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TUESDAY, NOV. 18, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND 00,'S
To Tnli Effect October 5, INOU.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:45 IMG 4i30f
!):49 2:49 G:S0f
10:61 3:61 C:45f
8:35 11:55 4 :C5 0j50f
t Saturdays only
iStmr Hawaii from Hamukua
tftmr I A Cummins from VVulmiinulo
Bktne ST Lnstle, Hubbaid, from Sun
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
iStmr Claudiue for Maui and Hawaii
2 p m
Stmr Llkellko for Maul at 3 p in
Stmr Mlkabula for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Walulcalo for Kllawu and Haua-
lel at 5 p m
J-'tuir lwalanl' for Luhalnu and Huma-
kua, at 10 a in
Hour Ksulkcaoull for Kuhalu
.Sclir Luka.for Puna
Sehr Maiv for Uanapcpe
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Kuala for Kauai at 4 p m
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Nymph,
Turner, from San
U S F S Oballeston,
Blown, from a cruise
U S S Mohlcau, trom Samoa
Japanese man-of-war Tsukuba - Kan
fiom India via Australia
Bktne Miuy Wlukehuan, NNlsson,from
an Francisco '
Uk W B Godfrey, K Dabel, from J-an
Bk Faust, Otteibeek, from New Yoik
Tern Allen A, edoge, from Port Town-
Bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Bk Glrvan, Angus, from Liverpool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New York
Bktno Skagit, Robinson, from Port
Bktne Katie Fliekenger, McRae, from
Brig V G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
S S Australia, Houdlctte, from -an
FOREIiiN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H B SI Flagship Warsplte from British
July 10, due Nov 15-30
Am bk Edwuid May, D Mabany, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due .lau 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Hesper from .Newcastle, NSW
Nor bk Vivnx fiom New York, sailed
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 1891
S S Farallou, S Bonltield. from San
Francisco and San Diego
S S Alameda from the Colonies, due
S S Zealaudia from San Francisco, duo
Bk Fifcshire, Jno Reld. from Liverpool,
sailed -ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1891
Brig Consuelo, Jucobson, from ban
Bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Fiaueisco, due'Dec 2-8
Four-masied schr Olga, Rodlng, from
Bk Ceylon from Departure Bay
BL Ooryphene from Nnnaimo
Bktne Amelia from Nanalmo
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Clftu
dine, Nov 18-For Volcano: H A Huff,
CL Huff. For way ports: Mrs Dickoy
nnd daughter, Miss Cooke, S T Alexan
der, R R Hind, O McLennan, J R Key
' -worth, U Wilcox, J Zablan, A T Atkin
son, .Miss Wood, Miss Smith, J S Kyn
nersley and wife, Miss B Smithies, Mis
Pfeiduer. Mrs Robinson, Miss Ray, Mrs
Leslie and 3 children, L A Thurston,
Hon J 1 Baker, N Ohlandt, C Lehman,
Hon P Cockctt and wife.
The bariSentlne Planter made her
downward passage in Hi days, and not
13 as repoited yesterday.
" Tle bktne S N, Castle, Capt Hubbard,
arrived to-day from San Francisco with
a full cargo of general merchandise, In
cluding 1440 lbs iK'uns, 591 sks bran,
2025 lbs bread, 204 ctls corn, 19,552 lbs
feitllizer, 428 bales hay, 160 bbls lime,
2221 lbs meal, 205 ctls oats, 258 ca oil,
, 20,648 lbs rolled barley, 26 cs sewing
machines and 12 head live stock : valued
tjv' ' ' -"
KING-BROWN At St. Andrew's Ca
tbedrnl, Honolulu, November 17; by
the . Rev. Alex. Mucklntoi-li, Mr.
William' O. King to Miss Nellie B.
FERNANDES-FBEITAH-At the Ca
tholic Church, Wulluku.Maul, Nov.
13. by the Rev. Father GuUtan, Air.
Autoulo Ferimndes, jr., to Miss
Balblua Freitas, both of Palu, Maul.
A LITTLE STAR.
M9 Qllyo BerUloy (s thu prjglnal
,Utu'Lorl Fuuutlerpy" pf Uio
Australian Colonies. Within three
weeks b!ii will appear In that cliur.
actor boforo u Honolulu nurtlenou,
uupporteil ly Mrs. Berkley, hur
ir.olliJr, mill locul ttilent. MUs
Ollvu U it reinwrimhlu cllllil. Khu
Hindu hor iluhut nt iho "go "' 'm,iri
I iluhililn. In "Atm of Iwo.' hi
tu imo of tlult liu Hionrui n
loiiilur l UiP Avoiihm TlifMlrc,
IjOimIuii. Him linn limn Ijpbji Krfftt
attmutlnii Inplithl'i iiri l!JCnu1niiil
Aiuuriuu mil Allitlltl H. ' IMIillyllt
? . ,,...., ,. II mn, hup In nun ill' luil
jiiijM mi mi i'r'" ,vr",.v I. i
hum nm upmngitiw
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
EncimsII governess requires situa
tion. Tiik residence of Mrs. . Lung in
Patina valley in to lei.
Wicmman's lust watch olnb is form
ing. Get on, hoys, get on !
Mn. E. S. Cunhii has sold his hiind
Boino Imy pacer to Dr. John S. Mc
Grew. Chief Justice Judd will prosidu at
tho December term of the Olrouit
Court at Lahaina.
Mn. E. Mullor wishes nil bills
against hint tobo presented before
next Friday morning.
Pa la ma road invites the attention
of a cautouier brigade. It is gutting
too much like Jordan road.
The appointmeut of Dr. JD. T.
Rodgers as Superintendent of the
Census of 1890 is gazetted to-day.
At Engine Co. No. l's collation the
other night Mr. Jus. McGuire toasted
No. 1, and Mr. J. C. White the Engi
neers. The Christmas vacation of nil pub
lic bchools is ollicially announced to
extend from December 19 in Janu
Lewis J. Levey will sell for whom
it may concern, 10 o'clock Thuuday,
case boys' clothing and four pieces of
Jab. F. Morgan will bell tho entire
household furniture of Prof. G. Sauv-
let, Nuuanu nvonue, at 10 o'clock
Thursday; details appear elsowhme.
The Hawaiian Government vs.
Four Pieces pf Dress Goods, belong
ing to the Temple of Fashion, a n
revenue suit.peuding in the Supreme
Court at Chambers.
E. Cona.nt takes the place of V.
D. Schmidt on the Wainiea, Kauai,
toad board, which now consists as
follows: F. L. Fischer, chairman, F,
W. Glade and E. Conn nt.
Attention of the trade and the
public is directed to the adveitise
ment of Hammersmith & Field, ma
nufacturing jewelers, 118 Sutter
street, San Francisco.
AtTER to-day's steamers are gone
the place that knew the country le
gislators tho past six months will
know them no more till 1892, ex
cepting as occasional visitors.
The steamer City of Rio de Janei
ro will leave Honolulu for Yokoha
ma and Hongkong on or about De
cember 2d. For freight or passage
apply to Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.
A Chinese paper states that the
U. S. S. Alliance has procoeded to the
Caroline Islands in consequence of
trouble having arisen thero between
the Roman Catholic and Protestant
The Celestial Empire is authority
for the statement that the German
steamei Amigo, lately arrived here, is
tho first of a regular service to be
established between Macao, China,
The "Fall of the Sugar Tariff," by
our San Fianciseo correspondent will
ce found on tho fourth pago. It will
be continued fiom da to-day until
all the facts in the case are laid be
fore the Honolulu public.
The Amateur Dramatic Company
of H. M. S. Nytnphu announces else
where its entertainment Saturday
evening in aid of the Sailors' Home.
There is no doubt, it will prove an at
tractive evening's amusement, apart
from its benevolent object.
The holiday sale last evening at
Levey's auction rooms was well at
tended, although early in the season ;
many good bargains were secured,
but the prices on the whole were
fairly good. It is possible another
lot of similar fine goods will he offer
ed before the holidays aro over.
The testimonial benefit to Piof.
Sauvjot this evening prornises to bo
a musipal treat, Tie instrumentalists
include a string orchestra, Prof.
Sauvlet and H. Widcmnnn (piano),
and Mr. Th. Wolff (zithiM), and tho
vocalists, Mi. P. R. It-cuherg, Miss F.
J. Nolto, Mins Patch nnd Mis. Giay.
The auction sale of Hon. E. Mul
lor's household furniture, by Mr. Jus.
F. Morgan, will take place to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, at the resi
dence on Puniihou street. This lot
comprises somo of tho most elegant
furniture ever hi ought to Honolulu,
and offers u special inducement to
those desiring house furniture,
Miss Uutli Wit id, author, took
equestrian exorciso in the Hawaiian
fashion, dressed in a red pa-u, this
morning. Unfortunately hur horso
was too (ttrong-heuded, and, running
under tho vines in front of thu
Hamilton House, caused thu inflic
tion of some scratches on the lady's
t t i
Mit. John F, Thrum, editor of the
Ban Friiuulsco Music ami Drama,
and brother of Mr.T, (J. Thiiini of
Honolulu, fulobriitrd his Will birth
day on Ootohur 21th uk, Tim diaina
tlu piiifubslon of Hun Fruuoiiu-u piu
vmiteil Mc, 'riiMim mi tlio orniHhm
an tuugum "no viiiunmu unwind
wiiteli, llu gold iiiniii of wliMi win
vi'iy iimv mill bviiu'iih'iuvnliuii'ii"
thin whli it r-yinlml n "niiiiio mill
ilimnii" mill mi Hi" i'IIiu ftlili iliu
ImlnnrM. K, T"
mm this mwHii,
jlpiiiiij mm i u u h 11
LOS ANGELES LETTER.
An Old Cni'i-rhipoititent Jn"lH nlinut
the Cltj of tln AiikoIh.
The henutlful weather still conti
nues, ami thcicarc no signs of the
rainy bchsoii as yet. Soon, however,
the annual showers will descend,
reviving vegetation and bringing
forth tho wild flowers in profusion
in the suburbs of this city.
Los Angeles has icccntly been
favored with a succession of fairs
wliieh have been well attended. At
Agricultuiul Park, one of the attrao
lions was n series of races by n num
ber of celebrated horses. Ths or
phan's home fair netted a consider
able sum for that excellent institu
tion. The several Women's Relief
Corps are now giving a similar en
tertainment in Armoiy hull, and a
chrysanthemum fair will next be In
Tho Pico street electric railway
will soon bo in operation. Next
year the, line will bo extended to
Santa Monica. A franchise hos
been granted to an electric belt
line, which will traverse all portions
of the city. Work upon this road
will commence within two weeks.
A third transcontinental line will
probably reach Los Angeles within
two years, and pielimiimry woik
has already commenced. Many
kinds of business are beginning to
flourish, and an era of substantial
and enduring prosperity is expected.
Los Angeles people have had enough
of "booms," and no such specu
lative movement will be tolerated.
Tho election of governor will tnko
place early in November in this
State, and this city has its full share
of processions, red Are, and politi
cal speeches. The Republicans will
hold two more grand rallies in Los
Angeles previous to election day.
Col. II. H. Marklmtu, the Republi
can nominee, is a citizen of Pasade
na, about twelve miles from here.
A few days ago the "Chinatown"
in this city was crowded with Amer
ican visitors, the occasion being the
triennial Chinese festival for the
purpose of routing tho devil. A
great temple was'consliucled, con
taining a regular joss house, besides
rooms for the priests. On the area
in fiont was a lodge containing a
large figuie of his satanic majesty
and attendant imps. There was also
a horse of magenta hue, and colossal
figures. One of these represented
nn ancient emperor of China, and
the other was supposed to be his
Within the temple were several
altars decorated with flowers, sticks
of incense, and edibles for heathen
deities, whose statues and portraits
adorned the Mongolian sanctuary.
Priests in scarlet robes chanted
prayeia, accompanied by the music
of gongs and other discordant in
struments. There were numerous pictures of
tho Chinese Olympus, typifying the
signs of the Celestial Zodiac; also
illustrations of lost souls, the punish
nient'in each case fitting the ciime.
At the conclusion of the festival, the
devil and his imps were burned, to
gether with the magenta 'horse and
prayer rolls. Los Angeles China
men, some ot whom are quite
wealthy, contribut.d S10,000for the
festival, which is supposed to secure
prospeiily for three years to come.
Prosperity is indeed expected by
our white population, but not from
Los Angeles, Oct. 25, 1890.
The Apia public hall is completed.
Mr. Henry Adams, a United
States historian, a giaudson of John
Quincy Adams, and Mr. La Farge, a
New York artist, are visiting Samoa.
W. D. Hunt and wife, living at
Faleahli, "were threatened in their
house by a native with n gun.
Complaint was made to the British
Consul, who demanded the arrest of
the native and the fullest investiga
tion. Mr. Brown, manager of Mc
Arthur's plantation at Lata, Savaii,
has complained to the British Con-
siil that, while he was absent, the
natives of laaga broko into the
plnnlation houset looting everything
it contained and carrying away
thirty dollars in cubh.
A public meeting was held at
Apia lo consider the unsettled state
of affairs. Strong resolutions were
passed, protesting against the delay
in carrying out thu Berlin Ticaty,
and against the Consular Board's
collecting and disbursing taxes until
things are belter established.
Mr. William O. King, the popu
lar art dealer, ami Miss Nellie B,
Blown, daughter of dipt, John II,
11 row n, weie married in presence of
a large congregation lu St, Andrew's
Cathedral yesterday oveuiiig, Hev.
Alex. Mackintosh purlormlng the
cot oniony. Thu floral decorations
wuio profuse and tasteful, Misses
Huttie N, Brown ami Lydlu I'll,
slniinona worn thu lirliloHiimltU, and
Meiibia, (Jon, (J, I'oltur mill C, K,
Covlllii lliugiooiiitmiuu, Thu Inltlu
wit glvmi iiwuy by bur fupr, Air.
Wray Taylor injii( wmlillnu
iiuhuIihu at Hip uiitry iiihI lln vm
ot thu (niily, liMNhU'tf tfrift nil dm
llU till' (ll'I'ltlllDliy. A l'tH'llUM kVIIH
llMlil III till) I'HIUtl III ill!) llllU'' l
IMlU, lllt IIUJHl llllllll Hullll fill'
IllkhlllU mink Till) IllllmlllUllUII
JdUNULULU, t, i HOYBMBBB 38, AWU.
MEXICAN COOLIE TRAFFIC.
To lie l'rnlilbltcit by the llniitfkoiiu
In view of the recent call of the
steamer, Amigo at this port, with a
cargo of Chinese from Macao for
Mexico, the following from tho
Hongkong Telegraph of Sept. 25th
is dicidcdly inteicstingt
"The tralllc in coolies between
Macao and Mexico is attracting con
siderable attention on the part of
the Hongkong Government, in con
nection with which II. 12. the Ad
ministrator's visit to Macao on the
21st inst. is significant. There arc
sevi rnl ships fltting out here for the
tralllc, nnd the tlrst thing that will
happen will he their seizure. The
Middle Passage doesn't run through
Hongkong, and theso people have
got to remember it."
The annual spoils of Onhu College
worn held on the campus yesterday,
being timed so us to honoi tho King's
birthday. Many people availed
themselves of the opportunity lo get
fresh air and first-rate amusement.
iMutic was furnished by the Royul
Hawaiian Baud. Principal and Mrs.
Hn.-inoi were very attentive to tho
vi itois. Thu contests resulted as
Standing long jump Edwaid Da
mon, S ft. f in.
Standing high jump Eugene Ly
man, II ft. 11 in.
Running high jump Christopher
Holt, 4 ft. 7 in.
Pole vaulting Geo, Angus, 9 ft.
Putting the shot Einest Lyman,
33 ft. C in.
Tournament Charles Hyde, eight
rings ; James Judd, seven.
100 yds. dash Heavy weights: Ed
ward Damon, 11J seconds; llenrv
Hup.ii, second. Lightweights: Nor
man Lyman, 12 2-5 seconds"; Carl
Maertcns, second ; Chni. Hyde, third.
Feather-weights: Arthur Rice, 14
seconds; George Fuller, second ;
Wm. Castle, third.
Throwing baseball Geotjie Am: us.
2G8 ft. 0 in.
Kicking football Walter Havsol
den, 10G ft.
200yds. dash Heavyweights: Eu
gene Lyman, 23 seconds. Light
weights: Norman Lyman, 25 sec
onds. Tug of war Heavyweights : Board
ers beat the Day Schohiis Feather
weights: Day Scholars heat the
1'hrce-leggcd race, 100 yds. Chas.
Hyde and Claronce Cooke, 1G sec
Potato race Henry Hanai, 45 sec
Hurdle race Eugene Lyman, 19
Mile race Edward Damon and
William Chamberlain, dead heat, 7
Profs. Biigb.un and A. D. Bissell
weie judges. There were many en
tries in every event. The students
wore badges oi the mjIiooI eolois, buff
and blue Prizes were in tho shape
of silver medals and badges. The
tournament earn-ed much enthusi
iihu, ihe hoys doing excellent eques
tiiauisni with deft handling of tho
D. Iosua was fined $100 and 5. 50
costs in the Police Court this morn
ing, for selling liquor without license
at Kikihale. No evidence was offer
ed lor the defense, but Mr. Kaulu
kou, counsel, noted an appeal.
One One wai imposed for drunk
enness, and a native under two
charges of larceny was remanded.
iVI INCP Pics and' Fancy Pastrle, of
1YJL tho best quality, at the Elite Ice
Cream Parlors. 709 lw
IJNGLISH Governess requires sltua
li Hon In a gentleman' family. Ex
perienced and has excellent testimo
nials. Would take sole charge If re
quired. Address "G. I...," this olllce
rfMlElti'sldeiiei' of Mr. A.
i I.oii" In I'auoa V.illev.
E. JtfULI.EK will lu.ivo thu
Kingdom by the "Australia,"
which sails next Kilday. All pintles
having bills against him must pieseut
them lor payment before next Kildii'.
On SATURDAY EVKHING, M -22(1,
l!y kind permission of Commander
Turnei and Ollleeis,
The Amateur Drjmjtio Company
Of H. M. K. Nyniphe, will give a
D It A 31 v T I, )
In Ahl of thu Sailors' Ileum,
llin Laughable 1'aii'n, ciulilul:
" Leave it To Me,"
l)lplii)'0( l,lj(lil Infuiiliy lulll)
hong nii'l lluneiul
And liM'uiH'liiiln wlili lliu Widl' h' own
luuIIms I'luu fui ii'Minwil tiwil ulll
W Opi'Ml iU I'mllll UlUlllllH!
?H 4l"lllVhi4i(HHtl A
WiWmI iu finluk UliUlilUKi $H
I lo .1
Hawaiian Opera House,
PROFESS RG. SAUYLET,
On Tuesday Evening, Nov. 18,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
V UOGlt A.M. MV1 1
I. March Austrian Sounds Selfert
J. Piano Duet Martha... Sydney Smith
Mr. H. Widemann, Prof. Sauvlet.
3. Song Wandeilled Schuman
Mr. P. R. Iscubeig.
4. Song Cavatlua Amlnsl
MIs F. J. Nolte.
5. Zither Solo My Own....lJurchardt
Mr. Th. Wolf.
0. Song To Sevllla Dessauor
7. wultz Tho Mghs Ivunovtci
Sti lug Orchestra,
8. Song -O Luce ill Qiicrtniilma
Mrs. E. Gray.
0. Piano Solo Fantasia Thai burg
10. Soug - Beautiful Waltz Blake
MJas F. J." Nolle.
II. Beloved Country Juugmaii
XICi3 hh UHXJ.A..L..
SQJ-Beserved Seats at Mr. L. J.
Levey's office. 712 2t
HAMMERSMITH k FIELD,
118 HUlTKIl NT,
Kt-nncliiro. : i Caliruriilii
Silverware, Sliver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted Canes,
Pllvur Mounted Umbrellas,
Ony Mantel Clocks,
Gold Pens & Pencils,
ITlno Xeatlier Good,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
KBTCatalogue sent to any address free
SgyMsil orders promptly and care
3gTDiamonds and Precious Stones
mounted lu the latest styles,
Our Last Club
Is Now Being Formed!
And If you are thinking of joining a
club dojuot delay It any longer, as we
cannot take your name after the Uth
club has been organized. Join now as
It ls your last chanco to go in one of our
clubs and secure a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch for
$1.00 Per Week
Monday afternoon, November 17th,
following drew their watches:
Cmn 1 5-MembcrXo. Ji8
Club 2 Member No. 26.
Cluu 3 Member No. 0.
Club 4 Member No. 16.
Oi.un 6 Member No. 57.
hi Within Vita Glib
J. A. LUCKETT,
Wanteil Immediately I
ALAKGE quantity of Eraptj Kero
sene Tins, In good order, for
which wo will pay 81:20 Vents a dozen.
710 3t CAbTliK & COO KB.
'I'MIE, adjourned annual meeting of
I. the Union Peed Co. will be held
at the fompauy's ofllce, on WEDNES
DAY, Nov. 19th, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
S. F. GRAHAM.
710 at Secretary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of thu stock
holders of Wllder's Steamship
Co., (Id), held at their oflloo In this
city, Nov, 17th, the following otllcore
we'ie le-eltctod, to serve during the en
sulng j ear:
Win. !. Wilder President.
Juu. F. Huckfuld... Vice-President,
Siim'l B. Hose Secielarj-,
Sain'l B. Row Tre.isnier,
Win. F Alh Auditor.
H. 11. UOJjB,
Honolulu, Nov. 17, WM, 71'J lw
JJHIN( my abi-iuicii fioni tho Isl-
iiiiiU Mr. I,. A. Thurcton hm my
fu'l power of attoinuy to uct for thu rttui
Diego Sliiinthlp i o. Cupt. M. .Staples
will bo at the oillco cor, Fort mid Sler
chant tri'(MH, mid will giva .uiy Infor
mation lelatlvn to ficlglii, etc.
Agent Han Dligo H, S. Co,
Nov, II, IbliO. 712 I w
Pliuiofofto Tuner & Repairer,
tir. nmw'il in liw I'orUHniHi
Tin' ii'lili'lM'n Imiiiwlv mUHipliil i)' l'i.
ui b uia
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the
, Aro now selling their Bonds, and upon
turo oi insurance goes with every Honu.
The following are a few of tho many attractive forma offerod by thU
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, tU payments prompt and cortain, and IU
(From the New York Sun, April Wi, 1890.)
Tho LurgoHt Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
ance Company. . ,.-.
Tho now business of the Equitablo Lifo Assurance Society 6f'Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tco hundred million ofusaur
anccfor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
("Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersignod at his oillco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Qeueral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
G-A PT & G tlW ST
NO. 77 FOItT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AS EXTRA NEW STOCK OK
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO. A FINE LINE OF
Exercising ShirtS & TltfhtS, in Black and Fast Colors.
yMembors of the Athletic CI ib desiring suits should call early, as
they have but a few on hand.
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
AND mJEW YJKA.I.
J 5 0 PAT BN-FKD J 5 0
BSr EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Telephones, No. 119..
Having loascd tho stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by tho late tiro, and boiug
iu receipt of New Goods per last uteamer, aud nioro on the way, I
am prepared to till all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me fur the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
bame. At the new stand shall be pleased to soe all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods ! New Goods !
PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, HlLVER PLATEDWAKE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
Famous Grand Aetive tfc Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
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