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DAILY PACIFIC COMMEUCIAL. ADVERTISER, JAN UK AY li7. 1893.
OiHD RAILWAY & USD CO
FROM AND VFTKR OCT. 1, 1892.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M
Leave Honololo.6:15 8:45 1:45 4:35t
Arrive Honoallall.7:20 9:5? 8:57 5:35t
Leave noooallall.730: 10:43 3:43 5:491
Arrive Honolala8:35 11:55 4:55 0:501
FIABL CITT LOCAL.
Leave Uonolal a... 5:10
Arrive Pearl Clty,...... 5:48
Leave Pearl City ...6:55
Arrive Honolulu. ...7:30
t Saturdays only.
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San. 15 29.929.95 65 79 O.fO 7 4-10
Mod 16 30.05 30. CO 67 75 0.02 71 I'1
Toe 17 30.12 30.05 63 7!0.02 80 7
Wed 18 30.08 30.03 70 77 0.06 74 5
Tna 19 30.09 30.ro Tl 76o.04 70 6
Frid 2031.03 29 97 67 7710.04 7u 4
Sat. iliJO 0129.94 67 79i0.00 67 l
Tides, San and Moon.
II O. t. LYOHS.
p.m. a.m J p.m.: a.m.
8.371 7.50 2.15; 1. 0
3. 0! 2.30
3.50 4. 0
5.10! 7. 0
6. o: 8.30
1.35; 1. o; 6.40!
2. 6 2.15 7.25
First Quarter of tbe moon on the 21th, at "h.
66m.. P. u.
Time Whittle blows at lh. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the same as 12h. Om. Cs.
of Greenwich time.
Thursday, Jan. 27.
Schr Moiwahine from Koholalele.
Thursday, Jan. 27.
Stnir Lehna, Fitzgerald, for Maui.
Strur C K Bishop, Le Claire, for Waialua.
Strnr Waialeale, Freeman, for Labaina
Stmr Hawaii. Hilbtis, for Olowalu and
Schr Kuiamanu for Tuna.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr James Makee. Haglund, for Kapaa,
at 5 pm.
Am bk Sonoma. Anderson, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS IS PORT.
(This list doea not include eoaaters.)
U S 8 Boston, Wiltse, Hilo.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, Newcastle.
Am bkt Plauter, Dow, Port Townsend.
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson. San Francisco.
Am brgt W G Irwin, AicCulloch, San Fran
Br bk Scotch Wizard, Newcastle.
Am bkt J no Smith, Groth, Newcastle.NSW
Am schr Carrier Dove, Brandt, Callao.
Am bkt Hilo, Ballister. Newcastle, N 8 W.
OSS Australia, Houdlette, San Francisco.
Am schr Wm F Witzmann, Johnson.Syd'y
FORKION VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels. Where from. Dne.
Ger bk H Hackfeld Liverpool.: . .Dec 10
Haw schr Liliu Micronesia Mar 31
Mis bkt Morning Star. Micronesia.. May 23
Br bk Tacora Liverpool. Jan 25-31
Bk Amy Turner Boston May 20
U S S Mohioan San Fran . ..Jan 25
Schr Liholiao Fanning's Is. Jan 19
Jap corv Kon-go San Fran. . .Jan 27
Am bkt M Winkelman.. Newcastle.. Feb 20
Am bk Lady Lampson.. Sydney Feb 28
For Hilo, per stmr Hawaii, Jan 20 1
McLennan and Capt Wm Matson and wi'e.
Per stmr C R Bishop, 2700 bags sugar, 26
hides and 140 bags rice; per schr Moiwa
hine, 2062 bags sugar.
A Whole in New York Bay.
A large sperm whale disporting
himself among the blocks of ice in
the bay attracted great crowds at
the Battery, New York, on the 11th
inst. His whaleship was seen just
off the Pennsylvania railroad pier
at Jersey City. He looked like the
submarine boat Destroyer, his
curved back just cutting the sur
face of the water. He appeared to
be about thirty-five feet long and
as large around as a hogshead. At
times he would disappear below
the surface and reappear again at
one hundred feet distant.
What Constitutes a Gentleman.
A Kentuckian recently won a
prize offered for the best definition
of a gentleman, and his definition
.was: "A man of refinement and
culture, whose aims are noble,
whose truth is constant, and not
only constant in its kind, but ele
vated in its degree ; whose want of
meanness makes him simple, and
who can look the whole world in
the face v.ith. a true, manly sym
"pathy for the great and small."
The Poet's Revenge.
"Is the editor in?" asked thepoet,with
A smile that was far from bright.
"He is," said the drowsy printer; "they
Hun him in last night."
Then the poet laughed for revenge i9
Sweet and gratefully went his
And softly hummed as he trod the
"Ten dollars, or thirty days!"
Persons possessing files of
Magazines can have them bound np in
any desired style at the Gazette Book
bindery, which is doing as fine work as
can be done in any Ssin Francisco or Bo?
ton Bindery. None but the best workmen
Wed ... 25
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A Brief History of the Revolu
tion. The steamer Claudine is expected
to bring the next mail from San
The steamer Yamashiro Maru is
due from Yokohama with a load of
The Y. W. C. T. U. will hold a
meeting this afternoon at three
o'clock at the Y. M. C. A.
The band will give a concert at
the Hotel this evening in honor of
the birthday of the Emperor of
Miss D. Lamb is empowered to
administer the oath of allegiance.
She can be found at the' office of
J. A. Magoon.
By an order of the Advisory
Council, the saloons will be allowed
to keep open until 10 :30 p.m. until
The Justices of the Supreme
Court and the Circuit Judges are
busy now-a-days administering the
oath of allegiance.
Judge Frear has appointed
Abraham Fernandez executor of
the estate of the late Maria O'Sul
livan without bond.
In all probability the Claudine
will bring several newspaper cor
respondents to this city when she
returns from San Francisco.
The Advisory Council of the
Government has authorized the for
mation of the National Guard. The
Act passed its final reading yester
day. Hereafter the Board of Health
will be open on Sundays and holi
days from 7 :30 a. m. to 9 a. m. for
the purpose of issuing burial certi
ficates. The Government is paying the
election expenses incurred last
year, besides paying off a lot of
other claims against the old Gov
ernment. Citizens having business at the
Government Building will always
be admitted by applying to the
Commander-in-Chief or the Officer
of the Day.
Chief Justice Judd has filed a
decision in favor of the defendants
in the assumpsit suit of Joseph
Tinker vs. Antonio Rodrigues and
Antone Rosa, executor.
.The Day of Prayer for colleges
was fittingly observed at Oahu
College yesterday afternoon. Ad
dresses were given by Rev. Dr.
Hyde and Miss Leavitt.
Chief Justice Judd has appointed
Bruce and A. J. Cartwright as
trustees of the trust settlement of
Lydia K. and D. H. Davis in place
of the late A. J. Cartwright.
John F. Colburn has resigned as
a member of the Board of Health.
It is understood that he resigned
in preference to taking the oath of
allegiance to the Government.-
Chief Justice Judd has granted
another respite to Masuda, the
Japanese who was sentenced to be
hung on next Monday. No date
has been set for the execution.
The Hawaiian Gazette Co. will
issue a Brief History of the Revo
lution. The pamphlet will contain
ft full account of the formation of
the Provisional Government. Order
The marriage of Mr. J. Cunning
ham and Miss Anna, eldest daugh
ter of Capt. A. Christian of this
city, will be solemnized at the Ro
man Catholic Cathedral on next
A very much mixed up Chinese
assault and battery case, in which
ten defendants figured, was tried
in the District Court yesterday.
Judge Foster will give his decision
on Saturday morning.
The Advisory Council of the
Government, at a meeting held
yesterday, passed a resolution
changing the hours under martial
law. The order will go into effect
to-day at noon, and hereafter the
hours will be from 1 1 r.M. to -4 a.m.
It is rumored that the holders of
the Lottery Franchise will bring a
suit against the Provisional Gov
ernment for damages on account of
the repeal of the Act. They claim
that a franchise for twenty-five
years is a vested right which can
not be withdrawn.
It is quite probable that, with the
mild weather which has prevailed
for the past week, the steamer Clau
dine will arrive at San Francisco
during to-daysay eight days from
Honolulu. If it is decided to send
her right back, she might leave on
Saturday or Sunday, and be here
about the 6th of February.
Your friend Luning is the hap
piest man in town. Ever since a
shirt-maker named Johnson got
the best of Irim in a lawsuit he
has been waiting for a chance to
get even. Luning hunted high
and low for a bill against Johnson
and was finally rewarded by se
curing an old board bill amount
ing to 121, which Johnson had for
gotten to pay. Judge Foster has
given judgment for the amount,
and now Luning will enjoy collec
ting the amount."
TUG EMPEROR'S BIRTH DA Y
A Band Concert and a Big Din
ner at the Hotel.
Emperor William of Germany
will celebrate his birthday to-day.
The event will be observed in this
city this evening at the Hotel
where the Hawaiian Band will
furnish a patriotic programme. In
addition to the concert,' Manager
English, of the Hotel, has had his
chef, prepare a special dinner in
honor of the occasion. The dinner
is not an exclusive one, and is
open to the general public, but the
manager expects intending diners
to notify him in advance, in order
to prevent any possible disappoint
ment. Appended is the menu
which will be offered the guests.
It speaks for itself.
GEKMAX EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY.
Special Dinner at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Consummede Volaille3 a la Dor Leon.
Broiled Fresh Salmon, Sauce Valoise,
Boned Mullet, a la Kalakaua,
Potatoes a la Duchesse.
Larded Tenderloin of Beef
a la Chantilly.
Supreme of Wild Duck a la Princesse.
Saddle of Mutton a la Romaine.
Cauliflower. Cream Sauce.
American Asparagus. Green Corn.
French Green Pease.
Stull'ed Chicken, Bread Sauce.
Ribs of Beef.
York Ham with Spinach.
Miuce Pie. Apple Pie.
Apricot Tartlet a la Francaise.
Jelly s, l'lmperiale.
Vanilla Ice Cream a la Victoria.
"God Save the Emperor."
THE BAND PROGRAMME.
The following is the Band pro
gramme, which was specially pre
pared for the occasion by Professor
Berger. The concert will com
mence at T o'clock.
1. Overture "Festival" Bach
2. Fantasia "Emperor's Review"
3. Selection "Astorga" Abert
4. Medley " Frolich heiter und
so weiter" (new) Sackur
Three Hawaiian Songs.
5. Medley "Musical Delusions"
G. Fantasia "German Marches"..
7. Chorus "Tanuhauser" ..... Waguer
8. Galop "Hoch soli er leben"
"The Watch on the Rhine."
A Brief History of the Revolu
tion to be Issued.
The Hawaiian Gazette Co. has
now in press an important publica
tion which is destined to meet
with the hearty approval of the
general public here and elsewhere.
It is entitled "A Brief History of
the Revolution," and it will be is
sued in a convenient pamphlet
The unprecedented large sales of
the Advertiser and the Hawaiian
Gazette, bath of which contained
the only true and extended account
of the late revolution is the cause
of the new publication.
For some days this office his re
ceived many inquiries for papers
containing the particulars of the
successful overthrow of the mon
archy, but their requests could not
be complied with for the simple
reason that the supply had given
The many people who have been
disappointed will no doubt hail
this announcement with satisfac
tion. The brief history will contain
everything which has appeared in
the Advertiser about the revolu
tion; commencing with the first
meeting which organized the com
mittee of safety, the causes which
led to that meeting will be ex
plained; a report of the memor
able mass meeting which was
held at the Armory; the full
account of the events of the fol
lowing day when the commit
tee of thirteen promulgated
the Provisional Government. From
that moment everything will be
graphically described, the whole
forming a complete history right
up to date. Several special articles
have been written for the pamphlet,
and take it all in all, it will be the
most interesting and valuable pub
lication ever printed in this
Another feature will be the illus
trations. Every prominent official
of the Provisional Government will
be represented on its pages, besides
a number of cuts of the prominent
Government buildings. A photo
graph of the ex-Queen will also be
As but a limited number of
pamphlets will be printed, orders
should be left at once at the news
dealers or at this office. The price
of the publication has not been
settled on as yet, but it will be low
enough to be within the reach of all.
Any kind of printing at the Ga
zette Office equal to work done
WHARF AND WAVE.
f JJIAMOND HEAD. Jan. ' . VI P.M. :
Weather, cloudy ; wind, light E.
The barkentine Planter will
load sugar after the Sonoma.
It is understood that the Japan
ese who went to San Francisco by
the schooner Aloha will return to
Honolulu by the . same vessel as
they were not allowed to land.
The steamer W. G. Hall is due
to-day from windward ports.
The barkentine Hilo was moved
to the O. R. fc L. Co.'s wharf yes
terday to discharge her cargo of
Captain W. Matson was a pas
senger to Hilo by the steamer Ha
waii yesterday. Mr. Matson is
owner of the barks Harvester and
Annie Johnson and the brigantine
The bark Sonoma will leave this
morning with a sugar cargo for
The stockholders of the bark
John Ena are still entertaining
hopes of the safety of their vessel.
Some of them would not sell their
stock for a cent below par.
The captains of the bark Scotch
Wizard, schooner Wm. F. Witze
mann and barkentine Hilo have
their wives with them.
Commander II. L. Johnson has
been detached from the command
of the U. S. S. Mohican, flagship of
the Pacific station, and ordered to
proceed to his home. Commander
Nicoll Ludlow has been ordered to
command the Mohican. The Mo
hican is expected at this port
The steamer Lehua came down
from the Marine Railway yester
day morning and soon after de
parted for Maui.
The barkentine Irmgard will
probably leave to-morrow or next
Monday for San Francisco with
1180 tons of sugar. Capt. Schmidt
has refused passage to thirty Jap
anese wTho are eager to go to San
The U. S. S. Marion left Shang
hai on Dec. 4th for Nagasaki,
where she will receive on board
the remainder of the crew of the
condemned TJ. S. S. Palos. She
will then proceed south as far as
Singapore, calling at most of the
places on the way down. She will
also visit Manila, and expects to
be absent about three months.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
San Francisco bay is having a
run of herrings and the fish com
bine in San Francisco has been
smashed in consequence.
The schooner Volant left San
Pedro about December 17th, in
ballast, for Eureka ; on the 13th
instant she was sighted bottom up
near Point Gorda. The tug Fear
less towed her to San Francisco.
The crew is undoubtedly lost.
The ship Lord Templemore has
arrived at San Francisco from
Liverpool after a tempestuous voy
age of 202 days. As high as 40
per cent, was paid for the insur
ance. Four of the crew of the schooner
Louis Olsen have turned States
evidence to save themselves. The
vessel did a big business in smug
gling Chinese and opium. Her
captain and owner, William Olsen,
is evidently up for a good term in
The bark Majestic has been out
nearly thirty days from Seattle,
and it is feared that she was lost
in the same gale that upset the
The British bark Navarch was
abandoned at sea while on a voy
age from Philadelphia to Dunkirk.
Some of the crew who were taken
off by a passing vessel have arriv
ed at Havre. They had a terrible
experience. On December 21st
the bark encountered a terrible
hurricane. The weather was ter
ribly cold and everything was cov
ered with ice. Captain Hilton was
fatally injured by a falling spar,
and a day after his death a tre
mendous sea boarded the vessel,
carrying overboard the first officer
and two of the crew.
Shorthanded and with the bark
making water the second mate de
cided to stand away for the Azores.
The situation became worse and
finally it was decided to abandon
the bark. Just then a vessel ap
peared and took the crew off. Ex.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Ewa Plantation Co. will be held on
SATURDAY, January 28, 1892, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the office of Castle A
Cooke, Honolulu. E. D. TENNEY.
3287-3t Secretary E. P. Co.
Annual Meeting ef Stockholders.
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED.
qMIE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIE
JL Stockholders of C. Brewer & Com
pany, Limited, will be held at the
Company's Offices on Qaeen Street, Ho
nolulu, on WEDNESDAY, the 1st
proximo, at 2 o'clock p. m.
E. F. BISHOP,
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
KX? Per S. S. Australia from San
Francisco, received, 2"th January,
1S03, Cawarino's Refrigerator,
containing a full supply of Ice House
Fruits and Vegetables; also Apples,
Nuts, Raisin?, Smyrna Figs, Dates,
Frozen Oysters, Celery, Cauliflower,
Salmon, Crabs, etc. s
Mutual Tel. 378.
California Friit Market.
Sap- The Musical Library of the
late G. L. Babcock Is now on sale at
the Golden Rule Bazaar.
Winter & Winter, Dentists.
Office, 33 Beretania street. Gold Fil
lings, $3; Silver Fillings, $1; Teeth
Extracted, 50 cts. Eastern Prices.
Mutual Telephone No. 239.
The Bon Ton Dressmak
ing Parlors are now at corner of
Fort and Beretania streets, open to
those of Honolulu and vicinity wish
ing stylish suits and costumes, as well
also as comfortable and neat gowns.
The public are now enabled to have
their wardrobes fitted out as well and
with the same style as can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 323S-lm
DR. H. L MOORE
Offica:- Corner King and Fort Streets
(Over Ilobron & Newman's Drug Store.)
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.
Pure and Fresh Machine-made l
In Quantities to suit individual
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FRESH !
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Queen aud Alakea Streets.
. V. F. WILSON, Manager.
flT Bell Telephone 538.
P. (. Box 49G. 3273-1 m
A NEWLY FINISHED COT-
ii iae ai i'aama, near ivine street,
and close to the traracars. Apply
to C. F. Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s
Hawaiian Stamps Wanted.
WANTED USED HAWAIIAN
Stamps, especially old issues and
surcharges. In exchange for rare foreign
UNITED STAMP COMPANY,
3276-10t Oamaru, New Zealand.
EDWIN A. JONES,
Has opened an Office for transacting
all business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Stocks and Real Estate
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
jfi?"OFFiCE: 94 Merchant street.
P. O. Box No. 55. 3250-1 m
MISS BURROW, 99 HOTEL
street. Washing Dresses neat
ly made from $3. Stylish Cos
tumes and Evening Dresses
from $7 and up.
RESIDENCE RECENTLY OC-
Tpf cupied by Hon. A. Rosa, adjoin
ing residence of G. E. Boardman.
House new, pleasantly located and hav
ing all the modern improvements.
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
3192-tf Custom House.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
about 8 acres of Rice or Garden
Land, well situated for town lots, in one
of the suburbs of Honolulu ; water from
two artesian wells. Apply to M. A., P.
O. Box 442. 3282-1 w
Special attention given to com
mercial printing at the Gazette
Those who have not
used Boscbee's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Lunes can hard-
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
Eain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
age, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it Q
FOR THE SWEET
We keep the Purest and
Best. Novelties in the
Christmas Tree Orna
ments, Bon Bons, etc.
We have an ex
display for Hol
idays. You are cordially
invited to inspect
HART & CO.
HART&C0.J Elite Ick Cream
k Honolulu - Parlors and
Levy's Little Speech:
My Goods are New.
My Prices are Low.
My Terms are Cash.
My Store is 75 Fort Street.
My Name is M. S. Levy.
FURNISHING - GOODS !
HOSE, WHITE SHIRTS,
Special Line of
W life Dress Goods
Figured Linen Lawns,
A full Line of
Woolen Dress Goods
: " . Xunsveiling.
MRS. E. TURNER
Has removed her
To Hotel st, Opp. the Y. M. a A. Hall
Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking
in all the latest styles. The new method
of form-fitting employed (the method
now used by all the leading dressmakers
in San Francisco).
gjEFAM work neatly and promptly
finished. Trices as reasonable as any in
the city. 3234-tf
Pianos For Rent
flANOH IN GOOD OKDEK
from $4.00 to $7.00 per monlh.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS
When in the
course of human
events it becomes
necessary for the
people to dissolve
the ties which bind
them to dyspepsia
and kindred stomach
ic disorders, and to
assume among the
powers of the earth
the rosy complexion
which goes hand in
hand with health,
happiness and inde
pendence which the
laws of nature entitle
them to, a decent res
pect to the opinions
of physicians requires
that they first try
T Ask . your
grocer for it.
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITHER
large or small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postage Stamps, as follows :
(Theso offers aro per hundred and any
quantity will be accepted, no matter how
small, at the same rates.)
1 cent, violet 9 60
1 cent, blue CO
1 cent, green.... 40
2 cent, vermilion , 150
2 cent, brown 50
2 cent, rose 20
2 cent, violet, 1891 issue 60
5 cent, dark blue ... 50
5 cent, ultramarine blue 60
6 cent, green 2 60
10 cent, black ;.. 4 00
10 cent, vermilion 6 00
10 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black m. 6 00
12 cent, mauve 0 00
15 cent, brown 5 00
18 cent, red 10 00
25 cent, purple 10 00
50 cent, red. 15 00
$1, carmine 25 00
1 cent envelope 40
2 cent envelope 76
4 cent envelope 1 69
5 cent envelope. 1 60
10 cent envelope 3 00
fiNo torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. E. WASHBURN,
625 Octavia St., San Francisco, Oal.
3021 1418-tt '
By the Steamer City of Rio do Janeiro
SILK AND CREPE! -
For Ladies' Dresses, Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Crepe Undershirts, Silk Shawls.
A great variety of the newest.
useful ornamental articles in
OThe stock being vary extensive,
enumeration is impossible. An early
JAPANESE BAZAAR, Hotel St.,
32681w J. M. ie Sa k Silva.
A FULL NICKEL COLUMBIA
Bicycle, property of W. S. Malt
by. Apply of
3265-tf GEO. H. PARIS.
For Rent or Lease.
jfc A LARGE BRICK BUILDING
EmM on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Business Location or for Storage
Room. For further information, apply
to HARRISON BROTHERS,
GO TO THE
OK TO TIIE
Table Board $1 per day.
Board and Lodging f2 " "
Board and Lodging $12 per week.
SySpecial monthly prices.
T. E. KROUSE. PaorRigTOB.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the building trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated Iron, Minton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors,
California and Monterey Sand, Oranit
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and Smith
Sts. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.
Telephones Bell 351 ; Mutual 417. llesi
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117.
S!g O fs acknowledged
the leading remedr tor
Oonorrbcea A ilU
Tbe only saia remedy for
I prescribe it and feel
nft in iwntnTrendinir it
1 THEEWHSCHEM'QtCo. to all nnerera.
i a-, mi
Sold bjr DnrlitA
Hobron, Newmas & Co., Agents, Honotut
HollistirA Co., Wholesale Agents.
Bsksok.Hiiith A Co., Wholesale Agent!
tfr auarartMd not to Jm
ETOrW a tua BtrWtar.