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TDE9DAY, APKIL 9, 1889.
Sttnrlwnlnnl from Ilnmnkua
Qcr bk O N Wilcox, 147 chijH from Urc-
Ahi bk Newsboy from Newcastle
. , DEI'AarilHES,
MM lUkataMi) fqr Kauai at 5 p in
SFtpir i uyu tyr llllo and way pom at
Stthr Mokolil for Molnkal nt " p m
8cbr Sarah and Ehzn for Koolau
Schr Mlllu Morris for Koolau
Am bk'tno Geo 0 I'eikltis for San Fran
cisco Nor bk Victoria, Borrcscn, for Rowland
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Ilnlcakala for I'cpeckeo
From HamaUia per stmr Iwnlnnl,
April 7 .1 K Kiiunum no and 11 deck.
From Bicmeii pur bk GN ileos,
Apiil8 .Mr i reusing.
For Maul per stmr Likcllkc, A pill 8
SF Chilllngwoith-nnd wife, J K 11a
nuna, llr Saffiey and 25 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalanl iifilfi bgs sugar nnd fiO
Schr Luka 1800 bgs sugar.
Schr Leahi 1050 bgs sugar.
Schr llalcakala 1127 bgs sugar and 50
Schr Saialf & Eliza 300 bgs l ice.
The Umat 11a Is taking in sugar.
The rtincilcuti bark Newsboy mil veil
last evening. 54 days from Newcastle, N
S V, with 1024 tons of coal, consigned
to WO Irwin & Co.
The German bk G N Wilcox anlved
yesterday, 14G days fiom Hi emeu, with
800 tons of lncichandiEC, consigned to
II. Ilackfeld & Co.
ASHLEY In Honolulu. Apiil 9th.
Anna Hazel Ashley, aged 7 months
and 0 days.
BSy t-au Jose, California, papcis
Following is the order of the exer
cises at'the memorial service at St.
Andtew's Cathedral, Wednesday af
ternoon, at 3 o'clock :
Funeral March In Memoiiani.
Vcrsicles and ic.sponscs.
Proper Psalms JO, 93, 130.
First lesson Isaiah XL.
Second lesson Revelations XXII,
to verse 18.
Versiclee and responses.
Dead March in Saul.
THE LATE PAYMASTER ARMS.
When the- Vandalia was last hero,
Paymaster Arms had hiB photograph
taken by Mr. J. J. Williams. It was
the only one ho ever had taken in
uniform, and ho requested Mr. Wil
liams to have some copies ready for
uim when ho returned from Samoa,
bo that he could send them along to
his family. By the Umatilla, Mr.
Williams will send a large sized one
framed, and several cabinets to Mrs.
Arms at his own expense.
The Directors of the Hawaiian
Commercial and Sugar Company
have decided to appropriate $100,
000 of the surplus funds of the com
pany in the redemption of the out
standing bonds, and 8100,000 in
addition for the purchase of on ad
joining plantation, the annual pro
duct from which is estimated at
from 5000 to C000 tons. S. F.
At Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 27,
mind-reader Bishop performed his
feat of linding a needle, but it near
ly cost him his life, and may yet re
sult seriously. Bishop was not feel
ing well, but was determined to
keep his promise. The drive was
some distance over a mile through
the most crowded streets of the
city. Bishop, blindfolded, went
straight to the hiding-place of tbu
needle, but immediately fell in a fit.
His body became rigid and streams
of perspiration poured from him.
At a late hour in the afternoon
Bishop was in a very bad condition,
coming out of one fit only to fall
Yesterday afternoon Dr. G.Trtios
seau launched Ins catamaran from
his boathouse. A few minutes be
fore 5 o'clock the tug Eleu blew
threo whistles, the doctor rcspond
ingly firing Chinese bombs, At 5:15
the catamaran glided gracefully into
the water while a bottle of cham
pagne was broken over the bow.
Sho is named the Albatross and was
built by Mr. Roland, from plans
furnished by Dr. Trousseau, who is
mu'oli pleased with the craft. After
the launch thu' doutor gave a colla
tion at his boathouse. Among those
present were: Mons. d'Auglade,
French Commissioner ; Kenhor GV
navarro, Portuguese- Commissioner j
Capt. Kcigner, of the French bark
lion, Dr. MoWuyne and Mr, James
Lyle. This afternoon the sailing
qualities of the catamaran will be
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A ltousi; on Alakea street is to let.
and gencial smith is
A Swedish girl requires u situation
to do housework.
The Sui Foug
Company have a
Look out for tho "Paradise of tho
Mn. Justice McCully preside at
Chambers this week.
The Umatilla brought -12 bags of
mail for tho Post Office.
Miis. Alex. Mackintosh tins return
ed from a visit on Kauai.
A nitowN bear chained in rear of
Hairy Bvng's premises attracts much
Tin: mail by the Umatilla closes at
thu Post Office at II o'clock Friday
The Iloyal mail steamer Zcuhindia
is due on Saturday from San Finn
cisco en route to tho Colonies.
Mu. Felix Ollert, the pianist, has
decided not to give a classical con
tort Thursday evening.
The Honolulu Iron Works were
shut down yesterday, on account of
an injury to tho boilers.
Mkssks. Schaefer & Co. have re
newed their stock of the genuine
Bavarian beor, Spalen Braeu.
Mn. D. Howaid Hitchcock, the
artist, has gone to Hawaii this after
noon, on a two weeks sketching tour.
The concert at Emma Square last
evening was well attended. The band
plays at Thomas' Square this even
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Company have received an
invoice of those celebrated light road
carts from Chicago.
One of the important events oLtho
season will be the opening of the new
stock of millinery just received by
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel.
A memorial sJivice will be held at
tho Central Union Church Thurhday
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock, for those
lest in the Samoan disaster.
-"Madame Jaffa has been giving a
aeries of piitno recitals in Adelaide,
South Australia. The papers upeak
highly of her artistic playing.
Ox Thursday at 10 o'clock, Mr. L.
J. Levey will hold a bptcial credit tale
of asoitcd nieichandise. At noon
on Fiidjy he will sell G shares of
British Club Stock.
The choir of the second congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral meets
for special rehearsal at 7:30' this
evening at the residence of Capt. II.
W. Mist, Nuuanu Avenue.
Excellent photographs of the
late Capt. Schoonmaker and Paj
mastcr Arms of the Vandalia are for
sale at Williams' photo galleiy. He
has also views of the disaster.
The S. F. Call of March 25th says:
Sister of Charity Winnifred and
nurse, who have for yenrH, been per
forming missionary duly in the
Sandwich Islands, returned on the
Australia and arc at the Occidental.
Have you seen the line collection
of ancient Hawaiian idols at Mor
gan's salesroom? If not, you should
call and examine them. Harry Aiini
tage, who is a competent authority
on the subject, will be glad to point
out the beauties of tho difletent styles
The S. F. Evening Bulletin has
the following: English capitalists arc
trying to obtain a controlling inter
est in Hawaiian sugar plantations.
Their success might in the future re
sult in a claim of "dominant coni
meicial interest," similar to that ad
vanced by the Germans in Samoa.
An examination of applicants for
admission to thu Hawaiian bar was
held yesterday beforo Chief Justice
Judd and Justices McCully and Pres
ton. S. K. II tnuna was admitted to
practice in all the courts of tho king
dom, and J. Kala, P. K. Xauimaka
ole, M. Kane and It. It. Holi were
granted licenses to pjactico in tho
The New York "Sun " of February
27th says that Joseph G. Parkiiibon
of Chicago is thu only deat and
dumb lawyer in the United States,
and ho now tanks as ono of tho most
successful patent lawyors in the
country. Mr. Parkinson whs a stu
dent in tho law office of Col. M.
Thompson, then of Washington City
D. C, and now of the Hawaiian bar.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Ritles, at
Excelsior Lodge No. J, I. O. O,
Geo. W. De Long Post G. A. R.
Moonlight concert at Thomas
Square, ut 7:80.
Cnrt Lunulilo No. CG00 A. O. F.
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:30.
Memorial service at St. Andrew')
Cathedral at 3 p. in. All are in
vited. Adjourned meeting of Beretauia
street residents at 11 a. in. at Cham
ber of Commerce room.
" HJUiiU1 ' " Jlllb
The grand national steeplechase
run at Liverpool, Eug., March 30,
was won by Roquefort.
IAlIrT'BTjiiEaTO? fJOTOTT, ,fc, t
. THROWN FROM A HORSE.
A CHINAMAN KILLED O.V Qt'LEN STItELT.
Shoitly bcfoic three o'clock ycitet
day uftcruoon a Chinaman named
Ah Tin was lidiug it horco out of
Capt, Cluuey's yard on. Queen street,
when the animal commenced to buck
and firmlU threw the Chinaman ofT
its hack on to the middle of tho road.
A native policeman 1). ICckona saw
tho n flair, and at once wont to render
assistance. Ho found that the China
man was biuised on the head, uncon
scious and bleeding at tho mouth and
nose. With the assistance of a native
woman, they carried thu injured man
to the sidewalk. A hack coming
along he was placed in it and taken
to the Station House. Deputy Mar
shal Creighlon called in Dr. MuWuyiio
who was passing by. The luttei said
lliero was no hope of lecovery and
advised tho removal of Ah Tin to the
hospital. This was done but he ditd
toon after admission.
Deputy Marshal Creighlon em
panelled the following juiy: W. U.
Peacock,.!. 11. Lovejoy, P. O'Sulli
van, H. II. Woltcre, M. Davis and W.
Lung. After viewing tho body the
inquest was adjo'iirned to two o'clock
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Thomas Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: TAUT I.
Overture- Two Blind Men Mehul
Andant" Surprise symphony... Hajdn
Cavatltia Tho Phate Bellini
Reminiscences of Weber Godfrey
Ala. hiki Mai, Ipo Lauae.
Selection Bells of Cornevillc
Walt. Dorothy Ccl ler
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Galop Acrobats Zikoff
' Hawaii Ponol.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. K. MOIIOAK.
At 10 o'clock a. m., at salesroom,
the balance of L. B. Kerr's stock of
tuilor goods, comprising diagonals,
tweed;, single suit and pxnt pat
terns. I I i ! I lull1-."?
THE BULLETIN SUMMARY.
Our "Weekly Summary" is out
to-day with thirty-tno columns -of
interesting local and inland news.
Copies can be had at the bookstores
anil this office. Be sure and send a
copy to'your friends abroad.
S. S. KINAU.
Tho steamship Kinau left for Maui
and Hawaii this afternoon with a full
caigo and the following passengers:
lion. C. F. Homer, Prof. W. T. Brig
ham, Mr. Wanzey, T. It. Keyworth,
1). H. Hitchcock, Jr., It. Wallace and
wife, Brother Beiliam, H. C. Austin,
C. Ahi, and G5 deck.
THE C. N. WILCOX.
Tho German bark G. N. Wilcox,
Capt Basch, hi rived last evening, MB
days from Biemcn, with a cargo of
mcrcliandnso consigned to Messrs. II.
Ilackfeld vfc Co. She has about 100
tons in tiansit for San Francisco.
The Wilcox encountered consideia
blo bad weather on the voyage. She
is a trim looking vessel of 570 Iohb
register. Her fittings are ver" hand
some. She is named after Hon. G.
N. Wilcox of Kauai.
THE WAIALUA MURDER CASE.
Tho trial of Aila for tho murder of
Louis Johnson at Waialua, in Decem
ber, commenced in the Supreme
Couit, Monday morning, before Mr.
Justice Dole and the following jury:
S. M. Kamakau, James Mahoney,
John K. Naone, John Kalai, W. 11.
Bice, F. Ilatvcy, Chailes Mahop, E.
P. Low, M. Keliia.i, Albert Trunk,
Chaa. Dwight and Juol Paakaula.
The witnesses examined on Mon
day weie Dr. L. F. Alvaiex, Deputy
Maishal Hopkim,, Jisdu Annua, W.
A. Buick, James Aylett, Major
Wroughton and Kuwaiti.
The case was resuiiKd this njoining
when Mis. Rebecca Dai, daughter
of Johnson was placed the on stand.
Herdiiect examination was not con
cluded at noon.
Deputy Attorney-General Peterson
and J. L. Kaulukuu appear for the
Crown; and Antone Rosa for tho
defendant. The juiy is in charge of
Capt. Fchlbehr and two native
FINED $50 AND COSTS.
Walter K. Hitchcock was tried in
the Police Court this morning on a
charge of being a gross cheat. It
will bo remembered that tho defend
ant tondercd a cheque for $20 on
Bishop it Co.'s bank, to Mr. Saykr
in payment for a meal at IiIb res
taurant. The cheque pioved to he
worthless, Hitchcock having no funds
in tlii bank, Tho defendant pleaded
not guilty this morning, but after the
ovidmicu for the piotccution was in,
he changed, entered akplea of guilty
and addressed the Court.
Deputy Maibhal Cieighton on be
half of the prosecution en id ho was
Sony Iosco the defendant in disgrace.
If it was not for his being to some
oxtent addicted to the uto of liquor,
it might uot'havu happened. The
defendant was intelligent and ought
to have know a tho Loiiscquenco of his
Police Juetico Foster was sony it
had happened, hut tho law liuibt bu
vindicated, Tho case wore a dillerent
aspect when ihe plea of not guilty
was substituted for ono of guilty.
Under all thu ciicumstances of tho
cabu he wotild sentence the defendant
to pay a iino of .f 50 and !1.;K) costs,
England has demanded of Mo
rocco t2A0,0U0 indemnity, fur the
massacre and tillage ut the Macken
zie factory at Cape Jiiby.
1. M. in ii i J II'
KILLED AT SEA.
A chief oit-icr.u Mitotns kailok.
About ix o'clock laht evuning.thu
American bark NewsboyCapt. J. A.
Johnson arrived in poit, o4 days from
Newcastle, N. S. W. The Captain
reported that on March 3d, the Chief
Ollicr-r, F. W. Rugg had words with
one of the sailois named Atidicw
Paulson, which giew inU a qua n el,
both men uiing their lists, Rugg get
ting the" woisl of it. The latter went
to his cabin, and returning with a
revolver shot Paulson dead on the
spot. Rugg was at once placed in
lion. Paulsons lenmiin were com
mitted to the deep.
Rugg was at ono time master of
tho Hawaiian bark T. R. Foster, and
is well known at this port. Late in
tho evening he was placed in custody
on tho U. S. S. Aleit. Paulson was a
Dane about twenty-four ycais of age.
At 1:30 this afternoon Rugg was
oxamined at the U. S. Consulate, and
then taken to the Station House,
where he now is. It is probablo he
will bo sent to San Fianeisco for trial.
messrs. dodd & miller
have jiw roi ix til " Uninlilta
another loi i.f H at ' PIIILADKM'IHA
LAUER BEI-.K" in keg-, which they
are olfering to their eutoinur-i. 218 lw
MASON & Hamlin Org-in, a fine in.
suument foi chinch or lodge
room, call and fug it at the Music Dc
parlmcnt, HuwaiUn Nhi Co 107 lm
PIANOS and Organs for sale on the
monthly .Instalment pl-in, or chop
for cash at the Music Dupirtmciit, Ha.
wait'in News Co. HIT 1m
PERSONS o ntempliiHiig mucins,
ing a Pimm m run n, can save
nionty at the Mu-lo Di-piitmcni, Hi.
n.iii hi iwi (!n fi7 lm
By order of .1. W Klua. Adminis
trator of the Est I'e of J L Kapakahl,
of Lnhiimt, Mnni, (lectnsert, I will ms1
at Public Auction, a', the Gorcrninoat
1'iiund Wailuku. .Maui,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT It O'CLOCK A.'M.,
. The following animals:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses,
1 Tame IML1L7L,E !
T. W. EVERETT,
Wailuku. Mini, Aprl 8, 18 0. 210 td
adjourned muelinir of the resi.
dents and nronertv owners of
lleretani street will be held on WEI).
NKSDAY, pril 10th, at 11 o'clock am.
at the him her of Cotnmmee, to receive
tho report of Committee, and to consider
ufiut action to txlce there n
218 2t THE COMMITTEE.
A HOUSE with 8 largo and
2 small ro ms with kit.
chun nnd buthroom attached,
on Alakun -treel, opposite Dr. Mc
Waynu's. Afply tu John Cook, on prr
miscs, or at this office, 210 tf
purch'ihO Government Bonds to
JL the nmount of 85,000. App'y to
H. A. WIDEMANN.
A YOUNG Woman whlu-s a position
as M-im-tre-. in prlvnu family.
Please addrtst ' Soamitrus," !'. O 15o
403 218 tf
DUKING in v umporaiy al.sencefrom
the Kingdom Mr P Peek will
aiti'iul to any mutter rnniccto'l with my
Honolulu, April 4, 18S9. 21S ih
NOTICE is hei eby given that my w ife,
lliwcla, having left my bed and
board, I will not be icsponslblc for
dobts contracted by her.
Spreckelsville, Atill 1, 1880. "It lw
nfIE8ul FongC'impiuy having this
A day iiurolmud tnu "Cosmopolitan"
ltetitiiuranl from Mr Jun Hee, will here
after eitrry It on as a first cUa eating
housf. 'I lie proprietors will i-p-uo no
pains to m ke thn plucu attractive and
satisfactory to customers.
1 FoNG COMPANY,
Uy nop tilng.
Honolu'u, April,!). 1R81). 21i lw,
NOTICE is hoi eby given tli.it .Inn
lice having this day sold out uli
liueiest In thu "Cosmopolitan" IteMatl
ranl, lately can led on by til i ti on
Bethel stuct, adjoining ihe pr mlses
of iicwih Castle it Conko, lo llie Sill
Fong Company, fiom ami aftirthetlth
Inst., cald lb in will collect all nicouuU
mid p, iv nil lilIN connected with said
busiiiesi and tbu .iid Jun lice will col
lect all oiitntmidliigjuTuuuln. iluu Hee
alone" huhix ant oiUe.l to iceclpt for
same, mid will pay all claims ng.ilnct
the lentaiiiMiit to the above inent lined
date. JUN HUE.
Hoiioluhi, Apiil 8, 1W. 218 lw
MHS. MONHOl!, ImUch' nurse, ha
umncd to No H, Kukul lime.
i US. STEVENsON,
III .-iiid indies' nti'bu.
or22''-aiK expcih'iuu nt (Jumi Clinr.
bate Ljb g-in-'io-l I'"!, London, cither
i-duud' not objected to. Kcfcldence,
; ".lord in lloui-e," -rhnol street P o
I Box 470 1 Mutual Tele. 879. 17G 9m
WWIW'IIMJ'll II J
Oceanic Slcisi Goinp'y.
j ;'tar-3U TAltLK:
Stairs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Triday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
KEWAHD of Fifty ($f0) Dollars
will be mid by Mr. b. W. Wilcox.
litrlfT of Kauai, for the arrest of Joe
Poyo. a Black Poituguese, for the
murder of Kaoliiku (k), at Koloa,
Kauai, on April 1. 18SU.
JNO. II. SOPEll,
Mnrslml of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, April 0, 18S0. 217 tf
npiIE jewelry lusincs heretofore car
JL rltd "ti i.iulor the firm name of
Gomes vV Vt iel uuui hu-t pum-d into tho
solo pow !-lnn mid nne s-hip of the
undcrsiiEiicd by purrlwf, nnd will
hcreaft'r bo luriiul hi l. him at the
old btnnd, fori sli eel, Honolulu, where
nil outhtHnilingaccnmiNnrcto bpxi'ltled.
II. K. WIC11MAN.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1-81). 2l!l lw 8J It
Q( O'lT'S Gonutne MhlloUilan Oatmeal
KJ in It lb. tins. For sale by
BROWX & CO.,
28 Merchant stiect.
TO RENT OR LEASE
Are nffi'icd for i cut or liaae for
a term of jciis, vt7.:
Tho-'Bickley Uomcilc.ul," s'tiiato in
Knlihi Wacna, together with about ten
(10) notes of kul.i lintl, all enclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) acres, more or
less half of which is the best of taro
land with nn abundant and never fail
injl supply of water adjoins the fore
going the taro nnd kula wll be rented
scpaiaU'ly if desired.
One Lot of rice land, twenty two (22)
acres, more or less, with buildings, etc.,
xituaie in Kalihi Warnn, easy ureess to
the public road. Hare opportunity for
a small f aimer.
One Lot, about nine and a half (0Jj
acrce, situate on the uinitka side of King
sfeet, -wo-milci wcit of town, suitable
Two Cottages in
above King street,
Lililm street, a little
tSSTThcsc Properties If not disposed
of shortly on private terms, will be
leiibt'd at public auction sometime In
Also several Cottage
, pleasantly and
to rent on fntor.
pnrliriiliir givin oi nppli
I. . Itux .1I. - II-I1 Tclo. S7.
Corner Fort & Miu baiil .
Honolulu, 11. I.
Aci-nuiiismtN & ('(tllcctoi-M
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
IHanager of Advertising Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collections nil! receive special alien
linn ii mi returns promptly miulc.
Roal Eitato IjoukIii, told hihI IimmmI.
Taxfli Paid mid iiropeiiy r .1 1) n-i rn
Houses, Collages, Roomi and 1 lfl;o,
hued nnd ri'iiml, mid i n miiIickI.
Firo and LKo Insurance 1- 'nl Mi ilsi.
clii89 111 li-aiice d iiit..n)i-
Convoyanclng a fp5cijll KeioiU
BUHichul uml correct Absliu'ih nl ,'itlc
Legal Documonls and Papers ol ex iy
(ksoiipliiiii citielully diriwu nnd luiud.
Copying and Translating hi nil h'.ngimgcs
In iiui'iid u-ti in ihlh Kingdom.
Custom House Quslnoss inuisacticl with
mcniui-y iiii'l dlFjiaicli,
Loans iifnoiinipil nt fnvmuhlc rntCB.
Gold, i liver and Certificates bought nnd
Advcrllicmonts and Subscriptions toll,
cited fur pnlillhliiTB.
Skilled and Unskilled Lnbor funiUlud.
Any Article purcliumil ur sold.
Intor-ltland Orders will receive turti.
ciihtr at i i'iit ton
To Let, FurnUhcd ar.d Unlurnlthcd Cot
(ages itfilelnibii- localitiusut riHbonublo
Several Valuablo Properilos In und
iuotiml the it now fur b.ilu uud leut-o
on ens,) lurms
UQAll Imslrcss mtrusleil to our care
will rceiiM' pioinpl nnd faithful ittten.
lion at 'iind'-iu'e charge Keh.1-89
YOU WANT A SITUATION.
HUvrUbu iu the "Dally liulUtln."
VeillMJU HUIUI' U4.UJ3 - w.w. uwvvh, Sjm
IF YOU WANT AS TUATION. ' i..9J.fl7 M
By the S. S. Umatijla, Mr. Ehrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu
with a large and varied stock of Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Gumts5 Furnishing Goods, Chil
dren's Clothing, Ladies', Gents', Misses' &
Children's Boots, Shoes, Etc., which
respectfully solicit the public to inspect.
. S. EHRLICH, Temple of Fashion.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Fni:i, Eiiilisli aid American Dry M Fancy Goofls !
Almo, Fine OiiHtotn-iuudo Olotliinar,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
JBcll Teleplione, r;o -a Bo?" JCuttul a?oleiliouo, 3VX
No. U Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand nnd For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
ssocxroja. ana ii5,ishl t-ii.ik:y",
In Glass and .Stone Jnra;
Vciy Fine fe Very Cheap
GINSj in Large & Small Bottles; 7
(While or Illack), alHo, STONE JUGS; ;
Old Tom Oin, BeNt J3raml iu the lin-lieL;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk und Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In I'inlH and Quarts; ; .
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In 1'ints and Quarts. -
Bittern, lji(iuui8 Absinthe,
Apolliiuiri AVxitur, Kunimols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfamlel, IIulaa, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Rieslingr, llockH, Etc., Etc
All of which will he wild
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10t VUUT NTKUirr. HOKOiail.U.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Agents for V. I.oiilhud it Co.'s Tobaocoa, ife W. S. Kimball & Co.'u 'R
Tobacco and Cigarettes. m
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