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TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1891.
Tompat, July 21.
GABS Warrimoo, lllnl, from Vanconver
Tuesday, July '2.
CASS Warrimoo, Dint, fur Sydnoy nt
Bttur Klimu for Maul ami Hnwnll at 4 p mi
Htiur Olamllne fur torts on Maul nt b iu
8tmr Mlkabnln for Knanl nt A i in
From Vancouver nnd Victoria July 21
OQUsllctiiliio, Drllrodle. Jociili Fuller,
Lieut Mnrclinnt, It N, Mrs Mllncr, J II
Btuart, Mrs Kotliwell nnd 'J children, MIjs
Carter, Mr Jamlevm, Mr Vlvlnn, H X, nnd
For Mnulnnd lift nil, per ntnir Klnnu,
Jnly 21 Volcano: MIm K H Harris,
Mailnm Moore, WO Smith. Vnort:
J'losli. MrBi'hroeder, Mr K V Low nnd
child, Master llolwrtron, V It Oasllp, Mrs
Castle, Ml K II lllckucll, Tlieo Kicliardi,
Sinuiel Adelsteln. Mm Mllnu, Maitur
eniltti, J Wilcox, KU llartiartt, D Kntnt
ba, V U Itui'liittinn, Alcona, T YntMimoto,
A Tlbbs. J MiiRiiIre, U W Ashford, Lieut
blmj, Alls Mist, MiiMers U'o(4t, 0 Wil
liams' 0 children, Allii 0 Woods, Sitter
Albvrtlnn, Mlis Alrxnmlcr, Mli Hcir,
MlsDnrer. J W enndcr.on, W W Hall,
8 U Hose and wlfo, Cecil llrutvn.
CULMN8-At Honolulu, July 21, 1831, to
the wlfo of U. It. Collins, n sun.
UOLT-In this rlty, July 2.1. ltfil. to the
wife of J. L. Holt, a daughter.
LOCAL AMD OENKHAL NEW8. j
S. B. Roso nnd wlfo haro gouo to
Hilo for a visit.
Tho S. S. Warrimoo took ovor (o
Victoria tlio first watermelons of the
Thco. Rielinrdu, principal of Ka
molmtuoha school, loft ou tho Kiuau
A lot of new filovo3 will bo Bold
by .In?. F. Morgan nt 12 noon on
Fresh salmon lini boon received
by tho Warrimoo nt tho California
Captain Charles Bird,
now in command of I ho Canadian
Australian liner Wnrrimoo,
RAILROAD BOOM BEGINS.
Construction of Line to Kahuku Be-
1 gins at Once.
Tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.
have been successful in placing suffi
cient bonds to enablo them to ox
tend tho railway lino to Kahuku. A.
S. Fcek arrivodf on tho S. S. Warri-
moo this morning from Vancouver
and will begin work to-morrow
morning on tho extension. B. F.
I Dillingham, managor of tho railroad
I company, was seen by a Bulleti;: re
porter. Ho was evidently pleased
with his success. "Yes," ho said,
ARRIVAL OF THE WARRIMOO
Ordur for Bala of Land Marine Libel
Beforo Judge Cooper to-day a pe
tition wa granted to allow the sale
of real estate belonging to the New
ton minors, and Henry Smith was
appointed commissioner to sell tho
laud, with limilations as to tho
prico. C. W. Ashford for petitioner.
Agatha T. Nott and Thomas Not I
vn. Charles T Gulick, guardian of A.
A. Dolron, bill to cancel deed, was
taken undor consideration by Judge
During an altercation ovnr n kito
n Portuguese boy struck n Portu
guese lad with a bottlo to-day.
Madam Moore, W. O. Smith and
Miss K. R. Harris wre passougers
on tho Kinau for tho Volcano to-day.
Two goodly-sized turtles woro
caught iu tho harbor near tho Fish
market by a white man this morn
ing. J. Bowler is engaged building tho
sidewalk on King street between
Bethel and Fott streets. It is a
much ueeded improvement.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu trot. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 and
50 cents per niKiit.fi and fc1.2f per
Sam Dowsett, son of J. 1. Dow
sett, was thrown from a mule at Lot
lehua yesterday, breaking his arm.
Ho was brought to town In tho
J. F. Mortrau will sell tho decant
household furniture of Ralph R.
Foster, at tho residence, maukn of
tho Afotig premises, at 10 o'clock to
morrow. Tho French cruiser Dtiguay
Trouin was In Eqiiiiiintt harbor
July 12. Six was to remain 10 days
ami then sail for Now Caledonia via
Tho Polo has been laid up for two
weeks to have her boiler retubed
and a new two-blade propeller, de
signed by Superintendent Eugiueer
A. V. Kecch, put Iu.
Tho Republic of Hawaii victo
rious. The Soap battle has been
havo been vorv successful.
R V It U ' Sufficient lumber has already been
Canadian. !u.?,lt. J? .ako. t.hre0 .carff?V'9-
nan oi ino ties to no useu win do
cedar wood, and that will bo pur
chased at tho Coast. Tho other
half will bo ohia wood, and will bo
bought from Allen & Robinson. Iu
all 120,000 ties will bo usod iu laying
tho extension, Tho distanco from
tho presont terminus to Kahuku is
fJl miles, and when completed tho
main liuo of tho railroad company
will cover a distanco of 72 miles al
together. It will bo a first class
road bed, laid to sustain tho utmost
traffic possible, becauso I beliovo tho
traffic will bo much heavier iu future.
Steel bridges will bo constructed
and evorvthing about St will bo first
A. S. Feck, tho gentleman who
ha just arrived to superintend the
construction, Is a sou of Mr. A. Feok,
Tho Dublin Freeman's Journal
has tho following: It is not general
ly known that Mr. John Burns, M.
P., is a maker of anagrams. On
Monday night ho conceived tho in
genious idea of dissecting and ro-ar-ranging
tho words "Rosobery
Ladas. Tho result was startling
and unexpected "As n Derby loser."
All tho same, Mr. John Burns had
better not take tho tip iu his ana
gram, for Lord Rosebery's luck
seems very well in at tho present,
time. Another ingenious individual
a Dublin man lias mado tho ana
grain Kosobory Ladas " bad
She Brings Goodly Passengers and
Tho Canadian-Australian liner
Warrimoo, Captain Bird, R. N. R., '
arrived this morning from Van
couver, via Victoria. Purser Muuro
reports as follows: Left Vancouver
on tho lGth Inst, nt 7 a. in, and ,
Viutoria at 0:45 p. m. Experienced i
very fino weathor with high variable !
WlUUIIllUUfllllvniiru jiaiirjuu uvoil
at 7 a. in. to-day. Sho brought
twolvo cabin and thirteen steurago
passengers bo-ides -123 tons of freight
for this port. Tho Warrimoo leaves
somo timo this afternoon for Syd
ney via Suva, Fiji. Thero wore seven
stowaways on tho boat. With tho
oxcoption of two thoy woro all lock
ed up and taken on to tho Colonies.
Tho two who stayed ovor here will
bo sont back, if satisfactory arrange
ments cannot bo matte wttn mo
authorities whereby they can stay.
. United 8tatet Troops Ashore.
Tho Philadelphia men were land
ed for shoro drill at 9 o'clock this
morning. The flagship band did tu.t
como ashore. Drill was had by com
panies iu separate places. One com
pany of bluejackets undor Cadet
Worllck was drilled iu front of tho
Bclletin olllco. Tlio otnployoea
highly appreciate tho honor aud
feel bctielilcd by tho brief military
instruction afforded them through
witnessing tho maneuvers. When
thero is a vacaucy in tho Republic's
military staff, apply at this office.
It will bo cheaper than Bonding to
W. H. Nelson, who is in tho drug
business at Kingville, Mo., has so
much confidence in Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy that ho warrants overy bottlo
and offers to refuud money to auy
customer who is not satisfied after
uslnir it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk
in doing this becauso the remedy is
a certain euro for tho disease for
which it is iutouded and he knows
it. It is for sale by alt dealers, Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents fur the
Headquarters for White Goods
JNT. S. SACHS'
Ur. JR. U. ChurcMU
lit Vernon, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Kullt T7p.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
.A1NBOOK8 In Plain, Stnped, Checks afcd Plalda.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL UltADKd AND FRIO Kb.
OIM1TIK8 in Striped, Cheoks, Plaids and Hair Lium
INDIA L.INONS. BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CRK4M 4NI) KHKU
1MMKNBK VAiUKTY OK
111. formrly of Churclilll & Taylor, '
nnd civil englnecri. Jit. Vernon, i
slnn, writes i " Southern California '
was my linmo ror m.inv yenrs,
ocro i u
Wlion I eama
cgan to bo nnilcte J all over nh
AN KNUI.BHB VAKIETY OF-
And nlso pains In my back nnd a rencnt feeling
or iieliis iiiril n n. Mv business takes iro out In
tin element alt tlio time, mil I found tnr
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
sell unfit for work, l.'eaillns an pttvcrtle
went of Hood's Ssrinpullla, nnd lenrnlnj
also llitl llio medlrltiAnri cinpoumlcd In
mv mm si.ita ni ji.Kae nxeiis. I cone uneii
this tnny be nn henrai mrillrtnr. 1 took
r own St.ito nt M.iMAchiictM. I conelmteil
It And am to ruucli improved that I am out
Hood's s Cures
In nil Kcnthor w travel nil dajr with no
fatljtna nnd tired fcellnir. To nny ono that
feeu bad nil ovrr 1 snr tuke lino rs S.irmpa
tllla. It lias cured inc." lt.lI.CiiuitciiiLu
Hood's Pills euro Live Ills, Jaundice,
WUouiucii. bUk Ucjdacha and CorullpaUoa.
HOURON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawnltan Island
teMRKOtliKKY KtXHNOH in 8wlss, Nainsook and Harul.nr.
All Widths with Inserting to Matrh.
All-ovar BabroMery, Babroidery FlonncM aid Deal t?liMctv
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
Cooper aftor arumm'tit to-tiny. C.
W. Afhford for plaintiff; W. A. Kin-
, ..i i... ainiralily M'ttlotl witlititil hlonilslictl
v ,.!.?n.t ' t'l ntN. HrolintnV Hunnliilu Soap
h S 1 lI'UiMjml, ami don't foar, as pvnru
nor for ilofuntlant.
A citation has tiunn issu
Inter - Island Stoam
.... m.1 It... ...!. ..f it... IT-....-!
vuuiunuv nt. iiiu biiiu ui iiiu Jinnui' ,,.,., .-n
Ian Sucar Coninauv.clalmiutf$.!il23- I Protal"-
. - r ,, - - -, . - . i.
GO damnpjea bv libel for tho loss of Ordway & 1'ottor liavtt a
UOti uagr) oi sugar in tlio sinking oi
tuuaclioonur Mary E. Foster by tlio
teamor Mikaliala. Paul Notimann
aud Wui. Foster aro proutom for
- libellant. Tlio libol la sworn tu by
W. O. Irwin, trcnstirerof the Ilawaf
iau Sugar Company.
To Purify Water.
Dr. Loffinanu recommend to
housewives a simple moans of prcci
pitatiiiR turbid walor by the use of
a solution of alum. Ono hundred
antl thirty graius of crystallized
alum dissolved in ono pint of water
will produce a largo quantity of tlio
purifying liquid, as it is only used
in tho proportion of ono to two
graius of alum to a'gallou of wator.
That would require three tcaspoou
fuls of tho solution to every two
gallons of wator. Aftor stirring it
in lot tho wator stand a fow hours,
aud it will bo perfectly clean mid
ready to bn poured tiff from tho
thick dopos.it iu tho bottom. If it is
then filtered it will bo iu good con
dition for drinking. Even without
filtering it will iw safe to drink tho
wator if it has not stood very long,
as it has been found that tho addi
tion of tho alum greatly reduces tho
number of bacteria. Tho taste is
not affoctod, as the alum decomposes
in tho water, aud sets frco com-
fioundn lha, attach themselves to
ho mddy elements iu tho wator and
cause them to settle. This remedy
is not for contaminated water, which
should always bo boiled. Vw 1'orJt
A report was circulated this morn
ing that tho S. S. Warrimoo, when
coining out of Victoria harbor, mot
thoSau Francisco t-toanier but would
uot wait to get the mails. Purser
Munro of tho Warrimoo, having
heard this report, called at th
Bullltin otlii'o to emphatically deny
it. Tho Warrimoo waited two hours
and a half for tho S. S. City of
Puebla, which arrived at G a. m.,
and having got what mails that
steamer had railed for Honolulu
half au hour later. Mr. Munro had
taken particular pains to securo all
malls within reach.
vorttsciii"iit to-day, which in coin
mended to the attention of nil who
want to buy good furniture, or have
decomt tug done, at low prices suit
ed to tho times.
The store of Iloffschlanger & Co.
was flooded with water Inst night.
Captain Lnngloy tnado tho discovery
about 2 o'clock this morning. Some
one, as usinl, had forgotten to turn
off the futtcet.
John Poterrou, a nine-year-old
lad, fell from a tree nt Palama on
Saturday aud broke his collar bono
besides sustaining other injuries on
tho head. Tho little fellow is still
suffering Hovcroly. '
Tho hnro nnd hounds chnso on
noxt Saturday nfternoon will bo very
interesting. Prince Cupid nnd Spen
cer, the hounds, promise to give tho
hares, who will bu captained by W.
Prostidgo, n lively chn;e.
Mr. Jnmicsoii arrived on the S. S.
Warrimoo this morning from British
Columbia, and intends making a
stay here. Ho in a noted persoutige,
Having nccotupiiulcil atnuioy on tils
famous tour through Darkest Africa.
J. W. Chapman caters for Ban
quets, Socials, Private Dinner Par
ties, Wedding or Oardeu Parties,
etc. Ho will be pleased to call upon
auy ladies or gentlemen who will
kiudly address him through the
Lioutouaut Mnrchant, It. N., was
a passenger on tho S. S. Warrimoo.
In company with a number of blue
jackets thu o Ulcer comes to join II.
IJ. M. S. Champion. Tho Champion
will remain hero until relieved by
II. B. M. S. Hyncintlh
Jos. A. Victor will loavo on thn
steamer Kanla either to morrow or
next day with his phonograph for
Waianne, where ho intends exhibit-
' Chamberlain's is tho IhsI of all.
Vincent J. Barkl, of Daubury, Iowa,
lias used UliamDorlnlusUougu item-1
eily whenever in ueed of a medicine
for coughs and colds, for tho past I
live years aud says: "It always helps
me out. If nnyono asks mo what
kind of cough medicine I use, I re- J
ply, Chamberlain's, that is tho best
oi nil. a anu 0Oc. bottles lor sale
all dealers. Benson. Smith fc
Thn Fishuiarkot abounds in flying
fish. Boat-loads came iu this morning.
for Uim Hawaiian Isl-
.1 KID. I. HUI'HI
ton i'ntjr inert- on the )
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T T1IK ANNUAL
V. tllll blll.'kllullltTH Of
ing '"Edison's Inlest." In
(juence the merry-go-round
shut down for two weeks.
S U. (I. IllWIN it
l'o.(l.'it). IniM nt IIh olllco mi Tlairsiliiy,
July II. thill, tlio fulluwliiir eutlenitii
were re-olni'teil to tvrvu us OIIIcum during
thu l'iuuIiik yuar, viz.:
V, (I. Irwin. ...l'reiilent nnd Mitniiger
I lues KtiieoLi'ls Viuv-l'ru-lilunt
W M (llll'inl. Trcamireruiidtiecroinry
Tlu-u. C. 1'ottor Auditor
II. M. WIIITNKY,
AetliiK fenritturv V. (I. I. .t Co., I.'d.
Our Water Supply.
rain gaugo at tho Electric
Light Station, Nuuauu Valley, regis
tered one-eighth of inch last night
It rained nut little iu tlio valley, nl
though it poured for a while iu
town. Tho reservoirs to day eland
as follows: No. 1, three feet; No. 2,
dry, aud No.,'), four feet four inches.
Last Juno, Dick Crawford brought
his twelve mouths old child, suiTor
ing from iufantilo diarrhoea, to me.
Ithad been weaned at four months
old and being sickly everything rati
through it like water through a
sieve. 1 gave it the usual treatment
in such cases but without benefit.
The child kept growing thinner un
til it weighed but little uioro than
when bom, or perhaps ten pounds
I thou started the father to giving
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Kemedy. Before ono bot
tle of the 25 ceut size had been used,
a marked improvement was seen anil
its continued use cured the child.
Its weakness aud puny constitution
disappeared and its father and my
self beliovo the child's life was saved
by this Remedy. J. T. Maiilow, M.
D., Tamaroa, 111. For sale by nil
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agent fur the Hawaiian Islands
Iu a trial trip before sailing ou
her Norway cruii-es, the C. A. S. S.
.Mioworn attained a main speetl of
17.!I5 knots uu hour. Her engines,
to which auxiliary power has been
added iu her repairing, worked
suiuothly and without vibration.
Opium Joint Italdud
Anol her Colonial has fallen uuder
the mighty hand of Justice. In the
Dihtrict Court this morning he was
found guilty of belling opium nod
seuteuccd to two months' imprison
ment and pay a fine of $500. He
was arrested iu a house iu the reur
of Sing Loy's dry goods uioro on
Kiug street Iu his apartments were
found a regular opium joint plant.
There were etuiity aud partly empty
opium tius, lie hue nuts, horns ami
packages containing opium. Senior
Captain Andiews made tlio arrest.
iTsi)i:n.sinxi:i) ii.wixn hbks
niinalntod Aolcnw of tlio 1-Ntnte of
1'nl Wii i linn, of Honolulu, a liunkr-ii.t.
riiili-ii nil perrons IiuvIiik vIiiIiik ui;:iIiii
mi 1. 1 i;lntu to iruint their i-lnlius wllliln
six immtliH from tlutm-r tliny w III ho for
ever I in r-it, nnd nil cerim owIiik said Ks
mm nru lieruliy Kiiiitntcil to muku iiniiin-il-am
iHiynieiil to (1 1C. ilonriliiuin. nt "Ku
Mnllu'1 ritoru, llult-l htre.-t, Itoiinlnlii.
(1 i:. IIOAltUMAN
Honolulu, July '.M, iwil. nrje-nt
QO TO THE ANOHOB SALOON.
VrU.I.I.M CUNNINOIIAM, MAN- .
V V U);r of ill" Anchor tjitloou, Is ki-up-hiK'
U)i with tli. tlnn-M At tlm Anchor you '
can "wet jtniryii' with nn Oystur Cock-
tull and wuhIi it down with ft Kruderlckii- '
Ixiru llt-iir. Oyster Cocktails a simoiulty. I
MOTICK IU IIKIIKHY GIVEN THAT
XI nil IIIINof thrtiH or iiinrniiioiitliN old, I
J. J. ECA1T
514 Port Street.
In order to make room for
nn immuiiHu new htock of Dry
mid Fancy CJoodH, lillinery,
GentH1 Furnishings and IJoy'n
Ulothing, wiucli will nrrtve
shortly, I Hhull on Monday,
July 2JJd, hegin a grand elrnr
ance Hale. Our prices will
positively he ho low that you
will lie atdiamcd to look clue
where. There are plenty of
ladieH in Honolulu who do uot
wear nilk dresses on account
of the hard times. Hut we
have some special patterns
that we are offering at greatly
reduced prices to make shelf
room for our new goods.
When ladies want society
items they look in the society
or local columns. When thoy
want hargains they read tho
advertisements For those
who don't wish silk we have
Serges iu endless variety.
Our Hosiery Department will
satisfy the most fastidious,
aim some ot our Laces are
simply beautiful and at less
than reasonable prices; and
our Hibbous are well, what's
tlio use of going further?
A call at our place of btifi
ness, 514 Fort r-trcct, will
eonvince you. I would he
pleased to have you read this
"ad" next week, as 1 intend
quoting you some prices on
Dress Goods, both Silk and
Serge, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, etc., that will make
you think I am constantly
beating the Custom House,
hut a visit will convince the
most skeptical tli.tt (he cheap
est place in Honolulu to trade
Another victory fur
tho "Cleveland." V.
Wilder scoop it in nt
Kahului, Jattt, on
the 4th Jnly.
Speed, Beauty, Light
lies and Strength.
H. E WALKER.
Aunt. Honolulu, U I
Cummlni Block, Mercbtnt St.
? Figured Muslin,
q White Dress Goods,
V Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
a 10 niK
Frenoh JClcX Slioe ett $a.S6.
ill NUUANU STREET.
KKU11ANT TAI LOK.
J PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW 6T00K OK
iGuriliinuivH mid Sorguti Jusl Keivel !
HaWailS ' awra rROM 14 xjv
"o fjry (joods. Fancy OnodB, Lawns, Etc., Etc., blui
Saturday Af teroooo, July 28ih. I Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
A.T 300 O'OX-OOJC
Visitors, Picnic Parlies, Loaus
At Smith's Husaki Livkiiv
Stahlk4, Kino Stukkt,
Ailjoinlni; Mutrii'illtun Meat Markit,)
In thn t'ln-a'ft I'lui'fl In Town you ran
Ut't ItllxxrtN, Wll!lllUtlU1, IIIIKIIIU4 lllnl
hulillu llor'tii. It will p.iv ynil to i-ull
unil tun before jou try clM-wliuro.
Temple of Fashion
BIS E'ort Street
Ladies' Underwear. Boy's Clothing,
' Large Auortmont of Ladlrt' and Chlldrtn'a Sboat.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
LartfH line of Woolnna nt 2Ih Flnnttelettea, HI yartU for II 00.
i Hriiwu and Whitti (Jottoim, from H to 'idynnU, $I.(KI pur nltn-e.
AmoakiiAff Jinli:iiiii. 12 yard for f I.IK). Gonts'nnd Ladle-' Uatliinir Suiu
' Silkn, Satin, Sitrj;on, Lawns and Dmax (ioodn of overy duBuriptiuti
L. CJ-. 8ILVA, ProiDrietor.
PER S. S. " C3--A.-E3TiIO."
1 1 live mudc unothur Larc Iinportation ot
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
Rrauda of LA
EL COM ETA
nt is J. J.
Eoan'b, at 514
luiuii. it nut pii'i ' auk,
ilarul in tliu lunula of uu
attornuy fur coiluctl n.
m. n. i.i. l ,
lUSI-7t lloti'l htrei-t
iluu tliu illiilori'luiliil.
I, lf.ll, will In) l
HAWAIIAN OPERA l
Hteuin Navlgittiim Co., from
Dili IX ion
. I. liKVUY,
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE! sATUBDAvrjuLYaw.,
! i'Mmt inM-ntntlou In lirninutln form of
.tliu Iiiicrn-lliij.' iiii'nti nt- I'uiini'Uit'il ulth
I tin iii'uvnr of tin .SiimIuIuIi UIiiiiiIu hv
' (.'ii.tiiifi JaniuH t'.x.K It N .liliii tlirtilntth
of iluu DMIiikiiIiIii' I NuvliMlor
I $m- I'nri'fiilly ilr.iwn from rfllulilo II
n-iliiin iili'l rori'iKii ,i'tMiilllcN liy 11 M
I'lltlWI.I.Y, An liur ol "llm Wooing ol
t3P Tbls Brand will iu de found Ittllablb and Good Value. j
A ItuniQiitln IIMoniMl Urima Iu Tour
Atti. Uliiiruolirs ) 'liloMlcil Amu'mim.
Mttohll Poteruon Ooaat Agants.
IIOX I'l.AN now ou at lyey'i.
Honolulu, uro liemliy niiielil to mr
rim o tli'kuts at tliu Wliiirf Olllru of llm
! Coinnunv l-forii I'liilmtklni!. atnl nuv huh
i neiiKt'r fiilllni: to tin mi bliull In- Miliji-i't to
I my 'i xircvia of tilt- ri'ulur fun iu mlili-
i tlun tlierelii. Tlila ruin will liu ftrlrtlv fii-
l forri'il from ami after tliu Utilnvof Auuitst
, proximo. V. it. liOllb'KKY,
1 W. If. Mi'l.r.AN.Beo'y i'n-liluiit.
llnnnliilii .1 1 1 1 17 ivil UKV7
fKOM Til 18 I1AIK, l. K. IIOI'
1? KAIIKIOK i iilniio a iiliorlri'il to ilruw
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