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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
l-MtOM AND A.KTER JUNK 1. 1MB.
LOO ALi AND OKNEUAIi NKWH.
Criekot practieo match this after
nooti. Tlio F. G. band plays at Emma
Square this afternoon.
To Ew Mi li.
Leave Pearl Oity . . .
Arrive Ewn Mill...
Lenvo l'carl City..
STONE CAUGHT AT 1IILO.
A. Saturdays only.
C. Hundiivs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon,
nv c. j. i.-yonh.
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C 3 II) J 15 '.I ii 8 fid,
a 4i o n
5 11 li l. 1 2
5 15 G 11 2 D
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a fi G '.i 4 i;
Hi 3 30, 3 3D 0 4.-i II .10 5 Ti C 8 5 II)
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10 4 15 3 4VI0 3.") 10 13 5 40 7 0 21
New moon cm the nth at 8h. .1.1m. p. m.
Time Wldstlu blovvsi lit IIi.'Jnii. .lis. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tin: mime lis Uli. Um.
Us. of tliccnwlch time.
TEE DAILY BDLLHM
SATURDAY, SEPT. 0, lS'.Cl.
Saturday, Sept. 0.
Btnir C H Bishop from Waialua, Waianao
Stmr KInau from Maui ami Hawaii
Stmr Hawaii from Hamakua
Stmr Mokolii from Molokui
Stmr Kaala from Kahuku and Punaluu
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Waialeale for Lahaina and Hamakua
Look out for special bargains
next week at N. S. Sachs'.
Study llio changes inatlo in S. 12.
Bnarriinnii' property list.
Diamond Head, i'2 in. Weather
clear; wind, light northeast.
Nifjht prowlers are leporled in
the vicinity of Thomas Square.
Fivo thousand fresh akulra were
brought from Molokui ou tho steam
er Mokolii this morning.
Dr. R. Oliver nnived from tho
Knlaupapa Leper Settlement on the
steamer Mokolii this morning.
Mr. J. S. Walker calls for tenders
by noon Monday, for repairing the
steamer Waimaualo lately st landed.
II. B. M.'sTwiid Swan will short
ly lolieve tho Garnet at Vietoua.
The Waispile will rcliovo the
Triumph at Quoenstown. j
Stamp collectors can obtain at the
Bulletin ollieo printed stamp sheets
for Hawaiian postal stamps in cpian-
titles to suit, lroni one up.
The trial of Tanaka and thirteen I
others, charged with tho murder o
a Japanese at Ewa Plantation, has
been continued until Kept. 11th. j
Whilo a lanky-looking Chinaman
was enjoying a quiet opium smoke
this morning, Ullieers Keanae and
Logan entered and before ho could
rise ho was nabbed. .
Wong Tai i'oon, a Chinese mer
chant, was anestud this morning on
a charge ot embezzling tho sum of
05, tho properly of Charles Cieigh
ton, on or about March 28th. j
Tho steamor Kinau did not biing
any sugar this tiip, but an unusuall.)
huge uu in bur ot pas.-ongeis came
down on her. The list includes a i
number of childien rutuining to
The Healaui and Myrtle Baseball '
clubs meet at tho League gioinid i
this afternoon. The clubs iuhcnt
tho rivalry of tho boat 01111); of tlie !
same name, au a game lor uloou is
A Chinese hack dtivor was found
guilty of violation of carnage regu
lations by uot carrying u light on
his vehicle after daiiJ, and sentoneetl
to pay a Hue of S3. Tlio liack was
found ou Queen stieet by a Pinker-ton.
Tho Toiulnr Passion Led Him Into
I Anion" I ho an it ids on tho steamer
Kinau iioni Hawaii this motuing, '
was RiehuiTr?"lono, a member of the
J'. U. army, who gained notoiiety
by UU escapade with the police. '
Stone hol a native police ollicor in
the shoulder in tlio Pantheon Saloon
doting u M'rimmngf one night, and
, was sentenced in the ( iieuit Court
'to several lnoiit hi' imprisonment at
harrl labor. After serving a short
j tinii) he took leg bail from a prison
gang engaged on the road at 1'itnch
, bowl and li, -tetania stieet, and it
'was known at I lie time (though
I denied in the Government press)
, that he was harbored in tho bar
i rnek. The barracks were net or in
i vailed by (ho police .nit hoi it ic-, con
sequently Stone had an eay time
of it, hing ou good P. G. grub.
Finally one day he was sneaked ou
boaul of the Hawaiian bail; U. P.
Hit hoi, houu.1 for San l-'iaueisco,
and thus e-eaped the country. In
S.in Finuei-eo Stone met William
, llruett, a sailor belonging to the
Ratio Flickinger, who pleaded guilty
to a charge of burglai v, and while
awaiting seiileneo UM-.ipcd over the
Police Station w.dl. They congra
tulated one another and tln had
quite a little tune.
Tln'io was o.ie thing which was
botheiing Stone' mind all the time,
and i hat was a Poitugm-o girl he
had loved and left behind him in
Honolulu. Ho did not hao enough
money to fend Tor her. lie had a
few dolhui with him and that was
all. So alter weighing all the chances
he decided t( wink hi- parage to
Lido, Hawaii, and li to .-ceiuo em
ployuient on M)ini) of the planla-lion-,
while throuirh the mad he
could noiily thi "giil of li i -? heart"
of in whetenhout-. Stone looked
Tha Bnultrupt Boston Will of C. V.
I von Mongorsen.
i In the returns of Francos M.
' Nicoll, proprietress Boston lunch
rooms, bankrupt, tho liabilities are ,
shown to bo S320.2L, and assets S200.
1 Creditors are to prove their accounts
and elect an assignee ou Monday.
Bertha von Mengorson, widow of.
Curt Philip von Menger-en, late of
Kukuihaelo, has filed in the Circuit .
Court a petition for tlio probate of
hor husband's last will and testa- '
incut. Mrs. von Mongorsen is the
sole devisoo and legatee, and no ex
ecutor is named in tho will. There
fore she prays that F. A. Sehaefor of
Honolulu bo appointed executor
without bond. Tho estate is entire-1
ly of personal property, being 10 '
shares Pacific Sugar Mill par value
$10,000, 20 shares Tlonokaa Sugar
Co. par value S2000, and cah, notes, I
etc., of &1520, the wholo tabled at '
SHV20. Tho petition states that
the late Mr. Mengorson wa 57 yeais
of age, and that his heirs at law and
net of kin are as follows: Baron IL
von Mengersen. n brother, lesiding
at Helponsen, Hanovor, Germany; i
Baron August von Mongeien, a
brother, residing at Eperk's Hunga
ry; iMrs. von ISiescliei, n si-ter, re
siding in Germain, and Mrs. von
Biaiiilis, a sister, residing at Han
over (city), Germany. Monday, Oct.
i), is appointed for liiearing tho peti
tion. The deposition of L. Ahlborn,
witness to tho will, will be taken on
Tuesday next. F. M. Hatch repre
sents the petitioner.
Bruce Cartwright, as administra
tor of the estate of Eli?a Wood Holt,
has filed his first and liual account,
showing receipts of $l,Mo. 78, bal
anced bj' oxpendituies of the same
amount. Hearing i- appointed for
i nrni n;
Leads the Way ! jjj
For Tins W eek Only !
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
Cargoes from Ibland Ports.
Stmr Kinau 21 head sheen. IS
bales wool, b) uacs bones. 8 bbla poi
8,' bags earn, lU bags potatoes and L 0
Stmr Mokolii 100 sheep, 10 calves, 1 hoe,
0 li"gs, tO bngs taro, 40 hides, oOtO iresh
Stmr Hawaii 1019 bags sugar and 45 head
abuiit for a cssol bound for lido,
and found this baikeitiiuo Amelia.
He slopped on thi-. ti--el under the
name ot Myei-, not dreaming for a
moment th 1 1 he would be iccogui.ed
at llilo. Tlie .Vmt'lia amed at Hilo
on S -pt. .", and ju-t as (he anchor
had hi en dropped Sheiill Williams
and .mother oliicer boanled the ves
sel. Miois wiii iiinneclialcl) recogniz
ed a-thec-capee IJicliaid Mone, and
v;.s arn'ite I. neu the lCinau ar
med ho was put on board and
brought to Honolulu.
neu Stone i-, leitiriied to hi old
i quat'ieii at O dm Pti-ou he will have
a veiy congenial companion in the
pei -on oi li'win, the crown jewels
i thiel who, ou his trial, tiled to throw
j the guilt ou hi.- then ab.-ent coin
i lade. Stone s'iu I hat when ho was
j at liberty he went to l!yan's room
I and found .-evcial diamonds in his
box. This statement is interesting
Saved My Wife's Life
Tho sale of hoises at the Club
Stable; Iv .T. 1 Mnri'iin fit nnini In-
day was well attended aud tho pi ice ' in iew of the angry denial from tho I
ranged lrotn W. to alUo. bixteen
horses in all woie disposed of. Tho
buggies were also sold, but therowa1
no bid for tho wagonette.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau.
SeptM Volcano: J V Jones, ."uiss Hame".
JlnGK Wilder, W J i'oon, W J rae-nr,
Win Will fine, way ports: MNses L Hupai.
M Kiciiar.tson, 1. Sjlimilt, b'islier, Auitin,
Kycroft, L Pilipo. H Lee, K l.ee, H Clark,
Kuneliaku, Kvu Parker, M Ut. Kditli Bond,
Woods, Mabel Wood", Maud Woods, l.uey
Woodst and Ellen Holt; K Hajiai, Wm
Beriowitz, A Fernandez, Masters L Cami
rlo, J Vannaita and Wm Vannatta; K W
Maby, C Y Aiona, John Young, i'.ter Lee,
Master M Lee, Win Kittle, Tanner I'.irker,
Sam Parker, Masters Sam Smithies and
Alex May, ItevTimotco, Ur Mori, Masters
K and H Holstcin, K Madden, C 11 L'.iirer,
K C Itond, Kobt Bond, Master K Timoteo,
Mrs J A Kennedy and son, J P Parker mid
wife, Mrs JD Cobkett and uliild. U P Iau
kea and son, Mrs T Hughes and 2 children,
C M Slociim, M J Borua, Jr. Master H
Holt, I) H Kahauielio, C F Huiner and
wife, and 112 deck.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolii, Sept 9
l)r Oliver, Miss Klliot, Dan Ljons, Jr, F
Beekley and 15 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
C & A R S Warrimoo, from Vancouver, 11
O & O ti ti (Jlilna, Senbnry, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept 13
OSS Muripca, Hayward, fioin tho Colo
nies, due ,-ejit 21
OSS Alameda. Morsefrom San Francisco
due Sept 2"P
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Conuelo, from San Fianeisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Ger bk Paul lsenberg from Liverpool, due
Haw bk Manna Ala, from Sjn Francisco,
due Sept. 25
Am ship 'lopgallant from Port Blakcly
Vossels in Port.
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Albert, Grilliths, from ban Fran
clbco Jtr schr Norma, Macquarric, from Yoko
hama S S Australiu, Houdlette, fiom San Fran
cisco Am l-nistd sclir Alice Cooke, Pcnliallow,
from Port Uu" hlo
Am hktuu Iring.ird. Schmidt, from hycuu
Am bhtnn Discovery, C'brlstlanren, fioin
Am bk A Idea Jlosne, Friis, from San Fran-ci-.co
Mr. Geo. C. B"ckley leturned on
the steamer Kinau this morning,
altera ilyiug trip to Lahaina, hav
ing left only yesteidny ou t he steam
er Mikahala. There will bo a meet
iug between Mr. Ueckley aud the
members of the Hawaiian National
Band to-monow eeuiii'r.
banack- of t he Bi'r.Lr.Ti.'s news t hat
hi one was haib ned theie.
Stone ivni In ought u)i hi tho Dis
tiict Com i tin- moiuing, and Ids
ca-e .-el lor S',')t lit li.
i KATIVr. I'ISIIEItM'V.N DHOWNED.
Tancuku, ,tulj 21, 18:0.
W. S. l'ALMKH, i:sij., Kngineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. I'ucillu Co.
Ijiwi that the oil ri-.wim vitiflt Ins )iiq
nifiit thiin thtttnl to imike a paint iif the re
ruiiitc ruirriim ami firruitiiiy tutuitief. let)
11)2. of u bite le id will take uu more than 1
to i gals, of linseed, whilo in my priming
coat, I get even belter re-ults witliUlolO
gallons of Lueol, and In my M'cond coal
with 7 to 8 gallons of l.ucof to 100 lbs. of
li .id. This means n very material saving
(.Iioni one-third io one-half) in the amount
of pigment neces.-.iry to cover a given sur
face. In in roof color I useil Ipso than 100 lbs.
of "uai "paint" (.Princes Metallic ground in
oil) whore a roof of this size lias alwajs re
quired 2U0 Ibi. of car paint with liiisue'd oil.
1 inlvd my roof color witb 18 gallons uf
l.ui'ol lo the UJ lbs of pigment and got a
better bod of color than I eer got with
les thiin one-half thai number of gallons
of lin-ied. 1 give jou -imply the fact" but
1 cannot understand or explain thrin,
i lie diving ipialitie- ot the new oil are
pel feet. Tlio pr,1111; nm( with white lead,
dried trong aiid hind inside of 21 hours.
'1 In. lir-t co.u for -and took the "and fieely,
liriuly nuil in larger quantity than lin-eed
mid dried lurd inside of -I hours. The
mcoikI coal of boibj color and trimming
ill led tlinroiij.'lily without tack inside of 21
hour-. It covered perfectly and dried with
a line -.month snrlucc entirely free fnun
wiiuklc-aiid blisters, mid bore out remark
ably well -o .1" to develop a lino lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten witli two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread 011 the
roof was mixed with raw I.ucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
ih.it only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered peifecllv
11111I did not run. The -ccoiid coat of sand
Liest Quality SatccnR, plain and (Igurod.
Fine Quality .Flmvori'd and Striped Mull
Fancy Dress (Tinghams, striped and
Yards for 1.00
(3 Vards Cor SI .00
. .S yards.
light and dark ground;
entire line 0
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
acs3 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
lilted up solidly, taking up a larger ottan-
titi of smd more eveiin tlian 1 have ever
gotten ou to linseed.
SSV- 'Sf :
of His Coin-
Matthias llatnauku and Miss Ellon
Ku, tho latter a late Kawaiauao
bemiuary scholar, worn to bo mar
ried at lfeeia, Koolaupoko, this
morning. After tho tmg of the
knot thoro was to bo a gland luati,
A number of people intend leaving
Three nativo fishenuen Pehu, j
Mil and LV.ihi lelt tho l'ishmarket 1
on Tue-d.iy in A!e. Smith's sloop
lo go li-hing out iido Koko lleari.
The lislu-i iiien called in by appoint
ment ;il Maunaliia ami picked up
two other ii.'itiv- li-heimi-u, Xahina
lau and Monolo. 'i'ln- .tddition made
the p'uly con-ist ol Cue mjiiIs. Thej
?ui TJ. .7l!C3
" Of my own free w 111 a 1 accord, unbiased by
Anyone, and wliliing oi.iy to do roi il to t'.io
ctillctcil, 1 wish to tell o! IJio good finalities of
Hood's Karsainr.lla and Ito.-d s Mil. I t'.ilnl:
there aro no incillcliici oriii-l to then, and liao
nroicl tii.-lr inciit liv cpcilcnco li mv cwn
la-uly. Aly v.lfe, l.aclirl. Ins been nl.llclcd
A.illi .eanes-.. ncnoaaic-;. raid s. It ilim.in. I
spent ucaily r-ll t ial I had of UlU v.mld's i;ootl-i
for doctor's I.1II1 and ru-illcino until v e decided
to try Hood's S.u -.uiiaillla. It unilnubte 1 ly
Saved r.ly Vifo From tho Cravo.
Tl-o salt iliei.n lias cnt'icly l.calcd n-iil slio Is
rc-lon-d ro kooiI hcnlih. I h o nany
frirmli and i"Mui.s iu tlio ea-it who will bo
glad to Know that
The i.ucol has eilecled a saving of 215
I lbi. of pigment or nearly oue-thini of the
' amount usually required for a building of
I this size.
1 With respect to tlio general uppenrancu
of the nnishid work, I must collies- that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and it the oil wears as well at
Tancred as it has worn with the M.i-ter
j Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at b.icraiucnto,
i there cm lie no question nbovl the bL'L'K
KRililTY uf Li'col oier lit feed, etea ut the
Mime price per tinlttm, in I.CUNUJl) ,(1()01)
I.OUhs nml in DUKAIlILITY.
higiu-ilj W. 11. Mi:i,IA'S,
Foiciiinn Piiinter, Southern Pacific Co.
t-Jifciitk H um&
Robiusou Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Botkol StreoL
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNSrVE ASSOKTMF.NT OF
A - sr l
, wk&t iv:i Chiffoniers.
Antique Oak nSlll&gli, Sideboards,
Bearoom Suits, tj
for tho nlaco to ioin in tho festivities .-et sail on odiip-day noon, taking
this aftornoon. i a cpiantity ol poi to Inst them two
I das. Tho fi-lieiuien went as far as
Moro about Aermotors will bo , aunaiialo, li-lnng all tho way.
fouud in the Hawaiian Ilardwaie The made a goudly catch and start
Co.'s column to-daj Also mention . 0d fo return to town about noon
is made of some m-oful ai tides for ' w.si,.,,.-,.-. It wms daik when thev
ITai citied l-iy
JOUN V.'. .lONTs.
I lOOD'.'J PlLUC ro t'lu best after dinner fill,
usJ:.t (1 aotlon, euro heaiUclio. Try a box. SJC.
II011HON, NEWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian 1-dutids.
preventing burglaries. Mechanics
aud housekeepers will find besides
soino interesting information in the
same place. This house is always
ahead of the times.
with board at Hani-
Booms to Jot
Hoot Boor on draught at l'eii.-on,
Smith k. Co.'a.
For Now Silks and Lufants
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucunibor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith iV Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu-
cumbor Touie. Benson, Miuth .v Co.,
reached a point henond Jlauauma
cote. Whilu thev wuie sailing aloii'
the sloop shipped a lingo sea, audi
cap-ized. Tho fishermen were sent I
sprawling into the sea. They tiied I
to keep together, but another wave
wa-hed Mil tiwaj fiom the test, and
he tvas drowned. Tho lumainiiig I
four swam a-hore, binding at liana
tuna. Tho accident happened when
the sloop was about one mile oil t
The four survivors lrid a haul
swim fur their live.-, and weic fairly
cxhau-tcd when they landed. There l Imported JerSCV COW.
is a iei-1 bonieiing the llauauuia ' v VJ
shore aud the men wore sct.ipcd by ; n. I. MI,M'',
the nick-!. They intend returning1 Wt-tf ai T. H. Pavich .V Co,
to town l his evening,
Alii, tho ni'iii wlio w.i- drowned,
1 Family Carriage Horse, "'"
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
IN T1IK flltl'I'IT COl'IlT 01-' Till-:
Kirst Circuit, Hawaiian Islnnds.- In
' ll.inkruptcy. In the matter oi the i: tate
of Krances'M. Nicoll, of Honolulu, Oahu, a
i Creditors of the said bankrupt are hen-
j In uotillid to i nine in and prove their
' debts before such Judgi; of the ( ircilit
Court of the l'irst Circuit as shall be it-
' ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the Uth day of September, l-'U,
I between the hours" of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the -aid day, and
elect un As-igni-e or Assignees, of the said
' lly the Court:
i oi:o. I.UCAS,
I 820-nt Deptiu Clerk.
rpin: undi:i:sioni:i) having ih:i:n
X. appointed Assignee of the lS.tnkruit
instate oi ueorge lions, oi w iiiiuku, .aui,
by the Hon. A. N. Kepoikai .ludgeof the
' Cucuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
gises notice loall per-ous having claims
against the s-aid ilmikruiit K-tate to jire-
! sent tho same to said Circuit Court for
verilicatiou within si mouths or they will
1 be forever barred.
I JOHN KICHAHDPON.
' Assignee of the llnnkriipt Kstale of George
Dated at Wailukti. Maui, Sept. 1, 1H0.I.
1? 'X&MJ Vir, pto FlP
Wardrobes, Kfattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCOND-IIAND OU DAMAGUD GOODS Ki:iT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Struot, oppo. Bclliel Street.
HK1.L TKI.KPHONK f2.r). - B IV Ml'TUAl, Tni.l-U'HONK tM5.
''- - - . ,:5rfirS.-,:?n'l(i.VTl?llir IHT'DWITiTDIr
Dr. IM. Aloore, dentist, has ie-' the pohc foi.-e. Ho leave.- a wile . 1,1 I I I I I I IA II i
moved his ollice to xVrliugton House, , jul ,,,, child..-,,. Alu vva, very pop,.-, JJ H X U ItlllX U XLXi
Hotel street Parlor Ho. j lar with his lellow fuhciinen at tho
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
COALM UNCUS ON
THURSDAY, AUCTST 3, 1893.
The dredgrt has moved lo about tvven'tj
yards oil Urevver's wharf, where it is work
The steamer Waialealu will leave for La
haiiia, Houokau aud Kukuihaelo ou Mon
day at noon.
-- Tho sighting of tlio Oermnn hark J. C,
Oluilo off Waliuanalo yesterday iilternoon
seems to have bten a ni.vtli, as to-day she
is nowhere to be seen. Lookout Peterson
at Diamond Head lepurts nothing in sight
at noon to day.
A number uf native fl-hurinen returned
from lishlug oil Koko Htad earlv litis
inorniug vviih n heavy cutcli. Tho I hitie.se
flshormeu are coiiiented with mullet fi-h-Ing
In the hurlior, IJxperiemeil initive
tl-nt-riuen have discarded uiullel ll-dihig
altogutln-r. uinl conline thcmselviis to 11. h
lug oil" Koko He id.
For a lamu back or for a pain in
tho nido or ohobt, try saturating a
piece of llaiinul with Chamberlain's
rain Balm and binding it onto the
atTootod parts. This treatment will
cure nnv ordinary case in one or two
days, l'ain l'aliu also euros rlmum
atism. CU cunt bottles for sale by
all dealora, Ikmsou, Smith & Co,,
kgonti for tin Hnwaiian Inlands.
Dr. Geo. II. limldy, D. D. S,, has
removed his ollice from King nt net
to lierotania street, near ICiiiina.
Do not forget the time when you
can ring up jn. r. uuigens to go
your work. Watch his ad., till nine
in the morning. ALutual telephone
If your piano wants to be tuned,
plea'o romoinbor Chr. lleiskaul, cei- j
tificated piano maker aud tuner,
I'enhallow house, o)j)o-ito St. An-
d row's Church, I'eiotauia si reel. I
.Mutual telephone (ill,
Tlio laigest hUMinboat in tho
woikl was launched week bcfoio In-t
fioin the yaids lormeily owned by
John Hoach at Chester. Venn. It is
lit) feet long ami has oj water-tight
i-iiinparttiii'ul-. It is a si-u-r ship to
the I'uiiidii, I'lv month, 1'iovi'Ieiieo
aud 1'ilgiiin of the I 'all Kiver line.
j. :e:o:f:p &, co.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
75"IoR,I, STi?tiiiisT 75
'invi'L -. m Ai!Ki:n "h:n-
ikiiiiu '' oii'-i V iiimaiialn,"
I ,ii ill.-1-. he. ol th - unde-- j
inoi viiimi , v-ic-ui'icr 1 Rini.'.itn.Mtii.s,
Tho P. G. band will give a pub
lic concert at Emma Sipiaiu th.s
afternoon at 7:3U o'clock. The fol
lowing program will be Hindered:
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-ijllt.l uu li I
liih. fur H em n.' tin ii iiin-i- "Wanna-
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lir- Nyt i i in I to me pt l in nw t or .
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-- AT Hill 1 VMOl'H m'I'OKI; OK
B. F. ECECI!ELS & OO.
BOS &: 511 F"ORr STaTtEJElT.
en mils r.i.i , i:tc I
haiidsome Colton i'ahrii
Overture ltubeaht .
Coiiu-i bolo l.uvu mi I '1 null
lly Mr. Charles Kiuiu-i.
Ciariiict SjUi Autumn Leaves .
Itv Mi. V. M. Keouli.
Kiiplmniuiii hulu- The 1 ctil
llv Mr. h. Goiin-s.
Musical JKiiumih s
JllSt Received Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
Air. II. .1. Alayers.of Oakland. Aid., '
says: "I have sold thirteen boll le.i
of Chauiburlaiu's Cough Ivemudy
to-day au I am literally pold out.
This is the laigc.sl sale on record of
any one piepar.itiou inadavimT
our eouilteiH. It give- 'he jel sii
iHfaclion of any cough medicine we
handle, and as a f-oller it leads all
ollmr piepai.it ions on thin maikm."
Tor Halo by all dealers. Uoiimiii,
Smith & Co,, aguntb for the llawai
o "ir s rr m
11. i . .' -M .vnm.iA"
At the Beaver Saloon,
II. J. Nolto. Propnotor.
SINOI.l. PIE KS l.MI SKTs. ,
--(OltMCK I'Dl.r.S IN WOOD Oil lllt-sS Mol'M'JMlS I
Elegant "." TJpl.olster-y
lu Pint bpruiH', Hair, Wool, Moss and Straw MaltresuM
IMLI.OWS OF LIVE CKKSK KKATIIEHS AND SILK I' LOSS.
Latt.st IiupruYciueuts In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Bed!,, Divan Louniles aud Sofas,
Ureal Yarloly of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & lllrjli Chairs,
CT Our Cabinet-making Workshop i fciipcrlni lu Men nud Maieriul -,i
ll'II.MHIli: A.M MA1IUI.SS1..S Illl'Allini) AS OOOI) IS MAV.
lyatUrigf Taicl a.t Shortest KTotioo.
rw'l II PUU'KH AlWAIf I UK I.OWL.sl IN lluMH I 1 I'. -VtV
"7. IClna Qlroat,
Si iv hi ii s tin- M-u on, the iMlii-lr ii'i uu -shiiilcs of China
lo -it i In ii' menu- to a)iprccl:iit' thciii
n.RTr F3-A.T3llrS !
Silk finish iiihiiiiiI, real l-u in-h di iriU- ' tin Um -' and the cr.ue of the kvusoii.
Oashniare SnlDliiiaes 20 Ceiats ""arcl I
Out of tin hiiiiilis.iiii.isi Wash Materials this ncucou entirely in w and
for the price has no c.itul.
"Wliite Lawns a.nci "Dimity l
In I'Iiiiii btnped and Checked in n-.n v.inclj.
R"" Dreswiiakliig Hndor the Mamqnaiont ol MRS. RENNDR. JM
Royal Insurance Company
k4The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
tW I'Hii iKk.oi. uli LiiuUtit llimiruiiii Proptrl IttUuii nt V uncut Mink bj
j. s. -w,1ik:.r,
lUUt tai Ou UdtAllan ItWiulk.