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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KI10M AND AKTIllt OCTOHKI! 1, ISO.'. 1
Lcavu Honolulu. .0:15 8:15 1:15 t:3.Vt
ArrlvolIunoiilluli.7:,J0 11:57 1!:57 fi:rt
IiCnvoHoit(mlltili..T:.10 in: in 3s 13 5:12
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 1:55 0:501
Pi:.m, Citv lioi'.M..
Leavo Honolulu 5:10$ ...
Arrivo PeailClty 0:4S ....
Leave l'cnrl 0lly..(i:55
Arrlvu Honolulu 7:30
Sundays excepted. 1 Saturdays only.
TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1892.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
11 nvo you scon t ho innnonso bar
gains N. S. Sachs is oflurn
ing in liiiml-
Mo.niiw, Dec. 10.
liaik Column from Portland, Oregon
Turin vy, Doc. 20.
Slmr Waimanalo from Maul and Molokai
(1 ril1lths, for
llktno S O Wilder,
Stmr W (I Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Slmr Ulaudino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
-Slmr Knnln for Waianac, Wuialua, Moku-
bjiu, Kiilmku and I'unaluu.
Stmr'Mikaliala for Kauai, at 5 11 ni
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Lnhuhm and Hamnkua
CarRoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kaiiln I'JsO Ikiks jmddy, 170 bags
lioo and 100 bags rice bran.
For San FimicNco, per bktnu S G Wilder,
Deu'JO l!ov Sunamoro. wife and '2 chil
dien, Dr Ilugtts and ife.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr V Q
Hull, Dec L'0-r.Mrs A Ohirfc and child, T M
Datte, Hattio Maliou, Mrs Kuihelani,
Prince D Kawatunakoa, Misters Smithies
(-) and 10 deck.
The steamer Kiuau will be duo from
Maui and Hawaii to-morrow morning.
The steamer W. 0. Hall loft for wind
waul ports this morning, and will leturn
on schedule time, Tuesday afternoon.
The barkciitine S. G. Wilder, Captain
flrilllths, sailed at noon to-day for the
Golden Gate, cunjinij U10 following cargo
of sugar: 3123 bngi, bhippud by 1 A.
Schaclci t Co. ; 11,013 bags shipped by 0.
Hrewer .V Co.; a total of 17,111 nags sugar,
weighing 2,132,101 lbs., anil valued at if.Mi,-133.01.
IN THE OFFING.
Suspicion of a Conjunction Between
the Coloma and the Waimanalo.
A bark was roportod as twonly
milos southeast at 0:20 o'clock this
morning, and later was toon to put
oil' again. At 8 o'clock this aftcr
noou'a tolophono incssago to Cliarlio
i'cti'rson, tho over vigilant lookout
man, olicitcd an answer that sho was
still twenty miles oil" and seomingly
not making any headway. Tho na
tionality of tho vessel could not bo
Tho steamer Waimanalo from
Maui and Molokai was signaled as
twonty miles oil' at 11 : 10 o'clock this
morning. About noon sho was seen
to stop all of a sudden, as if some
thing had broken. Sho remained in
that position until 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon, when sho was seen to
forgo ahead.- At 3 o'clock tho Dia
mond Head station reported hor as
oll Waialae. Captain Dudoit did
not leave on tho last (rip of tho
steamer, and was rather surprised at
hor non-arrival on Saturday last,
lie loft on tho sleamor Mokolii yes
terday afternoon for Molokai, and
must havo passed hor on tho way.
" -It is a rather suspicious cireum
sf'inco that tho Waimanalo should
W -absent when (ho baric Coloma
fronf-Oregon for China is cruising
off the' island.
Dr. lltiguB and wife loft on tho
barkouHno S. G. Wilder to-day for
Tho veto of (lie Government Em
ployee's Labor Bill by tho Cuoon has
been sustained by (ho Legislature.
Fort street prosonts a lively ap
poaranco those evening'". Neatly all
(ho stores are open for (ho holidays.
Diamond Head, II p. m. Weathor,
cloudy; wind, fresh southwest;
sleamor Waimanalo oil" Waialae, bark
20 miles southwest.
Tho barkonlino S. G. Wilder took
a small mail of 111 le((ers for San
Francisco to-day. Sho is expected
(o make n fast (rip.
Two Chinese, charged with play
ing oho fa, wore brought up in tho
Polieo Court t Ids morning and for
tho third time remanded.
L. J. Levoy will hold an evening
sale of Christinas goods at his sales
rooms this evening. A good chance
to secure suitable holiday prosonts.
Tho semi-annual meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of (he Queen's
Hospital will bo held to-morrow
morning at 10:30 o'clock in tho
Cliambor of Commerce room.
A motion (o indefinitely postpone
tho Opium License Bill was defeat
ed this afternoon, 12 for and 31
against. Discussion of (ho bill sec
lion by section succeeded.
A sailor from II. B. M. S. Daphne
was thrown from a native broncho
in front of Singer's bakory yester
day afternoon; but escaped unhuil.
There wore other spills along (ho
A squad of bluejackets was pholo-
grapneu at tno Aloiia uauery 111
comical costumes j'esterday after
noon. Several had musical instru
ments and tho antics thoy got up
would liavo inauo a liorso laugh.
Mr. Geo. Lycurgus was a passen
ger 13 tho bark Coloma, from Port
land, Oregon, for Honolulu. Mr.
Lycurgus' intention was to moot 1 ho
S. S. Zambesi expected hero a fow
days ago. Tho Coloma was expected
to make tho trip down in 15 days.
A largo attendance of ladies lis
tened to Mrs. Mary Cloineut Loavitt
in (ho parlor of Central Union
Chuich this afternoon. Hor ad
dress was on tho work of tho W. C.
T. U. throughout the world. Tho
local W. C. T. U. at this meeting
voted .?5 for tho work at tho World's
Fair, which is considerably above its
proportion according to numbers.
Tho bark Coloma arrived yester
day ovoning, JO days from Portland,
Oregon, and 2!) days from Astoria,
on route to China, having boon in
(ho trade for many years past, touch
ing at Honolulu every trip. Tho
following passengers wore on board:
Geo. Lycurgus, Miss Daniels, Mr.
Barrel, A. T. Noyes. The Coloma's
arrival was not unoxpected, more
especially by hor agents hero, who
had advices ly mail.
TunsoAY, Dec. 20, 1892.
An Officer of H. B. M. S. Daphne
Thrown From a Horse.
Three ollicors of tho British war
ship Daphno and three young ladies
wont horsoback riding this morning.
Near tho Government Building a
fiery stood ridden by 0110 of tho
Englishmen bolted down Merchant
street. It passed tho Bulletin of
fice at a breakneck pace, How across
Fort street and past tho Post Ollico
and Polico Station. At Nuiuiuu
street tho runaway liorso encounter
ed a dray team across its path and
suddenly .stopped. Tho rider was
thrown over tho horse's head, falling
on his hip. Ho was thrown on tho
lino of tho advancing dray's wheels,
which, had ho boon stunned by tho
fall, would havo crushed him. As it
was ho retained his senses and
presence of mind, rolling barely out
of tho way of (ho mercantile jugger
naut. Tho dray was heavily loaded
and on a descending grade, so that
if its wheels had caught Iho prostrate
man his fato would havo boon fright
ful. Dr. Martin of tho Daphne was
thrown by tho same horse yesterday
afternoon and had his arm broken.
Tho Assembly convened nt '.)
o'clock for prayer. At S):12 tho min
utes of (ho previous mooting were
reatl and approved.
Noble Williams, from (ho Printing
Committee, reported two bills
Hop. Smith, from (ho Judiciary
Committee, presented reports on (1)
Stamp duties, in which tho com
mittee present an amended bill, and
(2) in re tho proposed amendment
to the Act to He-organize tho Judi
ciary; (ho committee present an
amended bill. Both reports received
ami tabled for consideration with
Noble Kauhane, from tho Com
mittee on Education, presented a re
port on tho bill relative (o the ap
pointing of teachers to positions 111
th co union schools. Committee
recwMond bill bo tabled. Hoport
received anil tabled lor ltituro con
He,). Waipuilani, from Iho Public
Lanclh Committee, presented a re
port and amended bill on homo
steads. Tabled for future considera
tion. Tho Minister of the Interior re
ported (hat Her Majesty had signed
JJill 183, to oxoinpt certain forest
lands froni'taxalion; Bill 20(5, relat
ing to (ho vending of goods and
merchandise; Bill 210, relating to
duties; Bill 12(5. relating to high
ways; Bill 79, relating to dentist ry.
The Minister also answered tho
questions relative to the action of
tho Cabinet in tho matter of the
voloof Bill 175, to regulate tho hours
of labor of certain Government 0111
ployeos and stated that thoy did ad
vise Hor Majestj- to exercise her voto
on tho bill. Tho Cabinet also say
that if tho Bill is passed over the
voto the wishes of tho Legislature
will bo carried out by tho enforce
ment of Iho law.
The Attornoy-Goneral gave notice
of a bill to prevent tho landing of
fugitives from justice and stow
aways, in this Kingdom.
At 9:50 tho Order of the Day was
moved and consideration of tho voto
question was taken up.
Hop. Kainauoha moved that tho
consideration of the Bill bo indefi
nitely postponed and that tho voto
of Hor Majestj bo approved.
Noblo J. M. Horner was opposed
to tho vo(o. Tho House had s(ood
on princlplo previously and had
ousted 3 or -1 Cabinets simply on
principle when tho members thoreof
wore acceptable to tho House and
woro willing to act in accord
with tho desires of tho majority.
For tho members to sit quiotly down
and allow (his bill to loinain vetoed
would bo (o stultify themselves. Ho
did not blame in anyway Hor Maj
esty bnl Her Majesty's Ministers
who wero tho adviseis in this mat
ter. Ho did not think that it was
proper to havo four men like tho
Ministers turn on tho niombors and
slap thorn in tho face, it was dis
graceful. Hop. H. W. AVilcox said that ho
agreed with Noblo Horner in regard
to (lie principle. Ho had found,
however, that (hoso who spoke the
loudest and strongest in favor of
principle only staid with those prin
ciples as long as it suited their con
venience and no longer. Ho was
opposed to this bill at tho first and
ho would now support tho voto of
Hop. Knmauoha said that Article
IS of tho Constitution gave Her
Majestj a right which sho has used.
He favored indolinito postponement
of tho consideration ot tho matter.
Hep. Bipikano said that this Bill
was passed by this Houso. Now ho
saw that thoro aro a good many that
aro going to stand by tho voto. Ho
was opposed to tho voto and ho was
going to stand by his principle and
A( 10:10 voto was taken on tho j
question of sustaining tho voto, tho 1
Prosidonl pulling Iho question to
(ho Houso "Shall this bill become a
law notwithstanding tho volo by the ,
Queon." Tho ayes and nnjs wore
takon resulting in tho voto being
sustained by a voto of 29 to 11 as
Hop. While from the minority of
tho Opium Commitleo presented n
ropor( recommending that Bill 122
bo t niton up.
Hop. Ashford moved (ho consider
ation of Bill 117.
Hop. Smith moved that (ho con
sideration ot tho bills bo indefinitely
postponed. Ho spoke at length in
an endeavor to show up (ho mils
which would bo likely to result to
Iho community 11 the sale 01 the
drug was liconsed. He dreaded tho
result to tho Hawaiian race.
Hop. Ashford favored licensing as
being tho more ready means by
which control could bo obtained of
tho importation and sale of opium.
Tho niombors had knowledge of tho
stories connected with tho opium ex
ploits of tho Halcyon, (ho Cascoand
tho Annio Harloy and in this morn
ing's papor could bo road the arrival,
unexpectedly, of course, of a ship oft
Mololtai and ho had seen in writing,
that a largo quantity of opium had
boon lauded from that vessel.
At this hour, 12 o'clock, recess
was had until i:isj p. in.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS TI1K EVEXTV WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON T1I15 "AUHTKALIA." AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
Spocini Xmas Sorvicos.
Next Sunday being Christmas day,
tho second congregation of St. An
drows Cathedral will hold special
sorvicos. In tho morning tho ser
vice will commence at 9:30 o'clock
instead of 9:15, ovoning service at
(5:30 o'clock. On both occasions tho
choir of ladies and gentlemen will
render a fino program of music,
speciallj selected for this festival.
All seats aro free and everybody is
welcome. At 5:30 o'clock in tho
morning thoro will bo a celebration
of Holy Communion, Rev. Alot.
104 Fort, St.,
ISTe'w-1 2STo"vel I Inex:perLSi"V"e I
For Metal, Plush unit Celluloid, Toilot and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, llntulpuiiitert, Jeweled and Embroitlorcil Chair Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tiuy, Table and Sideboard Covcis and Hope Floss
For Novelties in lliuulpiiititcd Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fino Leather Hand Bigs, Card. Cases and a, World's Fair Purto
For Liutics' Fino Parasols and Gent's liood Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere ami Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mmi-quetuirc Kid Gloves, Inn shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shiils, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Cliill'on Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
gjST CALL AT SACHS'.
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GIFTS FOR IiEPERS.
Holp to Make Thoir Holidays Merry.
Any Toys, Dolls, Pictures, Books,
Clothing, Candies, and other Gifts
will bo thankfully reeoived for thoni
at J. T. Watorhouso's Queen slreot
Store, or at the ollico of the Board
Row Dr. Scott,
diod on Novom-
Inununsu Variety at "Exceptionally Low Prices. . ,
A LAUGF ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 00c, 75c,
.$1.00, 1.25 and $1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value ever ollVred) at 20c, 2.rc. and 35c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gJ0 Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their fceUclion-i elsewhere. &$
erman SANTA GLAUS' M. S.
I V X
For Coughs 6k Colds.
Tohn F. Tones, Edom.Tex. .writes
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Couch. Colds. Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
- AS Vbl'AL -
1'ruMiiits tliu Kluesl Display of S"
: : Novelties for Hie Holidays
B.W. Baldwin, Camesville.TeHn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, of
Charleston, 111., writes: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves,
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
A Piatol n the Way of a Child
Nearly Makes Troublo.
Thoro nimio near hoiny a caso of
homicide Jun Emma street Sunday
afternoon. A little child was play
ing wit hja Chinese cook, putting a
toy pistol against his abdoinon and
liring vlho caps, when tho Chinese
cook beoaine angry, snatched tho
pistol from him and put it on a high
sholf. Ho went out to got .soino
water. In the meantime tho boy
had put a chair on top of another and
taken down a pistol, unfortunately
not tho Miino one, but a real weapon.
"When tho cook oulored tho kitchen,
tho boy conuuonccd tho same antics,
putting the pistol against tho China
man's abdomen, lio began pulling
on tho trigger, as ho supposed, but
luckily ho did not touch tho right
spot, and sang out, "paakiki, paa
kiki" (hard, hard). Finally tho cook
looked down and saw tho weapon,
when ho slapped it away and rushed
out on tho street crying blue mur
der. The folks ran in and took the
weapon away from Iho little lellow,
who being innocent of deadly intent
was rather surprised. Five chambers
wero loaded and ono empty.
Jlr. J. C. Boswoll; ono of tho bol
known and most respected citizens
of Urownwood, Texas, sull'ored with
diarrho'a for a long tune and tried
many dill'eront remedies without
bouelit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhu-n Homody was
used; that relieved him at once. For
salo by all dealers, 13onson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Jsl-auds.
Brown vs. Sponcor Again -W. H.
Aldrich Bankrupt for Over
V. II. Aldrich has boon adjudged
a bankrupt on his own potitiou be
fore Chief Justice Judd. Wednes
day, Dec. 'Jrf, is appointed for proof
of claims and election of an assignee.
Tho bankrupt's liabilities aro over
$'(()0(). A. F. i'otorson appeared for
Chief .Justice Judd has ordered
tho will of tho lute Sarah Gray ad
mitted to probato and letters testa
mentary to issue to Alexander Gray
under. $100 bond. A. S. Hartwoll
appoaiod for tho petitioner.
In tho injunction suit of C, A.
Drown vs. O. X. Spencer, for posses
sion of the Tax Ollico, Croighton for
tho defendant lilod adoinurror,whioh
was argued and submit tod, Hatch
appearing for the plniutill'.
When on a visit to own, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luray, Jtussuil County,
Kansas, called at the laboratory of
Chamboilain A. Co., Des Moines, to
show thoin his six year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved by Cham
berlain's Cough Koinody, it having
cured him of a very sovoro attack of
croup, Mr. Daltou is certain that it
saved his boy's life and is enthus
iastic in his praiso of tho l?omody.
For salo by. all dealers, Donson,
Smith iS: Co", Agents for tho Hawai
Wo havo just opened a lino of tho
latosl publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Fastols and other shoot
pictures. Kino Duos.
Hop. Smith said "thai ho would
take issue with tho Ministers in re
gard to soino of tho grounds offered
for tho voto. Tho Legislature has a
perfect right to say what tho duties
of certain ollicors shall bo and what
their compensation shall bo. If tho
stand taken by the Cabinet was pro
per then thoy could say how many
clerks thoy should havo and what
their pa shall be. Ho was not in
favor of tho bill but when it camo
to saying that the Legislature had
no right to dictate thou ho objected.
Kop. Ashford said that thoro was
no doubt that tho Sovereign had tho
right to veto tho bill, and by tho ad
vice of tho Cabinet it was clearly
Hor duty to do so. Ho believed
that tho voto should not be care
lessly or freely used and in a matter
so trivial. Tho message which comes
back with tho royal signature, as ad
vised by tho Cabinet, contains in
reality nothing, it is a most puerile
document. Ho did not know who
drew the veto message. He did not
know which member of tho Cabinet.
Minister Drown (interrupting) -
1 drew it.
Hop. Ashford -You did? Well, I
am sorry that you drew so weak mi
Minister Drown It is only on a
par with' soino of yours.
Hop. Ashford said that ho con
sidered the document most weak
and puerile. It was not necessary to
sot tlio poudorous machinery of tho
voto moving in so slight a matter.
Ifo considered that thoro was more
polioy than principle involved in the
question. Tho veto was not Her
.Majesty's but a Ministerial veto. Ho
did not admire tho discretion of tho
Cabinet in having advised it.
The Attorney-General said that
tho passage of tho bill was what
might bo called a snap passage, a
I number of members huinir away at
tho Hum iho voto was taken. Tho
Cabinet considered that from tho
loose manner in which tho bill was
drawn it could not bo made applica
ble to all tho departments, therefore
it was useless
AXOl-KX LETTER ADDRESSED TO
tho undersigned. The Under will be
Hiiituhly rewarded, on leaving it nt this
ollico. J. A. .M. CASHLESS.
OtlSE OK JIAKIK1
lor, Dining-ioom, ,'t lled
rooms. Iviteliun. etc. Cnr-
rlniro House, Stablu mid other OutliouscB
on the iiremibes. These
those occupied by Mr. Creluhton. Apply to
1V VIltTUKOF A WUITOr KXEOU-
iJ Hon luHiicd out of t'io l'olleo Court on
tbu lind ilny of November, A. D. IS!).', i
iiKiihift Yep Sin, dafundant, In fiivorof 1). I
K. Nul, pluhitiu", for the stun of $17,73, 1
have levied upon and hIiuII expo"n for sale ;
at the Police Station, In thu DiHtriet of
Honolulu, Island of Oabu, at 1!2 o'elock of
WEDNESDAY, the 1th day of January,
A. 1). lb'.i.'l, to the hiKlieit bidder, all the
right, title and Intercut of the said Yep Shi,
defendant, in and to tbu following pro
perty, tulles') said judgment, interest, costs
and my expenses I hi previously paid.
List of property for sale;
1 Novels, r Pictures, '1 Mirrors, 1 l.oun
1 ( ottago
'Which must bo -ecu to be appicciatcd.
Choicest Season Hooks from Harper's,
Houghton it Milliu, Scribner's,
LothropS and others.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
FIMOIli:i: SIIAT.lt NOVIIl.TII'S IN
Inkstands, Blotters. Paper Knives,
Odor Stands, Toilet Sets, l'lasks, Etc.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Ooods, Nut Pick Sets,
Hlaeking Outfits, new and sensible;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Hook Marks,
lllotters it Calendars, Work Iloxes,
Desks, Manicure, Music Itollr-,
Dressing & Traveling Cases,
Va-us it I'lower Stands,
Double i Tiiple Minors,
Xmas Cards & Booklets
-: ONLY A FEW LEFT :-
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
A CHOICE VAItlETY.
Fortbe Hoys in lino aortiucut, mid ditto
for the Olrls, including the best
DOLLS & DOLL SUN DH IliS
To be found in town.
In Fact this Applies to All Our Lines.
Sf Many people waiting for late selec
tions will gut 'badly left," lor tlm ('holiest
is being picked out daily.
ff3T OPEN- EVENINGS -jf
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
If you would
Dress, buy a Bill of
ike an opportunity
amount of Five Dollars,
out all about i(.
or CASH to
.A. BestxxtifuLl XDoll
Will also be given away at the same lime
buy Goods to the amount of Three
and you will have the chance to
s- O-utr Stock, of
liaroiueter, 1 Package I-iro
CI IAS. II,
Honolulu, Dec. I), 1KL
The News Donuitimmt Is lirnnaied
to receive tmnscilption oriler.s lor ine .ew
Year. Persons desiring to make changes
will pleaso advise in time,
Look out for tho Jubilee Issue of the
Hawaiian Annual for 1893
Kodaks I Christmas
I'lNI'.I.Y ll.'.lhTltVTTII ,
To appear during Christmas week,
THOS. G. THRUM,
lOS Fort Street.
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
IS NOT Ql ITK KXIIArsTEl).
Prices from S.OO to $75,OQ,
i HOLLISTER & CO.,
I lO Fort Street, ,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
As Dainty a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
i:.iji'irtiri:i,v ilmotuatkii with riiorounwi iujs
Tl-ie "Prettiest Olii-istmas Preaent or tla Soason.
Of- PltlOH -fl.OOj PIIOTOOIIAVIUIK.) 7,'k. -i
All receipts are devoted by thu Ivilattea Volcuno House Company and the (Mint
Hallway Company, thu pulilinhurn, to advertising the Islands, and In tho advantage
of tho wholu country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
IB. IF1. EHZLSK.S & GO.
S FORT STREJEJT.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
E" Japanese Sill; and Crepe, at very Unt prices.
11" Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure
Work liotcs, Dolls, lite., lite., all sold rcijardlcss of tost.
ST3? Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from fJ up.
E3T Beaded Silk, lilaek Capes, at your oh price.
3" Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in yreat variety,
C3T Drossuiaklnij Under tlte Mona-jemeut oi MISS K. CLARK. &!