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.rtwnw.wi'Mira,vrry'juljut.i'uwi"." an1 "rinrjuf'i'ttpi wiTtBr!yrfgw.iiwwn
Henri! from nt I'orllaiull'eiiccnblc
Moro faots regarding tho move
ments of Rolsou J. Mtirkoe, tho
would-bo filibuster, who planned
to reatoro tho royalists to power
in Hawaii and mnko himsnlf tho
Prince of Honolulu, havo beon
learned, says tho San Francisco
Ghroniclo of Docorabor 24. As
was stiitod in tho Ohrnniolo a fow
days ago, ho wont north and is
probably in Seattle or so mo Pugot
Bound port. Tho arrest of his
comrades, Undorwood and Mor
row, alius Shoridan, lias not stop
ped him from carrying on his
preparations, as fur as known.
It has been learned that Mar
koo loft this city on tho stenmar
Stato of California on Decombor
5th. Jesse T. I'ook of this city
and H. M. Bush of Martinez oc
cupied tho Huino stateroom witli
Markoo on tho trip, but ho told
them nothing of his plans. In
fact, he did not mention tho nub
joot of filibustering t thorn.
Mr. Peck s.iid last evoning:
"When I read in the "Chronicle"
thnt Mnrkoe was trying to get
together a force of inn to enpturo
Honolulu and rostoro tho Queen
to tho throne 1 mudo up my mind
to toll what I know of Murkoo's
movements. Markoe was in tho
sumo stater K in with iny friond,
Mr. Bush, and myself, but he
never s.iid a word io mo about
his cintoiiipti'Ud invasion of the
ILiwaiian islands. Ho said ho
was a lawyer from St. Paul, and
that ho was lo 'king for busir.ess
openings in California. Uo Wia
very polite ami friendly, and 1
uover suspected nis truo businoss.
Ho went ns fur as Portland, whero
we Boparutod We beeonio very
friondly, and ho promised to
write to. us, but wo havo not heard
from hi in and th'erefuro do not
know whero ho has gone.'1
There is quite a mystery nbmt
tho disappearing of Itollson or
Eollo J. Markoo and W.S.Burrell.
Burroll is tho mau who was ap
proachod by Markoo, Undorwood
and Morrow, tho loading filibus
ters, who wanted him to beoomo
a captain of ouo of the companies
of raon who were to capturo Ha
waii. Burroll oxposod tho plot t
Consul-General Wilder, and was
employed to aot as deteotive for
tbo Hawaiian republic in learn
ing the secret of tho filibusters.
Burrell mel Markoo at his hoad
q li.rtors at G2G Bush street and
Aiorrow at 711 Bush street, whore
tho two men had recruiting oili
cos. Aftor Undorwood and Mor
row left fr Honolulu, Burrell
wont to Seuttlo with some of tho
conspirators and nothing has bo( n
heard of htm since. Consul-Gon-oral
"Wilder is still waiting pa
tiently to hoar from Burrell.
Underwood and Morrow, alias
Shoridan, uro still in jail at Ho
nolulu, and from all uppearancos,
they are likely to remain thero
for some time.
City Carriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
haok with good horse and care
ful drivor ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Jort and Merchant
Btreets- Hack at all hours.
(From V. S. Journal 1 JttdMtu.)
Prof. W.n.rc cUo.wlio makes aipccialtjr of Epilepsy,
has without doubt treated and cured moro cased tliaa
ny living Ihylrtan ; "i u, success l ustonUliing. Wo
tend J with a largo bottlo of lin absolute cure, free to
any auffercr w ho mayend their P.O. and Express ad.
drees. Wo aiivlso anyone wlriilng n euro to oddnn,
Vrof. W. 11. 1'KEKK, F. J 4 Cedar BL, New York.
Wanted, ' at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuuanu Street.
6000 mou daily to drink tho 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Postoffico Box 475 Honolulu.
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
. Contractor and Builder.
No. 89, Nuuanu street.
lias on hand Cofflns, Cnrnphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes. Desks, Matressos, etc
' Call in and inspect goods.
Ono Thins hnil Another.
A prominent physician Fayss "Do
not lnnco tho gums of infants. If thoy
nro rod mid irritated, thoro must bo
Fomo othor condition to ncconut for tho
trouble." IIo docs not think that nor
mal dentition is to bo interfered with.
Soro or inflamed oyes nro relieved by
bathing in tepid or wurin wuter lu
which n llttlo salt has been dissolved.
Au individual towol should bo used in
all such cases never ono which is used
in common by mombors of tho family.
Newest Thine In ItiYltntlonn Small
but "cntlal D.italU.
Wedding invitations nro consigned to
tlio post from two to thrco weeks pro
coding tho dato of tho wedding. Tlioso
sent to friends and relatives abroad nro
started on their foroigii journey fully
thrco weoks before.
A roprcsontativo invitation is as fol
Sir. and Mrs, Clarcnco Follln Berkeley
refluent tho honour of your pmncnco
nt tho ninrrlngo of their daughter,
Mr. Edwnril Prencott Harrison,
on Wednesday, Juno tho twenty-flrat,
at twclra o'clock, In
tho Church of tho Honvunly Host.
Tho engraving, a round hand script,
without flourish ami with littlo Fund
ing, has n tondency toward tho medium
and tho small in size. Tho lines nro
oloso together, nllowiug considorablo
margin at top and bottom of tbo uoto.
Tho paper most preferred is that
whito product of American manufacture
variously designated as dull kid nnd
parchment finish, in si 7.0 between octa
vo and billot When folded it fits nn on
volopo that is almost squaro nnd which
offers a choico of cither .1 pointed or a
squaro flap. In town tho pointed flap is
considered tho propor thing, whilo tho
country favors tho squaro ono. Tho en
volopo inclosing tho uoto is without
gum and of tho samo woight as tho in
olosuro, whilo tho outer ono, intended
as a carrier only, is of lighter quality
and gummed for scaling.
Tbo Ladies' Homo Journal, authority
for tho foregoing, says that for church
weddings overy thing pertains to formal
ity, and tho invitation ns well as tho
ceremony is impressivo in nil dotails.
Tho unmos of tho parents heading tho
invitation aro now moro often written in
full, thus iusuriug a good looking line
at tho top of tho uoto. Tho nso of tho
initials, which nro iudoflnito, is to bo
discouraged. Tho "r" nnd "r" in
"Mr." nnd "Mrs." nro frequently on -graved
nbovo tho lino, owing partly to
tho English custom of eo doing and be
causo when tho parents' names aro long
moro spaco on tho lino is gained. With
short names tho nbbroviations aro prcf
orablo on tho lino with tho other smnll
letters. For tho eamo reason "nnd" in
full is substituted for tho abbreviation,
although tho latter is moro often nsod.
Tho lino "roquost tho-hoirour of your
prosonco" almost invariably appears on
a church invitation with "honour"
spelled with n "11."
For a homo wodding invitation the
words "honour" and "presonco" give
place to "plensuro" and "company."
An even moro elegant method is to
employ tho nso of a blank or dotted line
nfter "request tho honour of," npon
which towrito tho gnost's name, "com
pany at tho marriago of their daughter"
following on tho lino below.
Tho names of brido and groom are
separated by tho littlo word "to," al
though somo consider "and" quito ns
Tho omission of tho prefix "miss"
.from tho daughter's name is ouatomary
on an invitation, but should nevor occur
when tho bride is a sister, cousin or
nieco of the people issuing tho invita
tions. A Good Floor Btaln,
A good, smooth, soft wood floor may
be stained a rlob, dark brown by the use
of a pound of asphaltum mixed witli
one-half pound of booswitx, or a greator
quantity of oach in prcportion. Add
more asphaltum if too light. Apply
with a spongo or brush. A thin ooat of
ahollao is then put on, lightly sand
pnporcd off and varnished.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CnOCK.EKY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
143- No 41, Nuuanu street.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING PAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired
Building houses and waking rice mills a spe
cialty. P. O. Box 103, corner King and Bethel
FINEST GRADE DF
Hawaiian Blue Stone
in Hawaii for
order lu any
size or shape
to suit the
trade or pub
lic. . ....
is the same ss
used in the I'u-
and Von Holt
Agent fdr J.uno Bros., S. F.
nrAmii 13 I88SV
h Ahp i rn. I
I toil CITT MK. (
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mi rjjuc run 1
Arthur Harrison, Prop.
EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1800.
Hole! street, next
P. O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy Iflew & Second-Hand
)J King & Nuuanu Sts.
ti W. JL(
Exclusive and Attractive.
Free Hods and
GET OFF THE TRAM
Central JVteat JVEarlet
Love's Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIR8T GLABS Market in every
Onlers delivered promptly to all parts of
Telepbono 101. 120-tf.
of all kinds. '
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
61 Fort Street Telephone 422
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
HOLIDAY --:-- GOODS
I cordially Invito Ladles and ticntlcmeii to In
spect iny stock of : :
UMDUOIDHltED SCltEENS, TABLE COVERS AND QUILL'S,
33 e until "til Lnctinor Wuvo unci
1 CAiutr a Ft'i.t, stock or
MEN'S -- FURNISHINGS.
J3?- Especially the
to Onlwav & Porler. 18i.tr
Silk crepes solul colors, silk bed spreads, pnjn
111ns, necktioa, ciiriliion covers, tidies, doylios
drtnvi work mid lianil painted silk bolting
cloth, just tho tiring for painting on. Sovornlsilk
dross patterns, ladies embroidered dresses in
whito and brown linen and ono pretty baby's
dross in baby blue, beveled mirrors with elegant
carved ivory bnt-Li, carved ivory boxes. In
tortoise shell there aro lorgnettes, ladios sido
combs and hair pins in various styles, iflowor
vases hanging, wall and stand, in colored porco
liiin, a few dozen of broad and butter plates, a
fow pretty pearl rings and pins, mats in grass
and shavings 3x0, shaving slippers, mattings in
roll, 40 yards each, lodies silver powder and
hair pin boxes, and an endless variety of boxes
and bags suitable for candy for children.
Ij5f" Much of tho nbovo, Into importations,
and all prices greatly reduced. Open evenings.
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
mmi & 4mve
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nimniiu Streets, Honolulu
Choico Liquors nnd Fine Boor,
Satsnma nnd Kutani w,no. Silk Kiuionas
Embroidered ITandkcrcbiefs, Doilies,
Cushions nud Cohj-b.
All Hand Painted.
I AM NOW prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton K"ds.
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
182-U Knullke Btrect makal of Kins Jtrcct.
HOP HING & COiMP ANY,
Wliolesalc Dealers In
Chinese 811k, Tea, and Matting,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - Telephone 117.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars
Toanut Oil, Sugar, Soap.
Candles, etc., nt lowest
market pneo. , t . .
Coruor Nuuanu nnd Fnuahi stroota, 143-
CHIN WO & CO.
Younjj Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Bcretanla and Nouanu sts., Honolulu.
MCE I'LANTEItS-Always have for slo the
best quality of Hoe. Onr rics narked WOO
Is guaranteed to be Al.
Agents for the following rice plantations:
Palamu, llalawa, Moanalua, Walkikl, Walplo.
Kalawao, Kawalbapa and Waloll, Oahu, and
HS iei. yio. ruuoi.'u,
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SATURDAYS . . . .
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo on Saturdays nt 9:lt
n.m., and 1:45 tun., arriving in llonolult
at Hill p.m. nud 5:20 p.m.
Train will leave on Sundays nt 0:15 n.m
arriving in Honolulu at 5:20 p. in.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 76
2nd01nss 1 25
F. O. Smith,
Oen'l Pubs, nnd Ticket Agent
ZEB mJ&m Zc JJ JbO Z" 1
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of nil kinds.
fjE" Tli9 finest imported confectionery,
i'S-t Hotel treo uForti
FORT AND HOTEL ST3.
Hcafiimartcrs Euleroriso Brewinor Co1
Largest Consignment of Beer
that over arrived horo, now
J. DODD. l'rop'i
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Tea and Coffee
at alii nouns.
TUB FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
BRONZE BRASS, and IROF
made unci repaired.
ESTarticular attention paid
Castle & Cooke
r. O. JOKES.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pala Sugnr Stock,
Uavrailau Sugar Go. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgapo Sugar Planta
t For pnrtioulara apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
-" "ugY i Q
108 Jfort Street.
HTrimilQ VJr I --vnn. ' M
A gciiernl jstook of Liquor, Ales wC ! ""-JT
FJtt SH IIEKR ALWAYS OX DKAURIR:. 'tiM
I " " Sk
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of the flncnt and come WwH
(.nect from Europe. - -
OUR MCBrtAYER WHISKET
Imported Btrotght from Ltck
JAMES OLDS, Prop
FasMi State Coil
Houoluln, II. I.
Sulmvax & BccKLcr, Mnn'R'rc.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGZE
in tho City, with Competent nnd Can
Stand al the Pantheon Stabler
Comer of Fort nud Hotel Street.
Ilaw'n Ilotel Stablw,a,
Pnnthcon StnbleH, &7,
tf Fashion Stnbles. 148.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Until Ttilw, lined with wl
quality, No. 10 ziui (1 in. Pipe, UhuinmcJ
l'luj,', with wood tiui nil complete. OGrr
(Unlers nro dmnfouuded, find renxtttlP.
miinnor of Trickx nud Kxcuios.
Ho uot deceived, theso llnth Tiihs 'irv
been sold for $11 until I reduced the prrc-
I atu prcpnrod to do nil work in uiy bat.
nnd gnnrnntro Kntiiifnetion: Estimato iii--nished.
If j-on wantn Kd Job cheap for Csrit
ring up Telephone 844, and I am J?xz.
JAS. KOTT 3k,
Tinnuiith A I'lmsVes
I IIU i m
G-rand Sale of
Commencing Saturday, Doc.'l'i
D. HOWARP2'. HITCHCOCK'
Mnrblo, Guaranteed Gon
uino; Silk Lamp Shndos,
tbo B and N Lamps, Pio
turos, Artotypos, Photo- -pravuros,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber nnd Qul
and Building Matorials of Si
Quoon Rtroot, Honolak
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BU.ni$
Estimates civon on1 ill
kindof Stone, Briok nnd li'wil
work. Ktr.g Blroot. . .47. If
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.J.l :., ihit.. Mr i JJ.)l,
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