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Tho Government pays n round
charter, pays for tho conl nt New
castle, and for bringing it here, all
for the sum given. The value of
tho coal would bo n Government
Rep. Drown said then there was
no money due for the South Set.
Minister Gibson supported tho
motion of the lion, member for
Mol(5kai, with the modification that
a certain item be inserted and then
passed till the Minister was there.
This motion carried.
Hop. Kniiliikou moved the com
mittee rise, leport pi ogress, and ask
leave to sit again. Canied.
Tho committco's report was
adopted by tho Assembly on motion
of Hop. Kcaii.
Hop. Drown, at about -t:lf, moved
tho house adjourn till 10 o'clock to
morrow, which curried.
Satuiiday, June 2Cth.
The Assembly was opened at 10
a. m. with prayer by the Chaplain.
' Present: Hon. J. S. Walker, l'rcii
dent; Ministers Gibson, Gulick,
Knpenn, and Neumann; Nobles
Dominis, Clcgliorn, and Kuihclani ;
Reps. Kcau, Daker, Katthi, Drown,
Paehnolc, Ahoio, Kaunnmano, Kau
Kau, Kauai, Kalua, Naliinu, Kaai,
Nahale, rhchnolc, Hayselden, Pa
llia, Iiichardson, Kaulukou, and
The minutes of yesterday's pio-,
cecdings were read in both' languages
Hep. Kalua, on suspension of the
rules, presented a petition from
liana, that the Deputy Sheriff of
that district be paid at the rate of
8100 a month. Referred to select
committee of thirteen on police.
Minister Gibson presented a reply
to tho resolution of Rep. Kalua,
asking for a list of persons who had
become citizens by letters of deniza
tion from His Majesty since 188G,
Olnrciico W. Asliford July 10, 1883
William Foster Aug. 7, 1883
William Jtiiflscl Austin Oct. 8, 188il
l'lxu 1 Neumann Oct. 11, 188:1
.Michael Thompson Nov. 2J, 168:1
Julius II. Smith. ..-....;. ..April 7, 1881
Josephs Webb May 3, 1881
Georgo Williams Parker... May 13, 1881
Jno. Wlllluin Plluger Out. 4, 1881
Harry K. Avery Out. 0, 1884
Jus. Brodio Ian. 'JO, 1S85
Kohuulo KiipIiii fnn. 15, 18S5
Volnoy V. Asliford Feb. 11, 1885
Elijah Nichols Feb. 11,1883
A. Hoff tiling Aug. IS, 1886
Patrick U. W.Itoss Sept. 1, 18S5
Paul Petrovlts Kept. 1, 1885
Jay 11. Itclst Oct. 13, 1883
Chas. 11. Reynolds Nov. 15, 1883
Edward C. Webb, 31. D...Nov. 18, 1885
S. K. Crmldook Jau. 13,1880
Geo. 13. Qrcsley Jackson. ..Jan. 10, 1880
Edward Hore Jan. 23, 1880
Geo. Carson Konyon Jan. 23, 1SS0
John Joslah Jones Jan. 25, 1880
Charles Crcighton Feb. 20, 1880
JohnT.Dnie ... May 0, 1880
EdmoredW. Noirle May 13, 1880
Zeno Kcllv Meyers May 13, 1880
Allan II. Scrtnijreour May 13, 1880
James Clinton Hooker.... May, t3, 1880
Rep. Kalua thought the reply was'
complete, thanked the Minister, and
moved the report be accepted and
laid on tho table. Carried.
Minister Gibson also presented a
reply to the resolution introduced
by Rep. Drown, asking for an item
ized account of the expenditure of
the item of $5,000, expenses inci
dental to Legation aj, Washington,
appropriated at the last session of
the Legislature. Following is tho
, Sundry disbursements as per
Mr. Carter's account 8 3S2 8U
Expenses of .Mr. Carter's jour
ney to Europe as per bis
account 1,327 03
Exchange ou remittances to
His Ex. Hon. H. A. P.
Carter 258 CO
Salary of Hon. Dr. J. Mott
Smith, Ills Majesty's Spe
cial Commissioner at
tached to the Legation
(on account) 2,300 00
Exchange on remittance of
tho above 30 00
Leaving an unexpended bal
ance of 700 08
On motion of Rep. Drown the
reply was received and laid on the
Rep. Kaai read a first timo an act
to licenso donkey-engines for hand
ling freight on the wharves of Hono
lulu. Minister Neumann wanted to
know, on the principle that thcro
should be no taxation without re
presentation, who wns to represent
these donkey-engines in this house.
Rep. Kaai replied that tho donkoys
could be l oprescnted if thoy became
On motion of Rep. Palohau tho
rules were suspended and tho bill
read a second timo by title. Then,
on motion of Rep. Knunainauo, it
was referred to a special committee,
which tho President appointed, as
follows: Rep. Kaunnmano, Minister
Neumnnn, Reps. Palohau, Drown
Hep. Dickey lead a first time an
act to fix tho place of holding court
In Mnkawno district at Paia.
Rep. Wight read a first time an
net to amend tho law of 1881 relat
ing to tuition fees in Government
Tin: Ri:al Manila, for the first
time, has appeared in Honolulu, To
bo had ut tho Central Cigar (Stand
nt Wiseman's. Try it. J. IIiluuk,
Manager. 055 tf
$! SUm KlU-Htt.
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 188G.
Stmr Llkellkc from Kahulul
Schr Xuttlo Motrlll from Lnlfnlmi
Schr Cateilna from Walmanalo
Schr Mulolo from IIIlo
Schr Waloll from Paukaa
Schr Wulmnlu fiom Lnupalioohoe
Stnir Jus Mukce for W'alahm
Schr Jennie Wnlkerfor Fauulng's I
vcosclo Lcimiiu un munuHi.
Stmr l.ikollke for Knhulul
Stnir Dow ott for P.ila
Schr Kaulkcnoull for IColialu
Schr J C Foul for San Francisco
Schr Nettle Men 111 for .Lahalnn
Schr Waloll for Patikaa
Schr Ehuknl for Wahilua.
Schr Wnlinaln for Liiupnhochoo
For Poit T5wnond, per bktne Kllkl
tat, June 20 Mutor A Rhode.
From ICahulul for San Francisco, per
bark Fouls S Thompson, Juno 2." Mr
and Mrs Shore and Miss E M Smith.
From Kahulul, per stmr Llkellkc.
June 23-G P Wilder, ( West, J II S
Martin, J II Athi'itou, C E Footer, W
Williams, MImsL Young, Miss Lowell,
Miss Kaai, Miss Cameion. M Jordencn
and !)0 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkellkc 3,771 sugar.
The Kllkltat sailed this morning for
Port Tow nend. '
The baik Hope Is loading sugar at the
PMSS wharf. She will sail about
Wednesday next with about 1)00 tons of
sugar for San 1'iaticlseo.
Kahulul, June 25, 1880.
Dark Fen Is S Thompson, Chas Pot
ter, master, sailed from this port this
day with a full cargo of sugar.
Bgtno Scllna, J lllukc, inater, ar
llvedhcio this a m with a cargo of
Ski: Central cigar stand advertise
ment in to-day's issue. fil
Lovims yf Yo Ancient Doflon
linked Deans can be accommodated,
Sunday morning nt Oeeauica Res
taurant, Foit street, opposite Dodd's
Do try those elegant Turkish cigar
ettes nt tho t'ential cigar stand.
They nic the finest in the world, and
nothing like them as ever appeared
in this Market.
01 F. llii.DEit, Manager.
J. A. (io.N'sAi.vi:s has somo fine
photographs of the baso ball clubs,
the lunch on' the grass, and other
views taken at the Union Picnic,
Juno 1 1th. Also views of Kawaiahao
Church and somo of tho finest home
steads of tho cilv. Tho pictures can
bo hud at tho Y.M. C. A. rooms. 01
Kapiolani Bath House, tho only
resort in the city. All kinds of bath
ing apparatus. lw
Aiitisth' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc'., etc., at King
Pros. Art store. 01 Ct.
' Ciiahley dear I You don't forget
to biiug mo some of thoso nice
Flench candies arrived por Australia,
for tlio Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Dit. Flint's IIkakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eaho and also for Df-eases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 1151
Just received a new lino of Ladies'
Untiimmed Hats; ornaments, La
dies' Collars, Tricking; all over-embroidery,
Ladies' Linen Plum-Colored
Laces; Nun's Veiling, all wool, in
oioitni, white, pink and blue; all
wool Casbnieies in white, cream,
pink and blue, at tho Leading Milli
nery House of Chas. J. Fishel, cor
ner of Fort and Hotel streets,
Tho Royal Hawaiian Danil will
play this afternoon at Emma Square,
beginning at -1 :30. Following is the
Ovei tore Titus Moart
Landler Pouimcrania Husseltnan
Cavatlna I.eave3 Carl
Fantasia Egyptian Patrol Stran '.
Waltz Life let us cherish Strauss
Selection Grand Duchess.. .Offenbach
Dy request, Mr. Locko Richardson
will recite "Othello" in tho great
drawing room of tho Royal Ha
waiian Hotel, next Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. The dining room at
tho Hotel is a largo and airy apart
ment, and will accommodato a great
many people. Tickets of admission
may be had at the Hotel, $1 each.
0 LUS0 HAWAIIAN0.
The 32nd number of O Lmo Jfn
waiiuno, just issued, talks pretty
plainly to tho Portuguese clement of
tho community. It repeats and em
phasizes its advice to Portugucso
not to enter into new contracts.
"We wish," it says, "to see the
Portugucso established hero, but wo
would rather see them go awny than
again contract; there aro other
countries for them to go to. In
Tahiti thoy would bo well received
nnd tho captain of n French vessel
now in port hopes thoy will go there."
Referring to tho Kcau bill, tho Luso
says, "The Opposition is' no better
than tho Government, and it is a
shamo that no ono should have pro
tested against such an illobirul dev
ice." Tho whole number is full of
interest, and shows evidence of vi
tality and prosperity.
LOCAL & OEtlERAL NEWS.
The Benedict and Hnwaii baseball
clubs meet at Wakikl diamond this
The "Planter's Monthly for Juno
Is brimfuU of interesting original and
Mn. Rynn thanks tho lire depart
ment and tho people of Honolulu in
a cnid in to-day's issue.
A numiikh of Chinnmeu lml already
engaged passage for Hongkong by
the German bark Hydra.
The Fourth of July committee
bold a meeting at the Hawaiian
Hotel lliis evening, at 8 o'clock.
Tin: report of the closing exercises
of Ouhu College and the Punabou
Piepuratory School is unavoidably
laid over for next issue.
Mil. Anderson, n well known auc
tioneer of San Francisco, came hero
by the Australia to talk for Mr. J.
Lyons at his auction sales.
Mn. Woodwoitb, of tho Crystal
Soda Woiks, was severely burnt
about the feet the other day by u
bottle of acid tipping over.
Mks.skh. Hamilton Johnson to Co.
are preparing to open a wine and
spirit store in a poitiou of the build
ing lately occupied by tho "Daily
Press," Merchant street.
Tin: quarterly exhibition of tho
Sunday schools associated with Kau
makapili and Kawaiahao chinches
will be held in those churches to
morrow, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mil. J. Aseh came near losing tho
sight of ono of bis eyes tho other
day by a piece of emery lodging
therein. A surgical operation became
necessary, and was successfully, per
formed by Dr. McWayne.
A lioitsi: catastrophe occured near
Oahn Prison yesterday. A native
bad tied bis hor.se to a telephone
post, when' the innate stupidity of
tho animal caused him to back and
choke himself. While theio was a
heavy stiain on the line t.ho owner
cut it, nnd tho horse fell over, strik
ing his bead witli fatal result.
Yesterday afternoon a message
was received from Pcaii River, stat
ing that the steamer Kupiolani had
foundered near the mouth of that
stream. The steamer with about
425 bags of pacUljr (an enormous
load for her) was on her way to Ho
nolulu, and had just cleared Pearl
River when the sea became rough.
High waves came in rapid succes
sion and the vessel being too heavily
laden could not mount them. The
water entered her engine room and
she sank. The crew wns picked up
by natives in canoes, nnd tho tug
Elcu was dispatched to render assist
ance. The water where the steamer
went down is about 10 feet deep,
and only the vessel's masts can be
seen nbovo water. The Kupiolani is
owned by Messrs. Do Fries and
D wight. She was not insured,
neither was her cargo. The tugs
Eleu and Pelo have been working at
the foundered steamer nearly all
day nnd will, when tho divers have
taken out all the paddy, float her
It cost nearly 80,000 to bring
Maxwell within the shadow of tho
gallows at St. Louis.
The total weight of metal melted
down by the London Mint during
twelve months was -170 tons, made
up as follows, n certain proportion
of alloy being, of course, included :
Gold 07 tons; silver, 198 tons, and
bronze, 205 tons. Tho total number
of coins struck out of this metal was
05,295,382, giving an average of
moro than 1,200,000 pieces per
week throughout tho year.
Valuable Real Estate
By order of 1). Kiinp.i and his wife,
Susan Kculoha, 1 will sell at public auc
tion, at 12 u.,
On SATUIIDAY, July Srd,
ut my salesrooms, those
3 certain Pieces of Land
situate at'Wniknne, Koohiupoko, Ouhu,
described in It. P. 371 to Pima,
Area of 3 13-100 Acres,
The Waikiino Rico Mill is situate up.
on cue of the pieces of land for sale.
The rest of tho laud is good rice hnd
C2T Parttcul irs can be ohluhicd of L.
A. 'Ihurston, !!d Merchant street.
J. LYONS, Aucl'r.
OAItD of THANKS.
I BEG to tender my gratoful tlmnits to
tho ofllccrs and men of tho Fire De.
pitrtment and all who to generously ren
dered their assistance at thu lire that
destroyed my bnat-huilding sh d ou tho
21st instant, and to (he general public
for their kind sympathy.
It K. R. RYAN.
complaints have reached mo of
late from some of my customers
Hint they cun puirhueo Hawaiian. mndo
Boat) cheaper limn I havo been celling
it, I bug to state that I have always
transacted my business In a fair and
straightforwaid way, charging thu same
price to all alike, nnd Felling at a
modorate rate; ami at tho samo time I
would inform my customuri) and the
public that from and after this dalo my
price will bu $7 pur 100 lbs.
T. W. KAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Ilouo
lulu, Juno Diet. 0'J
WM G IRW
IW lilt AB NHH.WBHNtJ w J? iSm
fcOLK AGENTS FOR TUfi KINGDOM OF
The Celebrated Taro Flour
Allien Fruit & Tare Co.,
Ate prepared to otler special Inducement to Plantations and Sblplng Agents.
Taro Flour Is packed In suitable container for ttnu-lilpmcnt between tho
Islands and for foiolim shipment. Special orders will ho lecolved nml packed in
any stylo required. Tills Turo Flour is FAU SUPLMtlUIl to that manufactured
The new method of making Pol out of TAUO FLO UK has rcdured the lime
from 2i to ONLY 1 HOUU. 'Hie old method of cooking it in a big has been dls.
carded. There Is no need of building a lire specially for the purpose, for it can be
cooked at tho same time that tha ordinary meal is being prep.ued.
Tnko on agate lion or porcelain lined saucepan, and pour into It one part of
Taro Flour to two pnrts of water. Mix well and be hi to thcro are no lumps.
Place tho saucepan over a good lira and stir tho Hour nnd w.itlr with :i wooden
spoon or slick until It becomes thick, which will tnke from :i to fi minutes accord
nig to li'at employed. After ii Is thick, occasional thorough Mining is necessary,
adding a little warm water from time to time lo prevent Its aeitluf; too thick. Let
It simmer for nearly an hour ami be almost as stitr us paint thai Is, quite thick.
Put it into a calabash or large bowl, and let it rtiind from two to three days, when
it will become nice and tart.
Should the Pol show a tendency to become cloggy or lumpy, strain it through
a piece of netting itito a pan or bowl and smooth It down w ith a potato masher or
Persons prcfeiring swert Pol will ibid that by cooking the llour nccordlng to
the above Injunctions while preparing their evening mial, nnd letting it Hand
overnight, it will be In proper condition for use ou the following morning. ilS'i
1 IhySaddlo Horse, 0ff
years old; warranted
sound and pontic; sad
dle and bridle with tho
liorrc. Inquire at the
Fully Established !
Now Prepared to Satisfy All.
Jut arrhed, per Australia,
Largo and Variod Assortment
Havana, -Kfl7WGSt &
Domestic Cigars !
Heautiful line of tho purest Cigarettes,
all Fresh and Reasonable.
The Largest and Finest Stock over
Seen in Honolulu.
C3T Gentlemen who appreciate a
good article will now be able to satisfy
themselves by glvlup me a rail. All
goods guatnntccd andmaiked down to
suit the times.
(11 lwj Manager Central Uigur Stand.
TS 1IEKKBY GIVEN THAT
MR. ALLEN HERBERT
has no further connection with our
business from and after this date
Willi Mil. HEKIJEKT'.S withdrawal
we discontinue the Grocery , business,
and will re open at
No. 29 Merchant Street,
In a Jobbing
California VVino &. Liquor Business.
All accounts duo the linn and out
standing Accounts will be settled by tho
Honolulu, Juno HO, 1835. CI
"Star of Devon,"
Wo have received Insti actions to sell
at Public Auction, for account of whom
it may concern,
On Tuesdny, Juno 29th,
At, li! o'clock noon at the Fbh Market
What f, the Drltlxh llmk
STAR OF DEVON
As sho lies nt the wharf, together with
Anchors, Chains, 1' .boats, Ktmiilng
Gear, etc, complete, icglsleied tonnage
;!:!!) tons. AUo at the same time will lie
1 Set Now Sail,
A lot ofl'i'ovtaioiiH, Etc.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
A largo assortment of the
Very Latest Novelties
In UiIb line. Just received pur Mari
posa. Island orders promptly
For Salo at Bargains.
Entpiiroof O. W. MAOFAHLANK, 14
Knahumanu street. 101 tf
"Vf KIT I IKK UAPl'AIN MOCKETT.
L Master of the lJrlthh bark Stir of
IK von, nor the Agents, llnckfeld to Co.,
will bo responsible for debts contracted,
by the crew of said vt scl. 03 !lt
Uy order or A. .J. Curtwrlght, Sr., the
duly appointed Eeetilor and Ttustee of
tha lam will nnd tcslnnicnl of Emma
Kaleleouahiui, deceased, and under
licence of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian IMnmls, sitting as a Court of
Probate, wo uio directed to.scil at pub.
lie nuition, at our Salesroom, In Hono
tho (5tli Day of July, IS8(,
at 12 m. of that day, all the rightj title
and interest of the said A. .1. Cart,
wright, Sr., as Mich Executor amlTrus
tee as afoiccald, nnd all the. right, title
and interest which the tnld Emma Ka
lelconalunl had at thu time of her de
cease, of, in and to that certain piece or
parcel oi laud, kuown ns the
situate in tho.Districtof Konn, Island of
Knuai, ami containing an
Aia of :i,00 Acres,
mnreorlefs, ns described In Koyal Pa
tent No. .16T.', Mahelc Award 43,
at tho Upset Prico or Sum of $22,000;
anil U'o that certain puce or parcel of
laud situate In Nuuaim Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of O.iliu. and known as
nnd being the premises formerly occu
pied by W. L. Green, Esq , as a private
Z For further particulars, apply to
A. J. Onrtw right. J5r., or
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
4!l Id Auctioneers.
Uy order of J. F. llnckfeld, Esq., tho
duly appointed Assignee of tho Bank,
nipt Estr.to of T. K. C'larkenf Kipahulu,
Maui, tiding under authority of an or
der of the Supremo Court dated June 8,
1880, wo are directed to sell at Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, .Inly 19, 8,
at 12 o.lnck, noon, of that day,
All the Riijlit, Title & Interest
of thuKaid J. F. llnckfeld as such
Assignee, of, In and to the
sllUHte ut Kipahulu, Maui, heretofore
lit longing to tho said T. K. Clarke.
T . said Plantation romprhc about
100(1 iw es of band In fee simple, and
about TOO sidles of l.eusul Land ; there
uio about 7 bCO acres of Land avallablo
for cane cultivation ; about l'JO acres of
Plant Cane and about HO acres of 1 nnd
2 llattonns nru now growing for tho
net crop to come off from, tay, Decem
ber, 18HI, to about Muy, 1687. There
132 head of Working"Cattlo,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Muleo, 10 Horses and somo
on the Plantation nil branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a sugar plantation.
The larger rart ot the Cauo. when har
vested, can bo convoyed to the mill by
Tlutu Is a rood substantial landing
bildgif, in which the Plantation holds a
half liileron. Also, a Donkey Engine
and Incline truck connected with the
The Plantation is in good running
order and a new etop is being put In ut
trST The terms or tho K.ilo nre CASH,
and the Deeds are at the expense of the
For nil further particulars apply to
J. F. Iliiukfvld, Honolulu, or toOSCAK
13. V. ADAMS & CO.,
S3 td Auctioneers.
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE!
Ily order of Mcrs. O. W. Mncfarlanc to Co., I will ollcr for sale,
at my auction warerooms, on
Tuesday Next, the 29th day of June,
A line line of Kngllsli and French Goods, 'elected wi'h epec!al reference to the
requirements of this trade. These Goods are Just lo hand ex Stirlingshire,
and comprise Dry Good', In variety and a small line of
novelties, together with a fine lino of
Ales, Wines and Liquors
siiicl 3reiieiil nVJTei'elxisiiciiKo
of tho very best and most favorably known brands in this market, thus ndbrdlug
dealers uraro opportunity of replenishing their Stocks.
White Victoria I.awn, Oxford Checks,
bleached Drills, Kussla Draper, 'Jln.,
Whlto Cotton Tick, 27, 20 and 31 Inches,
Illack, French Merino, Gent's hlf. Ilo.-e.
llalbriggan, Peatl Buttons, all sics and
Irish Trimming, Queensland Shawls,
Colored llortles. Sailor Hats, special,
Ladles' and Children's Hats, white and
Gold Stamped Parasols, trimmed with
Brooks & Co.'s Cotton Th rend, Nos. 150
Hoorackses, Miller & Co.'s Long Cloth;
Crystal Shirting, Turkish Towels, sup.
A small line of J. & T. Morton's celebrated good, eomprNing .Iain", Jellies, An.
chovles, Surdities, etc., etc., Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, Saltd
Dicssiug, Pate tie Fols Orns, etc.
JHLo.i'cLvrs.'Mfo : .
Galvanized HuckcM, improved bottoms;
Cane Knives, Galvanized Fence Wire;
Barbed Fence Wire, Does,
Corrugated Hooting, wide and narrow
Whiskies, Scotch and Irish;
Brandies, iu cases;
Gin, in baskets and casej;
And a Varied Assortment oi (Jeneral IMcrclimidisu,
Consisting of Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Si'l, Glastw.ire, Willow-wiro limkets,
Tin Basins, Toilet Sets. Flower Pots, and oilier articles too nunieioiu In
particularize. Also, a few sample lots of
Gentlemen's Felt and Straw Hats,
Of the latest styles for the present London Hemon.
Z3T Sale will commence at 10 o'clock, a.m., shnrp, and Terms will be given on
day of Sale.
TEMPLE OF FASmON,
Ol Mill :
We are pleased to announce thu airlvul of our huiuuntu laipe Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Lacos, BIob;
Clothing an dG-ent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now ottering unprecedented and unrh ailed Bargains in all otirdepartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 jards; a verv
largo assortment of new Spring bt)les in Lawns, I -I UatlMo. Sateens, plnlii
figured and brocaded, whlto Pique and a full lino of Drcis Gootb, the latest ot.i.
Luce Boucle, Ladicn4 Tfieot Olotli
in all the new shades; 40 dnz Ladies Lisle Thread ilo.-o nt -10 cents,
the best value ever ollVred.
Just received, all the latest styles In Boys nnd Children's Suits; Great Bargali ,
Boys Bluo Flancl Sailor Buits nt f'J.fiO a Suit. Just leeched, illi vet from
which wo oiler
FRANK CERTZ, "1
Kecclved ox Australia, a Larue and Elegant Stock of MUscs and Children's Sptlug jB
Heel Shoes of all sires. Abo, a Splendid block of - JH
m Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes, t 9
Men's Merino UuderdilrW ,
Gentian blankets; Scarlet ditto;
Co.its' Sewing Cot'on, nil sizes;
White Frilling; LUse do; Cream do;
Ladies' Ilalbrlggah Undershirts.
Dr. Wardrup's HUeli and White;
Centurion de Cieiir, assorted colors;
Wliltu and UlackCuvo; NurMiig Corsets;
Maids and Girls' Comets.
Fancy Crepe, All.Wool, Silk nnd
Silk, newest stylo and latest patterns.
Ladies' ami GirU' Half Hose:
Ludies' to Gouts' All-bilk Underwear;
Counterp iiios (fancy styles ii color) j
Wntcrpioof Lap l(olie.
Nalh, Spikes, etc.. etc.
Vlenn i Wood Clulrs,
StooU and Settees.'
Ale and Porter, etc., Ho.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
For I Wiveet,
at bcd-iock prkoi.
& CO., Proprietors.
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