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T H iT R i B'U N E "I the Honourable tlie Mouse of Assembly, th< e ol the terms foi a period ol five years from the expiration of the present Contract. Copy of telegram from Mr. Yi rk. i iovei nor, au. Offer Contract on lines ol five yean pri ive ad Miami the Port. PARSONS. inds, Dr. Johnson, W. i-. B. Join son, Wee< h. Currj, Cole, Sw • E, V. s i imon, and Bowen, a Committee a cordingly. Mr. Sands moved the ap| i tit ol a Select Comm tte n the 11"-.ernoi ge Mi 1.48 ci re I urseroent of ;_.": ,7 to Mr. 11. B, Warner, all the. coin dence 1 'i b< ing printed, at Mr. J r< quest Mr. Sands motn .1 was withdrawn; Mr. 5 on the I able ol the House B Vote • 1 1 which was red a fust tun • -I 'I to be printed. The House, adjourn',! until 'I hursday. We desire to dun-: the attention of our Readers to tlie Jumh e s tie, advertised in anoth >r colu nn, to be held in St. \ 1 Irew's 11 ill on Thursday eveni ng, 26th. CABLEGRAMS are primed to make 0 titanic fight, \ on urjjed by dent WiKon, which proi 1 1 of duty in June 15th 1913. London,33, P lent Poincar 1 of France has chosen Engl ind for In* first official visa after b s election and will arrive at Spiihead to n "ii" i "ii the Dreadnaughl J I n li irt, %  > be the Ruest of Kinx 1 1 1 rge and the nation until June 7'!i. London, 33.—The British com m it tee has issued an appe il to the public f"r s ibsci 1 %  %  • Oevon| rut four windows and two pniels in memory ( f Captain Sroii and the othei members of the South Foler I ipedilinn who | rished, Washington, 33.—Dent opposed to fn uigai live ed the senatoi rus late t >-d iy be. %  ginnihu ih 11 final eBoi 1 1 1 ^L ihfi si I edule before tin' la" If bill H HI hi d tin' :i ite for general deI London, 2j. -The Ami Ambassador sp ke at the Royal (ieogn p tion to>night on The d • %  ; iment of ii-w South" I oid t'u 1 m of Kedleston pretided. 1 11 It is lep irted from 1 that Sen ia has 1 lo the exhortations of Russia and the powers to accept Russian arbitrntion on the basis of the at Bel linn treatv. London, 33, Al the interoation al h irse show 1,,.,! ,y j idge M of New York tun e 1 the tables on j vi ~ by winning with his bays in class iq, _i_ N'ew York, 23. —M itoi boat enthusiasts me laying p am foi an attempt 10 lift the I lann-wrih Trophy. Trial races for tinBel ti>n of three bo its to go to hngland will be held in Huntini P, iy on July ;ih 8th qih. 1 Hi RENT. I )R< PER I V on Ray Street two doors east of Victoria .Avceue Also C OTTAGE on Dowdeswell Street quite near ViCti Avenue. H. W. I IGHTBOURN. June 25th 1913. Bargain DAY Thursday & Friday June 26th and 27th. A I" I HE Narsau Bargain House. foi O NE Bureau (new) pric ind Double Mattresses, £ i for : I %  ather Pillov id s . I i | . i d Two Infant • ribs, p ce fi )-. fot Rolls Mattin is. Ten yard pit i es .-> iniiary Diapei at 3s. od. VII tji. yard I ioodi at 3d. yard. All 9d. yard GSR G. MAURA, I \ Cay, F. I., J 1 ini')i 1 1, i 'yi 3 [3 mo. KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE ANI 1 l. \ del ii ion • h ink brewed from I lops ontnjnins all the %  nic value 1 ale and Stout but without the alter effi 1is, 1 • 1 ice 6.i< I I at is, j I, per lb. Hunt I' \ .\ Palmers Petit Beurfe, M.II ie and C in innl 1 >n, in hall ind p ii kets, CR VWI 1 >RD'S Buttei Puffs in J lb. pai kets %  „ "I lilllt" and Full Cf at 1-. 6d. per lb. CUM ni P IN at !/'.( lb. I UPTON'S C( >C< \. \ lb. tin1 2 /. ,, 6tl, Cutlery Sheffield a fine flss-ii t irnnt of R VZORS Table Kniyi s Pocket Knives Butl her Knives Hiead Knives. Car\ inp Sets in Cases. and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury THF; SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Hi and T lo'ui selling at : lb. ami 30s. pet bag of hs. "G ir Flout 2 lbs for 3Jd. and "l.xurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs i ntei ni < ] I I u pei bag 28s. Pi I el in Vines ir .it jA pei Ih, Brn %  a Sugar al 2\ I per lb (>ur rice white Hud 'lean, best in town si dimat .pi. per quart. All .Mil 1 irot ei ii • are fresh at >1 ility and chi Rp, Pure Jamaica Rum al 10s, psr 1 in. AMP'S I SAL'NDERS A Co. Nissan V. P. R iham \| ni ijth i'H.1. 1 1 I C E. nr*l US is to inform my Patrons 1 .Old tinPublic in ( %  •• -neial thai I have opened my Public I'd.e k Smith Sliop; and am now 1 to do anylhins in the line ol Geneml repair01 new work Horse %  ShoeinK Spi cial Iy. All work d Mei baiiically. P. V Pluyler, 4^3 Bay sire-1. l. isi (Wh.nf Ragtime Piano PlayingP OSH IVI.I.V t..u.iiit .01s per. son m 10 to 30 le isons. Suemi nteed. Call or M lile for I look let, WALT. T. WEIR. Dillett street. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 Wl ill A KM LUta Ot I.At'ii M Dki-ss G OODS, PRINTS, 1)KIL GBMTSSHIRTS, UMDBR WAISTS Ca'.I Early and See New StocM



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0) o CO 0) en •r-4 s < 08 0 Nullius addicttis |\irnro in verba n-.afcisfri. Being bound to swear te Iho Do|mas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday June 25. 19l3 No. 178 LKON K. H DUPJ (II, IB AND Pkumilltli OK KICK )S ,, MAKKK.T STRKBT II N. P., I AIIAMAS. r. ii. Itoi |o PUBLlsiil-.l) DAILY. M MHUV, .\Vl l; r,!..\ an,I Kliiluv l If I N ... ..." I.' 1 uesda) I lay an ftntutriaj H [Ii ''•'!•> id weekly ... ... ,j,| Hily .>• i terlj RalfYearh feafiv ... ini PAY IHI.f IV M)\ A( I Advertising Rataa: Sli pence per line foi Brit insertion : three [icncs pei line '•r second invertieii; and one penny per line for lubneqi ent insertion* Advertisements under sight linos ^1. In the House of Assembly last niKhl HisExcelleacy's Message \i>. jo relating in the centred with the I;. I.. C. II. Co. and the P. &. I'. S, R, Co, •-. on motion of llun. J. P, Sanda refern d to the following srli-i t Committee .1. P. Snndi Geo, II. lohnsnn, *V. <". I'. Johnson, Geo. Weech, R. II. Cnrry (I. M. t i.lf. c C. Sweeting, E, v. Si>liTii'-n. E, L, Down I here wae no deb ite on this mo. lion the only member who spoke, except Mr. Sands who made the motion, was Mr. Brire whnaai he did not oppose the appointment ol a Select Committee but that he In ped ilie Committee would try ;HKI (.Tt better terms in this contrait thin the last. 'I here are two nnmea on the Committee that, in our opinion had better not B#en lliere, if only for the look of lliinf;. \lr Curry is appointed arbitrator foi ihe Flagler interests in I he di|iule with the Govt, over last year'it contract and we think th it at least while he hold* th t appointment he should not lie na n Committee of Ihe House of As*embly where ha is supposed in look aftet iho interet la ol this Colony, Mr. E, v, Solomon it a Clerk In il w i mploy ol Mr. Currj at d I ><• putv Amei ic in Consul. The new contract will he between tins GoVt, and an American Corporation and as American ( a II a m l il miiUm+m4*m*mkm*m aftei ail American interests and nol tlu s.' of the Colony, We are afraid that the report of such a v i-ri Committee ill hardly inspire our people with tin lief that we air g tting a fair bnrc, tin for our £5,000. jS I he Sti m I' is"J 0 luni has I i n published, 'I Ins number contains 1 veral interesting artie'e ami ng them being \ Trage l\ ol M Royal," by Mis L Stone of sjnn treat, Canada, \ Raliam is Fit in' I los-.es,' by (i. r. \| iver. \n i ncounter with a Pirate" ''Peminisvs of the War." Vdvertisements and insettions for the Direct >v foi the |ul> number should be sent in at once. j REIGN Mails to be eVv>*tHied vi 1 Miami pei "Franks E" will lie in ide up and closed tin 'I hurs lay, the j6th June 1913 at 4 o'clock | in. THE JUNIOR DEBATIN i si) riETY. At a meeting of the Society h -Id on Monday evening in their ClubRii mi in the r-ir of the M i I % %  111 jile the Following meml irs were pn sent. Mrsers R, K, Moore—Chairman Chaa. P IV1I1-1 And ley G. W. Kelly. I Fratici Carey. Timoth) W. R. Culmer. E. D ^ears. Joiiu Wesley Know h Inglis S. Preston, R, Tyne (in(Tin. G Rudolph Sweeting, Joseph R. Johnson, I.. J. Amoury. G. M I .iijlit lioui n and Mr. J. I, Sounder* Jr. nilavoidably absent. The Rules wenread andseveral amendments made thereto, the < href amendment-Vine that 'he Rociet) have l<> Literary Even* ings a month. The following members were elected by ball t as <>lTi sets foi the ensuing half-ye ir. Hon. c. II. Gamblin M. E. C. ; M. I.. A. President M ss,s Chat. P. Bethel, Vice I\endnt R, Tynej Griffin Secj .1 rii A ii r*r Ihe ef< ction cheers given for the newly electe l officers :\nd a VOteol thinks was moved seconded and carried unanimously to the out going officers for the faithful services rendered by them. Moved by Mr. Culmer and seconded bj Mr. Griffin thai the meeting be adj turned to Monday evening the joth mst, HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tuesi lay evening J 11 s %  June 1913, The House met according to adjournment, Present: The Honourable The Speaker w al. Mr. Sands moved the consideration of the Amendments to the Pensions Act bj the Legislative Council, and fliat the rst amen |. ment he agreed to, accordingly. Mr. S;u:,| s moved that the Hid amendment be agreed to. Mr. Cole moved in amendment that ii be not agreed to. The amendment was carried. Ordered that the Acting Chief Clerk convey a Message to the I egislative Council informing them that ihef-iouse had agreed to the 1st amendment and disagreed with the second one. Mr. Sands moved that a Select Committee te appointed on the Governors Message Mo. 50 to re. port by Bill or othei ise. Message No. 50.—The Governor has the honour to remind (he Honourable the House of Assembly that the contract entered into between the Government and the late Ilenry Mairison Flagler expo cs on the 3tst December, roi3. / he Government enquired Of the Executors of tlie late I lenrv Moriilon Flagler \lietlir it was I heir intention to apply /or a renewal of the Contract. The Governor has tlie honour to transmit to the I Ion turable the I louse of Assembly %  > o icy of a telegram which lie U* received from Mr. Parsont, Stating the conditions under which the Florida East 'n.ist Hotel Co npany an I the Peninsula! and OccidenUl Steamship Comp my are prepared to enter into a fresh Contract with this Government. Phe Government recommends, "IWBBfffflfcBcoiisidei.'itioii 1


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Nullius addicttis |\irnro in verba n-.afcisfri.
Being bound to swear te Iho Do|mas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday June 25. 19l3
No. 178
LKON K. H DUPJ (II,
IB AND Pkumilltli
OK KICK )S ,, MAKKK.T STRKBT
II N. P., I AIIAMAS.
r. ii. Itoi |o
PUBLlsiil-.l) DAILY.
M mhUv, .\Vll;r,!..\ an,I Kliiluv
l If I N ... ..." I.'
1 uesda) I lay an ftntutriaj
H [Ii '''!> id
weekly ... ... ,j,|
' Hily
.> i terlj ......
RalfYearh
feafiv ... ini
PAY IHI.f IV M)\ A- ( I .
Advertising Rataa: Sli pence per line
foi Brit insertion : three [icncs pei line
'r second invertieii; and one penny per
line for lubneqi ent insertion*
Advertisements under sight linos ^1.
In the House of Assembly last
niKhl HisExcelleacy's Message \i>.
jo relating in the centred with
the I;. I.. C. II. Co. and the P. &.
I'. S, R, Co, -. on motion of
llun. J. P, Sanda refern d to the
following srli-i t Committee .1. P.
Snndi Geo, II. lohnsnn, *V. <". I'.
Johnson, Geo. Weech, R. II. Cnrry
(I. M. t i.lf. c C. Sweeting, E, v.
Si>liTii'-n. E, L, Down .
I here wae no deb ite on this mo.
lion the only member who spoke,
except Mr. Sands who made the
motion, was Mr. Brire whnaai he
did not oppose the appointment ol
a Select Committee but that he
In ped ilie Committee would try
;hkI (.Tt better terms in this con-
trait thin the last.
'I here are two nnmea on the
Committee that, in our opinion
had better not B#en lliere, if only
for the look of lliinf;.
\lr Curry is appointed arbitrator
foi ihe Flagler interests in I he di-
|iule with the Govt, over last year'it
contract and we think th it at least
while he hold* th t appointment
he should not lie na n Committee
of Ihe House of As*embly where
ha is supposed in look aftet iho
interet la ol this Colony,
Mr. E, v, Solomon it a Clerk In
il w i mploy ol Mr. Currj at d I ><
putv Amei ic in Consul.
The new contract will he be-
tween tins GoVt, and an American
Corporation and as American
(a ii a ml il miiUm+m4*m*mkm*m
aftei ail American interests and nol
tlu s.' of the Colony,
We are afraid that the report of
such a v' i-ri Committee ill hard-
ly inspire our people with tin
lief that we air g tting a fair bnr-
c, tin for our 5,000.
" jS
" I he Sti m I' is"J 0 luni has I i n
published, 'I Ins number contains
1 veral interesting artie'e ami ng
them being \ Trage l\ ol M
Royal," by Mis L Stone of sjnn
treat, Canada, \ Raliam is Fit in'
I los-.es,' by (i. r. \| iver. \n i n-
counter with a Pirate" ''Peminis-
vs of the War."
Vdvertisements and insettions for
the Direct >v foi the |ul> number
should be sent in at once.
j
REIGN Mails to be eVv>*tHied
vi 1 Miami pei "Franks E" will lie
in ide up and closed tin 'I hurs lay,
the j6th June 1913 at 4 o'clock |
in.
THE JUNIOR DEBATIN i
si) riETY.
At a meeting of the Society h -Id
on Monday evening in their Club-
Rii mi in the r-- ir of the M i
I 111 jile the Following meml irs
were pn sent.
Mrsers R, K, MooreChairman
Chaa. P IV1I1-1
And ley G. W. Kelly.
I Fratici Carey.
Timoth) W. R. Culmer.
E. D ^ears.
Joiiu Wesley Know h
Inglis S. Preston,
R, Tyne (in(Tin.
G Rudolph Sweeting,
Joseph R. Johnson,
I.. J. Amoury.
G. M I .iijlit lioui n
and Mr. J. I, Sounder* Jr. nil-
avoidably absent.
The Rules wen- read andseveral
amendments made thereto, the
< href amendment-Vine that 'he
Rociet) have l<> Literary Even*
ings a month.
The following members were
elected by ball t as <>lTi sets foi the
ensuing half-ye ir.
Hon. c. II. Gamblin M. E. C. ;
M. I.. A. President
M ss,s Chat. P. Bethel, Vice
I\endnt
R, Tynej Griffin Secj
.1 rii

A ii r*r Ihe ef< ction cheers
given for the newly electe l officers
:\nd a VOteol thinks was moved
seconded and carried unanimously
to the out going officers for the
faithful services rendered by them.
Moved by Mr. Culmer and
seconded bj Mr. Griffin thai the
meeting be adj turned to Monday
evening the joth mst,
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Tuesi lay evening
j 11 s June 1913,
The House met according to ad-
journment,
Present: The Honourable The
Speaker w al.
Mr. Sands moved the considera-
tion of the Amendments to the
Pensions Act bj the Legislative
Council, and fliat the rst amen |.
ment he agreed to, accordingly.
Mr. S;u:,|s moved that the Hid
amendment be agreed to.
Mr. Cole moved in amendment
that ii be not agreed to.
The amendment was carried.
Ordered that the Acting Chief
Clerk convey a Message to the
I egislative Council informing
them that ihef-iouse had agreed to
the 1st amendment and disagreed
with the second one.
Mr. Sands moved that a Select
Committee te appointed on the
Governors Message Mo. 50 to re.
port by Bill or othei ise.
Message No. 50.The Governor
has the honour to remind (he Hon-
ourable the House of Assembly
that the contract entered into be-
tween the Government and the
late Ilenry Mairison Flagler ex-
po cs on the 3tst December, roi3.
/ he Government enquired Of the
Executors of tlie late I lenrv Morii-
lon Flagler \lietlir it was I heir
intention to apply /or a renewal of
the Contract.
The Governor has tlie honour to
transmit to the I Ion turable the
I louse of Assembly > o icy of a
telegram which lie U* received
from Mr. Parsont, Stating the con-
ditions under which the Florida
East 'n.ist Hotel Co npany an I
the Peninsula! and OccidenUl
Steamship Comp my are prepared
to enter into a fresh Contract with
this Government.
Phe Government recommends,
"IWBBfffflfcBcoiisidei.'itioii
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T H i- T R i B'U N E
"I the Honourable tlie Mouse of
Assembly, th< e ol the
terms foi a period ol five years
from the expiration of the present
Contract.
Copy of telegram from Mr.
Yi rk.
i iovei nor,
au.
Offer Contract on lines ol
five yean pri ive ad
Miami the Port.
PARSONS.
inds, Dr. Johnson, W.
i-. B. Join son, Wee< h. Currj,
Cole, Sw E, V. s i imon,
and Bowen, a Committee a cord-
ingly.
Mr. Sands moved the ap|
i tit ol a Select Comm tte n the
11"-.ernoi ge Mi 1.48 ci re
I urseroent of ;_.": ,7 to Mr. 11. B,
Warner, all the. coin dence
1 'i b< ing printed, at Mr. J
r< quest Mr. Sands motn .1 was
withdrawn;
Mr. 5 on the I able ol
the House b Vote 1 1
which was red a fust tun
-I 'I to be printed.
The House, adjourn',! until
'I hursday.
We desire to dun-: the attention
of our Readers to tlie Jumh e s tie,
advertised in anoth >r colu nn, to
be held in St. \ 1 Irew's 11 ill on
Thursday eveni ng, 26th.
CABLEGRAMS
are primed to make 0 titanic fight,
\ on urjjed by
dent WiKon, which proi 1
1 of duty in
June 15th 1913.
London,33, P lent Poincar 1
of France has chosen Engl ind for
In* first official visa after b s elec-
tion and will arrive at Spiihead
to-n "ii" i "ii the Dreadnaughl
J I n li irt, !> be the Ruest of Kinx
1 1 1 rge and the nation until June
7'!i.
London, 33.The British com
m it tee has issued an appe il to the
public f"r s ibsci 1
o Minor, the ancestral home of
Wash in _'ti n, and for othei pui
I oses in connection with the eel*,
brat ion of 1 yean f pe ice
tween Eogland and tlie United
St 1! .
Londoi ihop of Cre-
diton ti In y dedicated in Ilia
chu 1 Ii I ::
at I >evon| rut four
windows and two pniels in
memory ( f Captain Sroii and the
othei members of the South Foler
I ipedilinn who | rished,
Washington, 33.Dent
opposed to fn uigai live ed the
senatoi rus late t >-d iy be.
ginnihu ih 11 final eBoi 1 1 1
^L ihfi si I edule before tin' la" If bill
H hi hi d tin' :i ite for general de-
I
London, 2j. -The Ami
Ambassador sp ke at the Royal
(ieogn p tion
to>night on The d ; iment of
ii-w South"
I oid t'u 1 m of Kedleston pre-
tided.
1 11 It is lep irted from
1 that Sen ia has 1 lo
the exhortations of Russia and the
powers to accept Russian arbitrn-
tion on the basis of the at Bel
linn treatv.
London, 33, Al the interoation
al h irse show 1,,.,! ,y j idge M
of New York tun e 1 the tables on j
vi ~ by winning ,
with his bays in class iq,
_i_
N'ew York, 23. M itoi boat en-
thusiasts me laying p am foi an
attempt 10 lift the I lann-wrih
Trophy. Trial races for tin- Bel
ti>n of three bo its to go to hng-
land will be held in Huntini
P, iy on July ;ih 8th qih.
1 Hi RENT.
I)R< PER I V on Ray Street two
doors east of Victoria .Avceue
Also
COTTAGE on Dowdeswell
Street quite near ViCti
Avenue.
H. W. I IGHTBOURN.
June 25th 1913.
Bargain Day
Thursday & Friday
June 26th and 27th.
A I" I HE
Narsau Bargain House.
foi
ONE Bureau (new) pric
ind Double Mattresses, i
for :
I ather Pillov id s.
I i | . i d
Two Infant ribs, p ce fi )-. fot
Rolls Mattin is.
Ten yard pit i es .-> iniiary Diapei
at 3s. od.
VII tji. yard I ioodi at 3d. yard.
All 9d. yard G Shoes price 6, and 8s. al .|s. pail
II ith T' twels, Chil s (in ( ails
I able Cloths ami Covers all at
reduced prices foi I Inns lay and
Friday onlyalso
('tic Fine B coatier)
1 'n Fine Oil Stoye
One Fine Pan Si ales.
A. T. MOORE.
birr 93th, IQtl,
Jumble Sale
At St. Andrew's Hall.
THURSDAY 26th.
1 SEFUL AND FANCY
ARTICLES
Mi ill r REFRESHMENTS.
THE
Constabulary Band
WILL PLAY
RING THE EVENING.
Do
Admis ion 3d.
Notice
THE undersigned wishes
to inform the Public that
he has been appointed si le
il I Long Cay, I-. I., by
I o. ol Siliwi ppes, Ltd.,
Manufacturers of 'I able \\ .1
Cordials, Wines, jftc, 1
Hammersmith Road, London
W.
J< >SR G. MAURA,
I \ Cay, F. I.,
J 1 in- i')i11, i'yi3. [3 mo.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE ANI 1 l.
\ del ii ion h ink brewed from
I lops ontnjnins all the ' nic
value 1 ale and Stout but with-
out the alter effi 1is, 1 1 ice 6 b 1 tie. j* do*,
LIME *.*11AMPV ,\F.
Pints 7|d. Ou.itts 1. d.
SP VRKLING V All N rO Vr\ INE.
P in- 7! I Per ih/. 68.
GINGER VLf & GINGER BEER
Pints( I. I'ii rim
SPE( I M. PRICES BY 'I HE
i \-l.
LACK'S
233 Bay St. and
THE NASSAU t WDV
KITCHEN.
M. S I'd. v K, \gi ni.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
\ T B L A C K's
223 Bay-Street
and 1:11 N VS" \V CANDT
KITCHEN.
I I r\ I I EY .'. PAI MERS
1 1 MAY (i..... I u I; Biscuits
Loose and iii hall pound |>.i< I I
at is, j I, per lb.
Hunt I' \ .\ Palmers Petit Beurfe,
M.ii ie and C in innl 1 >n, in hall
ind p ii kets,
CR VWI 1 >RD'S Buttei Puffs in J
lb. pai kets
"I lilllt" and Full Cf
at 1-. 6d. per lb.
Cum ni P IN at !/'.( lb.
I UPTON'S C( >C< \.
\ lb. tin- 1 .
2 /. ,, 6tl,
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a fine flss-ii t irnnt of
R VZORS
Table Kniyi s
Pocket Knives
Butl her Knives
Hiead Knives.
Car\ inp Sets in Cases.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury
THF; SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Hi and T lo'ui selling at
: lb. ami 30s. pet bag of
hs.
"G ir Flout 2 lbs for 3Jd.
and "l.xurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
i ntei ni <] I I u pei bag 28s.
Pi I el in Vines ir .it jA pei Ih,
Brn a Sugar al 2\ I per lb (>ur
rice white Hud 'lean, best in town
si dim- at .pi. per quart.
All .Mil 1 irot ei ii are fresh at >1
ility and chi Rp,
Pure Jamaica Rum al 10s, psr
1 in.
AMP'S I SAL'NDERS A Co.
' Nissan V. P.
R iham
\| ni ijth i'H.1.
1 1 I C E.
nr*l US is to inform my Patrons
1 .Old tin- Public in ( -neial
thai I have opened my Public
I'd.e k Smith Sliop; and am now
1 to do anylhins in the line ol
Geneml repair01 new work Horse
ShoeinK Spi cial Iy. All work d
Mei baiiically.
P. V Pluyler,
4^3 Bay sire-1. l. isi (Wh.nf
Ragtime Piano
Playing-
POSH ivi.i.v t..u.iiit .01s per.
son m 10 to 30 le isons. Sue-
mi nteed. Call or m lile for
I look let,
WALT. T. WEIR.
Dillett street.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
Wl ill A KM LUta Ot I.At'iiM
Dki-ssGoods, Prints, 1)kil .
GbmtsShirts, Umdbr Waists
Ca'.I Early and See New StocM


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