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OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tuiio r.nvi'i oi-toiicf as, ihho
A.M. A.M. T.M. V M.
Wave Honolulu.. Olio S 1 1 1 1 4ft li'-Mf
Arrive llonoutlull. 7:2C iitiu 2:lu fi:35t
Lcavo Slonoiilmll. 7:30 10:1 3t51 6s4iit
Arrive Honolulu.. 8:'JV II i55 4tfio 0i60f
ii" i i i n-.i i ii i
SATURDAY, DKC. 27, 1800.
Sehr.Maiy K Foster fiom Wnlaunu
Stnir Kiniui fiom Hawaii nml Maul
Stun Iw.ilanl from llnimikua and Laha-
AmbUiieS Q Wilder, Gi With, 17 days
f loin Sun FriincUt'O
Stmr t'ele fiom llmiukna, Kukulhaclc
Stmr i A Cmiiiiilns fiom Waliiiiinnlo
Stmr Wnialealofioni Kau
Schr Ileoia for Kahuhil
Solir I iiku for Ullo
Schr KaulUoaoull for Kohala
Schr llaleakala for Muul
VESSELS LEAV NO MONDAY.
Stmr .T.is Miikco for K paaat 1 p m
Scbr '. aiy E Foter for Kauai
Stmr Kaala for ICiiuul"at A p m
Schr Moi Wahlnu for Kobolalele
Schr ICulainauu for Kohala
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Paauhnu and
Stmr J A Cuinmins for Waimniialo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwaliinl 5088 hags siigar, 100 packages
limes auu v-i )Kss siiihiiics.
Mary E Foster 1700 bags sugar.
Kiuau 2235 bags sugar, 137 bags po
tatoes, 10 b.i's coin, IS bags gin
ger, 77 plgs hides, 4C pigs, 10 ciutes
fowls, 150 pkgs suudilcs and 1
Wniuli'iilc 2501 b.igs sugar and 25
.1 A Cummins 1203 bags sug.ir.
Pele- 4780 bags sugar.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Fifeshirc, JnoRcid. from Liverpool,
sailed opt 28, due Feb 15-28, 1891
Bk Ceylon from Dcpaituie Hay
Bk Coryphene from Xanalmo
11 B il Magship Wurspitu fiom British
Br bk Chatlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-31,
Grbk Santiago from New Yoik, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Ilespor from Newcastle, NSW
Norbk Vivax fiom New Yoik, sailed
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 1891
S S F.irallon, S Bonillcld. from San
Fianclsco mid San Diego
BkCO Wbitnioie, Waid, fiom New
castle, due Jan 15. 1891
Am bktne W N Chase, Johnson, fjotn
San Francisco, due Dec 20th.
Am bk Klcctia, Anderoii. fiom San
Francisco, duo Dec 28th
Am bk O D Uiyuut, Jacobsen, from San
Francisco, due Dec 27th.
S S Zealaudia, Oteieudorp, from the
Colonies, due Jan 10th.
Ship J C Potter, fiom Depaiture Bay.
Am schr J C Ford, fiom San Francisco
Via Mahukoiia, due Dec 25th.
Am bgtiie Lurline for Hilo from San
Fianclsco, due Dec 20th.
Am lik F S Thompson, for Kahului
from Nanaimo, due Jan lt.
S S Austialia, Uoudlettu, from San
Fiancisco, due .Ian 9th.
Am hchr Vine Buin, fiom San Fran
From Hawaii and Maul pur stmr Ki
nau, Dec 27 Lvdia II King, M D, Miss
H Hoppin, F Gibson and wife, T K
Keywoith, Miss J Deyo, Miss F Wet
moie, M D, RobtFLauge, W S Tony,
Win Cairol, Koki, Miss Eliza Koki,
Master Amo Koki, Rev E N Pires, Hon
J K Hookano, O Wilcox, Henry Daniels,
Dr llnynes, TE Evans, J S-haw and C9
1 torn Sun Fianclsco per P M S S
China, Dec 21! II von Holt and bride,
G S Gav, wife and child, J J Looker,
Miss Mitchell, and 32 cabin and 592
steei ace in transit for Yokohama aud
For Maul aud Hawaii per stnjr W G
Hall, Deo 20 Bishop Willis, Dr Foote,
Hon White and family, Miss Ilaivcy,
Mrs Hugo, Miss Robinson, Mr Auer
baeh, Cuelho, MrNobman, J K Ke
kaula, Mr Bcnnlng, J Senrlc, Miss Ahe
oua, Mrs Alina, Mis J M Ken and 60
For Yokohama and Hongkong pcrP
M S S China, Dec 20 Hon J Marsden,
Jj Aseu, S Bau aud wife. Rev T buna
moto, T Musuda and 190 Chinese steer
age. tfrom San Francisco per S G Wilder
Dec 27 G McDonald and Mrs Williams.
'1 he stmr Iualatil biought dowu 2
Chlnefo and 35 deck passengeis fiom
Iiaiuiiltiia this inoiiilug.
'lliebktno W 11 Dlmoud Is receiving
sugar fiom tlio schr M E Foster,
'1 lie bk Lo Laehcur U through dls
uhiiigiugcaigo. The snip Guardian is lecciving ballast
at the O It fc L Co's wharf.
Tlio stmr Llkeliku, after undei going a
genciid oveihiiullug, will le-unie her
legulur tilps to lltiiuakun next week.
Tlio bktne faGV ilder, ( apinln Giif
tlth, in i lv"Dt! this iiiorninir fiom Kim
Fiauelicn, milking the passage in about
17 diijs. he lull nn the 10th. Ex
pel leiiced light wluds thu (list 7 days
blowing fiom tho southeast, then gala
winds fiom north to uoitheiist, then
Undo wind the remainder of tho pu-x-uge.
fehu biought u deck load of lum
ber mul 30 mules, u cm go of general
ineichuiidleu, and 2 piibi-oiigeis. hho Is
coiiilgiiid to Mebsis I' A Sulmufur & Co.
Tlio Htnir Kiinlii tow d the hktuu ri G
Wilder Into putt tills mot mug,
Tliunluir Kiniui will vail for buriumil
poilM next TiiL'biluy nt jt m,
All of the Iwalmil'd bugH of iiiigiir mo
being shipped on Ih" bail, Glivuu
'J'liobk WnLttlclil U leeching migur
flOIII lllU Ml'llllll'I'KlllUII,
Tim i'liinett'd K'hiioiH'i' Jlobl I, invent
itcclcd lo-dny inioiliur klilpinuiit (
1V03 bugs migiii fiom lliutni-,l A t-'uin-iiilim,
uihI I7b0 Uua ugur iioiii the
DtNII t ulu.
'Iliti Wiilulwitle will ilUulmigoliur loud
ot itugai'iin llin bUim W II Dliiiuwl
AlliVllU-l'ltii iMIIHjlll J(l Ftllll,
8(uitui)teiMl'lliuUuu H l M P
KyjJl'li lioni llinmliilti
Ouimjlllllii-nw' HO, II l M Nymi
hf l)o klini Ujtmu J or IIihipu)i,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No All On line n notice in (Ills
A ooon ChrlntiiuiH dinner wiis
toned nt tlio Qui'on'e Hospital.
Tun Ktiltiiku Rnnoli, containing
181,000 acre, is nfleiotl for snlo.
A moonlight bund concert will bo
given ul TliDinns S-'qUnro this eve
"nig. Cn.vcKGtis mul bombs niunlorcil
repose nmiin till a lntu liuur lust night.
Mil. Ouas. T. Guliok lftildh Mr. J.
E. Urown'p power of attorney during
Tiiu Lellehtiii. Social Club
dance t Iiih cAening in Brito's
Miss Mrrciir.i.L, li'prcecnling an
Amni icau publishing uonccrn, m ti cd
on the Cliina.
Mn. J. E. Brown left for China by
the hlcumcr Cliina to procure labor
ers fur a plantation.
There will bo n sale of Govern
ment land IcabCB on Hawaii, at Gov
ernment Hous-e, Junuuiy 27.
Tun 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s steamer Kai
miloa is on the Mnriuo ltailway to
receive u new propeller and bo
Tim pationts nt tho Queen's Hos
pital were serioualy disturbed by
ci ackers and bombs all night befoie
OrncEiis of Hawaiian Lodge, F.
t A. M., will bo installed this even
ing. After the installation tho an
nual banquet will be held.
The Mutual Telephone Compnny
will hold its annual meeting on the
12lh piox., when a proposition will
he considered to consolidate with the
Bell Telephone Co.
Mr. Pctbk High, proprietor of the
EntcrprihG Planing Mill, has secured
the services of Mr. C. B. Itiploy,
aichitcct and building superintend
ent. An illustrated ad veitisement of
the factoiy appears in this paper.
Tun wardens and officials of St.
Andrew's Cathedial Second Congie
gaiion h"ave published a protest
against Bishop Willis's order chang
ing the hours of service. They de
clare their purpose of contesting in
the courts the Bishop's authority for
Services in Portuguese will be
held to-morrow (28th) iu the new
Portuguese Chapel on Miller street,
near Punchbowl street. Rev. A. N.
Pires will preach at 11 a. in. and at
3:80 p. in. The latter services will
bo dedicatory. Sabbath School at
2:30 p. in.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL OFFICERS.
Hawaiian Council, American Le
gion of Honor, yesterday evening
elected the following oilloers for the
Commander, Julius A9ch (re
elected). Vice-Commander, J. IT. Fisher.
Orator, J. M.-Oat.
Secretary, J. Eckardt (re-elected).
Collector, T. S. Douglas, (re
elected). Treasurer, C. Hustace (re-elected).
Chaplain, J. II. Hare.
Guide, A. IT. Raseman, (re-elected).
Warden, S. Ledercr (re-elected).
Sentry, G. Stratemcyer (re-elected).
Trustee for three years, W. C.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
First Sunday after Christmas.
Holy Innocents' Day. Cathedral
Holy Communion 6:30 a. m.
Litany 9 :80 a. m.
Morning Prayer and sermon 10
Evening 'Prayer (Hawaiian) and
sermon 8:30 p. m.
Evening Prayer (English) and
Sermon G p. m.
The services of tho second con
gregation of St. Andiew's Cathe
dral to-morrow will be as follows:
11:15 a. m., Morning Puyer with
sermon. The Christmas hymns will
bo repeated. Anthem, "And tlio
glory of the Lord," by Handel;
7:30 p. m., Evensong, piayer with
sermon, Christmas hymns and an
them. Rev. Alex. Tiluckintosli, pas
tor. All are invited to these ser
vices. CHRISTMAS AT MAHUKOIIA.
Christmas was well enjoyed at
Mahukoiia on WedneMlaj evening.
Mi 8. C. L. Wight gave a magnifi
cent Christmas tree. Everybody
was there aud everybody happy,
The tieo was followed by a perform
ance. Tho pei formers were all Ilu
wuiiuns in the employ of the Ha
waiian Railroad Co., und did their
parts well. The performance was
followed by a dunce, und about
midnight nil went homo well pleased
with their evening's enjoyment,
Following is the programme of the
evening'! performance j
liitioduetoiy hnug Sullor'a W Ife.. .(Jo,
hung Whnt Kind of u tiliou, . I'ouu
hong Almiliaii.,... , .. ....... IHuk
Hung Polly Molly,,,,., ....... Ilnnc
Finale Aloln Ou. ....... ...... . (Jo.
hunting by Morx. Jim und Hob,
l'"u I ni , ...,..,,.,. . )i, htiiiwliiiiui
Hung (OjiutlWj Quo ii mi I'uu
mm no m thu Muhiikoint Hotel,
Hong Duffy llmrtwrut....... ....DmJif
Fulfil .. ., ....V. V Ah,, y,,),
A tfijuiic (Mini MiiIiiiKoiiu J.lfu
l ufl(iMfi1. jn t Tm i.l i '-
VIjiUhI i liiiiilpb 'ljiiiiii i& lie;
U'ffiT MM 1WS.
San Fraiiciico, Die. 18, per 5. ',
Tile Spoknne Falls National Uink
uloscil IIm doors Deo. 17. The
oaslilor clriiins that the assets exceed
thu litibllities by 8140,000.
Christ Kpiscop.il Church, at 35th
alreot mill Fifth avmue, New York,
wuubunud Dec. 17. The church
was vacated two years ngo. Re
cently llcutly's piinting,"Tlie Ideal
Head of Christ," wn9 put on exhibi
tion in the building. The picture,
which whs valued at 850,000, was
dostioyed. The damage to the
chinch is also estimated at $00,000.
In the Senate. Dec. 17, Sherman,
from the Coiiiiuitteo on Foreign Kc
IntiuiiH, reported a bill ptoviding
that the McKinley Tat iff Act shall
nut be held lo impede or impair the
force of any treaty between tho
United States and any other govern
ment. It was placed on the calen
dar. 'I his bill is in accordance with
the President's intimation in Ids
message that a wrong had been done
to Hawaii by the Act which ought
to be remedied.
THE CONSUMPTION CUKE.
Professor Virchow expressed him
self sliongly to n New York Herald
correspondent in Berlin, regarding
the reckless use of Prof. Koch's
lymph. He said that it was absurd
to know that doctors in all parts of
the world were about V inject a
powerful poison into the bodies of
men befoie Koch lias made known
the results of long-continued doses
upon animals. It is highly danger
ous and indiscreet to have mi un
known, untried fluid used by non
experts. It was a pity to have it
used upon men in ail stages of dis
ease and non-disease, when those
who use it should at least know
what elaborate experiments on ani
Tlie correspondent writes: Before
Dr. Loomis left for New York this
week I interviewed him. He said:
"I was skeptical at first, but now
consider the lymph the greatest med
ical discovery of modern, if not of
all times. Eveiy drop of the fluid
is woith S1300, as a diluted drop
will furnish over 130 injections of
average strength, and any reputable
American physician can get &100
for c.ich injection. As a phial con
tains about sixty drops, its present
actual commeieial value is 75,000."
The doctor said that a drop was
worth thiee times more than a flue
diamond of the same size.
A Pari9 despatcb says the reac
tion against the Koch treatment in
Fiance has increased in violence.
Eight patients died soon after the
injection of the lymph, and this,
combined with the fact that there
have been no verified cures, lias in
tensified public feeling against the
The lymph has been used in sev
eral casc3 at St. Luke's hospital,
New York. Results are favorable.
Dr. Shrady of New York says: "I
think it probable that the analysis
madu in Paris and tclegiaphed here
is correct. According to this Koch's
lymph is composed of ptomaines of
tubercle bacilli, glycerine and one
of the cyonogen compounds of gold.
the action or the lymph resembles
that of septic poisons as we know
them. Heart depression and rise in
temperature are characteristic sjmip
toms of septic poisons produced by
the putrescence of dead bodies and
decay of oiganic substances."
There are hundreds of applica
tions for admission to St. Luke's
hospital, and, on the promise of Dr.
Koch cabled from Berlin that the
hospital shall have a fresli and large
supply of lymph in a short time,
arrangements are being made to ac
commodate a much larger number
DASTARDLY OUTIUGE ON PAKNELL.
In a faction fight for possession
of a public meeting at Custlecomer,
between Parnell and Davitt men,
bags of lime were thrown and the
contents of one struck Mr. Parnell
full in the face. He was driven to
a peasant's cabin where ho had med
ical treatment. His pain was most
toi luring. The lime became caked
under his eyelids, und the doctor
hud great difllculty in removing it.
The latest is that the surgeon at
tending Parnell fears the injuries
to his oyes may result in serious
consequences. He has given orders
that for the present bis patient shall
A NEW PARTV.
Joseph Chamberlain made a re
markablo speech at a private Union
cuueus ut Birmingham Dec. 17.
Among other things he tuid that
within a week certain former friends
in the Gludstonluu party hod re
oponed negoliutlons with him for a
reunion ou the basis that Parnell,
having rendered homo rule impossi
ble, they saw no reason why u Lib
eral reunion should not be formed,
He hud replied Unit such a course
was impossible, because tiludblonu
hud detailed home rule hi front of
his progi limine. However, u cunt
events had opened thu eyes of the
Ciludstoiiluii iiioduiulew, who might
co'opeiulu with the UuiopUt. und
Torlu in the formation of a truly
iiuUniiul purty, duyoted to progress
In (ho true.t sense,
HA-juiiiMir, Ih'v, 'il,
Ktmlu, usmiuli on .Mniy Kolol,
sunteiiL'ul to huril liibor ninety ijii).
mul in puy 6;'.fi0 con.,
Fun iiulu fin fnpi CO hall iuul
lur UfUiili.fiiiyj nml llirtiu fi'inalM
ttuu llijyil W mil for ihu .uiiiu of'
HlmnfiV nttit I'rnniiin Innc n Nntn itt
(tut Paiti Trm'li fur M.IO it Nlilt-
YcMerdny afternoon at tlireo
o'clock quite an exciting rnco took
place nt thu Pnrk track. There was
not a large crowd present, but tlio
lace wn witnessed by a number of
local hoi semen,
The race wna for 50 n side, be
tween Dr. Rowat'u pacer, "Shoo
lly'.' and John Oudctkttk's "Pen
nuts," tnilo heats, best two in three.
The horses were in fairly good
shape and got off for the first heat
well together. "Slinofly" soon took
tlm lead and came under the wiie in
Tlio second beat was a slow one,
neither of the horses coming up to
usual time, "Peanuts" winning in
The third heat and tin1 uice was
t nliim by "Pe units" who passed
tinder the wire in 2:50.
The Royal Iliiwuiian Band will
give a public conceit at Thomas
Square this evening commencing at
7:80 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: t'AUT I.
Match -Band is Coining Schild
Oveuurrt Beilln Life Coiindl
(avitbia Belisaiio Donizetti
Selection Italian Melodies. RumnczotU
One, Two, Three, Four. Maui Ghl
Selection Oil ettu Audi an
V.ahz Dauube av- 3 IvaiioWcl
Gallop Hit and Miss lleive
JJiiOW?: fjEGLIORNS I
p ROWS' Leghorn Cocke
jl lelsfni'saic. guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address ''Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
piolani Paik; Mutual Tele
" 093 tf
From and after this date we
will not be icsponslble for any
freight after same has bceu
landed. P.uties to whom
freight is consigned must be at
the landing to receive their
WILDER'S S. S. Co.
HonoltilflC Sept. 5, 1890. 050 tf
VLL claimants to lots in Kapiolanl
Park, situate between the points
below specified, areheiebv liqucsted to
exhibit tln'ii leases or evidences of such
owneisldp, to the undersigned at oticc,
in older to pi event the disposal of said
lots to present applicants, vis
1st Situate on miiuka main avenue be
tween the pronil-es occupied by Jus.
Dodd and the property and home
stead of James Campbell. Num
beied ou I'aik map from 55 to 89
2d Situate on ni.il; ii main avenue be
tweuu the premises and homestead
formerly occupied by G. W. Mac
fniiaue and tho properly of .lames
Campbell. Niiinbi'ied ou Paik map
fiom 90 to 100 inelusie.
By Older of.tlfe Itoaul of Directors.
727 2w Sec'y Kapiolanl Paik Asso.
JUST RECEIVED !
DIRECT from Egypt, a consignment
of Dllbeu. Colls.als & Co.'s Ofn-
J uine Egyptian Cigarettes, made from
the choicest TuiKish tobaccos. Tho
above brand is the cigarette of Europe
and the Continent. Try a sample.
Wholesale ordcis tilled. For snla at
California Fruit Market.
P. G. CAMARINOS,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
READ THIS I
FOR every 150 Hawaiian or other
Pacific Islands' Stamps received, I
will post four 1 nglish illustrated papeis
per week for a month, or will send one
of the latest English, French, Gcimnu
oi Spanish novels. Stamps of other
countries scut iu exchange for those of
Hawaii. All manner of ni tides sent iu
exchange for used postage stamps and
postcards under special arrangements.
JULIUS T. AStlTON,
Importer, Withlugtou, Nr. Manches
ter, England. 735 1m
NOTICE to Alfit'HLTKCTS I
GROUND and Elevation Plans for a
Sailors' Home Building to be
elected on the site S E. corner of Ala
kea aud Halekauilu streets, 132 ft. on
Alakcu street, and 90 fc. fi outage res
pectively, aio asked for, to be liaudeil
in to the undersigned on or before Feb
ruary 1, 1891.
A prize of 9200 will lie awarded for
tho best plan and a pno of 850 for tho
second best plan submitted.
HOT Fur pititiculais apply to
C. JJI. COOKE,
S. M. DAMON,
720 til Committee.
CASTLE & COOKE,
General Merchandiue !
Ufa, Fire & Murine
Imuratice Ag .ti.
H ON m l i '''
Pitt, U'4 WHIT N'lMtliJI'JT,
(iUiuluiillyon Iminlu lurgnunmirlmmit
flM MMl Hllvm-1 luted Wmo,
ciijiu wi minim.
E EMI i'ASTOn ISKNnERO wlrd
ii m HONNTAO. don 28 Decent,
brr, Voriiilltim 11 uhrclnen Deut'chen
OnttcedlciKt In dor Y. M. O. A. HhII
alilutlti-u. 714 3t
y.J mimed practice nt Dr.
olllce, No. 81 Bcrctatiln street.
LL accounts du to ui thrt.
months mull b mild within nO
dny.s or they will bo hnndtd to a col
lectoi. FRANK GERTZ.
ltuit.htlu, D.c. SO, 1W0. 745 lw
NY poison or persons found shoot
ing oil the lauds of Kukuhineo
and Koula, will be prosecuted to tho
full extent of the law.
7J7 1IU MnsC. P. WARD.
NOTICE Is hereby gh en that Leong
Nine, of the firm of Tui Wo Chan
i o., No. 38 Nuuanu Avenue, has sold
till his Inteiest In the nforesald Arm on
tlif U.th day of December. All out
building debts of the aforesaid Arm will
be settled by T. Q, Y. Alal, Jr., com
meuciug from December lGth.
737 2w TAI WO CHAN CO.
JS hereby given that G. Ako, of ;
pala, Kohala, Hawaii, tins s
his Interest in the Arm of Tong Wo Co.;
also, the afoiesaid lands, store and
meiehaiidiso to L. Ahi, of Kohala,
Hawaii, the 19th day of November,
1800. Ml outstutidluc debts will be
settled by I. Ahi.
742 Ot , O. AKO.
HAVING been appointed Assignee
in the estate of J. Haolc, of Wal
lukii, Maui, all persons having claims
against this estate are requested to pie
suul same immediately, and all peuons
Indebted to the estate tire rccpicsted to
make their payments foithwlth.
R. L. AUKRBACH,
Assignee, at the olllce of L. B. Kerr,
Honolulu. " 745 30t
LL accounts overdue and of sue
months' stitudmg, if not settled
at once, will be placed in the hands of a
collector for collection.
We will consider it a special favor hi
our friends to settle promptly ou the
1st of January, 1891.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 2G, 1890. 745 Et
mm kmui Girts!
I have jiiHt received a large assortment
of New Goods suitable for weddltn; and
holiday gifts, collecting of the follow
I ii. uz:
Iu all 6t)lcfl and (Miallth'A;
In tin ueweet patterns;
Aftorioon Tea Cloths,
In 'silk A l.lneu,
l"iiiiuy Miiuii Clnlli In tein,
DiimniK Table Cloths,
In nil Uit tb NuiiMim lo imituli
iIchIkiii clt'.i me,, utit,
Tli""' UoihIh mn ml Ihii(i(im by
liiu iIimhii frmu lb' iiMiiiiifiii;iurii nml
tl" wuijiaiiii'Dil id usu taiUltti'iliiii u
HEW YEAR'S CHEER !
AJ55CW5 3 -
A FIJLL ASSORTMENT OF
N. B. My store will be open on
G. LODW1G MEYER,
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
130 Fort St., - - Honolulu.
(Opposite Club Stables).
CORNER HOTEL. &
CHRISTMAS EVE !
TOY and OOJU1L.S,
Hand-pamted Sachets and Tidies,
PIUBh Dressing Case & Shaving' Sets,
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Port Streets.
Elegant Leather & Plush Albums,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xrnus Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Haud-paiuted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Tuos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
Fairclii's Gold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, Ii
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, BOOKLETS, GAMES,
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
tH)r Open evenings ou mid
.MA A A hllH'K of Thren Nicely
.fmSm FuniUliuil Himmi, two
wflfNI bulionnn iiiiiI imrlor. ou
I'lijirlihovsl liti ni'ur I'uhcu VVulk
uhI)o for o liKtu Kvutlmui'ii
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