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THE DAILY BALLET!
TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1893.
HUE .A. DEPUTE USTE'WS.
Tdrhiiay, Oct. 17.
O O 8 8 Oceanic, Smith, from Ban Kran-
Am MiliT Aloha, Dabol, 15 dnys from San
Stmr Mlknlmla from Hawaii and Maul
Tubhiiav, Oct. 1".
Stmr Clandlnofor Kalmlnl, Keanne, liana,
Ilainoa, Kiimlnilu, Nun, IWilinu, Ku-
kutau and Ookaln at 5 p in
Stiur Walalcnlo for Nnwlllwlll and Hnna-
imuihi, Klluueu, Kalihlwiil and Hima-
lei at r i m
Btmr Iwalani for Nawtltwill, Koloa, Elcelc,
Mnknwoll,Waimeaand Kokahti nt 5 pin
btmr Knnla for Walanno, Wulalua, Moku-
lula, Knliuku and l'uiialun at !) a m
Btmr James Mnkco for Kapaa at I p m
Bohr Mol Wahlnu for Haiimkun
From San Francisco, per sohr Aloha,
Oct 170 1, Dodge, S L l'holps, Jno llurku,
and 2 others.
For Wulanao, Walalna and Koolauhia,
pur stmr Kuala, Oct 17 S I'cck and o
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolll, Oct lit
Hov H II Parker, Win Mutch, .1 l.ueus,
Mrs J Auld, l)r M Goto, and about 12 deck.
Commodore Siiiionson's scow furnished
Wtttur to Iho U. S. S. Adams this morning.
The schooner Marv E. Foster will sail
to-inoriow with 85 tons of coal for Waiinca,
The British bark Countv of Merioneth
was taking in stone ballast to-day. The
unloading of her cargo of coal is still pro
grossing. Tho German bark .1. 0. Plluger, which
was lying at the P. M. 8. 8. wharf, moved
into the stream yesterday to muko room
for the steamship Oceanic.
The Ameiican 4-masted t-choonor Aloha,
('apt. Dabel, uriived In port about 12:80
this afternoon, 15 days from San FranoNeo.
bhe reports fine weather thioughout the
passage. Among tho list of her cargo were
Km hogs, bioughtilown by the owner, Mr.
TONG HOON HOO'S MURDER.
His Brother Says He Was Dono to
Death With a Knife.
The brother of Toug Hoon Hoo,
who was murdered by Leong You at
Hoaeao, Ewa, Sunday morning, was
in towu 3'esterday. He gave a differ
ent account of his brother's doath
from any that appeared in the
papers. His story is as follows:
When Tong Hoon Hoo gave chase
to the thief he was accompanied by
two men who were staying at his
house. The three men wore gaining
on the rascal, when he turned and
lired two or three shots from his
revolver. This action scared Hoo's
companions and they took to their
heels for tho house. Hoo bravely
rushed forward and grappled with
the thief. Looug You whipped out
a kuifo about firo inob.es long and
stabbed iioo in the side. The as
bassin then threw his victim to tho
ground and escaped. Hoo, although
desperately wounded, mauaged to
make his way back to his house. He
lived for a quarter of an hour after
getting under his roof again, and in
that time told his wife all about his
fatal encounter with the scoundrel.
Tong Hoon Hoo leaves four young
children, the eldest only five years
of age, with his widow. Ho was a
poor man and his family is loft iu
destitute circumstances. Hoo is
described by Young Nap, the woll
known tobacconist on King street,
as a very good man, and his slayer
as a very bad man. "Leong You is a
loafer, always stealing," is tho char
acter Young Nap gives him. The
victim and his murderer were from
different places in China, four or five
hundred miles apart. Young Nap
thinks a reward from the authorities
would secure Leong You's capture.
Captain Parker received a tele
phone message at 7 o'clock yester
day evening that tho Chinese mur
derer had been located at Mokuloia.
Parker immediately communicated
with the police at Waialua, advising
them to make quick despatch to
Mokuleia. It seems that tuo Waia
lua police did not start until two
hours later, and when they did
reach Mokuloia the bird had ilown.
He had been warned and ample time
was given him bv tho uolico to cover
considerable distance. When tho
wen found out that tho murderer
was not there, they returned to Wai
alua instead of following tho trail
and making a scout of the district.
It is Captain Parker's opinion that
tho Chinese at Mokuleia are afraid
of the man and, although not help
ing to hide him, aie keeping out of
his way. Bofore disappearing tho
murderer asked for somotliiiiK to
oat, and carried what was given
away with him.
Hawaiian National Band.
The Hawaiian National band, J.
Libornio, loader, will give a compli
mentary concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening, at 7:80 o'clock,
in honor of Mr. Harry Gillig. Fol
lowing is tho program:
-March Beau Ideal (new). . ..Soiua
Air 11 Pirata ISelllni
Waltz Southern lirtwes. . . .Muisslcr
Overture French Comedy . K, llelor
Medley Uoom-Zing-Uoom . .. lliookb
Mazurka Hawaiian National Hand
Uuvottu Nina Clementina . . . Tobaui
Unllop Aorobutton .Zikoll
Tho P. G. band, Prof. Borgor,
leader, will play at Thomas Square
this ovouiug at 7:H0 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho program:
March The Hand Is Coming .
Overture Tho Mill on the I'lill
Cuvutlnu Tho Siege of Harlem
iunipt bulo Hawaii Ponol
boio ijy .Mr, Charles Kumtc-r.
HnlfCtloii Murllium Wall mo
Chorus Tiiuuliuiiaur. Windier
Walt Doi'trliis . Kti'ttiiks
,irohlinperlu city bclirumiia-l
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
is tho Inst tiny for civil
At 8:80 p. m. tho S. S. Oceanic was
reported off Koko Head.
Tho P. G. band will endeavor to
wako tho ochoes at Thomas Square
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson, it is
gratifying to learn, is daily improv
ing iu health.
Captain Dabel of tho schooner
Aloha has our thanks for two iias'
later news files.
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo held tlioir
weekly mooting at tho K. of P. hall
Loo Sing Ohco is trying to stop
Wong You from leaving on tho
Oceanic unUUio pays a debt of .WO.
A Chinoso prisoner from Ewa to
day was reported to bo tho murdor
or, but was locked up for horso
Tho schooner Aloha was delayed
off port this morning waiting for
the Star stockholders to got a
A native couple wore arrested yes
terday afternoon for selliug swipes,
aud wore released later on furnish
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, light northeast. S. S.
OceauicolT Koko Head, steamer Mi
kahala ten miles off.
Mr. John Burko, dealer in hogs,
returned to the city on tho schooner
Aloha to-day with 152 hogs. Two
assistants came with him.
E. Mossmau, Jr., was sentenced to
pay a fine of .?2a in tho District
Court this morning for having oho
fa tickots in his possession.
Mr. Jos. Victor, proprietor of tlio
nierry-go-rouud, intends engaging
the Hawaiian National band to give
a concert at mo tout on weUnesnay
Tho S. S. Australia is probably
by this timo docked at San Francis
co, and tho Coast papers are teem
ing with news of tho wreck of tho C.
A. S. S. Miowora.
According to Captain Bret, the
young sailor who was injured on
board tho bark Paul freuheig is get
ting along nicely. Tho lad was rest
ing easy this afternoon.
It is reported that the band boys
are going to ask Mr. Gillig to sing
tho beautiful Hawaiian song "Aloha
Oe," as a solo at the concert to lie
given at the Hotel this otoning.
Mr. William Mutch aud bride ar
rived on tho steamer Mikahala this
aftornoon from Molokai. A recep
tion will be held this evening, with
the Quintet Club in attendance
In tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s win
dow there is exhibited a beautiful
table, with checker board iu centre,
made out of native woods by Mr. S.
R. Lofquist. There are no loss than
G." different varieties of wood used
in its manufacture.
Cim. HunsKiND and J. MoMcckin,
Piano Tuners aud Teachers, Pon
liallow House, Boretauia street. Mu
tual telephone CM. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piauo players. Tuning orders
will bo promptly attended to.
Tho Hawaiian National baud will
give a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, complimentary to Mr.
Harry Gillig aud party. The con
cert at Sans Souci by tho same band
on Saturday evening was largolj1 at
tended, and highly appreciated.
This aftornoon a Portuguese-Hawaiian
member of Co. F, while lying
in bod in the Judiciary building
barracks, managed to fire off his gun.
Tho bullet .shattered tho bedpost,
scattering tho splinters in the facos
of tho "sodger lad's" comrades. All
tho denizens of tho building wore
startled by the report.
A luau was given by Her Majesty
the Queon at Washington Place yes
terday afternoon in honor of Prin
cess liaiulani, who has attained the
eighteenth annivorbary of her birth.
A largo uumber of Her Majesty's
subjects aided in commemorating
the event. Tho Hawaiian National
Baud was in attendance.
Commander Whiting of tho man-of-war
Alliance has been granted
leave of absence. Tho Alliance is
now at Corinto, whither Commander
Lj'on has been ordered to relievo
Whiting. The latter will go to Ho
nolulu, where his marriago to Miss
Etta Afong, tho daughter of the
Chinese merchant Cluing Afong, will
A policeman weighing piobably
180 pounds pulled an urchin of bay
f0 pounds, wearing a faded Reform
atory School uniform, through the
streets to the station j'ostordoy aftor
noon. Tho little follow was ho puny
as to look like a half-starved chicken,
tho rosomblaiico being increased by
his thin arms sticking out like au
upset letter V.
Another battory of four holes iu
tho Brewer's wharf rock, together
with two that missed lire Saturday,
was exploded by electricity this
afternoon. Tho wharf was shakou
by tho explosion. A native boy
secured two fishes that flouted up
dead. Siipeiiuteudeut Howell, on
examining the reef with a pule, said
it was much .shattered.
Julia (w.j and M. Nakulu woro
discharged by Judge Rubortson to
day on a charge of selling swipes,
The couple wero arrested at Niitiauu
Valley near the (31(1 leo Works. Two
bottles of very strong at tiff oioo
liibiU'd in Court, the defendants ad
mitting that they (the bottles) con
taiued swipes of 10,110 and 11.01 pr
I'ontage of alcohol. The prosecution
however failed to make out a eusu j
and tho two were discharged, '
CHANDLER ON THE RANT.
Dlttor Attack on tho President's
Stylo of Addrossing President
On his motion for an investigation
of Now York custom house appoint
ments, Sonator Chandler of Now
Uampshiro is roportod as follows:
Chandler roforred to tho niossago
to tho Sonato communicated to Gov
ornor Norton of Georgia, and said
ho was struck with tho juslieo of tho
criticism ho had soon iu a recent
London papor that there was a
singular risoinblauco bolwoou tho
letters of President Cleveland and
thoso of tho Etnporor of Germany.
Coming to tho Hawaiian episode
Chandler road from a letter of Pres
ident to tho provisional government
of Hawaii tho soutonce, "May God
hnvo your oxuollouty in his wide
keeping." "What a bouoficont air
of royalty there is about that
extonsiou of tho good wishes of
his majesty tho President of tho
United States," said Chandler,
"through his personal commissioner,
Blount, who had paramount autho
rity iu his mission to tho provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian isl
ands." Chandler said tho appointment of
Mr. Blount was a more crass viola
tion of tho Constitution than hail
occurred in the appointment of offi
cials in a hundred years. It was
time tho President and tho "heads of
departments should bo brought to a
rigid observance of tho Constitution.
Tho resolution was then agreed to.
AHEAD OF THE STEAMER.
The schooner Aloha from San
Francisco brings dates to aud in
cluding October 2. From papers
thus received the following items
A Boston export says tho sugar
trust is.short 1,000,000 barrels.
Paris will have a fortnight's jubi
lation over the Russian naval offi
cers. President Carnot will not go
to Loudon to recoive the ileot, as
that would compel the Italian admi
ral to go there also to pay his re
spects. Tho President will enter
tain tho officers at dinner.
Germany is alarmed at tho Frauco
Russiau lovo-foast, regarding it as a
menace to tho Triple Alliance.
Siatu has accepted tho now treaty
dictated to her by Franco. It is
said to have been much modified.
Sarah Bernhardt has returned to
Paris from South America. She
was at Rio Janeiro during tho boni
bardmeut, and says it was "simply
Reports of Prince Bismarck's
health aro less favorable, aud it is
reported tho prospects of reconcilia
tion botweon him aud tho Emperor
aro growing slightor.
The Staudard Oil Co. lost $10,000
by an incendiary lire in a box car at
Much proporty and many lives
woro lost by a cyclone in Moxico.
Tho Union League Club, the swell
Ropublican organisation of Brook
lyn, is scaudalizod by several of ils
members getting Miss Jeanuotto Du
Preoto perforin the "buttorffy dance"
iu the club rooms.
It is said James J. Van Alou of
Rhode Island has assurances that
his appointment as Embassador to
Italy will bo confirmed in spite of
tho opposition. President Cleve
land will not withdraw his name.
Mrs. Florence Baldwin, the div
orced wife of Edward Parker Dea
con, ho who shot her lover dead in a
Paris hotel, has arrived at Now York
An attempt at escape by prisoners
in tho Fort Smith, Arkanr-as, peni
tentiary was foiled, one of the pri
soners being fatally shot in thu
Tho disorderly Yuma Indians aro
A Russian cruiser in Bohring Sea
threatened to blow tho San Francis
co schooner Rosio Sparks out of tho
Tho LT. S. S. Albatross has arrived
at San Francisco from Bohring Sea.
An anarchist circular threatening
tho Senate has been sent to all pub
lic men iu Washington,
Senator Jones of Nevada is ex
pected to tako two or three days
m giving his views on the silver
Advocates of compromise on silver
aro making slow progress.
Experts see three points iu which
tho Valkyrie will bo a dangerous an
tagonist for tho Vigilant.
Rep. Henderson of Iowa is mov
ing to have tho sugar trust investi
gated. Seven persons wero killed iu tho
collapse of a tourists' hotel in Prus
sia. The entire $70,000 robbed from
the Mineral Range train in Michi
gan last mouth has been recovered.
On tolling whore tho money was
buried the three robbers under ar
rest woro liberated.
A baby has died at Ean Claire,
Wisconsin, of cholera.
San Francisco police are still
without a cluo to tho sailors' board
ing house dynamiters.
Rooms to let
with board at Hani-
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
.Smith & Co.'s.
For Now Silks and
fits go to "Ka Maile."
Aftor shaving ubo Uueuinhnr Skm
Tour. Jhmson, Smith k Co.,Agi)ntH.
Native Fans and Inland Curio in
Kruat varioty at tho Ulito h'o Cream
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
uuiubur Tonie. ISuiihou, Smith .v Co.,
Dr. H. I. Mooie, dentist, Iihi re
nuiwid liin oillce to Arlington JJouhu,
Hotel Mreet 1'ailor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. JJ. Huddy, D. D. S., has t
loiiuivod hit ollli'o from King tUrcot
to Uorutauia btreet, near Buiitm. '
Docisions in Circuit Court Third
Wfiiknpu Commissioner Tho
Banning Estate Accounts,
Judgo Whiting has rendered a '
decision in the jury waived case of
Frank Brown vs. J. J. Carvalho, D. J.
L. Mattos and J. M. Vivas. It is a
suit given on a note by Carvalho to
plaintiff for ?28(.MH) with interest at G
percent por milium. Tho nolo was
endorsed by Mattos, and Vivas en
dorsed it as follows, "I do hereby
guarantee tho endorsement of Do
mingo J. L. do Mattos," Tho note i
was given in settlomoul of moneys '
tecoivod by the defendant J. J. Car- j
vallio for tho Hawaiian Wine Com-
lauy and not turned over to it by i
uin. Tho uoto was dishonored and I
protested, notice being given to
Mattos aud Vivas. The Court finds
that Vivas is liablo if Mattos is hold
liable as ondorser. Also that all I
defendants aro liablo for tho nolo
with intoresl, and judgment is or
dorod to bo entered for plaintiff for '
$.'303. Carter &c Carter for plaintiff:
Creighton for defendants. '
Judgo Whiting has decided tho '
case of Mauuel da Costa vs. Joseph
Paakaula. It is a case of trespass
on Punchbowl hill, aud tho decision ,
is as follows: "Upon the ovidouoo I
produced I find no legal right of I
way for people, tenants of tho Queen ,
Dowager, tnaukn, exists through the
lot hold by plaintiff Costa, aud that I
Paakaula had no right to commit ,
tho trespass. I find in favor of tho
plaintiff and award damages at S50."
O. W. Ashford for plaintiff; A. Rosa
A decreo has been filed by Judgo
Cooper, iu accordance with an oral
decision given Sept. 26, ordering
that Ah Youg and Ah Wai assign a
lease of certain premises at Pauoa
to Wong Chan, plaintiff in a bill to
declare a trust.
Tho Chief Justice has nominated
Frank S. Dodge as the third com
missioner to partition tho Waikapu
commons, tho other commissioners
being Alex. Young and F. Wunden
berg as previously reported.
F. Wundouberg has made his re
port as master ou the accounts of W.
F. Allen, administrator of tho Ban
ning estate. Tho valuo of tho estate
at the institution of tho trust was
S150,O19.IF. Tho total income sinco
derived from the estate was SOO,-
011.12. Mrs. Banning was paid of
tho income $3;5,01S.(i:j. R. B. Ban- i
ning received in securities aud cash,
ou coming to tho age of 25 years as
provided in tho will. S70.921.22. or '
one-half the valuo of tho estate at
tho timo. Tho master finds the total
commissions chargod by tho admin
istrator 513,G31.3'J, and tho total
commissions chargeable under Chap.
98, Laws of 1893, S91G6.7G. Ho finds
a decrease of capital from tho be
ginning of tho trust tho first ac
count of which was filed iu Novem
ber, 1887, to have boon 7031.89,
deducting the Union Iron Works
Mr. W. A. Kinney, as counsel for
Mary Makaeua and John
her husband, aud Annie Kollott and
P. D. Kollott, Jr., her husband, has
instituted a suit for 'SgoO damages
against the Hawaiian Government.
The cause of the suit lies in the fact
that on Dec. 22(1, 1880, Judge R. F.
Bickorton, Henry Watorhouse and
J. Moanauli, sitting as commission
ers, condomnod a certain strip of
land ou Liliha, above Judd stroot,
for a roadway. Tho land was appro
priatod by tho Government and tho
commissioners decided that the
amount of .?2."0 would bo sullicioiit
recompense to tho owner of tho pro
perty, Oliva Watsou. Oliva Wat
son died on May 1, 188(5, leaving
Mary aud Annie, who woro then
miuots, as her hoirs. It appears
that the price had not boon paid at
Oliva's domise, aud tho suit has boon
instituted at the coming of age of
tho two heirs. Tho legal interest ou
tho amount would make a tidy little
sum in itself.
Judge Whiting has allowed tho
process ou tho grouud that it is a
fair subject for judicial investiga
tion. Down With Anarchy.
Madrid, Sept. 20. The' police are
searching for two anarchists who aro
suspected of having boon connected
with tho attempt on the lifo of Gen
eral Martinez Campos. Tho mon
fled from Barcelona to this city
shortly after tho explosion of tho
bombs on the roviow giounds. Tho
newspaper pross throughout Spain
is demanding that tho strongest
measures possible bo taken imme
diately lo suppress nnarchy.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
-J'lio undorsigned has just
received u lurye and variud
assortment of Ifcm-StUchcd
and Frinytd Tat Clotlw; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in dillbiont
which he invites
customers to in-
rpin: asm a i. Mr.i:iiN
L Vunu: i " will i
DAY, (MuIm'i M. Ibiii, ui
Imlil mi MON
II) A. M., Ill tho
ullli'i of l'. ti lli-ruur
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If ijuut mlitvnpliuii hit a ii nd mm
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& TRADE J
Hra. Mary E. O'Fallon
of I'luun, O., eaya the rhj
(lclana aro AMonlihcd,
ud look t hot like one
Raised from the Dead
Long and Torrlblo Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by JIood
Mrs. Mary E. OTallon, a very Intelligent
lady ot Flqua, Ohio, vrni poisoned wlillo as
Bhtlng physicians at an autopsy C years ago,
and soon terrible ulccra broke out on her
head, arms, tonguo and throat. Ucr hair all
oamo out. She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect ot help. At last alio began to
tako Hood's Sannparllla and at onoo Im
proved; could soon get out ot bed and walk.
8ho says? " I becamo pcrfcotly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
oat well and do tho work tor a largo family.
Jly case socms a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, u
almost like one railed from the dead."
HOOD'S PILLS ihonld be In ercrr funlly
moillctua cheit. Once uied. tlwajt preferred.
HOnilON, NEWMAN & 00.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
IS THE BEST
solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable
Hutuiiih its gloss
and clastic, not a brit
longer than any other
lteyists thu action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Plows frocly from tlio brush without run
ning mid spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, Yields a
hard surface, suitable for tloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
I oil in paste form.
i Brings out tho real shades of the eolors
I mid keeps theiu unaltered.
I Is a solvent for the most delicati- of the
I new eoal tar colors.
I Added to varnish ureatlv improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any dell
Has greater body than any other oil.
lieiuiires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he udded to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
Bv actual tests, has outlasted tho best
is the best paint oil ever man-
Direction for Use.
XJtv Lucoi. in every respect in the
biimu iiiiinnei Hh you would linseed
oil, with thf single exception llnu yen
may .nhl fully one-quarter more Lt
coi. to the biune quantity of pigment
ihun you would of lini-eed.
In using metallic, Venetian led, the
ochres, nnd other dry pigments, it i.s
advisable lo mix up the paint at least
one day liefore it is to he used, then
add a thixl mere Lucoi. and the p.iint
will he found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKVEK USE JAPANS.
Whole hard surfaces such a lloorn,
steps, etc., are required use lith irge
only, never use Japans.
bUUOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES mid assists their working and im
proves their appearance hut diky
JillOUl.l) UK IISKD HA.MK DAY TIIKY AltK
.mixi:d, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of from $ to of Lu
coi. to varnishes dues nut reduce their
lii'trc nor retard their hardening and
drying ami it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
3WIK.S. B. CfrOOD
KiiHiu't(ully invito insjiot-tioii nf 1 1 i k '
Clnnn NiivultluH in Millinery. Jum
reroiveil per "Australia,
LADIES' AND MIILDKKN'S
Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers and Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIES IN KIBUONH,
Ku-,, Elu., I'.tu.
Mils. ii. noon,
Kurt Buct'l. Uli;li.(MuHH Milliner.
Hawaiian Sportsnion's Association.
hl'ECIAL MEE1IM1 III' Till'. HA
Ullllllll rilMirtjiiutii'K Ahmhi'iUIoii will
tin held in th Hawaiian Hotel, ou WED
NESDAY uvuiiliiK, Ottoher 1H, IKM, at 7;!W
o'olnuk, I'er order,
WU-31 1IOAUD OK DIUI'.OTOUB.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
DSO Fort Street, KConolulu.
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
Lonsdale Cambric, 7 yards for $1 .00.
Lonsdale Cotton, 0 yards for $1.00. . -
Fruit of the Loom 9 yards for SI .H).
Fine Quality Cotton, special price, 12 yards for 1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, 20 yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTENH1VK AHHOItTMKNT OK
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KCOND-HAND OH DAMAGED GOODS KKl'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & "PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 62S. -a OT" MUTDAL TELEPHONE OiX
3VC. S. LEVY
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OP
IB- :f BHLBRS &c GO.
BOO Se S 1 1 FORT STK.B3H1T.
Canton Wash FeiTorios !
A Imnilsmuo Cotton Kajiriu; Now Btyli'H tills bonbon; tlio ellocts aro (uc-siiiiilo-. ol Cliin
bilKM; to sou tlioiu moans to appreciate thorn.
Bilk finish just out, real Krcnoh duslKns are tho flnost and tlio craie ot thu soasmi.
Cashmere Siaolinaes SO Cents Yard. I
Ono ot tlio handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new ami
(or thu price has no equal.
WTtiite Lawns and Dimity I
In 1'laln, Btrijied and Checked in jjreut variety.
tST Dressmaking Dnder the Mnuuement of MSB, REKNEH. ja
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
T- l'lre risks on all kinds ot Insurance l'mprrty taken nt Cnrrf nt UUki. by
7ftWlu il lur Ui lUvftlUu liltudt.
for This Week Only.
Etc., Etc, Etc,