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Loader of Low Prices,
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888.
S S Mariposa fiout tlio Coloulcscn routo
for S.ui Francisco
Stun- Klinui from Windward Ports
Stmr Llkellke from ICtiuulni
Stmr Walaloalo for Kunal
Stmr .Ins Mnkce from Knpna
BtmrMokolll from Moloknl
Stmr Lehuti from Ilniiiiikuu
S S Mnilpota for Pnn Frnnclsco nt noon
Stmr 0 11 lllshop for mound tlio Uland
of Oalui at a m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
StmrKlnnu for tho Volcano and way
potts at 1 p m
Stmr Llkcltko for Kahtilul and way
ports at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolil for Molojial at 5 p m
From Yokohama, per S S Takasago,
Junol MrOnaka, Mr Nakaynma and
wife, Mrs Ishlguki, and 1057 Japnnesc
Immigrants, 8(11 males and 1!)G females.
Fiom Maul and Iluu.ili, per steamer
W.O llnll, June 1 Kevs S , Dcslu, S
Kalll, V M Knlnno. 1 Pall and vifu;
lions J Kauhane, J D Paris and wife;
Win Uigglns and wife. G Cl.uk, W II
Gray, D il Xalilnu, J Wallace, T K Ko
bert, N Bovlc and wife, Mrs It 0 Sciale,
F 8 Lyman, S milium, K Katsura, T
Iwni, Mr Apo and 71 deck.
From the Colonics, perS S Morlposa,
Juno 1 A. Ilearu, and 90 cabin, and 90
steerage, pnssciigcis In transit for San
Fiancisco. Also the following ship
wieckeil ciew and passeiigoiR of tbe
B.itlsh liaik Henry James icsuuetl at
Palmyi.i Maud: tiipt It Lattimorc,
John U Cionc, J C.uupbell, J McDuuald
T organ, J Wils n. S Donucl, P JIc
Clemcuts, P Burns, n Slicaier,S Young
A Miiliuiland, M O'Fl.ihei ty, U Donlly,
W Lancaster, W J Taylor, A J 11 t aitir
W J Junius, F Hastings, wife and -1
children, Mis Taylor.
From Wind waul l'oits,. per steamer
Kinau, J- no 1 Hon L cCulW aud
wife, 1) P Smith, Mis FS Lyman, Mis
J P Sisson, U Kaiser, J W Uoh ill , L
Turner, i hung Lung, Miss M Kalnukoa,
Misses E D Low, Mill el Wood, .Minnie
Kukae, Luka, Kjilai, ICealolia; lions J
Magniic, J Wight, a U Luhiuu; Mis J
Mnguhc, F WoodjjS Wood, Mrs G P
Kamauolia, MrsE "ones, Kev S P Kc
kuewa, Kev J ft Kalana, ,i iss Gussie
Lemon, Mis OB Makce, 2 children and
servant, Alls L Akc. Uev Kamakahiki,
KiaNahalelua and son, .1 A il Osoiio,
J Tavauier, (.hang Klin, and 84 deck.
From Kaliului and by poi t-, pur stmr
Likclikc, June 2 Mis Itanium, G E
Watts, Lau Cliong, W P A Blower, Dr
Curtis, Miss I lower, D Center, Alias
Carter, l)r Sutliff, G W Iiish. Miss -ut-liff,
Y Gi other, Kev Nawahine, It T
Wilbur, S I Roderick, D itose, ,i iss E
Blake, R W Podmoie, Rev 11 Mauase,
and 55 deck.
For Sau Francisco, per S S Mariposa,
Juno 2 J A Kennedy, Mis Spear, M rs
Davis, Dr Brodie and wifgf aud the
Misses M & A Porter.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrW G Hall 5,239 hags sugar, 30
bags coffee, 2.18 bags awa", 33 hides,
30 head of cattle, 10 calves aud 13
Kinau 3,Gfl7 bags sugar, 40 bags corn,
100 bags spuds, 1 horse, 2 cows and
cahes, 92 theep, 3G hides, 215 pkgs
Tho S S Mai iposa, Captain II M Hay
ward, arrived last night at 8:30, fiom
Sydney and Aucklauu. The Mariposa
sailed fiom Sydney May ICth, at 5 p in,
anived at Auckland May 20th; left
Auckland May 21bt 4 p m; anived off
Tutuila May 25th at noon; anived off
Palmyra island May 29th tit 3 p in ; Hue
weathor was expeiieneeU during tho ou
Thebilg Luiilno sailed from Hilo last
Wednesday with sugar for Sau Fian
cisco. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Splendid weather to windaid.
A uorsk, brake
advertised for sale,
and harness, aro
Attention is called to a notice of
J. E. Brown & Co.'s in another
Kawaiahao Seminary will close
on Monday next. Exercises from 9
to 12 A. M.
The social of tho Honolulu Social
Club has been postponed until Tues
day night, Juno Gth.
Last Wednesday, tho conductor of
Mahukona R. R discovered 29 tins
'of opium in & coop of ducks belong
ing to a Chinaman.
The majority of tho peoplo on tho
other islands ui c said to bo pleased
with the election of Hon. S. G.
Wilder to tho presidency of tho Le
Brown of tho steamship
Muru, und Mr. Smith,
tho Mariposa, havo tho
tlio Bulletin for nows-
The "Paradiso of tho Pacific" was
issued this morning in time for the
S. S, Mariposa, Thieo thousand ilvo
hundred copies of tho paper wero
printed this time.
' A riiiVATE letter says that nearly
oyery berth on tho S, S, Australia for
her next two trips down hero have
been engaged by tho school-touchers
of, tlio States, for excursion trips.
C - i i i t --
Minnie and Fiank- Ludoswiko,
woro biought up in tho Polico Court,
yesterday afternoon, on a chargo of
soiling liquors without a licence,
Minnie was found not guilty, und
discharged, Frank was nol prosd,
fjSTStrnw tints In gfcat variety
Kmlnoirtery Chenille, Arraseno, Kih
bosutio, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
ami Worsted in nil shades at tlio
AnAXKbookhas boon lost; pay
ment 1ms been stopped.
- m .
Mn. N. C. Wilfong and JJiss Maria
Conway, both of Hilo, aro to be unit
ed in marriage at Uilo this evening,
Juno 2d, at 8 o'clock.
-. ' i
Mn. David Morton, clcik in tho
house of Thco. II. Davics it Co.,will
bo united in marriage to Miss Ellen
Thompson this evening, at 0 o'clock.
Tho Kev. Mr. Mackintosh will per
form tho ceremony.
An amateur photographing instru
ment, in tlio hands of a Colonial
tourist, was aimed at the motley
tluong of people on tho O. S. S.
wharf, from tho deck of thu S. S.
Mariposa, as she was leaving tho
whnrf this noon, und was "snapped
i B in
C. A. Feist cohn was arrested on
board the steamship Mariposa to
day, as sho whs going out of port,
under the chargo of obtaining u pass
port under false pretences. The po
lice officers climbed up tho side of
the steamer as sho was leaving tho
wharf, and brought their prey back
in tho pilot bo.it.
The linn of Allen & Ginter of
Richmond, Va., Tobacco Manufne
tuies, have issued a beautifully col
ored lithogiaph advertisement, repre
senting the Hags of all nations. The
American Hug occupies the contrc,
and tho ilaqs of other nations aro
arranged around on tho sides. It is
not only valuable us n work of art,
but is useful as a reference, when tho
color, or combination of colors of tho
flags of different nations arc wanted.
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Mr. H.
J. Nolto for copies.
The following musical paogramme
will be iven by the Royal Hawai
ian Military Band this afternoon at
4:80 o'clock at Emma Square:
Mai eh Entrance Straus
Ovcrtuic Fra Dlavolo Auber
Finale Rlgoletio Vcrdl
Reminiscences of Balfe Godfrey
Waltz Ruddigorc Sullh an
Quadi illu Ruudlgoi e Sullivan
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening en
tertainment will be held at the Y.
M. C. A. hall, under the
auspices of the Blue Ribbon League.
Following is tho programme:
. ..Vrs. W. II. Hoogs
Mis. S. .M. Damon
Mr. W. II. Hoogs
Mr. V. O. Atw liter
.Mrs. F. U. Dninon
Miss M. lUckwith
Addicss Hon. II. S. Townscnd
THE DICKENSON ILLUSTRATED
The lectures which Prof. Dickin
son is to give in the Hawaiian Opera
House on Monday and Thursday
evenings of next week are awaited
with great interest.
The Springfield "Republican"
says of the lecture on Spain, to be
given Monday evening: '"One seem
ed actually to be standing in the
sunny land of which the lecturer
spoke so charmingly. The produc
tion of the wonderful Spanish skies,
and of tho cloud-capped Sierra Ne
vada was exceptionally good."
The San Francisco ''Chronicle1'
says: "The lecture, which was rich
in historic reminiscences of the
glorious reign of Ferdinand and
Isabella, was delivered with marked
ability, and the illustrations de
scribing the invasions of the Moors
were much appreciated, and highly
applauded by the audience."
The Oakland "Tribune" says:
"The lecturer, with the aid of su
perior stcrcopticon views, led the
audience in thought thiough stately
courts and corridors, narrow, vine
clad alleys and under crumbling
arches. Tho lecture was excellent
and tho views unrivalled."
A feature of the evening that will
bo of peculiar interest to the people
of this city, will be the display,
after the lectures of a choice selec
tion of Prof. Dickinson's Hawaiian
THE NEW BREWER WHARF.
The new Brewer block, on Hotel
street, hoot Fort street, is gradually
The block is of brick, two stories
high. The giound floqr contains
four store rooms of various sizes, and
each has a cellar. The cellars arc
lighted in front by iion gratings,
which open oil the sidewalk.
The second story of tho block is
reached by a winding stair case,
about six feet wide. A hall, also
about six feel wide, runs the entire
length of the building, in the center.
This hall is lighted by two largo
skylights. On both sides of the
hall nro rooms, each about 1Gx12
feet in size. There aro 19 rooms on
the second floor, nine on tho back
side of tho main passage way and
ton mi the front side. The front
und back of the house have balconies,
about Ah foot wido running tho
length of the block, and ornamented
in each case, with an iron railing.
Another hull connects both balcon
ies in the center of tho house, run
ning at right angles to tho main
The upper floor will be well sup
plied with bath and toilet rooins.and
arrangements for gas lighting have
been put in every room and in the
hulls. The side walk in front of the
house is of stone.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Thu
mobt papular paper published,
JtSFOcnts t'lnfl Clothing ami Fur
nishing Goods, lints, Slmes, Ti links,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Prices, the Akcadu.
AUCTION SALE ON MONDAY.
BV J, F. MOItOAN.
At his salesroom at ,12 noon, five,
distinct sale of land. For particu
lars seo advertisements.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.;
For San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Tuesday next: Miss Brewer,
S. llurdeastle, J. M. Oat, G. H.
Twecdio, Miss Alcala, Mrs. D.
Center and child, Mrs. Crcigbtou
and daughter, Mrs. S. C. Allen, A.
Caro,A. P. Ilnpper Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Fcaron, Mrs. C. Bolte,
iT. Lazarus, J. Nathan, Mrs. Brodie,
Dr. and Mrs. Sutliff and 2 eh., Mis.
R. C. Spalding and son, Mrs. R.
Hay, Mrs. Pclliet, Miss Hay, Geo.
E. Ilono aud wife, Miss M. A.
Porter, -Miss A. Porter, Prof.
Tomcroand wife, Capt. J. Brown,
Dr. G. P. Andrews, G. W.
Brewer, Henry Sayler and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. S. Taylor and 3 ihildren,
Mis. L. D. Dickinson, Mr. and Miss
Sunrles, Mr. Otto, A. Bcebe, II.
Pilnuington, Dr. II. L. Curtis.
Two very distinct shocks of
earthquake were felt here last week,
one on Thursday night, the other on
Saturday afternoon, and it is re
ported that Kiluiiea is very active,
whiclumay account for our shakes.
Steady rains fell during Sunday
night and Monday, putting a still
greener look on the face of thu coun
try. The mill keeps on grinding.
There never seems to be an end to
the cane on this plantation.
We have a colony of thieves in
this neighborhood. Kanakas who
make nightly l aids on the hen roosts
and sweet potatoes of the neighboi
hood, but they don't confine them
selves to merely stealing chickens
and potatoes; anything thoy can lay
their hands on they consider fair
game. Occasionally one is caught
and punished almost as nightly as
the law will allow. The cause of
this state of things is opium. The
stealing is done to procure the
meam to buy the drug which has
become a necessity to them.
The National Educational Asso
ciation of the United States is an
organization which has been in exis
tence ever since 1857. It was inau
gurated in that year at Philadelphia,
by leading teachers fiom arious
sections of the country, under the
name of the National Teachers' As
sociation. The name was changed
to its present form in 1870. Its
membership is comprised of teach
ers and persons connected with the
work of education. The object of
the Association is to elevate the char
acter and advance tho interests of
the profession of teaching, aud to
promote the cause of popular edu
cation in the United States.
This year's annual meeting of the
Association will be held in San
Francisco, July 17 to 21, both days
inclusive. The daily sessions of the
general Association will be held in
the Giand Opera House, and those
of the Departments in halls desig
nated in the programme. Papers,
nddresses, lectures, etc., will be
given on a variety of subjects con
nected with education. Over 10.
000 teachers, from all parts of the
States, are expected to be present
at this annual gathering.
The Oceanic Steamship Co.,
Win. G. Irwin & Co., local agents,
have made ariangctucnts by which
teachers fiom the Hawaiian Islands
will be afforded an opportunity of
attending the Association's Annual
Meeting at a moderate cost. One
bundled dollars is the fine for go
ing and returning. This sum in
cludes the initiation or membership
fee and all the privileges of the As
sociation. Tho Australia leaving
here on July 3id will reach San
Fiancisco a week or so before the
commencement of tho conention.
Tho opportunity for our teachers to
benefit by contact with such a large
body of educationists is oue they
may never have again, and should
not be allowed to pass unimproved.
WEATHER flEPORT FOR HAY.
AT 0 A. 51. LOCAL TIME,
Means for month
Temperature Rniomctcr 70.7
Uncollected Buioineter Reading U0.189
Collected Baromctei Ilcadlug....:i0.01u
Tumpcratuie, dry bulb .........61
" v,et " 7I.S
Dew point 0.r,.l
Relutlvti humidity CO
Elastic forcu of aqueous vapor G1S
AT 0 1' M. LOCAL TIME,
Tempcratui e Barometer 7S.7
uui'oiiecieu milometer Jtc.iuing.yu.iisi
( 'on ecteil Barometer Heading
Tcnineiutme, dry bulb ......
" wet "
Dew point. ,
K usilo force ol aqueous vapor
Rainfall as per Kliulomcter incites) 1.531
EXTREMES I'OK MONTH.
Highest eorinetud Uar. u-udlug, 30.101
on thu lht at 0 a. M.
Lowest corrected B .1". leading, 20,811
on tho 20th atO r. M.
Highest tcinpuiaturc in shade, 85.5
on thu BOth.
Lowest temperature In shade, 01 on
Greatest dtiily lalnfall, .7-10, inches
on the 10th.
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it la the Daily Uullutim
JtSrAt tlio AndAbn yoil can btiv
White and Colorod.Laces at prices
that v.111 astonlsii you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
WRECK OF THE BRITISH
ACCOUNT OF THE WRECK AND RESCUE.
Tho British Bark Henry Jamos,
bound from Now Castle, N. S. W.,
to San FrancisOO, with a load of
coal, was wrecked on a reef about
85 miles N. W. of the island of
Palmyra, on April lGth at 10 p. m.
nud becamo a total loss.
At the time tbe vessel sttuck, the
sea was running high, and some dif
ficulty was experienced in getting
the passengers and crew into the
boats. This however was done
without loss of life, and the boats
headed for tho island of Palmyra,
35 miles distant, (after standing by
tho vessel all night.) Tho island
was reached in the evening, and a
landing effected. They found tho
Island uninhabited, but evidences of
previous habitation were abundant.
There wero tho remains of several
A meal was prepared from what
provisions wero saved from tho ship,
and then the situation was discussed.
It was decided that a boat should
bo sent to Samoa, 1300 miles dis
tant, for nssjstancc. Accordingly
on Saturday, April 21st, the Chief
Olllcer, boatswain and three seamen,
set sail for Samoa, taking with them
half tho entire stock of bread, one
tin of mutton, ten gallons of water
and- two hundred and fifty cocoa
nuts. They accomplished the jour
ney in 19 days.
Arriving at Apia they teportcd
the loss of the vessel and a schooner
was chaitercd to go to tho rescue.
In the mean time the Mariposa ar
rived and Lieutenant Cressap of the
U. S. S. Mohican informed Capt.
Havwaul of the Mariposa of tho
wreck, and the condition of the crew
and passengcis on the island, and
that a schooner had been chartered
to rescue the sufferers.
Capt. Ilayward knowing the dif
ficulties that a schooner in going
there would encounter, in adverso
winds and currents, and the long
distance to be run (about 1300
miles) deemed it his duty to go to
the rescue himself. Accordingly he
shaped his course for Palmyra, aud
on the 29th of May, about 2 p. in.
the island was sighted. By G p. m.
all hands wero on board the steamer
and she proceeded on her course to
These shipwrecked people were
on the island six weeks and subsist
ed on cocoanuts, fish and birds,
Mhich were found in abundance.
Good water was also found, and no
sickness, except slight cases of
The Captain, crew and passengers
of the wrecked vessel, are loud in
their praise of the captain, officers
and crew, as well as of the passen
gers of the "Mariposa," for their
kindness in supplying them with
clothing and money.
Close upon SG00 havine been sub
scribed by the passengers of the
S. S. Mariposa for tho shipwrecked
people, the money wa3 divided as
follows : Captain Lattimorc, master
of the bark, 875; First Officer,
Donald McDonald, SCO; G. Crane,
Second Officer, $25 ; J. McDonald,
Carpenter, 830 ; G. Campbell, Sail
maker, 830; Thos. Morgan, Stew
ard, 817.50; G. Wilson, $17.50;
V. Ferguson, Boatswain, 826.25;
and ten able seamen got 812.50 each
and Ed. Tuiuilty, Chas. Anderson
and Wm. Crosby, seamen, 818.75
each ; Mrs. Hasting, mother of the
four children, $00 and Mrs. Taylor,
mother of Mrs. Hasting, 850. Tho
hoat's crew of five, Donald McDon
ald, Wm. Ferguson, Ed. Tumilty,
Chas. Anderson and Wm. Ciosby,
who went from Palmyra island to
Samoa, 1,300 miles distant, for as
sistance, would have received larger
shares of tho Mariposa purse, had
not they roceived a purse at Samoa.
Captain Lattimorc belongs to
Carrickfergus, Ireland. He went
to school with one of our Honolulu
people, Mr. Sproull, and will be the
guest of that gentleman until tho
departure of the S. S. Australia,
The "Henry James" people,
brought hero by tho Mariposa, are
all temporarily staying iullonolulu.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Blue Ribbon League enteitain
ment at the Y. M. C. A. hall at
Washington Irving Bishop will
givo an cxhibtiion of mind rending,
in the Opora IIouso, at 7.30 o'clock.
5tu Dat Juno 2nd.
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President S, G. Wilder in tho chair.
Rep. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion from Honolulu praying that no
more lepers be remored from Kaka
ako to Molokai until after tho legis
lature investigates the lopor question,
Referred to Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Paehaole, from Molokai,
praying that an Act bo passed defin
ing the authority and privileges of
thoso allowed to practise medicine
on lepeis. Referred to Sanitary
Rep. Kauiauoha presented a peti
tion that Crown lands shall not be
transferred to the Government nor
BStTDo, not fall lb ball ftfc tlio
AnoAUE and examine tlto Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
sold. On motion it was laid on tho
table to bo considered with the re
port of the Committee on Crown
Rep. Paehnolo presented a peti
tion from Molokai that a mail car
rier bo appointed to carry thu mail
from Pukoo to Wailau, and that
$100 be appropriated to defray tho
expenses of such a service. Re
ferred to Minister of Interior.
ItErORTS OP SPECIAL COMMITTEES.
Noble Baldwin presented a report
from the committee appointed to
draft a reply to Ills Majesty's
speech. On motion the rcpoit was
adopted and tho reply ordeied en
grossed. The reporters were or
dered not to report tho reply until
after the King had received a copy1.
Minister Green presented tlio re
port of tho President of the Board of
Education. It was not printed nor
translated. On motion the report
was returned to the Board of Edu
cation to be presented to tho assem
bly in proper form.
Noblo Castle read a first time a
bill rcjating to attorneys and coun
sellors at law, and to practioners in
the inferior courts. Passed to sec
Noble Baldwin gave notice that ho
would introduce a bill to amend sec.
20 of an Act entitled An Act to re
peal Chap. X of the Civil Code.
Rep. Paehaole read a first time a
bill to amend Article C3 of the Con
stitution by striking out the woid
"increase," and substitute the word
"create." Passed to second read
ing. Noble Smith gaTc notice of a bill
to amend sec. 1253 of the Civil
Rep. Kalaukoa read a first time a
bill to repeal an Act entitled An Act
to mitigate, etc. Passed to second
Rep. Hclekunilii read a first timo
a bill to amend sec. 4, Chap. 13 of
the Penal Code, relating to adulter'.
Passed to second reading.
Rep. Nakaleka gave notice that
he would introduce a bill to repeal
sec. M37 of the Civil Code, and
amend sec. 27-1 of tho Civil Code.
Noble Hitchcock gave notice of a
bill, to better prevent the illicit
traffic in spirituous liquors.
OROEIl OF THE DAY.
Second reading of an Act to de
fray the expenses of this session of
the Legislature. Passed to third
Second reading of bill authorizing
the Chief Clerk of the Interior De
partment to sign licences. This bill
was read a second time yesterday,
and passed to third reading for Mon
day. By some mistake it was read a
second time again to-day.
Second reading of a bill abolish
ing the office of Governor.
Noble Wldemann said that ho
wished to say something in regard
the proceedings of this House. A
few minutes ago a bill was read a 3d
time that was ordered to be read on
Monday, and now a bill is read a
second time that was referred to the
Printing Committco, and has not
yet been printed ; he thought that
it was a queer proceeding, and
showed that something was radi
Considerable debate was indulged
in in regard to this bill, sonic wish
ed to refer it to tho Judiciary Com
mittee, some wished to have it pass
ed to engrossment.
Noble Witlemann rose to a point
of older, stating that the bill was
not before the House, and va3
therefore not debatable.
The President ruled that the de
bate was out of order, and ordered
the bill back to the Printing Commit
tee. On motion of Noble Watcrhouse
the House adjourned until 10 n. m.
G. A. R.
Tho members of Geo. W. Do
Long Post desire'to publicly tender
their sincere thanks to all who assist
ed in tho celebration of Memorial
Day. To Admiral Kimborly, U. S.
N.,lo'Captaiu Schoonmakcraud Olli-
ccts of theU. S. Flagship Vandalia;"
to tho Honolulu Rifles, to Lieuten
ant Rittenhouso, tho orator of tho
day; to thu Commilto of ladies who
superintended the 11 oral decorations
at the Post room ; tot he friends who
kindly contributed tho flowers; to
the choir, who added so materially
to tho pleasure of tho oocaslop ; to
Governor Dominis who kindly per
mitted tho uso of tho Band; and to
Prof. Borger for his promptitude in
responding and for thoYcry valuable
services rendered by himself and
his "boys." The members of this
Post individually as well as collec
tively feel themselves under deep
obligations, aud beg to acknow
ledge their high appreciation of tho
spirit which prompted such kind and
patriotic action on tho part of all
these friends of freedom, in assist
ing to honor the memory of those
who died during tho War for tho
Union, that American unity might
VOLNEY V. ASIIFOIID,
Jas. F. Noule, Adjutant.
APRICOTS, Oln-rrlos, reaches,
QuoaulicrrlcH, und a lurge co.
fiignment of Ico liouso goods arrived by
tlio Australia fur tho Ban Franel-ro
Fruit Dopot, Fort street. C3 at
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Island subscription, M Icr anuum.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire. Stock of Embroideries, Orir
entalj Spanish, and Torchong 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 Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in.Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming steamer from San
Farnitnre, Ciairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
new styles nsr
PIANOS and If1TJIMrirX,UI,EJ
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
to the Ladies !
Fancy Goods !
tlm Goods !