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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTKH OCTOUCH 1, 1802.
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Arrivo Honolulu 7 :',V)
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
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THE DAILY BULLHTIK.
FRIDAY, MAKOH 31, 1893.
Friday, Mr. 31
Stmr Miknluiln from Kaunl
Stinr W G Hull from JIaui and Hawaii
Stmr Waialealc from Hanumaula
FiiinvY, Mnrc.li 31.
Stmr Slikaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaluilu, Mar 31
V H Uieo, Vra Smith.
From Maui and Hawaii, tier stmr Y (1
Hall, Mar 31 From Volcano: J 11 Ue.icli,
Mrs b H Jamus, H C Ohureli, Mr On, J
Klliman, .1 H Wallace, (' A I'e.icoek and
wife, Mrs Pcucotk, Miss 1'encock, Miss Til
lotson. Wm ports: l)i Cooper, dipt N (J
Hulcy. J F Hamburg, G MeDougull, V T
Jungoiuth, " H Cormvell, .1 I'lcluudson,
Miss L Pedro, Q S Gamott, C H DicUoy,
Mrs Vj Jones and OS deck.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Mikalialu 5000 bags sugar.
Per stmr Waialealo 31G0 bags sugar.
Per stmr AV G Hull 58'JO bigs sugar, 71 i
bugs aw a, 25 head uittlc; 21 Indus, I0
bags cotlce, 75 pkgs sundries.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. W. II. Coinwoll rolurnocl from
Muui by tlio st vainer W. Q. Hnll this
An auction salo of tho furniture of
Mechanic Engine Co. will take piano
Eleven passengers returned by tho
steainor W. ti. Hall this afternoon
for tho Volcano.
All Government offices closed at
10 o'clock this morning. Tho banks
clo&od an hour lator.
L. .1 . Levey vv ill sell two bales of
sugar bags, damaged by salt water,
at 12 noon to-morrow.
Road Supervisor Cummiugs calls
for tenders for shoeing tho Road
Board's stock for six mouths.
Prof. Max Lohoide's athletic school
will give their ihst wrestling exhibi
tion to-morrow evening at tho boat-
Tho Pacific Wheelmen will hold
another race on tho King street
track to-morrow afternoon at 3
S. Kuboy & Oo. hnvo removed
their cigar and cigarette factory to
75 King street, between Fort and
Ex-captain of police Kamaua has
boon ro-appoiuted on the force as a
police olhcor. Ho had donned an
Tho P. G. band gave a moonlight
coucort at Makoo Island yesterday
evening, and tho waves nnirmined,
"What are tho wild woods saying?''
Mr. F. Horn romoinbored tho
Bulletin boys as of old this morn
ing, with a liberal treat of his deli
cious hot cioss buns. A lawyer
dropped in and made a square meal
HAWAIIAN PATRIOTIC LEAGUE.
The steamer Waiuleale returned from
Hunainaulu to-day w ith j cargo of sugar.
She w ill leave again on Monduj for Hn.iu.i
kua. The steamer James Makee, which left
for Kupaa yesterdaj evening, will convey
the first news of tho Commissioner's airiv
nl hero to the good people on the Gulden
The steamer W. G. Hall reports an un
usually rough passage, nun plenty of
wind and high seas. The weathui had
moderated, however, when the steamer
Tho steamer Mikaluilu anivod this
morning from Kauui with 5000 bags of
tugar, and will leave again at ." o'clock this
nfternoon for the i-amo place, expecting lo
return on Sunday morning.
The Wrestling Tournament to Begin
The wrestling tournament of Prof.
Lohoide's athletic school for the
middleweight championship of the
Hawaiian Islands, Graeco-Romau
rules, will commence to-moirow
evening at the boathouse. As it will
be a private exhibition none but
members will bo allowed to witness
the different matches.
Among tho preliminaries will bo a
three-round sot-to between Johu
Slattery and Harry Juen for points.
After this there will be an exhibi
tion of scientific club swinging bj
E. J. Norcott, of tho U. S. S. Boston.
There will bo eight contestants
in tho wrestling tournamout. As
all have had severe schooling in tho
art, good scientific matches are ex
pected. Tho names of tho contest
ants and their weights are append
ed: NAJIES. WniOIIT.
U.J. Jones 115 lbs
Jas. S. Lemon 112 "
W. P. Armstrong 1 38'. "
O.H. Rose 115" "
J. K. Nakuina 1501 "
W.D. Wilder VMl "
Jas. Spencer 152 "
Geo. Maliua 13.")" "
Aggregation of the
by the H. M.
A grand coucort will bo given at
Kawaiahao church on Saturday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock, by tho H.
M. H. Nooa,u, assisted by several of
Honolulu's best talont, for the bone
fit of tho Kawaiahao church. A
glanco at tho program which is ap
pended will satisfy all that a first
class entertainment may bo expected:
(() Galatea. Sensen
1. Piano Solo (() The (JliObO .
I . . . Ithembeiger
2. Quartet and Choi us '1 lie llohcminu
Girl... . .. ltulfo
H. M. 11. Noenu.
3. Solo Wooing .. StielitAy
Miss May Cummin.
4. Solo The Yeoman's Wedding bong
. . l'oniutowsky
5. Piano Solo Minuet , Pudiimckv
Mies Carrie Castle.
0. Solo Perfumes of the Orient
((() I.ei Olmohii.
7. Solo and Chorus 1U) Mul Poiua Oo
Hawaiian National Hand.
8. Solo A Pretty Girl. Gomes
Mr. L. Iluri-oti.
10. holo AD.iv Diuiin htieliUl.v
Ml P. Xnlti,.
mas uummins una m
Housekeepers will find something
attractive in tho now announcement
of Theo. H. Daies & Co. to-d.-y.
There is a variety of articles of w hicli
everybody must bo wanting some
thing or other.
At tho meeting of tho women's
branch of tho Hawaiian Patiiotic
League yostorday afternoon tho sum
of 5401.35 was subscribed. In the
evening oier one thousand name's
wore added to tho roll.
Tho Hag of tho Italian bark Cav.
Luigi D. was ilying at half-mast yes
teiday and again to-daj'. On en
quiry it is learned that it is tho
custom in Italy to observe- Maundy
Thuisday aud Good Fiiday by Hy
ing Hags at half-mast.
Four dosoiting sailois fiom the
whaling bark James Arnold woio
captured by tho police this morning
in a cottago below Smith's bridge.
Ton dollars each hail been oll'ored
1)3 tho captain for their capture.
Two more are at largo.
Tho Good Friday service of tho
second congregation of St. A'ld row's
Laineur.u tins mommy w.is very
largely attended. Tho Rjv. AW.
Mackintosh pleached an appropriate
surmon. Tho son ice this evening
commences at (5:30 o'clock.
A complaint has boon received of
shots having been fired at houses
adjoining tho banaeks. The walls
are dotted with marks of bullets of
a calibor fitting a parlor rillo or pis
tol. The dwellings in question are
tho Queen's servants,' quartors.
Iopa, charged with bieaking into
the store ol Siug Loy & Co., on
Satunhry night, was committed jes
toiday in the District Court, and
bail iixed at &250. Two witnesses
wore ordoied to file 100 bond that
they will appear in the Circuit Court
For some nights past a P. G.
guard in uniform has been seen
parading in tho middle of Berctauia,
near Punchbowl street, with a
musket. Peoplo aie wondeiing
whothei the guards are acting in the
capacity of police officers in addi
tion to barracks dutj.
Whilo bovs at the Fort-street
school wore playing baseball in tho
schoolyard tho other day, one of tho
lads stiuck the ball through a win
dow into Miss Cartel's room. That
lady, who was sitting at a table, was
struck squarely on the face, luckily
without seiious injuiy.
Some scamp tore down tho decor
ations fiom tho awning in front of
Wouuer & Co.'s jowolry store last
night. The misdemeanant must
have been on horseback to reach the
articles; that is, unless lie employed
si uis or a stop ladder, it will go
nam with hun U .Ur. Wonnor gets
on his track.
A special car will leave I'auoa at
ten minutes past 5 o'clock on Easter
morning foi the accom modal ion of
nienibeis of the Second Congrega
tion attending the 5:30 o'clock ser
vice. Return car from tho Cathedral
as usual. Tho special car for tho '.1:30
o'clock service will leave Pauoa at
ton minutes past 51.
Tho final tug-of-war match for
first prize between Hawaii and Por
tugal has again been postponed
until Monday evening on account of
counter attiactions. Besides tho
filial pull between the two mention
ed teams, Germany and Aineiica
will also pull to settle some diller
eucos. it is also unileistood that
the Gorman team will challenge tho
Poitugiii'so team for a pull. The
lalloi will piohahly take place on
Muss Meeting on
Bquaro Last Night.
Between two and tluoo thousand
people assembled on Palace Square
esloulay evening pursuant to a call
tho Hawaiian Patriotic League.
r. J. A. (Jtiinmins opened the meet
ing with a preliminary introduction,
urging all patriotic Hawaiians to
stand by their Hag and tho monarchy
which had been established by their
Mr. Jos. Nawahi stated that they
had kept mum in the past, but now
thoy need have no fear, as tho United
States Commissioner soul by their
good friend was in tho citj Now
was the time to show their patriot
ism and illustiato to tho Commis
sioner the true sentiment of the Ha
waiian people and their aloha for
their country. Who aro these com
missioners who aro negotiating for
tho sale of our country for what,
for nothing? Joseph, of Biblical
fame, was sold for twenty pieces of
silver, and tho Hawaiian nation is
being baitoied for nothing. Woio
those commissioners sent by tho peo
ple of the soil? Cries of No. Theso
missionaries who wont to Washing
ton lepresonted themselves as speak
ing for jou. "They lie."J It has
often been heard that prayers wero
useless, but God, the Supiouio Judge
of all, has hoard your supplications,
and the succor is at hand. A mem
orial was to be lead that evoning,
which ho hoped they would unani
mously uphold. The uativos have
been peaceful duriug those tiving
times, wailing with patience and on
duiing tho sneois of annexationists,
aud ho hoped and prated that the
monarchy would be restored.
Cheers.J Theio may bo a few on
the outside ling who'say that it was
impossible, out no would ton tnein
for their own benefit nothing was
impossible. Our great neighbor, the I
United States' policy is to give jus-
tico to weakoi nations, and not to
snatch at everything in sight, and .
he thought that America would give
Hawaiians justice Cheois.J
Mn. J. E. Busu was the next speak- ,
oi. He said that the time was at
hand when they should open their '
heat Is and ovoiy patriotic Hawaiian
stii himself. He was among those
who vveio sent to the Legislatuio in i
1890 and again two eais later fori
the express purposo of aiding in se
curing a how Constitution. Who '
frustrated your desires but those .
who did not wish to give equal '
lights to tho Hawaiians. It is being
said that tho now Constitution con- I
tainud a clause disfranchising the
foieigueis. They lie. Tho Com
missioners, Thurston and his clique,
have said abroad that the Hawaiian
peoplo aie no bettei than the lowest
of Indians. Tho speaker had met
soveial influential Anieiicaiis in tho
Cummins, A. K. Kunuinkea, D. W.
Pun, J. K. Kaunainnno, II. Baker, J.
L. Kaulukou, J. Kahai, J. K. Kaulia,
H. S. Swinton, J. Mnhiai. E. John
son, F. S. Reiki, J. Kukaliiko, G. .
Kanonlii and A. P. Palekaluhi.
Beforo tho meeting dispersed three
cheers wore given for the women's
branch of the Patriotic League.
Editor Sholdon Romandod to
Custody of tho Marshal.
A.M. Brow iij attorney for plain
tiffs, has filed in tho C'leik's oil'ico a
withdrawal of tho suit of Castle
& Cooko vs. Waikano Ranch Co. aud
Lincoln McCandless, garnishee.
The Supremo Couit has rendered
a decision in tho Holoinua editoi's
habeas coi pus caso. It came up on
appeal from the decision of Circuit
Judge Fiear, since promoted to tho
Supieme Court. A writ of habeas
coipus had been petitioned for by
G. C. Konyon. on behalf of J. G. M.
Sholdon, editor of the Holoinua,
hold l3 the Marshal for contempt
against tho Executive and Advisoiy
Councils of the Provisional Govern
ment. Tho decision of Judge Frear
remanded tho subject to tho custody
of tho Marshal.
The grounds of the potition woro
as follows: That Sholdon should bo
discharged becauso tho vvariant was
not valid and sufficient, as the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils had
no power to authorize the isstianeo
of the warrant; and insufficient be
cause, though signed by tho chair
man, it did not appear that tho
Councils had authorized its issu
ance, and becauso it did not specify
tho grounds of arrest, that is, the
natuio and particulars of tho alleged
The Court takes up tlio grounds
and holds as follow
laster .-. Millinery
3STO-W ODPEHST -A.T
N. S. SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons I
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
TIM! AfehOUTMl.JJT or
! ALSO A
of this country are not at liborty to
discuss tho question of tho legal
existonco of tho government of
which thoy form a pait, and tho laws
of which thoy aro called upon to
administer. Wo take judicial notice
of tho fact that these Councils are
tiio legislative autlioiity and the
only legislative authority of the
It had been hold that tho power
of the British Parliament to punish
poisons not members for coutompt
I was derived fiom the ancient judi
! cial functions of that body. Thero
was a doubt if the United States
I Congiess could legally punish non-
nieuibcrs for contempt, as tho power
was not given in the vviitteu Const i
I tutiou of that count ty. But thoie
i was no doubt ol the power in tho
I case of tho existing legislative bod,j
I of Hawaii, as it had pased an Act
giving itself tho power to punish
outsiders for contempt.
The Court further holds, in oppo
sition to the pleas
fii tlin fi4itiii
United States and in interviews had I 'that tho Councils did authorio the
been asked if theio was ;iuy more i ; ,,r ti,,, ,,.,,,,,,1 n n,!,,,,!.
tho finding of the decision appealed
l.i .. i.;... ri., i.,i.i i,;,,. i...t !..,., i
1UU llilll. UU IWJli lllill 111UL 111U1U
were lots of thcin, and nioio intelli
gent also. Tho speaker vv ished them
to go back to that mass meeting
where thoy all approved of the
Queen's action in deferring tlio
pioinulgation of the Constitution.
What did vou see after that, what
were lauded on our shores?
tiioies, nut MiuoiacKcis and iruns
from the Boston. By whoso order
wero they landed? By the com
mand of an old hypocrite named
Stevens, a man who" was hand-and-glovo
with the niissionaiies, and was
in tho scheme also. But tlio Hawai
ians had a true friend in Giover
Cleveland, Piesident of tho United
Stales (cheers), aud no less a fiiend
in Mrs. Clov eland (cheers). Tho
speaker spoke of his tiavols and tho
soutiinetit in the States. He staled
that the P. G. Coininissionois have
fiom, that tlio wanaut sullicionllv
specified tho grounds of arrest, and
concludes: "It appealing that J. G.
M. Sheldon, on whoso behalt the pe
tition is made, is hold undei a valid
warrant of anest issued ly conipe-
tiuit. nntlw,Htv Iim is linrnliv rmiwuwl
Not ed to tho custody of the Marshal."
C. W. Ashlorcl for petitioner; r .
M. Hatch of counsel for tho 10-spondent.
with violin oIiIIl-iuo l Mr. Oribw'iv.
-'. holo Thu hhln Unit ( iirrins 'Mn
,,0,"U x. ii. n ., Mlli-liull
, , .Mr. U . Ciii'llm
!' holo mul C'liuniH Thu Itoliuiulau
lrl 11 . ii v l,"lf0
II. M II. .Noemi.
"illlVMlll I'ulllll "
Two Chinamen tried in I In. Dis
trict Court yeatoiday on a charge of
having cltu fa tickets in possession
wero sentenced this morning to pay
1500 oauh, Both noted au appual.
The steamer W. G. Hall, which
aimed this afternoon, reports hav
ing expeiieiiced uuusuall,v lough
weather and stiong noitheast winds
On Wednesday nltoniooii while at
lloiiuupo mate Thompson was iu
juied about the head ami bod,v. Tho
steamer was prnpaiing to leave for
I'mialuu aud the anchor had just
been taken m, when the the thud of
asenes of high waves struck him
ami tinned linn nvei several times,
finally throwing him against the
anchor, cutting his head Two other
unlives vveio jamuied in between the
chains, but u.scapud uninjured.
said that thoy vveio glad that the
matter was loft to a commission, but
they know in their very heaits that
they aie not. The Commissioner
who has como hero has heaid tho
side of tho missionaries and he has
como to hear jour side. Show the
commissioner jour lovo (1) forannox
tion, and jour sentiments are well
known to me, to be for tho restora
tion of the monarch as of old. The
speaker sinceiely believed that if
justice was done Hawaii the Queen I
would be rt'stoied. If they asked I
for the foundation of his belief, he
would tell them, "Becau-o she has
done no wrong." Cheeis were then
given for Hon. .lames H. Blount and 1
Mis. Blount, aftei which tho follow
ing resolution was lead:
"Wheieas, His Excellencj- Giover
Cleveland, Piesident of the Lnited
States of Aineiica, lias honored the
Hawaiian nation by sonding to us
the Hon. .lames 11. Blount as a
Special Commissioner, to find out
tlio tine wishes ol the Hawaiian
people a to the pioposod annexation
of their countrj to their gieatfiiond
the United States.
"Thorofoio, We tho peoplo of the
Hawaiian Islands in mass meeting
assembled, taKo tins mode of sub
mitting our appeal aud expression I
of our unanimous wishes to the poo-
pie of oui great and good fiiend tho
liopublic of the United States of i
America, with whom we alvvajs en-1
tortained the most cordial relations,
whom we have learned to look upon
as our patious and most leliablo
protectois, and in whose honor, in
tegrity and sense of justice and
equity we havoovorconiidoutlj relied
for investigation into the grievous
wrongs that have been committed
against us as a people, against the
person of our soveieign and the
independence of mn laud.
"And while wo aie anxious lo pio
inote the closest tuid most intimate
political and commeicial lehdious
with the United States, we do not
believe (hat the lime has jot come
for us to be depiived of our nation
ality aud of our Sovereign bj annex
ation to auj foieigu lower,
"And theiefoie we do heieby
earnest Ij and sinceielj piny I hat the
great vv'iong committed against us
maj be lighted In the restoiatiou
of the independent nutoutuuj aud
Constitutional lioveiuiueut of our
Kingdom under our beloved Queen
Liliuokalaui, in whom wo have the
utmost confidence a a conscientious
and populai nilei."
Tho following coiuiuitteo was ap
pointed to picsoiit the memorial lo
j 1 Ion. .Iniues 11. 1 tluitnt to-daj :
1 Mussrri. J. Nuvvnhi, J. 10, llusli, J. A.
President for a Day.
Tho man who was Piesident of
tho United States foi a day was
David R. Atchison, an American
lavvjer, who died in Chilton Count j',
Mo." on the 2(5th of January, 18SI5.
Atchison was a Senator from Mis
souri aud was Piesident pro torn, of
the Senate on tho 4th of March,
1811). That day being Sunilaj-,
Zacharj' Taylor, who was elected to
succeed Polk, was not sworn in as
President until the following daj,
Mondaj", the ."ith. Bj' -virtue of his
ollico Atchison became President
for a day.
Fine Job l'riitthiji at the Hull tin Offiie.
Mr. David 31. Jordan
ol Edmeston, Jv Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure by UOOD'B
This is from Mr. D M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen yoaMngo I lml an nttuckof tho
Eravcl, aul liavo slneo been 'roubltU wltli my
Llvor and Kldnoys
pwlualiy growing worse. Ulirco yrara ago I
got ilown so lowtl. it E eoulil cnrcrlr wnlli.
I loot.cil moro lllto a cnniso I in a living tictaff.
I liml no apiictllo nmllor tho ucuUs I umj
noiliiuRb.n,-r.iil. I iwn it.ioly em u I Ueil
nml h id no luorm olor tliail innni ulo M.HUO.
Hood's HiriiurllU was rs niumvnilcil and I
thouBlit I vvoiili I to It. Heforo J bait llnlslicil
tl!S nVit lioiilo l liotli ml that I folt hotter, suf.
lerccl less, tho infliimuiotion or tnn uliin
drr InU HUlislilcil, tlio olor biR-in to ruturn to
my f.ito, and I l)fR o ff rl liuaCrr. Aftor
I Hail taken tliriohbottlnO couMta am , Ii liig
without liiirtliiu mo. NVIi. I sot so Jim Kry
that I had to e.it r. times a day, I have uow
fully recovered, llianki to
I feel will nud nra will. All who ItnoW
rno marv ol to aeo mo ho vvoll M. Juiuixy.
HOOD'S PILU8 oro tho licit nf lur dinner IUIIi,
uiltt dlKettlon. euro IwnUcUo tud LlUuutuont.
1 hulc uf 1 ii-iiiniit
ii' , lit .Mfclmnli'
Iniuiui' i .. S'd - Hull Jn-MllUltuW H'll-
lav) i:Vi;MN(l, hi ?.! Ii k. All iiikiii
Iii r- mn ruiuiM I in I tn iitO'ii I.
I'Kll iHIDUl! il 'iiMMHTbi;,
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Ve vvunl to cull the attention
ofour pnl rons lo n novelty vvliicli,
fiom the favor it litis boon ie
coived with, wo believe has come
lo stay and become an indispen
bihle article of gent's furni-diing.
A glanco at tho cut above will
show at once Iho superiority of
goods made in this manner ovei
tho-o heietofoie in vogue.
Sciavi.v'h V vti:.t Ki.amic
Si:m Di:awi:i:s are piovidcd
with an improvement consisting
of nu Ei.v.stic InsI'.iition at tlio
inner and outer -eams, which
civc-s ulii-ticil v in niovemont ant
coinfoit in (it. The dr.iwers aie
cut in liu'ine outlines ami all'on
the weaier all the ad vant aires of
knit goods, whilo tet.uiiinj; the
siipei iorc unfoit of woven faluic.
The l'.vir.M' Elastic Si:am,
which com i n mi i:ui:r.i:i:, ic
tains ii.- jjpringino-a and vear-
longer than the other poitiot
the (jraiment. It nmkoi llu
drawers conform lo the po-ition
of the weaier and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found thai these
Pati:nt Elastic Si: am Dkawkus
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow
sireatost freedom and case
motion. n tlio position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is pioducud on the main
poition of the goods, while the
clastic seams allow tho transfor
mation of the ligute as soon in
the position, which would ho im-pos-ible
in others without pio
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
Wo have now a complete slock
of the.se goods in all sit-s, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as ".I i: in"
to he the coolest and host adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say thai theio is "noth
ing new under tiie sun," hut the
fellow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "(lenl's Fur
nishings," (hey'io always mak
ing .something now in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
lccoivcd samples of, from the
manufactuior.s. it consists of
Gau.e, Balhriggan, or Silk Un
der Ciarments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho hi east and
hack lo protect the most vital
parts of the body fiom cold oi
chill. To tho many people who
cannot wear all wool gopds on
account of the irritation some
times felt, tho-o goods will ho a
gieat boon, as, while thoy will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton -fabric, the lungs and
hack will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From tho many
sentiments of uppioval vvu have
heard legiirding (hose goods we
boliuNo Ilium lo he a good thing
for our cliinide, and have placed
our oi tiers for a full stock,
which will he on .sale in about
i To un( pcl-oi desiling to sec
llio sample- which we have we
will lie iih used to show Ihciii.
ni:v ricuTi:i:n mpsi.ixb, ui!GAMn:s a. chamukics,
M'.W ntKXt H ALL-WOOL- l HAILLI:-, hirk grim ml clients;
WlllTi: A I'UINILU LINKS A. lltlSH LAWNS,
Ni:W 101 ION l'ONHlXS A- COT TON OUAITS,
New White tioods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: havi: Tin: vi:hy lati:st in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NLW 1.(11' OF Till:
Aihli nu Black Stockings
iCSF T In t- tire Ali-eluU'lv P.i-t Color uinl will nut Crock thev lire1 pronounced
20 lbs. W
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Your doctor '""'b' "VqiH'stod
will tell you (hw Store and .
it is the Samim.i: of the
A ihinty new book, 7Vie ISaby, b) the
best authorities on bab life, free to ecry
mother who semis her nddruss
TH0.MA5 LCn.MIN(I & COA1PANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
And requires only the addi
tion oi' Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Gts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Honolvil-ia, H. I.
aciflc Hardware Co, L'd
Cvmninliis' Block., Fort, Street.
& Lace Leather
in' vr.uv i!i'i:i:ioi! qiialii'v. vn invoiti: op
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
lo lOviiM.r.n: otu: lim: or sizi.i.
Said Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Oiant Na.il Fullers, Xjs,ria,t Swivels,
Tumor's Snips ceiicl Shoars,
Awls txi-xcl Tools, a-ai'den.
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc.,
IB. IF.. EKLERS &c GO.
S3 FORT STRB3E1T.
A!"li:it r.MCINO hlOt Iv ALL KINJis OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
W half the fornior imi,
"Velvet cSc Smyrna PJ.-u.gs
i In nil sits (,'riutly reduced
! Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost I
I W- in in. I t uili.r liiiuuii, tiirKiui, )i, (1l Doimrtiueiits.
;" Drassunkliin Undor tlio Mauauouiont ol MISS K. CLAIIK. SH
oO unit a month,
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