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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 2, 1687.
AUTIIOJMTY. CHIT OX & CO. MASS MEETING. SMUGGLING. Sdrmisrarnis. Sotirf i3 LTby yiven tl.at application f- r -try r.'rtion of tfce new loan, up to -;:2C0h;0, v.iil l. received at tbe Hawaiian Trta.-siry. TLe boDda 10 be it-eued under tbe authority .of ti f Acts aM roved on the let of Sej-tember, 1 and X jib of October, 186, and bear interest at 0 prr cent Ifer annum, payable s-tmi-aunu illy, and are exempt from all Government taxes wLat.-o- ver' W L. GREEN, Minister of r 'in.&nc. Honolulu, August V,, 1687. 7'.'2.-u','1 7if TOUT OF JiONOIiUiiU, II. 1 A It It I VAL. TiiritsDAV, September 1. Stmr J A Cummins, Xeilson. from Koolau, Scbr rialeakala. from Pcpeekeo Scbr Mille Morrla, from KooLui in;iAiM''iti:s. 'lui'KSDAV, Hepdeiaber 1. Strar W'aimanr.lo, Underwood, for Waianae, (jalm , ,. tmr F.wa, for Lwa Am bktue Planter, W K Perriman, for San rranci?co at 3 p m Sfbr Mary, for Kauai Sehr Kaiubow, for Koolau. Oahii Am bk S S Ridgway, Townseud, for Tuget Sound Scbr Heeia, for Koolau Vessels 111 Port rrum Foreign ports. USS Adams, Louis Kempff, from Acapulco, ria Hilo, Hawaii II KM S Conquest, Clias L Oxley, from Vic toria. Ii C Urit bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong Am Iktne Mary Vuukeimau, Iilake, irom Port Tov. nsend, W T Am bark St Lucie, J T Erskine, from New York U S Vandalia, Rear Admiral Lewis A Kiinberly, from Callao, S. A. Am bgtne Cousuelo, E B Cousins, from San Francisco. Am bktne Discovery, Jno Lee, from San Frau-cis-co t?H!Hi Kxi'li rrom Foreign lrs Ger bk Peter Goddefroy, sailed from Liverpoo.' May 3rd, due Sept 1-25. Brit oavk Uirmah, from Glasgow, due October 15-31 Am bktne S G Wilder, U A Paul, from San Francisco, due July 20- U Trench frigate Ducrex, from Chile Trench frigate Florie, from Cbik Am uk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston Jnne '23d, due Nov l-'25 Am ship Matilda, Meriinian, from Hongkong, due July 12-31 U SS Juniata, from China, due July 8-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America II 11 M S Kaimiloa, Geo E G Jackson, from Sa inoa, due Aug 25-31 Am bark Sonoma, T II Griffiths, fioiu Port Townseud, VV T, due Aug 20-31 Haw schr Waimalu, Brownell, from Laison Island, Jue Aug 12-20 Brit bk Min, from Liverpool, due recember 1-10 Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Francis co, Port Townsend, due August 15-23 Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town send, due August 15-31 Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thomnson, from Port Townseud, due August 15-31 Am bktne Ella, E C Rust, from San Francisco, due August 20-31 Am hk Caibarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran cisco, due August 25-31 Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Andersou, from Tanning's Island, due September 1-20 Haw s S Zealandia, K van Oterendorp, from San Francisco, en route to the Colonies, due Sep tember 2 P M S S City of New Yoi k, from Sn Francisco, en route to Yokohama and Hongkong, due Sept 7-8 Am brig Lurline, Win .Matson, from San Fran cisco, due at Hiio, Hawaii, Sept 5-20 Am leru Eva, J O Wikmau, from Eureka, Cal, due Sept 1-10 Haw bk Lady Lampoon, C F Marston, from San Francisco, due Aug 3o Haw brig Hazara, Goodman, due at Hilo, Ha waii, from San Francisco Sept 1 10 Nor bk Vikir, from Bremen, due October 10 0 Brit hk Margaret Heald, Morton, from Liver pool, due October 120 Am bktne August Burcbard,' from Newcastle, NS W, due Oct 120 Am bktne Mazailan from Mewcastle, N S W, due at Kabului, Maui, Oct 1020 ia.sni;m;e-ks. Itl'AJtTCHF.H. For San Francisco, per liktue Planter. Septem ber 1- Col Sam Norri., Mr Smith and Mrs J C Morryfield. For Waialua, per schr W"stieLu, September 1--S X Emerson ani wife. i:xvinrs. For San Francirao, per Am bktne Planter, Sr tember 1H Hackfeii Co, 5,47 b-' a-igir , 225 ba'i lice; TLe U Davies Is. Co. 07j bag aig'.r; C Bolt-?, l,r,KZ do; 31 S Griitbvjm k. Co, ba-a nugar and 4,u bags rice. DouaeiUc valuft, v;,- J 10"). j iLe .vcerican barcatirie PlAr.tr, Cptin 1 rernu.ac, sailed September 1st at 'i.iZ p. m. f r San Fr in: iso with tbre pa3ijgrr3, 3, i;7 b i &Snt asil bags rice. Thi cargo ,-, L 1 ' about M tons, valued at : 'II. cargo by the biratfr. I;;:oto7 vn, naloi-irj by J. fiiiOisor.'s steim-sco"- in j ,t twodav. Tb S. S. F.iiMTiy J felf Ct 1 to !r.vt'lTi,, bklU.t for the Sonn.-i. Brewer s wliarf. TLere wa.s r.avy ;-i;':.-rly o 1 1 s ; y-a- ' trdiy. TLe :booner Ha'-eaTc' pv & 1 f r 1 i r: .rig i lvicu lruber oS S; t:.-.;,r it, beidinc fcr tbe s--.t-i Ss. Tie sio-fr Mary terc,:.r l.t f'-r Jviii. u&.2r c-':i::i:. of CpAa J. f. : Vfi TTj U Tt'.' c,;t pii r.t. Tbe v M At V'jr'z r.'.r cff JiUriy. I ri.i.-.. , :i r. - rr. ; r. r. vs r.A .-. t . Tr. .;. a. c. V . . Importer and Denier in lilii. uI Japanese ;oIv 32 huh 11 11 Mreel. Have constantly on hand .Silk, Satin, Cra;!, Crass Cloth, Fmbroidered ufJ,J mistitehed .Ik and Cra-e oth Hand - 1 , - e , "i.uj kerchiefs, Silk and Crape. ShuwN and ,. "n 1 cart- A great variety of Japunes. ...... ill'. I. Jit- ne.-e Tea , a--e-. Lronze and Lac- 4'ijTel Ware:- Ivorv, sandalwood and Toito:o-hel! 1 Card ( a-e, Paper Cutters, J-ui and , , f, ' Jewelrv Cases. Gold and Silver JcwiAry, setting with tuer claws, cat-eyes a:d anther, such as j Chinese -Matting a sje-ialty. Also, just receivofl, ex Hawaiiati Inttk "Lilian," a lar-e invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chair and Settees. A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Laskets, Lacquered and liamboo Goods, etc. The public is Respectfully invited to inspect our oods. 7(J8 feb2 SPECIAL BUSINESS NOILS. Pargams can now be obtained at the Popular Millinery House during the ab sence of the proprietor, Mr. X. S. Sachs. Hats, trimmed and untrimined, at half- I price, at Sach-s' store, in order to make room for the new stock. The most wonderful valuers in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmcd hats ever o tie red in Honolulu are at Fbhels leading Millinery House. During my absence the entire stock will be offered at reduced prices in order to make room for the new .stock. N. S. Sachs. Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead ing Millinery House. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Full moon to-night. book out for Ned Hanlan. The "Friend" for September is out. Pand concert at Thomas' Square to-to-night. The steamer W. C Hall is due- to-day from windward. Lots of good things by the Zealandia. Interview the grocers. Letter writers to the Colonies should have their mail ready early. Work on Messrs. Mclnerny it Foster's new buildings m progressing rapidly. No one can vote for Nobles who does not register previous to 1 o'clock this after noon. Py the ZeaJandia to-day fredi fi-h on ice will arrive in plentiful supply at the. Cali fornia Market, King street. ;-car; i':ns, l.arMii 's, j;raceet- ,e !-- -111,- : -11 - l,lt: ianirv. n j straw xiats, a , , ' .. 1 oeen said that tne Iteiorm partv was not ; , ,r , . , : ' . . ' lacs, etc. 1 4l . 4l . r, .: TT j.ciock and 4 hairs 01 ci-rars were found. , ... the party ol the native flawanans. lie ! r , , , . . - . ,. . An assortment 01 Chinese and Japan- ,r.H,hlitic;llIv deniedit. It was an in-ult tU f Wt,WCen, the cf,n an' esc nick-nacks and curiosities too nun, Vj ilu,vanari3 lo ,av that Uie ce oi Z? V , erous to sn.-citv. , ..." . . 14 botties ol -m were found, and 120 California produce will be revived by ! sented in the new Constitution, the Zealandia by H. Ih Mclntyrc iY Pros., j Mr. I). L. Naone then spoke in Hawai- corner of King and Fort .street-'. j hin. There will be the usual service at St. ! Mr. W. O. Smith -poke in Fnglish, Andrew's .Cathedral this evening at 7 ! arnl referred to t he nat ional mot to : "The j 'clock, conduct. 1 by the Phhop of Jlono-j life of the nation is established in right lulu, j eou.-JieHs." The one great, object, of the The Royal Mai! steamer Zeab.mha is due j lM'm party was to make that motto to-day from San Fran' bo with eight i "i(un Fran- thing vvhi h it bad not meant days later news and ten day s jnaiJ for the ,' Him laf.t few years. They would mii' h Po-t Othce. have preferred to obtain the new Pv th-Ze xb.ndia. Lewi-A: Co. will te, eive ' Constitution in the regular way, but this their u-U'il on -i 'n.'e-'i? of fro h "aiifornia ! , . , , , . , i L - int - i. h-.h 'm l v g-t ui.'e on r o. L'-ave ; 'our oro'T- -a.ri v f ff.,tt j) ,vh (Y Wilder' 4 " r I : ro v i -it rJu-r the arrival Do r i i -tore j-: of th Z".bo'eh,t -;i?-; an-d vei V O : i o- h f r h a so: :i'-r or th'; H i -1 -h ! Trfor- in ar. r '- i '.o.odjrion in-rd?- .veral p o-'re!a.ii-i. --tref abo-if Jive o' loek ir.tox:ea hj on I last eve: Hh far f fang-; i:f" wa-i tilth v. ; n We.'ir.f--. i j v L--,.i- .'. C v y '-: th-; ho i y r j u. H ,.. - . V i t '., ir-v i ; , art ; r.'-zf, .-;.' n, rr 7th . Mr. ii': ;U';Tion of Mr. i. bidi ;r- it. a li.C r-.-;.:;on j ff.-;f- 1 A r. 4 I t I f Fli'i-" i r t s k if. ' t t i.r, h ' r.'.'I-'ir..'" A h Af f i'lciil. i v-O O , r-. a; i i ri d or a o; ; ,r h I r Carri hi. if. O. j-'- o.'.g . . - . ' . nv Mr. H-': ,rr r d . r . f. , 7 1 t f i - i A.I l.f fc r i:a,i..rj.... ,.f ir. Tbs- Kaurnakaplli Church was well ; tilk-d last evening. 1 waiian-, to hear th chief! v 11 iul II k iah r.orn- j mated at the recent convent!' OI t.UC ; . , , . . Kelorm party expound their nrm- f , . ' . 1 1 for the t,ei,eut of native voter.-. The chair Was frf-i-miied bv I lr Tneker. , tt.lTf. th)t t?,f ,rw.itOw !,,? 1 n i ,..,it,.-i f. ... i ... .. ,r .1.,. i nominations made on the occasion re. I r 1 -r' , 1 ferred to. foe part v were not asltamed r .1 " 1 - , , of their nominations, and tliev wi-lied , . - , ! to hear from the jrentlemen nominated i respecting the principles on which they ! intended to take their stand Lie cause wim h has at heart the inter- . ,. . , est ot i;us nation, was not the cause 01 4, .. , the native Hawaiian-. Applause. He x , 11 1 .. . , believe., tnev would eiect their ticket bv lt . Tr .. " me euiciem am 01 tne native uawauans, . , , , . . . . wnose votes would be cast m the inter - est of reform and good government. Applause. They asked the help of Hawiwians, who had given the old part' a trial. Hawaiians were now asked to give the new party a trial. If the new Government proved itself worthy of supports he believed they would gladly support it. If not, if they followed in the tracks of their not illus trious predecessors, Hawaiians would kick them out as the last were kicked out. Laughter and applause. J It was in vain to tell him, as he looked into the faces of those intelligent Hawaiians, that they did not know honesty from corruption good men from bad. If they proved themselves true to the duties they undertook they would have the support of eveiy nationality represented on the.se Islands. Hawaiians, come with us, said the speaker, shoulder to shoulder; put your votes with our votes and sustain this reform Government, and if they fail, if they prove recreant to their trust, then we haoles will put our shoulders to your shoulders to put them out. He then called upon Mr. A. P. Kalaukoa, who delivered an im passioned address in Hawaiian, eliciting thunders of applause. The Chairman then invited another Hawaiian gentleman, who had in the past stood up for good government against, corrupt, when he had to fight a losing battle, who had stood linn as a true Hawaiian, and who stood upon a solid record. Mr. W. Ii. Castle then spoke at some length in Hawaiian, stating that the lie form party had agree 1 to accept the nominations made at the Music Hall. The nominees did not represent them selves, but they represented and pro posed to sustain the principles adopted on the bStii of last month. The term .".Nobles" was merely a name. They L' simply stood as representing a class in the community, and all classes had a right to representation. They proposed to carry out in new laws, and amend ments to old ones, the principles repre- bad been Impossible. Self preservaf mil t . ., . . . . vva.s the first, law of mit ure. It was not ! a jerfeef Corist i t ut ion , but had many ad- vantag"s over the old on" and tended to ''''! b the dignity of Hawaii. iMr. Mark Pobin-on urg'd upon Ha v i ilaris to upport t be prineipb.. (Jf re f r to. Mr. Ab"and"r Young siol;e to tbe s.trr.e purj-'r '. Mr. V. F. Fo-b-r ( otitoid d that tie-is-.sue was iii ,1 between rival politicians, leit (,it(- that touched the most VJbtl COII-cern-: of thi'j courdrv; and that th" now Con-'jf !iion did no? deprive Ibr. diaris , .'5 in advam e to sliip on the bark Kala of any rich's whi' h they pM'viotjsJy : ka'i i, atel then rijnnitig away, wmh j, .,LL.-t.t.,) r,,,t rj'her f x'ended thoe : found guilty, and in def-oilf of paying to njh At thi-; ..lire- 1 to th rri'-ef in v-;m ad- i ! i ro v e ,'( rt i ng. Mti'iu I i l t f 'inorl nt f lifMiro H'piHrr. 'He -.T'oiffi'- ?!, a ;'''! .MiJifarv O '"' i'' V h PoV;I Hry. ' ' . ' f. g u ? 7 f -app- ' -: i r ; t - ' .' ! f r ( v - ,!: , f - ' rs' V . i'O ?.. ' f'ws A o i'i i ) - f - of i r 7.'"-h. n i . r , vinx vi if fi 4;-l it. F;j ';,.if p. -,o..r?. I ." ; if. 1 ' or. .....j. ...... i . t t i ? ' f i ' : : it ;l. f. ri giOf On ( r r ' .! f! :i. r f - r ( , l l ! f n if. f.h V. f a fhir i'S kif: or ' - " r ! i y ;f- rr'.oo . ! Velocity 1 u,I Guilty and Fine,!. j I" the Police Court yesterday, ju jg- j i merit wxs given in the case of Lo Man I t:i, s.ewara 01 the Darn eloc-ity, ; i ctiur-ea wjtii vioiatin cftat.ter 7. -tion '-'f the S---ion Las of ISSo. by con- cealin or in any manner dealing with ) certain dutiable -zcx.id-, ujon which no dury has been iu:d, viz: ll'J bottles of j sam o, 14 bottles of gin, U clock?. "o.e liquor, 10 ooiues aie, 14.' straw 1. hat :, ,tr.M) cigars, 41 packages China ; to,-,;1(--C'.K ; t..n AT . . , .A , . . 1 T,"- i-rKham totifiei to havn i 1 . 1,1 a- , , . , searched the elocjtv on the loth ar ing and -;).! of Auju.-t. and on the latter date in j j ie stateroom, 40 to 50 bottles of sam- ' 1 bottles 1 t s:im!ifti in t1A I'rnr.-.'f.i Tlio , - , . , . t 3 . , , ' ieiendant admitted the izoods were his, , A. , 1 but said he had no more. On the 2oth ! . . . , . . . . . i o,000 cij-'ars ami 40 packages ol China j . , , . , . tobacco were discovered in a trunk 111 i , ' the lazerette. i Geo. Gray, Custom House OihVer, cor roborate! Markham's statements. The defendant claimed that he did not know how to make an entry, and did not know the laws of this country. He de nied any intention to conceal the goods. i lie sold goods to the crews and passen gers during voyages. Two Chinese sailors on the bark sup ported defendant's statements. Captain Martin, master of the Veloc ity, said he allowed the cook to trade, but did not know of these goods, and would have entered them had he any knowledge of them. He never saw the cook sell any goods. His Honor said that he was cf opinion the goods were concealed on the 2.M August, as the defendant said he had no other goods, while 120 bottles of sane shoo were found that very day. On the 25th 5,000 cigars and 41 packages of China tobacco were found in a tank, and if that was true there could be no doubt the defendant was concealing the goods. I'le never informed the Captain he had these goods. There was no danger of breakage to hats, cigars and tobacco, and it was not necessary to chock them up in any way. The law makes these goods dutiable, and no person car plead ignorance to the statutes of a country. Was not the defendant defiling in these goods? He says he was, and such be ing the fact, was it not his duty to in form the Captain so that a proper entry could have been made at the Custom I louse. The defendant should slmw that he bad followed the statutes of the coun try when he brought the goods. Failing to do ho, he is guilty of being knowingly concerned in earning, concealing or dealing in dutiable good upon which no duties had been paid. After the :oods were found on the 2:d, if the defendant had said he had 5,000 more cigars and the tobacco, then he vould have had some excuse for his plea of ignorance in regard to making an entry of the goods. Ho was found guilty and lined :f'J." and $.'5 SO costs. V. V. Ashford, who ap peared for him, noted an appeal. Supreme t'onrf. JICFOIIK mVcI.LY, J. Til ruspA v , September 1st. Kiau Tai et al. vs. Yung Ah In et al., bill for dissolution of partnership, for ac counting, appointment of a receiver, etc. Fartly heard ycHterday during the whole day and continued until to-day. Further beard and continued. F. Neumann for plaint if I'd, W. II. Castle and W. O. Smith for defendant. I'oiico nnin. nianiii' i-oi.k h ji'Hiici; iion. TncitsOAY, September 1st. Kaipo, churned with lrunkenn"isp, pladetl guil3', and was fined 5 with -tl c st . Joseph Mot an wan charged with tbe larceny of a, pistol, the property of Wm. Mai ley. He was found guilty of lareeny in the third degree and sentenced to pay a fine of $10 and to be imprisoned tit hard labor' for one month. Costs, .T;i 0. Wot. O'F.rien, charged uifh obtaining tie aire,) !b' .' , wa-! ordered t b't on fined in ( abu Fri-'ai at bar! labor for four rnordb, fnd to pay .f.'J 20 co:?fa. i Man b'ai, r n areled for smugirling, wast found guilty and lined $';.", nrid to pay if.'; K0 eo f-. App.;,j noted. Kuru Fianir, for n.? au.lt nnd battery on Ah Sin. wa-, fmi.d fl', with ft 1" eott. I lie .New 4 ini0 i f fttffin. 'J be F. C. A jiVf r; 7 ;sf r; fl) n hm print'-d the f,' w Con.c-'tjtutiorr iri parn phet form. It is in-erff-d in the r ' f f , r m -lulu Abo inae ?nid I 'ircef .ry," v, hi b a bo or(f :; if:", the obi ( 'onf jf nf ion, rj rid !! b- s J I the o' pri'e fjffy I f-fiff! a eopy. f -Mr r.f frit ro'lur llf.d. V;i, t fr, pTe-n, f )itt,rr,f ttU't cheH'in !e 'mj;-.r -lot- nol. po jr(. f ft, tlfnp lrt?! - fhr i-'O r vOO, r,,t, nw nddr . t .'pe'f.j fj.fi E" n t'iroi f r n p'" inl f tir r. -:!':, p''pyi-. c-niPJ 1 rrert I ',T,. I fr, -i '-tjfd rri?- h' e-foit fn wfOi p n-t H ffttlnri ritf. r'"p'- ri '1i?3 n ItJjt r7crirs n p?nii, ri-?! fir.. lit tuU" '?rr nrr fo rV or r h ixiwj hofff. tVb' n 7js?!,.r. -rifr ti f j.v. f)f, ) - !,fa V,r ffl iyi ?t r, l,ft 7 Jf fiO--ibff, ti wir'l ?.'i h 'v b Sfi. i on tb o'rt to rio f u f c-' .r(?, f-f ri ' a o.i t eh rniy r rr to w .-I. . 1 1 M zU . k bv t V Absolutely Pure. . This powder never vrw-bs. Ar-.arvc! of puritv. rtren-rth a:;t vholosw.-cne?.. M:re ov.iiomk-sj than the crdir-.i.-y Liii.Ka?i i eaot So tfd in com petition with the ir.u'aita :c cf kv.vtet, short weight, alt:n. orpuos-pbato ivwi-.rs. Solt only 131 cans. llirXAX. l'cwiii. Cw.. liSJ Wi&Si; S Y. HM. T. rOLOI.VX V CO., AffCnti, SAN FKVNCISCO, CAT.. Mr. Cieo. L. liabcock VIRILE RF.slME HIS TIANO LESSONS tN 1 Thursday, the 1st of S pt anbf r. Residence, IS Emma street. Mutual Telephone, No 321. ft T. J. pass s. n. l.r.owN T. J. 15 ASS & CO. Importers of and reali rs in A.rtists'. - jSIaterinls, Taints, Oils, Glass. Varnishes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture Frames, etc., etc., etc. 11 ami Hi I.llis Mrefl near .Muriel, SAN FRANCISCO, CAE. tWmavHtf RH!iii;T.ij:is!; s.yj; rilHE WAIKIKI UF.SlPKNCi: OF MR. FREP 11. Hayselden, situated at Kapiolani Park, be tween the residences of lion. W. G. Irwin and Mr. Frank Brown, is offered tor rent, lease or sale. Also the premises adjoin! nj; the Hawaiian Opera House, Palace Square. For to. ms apply to the undersigned. FHEP II. HAVSEEPEN. 7(V2auKllf .1. E. Brown & Co. 42 M KUCHA NT STKFFT. Bell Telephone 172. Mutual Telephone 3'.U. P. O. Box 400 11 Tfll IV I AND nnnih O ' V in.) General Agency for Hawaiian Inland of the Burlington sukI Chicago liailrond across ami:kica. ('onnertinj,' nt Bo-Ion Willi the Aona and Madeira. JTrPropei lien Eenped, li Oii d and H- bl. Ei'ird Poctiim tit Prnwn Jinelm AudlUd and Ad ju('d . Account? Cot reeled . Au0))li7el I'olleclor-- Tr. Tb'Muna Ir(icco. THE GREAT CAEII ORN! A I NSEC I ICI I 'E. Hcware ol luiilatious, Wilci an' bid hr pul "j 'n ! eiil 1. riMii i!i;vm vi; urn cti I II Ii ' I ill I ! I i l 4 III llil II In eiila nt) I v ! v H 1 1 1 A !' nls I ii lb HAWAIIAN IShANDS I Ol i in: liiilmch IM'niI nci no1 i;if urn it i i wn in iiii nnd Ml);'. Co. siorn iu';. c.m.. 7S7',M;.!-'(f nom vow .saik! nrffP V-l nlr. p-,a ; n,- ,t r i-, -i ;. i !'' f l (i I O ! fi r I Tt'i .'-f-ef mirf I!-.-- Or IH f t r t f p' t t . ! f i.,r. r? .:! f-.....f t, I- I I ! r . ' !i I ' I ! -r I J r , '.' f f- ' f I ' ' ' 'I '.-.'! f I i .... -. i -1 ..'!- : 111,1. ft , I s- , . f , V, . -i'i - -1 :;H, ',: ! t-n Ma j Or!(- ? I- ri IJil.li f, '! -I ! IS. If . ri7lj-Clf fv,-.! I'm!!-', i -.f.a I,. . i .ii. o t . t Hawaiian Mnhtal I'iif ainl jMariiic Insurant f o. 1 nlAin iccu u General Connnission Affciils B IJ A(! Mllllll III. ttj t - r- 1 g.m i O AW tUif J . iv ...-. S f ; ... V'.i. O 7 fAV DR. PARDEE'S (Tht Onlj EelUM Elwd PorlCr.) -i srrcinc ron Scrofula, Salt Rhoum, Neuralgia; Ring Vorni ri all other Skin and Blood Difce&teA. LIVER AND KIDNEYS. -r c Indrvtloa d all iam.e irtilac fa as cntM-bl condlti of tK jrtak. ib;. Makttne, of Ijondon, tho co.lt ' 1 ?Mcialist, says of PARDEE'S ..MEDY : I have used it for fwent rs for Blood Diseases, such as -erofula. Salt lilieum, Tctcr and Cancer ..id 1 cannot nwrnmend it too highly. i'he Kiev. 1r. Thomas, ot Hone Konr. ..I na. says: PARDEE'S REIIEDY 's a wonderful medicine foT the Blood. . i;uo prescriboil it hundreds of timet r Leprosy, and when given in time always cured the patient. I can o'oly say that lxpriisy will never break A in persons who iuVa Pakdkk : vtrnv regularly, and I advise all pei- is i ing in countries whero Ijcprosy prevalent to take Takpee's Remkpy - a preventive." PCS? SALE BY ALL ORUCCISTS IN H0K01OLC. PSIdecldw THE Clnl) House Dining Rooms, Lincoln It lock. King- Strrfl, Will re-epin for hulns on SATl'KPAY, August 27th. The upstairs portion of th lione will V co ducted as a I 111 V ATE PINING KOOM, wbfre a most atttai-iie hill of far will irvM ttp. Krtfo or wcrU Single Mcal ft? ftO rnlJ IVwn slaios will he provided with (h ht vulue in tow n. Ilnle frneek 4 SO Single !ll'.iK - - 25 crnl TFKMS CASH. A shrrp of puldtc ptronne in rfpotfuUy nolioUeil. GE0RG1 CAVENAGH, MANAGER. Wm. G. Irwin & Co OFFFU FOK SA1.K: S TJ G j tt, S DItY GHAMTI.ATKIV In r.nrrid, lUIf I'rur.K, And 310-ponnd Po. oum In Hatf Pnrvrm An. I 25 pound Poirt I'OWUKHMIl - 1 n SO ponut ItiiiM. iJOEl KN '. ori- l;K :n llntf Prr'U ti: AS llliic MolihMl Soap Cases ('onuMl Hoof. l .c IL, O U R I I I L n l.t'E.lOCAilMI. LIMIvHMmMKNT H alvanit!(l Iron Hoolin, SCKKW'S mid WASIIKKH. Sn;ar U ixh22 x ( X) l 11 Ad 10. M-o ili mii I -anl, run''"! 1 ii, lmf .tt) liFtMPs iVIl Mfpnin I'ipn hihI Ioilfar Covering. llll.li TIMIII-:ilN. : A " f -' ' 1 w.". ir.!oli1 f 'T o r n.'l nifO'i'ii'i: r M s If (Of f fory f f . 'p'-r'.i ,.,oi 1 f .f t 1 I r.-e r' r. t j I 7 ft i f I off v O I rr. f'rk- : ( f t I