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MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1889,
Stmr .las Makes from Kauai
Stmr Ltko ike from .Maul
Stmr Viva from mil
Stmr Mokolll from ilolokai
Solir arah & Eliza fi. tn Koolau
3 Umatilla, Holmes, 7)i days from
I Sau Francisco
j-A.pi 11 8
SBta JUmknla from Pepecked
Jit V r ' ' i . " ' "
f: UEI'AHlUfffcb. ,
Schr Ku Molfor Uawall
fctmr Viva lor Maul
Stmr J A Uumin us for Koolau ntUam
Stmr LI ellko for Maul mid wa, putts
at C p m a
Ilk O 1) Bryant for i-au Francisco at G
Schr Wat luiforKuial
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr nluau for Ullo and way poitsat
2 p in
gtmr Mokolll for MoloUal at 5 p m
From Maul pi-r stmr Llkell e, Aprl 7
Miss Mary llauuna, II Tregloau, W
Builowltz. J'H Wllsoiij Jno ltioiiardson,
Jno Kalama, juo W Kalua, Y Alan, L
T Vnl ntlne, Mis 11 McMillan. 11 Q
'Jfreadway, n F Cltillingworth and wife,
and nG deck.
From Kapaa per stmr James Makec,
April 7 i J Hughes, J Cunningham,
and U deck.
For San Francisco, per It M S Ala
meda, prllC i 1st onor Justice K F
Bickerton, Al Ji dah, Mrs E II Bun ell
and ii ehlhlicu, T F Lansing, wife and
2 children, K li Hendry and wife, D
Foster, Cant Smith, Cant Mantur. E B
Thomas, E 11 McCormlck and wife, J
Hind and bildc, Hon -i A Cmnmlns, T
P Cummins. Steer.ige: J 1 All .u, J K
Kuiila, -ylvester Kahuna, Cain Wilio
kai, Sol Hiram and 6 others. In transit:
lL'u saloon and 80 steerage.
From &an Francisco purSS Umatilla,
April 7 V Young, Mis Win 1-oster,
its Winter, 'It Jones. M 1)., rs D
Ferguson, Mrs .1 tt Pratt, 11 Water
house and wife, Dr J Brodic and wife.
J M Rothcuild, W eier. O I enberg, J
Rudolph and wife, CnptB Cog.in, A Os
troka. Miss Ciiiiha, D G C.miai inos, J
A Kolger Jr, Miss E tolgur, iss J
Lohniuu, II Benson. Miss 11 Vaituls,
Koon lUetziing, H Klnllcli. Miss A Put
to n. Itobt Wilcox, F U I.owrey, wife
and daughter, V 11 Ki.-e jr, rs A
Clarke, Geo helden, Mrs J Scldcn, iss
G Selden, Win Merz, Miss Coons and
For San Francisco per bk "D Biyant,
April 8 E F Raymond and wife, Mr A
Baseman and child, G Lreise, wife ml
i children, F licet, wife and C chil
dren, F Foss, wife mid child, Mr Kaul
kampf, wife and G childien, has Mau
reis, lOhn Alacham, Miss M Blackwell,
P ) offling and .wife, G F Smith and
Miss Mil. Ivan, and 25 in the steerage.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likclike 3850 bgs sugar, CI pigs,
55 hides, and 114 pkgs suds.
Stmr Mokolll GOO bgs sugar, 15 hd cat
tle, 0 calves and 142 sheep from
Stmr Mikabala 2,832 bgs sugar, 04
hides and .' horses.
Stmr hanla 1300 be sugar, 1,000 wa
termelons and UK) pkgs sncls.
Stmr Ja-. Makee .500 bgs sugar and G7
The stmr Mikabala arrived Saturday
morning from Kauai with 2S 2 bags su
gar, 01 hides and B horses. Afti'i; un
loading caigo she was hauled on the
Marine Hallway to be cleaned.
'I he schr Fred E Sanders ai rived at
Hilo, Hawaii, on Wednesday, ,pril 3rd,
26 days from .-an Francisco, with 700
tons general merchandise, and a deck
load of about 50 pigs. The captain re
ported having experienced tenillc gales.
S h Umatilla, E W Holmes Master,
sailed from San Fianoisco '.Maieh 31st,
at noon, with 40 cabiu and 23 steerage
passeugcis. Freight. 1019 tons general
nidse. Treasuio, .joh.OOO. Weather:
March 31st to April 3rd modcrat winds
from the nort and west; Apill 4th to
7th light S E trades and line weather.
Tho bk C I) Bryant, apt Lee, sails
this afternoon with a full caigo for 8 an
Francisco. Her cargo consists of 20.375
bgs sugar, 300 bnclis bananas and one
horse. She carries thirty-tire passen
gers 10 cabiu and j;5 steerage.
DKFAKIUHKS FROM SAN rKA.NCISCO.
Mar 17, scii Dora Bluhm for Mahu
kona: bk Fer is S Thompson for ha
hulul Mnr 23, bktne I'lautcr for Honolulu.
Mar 24, bUtne W 11 Dlmond for Ho
nolulu, ' Mar '7, Bk S C Allen for Honolulu.
Mar 28, bktne S G Wilder for Hono
lulu . Mar 29, schr Anna for Kahiilul.
ARRIVALS AT HAN FRANCISCO.
MarlO, schr Wm Renton, 15J days
March 13, bktue W II Dimond, 13'fi
days, utid bktue Discoveiy 1 i days from
Mar II, bk W B Godfrey, 15. days
and bktne Mary inkehnan 21 days,
both from Honolulu.
Mar 10, ss Zcalaudia, 7 days from Ho
nolulu. Mar 17, WW Case, 10 f'ays from Ka
hului. Schr Queen, 21 days fiom Ma-
Mar 18, Schr Eva, 17 days fiom Ka
hului. ar 20, bktuo Wrestler, 11 diys from
Honolulu; brig Liirllne, 12 days from
, a Hilo,
.Mar 31, bktne S N Castle, 13 days
Mar 22, bs Australia, 8 dayB from Ho
nolulu. Mar 23, bk lex McNeil and echr Anna
10 and 13 days respectively; tho former
from Honolulu and the lattrr from Ka
Ijiilui. Mar 20, brig Consuelo, 14 days from
Mar 30, bk Ceylon, 17 days from Ho
nolulu, 'Mar 31st, bks Colusa ami Ceylon from
Ihigl.uillno for Hilo; discovery on
March 31st; Zealaudla on April 0th,
Alex McNeil and W U God rey (no
dates) for i.onolulu.
Mar 23rd, bk Jas L Harway for Ho
nolulu, BHODIE At Colorado Springs Varch
' 11th, Mluulo Urodle, In tho 24th
year of her age.
10GAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Frksii frozen oystors at Nolto's.
A bkamstiikss wants a situation.
Goveiwwrht bonds aro ndvcrlised
Jun IIek has n
nolico in another
Thhek Novadians want to bo U. 8.
Miuistcr Resident at Honolulu.
Ockanio Steamship Company
stock sold at $98.50 March 30th.
A notice to Bcrctania street resi
dents appears in another column.
THE S. S. Umatilla sails for San
Francisco at noon on Friday the 12th
Walter K. Hitchcock was arrested
in his own office on Saturday after
noon. On Wednesday at 10 a. in., Mr. J.
F. Morgan will hold a sale of tailors
Considerable local and othor mat
ter has been crowded out of this
Forty persons wore received into
membership of the Kuwaiuliao
Many thanks to Purser Edw. A.
Keil of thu Umatilla, for files of late
papers and other news favors.
I... m m m i 1 1. .
News came by the steamer Moko
Hi that Father Hamicn is in a dying
condition nt Kalawao, Molokai.
Bazaar beat Heythcre in a quarter
mile datdi at Kapiolani Park, Satur
day afternoon. Timo 2CJ seconds.
The trial of Ailau, for the murder
of Johnson at Waialua, commenced
in thu Supronio Court this morning.
The cablegram sent from Auckland
to Washington by Admiral Kiniber
ley cost thu U. S. Government be
tween $700 and $900.
A large number of people wit
nessed tho departure of tho Alameda
Saturday evening. Thu band was on
tho wharf and played appropriate
selections. In another column will be found
the Oceanic Steamship Company's
new timo table for running of the
steamers between Honolulu and San
Several hundred cases of boots
and shoes arrived on the Umatilla
for the Manufacturing Shoo Com
pany, a new concern soon to open in
The "Paradise of the Pacific" will
be out Wednesday morning. On tho
first page will be a fine view of Hono
lulu. Copies at the bookstores and
J. J. Williams.
The London "Financial News" has
the following item : "Messrs. Mather
hon & Co., Lombard street will pay,
on and after January 1 the following
coupons due on that date : No. 4
coupon on the Hawaiian Government
six per cent loan of 1880."
We regret to announce the death
of Miss Minnie Brodie, Bister of Dr.
John Brodie, which took place at
Colorado Springs. March 11th. The
deceased young lady had many
friends in this city, who will be sorry
to learn of her early demise.
On Saturday morning the Bulle
tin distributed free gratis, nearly
2000 copies of an extra containing a
synopics of the Samoau disaster. In
the evening edition a very full ac
count appeared. The news will ap
pear in the "Weekly Summary" to
morrow. Secure copies early.
At 9 o'clock to-morrow morning
there will be a high pontifical mass
of lequiem at the llomnn Catholic
Cathedral, for the repose of the souls
of those who met their fate at
Samoa in the late disaster there The
"St. Louis College brass band will
furnish music. All will bo welcome.
The S. F. "Chronicle" of March
31st says: The sealing schooner
Triumph, which was to have gone to
Honolulu fiom Victoria with a sub
marine cable, is now on her way to
this port. Tho cable was to bo laid
between the different islands, TJio
schooner goes into tho sealing busi
ness, the cable not having arrived in
The Blue llibbon entertainment
Sal ui day evening was well attended.
A pleasant feature was the present
ation of crayon portraits of tho late
Mrs. Dickson, Itov. II, II. Gownn,
President of the Blue llibbon League
and Mr. P. C. Jones, Vice-President,
by frionds of tho temperance cause.
Tho portraits now adorn tho walls of
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Drill of Prince's Own, nt 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 1, O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 21 F. and A,
M. at 7:30. Third degree
Departure of the Kltiau for wind
ward.portB at 2 p. m.
BREAKFAST AT TUTPALACE.
His Majesty entertained Mr. Rob
ert Louis Stevenson at breakfast this
morning. There wore present: His
Majesty the King, II. It. II, Princess
Liliuoknl.ini, II. II, Prince Kawana
nakoa, Mr. llobeit Louis Stevenson.
Mrs. Thus. Stevenson, Mrs. Itobert
Louis Stevenson, Mr. Lloyd Os
borne, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Strong,
Mis. A. W. Hush, Mr. II. F. Poor and
Mr. Jaa, W. llobcrtsoi), Vico-Chura-
Late Foreign lets
(I'erS.S. Umalill .)
The $. S. Umatilla nrrired Sun
day evening nt 7 o'clock from San
Francisco with dutes to the 31t
March. Following is a summary:
Cambridgo beat Oxford in tho
annual boat race on the Thames,
Eng., March 30th by two lengths.
llobt. T. Lincoln has been ap
pointed U. S. Minister to England.
John Blight, the British states
man, is dead.
The First National bank at Den
ver, Colorado, was robbed March
29, thu lobber getting away with
The French Cabinet will prose
cute Boulanger on a chaigu of con
spiracy. Lord Mnndcvillc, heir to the Duke
of Manchester, hasi been pronounced
Loid Feasor, Judge of thu Outer
House of the Scotch Court of Ses
sions, is dead.
A Vienna correspondent of the
London Times says that the Duke
of Nassau is about to start for Lux
emburg to resume the regency.
Lord Dunraven has had a now
yacht built and named, tho Valkyrie,
and issued a challenge for a yacht
race for the America's Cup.
Yellow fever and smallpox were
raging with great fury at Ilio Jan
eiro at latest accounts.
Tho Baltic Timber Yard, near
Buckingham Palace, London, was
burned, with n loss of 5300,000,
The American baseball players
left England March 28th for New
The wife of Mind-reader Bishop
has been granted an absolute di
vorce. In a duel with swords nt Paris,
Mai oh 27, between two journalists,
Foucher and Lissagary, the former
was seriousl' wounded.
A disastrous collision is reported
on" the Taku and Tientsin Railway,
in China, resulting in many deaths.
Ihu weavers strike at tail River,
Mass., has ended.
Ex-Congressman Peter Paul Ma
honey, of Bronkryn, is dead.
Considerable losses by prairie
fies arc reported from different
parts of Minnesota.
Tho Globe dry goods house at
Sciauton, Pa., has been burned.
Loss, 8200,000, with partial insur
ance. The Duke of Buckingham died in
London, March 27, aged GG j'cars.
The steamer Mindanib was sunk
b- a collision near Manilla, and 30
lives were lost.
Au unknown fishing vessel was
sunk by the schooner M. B. Stcad
bon, off Cape Cod.
One man was killed and four in
jured by an explosion on the ship
Yeoman, at Qiifenstown.
W, A. Harvt-y, an embezzler,
killed his wife and two children at
Guclpb, Ont., Mar. 25.
The Jesuits were severely arraign
ed in thu Canadian Parliament.
All work on the Panama canal has
Strong shocks of earthquake were
felt Maich 2G at Albana and Gran
King Charles' nephew, Priucc
Ferdinand, has been proclaimed
Crown Prince of Rouraania.
Kuehn, formerly Police Inspector
at Auricourt, has been sent to pri
son for two years as a German spy.
Ex-Queen Natalie has decided to
return to Servia. Ex-King Milan
has postponed his visit to Constanti
nople. The English Submarine Telegraph
Company has accepted the Govern
ment offer for the purchase of the
Theodore Steinway of the firm of
Stein way & Sons, piano manufactur
ers of New Yoik, died at Brunswick,
Germany, Mar. 2G.
A papal rcsciipt will be issued
giving the new Catholic University
Washington the monopoly of the
superior education of the clergy in
The Queen of Holland has resum
ed the duties of regent.
The trotting horse Prince Wilkes
has been-sold for 830,000 and goes
to south America.
The German White Book on Sa
moa has been issued.
Theic was another animated de
bate on Irish affairs in the British
House of Commons, Mar. 22.
The American schooner Forge has
been seized in the bay of Fundy by
Stanley Matthews, Associalo Jus
tice of the U. S. Supreme Court,
died at Washington, Mar. 22.
Rev. II. L. Wheeler, a Unitarian
preacher nt Newton, Mass., has re
signed because his congregation ob
jrcted to his dancing.
A needle was diawn out of Chas.
Nier's foot by a dynamo at Scran
Benjamin Moore, colored, was
killed by hailstones near Wilming
ton, N. C.
Gcneial Sigcl's 6on has been sen
tenced to six years' imprisonment at
hard labor for forging pension
Count Ileibcrt Bismarck is in
England on a diplomatic mission,
The United State Government
will piolect the Alaskan Heal fisheries
August Von Pettenkofcn, the
Austrian painter is dead.
Fourteen of the largest paper
makers In England have formed a
syndicate for the puipose of raising
prices. The capital of the combin
ation ia put at 2,000,000,
Miss Paulina Fuller, fifth daugh
ter of Chief Juslico Fuller, was mar
ried at Milwaukee, Wis., March 19,
at tho Kirby House by a Justice of
tho Peace. Tho groom was J. Matt
Aubery, Jr., of Chicago, and It waa
a runaway uiatcli.
The Queen Dowager of Bavaria Is
dying of dropsy.
A ootton mill nt Unterhattsen,
Wuriemberg, was burned March 19.
Loss 1,500,000 marks.
The Zurich police has discovered
an establishment for the manufac
ture of bombs on an extensive
Sir Thomas Gladstone died in
London, March 20. Sir Thomas
was the only surviving brother of 1
Hon. William E. Gladstone. He
was aged eighty-five.
II. M. Sewell, who was until re
cently Consul nt Samoa, will accom
pany the Samoan Commissioners to
Berlin nj a disbursing officer.
A German Government detective
named Wichmnn has been sentenced
to two years' imprisonment for false
ly accusing two women of being an
archists. The Prussian Government lias
granted a subsidy of G,000,000
mnrks to aid in the construction of
a canal connecting the Elbe and
Parncll has commenced suit in the
British courts against the London
Times for 8500,000.
The Verrugas bridge, the most
famous of the bridges on the Oroya
Railway, ha9 been swept away by a
flood. The bridge was 108 feet high
and the original cost was 400,000
The steamer Ocotian foundered
on Lake Chapala, near Guadalajara.
A large exclusion party was ou
board at the timo. Fifty bodies
have been recovered. Many more
aic known to be still in the wreck.
Tho new steamer City of Paris,
built by Messrs. Thomson of Clyde
bank for i lie Inmau Steamship Com
pany, arrived at Liverpool March
23. On her tiip to this port she ran
at an average speed of twenty-one
knots per hour in the face of a
strong wind and an adverse tide.
The Central Warehouse, at the
corner of Rush and North Water
street, Chicago, took fire early
March 2G, aud with its valuable
stores of teas, coffees and mer
chandise, was burned to the ground,
entailing an estimated loss of be
tween $1,250,000 and Sl,500,000.
The discovery of the illicit
manufacture of bombs at Zurich
furnished a clew to a gigantic plot
existing throughout Russia for a
new series of attempts upon the life
of the Czar. Numerous arrests
have been made in Moscow, Kieff,
Odessa and various other places in
President Harrison made tho fol
lowing nominations March 27:
Robert T. Lincoln of Illinois to
be Minister to Great Britain.
Murat Halstead of Ohio to be
Minister to Germany.
Allen Thorndike Rico of New
York to be Minister to Russia,
Patrick Egan of Nebiaska to be
Minister to Chile.
Thomas Ryui of Kansas to be
Miuistcr to Mexico.
John Hicks of Wisconsin to be
Minister to Peru.
George B. Loring of Massachu
setts to be Minister to Portugal.
The Hawaiian Baud will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following iB the pro
Ovrrturc Frolicsome Students.. tSuppe
Waltz Beggar Students .Mllloeker
Finale Uunjien , . , , Ulot
election Lucia Donizetti
Malau i,Mahiua Malniualama, Lipnlipo.
Selection Peplta Leeocq
Waltz My Queen I'ooto
Patrol TurMsh Michaclis
Ballad -La I'aloma Blvas
spreckeT's hew reTmery.
About the middle of May, Col.
Claus Spreckels will depart from
San Francisco for Philadelphia, to
be present al the opening of his new
sugar refinery ip that city. The es
tablishment will commence opera
tions on June 1st. The heavy storms
of the past winter have to some ex
tent interfered with tho progress of
work at the new buildings, and in
order to complete them on timo an
extra force of men have been cm
ployed. Tho two mnjn buildings
aro now fast approaching comple
tion, and all the piling and . founda
tions for the ha;-filliiig department
arc finished and ready for the brick
layers. Work has also been com
menced upon tho largo cooper shop,
which is to have a capacity of 8,000
barrels a day. The first of the four
largo vacuum pans is on tho ground
aud a second one will he delivered
within n few days, The buildings
will be most eompleto in their ar
rangements and the machinery is
said to be the finest of the kind in
use in this country.
'UL4 m u...i,m
Notices under thii head are charged XO cent)
per lineor theflrtt inurtlcm, and 6 ctuteptr Unq
every aaditiannl Intertivn,
VIESSRS. DODD & MILLER
1TJL h,,vu jui rumiVfU o Uinxiiilu
uiioilim lot of 'liat IMIILADKU'HIA.
LAUEH Hi: It" in Keu, which ihey
are otlerin to their t'littoincrx. UI8 lw
ASON t Hamlin Organ, a fine hi.
Hrunii'iil tor church or loilue
, room, call una nee 11 at tho Mu-Ic Do
l panmout, UawuiUn Nuwi Co. 107 lm
Oceanic Sleaiisi Comu'y.
! II II
Stmrs "UMaTILLn" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
A 11BWAKD of Fifty
-fJL will bo paiil by Mr.
b. V. Wilcox.
HhcrilF of Kauai, for the arrest of .Ion
Foyo, a Black Portuguese, for thu
murder of Kaohikc (Is), at IColoa,
ICaual, on April 1. 1889.
Jno. II. SOPER,
Marslnil of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, April 0, 1889. 317 tf
THE jewelry business heretofore car
rlcd on under tho firm name of
Gomes & ichmnii litis passed into the
solo possession nnd ownership of the
undersized, by purclnihc, and will
hereafter be tlirricd on l.y liim at the
old stand, Fori street, Honolulu, where
all outstumling accounts aro to lie octtlcd.
II. F. WIOHMAN.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1-8H. 21!) iw 8:1 It
QCOTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
U iu H lb. tins. For salo by
BROWN & CO.,
1!8 Merchant strcot.
TO RENT OR LEASE
Are oHl-icil for rent or lease for
a term of years, viz:
Tho "Brcklcy Homestead." situate in
Knlihl Wuena, together with about ten
(10; acres of kula land, all unclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) ncres, more or
lc68, hnlf of which is the best of taro
land with an abundant and never fail,
lne; supply of water adjoins tho fore
going me taro and uuia will be rented
Bcpaiatcly if dcsirul.
One Lot of rice land, twenty.two (22)
teres, morn or leas, with buildings, etc.,
iluiilo in Kalihi Wana. cay access to
heptiul'C road Hare opportunity foi
a small f.iuncr,
Oho Lot, about nine and a half (0
acres, s'uuati' on tho mauka side of King
st'oet, i o miles west of town, suitable
TwoCottage3 in Liliha street, a little
above King street.
ISTTliese Properties if not disposed
of shortly on privote terms, will hi
leased at public auction sometime In
Also several Cottagei, pleasantly and
conveniently situated, to rent on favor,
particulars given on appll
V. O. Ilx :i!il. -C9IW Ucll Tolo. 74.
Hawaiian Business Agency.
Corner Fort & Merchant StieetB,
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Accountant & Collector
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Go.
Manager of Advertising Dopartmont
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collections will rrcidve special niton,
lion nnd returns promptly mndc,
Roal Estato bought, eold mul leased.
Taxej Paid and properly mfUy Insured
Houses, Callages, Roorm and Oilicos.
lia.ed and rcatid, nnd mil. roM'-ccd.
Fire and Life Insurance 1 inl mi ilrsi.
class In u unco C(nn.ni ..
Conveyancing a JpeaUlt)' liwi.nls
suaiclieil and correct Abducts . f I'itlu
f urn U lied.
Legal Documents and Papers of oviry
description carefully diawn uul Iiiiiul.
Copying and Translating in all languages
in c run nl uc in thin Kingdom.
Cuttom Houio Dullness transacted with
accmaoy nnd dii-paich.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Gold, t liver and Certificates bought, and
Adverliscmonls and Subscriptions soil,
cited for publishers.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Article purchased or sold.
Inter-Island Orders will receive parti,
To Let, Furnished and Unfurnlshod Cot.
lages In desirable localities at reasonable
Ssveral Valuable Properties in and
ai ouml the oily now for side ami leut-o
on easy turms.
S)-AU buslnc&s entrusted to our care
will ncivo prompt and faithful alien,
lion at rnodcra'o charges Fcbl-81)
I F YOU WANT A SITUATION.
X ttaywUbu iu tho "Dully Ijulhtln."
By the S. S. Umatilla, Mr.' Bhrlioli, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu
with a large and varied stock of Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods, Chil
dren's Clothing, Ladies', Gents', Misses7 &
Children's Boots, Shoes, Etc., which we
respectfully solicit the public to inspect.
S. EHRLICH, Temple of Fashion.
IB & 77 Fort St EGAN & CO Honolulu, H.I. .
Freud, EiM nl American Dry ail Fancy Boons!
A.1mo, ITJno GuMtOui-iuudo Clothing;,
Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Bell T'olejphoiio, CO -n BeB" Mutual Telephone, 37 1
Mo. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street. fi?-
-Hare on Hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, HYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and XX&ISHL "WIIJCSK:'',
In Glass and Stone Jara;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GSftSS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White- or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Best Brand in tlte IkXnrlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, LiiquerB Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kuinniels,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling1, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All ol which will ho sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOBV HTltBET. HONOIiUIiU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P, Lorillard & Co.'s Tobaccos, fc W. S. Kimball Si Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Wator Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
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Sale a Full Assortment of-
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