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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1892.
sclir Robert Lowers, Goodman,
174 days trotn sail Francisco
Stmr.I A (juiiiminsfroin Koolau
Schr Ktihiiimmi Iroin Kohula
Sohr Mary E Foster from Lysan Tsland
bleep Kalulani from Pearl City
Scltr Mille Mori Is for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am hk Sonoma, Lee, for Sau Frau-
Stmr Kiuau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
For Pen Francisco, per bktne S N
. Cusllo. May '2oR 15 hergerson, TS
Soiithwiek, H Liige. Sirs J P Asliforth.
Mrs Mav, Jlrs J W ilclioii:ilu, Jiirs l.oi-
lin, L McGrcw,
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliei, Mori, fiom Japan
.It M S S31ariiK.i, Uaywaid, from San
Francisco, June 3
Am ship l'actolus, lteadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Mimaiia, Thomas, from New
castle, N S V
iGcrbk.ru Pllnger, from Bremen, July
iGcrhk J C Glade, from Llveipool, Juno
,Haw bk Fooling- Suey, from Boston,
iHaw ship Helen Biewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Hnvtiiien, Evangen, from New
ca'tle, N S W
.Am bk Alaigaiet fiom Newcastle, NSW
J3ntbk Veiitas fiom Newcastle, NSW
Bk iieta from Newcastle, NSW
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S 8 San Fiancisco, Jear-Admiral
Blown. 1 1 oin San Dlfgo
' Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from honth ."-ea Islands
Am ship J U Potter, Meyer, from New
Am 5-m schr Louis, llatcb, from New
castle. N S W
Am 4-mstd scbr Canier Dove, Uranilt,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bKtne Forest Queen, Nelson, from
Am bk Elsiuoie, Pet kins, from New
castle, N S W
Br ship Benmore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nor bk Poscidou, Bjnrnsou, from New
castle, N S W
Am 4-masted bktuo ChaiU'S F Ciocker,
Lund, fiom wdnoy, N S W
Brit bK Velocity iioni Hongkong
The steamer Kliinu will leave to-mor-iow
for .Vaul and Hawaii at 2 p. m.
The bark Forest Queen is still taking
in sugar at. W S S Co's wharf.
The bark Sonoma will leave to-rnor-row
for Sun Fialiclsco with a cargo of
sugar in tlio ucighbuihnod of 30,000
'I lie bark Poseidon is taking In bal
last at the Claudiue'g wliaif,
Tlio schooner itobw t Lowers, Captain
Goodman, arrived this morning from
Sau Francisco, and docked at the P M b
fi wharf. Ilercaigo consists of BOO l8
llour, 10 kegs anil 15 cans gunpowder,
13 cs doors," 30 cs sash, 35 cs windows, 1
bx oil painting, 330 bbls hum, 55.000 red
bricks, consigned to II llackfeld & Co,
EO Hull & Son and Lowers & Cooke.
Hie eucouiitercd fair weather and was
17,56 di'8 coining down.
GRAM BERG At Kiullu, Kauai, May
2Ht, to the wife of Mr. Grambeig, a
SOHUMAN-OAKROLL-On the 25th
Inst , by tliu Rl Rev. Father Leonor,
Gustavo Adnlph r-ehuniun to Mry
Anne, i-hlet-t daughter ot James &,
Curroll. Esq., i Honolulu.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo iu the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., suys while he
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a littlu
gill came in with an einply bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
buiil: "Mamiiin wauls another bot
tle of lhal medicine; she says it ie
tlio beet nicdiciniilor rheuimilibiii she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for salo
by ajl dealers, Uenson, Hiuilh &Co,,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Slvkhat. of tlio defendants, for
tienson me incro hoys,
The Muslu Conceit. Co. at the
Opera House this ovening.
The church association of St. An
drew's Cathedral will meet thi even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Many country member of the
Legislature watched tho treason pro
ceedings in court this morning.
MH8. J. W. M.icdoii'ild left for the
Coast on the baikentino 8. N. Castle
yudlurdny fur 'In-benefit of her health.
Thk party arrested for treason were
enjoying themselves playing "pedio"
this afternoon. "Aolopilikia" iawhat
The cmiro of the British b.uk Ve
locity from Hongkong is under sur
veillance of the eagle eyes of the Cus
Only one case of drunkenness ap
pealed on the Police Court cclendar
this morning He was reprimanded
No judgment was given in this a
sumpsit suits, against Geo Ross, up re
ported the other day, it having been
leserved until to-morrow.
LlEUTKNANT Kllllllll of tile HuU-'e-
hold Utninls was uuiled in marriage
to-day to Mih. Kahinmku at tho
Itoiniui Catholic Cathcdial
The Crescent and Hawaii base ball
teams will meet on tho diamond for
the second time on Saturday. An in
teresting game is anticipated.
A diving contest will take place be
tween Peiehu, the famous Hawaiian
diver, and Prof. Beach, tho mun-iish,
at Pearl City on Saturday. Particu
lars will be given later.
Ten kegs and 15 cans of gunpow
der were among the cargo of the
schooner lfobert Lewers from San
Francisro, T)je powder w.is shipped
by the California Powder Works, con
signed to E. O. Hull & Son.
Mas. Barllctt's pel dog was poison
ed on Tuefday night by some mali
cious person The dog was a favorite
with everyone on Garden lane. Two
other pet poodles in the same lane
were also poisoned the same night.
Mil. H. G. Treadwav, tax collector-in-chief
for Maui, had a narrow escape
yesterday. He was driving in a hack,
when the nit proko and the horse ran
away. Mr. Treaijway and the driver
jumped out, landing without hurt,
and the hack came to wriHifcon a post
Gustav A. Schuman and Mary
Anne Carroll were married yesterday
at tho Roman Catholic Cuthedral by
the Rev. Father Leonor. The bride ib
the daughter of James F. Carroll and
an estimable young lady, while the
groom is well known as an upright
A platoon of young native guitar
players, followed by two ranks of
other young Hawaiian, marched into
town from Palama, with music and
hilarity, at 9:30 last night. They
seemed to be mimicking the "overt
act" that the Advertiser is bo anxious
to have revi-.iled.
The funeral of the late Samuel
Mahelona will take place this after
noon from the residence on King
street, to Kawaiahao church, where
the burial service will be conducted
at 4 o'clock by the Rev. H. H. Parker.
The interment will be in the family
tomb, Kawaiahao Cemetery.
A cAr.AitA.su made of keu wood is
on exhibition in a window of the
Golden Rule Bazaar. It iu six feet
two. inches in circumference and
seventeen inches iu depth. Tho size
of this receptacle indicates the enor
mous size of the trunk of the tree,
seeing that it is all one piece.
The bidew.ilks along Merchant street
were crowded this morning to witness
the "ireaeon prisoners" as they were
taken from the Police Station. Dep
uty Marshal J. A. Mehrten rode with
Hon. J. W. Bipikune and Marshal
Wilson with Hon. R. W. Wilcox and
Col. V. V. Ashford in carriages. The
robl, guarded by a squad of police of
Prof. Marcuse entertained a few
Waikiki neighbors to the obserya
tory, together with a few friends
from town, last night with views of
Saturn, Venus, star clusters and
double stars, both in a large tele
scope outside and the zenith tele
scope inside. All were delighted
with the privilege so rare. The pro
fessor dismounts his zenith telescope
to-day to be packed for taking to
Germany with him by the next
fitcittner, his work here having been
brounht to a satisfactory termination.
Prof. Murcuse has made friends of
all he has met during his year's stay,
and he will be much missed after
departure. His contributions as a
musician to amateur concerts will
long he remembered with pleasure
by musicians and lovers of music
ON THE WODEHOUSE COURT.
The tennis tournament for ladies,
singles reported yesterday on the
Wodehouse com t commenced ut 4 :!)()
o'clock in the afternoon with the
Miss Bella Woods defeated Miss
Alvuie Wideuiuun ; Miss May Atkin
son defeated Miss Edith Mist; Miss
Ethel Wodehouse defeated Miss Lani
Tho afternoon was a delightful one
and tho court was in excellent con
dition, Mr. A. L. U. Atkinson oil)
dated as referee to the satisfaction
of the participants. The yard was
nicely decorated for the occasion.
The tournament will be continued
this afternoon, the winners iu yester
day's games contesting each other's
supieinacy. The Ural prize will be
to the final winner. The games pro
mise to be exciting,
Hearing of the Gases Opened
Cefore Judge Dole,
Adjoined Till Honda? With a
At 10 o'clock tlits morning the
prisoners charged with treason wero
produced before Judge Dole of the
Supreme Court, sitting as a commit
ting magistrate. The upstairs room
where the Court sat was crowded, as
were all its approaches. In the
throug were observed many promi
nent citizens, together with Major
Wodehouse, British Commissioner,
and Mons. Vizznvona, acting Com
missioner for France.
Msssrs. V. V. Ashford and R. W.
Wilcox occupied chairs facing the
bench, while tho other defendants
were seated in several lows in the
corner to the Judge's right. Hon.
C. W. Ashford was one of a numer
ous representation of lawyers who
were spectators of the proceedings.
Mr. J M. Davidson came in as coun
sel for the defense with Messrs. Hart
well and W. It. Castle.
Deputy Attorney-General Charles
Creighton read the charge as fol
lows: "Said defendants V. V. Ashford,
Robert W. Wilcox, George Markhani,
Kaohiwaena, Ualoka, Kahaluiwai,
John Brown, Manuel Ross, Jr.,
George Maxwell, Robert Palau, Ka
uniinoku, Jim Crow, Alex. Smith,
Manuel Espinda, Kila, Lot Lane, J.
W. Hipikane and Keliikuewa, beinjj
inhabitants of and residents within
the Kingdom of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, and under the protection
of the laws of the said Kingdom,
and owing allegiance to the
Kingdom of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, not weighing the duty of their
said allegiance, but in contravention
of the laws and in opposition to the
uulhority of the Queen's Govern
ment and wickedly devising and in
tending to disturb the public tran
quillity of the said Kingdom, did un
lawfully, falsely, maliciously and
traitorously compass, imagine, plot,
attempt and intend to raise and levy
war, insurrection and rebellion
against the Queen's Government, and
to dethrone and destroy Her Majesty
the Queen, and in order to fill til and
bring into effect the said traitorous
compassings, imaginations and inten
tions of them, the said V. V. Ash
ford, Robert W. Wilcox, George
Markham, Kaohiwaena, Baloka, Ka
hahawai, John Brown, Manuel Ross,
Jr., George Maxwell, Robeit Palau,
Kaimimoku, Jim Crow, Alex. Smith,
Manuel Espinda, Kila, Lot Lane, J.
W. Bipikanc and Keliikuewa, did,
with divers other persons also owing
allegiance to the said Kingdom, un
lawfully, maliciously and traitorously
as&emble and gather together on the
10th day of April, 1892. and on
divers days thereafter up to and in
cluding the ICth day of May, 1802,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and
then and there so plot and attempt
as aforesaid contrary to the duty of
allegiance of the said V. V. Ashford.
Robert W. Wilcox, George Mark-
ham, Kaohiwaena, Baloka, Kahaha
wai, John Brown, Manuel Ross, Jr.,
George Maxwell, Robert Palau, Ka
imimoku, Jim Crow, Alex. Smith,
Manuel Espinda, Kila, Lot Lane, J.
W. Bipikane and Keliikuewa, and
against the statute in sucli case made
Mr. A. S. Hartwell asked if tho
word "imaginatiqns' in the charge
was not a mistake for "imaginings."
Mr, Creighton replied that it was
not "imaginations" was the word
Intepreter W. L. Wilcox read the
charge iu Hawaiian.
Mr. Hartwell entered a demurrer
to the charce, on behalf of V. V.
Ashford, setting forth:
"1. That there is no sulllcient
averment in said charge of any act
or acts constituting the offense of
treason as denned by the statutes of
the Hawaiian Islands.
"2. That the said charge avers or
sets forth no overt act constituting
tlio offense of treason as defined by
the statutes of the Hawaiian Islands,
"3. That the said charge avers or
sets foitli no act or acts done by this
defendant toward committing or in
part execution of any intent to com
mit the said offense of treason or any
offense, or which constitute an at
tempt to commit the said offciibe of
treason or any offense,
"4. That the said charge purports
to present two distinct felonious of
fenses, iu averring that this defend
ant did 'attempt to levy war agaiust
the Queen's Government,' and did
'plot faudl attempt to dethrone and
destroy Her Majesty the Queen.'
"5. That the said charge is insuf
ficient, uncertain and vague, and
sets forth no criminal act in so far
as it specifies and avers that this
defendant did compass, imagine or
intend to levy war or dethrone or
destroy the Queen, or that this de
fendant, iu order to fullll and bring
into effect sucli compassing, imagin
ations or intention, did assemble or
gather together with others or did
then and there so plot or attempt as
iu said charge averred.
"0. That in said charge no act or
deed which is therein set forth, aver
red or charged to have been done hy
this defendant, is sot out or described
with singleness or certainty, but that
as to every averment therein contain
ed the allegations me double, inform
al, aud otherwise defective.
"7, That the d'Alit charge litnpotts
to specify" and pttiscnt an offense as
having been committed by this de
fendant other than the offence of
treuon for which alone tliiw defend
ant was arrested and hold to answer.
"8. Wherefore this defendant
prays judgment that the charge here
in filed aiid presented ss ntoresiiid
be dismissed, and that he he hence
dischnrged without day."
Mr. Davidson read a similar de
murrer in behalf of Uobt. V. Wil
cox. Mr. Hartwell announced that de
murrers of the sumo tenor had been
prepared Iu behalf of the other de
fendants. The reading of the de
murrer in the remaining cases was
waived bj consent.
Mr. Creighton submitted that as
tho Court was sitting as a commit
ting magistrate, simply, a demuirer
was out of order. It was the same
as if the defendants were charged in
the Police Court.
Mr. Hartwell argued, contrary, urg
ing that the gravity of the case, to
gether with tho co'mpclenco of a Su
premo Court Justice to entertain sucli
a demurter, made it desirable that
the Court should decide on the de
murrer. This country was an excep
tion to all countries under English
law, in having no grand jury to de
cide on the suflicieucy of an indict
meut. Mr. Creighton replied briefly, hold
ing that, Tf the prosecution chose, it
might have presented a verbal charge.
The Court did hot consider it was
competent for it to adjudicate on the
suflicieucy or otherwise of the charge.
Its jurisdiction here was to decide
whether defendants should be com
mitted for trial to a jury on the
Mr. Hartwell moved that the Court
reserve the point of its competency
to decide the demurrer for the full
Attornej'-Geucral Whiting opposed
the motion, claiming the only matter
for the Court to decide was whether
defendants should be committed for
His Honor could not see that he
had the right, as a committing magis
trate, to reserve a question for the
full bench. He would, however, hear
argument on the demurrer.
Mr. Hartwell proceeded to argue
for the demurrer and discharge of
the defendants. He quoted authori
ties to show that an overt act is ne
cessary to constitute the offense of
treason. No amount of conspiring
or plotting would make treason, there
must be actual war made against the
sovereign or government. He quoted
the law against unlawful conspiracy
for which the penalty is ten years'
The Court asked ir this was not a
point to be brought up at the trial.
Mr. Hartwell replied that defend
ants had a right to have the charge
specified to them, as treason was not
bailable, while conspiracy to commit
treason was, and the penalty of one
was death, while that of the other
was ten years' imprisonment. The
Government avers all it can find
against the prisouers, aud he submit
ted that the charge as presented does
not show treason. The offenses
charged did not constitute treason
here or in the United Slates, and
only did so in England under
a special statute he had quoted.
There was no constructive treason in
this country, where no criminal con
viction could be had at common law.
The charge must not only specify
the statutory offense, but it must
specify the overt act making treason.
This chaige said they plotted and
iu pursuance of their plotting did as
semble to plot. If that was not rea
soning iu a circle lie did not know
what was. It ended where it started.
They plotted and they plotted! The
only overt act alleged is that they
assembled to plot in pursuance of
their plotting. If it was alleged that
they levied war it would have to be
shown that they employed forces. It
was not enough to charge them with
having attempted to commit this great
ciime, as the Court had decided iu
the case of Ho Fon, in the 1880 matter.
These defendants could not be held
for trial on any other charge than
that of treason for which they were
The Court asked if counsel was to
be understood as saying that plotting
was one offense and levying war
Mr. Hartwell replied he meant
nothing of the kind. Plotting to
destroy the Queen was treason and
levying war was treason, but at
tempting to commit treason was not
treason. There was no law iu this
country making mere words treason.
He quoted I udge Story's views on trea
son in which it wai held that even a
charge of treason was so opprobrious
as to make its subject distrusted and
hated. In icply to the Court, couu
sel explained that what he had held,
iu previous observations, was that an
attempt to dethrone the sovereign
was treason, but an attempt to levy
war was nut treason. Mr. Hartwell
iu clostug referred agaiu to the ab
sence of the safeguard against popu
lar passions of a grand jury such as
other countries have, and suid that
when offered a retainer in tins case
his selfishness made him feel reluct
ant to accept it, knowing the feelings
hold in tho community toward tho
Mr. Creighton would reply in a
few words, Ho pointed out that the
chaige did allege an attempt to de
thioiio the sovereign. Everything
opposing counsel claimed as to trea
bou iu the United States he admitted.
Plotting involved secret meetings
and at this stage it was not necessary
to state what overt act had been
committed. It was for the Court to
decide after hearing tho cvidenco
whether the defendants should bo
committed for trial by a jury, Ho
submitted that tho deuuiircra should
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.o .l1i tg-7
Mi, tlnrtttcll replied, urging that
act3 and not woids are iieeessaf.yto
constitute lieason. The ptocuriug
of anus to luty war would be mi
Mr. 'Jreiihton maintained that as
the statutes held plotting to be one
kind of treas'in, there could not as
regarded lhal kind of treason ho any
ovcit act. In the United States the
i eei uiting of soldiers or sailors to
make war against the government
mii not treason but there must be
an ruled for o iu the field to make
war. Tli-refoie. the decisions quoted
by counsel were not applicable to the
ciime in our statutes.
Mr. llurlwrll claimed that the
Deputy Attorney-General had ad
mitted the con! cut ion of the defense
in his statement I hat there could not
be an overt act in plotting.
Mr. Cieigbloii retorted that his
meaning was the plotting was an
overt act it si II.
Ills Honor asked Mr. Hartwell
when he expected to have his brief
ready, to which counsel answered he
would like to have it by to-morrow
Mr. Creighton remarked that the
prosecution regretted if the demurrer
could not be decided now, as they
weie prepared to go on with the
The Court at 11 :50 adjourned the
hearing until 10 o'clock Monday
O. J. McC A ni
si i eel foi ale.
IV ha lots mi
the.iter lu.-t night.
iu the Chinese
An I it biuving iis-u Giieuuiber Skin
Ionic. Bei'iMin, Smith it Co., Agculr-.
Huaii, '.i p. m Weathrr
rainy ; wind fic-h nm ih
SiiNimiiN lelicved "at
cumber 'I onic. lleiiMiu,
once by On
Native Fans and Cuiio- iu gieat
v.uieiv al the "Elite'' fee Oi mi
P.irloib. ! I in
Tin: Brutir-wiok billiard p.ulors aie
the most elegant plcaMiiu rcMirt iu
"Whkiik shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, Mime old place, the
Biunswiok." (i If
Mn. Bipikane bowed ectcuely to the
crowd when being led out of the Sta
tion this morning.
A BLACK borne with a short tail has
been lobt by Capt. Mclntyru, who will
pay a icward for its return.
Hustace it Co. deal in wood and
coal, white aud black sand, at the
lowest market rates for cash.
Ehesii rolls aud doughnuts and a
lino cup of coffee you can get evoiy
morning at -the "Elite" Ico Cieum
Dixicioijk colieo and choeolato will
be borvod every morning curly at the
Palace Ice Cieum Ptuloib, Ludwigten,
A Cion. Hole! street. 1-tf
Orkat bargains with prices quoted
are oll'ered by B F. Elders it Co. in
dry and fancy goods, with gentle
men's shirts and underwear at cobt.
Gi:t youi uoots aud shoes niiide
and repaired by tho old W.iiluku
bboemakcr, L. Toi:nnikh, on East
Hotel stiect. FiiM-cl.ibb woik, low
prices. -J -tl
A notice appears from E. HoiT
schlaeger & Co., as asbignecs of Sang
Yuen & Co., culling for claims agaiiiht,
mid requiring immediate payment ol
debts due the estate.
Dun.s.SMAKiNO, Gutting and Fitting
done ut ladies' hou.-cs. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 7!! Beie
tiiuia btieet, oi Mutual telephone (i00,
befoie 8 a. in. or fcIiO p, in. 8-,'Sm
Ir advertising didn't pay you
wouldn't sec the oldest advertisers
sticking to it through thick and thin.
It is the young huincr-s men who are
licklo with printer's ink and spasmod
ic iu its employment. These will be
come as steady advertisers as the older
ones after going a term to the school
Tiieo. II. 1)avii:k & ro. have l.itely
built a new store on Kauhumauu
street, in which l hoy have opened a
salesroom for china, glass and furni
ture. They have there displayed a
largo assortment nl new goods n
liik lib til huh uuun i -
eel veil by tl
lines of which
When in need of SOAP
that you will bo heller
suited every way by go
ing to n btoru that keeps
assortment of the article rc-
behove it may in- i
you to know that j
stole is that place, j
week wo call your j
ut lent ion
to a now soap iu this mar- !
kct. As tho manufacluiors luivo not
been iu biibiuesb for centuries they
uiu muni; iu -jWtliCJf
for less inn
ceivo t Ii o
i i,i tinf.V
ill' limit win
and you ru
Jui. S, Ivirk it Co. aro bl riving to
make us good an article as tho other
soap makers and tf'wyi thoi
Hhandon Bell. IVISkUX bo.411
equal to tho best. riga
ThobO cuts do r" -"'"y not re
present the si.o ot tho cukes, but tho
dilloroiu'o is in tho price.
Tho btoru that bells tho
best feoda will soil tho most
soap. You aro a judgo of
(DiirrN hath 1
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
C'oruor .ITox-t; Ac j.tliitf festruolu.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
iSs)l I k r
UNION MILL CO.
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
AND THERE SHOULD
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LUSTLR & CO .
Agents for the H.iwaiian I-l.iuiU.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
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WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Redaction in School Hats
ar FOR I WEEK ONLY "a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS F03 25 CTS.
CONS'I ITUiTNG T1U5 "PIONEEK ' PLANT, ESTABLISHED OX
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
. Furailup Cabinet Mm
Holiness In Honolulu aro still extant, and the hii-lnc-. Us originator and
picscnt propih'tor heio to stay, llavitu purehied the eiinro iiuoioit of
the late linn of II. II. Williams it Co., compiLiIng the Logout stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever Iu Honolulu; prlnclpilly sulectcil hy II. 11. Williams durlnir hi- laiotlueo
mouths' vUit to the Coast, I now offer this. Mock and fiiiuie addition for
CASH at prices much less than h"ictoforc charged.
tfflf" Th" undersigned lu le-iiunhig his old place and business w-'iild icspcct
fully lender hi- giatetnl thank for iho liberal p.itionnge. of old friends of this
and neigliboilug Island, ami hopes to meilt a contliumuco of their f.ivors while
soliciting a share fiom new filmids; and again offeis bU service in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced aud Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
rvLtling of Superior Qjalily-Furnished and Luid by Competent Vlen !
Cr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "&.
We Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at (Seduced Pricos !
Swisses, Scoleh (illiniums, French Sateens, Whn lnv Ci'iuds, checked
aud stuped; BEDFORD CORD, latisl style; Kiuud Lawns, Etc.
Ladies' Underwear, Corset Waist for Ladies A Children ; Corset (Cooloi) very
nice for this climate; Embroidery and Laces,
Boy'u Clothing, Trunks & ViUiBos.Hats.Pitrasols, Hosiery, Etc.
This is the time when new land is
prepared for planting. If yoli don't
want n repetition of last year's dis
comforts cast aside the old plow
aud get the
HENDBY BREAKER I
They arc in successful use on the
WmIMANALO SUGAR CO.,
PIONEER SUGAR MILL CO,
Bt ONE ON YOURS!
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