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SATUHDAY, FEU. 23, 1889.
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Kunlim
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr Kaala from Walaluii and Watunao
Stinr .hit MiiUu fiom Kauai
Stmr ICIiiaii from Hawaii und Maul
Stmr Lcliua from ll:uiml;uu
Hk Cejhm, Hi days from Han Francisco
Ilk Hesper from Newcastle, X S W
Stmr LikciiKc from .Maul
Schr I.ukti for Ivoltalu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kaala for Vt'aialuaanil Waianae at
i) :i in
Stmr Llkelll.e for Maui at 5 p m
Sinn' Kllauea Hon for Hawaii at I
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal lit 5 in
Stmr Lulaui for Hawaii nl -1
From windward polls per stun1 Ki
miu, VM) 2.! P C Jones niul wife, V
Deeoto and bride. Ills Ex 0 W Ashfonl.
lion sand Parker, Major W 11 Corn
well, Hon W O Smith, .1 B Atherton,
It F Glade, ,T V Kobhwon ami wife,
Miss l.l.sde IJo.v, .U-isn Lilluoe Itoy,
Mi:-s Mary l)owett. Miss Alice Huberts,
MUs M. A ( hainberlain. Mi- K Kane
liiiku, .1 A Scott, i 'him Lung, h Kimiira,
G V ISaldwin. (J W I nice, W Mniioll,
Mrs Paul Neumann, Mrs M Kelllna and
t children. T 15 Kevworth, M. A Oon
satves. W C .vproull, A M Sproull, T V
Guv, Oil S Kynnersley and wife, J XV
Kuliia, M U MoiiMiirat. W iV llardv. '1'
1$ Lyons, W While, Chun t-ee, T 10
ISvans. and CO deck.
Heroin winiliiril purls iicr stnir Like
like, Feb 23 G 1' Wilder and wife, ('
Allen. 11 G Treadway, .1 K Brown, Mr-.
lliiimarhiu and :!0 deek.
CARGOES FROM iSLAHD PORTS.
Klnnu 12,028 bags sugar, 1SS bags
spud-, ill) bags corn, and 100 1-kgs
I.ehua 2.M0 bags Vugar.
Kilauca IIuu :J,r00 bags sugar.
The Llkclike brought 01171 bags su
gar, 12 hogs, 111" bide-, 00 &ueks corn,
;10 packs potatoes, and 118 pac'-ag.s
The bark Klikitat arrived ye-terday
0 davs from Fort Townseud with OISO,
000 ft of lumber".
The bark .1 D 15rcwer will sail on
Monday for Manila with the balance of
Thy htnir .1 A Cummins arrived latl
evening with 1000 bags of sugar.
The Kilauca llou and Pole, both leave
lor Hawaii on Monday.
The brig Litrllnc arrived at llilo Feb
20th, 11 days from San i ranci-eo vi ii
merchandise valued at $20,U80, includ
ing HDO bbls Hour, 1,0S!) ctls barley,
110.000 lbs fertilizer, 2,0s:i sk bran. HOI
bis bay, lO.OCl ft lumber, 20 packages
salmon and 20 head of stock.
The lurk Ceylon arrived this morning
V) days from s'an Francisco -with mer
chandise valued at Sl,,"i7D. .including
100 bbls Hour, IS,7."i0 lbs sugar, -10 pkgs
salmon, 2300 sks bran, i53;i ells oats,
U7-I ctls barlev, hUO bills Miingle. 2."0
bbls lime, 23 M bricks, 1117 bis bay.
!30 sks middlings, COO lbs lard.
JAKKKTT In IIoiiolulv, Kola nary 22,
1880, James Louis, infant son olMr.
and Mrs. Willhnn 11. Jarrctt, aT'd
2 years, 3 months and 0 days.
A iir...vv caiigo or SUOAll.
The S. S. Kinau arrived at half
past ten o'clock this morning with
4'i. cabin and Gl steerage passen
gers, and a heavy cargo of sugar
consisting of 12,028 bags. Purser G.
lieckley reports as follows: experi
enced fine weather, volcano very ac
tive, coupling-pin between roller
broke at Lnupahochoc, brought
down for repairs, mill going on
grinding; brig Lurline arrived at
llilo, Wednesday morning, 11 days
from San Francisco, with a cargo of
general nieiehaiidibc and 20 head of
stock; schooner Queen left Mahu
kona Friday evening with a full
cargo of sugar for Sao Francisco.
ACCIDENT AT LAUPAHOEHOE.
Last Wednesday Mr. Y. Marriott,
engineer at Laupahoehoe, had the
misfortune to break his left leg be
tween the ankle and knee. Ho was
on a ladder doing something to a
timber below the clarilier, when the
ladder slipped, and in falling, hi3 leg
caught in the ladder and was broken,
as above stated. Medical aid was
summoned mid Mr. Mamolt made
comfortable. He was In ought down
on the Kinau this morning and taken
to the Queen's hospital.
.Satujiiay, Feb. 23rd.
Kaloa and Kamiha were both lined
15. Pelo was lined 10 for profanity-
All Mang for having opium un
lawfully iu possession, was lined S50
and sentenced to one hour's impri
sonment. Epitaph for
Iticli relatives are like, wine they
grow dearer with ago. ("Life.
Gciniany should bo careful "Wo
fight nilt Sigel." flloston Travel
ler. A Detroit restaurant keeper ad
vertises for "a boy to open oysters
fifteen years old."
jife i. JtiyW-Aiii
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik two Majors are in town.
l'p in ft lmlloon next Saturday.
A t'OMi'KTHNT toucher is wauled.
Crium cakos nnd pies nl tho Elite
Tim: Uuahncll trained dog show is
Xo blue tibbon I'nlurtuliiMeiil tins
A unco:,'!) hand engine und boiler
Tun Attorney-General loturued on
Tin: races at tlio l'ark are in
Kress tins afternoon.
if Tun sale of tlio schooner Wnichu
lias been postpone inlil next Salnr
ilay. . .
J. E. Hiiown it Co. want live or six
noies of pastnio land within two or
tbico miles of tlio city.
Tc.vuiuis for fitpj)lyiuK tlio (Sovein
nient stables with hay. nal, bailey
and bran ate called for in our l'.y
Un'ii:h piohibition in Hindi Inland
the I'lovidenre ".Journal" finds .'12(1
UjiogKories'in Unit city where linuur
is told in defiance of law.
TilUHSDAY next, the 28th inst.. at
ili.'JO p. in., tlie regular meeting of tho
Kawailon J!aneh Company will be
held at the olliee of Hishop ifc Co.
Tnu Hawaiian News Company dis
tiibulod some very neat advertising
cauls at the Hotel concert last even
ing, containing the programme as
played by tho band.
Nr.w Zealand imported the En
glish sparrow and now the native
biuls have been driven out and a re
ward of f cents each is offered for
the death of every sparrow.
It is cunently repotted that Ho
nolulu has more telephones in pro
pel tion to the population than any
other eilv. Whv not re-christen it
Tin: wood cut illustrating Prof.
Melville's balloon ascension in another
column, is the work of Mr. Olleil,
pianist of the Campobello Company.
Mr. Ollert was at one time with Har
Tin: U. S. S. Alert left for a cruise
around tlio itlandd yesterday, witli
His Excellency Geoige V. Men ill,
United States .Minister Kesidenl, on
board. This leaves the haibor with
out a man of-war.
Tni:i;i: will be union service at
Ivauuiiiknpili Church Sunday even
ing, at 7 :o0 o'clock. Signer Ganipo
bollo will sing Sullivan's "Lost
Chord" in place of tlio anthem, and
the choir will lender special music.
Mon.s. d'Anglade, Fiench Coiiiinii.
sioner, was piesented to llor Majesty
the (Jtieon and II. H. Prince Kawa
iianakoa, vesterdav, at Jolani Palace,
by Mr. J. W. Kobe'rtson, Vice-Chamberlain.
The (Jueen was attended by
Mrs. .T. W. Ifoberlson.
Coi.oni:i, M. Thompson, who some
weeks ago had a nasty fall, has now
so far recovered from his injuiics as
to bo able to resume the practice of
his profession as a lawyer, and also
to lcsinne work on his "Digest of
Hawaiian Laws." Tho Colonel face
tiously remaiked at the lime of his
accident, that lie thought there was
"danger ol bis recovery," and the se
quel shows that his judgment was
. BAND CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square commencing at
I :I)0 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March Vienna 1 Iearts Sehild
Overture Corinth Rossini
Cavatina The Pirate liellini
IJcniiuUoenci's of Donletti.... Godfrey
Waltz .Jubilant Fain bach
Polka Aniagor ." Godfrey
ARRIVAL OF SUCAR.
Four steamers of the Wilder's
Steamship Company anived- within
the past twelve hours witli the fol
lowing cargoes of sugar: Kinau,
12,028 bags; Likelike, 0,371; Ki
lauca llou, :i,o00; Lehua, 2,."00;
making a total of 21,!J!)i) bags.
WEDDIHC AT LAIIAINA.
East evening, Mr. W. Lowrey
Decolo and Misu Sarah Horner,
daughter of Mr. W. Y. Horner weie
united iu marriage at Eahaina,
Maui. The ceremony was perform
ed by the Hew VV. II. Ilames at
the residence of the brides parents.
A deception followed which was at
tended by all Eahaina. An elegant
supper was served, ami the whole
affair was exceedingly brilliant. The
newly married couple arrived in
Honolulu on the Kinau this morning
to spend their honeymoon.
The Kinau sails on Tuesday next
at 2 p. in. for the Volcano with the
following party of tourists: A. K.
Milliard and wife, Mrs, Knowlcs, II.
I!. Morrill, O. II. Merrill, S. Maw
hinney, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hieh
aiils.'j. D. Wilde, Win. Whitehead,
J. Ashfonl, C. W. Ham and wife,
Mibs M. S. Grilling, Miss L. h
Paiks, Mis. A. M. Tufts, Miss M.
V. Tufts, Miss M. F. Cnshtng, A.
W. Parker, II. P. Hay, II. C. Lyons
and G. K. Wilder. .
Thero is another party of llfteen
who want to leave Kawaihao on the
same steamer for the volcano, but it
is doubtful if they can do so this
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CONCERT AT TIP HOTfcL.
'J'he front of the Ilr.wniinn Hotel
and the grounds ineiciitcd n very
beautiful appearance hist evening,
on the occasion of the band concert
in honor of George Washington's
birthday. Tho numberless Japanese
lanterns on the verandas and the
small electric lights distributed
through the grounds made a vcrj
charming scene. Tim programme
sis played by the band was tin ex
ceedingly appropiiale one, containing
many popular American airs. Several
numbers were encoied. At the con
clusion of the programme d.inCing
commenced in the parlor. During
an interval Miss Grace Porter,
Signer Cnmpobelto mid Mr. Felix
Ollert rendered several selections in
fine style, as a compliment to the
guests at I he hotel. Dancing was
resumed and kept up for some liiuo.
The attendance at the concert was
A splendid progtammo has been
arranged for the complimentary con
cert to Miss Grace Porter and Sig
nor Campobello at Hie Hawaiian
Opera House. A largo number of
prominent residents have tukan
seats, and theie is even1 probability
of a full house Following is lb e
Overtmc "-'emlr.unltle Itosihil
Th.' Hawaiian Hand.
Duct Ipescataii G-dul
Signer Campobello and Mr. Thrower.
1'i.ino Solo Sonata Pathetic
Herr Felix Ollert.
llomaucu La Stella Conlidente....
Violin obllg.it o by Mr. Selunidt
Violin Solo Koinittiee 1 eetlioven
Mr Theodoie bcbuiidt.
Grand Operatic beena Ardon G'.i
Mis.s Grace Porter.
Grand Operatic Scena Fra l'oco a Me
ciuig hi costume by Mr. (.'has. Thrower.
Miserere and Cavatina (dl Trovalore)
The Hawaiian Band.
Air from tlio limber of Seville
Sung in costume by SigiinrCiinpobello.
Violin solo FnimdMe Faust... Sara-ali
Mr. Theodore fcohinidt.
Valsc, IF.stasi Ardlttl
Miss Grace Porter.
Piano Solo Hondo Capriecioso .... ,
Heir Felix Ollert.
Grand Operatic Scena from 11 Don
Miss Porter & oiguor Campobello.
Finale Carinc Bizet
The Hawaiian Hand and Signor
The following news items are from
Hie "llilo Kecord":
East Sunday night a Paknpio gang
was caught right in the midst of the
game. $"S0.00 and eveiy thing
connected witli the game was seized.
Opium was a!o seized. 10 arrests.
At Kailua, Xorlli Kona, persons
ariesled for opium and liquor,
SGOO line on the opium and S200 on
Eepers arrested in North Kona.
There being no vessel to take them
away, they still remain there.
At North Kohala, nine persons
arrested for having opium in posses
sion, also for the smoking of it.
On Monday the eleventh, a Jap
riding on the car that goes down to
the Ilouohiua landing, fell from if
and was seriously hurt. As far as
we can Hud out his nose was cut
from his face. There is danger of
his dying from the accident.
The Kona at Kawailiac is blowing
everything to pieces.
The Volcano is very active. The
reflection has been seen for several
nights, here, very distinctly.
On Friday last our long continued
spell of dry weather, was broken,
with a thunder storm. Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday nights, quite
heavy showers fell, but not enough
to appreciably fill up the streams.
The weather still continues south
erly. A slight earthquake was felt last
Sunday morning, between the hours
of !) and 10 a. in.
Fire alEnupalioelioo. Seven acres
of cane destroyed. Accidental.
At Eaiipahoelioe, olliee. Inecn
diaiism. Coal oil was poured on to
the olliee tahle and then set lire to.
No serious damage done.
At a meeting ot Hie Congregation
of the llilo foreign chinch, held
after iiK.ruiiig service, last Sunday,
a unanimous ote iviu taken for hav
ing evening services every Sunday,
the nature of the sirvice to lie in
t lie form of a lecture.
A I'rof;rebSivi! Angling parly, held
at the lesidenee of Mrs. II. C. Aus-
tin was a very enjoyable affair, and
A Progressive Angling parly, held
the iiiniilicr of fish caught paid the
anlei3 very well lor their elf;its.
A leper, in Kona, while beiii";
arrented Hied upon the olll er woiind
in him (iiitc severely.
Two Cliiniuui'ii were ariesled latt
Sunday niylii for selling opium.
.Si'.vcmii Day Aiyi:.nii-t .Mission
II ai.i.- Service at 7: -Op, in.
at (! :'Jo !
C. A. Uospel I'rnUu Service
, m. Come and hrhi" a friend
KAUMAKAl'lM ClIL'liOlI. Itov. J.
Walaniaii, i:islur. Servleca at 1 1 a, in.
IfAW'AIAIIAO ClIL'ltfJII. Jtov. II. II.
1'arl.er, puMur. Sunday tchool at 10
A. HI. rreueliiii'' al 11 A. M.
Ci..ntj:ai, Psion Cuuitoii.llev. i:.
G.lleckwith, l. 1)., pautor. Sunday
school and JUIile el:ni at II : 15 a. m,
Sci vices al 11 a. m., and 7:1)0 r. ai.
JtOMAN Catiioi.io Oatiikdiiai..
0 and 7 a. ji low ina with Holy toui
iniuilon. elviee.s in KnjjhKli at 7 ,v.
w.j and al 10 a. m., hi,di liias, with
bcriuou either lu Hawaiian or l'ortu-
"Sk & J.i4
SEAT GLEAEAICE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hereby beg- to inform the general italic (hat during uiy Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immei"sf reductions are made in every department.
Oreaf Reduction in Embroideries and Laces of ail descriptions I
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Ladies, Hisses & Childrens iluslisi Underwear !
Will be offered
Lace Gurtaius ana Cratonues,
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves "0capair: Silk CJ loves & Milts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
W A Large Eemnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale -i$s
Mosquito JS'etlings reduced to $2.1i5 a piece; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors: Caliqos, Seersuckers, While Goods, Lawns, Muslin, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sale-ones & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide,
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
"iiuk'. iilteraiiling according to the
fhrci iii:r!nl diffcienl nntiuimlhir of
tho (lunch; 2 r. m.. lwary ami cate-ti-im;
t:..0 i si., hittlructlnti and bene
diction of ihe ttluscd riacramont.
MoiniON UiUT.cn. ?on lees in lla-waii-in
in 10 a. si. Services in IhiglUh
villi bo held at 1!:00 l'.M. All are .in
vited. Qriti:K Ksist.v Ham. Gospel and
sung service for Hawaiian who speak
DiglUh at at", r. si. Good Mngiug.
Shoi l talks. 15erybodv welcome.
J.M'Asr.sr. fcrnmen : Goiel and
Son,; S.-rviccs at 11 a.m.: liihln Class
7:81) v. :i.. In Hie ,Tniaiu'M Y. M C. A.
Koom. (Jiuon Kniina ll-ill, corner of
lJiU'i tar.i.i and Xiuianu sticcts.
(Iuim'.si: Ciiur.cn. Kort trect.nrar
con or iloi'etanla. Ir. Kon-j Shui Kc
uvangiii-U. t hinc?o Sunday M'hool.
D::iO a. si. Chinese and ICng'lish Sun
day School, 'J::;o 1-. si. I'icacldne; It
A. M. a. id 7:30 l'. si. llibh' cla in
thi.ie-c V. .M. U. A. Hall, (J::!0 i: si.
St. ANiinr.w's Oatiiudisai.. I'ir-t
coiiiriciiliiin will have .'-ervice atilil'.O
and It) a. in.
Hawaiian KveiiMinjc at .'!::!0 . in.
livening jiraycr with erinou at 0.
o'clock ). in.
.' ecoud ! oiiroj;.ition Kef. Geo.
Wul ace, pastor. Service? on Sunday:
Morning piaycr and bcriiinu at II :in a.
in. K-. oning prayer and sermon at 7::0
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month at 1 1 :1. a. in.
Diviui' .sinii-o en Wednesdays at7:l!0
Chine-o Coimreatiou, IJcv. II. II.
(lowen iu eh.irtce. Jloining prayer.
ii.h sermon, at 11:1.") a si. "u-.d'ay-rchool,
at 10 a. si. Hvening prayer,
with sermon, al 7 :!iu r. si.
Xnlicei muter t ii hcml 'ire Hi rffctt 20 fchts
tier Hue far thejlrM ime lion, ami d otitis ;sr line
fi'cn itiUlitiount insertion.
EXCELLENT Ueam Cakd and
I'h- to..i iy at 'lie 'filit" '' lSl It
C'oiie.-ivu mu if jou can,
A uideawoke young mil",
J .mi ii : iu the faction
And id iinn o ilm-liiuf;
Wid "Jo n 15. Hicli'on," on.
I love mi'lVt wluI and woe,
'' o iy.! ol l.ile id sow,
'I li ii W milling so lusting
A 'el never out ciimiiii:
Asa".i. Ii. S. Cliupeau."
I'o lit A''ont II. I.
For Soiatlii starlM !
181 J . Sn Jiixi IhHiie. tf
FOR SAJ-iK or IjEASE
('l)TrA(JK Inli-lv oceii.
IY i)hd hv Mr. liiirney Or-
SliiAatali ilciliicili, siiuuio on r.uiuii
jlieel, lietwceu th luiiuylons of Hunt.
. it. lilhhop, Jiuiii'h Ciunphell Mid S. U
nolo, near Kuiimi Sipinrj. Ho piuno
. iin't'l, no dust, no tiiro natehes. (July
i. fniv iiiiiiutrs Miilk to tho nun' iitu for
Hie I'ciiirui Uinuii 'h'udi. ho liamway
cnr wauled. Apply to
K. S. 0UN1IA,
143 tf Union Suloou. ,
;-''S&'iu..a. i, i. ,1
- -- " -
Com r of Hotel
til a grcnt sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department.
etc.. etc.. e:c-
I UIUIJ WIUIJ UlUl
LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS
Will be closed mil at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
.---T-' III T.T
Saturday, February 28, 1889,
f. A. Cwm"i!,i- cii!er: . . Iiick, hi. g.
II. F. Ileli ur i. . . .(icorjc If. rn. i;.
K. (J. S Iiii i, ii .'Atetnooil, cm.
E.V.. '.ihe Uil.y ,U, oil. g.
Ko. t luinniiiL Itace,
I uisu-1 00.
?i mile dash
.1. A. U'lmmin'- cii'n:
II. V. Ilebbanl
K. U. Milc
I itt, 1). HI.
. . . Harty, b. g.
hoo Fly, b. g.
No. 3 liunniUL.' Knee, y mile dash
J. A. Cummin outer. .. Ivory, w. in.
11. . ililes. Nick. b. .'
tS?' ltico-i c.nimoijco a' U n'cl, rk.
ftSf" ieii'Tal admi -ii n .".Oe.
Tuiohn Driving: Club.
i ;o Ti'.
MM Opi House !
Saturday Kvening-, F(il). 2.'J,
Miss Graw Porter
Sifjnor linrico Campobello
Under iii'.n'ig ol omiiieni citizens
of I - unit it-, i tul l.y
The Itoyal iltiwuiiitit Bund
L'ndir lh Dlr ction ol
Itar.i! Jarti- !J. tSrt'Ci'i'.
Me. .J. IV. "S,'uri.(Uv.
mill Mr. S.'elU Olleil.
. . . ""l I llts.
(lie i la.
Saturday Evening Feb, 23rd,
B. Mh in.d !,.! i-uli-f i i -'!'. '! iitiiit'
Ci'Mji'ln.ljr tHM Hi in-Ill li.l).
It H d o
Signor Campobello mil Miss Porter
.v uin.iwK anil vnrieiJ iMos-'iiiiimn.
. C'tiui'iUN 'fiiiunvr.
;ii'. 'cIU Ollert,
3Ir. Theodore. Kf lunlill.
IMtEUCI? of ,VI)3IIHHS!
. . ..... ....l t)J
lialooiiy 7. els
Gallery CO els
fr- Tlcl.'d oillcn nt J. K. Uiown ifc
L'o.'i-i Mi-oij uisnct. na-st
TFYOU WANlT A SERVANT,
i. udveitUu in the Daily IIullktik.
& Fort Streets.
Immense bargains are offerer! in
M1 (",1:::;;,,;,,,, Wliitn Uprssbs
II JIAIU UIUIJUUU, OJUUU UUUU, UUU JJUUUUIU) UlUI
75 and 'ClT&Gi-AJS
VK AHE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Mil filliais, Prints, Plaii & Fancy Satnes. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Purniture Prints,
Tlie very latest shades and fctyles. Come and examine our impor
SSmiir Dress Ms, Cmi Auras, Lace Bitii, &c.
Ouv Ifew Stock of Silk G imp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelvets, Pearl Buttons,
llibhouK, X'lumcM, U?iiH, XQtt., JElc.,
Is the fiiic-t ever seen in this city. IJeforo lmyiiiK ehewheic look at our
new assortment of
Ladses Boots, Shoes &, Slippers, Hosiery
And a CO.Ml'J.ETE STOCK of UNDEKWEAK, latest style
and elegant in design. In our i;ents dciiartnient
we oiler the latest in
Custom-made Clothing1, lor Men, Youths & Children,
Ci.ivaty, Neckties", CiilTs fc Collar.s and Gents Kurnituro of every
deseiijition. Wo call paiticul.ir attention to our
enormoui stock of the latest styles in
and a new assort
Felt Hats, Trunks,
I3eJI UVloplione, SO
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE OH HAHD AND FOR SALE,
.... A . .
1? U I, L .A. S O Ii rJ? IMC e rr T
OK . . .
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and ftflonongahela,
lu Hulk or Case;
&40OrJB?0!-L and IT IS EX WHISKY
lu tilass and Stone Jars;
!? JEL ENOH BRANDIES!
Very Fine and Veiy Cheap (Jualtities, us are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Black), alto, STONE JUOS;
O L. 33 rJT O TMf G- I 1ST !
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EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
lu Hulk and Case;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
g5ish &Je & Porter, German Beer, etc
In 1'ints and (limits;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
lu I'ints and (limits.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES !
ZInfandeli Rlataga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Sec, &.
03- All of which will bo sold AT LOWEST RATES by
170 If MANAGEK,
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&c OO. Fort Street.
Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
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