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DAU.Y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER, JUXE 0. 1893.
- 9ASU RllLWtf & LAND C9S TIME TABLE. irfvOV? :'t fc-FTR JUNE 1, 189E. TO EWA MILL. E B A.M. P.. Leave Honolulu.. S:43 1:45 Leave Tearl City.. 9:30 2:30 Arrive Ewa Mill. . .9 :57 2 :57 TO HOXOLCLC. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15 Arrive Honolulu. .7 .30 ll:So A Saturdays only. B Daily. C Sunday 3 excepted. J) Saturdays excepted. A D t.x. r.K. 4:S5 5:10 5:10 5:56 5:3 6:22 B A P.M. PJiT. 3:43 5:42 4:15 6:10 4:55 6 :45 FOREIGN MAIL 8EUVICE. Sieara jh'pi will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till tbe close of l!i93. Lfavk Honolulu fob Sas FfcAKCISCO. City Peking. -June C China June 18 Auralia...June 21 Delgic June 27 Mariposa. ...June29 Warrimoo, for Van couver .Julv 1 Peru July 7 Oceanic July 17 Australia.... July 19 Kio Janeiro.. July 25 Monowai July 27 Gaelic Aug. 6 Ciiy Peking. Aug. 1 Aastralia Aug. 16 Alinein Aug. 24 Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa.-.-: Sept. 21 Oceanic tept. 25 Australia Oct-11 Monowai.... "ct. 1J China Nov. 6 Australia Nov 8 Alameda. ...Nov. 16 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia. .. .Dec. 6 Alameda Dec. 14 City Peking. ..Jan. 2 I Dck AT Hosolclc ! Fm. Sas tRASCisco. Australia. ..June 14 Miowera, from Van couver June 21 Alameda June 29 China July 9 Australia Julv 12 VV a r r : moo .from Va n- couver July 21 Mariposa July 27 Oceanic Aug 7 Australia Aug. y Monowai. ..Aug. 24 Australia Sept. 6 China bei-t. IS Alameda.... Sept. 21 Australia Jct. i Oceanic .Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Mariposa Australia Monowai. . . Nov. 1 Nov. 16 .Nov. 27 China Australia DeO. 6 Alameda.. .Dec. 14 Oceanic Dec 25 Australia Jan. 3 t3 SH1PP1NU INTELLIGENCE Meteorological Kecord. r tbb aovxasjasr bct.tjt. BVKBT MOJTDAT. PUBLISHED tAKOtt. t3 5 L B T 79 O.I' ' J ?t 7i 0.19 71 " 5 7i 76 ( 10 7 9 fl 4 CS 8 0 1J 65 8 NSK S 72 1 0 u3 7. 6-2 7n 81 - 01 P9 4 - 4 t;9 79 i.Cl 60 81 KKI 4 Ban Mo Toe Woo Thu Fri. 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Stmr Kaala, Gahan. for Kahuku and Punaiau. at 9 a ni. . ' Stmr Waialeale, Smythe. for Lahaina and Hamakua, at 9 a ru. . Stmr W O Hall, Simerson, for Maui and Hawaii, at 10 a m. Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, for Ilanamaulu, Koloa and Waimea. at 5 p m. , Stmr Clandme, Davie, for Maui, at 5 pm. Schr Mahimahi, for Waialua. Schr Kauikcaouli for Kohala. Sloop Waianae for Waianae. VESSELS IN fOKT. (Tbla Hat doea not inclaJe coaatera.) 5AVAL VK3fiEL8. C 3 3 Adaras, Nelson, San Francisco. MERCHASrJIES. Am dK J Alien, 7" Am bk Dscoverv. McNei l.an bran. Am bkt Mary Winkelman. Niessen, S 1-. rCHElUN VESSELS EXPECTED. val. Wberafrom. Da Am schr J G North. Am brgt Lnrline . .. Am bk Ailen Bese Ger bk d N Wilcox ..S l'(Mah) June 1 ..S F (Hilo) June 2 . S F(Kah)..June 5 . Liverpool.. Julv 4-10 ..L'pool... July" 25-31 . Bremen. . .Sept 5-15 Hr bk La ltook Ger bk J C Pfluper Am blc Martha Davis. Hnaton . Dec 5-lo .Newcatle. .Juno I Br bk iiiu ten beck... .Newcastle. June 5-10 Am bk Colnsa Guatamala..June 5 ..San Fran June 12 IIOTI1WEI.L In Honolulu. June 2,1393. to the wife of J. G Iiothwell. a daughter. A Change of J?ase. Mr. W. S. Bartlett, the manager of the hotel bar, accompanied by his wife, will depart for San Fran cisco at an early date. It is his in tention to go into business for him . self in the city n'ame'd. ra Mi" bkt MoniingStnr.Gnrland.Kusaie llrsch Nrma. Mncqiiarrie, Yokohama. lr sh Greta. Garland. Newcastle. Am schr King Cyru, t hrist.ansen, Nwc e Am schr Lvman D Foster. Dreyer. N c le lik xniv Turner. Pendleton, fruu N 1. Am bk "Albert. Winding. San rancisco. Vm bk Matilda. Senon. Nanaimo. 15. C a. k-.. w ti Irwin. Williams. San r ran. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A house on Fort street is fr rent. Kensington crochet cotton and mending silks can be had at N. S Sachs'. The S. S. Citv of Peking is due today from the Orient en route to San Francisco. A lady's driving mare aDd phae ton will bs sold cheap. Address J. J., this olnce. The police arrested a native woman yesterday for selling liquor without a license. The uniforms for the members of the National guard are expected on the Australia, due next Wednes day. Egan & Gunn have just received a new lot of goods. Their adver tisement in this issue will repay perusal. The Hawaiian Gazette (12 pages) is out this morning, fcend a copy with your letter on the out going mail. Patrick Couley, who is under arrest on a charge of murder, will have a hearing this morning in the district court. Abraham Fernandez is no longer in the employ of E. O. Hall & Son. lie has worked for the firm for over fourteen years. A well-posted Chinaman is au thority for the-statement that a Chinese lottery game was in oper ation yesterday. A room has been set apart in the basement of the executive building as a mess room for the officers of the National Guard. The annual meeting of the Ha waiian Evangelical Association will be called to order thia morning at Kaumakapili church. ( The office of C. P, Iaukea, com- 'IXllSBlOner OI gOVeniUiWHiwme, nao been removed to the old interior office in the court house. The ladies of the masonic lunch committee have unanimously voted to change the name of Tues-day of this week to Chickenpie-day. Just think of it. A chicken pie for everybody and no complaint of hen-roosts robbed. No ! These are all honest young chickens, selected carefully by daylight. Go, taste of them at the masonic lunch. Chicken pie for the masonic lunch today. 'The chickens fat and young and the crust a melting dream and all made at home, by matrons who .know full well the value of home cookery to hungiy man. Slandering tbe Dead, Mr. Editor: I brand as false the black and conscienceless insin uations connecting the late D. L. Huntsman with the sticks of giant powder, and vial of fulminate of silver found in the rear of Dr. Mc Kibbin'a premises. These vile slanders of the dead have been committed by persons who are not by any means prepared to substantiate their miserable at- Harry von Wertuerx. Honolulu, June 5, 1893. Auction Sales Today. This morning at 10 o'clock, on the premises of M.- A. Guild, No. 190 Vineyard street, Jas. F. Mor gan will hold a sale of household 4-ki tiro 'At noon, in his salesroom, 25 snares of Hawaiian Hardware uo. stock wil.l be put up at auction by Mr. Morgan. The Bishop Replies, Bishop Willis of the Anglican church' has issued a pamphlet ad dressed to the English-speaking congregation of St. Andrew's cathe dral. It is entitled : "The essential need of unity in the cathedral church." It is a reply to the reso lutions adopted some time ago by the second congregation. A Varied Entertainment, Professor B. Ruchwaldy will give a magical, optical and mu sical entertainment at the Opera house on next Saturday evening. The professor is well armed with favorable press notices so a good entertainment may be expected. Seats will be on sale tomorrow at Levey's. Bound for Lahaina. Mr. J. A. Magoon will leave on the Claudine today to attend the circuit court term at Lahaina. He will defend a Chinaman who is charged with murdering a Jap anese woman. Butter From Hawaii. The first shipment of butter from the Hutchinson plantation dairy, Naalehu, Hawaii, came by the last trip of the W. G. Hall. The 200 lbs. of butter were consigned to V. G. Irwin & Co. Artistic printing at the Gazette Office. NEW CONSUL-GENERAL. C. T. WILDER GJE3 TO THE SaN FaANCISCO OFFICE. Mr. SpreckcTe' Influence Eelayed tbe Appolntn,ect. While the councils wera in ex ecutive session yesterday afternoon Charles T. " Wilder received the appointment of consul-general at San Francisco in place of F. S. Pratt. One other name was men tioned for the place that of J. W. Girvin, the present consul at San Diego. Mr. Wilder expects to de part for San Francisco on the next Australia to take up the duties of his office. Mr. Wilder was mentioned for the place over two months ago. His friends circulated a petition recommending him for the position. At this time it was understood that he was to receive the appointment, but the advent of Colonel Claus Spreckels changed the complexion of things. Mr. Spreckels wanted Pratt retained in office, and he so signified hi3 intention to the execu tive through Mr. Irwin. The gov ernment, so it is said, did not want to anger Mr. Spreckels, fearing that if they did he would make a de mand for his $95,000 before it was ready to turn over to him, so no change was made in the office at that time. The money has since been paid to Mr. SpreckeU and the government hastened to make the greatly needed change, Mr. Spreckels to the contrary notwith standing. If all the articles which have appeared in the San Francisco papers regarding Mr. Pratt are true he should have been removed months ago. JUDGE FOSTER'S COURT. An Average Monday Morning Calendar Disposed Of. In the district court yesterday morning the usual large Monday morning batch of cases was dis posed of by Judge Foster. The case of Pun Chee was first taken up. He is charged with having opium in possession. His quar ters were entered on the 2'3d ult. by the police and twenty-one tins of the drug were found. The hear ing in his case will bo completed today. The cases against the native man and woman who were arrested on Saturday night with opium in pos session went over until Thursday. lhe hearing in the case of two natives charged with selling liquor without a license took the same course. Hakalau and Naukana, the two young men who broke a window in a Chinese restaurant, were fined $15 each. Louisa Smith alias Louis Esser was up on a charge of being a dis orderly person. She was repri manded and discharged. Kela and J. Perreira were acquit ted on a charge of selling liquor without a license. Three Japanese were fined $3 each for being drunk and several charged with the same offense were discharged. Three natives were arrested the other day for playing the great American game of poker. The arresting officer could not make out a case so the men were dis missed. A number of other cases were remanded. THE NATIONAL BAND. The Boys Will Give a Concert at Emma Square. The Hawaiian national band, under the leadership of J. Libornio, will give a concert at Emma square this evening at 7 :30 o'clock. The following programme will be rend ered : 1. March "Lei Oha Oha" (new)... - Kealakai 2. Overture "William Tell"- Rossini 3. Polka "Twin Brothers" (2 cor net solo) Meyrellea 4. Selection "Bohemian Girl"- Balfe Three Hawaiian Songs. 5. Fantasia "The Dream of Love" (cornet solo) (new) Millars 6. Waltz "The Bird of Paradise" ("piccolo solo) Desol lines 7. Air "Original (euphonium solo) (new) uarnana 8. March "Volunteer" Boettger Hawaii Ponoi. Furnished Good Music. The re-constructed Hawaiian band gave its first public concert last evening at Emma square be fore a large audience, and an ex cellent programme was rendered. The band as it now stands is an excellent organization. Daily Advertiser 50c. per month. CHICKEN POT PIK. That is What You Will Get at the Arlington Today. Lunches and cash $103 70 Flower sales 12 03 Fancv tables 0 25 Total $130 00 ' The figures tell the tale and the ladies who are in charge of the Masonic lunches have casse to ccn gratulate themselves on the success of their first lunch. The receipt of so much money within a short space of time means that the Ar lington dining room wa3 a very busy place yesterday about lunch time. But the ladies handled ev erything without a hitch and every body went away well pleased with tho bill of fare. In addition to several other lead ers, chicken pie will be introduced today. The following recipe for making the pie was furnished the Advertiser by a prominent Mason. - "Cut up and neatly disjoint from two to four nice young fat chickens for each pie. Put them in the stew pan in cold water and stew them gently until the meat draws slightly from the bone. Season with pepper, salt, a trace of Wor cestershire sauce and herb3. Re move the meat carefully without breaking. . "Select a nice clean pudding dish or pan, and while the chicken soup is boiling down to double strength, butter the dish and line with rich pie paste, then place a layer of chicken and, if desired, a few dice of boiled salt pork or ham. then a layer of of Oh ! just go to the chicken pie lunch at the Arlington ana try u, ana n you like it, the Mason's house keepers will tell you how it is made and when you learn to make it better than they can, they will all come and lunch with you." m WIIARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, June 5, 10 p. m. : Weather, hazy; wind, fresh N.E. The schooner Haleakala brought yesterday 41 cords of ohia firewood from Kaapuna, Hawaii. The barks Albert, S. C. Allen and brigantino W. G. Irwin are all ex pected to leave tomorrow for San Francisco. The steamer Mikahala will go on the marine railway this morning to undergo a general overhauling and cleaning. The Iwalani will take her place this week, and will touch at Hanamaulu, Nawiliwili, Koloa, Waimea and Kekaha. The steamer Waimanalo will re main in port this week to have her boiler and machinery cleaned. . The bark Amy Turner has moved out in the stream. The bark Albert received sugar from the Mikahala yesterday. The I. I. S. N. Co.'s steamers discharged over 1000 tons of sugar yesterday. The total amount of sugar handled by these steamers since last Tuesday is 3000 tons. The schooner King Cyrus took in 5000 bags of sugar from the Iwalani and Kaala yesterday. The steamer Mikahala did not sight the U. 8. S. Boston coming up last Tuesday morning. The barkentine Mary Winkel man has finished discharging cargo. She is waiting for sugar at the fish market wharf. The British ship Greta will leave in a day or two, in ballast, for Peru. She is taking on board stone ballast at the Fort street wharf. XCcuj UionTisemcnts, To Let. HOUSE TO LET ON FORT St., next to the Fchool house. 339-1 w W. McCANDLESS. For Sale. A LADY'S DRIVING MARE AND Phaeton, will bo sold cheap for cash (will be sold singly or together). Address "J. J.," Advertiser office. 3 199 tf Notice. T SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE L from thia dato for any debt or debts that rnav bo contracted by my wife, Kate Marion "Thomas, wit ,oat my written orter E. B. THOMAS. Honolulu, Jane 5, 189?. 3393 tf Notice. THE HAWAIIAN PORK PACKING Company have removed their office to the west corner of Mannakea and King Streets. 3393-3t For Sale. A FEW MASTIFF PUPS for sale. Enquire of P. R. ISENBKRG, 339 Vlw 1 432-2 w Waialae. To Let. A FURNISHED COTTAGE on Judd Street. Possession given at once. For particulars, apply to 11. UUJN.N, 3397-tf At Egan & Gunn's. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. CaT Mending Silks in B'.aek, White and Colored; Mending Cot tons; World's Fair Needle Cases, and Kensington Crochet Cottou at Sachs', 520 Fort street. ST" Finest Enameled Cabinets only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan- Photo Co., 467 Nuuana street. S341-tf Tboe desirous of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will please send in their orders to W. H. Benson, at the Arlington. S32-3t ff" Novelties iu Lyons Silk, Ladies' Parasols, very stylish; Chiffon Scarfs and Fichus, at N. S. Sachs', Fort street. For Bargains in New and Second baud Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nnuanu and Kiug streets. Now Is the time to lay in a stock of Honolulu Soap. You can buy it of the Honolulu Soap Works for 50 cents a box less than inferior soap is now selling for in San Fran cisco. Highest prices paid for tallow. 3317-tf. 7" you waui to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Ruffs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Louuges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. Ii., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. IST" The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at tho Golden Rule Bazaar. 3264-1 tf 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 warJlrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob tained in San Francisco. 3267 Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X. L. PALACE ICS CREAM PARLORS HOTEL. STREET. Ics Cream, Sherbets, Sodas, Caudles, Cakes, Coffee, Chocolate, Tea, Etc. Mrs. AT WOOD, Proprietress. 3398-tf Notice. HAVING SOLD OUT MY EXPRESS Businet-s. all accounts due Sanders' Express up to June 1st, will be rol erted bv Mr. Frank H.Cooper. After June lith all unsettled accounts wil be put into the hand of a collector. 3J95-2w M. N. SANDERS. To Let. COTTAGE CONTAINING PAR lor, Dining Room, 4 Bed Room?, Kitchen, Pantry, etc., corner of Beretania and Keeauraoku Sts., atrpres- ent occupied by Mr. J. M. McChesney. Possession given after April lo. Apply to MBS. UUWliS, 3339-tf Hotel Street. Real Estate for Sale. 7 v a t it a p.i it. pt F.nira of improved Property, locat- tSi1 ed in dinerent pans 01 me J the city of Honolulu; all bar ' gains. Apply for full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CARTWR1G11T. 3392 tf To Let. THE PREMISES SITUATE on th ecorner of Beretania and Alaoai Streets. The House is arge and contains five airy Rooms with area Lanai and the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently located. Possession given May 1st, 1893. Apply to J. ALFRED MAUOON, Next Post Office. 3357-tf To Let or Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES on Beretania Street, lately occupied by Mr. E. V. Peterson. For particulars pplv to t:. u. ttu i't 3292-tf King Street. "I.LANIW4T." A FIRS T-C LASS FAMILY BATHING V Resort has been opf-ned alWaikiki. Tranacars pass the gate . Special arrange ments can be mad for Family Picnics and Evening Bathing Parties. 3274 3m For Rent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubberv. etc.. on Kinau Street next to corner of Pensacola; one block from rramcars. E. R. HENDRY, 3S77-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. Any kind of printing at the Ga zette Office equal to work done abroad. 3Tcto uDtrttsrmcnto. Tako Flour is perfect, that is, it contains nothing but ta ro, the most wholesome ve getable in the world. We know it, so do you; we don't mind re commending it to you, and you're glad we do, because it tempts you to use it and you're glad you do, be cause it rids your stomach of dys peptic tenden cies and makes you feel better. J&XThe gro cers sell it. THE ELITE Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Fine Ico Cream, Calces, Candles, I?is , Fancy Pastries, Ico Creum Soda, Shorbets, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colllection of Island OuriosI SP-NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting H. M. MIST s prepared to undertake any business in tho above named lines. Office with Mr. E. A. Jones; entrance Merchant street. 337-'-! m Money to Loan. IN SUMS NOT LESS ltlAW l,uuu on first-clasa security. For particulars, applv to T. P. UIAS, 33S5-2w At Gonsftlvew A Company's. F. M. WAKEFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at liw Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu. 339 My ANCHOR SALOON HAS JOIIN WIELAND'S Extra Palo Lager Beor On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. Also, always on hand OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS ! OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. SriIot Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to 1 :30 P. M daily. 3373 1m PIANO TUNING! W. H. BENSON. 5-Leave orders on elate at Kootn 13 Arlington Hotel. Hotel St 3040-lmtf W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. GG Fort Street, (W. O. Smith's Law Office). 3360-tf MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms 99 HOTEL STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Paris. A specialty of Washing Dress es. All work neatlv and promptly finished. 3340 MRS E. TURNER Has removed her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hotal ut, Opp. the Y. M. C A. Hall Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking in all the la'e6t styles. The new method of form-fitting employed (the method now used by all the leading dressmakers in San Francisco). 33r"All work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable as any in the city. 3234-tf CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D., Physician, and Surgeon Office: 34 Alakea Street. Offic Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.m., 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. Telephones : Mutual 424, Cell 110. Residence: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, H. I. 3350-tf tHARTaCOJ Vhonolulu World's Fair Tickets ;TO:- CHICAGO AND- RETURN Tho undersigned aro pro pared to give intending tour ists tho advantage of a Special Round Trip Hale FROM IMOLULU TO Chicago 1 Return In connection with tho Steam ers of tho Oceanic Steamship Co. of San Francisco and tho Union Steamship Co. of New Zealand. KgTTurthcr particulars may bo had upon application. Wm. 6. Irwin & Co. 3319 LIMITED. GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, Oil TO THE . ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. RATKS Table Board $1 per day. Board am) Lodging 2 " Board and Lodging...,..? l'J ierweek. C3p"Hpecfal monthly pr!c e. TTe. KKOUKK. Pi;oi' UIKTOIt. For Sale or Exchange. RESIDENCE IN A VERY -it- . r it T Ml ueKiranm pan ui uuimjiuiu. r- Pantry, K'tchen, dewing Koora, in main houne. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room. Lot 100x200 feet. Kell or exchange for amaller property and cash or security. All the buildings are new. One block from Tramways. Apply at this office. 3013-tf E. B. THOMAS Contractor and Builder KKTIMATEM OIVKN Oh all kinds of ISrick, Iron f JinvSxhL Stone and Wooden Build f.!tU'M:.v ings. All kinds of Jobbing 'mZ&LMt in the build'nn trad- at tended to. Keeps fornale: Hrick. Lime Cement, Iron 8tone Vive and Fittings, old and new Corrugated Ircn, M in ton Tiles, Onarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors, California and Monterey Hand, Oranlt Curbing and lilocks, Ktc., I'tc. Office and Yard Cor Kin and Bmith 8ts. Office Hours to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 r. Telephones Bell 351; Mutual 417. Real dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117. 2832-q For Lease or Sale. RESIDENCE ON LUNALIUJ street, at present occupied by K. W. Holdsworth .containing double parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing an bath rooms, dining room, pantry ai;i kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well Ibid out; servants' rooms, stable and cbickrn house In rear of main building. It. 1. MUi.ir., 222-tf with Thn. If. Mvie A Co Iiig n in acknowlriJ'rM the leading rem1y for (lonorrhuca A Cilert. The only nte remedy for Lcacorrhwaor Whites. I prescribe it and feel tvmCHiMiciico to all snncrers. iCiNKTi,0 .733 A. J. Is TONER. M. D., U.H.A. 'vi IKCATrR.m y Sold t nmioruio. HoBfios, Newmas 4 Co., Agent. lionoii HOLLISTKB A Co., Whoimil Atrol Bsov,8xxth ft Oo.,WhclesaleAgenti. trf -flToJUAVS. lj km 8mctor. lr-7-3