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For Spring Summer Clothing,
For Fauoy Goods & Trimmings,
Bargains in Embroideries,
Barg'ns in Embroid'cd Dresses,
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TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1888.
Bktiio Mary Whikclmiui from Han Finu-
Ilk O D Uryaut from Sun Fianotsco
S S Auatrnlla for San I-rnneUco at noon
Stinr LlkcllUc for Kahulttl and way
ports at 0 in
Stinr Mlkahala for Kanai at 5 p in
Btnir Lcliua for Ilniuukua at 0 p in
15k Deiitschhuul for Kan Fi-niicisuo
Schr Halcakala for Pepeckeo
Fer Maui mid Hawaii, pur steamer
Klniiii, May 7 i or Volcano: It Hay,
Miss Hay, Mrs Pllllcr, W 11 Hpooner. J
II Maby, and K M Starkey. For lillo
and way por s : .1 w naiua aim wiie.
J Knlaimi and wife, Hoiib.I U Kawainut
and APKalaukoa. .Major W U loin
well, John M Dowctt and biide, G I
V ilder and wife, .lulcs Tnvernlcr, (! II
Wells, Mis Kynnctslcy. Miss M Low,
Mis 11 It Miiomrlaiie, It W Poduioie,
Mailon Stovir, Vis Xleoll, Mis 11 G
Tieadway and cldld, ir Uockbiirn and
wife, Mi Hycrolt, A Fernandez and
wife, Mr Cok'buin and wife,and about 70
For Kauai, per steamer JameiMnkec,
May 7th Jn Lovell and Mrs G ller
beit. For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer W
G Hull. May 7th O . iiam and wife,
Hon II Kuihclani and wife. Miss 1)
Laknnti, Mrs Kngeis, Major J 1 Kahale
wai and CO deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
May 8th Kov I Goodell, .us W A
Johnson and child, A Kldeis, wife and
child, Mi-ss L Vos, G Galbrath, Mis W
"Wagoner and child, MUs M Miigtdrc,
Mrs A T I abbitt, V Sti-gcmaun and
wife, Capt Kempff, Lieut ooie. Sol
Epbilam. Mis. I A ICenncdy and elii d,
Mis Kiikland, Dr Parker and wife, C A
G Gunning, Mis Logan and daughter,
Mas er Arthur Loga , MiiS l'cttlboiic,
Mrs Rogers, Miss 11 Day. K MeKeuio,
wife and 3 children, Mrs do la Veigtie
and son, Master W Itieo, Mis Wilcox,
M U Augustine, J It and K V Low, Mis
Paira and child. C 11 Whetinorc, Miss
Ada Joiie, DrGiuvaiid wife, MrsL A
Baron and child. P Feck, ( apt G W
"Willfong, W It Gould and wife, Miss F
Momoe, Win Gerstle, II Ranjcs, Miss F
Swaiizy, A Young, Jr, F K ls!p and
wife, J Hue', and wi o, A O i'arlcy,
wife and 2 childieii. Miss M Hopper, B
W Purvis, F Geoige, A IJeibeit and
wife, F W MoCheMioj" A M 11 ewe t, A
J Iivlne, NatbanM ooke, G West,
Mb-s Dunlap. Steeiage: G Sandunian,
H Mudis, J Uilten, s itouiey. .miiuki,
M Dougheity, F Kverson. II .Moig.in. C
Egbert. J Fitzgei.ild, W U eggesends,
F Bosking1 T Off, F lalton, wife aud
3 children, AV II Coles and daughter, J
II Congdon, J It Hall day, E V Winston,
J D Merry, P Nelson, A" Johnson, wife
aud 5 children, JN Cliri.-tensou, wife
and-lehildicn, F Fmtado, wife and 4
childieii, M Baitcllo, wife aud -1 child
ren, M Licouut, wife and 2 children, A
Itocke, wife and C children, H Hradlcy,
Mrs D McGregor and child, B D Town
aud sou, 10 Uliluainou and 82 Poitu
guese. " SHIPPING MOTES.
The S S Australia took for San Fiau
cisco this noon, 24,135 bah sugar, 2,500
bags lice, :!.171 bunches bananas, 75S
bdls gicen liides. 5.') dry hides, 11 bills
goat skins, 7 bdls sheep skins, 188
empty kegs, 2 bags coffee, and 21 1 bags
sweet potatoes. Value 8138,700.0-1.
The baik W B Godfrey sailed for iran
Francisco this afternoon, taking 18,174
bas sugar, weighing 2,113,181 lbs, and
valued at 03,01)15.73.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A canary bin! was caught by Po
lice Officer David Moohonua last
A laugh brat-s door key was picked
up in Emma. Squaio hist evening,
and awaits the owner at this office.
Timcii Ciiinnnienfo'r having opium
in nossesiiioii, and u dibobedient wa-
hine, wcio the ancsts by
up to noon ta-day.
Tun sale of real estate, situated in
Mimoa valley, by Jas. F. Morgan this
morning, resulted in Pekelo becom
ing the pnrehas-er of the property
Tin: Russian man-of-war Razboy
nio will tail for Nagasaki on Satui
day. Tlfis evening the officers will
hold a farewell gathering of a few
special acquaintances, on boaid ship.
Tin: bark C. D. Biyant which ar
rived this morning fiom S.in Fran
cisco this morning had lough weath
er. Her port bulwaiks, midships,
woio Move in. She biought iihoiso
for Captain Clunuy.
Tin:itK will bo a wi calling Japanese
tournament at tho Mtibic Hull on
Thursday evening, May 17th. Any
Japanese desiring to paiticipato in
tho tournament can have their names
entcied by applying at the Japanese
stoie, King stieot.
Suven Hawaiian Mormons, Kaha
nanui, carpenter, ago fiO years, and
his wife Elena, ago 30; Liloa, labor
er, age 18, and his wife Lucy, ago 17 ;
James, laborer, ago 17, and his wife
Jennie, ago 10, and Kapela, laboior,
ago 50, no wife, departed by tho b.uk
W. U. Godfioy this afternoon for
"Now that you arc going to marry
my daughter I would like to know
something of your habits." "Very
well, sir." "Do you smoke or
chew?" Never did either in my life."
t-T)o you drink?" "No sir. I don't
drink, or gamble, patronize horse-
' .. ..:?. .. ,....i i ,..,,!,.. iii-
raCCS, 01 swum, mi mini nuoiijr nv;i-
uttirc. And now, after the wedding,
where would you advioc me to live V
lIn heaven, iny sou.'
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Co. 1$ Honolulu Kiflcs
for drill at 7:30 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F. meets
in its hull, Fort street, at, 7:!i0
Meeting of Court Lunalilo No.
(iGOO, A. O. of F. in the hall of the
Oahu Lodge K. of P., at 7:30
Geo. W. Dc Long Tost G. A. R.
meets in Harmony Hall at 7:30
o'cldck. Business of importance in
connection with the observance of
Meeting of the Anti-Asiatic
Olllcers of the Honolulu Rifles
will meet ut 7:30 o'clock, at the
Next Thursday, May 10th, is
Ascension Day, a festival day
solemnly kept by the Roman Catho
lic Church, as n memorial of the day
when our Lord Jesus Christ, 40 days
after His resurrection, ascended up
into Heaven, from Mount Olive in
prescusc of His disciples and many
other witnesses, after having given
His Apostles the commission of
teaching and baptizing all nations.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral of
Honolulu, low masses with holy com
munion at G and 7 a. it. High
pontifical mass at 10 a. m. Con
firmation at 3 i. si., followed by
Rosary and Benediction of tho M.
CHANGE THE ORDER.
"For goodness sake, reporter,
said a passenger clerk, "don't copj
the names in the same order as they
are in the book, because I'll lose
the last fragments of hair 1 have
"Why, don't you enter the names
in the order in which applications
for passage come?
Certainly we do. The first who
comes is the first name to go down,
and ho on.
How is that going to affect your
Well, ten minutes after the paper
is out with the list of passengers
going by the steamer, some woman
will pounce upon me and maul me
unmercifully, because some other
woman's name is before hers. When
she has satisfied her vengeance,
another comes in for the same pur
pose. So for goocness sake, Re
porter, change the order of the
names that I may blame it on you.
They are afraid to tackle a reporter,
because he can give it back to them
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The departure of the S. S. Aus
tralia for San Francisco this noon,
was, in all probability, the biggest
send off yet. The steamer took
237 passengers 78 in the cabin and
139 in the steerage. Fully GOO peo
ple were on the wharf to sec the
steamer off. The band was in at
tendance, and, as usual, played
well. The flower vendors must
have reaped a harvest, judging from
the decorations of the passengers.
The steamer was delayed 20 min
utes waiting for the mail, which
having come, was put on board the
ship in a lively style, and in a few
moments the steamer was moving
away from the wharf. There was a
late passenger, a Portuguese as
usual, who was hauled up at the
bow of the steamer.
The value of the domestic prod
uce taken by the S. S. Australia
was S238, 700.04. The quantity of
bananas taken by her was extra
large, (3171 bunches.)
BALCONY AND WINDOW GARDENING.
Naturally enough, being of British
origin, our city dwellers try their
skill iu their particular lines, often,
we regret to say, with much ill-success.
Why we do not succeed mivy
be retold the old story that the
sun is too hot when allowed to plajr
its full force on the flowerpots, when
exposed either on window-sills or on
balconies. To make window and
balcony gardening a pleasure, the
grower should always have recepta
cles wherein io plunge tho pots.
These surrounded by moss or tan
will so keep the roots moist and cool
that plant cultivation under these
conditions should then bo a pleas
ure. For balcony and windows
plain wooden structures should not
be allowed. Thoy should he cover
ed over with what is termed virgin
cork, and in tho special way of bal
cony gardening, neat rustic affairs
may bo made to imitato what is
termed rockwork. What to plant
will depend on position, as in sunny
aspects sun-loving plants must he
selected, and in shady situations
the reverse. As a matter of rule,
all plants, when cultivated under
Bitch conditions, dislike high winds;
theiefore, iu this description of
ol gardening, unless a temporary
shelter can be supplied when such
occurs, it will bo useless to attempt
to cultivato plants. Nearly akin to
balcony plant cultivation is the
bubhhouse. Wo again caution those
who may cultivate plants in such
structures of the necessity of having
shelves filled with either tan or
cocoanut fibre, so that thoro may nl
ways ho a mnistnesa under the pots ;
and also so much better would It bo
if tho plants could he either par
tially or totally plunged iu the same
material. Sydney Mail.
THE ASSAULT GASE.
Ah l'o, who assaulted Sam Bailey
with a knife on tho steamer twaluni
yesterday morning, was lined 830
and sent to prison, at hard labor,
for 30 days, in tho Police Court this
morning : It socms that Ah l'o was
taking Ilailey's breakfast to him
that morning, when tho oread fell
off the plate onto the deck of the
vessel. Bailey picked up the bread
and saying, it; why don't you
give mc a plato for the biead, and,
walking into the galley, was taking
a plato when the Chinaman swore ut
him. A short scitille ensued duiing
which four plates were broken. All
l'o not having got the best of tho
tussle, threw a hatchet at Bailey, as
tho latter was about to retire from
the galley. Dodging the hatchet,
Bailey went for tho celestial, who
react ing a big butcher knife, cut
Bailey's elbow and then his back as
he was i (treating. Alt l'o was
shortly afterwatds arrested with the
above result. The wounds Bailey
teccived, were not dangetous but
were nevertheless painful and re
quired medical attention.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Ti'Usday, May 8th.
Daniel Kaleialii et. al. vs. Kektta
wela et. al., ejectment. Jury
waived, April term. Recess 11:38
a. m. until 1 i'. m.
W. A. Kinney for plaintiffs; M.
Thompson for Kekuawcla and Ka
heananui ; F. M. Hatch for Kukaiau
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONI A" TWHNY-I IVB CUNTS IT.lt POUND.
Iiritated tlnoats and annoying
coughs ate quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Hoin. Plenty of testi
Nothing is easier in this woild
than for a man to "go to the dogs."
And one may insensibly glide into a
position of social degradation, from
which it is impossible loiise without
help. How many wrecks of human
ity know this to their cost? Fitcnds
who will help one in prosperity are
generally conspicuous only by their
absence in Hie time ol tuUersity.
Probably no man is so utteily help
less as the discharged criminal. His
relations, if he ever had any, and
they are lespectable, he is ashamed
to meet. Goodly people pass liini
by. The brand of Cain seems to be
upon his brow, and there appears to
be nothing for him to do but to go
from bad to wore, and to die, as he
has lately lived, in gaol. Besides
walking the street with a "big
drum" aud flaring lights, and
preaching at each corners, the Sal
vation Army people do other, and
certainly on the face it, equally
creditable work. Two important
institutions arc maintained by them.
One is the Prison-gate Brigade
Home and the other a home devoted
to the reform of fallen women.
Both arc sustained chiefly by volun
tary contributions ; and although
somewhat strange for the balvation
Army they are woiked quietly and
unostentatiously, both- unquestion
ably are the means of doing great
good. All the well-known zeal of
the Army is thrown into both under
takings, and persons who once re
form are afterwards kept iu touch
by them as long as possible. It
would appear that the Female Re
fuge is, of the two institutions, moie
generously subscribed to by the
public. In a city like Sydney there
is, it is sad to say, very great scope
for a work of this kind, and the
women who undertake this "mis
sion of women to women" must be
brave as well as practical. In this
way, at least, the Arm' can claim
public sympathy, and ought as
suredly to receive public support.
BURIALS IN HEW GUINEA.
A new Guinea boy was seized and
eaten by one of the many ctocodilcs
that prey upon the coasls of the
island. His sorrowing parents slew
the offending monster, and, rescuing
tho half of their beloved son, which
was still uneaten, they greedily de
voured it iu their grief When their
kindred die they hang them it) or
lay them on a framework of bam
boos for tho sun to cleanse the bones
of flesh, While this is going on
they watch near tho corpse, and at
intei'va's, when their griel becomes
too much for them, thoy visit it and
smear their bodies all over with tho
juices that are dtopping from the
dead body. When decay has done
itb work tho bones tiro cleaned aud
some of them buried, whilo others
are worn as ornaments by the sur
vivors, and tho skulls decorate their
houses. In other tribes the bodies
are buried in a sitting postute up to
the neck, and a vessel is placed over
the head. In these cases the skull
alone is prepared for ornament, the
eest of tho body beiug left beneath
' ,i. in in i j
It is a little strange that among
all tho eminent men who have re
cently wtiUi'ti of "books which have
helped me" none should have men
tioned tho dictionary,
New Shades in Dress Goods,
The Arcade-EfiAN & CO.
SHE MADE HER TAILOR WEEP.
Quite recently it happened that a
lady who was disappointed in tho
fit of an expensive tailor-made gar
ment, took it hack to tho littlo man
who made it and rather oloqitontly
berated him for tho errors which
were only too patent in the cut. In
stead of attempting to pcrsuado her
to the contrary, the unhappy tailor
Inn st into tears, and throwing him
self down on a chair, admitted, with
many sobs, that it was all wrong.
Here was n comical situation. Tho
liuly knew not what to say, while
the little Frenchman, whoso skill
has been acknowledged in many
directions, cried like a worn-out
woman. He said, with much truth
and not a little pathos, that the
ladies had become so very particu
lar ho could no longer please them ;
that he had mado jackets and
dresses and mistakes for them al
ways, but now he could bear no
more. A heart of steel would have
been melted at this outburst of
"nerves," and this lady, who is full
of sympathy, forgot her own giiev
auce in the" effort to comfort and
console lit in. After an hour's hard
work he became somewhat com
posed, and it is hoped, encouraged
lor the future by her friendly and
disinterested advice. She says,
however, that it will be a long time
before she recovers from the al
together novel sensation of apolo
gising for what was not her own
fault. Boston Herald.
She has passed away
Like a gentlo breath,
And her eves ate closed with the sleep
The leaves on the tiees will lluttcr and
1 nil the drifting snow will cover all,
But she will peacefully calmly rest,
For ever happy.
By angels blest.
JuM; in the spring
Tender, and loving, and wise and good,
All i too good lor the sinttii eauii!
Only tiie angels knew her worth,
to they called her unto thctn,
Decking her brow
With a diadem.
Better to smile
YVheu such a life
Give up the battle of earthly strife.
Better to know that her tasks aic done,
Tiials ended and glory won;
Teats aie vain when a soul so blight
Wings its way
To the gates of light.
She has passed away
But her sweet good-will,
Like a fr.iiiiant odor lingers still.
The tender lesson that uieinoiy biings
The memory of patience o'er us llings.
e learn to follow the path she trod,
To bo mote like her,
Who has gone to God.
BOILED IN A BATHTUB.
nipr.viticABLU nxrniurcKOB or a Chi
"I had been suffering for some
time," said the narrator of the story,
"ftom a sort of nervous exhaustion,
which, without greatly reducing my
bodily sttength, left mc in a state of
paralysis of the will and extreme
and constant weariness. One day I
had got into the bathtub and had
sunk into a sort of agreeable stupor,
allowing the hot water to run slowly,
raising the temperature moment by
moment, and all tho time adding to
the sense of dull physical delight
that I was in. I had not slept more
than forty-eight hours, and, as you
may imagine, this condition of deli
cious repose soon had its natural
effect in putting me to sleep. And
the hot water was slowly and stead
ily running all the time. I shall
never know how long I slept; it
ma' havo been no more than two
minutes, but it seemed to mo, when
Itnally woke, with a fearful sense
tfiat I was being boiled alive, that I
must have been asleep an hour, and
that during that time the tempcra
tute of tho water had risen to at
least the boiling point. I knew per
fectly well that 1 was being slowly
boiled to death and perhaps not so
very slowly either. My first impulse
was to cry for help. I opened my
lips to shriek, but my voice seemed
as if paralyzed in my throat. I
could not utter a single sound I
What was 1 to do? I could see the
boiling water slowly, noiselessly,
pouring in, My agony was becom
ing most intense. My head was on
fire, my senses reeled, my memory
set up a frightful dance of torturing
reminisccncis; I felt even a certain
pleasure when I became awaie that
I was fainting ; that it would boon
be all over.
"But suddenly my Binking senses
seemed to lally. I opened my oyes
again, aud all at once this thought
came into my head :
" 'Why not get out of tho tub?
"I had not thought of that before.
I sprang up with a mighty bound
and lauded on my feet iu tho middle
of tho room. Tho air fairly drifted
iu clouds from ' the surface of the
water in the bathtub. Sick and
faint as I was, I could not refrain
from laughing one long maniacal
laugh. And 1 assure you, my dear
boy, you are tho first mnn to whom
I cyer related this incident since the
day of its occurrence." Chicago
A liobton woman who used to pay
$75 pur year for kid gloves now get';
along with three pairs. TJeasom
llcr husband bought her a diamond
It is greatly to be feared that hot
ting and gambling arc assuming pro
portions more and more set ions.
Ilero wc may appeal to the facts
brought out by tho private Inquiries
of a newspaper commission. The
British Weekly has been publishing
a scries of articles under the head
of "Tempted London." Heie we
read that "it is difllcult Io realize
how wide a hold the habit of betting
has upon tho young men of London."
Beginning with sweepstakes in al
most every warehouse, shop and of
fice for the Derby or the Oxford
and Cambridge boat race, it deve
lops into an eager hunting for Hips'
from 'horsey' persons and 'knowing'
barmaids, and into absorbing study
of sporting newspapers, till in servant-men
and clciks and shopmen it
often culminates iu fraud, embezzle
ment, forgery, theft, disgrace and
final ruin. Gambling, loo, with all
its consequent evils, is greatly on
the increase. "There is scarce a
district in the metropolis in which
gambling clubs do not exist. From
Haiupstead to Cambonvell, from
Bayswatcr to Clcrkcnwell, in side
streets and main tliorotighfaics, it is
not too much to say that wherever
you may be standing you arc not
more than live or ten minutes walk
from a gambling house. In these
dens, and by them, thousands of
men reduce themselves, and, what
is more, those dependent on them,
to various degrees of wretchedness
and misery." Archdeacon Fartar,
in the Fortnightly Review.
JL The bust paper
$5 per annum.
to bend iibioml
H'TY CARRIAGE COMPANY.
J This Company is aum leoign
nized and pi spared to accommodate the
traveling public to any put of the eit
and suburbs. (.Jood carnages and atten
tive drivcts. Stand: Jlctolinnt and Fort
sttcets. Ring up Telephone Mutual
457 and Bell -119. iil U
X 'M columns.
purely loc.il mauer-1-
1 1 forei'ii countries, .j per
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
L advortii-o it in the Dau.v Bni.r.i'n.v.
IF YOU really want your money V
worth of tho finest HoincMailo
French and Plain C.uidics tho most
Delicious lec Cream", or F.incv and
Plain Cakes, call at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, lijkcty and Ice Croam
Parlors, established IBM, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. V. Houx, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cool; mid Oum
tnenter. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 1G tf
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Island subscription, SIpei annum
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL largest circulation of any paper
ptiuted in this Kingdom
CO cents per
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Goes to every hamlet mid illiige
in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hnvu lust received ev Austnilia
another lot of that, PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BELR" in kegs which they
are offering to their cu-toiners. Ill w
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X evening paper. 00 cent per month
?INEST BRANrJs OF CALT
JL lonua Port, Madeira aud Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
01 Queen sticet.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be gratefully receiv
ed for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Uospitnl for Lepers al Kaktiako,
or at tho Leper Stttlmunt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhottse, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Berctania street near Pllkoi.
(Formerly McGuire'a House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and Geiman taught, aud
Mtibic LessoiiK given.
A eafo conveyance will oall for and re-
turn children living .it a dls-tunce.
72 Miuiuil Telephone No, 501. pirn
Reading Room Association.
Cur. Hotel it Alakcu MtixolH.
Open every Day and Fvcniug.
Tho Library consists at tho piesent
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Keadiug Itooui is supplied with
about llfty of the lending newspaper
A Parlor Is piovhlcd for convcitatlon
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
Jionth, payable (juaiterly in advance.
No formality leuuhed In joining except
signing the roll.
titruncerd from foreiirn cotmtiiesand
visitors It oni tho other islands am wel
come to tho rooms at all limes as guests.
This Association liavlin; no ip"iilar
.means of suppett except tho dues of
mcuiuers, u is expected uiai icsiueuis
of Honolulu who desho lo avail them
selves of Its privileges, and nil who feel
an Interest in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
aud beoomo icgiilar coutilbiilors.
A. J.OAJtTU'ltlOirr, I'res.,
M. M. SCO'lT, Vlcu-l'ic-hlont,
II. A. PAUMLLin:, KecioUry,
O. T. ItODGFIlS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Llbiary Committee,
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torch oug Laces will be
sold at an Immense Keduction. 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 Led Hock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth3 iu Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
fn HLI!w J hwB
COMPLETE LIME OF
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
H JQ M K l?
Arc receiving- by every incoming- steamer from San
Fiiitnre, Glairs, Pianos, Mm, Pictures,
Bird Cages, Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
PIANOS and "OSLWOT.'X'CJItE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNSGES & FRAMES
Always on Hand "and Mado lo Order.
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & 00.'S, 105 Fort Street,
to the Ladies !
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