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.Uil.AlklttM mill AIMt I. Jinlil.tr )
Guuip "'',, nt Law,
OiCMmnr IIihi v n.' IliiiiN, wir.
rchiin.iin mill Mi'ti'iimil rtHMli;-
T. MoOANTS STEWART,
GituiiMulior at Law.
Fort meet, Honolulu, II. I.
S Telephone ll!
R. D. SILLLMAN.
jo3 Judd Building. Telephone 21 3
CflAHLES f PMBBSOK
Attorney at Law and
KnHliiinmiiU ritrtct. I
.7. M. KANEAKUA, !
Attorney and Counsellor at
Office: Iii the Occidental Hotel.
corner of King anil Alakea 81 Trot,
W C.Aoiii. Enoch Johnson
Attorneys and Oonndolors
trvitn So. 10 West King street.
F. JM. BKOOKS.
Attorney at Law
' Shekels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MUTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Snrgeons, Fbyslclans and Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort street.
HOURS; t&-4. 1 ELEPHONE 4?4.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
'OFUCEt sto Hotel street.
Or'FiCE HOURS: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: HAWAIIAN
MBETANIA STREET, (opposite the
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p.
m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays; 8 to 11 n. in.
(Yauepnuue oiu. p. u. Uux but.
t!R . GORDON HODGJNS
OmCEAND RESIDENCE, GEDGI
COTTAGE, corner Hotel and Richard
streets. Offlco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4
.ItoS. Telephone 953. 1241
DR. A. 1. SINCLAIR
f. School s'reet, between Emma and Fori.
Hour: 9-10.1. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.
Vindays 9'' 3- m, 14:6
nvn ivii 1 n iv ir
W.YH.4 ra 11
UllilU'W I illl ll'l lllll
Supported liv Voluntary Con,-,v,tlnnh
FREK TREATMENT to the ir o
For Inforn ution hh to card. Ml
oilinlou and to ibo xorvlco, etc., aio.
apply at the
Third FliHir, Prugrom Block,
dalwrlpllonH may Im left with J. r
flaohfold, L u. allies or l)r hloggm
We have received from Edison's facton
an Electilc Lamp for bed-room use whlci
Is going to prove invaluable. By mean
of a regulating screw the light can b
changed from a dull red glow to full K
candle power. When retiring the lam)
tan be so turned down as to bum all nlgtv
at little cost, and by means of the screw
can Instantly be turned on full powei,
It will be found a great convenience In tin
Ide room or the nursery.
Price $1.25 each.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
riutiutifi m, 2
frr callng, drinking, atdCooUIni;.
rrn, rcunor, rtiuiior
WHUR BMtR ( CO tfO,
HrWutCfrM I 3 IV. Us.
luktr Chore!.!. trlracl,
0.raa Rwt I. bnrcLt.,
'0 Mil tv ll.Oma oOCt MS.
Walton Dakar & Oo Ltd.
Dorchetter, Mill., V. S. A.
The Old Eslabl hcd Dry Goods Busi
ness Knowr, As
Located oil Tort Street, between the
Holllstcr Drug Co.'s establishment unci
H. P. Wlchman's Jewelry Storj, Includ
ing goodwill, stock, fixtures, outstand
lug accounts, etc.
llhlH for above mentioned buslnfs,
will be locelved at tho olllce of (Iror,
Lansing lc Co., Judd Building, by the
undersigned up to Saturday, April "1st,
Particulars In regard to the above
business will be furnished by either tin
undersigned or Mr. J. F. Huinbur:; nt
tho ofllro of II. Ilackfcld fc. Co., Ltd.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIA
By A. V. 013 All.
Dated at Honolulu, April 13, 1900.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
IT IS OUR IMbNTION TO INATJ
gurate a new system In the delivery
of meat to our customers.
As you arc nwarc, It has osen the
custom in Honolulu for years past (a
custom horn of the pro-refrigerator
days) to have the meat cut up during
tho night and delivered early each
morning. In many ways .his system
has proved unsatisfactory, and we have
thcrcforo determined to try day-tlmo
It is proposed to havo in soma parts
of tho city two deliveries po.' day, one
In the morning, with meat for lunch
or dinner, the other In the afternoon.
when ment for dinner, or brc.i '.f:is: ths
following morning enn oe sent. Oi-
dcrs will bo taken by tclcnhoiio each
evening as at present and before 12
noon for the afternoon dellve-w Tnls
system will also give householders un
opportunity of coming to tha market
to select their own cuts, which can lie
Bent out on the nftcrnoon dollvcry.
It Is also hoped that It may bo pos
sible under this system and by making
a lato delivery on Saturday ufturnron
to do away with Sunday wont, which
has always been an objectionable fea
ture of tho old method.
As we are desirous of giving sails
faction to our customers In every wa
wo hope that they will be .vllllng to
,'lve the proposed system a fair trial
as wo believe that when it is perfected
It will bo found to work for their bene
fit as well as our own.
Wo shall start our first dnily dellvciy
on Monday next, April ICtli.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
0. J. WALLER,
Honolulu, II. I., April lHh, 1900.
In OoncontrataU Orapm
I D Uftl Meuictne ror
ANEMIA, P00RNES OF BL00:
10SS OF COLOUR
llvi' Uo.it Prirlt
by ibi- lATAdint Fhyticiu
ol all Coumnet
NllMltl' Itlll nor Smm
Lhiti mot Cumtlftil
Pott ut liUtktH l). W
Soon bring) back
mtSH iomp im
win of Im tint tntrt lim iiiiiu lou vt U
HkBti AtMtlP Bal4 f Ml Ctiiui cmt lruc.iti
Whnlfwl iv. Rn.Lafivett l'm
FRED J. CROSS,
CoiiKulting and Supflrlntnndlnc
Kloctro-tlyiJraullc Powor Transraliwloi
KEPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Otton-Nell Co., Queen street
OOloR nny. to Pi (fle. I2-'
J MBS T. TAYLOR,
M. An. Soc. C. B.
306 Judd Dloclc, Toln, ah.
SANITAItY I'LUMBINO HULKS.
(Ciiiitlnuiil frnm pnitn I )
)r WimhI leHHTiled the ilirr.r. nil' 1
opinion bftwirii miiltniy pluuiip. 1.. n
KtimiK remxiii fur lliu million
Mr. Young tliiiiiKhl It n v rv rood
Mill to lune Mr. .IMwitrds iiuiko fie
dlnfl. He hoped In me I tin limit -r pill
llituilKli ploiupll)', It wan in nnpiilliuit
mo to the riiuitnuiilly. On the Hint nf
Nm einbor It wan expected to inivr the
seuriH loiilplitnl, while the pumps
would be hero In May.
Mr. Until nuked fur ihe Atiiuuey
OcnrrnrH opinion ns ,0 whether
lireaclus of tho 1 emulations eoiild he
putilKlird. Mr. Cooper lepll d thai, like
other regulations of tho IUur.1, iiiry
could ho rnforred under pomilltliM.
Tim motion carried.
I) H IIHCll Cllttlc.
Dr. HolTmann sent In a lMcle"ln!ogi
nil repoit on matter fiom ciiwj repott
ed ailing by Dr.'Shaw, Kovcinmciit
vcterlnniy surgeon. Mlerosn was
denionstintcd. 'Ihls Dr. Wojd explain
ed as tho disease called lumpy Jr.w,
which was contagious mid dostiuetlv".
Dr. Hoffmann, having conic In. t:ilt
thero were twenty-one eattlo In tho lot
nml nil affected. Dr. Wood said horses
did nut havo it, but herblvoui'M nml
omnlvoroim animals generally were li
able to Infection, Ho stated i.iter that
tho cows wcro at Koko Head nml be
longed to Mr. Damon, who consents to
their destruction under tho lnw.
Itcfii-nl of Sydney Freight.
A letter was received from Thco. H.
Davies &. Co., Ltd., asking why Euro
pean goods from Sydney vero not al
lowed to bo landed from tin btcamcr
Mlowcia. They could iindcrRlnud why
perishable goods such ns oiiiium, etc.,
presumably coming from Sydney, wcro
Dr. Wood said ho had alr.Mily given
full vcibal Information to the firm,
which ho now repeated at leiigtn to th
Hoard. Steamers from Aiuti'aila and
New Zealand brought no Dills of
health, nor did their officers give the
Hoard the Information to which it was
entitled. Those vessels furnlnhtd ab
solutely no ovldcnce that might bc
needed cither to admit a ve.11 2 1 to duck
or to place her in nuarantln". lie
spoke warmly on tho matter, holding
that nfter Honolulu had spoit mllliiiio
in suppicssiug plague and exterminat
ing rats it would not do to nllow a
fresh Invasion of either from n Sydney
Protect I Jut 1 nipt.
Dr. Emerson sent In n proposed regu
lation to pi event tampering with the
rat catcher's traps. That 01Ihl.1l had
complained that a trap at Iwilel had
Irmi chocked. with paper, the Chinese
being blamed who feared that if a ra;
weio caught on their premises thcli
nouses would he burned.
Mr. Duval had a hearing and war.
made happy In thr.'o ways the now
rule was adopted, six now train weic
ordered for him and he was made, an
agent of tho Hoard.
Dr. Pratt reported n unlfonnlv vile
condition uf all tho pol f.tctoilca ir.
town, and tho matter was rcfoired 1..
tho .Minister uf tho Interior tor l.iiv!ut
ir.foncd a specific law existing on the
Locution oj iMormic.
Mr. Cooper Introduced tho uuiMloi,
of n situ lor tho dispensary 11 ml euici
tStney nuspitui, with wnicu it was pro
,,i,sul to euiuUiiiu a murini. '1 no Uuv
eiuiiKiit favoieil thu lot At .Merelutin
ami iiuhol stieets, opposite thu polle..
ut. Wood theiught tho southwes,
coiner of the- Judiciary luiildlii0
mounds a sultabio pia.-e f'jr tiu
niuigue, beiiiB handy to thu Jlcahl,
otiieo und thu laboratory. '1110 eunibi
nation uf dispiimaiy and eiucigeuo
liosiiilal was all right, but why uci
on the 11101 gue'C
No action was taken.
Dr. Piuit maiu a lepoit 011 a toy
factory at Punchbowl nml Pauoi tuaiU
i'lie nigiedlents of buy vj.e bailey
oeans, white sugar, honey, salt nne
vater, and there weio lioui:i of boiling
.11 tho manufacture.
Dr. Wood said that with the boilings
lescrlbcd theie was no danger liom
uy, and 11 motion was can led to allow
ins Japanese viand made In Honolulu,
u lie snipped to tho other .standi.
Dr. Uaivin suggested Mut tho srr
Ices of Ucu. Malison as usiit of tin
loam tor WalkiM might be Uapeuscu
it- ns Captain Towse a paid forto wno
iitilclint for dol,ug inspection nil ooi
lie city. Mr. Mansoit was now cnag
ii In other public employment una
Is monthly salaiy c.t .?25 ns agent
light he B.ivcd.
AH. Cooj ci uiged the good work done
y Mr. Malison at Walklkl and thought
. would bo n mistake to -ello '0 l.lm of
After dl3ousston It was decide 1, on
ho suggestion of Mr. Lo.vrey, to as-
01 tain If Mr. Manson was tulll doing
inspection scivleo btfoio taking nctlon
Dr. Wood, In tho course of this Inst
Iscusslon, answered a nucstlo'.i by Mr.
nilth saying that tho ipiarantliu
ould bo raised In llfteen mro days if
m cases of plague appeared In the
meantime. Ho would still havo some
Ity inspection after tho raising of
ltiarautino, but In what degrco he wis
lot prepared to say. Perhaps, oiso, It
night bo advisable for a while to pic
cnt inter-island vessels from coming
dap-up to tho wharves.
Dr. Garvin next brought up the mat
er of livery stables In tho city. Dr
Wood said tho matter should bo, well
ooked after. Drs. Garvin and Pratt
vero appointed to draw up a set of
emulations for livery stables.
It was decided to notify tno Minister
it FInanco that bills for suppression of
'nibonlc plague since April 1 would be
ipprovcd by the Board Instead of the
Adjourned till Wednesday unless
Webster Davis Gl cs
His Views oftlio Boers
I.MHIOI lllltll I ll.HH h,,iiLIIII.I
New iuk, Aplll 4. A npr.clil lolhe
lleinld fiom WiiNhlligtoli, si)n
Alier ieeiiliiiy uf Hie liil jenir Hlbli
cork (.cut to V buler DiiMk a liil'f notn
In whieh liusnlil thu Prcxldeiit luisnsK
id lit 111 (11 announce, that Mr. ImIs'
roilguatluii has bten ncccpii-d, to lake
elfcct Aplll I, Mr. Davis felt nt liberty
Hun to tnlk freely upon (ho Houtli AT
rienn situation, ntid to n frlen I ho ro
tated tho hlsluiy of his trip,
"My Jouiiay was uncvjnt.'ul tint II wo
.crowed tho'TintiBVanl oorder ami slop
ped at Koiinintipoort," ho n,n I, " I'liero
1 the wholo iielglihoihood turned oit
nnil welcomed me. At stiilon nfter
elation tho HtutlonmnBter woulo coirlo
to tho car, touch his red rap mid ask
if there was niiythlng ho rnul.l do for
I "Yet th'o English told 1110 with great
posltlvrnrs.4 Unit the s.iviigp lloeri
would Mioot 1110 as soon as tho learneil
I Npoko English. They tell this Ho ho
much at Capo Town that they uven
got Collided Slowo, our consul tliero, to
believe it. At Pretoria, I was given n
cordial greeting. Marvelous to stale,
dining all tho time I was iheio not 0110
mnn asked mo whether I favored lie
DrltlBh or tho Boers.
"I viewed tho defenses of Pretoria,
and I consider 'them Impregnable. I
do not bellovo the English troops will
over pass the lino of hills, surrounding
the town, bristling ns tho nro with
high power Krupp and Crcnspto kiii&.
"Tliero seems a very general Impres
sion that tnc guns used by tho Hours
In the Hold wero taken from,.tko fort
resses nt Pretoria, but I saw every
earthwork and fort surrounding tho
town and .1 could not scB where nny
guns had been removed. Tin1 wore
all thero and formidable they looked.
"When I describe tho city us l-n-prcgnublc,
I speak from tho Judgment
of 11 man of, common sense. Pretoria
lies In n baain surrounded by rugged
hills, affording most admlni do oppor
tunity for defense. While thoro I
learned enough to know that the city
Is one vast storohouso of food stuffs
"What Impressed mo mo.it was tlio
.natural bigness of that grand old man,
Kruger. I consider him possessed of
aioro of tho elements' of greitnein than
w.v man lever met. 'At 7G ho Is ns
full of vigor ns the avcrago inan who
iwns up to. twenty ycuj-s lcs3. Ills
versatility Impressed me deeply. ,
"1 have 'It on unimpeachable, author
ity that the battle of Coleimo, where
Jitllcr was crushod by tho Doers, wan
donned entirely by this old man.
loubert cnrrlod out Krugsr's IbBtrac
ions to tho letter nnd won that signal
victory by tho directions of tin old man
ip there in Pretoria.
"I was present at tho battlo of Spton
Cop and saw a 'thin lino of Hoci-,) (trlvy
in army before them. After the flglit
i walked ovor tho field and counted t'ja
lead bodies of 125 Englishmen in one
rench, where, the Boers ha 1 placed
hem for burial.' During my may In
he neighborhood I visited ovory laager
n the lines surrounding Ihe city and
nlked with scores of officers and men.
"1 visited tho lino along tlicjrugela,
vhero Duller nnd his 40,003 men wero
lcld at bay, nnd I speak from tho most
losltivo knowledge when I say that ail
,t the Doer troops In that region iniin
icred hut 7,000. With this force J011
ert and Uotha held Buller back and
tept White and his 15,000 'men co!
alled In tho town.
"When Cronjo wns throJiienod ...000
-ncn were sent to him from Liidyamlth.
enving about 4,000 to face tho Ij.OOO
nen of tho enemy.
"At the battlo of tho Llttlo Tugoln,
vhen Duller was again driven back up
m Chlevclcy, I saw General Louis
lotha In notion and 1 consider him tho
greatest of tho Dutch uommiind'TS.
Vhen tho fighting began Botha was
.auntcrlng along behind the lino of
Tenches watching his men taking caro
'ul shots at tho adyanco of tho British
"Fur half an hour after we could flrat
detect tho movement thero was not
much excitement, but all at e-nco theie
was a lush of cavalry and artillery
nd tho double nuick of infantry In
ipen order. Tho bullets began to pM
er around us nnd two burf-'h-'") wero
lit close beside Botha. Ho seemed to
iwnko Instantly and sprang down Into
ho trench exclaiming 'Shoot, shoot'
n Dutch. As the word was carried
ilong the lines ho caught up tho lifo
'roni the hands of a dead burgher and
lepan tanking quick but carctul snots
tt tho foe.
"I'lvo minutes and It was over, ns
Milckly as tho lush had oegun. l-'rnm
ho Boer sido It was like tuo Kipling
leserlptlons a fight with tho Fuzzy
tVuzzlcH In tho desert.
"At Pretoria I met President Stoyn.
I also learned that there Is 110 truth in
ho report coming from English
lourccs concerning (HsssiinIoiib be
tween tho two presidents. The aro
In perfect accord.
"As I said before, I do not bellovo tho
nrltish will over enter Pretoria. Kven
tho women of tho town nro supplied
with rifles nnd nro dally praelcim; in
marksmanship. Somo of :hem nro very
xpert, and their average shooting la
:?ood. Tho strength of Kruger and Ills
burgher lies in tho belief that God Is
American Messenger Service, Ma
onic Tcmrle. Tel. 444. ".
George Haffncr, Jeweler, haa moved
o Vineyard ftrcet near the Queen ho
tel. Nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
liar House, 154 Fort street, from J1.00
ier week up.
Just arrived, eighteen dozen choice
fowls, for salo at Schuman'a stock
yards, corner Alakea and Queen
streets. Call early nnd have your
R a tilers.
tllaus Meckel? u
A'rtf, rranelito AgenltTtn Nkvaik
National HAren or Han KiiAteciM'o
Han I'liAjeciwo Tim Nnvnd NaIIoiik
Itank of Hun KratirlHoo
l)Ni)N Tho Union llnnk of Ixmdoi
Nrw Yoiik Ainorlcnii Exclmngo N
OiilCAuo--Morclmnts Nntlonnl llnnk
Paiuh Crndlt Lyonimln.
liRiiure Dremittinr Itnnk.
HoNKONei Atn Yokohama Honk. nfj ,
Hlmnglml Hanking Cororntloli.
Nrw .RAijMen ani Auhtraua Dan)
of Now Zonland
VroTontA anp Vakcouvicb Bank e
British North America.
Transact i Qeierai mm and Eicliasie Btumet
Depolits Received. Loans made on Ap.
proved Becnrlty. Commorcl! nd Treveliri
Urediti Iitaed. Bills of Exciitnge bongbi
OotucTrbws Paom-n-T Accouwtid T
Savings Deposits will t
recelved and interest allowed by thl
Ikink at four and ouo-half per cent
Printed copies of tho Rulos and Reg
llatlons may be obtained on application
Oilloo at bank building on Merchant
. BISHOP A CO.
Transact a General Banking
.nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
..otters of Credit issued, avail
ble in all the principal citie
f the world.
Interest allowed after Jul;
1, 1898, on fixed deposits i
months 3 per cent., 6 month t
t per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. 81, 1899, $112,677.t'i
Money loaned on approved securltj
A Savings Bank for monthly deposltt
Houses built on tho monthly InBtall
Twentieth Scri - of Stock is nov
OFFICERS T. K. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. D. Rose, Vice President; C. B
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secrotarj
DIRECTORS T. P. Lansing, 8. B
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henrj
Smith. J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
ffje VoohnmB Specie Bam
Subscribed Capital 24,000.00 yet
Paid-up Capital 12.000,000 yr
Reserve Fund 7,600,000 y
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Orafti
ind Letters of Credit, ana transact!
1 general banking business.
On Find Depoilt lor n memtht, 4 pte nl t i
On Fuel Dtpoill lor 6 aonibi, 3H "
On Find Depotlt lor 1 moi, 1
Bv Ilia Htai OH:. at Yokohama, on Curitot b
Posit, i a-. urn par day.
lied Deposit lor n monlht. iK par cast p.
EW RCDutlllC BDlMlIK. Ill Ull SLI10II0U
The . . .
Corner Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers' and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
- and electrical plants.
Marine Winner a specialty,
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Hi
I lNCoroAtf I) Usdir tHi Law
lor thi Hawaiian Hrrvtuc.
OKKICKIW AND DIRKCTOIWi
Chab. M, Coork, Pranldont.
P. O. Jo.nkh. Vlro.Priikldent
O. H.Coork, Canhler,
F O. Atiikuton, Asxlsrant Cashlor,
F. W. Mncfarlnno,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandlem.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Oor
oratloiis, Trusts. Individuals, and will
oarofully and promptly attend to all
bUHlnOH.1 OOllnxrtnit with Imnlrlno n.
trusted to It. Sell and purchaso Foreign
mcuango, issnp itlflrw of tlreillt.
Ordinary and Term Deposits rooolvod,
and Interest allowod In accordance w)lh
rulos and conditions printed In Pa'-a.
books. OOnlnn nf wlilnl, mun Iva 1...1 .. -
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Undor the Laws -of thi
itcpuuitc of Hawaii.
Kaid up Capital
Cecil Brown Presl'denl
M. P. Robinson ..'.....Vice-President
W- Q Cooper Cashier
W T fir...! n . .
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruco Cnrtwrlght, W.' O.
Cooper and H. M. Von holt. .
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San FrnnrlflrnThA An1n.rniifM.
nla Bank, Limited.
utiicngo The Merchants Loan and
now York j. & w. Sellgman ft Com
pany. London The AngloColifornU
Paris Socictie Generale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Chartered Bank of India, Australia
and China. '
Australia Tho Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Qerbrudcr Meyer.
Exchanre bought and sold Letter
Credit Issued on all parts of the
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited.-to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, lrom Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Streot ::
Joseph FornandQz. Prop's
a.. .7.&n c3ts3exR.
fta rv i r n t a pr-cfi5.ftT'f
v. - .. -w m . . LCWl L CT r Ji-M-.Ti
L.fi iTB f V?r
nwiarvka pmi i
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and tin
feet warm is the advice given bv all the
doctors tn time ofeplJeinlcs of any kind.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the best to
use on the heid. It Is refrehlng, Invigor
ating and stimulating, besides possessing
cooling properties contained In no other
preparation In the market.
PACHECo'a dandruff killer
Is for sale by a'l drugcihts and at th
Union FWber Shoo: Telenhonr Coo.
To SIB Fort St.,
(Next to Ed. A.VVIlllams, Undertaker),
And Is now prepared to supply eveiy
variety of Cut and Growing Plants.
Sprays, Bouquets, Wedding and Funeral
Designs executed on short notice.
A large variety of Rosea and other phtntt
FDLXE & CO,
D I rEftj&iifiLSr