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Fine Pianos and Elegant Furniture
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Nos. 66 and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I-
J& Owing to the rent depression in business on the Coast and in Eastern Cities and
consequent hard times, Goods can now be bought for CASH LOWER THEN EVER
BEFORE. Having just returned from the centres of business, and I have taken
advantage of all opportunities in the w ay of bargains offered by buying for SPOT CASH a
large Stock of Goods, which I WILL SELL FOR CASH Cheaper than goods have ever
been offered heretofore.
GREAT RISSUUJtDTIiDKTS iHuILi ROUBTO 1
Having purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will be seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut) S 44,00
These Muits iirc the s.siiic kind and quality as those sold for $SO,
only Two Years ao.
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-top, (formerly sold at $125) - - - - 100,00
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top, (formerly sold at $150) - - - - 125,00
Other Suits at different Prices with corres-
OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
IL Full laine of First-Class Goods,
FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES, INCLUDES
Fancy Parlor Chairs, Upholstered Piano Stools, Bouquet Tables,
Walnut Extension Tables, (fall leaf); Marble-top Centre Tables, What-nots & Side- Stands,
Parlor Suits, upholstered in raw silk, hair cloth &spun silk; Lounges, upholstered same styles,
Library, Office and Dining Room Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Wire Matresscs,
Hair Mattresses, Cat Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows;
Upholstered Folding Chairs and Patent Rockers, (new styles).
SOIVIETEEinTtS STESW and. IHOITESI-h !
THE ELEGANT IMTENT SOFA BED, just out. Call & Examine.
Pianos, Organs and Ulusical merchandise ol every Description.
Alarm Cash Tills, Clocks, Jewelry, &c., cVc.. &c., aVc.
SOLE A&ISN'r FOR THE
Popular si&merioasi Sewing IMaoliine !
CHROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and at greatly reduced prices.
PICTURE FRAMES Of every kind and description made to order.
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices greatly reduced. S2.50 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Abo, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
3f Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch. - .
Thanking the Public for their very generous patronage in the pat, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
of the wants of the people, to merit a continuance of the same. E O IT W E I I S
P S Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repaired by a First-class V orkraan. Leave your Orders at Wells' Music Store, Nos , 66
and 63 Fort Street. m 6m
H. W. SEVERANCE,
MCaCllANr. ai California uet, Ban fraDnsro,
California- ET Booea ro.
to. v. com.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
suipplvc isd coamssio meeciiists.
- - JT. 13 Pis Street, Cnioo Btof ,
PiRTlCri.AR ITTESTIOX GIVEN TO
ailing Hawaii order.. andsatuUctica gaaranued.
JOHN HAE.VEY & CO.,
CMMI5SIOXMERCIUNTS m WOOL
ttmae Bulk of MoMmL
Cash advance, on Consignment
A T. "EVERETT.
Forwarding L Commission Merchant
AO FRONT STRBIT. CORNER CLAT
r.rtleularatUMloo pat4 t. Consignments of Island ProUac.
W. H. OEOSSMAN & BEO.,
-lpilTiSC aixl CommlsMlon
118 CkiaWri Street. SEW YORK.
Mm-Cu(Ii a Cock aJ J. T. W.trrboow.
The Great-Popular Monthly,
THE C A LI FORM I A N i th. bt and mi popuiar
monthly rrr publUtsJ on the Fifl Coast- ll i the
Mly na(so wot of the Mis.is.ippl V.UVy. and la ful
of taelcoroee We cf tbe Grrat Its Unre an.l
aaadanoMily prtnbrH pace are filled eith Interesting anj
vala eonuibwtioc from the tu o so ol ihe able.t
and most eminent writer le the Coiud States. 1 1 1 unl
TJly od fclgMT rawsnasended by the local and F asl-ro
res. It to the rlalne magazine of ! day. and is eo-l-toore
tnereaert w Uh each iasa. r early Safccrlb-
la Aaeaace. A.OO. Slale Nasuber.
Tki.it.lt. Ct.lt. oc'Oly
I P. FISHER.
A nVF.RTIMXO AC EXT. 21 MERCHANTS'
j EXCJINlC. eaa Francisco, Califorrrla, i aut her ix--l
le receive a.lvertlsinota .r the column. of this par.
Jm. P. riSHER'S
Rooms 20 and 81. Merchants' Exchange.
CaUlornl Street, Fan Fraoci-co,
jy idTertlala Sellcltfd far all
papers PahlUhed the Patlfle Ca,lhe S adwic b
IilafiiS Paljarsla, Bexltaa Parts, Paaana, Va!p
ralsa, Japaa, Chlaa, Xew Zealaad, the Aotra!Ian
Calaalen, the Easter- Statei aad Enrcpe. rile f
ear! eierj Sewspaper Pahlhhed the Paclfle
Caast are kept CaasUatljaaUaad, aad all ader
tl4r are aJIawed Tree aecess ta them daring Bal
near. The PACIFIC COBBEBCIAL 1DVEE
TISE2 Is If pt aa file at the Odee af L. P. FISHER.
MELBOUENE CUP CONSULTATION.
lft,fi()0 SCBSCRIEERS AT OSE POr.U EACH.
Ores 6TTj;rTj)..Xlf60010 riBis orilO ..ca.fl.iOtt
Thi U say llfth Cooltatloo since October last, and is the
best opportunity ever brought before the Public in the Au-
Wtuml Pn. eocslatins; of 6 Prise, of 10 each,
a 'rise ef A40 each, aod 110 Prt of 10 each, bnrgs the
aa'moer of winntcg Tku to about 2W.
If cheoaes sr. frwarded echnie most be added. Whrre
rer peelible P. O. Ordtrr should be forwarded and Stampj
1 Deleted foe reply aod result.
19 Crer S.r.... ar B.x rlmz.
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping & Commission .Merchants.
". I ft California SI reel.
.b29 1 SAN FRANCISCO.
Beale and Howard Streets,
j CAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
! W. II. Til LOB, - - President,
! STEAM MACHINERY,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
liirh Prepare or Compound.
STEs VESSELS r all kinds, built 'complete with
Hulls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when advisable.
)TEM LAUNCHES. lUrees and tteam Tue con
strocted with reference to the Trade in which they are to
be emplryed. Ppeed. tonnar and draft of water guaran
tied. (SlfSAR IILI-S AM) St'GAK MAKING
1 A t'll I KK V made after tht most approved plans.
I Also, all B- ilT Iroo Werk connected therewith.
' WATER I'IPE.of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any site,
I ma le in suitable leorths for connecting together, or eeu
Rolled. Ponchrd. and Packed for t-hipraent, rrady lobe
nvefd on the ground.
! 1 1 V P R V LI C It I V ET 1 N G . Boiler Work and Wa
' tr Pipe made by this E.tabl'sbment, Riveted by Hy
i -raulic Kivctine Machinery, that quality of work being
j ur superior ti Land work.
i SHIP WORK. hip and Steam CpsUn. Steam Winch
, e. Air and Circulating I'ompj, made after the most ap
i n.'.inu n:- a trm PnmiM Cur Irrintion or Citv Wa-
ter Worka' porposes, built with the celebrated lvy ale
Motion, superior to any other pump. d27 0-ly
AGENTS for Wonhicgton Duple Steam Pump.
Trade Journal & Exporter,
Produce Markets Review and General
PuMihrd Mcclhly. and In Engll.h Indispensable for pur- ,
chafers of Continental Goods; gives Wholesale Prices, and
Disocants allowe-l. of .
ttinfi Braodirs, Preserved Provisions. Fancy Good.
Milliwry. l)rss Materials, Glass, Porcelain,
Plaird Ware. Watchc. Clocks,
Real and Imitation Jewelry. Hoots and Shoes, f
Perfumery, Pbotosraptiic and Printinc Materials,
Toys olographs. Scientific and Musical Instruments. j
Irus. Chemicals, ahrmaceutical Prrparatioos,
Stationery, fcweets. ilks. Varnishes, Paints,
Paper Uanrmgs, Ktc. Etc.. ,
Also Prices Current of Produce. Market Reports, Notices,
on Iodustnal Novelties, Trade Intelligence, Etc. .
Annual Subscription 5 for Postal I nion, and 6s for other ;
CrMneTord'rs payable to OEOROE WATERS on Paris or j
London, or the equivalent in any local currency or postage
stamps- pail) BETTERS REFUSED. I
AdJr TIIEiRENCU TRADE JOURNAL A EXPORTER j
ocV 14. Rue deCbsbrol. Tar!., Francs.
By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a
careful application of the fine properties of well-seiected
cocoa, Mr. Epps baa provided our br.'akfast tables with a
delicately-flavored beverage which may aave us tniny heavy
doctor's billa. It is by the judicious use of such article of
diet that a constitution may he gradually built up until
atroDg enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating arouad as ready to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a
fatal shaft bv keeping ourselves well fortifled with pure blood
and a properly nourished frame." See article in the Civil
Mule simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in packets, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
AUoEPrS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, or Jftrrnonn
Noticeto Planters & Others
I BEO TO NOTIFY PLANTERS AND
the public that I am prepared to furoinh Plans and E.ti
STEEL PORTABLE TRAMWAl'S with cr
without Cars and Locomotives, especially adapted for
STEAM PLOUGHING aad CULTIVATING
TRACTION ENGINES Aad ROAD LOCO
MOTIVES. LOCOMOTIVES for any guage of Railway.
PORTABLE ENGINES fur all purposes
WINDING ENGINES for Inclines.
Mossrs. JOHN FOWLER A CO. of Leeds, England, whom I
represent have supplied Portable Kailwrys for Sugar Planta
tion in Cuba, Trinidad. Drmerara. Peru and Mexico, for all
which places they have al.-o supplied
STEAM PLOUGHING TACKLE.
They have also during the last 15 years manufactured Loco
motives for Railways in Great Uri'ain and the Colonies, In
dia Mesco, Ceylon, Ecypt and Peru, 2v in. gait up to 6 ft. S
in. guage, and aoitrd for all kinds of Trucks and Traffic.
They have supplied the governments of Gf .it Britain, Ger
many. Russia, Italy with traction Engines, which have given
every satisfaction, as well as Urge numbers fr private use.
Any Communications to be addressed to R. fl. FOWLER
W. I.. OKtES,Kq . Messrs. O. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Honolulu, who will act as the Agents.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models, and
Photographs of the above Plant
roav seen at the Otne of W. L. GREEN, above the Office
of U. W. M.lclarlane & Co.
R. II. FOWLER.
for John Fowler x Co.
N. B. I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands During the Next Few Weeks,
and shall be glad to give any information with regard to the
application of the different styles ol. the above Machinery to
ja24 81lf R. U. FOWLER.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to orier.
Also, Mater. "ofa and Butter Crackers.
JENNY LIND CAKES. c.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
,V. B.BROWy BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITi
jan I 61
Just Received, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortment of Oak Plank
For Sale in Lots to Suit,
-' By ALLEN Si. ROBINSON.
(Commercial Sibber tistv.
..AUGUST 27. isl.
From the papers to Land by the II. W. Almy,
hich arrived on Tuesday from San Frftucio. j
we make the following extracts.
Presides Garflsld's Health.
The following is the latest bulletin to hand :
EiEccnvH HaKsios, August 5th, 7 p.m. (offi
cial). The President has passed another good
day. The appearance of the wound, and the
character and amount of the discharge of pus
continues satisfactory. He Las taken an ade
quate quantity of nourishment, and has had
several pleasant naps during the day. At 12.30
p.m. his puUe was 93, temperature 98, respira
itm 15. After 4 p.m. Li temperature began to
rise as uual, but to a moderate degree, and
without perceptible dryness of the skin. At the
present time Lis pulse is 102, temperature 100.4.
Tbe National Oaiilak la A inrrira.
It is now pretty certain that President Gar
field will survive the attack of Guiteau. But
the bullet which has laid him on his bed for so
many weary weeks has worked strange political
changes. It was intended, according to the
statement of the assassin, to place Arthur and
the Stalwarts in power. The result hat been
the exact opposite. Conkling has apparently
been retired permanently to private life. Rob
ertson is in charge of the Xew York Custom
House, the greatest and most powerful fiscal
office in the country." There are no more Stul.
warts, at least of the New York stripe. The
Stalwart, according to Carl Sehurz, is a Repub
lican politician who wants all the offices he can
lay his hands on, and gets very mad if they are
not given to him.
The most serious complication, therefore,
wliich threatened the Administration of Presi
dent Garfield may be said to be removed. If he
is not a candidate himself for re-election,
Blaine is pretty sure of the succession. His
friend controls the Federal patronage in the
State of New York, and that goes a great way
in politics. Windom is not likely to be taken
with the Presidential mania, though there is no
knowing what may happen him before his term
expires. If he should go through without get
ting it badly, the Treasury may be set down as
worth 100 votes, principally gathered in the
South, in a Nationul Convention for either Gar
field or Blaine.
But the prospects of the next CongTes being
in harniony with the Administration are not no
bright. The two Houses are so nearly .divided
in strength that very little legislation, about
which there is any disagreement, can be put
through. If Mahoue adheres to his original
progriimme, the Senate will be tied, but will
present a Republican aspect when the Vice
President votes.' The organization of the
House by the Republicans depends in a large
measure upon the expedition by which suc
cessors are elected to Miller and Lapham.
But no party questions of great moment are
now pending. The principal one relates to re
apportionment under the late census. It is,
perhaps,' fortunate that the two Houses of Con
gress are so nearly divided. That fact is a
guaranty that no unjust or purely partisan re
apportionment can be attempted. That is
hardl', however, a circumstance to be deplored.
The only other question is the Chinese, and as
all .parties profess to be agreed on it, there
ought to be no trouble in securing promptly the
legislation required. i). F. Bulletin.
The British Km aire.
London, Auvust 2d. Governor Sir Hercules
Robinson, the High Commissioner for South Af
rica, explained the provisions of the professed
Convention of the Boers. At a large meeting of
tho native chiefs they were very much dissatis
fied and expressed a determination to fight the
Boers if necessary.
In the House of Commons Gladstone said that
the Convention would probably be signed in a
day or two.
The House went into a Committee of supply.
The Irish members obstructed the vote for the
expenses of the household of the Lord Lieuten
ant of Ireland until the close of the sitting.
London. August 3d. An immense crowd to
day cheered Bradlaugh when he entered the
Palace yard on his way to Westminster Hall,
some time before the assembling of the House
of Commons. He made an attempt to enter
soon after the business of the House commenced.
He informed Erskine, the Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms,
that he was there by the mandate of his
constituents, and would not yield to anything
illcgnl. Upon Erskine putting out his hand to
prevent his passage, Bradlaugh pushed him,
and he was immediately seized by an usher,
with whom he grappled fiercely, shouting, "If
any one dareshinder me. " He was hustled
down the member's staircase, grappling with the
police and ushers, but no blows were struck.
He was ghastly pale when he appeared in the
Palace yard, and was still struggling with tbe
police and almost fainting. A glass of water
was brought and his face bathed. He threatened
to come to the House again with such a force
that the police would be compelled to arrest
him. The police cleared the palace yard at 12:
30 p. m. Bradlaugh, after his expulsion, went
to Bow Street for a summons agai. st the police.
The summons was refused, but the Magistrate
advised him to prepare an information in reference
to the summons desired for the assault.
Constantinople, August 2d. Sheik Mah
moud, who was arrested by the French Consul,
and upon whose person were found documents
showing the existence of a vast Moslem con
spiracy against the French in Africa, has been
taken aboard a French man-of-war and will be
sent to France, charged with conspiracy against
the public peace in Algeria.
Tcnis, August 3d. The party of marauders
who pillaged a farm at Tonta and killed a Greek,
was attacked by a Libill tribe and defeated with
The leaders of the bfax revolt recently entered
Tripoli, but tho authorities expelled them. The
inhabitants of Suasa desire French occupation,
in view of the attacks by marauders. The
deserters from the Tunisian army, who were
brought back to Tunis, ask pardon and promise
to serve the Bey faithfully.
Gastein, August 5th. The two Emperors held
hnlf an hour's conference this morning. The
Emperor of Germany subsequently accompanied
the Emperor of Austria to the railway station
and bado him a hearty farewell. The Emperor
of Austiia has gone to Munich, from which point
he will visit the Kings of Wurtemburg and Saxo
ny, and the Grand Duke of Baden.
CortNHAGEN, August 5th. A St. Petersburg
correspoaJont of the Gazttte says: The Russian
Court made the recent journey to Moscow be
cause of tho discovery of an extensive conspiracy
for the a s:tssi nation of the Imperial family dur
ing th-j night at Pttertroff. The police on the
27th of July stopped a boat which had succeeded
in passing the guardships and arrested the occu
pants. It was subsequently discovered that six
ty persons, some of them of high rank, were in
volved in the plot.
Toms. August 5th.- Gambetta, at a banquet,
warnily eulogized Grevy and regretted that the
Legislature had not adopted the Scrutin de Liste
Bill, and so avoided the opportunity of consult
ing the Democratic party in a broader and deep
er manner ihin at present. Gambetta declared
himself a partisan to the existence of two Cham
bers, in spite of the faults committed by the Sen
ate, but he desired to see the two Houses ani
mated by one spirit.
Berlin, August 4th. It can be stated as a
fact that the Government papers are beginning
to fear the Conservatives may get a majority in
the forthcoming election. Negotiations have
consequently been opened with various Liberal
factious for agreement to give their united support
in each District to the Liberal candidate who ap
pears to have the best chance of being elected. The
elections of the Magistrates in Alsace and Lor
aine show the German element has won more
influence in many minor places. Even in Metz
some German candidates have been successful.
Popular agitation here increases as the election
day approaches, .and it is even now evident
that Germany has not for many years been the
arena of such a fierce and bitter struggle. The
reason for this state of affairs is that neither
the Government nor the other party has any
fixed programme, and thu personal attacks are
the order of the day.
London, August 5th. The Lancet says : It is
to be remembered that unless President Gar
field's bullet causes local disturbance, it v. ould
not be iu accordance with modern surgical prac
tice to attempt its removal.
Buffalo. August 4th. Maud S. at length
appeared for the contest with old Time. In the
first heat, on the first approach to the wire.
Bain nodded, and the word was given. The
mare made a fine burst of speed, and went to
the three-quarter pole ia the remarkable time of
I.1'. but here she broke badlv. and nassl
under the wire iu 2:15. At the start for the
2nd heat the wind was verv strong, havincr in
creased rather since the mare first appeared on
the course. Maud S. went away with a rush on
the first attempt, but the ill-timed playing of the
band caused her to lose her head and break so
seriously that Bain turned her back. On the
second attempt she went off ia fine style, and
went round the entire course without a skip, hrr
running mate being kept close to her wheel all
the way. The time was -.Quarter, 33 J ; half.
1:03 ; three-quarters, 1:36 ; ; one mile. 2:10'.
This performance elicited the greatest admira
tion. The mare trotted ocly these two her.t,
by direction of Vanderbilt, who had to leave wt
5 p.m. The wind at the time was very high.
By 6 u'clock it had subsided, and had she then
come on th track it is thought she would have
beaten her own record of 2:10JJ, and won the
London August 3rd. The White Star Line
steamship Britatinic, -n her homeward voyage
from New York to Liverpool, ran aground inside
the Saltees rocks off Kilmore, on the coast of
Wexford, Ireland, Powerful steam pumps were
sent from Liverbool and placed oa board of her,
by the aid of which she was brought safely into
To direct the Attention of the
Inhabitants of the
THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
Tbe business or F. LJSSETTER Jt Cs.. (l.imite.1)
is to Import and have oa Sate every description of
Had (heir Depot in Sydney contains the largest aasortaiect of
WHICH CA BE FOCD IS THE
S Lists and Catalogues sent post free "T
Tbe (acillties afforded by the steamers of tbe Australian and
Sew Zealand Mall Steamship Co., enable purchasers to
TUB f ANDWICU ISLANDS
to obtain goods In
Lirge or small quantities every month.
LIST OF SOME OF THE DEPARTMENTS.
Galvailicsl CrrittdBefingInB, Im ton eases,
Feaclag Wire, all sizes, la calls,
Palat, Oils, Calars, aad Paint Brushes,
Bar Iraa aad Blatksailth's Toals,
Wheelwright's aod Carpenter's EdgeTools,
alls, Lacks, and Builder's Fittings.
Sbat Gang, Brceeh Leaders, Rifles f all serts',
Bevalverslcpeatlngwcapaas, &e., &c.
lanaaaltlaa aad Cartridge for all serfs of
Blasting Powder, Dynamite, and Mining
ExpUslTes f all kinds.
Plaws, Uarravg, Cultivators, Chaff Cutters,
Matrlag Mar nines (far Lawa ar Grain),
Threshing JfatMnes, &t., sir., &r.
EVERYTHING WASTED IN HOTELS OR
PRIVATE RESIDENCES WILL BE
FOUND IN OCR WAREHOUSE.
Coating Stares, tanking Utensils, Halves, Farks
aud'Saoang, Dining Raaa Plated Ware,
Eartheaware Pinner Services,
China Tea and Coffee Sets,
Glass Taaihlers, Wine Glasses, and Decanters.
Drawing Boom Stoves and Ornaments,
METALLIC BEDSTEADS IN GREAT
Ill size f Horsehair aad other 3fattrases.
Palliasses, Pillows. r.
Wa-salag Saehiaes, Mangles Wringing Machines,
STABLE AND GARDEN TOOLS A LARGE
Hall TaUe, Bronzed Iron Hat and Coat Stands,
Garden tables and VEKAXDAH CHAIRS from a
Saddles and Bridles of English make.
VaS" WHITE FOR LISTS. "J
F. LASSETTER& Co., (limited),
Ap. 18, 6m.
GROCERY AM) FEED STORE,
NO. 109 KING STREET.
O . F. O X-j TP E3
HAS OPENED A
GROCERY AND FEED STORE
Where he will be pleased to serve his
friends aad the public la general,
V7ith any Article in His Line !
INVEST MARKET PRICES
RECEIVED EVERY WEEK.
XT GIYKIIIMA CALL.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board....
Booms with Board...
Booms without Board
..Two Dollars and a Half per day
Thre Dollars per day
.One Dollar per day and upwards
Cottages la Coanectloa with tbe Hotel at Special
JOHN M. LAW LOR ic CO..
jan 1 II Prsprislsrs.
HORSE BEDDING MATTRASS HAY.
WELL CURED, BALED, AND
DELIVERED IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
At One Dollar per 100 rounds.
Applv, through the Post-Orfice. to
J. H. WOOD, or
jaljl.tf J. W. H1NQLEV.
1V3C SI iiJ '
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, ENGRAVER
DIAMOND S Jfl T T J3 K ,
NO. 6 KAAHUMANU STREET.
M L B TO ORDER.
AND OF THK
CT I hold myself personally responsible for ALL OOrtPS
rity of their goods.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing t
T invite the publio to examine my Magnificent Stock of European and American Dry Coeds,
which is without question f lie
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu
My Prices for perfectly FRESH, XEW FABRICS ar positively lower than are charged by other
Houses for OLD, SHOPWORN, SOILED COOKS, under the puiso of Sl l.I.nu OFF I
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine for Yourself!
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods
TRIMMINCS, CLOTHING & CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
bA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAINS
I invite a careful inspection of my Goods and Prices. 0 TU0I BI.E TO SHOW C00DS.
Ordera from the country caretully cxccuteJ.
California. One Iiiee Bazar,
dc4 80 U2
OAHU, II. I.
I allurements, is an acknowledged safeguard for morals.
Vor salubrity of climate ia unrivalled. The buildings are
arge and commodious -, while the grounds afford the pupils
opportunities of healthful and manly exercises.
Unremitting attention will be given to the intellectual and
moral culture of the pupils. Non-Catholic pupils will be free
to attend the religious exercises or not, according as their
parents or guardians may desire.
Pupils are received at any time during the year.
No reduction will be made from regular charges, except for
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No leave of absence during the scholastic year, except at
the College vacations, or by special permission.
Each pupil must, on entering, obtain one suit of uolformt
which, with all other necessary clothing, &c, will be furnished
at moderate cost by the College; but none of these will be
provided by the College unless by special arrangement.
Payments are to be made quarterly, and invariably Iu ad
vance. THE COURSE OK STUDV
18 CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL.
Latin, Greek, French, Oermsn, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular attention will be paid to tbe English
language in all its branches. Literature, Mathematics, pure
and mixed. History, Geography, Chemistry, and Natural
Philosophy, Ace, 4c.
Board, Lodging, Tuition, and Washing for Scholastic
Entrance Fee 10 00
Vacation at College 40.00
Music Vocal and Instrumental Drawing, and Modern
Senior Class $ 80.00
Junior Class... 40.00
The Scholastic Year consists of two sessions, each comprising
a period of five months. The First Session commences on the
20i b of August. The Second on tbe 20th of January.
For all and farther particulars apply to
REV V. J. LARK IN. I'rraidrn t.
No. 73 Beretania Street.
Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The President has decided to include this branrh in the
Curriculum of the College.
Its object is to afford all classes of the community the
mesas of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transactions in daily use; and
also to give an Insight into the workings and applications of
the different trades, which is so essential in these Islands.
THE THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under the supervision of the President and Professors
of the. College. THK PRACTICAL, and most important
branch will be specially attended to by representatives from
the various tnaster-artixans among as, who have kindly and
generounly promised their services to this useful and valuable
They will alternately devote an hour each evening to ths
task of imparting this practical knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary to each trails, and to agri
culture, will be furnished by the College. m
Each Master-A rtixan, while connected with the College,
will be entitled to name one Pree-Life-Scbolarship to the
privileges of this Evening School Department.
Each Student per Week 50 Ceol.
Tbe Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jal 81
X TSE ,
No. 71, Nauanu Street, opposite McLean Bros.
iy Has now open for public inspection a large slock of first
first and Choice Goods, comprising:
Dry 5c Fancy Goods
Gentlemen or Children's Ise, English, French and
Chinese Silks of all Colors, Colored Satins,
Ladles' and Gentlemen' Tnderwear.
A splendid line of Socks and Stockings, Bilk, Woolleon, Cot
ton in all colors. Best Baihriggans for Ladies, Children and
Ribbons, Glores, Jewelry, Hats, Caps, Boots k Shoes.
XT" First Class Goods at extremely low prices. Stock con
tinually being added to by every Steamer.
n6 Grivo mo , Q.ll. 'y
NEW LAW OFFICE.
Xfr C. JONES. (A ek.) Alt.rney and Conn-
sellor at Law and General Land Agent and Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the several Islands in the King
dom. Office, over Allen ic Rokioson's, Queen etreet, Uono
cla, H. I.
1 rPAlRED tt
AT LOW RATES
Prompll) Attended !
entrusted to u car.', and assure all my patrons ol perfe."
CORNER OP FORT A M HOTEL HTKKETN.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
SUPERIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Weil-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cowa,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHI ANCH.
.... ALSO ....
TIII1ITI IIE.1I) I'MWIM HOLES.
H. EV3. MOORE,
AND rKAI.KR IN
STATIONERY. CIGARS. TOBACCO, it'.
123 FORT STREET.
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
SO KINO STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable u.e at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
TT Repairing of every description done in the bent possible
manner, with the best material, at lowest workmen's rales.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
t-aT Look for the 11 Mo Col Mr.'" -t
jal 81 tl '
w. c. bordsiu,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH NT
L.AI)lt:s' AND GENTS' HOSIERY.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladles, Gents' k ( hlldren's Roots k Shoes,
GROCERIK8 AND CANNED GOODS,
Hardware. Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipe Yankee Notions,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3B, 32. AM) 34 FRONT STREET,
snjlG 80 It