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Wh'to and Colored Laces nt prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
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CSrGcnts Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, 13tc, go to the Lenders of
Cheap Prices, the Ahcade.
THE OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1888.
Bk l.ueh Lee from Newcastle, N S W
8 tun Lelnm for Ilmiialnm at 5 p in
S S Austinlln for Sun Francisco nt noon
Stun V w Hall f"' Lalnilna, A.iinlnc.i,
Kona and Kan at 10 u m
Stnu JMlkaliala for Kauai at " p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Stmr Iwalani for Lalialna anil Ilnniaktm
nt 8 a m
Bk Forest Queen for San FrnnuWco
For San Francisco, per steamship
Austialla .lutieo-S llardeastle, U.int.I
Brown. Mrs J-. Talor and !J clihhcn,
Ileniy Taylor and '2 clilldicti, l'iofc.-or
Pomcioi and wife, Jll-J M Brewer, Geo
E llowo and wife, Or II L Curtis, Mrs
(helghton unil daughter, J La, mis, XV
Blower, wife and son, In Sutliff, wife
and 2 children, Miss Sutliff, Airs S U
Allen, J Nathan, Mrs It U Spalding and
Foil, Dr Andrews, A P Hopper, Jr, Mr
and Mis G XV Feaion, Miss J P Spear,
G II Tweedle, J M O.it, xrs D Center,
Miss AlfMii, Alls 0 Iiattc, V ii Gr.icn
lialgh, Mrs L S Dickinson, Mtss Iv Alc
Gowan, W II Page, II Pennington,
Lieut Col Dunn. Miss Seailc, Mr
Searles, A Becbee. II Gr y, R Otto, It
llay, Mis,, liny, Miss Pellctt, J llanip
Boii, Cnpt La'ttlnioic, Alls Taylor, P
Hastings, wife and 1 children. fsTcnu
AGE Airs N Waller and 3 chlldicn, Mrs
11 C Smith, A Moigan, A Guild, (J v
Pelstcoin, O Signoux, A E William,
E It Liiul, wife and 3 ehildien. wmla
ltosa. Mrs J Itaprosa, A Muniz, L Wag
ncr, E Wagner, J Ilopke, E Peteison,
F Midcisou, Claud Dlunnet, D Kanuha.
J Wilkinson. E ltallton, . Hi'ia, w ile
and 5 Lhildivn, J J Arnold, Al .Uller,
AI T Alinsliall. wife and v clilldicn, Mtss
F Rosu, Uavld Kaoi, Ml-s A Uoislleli),
XV A Scott, G E Watt, It McICennon,
F Selioltz ami daughter, 11 Giotheer, i
Hose, J Rudolph and wile, X Gullck
gon, J i ainpbcll, J oDiin.ild, Thos
Morgan, J Wilson. S Donnell, P Burns.
T AlcClement, H'S-flieuier, S rwuijy, A
Suthuilaud, AI OTlagherly, t) Doidey,
Y Lane --tie, W J Taylo , A J U i af
ter, w J James, .1 F Giuliani, 37 Portu
guese, 10 Chinese and 7 Japjiast1.
For Maui and tluwui per stmr XV G
Hall,.iuuu-5 Their "Majesties the King
and Queen, II It 11 Pmieess Llliuoka
lanl, ihe two i liiiees, r P Neumann.
Mrs Searle and 3 fiicnds, W U Lane, T
K Robuits, A Hanuebeig, Alrn and .Miss
Tuitun, J Baker, Jus L Wilcox, Airs
Katnaka, Airs Kaal, is Duseh Kl:y, l
IJ Nahlmi, G l.uk, v Kulhelaul aud
wlte. Chun I'eu and 150 deck.
For Mulii and I awtiil pur stmr Ki
nau, June 4--llon E H Bailey, J N
Bobluson and wife. Air Holmes, J w
Covllle, J S Uan.u io ana family, AI U
Miipmau aud family, Miss Lizzie Roy,
G KEwait, lion XV A inuuey aud
about 100 deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
There will be no dance at the Ha
waiian Social Club this evenjng.
Mn. L. J. Levey will hold his regu
lar cash sale on Thursday next, at
10 a. m.
A notice from the Germania mar
ket, states that their prices for beef
etc., aic as low as the lowest.
Parties wishing to secure stall in
the Kapiolani Park, should apply to
"Vm. M. Gifliiid, at Irwin & Co.'s
Mr. Boardman found a shawl at
the Opera House Satuiday evening,
and will gladly return it to the
The engagement of Air. B. F. Bur
gess, formeily of Honolulu, and Miss
AI. E. Coitibtock of Napa, Cal., is an
nounced. His Majesty has intimated his in
tention ot having Kailua, Hawaii,
supplied with electric lights at an
A young Hawaiian lady, student
of Kawaiahao Seminary, graduaded
yesterday morning and was manied
in tho evening.
The lcgular monthly meetini: of
tho St. Andrew's Church Association
will not be held on Thuisday night,
but is postponed to Thurbduy, Juno
, -O-.'" -
Mn. J. A. Cummins gavo a party
at his jesidence last evening, when
Mr. Washington Ining Bithup gavo
several marvelous exhibitions of mind
. . .
The fish in the pond at Noniilu,
Kauai, aio dying for soino unknown
reason. A bottle of tho water from
this pond has been bi ought to Hono
lulu to bo analyzed.
Dr. and AIis. Brodio left for tho
Coast on the Muriposa. Dr. Brodio
has gone to see his bister who is Biiid
to ho quite ill. He expected to le
turn on the Austialiu-iu threo weeks.
Dr. Wood will attend to his practice
during his abbenco.
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Mn. II, 6. Tii'glouu's case came up
in tho Polico Court this morning.
Tho charge appears to be that goods
huvo been pasted through the Cus
tom House undei valued. In the
caso of theso goods Air. Tiogloun had
neither handled nor fccon tho goods,
nor huvo they been in his possession.
Tho caso was postponed lor ft week.
Aln. Turner, btoiekeeper at Kolon,
Kauui, and his wife and baby were
riding in a biako at Koloa last week,
when tho horto became fiightened
at something and shied against a
stono wall. All of tho occupants
weio thrown out. Tho brake ran
over Mrs. Turner's arm, tho horse
stepped on Mr. Turner's leg, and tho
baby was struck on the back of the
head. Nono of tho injuries received
were very serious.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening at 7:30
Meeting of. Excelsior Lodge No.
1 1. O. O. F. in Odd Fellows' build
ing, Fort street, at 7:30 o'clock.
Rchearsnl of the Honolulu Arion
Lecture in tho Seventh Day Ad
ventist's Church by Elder Ilnrq.
Subject: Is the end near?
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY .1. P. MOKOAN.
At 10 o'clock n. in., at tho resi
dence of Capt. Win. Ungcr, tho en
tire household furniture.
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The departure of the S. S. Aus
tralia, like nil previous times, drew
a largo crowd of people to sec her
off. One hundred and ninety seven
passengers, G3 in the cabin, left by
tho steamer. The cargo was valued
at 8149,403.00. The shipment of
bananas this steamer, (see shipping
list) was exceptionally large. The
vessel got away in good stylo, noth
ing out of tho usual line happening.
A PORTUGUESE ANNIVERSARY.
To-dny, Juno 5th, i3 the 08th
anniversary of Constitutional Gov
ernment in Portugal. In celebra
tion of the day the Portuguese Brass
Band assembled at the Portuguese
Club House, on the slopes of Punch
bowl, at an early hour this morning,
and from theie marched to the resi
dence of Mr. Canavano, the ofll
cial icpresentative of Portugal, and
saluted that gentleman withavaiiely
of national airs. On the icturn,tho
band halted at the residence of Mr.
II. V. Schmidt, and plaj'ed a few
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT
Mr James F. Morgan will sell at
the residence of dipt. William Un
ger, Alonsarrat piemises, at 10 a. m.
to-morrow, the entire household
furniture and effects. The furni
tuie is nearly new and embraces
every article to be found in a well
appointed liou-b. Particular atten
tion is called to an elegant Ebony
pailor set and one NVeber square
piano, a splendid instrument in
good order, also three black Walnut
AI. T., bedioom sets but little used.
This is a raie opportunity of ob
taining a lot of flne furnituie at auc
tion pi ices.
The Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation began its annual session in
Kaumakapili Church this morning.
There is the usual average atten
dance of pastors and delegates.
Rev. T. B. Hanaiko jvas chosen
Moderator, and Rev. S. L. Desha,
Scribe. A half hour was spent in
devotional exercises. The Com
mittee on Overture, reported, and
in accordance with its recommenda
tions, the first business was reading
the statistical returns of the
churches. Following this, this af
ternoon, there are to bo read narra
tion of the state of religion on the
the different islands. The scssious
will be resumed to-morrow morning
at 9 o'clock.
A ROYAL DINNER.
A very pleasant little dinner
party of old and intimate friends
was held at the Palace last evening.
Including the roynl host, His Ma
jesty, ten gentlemen sat at the ta
ble. Everyone, excepting one, waB
either native born or a very old re
sident. Three ex-Ministers of Inte
rior were in tho company. Tho
special guest, of the occasion was
tho Hon. Dr. J. Mott Smith, and
those invited to join him were per
sonal and intimate friends. The
other gentlemen were Hon. II.
Widemann, Hon. W. C. Paike,Hou.
S. G. Wilder, Hon. Geo. W. Mac
failane, F. A. Hchaefer Esq., Hon.
W. J. Smith, Hon. Paul Neumann
and Col. C. P. Iaukca. All these
gentlemi'ii, except Mr. Schaefer, are
or have been councctcd ilh tho Gov
ernment of the countiy. Dr. Smith,
Judge Widemann and Mr. Wilder
aio the three cx-Ministers of Inte
lior, ,Mr. Neumjjnn was at ono
time Attoinev-Ueneral. Mr. Parke
was Marshal of the Kingdom for
over thirty years consecutively.
The royal host entertained in a way
gieatly to enhance- the plensuro of
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
llEFOItE JUDD, 0. J.
Satukday, Juno 2d.
In re Chiin Wat, application for
writ of habeas corpus. On motion
of respondent and by agreement
continued to Monday next June 4,
W. R. and II. N. Castlo for peti
tioner Attorney-General C. W,
Ashford and Deputy Attorney-General
A. P. Peterson for tho Marshal
THE OLDEST" DAILY In the
JL Kingdom '1'Jie Uuily Bullctiu."
CO cents per month.
PROFESSOR DICKINSON B ENTERTAtS-MCNT.
Professor Sidney Dhkcnson's en
tertainment at tho Opera House last
night was thoroughly instiuctivc and
interesting, and was enjoyed by a
fnirly huge audience, which looked
and listened with noiseless attention
from beginning to end. The old
Moorish fortress of Aflinmbra was
shown in its many parts and aspects
by large and truthful illustrations
accompanied by explanations and a
recital of many thrilling incidents.
Either the exhibition of pictures or
Mr. Dickinson's lectuic alone would
have been an evening's enjoyment,
but the two combined made a 'double
pleasure. The cnteitainment ter
minated with an exhibition of Ha
waiian views. These were too familial-
to the audience to require any
descriptive accompaniment. Excel
lent pictures of tho King and Queen
ended this series.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
ANNUAL ELECTION 01 ENGINEERS.
The annual election of engineers
for the Fire Department was held
last evening, at the Bell Tower. Mr.
Henry Smith officiated as chairman,
Mr.M. Kennedy as clerk, and Mr.AV.
Aukl and Mr. Lau Cliong as tellers.
The polls opened at 7 and closed nt
9 o'clock. Good-natured enthus
iasm ran high. Two candidates for
each position Chief, 1st Assistant,
and 2nd Assistant weie put "for
ward Mi. 0. B. Wilson and Mr.
John Nott, for tho first position ; Mr.
Julius Asch and Mr. F. Iluslacc, for
the second ; and Mr. Geo. Norton
and Mr. Jas. F. Moigan, for the
third. The balloting was under the
rule which allows only 00 members
of each company to vote. The re
sult of the poll was as follows:
IOU CHinr ENGINEER.
C. B. Wilson.
John Nott. .
Majoiity for Wilson . . . 92
ron rinsT assistant engineer.
Julius Asch 101
F. liubliieo 121
Majoiity for Atch 40
FOR SECOND ASblSTANT ENGINEER.
Geo. Norton 171
Jas. F. Moigan 112
Majority for Norton 50
The declaration of tho nail was
followed by the usual speeches.
DEATH OF A REMARKABLE DOG.
The other morning a handful of
people were discussing the death of
"Smut" the well known dog of J.
P. Bowen, and from the answers to
the many intenogatories put to Mr.
Bowen, the following was gleaned
of the habits and traits of the dog.
She was presented to Mr: Bowen by
George Porter, a character exten
sively known in the States, when
quite a pup. Though somewhat
ungainly in appearance, "Smut,"
nevertheless possessed a history sel
dom equaled in the annals of the
canine race. She had traveled over
the entire extent of tho United
Stales, and Canada, had made five
trips from New Yoik to San Fran
cisco, aud threo from Honolulu to
San Francisco. She was one of the
most intelligent of dogs, in fact so
much so, that Oglesby of Kansas
city, made her owner an offer of
SGOO for her, which was refused.
One of her pups was hid for $2f0
by Fred. Ilartwell the banker of
Colorado, but without success, when
she was only six months old. Mr.
Bowen had taught "Smut,' a great
number of tricks, in tho perform
and of which she equaled those
of the trick dogs o the circus
shows. For instance, by the simple
command of tho voice she would
open or shut a door; assume the
attitude of devotion when command
ed to pray; extend her head for
sleeping when bid ; gap and show
signs of weariness when told to do
so, mount and descend the ladder
and perform the chair acts and
tricks. The most lemarkablo of her
tricks was assuming the position of
a dog when kicked by amnio. This
slio learned from dear esporienco,
having been kicked and almost
killed by a mule at Silver Cliff,
Colorado. The death of "Smut"
in the opinion of those who knew
her many traits and habits, will be
an event long to bo mourned as
although but a poor humble member
of the Canine Rare, her rare intelli
gence and instinct were nlnioit
unman, making her moro than n
In England a four-wheeled cycle
has been invented for military usi-s,
which will c.irry tluce lidcrs, and Is
fitted with u Maxium gun at tho
rear and a liflo inside the right-hand
Miss Agnes Ramsey, daughter of
a Scotch Baronet, has beaten all the
mule students in classics this year
nt Oxford College, England, and
was the only ono to pass in that
division, it is stated.
Sir Arthur Haliburton, a Nova
Scotian by birth, and a son of tho
originator of "Sam Slide," has been
appointed an Under Secretary in tho
Uritish War Ufilco, after serving a
thorough civil tervicp apprenticeship.
7th Dat Juno 5th.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President S. G. Wilder in the chair.
Rep. Brown presented a petition
from Hilo prnying that tho ofllco of
Governor be not abolished. Referr
ed to Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Knmnuoha presented a peti
tion from Kona that konohiki sen
fisheries bo made free. Referred to
IlEl'ORTS OP STANDING COMMITTEE.
Rep. Brown reported from tho
Printing Committee, that the bill to
regulate tho practice of dentistry
was printed and ready for distribu
tion. SPECIAL COMMITTEE.
Minister Thurston slated that the
Postmaster-General had been con
sulted about a mail carrier from
Wailau to Pukoo, and he stated that
Mr. Meyers had been authorized to
make arrangements for that service,
lie also stated that thero were never
more than 5 or G letters exchanged
between these places at any ono
time. Laid on the tabic to bo con
sidered with tho Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Kalaukoa asked several
questions of the Minister of Interior
relating to wood supplied to the
Minister Thurston stated that all
wood at the Settlement belongs to
tho Government. The wood that is
growing there is free to all. The
wood that has recently been taken
there was sent under misrepresenta
tions, parties writing from there
slating that the supply of wood was
exhausted, and that they were suffer
ing for want of fuel. The Minister
went to the Settlement aud found it
that there was plenty of wood, and
could bo obtained for S3 aud SO per
cord, according to quality. The
wood is free if the lepers wish to
get it, but if it, is brought to them
they have to pay for it. The Gov
ernment decided to charge the same
for the wood supplied from other
sources, as it costs to get it there,
which is $G a cord. This is the only
article that the lepers are not fur
nished with face of cost. Their
clothing, food and all other requi
sites are furnished free. They have
nothing to do from week to week
and if they choose they can go
and get their own wood, and it will
cost Uicm nothing.
Noble Smith said he would like to
ask the Attorney-General about an
expression he is said to have made
in the house, to the effect that the
"King's paupers would like to see
Minister Thurston answered for
the Attorney-General, that no such
expression was made by the Attorney-General.
What he did say was,
that the King's Caucus would like
to sec the bill.
ORDER OF TIIE DAY.
Second reading of the bill to re
peal the law relating to the desertion
ol married people fiom each other.
Referred to Judiciary Comiuittec.
Second reading of tho bill to re
peal session laws of 188G, relating
to taxes on property.
Rep. Brown moved to indefinitely
postpone this bill, as the financial
condition of tho country is such that
a reduction of taxes should not be
considered. He said that this was
a measure of the new regime. We
have many obligations to meet, the
loan to adjust, etc. Wc did not
know how much this was going to
cost us, or where it would stop.
Noble Smith moved to refer the
bill to tho Finance Committee. lie
said that one of the planks of the
reform platform was, a reduction of
taxes, and therefore this bill should
have favorablo consideration.
Noble Widemann stated that Rep.
Brown had evidently not read the
repoit of tho Minister of Finance,
as in that report he states that he
wants to borrow moro money, with
out considering this reduction of re
venue. Noble Young said that the taxes
must remain as they are for somo
timo to come. It is no fault of the
present administration 'that such is
tho case. "We have been handi
capped by n previous administra
tion, and we must "grin and bear
it." Many people bcliovc that tho
reform movement is going to por
foim miiacles. It is not so. Wo
have to work diligently and faith
fully, and then wo may be able to
Noble Hitchcock said that tho
whole amount asked for in this re
duction is $1G2,000, and our current
expenses are over 8120,000 more
than this sum, so it seems that we
sliould indefinitely postponed the
Noble Castlo said that ho should
vote as ho thought a majority of the
House would vote. He did not
think that tho Government could
afford to make this reduction nt
present, but he did believe in
committco work, and as this com
mittee would bo governed by the re
commendations of tho House, he
thought that the bill would bo safe
In their hands.
Noble Wnterhouso said ho hoped
tho bill would go to the Finauco
Committco, na their constituents
WaTDo not fail to call nt lite
Arcade and examine the Splendid
Slock of Embroidered Suits at re
wished to seo tho figures.
Noble Baldwin said, as a member
of tho Finance Committee, ho did not
soe the use of referring the bill to
tho committee. The country was
not ready for any reduction in taxes,
and as this was a specific bill, he
did not sec how an benefit could be
derived from referring it to the
Finance Committee. If n general
tax bill .was referred, they could re
Minister Green said that the Cabi
net had carefully considered this
question, and had come to the con
clusion that it was impossible to
make any such reduction at present.
Although such a step would do much
towards making the Government
popular, ho should not advise it to
Rep. Kalaukoa stated that he liked
tho manner in which the men of pro
pcrtj in tho assembly opposed this
law. The object of this law was to
raise money to fill up a gap that had
been caused by the illegal use of
money in previous administrations.
The enactment of this law in 1880
was tho cause of the reform move
ment, which culminated in a change of
Government on the 30th of Juno.
Now the same people say, oh I let
the law alone, it is all right, plenty
of time to reduce taxes by and by.
Rep. Kamauoha said he was in
favor of rcfening the bill to a com
mittee. He introduced the bill, be
cause his constituents, as also many
people of the Kohala districts asked
him to do all ho could for the reduc
tion of taxes. Ho said that a few
rich people in tho House arc in favor
of keeping taxes as the' arc, but
the poorer people, were for a lcduo
tion, and he believed that the com
mittee should take this bill under
consideration, and eventually pats
it. On a risinjr vote the bill was in
Second reading of bill to regulate
the practice of dentistry. Referred
to Sanitary Committee.
Minister Austin, under suspension
of the rules, repotted that the King
had signed the following bills: an
Act to provide for the expenses of
the present session of the Legisla
tuiejandan Act to authorize the
Chief Clerk to sigu licences.
Minister Ashford read for the
first time a bill to repeal Chap. 53
of the Penal Code-relating to a divi
sion of fines, etc., also an Act to
provide for the bringing of suit
against the Government. Referred
to Printing Committee.
Adjourned until 10 a. m. Wednes
day. Up to the present time there has
been nearly 100,000,000 spent on
the canal system of India. And
this sum only represents the amount
spent on the main work3, construct
ed by the Government or English
Oliiectionablo realism Iins lprnmi
a hobby in Parisian society, accord
ing to the London Lancet, which is
usually an accurate authority. It
takes the form of parties made up
to witness medical and surgical
operations and scenes at the Morj
Beer on ic nil the way from St.
Louis, for sale at the Pimthton. 57 tf
ANOTHER" lofof Drnucht'lleor
on ice all the way from St. Louis,
for snlo at the Pnntheon. 57 if
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hiiTe just received ev Ausliulm
another lot of that " PHILADKLI'IIIA
LAGER BELR" in keg-, which they
are offering to their customers. 55 lw
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing wilt be gratefully receiv.
cd for tho uso of the inmates of Ilia
Branch Hospital for Lipers at ICiiknako,
or at the Leper Settlment on Molokal,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr.. at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Uoosebcirlcs, and a largo usort
ment of ico house goods nrrlvcd by tho
Aiistiiilia for the California Fruit
Market. 65 3t
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CAL1
X. forma Poll, Madeira and llalngu,
for salo in kegs nnd cumm by
GONSALVEsj & CO.,
01 Queen sircot.
APRICOTS, Cherries, . Poaches,
Goosuhutrica, and u largo con.
signmcnl of ice hnuso goods arrived by
tho Australia fur the Ban Franci-io
Fruit Depot, Fort street. 05 Ut
rPHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island biihsuripllon, 84 pur annum.
EGISUTURE OF 1880. "Uio Daily
ami Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and reliable reports of tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
TOB PRINTING of all kinds exe
ti cutrd Rt the Daily Bulletin OlUce
HPHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
i. "Tho Dally .Bulletin." 00 cunts
HE DAILY BULLETIN has tho
largest circulation of any paper
printed in this Kingdom. CO cents per
IF YOU really want your money's
worth, of tho finest IIomc-Miide
French and Plain Cdndles, tho most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Pltiiii CakoK, coll at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bikeiy iiuil Ico Ur.-iim
Parlorc, e-UahlUhul 1803. Hotel, oppo.
slio Bethel street. F Han-,, Practical
Coal eciionir, P.iBtry C iok and Orua
uiuuter. P. S, Tha only phico whero
the Genuine Butter Scotch is iniuiu.
facturcd and sold, 10 tf
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
TWO WEEKS ONLY
Lais' Kilet Mr-M, Lafliss KiitM Mermr
In Balbrignii) Merinos and India Gauze at a
0-3S.3EA.T REDUCTION r-
Received by last steamer a Finu and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oiler nt
BED ROOK PRICES
Received diicct from Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Line of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens' Shoes !
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SBLK HOSE !
PLETS LINE OF GOODS
S P E C T 1 O
Are receiving- by every incoming; steamer from San
p j i
Fiirnitiire, Chairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
WSY STYLES TJST
PIANOS tuid DETUaTCITUiEME
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
( Warranted Sin'gers.)
FOR SALE AT
Take Notice !
Irwin & Co.
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Fancy Goods !
New Goods !
& GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
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