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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKUM AND AKTKK JUNK 1. 18!,
To Kwa Ml M.
Iii-ave 1'CAi'l Olty.
At rive Kwu Mill.,
I.cnve Kwn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leave l'eurl Cttv . ..0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65 4:65
A. Saturdays only.
O. riunilavs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
$Ju sDwUu $ UUihu
FRIDAY. DEC. 8, 1893.
LOCAL AND "GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor
cloudy; wind light onat.
Romoinbor J. F. Morgan's groat
holiday sale to-morrow evening.
card of 12,
Tkuhkiiay, Dei". 7.
Stmr Ilnwnll from Hawaii
Km hay, Dee. 3.
H H M H Champion, Uooke, from a cuilsti
Stmr Iwnluui from Kauai
Stmr Junius Miikee from Kiuml
Stuir W O Hull from Hnwali and Maul
Hi'hr Huleitkala from Nunakult
Stnir U 11 Hishop from Hawaii
Tiiuimiiay, Dee. 7.
Am lik Kliuch Talbot, Klee, for Itoval
lloails, It ('
Km day, Dee. 8.
Se.hr Sarah Ac Hlia for lvoolati
Vossels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlerte, for San Knin-
elseo at 12 noon
Am bk Albert, Urlllltlis, for San Fruu-
Cargoes from Inland Ports.
Stmr Hawaii 5481 bags Migur, SO head eat
tle Stnir Iwalani 40S") bags sugar, 8 pkis sun
dries. Stmr James Makee 1473 bags sugar, 20
Stmr V G Hall U500 bags sugar, 278 bags
V? 1... II I. .11.. 1.1.1a- 'Jf
i.. it 1..11.. !.:.!..-.
tji.K.mu. ni min iiiucs. ,'
head eattle, 7 donkeys, 50 bogs, and 75
From Kuuai, perstmr Iwalani, Deo S
0 H Willis.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee,
Dee S-Uol 'A S Spalding, Mrs K D Tenney
and child, Miss Atkinson, and 7 deek.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W 0
Hall, Dee 8 From Volcano: F Hupp, H 0
Shaw. From AVay ports: A Cockburu, Kev
S H Davis, F P Hemen, S Kauhaiie, Moses
Mahelona, U Akau, Muses Keliiaa, Mrs J
W Davidson. C M V Foister, J K lllaney
and 55 deek.
Tho bark Albert will probably tail to
morrow for San Francisco.
The bark K. P. Kithet will be ready to
put to sea on Monday next.
The steamer W. Q. Hall arrived from
Hawaii and Maui this afternoon.
The S. S. Australia will leave for San
Francisco ut 12 o'clock noon to-morrow.
The bark Knoeh Talbot, Capt. O. Kite,
left port yesterday in ballast for Koyal
Uoads, 11. 0.
The Japanese eruisor Naniwa received
the last loads of tho 500 tons of coal which
she bad been taking in this morning.
The steamers Iwalani and James Makee
arrived this morning from their respective
route on the island of Kauai. The former
vessel brought 4085 bags of sugar, which
was transferred to the bark Albert, and
the latter 1473 bags, which was consigned
to the hold of the bark It. 1. Kithet.
Clerk Wundonborg Removed -A Lost
Tho Justices of the Supreme
Court have reudered a unanimous
decision, ordering the removal of
F. V. Wuudenberg from his oilico
of Deputy Clerk of the Judiciary
Department and Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court. They find that he had
denounced in violent and bitter
language the Provisional Govern
ment and its chief officers. The
evidence oil which the decision is
based is not given as is usually
done. Attorney-General V. O.
Smith for the information; P. Neu
mann and C. V. Ashford for res
pondent. At the Clerk's office to-day, seven
creditors proved their claims,
amounting to $550, against J. J.
Greene, voluntary bankrupt, but no
assignee was elected. The total
debts amount to about $1800.
Judge Whiting has ordered the
will of tho late Robert Brown ad
mitted to probate, on the petition
of John Cook. The time for ap
pointing an executor is extended.
This is a case of a will that was lost
or destroyed being probated ou sat
isfactory evidence that it had been
Judge Cooper is engaged to-day
hearing tho bill in equity to set
aside a dood, purporting to have
been made by Kiug Kalakaua to S.
W. Mahelona. The grounds are
fraud and forgery. F. M. Hatch
for tho bill; C, V. Ashford for res
pondent. W. F. Allen has appealed from
tho decision of Judge Cooper con
tinuing tho master's report on the
holiday jewolry consult tho
3. A. Jacobson in this paper.
A good busiuoss ou Fort street is
offored for sale by G. E. Bonrdman.
A match game is boing arranged
botwoen tho Myrtle and l S. S.
Philadelphia baseball teams.
Unique holiday goods are now be
ing opened at N. S. Sachs', Fort
street. Don't fail to see them.
M. S. Levy says something of great
interest to tho public iu this issue.
it rotors to the holiday season.
It is roportod that another Japa
nese cruiser, probably a flagship,
will arrive from Japan in tho near
H. B. M. S. Champion returned
from target practice and anchored
in tho naval row at 11 o'clock this
Tho final sitting of the tax appeal
board will be held iu tho District
Court at 1:30 o'clock to-morrow
The firing of guns by H. M. S.
Champion while at practice outside
the harbor this morning was hoard
Ton shares Pearl City Fruit Co..
10 percent paid up, will bo sold at
auction by J. F. Morgan at 12 noon
Tho Spanish artists will appear at
tho Opera House to-morrow evening
in trapeze and balancing foats. Seals
reserved at L. J. Levey's.
There will bo no combined con
cert by tho Philadelphia and P. G.
bands this evening, tho servicos of
the flagship's baud being required
One of tho wheels of tho Waikiki
bus camo off yesterday afternoon
and tho vehicle capsized. Two or
three of tho youngsters wore in it at
It is expested that an eutertaiu
nieut will be given on board H. B.
M. S. Champion in return to that
given on board tho U. S. flagship
The American Minister and Mrs.
Willis will be at home informally to
callers on Tuesday nevt from 3 to 5.
Tuesday of each week will be the
reception day of the Legation.
Jiuo, the Japanese woman brought
from Ewa yesterday, for liquor sell
ing, was fined $100 this morning in
the District Court. Ono Chinaman
was fined $50 for smoking opium.
Copies of tho Daily aud Weekly
Bulletin-, containing tho best report
of the Dedication of the Masonic
Temple, with a picture of the build
ing, can be obtained for the Austra
lia's mail at this office.
Tho Dai Nippon.
This well known store, situated
in the Arlington Block, Hotel street,
has opened up tho numerous cases
of Japanese goods received from
the Oriont by t ho S. S. Oceanic. Thoy
wore chosen with groat care by Mrs.
Collaco's buyer in Yokohama, and it
may be safely said that a liner lot of
artistic silk and crepe goods, shawls,
handkerchiefs, etc., has novor before
been import oil into this country.
Ladies and gentlemen who aro look
iug out for something suitable to
give as a Xmas or Now Year's gift
cannot go wrong by nailing in at tho
Seki Ynsugaro, the Japanese who
was arrested, for the murder of a
fellow-countryman on Maui, has been
convicted at Lahaina, and sentenced
bv Juduo Kepoikai to 11 years at
hard labor and to pay costs H-L Tho
irisonorwas brought to town by tho
,v. u. Hall
Business (load? Not much!
Lfiistwi.su it is not so with I ho
California Feed Company. Wo
huvo mink' a business for our
selves, which hus steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are coin plaining about.
V buvo just scoiiri'd from Mr.
J. F. ('olhurn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuunu streets,
anil taken possession of those
large and convenient promises.
We had to do so, because our
old place at Lolco is too small
lor our iiisi-inereasing ousiuess.
In a low days the bark "Mmum
Ala" will bo here again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
n,w. I.. l,r.i,rrlil ! .Ml,. M . IV
VI14I1I1, ..V'.lt.. .' V'VIL .,1.1 . ... .1.
Wright who will arrive on that
vo.-sol. Wo prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
moans that wo got bettor good
at a los. price.
Wo thank our ninny friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
by strict attention to u business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CAL1FOKN1A FEED CO.
A Boston Boy'o Eyoslght
Savod-Porhaps His Ulfo
By Hood's Sariopnrllln Mood Pol
sonod by Canker.
Read tho following from a gr.itofut mothtri
" My Uttlo boy had Scarlet Vover when 4 yeara
old, and It loft htm Tory weak and with blood
polaoned with cntikcr. Ills oyoi became
so Inflamed that his sufferings were lutonte, and.
for seven weeks he
Could Not Opon His Eyoa.
I took him twice during that tlmo to the Kjra
and Ear Infirnmry on Charles stroot, hut their
remedies failed to do him tho faintest shodoir
of Kood. I commenced glThig him Hood's
Barsaparllla and It soon cured him. . I hsv
PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual attraetive varli'ly of NEW
HOODS to meet thu linti- iimi wain- nl
our Inland community. Apart
from n til ii' stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THK SUA MI.Y.-h.Vj.
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
SOW Ol'KN A 1
N. S. SACHS
tSQO Fort Stroot,
Laces and Embroideries
The Large.xt Assortment and the Piliet ever !mortvl In the Islands.
Kit LACKS In Plain, Hotted and Mrired with L:eos to ma
1II.ACK SII.K I.AOK I'l.UlNi'Kh with IMkoIiii; to mutch.
POINT D'KSl'IM'l NKT In lllaek uiul fielleote Shu
AN KNDIiKSS VAHIKTY -'!' - -
noror doubted that It anrcd his slshi. ovn I
If not hU vrrr me. xou may use inisies- .
tlmontal In any way you chooso. lorn always IXj.C3.19.Tl
ready to sound the pralso of j.ij.w.j.o.
because of tho wonderful good It did my son."
Annm F. Blackmak, 2888 'Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Got IIOOD'B.
HOOD'8 PlLLS nr hand tutdo, and ar vp
tact In oompoilUon, proportion and appoaraoot.
H011KON, NEWMAN & TO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
be won to he Hiitireelnteil.
ANo u line o!
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jitiglei and Vnlry Tnles
Additional to a bewildering xupiily of the
enstomary good goods fur uil'gond
people, it a stock of
1.. .1. I.KVBY - - - l.e-H'e.
Dai Nippon I
j That are us" useful an they are novel and
J uttraetive, and of all kinil uud sices.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
I WSn f'LU' Heuhii itrKie has
l always been noted for its supply of Dolla
I and all the eteeturas of dolldotn, and this
) season leads ihvm all.
Nankin Dolls, Kay; Dolls., Kuhhcr Dolls.
fhinu Doll', DolN with hiuu l'l-eueh ltix
epie Hi-ad", Dolls with 'oealled Vnbreuk
ablt' Heads, China Hi-ads.
with Iteal Human Hair,
1 ..II ...t.l. V.. ...... I I ..nl.
i MS V M.J Ji-JKJ I HUIS Willi .uniini iihiiv-
' t.w. ii..;.. u.. .. ;i. 'P..... ii..;- V...IW'
iiif ...lit, cvjiiii ..i.ti ...n a.,..., .,v..i(.
Hair, anil some with NoHuiratall.
J Sleeping Dolls, Vi (ikoful Dolls, Smil
' inp Dolls, Crying Dolls.
"pvf I C in Kull Dicss, Half Dress
lVl.JO audllndress and ranging
1 from alniiii three nielies to nearly lliree
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Silk and Cotton, including the Two Tone, and lllarknnd While combination.
KMHKOIDKIIKDNKT Pl.llUNOKS in White and Delleiitc Sliudni.
riWIS" KMBKOIDKKKD IM.Ut'Ni 1 at a HIl- lUrgain.
SW1S KMllllUIDKIMKh in All Widths and Newest
DEPARTMENT 15 COMPLETE !
I.ATKHT 8I1.K PASSAMKNTKIMKS In Itlaek and Color--.
JBT I'AaSAMKNTKKIKSTIllMMINHSln New 1'atlern-.
SI LK and JET PASS AM KV ri:Ull-. In Set. In Hlack and t'olored.
--ALSO A OOMl'LUIE ST.W LINK OF -
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
teet in siku, and Horn
Sailors' Homo Society.
Tho trustees of thu Sailora' Home
Souioty mot in tho Chuuibor of Com
merce at ii o'clock youtorduy aftor
uoou to hear thu roport of thu bnilil
iug uommitteo ami tho trunsiirur.
Tho reports wuro natitifactory, but
Dtiblieatiou of thuir contutits was
iloferrud until tho annual muuting,
whiuh will bo hold about tho untl of
thu month. Tho committee was
authorized by tho mooting to have
constructed outbuildings and a piuk
ot foui'o around tho plot, tho work
to bo begun as soon as possible,
Tenders will probably bo invited for
tho work, the total cost to be about
$700. Aftur tho mooting tho mom
burs repaired to tho now Sailorh'
Homo building and inspected it
throughout. Kvmytliing was found
Tho mosquito peat has become un
usually troublesome, l'oople walk
ing up Fort street at 8 o'clock yes
terday evening had to keep their
hands on their faces, the little
"varmints" being so thick.
A gatling gun and two brass field
kuub are placed on the veranda of
the Executive building at tho King
street entrance every day now after
business hours. Why this precau
tion no ouo seems to know.
Purser White of the steamer V.
G. Hall reports that the parts of
the islands of Maui and Hawaii
along tho Hall's route aro looking
beautiful and green. He also re
ports that tho Volcano is in a groat
state ol activity.
"Moonlight Annie" and .lack Nol
teu were run in hist niirht for drunk
enness. They had been to Waikiki
iu a brake, and on the way back
collided with another vehicle. A
telephone message to thu police re
sulted in the arrest.
A South Sea Islander, with tho
Irish name John Keilly, had an al
tercation with a Chinaman named
Mun Seoug at tho Fishmarket yes
terday afternoon over the price of
fish. Roillv became aiiKerod over
something the Chinaman said which
resulted iu asouillo. Captain Lang
ley happening along arrested the
men for affray.
For some time past the police
have been keeping their eyes on
Kong Sai, an opium dealer. Last
night otlicors B. Zablau and Sam
Stone made a raid on Sai's house on
Smith street, aud caught him in the
act of dealing out opium in lichee
nuts. He was taking the dope from
a horuful of tho stutr. In the room
was also found a smoking out lit.
Mrs. D. McGregor mot with a
rathor serious accident on Tuesday
evening, Dec. fith, through falling
into a hole ou the sidewalk of Xuu
anu Avenue, two doors above the
White House. The attention of tho
Road Supervisor is called to this
snot, as others may meet with the
same ill-luck, for it is a oritable I
pitfall to tho unwary.
John H. Apio and David L. Ka
lawaia have filed suits of damages
for MX) each against Senior Captain
Audrows of tho police force, As
will bo remembered Andrews made
a raid on tho promises of the afore
mentioned gentlemen and arrested
J. 12. Gomes, tho jeweler, with thirty
tins of opium iu his possession.
Whether Gomes' good standing iu
thu Annexation Club or some other
SATURDAY, DEC;. !TII.
ahore Store his received
Splendid Invoice ol
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Doll-, Knylish Dolls,
Herman Dolls, Anii'rii an Doll.-,
l.-inniiau. DidlH, Indian Doll-.,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Doll-.
....ii .. I if 1 I Jieiius, won jioiiic, nun
imolhei , UvJ JLJL Wies, Doll's Arms, ,
! Shoes, Doll's fcloekinea, Doll's. Hats, Doll's
farasob, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fain, Doll's
llradles, Doll's llud-tends. Uoll's 1 rons
seanx, Doll's I'lirriaye-, Doll's Tea Sets,
I lots oi necessary
happiness of a
TO THE PUBLIC
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FIWM
Saturday, Dec. 9ih, . Christmas
JP1MI On n 1 euux, jous i nrrui
apaneseSilk A b ancy Goods ! ,;
Per S. S. "Oceanic'
His Entire Stuck, nt VEKY LOW PKICES. to give
the Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
"WILL HE SOLD AT COST PHI CHS.
trouble to show
me a call
your Holiday purchases any
itud evaiiiinc my prices. No
rorapaiiy of .Sp'iDkh Artists.
THT. HAWAIIAN' .NATIONAL HAND
W1LI, llli IN ATTKNDAN'i'K.
t8p- Ho i'lan for re-erved -wit will he
open at I,. J. l.evev's on Wednesday morn
ing, Dei-emher (i, a't 0 o'clock. bT-lit
An Oil Painting of the Volcano, by the
late Ji-i.fs Tavfiinikk, heing one of his
latest production", on view and for sale hy
I... I. I.KVBY.
S'.iS-:'t Comer lineon and Fort Streets.
Beautiful Silk and Crape !
Cushion, Tahle Covers,
Bud Covers, Onwii,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
lvpial liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tiu Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
Ol'THOOll UA.MKS, INDOOR OA.M1CS
... b o o k: s ...
That are a joy to he Until,
tig- Kvurjbody and all ages jirovided
for at Sam Curs' H i:ngi' inrcif.
TIIOS. G" THRUM.
HHAGKFELD & CO.
SO L1C ACLXTS
FOli THK HAWAIIAN 1HJ.AXDS
VOH I'll K
7 5 Tfo jRt street 75
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD UNDKU THK LAW.-- 01? TIIF. HAWM ISLANDS.
cotton crapes . eenuine Budweiser Beer
JZEs>mm ir. vNw.tfe
rTi -wuii swht;, jj"h- ii'i jt . w n.?- t
IN THAT I.1N1J.
IN URKAX VAIMKTY.
Inspection Ke.srctfiilly Invited.
No Tiouhlu to Show uoods.
AND OK -
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MADK TO OUUKIl.
tar-Island orders promptly audited to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
B03 TPort Street.
Palama and Kalihi Bus Service,
"pull" had anything to du with it,
tho charge va5 mil. pros'd and
Cioinns was discWiryud. I
Ah Loj', a half-i"iinti t'hiiiainaii,
was arroated yonlordny innrniiiK by ',
Uutuutivn LarHuu for altoiniitt'd j
hurglary of a ru.sidniu'o on Siuith
Htrnnt tho night linfori). Tim pri
htiuur m an old jail-liird and was
only roliMxml from Oahii jail on ,
Nov. 11th. During tlm inturiiu Im
has imiuuiitliid thrtm hurglariim ami
nltoinptod Hovural otliijiH. Duti'iitivu
Liirhun in iirolly curtain that Ah a :
uuiumitluu tho liurgltiry at tlm (Jri I
tiirioii Sitloou and is migngod oil llm
Alll'H Wll.l. (JOMMKNCK ItlSNINO
on Murium, and will run ICvi:io
llw.r IJi.t-it on KATl'ltDAVH and HIIN
JlAYS ludween the Tr.un Car Terminus
at I'alalua and K tt 1 1 1 1 1 linri'li, lit the fil
KunM im. TniMiMs: Kvery Half-Hour
finin Tl.i . m until ll.l.ii. m.; and
J:l.' i". m. until 7:ICi e. m.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
To Close Out Consignments!
Tor the litmuill of the Kstatn of
Coninieni'int; on SATU11DAY, Deeem
berfith, I will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt "Waists
Tin- CrMmtlrtl " Slur" Itrmul i(
.pi.lKl )n Ihilf Dotrii.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
Mon's Suits from S12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Atteuded lo,
I. LEVINGSTON, Manarjor.
llii'm-ii Uv the Anlicnser-Uuseh Uiew
ini; Assoi'iaiion ol St. l.ouis.
-AND OV THK
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
i.Aitoi: sin cm i:nt .icht to hand
A SI) KOI! h.M.i: 11Y
H. HACKFELD & CO.
' FOK SAN l-KANCISCO.
, 11II-; A I B'II.MSHM'
TIIK UNDEKSIGNED HAVK RKKN ALM'tMNTKI) SH1.K AGENTS FOR
thi'M! SllliKDUKKS and lire now piop.ueil Iu recoive onlerp.
Tho gicat ailvuiitiigo U be ilerivoil fiuiu (lie lite of (lie N 'lli).s.i. f'ANi:
SmtKiiiiKit uru tliiiiouglily onlaliliehi'il ami uukimwluilgt.'ri hy Planter
Th larKt' uiimhur of I'liuilcra lilting thum iu the United State, Culm,
Argentine Republic, Porn, Australia mul cNi'whi'ic, linar wilne to llm
The uho of the y ill! Kiinnit very largely uticiiieiitK the ipiantity of eane
tho mill can grind ("2,"i to 5(1 .), aUo the e.xti.iclinn of juiee (fi In 12. .),
It it- a gient safeguard, making known ut oner the prenenee of any
niece of iron, ntukeM from cuih, or anything which would he liable to iluinaer.
the mill, and allowing ample time to letuovo Kimo brfon- damaging the null.
Thu Siikkiidkk is very htrongly inndu, and fiuni the mauuer of itr iiperu
tion il filth or tears thi'-c pieeoi of wood or nun without often breaking tho
KuitKiiiitiit; and if anything break, it ii-aimply mue of the kuiea oi euttei,
whiuh can be ipiiekly and economically leplaced. The SmomiiKH, hb its
mime indicate!--, twue the cane into shodn of varying length.--, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly puuc oul the juiri without re
iiuiiiiig ihr iniiiieiirc extra power necuifary to giind ur ertii-h the whulo
cane. The StininiiiKH i-preaiU the phredded caur umforiuly nud evenly to
the mill rnlli-, and duo.s away with the neccKMty of hiiru.iiliug the bagasse bv
hiuid between the mill, where legrimliug i iu ue. .Vo gie.iter amount uf
hoilui capacity is ieip.uied to opeiate the cfiiituniiKU than that which was
fUtlicient for tho mill, for the uliovc leuMuih. We furuthh full working
ilrawiugh foi the imlallatiiu of out rfill(i:nii;its enabling any coinjieteut en
gineer lo MicccMifully install and Mail ihein.
hi (irdenng Sniii:iiKiih fiom iih, pleiiM- ml mu.iII i-ketch, showing ihe
diametci- ami width of the mill rollf with which Siiio-.iinmi to be connected,
nli-o the Mile (either light or left hand nc yon face ihe deliveiy Mile of the
mill), upon which Ihe mill engine t- located, aim the height fiom llooi line
tu center of front mill roll .-haft, and (lii-tancc ci liter thix sh.ift to ft out end
of bed plate. Thi'eO Siiiikiuikiih me now being u-ed by the llilo Migar l'n.
mid Hani Mill, Ivolnila, when they an- giiug great eMtisf.ictiiin.
0 I'lieo- .uid furt hoi particular" may be had by iipidying in
M l l Mil ' 111 IK u : bverj
I llllll n , M. II I It 1 1 U IliKlll
J-.iO r u. until s i" i.
I mi 'it
DU. 1IKNHY W. HOWARD
I IAS llKMOVr.D III! OKl'ICK AND
1 1 Rliloinv lo I'oltinju No. WW Ha
iMiliiin llolel, uiitrmiie till llerelanla
-iml. loiir: lUiu I'J m i 0i:ilfi7i.i'l
I", a. Miitiiariuliipluiniill'i'i. UO-w
'PHK I'Ol'll HOoMriON
1 the emiilitl Moor ol
the Mnsoiilu Teinpln ihuau
ltooiiis aie hiiitab'f for
.SliiieH or Olllco.. I or iiarileiilars apply lo
Y. V, AI.I.KN,
('hiiiruiiiu of 'I'riileiis over lli-bop A
Co.' Ilallli. Ntl tin
Al'liW CIIOICK KKItNh IS 1'Ot'b
ami liiiiiflui; I'luKelK, ou Hatiirdit)
utter I 'J o'lilocU, at thu resMeiirii of
ti'iJ.'Jl It, 1, lilU.HC,
Wll.l. l.DAVK JIOSOI.I'I.U
Kill till 10 VJ isilll "N
Saturday, Dec. 9th,
Tie- iiieleliiiiiK'il are new jireniiieil lo
Issue 'l'luoii;li Tu l;i-t from lln ( hv in all
points in the I'uiuil Mates
WM, G-. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
til, il lr Ihe linn iii.Jii hl'lilti.
Pur tuithei i.ii uctilurs rcmiriliUK
icIkIiI or I'msipi, iiiil to
WM. II. IIIWIN A CO., Ii'n,
yi; i,t ijeueral Ai;ent.
rpUK WKIJICbY RUM.KTrN-aTuOl
L uiuiibof luteruattiiK HiiuliuK Matter.
llnJc,H! nmlle'l to lorln eunlrle,t
- AT TUB KAMOl'b KTOKB OK -
IB- IB EHLBRS &c GO.
BOB & 511 FORT STK.D3H3T.
A hnuitiiouie Cotton Kahrle New btyles tills neasou the ellcelh art" faiHUiiile of CIiiiih
bilku' to ee theln uieaun to appreciate them,
Htlk tlnmh Jbl oul . real 'uiil'Ii ilenigin, are the liiicni ami the oniri- o( the k-umiii.
Oaelimere Saolims SO Oeiits TTa-rd I
One of tile hautlt-uliift Wash MateiiaU thin nenxiii enllrel) Hew ami
for the price has no txpuil
WTaite Lawns axicl Dimity I
In I'htln, t?trinil ami Cheekeil hi (jreat variety,
tW Dressmaking Under the tUuagemeiit ol MHS, 1U1NHUU, Ji.