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Leave Honoullull.. 7:30 10:43 3:4:1 5:42f
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:35 11:55 4:55 G:G0J
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l'liu time Klunnl for tlio poit Is jrlvpn nt 12li.
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111, 2S111. .Usee, p.m. of Honolulu Ousel yutory
time. It Ih kImii) bv tlio steam wlilstloof tlio
Honolulu l'lnnliiK Mill. 11 few doom nbovo
tliu Custom House. 'Dili hiiiiiu whistle Is
ttoimdort cottoctly tit llonolulii moiui noon,
ubsiuvntoi-y mmldlnn,or loii. 31ui. Msec, of
TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 1892.
Stuir W G Hall fiom Mnnl and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
Ain bktnc John Smith for San Fran
cisco at 11 a in
SttnrMiknhala for Kuuai at 5 p 111
Stmr Waialeale for HamaUua
btim Likclikc for Mamakua at 5 p in
VESSELS LE AVI Nil TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolli for Molokai at 5 p in
Stun-lualanl foi Haiuakua
Stmr Kilauca Hon for tlnmakua
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Olau
dlne, Feb 15 For Volcano: Erastus
Foote, Jr, Edwin L Lobdell, 11 I) John
win, Geo F liiown, Mrs D G Liitlelleld,
Miss F A Littletleld, L It Littlelleld, Ed
win A Sparrow, Win P Youngs, Mr and
Mrs Davis, Mr Sphdell. Mrs Iiciman,
Mr Vipold, R T Wing, Mrs J S Patter
son, J Mrsten, Dr Hudington, Miss S E
Eastman, II O Lyon and wife. For way
ports: GP Wilder, Hon W C Wilder,
Jtev E S Tlmotco, Mr Pletnmcr, J J
Williams, Hon H P Baldwin and wife,
Mis3 Nellie Crooks, E U Bailey, C Kai
ficr, Mr Laws and wife, and about 40
The American tern Glendale left Ka
liulul on Saturday tlio 13th iiiBt for San
Irauclsco with a cargo of sugar.
The bark S C Allen docked at the P M
H S wharf is loading both hatches with
Tlio baikentiue Jno Smith, G B Groth,
master, sailed for San Francisco to-day
with the following cargo: GS-JObags su
gar, F A Schaofer&Oo; 4'J37 bags su
gar, Castle & Cooke; C2C0 bags sugar, O
Brewer & Co. Value of domestic pro
duce Shipped, 50,008.07.
The steamer Llkelikc left to-day for
llumakua, tlio Kilauca Hon and Iwalaui
will leave to-moirow, mid others are
shortly to follow.
From reports to the weather ser
Walakea, Hilo, 50 elev 12 48
i'epeekeo, lOOelev 14.53
Ilouoimi, 800 elev 18.74
Houoinu, 1)50 elev 23 51
llakulau, 200 elev 12 05
Laiipahoehoo, 10 elev 12.00
Laupahochoe, 000 elev 15.05
Ookala, 400 elev 18.01
Paauhau, 300 elev U.32
Jlonokin, 400 elev 8,41
Kukulhaele. 700 elev 10.0!)
Nlulll, 200 elov 7.80
N. Koliula, 350 elev 8.88
Widuiea, 2730 elev 8.43
llolualoa, 1200 uluv 0,72
Kealakckua, 1CS0 eluv 8.5S
Naalclui, 050 elev N.it.
I'ahaln n it:
Volcano House, 4000 elov Nit.
Ohm, 1313 elev 17.IU
Volcano Bond, 205 elev 14.33
L'oholkl, 10 eluv N.lt.
PohoiU, COO elov N.H.
Uapoho N H.
Punahou, CO elev 8,85
Honolulu Town, 20 elev 8.U7
Kiilaokaluia, 50 uluv 7.50
Makikl, 150 eluv 8 till
Kaplolani Park, 10 elov 0.04
Munoa, 100 elev 0.48
Mauoa, H'dof Val. 250 eluv n.ii.
Niuiumi, 50 elev 8.51)
Nuiianu, 250 eluv 10.02
Nuuauii, 405 eluv 10.83
Nuuaiiii, 735 elev 11.03
N uuaiiii, 650 elev 10.00
Kuneohe, 57 eluv , 7,18
Ahulinaiiii, 350 eluv... 12 42
Waiauae, 15 elev 7.07
Kwa Platitutlon, CO elev . 5.84
Knhiihil, 12olev..... 5.81
Waikapu, (.00 eluv 11.08
hpreekolsvllle, 40 elov N.it.
Kulu, 4000 eluv 14.05.
Haleukiila Hunch, 2000 elev 17.50
Olowalu, 15 elev.... 4 57
Mimulchu, 100 eluv 12.02
Kolou.'JOO elov N..
Mukawi'H .,.., m u-,iu
Kilauea, 325 eluv 14.02
Llliuu, 200 liloy 7.51
C. J. Lyons,
lu charge of Wcutlior Service.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-day's weather lias been very
sultry as well as dump.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Wcilhor
hasty; wind, light wot.
Tim: rain tail for tlio month of Janu
ary appear in tlio Buli.khn to tiny.
Thk rainfall of Inst night created
numberless 111 ml puddles around town.
Tin: glimmer V. G, Hall arrived
from windward ports this afternoon.
Tin: mail by the barkenlino John
Smith to-day consisted of 2(ii) letlerB
and 24 papers.
It is reported that two whales wi re
scon spouting in tlio Channel yester
Thk S. 3. Australia leaves San
Francisco to-duy for this port with
live days' later news.
The furniluie of Mrs. Miles, Christ
loy Place, will bo sold at auction to
morrow by J. P. Moigan.
Thk Police Court mom was filled,
with the exception of counsel and
judge, with Chinese exclusively this
Notwithstanding the inclement
weather tho band played ovory pieco
on the program as announced in the
Quite a number of people witnessed
the departure of the steamer Clautline
witli the Raymond tourists yesterday
Captain Christian has readied the
further side of Thomas Square with
tho gang of prisoners on the Beretania
Steam whs got up in tho
dredger to-day. Work on the
chincry not being completed,
ongines wore not run.
the The choir of tho second congrogn
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
have a rehearsal this evening at 7 :30
o'clock sharp in the church.
Captain Morse told Mr. J. Mort
Oat that the Alameda met the miss
ing steamer Humboldt going into
San PranciFijo as the former was com
ing uuii un inu (in.
The new road between Liliha and
Nuuanu. streets seems to be as fur
1 way from completion as ever. The
bridges on its line are decaying while
they wait for tlio roads.
W. H. Cumminqs is roported as a
likely candidate for lload Supervisor.
As the Routl Board have not received
their certificates of election they are
unable as yet to name the supervisor.
A considerable amount of bugged
sugar awaits ti asportation along the
llumakua coast. The accumulation
is owing to the fact that the island
coasters are unable to connect with
To-Monuow, at noon, a.t the front
entrance of Aliioluni Hule, will be
sold some thirty-six lots of Govern
ment land at Makiki. The lots vary
fiom one to 8 1-10 acres and are
The condition of the road along
the city front, after tho rain, is in a
deplorable state, pedestrians having
to wulk knee deep in mud unless they
choose tho edge of tho wharf, and
then there is danger of drowning.
The Minister of the Interior and
the President of tho Board of Health,
accompanied by Bibhop Willis, will
go to the Leper Settlement by the
steamer Kilauca Hou to-morrow even
ing, returning by the steamer Claud
ino on Sunday morning. -
Yesterday afternoon at 5 :30 o'clock
a native was walking up Port street,
and when passing W. G. Irwin & Co.'s
store made a pass as if cross-countering
a blow. He struck a big pane of
glass, smashing it. The man was ar
rested and proved to bo drunk.
The Myrtle Boat Club's dance nt
their bonthouse yesterdiiy evening was
enjoyed by quite a number. The
place was gaily decorated with HowcrH
and Chiucbe lanterns. Tho Quintet
Club furnished music for dancing. A
lull was made during the evening lor
The S. F. Chronicle of Fob. 0th has
the following: Tho non-union crow
of the. barkenlino Discovery were
porauaded yesterday to leave that
vessel at Mission pier 1. The Dis
covery is to sail to-day for Honolulu,
aud an attempt will be made to place
another non-union crow on board
under police protection.
Two Chinese charged with con
spiracy on a fellow-countryman at
Waianae, monopolized tho whole of
the Police Court session this morning.
Several Chinesn were examined un!
considerable contradictory swearing
wits done. Tho cube was continued
till this afternoon, V. V. Ashford for
plaintiff; A. P. Peterson for defend
ant. YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.
About twenty young men, mem
bers of the Anglican Church, res
ponded to u call for the formation of
a youiiK men's club yesterday even
ing, at the Sunday schoolroom of SI.
Andrew's Cathedral. Bishop Willis
opened tho meeting anil slated its
object. After a few preliminary re
works the following gentlemen were
appointed to draft a constitution and
by-laws: Bishop Willis, Ed. Stiles,
W. II. Wright, Jas, Cockctt, Sol.
Melieulu. This organization is a
branch of the Young Men's Friendly
Society of London and was named
after it. Another meeting will bo
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
prominent druggist of Ogdcn, IJtuh,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy." There Is no
danger from it and relief is alwuys
sure to follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it to he safe am) reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, lieu
son, Smith & Co., amenta.
CAPTAIN MAHT1N FINED
He Gives a Remarkable Excuse
for Smuggling Opium.
Again the Mysterious
Iho Captain Would Impli
cate tho Honolulu t'us
toms A uthoritics.
Under the heading, "The Large
Seizure of Opium," the Hongkong
Daily Press of December 25, 1891,
contains the following report:
At the Police Court yesterday
Roger Martin, captain of the Nova
Scotia bark Velocity, was charged on
remand with having in his possession
about 11,000 taels of prepared opium
without a valid certificate from the
Opium Farmer. Mr. Dcnnys ap
peared to prosecute and the defend
ant was represented by Mr. Wotton.
Previous to the hearing of the evi
dence Mr. Wotton said that with a
view to save the tiPe of the Court
they were piepared to admit having
possession of the opium and not
having a certificate. He hud some
reasons to urge against any line be
ing imposed, but he proposed to
postpone making any statement till
he heard what Mr. Dcnnys had to
Mr. Dennys said if this was ad
mitted he did not think he could
press for a heavy fine.
Mr. Spooner was then called. He
said I am the chief Excise Officer.
On December pth at 7 p. m. 1
boarded the Velocity. She was lying
near Stonecutter's Island. I saw the
defendant on board and told him I
had come to seize opium. He said
it was not his opium and was put on
board by the Superintendent of Cus
toms at Honolulu to be taken to n
certain latitude and longitude and be
handed over to another vessel. As
the vessel did not turn up he brought
it on to Hongkong. There were
eighteen, packages containing about
Cross-examined I think.the opium
might sell for export at about $8000.
That would be less than the price at
which opium is sold for consumption
in Hongkong. I haye known Captain
Martin for about five years. I know
where to find the opium. It was
given up at once by the captain.
Martin said that when he left Hono
lulu he had no intention to bring the
opium to Hongkong. The reason be
gave for not having transhipped the
opium was that he had missed the
other vessel. I believe tho Velocity
arrived on Saturday about noon. I
boarded her about 7 o'clock the same
evening. The Captain suid nothing
to me about its being his intention to
report to the Harbor Master that he
hud opium on board. I was on board
for about half an hour or a little
more. The captain stood by all the
time during the counting and produc
tion of the packages.
Mr. Dennys' said he left it in 'lis
Worship's hands about the amount
of- fine. 8500 was the penalty, and
nothing had been dono to show cause
why it should be reduced. If his
Warship considered extenuating cir
cumstances had been proved ho would
not press for the full penalty being
Joshua Henry Guild, a passenger
on board the Velocity, was called as
a witness for the defense. He said
that about 100 miles from Honolulu
the ship hove to or a day and a
night. Tits captain told him he was
looking for a schooner. The Chinese
passengers felt anniycd at the vessel
being detained, and came aft to com
plain. The vessel was then put on
nm course for UongKong, which was
reached at three o'clock on Saturday
afternoon, 19th lust. An olllcer,
whom witness took to be a harbor
olllcer, came on board with' a paper
for a report. The captain went
ashore some time afterward.
Cross-examined Ho knew the im
port of prepared opium into Hono
lulu was prohibited. He did not
know where tho opium was to be
taken after it had been put on board
the schooner. Ho did not know if it
was treated as cargo, and put upou
the manifest. It wus in the lazaretto.
Mr. Wotton for the defense urged
that the defendant had not intended
I to bring the opium to Hongkong and
that his reasons given were sufficient
excuse for his Worship not iullictiug
a severe lino. Captain Mai tin ar
rived at 3 o'clock in the altcrnoou
aud it was his intention to call upon
the Harbor Master. After missing
the other vessel he did not know what
to ito with the opium. . Ho had no
body here to deliver it to, aud he
want to consult the Harbor Muster,
but tho office was closed, and it was
Captain Martin's intention to see
him the first opportunity that oc
curred and ask about it. Captain
Martin did not care about speaking
to everyone on tho subject, knowing
the valuo of tho opium. Ho had
been trading backward and foi ward
to the colony for upwards of thirty
five years, aud he did not think any-
- - W.
"'"", i'l 1 in mtfi
body could say flHyllUng of this! ha
tote had ever been found in Captain
Martin's possession befoie. He had
no intention whatever to commit
any breach of the law. He knew
there was an Opium Fanner here,
but he did not know how far the re
strictions on opium extended to it
when 011 board ship. Cnptaih Martin
also assured him it was his intention
to consult the Harbor Master, and lie
would have done this if theolllce had
been open, but as it was three o'clock
ho came to tlio conclusion that tho
"office was closed.
His Worship pointed out that the
Captain had never mentioned it to
the olllcer who came oil hoatd, and
he did not go to the Harbor Mas
ter's. Defendant I knew the olllcc
closed at half-past one.
Mr. Wotton He I111J everything
to arrange, and to uo to tho agents,
and he had uo idea lie was infringing
the law. The opium is of very great
value, and that ought to be prize
enough to the Opium Fanner with
out imposing a fine.
Mr. Dennys said lie was informed
the Harbor Master's olllcc did not
close till 5 o'clock.
Mr. Wotton, continuing, maintain
ed that the captain only acted rea
sonably in deciding to bring the
opium to Hongkong rather than
throw it overboard, and that his in
tention to call at the Harbor Mas
ter's would certainly have been car
ried out but for the misapprehension
as to the hour of closing the olllcc.
His Worship said lib did not con
sider the case would be met by the
imposition of a nominal fine. The
manner in which the opium was put
on board and the circumstances sur
rounding it certainly suggested an
attempt to conceal. His opinion was
that it was never intended to hand
over the opium at all unless found
out. He indicted a line of S2o0 or
three months' imprisonment with
hard labor, the opium to be confis
cated. Defendant paid tbe fjne,
l.VKOKUATIOX S-JtO.U THK CUS
There is no such officer in the Ha
waiian civil service as the "Superin
tendent of Cu toms," mentioned in
the foregoing report of Captain Mar
tin's trial and conviction. A repre
sentative of the Bulletin, in order
to enlighten the public on the actual
facts regarding the exportation of
opium by the Government on the
Velocity, called on Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, Collector-Gcncial of Custoips,
for the necessary information.
Mr. Cleghorn smiled when told of
the story related by the venerable
and erring skipper. He described
the method pursued in getting rid of
accumulations of opium seized here,
but called 111 Mr. Geo. L. Boardman,
Deputy-Collector, for the detuils of
the Velocity shipment. The Collect-or-Generarwas-ubsent
from the King
dom at. the time.
The Custom House sells the opium
here for whatever it will bring. That
sent awny on the Velocity corres
ponded in quantity with what was
seized at Hongkong and realized
82000 or $8000. It was sold like
all other lots on condition of being
carried beyond the kingdom.
Reports had been current that the
buyers had arranged to have the
opium lauded clandestinely some
where on these islands. In conse
quence of these reports Mr. Board
man chartered the steam tug Alice
to follow the Velocity. An armed
force went on the steamer and tlio
bark was followed to sea about 75
miles. It was rumored afterward
that the stuff had been lauded on
Kauai. The denouement of the
bark's voyage occurring in the Hong
kong Police Court shows that all the
opium was carried to that port.
Mr. Boardman considers that the
ridicule some smart Alecks chose to
bestow on the Alice expedition has
lost all its sting by the developments
of Captain Martin's scrape. Captain
Martin will probably be back here
in a few weeks, when it will be in or
der for him to explain his slur on the
Customs authorities, making them
appear as accomplices in an attempt
ed fraud on the laws of their coun
try. The reporter asked how it was
that the opium did not appear on
the vessel's manifest on arrival at
Hongkong. In this it proved he ex
posed an ignorance of methods which
may be shared by many uninitiated
people. Vessels leaving here only
receivo clearance and health rprtlll
cates. No duplicate manifests are
issued. The outward manifest is
filed in the Custom House. The
master of a vessel makes up his own
inward manifest for the port of des
tination from the bills of lading and
swears to its accuracy. The manifest
of the Velocity tiled in the Honolulu
Custom House exhibits the same
quantity of opium us that seized on
board the bark at Hongkong.
It has transpired since the Velo
city's departure that Captain Martin
stated he had been approached to in
duce him to land the opium on these
islands. He refused positively to be
a party to a violation of tho law of
the kingdom, but would undertake
to deliver the opium to another ves
sel on the high seas, outside the
jurisdiction of any nation. Such a
bargain was probably struck, but the
intervention of the little revenue
cutler Alice, doubtless, spoiled the
snug arrangement. The "mysterious
schooner" was thrown ofT her reckon
ing, and hcuce Captain Martin's peck
Every family should bu provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhma Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
sou, Suillli & Co., agents. -
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re r.rrr'a??rrr;l'J ?.-'. " rsi.J&2Z'z-'r-? ks ms-' ; '' ,.?CT-rffi.uw
how is yoor cold?
Is a question often nsked these days.
You are foiliinulo if it is only a cold,
but oven colds if not checked develop
into serious maladies.
For coughs wo have Jayno's, Ayer's
and Chamberlain's Remedies, aloo,
German Syrup, Shiloh's Cure, Halo's
Honey, Allen v Hairs Balsam, ho
nor's Choiiy Coidial, Scott's Kniul
Mon, Hoinu'opathie "11 & S" Cough
Syrup and many others.
If you have a cold in the head we've
CiHimiui's Menthol and Cutler's Pock
et Inhalers, Wo keep hovcinl kinds
of Atomizers for spraying the nostrils
aud throat in cases of catarrh. Caloric
Vitu Oil is a popular preparation for
colds on tho chest. Should you ptefer
Porous Plasters we can supply your
demand as we keep a full line of these
When your health begins to wane
anil tonics 1110 wanted to build up your
constitution, diop in and wo will show
you what there is in that line. Hcio
are a few of a long list: Maltine, Fel
lows' Syi up, Cod Liver Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Bovinine
and others. All of tbesu preparations
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corni'i' l'-oi'l A: IvIiik MitcIs.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 17,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11 .
At the residence of Aire. MILKS, ChrUt-
ley place, Koit street, I will
sell at Public Auction
The Household Furniture !
Gne Ash Bedroom Set
B W ltedioom s-et,
Lamps, Cm talus,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE !
Dining Table, Chairs,
Meat Safe, Refrigerator,
1 "Model" Stove and Utensils, Etc.
JAS. F. MORGVTV,
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Short Course of Lectures
Wednesday, Feb. 17,
A.T lOiUO A. BI.,
Residenco of Mits. HOBRON, Nuu
Subscription .$ 1.50
Single Admission .75
F'OR - A. I -i 113
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 & 30 MERCHANT STREET.
ONE Cottage to let on
Punchbowl street. En
quire of L. ADLER,
VS Nuuanu St. shoe store.
BOUSE of (i rooms, kitchen
and bathroom, within
four minutes' walk of the
Post Ullltc, Kent $L'0 a mouth. Apply
ut this olllcc. '.Via tf
A LARGE Building Lot
corner Kewalo street
aud Wilder avenue; area 'i
acres. i luo locality, terms easy, price,
apply to JOHN. V. COLltURN.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
1 V you havo a lot, I will build you a
furnish the money
J L. MKYKK,
130 I'o it stieet.
Mutual Tel. CC2; P. O. box 387.
IKK von OKKICHTEN'S Adults
iVl Daneliur Class will bo KVKRY
WEDNESDAY, from 7:80 to 10:00
1, M., at lilts Alton Hall. 315:11
ALL partluv who have left watches or
clocks with A. A. Doiton, Wal
hiku, Maui, for tepalrs, are hereby iiotl
tled to claim their property within sixty
days, us they will bo debarred from
claiming theieafter, he having gone out
of business, Claims to bu sunt to Mr.
Kekiut, at Mr. Dorlou's late place of
business, WalluUu, or to the under
315 lm Honolulu.
' The Piciiira tlmtis TurnedTowarfltlie VSTaJI5
XT Tv ' Vv jDkSf
Mohal: Dinna g-ang-awji' for a bauble whon we can
ye a better ane for less to 'ier .it liame.
rlhe only genuine IIaviland C'iiiva in the Kingdom is
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Dank, Honolulu.
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforcod
Unlaundried Shirts that wo are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
fiflEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
brijjgan, ISIack or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Haiid and Ties of all kinds.
HOT See our White P. K. Scarfs that we arc selling 2 for 25 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
mMM m Q--
lOO Fort Street,
On and after the 1st day of Am
AU outstanding bllK we WU iialil
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st,
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, Silks, Satins, Surr.ihs, Wool Dress Goods, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linen, Curtains, Poitleies, lied .Spreads, Rugs, Hoys' and Gent's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and felt); Caps, Trunks. Hags,
Vali-es, Collars, Cuffs, Shirts, Underwear, Etc.
Bo? Call and sec foryoiu-elf the liberal
1 tifir Lt
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GLOVES ---GENUINE I
IN ALL COLORS.
Will ! SoIl l.r One W-sU nt Si 5t) n I?uir.
A Largo Assoitment of Embroidery; Oriental, Chiffon, and Torchon Laces,
S251" At Reduced Prices ! -
S. EIIIILICII & CQ.
B. F. MLEES & CO.
After taking Stock wo offer superior values for less
CHENILLK I'ORTIURES, FROM $0.50 UPWARD,
AT ALL STVLKS AND PKIOEd.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SOL'IC i AND SCARFS AT COST.
C3T DicBsiu.iMtig under die management of MISS IC. CLARICK.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
AGENTS FOR TIIiD LEADING
- NI5W GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -
For Mouldings, Frames,
l'astols, Arlolypos, IMiolo
gmvuruH, Et citings and
everything in tho lino ol'
pictureH, go to King liron.,
Inthu unlet little city lives a couplo
with one child,
A girl beloved by nil, until, you bet,
By the iniltieiiec of false fi lends, and
fairj ail. beguiled,
She sent to 'Frisco for a dinner set.
Mio bought a "cheap and nasty," aud
paid an awful price,
And cieii this mlofoitune was not all;
When her father miw the pieces tears of
atigulMi tilled his cyc,
And he went anil turned her picture to
There's a thought that's never Ppokon
And a pocket hook that's broken,
Tlieie'sa illtiner -ut Hint's thrown out
in the stall,
And a sail and ler daughter
(For experience has taught her),
And a picture that Is turned toward the
G1VE YOU A POINTER.
Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
II. we intend to do a strictly CASH buai-
before that dale.
discounts we are offering for CASH.
prices lu every
W. T. KIONSARRAT,
ley-Otllee at Hotel Stub'es, Hotel
btii'ct. Both Telephones 32. Kcsldencu:
Mutual Tel. C10. dec 10-01