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FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, IWH
FlltDAY. Sep. '.29.
Stmr J A. Ciunmlni from Knlnenklllo
Btmr W (I Hnlt frnm Ho will nml Maul
Btmr Walaleale from Knunl
KRtmr, Sept. 2h.
AmbgtnoWO Irwin, Willi mi, for San
Kratio !ro n 10 n m
Am bk MHriuc, Knlli, for tin Sound
t - i
Cargoes from Island Fort
Stmr WO Hnll-IOli biB'sitirar, 151 1mm
coffee IS-i Una wn, 32 li li lililr. 'it
J. P. Morgan
is still couGucd to
I Tho Supremo Court has been
so.tMon all dny.
BREAKINCt-UP OF THE WBKOK.
The Wrecknis Secure Loads ot Flot
sam from tho Cargo.
Tho stcamor J. A. Cummins was
tr I... 1-......1..H..,.. i il.t. m ii'ii'uuueu as ion raiiesonai v.iv
! -:. ri.Vli.n, rnriu...... ,i ' o'clock th morn nff. As aho had
tuauMu-rtohisaihortisuuiPuL. , ,,,, ,0 Kalaookailio Point, tho
If. B. M. S. Hy.vintti had boat I 'JV"o of tho wreck of tho Goo. N.
drill iu tho harbor thin tuoriiinir. ! Wilcox, tmnnbera of tho sjndigato
who purchased nor wore on thn qui
Tho Ciilerion saloon, has froMi
Bivaiinii beer received by tho S. S.
Tlio salo of tho Dalton property
by Mr. Morgan is potponod until
Monday, November 20.
Appeals aro b"inuinR to molt
Into tlm Uh'ilc'dollifu for tho Nov
ember term of tho Circuit Court.
Tho Catholic fair will open at tho
Roratnuia street Armory at it o'clock
heail cattle, i Imrip uliI 60 pkgj sun-, ou Tuesday nfiernoon, and at 7:110
Bimr Waln'cnlc 3T0lngs tindily, lit bat
lice and 8 bliN lime.
From Kntinl, per ilmr Walalcalc, Pont '2
-G V Green, M V M.icfarlnnc, Jatun
Oreenwe 1 ami 1 drlt
From Hniviill and tnul, txjr itmr W (1
Hall ScpfiS-CoIHNorrl", A t LnvoMn.
K I'otf.Mi, Hun IHiiy, Thus Clark, Wnslil
nioto. U'Zakl nud 07 ilcclt.
For Hn Krniiflso, iht lutne W O Irwin,
tfet.t a It I) Mullcr.
For fian Frnnc'tco, icrbnrk 8 0 Alln.
Sept 27 (Ito J Stor.eninn, IM Mnrxir, I. K
Mil ia iinh, l)r 11 I.jIJIiiw, Mm LuldUv.
and Mrs II 'Hon.
Tho lirlp-ntlnc W. 0. Irwin, Captain
Williams, led to-day with KW) li'd- rl c
li pp d by Slnu CIidiij; fi Co.; mind M.
H. UrlnlMiim A: U-i. D.inuilla riil'ir$i5,0 U.
IIOLMKS-McUDWAX-Iu N till Teiiio
cat, Alameda rtuniv, t'nl., Heel. 12,
1801, by Iter. Dr. Toy c of On km ml, K.
N. lloliuesuf llllitto Msry Mctlownn.
o'clock iu tbo eveuiiif;.
Tliirtyeiirlit Chineso took out
passports at tho Custom llouso to
day for China. They leavo ou tho
S. S. Oceanic on Tuetday.
W. O. Smith, Attoruoy-Gonnral,
has tho thanks of tlio )t;t,t.ETi:t fur a
copy of Irs biMtinml n'pott as Pro
nideut of tho Board of lloalth.
Tivolvo Chiiito word arrested last
vivo of excitement, expecting favor
ablo news, owing to tho detention of
tho sleamor ovor Tuesday nicht.
I What mado thotn all tho happier
! was tho intolliffenco conveyed
th much telephouoby Cbarlto Poter
Fon, the Diamond Head lookout,
that there wore soveral cases of
goods on tho deck of tho J. A. Cum
mins. Tho steamer arrived in port bo
tween 10 and 11 o'clock, and no
cases wero in pight. J. Bowler and
J. Lucas, with Fred. Whitney as
pascuger, pulled out to tho stcamor
and boarded hor. Sho soon after
tied tip at tho Oceanic wharf. There
wai quilo a crowd present, all eager
to hear tho latest from tho wreck.
Tho hearts of tho syudicato men
wore mado glad by tho report that
thoro were nearly two hundred cases
of goods, including liquors and
groceries, in tho forehalch of tho
stcamor. When tho J. A. Cummins
arrived at Kalaookailio on Ttiesdar,
SEEMS TO BE A TOUGH.
A Sailor Who Wouldn't Qo to Sea
with Hia Ship.
Tuesday, Sept. 11, ISO',
Captain Kalb of tho bark Melrose
had quito a tttno with loin Collins,
ono of nis crow, mis morning, on
tho departure of that vespol for tho
finnnrl f'ltlliita had been Dotted u
as n deserter, and was caught by I We l0ffill thirt week With
Dotoctivo Larsen and men ou Nuu- JJ(,W (Joods, Now Dl'88
auti street, begging for ton cents -, P , . .
with which to get somocoffeo. Ho ote of every deSiTl.U011,
was talton ou Doaru anu no sooner i iviiwtis, liiniiu8, lie., etc.
no rlie.e new cr(
PUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We nre making it decidedly lively, by keeping
evolving the bargains that
night for gambling. A pack of cards I tin founil tho schooner Haleakala
nud fifteen emu in coin were ftn,i ,r .nn nmrnifml in t.iekinir tin
8ANNK-In this cltv. Kept. 24, 18'JI, to the
wl(of JcikK NIo1ii tiino u on.
Whilo in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahlor, a prominent shoo merchant
of Des Moiues, Iowa, had quito a
serious time of it. Ho took Mich n
severe cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but tho prompt uo
of Chamberlain's Cough ldtuiody
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his example and
half a dozen porons ordered it from
tho nearest drug store. They were
Rrofuso In their thanks to Mr.
alitor for telling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly. For salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Agonts lor tho Hawaiian islands.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. Ho can be fotintl at all hours at
bans Soucl or will call ou any ladies
or gentlemen who will addiess him
through tho Post Ollh-o.
'lliL.k t.rltfi 4l,,il. 4 lw.i.r.il ...tn
iiiiiru vtruv uiiiiiv tiiuiinuiu'ii
worldly-wit.0 act; in various
ways that are both interesting
and instructive. You can per
suade a businchs man into
anything good by thu int lli
gent uhu of wii-o and modc-
but this hjn
with a woman.
brought iu with the contingent.
To-day being tho nuniversary of
tho birth of the King of Portugal,
Hags aro displayed on government
litnlditig nud tho dilTereut consu
lates. Mechanics' lliiino, corner Hotel
,tnd Nuuauu street. Lodging by
day, Kcok or month. Terms: 25 and
50 Vents ( hiL'hltil ami S1.2ii pe
Thorn will bo nnother lecture In
Thoosophical hall by Mrs. Thirds
this evening. Tho bttbject will bo
"Karma" nud tho lecture will begin
at o clock.
IXiHoj's Stock Company will open
their sons' ti at thu Opera House to
morrow oveuing, playing "Tho Two
Orphans." Seats reserved at Mr.
Certni'i success awaits tho fancy
fair at thu Armory on Tuesday oveu
ing. Nothing to that end has been
left undone by tho ladies having tho
event in hand.
Lewis J. Levey will tell a cholco
lot ot horses at 12 o'cloi k noon to
morrow. A phaeton nud tlir-o gen
tie cows will also b sold. Soe tho
list in this paper.
Tho Japaneo citizens will send
three blind men to China to take an
account of how many Chinnmeu are
left after tint lat great battlo. Tho
Sun outhhiiies all.
Dick Brah tho printer, who hurl
himself by falling oil a veranda, has
so far recovered as to bi abK to
leave tho hospital. Ho still ini's
Dailv's Slock Company is re
hcandng at tho Opera Houro this
afternoou. Tho new faces will make
a good impression, and tho old
friends will bn welcomed, to-morrow
Co. A, N. G. II., inarched round
several blocks this afternoon, per
forming maii"iivcM ou route. The
men were iu home cases considerably
blown and heated after thu .severe
William While, the popular pur
ser of tho Htoniner W. G. Hall, will
be married to Miss Brims on Mon
day evening. Mr. White's place will
iw assumed by l-rnuuroor during
Major nud Mr. Kyle conducted
tho Salvation Army mooting at their
barracks yeMerdiy ovonin'. Afloi
the meeting thoarmv marched iu n
body to tho S. S. Mariposa to .see
Mr. and Mm. Kjle oil".
T. J. King, of the California Feed
Co., did homo hutling while abroad
iu thn iutcrcbt of the company he
represents, and was very Micufytifiil.
Tlio burlt Oakland wili nhurtly be
here with a full consignment of feed
Tho two fttowiwavs who were
lauded hero from the S. S. Mariposa
were taken back yesterday after
noon, ami will work their passage
to tho Colonics. The men hid to
lie employed on account of the
steamer being xhort-hauded, several
firemen being Hick.
There was n quiet wedding in St.
tiidrowV Cathedral at !1 o'clock yH
terday after noon, when Win, K:nnic,
of Keahn. Kauai, was united iu mar
riage to Mrs Mary B. Hicks, of San
Francisco. Tho bride arrived ou tho
S. S. Maripoi-n. Geo. Fuirchild acted
as best man and Ittiv. A. Muukiutosh
tied tho knot.
caes float inn nrouud. It was im
possible to go near tho wreck. Tho
mainmast had gono by tho board
and caused thu ship to break iu two.
Tho goods had begun to como out
of tho vessel on Sunday morning,
but not a great quantity catuo away
the first two days. On Tuesday tho
packages began to como out In great
numbers, and tho ton mon ou tho
Haleakala had all they could do to
pick up cases lloatiug about.
Natives had como from other parts
in two whaloboats, and they filled
up tho boats with casos of liquors.
E B. Thomas, who is with tho
wrecking party, remonstrated but
without avail. When thi whale
boats were filled tho natives retired
to laud and had a good time.
After taking all thu cargo saved
from tho Haleakala, tho J. A. Cum
iniiin left at (1 o'clock this morning
for Honolulu. Jim Birrington and
another man catno up by tho steam
er. Barringlou says that nothing
can bo done unless n southerly wiuu
ruts in. All that tho men at tho
wreck aro now doing Is lying down
and watching for floating casos.
Tho syndicate will hold a mooting
this afternoon and decido what to
There w-ro landed from tho J. A.
Cummins this afternoon about 170
cacs, including 17 eaies of Elephant
Kin nnd t) cases of Irish whisky.
There are soveral cases of J. T. Mor
ton's preserves, mustard, pepper and
other articles, besides cans of cocoa,
dn goods and toys.
Pur-er Whito of tho steamer W.
G. Hull reports that tho Molokii
channel is full of wreckage. Oil
Diamond Head the steamer passed
a cam of Irish whisky.
had ho reached tho deck than
sailed in 'or Captain Kalb in truo
pugilistic fashion. Tho captain was
getting tho worst oi if, when bee
nil Mnlo Weaver jumped In, picked
Collins up bodily and slammed him
on tho deck. Collins was forced into
his quarters, aud tho Mulroso sot
sail. Just below tho lighthouse Col
lins was scon to get up ou tho rail
ing of tbo ship nnd fall overboard.
A fisherman named Manuel happen
ed to bo in tho vicinity and ho pick
ed up the sailor in a half drowned
state. Larson and Harbor Police
Pattersou, who had suspected that
thu man would jump overboard,
drovo around aud secured Collins
before ho could got away. Ho was
taken to tho Poiico Station. It is
not as yet decided whether to hold
tho man or not, as tho ship has gone
Detcctivo Larsen suspects Collins
to bo a Vad character. His fellow
shipmates stated that tho tnau was
known as a crook in Newcastle, N. S.
W., and had to leave. Collins is not
his right name. Ho is tho man who
was arrested tho other night for
robbing tho Bluegato promises, and
was acquitted. It is generally con
ceded that ho was not guilty of this
particular robbery. An oliort will
be made to rid thu country of him.
winners as you will
when von examine them.
Some of the bct bargains of
ihe season are in thee new
They like what they like be-
catihe . They tire more
careful, know values better,
and will not be deceived. To
talk Quick Niles aud Small
Profits without meaning it,
would bo suicide. We do
talk it and do mkan it. Our
balks snow you also, believe
it. It's those who may be
unacquainted with thin fact
that wo aro trying to reach.
We said we would mention
Woolen Goods thn week
and so wo will. Wo have
been making considerable
effort for some time back to
buy the best to be had iu the
line, and will offer this week
some of tho handsomest Cash
meres over offered in Hono
lulu. Our evening shades of
Oolored Woolens are positive
beauties in fact iu our line
of Colored Woolens it would
be hard to uhk for what yn
wunt and not find it. Tlioc,
goods run in ail qualities v th
Quick Males and Small Prolit
Wo have a few remnant- of
Pluck Cashmere, just what
you want because- they are
yours for little money.
Wo also want to mention
HAVnivKltfllMI'.VS. We Im Vi
, , . accurdmu to the iuMriimeiit, was
Homu very uiiu(1m)iiio i uiim.l- Himbiug through thu nineties.
Tho Japanese rcsideutH celebrated
tho victory of their i ountry mon with
a grand lunu iu a residence ou Nuu
ami t-trcut, owned by Nan Vu
Shosha. Tho festivities began at 7
o'clock and lu-tml until li o'clock
this morning. During tho evening
three female Jap-iucM singers ar
rived nud gave mi impromptu enter
tainment. Mine hot Krouru'of tho Arling
ton had a job put up on him lately.
A wiggih Government ollieial held
a lio cigar to I lie bulb of a thermo
meter iu tho ollico. Then a few ful
lour in the hecret began howling
about the heat. Mr. Krotco thought
thoupintnr had slid under tho house
when he taw that tho temperature,
according to the iuMrumoiit,
A Japanese woman caused tho
nrrest of Mini Luu, a Chinaman, this
morning for thu embezzlement of
forty-five cents. According to thu
woman's story, she had sent Sun to
a Chinese store to buy five cent
worth of mountain apples, giving
him at tho samo time fifty cents.
Thu apples were bought but Sun re
futed to hand ovor thu forty-live
cents change. So sho had him ar
rested for embezzlement. Sun's
btory is a direct contradiction. Ho
sayh thu woman gave him only five
cents, nud it was a case oi blackmail.
I5uth maintain their assertions, ho
tho case will have to como up before
Court. In tho meintimo Judgo
Perry will read up Solomon's wis
dom. Sanson Ticket.
Manager Dailuy has doubled to
give his steady patrons the uenelit
of a substantial reduction for tho
forthcoming season, aud in issuing
sea-on tickets good foreighteeu per
formances at il!). Tho Hcason will
commence with Monday ovouiug's
pioduct ion of the celebrated comedy
"Th Player." The Catholic ladies
of this city havu persuaded Mr. Dni
ley to give wav Tuesday evening
next to them aud tho company will
appear ou Monday iuntnii. Kvery
worthy object of this kind has Mr.
Dailey ami liiscompau's sympathy,
aud this favor will doubtless be pro
perly appreciated by thoso having
tho fair iu charge.
Changes at tho Station.
Several changes aro contemplated
in tho Polici Station. It is iutouded
to close tho door of tho receiving
station, facing Merchant sreet, and
remove tho clerk's desk to thu rear
of it. A door will bo opened ou thu
Lwn tide, where the window now is,
and entrance will bo mado through
tho stable gate. This improvement
will nll'ord more space for olllcurs
aud prisoners. It is also contem
plated to erect a house ou tho vacant
lot, mauka of tho Station, for tho
"mountain climbers." At present
they are located iu thu stable?, and
thu proposed now struuturu would
bo a boou to thu men.
Eight Years of Suffering
Perfect Cure by Hood'o 8arsaparllla
C. I. Hood & Co., towe II, Mass .1
"DcarBlrsi We lme tried Hood's Hariapv
rllUatnl Olid It to !o nil you claim for It. My
tilfo was poisoned by ly v.lii'ti a young woman,
and for eight )onri ne trotililcil evvry iciuuq
tvllh Uio hreaklnc out ami torrllilo Itehlncnnd
burning. I thou.ilit licrs was n bad a cao m
nnrone ercr li.vl. Hie wai to tlil UlttrrMlng
romUllon cmjr year until he bojcin to take
Hood's Saraparllh,wlilcli Iw effected per
fect cure, without IcadiiK sny tear, and u
No Sl3n of tho Poison Olnce.
Hhelswrll nnd lieutly. I Into taken Hood'
B.inap.irlll.1 alter tlio crip w Itli cood remit, nnd
luvo nhu Riven II te our lour i niiiiren. vt i ore
nil pictures of perfect linilth nud ewe it to
Hood's Sitrwparllla." J. C. I'jiit.mam, Vnn-
N. II. If yon ileilli to take IIcxxr,Kirapv
rllU ilo nt be liMlm.nl t buy i.i.y eilicr lntR-aO.
" Hood'o Pills fo lund nude, and iwlvcl
lu preportlmi uud npH.-arauco. 2.V. (xrr box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Solo Agent for tli ItopuMlo of Knwnll,
Do lh-y not suggest
A New Dress l
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at
tho countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
ou our counters, such as
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week we advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
wc told you about has arrived
Ribbons, Laces, Large Fea
thers, Tipsund Whituot in pro
fusion and under the uiatiage
me.'t of a competent milliner
who is able to Mitisfy the uioht
.1. .1. KGAN.
everlastingly at it,
make business. Wc have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists I
We are ilrtvrmlucri to clear tbcm out
Our S2.2"i Waist will go for $1.25 and $J..")0.
Our $:.5U Waist will go for $2.50.
tm- These are well end nod good fitting! we Imve at present fall lino of Im.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for lCcts.
Or 7 to fl.uo sre going very fn,t. If yon want nuy you matt come soon.
'1 tie Mine with
Our oOets. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We have Jnst n few lengths left. Hst yon wen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36ets?
This 1 exceptional value, trimmed with I.lnen t.ace tnd well made.
620 Port Street,
KwoDgSingLoyf SING LOY,
01 IIBR t "TDoroii Block.'
91-08 lll St., Mir liiiil'i ti
P. 0. 801 107.
lotoal Tela. 339 p. o. Box 207. Matnal ftl&. 686
Jnst Received Men's and Boy's Snits I
Colored Tweeds $7 50
Diagonals 7 50
English Serge 0 00
Hoy Suits (elegant) G 00
Uliiiiwwe, .Ifipunuse ud Indian Goods 1
rXA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and u complete line of English and
Anii'riean Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OE GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
dered ones. Also, a irood
stock of desirable plniu ones
while eveiy counter in the
store will convince you of a I
we say about Quick S.iles and
B. P. RMLIfiltS & CO.
Ou tlm iinxt trip of tho Iwhitntino
S. CI. Wilder, hint will lio in coin
itKititl of Cnptnin Suluiiiill, Captiuu
Mi'Nnill Iwiviii,' ImiMi lr.itihfnrr'd to
tlio IruiK'tnl. 'flin lrm(,'Htil liris
(oiio to lipiuiuti nitli Inmlior, mid
tliiTn hIiii will luinl Willi nit id for
thu r.K'ilK' 'liotpli;itt .V I'Vrtlllor
Co, 'J ho (liui't,M in tlio i'oiiiiii:tiil
ff tlm vivhulu m only li'iiipotiuy.
Tlio S. 11. Wiltlur JitftM'S .San l-'rau-cinuo
for Uouolulu to-morrow,
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
.nd organ maker anu tuuur, can fur
niHh best factory rofrnncui. Orders
left at Hawaiian Ntnvn Co. will rn
I'oive prompt attontion. All work
niirHiiUM to Iih HiKunuiH n iIiiiim
i'Olt HAI.K AT TH K
between Chum aud .Japan
will cause pr'nes for their
silk t'jhriu to go higher ; no
country can light mid weave
sik at the s..m lime. The
price Iijs alreatly advanced
and the papirs state that
l.W ..... t.rf.,.T . v. .. ....
for two or tlmu years. It
tiehoov's tun careful buyer
to puiY.huso noy Wc had
un immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
var wis declared, conse
quently we can continin to
sell at the old price as lon
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then tho Wir will
force prices up. Our last
consignment c moists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Morning (iowus
for Jjidies and G nt-, HlU
Kimonos, Smoking lack--t-,
Si k Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., itc.
Ca'ca'atloDS Lead to Correct Rosnlts.
HVirrr JXillf milli l im'W.ilr it in .iiijmii
fiij; fml 'JihxI iiitlurrr net urrfmirily fjKii'
HV lire itllltnj ulrttim firry '.'. ft In 'Jnicr
iii,i liomr, the iirietn of uliieh uiuilil mlimltU
thutr nut ut'luutnttil ultli the fart.
It it nut iifCtmirit t lrt it frtl jifuiifitcliliitj
or tiiijnitlwj in tinier t lmie.it irvrk of nit.
Thr virthotl of rriirioliictimi miir in iijnr,
mnlet it fniuiUle fur jteujilr nf inmlemte nirnnt
am ell in thtir uenlthirr nd;iW, In gratify
their t'lttefur thr Imtiitifttl.
(irent rui(r fur the if'jifii of tntte, in tin
irleetiun of tulijertt, itiijjunteil hit uur lujiihij
jitcturrt fii thert furui noil imiiililtiiiji from
vlilrh to teleet the frnmei.
One nrril neier lie ill lint In know uhnl In
ijlie itt ii jirtirnl, ii( mil tiine or fur iihji mr
lute,fur there it nuthimj heller thttn n n'rlmr,
W-Awl KIWI It III S. it thr iluce Iu yet
Excursion to Waikiki
5 OE32STTS 1
Notice to the Public !
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI.lt) OAK IlKDItOOM bKT.i,
BOKAH, LOUNOKS, WAUDKOUK8,
MIltHOItS, MOUI.D1N03, KTO.KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er Itoll of 10 Yr.l. ia.Mi.
And a Pino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Bfulnal 76,
ISiicouoni to C. K. W'lllUmp.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
I Hi (Arllnitton illnuk),
I. i 'hi. i aio, I'rojirli'trui.,
A li-rtiire ftlll I'c elvi-n liy
Mrh M, M. TlllilDd
On FRIDAY KVISXIXG, Sit. 2S,
At tli1 Tliroiniilili'ul Hull, cnriur ol
N imu nn niul Mu lim uliuotn, In
)iHir will n'i'li nt 7 nV nek, lntiirn In
i:iiiiiiui'iii'v irinitiy Rl Ho'vliMik
tinliJiTt ut tlm l.fituro will lt
".K A R. JUL A "
Temple of Fashion
51 Eort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
UrQ Auortmant ol Ladles' tnd Oblldrai'i Bbom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Lars liun of WuoIhiin at 2Tm- Flaiiimlettea, 1(1 yard for f l.tii
Urmvii ami Whilo Uotii.im, from S lo 20 yards, 1 1.1X) ior pitH'u.
VmonhHaK OiriRliams 12 vanls fur 1.00. Gimta' aud LatHW Ualhiuv Nun.
ilkH. Satin, Snrnh, L.twiu nml Drtsn OoihIk of nvurj il(!rijtion
ML. O. SILVA, JProprietor.
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CIllKlun 10 WlllKIUI. A tll will llMVrt
frum tlm Olil l'hlneu l'u':i'ii', Klnn tlr tl,
nt l.wry Unit lliinr niul Kv,ry Hour
litii lyi to iliu Strict i-iir 'liruiliMH
D, HOWARD MTCJCOCR
Will rrniiiim lila lii'.triiuiiuii In
Drawing and - Paint ng
At llli rilllilli) nil lintel llri'it.
t'iiiHvcH cvury Wi'iliii-mluy uml Snlnnlny
from h . m. to I'J m.
An Kvt'iih I'linm In )rnu Iiik from uli.
Jci't. ami imili'U will Im oi.'iii'i for iliooi
wliuinuy wlli loutli'inl.
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411 NUUAN0 STHUK1.
Importer and Doaltir 11 Enrwii Dry and Fascy Goods
LniHi-n' Wru of evi-ry ilcicrlitlon. Alvo, fro-h line of Clilnm (luoN.
Pongee c "Wliite Silik. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
HcM Hlitek and Orei-n Cli'mene Tea. Ciepo Mmwls, lite.
im Kit Oinirniiti'i'il. I'rlri'n Mixlemtf. -
&' lEuLfaal rreleiDlione B4S t
Daily Bullotin 50 Cents per Mouth.