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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl City...
Arrlvo Ewa Mil
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave 1'earl City 0:65 11:15
Arrive Honolulu.. ..'7:30 11:65
A. Saturdays only.
O. Bundaya excepted.
D. Saturdays oxecptod.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY. O. J. LYONS.
0 46' 2 19
6 45 3 18
6 45 I 24
2 38 B 30
3 25 2 50
4 25 S SO
5 20 4 30
5 20! 6 45 7 35
U 40 8 21
7 00.10 30
7 20 11 30
0 45 9 08
6 14 I 9 44
New Moon on tho 13th at ih. 16m. a. m.
Time Whlstlo blows at lb. 28m. 34s. li.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho samo as 12h. 0m.
Og. ot Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BOLLETIN.
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1893.
FntDAY, July 14.
Bohr Llhollho from Waimea
Bchr Mary E Foster from Kauai
Saturday, July 15.
Stmr Waialeale from Hamakua
Stmr Walmanalo from Koolau
Btmr C R Bishop from Kauai
Bttnr Kaala from Waianae and Walalua
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr O R Bishop for Hanamaula and Ka-
paa at 4 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 4 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr "Waialeale 3157 bags sugar,
bbls molasses, 6 bags coffee.
Per stmr O R Bishop 40G0 bags paddy, 60
bags rice and 13 pkgs sundries.
Per scfir Liholibo 80 bags sugar.
PerschrMary E Foster 1450 bags sugar.
From Kauai per stmr 0 R Bishop, July
16 Mr Ahrens and 3 deck.
From Hamakua per stmr Waialeale,
July 15 C Lutz, Mr Yadchi and 17 deck.
The stmr James Makee has had a new
bowsprit pat in hor.
The British bark Routenbock, Captain
Russel, did not leave until this morning
for Royal Roads, B. C. As her sails were
being run up this morning, the hawser on
her stern slipped off the pile and the ves
sel made an unexpected departure.
KOLOMOKU. At Kawaiahao, July 14,
1893, to the wife of Hiram Kolomoku,
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort Btreot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing returned from tho Coast, has re
sumed tho practice of his profession
at his old office on Hotel street.
Blue Ribbon Entertainment.
Tho second of the monthlv series
of blue ribbon entertain monts will
tako place at tho Y, M, O. A. hall at
7:80 this evening, As thoro will bo
no other attraction this evening and
no admission charge a full atten
dance should bo certain. The fol
lowing interesting program will bo
Reading V. O. Jones
Flute Bolo Mr. Barsottl
Bong Miss Lishman
General Secretary Y. M.
"My littlo boy was very bad off
for two months with diarrhoea, Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing douo
him any good until wo used Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholora and Diarr
hoea Remedy, which gave iinmodiato
reliof and soou cured him. I con
sider it tho beat medicine made and
cousoiontiously recommoud it to all
who nood a diarrhoea or colio modi
ciuo. J. E. Hare, Tronton, Tox. 25
and 50 centB bottloH for sale by all
doalors. BonBou, Smith & Co.,
ngonta for tho Hawaiian Islands.
rpilK WEEKLY 11ULLKTIN-28 COL
J. umna ol InUreitlng Reading Matter,
JiUndi,fi mailed to foreign oountrlei(tk
LOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
M. Goldberg is soiling out his
men's clothing at cost.
Study tho list of houses to lot that
appears in anothor column.
A gonuino oloaranco snlo in all
dopartmonts at M. Goldberg's.
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, V.
notico elsowhoro of his
( A. G. M. Bobortson
liconBod by tho Supremo
S,, has a
practices in ail tuo courts.
Sovoral dooisions of tho Supremo
Court will bo filod Monday. Ono is
in tho Star libel case.
Two dosortors from Kukaiau plan
tation!" a man and wife, woro ordered
to return this morning in tho Dis
A plentiful supply of pineapples
arrived on the steamer W. G. Hall
from windward yostorday. Thoy are
Tho Amateur Baseball League
will moot on Tuosday evening noxt
in tho Y. M. C. A. hall, to malio ar
rangomonts for tho coming season.
A danco is boing hold on board
tho U. S. S. Adams this afternoon.
Tho flagship band is furnishing the
Tho warehouse property between
Hyman Bros, and L. B. Kerr's stores
was bid in for $1000 at tho sale by
J. F. Morgan at noon to-day.
Tho Kamehamehas and Hawaiis
will meet on the diamond this after
noon, when a rattling good game is
expected. The P. G. band will bo
Two Chinese were fined $50 each
in the District Court this morning
for having opium unlawfully in pos
session. Malie (w.) for selling
opium was discharged.
Fort-street school will have its
closing exhibition on Friday noxt.
It will be in charge of Mr. J. Light
foot, as Frf. Scott leaves for tho
World's Fair next Wednesday.
A pair of No. 11 shoes were picked
up outside the gate of a residence
on the lower end of Queen street by
a police officer this morning. They
await the owner at the Police
Superintendent Jarratt has a gang
of workmen putting in new piles at
the Pacific mail dock, beginning at
the Waikiki end. The old piles were
rotten with age and swinging with
The "Dai Nippon" is the name of
the new Japanese fancy goods store
to bo opened on Monday, 17th ins.,
by Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco on Hotel
street, next door to the Palace Ice
The funeral of Privates Husberg,
McCabe and Anderson, of Co. A,
will take place from the Judiciary
building at z o clock to-morrow
afternoon, and will be attended with
Carl Willing denies the insult
that he has joined the P. G. brigade.
He says that if he does join, it will
be as Field-Marshal or Major-Gen-eral.
He doesn't want a common
Kapeka, the woman who assaulted
Dr. McWayne on Tuesday morning,
and was released from the Insano
Asylum as cured on Wednesday,
was arrested again last evening. She
had suffered a relapse.
Don't forget the auction sale by
L. J. Levey at the Arlington dining
room at 7 o'clock to-night. The
goods to be sold include thirty-nine
and a half tons of drapery imported
from Melbourne and Belfast.
Thos. P. Cummins and A. L. C.
Atkinson will leave about 5 o'clock
to-morrow morning to make a cirouit
of the island on wheels. The wheel
men expect to be in town again be
fore 5 o'clock in tho evening.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. will
receive by the S. N. Castle, to arrive
in a few days, a large assortment of
brass bird cages which will be sold
much below regular prices. Bead
their column advertisement to-day.
Tho vessel that signaled the S. S.
Australia, asking to be reported, on
the 18th inst., was the British ship
Blackbraes of London, 2116 tons,
Capt. McLood, from Newcastle, N.
S. W., for San Francisco. She was
42 days out when she signaled.
The local sports will give Nick
Barrowich a benefit on Monday night
at tho armory. Among those who
will assist will bo E. J. Norcott and
J. Turney of the U. S. S. Boston,
James Spencer and Nakuina, wrest
lers, and Antone Keumi, the man
with iron tho jaw.
Tho merchants of Honolulu held
a meeting ou Thursday and decided
to petition tuo Uovornment to make
a law prohibiting the sale of goods
at retail by unlicensed dealers. This
action is aimed at tho agents who
arrived latoly from the Colonies
with a largo invoice of goods, which
they offored at public auction.
Last night's band concert at
Emma Square was well attended.
Tho music was of a good quality,
abounding in French national airs.
Among the numbors that drow tho
greatest applauso was tho "Marseil
laise," which soundod grandly in tho
still evoning air. It may bo propor
to mention that the Government
voluntarily tendered tho concert to
Mons. Vizzavoua, to tako place at
his residouco in Emma street, but
tho CojnuiisBionor preforred to have
it in tho public square for tho gen
For a cut. bruiso, burn or scnld,
thoro in nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It bonis tho purtu
moro quickly than any othor appli
cation, and unions tho injury la vory
Hovoro, no scar Ih loft. For sale by
all daulors. Uoiiboh, Smith & Co.,
ngoutH for tho Hawaiian Islandu,
Subioribe or tU Daily HulUUn, 60
ctnti jw motilA,
GANG FORMED FOB MURDER.
Iiist of Persons to bo Assassinated
Tho Honolulu correspondent of
the San Francisco Bullotin, aftor
mentioning tho arrest of Walker,
Sinclair and Crick for conspiracy,
"Tho Government claims to havo
tho most comploto ovidouco against
tho alleged conspirators, and other
arrests aro anticipated.
"Tho following is an authontio list
of tho namos of thoso suspected of
boing ongagod in tho conspiracy:
Sam Parkor, half whito and ox-Minister
of Finance; John Cummins, na
tive and English; J. E. Bush, natiyo
and English; A. P. Potorson, Ameri
can and ox-Attorn ey-Gonorol; Chas.
Croighton, lawyer, English, but Am
erican born; Antono Rosa, lawyor,
Portuguoso and nativo; Dr. Foote,
American; Charles Wilson, ex-Marshal,
nativo and Tahitian; J. W.
Robertson, ox-Chamborlain, English;
John Bowlor, Irish-American, con
tractor and builder; E. B. Thomas.
English, stono mason; Jos. Tinker.
English, butcher; G. C. Konyon and
Edward Norrie, English editors of
tho Holomua newspaper; W. i.
Rickard, English mason; James
Campbell, Irish ranch owner, John
F. Colburn, ox-Miuister of tho Inter
ior, half whito, and W. H. Cornwall,
English, but American born."
In the samo letter tho correspond
ent furnishes the startling inform
ation given below:
"As an offset to this royalist plot
the annexationists have a little one
of their own, which is quite as dead
ly in its nature as that of the royal
ists. The citizens' reserve, which
now numbors between six and seven
hundred men, all armed with Spring
field rifles, and the annexation club,
most of whoso members belong to
the Reserve, play quite an import
ant part in this plot.
"In the event of a royalist out
break, certain prominent supporters
of the ex-Queen are marked for
slaughter, and even if tho men have
not been detailed to do the work,
there is a tacit understanding
among certain of the citizen sol
diers as to which man each is to
pick out and go for.
"A member of the Citizens' Re
servo has given to tho Associated
Press correspondent a list of names
of those Royalists who are to be
killed at the first sign of trouble. It
includes nearly all tho Royalist lead
ers and is as follows: Sam Parker,
V. V. Ashford, C. W. Ashford, John
Cummins, J. E. Bush, A. P. Peter
son, Charles Creighton, Antone Rosa,
Dr. Foote, Charles Wilson, J. W.
Robertson, C. O.. Bergor, John Bow
ler, E. B. Thomas, G. C. Kenyon, E.
Norrie, W.H. Rickard, James Camp
bell, John F. Colburn and W. H.
"It is said also that tho ex-Queen
and Claus Sprockets will be disposed
of, and some of tho extreme radicals
go so far as to say that if Minister
Blount interferes in any fight that
may occur he also will be shot
The distinguished patronage ac
corded to Mr. Geo. Lycurgus, the
enterprising host of Sans Souci, is
well deserved. Last night anothor
succoss was scored by the manner in
which a magnificent feast and ball
was served to the order of Prof.
Max Kauffman, who entertained his
friends in grand style. The tables
were laid out under tho supervision
of Mr. P. M. Lucas in a very artistic
manner. Bouquets and hanging leis
of fragrant maile and jasmine gave
a lovely effect to the scone. The
menu of fish, flesh and fowl, etc., was
thoroughly enjoyed by the guests of
After dinner, the company ad
journed to the largo dance hall,
which was illuminated for the occa
sion by varigated lanterns and deco
rated throughout with flowers and
ferns. Dance music was provided
by Prof. Berger, and the happy
party kept the ball agoing until 2
o'clock this morning.
Tho following ladios and gentlo
mon wore the invited guests of tho
Dr. Atcherly, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Bolte, Senor Antonio Canavarro,
charge d'affaires, Portugal; Dr. Cor
deiro, U. S. S. Adams; Miss Cornwell,
Miss Aolani Cummins, Miss Maria
Cummins, Mr. Edward Dowsett,
Lieut. W. P. Elliott, U. S. S. Adams,
Lieut. Feilke (German army), Heeia
plantation; Miss Finkler, Captain
and Mrs. Ferguson, Mr. Hermann
Focke, Dr. Foote, Lieut. C. E. Fox,
U. S. S. Adams; Miss Herbert, Prof.
Oscar Horold, Mr. Lo Roy, Chief
Engineer Magol, U. S. S. Adams;
David Kawananakoa, C. K. Kalani
anaole, Mr. Moroll, U. S. S. Adams;
Mr. and Mrs. Moses, Paymaster Mc
Donald, U. S. S. Adams; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Neumann, Miss Neumann,
Miss Helen Parkor, Miss Eva Parker,
Liout. Rush, U. S. S. Boston; Mr.
Schomburgh, Misses Skerrott, Miss
Sprockols, Mr. Louis von Tompsky,
Miss Vida, Miss Bollo Vida, Miss
Kato C. Vida, Monsieur Vizzavona,
French Commissioner; Ensign Vog
elgesang, U. S. S. Adams; Misses
Ward, Miss Widomann, Mr. Carl
Widomann, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wil
der, Liout. aud Mrs. D. Wilson.
Good Old Nativo Oono.
Mr. Boujatnin Kaaua, a well-known
and highly respected Hawaiian, died
yesterday morning after a somewhat
long illuoss. Kaaua has boon con
nected with Kautnakapili Church for
many voars, in fact was ono of tho
two oldest members. Ho has boon
a trusteo of tho church for twenty
yoars aud chairman of that body for
four yours. Tho douoasod was 51
yoars of ago at tho time of his death.
He loaves a widow aud othor rela
tives to mourn his loss. Tho funeral
took place this morning from the
Kaumakapili church and was largely
attondod. Rev. J, Waiauiau con
ducted tho sorvices, Tho church
ohoir, with Mr. Wray Taylor
at the largo organ, snug several
boloutinns, The remains wero inter
red at Kawaiahao,
60 (villi i month,
Ono Obinam&n waB on
His Way to
Captain Parkor roceived informa
tion this moruingthot a Chinaman
was to leave Iwiloi,tnoar tho prison,
for Koolau, tho othor side of this
island, with sovoraHius of opium in
his possession forsalo thoro. Tho
ofilcor despatched Officer Palau to
watch for tho man near tho Chineso
washhouso, noxt to King street
bridge. Palau had not boon thoro
long whon ho spied a Chinaman
coming down on tho prison road
with throe baskets suspended from a
Eoddler's stick, on his back. Ono
askot was a largo one used for carry
ing fowls to markot. The ofilcor ar
rested tho Chinaman on suspicion
and took him to tho Station, whoro
tho baskets woro searched. In tho
largo basket, covorod with straw aud
a gunny sack, woro fouud throo tins
of first-class Hongkong opium, and
in tho othor baskets Chinese mer
chandise. Tho man, who was on
his way to Koolau, was locked up,
and his friends on tho othor sido will
wait in vain.
Two othor Chinese woro arrested
in Chinatown with four lichee nuts
filled with opium in their posses
Kauflhiann's Team Perform a
Feat Hard to Equal.
Yesterday afternoon a doublo
team hitched to a light phaoton, on
gagod from tho Hotel Stables by
Prof. Max Kauffmanu, ran away
from in front of the Elite Ice Cream
Parlors. Tho drivor had alighted
there and employed a small boy to
hold tho team, whilo he went inside
to use the telephone. The horses
were nervous and the boy became
rattled and let tho horses go. They
ran along Hotel street, past the
stables, and through Printer's lane
and a narrow gate, followed a path
to the front steps of a cottage situ
ated in the roar end of the lot into
which thoy had entered, whore they
stopped alter demolishing its stops.
The only other damage done was to
the top of the phaeton, which was
slightly injured. It would have been
impossible to have driven them at a
moderate speed over the course they
had run in their fright.
Fall In Milk.
A vehicle collided with Mr. Harry
Caunon's milk wagon yostorday
afternoon on Emma street, while
that gentleman had gono into a yard
to sorve a customer. Tho horse ran
down Emma street into Beretania,
and along that thoroughfare to
Nuuanu. The wagon was piled up
on the road and the animal continu
ed its wild career to Hotel street,
when in turning the corner tho horse
slipped aud fell on tho sidewalk near
tne Himpire baloon, wuore it lay
still. Officer Palau scared tho animal
up and conducted it to the Police
Station, where Cannon found it
later. The milkman borrowed an
other wagon and served his patrons
as usual this morning. Tho damage
to tho wagon and loss of milk will
foot up to about $40.
"Ono of my customers came in to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
medicine I had," says Lew Young, a
prominent druggist of Newman
Grove, Nob. "Of course I showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and he did not ask to sue any other.
I havo never yet sold a modicino
that would loosen aud relievo a se
vere cold so quickly as that Remedy
does. I have sold four dozens of it
within the last sixty days and do
not know of a single ease where it
failed to givo the most porfoct satis
faction." 50 cent bottles for sale b'
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Japanese Fancy Goods Store
Moh. J. P. P. Collaco bees to announce
that she will open tho above Store
On MONDAY, July 17th,
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream 1'urlor
ovrzn fob bale
Bed Covers, Handkerchiofa, Shawls,
Scarfs, SumIici, Cushions,
Dollies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy Silk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Handpainted and Embroidered;
Parasols, Photo Frames, Card Cases,
Carved Wood and Bamboo Screens,
Trays, Etc., Etc.,
R. VM. T. MONSARRAT, V. S.. hav
iiic returned to town, can bo found
uauy at tno innrmary, Kinu niroei. loio
miu yu; .huukw jcv,
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, NO
Pre ulit will he recnived bv tho Oahit
Rallnav & Land Co. for shinment unless
OAHU RAILWAY .t LAND CO.
B. F. Dim.imuum, Ueneral Manager.
Honolulu, July 10, lb'j.!.
rpHK SCHOONER 'NORMA,
JL KIToiis ReulNtcr. substan
tially built of Oal: and Cidar; .
Conner and Conner Fustuni'd.
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I' or price ami panicuiurs appiy
721) tf Til KO. II DA VI KH .V CO,
IIIIIKOT IHI'OIITI'II or
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
Nu, 10 Koaliuiimuu street.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
- Savod-Porhaps His Llfo
By Hood's Snrsnparllla Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Read tho following from a grateful mothori
" My littlo boy had Scarlet rovor whon 4 yoars
old, and it loft him very weak and with blood
pelaened vrllh ennkcr. His eyes bocamo
so inflamed that his sufferings wero Intense, and
for seven weeks ho
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
X took him twlco during that tlmo to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary on Charles stroot,but their
remedies (ailed to do htm tho faintest shadow
ot good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Sarsaparllla and it soon cured him. I hare
never doubted that It anvd his right, oven
if not fais rrrj llfo. You may use this tes
timonial In nnv way you choose. I am always
ready to sound tho pralso ot
because ot tho wonderful good it did my son."
Abme F. Blackuax, 2888 Washington St.,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'S PILLS are hand made, and are pes
feet in compoiltlon, proportion and appearance.
HOBKOX, NEWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
lo Let or Loaso.
TTOUSE TO LET ON
XJL Fort street, next to
dress "P. O,
A T WAIKIKI. ON
Xjl Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars inquire Bulletin Oillce.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazines
street, -with Bathroom, pat
ent w. 0.. etc. Commands
one of the finest view s in Honolulu.
J. M. VIVAS.
E BLOCK FROM HE-
retama Htrcct cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot-
tiiL'O of Six Kooiiih, Largo
Lot, Stable and Chicken Route. Apply to
E. It. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
'MiS Kiim street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
contninimiH Bedrooms. Par-
. . . " .... i .. , ... .
lor, jJinuig-room, jviicncn anu iMiuirooin;
Stable In wml; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
750-tf ABR. FERNANDEZ.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Between Alakea and
TUB UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
parcd to maKo all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Broiuu, Zinc, Tin and Iz-ad Cast
ings. Aloo a General Rupair Shop for
Steam Engines, Rico Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tho ClcunliiK of Codec, Castor Oils,
Beans, Ramie, blsal, Pineapple Leaves and
othor Fibrous Plants ami Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
tho Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
1 Hoiibo aitj Lot on Lililm street.
12 Lot on Kuaklnl street, between Niiiiann
aveliuo and Lililm street.
3 House and Lot on the Paluum road.
1 HoiiM-antl Lot on Emma street.
'J Houi-o anil Iot on Lililm Htieet.
For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSARltAT,
Cartwiiulit's Block, Merchant Hlreet.
IF I CAN UK Ol' ANY hKltVIPETO
ou in the uitv of Sharpening Bclxrorn,
Carving Knives, Uun Mow em. Filing
Saws, Repairing hpilnldur unci Water
i Tups and l.u)iug 1'lpo, hohleiliig Tinware,
I Hutting llluim, Iliuialilug Fiirnlttirii or
l Mending Harden IIomi, etc., etc., lilciuo
ring up Mutual Tulcplionu No. IU luiluru
U A. M. or iiciucen r- uuu i r. m,
7IS-U N. V. IIIIHOKSH.
60 ctntt a month,
M S jSj
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu..
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
BIG CUT IN PRICES !
Ladies' Night Dresses, our
Ladies' Night Dresses, our
Ladies' Night Drosses, our
White Skirts, 1 ruffle for 40c.
White Skirts, 3 ruffles for 05c.
White Skirts, ilounce with lace edge for 80c.
Chemises, extra quality for 40c.
Chemises, torchon lace and embroidery for 00c.
Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality
S3? These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY 3
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AX EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
L. S. LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces ixi all "Widtlis,,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
7 5 FORT
NEW GOODS !
IB. IE BHLBRS 3c GO.
LI) SWISS A
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CIIOO PONGEE -GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillcalino and "Villa. XJx'o.per'y,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
PiT Drossmaklun Under tho Management of MISS K. CLARK, jgj
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Fin- rlxU on ull kinds of Iiuuram-ti 1'ioperly titkon nl Current ltlk by
$1 quality for 85c.
$1.25 quality for 1.
$2 quality for 1.00.
Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE M5.
& Smyrna Rugs
COLORED-Just suitublu for this olimute.
very pretty lino; entirely now.
Aotlua A(jmt for tbu lUwallau lilmdj