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SATURDAY, MAY 111. Itwi
Sugar is said to liavo ro.'iulii'il, in
early May, the lowest point in price,
in the. world' history The ttua
tion is not encouraging to xug.u
planters union the smgar tanlT giK'
through Conires lv a no rntvli.
litost reports (of the'Uay of the
steamer's -ailing from Sau Fran
uiseo). slate that the Vilon TariO
Hill will be defeated in the Senate,
owing to the iutene feling again.'
the Sugar Trul, de eloped xinee
tliu threatened expiy liy one of tin
Senator?, of the speculation in Sugai
Trust stock by the members of tin
Si'iiate Committee having the "iig.ir
tunir in charge.
THE B1UTISH MINISTER.
Major Vodehone's retir'inint a
the tepre-entative of Her Imperial
llritanuie Mnjatr will make a veri
(.'vitispieiioii' blank in the diplotuatii
ciups at (hit capital. A. lVuiil
tjeneral. Commissioner and M mi
ter Kesident, he has ervetl hi- Sov
teigu, his Government ami hi- fel
low count rymeii here with signal
ability for nearly thirty jear.. Hi
had previously been in his count r'
service at other potts in and about
till- ocean. Minister Wodelnei)'
has had the unvarying confidence
and rcpect of succe ive soveieigtir
and their counsellor. a well ns of
hi- fellow. diplomats at all time.
lie ha- .-ceil maiiv political crie- in
there i-iamN, and in all hi- counsel
lniw been tuo-t valuable. Tin1 lift.
i.Lris wi-lies Major Wodehou-i
inanv more year- of health with In-weil-e.iruuil
lei-urM. Then i noth
ing significant about the reduction
of the rank of tin post on hi' rHin
uient. It wa- not because tin- I'.ni
i-li (Jiiv.'riinii'iit had chungiul it
policy with n-gard to thee i-latnl
Idat Major Wodehou-e wa-a lear of
i wo ago proiiiuled from Commi-
loiier to Miiii.-ter Itsideut. I le
chaugi wa- made a-a mark of Him
M:iji'1' ri'coguition of hi- long am!
iiM'ful i.'irier in the diihitnatic er
vice. THE HAWAIIAN NEWS.
With a irrt'.it ..imli the AiIih
Hmt i iifs in an extra a !-1 .. t I.
from Mr lla-tiuu-, in eharg' of tin
Washington Legation, to Mr Wil
del. Coii-ul-Cieiietal at Sau I'tan
ci.-eo. which we reprint elsewhere.
Tleue i iiothiig lau. ille n tie
luce of the tn-Wri to make -ucli an
ado Uiii. Nei'herthe llon-e noi
the Sciiiile ha- el liniillv coii-hler
(! the llawaiiati ipie-tion. and u
meuilicr of either hou-i i- in a po
sition to Mute what will be theont
come If it i- line lli.it Admiral
Walker licre to lake por-c-suni of
I'.iul Harbor, then it i- to be pit
Hine-d thiit -uch a te.-l of the Wi.ie
of Mr ll.i-tiug' adi .c-will nut l.i
loi'r; in inliiiirin;.'. There wouh
-eviu to be nothing so iiiipiolinhic.
however, thai President Cleveland,
afier (li-iiouiicing tln "force out
inn i," under his prrdeccs-or mi
nimis! ration, from which the oIF-t
of the i-l,'iuds cillle to I lie L'lllli'ij
State., will touch with hi- little I'm
(.'i-i any portion of the foiccfuil.t
and fiaiidiilently prolTercd property
'1 he tanir news is no le -hadi
We have what is prohably later lliu.
Con-iil-lieiieral Wilder' trau-iui-
mod. to the elfect that the wholi
larilf bill will go under owing to in
diguation at the alleged dickeiiuu
in Sugar Trust stocks b .-leiintor-who
took adiautage of their private
knowledge of the tanlf poiie;..
Admiral Irwiti iMjuoted by dilfeiei.t
Sau Kraueisco papers a- repieent
iiiglhe 1'roiisioual (iovetniin-nl to
be in a rather precartou- pouiou.
lie i- reported as saying lint the
natiies are ery restle.-s and new- of
an uprising would not be surprising
to him. Il a pievious miil a pn
vale report was rcccm-d that I'ou
oiil lieueral Wilder wa- selling II.,
waiian boi.d- at t.Y Tie -toiy em
cii mi iniprohalile that the lit i.i.irn.s
preferred to withhold it for further
information. To-day's mail confirms
Ihe report to the client of the price
of I lie bonds, but the info man)
could not trace up the orginal
seller. A merchant of Honolulu
wa, however, a purchaser at S.'i
This is an extremely bad showing
for the Provisional Government,
who.it vvu a eiteil blatantly .onie
mouth- ago, had vuvly unpi'oiel
the liuaucial credit of the country
Senator 1'eikiu.s ha- written to a
capitalist in San Francisco that the
Hawaiian quest ion would not lie
considered in Cougres- until tin
taiilT bill had been dispo.cd of
This is another nailer for the Urn
erumeut's ollicial intelligence. The
nous that I'lesulent Cleveland had
uxprcs-ed himself an favorable to
a constitutional republic here is
also fishy. It is not at all likely
that the President i furnishing
comfoitiiig news to lh( press of
liu opponents. A P. G sup
porter here wrote to the (Joint
that the results of Ihe const i
tutioiial convention elect ion were
surprising and disappointing to the
Provisional (Jovuruuioiit. With tucl
lelllale facts going before the United
States Aliiiiiii( ration, Legislature
ami public, every day's delay in
i bringing up the Hawaiian question
! f .r final disposition will be of benefit
' io the cause of popular government
I and national tiilit in thc islands
I 'lithetto the delay ha been wearing
I mil wearying, but now a little more
delay ni.iv be deemed beneficent. A
highly inti Iligeiit nation may be de
ceiled -rinietimes, but it cannot be
!.ettt in the il.-irk oti :on niiiKt imi nil
'.lie time. Lovali-ts should there
i 'oru further i M'. their -ouN in
! oiitience. While enlightenment on
' our affair- i advancing in the United
States. li-.u(cgr.iliou is bigilllliuu
to develop it -elf conspieuouIi
ituongst the support of the present
.mcou-t it ut tonal ruler-of Hawaii.
rimy Allow Juris to Umtervnlu
Gcoda ltolteu BusliU'-s.
A .lapane-e -tore on King -tteet,
three iinors from Mattuakea street
on the mak.'ii -ele was, depoilei of
t- goods yesterday afternoon. It
api'i'ir- tint the linn which con-i-t
il of .lapam - had entered a certain
invoice of good- under value, and
i hee article- h.-ul pas ed the Cu
tout House Yesterday afternoon
i.'o, or of Custom-Castle ln-t met
ed Port Surveyor Sanders to engage
-ullii'ient d ravage with which to
'ranspori -aid good-to the Custom
.ni- When receivi d there a iri'ti
rat mveiig.iiiou will be held, and
tie truth of the matter arrived at.
I'he good- arrived on the S, S. Gae
lic from Yokohama, were allowed
to laud and were returned to the
'u-iom- ilepirtmeut again today.
I'lns -how- that there mut be-ome
thing radtc.dlv wrong in the Cus
tom- department, which -hoiild Ite
I 'luuieipalely attended to.
aki, t he owner of t he -tore nicti.
) 'ioncd, lias been arre-ted for ruling
' glint; good-.
A Doublu LaUKhlnp Hill.
The many admirers of Jjailey s
otiipauy who have enjoyed t"he
comedy presented throimh a vein of
, dramatic material and vvi-hed for a
wtler opportunity to excite the risi-
. i'i . are to be accorded an oppoitun
tv to n) hi.
It i- to be latih from the ri-e to
le- fall of the curtain, opening in a
r nd fiice In-iiug twenty live min
H - mii. I citning with a hilarloti
!rih com,y "ciMi-trncte'l for latiirh
tig purpose, only." In I lie "(.'hi. led
I'nigediaii" Mr. Yimou tecite-with
Irainatie firce ad ,e strong cene
of "II. one l." "IJ chard." "Othello"
and "M.u-lx lb." while oiliei. ate at-
einptieg In- as.a..iiiati,ui wil It a
' aric' v of mo rumen!..
In ".Muical.ev"- Yi-it" the hutuor
fa-t and feriou-. silt rounding the
incltn.' of a lo-t hoy mid the e.
riiiu'"iueii of an Iri-h vvoiiiau's af
'ftiiiii- A Mimiiirof in w mn.ic.-tl
lumliet. viol ls pr s-uited, and Ml
I ia.-uian wilt rep.'i' the serpentine
i dance. Lauh while you may.
, ritjnsmit Hull way ).i:trjitniv.
' An e,Mir'i)"i ii'lv compii-iuu l
'Ween l..o .it! J. II i.n)le left on i.
.pM-ial tr.i a ti, tocrcats on the t ).
I(. A I.. I o.'- i ( lotcfday' eVi-mng
' for If. imeid Grove The p'lrty wa-
, OllMMI ,. tin- K!leie cxciir.ton.
When the liaili arnveil the pavilion
i va found tirnlianliv ligliicd with
i uiciiiid to ighi.. When all had
j iiteo l t in- pi. limn, mu-ic fot danc
iiii.'wi- si. in t, up and a gay tune
j vvn- ha. I. 1 he iianeing and jollity
j cia.id at II ''ch ck. and lifteeii min
ute, later the snorting iron lior-c
he.-iiled fur I He tiiwii st at ion, arriv-
i in,' aooitt midnight. In addition to
.the .mv time had at ihe grove a
I "o.nihglil dine through lie rice
lielil. and an excellent view of the
I harbor was much enjoyed.
Whi- in S.ui I'raucisco Col. Mac
farlaue atranged with ISev. II 11.
W.cc of (laklaiul for an excursion
parly by tie- te oner Au-iralia of 17
i-nlie. a .ii i.'cioeiueu to visit Hono
lulu, the V ilcauo, and Haleakala, on
the -line line- a- the hotel mid the
teauisii , mipaiiics have arranged
with lie Kay lie. ml Whilcoiuli ex-cur-toi'-t.
I'he party arrived in
go.d If .ill 1 1 by the steamer this
morion;;, and are quartered at Ihe
liana. i in Hotel. They will remain
liele f.l.out six weeks,' and will in
cbnte i in- 1-l.iiid of Kauai in their
.toier.iiy. On ue.xt Tuesday they
lake the kii'ii for llilo ami the
Yolcimo, letting Maui ami Hale
akala the follow 111' Week,
Now Hucltfuld Hl.iol Cbppur.
('apt, i a llcrki-oti.aiiohi-iimoship-mti-ter
who is well known in this
pod ami was here last year in com
maud of the German bark .). C.
Glade, i- now at Port Glasgow, on
, t he ( I vile, mi pi riuleuiliiig I he build
ing of a new -teel ship al Un-scl'ii
yard for the Lot. German line of
ve..ils Laii. is known a1- the Ni
trate King of Geiiuauy and has a
huge fleet of vo-sel. sailing t i the
West ( 'o'j.t The new vessel, which
will be lini.hed in .lime, will be cad-
' id the 11 P tilade and will run in
tee llnckfciit Line between llr.'lllcn,
Ifoiiolulu and this port. -N ' Cum
mi r i it ii t
0KU RAILWAY AHD LAND CO.
iw v mi aii hi; iti.Nh i ivm
I.. I'.M. Mm.
II It V l.
.M. I.M I- M. l-.ll.
,., ,, l,.ii.iln, i s. 0 :', j..i, ;, )
, i-.. I'.-nrl ' . , .m.lij -J;SU -: lit tU
Vrnve I, am Mltl ,ii..',; 'j-ri7 .'Vjja, ,i;.m
' . II. II. A.
I.U A.U. I'.M. P. 'J.
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Vi. v. II. ,n. .inn ?-ai I !.,.. i ttii 0.13
V, iiitnrinv bid).
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I) hUlllllluVK UXL'Clill-lt.
NEWS AllOUr HAWAII.
Iloyalist Mooting Resolutions Bufore
The President (May '.() has sent to
the Senate ,i letter from Minister
Willis at Honolulu, inclosing the
resolution' adopted by a mass-meeting
of royalists, alliruuug that loyal
eiti.eti.s viill refu-e to take the oath
of allegiance to i'u Ptovisiona' Gov
eminent and refrain fomi lotmg for
delegates to the Con-titutiotial Con
Tin- N.iiy Dcpirttnent ha- receiv
ed a report from Admiial Walker an
noiinciiii: In- arr.val at Honolulu.
dtniral Walker appears to hu pro
sectitiiiu hi- inquiries into the cost
anil met hod of improving Pearl ITar
lior for a United Mates n.tval -tation,
for he akei for detailed map- of
the harbor and i-Iaud-.
livsrivos iiixus it u.ircu.
In an extra this morning the
Advertiser gives the following des
patch from Charge d'Alfaires Frank
Ma-titii's at Washington to Consul
General Wilder at Sau Francisco:
"Advise Hatch Finance Commit,
tee have amended tarilT lull by
clause exempting Hawaiian pro
ducts. Ditty fixed on sugar It) per
cent ad. val. and upwards. This
action gives a tiratice of friendly
feeling among th Senate democrat
for Provisional Government, Sena
tor will endeavor to push re
quest of Thurston"- letter and se
cure early action on the Tttrpie re
solution. Ho giies positive assitr
atlce against anv possibility of re-l
oration in which hi- colleague- join.
A member of the Finance Commit
tee ami Foreign A limn of the II .use
says the President will favor a Con
st ft ut ioii.il Uepilblic."
It is learned that the Senator
whoe name is supprc.cd in the
i foregoing is (iormati. 1 Ins dropped
I from a P. G. supporter in the street,
who wa-nut aware that the name
' wa- kept back by the Adverti-er.
The Advertiser ha-the following
item without giving its authority
"in an interview Prcidcnt Cleve
land informed a member of the
lloiie that Admiial Walker had re
ceived in-tiuct ion- to formally ac
quire po-. e-ioii of Pearl il.irb.ir."
The San Francisco a-e ha- a
hot article, accusing American new--papeisof
fal-ifyinir the -ir nation in
Hawaii. It -peak-of "!'' .rime of
Mevens. vvho.e iiifamou- a-si-tance
to a knot of (rubor- aain-i the
(roiernuietit to which In- wa tiecre
diti-d. ha-led o ltd-asa'sintitiou of
the eouim.ui right' of man." li
al-o ihieateusa volunteer expedition
fioin the United State- "for the task
ol at one blow clean. ing our ling of
the -lain put upon it liy j-icveii-."
MAJOll WOUlMUtUSK JIL.TIHEU.
Tim Bucou-dlnu Untifth Itiprn.intu
live Wilt 11' ot I o'vur Uiuik.
The term of service of Majoi
Woilchoiic. Uri'ish Miui.ter J!-si-
llelll, h.'llill expired, he will si 'lb
retire on a pen. em Major iv.tde
house's -ucce-.or wil, hohi the rani,
of Coiuuiisioiier and Coii-ul-t Seller
al instead of that of Miui-ier Ucsi
f'ri nl- vs Kane hameha- this
afternoon at ;l..'i o'clocl.
O! the Agor.y
Of Thoao who OufTor from
Hood's Sm-twiittrllla I'urlfle,
Sotlin, IU :Ih, Willis.
i. V irf v
Mr. T. V. JufitiMin
Shi Jqjs. cat
"IliatsfiirinuiyjiMMli'-pn n pront sufTcrrr
tronifK t:sFt I, A li.t-.r.,iix eul'iui my anni
niKllrus.i.i.'y v.in-i'nt -t -i vUtli piiiitlon nml
lorei, tlirlinrulu;;nll On-tone I liU'lvi'ry
inuny rm-Ukliii ami c.mni.i.l t'tiii-ians far
Uli.l linir. Tut rouiiuit7 cirtr nonr, I
liavo t.iki-n lint tliri-K liotlli". nl IIihmI'. Kiiro.-tpi-
ood's s Cure
rlliafprrliuiiii; Hen, un t 1i:h itvrlvi',1 si much
lit-nulit !i"i:i It tliat hlio ili"l.iii' tticro li no
ollu r riu.lli'liii' ":i ra'ili. Wo wuulil not be
nlltiont It In rio IkmioII It mists K'f' n Imttlo."
T. VAttt.r v .iiiiiNsiiv, rs.il .lo.c i t.
N. 11. I.u I -tn ft leu"- -ii tinrlllA
Kccd'a P.: j- : i i"in.iily unU
cf.U.. inlj. on tltu l.vtr-'iil IwniU 2.&
HOIIItdN, NKWMAN v ru
Aiiciiih fer ll'iwiiil'iii I-., mii,.
V iiurm.r. spiuxd -rriii
I I .mine, tup I'll,!.' -Zr.M
ton tin- n't Aiililj ill Vi x,
tills tillliv, u s il
DI.HIIAItl K IIUfsK i yv"v
but- with xi-i-rtent fc-n'-iTiLii
Miiv'evv nl MnkiM. I''er ifi 1 1 iuffflL
l .i r I it-ii lit t - iiiii.Iv to ZiH-Aj&3-
w'm. i.. im;ti,I!K(s.
Itcts-Jn hi I .irluntilit's uilicc,
i r-l-Ki"' M.MIIPIIMI ill Till-. )IKM
V lll-l. Ill III" II HUMS J.KI I! Ill
will I.u liil. I ill tin- I'.iihli- lull en MuN
HAY hVhNI.No tie Ji-t in-t nl 7H
n'l'lecl, . II llieiiiler- .l'c ..'ll'.tl-il til III"
III iiMi-iiiIiiiiii. W M. HU I'Altll.
In'- t Ncri-tnn.
IJIIITOMIIY In I UK I X II. I UK
1) 'J M" lll.l -Illl't ll.lll In Wllllll'.l .III
tln Ilrhi Ii Itiiiitiih.i "I.1 wv nli- ' I
lil'lle'r t.uriii'iii 'i r iiinl l.i'in nl Imii.l u.
ply tu llIKu j). jta a. cj
'.-s--.xj--i- i r"v
amliii Mimn Co., L'll
Saturday, May U, ISO.',.
I'rivatu and public ncUic.s
from the States are to the
elf ct. that the hard titm-.s of
to day have a parallel only in
those of 1862. Whethrr this
is a fact or it exists only in the
minds of newspaper writers
"deponent saidi not." It is
possible that the tremendous
headway obtained by Coxey
and h;s adhen nts has had a
tendency to aggravate matters,
and cause people to believe
that work is more difficult to
jjet than it really is. We have
read in the newspapers that
whole battalions of this army
witrc offered work in different
sections of the country and
da lined. These trans-continental
tourists will not be
treated as bread winners but
as plain every day tramps en
titled to food and shelter at
the expense of the. municipal
authorities into whose hands
they may fall; by that means
they ma) be persuaded to toil.
Viewing the unsettled labor,
or tramp problem of the States
and comparing it with the sit.u
ation here there is really some
satisfaction in living in an Isl
and Paradise. It would be a
hard matter here to get enough
idle men, men who do not
work from principle, to play a
in me ol seven up. Peophrlive
along in the even tenor of their
respective was and watch the
fluctuations of the sug'ir mar
ket with the saint; avidity that
eharacteri.es the Pine street
broker as he fixes his eye on
ihe "ticker." When a planter
has an off day he makes up
, his lists of "wants" and sends
I us an order for a Hendr)
; Mreaker or a I lendry Duibli
1'iirrow Plow Speaking ol
planters romiiuls us we have si
"lock of genuine oak tanned,
single or 1 j inch double lesither
('liiiio, that will make an en
;ineer"s heart jjlad It i. fr.in
selected stock and is thor
otighlx s"asoned and gusi
"MiULCtl to b- superior to any
I lolling .sold in this market.
v e hsne also a Isire stock ol
' lelvelid lii'hiiio, nianiif.tciured
xpressl) h-r us lor use on
centrilugals. We have sold
large quantities of tin se arti
cles and luxe never hail a
sick from a customer.
hie plantation people have
liestrd a great deal about 111,1
ihine and ivlinder oils lately,
and we ili to mention just
here that we are in business
at the same old stand, anil
that Colorado ( )ils are used
here by the most careful en
ginee.rs ami by the parties in
charge at the factory in lubri
cating the Wheels of Time.
Oils may come stud oils nm
go but the Colorado brands
grease on forever.
Now is the season of your
discontent over broken hose.
We like to .sell garden hose
betause. it is profitable: ou
like to buy it d us because ol
its good tj.i.ii.jes. Hut you
may have U-i n csireless with
your hose and broken it. If
you do not leel like buying si
new piece we can sell you a
Kempshell I lose Mender for
a quarter of a dollar that ma)
help you out without bujing a
new piece until next year.
If a mile of fencing of the
old stj Ii- costs you 287 47
and you hive to keep repair
ing it six months in the ear.
what will be the total cost ?
The way we figure it out the
rsinch manager loses sleep to
the exunt of $iao per annum,
the time of his laborers abotn
$7$ pr jear, and loss of con
faience in mankind ioo in a
twelve months. On the other
hand if you adopt the modern
method the Jones Locked
the whole business including
wire, posts, stays, wsisher.s and
si pair of crimpers costs you
?j;, 1 15. and insomnia, extra
expense and worry receive a
Nearl) everyone who comes
to our store and sees the sain
pie Knamel Uath Tub w.ints to
take it home and liae a bath
in it We would be delighted
to sell one ol these tubs to
ever) householder on the isl
aii' Is because we know their
happiness would be increased
alit-r a bath in one of them.
FOR SAX MIANCISCO.
I'll 15 Al BTKAMSilll'
Wll.l. I.IUVK IIONUI.IM.U
ll)K rilK AIMIVR fl)WT UN
Saturday, May 26th.
A. T NOON.
The iniiltrlj!'H'l ire mv pri'inri-.l to
I lie Tliretuli Tiekcl-i rroiu tlil I'ltv lo nil
ilut- in Uip llnUeil StiiKi-.
, " I'er further ..irtViilin r.?iiriiiK
I-n'l(lit nr rn-'iio, npily tn
w.i. u. ntwix ,v 1:0., i.-e.
I'KU S. S. "Al'STHAUA."
At the Beaver Saloon
H. J. Nolto. Proprietor.
Vi L( X.. "
4y nfr.k oj Crawp
WrSulC tltv7",crc oj'TugvjtJi
Tllli AUl'.Ni'Y roll
IH WITH nil;
islcr Diiif Co., Il
SE3 ir-oi't. Stl-urit,
Wliurv tlilt luvalilillile luni-nlinld rrinr.lv
mil lio ulitiilin-,1 b) tliu
HOTTLK, UUZliN ur UltOSS
Wo Iniw hImi tin' Uiri't rjtiick nl
Toilet Articles .
!' Ir fniiinl in rim Hnvvniliiti InIhiuN.
Tliis Evening 1
The Public's Favorites!
Saturday Cveolng, May 1'Jili:
A Whirl wind of Lutightwr!
tiu- inuii I, mi i. -ux
CW NO I'l.AYh l'l.l'l,Ali;i) -1
PriuoH. - 50o . 76o Ac $l.
IW Ail vii I nnli nt J .,.i, ', -.,n-.
I W I I. PAY m IS ilul.U i nl N To
1. iinv miilii triiiuiiiix iliu iiH-ri v
htolun fro., mv nmin- In tin. Ituvvuiluii
Hull I und nu itu'kiiviii' uU..
lUJWl W II. JiAiLUY
!. T..lTmi "HMUMiHiriilii-Tiininiiii
From a large ami v.mied ntoe.k the undcrnigned would draw
parheular iilleiition to the following:
Comprising California liny, Marley, Rolled Barley. Bran,
Middlings, O.-iK Corn.
ar- in iKKiiiion to our usual wtoek ol these we arc now
earning Washington Bran. Oats and Rolled Barley.
These ate eaeh possessed of strong feeding properties and
lire well worth a trial by nil interest -d in slock.
53r li addition to our
Full Miwk of No. t llrindi exti.fte.1 on JEM lnt. (nun the Souml K.r
S. H. "Wnrrliiimi." ' '
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
Nn I nlvrayi In t.ott m Iuvvet mnr.
'!. ICH p-r biV.
l.iveriiool Coiirte, UU lj. bifi.
KiiiiIMi Dairy, M lb. lagt
! CnlKurnln l.-mti 'rv
II AM, HACOX, VltKESK
J. T. Morton's Eiitflluh Orr.corlfg,
Oroaio & Hlackwolf Enillih Oronorln,
Mbby, MeWell & Llbliy's Onnnod Me.ite,
Itichurdion & Itobblu'ii Cnnnud Mt
l'it, Tnblx mid Urld.
'', mil 13 lb. buxvt,
A lurt.'.' vanvty.
Plutaliei SfljiiliB, Hurtrai, Dry Goili
ALWAYS ON HNll
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO. f
Beeson, Smith & Go.
WILL KKMOVK TO Til 10
(Funudrly occuplwd by
FER, S. S. "GAELIC."
HOLLISTBR &c GO.
Have made another Lare Iinjurtation of
T...,.l. .. I flflVOTHVll I nl r.ri.T-.,.. .
j Ki.iixin "I un l-W.VOl
i Large Assortment
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid,
' CaHtOriM Fflllt UfalM,
'uriii-r King A' Aliiki-u HIm.
(In iriiiu's lllwiilors
II) Kvciv Siu.iinur fnnii Mini I-run
Fresh Fruit. Oyst-rs,
K'r Klo., Kti-., Uti'
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
WIN hk.ii i'Ii-mi, in lirivviiii: iiinl I'liim-
IIIK 1Alllil'A I'Olth MHI.N tin- lull,
ill Iiin K i..o on lllili'l .ll.ol
V- I Hi" fur I'rlviiti. I'iiiiIIi in .r-
t-'inl ili, i- ul vi.tK ulkii (.'Ivi'ii
XVk 11 id ritndlu u ill bo imkiii luv i tint
s!ty I'liau) nftirnuuu. lOkHtl
iiiiujuiiju - jljU.
usual wtoek of these we arc now
Hnr-j-N niul Ulf Xlarrvli
riunucr," Kolc r'Hu tlm nj (,rt.
A olmii'c vnrli-tv of IuiiIIhk brands.
lire a n Wrapping
L' , Eh, Ele , Elo.
& "Star" Kerosene
CrackBP. Foroitars. file. Etc.,
AT M DKIIATK I'IClt-KB.
tli - "Ti.iuple ot l-Vllilun"!
- ' tin
,.UliV RUU lU 1UJlbIA
of Shapes and Siz-s.
Cor, Fort & Merchant Streets,
Comer liuuauu & Hotel Streets.
Silk Dress Goods,
A 1,1. (JOf.OltS -
JAIWNKSK SILK CKAPK,
I'l.ila und llnii'HiU-d,
JAI'AN'KSK I'orro.N OUM'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hill; II Inline.., Mlk .Vut-ktli-v,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pius,
llilliilkuiulilcf.-, Hl.ru I , Cii'Ii.-h
lli.lcrj an. I I'lii-niUe.,
Jiiiiiiii'M' Irii.VH. Ilmnliiiii Hi-rvi'ilH.
1'iu ru-N, I luvvvr I'ulk, l-.lu.. Ktc
PUIUliS REASON A UL12.