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DAILY BQLLKTIJN: MO-N'OLUU, II. JM JAlviJAKY 7, 1S!:0.
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TUKSDAY, JAN. 7, 18110.
Helii- Mnl Wahlim from llnimtkiiii
Mint' Kllauea llnti from llnmalimi
H M 8 INplegle, Clurl.e. fur Aeapuleo
Stmr Llkcllktr lor Maul m " n in.
riiuir J A I'utninlin fcir Knoitin at f :i iti
Mini' Klnau lor llllii iinil wnv poii-t :il
'J p in
SlmrWnliilealt' fur Kll.mea :nnl Ifana-
lul ill 5 p in
Kchrl.uka lor Hawaii
.Stmr Mtkiiliala for Itiimti mi . p m
Sttnr.lmiie Mnl.ee fur Kitpiaat t p m
Sulir ICimlilua for Kauai
I'.'iH Nlp-if for Liliuluu
Stmr W.-ilmanuln for Maul ami Miilnkil
al S a in
Stmr ICniila fur Wuiamic at U n in
Am ci'lif Koiii'it l.uwi'iJ. I'ciili'iliuw,
for S.in l-'runci'.co
Hclir Ituli Roy for Kv:i
Sclir AIol YVnliluc fur llaiual.ua
I'rotn wludwaiil ports per . stun-Le-Iiiii,
.Ian 7 .Mr von I't'fel.
l-'or .Maul anil Hawaii per etinr Ki
nau, .lau 7 .IN-s LHiur-u. Mi uav ami
child, 0 .Volley. Ml-w .Milliliter. V Al
len, . I It Vilon. Mrs 1! II 1 1 ttchcoiK,
l)r l.unilv, JK Ruhert-mn. V li J'nrvU.
II II Kenton. (J K IttcliariUmi. Mi X
Danielx, .f Ciiunliiglmin, jr, MUs Oim
nim,'liaiu, Mr- 1". It llcmliy, .Mr- ' W
A-lifiml, Hun .1 1' ICaw'.ilniii. .mil
Tin tisiiktMltlnu S X Cattle Is rceelv
lii xitfjarnl the Klnau wharf.
The steamer Kilauca Hon brought !i00
liaj;- sujjar from Klpulmlii HiN moniiti''
lortliu Kohcrt Lewer.. She will sail
'1'lie steamer Hawaii will lie due to
morrow from ll.inialiiiM.
The V S S Nlp-sle took In ISO tons uf
coal ycMerilny. She. left this afternoon
for a cruise, and will eall tir-t at I.a
linlua. SUPREME COUilT.
4'imtlmiutlun of I'roe.'cillni;- in.Fiiif
uury 'Vnriu---ll-iisUluii or (tie
Yesterday' alternoon Jlr. Justice,
l'rcston heard and "ranted the peti
tion for divorce of George Courtney
vs. Virginia Courtney, on the ground
of adultery. W. A. Kinney for
Jn the opening of Court at 10
o'doek this morning, Robert .Peter
son, second mute of the bark Jus.
A. King, was arraigned on an in
die ment charging htm with assault
witl a deadly weapon on Jas. Stan
fon, a seaman, on Oct. flth. O. K.
' Wilier appeared for defendant, who
plealcd not guilt'.
Rlu waB arraigned for thn mur
der of Akoni at Kwa on Oct. 10,
andpleuded not guilty, A. Uosa ap
peaing as his counsel.
Jihn Kapua had the charge of as
sanlwith deadly weapon withdrawn,
to b substituted with assault and
batfcry. V. IJ. Castle for defend
ant) Vahiueaiia, Jim Kainakcc, Iva
inala, and Lohcole, remanded the
prelious term on the charge of riot
on iiily :50th, were brought up and
disdiarged, and thu defendants
naucd below, for conspiracy and
riot respectively, were further re
maided to April term next:
Cjti9ptracy Hiram Kaalui, Walu,
Ktupa, Kahoomahele, I'auialo,
Majuel Kaawa, Kanikalio, Thomas
Spelcer. Kahuakai, Kultaulalii, A.
S. lahaulu, B. II. Kuhauanui, S. K.
Kaiua, S. K. l'ua, E. K. Maliuka,
A. 1. Palckaluhi, Kaona, llamaia,
Kalll, Kailianu, and Geo. Kaih.
Itut Katnai, Keuwc, Kawehcna,
Kolouou Kahalehili, John' Palau,
Nakii, John Kelii, ISIauu, Name-
Iiawi, Kamaikaaloa, Auwae, Uobert
Jalai, Naihe, I'upule, AVilliam
l'err, John Kaai, Adamu Kaeo,
Kaabkai, Geo. iMaxwell, George
Hake, Sam Lcleo, John Ilnpu, Na
liinahu, S. Kila, INIakolo, Groses
iMukllulii, Polikapu, llonmanawa
mii, Javid KahuUula, and Kaiuii
nioku Tlv Court gave some time to the
bar fir the assignment of days to
casus and issued an order for the
Ilawaian jurj- to appear this aftcr
noonind the foreign jury at 10
o'elou to-morrow morning. At one
o'cloc. this afternoon the trial of
I Ioopa for assault and battery be
gan bfore a native jury. S. 1C.
Kane fr defendant.
SEAMM'S UNION TROUBLES IN
Itapearstho vicious stiifc hu
"txeen Inion and non-Union sailors
bit, beu imported to our hitherto
puueefij strand from San Francisco.
A few veilings ago Thos. Kowe, a
siuilor n the schooner V. S. Ilownc,
was astiilcd with vile language- mid
hard blws by a gang at the inerry-Ro-rounl
off King street. He was
knocke down and then clubbed so
savugcl' that the police doctor had
to dress'soverc wounds in his head,
at the sation. A number of the
gang wee caught and brought be
fore tin injured man, but he was
only aba to Identify one, a Union
man naned Richard Clayton, who
had interfered with him on a previ
ous visitto this port in his vessel.
This mening Clayton got his de
serts frcn Police Justice Poster,
who buu him lo the reef for three
'IHE VEEKLY BULLETIN
X adcouuiiiH. puroly louul umitur
Aiunui in inruiCjU r.ouuirii's, fu
LOCAL & UEHEKAL HEWS.
A himiaii liiiilcr is wanted.
A I'll i nilvciliHtl nit 1k!.
A m:iii:ii ftmii Mr. .J. I .Vnlilc will
Ik' I'utlllil on the fulll ill i,l;;i'.
Tin; Hamilton bou.xi lia
fuinidliid with elecliic lihl.
A I'.wtKU'KM. paily was bold en
boaid tin' K-pii'li1 l.isl evening.
Tin: annual eleeliiin uf t'o, (!i
postponed lioin tin.- Sitli ti.i die 1-Jtli
Mil. K. V. Wile.ix
l'iie for Kiiu.ii on a
Mini tbi.s evi'iiiiiL'.
may po ildy
Tilt: furi'ii'ii jury nte rciiiiied at
the Supi i'iiic ( 'unit tifiuoiriiw iiiiuii
iny al 10 uVlook.
Tin: i:. S.s. Xipnic left f..r l.aha
inn Ibis! afteiiuuin. Slio is expected
b.iek about aluiday.
II. )!. M. H. KtH'li:oi,i: left Hie bai
bor umlei full -team nlimil 2 u'eloek
ibis afleiimoii, on ber vnyajje to Acn-
Tin: band eoneeri at Kninia .;Upi:ic
yecleiday eveuinn was fa illy alti'iid
i'd. The evenim; was lu.inilieent
and (be music enjoyable.
Tin: Hi's! I. di-liiol I'ufunn Club i
culled for Monday uighl, ne.i, to no
ininate deleiile.s to cunveniion ami n
candidate f"i dictiiet Kepti'MMiliitivo.
XmiMAi. clii-M's, under autboiity
of the Hoard of Kdueation, aie adver-ti.-ed
to open at Foil Sheet Si'liool
on Kiiil.iv next, 10th inst.. ul. 2::!0
Miss Jane Hare began duty to-day
as assistant toaeher of Kiiiiluwelii
Hi'bool, Honolulu, and Mins Kminii
Davis in u similar capacity in the
Osi: of the imtivu jury panel tiied
to be let oil" duty bucau.-e lie was a
theological student. Judge Preston
fceeined to think theological Mttdie.
wi'i'o no bar, for be kept the evcuser
Tin: fMiine.-o United Society have
made the following choice of oHieers
for the ensuing year: l'lesident, (.'.
Alee; Viec-l'ri'Mdont, t!oo Kim; Sec
retary, Yini (jiuin ; Treasurer, Xg
Mi!, (ieo. W. C. Jones has been ap
pointed an agent of the Boaid of
Health and sanitary inspector for
Honolulu. He will shortly make an
inspection of the sanitary condition
of the city.
Tm:i:i: was a pleat-nut surpiise
piuty given to Mrs. Doardinan, at
her residence yesteidny ovrning, by
Mrs. Heniy Hebbard and others.
The Quintet Club furnished music
It is reported that Mr. V. H.
Ricknid will stand as candidate for
lU'pi'otentutivo in Hamakua, Hawaii,
Messrs. Moanalmi and Kalua, in Ko
hala, and Mr. Jt. Hycroft in I'tiun,
all on an independent basis.
Mit. Dan Lyons and family have
been loleiised from qiiniantinc, and
are now iiiaiteiod at the Queen'k
Hospital. They arc in sound health,
except thu little Bcvon-year old boy,
who is very low from general debility.
Tin: subject al the week of prayer
service, Central Union Church, this
evening will be, "l'raver for Nations
and thoir Killers," led by Kev. V. U
Oleson. At 11 a. in. to-iuonow the
subject will be, "Our Schools," led
bv Jtev. V. C. Merritt.
A iiksii)i:.t of ICauai says Mr. A.
Dreior is to run against Mr. (I. N.
Wilcox on the Noblo ticket. Also,
that Mr. Mika will oppose Mr. Kice,
Mr. Kauui opjiosc Mr. Knudsen, and
Messrs. Isaac and Kai.i both contest
the honors with .Mr. A. S. Wilcox, for
A new form of ccrtilicate of death
has been adopted by the lloaid of
Health, providing for (ho fullest re
iuircil partieiiliii's of each case of
inoitality. All the essential facts are
tabulated in a stub to .lemaiii in the
book at the orlice of tho Boatd. The
book is well got up under the super
vision of .Secretary Kotter.
Tin: following nowly-elected ofli
cers of Harmony Lodge No. It, I. O.
O. K., were installed last evening by
District Deputv Grand Hire M. 1).
Monsairat: J.'C. (ln.ll. X. .; J. .1.
McDonald, V. (J.; K. W. Laiue,
Seciotarv; Cbas. J. Kishel, Treas
urer; K.'Wilbelnt, It. S. X. (1.; J. U.
Wilson, II. S. V. (1.; S. X. foe, L. S.
V. Ci.j J. U. Lorcn.en, Warden. Ex
celsior Lodge visited in u body and
icccivcd the grand honors,
vl'ilK rir?fftii recital at Kauniaknpili
Chinch this evening promises to be
very enjoyable. Mr. Merger will hi ing
forward the Itoyul Hawaiian Orclies
trn for tho first liino iudoois in pub
lic. Their rchcaisals have been so
satisfactory as to ensiuu a successful
debut. Prof. Sauvlot has kindly con
sented to play lirst violin in Hid oi
e.hcstru for the occiibiou. Mr. Star
key will sing "Calvary," by lloduey,
instead of the song pieviously put
down to him. Mr. Taylor will play
four selections on the grand oignn.
Tickets, 25 cents, can be had at the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
"Week of prayer service, Ceulral
Union Church, 7:l!0.
Organ recital at Kautnakapili
Church, at 7 M.
Drill Co. 11 Honolulu KificH,
at 7:. "10.
Kxeelaior Loiln No. 1, I. O. ().
P., nL 7 :.
REFORM HTWAfiU tlVL
.llecllm: at Hie Itrliii'iutitiic.t Helinol
A lllsliii'f l!liili J'ni-meil----
The. call of the central coinuiiltee
of the Heforin Parly, for a meeting
of the legal voters of Ward fi, drew
n large attendance to the Reform
atory School, I'alama, yesterday
evening. There were inuny pie-ent
Iroin other wards. Mr. II. son Il'rlt
called the meeting lo order, and
.Mr. II. S. Towiisend was appointed
chairiiiaii and Mr. J. J. Lecker
seeretary, both t;uiporuty. A com
inlltce wad then appointed on per
manent organization, z. : Mcssis.
Peter High, V. K. Waiaumu, .1. W.
Wiley, W. 11. Wilkinson, and P.. K.
Campbell. This committee retired
an 1, returning, repotted the follow
ing permanent olliccrs:
Cliiirnian, II. S. Towiisend ; Vice
chairman, A. Fernandez: Secretary
and Treasurer, J. J. Lecker; Com
mittee on enrollment, Cbas. Ham
mer, laeti, J. P. Mcndniica, M
d'Avila, J. C .Marchaut. .1. W.
Alapni, (!. Camphell, I!. A. Duw
'.ettand V. Hrii'-h.
The committee further recom
mended a conslilutioii the same as
that adopted in the other wards.
On motion of Mr. Kmuiehilh, sec
onded by .Mr. L. J. N'abnra Hipn,
the whole report was adopted. The
chairman re-appoiuted the commit
tee on permanent organization. lie
also called a meeting of the club for
next Monday cveiiini;, lo elect dele
gates to a central convention for the
nomination ol Nobles. It was ex
plained that the district club had
the nomination of the candidate for
Kepre.seutalivc. During a recess
taken for the purpose, signatures
were made to the constitution, nine
teen being the number enrolled.
The chairman afterward called lor
His Excellency L. A. Thurston
was the first speaker. He illustrated
his idea of cm rent politics with an
anecdote, in which a little gill when
told, in answer to her childish ques
tions, that if she married her hus
band would be a "man like papa,"
and if she didn't she would be a
"woman like auntie," remarked
with a sigh, "i ell, maiua, tins is a
tough world, isn't it?" The coun
try had been having too much poli
tics for its size the past two years,
and "what we need now is not so
much politics, and bucking against
each other, and nianufactuiing his
tory, as it is to do our best to culti
vate the ways of peace for awhile."
There was no country where intelli
gence, as displayed by ability to
read and wiile, was more general
than in this; no country having
larger exports in proportion to po
pulation. The Itefonn party coining
into existence in the face of trem
endous obstacles had placed the
country cm the nigh road or pro
gress, and even those opposed to
that party pay it the highest com
pliment by not only counterfeiting
its name, but they have stolen its
platform. They started under a
kanaka name and a haole name, and
they could not work tinder either,
unci finally they had to come back
and take the good old name of I!e
fonn and borrow ideas enough lo
make a platform. He contended
that after the llui Kalaiaina had
worked on opposite lines for a year,
to come round in one week with u
different platform constructed lor
thein by the candidates who were
nominated on that platform, they
had the right to conclude that the
opposition was based on either self
interest or personal feeling and not
on principle. The speaker did not
believe in personal politics, having
publicly and privately tried to dis
suade the party from making an issue
sustaining the Cabinet. If they
believed the Cabinet would support
their principles, then stand by the
principles and incidentally by the
Cabinet; but do not send men to
the Legislature lo sustain the Cabi
net no matter how it carries out the
principles. Mr. Thurston then
spoke at length in Hawaiian, reiter
ating his disclaimer of any intent
on the part of the Cabinet to sub
vert the independence of the coun
try. He also paid sarcastic atten
tion to Mr. J. K. Hush and his news
Mr. .1. W. Gibbs, on being per
mitted to speak, characterized as a
lie the statement that the llui and
the 'nion had stolen the Reform
name, as no resolution adopting
that name, had been passed in the
Mr. Thurston said the new name
had been in the newspapers for sev
eral days, and if he had done any
injustice to tho organization he sin
cerely regretted it.
.Mr. Gibbs, amidst laughter, said
that on behalf of the two societies,
he accepted the apology of Air.
Mr. W. C. Achi gave his reasons
for changing from opposition to sup
port of the Reform party, in similar
tonus to his former speech pre
viously published in this paper. Ho
denied that ho had turned because
he was appointed a notary public,
or was promised any position, or
wanted a nomination to the Legisla
ture. Mr. W. 15. Oleson, while not hav
ing come to speak, thought that the
least he could do was to state what
his position and his convictions
were. He- stood wilh the Itefonn
parly mid should stand with it, be
cause he believed that that party
brought to this country responsible,
constitutional government, and he
believed the same party intended to
maintain responsible government
because ho licliovril that they
A W Ul V
JQ a JH ft S OIS' t A 331 W !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
, .'.;v INYO ICU (iK
Fence Who. Ill.icl; Steel
lilack Staph", Special
NEW GOODi ! Mi ixcr NEW GOODS !
In all 1 1 ri . by l.i tw dtrivul. Agents for
Kttlilu'V (lurtleii ?Iosi, Vfro Bound Hose, Steam Hose,
oh m:ky -Tpr.moit huautv.
PACIFIC HAltmVAUE CO., (I.V),
F. DlMINllllAM, .1.0 Sl'l'.NVr.ll, F. L. WlNIKtl,
l'icsideiii. Manager it Secielary. Trcasuti'r.
llloek, No. ', 7
Fuel, Iilisii il American Dry ami Faucy Gills,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
l'TI.I. LINK OF HOLIDAY OOODS
Kid Gloves, Diaiil Die Black Hese in IM k Plain
brought an era of piospcrily to the
country such as it had never before
experienced. He was alo Urin in
his conviction that this party intend
ed to put in tin field a ticket that
diould lecoininend iUelf to the judg
ment and confidence ol this country,
men who would go into the Legisla
ture with the pm pose of scenting
all that hnd been achieved. Then;
was not one matter in popular con
stitutional government that he did
not believe the Itefonn party meant
to carry out. That was why he
stood with them and would give his
vote lo carry them through. "lie
was sorry that the Workingmen's
party had left the Itefonn party,
and it was with sincere iciet that
he saw the division. The larger
propottion of the Workingmeirs
party were with them in starting the
Reform party. It there were other
reforms to be achieved, why
could they not have stayed in
this naitv lo brim: them about? He
could not see any reason for their
leaving, and could not suppose that
good men could do anything without
a good reason. Here was the place
where they belonged. The Reform
party extended their arms to receive
all classes, they turned the cold
shoulder to none. He found him
self working in harmonious relations
with wotkingmen of all classes. At
all events, they must keep responsi
ble government in sight.
Mr. John Kinmcluih gave a his
tory of the anti-Chinese agitation
that led to the formation of the Me
chanics' Union. That agitation ac
complished so much that the men
who took it up weic thoroughly non
plussed, for it took away all ground
of opposition to the Ministers. They
got points from the Ministry that
they never dreamt of before. They
never thought it worth while to an
swer the Ministry. The Mechanics'
I'nion's. first platform was something
that any mechanic would be asham
ed to acknowledge. The first clause
took all the power from the King
and gave it to the people. The
second clause was one Hint they
just let themselves out on. It im
plied that the mechanics could not
raise the pittance of m.v hundred
dollars a year "Come on, boys,
and let us all vote for Nobles." Why
were they not consistent and abolish
the House of Nobles altogether?
From the moment, that it was pro
posed to create Unit platform for the
Workingmen's party he was out of
that party. The hurry in which the
platform was adopted was enough
to condemn it. Since then they had
seen such a political somersault as
he had never heard of before. The
idea of men coming out with such a
platform and then to turn round and
steal a platform, almost every arti
cle of which is such as the Reform
party would give them anytime and
every time ! It was partly from their
(the Reform party's) neglect of the
workingiiien'a interests that this
new party came about, but the Min
isters had done their best. Jfthe
mechanics and retail merchant
wanted to be properly represented,
they must elect good men, for they
could not get representation by the
candidates whose names were in the
held. Charlie McCarthy was a boy
whom everybody loved and who had
no right to be with that class. The
Chinese question was not promin
ently up when the new Constitution
was adopted, that is why nothing
was done about it. The party in
convention should adopt a plunk
similar to that adopted at the special
election. Wo must have a civilized
government for a civilized people.
Ho believed the time had come
when the (iovernment had no need
for Chinese in any shape or form.
Increase home industries. Do away
with Chinese coffee shops, the most
baneful thing in these islands. They
wanted a policy that would give the
taxpayers a solid form of govern
ment. He did not believe in giving
votes to any people who wore not
interested in the country. Such a
thing the people of their own coun
tries would never have stood. He
thought a great deal of the cause
for the trouble of Urn last two years
had been tho giving of political pri
vileges to an element that might Just
as well i'v been without them.
The sj eakci' concluded with an argu
Just at Hand;
Wire, (i;iU'iinieil Staph
Oii'ilitv Fence Staple".
-tctu" iiija l
. w ji m. i ui i '
Koi'l Mt !( I.
ment in favor ol protecting home
manufactures, and of the free ad
mission of all Hawaiian products
into the Tnitcd States.
The meeting then adjourned.
flilL ,'Ullillll lilerlinn of ('oii'.p.ltiy
JL (Mlli'uis ((Jo. (Ji, I lint win to take
place on the ytli inii , his li-jcn ihihI.
poiied In the 1,ili inM.. hi the suae Icmii
anil phice 411! It
a Yo iiK OriiiiHii Wmnnn, to take
cure of eliildre or do liuht house.
work Apply al ''Coinor Meieliunt and
Alake.i stieeU." Al'i tt
COOl) Cook for nuicli on Hawaii
Apilv ut this milcc. -Iti tf
J)Y a Middle Al"'i1 Muii of e.vpcri."iie.',
. oncriry ami puMi, a position as
accountant, siilt'simia or nutiiftyer, in
mercantile house, or would liny mi In.
teresl in uti established business, city oi
country. References given Kmi'nlre
nt this ollloe. 'WtMf
17 OR r,
or hi year iuge
'nstiire Uiuitls in I'niioi
Valley. Applv In
On I'll lube.'.
I HAVE this day .sold nil my right,
liile mill Interest in the lime slioe.
nig Inuiaiss as enrrit.il on by mo om
Queen htrcet, under the nnnieol "Wiltion
Hro.'1 lo Mi.Tlins. Ilolliucr. nail tn'u:
IliiA opportunity of tlunklng the public
lur their pntroniigi' In the piM, with ti
linpe iliut my siiccc-wir will ineul with
the .slime favors in Hie ftHup'.
Cll.vs. 15. Wll.SO.V.
I'oiohilu, .Ian. I, IM0. 4 lU lvv
1st : DISTRICT
MEETING NOTICE !
A 111 L'CtillC Of till!
1st, District, Jtui'oim Club
Will be held nt ihu
Beretailia Street School House,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan, 13th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
For the purpose of electing Delegates to
tin Nominating Convention, tor Ihr
iioiiiluutloii of C.miliil'itos lor Noblt'H
Mill uitni!iHtiii a Ciiiuliditti) for ltepie.
entilive of the Kirsi District
Per order A.YOI'.VO,
O. T. Wii.nuu, i It.ilriiiiu.
Hccrciuiy. -110 7t
General Election of 1890 !
Toil XOUI.KH Isi.ani or-Oaiii'
II. A. WIDKMANX,
.IOHX A. CUMMIN'S,
i:. C. MACKAHLANK,
II. (!. f'UAIllli:.
c. j. McCarthy,
.1. S. WALK Kit,
I). W. l'l'A.
J.'OIt RKI'RKSKNTATIVl'.H His
Tltll'T Ol' IvO.S'A, Oaiic.
W.vim 1 .1.
Vaiu :i A.
, IF. OUMMIXOM.
Equitable Life Assurance Societv
OK TI1K. I'XITKI) STATKR
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Ofiicral Aieut for the Hawaiian Island.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Pf.ANTATrOX & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'lANTATION HU1M'II 10H.
O.iiioiiti'it.', Uhick-inilliV, Machinists' it l'luinheis' 'IV.l,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen I'lcntil, l'.iiuts OiN, Varnishes, I.unii (iomls anil
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox Si Gibbs, Sl Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jajne & Sons Family Medicines.
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VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
FlI JAYS $2.50 H JO DAYS
OUIt JUANI SILVER (5IFT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Pining this ealt) every ciihtoinei ituieh.iMni; the amount ot !r'l!..MI
woith will lene'iMi n haudi-tntu1
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Cotne anil cxaiiiini! our NKW (iOODS, iinil you will Iinil tlieui inueli
iiowcr and lower in priced than oIhuwIicic. It in our uualletahle ilelenniua
timi to have no recourse to mileailing or iniHieiiresoiitatioii. Our ailveiti
uii'iil truly ropiubuntH tho OoocIh wo oll'iir for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fino "Whito TJntrimmed Straw Hatn.
fj3T Look at our Hotel Stiect
Tim near apiiroach of tho holidays and overstock of Goods muko it inii
rative that wo niake tho nioit riulical and KWeopiiiK clmnges in out prici'ii,
ami we feel fully juslilicd in iuhliely iiHsoitint; that in thu coming week our
li.it inns can becure advantages in
Dry (luoil;;; liny I Mi Fiirmsliii Mt
Which hau never hecn eiitialed.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY!
.1li!ilo. Ladies' RalhiiKCan HoM',.sill; clocked; A ilozho.v,only$1.10forlhelov.
Ladies' Colored Hoiileied Haiiilkerehiefs.Roml quality; V etna tloz.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST.
)" Our Millinery is tho fineot line o.xhihileil in this city.
gjtr'- s nmko rt'diictions in all our doiiurtmcnU,
CTTAS. J. FISHEL,
I2i l in Tim l.oatUn Mlllliitiry IIoumi.
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Etc., Etc., Etc.
Window anil sco tho fini; ilixpliy of
lor tno HolulayH.