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TltyllSIUY, MAY 28, 188.1.
OCEAH10 S, S. CO.
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Alameda .Leave. Ilnaolulu, Jnnc 1
Marlpow Leaves Honolulu, June 13
PACIFIC MAIL S.8.
VOtt SAN VllAKCIfcCU.
Stmr City of Sydney .Jute 7
l-OH AUCKI.Vlm AND avuNEV
Sinn Zsuliudln Jutie IS
Schr Manuoknwnl from Koolau
.Sclir Wallelo f will Mallko
Sclir Waloll from Mallko fc
Schr Kawallaul from Koolnn
Schr Rainbow from Knolnn
Stmr Mokolli fiom Mnloknl niul Manl
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., . DEPARTURES.
Stmr Lehua for Windward Port.
Sclir Wannnluffor Hllo
Bktnc Enreka for Saa Fiaucisco
Schr Roll Roy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolli for Moloknl and Maul
SckrWallclc for Mallko
Schr Waloll for Mallko
Schr Kawallaul for Koolau
Schr Halcakala for Pcpeekco
3 S Alameda, Morse
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
Bk AtttoniUG, Lalno
Bktnc Mary Wlnklcman
Bk C O Whltmorc, Calhoun
From Uanalcl, Kilauca, via Walalua
andjWaianac, per steamer 0 It Bishop,,
May 27 Major Wroughton, Mis G W
C Jones, Moses Makclona, 8 K Mahoe,
Dr G A Martin, 1 prisoner aiul 30 deck.
Stmr C K Bishop brought 225 bags of
sugar from Walanae.
The bark C 0 Whltmorc arrived yes
terday afternoon, 19 days from Depart
ure Bay, with 1,C00 tons of coal to Allen
&. Robinson. She had fair weather.
Schr Wallele brought 117G bags of
Schr Waloll brought 400 bags of sugar
and about 15 cord1! of flie wood.
SchrKawallanl brought 2-10 bags of
Schr Rainbow brought 44S bags of
Schr Manuokawal brought 81 bags of
rice fcom a new crop at Kaalaea.
TlicElcu is'ngain towing mud scows.
Captain Fuller, with the assistauce of
several mcu and.tho Pele, Is overhaul
ing the buojs. The one opposite
Brewer's wharf will have, two anchors
placed lu opposite directions with the
cables taut, so as to make the buoy
stationary. T ,
Captain McGregor reports the Kaneohc
bridge, which was washed away on Sun
day last, 'now under the course of Recon
The lumber for Kaalaea bridge was1
landed at that place on Tuesday last and
is now being put up.
A general repairing of the damages
done at Koolau during the recent rains
is now under way.
The rice crop at Punaluu, Koolau,
this season is not very encouraging, the
plant jleldlng a comparatively small
quantity of rice.
, LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
, 'Thomas Square is looking really
beautiful at the present time.
Numrkous interesting selections
will be found on our fourth page.
A MCETrNQ of Mystic Lodge will
be held this evening at 7 :H0 o'clock.
Mn. Adams' regular cash sale will
be held to-morrow morning at 10
The Intermediary Court was sit
ting this morning, Justice .McCully,
Tm: Y. M. C. A. Geometry and
Algebra class meets this evening nt
7 :.'!0 o'clock.
The Central Park skating rink is
to be enlarged, Work will be com
menced at once.
Here, it is full moon to-morrow
nighty and we liavo not had our
usual complement of moonlight con
certs." ggTm: repairs to the road at the
second bridge, Nuuanu Valley, have
been completed and a good job made
To-morrow evening there will be
fancy skating for gentlemen at the
Yosemite skating link for gold and
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morniug
Lyons .& Levey will sell the house
hold furniture at the residence of
Mr. Ives, No. 3 Kawaiahao Lane.
Dr. M. Grossman, dentist, while
playing baseball the other day,
caught the ball between the third
and fourth fingers, causing severe
injury to the hand.
The Portuguese Consul and Com
missioner, Senhor A. de Souza Cana
varro, has received by the last
steamer the sad news of the death of
his father in Portugal'.
' The tenders for supplying the
Queen's Hospital with fresh beef and
mutton, for one year commencing
fioiu Juno 1st, has been awarded to
the Gcrmanin Meat Market.
Tun officer nnd members of I he
Honolulu Rlllci nvu ordered loicport
nt their Auiinry In full diess unltbiiii
mi Rntunlaj nt 1 i i., sharp, to net
ns escort to Goo. W. Do Long Post,
0. A. R.
On Saturday next the Hawaiian
Chinese News Company will remove
their office1) to King street, opposite
the Police Station. Ilo Foon Is thu
authorized collector of sill bills for
Tnt new steamer James I. Dow
sett nntl the P. M. S. S. City of Rio
de Janeiro are both now due from
San Francisco. The latter will prob
ably bring a full 9lx days' mail for
A man by the name of William
Moses was committed to tlio Insane
AsBylum this morning by Justice
Blekerton. Dr. Webb stntcd ho
had examined the man and found
he was insane and not fit to be at
You can obtain at the store of J.
M. Oat, Jr., & Co., an account of
the funeral obsequies of the late
Queen Dowager. It is in pamphlet
form, neatly gotten up in the Ga
zette Office, and is published by the
The purser of the steamer 0. II.
Bishop reports a big haul of fish at
Hnnalei, Maul, on Tuesday last.
They were stacked up on the beach,
and consisted of the same species
recently caught in large quantities
at Walalua on this island.
Dr. Brodio, V. S., Capt. J.( II.
Brown, or. the board of .inspectors,
and officer Reynolds.made a thorough
inspection ot Munoa Valley yester
day, but did not find any sick horses.
The disease is pretty well stomped
out in this city and suburbs.
Last evening the different volun
teer companies turned out at the
corner of Fort and Queen streets,
and went through battalion drill
under command of Major Baker.
The attendance of spectators was
very large. The drum corps of the
Honolulu Rifles acquitted itself wclL
To-morrow at 12 o'clock noon
Marshal Soper will sell at the old
Custom House wharf, by virtue of a
writ of execution issued out of the
Supreme Court against the Reed
estate in favor of Grinbaum & Co.
for $659.98, the steamer W. H. Reed
with all her tackle, apparel and fur
niture. (It will be remembered that a few
weeks ago Mr. Henry Wateihouse
had two fine cows poisoned, and a
third one was sick. It has since
died, and a fine 'bull as well, all
from the same cause. The perpe
trator of the flagrant outrage has
not yet been detected, but it is to
be hoped will ere long.
Mr. Charles Dexter, the well
known and efficient steward of the
Hawaiian Hotel, is in poor health
and his physician has ordered him to
make a change of climate"at"ohce'.
He .leaves on Monday by the Ala
meda. Chaihe will be much missed
from his post, and wo hope the
change will be beneficial to him.
BUSINESS ITEMS. '
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Cornices and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Bros.' Art Store.
TnE Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
AN INSANE WOMAlf ' APPARENTLY
TURNED LOOSE IN THE
On last Friday tho doctor of the
steamer Alameda, who arrived that
day from Honolulu, called at the
South Harbor Police Station and
requested Sergeant Hensley to in
struct him what course to pursue
with nn insane woman the steamer
had bi ought up from the Islands.
The doctor could give no explana
tion as to why an insane person
should be brought hero to bo a bur
den on tho State and was advised to
send her at once to the Central Sta
tion as insane, or else keep her in
some safe place till the next morning
and bring her before the Commis
sioners of Lunacy. Tho woman was
stated to have some SCO in the care
of the purser. Later in the after
noon she was found on Howard
street by the Sergeant, where she had
been arrested by an officer and
taken, under Sergeant Henslew's ad
vice, to the South Station and book
ed as insane. She had no money
with her. S. F. Call, May 11th.
In an interview with Dr. II. Paitsh
of the Alameda he informs us that
the above statement is erroneous.
The woman in question is a Mrs.
KIIkMicIIi Sbntotij who Is nearly i
blind. Her li tub and is working on
n plantation nt lColinlu, Hawaii. He
sent her to tho Coast propcily pio
ldcd for. On board the steamer
she showed signs of being n little ,
cranky, as the doctor 6ays. Arriv
ing nt San Francisco, Dr. Parish
did everything ho could for her com
fort, even to the extent of being
Homothing out of pocket. lie finally
loft her in care of the Young Wo
men's Christian Association, who
promised him to find her friends in
San Francisco. She had $70 in her
possession, which wns turned over
to the Association, the Doctor still
holding the receipt for that amount.
To-morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock
the, grand fair at the, Kaumakapili
Church basement will be opened to
the public. It promises to be ono
of the finest ami largest fails ever
held in the city. The exhibition of
Hawaiian curios will be something
that no one should miss. There will
be such curios as are rarely seen.
His Majesty the King has taken the
greatest interest in the fair, and will
have on exhibition his collection of
Hawaiian ourip3 which is indeed a
rare one.' They wilf be exhibited in
a little place all to themselves, to
which nn extra admission feo will be
charged. Her Majesty Queen Ka
piolanl, and Their Royal Highnesses
the Princesses Lilitiokalani and Li
kelike will each have a table. Col.
C. II. Judd, His Majesty's Cham
berlain, is as busy as a bee to-day
over the arrangements for the fair.
Ice cream, coffee and cake will bo
served. Those who do not visit tho
fair will surely miss a treat.
The fourth Montague-Turner con
cert will be given this evening with
the following programme:
J Tito ConlcssaD,Anialu...Petrolla
Messrs. Kraft, Marques and Bcrgcr.
2. Duct for Piano March. . . .Schubert
Miss Castle and Mr. G. L. Babcock.
3. Ballad, (by request) Sing Sweet
Miss Annis Montague.
A. Song My Queen Blumenthal
Mr. Chas. Turner.
5. Duct How Dear To Me The Hour
Mrs. J. H. Paty and Mr. Chas. Turner.
C Grand Aria From Eiuanl... Verdi
Miss Annis Montague.
7. Song The Bunch of Violets
. Mrs. J. IT. Paty.
8. Overture .-..
Mr. II. Bergcra'nd Gentlemen Amntcuis.
9. Song The Last Watch Pinkiti
Mr. Chas. Turner.
Scene from 1st Act of
LUCREZIA BORGIAi i .
Luerezia Borgia Miss Montague
Geunaio Mr. Turner
HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCI ATIO N
Thejfollowing is the programme
o'f "exercises" for the anniversary
week, commencing next Sunday:
. Sunday, May 31, Annual Sermons
on Home Missions. By Rev. S. E.
Bishop, at Fort street Church, 7:30
p. m., and by Rev. J. Wniamau, at
'Kawaiahao Church, 7-r. m. ,
Monday, June 1, General Sab.
School Association, atj Kawaiahao
Church, 10 a. m., and 1 i jr.,
General Young People's Christian
Association, at Kaumakapili Church,
7 r. m.
Tuesday, Juno 2, Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association, at Kawaiahao
Church, 10 a. jr., and li jr. Meet
ing of tho Hawaiian Board, 7 i ji.
"Wednesday, June 3, Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, i a. ji.
Sabbath School Association, 1 p. jr.
Y. P. C. General Association, Kau
makapili Church 7 p. jr.
Thursday, June 4, Evangelical
Association, at Kawaiahao Church,
9 Af'jr, ' j (Annual reports of 'Treas
urer and Cor. Secretary).( 'Asoj at
l p. jr., Annual xca i'artyat .tort
street Church, 5 p. jr. Concert at
Kaumakapili Church, 7 p. jr.
FridaV, June 5, Annual Examin
ation of Kawaiahao Girls' School,
9 a. jr., nt the School House. Ex
hibition of Oahu Sabbath Schools at
Kaumakapili,- Church, 1Q ,a; ji.
Meeting "of th6 Hawaiian "Board,
7 p. jr.
Saturday, Juno G, Annual Ex
amination 'of the North' PaoiiuvMis
sjon Institute, at 9 a. ji., at Kawai
I'ahao Church. Rhetorical exercises
of the Students', nt Kawaiahao
Church, 7:30 p. jr. '
Sunday, June 7, Annual Sermon
on Foreign Missions at 7 :30 i jr.
by Rev. E. O. Oggel at Fort street
Church, and by Rev. II. II. Parker,
at Kaumakapili Church, 7 p. ji.
Pohlna took too much liquor, so
had to pay 80 for his wrong doing.
Ing Ping alias Ah Lam, was char
ged with perjury on March 3rd, and
remanded until tho 29th. Hy. Holi
was next brought up on a charge
of forgery, by signing Geo. Mark
ham's name on an order for liquor
fiom Dodri'fc Saloon. Mr. Kinney
appeared for the defendant. Mr.
Dodd and his barkeeper, Harry
Miller, were examined, and also
Geo. Markham, at considerable
length. No defense was offered and
the defendant was committed for
trial to the July term of the Supreme
Court. Win. Pnltm wns clmrpfed
with larceny of a melon valued at
lo cents, the property of Tuck
Chong. It appear) the hitter was
carrying a basket of melons nlong
tho street, when tho defendant took
one out and ran off with it. Tho
defendant was found guilty and' sen
tenced to impiisonnient nt hard
labor for ten days. Costs $1.30.
ELECTION 0F ENGINEERS.
Tho annual election of engineers
of the Honolulu Fire Department
for 1885-C will take place at the
room of Mechanic's Engine Company
No. 2, on Monday evening next,
June 1st. The polls will open at
7 o'clock and close at 9 o'clock.
Mr. Henry Smith is chairman of
election and Messrs. Jules Asch and
D. L. Ahphart tellers. The secic
tarics of tho different companies are
requested to hand in their lists of
membcis in good standing before
noon of Monday. It is quite likely
that the present incumbents will be
reelected. There is no opposition
td (hW Chief Engineer, tiuttwo tickets
are out for first and second assistant
FOR THE LADIES.
Ladies would do well to call (nt
Mrs. J. P. Bowcn'8 art needle work
establishment over Frank Gcrtzs
store, 103 Fort street. There may
be seen some excellent specimens of
her own work and that of her pupils,
in the way of lambrequins, table
scarfs, banners etc. The fin'est'sllk
is used and some of the flowers' look
as natural as life. Some specimens
of plasticj clay work show how
thoroughly Mrs. Bowcn understands
her work. Painting on silk is an
other branch taught .by hcf.! jj
Persons requiting extra copies of
any issue of the Daily Bulletin,
should send their orders to the office
not later than one o'clock of the
date required. Those desirous of
securing a file; before the 'suiling f a
mail steamer, can have sueli pre-i
served for them and done up in a
strong wrapper ready for address
ing, by leaving their names at'the
office at the ' earliest' date1 wanted,'
This intimation we find it necessary
to give, fidm the frequency with
which orders are received for papers
after the issues arc exhausted. A
file of daily papers sent to friends
abroad will give them a better idea
of life in this group than many
reams of paper consumed in letter
writing. , ENCOURACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mr. J. W. Hingley, former' pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
!No. 59 Iort street, and more ier
cently at No. 84, King street, is iiow
established at tho Central Paik Skat
ing Rink, where vtie keeps n line as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hingley1,
also, has re-commcnccd the manu
facture; of his fanjoua h,brarfdsj' of
cigars,-nt'liis residence! on Berotania
street, ,sccond door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
;Mr. Thomas E. "Wall! 'Orderelcft
at the Crystal Soda "Works, No. G95,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating1 Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1019 lm
The above celebrated
sfallion GEN. HAN
COOK will -stand for
the season, u Captain
'Cluuey's, comer Queen
and Punchbowb Streets. Charges, $40.
For pedigree and further particulars,
apply to CAPP. CLUNKY,
JUNK lltli, 1KH5.
NOTICE ' is hereby glven' that ull
parties wishing to have
. ' JL ' .J ' j.
RoivcNlmient , ft.n.itfM
at Kapiohint Part, on June llth,1885,
must apply without delay to the
20 Foot Section, 915.00.
J. Ei WISEMAN,
Per order Kaplolanl Park Association.
TY virtue of a Wilt
JL) issued out of tho Supreme
on tlie'-JTtu uay or April, a. u, icsa,
against Jane S. Reed, Administratrix of
tha Estate of W. II. Reed, deceased, de
fendant, in favor of M S. Grlnbnum &
Co., plulntitr, for the sum of $000.3!), I
have levied upon and shall oxposc for
sale at the Old Custom House Wharf, iu
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock
of FRIDAY, tho 29th day of May, A.D.
188(5, to thu highest bidder, nil tho right,
title and interest of tho Mild Jnuo 8.
Reed, AJmlnistrntrlx nfoiesaid, dufen
dant, iu nnd to the following pioperty,
unless said judgment, Interest, costs aud
my expenses be previously paid.
List of property for buIo; Steamer
'W. H. Ree'd' with all her tackle, ap.
parel and furniture.
JNO. 11. SOPER, Marshal.
Honolulu, April 28th, 1885. 1011 Id
Daily Bulletin "
Is for sab immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Moure. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant SI. t
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE A EDWArtDS', corner
King And Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOOItE'D, 134 Nuuanu Streets
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel SI.
Attorney at Law,
Successor to Smith & Thurston.
27 nq Merchant Street. lm
A BOY lo cniry newspaper on horse
back for the Honolulu News
Agency, enquire at
this office between
2 nnu i p.m.
FOR MAN and Wife, with nccommo
datlou lo cook foi themselves, or
board witli the
Apply at IS"
CHAS. HOYT'B Shceine
will be open on Mondav morulns.
He has sent down a good man. Inter
fering horses a specialty. 29 tf
Postponement of Fair.
TUB Fair in aid of Kaumakapili
Church is postponed from Thurs
day until Friday, the :29th lust., at 8 p.m.
Admission 25 cents. PER OHDElt.
TUL' place to buy .1. W. Hingley's
Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will be a depot foi these
fine Cigars, wholesale and retail.
101C tf .
EXPRESS, Truck, Carriage and Sad
dlo Horses. Double and tinglo
harness huggys nnd carriages, also ono
skeleton waeon. Apply to
' i:. It. MILES, Haw'n Hotel Stables.
"SITUATION W ANTED
A SALESMAN (whito), youne; but
experienced, who bpcaks English
and Hawaiian perfectly, wants a situa
tion. Country storo preferred. Best
references and testimonials given. Ad.
dross " Hawaiian Salesman," Bulletin
Ofilce. ' 23 lw
NOTICE is hcicby given that all ac
counts due tho Saratoga House
arc now transferred and made over to
Messrs, S. J. Levey & Co., and all
moneys duo must be paid to them, and
their receipt is sufficient-
Honolulu, May 11, 1885. 31 lw-
Roller Coaster for Sale.
DP. SMITH will receive bids up to
June 1st, for tho Holler Coaster.
Not bound to accept the, highest or any
b,ld. Same totbe removed from tho pre
mises to make room for enlarging the
Central Park Skating Ttink.
D. P. SMITH, Honolulu Post-Ofllce.
"pilli STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Xott, in Campbell's B16ek,
on Foit Street. Applv to
1.. A. THURSTON,
or 11. 1 HlM.INOIIAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1835. OSS tf
THE HOUSE nnd premises situated
In .Nuuanu Vnlloy, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel jiott. For
particuiais, apply to
. L. A. THURSTON,
3b Merchant St.
Honolulu. March 31, 1835. 983 tf
t i i
'H, WOODWORTtr, of "Honolulu,
and D. T. "Bailey, of Maui, have
'this' day formed a copartnership under
me urm name oi me urysiai noua
Works Co. E. H. WOODWORTH,
1010 3w D. T. BAILEY.
'TMIAT very dcsiralilc and convenient
1 Fanilr Residence on Bcrctania
Street, untfl lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, 'Esq., complete with out-nouses,
stablefe, gardens and pas'ture. Also, the
prCmses oci.uplcd at present a-, a Law
Office by John Russell, Esq , centrally
'located 'near1 the corner of Fort aud
Merchant Streets. For particulars, ap
ply cither, by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
, ', i , 24 tf ,
! i.' ' ;'i'i;-' ;":: I1 rl i tJ
M' RS. J. P. BOWEN, lato of New
York, has opened an Art Needle
Work and Dress-making establishment
over Frank Gcrtz'a boot and shoe store,
No. 103 Fort Street. Kensington. Arra
Bene, Ohcnilloand Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stumping and designing done in the
boat miuinqr at reasonable rales. 20 Sw
Corner Dorclanla & Punchhowl Streots.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of Doom, U open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
C2T of the week. t3a
Tuesday and Friday evenings, and Wed
nesday afternoon. Assiduous attention
paid lo tho comfort nnd plcasuio of all
Admission 25 cents, no other chnrg?.
C2T Just received, largo assortment of
Skates. Patrons will bo furnished
cither B & B Club or Snap Skates.
1010 3m I). P. SMITH, Proprietor.
M II. UARUKR Into maiiugcr of
Ihi AMor IIohfp, hcfiR ti annonuce
to his friends and tho public In gcnoral
Hint lie has purchased tho Hnratogn
IIoujo, nnd will to open on Sunday,
May 2 lib. First-class board by tho
week, month or transient, Special ac
conimodallon for ladles and families.
Ke.ullng Parlors open furgUcstnof thu
house. Tho coolest dining rooms In the
city. No Hies. 20 2m
Yosemite Sltalii it
Mall'nco with Music ovary Wednesday After
noon. May 29, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold and silver medals;
June 2, Wheelbarrow Race, gentlemen,
.Tunc 5, Grand Bon.Bori Party. 25 td
G. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale to'arrive per
Bark Amy Turner,
From Hoaton, due
.TUJL.Y- Iwt, 1885.
Franklin Stove Coal hi Casks,
ft bbls Crushed Sugar,
Cases Fracr's Ailo Grease,
do Hoc Handles,
Bbls No 1 Rosin,
bbls Wilraineton Tar,
Bales Navy Oakum,
Grindstones, Iron Safea,
Bbls Dairy Bait,
Bbls Cement, 1J and 2 in Ox Bowo,
Cases Axo and Pick Handler,
Bbls Ex Prime Pork,
Cumberland Coal in bulk,
Oak Lumber, White Wood Lumber,
Walnut .Lumber, Aslj Lumber,
Eastern White Pine Lumber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes,
Eloctric &. Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Ketchup and Cddflsh Balls,
Cases Clam Chowder.
Fish Chowder nnd Gherkins,
Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases Huckin's Tomato Soup,
Cases " Moek Turtle Soup,
Cases " Ox Tail Soup,
Buckets, Lime Wash Boards,
Cases Chairs, Cotton Wnste,
Cases Yellow'Mctal Sheathing,
Keg'a Yellow M. Sheathing Nails,
Bbls Twine, Bales,Duek,
Hido Poison, Linseed Oil,
Cases Brown Soap,
,14 bbls Mineral Paint,
Bonk Cases', Assorted,
Extension Top Carriages,
j Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Spda.
Crockery, , Glassware,
House Furnishing Goods,
AH marked down in order
clear out this immense stock.
1,G00 doz.FancyjDrQSS Buttons,
at 10 cts per dozen.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.75.
Popular Vocal Music, fl Sheets
for 10 Cents.
Lamps, in all
from 85. .10.
Ktc, Etc., Etc.