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SATUKDAY, SEPT. 22, 1HJM
SATtTRtlAV, Sept. 2J.
Am bklne W H Dlniotul, Nllson, 15i1nyi
from 8nn I'rancita
8 H Moiiowal, t'oruy, from the Colonies
H B M b llyitelutli. May, from h cruise
Utmr Klnnu from Htm nil and Mnul
Btlnr Mokullt from Moloknl ami Minl
Saturday, Sept. 22.
8 8 Monownl. Cnrcy, fi r Snn I'mnelroo
Tho "Sun" outslilnps
should Ptnilo it it doesn't.
IT. B. M. S. Hjwhith returned to
port this aftornooii after a few days'
Atilone Cloys went boforo tho
mat on tho bark CVylon on Satur
Several persons Intend visiting
I ho wreck of tho bark ii. X. ilcox
in the yacht Hawaii to-morrow.
One Day's Later Advices by
Barkentine W. B. Dimond.
San FnAN-ctsco, Sept.
THE ORIENTAL WAR.
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmt Mokollt for Moloknl and I-aiml
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Btmr Klnnu 3Tlbis suqnr. 18 bilci wool,
10) bags bono , 14 pig'. 2 horses, 3 bd.s
lildci, M bags corn. 3?& bagi potatoes
and 2U0 kns sin dries. .
From the ro'onle, per 8 8 Mutiowal,
Blt2i Mr Hon, Mrs Ulnilennd 4 cnlld
ion, stid 27 cabin and Ml ntrrantrnt'-
frnm Hnwutl mid Miml. )r Minr Klnrvi,
Bcpt22 Viilrin Jt Mm W n Cntle. Julhu
llurb, MMdamo Mo re. II Witntuw and
nlfo. 1)11 HltchoH'k.Jr, Oil llltchc rk,
I) K Jhrniu. W J l'oib-s, J M Jantu, Uco
Matis'ili, W 1) Alexander, Jr. Hilo nnd
wnyports: Wit Castle, J K Wllilr, V H
Dodge. Mrs W W Uoolnle Kev 0 II (lullck
and wife, A Cocklmrti, H Knto. W Wvitln,
MrsrtMncy nnd son, Mm H I'urkur, Mts
Kv 1'atker, Mlsi Hi leu I'arknr, Ml Lucy
Ward, Mlsi Annie Wnrd, Mini Kinklrr.
MrsU linigutcre, Mix A Neumann, W 1'
H.vd and wife. MIm MM. l)r 1 Mori. Mls
J Hall, 11 8 Treitlonn. 0 i WlJetiiniin,
l.tTCnmn'ell. father KylvrMvr. W II
io'.b, v i inner, u jiinm",
Tho two Japanoso spies (raon
lioned in tho news via Auckland),
who wero caught a Shanghai, ap
plied to tho American Consulato for
refuge. When tho Consul found
they woro spies, ho turned thorn ovnr
Mr. Levey will hold a upocial salo tUo UhiUea0 n"h " " ft t?
of household articles and merehau. lhV Wuro proui ptly bohoadod. This
dise next Tuesday. Read the bill. I camed oil tho Jopaneao in
J ! tho city to get away as speedily as
Tho tnato of tho W. II. Dimond ', pos'ibfo.
has tho thanks of the bfLLETis for It is expected that Chineso In
San Francisco papers of tho Glh Japan will now bo uiado to feel as
inst. j uucmnforlable as possible.
n. ..:!, ..; ,;.c,BpnJ Jlio Chinese press Is ridiculing
m t r villus
by tho bark
Thoro woro twelvo passengers by
the steamer Kiuau froui the Volcano
this morning. The Volcano is still
A fresh cousigiiuiHiit of tho colo
bratod Napa Soda Water has arrived
by tho Dimond to-day, for tho Hoi
lisler Drug Co.
ix a prominent S.an Fran- Eu ,lnml for itsl 8,,alhy regarding
bis wife wero passengers ili0hKow shung iaehm
eutiuu W. II. Dnuondto- A j(lnU w unk b a to lo day
Cblng Vfn, A A Wilder,
wiinna cu iti,
tna n ueuK.
For H.m Francleo, k" 8 fl Mnnownl,
8rpl22 Judeu Cooler, Mls K 1. Clarke.
Mrs II M I.ulliroi, Jildsu Ifartwell, Clm J
Wall, Jttdiiu Davidson, A K Cookn, sister
and maid, John Drain-, llnm llabelmann,
and ro la nccrnH"
Thob.irk Cndxnn. Forest left Newcastle,
N. H. V. tm rpt let for till port,
Tlie yacht llonnlcDimd o Im.hfenovcr.
hanlcif daring tlia past wvcic, b.it Is not at
pref'iit ieily to ni to s-n
Tbu follow tig vc-o!ivl:l be due to ar
rive within n mi'iilh ullli cmil caigoes
from Newcastle, X. 8. V. : birk" KMnore,
Manna A a, (llsnlvor, Cadiuw Forest, and
tho sell inner Puritan.
'1 ho barkontlne W. 11. Dltiuud, Captnlu
Nllfon, arrived to-day lAiayslinm S.tu
frniiflto). Willi tho exception id asllgul
accident to n sailor niul ilio dfath of n pig,
nolhltitr tinplcitant wni expuriniii'cd.
Tlicrocamo hytlm Mnnownl the follow
Ing merclMiidlre: 1(0 Imp fertiliser, II
cnes uwIiik mnchlii's, I earn soap, 1 ensti
plants. 1 casfcoitun, Acarcnrcs mutton, 2:1
Ikijcs Ilium, 2cnts iuuiikocs, TO puckngut
Tho s H. Motiownl led Sjclncyon tho M
lint., called at Aucklntid on tlwMh, Apia
on Hi- lull, nnd arrl cd at Ho olillu on
the 2.'d atlln. in. Stromr, hi ml wlndsnnd
htnvv sa went met wit1) uflur leavlnu
Bydiicy, and continued until nearltiK Aila,
fiom Micnco light trades aud tliowestlicr
Whene'er I take my walks
abroad how many poor I
Dr. Watts was tho author
of mnnv hvnnis. but the
learned and revered vtTriifiir
was never in truer tune than
when he wrote tho lines we
quote. He saw the class he
described, juut us they arc
st.cn now, and many of the
causes which in those dayh
created poor people, operates
in exactly the bamo nianntr
to-day tho greatest cause
was undoubtedly Injudicious
Buying, mad wanto of money
in pursuit of tho will o' the
winps of trade, neglect of op
portunities, not takinir ad
vantage of a Quick Sai.ks
and Small Piuifit sybtem.
Goods sold on that bnsi.s mean
a positive saving to you
There is no denying this, and
no one ever was made puor
Wc hardly know when to
commence when it gets to
incutionintr jroods. Our stock'
is ho full of new goods. Our
White Linen ami White and
Colored f ?otton Ducks are well
Wo also have some lovely
patterns of Cotton Cro,.es in
.Morning and Evening Miades.
Tliesti Crepes are new goodn
and will please you.
Also a full line of Furni-turt-
Covering Wo want on
to look at them, Silk Pcm-
On Monday at 10 a in., Jas. F.
Mutgau will sell at auction ship's
boat, store, books, etc., from tho
wrecked Gorman bark G. X. Wilcox.
The bonrd of trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital will hold a special
tucoliug at tho Chamber of Com
merce nu Wednesday next at 1U:30
Tho parly of young men who
left on a hunting excursion on Moio
kai, sent tho carcases of three deers
to town by the steamer Mokolil this
Tho Government baud played at
tho departure of tho S. S. Monowai
for San Frnucisco this morning.
This afternoon tho baud will play at
bin tna faquaro.
Tho box plan for Dailoy's first
pUy Tho Two Orphans" will
open at L. J. Levey's olUco Monday
morning. Secure a seat boforo tho
best aro taken.
Mrs. S. 1'ark.T and daughters, tho
Misses Wnrd, Mis Fmkler, Mrs. G.
Druguiero nnd Miss A. Neumann re
turned from a sojourn at Maua, Ha
waii, by tho Klnnu to-day.
Harry Amitago did tho elocution
ary work ory nicely for Jas. F.
Morgan at his hales to-day, in tho
ab?cuco of tho silver-tongued auc
tioneer ou account of illness.
All tho boats and sails belonging
to th' estate of tho lato Dr. Geo.
Trousfcau wero sold In-day at the
boat lauding by 11. Anuitage, acting
auctioneer for J. !'. Morgau.
On tho parage from, San Fran
cisco oho of tho seamen ou tho birk
entitle W. II. Dimond fell overboard.
Ho wat rescued, however, titter be
ing in tho water about 11 vo minutes.
Chief Olliccr Hart or tho S. S.
Mariposa arrived by tho S. S. Mono
wai to-dny from tho Colonies, where
ho had staged over on aecouut of
illuefH. Mr. Hart will join tho Mari
posa, when she nrrives ou Thursday
boforo yesterday and all on board
It Is reported that a levy for 250,
000 men has been tnado on tho pro
vince of Sbang Tung, which hss
heretofore withheld supplies de
manded by tho Government.
General Schofield, aetiug Secre
tary of War. has roceived an invita
tion for tho United Stales to detail
nu olllrer or officers to travel with
the Jnpancso army and witness Its
operations. Tho General considers
tho invitation favorably
Navigation in the channels ap
proaching Shaughai isdangorous on
acrouut of 600 contact torpedoes
laid to prevent tho passage of Jap
Tho Japanoso captured tho palaoo
of tho Corean king after a fight of
fivo minutes with Corean troops.
Several men wero killed on both
Foreigners in Chemulpo, Coroa,
have a hard time. There is but ouo
well of wator in tho whole foroluu
Tho Chineso army in Formosa is
to bo raised from 15,000 to 35,000
Tln Chiuoso authorities aro taking
special measures to prevent tho ex
portation of rico.
The United Statos Consul Goneral
has stopped ono of two coasting
steamers, detaining her papors, be
cause after they wero sold ono was
chartered to a British firm and used
to load munitions of war at tho arso
nal for Formosa.
Tho Japanoso warship Yoshino
Kan was badly damaged by Chineso
shot iu trying to run tho blockade at
Japan has not yot had to resort to
oxtteme measures to ralso money for
currying ou tho war.
Dr. W A. It. Martin, for many
years legal adviser to tho Chineso
Government, has arrived at San
Francisco. Ho thinks tho war will
bo protracted ami end in a draw, as
neither nation can whip the nthor.
, Cliurli's Denby, U. S. Minister to
I China, who has Leon homo iu Indi
ana ou leave of absence, in ordered
back to his post ami has arrived at
' San Francisco ou his way to Peking.
Tho Standard Oil Company has
failed to get control of tho Russian
petroleum fields. Emperor William
of Germany is working against the
Gabriel Dumont, tho executed
rebel Riel's lieutenant, is trying to
incite the Indiaus of tho Northwest
It is reportod that robel Arabs in
tho Yonxm district, have blown up
several official buildings.
Tho Count of Paris Is no better.
About $21,000 has been filched
from Glenn, Mills, Currio & Co.,
London, on n forged draft.
Whllo In Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent shoo merchant
of Dos Moines, Iowa, had quito a
serious time of it. Ho took such a
severe cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but tho prompt tuo
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
cured him of his cold bo quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his exatnplo aud
half a dozen persons ordered it from
tho nearest drug store. They were
nrofuso in their thanks to Mr.
Kahler for tolling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly. For salo by
all dealers. JJeuson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
At Williams' Studio aro to Ira seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for locturo by the sot or
J. W. Preston left on tl"o W. G.
Hall yestorday for tho Volcano by
way of Puualuu. Ho will return ou
tho next trip of tho Kiuau.
Grin and Bear It I
N j it whit every lady mttt do who has bought a Corset thst docs not
fit 'ier. t"orPti hoitglit 'f us fit, because ne only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried and found tho correct style
Affss Katie ifoKcnnraitt
Worst Case tho Doc
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sareaparitfa Porfoctiy Cured
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mais.t
"Dear Sirs: I wish to testify to tho treat '
value of Hood's Parsaparllla. Tor sonic time I .
had been troubled Willi scrofuli, which early
Ust Tf Inter assumed a cry bail form.
Sores Appeared on My Fnco
ind banili nnd gradually Increased In number
until they rcacheJ to my shoulder. The doctors
laid It was tho worst ease ot Krotuti they ever
taw and also went so far a to say II was In
curable. 1 tried ointments nnd ntlu r remedies
but to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's
Earsaparllla, and alihoupli 1 was completely ill
cnuraced.asfclastrhanee I rcsoludtopliolta
trial. AtlcrtaUlnaoneliotlle I imllci-l thoores
bad commenced to heal. Allir tt.c sixtli bull!
s They Wero All Heated.
I continued to tako It, howcer, until I had uiei
nine bottles, and nir 1 am p rf etly wcIL
Mist Katii; ltosi:.MiliANr, fitter, l'cnn.
Hood's Plllo arc prompt mvt rfHcii-nt, il
asy la action. Coll by all druultts. Hi.
Hobron Drug Co., Ld.,
Bole -Agents for tho Itepnblle of Hawaii.
Tlie Genuine P, D, Corsets,
We have In all styles and all sites.
The R, & G. Corsets,
Extra lonK wulst, terfect lit, in all sites.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist.
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comfort, wesr and finish.
The R, & G, Summer and Narsing Corsets,
all sires. Tim Kummer t'om-t Is lust the tlun for nol
W have In
Try our 50 Cent Corset, it is a Stnnner.
A full line of sites of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cent.
1T. S. SACHS,
620 Fort Strict, : : Honolulu.
Tho United States steamer Adams
arrived at New Whatcom (Wnsh.),
' Sept. 5, with Lieutenant Norton iu
command, Commanding lirlco being
sick at Uunlaskn. Tho Adams left
Uiiblnska August 18th and Sitka
Jack Dunne, who was convicted of August :27th, preceded by tho cutter
robbery, will hnvo to servo out his I Hush with Assistant Secretary Hum
scnteiu'o ou tho reef, as he did not ' tin for Port Towusoud.
leave on tho S. S. Monowni to-'lay. The Government is waiting for
The mnlo of the Hleatiiur offered to , China's action, deferred by the war,
ship Duaiie, but tho latter would on the new treaty ratified by Con
not go. . gress.
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i ...,i. t i ..in .,ii i ..i i in uvniu run iruui mu una iu
Lewis J Levey will sell horses i .rI , , irit,..i.. i.,i
Tuesday, Srpt. 11, 1804.
Wc hegin thin week with
New Goods, New Dnss
Guoits of every deHcription,
Lawns, MuhIuih, etc., etc
Thene new goods ac trade
winners as you will agree
when you examine them.
Some of the best bargains of
the season are in these new
.i7i ,nnr.. i.w.i,,,ii,... 'T.JiAJ i ii.. Mltiuosotn is now inlinlteiy p
ami marcs, incluillug traveller, tuo , .. .,-- .irirt Tiim t
In1 half mile IioimTii tho Hawaiian auJaJL
Islands, in front of his nalaaroom nt M 'J ? fa ?nlrr"u8r "D.Vi 1q?
L-..oVl0,. "u. BV. S-k' nmnTailfonda'died atbt
TiKitKS. nnd as
Next week Wooi.hn
for lli'GS wi
ll ny kind you
Goods will be heard from.
H. F. KIlLKItS CO.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
smvii Ihctum fur ('hri)nU'.
I)r Metre's I nvU'ornlnr the iirentii.t ri
mody fur Si initial Weak no. mh of M m
homl and I'rlvulo DIsriisH, ovnro-Miu-s Pro
imituroiifHii und prepares nil fur mirrini-n
Ilia's ilntii s. pleaHiircs uml n npiiimlblllt on ,
$1 trlHl liDitlti lvi-u or H'lit Irn' to any one
ik'fcorlbliiL' huiintiiiiih: unll or nddrvih loo
(li'ttry M , private Miitrniiri- I lift Mmmiii Ki ,
Han frrHimiHim lli.'t lit ly
ihi'lmiiii's' rliiini'. cornel rluud
and Nituauu street, Lodging by
day, weiik or month. Term: & "d
bUooiib per nightl fl vu 1M '
Sumo of tho mares aio from Stan
ford nnd Iluwcll.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
tpiolt, Micials, private dinners and
garden ptrtiii1. Wi-ddiugs a special
ty. He can ! fuiuid at all-hours at
Sans Soiiui or will call ou nuy Indies
or gentlemen who will address him
through the Cost Oulce.
Ins. F. Morgan will sell the pro
perty belonging to the estate of tho
lute 1. Dultou ou Monday, October
1. A good chance to gut a suburban
homestead iu a wholesoino locality,
where tlie Govern inenl is going to
lay wator before I wo years.
Jack Dnmpsy, tho nonpareil, and
McCarty, the Australian, fought a
twenty-round in New Orlenus ou
Sept. nth. Although Dempsv was
the cleverer of ttm Uvo yet .McCar
thy stuck to him to the uud Tho
purse of $2000 was divided.
Tho marriugn of Mr. ileury Nyo
to Miss Susan l'ua, ynungobt duugn
ter of lion. D. W. I'm, is announced
to tako place to-nioinnv evening nt
the residence of the bride's parents,
I'nlama. Mr. Nyo was until recent
ly the popular captain of the steam
D F. Thrum and J. Forbes are
back from the Volcano. They (ravel
ed from i'unaluu to tho Volcano on
wheels, also to llilo. No records
were broken and ".Jaeir Atkinson
still holds the cliampiouship. Forbes'
wheel broke uown on tuo way to
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins with
extra men left yesterday for Knlao
oknilio point for tlie purpose of en
dcavoriug lo ti-ciuo some of this
cargo of I lie wrecked bark G. N.
Wilcox. Among thom who went as
pnhjeng"rs were .1. r. II iwler, O.
Mott, T. I. Severin and Flunk God
fny. The new chi'sin thrusophy, under
the auspices of the Alnlm llrnuch,
which blwrii'il last Monday evMi'ui",
at No. ll!'. King htnet, Willi IH hIii
I . 11 i t M.....ln.
lieillb, tll llll'l'l llfiitlll IH-AL .I1fllli,J ,
'J It)), at (lie same plnce ami
man of California died nt Buffalo,
N. Y., on tho nth, aged 72.
Uz.io McCall-Wall has started a
suit of breach of promise against
Hot ward Hall McAllister, sou of
Ward McAllister, head of Now
Tho town of Scotch Valley, Pa.,
has been engulfed iu a mine cave
in. Fifty men imprisoned iu tho
mine will probably lie rescued.
Governor Walto Is renominated iu
It is reported the Vanderbilt sys
tem of railways is to bo extended
through tho Southern Status.
A caso of Asiatic cholera was dis
covered among a trniuload of immi
grants from Bremen iu Maryland.
The New York excurslou steamer
Miranda has been wrecked iu the
Arctic seas. Dr. Cook, head of the
party, the crew aud passengers, havo
been lauded at North Sydney, Nova
Scotia, by the schooner lligol of
James Coleman Drayton of New
York has taken divorce proceedings
against his wife, one of tho Astor
family. Ifallett Alsop Borrowe is
Do tlpy not Htiggent
A New DivssV
Now Ulack Dress Goods,
New Co'ored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goorls,
It is a goml time to look at
tho countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
on our counters, such us
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
Is Ih" talk of nil whovlmi-n.
19 LBS, IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. E WALKER
.Knt, Honol'iln, II. I.
Commlui Block, Ihrrhml M
KwoDgSingLoyf SING LOY,
ttl? tllg SI., "Tbooii Block.
Mnioal Tela 338.
11-88 IID( SI., tur liolilll II
P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tell 686 P. 0. 801 KI.
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits I
Colored Tweeds .$7
English Serge 0
Yon remember that
week we advertised the
opening of onr Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you about has arrived
liibbons, Laces, Large Fea
thers,Tipsand Whatnotiu pro
fusion and under the manage
me t of a competent milliner
who is able to satisfy the most
T. J. EGAN.
. It. DAILKV,
8ATUHDiLY( 8BPT. 29, 1894,
Will ho jirexenti'il fnr tho first time
A Grand Sconlo Production
A Strong Horse ;
TBE BE3ULT Of CSINO
Of THE -
hour. IVimiiih uiieriMcd will re
nifti.lmr thai the ohject uf llmcl's
it, to ivnt'li l Irn popular cliiM'e.i with
out nru-tiaw.iiK bat i ii'ri or social
lilu'h or di.li't-. I'lui text liool,
iimmI iu tin future iiicehngH will Im
Mr. Judge' "() eau of Thensophy,"
each chnptiT being the suhjeut of a
thorough discussion. CVm.
- BY TI1C--
DAILKY STOCK COMPANY,
ill fiiri'fnlly f'clcotu 1 lJaer. ninlT tho
IwrMiiml iliru'tlmi n' V. It. Pulley. I) -ors
i pen nt 7i.".e. Curiulii will rUo at 8 u'ului-k
tm- lli. I'l'in will nin nt thn iilllt'ii n(
t. .1. I i'm.v fur hu niiuullii; lilt'ht, m
Ml) SPAY, Kept.'.M.nttl A. i 1111-71
si'i: i a i. mkiii'imi or tiii:
UimmI uf Trilktii nt tho tJi'lt..s'K
IIohiitvi, w It Ik hrll lit tin) It'inm ol
ilir I'hiimlier ( I'ommo'i'o en S UliN liH
ll.Y, llm'.'iith hiM'lnmlMr, nl IO:"Jiiieloi:l..
1'vrortUr. r. A. HHllAKri.lt,
Honolulu, HMit!W, 1831. IllJ-at
A FKESL1 SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jiihi Arrlvi.l per "S. (I. Winter."
CAM. AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Horner Hm-i'ii -V Nniwim Bu.
Horn Tki.kimioskh 121.
B 2, I 13
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4 S h' n
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Boy Snits (elegani ) 0 00
Chinese, .Iaj:tnes(j and Indian Goods !
f3A Coinj)lete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Etiglinh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' II ATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 Sing Street & 4D7 King Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
SOLID OAK UEIMtOOM bKTrf,
BOhWB, UlUNUKS, WAKDUOIIKS,
MIHKOUS, MOUI.DINOS, KTO., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er I to! I of 10 YanlM. II'.'.CU.
And a Pino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent t Chairs for Reot I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Matnai 76.
Suc-umirxtoO. :. Williams.)
AND 611 KING STREET.
Temple of Fashion
51 ETort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urqo Aftaortment of ladle' toil Ctdldnn'a Miom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Largt line of Wonlnun t 2T)o. Flanulette, 10 yard for tl.lW.
Browu aud White Cottoun, from 8 to 'A yards. $1.00 per piece.
Arnoakeaif (rinKiiainu, 12 yards for tl.00. Gents' and LadW Bathlnu Smu
SiIka, Satins, Sergei), Lawns aud Dress Goods of nvery descriptiou
Lff. GI-. SILVA, Proprietor.
li tint (iiinrn ol
vvrM'kftl niul Imiii: nt or nriir tli,
he lurk U
cm wr.i'Ki-ti niul i'
Kiilit'okiilliii. Ihliuiil of .MnliiK-.l will mil
lie i'Miiilniii fur mi) il Ii k iMiiitni.ili'il l
ii'iy in'fniii nr ihtmhih mi klnj; on tln mil
I ttnrk, or Mi ii iiiii'i'luiii tlii'ii'tti h Mlilmat
; tin- irtvl " wril mi mhi nil "1 1' n iiiioit-
kIhuciI ri'iiri'ii'iiiuilvi'H of ilm iuil inu '.
1'iiU'il hi lli'iiolulu llil .'lt iliy ol f-fj-
i H'liiliur, IM1
j. n, .ii.in r.ii,
nti'.'i ii iiki.mi:s.
Ihxily UutUtln fiU iriitt )r moufi,
til NUUANU STUKK'I.
Importer ana Dealer m Inropeai Dry and Fancy Goods
1. " lis' Wun's of nwry ilutorlilion, AIo, frolt Him of Cliim-M' (iooiN.
Pongee Sc White SilK. Pajamas.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Muht IJIauk uiid Green Cliineiie Ten. Crepe Miuwlu, Kto.
IV I'll (liuiruntivil.
Daily Bullotin 50 Conts )ov Mouth,