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J Barfns iii Embroid'ed Dresses, I Bargains in Embroideries, For Fancy Goods & Trimmings, Hew Shades in Dress Goods, I For Spring Summer Clothing, II
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Stmr Mlkahala fioin Kauai
Stmr Lelimi fiom llmii.tkitii
Sehr Mary Foster from KuUaluu
Sehr Maiy fiom tluuilcl
Sehr Hoi Wahlne fiom Hawaii
-May 7 .
Schr Haleakalit-Iioin Pepeekco
May 7 , ,
Stmr Kinaii for tho Voleano ami way
poits at 4 p in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokil at 5 p in
Minr W G Hull for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Sin pi No for Ilnwnll
Bk Alice Mniy for tlakoi's Isluul
Pehr Kaalokal for Lalialua
Sehr MuiiuoUwai for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
S S Aii'ttalia for San Ki.iucUco nt noon
Stmr LlkclNo for Knliulul and way
porta at ." p in
Stmr Mikah.il.i for K.iuai at 5 p m
Stmr Lt'lum for llaiiiiikua at S p m
Bk Dcutsehland forS.in Fi.inoisoo
Sehr Haleakul.i foi Pepeekco
Fiom Kauiil, per steamer Mlkahala,
May 0th Sir Gould and wife, Mis O M
White, Mis L Dtishalsky, 1U1T t'mvN,
H C Noiton. :t hlncso and 03 deck
For S.m Fi.ineNro, per himed.i, May
fi LB Weir, Mi Ktillei and daughter,
MNs 11 Foster, CaptGFGai laud, B A
Judson, W Gi.iy.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mikahala 3,353 bag sugar, 21 head of
cattle, 1 cow, 1 calf, 13 gieen hides
and GO bags lire
TMary Foster 1,(500 bags sugar.
JLchuii 2,G00 1) igs sugar.
Halc.ik.ila 1,1S1 bags sugar.
The value of thce.ugo taken by the
S S Alameda f i oin this poit, May Otli,
The Kilauc.i Hon will be due heie
from llaiuakua, M sugar on Wednes
day the 0th inl
The baik Dcuti-cliluid which came to
the poit a month or so ago, dismasted
and dNiiianthd, has been lelltted and
-w ill sail to-moi i ow w ith a load of sugar
and lice for S.m Kiaiioisco.
The Biitish baik Alice Maiy. which
came heie iceently w ith coal fiom New
castle, X. S. W., cle.ued to-day for
Bakei's Island. The Alice Maiy took
froin this port 12." mats of lice, 5 cases
of Hour, 82 eases of biead, 3 eases of
ciacked wheat and 300 pieces of lumbci,
shipped by T. II. D.ivies A: Co., to
Baker's Island Guano Company. At
Bakei's Wand tho Alice Maiy will load
guano foi Tasmania.
Tho Tlios. Bell Is taking in sugar at
The steamer W G Hall came off the
Maiinc Kailw.iy this morning and
docked at the Inter-Island wli.uf.
The Moining Still isieociung a new
fov-topmast, her o'd one being lottcn.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun steamship Australia will sail
for San Francisco at noon to-monow.
Cold diinks and aitistic pio
grammes at Emma Square this oven-
inS- . ..
Only ono mill is i mining at llaka
lau, Hawaii, now, and that will be
through giinding for the season in
about six weeks.
There were no dogs in tho Station
Houso at 0 o'clock this moining.
Thoso which weie not ledcemed by
their owners weie killed.
A meeting of the Anti-Asiatic
"Union will be held to-moirow night,
to hear the committee's leport of tho
confeience with tho Planters' Labor
and Supply Co.
In the hundied-yaid foot race be
tween .T. L. Toibert, of this city, and
F. Hallett, nt Makiki, on Satuiday
afternoon, the 5th, tho former came
in 3 yards ahead.
, . --
A mjau was held af'Sweet Homo,"
corner of Nuuaiiu and Judd stieets,
complinientaiy to Mis. Fniloy,
diuightei of Col. Judd, hist Saturday.
Mis. A. F. Judd was hostess of the
The moitgagee's sale of tho Pacific
Navigation Co.'s building, at tho Toot
of Nuuanu stieet, by Jns. F.Morgan,
on Saturday tho 5th, staitcd at $2,500
and was knocked down at $5,200, to
the Trustees of Lunalilo Estate.
Mil. N. Shennan's horse Ivnnhoc,
Jr., won tho race against Mr. It.
Davis' horboJtfellio,at Kapiolani Pail;
on Saturday htbt. Ivunhoo innde tho
three quartern of iv milo in 1:25$,
beating tho Nellie oer lio lengths.
Mil. W. Sheldon, customs officer
for tho island of Maui, has mado
anotlior opium seuui o. Tho lot con
sisted of 25 tins, ami was the pio
nnrtv of a Chinaman named Ah
Choy. It went fiom Honolulu in tho
Mokolii, and tn t-ei.ed either at
Laliitina or Olownlu.
A j.auoe squad of sailois fiom tho
Japanete man-of-war woroashoio thiH
morning for dull. All their evolu
tions weio peifonncd by Ihooound of
tho buglo ; not a word of command
except to the buglers (of which there
wero four) could bo he.ud. They
presented a eiy cicditablo appeai
auice. Q. Foiinandi:. who has been occu
pying tho attention of tho Police
Court for seu-i.il days past on a
eltnrgo of wiitiug an aitielo in tho
Poituguese paper, "Liiho Hawniiano,"
libeling J. Medua, was committed on
Satuidav, tho 5th inst., to the Su
premo Com t for tiiul on tho clmrgo
Tin: lacc-horso llnncock was of
fered ul auction by Mr. Lewis J.
Levey this noon, but was not sold.
A i.Aiioi; boiler for Jlnna mill,
Kauai, will bo shipped fiom the
by foundiy the Mikahala to-monow.
Jin. John Lyciirges hna full power
of attorney to act in matters of busi
ness for P. (I. Caniiuinos, during tho
hitter's absence from tho kingdom.
A scitooxnn lay off poit hist night
on account of not being nblo to see
tho green guide light, which was
made invisible by tho glare of elec
Tin: Bteamei W. G. Hall will sail
for Muni and Hawaii at 5 o'clock this
cetiing and will lettun to Honolulu
Satuiday moining. Mr. Cluis. Hi
lani will go by tho Hull to join the
King nt Kailua.
Somi: deafening yells weie heard
in the (Ishmarket this afternoon, and
tho icinity was all confusion. Run
ning to tho place, two Chinamen
weru seen in a wagon diawn by two
holies and both celestials pulling on
tho reins foi deai life. The hoises
weio stopped just in tho nick of time.
Mi.sshs. G. Maikham and A. G.
Giliilhin succeeded in finding (51 tins
nioio of opium on the S. S. Austin
lin, at 11:30 o'clock on Sunday mottl
ing. They stinted to woik at the bow
of tho vessel eaily in tho ccning,
dot finding anything until they
reached tho stern at the lime above
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Ilaunony Lodgo I. O. O. F. meets
in its hall, King street, at 7:30
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and
A. M., meets in its hall corner of
Queen and Foit stieets, at 7:30
Book-keeping class meets at the
Y. M. C. A., at 7 o'clock.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
The Royal Hawaiian Eaml will play
this evening at Emma Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Oveituie riench Comedy Bcl.i
Walt. Southern Bieec Meisler
Finnic Sti.ulella Flolow
Iteininiscenccs of Donizetti.... Godficy
Mauoa, l'u.i Al.ml me Kaplolani.
Medley Ye Olden Times.
Ballad Li Paloma
Waltz Moining Papers .,
. . Bcj cr
U-Qundiille Bon Jour
OFF THIS EVENING.
The following persons will leave
at 4 o'clock this evening by the
steamer Kinau. For the Volcano:
R. Hay, Miss Hay, Mis. Pellist, T.
M. Starkcy and J. II. Maby. For
other places: Mrs Kinneisly, Miss
M Low, Mrs. II. Mucfarlanc, Mr.
Podmorc, A. 1 Kalaukoa, G. P.
Wilder, Mrs. Ntcoll, W. II. Corn
well, Mrs. Trcadway and child, J.
Kalama and wife, Mr. Cockburn,
wife and child, Mr. J. Dowsett and
bride, Mr. Rycroff, A. Fernandez
and wife, and Marie Stover.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
I1Y r.. J. LEVEY.
Continuance of the credit sale, at
BY .T. V. MOUGAN,
At his sales room, at 10 a.
m , a
valuable lot of ical estate
at Puulena, Manoa Valley.
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
The entertainment given by
Blue Ribbon League in the Y. M. C.
A. hall Saturday night, was well
attended. Readings by Mr. Gowan
and Miss Prescott were excellent.
Miss Prescott showed to advantage
as a well and carefully trained elocu
tionist. The piano solo by Miss M.
Hopper, and song by Rev I. Good
ell, weie effectively rendered and
loudly applauded. The address by
the Rev. I. Goodell was in pait a
review of the temperance work in
Ilainakua, Hawaii, during the past
The ciedit sale of dry, staple,
and fauc3r goods, by older of
Messrs. T. II. Davies & Co., will bo
continued to-morrow, at tho auction
sales looms of Mr. L. J. Levey,
corner of Queen and Fort streets.
These goods are a superior lot, and
weio only put on tho maikct to
make room for remodelling tho
store. They nio all new, having
been received ex late ai rivals, and
embrace everything icquiied in a
well appointed stoic.
Monday, May 7.
Manuel do Rego, a young Portu
guese man fiom Kauai, was tried on
a cluu go of seduction in the Police
Couit this morning, with closed
doors, and ' was committed to the
Supremo Court. Mr. W. O. Smith
for the piosecution; Mr. W. A.
Kinney for defendant.
Eight cases of diuiikeuncss weie
fined SO each and one was contin
ued. rpHE ONLY
the Kingdom "'lhe
CO cents per mouth.
JL HfcK in
MR. AND MRS. W. R. GOULD.
Mr. and Mis. W. It. Gould, of
Boston, Mass., ntc on a visit to these
islands. They have been here lliroo
or four week's, employing their time
in a way to seo as much as possiblo
dining their stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould wont to the
Volcano by tho last tijp of tho AW
G. Hall, and finding tho ciater
active, weie well rewarded for their
journey. Ilaleniaumaii was cocied
with u dark coating of slightly cooled
lava, when the tourists fit st descended
into the crater, but in a few minutes
it became a surging mass of liquid
(ire, sending up columns of molten
lava and Itaiisllxing the spectators
with wonderment. Mr. and Mis.
Gould speak favorably of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo, who hao chat go of tho
hotel at runaluti, and of Mr. Many,
manager of the Volcano House.
During last week, Mr. and Mrs.
Gould went to Kauai, and weie tho
guests of Mr. V. II. Iticc, of Lihue,
by whom they weie shown many of
tho intci esting view s that that Island
can boast of.
These people have thoioughly en
joyed their visit to the Hawaiian
islands, and will take with them on
their return home by the Austtalia
mementos in the shape of numerous
photogtaphs, native woods and
Harry Byng's 9how at tho Riiles'
Armoiy on Saturdry night, the otli
instant, afforded amusement to a
large concouisc of people. Two
sparring matches, with gloves, were
watched with intense iuteicsl. A
faicieal set to between two coloicd
men convulsed the crowd with up
roarious laughter. Instead of
gloves, the contestants pounded
each other with bullocks' bladders,
blown full of wind. Two sailors
fiom the Coimoraut gave exhibi
tions of jig dancing, which langed
several degrees above the aveiagc.
The Japanese wiestling wastpitited,
but of slioit duration, the competi
tors being unequally matched.
Harry Byng sang a song ; and in
stiumejital music by a squad of the
Hawaiian band boys, and vocal
music, with guitar accompaniments,
1)3' a native glee club, were inters
persed between aits thioughout the
c cuing. The wind-up of the pio
grammo was an horn's go-as-you-please
-foot lace, between Joe Ca
milla and George Washington.
This e cut was not conducted in a
manner satisfactoty to those who
desiied fair play. Gtotgo had ap
parently made up his mind to win,
and to accomplish that object did
not sciuple to go out of his way to
impede Joe, besides making scvcial
short cuts act oss the hall to over
take his competitor.
JAPANESE Y. M. C. A.
The lcgular monthly business
meeting was held at Queen Emma
Hall on Saturday evening, the 5th.
Thcie were tweiitj'-seven members
present out of sixty-seven on the
roll. Mr. T. Sliiini.u presented his
report of his lccent visits to tho Jap
anesc laborers on Hawaii. He is to go
to Maui next week. The Educational
Committee weie nuthoiicd to make
arrangements with Miss Abby F.
Johnson to teach English three ee
nings each week, the school to be
fiee and the expenses defrayed by
The Finance Committee were ic
quested to make a change in the
newspapers now sent to the Read
The Committee on Religious woik
were instructed to consider the pio
pricty of printing and dtstiibuting
giatis a lithogiaphed leaflet in Jap
anese. Arrangements weie an
nounced for the nett literary and
social meeting to be held on the
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
By the S. S. Austialia.on Tues
day next: Capt. Kempff, Lieuten
ant Moore, Rev. I. Goodell, It.
Gould and wife, Miss Maty Mc
Gu'ue, Mrs. William Wegener and
infant, J. A. Buck and wife, A.
Young Jr., Miss Dunlap, Miss Mad
den, Mrs. Pniro and infant, Mis. II.
A. Johnson and child, J. It. Low,
R. A. Low, II. Renjcs, Mrs. Logan
and daughter, Arthur Logan, Miss
E. C. Smith, A. Herbert and wife,
E. K. Alsip and wife, E. W. Pur
vis, Miss K. Wilcox, P. Peck, Mus
ter W. Rice, Mr. and Mis. do la
Verque, Win. Gersttc, Miss Wilcox,
Mrs. A. Y. Babbitt, V. Stegeiiiann
and wife, Sol. Epphraim, Miss
Louisa Voss, Aug. Killers, wife and
J child., Mrs, Rogers, Miss Day,
Miss N. Pettibono, Mis. Dr. Gioy,
Misses A. Jones and M. Hooper,
Mrs. Kirkland, Mis. J. A. Kennedy
and child, Miss Swau.v, Mis. Far
ley and 2 children, C. W. Whet
lnoi o, At chic G. Gunning, It. Mo
Kon.ie, wife and It children, M.
B. Augiistino, F. W. McChes
ney, Nathaniel Cook and A. I. Ir
vine. The last two persons came
by tho S. S. Alaineda and are going
to stay over until Tuesday.
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY 'IWi:.NY-nVK C'i:.NTH I'KU 1'OUNI).
Iiritated throats and annoying
coughs aio quickly mlioved hy the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to ho
found at tho Pioneer Slc.uii Curdy
Factory of F. lloin, Monty of testi
ASSAULT WITH A KNIFE.
At G:80 o'clock this moining Sam
Bailey, an oiler on the steamor Iwa
lani, and the cook of tho vessel, a
Chinaman, got into tin alteication
and now the cook is locked np on a
chaigc of assault with a deadly
weapon. Along butcher knife is
said to have been used by tho China
man who chased lluiloy about the
ship, slabbing him in the groin.
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDI
DATES. Washington, Apiil 23 Shennan's
friends claim that Governor Foraker
is honest, and they accept his
declaration as well as the action of
the Ohio Convention as final. Alli
son is not making any canvass.
Gicsham's movements aro not re
garded setiouly hero. Most Re
publicans, Senators included, favor
the candidacy or General Harri
son, if any Indiana man is chosen.
I'obcit Lincoln is not spoken of
much as a candidate. He is not in
special favor with politicians, to
whose class lie never really belong
ed. General llawloj- is not much
talked about as a candidate. Some
Pacific Coast men are much opposed
to him because of his position on
tho Chinese question. Dcpcw, it is
admitted, would excito enthusiasm
and secure a larcc vote in New-
York; but Republicans fiom the
Granger States are apptchensivc as
to the effect in their localities of
selecting tho Picsident of Vander
btlt's railroad for a loading place.
The conclusion is, so far as careful
observers here can ascertain, the
Republicans are simply drifting.
Pittsbutg, Apr. 23 The "Chroni
cle Tclegiaph" to-day claims to
have information of a bold scheme
to control the Republican Presiden
tial nomination. The plan is to
stampede the convention for Blaine,
with tho expectation that if he does
refuse the nomination his declination
will not be received until after the
adjournment of the convention. In
this event the National Committee
will be called upon to name the man.
The committee, it is claimed, is
controlled by those at the .bottom of
the scheme men bi ought into po
litical piominencc by their associa
tion with Blaine in previous cam
paigns. L'JUL"LH -1 L U
A GERMAN CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNITY .
The Aiuana Community in Iowa,
including a population of about
2,000, is an interesting illustiation
of the success of co-operative effort
among thrifty Germans. The set
tlement was begun in 1855 and the
colony now owns 20,000 acies of
land. lhe land forms a single
tow nship and the people are grouped
in seven villages. Each village is
a social and industrial unit, and has
a definite aica assigned to it for cul
tivation and pasturage. The govern
ment of the colony affaiis, as a
whole, is invested in a Board of
thirteen Trustees, while each village
has its Boaid of Elders, varying in
number from seven in the smallest
to eighteen in -the largest. The
central institution in each village is
the "store," which is a large gencial
retail establishment cairying grocc
nes, drugs, dry goods, cIothing,hats
and caps, hardware, etc. Its book
keeping is veiy elaborate, for, ex
cept in dealings with outsideis, the
colonists do not ordinarily use
money. Everything is done by a
system of accounts which aio kept
at the "stoic." The blacksmith
shop and the caipcnter shop have
accounts against the farm depart
ment which aie duly recorded on
the village books. Every family or
adult has an account at the "store,"
certayTi credits being apportioned to
all members by the elders at the
commencement of each year. Boarding-houses
furnish meals to members
in eaeli village in groups of from forty
to fifty each. Houses are assigned to
families by the elders, who provide
shelter for all. The community
conducts a number of mills and
manufacturing entei prises. f Pitts
MBS. STANTON'S BEGINNINC.
Mis. Kli.ahelh Cady Stanton re
cently told a story about the way
in which she began her work of re
forming the woild. When she was
a girl of 10 or 12, she used to sec
her father, Judge Cadj, administer
ing law from tho bench. She no
ticed that tho Judge, in laying down
the law or giving his decision, al
ways lofened to his law-hooks for
guidance. She set to work in his
library reading these books, and, ns
sho thought he could not say any
thing but what ho found there, she
carefully tore out and burned those
pages that contained principles or
decisions of which sho disapproved.
How could he, while on the bench
during a ttiul, mako an application
of anything not to bo seen in the
books by which he was guided? Sho
discovered a meat deal that was
offensive in every law-book that sho
inspected in the lihiary. Out came
the pages, which she cast into the
flro until tho book suited tier, and
sho felt sure that her father would
be compelled to con line himself to
such law as she loft. She kept on
at this work for a long while, until
she was caught at it ; hut by the timo
a gi eat part of Judge Cady 'a law li
brary had been spoiled in her effoit
to reform the woild. S. F. Call,
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a Jive
X evening paper, 60 cents per month
"Mrs. Cresar, I have
your Sam at school
Is ho sick r"
"Oh, no, missifs, but be was git
tin' too 'tarnal smart, an' .10 I took
hiin out. Reckon larnin' hain't good
for dat pickninny, nohow."
"ion must not entertain sucl
ideas, Mrs. Cmser ; with a fair edu
cation he might become President of
the United States."
"Sho, now, I don't kcer whedher
dat chilo is President or not. When
1 axes htm if he drank up dat quart
of milk, I don't want him to say
'nop, 'when I seed him do it with my
own eyes, an' then have dat brat
cggsplnin dat he drunk it down and
not up. Next thing he'll be tellin'
'round dat my old man stole an
armful of wood when he only bor
rowed it. No, missus, dat
can't go to school no mor'."
troit Free Press.
Thou who wouldst give, give
quickly. In tho grave thy loved ones
receive no kindness. Cailylo.
Give not reins to your inflamed
passions ; take time and a little de
lay. Impetuousity manages all
tilings badly. Statins.
EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH
BUNS, to-morrow, Saturday, Mny
Gth, at noou, at the Pioneer btenni O indy
Fnctoiy, Bakery and Jco Cream Kooms.
ITY, CARRIAGE COMPANY.
This Company is again icorgi
nl7ed mid prepared to necotnniodnto the
traveling public to any put of tho cit
and suburbs. Good carriages iind'ntteii.
tive drivers. Stand: Merchant and Fort
streets. Ring up Telephone Mutuil
157 and Hell 119. 31 I w
IF YOU really wnnt jour money's
worth of tho finest Home Made
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Phiin Cakes, call nt tho Plonear Steam
Cundy Factory, Biikcrv and Ice Cieuni
Parlors, established 1803, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. IIoun, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
montcr. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUrLDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill,
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL largest circulation ot any paper
printed in this Kingdom. GO cents per
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huve just received e Aiibtuilia
another lot of thai "PllILAPCU'IIIA
LAGEH I5EKR" in keg, which they
are oll'eiing to their cumomeis. 31 lw
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALl
J. forma Port, Madeira mid Malaga,
for sale in kegs nnd casts by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
01 Queen btrect.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be gratefully leceiv.
eil for tho tnu of t lie inmatoM of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepcis at ICnknako,
or nt the Leper Bettlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Wntcrkouse, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. Wet tf
MISS. P. TUIEIjE,
On Berctania stieet near I'iikoi.
(Formeily MiGuirn't. Ilotist,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lc3sons given.
A safe conveyance will cull for and ic-
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 501. ("iim
COTTAGES TO IjET.
TWO COTTAGES fully
appointed, btuulif' lly
located, within fi minutes'
walk of the Post Olllcc. An opportu
nlty seldom offered lo secure n comfort,
ablo homo within easy reach of the
business part of tho city. For parti
culars inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGEN'CY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWKBX Plikoi and Kco
auinoku strecti, lot runs
through to Kinnu stuet, 100
fert frontage. Good pasturage. Cottage
contains 0 rooms, ciirringe houso ard
itubles for 3 or 4 horaos. Kent $.'0 per
motitl'. Apply to
J. E. BUOWN & CO..
(4 tf '.') Merchant street.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel X. Alnkcu SfrecJH.
Opeu every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at the piescut
time of oer Fle Thousand Volumes.
Tho Ilcndtdg Itoom is supplied with
about fifty of the leading nowi-pnpers
A Piulor Is piovided for comeisallou
Tonus of ineinbeishlp, llfty cents a
iinnth. nnvablo ntnirteilv in advance.
No formality lenulred lit joining cxeupt
signing me ion.
riti.ingcrs fiomfoicign countiicHand
visitors fiom the other islands aiewel
comu to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association tuning no tegular
means of simpoit except tho (flies of
membeis, It Is expected that icoldents
of Honolulu who desho to avail them
sches of its pilvlleges, and all who feel
an lutcicst in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, w ill put (low n their names
and become icgitlar rontilbutors.
A. J. OAUTWUIGHT, Pics.,
M. M. SCO'iT, Vieo-1'iesldent,
II. A. PAllMr.LKi:. Societaiy,
O. T. KODGKUS, M.D.,
Chairman Hull und Library Committee.
H U IS H M fc r" 'sfc W Ml M U Mrf Di M H WO "i Hp
ft ! 1
not been '
for some time. o W
63 & 65 FORT STREET. JH
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torch ong Laces will be
sold at an Immense .Reduction. Ladies are
invited to- call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which, we offer at Bed Hock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Are receiving by every incoming: steamer from San
Furniture, data, Pianos, (liars, Pictures,
13 a by Carriages,
Bird Cages, JJlc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
Sold on tho Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary
FOR SALE AT
WEST & CO.'S,
lo the Ladies !
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-151c, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
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