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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
l-MIOM AND AFTER OCTOllEU 1. 18'iJ
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Siuiiluys (ixci'ptpil. t Patiinliij s only.
The steam whaler Navnrch, Cniitain W.
B. Kllli, arrived yciti-nlny from New lied
ford mid docked near the I'acilio Mnildouk.
The Navareh a u trim looking craft, mid is
on her Arst vojauo. On tlio ims-atfe lic
made snvornl catches with tho result that
sho has on hoard 300 itounds Hpcrni oil, 100
1)01111(11 whale oil and 700 pounds hone.
Tho American hark Eoltpo, Captain
lVteron, will leave this afternoon for Ban
Krancisco w Ith one of tho InrKust, cargoes
ever taken out of thin port by u sailing
vessel, vi., 12,1)17 hags sugar, weighing in
tho aggregate o,"07,7ir pounds, and valued
at $ntl,3r).M)l, shipped as follows: UJ,i'
hags, ('. llrower it Co.; 4 Kit) hags, V. A.
Bchaufer A Co. ; 1707 hags, Castlo it Cooke:
10,811 hags, T. H. Davies it Co. The
Eclipsa is drawing over twenty-three feet
of water aft.
JEKKEUY At (iueun's, Hospital, Hono
lulu, March l'J, IK') I, Edwin .lames
.Idler), Stall' Engineer, 11 11 M S Gar
net, aged i years.
Extracts Jowolry' from a Drawer in
tho IXL Store.
AN INSURANCE DECISION.
Taken as a Boer-Drinkor and Died
of Dolirium Tremorm.
Tldos, Sun and Moon.
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New moon on the 17th at Oh. 2m. p. m.
Time Whistle lilous at 111 23m. .Sis. p m. of
Honolulu time, -which h tho sumo us till. Om.
lis. of litcenwlih tune.
IBB DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MAKCH 13, 18j:i.
Sukiivy, March 12.
Stmr Claudine from Maui
Stinr Mikuhala fioin Kauai
Htmr Mokolii from Molokui
Btmr Wuiinanalo from Maui and Molokui
hi'hr Ka Mni for Hamakua
bohr Mille Moiris for Koolaii
Momia, March 1 !.
Am solir Transit, Jorgensen, 15 days from
Am hgtue W (1 Irwin, McCulloch, i:5das
f loin S.in Kianci-co
Momiw, liaruli 13.
km ship Kelipse, Peterson, for ban Fran
eieo fatmr .lamesMakeo for Hanalei anil Hana-
maulu at 4 p m
Stmr Hawaii fo'r Hakalau and Hononiu
fetnir J A Cummiiis for Koolau
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p in
btnir lwalam for Makaweli
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
BtiiirAVuinmnalo for Molokui and Maui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W (J Hall for Mam and Hawaii
Stmr Mik.ih.iU for Kauai ut 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Sclir Ka Jloi 3000 hags sugar.
Stmr C It liishop V1J.Z hags sugar and 112
Stmr Mikaliala W44 hags sugar, 10 bdls
hides, ISO pkgs sundries,
btnir Clmidiiie dOuo hugs sugar, '225 hags
corn, 72 bags potatoes, 52 head caltic,
'J horses, '2,J hogs and 0(1 pkgs sundries.
Krom Kauai, per stmr Mikuhala,' March
12 Hon 1' P Kano.i, .1 A Scott and w ife, S
K Kaco, iliss jolinsun, -Miss i) liourke,
isob.iuln, let bmg anil 12 deck.
Krom Maui, per stmr Claudine, Marcli 12
Mrs K It Auerhach, 2 children ami ser
iint,Missll Whitney.Mrs.l H S Kaleo, .1 P
Hjlva ami wife, W 11 Cornwell, L M Vetle
sen, V K Kobiu-on, J Dow, Sum Sing and
II. B. M. S. Gamut will
morrow fur Esquimau.
Au important notice to tho Firo
1'olico CoiiiiNiny appears to-day.
A native was arrested vestorday
tor belling liquor without license.
A draft for $."0 has been lost, and
tho finder may leave it at this ollieo.
The band will give its usual wools -ly
concert at Emma Squaro this
Tho Scottish Thistle Club meets
to-uight. A full attendance is re
quested. There are homo fine animal stu
dies on view in the Pacific Hardware
Tho tug-of-war tournament pro
mises to bo the event of tho reason.
It will open on Saturday oening.
E-Captain of Police William Lar
son has entered two shoreboats in
tho passenger-carrying boat trallic.
Tho revocation of commissions of
special police by the Marshal rofois
to those hearing date previous to
Tho Civil Right,.! League hold a
meeting at tho residence of Mr. A.
Rosa, Punchbowl streot, on Satur
Frank Leslie's Weekly for March
2 has a strong article against the
annexation of those islands to the
Work was commenced this morn
ing on tho platform to be used in
tho coming tug-of-war tournament.
It will bo ready for practice in a day
"Wally" Dais has not been ap
pointed a Custorus gnaid, tho Adver
tiser's "news" to tho contraiy not
withstanding. Ho only got a little
A Chiiwjso hack driver was fined
SI this morniui' for leaving his hack
at tho morry-go-round without a
care-taker, while he was flitting with
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, fiesh northeast. Steam
whalei.s Belvidore, AVilliatn, Btnliss,
California, Andrew Hicks and Alice
Knoivlos off poit.
Four young natho bojs wete
brought to the Police Station on
Satuulay afternoon charged with
having committed petty larcenies
for the past week.
Tho Hawaii baseball and a team
from tho U. S. F. S. Mohican will
play a practice game of baseball at
tho League ground on Saturday af
ternoon at ii o'clock.
Tho Board of Health failed to
elect a President at its meeting last
Friday. It adjourned for one week.
None of tho membor.s are anxious
for the honors of tho chair.
Everybody knows Chips alias H.
Schricbor, tho man who shot his own
shadow in tho Uovornmont muidiiig
yard, and was later arrested on a
charge of maliciously destroying a i
boat boloninnir to G. Becklev. On I
that charge ho was acquitted, but ! ol
ho still maintains to this day that N
the shadow ho snot at was tnat ol
Well, Chips entered S. Lederei's
IXL store, corner Nuuanti and King
streets, on Saturday afternoon about
5:30 o'clock and asked for a fifty
cent straw hat on credit. Mr.
Lodeier gave him the hat, anil left a
native boy in charge of the store,
while ho wont to his evening repast.
Chips hung around the place anil,
according to the native, was seen to
go to tho tlravvor and pull it out.
There were some cauls of jewel ly in
it which he extracted and put in hi.s
pocket. Tho native did not inter
fere but waited until Mr. Lederer
returned at (i o'clock, when ho told
him what had occurred. Chips was
standing on tho opposite side of tho
streot at tho time. Ho was called
over and was heaiohod, when the
jewelry was found in his pocket,
Captain Robert Parker being a wit
ness lo tho search. The jewelry
was valued at SH).
Chips was locked up and this
morning was given a hearing in the
District Court, f lien tho evidence as
reported was elicited. Defendant
did not say anything in his defense.
Sentence was suspended until Thurs
da' morning. He is charged with
larceny in tho fourth degree.
Men who carry life insurance will
bo interested in a decision rendered
in the United Slates cotut hero to
day by Judge George M. Carpenter.
The suit was brought by Thomas
McIIale, administrator of the estate
f Pat uck .1. Mcllule, against tho
Jew Yoik Equitable Life Assiuaiieo
Conumnv, to sectiio the value of a
SotKK) policy issued on Maich I,
Mr. McIIale died on Mai oh 2,
18!)1. When the poiiej was issued
tho agent of the company piopouml
od to him tho usual question tegartl
ing the uso of intoxicating liquors.
Air. Mclinlo said lie had no habit of
drinking, but took a glass ol beei
occasionally. The proof of death
filed at tho New York ollioo .stated
that the man died of exhaustion.
The Coroner's report was to the
effect that death was due todoliiium
1 1 emeus. Tho com pan v t of used to
pay the policy on the giound that
Mr. Mollalo'rt" statement at the time
of its issuance was unit lie. The
plaintiff claimed that the deceased
was not an habitual drinker at the
time the policy was iMicd, but the
Judge would not allow evidence to
hhow this to bo pieenle 1.
He declared that the statement
made to the company bv Mr. Mc
IIale was equivalent to a denial of
tho use of any intoxicants except
ing beer. Hence ho claimed that
the defense had boon guilty of false
statements, and he ditectetl the jury
to bring in a verdict for tlio corpora
tion. An aupoal was taken. I'rovi
drnci' Spri'ittt to X?w Vnrk Timvs.
3STO-W OFEOST .A.T
N. S. SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
3ST E W LACES!
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A 1'lNi: ASKlUrMI.M' Ol
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
THE SOCIAL WORLD.
The Misses Nickolsen Entertain
Their Friends at Makaweli.
A very pleasant party was given
by tho Misses Nickolsen at Makaweli
on Saturday, Marcli Uh, on tho occa
sion of the house warming tit their
residence. Rockv Kent, Happy Val-
lov. The residence was tastefully .
deeoiatod with ferns and evergreens, '
tho launi boinsr aNo illuminated with ,
Chinese lanterns. Nothing w its left
undone by the young ladies, who
personally superintended tho de
corations, to make tho place inviting '
and comfortable. Tlio invited guests
an ived early and joined in heaitily i
with the young hostesses to make
tho affair an enjoyable and success-I
ful one. Dancing was indulged in1
to music by Mr. Turner's Waimoa '
band, and was kept up with zest till i
a lato hour. The house wanning
was termed by all piesent a success
in ((very way. i
The following gue-its were witer- j
tained by tho Misses Niekelsou:
Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Center, Miss '
L. Center, Mr. and Mrs. l'eny, Mi-s
Porr-, Mr and Mis. Under, Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas-,, Master U. Douglass,
Mr. and Mr-.. Palmer, Mr. IJailoy,
Miss Bailey, Mr. and Mis. Hofg.iard,
Miss Fianka and Laura Nickel-on,
Messrs. .1. O. Nickolsen, .1. .Simpson,
.1. Scott, O. Mahit, J. Moaois, 12.
Omsted, C. Lindoi, L. ZutiiAalt, II.
Walker, Capt. Peter-on, C. I'ringle.
Death of a Naval Oflicor.
Edwin .lames Joffory, staff en
gineer of II. B. M. S. Ciarnet, died tit
tho Queen's Hospital Sunday morn
ing at 7 o'clock. Ho had been sont
to tho hospital on the 1st iiwt. Ho
had an attack or malarial lever on
Feb. tilth, shortly altet anival here.
j Mr. .lottery was about 12 jears of
' age and has been in the naval ser
I vice over twenty-one .veard. He wa
commissioned stall engineer of the
Garnet on Nov. 1st, lh'.KI, ami joined
I tho warship at Malta. He leaves a
wife and family at Plymouth, Kng
I land. The ftineial took place from
tho Queen's Hospital at II o'clock
this iif lei noon, and was accorded
full naval honors. The local baud
I and the band of tho U.S. Ilagship
I Mohican and representatives from
other vvarMnps in port auetidoil the
New Spring Dress Materials !
ni:v ritin:i:i mtm.ivs oik. mmi a. ciiAMiutirs,
Xi:V riil.M H l.l.-uol, i HAlI.l.l.s, dirk uroiim! clliot-,
wiuri:.v. I'ltiM'i.i) i.iNT.v .v. litiMi i,awx,
m: i ui ion ruM.i:i:s ,v wi ru.v eitAWh.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USS Runner, from ban Viuncisio
U 8 ti Adams, from ban I'lanuNco
11 11 M b Hyitulnthe from Jiiuimult
11 It SI 8 Hoval Aitliur from Knu'land
II 1! M b Tumeraiii! f om Kngliind
Am bktne lnuirard from bun Kranciseodiie
Am bUtno Planter, Dow, from San Fran-
oi -on, duo March '21
Am bk S (' Allen from San 1'ranoisoo, dne
Am Alice Cooke from Newcastle, N b' W,
due Muroh 25
Am -l-imisti(l sclir I.j man O 1'o-ter, Drjor,
from Newia-tle.'N H W
Am 1-mantcd -ohr I'uritaii, Warner, from
New i J-tlo, N S V
Am l-mstil M'hr Alice Cooke, l'euhallow,
fioiu Newia-tlo, N IS V
Am 1-m win Aliie Cooke, from Newcastle,
N b W, Man h '25-.5U
Am 1-m oelir Ulga, from Newcastle, N H W,
Am 1-m KiiiKCirus, from Nuweasttle, N S
V, Aj.ril Ji-Jn
Am 1-m liktno W It Hume, from New
castle, N is V, Anril J.VliU
Itr hk llaiii-boroui'li, from Newcastle, NB
V, April a-i-JMi
I!k I.ainoriut, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
April 2') ,!U
Ilk Amv Tiirnor, from IloHtou, due Mav
Mis hkt Morning btar fiom Micronesia,
due May 21
Ilr ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S V
(iei likt Amelia from l'ort Townsend
A now lauding has been built for
shore boats on the I2wa side of the
old landing. Tho old landing will
bo restricted to the uso of boats and
launches from the U. S. war vessels.
If 3'ou want a "love of a bonnet"
go to tho store of N. S. Sachs, Foit
street, where lino Eastor millinery
has just been opened. Head his
adveitisement for a list of some of
tho gaj' novelties for tho season.
Vessols in Port.
1 J M fi Koii-ko,
JI I J M h Nuuiwa, Togo, from Japan
11 II M b (linnet fiom Alcapulio
II b H Allium u, WliitiiiK, fiom bauioa
U b K b Moliium fniiii han Krnnt'iM-o
U S b llo-ton, Wlltxe, from Hilo
K H Mlike Maril from Yokohama,
Am bk Hcsptr, bodeiureu, fiom Newcas
tle, N KV
Am 4-mnsti'il M'hr l.obt Boiirles, l'ult,
from Nuwca-tlu, N b S'
Am hk ('e)lim, Culliouu, from Ban Fran
cisco Am lil.tne Disioveiy, McNeill, from ban
Am mjIit .loliii ; l'orlcr. Mover, from ban
Am hktiui b N Castle, Ilulihari), from bun
llr l-nia-teil M'hr Tacora, Tlioruton, from
Ooi hk II liackfelil, HilKcrloh, from .iver-
Haw hk It I' Itithet, Morrison, from bun
'I'he four-iim-led k hooiier Transit, ( up.
ttilii.iliguiMM, uniwil thin iiioriiui),'. hi
iluyn from ban I'iiiiicim'ii with u umieral
carijii, and (linked at llrcucr's wliarl. I up.
tain Jor);eii-eii icpurts fiivuruhlu weather
mid ii pleasant trip, the wind mid tide heing
iptllii the reverkii to what lie nxpuricuicd
Ull jilevioiia trips.
A horse attached to a dray ran
away from the Union Feed Co.'s
store this morning and was stopped
by Frank Forroira in front of Gon
salvos A: Co.'s store. This is Frank's
2(ith runaway catch.
An alarm of lire was rung at four
o'clock this afternoon. It happened
to bo it small blae at the residence
of Captitiu Babcock near the now
baseball grounds, and was otiu
guished without tlio aid of the de
Harry Juen, a former captain of
police, has been reinstated by Mar
shal Ashley on a similar commission,
succeeding Captain A. Mctiurii of
the scond watch. Turnkey Win.
Hickey has boon dismissed and
Charles Flagg appointed in his
Phil. Taylor and Williams, who
were landed hero from the S. S. Aus
tialia as stowaways, have opened a
photograph gallery on Nuuanu
slreet. What's wrong with that act
prohibiting the lauding of stow
avvavs at Honolulu, or any port of
the 'Hawaiian Islands
Daniel Davis endeavored to put
an intruder out of his room at Capo
Horn on Saturday night, and as
both weie more or less intoxicated
thev rolled on the iloor. While roll
ing during which the intruder was
cut on tho head. Ho claimed that
Davis assaulted him, consequent 1
tho latter vvas.ariested. This morn
ing in the District Court Davis was
sentenced to p;i) a tine of 7.
Hugh Logan, a seaman on the 1
masled schooner Hobert Similes, ly
ing near the Fishmarkot wharf, was
dischtuged from that ve e on Satur
day morning. He tot uracil on boaid
,-ibout II o'clock in the evening under
Hie iiillueiice of liquor and tell into
itn altercation uiih the mate, .1.
h'all, wlioin he linallv siiuck. Tlio
bailor was arrested and thi- morning
was lined j Magistrate Foster for
,'nin unruly conduct.'
Ho Walks Into a Room and Appro
priates a Fair of Pant3.
A uiiinaman named Ait voting en- t
toreil the room ol a lellow-country-inan
on Liliha street yesterday. The
Chinaman was a stranger to the in
habitant of the loom, but neverthe
less the intruder made him-elf at
homo. Ho picked up a pair of pants
valued at li which was ling on a
chair and stuck it under his blouse.
Tho owner watched the man's move
ments ami allowed him to go out in
to the road, when he called to an
other Chinaman who caught tho
thief as he was making ti ticks. Tho
thief was searched and the pants
were found where he was scon to
stow them, under his blouse. Ho was
escorted to the Stat ion, where ho was
charged with larceny.
young was tried in the District
Court this morning. He made a
statement in his own deleuso, not,
however, denying the theft, and he
was sentenced to sk months' im
prisonment at hard Labor.
Cruiso of Ghorardi's Squadron.
Mr. ,1. S. Mitchell, Pay Clerk 17 . S.
S. Sun Fianci-co, in a letter to a
fiiend in Honolulu, gives the ports
at which the squadron of Admiral
Gheraidi called: Acapulco and
Ma.atl.ni, M.0o; San .l-o and
Uuatamala ;sj, (Juat; Panama;
C.illao and lama, Peru; Valparaiso
and Santiago. Chili; Sandy Point,
the mo-t southern town in all
America; Stiaitsof Magellan; Monte
Video. Uruguav ; IJueno- A.v res; Island-,
of Harhaiiocs, Santa Lucia and
St. Thomas in the West Indies. For
two dajs on the American coast ex
perienced a toirible storm, arriving
on 21th of Febitiaiv at Hampton
Road-, iifter a lil.OOl) "miles ciui-o.
The Giand Lodge of I5elfa-t has
sent out a vehement manifesto
airainst Glad-tone's Home-rule bill.
The inanife-to demands either union
with Great Britain or a complete
sopaiatiou fiom Gieat Britain, and
mimes March 2d for the great union
ist demonstration iu I'lster Hall.
Mr. Sagrario of the Spanish Lega
tion at "Wa-hingtou litis been told
that this Government had no oflicial
in foriyat ion regarding concessions
made by San Domingo, and that
there was no ground for the intima
tion (hat the United States was in
to-.fering with San Domingo in anv
"Mii: wncKin niii.iiin'iN coi-
iniiiisoi Intcrestinn ICu.uliu j Malt, r
MliittiL 4 iiiii.l.. I in fi.riMtrn cniiiiiriu ",
A Little of Everything, Not Much of
John Einmeliith has been appoint
ed guaidiau of Eli .lone-, minor, on
tho resignation of Henry Smith.
Judge Cooper has approved tho
accounts to Dec. Ill, IH',12, of Ray
mond lieyes, guaidiau of the Ma
chado heirs. Receipts were -ll!):J;
expenditures, :?11S'.I.S2; balance,
A bill of exceptions to .ludge
Whiting's rule and order, in !. S.
Walker vs. A. P. Peterson et al., has
been filed by Chas. Croighlon, attor
ney for defendants.
C Spreekels vs. Geo, V. Maefar
lano came before .ludge Whiting
this forenoon, and the hearing was
adjourned till 2 p.m. The mutter
is one of the side is-ue- in the so
called million dollar suit.
A Visiting Lecturer.
Rev. D. V. Lucas preached witli
great acceptance twice iu Central
Union Chinch vestorday. He also
addros-od the (MO p. in. "meeting in
the Y. M. C. A. hall. This evening
Mr. Lucas will give a free lecture in
the Y. M. (J. A. hall; subject, "Those
Granshopiiors," It will be iu the in
terests of temperance, Mr. Lucas
was for years one of the mo-t pio
miiieut and popular .Methodist
preachers of Montieal. lie develop
ed so much abililv as i platfoim
speaker that he wa-induced lo take
up lecturing a- his specialty. Mr.
Lucas is bound to inteiest ami in
stinct all who heai him.
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. W'c can't force conviction in
to your head or med
icine into your
throat. We don't
want to. The money
is yours, and tne
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Stieet, Philadelphia, says;
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thiity yearsofageandofa naturally
deln-ate disposition. For five or six
yeais past she lias been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
became so bad at last
that she could not sit
down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cuied her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eit anything, and enjoy
it; and a- for 1 lyspepsia, she does not
know that r evi r had it " tt
DltAIT SO .Vl IN I'Wnr. Dl" All UN,
dald l.ilnic. Kauai, li h. iulMl,
for i 'l, seal to tlic ordci of Won 1 .il
II01111I11I11, has hceii lint, A the ' l
of mi value 10 "ii,i oilier, Hie lludei iwll
pli a-e letiiril Mime to tills ollii e. 1.7.1-lw
I'lHE POLICE NOTICE.
lioveillot Osbotlie of Wyoming
has vetoed the Item of I2,IH I 111 the
General Appiopiiatioii bill for the
Wyoming Stock C')iiiiii--ihii. The
aelmii is liual and practically abol
ishes t lie Stock Commission and the
ollieo of Stale Vutuiiuary Sin goon,
1.1. MKMMjitHui'Tiii: i.vti, run:
1'uliii- Coiiili.iliV are lii'lel.v lintlllKl
that all dues and line- liui-l lie iiiiid 011 or
hefore the I .ill of this moiiih (Man Ii) to
tin- uiider-lKiicd, ill Mr ,li I". Mur.tn's
Auetiuii Koolii, IjiH'i'ii hi f 1 (it, .Nnllliea
lions have been putuil to meiiilmrs in
.linear... II. ll.MITAUi;,
1 T.-i huurumrj.
Wo want to cull the attention
of our patrons to si novelty which,
from the favor it lias been re
ceived willi, we believe lias come
to stay and become an iudispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A siluucc al the cut above wi
show at once tlio superiority of
tjooils niitile 111 1 Din milliner over
those beretofote in voue.
Si'imvi:n's 1'ati:nt Elastic
Si:.vi Di:AWi:i!ri tire jnoviilcd
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insimjtion at t lit
inner and outer .seams, which
irives elasticity 111 movement.:
comfort in lit. The drawers, are
cut in figure outlines and a (lord
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The I'atp.nt Elastic Si:m,
which contains no i:in:iti:it, re
tains its sptiiigine-s and weals
longer than the other portion ol
the garment. It makes the
drawer- conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will aUo be found that these
1'ati:nt Ei.vsnc Seam Di:.wi:ith
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
gieat cat freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed iu the cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seam-, allow Hie transfor
mation ol the liguie as seen in
the po-ition, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
Wo have now a complete stock
of these goods ill all si.os, and
can lecoiniuend those made of
the material known its ".Ii:an"
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
cine to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tiie sun," but the
fellow who sttid that was all
wiong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something nuw in that line.
we have just
of, from the
niaiiufaeturei.s. It. consists of
Gati.e, lhilbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garment with WOOL skill
fully woven into the breast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body fiom cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods 011
account of the in Ration some
times fell, the-e minds will be a
great boon, as, while I bey will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
et mg of wool. Fiom the many
-oiitiuienls ol approval we have
lieaid legarding tlie-e goods we
believe them to be a good thing
for our cliiiiu'c, and have placed
our aiders foi a full stock,
which will be oil sale in about
To au person desiring lo see
tin' satiipli - which we have we
Will be pleased to show tlielll
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: have tin: vi:i:y la its r i
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings !
ALhO A SEW Li U' or TIIE
DELINE I) LACK STOCKINGS
fgf Tlie-e an
II ft .
20 lbs. W
l(Cllw J Oj for baby
i w r w
Color and will not Crock they are i.roiiouiicvd
Your doctor ' n,b'
will tell you Our Store ail(
it is the Samim.i: of tl
r1 Yon are ivspcet
req nested to call at
Pure Milk Food!
A iliinty new book, The Baby, b the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
And requires onlv t
lion of Water to
pare it for use
Large Packages 50 Cls
HOLLISTEE, & CO..
THOMAS LnCMINfl & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Fort Street, - - - HCortolu.loa, TL.
The latest yet,
Cummins1 Block., Fort Stroet,
Leather Belting k Lace Leather
OK VIIIiY SUPEISIOli QUALITY. AN INYOICUOK
IRON AND rRASS SCREWS
'in (ompli:te opu lini: or .si.i:.s.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
0-le.nt Nail Fullei'a, Xjo-x'iat. Swlvols,
Turner's Snips and Sliears,
Awls ctncl Tools, 0-a.rclon Trowols,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IE EBCLEE,S &c GO-
S3 FORT STR.E3E3T
- AI'l'EU TAIilSU HI'Ollv ALL KINDs or
Curtains iu White, Cream and Colored !
At lull tin fiirini r ut.
Velvet cSc Smyrna Hugs
In all mei jjn.illj n.lnu.l
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
"Ill in I i ullrr Ilium H-r llariiltn- in nil )ii.irlini iit
tff Drossiuakliii) Undor lite Manaaemont ol MISS K. 0LAHK.
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month '