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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, DEO. 21, 1892.
Batumuy, Dec. 2.
Am bark 8 0 Allen, Thompson, 10 days
from San Francisco
Stmr Olnudlno from Mnul
Stmr Mokolil from Molokiil
Stmr l'olo from Hnnaiiinulu
Stmr Jnmos Mnkco from KaifM
Stmr lwalani from Knunl
Stmr C H Hishnp from Knliuku
Smmnw, Dec. l!i.
Hark Colomn for Hongkong
Vossols Iioavinrr Tuesday.
Stmr Claudlno for Mnul nnd Hnwnll nt 5
Stmr Miknlinln for Knunl, nt 5 p m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokul nt li p m
Stmr .T A Cummins for Koolnu
Stmr. Ins Mukca for Knpnn nt I ii m
Btmr Knnln for Wnlnnno, Wnlnlun, Moku-
loln, Knliuku nnd l'unaluu.
Stmr Iwnluni for Knunl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thoro will bo no issuo of tho
letin on Monday.
To-morrow, Sunday, will bo Christ
mas Da'. Poor turkey.
Noarly all tho stores will bo open
until a Into hour this ovouing.
It. Cation arrived in town by tho
steamor Iwalani this morning from
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Clnmlhic Ti'230 bags sugar, 115 bugs
corn, l!tO lings sundries. 70 lings potn
tocs, 75 bags tnro, 71! bdls hides nnd 45
Stmr Jns Mnkco i!030 bugs sugar nnd 10
Stmr lwnlnnl 1001 lings sugnr, 1312 bags
paddy, 21 bugs rice, and '21 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr 0 It lllsliop 18 bugs rice, 209 bags
paddy, 1575 bags sugar and 25 bdls
Stmr l'olo 3855 bags sugar.
Diamond Head, 12 in. "Woathor,
hazy; wind, light northeast ; baric off
Tho band will give its regular
weekly concert at Emma Squaro this
Monday will bo obsorvod as a
national holiday and all Govornnibnt
oillcos will bo closed.
Mrs. Eodanot desires a settlement
of all accounts duo her to tho ond
of this year, by tho 20th of January
Satuhday, Dec. 21, 18W2.
From Knunl, per stmr lwnlnnl, Dec 24
It Cntton, Miss 0 Smith, Mrllrondbentnud
From Maui, per stmr Claudino, Deo 21
Cnpt Kimball, U P Wilder and wifo, O M V
Forster, 11 West, Hon ,T Nawahi, L Von
Tcmpsky, II D Baldwin, E H Uailov, Lock
Tung and wife, U Alamn and 39 decs.
Tho bark S. G. Allen, Thompson master,
arrived tills afternoon, about 11) days from
Ban Francisco, with a cargo of general
merchandise valued at $ 19,21 1.
Tho steamer l'ele made tho passago from
Hnnaniaulu to port in 11 J hours with a
stiir breozo in her wako. Slio brought 2855
bags sugar for tho bark Albert.
Tho men on tho different island steamers
havo beon w orking like Trojans to got in
before Christmas and have succeeded.
There are now in port nine island steamers.
The bark Albert will sail about next
Thursday for San Francisco with a full
cargo of sugar. The Albert received sugar
from tho O. It. Bishop and Claudlno this
Tho steamor Claudine arrived this morn
ing reporting heavy S. W. winds and rough
weather along tho coast. Kahnlul har
bor was bare, ttiero being no shipping there.
Will leave again on Tuesday.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Perfumes in great variety at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
Lucky buyors at M.S. Levy's storo
will take either a doll or a dross this
evening, when tho drawing will take
Mr. Nolto gavo his patrons at tho
Boavor a Christmas turkoy luncheon
to-day, which was highly appre
ciated. Tho Goldon Rulo Bazaar will bo
open this ovoning. You cannot af
ford to miss its woll-solectod stock
of gift goods.
About 17,117 bags of sugar caino
by tho island steamers this morning
from Kauai and Maui. Tho Claudino
brought the largest lot.
tho steamor Ulnuumo this morning,
and took his seat in tho Legislature.
Tho Christmas praiso servico at
Kalunakapili Church commoncos at
7:15 o'clock Sunday ovouing. Spe
cial music and addresses. All soats
.North Jiilo, arrived on
Hawaiian Lodgo, F. & A. M., will
moot at tho hall on Tuesday at 2
o'clock, for tho purpose of laying
tho "corner stone of the now Masonic
Tho creditable pictures of tho
Pali aud other scenes on tho first
pago of this issuo aro tho work of
Mr. Stacker of tho Hawaiian Hard
L --Tho steamor Claudino brought
5236 bags of sugar this morning.
An aero of sorghum roady for har
vesting is for sale by Mr. Giffard.
"W-. C.'Sproull has ladies' aud gen
tlemen's handkorchiefs at his linen
storo .on Fort street.
M. S. Levy is not only selling
dress and fancy goods cheap, but is
giving things away.
A native was arrested -this morn
ing for having cho fa tickets unlaw
fully in his posession.
Don't forgot Lovoy's closing Xmas
salo at auction this evening. Last
chance for Santa Claus.
Lodgo lo Progros, A. F. & A. M.,
will havo installation of ollicors on
Monday evening, and invito moni
kers of Hawaiian Lodgo and sojourn
jYou cannot afford to pass tho
closing out salo of holiday goods at
H. W. Schmidt & Sous.
A diver has beon engaged to-day
scraping tho bottom of the U. S.
cruiser Boston of barnacles.
Goldberg addresses tho ladies, con
fidont that each will want some
thing nice for "hubby," and that no
storo can show thorn a better assort
ment of gentlemen's furnishings.
Mrs. Luuiug's nionu will avail you
little for a successful Christinas din
ner, unless you consult tho Bulletin's
advertising columns for tho places
where tho best grocones aro to lie
Deputy-Marshal Molirton present
ed Marshal Wilson with a very
unique Christmas present to-day.
Tho present was cordially recoived.
It was a carved dog holding an ink
stand. Jas. F. Morgan will hold an auc
tion salo of household furnituro at
tho residonco of Mrs. Goo. L. Bab
cock, Emma street, on Thursday,
Jan. 29, at 10 a. m. For list of arti
cles soo adv.
Assembly convened at )
for pravor. Roll call and
reading of minutes of previous meet
ing. Noblo Pun, undor susponsion of
tho rules presented a petition, dur
ing tho reading of which Hon. J.
Nawahi, tho nowly ro-olected mem
ber from Hilo, entered and took
his seat, applause greeting his en
trance. The petition of Noblo Pun
contained 700 names and was a
prayer that Mr. Win. Toll bo ro-ap-pointed
as Superintendent of tho
Lopor Sett lenient.
Rep. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee, reported that tho cre
dentials of Hon. Jos. Nawahi wore
correct. Justice Bickerton waited
on tho Assembly and sworo the
Rop. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee, roported on Section 8 of
tho Appropriation Bill and to tho
olToct that, "No public work, mate
rial or supplies shall be divided, or
parcelled out for tho purposo of
ovading tho provisions of this Sec
tion. Report was adopted.
Rop. Kapahu gavo notico and
uudor suspension of rules road, for
tho first time, a bill relating to foue
iiiK of lands.
At 9:50 on motion the Appropria
tion Bill was taken up and section
7 was road and, being rc-cousidered,
was ropassed with tho limit sum of
salary at S1500 for an employee hav
ing more than ono ofiico.
Tho bill was passed in its entirety.
Tho following business was trans
acted under tho Ordor of tho Day,
Second reading Bill 220, to pro
vide for tho bringing of suits against
tho Hawaiian Government. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of Bill 139, to
amend certain sections of tho elec
Tho bill was considored section by
section, and tho following passed:
bection 1, relating to quahheations
of monibors of the Legislature.
Section 2, qualifications of candi
date for election and rules relating
Section 3, candidates after elec
tion, to furnish itemized statement
Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Jones road for tho first
time a bill to authorizo a national
loan, and to define the uses for which
it is to bo applied.
At 12:02 tho Assembly adjourned
until Tuesday at 9 a. m. Just before
tho mombors loft Hon. J. N. S. Wil
liams wished Prosidont Walkor a
"Merry Christmas," aud drow atten
tion to the fact that tho opportunity
did not often occur.
Bro. John Harris Sopor.
Two Brethren Bearing Silvor Vessols
of Wine and Oil,
Bro. Thomns James King,
Bro. Robort Cntton.
Grand Orator nnd Grand Chaplain,
Bro. Paul Nouinann,
P.. M. Alexander Mackintosh.
Principal Architect Boaring Work
P.'. M. Clinton Briggs Ripley.
P.-. M.1. John Phillips.
P.. M. James Molvillo Monsarrat.
Grand Bible Bearer,
Bro. Charles Hammer.
Supported by two Stowards with
Bro. William Francis Love,
Bro. Abraham Fernandez.
Grand Junior Wnrdon,
P.'. M. William Montroso Graham.
Grand Senior Warden,
IV. M. Theodore Cunningham Por
ter. Deputy Grand Master,
IV. M. John Adair Hassingor.
IV. M. William Fessoudon Allen.
Supported by two Grand Deacons
Bro. Claronco Lindon Crabbe,
Bro. Milton Nelson Sanders.
'.Grand Sword Bearer,
Bro. David Bowors Smith.
Two Stowards with Whito Rods,
Bro. William Goorgo Ashloy,
Bro. William Lowers Hopper.
The Event of the Season !
"WHAT IS THE EYEiSTT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH AKR1V12D ON THE "AUHTRALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
104 Fort St.
HSre-vv I KTo-v-el I Inexpensive I
ST. JOHN'S DAY.
Program of Ceremonies at Laying
tho Corner Stone of the Masonic
Tomple, Tuesday, Decombor 27,
1892, at 2:30 p. m.
The large doll in N. S. Sachs'
window has been won by Master
Chilton, who hold tho luclty number.
Bonson, Smith & Co. make a spe
cialty of perfumery for 'tho holidays,
a lino in which thoy aro alwa3s eminent.
Two cases wero on tho Police
Court calendar this morning: Wm.
Fonnell, for being on tho promises of
another without lawful excuse, and
Ah Wo for committing rape. Both
Notwithstanding tho muddy con
dition of tho streets last night, a
largo number of people wore abroad
securing Christmas presents. Tho
young ones aro hanging up their
stockings already for Daddy Santa
Tho Tomplo of Fashion is sacrific
ing toys aiid Christmas goods with
""juL reserve. Nobody will go past
I "Kodaks for Christmas" aro only
0110 kind of many in holiday goods
offered by" Hollistor & Co. Drop in
B. F. Ehlors & Co. havo attractions
in elegant goods. Thoir stocks are
always suporb. Soo for yoursolvos
Thomas Lindsay, jowolor, will
greet j'ou in Mclnorny block this
ovoning. Ho has some beautiful
holiday and souvenir jowolrj'.
N. S.- Sachs' Popular Millinery
House is away to tho front as usual
with 'holiday novelties. Evorybody
will look in thero this ovoning under
tho gay electric light.
Wouuor & Co.'s jewelry storo pre
sents unoqunlod attractions. Thoir
own mako of Hawaiian souvenir
articles cannot bo excelled. Thoy
charge nothing for showing goods.
"Vistas of Hawaii" at tho Pacific
Hardwaro Co.'s art rooms a beauti
ful souvenir of tho season. Art
works of raro beaut y, including Ha
waiian scenery in oil, water, crayon,
etc, at the samo place.
Havilnnd China is only ono of a
thousand articles for seasonable
gifts at tho Hawaiian HardwaroJCo.'s
storo. Thoro is Something olegant
for tho household, husband, wife,
son, daughter, brothor, sister, cou
sin, aunt, somebody olso's sistor, nny-
body, to bo found thoro.
Santa Claus' Headquarters (Thos.
G. Thrum's bookstore), open this
ovonini', will reward tho visits of
shoppers. Its holiday announce
ment in this paper gives only a
meagre idea of tho splendid display
of presentation goods for young and
Tho steamor Claudino pickod up
Hon. Jos. Nawahi and his crow in a
whaloboat off liana, Maui, on Thurs
day morning. Thoy wore waiting
until dawn to proceed on thoir
journey. Tho party did not seem to
bo any tho worse for thoir ocean
Jas, Stoinor of tho Elite Ico Cream
Parlors has had on exhibition a
largo cake to bo won by a lucky
name. Each competitor had to
write his or hor name on a slip of
paper, which was put into tho cako.
Tho drawing took place to-day, tho
cako being w.on by a Japanoso.
Tho Xmas morning servico ot St.
Andrew's Cathedral commoncos at
9:30 o'clock instead of 9:15. Tho
Cathedral choir of ladies and irou-
tlomon will render a special program
of music, with solos by Mrs. Tonnoy,
Miss Ward. Messrs. Iaukoa, May and
Piorco. Tho Quoou and suite will
bo present. All aro welcome.
Persons who havo parts of tho
family washing done at homo will bo
gratified to learn that tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Co, has imported a num
bor of Western Empire Washing
Machines, It is a simple contrivance
which thoroughly washes tho clothes
with but very fittlo effort on tho
part of tho "artist of tho tub." "You
touch tho handle, tho crank does the
Music, Ro3'al Hawaiian Baud.
Prayer, Grand Chaplain,, P.'. M.
Rev. Ales. Mackintosh.
Ode, by St. Andrew's Choir.
W. M. Andrew , Brown, on bohalf
of Hawaiian Lodgo, No. 21, F. & A.
M., invites tho Grand Mastor to com
monco tho ceremonies.
Address, Grand Master.
Proclamation through tho Grand
Wardens to tho Craft and others
Music, Royal Hawaiian Band.
Ceremony of tho Casket.
Tho Grand Secretary reads tho
contents of tho Casket.
Tho Grand Treasurer places tho
Caskot in tho Cavity of tho Lowor
Stone, during 'odo by St. Andrew's
Distribution of tho working tools
among the Grand Ollicors by tho
Assembly of Grand Officers at
their stations around Stone.
Tho spreading of iho comoiit.
The lowering of tho Stone at
throo separate intervals with tho
Public Grand Honors.
Proving of tho Stono by tho
square, level and plumb.
Distribution of tho vossols of corn,
wine and oil to tho Grand ollicors.
Music, Royal Hawaiian Band.
Consecration ceremonies with corn,
wino and oil.
Delivory of tho working tools'into
tho hands of tho Principal Archi
tect, Return of ( ho Grand Master and
his ollicors to tho platform.
Odo, by St. Andrew's Choir.
Tho Grand Master introduces tho
Oration from tho Grand Orator.
Old Hundred, St. Andrew's Choir.
Tho wholo assembly aro respect
fully invited to join in tho singing
of this hymn.
Benediction by tho Grand Chap
lain. Hawaii Ponoi.
oiideh of fhockssjo.v.
Royal Hawaiian Band,
Henri Borgor, Conductor.
Grand Tyler, with Drawn Sword,
Bro, John Morris Angus.
Two Grand Stowards, with White
Bro. Chorles Jorotno Campbell,
Bro. Archibuld Forrest Gilfillan.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
fi p. m., Evensong.
7:30 p. m., Carol Service.
(5:30 a. 111,, Hoi Communion.
Hymns, 62, 59, 58.
11 a. m., Matins aud Sormon.
Hymns, 59, 5G, GO.
12 noon, Holy Communion.
3 p. 111., Baptisms.
3:30 p. 111., Evensong, Hawaiiau.
7:30 p. m., Evensong.
Hymns, 50, GO, 58.
Tho services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:30 a. 111.,
instead of 9:15. At this servico Hor
Majesty tho Queen and suite will
occupy tho Royal pows. A detach
ment of sailors from H. B. M. S.
Daphno will also bo present. . All
Tho niusic.il program to bo ren
dered will bo. as follows:
9:30 a. m.
Festival Rosponsos, Tallis.
Confossiou Special sotting.
Vonite Humphrey in C.
To Doum Kotschzmar hi F.
Jubilato Deo, Sullivan.
Anthom, "Thus Spoakoth tho Lord
of Hosts" by Stainor.
Hymn, "O Como All Yo.Faithful."
Sormon Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
Sanctus Hart in D.
Nunc Dimittis Beethoven in B
G:30 r. m. .
Festival Rosponsos, Tallis.
Glorias Savage in C.
iMagnihcat Jibdon 111 U.
Nunc Dimittis Ebdon in C.
Anthom "Sing O Hoavens" by
Hymn "Hark tho Horald Angols
Sormon Rov. Alex. Mackintosh.
Hymn "Whilo Shophords Watched
Organ Postludo Christmas Offer-toiro.
For Mctul, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Funcj Silk, Hundpuinlcd, Jeweled and Kmbroidorcd Olmir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Siduboard Covers and Kope Floss
For Novelties in Hnndp.tiulcd Funs and Hnmlkcrchicf Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand 11 igs, Card Cases and a World's Fair l'uri-e
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cushmcrc and Silk Co.its, Silk Huts, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mous-qnetaire Kid Gloves, tan sluulos; reduced to if 1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shiils, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pitjnimv
For Ladies' Ohifibn Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shadei
Immense "Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
fjBT CALL AT SACHS'.
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COT CALL AT SACHS'.
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VST CALL AT SACHS'.
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 60c.,
J?1.00, .. 2f and ijl.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value over offered) at 20c, 25c. and 35c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Ladies would do well lo inspect our Stock -before making their selections elsewhere.
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FUOM AND AFTKll OCTOBKK 1. lhOi
jVL. s. levy,
Weave Honolulu. ,(J:lft
Arrive Honolulu .8:3.1
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Bro, James Anderson King.
Thoro will bo a celebration of
Holy Communion in tho morning at
5:30 o'clock, Rov. Alos. Mackintosh,
. CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Low masses begin at 1:30 a. m.,
and continue till about 0, with hory
communion, from tho 3d mass.
Jtiigli ponti lical mass at 10 a. in.,
sung by his-Lordship, tho Bishop of
Panopolis, tho St. Louis' College
Baud placing, and tho cathedral
choir Binging, followed bj' baptism
of infants and adults.
Confirmation, Itosary, Benedic
tion of tho M. 13. Sacrament, 3 p. in.,
tho Portuguese band, uudor tho
ltov. Father Valentino's direction,
playing boforo and after.
Saturday next, being Christinas
eve, is a day of fasting and abstinence.
CENTRAL UNION CIIUItCH.
Tho Sunday School moo's at 0:15
Tublic worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Both services will bo of spe
cial Christmas sontr and sermon.
Subject of morning discourse, "Tho
Coming of Christ a .Toy to tho
World." Subjooct of a brief ovoning
discourse, "Carrying tho Christ
Child, or, Tho Legend of Saint
All aro cordially invited.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in tho Mililani hall, near tho
Music Hull, as follows: Biblo
class, 10 a. in.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. in.; Preaching
in English, 7:30 p. m. All aro in
vited. Elder Clapp will deliver an ad
droBs in the ovoning on "Tho Mission
of Jesus Christ."
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advontists will havo
Biblo meetings ovory Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic sorvices will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hnll on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
v. m. o. A. HALL.
Evangolistio sorvices in tho Y. M.
C, A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. in.
8:l!i 1:5 4:35
9:57 2:57 5:3.rif
10:13 3:13 5: fit
11:55 1:55 (J:50t
1'k.mii. City Looai..
l.enve Honolulu ... 5:10$ ....
Arrive Pearl City SMSg ....
Arrive Honolulu." :30
Sundays excepted. 1 Saturdays only.
Mas. uouAXirr would asic all
indebted to lier up to the end of this
vear to nettle their respective accounts by
January L0, 16iO. (W3-lw
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
If you would like an opportunity to get this
Dress, buy a Bill of Goods for CASH to the
amount of Five Dollars, and you will find
out all about it.
.A. BLxtifu.l Doll
Will also be
away at the same time :
Hawaiian Lodgo, No. 21, F. & A. M.
New Masouiu Temple.
i:kts at tub hall at a o'clock
TUESDAY. Rec. 27111, for the pur
pose ol uiyini; tno corner Dione oi wiu
Members of Lodu'e le l'roures and so-
joiirniui; Brethren are cordially invited.
Xiodge le Progros, No.
& A. M.
buy Goods to the amount of' Three Dollars,
and you Avill have the chance to get these
0-u.r Stock, of
A cordial invitation 1b oxtoudod to
all to call aud inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Storo open Satur
day evenings. Kino Baos.
50 cent) a tiionth,
Papa, tho nativo reported- yester
day as being in a station cell, has
beon committod to tho Insane Asy
lum. Tho causes of his insanity wore
said to bo kahuna practices and cho
fa. A Portuguese aud a Japanoso
woman havo also been committed.
Tho woman was employed to do out
door work for C. A. Brown at Wai
pio, and tho change of employment
from domestic service is said to havo
unbalanced her mind.
Brothor Bearing Golden Vessel of
"Whon on a visit to Iowa, Mr, K.
Dolton, of Luray, Itussoll County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain & Co., Dos Moines, to
show them his six year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved by Chnm
borlain's Cough Ilomody, it having
oured him of n very sovoro attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it
saved his'boy's life and is onthus
iastio in his praiso of tho Homed'.
For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agoutis for tho Hawai
124, A. F.
rpiIE KKOULAK MKKTIXQ OK 1.01)01;
JL lo lroi;res, No. r.M, A. K. .t A. M.,
will bo herd on MONDAY KVKNINO,
Dec. aith, at 7:30 o'clock. Business: In
stallation of Ollicors.
Members of Hawaiian Lodu,e and so
journing llrethron aro invited to attend..
' I). II. DAVIS.
Notice to Stockmen!
KOlt SALE onr.Ar
One Acre of Sorghum!
ItKADY KOU HAHVKSTlNd.
For particulars apply to
At Win. O. Irwin Co.'s ollico, Fort st.
Excellent Accommodations for Patients.
No Jtiok In Throning HorMix.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
Kodaks I Christmas
IS NOT QUITE EXHAUSTED
Prices Trom $7.00 to $75.00.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
108 Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IB- IF. EHIIIlilBIRS Sc CO.
30 FORT ST3S.B3E1T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
jltell tl. 1
I O. Itox 1W
Japanese Silt and Crepes, at very low prices.
B3F Glove ami Handkerchief lloxcs, Toilet and Manicure
Work Jioxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
W Ladies' and Jfisscs' Tailor-made Jackets, from $8 up.
53 Headed tiilk, Jllack Capes, at your oiun price,
33?" .Miiis, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
1ST Dressiiiiklng .Under the Management ol HISS E. CLARK. JX