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WENNER & CO.
Havpjusl opened out a Laige New
stock of Holiday floods, comprising
Sot and Unset Diamonds, Hroochcs,
vrriiign, Bracelets, Hanglcs, Lncc
.1 Scarf Tins, Kings, Ladies' and
Jenls Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond Collar llill-
-us, Clocks, Sil;iT Watc, etc.
-C6&" Prices within the reach of all.
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant aivd Fort
street. Telephones, 333.
'V XI i3
MONDAY, DEC. HI, 1888.
Bill bk Dmc-coie, 120 ihjs fiom Litet-
Stun- Walnlcale fiom ICiui.il
Stun iliknlial.i from Kauai
Stinr LtkeliKe for Molokai at !) p m
Stmr Iwalan't for l.nhahui and llama-
lviia at l) a in
Sclii Saiah & 1011a for Koolan
ini foUtnc W Jl Dlinoml for San Fiau-
clu llaleal.al.i for lVpeeken
otnir MoKolli for JloloUai
Scln Moi Wahhic for llunuikiiii
VESSELS LEAVING WEDNESDAY.
Stun Lcliun for Hawaii .it p in
Stun Kilancafoi A'smi ami Hawaii at
f p in
Stmr Likulikc for M.mi anil way poits
al ." p m
Stmr .las 3Iakec for Kap.i.i at 5 p m
Stmr'WG Hall for Laluina, 31.ini lea,
Kona, Kan and the Volcano .it 10
o'clock a in
Stnn.Mikai:ila for K.iuai al ! i in
Stmr Kaal.i for Waian.ie .mil Wai.ihu
al 0 a m
Trom Kanai, per stmr Mikaliala, lJec
30 i: F IMbhop, Mrs Oil llisliop, .la
KiiKo and wife, It C.itton, A Slicuccr
and wife, It bpuncci, 31r Aniina, 2 Chi
nese and i.'.j duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likelike 2G0(i lj.igi sugar, 57 bags
com, U0 bags potatoes I'M bides,
and lot packages sumhiea.
1'bo Kaaladid notleae for Waialua
to-day, as v-.is intended, in conseijueiiLO
of teleplionio news tliK lnoinlng tliat
the t-ea K too lough to cftect a landing.
She will sail for tti.it poit, wcatberpei
niittlng, on Wedne-day morning next.
The Kinau ib due to-moirow."
'Hie JhitUbb.uk Uiiuscoie, Captain
Hind, anhed Snu-hi), 12!) days fiom
Liverpool tith a caigo of genci.il iiicr
chaudise. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IlAi'i'Y New Ycnr to all.
Taki: a iido on the tiamway.
Tin: last day of tlio year 1SS8.
Ciunr .fiiblieo Judd gits at Chani
bcife this week.
No band concert at Emma .Sipiaio
A noiici: to Co. C, Honolulu 1U
lles, appeaib olscwheie.
Tin; W. 11. Dimond canic-d a mail
to .Saa FianoiiSco to-day.
AVTKit lo-duy 10 per cent.
Mount will be chaigcd on taxes.
Tiii: new Police Justice got Ihiough
with -12 cihe.s iiihido of two Iioiuh
Tnu steamer V. (J. Hall nails for
Maui and Hawaii at 10 o'clock Wcd
Jin. David Dayton, ei-1'c.ilico .lus
tico will open an oJlico in the Masonic
building, King btieet.
No clcctiie light hint night. Came,
a btoken fchatt of tliu water wheel.
JIny ho all light to-night. Hopu to,
Ls' the m, titer of the bankiujilcy
of 0. Awaug, Mr
T. F. Laiibing was
tliih nioiuiug aiprjiulcd
under n bond of 2,000.
'J'in:iti: will lie double team boiling
"ices, albo boiling to load oaitn ami
ling i.iccb, at Kapiolani J'aik,
I- "low, beginning at 1 o'clock.
.j--)UI , . - .
- 'tcily cxhiliitioii of Hun-Tin-UUtu
nt tl0 Xnwninimo
day Bohoolh oining, wan fauly
giuucli num. ij ... iuKmg ,y Ul0
Willi tiuunut-u. "-
vntious bchools was e.
nt ii mlinw'u i it
,j01l will liavo .mi n wiai."';' ";
'Vhuuday evening .utlie Urgo eu."
,00111 iwtliu isiuuiul of Bl. A,.u5
Piloiy, kimlly Iw"-1 thum by tlm
lo tuo opoiiing of tin
1'uliug Couit lliw inoiningnui miie-li-jiiouil
Akbfuxl unluiluiuud the
"iilionuo with a ulo on thu liullijr.
it llQKHHl HIU V4U.11WV imhm v. ...
n Handbomc New Year's
at a very low prices for
ca&h ; Fine Diamond Htng, Lockets,
Sleeve Links, etc., etc., at
CiOMUS it Wicitms-,
To-Monitow being New Year's day
thcic will be no issue of the lUn.i.K-
Tins moiling the Honolulu Social
Club will hold its long looked fot
dance at their hall, Foit sticct. It
promises to be an ONcecdinnh enjoy
Tin: ChiistniaspraiM'.-onieo at the
Ccnti.il Union Uhuicli lnsl cicning,
was oiy well attended, and the spe
cial music, both vocal and iustiti
nicntal, was excellently lendeied.
Tm: Poitugueae Mutual llenovo
lcnt Society will have an excursion
to Tcail lticr llaibor lo-inonow on
the bteaniei Dwa. The PoiUiguo-o
band will aceoinp.inv the p.uty. It
is the tevcnlh .innieruaiy of the bo
cicty. Tm: Mystic baseball nine will piny
the Minim nine of the Kainchaineha
school a match game of baseball to
niot low at 2 o'clock, at the Makiki
gi omuls, and as both nincbhac been
haul alpiucliee Iho past two wcekb, a
good game may be looked for.
Sunday aftci noon leligioushi'i vices
weio held foi the Japanese ininii
giants at the depot. Itov. Mr. Mi
yania anil his iibbibtniits dclicicd ad
liese. The uigeon of the Taka
sago Maru sjioko to the women and
Mis. T.no Aiulo distributed cake and
candy among them.
Tnmti: wiib a large congregation at
K.iuinakapili Chinch Sunday ceil
ing. The He. Vaiw.lioIe iluli ci eil
an aildiebb on his recent isit to Mo-
lokai. In)l.iecof the anlhcni Mi.
Ailliur Tibbs who e.inie to Ho
nolulu, on the Manpo-a, bang
"The Lost Choid" by Sullivan.
Mi.Tibbs has a eiy cxiellent ba'-b
oice, and bang with much taste.
SUPREME COURT APPOIHTMENTS.
Mr. Henry Smith has been ap
pointed Clerk of the Supreme Com I,
vice Mr. William Foster, resigned.
Mr. J. II. Heist takes Mr. Smith's
place as Deputy Clerk, and Mr. C.
li. Hopkins, Deputy Maishal, as
sumes the position of Second l)e-puti'-
HL'-'.1'.".A,U U' ..
OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY.
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany will open the King sticct line
to-nionow moining, running fiom
the Killc range to King street bridge.
in another column will be round a
time table, and also rules which the
public arc asked to observe. The
fare will be five cents for any dis
tance. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.
An examination for uiicci tilicated
teaecers took place at Foit street
school on Saluiilay, Mr. A. 1 At
kinson, lnspeetoi-( Jcnor.d of bchools
and l'rof. M, M, .'cott being the ex
aminers. The successful candidates
wcie Miss Ilattie Brown, 81 A per
cent.; Miss Lita Wilder, 81; Geo.
A. Capcn, 80 1-G ; Edward Qiiiiui,
79 1-fi, all of whom weio granted
one year certificates. Mr. W. O.
Mullcr was examined this morning,
passing with 90 per cent, and was
giantcd a two years' certificate.
CHARLEY GIVES THANKS.
Chailey, the faithful keeper of
the look-out station on Diamond
Head, lias been presotitcd with a
Christmas box and New Year's gifl.
Capt. Mclntyre collected from the
merchants of Honolulu anil others
the sum of $210.f)0, which, added
to a donation of Sf0 fiom Captain
Godfrej', for the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., mnkes a total of
&2G0.fj0. Tins amount has been le
ceived by Charley, and he desires
the Jiri.i.iTis to lender lo Captain
Mclntyre, Capt. Godfrey, the mer
chants, and all contributors his
grateful acknowledgments. Char
ley is tiuly thanklul to all concerned
for this valuable and acceptable
present, and will do his best in the
fuliirc, as in the past, to show that
he is worthy of it.
Tlio steamer Likelike left the
wharf for the Molokai leper settle
ment at 9 o'clock last night, with
over two hundred persons on bo.ud.
More than double that number had
made application, but it was at
tempted to conliuc pcimils to these
having i datives at the settlement.
The whaif was thronged with spec
tators U) sec licir fiouds off. Hon.
S. M. Damon, by whom the blcauier
was chattered for tlio occasion, was
present dining the embarkation.
Father Lcouor, two or three natic
clergymen- mid Mr. Howell went
with 'Jin coinpany. Mr. C. li. Hey
uuhUi villi iibiiibtnuU, had chaise of
tlio e.spcdi'Jijii, and will bco thill thu
liilob i oil, u i m i ii U uiu vmu;r am
tliuir friuuui ".Mio
til Hiq jciUcmcnt
1 (UQ QW'
ax oi.i iir.siDi:sT or waiai.ua tot nh
A tclcplionc message from Vaia
ltta early this moiiiing staled thai
an old resident of Wnialua on this
island named Johnson, shot himself
Sunday night, in the breast, death
being instantaneous. It appears
that the deceased who has aclod
rather sttangt of late was comers
ing witli his IK year old daughter
Sunday evening about a debt which
ho had contracted. After lln1 con
versation they both icliied to theii
lespcelhc looms. A shoit time
nftorwar'ds the daughter was staitled
by the rcpoitof a gun fio'ii the
direction of her father's room.
Hastening to the spot she opened
the door and found her father lying
on the lloor appaiently dead. She
run out of the house and summoned
sonic neighbors. They found that
Johnson wass hot in the In east
and was dead. The deceased
who lias been a lcsident of Waialua
nearly fot ty years was an harness
maker by Hade and also did a little
farming. He was supposed to be
very well off. Latlcilyhe had been
complaining of a pain in his chest.
Johnson was a widower and leaves
.Just as we ate going to press an
other message has been received stat
ing that an inquest had been held,
the jury returning a verdict that the
deceased was shot by some person
at present unknown. The police
aic at wotk on the ease. J
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
The quarterly exhibition of Sun
day Schools aliliated with Kaumak.i
pili Chinch took place Sunday moiii
ing, in the basement of the church,
untlcr the diiection of Mr. A. L.
Smith. Thcie was a fair sized au
dience present. Twelve schools
took pait and the singing was ex
ceptionally jood allowing walk
A'ottcci undertint head arc ckaigal 10 cent
Iter line jo the first insertion, and S coits per line
ciei y tuldittomtl tiibcrtton.
YAN'S BOAT BTrildJINCt
SHOP. Ki-.n of Lui.u Mill.
CTXTP.A Kino l'i nit
and (Jition Caki
JQi oin.uiieiileil, al the Pioneer Steam
CaiiiU l-'dtloiy in r.aken
"SHE well Known Delicious Mince
JL Pies for New Ycur, at the Pioneer
Steam C.indv Pactmy & Ii.ikcri.
rPHE laigest a intnieiit of Ornii
X liiputvil Pi nit and ( ition Cake foi
New Yeitis Pue:.ts. at tlie Pioneer
bleain Cindy Fattoiy iV, Hakeij.
Hai'lcliiitr, Invlffov.-il iJifr,
I'OII SAM-! OXE.V 1!V
13.11 '-3 Mcrelnnt Street, LI'"
rPHE well known Delicious Mince
X. l'lc for Xew Year, at the Pioneer
Steam C.unlv Faetoiv iV biiken.
13xlvit ITiiK SliiKMj T?icn,
Dolieioiis JCo Cream,
jN"ovv V;JIV Cllv-W,
Choice CitiuIicM, Ss.
AT THE UELITE."
Kiuryiliing is Mo. 1.
with wliite fore.
Iicml, Htr.ivnl up In ihu
llulf.tiy lloiii.. Nun-
k - aim Valley, Pally can
have i-.inn- In inoMiif proputy nnil iny
nig fin iXj.in-.es ami aihortbeinoiil,
Apply lo 1!. WFIEY.
rpo tho Oicdltois
X 0. T. Aktuni,
ot iho Potato of
a lunkiupl, take
That thu uuilcr-ilKneil, As,lguco of
thu Labile of V. T. AKanu, a ban ki apt,
hn-i prei'iiratory in li m Until account
and dividual, tuhiuitlul hid account
as bueb Abiiiyiau and Ibe 1 thu tn-mi
before Hon j; 1'ut.tnn, Jut-lice of the
Hupreiiie (Joint, at his Cliiitnbcrh, lo
whom h will ut 10 o'clock a. i. oh
K1EIDAY, the -Lb day of January,
lbfc'.l, apply for a uuttluiiiuiil ol nahl no
count nud for a ill-cliitie fr uu all lla.
blllly iiHMieh Abfel'iiLe, and fur uu orilci
to miiku a llnul doideii t.
Ai.d thiit any purkou Int'i nhti il may
thou nail thcru appear uml loiiiitkt thu
mini-. W. MAKK'ril.N'S,
Abniyiuu L-iiiie of C. T. AUmia.
'PHE ONLY PAPER uml bv All
I ,,la-.i...'l'li,.l l.itlV ltllll,.llll 1 Ml
cunu jmr mojitli,
(tt TI! It.
held on their
street, oplioilte tne (.oe
Oil MONDAY, JUL 1, 1889,
AT !1 O'CLOCK A. M.
GOVLUXOU DOMIXIS CFP.
Valued at $100, for the highest limine'
irate -.eoic In matches Xo. 1, 12 and !I,
lo become the propel ty of lhe mark
man winning It tlnee t'inie- at the legu
lar muctlncs of the II. H. A.
Won .Inly 5, issil, by J. Iliodie, M.l).
Won .laifuin 1, ISS'7, by Win. Fiiger.
Won .Inly !2.'l", ls,s7. by .1. Jlolbwell.
Won .lanu.iiv 2, ISSs, by C. 15. Wilson.
Won Julj l,l.ssS, by K. Ilu-t.icc.
I. Till: IMIODIL MLDAL.
Valued :iti"0; al-o, -ceond nie, 1-5;
tbinl pile, $2.o0. Condition- of the
m.itcli: Open to all ineiiibei- oftlieAs--oelatlou
and uii-mhci-, of the lejjiibir
ami olunteer milllai', eompanie-' of tlic
Kingdom, to become the piopeity of the
nun U-inan winning it tlnee tunc- at the
u'gulai meeting- of the II. IE. A.
Di-tanee, !i00 ,aul-; loiuiil'-, 10; any
inilit.uy tillc under lhe uilc-; limited to
oneeuin to each eoinpetiloi. P.ntianee
Won.Iamiin l.lb.ii.ln Win. Fnger.
Won .Inly .".. ls.Mi. bj V. j. Wil-on.
Won .Iauit.il v 1. 1-.87.1jv U. IJ. Wilion.
Wi.n July 2.1, lssj, lij-T. McDeiniott.
Won .1auu.li y J. lss. by Dr. liiodlc.
Won July I, lt-sp, by J.'n. Kiber.
II. THE ALDKX PJllTT AND TA1EO
Valued at S100; al-o. a hoenml piie
ot f."i; tbinl iiie. L'.HO. Condition-:
Open lo all eomei-; to become lhe pio
peily of lhe ni.iik-iii.iu winning it tlnee
time- al legul.ir meeting- of ibe II. IE.
A.: 2 vtiiiig- of 111 .hot', each at "iOO
.iid lange-; any inilit.uy lille iiinlei
tbciules; limited to one entij foi e:uli
coniietilor. Lnlianec fee Si'
Won Julj ."., IssO, by. I. I'lodie. M. 1).
Won .I.miii.u.n l. ls-,7, b W. I'. King.
on July 2.!. lb-.:, b .1. JEolhwell.
V -in .Li'iu.ii-) 'J, P-.--.. by W C. King.
, Won Jnl 1. isss, Ijj 1. Ilu-tate.
ill. II. IE. A. T1EOP1IY.
Valued at $1.")0. Compctitoi-. limited
to niembeia of the Aoei.ition. Condition-
Pot tlie highe-t aggiegate score
at 200and.l00 aid-; 10 loiuid- at each
distance; any mililaij lillc under the
uilc-; to become the pioperty of tlie
marksman winning it thico times at
legular meetings of tlie II. IE. A.. En
ti.ince fee, jl
Won Jaiiu.iiy 1, I6.sfi,bvl'..l lliggius.
Won Julv :, IbSii. liv J. Ihodlc. 51. I).
Won .lanu.irj 1, ,ss7, bv Win. 1 ugcr.
Won July 1!:!, 1S-7. bj J-. P.ioilie, .u.D.
Won .laiiu u y J, 1SSS, by Ilu-taec.
Won July 1, lS.ss, by 1"! llu-t.iLe.
IV. MID-lEAXGi; 01IAMPIOX.SII IP
Por A ocl.Uion Il.ulge. To bo worn
by ibe winner until his -coio is beaten
at any legulur nieetlng of the II. It. A.
Limited to membei- ot the As-oclation;
10 loiiiid-. :iL .IOO anil (.00 yaid-. Kn
tr.incc fee, 1.
V. ASSOCIATION SKCOXD-CLASS
Silver Meil.il. Open lo all mcinbeis
of the A oeiation who have ncwr made
a lecoid eM'ceding 7.'i pel cent, at any
legulai meeting ot the II. IE. A. Piie,
a hi ler .Medal.
Condition-: IEoiuiil-, 10; dbtancc,
200 yaid-; any niilii.ui liile iinilrr the
lilies, r.ntiance. 1. Liitile unlimited.
VI. WAIMANALO OOLD MLDAL.
Pie-enled by Hon. J. A. Cummins,
To be shot for at 200 anil iiOO yind-. 10
-hots at e.ieh distance. Open to iiirm
lieinwhn lme neer won u III st class
))iic. To become the piopuily of the
iimi ksiiiaii winning it tluco lime. Ln
tl.ilice fee. Si.
VII. HYACINTH CI'P.
Pie-enledbv Lieut. L. P. Ahlie, Dr.
IE. F. Yen and Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become lhe propciiy of
the iiiail.Fiii.iu winning it twice. 7 i-hotn
at 'MO, .IOO ami IiOO y.uds. .Mllllan
lille; any position. Luiiance fee, 31. '
STAN DA III)
200 yaiils. Open lo all comen. Mill
larviillc. rnliiiilteil eutiies. 1'ntr.iiu'e
feo 51. riii-t prle, 6M; L'nd, 41.1; lid,
10; lib, &s; ,-itb, gr; L' prizes of ai!.r)0;
1 of $1; 2 of W) cunts.
.Some oy Miluablu pil's, and a
in lo for eM-iy body. Any lille; 5
iniimls; dlnlauce L'lio yaid-. Xo ah ot
net tilcie allowed. Knliies unlluill
Cll. 1 ntl.lliee fee, &l.
Xo entiles will be iniulc bufoie the
tiny of the match, and pci-Mins will
shoot nccoiiliiif; lo I In; iiumbei on theh
All peieonswho h,i o niailo over Ml per
cent nl any gcnuial nieetlng of the n
It. A. will not ho allowed, to ctniipcto.
Ooiiiiult(ye mi Clliuiis' pilivi
J. J. Williams,
J. II. hoi'iui,
L. O. Winn:.
.1. IHIODIi:, M. D
V. II. NlUOLb,
fcVcietary vTie.iMiiy. I'.'O td
ALL parllui iudubted In '. H, l.uco
. on tho Kftih tlay of liupiutnlicr bikl,
il tCdtiLNtgi lu ketlfi up ihulr uaeiiiinu
at mwiB. W. . lillOll.
liy hUaUuiiuiy-lii-fiici, Plunk Drown,
THEO. P. SEVE
lias taken the Studio formeily occupied
by A. A. Motiiaiio, comer of King
and Foit tiert. and i pre-
paied to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
rrinllnn Oinie lop AniutvurN,
Cabinets $G a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
CS" Kiitiniiei on Foil .Sticct. gsa
For Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr. Lozicr's Cherry Cordial
Atrial, nud the ino'l violent cold
will, in a kliort tlnn' be
The Fastest Machino in the World
Lentil & Commercial AVork
Result ol Special Contests (or 18U8:
Cim innai i, July anih Itcmingtou 97
words per minute
Ni'.w Yoiiu, August ltt Remington
won ltt, 2nd, !3ril and -1th Pri.es.
Tor.ONTO, August l'iih lEcmington
won (championship of the wotld) Oo'd
and Silver .Medals for highest speed eci
recorded 90 words per minute, exclud
LAKKtJi.onar.,N. Y. MeG in rin broke
the record, writing on the Itcmitigtoti
10S 3 5 words per mimile, eiclmling
eriois; writing blimlfohl 107 wonU pel
C3r"'ro be had with or without Cabinet:-,
W. Iki. GIFFAJU),
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. H. Letters nddresred to the Aj,reiil
c.o. W. G. Irwin & Co. will linu pimnpt
attention. dec 20 S3
Prmcipil ltt. llev. Alfred 'Wi.' s,
I). D , Hishop of Honolulu. V, "-
.Mii-lcr Jolin Push, K-q., 'London
Umveibity, M. C. P. Certilicateil lo
leach Drawing by Science ami Ait De
partment, South Kensington.
Ass-istant Miss Annie M. Prccott,
Curtilicaled by Hoard of Supervisois ot
the Public Schools of the City of lloston.
The School will
re open after
The School enjoys a healthy situation,
po:ses-es a spacious Schoolroom, '-.ml a
large well. ventilated Dormitoiy. Uveiy
iittenlion is paid to the hialth ami com
fort of the -cliohu- Many old p.ipils
are now in excellent positions-.
Pies "".I fid per iinnum
Hoys under 10 Jian pin muiiiii.
Days Sebolirs....riO cents pei wicl..
Hoys over 11 -Jl pel wed..
All payments must be in advance.
aFor udmision apply to
129 'Jw Till: PJELVCIPAL.
A Place lo Make a Good
The Best Company
Life Insurance Go.,
Of NLW YOIEIC.
Will sell j on a Policy of Insurance which
is IncoiiieMable after Two Voiih, .mil is
an absolutely safe imesimeul. Cull on or
. it. sa-,
Honolulu, General Aj-tnt, Hnvvuibiu
Islands. net il 88.1y
For Your Wi & Glilldren
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORSC
The Actual lit Millb nl ilni- Policies
paid Miiee iB-'J, ha lij l.ir
Iilcii git.ucr Ihuii tho-c
Ol in y oibei
Over $1,000,000 Insuranoe In Force
(J,i Tluu UUiul-i,
full inulliiHlau, 1 11 1 1, u'.e ,
0. o. ai:it-is;it.
11 unci ul Ancnl Hu'-viilliui
IB S 8
' F : iJtti Bi n A" " G6 in 6 n
u 4tA n 11 u vk If EitlEIEIfjUU
Mr. Ehrlicli l)ois to inform his mini-
erous patrons and tlio public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1S88.
-s rJ? la e ai-
JtD-C3S--A.IV Ac COMPANY.
WW HAVE KKCEIVED A SI'LEXDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Ms Stital) for Jib HoMay Season
SiiLin Table ScarfH, Sbadud 311181108, Velvets, Surabs,
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Full Hue of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wo call pellicular attention to our fine (-.election in
Cusiom-mafle Glotiiiii for Gems, Tutti k GUUm !
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Sty le If ymi want hoinctliing eiy lino in
Ladies' & Misses' Boots, Sloes & Slipjers & Gettis' Gaiters
Call on us hcfoic going elbcwhcie.
CSrMis. I. C. Rowe's beautiful work
See B. F. Ehlers & Co. s Stock
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&L0YE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
III I'lituri', BlrH. 12. .Small will l prcpm-eil to do
Ctilt'ny and FitlJiiy;.
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Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Loner PrUes tlniu ever huforc. New iti-iolce u
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEH'L MBRGHANDISH.
Nvll iiM uh Piinoy Cvoodw, In Jjiii'ife A'arloty.
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I Iuts & Cap-,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
in Point Lacos on exhibition heroS
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