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TUESDAY, NOV. 30. 188G.
Y G II Powers from Hongkong
S S Mariposa for tin Colonies at 7 k in
atnir Klnnu for Whnlwnid PorUat4
Stuir Iwnlnnl for Kami I atop in
Stmr O It Ulsuop for Wnlnnae, Walolun,
Ktlnuca and Ilanalcl, at 10 a nt
Sehr Molwahinc for ltuinnUua
Sehr Kuulkeaonll for Kolinln
For ICnlmliii, November 20lb per
steamer Llkcllke Hon V 0 Parke,
JitdKcJ Kalnnm ami wife, Mr Austin,
and nbout -10 dock.
From Honolulu, for ibu Colonic, per
SSMailpoa, Nov. ilOth: t iibln Mr
mid Mis E lJage. Miss Ihownlnw, V
Holfreter,.IXS Williams, HO Piatt.
Ho.v Duncan and wife. Steerage.)
Wilkinson. M Owciimiii, T Huglic, Mrs
Wright and 5 children, It II Holmes,
mid 5 Chinese.
Prom Sun iPrniiclscn, per SS Mari
posa, Nov. 20th: Slceraue Mrs M S
ilicc, J White, Mrs White, .1 11 Bab
coek, J E Anderson, Geo Smith. CHear
Hncsc, Mis? O U Hosklns, J Donlon,
Mis.TW Hingicy, P Hlngluy. O Hlnjj
lev, J L Gudis, .1 Ilohllnjr, PHoll, O
Sherman, .) Green. A Jloi-enberg, 11
Kln.y, W L Bond, 11 C Mostou, Kiiwchi
(Hawaiian), A Harrington, ii'2 Portu
guese, and 1 Chinaman.
Prom San Pranel co, per schooner J
C Ford, Xov. 20th MUs .T E Mai tin
mid Chas Greentleld.
The echooner'J. O. Pord, Griffiths
master, arrived yesterday afternoon, 15
days from Sail rranuisco, with a large
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Gcrbark P.iuillc, Oltuiau
Brit bk W H Watson, Lawren:e
Bktnc KUkllat, Cutler
Bktne G C Perkins, Ackcrimm
Jiktnc Mary Winkelman, Backers
Haw pehr General Selgel, from French
Frigate tfboals, due Nov 20-110.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German baik Hercules, Sehaefcr,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, due
Am bktne Amelia, Win New-hull, from
from PoitTownsond, W T, due Novem
ber J 8-2(i.
Haw brig Hazaid, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, duo at Hilo, Ha
waii, November 21-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovcll,
Jrom Fanning' Maud, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, .1 B Holland,
from Manitiiki, via Fanning's Island,
due December lu-ttl.
American bark Saranae, from New
Vork, sailedJuly lilth, due here Xov. 18
SO, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, 'duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glungaber, ItolluMon, from
Liverpool, due liuie, Jan lfl-;il, to
Dai'ies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, failed Sept 0, duo lcre Jan lfi-30,
to Sehaefcr is Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampoon, Marston,
from the Colonics, due heie in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec lfith, to
Castlo & Cooke.
Am bk J H Bower, now due from
Honolulu, Xov. 20th, to the wife of J.
II. Keit, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tint Low-Lislnnan duck shooting
party at Koohiu, Saturday, bagged
.02 ducks and 39 ploveis.
The billiaid match between Morris
.. I InilAnnii nf flu. Pnm mfil i.inl
Iiuu ,nn;vjit-i;j j , .... I.- WW......W ......
liillrurd room, last nielli, was won by I
Mu. J. E. Wiseman is expected to
leave San Frrneisco for Honolulu by
tho Australia, Dec. 8th, along with
Onk hundred hogs for Chailes
Greenfield, -1,120 redwood posts for
Wilder & Co., and 48,208 bricks for
Lucas, came by tho Ford, yesterday.
Tun Mariposa steamed out of the
harbor, for New Zealand and Austni
lia, about 8 o'clock this morning,
after a. stay in port of about 18 hours.
Tiiekb will bo a tegular meeting of
the Trustees of tho Honolulu Library
ii ml Heading Kooni Aesociatioi;, at
tho Library Hall, on Thursday even
ing, at 7 :IH) o'clock.
Thkhi: will bo a men at the Park,
next Satuiday, between Captain
Clunoy's Joe Dake, to wagon, and
Mr. Schiiniun's Hunton Boy, to har
ness; behl !1 in 5, for n purno.
Tun Statu Dinner, tho-fclast event
on the Jubilee piogranimu, was eaten
at Ibu Paliico, hiht evening, Thp
Miiruud was magnificent. A littlo
dancing followed tho dinner.
A moti.ky thiong of natives, dotted
hero and there, with u pnlu face,
gathorcd about the Palaou gato on
Kichard Mieet, last evening, vainly
hoping to get on the inside.
Tub Hawaiian Band, tho House
hold GuiuiIh, and tho King's Own
inilitnrv company, each leeeived
100 fiom His Majesty, in lotuin for
lheir sei vices during tho jubilee.
Thu Biewer lot, on Hotel sheet,
where the Astor Hoiuo Mauds, is
being suiveved and mapped. The
drawing will bo Mint to Mr. Hi ewer,
Boston, preparatory to re-building.
An artielo about Hawaii, written
ly the Hov. T. 11. O, Peek, and pub
lished iu tho New Voik Obborver,
appears in another column. The
writer's spelling of native words is
Miii Jits, Williams took sonic n
cellcnt pliologrnplis of the Historical
Tableaux, by electric light, at the
Opera House, Saturday night. Mr.
Williams 1ms now (.comnlcto sets of
pictures Of the Jubilee Festivities,
and pcoplo wishing sots enn procuro
them nt, his picture gallery, J'oit
EASTERN PAPERS TALK OF IIAWAli.
Jinny of the United States news
papers which came by yesterday's
mail contain articles, more or Ies9
inaccurate, relating to Hawaii and
Hawaiian affairs. The Eastern
panel s seem to have caught the cue
from their San Francisco contem
poraries. The Philadelphia Lcltei',
the Chicago JJcrciiil, and other jn
llucntial journals on the other side
of the rocky mountains tnke up the
During the lust trip of the
schooner Mary Foster, and when the
vessel was near Klucle, ti shark,
some eight feet long, was hooked.
The monster was hauled on deck,
and while the sailors were cutting
off the litis the nian-cati'i- turned
and, with u viso-liko grip, caught
one of Hie crew, by the forearm.
The shark was ripped open and
descmbowclcil, yet ho held on. lie
had not strength enough to bile the
arm off. but he held his victim until
death came and opened his
jaws. The wound was only a
one, not reaching the bone.
The Daily Uulluti.n- Ill-monthly
summary is out to-day. This number
contains full reports of thu Jubilee
Festivities, with tho usual editorial
and news matter. The Thanksgiving
Day sermons alto appear. This sum
mary, to those who procure it, will
supply all needed information to
foieigu correspondents of the doings
of this kingdom during the past two
weeks, nnd will be no small saving
of time, labor, stationery and post
age. Single copies ten cents. Per
annum, to subscribers in the islands,
two dollars. Mailed to any foieign
address in the postal union, post
paid, at $2.50 per annum,
A FEAST AND A GIFT.
Captain Chas. Clark, of tho
King's Own volunteer military com
pany, in recognition of the boys'
good behavior during the competitive
drill, on Saturday, gave a "blow
out" at the armory last evening.
When the Bulletin reporter, a
member of tho Honolulu Killes,
looked iu to sco what was going on,
ho was collared, and after the glasses
were filled, three rousing cheers
were given for the Killes. During
the "blow out" Captain Clark an
nounced the receipt of a gift from
His Majesty the King, iu Hie form
of a letter of congratulation and a
check for 100. The health of His
Majesty was drunk with cheers,
The banking house of Bishop &
Co. imported by the Mariposa
S100.000 in gold coin. The Zealandia
brought down 50,000 on her last
trip, and the Australia, due here on
the 15th of December, will bring
50,000 more. 150,000, in 10
and 5 pieces, were lying on the
bank counters this morning, the
sight of which made two impecuni-
ous editors feel dissatisfied with their
lot in life. Messrs, Bishop & Co.'s
object in importing the smallercoins
in preference to S20 pieces is to
keep the gold in the country. Tho
large coin is quickly seemed by
Chinamen for sending to China. The
smaller ones are not sought for that
purpose, and they thcrefpre "stick"
to the country.
FROM HONOLULU TO MEXICO.
Mrs. Costa, a widow lady who for
many years had a cattle ranch at the
mouth of Kalilii Valley, went from
here to Mexico, about two j-ears
ago. She took with her two sons
and a daughter William, John and
Anita all of whom had attained
their majority. Shortly after arriv
ing in Mexico, the eldest son died.
Yesterday's mail brought intelli
gence of the death, 03- yellow fever,
of the other hon, John, The
daughter, Anita, is married, This
young lady will bo remombored by
some of our readers as having been
for a short period associated with
the Sisterhood of the Sacred Heart,
in the primary stage of membership,
from which she was compelled to
retire by ill health.
A WEDDING ON KAUAI.
Tho marringo of Mr. Fred Wil
helm and Mrs. P. Richmond was
solemnized nt Waimea, Kauai, last
Thursday, Nov. 25th, by Jluv. J.
Kaukau. Thoso present at the wed
ding were Mr. Otto lscnberg, man
ager of Kcalia mill j Mrs. lscnberg,
Mr. K. Kruso, Mr. C. B. Hoffgaril,
Mr. G. Hoffgard, Mrs. Hart, Mr.
G. W. Spitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ii.
Wassman, Mr. and Mrs. T. II.
Gibson, Capt. J. Cameron, Capt.
Kibling, Wm. Mason, Capt. Free
man and Mr. V, D. Schmidt, mali
nger of Waimea null ; Miss Kaonohi,
sister of tho bride, was bridesmaid,
and Mr. Wm. Boss, purser of tho
steamer Iwalanl, was groomsman.
After tho ceremony the party sat
down to a feast, a la Hawaiian, and
n pleasant time was passed. On the
following day the bridal couple were
ontertaincd and feasted iit the resi
dence of Mr. K. Kruse.
Yesterday afternoon while Mr,
Chas. Lucas, Jaa, Very, and two
Portuguese laborers wcro returning
home from work, along King street,
Ill ft wngtin drawn by the horse Pont
Moi, an accident occtnred. They
were opposite Kawaialiao Chtrc'j,
when tho wliillle tree of tho wagon
broke, causing the wagon to swerve
suddenly to right angles ncross tho
rond, and throwing the occupants
Out. Mr. Chas. Lucas struck vio
lently 011 his thigh, and was pain
fully bruised by the wheels of the
wagon passing over his legs. Mi.
Veary received a cut on the bend,
while the two Portuguese were
hardly hurt. Mr. Lucas Is confined
to his bed, but is expected to be
about again in a few days.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Wm. Kirk, Townsville, Queens
land ; Julian Thomas, Melbourne
Argus ; J. Macdonnld, M. P., Lon
don, England; P. G. Bnlingnll,
Ottumwa, Iowa; Hugh Guldors,
Greymouth, New Zealand; II. W.
Berry, Melbourne, Aus. ; W. S.
Cunningham, Sydney; Andrew
Wash, Sydney; ' ICdward Koyes,
London ; C. L. Halkyard, Mel
bourne; N. T. Collins, 'N. S. W. ;
Geo. W. Fraiuis, Melbourne; W.
Walker Simpion, Sydney; Stephen
Mills, Sydney; II. Strickland, Lon
don; Grey J. Lamb O'Neill, Syd
ney; Miss K, A. Lamb O'Neill,
Sydney; .1. M. O'Neill, Sydney;
Sydney G. Ilinton, London; Jns.
Duin, London; II. J. Gibson, Now
Aubaum, Min. ; II. Burk, Sydney,
N. S. W. ; J. G. Edwards, Sydney ;
W. B. Chaffcy, wife and 3 children,
Ontario, Cal. ; T. J. Debbin and
wife, Australia; 11. C. Shepherd,
Ontario, Cal. ; J. W. Whitson, New
Zealand ; David Davis, Sydney ;
Wm. Lovel Davis, Sydney; M. C.
Brown, S. S. Mariposa; J. M. Bates
and wife, S. S. Mariposa.
UKFOltn .iudd c. J.
Monday, November 20th.
In the eslato of Alina of Hono
lulu, deceased. Application by J.
A. Miigoon for probate of will.
Continued from 22d instant. Or
dered that, no one contesting, the
will be admitted to probate and that
letters of adininstration issue to ap
plicant, under bond of 250.
ItKKOIIi: l'UESTOK .1.
Ill the estate of Hilooue Konohiki,
a minor. Application by S. Aukai
to sell real property of tho ward sit
uated in Auwaiolimu, Honolulu.
Mr. W. L. Holokahiki, counsel for
petitioner, gave as reasons for the
application that the ward is a leper
without any hope of recovery, that
he was in distress and want ; that a
piece in Kalawao, Molokai, could be
bought for a trillo over 200, and a
house there built for the reception
of the ward ; that the property in
Auwaiolimu at present only brings
in a rental of 30 per onniiui, which
could not be increased for nineteen
months yctto conic, and the ward
probably would not live so long;
that it is the desire of the ward to
have tlie money for the remainder
of his days, llis Excellency Mr.
Uosa, counsel for the mother, said
that although the sale might be ad
vantageous he did not approve of
the proposed method of applying
the proceeds ; that it would require
frequent application to tlie Court
for leave to expend out of the prin
cipal. It was not shown that the
parents were destitute; it was their
duty to care for and support their
son, or leave him to the cure of the
Government. The Court declined
to grant tlie application.
Hop Sing & Co. vs. Kum On and
John S. McGrew, bill in equity for
foreclosure of mortgage. Messrs.
Ashford & Ashford for plaintiff.
This was an application, heard ex
parte, praying for a temporary in
junction against defendants restrain
ing -them from selling or otherwise
disposing of the mortgaged pro
pert'. The application was granted.
In re bankruptcy of Leong To, of
Honolulu, voluntary bankrupt.
Hearing of petitioner's motion to
vacate the order of bankruptcy
granted on the 12 instant. Messrs.
Ashford & Ashford for petitioner.
The motion is based on the affidavit
of the several creditors that they
have seen lit to release him from
their claims. Order vacating former
In ro bankruptcy of Sam Chock,
carrying on business in Honolulu
under the style of Yce Ying Yuen,
ar a dealer in Chinese merchandise.
Messrs. Ashford & Ashford t ap
peared for petitioner, who presented
himself before the Court in charge
of a police nlllcer, he having been
arrested since Friday lust to answer
the complaint of Wing On Wo &
Co., of Honolulu, creditors, filed the
the same day before the Chief Jus
tice, Petitioner's liabilities as per
schedule filed uro 0,187.07, and his
assets amount to book debts amount
iiiL' to 0,000, liquor in bond mid a
share in the partnership of Yuen Wo
& Co., valued at 100. He was
adjudged bankrupt and Monday,
December lUth, was appointed for
proofs of claims and election of
assignee The Marshal wus ordered
to take chnrgo of tho properly.
POLIDE COURT. -Monijay,
Drunkenness, T. Hopkins, W. O.
Uriel, Dick Ktjwardu, John Camp
bell, John Silver, Jr., Koole, Putpr
Lawrence and J. Cown, SO each.
Affray, Captain Wejr, SIS, and
Ben Tcnurio, remanded until the
Disorderly conduct, Kealoha Ma-
knnui, reprimanded nnd discharged,
Tpesdav, Nov, 30th.
Assuult nml battery : Joseph Byan,
821. -10 and ordered to file a bond in
tho turn of 8100, fthh. tona urty
thai he will keep the peace for ono
yenrj toward all persons; Koo, re
primanded nnd discharged.
Larceny of one ciisc of gin, pro
perty of the Wilder S. S. Co. and
of the value of about 0 ; Kalua,
$18.-10 nud hard labor six motilhsi
Violating the Sabbath, 28th Inst.,
bv playing dominoes; Ah Sang and
A'hTui Aug, 5.10 each.
Monday, Nov. 29tb.
Hawiiianupovs. J. Kua, assump
sit for S'JO.
Kinney & Peteison for plaintiff,
defendant In person. Judgment for
plaintiff for $'.10 with interest, S-18.G0,
attorneys commissions, $10.85, other
costs j.a0, total, 153.75.
While George W. Cable, the
novelist, was speaking at Northamp
ton, Mass., tlie President of the
meeting interrupted him by saying:
"Cable, you were invited to speak
ten minutes and show poor taste in
occupying an hour and a half when
others are to speak." Mr. Cable
said that he did not know that lie
was limited iu time. "This is the
first time in my career as a public
speaker," he added, '"'that I have
been asked to sit down." Thp
audience rose tp jts fept as pup per
son and every one tried to say some
thing. Mr. Cable finally said:
"Ladies and goutlcmon, I bid. you
good-by forever." Then he left the
Tho steamer Barrowmorc, Capt.
nonoymaii,has arrived at St. John's,
N. F. She left Baltimore on the
15th of November, cotton laden, for
Liverpool. The cargo took fire on
Friday last and the Captain thinks
it will" be totally destroyed, but be
lieves that the hull of the ship is
not materially damaged,
John Johnson and Charley Boss,
two notorious desperadoes, shot
Saturday night at Albuquerque, N,
M., Marshal McGuirc and Ollloor
Henry who attempted to arrest them.
Officer Henry was killed on the spot
and Marshal McGuirc, it is feared,
fatally wounded. The desperadoes
made their ccapc, but were subse
quently arrested, and notwithstand
ing a stiong guard i8 kept over them
it is believed lynching will be re
Tlie estimates presented to the
Federal Council of Germany in
clude a sum of 10,000,000 marks,
the first installment of the cost of
construction of the North Baltic
Olives have been so abundant in
Italy that the produce will scarcely
pay the expense of making the oil.
But it will he as difficult us ever to
find the pure oil from tho various
Baron Sadoine, late manager of
the great Belgian Cockerill Iron
Works, near Liege, is about to start
for- China, whither lie has been
called by its Government, to start
immense arsenals and ship building
SETS of Jubilee Pliotn(ripliE), em.
broing all the noialile ec-enrs of
llio tclivitic4, enn In, oliinine:! a'
In mi Pholoj.rapl I j Gallery.
THE new supply of limit', Diariee,
H iitiniieiy, Nbveltici-, Xiims Cnidh,
Toys, nii'l Panny Gootls received by T
G. TmiUM per Zealandia. wl.l make
Situln Chilis' Headquarter, lliu attractive
spot of die c ty for old nnd yi.iiiu;, us
iihiinl. b9 lw
SMOKE Wedge Cigar ut McCirtliy'g
5.00 ONLY is llio pricj charged
fur 1 w. Gall'ins i any ilavoivd
rich and always fresh ninilo Steam Ice
Cream, giiiiriiniucii to lie absolutely pure
ornopiytit the Pioneer Steam Candy
Kiictoiy, Bukciy and Ice ''renin Rooms.
Practical Cont'd" !oih-i nnd Urna.
menter, Hotel Ht., Bet. Port & Nuimnu
M. Hawaiian and ttnl Tulc.lioiics,
No. 74. 4,'J tf
TELEPHONE fur lee Cream!
-MiuiiaICo.:t:l8; UellCo. 182. 85
DELICIOUS Kum lee
ben in UiuEurK.
CANDIES! Imported, line nnd
sweet, you'll find nt the Elite. 85
ICE CREAM or ho Purest and Rlch
im quality fiom one qunrt to nny
quantity I pw.irds nrn ilelivcnd pnclsed
in ice, from It o'clock A, v. to It nVlock
v m.. free of clmrpii to any part in Houn.
lulu nnd Mtb'irln by thn'Pioieer Ktcnm
Candy Factory nnd Bakery.
CHRISTMAS mill New Ypnr drib,
nil new nnil of llio veiy Intiht de
ijrnp, hnvinir Leon carefully si'liolod by
our Mr. T. .1. KIiik, who lnm jui re.
luriKil from the Cutist. Call tarlv nt
King Bna,' ArtSto'c. SO
CAKES! Pnni'Y, plain and nrnn
mi ntal of every description always
on hand at thu Bi.itk, on llnp'1 St. 85
DID you i-mtV No, I never tnsted
letter IceCn-nni iIiiiiiiiIiIiuEmikI
Their Ice Crenin is really delicious, and
tuo'i a iileo pny plnrt) lliev liavul 81
Dit. Flint's Ubaht Hkmbiiy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Din
ease and aloo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. Hfil
Pathonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigaiH of .1. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, wheie he is propiued to fill all
oiders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders rolieiteu
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
hell tliei-o cigars. Do not forget tho
mime J, W. Hingley, nor tlio place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
63 and 65
A New Announcement will
Look Out for it
Nob. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gnstom-mafle GlotiiDg, Gents' Fiiniislimi Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neck-ware.
Also, by repeated and special riquesi, a muill invoice of the Onett hniul.iuado,
Most Durable Gents9 Shoes
Obtainable in thc
WEST, DOW & GO.
Now have on hand a large
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
Iu all lines.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pa-try Cook and linker.
71 Hotui Ht. 1jr Telephone 71
WEMER & CO.
Coiistniitly on hum) u largu iiBhurlmcut
of every ilescrlplh nof Jewelry, Watches,
Onld nud Silver Pl.ited Wine, &c,
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
(17 anil HO Hotel ttrcut,
Fr'ish GiOLericantid Provihlons received
by every Hlcaiuei.
P. O. llox ISO, Hell Telephone No.
310 .Mutual Toll phone No. VM.
The White Houtse,
No. IIS Nmiinui Htreot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Kiiinlly Hotel; Terms Reason.
M, W.PANDEH8, Proprietor.
FASHION ! !
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
- Kiiftern markets.
Latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Made and Repaired.
Will lie open every alternoon and even.
ing us follows;
Sin n day, TueHdny, M'edneHdny and
Tohe pulillc in general.
For ladtcB'und gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen niidj-hildren.
LesBoiis iu Fancy Skating.
WII.I.IAM WALL, ManKsr.
THOSE VKItV DHSIIIA.
hie prcoiiH No. 103 Nuuhiiu
Avenue. Dwellliic contain
8 rooniH; ally hatcment under all; kltcli
en, pnutry, lmtlirconi and nmum'ii mom
atluchid, nirrlini) house, etnble, fowl
l(Oiiiii' all oi'i'Veiileiitly iirrnnced; quiet
liriilllif.it livtiuu; neat eroumlH, fruit
iict. Ten inliiutex' wtfk from Pot
Olllce. Enquire adjolulni; pr mites of
72 tf J. II. WOOD.
Let me have a mild
THE AHOVE BEQUEST IS HEARD
dally lit cigar fctores, saloons and
ulier plnccs whero clgar9 are told, for
1 1 is an undisputed fnct that niostsmokers
prefer a mild cigar and that thoso who
liuvo for n long tuna smoked strong
clenrs, principally Imported Manilas,
will, nfter having thoioughly injured
the stomach nnd Impaired thu nervous
yitem. surely want u mild cigar, If they
could Una the light kind.
How many thousands of smokers who
suffer from lorn of appetite, headache,
nervous Irritability, nsthmn, etc., nnd
who Lave tried ull pnsilblc remedies
without success, nilnhi bo cured it' they
know that their suflcilngs were caused
by the hiUnipcrntc Use of stioug cignrs.
nnd Hint they should only tinoke mild
inil properly prepared ones.
It is a fnct that nil mild cignts ngreo
well with tmokcrs, for In most cases
i lie c U n Inek of cure in tlie selection of
tlie totincco, nnd often the necessary ex.
pcilcece for it Is vriuitinc, yet there is
one brunil which suits the mo 4 fastidious
miokir, nml that U
" Sampler " Heal Ciiar
Which Is made from mild, aromatic nnd
particularly (elected and prepared to
bacco, and (omblnes all the qualities
which may be expected from a health
cigar. It causes no bad effect of any
kind, is agreeable to the taste, burns
evenly to tho end and possesses a lino
aroma. No smoker should fall to givo
Engelbrecht's "Sampler" Cigar
A. fair trial, aud benefit himself at the
For sale Everywhere.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jmt received x"Zia'nniHa." at
J. T. Waterhouse's
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left ut Otllce, with N. F. Bur
goFS, 84 King Bluet, will bo promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
II'is on hand for nlc, In qunntllieii
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
Ordira are hen by sollollid and will
bedeliverul at any locnlliy within tho
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