Newspaper Page Text
t -XituUl bulletin,
Plrdgril to neither Sect iwr Party,
Put Ettnhlinheit for the HenriU of All.
MONDAY, FEB. . IM'I.
"Kaiiiaainn" in tins ww nlWts
tlm iuw9 doubt loss of a majority of
tin, loatlintr taxpayers in tlu country
..... ii..' :.. .1
lllSiriClS. II II" I I'lirrri-i in nm m-
fert'ticu or itiforination, a tin' oa-f
inny ho, that tho CSuxorumoiit lia
Koorotly ordwrtl partisan flection
of roacl boards it may well bo aki'd
again, ''What kind of a gowinnii'iit
aro we under?''
Tho Star's "party of ilcociu'j"
tlio party that ovory decent neus
papor am! magazine in tln tinted
Statos ha denounced a- pirate; tho
party that tho loading jurit and
tateiueu of Amorioa hao cliarae
tcri.ed a wanting in all the e.cn
tial ingiodient of honor, ami tho
party that tho I'nilcd Slate. b it
representative in ('ongrc.. ha. I
a voto of 177 to 7.i. "condemned."
Tho "party of decency" is no doubt
entitled to receive all tho I Star cordial
and halm that I ho annexation ink
piyiciau can allord tlicm. for it i
hut too evident that Ichahod i. writ
ten over lhoo"relicof old deceiic)."
HOW THE CASE STANDS,
H'nntinurd from lit Page.)
a!ed to hlackcii tho record of an
Ameri-an .Minister for his action in
Hawaii, where not a uuii was lircd
nor a drop of blood alied, and at the
I luln to investigate I ho situation for
i his own information a a monibor of
1 C'oimrow. Ho availed Cleveland
I for putting hineudf aliovo Congress, i
. and lilouut For liaviug coihiuoiou a
star chamhor inquiry. Loud assured
tho House thai a gmoruiiiont of tho
people had lieon etablihed by tho
decent people of Hawaii, who had
'forbear furnished the means and
power to sustain tho old form of
,f same time to approve tho conduct B0,,,'rll""'n, , ,. . ,
,f orau meriean Admiral m planting . tumor (I).) of C.eo.g.a made an
i shell in a foreign warship in Hra.il. ;mKnnuwl speech. I ho rovohi;
, ,...,:.... i... .i ...i ii... ...,iu lion oi our count r men in uawai
III l I Ml I Hlll'll 111' II7IH lUIUI'll 1111' .11 .. ,ll i.
of the Adinini'tratiou against "the '"'. as um aaii.M oppn-s.o...
new r. public in tho Pacilic." ' "f oonsp.r.,ey wind, overthrow
Kavnor il. of Marvlaud, a mem- ' "' trampled under foot the cmiiti
bero'f tho Foreign A flairs Commit. J tiitmniil form of goM-miuont under
tee. stated hi position as follows: jvh.ch our count rv men there Hour
"In the first place, I am LMitiviuvtHl '' ""? .ln;iu.ivil. Ami wbnl is
Ix.Nond all manner of reasonable ! the condition there now? llmCon-
.Inn I it tli.it Stevens. Muster of the i umou sm.puii ii-u. inu vu. .-. no
L'i'ited State, was an active partici
pant in the overthrow of tho moil-.in-lit
in the kingdom of Hawaii,
Wei in the -eoond place, the l'resi
.(tit having -uhmittcd tho matter to
i Judicial Decision Matters at Jury
It was not Porroira's case, hut that
of J. P. Kuweit for laicony, which
was nolle pros'd on Friday.
Two divorces were granted on
Saturdar. , ,
Judge Cooper has filed a decision
on tho bill for injunction of M. J.
Cabral vs. .1. F. Fogoredo et al., to
enjoin the defendants from prevent
ing the plaintiff from theoxorcisoof
his rights and privileges as a mom.
her of tho Sociodado Concordia
Banda Catholica Portuguea. Tho
bill is dismissed, and the plaintiff
must look for his relief to the gon
er. assembly of the society. Hart
well for plaintilf; Iviunoy for defend-
Hardware Co., L'l
Congress 1 am
The Star i authority for I ho state
moiil that olio of the strouge-t
planks in the platform to bo adopt
ed by the Republican National Con
vention in June. IMd, will le thai
in favor of annexation of tho Ha
waiian Maud- t ih L'uitod State.-.
This i refreshing. When the l'uitod
Statos navy shall bo authori.ed to
sail for a oruifc of uiiivors.il con
miest iierhan- thev may take in
-1 - - - i i
Mexico, or Lower California at th"j
lea-l. Certain it is. that in Juno.
W, tho question of Hawaiian hide- j
peiulenco or annexation will be out j
side of tho range of IJcpiiblican
party planks. That part has bum- .
ed linger- pretty badly by it-1 roach- ,
cry to tho Hawaiian na'iou. and it '
Hlniuo-Stotou.- Fo-tor trickery hi '
Hawaii will bo the handwriting mi
tho wall, for that party of immoral
purpose, when they nei a-k the
American people for aimilier oppor
tunity to besunrcll the ll.Winual
That tho Portugm-o have ju-t
caii'o for complaii-t in having been
elbowed out of all -har of partici
pation in the higher field of govern
ment r oiU, i-what they have, ap.
imrenllv. ili-l dieoi red. The
claim thai tliov were pre."iit with
their guns in January lat to uphold
the Provisional (Soverumeut; many
of theiu have been here for year
ami rai-ed families; and natui dlv
they feel that the recent coiner- of
the American League have 'm pod
I hem" in a fair di-tributiou of pat
ronage. and have-huute I the Poitu-glte-e
upon a -ido track whore the
pr visiou bin of the Proi-iiiual
Cooriituent is not in sihi. It wa
over thii-. Tho Ainericaii League
are of couri-etlie ari-ioeracy of i In
eoiiutryaud imi-i bo pioxided for
lirt. Tlio Portugu night to hni
known that, with the exception of
road rep. tiring and laboring work,
vith which the American Leagues
do not soil their hand-, theio i- not
enough otlice.i to -iipply the League
alone. Wo sunpalli's" with the
J'ortuguue, but a- the Auiciicuu
League is ju-t now like a man wife
up a ladder with a pi-tol in each
hand, wo see no help for Autone.
Moreover, the League man i- just in
the position that the Portugue.-,.
helped him to climb. Our only ad
ii:n to tho Portugue-e is to follow
thoirri'Milulioii to "peacefully await"
events, and, when they next draw
up a political piogram for public in
Hpoctiou, to lime fewer paragraph.
and mole coherence.
A Ouutlit Ruintm-irnnco
Km rou lit m.imi.n: -
Saturday oM-niug Mi. Pluukott
made a staleiueut which should not
have collie Itoin ltiiii, eoiisidoriug
tho hauilsoino iiiauuer mn people
have Miniioitid hi- concert-. The
manager of the vooalnt.- now in
Honolulu was asked why he did not
giu another concert befoie tlio
ladies leave, ami he replied that it
was not a minstrel peiforiuaiico, and
the Mmse.S Albll had Mlllg foi the
la.-t tune in Honolulu. Let mo in
fiiiiu llns geiitloinaul) manager thai
all good performance.- an received
hero in a do.iurwng Mle, and tin
fact should bo well known to I mi,
and that tho public are able to ap
preeiate Miiuctliiiig hoyou.l a mggei
entertainment, and that the remark- '
passed by him am uncalled for and ,
should not bo allowed to go abroad
A-k Your Friuudb
Who have taken Hood'Sarap'irilla i
what the) think ol it, and the lepMe.- !
will he positive in it.-favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla doe.-, that
tells the Moo of its merit. One ha- .
been cured of indigestion urilj-pop
him, another find it iudipoi.able
for sick headache or IiiIiihi-im-.
while others inport roiuai kable cure,
of scrofula, catarrh, ilieiiiimli-in,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood'n Pill- are plllelv vegntablo.
opling to the usage and principles
of international law, wo have no
right by the uo of arms or force to
remedy the wrong committed, that
all ctforts for a' peaceable solution
of the matter having terminated, wo
have no right to intervene, and that
it is our duty for the pro-out to
recognize tho lie facto Government
now in charge, and our duty in the
, future will bo to recognize such tonn
of governmental may bo determined
I upon by the wishes of the people of
j thoe islands."
! Cont inning, Kayuer contended
1 that the Cjueeii abdicated to the su
! oerior forces of the l'uitod State..
.It was tlio Presidents duty to at-
tetuut reparation, which he did in
throned, even the writ of habeas
corpus suspended and every resident
in the islands disfranchised. What
sort of spirit of liberty was invoked
on this lloor bv askiiit; the House to
ifii i in. iiiiiiii-i ii. i . i , .. ,, .
it lulled that, ac- I stand up for such defiance of liberty
anil coiisimiMouni premgnuvo oe
causo it was the work of our coun
trymen?" Turner aiilf a high t ri
huto in the course of his remarks to
the ability and integrity of Blount
ami the' magnanimous course of
Sickles (D.) of New York was the
first Democratic member to attack
'the policv of the 'Administration.
F. Wiiiulonherir. mator, has
his report on the estate of W.
(Jibsou. fiiuliiui that .SSLViii.SW is duo
Judge Cooper has also given a de
cision over-ruling defendant's motion
for a now trial of Kala et al. v C.
P. Intikea, eject uieiit. Magoon for
plaiutiir; C. Brown for defendant.
Defendant by his attorney has fil
ed his exception to the decision.
Before Judge Cooper this morn
ing the will of Ono luko was admit
ted to probate and Kealoha, the
widow, appointed executrix under
i-.Wui 1 1 1 .I..I.I. I
.-VAX) bond to cover debts. Th es
Ho tool: the ground that it had no i tato consists of realty valued at HWTA)
right to review or reverse ino acts i and personally at .--Oil, and tho do
ol the preceding
Ho would no' vote
good faitii, and with the iinlliticlnug
integrity and courage that had
characterized all his ollicial acts.
When, however, the IJiieon refu-od
to accept the conditions of the aiu-
net v propo-ed. she placed her-elf
liovonil the pale of civilization, and,
it l In spoalior's opinion, the o dv
thing to do was to let Imr pass into
history and remain there.
Draper, Keptiblic.wi member of
the I .tininittoo, thought the proper
tiling Tor the Administration to do
was to negot ate a treaty of annex
at ion with the I'uiteil States.
Moise (l. of Ma achusetts open
ed the discussion on the nth. but,
Ivforo he used up more than one of
hi- live i inutc.-. he was called to
older for applviug the term "click
on" to the Democratic members.
John-oil (U.I of Indiana attacked
the Administration for trying to re
store the Ojlccli.
Patterson ID.) ol leuueee ar
giieil that the sugar iuieiesls wore
oehiiid the annexation movement.
If the Ulnuds could have been an
nexed under the bounty claii-e in
the McKiiiley law the sugar plant
ers there would have received from
i he lulled Slate Troa-ury .-VHUHHi,.
heeler and Date', both Demo
crals from Alabama, continued the
ih bale. The former delivered a
flowing eulogy on i. lovoiaini. mo
latter argued in behalf of the adop
lion of the MeCreary resolution
limn a legal -laudpolut.
Doi. telle (It.; or .Maine inaile a
speech full of abuse of Cleveland.
Ure.-hain. lilouut and Willis.
' hi... i, ..! iii :- ...... i:. ..i .,..:..,.
will l in iiine'ir- ii-.iii-.,, -..ijiiii,
llotiteiie n patriotic words awoke
bveiv emotions, but it was now an
old Moiv. 'I he Cioveriiitienl of Ha
waii v,a- finally established. There
was no attempt to invade it. All tho
liopiibluaus hoped for by this (lis-eu-ioii
of ancient history was politi
cal advantage, and the Democratic
side of the Houo did not propose
i hat tiiev should have il. Ho argued
for a policy of foreign nondutorveu
i ion. "Wo aro after Stevens," said
and wo think wo will get him.
Hindi spoke of the aciiiiisiliou of
iiio-t of i ho land by America" from
the natives of llnwaii as the most
peaceful conquest in the history of
tho world. "American intelligence
and American energy weio para
mount there; lei thelll work out
their own salvation." The United
Mate should neither interfere nor
tolerate iulerferouco by any other
Power, ami "the .supremacy of brain
and civilization in those inlands is
Van Voorhis (l.) of Now York, a
uieiiilor of tho Foreign All'.iirsCoin
i uiillee, advocated annexation,
lintllii M). (of Michigan supported
the Met I ear,) resolution.
Hnd'D.jof Minnesota supported
I lie Adiuitiist ration.
Po-l (U.j of Illinois contended
( ilia! llie attempt to restore the
I lvtleeu, whom he abused in foul
; lerui-, could not bo condoned or
wiped out hv the passage of a parti
i sail reso.iitiou.
Stilluigs D.) of Mississippi waul
! ed hteven- cousliroil.
I Sovoial aiueiiduiout- wore voted
I down on the lit li.
Outliwaite of Ohio and Culhorsou
of Texas vindicated tlm Admiiiistra
j I inn. The former look the position
that Steven- ill ordering tho troop-
I ashore at the time of tho revolution
had heeii guilty of an act of war;
iliai in betraying the tiovorumeut
to which ho had been aecrudited he
had been guilty of treachery, and
that in scheming with the sugar iu-
' lerct- to overthrow a weak
monarchy with a view to annexation
, Ii- had been guilty ol cowardice.
Out hwaite denied theio was a scin
tilla of evidence that Cleveland over
coiitoiuplatoii the use of force in tint
' inauguiatioii of his policy.
1 Ciiiliorsou concluded a review of
I the allair by -aying: "Long after the
defaiuer.s of the President -hall have
' been forgotten, the courage, patriot
ism and devotion of this Democratic
I Administration will stand a-aiuouii
1 lliellt to I lie honor of the United
Mate-, anil the enlightened justice
of tho world.
.MororOi.i of Ohio, a member of
the committee, critlcied liloiiul's
npj'o iniinut and his method of in
vestigation Kvorotl of Massachusetts, auot Imr
couiuiiiteo man, took the position
that the Hawaiian revolution was
accomplished through the smpath
ol Mourns and the iiiiiuiidntioii pro
diiced hy the lauding of American
Loud (It I of California praised
himself foi hiving gone, to Mono
for the resolu
tion. In lNitl he heard Uovornor
Marcy say the islands would eventu
ally belong to the United States,
anil he agreed with ti tin then as ho
Do Forest (D i of Connecticut en
dorsed the Administration.
Hepburn (It.) of Iowa said the
resolution which the Democrat io
House proposed to pass condemned
Minister Sloven on ox-partu ovi
i deuce secured by Blount; evidence
I which McCrearv would not have
i been warranted fn using before any
Hooker 'D.I of M'sisiqii called
j i attention to those features of the
I Hawaiian Ireatv submitted by Presi
dent Harrison, which gave a pen
sion to the dethroned Queen and
other. Ho argued tho existence of !
a conspiracy, winch having accom
plished the'iisurpatioii of functions
of government proceeded to divide
Tie appointed hour of :M hav
ing arrived, voting on the question
Ihair's sub'tituto, declaring for
annexation, wa- lost bv 77 to Iim.
Hill's minority resolution, censur
ing the aitoiiipi at restoration, was
lost by ! to hi-'.
Iii el then moved to r commit the
resolution ami invo-tig.ito the fact-.
This was lost by US to ItUI.
After a motion by Burrow- to lay
on the (able was lot, I he Bepulih
cans refii-cd to answer to their
names mid i bus destroyed tho quorum.
A resolution by .McLreary to re
voke all leaves of absence except for
sickness having carried, the House
adjourned for the day.
The following day, on tho voto
being called, the Republican.- again
filibustered, and there appeared for
the .MeCreary resolution 171, against
Spriuuer made the point of order
that as there weio four vacant seats
177 instead of ITS l should constitute
After some debate the point of
order was sustained and the resolu
tion declared pa-sed.
Another wrangle ended in the
Speaker's coiiseiiliug to withdraw
Ins decision and have another roll
call. When it became apparent on the
second nib call that the Democrats
would have a quorum the Republi
cans voted against the resolution.
It passed - 1T7 to 7o.
The Senate Coiuiiiitten mi Foreign
Itelaiioiis isslill pursuing its investi
gation. Minister Thurston of Ha
waii wa- prevent d from giving evi
dence, Secretary liiesliaui objecting
thai ins appearance would Im an
vtseos aro the widow and five chil
dren, one adopted.
Before the same Judge the divorce
eaoof Jaino Sutherland vs. Mary
Sutherland, on I he February torm
calendar, was heard. The divorce
iviw I'r.inleil. the eilslodv of llie two
minor children being given to the
father. Kinney for libellautiCrelgh
ton for respondent.
Before Judge Whiting, presiding
at term, a foreign jury returned a
verdict of guilty against Ting Sang
and Ah Sin for opium in possession.
U. Ix. Wilder. D.A.CL, for prosecu
tion; Neumann and Davidson for de
fendants. This is the second con
viction of the torm, ami the first by
a foreign jury.
C. Porreira is on trial thisaftor
iiooii for common nuisance, in the
publication of foul language in
Uniao Lusitaiia newspaper (Portu
guese;. Iviunoy for prosecution;
Neumann for defendant. Tho fol
lowing is the jurv: Fred. Harrison,
C. Hustaco, J. M. Angus, II. W. Mist,
W. Maertetis.T. A. Ltoyd, Ix. Podoyn,
Clin. Carter. T. K rouse, J. C. Cook,
J. Philhps and J. S. Walker.
Tlio experience of Ceo. A. Apgar.
of Herman Valley, N J., is well
worth remembering. He was trou
bled with chronic diarrhcea and
doctored for live mouths and was
treated by four diHoiout doctors
without benefit. Ho then began
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
ami Diarrhiea Uotiiedv, of which one
surd I bottle cUcclcd a complete
cure. It is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith .x; Co., Agents for tho
ICuiperor William wants to visit
Asior's paper in Loudon, tho Pall
Mall liazcltc, refeniiig to the Kio
incident, says the Monioe doctrine
is ignoiod in Bi.tzl,aml iias not yet
beuucodilied with the law of na
tions. Cioorgn W. Childs, tho wealthy
Philadelphia pliilau luopiht.died on
thellrd iii-l. He was born in Balti
more in Is. .'.I, beginning life as a
liladstone does not show haste to
There is not lung decisive reported
from Km t Janeiro.
France, according to some Paris
papers, has been betiayed by Rus
sia, in the Uiisso lieiinan coiutuer
The U. S. S. lxoarsargo, famous
for having stink llie rebel privateer I
Alabama at I horbourg, Franco, was i
wrecked on Koucador reef, .'too miles ,
north of Colon, on Fob. I, while on I
her vvav to protect American inter- I
osis al Nicaragua. All hands saved.
Ton das loss of ihiiooii account
f sicklies and a (helm bill to pay,
is anything but pie i-aiit for a man
of a laiuilv to ciMiti'iuplate, wiietuer
he is a laborer, mechanic, merchant
or publisher, .las. O. Jones, pub
lisher of the Leader, Moxta, Texas,
was sick in bed for ton days with
tho grip during it- pievaleuce a year
or two ago. Later in I m season he
had a second attack. He says: "In
the latter case I Used Chamberlain's
('ugh Remedy with considerable
success, I l ii i ii U, old) being in bed a
liltlo over two davs. The second at
tack I am satisfied would have been
equally a-bad as the first but for
the liso ol thin remedy." It should
be borne in muni that the grip is
lunch the s.inio a- a mt) severe cold
ami toqilllcs precisely the same
treatiueiil. Yv hen v on wish to euro
a cold qui kl.v iiiid oll'ectually give
thin leiuedy a I rial. H.'i and fill cent
botlles (or'nale b all dealers. Ben
sou, .smith A Co., Agents for (ho
" '. "
t'orni'r Ilnii-I iiinl Nimuiiu .Su.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
ItlVflV'i I .IT h. b "OlTllllll "
l.:i .iis' iiml iii'Mls' bilk llninlkcri'lili'fs,
Greiits' Silk. Stiirts
Willi I'lmr ui-hmiil Tli' to iniitcli,
Wlinls.ir Mil. scurfs, iixlru Innis, Unlli-'
mill (liiii-' .silk S.i. lies, ull hIiihIi-s,
JapunoHQ Cropo of All Colors,
(iiiiitloiiiiiu'K .limnni'Mi 'rniii Sililrl- iiuhIk
In Yiikiilimiiu L'rliH't lit.
I.a.li.'-' uinl l Jem ' Fine .Sinus Iim-,
.liqiiiii' I'lihui 'I'lii h. ti,
.1 ll)i.l 111"-, KIlUMT I'ets,
l.ililli-s' Hllk I'bellllse,
llmiilMillliiSilk IJilill-. I'.lc
jvj" j 3 e "dM
'I'lii' lli.-t l'i miiI lur liifaiii-.
'i linvi a liirj;i' iissiirliiimil nl
Whit Ii we oiler lit Ver.v Iti'ii-iiimliln Prices,
MMIATTHAi I'uKPAhTI It II
1 l.llll'l lH.ll(il III till' .
A l.llll!. ill'i'llOC'l,
I'nliiln ul It-j mn
Satttrday, Feb. 17, 1894.
For about a year we've been
selling a French rat trap that
will catch as many as nine rats
at one seance. Some people,
those who have good dogs, pre
fer this trap because it pro
vides amusement for the ca
nine as well as the owner, the
rats being caught alive. The
only objection to this sort of
trap is the price. People who
have no particular interest in
live rats objected to the price
of the French process of catch
ing them. A cheaper variety,
and a most excellent one, is
called the ''Little Giant," which
is bound to kill every rat or
mouse that sticks his nose
against the bait. We have set
six traps in a night and found
a dead rat in each one the
next morning. They are really
very good and cheap.
The consumer in .Honolulu
may not nave lelt it but mere s
been a shortage in charcoal
irons in this city during the
past six weeks. These things
come from Europe generally
and the tardy arrival of ships
around the 1 lorn caused the
shortage. We have a few for
the retail trade and if you hap
pen to be in need of one now
is the time to subscribe.
By the "Alden Hesse" we
received a number of very
pretty porcelain shades for
lamps, i nese are handsomely
decoratfd and are suitable for
small lamps for any room in
the house. Some very pretty
and novel table bells came to
us by the same vessel and
from their appearance we don't
imagine they will be long in
stock. These include the
popular electric bell that rings
the same as if you touched a
Hunter's Hour sifters have
taken first place in the kitchen
lor sifting Hour. They are a
convenient article and the
Hour is made very much finer
than by any other sort of
Honolulu is very much like
some cities in the United
states. At least one clay in
the week the whole town is on
wheels. It don't make much
difference whether your horse
is good, bail or indifferent a
whip and a cheap article is
worthless. We have recently
added some very good ones to
our stock which we sell at rea
sonable prices; you cannot fail
to be pleased with the one you
get of us.
Is it worth while saying any
thing more about the Jones
locked fence? It is growing
in favor so rapidly that every
one seems to know that it is
really the best fence to set up.
The economy of building and
strength after it is erected are
the two points that sell it. In
the numerous letters we have
had from people who have
used it there is not a line or a
word in contradiction of our
statements. People who buy a
trial lot of stays and washers
always send in a second order.
We are making a specialty of
this fence because we have had
encouragement from the peo
pie who are using it; we are
convinced that it is the best
and most economical fence
As with the fence so with
the enamel bath tubs. Success
has rewarded our efforts to
bring them before the public.
I he bath tubs, however, were
well known to every one here
through the advertisements in
magazines, people read them
every meuth so that they are
as familiar as A Ii (J. We
have a large assortment of
tubs and sinks and can give
them to you at various prices.
TEMPLE OF F
Corner Fort Hotel Streetn,
I BEG TO INFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public and it will puy you to trade at
tin; "TEMPLE OP FASHION"."
.... 1 AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Amiortineiit of Colors at 20 Cent Each.
Jut Received by last "Australia" a Lnrgu Stock of
To be sold for oxk wkkk only at 10c, 12.3c, 14c. and lOJc.
per yard. Good worth 2oe. a yard.
. . 2 S O PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengthn, reduced from $1.00 to 75 eonU.
S . JtU xi jt. Xi X C Ii ,
Corner Port and Hotel fits., .... Honolulu, H. I.
OF TIIK (JKLKIIItATKI)
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HANI) KX "CITY OK IT.KINO" . . .
j$3r These Cigar are direct from the factory and
Hhoulil not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are ho frequently offered lib the "Beat Manihiu." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
SJJS ffort. St,rAt,
"frtOXlOlulU, H. I.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
till" l'l I linn,
I milium Hi! II in ma. Iliuir nr
v lur ii tt-rni ul )rni tin' in mt h i'ii
iMiihmi ii) ii kiiiintiiiiiiiii iitiiii'. ruriiiiui
uiilurn uiil in K. A. bl'IIAM' Kit.
Or, .1. I- C.ii.iiiiiN. im U
Uawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
i)iiinlt Hirt-iikf Ib' lllouk,
U07 KOUT STREET.
y 1 PHv?ZH?7HiUiM- PV
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
SIiikIu l'lfiMih a ml hoi-.
COHN1CIJ POLKS IN WOOD OU 1JUASS MOUNTINGS.
In l-'inti KpriiiK. lliiir Wnul, Moot ami Htruw ,Mutiru'x.
I'll. LOWS Oh' I.IVi: (IKKhi; KlIATIIKIIh AND hll.K KI.OBS.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Dlvao Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Ulgb Chairs.
Our ('iililiicl-MiikliiK Wnrki-liiii U tiiitTiir In Mi-n and Miilirlut.
t'CHNITIIIIK AM) lUTTIIK.SSi:S HKI'AIIIKIl AS (10(111 AS NKW.
MATTINtJ - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE 1
tm ouu I'ltu i;m always tiii; i.ovii i.n iio.oi.ri.r, -m
J. HOPP & OQ,
l-To. V-O. ICixiCT Stroot. - - I-Ien.ol-u.Vtf., X-I. I.