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Hut titablithrd for the benefit of nil.
THUKSDAY, MAH. 27, 1890.
THE AUDITOR'S POSITION.
The Auditor-General's position
muy be clearly stated in few word3,.
He doci not attempt to obstruct the
legilimato work of Government; but
endeavors to conform to the law
which spccilics the duties of Uia of-
lice. Under that law he was ap
pointed, and fur the cxprcHs pur
pose of carrying out Its provisions.
It is his duty to do as the law di
iect3. His employers, the people,
expect him to obey the law.
Some individual law-despising
"tax-payer," with possibly a
backer or two, yielding to his so
cialistic propensities and for inter
uHted rcaeons, may prefer to see the
Auditor-General assume the tcspon
sibility of smashing the law into
smithereens; but persons of this
stamp are in such a diminutive
minority that they need not be tak
en into account. Even should the
majority come to the same way of
thinking, the Auditor as a conscien
tious man would decline, on the
ground that his commission gave
him no such authority, nnd knowing
that the Legislntuio alone
is constitutionally invested with
that power. In the case to
which the iccent mandamus
i elated the Auditor-General under
itood the law to prohibit his passing
tir auditing certain accounts. The
Minister of Interior read the law
differently. The matter was car
ried to a higher authority, the Su
preme Court. This authority pro
nounced in support of the. first
gentleman's view, thus confirming
him in his refusal to audit. if
"obstruction" there be the obstruc
tion is in the law as interpreted, and
not in the man who obeys its
HAWAIIAN COMMERCE FOR '89.
The following article is from the
Plainer' Monthly, furnished to that
journal by the Collector-General of
The exports for the year 1889
have amounted to SM,93S),211, and
the imports to $5,438,790, making
the total foreign trade of the King
dom aggregate 820,373,031.
The principal domestic products
exported in 1889 were:
Sugar, pounds 2l2,lt;5,S3." i;,0S!),a02
Klce. ' . !1.G(M,10G 151,181
Uaimnas,ljiiclis. lO.'i.S'.t') 1H5,'J78
Molasses, gab .M,0:KS (1,185
The following table shows the ex
ports of sugar and molasses for the
past fourteen years, the export 1889
having amounted to 121,000 short
tons, or about the .same as 188, as
estimated by us a joar ago:
S7t J0.073, tUO 1110,07.1
1877 a.V.75.!Wo 151,120
18S7 21 2,711. (M
lSsS 2.15,888,3 lli
The banana trade showed a de
cided increase, which wilt continue
to develop in Inline, as the laud
available for its cultivation near this
port is taken up.
The number of pnr-ener- ariiv
ing during 1889 was 3,07), and the
departures 2,313, showing an excess
of airivals of -l,.",r8. 'J'he uumber
of Chinese that lull the Kingdom in
1889 was 1,059 excess over arrivals.
The customs receipt.-, amounted
to$.r.r0,010.lr. in 1889, which is n
mufih belter showing than was an
ticipated. Altogether the loicign
commerce of this Kingdom is in a
very pioperoiir, and satisfactory
The imporN show a steady in
crease, and about four-fltths, or
nearly eighty percent of tho whole,
are from the United .Slates. This
increasing dependence of Hawaii on
the United .Stales nhovvs the advan
tage of the Reciprocity Treaty,
which is giadually but firmly
strengthening the commercial unlou
between the two countiics.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A, Honolulu Rifles,
Kamchameha Lodge of Perfectiun
No. 1 A. and A. S. It., at 7:30.
Reception by Theo. II. Davies to
Honolulu Iron Works men and fam
ilies, Y. M. C. A. hail, 7:30.
Meeting of chess players, Camera
(.'lull looms, 7:30.
Suit) of furniture for Mrs.
Schwartz, by Morgan, 10 a. in.
Meeting Pacillo Sugar Mill Co.,
olllcn V. A. Sclmefer & Co., 10 a.m.
" Steamer W. G. Hall sails for Maui
and Hawaii, 10 a. in.
Regular cash unlo by L, J, Levey,
10 a, m,
DAUCHTERS OF HEBEKAH,
Thr Lady Ioilgo of Oddfellow Olo
brateMltH Hcroml Annlver Hurj-.
Arion Hall was prettily dressed
for the second anniversary social of
Pacific Degree Lodge-, No. 1, Daugh
ters of Rebekah, I. O. O. F., held
yesterday evening. The full title
of tho "lodge lu letters of verdure
spangled with flowers formed a
beautiful device over the proscenium
arch. From one side nnd the other
were tied back the folds of the Am
erican and Hawaiian flags respec
tively, -and a large Hawaiian flag
was spread on the wall at the lower
end of the loom. Other Hags adorn
ed the several portals nnd woll
spaces, and largo upright palm
leaves relieved tlie sharp corners oi
the hall. The chandelierfl were all
decked with vines nnd ferns, while
the lace curtains on the windows
were trimmed with large roses. Vn
riegatcM lanterns on the exterior of
the building diffused a glorious wel
come on every approach.
Invitations that had been issued
with the compliments of A. Hughes,
K. C. Howe, A. Mackintosh, C. II.
Carter and A. Piatt, committee, re
sulted in the attendance of a goodly
representation of the "odd" broth
erhood nnd sisterhood, "ancient odd
fellows," and friends, the following
being in the room at the literary
exercises that began at 8 : 1 5 o'clock :
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mr. and
Mrs. David Dayton, Mr. and Mrs.
G. West, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ilcr
rlck, Mr. nnd Mrs. 12. C. Rowe, Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. Parmelce, Mis l'annelee,
Capt. nnd Mrs. Dabcl, Mr. and Mrs.
Uatto, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wriirht,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Magoon and
Miss Afong, Mr. and Mrs. l.aing,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. F. llcbbard, Mr.
L. Adlcr and the Misses Adler, Mrs.
J. II. Hare and Miss Haie, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Giecne, Mr. and Mrs. J.
AV. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy, Mrs.
II. Ruins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gcrtz, Mr. ond Mrs. A. K. Weir,
Mr. J. D. Wicku and Miss Wicke,
Misses Walker, Woodward. Ri
ley, nnd Hughes, Capt. Hub
bard, Capt. Xisson, Messrs. W. O.
Smith, Frank Spcricci, J. K. Brown,
K. II. Thomas, II. II. Williams, T.
E. Wall, Chas. Carter, A. Moroff,
R. X. Webster. W. Ross, F. E.
Nichols, J. Kcuakc, J. Emmdulh,
J. J. Lecker, T. S. Southwjcl:,
Scnrle, J. Mort Oat, .1. Kelly, Frank
Mclntyrn, M. White, W. 0. King,
Wnldtcncr, and lveil.
Prof. Hcrgcr opened the social
with an overture on the piano, and
Mr. J. O. Caiter, presiding, stated
the occasion of the gathering and
called for the opening ode w hich
was sung by the members of the
Mr. W. O. Smith, orator of the
evening, delivered the following ad
Sisteis of Pacific Decree Lodge
No. I, I. O. O. F., Daughters of
Rebekah ; Urotlicr Odd Fellows,
ladies nnd gentlemen : On occasions
jikc this it seems to be appropriate,
or at least to be expected, that
something be said in regnal to the
age and vent'rable character of the
order of Odd Fellows, and to the
nature of the organization ami its
services. The origin of Odd Fel
lowship as an institution is involved
in obscurity. The llr.st organized
society hearing the name and motto
of our order, of which any authentic
record haa been preserved, was n
lodge of mechanics and laborers
which existed in London in 1788,
unifier the name of "Ancient and
Honorable Loval Odd Fellows."
The Degiee of Rebekah, or Ladies'
Degiec, was first formed in 18.02.
There aie now over 8500 lodges ol
Odd Fellow s, with a membership of
over 580,000; and 1703 Rebekah
Degree Lodges with a membership
of over 90,000.
The motto of the order, "Fiiend
ship, Love and Truth," nnd the
duties to visit the sick, relieve the
distressed, bury the dead, aid the
widow and exercise over each othci
fraternal watch-care, and moral dis
cipline, are well known. Odd Fel
lows are ordinary mortals, possessed
of the same natures as others, but
their strength lies iu their principles
of brotherhood, and their organized
system of benevolence. 'J'he prin
ciples nnd teachings of the order
are ennobling. To bo a worthy Odd
Fellow one must act and speak likes
an honest man ; do all the good to
mankind that is in his power; rever
ence God ; do to his neighbor as he
would have his neighbor do to him,
and keep himself from alt excess and
pollution. To do the woik of an
Odd Fellow he must attend the
couch of the sick and dying, the
side of suffering and distress, thu
house of mourning, tho grave of tho
depaiud, the abode of poverty and
want, and "visit tho widows and
laiherlcss in their nfHiction."
For men to accomplish work of
thih kind it is more necessary for
them to organi.e thau for women.
For woman's work is to do good.
Men need banding together, to
stimulate their better affections ;but
in woman, benevolence and humani
ty are spontaneous. The influences
of an active Rebekah Degree Lodge,
working in n community beside oth
er lodges, can but bo helpful and
stimulating. Upon this great battle-field
of human misery, want and
Buffering, who than woman responds
more nobly to every call? Duty is
her constant watchword, and liku'the
"Vestal Virgins" of old, she keeps
tho watch-fire burning biightly upon
the altar, ever roady to engage in its
service; for sickness nftlinca 'calls
her to the poor man's cot, to minis
ter to the suffering. Here, hcv gon
tlo presence cheers tho drooping
heart, while her willing hand re
freshes tho parched lips, and her
tender touch cools the fevered brow.
Her love and sympathy arc more
tender than that of man' because she
had Ktiffeicd moie.
llenits like apples aie hard and sour
Till cnislied by Pain's ieWttc3 power,
And yield their juice rich and bland
To none but bniiovv' heavy hand.
The choicest sticnms of hiiinuu love flow
l'utgush by pressure from above
With God's hand on the lever.
The Rebekah Degieo Lodgo.of
.Honolulu Is young, and.it, bejjpovos.
her big brothers, hxcclsinraml Har
mony Lodge-", to care for their little
sister. As it is the duly nnd plcns
ui e of older hi others to watch over
nnd help their baby sislcis, sostiong
old Excelsior and vigorous Ha"r
inony should guaid and protect this
little one jilst learning to wall;. It
is too often that men think lightly
of the work of women,, and it is so
easy for them 16 jet about it. Rut
in the great woik ol redeeming the
world nnd saving men and women
from suffeiiug nnd ruin, woman
leads. The forbearance, patience
and loyalty of women, in the war
fare against evil, is tin greatest
power on earth. In closing I would
recite that beautiful tribute to wo
man given by J. G. Holland:
Moid human, moie divine than we -Iu
truth, half human, half divine
Is woman, when good still ngro
To temper with theirheams benign
The hour of her nativity.
The fall est flower the gi ecu cnith heain,
llilghl with the dew and light of heaven,
1, of the double life the wenis,
'I he tjpe, In grace and gloiy given
ll.v "-oil uml kim lu eijual Miaies.
Tun' -Nter of the Son of Man :
Tine ilslcr of the Son of Clod:
What nuirul ihat ?hc leads the v:ii
Of iImo who lu the path lie lioil,
Still bear the eroa and wear the bun?
If God he in the sky and ea.
And live iu light and ride the i-tonn.
Then (iod is Gou, nlthoiigh lie lie
ldi-hi hied within n woman's fonn;
And claims glad levcrcnee fiom me.
fo. :i I vvoi-hip 1 1 1 in in Clnist,
And in Ihc roini or V. nth and All.
I wor-hlp him Imp.iradi-ed,
And thinned within titr bosom fair
Whom vanity liuth not enticed. '
O Woman mothei I Wonian wllo
'J'he sweetest name the language Know!
Th.v hreast, wilh holy motive, life,
Willi holle-t affection glows,
Thou queen, thou atigei of my life.
Xoble and flue in Ids degice
Is the best liitiu my heart leeelves;
And tliU my hoju's siipremcst plea
For him: lie feels, acts, live.. belleve,
And seems, and is, the lil.csl iliee.
Omen! O hi others! Well I know
That with her nature in our koiiIs
Is born the elemental Woe
The luntal impulse that controls,
And diives, or drags, the godliku low.
Auiliiiioii, appeiiicand pride
These throng and thrall the ln-aiU of
These plat the thorn?, and pieiee the
Of him vv ho, lu bur souls again,
U spit upon, and eiucllted,
Thegieed for gain, thcthlil for power,
The lust thai blackens whilo It bums:
Ah! these the whitest souls deflower!
And ouo or all of Xhet-v h.v liuu,
Itoh man of bis divluc-t dower!
Ye I man. who shivers like a travv
Itefoie temptation's liglnet bieeze,
Asinine- the ma-ler gives the law
To her who, nil her bended knees,
KesiMs the black-winged thunder lhrvv!
I'o hltn who deems her weal, ami vain,
And boasts h's own exceeding might,
.-die clings thioiigh darkest foi nine fain;
Still lo.Viil, thuitgh (he i iilllau finite;
Still true, though crime hl hands
Mi-s Pimm-lee played a piano solo
iu her very enjoyable style. Mrs.
F. llarlo lotichingly recited a Decor
ation Day poem. Mrs Pctrie and
roh gave an instrumental duct
"Blue Rells of Scotland" wilh vac
ations their performance giving
gieat pleasure, Master Thomas
handling the bow with a skill that
was prated by experts. .Misfe
Hughes sang a vocal solo prettily,
accompanied on the piano by Mrg.
Mr. Carter thanked those who
had entertained the company and
announced Hint, as the next number
on tho programme was dancing, he
vvouhl resign the position of "mas
ter of ceremonies."
The floor being speedily cleared
and waxed, dancing began merrily
and was kept up with animation till
after midnight. Messrs. II. II.
Williams and W. C. King weio the
efficient managers of this part. Prof.
Bergor on the. pinno led the orches
tra. Mr. J. Steiner of (he Elite Jce
Cream Parlors had well-arranged
tables on the back veranda, with an
ampin stall' of waiters serving an
excellent hill of refreshments includ
ing hot colfce. The Daughters of
Rebekah arc to bo congratulated on
the very pleasant celebration of their
Regular Cash Sale!
TO-AIOKROW, March !iSth,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Silo-rooais I will sell at Public
Auction, a guucr.il assortment ot
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hoots it Shoes, Ginceriu),
Crockery, Ol.iViWtirc, "-
Household -:- Furniture
Siifdu Si Ooublu He loloail-,
Parlor HcIm, Mfituiirfs,
rWive & Fiv urec. KltN Sa'nn n,
liblu Now Zt'ihitid Hoof,
Sl.sfoin, llatluv, Middling ,Ve.
Ll-nVlS ,). LEV12Y,
HONOLULU, 11. J., MAJRCI1 27, 1890,, , ., I
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
New IHioM taita
FRIDAY, March 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the residence of Mi.s. N. ScuwAnrz,
No Wellington Plsrc Nutiunu street,
1 will sell at Puuila Auction
Tlio Entire Housch'd Furniture
, Oompilslng i "
1 "Elegant Upliof Bed' Lounge,
Khoay Cabinet Mirror Hick,
Kuvv'Cunlir it Sof i ltugf,
CARVED B.W. BEDROOM SET,
Wool, Ilnlr A, Sprliu; MatlnisM,
Ki-nllirr Pillow, Mo-ijultn Nets,
Aitip Oil Bedroom M',
1 I! W. Marbletop Reilroom Set,
Iirjju Wardrohe, Hanging Lump,
Koa Dining Table,
Hlnck Walniil Pining drill?,
loo Che.t, IJalhTuI-,
! Domestic Sewing Machine,
Kitchen P'ove & I'lon!!,
Ktc., l.tc, Kir, Ktc.
Cgy-I'lio Kuridlurn 1 all ni"v. Vtr.
mUv open for lnpir lion all iliv 'I'hur
day, M in h 27th.
,JAS. V. MORGAN,
."to It ' Aiir.lioneir
Saturday, March. 29,
AT 7:ai OTl.OCIt V. .11 .
Tor ilu- Heiielit ol tin- ICauniaKiiplll
Kiiumal;ailli S. School Choiu..-
Kvva ijunday School.
lvapaliiiiia b. t-ehool-Choius
"Sw eet Vale of Keit."
ICamchamch.i Glee I'lub
"Kvenlng Hutu ."
Kvvn Sundry .School.
Kaiialaiiia S. Sehool, Duett,
"In tho Stai light."
ixtkiiviusion nvi: MiNurns
I'auoa Sunday -ehool.
llwn Siimlnv School.
Inmuala)lll S. School Chorus..
"Xa'u no Oe."
Kapuluma S. School, Solo and
Chorus.... l,Tho Wife's iVpre.d."
KameliaiiiPha i-ehool Choi us....
"Father of M ci eh-s ."
Kvvit Mmdav School.
A l.M ISSIOSi
Adult u0 Cents
Chihh cu M Cents
JEjy- Ticket to be lind at the ioie of
A. L. Smith, on Pott stieet, and at the
door. fil2 It
I'ti Ciikuiilii ?'. X. C,ist!i
ii r u Ii Riipply of
-i ou t-.vi i: uv-
J. F. COLSURN &OoM
SOS Qu.-i'ii llireit. lw
TJic l'ailtlj Iltirilvvni'c Co.
Have j'ist roielved it line line of
6, Wostengholm'sLXtL. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES k STABLE
'-0(5 1 Supplies Generally. tf
Of San Francisco
Practical Tiauo, Tipa & Reed Orcnn
Toner & Repairer.
Ilavin,; worKeil In some of the liiruot
pbuio mid ornn (iteiorics lu the United
otuics of America, I am fu ly ahlc and
piepaied to do all l.lniU ol I'epali vvoiK
in tin moil sitisUciory miiuiier.
ZXtr Orders can lie lift nt II. V.
ii liuino'. Jevvelry Store, l'o t 'treoi,
at llio AdveriUcr nfllce. or llinuij;!)
Minimi Telepliouu N'n :I7. r 0ft liri
li KIil OVA r! "
hereby nvu Hint the
1 t.llU'ii of
(I. O NjeiiMima. Clilel
Iiihtiruinr of Jananoso IniinluiiiniK. hit
thin d ry hern removed to room No a,
over Spn flics' Hii"l;, Kurt hlu'ei
.MHieh SI, ISI'O Ml ill
Union Iron Works Co.
AJOTfUi; U hereby elvcu that at a
1 l iucoiiii of the fiiheillieis to thu
enpltal stoel; of tho above named Cum- i
pany held hi Ilotiolii'n, II. 1., Maieh i
(!, 1S00, It vnn voted to neeept the I
Charter of Corporation dated March I.
bi), lor tne term nt liny yean, grauteii
by the IliiwaliaiiGoveinment. Tho lia
bility of thu stockholders U limited to
tho amount due ami unpaid on tho
hhaies held. The following olllcers
weie elected for tho onsulnir year:
.1. X. S. Williams Ptcsldent,
. Mora beeietary &Tieasuiei,
A. J. Cartu'rlxht Auditor.
Thu above named olllcers aUo consti
tute a Ito'ird of Directors.
100 1 in Secretary ,1 Ticnsmcr.
ii m ii n fmtmmmmmmKtftrxtamm4jmmMM.wm
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
U issuinp; n new form of iiiHtirnnro which provides, i tho'eicnt of death, for n return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the ntnount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of ycais, (ho Company will
return all the premiums paid with inteiest j or, instead of accepting thu policy and profits in cash the lecal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION nnd WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OK PREMIUMS, take lu
lieu thereof tho amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividend.
Remember, this contract is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tho United States, and the Lar--Finonciul
Institution in the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais,.
SSy For' full particulais call on
Fresh Cekes, Pies,
Iflin acQ Union Bread,
gig- And will be DELIVERED FREE'of CHARGE to any
Tea. Chocolate ,v Milk,
Soiled IMk'h Fi't'Coid Ham,
' ' ' Spiced Tongue, Spiced Reef, Salad?, Elc.
NE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A LAnqji .AHSOKTMKST OF
IMlio & CiRarctlc Tobacco,
g.xar ujien trout :i::;o a,
Mutual Telephone 211. IVwt
v Si SRrTh
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Mo, Hi Ale, Greiafliie, Rasitojaile, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
t&- All ooiiunuiiiontioiiH and orders should be addrensed to
380 J m
Giito City Stone Filler !
'J'hfco Tilteib are easllv eloiuifoil,
and N JiV Kit beeome CltACKEI) or
OKACKI) by ehnnge f ("inperatuio Of
The riltci lnr Mt ilium I a XATUU A I.
.STOXi:, mined from ilie eaith. Ills
unlike auv niher stniK!.
H Yi(nH IVot Alisnrh
Dcicoiuo Foul !
IMPURITIES nmer l'EXKTRATK
It, but lie on the smfac1, and Internally
thu .stone lemalus at nine and white
after year of ne a when taken fiom
'IheCnle City Slonn Viller U a per
fect Miceei-s. It Is the nniy real llllcr I
have eer seen. 1 would not bo without
one fni nny eonelderatlnn. 11 eonverU
our lake water Into the licit diluMnc;
water hi the wot Id.
ilKNKY M. lAMAN, M. D.,
:.ft.'i Wei5t Adams ft , Chicago.
t?T I'm Kale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
PI od i Spue.kiU .t Co.'s 1'ank,
I"!' il Fort Mil eel, Honolulu.
,R')M Ilie. Coibt a choice lot of
CI en r, ClL'aielte and Tobaccos.
which will ho Bold a' vurv low nrlcos.
lllll in ' No. 87Khitf street.
MAHK iiiulirli;iicd havlnir been
.L imbued Atniunce ol Mitnoel
(louveia, biiiKrtini, ol llolualnii, North
Ivoim, Hawaii, rui'icts all pcrsntis lmv.
iiiKelatms nKnlul mhl ett-ile, whether
hcuiired by inortnjic- or otlieiwise, to
ihceciii Ilu rniiiio at once duly proven
liefnie llit! t'oiirt, and all perHonfl In.
deliled to Mild eitiitu will makn Imme
ilinte payment to me at my olllce, No.
HI Klnu'btreut, over.li'hn Noll's
Honolulu, Match Vl, IhUO. ni'J It
oxt- ixi$iy TsroitK:
or address v ." '..... ...... -
. jy v S.' DB. ROSE,
' v' ' General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
RY and COFF
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO ORDER
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts. Picnic Rolls
Jails, Gilier km,
I UUUIUlUUi U1UC.U1 UUUUUi
Tipoa, CigaV&" Cigarette
m. until 'J:3ti v.
OfTice Uox 178.
Satlmlay night, open
i ii i
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
FINE; LINE of
New Styles of
JUST OPENED AT
Chas. J. FESHEL'S,
Millliioiy A DrcPMiiaking E8tablinhmont, Corner Fort ifelfolel bin.
Iimiw Slocref INDIA CHALLIBS al 10 yfls far $1
G- A 3ST &. G UN TsT
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
JCia GIovch from rt to SiO XXut ton m,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Giugbams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Good?,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
r.rill lolriia,ry 15tl), Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves 1
0 and 8'Uutldns in perfeet order at $1 n pair Great Uargains.
All my DRESS (UNGHAMS about MO pioccs to neleet from aio ofl'ered nt
Cot Price. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
REAl) THIS A largo. iiPBorttnent of READ TniS
WHITE DRCS GOODS,
Such iih 1'iiiueH, Einhroitlered Swiwuen, India Liuon, Plain Swirh, NainHOok nnd
many other lined of Whito Ooodft. I will veil nt fetich a
.fpiico lhat oveiybody will buy them.
gjtT llepicmhcr, February
i ';- S. EHRLICH,
Feb Itio . Corner Hotol & Fort BtroH.
Inlrns RIp Urn
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part of llio city, jgfj
Holders, Cold Drlukft, Etc.
all night. Hell
DRESS GOODS !
& FOUT STREETS.
MANY LINES OF
loth will cIobo thia Sale,
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