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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PKOM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mn.u
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45
Leave Pearl Olty I) :30 2 :30
Arrivo Ewa Mill 0:o7 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leavo l'carl Olty 0:55 11:15
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays oxceptcd.
Sides, Bun and Moon.
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Last muuter of tho moim on tho 7th nt4li.
Time Whistlo blow sat 111. 28m. Sis. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tliu sumo us Mil. Urn.
0s. of Uiccnwtcli tlmo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1893.
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Btnir Kuala from Walanao and Waialua
Sunday, June 21.
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Sttnr Claudino from Muul
Stmr Jamos Makee from Kauai
Schr Mahimahi from Walanae
Schr Luka from Koliala
Bohr Kawailani from Koolaa
Monday, Juno 5.
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Kooluu
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Bolir Moi Wahino for Hatuakua
Bohr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Liholiho for Kauai
Schr Kauikcaouli for Kohala
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr t! It Bishop for Makaweli, Kilauea,
Hanalei and ivalihiwai
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Claudino for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Makaweli at 5 p iu
Stmr Kaala for Kahuku and Punuluu
Stmr Waialoalo for Luhainu and Jlainakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kaala 2053 bags sugar.
Schr Kawailani U00 hags rice.
Schr Liholiho 830 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Makee 2030 bags sugar.
Stmr Waimanalo 15 calves and 800 bags
Stmr Iwalani 1017 bags sugar, 2 horses
and 25 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Claudinc 13U5 bags sugar, 133 hide-,
93 hogs, 99 bags potatoes, 79 bugs corn,
115 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 51o3 bags sugar, 150 head
sheep, 2 horses, 10 bdls hides, bO bags
bones, 25 pkgs sundries.
From Waianao, per stmr Kaala, June 3
H A Wideinann and family.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Juno 3
Dr M Goto, Dr Mouritz, D Dayton, D
Hitchcock, Mr Kane and others.
From Makaweli, per stmr Iwalani, Juno
3 Col Claus Spreckols, W G Irwin, H 1'
Baldwin, Adam Lindsay, Airs Stoltz ami
child, V Knudsen and 14 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, June 4
-cHon G N Wilcox, J H MoKenzie, Kev L
M Mitchell. Miss Hmes, Miss Julia Smith,
Mr 1' Keppler, H Hamburg, Mr Schultze,
3 Chinese and 34 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Juno 4
C E Colville, Mrs J S Kaleo, E 11 Bailey,
Sister do Sales, Miss M Nunos, MM Gruco
Allerdice, Mr Dune, J Blackball, Mr iterlo
witz, C Alania, E A Ako, Bev J 1' Kui, llev
Jiro Okabo, Mrs Smith and 2 children, Leo
Shou and 49 deck.
The American bark Amy Turner has
been moved out in the stream to uwuit
The steamer W. G. Hull will leave for
windward ports at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Tho steamers Mikahala, Iwalani and
Bishop leave for dillerent ports on Kauai
KAIA In Honolulu, Juno -I, of Inflamma
tion of tho bowels, Henry Kaia, Jr.,
aged 10 years and 0 mouths.
direction of Prof.
band, under tho
BorKor, will crivo
a public concort at Emma Squaro
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rendered:
March Dealer Faust
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
Euphonium Solo Rocked in the Deep
By Mr. J. Gomes.
Selection Piratea of 1'onzauco .Sullivan
Medley Yo Olden Times Buyer
Clarionet Solo Scenes that urn Bright
Bv Mr, 1). K. Naone. .
Waltz-Tho Viennese Czibulka
Galop Wally. . . . .Heim-dorf
Aroyou insured? If not, now is
tho timo to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Chainbur
lain'o Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Jtoinucly us an insurance against any
serious results from mi attack of
bowel complaint during the miininor
months. It iu almost certain to ho
needed mid should ho procured at
onco. No other remedy can taliu its
placo or do its work. J5 and 50
cent bottles for sale by all dealuis.
BeuHon, Hintth Si Co., ugunts for tliu
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LOOAI. AND GENERAL NEWS.
Glaus Sprocltols returned from the
Garden Islo yesterday.
Diamond Head, 0 p. m. Weather,
cloarj wind, frosh northeast.
Havo you scon tho linon lawn N.
S. Sachs is soiling at $1.50 a piece?
Tho P. G. baud will givo its usual
concert at Emma Square this evon-ing-
Mr. Manson, lately on tho Adver
tiser staff, is now reporter for tho
Tho Hawaiis and Kamohaniohas
will contest tho noxt canio in tho
league series I
Tho passengers by tho S. S. Gaolio I
from tho Orient woro released from
quarantiuo yostorda- afternoon.
Dr. GeorilTHmliiy, D D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Borotauia street, near Eninia. j
J. K. Kauepuu will roward tho
finder of his gold watch on it being
returned to him at tho Polioo Sta-'
Thero will bo a tug-of-war match
between the Kawaiahao and Kapuu-'
kolo teams at tho fishtnnrkot at 5:30
o'clock this evening, for a purso of
fifty dollars. I
The steamer Likeliko will take the '
Claudino's route noxt Tuesday, ,
while tho latter will go on tho Ma
riuo Railway to bo cleaned, prepara
tory to taking tho Kinau's route. i
llakalaau and Naukana woro son- ,
tonccd to uay fines of 815 each for ;
malicious injury in accidentally (?)
falling against a pinto glass window
of a Chinese restaurant on Hotel i
street Saturday after midnight. I
Tho steam missionary packet J
Morning Star will leave on her an- '
nual crniso among the South Sea t
Islands soino day tliis week. Sho ,
has already taken in a cargo of cases
of provisions, korosono oil and lum- '
Tho old ollico of tho Minister of j
tho Interior in Aliiolaui Halo is now
occupied bv tho Bureau of Immigra
tion and the Electoral I?egistr3 in
charge of Mr. "Wray Taylor, seero
tary to both subdivisions of adminis
tration. Isabella, a Portuguese woman, was
run in this morning for selling
liquor without a license. Isabella
was caught in tho act on tho slopes
of Punchbowl this morning soil
ing a bottle of Malaga wino to a
disguised native officer for fifty
Tho stores of two natives, Lui and
Mu, woro raidod on Saturday night
and a fow bottles of a now concoction
known as mango sw.ipos woro cap
tured. Tho stuff will bo sent to
Prof. Lyons to bo analyzed. It is
behoved to bo stronger than root
Prof. Fiuehwaldy, about whoso
honors in tho Orient mention has
already boon macto in tin paper,
will appoar in his
formances at the
will bo open at L,
The box plan
J. Lovoy's on
A good attoudaiico of mombors is
requested at the Borelania street
armory this evening, as tho mattress
on which tho wrestling will be done ' rosidont of these Islands about
is all ready. Tho tournament will ' twenty years. At the Lopor Settlo
tako placo on Saturday evening. A "iit ho was a regular subscriber of
novelty will bo tho neck tug-of-war ' tho Bulu.tix.
matches for cash prizes.
Sample shipmouts of Queensland I
pineapples, oranges, mandarin or
anges, bananas, arrowroot, also I
becho-de-mor and turtlo soups went
forward to Canada by the Miowora. '
Tho Warrimoo, iu addition to tho j
above, will probably briug trial lots
of frozen meat and dairy produce, i
Mr. W. S. Bartlott and wife leavo
by tho bark Albert for San Francisco
on Wednesday. They will bo missed
by a largo circle of friends. Mr. '
Bartlott is going into business at
San Franci-jco for himself, and
when established will be glad to -.eo
any of his friends from Honolulu.
The ollico of the Commissioners
of Crown Lands has been removed I
to tho old ollico of tho Clerk of tho '
Interior Depaitmcnt. Mr. C. P. '
Iaukea, Secretary oT the Board, was ,
told that his skull came iu ahead of
him. It was an old nioituary relic
that once held somebody's fivo
senses, which was removed with tho
official impedimenta. i
Tho Werlly ISttllrtin, published this
morning, contains full reports of the
Stiaugor's Friend Society's social,
tho Dynamite Scare Fako, Intorviow
with Mr. Ward of tho Canadian
Australian Steam Line, beside other
intorosting itoms. The Weekly Hut
letin is tho bo-t paper (o send to I
friends abroad, as it contains the '
only true record of current ovnnts. '
For sale at Hawaiian News Co.'s, T.
G. Thrum's, or at the Uclletix Of- ,
NATIVES WITH DOPE. '
Two Catches of Opium Mudo in Pos
session of Hawaiians.
On Saturday night a police ofiicor ,
stopped S. V. Maholona in n brake
and searching tho vehicle found fivo
tins of opium. Maholona was lockod i
Yestorday morning D. Xnhoolewa,
suspecting' tho nut ions of a native ,
woman named Waioahuluui, who
was on horseback near the one-mile
bridge, barred her way and had n
bundle which Mas on the "hnimulV
back taken off. On opening it six
tins of opium were found snugly
ensconced thorein. The woman
was on hur way to Kooluu, when
Sunday Gamo Diuturbutl.
i wo natives ami a Uliinamau weio
! enjoying a quiet game of can In
about 10 o'clock last uighl near the
King street bridge, whoa the man
ill blue walked iu ut tho door, nnd the
gaiiK'stois weio walked down lo the i
t'olicu Station for violating gaming
laws. Thih morning Mugihtiuto '
poster gave tliuin a I ut ol lus mind
and (Uncharged them. The iiunt
proiuisod never to do il aguiu.
MOVING OF THE P. O.
Formal Taking Possession of Iolani
Falaco by Ministers.
At 10 o'clock this morning Presi
dent Dole, Minister of Poroign Af
fairs; Hon. J. A. King, Minister of
tho Interior; Hon. S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance, and Hon. W. O.
Smith, Attornoy-Gouornl, marched
from Aliiolnni Halo (old Govern
ment building now tho Court Houso)
to Iolani Palaco (now tho Executivo
Building). Co. A, National Guard,
was drawn up as a guard of honor at
tho Court Houso, and Co. E per
formed similar sorvico at tho Execu
tive building. Tho Govornment band
was in attendance and played for an
hour. Thero was no coromony on
arrival at tho now capital. Prosidont
Dolo said a fow words to staff offi
cials of tho Departments in tho
Aftor tho ontry of tho Ministers to
thoir new official headquarters, tho
public was admitted to tho grounds
and tho building. Mail lauios and
gentlemen, with n miscellaneous
crowd of idlors of all nationalities,
took advantage of tho privilogo and
wandered at will through all tho
rooms that woro not lockod. Tho
disposition of departments in tho
Excoutivo building is as follows,
using old palaco designations for
Council chamber, in tho Throno
Finance Dopartmout, in tho Blue
Intorior Dopartmout, in tho Din
Foreign Department, Attorno
Genoral's Department, and Auditor
Gciieral's Ollico, in private chambers
Military headquarters and bar
racks, in tho basement.
Tho lato King Kalakaua's Hawai
ian and foreign military accoutre
ments in a cabinet attracted many
LEFT A FORTUNE.
Fivo Thousand Dollars to Maintain
a Bed in the Queon's Hospital.
A. Comiot died at tho Lopor Set
tlement, Molokai, on May 28. Ho
left a snug fortune of from 26,000
to 2G,( 00. The deceased was a na
tive of Havre, France. His will was
opened iu presence of Mous. Vizza
oua, acting French Commissioner,
this morning. It contains tho fol
"I givo and bequeath unto tho
Queen's Hospital of Honolulu, a
Hawaiian corporation, tho sum of
fivo thousaud dollars ($5000) for tho
porpdtual maintenance of a bod in
said hospital, said bod to always bo
at tho disposition of tho Consul or
Commissioner of Franco at Hawaii."
Tho will loaves 1000 to Father
Wondelin of the settlement, and the
income of all the remainder to his
kokua (helper), a fellow-couutrymau,
nt 4-ld- mil I Intmii liilh 1 j m A 4
i lit, , t-i Mil i iiiint'iii. ii ii i nil' ii i i in. nii
, u,0 doath of this devisee tho ostato
' w,n ho divided as follows: To tho
Catholic Sistors, SIOOO; Catholic
Mission, S1000, and all of tho re
mainder to a hospital in Havre,
where tho testator was educated.
Mr. Comiot was a waif, who, on re
ceiving an ordinary education from
charity, wont out in tho world and
did well for himself. Ho has been a
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Tho Trouble on Board tho Matilda
in February Last.
Patrick Conly, a sailor on the bark
Matilda, was arrested on a warrant
Saturday evening charged with tho
murder of Alfred Stovons, a follow
sailor on tho vessel, on tho night of
February 22d. As will bo remom
bered thoro was a fight on board tho
'.Matilda and three sailors took
chargo of her. Tho mon had a scuf
(le forward and noxt morning tho
man Stevens was missing. Tho bay
was dragged and iu tho afternoon a
diver from tho Marine .Railway was
sent down and found Stovons' body
at tho bottom near the bow of tho
vessel. An inquest was hold and a
verdict of "accidental drowning"
was rendered. The authorities havo
secured evidence which tends to show
that there had been foul play, hence
Conly's arre-st. The prisoner is
locked up in a cell.
Couly will appear iu tho District
Court at t):30 o'clock to-morrow
Honouring- of a Case Hoard but not
Decided by Judgo Sole.
A Mouritz vs. J. N. Ilao. Action
to quiet title. Hoard previously be
fore Justice Dolo, who never render
ed a decision. Now being heard bo
foie .Judgo Coopor. Kinuoy and
Monsarrat for plaintiff; ltosa for de
fendant. E. A. Jones vs. E. K. Norton. Mo
tion to dismiss. Judgo Coopor has
made the following rulings:
'Jurat is not Hiilliciont for two
roa'-ons: First, Affidavit of W. It.
Ciihtlo was on bohalf of Jones tho
assiguoo. Secondly, Tho jurat doos
not conform to liulo 8 of tho Court.
"Plaint iff has fivo days to file
amended jurat aud serve copy on
defendant. Dofondaiit has ton days
"Bill is not dismissed. Plaintiff
to pay cohtrt of motion."
W. 11. Castle for plaintiff; J. A.
Mugoou for dufondaut.
Clearing Uangorouu Stones,
Charles Henry of tho Hoard Board
at Kooluu, and a gang of six men
are at work clearing the stone pro
jecting from tho bide of tho Pali
blopiih. Tho roadway where tho
water basin is has been filled up,
One man i stationed at the top of
tho I'ali and one at the bottom to
wain people of the falling stones,
The other four men are suspended
from the dill' on the side of the
I'ali with tools breaking thu stones,
lluiiiy uxpools to finish .the job this
Orosconts Suffer Thoir Second
Dofoat from tho Hawaiis.
Tho Orosconts woro simply out
played in tho game with tho Ha
waiis on Saturday afternoon. Angus
pitched for tho Crescents and dis
tinguished himself by holding tho
opposing team down to three runs
for sovon innings, Pryce, Willis nnd
Davis boing tho only smashers. Knao
pitched unsteady ball for tho Ha
waiis, with tho result that Lucas and
Lishman covorod tho plato iu tho
second inning, Willie and Chan.
Wildor in tho thirdj Lemon iu tho
fourth, Lucas again in the fifth and
Ross and Wildor iu tho sixth. Thoro
tho Croscouts stuck contented, until
tho deceiving Hawaiis took a shine
out of thorn in tho eighth inning.
In the latter inning every maujnek
of tho Hnwaiis scored a run amid
groat outhusiasm." Threo baso and
two-baggers woro as numerous as
tho provorbial flios. Palmor Woods
started tho game by a three-base hit,
and what must Pryce do but follow
suit and later on Thompson per
formed tho samo feat. Tho Cres
cents failed to score again, thoroby
tmviug tho gamo to me Hawaiis,
score vi to 8, with an inning to spare
for tho latter.
Palmer Woods wont into tho box
in tho sevonth inning and pitched a
steady gamo. Although tho Hawaiis
played rather poorly at first thoj
loomed up towards tho end and tho
way thoy straightened out Angus'
curves was a caution. Tho Oros
conts played a careful gamo and if
Angus hadn't broken down they
would havo been iu it with both
toes. Acrobat Willie Wildor by a
Graoco-Roinan manoeuvre managed
to bo hit by tho ball threo times and
took his bases ovory timo. Chris.
Holt fielded well, pulling down threo
difficult Hies. Li.sliinau and Sopor
played thoir usual good gamo.
Saved My Wife's Life
Jo7m w. Jonca
" Of my own tree v. ill ami accord, unWased by
anyone, aud wishing onlj to do good to the .
afflicted, I wish to tell of tho good qualities of
Hood's Sarsaparllla and Bond's Tills. I think
there are no niedlcinci cnuM lo them, and have
proved their nicilt bv cxiieiicnce in mv own
family. My wife, Rachel, li.u hern unllctcd
with weakness, nervousness, and salt rheum. I
spent nearly .-ill that I had of tills world's goods
1 or doot ir'.s hills and meiliciun until we decided
to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Crave.
Tho salt rlicum has entirely i.calcd and she Is
rrMorril to rooiI hrnlih. I line many
friends and relatives iu tho east who will bo
glad to know that
nuuu t Wdirjj
Has cined my wife,
John W. jovna,
HOOD'S PILLS rth best aftfr dinner IM1U,
aitlit digestion, cure headache. Try u 1)0 1. 25c.
To Lot or Iioaso.
COTTAGE ON KING
Street, containing Par-Dining-rooni,
1 lor, jJiutng-
I rooms, liathroom, etc.; alo
I Curriago llmi-t) and Stables. Desirable
. locality. 1 rniiicars puss every half hour.
Rent moderate. Apply to
7IVtf J. F. BOWLER.
I BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
LADY AND CiENTLE
imiii require Furnish
ed Cottage or Suite of
Rooms with Board. Drv
locality preferred. Probably
Apply "V. !.,'
BiJM.ETlj. Ollico. 713-at
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
Htreet. with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
one of tho Uncut views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE TO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital; nix
Rl Nuuanu nt,, Hoot & Shoe store.
ONE BLOCK FROM HE
retaulu street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Utrgo
Lot. Stable and Chicken Hotii-o.
E. It. HENDRY.
tit Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s ttore.
STORE AND HALLS FOB LEASE.
rpHEMAUKA STOKE IN
JL Foster Block, Nuuanu
street near .Merchant, van
ho leased for a teiiu of
soars. Also, Two Dcsirablu Halls on the
Upper Floor suitable for lodge purposes.
Apply to W. FOSTER.
Notice of Trade Mark,
"MIE OWNERSHIP OF THE NAME
"COLORADO" us uitu oil toM ntiral
Lubricating Oils. Iiiivuu; neen iibsleued to
the iiiiderilgued, it Corporation doing ImM
uorts under tliu l-iwn ol tliu Hawaiian Ik.
IiukIk, the public Is hereby uotllled that Mich
iiamu him been RculMerod lu the Ollico of
tho .Minister of the liitmlnr lu a honk pro
vided fur tliu purp'i'i'.
Dealer aru cuutioiied against ollurlng for
tliu a Lubricating Oil under till uaiiie,
"TltK Coi.oitwiu oil," except that pur
chased through uh.
THE H.WVAUAS HAHDWAItECO.,
U17 i'urt HtrtHit, Honolulu.
June 1, ItttJ. 7UuV.'IU
SEYENTH ANNUAL MEETING
Tuesday, July 4, 1893.
Races to Commonco at 10 O'clock Sharp.
1st HACE-Sl'HKCKELBVII.LK PUHSE
Running ltace. K-MHe Dnih. For
Hawaiian Bred HoravH.
2n KACE-WAILUKU rUKSE-lOO.
Free for all.
Ji-Mile and Repeat.
3i BACE-HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
& SUGAH CO.'S PUUSE-J100.
Trotting and Pacing.
Hot 2 in 3 to harness.
1 Milo Heats.
4th RACE WAIKAPU PURSE ?75.
Running Race. Ji-Mllo Dash. For
Hawaiian Bred Hor.-es.
5tii RACE KULA PURSE-150.
Running Race. -Mile Dash.
Ponies 11 hands or under, to carry
Tir RACE-KAHULUI PURSE-$125.
1 Mile Dash. Free for
7th RACE-WAIHEE PURSE-J175.
Trotting and Pacing. 1 Mile Heats.
Best 3 in 5, to hai ness. Free for all.
Horsoswitha record of 2:30 or better,
to carry 180 lbs.
8th KACE-LAIIAINA PURSE-JIOO.
walian Bred Homes.
!)th RACE 1IANA PUUSE-125.
Trotting and Pacing. 1 Milo Heats.
Best 2 in ."i to harness. Kor all Hor.ses
without a record of 3:00 or bettor.
10th UACE (JUEEN L1LIUOKALANI
CUP Punsr. $150.
X'i Milo Dash. Freo
Utji RACE-MULE RACE-Pur.sk $10.
Running Race. Ji-Milo Dash,
weights. Free to all.
12th RACE MANA CUP Purse $12.r).
Running Race. 114 Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian Bred Hofrcs.
13th RACE-SWEEPSTAKES, $25 E
ASSOCIATION ADDS, $25.
Doublu Team Race. Trotting and Pac
ing. 1 Milo Heats. Best 2 in 3. To
bo driven by Members ot the Associa
tion. All Entries close ut 12 o'clock noon ou
THURSDAY, Juno 2.'. MU, nt the Ollico
of the Secretary, and all Entrance Foe are
10 Percent, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to bo run or trotted under tho
Rules of the Association, and all Horses
are expected to start unless drawn by 12
o'clock noon MONDAY, July 3, 1803.
SCARF AND BREASTPINS.
Be uuick and get one before they
are all sold only a few left at
7l3-3t Mulnerny liloek, Fort streot.
Championship of the Hawaiian Islands
TO TAKK I'l.AfK
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
Nook Tufj-of-War Tournament
FOR CASH PRIZES.
tW Entries now open to all uoiuortt.
Weight, M lbs. and not encoding lbO lbs.
FItUIT ohowers :
ALL POMOI.001STS ARE
uuure that all colors, slianes and
foruiH can be put ou the mine stock. 1'or
Inntancci, nil Mud of Citrus will llourlnh
on the Orange Stock, o. g., Lemons, Lllurx.
(lialige.Kliaililool.s.i'li'. The undersigned
U prepared lo perdu in Dialling. Budding,
elc, on all Mnd of Fruit and other Trees,
llilght eradicated In sixty hours, not ex.
terii.tlly, but Internally, and for u fow
cents only. Address
Hue Job l'rintin) u( iht llulhlin Ojjkr,
Hawaiian Flag Badges
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Btreot, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs)
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Ellects I'retty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In l'ink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and Blaokj
FINE naUUEI) MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Gingliums, Brocaded .V: Plain Chattihric,
j. Eider-down in l'ink, Cream and Baby
l'olku Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In Plaids, Olieolcs and Stripes.
Come and tco tho White Goods wo are telling nt 7, 0 and 5 yards for f 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at "Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As I like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
GDRY GOODS ST0Re"P 1
TRUNKS . AND . VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
4 7 5 "FORT STREET " 7 5
NEW GOODS !
IB. IB BHLERS Sc GO.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLOREI)-.Iust suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO PHOO PONOEE-OREAT NOVELTIES
Silk.a.lin and. "Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria aud Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
t?r Dressmaking Under tho Management of MISS K. GLARE. J3
PER BARK "C. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till! LATEST PATTKUM.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tho latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
WESTERN AY Ktt'S
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE. BY
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King street, opjio. Costlo A Cooke.
" 3ST E s: T ! "
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(NusitliNir to Mtirgiin'mtiutiloii rooiiii
Figured Irish LawnB.
NEW GOODS !
1 Furnished Hou-e at Palaina near Re
formatory School $2 per Month.
1 Cottage on Beretanln Street $A5 ier
1 Cottage on lleretanla Street 20 tier
1 Cottage on lleretanla Street, opposite
3 Stores ou Nuuanu Street, near Bero
11 Building Lots and 3 Fish Ponds on
the road to Walkikl.
House anil Ixit on Berotania street near
Pensacoln. I,ot aw feet frontage and
110 feet deep.
Al-o, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
L'. BOA RDM AN,
FOR SAI1?, t
llceoiiiinuuilcd specially by CoiuiiiIb
hioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
FOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HTJDDY,
... DEISPTIBT ....
Oimi-k: llcrutaiilu street ncur Eninm.
Orui'c Hucn': Ii a, m. to ft r, m.
60 tvnM a month.