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THUHSDAY, OCT. 28. 188G.
Sttnr Kllaueu Hon fiom Windward Pt.
Schr ElniKid from Wnlaluu
Selir Htdeakuhi for Pepcekoo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llgtiio llau SpicoU'ls for Sun Prati-
Stun Kllauoa lion for Htuiuikiia
Hchr Eliuknl for Wnlnlun
The strmnur Kllauea llou will sail
to-monow at noon.
A PROMISING BEC1HHINC.
Mr. Magoon, Senior, is gaining
inciitcd success in liis now calling,
ns collector of accounts. His estab
lished integrity among numerous
friends and acquaintances, with whom
he has had dealings for a scries of
years, has secured for him a pretty
llbeinl putionagc at the stmt. His
diligence and good-natured persist
ence are qualities likely to effect
success in collecting bills entrusted
to him for that puiposo.
hs g-nUjj uMnu
A HAND WITNESS.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope, Ponhallow
Ilk .Star of Duvon, l.ovoll
Ilk Unlbuilou, Petkliis
Tlglne. Glaus Sprookcl", Drew
llktno 0 (1 Perkins, Aukerinan
Oor bark Paollle, Oltmiui
Htlt bk lronerag, Jones
American bark Saranao, from New
York, s'llleiMulv lillh, duo lime Nov. 18
!I0, to Castle ita Coliko.
Jh'lt bark V 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, duo here Oetobei
liOth-Nov 1st, to Seluiefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M llcuson,
sailed from Huston Augint 7tb, due
December I -20, to Iliuwer iV Co.
llrll bark (Jleniruber, KnlleMon, from
Liverpool, due beio, Jim lfi-'.ll, to
Davie & Co.
Am bark .Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, Hailed Aug liS, line leio Jan 15-110,
to Sehaeior & Co.
Hilt bark Lady I.anipoii, Murston,
from the Colonies, due lieie jn Feb, to
Ilruwcr & Co.
Am bktno H N Onstle, llnbbaul, from
Fort lllnkcly, duo lioru Deu Ifith, to
CaBtlo it Cooke.
biokuu down this aftor-
LOUAL & GENERAL
Tin: hiHt beaniH of
Muhhuh. Miles and llayloy call
" attention " in a card in to-day's
A SUCCESSFUL PRACTITIONER.
Doctor Morgan, whose hospital
for wheeled vehicles of every de
scription is al 79 and 81, King street,
continues to practise his profession
with signal success. The Doctor
contemptuously ignores the theory
that "nature mends itself," and nt
onto proceeds to show his skill in
mending nature That is to say,
dislocated shafts, fractured wheel's,
and Injuries of overy kind to nny of
tlio mtmcious members and organs
of a carriage whatever, are treated
by a process of mechanical skill
which restores thorn to original
soundness in an ctllgrapliy. In
numerable actlvo and moving wit
nesses testify to the Doctor's never
failing nbiltty to clVcet a complete
restoration. The constant stiesun
of broken down patients going into
hospital, and of those perfectly
cured going out, seem to indicate a
rapidly increasing fortune for the
establishment; but in reality the
great Doctor Is of a benevolent dis
position, and adapts his fee to the
hard times and the invalid's purse.
rfus I'Wgwa ' tiwaruaw
S. E. Kami: has been appointed
Oleik of tlio Muikot at Lahaina,
a now name up
eardu, as dealer
0. 10, FitAHiinn is
pearing among our
in hay, grain, etc.
Dioic Davis' Mablo will give Goo.
Miles' Nap a half-niile dash at the
Laiii:s weio amused this afternoon
by seeing n Chinamen alight from a
moving bus, and roll in the mud.
t -r -
Tin: Hoy' Heading Room Associa
tion will meet this evening in tlio
Pacific IIopo Company's room, at
7 :!i0 o'clock.
Tin: piebald hoiso that Dick Davis
frequently rides, was rallied oll'lust
week und won by .Tim Hunt, who
Mu. F. lliltler and Ida E. Booth
Nordborg, will be united in marriage
this evening, by Kev. J, A. Cruzan,
At his residence.
Dcfore.tliu victory of Tel-el-Kebir,
the army was led throimli the pitcli
darkness across the trackless doscit-'
sands by a young odlccr who, hav
ing been a midshipman, was accus
tomed to steer by the stars. Look
ing neither to tlio riglit nor to the
left, with his eye intently fixed on
one large, bright, beautiful star
just in front, that young fellow led
the silent host, each man keeping
'touch' with ids comrade in the dark
as they followed their boyish guide,
the lifu of the British army in his
hands, since their reaching the for
tifications beforo the day discovered
them to the enemy depended on his
making a straight cut. Five minutes
lost and the army would have been
cut to ribands by the strongly
posted guns. Straight as an arrow
up to within a hundred yards of the
fortifications lie led them, when the
sudden eastern dawn sprang up,
and instantly the walls burst into a
murderous lire too late, as with a
rush the brave ( fellows stormed the
fort. But thd first shot mortally
wounded the young leader. Ho
fell, and as his general leant ten
derly over him regardless of the
life-blood that was welling fioni-him,
with n Hush of boyish triumph the
young hero looked up into ids face
and exclaimed, "Oh, General, didn't
I lead them straight?"
"Do you know the
weir?" asked the attorney
"Never knew him sick," replied
"No levity," said the lawyer,
sternly. "Now, sir, did you ever
see the prisoner at the bar?"
"Took many n drink with him at
"Answer my question, sir," yell
ed the lawyer. UHow long have yoti
known the prisoner?"
"From two feet up to llvu feet
""Will the Court make the"
"I have Jcdge," said the witness,
anticipating the lawyer: "I have an
swered the question. 1 knowed the
prisoner when he was a boy two feet
long, and a man five feet ten."
"It's a fact, Jedge, I'm under
oath," persisted the witness.
The lawyer arose, placed both
hands on the table In front of him,
spread his legs apart, leaned his
body over the table, and said:
"Will you tell the Court whot you
know about this case?"
"That ain't his name," roplicd
"What ain't his name?"
"Wlio said it was?"
"You did. You wanted to know
what 1 know about this case. His
"Your Honor," howled the attor
ney, plucking his beard out by tho
roots, "will this man answer?"
"Witness," said the Judge, "you
must answer the questions put to
"Land o Uoshcm, Jcdge, hain't
I been doin' it? Let the blamed
cuss fire away. I'm all ready."
"Then," said tho lawyer, "don't
beat about the bush any more. You
and the prisoner have been
"Never," promptly responded the
"What! Wasn't you summoned
here as a friend?"
"No sir: I was summoned here
as n Presbyterian. Nary one of us
was ever Friends. He's an old-line
Baptist, without a diop of Quaker
"Stand down," yelled the lawyer
"Can't do it. I'll sit down or
stand up "
"Sheriff, remove the man from
Witness retires, muttering: "AVell
if he ain't the thick-hcadedest cuss I
ever laid eyes on." Utie.a Observer.
to tho World KiMiownul
Volcano of Kilauea
Tho new nml staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lcuvos Honolulu ' 10 o'clock A.M. on
Fill DAY, November .lib.
Tim -teamer piiHve along tho ciitiru
coast of die leeward sldo of ll.iwdl, uf
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, ami will stop at Ketdake.
kua liny, whuic Millluieiit time. Is allow
ed to visit thu Monument of Captain
Tourists by this i outu roach Puutduu
at 0 o'clock ou the day alter leaving
Honolulu, being only ouo night, on the
vessel, making tho entile passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from tbetu tourists will hu convoyed
by railroad to Pallida, tlicneu by stage
coach to Half. way House, where horses
ami u'lildes will be In attumlnnco to con
vey them to tho Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at tlio Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $60, which
includes all expenses,
Apply to HAUUY AHM1TAGB,
Auetit, at Williams' l'liotoinnph Gallery,
Fort strict, or ni the olllco of the 1. 1 S.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!!
gw afjRarfjMWwa aranr wmwy.
Hmv'nCirtuEcMinrL'Co., 8 J;
K. 0. 1111 te HtoMnt ifMtoMg 1
Entire Stock must bo sold out by DocombiT 1st, 1SSG.
Goods will bt markori down at Cost.
xo nrauuG !
V llrowr ,t O ,
Walluhti Sugar Co.,
HmtprooUy Sugar 0 ,
lnter.lflMHl S. N.(V,
I. A THUIKVON
3S Merchant hir,...
The Sale will commence Monday Nov. 1st
llrai ulosii Sale of Tenle of laslip!
( i,i' hiumnr
N. Co., Ksplanmle.
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Kola, l.ununade irartapaillla
Fiuit ftynlps and K sinees und
imulefrnm the ptuu Aip'c, nil of which
wo guai anlcu to lie Hie boil.
Gent's, Boys', Youths and
Gunt's VunushiiiL' Goods and lltits. at Cost-.'
Dry Goods, Dry Goods, Dry G otitis, at Cost.
Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods,' Fancy Goods, at. Cost.
Ladies'. Missus', Children's and Tni'ants' Underwear at Cost.
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoeri, at Cost.
Trunks, Valises, Satehols, utc, at Cost.
A Live Morning Pper
"The Daily Herald"
' r . J '! tut
Fifty CenU a Month,
23 1 D.VNIKI. 1.0UAN, Propilelor, ly
-V. Viliu JVoiu VtiHtrln.
B" We al-o invito iitirties inteudiiif,'
starling stoics loi tint bide of iced
drinks and wislilnj.' iDiintain supplies,
to call on us tieloie foiii; elbewhere.
Tiro Crystal 811II1 Works,
P.O. Uox mi, Ilonliilu.
IlKFOlti: VIIESTON, .1
It is rumored, generally believed,
ami Hiiid to bo corrccl, that Hon. J.
Kuno liaH been appointed to the oifico
of Kegistrar of ConveyiinceH,
J. K.Nahai.h, North ICona, Hawaii,
mid J. Kiipahu, Kan, Hawaii, have
been appointed Deputy Koad Super
viBors for their reimectivo districts.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
an adjourned meeting of the stock
holders of Honokaa Kugnr Company
will be held, at the office of Messrs.
P. A. Hchncfer & Co.
At 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon,
mi adjourned meeting of the stock
holders of tho Taciflc Sugar Mill will
be held, at the olllco of Messrs, l' A.
Schaefor &. Co.
A uoitHK in harness, but without
n vehicle, dashed along Merchant
Htieet, towaids Nutianu this morn
ing, No ouo seemed to 'know tho
owner, or where tho animal ciinio
Tjib biiguiitino OliiiiH Spreckels
sails for Han l'lauoiseo at about to
monow noon. Any muil matter,
marked per OIuuh Hprcckcls, will be
forwiirdctl by her.
Tun Honolulu Hillcs, in blue and
white, mid 'M stiong, mado a very
jirctty showing at their armory last
evening. They had u lively and in
teresting di ill for two hours, under
command of their captain, V, V.
That Hue painting, by Kurncaux,
which has been on view at Williams'
gallery since Tuesday morning, was
old this forenoon to (Jov. 0, i
Juukeii, for IW), Tho picture will
hang in tho I'lilaco, (Jovernorlaukoii
also pin chased that Komehunioha
htutuo mado by Otreiuba of native
wooods for 25,
. -.ii ...
A mtti.k distui banco was created
on Queen street, last night, opposite
the (Jovcrnincnl Uuihling, liy a
number of boys uunoyhig the China
men of a laundry, Theio was some
lively skirmishing und tall abuse,
but nobody was hint, Tlio Chinese
loss says, "no care, me calcheo him
The iiieilnl which T "dlBtrJbuted
every year by the J'opo on the feast
day of St. J'cter Iiuh the Tope profile
of Leo XIII on one side und on the
other a reproduction of n ficsco in
Hi. John hiitcriiii, which sIiowh the
Pope giving orderH to the C'ommis
uloiieiH of WorkB. This niedul la
ttlwayu cast lit gold, silver and
Wr.DNESIJAY, Oct. 27tlu
In the King vs. Chuc Quai Sen,
for perjury, it was stipulated in
open court thnt presentation of In
dictment and further proceedings
stand over till the January Term.
A. Rosa for the Crown ; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
In Iliilawc vs. Kalua, ctal., eject
ment. Demurrer to amend complaint
having been submitted without argu
ment, the Court files a decision,
ordering demurrer over-ruled and
judgment for plaintiff.
In Ah Hoy vs. Asa Kaulia, et al.,
action for trespass jury waived,
heard on the 21st inst., the Court
files a decision, ordering judgment
for plaintiff for 8100.
In II. Uradley's appeal from deci
sion of Commissioners on widening
of Fort street. It was stipulated
that the ease be heard on points of
law by the Court; damages to be
considered hereafter, other appeals
in this matter to abide decision
Tiiujisimv, Oct. 28th.
Ilnina (w.) vs. Chun Lock (k).
Divorce grunted. Whiting and
Crcighton for plaintiff.
Kntiliiololi (w.) vs. Kruegcr (k).
Divoicc granted, Kinney and
Peterson for plaintiff,
Hodriguez (w.) vs. Rodriguez (k).
Divorce granted. Neumann for
plaintiff. Whiting and Crelghton
Ucforc Judd, C. J. The examin
ation of witnesses in the admiralty
suit, relating to the sinking of the
steamer J. I. Dowsett, was still
going on, at 1 o'clock, and was
likely to occupy considerable further
THE POPE AS A PRINTER.
It will be news to many that the
Pope aspiies to be a printer and
publisher. For a long time his Ho
liness, who is weakening himself by
overwork, has been engaged in
bringing out religious works, and
the business has grown to such di
mensions that larger premises have
become a necessity, liis Holiness,
therefore, purchased the Palace
Mignanelli for something like $800,
000, and is flting it up as a printing
and publishing oillce. N. Y. World.
We also beg- to state, that in connection with our Closing-
Out Sale, we shall have AUCTION". SALES 1DYWKY
SATURDAY XIG11T, up to tho Hist of Weomhor, Wo
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAINS
we guarantee. Goods Sold for Cash Only.
S. COHN & .CO.,
Nob. 63 & 65 Fort Shoot, - -
OppoBito Irwin & Go's
I 1 I ! 1 M '
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT I
FURNISHING GOODS !
AN OLD-TIME DEATH SENTENCE.
Among the old papers in the
County Clerk's oflicc in Freehold,
N. J., is the death sentence of a ne
gro named Ciesar. It reads: There
fore the Court doth judge that thou
the said Ciusar, shall return to the
place whence thou earnest, and from
thence to tho place of execution,
when thy riglit hand shall be cut off
and burned before thine eyes. Then
thou shult be hanged up by the
neck till thou art dead, dead, dead ;
then thy body shall be cut down
und burned to ashes in a Arc, and
so the Lord have mercy on thy soul,
Mutt, Bolls k Suites.
H. If ACKFEL.D & Co.
Having teemed thu .Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we urc prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
liver brought to thetc Islands and which will full nt the following
100 Dozen Hoys' Wool Stilts, persall $ 2 fff upwards,
100 " " Jemcy " " " UOil it
75 " Mcii'ii Fine HtiHlntfH Suit, per suit , fi (H) "
75 " ' " All Wool ' K.tiaviiluu,nirMill 1100 '
50 " " Hx Flnu IHack Dress " " " " ' 1H 00 "
100 " ' Yv'orldng I'aniH, perjulr 100 "
Abo an Kx ra Flnu Line of Men's and lloyk'
Drunkenness ; AntoncFeritas, $0,
and O. Schuslcn, $10.
L, Ascu and G. C, Akina vs. T. N.
J'liiiohau. Assumpsit for $198.75.
Judgment for plaintiff for amount of
claim, with commission and costs.
816 added. Appeal noted to Inter
There are wixty art schools and
11,000 art students in the States of
A small Bacchus and u mutilated
Statue of Mercury have been found
in Home near the Via Tasso.
The painter of the great "Battle
of Gettysburg" was born at Sedun,
and the museum at that famous
town contains six of lib paintings,
l)n. Funt'h Hkakt Ki:mi:dv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and alt-o for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation, Descriptive book
with every bottle. Uenson Smith &
Co., Agents, 35i
ICE CREAM f the Purest and Klcli-ci-i
quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards are delhend packed
in Ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to (J o'clock
v m,, free of chaigu to any part hi Hono.
lulu and nibtirlis by the Pioneer til cam
Candy Factory and Ihilcciy.
5,00 ONLY l the price charged
for Two Gallons of any lluvored
rich and always fresh iniidu titeam Ice
Crenin, guaranteed to he absolutely pure
or no puy at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Uukery and Ice Cream Hooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
menter, Hotel St., Uct. Fort 5s Nuuanu
tit i. Hawaiian and Hell Tele ibones,
No. 14. -1! tf
PlCTUUH Frames und Coinices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regildcd, etc. King Bros', Art Store.
The White House,
No.UXH,Numinu M trout,
Honolulu, II, I.
Private Family Hoiel; Terms Heason.
able; First-clan Accommodation!!.
M. W.f?AM)KI S
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOKN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. t&IKT Telephone 74
Xlie CliMiioHt und lit'Ht in tlit Iurko.
100 Do7en Unlniintlrkil Shlits.pcr piece
10') " Men h Fine UndtrnlilrlH, per piece
100 ' ' A bile Dre-sShiiti-, tier pbey,
100 " " AinVoolW(rkliiKShlrlH," " .
50 " " Htrnw Hats, per piece
75 ' Boyb' ' " ' "
We arc conildcnt ilint Iheie prices will FatUfy the niofct uxiicilrff,
Wc only ndvcrtiHC wlmt ivo nicnn I
Any uiiMiiiii'ttvlory artlcln may lu rctiirncd imel the money
will be cheerfully lX'i'iiiiiU'd.
Romembor tho Blue Front, Cor. Fort & Morcliant Streets,
ntim EGAN AND CO.
Patkonizk Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J, W, Hingley, Cigar
Munufucturei. at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale nriccs. Island orders bolicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell thebo cigars, Do not forgot the
name J, W. Ilingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
ACOTTAOK, within easy distance rr
Po.it Oillce. Say, tlx loomc,
Furnished or unfurnished.
01) W. O. PEACOCK.
No. CO Ntiuanu ttrcet.
WENNER & CO.
NO. Uii XOltU? HrX,ltIdI:
Constantly on Imnil a large assortment
of every dexcrlplhiiiof Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &.
O ii, l i li o t, in aker
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKCK1VKD, TJIK FINKHT LINKS OF
Custom-made ClotMi, Geiils' I'liruiiiliiiia IIihiiIh,
IlA'IH, CAPS, KTC, KTO,
IjiitcHt SlyluH and Novellies in Neckwure,
A Io, by npiaicd and ) ccial nipusi, a Hindi linolcc of l)ie Hunt )ium.mnde,
IVIost Durable Gents' Shoes
Nitir the village of X.iillugilorf, )n
l.owur AuMrln, llvi". Maria Haflp, an In-
ttvlllguni iuhI littlubliltitu wmnuu, wliot-u
atorv if nhsl(iil sulleilm; and lliial m
lief, iiMuliiti'd by liuirulf, Uof inturutt
li hnglli-li woiucii. "I i-i uniiloyed,"
hutayt, " tu iliu wink uf a larpii iitrni
hoiie. Ovi'i-woik biiiught On tlu
lit'iulni'he, follow) i by a ileathly faint,
bur ami h Uiua nl thu btnimu.ii, until 1
ww unable to titiiln eltlier fi)il or
drliilt I vMib eoiupilliil in tul.u to my
bed for K'crnl cilM flultlug n lllllu
liutler fiom id.sl jiud qulKl, I toughl t
doMiiuu work, but nmis mon tnl.cn w)ib
a imlii In piy MiU', ubluli )u a little
while teemed tu bpreail over my wlmju
body, and Ihiobieu in my oyery liuili
This was followed by a uiuj;Ii and
fchitiiiU'K- uf hii'tiih. uuill llnally I eotthl
nut suw, and 1 ttioK in my lad for Ihu
sriMitnl, iiltil, as 1 thought, fur the lltfcl
tmu M liieitilblobl i' Hint my tliuu
had i early i nine, ami that 1 could put
luoilgei lliaii whi-ii thu iuen put oil
their gi ft li lien )iu)ie. Then J liutmeii
etl lu (!et oiitt of Ilia bulge) !liuipl;leln,
I ri'iitl U, and my dear miHlier bought
mu a botib' of Nigel's Syrup, vj)lrjfi J
tool; iivnuily nei oidiug tu illiuctlciiih,
mid I bail nut taken ihu wh'H uf it lie
foiu I ft l a grini oliaiigti Ivr Hie heilei
My last Illness iiejuiii ,lunu . JeSJ, und
eoiiiinuuil lu Auuiirt tllh, wjiili 1 begim
lu mid) thu rtyrup. Very Hoop ( rould
do a h Id 1 glu wi.iU, I'hu lU'.iuh left
me, and 1 was no iiori Irouldeil ju
h enihipu Now 1 urn puifemly miied,
At,)) oh, liuw hup))) I n)ii I J J'tiunot e,v
peb gi!itluile enough lor Bejgol'a
Syiuii, Now 1 must I'll yoij Jhui rthe
doctO'H jn ounlMiii t dlhlrjliuiu) hii;ii
bills oiiiiiloiijiig M'opi) agnhibt "iju
mi dji'liii', lulling iliiDu It wmiidilotlu'iii
no gooi, ani pinny wru ihi'ruby hillu
eiieu) io Icrilmy tltu buigt pi)nuf)ui
hut pirn, whuievei one b in hu buiul, (t
lb kept lll;i)ii fejic ')iuum iii)-eii)
mu iKiriuu'Lil m rent), npd lliuji) lent
in)ne or sx n)ie arouiu) pur d(it))et
people have come ejghlMen pillei 10 get
mu to buy ih ipi'iljcliiu fur Jhup, )wjOv
Ipg tlint )t niirril pic, ami (o h M)ji to
get thu light K)iil, I iDiowii wi;))ii'i)
who wiih ipolOnt! like ileiiih, and ybn
told ilium ihmp was on belli )ir ));
thai sliu hud ponsulii'd soyein) dohi,
but niiiio ui nbl help )ur, lull) lie) of
Seigel's Sl'il, and wrulu Die ))ii)))p
down fp) jib) l)im k)iu ))))))( malm M)
ni)ntM, n)iu toon my iuyei iuii mm
Syrup, and now t-liu Is in mw )m
and ))io penple )i))iipd us u i))Wiii.),
Tiu mci)cliii) hits mule siuh l))U)i)s
in our peg)bui)inoi) u). i)em))e my
they don't waul liu docijjr ii)jy mmr.
)Utlhey)a)iMl.uSyi li. S'dlWIf )")
gout who we)uini,lpi'd io Hiu(rlw ))")
could )ui)il)y move h tUipw, iay )mn
cured by M, ''w h-1 hU hi nnr ))l"
n)ei who caiighi a mn by gnf g
through none Ym, w w hi m) hy
yeurs wfih ci.b)ve;ii.'i, m )l))Wt')U
pu))n, apd IH iolmw))i)le)i)Jo"Hn
vulc) hy )iirt ''Ip-ru, ,yus )ul 1 flffliif
lii ihu sunuuniiiug ihtihi m phm
llbj fiwlUur hi pot npiJhd ) wftWfi
per c)ii). ih ye)y nc mmm um
seiyes ami .up) i)uy pwil nm im
Whenever llie lllllu bell rami wh
nun; lu our nhiee when tmnuhtM
iieui), we ihougli mm ,yiM fur. lift
nut peigci's oyrnp nun nil fyi wt
life, and )ion sje i h)hy is)i;y,
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Hn, 03 Hotel street,.
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Uomlceg, L'uitain Poles, Ac,'
made o! tile latest designs.
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79 & 81 Kin Strut,
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Also, Horse Shoeing- a Specialty.
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