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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1892.
TinirwiUY, Xov. 3.
Am bark Matilda, Swonson, lit) davs from
Stinr Jnnics Mukco from Kuunl
TittmsiiAY, Nov. 3.
Htnir O K IHshop for Laluiiua, Kukuihiiclc
anil llnmiikun, at 10 a jii
Btmr James Mukee for Kauai at 1 p m
Gaigoos from Island Ports.
Stiur Makeo !) packages sundries.
From Knpna per stmr .las
-dipt Dudoit and (i deck.
Makeo, XoV If
The steamer l'ele received coal from the
luirk ,f. 0. Glado to-day.
Tlio steamer W. G. Hall will bo duo to
The shipping in tlio httiborwore 11 guy
look in honor of the birthday of the hin
peror of Japan.
Tho American bark Matilda, O. J. Swen
son master, arrived to-day, 30 days from
Port Gainblo with 513,302 feet rough lum
ber, !X33 feet 11. battens. 12,030 feet
timber, l(Ki,(i:S7 feet T. it G. X. W., 10 M.
laths, 70 M. shingles, consigned to Allen iz
llobinson. Sho docked at tho Allen ifc
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho dredge is still working in tho
Last trains for tho Komond Grovo
picnic to-morrow evening will bo at
7 and 7:30, and for town will leave
tho Grovo at 10 and 11.
Judge Bickorton partly hoard tho
case of Egan & Gunn vs. tho Estate
of Chas. Browor, jury-waived from
Octobor torm, this forenoon.
Romonibor tho mooting of St.
Andrew's Church Association this
ovoning an intellectual feast with
material refreshments thrown in.
All aro welcome.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Root Boor on
Smith & Co.'s.
draught at Benson,'
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once ly Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h Si Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Eort
street, tho storo formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
J. F. Morgan will oflbr tlio balanco
of A. Silva Ai Co.'s bankrupt stock
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
For delicious hot cakes tho ouo
'ninuto pancake meal advertised in
this paper is just tho thing.
For island views and artist ic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
"Have you tried it?" - "Answer is
found in a double column advertise
ment, with Aunt Abbey's portrait
Mechanics' Home, M) and (il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wool; or
month 25c. and tJOc. a night; $1
and .?1.25a week.
Notico is given by tho Ministor of
Foreign Affairs that Sonhor A. do
Souza Canavarro lias resumed his
functions as Portuguese Chargo
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
suino giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residonco, Alakoa street,
near tho Y.JM. OA.
Turkoys for Thanksgiving and
Christmas is tho timely announce
ment of Henry Davis .Si Co, Their
reputation for this lino of holiday
catering in tho past will onsuro thorn
a lively trade.
Band, Prof. II
Bortror, leador, will
give 11 concert tins ovoning at
Makeo Island beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Mm ch Count Hatier
Cornet Duet Two l'ortillons
Messrs. AyU'tt and Kapua,
Selection llohemlan Girl
Three native tongs,
Fantasia Tho Itivals .
1'iccolo Duet Elua Maim Iiwi.
MossrH. Kiiuhia and Kcalakai.
Waltz-Tho Mikado. . . . Sullivan
Medloy Hod Hot lluyer
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in
tho drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
tho past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives bettor
satisfaction than any other cough
medicino 1 have ovor sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No other
will euro a cold so quickly; no other
is so certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other affords so inuoh
roliof in cases of whooping cough,
For salo by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
i Engino Co. No, 1 will hold
cinl meeting this oroning,
Don't forgot tho
A picnic is promised at the
eoting ot Engine Co. No
Tho libol suit against tlio editor of
this paper has again been remanded
until Tuesday next.
Louis Marks, engineer, furnished
$500 bail for Win. YVnlkor this morn
ing and ho was released.
Mrs. Longshore-Potts, Quakeress
M. D., is lecturing to women only at
tho Opera House this afternoon.
Tho S. S. Gaelic took a mail for
San Francisco last ovoning consist
ing of SGt'w letters and 1703 papers.
Tho regular monthly business
mooting of tlio Y. M. C. A. will bo
hold to-night at 7 p. in. in their par
lors. Tho Kaiufani Boat Club will hold
its regular meeting this ovoning at
owe o'clock. A tul
full attendance is
Ch. Schmidt Weight. Win. T.
Schmidt and Honry C. Schmidt have
roturnod homo again after six years'
schooling in Gormany.
To-day is tho fortieth anniversary
of tho birthday of tho Emperor of
Japan, and is being gonorally ob
served by tho Japaneso residents.
Tho band will give a
coucort at Makeo Island,
ovoning tho band will play at
A Japanoso named Suko pleaded
guilty to a chargo of assault and
battorj' on a follow countryman in
tho Police Court yesterday and was
sentenced to pay a lino of 21.
A woman named Annie Charlie
was arrested early this morning for
disturbing tho quiet of tho night.
Aunio had a threo-cornorod jag on
and was singing "Annie Roonoy."
Mr. Jas. Cowan, manager of Ka
liuku plantation, who was lately
prostrated with a paralytic stroke,
has como out of tho Queen's Hospi
tal and taken Mr. Thos. R. Lucas's
houso on the Plains.
Tho following Cabinet is rumored
around town: W. H. Rickard, Min
ister ol tlio interior; M. r. Robin
son, Ministor of Finance; C. P. lau
koa, Ministor of Foreign Affairs;
Oocu Brown, Attornoy-Goneral.
A native named Pani and a China
man Ah Hon wore tried in the Police
Court this morning on a chargo of
affray. In oridonce it transpired
that tho native had done all tho af
f raying and ho was sentenced to pay
a fine of $10.
Dr. J. Charles Harrison will de
liver his first lecturo hero, to men
only, at tho Opera House this ovon
ing. On this occasion admission
will bo Ireo, and, from tlio interest
already shown by tho public, there
is likely to bo a crowded house.
Dr. Donald McLennan, now in
practice in Honolulu, has received
notice of his appointment as a mem
ber of tho Advisory Council of tho
World's Congress Auxiliary of tlio
World's Columbian Exposition on
Eclectic Medicine and Surgery.
Tho photo of tho winning crow of
tho Ileal ani Boat Club in tho late
raco was finished this morning and
placed on exhibition for a short
whilo in tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s
art rooms. It will bo placed on ex
hibition at Romond Grovo to-mor-
The Hoalani Boat Club's picnic
to-morrow night promises to lie- an
enjoyable affair. Tho boys in blue I
have been assiduous in their efforts j
to make it a succors, and the general '
public, as well as especial admireis I
of aquatic sport, should aid them all
they can. ,
If you desiro to spend a pleasant
evening attoud tho monthly meet- 1
ingof tho St. Andrew's Chinch As- '
eociation in tho schoolroom this '
evening. Thoro will bo music and
readings and rofioshments, It com
mences at 7:30 o'clock and you aro ,
cordially invited to attend.
Some of tho Government om- I
ployoos aro a sour-looking crowd
these days, but they wear a pleasant i
(?) look when Hon. L. A. Thurston I
is mentioned. This is owing to tlio
fact that ho didn't have tho courtesy
to allow Ministor Cornwoll to bring
in an act providing for their pay up
to Oct. 31st. Such is life.
For tho accommodation of those
invited to attend tho basket supper,
Friday ovoning, tho announcement
is mado that tho 0:50 car from Pau
oa will connect with tho King street
car, cornor of Nuuanu and King, at
7:03 p. in. A car will leave Waikiki
at 10:15 p. in. and como right in to
town, and up Nuuanu street,
Sabrino Grogorio Da Camnra, the
Portuguese who was burned in the
firo at tho whisky distillery at Puna
Ijoii a weok ago last Sunday, died at
1 o'clock yostorday afternoon. Ho
was buried this afternoon under tho
ausjiicos of the Sociedado do S. An
tonio Bonoficonto, A dotaclunont of
tho band headed tho funeral,
Miss Edith Tiuton died on Tues
day afternoon of consumption at tho
residence of J, A, Hassiugor, tho
homo of relatives of tlio deceased.
Tho funeral took placo yesterday
afternoon from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, and was largely at tended. .Miss
lurton was an accomplished young
lady ol many sterling quant 10s, mid
her demise is sadly folt by hor many
In the hearing relative to the '
bankruptcy case of A. L. Orou of
tho Ludwigson & Cron ico cream
parlors, Mr. F. W. MoChosnoy was
appointed assignee. Tho establish
ment, including good will and fix
tures, is now for sale and offers a
good opportunity to energy and small
capital. Mr. MoChosnoy may bo
seen at -10 Quoon street, mid of him
full particulars may bo obtained.
catfea ', ljt$LM. imkMda
IiOOAL AND GENERAL
Celebration of tho Ancient Festival
by tho Scottish Thistle Club.
Mondiiy evening a contort was
given by members and friends of tho
Scottish Thistle Club, to celebrate
(ho ancient festival of Hallowe'en.
Without any pretentious effort a
good program was secured, and its
rendering gave unfeigned pleasure
to the company. There was a smaller
attendance of members than at pre
vious social gatherings of tho club,
many having loft tho country in the
past few months and several being
on tho other islands. Yet so many
friends, including a largo proportion
of the fair sex, wore present as to
occupy all the seating capacity of
the snug rooms in Merchant street.
Mr. Walter Hill, "tho lone honorary
member" who lias helped tho club
in many ways from tho start, on in
vitation acted as master of cere
monies, being introduced with a fow
remarks by Mr. Thos. Lindsay, Chief.
Mr. Hill prefaced the program with
spicy remarks on tho occasion, and
then gave a humorous preamble to
each number's announcement. Tho
bill was as follows:
Hros. Eadio . . . Violin
A. Guild . ... .Song
Mrs. Dr. McLennan . Heading
G. I., ititman . Song
Masters Schraeder and l'otlio
I'iiiiin and Violin
Mrs. A. Guild . Bong
W. A. McKay ... ... Song
llros. Eadie . Violins
1). Logan ltecitntion
G. L. Hitman ... ... .Song
Mrs. A. Guild Song
Mrs. and Master I'ctric
Piano and Violin
A. Guild. Song
Company Auid Lang Syne
Mrs. McLonnan's reading showed
hor to bo an accomplished elocution
ist, whoso like one does not hoar
often on the local platform. Of
course Ritman "tho inimitable" sot
tho company wild for more, his
chosen selection being a Scottish
song, and ho responded with "Tho
Day I played Baseball," followed, in
1 espouse to another Oliver Twist de
mand, with his topical song, "Job
Lois." Tho singing of Mrs. Guild
was greatly adniireu, as was that of
Mr. Guild, and the instrumentalists
all won hearty applause. Mrs. Potrio
ably played accompaniments on tho
piano. Air. Hill on behalf of tho
club returned, coidial thanks to tho
performers and announced that tho
annual ball of the club would bo
hold about Now Year's. At tho close
all who felt inclined for a dance
wore tendered the freedom of tho
hall, but only a fow remained for an
exhibition of two or throe Scottish
dances, among others a lirstrate
sample of tho "Highland fling" by
Mr. Piggott. Most ol tlio company
felt that tho space was too confined
for a warm evening, as well as 10
o'clock being rather lato, for a regu
lar hop on that, occasion. "Wait for
tho ball," they thought and wisely
A HEAVY PENALTY.
A Chinaman is Sentenced to Pay a
Fine of $100 for Assault and
Another water right fracas has
boon paitly settled in tho Police
Court. This time it is tho assault
and battery case which occurred at
L'auoa, reported previously in tho
BuxiiUTiN. Tiie trouble occurred on
Akana, tlio Chinaman who was
hurt, has been laid up some timo for
repairs of injuries suffered at tho
time. Yesteiday morning ho was
able to appear in tho Police Court.
His evidence went to show that one
night out of every nine days tho
stream of water was diverted into his
patches. On this Tuesday night
when tlio assault took placo ho had
wended hio way to tho placo and re
moved tho dam, hut his aciiouwas
pi otosted against by six other Chi
nese. Ho did not take any notice,
however, but continued to divert tlio
water. Then it is alleged ho was at
tacked by all of them and knocked
down. The assailants all had bam
boo sticks and he could not toll who
did tho nio.st injury.
In defense the principal witness
stated that ho had pulled down tlio
dam two or three times when tlio
complainant challenged him to light.
An agreement had been made pre
viously which allowed tho defend
ants tho right of using tho water
that night and tho complainant
other night in exchange.
L'olico Justice Fo.stor reserved his
judgment until this morning, when
ho sentenced one of tho defendants,
Ko Kum Choug, to pay a fine of
100 and $1 costs, and discharged
tho other five. A. P. Peterson and
.1. L. Kaulukou for tlio prosecution;
Thurston it Frear for tho defense.
LOST IT ALL.
A Collision Deprives a Native of a
Realization on a Load.
A native named Lui Opiinui was
found guilty on a charge of furious
and heedless driving in tho Police
i Court this morning. Opiinui is tho
proud possessor of a two-wheeled
wagon, and on Saturday night ho
was driving in from Manoa near
Pnualiou with a load of ti loaves for
disposal at the fish market. Happy
in tho thought (lint on his return lie
, would bo weighed down with gold
money, if not with sandpaper gin,
ho bowled away along tlio road re
gardless of everything,
i Near the turn into Boretania
street he collided with an express,
snia-ihing the latter's wheels. The
oxpiess driver had tho man arrested
and this morning Opiinui was tried
' in the Police Court for furious and
heedless driving. Opiinui was found
guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of
i .I0. Ho promised not to do it
again. Ton dollars was about tho
amount ho realized on his load of
ti leaves and ho mourned tho loss of
Owiiura of htot'U will notico thai
Dr. W. 'J'. .Moiibarrat has talcon Dr.
A. H. Howat's votoriiiary infirmary
on King htri'ot, whtiro ho will bo
ylacl to recuivo a contiiuinncu of
a At w . Jfc H
There is a gentle
Dy3popsla. man at Mnldcn-ou-
tlie-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Parcis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is 'tvident that he has made up his
mind concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, rei
Heves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
audi think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Nov. 4th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom. Queen Street, 1 will sell
at I'ubfic Auction the
Balance of Stock of A. Silva & Co.,
Sheeting, Kmbroidery, Hibbons,
Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
Single Suit and Pant Patterns,
Nickulbound Show t'as-es,
I I um Safe, Kte., Ktc.
ENGINE CO. NO. 1.
SPECIAL MINTING OK THIS COM-
(Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. A full attendance;
business ol importance.
J. 1). MiVlMGH.
rXli Oil TWO PIIiST-t'LASS SUGAR
J Hollers aro wanted for tho
references will be reipiiied.
YV. G. IllWIK .t CO., L'n.
rpm: ajjove i:e-
ard is oll'ered for tho
return of a .'1-year old
Gray Stallion, 'branded
wan a inruro similar to
an ace of clubs under tho
mime, to the
Government Stables. Missed last Eridav
afternoon with a ropo attached.
fifj'J-Ot JAMES KAMA.KA
NOTICE IS HKIIEHY CIVEN THAT
Sa Koo has .sold out his one-third in
terest in a ceitain indenture made by II rs.
Catharine Pehikiiliini Auld, leasing to Ah
Poo, ba Poo and Ah Chan certain lands
situate at Kiilia, Waikiki, Kona, Oahii,
described in said indenture, to Kam Loy,
and that the said Ha Loy will not be ies
ponsibie for anv of the debts of the lessees
of the mi id lands. SA KOO.
lloiioiulu, Xov. 'J, )). nii-Lw
VTOTK'E IK IIEItmiY
JJN given that the follow
ing described Animals will
by Mild at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY, Xov. 111.
IHU, at U o'clock noon, at the Uuvcrninent
Pound at Makiki:
1 lllack Horse, branded
'AK" on right
1 Hay Muro, huinded "li" on left hind
1 Hay Colt, no brand.
1 Sorrel Kiilv. no brand.
1 Kay Home, brand iindeseribahle.
1 Hay Mare, branded Chinese characters
on right hind leg.
1 Hay Mare, uli nhod, no brand.
I Hliick Horn.), branded ".III" on left
1 Hlaek Homo, branded "-M" on left hind
1 Iluau Horse, branded "A" on right
1 Hlaek Horse, branded "y" on right
1 Sorrel Horse, all idiod, branded on left
EB Owners of tho above Animals must
Mind in their claims within lit days, other
wise thoy will he sold on the ditto above
named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Xov, 'i, Ih'.L'. l-ii
Oiiliu lliiilwiiy k Lmiil Co.
HEHE WILL HE A SPECIAL MELT-
ing of the Stockholders of the Oahii
Hailwav it Land Co. held in the Chamber
of Comuieice, In Honolulu
On SATURDAY, Nov. 5, 1892
AT '.Itfu O'CLOCK A. M.,
to consider the iicstIon of refunding llio
bonded debt of the Company ; the xtcii
hion of the ltaihoad to or toward KaliuUu;
the borrowing money for said ptirpo-e.and
the issue of u new deed of trust.
W. (I. ASHLEY,
Honolulu. Xov. 1. 1MI& :
1 CAX HK 1'OUXD A'l'
33 Beretania Street,
Pictured to do an. work in his line.
Mutual Tele. 239- P. 0. Box 308,
WHY YOl Kllril-Lll TAKE
? " WORTH A GUINEA A HOX." i
A box of
, . r,il!nrM,,SiWHti'; nf1rinm',lltthuK'.
i ; fJrntcrfiwM, G,M VIMIa, FIiwM.iy. of
,tlrat, flhofii. of llrrnlh, fl(fir
2 lllotohtl oil Ahln, ffftlrhml Slrrj),'
Jonil all iirrvniu mill tnmliliui) m-iinn.!
J.dansare nll.Tcl by utftty Hunt Villi,
; Covered wllh a Taiteloii and Soluble Coaling
Ot h mign Ptlci, . r-nl box. ,
1 1 Now Vnrk Ilppol, ,m Cnnnl Ht.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltXEK 1'OItT ANI) KING STItEETS.
Is iii receipt of tho bulk of
Z3&- 'OU TUP. Sr.AHON -&
With balance expected daily, which will
enable it to present its usual uiieiii.illeil
claims to hulmnv purchasers, not on! for
vuiiety of selection, but for honest injulitv
at prices thill cannot fail to satify all
8F Do not be misled with clap-trap
advertisements of cheap good.
SNr t'l.M's' lIi:vii(ji'Mni lis has dealt
honestly by the public for over -0 vears,
and is leserviii the confidence ami sup.
poit of the public.
Opening Day will be Duly Announced."
THOS. G. THRUM,
108 Fort St.
To Xiot or Louse.
r "17,rPIWKLLINn LTOl'OKT
LjAIj J. street, contaiiisiiltoonis
mid 1 tilth
Lnifio Yard and Cottage for
THKO. K. LANSINfi,
with M. 1'hillips ,1 Co.
PWO XICHLY Pill
mis, ecu- Jjfr.rji
trally located. I
UYAL PHEMISLS, 31 ,;..
posilo Port street churcl
Apply to P.. 1. LILLIE.
.'Is-.'-tf At Theo. II. Davit's ,V Co.
NP.W HOUSE OK KIVE .v, -,,
rooms, on Mugiuiiur Ai JJaIiJ;
street, with Hathiooiii, p.it- f- iKf''aSt
cut v. (!., etc. Commands tyr-iiijSS.
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Applv
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE OX NUl'ANU .ji'KU
street, Xo. 100, Hi. llooms JVfv'lV"
a Hatluoom. Oiithuuses. '. v-X
all in good order. Itcnt only YM, in
cluding water rati)'. Also a Cottage in the
rear ot aliove, at fj. Appl) at tills oince.
A .NICE COTTACP. OX
Heretiinhi street, near
I'iiLoi street, containing
Parlor. 'J Hcilrooins, Halli-
rooiu, Diuingroom, Pantry and kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Tramcais pass every 3) minutes. Apply at
ollleo of this paper, l.rri-tf
FOK SALE or LEASE
rpiIOSi: DESIKAHLK t .j-ai --y
X l'leiuises latelv occu- ff,Tit)i.l
pied by Mr. 13. Sulir, will lutffii3k
lie for sale or lease at rca- IJJiiljLixk&i.
sonahle price or iciital. Tho liiounds con
tain ii variety of I'ruit and Oriiameutiil
Tiees, The Coniniodlous Dwelling Is well
furiilshed with modern improvcuients iiud
couvmiiences. Itoiimy I in in ami a -lloom
Cottage for servants. Kor furl her particu
lars, apply to JOHN IvXA,
Ollleo Inter-Island htcaiii Navigation
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TTIir, ANNUAL MEETING OKTHE
Stockholders of the Waianae Co. held
this date, the following gentlemen were
duly elected to serve as ollicers for the en
suing j ear:
Hon. H. A, Widemaiiu President,
Hon. 11. X. Wilcox Vice-President,
lion. C, O. Heiger . Secretar,
A. Jaeger . Tieiisiirer,
J. M. Dowsett . . .. Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. ai, IHti. .Vj.'-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T TH K A X N U A L M EETI NG Ol' TI J E
V Huiiiuuhl Sheep Klatiou Couipaii
held this day, the following Olllceru were
elected for the ensuing year:
August lluncbdrg . President,
Armlii Hauebeig Vice-President,
Ed. Sulir beeietary A Treasurer.
Armlii Hauebeig Audili r
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, lb!).'. .f-lw
Daily lltdlitin, 60 cents a month,
J; flllrms W
i f o :r,
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
i u u
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
I'OI! THE PAST SIX Mn.VI ll IN
Elegant Oondrtion for tlie Table !
We ilo not oiler Skeleton HlriN for "tile at $1 r0 n piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.nci Iced If Desired
AND DI'.LIVKKEl) Till
Weight of llinls
Prices to Sxit
HENKY DAVIS & CO.
Oficr of J). It. Ihirnhdin, Chief of Cawifrurlion, ll'ori'W
Columbian Ifrpoiilion, 1I4-! The'Roalrry, Chicago.
Jd.V 0, JS02.
m. a. si:i:n dry plate co.,
St. Louis, Fo.
My last order for I'latrs arrived very promptly. I'leasd tirerjit
thanks for briny no prompt.
1 with to Htate, that I am uxiny your J'lalen exclusively far all
work' iloue on these yraunds for the atfieial recant of construction.
Of course comment by me as to the yaod qualities of the Seed
Plate arc entirely unnecessary.
C. n. ARNOLD,
r .a.:r.e for sale ohstl-st by
109 Fort Street,
104 Ioi't Street, Honolulu.
Have you seen the New Roman
Have you seen the Xiyht downs
you seen the New
lltire you Men the Moiisquetaire
fair at Sachs' Stan f
the Xcw Silk
i.wi i Tumi
I Do you know that the Latest A'oi
i ways be found a t Sach i ' Store t
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
HY LAST hTEA.MEIt A KCLL LINE OK
BLAOK QOODS I
jA.S follows :
Hlaek Ciishinere rj-iiich wide,oU cents cr
y 1 1 1 1 1 and upwaids.
Hlaek India Lawn. Hlaek French Lawn.
Hlaek batteen In Plain and Pigurcil.
lllack Calico in Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
& Dressmaking under the management of Miss K, CI, AUK.
(m;w iii'i.i.irri.N hloi k, jiiihcha.nt (stiirut)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
AXY HUSINESS KXTHI'STED TO ME WILL ItEl'ElVE PltO.MPl' ATTENTION.
Have "5To"u. Trieci It ?
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisco Agents,
.MOllNINfi Ol- DAY KOI.
vnrj liitf from 12 to i!0 lbs.
Hon.olTj.lT-i, H. I.
S . SACHS'-,
Sashes at X. S. Sachs' Store?
Unit ure selling for $1.00 at Sachs't
for Praps and luficy H'ork
t'ndressrd Kill (HoV'S for fl.6U i
Stripnl anil Polio Dot ("uaillrn u-.
tties anil J,
.lo lylikh doods ca
Hlaek, Cotton, .'-ilk mid Kid Cloves in all
Hlaek Stockings for Ladies ami Children.
Hlaek- fcllk vwirp lli'iirietie i lotus,
Ltc, Etc., Etc., El
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
COOKED 7 ROLLED 7 OATS!
Jt'STTHE THING OU'.HUEAKKAST.
fSF Per Sale liy all leading Grocers. -0.1