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The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods .
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MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1888.
Stmr Mlhahaia fiom Kauai
Stmr Kanla fiom Wuliilmi ami Wnlanao
Stmr Jus Mtikeo fiom Knpn.i
Stinr t It lllshop fiom K.ilmlul
Sehr lluloakala fiom PepieKco
Belir Maiy l o ter fiom ICu uliui
Sohr Llholllio from KuU.ilau
Sehr ICtialokai fiom Kiiu.il
bchr i Ulo Mollis fiom IvooUa
-uipiiso fiom Hawaii
Sclir Wnlehu fiom Kuan
USS Mm ion fiom bouth America
Schr Wuhn.ilu fiom llonoiiiu
Sclir Jctniic Wivlkci fiom tbo South Sea
Schr Maiy for llauulel
Sclir Kauikcaoull for KoluU nml Un
Schr Kiilamanii for I'apaiUou
Stnn Kln.iu foi llllo .mil A.iy ports at 4
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Austialla for San Ki.inclsco at noon
Btinr iikalmla for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Likelike for Kahulul and way ports
at 5 p in
Sitnr Kilauea Hon for Hainakua at 5
Stnirbuipilse for Laupahoehoe, Ono-
ine.1 and Papalkoti
Sclir Wuinulii for llonoinu
Tiom Hawaii, per steamer Surprise,
Teh 13 W W Goodalif, wife and serv
For SanlTiancisco. perS S Alameda,
Feb 11 M Locll, J b Cove, S Hush, W
B I ahoone, T K Tlnoscll, F Tluoscll,
Mis b Bush, J l'etioff, J Djcr, John T
AVaterhouse, jr, )r Webb and wife, K
AV rtilcox and wife, A L Biyan aud
wife, Go )N M.icoudiay, Dr Davis, E
Coinwoll, John Welsh, E H Walsh and
wife. Mii E C Damon.
Fiom Kauai, pel btcitncr Mlkahala,
Feb 11 G N W ileox, Hou W U Castle,
Hon A liosa, lion Paul Neumann, A K
Palekaluhi, J Thompson, F Loniadt, T
Irishman, C ipt J Kibbling, J F Column,
ADicieiaud wife, It W Iiwin, G O
Nakayama, T TaChiclil, K Katsuia, Miss
Coue.i, W E Dcveiell aud 'M deck pas
scngeis. Fiom K.ipia, Kauai, per Bteamer .Tas
Makcc, Fcbruaiy 12th Col Z SSpauld
Ing and 5 deck
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas M'.ikee 1,828 bags sugar
Schr Maiy Tostei l.COO bags sug.u.
bbhr Eiholiho 1,000 bags sugar.
Schr Kaalokai S00 bags sugai.
Stmr Mihalula 1,500 bags sugar and
100 bags pia.
Schr HaleaUala 1,200 bags suear.
Scbr Waimalu 1,100 bigs sugar.
Stmr Suipiise 1,400 b igb sugai.
The Mokolil Ins not yet anived.
" The Doia Bluhni is supposed to sail
fiom Hilo next Thiusday for San Trau
cisco The steamer Suipiisc was engaged
last Saturday in cai lying 1180 bags of
sugar, fiom Papaikou il ill to the Dora
Bluhni, and 100 bales of hay and 1,350
pkgs of miscellaneous niciclmndlse fiom
the schooner to Papaikou.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S Caiolinc, Sir AV Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Rear Aduihal Kimbeily
BkMln, Me' lone
Am tein G C Peikltis, Noidbeig,
Bktne Amelia, New hall
Bgntne Cousuelo,, Cousins
S si Austialia, Houdlett
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM F0REICN
UNclthsM'sZiheien Kinis, Jockc,
from S Amuica due .Alar 1-0
UnB Muiiou, fiom Soutli Ameilca,
due Ian 10-Jl
Am baik "Will AV' CasCj ltobeitson,
fiom San Fianclsco, due at Kabului,
II MMS Teiikuba, fiom Tahiti, duo
Ger bark Dputchland, fiom Bicmen,
salkd October 2Sth, duo Feb 1-20
Am bk Maltha Davis. F M Benson,
from I3oton, duo Mar 1
Am ship Mjbtic Uelle, Cooke, fiom
New Yoik, duo March 1-20
Biitbk St Thomas Bell, sailed fiom
Caidiff, October 22d, due Mai ch 1-20
Biitbk Natuna, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saianac, fiom San Fianclsco,
duo .Ian 1-10.
Am bk Lady Haiewood, fiom Hong
kong, due Deo 5-25
Ger bkll Piltzenl eig,from Ilonkong,
duo Deo 10-15
Anibktnor.uieka, Mcyeis, fiom San
rianeiico, due Jan 1-10
Am baik CO Whltmoio, from Poit
Towiibend, duo Jan 20-31.
USS Adams fiom Samoa, duo Feb
Ambk Bdwaid May, Joliuson, fiom
Hongkong, duo Jan 20-31.
Am bktuo Hittlo h Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb 1-0.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tub 8, S. Austialia will sail for
San Francibco to-morrow at noon.
A liiuo was seen off Laupahoohoo
last Thursday, standing to tlio noitli.
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Tun Post Oflico denpalohed by the
Alameda on Saturday, 3,801 lettuis
and 000 papeis.
Tun steamer Surprise passed the
U. S, 8. Marion in tlio channel last
night, but thought her one of tlio isl
'i i i i
Tim "Cheilund Monthly" for Janu
ary lias u papei on Kuiiiti, tlio Garden
Island of Hawaii, by Bertha F. Her
rick. Ma. lluiuy Davis advertises tlio
loss of a ied Australian jmnot fiom
his rchidouco, A liberal rowaul will
bo given for tlio iccovoiy of tlio
The Arcade-EGAN k CQ.
Cull nml llxnmlne the
$12,00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
TiiKKi: was no sitting of the Police
A 1 ine residence at Punahou is of
f ai ed for sale.
At 3 :10 o'clock v. m. a bark was
reported 12 miles northeast.
Quj:en Kapiolaui is holding a la
dies' tea-paity this afternoon.
Jin. Z. K. Meyers has taken the
plneo of Mr. O. Swain in the Post
Up to noon to-day, there were 27
in rests to bo tried in tlio Police Court
"VnsTions of tlio Molten Globo" is
now published and for sale at J. II.
Mr. II. P. Baldwin of Maui, lias a
notice in to-day's issue of importance
to breeders of stock.
It was Setli Green who discovered
that mullet ogss were laid in a roc.
New Orleans Picayune.
. , i . m i . .
A salute was fired from tho shoio
battery and men-of-war, this noon, in
honor of Coionation Day.
Mil. and Mrs. Bruco were arrested
to-day charged with assault and bat
teiy on Mrs. Bruce's niece, a girl of
11 years of age.
All tho merchantmen in tlio lur
bor had then flags flying, and the
mon-of-war wero gaily decorated with
bunting in honor of this day, (Coro
Yesterday wbb tlio fourteenth an
niversaiy of tlio King's ascension to
the throne. Government offices aio
closed to-day in celebration of the
Mil. John Markham will attend a
class of arithmetic next -Monday eve
ning and will bo taught that one and
one make one. Ho and Miss Dyer
aio to bo united in marriage.
A imroiiT from Hilo by the
sleamei Suiprisc, says that if no rain
falls there cry soon some "of the
mills will have to shut down for the
want of water.
By tho bteamer Suprisc, which ar
rived this moining fiom Hawaii, it is
leported that the amokostack of the
old Paahau mill was blown down last
Kev. A. S. .Houston, lormerly a
missionary on Ponape, now pastor at
Gilman, Iowa, has received a New
Year's present of a gold watch and
chain from his parishioners.
The U. S. S. Marion was rcpoitcd
oft" port at 7 o'clock this morning.
Later on she stood off for a short dis
tance and hove to. Some of her
spars are said to be missing.
The bark Min lias been rc-namedr
AV. 15. Godfrey, after the Superin
tendent of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., and has been put
undei tho Hawaiian Hag.
Mii. Sam Maqoy, (Hack Inspector)
has lost a pocktt book with a glazed
covei. Tho f'nulei will confer a favoi
by returning same to tho Police
Station, as it is of no use to anyone
but the owner.
It would not bo a bit surprising if
some generous-hearted person adopts
the suggestion about tho croquet
set, in tho aiticlo about Queen Emma
Hall, and makes a present to that in
OrncEit Larson was kept pretty
busy yesteiday in suppressing acci
dents that might have happened
through the explosion of firecrackers,
and looking on suburban roads for
IL.'ll, ,1 , Hff" flWEg
PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
"The Paradise of tho Pacific"
was issued last Saturday evening,
and a batch was sent abroad by the
Alameda. The edition was a large
one, and copies may still be had for
transmission by the Australia to
morrow. The issue is an excellent
ono, containing precisely what peo
ple abroad require to know in order
to be induced to pay us' a vjsit, A
judicious distribution of this paper
must result in spreading information
that cannot fail to increase travel in
Next AVednesdny, Fell. 15th, is
Ash-Wednesday, a day of public
pcuunco and humiliation through
the whole church of God ; so called
from the ceremony of blessing
ashes, wherewith tho priest signs tho
people with a cross on their fore
heads, giving them this wholesome
admonition, "Remember, man, that
dust thou art, and unto dust thou
shalt return," (Gen. 111:19), to
remind them of their mortality, and
prepaio tliein for the holy fast of
Lent; the ashes are mado of the
palms blessed the Palm Sunday be
fore. Ash-Wednesday is the first day
of Lent, called in Latin Quadra
gesima (holy season of 40 fasting
days), which is a grateful commemo
ration of Jesus Christ's fasting for
forty days in the desert.
Wednesday next, Feb, 15th, Ash
Wednesday, religious services at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Hono
lulu, at G and 7 a. m., wilh adminis
tration of the ashes blessed before
tho first mass.
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Vlni-Ht Custom Slndo Clotlilnc,
Ladlcfe' A. Gcnt'H J'hio Miooh.
Tlio Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square tills evening
commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
March Haw all NpI
Ovcitui e Festival
ItemlulsccncejJ of Balfe..
Medley Pleasaut Memoiics.
bchotilsche i'onl Sloi
Quiuhllle Melc Hawaii
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The annul meeting of the Blue
Ribbon League was held on Satur
day evening. The reports of the
Treasurer Mr. Walter Biasli and
Secretary J. C. Marchant were
icad and adopted. The election of
olliccrs for the ensuing jenr then
took place, which resulted in the
choice of the following: for Presi
Rov. H. II. Gowen, Mr. P. C.
Jones, vice-Prcsident; N. Logan,
Secretary; John Magoon, Tiea
surer ; Entertainment Committee,
Messrs. P. C. Jones, S. D. Fuller,
AV. O. Atwatcr, A. F. Cook and J.
P. Ingr.im ; Visiting Committee,
Messrs. J. J. McDonald, John Oat,
AV. S. Biash, L. M. White and
Alexander Lylc; Outlook Commit
tee, Messrs. J. A. Dower, AV. AV.
AVright, AVm. Phillips, L. P. Han
son, T. B. Murray, D. Douglas, A.
Moroff, C. C. McDougal, AV. S.
Terr- and AV. E. Herrick. The
different order of business weic in
terspersed with vocal and instru
mental music. After the election
of olliccrs refreshments were served
and the meeting dismissed.
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
To-morrow the S. S. Australia
will have a doleful send off. The
O. S. S. dock will bo still in quaran
tine and only those who aio going
away by the steamer will be allowed
within the gate, and they have to
get a, permit from the Board of
Health. Those taking leave of de
parting friends will have to embrace
them outside of the gateway and
then climb up on vessels near by
and waive adiou with theic, handker
chiefs. Following is the revised list
of passengers booked up to 1 o'clock
this afternoon to leave by the
steamer: Margaret Harden, E. AAr.
Peterson and wife, S. Foster, F M
Shiinp, C. F. Overbaugh, Sands
Foreman, J. V. Colman, J. J. Flynn,
II. F. Glade, R. McCrone, O. C.
Swain, A. AVatson, Miss AVatsoTi, A.
Ashheim, Mrs. AV. R. Seal and 2
children, Miss Nellie Brown, Miss
L. Louisson and about 75 Portu
guese. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.
Yesterday was a great day for
runaways, and in nearly eveiy in
stance Chinamen wore the sufferers.
Dr. Brodie's black horse, attached
to a brake and driven by the doctor's
China boy, thiew the boy out and
ran against Brewer &Co.'s buHding,
Queen street. The animal was not
killed outright, but it was so badly
hurt that it kicked and moaned all
day. At 5 o'clock last evening a
dray took the injured animal away.
A runaway Chines hack having
been stopped by Officer Hopkins,
the latter got in, and was driving
when the reins broke and the animal
again ran away. Hopkins jumped
Several Chinese express carriages
ware smashed up on the Pal am a
A young man, while riding horse
back yesterday, was run away with
and thrown off.
A collision occurred on Nuuanu
Avenue, and a dead horse resulted.
QUEEN EMMA HALL.
The Japanese Y. M. C. A. held
its regular monthly meeting last
Saturday evening. Tho standing
committees presented their rcpoits,
and two essa3'S were read, one by
Mr. Fujita, in English, on the study
of history ; the other in Japauose,
by M. Nakuni, taking the scriptural
command, "Thou shalt lovo thy
neighbor as thyself," and showing
how the man, who had no sympathy
with his fellows, had no neighbors.
Arrangements weio made for a
reception for tlio new Japancso
helper from San Francisco, Mr. T.
Shimizu, to be given at Queen
Emma Hall next Saturday evening.
A Sunday afternoon school in En
glish has been begun with Mr. Bid
well as Superintendent, The ques
tion of employing an experienced
teacher to teach an evening school
in English, was discussed ; but no
dciinilo conclusion readied. An
interesting paper from Mrs. Ando
was readiat a former meeting, telling
of a little Japanese boy whobc father
had been put In prison, who bravely
supported tho family by his own
efforts, till his father was released.
The Japanese women of tho Method
ist Mission in San Francisco have
sent a largo quarto bible to Mrs.
Ando, as an acknowledgement of
her charitable work for tho Japancso
immigrants in connection with tho
Japanese Mutual Benefit Union.
Tho attendance on the Hawaiian
Blue Ribhou League keeps up re
markably well. It was organized
Feb. 18," lbb7, and Judge Judd has
presided at almost every meeting
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
VItli tlio KliH'Ht IHH'iluy of UoodM
oipr HllOWIl III tlllN HIiiriIoiiw
since the organization. Four took
tho pledge last Friday evoning.
Addresses wero made by Mcssis.
AV. AV. Hall and C. G. Jackson.
The Saturday evening previous
there was an exhibition of Magic
lantern pictures, views in America,
scenes in the life of our Lord, the
story of the bottle. This last is a
scries of object lessons on the evils
of intemperance, and lias had a
maiked effect on Ilawuiians, who
have seen the pictures and heard.
Miss Mary Green's graphic delinea
tions of the troubles drink is uink
ing. Tho picture of the Annuncia
tion was by chance, very effective,
as the Hawaiinns noticed at first
sight, that the angel who appeared
to the Virgin Mary had a blue
Besidct this Friday evening tem
perance meeting and Saturday even
ing entoitainments, there is a sing
ing school on Monday, a debating
society on Tuesday, a bible class on
Wednesday. Some of tho diagrams
recently received by Mr. F. AV. Da
mon from the London Religious
Ti act Society, make the lessons on
"The tabernacle and its teachings,"
very effective in vivid presentation
of religious truth. Tho debate last
Tuesday evening was in legard to
the right of the government .sum
marily to dismiss an official, with
out charges made and proven against
his official integrity and success.
The ground is being pi epared for
croquet, and the "Kaiulani JCroquet
Club" will be glad to receive the
gift of a croquet set. Paits of old
sets can bo utilized, if any of the
readers of the Buixktin hae balls,
mallets or hoops, which they would
like to have put to good use.
TIlE SANDWICH ISLANDS ILT.USTltATLD
IK tflE V. M. C. A. KOOM.
The lectin e loom of the Y. M. C.
A. was well filled last evening with
an audience that listened attentively
and with pleasure to the instructive
and interesting lecture on the Sand
wich Islands, given by G. D. Gil
man of Gilman Bros., wholesale
druggists of Boston. The lecturer
had spent twenty years of his life
on the islands and was thoroughly
familiar with his subject and his ex
planation of the different scenes
which were illustrated by beautiful
stereopticon views had the advan
tage of being given by one who had
been there himself. The lecturer
spoke of the lapid advance of civil
ization which had been made on
these islands, showing the common
stiaw houses of the natives which
are now comparatively things of the
past and are in the shape of curiosi
ties or relics of tho half civilized
period. The straw has given way
to California lumber and some of
the churches. Views were given of
the stores, the parliament house,
palaces, hospitals, Y. M. C. A.
building, the post olllcc (out of
which 5000 letters and 3000 papeis
are mailed semi-monthly) and many
other public buildings. A telephone
pole in one of the views led the
lecturer to state tho fact that Hono
lulu had more telephone subscribers
in propoition to her inhabitants than
any city excopt one in this country.
Views wero given of; tlio canoes
single and double and of the stoam
ships which were now used in their
place. Portraits of the royal family
showed intelligent faces which need
ed not the history of their work for
the good of the islanders to prove
that they had advanced.to a remark
able degree in modern civilization.
The riding drosses of the ladies
showed common senso which is
rarely shown in this country on like
occasions. Bcaulful landscapes
with their tropical trees, mountains
with frightful precipices, cascades
and waterfalls as magnificent as
those in the Yosemitc valley, all ex
cited the admiration of the audience.
A picture of natives coasting on
boards on the top of a high bleaker
made tho boys vow to stick to their
double runners and an icy lull. A
view of tho Lord's prayer written in
Hawaiian was highly intu eating to
language students. At the end of
the lecture a number of colored
views were given of the crater of
"Mauna Loa" in various stages of
action with the blood red lava pour
ing down its sides. The pictures
were grand and gavo ono some idea
of the frightful scene which is pre
sented on the occasion of an erup
tion. The lccturo closed with views
of tho crater and beds of lava, the
last view being tho farewell Ha
waiian word "Aloha." Evening
Mail, Jan. 17.
iau.1 nijjg immws
VALUE OF FOREIGN SILVER COINS.
Washington, Dec. 28. The Direc
tor of the Mint has estimated tho
values of the standard coins of the
various nations of tho world, to be
proclaimed by tho Secietary of the
Treasurer on the 1st of January.
! As heretofore, the values of the gold
i coins have been ascertained by com
paring the amount of pure gold m
such coins, with the amount in the
gold dollar of the United States, and
in countries of the doublo standard
the silver coins liavo been given the
same valuation as the gold coins,
Tho values of tho silver coins of
countries having a silver standard
have been reckoned at the market
value of the pure silver in London
for the three months ended tho 21th
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
KcwStocU, IiiitcHt HI jles o milt tho
W. WW.II .1 II. I ll. ...l. !... I MM
of December. The avotagc price
of silver for this period, with ex
chango at par, was SO.DGG-lo per
ounce fine, a declino from the sarao
period of last year of 3 89-100 cents
per ounce fine. This occasioned re
ductions in the valuations of the fol
lowing coins from January 1, 1887:
Tho florin of Austria from 85.0
cents to S4.5 cents.
The boliviano of Bolivia from 72.7
The sucre of Ecuador from 72.7
The rupee of India from 3I.G to
The silver yen of Japan from 78. -1
The dollar of Mexico from 79 to
The sol of Pel u from 72.7 to
The ruble of Russia fiom 58.2 to
Tho mahbub of Tripoli from G5.G
The peso of tho United Statos of
Columbia from 72.7 to G9.9.
The bolivar of Venezuela from
19.3 to 14.
Heretofore Venezuela hns had the
double standard, but by the law of
May 27, 1887, silver was made the
standard of aluc.
Tlio Diicctor has also estimated
the values of the monetaiy unit of
the Central American States, Gua
temala, Honduias, and Nicaragua,
the silver peso, the value given it.
being ii9.9 cents.
Inquiring Father What I'se like
ter know, yo' 'oncry child, is how
you's able ter smoak cigahs when
jou ole father kin only smoke his
pipe? Forward Son I'se ain't got
no children to suppoi t.
A Blessed Year Miss Ethel And
so you are really engaged to Mr.
Sampson, Clara? MissClaia (blush
ing) Yes; it all happened last
evening, Ethel. Miss Ethel AVhat
a blessing leap year is, dear!
friNEST BRANDS OF CAL1
JL forma Port, Alndeiia and Malagu,
for salo in kej;" nnd ca'-o by
GONSAj,rES &. CO.,
01 Qnccu ftrcol.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' M ill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
j rooms, No. 4 Utuduu Lam.-, tliu
becond door fiom Union meet. Applj
ou the premises l if
CLEAN RAGS nu second hand
clothing will be gratefully lectiv
eil for the use of the inuhitcs of I ho
Branch Hospital for Lipcr at KnKiiakn,
or at the Leper Sittlmont on Molokai,
if left with J T. AValerhoase, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. Ufcf tf
J. C. MARCHANT,
(Successor to T. Q. Thrum)
Book-binder, Paper-ruler & Blank
Friend Building, llelhel btrcet, Hono
03 lulu. if
J. A. DOWEK,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improved facilities, is prepared
to Ull orders at xhort notice.
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
Having removed hei Dressmaking
Mo. 17 Emma St.,
AVill be pleased together fiiunds and
patroiiB there from nnd afici Januaiy
Mutual Tclophcno 404- ; Bell 410.
BAGGAGE Expiess and Drayman.
Stand on King, neir coiner (.f
Kort stitet. Mutual Ti phoi o BC5
All kind of u.riliig faithfully au I
promptly attended to. I-'uridiuru moved
Hnd Ctiiefully humlhd. If youwiniu
wagon oi dray, jou will find it to our
udvuntago to ring up Telephone 5U3.
JV jou want jour phino rebufTid, re.
tilted oi tuned by u icciileni tuner,
leave j-our orders at G. AVi.pt & C'o.'h
Music Store, 105 Fort btivet. Satisfac.
tlon guaranteed. 5,1 'dr
THE undersigned familiar with tho
managi-wcHt of the outshk -plan,
talion work eeeka an engagement as
head luuu. Address, ,
01 8N Kugle UoUbO,
WING WO TA1 & CO,
itl Xiiuanii Htrect,
Have just rucired rx binir "Alameda,"
n c'.iolcu lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
Silk Sathcs, Sandalwood Fans,ic, fie,
Also laigo line of
China Mattimr, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunin, Ha tun C'hain,
Japuneboticieciis, l'ruvhlomt, &c,
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63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GREAT BARGAIN IN LADIES' 1MRWM !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK 111 THAT DEPARTMENT.
Ecincnibcr the above mentioned articles "will be sold
at Bueb prices
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 05 F0ET STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Colleclois, Real Estate, Firo & Life Insurance
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchango Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books anil Accounts uccuratih Kept nnd nopcrly adjusted.
Collections 111 n i e. u p oi.il attention an 1 return1; promptly made.
Convoyancinff a Specialty. lUcoriis soarcliol and correct Abstracts of Titlo
Lesjal Documents and Papers of every dtsoription carefully drawn and hand.
mmuH cnpri s ed.
Copying and Translating iu all languages in general ure U this Kingdom.
Real Eatate bought and sol 1. Tines raid and Piopeity safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land letted .ind rented, aud rents collected.
Fire and Life Insuranca rffuteil in Aim oli Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business trama ted whh accuracy and dispitch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions soliciud for Publishers.
Any Article purchased oi fold uu most fatorablu terms.
later-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
Z2T All Business entrusted to our care will rccolvo prompt and faithful attention at
Having hnd an extensive bn-iu-s exj erlcncc for over tv.enty.flve years in
Now York City and elsewhere, we feel compctont to attend to all business of an
intriouo and'eomphcated nature, or requiting tact and discretion, nnd rispeetfully
tollch a tilth
Bill Telephone No 274.
Telephone Jtotli Companies ill. p. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO 111 FORT.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
PHLSII GOODS from California on ICU, by each bteamer of the O. S. S. Co.
A COUIM.LrK II.SK OK . -" .
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JP8T HKCUlVKl) KX ".CM.A.NDIA"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of W. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which vvo oflcr to ihu Puollo at HKASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh Now Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By (.irh an hul from New Zealand SOMETHING PINE,
AiP!G TASCEi STOCK!
Just Received at
CominisiiHj tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOEGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
UVu fiUxlcs at .TR.ea,Hona,lle 3?rioes
1502 .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL:
fftlP J?3 iS $& ! 1 1 fi AI I
63 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
XIi-vimn. BusincRW Accncy.
B. F. EF-LERS & CO.
Hollister & Go.'s
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