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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
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A.M. A.M. I'.M. P.M
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Loavo Honoullull..7::iO 10:43 3:44 5:42f
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 G:COJ
VEAUL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive Pearl City
Lcivo Pear' City.. 0:00 ..
Arrive Honolulu. ..(1:IU ..
t Saturdays only.
it r e. .1.
en rs ri s
i i' x
.Vow moon on Mm 27th at All. loin. p. in.
Tliu thno Hlinml for tliu poit Is Klvun lit 121i.
Dm. Osec. (liiiilnlKliU or Urccnwlcli tiinoor
Hi. 28m. :Usec. p. in, of Honolulu Observatory
tlinu. It in 1,'hi'ii by tliu steuin nhixtlo or tliu
llonnlulu I'IiihIhk Mill, n few Uooib above
'tliu (JUHtom House. Tlio Hiuno whistle, is
sounded con retry nt Honolulu mean noon,
OliM-ivttttuy ini'iidlitn, oi lull. 31m. 20scc. of
jr u js
TUESDAY", FEB. 23, 1892.
'S B Aiistiaha, Ilnudlettc, from San Fran
cisco Stfnr Wal 111 iinalo from Maui
tSiiJir Llholiho from Knuui
S S China. Seabury, from Snu Franelbeo
StmrLikcliku troiii llatnakua
StmrMikahulu for ICanai at 5 p in
Stmr Waialeale for oits on Kauai
jMmr Klnnu for Maui and Hawaii at
4 p in
fttuir Claudiue for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Lchtia for Nun and Papaikou, at 5
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalani foi Ilainaku 1
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, for Snu
From San Francisco, per S S A ustra
lia, Feb 23 -Mrs K Albreclit and child,
U U bull, Mrs U IJurKett, 1 11 uucKltig
liain and wife, Mrs Burling, 1) Campbell,
Mrs Clieuey, A W Cbainbeiain and
wife, W Cogswell, L II Deo and wife, O
11 B Fowler, Ed J Foster, Hon Jas G
Fair, Mrs W P Fennell and cbild, Mrs S
A 3-Gan, K O Giialiu, John Hanley, Jas
B Hazeltou and wife, Mrs V P lluzclton,
Alexander Iniberg, Miss Gertrude John
son, I) Libby anil wife, L Liehtenstader.
Edw Linden, CMalcoiub,Fied Marshall,
11 M A Miller, Geo J Mohler, Miss Ale
Guire, Miss M McGuire, Mrs I, F Mit
chell, 2 children and maid, Miss Mans
lield, Very Key Francis Newbaurer, D D,
Miss Jennet Paulsell, Mrs Ferry, Miss
Perry, Geo II Feck, Mrs Kycr, Miss Ida
Souimers, Mrs Swett, Fl Stone and
wife, Miss Stone, Mrs Mott-Sinith. Miss
Mott-Siuitb, Mis (. hristie Wanton, Miss
Florenco Warden, Mis A Weathurwax.
Miss SB Woolinau, Afrs Woolley, LG
Young, Miss Page.
For Maui und Hawaii, per stmr Kiuau,
Feb 23 -C K Kiehardson, W W Goodalu,
Miss Kinney, Geo Irvine, C Stoeckle,
Geo 11 Williams, 1$ H Blown, Capt
Koitliup, T Yotsuinato, A M Sproull,
Mrs W D Scliniidt, and about 110 deck.
For the Volcano; C C Uall, G Peck.
The harkentine Skagit sailed from
Port Ludlow, February 9, for this pjrt
Willi a cargo of lumber.
The brigantine .1. D. Spreukuls lias
.sailed for Kaliului, Maui, from San
The W S S Go's vl1arve3 are packed
with sugar awaiting transportation.
Tim American bkino Mary Wiiikelmau
is taking in sugar in botli hatches
The Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala will
leave for San Frairis o to-morrow with
a full cargo of sugar.
The O K & L Co's lauding is devoid of
The steamer Kinati sailed at 4 o'clock
The schooner lico Cooke llnislied
discharging this afternoon
Tliu schooner Transit is lying in the
stream awaiting a berth.
HATFIELD-IUKPEK In Honolulu,
fiih. 22, 1S',)2, at St. Andrews Pi lory,
le Bishop of Honolulu,
1 I '!.
Ui to isauuiia uarper
Ilesidca tho Raymond tourists and
pollers staying nt the Hawaiian IlotcJ
the following names haye bopii addud
8jnce tl(e arrival pf the stealer Aus.
ttalia; Mr and Mrs A W Clainherain, Mr
(Jranville Malconib, Denver j Mr and
Mrs F I' Stouo, Ms atone, Mra F
j Swctt, Mrs 1letch.er Rjer, Miss
Christie Warden and Miss Florence
Warden, S, F; Mr Mun.bll.eld, Oak
land; Airs Winri'li Chancy, Berke
ley; Mr und Mrs J B Jlaeltoii,
Brooklyn, N V; Mib W V llazelton,
T'airytown, N Y ; Miss Wooliuan, N
,7 ; Mr Dorvillu Lihbf , Mrs D Libby,
II M A Miller, Miss Ida SomerB,
and Mrs Albrecht, S F; Geo II
l'cck, Sisson, Cal; O O Ball, Bar
stolu, Cal; E J Foster, Paiaiso
Springs, Cal ; James G Fair, John
Ilunley, and Fred Marshall, S F;
Mrs E C Wooley, New York ; Thos
II Buckingham and wifo, S F; Miss
Y Fane, and J) Licklcnstader, New
Jrork: Mrs'E' Burling, and D Carup
bel(, S " F j lJeiislead Fowler, r'g
jutid; Wm Cogswell, New 'York.'
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mit, Gr.o. Lucas is veiy low.
Sua a u W1I8 H 7-lG I ho latest, raw
tniiro active in New York.
Two whalers nppearctl oil' ICoko
Head ut 110 this morning.
TllK S. S. Australia biouglit a largo
number of passengers this morning.
A Hri:ciAt meeting of tlio Pacific
Sugar Mill will be hold tomorrow at
2 p. 111.
PnoK. Ui:miKii mid hia tuneful corps
were on duty sixteen hours straight,
Diamond Head, !i p. 111. Steamer
Oliiiin 10 miles oil'; weather hazy,
wind light west.
Tin: Custom House closed nt noon
to-day out of respect to tlio late
Amono importations by the steamer
Australia is u line lot of new goods for
tho Temple of Fashion.
Five Chinese, on trial for assault,
woio nol. pros.'d this morning for
Mil, L. II. Deo and wifo are home
again after no enjoyable pleasure and
business trip to the CohbI.
The Bulletin extends its thanks
to Punier Lauiio J. Ityun, of the S. S.
Australia, for news favors.
Thk first state dinner since Her
Majesty's accession will bo given at
lolani Palace on Thursday evening.
Mit. A. MoDowull lias been elected
Secretary of the Seottisli Thistle Club,
in place of Mr. V A. McKay, left tho
Thihu malo J. Shaw of the steamer
Iwalani is tho one under arrest for
the penal otl'euse reported 111 yester
Govkunmknt and Consular lings
were ut half-mast to-day out of res
pect to tliu dentil of Father Hermann,
Bishop of Olba.
" LAKgK stoatnor oil' Waimanal ,
piobably the San Francisco," tlio Bell
telephone reported this afternoon. It
proved to bo the China.
Thk adjourned annual meeting of
the Honukaa Sugar Co. will be held
to-morrow at the ollico of F. A.
Schaefer & Co. at !) u. m.
Tin: entertainment by the Y. M. C.
A., assisted by tliu Camera Club and
local talent, will take place this even
ing ut the Y. M. O. A. hall.
llo See and Puk Chee are under
arrest, charged with assault on a fel
low countryman. Their trial comes
up next Tuesday, March 1st.
Two passengers left on the steamer
Kiuau this afternoon for the Volcano.
They are Messrs. C. C. Ball and Geo.
II. Peck, who arrived by the Austra
lia. The Hawaiian Hotel is crowded to
tho cupola, every room in the hotel
being occupied. Tho hotel has never
been so full us it is now for many
Thk British bark Lancelield, Capt.
Burns, which it will lie remembered
put into this port leaking last year,
and was repaired here, arrived at Ha
vre, France, Feb. 9th.
The band concert which was to
have taken place at the Hotel this
evening has been postponed until to
morrow evening out of respect to the
Bishop ot Olba's memory.
On the last voyage of tho bark For
est Queen from this port to San Fran
cisco, heavy weather was encountered
during which her deck-load of molas
ses was swept ovci board.
The Sailor's Hornpipe to be danced
at Mrs. Gray's concert next Saturday
night by Miss Hessie Lemon will prob
ably draw a crowd from the Pensacola
who aro to bo granted "liberty" for the
The sale of the property of H. Aki,
under execution advertised to take
place Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1892, has
been indefinitely postponed until
actio i has been taken in the Supremo
Court, when due notice will be given
of such sale.
Hon. James G. Fair, ex-Sonator for
Nevada, is registered at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. Mr Fair arrived on the steam
er Australia. James G. Fair, Jr., tho
ex-Senator's eldest son, died in Sun
Fraucibco on tlio moiniug of the 1 2 1 1 1"
inst., rather suddenly from, heart fail
DoNVforget the concert at Kau
maknpili Church, Thursday evening,
in honor of visiting tourists. Mrs. A.
V. Kice of New York and Mr. M. A.
Uotlichild of San Francisco will sing,
and Dr. A. Marcuso play tlio violin.
The admission will bu 20 cents. Tickets
can bo had at tho church door.
HORTH HILfl ELECTION.
A Tie Judlclully Gunflrmeil I'ro
linlily a Now Klectloa.
His Honor Chief Justice Judd
to-day rendered a decision on the
two jirotests from North Ililo. q
rpjects tlo two ilotihtful ballots for
Jliitoon and the 0110 doubtful one
fqr Horner, This leaves the vote a.
He and will probably necessitate, u,
new election for Representative of
ARRIVAL OF S.S. AUSTRALIA.
The steamer Australia, U. C,
Uoudlt'Uc commander, sailed from
San Francisco Feb. lUth, at 2 p. m.
with 02 cabin and 20 steerage pas
sengers, and St bags mails. Exper
ienced extraordinarily fine weather
throughout the voyago. Arrived at
Honolulu Feb. 2ild, at 9 a. in.
AS A NERVE TONIC
line lIiiiHferit'H AnlJ IMiolliulc.
Dr. S. L. jm.iamh, Clarence, Iowa,
snys: "I have used'it to grand ell'eut
in u case of neuralgic fuver, and in
uterine ililllculties. Also, in cases
Whuro . general tonio was needoij,
For a ueryo tpni'o T thiol; it js tj0 e'st
liavu'uver utie'd, u'ml can recommend,
it inoat conjiuiitly.''
BISHOP OF OLBA.
Death of the Agod Prelate at
Somo Particulars of tho Life that
The Right Hcv. Hermann Koeckc
matin, Bishop of Ollui, dle'l after n
short illness nt the C'tithoiic Mission,
Fort street, at six o'clock yesterday
afternoon. It was only last Thurs
day that the community was pained
to hear that the venerable prelate
had been stricken down that morning
with paralysis. His age made his te
covery doubtful from the first, anil,
with intervals of varying degrees of
consciousness, his condition after the
first day showed clearly to be n
dying one. After the stroke he
spoke but :i very few words.
Minute hells tolling from the Ca
thedral within which the Bishop's
voice had often sounded in the sacred
offices and sermons of fatherly ad
monition in various languages pro
claimed the sad departure. Many
natives who had been hovering in the
Mission precincts through the criti
cal Imurs, ou being apprised of the
end having come, vented their grief
in loud lamentations after the Ha
Many busy and willing hands of
faithful men and women of the
church were soon engaged in prepar
ing the interior of the Cathedral for
the lying in state. The body was
brought in and laid on a. bier in the
middle of the church, opposite the
side entrance. While tender hands
were placing flowers about the bier,
crowds were standing in and about
the church. The pupils of St. Louis
College filled the side section of the
pews and, led by Brother Beitram,
performed their devotions for the
dead aloud in English.
When the preliminary preparations
had been completed, members of the
Young Men's Catholic Club stationed
themselves ou cither side of the bier
und waved kahilis in Hawaiian custom
over the remains of their beloved
father. The body will lie in state
until C o'clock this evening, and tho
funeral will take place at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. Government,
diplomatic and consular flags arc
flying at lialf-mast to-day out of
respect to the memory of the lament
The late Hermann Koeckemann
was horn at Ostbevcrun, Westphalia,
Germany, Jan. 10, 1828, consequent
ly wns a little over G4 years of ago
at death. Father Hermann arrived
in Honolulu on the 11th of Novem
ber, 18oi.e lie was consecrated as
Bishop of Olba in San Francisco ou
August 21st, 1881. The late Bishop
was very active in the work of his
diocese. His figure was a most fa
miliar one, as he rodo about the city
and suburbs in prosecution of the
duties of his) bishopric. The large
piuspeniy ui which iiu leaves ins ui
oceso is a monument to his assiduous
labors, assisted by a faithful and
zealous band of priests. As a man
thoso who were acquainted with Bish
op Hermann will remember him af
fectionately for hjs kindly and unos
tentatious demeanor. A constant und
vigilant friend and father to the sick
and distressed his memory will be
blessed. The very morning ho was
stricken down he had come fioin a
visit of consolation to u p,oor qick
All Qovornuicnt olllces oloscd at
noon to-day out of respect for the
memory of tho departed prelate.
High requiem innss for his late Lord
ship, Vicar Apostolic for the Hawai
ian Islands, will bo solemnized at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral at 10
o'clock to-morrow. Invitations to
attend are issued tq the principal
Government olllcinls and foreign
Governor Cleghorn called at tho
Mission on hearing of the Bishop's
death ; and on behalf .of the Queen
tendered the services of tho Royal
Band for the funeral, l'rof. Merger
will consult with Brother Francis,
leader of tho St, Louis College band,
iu regard to the processional music.
Large numbers of people aro passing
through the Cathedral to-day to view
the body lying in slate, among the
number prominent citizens of other
communions, public olllcials and for
eign representatives, " ' '
Tlio'pbrrWM'liW hmVWn In his
ppispopul Y"stneits mid regaliti,
wnipi) appears uerpwiiu, is given
I through the courtesy of tho publish-
Jr ' '!
crs of the Paradise of tlio Pacific,
from whom It has been 'nircd for
both the Daily and Wuvtki.v Bui.li:
A successor to Hip, lato Bislio) can
only be named by Oiel'opcof Home.
Therefore all tal.'R as to this or that
Father succeeding liiui is premature.
A nttjvE is wanted.
I''..i. meet you at the Brunswick.
E.vritA Minco Pies at tlio "Elite."
A- Co. have firewood for
C. J. MoOAitrtlY bus lots
stiect for Nile.
to order at Ni
The Brunswick are tho only Billiard
Piulors in town. G-tf
S. S. Aubikama will sail for San
Francisco this day week at noon.
Fkesii frozen oysters have been re
ceived on ice at the Beaver Saloon.
Aktkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SitNiumN relieved at Once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Agents. ; 1-tf
Ik you want to save time and
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Nuuanu and King
Founij tho place to buy new and
second hand furniture of all kinds at
low prices, tlio I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
S. S. Zamiiesi will bo due from
China and Japan about March 1st,
and have early despatch for Victoria,
and Sound ports.
Delicious coil'eo and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Drop a nickel in the slot and got
your weight black and white on it
neat card, all done by electricity at
tho "Elite" Ice Cieani Parlors. 2-;it
OrriOKiis of the Hawaiian Railroad
Co. for the ensuing year are: Clins.
L. Wight, president; Win. C. Wilder,
treasurer; Snin'l G. Wilder, secretary.
Get your boots and shoes mado
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. Fiiat-cluss work, low
Bediioom bets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, nigs,
bureaus, ebeUbniers, etc., sold cheap
for cash at tho 1 X L, corner Nuuanu
and King stieet. 5-2w
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. OSS' Call and examine our stock.
Following is the program of the Y.
M. C. A. entertainment this evening:
1 Piano Duet Missus Hopper.
2 Song Miss Young.
3 Chorus. .Kainehaiuuha Gleu Club.
1 Violin Solo Mr. O. Wall.
Mrs. Kicoof N.Y.
Mr. Bennett of S. F.
5 Vocal Duet.
0 Exhibition of Lantern Slides. .
. . Hawaiian Camera Club.
7 Chorus. Kamehumeha Glee Club,
Leave orders on slate, Room 13,
Arlington Hotel, or at Hobron &
Newman's drugstore. Telephones:
128 Mutual and Bell.
7-2w ' Y. H. BKNSON.
--, . OEOQNli,-HAND I
fSgfgSjEl IO wanted; must I
VKKfliTsr-irood order. Apply,
lug price, to "G.
O. Ilox 178.
Firewood For Sale,
WK have jufctivddvi'd, a HiunUlotof
Algiiiibii Urowood which wo
olfer for K.tlu In lots to suit for cahii.
:i52 -It BUS TACK & CO.
ELECIION of OFFICERS.
I' tho annual meeting of the stock
holder!, of thu Hawaiian Ralhoad
(L'd), held at their otllcu hi this
city Feb. a.lril, thu following ollleers
wuro eieuteu to tervu wiring inu winning
Charles L. Wight Provident,
William C. Wilder Tieanuror,
Suin'l G. Wilder Secretary.
Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1802 U!V2 3t
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
The S. S. ZAMBESI
Will bo duo at this port from China, ipul.
Japan on or alm(u; 'Alureh M,
und, Vil lti(u mwh tif tor for
Victoria & Sound Ports.
Heir For terms of trelght und pussugo
"'asa lot THE0. H. DAVIES & CO.
A B8C SCARE
Usually bin some foundation tn tart om
it Is always ;uh liable, however, to tie
prepared foi oineigcnelui. Smallpox U
a tenlblc "couige; fprenila rapidly by
I'oiHagloii or Infection, anil pioves'fntn'l
neaily always. Tlio doeloH iippieeinto
the tinpoili'itice of vaccination and uc
judge a gient ninny aie influenced by
their medical knowledge, and sue taking
this necessary pieciutlnu.
We had some. Vaiviuu, Vitus arilvo
bv the last steamer. We believe, this Is
the llrst lot tlml has come since tlio
"iiiallpox sciio'" and I the only fresh
Vneeine to be h ill in the realm.
A special Induce
ment ! nffeied Mill
to lay in a tnek of
choice Tollf t naps
ut wholesale pi leu.
Colgate & Co.'s
Soap have a win Id
wide lepulullnu for
being one of tliu
best gtades inanii
faetured. Pel haps
you're under tliu
imptfosloii that all
these Miaps me ex
pensive. You'll be
surprised to learn
T .X. -- J
kouie mi in f n. 1. 1 "ollot soaps aro. If
you have been using a cheap grade soap
on tliu scoru of economy you won't in
I'luasu uutu that this iniinlllcent offer
exphes next TUESDAY, Feb. 23rd, and
until then It will bu out soup week and
you can buy good toilet soap cheaper
thnu ever before.
Diop In while waiting for a ear and
vlciv our Soap display and cany away
some of the sweet odois, if nothing moic.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner fort & JClnp; (stveotH.
ENTERTAINMENT BY THE
Y. M. a A.
TUESDAY EVENING, Feb. 23d,
AT H O'CLOCK,
Vocal and Instrumental Music,
Assisted by the Camera Club i
Hiilioo of Lautoii Slides
Tickets, - -
a 18 nt
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
18. J. NOIrK, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Marcli 1st,
EST For freight or passage, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., I'd,
This Hotel has recently added a large
Single Rooms f Baths Attached
WHICH WII.I. UK l.KT
AVltli r Vlllioit Jtoniil.
WM. B. HOOPER,
Al V '
HE adjourned annual meeting of the
hliniuiioiiierg oi tliu iionokaa sugar
Coinpuuv will ho held ou WE
DAY NEXT, thu L'lth lti8t., at !l A. M.,
at tho ollico of F. A. Suhaufer it Co.
llonnlulu, Feb. 1!), 1H!)L'. ill'.) nt
meittlng of thu hhiire
thu Paelllu Sutrar Mill
J:x. hiildern of
will bu held on WEDNKSDW NK.VT,
thu 'Jlth iuMunt, at 2 r. m., al thu otllcu
of F. A. schagfer & Co.
Honolulu, Feb, ID, 18!2. til!) 'it
ANNUAL Al BETING.
pilK regular uiiuuul meeting of tliu
I Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co. w ill Iiu
held ut their otllcu In Wailuku, MimL oi
SATUItDAY, ilaich 12. 18i)i, at 10
o'clock A. M. , 1. DANIELS,
iU iWt Sevtetary II. F. & T. Co.
For AIouldiiiiH, FrniuoH,
PastolH, ArtotypcH, Pliolo
griivuruH, ElohingH and
everything in ilie line oi'
pictures, go to King Uro,,
T$W ' fl
g mM$wF it
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Not through the keyhole hut walk in bnldlj and sec what wc have
Von probably think you know through our advertisement, but you haven't
a soupcon of an idea; wo cannot tell you half tho dilfcrenl thingj. These
ads aro uictcly invitations, though we frequently invite your inspection of
our IIAVILAND CHINA and FISCIIKR'S RANGES. Wc have two floors
and three warehouse-, tilled with goods suit i .le to your wants.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Hun, Honolulu.
WMI w am mii wm ti in.!!,,..,. .jm I
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent
New Business Written, in. 1SU1-
Assurance in. Force-
The 32d Annual Statement
interval the foregoing lig'iires will show approximately
chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CftRTWRlCHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
READ THIS AND IT WILL
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. A immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2f) cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIaud and Ties of all kinds.
Jffif Sec our White 1'. K. Scarfs that we arc selling 2 for 2 ft cents;
also, our Marseilles ScarTs, 3 for 81, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Yalises of all kinds.
104 Fort Street,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
IO Fort Street.
Cay- On and after thu 1st day of April, we Intend to do a .strictly CASH husl
ncns. All outstanding bills wu Uh paid befoio that datu.
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloyes, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Lices, Ribbons,
Notions, Silks, Satins, Sitrrah-., Wool Dies GnoiU. Cotton, Slieolings,
Linens, Curtabih, Pottlerus, lied spreads, Kug, Hoys' and Gout's
Clothing, llutn, (atriiw and felt) ; Caps, Tiunks. Hags,
Valh-e-, I'ollars, Cuffs, hhlils, I'tiderivear, Etc.
tSy Call and wo for your.-ulf tho liberal dlbcounts wu are offering for CASH, -ijjiii
HOLLISTER & CO,
lOO lort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
" PUotog'niphio SsJiappliow,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AOBNTS FOR THE LEADING
qtni:v goods y EVERY STEAMEU.-a
J. A,lLf!WKV fsS
rr ?w .mmspsyz
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