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SATURDAY, DEC. 7, 1889.
Bclir l.tiltila from Ewa
Htmr Walalcalu from Kllaucn nnd Hans,
Sclir Kft Mol for Onomeu, Hawaii
Schr Lunula for F.wn
' VESSELS LEAVING M0NDAY
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolati at ! a tn
Stm r Mokolll for Molnknl at 5 p in
The barkenllnc S N Castle wont on
tho Mai hie Bnllwnv this morning.
The stonmei J A Cummins In ought
1000 bags paddy from Koolati last night.
The steamer Wnlmanalo is off the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Sale of holiday goods tit sales
loom of L. J. Levey, at 7 o'clock.
Special accommodation for ladies.
Aleuting Honolulu Typographical
Union No. 37 at 7.
TENTH ORGAN RECITAL.
Oil Monday evening, the tenth
organ recital will bo given at Kati
raakapili church, on which occasion
two new singers will appear, Prof.
Sauvlet plays tho violin, and tho
Kamehamehn school chorus, eighty
strong, under the direction of Mr.
II. S. Townsend, will sing. Tho
admission is twenty-five cents and
tickets will be on sale at tho door.
Following is the programme :
Harvest Thanksgiving llai oh Calkin
Christmas Pastoral Morlconl
Chorus ..Eollan Lyre Danny
Violin Solo-Elegle in O .Sauvlet
Prof. G. Sauvlet.
Song Dreams Strclezkl
Andante in G Batiste
Fanfare In D major Lennneus
Song Best of All . . ." Mob
Mr. Theo. Klehnnls.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SAILORS.
Tho following is clipped from the
Montreal Witness :
, The British press lauds at length
the timely assistance rendered by
American marines at Honolulu to
British interests during the recent
riot. Says the Gazette : "Relations
between the American Navy and tho
British are pleasanter than would bo
imagined from the desperate efforts
of one party in the States to set the
two countries at variance. When
Americans were in dire peril from the
rising of negroes on the island of
Navassa, a British gunboat, the
"Forward," Liont. Commander
Gray, steamed to the rescue and
carried off the American survivors.
And the other day when there
was fierce fighting in Honolulu it
was the American warship "Adams"
that landed a squad of marines for
the protection of British interests.
British interests could not have
been in better hands, for the Ameri
can mairnos arc a crack corps, as
steady as a rock and as brave as
lions. This is what ought to be."
It is said that the population of
Norway exhibits the highest known
percentage of light eyes.
A Japanosc hns discovered a process
for making artificial tottoise shell
with the white of eggs.
The easiest way for a good wife
to get along pleasantly is to practise
what her husband preaches.
There arc about three thousand
solicitors in London and sixteen
thousand in the provinces.
About nil it takes tew make a
wiic mania tew giv other people's
opinyuns as mutch weight az wo do
Edison is reported ns snj-iur that
the world will soon bo "one vast
ear." Perhaps this is the scientific
method of calling tho world an'nss.
An Autumnal Proposal lie (ai
they stand on the balcony) It is
very bright within and very dreary
without, is it not? She Without
what? Ho (inspired) You.
They All Stopped "Why, my
watch has stopped," remarked Mr.
Staylate. "The clock ha9 stopped,
too," added Miss Irene. "Then I'll
stop a while longer myself."
ALONG felt want supplied! Now
open the largest, coolest, free from
tho molesting files, airy and most coin,
fortable Ice Cream Parlor in Honolulu,
where families or parties to the number
of S3 persons can quietly and undis
turbed enjoy a plato of F. HoitN's dell,
clous pure Ice Cream with Cake and
other delicacies in tho line of confec
tionery and pastries of homo manufac
ture. Daily, weekly and latest foreign
papers nlwayx kept at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory. Bakeiy and Ice Creum
Parlor, Hotel between Fort .and Nuu.
anu streets Both Telephones No 74.
AT TH E Pioneer Steam Candy Fuc
tory, Hakery & Ice Cream Parlors,
entahllshed 1603, pure, rich and fine
llavnred Ice Cream will from thN day
ho kept and 'served from Porcelain
Lined Ice Cream Cohtalncre, .procured
at great expeuso, which will retain tho
natural flue ilavor of good Ico Cream
and avoiding tho injurious metallic taste
Imparted to Ice cream If kept In Uu
lined cans after tho freezing process is
completod. Tho uudersigned nspect
fully invites lovers of fine flavored leu
Ctcnm to a trial to convince themselves,
F, HOHN, Practical Confectioner, Pas.
try Cook & Baker. Both Telephones
Ho. 74. 413 tf
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
CoimKflPONDCN'ct: on fourth page.
Two games of baseball
fitrcet ia to lot.
cottngo on Emma
nil vet fifes foi ii
Union service at Kit wuiahao church
Sunday evening, at 7 :U0.
A iaucie picnic party took the cats
this morning for Halawu.
The Hawaiian News Company's
store will he open this evening.
Fay your tnxes before tho 15th of
this month, and avoid the uxttsi 10
Tun Friend hays that Piof. Alex
ander's School History of Hawaii is
A tkomiioxe player gives concerts
daily at Mr. N. B. Sachs store, lie
occupies the mauka window.
It is doubtful if R. W. Wilcox will
bo back from the other side of the
island in time to hold forth ut tho
Fish Market to-day.
Up to Wednesday, Dccombt-i 11th,
is tho time appointed for Mr. J. O.
Carter to receive tenders for the pur
chase of tho Enterprise Tinning Mill.
One of the windows of Water
house's No. "10 store is veiy tastily
dressed with holiday goods and toys,
nnd attracts tho attention of both
old and young.
In tho Polico Court this morning
Lee Pong nnd Leo Tni were both fin
ed $50 with one hour's imprisonment
for having opium unlawfully in pos
session. One drunk forfeited bail
Of !f C.
In the window of the Pacific Hard
ware Company's storo is n photo
graph of Chief Engineer C. U. Wil
son enclosed in a hniidsomo frame
tnade by the company. The pictuie
is surrounded with fire apparatus.
Mn. John Gleason, a rice planter
at Wniahole, died suddenly of aneu
rism of tho heart while getting ou.t of
his brake at that place yesterday. Ho
was fifty-three years of ngo, a native
of Ireland, and has been in the inl
ands over twenty years.
What could bo nicer lo sond
abroad to your relatives and fiicnds
than a photograph of yourself, or if
you nro married ,of your family. Mr.
J. J. Williams tho photogiapher is
fully prepared to take any kind of
picture, in tho most artistic style.
Santa Claus has arrived and is
slopping at Sachs' store, where he
has apparently emptied his bag,
judging from the immenso quantity
of holiday goods, that aie being dis
played; those in sench of holiduy
goods should not fail to call there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dougherty of
San Jose, are now stopping nt Branch
Hotel, Waikiki. During the past
two weeks they have been partaking
of the hospitality of Hon. John A.
Cummins at Waimanalo, and have
also been around the island. Mr.
and Mrs. Dougherty ate charmed
with tho islands.
Thk Anglican Church Chronicle
for December begins its eighth year.
It is very much improved in appear
ance, and has a goodly advertising
patronage. The Chroniclo keops
closo to its purposes, namely, tho in
terests of tho Church and the dis
semination of tho principles of good
will among men. ftev. A. Mackin
tosh tho editor is to be congratulated
on tho past success and bright pros
pects ot the paper.
' A RARE DISPLAY.
The display ot goods at Mr. L. J.
Levey's auction rooms, which are to
bo offered for sale this evenlhg at 7
o'clock, has attracted a very great
number of people during the past
two days. Tho goods on exhibition
are of tho choicost character and
bear evidence that the initial sale of
the season will start the "boom" for
the holidays. Notwithstanding the
rare nnd costly character of some of
the articles, everything will be sold
without reserve. It is impossible to
touch upon the" different articles for
sale for lack of space Special ac
commodation will be provided for
ladies, and there is no doubt tho
'salesroom will -bo taxed to its ut
The weekly meoting of the Me
chanics' and WorLingmcn'B Politi
cal Protective Union ycaterday even
ing was largely attended. Nineteen
new members wero admitted. Four
new names were added to tho Exe
cutive Committee, making fifteen in
nil, and it was authorized to meet a
committee of the same number from
the Hawaiian Political Association,
for tho purpose of nominating candi
dates for Nobles and Itepresenta
tivea. The committee of tho Union
is as follows: J. A. Alehrtens, J,
W. Gibbs, John F. Bowler, W. II.
Stone, W. K. Sims, John Phillips,
It. More, Sam Nowlein, P. O'Sulli
van, II. C. Held, W. W. Wright,
M. White, It. Hoapill Baker, A.
Marques, and II, G. Crabbe. There
was a little warm discussion on a
motion of D. McKenzio that intend
ing candidates should resign from
the Executive Counnitteo, coupled
with accusations ot improper con
duct against thai body. The mat
ter, however, soon blew over and
the meeting adjourned oarly,
dally uiu-bWTiwt iiuK(.a.ui,u, if. .1., ui&toruifiK 7, itw.
'pillJ utulpr&lgnrd, Kxcculnt of tha
JL K-tntflO(('lm..lny Hardee, will re.
eclvo tenders foi the piirolniKo of the
pi opctiy known nt thi' KnUrpilso Plan,
ing Mill, nllliv titllro of 0 Urcwer Ast'o,
up to in o'clock a M, nf UEDNE-.
DVY. December Uth Kceervlng the
right to decline anv t -ill bldi
"J. 0. CAUTElt,
Ktcinilnr IMnto f U .1. Harden.
Honululu, Dec 7, 18' U 122 tit
a VorlUKUcsi a Mlufttlon as a
drirer m canlciiT in a fiituilv,
where he cm do nil kinds of work and
1 e generally useful, llest of references.
For further patllrniitM applv tn
42!! .11 Peny Block "
BY a Japtncse Carpenter, a situation.
Ap.ny at Jupanu'e Employment
Oillce, Wo. 5!0 King street. -Ill) t
'pW'l Girls In the Millinery Depart.
JL ment at
Leading Millinery Home.
MEETING or Hi Uoird of Dl-re-dors
of tho Hawaiian llltlo
Asuocintlon will hi- held at the iia.
MIn flntfil on the EVENING of
SATURDAY, Dec. 7, 188a, at 7:B0
o'clock, lor die purpos" of arranging a
prngtummo for 'he Dili Semiannual
Competition on January 1, 1SH0, and to
elect n secretary and treasurer for tho
ensuing term. Bv Iw icr
.7. II. SOPEIt,
410 -It President.
Assignee's Notice to Cre
ditors. THE undersigned, tvwlgncc In hank.
ruptcy of the estate of Munzlos
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oaliu, hereby
gives noiice to lill tho creditors who
liavo proved their clainiB nguinit the
said bankrupt estate, thai he has suh
mittcd to tTSo Hon. .luatico Preston his
final aceount with tnid estate, and liaB
tiled the account in the office of the
(Jlork of tho Supreme Court, prepara
tory to tho pavment to creditors of n
flrnt and final dividund. And that on
MONDAY, December 10, 18sJ), at 10
o'clpok a. m., ho will apply to said Ju&.
lice for a settlement of his account") as
such assignee, and for a discharge from
his liability under said trust.
JOHN II. PATY,
Aisliznee of the Bankrupt Estate of
Ilonolulu, Nov. 20, 1889. 41T-41 taw
All, ROW AT, Vclorlnary Surgeon,
olUce and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotol nnd Uichard
sttoots. Scientific treatment in all dis
eases of domestic nnimals. Orders for
plantation nnd ranch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone a.54,
P.O. Box 328. mh.l8S9
J. E. GOMES,
Has removed to Mclnerny Block, where
he is prepared lo execute in first class
style nil nnlcrs ontrustcd to him.
Watch Work & Diamond Setting
Do not fall to call and examine his ele
gant assor'tneut of
Holiday : Goods,
Consisting of the lateststyles In
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
Have just oponed out a lnigo now
stock of Holiday Goods, comprising:
Set and Unset Diamonds, Bi ouches,
Earrings, Brncolets, Bangles, Laco
and Scarf Pins, Kings of tho very
latest designs, Ladies' ami Gents'
Gold and Silver Watches and Wutch
Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vest Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Silverware, fcc, tc.
ItSF" Prices within the reach of
BASEBALL SHOES RUBBER
LADIES' "HONEST'' SHOES,
Untrimined Hats !
LidieB1, Misses' and Children's
Bilk, 75c to $1.00.
Boys' Caps - Hew Styles - School Hats
MEN'S WHITE BHIIIT3, Latin.
dried oud UnlaundrUd.
and a ar!ed assortment of
XMAS MJOODS !
Rr & 57 Hotel Street.
BpreokolB' Ttlock, Itoom Ko 10. 410 lw
101 VOUT HTJIl'.KT,
Ofpici; Uoonsi 0 a. u, to 12 m. and 7
i m. to 10 1' u.
Mutual OOQ-aTELEPH0NE8SyBoll 475
Ofllco Hours at Rohullo Luno, Pulama:
1 f. u. to fl I. h, 410 tf
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Alteration nf Time Tables !
ON AS'l) AVri.it
Wednesday, Dec. 4-th,
OAl'iS WILIi ftVK AS I'Ot.lnWH
Kapalaiim, KlDg Street and Watktki
TO WAIKIKI AhalMionrlj thrrmch
wmeuwill be maintained throughout
the day. The first car will leave the
Company's Stables at Knpnhima nt 5:47
a. m, the next fi-17, (1:47 a tn. etc, mid
tho last nt 8:47 p. m.,a)l running through
to Waikiki. These cars will pas Fort
street ut 2 nnd !i2 mln piM eveiy hour
and the Utile llntigo in 21 and 6'1 mln.
past. A ear leaves Kapalanvt ut U :I7
p m for the Htlln Kango only.
FKOM WAIIUKI-Cnrt will leave
Waikiki llrldge nt fi:47, U-.17, :47 a. in.
and every half hour, running through to
Knpahtma, and pacing tho HI Ho Him go
at i5 and US mln. past every hour Fort
street at "8 and OS mln past. The 10:17
p in. from JVaiklkl runs to the Kitle
Hsingo only (exeopi on &iu,idhy.i nnd
Sundays, when it runs tluough to Man
nnkov fitrrct); and tho 10:17 p m. Iroiu
Waikiki Is tho last through car.
THE BUSINESS CAK-To meet tho
convenience if tho huslncss community
the W o'clock and 5 o'clock p. ui. cars
fn in loan for Waikiki will pips Fort
Htreet at 0 mill, past the hour, instead of
'J nun. past.
Extra Service on Saturday & Sunday
Dm hi!! the bu nortion of Paturdnv
nntl Sunday afternoons the pcrvicuwill
be doubled between tho new loop on
the Waikiki Ilo.ul nnd the C'hlnrso
Theatre that is, four oars will tu
each way within the hour Instead of
two, as at other time").
l'OR TOWX Cnra will leavn tho
new loop on Waikiki Itoad at 12:4!,
1:00,1:111, 1:30, etc., until (i::J1p. m.,
passing the Eitlo limtge 7 min. later,
alter which the Ben ice will ue half
FKOM CHINESE TIIEATiti'.-Cnrs
will loive for the Waikiltt Itoad pro
coeding as far ns the new loop nt 1:10,
1:16, 1:30, 1:10, etc, until 7 p. m., p-ms
ing Fort street S min. Uler, after which
the service will be half hourly as usual.
Huuanu Valley Service.
TO THE WIIAItF Cars will lnve
Pauoa eviiiy fifteen minutei, commenc
ing at 0:32, 0:17, 7:02, 7.17 a in. "and no
on until 7:47 p. in, after which they
will leave every half hour until 10:17
in. Those leaving at 2 and 33 min.
past tho hour, proceod via School" and
Fort streots; nil othera, except the 8:17
and 9 :1" p. m., via Queen street. These
cars will pass tho Ceutial Union Church
at 10 and 40 min past tho hour, tho ter
minus being thu Inter Island Wharf.
On Snndayh thu firht car will leave
Pauoa ut 8:17 a. m. and thorcafter ns en
FKO.MTIIE WIIAItF Cars wl'l leave
the Inter Inland Wharf ecry Ilftccn
minutes, commencinR at 0:17, 7:2, 7: 17,
7:H2 a. in nnd so on until 7:00 p. in.,
after which they will run every half
hour until 10:0'.' p.m. Thoso leaving
17 and 47 min. past tho hour, will pro.
coed via Fort nnd School streets; all
others oxcept tho 8:0if. U:(13 and 10-02
p. m., vin Queen street. On Sundays
tho nrst car will leave Hit, wlmrl H.iiU
a. in. and thereafter as on weekdays.
Beretania Street Service.
FItOMTIIE WHARF Cars will loave
thu inter Islund Wharf nt G:30. m.,
and every half hour until 10 p. in. They
will pass the Central Union Church o
minutes after starling. Thoso leaving
at the hour will run to the ltille Dangc,
and at 'ho half hour to Oahu College.
FROM THE COLLEGE -Cars will
leave Oahu College for the Inter Ihland
Wharf at 7:00 a. m., and every hour
until 9:01 p. m.
FROM THE RIFLE RANOE-Cars
will loave the Klflo Range for the Inter
Islanil Wharf, traversing lleretanla
street, at 7:111 a. in., and every hour
until 9:3G n. m.
FROM PUXAHOU-Theso cam will
pass the comer of Punahou and Ile-re-tania
streets, on route for the wharf, at
8 and 38 minutes past tho hour. 418 fit
For Pipo & Bolt Threading.
Both Guides and Dies Instantly Adjustable.
No Wrench, Thumbs crew or Collrti", tool
comple'c In iteolf, nnd will do more
and bettor work than any
other Hand Die.
tSJ Diet easily ehnrpencd on a Grind,
stone. Light, Htrong, Compact, Hlmplo
and very easily operated.
A Yord AbouttheBolt Die Stock
No turning hack ovor tho threads after
it ia once cut, U a prominent fratiirn of
All mechanics agreeing that the turn,
ing hack against thn outtinn cdc In.
jurcs the Dle-a much more than the no.
When tho "Duplex" Dios become dull
by cutting, they can romlily ho renewed
by BharpenhiK on a (,'rindBtoiio Thus
milking the life of theto Dlei longer, ut
least by four fold than nuy other inado,
ami nt the bumo time avoiding the com.
mon occurrence of stripping or weaken,
ing tho thread and rendering tho work
This tool, when set to any desired
s!.e, ran Instantly he released nnd lifted
oir and reset to 'anino size without trial,
tluiB insuring all Iho threads uniformly
alike. It adjiuts to all tho variations In
Iron rough, oversized Iron Is shaved to
standard size and threaded nt tho same
time. This cannot ho accomplished
with anv other Die Stock. The Dun.
lex" being thu only tool madu allowing
0110 set of Dies to accurately cut two
dliitiuct tiles in the adjustment no
wreuch, tcrow driver or any (xtra tool
being tired unci when ndjustixl is as
rigid as a solid Die, and will do at least
oucthird more work In tho saroo space
of time. Wo enlinlt a cnmpaiibon with
other makes, both 'ns tu range ofsbzes
each tool cuts, null prices, us well as
price of cxtio dios.
t3T For Hale by (
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE rjof,
Opposite Sprcckcls & Co.'s Ilank,''
414 1m Fori street, Honolulu,
m. S. s. nan:
Novombcr '2b, 1889.
Al the Double More of the
Hawaiian News Co.
3 A sir .Uorrlinnt Nt.
Our Holiday Slock of Novelties
Co nprlise the largoU mid choicest
ART -:- GOODS
lly'Trnng," of Huston; ami H. Turk
Sons, of London ; ever before
shown in Honolulu.
Xiuhk Cmd by the Million,
From 5 cts to $3.
Books & Booklets,
For old nnd young. Many other
Goods ImpoHslhlo to enumerate.
t& Call early and get ilrst choice -Xid
Tho Hawaiian News
Has just opened out n largo assortment
or uoorts auitauiu lor the
HtolicliJty -:- Trnxlc
HUND PAINTED NOYELTIES,
Yes andWo" Dolls 1
And Dolls of cvoiy other des
New Games, Footballs,
And other kinds of iiiilln.
Doll Cnrrlagos, Hooking HorscR,
Rbc., Etc., Ktc. Ktc.
Toys for the Million
snw STYI.IJS IN
DRY anil FAX"Y UOOIM.
Will leturn by the "Annlrnliu" nel
trip, It! the
Finest Assortment of Jewelry
Ever seon In Honolulu, including the
lateut patterns nnd tU'wigns In
RUBIES, ETC., ETC.
Fiom Germany, Prance, England and
RESERVE -:- YOUR
you eximlno his Block,
well kuoun tkill in
Rnablofl him to unit uny fancy in orderfr
for special V()rk. 40U tl
Soital for HoIMif Gifts
I have just received from ftio ninnufac.
Hirers in Ireland a largo and assoilrd
shipmontnf Irish Linens of all kinds.
Consisting of .
Damask Table Clothe,
In new and beautiful patterns with
Napkins to match, fiom tho cheapest
to thu best qualities manufactured.
In all Hlylos and prices guaranteed,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all styleo mid qualities.
Of till makes aud patterns, tho ilnest
selection ever Imported. Also,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c &c
Also, a few very-choice
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
31 uti fnclu ruil by Marcus Wurd .t
403 if W.U.HPKOIJM,.
AHEMLAXXUAL mealing of Iho
Uouul ot Triisteus of thu Queen's
Uospltal will ho held on TIIUUHDAY,
tho 1ih Dneember, 1880, ai the rooms
of thu Cuumurr of Commeicc, ut 10
o'clock a. i. Atui'udiuunl to tho lly.
T. A. SCIIAEFEK,
Honolulu, Nov. II, 1RS9. I0J id
t-i tl n n tirr
S 0 Store
S - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OK THK UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFiom the Xkw Youk TiMt:, June '.22, 1S89.
The Equitable Life Atsurnncc Society has adopted a newform of
policy which, like a hn.nk drjift, is a simple pro m tie to pay without condi
tions on the buck.
fFiniii theOiiiOAiio Invkitwatou
A Always on thu alei I, and eVer nnxious to give the public tin moat
ailvantnijti'ous contract in life imurance, the 'Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York luw, in the past, made iniuiy uilvnncei on old raelliodi
ami has boon the moans lo liberalize life assurance in ti froater degree
perhaps, than 0113 other oiLranu.ition. U is not nt all surprising, there
tore, that this trroat company now comes before tho people with a new
contract, the like ol which has not before been known in life insurance.
1'ioni the liKNTi'CK Ki'.msTKtt, Itichiuond, Kv., .lunc i!8, ISSIl.
The Equitable Life AHSiirance Society has, in the past, done more to
create nnd maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of ita competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a slop which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the ohnractcr referred to out of the wny. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked conDdenee
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
This company has done more than any other to simplify thu assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
H'lom the PACiric Uxiieuwihtki:, S.111 Francisco, July 1, 13S0.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealing with its policy-holders and for ita prompt (.etUemcnt of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for cnterpiisc and ptogressivencss in dealing with tho subject
of life assurance.
floy- For full particulars call on
AVIQIXOIIVO uml HOLIDAY PJRlSSlSNa'W.
11. P. DILLINGHAM,
f These Goods have jlist been
being opened nml plueeci 011
ns rapidly us possible
EGAN & G-TJ3NT3S-
JM'Inern Uloek, fo. TT Port Htre:t.
Freicii, EBflisli ai American Dry ai Faucy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
KULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Cnl moves, Diamond Dye Black lose m Bled & Plain.
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Young Mcn'rt Mack French Diagonal Suits'
Hoys' Fine Light Weight CiiHsimcre Suit'
Gem's Kino Neckwear, Hosiery, Utulorwwi !
(iENT'S BLACK, 11HOWN nnd CIKEY
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
aBrll the above Goodfl nro NEW COODS ami NEW DESIGXf , and
will he sold at VERY LOW FIGURES :
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
The Lending Millinciy Tlotibt, Corner Foit & Hotel sts.
LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT
Hlack RpnuiHli Laco Flouncing, from $1 ynnl upward.
Black Ohantilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Qrenin it While Oriental Flouncing, from 50ct yard upward.
Extra Ilonvy (new Htyle) Oriental Flouncing, from $ 1.25' yaitl upwaixl.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of nil hhndos of CuMuneic, Moirco, Satin & Oro
Grain Itihbnn. Velvet Itnga in all uizes just locoived.
Bent vaiioty in Cambric, Swiss it Nniusook Einbroidprie ut
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