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You WSBt Your Children to Know the Meaning ot THE FLAG!
Evening i Bulletin
Op a Dime.
Will Help the
Take a Share in the GRAND ARMY FLAG FUND!
Vol. VH. No. 1388.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Obntb.
MORE ARMY TRANSPORTS
Senator And Benmohr From San Fran
cisco on Sunday.
Mrty.fiflu Infantry, U. S. Y., Aboard
Personnel or Army And Ships' Officers
Sixth Artillery to Leave.
Tho transports Senator ant' Benmohr
from San Francisco with tho 46th In
fantry, u .8. v., on board,, arrived on
tho harbor Saturday night, but wero
not docked until 6:30 Sunday morning.
Tho Senator was placed , at tho old
1 lehmarket wharf and tho Dcnmohr at
tho Irmgnrd. , ,
Both transports left' Sim Francisco nt
11 a. ra. November 16, and encountered
very high northwest seas and strong
hend winds on tho way. Tho Benmohr
being a slow boat, mado tho voyage a
long one, tho Senator bolng compelled
to slow down continually to keep com
pany with her.
Shortly after their arrival tho regi
ment was marched ashoro and given a
short drill and such drilling has seldom
been seen in Honolulu. Tho men have
been brought to a state of efficiency
which reflects considerable credit upon
tho ofllcors. Tho spectators, of whom
there was a largo crowd, showed their
appreciation by applause.
Tho 45th Regiment was mustered In
Inst September at Fort Snclllng, Minn.,
and Is ono of tho crack rcglmonts ot
tho Provisional Army, being composed
of officers who have all seen actlvo sor
vlco, and men, two-thirds of whom
fought in Cuba and Porto Rico during
tho Spanish-American war. The regi
ment has received considerable favor
nblo comment all over tho country. The
offlcors take prldo In their men and (tho
men aro proud ot their officers.
Tho headquarters of tho regiment
Is on board tho Senator.
Col. J. II. Dorst, tho commanding
officer of the 46th, stands high with tho
administration and Is an officer of con
siderable oxperlenco and ability, hav
ing soon continual servlco for tho last
twenty-six years. Ho was formerly
major of tho 2d Cavalry In Cuba, and
adjutant general of tho army corps on
(Icncral Leo's staff.
Thoro Is a fine band In tho Senator
under Drum Major Hannay, whose fa
ther and brother aro commissioned offi
cers In tho Third Infantry. He was
born In tho army and has been with It
Major Frederick, commanding officer
on tho Benmohr, has also seen con
htdcrable service. Ho Is a graduato of
West Point and has been twenty-two
years In tho army. Ho was formerly a
captain In tho Seventh Infantry In
There aro flvo men of tho 45th who
wero formerly of tho famous First
lleclment of Volunteors. Washington,
I). C. This regiment mado a record for
Itself nt tho battlo of San Juan Hill, in
Cuba and on Its return from tho cam
paign each man was presented by
President McKlnley personally, at Con
vention Hall, Washington, with a
bronzo medal ot honor.
These medals wero struck oft In tho
mint nt Phtltdclphla and wero made
from a cannon from tho battleship
Maine. They aro extremely handsome
in design and aro worn by tho follow
ing: Sergeant Major Callahan, Ser
vants Shcpley, Murray, Smith nnd
Tho transport Senator has tho fol
lowing officers ot tho 45th on board:
Coh J. II. Dorst (commanding), Majors
Blrkhauescr and Ireland: Captain Art
nnd Captain Simpson (Q. M.), Lieut.
Morrison (commissary), Lieut. G. P.
Tyner Battalion Adjutant), Lieut. J.
11. OwensJ Captains Leo', Boss Cogs
well, Capps, Loyo nnd Lieutenants
Flynn, Lawrenco, Taylor, Odell and
Officers In command of recruits aro
Captain Anasmlth, Lieutenants O'Con
noll, Kumpe, Brown nnd Dr. Athoy
fnsBlstnnt surgeon). Thero aro 010
men and 24 officers all told.
Tho Senator's officers aro: Captain
Pattorson, First Officer Swanson, Sec
ond Officer Bownes, Third Officer An
derson, Purser Snrgennt, Engineer
Dawson nnd Stoward Waltors.
Tho Benmohr Is a now transport In
tho Borvlce, this being her first voyage
In that capacity. Sho is a fino largo
ship and well adapted for tho purpose
of carrying troops. Formerly run
ning botween London, China and Ja
pan In tho Ben lino of China steamers,
sho was on Soptomber 14 chartered by
tho United States Qovornmcnt.
Thoro aro 556 men nnd 19 officers on
tho Bonmohr. Tho officers aro as fol
lows: Major D. A. Frederick (com
manding). First Llout Hllgard (Bat
talion Adjutant), Lieut W. 0. Burling
(Assistant Surgeon), nnd Lieut. C. A.
Mooes (A. A. Surgeon); Captains
Muntfort, Bternhousor, Illckeman,
Hand, Rodgers, .Lieutenants A. S. Tib
beta, Blaker, Watson, McCormlck,
Ryan, Munford, Howard, Barber, Mon
.lnr nnd Rhumatf.- Lieut. A. M. Wilson
of tho 20th Infantry, Is ship's Quarter
master, Captain H. m. ooie oi uiu om
Artillery Is also on board.
Tho nhln'a officers aro as follows:
Captain Wallaco, First Officer Mann,
Second Officer Beaumont, Third Officer
Gllmour, Engineer Mitchell nnd Pur
ser Blair. . ,
Two ot tho batteries of the 6th Ar
tillery now stationed In Honolulu will
bo taken to Manila In tho Benmohr.
Tho tenor of tho order Is ob follows:
"That Batteries A and N of tho 6th Ar
tillery now stationed In tho Hawaiian
Islands are relieved from further duty
and will proceed to the Philippine Is
lands In tho U. S. T. Benmohr."
Both transports will take on coal
nnd, after a few necessary repairs aro
made, they will proceed to Manila.
This will probably bo about Wednes
CHASING CHINESE PRISONER.
Walluku, Nov. 25. There Is a standing
reward of Jico offered by the sheriff's de
partment for the capture of Sam Pack, one
of the Chinese prisoneis who escaped
from the eane while-at 'work on the
Spreckelsville road on the 15 Inst. The
police department are in not chase tor tne
man who Is supposed to be In hiding In
the cane fields at either Gimp No. 3 or
Camp No. 4. Spreckelsville plantation.
Several of the police aflicers caujjht
sight of him on the 17th Inst., but the
prisoner escaped In the cane fields near by
and was not seen again. Several shots were
fired bv the officers to frighten the China
man, and he Isreportedto be nursing a wound
in tne leg caused uy a pistol snot irom one
of the officers.
HOTEL SITE SELECTED.
Geo. H. Paris stated this morning that
he had obtained an option on the property
bounded by Kapiolanl, Beretanla and
Young streets from C. M. Cooke. This
land will be the site of the new hottl
which Is being promoted bv local parties.
The location is a very desirable one be
ing In easy access of the business portion
of the town and between two car lines.
Thomas square which the property faces
will serve with its live acres ot garden the
same purpose of a larger area ol hotel pro
perty wouiu. z -
The purchase price of the'lot Is given at
f 20,000. The company to be Incorporated
will be capatalized at 1250,000.
Walluku Dancing Party.
Walluku, Nov. 25. A dance was given
at the Walluku Court House last evening
by Mrs. Dr. Weddlck. The court room
was tastily decorated with evergreens for
the occasion. .Dancing commenced at 8
o'clock promptly under tbe able manage
ment ot Geo. H. Cummlngs as floor
.manager. About twenty couples were
present and enjoyed themselves very Im
mensely. Light punch were served to the
guest idurlng Intermission. A special
train was run from SDreckelsvllle to brinir
the Puunene folks to the dance, which
kindly offer on the part of Superintendent
Filler was highly appreciated. The dance
broke up' at 2 a. m.
FEARS FOR GARONNE
Tho worst storm that has been ex
perienced in years has been raging
along tho North Pacific coast for the
past two weeks. Evidences ot tho fury
of tho seas and weather encountered
aro borno by tho steamer Mlowera
from Victoria and tho animal transport
Port Stevens, from Seattle, both having
arrived hero yesterday.
Tho Mlowera left Victoria, B. C. No
vember 17 nnd ran Into tho storm off
Capo Flattery, tho wind blow a hurrl-
enno nnd tho decks wero continually
swept by tho terrlblo seas that wero,
flguratlvly speaking, mountains high.
For eight days tho Mlowera battled
with tho elements, endeavoring to ar
rlvo at Honolulu on time, but notwlth
stnnding tho best efforts of her power
ful engines sho was a day and a half
lato, coining into harbor Sunday night
with her sides, rails and smoko stack
encrusted with salt
Tho experience ot tho United States
animal transport Port Stovens, which
left Seattlo November 9, for Manila, via
Kobo direct, was oven worso than that
ot tho Mlowera. This may bo Judged
from tho fact that although orders had
been received to tako tho northorn
routo, nnd tho Port Stovens is n
staunch ship, after a week's strugglo
with tho storm without making head
way, coal running low, and danger of
tho stock on board dying ot, exhaus
tion, Captain Whitehead decided to
tako a southerly course ana put into
Although having 509 horses and
mules on board, when leaving Seattlo
only two wero lost on tho way, ono dy
ing ot exhaustion nnd tno otner- or
pneumonia. This is a remarknblo show
ing considering tho largo number of
animals; tho largest number in fact
that has over been sent to Manila on a
-A great many ot tho animals arrived
in a very battered condition, although
strapped In their stalls during the
wholo of tho storm, 'but tho seas wero
bo heavy that they wero banged around
fearfully, and In many cases tho straps
gave way,' which necessitated constant
caro and attention from Quartermaster
Captain J. C. Byron.
Oravo fears aro entertained for the
transport Qaronno which left Seattle
November 15, with stock on board for
Manila. Tho orders wero for nor to
&ke tho northern routo and proceed to
Manila direct; as ardors were probably
followed tho Qaronno felt tho full force
of tho storm, and nows of her arrival
will bo anxiously awaited for.
Delicious almond macaroons, choco-
lato cclalres and cream merangues
fresh every morning at -tho Now Eng-
land Bakery, 24 Hotel street
SURPLUS IS ONLY $317,000
Minister Lansing Hakes a Statement
In Reply to Query.
Inference Hay Be Drawn That Honey Appropri
ated by the Legislator Is Still Unex
pended - Appropriation
What Is tho actual surplus In tho Ha
waiian treasury over and abovo tho
amount of money nceBsary to satisfy
all tho appropriations, made by tho Le
gislature from curront expenses? -,
This question was this morning pro.
pounded to .Minister ot Flnanco Lah
slng. The reply was:
Tho surplus In tho Treasury on Nov.
1, 1899, was In round numbers $317,000.
SInco that tlmo tho 'taxes havo como
In nnd tho figures will probably bo In
creased. Minister Youne was asked how many
or how much of tlionpproprlatlonsmade'
remnlncd unauthorized or unexpended
by the Executive Mr. Young thanked
tho Bulletin for tho question, but he'
would requlro tlmo to go over tho mat
Tho statement ot figures obtained
from Minister Lansing Indicates that
while, thero may bo a tvo million 1I0W
lar cash balanco In the Treasury .the
actual surplus Is not a largo one, pro
vided the Executive, gbes ahead and
docs tho work outlined for it by tho
last Legislature. Thus In ono fell
swoop tho much talked ot million dol
lar surplus la knocked Into a cocked
hat, and tho question nrlses,, Has the
Executtvo failed to do tho work outlin
ed by nnd provided for by tho Leglsla
tuo? Tho business men generally bo
llevo that tho way to dispose ot the sur
plus question Is to spend the money ap
propriated. 000 EWA BONDS SOLD
Tho Hawaiian Trust nnd Investment
Company and Its friends Joined forces
nnd put In a bid ot ot ono per cent
premulm and took tho wholo Issuo ot
Ewn Bondh amounting to $300,000. Tho
bonds aro ten year bonds, but payablo
I it-n,t i,n mtn r.f n nm. nnnt TM.nl0''60 ' 73
nnv tirvin nrrni tnrnn vnnra "nnv nrtnr I
Trust Comnanv will havo a. limited
number to offer to its patrons.
rendy n premium os ' per cent Is of
fered, which goes to show tho high es
teem In which tho Ewa bonds aro held.
Tho bonds will nil bo held by Island
pcoplo except such as nro already
promised In tho States.
Mr. Phelph Dead.
The funeral ot tho late Caspar Phelps
took place from tho Masonic Tcmplo
under tho auspices of Lodge No. 21, F.
& A. M., ot which Mr .Phelps was n
Mr. Phelps' health had been falling
for some, tlmo past. Ho died .Saturday
ovcnlng at tho rcsldenco ot Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Wright on Beckloy street.
Tho engagement ot Geo. T. Klucgcl
to Miss Nellie- Mclntyro Is announced.
Miss Mclntyro passed through Honolu
lu In company with Miss Harriett Low
ers on tho Coptic, Saturday.
Wireless Telegraphy Stock.
At noon today the assessable stock
of tho Inter-Island Telegraph Co. was
subscribed twice over.
The Mallo-lllma team will mako ar
rangements with tho Punnhous to play
a match garao ThankBglvlng Day.
It Is estimated that 20,000 tons of
sugar will b"o turned out from tho plan
tation of Koanapall during the present
Remember your friends by mailing
them a copy of tho "Aloha Collection
of Hawaiian Songs," per tho Australia
which sail tomorrow afternoon. For
salo at tho Hawaiian Bazaar. Masonic
Tcmplo, corner Hotel and Alakea
Tho transports Pathan and City of
Sydney did not get away ub expected
Friday. Tho delay was caused by
tho loading ot Ice and meat on tho City
of Sydney, taking up moro tlmo than
was anticipated. Both vessels put to
sea at 8 o'clock Saturday.
Tho bark C. D. Bryant Is tho first
foreign vessel to discharge coal at Kaa
uanall. Slnco her arrival sho baa
caused tho Custom Houso guard con
siderable anxiety, ho apparently think
ing thero was considerable opium on
board. Last Sunday with a dozen as
sistants ho searched tho ship from top
to bottom, but with no results. The
crew finally presented him with a gold
brick, which was eagerly solzed.
A Polo who was arrested in New
York tbe other, day for putting a ba
nana peel in a letter box explained that
In his own country boxes aro attached
to posts tor tho reception ot refuse, and
ho thought that tho samo system of
garbago collection was In vogue In the
AH FAR WINS THE TRIBUNE
Practically An Even Race And Lubeck
Gets a Wheel.
Everybody Happy Opera House And Or
pheum And Thanksgiving Loan at Long
Branch -Mine Host Vlda.
After a strugglo of threo months.
which was tightly contested, tho great
Tribune, bicycle raco Instituted byvtho
Bulletin ror tho nowsboys camo to a
finish on Saturday last amid great re
joicing on tho part of Ah Far tho win
ner and lus constituents, and a corres
ponding disappointment In tho ranks of
Lubeck and his helpers.
For tho last two months tho contest
for first placo has been between tho two
boys named who havo mado a great
record for themselves as hustlers with
llvo Bulletins nnd when tho results ot
tho contest wero summed up It was
found that tho win was by only four
Recognizing that tho raco was virtu
ally 11 tie .and taking Into considera
tion tho etlorts of tho two boys, tho
management ot tho Bulletin has decid
ed to glvo Lubeck a Trlbuno blko the
counterpart of tho wheel won by Ah
rar. 1110 enterprise 01 mo mu win uo
thus rowarded In n fitting manner.
This will bo a grcnt week for tho
Bulletin nowsboys. Forty of thorn hav
ing tho highest scores will uo taken to
tho opera or tho Orpncum and on
Thanksgiving Day all tho Bulletin boys
wilt be given a grand lunu at Long
So as to glvo thorn a day without
business caro thero will bo no Ibbuo ot
tho Bulletin on tho holiday nnd from
early In the morning until sundown tho
boys will own tho popular beach ro
Bort so well conducted by mine host
Ah Far 9523
F. Lubeck 0500
C. Louis 1985
Nlon Yin M20
Frank Stone 1288
John Shaw 1032
Willie Sylva 801
Ed. Medeirps 64
Ah Kin 583
George Crowell 301
Bill Reidel 273
Ah Fong 271
J. Keki 2(56
David (Liilii) 240
Ivan Shunk 199
Atone : 104
H. Keki 1S5
En Chee 145
M. Smith 142
Manuel Costa 139
Jno. P '. - 134
Enrato Sylva 124
Johnnie Sylva 114
Willie Cunha 114
Frank Yasso '. 104
Charlie Williams 93
A. Hewett 84
H. Aylett .., 77
ERMINIB SATURDAY NIGHT.
Tho opera Ermlnlo was produced Sat
urday night by tho Boston Lyrics to a
good sized houso. '
Tho music ot tho opera Is familiar to
all lovcra ot music and was greatly ap
preciated. Tho lullaby as sung by Miss
Stanton, was particularly well done.
Messrs. Henderson and Kuunkol's com
edy work was up to its standard as was
also tho singing ot Miss Andrews.
Tho company so far has proven n
sourco of great plcasuro, as overythlng
connected with good opera to mako It
successful has been done. Good prin
cipals, a good choruB and beautiful cos
tumes aro bound to insuro tho Boston
Lyrics a continued success.
Mrs. Gibbon (nee Lanl Atkinson),
was a passenger from Vancouver In thq
Mlowera Sunday. Mrs'. Gibbons, who Is
tho wlfo ot an English officer now In
South Africa, comes to Honolulu to
spend a short tlmo with her father and
mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Atkinson,
In tho land ot her birth.
"BOB" WILCOX HAS GONE
Washington To Fight For The
Will Join Attorney Edgar Caypless Who Will
Lecture on Hawaiian Islands Wilcox's
Robcrt W. Wilcox Is now" on his way
to San Francisco in tho stenmer Cop
tic. About a half hour beforo that ves
sel left ho procured a ticket In the placo
of an Italian friend ho hnd booked sev
eral days previous. But few of his
friends know of his Intended departure,
as ho had taken great pains to keep tho
Robert has gono to Washington to
confer with ex-Queen Lllluokalanl In
tho mnttcr of Crown Lands. Later on
ho will Join Edgar Caypless, tho attor
ney who has mado a study of tho gene
alogy of Kamchamcha III, whom ho
claims was tho rightful owner of tho
It Is stated on good nuthorlty that
Mr. Caypless will soon tour tho United
States from North to South and .from
East to West, lecturing on tho Islands'
nnd getting tho sympathy of tho peo
plo In tho matter to which ho has de
voted so much time. Ho believes tbat
by doing this ho can gain moro than
by appealing to tho Government at
Mr. Wilcox goes to furnish such In
formation as may not bo available. His
Intention Is to work tooth and nnll for
tho recovery of the Crown Lands nnd
not for tho governorship of the Terri
tory of Hawaii.
a New map of oaiiu.
A new map of this Island has for n
long tlmo been greatly needed, tho old
government map which was Issued In
1881, having been complied beforo
many of the recent Improvements, In
cluding tho Oahu Railway and the
largo sugar plantations wero In exist
ence. Mr. Job. T. Taylor tho hydraulic
engineer, has met this want, having
had a carcfuly compiled map drawn
which shows In great detail nil Import
ant Improvements up to date. The
map was mado under Mr. Taylor's su
pervision, by Mr. T. D. Beaslcy, an ex
perienced draughtsman, who was em
ployed for years in tho united mates
Surveyor General's ofllco In San Fran
cisco and has slnco compiled and pub
lished official county and other map3
In California. Mr. Bcasloy will leavo
on tho Australia tomorrow for San
Francisco In order to supcrvlso the
lithographing of tho mnp. which will
bo for salo shortly after Christmas.
Walluku, Nov. 25. Tho first base
ball match for a long tlmo will tako
placo at Sprcckels Park, Kahulul, at
1:30 o'clock next Thursday afternoon,
Thanksgiving Day. between tho UIu
palakua and Walluku nines. Tho first
nnmed team Is under tho captaincy of
Mr. Crooks whllo tho Wallukuans will
bo under tho enro of Dr. Hooto, a
Southern all-round nthlcto. Tho posi
tions of tho Wallukuans will bo ns'fol
lows: C. Geo. II. Cummlngs, c; P.
Chas. Bailey, n: Ed. Montgomery, lb;
Wm. Edmonds, 2b; W. II. Cornwell,
Jr., 3b; Dr. H. N. Booto, ss; S. Kelllnol,
If: Jim MoiKeiia. ci; Kaioi uockcu, ri.
Subs D. Kulkahl, F. Scholtz and W. T.
Robinson. Tho losers will pay ror n
champagno dinner at tho Windsor.
Jack the Grabber.
Saturday ovcnlng Just about eight
o'clock ns two ladles wero making their
way unaccompanied to tho opera, thoy
wero accosted by a man In tho dark
ness Just Ewa of Llkollko street on
King who grabbed violently nt
ono ot tho ladles. Tho lady
screamed and sho nnd her companion
started to grab tho follow who took
to his heels and disappeared In tho
darkness, thero not being a single light
on the street excepting tho lamps of
Dr. Posey, specialist for Dye, Ear,
Throat and Noso diseases and Catarrh.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoo
WITH CABINET MINISTERS
What Was Decided On At Meeting,
Heetlng or Council of State Wednesday-
Inara's Case To Be Considered Winter
For Collector of Hllo.
At a mooting ot the Cabinet this fore
noon tho application of Captain An
drews for a retail spirit llccnso for
Wnlakea, Hllo, waa considered and re
ferred back to tho Minister of tho In
terior for Investigation nnd report.
Messrs. Dillingham and Hatch wero
present as tho representatives of tho O.
R. & L. Co. in tho mnttcr of tho propo
sition made by that corporation to tho
government in tho wharf arrangements
No conclusions wero reached .
Minister of FInnnco Lansing announ
ced tho nnmo of F. L. Winter as a can
didate for tho ofllca of Collector Gen
eral of Customs for tho port ot Hllo.
Thero wero no objections by nny mem
ber of tho Cabinet to such appoint
ment bo Mr. Winter will very probably
bo tho Collector for Hllo.
It was voted to authorize tho Minis
ter ot Finance to expend tho sum ot
$235.03, this being tho amount over nnd
abovo tho pro rata for October on tho
pay roll for assistant Custom Houso
guards for all ports.
President Dole announced n meeting
of tho Council of Stnto for 2 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon for tho conslder
ntlon of tho commutation ot Ihnra's
sentence nnd other Important matters.
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL GAME.
Tho St. Louis and Mnllc-Illma foot
ball teams had a very Interesting game
on the baseball grounds Saturday af
ternoon. Tho contest wits to decido on
tho team to play tho Punabou's
Thanksgiving Day. As both teams
failed to score. It Is still undecided
which will piny against the Punahou's.
Tho teams mado somo fino runs Sat
urday. In tho last halt tho Mallo-lllma
had tho ball within llvo yards ot their
goal, but could not ranko another yard.
It was only a mtnuto to tho end ot tho
game when the St. Louis boys got tho
ball. Antonlno Long mado a run
through tho center nnd got tho ball
back. Into tho Mnlle-Illraa's territory.
Tho Mallc-Illmas. who played a
game against tho Punahou's two weeks
ago, wero badly beaten at that time. It
would thercforo seem no moro than
right for the St Louis team to havo n
game with the Punahou's.
Tried To Blow Up a House.
Last Wednesday a Portuguese attempt
ed to blow up the place of Luis Andrade
by means of a section of a very large pipe,
loaded with a goodly amount of powder
and scraps of Iron and fastened securely at
both ends. The bomb was not set In a
good place so that the damace was not
great, However, pieces of Iron went
through different houses In the vicinity
and quite a little harm was done. Frank
Ferrelra, who has had the case In hand,
has caused the arrest of the man he be
lieves did the job. His name is Vicente
and his age is about twenty.
Walluku's New Paper.
George B. Robertson of Walluku, Maul,
is In town on legal business and also in
the Interests of the new weekly paper he
Is to publish for Maul. Mr. Robertson has
ordered a first class job and news plant
which has been shipped from San Fran
cisco and It Is Imped will arrive In time to
enable publication on the first Saturday In
Harmony Lodge Tonight.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F., holds
an Important meeting tonight nt 7:30,
In Harmony Hall. Full degreo work.
C. II. Willis ot Hanacl and E. Omsted
of Walmen will bo Initiated. Members
of Excelsior Lodge aro cordially Invit
ed. WEDDING STATIONERY, EngraT
cd Cards, Embossing.
H. F. WIOHMA'N.
Co., Fort St., Sign ol the Big Shoe.'
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