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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
h'HOM AND A.FTKK JUNK 1. !!
To Kwa Mill.
Leave lVnrl City
I.vnvc V.na Mill. .
Invc I'parl City. .
Arrive Honolulu. ,
A. Butunlnyn only.
O. Httmiav exreptcd.
D. Patuntnys rtcc)tl.
ulu -Di-iUii UU-tin.
AlONDAY, APIUL 2, 1891.
St'snvv, April 1.
Am 4-mntcil schr It W lUrtlett, Oliwn, 52
tliiyn freiu Nuttcmtlu, N S W
Am hli OccliU'titnl, Mure, '.".ltlny from
t'otimx, II (1
0 A 8 8 Annvn, Stimrt, from Sydney
Nlnir Mll;iilmla from Knttal
8tmr hinlunl from Kniliil
Stnir Jamu Miikii- mm Kniliil
8tmr I.lkclllai (nun llnmnkiiu
yiiur l'clo from Mnkawwll
Mii.miW, April 2.
Am rlir l.ymnii I Koit. Droyi-r, 51 ila
from Newi'iisilf. N 8 V
Am FChr (iolik'ii hliorc, llorkliolin, 51 Ay
(loin Nftti-ustlu. N 8 V
n-.i, .tiiru i. ,
Hnw li!i lli'lun llri'wur, NpuuII, fur
8 8 AniMu, 8tu irt, fur Viiiicuiivvr, II '
Miixuvv, April '-'.
Sinn Mokolll for Kuiiiintinknl. Kiiniitlo,
I'nkiKi, llnliiwn. W'nlluu, l'uli'kiinu,
Knlioikiin, Ijiliulnn, Olowiuu iiii'l
IjiiiiiI at ."i i in
VoorhU Luavim: To-tnorrow.
Am ohr Allen A. Hclmno, for 8nn I'rnii-
L' I "I'll
Am liKttio (Ivtii'Vit, Ncll-nii, for Shii Krun-
llrlt hk XniilleiH', for llouil Iteii.N. It '
Mmr Kllnncn lion (or hittii:ili(H'liin, Pu
liukiiiiitimi, llnkiiluu, flonoiiiii mul
I'l'IK I'kl'O lit I II in -
Stiur ( luii'lliinfnr Knlitihil, KPitiirtu, 1 Intia-
Hniniin, Klpiilnllu, Nun, lnutiliiii. Kit-
kiilitu ut n p in
ftinr Mlknlinlu (or Vnulliwlll, Kloii, Klc-
i'Ic, Mukimi'll, Wiilnii'D mul Kukiilm ill
hlmrlwiilnnl for N'tixv ilUvIII, Kulon, Mnkii-
wvll, Wiilincii nmt Ki'knlmiit S i m
8tmr Wnlalrnlo fur llinlna, Kukulluuli'
mul Honoknn ut II ii m
Siuir Ic'luin for nlownlti, l'nniltmu, Ktiktil-
linclc mul Ookiilu nt 1 p m
Oargoos from Island Forts,
Httnr .Mlknlm!u-.v:il7 tmKi Kiinor. .''! IkIIh
lidli'i., Ill lnin" riuc mill'.! horn.
Ktmr Jumi's Mulcre -'J.'iHJ Iiiiki "iii'iir.
Mmr KlliiUfii Hun ICtto Initio iiiR'ir.
Hlmr lualnnl li"Wl Imps tnpir,
Hiiur l.t.;t'llk-K)U) uuits niKur.
htnir l'luin i'lOO Imiki illKnr.
Hour IVIt llmi tmn miKur.
l'lum Sail Krnni'lut'ii, ixt mlir
ooki', Mun'li 111 Antoiio o t'lliiliu.
I'roni syiliuy, jxir (' A 8 H Arawn, April
111 11 'lruvurnvr Mini Ml lliitcliliinoii.
Krom Kauai, iKirnimr Mlkiilmlu, April 1
-(I N Wlliox, Wllirlnultx, MrsWIIIIiiK.
Mrs Krbltli'iilierj;, Tlioimm I'liyiienuil wllu,
Mr Mi'llontilil, riiiiiutiil Mime, uml lllik-rk.
l'or ''iipoeuvi'r, ikt (' A H rt Arawn.
Atrll I -Mr.. 11 11 (limim, N M Kuril mul
wifi', Mini Hurt), .Mrs I'IiihoIIIiikuihI clilM,
T lluriiftt ninl wlfn, Mii'ler mul Mli llnr
nutt, J 1' Keiipur, (' It Kilwunli mul mxi,
C 11 JnuyiT, ft (1 llni'liflilcr, Alliort Clm-u.
(1 1'' Kiiii, i: 'iililiiirii, mul t!l In iniie.lt.
Tim -.trainer lluvwill I on tliu Miirliif
ItuiUiiy lifliiK it'i'iiiii'il.
Tin- ilili Ori'lilunlul, I'uptnln Momo, nr
rlvril i".li'riUiy, JIIiIiivm Iroiu 1 mux, II,
'.. Midi 'J-'iUU toiu o( coal for tliu 1. 1. ti. N.
Tliu Milieonur (lolili'ii Hliorf, fuptalii T.
K. IlirLliuim, ilnnit-. In tu-.lay, .IiIiivh
from .Vi-woiihtlu, N. H. V , wl Ii II lit toiin
of coitl (or Allfii V: HoIiIiimiii.
Tim Aiiit'ilcnii rclieoiu'r l.yiiinu I). Ko
ler, t.'Hpliilii 1'. Droxer, urrlvil to-ilny, fil
tliiyn from .Suwni-tli', N. h. W., wllli li'i
toiii of cniil mul IU Iron Imrk llvi con
liicl lo tliu I. 1. ri. .N. t'o. blie U lylnii
In imvul row.
TIk t!. A, S. h. Aruu'ii. ITiipliiln Stiuirl,
iirrlvnl fi oiii tint I'liiciiili' i)Murilu mul
lull in tliu fvunlni: for Vlilurlii, II. I)', r-lio
ii'ii "yu cyou .xitiri'ti 17 ii, mul iirrlvnl ui
Kuvu, Fiji, mi tliu '.Mil. Hliu litnl two Alecr
UK) piibi'uiic' fur till- Min.
Tliu loiir-miii.tcil -I'liooncr It W, lliirt
litt, Ciiptulu (iiM'ii, iirriveil yi'-'iinluy
murnliiK,.C'iiit.VH from Nuwriittu, N'.ri. V.,
villi 77; toils e( coul fur Allen .V Itolilliouii.
'I'lie M'huuiiur cxporieni'i'il n',u IN tlii-tlrM
(uw iIhj'h out, tliciu'c line c4tln-r to purl.
Adverse criticism has been heard
of the cruel and inhumane conduct
of a local physician on Saturday
evening. A young society belle at
tended the Maternity llomo luaii
and drank soda water ami finger
ale, contrary to the advice of a doe
tor not to take anything with acid
in it. When the lady reached home
she fell into hysterics, her screams
being heatd nearly a block. A gen
tleman was despatched for a doctor
who resided about two hiiudrtd
yards from the residence of the
young lady. The doctor asked if
the lady had hysterics; the messen
ger replied that he thought it wax
something liku that. The medical
man then said, "Throw a bucket of
water over her." He cotild not be
induced to go to the lady's assis
tance. Another doctor was secured
half an hour later. I lie patient
said to be very ill today.
1 recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Halm for rheumatism, lame back.
sprains and swellings,
better liniment matin.
'J'here is no
1 nave Mini
over KM) hot lies of it this 3 ear and
all weie pleased who used it. J. I
Pierson, druggist, South Chicago,
HI. It is for sale bv all dealeis.
Benson, Smith Co., Agents for tlie
.'ray dfierijiliuH 11J JUli I'HI.STISU
diH4 ut tKt UulUtin 0jji.
' Try that Coylou tea.
; Oahu College colors are buff and
Tito specials bewail the priming i
The P.O. band will play at Kinina
Souaro this evening.
Weekly meeting of the Scottish
Thistle Club this evening. ,
Diamond Head, il p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind fresh northeast.
Seventy-throe voters registered to-
day. The total thus far is !W2,
I The Bit.letin continues the peo
ple's paper, at W) cents a mouth.
j Passengers by the Arawa gathered
i In some of the new postage stamps.
t Tho Hawaiian Jockey Club is to
! moot at tho Pacific Club this even
The Hawaiian Evangelical Assoc!-
aliou will meet at Ewa Church next
Tho hitorical clock left by the
Arawa. It was not p;itroiiicd here
as It tleserved.
Thren non-payuient of taxes caes
were settled this morning in the
i Kamehameha choristers will give
' a concert al Kauaiahao church Sat
I urday evening.
, Tho regular police aiid some of
I the specials have tint received their
I Alaruli pay yet.
The faithful have split on Alaul,
the Union parly securing the major
' Ity over tho American Union.
, Thomas Krouse got a beautifully
I pltimai;cd parrot by tlnS. S. Arawa.
lie paid $li for bird and cage.
A model of the
Arawa took first
prize for tho most
--." " -" ' ... -.-.-...
ship at a huropeau worlds cxpoi-
Co. A of the .National Otiards will
meet on Thursday next for the pur
pose of elect iug a new captain, J uliiM
Asch having retiied.
Two tragedies -one fatal -took
place in town yesterday, but the
seventy-live cent" morning paper has
nothing about either.
K, Ogura & Co. have appointed
Ueo. K. Hoardiuan sole aent for ,
iiieircoais, mined iroiu iiiocoionnii
oil Tagawa initios in Japan.
The Star is printed In the Press
ollicu to-day, owing to a breakage in
their press It is a bad omen for
that paper's seventy-live cents era.
Itev. O. I. Kinor-on will tell an
open meeting of the American
League this evening how the I'. O
people got their lino work in on the
liotli tlio Aitveriiser ami Mar nave
raised their monthly subscription
price to in cents. oit can still get
all the news wr rth telling in the
llci.ixriN for fit) cents.
New subscribers come to the
Mi'LLims by every week's Klcninors
from the other island". It goes all
over the group. Ilusiuess men are
welcome to'see the list nuy tune.
Kaaipia, the native man who
threatened the Chhie.-e woman and
causi'd terrible injuries to her, on
I'uiichbo.vl htreol, will appear in the
District Court to moriow morning.
The household furniture of C. I',
laukea to bo sold al auction on
Wednesday, will be on exhibition
frtilti II n i.i ti 1 ii in t.i.tiiiii-riiii lit
......I ... ... w . ,..w..."-, ...
tliu riiallluiiuii oil I tiir.it rmifi tit ri..it
Mis llutchiusou, daughter of the
late Dr. P. W. Hutchinson, formerly
Minister of the Interior here, arriv
ed from Sydney by the Arawa to
take a teacher's position in St. An
Among Sumlay'n crop of rumors -eoiihigumeiils
of which prohihly
went forward by the Arawa -was
one that the American League mem
bers were to be disarmed this week
and martial law declared.
Hubert HaNtead'n sugar planta
tion at Waialua has been taken over
by his two nous, who will in future
manage the cctato under the linn
name of Halstead liroa. The retir
ing proprietor hu- been one of the
alile.il and beit-iiiformetl sugar culti
vator on the islands.
A sickening night was witnesH'd
by District Court fieipieuieti thin
morning. It was a Chinaman with
his head covered with clotted blood
and dirty rag", ami spitting blood
every few minute?. He had been as
saulted by another the other day,
ami kept tho blood stains for evi
dence. The board of trustees of the
(Queen's Hospital met in the Cham
ber of Commerce this morning, and
passed a few slight aim ndinenls to
the rules ami regulations governing
that institution. An application
from Dr. C A. PeterMin for member
shiiion the hom.rarv board of nhvsi-
cians of the hopital wte read atid,'
n, i.,i i... i
- inioirwii in i wiim'ui
Nine Chinese, iiieltiding Soy
Voting, manager of the Tmig Hiug
Socielti, were arre-ted this morning
for die fa. Captain Andrews made
(III) 10 rent. Till is the M'COlid t iuie
the same crowd wa arrested for the
same oll'etihe. The first lime they
were discharged for luck of evidence.
Tim l!i t.t. i.tin has repeatedly called
attention to the fact that eh fa
gaming was lauipaut at the Tung
lling .Socielv building.
A singing club, to be known as the
Harmony Club," ha been orgaui.
(I ainoiiLf (lermans. Nineteen char
I tor membern have aheadv I ecu mi-
cnrei am he o ow 1111:0 cers have
1 !., elected: K. II. V. Wolters, pre - i
dent; .1. L Ininur, v ici-iiii-iii-ut ; W
Fetter, secret an II. Klemme, tn-iM-uiei;
Cli. Wielaud, libiariau. The
club hat its hall on ll.-o itinia street.
Their next ineeliug will lie oil Weil
uesilay evening. I'll" Harmony is
practically a reorganization of the
X-OOAli AND GENERAL
SHOCKING EVENT ON SUNDAY.
Ohlncao Woman Ohasod by a Nattvo
is Terribly Injured.
At 2:10 o'clock yesterday afternoon
a telephone message, was received at
tlin Poliee Station tli.it. n tint he was
creating a disturbance at Kakaalto. i
Captain l.angloy immediately lelt .
nntivo man on the
u,0 Chinese bakery
lor tne piace aim louuu a urutiKcu
road In front of
at the foot of !
Punchbowl street, brandishing a I
pistol. A Chinese woman was found
bv tho olUcer in the bakery spitting
blood, while her person was covered
with blood she hail already lost. The
captain ordered the arrest of the
native and had the woman conveyed
to the Queen's hospital in a hack.
where it was found that her lower i
jaw was broken, besides which her i
face and body bote sundry wounds
nnd bruises. "
The following particulars wore
imcii to tho otlicer: A native named
I fitiiiiin itttlnriKl fltn alum nlwtnt ) I
..'..jock with a nistol in his hand.
He walked upsta rs, pvsing several
Chinamen. toid entered a room where
a Chinawoman was sitting. Kaaipia
bt'gati cursing and made a motion
as If to strike her. when she rushed
out of the room to the veranda and
jumped to tho ground. The vtoiuao
struck on her chin, breaking the
lower jaw and cutting her face and
brea-t. There was a slit across the
breast to the chin, which looked like
a wound caused by a glancing bullet.
This could not hae I teen the cause,
however, as the chambers in the pis
tol uero n loaded. 'I his morning
it Wis learned that the woiu.iu hail
rallied somewhat from the shock
and wis in the way ot recovery
Iiioiiirie.i at the scene of the out-1
rage elicited the following inform-' to Caroline und Douglas.childreii of
atiou: Kaaipia. who livei in the late i testator's grandson, l-'red. V. Ilmv
King's boathou.e, had gone to the ' aril, of San Kraneeoo, or their law
bakery and had a few words with , fill heirs; provided, however, thai if
the Chini'iM) woman over the pur- her sou, Charles lllaekburu. should
chase of something. The man left i leturn to thee islands and live here
in a hurry, saying he was going home i a sober, steady life, her executor
to tet his tiiitol, that on his return i may in his discretion pay him from
ho would tint a hole through the
woman. Kaaipia went home, got
hi oistol. ami carried it in lii.-i back
pocket, lie didn't go direct to the!
store, but went farther down the
street and had a gift of swipe. Ity
I hit he put liimelf in a still more
reckless condition, and thus made
his way to the L iiinese store. Kaai
pia walked in ami looked around,
evidently for tho woman. Not see
ing her in the store, Im walked up
rlain and fotitid her, with the lejult
mentioned. The window through
which the woman jumped wasaxury
small one. not even half the si.e of
an ordiunrv widow. It is above the
veranda itoor, cut in the lattice
screen, ami about twelve feet from
(ho ground. Shu could barely get
through and in her haMc must have
fallen head liml. Kaaipia is still
l'OIl TUT. MATERNITY HOME.
oioro Than u
at tho Luau.
Tie luati at tho Maternity Houm
on Sal mil, ly afternoon was micccs
ful beyond expectation. A lauai was
built on the grounds, under which
tables were spread, covered with
Hawaiian daintm-i, presided over by
the following ladic: Mrs. .1. A. Cum
min". I'riuce.ss l'oomailio.nni, Mrs.
Naktiiua, .Mr". Nowleiu, Mrs. II,
Lowers. Mrs. A. Haalelea, Mrs. W.
Auld, Mrs. K. Wilcox, Mrs. Parker,
Mrs. J- l'C.i!buni,.Mrs.C.A. Mrowu.
Mrs. K. S. Cunha had charge of the
Itluropeau table, where coiree was
dispensed. Mrs. C. O. Ilerger, sec
retary, in the absence of Mrs. K. W.
Macfarlaue, acted as head manager
of the luau. The dishes con listed
food cooked Hawaiian fashion,
that is under ground, and the
soroads were except iuually lino. The
Hawaiian National baud plated dur
ing the aftei noon. The luau la-ted
till IS o'clock. A number of tourists
attended the afi'air and joined in Hie
festivities. The flower girls were
numerous and gathered in many a
dollar, few, if any, being able to re
sist the appeal ol" the fair ones. The
receipts amounted u 3I2."M, with a
few more tickets to bo heard from.
The expenses will not amount to
very much, and the home will net a
DILU FItOM DllINK.
An Eldmly Natlvu Takos Fatal
tiitiima of Swipua.
Theie wa.-. eoiiilerualioti in a
houe on .Mautiakea hlreet on .Sun
day, when a native named Keakua
ntii L'ave no the L'lio.t after rwii-
uiug the feiun tiled stall' known as
"swioes" all the lil'iruiiiL'. 1 here
went several iroives in the group.
Where the swipe-, came from is not
known, but the nutter is being in
vesligatetl by Deputy Marshal
Brown, The natives who were with
Ketikuauiii am of the opinion that
he died from drinking too much
swipes, there being, what they con
sider, "too much alcohol" in it. Tho
intestines will be sent to Prof.
Lyons for examination. The man
was about sixty years of age. His
sou was notified of his father's death
and came up from Kwa this morn-
to superintend the funeral. The
ascd lull no other relatives.
KAUUANK AND KA0ULI.
Ilouetlt t'ur tho Widow ami the Com
rann of tho Slain Ollicur.
The charily entertainment al the
Opera House on .Saturday evening
for the benefit of Mm. Kauhaun and
Hermann Kaouli was not largely at
tended, the luau in the afternoon
proliably intiu firing wilh the atten
dance. Never! hulen, although rat her
slow, a fin 1 1 y good entertainment
was vvitiieeil iiv those pie-enl.
Peop'e who al tended lllllsl oveiloolt
auv little deficiency in an entertain
metit of this soil, and think of the
object, chant v- "Whatever )ugite,
- give it fie. v."
llo' ti'e" ( lull caiituri'd the audi
eliee I 1 (lie sel-'i'llon, ".Simple
Sihioii." Mi-nsts. W. II. Iloogs ami
V IV Ash were in good voice. Dr.
Mo. Me did not appear. Mr. Kdism:
gave imitation of wcll-luiowu actors.
Prof. IJurgur and hi oruhuitra iwU-twd.
Appeal by T. B. Mpssman Will
T. It. Mossniati appeals to the Stt
oremo Court from the decision of
Judge Cooper, sustaining
ant's demurrer to his ejeelinuiil suit
against tun uovoriitncni,
Sinotto MuUrmv petition the Cir
cuit Court for an order to allow her
to visit her husband, Henri U. .Me-
Grew, sho eomi)laiuiuir that hi"
friends will not allow her
promises where he is living.
E. K. Wright petition forprolnt"
of the will of .lixoph Keauo Pele.
who loft real estate valued tit i'.'.tX).
and his sister of 1 1 as heir.
Judge Cooper examine' ami ap-
moves tho accounts of J. Al. Dow
sett, as executor of the estate of 11.
V. V. Ash ford vs. C. W. Ash ford
was on hearing before J udge Cooper
this afternoon. Hart well for plain-
lilt llfiltli fur 1 1 ftlniitl mi f
H. II. Parker ootitions for probate
of the will of Anna J. Hlachburn,
who left personal estate valued tit
between SHK) ami .HkX). The will
i dated March 2ti, Hi"., It appoint
(Wov.) II. II. Parker as executor ami,
after directing that he place a suita
ble tombstone over tu-lotorV gnivn,
makes bequests a follow: l'o
Henry Green, sou of Porter Uracil,
of Honolulu, SIW; to Alary Wood
ward, daughter ot l'.irh.n.i Woo I
ward, of Honolulu, ?l f; to th
Woman's Hoard of Miionxjf llo
nolutii, .j.'iUj to the executor, all the
rest and residue of the estate, to be
invested by him for fifteen ear
from the date of the will, at the end
of that period to be paid, principal
and accrued intere.-t a.d proceeil
tune to time the micros! ami pro
ceeds of the investments, Witnee
to the will are L. A. Thurston am!
Clara S. Thurston.
MEETING- OK JOOKliY OLUU.
Will Docldo tho Question of Kucm
on Juno Kl.jvunth.
The Hawaiian .loilcy Club will
meet at the Paciti" Club at 7:: to
o'clock this evening. puruaul to tin
call of the socrotan, for tin regular,
annual mootiuf. O'ct of the chi-f
Ileum of bu-duoss xx II to decide who
ther to hold the Club's annual meet
at Kapiolani Park en -luue II. Al
though the meeting I" called rather
late this year, there issulllcienl time
for sportsmen to get their horses
into trim. Horse racing al Kapio
lani Park on K.imchumehu Dn.
luue II, has been for years pat a
fixed event, ami always looked for
ward to with expectation of a pleas
urable outing. The Cluli at its meet
iiilp his even tig should mil disap
point lover of sport by psn-ieg nv r
this event. The people of Honolulu
will be sati"tied with a few event",
say two or three trolling ne'"" and
a few running races. I hi" would be
greatly appteciated In, all. Come,
gentlemen, give us a few race".
ATTEWITED TO 85CIl
Kscapailit of an I::c-9oorotary of
K.II. Millor ,n ..!. U. special.
tried to slop the country eterda.
evening on the C. A. S. S. Aiaw.i. It
appears that a creditor had hoard
of .Millers intended depirlure and
reportetl the matter lo the policeand,
Caot. Patterson of tlie harbor poll, e
ami Deti.'ctive ISoyle were ola.'.-il
on the watch for liim The Anuwi
i went to sea wilh theollicem and Mil
ler oil biard. As the pilot wa
about to leave the steamer the olli
cers placed their hauOs on ,lii:.-i
nnd quietly invited him to a M'ut in
tho Mem of the pilot bat and do .vie
brought uhoroiiiid locked up. .Miller
had not the necessary p.i-iport. Hois
to be released thih alteruoou. There
is said to be "a woman m thncn-n."
.Miller was the first secretarv of the
Schuelzen Club, his sign-iminiial be
ing on memorials of that b.-dy ....
cepted ami placed on hie in the
archive of the P. (!. Councils.
Sunday School Inhibition.
A grand .Sumlay-sehool exhibition
will take place at the l.va Chinch,
liwa, on this inland, ii"t I hiir-dav
I morning, which will tal;.. uearlv all
i day to go through. C!a-es f
various uisiricis, iiiciuiliilu ix nun
Ivaiimakapili, Ixameliauieha, YVni
auae, Waialua and Kwa will partici
pate. Preparations fur the coining
event are in progress and a-, the
dithironl classes to t -lie part will
endeavor to excel one aimiher in
their respective progrn ns, 1110-.I iutei
estiug roMilts are oxpcftfii. .
TV. IIWU AI'eolN'JKIl Mil. (i P..
Vt ll.iiirilniiiu Mile iw in inr nil nl urn
t'oiilx, mil. ul Iroiu tlie i'i li'ln.ili'il Tii.i.mi
i. il'IPHA .V in.
Iliilielilln, April '.' l'l. !tr If
Hawaii a:; jockky ci.uu.
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Headquarters for White Goods
3NT. S. SACHS'
BBO irort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NMNHOoKs in I'n , Stri.., il,irU ami I'l.iMs.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
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INDIA LINONS, liTISTK AND COTTON CHAPES.
COITON Jin.LS IX WIHTK, UfEAAl AND KCKU.
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LACES im ' EMBROIDERIES !
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Alt-over Embroidory, Einbroitlery Flonucos and Demi Fluaocea.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
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Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
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Dry and Guilt's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys" Suits, Etc., Etc.
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I.MPtlHTLK AND DKALP.II IN
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Trcsb California Boll Butter and Island Duller
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Kbw Gjod!) Htccivcd by livtry Sieimer from San Fiancisco.
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mill ti;i.i;i lUi.vi:.-, jiu-
Prevision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Tresli Goods by Evory Cnlilornia Stoamor.
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11. K. .MclNrVliK & MHO.,
: Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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