'll lllKK"' ICutlT
IIi.ki. -"Iii t linn all "tli' i I! ml II. ir i'lrarts foiiil.ini'tl.
lIoniiiiN Dnt'i; Co.Mi'.wv
I.KXSON, SmIIII iV- CiiMIWN'Y
Hoi.i.is'iii: DiMti (Jtmi'ANv, Ln.
, "Wholesale Druggists
National Cane Shredder
I'viksikii t NDi:u i in: laws uf Tin-: Hawaiian islands.
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Hi- NATIONAL I'ANK SIIUKI)
.iiilu i-uiiiiiit'iii'i'iiii'iit of tin' crop
iiintiiy's mill t-xii-t-tliil any nl
.Mi. .I li ii A. s. .-ll M.ttiai i of tin Mil
m;: "i... tin! t.M.nl ..I tli. wmkiiiu ..I
)Llf, vMiuh w i- 1 1. 1 ti-il , tin ir i.ik
j Hft ii,utti.
" lllllliiU tin ..i-t Hit k I In' Iiilu Sue ir V
lis hiiiiu-i i I I'V i liwinu tin IJ.'i h. hi i- L'liiiitnii: null an tiiiliint of :KK1
t"iir. 'I In- i- mils in n-i-iit iii. .it- iii. in tin i.i'nt work of former yonr.
'Ilu-Him i..H. i mill In-ill!: .'ii in. . .'i in. .mil tlif two rollt'r'inill HO in.
Ii ilu in. lin I'n-t iiiill .1 tin., am. .inn ,.i w.irk in an I'llli'iunl niantuT
.mil witli i:n .ii . .1-. , i .. ni. .in. I unli t..il, mi wliulr imiio, (iwinj; in tlioniUKli
iri'i.ii.itinii ni Hi. i.nn l in. .N iiinnal Hani-siiHilili-r, n-t-t'iitly frt'Ctt'il hy
III. I '"lll ,.h .
' Ainl l.v ii- ii-i ill- . ii .. h.iii li.i. Im-i-ii im-ii-asiil fruiu II pi-n-mit In A jut
fi lit mi all km. I- ..I . u,i in. I li' sunn. i-a-i-F M) (H'li-i-iil h.is ln-i'ii roaclit-il j
lin- at laji I.i in,. Til 7-n p. ii . nt, ai i-.iiilni to iii.ility.
" I rniiiiinii ti im. I tin iiik-i irmii i-lin-ililiil i-uiii'lu.ti r ftul lliau front
" I In lu. .III. i In- I., i n tt.ikiii): il.iy ami nilit fur m-ni-ii iiioiiIIir uml Ims
him n mi i nun ..in-, ii ii h mm; iin tlili-il ilnrniK ilial tinu- ulmut nuvcnty
ili.'ii-.iml t"ii- ,. i an. . in, ,i i.u.-i ut ,,i K ii, m. lir, ralooiiK,
"lli -lin .Iii. i ami i IIJ.-HH i f iii nij hull' i, in .r aiti-ntioii,"
(,l'linf mil s.ii ii.. itiuiif .I iIiim siiiulilir, ma) In-n-i-n at lliiMitUi't" uf
WM. Q. IRWIN St CO., Id.,
Mi A)tnli for t Jlavaium JtiawU,