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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, lboi.
Rj . It
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
I DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
t FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Speclnl Attention pntd to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM L4UNDRY
Tel. Main 73. f Laundry, Kawaiahao St.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St. '
rGood Gheere -
Dreary Tieaddes. i3)
i A NOTED COLLECTION
' Oil and Water Color Paintings
SELECTLD WITH GREAT CARD UY
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC, AND CONNOISSEUR
AT THE dRT ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC H&RDVtlRE
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition will be open for about three weiks commencing Saturday,
March o, unJer the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Metropolitan Meat ,Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Also Poultry, Salmon and
FOR SALE AT
Don't you know that impure water is one of the greatest foes
to good health ? How important, then, that your drinking water
should be absolutely pure. All the ills due to impure water can
be avoided and good health insured by the use of a
Every house, hotel, restaurant and store shouldjhave one
. wiliout delay. The Pasteur filter is acknowledged the best by the
leading scientists and physicians of the world. . -1 ' "
See it in the window
And note the difference between pure and impure water.
' Sole AfientH
' A. R. HANCOCK & CO.
815 Fort Street
1 jf- n-sect .
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Bill for Mandamus Dis
missed at Plaintiffs
HAD, RIGHT TO EXCUSE
JUROR W. T. SCHMIDT
Other Means Should Have Been Used
to Enforce Payment of Pees
feited. Decision was handed xlown today by
tliu Stipiemo Court In the matter at the
application of W. T. Schmidt for n writ
of mandamus ngaliit A. S. Humphreys,
Klrst Judge of thq Circuit Court. Tho
'demurrer in sustained nud tha writ
dismissed with costs. TI10 court holds:
"Mnudamus as a rule docs not Ho
to compel n reversal of au order of an
Inferior court where such order Is
within tho discretion of the court (ns
where n Juror has been excused front
further duty) or whero there Is another
adequato remedy (as where tho court
has ordeied a forfeiture of tho juror's
fees and tho clerk hns nftcrwnrds with
tho approval of the court drawn then
from the treasury for tho uso of tbo
petitioner) or whero demand has not
previously been made upon tho'court or
The petitioner Was 'a Juror nt tho
February term of the Circuit Court,
over which Judge Humphreys presid
ed. Ho alleges also that the Jury on
which ho served In a certain case was
unablo to agree, tho Jury standing ten
to two, the court aske.t who tho two
were. Also that on being tnformcd'thnt
tho petitioner and ono other were thn
two, tho court harshly nnd cruelly
reprimanded them nnd ordered their
per illfni fees, already earned during
the term, forfeit. On theso grounds a
writ of mandamus Is prayed for direct
Ing the Judge to vacate the order.
"The respondent demurs on n number
of grounds, only ono or two of which
need ho considered." rays the opinion.
"The order excusing tho petitioner
from further duty was within tho dls
crctlon of tho Court nnd clearly can
not bo reversed by mandamus." Tho
caso of I'eopeo v. Murray, 83 Cal. 350, Is
referred to. "Tho question whether
In tho present caso tho .Tudgo was JustU
flf. by tho facts In exercising his dis
cretion In tho way ho did cannot ho
Inquired Into In theso proceedings.
"As to tho order forfeiting fees for
i services previously rendered, tho peti
tioner has other adcquato remedies.
For Instance on tho facts alleged, ho
could recover tho fees from tho clerk
In nn action for money had nnd receiv
ed. Tho Judgo's order of forfclturo bo
lng void, would be no defense to tho
clerk In such nn action.
' 'Again, no demand was made on the
Judgo to reverse tho order of forfeiture
or to direct tho clerk to pay over tho
money and no ndequato excuse Is given
for not having made such a demand.
On the contrary, tho allegation that tho
Judge, after ordering a forfeiture, coun
tersigned tho statement ns to tho peti
tioner's fees, would seem to Indicate
that, ho had already como to the con
elusion, on further reflection, that his
previous order was erroneous. Wo
prcsumo that the Judge would on ap
plication, direct tho clerk to pay over
The writ Is of an extraordinary na
turo and should not Issue as n rulo
where there exists another ndequato
remedy, or where demand has not pre
viously been mado upon tho party
against whom the writ Is sought, and
110 sufficient reason appears why theso
rules should not be applied to tho pres
Tho opinion Is by Chief Justice
Krcar, Galbralth and Prry concurring.
Andrews, Peter & Andrnde for peti
tioner; A. S. Hartwcll for respondent.
SchoonePH top lluwnll.
San Francisco, April 1, Two
gasoline schooners, each capablo of
carrying 00 tons of sugar, will bo
built hero for tho Hawaiian Naviga
tion Company and shipped. Two sim
ilar schooners, though of less capacity,
wero built como tlmo ago for tho same
purpose, hut ono of them was wreck
ed soon alter reaching Hawaii.
Card of Thanks.
Colonel Jclm Richardson and children
desire to express their heartfelt apprecia
tion of the kindness and sympathy of
friends during their recent bereavement.
A NEW FRUIT STOIE HAS BEEN
opened at the corner of KING AND
1 8lP3nj: ALAKEA STS.
Nittfanu Chapter, No. 1, Rose
The regular monthly meeting o( Nuuanu
Chapter No. ). Rose Croix, A. Hi A. S.
It , will be held at the Masonic Temple
To-morrow, THURSDAY , EVENING,
April nth, at 6:4s o'clock.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
All sojourning Brethren are cordially In;
vltrd to attend.
By order of the W.M.
A B. SCRIMGEOUR.
181 pit Secretary.
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1. 01 T !
Last Quarter of the Moon on tho 11th
nt G:27 p. m.
Tho tides at Knhulul and HUo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survev Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
tlmo whlstlo blows nt 1:30 p. in., which
Is the same as Greenwich Oh. Om.
Musters 'of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco wlll And there
n branch of tho V. S. Hydrographlc
Omen located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
ncneflt freo of charge, complete lets
of charts nnd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding llgnts, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Bureau, l'uunhoii, April 10.
Tcmpernturo Morning minimum,
CS; Mldndy maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 nm. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point BCF.
Humidity" n't 9 n. m." 78 .per cent.
TuesJay, April 9. .
C-A S S Aoranel. Hav. rom Svdnev.
March 25: Brisbane. March 39.
Wednesday, April 10.
Stmf Hanalel. PeJeren, from Kllauea.
StmrMlkahala, Grecorv. from Eleele
Am bkt Encore, Palmgren, 62 days
trom Newcastle via Lanaina.
Tug Fearless, Brokaw, $',i hours from
Tuesday, April 9.
Schr Fannie Adele. Dudolt. for Kauai.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokal ports
Gas schr Eclipse, Townsend, for Maul
WednesJav. April 10,
Am bk Alden Besse, Potter, for San
H B M S Icarus, for Esqulmault.
O & O S S Doric, Smith, for -an Fran
From Kami, p:r stmr Hanalel, April 10
H 1 tlavseioen and 5 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, April
10 Harold W Johnstone. Cart Jensen.
Allan Judd, E Wllcka, L E Piokham,
Capt Robinson, Sirs W Moody, Miss M
For Vancouver, per C-A S S Aorangl,
April 10 Mr and Mrs T Mav and three
chl'dren. Mrs C E Ptltcliard, W G Engle-
hurst, -Mrs b Harrison, Paul henberg, br,
Mrs Paul Isenberg and Mlsr Ivnbcrg,
Judge and Mrs Stanley and two children.
Ladv Heiron and Miss Luce, John Bull, J
F Riley, MranJ Mrs D J Lee and child,
Peter Hlch. Mrs W Stodart. Tanntr. Mr
and Mrs Fowler, daughter and maid, V
bchaeler, A u King, 1 a bales, B uroo
cock,.Mrs Edgar Wood, Mls E F Wells,
Mr and Mrs II H Brodle, J Smeaton,
Jaeger, Mr and Mrs E E Hendry and son,
L L Brandon, John Wilson, Mi and Mrs
H H Smith. Chas Lennox. Mr and Mrs W
B Scott, Mr and Mrs B Oberlermmer and
two children, John Brown, V G Hollander
and 11 steerage.
SHIPPING NOT 128.
The transport Garoune will sail for San
The barkentlne Encore called at Lahalna
before coming here.
The steamer Nllhau leaves at 5 p. m. for
The Mlkahala brought 4850 bags of
susar for Alexander & Baldwin.
The bark Himalaya Is taking sugar at
Llkellke wharf. She will sail Monday.
The steamer Kalulanl sails for Hilo
today. She takes no freight or passengers.
The steamer Hanalel brought 14,000
nigs 01 iuiauea sugar-tor w. u. irwm ti
The horse transport Arab left San Fran
cisco on March 31 for Manila. She Is due
The schooner Fannie Adele sailed for
Eleele yesterday afternoon with coal and a
F. Llnderman formerly purser on the
nan 1; now empiovea at unue as dook
keeper fot W. H. Rice.
The transport Kllpatrlck was due to
leave San Francisco on the ;th Inst. She
should arrive here not later than the 13th.
The well known steamer Moana.wlll be
the next of the Canadian Australian
steamers to arrive here from the Colonies.
The Canadian Australian steamer Ao
rangl arrived from the Colonies last even
ing after a fast trip. She left for Victoria
at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Mate Louis Ewarts of the steamer Mau
naLoahasa mild case of chlckenpox. He
has been sent to quarantine Island at the
request of the Board of Health.
Work on the artesian well at'the naval
station Is complete. A sufficient flow of
fine water was struck yesterday to supply
the needs of the army and navy transport
It took the Fearless nine hours and a
holf to tow the Albert to Kaanapall. Off
Kaunakakal a high sea and heavy head
wind were encounted which caused the
Feailess to slow down to half spead. She
made the run back to Honolulu In five and
a half hours.
School Exhibit 1 op Buflnlo.
The educational exhibit which Is to be
sent to the Pan American Exposition at
Buffalo Is on exhibit) ,n In the rooms of
the Board of Education at the Judiciary
building. It Is a splendid collection of
worlcklone by the pupils In the different
schools over the Territory, The wotk Is
done by pupils from the age of six years
up, The collection comprises, composi
tions, maps, fancy work In 'a number of
jlnes. It Is made up of excellent Individual
pieces and as a whole, makes a complete
and harmonious showing, .The exhibit
will go a long way toward redeeming tte
Territory from failure to be represented
at the Exposition. officially.
tyjf. in tb column mil hi inutttJ
v J"II r 1 tmii tint ont tnttrtio: e ctnlt tw
mittticrtt fo ttntt cm with, 49 unit Ivo tfk
anS 0o tlttti on mtntl), Jbn it lb tbtattit Svtr
thiKf tw offtttS tbt ptobli 9f Honolulu.
NOTICE TO BUllDERS-Th Union ExprciiCo
WHITE SAND FOR SAL1 154 HI
WANTED -Dy joting man recently from Mt,
FurnisneJ room In prlvHt family References,
A.fiC Hmletln Office. lni
WASTCD-A first U m'tch cow.
rmmett .Way, JuiJ HuiUlng.
V ANTED Hooltkeerer ot fon$t'erb1eeperlenc
tvUheia rolt!on for a (tuple of hours eicli
ihy- fillttstA ti Dullftln Ofce. ilog-iw
CXPFRIENCED STATIONARY ENGINEER,
- tnornugmy ismimr witn nijtn ipeej
(Btlt en .tries orecUlly) Errmeer,
WANTED-To StiL Jen rim AM) Watchm
In tt latest st)les. VaU'he irralrel by
Jeweler of )j ars experience, Cj. DIEI7, nt8
W'ANTCD-Younir ChHJren, any . to toari
anj nurw (lest of reference (tlen "Reas
onaXe terns,' AJJress"KlnJn s" EDQDUL
WXNTEO PnVtlon ai tnoeraphf n
W wrlt.f. Thoroughly jp.t-. "TrEV
IAPANFSE YOUNt! COUPLE winls iltaolon.
J Mm rooJ cook, wife n,ril houtcwork. AJJres
SERA, P O. Uexlt).
WANTED-Drhili, Mechanic, Salismtn onj
Onkl. lo-Jav Stlfit Emrlormtnt OfflCf,
Atigoon Uuildlng Mc chant St.
WANTED-ETrcit typrllr, Jilly. allcrtp.m.
Apply to at,noxrtphcr, Housa ol krprrscn
WANTED UcrnscJ Malel ani Second Mal- for
local tram.r. Apply to Inter-ltlanJ Steam
Navigation Co.. LIJ Qvieen Street. mtt
YOUNU MAN. (tenorraoher and Ireewrlter, at
onci Adlrel"A N." Hulletln Offic..
OtD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot
ton Raet Arrolv at Rulletln Office uAo-lf
COR RENT-MyrtllJence attht Penlmu'ar will tt
inr rent for three montha to a d-alratla tenant.
HoufjrnliheJ throughout. Can tnoe In at oner.
C. W. AUclarlane.at Vhllon Light Office.
TOLET iroomi cottave Jij 00. Klne place Bere
Unit St, Apply F. i:. Kin Cottage Grose.
TO LET Fjrnlel rooms moat JealraMe location
Inthacltv Rath, electric light, ptlvata en-
TJ7 Luna'llo tetween Atapat ami HackfflJ,
Tu LbT Houwol to jr rooms and kitchen, pantry
'ratn room, on (.uniia a lane, oir vinevara nt,
Ewa of N manu. Apply t.i J A. M Osorlo at Mr,
Stone's office, nest to the Blsho? Saying Bank.
PR RENT One room moso.u'to proof cottage
f jrnHhrd for one or two rentlemen. CoBcot-
tagaualk off SehnM St. i8o8-tw
TO LET One, or two rooms, use of bath, verandah
etc., citv location, Laaies preferred. Atkinson,
Magoon llulUIng, Merchant St.
COR RENT A furnished front-room at No o()ir
1 den lane. i8o6-lt
FURNISHED front room $10.00 month No other
roomers, st Vlnevard St.. near Nouantfl. a tw
FOR KENT Cosy cot'ace on Klnau St.. ttcen
Pllkoi and Keeaumnku, even rooms, Ircludlng;
M chen and bath, fitted with elec'rlc lights. Rent
$4o, En.iu.lrt C. R. Collins, King stree. near
Nuuanu i3of tw
RR RENT A large airy furnished room for one
or two e-enttemen, at corner of King stre't and
insano ft)iuai Haa. r. ntrau n net'
AcOTTAOE TO LET Six roums, lust off "he
Walkik' Road. Immediate rossrsslcn Rent
f,f.,oa mor.th. Apply t-j S,
A NICELY FURNISHED mos.iulto p oof room for
rent at ol N. Vlntyard St., tiedoo'
doors Ewa of the
XO LLT Tuinlshsd rooirs
soma suitable fur two
people, reasonab'e prices. Apply tit King St.
TO LET C01nfortablecotta.es on the premises of
the Sanlts y Steam Lasndrr Co., Ltd.. Marmlon
and bouth streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and i ath room, Nn ext-a charge for hot and
rold water and electric lights. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Uehtfo-t. manager. c3-tf
COR RENT A nw four room cottK unQuetn
Fort and Alike i
Ni Jinn v in . k i-niirtt.fi rviaarrnani ?T . nil
'" '.1J -"- ...-.....
TO LET Sftrn Mouse, wetl furnlshti roomi with
boiri YouneSl . njr Pllkoi it8tiri
"TO LCT A cot lap on AIoln Ltnt. Apply J. A.
- Msoon itIH
PR RENT Larce frint room In prlvxic fimlly,
rely turnlshei. 164 School tret between Fori
TO LET-Two ncly built coHu'olf Lillha St.,
fust abovt school. Ar?y to
WILLIAM MVIUUiVB i-U..
A riNt SECOND-HAND PIANOFORTE (very
r llttl uteJ) can be etn at tht CcclJenul otel.
Jas. .Sheridan, rom t.
TYPEWRITERS-Grttluchter In rrlco.
ho meiv rw Aiannattini moaci
II'' all SJatiri
each, caoh T. O. D. Chlcaeo; No. a OaliKrapht,
MConJ-hand, In first-clams condition. J 1 vti t F.
S Webster Co.. hi Ms. lion St.. Chicago. Illinois.
FOR SALE A cholc re&lderct of nK acres at
Nuuanu Ave. above Wytlle street, with comfort
able dwelling home stable and servant quarters.
ror runner arucuiara apiy 10 r. t. k. airaucn.
Room i. Campbell Block, abuve nt American Na
tional Dank. rjjoj-im
COR SALE Urrtsht rlano In crood condition. Sit
Call twtwem and t b. m. at cottaee next Ouein
Hotel 1801-1 w
A centle younz horse and cart suit-
for a lady,
i. Law, posiomce.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE
Property attuate on Judd street, torme ly oc-
curiea ry j. tmmeiuin, containinar an area 01 o.oj
acres ani havlnv 687 t feel Iron air. nn cal J ttvtut.
Property situate on the corner of Jtdd and Llliha
sucei t rormeriy occupied ry me unaersittnej. con
la In In jr an area of t.a acres and having; ij3 feet
frontage on Judd street and Za feet frontage on
LI I IDA tlTCCt.
7o8'im ALFRED CARTER.
LIOTEL FOR SA E. Rood paying property In
ncaii 01 iowh. lonjc ic.ke, cneap rent, s.coo,
Part caih, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
ior saie. vn me reacn in rtapioiani rain, line
In fee simple. For rart'eu'ars address A (artenbeti?.
P. O. Uox eaj, or at GklNUAUM A CO., Cor. Queen
aruKoaiiumanu ft is.
FOR SALE A quantity of second-hand cra'n bags
Addv Hawaiian Tramwava Co.. Punahnu. Cltv.
COR SALE Six lots on Kapahjiu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
PR SALE Saoo, Futnlture of n-roomed cottacje
near town. wliTiprlvlleeeot rentlnccuttast.
WILLIAM SAVIDCL & CO..
t Merchant St.
COR SALE-One each tW-i ani 6 horse rower
I M1BTZ & V.EISS KtROSENB Oil EN01NES, (new)
Inquire of J. Emmeluth, 141 King St. iitf
LOST-Hunch of keson King: St , or near IVst
office, name on tag; Please nturn to (i. Dleti.
Jeweler, na8 Nuuanu bt . and receive reward. oViw
I QiT Checktn ittNatlonal Uatkof Hawaii. No.
L- ne for $Sn.co payable to W. M. Campbell, luued
by W. S. Withe, i. I Inder return to W. S. Withers.
Honest, careful work, h.is won
for KING 13ROS. a host of friends
among those who have kodak finish
ing to be done.
It is a pleasure to note the satis
faction it gives one who has been
out hunting with his silent weappn
(the kodak), that his efforts were
not in vain.
It lends courage to ,iis future ef
forts when he fcejs that his films
are In safe hands and will receive
the best of treatment.
Ask anyone who lias had work
done at KING BROS, and you will
learn something to your advantage.
Floe i'ob Printing at
E. O. Mall & Son,
Jas. F. Morgan
11 OS Queen Street
I have for sale a fine parcel of land In
Nuuanu Valley, opposite the residence of
Property Is situated on the Ewa side of
the valley and has a frontage of 2q6 ft. on
Nuuanu Avenue, and a depth of from 205
to 363 ft, containing 2 56-100 acres. Lot
is fenced and water-pipes laid throughout.
This elegant property is forsale at a bar
gain. For price and further particulars applv
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON KEKAULIKE ST.
On Saturday, April 29, 1961
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Quetn street, 1 will
sell at public auction the following valu
able leases of propertv on Kekaullke St ,
between Kins and Queen Sts.
LOT A Having a frontage of 37 feet
on NeKaunxe St., anc a u:piu 01 115 leei.
Upset rental $J7.50 per mor.th.
LOTS B, C, D, E anJ F-HavlnE a
frontage of 23 feet each on Kekaullke St
and from yS to no feet deep.
These will be.started at an upset price of
725 eacn per momn.
The lease of all of these lots will be for
Tenants to erect a one story brick or
stone" building within two years.
Map of tots and further particulars at
my office, 65 Queen street.
Jas. F. Morgan,
LUKG T. LtRLOND,
CHAS. M. LcULOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At
OknC TEUIMIOJve ,ii,
SCVglMNCE'DUILDINO. HILO. HAWAII.
....vRtNO UP THE. .,
C - X. - U-B
Livery. Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 FORT 8TRKKI
Stable 'Phone, 477.,
Uack. Stand 'Phone", 319 and 71..
O. H BELL1NA.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf u Kaahumanu St.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The person who put a white mdre, blind
In one eye, In Mrs. P. Neuman's pasture
last July can have same by paying pastur
age and advrtlslng by calling at Manoa
Ranch anytime within ten davs.
iSos-lw H. DINKLAGE.
COME EARLY AND AVOID
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW.
Constantly on Hand..
' EVERY MONTH.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLL'R & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard .Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
riSII Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Stureeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
uass, irawnsn, irabs, ttc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeysjeeia
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc."
S.MOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut, Appt-s, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, Id
shell or cans.
Hardlv a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures In
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
Henry Waterhou?e ,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURIINCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE K IT WILL PAY YOU TO.
id'u, uuv r0R cask,
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BEREl ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. 1 BO 5J5. S. NY l.bDERCR,