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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST Its, 1887.
BY AUTHORITY. I hereby request that all persons having claims anaiiiist Hi Majesty and the Royal Honse LoUl will please forward them as soon aw jossi hl to the office of Hit M ijesty'ft Chamberlain, at lolani 1'ala.e. CI RTIS P. IAl'KEA, II. M 's Chamberlain. lolani l'.ilafe, Au'u.it 1, Js87. Tt'.lauU c:lntiiiiTl!tiiiH Oflice. lty Command of His Majesty the King, 1 here hy K'ive notice that Ik. in and altar thia date no debta on account of His Majesty and the Royal Household will he recognized unless authorized in writing hy the Chamberlain. CCRTIS P. IAT'KEA, II. M. s Chamberlain, lol.uii Palace, August 1, 1887. 7GOaugU I'OKT OF HONOLULU, II. 1. AltJtlVAhV Monday, August 13. II It M S Wild Swan, Halifax, 42 days from Co quiluiio iirit lk Velocity, from Hongkong Am bktne Planter. Periiiuan, 1J days from Ban Ti atici.tcn Si'hr i.eahi, fron Hanalei, Kauti Schr Luka, from Puna S hr Canute, from Hawaii lir Waiehu, from Waialua Schr Josejihi ne, from Kwa Schr Waioli, from Kuau DKlMliri KIX MONLAI, August IS. Stmr Likelike, Iavies. for Maui and Hawaii, at 4 p in Stmr Waialeale, f'haney, for Hanalei and Klla nea at 5 p ni Stuir Lehua, Clarke, for Kaiuiakakal, Lanai and way ports Stmr J A Cummiua, Xeilson, for 'Waiiuanalo, OhIiu Stmr Kilauea Hon, Cameron, for Hamakua, Hawaii, at 6 p in Stmr C It Bishop, Chancy, for Nawiliwili, Kauai Htiur 'Waimaualo, Underwood, for Waianae, Oahu Stmr Ewa, for Ewa SchrCaterina for Hanalei Schr Haleakala, for Pepeekeo, Hawaii vewei j.eHviusr To-ilny. Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai mea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at S p m Stmr WO Hall, Bates, for Maui and Hawaii at 10 a m Stmr Iwalani, W-ir, for Hamakua, Huwaii, via Lahaina, at 4 p in Haw schr Canute, Zigler, for Eureka, Cal Schr Moi Wahiue, for t-amakua Schr Rainbow, lor Koolau Schr MUle Morris, for Koolau Schr Hob Roy, for Koolau, Oahu Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau Schr Mary, for Kauai YfHMel in Port li4iiii For '!; ii ports. Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Henderson, from Val paraiso IIHS Adams, Louis Keuipff, from Acapulco, via Uilo. Hawaii U B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic toria. B C Am bktne S N Castle, It Y Hubbard, from San Francisco Haw bk Lilian, J B Holland, from Hongkong Am tern W S Bowne, Wu I31uh.m, from Eure ka, Cal brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong UB M 8 Wild Swan, Jno H Halifax, from S America Am bktne Planter, W R Perritnan, from San Francisco essci!) i;xH'i'tel rroin t-oroifc ii iris. Haw schr General S-'egel, Sanders, from French Frieate Shoals, due Nov JO-ifc) Am bark St Lucia, sailed from New York March 2C, due September 5-30 Ger bk Peter (ioddefroy, , sailed from Licrpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-23. Brit oaik Birmah, from Glasgow, due October 15-Ul Am bktne Ferris S Thompson, C Potter, from Sn Francisco, due at Kahului July 16-31 Am hktne S O Wilder, H A Paul, from San Francisco, due July 21M1 CSS Vandalia (flagship, from Chile French frigate Liucrex, from Chile French frigate Florie, from Chile Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June 2Sd, due Nov 1-25 Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July 12-31 I' S S Juniata, from China, due July 8-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America Ambrgtne Consuelo, E B Cousins, from Port Townsend, due Aug 15-31 Am bark Sonoma, T II Griffiths, from Port Townsend, W T, due Aug -0-31 Haw schr Waimalu, Browuell, from Lalson Island, c'ue Auij 12--U Haw S 8 Australia, 11 C Houdlette, from Sau Fiaucisco, due August 2:1 Nor bk Professor Johnson, due at Hilo, Ha waii, August la-20 Brit bk Mi n, from Liverpool, due 1 ecember 1 10 Am bk Sarah S Ridgway, from Newcastle, NSW, due August 10-25 Am bgtne John D Spreckels, C S F'riis, from San Francisco, due Aumist 20-31 Am bk C'eylou, K Calhoun, from San Francis co, via Port Townsend. due August 15-25 Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town send, due August 15 31 Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from Port Townsend, due August 15 :11 Am bktne Ella, K C Bust, from San Francisco, due August 20-31 Am bk Caiharien, G A Pi i kins, from San Fran cisco, due August "5-31 Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from Kanniug's Island, due September 1-20 Supposed to be lost. IMSSKXOEKS. A R III V A LH. From Sau August 15th Francisco, per barkeutna Planter. Mr Smith and Walter Le imiu. llfcrARIV'K KS. For Maai and Hawaii, tier steamer Likelike, August 15th--Bev Herbert U Gowen.Rev Fathers Oliver Xav'-T, Gulstien and lionaventura, Brothers Bertram. Albert, Francis, Asenius, Ig naciu. Joseph and Thomas, Mrs M Rose, Miss Katie K Rose, Mis S A Oilman, N C Willfoug, W J Wright, W Purdy.C Coville, 11 Morrison, A M sprout), E Ljcau, M l,o. lissou, G p Wilder and about To deck passengers. !S1ZII'1'I.J AO I KS. The brlgantine Johu l. Spreckels, Captain C. S. Fiiis. had not arrived at Sau Francisco August M. She was then 22 days out. The American schooners Anna and Rosario arrived at Sau Francisco July 3otb, 24 and 29 days out respectively. H. B. M. S. Conquest receives about 'J5 tons coal to-day. The tern W. S. Bowne will leave for San Fran cisco with a full cargo of sugar within ten day, yihe steamer Iwalani sails at 4 o'clock this afternoon for Hamakua, Hawaii, via Lahaina. The harkentine S. N. Castle has been moved io the Pacific Mail Company's wharf to take in ! ;. nanas. The Ilawaiiau bark Lady Lampsou, Capti iu Ilarstou, arrived at Sin Francisco August 1st from Honolulu. Tne schooner Waiehu brought 160 ha.s sugar from Waialua, Oahu, August 15th. The harkentine S.N. Castle will sail to-morrow for San Francisco with 15,800 bags sugar and rice. 500 bunches bananas and 200 bariels molasses. The tern W s. Bowne has been moved to the Klnait wharf to receive sugar. The clipper American harkentine Planter, Captain W. R. Peirimau, was anchored iu the stream August 15th, 13 days from San Francisco, with a full cargo of ge tieral merchandise. Sailed from Sau Francisco August 2d at - p. ni. Was becalmed the first day, aud was iu eight of land till p. m. Experienced light winds and pleas ant weather the entire passage. Arrived off Oahu August lfth at 2 r. m. Actul time, 15 days The Planter brings 1,200 tons cargo, and i. consigned to Messrs. H. IUckfeld & Co, The American hark Caiharien was 3 i days out from Honolulu August 3d. The harkentine John Smith sailed from Astoria for San t'ieyo July 2'Jth. The barkentiues O. C. Perkins and Discovery arrived at San Francisco from the Sound July With. The steamer Mikahala leaves this afternoon for Kauai and Niihau. The steamer W. G. Hall sails at 10 o'clock this morning for Maul and Hawaii. H. B. M.S. Wild Swan, Captain John S. Hali fax, arrived August 15th, about 42 days from Co quimho. South America. The schooner Leahi brought 1,040 bags paddy from Hanalei, Kaui, August 15th. The schooner Luka brought 35 cords ohia firewood from Puna, Hawaii, August 15th. The ychooner Canute brought 'J bags sugar from Hawaii August 15th, which were trans ferred to the tern Vf. S. Bowne. The bark Lilian sails to-morrow for Samoa. The Hawaiian fcchooner Canute, Ciptain L. Zigler, sails to-day for Humboldt li:ty, t ;tli fornia. The Bteamship Alameda arrived at Sydney, froiu Honolulu, via Auckland, July 2'Jlh. The American hark Sarar.ac, Captain 1. li. Shaw, arrived at Sau Jrrauciaco July -'.'ih, ."1 days from Honolulu. The schooner Mille Morris brought :HJ( bag rice from Koolau, Oahu, August 1 1th. The schooner Sarah and Eliza brought 500 tags rice from Koolau, Oahu, August 14t!i. The steamer Janifs Makee brought 7t"i has; sugar, l,rs8( bags paddy and Go tons machinery from Kapaa, Kauai. The steamer Kinau ts on the Marine Railway. The steamer James Makee transferred fiO tons mill machinery to the steamer Lehua August loth, which the latter vessel took for Lahaina. The British iron bark Velocity was anchored off port hvt evening, with geueral cargo and several steerage Chinese passengers from Hong kong. The Velocity will be docked this morning. ECLIPSE 5? SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. M. A. Goualves & Co., Grey Block, Hotel street, will open with an entirely new stock September 1st. Bargains can now be obtained at the Popular Millinery House during the ab sence of the proprietor, Mr. N. S. Sachs. Huts, trimmed and untrimined, at half price, at Sachs' store, in order to make room for the new stock. The most wonderful values in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading Millinery Houe. During my absence the entire stock will be offered at reduced prices in order to make room for the new stock. N. 8. Sachs. Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fish el's lead ing Millinery House. CHU ON & CO., Importers autl I'Pler In aud Japanese CJooils, 42 Street. CtilueHe Nhiibiiu Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched Silk and tJrass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk und Crape Shawls and Scarfs. A great variety of Japanese and Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac quered Wares. Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with tier claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as Scarf Pins. Earrings, Bracelets, Neck laces, etc. An assortment of Chinese and Japan ese nick-nacks and curiosities too num erous to specify. Chinese Matting a specialty. Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bark ''Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs and Settees. A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and Bamboo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our g-x)ds. 70S feb2 Aeclilent to lie v. r. fljowell Smitli. Last Saturday morning the Rev. Hr. Lowell Smith was unharnessing bis horse in the yard of the family residence, Nuuanu Valley, when a Portuguese came along and asked Ir. Smith for some medicine. In some way or an other the Portuguese frightened the animal, which was not quite clear of the shaft of the carriage, and it knocked the doctor down on to his back, one of. the shafts breaking at the time. Thy? Portuguese when he saw what trouble he bad caused ran away, despite the appeal of the doctor for help. About fifteen minutes afterwards a native passed by and the doctor was able to call him and ask his assistance. The native lifted the venerable doctor on to the veranda, and an express passing at the time it was hailed. Dr. Smith was placed in it and at once driven to Dr.: Tucker's residence. Later on be was removed to Mr. B. F. Dillingham's resi dence, and there attended by Drs. Tucker and Martin. The left arm wae much swollen, and the doctors think that one of the socket bones is broken. Mr. A. L. Smith, son of the venerable doctor, was down the country at the time, but hastened home on hearing of I the accident. We are glad to say that at j latest accounts last evening Dr. Smith was in very good spirits and resting easily. It will be some time before he will be able to use the injured arm. The "Honolulu Alinanuc and lirectory" j for 1SS7 i.- now on sale at J. II. Soper's I and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at j This olVice. Price. .rt ocnts. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The schooner V.vh arrived at Furrka July -."Jth. Mr. Justice Preston will pre-ide at cham bers this week. The 11. M. S. S. Alameda arrived at Syd ney July 2th. It took the bark Saranac thirty-one days to reach San Francisco. For late San Francisco papers Mr. A. M. Hewett has our thanks. The harkentine Planter brought four days' later news yesterday. Mrs. Maria Beckley Kistler died on Sun day, and was buried yesterday. The harkentine S. N Castle sails for San Francisco to-morrow morning. John Taylor, the late Mormon President, was buried at Salt Lake City July 2Jth. An important notice to members of the Third Ward lleform Club appears it. an other column. Hanlan, the oarsman, will pas through here on the next mail steamer en route to the Colonies. Captain W. II. Perriman of- the harken tine Planter has our thanks for late San Francisco papers. Slight shocks of earthquake were felt at Nashville, Tenn., Fvanville. Ind.. and St. Lon.s, August lt. The Pev. Herbert H. Coweu left for Maui yesterday for a well-earned vacation of about tliree weeks. 2,The Hawaiian Band gave a concert at Emma Square last evening, which was fairly well attended. Brother Bertram, Principal of St. Louis College, with several other brothers, left yesterday for Maui by die steamer Like like. The case against Mr. F. II. Hayselden was concluded yesterday. After argu ments by counsel His Honor reserved his decision until Thursday. . Mr. J. II. Soper. newsdealer and sta tioner, has the thanks of the ADVERTISER for a full tile of late San Francisco papers received by the Planter. Mr. F. L. Clarke read a paper on the re cent Bavispe earthquake in the Mexican State of Sonoma, at a meeting of the Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, August 1st. Charles II. Peed, one of the lawyers who defended Guiteau, attempted suicide in New York July 30th by jumping into the North River from the ferry boat. He was rescued. The great German traveler, C. Eugene Wolf, F. R. G. S. at Berlin, and ancient member of the Congo expedition, will probably arrive here on the Australia August 23d. There are two very finely executed oil paintings representing Autumn and Win ter in Mr. A. M. Hewett's store window. They are the work of Miss J. Lishman, and do her much credit. Next Thursdav evening a special meet ing of Oahu Cricket Club will be held at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7 :30 o'clock, when all persons interested in cricket and ath letic sports are invited to be present. Mr. Walter Leman, a well known Cali fornia actor, and Mr. Smith, a tourist, were passengers from San Francisco by the barkentine Planter yesterday. The latter gentleman will pay a visit to the Vol cano. The tea steamer Glenshiel arrived at New York July 30th. winning the 20.000 miles race in which she was pitted against the Monmouthshire. She left Yokohama June 4th and tied up at her dock at 11 a. m. The Monmouthshire was expected a day or so later. This evening at 7 o'clock Messrs. E. P. Adams Sl Co. will continue the sale at the store, Pico Block, Nuuanu street, by order of Mr. (ioo Kim. There is some very fine goods to be sold, and it will well repay ladies to attend this sale. Special accom modation will be provided for them. Yesterday wns the anniversary of the birth of the Emperor of China, and was celebrated by a large number of Chinese residents. A reception was held at the Club House, followed hy an elegant lunch. The Royal Hawaiian Band was in attend ance. All the Consular flags were Hying in honor ot the event. Catholicism in Uaivall. The San Francisco "Examiner" Of August 1M contains the following: Kight Uev. D. Hermann Koeckmann, Vicar Apostolic of the Sandwich Islands, whose consecration to the episcopacy took place at St. Mary's Cathedral, in this city, on August 21, 1SS1, has sent to a friend of his, residing here, the follow ing statistics showing the spread of Catholicism in the kingdom of Kalakaua, where he has since labored : Hawaiian Catholic population, 20,400; 1 cathedral at Honolulu; 80 churches and chapels on different islands ; male hoarding and day school ; St. Louis' College, conducted by Brothers of Mary from Dayton, Ohio, with over 400 pupils; young ladies' boarding and day school at Honolulu, presided over by Sisters of the Sacred Heart; number of pupils, 425. Besides these schools, conducted bv the Brothers and Sisters, there arc four- i teen other day sjhools in charge of the j reverend fathers, assisted by lay teach- j ers. These institutions are attended by j about 2,000 children. Besides the I churches and chapels the Fathers of the mission have to attend in the Island of Oahu, one leper ' settlement, conducted by Franciscan ; Sisters from Syracuse, N. Y. ; one hos- j pital called the Queen's Hospital; the j Government prison ; the Home for Old j People, called Lunalilo Home; the In- j sane Asylum ; at Kalawao, Island of ! Molokai, the large leper settlement ; at Wailuku, Island of Maui, the hospital in j charge of Franciscan Sisters. Malls That Were I.efl. The S. F. "Examiner" of July 30th has the following: "The steamer Mari posa, for Australia via the Hawaiian Inlands, sailed yesterday on time. Had she waited just an hour later she would have been enabled to carry the Eastern mails for Hawaii, which, on account of delays on the Central Pacific, failed to arrive in time to be taken abroad. It is explained by the Spreckels, the agents of the steamship company, that as their contract is with the Colonial Govern ments, and as all the English mails were in the city yesterday morning, there was no reason for their delaying the hour tor her sailing." Meeting IIiIh liny. First Ward Reform Club, at the schoolroom of St. Albans' College, 7 :30 o'clock p. m. Third Ward Reform Club, at the Re formatory School, at 7 p. m. Sixth Ward Reform Club, at the Hono lulu Rifles Armory, at 7:30 p. m. Eighth Ward Reform Club, in the Government Nursery Hall, at 7:30 p. m. . m Tlie Xck Constitution. The 1'. C. Advektiskii otlice has printed the new Constitution in pam phlet form. It is inserted in the "Hono lulu Almanac :i.nd Directory," which also contains the old Constitution, and will be sold at the old price fifty cents a cop-. . This powder never varies. A marvel of purity. Btrenffth ond vholcsoiue-res?. More economical than thoordinary kind-, un-Uannot be sold in eora petitioi v-ith the multitude et low test, short Woitrht, alum or pha-pl: a to ixjw h-rs. Sold osly 15 cash. Ooxau IAiiiu rowiin Co.. luO aU-e v v WM. T. COLEMAXJ A? CO., Agents, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. H wtt fARDEES i i it PEMEDV aim za-Kt I DR. PARDEE'S (The Only Reliable Blood rurlfter.) A SPECIFIC FOR Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Neuralgia, Ring Worn And all other Skin and Blood Diseases, IT REQTTLATEB THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. f vire Iadgeatlon and alt dlseacea arlalng ftroa an enfeebled condition of the y tem. Dk. Maktine, of London, the cek 'rated socialist, savs of PARDEE'; iEMEDY : I have used it for twenty .ears for Blood Diseases, such a" H-rofula, Salt Kheuni, Teter and Cancer .ind I cannot recommend it too highlv.' The Hkv. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Koiii' hina, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY a wonderful medicine for the Blood 1 have prescribed it hundreds of time : r Leprosy, and when given in tinn :t always cured the patient. I cai -iO'ely say that Leprosy will never break ut on persons "who tako Pakdki:'; :;fmi:dy regularly, and I advise all pei on ii.ing in countries where Lepros;, a prevalent to tako Pardee's Klmkiy is a preventive." TOR SALE Br ALL DRUPHSTS IN HONOLULU. 681decldw isroTicic. LAWN TKXNIS SETS. COMPLETE CRICKET SETS. For Men and Children. Fire Arms ami Ammunition Of all kinds. And complete stock of SPOUTING MATEH IAL At I'.ed lEiKk Iri-M, AT MKS. TIIOS. LACK'S. 81 I OUT STKKET. Co-PartiKTslii) Notice. niHlS IS TO ("MOT FY THAT TIIF. UND Kit- ! carryinif i J. signed are oo-partr ers in trade. on business on tue lwiaua ot Uatn, and that tbe ptirtcers are YEE CHIN AND SHEAR LAM, j The former reskli nc at Honolulu, the latter in j San Francisco, California: that the nature of the bu.iness earned on is that of General Retail : Dry Goods Merchants, sua the firm nanie, WO SING A CO., aU'l the place of business on the corner of Hotel anil Nuu.iiiu (itrettn, in the city of Honolulu Dated Honolulu, August 8, 17. Tlaulfi WaikikiBath House! K. W. CROOKS HAVIVG TAKEN CHARGE the public that lie-will run the place s a nrst class bathiiit r'.ort. MRS. CROOKS will attend to the lady patrons of the place, and eveiv rrlort will he made to make It attractive. TlC JjH 'ROYAL KP.'3J A 3 Absolutely Pure. 2Vtortisriiirnts IvlKIXii MY ABSENCE FP.OM THE KINO- U dom Mrs. Melhswill have full charge of my business, and hrr receipt ill be sumcieiit. 7CT augdtf N.S.SACHS. BOATS FOR SALE! Three Whale boats. One Jei'ke 1 Whale Itoat L'-O feet to UK, J feet ileep, 8 feet wiJe. Two 'JJ-feet Surf Boats. One lS-f-fct Surf lioat. One decked Plunder, 16 feet Ion-;, 0 feet C inches wide, - feet J inches deep., witu mist and sails. One 2--feet Sailing Scow, decked, with uiat and saiU. One 12-tc u Lighter, dec ked. i K. K. II V A.N, j "lOjelCtf Koat Builder and Oeiierai Jobber j T. t. BASS s. H. BROWN T. J. BASS & CO. Importers of and oeulers iu Artists' - .Materials, Paints, Oils, Cilas, Varnishes, Turjentinfc. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture F rames, etc., etc , etc. 14 hikI 16 KIliM street neur Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. tiyimavHtf CAKOLAN & CO. IMPORTERS OF j II A R D W A R E , ! Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill ai.d Mining Supplies, j 111 to 115 OUIIorninSt.. Shii FraneiCQ. 544 aiibtlO J Australian 31 ail Service. -t . . FOR SAN FKANCISUO. The, uew and fine Al steel Ktcamsbip ALAMEDA. 35 Of tb Ot'Paiik- st-aiusli! 'onipHii y, u 111 be duf Rt HgiiIu1ii from Sydiu-y ttml Ainrklann on or Hhoin AUGUST 20, 1887, V.ud will U-avo for tli ;ibcv- jmrt with mails and pasHPUgtTH on or about that datf. For freight or passage, having .SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. airIy to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AOENTS. For Sydney and Auckland. mJLmuoaimmBiiJk 't he yew and fine A 1 steel steamship "ZEALANDIA" Ol the Oceanic Steamship Companv .will bo due at Honolulu from Hail Francisco oi or about September 2, 1887. And will have prompt di3patcu with malls and paR3enera for the above ports. For fiei?ht or passage, having- .-St'PKRIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. (t. Irwin & Co., ' A O ENT8 h. G. Irwin & Co OFFER FOR "SALE : stjga.es DRY GRANULATE!) In Barrels, Half Barrt-lt, And :)-pouud Boxes. In Half HarrtMn crBi- And J.r pound Boxes POWDKRKD fu :iO-ptuiijl Boies. OOLl.KJi C. COFKF.E in Half Barrels Dine Mottled Soap Cases Corned Ueef. FLOUR Cs Medium Bread. O IL Ft 'EL and LUBR1CATIXO. j j K 5 C EiMEIN'T ' j i Galvanized Iron IJoofing, RIDGING SCIIEWS and WASHERS. Siiirar Bairs 22 x 80. COEDAGE. Manila and Sisal, Tuiiana Twine, Whale IJne Heed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering:. HRASS SEEDS, MILL T13USEKS. "A" TKNTS, fsu!tah!e fir intr tiii't KUrveyin? parties 22 tX NEW OiOODS! NEW GOODS! B. P. EHLEES & CO. 5)9 Iorl Street, Have just opened a new consignment of ISTKAr and ST A SO Is ABLK GOODS. SSInsiHH'tion Invited. OIG - If you vut a tine CIGAK, try some arrived at HOLLISTEfi & C0.S, 109 Fort 73 H. E. Mclntyre cfe Bro., IMrOKTKUS AND DKAl.KKS IN G-roceriesi Provisions and Feed EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Uoods received by every packet from the E .stern states aud Europe. ?reh California Proiut e by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Uoods delivered tany part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. I'onu.ttice Ben No U Telephone No. 2 1S76. GEO. W. LINCOLN. 1 886. 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