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TUESDAY, Al'lUL 12, 1887.
11k Calburlcn from San Franelco
Vionch bk Julie from Now faille
S B Austiulla for Sun Francisco, at noon
StmrKliniu for Wliidv.aid 1'orls, at 1
StmrW G Hull fur Lalmlnn, Maalaea,
Kona and Kan, ut 10 ti m
Stinr iMIkiiliiihi for ICmial, ut 5 p m
Schr Joscpliltlc for Ewa, ut 1U u m
Schr Canute for Laupahuehou
Schr Wallelu for Kuiiu
Schr Waloll for Kuan
IJrlpc Alllc Howe for lloiml.nng
Ilk Saramie for Sun Futiichco
IlUtno Planter for San Fi-anckeo
Sclir Wnlchti for Wnlaiiae
Schr Cnlcrina for llanalcl
For Labulnu. per steamer Kllauca
Hon, Apill 110 11 KeynolcR
For Maul, per Mcanicr lilkollke, Api 11
11 Hon Sam G Wilder, G 1' Wilder,
ah W C Wilder and son, Jtcv llcihcrt
II Gowcn, J G Howie. I- Cabot, T G
Gilbblc. K 1) llordcn. i: V Iloiden, Mis
J J.vle and son, Ituv Father 1'uor, J
O.orlo, i: II llalli'y and wife, Geo l'
Williams, I X Makcc, W MctJurn and
about. (JO ileck.
. For San FruneUeo, per H S Ausiralhi,
Apill 12 Cabin: Her Maje-ly Queen
Kaplolanl and 2 attendant!', H It H
Princess LUtuokalanl, Ills lx Governor
Domlnls and 2 seivnntB, Col U L
Iaukea, Col .1 H Boyd. Gen Sam Xow
leln, MUs M Chamberlain." 1' l.cwN,
Mrs J I JJowsutt, lhldlo Dowsott, Wm
Wntcrhomo, wife, ." children and maid,
T It Luci, wlfo and child, F JUrwIck,
Jt J IJennett and daughter. A I) While,
Miss N White, Miss Kuiimi Flint, Jas
11 Castle, wlfo and child, Mary Lan
caster, 11 .1 Bryant, T Prince, Mis Oapt
.Sbepbaul. Mls Dlld!!, .1 W Sibley and
wife, E 15 KlnIov. Vv Mat tin, Mrs
dipt Fuller, Mis Claia Fuller. Master
Fuller, I Ij Stetson, Mm J P Fierce
and child, MIs Fierce, Mis'c M and K
Anhl, Mi'-s U Blown, T C W1IN, Mhs
Wlll, Mrs Swan, Wm Sbeufc, the
Misses 'Sheafe (2), Mrs Damo and
ilatishtciv, H G Fiench, Mrs M .1 Ito
wcll, S M Damon, T May and wife, II S
Hover, C A Longfellow, Com Dleker
non, Mrs Dickenson, child and maid, E
Kerstons, T S Howe, Miss SI O'Connor,
O F 1'erl.liiE. B F .laqulntb and wife,
Jas Loe, A Sllcohn, II F Bwuiihick,
Miss O Ilakln, Sirs V Lewis and 2
children, Matcr P W and W It Boss,
A Ilerrick, Geo (1 IfceUcy, wife, child
and maid, B F Dillingham and wife,
FASchaefer and wire, Miss Nowlcln,
Mis F Hastings, Miss Bou SlaUeo, U L
Wight and wife, SV T Lucas, Kev Sir
Jtlchter, Hon Paul Neumann and wife,
the Misses Xeinuanu (2). SI Us M David
son, .1 1) Urooks, II J Hait, ECiMae
failano and J IlSoper. Steerage: G
SV Wilcox, wlfo and family, Slajor Ileu
Jiowliot and son, Win Wide, .1 F HlUon.
F L Leslie. J SleComick, MrsSlieiry
mid child. A MlnN. wife and 2 children,
M Jacpiith, wifo and 2 clijldicn, J Jl
Hyde, L Joseph, Win Steel, Sirs A
yiiyric, 2 ChIne-,0 and 20 Poitugue-c.
For Slaul and Hawaii, per U G Hall,
April 12 SlUses Lane (2), GeoGiay,
Mrs Wilght, Geo Alel-ano and wife, Sir
jlltehcock. U Spencer and 7 dock.
U'ho rretich bail: .Itillc, arrived this
afternoon, "t duvs from Xowwtle. X
jiff, wlth":S8 totw of coal for Wilder
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Kulakaua, Armstrong
llktno Morning Star. Turner
Jlktno l'lanter, I'enlmau
Hktno J A Falkenbnrg. F W dinger
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
HoitPi: men aio lamenting the poor
condition of tflo JCapiolani nice track.
Tin: S. S. Australia took 17,271
bags of hiigur, weighing 2,10.r),fiS8 lb.s.
and valued at 91,201.
Wnv don't tho Honolulu ci ickclors
invito tho Carolino boys to play n
iiifttcligamo of cricket?
Tin: Kiiinniou went on thd M'nrino
llnilwiiy this juoruing to repair her
.. - . ..
A JinuTisn of tho Women's Dhurch
Aid Society- will bo held at tho Snn-
slav School lloom of St. Andiow's
Oiitlictlval on Thiundny, Mth iiiht.,ut
2:30 o'clock l'. ii.
Kkaria' every vctfcel in tho harbor,
especially tbobo of tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.
woro gaily decorated with flagn,
wliilo tho S. S. Australia was depart
ing this noon.
I. i m -
Majok irondoishot tlrnmnjed htic
nesfrfully to a juvenilo aiulienco at
tho Killo armory yestoiday nfternoon,
but tho evening's enteitainincnt at
lho Opera IIouso did not como ofl'.
Tin: "Hawaii Govornmont Gazette"
nnnounees that "it has pleabed Jlis
Majestv tho King to appoint Miss
Anno llamlin l'arko a Knight Com
panion of tho Koyal Older of Kapio-lani.-"
A numbof of uvea ciinio rushing
into town last livening, at about 7
o'yok, asking wheic's tho i'uo? They
looked "Bohl" when informed that
"ICauinahapili chinics wcio ringing,
jtnd not tho ilto bolls.
Itp.i'oiir says that n literally ailor
iiboaid tho Caioljuo is about to write
a voluino entitled "Tho Hawaiian
I'oodle-dog liiakes faces at tho Ufltihh
Lion." JJepoit further hij'h that tho
i-ailor was htiired up to this dibit by
lho action of a guaid tho other day.
Mit. J. W. JlcDonald" was lust even
ing appointed ansislant foicnmn of
(ho Faeillu lloso Company. Tho
other appoinliiienls inado were
Messrs. U. Oidonstein; A. II. llnto-nau,-W.
JI. McLean, and C. W.
Xeiglcr, as a coiiunilteo to leeoin
inond to tho company at ne.t moot
Jug, a inonth henco, a list of suitable
candidates for tho elections in Juno
of Chief Engineer ami Fiist and
.Second Ai-sihlantit of tho Honolulu
CUriAis' Aim strong, lately ninstor
of tlio bark Kalakaua, was accom
panied by a police ofllcer to tho
vessel this afternoon to get his per
sonal baggage therefrom.
Fatiikii Fouzot, Sirs. Halstcad,
Slimier Aimstiong, W. Wall, E. V.
l'rcgton, CMiiin hung, E. S. Iloiden,
E. I'. Iloiden, U. C. Williams, Col.
Spaulding, If. 1. Haldwin, G. N.
WilOox, C. C. Konnedy and W. II.
dimming'', left by the steamer Kinau
A LITTLE RUN.
Durgess express team made things
hum in tlio Palace yard this morning.
The horse liccame frightened and
played circus about the yard, knock
ing down and i mining over a nativo
man, throwing trunks about tho
place, and when the fun was in its
height, broke part of the wagon and
bolted out through the gate. The
runiiway traveled about town in
lively style, winding up at tho O. S.
Twonly-llvc hydrants, like the one
tried a few months ago, at the head
of Eiiiiim street, linvo come and will
shortly he placed at points about tho
city, and where the new pipe lino
has been laid. Seventy-live more of
these hydrants will arrive hero in
tho courso of a month or two and in
time Honolulu will be thoroughly
supplied with them.
THE JAPANESE ACROBATS.
The Oriental acrobats, jugglers,
and balancers have returned Irom a
tour on the other Islands will make
their lc-appcarauce in Honolulu on
Thuisday evening next, in a tent tit
the back of the Shooting gallery.
Those talented artists, have, under
the diiection of Mr. Aldricli, ar
ranged a programme that ought to
ensure a liberal patronage.
THE JUBILEE CELEBRATION.
At Oahu College, yesterday, the,
celebration of the Missionary Jubi
lee was continued. The exercises
were under tho auspices of the Mis
sion Children's or Cousins' Soeietj'.
The rendering of the literary part of
the programme was followed by a
bountiful supply of edibles being
dispensed by an army of ladies.
Amongst the furniture within the
lunni, wcro some quaint specimens
of home-mado articles, noticeable
among which was a rocking chair,
the handiwork of the llev. II. Bing
ham, one of the first missionaries to
laud on these shores. The exorcises
comprised singing, prayer, and ad
dresses. A pleasant and profitable
afternoon was spent by all picsent.
HARPER'S WEEKLY SAYS.
Harper's Weekly of March 2Gtli,
contains the following: King Kala
kaua, of the Hawaiian Islands, has
ordeicdafast despatch steamer to
he built on tho Clyde, and has con
verted a Honolulu steamer into a
war-ship, mounting two gatling
guns and a small brccch-loading
canon. When the new loan is float
ed, Kalakaua will order u first-class
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing -10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewett, Merchant street,
mid Iliu.i.KTiN Ofllcc.
KEOLA TO THE FRONT.
Jas. Kcola, employod or tho P.
C. Advertiser as shipping clerk, has
about completed the translation of
a novel into tho Hawaiian language.
Tho English titlo of Keola's story is
"Tho Lightening Detective." a
blood-stirring yarn. The translator,
who is yet attending school, would
read ti chapter of tho story, as it is
in English, then translate it into
Hawaiian, in a condensed form.
Keola's work, which will be a pam
phlet of about 100 pages in good
size typo, will probably bo out next
Chimeo and a variety of familiar
tunes wcro rung on the Kaumaka
pili bells, last evening, as a prelude
to tho Hawaiian concert, which was
announced to begin at 7:tt0 o'clock.
Shortly after the bells ceased, the
Ifoyal Hawaiian Hand commenced,
and played three selections. These
were followed by vocal music,
consisting of solos, ducts, and
choruses, which were, for tho rnpst
part, acceptably rendered. Tho
conceit was under tlio patronage of
the King. Tho attendance was
Three weddings wcro celcbratpd
at St. Andrew's Cathedral yestotv
day. Tho first ceremony took place
at 2 i m., and was performed by
Urn Uev. Alex. Mackintosh who
united Kekii, aged 82, to a youny
lady' of 70 years of age. Later in
tho afternoon the Hishop of Ilpno
lulti joined in holy matrimony Wih
helm II enning of Knpaa, Kauai, and
Miss Uertha Stark. At 8 o'clock,
Fred. James Turner of Koloa,
Kauai, led to tho Hymeneal altar,
MUs Ida Jane McShane, tho cere
mony being consummated by the
liev. Acs Mackintosh,
Her Majesty's Donliiii
Royal Salucs from fchip and
Shortly after 11 o'clock this
morning Their Majesties the King
and Queen left tlio Palace for tho
Oceanic Company's wharf, attended
by OIHcera of His Majesty's slaff,
and followed by a host of well
wishers and retainers. On reaching
the wharf, where tho troops were
drawn up in line, they wcio royally
saluted by the battalion and tho
band. Never before has the
Oceanic wharf presented such n
sccno as it didto-day at noon. People
of nil classes and nationalities had
Hocked thither for the purpose of
taking a last farewell of Her Mn
jesty. There was assemblage of ladies,
both on tho wharf, mid on board
ship, all dressed in tlio gayest of
colors, l'lags were displayed in
abundance by tho shipping in
harbor; the lloyal Standard floating
prominently at the foremast head of
tlio S. S. Australia. Strains of
music resounded through the air,
wliilo the whole surroundings were
permeated with :i holiday-like feel
ing that prevails on a general holi
day. On arriving alongside the
vessel, and whilst ascending the
gangway, wailing and alohas were
tendered Her Majesty from all'
sides, which she graciously ac
knowledged with bows to the right
and left. The King and Queen
went on board together, arm and
arm, while the band played tho
Following Their Majesties were
PrinccssLiliuokalani and Lictitcn-ant-Gencral
Domitiis, His Majesty's
Ministers, members of the staff and
a host of loyal followers. The num
bers of natives who stretched out a
hand to "The Governor" and his
Royal Spouso was a convincing
proof of the love and admiration
that tho Hawaiian public have for
the Heir Apparent and General
Once on board, the decks of the
Australia, main and huiricanc, were
covered with a moving mass of living
mortals. A few tears were shed as
the final kiss was given in sonic
quarters, whilst a few turned their
back on their native land with an
air of indifference. At this touch
ing moment, the ever ready IJergcr
increased somewhat the lachiymuse
flow of the ladies, by playing tho
melancholy strains of "Down the
Swaneo liibbcr." As the clock
sounded twelve, the lines were cast
off, and the voyage commenced.
The vessel swung round, and in a few
moments, was headed tor tho chan
nel. The attending vessels, the J.
A. Cummins and the Elcu, the
former having tho band on board,
and the latter, His Majesty and a
host of ladies, also cast off and
steamed outwards keeping as close
as practicable to foreign bound
tourists. Passing II. 13. M.'s S.
Caroline, a royal saluto was fired by
tlio corvette and the Hawaiian flag
was saluted by tho Uritisli man-of-war.
The compliment was duly re
turned, tho band joining in witli
"God Save the Queen." Soon the
Bell buoy was readied apd the mo
ment of a final parting approached.
Throughout those last moment,
Her Majesty i was conspicuous by
her bonnet of deep mourning, and
the pongee ulster that she wore,
leaning over the vessel's rail and
waving her handkerchief.
Three screeching whistles were
given by each steamer, and as tlio
Elcu and Cummins turned home
wards, cheer after cheer was inter
changed. A special cheer was
given for Paul, whoso last words
were, "This is not like the Chamber
lcin's olllce, it is terribly dry."
Hi3 Majesty was accompanied by
His Ex. G. W. Merrill and Mrs.
Merrill, on board tho Elcu.
By ono o'clock the wharf was
reached by tho returning party and
Honolulu once moro presented its
lion Voyaye to Her Majesty and
The order of the Star of Oceanic
has been bestowed on Lieutenant
General Dominis, Col. C. P. Iaukea,
Col. J. II. Boyd, Commodore
Dickerson, Sam. Nowlein, and
another whose name wo have not
known. GoUl and silver medals
wcro presented to thirty of His
Majesty's servants this morning.
MR. AND MRS; H. W. SCHMIDT "AT
Among tlio many pleasant events
that have taken place icceutly n this
city, tho "At Homo" of Mr. and
Mrs. II. "W. Schmidt, yesterday,
Occupies a prominent place in the
On a recent tour to Europe, Mr,
Schmidt availed himself of tho op
portunity of proem ing a unique as
sortment of household gems and
works of art, with which lie has
rpnovatcd and embellished his resi
dence on Hcretnnlu street. Ex
quisito taste has been displaypd
throughout, evidencing that Mrs.
Schmidt had n voice in selecting
many articles of vertu. Passing
through tho drawing room and
facing Waikiki-wards, is an ex
quisitely appointed side room, in
which arc Uvo largo stained glass
windows, each one beating a beauti
ful representation ofitlio arts, scien
ces, commerce, &o., and the center
one, mi artistically designed mono
gram of tho host.' Tlio most cosy
S. EHRLICH, 63
and quaint room, however, is ono
fitted up in the old German style, in
which nro many solid oak carvings,
and also some wise German pro
verbs. Early in the afternoon, His Ma
jesty honored Consul Schmidt by
his presence, and later on, calls
were made by His Majesty's Minis
ters, foreign Diplomatic and Con
sular representatives and their ladies,
and a long nrray of visitors, all of
whom wcro welcomed and hospit
ably entertained by the host and
The Itayal Hawaiian Band was
present, and discoursed delightful
music dining the afternoon.
HAWAIIAH HOTEL CONCERT.
A prominent feature connected
with the Band concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, last night, was an ad
dition of about 150 new Japaneso
lanterns to the front of the main
building. Somo of them were of
different designs and shapes from
those formerly in use, and were ar
ranged in a way to produce a pleas
ing picture. Tlio band had been
"blowing" nearly all day first at
the Palace in the morning, then dur
ing the afternoon at Mr. Schmidt's
residence, and at Kaumakapili
Church immediately before coming
to the Hotel. So it is natural to
suppose that its members were ap
proaching exhaustion. There was
no indication of it, however, in the
music, which was lively and inspirit
ing. A heavy shower of rain during
the evening interfered somewhat
with the attendance of the general
public. The Hotel guests and many
Honolulu people occupied tho bal
conies, enjoying tho music and the
atmosphere. The concert was com
plimentary to Wr. Sheafe, Esq., a
Boston gentleman, and lady rela
tives, all of whom have been here on
a visit, and left by the Australia
to-day on the homeward trip.
Last Sunday morning, (April
3rd) a native, in a btatc of intoxica
tion, in Li hue, was met by tlio
Policeman Benito, who ordered him
to follow him to the lockup, because
he was noisy and troublesome. Ho
refused to go, threatened the police
man, and finally struck him several
times. Benito struck bun over the
mouth in self-defense, and called to
Mrs. Kico, who was just returning
from church, to witness tho affair.
On Monday, the prisoner was ar
raigned in Court, and, though Mrs.
Kico bore testimony vindicating the
policeman, tho offender was lined
only 81 and costs of Court, for his
disorderly conduct. The wise. ludgo
Kala rendering this decision owing
to tlio dafciiso made by the nblo
Kalaioua, who was' defeated in the
last election. Tho following day
tlio native sued the policeman for
assault and battery, to the amount
of 200, and the case was postponed
until Friday. On that day, the
parties appeared in Court, when for
somo paltry reason the judge post
poned it again until next Tuesday.
An apparent reasdfi was gjven, but
tho true causp for that delay being
that Kala Is under the influence of a
kahuna, who ordered him to render
his decision next week. What this
decision will be, is pretty clear, for
the kahuna is Kalaiona's uncle, and
naturally the policeman will have to
pay damages. The latter, howovor,
will lake the case to a higher Court.
Now, that a licensed saloon is to be
opened in Nawiliwili, whero will
peace and protection come from, if
policemen nro not to arrpst tho
brawlers? And this is nativo Jus
OUR REPRESENTATIVE TO THE QUEEN'S
Qillo a nuiiber of the passengers
from here by tho Australia to-day,
are intending to go through to Eng
land, to bo there at the Queen Vic
toria Jubilee demonstrations in tho
mouth of Juno next. In fact, some
have gone expressly for that pur
pose., Tho Daily Uuu.ktin wi bp
represented at that festive season
by Mr. T. C. Wills, who re-visits his
native laud, Inking along with him
his little daughter Matilda, after an
nbsenco of about thirteen years.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Will appear in To-Morrow's BULLETIN.
and 65 Fort Street,
Mr. Wills goes for recreation, and
as the Special Correspondent of this
paper. In due time, we expect to
furnish our readers with interesting
sketches of the doings at the Queen's
KniTon Buixutin: I nm very
glad to notice that the Eagle House,
on Nuuanu Avenue, has inaugurated
the building of a substantial grauito
side-walk, (5 feet wide and 105 feet
long in front of premises. If the
rest of the occupants of dwellings
kept their fronts as clean and
watered twice a day, what a boon
for all concerned. Vox Porui.i
1 J LI JL.II1UJ
The last suggestion made with re
ference to this year's jubilee must
carry off the palm for grandncss of
conception. It is no less than that
tho Queen or some members of the
Boyal Family should stait on a Boyal
Progress throughout the United
Kingdom. At the conclusion of
this an extended Imperial Progress
might be made to the great appan
age of tho Empire to Australia, to
Canada and to India. It is averred
that in these days of quick and easy
travelling such a Progress would not
he impracticable. Much cnthu
siam would bo awakened, and the
effect of sucli a journey would no
doubt be great. But how is it to be
done? The Queen might possibly
be induced to travel in State through
these Islands, and no further. The
suggestion of an English sovereign,
convoyed by her licet, going forth
upon the scis to visit her distant
possessions may be grand in the ex
treme, but it is impossible of execu
tion. Even if Her Majesty were
willing to undertake such a
journey, there arc State obstacles
which could not be overcome, The
Princo and Princess of Wales
might, however, easily start on such
a Progress. Their presepco in tlio
Colonics would awake enthusiam,
second only to tho presence of the
Queen. By all means, then, let n
serious effort bo made to carry out
an Imperial Progress through them.
THE USE OF CLUE IN ICE-CREAM.
Tho occasional illness rosnlting
from eating cheap ice-cream may be
traced, according to a writer in the
Sanitary Jlrtt to glue. Tho use of
gelatine to prevent ice-cream from
losing form and melting down
rapidly, is desirable and even neces
sary, mid where good gelatine, such
as is prepared for food purposes,
employed, no objection could be
raised. But close competition and
the greed of gain tempt manufactur
ers of the cream to buy glue at a
less price as a substitute for gela
tine. The cream-makers nro usu
ally ignorant that antiseptics (which
aro nearly nil poisonous) are fre
quently employed by glue-mnnufac-turcrs
to prevent decomposition of
tho very perislialdo materials from
which the glue is made.- Tlio cream
maker docs not usually state tiiat
ho wants gluo for making h(to ice
cream, and so tlo seller hts no op
portunity to warn or advise, and the
oreani-makor uses tho glue and
wonders why it makes people sick.
1 rf LBS. Probh HomcMmlo Chew
lUw ing Ktlnhp, or fo.-allnl Ur.
hers' rolop, mill fah, delicious Vanilla
anil Chocilnto Creams which I gunran.
tco to bo I'xr superior and sold cheaper
than niry Imported, nt Y. IIOKN'S I'loif
cer Steam Candy Factory and llikery
ud Ico (Jroim Parlor. 85lf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
ollurcd for sale by GON&ALVES &
CO, Queen Stiect. ul
E HAVE Just received per Aus-
iraiiii a nuw mt or Aitlsts' jju-
torlih, Khony Whitb,
Frames, Itimio Frai
are better prepared than over to mulio
Cornices anil Picture l'raino, limine
Hie largest anil hut selected stock or
Mouldings in thu Kingdom. Kixa
linos.' Aiit Btoiik. 81
I)K. FMNt'H llHAltT ltKMKUY is a
Specific) for all forms of Hoart l)is
ciifo and iiIeo for DitteiiHCs of Kidnoys
and Oircultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. Uoiibon Kmiili &
Co., Aejonts. ' U5t
IMFORTUU ASD DKALCR IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats.and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Gandy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE.CREAEl PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to reccivo orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil oases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former''
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kanichameha IV, Knmcliaincha V, and
Lunalilo, nnd having tlio honor of supplying the present royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
l'ractlcnl Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornamcntcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No." 71 Hotel Street,
Botwoen Hotel and Nuuanu Stroots,
Both Telephones No 74- (05 3m) Honolulu, H. I,
From tho Tcraplo of Fashion at Rrcatly reduced ratm, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Tlicso goods aro llrat class In every respect and consist of nil grades and oual,
Itlcs of n
Mini, Unliable for the Bid aid Poor ale;
In often Ing them to our customer wo would nioit respectfully draw their at
tention to tlio fuot Unit wo nrc'givlng them tli-j bmtlUof our obea'p bjriAin ard
invito tho pulillo In general to ijivu us a cill and exumlno tl.cas goods beforo nur
chnslng clsowlicro. Ourusunl lluo of '
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need especial comment. 50
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE Ss CO., LUNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
UW Sole at Xfcea&oiiable
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