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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. I., DiiulaMlilflii l.'J, !.
j- 1 1 ja
FRIDAY, DISC, ltf, 18SS).
4-imisted schr Robert Lowers. L'cnhil-
lou, 1! tlnjs (rniii l'oit M'owii'-cnd
SS Australia, lloudlcttc, 7 days from
Stmr J A Cuinmlm from Koolnu
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun, 21 days from t'oit
Stmr O II Bishop for Wnlsinae, Wahihia
mid Koulim ut !) a m
Stmr V U Hull for Lahalun, Manl.tca,
Ifoiin. Kan utid tlii! Volcano ul 1U
o'clock a in
Stmr Pole for Kona ports at 11 u in
' VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Sclir Knwalhint for Kooluu
LOCAL &.UEHEIIAL HEWS.
. Dti. Wood's office lintiia will ho
A pony hiokcn lo
is tillered for sale.
Noi.tb icri'ivod fiobh ftoy.cn ins
tcrs on the .Viinlmlia.
John K. Bueh is no longer Queen
Knpiolnni'a collector. Sec nilv.
Mu. 11. CI Ciabbc Iiub our thanks
foi a tile of late Salt Lake papcis
The Kinau is due to-morrow morn
ing with the latest news from Maui
Latest Forem lews
Sun J'tinci'iito, Dec. lSfi. pen S. X,
mi.s-jaoi: ok im: piti:siir.si.
"How to make ioroii8 walerpioof
cloth" (by" louticst) niiiuais on the
From 'iin Francisco per 8 S Austin
11a. Deo 13-.I M Davidson, Mra O Os
borne, Mrs A. J Caitwrlghl, ,lr, and
child, lion W C Wilder, U I) Wells, Jlis
V K Miller. Miss Miller, MrsE Hatchu.
lor, WTMonsarrat, V S, Ohaa Toole,
J llubaslt, Mra L A Thurston, A W Noi
sier, Chas Cnsson, II K Hitchcock, wife
and 'child, Mr.s J A McPniullcss and
child, J R Meyers, .ir, ,1 a O'Dowda, L
yi Inilcy ami wife, Mr.s .1 W Gass and
child, FS l'rocott, DrStD G Walters,
A lliws, Mrs.) Uavaily, Muster Cavarlv,
JllssL Ciiv.il ly. W B Wood, Mra W
Baxter, A F McGrew and 01 steerage.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr W U
Hall, Dec 1:1 .T W Kahui, Miss Katie
Clarke, Mr Davis nnd son, .1 Cota and
wife, Mr.s S Wilson, U Mclucckc and
wife, 7 others and 05 deck.
The bk'Ceylou, Capt H Calhoun, is
moored in the sticam. She arrived this
morning 21 days fiom l'oit Townsend
with about BOO 000 feet of lumber for
Messrs Alluu & Uobluson.
Messrs I.ewers & Cooke's new four
masted schooner Robert I.ewcis, (!'.17
tons register, under command of Capt
DBF Penhtillow, arrived to-day 11)
days from Port 'J'ownsend with !)00,CG3
ft lumber, 20,400 laths, 4,000 pickets,
and 201,250 shingles. She had rough
weather and strong winds the greater
pait of the passage. Ou the lirst day
out, the baiometer-reglsteicd at 29 deg.
The highest run per diem made during
the passage was 227 miles which was
accomplished on Dec 3d. The Hobcrt
I.ewers has exactly the same model as
the S G Wilder, but she Is larger. Tlie
captalu and chief officer's cabins are
spacious and elegant.
The bark Annie Johnson arrived at
San Francisco Dec 3rd, 17 days from
The brig Consuelo and the schooner
W S Bowue cleared from San Francisco
Dec fith, the former for Kahului,the lat
ter for Mnliukona.
The haik Xewsbov sailed from New
castle, X S W, Dec 3d for Kahului.
Tun Ilui.i.miN will have fronuitliing
very interesting lo our local baseball
players in n day or so.
Tin: Hawaiian band will give a
public conceit at Hie Hotel this even
ing, weather permitting.
Titr. Hawaiian Quintet Club gave
a vocal and iiistuimcutal conceit at
the Hotel last evening.
Pitop. Donaldson, u well
sporting man, is expected on
Al.uncda. and will lemain heie
PunsKii E. A. Keil of the Austra
lia has tlio thanks of tho Bui.i.ktin
for lato San Francisco papcis and
Say, reader, do you see tliu tvo
Horns in another column. Thcie is
aomo interesting reading right un
TiiKiiB arc some articles left over
from tho Chinese fancy fair, which
intending purchasers can see on ap
plication to Rev. II. H. Gowen.
Gkoiioi: llice, who had a fall the
other day and was taken to the
Queen's Hospital, took Ficnch leave
of that institution this morning.
The first freight of rico
brought by iho Oaliu Kailway
morning from Aki's place. It
coiibigned by Sing Chong & Co.
A notice appears elsewhere forbid
ding poisons going on certain lands
ou this island.
At tho meeting of tho Y. M. C. A.
boys yesterday afternoon, Miss May
Atlici ton gave an exceedingly in tci-
csting talk about Berlin and suburbs.
Tun holiday goods to bo sold by
Mr. L. J. Levey Satuulay evening,
are now on exhibition at his sales
rooms. Call mound and inspect
In tho Police Court this morning
a nolle pios. was entered against
three Chinese charged with having
opium in possession. Two drunks
had to pay $0 each.
The choir of the second congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral, will
have -a special rehearsal with the
largo organ at Kaumakapili church
this evening, at 7 :30.
N. S. Sachs of the Popular Milli
nery House has received more new
goods by to-day s steamer in the
shape of fancy goods and millinery,
making his stock most complete.
The new steamship China was
entering San Francisco harbor at a
high rate of speed as tho Australia
was coming out. Tho China was
twelve days from Yokohama, tho
fastest trip on record.
One of the passengers on the Aus
tralia said that the steamer could
have been hero on Thursday noon.
Of course she could, but then Capt.
Houdlette is nover happy without he
touches the dock punctually at noon
the seventh day out.
The following are booked to leave
on tho Alameda: W. P. Dougherty
& wife, B. F. Dillingham and two
children, Miss Wotkyn, Miss N.
Hammer, Miss Darlington, CD. Mc
Candless and wife, P. A. Dias, Lieut.
J. Sherman, P. Brunner, Mrs. Pferd
ner, and G. D. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dougherty
of San Jose who have boon visiting
the islands the past two months re
turn home on the Alameda. They
have taken in all the sights includ
ing tho Volcano, and are delighted
with their visit. Mr. and Mrs.
Dougherty have made many friends
who will wisli them a pleasant voy
age. Mr. Bonj. F. Dillingham, the
great Hawaiian railroad man, Reaves
on the Alameda with two of his chil
dren, and expects to meet Mrs. Dil
lingham in San Francisco. They
will all return in about four weeks.
Pleasant trip and safe return, Ben.
A now boat witli Chas. Fisher,
Fritz Rowald and two natives went
out in the harbor to moet tho Aus
tralia. The steamer came along
rather fast, and jn their anxiety to
. catch hold of a rope, they capsized
tho small boat, and all four got a
good ducking. They have recovered
from it by this.
A COU.CCTOU of curious items in
town has noticed one in tho Adver
tiser saying that the United States
contains 3,200,000 Bquaro miles, and
handed in tho following fioni the
Boston Budget in correction : "The
aroa of the United States embraces
3,570,271 squaro miles ; that of Can
ada 3,470,302 squaro miles."
The Cronin case is being summed
up lo the.jury.
The coroner s jury niame me
overhead clcctrio wires for prevent
ing the erection of ladders in time
to save some of those perished in
the Minneapolis fire.
Voorhees has tabled a revenue
tariff resolution in tho Senate.
Secretary Blaine ha9 resumed Ids
duties after illness.
Senator Hale has introduced a hill
for tho relief of sufferers by the
naval disaster at Samoa. It gives
not to exceed twelve months' pay lo
survivors and widows and children
of the dead. Lieut. Wilson is to
be refunded $120 stolen from him
on tho way from Samoa to Auckland,.
Bodies oi oilcers buried at Samoa
arc to be transferred to Marc Jsland
,fqr interment in the national ccine
ie'ry. Senator Ingalls has presented a
bill for tho celebration of the 400th
anniversary of discovery, providing
for a commission, which shall de
cide on the World's Fair site, and
an appropriation of 88,000,000.
The President has nominated
David J. Brewer of Kansas to be
Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court in place of Stanley Matthows.
Judge Brewer's father was an emi
nent foreign missionary and his
mother a sister of Justice Field,
Tin: S. F. Bulletin says a letter 1ms
been received by Commodore Ben
ham from Admiral Kimberly, in
Which tho latter says that ho will
not leave Honolulu until tho end of
January, owing,as ho thinks, to there
being an uneasy fooling in Hono
lulu, and he is determined to remain
there until all appearance of trouble
of any nature disappears.
Hon. W. C. Wilder returned on
the Australia, looking well for his
visit to the Coast. Mrs. Wilder is
in the East.
Mrs. L. A. Thurston, wife of the
Minister of tho Interior, has re
turned from San Francisco.
Mr. W. T. Monsarrat, V. S., was
a passenger on the Australia, after
several years' absence in the States.
lie is as tall as ever.
Mrs. .A. J. Cartwright, Jr., re
turned to her island home on the
Messrs. J. Ihilmsh tho jeweller
aiuj A. . Bolster tlm photogra
pher, 'wero aiuqnfl tlo ijrrjvalq by
Dr. 1). Q. St. Waltors has re.
turned from his visit to England,
J. M. Davidson the lawyer, who
left the islands several years ago,
returned on tho Australia.
Mrs. John M. Cuvarly, wife of
Capt. Cavarly of the City of Pekin,
and Miss and Master Cavarly arriv
ed on tho Australia, for a tureo
months' visit in the islands as tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John II.
Paty. Mrs. Cavarly ami Mrs. Paty
President llanison's message,
read in Congiess ou Dee. !J, says
"good will and cordiality have char
acterized our relations and corres
pondence witli other governments,
and the year just closed leaves few
international questions o importance
remaining unadjusted." The meeting
of the Congress of North and South
American nations is called a matter
of high significance and congratula
tion as occurring in the first year
of tho second century of the United
Stales' constitutional existence. Re
ference is also made to the Maritime
Congress now in session in Wash
ington. It is recommended that the
diplomatic agents lo sister lepublics
of the Wc9turn Ileinispheic he rais
ed to the uniform rank of Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Pleni
potentiary. "Certain missions were
so elevated by the lust Congress
witli happy effect, audi recommend
Hie completion of the reform thus
begun, willi the inclusion, also, of
Hawaii and Hayti, in view of their
relations to the American system of
stales. I also recommend that tinuly
provision be made for extending
to Hawaii an invitation lo be repre
sented in the International Confer
ence now silting at this capital.
The still unsettled Chinese immi
gration question is commended to
action in a wise and just spirit. It
is liopod that the accession of the
young Emperor of China marks an
era of progress and prosperity for
Hie great country over wliicli lie is
called to rule.
The state of affairs with respect
to the Sauioan Islands is encourag
ing. The treaty framed at Berlin
would be submitted, .and the Presi
dent trusted law and order would be
restored on the basis of Hie mainten
ance of the rights and interests of
Questions that had arisen during
the nast few vears between the
United States and Great Britain are
in abeyance or in course of adjust
ment. Canada had administered
her fishery laws with as little occa
sion for friction as possible. An
enlargement of the Anglo-American
extradition treaty is recommended.
The territory of neither country
should be a secure harbor for the
evil-doers of the other.
An expansion of commercial rela
tions with Cuba and Porto ltico is
expected. The progress toward an
adjustment of pending claims be
tween the United States and Spain
is not as rapid as could be desired.
American citizens' claims in connec
tion with railways in Peru will he
investigated. A similar issue ex
ists witli Portugal regarding Hie
seizure of the Delagoa Bay Railway
in Africa by agents of the Portu
guese Government. Formal protest
has been made to the latter and uo
proper effort will be spared to secure
Tho beginning of work on Hie
Nicaragua Canal is roferrcd to, the
President being happy to learn that
a friendly agreement has been
effected between Nicaragua and
Costa Rica. The United States
Government will hold itself ready
to promoto the adjustment of "all
questions that might present obsta
cles to the completion of a work of
such transcendent importance to Hie
commerce of this country, and, in
deed, to the commercial interests of
The success of American exhibi
tors at Paris is gratifying. Tly:
Government has accepted the invita
tion of Belgium to take part in the
International Congress that opened
at Brussels, Nov. 10, to promote the
abolition of Hie slave trade. The
question with Germany about her
people naturalized In America re
turning to their native country is
disposed of in a temperate spirit to
the entire satisfaction of both par
ties. Great satisfaction is expressed
at Hie return of peace to Hayti,
whose apparently now stable govern
ment has been recognized. Claim's
of the United States against Vene
zuela will, it is hoped, soon be satis
factorily settled. The Government
has not hesitated to express its de
sire that the boundary dispute be
tween Great Britain and Venezuela
may bo adjusted amicably and in
strict accordance with the hisloiic
title of the parties.
Japan and her new constitution
arc favorably referred to. It is re
commended that treaty lights in
Corca be established. Persia is
treating American missionaries gen
erously, and tho Skah is disposed lo
encourage the enterprise or Ameri
can citizens in his dominions. An
earnest effort will be made to define
with mutual satisfaction Hie treaty
rights of Americans in Turkey. It
is slated as advisable that djlljcultie's
wjlh several European countries re
garding naturalized citizens should
bo adjusted. The revolution in
Brazil is deomed an event of great
interest to tho United States. Di
plomatic roluttoiiB had proceeded
uninterruptedly with that country,
and the new republic would be
formally rccoguized as soon as the
majority of Hie people of Brazil
shall have signified their assent to
its establishment and maintenance.
Prosperity prevails within the na
tion's borders. Last harvests were
exceptionally abuudant and trade
conditions arc promising to the mer-
cliant and manufacturer. Aggre
gate receipts of Iho Treasury for Hie
year ending Juno 30, 1881), were
S387 , 030 , 053 . U'l ; total expendi
tures, including Hie sinking fund,
&52,J,f)7!)1l)2!).2f i excess of receipts
over expenditures, S57,l70,12ll.5D.
Referring to the surplus the Presi
dent says: "The collection of mon
eys notnecded for public usc9 im
poses an unnecessary burden upon
our people, and the picscnco ol so
argc a surplus In the public vaul s
is a disturbing clement in the con
duct of ptivate business." He con
demns the loaning of public funds
to the banks, without interest, upon
the security of Government bonds,
as an unauthorized and dangcrouscx
pedieut. Deposits now outstanding
should he gradually withdrawn and
applied tothc purchase of Iho bonds.
. A revision of the tariff is recom
mended, witli Hie maintenance of
the protective principle. Cold com
fort is given tho silver men. The
President believes in the use of sil
ver in the currency, but thinks that
if silver coinage were made fice,
they must expect that tho difference
in the bullion values of goid and
silver dollars will he taken account
of in commercial transactions.
"Such a lesult would be discredita
ble to our financial management and
disastrous lo all business interests."
An effort would be made to pre
vent the evasion of 'the Chinese Ex
clusion Acton the Canadian border.
The protection of the seal fisheries
in Bohring Sea is barely referred to.
An appropriation for coast defenses
is urged. The improvement of im
portant rivers and harbors is recom
mended, l'ullcr protection of fed
eral officers and witnesses is advised,
with special reference to the assault
of David S. Terry on Justice Field.
Belief of the stress ou the Su
preme Court is recommended in the
four of intermediate courts. Salaries
of district judges are pronounced
inadequate. "Trusts" arc denied
recognition as private concerns and
commended as the subject of prohi
bitory and even penal legislation.
An international copyright act is
Mrs. John IV. Mackay lias won
her IIIk'1 suit against Hie Manchester
Exmiiiier, for saying she was a
washerwoman before marnagc. The
Examiner will apologize and pay
costs and a certaiu sum to a chari
table institution to be selected by
Emin Pasha, to relieve whom
Stanley made such a great effort, on
Dec. h walked out of a window,
through ncaisightediiess, and fell
on his head, fraclutiiig his skull.
He lies at Bsigamoyn in a critit-i.1
condition. Stanley, Kmiu and Co
sati were met the pievious day by
Wissmau and had a Itiumphaiil
entry into Bagamoyo.
The Rothschilds have consented
to continue the support of Brac.il,
prgvided that union bo preserved
and order and peace be maintained
throughout the republic.
SWEETS of the Sea.
soul Choice Fancy
ti ml Plain Canities of nil
kinds, Kttrn Fine Minrc
Pies, Finest lee Cream
nml Cakes, Chrlbtmas
fresh ivery day at ll c
454 1 w
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
quitabls Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
rFrom the New Youk Times, June 22, 1SS'.).
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias ndoplctl a new form of
policy which, like a bank'drafl, is a simple, promise to pay without condi
tions ou the back.
Ex, S. S. laripsa"
Novombor 25, 1889.
At the Double Storoj of the
Hawaiian News Co.,
! A. 7 Mcrrltnut St.
favored. The naturalization laws
should be revised. A national bank
rupt law is desirable. Improvements
contemplated in the postal service
are mentioned, Hie saving of a day
between San Francisco and New
York, recently accomplished, being
cited as noteworthy.
The new navy is spoken of witli
commendation, and Hie President
concurs in the recommendation of
Hie Secretary of the Navy, that the
construction of eight armored ships,
three gunboats and five torpedo
boats bo authorized.
Regarding Indian affairs, sub
stantial progress is reported in Hie
education of children and the allot
ment of lands to adult Indians. "It
is to be regretted that the policy of
breaking up the tribal relations and
of dealing with the Indian as an in
dividual did not appear earlier in
our legislation." The Sioux and
Cherokee negotiations and the open
ing of Oklahoma are dealt witli at
Mortality among railway men is
deplored. The Interstate Commerce
.Commission had been petitioned by
10,000 railway brakemen, asking for
the adoption of automatic brakes
and couplers on freight cars. It was
a reproach to their civilization that
any class of American workmen
should be subjected to peril of life
and limb as great as that of a sol
dier in time of war.
The creation of the new Depart
ment of Agriculture "was a wise
and timely response to a request
which had long been rcspsctfuliy
urged by the farmers of Hie coun
try." It is recommended that the
weather service bc separated from
Hie War Department and establish
ed as a bureau in the Department of
Agriculture. Moro stringency in
liquor restriction in the District of
Columbia is rcccammcndcd. Tho
proposition to hold a World's Fair
on tho four .hundredth anniversary
of the discovery of America will be
submitted. ' Civil service reform is
endorsed with promised extension
of the measure. National aid to
education is suggested as something
to he afforded cautiously and with
special reforonco to tho negroes.
The political rights of negroes are
eloquently urged as a question that
must bo faced.
Congressional elections, the en
couragement of the merchant ma
rine, and the advisability of creating
a reserve, naval are all treated. The
following paragraph is of especial
interest to Hawaii:
"I recommend that such appropria
tions bo made for ocean mail service
in American steamships, between
our ports and those of Central and,
South America, China, Japan, and
the important islands in both of the
gjcat oceans, as will bo liberally re
munerative for the service rendered,
as will encourage the establishment,
and in some fair degree, equalize
tho chances of American steamship
lines in the competitions which they
must meet. That the American
plates lying couth of us will cor
dially co-opcrato in establishing and
maintaining sudi lines of btoatnsliipa
to their principal ports I do not
JRPFEIMON DAVIS DKAl).
Jefferson Davis, tho ex-President
of tho Confederate States, died ut
the rcsidenco of his lifelong friend,
J. U. Payne, New Orleans, at 12:45
o'clock a, m. of Dec. (i. Ho was
born in Kentucky, Juno U, 1808,
making hU age 81. His last words
were, "Pray excuse me," whispered
to his wife the evening boforc Ins
death, in declining the medicine she
Our Holiday Stock of Novelties
Comprise tho largcit and choicest
ART -:- GOODS
Ily "Prong," of Boston; and K. Tuck &
Sous, or London; ever before
shown in Honolulu.
Ximis Card by tho Million,
From 5 cts to $.".
Books & Booklets,'
For old and young. Many other
Gooils impossible to enumerate.
tSf" Call early anil get llrs.1 choice -J
fFrom theOiiiCAiio tNVKSTiOATon.
Always ou tiie alert, and ever anxious to give the public tho most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York lias, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and lias been tho means to liberalize liTo assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, thete
fore, that this great company now comes before the people witli a new
contract, the like of which lias not before been known in life insurance.
Kioin the Kuntuokv Kr.OHTim, Klchnioiul, Ky .Juno as, 18S1I.J
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors!'
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of Hie character referred to out of Hie way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
fFrom the Boston- Posr.
. 414 If
This company lias done more than any other to simplify the assuranca
contract, and lo maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the Pacitic UN'Dr.uwurrr.it, S.m Francisco, July 1, 1830.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide' reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for ils prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and Litis new policy cannot tail to enhance its
reputation for cnlcrpiisc and progressiveness in dealing witli the subject
of life assurance.
BSS"" For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islauds.
THE VERY LATEST IN
.i. t. WATi'.iiuoimi:.
Has just opened out a large assortment
of Goods suitable lot the
JBtolici&y- -: Trade
HMD PAINTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and Ho Dolls !
Anil Dolls of every other ties,
New Games, Footballs,
And other kinds of halls.
Doll Carriages, Hocking Horse?,
Etc., Flc, Etc., Etc.
Toys for the trillion
$KW S1YI.U8 IN
BUY and FANCY GiUODS.
AVISDOING nml llbLIDAY PRESENTS.
Hardware Co., Ld,
.IAS. G. SPENOEK, F. L. WINTER,
Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
gjBt These Goods have just been received from America and Europe,
and are being opened and placed on exhibition in Hie Upstairs Art Room,
as rapidly as possible. aug-3-8ti
Aluliioi'iiv Illoelc. No. 77 JJ'orC fcStrcot.
Frucl, Bull ml America! Dry ul Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Suitable forjoiay Gifts
I havoj list received from the manufac
turers In Ireland 'a large and .ushorted
shipment of Irish Linens of all kinds.
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beautiful patterns with
Napkins to mntch, from the cheapest
to the best qualities manufactured.
In all styles and prices guaranteed,
IRISH LM HANDKERCHIEFS,
In nil styles nnd (piulltles.
Of all makes ami patterns, the finest
selection ever imported. Also,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c, Sc
Also, a few very choice
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured by Marcus Ward &
403 tf W. O. HI'ltQUIili.
1U1 FOItT HTItr.IlT,
Ofkicis llouns; !) a. m, to 12 m. and 7
v. ii. to 10 i u.
Mutual G0fH5aTELEPH0NESc6jrBell 475
Olllce Hours at Rohello Lane, Palauio
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Young Men'B Black French Diagonal Suits I
Doyh' Fino Light Weight Gassimero Suits"!
Gent's Fino Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear!
UENT'S BLACK, BROWN and GREY
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
tiff" All tho above Goods are NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and
will be sold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
The -Lending Millinery Houee, Cornor Fort & Hotel Bts,
LARGEST : ASSORTMENT
Block Spanifih Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Ghantilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream & White Oriental Flouncing, from fiOots yard upward.
Extra Houvy (new style) Oriental Flouncing, from if 1.25 yard upwaul.
Nets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
assortment of all shades of Cashmere, Moiroe, Satin & Gros
1 1 u. to 5 1'. M.
Grain Ribbon. Velvet Rugs in all sizes just received. "
Dost varioty in Cambric, Swiss & Nainsook Embroideries at
tfT Dressmaking Department under tho management of MIS8
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CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
: ; Proprietor.
of "TIIE QREAT BLOOD
SARSAPARILLA and IRON WATER,
Sarsaparilla, Lomon, Cream
& Plain Soda.
AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED I'URE-
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