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Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 8J5.
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MONDAY, MAUCII -J, 1880.
Aui biljjGoo II Douglas, is days from
'Stair Lehua from llaiimkua
Stmr Mlkaliala from Kauai
Stint-Pole from Ilnnudnin
Stmr Kllauca Hon from Ifninnknu
Sehr Katikeaoull from Kohala
II H M S Coniorant from a eruUc
Sehr Iiiilainanu from llnlawa
,. , DEPARTURES.
Stmr Likcllkc for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr MokollI for Molokal at 5 n m
Stmr Viva for Muni
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolait
Stnir ICaala iorWaialua anil Waianae
at U a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr WO Hull for I.nlniliia, Maal.usa,
Koua. Kan uid the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauai at . p m
Stmr .las Makco for Kapaa at ! ) in
From Kauai, pur Mmr Mlkaliala, Mar
3 K 0 S Parchei" I. s Uronon, .1 W
Bruce. G W Hahlu In, Capt J Jo., A
fceward. Kcv Father I.eonnre, Hon U X
Wilcox. C U Burner. J Thompson. K
Ivocpku, II S Tiejrlo.ui, F 1 Hn.stlnjrs,
O 1 Bo-", 4 Chinese, and I j deck
CARCOES FROM ISLAND P0Ts7
Stmr Pole 1102 h:ij;s Migar.
btmr Lcliun 2f)0() tia.s sugar.
Stmr Mokolil (!.J0 lings sugar anil 50
Stmr Mlkaliala imS8 bags sugar and 200
Stmr Waialcale-Iiufi;! bags sugar and i0
Stmr .las Makcc 20li 1 bags sugar and
70 pkgr mi.
Stmr hnid.i 170'J bags sugar.
Stmr Cuinnihis liioo bags sugar.
SehrLiholiho lTU'.t bags sugar.
Sehr Kaullltia-Al'210 bag? sugar.
Sehr Kaukcaouli 2100 bags -ugar.
Sehr Mary 1000 hairs sugar.
Stmr Kilauca Hon 15.100 bugs sugar.
The bark "W YV Cac and tern Ewa
both left Kalnilui, March 1, for S-in
FraneLoo, with full cargoes ot sugar.
The Lchua brought ;!0 head of cattle
from Hawaii yesterday.
The hrigniiiiui! Geo'H Douglas, ('apt
iTneobson, arrived Sunday evening, IS
days from San Francisco villi a cargo
of nierclinndisK valued at 10.'JbS, in
cluding aaiLl lb! sugar, .11)7 ells barley.
10 IS sks fertilizer, lii.1 oils oat-, L00 ks
bran, 07 gals wine, 21 ctls coin, 11.1 libls
bottled beer, .100 cs coal oil. HO m cigar
ettes, M0 bbls lime at d 00 bbU salmon.
"While here she will bo registered under
the Hawaiian ll.ig.
The bark Xowsboy sailed from Xew
castle, X S W, Fclu nary 11th, for Kahu
lul. The bark Sonoma arrived at San Fran
cisco February 12th, IS days fioni
The sehr Sailor Boy sailed from San
Francisco, February 12ih, for Mnhu
HAKDUASTLK In this city, at 1 a. m.
March -Itli, Mr. Siinon'llardcasiie,
a native of Yorkshire, England, in
the 00th year of his age. Deceased
had been a much respected rc-ident
of these islands for the past twenty
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
In the Police Court this morning
Ailau was charged with maliciously,
willfully and with malice afore
thought killing and murdering Louis
Johnson, at "Waialua, Oahu, on
December ;i0, 1888. The further
hearing of the cabe was postponed
' THE CORMORArlT RETURNS.
II. M. S. Cormorant with Major
J. II. Wodchouse, H. 11. M.'s Com
missioner, on board, arrived this
morning from Kauai, having made
the circuit of the Island and having
visited Ilanalei, Waiinca and Na
wiliwili. The weather was fine
throughout the cruise. Kain was
anxiously looked for.
A FRACTIOUS HORSE.
On Saturday afternoon, when the
crowd was returning from Knpiolani
Park, Police Captain Lai sen's horse
and brake were standing on the
bridge in charge of a native. The
horse became fractious and caused
the crowd to scatter in every direc
tion. Several women and children
bareby escaped being knocked over.
A native policeman was called, and
he enquired who the horse belonged
to. When told it was Larson's, he
walked right away from the spot and
gave no assistance whatever.
IK iunco lti'.roiti: tiii: l'uu. col'ut.
Monday, March 1th.
L. A. Thurston, guardian vs.
"Win. Aylett. Hill to cancel a deed.
Continued from February 15th.
Further heard, argued and sub
mitted. POLICE COURT.
Monday, March -ltli.
Twenty-two di links had to pay
the usual SO.
Win. Crouso for habitual drunk
enness was lined SI 2,
Ah You was lined 810 for assault
and battery on lvunuikn.
Joe Naliiholani was lined $lf and
Keliikuloa $10 for affray.
Ilipa, for larceny, was sent on
tho reef for one month,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Welcome back, Cormorant.
To-Moitnow is Shrove Tuesday.
Tin: "Friend" for Maich is out.
Wkdnksday is tho first day in
Cmr.r Justice .Tudd presides at
Chambers this week.
Mn. (I. A. Auisdcn, tho piano
tuner, is again in town,
Coi.. ',. S. Spalding and family
nie stopping at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Tin: tram car track is being laid
on the lower part of Nuuanti street,
It may be Hint the Australia will
not arrive until early Wednesday
Thanks to dipt. .Tacobson, of the
Geo. II. Douglas, for a late San Fran
Mit. L. .1. Levey has a few choice
eatiiuliitH in bloom for sale at his
Tin: S. S. Australia will lie due to
morrow from San Francisco with
dates to Feb. 20lh.
I'ancakks for dinner bvinoriow.
Look out ye Englishmen and see
that ye get them.
Tur.iti: was big lire in Kalihi valley
Sunday evening, which could be seen
plainly a long distance away.
Tin: members of the Honolulu
Arion Society have been photo
graphed by Mr. Thco. P. Severin.
Mil. Ahlo's foreman at Kancohe,
was married to a Chinese lady ves
teiday, by the licv. H. II. Parker
Miss Dora Dowsett leaves for
Kauai to-morrow on the Mikahnla,
to be absent for a month. Pleasant
Any amounts due G. West ife Co.
for musical instruments, etc., will be
collected by the Hawaiian Business
Tin: name of T. A. Burke, who was
elected an honorary member of the
Pioneer Clubsliouldbe Tell A.Burns,
Tin: "Friend" for March contains
tho first part of an interesting and
instructive essay on, "Why are the
llawaiians dying out?" by'liev. S. K.
At 10 o'clock to-monow morning
the quarterly meeting of the Board
of Tint-tecs of the Queen's Hospital
will lie held in the rooms of tho
Chamber of Commerce.
Tin: '"Morning Star" is not duo un
til April 29, if the full programme for
the voyage is carried out. But (ho
work may be shortened in the t'nio
line Islands; and, if so, she may pos
sibly return earlier than was planned.
An out sixty persons attended tho
Blue IHbbou entertainment Satuiday
evening. The programme was fully
canied out. Mr. P. C. Jones pre
sided, and after wishing theie had
been a Fuller house, rcmaikcd that
the first number on tho programme
ought (o be "Up in a balloon, boys."
The President not having returned
it was Omitted.
Bnv. Oliver P. Emerson, the new
Corresponding Secreta.y of tho Ha
waiian Board, pi cached at the Cen
tral Union Church Sunday evening.
His theme was the intellectual supre
macy of Jesus. Mr. Emerson has
just returned from a visit to the Le
per Settlement, and goes to-inoirow
to Kailua to attend the semi-annual
meeting of the isl.md association of
Hawaii. Ho will make the tour of
that island before he icturns to Ho
nolulu. Bnv. W. D. Westcrvilt, of Denver,
Colorado, has been appointed by the
A. 11. C. F. M. to the Hawaiian Mis
sion. He has been a successful pastor
for fourteen years, and comes to this
new woik with the advantages of
ripe oxpciionce. Wherever ho and
his wife may be located, the com
munity will have tho advantage of
an advocate and helper in every good
work, though it is to the Ha'waiia i
chinches specifically that their labors
will bo primarily devoted.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:510.
Y. M. C. A. hookkeeping classes,
at 0:510 and 7:15.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Ilnriuoiry Lodge No. J) I. O. of O.
F., at 7:510.
Hand concert at Emma Square,
at 7:550 p. m.
Meeting Field and Lino Olliccrs,
Honolulu Hides at 7:530.
Annual meeting Inter Island
Steam Navigation Co., at 10 a. m.
Annual meeting Peoples Ice mid
Refrigerator Co. at 10 a. m.
Departure of steamer W. G. Hall,
for Maui and Hawaii, at 10 a. in.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7:510 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AHT I.
Overdue Slavonian Till
Introduction Taiinhauser AVngner
Wall .-Love's Dreamland I.iddel
Selection II Trovatoro (new) .... Verdi
Hone Ac Xei, Hole Waimea, Ahca Oe.
Dlli'l' t r
.Medley Musical PowWow Beyer
. , lull.' i.w.t. , a . . .
1'atiol i in ki-h Mieluiells
Qiiadrlllo Tiugeltaiicel Thlele
DAILY BtfL&BHHGN: HONOLULU. H IM
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No Balloon ascension ou Saturday
Tho Reason Why.
Free Exhibition to bo Given !
Close ou to five thousand person?
assembled in Knpiolani Paik and vi
cinity on Saturday to witness a bal
loon ascension by Prof. Emil Mel
ville. Soon after "seven o'clock in
the morning people started for the
park, mid toward noon the scno
on the Waikiki road was a lively
one. The tramcars were crowded
to their utmost capacity, mid tho
busses and hacks were also largely
patronized. Hundreds of peop c
were to be seen on the top of Punch
bowl while a good many took posi
tion on the slopes of Diamond Head.
The speclatois at the Park were
composed of all classes and the ut
most good order prevailed, notwith
standing the disappointment.
Soon after two o'clock the Pro
fessor commenced to make arrange
ments for the ascent. The balloon
was secured at the top by a rope ex
tending from two poles. A board
fence, some fifteen icct high, had
been erected to shelter the balloon
from the wind, which blew rather
strong during the afternoon. Prof.
Melville has an apparatus of his
own for inflating the balloon. The
furnace was buried in tiic ground
the balloon being supplied with the
gas thraugh a fuui.pl. A ftw
minutes before ! o'clock when the
nidation was going on as nicely as
possible, a rent about a foot 1 nig
was noticed near the lop of the bal
loon with smoke issuing from it.
When this became generally known
there was a bitter disappointment
among the crowd and a good many
people at once left for home. Mel
ville at first decided not to attempt
the ascension, but a little later on
the rent was sewn up and nidation
again begun. The sliong wind se
riously interfered w ith the work of
lnllation. A few minutes before (i
o'clock the balloon caught on lire
and for a few moments until it was
put out there was the liveliest kind
of a scene. Fortunately no acci
dent occurred. A general rudi for
home was now made by the crowd
as it was quite certain tlicie would
be no ascension. The King and
Queen. Princesses Liliuokalani and
Poomaikclani, Princes Kawanana
koa and Kalanianaole, attended by
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kobeilsou weic
in the Jockey Club stand dining the
afternoon. The Hawaiian band
played several selections.
Of course the crowd was disap
pointed, and inaii3' expressions to
that effect were heard. No one felt
it more than Prof. Melville himself,
and he is bound to keep faith with
the public. Next Saturday he will
give a iree ascension from a central
position, and it is to be hoped that
the weather will be entirely favor
able. Prof. Melville lias sent the
following letter for publication :
To Tin: Pfiu.ic or IIonomi.u :
By reason of several accidents
caused by uncontiollable circum
stances, 1 was unable to make my
balloon ascension Saturday. I am
exceedingly sorry, for this was the
lirst lime 1 ever failed to make a
successful ascension. The unusu
ally strong winds that were blowing
(and which alone caused the (lie ami
damage), rendered it the greatest
dilllculty to conduct the inflation.
However, in order that the public
may have an opportunity of witnes
sing one of my ascensions, I put pose
giving an exhibition from some pro
minent point !n the city, on next
Saturday afternoon free to the en
tiro public, notice of which will be
given in I he daily papeis. As the
misfortune of Saturday was entirely
caused by accidents, 1 do not hold
myself in any way responsible or
blamablu, but, so that the public
may witness my exhibition, l will
give the free ascension above-mentioned.
F.jiii. L. Min.vii.i.i;,
On Saturday evening a horse at
tached to a light brake diiven by
C. II. Judd Jr., got beyond his con
trol as be was coming into town on
Berctania stiect. Vhen opposite
the back gates of the hotel, the
brake collided uith a telephone pof
throwing Mr. Judd out. At the
corner of Emma street, the brake
collided with an electric light pole
and was badly smashed. The horse got
free and ran some distance before be
ing stopped. Mr. Judd managed to
walk into the hotel. He was rather
badly .shaken up.
THE JAPANESE IMMIDKAHTS.
. There wad very interesting ser
vices at the Immigration Depot yes
terday afternoon. Mr. Taro Audo,
Hev. M. .Miyaina, and Ucv. Dr. C
M. Hyde made addresses. A select
choir bang several gospel hymns,
Mrs. Hyde leading with a portable
organ. Mr. Miynina's address to
the women was particuhuly affect
ing, and so also his appeal to the
men to honor womanhood as the
Bihlo has taught us. Tempeiunce,
also, was one of the important top
ics on which he spoke most earnestly
and effectively. Some of the immi
grants have already pledged them
selves to abstain from intoxicating
drinks. It is said that a Buddhist
priest has come with these immi
grants in the interests of that old
Asiatic sybtcmof belief tnul worship.
FS m1?,, esjBi? BS,. iwi ? fSH.
jy j$w &v?bi. s .. .ru; m. jkj bp
J "l !!'' "" prr.Ill rMt' 1 . jBSy IJlM)
( PI? A T
I hci'oby bog to inform
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department, at Cost.
LadSes, SVlssses Ik Childrens IVJusIin Underwear !
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace Girtiiu id Cretans, etc., He, etc. " lv White Dresses, Lace Gaps, See Boimels, elc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves .lOc a pair ; Silk (Jlovi-s A: Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & .Napkin.
$3 A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale 2
Mosquito Nettings reduced to 2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Jest Brands Dress Ginghams, Peroeles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
Sateenes & Satins reduced;
ENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES
1 ! l ?ZS
The lomr vexed question of the
title to the Moanalua uplands, held
under a document, signed by Hoa
pili, Kaiiieliameha 111. and Win.
Sumner in 18;57, has been amicably
settled, and lion. S. M. Damon for
a valuable consideration now holds
the title in fee simple. Hon. J. 1.
Dowsett has a lease for nineteen
years, commencing with the lirst
day of the present month.
DEATH OF MR. S. I1ARDGASTLE.
At four o'clock this uioniintr iMr.
Simon llardcastle, a well known
resilient, died at the White House,
Nuunuii avenue, after a brief ill-ncs-..
The deceased was a native of
Yoikshirc, England, and when a
voting man visited Canada and Aus
tralia, wcikiiiir in the gold mines in
the latter country, lie came to
tliese islands in lSlill, being lirst em
ployed by Mr. Huglies at the Hono
lulu Iron Works as a machinist, lie
was engineer at Lahaiua plantation
for about three years, and was also
with Mr. Afong in the same capa
city for a number of years. "He
assisted in the erection of machin
ery at many of the plan
tations on Hawaii. He saved con
siderable money and for several
years past did no work at all, occa
sionally taking a irip to the Coast
ami had;. lie was unmarried,
about (!(J years, of age. The funeral
takes, place this afternoon at four
o'clock from the White House.
ASH WEDNESDAY AND LENT.
Next Wednesday, March Clh, is
Ash Wednesday, the (la.y on which
tho I'omau Catholic Church opens
the time of penance called Lent,
with the solemn and impressive
ceremony of the blessing and ad
ministration of asiies. 'l'hc.'-e ashes
arc made of brauclu s blessed on
l'alin Sunday of tho previous year;
and after being blessed by the
priest, they are Used by him to sign
the people with a cross on their
foreheads uilli this wholesome ad
monition, "Itcmctnbir, man, for
dust thou art, and into dust thou
shalt return," (Gen. 11:19), which
reminds them of their mortality, and
prepares tliein for the holy last of
Lent, so called in English per
haps because, at this season of the
year, days lengthened but more
pioperly called Quadragesima
(space of '10 days), is a fast of
forty days except Sundays, insti
tuted by the Church in a grateful
conitnemoralinn of Christ's fasting
forty days in the desert.
In these islands the faithful have
to obseive the id Commandment of
the Church only on Fridays during
the whole Lent and on Holy Satur
On Ash Wednesday begins the
time appointed by tho Church to
comply with its :id and -Ith Com
mandments. Visitor, while wailing for hostess:
"And is your mamma still in mourn
ing lor your poor papa, Flossie?"
Flobiie: "Yes, ma'am; she is when
she goci out anywhere."
Xuttert uiuler t' It haul vie eli'igttt 10 centt
'it tihi'.l'ttr tUcjlrt tnttciUntit and ii emit per Hue
ei.try wUlilloiml iiuirttim.
A MASTERPIECE f Uio cou.
JrL. fiiftioiii-rv art in the shai e of nn
eloyint .yramld Widillu(r Cake ran
ueinel wiili rare tas;e, call he mvn at
the "I.lilo lee C'riuin Tai'lor.-,." 'Ihe
ninu was inadu to or.lcr for j'artii-t nn
the other Islands. 188 11
'Ihlrtl ciileu Ho Kiln ho hod wound,
Which he could bhuw in private;
And with hi hut, thin waiving it in
"I would ho coiiaul," buy he, "agul
'hit by your voles will not inmiilt me;
Vour vuicett tho oloiu" Cori'ihuius.
Aik for the Nobby ''fttutsim" at
168 at M, MolNliKNY'S,
MAEOH 4, 18)89.
Gorier of Hotel
GLEAEAICE SALE FOB, 30 DAYS ONLY !
the rcner.'il pnlvHo that during
and immense t eductions are
material, etc., areotleredatanimiuen.se
Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 3"c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
GOODS HOM) i'-OJJ: OVSSIX ONLY DURING 'J-EIIS SsAJLLMOSa
ANN UAL HI H JiTI ITG.
rrmK minimi inpf inir f the stonk.
JL holders of the I'e' p'i's lee & He
frijierntni U.'. will lie lirld nn TUKS
DAY, March fill, 18-11, at 10 o'clock
A. si., il this Ouiiiiitviv's olllc". Fmt
siin-t. W. K." KOSTi:U.
180 nl "ecniiiry.
rjpili: annual ini'ciiiijr of the -toek-JL
liulilei'M of the leler Mnud Steam
Xavigitinu t'o.. (Limited"), will he held
on Tl IMiAY, March .1, It-Mi, at 10
o'clock a. m.. at their ollliv on Ouccii
-tiei't. .i. i:xa.
Honolulu. lVli. is. ISM) 177 mi
a. a A NIUK '-loomed Cottage
fttftv " "n ''""eh'iowl urcct
ci2;iiii'4 ni'-ir the M-i uum rinnch, a
lii.c IkmiiIi lonaliiv, nuici M'lidilinrhood.
Iniiuiie of " A. YOGUL,
ISO tf At 1M. lloir-i'liliiegci ii Uii.'a.
fe rplH-: Lea-o no'1 lhilhliii!;
.ftj-"$ A . tin nu u tho "Yoscmiti!
SsSrii'S Skatinir Kink," situated on
(Juei it Mteet nc.r Uichnid stroet. For
fuiilier i.iitlcul.ir.s 'iilv to
1M tf . Tno. K. WALL.
VOll WA l,E
ONI". Llael'. Walnut IlnPoom Set
.M.irliU-iop, in pooil oulcr. veiy
clie.in Impure .U Hui.i,i:ti.n' Olll''o fin
fin tieT pui liouliiis. 1S5 Iw
PASTUHE for HOJlSIiJ
AT Utilekiiu, Ivimcuhe, Iioohui)oko,
Ml lien s of 1:1 oi pasluri! hind, nil
ciii'l"cil p't niy ol water. App'y lo
Cliailci I Uiiuiii, at die Kh)iH Slulilct,
Honolulu, or so llalel: u fch'-'H Ml.ly
A XV per.-on found iiu-pniiiir or
-lionti'gou the ICri.IOt'OU huiil-i
will he pro'-eeuled.
170 1 in JtOiiKItT LIS1IMAX.
K OTIC 13.
ALL liohieri ot "Ti.iii-leiied Stock"
i.i ihe Kapiolmii Purls As-sociu.
tioa me heiiiy ieiiic-((! to (.ommiiiii.
cue vi'li Ihu iiidc-'ln d mil have
then (eriilli ii'i's of ,ioek I' unity trans,
fcried h.v i inlorM-moiil on die I o.iks of
the As oci tdiii. in nee1 l I i.ee with its
coiintiti.ti n mid I -l "v-
1811 2- .-e.'t.i.in l. I' A.
I J S Cur.il Km It, Hi.iii; -tom , Ulnck
i. ..i.il lute Mind uiitl SkII, inr ulo
ill im ipiiiuil. Applj .it the i-fllce of
W. I.' Aclii llualiiiui'Oiil i-liiei llilP.ui
g .." tiu .., ., lliill IJIII&C. Ilil'i
" I, ' , , f , ' J. 1 .1! . , 1
leiniiveii tn N.i a, Iv UK lit lime.
A,I JtS. S'lTAKN'SOK, . ucheu-e
1 and huliih' nu e Tusiiiuonlitln
of '.'i years e.'.pmiri.i . it tjnrcn Cluu.
lutle Lyiiig.hi.ilospiiii1, I niliiii. Oihir
liliiml'i li"i idijeiti'i' tn. KeshlciH'c,
".Imihiii llnii-c," r-elio'il Btieet. 1'. 0.
llox I7"; Muiicil Tele. !J7H. 170 ;!m
S( OTT'S fieimlno Mhllothhiii Oatmeal
In II Ih. lln-. I'or sale by
.i. K. KKOWN ,t CO.,
178 tf !2 .Meiehailt street.
For Whooping Cough
Let nay pcri-on give
Dr. Loan's Cherry
Atrial, nml the inoit violent cold
will, U a tiliort liiuu ho
H0LiJSTR & CO.,
l'Jol Agents. am
-Ja -d S
& Fort Streets.
my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
and Laces of a!! descriotions !
S. EHRLICH, Proprietor-
75 and 11 123GJ--AJN
WI-: AKK NOW SHOWING XEW STYLES OK
Stt GiailaiBS, Prints, Plain & Fancy Salines. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture PrintB,
The very latest .-hades and stjles. Come and examine our impor
Sniff Dress Boots, Creai Anres, Lace Bnntii, &c.
Our New Stock ol' Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Hovelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelyets, Pearl Buttons,
UibbouN, PliimeN, U.'liiN, JL2te., ISto.,
Is the finest ever seen in this city, llefore buying elsewhere look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDEKAYEAlt, latest style
and elegant in design. In our gents department
wo oiler the latest in
Custom-made Clothing, for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties, Cud's it Collars and Gents Furniture of every
desciiption. Wo call paiticular attention to our
enormous stock of the latest styles in
Straw Hats aaA ?rnU"orl"
Felt Hats, Trunks,
IJell MVlepIiono, rJO -BEST
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
... A ...
OF . . .
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and fiflonongahela,
In IJulk or Case;
SCOTCH and XIMSJBL WIIJWIEY
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine and Very Cheap Qualtities, as are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(While or Illack), al-o, STONE J COS;
OLD TOM O-IIV!
llcst Ilrand in the Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Case;
- All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale &, Porter, German Beer, etc
In l'ints and Quails;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In l'ints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
Zlnfandeli MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &..
gjar AH of which will he sold AT LOWEST KATES by
170 tf MANAQEU,
Ac OO. Fort Street.
Gaiters, Oxf, Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc.
Miitiml Tclcplume, 371
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