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X1 IX 13
TUESDAY, JULY il, 1888.
July 2- ,
BlUne Mary Wnkelmanu, 12 day from
,1ulv3 , ,
II B 31 S Ilvni'lntli Irom Coquhnbu
Bk C B Brvant from San Francisco
Stmr YV G hull from Uowalt aim Maul
J A Cummins Jiom Kool.iu
Stmr ullauca for llnmnkim at 5 p in
H S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Walaleale for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 n m
For Maul and per stmr I.lkellke, July
2 F W Damon, Htm P 2s Makce, iMis
C M. Hyde, uhas 1C Hyde, Bev loscpa
and wife, dipt in Potter,'Cnptaln A
McGregor and others.
For Maul niul Hawaii periston' Klnau,
July 2 E II Bailey, Miss Belles, Mrs K
Bolles, E Lyman, Levi O Lyman, II
Bycroft and daughter, F S Dodge, L
Cabot, Major .ID Holt, lion Biclnud
son and others.
From san Francisco, per bk C D Bry.
ant, July 3 Miss May Lee. Miss Mary
Tuck. Miss Louisa McCarthy, Miss Ba
kcrvllle, Mrs L S Bennett, Lincoln
Hutchinson, G YV Hunt and K Baskcr
vllle. For S.m Francisco, per S S Australia,
July ii MUs A Moircll, L D Brown,
MKs Man- Green, W F Poole's chil
dren (-'), Mrs A O Forbes, .U S Grln
b.ium and wife. Harry Miller. Tro-I Van
Slvke and wife. V F Frcar, Win Ungur
and wile, Sirs. L A .Smilli and on, Dr .1
M i liltney and wile, Mis i aiming. Mr
Banning, ilw M D ooke, J A Hopper,
wifvj and daughter, Miss Tetnploion,
Mrs W L Hopper and 2 children, Dr F
W F Wiebev, Jtosenlierg, Miss Web
ster, u H Bailey, wife anil '2 children,
F L I'.Ulen, L Muller, A F Cooke, i:
Lazaius, Mrs . I Botcison a d child,
-Miss M A Howe, 0 i ehiuaii. MiM Belle
Louisson, Miss Fatten, Mis J L Boss
and child, C Von Mangursim, W Meier,
1 S Dunn and wile. S Jackson, wife
and child, l'rof Scott, F M Lewis, J S
Bartholomew, A Hancbcrg, Bev II B
Gage, Piof A Lyter, u M Cornwell.
Bev Mr ltyan. t, eerane Mrs M
bchcimer and son, .losu Simmon-,, J
Simmons and wife, Miss Bowcn, K W
Kaululaau. uic?c- aiulLUunniughain,
J J ( oughliii, Geo V (Joilin, .1 White
anil wife, W U 11 Taylor, wife and 4
children, Mian, J Burke, K J Kasher,
J no Welsh, 2s 1' Burgess and wife, Misf
O Connor, W A Bowau, 11 A Miner, A
XiKafferty, Mis chroedcr, MrsJ.-au-deimann
and a ehildien. Mrs M Donnell
jiucl daughter. W Wriglit.C Beauregard,
P Mclntyrc, A B 'linker, J.O Beilly, J
Loi.g, J Luch, Frank Ludoswigo, N
ijhimici', .las Clark, W Fiascr and G5
I'oituguese, 21 1 lii esc and 2 Japanese
From Hawaii and Mmii, per stmr W
G Hall, July a H V Ualdwin, Mrs J I
Dowsett and child, 0 Bosse, Lulu Jones,
J Turnbull, A lhiuebeig, W D Alexan
der and 50 deck.
From San Fianel-co, per bklne Tis
covery, July 1 Peter Addlcr, Mrs Add
ler and Freddie .sddler.
From San Fiaueisco, per hktne Mary
Winkehnaiin, July 2 Sam Faeon and
CABGUES FJtUM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrW G Hall 1,085 bgs. sugar, 138
sacks awa, r sacks coffee. 7 hides,
10 calves, 2 horses and 20 pigs.
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cisco to-day, i:i,2i)0 bags of sugar val
ued at $78,0 i0 ; 7"0 s s of rice valued at
,3,7uO and -153 bills of giecn i ides, S
Jjdls of sJiccp skins, 0 bills of goatskins,
200 bdis ot sugar cane, 11 pkgs of gin
ger, 8-1D bnchs bananas auil 41 bxs of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The sailing of the steamer Mika
hala has been deferred until Thurs
Tun Hawaiian Band gavo a con-
- ,cert at Emma Square last night, to a
'moderately large gathering of people,
Mn. H. G. Crabbo is about to open
a hay and grain stoio on King street,
opposite where tho old Station House
. FninNDS of tho members of the
" Myrtle Boat Club will bo welcomo nt
tho club house during tho regatta
Among tho pri.cs to bo competed
for in tho 11. R. A. target shooting
conteBt to-morrow, iH a lmndsomo
Tin: annual ball of tho Anon
Musical Society will bo held on tho
evening of August 0th,at Park Beach
Tim St. Andrew's Church Associa
tion will not tako placo on Thursday,
hut is postponed ono week, when it
, will bo hold at tho lesidenco of Rev.
An ngent for Barnuin has collected
a troup of Samoan fomalo hula
dancers for Barnum's show. Thoy
will pass through hero on tho next
steamer from tho Colonics.
Tim Organ Recital at Kauinaka
pili church, last night, attracted a
good many forofgnors among tho
natives. Mr. YVray Taylor and Mr,
Myron Jones presided in turn, nt tho
magnificont now oigan, Tho choir
of Bt, Andrew's Cnthedral tang, and
to did Piofessor Van Slyko and Mrs,
Tim officers of'lho U, S. S. Mohi
can, which veseol arrived horo from
Sninon. on Sunday, hayo collections
of photographs taken by them dur
ing thoir stay at tho place, One
jioticoablo picture, highly valued by
(he ottlcore, and spoken of ne rt god-
(legs of nuluic" or "tho child of the
Woods," is of ii daughter of tho kid
nnppod King Mnliontoa.
i i ,i .1 I- i - ... iiii I
Titr. U. S. S. Mohican will probab
ly pail on Sunday for San Frnnoipco.
Ax escaped Chinese piisonor was
caught this morning, and HO oxtia
days were added to his time of im
prisonment. . .
Tun baikentinc YV. H. Dimond
will bail for San Francisco on Satur
Tin: missionary vessel Morning
Star will probably sail for tho South
Sea Tslands next week.
Mk. II. Maofarlano has withdrawn
his interest from tho firm of G. YV.
Mncfarlanc it Co.
Mil. II. J. Agnow shipped two of
his horses by tho Australia to-day,
for San Francisco.
Fiioji 7 to 10 o'clock a. m. and
fiom 15 to 7 ii. in. to-morrow firewoiks
will bo on sale at, Mr. Lewis J. Levey's
Hawaiian Social Club's usual
Tuesday evening assembly will not
take place this week ; there will bo
the usual Saturday evening whirl.
Honolulu Engine Company No,
1 will not hold their regular meeting
on Wednesday as usual, on acoount
of its being tho 4th of July, but will
hold an adjourned meeting on Fiiday
the Gth inst.
Tin; S. S. Australia sailed for San
Francisco this noon. She took 15)0
passengers, 02 in the cabin and 128
in the steerage. Tho band was in
attendance and tho scene was like all
other' previous dcpartuies of tho
Mil. Theo. E. Smith, wholesale
conunis-bion merchant of San Fran
cisco, and special agent for Bucking
ham it Ileolils, boot and shoo manu
facturers, is stopping at the Hawai
ian Hotel. Mr. Smith is well known
here through having married Miss L.
Bates, formerly of Honolulu. Mr.
Smith has brought a sample lot of
booots and shoes with him, and has
an ollicc in zoom No. 2, Spieekels'
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge No. 1
I. O. O. F. in its hall on Fort street
at 7 :80 o'clock.
A n.EASiXG and instiuctivo enter
tainment will be givjn under the
auspices of the St. Andrew's Church
Association upon Tuesday evening
next (the 10th inst.), in tho old
church building on the Cathedral
giounds. Theie will bo a lecturo on
tho Literature of the Victorian Era,
by Mis. Florence Williams, and vocal
and instrumental music miller the
diiection of Prof. J. W. Yarndley.
Further paiticulars of tho programme
Tun following officers weic installed
in Harmony Lodge No. '.1, 1. O. O. F.,
YV. C. King, N. G.
F. Wilhelm, V. G.
Geo. Ashley, Secretary.
Chas. J. Fisliol, Tie.isurer.
YV. E. llerriek, YVaulen.
M. D. Monsarrat, B. S. N. G.
R. F. Graham, K.S.V. G.
A. G. 0.
Some people at the Organ Recital
last night wondered why the letters
A. G. O., were placed after Mr.
YVray Tuylor's-.name. Here is the ex
planation: A. G. O., signify Assoei
ateof the Guild of Organists, London.
Mr. Taylor recently had the displo
ma of this guild conferred upon him.
The prerequistes are, to be well up
in harmony, organ construction and
slop combination, transposition and
modulation, and history of the
organ. The council of 83 of the
fading musicians of England, head
ed by Rev. Canon Sir F. A. G. Ousc
ley, Mus. Doc, lias passed Mr.
Taylor as an associate and fully en
titled to the advantages of the guild,
for being versed in the above sub
jects. MR. T. G. THRUM'S SUCCESSOR.
Mr. YV. II. Gracnhalgh is the suc
cessor of Mr. T. G. Thrum in the
business long conducted by the lat
ter gentleman, at No. 100, Fort
street. The business includes books
and stationery of every discription,
toys, fancy goods, art goods, and
artists' materials. To t'iio foregoing
the now proprietor has added news
papers, magazines, and the newest
novels. Ordors will bo welcome
and promptly attended to from the
other islands. Mr. Gracnhalgh
went recently to San Francisco, to
make arrangements for an enlarge
ment of stock, and returned by the
Australia last week, bringing a new
supply of goods with him. With
now goods reduced prices, and
prompt attention, lie confidently
hopes for the continued support of
tho old patrons of the establish
ment and to secure tho addition of
many new ones.
II. 1. M. S. TlYACINTII.
II. U. M. S. Hyacinth arrived
early this morning, 82 dnj-s 12J
hours from Coquiinbo, (.teaming all
tho way and using sail when tho
wind was favorable.
Tho Hj-acinth is a third class
cruiser of 1,120 tons. Rim is 200
feet in length, 38, feet beam, Iihb
engines of 1,190 horso power and
can Btcnm 10 knots,"- Sio carries 8
fi-itieh breech loading, and 1 ma
chine guns nud has 101 men all told.
Tho Hyacinth has come hero to
relieve tho Cormorant, (which vessel
lenves in a few days), and will re
main here, excepting an occasional
spin to sea, until October, when the
Kingship of the Pacific .Squadron, tho
Swiftsuro, is expected.
This is the lirst visit of the Hya
cinth to this port. Dutiug her pas
sage here from Coqulinbo no vessel
was seen until the Bryant was sight
ed, lust evening, and no extraordi
nary weather wa3 experienced. On
entering the harbor she moored on
the Kwa side of the Cormoinnt.
Following is a list of ofllccrs of
the Hyacinth :
Oaptaiu E. G. Bourke.
Lieutenants E. P. Ashe, S. II.
Cardcn, R. R. Growse, A. D. Doug
las Hamilton, and G. Oliver.
Paymaster V. O. S. llync.
Chief Engineer J. A' Court.
Staff Surgeon R. F. Yco.
Gunner V. Salter.
Boatswains C. Clear and G. Trc
velhen. Carpenter A. T. II. Carteret.
Clerk L. Harris.
The aquatic sports for to-morrow,
in celebration of the Fourth, will be
gin at 8 o'clock, willi the Myrtlc
Ilonolulu six-oared race.
The Myrtle crew in the boat Alice
M will be : A. Yv. Carter, stroke ;
Chus. Spinney, 2nd ; E. Wodehousc,
Chns. Purely, A. Lyle, 2nd bow; A.
M. Brown, bow; Clias. Hcrrick,
The Honolulu crew in the Grillln
boat, will bo: O. Branch, stroke;
Thos. Smith, 2nd ; C. Crozicr, II.
Wodehousc, Palsy Hughes, 2nd
bow; A. Branch, bow; YV. Brims,
The race will he over tho regular
bell buoy course. The Ilonolulus
seem to be the favorites in betting
Immediately following the Myrtle-Honolulu
contest, a 12-oared
barge race between the ship's boat
and the navigator's boat of the U. S.
S. Vandalia, will take place, follow
ed by the yai'ht race.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION.
The day will be celebrated in the
At 8 o'clock the six-oared race
between the Myrtles and Ilonolulus
will stait, followed by a Vandalia
At 9 a. m. there will be prize
shooting by the Hawaiian Rifle As
sociation, at their range, King street.
At the same hour there will be a
yacht race, from a point in the har
bor out to and around a stake boat
anchored off Kapiolani Park, and
return to the harbor.
The Honolulu and the Star base
ball clubs will play a game of base
ball, at 10 o'clock a. in.
At 11 a. in. there will be literary
exercises at Little Britan.
At 2 p.m., at the same place',
there will be athletic sports, con
sisting of 13 events; the winners in
eacli event will be awarded prizes.
His Excellency Geo. YV. Merrill,
American Minister Resident, and
Mrs. Merrill will hold a reception at
the Legation, from 2 to 5 o'clock
The observance of the day will
close willi a grand ball in the even
ing, in the Armory of the Honolulu
Salutes will bo fired from the U.
S. F. S. Vandalia and Kakaako
shore battery, at sum ise, noon and
A SCENE OF BEAUTY, GAIETY,
The residence of Hon. J. I. Dow
sett and Mrs. Dowsett, at Palama,
was a scene of beauty, gaiety,
mirth, and happiness last night.
The everyday beauty of the place,
with the numerous well-appointed
buildings and their surroundings of
trees, shubbcry, and llowers, was
enhanced by additions tastefully and
skilfully mode for the occasion.
YYIthin was a teeming profusion of
beautiful flowers; and without, dis
posed around tho main building,
along the walks, and among the
trees and shubbcry, were Chinese
and Japanese lanterns, emitting their
bolft and mellow light, creating a
picture of fairy-like enchantment.
A largo and merry company of liv
ing, moving, activo beings, ladies
and gentlemen, young and beyond
that stage, but mostly young, were
there to perfect tho picture. Sweet
music rang through the rooms and
floated out upon tho open air. To
this the young and gay, and others
so inclined, danced and were merry;
while others, more sedate, sat and
chatted, or strolled in tho soft light
under Hie open canopy of heaven.
Every member of the Dowsett
family, which is a big beginning for
any party, was there ' Miss Dow
sett has recently returned from n
visit to California, and Miss Annio
and Miss Elizabeth are at homo on
vacation from school, and the occa
sion afforded them an opportunity
of reunion witli many of their num
erous old friends. When the party
broke up, past nild-uighl, niul all
retired to their respective homes, it
was willi regret that so Joyous a
gathering should so soon terminate,
but witli hope that tho past may bo
rcpotiU'd in the future.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
J. nuycrllso in the Daily Bulletin.
A NEW CAKE AtlD CANDY STORE.
Messrs. llnrt & Co. of the Elito
Ice Cream Pallors, Hotel Btreet,
have recently removed, in part, to
the Brewer block, on tho opposlto
side of the street; Unit is, a part of
their business has boon removed.
Tho ice cream parlors remain where
they were, but the candy factory
ami candy shop arc inthencw build
ing referred to. The manufactur
ing is done in the cellar below, and
on the ground floor is tho shop,
where the manufactured articles are
exhibited and sold. This shop pre
sents a remarkably neat, pretty and
enticing appearance. There is plenty
of space for advantageous exhibi
tion and room for customers to move
around without crushing and crowd
ing. The large windows are deco
rated with an interminable variety
of candies, and show cases inside
arc also filled with tho same class of
sweets. Other show cases are oc
cupied witli cakes ot variegated or
namentation and varying sizes
shapes. There is not a prettier or
a sweeter shop in this little town
than the new candy and cake shop
of Hart & Co.
REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE.
Hon. YV. R. Ca;,tix, President
Legislative Assembly, Sir: Your
special committee on .. double taxa
tion to whom was referred the peti
tion ot Messrs. Alien & Robinson to
refund to them S30.28 taxes paid
twice, respcctfulh report:
This amount 80.28 Messrs. Allen
& Robinson have paid to the Bank
ing House of C. Sprcckcls & Co.
They also exhibit their regular tax
receipt which your committee is
satisfied included the former
The assessment or tax books do
not show that this amount of $80.28
was paid to the tax collector.
Sec. 4 of chapter 37, Session Laws
of 1880 provides that "Every Agent
... .Banker. ...shall be assessed
separately in respect "of each pro
perty or trust which he represents."
Messrs. C. Sprockets & Co. were
not assessed for this amount as the
Your committee have thus far
been unable to come to any deci
sion in this matter.
II. A. YVlOKMANN,
YV. E. Fostxii,
Late Foreign its.
The bark C. .D. Bryant arrived
from San Francisco this morning,
11A days from San Francisco, bring
ing two days latter news than llie Aus
tralia. YVe are under obligation to
Captain Lee for newspaper files,
from which the following is culled :
The features of the Republican
National Convention's platform are
protection, temperance, bimctalisni,
and sympathy for Ireland.
The latest says that the contest
seems to have narrowed down to
four men Sherman, Alger, Harri
son, and Allison with the possibil
ity of a dark horse like ex-Governor
Porter of Indiana or Representative
McKmley of Ohio.
California will stick to Blaine un
til all hope of his nomination is
abandoned or until victory is won.
Blaine is still in England, and in
the enjoyment of good health.
General Sheridan is apparently
progressing by steady though almost
imperceptible degrees towards con
valescence. In China an alarming rebellion
lias broken out among the people
made destitute by the floods. In
Ilonan and Ilontung the troops are
said to have joined the rebels and
murdered the Government officials.
Dr. Mackenzie left Berlin sud
denly on the 20th June. Ho asked
an audience of the Emperor and was
refused. 'Ilus is regarded as sig
nificant. The Berlin "Post" declares there
is no foundation for the idea that a
change will be made in the Ger
man policy adverse to Russia. French
fears are also baseless. The moon
is moro likely to visit the earth than
the German Emperor to dream of
attacking France only to cam lau
rels. Germany wishes nothing from
Fiance but to bo let alone. As soon
as the French see this tho condi
tions will exist for perpetual pence
A Boulangist journal publishes
the following: YVhcn nil hope of
Emperor Frederick's life was aban
doned Hismarsk, dining with a few
intimate friends, said : "I, who am
considered a bellicose statesman par
excellence, will ho tho Minister who
will with iron grip hold tho rope of
the captivo balloon and pi event it
from breaking away."
J. H. Zukertort, tho chess-player,
Tho late Emperor of Germany be
queathed tho Castle of Cliarlotten
hcrg and tho palaces in Berlin and
Hamburg to Empress Victoria.
Tho reporters of tho "Guulois"
and "Martin" liavo been expelled
from Berlin for libeling the Em
peror in their journals.
A report 1ms gained currency of
uiu nuuiu oi oiawoy, mo .mruacu
explorer. The report is discredited.,
Ahuiiunnu butter, so called be
cause it conies from a ranch of that
name, is a first class article. Tho
quality of butler, in the premises, is
regulated by the quality of tho cow,
the feed, and the climate. At Alitii
manu theso three prerequisites are
favorable. The conditions for
manufacture are also favorable, and
the manufacture is superintended
by persons who know how to do il.
But after all, "the proof of the pud
ding is in the eating," and so is the
proof of butter. The product of
Ahuimanu will stand this test any
day. Take it fresh as it comes from
the ranch, mid there is nothing
equal to it in this maikcl. Lewis &
Co., grocers, Fort street, are the
local agents for tho Ahuiinnnu arti
cle; but remember if you want the
best j'ou must get it new. Butter
is one of those things the delicate
flavor of which cannot be preserved
long, even on ice. The Ahuimanu
Ranch, on the other side of this
island and some twelve or fifteen
miles distant, sends to Honolulu
about 1,200 pounds of butter
THE LATE EMPEROR OF GERMANY.
On Sunday morning at the 11 : 15
service, nt St. Andrew's Cathedral,
recognition of the death of tho Em
peror Frederick was made.
Among those present were: II. R.
II. Princess Kaiulani, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs. II. F.
Glade, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaefcr,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ilackfeld, and
Mr. and Mrs. II. YV. Schmidt. The
Revs. J. YV. Sellwood of Oregon,
and John Morris of Dakota, assisted
the Rev. George YVallace in the ser
vice. Special prayers were offered
for the German Imperial family and
the present Emperor. A German
choral was sung by the choir, and
the Gorman National Anthem was
played on the organ. The Rev. G
YVallace prefaced his sermon with
the following remaiks:
Upon the 22d day of March we
met in this place to offer up our
prayeis to the Great Ruler of tho
Nations for tho alllictcd German
people mourning tho death ot tho
most illustrious and righteous Em
peror William, to commemorate his
virtues, and to thank God for the
good example of His servant. Our
thoughts dwelt then upon the heir
of tho Kingdom on whom there had
already passed the shadow of death.
To-day we mourn the removal of
the Emperor Frederick from tho
throne of the Empire, while we give
thanks that this most Christian
prince has gone also to his reward and
to his crown of life. ' For him there
are no more the cares and toils
which arc even his who rules right
eously and in the fear of God. For
him there is no more suffering of
disease, for lie lias entered upon
that invisible stato in which there is
no more pain. His manner of life
during the solemn crisis which
brought the cares of empire to the
bed of languishing tell plainly to all
the world his personal conviction
that he suffered according to tltc
will of God and therefore he com
mitted the keeping of his soul to
Iliin as a faithful Creator.
Certainly there are solemn mo
ments when our thoughts thus Jjturn
to the strong man lingering out the
last days of his glorious manhood,
beckoned away from the splendour
of an imperial crown, from the sov
ereignty of ono of the greatest peo
ple of modern times, from life and
hope, from the sweet affection of
wife and family into that daik un
known where prineo and beggar
stand neither as prince 'and beggar,
but as naked souls before the oyo of
It is not a time for words of eu
logy for picturing the scenes of
his closing hour, or for summing up
the acts of his brief reign of four
score days. He was "a good man
struggling with the storms of fate,"
and God has greatly rewarded him.
He lived long enough to proclaim
the pure principles of truth and
righteousness which exalt a nation.
Germany and England again mingle
their tears of sorrow and garnish
his sepulchre witli the llowers of
hope and tho emblems of love im
mortal. May the Germans motto,
"God witli us," he theirs and our.s
forever ; and when the Master culls
us from the stuto of earthly life
where lie has placed us, whether to
go to our graves down the slope of
lingering disease, or by the swift
stroke of sudden death, may we be
found each one at his post, hope
fully hearing up and doing his full
duty to tho end.
A'otlcca under tlttt haul are charged 10 tenia
per line for lite Aral (meitloi), unit 0 rtult ver line,
utry additional liiierllan,
ONE hundred men can find employ,
went tills ovunini; at the Crllciiou
Saloon, uiiloudini,' Hohoonors of that
(elobratcd Philadelphia Beer. Apply
early. 81 It
rjpHE PHILADELPHIA LAGER
X is tin) Imss lleer. Uu)J at tho
"Anchor Saloon" nud hp convinced.
T.T AWAI I ANTlt ft Taw Co, Gen.
XX tlimiLMi;! juiyo mndo a chemical
oxiiiivinnjhjn of'lho samplo of Turo Flour
whichyou lmvo fciilmillted to mu and
find that wnnn is entirely free from nnv
iiijurlQiiB tiihaiunco whatever, Yours
very truly, Geo, W. Hinlth, Aimlyet,
Houoluhi,Juual,l$8tj. 71 lm
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
1 YVILL SELL FOK
Lais' Mill Dinear
In B.ilbrigan, Merinos and India Gauzo at a
0-23.:EiLik.rJ7 JESJEUyU CrJ?ION
Received by last steamer a Finn and Elegant Line of
Boys' and Childiens1 Clothing
Wlii b 1 oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received diiect from New York
Gent's, Ladies' &
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Opposite Irwin & Co.
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To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES
Black Hhadanies reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black GroBgrain reduced from $1 75 to 81 25.
Black Spanish Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
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Antique Oak Bedroom Suits ! -
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ANTIQUE OAK DINING ROOM SETS
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