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Supplement to tli
e Hawaiian Gazett e, Sept, 28th,
Lato Foreign News.
By the steamer AmlraUa from Sydney and
Auckland, on Sunday night, w have late tele
cram f rora Europe nnd America. It is Rratifyinf
to learn that President Garfield has been removed
from VVashinKton to Long Branch, and, that his
condition continues to improve. We present the
Jollowi2? brief summary of the rcoit important
items of news :
Loxdo-.-. September 7th. O'Donovan Rossa, in
a newspaper conducted by him, nrges the destruc
tion by fire of the Enqlish towns and cities.
t 1 c... Ti Ti It ii rumored in New
York' that' Edward Ilanlan, the champion bcnller
of the world has signified his intention of retir
ing from rowing.
London". September 7th. A serious riot has oc
curred at Stoltz, in Germany, occasioned by the
persecution of the Jews. T, "".Pff0
assembled, and maltreated the Jewish residents.
London, September 7th.-In consequence of the
repeated raids bvtho Indians in New Mexico, the
settlers in that country have made a demand to
the Government of the United States that the In
dian race be exterminated.
London-, September 7th.-The Austrian Press,
commentins on the relations between Itnssia and
AnitnaTsajs that war between the two countries
Washinotos, September Cth. The medical ad-Tine-s
of President Garfield, after holding a con
sultation decided that it was desirable to remove
their patient from the White House, where he has
remained since the attempt on his life. The
President was accordingly carefully conveyed to
Lone Branch, w here be will remain for the present.
No ill effects have resulted to the President from
Wisnrsoros, September 8th. The latest news
from Look Branch regarding the President re
ports that the feverish symptoms which appeared
shortly after his arrival have now been allayed,
and his condition has improved.
I'aeis, September Cth. Sir Charles Dilke, Un
der Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, re
cently arrived herewith the object of conferring
with JL Tirard, Minister of Agriculture and Com
merce, upon the difficulty which has arisen in
connection with the renewal of the Commercial
Treaty. Sir Charles Dilke had several interviews
with the Minister, but the result of their nego
tiations has not et transpired.
Beeus, September 9th. A meeting took place
to-day at Dantiig between Czar Alexander 111.
and Grand Dukes Vladimar and Alexia and the
Emueror of Germany and Prince Frederick Wil
liam. The latter visited the Russian Imperial
.vrtyon board the (Jzar s yacnt, in wmcn ms
la iesty is now cruising in the Baltic M. Deserts,
the Kussian Pnvy Councillor, ana rnnce uis-TnBT-ot-
trrrs sImj nreent at the interview, which
as marked throughout by great cordiality
Nrw Yoek, September Cth. Farther intelligence
from Sew Mexico shows that General Carr and
hie detachment of American troops, were not, as
previously stated., massacred by Indians, but
were made prisoners and confined in the fort
From this the General and the bulk of his officers
and men subsequently effected their escape, but
in their flight, eleven of the party were killed by
New Taut, September 7th. Fuller details which
have now beta receives! regarunij; me ietem i-
By the Sadie F. Calltr, on Monday evening from
San Francisco, we have dates to the 10th inst. We
present the most prominent items:
Sax Fmscrsoo, Sept. 10. The KataVava and
Eureka arrived September 9th, all passengers well.
His claimed by the fiemi-official returns that
llaunce G. Blake has a majority of votea for
Mayor. Onr old friend Mr. J. S. Baron -will prob
ably be elected one of the school directors. Mr,
Baron is very popular amonE scholastic circles in
San Francisco, and is also well-known here; it is
thrOUU him that manv Of thft tpxrhpr bar mmA
I down here.
John Chinaman collects his debts in San Fran
cisco much in the same way that he has done once
or twice here. Mr. See Wine was badly smashed
nt the instigation of Mr. Ing Ah Took, to whom he
owed a small sum.
Lono Biuxcn, Sept. 9. Secretary Blaine, nt 10
o'clock this eveninc, cabled to Lowell, Minuter at
London: The medical reports are all favorable to
day, morninc, noon nnd night. The President has
not for many weeks done so well for so many con
secutive hours. He has had very little fever. His
respiration has been normal, and his pulse has
not exceeded 100. He has slept without opiates
and has Rained strength without stimulants. His
nights are not as restful as could be desired, but in
24 hours he Rets sufficient sleep. The weather,
though not excessively warm, continues sultry and
oppressive. Much is ho ed for the clear, bracing
air, which may be expected here at this season.
Long BuiNcn, Sept. 9. To-dav is conceded by
the attending surgeons and the President's atten
dants to ha, e been one of the best days he has
had since be was shot. Daring the morning the
snrgeon, while examining the President, pressed
his finger on the spot on the body supposed to bo
directly over the ball. The patient did not ex
penence any discomfort from the slight pressure,
and it is not thought the ball, in its present loca-
1 inn. will raticu nnv inctfwivpnipnrf to ltioPrpei.
dent in tho use of his limbs. He is now able to
raif-e his right leg as easily as he does his left.
Colonel Co bin says the President passed an ex
ceedingly favorable afternoon and he ate a very
cood dinner. Mrs. Garfield snid she felt sure the
President was better to-day. The favorable symp
toms are expected to continue from two to four
weeks beforu the President can be pronounced
Elbebos, Sept. 9. Midnight. The President's
condition has continued faorable. He has rested
better to-night than in the early part of any night
for a week past. His pulse was somewhat higher,
owing to the evening febrile rise, but Dr. Bliss
says his general condition continues favorable.
About 11:30 Dr. Bliss said he was going to retire,
and did not expect to be disturbed before morning.
Decteb, Sept. 9. The police last night arrested
fhe women and three men belonging to a notorious
band of robbers. Detectives are on the track of
other members of the gang who are operating in
other towns. This band is mostly from Missouri
and Kansas, w hero they are said to have blown
open oer fifty afes within two years. Over $5000
worth of plunder was recovered. ' Kid " Law Mm,
the suppoM-d leader, was among the eight arrested.
New Youk, Sept. 9. Advices from Panama, Au
gust 31st, say : In a fight at Matagalpa, between
about 5000 Indians on ono side and a detachment
of troops and some 150 citizens on the other, the
Indians lost -uu in tinea ana wounaea. i be otner
paity had 28 killed and a number wounded. Pre-
B. F. EHLERS & Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
lioiouuti .... , "i i- i vious eo IU13 UU, inuians Hltacbeu Jsquijiuian,
tack on General Carr by Apache Indians, prove jajj tn0 Captain in command, the Commissary
n.ttc nf Hffair were much ex- - , ;i 1 . i i.i
h irt irnnnti of the affair were much ex
agserated. The Indians greatly outnumbered the
foroe under General Carr, but Carr and the bulk
of bis troops succeeded in making their escape to
a fort some distance from the scene of the attack.
In their flight eleven American soldiers only were
killed, besides a number being wounded.
New You. September 9th. Owing to the con
tinued dry weather, tenons forest fires have oc
curred in the State of Michigan. Hundreds of
farms have been completely destroyed by the
counairration. and over 11W deaths have resulted
therefrom. The aet.ucuon of pro'iertv is
enormous, and thousands havo been tendered
Intellience from St. Petersburg states that the
disease known as the "Siberian Plague has
appeared in several provinces of the ltussian em
pire : and that villages in St. Petersburg districts
and along the Wassau line it has already occa
Moiied great mortality among cattle and horses, as
well as many deaths among tho human inhabit
ants. The disease m question is not the same as
the dreaded babomc plague of the Last though
similar in name.
The Berlin correspondent of the Pall Hall Gn
zrtir, July Uhh, reports the Anti-Jewish feeling m
Germany as exceedingly bitter. 44 When I hae
ventured," says the writer, "to make the state
ment that no such feeling is known in England,
that the Jews are received on precisely the saino
footing as others into society generally, that I was
proud and happy to number Jews among any
Acquaintance, the only reply I could obtain was,
and this accompanied by a look of semi-increduhty
received, "Then all we can say is, the Jews m
tugland are not those of Berlin and other places
The Anti-Clerical Agitation in Borne has not yet
rromN'oamea we learn that UJ3JIJS. SlirmtJz
and the French war schooner Gazelle have been
cruising round A'la or Leper Island. They
landed an attacking forco at Touancora and sur
prised and destroyed a well built Milage ten miles
distant, after a toilsomo march and captured the
mam instigator of the murder of two boats crews
of the ilw Qiren, and six of his men. .
At a village named Taracoota, the head chief
who had hitherto evaded capture was brought on
board. He carried with him a bunch of palms
i ,ci- namilfmsnf adesirefor peace.
and promised never again to attack or murder
wtiiie men or uoau,
i i j.. atcn tcitjxl Tauna and the chiefs
were cautioned that if any more Anns on boats
occurred speedy and severe punishment would be
mulcted. . , , .
i . t,B ir.voMtfa is looked upon as
immenUy successful, and ricpcct for livesand
nr,,nrrK of foreigners once more is instilled
aniongs't these savages.
A terrible railwav accident occurred on the
Bright, n lino near Melbourne on the morning of
August 31st, causing the death of four persons,
and serious injury to several others. This train is
alwavs well filled with business men and children
attending schools and at the time of the accident
lis estimated there were 4U0 passengers in the
tram which was running at about iO miles an hour.
No communication excuse between passengers
and guard or driver. A first-class smoking car
nage ran off the line having broken a tire, parted
Ik coupling chains and fell down an embankment
ifeet high into a swamp with several inches oj
water. 1 be next two carriages shot upwards and
th.n fell on the first completely crashing it nni-er-nea'h
them. Everything occurred almost inrn
ii.runt.and the most of struggling passengers in
the three carriages had not time to realize what
hu.l happemd when they beie crushed under
-Luteied leams, torn cushions, heavy lion work
Itaun, and wheels. It was estimated that the
tlm-e carriages contained 110 passengers and the
,i of somanv is looked upon as roireculous.
1 h. remainder of the carriages were brought to a
M ...ds-ill with a violent shock, two of thim hav
nt..r. U.e irack. The aicideut caused great
eiutxn.cnt it is the worst that has yet occtirred
in Australian railway history. The carnage which
first left the line is an old one, not fit lor use.
His Ex. Sir Arthur Gordon accompanied by
Miss Gordon, and Capt- Kollege embarked at
Auckland on the 11th Sept. on board H.B.11.S.
t , ..raid and w as to sail for i iji on the Ulh.
Mxteen deaths from small-pox havei0'iJre
Sdue up to Sept. bth. The dnease is said to (be
JuwK fpieading. Tho Government has appointed
a commissn consisting of the lTesi dem ol Ito
Harbor Hoard, three doctors and aljita
enquire into the management of the Q?nmtine
biaucn. and has suspended the superintendent
of the station pending the investigation.
In a match for 200 aside il. Rush beat La ycoci
the tavonte by four lengths. Laycock daimed a
foul but the umpires refused to entertain i-
Tlie Chinese Restriction Hill "has been before
th. Leeislati.e Council in I4. S. Wales- .rh,X
t-v oti.10 per head on Chinamen arnvmg in the
ohmv has Uen struck out, nnd the proportion of
ChmeW passengers allowable altered from one to
ev. ry 100 tons, to one to every SO tons, the princi
pal Ktnctive i-rovifion of the bill, so that vscls
can only bring one Chinese passenger to cerj M
tons of her measurement.
Amos Torrcy, quarter-master of the Y. . S. S.
Cv,oj .V.v rirtwhUoputtingontheforetetches
on ihe morning of the 6th fell down into the hold
and was killed Instantaneously. Heascd w-as &
x.-rsofage and a nati.oof Newtownville, jUass.
Au mquest was held and a verdict of accidenua
and a young telegraph operator named Vegar, who
was stricken down while repamng a break in tho
Gov ernment telegraph line. The slaughter of vari
ous individuals followed, some of them being In
dians who had refused to jointhemalcontents,and
homhle outrages were indicted upon others.
NEW YORK LITE
HAWAIIAN BARK " IOLANI,"
J. T7"ex,sr 3La,2rs Invoice or
mOXCHS HESW GOODS !
Mew Bress Satins,
plain, Btripetl, and brocaded to match.
New Bi?ess Silks,
plain, striped and brocaded, all new abades ;
Wool Dress Goods,
wool suitings in all tho new shades;
FINE FRENCH CASSIMERES AND MERINOS !
in black, and all tho new colors;
Fine Wlaite Linen Lawns,
Fine Printed Linen Lawns
Ladies' &; Children's Hosiery,
X.a dies' tzi3L CTf 11 dren's
Cash Surplus 9,000.000
WILLIAMS, DIMOXD & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For San Francisco, Australia, Japan and
EX-GOVERXOR FRED'K F. LOW,
Prest. of Local Board in San Francisco.
H. HACKFELD i: CO.,
C. 0. IJEKGER,
For the Hawaiian-Islands.
ALL FOIUlb OF
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
IISAMINE THE KEW
Extract from a letter of lion F. T. Low.
I certtfv that I he taVcn out a " Tontine" policy in
the -ew York Lire Inmrance Co. for vu,uui; ilial 1 iv
card it a the beet and lamet plan ot Luc Incnrutic,
and that the principlfA ruibodifd in the new pUn.alu-r
caicful ciamlnatioa, ba irrooid the ol-jiiUon 1
h& lierctclore cnttrtalntnl agninet "Life liiMtiancc.
I havr fcUadiJ dicIin-dto im-ure until the" Tontine
was presented to me. Vourit rty Uuly.
It provide forone'n farallj- at ordinary Life tittt,
and the money tcturned with interest ou arrmng at a
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far in exec of thoe realiztd from the iiiM-tinunt of
equal amounts in ai1nH Lauku or corporate tocL of
lennc tqutl tecunti.
SEE LIST OF POLICY HOLDERS!
Each of whom Live in tared ou this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to $20,000.
II V Schmidt,:
J T Watcrhoosc,
E C Daraou,
S K Koai,
J I Dowstt, Jr,
J V fflcccr,
U E Whitney,
1 W Laine.
Adk. Unan, i
a n YUr.,
Aud many uthcrs.
II A P Carter,
J C Glade,
William H Dimoad,
F T Lenehan,
W W Hall,
A 11c Wayne,
G W llacfarlane,
H K Macf.irlanc,
F V Jlacfarlane,
F A Schaef cr,
C O lStrgcr.
Wm G Irwin,
Which ie suflclcnt ruarjntcc is to u mcriu.
For full Uforaatioa, ap?ly to
ii. ii.vciirr.i.D A: Co., o.
co t4. o. nni;ii:it.
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!
FISHER'S CKAMPAGHE CIDEE.
to well and favorably known in this cosiasnlty. can
lravs be loatU-Oaice, ai rtcu 'v.b, ..m. v
iionolulo. January 1 . J3-
We are Constantly Receiving by Every
Steamer from the Coast,
All the Latest Novelties m Lndies' Neckwear
New Laces, Fancy Ribbons,
Fine Embroideries, &c.
also .tvs'r ur.cr.ivr.i), a i..vit(;i: AssoitTJii:.-r or
New Carpets, Velvet Rugs,
Door Mats, all sizes.
We havo mado material changes in our PRICES, and offer Goods cheaper than ever before.
FOR SAMPLES AND PRICE LIST, ADDRESS,
S72 56 lm
B. F. EHLERS & CO.. FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
27 MEKCIIAXT ST., HONOLULU, II. I.
Ecal Estate Broker, Employment
CENERAL BUSINESS OFFICE.
Rents Ilonsce, Cottages and Rooms. Sells and
Leases Property in al juris
of tlic Kingdom.
Employment found for tlioso seeking work on
Bills collecled, Legal Papers of nil kinds
drawn, Hooks and Accounts bolicitcd,
and general cilice work transacted.
Agent for " P. 0. Vickcry's Fireside Visitor,"
Siil'ncriptionSl.'JSpcrycar. The reputa
tion of this interesting pictorial jour
nal is cccond to none on tlicso
Islands. Eacli subscriber
Receives l-'he Beautiful Chromos with tho
first number of the paper.
ii.vriMi itr..iivi:i into
Tho Firc-proof Brick Building
Adjulnln? my former efflec, I am now prepared to
conilctt a mora fxtensirc butlnc?s with mycnlarscd
facilttict. In addition to the ariocs blanches. I inrltc
AgtnU., riantera. and tirlrato psrtiea on the other
Ieland to make their purchates through me.cnarantce.
ln to ;!ve all orders elo.c attcnUuu.and to procure the
beat luriina the market ad:ords.
frCIIAItJlS ALWAYS JKlli:KATr..-d
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT !
ON THE 1ST DAY OF OCTOBER EXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IX hl'MS OF
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
Tltetfc bonds will be lemed Id the following tfrieir
Series A llonds of 500 ench, due October 1, 1S83.
Scries B Itonds of $500 each, duo October 1, lhSft,
Scries O Honda of .'0U eacb, dne October 1, lb67.
Series I) Bonds of $.KW eacb, due October 1, 1118).
Each Bond will have coiiM at attached. pnyHbl on
tlieHt dj of April and October of each jenr; tntrreft
attlie rate of hri'ti rr run. per nitutiiri. free
of (ioernnifnt tac. The Interrtt on tliemuiUbe
fjiinriuitrtMl by ilt-fprs. Ill t hop Jt Co., nml will be
made payable at the Bank of Mcvtri' Blehoii A Co.
Tliec itondo will be lecurdbya firt mortpcc on all
the property or tlif lUwalian Agricultural Co. Tbcv
be made payable to bearer or order, at the option of
the purchuter; and if partlett prefer the latter can liac
thrm repbtered on tbe booU of the Company, thus af-
luruiiig bufoiuic cecnrny in case or loss uy rouDery or
'artles d"ifrfns to nurchapr anr of thrtc bonds will
siaie wnai Htrtti U.ry prcler A. Ii, v, or It. Ah
plkutlontsulll nou bv rceixd. For further partlcuUre
me uiuic oi i-. Dreucr v iu., iinnomin.
V. C. JONES Jr.,
.HI l am Trra-inrcr II. A. Co,
ESTABLISHED IN 1852.
G B N C T.
Rooms 'JJ and CI. Merchants' Exchange. California bt.
ban Francisco, California.
Nn..-.uvi:urisiAJ mi.icitf.i for
nil ScHmpen pnhlltlicil on the
i cllic CiiimL. I lie Nit ii tin Irli Iilnilil, INlIyiiCVln,
, JI CX I Call IMrth, t'aiiamn. Viilimralnu, JniHtii,
' China, cir Zenluml, the Aimtrallait i'uln
I ulr, the Iisteru NIhIvm nnd i:iiruic. I'll en
of nearly rt-ry cuilmper itublttlivtl fin lUo
lHciQc 4 0M-.1 nrr lvpi nin(anlly on liaiiil,
I nml all mlvcrltsfrt alloueil frrv ccc lu
litem tlnriii ImihIucs1 Iiouis The Ilauallnn
I (fuzeUa Is Kept uu file ut Hie oillce ul 1. 1.
I "Vlshcr. tfjs
J10. IS. LAWIOR & CO Proprietors,
JIOTEL STKEET. HONOLULU.
Ectricccs on IIoUl, IUcbnls. and EcreUsU Strpcta
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Prices tho wsicasFirit-Cb. Ilotc. la Frcieco.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF LIVERPOOL. ENGLAND.
Fire Insuranci of all descriptions will lie effected at
moderate rates of prcmlsu, by tne unden igncd.
J. S.V.LKEK,.".:rr.t for Hawaiian Islands.
P. S. The Royal Intnracce Company has the larce.t
net snrplns of any Fire Company in the world. ly
rnix mv .nsr.E mint this
Kln;aa.-n lay xa. E. A. WILLIAMS. ill att for
me in all raatlrrs of Uu.tne.8 csder fall Power uf At
tonicy. C. . WILLIAMS.
Uonoluln, Aujset I , loSI. iliM ta
The New Ware Rooms
OF THE CALIFORNIA
CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK, FORT STREET
"WILL BE OPENED THIS DAY,
"V7"3.Txesca.-a.37", September 21st
Ana we invite yon to inspect onr stock, which wo are resolved to sell
At Prices which do not admit of Competition !
Tho following comprises somo of tho latest additions to Stock:
1 Elegant Block Walnut Chamber Sait, latest de
signs, beantifnllv carved;
French Plate Mirrors, Tennessee Marble Top!,
1 Handsome Chamber Suit, Primavera (a Mexican
wood), trimmed with California Lanrcl and
Tamana (from Tahiti), with extra largo bev
elled French Plate Mirrors,
1 Parlor Suit, Ebonized Frame, latest dosign,
handsome Persian Silk covering ;
Turkish Easy Chairs,
in Spun and Raw Silk, puffed with plush,
Walnnt Frame Easy Chairs, in cashmere, puffed
with satia ;
Latest Style Lounge, in raw silk, "cross stripe";
Ebonized Parlor Tables; silk plush top.
Ebonized Wall Cabinets, Easels,
Chairs in every style, from 73 cts. to each;
liLick Walnut ChefToniers,
Marble Top Tables, all size ;
Mack Walnut Extension Dining Tables,
Black Walnut Chamber Sets, Complete;
for $65. OO.
Stained Wood Chamber Sets for $35.00.
Cedar Bedroom Sets,
Black Walnut Wardrobes,
Cedar Wardrobes, Garden Chairs,
Sideboards in Oak nnd Black Walnut,
Cottage Bedsteads, Singlo and Double;
Walnut Cane Seat Sofas,
Library and Offleo Chairs,
Cabinet Dining Chairs,
Douglas Oak Arm Chairs, Cane Seat;
Oak and Walnut Cane Seat Chairs,
Grecian Chairs, Cano Scat ;
Oak and Walnut Cano Seat ltockers,
Parlor ltockers in lteps,
Whatnots, Bureau Washstixuls $3.00,
Black Walnut Bureaus with Glas3, ?a).00 ;
Children's llifih and Low Chairs.
Mattresses and Pillows of all Descriptions'
Jriirlor Sets in XXn.ii Clot.li -and. Ropii.
N.B. Shallbc pleased to show our Stock whether you purchase ornot.
871 lm E- P- ADAMS, Agent.
Milliner and Dress Maker,
l'OUT STIIKET. IIOMII.II.I;,
TS COXSTAXTIsY IX ItECUU'T Ol'
JL ALL THE
Latest Novelties in Millinery!
ComprUins the Nctret Styles in
Hats, ltllilions, I fathers, Flowers, Lares,
Ac. Ac. r. Ac.
Whotc titp nnd skill are too well Unown toriqnIrf any
recom mend fill h, U still In thnre or (he Mlllincrv anil
Trim m In e Ucpartmrnti'. which Is a tmtleWnt goarantce
that work will be donv In an arttotic manner
THE DRESS MAKING
Will be under the Immediate aupfri-Uloii of Mr. WW
khifOn, uhooe refutation for neenracy aud ntathct-sls
well known to the lad lea vt Honolulu and the other
Ladies' Dro33 Caps on hand,
Or made to order. aUo.
Ladle-' and Children Ready Made Clithlnjj. Zephyr
bhawln, bileslann. Fren It (irtnadlnes. bilk
MocklnR, Iiee Uandkerchicft,
Japan Tidies. Jtctc.
A Fine Lino of .Mourning (iooils
Constantly cn hand.
Mrs. W hope) by strict attention to tho wants of her
patrons, m Merit" terms, and farntshtnnnlj first-cUn
Artielrit In her line, to merit a share of ihepublic pat
JHO. FOWLER & (DO.
Lcedt, England, ara prepared to
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
With or without Cars and LoeomotiTet,
Specially adapted for Snjar Plantations !
Permanent Itailways, with locomotives and cars,
1 raction Engines and Jtoad Locomotives,
Steam l'louKhinc nnd Cnltivating Machinery,
i,",,. K-ucs for nit purposes,
w inding Engines for Inclines.
Citalojun with lllastratlons.: Models, sad rbote
Hft" ll" "b, Vlnla .nj Jlschlneiy rosy be .ren
st tlie offices of the nniler.limed.
W. L. (IKEKN and
,, U. W. MACKAItLAXE A CO..
51 Agdnls for J no. Powler A Co.
The Germania Market
ad Is now conatsntly Id receipt or the best ot
I1LXF, MUTTOX, VEAL AM) LA3II1,
From Choicest Herds.
fort Rso.ases, Bolozr.i, Hesd Chee., nrrmsn
hsa.iOT., Ac. slwajs on bsnd,as also tho best of Tool,
try and rUh.
Oar Jleats tit all cut and put up In Eastern stjle. All
of th" '"J."'""1 'ndeI to, and delivered In soy pail
Cm ' 1IAUP1- AH hCmtADEK. rroptletars.
HEBBARD'S EXPRESS !j
Tliniili Nlinlteii In Every Joint
And Cher with fever sad l:rae, or billons remittent, the
system msy yet be freed from the malignant virus with
llo.tetter's stomach flitters. Protect the ryitem
acalnst It with this beneficent antispasmodic which is
furthermore a supreme remedy for liver complaint, eon.
slfpallon, dyspepsia, debility, rheumatism, Udncy
troubles and other ailments.
For Sale by all Druggists and Dealers cenerally.
Fur Hale by REDD1NOTON A CO.,
7J0 San Franel.co. Cal.. V. S. A
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2 818 DOLLESiCO
Draxase anil Express lluslncss ofall llnh
Trnniptly Attended to,
By the underal-ned. Offlce at Oil Klnc 8t llormlnlu.
WSia. HENRY HEBBAnn.
NEW ART GOODS !
THOS. 0. THEUirs, PORT ST, BTOHE,
Clirorao Panels nnfraraed. Photo Panels,
In a variety of subject., framed.
Hew Style Cc-atination and Gronp Photo
Panels and Framed Pictures;
Ebony Framos for Stand and Easol.
Hand and Stand Plato Mirrors.
WINDSOR AID NEWTON'S OIL COLORS.
Artists Canvas Mounted Ocards.
A variety of Editions of the
Eevised New Testament.
Singly or Comparative.
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the best pjsslble taanuet, and reasonable rates
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