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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KIIOM AND AFTER OOTOHKR 1, 1802.
Lenvo Honolulu. .0 : 15
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:45 1:45 4:35t
0:57 2:57 5:35t
10:43 3:43 5:42t
11:55 4:55 0:50t
1'KAni- City Locau
Leave Honolulu 5:105
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Leave Pearl Clty..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30
Sundays excepted, f Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxcoptcd.
THE DAILY BOLLBTIN.
THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1892.
TiiunsDAY, Dec. 29.
S B Austral In, Houdlctte, from San Francisco,
Tiiukspay, Dec. 29.
Stinr Han ait for Launnliochoc, Honohiua,
Am bk Albert, Winding, for San Francisco
VgbsoIs leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W 0 Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Am bk Column. Xoyes, for Hone-kong
H 11 M S Daphne, J MoArthur, for Fiji
nt tho Critorion
Tho Thistle Club Tins notice of
Don't forgot tho daucu at Firo
Polico hnll to-night.
Frosh frozen castors are available
at tho Boavor saloon.
Hon. Aug. Droior offors a reward
for tho return of a lost dog.
J. F. Morgan will soil furniture of
R. S. Stevenson at 10 to-morrow.
A caso of books arrivod by tho
Australia consigned to tho Board of
Tho S. S. Australin will loavo for
San Francisco on Wednesday noxt,
on schedule titno.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Francisco, Dec. 21, per S. S,
An auction sale of
hold by James F.
liquors will bo
Morgan at 12
From San Francisco per S S Australia,
Bee 29 John Anderson, B R Banning,
Theo Barlow and wife. 8 H Blontror and
wife, John Burns, Richard Chute and wife,
Miss A Daniel, Miss M Daniel, John Daw
bam, Frank Halstead and wifo, Mrs II
Halstead, F C Heath, J A Hopper and
wife, Joseph Hymnn and wife, Root. Lew
ers, K O Macfarlano, Q V Macfarlano, Mrs
FWMacfarlano.Mrs T F Mitchell, Miss
N Mitchell, Mrs M E Staples and maid, E
D Tennoy, Hon L A Tlmrston, Mrs Wlddi
field, Judge H A Wiuomann and wife, Miss
Widemann, Miss Gertie AVidemann.
For San Francisco per bk Albert, Dec 29
Mrs Mcintosh and 3 children, F G Law,
Miss Kirsten Mahlum and P Andersen.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 13
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from tho Colonies,
uuc haii. ia
Pursor Laurie J. Ryan of tho S. S.
Australia has tho thanks of tho Bul
letin for news favors.
Mrs. II. W. Mcintosh and throo
children loft l3' tho bark Albert to
day for San Francisco.
lions. Goo. W. Macfarlano, E. C.
Macfarlano and L. A. Thurston have
returned homo b' tho Australia.
Ah Yum was arrested yostorday
for tho theft of a Chinoso silk coat
valued at $8, tho property of Ah
Tho baud will give a moonlight
concert at Makoo Island this even
ing, providing tho weather continues
L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of a
quantity of rattan furniture ox bark
Bylgia at his salesroom at 10 o'clock
J. F. Morgan will hold a halo of
housohold furniture at tho residence
of Chaplain R. R. Hoes on Saturday
next at 10 o clock.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from
cabtie, ftsw, uue wee ai
Qer bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, duo
Schr Robt Lowers from Port Gamble
Am bkt Planter from Port Gamble
Haw bgt Douglas from San Francisco
a Vessels in Port.
f CSS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
V Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port Town-
Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorcensen. from
. Man l(Vntiilunn
Vin bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Smith, from Now-
.pifaw Bk Mnuna Ala,
f casne, now
.....ii un.iiu u .. "J JUU...ll, UUlll
Br bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Am bkt Discovery, McNeill, San Francisc
Ger bk Bylgia. Ploeger, Hongkong
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, San Fran
The bark Sonoma sailed Dec. 20 for
nolulu, consequently is 9 days out.
The 4-mastcd schooner Carrier Dove
sailed from Callao, Dec. 19, for Honolulu.
The brigantine W. G. Irwin commenced
loading at San Francisco on Dec. 21 for
The schoonor Mary Dodge sailed on Dec.
15 for Mahukona, Hunan, witli a cargo
valued at If 10,000.
The bark Albert left for San Francisco
to-day with the following cargo: 13,589
bags sugar. H. Hackfeld c Co.; 5175 do.,
M. S. Grinbanm ifc Co.; 100 bbls. molasses,
J. H. Bruns. Domestic value, $1)7,935.81.
EVANS-In Honolulu, Dec. 20, to the wifo
of Tlios. E. Evans, a son.
BALDWIN In Iowa City, Placer countv,
'California, December 17, Dr. It. It.
Baldwin, a native of Illinois, aged 23
Hon. H. A. Widoinann, wifo and
two daughters arrivod homo by tho
S. S. Australia to-day. Tho vonor
ablo Judgo looks well.
An important mooting of tho
stockholders of tho Oahu Railwaj
and Land Company is called for
Tuesday next at 11 a. m.
Dr. Baldwin, whoso death in Cali
fornia is announced, was in practice
horo a few mouths ago, having his
office with Dr. McWayno.
There will bo a wedding soon, tho
bridegroom having arrived on tho
Australia. Tho delay of tho steam
er's arrival caused groat anxioty to
G. P. Waahila has been appointed
pound master at Kailua, al3o the
third member of tho Fences Com
mission for tho district of North
Tho export of barloy from San
Francisco to Honolulu last month
was 15,399 centals; for tho eleven
months to tho Hawaiian Islands,
Apua ploadod guilty in tho Polico
Court this morning to assault and
battery on a woman and was sen
tenced, to imprisonment at hard
labor 10 days and pay $3 costs.
H. B. M. S. Daphno will loavo to
morrow for Fiji. Hor officers and
men have enjoyed themselves to
thoir hearts' content during their
short stay hero. Come again, Daphne.
Tho assumpsit suit of Rupprecht
vs. D. M. Crowley will como up bo
fore Judgo Bickorton to-morrow.
Tho suit is in connection with tho
presentation of tho play, "Tho Woo
ing of Kaala."
Tenders are invited for tho supply
and delivery at tho Bishop Musoum
of 150 barrels of best quality lime
aud 250 barrrols of best quality
cement as shall bo wanted within
tho next throo mouths.
Tho following items are from tho
San Francisco Chronicle of Doc. 17:
Tho British steamer Zambesi, pre
viously reported as having boon
damaged in a collision with a coast
ing scnoonor in Yoddo bay and run
ashore to snvo hor from sinkiug, suc
ceeded in having temporary repairs
made, and reached Yokohama yes
terday. Tho Zambosi is tho steamer
that merchants at Victoria, B. C,
oxpoct to run on thoir now lino to
Tho sailing date of tho steamer
Alameda for New Zealand and Aus
tralia has boon postponed from Jan
uary 6th to the 9th, owing to tho
English mails crossing tho Atlantic
in a slow stoamer.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a public concert this evening
at Makoo Island, Waikiki, beginning
nt 7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram: PAIIT 1.
March The Dudes
Cornet Polka Love's Serenade
Solo by V. Aylett.
Three Native Songs,
Potor Quiun, charged with maim
ing, was brought up in tho Polico
Court this morning and, at tho re
quest of tho prosecution, tho caso
was remanded until Saturday. W.
R. Castlo will defend Quinn.
Another Chinoso funeral took
place 3ostorday afternoon accom
panied with tho usual coremonies,
such as tho burning of fire sticks
and crackers and the scattering of
nco paper to scare oil evil spirits.
William Foster has boon rocom
missionod as Polico Justice of Hono
lulu. It is understood ho only re
sumes tho office temporarily, whether
ho receives tho appointment to ono
of tho now Circuit Judgeships or
Next Saturday oroning Low, of
75 Fort stroot, will give away without
resorvo ono embroidered dross pat
torn and ono doll. Tho donation
party will commouco at 7 o'clock in
tho evening and all interested aro
invited to bo prosont.
Mary O'Noil McGregor, sister of
Capt. Alox. McGregor, died near St.
Louis College yostorda3' afternoon,
aftor a lingering illness. Miss Mc
Gregor was about 28 years of ago,
aud was well liked by hor many as
sociates. The funeral took placo
this afternoon from tho Catholic
Medtey Red Hot.
hantasiu Awakeninir of tho Liou.Kontzky
naui Aiicr uiu nan. . . ,
Tho Sulvation Army Patrol
Mr. J. O. Boswoll, one of tho best
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Toxas? suffered with
diarrhoea for a long time and tried
mauy different roinodios without
benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrluua Remedy was
usod; that relieved him ut once. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., AgontH for the Htiwaiiuu Isl-auuu,
A native woman named Kahoo
kano was committed to tho Insane
Asylum this, morning by Judgo Fos
ter. Tho woman asked admittance
to tho Lunalilo Homo on Saturday
last and iu tho evening became vio
lent. It appoars that ICahookauo
had been made to work iu a taro
patch by another woman at Manoa
ond afterward was turned adrift.
Francis G. L. Harden called at
tho Bulletin office, undor tho escort
of o policeman, to say ho was "out"
and would loavo for Fiji by tho
British warship Daphno to-morrow.
Harden managed to make a good
deal of innocuous noibe iu his few
months here, finally getting himself
banished as the alternative of prose
cution for challenging the foreign
editor of the Holomua to light a
James G. Blaino is in o dying con
dition at his residence in Washing
ton. Tho freshmen classes of Yale Uni
versity havo boon prohibited from
taking part in aii3r intor-collegiato
baseball game during tho coming
session. This is to punish thorn for
tho disturbance they made in the
Now Havon oporn houso at a cele
bration of tho successful football
Thoro was a rush for the first 50,
000 World's Fair half-dollar souvonir
coins received in Chicago. Tho sup
ply would onby satisfy 431 orders out
of 0000 received.
Duiburow of Illinois has intro
duced a resolution iu tho Houso to
repeal tho roligious legislation per
taining to tho World's Fair, and
leave the matter of Sunda3 observa
tion to within tho power of tho ex
Bodies of Homestead mill workers
who died undor suspicious circum
stances will bo disinterred and ex
amined for evidence of noisonimr.
Patrick Gallaghor and J. M. David
son, confessedly poisoners of non
union stool-workers, aro awaiting
Aftor a semi-panic on tho Now
York Stock Exchange, money is re
ported oasior with foars regarding
gold export quieted.
Socretar3' Foster has renewed his
polic3 of stocking up tho troasur3'
with gold to make up for tho hoovj
drafts from abroad. Ho offors in
ducements to baukors all over tho
county to exchango their gold for
any kind of currency thov desire.
A judgmont against tho whisky
trust in Chicago will, if sustained,
deprive tho trust of .?15,000,000 of
It transpires that Mgr. Satolli has
power from Rome to decide without
appeal quostions ponding botwoon
tho bishops and tho priosts in tho
United States. A "high church
authorit3-" makes a statement in
cluding tho following words, "Tho
Holy Seo approves entirety tho pro
ceedings of tho American bishops
who seek to draw closer church and
stato, tho republic and religion."
Alexander Russell Webb latoby re
signed the offico of United States
Consul at Manila to preach Islamism
iu his own country. Ho was last
hoard of soliciting contributions in
Hyderabad for his mission, and had
secured thoro and elsowhore ,?2(5.()00.
Tho 11101103 W'H ue usd to establish
Islamite nowapnporn icl lcv,turo
courses in American cities. Wobb
will also publish a now version of
A Washington special to tho
Chronicle sa3'8 tho Democratic lead
ers are alroad3' preparing to attack
tho sugar bount3 and tho steamship
subsidies. Rep. Catchings said in
answer to a question that tho sugar
bounty was subject to ropoal liko
any ordinal law. Tho Supremo
Court had 3'oars ago decided tho
question in tho caso of a bount3r on
salt passed by tho Legislature of
Michigan, when salt wells wore dis
covered in that Stato, which was re
pealed alter a largo amount 01 capi
tal had been attracted to tho indus
tr3'. Ho said ho favored tho ropoal
of tho bounty, but in its stoad want
ed a tariff placed on sugar.
secretary osior tiunks it a grave
mistake to assume that tho Brussels
monotar3' conforonco will prove to
bo a failure. Tho taking of a recess
was expected by the administration
when tho Amoricar delegates loft
homo. Rothschild's proposition and
declaration wore hopeful as an indi
cation that the prominent bankers
of tho world felt tho necossit3' of an
agrooment tonding to approximate
uniformit3 tho world over in dealing
with tho question.
John F. Durham, Minister to
Haj'ti, homo on loavo of absence, is
to bo sent back to Port-au-Princo
without dola3- on tho warship At
lanta, to investigate tho facts attend
ing tho arrest and imprisonment of
Frederick Novs, a respectablo Amer
ican merchant of that city.
A bill has boon roportod favorabty
to tho Senate, providing for tho re
tirement of Judgo H. P. Doad3, of tho
U. S. Circuit Court of Oregon. Ill
health is the cause. (Judge Dead3'
visited tho Hawaiian Islands not
Senator Palmor mado a snooeh at
tacking tho anti-option bill, for tho
prevention of stock-gambling, hold
ing it was an unlawful interference
of tho Federal power iu Stato mat
ters. Gambling iu tho States would
never bo prohibited ly Fedoral
action, but the Democratic party
would endeavor to suppress Mich
vices by Stato action.
Tho ostato of tho lato John G.
Whittior amounts to $131,000.
rresulont Harrison alter Ins rotiro
mont will become a non-resident
professor of Stanford Univers',
Cul., delivering an annual couno of
lectures on law. Ho will purbuo his
law practico at Indianapolis and visit
tho Pacilio Coast ouco a yoar.
scAnciiiNo ron millions.
Thoro is much excitement iu the
Cit3' of Mexico over a search that is
being conducted by Ignacio dollosa,
rt wealthy Spaniard, and a company
of other local business mon in tho
little town of Topozottan, noar thoro,
for .121,000,000 in gold that, accord
ing to a tradition supported by docu
ments in tho compan3-'s possossion.
lies buried in the old cathedral of
About two months ago a Jesuit
named Pierro Aguirro arrivod at
Vera Cruz from Franco. Ho pro
ceeded immediately to this city and
to a fow intiinato frionds divulged
tho object of his visit. Ho stated
that ho had a plan of tho subterran
ean vaults of the old Topozottan
church and that ho was malting ar
rangements to explore for hidden
wealth. According to the story tho
Josuits who had chargo of tho Topo
zottan proporty during tho seven
teenth ana eighteenth centuries
acquired treasure to tho amount of
$25,000,000. Just boforo the close
of the eighteenth contu all tho
Josuits wore banished from Mexico.
Tho moinbors of tho order at Topo
zottan managed to got out of tho
country with $0,500,00(1. Tho re
maining $21,500,000 was buried in
tho church. Aguirro claimed that
his information concerning tho treas
ure and tho plans came from an old
Jesuit father now living in Paris.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRAL1A," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
THE AUSTRALIA ARRIVES.
of Hor Delay
104 Fort St.
3XTe-w-1 3NTo"vel I Inexpensive I
A largo number of people assem
bled at tho Oceanic dock at noon
to-da3 to witness tho arrival of tho
S. S. Australia and learn the causo
of her dolay. When the stoamer was
noaring tho dock enquiries wore
made as to tho cause, when sovoral
replied, "Rough weatherl" Her for
ward part looked rust3, tho paint
being worn off in sovoral places.
The pilot houso seemed to have
come in for a share of rough usage
Tho S. S. Australia left San Fran
cisco in command of Captain H. C.
rloiullotto on December 21, 1S)2, at
2 p.m., with JJo cabin and 1( steerage
passengers and -17 bags mails. Ex
perienced ver3- strong southerly
gales with high confused and tumul
tuous seas, shipping considerable
heavy seas on board at times, until
about midnight of tho 2olh iust.,
when tho weather gradually moder
ated. Thonco to port oncountorod
favorablo weather, arriving on tho
29th at 12 noon. Tho Australia was
sighted about 9 o'clock this morn
ing and was seen to crawl along
slowly, causing people to think that
some of hor machine' had broken
down. On tho trip up sho oncoun
torod rough weather and was nearly
eight da3'3 making tho passago, ow
ing to sovont3--two hours of continu
ous gales and high soas. Sea aftor
sea nroko over the steamer in a
hurricane mot tho second day out
from Honolulu. Charles Honr3-, tho
mew I'Jf", "Tno ritiucU ly a Lig wave
while on deck and washed into tho
loo scuppers, from which ho was res
cued bj' a couple of sailors. Tho
boy's scalp was cut and his face bad
ly lacerated. Dr. Soulo, tho surgeon
of tho stoamer, dressed tho injuries.
During tho storm none of tho pas
songors wore allowed on deck.
Tho Chronicle sa3-s. "Tho Austra
lia has boon as regular as a ferry
boat for a couplo of 3ears, and this
is tho first time since sho has been
running to the Hawaiian Islands
that sho has not boon tied up to tho
dock tho morning sho was duo.
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gjJTCALL AT SACHS.
For Molal, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet and Municuio
For Fancy Silk, Ilundpainted, Jeweled and Embroidered Chair Drapes
F01 Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Sideboard CoveiB and Rope Floss
For Novelties in Handprinted Funs and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand Bigs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and tJent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Cbildron'b Cashmere and Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Moujuelairc Kid Gloves, tan shaded; reduced to $1,00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs anil Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 00c
1.00, $1.25 and )?l.oO per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Bebt value ever offered) at 20c, 25c. and !5.r)c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their belections eLewhure. JCS
Tr.SDKItS WAN'IT.I) 11Y SATURDAY.
Hist iust., for the supply and delivery
nt the Itishop Mu-euin in lots ic xhall ho
ordered within tho nevt three month":
ISO HarreN He-t Quality I.inie.
250 IlnrreN Itest Quality Cement (White'.
Full Weight preferred.)
Terms Cash. The lowest or un tender
not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be
n,ldri.sse.l to ' S. M. DAMON.
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
tho Docket for
Oahu Railway it Land Co.
Governor Markham of California
has appointed tho widow of Halph
Sidney Smith a notary public, tho
first woman notary iu San Francisco.
A. J. Cluuio, the Democratic politi
cian, gouerously resigned to make a
position for hor, and there was a
numerously signed petition pre
sented to tho Governor in her be
half. Smith was odilor of the Satur
day Press iu Honolulu, aud after
that pajior's extinction went to Hed
wood City, C'al. ilo was) shot to
death thoro by Dr. Powell, a dentist
whom he had scored in his paper for
alleged extortion 011 a poor woman
l'owell was nover hanged.
rniu: vi:kkiy ium.mctin-'js col
X. uiiiiia o( InturtiHtlug KeudliiK Mutter.
1 luUmls,!; mailed to (orulyn uouutrieti,
Owing chiefly to the inability of
the lawyors to bo up to tiuio with
thoir cases, a largo arrearage of busi
ness has accumulated on the docket
of the Intermediary Court of Oahu.
This is a branch of tho Supremo
Court, corresponding in jurisdiction
to tho Circuit Courts on the othor
islands out of term. As tho Su
premo Court will become puroly a
court of appoal at the beginning of
18!)3. an ollort is boing made to clear
off the Intermediary Court calendar.
For this purpose Chiof Justice Judd
and First Associate Justice Uickor
tou aro hearing casos simultaneous
ly. IJesults thus far are reported
Before Bickorton, J.:
Tahupiula vs. W. S. Wond. As
sumpsit. Kahookauo for plaintiff;
Deputy Attorney-General Wilder
for defendant. Judgment for de
fendant. V. Lainaholo et al. vs. S. K. Kiln.
Replevin. Appeal from Police Court.
1. AL Kanonkua for plaintiff-appellant;
A. Rosa for defendant. Ap
II. W. Schmidt & Sons vs. John
Young. Assumpsit. Plaintiffs ap
peal from Police Court. Magoon
for plaintiff; Ashford for defendant.
Still on at noon to-day.
Before Judd, C J.:
Wnilua vs. Akana. Defendant's
appoal from Polico Court of Koolau
poko. Nawahi for plaintiff; C.
Brown for dufondant. Dismissed
for want of jurisdiction.
K, Kamakaala vs. Akaua. Defend
ant's appeal from same court as last
iiiontiouod, same counsel eugagod
aud same result,
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
rpilK l'OSTI'ONKD MKKTING
JL ol the Kentish Thlstlu Club
for the Annual hleetiou of Olllco
lleureru will bo held on FHIDAY K
imj, tiiu ann nut., at 7-,w o'ciouk.
-uikki: will 111: a si'i:ciai, mi:i:t-
ini! of the .Stockholders of the Oahu
Railway .1 I.aud Comnnnv held at thu
Chumhcr of Commerce, in Honolulu,
On TUESDAY, Jan. 3, 1893,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M
To consider the question of inerennine; tho
Imsuc of New llonds, authorized at the
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. ZBeeLixtifu-l Doll
Will also be given away at the same time ;
buy Goods to the amount of Three Dollars,
and you Avill have the chance to get these
&- Otju? Stock, of
meeting of Stockholders
inc. w. u
Honolulu, Dec. -J,
held on Nov. 0,
rosldenoo of the under-
bigned a LurKu illuek flur
uiaii'iired Dou: white marks
on forehead, forefoot and tiiiuiiail. In
formation, leading to recovery, left at thin
oflli'u or at thu olllco of Moksfm. K. A.
hehaefur A. Co., will obtain ubovu rewurd,
tua-st AUd. dui:u:h.
LEWEH.S & COOKE,
lllU'OUTKK) AMI DKU.MW IK LllMIIKlt AMI
All. KI.Mlh Of lllUI.IUMI MATKlllAlJf,
Kurt Btruet, Honolulu,
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolts, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Kodaks I Christmas
- - IS .NOT qi'iti: i:xhausti:i)
Prices from $7,00 -to $75.QO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tin: ai KruAMBini
A TTCii I iu. A T .T A N
WILL LKAVi: HONOLULU
toil TIIK AIHIV1. roitr O.N I
Wednesday, January 4th,
Tho undernlKiied aro now irm.irtil to
Isiuu Through Tickets from this uity to all
IKiluta In thu United btato.
Tor further particulars rcgardlii),' l'rulj;ht
or l'atiaKu "I'l'ly lu
Wni. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
U1141 (Jeimrul Auvutv.
IB. IE EHLBBS Sc CO.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
2 Japanese Silk and Crepes, al very low prices, '
T2" Glove and Handkerchief lloxcs, Toilet and Manicure Sels,
Work Boxes, Dolls, lilc, lite, all told rcijardlcss of cost. ,
j$35" Ladies' and Misses' TtiUor'inude Jackets, from $3 up,
S3 Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at iour own priie.
$,W Fans, Hosiery uud Handkerchiefs in yroat varieti.
IU" Dre&siuaUnu Undor tho Management oi MISS K. CLARK. Jii