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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 March 1886

3A ' SP E2IE&EE8 BHfinfilf'4' WH MHO jjimijinpitsi' . " Tr?5 Kl- - ji IP1 RJhjSS. B . VOL. II. NO 27. NOT A POSITIVE MAN. ' Iloli Htmlette'n Picture) or tho Man Who I Novor Qalto Siiro of Anything, (JJrook'y 1 Eagle ) My sou, If you am bo positive I nm glad of It. 1 like to sco a man posiiivo that bo knows what ho knows. I am glad to bear you talk as tboughyou know all about it, I do admlro a posftlvo character. Alas, therein do I lack. I am not Bkcptleal, but I am not a positive man. 1 am not really posltlvo about scarcely anything. I have boon taught from childhood that two and two mako four, and I bcllove It, but If you rush at mo and cross question mo and corner mo about It, I will havo to own up that all 1 know about it is what tho teacher told me. I don't think my teacher would He about a thing llko that.- If It woro a question of millions now, thcro might be some temptation to slip In a thousand or two on a poor ignorant fellow who didn't know anything about it I am not p...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 March 1886

XJHCI;. J)aify ! otmlulu JPrBss is punusHKn. EVERY MO.RiN'iNCr EXCEPT SUtVDA VS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. ''" ' ' - -' TERMS or sanscitrivTox. Per uiumA .(&.ro S noalhs ,. ........... 5.00 Three months '-JO Fir Month 3cts Postace additnxiaL t3T .SM&erijfioM ijfiM In Adrnnrr Britf coramankatwsa from ll parts of tke KiiitJorn will aliraY b acceptable. AtJ stutters intended for puNkatioa, as well as business ocwwnuaicatiws and advertisements, ioaU be addressed to Daily Hovoiout Pev HovomtB, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before o r. sl, to ensure precept tnrttoa. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop 'r. WEDNESDAY.. MARCH 31, 1SS6. Since the United States bought Alaskathelattercountryhasbeenovermn with whisly smugglers-and pirates who have been getting rich by plundering the coast waters of seals. The United States Treasuary Department has at last-determined to put an end to both the vrhbky traffic and the seal piracy, and has, therefore, ordered the ear to the se...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 March 1886

It THfe Will ho ft? H'l Dully nl tho Pluonn : 1 M OAT, Jr. Co Merchant street T O THRUM Port street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel, tweet Flee Gents per Com, LOCAL NEWS. It blew great guns yesterday. - ' ! - Mr. W. H. Grossman, of New York, is visiting the Islands. I- ... ..i , , The weekly drill of the Honolulu Rifles will be held this evening. Commodore Rice report his steam cruiser as ready for action again. i, ...... The steamers Kinau, V. G. Hall, Iwalani and Lehua sailed last evening. m His Majesty the King left for Hilo, Hawaii, by the steamer Kinau last evening. The bark Caibarien sails for San Francisco this, afternoon, taking a full cargo of sugar. Two experijneed young lady seamstresses are advertised for in another column of this paper. Business in the Chines nnrtinn nf the town seems to oe unusually dull, judging from appearances. There arc eleven merchant vessels in port citht American, one British, one German and one Hawaiian. Barry's " Tricopherous," for hair dressing, can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 31 March 1886

M Another Anecdote of John SIcChIIourIi. McCulloiigh frequently told good stories nbont himself, but nono of them wcro bettor thnn that concerning an Incident which occurred nt Richmond, Vcv. Tho story has been publlnhed, but It la forgotten now. "Tho Lady of Lyons" was the piny, and among tho players was a maiden ntnutour who had tho stngo on the brain, and hnd it bad. She tore passion to tatters, and throw a fire and fervor into her love scenes which both amused and ox-cited tho audience. At times bIio fell from the sublimo to tho ridiculous, and where Claudo Meluotte, in tho shape of was describing his palace on tho lake of Como, repeating those tondcrest words of llulwer, tho maiden's bosom was seen to heave, her eyes 1111 with lire, nnd, when ho closed with the tender sentence, "Prithee, love, dost like the picture?" she throw herself In McCullough's arms, crying out in tones of superlative affection: lingering sweetness long drawn out. She then collapsed like a balloon, and hu...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 April 1886

J ' tfy ''"i, -.,;,. ,$nijr ;, VOL. II. NO 28. 6TUDV OF HUMAN COUNTENANCES. Vluit tlio Ancient Plilliwiiiilinrn itml OInervA(l SliriiN nf Oliurrtrtcr. Among tho question wliloli ancient plillosopliora found worthy of their discussion wns one which at tho Jlr.st glances uppears trivial. It was: Why floes one. man dlffor from another In personal appearance? It was noticed that men's personal appearanco changed; that as certain mental traits or characteristics manifested themselves, they were not Infrequently attended by peculiar physical manifestations. Tho man, swinish in his habits, sometimes In advanced years, looked like 11 11015; the foollslt man, like n sheop; the Rchempr, liko u fox; the hltbltual deceiver, like a snake; tho gestor, Uko a monkey It was thereupon concluded that In Some occult way, mind had an over matter; that traits of mind had their outward sign In peculiailtles'of pevsonal'appearance, and when this conclusion was reached there was a foundation for tho science...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 April 1886

rJ,$i Txxx JJmty Ifatmluiu $rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUND A YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEims uv atntscuri'xzo.y. Perannum $6.00 Six month. ...... ... 300 Three month.. i.5d Per month ....50 els Postage additional. 3T Hubici'lpllon I'ajnhle In Advance Uriel communication from alt parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as bui ness communications and adveitisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pklss, 'Honolulu, H. I. AdvertUements mint be handed in ttcfore 0. p. At, to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop 'r. THURSDAY APRIL i, 1886. By the Consitelo, which arrived from San Francisco yesterday, we are enabled to give the Honolulu public four later news, up to the 18th of March, inclusive. By the Zealandia, which is due here next Saturday, we will probably receive newihand advices as late as the 27th of March, and will, by that timcN, have the report of the Committee on Ways and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 April 1886

T, 1 . V U '4. '"i -, afe" - Mi J ""J--4 , H 'V e '4 .: 'X is. .A. k.;ti. . TUB )mlt otitrlulu y?m. Will be for Hiilo IJltUy lit llm Following TMiiooh 1 J. M. OAT, Ik. & Co.. l.O THRUM . .. CRYSTAL SODA WORKS J'lve Units pep Copy April fool ! LOCAL NEWS. Merchant street . Fort street Hotel Htreeet To day is the day that the fools are abroad. A light rain fell throughout Honolulu last evening. The new Chinese Restriction Act goes into effect to day. The weekly drill ol the Honolulu Rifles-was held last evening. Services were held in the different churches as usual last evening. Mn G. V. Fowler has started a new 'bus line running up Nuuanu Valley. The trading schooner Henrietta sails foi the Aictic on or about next Saturday. One hundred and fifty hogs arrived by the Consuelo yesterday, for Burke & - Winston. Captain A. Harloe was a from San Francisco 'yesterday, by the passenger Consuelo At 11 o'clock this morning a quantity of opium will' be sold at auction at the Police Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 1 April 1886

,' THE PANGS OF LOVERS' PArVTINa.v Their Grief na It Seems unit ns It Itanllj Ii Giving IllrtlnUr Presents. He linrt sold good-bye. Tho tcurshnd fallen like ruin, tho klssca like thunder mid lightning. Her lmlr looked as it alio lmd been through it prize fight, and ho lmd squeezed the engagement ring through threo Angers. But she loved htm all tho same. As ho wns borne off In the' flying cars, ho took out a little package, on which was written In a trembling hand; "For Alfred. "Don't open it till you aro on tho trnln." Ho broke tho seal and kissed passionately tho fracture. The noto rend! JVlV Own, Own Deahkst When you aro reading .this you will bo far away from mo. I shall bo weeping In my chamber, with your ring firmly pressed to my lips; for, darling, I will sleep with it there. Oh, my beloved, how hard it Is to part how hard. But it is for the tast, ami I must bear it. Think of mo, my own darling, and when you use this which I hnvo mado with my own hands for him I lovo so dearly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 April 1886

IvS - TT Yt V B A f 3 Daily VOL. II. NO 29. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLAN&S, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. vl & .a. St i WHOLE NO. 182. A F);ht Botwoou Moiloni Ironclads. People often wonder what, would be the results of a great naval battle at the piesent time. Would Many ships, be destroyed? Would the loss of life be great? Let us try to describe shortly a few of the probable features of a fight between two fleets of modem ironclads. Although two hostile fleets might approach one another in some tactical formation, this could not be adhered to for any length of time, and the battle would soon become a series of independent duels between individual bhips This is at once apparent when we con sider that most, if not all, of the ships, would have rams, and it would, therefore, be highly necessary for a captain to have perfect control over the movements of his ship to prevent her being rammed by an enemy, At the outset of the action the would piobably lake a very active part, and, until ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 April 1886

- f r ' F Wf pp Twf$1xy"l J'?fwiiJN5?r "W jrrae'1 DAILY riOtfO'LLtLIJ PRlgS, FlffoAY, APRIL i886 '' ri r nin " io THE Jthify Honolulu $m$ IS rUIlMSIIED EVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA VS, ' ' , . ' At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. teiuis ov saitscnij'Tioy. Per annum... ......,. .$6 oo Mx months 3 oo 1 hreo months 1.50 Per month .'.. 50 eti Postage additional. t3T HuhicrtptloiM Payable in .lrtt'rtiici Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisement, should be Addressed to DXttv Honolulu Prkss, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop 'r. FRIDAY APRIL 3, 1886. The public are hcieby notified that the entire subscription and delivery lists of the Daily Honolulu Tress for Honolulu havebecnplaced in the hands of Mr. A. M. Mellis, who is hereby authorized to collect all stuns for subscript...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 April 1886

i. u Y v v-. y r 4 r HP '1&W'f"'' - '"KWgWfV tv t y AJBcSHflJ W9WWPW v jMUf.antoi&.v . daily Honolulu fEsS, friday, april i, isse. TUB Jpnilij Honolulu JPtw Will bo flor Hivlo Dally lit llio Fol- lowlllK IMllOtlN i I. M. OAT, Jr. & Co... ... ., Mercian! itrcet T. O THRUM . Port street CRYSTAL SODA WOKKb. Hotel strceet J'tre Cent a per Copu. LOCAL NEWS. The April term of the Supreme Court opens on next Monday. A new barber shop has been opened on the corner of King and Alakca streets. The Honolulu Steam Laundry will be open for inspection to-morrow afternoon from 1 till 4 o'clock. - -' '" A lodging house, complete, with all modern improvements, is advertised for sale. For particulars apply to C. K. Miller. The schooner Kc Au JIou sailed for Waimea, Kauai, last evening, taking the lumber for the new bridge to be built at Waimea. A young'lady advertises for board and lodging where she can have the use of a piano. See 'advertisement in another column of this paper. Three hun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 2 April 1886

LEPERS' HOSPITAL AT SCUTARI. Slelngs Whoso Blind Dwell on a Doiparaiio Prcaent and n IIopoleM Future tOontftnt(nople Cor Journal del Debate.) There nro now few of theso establishments (hospitals for" lepers) loft, and It h not too inuoh to say that In tho ono I havo just visited human misery scorns to havo attained lis highest pitch". I saw nutmcra of beings sightless, their faces distorted out of all shnpe, tholr liands and toes having dropped off, tholr volco gono. breathing with desporato olTort, their skin ficcllng oil and black as that of a mummy, DBonsiblo to pain when pricked in ccr tain parts of tho body. Their feot and flanks aro covered with horrlblo sores, throueh which what is loft to thorn of llfo ebbs away. Tholr nttitudo is one of profound npathy and othaustion, and I could not help bolng romlndod of tho saying of tho lopor of Aosta: "Endless seem tho nights whon tho mind is dwoU log upon a desporato prcsout and a hopo less future " And yet amid all thoso borriblo sce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 April 1886

-,' AF ' "Hat iv ?' "if ftfrn E2IV'JW TO'"" , tr" sWS J(V,'Tr'Tr"'Jl' Krt7.HW7w:,'r",1!I?r v SA Sto I . " Daily Press fFtJtj TglP5' HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1886. .. WHOLE NO. 183. VOL. II. NO 30. 4b. K LIFE. Dusincso Claris. justness GTavue. Insurance Notices, m St .Shipping. Shipping. A liUJTNED .professional Cnvus. T rA A 'K - ow nn Eminent Wostorn Jorlat Foil from. Grnoo and Booamo a Vngnliond. A life history of wreck and ruin ws disclosed in Juslice Kersten's court when William Wallace Drummond was arraigned on and pleaded guilty to the charge of vagabondage. His tottering limbs and bloodshot eyes presented a sad contrast to the Judoe Drummond well known in Chicago twenty years ago. Early in the "fifties Drummond joined the tide ol cnligration to Illinois and located at JUonmouth. A man of brilliant accomplishments, a profound lawyer, a learned scholar, an eloquent orator, he rose rapidly in the' scale of public estimation. He was elected member of the Leg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 April 1886

THE JDmltj !f tmalulu 3?rm is published EVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. XKiiiis or sujisviai'j'iox. Per annum. ... $6oo Six months .i 3.00 Three months 1.50 1'er month. ... 1 .50CH Postage additional. tST SiiliscrtpltoHii l'aiiable In Ailvntire Ilrlcf Communications from all of the Kingdom will alway be ncct.pt.thle. All matters intended for publication, nfi well a buil new lommuniciuons and ndvcitisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pres-s, .Honolulu, II. I. Advertisements must be handed In before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion.. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop' r. SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1886. The public are heicby notified that Ihe entile subscription ami delivery lists of the Daily Honolulu Press for Honolulu havebeenplaeed in the hands of Mr, A. M, Mellis, who is hereby authorised to collect all sums for subscriptions now due this paper, or that may become due after this dak. Orders for the PRESS can either bt left at this office or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 April 1886

i X It ?3r tfl if . mti JPm Will bo for Btilo TJatlvnt iho Ij1uooh : J. M. OAT, Tr. &Co... Mercliint street T. G. THRUM 1 . Tortstrctt CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotrlrtrccct J'lve Cents per Coji;, LOCAL NEWS. The steamship Zcalandia is due here from San Francisco to-day, bringing nine days' later news. Jim Dodd's large watering cart came to grief on Nuuanu street yesterday forenoon by one of the axles breaking. A luau was given at the residence of Miss Akong, 36 King street, yesterday, in honor of the birthday of Miss Annie Akong. The regular meeting of Honolulu Typographical Union No. 37 has been postponed until Saturday evening, April 10th. The first match came of base ball of the seasonwill be played between the Uenedict and Hawaii clubs at the diamond, beginning at half-past 3 o'clock, this afternoon. Companies A and B of the King's Own will assemble in the Armory tomorrow morning for inspection of ms and uniforms, after which both companies will march to church. " 11 At noon yeste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 3 April 1886

WpifffnRWiiWIJIfKPT tftrmjff v 'TPTfgBppfWW" rirrvw!" aA 7 jiff w!W 14 " DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, t886. Scncntl bbcrticcntcnts. mewl iluucrttocmcnte. Scncwl Jftbcdtacmcttto. (Scitcntl Jlubcrtificmcnto. (General Jlbbci'ticcittcnts. T Scncritl c&iumtffemcnis. Prize Shooting; Match! OPEN TO AM, COMPETITORS. To tale place at the Fort.Stieet Shooting Gallery, now building hear the Pantheon Stables. The following 1'rues will be given : First Prire. Kor highest score, a bronze plaster bust of Kalaltaua Second prlic. For net highest score, a Kahw hameha statue, three feet high, carved from 1 Ian all wood. Third Mse. Uor the third best score, a plaster bust of the late Queen Emma. Fourth 1'rlie. For the lowest score, a plaster statue of Kamehameha. The prizes are on exhibition at the shop of F. K. Otremba, No. 130 Fort Street, nett door to Lane's marble shop, where competitors can register their names. Date of Shooting to be Published Hereafter. One "Sifjhting' shot and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 April 1886

s. -K " WS!PP! "V?r" W?fJPfBWWt' ;Ill- j Tn tSpJJS ' IT'. ,f 9JBafs? fc x Pr ESS. , A f; . . VOL. II. NO 31. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1886. V v.. WHOLE NO. 184. A Sago-Brush Wedding. North of this point 150 miles lies the cattle country of the Uig Horn basin. On Owl creek a few settlers have (jathercd in and formed the nucleus of what in ,the next few years will be a large and prosperous farming community, but as yet it is only the nucleus, and the sway of the cow.boy is recnant Intelligence has just reached here of the nrst wedding of the .section. Big Charley has wedded Meetutse Nance, a native sage-brush belle. The bride and groom came seventy-five miles on horseback to the squire's, the former sitting her broncho as firmly ahd squarely as Uig Charley, and in exactly the same fashion. When within a few rtiiles of thersquire's they met that functionary, surrounded by some half a dozen cow boys, and now the fair bride turned'restive and declared that she did not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 April 1886

rt TK i1 n fcfl Efr 5 f, rt ,"- LV. La iiflPHW PWMFP TKCE JDatltj !f miolulit fvi&s IS PUBLISHED RVEUY moening EXCEPT SUiVDA YS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St, - . TERMS OF SVllSCltirXIOX. Perannum.. . . $600 Sixmonths., ... . . ...., ..... 300 Thrte months 1.50 Ternionth ... 50CU Postage additional. tST Subscription l'aunhle in Advance Brief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, II. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. MONDAY APRIL 5, 1886. 77ie public are heieby notified that the entire Subscription and delivery lists of the Daily Honolulu Press for Honolulu havebeenplaced in the hands of Mr. A. M, Mellis, who is hereby authorized to collect all sums for subscriptions now due this paper, or that may become due after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 April 1886

If Vf jt 1 V' ," A .$ :$"- 1' 4' 1 Y t 1 p i M . &&1 Ol NVUv v TUB Will bo for sule Dally nt llto T?luoos.: cat I. M. OAT. Ii &Co Merchant sheet T. O THRUM ...ii . ... Tort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel strecet rive CeiiM perZCopt. LOCAL NEWS. fair The steamers Kinau and Likclike sail this afternoon. No particular news in regard to the Volcano by the Kinau. of Mr. T. 0. Carter returned from a business trip by the Kinau last Saturday morning. The bark Charles B. Kenny has been chartered by Messrs. F. A. & Co. to load sugar for San Fran cisco. Interesting church services, with the celebration of the Holy Communion, were held at St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday. No band concert to-night. Alas I The dusky horn-blowers have been wafted away from us on the sweet notes of a steamship propeller. Mr. Wm. Noble addressed a native congregation in Kawaiahao Church last evening. The audiance was composed mostly of natives, the address being translated into Hawaiian by Rev. A. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 5 April 1886

i'PQWWffimWlv 'Wgf" i ' ruFfffil' "Ttw.v rrc a' DAILV HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, APRIL S, i88o M JJ-... l.r , "' k -T " ,ij ifci ft-y --.- (Mm MMnMn (general Jlt)bci'JtiBcltt"cttt0 Scitcritl buctitoancnto. (Ec.ittrtl bbcrticcmcuto. (Smci'ttl Jfobcrtificmcntjs. cncral dtubct'ttwrncntis. i (Seitctitl bbtrttetmmtfi. JOSEPH TINKER, Family Butcher, CITY MARKET, Nuaona St.. Opposite, GUnplnin Lane- I am now prepared to deliver orders dallv within a radius of three miles, including Palairk and Nuuanu Valley. , Families supplied with Prime Beef and Mutton. Corned Beef cd Pickled Tongues always on hand. Bell Telephone, 289: Mutual Tel., 289. 156'tf H. F. BERTELMANN, Builder No. 86 King Street, 86-iy HONOLULU, H. I. T THOMAS G. THRUM'S A FORT.STREET STORE, BREWER'S BLOCK, CAN BE FOUND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I IX'lno and Commercial Stationery. CONSISTING IN FART OF 1 , Note, Letter, Packet Post, Cap, Legal &Bill Paper TREASURY MUCILAGE. Dixon's, Fiber's, Guttneck's and Grossberger PenciU. Wood,...

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