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SATURDAY, MA 211. l(i.
Bclir .M.tiimik.iuut f i om Koolan
Stinr Klimii fiom Windward Purl
Stint I.lkellke (itiui Knliillili
Stmt' Uivctt ft om l'alii
Htnir Kllitllni Mini fidin Wtmluai tl J'oi ts
St.i.t Wiilmanalii fiuin V..liimti:ilo
VcS3ElS LEAVING OM MONDAY.
SJtmr Llkeltkc fur Knlitilul
Stmr Dn sett forl'.i n
Sohr Mnuiiukaisal for Koolau
From JInul nml Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, Mhv 28 Q J Cmiipboll, J Q
Honplli, Mm A N Tiipp, Kev K M Ha
nuii!i, A Young, W Mullcr, Mrs D II
Nalilnu, mid 148 deck.
Fi om ICiitiulnl mid by-potts, per stmr
I.lkellke, Mny20-SW Knal. Mis It
Moore and child, W F Johnson. Mls-s
Clarke, Mia GW 11 King and child, J
M Alexander, A Hocking, Mrs P O
Sulllvau and child, li C Uuui, Hon II
KulticlJtil, t M Cooke nnd 03 deck.
From Ilamukun, per stmr Kllauea
Hon, May 29 Messis Morrison nnd
Overeiid and a deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Hull 7,031 sugar, 427 bags awn,
20 bags coffee, 17 pigs and 1 horse.
Scbr Manuokawal 800 sugar nnd 22
Stmr Dowsett 1,300 sugar.
Stmr Kllauea Hon 3,800 do.
Stmr Llkcllke 7,083 do.
The John D Spreckels .arrived at
Kahulul on the 27th Inst, 11J$ days from
San Francisco, with a caigo of general
merchandise HUd BO hogs, consigned to
A F Hopke.
The Kc Ail IIou returned this morn
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Strong trade winds nro reported at
Mn. J. Lyons will sell a sloop
auction, on Monday at noon.
Many persons aro already entered
as passcngcis to leave by tho Aus
tralia. . o
Tun purser of tho steamer Hall re
ports pleasant weather nnd lots of
The departure of the Australia has
been postponed till 4 o'clock of Tues
i Messhs. Emmot nnd Branscombe's
entertainments promise to be a series
The Bulletin is issued nt an un
usually early hour to-dny, because it
is Decoration Day.
Puiisek Farr of tho Kil.iuca IIou
reports continual rains during the
last trip of tho steamer.
Steamer Likelike brought n soven
ton roller from Spreckelsville thic
morning, for repairs at tho foundry.
Flaos were set at half-mast on
nenrly all the vessels in pent to-day,
in commemoration of the G. A. It.
A dancing school will be opened
nt the Yosemite rink next Thursday
evening, on which occasion it will be
for gentlemen only.
BACE9 nt Kapiolani Park nt 5
p. m. Races at the Yosemite rink
this evening. Races, races nil over
the world that is, human races.
At the Polynesian restaurant.
Boarder to waiter Is thero nny fish
left? Waiter Yes, sir, nil of it,
(aside) left with those who nto it.
At tho 9.30 o'clock sorvice at St.
Andorw's Cathedral to-morrow morn
ing, the surpliced choir of boys will
sing Tours ontire Communion service
Messrs. W. G. Irwin &. Co. have
invited tho Legislature to a reception
onboard the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s
S. S. Australia on Monday ev6ning at
A new fandangle of a merry-go-round
is to bo started on tho corner
of Queen nnd Richaid streets. Thoso
who claim to know something nbout
it, say that you float through the nir
Persons desirous of getting goods
from Boston by tho cheapest route,
viz. by way of Capo Horn, should
remember that tho Martha Davis
leaves thero for Honolulu some time
in July, nnd that it would be wise to
forward ordors by tho first mail, next
A youno nativo woman died on
board tho steamer W. G. Hull yester
day morning of hemorrhage of tho
lungs. She boarded tho steamer at
Kealakekuu Bay, for a visit to Hono
lulu. On the arrival of tho Bteamer
at this port tho remains were taken
chnrge of by her fiionds.
The schooner Munuokawni brought
187 bags of rico from tho new crop at
Punaluu Koolau. Wuiahole mill
atyer receiving n now water-wheel and
a general overhauling has commenc
ed cleaning tho now eiop. Chinamen,
nro building extensively ut Luie.
They havo sunk a well and are plant
- ing rice.
It is tho intention of Mrs. Joran,
accompanied by her talented daugh
ters, to visit Austiulia, leaving hero
on tho 15th of Juno, Prior to their
depnrturo their number will be i in
creased by the addition of a prima
donna, from the Coast, when it is in
tended to hold one or inoio concerts
The IJouseJioJd Gmudb were review
ed yesterday by His Majesty the
King, in tho Pul.ico eueluturo, in tlm
presence of the President and iiicm
Lorn of the legislature, who were pre-
trnni ly Invllntloii, I'lwu Hit I'nlncfi
thciu Wits an .adjournment to tlio
caltitlng battery ut lCakaako, for
niiilliiy praclici'. Thin ended, there
va a march buck to n gin ml lunu at
tho IliiirackK. The King and royi.1
family wiie unllniiat tioi.lly to.mtul.
Among the guiuul toasts- which fol
lowid, the preen was not forgotten.
Urothor C'reighton was on hand with
an able rqioin-e.
To-day l'robnor Aiulcifun given
his 11 mil pcifoimanee. A matinee
for ladies Und children in the after
noon, and a grand closing up of tin.
season this evening. New tricks and
astonishing illusions arc promised for
the evening. The ticket office is uou
open at Mr. Wiseman's, and tickett
can bo procured in advance.
Mlt. James M. Alexander will de
liver the annual sermon on Home
Missions, in bt half of the llawaiiai.
Hoard, ut Fort-street Church, to-nioi
row evening, at 7:P,0 o'clock. Tin
annual meeting of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical .Association will bo held
at Kuwaiahao Chuich on Tuesday,
at 10 a. M. Tho Sabbath School
Association will bo in session next
. .. . . . i
Mr. Henry F. Poor retires from the
Second Deputy Clerkship of tho
Supreme Couit to tako charge of tho
Postal Savings Bank, which will
shoitly be in bperation. Mr. Pool's
training and experience in the bank
ing house of Messrs. Bishop fc Co.,
combined with an obliging disposi
tion nnd suavity of manner, specially
qualify him for this new position.
Last evening and early this morn
ing there was quito nn excitement in
the neighborhood of tho Chinese
Theatre and at Leleo, caused by cat
tle that were being driven in tho
direction of Ewa. Tho animals were
very refractory, and gave those in
charge moro than they could do to
keep them straight. People on the
road had to seek refuge to avoid
A new lot of Boca draught beer nt
tho Commercial, 121cents per glass.
Just received per Australia n now
shipment of tho celebrated Boca
draught beer, for sale at the Com
mercial, 12; cents per glass. 41 3t.
PiCTUnE Frames it Cornices made
to order, old Frames repaired, regild
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Yum 1 Yum 1 Tho Choicest Cream
and Fancy Cnndics just opened at
the Elite Ice Cream Parlors I Try
some 1 39
A German has a littlo girl, about
10 yeius old, speaks English, for
whom he whiles u place in a icspeot
uhle family, where she can attond
school and be lit Ipful in the family.
Answer "Girl," Bulletin office. 40
West, Dow & Co. have receive!
ex "Australia" a largo assortment o)
Bedroom Seta and Bureaus, and Bu
reau Wushstunds, Tables, Towel
Hacks, separate from sets; nUo,
Chairs for old and young; Bedsteads
anil Baby Ciibs, Children's Itockert
Pillow Sham Holders, Lunch Bat
kuts, Hut Haukt, Easels, Brackets
.School Bags., Buteballs, Croquet Sett ,
Magic Pibtols, Dolls and llatllet
Harmonicas, Picture and Cornict
Mouldings, and Sheet Music, Musii
Books, Instruction Books, etc., etc.
MEMORIAL SERVICES THIS EVENING.
Tho conclusion of the Memorial
Services in tho Y. M. O. A. Hall this
evening, commencing at 7 :30, will be
partly literary und partly musical.
Tho literary part consists of an ad
dress of welcome by the Commander,
a reading, and three ten-minute ad
dresses. The music will be directed
by Professor Ynrndley, who will have
the support of the Misses Joran and
considerable local talent. Tho entire
service will bo interesting nnd in
structive. Following is the complete
1. Instrumental music.
2. Ritual of G. A. R.
(a) General Ordora.
(b) Address by Commander.
(c) Roll Call of Post.
(d) Roll Cull of the Deud.
(e) Suluto to the Dead.
3. Quurtetto, "Rest, Soldier, Rest."
4. Address of Welcome Com
mander R. W. Laino.
5. Music "My Country 'Tis of
0. Ten Minute Address His Ex
cellency G. W. Merrill.
7. Ton Minute Address V. V.
8. Instrumental Music Tho Misses
0. Reading Prof. Locke Richard
son. 10. Music "Memorial Hymn."
11. Ten Minute Address Consul
12. Music "Battle Hymn of tho
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Friday, May 28th.
Before Judd, 0. J.
In ro estate of Henry Beecroft
Jackson, deceased. The Court hours
motion of Theo, II. Davies nnd Thos.
R. Walker to modify ouler appoint
ing administrators, with tho will an
nexed. Order modifle'd accordingly
by omitting the nnino of Theo. II.
Davies, on account of his intended
uh.-uuuo from tho kluudoiii, und Titos.
R, Walker is the solo' administrator,
lllii Hi will MHiniiMl. Hfnii H, It
Dole for tho motion.
Y. Alan vs. John Wugner, trci"
pnst. '1 he Court heard deFcndanlV
motion for taxation of costs, and
allows tho sum of $12 to be taxed.
Ashforil & Athford for plaintiff, A.
Rosa for defendant.
In ic guurdiaiifhip of the minor
childien of John 1). Watson, de
ceased. Application of Daniel Wat
sou, the eldest sou, that lie bo up
pointed guardian. All of petitioner t
other brothers und sisters reriu the
appointment and suggest tho Court
to appoint Hon, W. C. Parko for the
benellt of all concerned. The Court,
after hearing petitioner's statement
in support of his application, und
being familiar with tho past quari cl
onic conduct of the elder bi others,
appointed W. C. l'aike as guuidiaii
under bond of $500. The minoi
children uio John, Henry, Roland,
George and Anna Watson, nil resi
dents of Knncohc, Koohuipoko. A.
Rosa for petitioner, Kinney & Peter
son for contestants.
In re estate of James Woods, de
ceased. Hearing on the executors'
second annual uccuunt. The account
and vouchers were previously refer
red to William Foster, Master, nnd
on tho 22nd inst. his report was filed.
Tho Court, on reading the report,
approved the account nnd confirmed
the Master's report thereon. The ex
ecutors charge themselves with $42,
199.97, and ask to be allowed the
sum of if 14,538.77. Kinney & Peter
son for tho executors.
In ro estate of Jason Perry, de
ceased. Tho Court examined the
first and second annual accounts
and vouchers of Mrs. A. A. Perry,
guardinn of children of deceased, nnd
npproved the same. The balanco of
cash on hand after payment of nil
expenses is $1,131.89. It is tho guur
dinn's intention to build another fire
proof store on the mnukn side of the
Perry Block on Nuuanu street. The
guardian appeared in person.
In ro guardianship of the minor
children of Frank Moltcno, deceased.
Hearing on the 13th account of Hon.
W. C. Parke, guardian. Tho account
and vouchers were referred to Henry
Smith, Master, who, on the 26th inst.,
filed his report. The accounts and
vouchers being correct, were appro
cd and the Master's report confirmed.
Tho guardian charges himself with
$13,749.00, nnd asks to bo allowed
$11,009.50; balance on hnnd, $2,740.
10. The guardian in person.
Bethel Union Church. Rev. TJ.
C. Oggel, pastor. Sei vices at the
Licetim, iiiiinmi avenue. Sunday
-eliool at 9:45 o'clock. Sen Ices, with
pie.i hlng, nt II o'clock. In the even
ing there will be a Union meeting with
the Fort--ttect congregation on behalf
of tho Foreign Mission cause.
Fort-street Church. Rev. J. A.
(Jiuz.iii. pastor. Meeting fur Bible
study at 0:45 a. m. Public worship at
11 a. M. In the evening the animal
sermon upon Homo Mission will be
pleached bv Rev. James Alexander.
This u 111 be a union service, under the
auspices of the Hawaii in Evangelical
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
congregaiiou. Holy communion. 0:30
a. m. Morning prayer with sermon.
0 :S0 a. m. Evensong with c.iteclictlc il
address by the BNhop of Honolulu ut G
I'. M. All seats are f i ce.
Second Congiegation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Moiiilug
firaycr with sermon, 11:15 A. m.; even
ng prayer, with sermon, 7:80 v. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. In the
Punahou Preparatory School building.
Seats freo at all services.
Saturday, May 29th.
The Hawaiian Legislative As
sembly opened at 10 A. m., the
President, Hon. J. S. Walker, in
the Chair. Prayer was offered by
the Chaplain, Rev. J. Waiamnu,
after which the roll-call showed the
following members present: Minis
ters Gibson, Kapena and Neumann ;
Nobles Walker, Macfarlanc and
Martin; Reps. Keau, Baker, Kaulii,
Brown, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Wight,
Nahalc, Nahinu, Knuhane, Kekoa,
Kalun, Aholo, Richardson, Castle,
Ditkey, Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole,
Kauai nnd Puloliau.
Secretary Pierce read the minutes
of previous meeting, which, being
repeated in Hawaiian by Interpreter
Wilcox, were confirmed.
Ron. Castle presented a sheaf of
petitions from Wailuku. 1st, That,
if it is necessary for the continuance
of the treaty with the United btates,
that a grant of Hawaiian territory
be made, this house will vote not to
have the treaty continued. Re
ferred to Committee on Foi eign Re
lations. 2nd, That this Assembly
will not authorize any lottery bill.
Referred to the Judiciary Commit
tee. 3rd, For 82,000 for a bridge
at Walhec, and $200 to increase tho
pay of nmll carrier between Wuiluku
and Wiiihoe. Refencd to the
Finance Committee. 4 ih, Foi an
appropriation for lights ut Wailu-e,
and another for enluigiug tho uutnt
housu ut Wuiluku. Referred to
Committee on Public Lands. .Ml),
Again&t n subsidy to nny foielgn
steamship (ompany. Itefcried to
Finance Cominilteo Otli, Tlmt the
inotfctinn of i lut Hawaiian (Jnvcrn-
I went my nol be extended to the
Pnitlli riMiu OH ni'MHIllt Of llif' (
jienie. Uoforird to Untnnilltoo pn
Foreign Relations. 7th, Protecting
ugain-,1 the Ministers making a bank
lor the benellt of the Japanese.
Rcfcned to the Finance Committee.
Rep. Ntiliule presented u petition
from North Kfinu, whicli he was
givm leave to read, that the hou-c
will not icpeiil the law relating to
the observance of the Salilmtli. On
motion of Hep. Kalua It was re
ferred to the Education Committee,
which has the Sund.y bill in hand.
R,p. Kulua pies nted a petition
from Kaiipo ami Kahlkinui, that an
English school he established nt
Kaujio. Referred to the Education
Committee. Also, a p'titiou fiom
W. P. Kuhale, for $12, being the
amount of taxes twice paid by him.
Referred to Finance Committee.
Also, a petition fiom North Kona,
which by leave he icid, to the cffict
that petitioners believed J. K. Nn
hule to have been duly elected ; that
strangers alleged to have voted for
him hnd In some cases voted for
Pilipo, his opponent, nnd that old
men whose names were kept off the
list hiil applied too late. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Nuhale remarked that he
had leccived a private letter, stating
that some of the persons whose
names were appended to the peti
tion against his election declared
they had not signed it.
Rep. Kaai presented a petition
fiom Haua, that a schoolhousc be
built nt Kipnhultt. Referred to tho
Education- Committee. Also, that
the law of 1882, giving the Govern
ment power to appoint District Ma
gistrates, be repealed and the ap
pointing power given to the Supreme
Court, and that witnesses in crimi
nal cases be paid. Referred to the
Rep. Knuhane presented a petition
from Kau, against a Hawaiian pro
tectorate over the Pacific Islands.
Referred to the Committee on For
eign Relations. Also, one against a
$10,000,000 loan bill, which, on
motion of Rep. Aholo, was laid on
the table to be considered with any
bill on the subject.
Minister Kapena moved the fol
lowing resolution, making appio
priate rematks thereon:
Whereas to-day is observed as
Decoration Day by the people of the
United States and the American resi
dents of this city, as an amiivcrsaiy
eommemoiativc of those who fell in
tho last civil war in the United
Therefore be it resolved, that out
of respect to the memory of the
patiiotic dead of that nation, who is
our Neighbor ami Friend, we the
Representatives of tho Hawaiian
People in the Hnwuiian Legislature
assembled, do vote to adjoin n for
the day until Monday nt 10 o'clock,
l'assed with an amendment by
Minister Neumann that adjournment
lake place at 12 o'clock.
Rep. Thurston moved the follow
ing resolution, which, alter iUscuh- l
siou by the mover und Minister Gib
Whereas, ceitnin voters residing
on the Island of Lanai have charged
and now charge that the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, His Ev. W. M.,
Gibson, prior to the late electi n,
made or caused to be made, pro
mises to tho voters of Lauiii that if
they would ote as desired by him
they would be allowed to pisluic
their horses on the lands of the said
Minister for two years freo of pas
ture nnd threatened or caused to be
threatened the said voters that if
they did not vote in such manner
they should bo ejected from such
Island of Lanai and deprived of the
rights of kunainas on such Island,
And Whereas five of the voters
residing on said Island, in the exer
cise of their constitutional rights,
refused to vote the ballot which
they were directed to and voted for
the representatives of their choice,
And Whereas the chaigo is mnde
that in pursuance of said threat nnd
since said election, the said Minister
has forbidden or caused to bo for
bidden the said five voters to get fish
from the konohiki lands under pain
of arrest and prosecution, and has
otherwise illegally oppressed the
said voters by reason of their voting
And Wheieas the said five voters
and their families are in (a state of
distress and are deprived of the
necessaries of life by reason of
such action :
And Whereas, if the said inform
ation and charges are true, such
state of facts is a disgrace to this
nation and unfit the said Minister to
hold his present high olllce:
Resolved, that a select committee
of five he appointed bv the President
of the Assembly to investigate the
said charges, to take evidence upon
the same,, and report to this house
concerning the same.
Rep. Thurston moved Iho follow
ing resolution, suppoiting it in a
speech, but the hour of adjournment
arrived before action was taken
Whereas, by resolution of this
Assembly, it has been resolved that
it is the sen-io of this liouso that the
Hon. L. A. Tliiiihtnn has gio-l
itiHiilted the Minister of Finance
nml the other Cabinet Miui"tois, mid
that it is tin sense of this lion-o
that the offending member make an
apology to this house,
Resolved, thut tho wild L. A,
Thurston bo funiMied with n speei
fliutton of tho woids or acts which
tho Afl't'inbly consilient u gio8 in
sult, in order (hat ho mav be i'i-'
funned of whut ho Is to apologise
i for, '
ARRIVE lUUCMCt DBflrtfiMC M
At Ha 1 1, mi tiu '.'.(li,
Ctlury, IliiiM'hidlsli Hun, Sicily Lull
our, Jt .11 Um.er. Also,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
U.ouk O till h Nv." YoikChtCdC,
utiU u lniyc usurtti.eut of
Groceries and Provisions.
FUU SALE 011KAP liY
XI. MAY &; CO.
Haw'tiCiiiniigrMiiiif'tiCo., $ on nO
E. O. Hill A son. ' (e r, 100
lllter.Nlriinl .. N. Co., (dM 10.)
Ili-ll Telclimc, (3 3.) lo
Hnw'n Agricultural Co., 100 100
W lldcr's Stt.itn-lili Co., (i(l00 100
O ilrewer & Co., It 0 100
Wuoillawn Daliy, M 101
alliikti Suur Co., !) 100
Wulmanulo, l.r 100
Star Mill, I.Ti ftOO
Reciprocity Sugar Cn, fcO 100
L. A THURSTON, Stock Urokei.
3s Vrrnlinnt hlro"t 1.11 ly
The White House,
No. 118Nuuatiu strtel,
Nicely FurninliL'd Koomn,
with or without board.
331 ly MRS. JOS. VIERRA.
1 HEREBY respectfully notify tar
ft loads and tlio public in general,
that I have remtnert mv business to the
Hawaiian Carriage Munttfucluring Co,
where I can bu found to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a con.
ti mi a nee of their patronage, nnd thank,
ing the public for past favors,
I am, most sincerely ourg,
E. G. bCIlUMAN.
Honolulu, April 211. 1W. HI a Itn
Base Ball Books, &c.
HhpcHuIIG idusfu 1-8'!,
I'litilni; Hules of iho iSiuional League,
rt of ailing mil Bne Running,
Art of T'iichlngnnd Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
F.irbiilual T . THRUSTS.
.ItiKl n-ceiicd per recent aniviiU, nn ex.
t client in- itinuui of tlit l Let'tr, Cap,
Ih in), Me.tium nml Fo In Hnit fur
'ilimK lomm. oi blank luukuurk M-o,
IVificli n Linen ami M.irctts Wind'h
(ilulu llnisli folio. AUo,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
Hiipenui to 'iiiiiiml a (liuieiu fm pen
ii k it pilming, at d nmuli a katlier
Ar Siatluueiy unit III mciy orders
I iiuilully atieiidi.il to at
T. O. TlIltUM'N.
::tft lm UlG Fori strccl.
ex brig CoiibiKlo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
6 Piano box Buggies, Full Leather Tops,
5 Piano box Sldo bar, Loalher Top, Quaker
2 Lcathcr-top Blips,
3 Thioioia, I.eailurtup, Quuker City.
To be sold immediately a
Auctioneer nnd Coin. Merchant.
St'in Candy Factory
71 1IOTK1, ST., lutween
Niiiimiu ami roit bt-.
Hiik ulwathoii hiiiiil II e laijjc-t Stock
nf i niiiilirt mil I'lnln in d I ain , (.uar.
uiiieid to i.l bTi.lCTI l'Ut E,
VliolwttI; and KttLtiil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
if a Twenty Yean,' llepntntlnn, nil
Slzer always on hand, ornamental
in any 8le.
Pastries of All Duniption Made to
Order at Short Notice.
I u ! nml
t'rr I. ever Pa'
"i . i t i i r,i,
'IBvlivlLylvL I liyyiBJWmlikU a a
Big Bill on
The Great Wizard of the North.
Tho Skeletons AJAX nnd IDID, on this night only, in their
DEATH DANCE AT HAIDER.
The Spirit of the lovely ELAINE nppcars nnd dUnnpcnr- In pnce 'I he
sleep of the .
ic Nautcli Girl In thin
Mndnme Anderson nt the
LAST NIGHT BUT ONE
of Profeuor Anderson, l'opnlur mices tJciu nt W'i miin'
ALDEN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Are now piepnrud 'o fun 1 h in qunti'llle t Milt ; ur h.t era
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed' In oultnHo i oiituiiiert) for tiiinhiiim lit lict.wen ilie Is nndn mil for
foreign shipment. Special uler will bv itxiiied .mil nel.etl its mii.s ijIh ic.
I he Agents liovo ronsiuntly on hand n hTO K of ihh OcI.EUU.VI'ED AHTI.
CLE, nnd will bo pliiietd to liirnlsli couiime ltn pamphltls Kiiiluiiung iliric
litiiih filr u-e.
O.dera can be sent to
WM. C. SRWlfti &c Co.
New Goods, Just Received!
Sht'ir lliirdwitre, Lucks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A fi II III e of Aiite Wnic, Hhiimi F iinNhini: 'InoiU, V. ih it .lewi tt r Ut fiierm.
torr, Wilier t illiio and ( nle .- It o lit-tf. Wi le .Mmininin le, On- in Imzpis,
nuw pullern, l.a-y l.i un 11 nveit, Iji oi 51u t, Gniiu n ui.it i uii.it I iiunv, ,Uo,
Hoe, I'll k und Kink Dainties, h
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskui;-, 1'owilur, Shot nml Cipx,
Fon i e W ire .mil 1 1 li, JI nil i and Sis '1 It ;n
The latest ni.vcllies In Lini) jrnods. Hie ly II i nn i ico I I u'nid Ki 10 ne Oil,
Btrry Hios Furniture Va hIbIi I'm .-Jl-a loimt unit t ures In
Tie Facie Hardware Cent, Limited
Blacksmith Work; . -rj Cavrinc Jiuilding:,
Painting and (g)' Triinniinjjr,
79 & 81 Kins Street, - - Oil Rose Premises,
EntruncvN lVom ICiuf; und Ioruliaiit Xn.
Every description of work In the above lints pei'ormcd in a lli,l i In- imimier.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tW nillTeli-pliono, 107.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alckeo Streets.
INev Goodw, .lust UctMMvcd,
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General AssoHment of Staple und Fancy Giccciies.
All orders receive tareful attention and piompt dellM-ry.
X. O. Box 37. Xelopliouo UO.
P. 0 BOX 315.
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