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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888.
April 18 ,
Bktne Moi nlng Star from tho South Sea
Schr Hob Itoy liom Koolau
Stmr MiUhnhi lor Kauai
VESSELS LEAVIHG TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kanlu for Walnnne nml Wnlalua
at I) a in
Btmr .1 A Cummins for Koohu
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
For Maul nml' Hawaii, per steamer
Kinnu, pill 17 lion S G Wilder, W
Gieen unci fnmllv, Mis H '!' Walker and
2 dilution, MiKlic'lioff, C Afong, Chun
I.iiii, Capt H AcKeinian, U N Arnold, T
W Eveiett, G V Wllfong, J M Horner,
.T Kallienul and wife, Ulss Ahcoun. T It
Koywoith and about 10 dcek.
for Kaunl, pel floanicr Waialealo,
April 17 W M Manot, A Aknuu, J
Lade and 20 deck.
LOCAL & GENERAL JEWS.
A uousuKr.ru'EK is advertised for.
In another column will ho boon a
a challongo from Mr. George Wash
ington. FuitNisuni) annus in a. desirable
locality, Miitnlilo for housekeeping,
cue nclvoi tit.cjcl for i out.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Oahu Lodge K. of P.,
in its hall, Fort stieet, at 7;80
Company C Honolulu liifles
nt 7:30 o'clock.
Pmyer meeting at the Central
Union Church at 7 :30 o'clock. Also
n meeting of church and congrega
tion at 8:80.
Religious services at St. Andrew's
Calhedial at 7:80 o'clock.
Special meeting of the Honolulu
Social Club in the hall of tho Pacific
IIoso Co., at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of tho Arion Musical So
ciety, at tho hall of Engine Co. No.
1, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Mystic Lodge K. of
P. in llaunony hall, at 7:30 o'clock
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The ladies of the Altar Society
will have a special meeting at the
Convent, at 3 p. m.
Meeting of thc'W. C. T. U., at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, at 2:30
o'clock, p. m.
Hawaiian Band at tho Hawaiian
Hotel, at 7:30 p. m.
Wouk on the Waikiki biidgo has
Leon completed, and the bridge is
now fully open for tralnc.
A dividend of two dollais per
shaie will he paid to the shaieholders
of 13. O. Hall & Son. (limited), t
their ollice to-morrow.
oVuceu Hopkins, Deputy Attorney-General
Peteison and Dr. Rodg
crs had u midnight iambic tlnough
Chinatown last night, to see how
things looked thoie.
NOTICE TO CHRISTIAN FRIENDS.
There is a very poor and sick
woman with a large family, who
lives in Fowler's ynid. They arc
very much in need of your kind and
BY THE KAALA.
By tho stcamor Kaala which
rivod last night, tho following
were received :
Walnlua mill has shut down for
a month or six weeks, to lay water
pipes and plant cane.
Nine hundred pieces of pipe that
came from Liverpool have been
taken to Waialua and will convey
water from tho mountain gulches to
tho mill, a distance of two or more
Tho weather was beautiful at both
Wainlua and Wnianac.
The steamer Knala brought tho
last of this grinding of Wainlua's
sugar, 300 bags, last night.
Mr. Jas. Gay was a passenger by
the Kuala fiom Waialua, aud Mr.
Aureus fiom Waianac.
DEATH OF MRS. ANDERSON.
Mrs. Eliza Anderson, widow of
Rev. Dr. Rufus ynderson, died in
Roxbury, Mass., March 11, aged 85
years. Dr. Anderson was for many
ycats the Secretary of the American
Board. Ho visited the Islands in
18G3, and at that time rc-oiganized
tlic work of the Board, establishing
the present basis of co-operation
with the Hawaiian Boaid.
Tin: Ohinefco and Japanese who
came here by the Gaelic on tho 5th
inst., will bo rclcahod from quaran
tine on Friday noxt, if no sickness
breaks out before that-time.
A native child (girl) "was bom at
Kaholaloa yesterday, that has two
mouths and her feet leverscd, the
heels where tho toes should be. The
"child is alive and doing well.
The Water "Winks paity at Molo
kai will complete tho laying of pipes
in tlnce or four weeks more. Mr. U.
B. Wilson, Superintendent of the
Waterworks, ictiuns to Molokai on
. .. o
A rewakd of $100 is oflbred for
information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the paity or
parties who mutilated Mr. Frank
Feiiera's horse on the night of April
TENDERS FOR MILK.
The tenders received by the Pre
sident of the Board of Health to
supply the branch hospital at Ka
kaako with milk, were as follows:
Hon. ,T. I. Dowsett Jr 8 cts.
A. A. Montano 10 cts.
Woodlawn Dairy 10 cts.
The contract was awarded to Hon.
Jas. I. Dowsett Jr.
The annual meeting of tho Hawaiian-Joekc-y
Club was held last Mon
day night, when it was decided to
hold only one day's races this year
instead of two as last year. The pro
gramme is now in the hands of the
Committee, and will be published in
a few days.
In Mr. Meln tens' yard on Borota
nia streot.is a banana tree with about
ten hunches of bananas on it, and
the most remaikahlo feature of the
tiee is that three distinct bunches of
tho Jfiuit nie growing on one stem.
Tho fruit is yet young, but is cuiious
THE PLANTERS' MONTHLY.
The April number of this publi
cation is now out, and like its pic
decessors is replete with information
forjilanters and others. Among the
more noticeable ai titles may be men
tioned one on Hawaiinn trade and
Commerce for 1887, which contains
some valuable statistics, taken from
the Collector-General of Customs'
report ; also one on coffee culture,
which embraces a part of the pros
pectus of the company being formed
for tbe cultivation of coffee, in which
are given the number of trees that
can be profitably planted to the acre,
the average yield per tree, and the
price per pound of the product. A
valuable paper on the "Chinese pro
blem" contains some wholesome sug
gestions in regard to cheeking this
class of immigration. There are
also other articles, both contributed
and selected, on various subjects,
which are woithy of perusal.
ONE OR TWO QUESTIONS.
Euitoh Bum.ltin: Through the
columns of your journal allow me to
ask one or two questions, which a
remark in your issue of the 12th in
stant calls for.
Mr. P. R. Walker was gazetted as
"Her Britannic Majesty's Acting
Vice-Consul" instead of " British
Acting Vice-Consul," by tho Hawai
ian Forcicn Olllcc. This was, of
course, a blunder of that ollice, as
everybody knows the appointment is
made by the British Commissioner,
and approved by Her Majesty's
Government. But why was Mr.
Walker not at once appointed Vice
Consul, as Mr. Davics lesignation
was called for before he left Hono
lulu, although ho did not tender it
to Major Wodehousc, picferring
perhaps to hand it himself, when
convenient, to the Foreijin Ofllce in
London, ignoring thereby tho re
presentative heie, whose appoint
ment alone he holds V
This slight, Mr. Editor, we Brit
ishers do not like or approve to our
lcpreseutative, and regret that Mr.
Davies, who has had already ex
hausted a two ycats' "leave of ab
sence," and is again gone on another
two years' visit, should not have
handed in his resignation volun
tarily, instead of putting himself in
the position of being asked to do so.
Besides, it is understood that Mr.
Davics, before leaving here, accept
ed from the Hawaiian Ministers the
appointment of Hawaiian Consul
Geneial in London, his commission
only requiring the King's signature,
which signature His Majesty justly
and wisely declined, not wishing to
recall His representative at the Court
of St. Jame3 without good reasons
assigned. What position, therefore,
does Mr. Davics hold?
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
tradicled not only by general exper
ience, but by tho undoubted fact
that suck countries as Germany and
tho United States, two nations which
aio certainly not suffering from dc
caclcnco, consume three or four times
moro tobacco per capita than do the
Spaniards or Italians, nations of by
no means so vigorous a vitality.
The real facts as to the influence
of tobacco on the health are fairly
well established, and the occasional
outburst of anti-tobacco fanaticism
does not nffect received medical
opinion. Tobacco is pernicious to
crowing children. Used in moder
ation, the majority of healthy adults
enn smoke It without harm. It does
not in theso shorten life or pioduco
degenerative changes. .Nearly one
half of Professor Humphrey's col
lection of centenarians wcro to-bacco-usciH.
It is particularly
harmless to thoso who live out-doors
and engaged in physical work. It
is particularly apt to injure thos'o
who live in-doors. The worst featuru
about its use is the difllculty some
persons have in smoking in modera
tion. This is especially true of
brain-workers, and it is for this rea
son that plrysieians never advise the
acquirement of the tobacco habit.
But among the great mass of work
ing people the use of tobacco is
apparently a harmless one. Med
For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
NOTICE of 11E VOCATION.
NOTICE U horeby given that tho
power of attorney given to C.
Chcong Ping dated October 1, I860, Is
horoby rovoked, unci tnid O. Chcnng
Plug Is no longer authorized to act for,
or sign our firm name, or to bind the
ilrm in anv manner.
WING OX WO COMPANY.
Honolulu, April 0, 1688.
From and after the above date Mr.
Man Chip only is authorized by full
power of attorney to act for U9 in nil
matters. AY. O. W. Co.
A LL persons will take
JTJL my now or of nttoi nov
31st, 18S7, to act In all lespcets for K'n'l
hoc, oi tne mm or wmg un wo oc cjo.
Is. In full force and unicvokcd, and that
as such attorney I have authorized Man
Chip to net as my substitute, but not to
sign tho said thin name except per pro
cuiatiou or by proxy and that all notices
otherwise stating ate Inuoiicct.
0. CI1KUXG PING,
10 7t Attorney in fact for Knl Kec.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
iiufokr noi.c, .T.
Co. B of tho Honolulu Rifles will
probably give a hop towards the end
of this month, and the Honolulu So
cial and Dancing Olub a reception
and dance in their new hall, on or
about the lbt of May. This club has
now over GO members, and there is
every prospect of the mganizatiou
Manuel l'oiry, a Poituguese hack
driver, was ui rested by Hack In
spector Mr. Sam Macy.thi's morning,
for violating rule six of tho carriago
regulations, .leaving his hoiso un
hitched and unattended. Manuel
has been hi ought boforo tlio Police
Justico on several occasions for vio
lating rules, and this timo Mr. Ma
coy wil ask to have hiB licenco can
At tho meeting of Co. B of tho
Honolulu Rifles last evening, a reso
lution was passed, that dues to the
amount of 50 cents a month would
Tho armory commiltco hold a
meeting last evening, and several
members of the committee were ap
pointed to canvass the town for sub
scriptions to widen and lengthen the
Tho Captain and 1st Lieutenant
of Company C resigned yesterday ;
tho 2nd Lieutenant is on tho polico
force,. and is not considered a mem
ber of tho Rifles.
When Col. Ashford was asked to
day if his resignation had been ac
cepted, he replied that ho had re
ceived no formal notice of his
resignation having been accepted,
from the Foreign Ofllce.
It was rumoied about town last
night that certain members of tho
Honolulu Hides who are in the Gov
ernment employ have been warned
not to resign fiom the Rifles,
Among tho arrivals by the Mari
posa on Sunday last were Edwin
Alsip and wife of Sacramento, Cal.
Mr. Alsip has for years past con
ducted the largest real estate and
loan agency in Central California, is
prominently concerned in many ex
tensive enterprises, including ranch
ing, and is head, and principal
stockholder in a company now en
gaged, witli a capital of a quarter of
a million, in constructing n system
of elcctiic street railwaj-s through
out about 2.") miles of the capital
cit3''s thoroughfares. Too close ap
plication to business for many
years, intensified by the exactions
incident to tho recent "boom" have
necessitated a rest on Mr. Alsip'B
part, hence his present vi3it to the
"Paradise of tho Pacific." Mr. and
Mrs. Alsip are visiting at the resi
dence of Mr. C. V,. Ashford.
Wednesday, April 18th.
The Court opened at 9 :32 a. m.
Foreign jurors in attendance. At
12 jr. takes a recess until 1 r. m.
The King vs. W. S. Luce, con
spiracy in the first degree. Defend
ant is arraigned upon an indictment
and demurs to it as iusufllcient in
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
for the Crown; A. S. Uartwell, F.
M. Hatch and W. A. Whiting for
The King vs. F. II. Hayselden
and G. W. Macfarlane, conspiracy
in the first degree. Defendant G.
W. Macfarlane is arraigned upon an
indictment and demurs to same as
insufficient in law, etc.
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
for the Crown ; Paul Neumann and
F. M. Hatch for defendat Macfarlane.
Manuel Re is vs. James Carty,
damage, claim for $200. Being
tried before a foreign jury. Partly
heard yesterday and continued until
A. C. Smith and C. Creighton for
plaintiff; P. M. Hatch for defendant.
rpiIE undersigned having received ox.
JL Austrnlla u shipment of Counter
typhous of nn impiocd type, arc-now
prcpaiudto supply saloons and others
wltn riain Sodu, Ginger Ale and Tahiti
Lemonade put up in this convenient
form, at low rates.
J. B. imOWN & CO.,
Proprietors Tahiti Lemonade Works,
28 Merchant Street 00 lin
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Planner,
10 feet long, C feet IS inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and Bulls nil
complete; 1 22 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and Balls all complete Apply to.
JJ. It. HYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. Til ti
Furnished Room Wanted.
By tbe S. S. Mariposa, due here on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu
with the balance of Hie Stock of Goods ad
vortisocl to arrive here on tho Australia.
The Goods which wore purchased in San
Francisco arrived on tho Australia and are
now open for inspection, but those pur
chased in New York did not arrive in San
Francisco in time to be shipped on that
steamer owing to some delay in railroad
They will be hero, however, on the 12th,
and will be well-worth inspection to which
the iublic is cordially invited.
of good character
wishes to obtain a
pleasant furnished Room in a desir
able locality, within SO minutes' walk
of the Post Ollice, where he could bo
served with coffee before leaving the
house. Please address "ROOJliJK,"
f O. Dox No. IJ51, stating locution,
lowest pi ice, etc. 10 3t
Tho amended Fishery Treaty wil
call for a new school of fish.
The Morning Star came up from
Rtik in 43 days. Has had good
weather all the voyage, and Capt.
Garland brings her back in splendid
condition as far as looks are con
cerned. Miss Dr. Ingersoll was left
at Ruk with Mr. and Mrs. Treibor,
expecting to go back to Ponapc when
the Star returns. All wero as well
as usual on Ponapc. Miss Fletcher
talks of coming up on the next trip
of tho Star. Tho new Spanish Gov
ernor was showing a kindly spiiit
and wise management, yet tho na
tives will not endure any arbitrary
rule. The Mission property at
Kenan was taken by tho Spanish
authorities, as tho best laud with
tho best harbor, for their buildings.
Within a largo stockade a foit of
stone and unul is being built. Rev.
K. T. Doano has moved into Mr.
Sturges' old house at Oua. Tho
people on Kiisuie are repoited all
right. The Hawaiian missionary,
Rev. W. N. Lono, on Malnnn, has
had an attack of fever, Apeinama
chief hnd brought about a stampede
of tho COO church members to old
heathen vices, One passenger, a
Mr. Slioltz, was
KALAKAUA TO THE
We clip the following from an
English paper, which refers to the
Prince and Princess of Wales' silver
Saturday's proceedings at Marl
borough House are thus officially
The Queen; accompanied by Prin
cess Beatrice and Prince Henry of
Battcnbcrg and the Duchess of Al
bany, visited the Prince and Prin
cess of Wales on Saturday morning
to offer them their congratulations
on tiic occasion of their silver wed
ding. The King of the Belgians,
Prince and Princess Christian ami
Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Hol-
stcin, tho Duke of Cambridge, the
Duke of Tcck and Princess Mary
(Duchess of Tcck) and Princess
Victoiia and Princess Francis of
Tcck, and Duke and Duchess Paul
of Mecklenburg likewise visited
their Royal Highnesses for the pur
pose of congratulating them. The
Tuikish Ambassador and the Min
isters of the Netherlands and Rou
nittnin, and the Charge d' Affaires
of the Hawaiian Islands, were re
ceived by the Prince and Princess
of Wales to present the congratula
tions of their respective Sovereigns.
The Chargo d'Affairs of tho Hawai
ian Islands presented at the same
time from the King and Queen a
largo wooden bowl mounted in sil
ver, mado from a gigantic acorn.
The Fiench Ambassador was also
received to offer to their Royal
Highnesses tho expression of his
good wishes on tho part of the Pre
sident of the French Republic and
the French Government.
Plans arc being matured for the
holding of a Faithcure Convention
at Williams Grove, Penn., in June.
Pennsylvania Democrats who have
faith in the reelection of President
Cleveland on a free-trade platform
should go to the proposed conven
tion for treatment. They can have
their faith cured, however, a few
months later, by reading the Nov
ember election return. Norristown
EECEIVED Per "Mariposa," April
16th, Apples, Oranges, Pears, new
Potatoes and Onions, Cabbage, lino
Smoked Salmon, etc., etc., at the Cali
fornia Fruit Market, King street. 18 3t
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advortUo in tho Daily Boi.i.ki in.
IF YOU re illy want your money's
worth of the (lncst Ifomc-Madc
French aud Plain Candies, tlm most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Fnctoiy, Bakery and Ico Crcum
Parlors, established 1SC3. Hotel, oppo.
bite IJcthel street F. If on, Practic il
Confectioner. P.istrv Cook and Ornu-
mentcr. 1. S. The only placo where
the Gcnuino Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 16 tf
Tho Waikiki residence of ilr. Fred H
llaj selden bituatcd ut Kapioluui Park
between the residences of Hon. Y. G.
Irwin, and Mr. Frank Brown, Is offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to the undersigned.
92 tf FRED H. HAYSELDEN.
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwiu & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and jtfew Chromos, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Erames, at
THE BEST ICE CREAM,
X itnU CauuIeR at tho Klile.
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
feineu bilbcr Waaicn fur Hoch.
'Its Ieechenko zum Vcrkauf bei M.
Mulnerny. OS tf
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purohas.
iug wedding prceiiu will find a
tluuntjbottinent of Solid Silver Ware at
tho store of M. Mclnerny. 013 tf
The premises nt Kalihi Valley adjoin
ing the residence of 3Irs. Marklinm nnd
known us tho Guerrero Homestead. They
consist of three distinct lots, viz:
1 Houso lot upon which stands a sub
stantial two-story houso and oul-houscs.
Aroa about 1 3-4 acres.
2 Houso lot ol about 3-4- ol an aero.
3 Houso lot and taro land. Aroa about
2 1-2 acres.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSiVRRAT,
74 Merchant Street. tf
Fuvnlshetl Cottage To Let.
VERY desirable roomy
Coltifje, finely located.
neatly furnished and com.
pleto in every respect, with stables, car
riage House, etc., on the premises, can
be leased at n very moderate rental, for
a length of time, by a desirable tenant.
l'J 3t No. 70 cor.
Fort &, Merchant sts.
LEASE for SALE.
LEASE of property on King
street, near cemetery,
with dwelling houso thcicon.
Lease 3Ji years to run. Buildings may
bo icmoved nt expiration of lease. Price
$11)0. Apply to
17 lw .T. E. BROWN & CO.
COTTAGE TO IiET.
Bags, Dressing Cnses, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
WEST & CO.'S.
Doll Carriages, Boy's
"Wheel Burrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Carts and Small
.lin Post onice.
able lor a bachelor.
Rule, where ho
two mouths for tho Star.
brought up from
had been waiting
THE TOBACCO HABIT.
"In ever' land and in every climo
where the use of tobacco prevails it
causes degeneration, degradation,
debasement physical, mental and
moral disease and death, or indi
vidual and national decadence."
Such is 'the statement of Dr.
George J. Ziegler in an article on
"The Tobacco Poison" in tljo Sani
tarian. "I do not believe there is any
moro harm in smoking a cigar or pipe
after eating than there Is in drink
ing tea or coffee. Any luxury car
lied to excess carries with it a pen
alty, For my own part, I consider
that sinodng'acts as a sedative and
equalizer of the temper, assists
digestion and is a umdiuui of socia
bility among mon which should not
,So says Dr. A. IS, Adams of Dan
bury, Conn., in an article entitled
"Is Smoking Iiijinious?'
The doctois disugico, but theiu
can bo no doubt as to whoso viow
is nearer the truth. The bioad
statement of Dr, Zleglcr is cou-
ONLY READABLE PA-
iii the Klninium "leu
Bulletin." 60 cents per month.
J. M. MONSABHAT.
CLEAN RAGS ami second hand
clothing wilt be gratufully rcceiv.
cd for thu use of the inmates of thji
Brunch Hospilnl for Lepers at Kakuako,
or at tho Leper Hcttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Wttierhousc, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store. Ufcf tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
MIHS, P. TIIIELE,
On Ik'rctaniu street near Piikol.
(Formerly McGulro's Ilonee,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
AlfiO, French nnd German taught, aud
Music Lessons given,
A tnfo con vcj unco will call for nud re
turn children living nt a distance.
72 MuiurI Telephone) Nn. BUI. fSni
HPHE BEST PAPER to subscribe.
JL for is tho "Dully llullotlu." 00.
cents per month,
TUltEE COTTAGES in
at the Fish Murket.
COTTAGES TO LET.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes
Violins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order at
G. WEST & CO.S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
rpwo COTTAGES fully
JL appointed, btuutifully
located, within 0 minutes'
walk of the Post Ofllce. An opportu.
nlty Beldom olleicd to becuro a comfort,
able liomu within easy rcucli of tho
business part of tho city. For parti,
culars Inquire at
001 tf GUUOK'S AOKKCY.
. COTTAGE TO LET ON
BimVLLN Piikol and Kec.
numoku strccti, lot runs
tbrouKh to KinauMiet, 100
fert fiouiuge a-ol pasturage. Cuttigu
conttitiii fi room., orilu'p houso and
itables for 3 or 4 IuubOJ. Haul fc-'O pi;r
uiontu. Apply to ,
J. K. SHOWN & CO.,'
C4 tf "3 Merchant street.
HAS JUST JIECEIVED
Dupeo Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Poik, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon
t Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Gcrmea',
HucliiuH & Franco American Ifccd Co.'s AMxort'd Soups,
Iiidgcs Food, Imperial Grnnum, Holled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flako & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafeis, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes
Dates, Nuts, Apples, Fiench Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds'
Wheat, Flour, Butter, llouoy, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General fissor't ot Staplo Sl Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
82f Loave your orders, or ring up 119. -nj