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Leavo Honolulu i:'20
Arrive Pnarl City 5:58$
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Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
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SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1892.
It M S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San
S S Oolhna, Austin, from Sail Francisco
Sunr Watmaiialu from Molokai and
Stuir Mokolii from Molokai and Maui
Sttur Kiuau from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Kuala IromKllaucaaud llanalei
It M B S Mariposa, Hayward, for amoa
ii ml the Colonies at 10 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
USS Thetis, Better, for San Fraueisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
P M S S Colima, Austin, for San Fran
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai and Maui at 5
Stmr C K Bishop for Waiauae, Waialua
and Kahiikit at !) a m
Schr Kauikeaoull for Kohala and I'oho-
Stinr .las Makec for Kauai nt 4 p in
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmt-J A Cummins 1200 bags sugar
Stmr " aialealo 302 bugs sugar
Scbr Kaulkeaouli lf00 bag sugar
Stmr Kiuau 4342 bags sugar. 210 bags
potatoes, 58 bugs coru, 33 pkgs hides,
2 horses, 175 pkgs sundiics
Stmr Mokolii 12 bead cattle, 10 calves,
17 pigs. 4G bags taro
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
gali. June 4 Miss II S Kinney, A C
Iioveklu, Sam Louissou, Dr Andrews. J
Bolimibt'i'g, Dr .1 V Wiuter, K P Me
Geeney, Hon It R Hind, K Podeyn, v y
Horner jr. C U fisher. Max Schlcmmrr,
C J Falk, Mrs J P Parker anil seivaut,
Mrs ltlekard and sister. Mis L A Like,
MrsMuiques, Mis-" It Kauiuau, Miss M
von Holt, A Iiubt'i', Mrs O L Wight, 2
children and maid, G Apu, Itev 8 L De
sba, Kev K K Baptihte, ltev W K Kemau.
Itev L K Kalawe, Kev M C Kealoha, Rev
J Kalino, Itev S W Kekucwa. Itev A Pall,
Kev J K Iliohio, Rev S K Kamahlki ami
From Molokai and T.anai, per stmr
Molokai, Juno 4 David Dayton, Dr Oliver.-Mr
Mac.'arloue and 15 deck.
From Sau Francisco, per It M SS Mar
posa, Juno 4 Miss uidrews, Miss Annie
E Abeli, 11 C Hartley, M Hyman, Win G
Johnston, Miss Johnston, Miss Jewett,
Mrs Lowell and child, Miss L J Martin,
ER Milis. Miss Anita A Palmer. J It
Robbius, Mrs Henry Schollhurn and 4
chlidien, Miss Mott-Smiih, Hon L A
Thurston, O A Watson, Geo Wolde and
1G steerage. In transit for Aucklaud:
W (' Buchanan, L L .More and wife, Capt
, John J Milbank, P W Shakejpear. lu
transit for Sydney: Miss Curie, W P
Douglas, F Dochllug, Dau'l Earl, E F
Farriugton, R Grice, wife. 2 children
and nurse, J G Gotch, Mrs J Howard,
Win H Libby, Kobt Moorchead, Johu
Mulcahy, W II Plther, .1 S Rice, Miss Li
da Scliell, Mrs Stilwell. S Stilwell, J S
Wood oy and wife and 25 steerage.
For. the Colonics, per R M S S Mari
posa, June 4 J G M Appleton, wife aud
child, Ovlde MuMn aud wife, A Klley
and vtlfe, Ed Scliarf, Rev J Wolllnden,
Prof Marcuse and 1 steerage.
SHIPPING NOTES. "
The R M S S Monowai took thn fol
lowing ft eight from this port to Sau
Francisco: W G Irwin & ( o, 23U0 bags
sugar; Bishop & Co, 8100,000 in gold
coin; !'30 bunches bauauiis, 228 p.iekagcs
pineapples, 1C0 hides ami 18 packages
liults. Domestic valui-, $'J,!77.03
The Brit balk VelocHy is takiug lu
ballast nuar the Flshmaiket whaif.
Arrived Juuo 2, stmr Kiuau fioin IIIlo
and way poi ts.
SailedJune 1, Am schrEva, I. Mulle
masur, for San Francisco,. Cargo, 7215
bags sugar, 804 ,705 lbs; value, 822,000.87.
Hlilppcis: J T Watei house, 2220 bags
biigar; T II Davles & Co, 41)05 bags su
gar. June 3, btmr Kiuau fur Honolulu.
Arrived May 30, Am bk Harvester,
Capt. Rock, 15 days from Sun Francisco
Paboengeis: MUa Rock, MUs t urlls.
She biingn a cargo of general ineichau
dlse. BAND CONCERT.
The Hoyut Hawaiian Military Uanil
under thu Icadcibhip of Piolessor II.
Burger will jiive a udncurt ut ICmnia
Squuru this afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock.
The following Ih tho proginmi
March Crown I'llnce. ...... ......Krai
Ovcrlui o- Peter M'hiiitdl. . ....... Weber
Ginutlo-Rhino Sounds,. Latumi
Hch'olloii Rosa of Cualllli ....Ilulfe
Festival Mulch Twenty YeuM...IIcigor
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dujionii Head, 12 ni. Weather
lutiily; wind, frcidi norUii'iit.
Tiik tli cLloti liy Jndgo Dolt In the
treaeon cusch In expected nn Monday
Tun Y.M.C. Ulurwill meol to
morrow afternoon nl 1 o'clock At the
Tiin It. M. S. S. Mariposa will rc
ittnnu lior voyage to Uio Colonics at
10 o'clock this evotiing.
Mihh Aniln A. Palmer and Miss
Anna E. Aboil, two missionarieB for
Microm-rda, arrived liy thu Mariposa.
Tub Austrian warship Pabana left
Han Francisco for this port on May
21st, and may lie looked for any day.
RTiik score in the baseball game this
ufturnoon between the Crcsceutx and
ICatnchamehiiB stood 2 to 1 in favor of
the former at 4:25.
Hon. L. A. Thuretuu was a passen
ger by the It. M. S. Mariposa to-day.
Mr. Thurston looks well and seems to
h.vve profited by ihe trip.
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society, for tin- reading of the annual
repoils, will beheld this evuniug tit
the Cential Union Church at 7:30
PtmsEti I'hos. Smith of the It. M. S.
3. Mariposa has the llinuks of the
Bulletin foruewA favors. Mr. Smith
has alway been an obliging oll'icur,
not only to newspaper men, but alto
The town was generally fooled this
morning by the liret telephoned Mari
posa's proving to bo the Colima.
Within two hours aftor tho arrival of
the Colima, however, the Mariposa in
reality was announced.
Captain Christiansen of the brig J.
D. Sprcckels rcpoitcd on his last trip
to San Francisco that on December
IG, 1801, a lifebuoy, marked "Bark
McNear," drifted into the harbor of
Kahului, Hawaiian Islands.
Among tho through passengers on
the Mariposa is Mr. John Mulcahy,
of New Orleans, U. S. A., who is going
to Melbourne on a visit to his well-to-do
brother whom he has not seen for
years, and believed dead until lately
On board the steamer Mariposa is
Vr. E. F. Farriugton, the veteran
engineer, who planned and superin
tended the building of the East River
Bridge in New York. Mr. Farrington
will strive to solve the problem of
bridging tho Yarra Yarra at Mel
bourne. As the stoamer Colima did the
passage hither in seven and a half
days, the mail will be despatched by
the Colima on Monday evening in
stead of the Thetis on Sunday morn
ing. Letters marked for the Thetis,
however, and posted thiB evening will
probably be sent by her.
C. J. McCarthy has
street for t-ale.
Don't miss tho
Temple of Fashion.
bargains at the
The North Hilo election will
place on Thursday, June 30, h.
A Postal Money Order for $10 lias
boon lort, and payment stopped.
C. J. McCarthy, Secretary of tho
Legislatute, has a notice in this issue.
Akteh bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benwm, Smith & Co., Agents.
L. J. Levey will hold an assignee's
sale of general merchandise on Thurs
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
tho most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall I see you thin even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
The S. S. Colima will leave for San
Francisco on Monday. H. Hackfuld
&, Co. nro the agents.
The Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will hold its monthly
meeting on Monday evening.
Deliciouh coti'ce and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlorb, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Drebpmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tania stieet, or Mutual telephone 090,
before 8 a. m. or 5 :30 p. m. 8-3 m
Mibb Mary Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egan &, Guiin, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate r.itfs. Graduate of lleald'e
Business College, San Francisco.
Oliico with C. J. McCaithy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-1 m
ARREST FOR EMBEZZLEMENT.
Mr. Henry F. Poor was this morn
ing arrested, at the instance of the
Attorney-General, on a charjje of
embezzlement. As his bail bond is
fixed at 815,000 it is presumed that
the amount of the alleged embezzle
ment approximates that figure. 0(11
cials are reticent about the matter,
hut, so far as can be gathered, tho
prisoner's offense, if committed, in
volves a combination of both public
and private malfeasance while he oc
cupied the position of Postal Savings
Bunk clerk two or three years ago.
Popular judgment will appropriately
be suspended until the matter Is In
BOOMING PEARL CITY.
Mr. B. T. White, who formerly
drove a 'bus between town and Pa
lama, was arrested yesterday on a
charge of Intending to commit an
offense with violence on the person
of Mr, II. G, Crabbe at Pearl City.
Mr. White will appear for trial in the
Police Court on Monday lo answer
to Hie charge, What's the matter
with the Police Court at Ewu?
Satuiidav, June 4.
Mo I'll I u ir Npkm'iiii.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock,
the President, Noblo J. S Walker,
in the elialr. Prayer by the Chap,
lain, after which the minutes wore
read in English and Hawaiian by the
Secretary and the Interpreter. On
motion they were approved as read.
Rep. Nawalil presented the follow
ing petitions: (1) that the law relat
ing to compulsory vaccination ho re
pealed, (2) that the law relating to
the segtegatiou of lepers bo repeal
ed. Both petitions were laid on the
table to be considered with bills on
the subjects ; (3) that the property
qualifications of voters for Noble bo
removed. To Judiciary Committee.
(4) That persons alllictcd with lep
iosv, or suspected, be treated medi
cally for one or two years before be
ing sent to the Leper Settlement. To
Sanitary Committee. (5) That the
sum of 8 10,000 be inserted in Appro
priation Bill for the purpose of im
proving roads in Puna. Laid on
table to be considered with the Ap
Reports of Standing committees be
ing in order,Noble Williams from the
Printing (Joniunttee reported the
Appropriation Bill and Bills Nos 11,
12 and 13 printed and ready for dis
tribution. Noble Walbridge from the Enroll
ment Committee reported Bill No. 2
engrossed and in the hands of the
From Select Committees, the Min
ister of the Interior reported on a
petitiou relative lo a claim of 8300
for road damages, from a resident of
Kona, and the committee asked for
further time, which was granted.
Rep. Kapauu offered a resolution
to the effect that a select committee
of three be appointed to examine into
the transactions in opium in the Ha
waiian Customs Department. An
examination by him of the report of
the Collector-General had failed to
present a single grain of opium.
Rep. Ashford was in favor of the
resolution, but amended to make the
number of the committee Ave. He
said that he had received creditable
information that on a late occasion
an offer of $2.50 per tin for a lot to
be sold was ignored and the price of
$1.50 received. He had information
from one olllcer who had turned in
over 1400 tins that the said officer
was unable to receive either a state
ment or cash for his share in the
transactions. After some little
further argument the resolution as
amended was adopted and the Presi
dent appointed Reps. Kapahu, Wai
puilani and Ashford, and Nobles
Marsden and Walbridge, as members
of said committee.
Minister Widemann read for the
first lime a bill relating to the Hawai
ian Postal Savings Bank. He also
gave notice of a bill to amend Chap.
24 of the Session Laws of 1878 re
lating to duties on merchandise.
Rep. Kanealii offered a resolution
that the sum of 85000 be inserted in
the Apptopriatian Bill for the con
struction of a road from Mukaweili
to Kahului on the Island of Maui.
To be considered with Appropriation
Rep. Karaauoha gave notice of bill
to amend Section 57 of the Civil
Code relating to store licenses. The
same member offered u resolution
that Minister Parker as a member of
the Board of Health notify the Presi
dent and other members of the Board
of Health that it was the opinion of
the House that all of the leper sus
be kept pects at the Receivign Station
at Kalihi until after the passage of
the Appropiialion Bill and that Mr.
W. Lowell be allowed access and at
tempt to cure the people without
hindrance from the Board, and that
he report his success in one month.
After a lengthy debate partaken in
by Reps. Nawahi, White, Smith, No
bles Neumann, Ena and Minister
Parker, the resolution was referred
to the Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Smith gave notice of a bill to
provide for the codification of the
peual laws of the Kingdom.
Rep. Kapahu gave notice of bill to
amend Sec. 1035 of the Civil Code
relating to executions and proceed
ings therein. Also read for the first
time a bill relating to the licensing
of tailor shops.
Rep. Aki gave notice of a bill to
repeal Chapter 57 of the Penal Code
relative to the law to mitigate the
evils, etc., arising from prostitution.
Rep. While offered a resolution
that tho sum of 815,000 be appro
priated to construct a road from La
haina to Maalaea Bay, Laid on table
for Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Waipuilaul offered a resolu
tion that the Appropriation Bill bo
made the Order of the Day for Mon
days, Wednesdays aud Fiidays.
Noble Macfarlaue gave notice of
bill lo reenact the law relutive to tho
settlement of boundaries.
Minister Parker asked lor and was
gi anted further time in which to
answer Hie questions of Rep. Bush in
re thu status of the Government aud
Hie American Minister.
Noble Neumann caused a ripple of
laughter to pervade the Assembly by
an undisguised willingness to giant
the Minister "two months" of time
in which to pioducu the answer.
Rep. Kamauohu guve notice of hill
to repeul thu Iloud Board Act.
On motion the order of the day
was taken up, and bill No, 2, relat
ing lo the appropriation of 825,000
for expenses of the Legislature of
18U2, passed its third leading.
At 11:55 the House adjourned
BENEFIT TO BERCER.
MnicnlnrcMt I'npnlnr Ovn Inn In
r.vriylinitj I'rli utt.
The testimonial concert in honor
of Professor Bcrgcr, on llic occasion
of the twentieth anniversary both of
his resilience in Honolulu and his
leadership of the Royal Hawaiian
Band, drew tho whole towu together
Thursday evening, Jtinu 2, at the
Ilnwalinn Opera House. All the fixed
scats downstairs had been reserved
nearly thirty-six hours in advance,
and rows of chairs to the full extent
of the law and n little beyond were
swiftly taken. "Standing room
only" was the legend that stared nil
in the lace who came not cai Her than
8 o'clock without tickets, and "No
room at all" might truthfully have
been posted a quarter after the open
ing hour. It was as big a house as
While all the local performers did
well in their respective parts, and
their capacities are fully known,
there is only need to mention a few
features in detnil. Mrs. Musin as
tonished the natives and residents all
by her remarkably correct musical
and verbal rendition of "Aloha Oe"
when recalled after her aria. When
encored for this also, she again sur
prised the auditors with another na
tive song, "Ahi Wela," with equal
success. The building was threat
ened by the storm of applause. It
was a great triumph for a vocalist
who hud been here only a week or
two, but what will thu astonished
hearers think when told tho lady had
only begun practice of the music that
The calling out of Mr. Berger at
intermission to receive several gor
geous floral tokens was a most'pleas
aut incident. He responded as fol
lows: "Your Majesty, Members of
the Royal Family, Friends and Fel.
low Citizens You all know me. I
can only say you surprise me. 1 was
never so surprised in my life us I am
to-night. I never knew I had so many
friends. You know what I have done
for you these twenty years, aud what
you expect from me in the future. 1
will say one thing a thousand thauks
to all, to all who have helped to make
this concert a grand success." Three
rousing cheers were given by the au
dience. The program for the concert is
given as sufficient for the rest of this
report. Mr. Wray Taylor worked
hard for weeks to get representative
individuals and companies of singers
and pTayers, and the result is very
creditable to his energy as well as
his judgment. After the conclusion
of the following program, the retir
ing audience checrt-d again, and the
baud played a number of selections
as the house emptied :
ban Francisco Hand.
2. Waltz ' Trio "O'er Blooming
Kawaiahao Seminary Chorus.
3. Song" Wand.'rlied". . ..Schuman
Hon. P. R. Iscnberg.
4. Violin Solo Caprice No. 2. .Musin
5. Kinder Symphony in C-mivjnr. ..
Trumpet, Miss Atherton ; Cuckoo,
Miss Patch; Bells, Miss Ellen
Hopper; Triangle, Miss Parmc
lee; Quail, J. Q.Wood; Nightin
gale, Wray Taylor; Rattle, G. E.
Smithies; Drum, George H.
Paris; Piano, Professors G. L.
Babcock and Oscar Herold; 1st
and 2d Violins and Cellos, by
members of thu Royal Hawaiian
(3. Alia from the "Pearl of Brazil"
Annie LouibC Musin.
7. Concert Scene Kiesler
St. Louis College Orchestra.
8. Flower Song from "Faust"
Miss Louiso F. Dale.
9. Quintette Selection from "La
Piano, Mips Hopper; 1st Violin,
Miss McGruw; 2d Violin, J.
Lightfoot; Viola, A. Marques;
Violoncello, Wray Taylor.
10. Trio Three Little Maids, from
"Mikado" (in costume).... Sullivan
Mr. Bowler, Miss Noltc, Miss Lish-
11. "Trumpeter's May Song". .Osgood
Kaiui'liameha Glco Club.
12. Festival March "TwentyYears"
(uew) Henry Berger
Royal Hawaiian Baud.
GARD OF THANKS.
Professor H. Berger desires to
thank the following persons for aid
ing iu making his "Twentieth Anni
versary Testimonial Concert" an
event long to be remembered by him :
Her Majesty the Queen, for pat
ronage; Admiral Brown, for band
and flags for decorations ; Hon. W.
(J. Irwin, for free use of hall ; Lewis
J. Levey, for services gratis as man
ager, etc; Hawaiian Gazette Co.,
for programs; Daily Bulletin Co.,
for tickets ; Amateur Musical So
ciety, for piano ; Hon. J. A. Cum
mius, for de;orations; the ladies and
gentlemen who took part iu the en
tertainment, and M. Musin, Mrs.
Musin and Eduard Scharf.
The general public arc also grate
fully lhauked for their substantial
THE MARIPOSA'S VOYAGE.
Purser Smith of the It. M. S. S.
Mariposa kindly furnishes the fol
lowing repoit of voyage:
Left whuif at San Fruneicco Sulur
duy, May 28, at 5:12 p, m,, and
passed thu whistling buoy at 0:38 p,
in. Tho Atlantic steamer Aurunia
was a day luto arriving at New York,
her mails only arriving at 'Frisco
Saturday noon. Hud northerly and
castelly winds aud smooth tea. The
Mariposa will resuiuu her voyuge for
the Colonies at 10 p, m.
Ilx ' II -union-. '
The pACirir IIahiwaif. Co., Ld.,
have: just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Dotilton
Wine. eompriMiig Btcokfast and Din- !
net- Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jllg-, CtC, I'll.
Tlteir supply of Plautatiou Tools
and Supplies is ei y complete, as also
of Lubricating Oil-.
Carbolineuui Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, caso or -Miudlir quantity.
When in need of SOAP
that you will be hotter
suited every way by go
iug to a More that keeps
a largo assort incut of the article re
beliuve it may in
you to know that
store is that place,
week we call your
attention to a uew soup in this mar
ket. As the manufacturers have not
been in business for centuries they
arc willing to stSSgMps P tt r l w'tu
their productFjfjyHiSi for less mo
ney than old y&gggggSp o r houxes,
aud you re i ceivo t h e
Jan. S. Kirk & Co. are striving to
make us. good an article as the other
-oap makers and r, v.ijvv.vA t'"''1"
S h a n d o n Bells gWBgJbl.va soap is
equal to the best.
These cuts do
present tho size of the cukes, but the
difference is in tho (trice.
The store that sells tho -smpg.
best soda will sell the most quecn'dath)
soap. Yuti are a judge of KsSJSlSjJ
good boda. a5?-ttiJ'
H08R0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port Xs Klnir "trccts.
. At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has-been in
our employ for the pstst
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
WENNER & CO.,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment in
the Hawaiian Islands,
Beg to announce that from this date
llii-y make a i eduction of from
15 to 25 Percent !
On all Goods in their Hue. Every arti
cle will bo marked in plain
figures at the
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE i
tgf Call and see for yourself. -XBs
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu, May 81, 1802.
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still ill existence at tho old stand,
Lclco, and has been so slnco the year
1855. I am prepared to put up Soap at
the following prices:
$4.50 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Ball.
CO Cents each allowed for empty con
Ui lucre returned iu good order.
U8r Weight for weight no rival con
ct'iu can supply us good an urtlclu for
thu same prices.
Bar Tho only Practical Soap Boiler
lu tliu Uavvalluu Ulandi.
THOMAS W, RAWLINS.
-fcy w ' J& means a saving of expense in
labor equal lo si two cent bounty on the sugar produced on
the land' which the plow has broken. It means that your
saving in horses, mules or oxen will, pay for the plow the
first week you use it
.IV1 WIS fSGI,H.i IT!
HAWAIIAN HA UPTAKE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bans Honolulu.
' -C-.TS. M
l-vS iv Si Y
w fr v " 1
-fit It: ) 7
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUST RECEIVED BV
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
100 Sort Street. : : s : : Honolulu. II. I.
104 Fort btreac, Honolulu.
"WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR MMINGS 1 NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
ssr FOR I WEEK ONLY -ea
CHilDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
The " OLD ". Stores
CONSlirUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, (Juliet Making, Upholstering & Undertake
Business In Honolulu aio still extant, and thu but-lucs. Its originator and
present proprietor hero to stay. Having purchased the eiitnu Intorcit of
the liitu llrm of II. 11. Williams & Co., coinpriMng the largest slock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; prliieifnlly Selected by II. II. Williams during hi late tluee
mouths' vlolt to thu Coabt, I now offer tills lUock aud inline additions for
CASH ut prices much lees than heretofore charged.
t&ft The untlcihlgned in lesiiuiing hU old place and business would respect
fully tender hi- grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of tills
and neighboring inlands, and hope-to inci ll a conthiiiaueu of their favors while
Biillcltlug a bliare fiom new frimids; and agala offers his services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M Ring of Superior Qjality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
satr PIANOS FOR SAuE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -t
TEMPLE OF FASHION
VH' KKIMJCTION ! -fca VtT KHIHJt'TBOX S -
WE WILL SELL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
1. tulle' Muslin Combination CIiciilUc Ladles' Muln Skirts with J.aois, S3 60
with Lace. i 10 for S2 05
Luillcs' Muslin uiiibhiailou Chumisus
with Euibr.il Jury. i 60fur$ Ul
Ladles' Moulin C'hitiuUtWi 7&c. for 50c.
To your lofl; of plantation
. impU'iiu-nts an nriicle that i-s
growing in favor with man
agers and utuployui'S ovary
day. ru want you to rea
lize that your annexation
V-SJML' .! V
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
for S2 SO
LadUi.' M illn Skirts with Kiubroldery,
$2 bU (or M 75
I.Jtfet Mylu Mlk uud Mtlvcu lllou.es
13I1RL1Q11 Ss CO.,
Corner Purl & UotcUtrceU,
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