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MONDAY, FEB. 7, 1887.
Ltinr Mlkiilinln from Knual
HtmrSurpilso fiom Kuiiu
Stnir James A Cummins fiom Koolnit
Brit bk Lady Ljmp&un, (umi New
castle, N S W
Schr Lnku horn Kohololelc
Schr Kmillhiu fiom W.ti.inoo
Stmi- Li'liuu Iliiiiiuku.i
Btflno Cluut Spieokcls fiom Shu
Ship Aleiouiy for Hongkong
Uktno Planter for 8un FinuoUeo
Stmr Klnnii for tho Volcano and nv
ports lit I p in
Stmr Llkcllf.o for Knhulnt and liana at
G p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Klliiuea Hon for Fiiiuihau, Kohahi-
Iclc, Knktihiu mid Ooktilu at fi p m
Ktmr Wnluloalo for Klhitieu undlliinolel
Stmr Surpi lso for Ktum
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr WO Hall for Ltihulna, Miiahicu,
Koim, Kan and the Volcano ut 10
o'clock u in
Stmr 0 11 Bishop for Wulunao, Nuwlll-
w 111, K:ipj:i unit llniianiaiiln at VI
Slmr Mlknhnln for XumMwIH, Koloii,
Klcck', Wnlincn, and Ki'kdiu ntfi p in
From Kauai, via Watauao, per stmr
Mlkahalu, I'ubnmiy (! His ICNcelloncy
Hon Paul P Kanoa, Ills Honor .Justko
K FBlckoiton, Ills IXuolluncy Antouu
llosa, Hon S B Dole, lion 11 A Wlile
niann, 1ib SlmonlCaal, MirfLudd, Capt
P V Fchlbehr, Col O II Judd, XV I.
Wilcox, It Catton, J Km, .1 Kaln, .T V
Uolbnrn, F Oiiihain and wife, Llcnt W
Ungor and wife, .1 Hoffgard, Jllss JI
McGiow, UN Hundley, .1 Kibbling, P
P Hastings, A Ibonbeig, 3 Chlnuu and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Cummins 300 sugar.
Hnrpi io 1,800 sng.ir, i!0o nioIase, mid
Mlkalmla 8,182 sugar, 18 hides, 2i5
sheep and 03 skins.
Leliim 2,C00 sugar.
The Hawaiian bark Lilian wlllsall for
Hongkong on Wednesday.
Tho baik Lady l.ainpson mrlved
yesterday, G7 days fiom Now castle, N S
W, lth fi80 tons of coal to Bioucr&
The bgtno Clans Spicckcls, Drew,
master, iiirUed this morning, 12 days
from San Finnclsco.
VESSELS IN PORTT
Bd Hope, Pcnhallow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Drottnlng Sophia, Svensson
Bk C O Whltmoie, Thompson
Bk Lilian, Holland
Bark Lady Lanipson, Marstou
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bktno Planter, Perrlniau
Bktno Discovery, Leo
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo hero Dee IStli, to
Cnstlo & Cooke.
Am baik Tlmoiir, Brewer, sailed fiom
Boston, Deo 17, duo Mayl-20.
Am tern C O Peiklns, Aekcrman,
from Sun FrnnoNco, due Janiuuy 20-:il.
Amwhb.uk Hunter, Geo AV Jenks,
from the Lino Islands, duo Maich 10-111.
Am bark KUkltat, K I) Cutler, from
Port Townsend, W 'X, duo Fcbuiary
Bilt bail; Maitha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, silled Sept (), due lcio Jan lii-SlO,
fo Scnacfer it Co.
Hilth.uk Glengaber, Ilollcslon, from
Lherpool, due hcic, Jan lli-'M, to
Davles & Co.
Ger bail; Ilydi.i, from Hongkong, duo
Haw sohr General Selgel, from French
Prlgato Shoals, due Nov 20-110.
Haw bark Thos It Foster, F W Bug-,
from Vletoila, II C, duo December
Nor bark PO P.itcisen, from New
castle, N S AV, duo Fein miry 1-20.
German bark Hcictilcs, Jess, Sehaofer',
ic Co. sailed from Glassgow, December
18. duo April . -to.
OIIANEY At Koleakn, Honolulu,
February ftth, to the wife of Captain F.
S, (Jliaucy, oi tuo steamer (J. JJ. Bishop,
II dq lighter,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-nAY is tho second anniversary
of tho death of tho IJov. S. C. Damon.
Tun bay was a still us n mill pond
this morning and as diity ns a quarry
Tiw.rainfall at Mr. F. L. Clarko's,
Pauon valley, last night, was 1.03
Tin: rainfall at Mr. F. L. Cltuko's
I evidence Pauou valley for tho month
of January wnB G.C8 inches.
Tun Star Mill Company will hold
a meeting nt tho oflico of Messrs. AV.
Q. Irwin it Co. on Thursday next at
11 A ,M.
TjU: Uum.etin acknowledges with
thank's, tho "courtesy of Messrs. AAr.
O, Irwin it Co., for tho uso of a lilo of
Tin? steaior C, , Bsop iljil not
pii) for KHaue.i, Iviiuui, on Saturday
last. Mr. It. A. Muullo, Jr., will pio
ceed tliitlior to-day diicct in tljo S. S.
Tin: Ladies Bonuolent Socioty
Montlily Social sot for Thursday noxt
in Foist Stieot Church, is postponed
until Friday ovoning, at the wuno
town and place.
, ,- -j . -. '
In consi(eiution of to-night being
the occasion of Mr. K. T Bootli's
faiowell lectuio, Jlr. Osniuii'Diiy has
postponed his lecture until' to-mor-low
l(.'ii; "Aiiglicau Chinch Chroniolo"
saj's, that tho Hawaiians aro ubpre
gjutiiig'tlio now Gnthediul and uie
attending the services and leligious
instiuction cIhsboh in good force.
Yebtkudav morning ft cru?.y China ,
man cieuteu ti fcciitaiion on I'on
street, near Kilkui street, by chasing
peoplo and j'olling. Before the Police
arrived, tho crnzy tiinn
in it Cliinoho store.
Somh of tho tourists by tho AV. G.
Hall spenk in giatoful tonus of tho
kind mid large-hearted hospitality of
Hon. .liulgo Mnitiii and Mw. Mnrtint
NVniohiiiu, nt whoso reeidenco thoy
culled, and by whom they worocntei
tuiiied. An old tintivo nitui was knocked
down in tho neighhoihood of tho
Commercial Hotel on Saturday hist,
and picked up insensible. Ho was
taken to tho Queen's Hospital, where
ho soon recoveicil and was found to
Tin: O. S. f . Co.'s steamer Austra
lia will ho duo from San Pniiiciero
about noon on AVedncfctlay nct, and
tho S. S. Zciiliintliii fiom the Colonies
on Fiidny next 'en route for Cali
fornia. Ample tinio for correspon
dents to rdply to home letters.
It appears, from later information,
tlntt tho damage to tho Kilauea Sugar
Mill, caused by the bursting of tho
coiitiifugiil which killed the two men,
its loportcd in last Wednesday's
Hin.uniN, was somewhat exaggerated.
Tho injury to tho mill was Might.
Grinding was piocccdcd with the day
following the accident, and continues
to go on steadily.
Am members of the flist division
of the Liliuokiihini Educational
Society ate requested to attend a
meeting to bo held to-morrow after
noon, at !l o'clock, in the room of
Kngino Co. No. 1, King street. This
meeting is called for a special and
important purpose, and every mem
ber is lcspectfully asked to attend, if
On Saturday last a Japanese ap
peared at tho Police Station to
unsworn chiugo of diunkeniicss. As
the defendant did not understand
English, and there being no inter
plcter, ho was remanded. This
morning, when culled upon, ho was
"non est" ho having discovered that
by putting up !0 bail, ho could for
feit it, and thereby bo lcleascd.
Jum:s Tiivernier, tho artist, is in
town to make arrangements for an
exhibition of his pictures in the near
future. Mr. Tavernier has biought
with him n sketch-model of the Vol
cano fiom which ho intends to paint,
in Amotion, the Volcano Panorama
to bo exhibited in tho United States
and Kuiope. His piesent intention
is to leavo for tho Coast in n few
Tin: "Daily Humboldt Times," pub
lished at Eureka, California, has been
foiwardcd to tho Daily Bulixtin
ollice by Mr. Vtiughan, a gentleman
connected with tho "Times" and at
present on a visit to tho Islands for
the benefit of his health. Judging
from this sample, Eureka can boast
of a live daily sheet, and its repre
sentative, Mr. Valtghan, impresses
ono with tho idea that his visit to this
sanitarium of tho Pacilio Ocean, will,
on his return, leceivo tho duo notico
it di serves.
Tnu "Anglic.in Clttirch Chronicle"
for Pebruaiv, which was issued on
Saturday last, but was not noticed in
tliis paper on that day because of a
supeiabundanco of other matter. Is
tin extremely interesting ono. Local
nows relating to Church affairs oc
cupy considerable spaco. "Tho teach
ing of English to Hawaiians" is taken
up in ii piatical manner, the writer's
view being on tho lines of tho object
lesson method of initialing tho' infant
mind into thomystoiiosof letters mid
A dissolution of tho Him of 8.
Colin & Co. bring about to tako
place, tho entiro stock of merchan
dise, consisting of clothing, gents
furnishing goods, huts, caps, trunks,
tiavehng lings and valises, on im
uieiibo usfcoittnont. of dry and fancy
goods, etc., etc., ladies' .undeiweiir,
boots and shoes, and u variety of
goods "too numerous to mention,"
will bo sold by public auction on tho
promises of tho Temple- of Fashion,
on Thursday next at 10 a. m, Fuither
piuticulars in to-monow's issue.
A HAPPY RELEASE.
OM timers might rcinenibcr, that
about fifteen years ago, Andrias, a
Mexican vacqucno, killed his com
panion liosaiio, another Mexican, at
Ewa. Andrias, with boveial fiicnds
was holding cattle, and in fun, it
seems, Bosario tormented Andiias
about somo littlo iifl'ah. The latter
becoming eniagcd, grabbed Itosario
and stabbed him several times. An
drias was captuied at his house tho
noxt morning by Doputy Marshal
Dayton and police. Ho was tiied,
found guilty of minder in tho first
degree, and sentonced to tho gallows.
Tho scnlenco was commuted later on,
and imprisonment for life substituted,
Again tho sentence wan commuted
and tho torm of imprisonment re
duced fto IC years. On Saturday last
Andriiis walked from tho Priton a
freo man his sentence having expired,
Tho Kinployment Bureau of J. E.
Brown & Co., Campbell's block,
Moichant stieot, lias certain peculiar
featuies that both tlioso in want of
employees and those in want of em
ployment should uudoistaud. In tho
lirsl place, oniployeis aio supplied
piomptly with all kinds of help with
out chaigo to tho employers. Then,
for tho hnuofU of pcibowmoklng'oiiw
ployment bf any desolipliOn! a icgls
tiation book is kept, in which, on
payment of one dollar, tho naiuo pf
tho poison booking employment is
ontoicd, with tho kind of occupation
ho (joshes, mill oyery o(lbt fs iiimlo
lb sopito him d bjtuaiiop. Tips hook
js always open for inspection hy tlioso
in want of servants. Tho luHantagus
to persons wanting employment ami
tlioso desiring helps nro obvious.
THfe TEHPE11AN0E CAMPAIGN
Fort-strcct Church was well filled
last evening, to hear Mr. Booth. Tho
opening services were conducted by
ltc ds. "Messrs. Cman, Oggel and
Oleson. The choir also took a full
shaio in tho exercise. Mr. lull
address was ono of tho finest ofl'orts
of oratory with which ho has yet
favored tho public. Twenty-four
persons added their names to tho
Tltis evening, a faiowell meeting
will bo hold, and Mr. Booth will close
the campaign with nn address
specially directed to those who Imvo
enlisted during the past two weeks.
The farowcll meeting will tako place
in tho main niidionco room of Fort
street Chinch, and will be followed
by a social in tho parlors. A gene
lal imitation is extended to the
On Friday, tho 28th ult., tho tern
Dora Bluhm, Captain AVin. Blulini,
at lived at llilo, 12 days out from Sun
Francisco. She brought n cargo of
general mcichuudlsc. On the sumo
day tiio biigantiiio Hiiztiiri i-ct sail
for San Francisco with a cargo of
sugar. She has been waiting u long
time for a caigo, and now takes tho
first sugar of the reason direct from
llilo to San Francisco.
A letter from AViiiohinu says "Kail
is full of people fiom Honolulu and
Maui." It also predicts that tho lava
How will not last much longer. The
latest word is that tho How has dimi
nished greatly, and changed to "pa
hochoc." Thoo who have long
watched tho lolcanic action of this
island say thnt a "pahoehoo" flow
from Mokuaweowoo generally holds
on for it long time. How that will
bo in this caso, only timo can tell.
Hilo, February 3rd.
A NUISANCE THAT SHOULD BE ABATED.
Editok Bui.Lr.TiN: Tho Chiiicro
phiutcirt of Pauou valley, have for
bometimo past, been in the habit of
piling up their bananas, taro, eto
at the junction of tho Pauou roud
and Punchbowl street, to the tcrious
inconvenience of those who tnvvcl
over tho road. Ono day lust week,
a horso driven by a lady, liecamo
f lightened at tho pile of pioduco
alongside of the io,id, and became
unmanageable; and no doubt there
would have been a tenons accident
had a less skillful driver been in the
buggy. This is not tho only caso
that tho writer is convcisiint with; in
fact it is a weekly occurrence; and
tho law pertaining to "Tho obstruc
tion of tho public highways," should
bo rigidly cnfoiced, and thereby per
haps arrefct a fictions accident.
nnronn roi.ici: justice dattox.
Monday, Feb. 7th.
Eight drunks paid tho usual
Piipiilani, on a clmrgo of selling
and disposing of spirituous liquors in
Honolulu, was lenianded to 10th
Moko and Pauhao charged with
vagrancy, were foiuul guilty and
sentenced to 10 days imprisonment
and to pay cobts of $2.90 each. Ap
peal noted to Supremo Court.
Owen McCarthy was found guilty
of assault and buttery on u China
man, and lined $0 and $1.H0 costs.
EX I1KIO CLAUB BPIIECKULS, DATES TO
JANUARY 2 iTII.
A London despatch of January
24th, says: The J)aily Ncics pro
fesses to know that thcro ia extreme
danger of war, It says that tho
government is alarmed on account
of its having" hoard that Germany
is likely, within a few days, to ask
Franco to explain the meaning of
tho French inilitaiy moveniens on
A Washington despatch of tho
22nd states that a resolution was
adopted icoiting that the President
and Senate had ugrced to and rati
fied tho convention by which the
terms of tho Treaty witli the Ha
waiian Islands i9 extended seven
A motion was mado in tho Senti.to,
on the 19th, to amend the Hawaiian
Treaty by fixing on an island in
PearlRiver as a, naval and coaling
station, over which tho United
States should have exclusivo juris
diction, subject to tho' laws of the
Tbo files of papers to hand lieing
incomplete, it does not appear de
finitely what tho fato of the mptfon
wasj but an editorial in tho San
Frnnclsci Call of the 25th, leads as
if tho Pearl llaibor resolution had
been adopted. The (lull has a
somewhat olaboratp article, oji Pearl
IIa,rbpr, 0011111101111112 with signifi
cant words ;
"Tho probability of Pearl Harbor
becoming tho property of the United
States hy cession, under tho provi
sions of tho now Hawaiian Treaty,
has ocoaBlonod much favorable com
ment among that portion of our
mercantile community whoso busi
ness interests extend across the
1 Imvo been instructed to sell hy
public niiet(on pn Tlnp'sdiiy iiejjt,
conirnpuojnj; o,t 0 At "u tfP otltiro
stock f Mossjrs, Colin & Co. (Tcm
plo of Fashion). Full particulars
in to-morrow's issue.
Lewis J. Levey.
A woman employe of tho P09U
ofllio Department has been nrrcs'.cd
fdr robbing the mails. Docs any
one doubt the equality of the sexes
now? Doston Transcript.
THEWS of tho Lnvn Flow of 1F87.
t Y from Negatives inndo on the second
day of tho eruption, showing tho col.
uinu nf lava nt the fourco cinter, mny
ho seen at ih I'lioiocrni h Booms of J.
GONSAIALi. lJiFort&t. fi2
WE HAVE Just rcccHod rer Aus.
trnlia a now lot of Aitl'ts' Mil-tcrhl-,
K' cmy AVnre, Hia keif, C-iUnet
Frames, Kunlc Fianus, ttc. And wo
tiro better prepaicd than ever to make
Cornices an I Picture Frame, hailng
the largest and best selected stock of
Mouldings in the Kingdom. Ki.va
Bitos. AitT StonK.
Dn. Flint's IIraiit Bkmiidy lsu
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circiiltiaon. Descriptive book
with overy bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Patkonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of .). AV. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, ut tho Crystal Soda
AVorks, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale pi ices. Island orders eolicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. AV. Hingley, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda AVoiks, Hotel street.
TWO COTTAGKrt ON LILT HA
Street, neir School, ltcnts moder
ate. Apply to M.S OUINBAUM&CO.,
Queen Struct. 53 2w
A N ADJOURNED MEETINO OF
the stockholders of theS ar Mill
Compiny will be held ut the olllre of
AVm. G.Irwin & Co, on THUHSDAY,
the 11th iiutant, nt tl a m.
Vi 3t AV. G. IKAVIN, Secretary.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS
In Pilnco AllxrU and Snch, of the
very best quality and style.
All thesn Goo.ln have jubt nniticd by
tho last steamer and I will sell them at
tho vciy lowoft figures.
GHAS. J. FISHELS
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell's Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
A-cicioiiiituntH, Xamtl, Entwto
mill X.alor A.!cmtH.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
K5?" Horvnnts engaged without chnrcp
ABIDING POOT, color leddlsh,
with white forehead, nud white
hi lid feet, hns strayed out of my yaid.
AioiMtrd of II vo dollars will bo paid for
ilia return of tho horse, (ir Information
as to its wharcahouls,. 0. M. HYDE.
12i Hcrotaula street ft! St
MRS. RQDANET, 'ho well-known
dtc'fiiiiiikcr, looeutly returned
from Paris, hai her dios-making rooms
still 011 Emma buccI, ubovo tho square,
TY A PORTUGUESE,
willing to do
tiny woiu iiuenit norsis,
dray, look nflir Krden, elo. etc. Apply
10 JOHN MAGOON.
1)3 Merchant Slicet.
MRS. J. H. WICKE
BEGS TO INFOKM IIER MANY
friends that tho hiisim.ss so long
ctriled 011 by Iter Into luibliiuul yUf' lie
continued bj her id soni-,
8 F.D.&J.D.WICKE. T2w
O LTJSO HAWATIANO.
ALL persons wh.iwontto communl
onto with tho Poitiicueso, either
for liiiflucM, or for procuring uorUmcn,
sciMinisor ary other helps, will find it
the most pinlltahlo iuy to advertUo In
tho Lmo fuwtiiiatio, Uto now oruan of
tho Po-timuesu colony, uluoh is iub.
llshcd on Merchant stuot, Gatcttt Hulld
Ing, ('ott.Olllio Letter Uox K,), nntl
only charges iciismiablo rates for adver
Mm House To Let!
rpiIE ItESIDENOE occupied by Mr.
- Jamks A. Kennedy, corner of
Klnnu and Pcnsntoln Street.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
88 Ollice of tho i Honolulu Iron Woiks.
rpiIE COTTAGE, new occupied by
JL Mr. K. AV. Tucker, conlalnlnB six
rooms, bit tii rooni,p'intry, erntdi room,
itc. Thcie aro also siables, cairlajo
home servant's room, nil In good outer.
Apply to E. B. UENDIIY, at Pacific
Hardwnro Co.'s Store, Fort St. 40tf
THE PIIEMISE3 lately occupied by
Queen Emma, situate on tho south
corner of Nuuuiiu and Bcrclnnln street,
are oirercd for rental for n term of years
upon reasonable terms. Apply to
JOHN U. PATY,
OOtf Trcas. Queen's Hospl'al.
THE well known Old Corner
1'reiitiMCN. Apply at tho BKA
V1CU SAl.OuN 97 tf
THE KESIDENCE AND
Pasture Lands nt Puuoa Vol
l'.vv. occupied br Mrs. Lonir.
Apply on tho premises. tithf
For Sale or to Lease.
COTTAGE on Lunnlllo Street.
At nresent occupied by P. Onfei-
gi-lt. Esq. it contains parlor, dining
room and 2 bedrooms, bnth, pantry and
kitchen. A largo ynrd with outbuild
ings for horsey carriage nnd servant.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNEAV.
ON ACCOUNT OP DEPARTURE,
an Imported Sorrel Mure, 0 years
old, lmvitiL' liccn driven by a lndy. Ono
Cart luge Plnielon, Btudabicckor's manu
facture; and aho, ono tltto Squaro AVcbcr
Piano, all in good order, enquire of
41 lm 11YMAN BHQ3.
''piIE CO-PABTNEUSH1P I1EKE
i tofnro existing between A. Blown
and J. Phillip", under tho firm litimo of
Ilrown & l'hillips, having expired by
Imitation, the bii"liies will licrctifter
bo rarriol on by J. Phillips, who will
pay all debts owed by aad collect all
bi'ls due said firm.
Noav Photograph Kooins.
Nlchol's ftoro, Fort street,
ixt tho Shootinc Gallery. Pic
tures, Portraits and Views. Pirst-olass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J.A.GONSALVES.
SIN GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
at Cha, J. Fhhcl's Dressmaking
need to upply.
Nono but good liunos
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
Intimate that he will leave for
China mid Japan on tho 29th of January,
l'ertons desirous to pre cure, through his
ncciicy, Japane c tctvaitts or laborers
plonso communicate a" early as po-slblo.
SBtf PAUL BOHM.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT AVAL
Kikl, at present ex copied by G. D.
l'tcctli. Apply ntoflloii of
EHLETII & PEACOCK,
12 It 23 Nuuanu street.
in j 1 JR -V-1 JB W !
Cor Pensncola and Lunalilo Sts ,
Lately occupied by Mr. J. T. Dure, con.
tnlnlng Parlor, Library, 4 Uedrooms,
Dining Kcom, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath
and Tollit Room, on thu loner Hut; and
on the upper Hat, 3 largo rooms, thu
whole ell finished, and affording one
of the flncU views of laud and water in
Thcro aro also 011 tho premises, Ser
vant's House, Stable and Curriago Hour e,
and Fowl llotisu, all well arranged.
Tho whole residenco is free from dust.
FOR SALE !
ONK LARGE LOT, whloh can bo
illviiUd Into two or more building lots.
Knqulro of G. WEST,
i8 Of West, Dow & Co.
A MONTHLY DIVIDKNI) OF ONE
Dollar per fhare will bo payable
on llio capital stock of tho PcoploV Ico
and ltcfrlgeraliug Company on WED-NI-DA
, January Efltb, at llio Coin,
pinv's udlce. W.E.FOSIER,
11 Ct Treasurer.
TWO DOUIILE ENDED FREIGHT
lloats in pood ord(r. San Fran,
cbco built; will carry up to 'ii tons.
Cun bo uceu at llio Murlnu Railway.
Apply to THEO. II. DAV1ES & CO.
. .. ..,4 II I II.. !
II. IIAQKIj'ELD. & Op.
63 and 65 Fort Street,
Will be sold at
At 10 a. m. Sharp
EGAN & CO.,
Corner of Fort and Merchant HtreetM, Henolala.
Black Cloth Suits,
"White Ties, White Hat, E,to.
tSF- Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS aro of excellent quality, j
Eastern Finish, and marked nt tho LOWEST figures in tho
EGAN 6l CO.
j Fred 'ricksburg Brewing Co. j
SAN JOSE, CAL.
xue i.sgcr ceer
At tho Expositions
f pp.p.p.ttt &r.
I 20 Om
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corntr Tort; k Merchant BtruU, Honjlolo. CuapbtU't 11a
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