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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AKTRK JUNK 1. I8i)3.
To Kwa Mill.
H. 11. A. D.
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu . .8:15 1:15 4:35 6:10
Lnve Penrl Oltv .0:30 2:30 6:10 o:Kl
Arrive Ewn Mill. .0:67 2:57 5:3d (1:22
Leave Kwu Mill ,
Leave l'onrl City
O. il. U. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
0:21 10:43 3:13 5:42
.0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
.7:30 11:65 4:55 0:45
A. Hiiturdays only.
C. bundiivs nxcoptnA.
D. Bntunlnys excepted.
ftlu sOiuhi $ UU'Un,
MONDAY. DEC. 11, 1893.
Hiinija., lieu. 10.
Sttnr Chiuiliue from Mnul and Hawaii
Sttnr Mlkuhnlu from Kiumi
Monday, Dec 11.
Am bktne Geo C L'crkins, Mans, 14 Vi days
from Bun Francisco
Momuay, Doc. 11.
Hitwn bk K 1 Kithet, Morrinon, for Ban
btml" Mokolii for Kauutikukui, Kamulo,
Pukoo, Huluwu. Wuilau. l'elckuuu.
Knluupiipn, l-nhulna, Olounlu and
Lanal nt 5 p in
stmr Iwuluni for Nuwiliwlli, Haniimiiulu,
Kiliiuea, Kulihhvui ami Jlannlci at 5
p m ...
Stmr Kaalu for Kahuku and I'unaluu at
' 9 n m .
Stmr Juuies Makeu for Knpau at 4 i m
Htmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
Stmr Hawaii for Hakalau
Stmr l'elo for Makaweli
Schr Ka Moi for Haniakua
Sehr Sarah t Klizu for Kooiau
Schr Muhhhuhi for Wnialuu
Sloop Wnlutiuc for Waianue
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma
Squaro this ovouiug.
Diamond Head, p. m. -Weather
clear, wind light oast.
There was a birthday lnau al Pa
in mn on Saturday evening.
The editor of the Star font in his
daily report to tho Marshal at noon
The men of H. 13. M. S. Champion
attondod service at St. Andrew's
Thoro wero suvbuteuu arrests for
different offenses botwoou Saturdaj
night and Monday morning.
Jas. D. Trogloau loft on the S. S.
Australia on Saturday for tho Coast
for special treatment of his eyes.
OfflcorB for tho ensuing term will
be nominated at tho meeting of tho
Scottish Thistle Club this oiuiiing.
An nuuieut Portuguese coin was
uuearthed on Merchant strcot near
Lowers & Cooko's lumber yard on
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Wilholm wish
to return thanks to their friends for
the kindness shown during their
The barkontino S. G. Wilder and
bark Ceylon aro twelve aud eleven
days out respectively from San Fran
cisco for this port.
Since noting the calendar of its
rival, wo have received an equally
gorgeous calendar for ISM from the
Hawaiian Chinese News.
Tho Makiki pumping plant start
ed again on Saturday morning, after
being repaired. The foundation
has been entirely re-built.
Thoro wero no disinibsals of Gov-
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Dmir Cliiudiueior Kahului, Keanac, Haua,
Hamoa, Kipaliulu, Xnu, Faauliau, Ku-
knltui at .") p m
Htmr Mikahala for Nnwiliwlll. Kolou,
Kleelo, Mukuwcli, Wuinieannu Kekaha
at 5 p in
Spur C Jt UNhop for Wuiiinac, Wuiiilua,
Mokulein, Lain, Kaliuku aiul I'unaluu
at 'J a m
Stmr V G Hull for Lahaina, Maalaea,
Koim, Ivuu ami Volcano al 1U u m
Stmr Lehua for Olowulu, V.iauhau, Ookalu
v and Kukaiau at 4 p m
Not to Dlo Yot.
Hanson aud Sparf,' tho sailors on
tho barkontino Ho? per who wore
sentenced to bo hanged to-morrow ,
will not mount the gallows then.
No gallows lias been erected in tho
County .Inil for them, though as yet
tho execution of the sentence has
not been stayed by any legal pro
ceedings. Their attorney has pro
pared a bill of exceptions, and it
was to have boon passed on by the
United States Circuit Judge yeslor- ;
day, but tho attorneys wore late and
I no matier went over iiiiui mis
morning. The appeal from the
judgment of death will probably bo
decided lioiove loiig.--.. . vitrotti
cfr, AW. U2.
The finest chef in candy Innmt
facturo that could bo obtained in
San Francisco, J. Wagnor, has boon
engaged by Manager Whitney of
the Palace Parlor". He will nianu
factmo French Candies aud Ice
Creams only for tho best trade.
Arlington Hloek, connected with
Pell and Mutual telephones.
Business dead V Not much !
Leastwise it in not so with the
('ulit'ornin Feed Company. We
have nnuip a business lor our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard limes other
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr.
,1. F. Colhurn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken po-esMon of those
large and convenient promises.
We hail to do so, because our
old place at Leleo h too small
for our l'n-.t-inoreuMiig business. 1
In a J'ew day.- the bark "Mauna
Ala" will he here again with her i
n,t LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
- SOW Ol'UN AT
- PHESKNTS THIS
Holiday Seasonl ir a QAOH
An unii-un! altnicth.. vnrlcti of Xr.W'l & H VShJ? ft rV A A & &
An iiiMllinl iittnii'tlv Viirlcti of NI'.W
fiOODsS lo tm.ol ihe Utile uiii. rtulitx til
our I'linid i,'iiiiiiiunlty. Apart
fiiiin a Inn' iluek of
Bon of Harry K. Iluby, of Columbia, I'a.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
Scrofula Humor XmaS
' Until my boy win six yenrs of age ho was
from hlrlh a trrrlbln unffcrrr from scrofu
lous humor. Soroi would iipps.tr on him and
spread until as l.nrc an n Hollnr and then
ril'chnrgn, followed by olliers, io tiiattliol.irn'cr
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
l.s nir. vi.w si;asun's. -
p.llt of his lioiiy wns ono mnm or rr an
Uie limn, eipeclnlly set ere on his Iocs and back
of bis curs and on Ills bead. The humor had a
very off eust o odor, and caused
Vtti cannot U-ll how that poor boy suffered In
all those years, riiyslclans did not clfcct a
cure. At last 1 decided to rIvo him Hood's
Sarsnparllln, as my dmiiRlU recommended
It. In about two weeks this Barsaparllla began
to havn elTect. The sores commenced to hoal
tip; tho flesh bejtan to loolc more natural and
healthy. Then tho .scales came off iindalloxcr
his hod y new and health v flesh and skin formed.
hen he had taken two bottles ho was entirely
tree frmn sores, having only tho cars to show
where they had been. Theso hae all disap
peared. Wo aro unable to axpress our thanks
for the good
has done our little hoy." IlAitnT K. Ituur,
liox nr0, Columbia, IViinsylvaula.
UOOn'sVlI.I.S care Conttlratlon lij rtitop i Reason KmiIm thotn nil
Ing th ptrllt<le action at the mUtnsuUrj uiua
- Mi -
l'liut must In- noun to lie njipreciutt'tl.
Al.so u Hnu of
Jn panose Paper Crepo BookH
Of .Ilnlcs anil Kntry Tnlot.
Additional to a liowlliU'rltii; mjiply of the
ciedntiiary gnoit (-oodH for all good
jivoplo is a ntoak of
That an- . ui-fitl an they aro novel nnd
nttriiotlvu, urn! of nil kinds and airot.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
CVSSNTV Cl. Mils' HKalHlL'.MlTKItH lllls
I alwavs been nolod for It-suihhIn of DoIIh
nml all lliu oti'ctoras of dolldnni, am! this
OSO Port Street, KCotaolvilu.
Cargoes from Islund Ports.
8tmr Clnuilini; 7.'!3S lings sugar. o0 bags
taru, J.ll) bags potatoes, -J01 ling- corn,
35 bags buiiB", 1 horso, 11 hugs, too pkgs
Htmr Jlikuhala 19US bags sugar, 3o bags
sand, 1 horse and (X) pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per simr Mikahala, Deo 10
W E ltouull, l MoDonald, l)r Fried
lander, J 11 (.'iinuningb and wife. Miss M
Miller, Miss Hadley, O Mart, Mr Zoller,
Mrb J ii Coney and child, Mrs Tomikona,
Mrs Mnkemuke, M 11 Fernandes, Ho Fon,
and 37 deck.
From Maui and Kuwait, per stmr Olau
Uine, l)eu lu-W II t'ornwoll, I)r Sieoll,
Mrs W I) Alexander, Miss Alexander, F
Wittrook, It VouTuiiimhv, V V Ashford,
W L Wilcox, A Wilder, '!) Morton. J K
Miller, W U Aohi, Mis'I nomas, O Unna,
J K Iosepa, S Ahmi, Y Alan, and 3(i deck.
For San Francisco, per bk R P Hithet,
'Bce-ll Mrs C S Hollinnu and -on, itobert
A Uoj ce.
erutnout omployeos to-ilay. This. I fourth full cargo of IInv and
maybe owing to President Dole's I G.nil , j,,,,,, liy our m,.,,, Ni
connueiueut to his house on aceouul i ... . , ." ..:' . ., .
of illness. " right who will arrive on that
, ' . -,.- ... ,. i vcsol. Wu pro for to soloctourl
The twelve ponce specials in tho , , ,. ' , ,n,...
roar of the Deputy Marshal's otlice ! niPichan.h5e ourselves rathoi ,
are not supplied with a gallon of than have others do it, which ,
wine as was stated, but aie regaled incuun that we got hotter goods '
with coireo aud crackers. a( u t,ri price. j
Keservi'dseat8 for tho second on- Wo thank our many friends
tertaintneut by tho Misses Albu are for their liberal patronago for
selling like hot cakes. The box plan ; tu, ,)a (ir,,e years, and hope
is now open for the farowe concert , . , attonlion u, u mi)ineStl
on Saturday evening as well. J , , , i , i
- we thoroughly understand to
J. W. Smith, teacher at Waiawa, nUM.jt d,0 patronage of sis inanv
Ewa, has been appointed mauagor ,
of the Pearl City Fruit Co., in place- nrllVF . ,rPi,M, f,n
of Mr. McLean, who has started a LA LI DUMA 1'hhlJ (,U.
pineapple plantation of his own. "J
lkeola and T. Jackson, two lad, JjOW1B -
who wore arrested at tho merry-go- - : zz :
round on Saturday uight for alTray, 1 o o lT I 1 V T T-T t
were reprimanded by Judge Hob- f O I ll V. JL : 1- O XjJcj
ertson tuis morning auu sent aurut.
The bktne Wrestler received 4150 bags of
sugar from the steamer Mikahala, and the
bark H. C. Allen 1000 bags from the steam
er Li. him this afternoon.
The Hawaiian hark It. 1. liithet, 1'apt.
Morrison, sailed for San Francisco at 1
o'clock this afternoon. The following Ha
list, of her cargo: 'JO, HI bags sugar, U.
Brewer ,fc Co. j .WJb do., F. A. Hchaefer it
Co.; J5lD do., T. II. Uavies A- Co.; 1477
bags copra (fiO tons), J. 8. Walker; 1 piano,
lcofleeN, C. W. Muller, 8 c personal ef
feulh, Castle it Cooke. Foreign value,
$3JG0; domestic value, $5,a'J7.(tt.
The American bktuo Geo. C. Perkins,
Capt. Mnas, "arrived this morning, HJi
days from Ban Francisco, and docked at
ifrewor'a wharf. The captain reports lino
weather on the passage. Passed an Ameri
can bark on the 1th inst. in latitude 'JS 2'
N, longitude l.'!u 10' W. When sighted
she hoisted a signal, aud as far as con id bo
ascertained it read "'K. H. M. G." Bho was
steering at tho time in a southwest direc
tion, tho .same course as that of the Per
kins. Tho Geo. ('. Perkins brought 7.1 tons
of fertilizers, 400 bales of liny, aud 'Jo tons
of barley. The vessel K consigned to T. H.
Davius k Co.
LAING-LAINO In this city, Dec. !), 1HIB,
at the residence of Mr. Frank Damon,
by the Kev. K. G. Beckwith, Mr.
Kobert I.tiing to Mrs. C. I.aing of
LOOAI. AND GENERAL. NEWB,
Santa Clatm' Headquarters make
a line holiday display in a thousand
things to rojoico the juvenilo heart.
The prettiest holiday books, at
C rices that suoin like joking, are to
e found at the Golden Rule Bazaar.
Tho Planets defeated the Hoa
lauia by a score of 8 to V on Satur
day altornoou, in a game of baseball.
L. J. Lovey will hold a special
uale of merchandise at 10 o'clock
Weduosday. A fine lot of willow
furniture will also bo sold.
Deputy Sheriff Edward Kaaloa of
Koloa, Ivauai, died at that place on
Dec. 8d. Ho was a man of about !15
years of ago, and loaves a wife and
fuuiily to mourn his loss.
Choice French candies aud ice
cream aro again being manufactured
at tho Palace Ice Cream Parlors.
Charles J. WhUuoy, the now mau
agor, is reitdy to supply the holidaj
For rheumatism J have found
nothing equal to Chamberlain' Pain
Balm. It relievos tho pain as soon
as applied. J. Young. Wesl
Liberty. W. Va. The prompt relief
it affords Is alone worth man) times
the cost, 50 cunts. Its continued iim
will effect a pennaiieut euro. For
salo by all dunlin. Buiihoii, Sinith
k Co., agent fur tho llawaiiau
A jar of beans is exhibited in N.
S. Sachs' window. There will bo a
big crowd -looking at it after this
issue of tho Bulletin gets around.
Just think of a silver tea sorice for
tho nearest guess.
C. B. Dwight of the lioad Board
is engaged in laying Hawaiian
stoue curbings along tho sidewalks
for proprietors who are observing
tho law of 1892 for the improve
ment of sidewalks.
Tho hold of the S. S. Australia
was thoroughly overhauled by Cus
toms officers prior to her departure
on Saturday. This was owing to a
report that a quantity of opium had
been lauded the previous uight.
The gymnastic performance by
Spanish artists at the Opera House
on Saturday evening was poorly at
tended. The entertainment was ap
preciated by those present, although
there wore some very tedious acts.
Fred. J. Turner, the head sales
man at Lewis & Co.'s, has arranged
a tine display of holiday goods, in
cluding a large assortment of French
and German bonbons. It is the
fiueBt lot over imported to this city .
Tho Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala,
with a cargo of -'hay and grain for
the California Feed Co., is 2U days
out from San Francisco. Although
this is a long passage, there is no
need to feel anxious about the ves
sel as yot.
Large congregations of Portu
guese assembled yesterday ot the
Catholic Cathedral to hear Rev.
Alexandre D. do Campos, tho mis
sionary lately arrivod-tothat nation
ality. His eloquence is of a simple
aud direct kind which makes it very
powerful. Lncouraged by lus re
ception from the people, Father do
Campos will likely prolong his mis
sion to the islands.
Mr. C. It. Bishop has made a gift
of his whole Molokai property to
tho Kamohameha Schools, founded
bv the will of his lamented wife,
Princess Bornico Pauahi Bishop.
The estate comprises lf() square
miles or 'J(,tK)0 acres, well stocked
with horses, cattle, sheep and deer.
Mr. Bishop has at the same time
donated S20,(XX) to the building fund
of tho girls' school projected in tho
Princess's beiiuest but not vet
A gun fell out of a wagon the
other evening while being driven
for distribution among the "sup
porters" living in ono of tho by
streets at Waikiki. A Chinaman
happening along saw the gun drop,
and, thinking that it might proe
useful to htm in these tiotiblous
days, picked up the firearm and took
it homo. John, you may hot your
boots, is now able to defend his own
home without tho aid of his goern
inont, and at somebody el mi's o
pense al that.
Chun Hoy, a wealthy rice nlautei
and nephew of t Along, died at
Haualui on Sunday, Dee. .'!, at I'J
o'clock. Ho lu "was detailed by
Hopper A: Co. to examine the de
ceased's accounts anil left on tho
steamer James Makee on Wetlnos
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 13th
At 10 o'clock a. in.,
At my Saleroom, I will sell at Public
Auction, u (ienur.il Assortment of
also a lino lot of
FAX'JY CHAIKS, KoCKKKS.
I.CHJ NGF.S, Cl I'HES BASKKTS,
SMi.ioni:iu;n unnspRHAns and
One Antiijui- One Bellnoni Set,
lion- hoid Mirniture, Ktc.
HOimON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The above Store li u received another
Splendid Invoice of
Japanese Silk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Laces and Embroideries !
J he I.nrg-t Assortment mill the Fluet ever Imported In the Islands.
Fl.N'K UJ.AC1K AI,l,.OVi:K LACKS- in Plain, Potted and Strlncd with l..ue- to matli.
KI.F.UANT m.AClCbII,K l.AClJ F 1.0 UNCUS with IMeinx to mutch.
l'Ol.N l' D'hijIMH T NUT in lJhiek and I)diout( Bludei.
AN r.NDI.KSa VAKIKTY OF
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Bilk aud Cotton, Including the Two Tone, and Illack mid White eoniblnatloii.
BMllKUIDKltKl) NKT Fl.Ol'NCr.S in White and Pelirate Simile.
SWISS i:MUK011)i:i:i:i) ri.Ol'S luta Hie, lS-ire,ain.
SWlfiS ICMUKOIPUIUKS in All Widths and Newest Pattens.
OCR TRIMMING DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE !
LATKST SIl.K PASSAMKNTUUIKS in lllaek and ( clnr.
JKT PASHAMUNTKUlKbTHIMMINdsi in New l'litlern-..
S11.K and JUT PASSAMKNTlIlil IJS in Hoc-lii Muck and Colored.
also a co.Mi'unR ni:v i.ini: op
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
Beautiful Silk and Crape
.KID DOLLS, "ZnZ
Nankin Polls, Hue; Polls, Kuhher Polls
I ( htmi Polls, Ibdls with Fine French Pis
! iuc Heads, Polls with soealled t'uliipiik-
uhle Heads, China Heads.
TlfM 1 O ' Itt'il Human Hair,
LJVJ1 jJLjO Polls with Namril l-ok-iiiK
Hnir, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and snnio with No Hair at all.
Sleeping D0II3. W akefnl Dolls, Smil
uir DoIIb, Drying Dolls.
T"'T r O In Full Press, Half Press
LJKJLj IjO and Undress and r.uiKltig
from nlmut three inehes to nearly three
feet in sie, and from ten tents lo'si-veral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French PolN, KnglMi Polls,
(terinan iJolls, Ameriean Polls,
hsiiuimuiix Polls, Indian Polls,
Mulatto Polls, p.irkoy Polls.
fI I Heads, Poll llodies. Doll
JUULL Wits, Poll's Arms. Poll's
Shoes, Poll's Stockings, Poll's Hats, Poll's
ParasoN. Poll's .lewolrv. Poll's Fans. Poll's
Cradles, Poll's Podsfads Poll's Trous
seaux, Jloll's Carriages, Poll's Tea Sets,
Wash hits and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete the hanlness of a
doll's mamma's life.
10iual liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUlTMiOlt UAMF.S, INPUOIt (iA.MKS
... B O O X S ...
That an- 11 joy to behold.
TO THE PUBLIC
M. S. LEVY WILL SKLL FROM
Saturday, Dec. 9tli,
Ills Entire Stock, tit VHKY J.OAV I'KrCES, to give
the Public sin opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little mnncj.
TOYS and DOLI
WILL BE SOLD AT COST TRICES.
jJCSr1 .Before you make your llolidsty )iirchsises smy
wheru else, give me a esill ;iul exsunine my prices. No
trouble to show goods.
7 5 "FORT" STREET 75
Lewis T. Tie-vy,
iiOWt AUCTION KKK.
To Close Out Consignments!
Foi the llenelit of the INIiito of
M. (iOI.PlllIU t.
Commeneiiig on SXTURPAY, Decern
hiT llth, 1 will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt "Waists
Thr C'lrhnttcil ".Slur" Hruml nt
$0.00 ju-r Ilnlf Dnzi'H.
Boys' Suits from S3. 50 up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGST0N, Manager.
IN THAT UNK.
Kvervhod nnd nil nus lirovided
for at Wma Ci fs' Hrvnyi MirhR-..
POI I.IKS. SCAKFS, i
8AflHiaiJA0KJTJ.fiiKB!QIie St()re ab()Ve KJJHJ
Cushions, Tuhle Covers,
Hed Covers, Oowns,
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTKP I1NPPH TUK I.AAVS Of I'HK HAWAIIAN 18I,ANPrf
siik aod mod Kimonos j cheapest House in Town
IN OliKAT VAHIKTY.
Inspeetluu Hexeetfull, Invittsl.
No Trouhlo to Show (IihuIs.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block )
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargain! ! I
bAl.i: ON FUOM !
AND Till: FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
jESp3 (iood.s beiny sold at
ciionnounly Reduced Prices,
at lens than hall' tho value.
SZS. Thu underfilled l
catcd at "Nuuanu Ktreet, is
hi , i f ii . . . ,!..
(Mlennir me louowuiyr unoim
to reduce his large
KOU mii J1AWA1IAK ISLANDS
Modern Designs !
- SIMTA....K .on Genuine Budweiser Beer
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MAPK TO OltPPU.
Wlaluud ordern inuuitl iitleuted to.
E. A. JACOJiSON,
B03 P'ox't SU-oot.
UK. HKNHY W. HOW AUU
day afturiuiuii, niliiriimt,' on tin. I I HKMOVFP III ol-l IK . ASP
Milinliulii viislnrilnv iniirn lie Plum i - K-lduuee lo Cultiipj No. .(XI lilt
.MiKnniiiii uisinnin iiiiiriinih. 1.111111 iIlu1 oUi olllr,., ,, iii,.tmiiii
liny wits about forly yoars of ai at h ril.,. u,mr,. iiJtu u x M iiiitif.7.:w
lii tloath ami loft an nldor brotlini
who waH book-kunpor ou tlui plaula
tiou. Un owunil imlivuliiully about
tiOO uuruM u( rluu luud at lluuuloi.
l. Mlltlllll lu.eiliOlll o-nl.
. WI'.I.KI.Y IHU.l.KT
iiiiojiil lni.Mfiitlni" Hei
IC'iilu W imhHoI i" folpli li.!itrl",l'i.
'Pir. wi'.i.ki.y iuu.i.i'.nN cuic
i iiiiHUol luififMllii' Iteiullliu Mutter
JC Come and see for
yourselves and you will he
Mmi't L'nder-liirls worth IlV., now 'S or .'t
Jlen's Cunton I'lunuiil Pruwers, worth Wi'.,
I iiuU l.V.
Men's Straw lint-, new at vie, worth f 1 now
Mimi'ii Stntw Hut", new t)i-; vvorth m.
Men's llhiek Ilnti, heit vailing nt fie. nnd
1 Meii'.s llliii'k Siii'k", futl color, 1'fli'. or il
l pair for I.
i .Men i I'nnt:, k'"I till m ; worth f- now fl
i ti ..ii r.
.Mi'll'i-Ciml" In various iiitterni onl ('J
White lliiuilkeriililiifi unrtli Hie. now .'. or
II lor ie,
Liiilie-' Kid Blliri vvnrtli $.' pair umi
Mill's l'liut", good villue, worth f I Imw i'S.
Men's 1'iiiit- (.'"'"I value; worth fi imw i'l.
Men's Cotton Miel., Iw. n pail or II fur -.v
Men's Over-hins, full sie; j.'. i null.
Silk lliiudkeiehiefs woilli .rfle. (H I 'Jo.'
Silk 1 lumlkciflncf- worth fl imw fW.
Men's alfsl in nlme on H.i.'ni pair.
Ilrnuii iitliiu. (jiiiiil value Itluls for Miu
While ( uttoll jiiiiil Value, II il loi Ml.
AND OTIlliK (lOODS
Too numerous to meutiou at
eiiually Iicduocd Prices.
H. HACKFELD & CO. yee okXist & oo ,
t-Jw i buj Nuumui sirout. tM
THE UNDKHSIGXEl) HAVE HKKN AI'I'OIXTED SiLK AGKN'l'.S FOR
thusc SiiukdiiKKS aiul uro imw piepaii'il in nnuve miler.-..
Tlie groat tKh.intunert tn In tlerived fmiii tho im of (lie Na nn.v.vi. Cane
Siihi:i)1iKU mi' thiirotlghly I'stal'linln'il and itekimwleilcil liy l'latUers
The lurfje iiiiinher of I'l.intt'rH U"inn tlioin in the Uniteil St.itoa, Cubn,
ArgcntiiH' Uopulilio, l'nru, Australia ami elsinvlu ie, hear witness tothw
Tho utu of I hi' Shkkiipkk cry Utgely nnmcntb the iit.inlity o( eiuirt
the mill run grind ('!') to 50 ,) ul- I ! fxiiuvliou of jitier (.') to IS i).
Il is n girut s.iifffrti-iril, in iking known at unci' the pro-i'iire of any
piOL'i'n of iron, st.tkus from curs, or anything which would hi' liable to dniiiauc
tho mill, nnd allowing iniiph time to iiuiovc sumc hefmn duiniigitig the null.
Thu rillKKODKIt io scry wlrongly ni.nlo, and front the in. inner of ii-. opeiu
lion it cuts or tears ilium' piucuri of wood or iton wiilmtit often hrrakin; thu
SllUKiniKlt ; and if anything breaks, it h-iiiijiU sonic of the knivrs oi cuttetH,
which can he ipnckly and economical uplucid. I'lic .Siiiikiuikk, up its
nitmo indiciitCh, icnm the cine into shreds of .trving lengths, peifcclly (ijirn
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press- out the juices with'oiu ie
iptiring the immniisc ixlr.i powci nectss.uy lo grind ot crtisJi tlie wliolo
cu no. The SlIKKDDKIl spreads Ihc shredded cine iniifni inly and ewiily to
tho mill lolls, mid doc uin with the ncceMsny of .-pn.nling the li.igasr'e by
liiinil between the iiiiIIh, win re regundiug is in tie. No greater amount of
boiler raparily is reiptnred to npi'i.iit I hi ."MIKKIijiku than th.it winch w.ta
stillicirnl for the mill, fot the above inisons Wu furnish full working
drawings for tlie installation of mil Suiir.DDKlts, enabling .my ci'tiipeiHtit en
gineer to Miceossfiilly inst.ill and nUft ihetn
In ordering .Siiiii:iini;iirt from lis, jile.ise send small ski leb, showing the
iliiimmer nnd width of the null tolls willi which Siiia.iincit m U he connecti'd,
also the Hide (either right m left iiand its yon fiice ihe deliM'iy iile of tint
null), upon which tin mill engine i lot atcd, also tin height from lloor line
lo center of front null roll haft, and diiuiirc center this shaft to tiont end
of bed plain. These SlliuauihUs are now being u-cd by tlie llilo Sugar Co.
anil H.ovi Mill, Kohula, whete Ihcy are giving gnat satisfaction.
&&T I'm en and furlhei p iriirul.iii unit he hint by applying to
Homed hv Ihe Aiiheiisor-lliiHoh Iliow
I ii .Wociutioii of Ht. I-oiiIh.
AND )1' Till'.
i Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
i I.AKUI. hllll'Mr.NIS JfrtT TO HAM)
! ANP I'OH hAI.K in
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
' cl i"r Ihe llnununn hUliul)
Al Till'. KAMOl'S HTOKB Oi ---
B. F. EHLBRS &c GO.
BOS b 511 IOKT STR.J13H1T
Oa,nt02a Wash ITetTorios !
A huiidhiinie (V)tt4in KHlirio. Now bt) leu this setiMin the ellccU itre iHCNiiuile. of CIiIiir
Silks to Ni'o theiii mean to iippreeinte them.
Hllk lliilbh just out, rent French iiegiiN are the iUrt and the crime of the neatuii
Oaahmex'e St.itolim.es SO Oenta "!"a.rcl 1
Oiimif the hntiilHiiiienl tisli Material tlila kentmn etitlrvl) now and
fur the price hub no eiitinl.
WTaito Lawns and Dimity I
Jn I'lulti, tjlrip4.il nud Cheeked in grout vuriet).
tar DrouauklnQ gnder th HanigAtuont oi MllB. OIlNHiai, Itl