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MEN YOU HEAR OF.
Vlco PrcMiltml Morton fliiiln liln Blioro
Imtn hole! in Wnn1iluttoti it Kti'!ttr euro
to lilt 1 1 tlinti nil his other ImVlnew affairs.
.TuiIko I'nlmer, of tlio Now Uritnswlek
mitircinu 'ourt, In frequently inlHtnkuti
for Gon. Sherman when lio vlMUi Now
IS. Dorry Wall Is now nn Instininco
ngotit Ho Is no longer king of tho
duties, nnil liU drew) attracts vory llttlo
John D. Sprockcls, the California
millionaire, liml hli mwo lirokon iv
conlly in n friendly boxing bout with
lift club hiit ruutor.
Senator lnu;nll3 never hgw u noto nor
gives it imnttfirxo, iiml ho can put his
hnnd on nioi'i! loituy ninnoy than any
other 111.111 in Kansas.
S. S. I'.irr, of Aluioiiil, it now settle-
incut in Potter county, P.t claims to bo
tho owner of IV fl:iR which floatetl oyer
tho Aiulersonvillo irison.
Rev. IMw .1 il Everett II.ilo wiih a
newspaper imiii in his youth, nml oven
now, if called on, ho eoul.1 not typo- or
ruporl it tiro hi nn uullroly oroiiilivblo
Scuitlor Spooner, of Wisconsin, is n
daring horajman ami keep twelvo
horses. Ho rides lilto n cowboy and
knows every foot of ground around
Tho country plueo of (I. W. Child,
Bryu Mawr, Pa , U hind to bo -one of the
finest in tliu United Utulc3. The pay
roll for BcrvnnU itlouu averages about
$1,000 u month.
Ai thur Luinloy, tho well known Now
York artist and illustrator, lnrt become
totally blind through lha growth of cat
nracts over both eyes. Ho will uudetgo
au operation for their loinovul.
Professor Ph'korhijT, of llaryard, who
liaa tor'noinething like a year been do
. voting it gie.it portion of hi i lime to ob
hurvationi of the planet JIars, sa.s that
tho general color of tho planet is dark
Tiio Duko of Richmond's tauioua por
trait gallery at Goodwood house, near
Chichester, contains tlio counterfeit
presentment of every Lennox, from
Daniley, a remote progenitor, to tho
John T. Ford, of Baltimore, tho vet
eran theatrical, manager, IooIm. twenty
years yotuiger than ho actually is. Ho
was well advanced along life's highway
when President Lincoln was shot in his
theatre at Wushiugton city.
Gladstone is said to bo so sensitive to
adverse criticisms that every newspaper
or other publication that comes to Hn
warden is examined by his family before
it reaches him for fear that some un
pleasant opinion may upset him.
Senator Morrill, of Vermont, is tho
third man that has been elected for a
fifth term in tho United States senato.
Tlio other two were Benton, of Missouri,
and Anthony, of Rhode Island. Benton
was tho only man who served live full
Tho question of putting a third man
on railroad locomotives making long
runs is being agitated by patrons of
some Western loads.
The bioyclo railway system will bo
used over the first 100 miles of tho ICuh
6js City, Will' i.is and Gulf railroad be
tween Lake Charles and Alexandria, Qa.
A locomotive on the Mississippi Val
ley road hauled 100 loaded cars with
1,8-11,851 pjunds of freight, tho total es
timated weight of tho haul being C.-U2,-831
During the nine months preceding
Oct. 1, 7,007 miles of iail ay were con
solidated with other companies and
ceased to represent tlio companies which
originally controlled them.
Four cars in which a museum will
travel were recently built at St. Charles,
Mo. Tho idea is to run the train into a
town and have tho exhibition right on
the train. Tho four cars cost $24,000.
A railroad in Asia Minor from Sou
tari to Ismidt is to be extended to India,
and will be the grand transdivision lino
between Europe and Asia. It crosses
streams on repaired bridges that were
built by Justinian, and goes through
more ancient history than any other road
In the matter of railways, Japan ap
pears to bo goinggakeud tolerably fast.
Considerably over 1,000 miles are al
ready in operation, while au equal quan
tity are under construction or surveyed,
and will bo open within a year or two
fromjjow. Tho projected railways ex
ceed 700 miles in length, with a capital
TALES OF THE TURF.
William Lakeland thinks he has a sure
winner of next Beason's Realization in
New Jersey clergymen have started a
vigorous crusade against the toco tracks
in that state.
Between April 10 and Oct. IB, 1800.
$2,037,381 was distributed at eastern race
trucks. The money went to 20-1 men,
an average of about $7,710 per man.
It. is said that Al Farrow has been a
dreailfnl disappointment in the cast.
At no time has ho shown any of the
form which made him such a brilliant
performer in tho west.
Entries for the Great Trial stakes,
with $10,000 added, to be ran at the Jnne
meeting, 1891, will close on Dec. 1. The
stake is for 2-year-olds, and will bo run
over tho Futurity course.
T. B. Robinson bought his gray geld
ing G. W. B. at a publio auction in
Derby, Conn,, several years ago for $17.
In October, 1800, G, W. B. won a 2:40
race at Birmingham, Conn., in 2:28.
London lias 60,000 families that livo in
Women nro exclusively employed in
tho hand weaving of Turkey carpets,
At Trafton, Colo., a man got caught
in one of his owu hour tr.ipa and nearly
utarved to death.
A Hoclety Inn h("u incorporated In
New York to protect tho young French
Bowing woman of (hut city.
Quinlxittii'H heart U not tho only rello
of u great inuu that Fnwch people would
llko to find, Bearch U now IxJu mada
for iiiUu' tuiiittlui,
Tim liotim ttf Mniy Vii1iln(on. In
Pmlorlckfrtmrfti Inu Wii miwIiiim1 1i
Him Horlcty for Ihn PrtwrvMInn of Vir
ginia Antlimltlivi for $I,IM"
A law itwntly piwi-d In Denmark
provlihM Hint all dntnknn prxntm ulinll
1)0 Inkni liotiio In ttirrlugp at Ihn
iwTjisoiif tlw InuilUinl Who wild him thn
Cliitrch dorvlco hy telepliniin limy now
ho heard in Birmingham, tiuujniul.
Transmitters nro pliieod on (ho pulpit
nud tn such situation that tho commun
ion sorvicu may bo audlblo.
Tho aveiitgo length of life In greutorlt
Norwny than in any other country
Eimum. Thli In attributed to tho fact
that tho temperature Is so generally iinl
form and it is cool throughout tho year.
A passenger elevator to tho summit of
Mont Blanc Is proposed by nn American
mining engineer. Tho shaft in to 1h of
eight cotnptrtnients.eai'h nix feotupiiire,
Intended to carry a tilple decked ele
vator for twenty-seven pasoii'vers.
Homo few years ago the P uis picture
dealer, Furrol, lvnight n picture for 10
francs in a r,ig u.vl bono shop, He dis
covert'.! that it w.isa pirtratt bv .for
daen,.nnd got rid of it for t.l.OOU francs.
Tlio pkani-oh.iHJust fetched ns.ooorraiifs.
Almost in tho exact geographical cen
ter of Wyominsj is a mountain of solid
hematito iron oro more than :i mile wide
nud over two iiillen in length. Brides
the iron tho mountain contains lignite
coal enough to vviiriu the entire woild
for a tent ury.
THE GENTLER 'SEX.
Nellie Bly, journalist nud globo cir
clcr, is about to marry and settle down.
Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, of Chicago,
occupies a dislinguiluil place in her
profession, and earns an income of lit
least $10.00(1 a year.
MiV. Giover CIuvi land, hy touchiii;; it
telosjtaph key at LoAinglon recently,
started the machinery oi a state fair at
There are four widowu of supreme
court justices livlii'i in Washington
Mrs. W.iite. ?Jki. Wood. Mrs. Stanley
Matthews and Mrs. Miller.
Mrs. Whitney, the wife of tlio ox-M'O-retary.
who recently returned fiom n
stay nbroad.-says the leport that Worth
is going to revive crinoline and bustlu is
Marie Novins Blaine is under engage
ment to write n series of articles for one
of tho newspaper syndicates, and she is
well enough to undertake the work, al
though by noncans wholly recovered.
Bello Overington, of Hemingtou, Neb.,
died under peculiar circumstances, and
an autopsy revealed tho fact that death
was caused by a largo wad of chewing
gum which had lodged nt tho entrance
of the stomach.
Tho most famous of English yachts
women are Mrs. Hudson Reed and her
sister, Miss Cox. Each of these women
sails her own boat, tho former holding
tho helm of the Troublesome, and the
latter that of tho M'liss.
Years ago Mrs. Frank Chambers, of
Canton, O., lost her voice, and since that
time has been unable to Bpeak above a
whisper. Recently she was taken with
a violent fit of sneezing, and is now aide
to talk in a natural tone.
Baroness Murgarotho von Silieukrcutz
has joined tlio Salvation Army in Berlin.
Sho is beautiful and only 30 years old.
She is the daughter of a Swedish kilight
nud tho widow of a Swedish captain.
Sho led a gay lifo in St. Petersburg,
Stockholm and Berlin society.
DOINGS OF ROYALTY.
If a man "sneers at the emperor" of
Germany tho penalty is fourteen years'
Tho Crown Princess Stephanie, widow
of the Aubtrian Airhduke Rudolph, is
tin inveterate t-ijjlitieer.
Queen Viutoiiu'u fortune was incrensr-d
to the extent of n..' 000,000 hut vear
through the 'crowtf.j bhuro" of estates
that have i everted.
The Orleans princes are tho richest
princes in the world. They will inherit
100,000,000 francs tlnough tho death of
the Duke do Montponsier, of Seville,
Tho Queen of Roumania was so pleas
antly impressed with Queen Victoria
during her recent visit to Balmoral, it is
chronicled, that bIio intends to writo a
poem about her Britannic majesty.
The daughters of the Princess of Wales
are excellent pedestrians. For a num
ber of years thoy have been p.;t through
a vigorous courso of physical training,
and they think nothing of a ton mile
Queen Emma, of Holland, though
coolly received at tho time of her mar
riago, has won the esteem of tho nation
a difficult thing for a German, to do.
She Bpeaks and writes Dutch very cor
rectly. Tho czar has three sets of polico to
watch over him. The ordinary or third
section police, tho paluco police, under
the controller of the household, and the
private body polico, whoso chief takes
his orders from the czar in person.
King Alfonso poreists in calling his
friends by their Christian names. His
governess is trying to teach him to say
"tlio duko" or "the marquis," but tho
little king laughs at her, persisting that
na must say Juantto or Xiquena.
BIT8 OF SCIENCE.
Tho largest gold mine in the world id
8aidtoboiu Alaska. It Is lighted by
electricity and is run day and night.
Utilizing scrap steel rod by welding
it nnd drawing it into fenco wiro is one
of the recent successes of electrio weld
ing. Foreign bodies in tho alimentary
tract, such as pennies, bullets, etc., may
bo removed cosily by large amounts of
pulverized slippery elm taken into tho
From geological observations on tho
Alps, vegetation on the higher portions
seema to bo retreating, and tho poplars
that at one time adorned tho crest of tho
hills aro uow nearly all dead.
The accumulation of explosive gases in
a room, mine or ship's hold can uow be
ascertained by means of un indicator. It
consists of a porous cylinder closed by
a thin metal mciiibrano, and the pene
trating gases rulso tho membrane, close
a circuit and ring an alarm.
A gold medullas been offered by tho
Dutch Academy of Bciuncos In lluarleui
for the best work 011 uiicrobcoplo invent!
gationof the modw In which dlHeri-nt
puiUof plant can unite with one un
other, mill tlio pliuiioincim which uccuut
puny hunting after gttUUutf.
A MnlCIIIII I'rn'rililly.
Tlio KMilliw-u wlii pMtldo hiitnnnlly
with it IhM I"IkIii 1 1 'pirn no card t"
uHKimtn lli'lr rolttii.t, or to liullrntf
what they mr teiuly t iimlwliike foi
their tUfunot fellow 1. Iun. It Is Wilt
ten on their fne. In their ilopnrtnu'tit
tm lluilr liniilli.iiMitn nil 0V0T IIiimii.
They nro their otwi ciihIf If titio wmv
to meet tin underlnW i'mi Ml"' nlmdow
of tlio pymmldA or nt ' 1 . 'wrpoii there
could lx mtillfilctilty in i ivftnizlng I1I111
n 11 member of tlio Turn n al profi-Mlon
Undertaker nn n rule nro moral, estlinn
bio men, but they certainly do differ In
mxvt nud uiaiiii' t-s from tlio uuim of
mankind. There in mi indescribable nir
nbotit them, which for lack of it better
word we nitiHt call posthumous.
Constant intercoum? with tho bereaved
mnl.es their voices mournful: for your
undertaker ever asliuilatos his Ioiich to
those of his nfilicted ctiKtomers, mid lm
thctfl y ucquii s n habit of talking as if
ho hr.d lout all ills friends. In like man
ner t ip M'lmior of his visage" becomes
woe begone pns't nil remedy. His very
pinih-H aro 1 1y deadly-lively. Then
iheio is 11 peveie pkilnncRS about the cut
of his black Hint v.'hieh, to tuy nothing
of its melancholy hue, is .1 rebuko to
wot Idly vanity and a bolcmu hint that
fashion and frivolity are uf small ac
count when his duties in o to be per
formed. Nevertheless, the cralt is a
highly respectable .craft, and wo have
not a word to say against it. New York
M tUll III (lllllllllK.
Tho musical tasto of tho Now York
street boy is omnivorous. It furnishes
nho a quite substantial prop to a lavor
ito theory of iiiinu that it is not so much
the luabses as the classes that need to be
educated up to a decent standard of
esthetic nppreci ition. Tho average
gamin in hij whistling moments by no
means confines hi.rn.elf to airs of tlio Mc
His repeitoitc ha.i 11 mncii wider scopo,
nud includes scraps fi 1:1 tho sympho
nies and oven V'ii'ii,in leitmotivs.
The model new.dx.x iliilts quite grace
fully and i)iit;iinll fiom "I.lti't Annie
Roonoy" to the & itliert . umltroin
the "Anvil Chon.s" to "buall We Gath
er at the River?'
Seveial tinus I have been startled at
the sound of a Nibolung motive quiver
ing on tho uight nir in the neighborhood
1 of Park Row, to find upon investigation
that it cmanatid fiom the puckered lips
of a dirty faced stieet Arab.
It is not piobahlo that lhee whistlers
have over absorbed the miuJu of tho 1
Trilogy from a box at the Metropoli
tan opera house, or even from a remote
quarter of tho topmost gallery, but in
somo mysterious manner they havo
"caught on" to the music, and with a
ready tact siftejl out from tho agglomera
tion of involved harmonies tho timet ul
ncss" that many of the aristocratic occu
pants of the $3 Beats havo been quito
powerless to detect. New York Herald.
JowolH of tho Astors.
The Astor family possess some won
derful jewels, particularly diamonds,
Tho late Mrs. John Jacob Astor used to
wear a tiara that few of the crowned
heads of Europe could match. Mrs.
William Astor wears n beautiful riviere
of diamonds, three rows graduated. Sho
nlso possesses a famous diamond neck
lace of six strings, set in such a manner
that no gold is visiblo, nnd having tho
appearance of being strung together.
Mr. Astor i3 constantly having it altered,
and increasing its brilliancy and value
by tho addition of larger diamonds in
the place of small ones. There are some
fine emeralds in tho family, but no mem
ber seems to caio much about display,
and except on mru occasions, these jew
els are not worn.
One of Inspector Byrnes' detectives,
who stood in full evening drefas in a
brilliant ball room on tho crest of Mur
ray hill one night, wlieio Mrs. Abtor and
all tho wealth of New York wero pres
ent, said: "Theie is nearly five million
dollars' worth of jewelry and precious
Btoues in this room." Valuable gems glit
tered nnd glistened in tlio gas light like
rain drops in the bun. Foster Coates in
Ladies' Homo Journal.
A Nutv Umi ftir Coal Glltf.
A leading Englibh technical journal
points out that uow that tho electric
ligi.t is so rapidly supplanting gas in
ventors aro eagerly scirching for now
fields of usefulness for tho older .illumi
nating medium. As a heating agent it
is almost perfect, and tho by-products
have boon utilized to an astonishing ox
tent. It is strange that inventors have
overlooked tho utility of tho asphyxiat
ing properties of tho monoxide of carbon
contained in coal . gas. Workmen in
gas works aro frequently poisoned by
fumes which render them insensiblo,
and havo to be brought to by the liberal
exhibition of alcohol. It is suggested
that this treatment omitting tho alco
holmight lead to a solution of the
problem of the humane execution of
Ctolne to Jail In Ireland.
She is an Irish womnn, bright, witty,
entertaining, as an educated Irish wom
an cannot help being. Sho was telling
mo of a gathering in a certain hotel par
lor in the Green Isle soon aftor 0110 of
tho periodical uprisings nmoujr the Irish
people against landlordism. In men
tioning certain facts regarding tho per
sons present at this meeting sho spoke of
tho imprisonment of this one or that one
as a matter of courso. I remarked that
it was a strange condition of affairs
that in which the prison had lost its
taint. "Taint!" sho cried. "Not to havo
been in jail was a disgracol" Twenti
ISurly American Mirrors.
Strange to say, the ancient Mexicans
or Aztecs had mirrors of utztli, tho ob
sidian of the Romans, a mineral abun
dant in their hills, and termed by tho
Spaniards gallinazo. Other mirrors of
America in tho days gone hy woro of tho
so called Incus' etono, a compact pyrites
or inurcaaito, brittle opaque nnd rather
bluish, and susceptible of a fine polish;
and if wo aro to bcliovo Do la Wgu tho
Indians had mirrors of silver, copper
and brass. Woman's Journal.
Froddy wunta to Iniow why it lovur In
bo often called a "hpooii." AutlioritlcH
nro divided, Bumo think it Is becunso it
Booms to bo tho principal object of Ills
uxIkIoiico to hold boinutliliit,', mid othera
contoml thut it is bucmiHo ho iu hi often
near tho lipn. Ono good rt'iiHon would
iieem to bo tliu Imril fortune which w
ofton puU lilm iu tho fcoup. Lifo,
Tlio liiuh explosive curboulu Inu iv
ceiitly k'voii very mttUfiiutory rtwultH,
mid it Inw been proved that it U u utabli1
coiupouud (hat can bo wtorud fur a leuuth
of time without deterioration,
C TRADE J
-sin ami: FOtt-
ffailioi ftjolMay GUIs!
I IniM' jut ncelvcil 11 lingo ii'snilinciit
of N't'u Hood' Kiiltahl" tor ui'diliinr and
linlliliv gift', conllltig of tin- follow
III all styles and qualities;
In the nowe-st patterns;
After 03.1 Uii M,tlU,
In Silk & l.lneu,
Fancy Miici, Cloth In sets,
9masK Table Cloths,
all sl." wlih XapMlis to mutch
di".i;ri. i'Ic. etc , etc.
'I'll' ! Woods aie all Imported by
me flu ! finiii the iii.iniif ii'tiirer and
nir jru 1 uiteeil to give .satisfaction to
720 tf W. C. WB'KSfUJIJ,.
Is c.illed to Hie huge stock of
Now on hand and tn arrive on tlio
They comprise everything to be, had in
many various lines.
Ol' ALL, KINDS,
Slerlii siMtii Ware,
Umbrellas & Oanes
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., lite. Ktc, Etc.
B2y Stoic will lie open evening-, for
two week nieviniis to 1 liiislcniiH.
H. F. WICHMAN.
Kstiuuites Ghon 011 ulek. Iron. Htonu
& Wooden Itiiilding. Jobbing
l5i!ck, Limo, Gunis't, Pla-ter ofParI,
Mnible Dint, Viie i,a.i,
California r- li Be.'ch A S.inta
Qtiai ry Tile 0x; led, white and blue;
Mlntoti, I'l.ibtie and Kncdistic Tiles Iu
various p.iitei ns, all kinds of Drainage
USS" Oki'ici: Southeast corner Alu
kea and Queen streets.
Mutual -U TELEPHONES t2f- Bell 351
I SIIEE & CO.,
No, 92 FORT ST.,
Aro now show lug a T.nrge New
Stock of Goods suitable for tlio
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Hangle,
Lace nud Scarf l'ins, Jtlngs,
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clock',
Silverware, Gold Headed Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
joSrl'rlces within the reach
of all. Glvousacall. 728 1 111
Win, O. Irwin. President in Sliinnger
Clutis Sprt'ckcls Vicu-1'rerildont
Scci etarj & Trt'iisnror
Tlioo. I J, l'ortcr. . . . , Andltoi
AOKNTS OV TIIK
Qceauic Steamship Goip'r,
or Kim Frniirlin. 'ul.
AlHfifH, HUHf luta'H ML
TolopUuuo No, tt,
J wolry Silverware,
MAM Mitt HUD IIV
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
UN Hl'TTItlt NT,
Hnn l-'l niii'lNco, I
.sllwrwaiv, Silver .lowrhy,
Silver Mounted Cane,
Mlvur Mounted Umbrellas,
Onyx Mantel (.'locks.
Uold 1'ens & l'ctiolls,
Initio lut Ikm (JooiIm,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
HSrCat.ilnjiupfeiit tonny whirrs fiee
HSyM'ill orders promptly and care
fr!tiimimlH and Piecious Stones
moiiiitui in tho latest -tyle.
renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying tho hair, removing tcurf, dandruff,
and all aucUIons of tuc sculp, and curing crop
Ions or tlio skin, diseases of the glands, muscles
and Internments, nnd relieving etlugs, cute,
bruises, nnralns, etc. Tho affinity lietwccn tlio
membranes which constltnto tho skin and tho
hair which draws IU euetcnanco from thla trlplo
envelope Is very closo. All diseases of tho hair
originate In tlio ekln of tho head. If tho porta
of tho scalp arc clogged, or If tho liloodand other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart lifo to tho fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shcddlngof the hair, groynes s, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald
ness, bb tho case may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action ivlth Harry'H Trlcophor
oiia, and the torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
affections of tho skin nnd of tho substrata of
muscles and Integuments tho process and tho
effect aro tho same. It is upon the skin, tho
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Hnrry'u
TrlcopherouB has its specific action, and
in all affections and injuries of thcea organs It
iB a sovereign remedy.
Dowaro of Counterfoil.
From the Oreatcet Living Prima Donna,
Madauio Adcllua l'atU-Nlcoliul,
MoNTEvniEo, July 30th, II
Messrs. Bauclat & Co., New York.
Dear Sin: I take nlcusuro In nnnonnrlm
5 ou that Uimre's Florida Water is 0110
row articles always to do iounn ou my dressing E
case. In my conception it Is one or tho best of I
toilet wutcre, nnd fur tlio bntti It is not onlv do-1
Biicinui5, uui. xvirusuiug unu invigorating,
recommend it without rcscrv c.
Win. G. Irwin h Company,
OKI'r.ll KOU 8A1.E
I'AHAPriNE PA'NI CO.'S
Kbit Sti-i.. - ipe Cohering, all sizes.
UUOIC lb OUL.ANUT S
HiMti Gradrj Giiomical Cine Mdnur
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
A HCl I iOVTH
Aro respectfully invited to oxumitio
Unit now on tnlo by
H, H. WILLIAMS & CO,,
(Successor to O. E. Williams),
105 Fort St., : : Honolulu.
Selectcil by Mr.
II. II. Williams
In Kim Kinnclhcn. Ladies ami Gen
tlemen will liml in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
1'or generations tn come, and very
CHIUriTAIAH, NEW YEAH,
UlltTIIDAY 01 JMIDAL
fWlMW luvuiuun lately ri'uulvnl,
ami nivie mi thn way by vail unit
tcttin. 7U1 lm
OORNElt IIOTKIi tit FOUT HTHEI2TH.
Ladies ! special attention Ladies !
Wo ili'dre to aiiniiiiiup Hint we have lei-nvoil per last S. H. "Australia" nnd
"Zeiiliiiiilin," n very laro mill varied tock from Europe mid
the Stiilec, especially adapted for tliii market.
Latest IMoveltice ! Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZKIMIY11S in Intent pattenm,
HWISSKS, KMIIIIOIDKIUES ,fc LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES A KlllHONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed faed color,
I-rficliH' UndorAvcnr. Xil Grloven ,
"FOHTKlfS" HOOK Si II EST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 hull for $2 0.
gjar Gut your Kid Gloves nt the "Temple ir Fashion." J0i
GENTS', LADIES' k CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GliNTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full .Hhorttneiit.
ROYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially importotl
for tho Holiday h.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo nstortniont of Xinas Goods, coiiHifting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED & KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Em.
LADIES', FINE. TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
EI1KUU11 & CO..
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86T EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HE WRY DAVIS & CO-
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
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Office & Works,
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machine! y, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast lion Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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PELlOftl WATER WHEEL
gjF" Ropairsjofall kind6of Machinery done at
at short notice.
Shipping. & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSUItANOE AGENTS,
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Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Kiteheu UteiiBils, l'iuu, Cils, Varnishes, laniji Goods and
Blake's Steam. Pumps, Weston's Ceutrlfogals,
Wilcox & Gtbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne A Sons Family MwllclMe.
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in all its Branches.
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