Newspaper Page Text
I:'1";" ' fefiflMgasiBmiUMBMi
BI3II0P & Co., BA3C
Iluuolulu. Hawaiian ltd:
Draw Etcliau. 011 tl
Cuuk oi Oulii, full
And their t -tits In
NEW YORK, BOSTO... IIONCi
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild rt Si
The Coinnioiclal Hunk Co., t
The Commercial Bunk Co., i
The Bank of Nov Zealand i
Ohriutchurch, nrd Welllu
The Bank of British Colun.
torln, B. O., nnd Portland. Jr.
Trausact a Ucnouii liiiriMtip, ilusincas,
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of alt.
FRIDAY, SEl'T. It, 188S.
A PROPOSITION REVERSED.
"Nothing hits been more forcibly
brought forward within the Jatt year
or so than the fact, that Honolulu is
not tho pivot upon which the whole
of this little hmmloin will for the
future have to inoe." This is a
qilotation from an cilitotial aiticle
in this morning's "Advertiser," and
inii?ut be made to conform to fact
by the oiiiKsion ot the word "not."
Thus: "Nothing lias been more for
cibly brought forward within the
last year or so than the fact that
Honolulu is the pivot upon which
the whole of thin little kingdom will
for the future have to move." The
truth is reached by simply capsizing
the "Advertiser" proposition and
bringing the bottom side up. The
tendency of almost the entire course
of the past year has been to central
ize everything in Honolulu, and
make it the one pivotal point of the
kingdom. Can our contemporary name
one move, excepting the Road Board
Act, which has not tended in this
direction? If so, we and many oth
ers, particularly residents of the
other islands, will be glad to hear it.
MUSIC FOR BUSINESS MEN.
A few weeks ago the Koyal Ha
waiian IJand gave an open-air con
cert in front of the bank of Bishop
& Co., Merchant street, it being tho
thirtieth anniver-ary ol the oigani
zation of that institution. Since
then many bushier men have inter
viewed Bandmaster BergT, and re
quested him to piny once or twice a
mouth at some central pi ice in the
business portion of the .-ity. The
veranda of the Post (JUici has been
mentioned and it is probiioly as con
venient a place as could be found,
the players being protected fiom the
rays of the sun. The reason given
for asking this favor is because
there 'larc some business men who
live a long way from the city and
they do not have the chance to at
tend the regular band concerts so
frequently as those living in town.
They say that a concert once or
twice a month at the place named
would lie very enjoyable. Band
master Bergcr is wot king the mat
ter up, and it is almost safe to saj'
that morning band conceits for the
benefit of business men will become
.'' i n i i i
"LUSO" EDITOR TALKS
The editor of tho "Luso Hawaii
ano" had a neat little letter in yes
terday's "Advertiser," in reply to
,a.communlcntion which appeared in
tho same paper a day or two before,
enquiring ,wlry the "Luso" declined
tq. express an opinion relative to
the merits of certain applicants for
the position of interpreter in our
courts. Tho editor claims the "right
to remain! silent at times." Klght
.you are, brother. Pope, or home
body else, once said something like
.'Satire Is my w capon, hut I am too dis
. To run amuck und tilt at all I meet."
-Every editor, with a Jittle varia
tion of Hicwprding, could wisely
adopt the old satirist's motto. The
"Luso" editor say-., too, that he
does not believe in willing up a
matter unless he has something
sensible to say about it. He is a
wise man. It would be well if all
the rest of us followed his example.
'But running a daily is vastly differ
ent from a weekly sheet. Tho edi
tor of the daily has very little
time for reflection, whilo the editor
of tho weekly has ti no to look
closely at everything he writes be
fore it is published.
Mrs. McCm -iiy
fTOULD like cngugcii-cnls to go out
T T ly tlio day to uew. inquire jo-
iffllllllWIyfirtiihfeMMJJBvilHiBi tjcNrt'i'iwa"iiiiiJ.MWfcwtJtvJwti3:igt- MNi"lfti'rtW'rw.v...gwfre
OUIt BELIE? dONfl&MEfi.
lion. H, Castlo, President of
tho Legislative Assembly, attacks
iti'uus morning s "Advertiser an
article which :. j iTKt in uiti"
cIa,v'a IiLLi.L'n.i iu icjVii.ae to tne
ici-vnl brilii'M ca. c : Mid Sir. J. A. i
Magooa, Uot'tutaty o( the Li-glulti-lure,
has a couiniur.ualiou m this
issue of the 13i.lli-.tix. of n similar
uature. lloth gtntlumcn object In
our reflections on Air. Kawninui and
Air. Kalaukoa, and consider them
unjust and unmerited. , In fact, the
1'iesitlent and Secretary consider
the conduct of the two members
highly piaiscworthy. With the view
of correcting our opinion, if it were
not according to the evidence, we
have again waded through tiro testi
mony published in the Advertiser;
but llnd nothing therein to weaken
the position assumed yesterday.
Indeed we aic confirmed in the con
viction that oar icllcctions weic
fully merited, particularly by Air.
Kalaukoa. Mi. Magoon said that
instead of encouraging men to do
their duty we discourage them. This
is simply a perveision of fact. It
is not the duty of a legislator to try
to inveigle others into taking bribts
for the purpose of getting them
punished, which the evidence clearly
shows was done. It is in the line of
plain duty to check and not assist
such pioceedings. Mr. Castle seems
to endorse the doctrine that "the
end justifies the means." The
15uli.i:i!X docs not belong to that
school. Our code of honor, suclt as
it is, can never countenance the
conduct which the President and
Secretary eulogize as highly com
mendable. MUD HOLES.
Editou Bui.i.r.TiN : Kindly per
mit me, through your valuable cir
culator, to remind our worthy Koad
Supervisor that there still exists a
disgraceful piece of road on Hotel
street, between Fort and Union.
The mud never dries in that section
and it is sloughy all the year round
on account ol tho deplorable street
The JJoad Supervisor will receive
tho heaitiest thanks by repairing
those nasty mud holes for
A Horr.i. br. JIuoum Votx.k.
Honolulu, Sept. M, 188S.
EwroK BLLi.r.Ttx: An unkind,
uncalled for and ungentlemanly ar
ticle appealed in your paper of yes
terday eM'iwig from a correspon
dent, heath d, "An intolerable nui
sance." If J am informed conectly,
the author ia well-known crank and
growler, and has growled him-elf
out of every venture he has under
taken since he cau.u Io the Islands,
but the Bankrupt Act. lie does
not know any moie about good
breeding than he does about good
music, and tlieieforc is unworthy of
any luither notice. XX.
THE BRIBERY CASE.
Mr. Kuitoii: In your editorial
of ycstci day under the heading of
"Reflections on the Bribery Cast"
you say that Messrs. Kawainui and
Kalaukoa aie highly censurable for
the part they played in the mattci ,
and as for Kalaukoa we consider
that he merited expulsion ; a blot
rests upon his name in the estima
tion of honest and honorable men
In these statements you hac done
the honorable gentlemen leferred to
an irreparable wrong. It won't! ap
pear that you are rather dissatisfied
that tho corrupt members were die
covered. But it is not clear to my
mind how you make any distinction
between Mr. Kawainui and Mr. Ka
laukoa. To bo sure Mr. Kawninui
would not have anything to do with
taking the money, but he was fully,
cognizant of the fact of corrupt in
tentions on the pait of certain mem
bers of the House, and there was no
confidential obligation on him, as to
those men to remain silent. But
Mr. Editor, why do you not go
fiiither and include tho President
and Minister Thurston m the blot
ted list? They were equally guilty
with Mr. Kawainui in that they knew
that money was being offered. Bui
as to Mr. Kalaukoa, at tho time he
was approached, the crimo so far as
the Legislature was concerned, had
been committed. Had he said no
thing, or done anything short of stat
ing the matter publicly to the House
the money would in some w3r or
oilier have been paid over, and the
men who took it would have ban
members of the IIouso to-day. Ii
he had, as soon as he was nppnnti.
cd, stated that he had been oil ft !
money and had given tho nuiiiib of
thoo that were given to him us be
ing in the ling, under tho"reasonablc
doubt" rule one half of the commu
nity would nisvcr believe the parlies
guilty unless some of them had gcu
crously come forward and currnb
eiated hit, statement, and the fact
that the oilier members whoso names
aic mentioned in tho evidence stoutly
denied the whole matter coupled
with the every day observation's of
denial of guilt even by tho guilty,
may give the sWongest icasous foi
the belief that the members now
expelled would never have been so
if 3Ir. Kalaukoa hut) rclietl upon
llicir tonfessiiig their guilt; but by
tho money being actually paid over
ihelr guilt is thoroughly es
tablished. It may not be" amiss
nmlsi to stale that dutinit the tie-
I h.ilo in the House theie was no intl
U'l'.ion, oven, that Kawainu'hid not
...k' ii Li'w pn-pcr vuuiM!, onil ni.ly
die uU'ii'jfd and si mo nf those,!
ih'i.ih. hose nnuiea hud been given
l to Mr. Kii!ul.na a being in the
j i tiii' Lad a word to wiv against him.
Hut on the cuntrniy lie was eulo
gized b ti.rn wlioxe chaiacti r I do
not tl in k, Jr. Editor, ou would
care to undertake to impeach. By
your course, instead ol encouraging
men to do their duty you discour
age them. Instead of giving them
a licl.iug hand in the performance
of a tuo.-t disgrecablo action and mi"
winch few men even with skin all
white have the moral coinage ,to do
you with great unction administer a
kick. 1 should not have undei taken
the statement had Mr. Kawninui
alone been mentioned by you, for
defence of him is wholly unneces
saiy. Mi. Kalaukoa is compara
tively unknown. Alter what 1 have
stated if any candid man can havc
any doubts about tho rectitude of
ln intentions, nil I usk of him is to
lead caiefully the evidence.
J. Ai.fked Magoon.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1888.
SUPREME COURT NOTES. ;
Ills Honor the Ghicf Justice this
morning passed upon and allowed
the annual accounts in the following
Account of David Dayton execu
tor of the will of Israel Fisher, de
ceased. Account jof Mrs. A. A. Perry
guardian of the heir's of Jason Perry,'
deceased. This account included
a statement of cost of the Perry
Block, coiner of Niiuanu mid Hotel
sti eel, Honolulu.. t , , .
Aciount of Nakaiewalu (k) guard
ian of Kahai and luialii," minors';' "
Account of J. Mcemano guardian
of Isaiali Pahee a minor.
Accounts of F. A. Schacfer
guardian of the heirs of Hermann
llolslciu, deceased and heirs of Jno.
The iiccount of Trustees of the
Lunalilo estate filed by Hon. AV. O.
Smith were referred to the master
lor vcriDeation nnd report.
Mrs. L. S. Bennett has been ap
pointed to the "Wntalua Government
.hool in place of Mr. Mitchell, who
has taken charge of the school at
Mian M iry Babcock has resigned
her po&ition in the Royal School.
iMiss Mabel Ladd has been appoint
ed a teacher in the latter school.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
Gcneral of Schools, leaves on Tues
day next for a circuit of the island
ol Hawaii, to be absent about seven
nr eight weeks. He will make a
thorough inspection of all the
school- on that island.
A louf-e of study to be used in
the (lovernmcitt schools has been
i.( .Mid by Mr. Atkinson and Mr
,!. M. hcott jointly, and printed
copies Mil be bent next week to nil
llie li acheis.
A Hawaiian geography and II.i
waititi history are in course of pre
MAS! ERPIECE ! il-conlV
i tu ildiiig Cuke ( an In - en m. I bin
Alii'hNfW Candy S'oiv. Tlu-'nl jeel
is cll-tMiril y mi iinpi i'ii n i.s it is all
ii H dunk, male und ih siynnl by t lie
i.e kI toiiltcliuni r of I Jie above nrm.
A GENTLEMAN otover SO yeijs
liuslncrs c.jeTrricu wi'li liTrgd
:i mt in I'liglund iiml ibis Kingdom is
o en for u re-cn(.'iigeiiieiit us Book.
If eper, Cashier und( Correspondent. He.
fereuues and Icstinionlalb of 'the higbest
I der. -Addict 1..0. libx 470. 4'J'lui
A QUANTITY of f-eeond-hand Kope,
all bizes; suitable for hauling lines
and general running fjeir for BteamciB
or schooners. Aim, old Canvas Sails,
Miitiihle for nwnbigH or jcovering for
outside ufresiiincni .stfinds. Apply
11 King street.
TWO Furnished 'Rooms.
AppljVU). . .
M. X. KKXNEDY,
Corner Fort & Hcretanin sis.
FOIt ItENT or LEASE
mh, a npiIB House nrar the corner
rSmS$S - of Beretaniii nnd Pilkol
&g?a streets at present occupleil by
Maleolui Brown. Possession given Oclo.
uir 1,1688. Apply to
At Recorder's Ofllco, Uov. Building.
A light tlirtcijUirier
load Wagon, no nly
new. i'rice, $70; cost,
!..( , Alio, 1 tceoiid-hand Caiom Bil.
di rd Table, complete nnd In good if.
i ulr. luqulie of
45 !lt J. P. BOWEX.
i 11 SUNG, doing business under the
t v Hmuniuoot Yce Hop, in Hobo
lulu, iiimli) an iibslt'imiciit to Hyninu
I. ox. tldb ieih d.iy of rk'utembcr. All
i ii tiiii-r- of the r-iate are requested to
i lei. i.i iht'lr claims within DO dajs, and
ill i. lit'liud inubt iiviko iiiimnliiiii! bci
iliiiuil ll'MAN BRO-i.,
.i liini'i'B nf Die -mwi of Ah ho '.
Uonolulii, Sept. 12, 188S. 46 iw
HE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
MjIIciI to loroign countries, $6 per
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
HonseMfl Fnrnitnre ! I
Oil WEDNESDAY, Sept. 19tb,
AT JO O'CI.IH'K A. 31..
t !' I- ri'Miloneo i'f Mr. N. !"cliwnnz,
N' . o S' hn..l Kiifci, Wellhmton P.ncc,
(ou account of riunVil) l will tell at
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
j. Mail, Carved B.W. Parlor Set
Upholstered In Flguml Plush.
Parlor Furniture !
Large Marble Top Center Table,
1 Might I'entUtit Chandelier,
v Sofa. Rues, ScuWVih ItuiiiS,
Laco Curtains A Poles,
1 Pat. Bed Lounge,
In Haw Silk. Emroldcied
Foot Stools, Vacs,
' r e 1
(Mirror Bucks). Picture Frame',
Upholstered Pinno Stool, Marble
Top Uoquct Table!, Bilc-aUrne, &c,
One Heavy Carved B. Y. Marble-top
Clipper Spring Matliusses,
, Mo4qulto Nets,
1 Ash Marble-top Bedroom Set
Decorated Hanging Lumps,
t B. W. Hall Siuml (luinosee Marble)
BlitcVWnlnut Dlnfn-'f h iir.
Black Walnut Extension Table,
Crockery, Meat Safe, &c, &c.
ESpeciul attention is callid to this
Sale of desirable Household Furniture.
Tin- premises w ill be open for Inspcctltn
on Tuesday, from 9 a. m. to 3 v. m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
By oidcr of F Ilairi-on, 1-sq., 1 will
pell at Public Auction, at my Sales-
Mioins, Queen trect.
On FRIDAY, Sept, 21, 1888
AT IS O'CLOCK SOOS,
Situated on the eoincr of Liinnlllo and
Vietmla stieet, anil adjoining the
lcsldcnee of r. X. h. .-auhs.
The lot has a fronmgc of Wq ft on
Lunalilo St., and ill li on Vietmla St.
nnd eontiiiiibig -IS- 00 aeie. Vatqr is
l.iid on ihrouglioiil the pieiuisc, and
the grounds are wcl lplaiued with trees.
( outaiiiiiig 5 Jtooins each, with
Stable and Oiit-housee.
PreniUcs are well fenced. The situa
tion of ihLiimpoity Insures good draln
age!'alid cominnntU an extended view
from Diamond Head tothe Walanau
The above offern one of the f.s op
lioitunltles to proetup a deiiiable resi
dence, pleasantly loealeil.
The sum of $2,000 ean lciualn on
mortgage for 1 year at 0 per eent.
DEEDS AT PURCHASER'S EXPENSE.
For fulhiT i)iirticulai apply to F.
Harrison, 'Esq., or to
X ' i ..Auctioneer.
TliEnE'wIft be sold 300
head of Cattle, con.
(dating j of excellent Milch
Cows', Steers, Heifers and
Calves, at Boyd's Cattle Fen, at Mnuna
will, Kailua, Konlaupoko,
On Saturday; Sept. 23 '88,
AT 1!S O'WOOK XOOJJ.
MUS. BEKE STONE.
IK order to effect a clearance the un.
dennentloned goods will be sold
at very low prices: Copper Boat and
hhcutliiug Nails, Engineers' Hammers,
Connecting Links, Carriage Wrenches,
3 Tit-rces Asphaltum, a largo assortment
of Patent Blocks, from S to 14 Inch ;
Clothes Line Blocks, Patent Sheaves,
Sdl Thimbles, 4 pubs Fine Brass Hhip's
hie bights, 12 G obu Lanterns, ltlg.
gi .g Sernws, lleinp Duek, Nos. 1, 2, 11
and 4; Carpenter's Chi i'is, Wire Rope
fiom 1 to :i inuli; Must tloop-,10, 18
and 4 Inch. Aii y to
F. M. SWAX.Y,
Atsii.no ot I) IUcKcn.ie.
At Tlieo. II. Davles & Co 3 olllce.
4 a (It i&r
NOTIOE to OltEDI'i)KS.
riMIE unilersigncil having been ap.
.1. poinied Ailnrnlelintor of the Es
tate or John Giuol.i of Kalllil Wnenu,
Honolulu, decenbid, gives notice to all
creditors of said J hn Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated and with
pioper voueheis whether bcoiued by
I'oitjML'o or otliciuifu to him at his
( Illeu'Nii. 15 Kduluiinunu street, Hono.
1 ilu, w It liin six mouths from date or
ilii'y will bo foievtr barred.
Adinlni tiutor of the Ebtato ot John
JIouolulu, Sept. IS, 1888. 45 lia
TuliaMe Real Es
Auction Sale by James I Morgan.
Ranch at Auction
'I he well kiioun
In Hum, Htmnll.
Tlie proper! of O V. ('. Jni s, will lie
ulleieil at At c ion If .1. I. M r.'iin
Aiirtloiieir, m lit? Sale roi iii, o. 14 '"
Oa Saturday Next, 15th inst.,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOON,
Surveyed anil boundaries settled, con
tains t4,G28 Acres and Is held In fee
Be'idci this largo land there are six
pieces, held by same title, upon which
are Pntltlonks and Branding Pens, nnd
a Morehouse at the Kaalunlu landing.
There arc also T Parcels of Land held
The Cattle number 2,000 Head
More or less, of the followed
Durham, Ayrshire and
This hord is a very gentle one, liav
ing been bred largely from Milking
Stock. Of Horses tlicro are
4 Well-known Stallions,
0 Brood Mures and 10 Colts and
about 1'0 Saddle Horses
There are also
Working1 Oxen. !
Mule?, Donkeys, Hogs & Fowls.
And all the Tools nnd Implements ne
cessaiy for the running of a lirst-
clnss dairy and stock ranch.
"Furllier particulars can
Mr. G. TV. O. JONES,
Or J'. O. CARTER.
lortcagBBNotiCr) of Sale.
BY order of Mr. 0. Bolte, assignee of
a moi tgagee made by Antonc
Francisco Vierra to Manuel Bni,tiste,
dated Nov. 15, 1887. and rceoid d In
Liber 108, on pages 380 and 3i7, 1 will
sell at Public Auction
On SATURDAY, Sept. 10, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, all the
properly included in said mortgage n
A Lease of 102 Acres of Land
.AX jYIfixioix Valley.
On the Land arc 7 Taro Patches, with
growing Taro. pait of it neaily ripe.
AIho alio i t 2,000 Banana Trees, about
10 bunches lady to be cut for next
On the Luid are 2 Good Houses with
Barn and Out-Houses.
A good stream of water runs through
Tho purchaser his the light to cut
Fiicwond foi sa'c. of the Land is
ubleased at $by per annum.
And at I o'clock,
I will sell at the P.iwaa Paddock,
King sticet, opposite resilience
of Judge ilcCully,
About 50 Head of Cattle !
Including some very fine
About 5 Horses,
1 Farm Wagon.
1 Set of Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
tSTFor further particulars apply to
C. Bolte, Esq., or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
41 !U Auctioneer.
Evening Auction !
On Saturday Even'g," Sept. 16,
. AT 7 :UO O'CLOCK,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, a large
and desirable assortment of
Just received, and comprluing
Fancy Prints, Fancy Zephyrs,
Striped Berge?, Ladit ' Silk Hose,
LaceCurlalns (in White & Kir),
Embroidered Talilo Covers,
All colors of Silks & Satins 1
In Suit Lengths. A large variety of
Velvet aid Ailttsler Eis
White Victoria Lawns, Ladies' bin.
broldered & Muslin Holies, and
a varied assortment ot
Fcuilicr Plumes & Wings,
Oatrich Feathers, Etc.
C-Tho attention of the Ladles is
called to this sale of new and stunlo
articles. The articles will be on exhibi.
tlon on Saturday morniug.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. adTcrtiso in the Dailt Uullktin.
Jffl, MEIlk, LiLIB, CUlMJllill Ell FUlltO.
SF"Soniethiug New and Su.tablc for this Ulimate.sCff
On Account of mmm
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glass & Parian Ware, Opera it
Marino Glasses, Telescopes,
2MDwsie Boxes, Toys, JBoolvS., -AJUbums,
And other things) too numeroiiB to mention.
Goods will be offered "at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER aUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gpV The above Goods arc New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
&2 OJPEHN" EJVEJTIIO-S -353
W. H. GRAENHALGH,
IOO ITai-L Street, Honolulu.
. ......n. - 1
irortrr sm eet,
ST BARGAINS -J New Line of JBST BARGAINS -8
Lamps, Chandeliers ; Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
SHELF-HAMAKE, PLOWS MEFL MEECHAKDISE
IXovelties and Fancy Goods, In Xjitr-jjo "Vu.ricsl.y.
"Wo havo on hand a quantity of
New Zealand SVkillef
For Sale at $2 per dozen tins.
Tliet-e really delicious fUli are very
much superior to the Ilnwaiinn article
of the same iinnie, and arc much more
thoothsome than salmon. They lmvo
not the heaviness of the latter flali, nnd
arc much Letter adapted for food iu a
Thoy are "Without Bones.
Brown '& Co.,.
28 'Werchnnt Street. 3t
ONE flne Milch Cow,
price, $125. Apply
at the Buu.itTiN Ofllcc.
01 8td oaw
FOR SALE or L.ET
THE House and Lot on
Iseretanla street next to
Mr. John Lna's on the west;
large lot runs from Beretsnla to Young
street. IIouso contains parlor, dining,
room, three largo bedroom, kitchen
bath-room and out-houses Inquire of
01 tf W. O. WILDKK.
A HOUSE ou School street
lii'iir the wooden lirldge,
containing llvo rooms,' besides
liilllartl.rooin, bathroom, kitchen nnd
puntiy Also cm i utge house and stublcs
lur two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Waterliouse'i. Fort-street Store.
Building1 Lots Long
minulcj' walk from
3t JL' J'oat uiuce. Thirty Lots,
" each nlinnt 1(0 fiit crninr.
Low terms. Apply to
GONSALVL'S & CO.,
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X eveniug paper. 00 ceutu per month.
JKft&tmS&l99tm3& d& ' A Einull lot of
1 , ,J
28 - 88 lin
All the above
Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for the trade.
IN QUARTS & PINTS.
to hand per " Bark Corauna."
ser FOB WAJLiE -u
At F, A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
Genuine Bavarian Beer!
Just landed Ex. "O. H. Bishop"
The Celebrated Spaten Brew !
Of Munich, Bavaria.
IN PINTS & QUARTS.
At F. A. SCHAEFER &' CO.'S.
St. RAPHAEL WINE !
Of Valence, France.
An excellent tonic and liighly.rccom.
mended by physicians as such In cases
of Intermittent fever and in the varied
forms of debility as well as scrofulous
and cancerous ullcctions, often caused
by blood poisoniiiL', and piirllcuhuly in
passive hemorrhage and in obstlnato
IN CASES OF 1 DOZEN BOTTLES EACH
c iron -jail.iq -
At F, A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
aT Y ofllco will be closed from Beptem.
liX her 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from the Kiiiedom.
, . M. E. GHOSSMAN,
S tf Dentist, US Hotel bt.
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
J- udycrliso in tho Daily Buuutxm.
WWnj Ga M-