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FRIDAY, DEC. C, 1880.
Stiur J A Cummins from Konlau
Dae C -Am
bktno V U Dlmond, Drew, for Sun
Schr Luku lor Hawaii
Htmr Klnnu for llllo imd way ports at
!3 p m
Stmr O It Bishop lor Walanae, Wulnlua
nml Kooluu ut "J a m
Stmr Jus Makee for Knpan at 5 p m
For San Frnnclsco, per bkttio W II
Dlmond, Dec 0 Mrs E I Drew and
child, II Loi ouzo, vtlss .M Tuck, G
Christiansen, wife and 4 children, S
Sclinrsch, 11 J Stein.
For Aluul and lliiwull, per steamer
Kluau, Dec 0 J A Glhnau and biide,
Sirs Capt Taylor, Airs Walton. MIsj
Sunders, Hun J A Magulre, V F
Tlitum, J F Brown, Rev J Oltube, G O
Naeaynmn, K Katsntu, Viscount T
Toill, 3 Klnnun, Lieut Piltohatd, F
51 Hatch, T J ilayseldcn aud two sous,
CJ Fallt, O A Peacock, A Uartenbcrg.
The steamers Ltkellke and Lchua arc
duo on Sunday muming.
Thebaikeutlno W 11 Dlmond called
to-day for an Francisco with 1,222 bgs
rice snipped by sing Chong & Co ; 200
bags rice, by M s Gilubauin & lo;
1000 bags llec, by .Hymuu Bros; 200
bebs banauas, by Campbell, Marshal &
Co; aud 80 bancla 'molasses, by J II
Bruns, Sr. Tho cargo was valued at
GILIIAN-BROWN At the residence
of the bride's mother, Wulklkl,
November 5th, by tho Rev. G.
Heckwlth, D. 1) , Joseph Atherton
j Uilman to Minnie Blown, both of
A SEASIDE WEDDING.
Sir. J. A. till man anil Hiss 3tnnio
U iov n United In Marriage.
Yesterday evening a very interest
ing event took place at the residence
of Mrs. C. H. Brown, Waikiki. It
was the marriage of Mr. Joseph
Atherton Gilnmn to Miss Minnie
Brown. The young couple aro wall
and fuvorably known in society cir
cles in this city, both being quite
popular. The ceremony, which was
confined in its witnessing to the im
mediate relatives and friends of tho
contracting parties, took place at n
quarter before eight o'clock and
was performed by tho Rev. E. G.
Beckwith, D. D., pastor of the Con
tral Union Churoh. At half past
eight o'clock the newly married
couple held a leccption, and .for a
long time there was a constant
stream of iuvited guests coming to
present their congratulations. The
interior of tho main bouse and ibo
lanai were most beautifully decor
ated with flowers, evergreens and
flags, while colored lanterns, hung
all over the grounds and in front of
the different cottages, presented a
scene that will not soon bo forgot
ten by those present. A small yacht
anchored near the -beach was alio
illuminated with lanterns.
The invited guests, who included
a large number of our prominent so
ciety poople,were cordially received
as tbey arrived, by Mr. aud Mrs. J.
P. Brown, and conducted "to the
main parlor. Here they were greet
ed by Mrs. Brown, mother of the
bride, Mrs. Giiman, mother of the
groom, and Mrs. P. C. Jones. Pass
ing into the parlor they found the
bride and groom standing underneath
most unique floral decorations, in
shape of tho monogram G. B., tho
lijtter G of pink and red roses,
while the B was of white chrysan
themums. This was in placo of the
.- usual marringo bell and was much
admired. Tho bride looked exceed
ingly well in a robe of cream tricot
satin made with a train. Sho wore
n veil with lilac blossoms. Miss
Carrie A. Giiman, sister of the
groom, was bridesmaid, and Mr. E.
Faxon Bishop, besmon. The pre
sents sent to the happy couple com
pletely tilled the main room of one
of the cottages, and were of much
eleganco and beauty, comprising' al
most everything that such occasions
call for. Soon after tho reception
Prof. Sauvlel performed several se
lections on the piano, and later on
the Hawaiian (Quintet Club attend
ed and roadercd vocal and instru
mental niuaiu. The guests sat in
groups on the lanai or sti oiled near
tho beach enjoying the cool breeze
from the ocean. , Light refresh
ments were served during the even
ing, Messrs. Hart & Co, being the
caterers, which moans that they
were of the very best quality. On
the wedding cako was the mono
giam G. B. Mr. and Mrs. Giiman
left on the Klnau this afternoon for
Haiku, Maui, wliero they will spend
their honeymoon, to be absent a
month. The Bulletiw Joins in wish
ing them many years of wedded
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
DT J. V. MOnOA.
At 10 a. m., regular cash sale,
when will be offered diy goods, cloth
ing, groceries, crockery nnd glass
ware, wagon and double harness.
At 11 a. in,, one imported black
gelding broken to single and double
r t. J. LCVET.
At 7 p. m., evening sale of a
choice line of holiday goods soleoted
for the Christmas season,
LOCAL & GENERAL-NEWS.
' CoansroxDrucs on fourth pa$.
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Tiik MuuhHtilcs' Union meets this
osoning. Important btisinosf.
Tin: S. S. Australia in leaving fan
Friincihco to-day for Honolulu.
Mil. 11. W, Wilcox will open the
political ball nt llio Fish Market to
The ICitmti on her next trip ktues
December 17th, and will leturn Tuee
day morning the 21th.
Fon a whole week the 1'. 0. A. has
been advertising n stoic lo keep open
every night until 0:301
Business of importance will bo
brought up nt the meeting of tho
Honolulu Arion this evening.
i m t
Ciiowds arc attracted ovcry day by
tho beautiful display of jewolry suit
nblo for piescnla in Wcmior it Co.'s
One of tho evonta for next Monday
evening will bo tho organ recital nt
Kuuuiakapill church. Tho pio
grutnruo will appear to-morrow.
Tub baseball games to-morrow
afternoon at Mnkiki will bo us fol
lows: Aliioliinis and Roads it Bridget
nt 1:30; Iolanis and Valley Bovs at
Mr. John A. HasBinger, chief clerk
of tho Intel ior Department, has our
thanks for n copyof tho new election
law, in handy pamphlet form with
The Intei ior Office received tend
ers yesterday for a new jail at Lttha
ina, Maui, but as they were all in
excess of government estimates, no
contract has been awarded.
In the Police Couit thiB morning,
Garley, an habitual drunkard, was
fined $11, and a native $6 for drunk
enness. Seven Chineso charged with
gaining and three for having opium
unlawfully in possession wero re
manded to tho 10th.
A Chinaman whs arrested yester
day and taken to the Police Station,
information having been given thaV
he was the murdererof the old Chi
nese couple u Koolau some time
ago. When confronted with the sons
of the muidured people they said ho
was not the man and he was at once
The Hawaiian Social Club was re
organized yestorday eyeningwitli tho
following otlicers: President, J. II.
Reisl; Vice-President, V. Walters;
Secretary, N. Fernandez ; Treasurer,
A. Gonns. Preparations nro being
in ado for the next reception which
will takeplaco some timo during
holiday week, and tho committee
will spare no pains to make it tho
affair of the season.
At noon to-day Auctioneer Has
singer of the Interior Department
sold the following awa licenses for this
island for the year 1890: Honolulu
No. 1 J. I. Dowsett $500, No. 2 V. H.
Cummiugs $500, No. 3 O. Manaolu
$550 ; Koolaupoko, W. P. Wood $400 ;
Koolauloa, W. H. .Oumminga 110;
Wuialuu, Kaiaikawaka $250; Ewa
and Waianae, C,B.Maile$3S)5. Total
Mk. L. J. Levey's auction room
presents a vory beautiful appearance,
tilled as it is with the holiday goods
to be sold Saturday evoning by order
of G. W. Macfarhino & Co. There
are some articles entirely new to this
market and Mr. Levey has shown
much taste in arranging them. The
goods are now on exhibition, so do
not fail to seo them. Special accom
modation will be provided for ladies
at the sale.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Installation uf Seir Offlcers nt the
The monthly meeting of the Board
of Representatives of the Honolulu
Fire Department was held yesterday
evening at tho Bell Tower. Fifteen
members answered tho roll call at
opening, and seventeen at closing,
showing only a very fow absent,
Under "communications," letters
from companies were received, an
nouncing changes in membership
and the following named delegates
to tho Board: Engine Co. 1, Tbos.
Wright; Engine Co. No. 2, Henry
Smith ; Engine Co. No. 4, J. M.
Kaueakua; Engine Co. No. 5, Ho
Fon. Their credentials, being ac
cepted at a later stage, the dele
gates were cordially welcomed to
Henry Smith, Secretary and Trea
surer, read his fiiunoial report for
the eighteen months from Juno 7,
1888, to Dec. 6, 1889, both days in
clusive. The length ol term was
.owing to the Board not asking for
last yeut's report, because of the
new law making a change in the olll
cial period of the Department from
annual to biennial, Tho report
Juno7,1888,Balanco to cro-
dit liiBt ncct. . , , , . $
Dec. 5, '89, Receipts to dato.
Drawn from bauU.
Paid to date $1,000 CO
Deposited in bank 200 00
- $1,272 50
BalancoduoTroasurer...,.$ 45 31
The payments included $572 for
relief of sick llremen, funerals, etc.,
830 heinK for care of tho firemen's
lot in Nuuanu cemetery. et as
sets are 82,07 00, bi'ing. consider
ably less than nt previous report.
The report was referred to tliuol
lowing auditing committeo: B. Or
deiiBteln, St. Keohoklolo, and Io
DALLi' U.UJULH5TJ.N': H.OK01UJU, Ji. J., DftQEaiBiaU 6, 1860.
The Secretary then read his re
port as chairman of election, return
ing Chas. B. WlUon, Geo. Norton,
and Jas. H. Boyd ns Chief Engineer,
Kit stand Second Assistant Engin
eers, respectively, for tho ensuing
twn years. He nlso reported hav
ing "received protests from tho op
posing candidates Julius Aauh, E.
11. Thomas, and Henry Kmn -iigninst
tho duclaied instills of election.
Thus. H, Liicai moved, seconded
by Chas. Clark, thtft tho report be
accepted, the chairman aud tellers
of election be dUchmgcd, and the
new olllcers . take tbeir seats. Mr.
Asch insisted that they should take
their seats subject to the protests
entered, which being agreed to the
motion carried, nnd Norton nild
Boyd took tho scuts vnuutcd for
them by Asch nnd Norton respect
ively. The Secretary having read tho
protests, they wero reunited on mo
tion of T. R. Lucas and It. More,
after which tho foi mer moved that
the panics bo notified that the pro
tests had been received nnd tbat the
Board bad taken no action on them.
Mr. Asch rose ut this nnd said
there was no intention on the part of
himself and colleagues in the elec
tion to make any disturbance, but
it was due to themselves to have an
investigation of reports of improper
practices. Tho interval had, how
ever, boen too short to produce spe
cifications and witnesses, but lie de
manded the right, of takiug tho
His claim was informally recog
nized and tho matter dropped lor
tho time being.
Henry Smith was unanimously ic
clected 'Secretary nnd Treasurer,
and he thanked the Board for the
renewed expression of confidence.
Chief Engineer Wilson gave n
brief inaugural address. He sup
posed this was the first time a pro
test of this kind had been entered,
but fortunately he was still their
chief and could remain so until an
other wa9 duly elected, and he had
no doubt the u.embers of the Board
bad been legally elected under the
new laws. Prom the tenor of the
protests he did not see any sufficient
point on which to base their claims.
It seemed the only basis of the pro
tests was supposition, aud he hoped
when the matter is thoroughly in
vestigated it would result so. Lot
ting the protests rest he wished to
mako a few remarks on the pros
pects of the coming term. Thoy all
knew that the Department was not
amply provided for, although the
apparatus was sufficient. They wero
lacking in accommodation for the
apparatus. Tho companies weio up
to their complement of members,
having polled the other evening
within eighteen of their full legal
number, about the biggest showing
the Department had ever made. But
it was his intention to place the De
partment, if the requisite assistance
could be obtained fron. the Govern
ment, . in an Al condition. They
had been encouraged by the Gov
ernment in regard to a new Bell
Towor. Ho hoped and the Ministry
themselves hoped that the appiopria
tion would be granted by the coming
Legislature. The Ministry would do
their part towards the Department's
support, and if they were successful
there was no doubt of the Depart
ment being properly served. H
closed with a reference to the effi
ciency displayed by the Department
during the past eighteen months.
There hail been fifty or sixty Ores
in that time, but nearly every one
was speedily controlled. It was not
because the (Ires were small, but
through the energy of the com
panies, that numbeied one less than
formerly. With his now assistants,
he hoped for equal efficiency the en
suing term. Thanking them for
their support in the past, he hoped
it would bo continued in the futuro.
Tho First and Second Assistants
also made brief speeches, promising
to do their duty to their utmost
i1 1 1 ijjjij-iii '".ijj
Tho native paper, Ka Oiuio, of
Dec. Gtli, states that they have in
formation that the following names
aro likely to be presented by the two
organizations now in the field :
For Nobles J. S. Walker, H. A.
Widcmann, John A. Cummins, C.
'P. Gulick, D. Dnvton, A. Paleka
lubi, CVpt. A. Tripp, D. W. Pua,
and C. B. Mnile.
For Representatives 1st Ward,
"W. H. Cummiugs; 2d, J. E. Bush;
3d, A. Marques ; 4tli, Thomas Lu
cas; 5th, R. W Wilcox.
Ka Oiuio thinks, if the report it
true, that these worthy gentlemen
will bo tit representatives of tho
people, and their government.
BY a Japnncsn Carpenter, a situation.
Apply at Japanuso Employment
O dice, No. 20 King street. 4IH lit
TWO QirH iu the Millinery Deport,
417 tf I.eudiiig Milhnu' uousn.
MEETING of the Hoard of T
Axi-aclation will he held 'H 'tin Ha
waii n Hn-nl on iho EVKNIQ of
SATURDAY, Dee. 7 18sy, i 7:0
uuliiuU, lur ihu pu'puse of urnmultiK a
pro;! amnio for ho Oh Hi ml annual
Competition on January I, 100, mid to
elect a reontary aid.tnasunr fur iho
ensuing term. By or o
J, n. SOPBR,
410 4 President.
Hawaiian frarai's Go,,
Alteration rf Time Tabloa !
US AND AVtKtl
cAns vriuj uua as rou ow
Kapaiama, 'King Straot ami Walklkl
TO WAIKIKI A half. hourly throueh
eel vice ill uu innlnuinui thmughniH
tho day. Tho first car will leave (he
Compiny'rt Stnblts at Kapalami stfiiil
a.tu , the nexi 0:17, 0-47 a m. etc, nnd
the hislat 11:17 p, ra , nil running thiuugh
to Waikiki. Thetoeais will pa-n Port
strei-l nt 2 and W'i min p'ut fvury hour
ami thu Ktllu Hiugn at 21 nnd 5 mtn.
Ial. A car leaves Kntmlami at 1C r!7
p in for ihn B (lo K.uigu only.
FKOM WAIitlKt-C'ara will leave
WatKlUl Urldgu i r.:47 0:17,0:47 a. ut.
ii ml iviiiy hall hour, iuunlngilitouh to
Knpulnma, ami &-iluic the Klfl'i Knuge
nt b ml ;ti mlu. pit cvrry Injur; Kort
t-tieet at S3 and Bunln ptt. Thu 10:17
p m. from Waikiki tuus to tho ltifle
itsngo only (aicopi ou bun r lays aud
.'Uiiauyi, when It mns llnnugU 10 Mnu.
nihoi atrett);and tho 10:47 p m. from
Waikiki i lite lut through car.'
Till: BUSINESS OAR To meet tho
cuivi) lu" 0 ' f tin; (nHinetH community
the 12 o'clonk and r, u clock p. in. cats
f-iiutoun for WuiKikl will pass Fort
stri'i-t ai G lnln. past luc hour, instead of
U mlu. pbit.
Extra Series on Saturday & Sunday
During the huy portlo-i of Ssturdny
nnu Muiulny ultiinnous me seivico will
ho ilnublftl between thu new loop ou
tho Waikiki ltuml uud the Chinese
Theatre that li, fnur cars will ru
I'ach way within tho hour Instead of
two, as al other time.
FOR TOWN Uirs will leave the
new hinp ci Waikiki Ruml nt 13:40,
1:00, 1:1G, 1:30. oic. until tl.80 p, m.,
ndcsiUK urn It tie !Uce 7 min. laur
utter which the eervico Will he halt
FROM OIIINE3E TIIEATRE-Ors
wlllluivc for tuu Wniiii!it K iad pro.
cocdhiK as far at ths uev loop nt 1 :' 0,
1:1(1, 1.80, l:4fl, otc,unlll 7 p. m., piss
iog Port strvut S mm. liter, after which
thu itrvlce will be btlf hourly aa usual.
itouanu Valley Sanlce.
TO THE WHABF Cars will lvo
Puna uv:ry lllaun mlnmes, enmmeno.
ing at 6:3', H:i7, 7:03, 7.17 a in. and en
on umll 7:17 p. m, after nhlch they
will Uuvo every half hour until 10:17
p m. Thcsj leaving at 2 and Si mlu
jiHRt the hour, proceed vlu school nnd
Kort "tr.'ets; all oiht-rs except the 8:17
anil 0:17 p. m.. viaQuctn Mictit. Ihehe
car9 win paR the Coutrul Union Church
ut 10 mid 40 mlu pu-t thu hour, thu ter
minus bi injf the Inter slttd Wharf.
tiu Sundays the lln-t car will leave
Patina at :l a. m. and thcrcniter aa cu
week ilm s.
FROM THE WHARF Cars wl 1 leave
the iniur 1-laml rthaif every fifteen
mlnutcj, enmmencinq, at 0:17, 7:' 2, 7:i7,
7;i2 a m and 80 on until 7.IM p. m.,
fcrter wnlch they nlll run every halt
hour mull 10:02 p.m. Tlvoa lenvlnir
17 aud 47 mm pat the hour, will pio.
coed via Fort ml U hnnl straits; all
others' exc nt tho 3:0z. B:"3 and lO-OS
.m., na Quoin at eet. On .umUys
he tlrt car will leave the whurf 8..T2
i. m. and thcienftcr as on week ilnya.
Beretanla Street Servlca.
FROMTHE WHABF Para will Jeive
th-t luicr Uimid Wimrf t R:30 n. m.,
nnd every half hour unnl 10 p. m. Thoy
will pass the I'eatrnl Uuiou Churoh 6
mlnu'es after starting. Thoie leaving
at tho hour will un to the Kille Hanga,
and at .Jjo h-ilf hour to Oahu College.
FHOil THE COLLEGE -Cara will
leivu ut,u iiiieK lot the In er NHml
Whar' at 7:0ti a, m., tnd every hour,
un'U u:f p. m.
FROM THE RIFLE RANGE-Cars
Win leuve tuu hitlu King, for the Intnr.
Ulanrt Wlmrf, travuralxg Doretania
street, nt 7.8U a. in., ami every hour
until 0:36 i. m.
TROii PUNAHOU -These cuts will
nass the corner of 1'unnhou and Bere-
lauU utreetB, en toute 1( r the whsrf, M
8 and US minutes past tho hour. 418 Ct
J. E. GOMES,
Hai removed to MuInTny Block, where
lie U prrpnrtd 10 iX"(Ule In first dull
otyle all or 'e-s eniiusi d to hltn.
Watcb Work ft Diamond Setting
Do not fall to call and examine his ele
gant asEor'ment of
lEJoliday : GJ-oocls,
Cnmdtlng of the latest ttylea in
Watches, Diamonds, Jewolry, &c
ILivo just opened out a large new
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising:
Sot and Uuest Diamonds, Brooches,
Eurrings, Braculoto, Baugle, Luce
nnd Scarf Pins, Rings of tho ery
latest designs, Ladies' and Gent.V
Gold and Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vest Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Silverware, 4c, fco.
gjGT Prices witliln tho loach of
all. 411 lm
' EOR SALE,
A fow yonug thoroushhrrtl
Berkshire -:- Boars
from jBiportcd mock.
, uno furnlsiieri.
Also a lew
BASEBALL SHOES nUBBEtl
Untriinmod Hats !
Indies', MIjbsj' and Children's
Bilk, 75o to $1.00.
Boys' Caps - Nsw Styles School Hats
MEN'S WHITE 8HIKT8, Latin.
dried and Uulnumlrlcd.
and a nrlrd assortment of
v 55 & 57 Hotel Street.
Has ji.sl opened nut a lat go assortment
of Goods nultahlo for tho
E-Ioliday -:- Trade
HAND PAIHTED NOYELTIES,
Yes and Ho Dolls 1
And Dollt of overy other des
New Carries, Footballs,
Ami other kinds of Halle.
Doll Curriiigotf, Rocking Horse,
Etc., Etc., Etr., Etc.
Toys for the &1i!lion
5EW irTLEI IX
DBY anil FASOi QOOBS.
T'U1 icturn by tho "Australia" nest
trip, with tho
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
Ever teen la Honolulu, Including the
latttt patterns acd designs In
RUBIES, ETC., ETC.
Frota Oerrcany, Franoe, England and
RESERVE -:- YOUR
you rimlno 1ia Ptock.
well kuown Kill la
Enable him to sul
for optclRl wotk
any fancy in ordfn
I have just received from the manufac
turer In Inland a Iftrpe and assorted
shipment of Irhh L'.nemi of all kinds.
Damask Table Cloths,
In nor nrd beautiful pat'erns wlih
N uphliis to mutch, f torn tbo cheapeat
to the hwt qualities manufactured.
In all itjles ncd prices guaranteed,
IRISH LJLGE HANDKERGB1BPS,
In all stylos and qualities
Of all imUtoi and pattern, the finest
selection ever imported. Also,
Doyley's Toilet GoYers, Towels, &c fie
Alto, a fow very oholco
CABINET: PHOTO ; ALBUMS,
Manufactured ijy Marcus Ward it
40Sif ' XV. O. Si'llOUli!.
ASE.MI-AKXUAL meeting of Iho
hoard uf I rubleeit of the Queen's
llesplinl will beheld ou TUUltrfDAY,
the tith Dercmher, lBbU, at iho rooms
of the Cham bur nf omnu'ree, ut 10
r o'clock a. tu Amendment to thu fly.
F. A. SCHAEFEB,
ttonolulu, Nov, 11, 1S?9, 40 td
j. t. WATnimoiinB.
No. 10 Store
C.. TRADE J
OPINIONS - OF
quifabie Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFrom the Nkw York TniKs, June 22, 1839.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted n ne form of
policy which, like a bank drnft, is a Bimple promise io pay without condi
tions on llio bark.
From tho Cuiuauo IsviaTtOATOR.J
Always ou tlia alort, and ever anxious to givo tlie public tin raojt
advantageous contract in life insurnnco, the Equitablo Life Assuranoo So
clcly of Now York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to Ilberalizu lite assurance in a greater degreo
jwrhups, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this groat company now oomes boforo tho people with a new
contract, the like of which has not boforo been known In life Insurance.
1'rom tho Kr.NTUcm- RnuinTKn, Rlehtnontl, Ky., Juno as, lB8'J.j
Tho Equitablo Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done moro to
orcnte nnd maintain confidence in lifo assurance than any other company,
Consequently its businoss is larger than that of any of its competitors.
.Furthermore, it has now taken n step
jection or q character referrett to out or tuo way. uuo reaun, unuouov
odly, will bo that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked conlldeucc
in life assurance, will examine tho
and nssure their Uvea fortDwith.
fFrom the Boston Posr.l
This company has dono more than any other to simplify tho assurance
oontract, nnd to maintain public confidence in lifo assurance.
, ... i
From the Pacific UNUi:nwntTKB, San Francisco, July 1, 1889.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal doaliugs with its policy-holders and for ilB prompt settlem&nt of alt
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhanoo its
reputation for enterprise ami progresBivoncss in dealing with tho subject
of life assurance.
US" For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWREOHT,
980 lm General Agent for the Hawaiian. Islands-
wxsrri:vGi unci rroi
B. F. DIILINGnAM,
JAS. G. SrENCEE,
Manager & Secretary.
0 These Goods have just been
and are being opened nnd placed on
as rapidly as possible.
z g-aist m wm w
Molnovny Illoolc, Io. 77 Fort Btroet.
Freucli, lill ai Americai Dry M Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Biaiofl Bye EW Hoso in Riot k Plain.
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Snits, '
Young Men's Black French Diagonal Suits I
Bovb' Fine Light Weight Cassinicro Suite!
Gent's Fine Neckwear, Hosiery, Undorwoarl
GENT'S BLACK, BROWN and GltEY
B&" All tho abovo Goods nro NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and
will bo sold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FISMEL'S,
The Leading Millinery Houeo, Corner Fort & Hotel aU. ""
LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT
Black Spaniah Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Cbautilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Croaru it White .Oxiontal Flouncing, front 60c I h yard upward.
Extra Heavy (now style) Oriental Flouncing, from $1.25 yurd upward.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, .Cream & Black,
Full assortment of all shados of Cashmoro, Moireo, Satin St Gro ,
Grain Ribbon, Velvot Bugs iu all sices just recoived.
Beet variety in Cambric, Swiss & Nainsook Embroideries at
33. 3B aI-i3.E3ia Ac OO.
gjtf DrciiBinaking Department under tho management nf M"1SR -OLA
CRYSTAL -;- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN OK ACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT BLOOD
SARSAPARILLA and IRON WATER,
Saroaparlllu, Lemon, Cream
0- yALL AERATED WATERS. GUARANTEED PURE-
Mutual Telephone 380 -m o tar
tfisIaluud orders promptly attended to.
- THE - PRESS
which practically sweeps ovory ob
new policy oaerea uy tue ftquiuoio,
- .iriVY PxticsisiNTtS.
Decorated Wares !
received from America and Europe,
exhibition in the Upstairs Art Boom, "'
-Boll Telephone 208
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