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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
To Rwa Mill.
C II. II. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
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iv Kuu Mill...
l.enve I'carJ I'llv..
A. Hntttritnys only,
0. Kundavs ezrei!pit.
U. Siitiinliij!" osrt'iit'Ml.
ulu guihl i UlvtUL
wednesday, april 4, 1891.
Wkdnmuvy. Ajtrll 4.
Htnir Jninns Mnkco front Kmml
Btmr J A Cummins from Kuolnii
Wr.MEMiAY, April 4.
Am jehr U M KclloBi lvcron, for Sun
Am Mile Geneva, Ncllion, for Sun Kruri-
Ntnir Juntos Mnkco for llntiaiiir-nhi nml
inp.'i:i in i p in
.Stmr l.ikrilku for JItiku
Inu nt 4 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
tftinr V( Hull -IKiO bag. minr, M linus
enlu-e, ( !.! own. 2S heml of cuttle.
.'l Iiiim, 4 ImrMH, ai Rrceti hide, II hill
gout -kins, Inu i.fcgi iintlrie.
ttnr Jiunc Miki'i iVA) li;--iig.-ir.
l'rniii Hnvvitllnnil Mmil, ir Mmr V (I
llu II, Ajirll .1 Kritin Volrnno: I)r II V
Uelaml, Tliuiinw Horry, H II Mumfonl, J
II Knpe. II Jcriinl"in. WnyiMjrH; lj,M
V.'.',01.1'' s). n U"Hi'. ' I'rl-illnnilcr Ill-hop
Nil l, Mr nml Mr-l)ekotn, J M Moti-nr-rut.
M 1) Miiarrat, T Anmlit, K Stonnku,
Kor Knnnl. per stmr Iwnlntil, April :t -).rStiirk-y,JiiilK
Wl.lciiinim J W illrvln.
U (I Irwin, anil luiltek.
Kor Kifinl, pmlinr Mlknlmln, April n -
huiiil-.cn, I'A hlic, A II liloi-, T lionm-l'.mit-
nn.l wife. IMpli Wleox, H l).n
much, Mr. on Kmnk, iitul lOileek.
...'.'.'r !! I'-r "'' ''lumlliic. prl' :t -
llilcr Ulttlit, l.inrn IMlr.tn, Mr .Mill-.
Mr-CM Wultoii, uhlM tin.l -.orrniit, Mr-.
Intel. vr Noon in. minuter, A Wi'nr
Iir. A llnrnu, Ml-. M Ijtn.lfur.l, MIm M
k Un.lfnnl, It V Miynr mill win, Mm
llilv.ig.-l, J.i K l'ong. Mr-A. St i' I'll-
mmU ami clillil.
Tlitfliiiy ni-nrjliu Klshtimrkit N -tiiililcil
with llfliing i rati of nil kIihI- nml Ui-.
Tlio Mciiincr V. (J. Hull will lonvu on
her imtiul ruutout to o'clock KrMuy morn.
Tho mciiincr .1. A. Ciiiiinilii- Iminulit in
iiti.'tliprtlioii-nii.lliK-ofMipir from Wul
mmiiilo for tliu lirlttmitlnu tluncvu.
'I Iim Milliner Juines Mnkeu rninc in from
Kiip-m thl- mornliiK hIHi n full loml of
iijur, nml will h-uvo nj-nlu for the mine
pluoo nt I o'clock thin ntte i noon.
The liripuitinc (Iciiuvu, I'lipluin .Wll-oii,
-.nihil till- nfieri for . l-'miicii-n
wlili l.VOi img- niignr. weighing l,L"i
oii .l, nml viiIii il ntfVJ.hl. The xlih.
iiuiit uilli the vxri-ptl if lluilmg- liv J.
r. WutfilioiiKV, wn- mtiiltj hy W. fi. Ifwln
Chinoso Residnuts Colobrath With u
Kcast at tho Ooutotorios.
To-dny, April 1th, is ilvcorntioii
tlny with tho CliiiioMinntl Is ho boitij,'
obMirvtHl ly tho Chitii'so in tho city.
Every Chiucno hnck wiih tHiyaoil
enrly tltin morning f(r lomlrt to tlio
unmet cribs nt Mntion, i'atioa nnii
.Mnkiki. Tlio I wo former ocmo
lories aro nlmost uscliiitivuly rnv.
ynriii for Chitiosc, and nt tho Inst
mi'iitiotiotl only tho member of tho
Chincho Church on Fort street nro
hnricil. Very few Chinese went to
the Mnkiki cemetery to-dnv, Iiocuiiho,
thoy sny, it's n "church" cemetery.
'I ho hucks which loft for Mutton
ntid 1'ntton wtiro lontlcd with orient nl
dainties including ronst pig unci
chicken nnd Chinese salmis. The
Chinamen snt around tho Krios
nun nto mo tooti. TJioy will return ;
Bookod to Loavo.
The followiu; lift' includes thin
tmoiih'ers who hnvo hooked to i
leave on tho S. S. Mouownt up to !1
p. m. to-dny:
Mrs. M. C. Lenvitt, MiH Schtnoele,
O. KuiiHt, W. D. Nicholas, Miss
Annie Alexander, Miss Keough, l.
A. F. Brewster and wife, J. M. uth
child, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. P. Nelson, .1.
N. Lenl, Mibs Cttdahy, C. U. Itipley,
C. C. Morse and wife, II. Jerusalem,
Miss W. Morse, Thos. Uerry, H. K.
White, Jr., mid wife.S. 1. Mutnford,
Dr. horriui, J. II. Knple, J. Iiirch
Fisher, Dr. II. A. Cleiand, Leigh H.
Irvine, N. II. Withee nnd wife.
J. A. Kennedy is clininuan. nnd T.
P. Severin secretnry of tho American
I uioii party's central commtttee.
Pupils in the puliliu hchnols will
hnvo two weeks' play after this week's
work is untied on Friday.
Tho Kuyuiond A; Whitcoml) tour
ists aro hooked to leave on the S. S.
Australia on her next trip. The
party is at the Volcano, and will re
turn on the Kiiiau.
At tho close of this day's sitting
of the Hoard, 01!) voters 'had been
registered fortho constitutional con
vention election. In tint three days
past 2(H) have been registered.
One Impediment. American
Youth: Well, Parkins, do you think
I shall look preMMitabieat the reccp
li'in litis nveuiiig,' Imported Valet:
lloverylhing his hall right now, sir,
ion-opt yuiir gha.itly llninuricnu
haccout -Unml Xni'H.
Mr. Jerome's paper To-Dav re
marks that "Had Mr. Lubouchere
been an ancient ,Inv he woulil liae
moved a vote of cenure on Mu.cs
for taking nosnsiou of the 'Pro
I,OOAIi AND aENEKAL NEWB.
Tho P. G. councils will meet to
Only two natives have taken tho
oath nt Kona, Hawaii.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. -Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
C. Holto nnd wife will leave on
next S. S. Australia for the Const.
Tho Hnruiony Club will meet nt
the Pacific nt 7:!10 o'clock this even
ing for practice.
Ten natives nnd ono Portuguese
submitted to nrrest yesterday for
non-payment of taxes.
Six passengers aro already booked
to leave on tho steamer W. G. Hall
to-morrow for the Volcano.
Electric lights have been put into
tho Judiciary building. An incau
dcccnt lamp is hung over tho main
Tho goods and chattels of tho
Temple of Fashion woro turned over
to II. Hackfeld it Co., receivers, this
Dr. Trousseau's steam launch,
which was recently ollored to the
Government, is mi tho Marino Hall
way being cleansed.
Particulars of tho dancing clnjos
to be conducted by Dan Lyons np
pear in this paper. The charge Is
Tho Chinese Protective Union will
meet to-morrow evening for the pur '
pose of electing ollicers nnd an as
sisting committee of thirteen.
Mnuuaken street near the fish
market was alive with vegetable and
fish venders. Gold nnd black li-li
about the size of small mullets were
plentiful, and for sale at twenty-live
A demented Chinnmnu jumped
overboard from tho steamer V. G.
Hall while she was anchored in Ma
nlnea bay. Tho would-be suicide
was dragged by his iptcuo from a
Government olllcinls are limy en
duavoriug to induce natives and
Porlugueiu to take the oath. One
elderly Portuguee who could barely
M'ratcli his name was rounded ui
A Chinnmnu war brought over
from Ivoolnulna yesterday afternoon
to be imprisoned' in Oalifi Jail until
; his line of .() was worked out. He
had been cmivleietl of plnviug die
fa in that dNtrict.
1 Great preparations are being made
bv tho ladles who are arranging the
roast of Nations," to occur on Fri
day week. A Japanese kimono to
be worn at the feast, valued at &),
was recently rcceivi il from Japan.
Ono of the large Japanese um
brellas wan opened on Hotel street,
to show to some cu-touiers. ns I lie
Dai Nippon store wu not large
enough to open it in. It would ac
commodate iptito a good-si.ed tea
Dai NipMii, Arlington blick, has
, just received a large invoice of Jnp.i-ue.-e
goods too utimeiou.. to men
tion. Tho prices are verv rea-on-
able indeed, and the goods should
ho seen to bu appreciated. See
The Ceylon tea sold by Mr. Sadri,
the Cingalese merchautou Nuuanu
street, is of n delicious llavor. It
i suggests the "spicv bree.o." that
"blow soft ou Ceylon's isle." Withal
tho brow has good "body," and a
cup of it is full of cheer.
The priucipaln in the pro-pool iw.
match for tlio bantamweight cham
pionship of the islands met yester
day, and owing to a hitch in the
articles declared the fight olf. It
was to have been between A. Jack
; sou and "Young" Vierra for a purse
of $M). i
The newspaper known a. the Chi
nese Times has changed hands for '
I the second time in throe ycarx of it..
I exihteuco. Tho lirst crowd who ran
I the paper lost several hundred dol
i lars, and lmvo it uo. The .-omnil hit
lost a few dollars and they followed
Tho Friend for April lias much
matter from the mis-ion ground of
Micronesia brought by the Morning
Star. In an editorial "it opposes the
project of band concerts ou Sunday,
claiming thoy would be a breach of
courtesy to a large number of peo
ple who love a quiet Sunday.
By requi'M of strangers, who ate
extremely desirous of hearing the
original Hawaiian baud, there will
boa coniert by the Hawaiian Na-,
tioual baud at the Hotel to-morrow
evening. Tho ovout will ho exceed
ingly welcome lo residents a. well
as visiting friends from abroad. ,
T. H. Hobrou, agent for the Ha
waiian exhibit at the Midwinter
Fair, has had some fresh liuln pa u
made for the hula girls at (lie fair.
They will be unit oer ou the S. S.
Mouowai. Tlie hula dancers hae
complained of their present toggery
being iusutlicieul to keep out tlio
A native hackmuu was euiminod
by Dr. Cooper ou Monday, and pro
uouiiccd lion compos meiilin. Dis
trict Magistrate Kilioil-on touched
by the nppcuN of relatives of the
man, gaui huu one week at liberty.
If he grew wor-e, at the end of that
time he would be committed lo the
Kahalewai pleaded guiliv to a.
sault anil battery on All V-iug on
March . 'til in the Di-nict Court in
day. and was -ontomed in pay a line
of.-15. Ah Sing wa- badly u'-ed up
ami made hiin.-.-lf an nlj'cl uf bur
cor when he appealed in Court,
wearing all tlio owdoneo. he could
preserve of his iiijuiio-.
The Friend relate a et.iry of Dr.
Pea-e, a mi Miliary in the Snulh
Sea", being otromf and refusing a
crown. 1 1 -el tho emu ii boon pin
selileil III sumo tangible shape, j.m.
ing it a commercial value, it would
perhaps have b.-ou "thankfully ac
cepted," only lo meet the fate of
1 lCamuulii'a feather huluiul
THEY SUNK THE JOB.
Twonty-one Natives Who Put Patri
otism Abovo Pudding.
Two or three weeks ago William
Mutch, superintendent of buildings
for tho Bishop Estate, engaged
twenty-ono natives to bo employed i
in the erection of the building for1
tho Kauiehaineha Girls' School. The I
men engaged were directed to see ,
Tim Murray, pre-ident of the Amor-1
lean League. Murray advised tho
iiauves iioi. in sign any annexation
paper -so they say.
A week after the men had gone to
work. C. Wilder saw several of them
nt the school building and made
them sign some paper. One of these
men stated to a Billhtiv reporter
this morning tliat he did not know
what was in the paper, nor what he
was signing. He wanted to get to
his wirk and get rid of the man.
Tho natives then thought that was
the la-t of tho "signing" business.
About 'I'M o'clock yesterday after
noon eleven of the men were picked
out by the superintendent and told
logo to the Judiciary building ami
register. Tho men came into town
and assembled at the houo of one
of the number nnd held n meeting,
finally they walked to the Judiciary
building, and it was evident thoy
woro expected, for Cotniniiouor
Kawaiuui welcomed them and asked
for their signatures. Tho men stolid
ly refused and walked out. Mr.
Mutch hail previously told them
that he would know when they came
back who had registered and who
had not. This mottling (he eleven
men arrived on the Kamchamoha
School building ground a usunl nnd
were met with the question if they
had taken tho oath. They replied
in the negative and, after a little
preliminary talk, they were told to
quit work. The eleven men walked
away, the other ten following in
their footsteps. So now there are
no unlives at work on the building
for the reason, according to their
statement, "of their not taking the
oath opposing monarchy."
Tho following nro the names of
the loyal Hawaiian: C. B. Mnue.-e,
Kauckuu, Mo-e Liwai, Kaui. A pa,
Kailie, Akaiuu Niauhoe, Wiiiama,
Euieki, loane Kaaua, Opuiiele, Ka
tnai, Pine, J no. lokepa, Ketiluilii,
Kuhao, Knuihe, Maila, Moke and
STOLE A FEATHER, HELMET
Snrious Charge Against n Dond Mic
slounry by tho Atlvortisor
Had the following appeared any.
where el-e but in the Pacific Coin
meicial Advertiser, that paper would
doubt le.-s have st igmati.e(( it as "n
foul slander of the dead." It is
probably the first admission ever
made by that paper, under Its pro
sent direction, that niiv missionary
who ever lived ou llieso islands
would have stolen anything--whether
real estate or personal property
from a benighted kanaka. The
paragraph i from a d-criplion of
the Hishop Miimmiiii:
"A feaihor helmet that belonged
to Uaumalii, Hi" la-t chief of Kauai,
is another valuable tiling that be
longs to I ho Government. Katitua
Hi was huiiiiuoueil to appar before
t lie chief of O.iliu, and, Tearing that
he was going to loi-o his life, ho left
his helmet -the iiiost valuable treas
ute he possessed -with a missionary
friend of his, to keep for him, in
ca- he should escape the death
penalty. Kautualii was not killed,
but, in some way, the missionary
very conveniently forgot to return
the helmet to him, and, at her
death, it was put up at auction and
bought by the Government."
VI ANTAl'ION LADOH.
Mumuom of tlei Council Will Moot '
UhtuuEo Miirvhants. I
The question of procuring cheap I
labor Tor ililferent sugar plantations
ou the islands has boon bothering
the planters considerably. Suirgo
lions have been made bv corn-Mined-
ontr. to secure Poituguee and Ger
mans fur plantation work, but uo
iinlice seems to have been taken of
these suggest ions, presumably for
reasons. The further importing of
Cliine-e laborers under proper re
strictions lias been recently agitated
with I he rc-nlt that the following
iiiembeiK of the Council will confer
with local Chiue.se merchants on
Satuulay next, with a view of occur
ing their opinion as to tint proper
course to be pursued: C. B ('e, D.
B. Smith, E D. Tetiitey. J. Eiuiue
huh ami W. C. Wilder.
A prominent Chinaman stated to
a Bli.li:tin reporter that he did not
thiiili moie t'hine-o plantation labor
ciiuld bo got from China. The
license bill which came lately before
the Council has scared the Chiuc-o,
and mme can be ordered to come
here. tiul-s some protection isgieu.
FOUGHT IN A STORE. ,
Two Eluvatwl Nutivos Trespass on
Two natives slightly under the in
11 nonce of gin entered a (hiiie-e
fruit store on Maunakea street this
noon and sipiaied oil' in real pugilis
tic .style. The proprietor protested
against the use uf liis stoin fur a
battle ring, but he was ignored and
the men fought. The Chinaman
went fur assistance unil fmiud the
ever-ready man in blue When they
arriwil at the si me a knock out was
witnessed. One man lay mi the
grnuml with blnd frmu a cut on his
head, the olio r had a . i -li d. The
man was Iimhi'Iii in I lo Si.u inn. and
when he reei.iei- his -nber -en-es lie
Will llu doubt tell the police who Ills
Captain llrice, oniiiuiaudor of (he
I'. S. ,s. Adam-, wa- pie-ented to
I'lesi'lelil Dole ill Ills ollioe (gold
room; lo I'uiied .St.ii.- Miui-ter
Willi- I Ins foieiio.'ti 'I'lio captain
was attended i Ln-ili Vogelge
sang and with i In- .Mnu-iei was pie
-euteij U Mij i (! '. C Potter, aid
to tlio I'ic-idei.l I're-uleiit Dole
was atleuded l. the lliollllloiH of the
Cabinet ami I J (."I. Li-her, acting
coiniuuudor of the fotces
Tax on Legacies Ice vs. Electricity
In Polapola vs. Maria ami Frank
Carr, tho plnintiil has filed a motion
to dismiss tl o appeal of defendants.
Judge Cooper yostetday filed a
decree in accordance with his recent
decision in tho inaltor of tho Ban
nitig estate. Tho administrator, W.
F. Allen, is decreed not chargeable
willi tho losses on Union Iron Works
and Seattle bonds, and is allowed to
credit himself with ffWJ.'KH commis
sions on his sixth account, nnd
2180.00 on his seventh account,
while tho correct balance of princi
pal chargeable to tho administrator
on January 10, lS'.l.'l, is found to be
$110,7815(8. Mrs. Banning and Kit
dolph 'Banning both appeal from
In the matter of tho estate of A.
A. Coruiot, Jtnlgo Whiting has is
sued an order, appointing Henry
Smith, mastery in chancery, nn ap
praiser to appraise tho market value
of real estate at Pnlama. under the,
law of 18'J2 to tax legacies, bequests
and inheritances. A hearing upon
the matter and upon the master's
report is set for Monday, the Minis
tor of Finance .to bo notified of the (
Brown nnd Hatch for defendant
have tiled a brief on their appeal
from Judge Cooper's decision in i
People's Ico and Refrigerating Com-
pany vs. Hawaiian Electric Com
pany. Tho grounds aro as follow :
1, No contract: as long as it was
competent for tho plaintiff to with-!
draw from tho proposal, it was com-'
potent for tho defendant to with
draw its oirer. 2. The case being an
exchange of interests in laud, sigua- J
lures were required by both parlies,
in order to comply with tho statute:
whoro there aro mutual promise, i
unless both parlies aro bound j
neither is; the passage of n vote at '
n meeting of plaintilf company can- ,
not bo n compliance with the statute I
of frauds in a case of the sale of
After obtaining medical evidence1
ns to the ward's condition, Judge
Cooper has declined to grant the!
petition o Siuetto McGrew for i
leave to visit her husband, who is i
I recommend Chatnburlalu's Pain
B.'lllll for rllnnmntUm Intm. I, ...,!
sprains and swellings. There is mi
iciii-r iiiiiiiiciii inane, i nave soiii
over 100 bottles of it this vearand
all were ideated wh.iiwi.il it. .1. I."
Pierson, druggist. South Chicago, '
in. it is lor sale nv all dealers.
Benson, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
Krmj tlrvrlpliiiH oJUII I'HIXTtSU
iliHir nl Ihr UtilUllii Oilier,
DAN I.YO.N-'liANil.Vu I'l.AsS Wll. I.
Ii- channel f out il(. Drill Hlio.l m
Arlnn Mull, Mlilcli he hi- ronitsl fur T
Int. Tliiir-iluv iiikI Nitnnliv if iich wck.
The Siilurifi,vorj;aiilr.i-.cl.. for '111-1-rvn
will in. it nt tin- Arleii Hull nt .'oVIo. k
i-Htiirilii nfti-rti'Hiti. Apil' "th.
On 'fiu-ilii) evuihic, April tin h. m 7
iiMiii-k, iicl.ii- will In- foruil eiMmim, i
On Thiir-ilu.v iittrriionii, ut :t o'clock. '
Alirll (Jill. II KtlCI-lllI I'l'lt. ulll I- l..r,.....
1)11 till. hIi.ivp iIhv. Mr I ,i.j I...
Oil the hInivi1 iIhv- Mr. I.inn
Men ut the Hull from li to 1.' h.hiii
Hottl Street (Arllonton Block i
The nlhure Store h' reeilveil unotlii-r
Spleuilid leviilee of
JdpaniwSilk Fanr (iinhIs
b o o f .
Per S. S. China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Dr. s. IIimiiK in all e, iHii nml
rii-lilon.. Tallin I'd vi-rn,
llisl Cover-, leetii-.
Silk Grape Rainbow Suits,
All ( uliirs I iiney I Irji (.cries.
lliillli ., Scurf-, SiiKhe-,
.liiel.el-, C.ijj-, ;to , I'.te.
The I'rlee- of tln-.e rii.iiil- Mill ll-totll-li
veil, Inelll HllK'
Hull 'miiiic I iKiiri-tl.- I'lise-,
Sll . I'eil I'u-ii-,
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Hilk I'lnlirclh- hulit Inn -iirt.iiii .
I'lnlri-uiltlli- f I.
I'.'iiiihon IIIiimI-. ll'O.I with .u lev.
Silk linii Miuih -. new st.vle.
Japauusa ScrcaiK, from S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
t& I un Iim .set th l'i.e in the
iriouml, ii f .r 1'iei, . or I, nude . i.m
in ii er- llli-v eiltl lie . ! 1 nut HI 'I nl
a u It nt.
IN liliCM V.MtllirY.
Elegant Silk Kimooos!
"tTTi 1 1. i. .iliu ih - mIiiIIv Inv.leil.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
tint, Mtry V. OTtttlon
of riiia, O , fT il, r ,r.
Iiljn- nro A. -Ui.i.l,
D.l look it Itt Ilk Mil
Rafesd froiiij'jo Dead
Long and Tonihlo IHnosa
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by ITood'B
Mrs. Marr r. OTnlion, n very Intolllscnt
lady of riiui, OMo, was pol'oncd wMlo as
sisting pliy.lcl.iti. at un nutup.y C years ntfo,
soil soon Irrrltile iitrrro titoke out on her
Iieait, srnn, tnngito ami tti-iat. Her tnlr All
carao out. She wrljliccl but 7fl lb.., nmt saw
no rrop?t of help. At la-t s!io bejan to
tako llooil'i 8ir.np.irllla ami nt onco lm.
proTCctj eout.t oc:i prt out nt bed an J wftlk.
BIio says t " I became perfectly curc.l by
imlnm now a well woman. I weigh 1281b...
eat welt and ito tho work for n larco family.
My eao seems a wonderful recovery and
ptiy'l-hn. Iomk nt no In p.'ntiMcnrnt. su
alii'OSt Hup nnc tnlrtl front Hie lenil."
HOOD'3 PlLLO sliotiM M In tr.rf fjmtlf
lacliclb tbttl. enctuird.lwy, tfrrtd.
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Ring Up Bell Telephone 122
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CAJIXJ OK TIIAI.KS.
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Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
orao jcort atroet, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Mrlp.il, fl k- nml 1'laM-.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. UKlUFs AND IMIU'E".
Il.lirll In Mrirf-.I, rhirk-, I'liilil- nml Hair Line,
INDIA LINONS. HATISTK AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CHEAM AND FCKU
IMMKNSK VAItlKTY OK
WHITE .-. 3-OOIDS
vv kndi.is v.i:ti:rv ok
LAGES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMII0II);I:Y I.DMlNuSlii .. Vn,,. ,v m H;,ml..ir lii
AM Wi.ltlu with In rtliiK to Match.
All-uver Etnbroldory, Embroidory Floaaces and Demi Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
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5ltf l.obiiisoii Block, Hotel Street.
NKXI ToOIHlWAY V I'olirKIt
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
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Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
"t-S t if iniHissil)i. r,. u. to tiioiitioii all the Artiok'ti
- salk cd.mmkncks on
Monday, March 19.
I'LKASK G1VK ME A CALLS
Stock lust fcs Sold on May 1st.
I liiivt- hcfii iiistniftcil hy Mu. .1. M. in-: S. k Sii.va,
IMopiiotorof f II.WAIIANlAPAM:si:HA.AAIt, Hotel Htl'L'Ot,
to m-II his ht,K.k ,,- .lAI'AMOSIU (J()())S. Alwi, n big 8
soitiiii.nt of .lAI'AXliSK PAPKK NAI'KIXS will bo hoI.J
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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
ii. vimi iiiNiitiii.ii to i i.osi-: oir mis i.inkui-
' I'- ! AN III Y TIII.M . 'ltCr..s
AWAY HKLOW COST.
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IMI'DltTEK AND DLALlilt I .
ttRGCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
rrosli Calilomia Roll Butter and Island Butter
Hew Giods Itecelved by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
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LiMot.s HuirK, KiNfi Sim.fc-r. IH:r. I-'iiht and Ai.akka .Stukktu
iioth Tl'.l.i.i iio.M .'in .
Ill KOKT STKlSliT.
Importers, Wholesale i Ketail (iiwrs
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fr-sb Goods by Evory California Steamer.
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed
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