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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., BATtTlDAY, OCTOIlKn 3, 1901
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Niitiirnl Spnrkllng
Water bottled nt the
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
UUIiaillllb thc Htuntlnpd
from uniting the mlncnil
wnterH of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' ThchlghcHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.',
employs two of the most skillful and
.experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole-
some and sanitary. Only the very bett
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.,
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 2B CUNTS.
out at .
Snails, Buns, etc.,
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
V Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at II a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald tutted,
Ill if) POOR M
HOBRON WINS UPON
A WRITTEN AGREEMENT
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being us-d successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any Iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall. Nichols Co.,
There lire lots of people who do not
know Imw easy It Ik to preBeno iin'l
linmu for home adornment, tin' iiiiiny
urtlstlc pictured one comes across
tluse days. In Home of the magazine
Olio Keen reproductions of me world's
masterpieces, which mounted and
framed with glass ami binding aie, In
Rood taste, lit ornumcntK for any ttmu
In your house.
It Ik easily done.
We liuve everything ncccssniy in
uurtntlonery Dopaitmeut. Complete
I'nsse-I'aitont Outllts with hook of lie
Judge Little Finds that Defendant Has
Lived Up to His Bar
gain In Every
Judge Mule has caused to ho ro
corded tile, Inlldwing findings In tb-j
assumpsit null of John Cook vs. 12.
"Tills Is au action In assumpsit for
breach of an oral agreement alleged to
liavu been Hindu some Umo In ll.u
yenr 1SUD, wherein the ilalntlft claimn
that the defendant promised to put a
road to some lots that the plalntllt
nan aliout to and did subsequently pur
chase from the defenunnt, and upon
which the pialntltt was to erect n
nnuso, mid on which lie did suhiis
miently erect a house, und that the
defendant was to lay water pipes nua
conduct good fresh water for tlio usj
uf the plaintiff on said lot on or ba
lore the first day of August, A. I). ISM.
for u hi each of winch plaintiff brine
this action and claims four thousand
dollars (fioou) damages. Tliu tour;
finds fiom (ho uUdcnco:
Hrst That tho only contract over
entered Into by the parties In this a?
tion In respect to the subject of this
controers was a written contract,
offered, ndmlltvd and toed ns dote-in-
ant's exhibits A and 11. -
Second The court finds from tho
evidence Oiat theru never was an ouil
contract or agreement entered In j
' the purtles to this action for tliu
laying of water pipes ou or to tna
land to lie eonwyed to plalutlft or ti
make n road thereto.
"Third Tliu court fluds from tit I
ulilciice that the offer of defendant it,,
aier, pay for water pipes to extend
the water to tho land In question had
Ultimo; whatever to do with tho writ
ten contract, and such offer was mado
without any obligation on tho pail of
die defendant to do so, and without
"Fourth Tho court fluds from 'ho
-nlclcnco that tho defendnnt has com
piled with or has often! to comply
nlth and Is now ready to comply wlMi
ill the terms nnd conditions of fa'd
"Filth Tli.j court finds that tin
plaintiff lias failed to establish liN
-nso by picpondeninea of tho ovldeneo,
mil theletore llnds the issues In fav .r
'if the defendant and for his costs In
"Let Judgment bo entered for d-t
.'endant In nccordanco with tli:w
LOCAL AND GENERAL I ?. "" Id. H, FISHER H
You Have a Family free maSm. 1
.MV FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia. ?
L Hut If you hnvc'nt n WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of To Vffli
Hhac Tree you cun ronto. '&
A Officet-Stangenwald Bldg., Man 'M
C Ai, Hhnpc chant atreet. y9
V 1PP1 HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE M
Honolulu, October 4, i?ct jKf
The 'Koter" Tree Is the best, easy to name of stock ilfftj 7 B1 M
Insert or withdraw, saves the feet from " y
, MERCANTILE. 90
corns or bunions, saves the shoes, ... . - . .
N S SichlDG.Co.1'1 to.coo too it 'JJm
Lit. Km It Co., Ltd.. ; too.ftM k 4 v9 j
SUGAR. , I
f LLLLLm Eira PUnUtton Co 5,ooo,om1 m tj ij'i Iftf
Akkkkkk rttffloi runtationuo itj.ooo. ioo ...... m
M HiwllinA(rlcutluflCo 1,000,000100 js i"
A HwillnCoi fltSuCo., t.jii.Tjo1 t .
H - HtwiiunSoeir Co ... t,a.ooo o to ijB
H HonokAiSuffar C 1 000,000 tot, , oW
H O HkuSueirCo .... yw.ooo, 100' Tfl
BaaH Kahuku I'Tanmion Co 30000, to H fm
RawMiVcHI!PaT 4 KihlPlanLCo.Li4. . t,ov3oon 90 J
Jr Minuiu sufir vo ... ioo,om. oo ..... )T
. L , - Koloa Sugai Co ...... ),ooo io . ...
Kona nujear Co. at jooooj too ...... ,,,
McBr)iSuCo..U,a) i.if.V 8H ,J
riupf i.tsotooo' to. ia
NahlkuSucCo.CtJasf to' 'fl
pJup to'... ",)
Oahu Sufir Coj .6octoooi too u 4j
Onotna SufarCo. .... i,ooo,mi to! j , Jt
Ookala Suar I'lan. Co. ;oo,ooo to ?! tn 1
Olaa Su. Co., Lt4., a I H5.000 aol j 3
OlaaSuCo LtJ, pi upj f 500,0001 tot i
Otowalu Cotppiny.., .,, ijo.ooo too ... '2
Paauhau Su. Flan. Co 3.w.ooo 30 H
Pacific Sufar Mill 300000 toop .. '
Pala Plantation Co .... Tjo.ooo! too 3
'tFrfuosuFirLO... twi ioo .,.. im jm
lo f.tjo.oon1 lw' ua m
300 oool too' . .' V
4,300,000' too m
Tooooj too' )j4 31
51,000 too ... 'A
It 5.000 IOO () ,
00 100 o to)
ooi 100 ... .. 9)
to I . ...
'00 I H a
THE HABIT OF BUYING
,I8 A GOOD ONE...
KECAU8U YOU GET
the purettt nnd mot
wholeHomc klndH tliut
t Ih pouHlblc to buy t
thc WndB thut entiupc
jiood health und lonfi
life. It you love youi
little pnen, Hhowyour
devotion by purchuH
ln(V your (Jroccrlcrt ut
H. May 4 Co., Ltd.,
BOSTQN BLOCK, FORT STRfcET.
Telephonei 22, 24, 2
P. O. Box 380
GOLD IN THE BACK.
Tlint'8 all. Mnylio you'vo hail II nn..
tliouclit yon ui-ro K'ttliiK olil. A REl
STAR PORUS PLASTER tho nii)M
ciirutlvo plaster iiuulu will llx It nl
rltiht. Li'iivo It nn n few ilnyn. f
cmtrli for lamu bacKs. Two for !.
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Hail tolilH uru plentiful. Hitu'h t
cine, lint tulit; It In time PUTNAM".
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT take
rlKlit liolil of a coukIi kcciiik to Kt
KtralKlit to tliu mat of trouble On'
dose Klvt'X relief. I'leanaut to till i.
L'3c and 50c bottlcit.
TlifHtt liot iluj'H oro iiroilnctlvo o
lieuilaclieH. Tlicro lun't any leawn
why yon alioulil Hiiffer when yon ear.
Kit a Hpeeily anil wife emu In tukliic
ono of tliu I'aiuiiim HEAD-EASE po'.v
ilerx. TIiIh Ih tliu moht popular reme
ly In tliiw Manila; J.e lio of tweli
FORT AND KINO
SEWS OF KONA PEOPLE
Kallna. Hawaii, Oct. 3. Tho follow,
tig paxHeiiKfiB on tliu Muuiin l.oa went
r. Kohaln to attend tliu (erm of emu'
there. Tliu Majma Loa cnllml nt Ma
liiKona for tliu areommoilatlon of tlioi
tho were KoInK to Kohala: L. S,
I'lioiiipsun. 0. G. Kinney, It. U. Wll
It'liu, leo. J. (Ireen, V. C. Eaton, Oeo
Katnaiioha. J. Nuliale, J. H. K. Ku-
aim. K. Kawelu, Win. Kim, O. M
veldlewa. Carl S. Smith. T. KlilKway
f. 0. Tiirl. (Iny Maydwell, J. Klcma
iule, T. Alii. W. K. Wnlumaii, 0. U
Kalmoa. W. Mullcr.
C. .Melneeku Is opening u now half
'.ay lioiiHe aliout four ml lea uurtb of
Vntohluu In Kan.
Mm. Jainerf Sentt ami two chllilren
).' Olaa are vIsltlnK ut Mr. Under'
mine In Kallim.
Dr. I.. H. Tlium;iMiii uf Naulcliu ha.
;nne to Kolmla u a wltnnhn In thr
n1una murder c.ihc. Kuliina killed a
upnuese named Voslilda at Naalchu.
.McnuK'T Hewitt of HutcliliiHnn Hi
lar plantation. Naalelm, nrrlveil home
let. 3d after a two weeks' huslnesH trlr
n llunoliilu. Mr. Hewitt fame over
anil fiom llllo as lie camo up nir'the
vIiihii. .Mrs. Hewitt with her thrc.
Istein anil MNx Ulillanl Htulthli'H are
IsltttiK nt Mr, llculU'd beach homo In
l'outniaster ('. IS. Hall of Kallim t
ittendlnc court In Kolmla.
A gentle drhlne borso la for Alo.
Ree For Rale column on page S.
There were only three casea on th
Police Court calendar this forenoon.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., MXO per week up.
Dr. J. Atrherley can be found at 313
King street, next door to Opera House.
Oeo. llaffner, the Jeweler, will re
more on October 1 to 1113 Masonic
The weekly edition of the Evening
Ilullctln Rives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
The best place In Honolulu to have
films and plates dc eloped Is nt the Ho
nolulu Photo SitpuJ Co,
There Is no bad whisky, but some
kinds arc better than others. The Pan
theon O. 1. S. Is thc best.
Baseball nt Muklkl this afternoon
Two .games will be played, one at l:3f
ind the gerund at 2:30 o'clock.
.1. F. .Morgan will bold auction nf
tailors' goods consisting of serge,
tweeds, linings, etc.. Wedncuday, Oct.
Uvery day a bargain day at Puclilc
Import Cu. Don't fall to read their Jd
today; It will shovf jou how tu mU'h
F. ("alter of I.lhue, Kmi.il, and on
of the head men on (iroe Faun, left
for home In the Ilaualcl yesterday af
Powers' Merchants' Patrol tan fur
nish watchmen for builder cbiapcr
tliniithey run themsclU'a and guaran
tee better service.
The Klnnii made a fast trip from
Molokal light to port. She pased the
light a few mlujitcs before 9 and was
nt dock here at noon.
Judge Gear hag granted a diwirco
to Anna K. Ida against Win. C. Vlda.
thu custody of two minor ihlldien bit
ing given to libullant.
Judge t,enr has fuithur leserved n
ruling on motion for nonsuit In thu
ensu of Hartlsou vs. Magoon ami utt
ers until Monday morning.
Dm Id Haughs, head or the govern
ment nursery, returned fn the Klnaii
today uftcr u fortnight's trip to llama
kiia, looking over the burned ("irltory.
A gang of workmen weie engaged
this morning draining the pool f mined
by the late rains at the foot of Fort
street. They used buckets auj blooms.
The entertainment at Mrs. Howler's
Inline yesterday given for the purpose
of replenishing the treasury of thcl
Catholic Ladles' Aid Society, lealli'edi
The Kln.iu biought the following
rargo: 1., beer Inrieli, 22 cords wn'id.
95 lllllK. 101) linen Inro. r.'J.lmuii corn.
12 bass potatoes and 210 pkgs. sun-
Judge l.lttlo continues tin- hearliu:
of the KnpUKlnl spomlthiiit ns thh
afternoon. Thomas I-iUh eeril n
lengthy argument acalust the triut
Olaa assessable stock was sold ou
the exchange this morning for i.M a
share. At the miction sale of the de
linquent stock about the same price
!) stipulation In Honolulu Inveav
nient Co. vs. Helen How land et nl..
the defendants Helen Rowland mid
James Prosser liavo until Noenilior I
to tliu tbelr bill of exceptions.
Tho Kanlolanl Kstnte Is allowed uy
order of Jiiugc Genr to file Its aiuer.u.
ed petition against Chas. H. DesKy.
trustvo. nnd .Minnie H. Desl.y, and
Cnas. S. Uesky Is given ten days In
which to plead, answer or demur.
Decree by Judgn Gear has been uu
tcred ngalnst defendant In tin' eipillv
sult to cancel a lease brought by Wll
Ham A. Hall vs. C. U'lnani and tho
defendnnt, by his attorneys, Atkinson
& Jinlil, hau llled not It u of appeal
J. D. Avery, formerly slenoginplier
of the House of IlepresentntUes. has
mined his otitic to the beadiiiarters of
the .Master llulldera' Association, room
2 i:iltu building, where Is he prepared
to do general reporting and typewrit
ing. See ad,
Among the arrhal from llllo and
way pints In the Klnaii today were the
following: P. W. Richardson. W. W.
Thayer, Mis. C. B, Reynolds. Mrs,
Pomeroy, Mrs. C. MtClellan.C. K. Hyde
ICIMCDMV CUnC CTADC
A BARGAIN DAY
Constantly nrrhlng make m, leaders In tlrst-elass bargains; then,
too. we are not In the 111(111 IlKNT DISTRICT.
We can sell goods nt n price fnr below- that of downtown liter.
ehnii.'i nnd make the same profit.
If you would sae money, note tho prices ou some of the fol
lowing new good which were reeelxed by file last Maripo-m.t
Our windows nre full of these bargain nnd It will pay you to
come up our wny.
Ndi ,'inj d.iluty design-,
rvorllcnt .I'sMirtineiit III .ill
uUth- .in J iu.ilitlc, with
Invrrtlnns In in.iUli.
8 1-3e. 10c, 12 1-2c.
Swiss Ribbed Ycsts
A large :isortmrntiit open
ed" wlilcll l ure to ple.i-e .it
12 1-2c; $1.-10 per doz.
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
We nie showing the latest novelties of pretty effet t III 1-anM
Hinl Insertions, which embrace the choicest and rarest creations
uer seen In Honolulu.
We have not the space here to do them Justlte In n de
scription, so will, nsk yon to come nnd see them, 1-nrgo as
sortment to select from.
Pl.mnr Mill Co. Aim.
W.l.lu. Acr. Co..
Willuku Surtr Co
Wilmtnito Surr Co .
Wlm Mill Co
Wld.r Smm-sio Co .
l-tll-li'nl it. i N.Co
J.AlUn Llrii,c Co .
Mutu.l T.ltrhon Co ,.
Oiliu Ky tt L.nl Co .
P.opl.'i let ft K'l'c Co;
Flnl Nillcnil Bank..,
HlloM. R.r.o. ortml
HiloR. B, Co. rrr c.nl1
Ion. h.rll Tl.ntll.. .
E. Pl.nut'n 6 r.r cnl!
O.hu Plantation 6 p c I
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua Atiltul. t p c .'
OF MEN'S HOSIERY
Immense stock Just opeeed at thu following prices:
Men's Milld volor Hose. 70c pr liov o. one-hnlf dozen ialrs.
Meiri Imported Hose, Ilia' I. und Tun. 12 1-2e pair.'
Men's l-iiney colored Hose 'n Stripes, 16 1-2c pair.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
Hales .vrniaa. assessable. 12.3H: Sn
Olaa. ussessable, $2 .'ft.
Uuslnesi In Knllua Is very sloWjl , v. Mason, O. K. Oelanux, Mr. Dela-
AMONG COFFEE GROWERS
Knllua, Hawaii, Oct. 8. -Tho Konuu
nnd Kau have had much innie rain this
season than usual, i:crythlng Is
gicen and mtfec pliklng Is priigresllng.
rian7. lluUihnltz, n laigo Jand holder
and nn extensive coffee planter of
Foutli Kona. says that labor is so
K-arce In thc Koiias that It Is Impos
sible to linrjst the ciops. Mr. Iltich
luiltz la nn old knmaalnn and nn au
thority on lofffo, He i-ays that when
one does enoucli labor It conies so
high that when uU'expeies uru paid
n coffee planter comes out about even
at the end of the jer. He explaliib
that the prlie of coffee Is low .tnd labor
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8U.
Hk Hackfeidjt Co.r Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu.
lany stores and residences have been
built within tho last year or two about
cur miles mnuka of Knllua and eon
ilderublu business Is being dono there.
TO KILL ALL RULI.R8.
'Vani timer, II. C, Sept. 20. Frars
Petersen, a Hungarian' nnd n self-eon-
lessed anarchist, was arrested hcru
today nnd will he held in custody un
til nfter tne duparturn of tno Duko of
Voik for the Kast. During tlio last
few days, with thu asslstanco of tho
mounted police In plain clothes and
several detectives of Seattle, tho Van
couver police havo been busy making
t geneial clean-up o all tho uuspiciou.
chniacters in tho city, y
Kuily this morning I'etersen was nr
tested on u. churge of vagrancy. II"
amo here two weeks ago from St.
Paul, and since then has been wander
ing aimlessly mound town. After his
arrest It was found that bo was nnn-,1
wltii a rcoler and a long knife. lis
w closely questioned by Chief ut
Police Noith this morning anu adm't
tdl thut bo was un anarchist. Ho sal I
he alays can led u gun and had thu
Unlfe refently ground In enso of r.o
cesslty for Its uso at rloso qdarters.
I uelluve that every ru er should
he killed, nnd I'm willing myself to ilr
my share In whatovcr Is thought bust
uy tho anarchists, was his statemeiu
to l he Chief. He was iironiptly lockci
CLIINTON J. MUTCMIINS,
V.ILLAHD E. BROWN,
Halstead & Go:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broke?
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock,
ana bonds carefully and promptly execuUJ.
THIS SPACfc RESERVED FOR
mix, It. O. Yanltey, Captain T. K, Clark
slid .1, Irvine.
Those people In the city who pay for
their electric lighting by the lights, ar
wnudeilng if the Hawaiian Hlcitrlr
Company Intends charging them tho
same rate this month us is usual. ier
since the storm, the liieuiidcMent liglity
hurt- been so dim us tu make It neces
sary for people to use lamps It they
happened tu bue any respect fur thcl'
The following sugar Is repoited
leady for shipment ou Haw-ill by tin1
Kinaii: Walakea, ll.dOi); Walntku,
n.uuo; Ononien, nil; l'epei ken. nil;'
llouoinu, nil; llakalau. tu.uiiii; i.uupa
hoehue, lN.'iiO; Oukula, Il.iOO; Kuknlau,
nil; l'aaullo, iiioi); I'anuliuu, 'J100; Ho
nokaa, :':!u0;: KukiilhaelH, 2M; I'lllia
luu, i:oi); Honuapii, nil.
A leper suspeit, a Chinese, was In
cated in u house In I'uuuu by I'riiul'
Mello Tliursday. The matter was re
porttd to Deputy Sheilff Chllliugwoitli
who, upon Invcstlgutloii, found ml
denies enough to wuriaut u biisplclun.
The Hoard of Health was notified am'
tbv nmn whs taken tu the Kallhl re
ceiving station, there tu await an ex
amlnatioii by the Uoard uf Uv.lmlneis
I m . m
MI88 R008UVELT'8 FORTUNB
jyicllNBRrNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
J. D. AVERY,
Don't forget .Cnmarlnos of the Cali
fornia Ki nit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. Ho always luu General Reporting and "I ypewrltlno.
on hnnd n fresh supply of both Cnllfor-1 hccoiuI lloor Klito llldg.. Hotel St.
nla and Island fruits. Telephone Main At otllco 9 to 5:ir,; Tel. Main 7.
378. ' At house uwnlngs; Tel. llluo soil.
Im tonaontratat Oromm
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BLQ01
, LOSS OF COLOUR.
by Iht LraJint Pbriltka
I cf all Countrlaa,
II u mrtllur 74.' hi Smtt
Vetl jf Ci..illaJa.
! Boos bnr.f i back
teT f Iff tM, i
( 4rUt1 loUMi
Wholfultl I to. Hot
u, laiil.ilua, t
lai. aa4 lin.iuu
lloston. Mass.. Kept. ?. Miss A! o
ltoohoclt, the president's eldest
daughter, Ik hiiiulsnmely reiiiemln."'ed,
with three lloston r.'J.d'', ill the will
nf Nathaniel llaAlhunie Ciisnk of
Washlligtou, Miss Itooheyelt recedes
siOiltiuo. She was a great '.ixoflt of
Mr, Cusnck, who had known her father
slnco his bo)hood days, and who was
very Intimate with him during his term
In Washington as Assistant rlecietarr
of the Navy. Mr Cusaik established
the foundation of his foitune, which Is
"Miniated at $.Wi),i"i'. In Spokane
Wash., In mining. Tor the piit eleeu
years Mr. Cusack has lleil In Wash
ington, I), C. being engaged In a con
tracting biiblnt'ES. He died on August
that would be n grace to any house,
Just opened by us, and uru wultlag
lor you to come to see mem. you
haven't n nice dresser we went you to
seo these, because you can't help Inly
ing one when you know how conve
nient they are.
Oak Is the popular wood for furnl
tuiu und we havo
that will shine nhoTc any In town nnd
ut ridiculously low prices.
Wo would like tu lull attention t
This branch Is a very Important ono
to you and to us.
We make anything you order and
from any design. Mattresses mado
of hair and we sell them for hair
no cheap mlxtiiie. Pillows stuffed,
couches made, etc.
J. HO'PP & CO.,
The Lending Furniture DciiIci-k.
King and Bethel Streets.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I:lne Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
ButilncHtt Miiii'h Lunch
The best In the city: itsioa.m to 2 p.m.
FOR EVERYBODY !
' SEPTEMBER 16th,
We will hcII
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENTS Hlnjjlc
roll, ur $1 for n docn
rollti. All colors) thc
mi in c price. I t t l
All the LntCKt
llookrt In Htock
UK) Fort Street.
Ground Floor, JuJJ Building.
Postoffice Box ioo. telephone 169.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED,
omen No. .1ft, Stnngenwnld building.
unolulii, T. 11. I
Tel. 2i3 Main.
Honolulu, T. 11. I. O. box 007
Blank books of all sorts. lodgers, etc
manufactured by the Uulletli, Publish
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook anJ all over Embroid
ery. Real TcTchon all ovei
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
'l'uji n'.jili jiij.ojitji.a, iu-'ifeiJ