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SATURDAY, OCT. 30. 188(5. .
Htnir Klnnti from Windward Port
Stmr I.Ikollku from Kiihuliil
Stun- Mokolll fioni Moloknl
Sclir Maim from ltononiu
Sclir Catcilna from Wnlmiinalo
Sehr Knulkenoull for ICohnla
Stmr Wniiiiaiinlo for Wnluinnnlo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for Windward Poits und
the Volcano at 4 l M.
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Sclir Maim for Hoiiotint
Sclir Wnloll for Kuan
From Windward Torts, per steamer
Klnau, October 30 Mis H M Whitney,
Mrs Win Foster, Mrs S Maccy and
child, .T K llenton, J. J Mytnger.H
llcrircr, .T B Grant, Mis Akl, Miss Alice
Saffiev, Ah I.eoiig. U K Hitchcock,
MUs ft Tiuton, J K Wind and 00 deck.
From Kabiilul and way poits, per
Pteamer Llkellke. October :!0 A Irvine,
Mrs Frank 1 HnMhigs, Miss Itoe
Makee, Mrs George Washington Smith,
J T Alull, wife and child, Mrs Sheldon.
WTlthodes, wife and child, Brother
Bertiam, Miss Lyons, O Armstrong and
50 deck. , , , .,
For San Francisco, per bimantinc
Oimis Spreckels, October III Dr OS
Trlnimcr and wife, .7 dc Souvetia, Jr,
A Wessels and Mrs W I.idgnte.
CARCOlfs FROM ISLAND" PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 1,2!5 hugs of sugar,-28
bags of ginger loot, 00 bags of
spuds, :!0 bags of corn, -15 hides
nnd CO pkgs of sundries.
Stmr Mokolll 120 bags of sugar, 37
hales of wool, M sheep, I hoise aud
Stinr Llkellke G01 bags of .-ugar.
The barkcntlne DUeovery, Lee mas
ter, arrived at Mahukoua last Thursday
after a rough passage of 10 days. JIiiv-
ln dUehaiged a portion of her cargo at
Mahukoua. She was to bail for Hono
lulu to-day and may be expected here
The Klnau sails on Monday at 4 v. m.,
the Mokolii on the tame day at " r. M.,
and the Llkellke on Tuesday at 5 r. m.,
on their respective route-..
Tho brigantiue Clans Spreckels sails
to-morrow for San Fiiincico, with
".132 hags of lice, 40 bbls of molasses
and 5 empty tanks. Value, 83,932.50.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Hope, Fonhallow
Bk Star of Devon, Lovell
Bk Calbnrlcn, Perkins
Bgtne ClaiH Spieekels, Diew
Bktne O C Perkins, Ackerman
Gcr bark P.iellle, Oltman
Biit bk Ironcrag, Jones
American bark Saranae, from New
York, sailed.Tuly 13th, due here Nov. 18
30. to Castle Jc Cooke.
Bilt barkWH Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here Octobei
2Gth-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
tailed from Boston August "ill, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengnber, Kolleston, from
Llveipool, due lieie, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 9, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port BLikoly, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
L0GAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Geo. Beckley reports pleasant
weather to Windwaid.
The clearing out sale of the Temple
of Fashion will commence on Mon
day. The sailing of the Claus Spreckels
has been further .postponed until 9
o'clock to-morrow morning.
A mni: of tho now largo mains
liasj been placed on School street,
from Eninia street to Fort street.
In tho window of the photograph
gallery of J. A. Gonsalves, is a very
iino pictiue of Napoleon I is on exhi
bition. . '
A Lr.rrKK from tho Volcano Houbo
Bays that on Oct. 25 the lava broke
out on tho east tide of Jlalemauinaii
and flowed lively.
Tub usual temperaneo meeting, in
charge of the committee on temper
ance of tho Y. M. C. A. will bu held
in Fowler's yard this evening, at 7 :30
The Hawaiian Hotel Btables have
' covered all their carriage horses with
horse-nettings of led, white and hluo
colors, that they might ho readily
I. J. Aginton is expected to airivo
ly the steamer to-day, and if time
penults, ho will give an exhibition of
ukating at tho Yo&eniito link. Music
by tho hand.
SixmirrAitY Fuller will ho out to
take charge of his Uiblo class to-mor-jow
morning at 0:15 in tho Y. M. C.
A. parlor. Young men and Htrangeio
uro coulially invited.
A iioitsi:, free of harness, ran up
Fort hticut tins morning, followed by
u crowd of native in chins, frantically
veiling "hoa." Tho animal appealed
neai-sighled, as it nearly ran into
every team on tho road.
i m i
Tin: Pacific Ti.uiBfor Co, are now
running one of the finest drays that
over traveled tho sheets of Honolulu.
Thu dray was made by tho Hawaiian
Cui lingo' lUanufaotoiy Co., and thoy
have ronton to ho pjoud of it. Tho
wheels, body, goho-neekr in fact all
fliirts of the wagon bbow fiiM class
Six wagons each, about 27 feet
long by B feet wide, mo being mado
rtLiSwCjs u,.. A. . -, -'fcf,tj t'l.'fMh"itffcatiittv ' , - r-., ' - -- 4g-
by Ihc Hawaiian Carrirtgo Manufac
turing Co., for the historical proces
sion tn be given dining tho jubilee
festivities. One of the wagons, it is
said, will ciury u 10 feet barge,
another, one !15 feet long. A ckull HO
feel long will bo wheeled on the thiid
wanon, and tho other three vehicles
will carry canoes, each about -10 foot
long. Oiii' of the canoes will have a
On the ai rival of the steamer from
the Coast, now due, fresh tlsh, fiuit,
and vegetables will be- procurable by
those who apply early. Messrs. Lewib
it Co. may be expected to be to the
front in these lines.
Captain Luce lias changed his
place of lesidcnce fioni King stieet,
out on the plains, to a two-stoiy
building near the corner of Punch
bowl street and Palace Walk. Captain
Luce had lesidcd in the old i evidence
just vacated for a period of 28 years,
and it in natuial lo niipposo that
leaving it was like turning body and
ALL SAINTS AND ALL SOULS DAYS.
Next Monday, November 1st,
being tho Day of All Saints, will be
observed by the He-man Catholic
Church as u great holiday of obliga
tion. High Pontifical Mass at 10
a. si.,. besides the usual low masses
of 0 and 7, followed by baptism.
Confirmation at 3 t si. Tuesday,
November 2nd, is the Day of the
Commemoration of All Souls. Low
masses at G and 7 a. si. High
Mass, dp requiem, at 9. All masses
offered for the relief of nil the souls
of the dead detained in Purgatory
for the expiration of their sins.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 744 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Soper's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s). Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Buli.ktin Ollice. The price
A NEW BANANA BOAT.
Mr. Dower, ship-carpenter, is
building a scow, back of the Enter
prise mill, for Mr. Mark Robinson.
This scow will be GO feet long, 1C
feet wide, 2 feet depth of hold, 20
tons measurement, and not more
than G inches draft. She will be pro
pelled by a stern paddle wheel which
will be worked by steam power.
The scow is being built exclusively
for the Ewa banana trade. She
will run, on the inside of the reef,
at high tide, to the T3wa lagoons,
where she will load bananas. Mr.
Robinson says that the schooners
and sloops that carry bananas fre
quently bruised and otherwise dam
age the fruit. He further claims
that by having a largo vessel, the
bananas will be handled less and
the damages comparatively small.
Last night's billiard match be
tween Mr. McCIeery and Mr. Saylor,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, began shortly
after eight and lasted until past
eleven. Great interest centered in
the game, and most of the specta
tors, of whom the room was full,
remained until the close. Every
thing was orderly and well conduct
ed. The game consisted of 500
points, under balk line rules. Mc
CIeery was victor. Following is tho
McCIeery M, 211, 3, G, 1, 0, 1,
0, 3, 5, 3, 1, 2, 10, 2, C, 33, 1, 29,
21, 1, 4, 0, 2, 0, 3, 10, 1, 0, 2, 0,
17, 0, 3, C, 4, 20, 2, 1, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0,
8, 3, 2, 2, 52500.
Saylor 3, 0, 25, 1, 1,3, C, 10,
31, 13, 3G, 1, 14, 1G, 7, 4, 81, 8, 0,
48, 0, C, 2, 4, 1, 11, 57, 10,3, 11,
0, 3, 0, 10, 5, 1, 1, 0, 0, 2, 21, 0,
7, 0, 15, 0, 1, 0435.
A HISTORICAL EVENT.
COItNEK bTONK OF THE SAILOIt'8 1IOMK
About noon to-day word was
passed round that the operations
of the workmen engaged in
removing the Sailors' Homo
building would reach the interesting
point nt 1 o'clock p. ji., of removing
the corner stone. At that hour, a
considerable crowd began to gather
about the corner of Merchant nnd
Bethel streets. Shortly after, Mr.
Lucas, with some of bis workmen,
arrived with the necessary imple
ments for removing the-stone, which
was a well sqimred block of free
stone, on the south corner of tho
foundation. The workmen proceeded
to chisel out the corneal fioni the
lower edges pt the stone, aftor
which it was turned over. Loosely
but neatly bedded in thu stone im
mediately beneath, was a copper
box measuring 10 x (il x 5 A inches.
The box wus closely soldered. It was
taken in charge by Mr. Schaefer,
Scretary of the Hoard of Trustees.
A clamour of voices was raised to
open the box. Mr. Schaefer, Mr.
V. C. Jones and Mr. "W. "N Hall
being tho only Trustees present,
they determined to await the orders
of the Hoard. The box will probab
ly bo unsealed on Monday.
Standing close abreast in the
front line of tho large ciowd of
spectators, were four citizens who
had stood on about the same spot on
the occasion when thu btono was
laid, Honorable J, J. Dowsett, Mr.
A. J. Cnrtwrlght, Mr. Horace Q.
Crabbc, and Mr. W. W. Hall.
The stone was laid by Kanieha
nieha the Fourth, on tho tflat July,
An account of tho ccrcmonica on
Unit day and the list of contents
of the exhumed
copy more space
our disposal, at
day, but will be
box Mould oc
than remains at
this hour of the
given in a future
Before Preston J Court
at 10 o'clock.
The King vs. Alin, Perjury, 2nd
degree. The Attorney-General de
clines to present indiement. Order
ed that defendant be discharged.
A. Hosa for the Crown ; Jona Aus
tin for defendant.
The King vs. I. B. Peterson, em
bezzlement. The Attorney-General
declined to present an indictment.
Mr. Peterson has been in custody
under wnrrant'of tlte Police Justice
Since last July. Ordered lo be dis
charged. It was ordered that all matters on
the calendar for the Icim, not other
wise disposed of, stand continued
till the next January term.
At 10:45, the court adjourned
FmuAY, Oct. 2!)th.
Drunkenness ; Sam Gaudal, SG.
Assault and battery4, Win. Allen,
repiimandcd and discharged.
Heedless and furious riding ; Keo, .
Disorderly conduct ; Nahuina,
81.40 costs and 48 hours hard la
bor. Affray: Sun You and Kihikihi,
Embezzlement; J. B. Peterson,
remanded from time to time, since
July 8th, charge withdrawn.
Satuiiday, Oct. 30th.
Drunkenness ; D. Malo, Kcliiuapa,
Kckino, "Welcka, Annie (w.) and
Lan Un, SG each.
Disorderly conduct; Kikilii, costs,
83.30 and hard labor 48 hours.
Insanity; Geo. Bowman, commit
ted to Insane Asylum.
A DOC'S DEVOTION.
On the morning of which I speak,
the whole cavalcade, hunteis,
horses, baggnge-wagons, .bervants,
and many packs of hounds, were
gathered together in our yard,
awaiting the signal for starting.
Horns were sounding, dogs were
baying, guns were clattering, eager
hunters were laughing and Unking,
and a general excitement was over
all the establishment. Fritz's spirit
were extremely high. He sprang
up a dozen times and kissed his
master's rkling horse, brought his
master his whip and boots, and
seemed fairly beside himself with
joy. But Fritz was not to be of the
hunting party. On the mountains
he was out of his element, and only
marred the spot; so he was to be
left at home. But his master could
not bear to tell him this, and deter
mined not to start with the party,
but make a detour and slip away
unperceived. Consequently he had
his horse led round to the front gate
of the house, intending to mount
there, but Fritz was so alert and vi
ligant that it was impossible to elude
his watchfulness. So .his master
took him aside, and said in a low
but impressive tone of voice:
"Fritz, j-ou are not to go with me."
If the dog had been shot I think he
could scarcely have fallen to the
ground more suddenly, as if depriv
ed of life. It was at the end of the
long hall, that commanded the front
door and front gate, where the dog
had dropped. His master patted
him affectionatley, passed on and
mounted his horse, but Fritz no
more moved than if ho were dead.
His master called to him: "Good
by, Fiitz," hut lie lay motionless.
The household gathered about him
and tried to comfort him.
"Look up Fritz!" I said, "See!
your mnster is speaking to you."
But ho buried his face between his
paws and seemed not to hear.
When some one said, "Papa is
gone, a low moan, burst from the
dog, and Ibis finally became a sob
bing cry, which did not cease until
after midday. It was one of the
most piteous sounds I ever heard.
We Boethed and caressed him, and
brought him delicacies we knew ho
liked ; but ho was dead to 'our com
fortlngs, and refused all food, until
as night drew on, wo began to grow
a little superstitious lest tho dog's
grief should presage some harm to
the master. The next day, how
ever, he grew more reconciled, but
only recovered his spirits upon tho
return of his master, whom he was
ready to devour with joy. Youth's
MASONIC EMBLEMS IN AN ANCIENT
Free Masons will bo glad to hear
of tho discovery in Egypt, by Prof.
Maspero, of a tomb quite untouched
by the defiling and pilfering Arab,
in which a square, a mason's leveler,
compasses and other tools have been
found beside a mummy. The dead
man was an architect, builder and
carver of inscriptions, having con
trol of one-quarter of the cemetery
at Thebes. The topib was very
coinfoitably furnished with a linen
chest, painted jars, statuettes, and
other articles of use or luxury, and
contained two sledges for tho trans
port of mummies and sarcophagi.
. it . t-Wiih-m'$ a .n ii.'ff-l4
Tho Statue of Liberty Is now com
plete as far as the hips, and the
inner of iron which is to carry the
head and laised right arm is in posi
tion. The late Salon exposed paintings
by 1)1 Americans, 51 Uclgians, 30
Italians, 2!) Swiss, 38 Austrians and
Hungarians, 25 Englishmen, 22
Swedes, 10 Germans, 18 Spaniards,
17 Hollanders and 13 Russians. Of
Scotchmen, Danes, Pemvians and
Chileans, there were G each; of
Norwegians, 5 ; Flnliinders, 4 ; Por
tuguese, Irishmen, Roumanians aud
Canadians, 2 each. There were
further represented Australia, Colom
bia, California, the Philippines,
Uruguny, Brazil and Egypt.
Boman Catholic Oatiikukal.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 4 :
Kavaiaiiao Cituitcn. Kcv. II. 11.
P.ukcr, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at "11 A. si., and
Young people's meeting at 7:!!0 i si.
Kausiakaimli Ciiuncii. liev.
Walamau, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 A. st. Pleaching at 10:30 A. si.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class hi the pallor at 9:45 a. si., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gospel
praUe sen too at 0:30 t ii. Come aud
bring a friend.
CniNi'.sK Ciiuitcu. Fort street, near
corner lieietaula. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
9:30 A. .si. Chinese and Fngllsh Sun
day School, 2:30 l. si. Pleaching 11
A. si. and 7:30 v. si. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall. 0:30 l. si.
Bimir.i. Union Conhuiujation.
Bov. K. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Nuuauti avenue, at 11 A.
si. and 7:30 l'. si. Subject at the morn
ing service, "The Eighth Command
ment; ' at the evening serviee, "I be
Gift of Manna.'' Sunday school at 0 : 15
a. si. A Bible Class has beenoiganied,
and will he conducted by Mrs S. 10.
Bishop. All are Invited to these ser
vices. FOKl-bTKKKT Ciiuitcu. Bev. J. A.
Cru.au, pa-tor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0 : 15 a. si. Services at 11 a. si.
and7:30i ji. In the evening Pastor
Cruzaii will preach the llfth of a series
of hiief serinous on the jrreat, primal
tiuths of the Christian religion. Seats
St. Andiiiiw's Catiikdiiai.. First
Congregation. .Service conducted by
the Ill-hop of Honolulu. Holy Com
munion, at G:!'.0 a. -M. Morning prayer,
with sermon, at !i::50 a. m. Sunday
school at 10:45 a. ji. Hawaiian even
Ming at. y;!J0; IhiglKb evenbong at C
l'. M. All seats aiefiee.
Seeond Congregation. Kcv. George
"NVnllaee, A. M., pastor elect. Com
munion with -einioii, 11:15 a. m.;
evening prayer, with sermon. 7:30 v. ji.
Sunday -ehool meet at 10 A. 51. hi the
Puliation Piepaiatoiv School building.
Seats lice at all seniee.
Dn. Flint's Hi:aut Hkmkdy is a
Specific for all founs of Heart Dis-ea.-o
and nlso for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciiculatiou. Dcbciiptive book
with every bottle. Beiibon Smith tic
Co., AgunU 351
ICE CREAM "f the I'urci aud Rich-e-i
quality from one tnmrl to any
quantity ijiwiinls aro ddiverul packed
in ice, trom 11 o'clock a.m. to (1 o'clock
r M , free of uhnruu to any part in Hono
lulu ami 1-uburln by the Pioneer tileum
dimly Factory nnd ll.ikeiy.
5.00 ONLY i ihu piicu
tip lor Two U.ill'ins of any
rich and always fresh miulu Steam Ico
Crcun. giiurau'i'uil 10 be nhsoluli-h' pure
ornopiyut ibe Pioneer Sieun Candy
Factory. Bi.keivnmi lee Cream lioonis.
Practical Conlectlonei mid Orna
incnter, Hotel 8t., Rut. Fort & Nuunnu
t-H. Hawaiian anil Hull Telephones,
No. 74. 40 tf
PicTiim: Fiaincs and Coinices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. Kine; Rios'. Ait Store.
Patkonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. V. llingluy, Cigar
JManufacttuor, nt tho Crystal Soda
AVorkt., whcrolic is prepared to lill all
orders at the lowent pot-Mblo whole
sale piiees. Ihlniid ordcis solicited
and pinmptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealois is lespectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieoiiMi is ii-quired" to
tell these cigars. Do not forget the
naino J. "W. Hingloy, nor tjio place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel stieet.
A SUPERIOR FAMILY
Cow. For pnritcuhm en
quire at this Ofllce. 05 tf
'I WO CO IT AGES, COR
ner Nuunnu and School Sts.
Alto 0'in (!ottuK: In Adams
Apply to H
Hiiw'nCiiiriiiL'uManf'gOo., g III) 100
E. O. Hull it rou,mtw ibnuu)
it 100 100
(A 87 00
O. lirewer & Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity riugai Co.,
Inter-Inland S. N.fCo., 105
L. A. THURSTON, fitock llrokei
OS Mornbant Htreel. Ifil lv
Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty CunlB a Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOUAN, Propilelor, ly
Mer-Islaiifl S. I. Co.,
TUe Best 3R?oia.t:e
to the World II noi il
Volcano of (ilauea
The new and UnunUi
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu ai 10 o'clock a.m. on
FBI DAY, Xovunber Ctli.
The Mcnincr iisiim along the nitne
coast of thu h'cwiirit sblc of llnwdl, al.
fording tourists a panorama of clmrin.
lug scenery, and will stop nt Kenlake.
Una Hay, where sulllalent time Is nllow.
I'd to visit ilie Monument of Captain
Tourists by ibis mule reach I'unalmi
nt 5 o'clock on the day afler leaing
Honolulu, being only one night on tho
vessel, making the cntiio passage in
smooth water. At I'unalmi there is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fioni there tourists v 111 be conveyed
by rallioad to l'nlir.lii, thence ly stugo
co.icli to llull.wny llnue, whore horses
anil mi ides will be in ntlcndaucu to con
voy them to the Vob ano.
Tourists will liao two nights and one
whole day al ihu Volcano House.
Tickets for the rouud trip, $50, which
includes nil expenses.
Apply to IIAHKY AUMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photogiapli Gallery,
Pot t strict, or al the olllco ot the 1. I S.
N. Co., Esplanade. I'.'OUm
Crystal Soda foils
Ginger Ale, Cream
Lemon Sola, Lemonade. Hartaparilla
Fruit Sjiups anil E toneu- and
miulefioiu the puie Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to bo thu be-t.
I" We also invite parties intending;
stiirtii.g ktoies loi the bale of iei.il
drinks and wishing Inuuiniii supplies,
to call on Uh before going chiwhuii'..
The Crystal Sola Works,
P.O. Ho. R97, Honobilu.
II. IIACKFELT) & Co.
Having cecuicd thu Servko"of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo.aro prepared to execute all
House ox Sig-ii
HONOLULU PLANING .MILLS.
No,;ilH Ninumii t-.troof,
Iljliolulll, 11. I.
Private Family Iloiel; Tuinm Reason
nble; First-clas Aci'innuioilntlnus.
STEAM GAUDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Prnctieal Confectioner,
Pni-try Cook ami linker.
71 Hotel St. -XSflir Telephone 74
No. 10 Nuunnu fctiect.
NO. Uii JfOJlT KruiaiS'X'.
Coiibtnml. on Juiuil u lnrgo nbsoitmuut
of every descrlptb nof Jewelry, Wntehes,
Gold and Silvei Philuil Wine. kc.
0l i 11 etmnker
Opposite liiterr.iilional Hotel,
Canes and 7alking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
ranketf, Cornices), Curtain Ceiled, Ac'
unulu ol thu latest tle.slus.
- - -Ji. J
SPECIAL NOTICE I
Our Entire Stock must be sold out by December 1st, 1886.
Goods will be marked down at C'oBt.
The Sale will commence Monday Nov, 1st
&ranfl Closing Sale of
Gent's, lioys', Youths and Children's Clothing, at Cost.
Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Cost.
Dry Goods, Dry Goods, Dry Goods, tit Cost.
Fancy Goods, Fancy, Goods, Fancy Goods, at Cost.
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Underwear at Cost.
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, at Cost.
Trunlvs, Aralises, Satchels, etc., at Cost.
"We also beg to state, that in connection vvith our Clos
ing Out. Stile, wu shall have AUCTION SALES EVERY
SATURDAY 1ST1G11T, up to the 31st of December. We
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAINS
-we guarantee. Goods Sold for Cash Only.
Nob. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME
Jinest Custom JM le
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
hvux brought to Ihoe Islands mid ulticli we will M-ll.ut the following
1(0 Uoen Hoys' Wool Suits, per suit.
Men' Fine lit siness Snitt, per suit 5 00
" A II. Wool ' Ktra vidiit..pirsiilt 'J (HI
" E. Fine Hhit-kDiev. " ' " ' " IB 00
' Working Pants, per pdr J 00
Alto uu Ex"rn Fine Li e of Men 'a mid Boy;.'
rJPle Clu'JipeHt stud
100 Dozen Utibuimirii'il Shins prr piece
10) " Mm s Fine Uuricrshiitf, per piece
100 ' " W bile I)rc-" Shirt", per piice,
100 " " All Wool YVi rking Miirls, ' ' .
150 " " Stn.w lints, per pieci.
iiu ijiiys ...I
Wo are contliiint that tliu.-e prices will satisfy tho niont evicting.
We only ndvortise ivhnt wo incnn !
Any iiitxiUiliictdry nrticle may be returned nnd the money
Mill be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
5:1 1 in
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUhT RKOE1VED, THE FINEST LINES OF
CiiiiliiiiHiiiidi) Cloii, Us' Foruisliine liociis,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Style unci "Novelties in Neckwnro.
Alto, by leptatcil nnd special riiiui'Bt, it Miuill imoice of lhe Hunt buud.in&di,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
.191 Olilaiiiiiblc in the Km tern innikets.
Telephone 2 ID.
Importers & Dealers in
.IiiBl to hnnd, per floaincr Austral
Heel, l.uus Famih Corntd Pi
1iiih Orvslnl Drlns. klU E:
.Mnckere), frehh Smokiil Halibut,
Hiifi', frei-li bnioueil lied, iiinaiar Marr uaiiih, 11 in uupeo Hums, .lacoTi
OohlV IhiUxln Hums, Cain Dried FU'x, black and white; Cula Clieete, ()reir,do
Crciiui Cliecte, SvU CIii-umj, Sui Ka'o Cheise, Pine Apple ChetMi und IMkiu
(Jlieejo, 31b I lucks; Snow Whitn OoiHUh, Clclly Lemons, fresh Pearx, Red
Cabbage'. (Sf I'artienlHr uttentiou is called to n men attiirltntnt of the fan).
mm Holmes & Coutt'n Hlncuits, Graham Wnfcrt, Oaken Plakii". Sen Foam
WnfeiR, MhlKels, Cligir Wafer anil Water. TIiim.-biscuits, ami u full line
of Canmil Goods anil Drain, also fiosli Anplcs In bnves, in ipiamlile ti suit,
At lowobl market price, New Cain Potutoea aud Quluna lu iluu cuntliliou, 17
Temple of Fashion!
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
TO THE FRONT I
2 fO tipwiitdi
2 5'l '
1 Jfjwt. In tlie JVliiltot.
50 - '
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
P O, linx 217-
Staple & Fancy Croctrios.
Kegs Holland Uerilni'H, kegs Fitmlly Cornril
Keen Faniilj S;iuikinul, kee Mixed Pickles,
Choice Salmon Ilellles, klu Extra Clioico
fieMi Smoked Suliiion, tuU Hinokn! B4ui