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For Spring Summer Clothing,
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Bargains in Embroideries,
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1888.
. Mny 12
SS Zealimdla fiom Sau Frnuolseo cu
W louto or tlio Colonies
Stiur W G Hull fiom Hawaii and Maui
StmrJas Makeo from ICapaa
Stinr nlalealc from Kanal
Stinr C K Bishop from Hawaii
Btmr Mokolll from Molokal
Sclir Mlllo Monls from Koolau
S S Cltv of 1'cMn from Hongkong ami
Yokohama en route for San l-ran-
S S Zealandia for tho Colonics at 1 p m
Sclir Llholllio for Kukolau
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr J A Cummins for Koolau at 0 a in
Stun- Kaala for Walunao and Walalua
at 0 a in
Btmr Mokolll for Mdlokal at'o p in
Schr Canute for Kuan
Prom San Francisco, per 3 S Zea
landia, May 12 W O twator and wife,
Rev J onrardy, Mrs.E O Damon, Miss
A O Gibbons, Andrew Hopper, Miss
Dclio Hurshburg, Mis MLuuisson, E M
"Walsh and wife.
From Knlmhil and way ports, per
steamer Likellkc, May 12 Thos .Tones,
JAMOsotlo, Mis Desha, 1 Toomcy,
Miss Eberhaidt, Hon A P Kalaukoa.
Mrs 0 Belts and 2 children, II Malaloha,
and son, Miss Mahhiin, G Asscu and
child, Mrs Borchgrcvlnk, L Von Temp
sky, M A Gonsalvcs, Hon J U Kawal
nui, Mrs Thurston and 55 deck.
CARGUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Btmr Llkellkc 3,887 lags sugar, 2
horse;, l canoe ard 1U5 hides.
Steamer Zealandia, K Van Otoren
dorp Commander, .-.ailed from San
Francisco, May 5th, at 2:30 p in, passed
ontcrbuoy at 3:30 p m. Passengers,
cabin, 9 for Honolulu, 3 for Auckland,
30 for Sydney; steerage, 14 fo.t Hono
lulu, -13 for Sydney. Anivcd at Hono
lulu, May 12, 8 a in. Weather: San
Francisco to Honolulu, May 5 to 7.,
light variable winds and smooth sea.
Hay 8 and 0, moderate N E trades and
longwesteily swell. Thense to poit,
light variable winds and line woather.
Arrivals at Sau Francisco.
April 21. baik V 11 Hopkins, 17 days
Apiil 24, fcohooner Anna, 18 days fiom
April 24' bark Sonoma, 27 days f.iom
Honolulu. , , ,
April 2G, briganthio .1 1) Spicckcls, 1(
days from Kahuhil.
Apill 27, barkentine Bobt Sudden, 10
days from Kahnlui.
Apiil 30, barkentine Ella. 184 days
April 30, hrigantino Cousuclo, 1G4
days from Honolulu.
May 2, b irkcntino S N Castle, 15 days
May 4, bark Saraca, 20 days from
Dcpai tines from Fan Fraucisco.
-April 21), baik Ceylon f r Honolulu.
April 29, schooner "W S Bowno for
April 29, schooner Anna for Kahuhu.
. May 1, hark Forest Queen for Hono-
May 3, brigauttuo Lurlluc for nilo.
May 5, biigautlnc consulo for Kahu
lul. Departure from Liverpool.
April 27. Hawaiian schooner II Hack
feld (late British Nation) for Honolulu.
The Likcliku will go onto the Marine
Railway on Mondoy. She will sail for
Kahulul on Tuesday, at 5 o'clock p in.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A coTTAon on Hotel street, oppo
site Dr. McGrcw's is to let.
Tut Dutch man-of-war left San
Francisco for Honolulu on April 30.
The California Fruit Market havo
received ox Zealandia, a choice lot of
cherries, apples, etc., from California.
The meeting of the'Pacific lloso
Co. has been postponed until Wed
nesday, May 115th, at 7 o'clock p. m.
TCnv. Father L. L. Conrardy arriv
ed this "morning by tho Australia to
relievo tho Rev. Fathor Damien on
Yebtkiiday afternoon Mrs. Fran
cisco Dias was found guilty of expos
ing liquors for salo and was lined
$75 and sentto prison for one month.
Mrs. Quinn, who has just served
out a bontenco for deserting her hus
band, was ancstcd this morning on
a charge of refusing to return to her
The shore boat Uncle Sam got
adrift last night. It was cuptuied
and held by tho U. S. S. Adams until
this morning, when it was icturncd
to tho owner.
Miss Chillburg 1ms icceivcd this
day, per Zealandia, a choice selection
of hats, ribbons, ilowcis, feathers,
pon-pons, cgrettes, birds, wings, etc.,
all of tho newest and latest styles.
Last night at a meeting of Co. D
Honolulu Killes, C. J. McCiuthy was
elected Captain, vieo O. "VY". Ashford
resigned. V, D. Wicko was elected
1st Lieutenant, and O. W, Zicglcr,
2d Lieutenant, vice A, V. Carter, re
signed. The ShS. Zealandia arrived this
morning from San Francisco cu
xouto for tho Colonies. Slio brought
a dozen or so paesongcrs for Hono
lulu, and has three passengers in
transit for Auckland and 31 for Syd
ney. Shu miled for tho Colonies
promptly at 10 o'clock taking Dr.
Hacdicko, Mr, l'assavant and 10
ateorago passengers fiom this place.
Mn. Moignn, U. S., Consul at Mel
bourne, was n through passenger by
the S. S. Zealandia to-day. Mr.
Morgan paid a visit to the U. S. S.
Vandalia this morning and was saluted.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will piny
this evening at Iiunna Sqtinro,
commencing at 4:00 o'clock. Fol
lowing 19 the programme :
.M arch The Prince Zaiuara
Omluie Titus Marait
altz Young Vienna (new)
Cornet Polka Village Festival (new)
Selection MUnou Thomas
Quadtllto Vlce-.Vdmlral Mlllockcr
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Entertainment by tho Blue Rib
bon League in the Y. M. C. A. hall
at 7:30 o'clock.
Auction Sale of fancy goods at
G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.'s at 7:30
Two-mile skating race at the Yo
scinitc bleating Rink.
Quito a large number of people
visited Messrs. G. W. Macfarlanc
& Co. '3 sales rooms yesterday and
to-day to see the now goods which
are advertised for sale at auction
tliis evening. The display is very
attractive, and as many of the
goods will be sold without reserve,
it will doubtless be a rare oppor
tunity for bargains. The sale will
commence at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
CARD OF THANKS.
The British Benevolent Society
desire to express their thanks to the
several ladies and gentlemen who so
kindly gave their time and talents
upon the occasion of the concert
given at the Hawaiian Opera House
on the evening of the 28th of April
last, which resulted in a nett return
to the society of $233.07.
ACCIDENT TO MR. G.JONES.
Mr. George Jones, of Kahuku
Ranch, Hawaii, had a rather narrow
escape from a severe accident on
the 5th. instant. In handling a load
ed pistol, it was discharged, and
the ball entered his leftside passed
for thiec inches outside of the ribs,
and lodged, It was extracted in a
slioit time by Dr. Raymond, the
resident physician of Kau. The ac
cident has in no way interfered with
his regular attention to business,
with the exception that horse-riding
is tabooed by the Doctor for tho
EVENING AUCTION SALE.
Messrs G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.
announce another Evening Auction
Sale of fancy goods for this Satur
day evening at their sales rooms up
stairs, on which occasion will be
offered for sale a new line of
French and London goods, just re
ceived per bar Thomas Bell. Tho
goods comprise latest designs in
parlor furniture, travelling rugs,
new designs in bric-a-brac, fancy
tea-sets, ladies' and gents' dressing
gowns, bed quilts in silk and satin,
all satin pillows, fancy glass ware,
ladies' hats and caps, dry goods,
carpets and rugs, and a choice se
lection of ladies' fans; also a few
pieces of the choicest Dresden ware.
The sale will commence at 7 :30
o'clock, and Mr. L. J. Levey will
ofliciatc as auctioneer. The goods
will be ready for exhibition on
Saturday morning. 3t
Quite a sensational arrest and
seizure of contraband goods took
piaco last night. The cook of the
bark Ferris S. Thompson was seen
by the watchman to come over the
ship's side with a bag which lie put
into a hack, and then went on board
tho ship again. AVliilo he was gono
on board, the watchman notified
Port Surveyor Geo. Murkham, who
in company with Custom's Officer
A. Gillillan, were making their
Examining the bag, they found
that it contained a five gallon demi
john of whiskey. Securing this
they went on board the vessel to
arrest the cook ; they found him in
galley wrapt up in the Aincrt
can finer ami defying tho authorities
to arrest him. The ofllccrs not
knowing what complications might
arise from arresting a foreigner
with li!s body wrapped in a national
flag, repaired to the residence of
Police Justice Dayton and procured
a warrant, returned to tho ship re
iuforccd with two regular pohco of
ficers. They found the cook locked
in the pantry, the door of which
they forced open; the man was
still wrapped up iir tho flag and was
defiant ; in consequence lively tus
sle ensued in which kicks and blows
were freely exchanged. They how
ever succeeded in making tho arrest
and bafoly lodged their prisoner with
tho evidenco of his guilt in tho Sta
tion House. Tho cook'B name is
A COUCH REMEDY.
only twi:ny-five cents run tounij.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
gonuino Butter Scotch, only to be
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
monials. - 98
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Satdhdat May 12th.
In ro estate of Kacliu (w) died.
Petition of Ktiapupu for adminis
tration, petitioner Kuapiiu (k) alias
Pule Iokcwe is appointed adminis
trator under 8100 bond petitioner in
I " "i
Saturday, May 12th.
Seven Japs, gambling, nolle pio
scqucd. Kana. (k) and Piikea (w), adul
tery. Kauiukou to assist the crown,
and Poepoe for Kana. Piikea
pleads giiiliy.Continucd to 15th. .
J. Kanoa, assault and battery on
a waliino 8.
Ah Ong, opium in possession, SoO
and G hours imprisonment.
Jose Cassilas, smugglings gallons
whiskey fiom the bark F. S. Thomp
son last night, $100.
Jose Pcralta and Maria Mcdcrios,
adultery; continued to Mth.
Alike Coffee, furious riding, $10.
A. Marris, furious riding, nolle
Throe drunks, $G each.
Late Foreign ftlews.
At 8 :10 o'clock on Monday morn
ing, April 80, the following telegram
was received by Messrs. Goodall,
Perkins & Co., from their agents at
Port Hartford, regarding the wreck
of the Queen of the Pacific :
Queen laying on bottom off the
wharf. Send Monarch at once.
Sprung a leak and full of water.
The tug Wizard was immediately
ordered to Port Ilaitford to succor
the wrecked steamer.
The Queen of the Pacific,' which
left this port at 2 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, reached Port Ilaitford at
5 o'clock yesterday morning, half
full of water, from a leak caused by
striking upon a rock about fifteen
miles from the last mentioned poit.
She was surrounded by life boats
containing women and children,
most of the male passengers remain
ing on board. She proceeded slow
ly to the wharf, where those still
aboaid leaped ashore and the steam
er slowly sank to the bottom. The
passengers, li.l in number, none of
whom were lost, wcie taken to the
Hotel Maree, at Port llartfoul, to
await the arrival of the Santa Rosa,
which left here yesteiday afternoon,
to carry them to their several desti
New York, April 27 In comme
moration of the anniversary of the
birthday of Gcncial Grant an elabo
rate banquet was given at Delmoni
co's to-night. As was most fitting,
arrangements for tho affair were
made by the old comrade of the
dead General and President, Gene
ral W. T. Sherman. About 130 per
sons were present. The walls of the
banquct-ioom were almost concealed
with flags and bunting, and at the
head of the room were three oil
paintings, representing the dead
soldier in his military uniform and
in civilian's dress. .The scat at Gen
eral Sherman's table which was to
have been occupied by the late Ros
coc Colliding was vacant, and on
the chair was hung a heavy wreath
of laurel. Each table was piesidcd
over by some distinguished soldier,
statesman or man of affairs, and on
either side of the presiding officer
were seated six or seven others.
May 3 A lot of liquor confiscat
ed by the United States at Juneau,
Alaska, was sold by the Marshal at
A Board'of trade is to be perma
nently organized at Albany next
Peter Burgeson went insane, and
was found perched iti a tall tree
near Vancouver, V. T., yesterday,
with a Democratic primary election
ticket and a Salvation Army paper
in his pocket.
The Washington Territory Re
publican delegates to Chicago are 5
to 1 against Blaine.
Chicago, Maj' 3 A Burlington
freight tfain was badly wrecked at a
late hour to-night near the stock
yards. The circumstances point" to
the belief that it was the woik of the
strikers or sympathizers. Tim en
gine and two cars had passed when
some unknown miscreant threw the
switch, and the next fifteen cars
wero immediately derailed and
piled up in a hopeless wieck
m a ditch. As the switcli
was thrown a man near tho rear of
the tiain throw a tie on the track,
wrecking the next three cars. At
the samu timo a car of "dope" ma
terial of a highly iuflaiumublo nature,
used for oiling wheels, which was in
the centre of the train, was set on
lire The fire engines responded to
the alarm and tho flames wero con
fined to tho oiiginal cur. Tho
wrecked train was strewed along the
track for nuaily half a mile.
Chicago, May 3. A special from
Washington says: With significant
unanimity all of to-day's Washing
ton papers announce that Senator
Vooihecs has gono to Indiana on
law business. One newspaper slated
that lie left on Tuesday evening im
mediately after his encounter witli
Senator Ingalls. I learn to-night
that .Senator Voorhees is in seclu
sion at a private hotel in this city
uud has been thero foity-eight
hours. Ho has no idea of leaving
tho city, and that announcement in
tho press was made at the request of
his friends to explain his continued
absence from tho Senate. It is
stated that the Senator is very ill.
San Diego, May 4. A flro has
just broken out near tho central part
of the city, a high wind is blowing
and the flames arc rapidly spreading.
The entire city is threatened.
The losses already amount so over
one-quarter of a million dollars.
Later Tho fire is not as serious
as at tlrst reported. The flames
arc now being subdued, and the loss
will prove to bo much less than at
New York, May i. Six thou
sand immigrants wore landed at
Castle Garden to-day. This beats
Berlin, April 21. This morning's
bulletin says: The Emperor passed
a very good night, llis fever is
quite insignificant and his general
condition is somewhat better.
The "North German Gazette"
says that the Emperor's condition
shows clearly a perceptible tendency
toward a slowly progressive im
provement. His fever lias dimin
ished regularly during the last few
days, llis temperature to-day was
38 degrees Celsius. His physicians
hope for fuithcr abatement in view
of the recent symptoms developed,
and they find especial reason for
hope in the return of his appetite.
The fact that the Emperor has
hitherto taken a fair quantity of
nourishment is solely due to the
urgent recommendation of his phy
sicians. Good results followed the
observation of their advice. His
Majesty's present disposition to
take solid food is a satisfactory
symptom. Dr. Kruso will not leave
the castle for the present.
A bulletin issued at 7:-10 p. m.,
says that the Emperor became fever
ish this afternoon, but the fever
abated somewhat toward evening,
and his general condition is compar
Later. Tho Emperor's condition
has changed for the worse and
Paris, April 21. Panama Canal
shares havd gone ballooning and De
Lesseps' friends arc jubilant. Specu
lators bought freely on the Bourse
yesterday, driving the shares up 31
lrancs. Everybody lias agreed that
the Chamber of Deputies will have
to sanction the issuo of the lottery
loan to complete the work. Yester
day the Committee of initiative, to
which the proposal was referred,
oulered its reporter to make a re
port in favor of the Do Lcsscps bill.
Yesterday M. Maret tabled the
favorable report in the Chamber. It
advises that the canal company be
authorized to raise 350,000,000
francs on the lottery plan, with the
London, April 27 The statement
that the Pope lias issued a decree
condemning the "plan of campaign"
in Ireland is confirmed. His Holi
ness says he does so because he is
convinced that the plan of campaign
is illegal. He says he is also con
vinced that landCourts will reduce all
unfair rents. Another circumstance
that influenced him, he says, is the
fact that funds arc extorted from
contributors to the plan. The Pope
condemns boycotting as a practice
contrary to justice and charityt Ho
makes no mention of the National
Dublin, April 27 The Freeman's
Journal urges the people to exercise
calmness and patience, and to re
ceive Papal decrees with profound
respect and loyalty to Rome. It
declares that boycotting is rare.
London, April 27 The National
ist members or Parliament arc some
what agitated over the Pope's de
cree, and are eagerly conferring as
to what steps are necessary in view
of its appearance.
Paris, April 27 General Boulan
ger gave his political banquet at tho
Cafe Riche this ovening. There
was a crowd of about 1000 persons
outside tho cafe at C p. m. Gene
ral Boulangcr and Count Dillon ar
rived at 7 o'clock, whon the crowd
had swollen to an enormous sizo,
entirely stopping traffic, and there
weic frequent cries of "Vivo Bou
langcr I" and "Abas Ferry?"" At
11 p. m. there were about 4000 per
sons outside tho cafe. General
toast to tho former's health, wish
ed to utter a most emphatic protest
against tho charge that lie aspired
to a dictatorship. Moreover, if the
question wero raised in tho Cham
ber, he would vote to abolish the
The Boulangcrist demonstration
at Nancy was icnewcd to-night. Tho
people refused to disperse and were
chaigcd upon by mounted gen
darmes. Finally the attention of
the crowd was diverted by a large
lire, and they moved off with shouts
of applause "Vive Boulangcr!"
L.i i i ii.ja
Y. 31. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at G;U0 i. M, Come and bring a filcnd.
Kaavaiahao Ohuiicii. Rev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. Ji. Pleaching at 11 A, m,
Ivauuakai'ii.i Ouuuoir. Bev. J.
Walamuu, pastor. Sunday school at
U a. m. Preaching at 10 -aO a, M, and
7s30 !, m,
IIoiimon Cuuitci!. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a, m. livening services in
English at 7 :30 o'clock. All aro invited.
Queen- Emma Hau. Gopel and
song service for Ilawailnns who jpeak
English at at 3 r. M. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody .welcome.
Jai'anksu SintvicE : Goncl aud
Soiir Services at 11 a.m.; Ulblo Class
7:30 r. M., In the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Beretanla and Nuuanu streets.
Ckn'trai. Union Cnuiicii. ucv. E.
G. Bcckwlth, D. I),, pastor. Sunday
school and Blblo class at I): 15 a. m.
Scivlccs at 11 a. m. and 7:30 v. m.
CiiiMr.SK Cmmoii. Foit sticct, near
corner Hciotaula. Mr. Kong Shul Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school ,
9:30 a.m. Chinese) and English Sun
day School, 2:30 r. m. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 1'. M. Bible clas in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, C :30 r. m.
Roman Catholic Gatiikdiiai..
0 and 7 A. M., low mass with Holy Com
munion;. 10 A. M., high mass, with ser
mon cither in Hawaiian. Portuguese or
English, alternating according lo the
three principal dlgcrcnt nationalities of
tho church; 2 r. m., rosary and cate
tisin; 4:30 v. M., instruction aud bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament.
St. Andrew's Oatuediiat,. The
services at St. Andrew's Catliedr.il to
morrow will bo: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. M. Matins with sci
mou at 9:30. Hawaiian evensong at
3:301. m. Evensong with sci uion alO
v. m. Scats arc unappropriated.
Second Congregation. Rev. Geo
Wallace, pastor. Morning prayer
with sermon at 11:15 a. m evening
prayer with sermon at 7:30 i m.
Sunday school meets at 10 A. M. Seats
free at all services.
Chinese Congregation, Rev. II. II.
uoweu lu ciiargc. Morning piaycr,
with sermon, at 11:15 a. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Evening pravcr, with
sermon, at 7 :30 v. m.
JUST received eZealaud, Cherries,
Grapes, Apples, Cabbage, etc., etc ,
and for sale at the California Fruit
Market, King street. 42 It
X-ZEALANDIA and for sale at
tuo San Fraucis-co Fruit Depot,
Fort street, Cherries, Pears, Green Peas,
Apphs, Oranges, Cabbage, Smoked
Salmon, Fine lied Onions and New
Potatoes, from Acapulco. Prices low.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. tulvurtiso in tlio Daily Iiui.i.KTt..
TABY CARRIAGES in almost
JL every style, can be found at G.
West & Co.'s.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Gocs to every hamlet and village
in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
CLOTHES HAMPERS, Baskets
and beautiful Bustle Hals anaugod
foi Flower Vases, may be seen at G.
West & Co.'s. 3S1
X The best paper
95 per annum.
to send abroad
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Mailed 1 1 foreign countries, 5 per
IF YOU really want your moneyV
worth of tho finest Honie-Made
French and Plain Candies, tho most'
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cr.-am
Parlors, established 1803. nolcl, oppo
site Bethel street. F. IIokn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Oma
meuter. P. S. The only placu where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is uianii.
factum! and sold. 1G if
LIVE PAPER in
The Daily llullctin.'
60 cents per month.
HE DAILY BULLETIN The
mom popular paper mililinliei!.
TAN'S BOAT BUILDINCI
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
BRANDS OF CALI-
fornia Port, Madeira and Main tin,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
HE BEST PAPER t subscribe
for Is tho "Dally Bulletin." CO
cents per month.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccciv
cd for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Knk'iako,
or at the Leper Settlmciit on Mulokai
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. ttfcl tf
HE DAILY BULLETIN has the
largest circulation of any paper
printed In this Kingdom. GO cents pir
MISS. P. T1I1ELE,
On Beretanla street near PiiUoi.
(Formerly MtQuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safo conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a dlMaucc.
73 JlutualTolcplionoNo.r.Ul. "3m
STABLES TO LET.
O TABLES for
four hoisce, carriage
two roomp, nilioinini!
O house, with
laud 400x110. Entrance from Kinau
street, 15 minutes' walk from Post olllco
Suitablo for hack.di Ivor. Bent $12 per
month. Apply to
41 lw J. E. BHOWN & CO.
rpiIE above reward will ho given lo
X any person or persons who will
give tiicli information as will lead to
tho arrest and conviction of the person
or persons who set lire to my sloro
situated on Beretanla tttuet, m.t to tho
prcmi-cs owned by J. 33. Hush Esq., in
SUNG DONCJ SING.
Honolulu, May 9, 1688. U8 lw
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torchong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call aud loam our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroidcd Moirncing
which we offer at Bod Rock Prices.
Eorty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream- and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite lnvin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving- by every incoming'stcnuicr from San
Furniture, CMrs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery "Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, f
to the Ladies
fancy Goods !
05 Fort Street,
iw Hoods !