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WKDNKSIUY, JAN. 8, 18JM).
Sluir l.fhtta (torn Ilaniakua
Kehr Kiiwiilliiul from Konlatt
.SehrWidmsdii fioin 1'iliiit
Slmr IvmiImuI from llntiiitktm
Am ti'iu Pied K SiimlciM. ItoOM, It days
ft in ii Toll Tow ii-i'iiil
.Illll S -
Slmr Wuinnnalo for Maul nnil M ( ilol;:: I
at S u in
Hinir ICtmlii for Wniiinai stt 'J :i in
'flir lloli Hay for'Lwii
Sichr Mol Wuliltm for ihininktiii
Sehr lliili'iikiilu for lliw.dl
Am M'lir Itnhrtt Lewer.-. PciiIuiIkav,
for San Francisco
Stmi-KllniK'allnu for Iliiiuakua at i! p m
Molir KumhII.uiI for ICooluil
I'or Kauai per Mini1 Miknhala, .f.m 7 -linn
Chin Guy, P. Miller ami wife, MN
Miililium, MM Kalu, MM L Daiuiciiu,
Uev C! .Suinuinlo, It Gerke, and -10 deck.
I'or Maid per stmr Likellke, Jan 7
C N Spencer, Jtev loMipa and wife, Mr
(!ili;ilvi. .1 T, Miller, (ill's Lemon, and
, Tlif steamers Iualmii aud Lehua ar-
i lived this morning from llaumkua with
f tllo and luou lings sugar respectively for
the schooner ltnhcrc l.ewors.
The tern V S IJownc will lease eaily
next week for Mahiikoua, Hawaii, to
load sugar for San Fraud -en.
The .schooner Wulmalii hi ought this
morning- from Puna 1001) ties and ill)
li.gf of nlilu wood for the () It ,Sc 1. Co.
The bark I.udy l.auip-on lluishcil dls-
w. charging tlila afteinooit.
The .-leainer (J K Ill-hop hroughl 7-12
IMS migar, -10:1 lugn p.uhly. MO hags
lire, ami aild hags rice Ijimii,
The American foiir-inasted schooner
Itobmt hewers, Captain l)e 11 P Peu
Ir.illow. sail to-morrow for San Fran
cisco with 1:1,10 tons .sugar anil a deck
loail of banana?.
.Mr. Wrsiy Taylor is to be con
gratulated on the, frrcul success of
his eleventh organ recital, given in
KamnakaniK Church yesterday
evening. There was a large attend
ance including Princess Liliuoka
lani and other prominent persons.
The numbers played oti the organ
hy Mr. Taylor were as follows:
Alaruh Triomnhalo (Lennnens),Her-
ccuse in A (l)elbruck). Andante in
(! (Smart), ami Offerloiie in A
(HiHtate). Ho succeeded well in
bringing out many of the innumer
able beautiful harmonics of which
the magnificent instrument is cap
able. Mr. T. M. Slarkey sang with
evident acceptance Rodney's song,
'Calvary." Miss Annie Dowsett
sang "Angels' Serenade," Miss
Jaiuieson of San Francisco playing
the piano accompaniment, and Prof.
Sauvlet an obligato on the violin.
Miss Dowsett's Binging was rich and
flawless, but the instruments were
rather strong for her. In respond
ing to an encore, however, the young
lady fully overcame the disadvan
tage, her fine voice ringing out clear
and full above the instrumental
chords. The Royal Hawaiian Or
chestra, led by Prof. Jierger, won
an ovation at every one of three ap
peal ances. Its best appreciated
piece was evidently Reach's gavotte,
"Secret Love," which was loudly
encored. Prof. Sauvlet handled the
first violin in the orchestra with
marked skill, and in all his playing
of the evening proved himself a
The total number of deaths lepoitcd
for the month of December, 188'J, was
)7, distributed as follows:
, Under 1 year..
From 1 to fi...
Fioin Ji toll)..
Pinm into -M.
From 0 lo ill).
From flu to -JO... fl
From 40 to SO.
From fiO to ('.0. . .
From uo to 7(1...
4!l Females -!
OAUSK OV UKATII.
Liver Complaint 1
Old Age 5
Dt!u 18S.1 II)
Annual death rale per 1000
Pitt ii . an
All other nallomditic:. :I0.0U
Fourteen of the total number are from
measles or the sequent of measles.
C. (. Rr.YNOi.ns,
Agent Uoard of llealtli.
Tin: Uui.i.irrtN vki:kly Kl'mmauy
of Jan. 7 is a number that xboidd bn
Kceiucd for the foreign inuiln. It
contains a btiecinct loviow of tho
past year, espcemlly full on Hawaiian
ad'airs. Theio aie uUo a gieat many
political addiesses of tho week, the
platform of tltu National Refoiiu Par
' ty, t'ustoms statistics, etc, As the
papor is off tho pi ens no cop'ion can
bo supplied beyond llio tslilion
wwwyw m,rvt ww m rjww w I'faftg)!
LOCAL & GENERAL NhWS.
Tin: Honid of llcullh met Ihii
t'Asru: v ('iiiil;c advertise tali-
- . . - - -
ISn.wtD uud u room ore wanted liy
.i yt hi ui; lady, p
Mil. Geo. W. C. .luiie-' uppuintnii-iil
is gnveited csevlieie.
'K lelllrn pctlllil to Chinese was
i-sncil for the hail; Am, Tinner.
A Mi:i:nx(i of Hie .tttlo llo.il
Club will be belli this, evening, at
tbeii boat holl-i', al 7 :."0 o'clock.
ANY pOtffC.-.so! of a copy uf Viie
fide mid Farm for .lutie, iSHl), will
lind n lucrative oiler in another col
umn. Nortecs appear in the ollieial col
umn 1'iom tbeelialniieii of inspccloi.s
of election in the liu-t and tbiul dis
Tin: American tern Finl, K. San-del.-,
O.ipl. Koos, ui lived this after
uiion, after a pleanut pasMge of -II
days I'kiiii Port Tow iisond.
CAi-r. Walker, of the ill-fated
Wandering Miustiel, lias bought Hie
bark Ida, Hint put in here fioiu the
Hound, leaking, home lime ago.
TiiK Fouitli Di'tiiet ltefoim flub
i.s called for Monday evening, tn no
minate delegate lo convention .mil
a candidate for Kcpic.-ontalhc.
Tin-: Anglican Chinch Chronicle
notes that the (Joveruiiieul failed to
make the u-ual piocl.iuiatiou of pub
lic bolidavs for Cbiistnias and New
Tin: iiniMs meeting of the National
Reform Party will be held at the
Honolulu Ritles Aimory this evening
at 7:l!l o'clock. Theie will be
hpeecjies by canilidalcs on the pub
Tin: new bust of His Majesty by
Mr. Hutchinson, on exhibition at
King Ittos.' att stote, Hotel street, is
a superior woik of art. A det,eiip
lion would scaicely do it justice; it
requites to be been to he appieci.tted
Tin: week of prayer service at
feudal Union Chinch this evening
will be led by Rev. Dr. Beckwitb, the
subject being, "Prayer for ibe
Voting." At 11 a. in. lo-moriow
Hon. Henry Wiiterlioiiso will lead
tho service on the topic, "1 Ionic
A .IaI'A.nkse named Yamado Ta
mi.o was coinmittcd to the Insane
Asylum yesteiday by Police Justice
Foster, on the evidence of Dr. M.
Ktiwada, a Japanese physician. The
doctor said the alleged cause of the
man's insanity was fear of a planta
tion overseer who kicked him.
Tin: central committee of the Re
form paity is composed as follows:
Harry von Holt, chairman ; L. C.
Abies, secretary and treasuter; Ficd.
HnrriHou, Julius Ascb, E. S. Ciinha,
K. G. Schuniiui, W. O. .Smith, Au
di ew Urown, T. C. Porter, W. It. Ole
son, W. C. Wilder, Win. II. Hoogs,
W. R. Foster.
A Cm.N'KHK backman had bis car
liage overturned in the ditch between
King street and the railway station
yesterday afternoon, by the horse
backing. The carriage was damaged
in diileient ways ami the diivcr only
saved himself from injury by its
marknble spryness in coming on bis
feet when the rig went over.
Kxcki.siok Lodge, IOO F, ye.-ler-day
evening had the following offi
cers installed by District Deputy
Grand Siro, M 1) Moiisarint: A M
Mellis, P G ; A K Weir, N G ; George
Johnson, V G ; T S Soutbwiok, Secre
tary; J J Greene, Treasurer; C
Ka'iser, Waiden; W O Parke, Con
doctor; J J Lecker, KS N (!; R N
Websler, L S N O; H R Hitchcock,
R S S; G P Castle, I,SS; F Meln
tyie, R SVG; K I) Crane, L S V G ;
S Savidge, Chapl.iin; V, Hingley,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Week of prayer service, Central
Union Church, '7:1)0.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rilles,
at 7 :!)().
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. i K. of P., nl
Meeting Myrtle Rout Club, at
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7 :."().
Monthly meetings UngiueCos.No.
1 and t! at 7 :.').
Mass meeting, National Reform
Parly, Rilles' Armory, ut 7 :!)().
. . i ji
This morning Ah Sin was lined 81
and 81.40 costs, for driving his dray
faster than a walk.
Thrqe native women were dis
charged after trial for iihing bad
language. It was proved that two
of them said "Rats!" Keanu, one
of them, was then tried for assault
and battery on Mrs. Joseph Pali,
aud being found guilty was lined
810 and 81.20 costs.
A Chinaman found with two opium
pills in the hat lie wore, which he
said was not his hat, was acquitted
of having opium unlawfully in pos
session. There were one line and one for
feiture, ( each, for drunki'iinens,
Tine officers of Polynesia Kncanip
meiit, I O O F, in.-talled by M D
Monsanat, D 1) (J S, oil Januiuy :,
aie as follows: A W Ricliardron, C
P; On Johnson, II P; J J Caideu,
H W; A K Weir, J W; A L La
l'iene, Seeiehuy; J .1 (Jieene.Tie.is-urer.
An Aeijiiltlnl nml i NiM-iilt.('rii' I
4'lty III Alitlilllln
llnopai. tried yesterday aflernoon
for assault and battery on a female,
was acquitted. I
Maria Kahui vs. Kama! (w.), )
eieetnient. was partly tried lielore a
Hawaiian jury, when plaintiff took n
nonsuit. J. M. Mnusnrral for plain
till'; Cecil llrnwii for del'endnnl.
A decision in banco was given in j
the ease of the Hawaiian t invent
nient vs. William II. (Jornwoll, eject- ;
ment. I lie full t oiirl overt tiled e
coptioiis to rulings of Mr. .Ittslice
Dole, who gave judgment for plain-
till' for possession ol premises wilh
iibiniual damages of one dollar.
This morning Ako, Chinese, was
arraigned for larceny second degree,
and "pleaded not "guilty. Kinney
and Ashford for defentlant.
The foreign jury wete culled into
the box for tho dial of Frank lloli
tiiiiti, et al., cruelty lo animals, an
appeal from the Honolulu Police
(Joint. 'The alleged olfense con
sists in wot king a pair ol mules
willi collar sores in a street ear last
June. A. P. Peterson and C.
C'teighlun for the Crown; r M.
Hatch for defendants.
Andrew IJ:own happened lo have
been on tile car when the police stop
ped it ; he had formed an opinion and
was excused. II. M. Dow formed
an opinion at the time and the Coitit
let him out. I'll. Opfergelt bad an
opinion on a principle involved aud
retired. John Phillips believed that
lie bad expiessed an opinion ex
cused. J. (). Caller, jr., was ol
opinion the parlies were guilty, and
was not detained to hear lite testi
mony. II. K. Melntyre saw the
mules, so that lie needed to hear no
The pane1 now being exhausted
tile Marshal brought in talesmen.
R. S. Scrinigcour saw the nniimils
and had no prejudice, lint testimony
in the lower Court gave him an opin
ion contrary to Ins own judgment ;
he was let go. Win. Phillips knew
nothing of the case and stayed. X.
K. Rtirgcss being challenged by the
defense withdrew. Win. Merry was
informed of the case by Mr. Peter
son and was asked if lie had formed
an opinion, when he evoked an audi
ble smile all round by replying:
"No; I didn't know anything about
the case. I have just been down
Nuuanit avenue for my breakfast."
1 Ic .stood.
Mr. Hatch having expiessed his
satisfaction with the jur', they were
sworn as follows: C. V. Wolfe, ".
II. llaird, .1. II. Kistler, II. A. Par
melee, Win. Merry, W. Phillips, M.
N. Kennedy, W. Jordan, M. I Li vis,
J. D. Tregloan, S. H. Ro-e, Jos.
Defendants, Hoffman and Howell,
were convicted, three jurors dissent
ing. .Judgment ol the lower totirt
a line of 820 was alllrined with
costs in Supreme Court.
This afternoon Ahing (Chinese)
is being tried for larceny second
degree, before a foreign jury. W.
It. Castle assisting prosecution ; de
fendant in person.
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
ICditok Bii.i.ktix: It is sotite
times urged that it is absurd to de
ride politicians in a country where
politics arc a chief aud fundamental
interest, and where it is a primary duty
of tho citizen to bo interested about
politics. Without reflection this re
mark appears to be a not unreasona
ble remark. Rut it would be as wise
say that in a commercial and trad
ing country, where the great mass
of people are engaged in business,
it is absurd to object to dealers in
wooden nutmegs and sanded sugar.
11 a primary and vital condition of
business be dishonest', a commun
ity which is characteristically a busi
ness community is a nest of sharp
ers. If we cannot deuounco conll
deuce men without maligning mer
chants, it is because merchants ate
This is equally true of the spheie
of politics. In our current nomen
clature the wonl politician has come
to describe a person who devotes
himsell lo politics tor his hellish ad
vantage. This, however, is really
treachery to politics, which, truly
understood, are concerned with the
public welfare and not with private
gain. Undoubtedly in a just and
comprehensive sense as talesman is a
politician, because he deals with the
polity of the state. Hut the word i
not currently used in that sense.
Indeed, so distinctively has the
word politician become the descrip
tion of a self-seeker that it is used
as the antithesis of statesman, and
to say that a man is a statesman but
not a politician is to say thai he
makes politics a service to the com
monwealth and not a trade for his
own benefit. For the very reason,
therefore, that in this country poli
tics should be the aelivo concern ol
every citizen, the politician", or the
man who seeks his own personal ad
vantage under the false pretence of
the public welfare, ought to be
branded as an enemy of the coun
try. ' 0. L. M.
SJi.BO A LOOlv
''pUK above amount will lie p-iiil fur
1 a look at a copy of "Kliclilc &,
P'irin," (Published in .lursey f'llv,
N .1 ), for .lune, 18SU. 441 1w
pV a Young Liuly Hounl
j Hint a Kooni in a nr.
vato finally, within the eliy
limits. Apply to "P. O Hex IV
MON()l.iHI,H, II. I.,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NT.W I.WOICK t)F-
Cla&sware &. Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Galvanized Pence Wite, Itlaek Steel I'i nee Wire, Galvanized -Inplo,
lilnrl: Staples 'Special (Jtiihiy Fence Staph-.
NEW GOODS ! 4 tr--NEW GOODS !
Jn all liic s late auial-, gcnts foi
ItiihluM' Carrion I !, Wirn Hound Homo, Sli'ittn Hnsr,
or i:uy si I'KiMoit ijrvi.nv.
l'ACIFIf HARDWAHK CO., (Ii.'),
P.. P. Diu.inoiia.m, .1. (J. Si'Kxccii, V. I. Wixnii:,
jiin-ll-llO Pichiilent. .Manager it Seeictary. Ticasuicr.
TCiJ A w
Mf iirrii.N ICIoclc.
FreiclL Eilisli and American Dry oil Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FH,I. LINK OK HOLIDAY OOODS
Kid Gloves, Diamond Dye Black Hose In Riled & Plain,
General Election of 1890 !
KOI! NOI1I.RS Isi.ixn oi' Own-,
11. A. WIDHMA.NW,
IOIIX A. CUMMINS,
V.. O. MACFARLANl'.,
II. O. ORAP.P.K.
c. .i. McCarthy,
.1. S. YVALk'KR,
I). V. l'UA.
FOR RKPRRSKNTATIVKS Dt
'I'liicr oi' Kona, Oaiii-.
Wauo 1 .1. K. IJUKII.
Wauh l! II. (JUMMINOS.
Wwin!! A. MARQUKS.
Ai:i). T. R. LUCAS.
YVAiciif) H. W. WII.COX.
JOR ,ri or 10 e.ir; lite
Pasture I.utuls in I'aiini
VkIIi-v. Aiiply to
rllMT. Iim day sold all my ri'dit,
title ami interest in the Ihiim- siioo.
iK business it cairled on hy me on
Queon ktreet, under the ninui'of"Vilsnii
Urou." to .Mr. Thin. Hidliuejer, and take
thiH opportunitv ot thimkiii),' the public
lor then patroini! in the )iiKt, "itli n
hope t hut my swicmsor will meut with
thi! siunu favors in the future.
CilAa. 1!. WILSON.
Honolulu, .Ian. 1, 18!0. tt lw
"VTOTIOR W hereby fjlven lo .ill per
.Li i-ous that on tho .10th ilav Ois-eui-ber,
18H!, a meeting of the Mockholdei
of tlio Hawaiian Pacillc Cable Co win.
held at the offleo of K. O. Hall it Son,
Limited, Honolulu, and at paid meeting
it was voted hy Mild stockholders to
accept a charter of incorporation iriuiil
eil to lliem utiilcr tin; corporate name
and stvlo of 'Uiiwidlan Pacllle Cable
( o." Xvoveniber 15, ISsy, and that the
corporation under said charter there
upon organized thum-elvcs and eleeted
the following ollleers:
.1. Slieruian Itartholouiowof Honolulu
Hon. Kdgar Crow linker. M. P., of
Vhuoria. P.. C Yice-Pi cedent
V.. I). White of Houoluhi Secretin'
Finuk A. Dudluyof Xlngara Falls, X.
Wm. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor
Xotlce is fiiithiM'iziveii that pursuant
to the terms of said chatter, ''No stock
holder shall Imlhidtially he liable for
(lie delith ot tho Coipora'tlon beyond the
amount which shall be due upon the
llio shiue or h.irc held oi owned by
hiinsell." K. O. WHITK.
I II tin Set'ieliiii.
A Jfflg -V with or uiihout hounl,
UiJlVffix in a piivaie Iniuily. C'aiK
pass tin; door. Inipilie at this olllie,
i COTTAOi: ut Niiiluile.
iv will, 1'ilsnm, next door
&yW2XR to W. Aiild's premlsm, con
tidiiliiK kitchen, stable, cut rlnge house
and otliei couvinioiici'h. For tuitlier
paitietilai'4 apph to
Awatoot blnie, Miiun.ike.i ulici't.
lOMXTION of OFFICUKH.
ATau ailjouraiil annual meeting of
the slookholdet'H of the Wiiimiiiu
Co., Imlil lliln (bit:', tho Iwllowin.n Ml''
tlemuii were duly elected to sciic im
otllci'M for ihu I'lmuiug year:
Hon. H. A. Wlilemann... riesldent
Hon. 0. N. Wllco . . Vire.l'ridetit.
Hon. ,. .laeger Treamier.
C. 0. IIcrt;t;r,,.aceiiiiiiv .t Andlior.
Honolulu, .Ian. C, IBf'O. 4-1.1 lw
Stifjar llollur Wanletl.
AN Kxpert lliilhr .intcd for Ha
miik-iiii Mill, Uawiiii. Aiiply
to Tiil'.o. II. DAVIFSA CO.
I -I'I til
.JAN'UAKY v MM
ware Co., L'd,
No. 77 l-'orl Htvecl,
4tli District Meeting Notice !
A inen'iili.'iif tin- Fourth l)n,lriel liel'ollil
C JI ill. w,ll he helil at the
'OLD ARMORY,'' (JI'I.knSi ,
Monthly TCwniii";, .Lin. l.'Mli,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
For the puri'iMc of t-lrft inir 0leiale
Pi the Xomiii.itiui; .e vmion lor
Nolili'H, and iintiiiniiiiii" 11 ninliilnti'
foi Iti-piisenliiiive of the Fouitli Pi-
tilcl. I'er older.
(Jr.o. V. SMITH,
'I'. (!. Pol! i Kit, I'lniirin in.
M-eieliiry. ,117 -It
1st : DISTRICT
MEETING NOTICE !
A nu'elbig of iim
1st Dislilol, Rcroin. CM lib
Will be held nl the
Beretania Street School House,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan, 13tb,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
For the pilipo-e of electing le!i'g:ilei lo
the Koiuimitlng Convention, for the
uomiiiution ol Cindidute- lor Noiilei
mid nomiiiiiling a Caiullil'ite. lor Repte
seutaliveol the First District
P.r order. A. YOl'XtS,
C. T. Wll.liKl!,' liairmaii.
i.. j. i,Ki:i.
Saturday, Jan. I I, 1890
Kiih) iippciirauco of tin- Re-
BOSTON IDEAL CO.
Fiutlier pariirubiis i,n aniv.il of
S S. AoBtialiii, .Ian Hlili
t3T Ho" plan lor rescrvul s(, its foi
tin' Hoason Is now open
Cay Hox plan 'lor reservid heat fur
opcnliiK iiiglit "ill ho open nn fnturtliiv
moiniug, .Ian. lllii, at U o'clock, at I.. .1
I.evcN V ottlec -llWtr
The Lessees of Lots
mruATi: is thi;
iMehcchynotincd tint the Association
m. , , rem, r., , fi.
' ' l" I
Grant a Ronwal of their Lease foi
30 Yeors i'rom dato,
l.'lion pie-enlftliou nf proper title ileoiln
and the )iiiviner.t ol a nonii.
WrAppliciitioin to he ni'idi! lo W. 11.
A. S. OI.KOIIUKN'.
I'reshlrnt Kapiolani Park Ahso'ii.
IIimioIiiIii, Dec. '.7, l&Hi. -t il lm
LOVEJQY & CO.,
1.1 uimnii Ml., lloimliilii.
Tlffer for nalo al unusually low prh'is, a
lull iissoriineni and lies! InamU of
Ales, Wines, Beers, Spirits, &c.
efiy-l'avlnji heeii appointed hy Mews.
I aelimmi A' .lacohl of San 'Francisco
thnli'Milt! Aenth for Hawaiian Island--,
wo are enahled to ofler their ju.-tlv
CVlehiated Wine-- to our ti lends and thV
public at eiy low rate-,. 4 :t I lm
I A RTNK US 1 1 1 1 NOT 1 CE.
A, KSSHS. Perdlnanil Scliloinger and
1 Jiil. l.c.nei tiro admitted us
ptiitners in our linn.
M. PHILLIPS X CO.
lllllinlulll, .lull, I, imil. 'Ill lV
,ss: ia .... ,yMav .,;.,,. i
JC UPJ J,H ,
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF TIIK rXITF.l) STATUS
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
(ieueial Aeul for tlie IlutsuiiAii hlaiols.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & IXSLKAXCK AfJKNTM,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
C'.iiiii'nteih', Uliicksniitlih', .Machinists' A I'lumbcir' Tor.lf,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kilehcn Hlensilf, Paints, Oils, Varnislie, Larip Ootids and
C iieiil 3X.oiolkn,ii1iMk.
Blake's Stwui Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox. St Gibbs, & Keuiugton Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape Sl Sons Family Medicines.
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
Fl 1 "Mys t9M f fi r 3ii Wi
OUR UKAND SILVER T.1FT SALK
UI1 ITIUJM UA. I , 11666111061 lOLll, lOOlJ,
I lining Huh Kile every om-lonier ptticbahin tin amnunt of ijrt2..riO
Mirtli will n.'ccivc a liauiUome
(oiue and examine, our NEW GOODS, nml you will Unit tbeni niucb
newer and lower in prii'UH than elsuwhere. It in our uualti'iable determina
tion to lime no rocourno to iiiiBlcadiiigor iniHrcpiL'sentatiou. Our advertine
nu'iit ti illy icpresiinta the Goods wo oiler for hale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmcd Straw Hats.
f0 Look at our Hotel Street
Tho near appioaob of tlm ho1td.iyn and ovorhloek of Goods make it iinpe
tatie tbut wo make tho most uidicul and Nweupine, cluinKcs in our piicea,
and we feel fully justified in publicly tuMMting that in the cominj; week our
puttoiiM can hcc.ure advantages in
Dry Goods, lilin & Gents' Fonisliii Goods,
Which li,in never been equaled.
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY !
ni'Jdo. Ladies' UalbtiKKi'u I Iomm1I; clocked; do box, only $1.10 for Hie hot.
Ladies' Uoloied Uonteted Handkerchiefs, "j;ood quality; 75 etna do..
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST,
0f Our Millinety is the fini'Ht line exhibited in this eity.
gjtT Wo will make, reductions in all our dcpurtJiienls,
CTIAS. J. FISHEL,
. .- , ., t. . . :, :$M J. j JA , i.l;MMMf
is Reserved. :?
g ?' WEPffl.li.l!M!."lfS.M.1'
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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Window and t-eo tho rum display of
lor tnu ItolulayH.
I.tMiiUit: MUUiiory llotiuo.
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