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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUOM AND AKTEK JUNE 1, luus.
To Kwa Mi 1,1..
Lonve Honolulu. ... 8:4S 1:15
l.euve Pearl City 0:30 2:30
Anlve Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Kwa Mill,..,
Leave Pearl Olty . .
A. Saturdays only.
O. Suiuuivs exuopti'd.
D. Saturdays oxccpteil.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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p.m. a.m. n. in, n.ni
Moil. 114 S 45-7 0 0 31) 0 0
rues. 15 0 30 7 25 1 10 1 0,
Wed. 18. 7 55 7 o
Tliurs. 17 S 35 S 0
Frl. 18 in i) 8 AC
Sat. -1) 10 25 D '.'0
Bun. ,'J0 11 55 111 25
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1 15 2 0 5 30
1 45 3 50 5 39
2 50 4 20 5 3H
3 10 5 20 5 40
3 51 I) 25 5 40
I) 29 0 56
0 28 10 23
27 11 7
6 27 11 4(1
Flr-t quarter irf this moon on the loth, ai
llli. 2um. li.tn.
Time? Whistle blows at 111. 2sn. 34a. p.m. of
Honolulu tlmo, which U filename as 12h. Urn,
0s. of Uiecmrlcu time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. 14. 1898.
Busdat, Aug. 13.
Am bk Albert, Oriniths, from San Fran
cisco Am bk S C Allen. Thompson, 14 iluys from
Am bk Alex McNeil fiom Nanaimo
ltr bk Velocity, Martfn, from Hongkong
Stinr Iwalani from Kanai
Stmr Claudine from Maui
Monday, Aug. 11.
ehr Mary E Foster from Kauai
Monday, Aug. 14.
Stmr Jui Makee for Kapnn
Stun Mokolii for Molnkai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Bchr Kawnilnni for Koolau
Bchr Barah A Eliza for Koolau
Bchr Mille Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Mikahala for Maui ami Hawaii at 10
Stmr Claudine for -Maui at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Waiaiealo 8SI bag sugar and
1!5 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Iwalani 2700 bags sugar, 70 bags
rice, 12 pkgs peanuts, and 70 pkgs sun
dries. Per stmr Claudine 'i!0J bags sugar, 4J0
bags seed cane, 550 bags potatoes, 53
bags corn, 54 bags bones, 40 bead cattle,
09 hides, 21 bbls poi, 45-hogs, 60 pkgs
From Hnmakua, per stmr Waialeale,
Aug 13 W WQoodale, B Uallentine, C T
Atuana, and 13 deck.
From Ban Francisco, per bk S C Allen,
Aug 13 Mrs A K Weir, 2liss Mav Weir, V
A Weir, Andrew K Weir, E B Hoog, and F
From San Francisco, ier bk Albert. Aug
13 Dr E L Hutchinson, wife and child, J
A Hutchinson. AV H Willard and wife, Mist
winaru, ami a t uiaru.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Aug 13
MissCaiter, Miss Jiuhlert, F H Kahtinan,
D Dayton and wife, Mr Torezen, J V Mont
gomery, Max Schleinmer, Misses Hurl well,
Master Hartwell, ri Chinese, and 49 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Aug 13
Armstrong tamith, C L Wight, JIKa Lita
Wilder. Yv Toonioy, M H Ueutor, Masteis
Hedenmnn (2), Airs Andrews and child,
Mrs D Oiowningberg and daughter, A
Younfe, J H N'tshwitz, wife and 2 children,
Mis L D Speucerand daughter, Miis Walk
er, H Laws, K T Wilbur, 0 B Wells and
daughter, W H Benson, A J Itodriques, J
L Carter, Miss M Nape, Bro Francis, Bro
Albert, WA Bowen, wife, 2 childieu and
servant, Mrs H M Laws, .Mr Dole, J 1
Murpliy, V V Ashford, Ah hoy, Mrs Ka
hununui, and 41 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Coniuelo, from Ban Fiaueisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Pugct Sound, duo
Uer bk J C I'iluger, from Bremen, ilue Oct
Uer bk Puul lsenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant fiom Port Blakely'
Am bk Amelia, fiom Puget Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Fort.
UKS Boston, Day, from a i-rui-o
UBS Adams, Nelson. Irom it cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Oraluim, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne BN Castle, Hubbard, from Ban
Am bgtnu W O liwin, Williams, from San
Br bk Parthenope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br sohr Norma, Maccptaiile, from Yoko
hama Uer bk G W Wilcox, Wallers, from Liver
pool Br bk Ladstock, Williams, from Liverpool
Am bk Albert, flrlllltho, from sshii Fran
cisco Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
Am ltk Alex McNeil, horintiii, from Pan
Am bk B l" Allen from Bun Krunuhco
The Anierlean bark Alex. MuNclll arriv
ed front Nanulmo, B. I'., voitonluy with
1605 tons of i-onl for the I!. S. navy vessols.
Tlie British Imrk Velocity. It. Martin
iimator. unlvi'd jebtiTdiiy .u'ty.bovon dins
from IIoiiKkung, wltli eleven Olniit-bu nm'Ui
AIID III 111X11 lllll K 1 I1IIIK1I V IT ( lll-llll
adulu an piihsoiiKers nnd bOUtonnof Orient-
AHUAI-l'UM -Al Koloa.
iKum ith. George Abunl ol Honolulu
Eunice 1'unl oIKoIok
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio P. G. band will play at Etntnn
Squaro this ovoning.
Pivo Ghinoso opium smokers wero
arrested this morning.
Diamond Head, it p. in. Weather,
clear; wind light northeast.
Mr. II. It. Macfarlono has been
quite ill, but is reported to bo much
Tho Kasolino engine in tho roar of
the Advortisor olhco exploded this
morning. No one was hurt.
Mr. Weedon's wound at cricket,
olfcouhoro reported, was bad enough
to require shelling, which was done
by Dr. Androws.
Tho libel suit against Arthur
Johnstone, editor of
will come up in tho
Mr. W. H. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii noxt month,
orders should bo sont. him oarly.
Mrs. A. K. Weir and family re
turned to Honolum on the bark S.
C. Allen yostorduy from tho Coast.
Thoy intend leaving for Kauai
The wreck of tho schooner Liho
liho, now lying in Makawoli harbor,
will bo sold by J. F. Morgan at his
salesroom to-morrow (Tuesday) at 12
Towjjls aro tho articles for bar
gains this weok at Sachs' store. Tho
prices given olsowhero speak for
themselves. Children's leghorn hats
are also offered.
A Chinaman has been locked up
pending un examination as to his
sanity. Ho picked up a stone and
threw it at an old man without pro
Mr. J. S. Walker has been appoint
ed permanently as agont ot the
Royal Insurance Company of Liver
pool, "tho largest in tho world," in
plaeo of his late father.
Pat Murphy was ordered to pony
up -S2 and SI costs in the District
Court to-day for assaulting an offi
cer. Pat got off luckily, as the offonso
is a very serious one.
There will bo a meeting of the
Amateur Baseball League at tho Y.
M. C. A. hall this evening to make
preliminary arrangements for the
initial gamo to bo played on Satur
day. The laud bought at auction for
31193 by Mr. C. W. Booth on Satur
day was nearly eight acres instead of
98-100 of an acre as reported. Tho
several pieces constitute a rice plan
tation at Kaneoho.
A collector stopped a man on
Merchant street this morniner and
ahKea mm wneluer he know a cer
tain other man, when in reality he
was talking to him and did not know
it. One on Schnack.
Mrs. James, wifo of the popular
steward of tho S. S. Australia, will
accompany hor husband to Sau
Fianuiseo'ou tho ensuing trip. She
will bo greatly missed by hor many
frionds in Honolulu.
Four compositors wore discharged
from tho staff of tho evening Star
this morning to out down expenses.
The piopheey lately uttered by that
journal concerning the Bulletin
seems to bo coming home to roost!
Ah Po, the Chinaman who broke
into Mr. U. Lishmau's vineyard at
Makiki, and stole several bunches of
grapes, was fined .fo and given six
months at hard labor by Judge Ro
bertson this morning in" tho District
Dr. E. L. Hutchiusou and wife re
turned to this city on the bark
Albert yesterday, after an extended
tour abroad. Mrs. Hutchinson, ueo
Aforig, and husband are domiciled
at tho Waikiki residence of the
Mr. Charles Phillips is still stay
ing at the Queen's Hospital on ac
count of the injuries received when
bicycle riding at the armory, and it
will probably lie a fow weeks yet be
fore ho is able to bo out and moving
about his business again.
Another delivory window is being
out through tho solid concrete of
tho Post Ollice. It is for the uso of
Portuguese and Japanese, who now
by their great numbers, at tho gen
eral delivory and stamp window,
seriously obstruct tho traffic of busi
Captaiu T. II. Griffiths arrived in
command of the lino sailing bark
Albort from the Coast yesterday.
This is his first trip as skipper of
this vessel. Tho popular captain
was given a lively seudoff when tho
Albert was leaving tho Golden Gate.
A number of his frionds accompanied
the bark to sea on a tug with a band.
it is only obsorving the eternal fit
ness of things that tho largost and
finest restaurant tho world has over
known should be supplied by tho
largost and best beer producers on
earth, for such tho Anhoueor-Buflch
is known to bo wheiovor beer is
drank, both in tho Old World and
tho Now, H. llackfeld k, Co, aro
solo agents here for this celebrated
Mr. Goorgo U. Hoeklovi pnrHor of
Ihe ritonmur Kinuti, intends making
the grand tour. After he and Mrs,
Hockley have placed their on,
IJenry H. 1'., ut college in Illinois,
thoy will visit the World'h Fair.
Mrs. Dt'clilov will remain in Chicago,
while .Mr. lucldey goes on to Now
York nnd Kurope. Ho will lake
either the new rf-cord-lireakor Cam
pania or the hteamer Paris fur the
Atlantic oyago, Jlr. Hcckley ex
pects to he alonl three month"1).
For a lame back or for a pain in
' UioSlUour clicst, I r.v Kltunitlllg a
piece of llnunol with C'liiiniboiliiin'rt
'nin Balm and biiiitiiii; it onto the
nllVi'tfil pnrls. 1'liiis tiualini'iit will
iMiiu it iiv oidiuar,) vaso in one or two
du,)H, 1'aiu Hiiliu also citniH rheiitn.
atisin. 50 cunt bullion for twin bv
i all dualerH, liuiiFon, Smith k Co,,
I Kouti for tho Hawaiian Tulnndu
VICTORY FOR THK TOWNIEB.
Six Straight Goals Wroatod From
tho V. 8. S. Boston by tho Fa
Tho receipts at the football gamo
on tho Loaguo ground botwoon tho
Boston and Pacific elevens Saturday
afternoon amounted to $95.45 quito
a rospoctablo sum, Tho gamo began
promptly at 4:!JU o'clock, tho Pacifies
tho ball. Four miuutos
tho ogg-shaped leather was put into
play tho Pacifies lost tho ball on a
fumble, but two minutes lator re
gained it. Priuco Cupid passed tho
ball to Corbott, who uroonod it and
was downed. Wiso mado a double
pass to Corbott aftor tho ball was
put into play, and tho lattor carried
tho ball across, scoriug a touch
down. Corbott kicked a goal ton
miuutos from tho start.
The Bostons played tho wedgo
trick but gained but littlo ground,
Kauhano of tho Pacifies mado a fine
tackle, and tho ball was lost to tho
Bostons. Corbott, finely guarded by
Charles Crane, made another bril
liant run, and kicked another goal in
At 4:45 o'clock tho Bostons ad
vanced with the ball iu a body and,
by dint of heavy pushing, gained
five yards. Tho ball passed baok
ward and forward until finally Cor
bott again secured it and, with Crano
as guard, carried tho ball within ten
yards of tho Boston's goal. On a
fumble by Wise tho ball was passed
on again to tho Bostons. It was
dropped by tho latter to Corbott,
who made a brilliant run and touch
down. For the third time tho Pa
cifies kicked a goal; time, nine
The Bostons again had the ball,
and aftor four minutes' playing thoy
had gained ton yards. The ball was
lost and Louis Singer carriod it five
yards back. Corbott for the fourth
time scored a touchdown, and kicked
a goal in eight miuutos. In this in
ning Humphreys and Norcott of the
Bostons mado some fiuo plays, but
wero not guarded well enough.
Aftor a rost of ten miuutos the
Bostons put tho ball iu the field, and
lost it to Wise after a brief play.
Corbott and Wiso repeated tho
double pass trick, but were not so
successful as previous times. A
laughable feature in this inning was
Kau bane's feat in carrying a Boston
man threo yards back whila the lat
ter had tho ball. Wiso succeeded in
breaking through tho line, scoring a
touchdown. Corbott kicked a goal;
time twenty-six minutes.
Tho Boston wodged tho ball five
yards, and lost it. Corbott and
Crano wore downed aftor a smart
run. Singer was more successful,
scoring a touchdown. Another goal;
time five miuutes.
After the ball had been put in I
play for a short while, time was call
ed; and the game was awardod tho
Pacifies. Score 34 to 0.
Ensign Vogelgesang aud H. C.
Hapai acted as umpire aud referee
respectively with satisfaction.
The Bostons had a clown on tho
ground as a mascot, but he turned
out to be a "hoodoo." Thoy wero
never in it from the start. Another
match is being arraugod.
WHERE'S THE FOLICEP
Mr. J. W. Winter Thumps a Mid
Mr. J. W. Winter had quito an
adventure with a burglar on Satur
day night. Mr. Winter had been
absent in town aud returned to his
home on Boretania street about mid
night. Ho found his cow browsing
in tho front yard and chased it to
the rear. While returning to the
houso.he saw the shadow of a man
moving on tho rear veranda. Mr.
Winter walked up the steps, when
he found that the midnight visitor
was a Chinaman. He asked him
what ho wanted and at the same
time struck him over the head with
a cane. Tho burglar was dazed by
the blow and ho groped around for !
an avenue of escape. Ho finally ran (
into a small room, but returned i
again to tho veranda. Mr. Winter I
and struck him several blows on the
head aud body. These visitations
I fl r Mil maanriiim trl liMimH lum im
t-w w it jjj wi HOC? UUll VS1 UHlUlli J. uc
man succeeded in getting to the door,
closely followed by Mr. Winter. The
maraudor thinking probably the
chuso was getting too warm, turned
aud fired one shot, which, however,
did not take effect. Mrs. Winter,
who had heard the- flash of the pis
tol, screamed and attracted Mr. Win
ter's attention, and the Chinaman
disappeared in the darkuess. A hat
and a pair of Chinese shoes were
found on the veranda. Captain
Klemme inspected the premises on
being notified of tho matter. A silk
handkerchief was also found on the
premises, wlticii has been identified
i as oue of half a dozen stolen from
tho houso of Mr. F. S. Dodge ou
King street the same night. Mr.
Dodge s houso was entorod and a 1
new pair ol shoos, au
well as the '
The P. G. band will givo a pub
i lie concert ut Emmu Square this
I evening nt 7:30 o'clock. The fol
I lowing program will bo rendered:
Mnrch I'm l'ntrin et Gloria. .
Overture Tlio Mill on the OlltV
Ciiviitiiiii Tlio Hlegiiof Harlem
Kuntniln -The ltivnls..
(Iruiul Medley Mimical Huvle
Uuvotto The Utile MuriHii.i
Waltz The Bultutm
Mnrvli HIkIi Hcliool Ouilet.i.
v It I vie re
Mr. II. J. Mayura, of Oakland, Md.,
sayrt: "I havo Bold thirteen bottles
of (Jhainherlain'H Couuh Keinody
to-diiy an I
Thin ih the
t am literally Hold out.
laruebt bale on record of
any one preparation in a Hay owtr
our uoiintotri, 11 gives the beat ant
ibfjiutioii of any uouh medluint) we
handle, mid au a Heller It lead all
other preparation! on Huh niuiket."
For aalo by all dealem, Heimon,
Smith Si Co,, agents for the Hawai
VIVAS TAKES A BACK SEAT.
Result of a Scrapping Match Be
tween Portuguese Newspaper
For sometime pnst there has been
a newspaper feud raging bet ween J.
M. Vivas, notary public, convey
ancer, court interpreter nnd editor
of a small rag printed in tho Portu
guese language called the "Seuti
nolla" on t lio ono port and tho editor
of tho other Portuguese newspaper
styled tho "Uniao-Lusitana" on tho '
otlior. Tho bad blood caino to a
head yesterday afternoon when
Vivas, whoso nnmo has figured iu
tho newspapers recently in connec
tion with two different plugging
matches, stalked up to J. S. Bamos,
who edits tho "Uniao," and who was
standing near A. M. Bettencourt's i
store on Borotnnia street, opposite
tho Armory. He demnuded satisfoc-,
tiou or gore of the Uniao man. As j
ho didn't got the former, he at- ,
tempted to secure tho lattor, but ho
evidently hadn't reckouetl on tho
fighting capability of his opponent.
Ramos is a strong wiry fellow, and
must have boon taking lessons iu '
tho art of "lo boxo" from Loheido or
some other professor. He parried
Vivas' blows and retaliated by
knocking the Soutiuella gentleman
into a cocked hat. Vivas would have
received considerably more punish
ment if tho pair had not been sepa
rated by tho onlookers. Mr. Ramos
now holds the light-weight cham
pionship bolt in Portuguese circles.
INSANE CHINAMAN CAUGHT.
Wandering Nearly Starved In the
An insane Chinaman named Che
Hoi escaped in a prisoner's suit ou
August 10th, and a reward of $25
was offered for his capture. -Yesterday
o eniug about ti o'clock Wolau.
a native, was returning from tho top
of tho Kalihi mountains on a trail
when ho saw a man with a ragged
Erisoner's suit ou him among the
ushos a good distauce away. He
hid ou the roadside, aud shortly
afterward the raau walked toward
him. When within a few feet Wolau
confronted him. Che Hoi made no
effort to jjet away, as. ho was very
weak. His clothes wero falling off
of him, and Welau took him to a
house when another pair of pauts
wero given him. The demented
man had probably ignored tho wild
fruit which is iu abundance iu tho
mountains. He looked like a wild
man when brought to the Station.
FOOLED A COP.
Joe Dillon Cheats Him Out of Blood
A police officer was about lo ar- j
rest a biuojacket deserter from the I
U. S. cruiser Boston near the boat i
lauding this morning, when the do- j
serter made a break. He rushed to
the end of tho wharf and was invited ;
by Joo Dillon, a boatman, to get
into his boat. Just as the officer
made-a grab for the deserter Dillon
pushed, and rowed over to tho white
A warrant was issued for Dillon's
arrest on a charge of obstructing
aud perverting justice, aud when the
boatman returned an angry cop was
waiting to escort him to tho Police
Station. Dillon had done him out of
the $10 reward offered for tho de
serter. Tho success of Mrs. Annie M
Beam, of MoKcesport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great Hood, on account
of my husbund being employed
there. We had several children with
us, two of whom took the dinrrhcva
very badly. 1 got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhu-a
Remedy from Kov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. 1 knew of
several other cases where
equally successful. I think it can
not be excelled aud cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot-
.-- .. - ,- .... . .
j J?rtfi b all,d,fur; '8.
' 'iSifwif " g for,h HWm'
Hawaiian postal cards and enve
lopes are to bo surcharged. Already
there has been a great demand at
the Post Ollice for cards and enve
DUltlXG MY AltSKNCK I-'KOM THIS
KiuRtloin, Mussrs. Bruce anil Alex.
J. Cortwriglit will act (or ma in all ImM
nebs iiintterw under a full power of attorney.
uko. o. heuki.ky."
Honolulu, Auk. Hi 18'j NJ.S-.'!t
rN KOKT OK
HO'IKI. STKBKT A
Kim; Net with three
J Kolled Gold
Hmnll Diamonds, ltuwiird kIvuii (or its de
livery ut the llUM.BTl.N Olllro. H0J-2t
' GOM) KING WITH 8'1'ONK,
1. Waikiki Koal near the Jlutlis.
unrd to the limit rat IIl'i.i.ktin OWch.
FOR S-AXjIE !
We have just received, per our miIiuoiiot
i.iiiii, iruin ine nimui neu,
16 M ofi Raw Pita
And rnngitiK fiom HO to 100 lbs. in Weight,
llonittifnl OrnnmentH for a I.itwn.
KOU HAI.B IIV
JOHN F. GOLBURN & CO.,
Pure Bred Pointer Pops
T. W. LISHMAN,
1111 Ttltpbon 817
Roaults from taking Hood
Mr. Chan. Walkot
Of Han iTonclieo.
1 " For wcral j can 1 have been troubled with
blotclu-s ami ilmle5 nn my f.ice aial body,
wlib'li w?re very miuoving. I tried levcral pre
icrliitlom, aiid alio nlher medicines, but they
Hood's x Cures
did not icem to bem-ntnip. Last fall a friend
I advUedniMn try lluoil's Sarssiparllla. I was
determined to gle It
" A Thorough Trial.
Aftor mine two bottles, my skin returned to Its
' natural suite. I still use it, as It Rives me
1 strength and vlitor, I iiput had better health
, In my Htc, and 1 owe tt to taklni; Hood's Sarsa-
narllla." Ciiah. Wai.keu. with Cirvlll Mfg.
I Co., 48 Eighth Street, Sau Krain Iseo.
Hood's Pills aro the best after-dinner
I'UIs, assist digestion, cure headache. 26c
HOI1ROX, NBWMAN A CO.,
Agents fur Hawaiian Island.
muko from un artificially pro
duced GUM almost us elastic as
TND1A RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certuin volatile sol
vents to the consistency of un
oil, can be mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of "covering" with
much le&s pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportion:) with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
aud wearing properties.
From the Manager of Paautiau Plantation
Co., Hainakua. Hawaii.
Wm. I.i.ns Oi.iw.h, Ky., Muimgfi Ameri
can I.ul'oI Co., rjau l'rauci-co.
j fr Sir:
, A year ago I u-cil "omc of the oil luanu
i facturcd b our Company to jiaim one of
j our I'luiita'tioii IjuildlMJjs at the same time
I painting adjniiiini; building uitli paints
mixed with American and KnglWh l.in
1 need ()iln. The paint was nii.ed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
I The I'mildliiK painted with I.iicol Oil re
' tains it, original appearance, while llio-e
on which l.ln-eed Oil wa ued failed Mime
' time iil'O, tlie paint becoming chalky. An
1 this Plantation is on theweutlur side, of
' the Inland, and the climate exceptionally
I trying un I'alnt, 1 consider the above to be
I uh thorough a tent as any to which your
Oil can possible be (subjected, its superior
ity being so apparent. I take pleasure, iu
I lecommeudlug tlie l.ucnl Oil to all liners of
Yours vcrv Kespectfullv,
A. MUOItK, ManitKcr.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Watches & Clocks
Rich Red Blood
repaired, Royal Insurance Company
Mclnerny Block. Fort Street.
' H,w Mill rittnu id th' llullrtln Office,
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
QSO Fort Street, KConolvilu.
BIG CUT IX PRICKS!
Four Special Bargains!
White Turkish Bath Towels.
Damask Towels Pure
size. 21ix45 inches for.
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Yery Reasonable.
iSTlie above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1833.
:m:. s. levy
75 .FORT STREET" 75
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
OX HAND AX KXTEXMVE ASfcOKTMENT OK
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SK'0.J)-HANI OK DAMAUKI) UUODh KI-Il'T OX 11AX1)
(MIDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
II KM. TI'.I.KI'HOXK f.J.'.. - tmr Ml'Tl AI. TT.I.Kl'HOXE Wi.
AT THE KAMOTb hTOKE OK
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