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SVTUKDAY, JAN 5, IBV5.
Baturpay, Jan. 5.
Biinr t.chun troin
Maul, liiml ami Molo
Htmr Kpiiulioit (rum Kmtnl
Htmr Knnlii from Wtilnnan
Jjati'riiav, .Inn. 0.
B S Anstrnlln, Hoitdtetle, for Ban Francisco
KllinrL- II II k'l.mmv A tulnrsnil. for I'nrt All.
l V '
VobsoIs Leaving Monday.
Btmr lualani for Kauai
Btmr James iltikeo fur Ktip.in at 1 ji in
GnrgoOB from iBiand Porte.
Htmr Keoiihou 3810 bags "Ugar.
Btmr l.ehmi 0 cnlves ami a noneral cargo
Btmr Kaala 1SOU lines sugar, 'JO") bags rice
and 7 ikj;s unclrles.
Sluir Klnau T'lpkgs blilo, :W) bgi iionos,
'JO h:ij! C'irn, Mi b:ii potatoes, 6'J liog",
107 Mieep, 160 pK" siwdrte".
I'roni Hawaii mm! Mnl per tmr Kin ni,
-Pnni Volcnim: Dr M K llonttn. (1
W Juxt. Mm II Wenlhurhee. Mrs K 1)
Kdgerton From way ports: (1 I. W'lgbt,
Miss McU-ol, A W Cruokett, Mill Nellie
Purler, Miss H Severnnco, A M Ilrown, W
HTerrr, Alr-O 12'lhriim, II 11 Collier, 0
W Ashford. MIh Halt u Ans In. Mitilcr I.
Catnirio, Mi I. Dunn, Butimcl Parker nml
yon, Mrs K II Ward, Miuti-r 0 Shaw, W 11
Putitel-, K Dow ton, Jilt K Ullliiu, L K
('hoy, J Tracy and M) dock
Tor San FrancNcn, ir B S Australia
JatiO OH Anthoii, w N Arinstroiii:, U
Crowioy 1. Chniirili nil I wife, Mlm U bole,
A T Dickey, Mil Funncll and son, V. W
Fiilbir. wife ant 'J children, F M llatcli.
Mii K It Harris, Ilr M 1' Honuii, W LUeli
Hold and wife, II T McCullouch, Mi F
Payne, Mrs Itimill, J A KutbwellaiW wife,
0 Stoeckle, H 11 Yuuiik! nud wife.
Shipping No ton.
Tlio bark Koutcnhcck lias begun to tnkc
hi stoiio ballast
Tho steamer talma brought ten deck
passengers ibis trip.
Tim fuur-mnstcd schooner Puritan dock
ed at tht Fort-street wliurf this morning
to discharge ber coal.
Tim American bark II. 0. Kuntiey, Cap.
tain Anderson, cleared tn-il-y fur Port
Angeles, Wusli., with ;IJ.) tons of stone
The bark Highland Light is not llkcl) to
go nrouud thu Hum this irip with n cirgo
of utigariiM she wib leave snorllj fur fort
'lownsend in ballast
The a. B. Auitialla took tho following
domestic cargo to-ilay fur Bui Francisco:
1!73 lulls gre u hides, .'I lull- goatskins, F F
1'orter; 100 bags coll'ee, T 11 Duvies .V Co;
13,'J7n bags sugar, W (1 Irwin .t 'o; 10 bx
betel Univhi, Mug bing; ;! biitihs biHHiini;
AUt'estrtiia, IU"1 bnelis do, .lias WIUux,
0 bxs betel bnves, J llntcbelor, 100 linchs
biinniiax, W Furrctter; J10 linclis do.'Jlbxs
fruit, (I l.ycurgiin; 5( buchs Oaunuas, 1 bx
fiuit, Sum Wo, 'M bxs lionuv, J 1' Water-hoii-o;
i bxs botel leaves. (Juon Wu On
.tl'oj lll lidls grien h den, :t'J. hils dry
bides, ftj lulls sheep skins J (1 Wulbr; 'JO
bxs pines .1 Kiihvell; fiuslniali Imuanis, J
H (luy; 1W) linchs .lo, ill lit fruit, Y bum
Bing, :il0liucbs biiuanas, Wright and Wil
lard, .'Uil'l Imelm do, Cumubell MnrHlmll .V
CO', 11.1) llllCll'llo. JIlIS llllles, I'lOj.lo I'rilll
Co. Domestic viihto JII,.Hi" S.".
HAliltl.SON-At Waikiki, Hunolnlu, Dec,
M, 1SD1, tu thu wfo of F H. Hurriso i,
KN 1011 r-ln this citv, Juu I I iH nt tho
rusliloni'u (if Kov. Ur 11) du, Miss
Kuiihc Bliss Knight, s ster of Mrs.
lliilu in iho Tliil i r of lior no.
Whore mid Whon DilUiront Donomt
tuitions Worship on Bunilny.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. Jan. Gth,
The Epiphany, (5:30 a. in , holy com
muuiou; 11 a. in., moruiug prayer
and sermon; 3 !!() p. m; evening
prayer (Hawaiian); :UU p. m.; even
mg prayer and fermoii.
Kev. Alox. Mackintosh, pastor of
St. Andrew's second congregation,
will conduct morning and evening
prayer with preaching at 9:15 and
The Methodist Church Hov. H.
W. l'eck, pastor will hold services
at 11 a.m. and 7:510 p.m. in Tracy's
Services will be held by the Chris
tiau Mission at 10. U0 a in. and 7:110
p.m. in tho tent, I'alacn Sipiare.
Kev. Kobeil U llulchins will
preach at Central Union Chinch.
Congregational, at 11 a.iu and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school, 11:15 am. V.
T. S. O. li.. (1:30 p.m.
Latter Day Saints, Mililaui hall,
rear of Opera House. Ihble class at
10; preaching, 11:15 a.m. and (1:30
Y. M. C. A., praise service at (5:30
Catholic Cathedral Low masses,
(i and 7; high mass, 10 a.m., native
and Portuguese; rotary and cate
cliism, 2 pin.; Honcdiction M. H
Saernmeut, 1 p.m.
Salvation Army Services through
out the day, beginning at 7 a.m., at
llarracks, King street.
Gorman church at Y. M. C. A.
hall, preaching at 11 o'clock by Kev.
L. E Schneider of Santa Kosa, Cal.
All are invited.
Christian church, Harmony Hall,
on King street, between Fort and
Alakoa streets, T. IX Garvin, pastor.
Preaching in tho hall at 11 a. in
Sunday school, 11:15 a. m Lecture
iu the tout at 7 30 p. in. Subject:
The Jewish Tabernacle Illustrated
Knights of PythiiiB
Following are the ollicers eloct ot
Orthu Lodge. No. 1, Knights of
Pythias, for tho ensuing term:
Goo. Hawkins, Chancellor Com
inaudur. Geo. L. Dall, Vico Chancellor.
W. L, Disney, Prelate.
John Iiuckley, Master of the Work.
11. S, Padgett, Master at Arms.
John Kidder, Master of finance.
Henry Smith, Master of Ex
chequer. Win, U, Johnson, Keeper of K. &
Simpson Docker, Trustee.
LOOAL AMD GENERAL NKWB
Tho Scottish Thistlo Club
oloctcd Us ofllcors Inst night.
Tho Government hand will givo a
concert at Emma Square this after
noon. President Dole and tho Cabinet
wore down to-day to sou tho steamer
Tho steamor Lohua brought uino
calves for tho Metropolitan Moat
Mrs. C. II. Bird, an old kamaaina,
loft on the S. S. Australia to-day for
Tho Lei llinia club will moot this
evening at 7:.T0 o'clock at the Ha
Ohiuoso New Year
January 25 this year.
will fall on
Look out for
An important notice to Tlritish
subjects appears in this isuo from
Miss E. II. Knight, a sister of Mrs.
C. M. Hyde, died yesterday and will
bo buried thl- afternoon.
Mrs. Goo. C. Stratemeyer and
family have gmio on a prolong" d
visit to friends in San Frani iseo.
J. F. Morgan will coll properly at
Kauniakapili described in an ailwir
tisemont at his salesroom on Mon
day at noon.
E. S. Cunhn'd new block on King
street is named "ThoKepublie." Its
front is decorated with galvanized
iron ornamental veneer.
Deputy Marshal Brown returned
from Hawaii on tho Kinau yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Brown has evidently
boon much benefited by his vacation.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; fl and 11.25 per
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, corner oi Jiicuarus auu iving
L. S. Aungst, formerly superin
tendent of tho Mutual Telephone
Co., has gone to Hawaii to further
arrangements for a telephone lino in
the Kona district.
There were only four of the crew
of the four-masteil schooner Puritan
workintr this morninc
. 11(1 lUfll I111U
deserted. The captain was obliged
to hire outside help.
Trustees of the Sailors' Home So
cioty will not forget that an adjourn
ed annual meeting will bo hold at
10:30 Monday. It is ery important
that all should attend.
S. Koth, merchant tailor, has
something of great interest iu this
paper, "llie tayler malty tlio too
mantle," the ancient proverb ran.
Koth is tlie modern tailor.
J. W. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now open for engage
in.nttn for banquets, weddiii(s, balls,
dinner parlies, garden parties, etc
Address him care of Hullktik office.
Tho now time table of Wildor's
Steamship Company will be found
in this iaper. Altoruate Tuesdays
and Fridays are still the days of ar
rival and departure of the Kinau at
Postmaster General J. Mort Oat
has issued a post ollice time table,
giving dates of arrivals and depart
ures of foreigu mail steamers for
lHilo. It is a great convenience iu a
Detective Larson has been watch
ing for chicken thieves during tho
past week. Since Thursday night,
however, the "eaglo-eyed" Pinkertou
has been watching for revolutionists
and midnight "prayer meetings."
The Catholic Benevolent Society,
at a meeting held January -1, elected
I he following officers for the year
181)5: Mrs. J. McDonald. President;
Mrs. Steward, Vice-President; Mrs.
Cowos, Treasurer; Julia Perry, Se
cretary. Ouo of the reports made by the
spies to Marshal Hitchcock is that
prominent business men, whoso
mimes were meutioued, were provid
ing the natives with arms ami gin to
aid them iu tho revolt against the
llouoiary Chief A.S. Cieghoriiaud
Chiof D. Logan of the Scotti-h
UhiMlo Club have each received
from President Leitch of the Phila
delphia Caledonia Society a beauti
ful bilk scarf uilh Scoltinh emblems
woven into it.
II. O. iiiart has
ICiug street to the
Oerlz, Fort street,
repair watches and
store of Chris
There he will
upoous and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been the practical
.witcliim.kor for Wonnnr & Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
On New War's night there was a
fight iu the Portuguese colony, and
one Portuguese was so badly injured
that he was sent to tho hospital for
repairs. ). Cabral was suspected of
having committed the assault ami
he whs arrested. Ho was tried in
the District Court to day, found not
guilty ami discharged.
There will be a boat race in thu
harbor at fi o'clock this afternoon
betweon the two tiair-oared sliding
seat boats, hinakila and Eliukni,
belonging to tho Hawaiian boat
house. The boats will be manned
by Henry Williams and Willio Lylo
and Hichard Kulaunkilo and Dandy
Koaloha respectively. A good race
is anticipated, as both boats and
rowers are well matched.
Building and Loan Association,
rpilK UI.(JUI,AU MONTHLY MI'.KT
X inuwlll I'D lit'l'l Ht tlu Clmiuliur of
Uoiniiii'ri'u on MONDAY KVKNINU, Juu.
7, 1KO, at 7i:i0 o'clock.
W I'liyniuuts are reiiuirrd in Hold.
Ai V. OKAlt,
Groat Timos In tho Hobdays Itoins
Probably no Christina was ovor
more heartily oujoyed than tho one
just passed. Presents were in grett
profusion and very beautiful. Until
church had a largo Christmas troo
with an innumerable lot of presents
on it. Tho singing, recitations aim
other oxorciscs wore most oxcollent.
Tho music of tho bolls by scholars
of Union School under direction of
Cyril Smith deserves special men
tion. Tho Protestant Portuguese church
had a Christinas tree as usuah Tho
Japanese church had two Christmas
trees. Dr. Wulmoro, P. S. Lyman
nml Mrs. Lvniaii made addresses to
'the congregation. At tho Chinese
Kindergarten, under tho direction of
Mrs. Walsh, tiioro was also a Christ
i mas tree for the little ones and I
imagiuo in fact I boliovo that tbo
children never received more ac
ceptable gifts than on this day, and
went homo perfectly delighted to
show their beautiful presents to
At tho Foreign church the Christ
mas oxorcisos wore given on Sunday
moruiug, Doe. HO, by tho children
ami the choir, anil there was also a
potation by Mrs. P. 11. Edge-ton,
who lately arrived from San Fran-
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CISCO, WIIIUII (!' (jIUOHJ UII1CUIIIIUI.I.
This lady also gave a dramatic re
cital at tho Court House Dec. 27
I'h n entertainment was gotten up at
short notice, and did not draw as
largo an audience as it would hail
tho time boon longer. Uut those
who wore there wore delighted with
her rendition of each selection,
which was of tho best order. Mrs.
Edgorlon is a teacher of elocution in
San Francisco, who has studied in
Germany, Franco and England un
der tho best of teachers. Should she
favor the good people of Honolulu
they will each ouo bo delighted, that
is very certain and the verdict of all
who attended her recital hero.
On New Year's day Haili church
had another treat music, recita
tions and addresses.
On New Year's eve there was a
ball at the Court House. At 12
o'clock all the bells rang, ringing
out tho old year and ushering in tho
There was a picnic on this day at
Cocoauut Island tendered to Mrs.
Fdgertou, Mrs. Weathorby and Miss
! J'' '' J -!" " """ "
, ot,'"' Mrs- a,ul aml "-M:
i utiriuu wt.ru inpsuuKuin wu uiu w.nn
I f . . " ."
Annie Johnson lately arrived from
San Francisco. Prof. Uenshaw, from
the Smithsonian Institute, with
his sister, Miss Uenshaw, were
present, also Mrs. Marliu and
Miss. Marliu, Mrs. Trowbridge and
six children who go to their lino re
sidence on the Volcano Koad. Mr.
Trowbridge has been hero some time
to get all iu order for his family.
They have a graull piano.
The largo store for L. Turner and
the Volcano Stable for J. It. Wilson,
80x150, will soon bo commenced.
Mr. i. D. Baldwin is erecting an
office next to Hitchcock fi Wilder's
The lathes of the Salvation Army,
Capt. Zimmer and Lieut. Jollorrisaw
tho old year out anil the uew year
in at the Japanese church. They
are very zealous workers. May their
labors be blenseil. We were delight
ed to welcome Miss McLood to llilo.
She returns to-day to Honolulu.
Manager Lee of the Volcano
Houso is in town. He says there
are indications that the crater will
shortly make a greatly increased
exhibition of turbulence.
B. O. T.
Now Doputy Shorill'
S. II. Mahuka, ex-difitrict magis
trate of South Kohalu, Hawaii, nan
been appointed deputy aheritT of
said district iu place of S. M. Keltoa,
resigned. Tho newly appointed
otlicial was installed into ollice by
District Mauistrato Kahookauo on
Now Year's Day by tho reading of
his commission iu the court room in
presence of a largo concourse of
people of the district who had as
sembled for the purpose by invita
tion. After which there wore speeches
by the outgoing and incoming in
cumbents and others.
Tt's almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw
as it is for
phant to draw his. We
pay the highest priee and
get the host there js to
he had. Our prices are
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . . .
People's Baggage Express
WILL CALL ANY PAltT OE THE
City for lunOAUK. All lltt'tiia)
received liy in vs III hu handled with euro
und dispatch. ViiUKiia will lu on tho
Wharf to meet nil Foreign and Inter
Island Bti-Hiiiem MorliiK Pinnoa and
Fiirnlttiru a Hpecialty. OlllcoUniled
Currlui;u Co. nml Livery Ktahles, comer of
EiiiKBiid KortStreom. next to E O. Hull
i, Hon, lloth relephones 'iiHJ.
UU0 Sm M. T. MAHS1IALL
ATTEMPT AT ASSAULT.
Detective Ltir-on Prevents a Shoot
There came noar being a shooting
scrape in the Club Stables this after
noon. Hob Robinson, proprietor of
tho Eureka House, called at the
stables to sou an employee named
Alick IIarri, who was a tenant of
his. Ho askod Harris for$l ho owod
for room rent, and Harris told him ,
that he would pay next week. Ho ,
couldn't snare tho money this week.
Ouo won! led on to another and '
finally Hobinsou threatened that he
would call around and see Harris in
the evening and put a hole through
him. Detective Larsen happened to
be standing near at the time. Harris
dared Itobiuson and asked him to
try and do it right thou and there.
Hobinsou dug ids hand into his
pocket and had the half of a pistol
milled out when Larsen grabbed
him and held his hands, while tho
pistol was taken away. It was a 132
calibre pistol. Hobinson was arrest
ed. He is the samo man who shot a
colored man in tho leg in the Eureka
House some mouths ago.
Sailing of tho Btoamor
The O. S. S. Co.'s wharf was a
scene of life and bustle this noon.
A number of kamaaiuas were leav
ing, as well as a largo number of
visitors. The government band was
in attendance and played appro
priate music, winding up with "Aloha
Oe," as a compliment to F M.
Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
who was a passeiiKer. The Austra
lia took a large cargo this trip.
KITISH SUIUKOTH KESIDINU IS
thu llaw'li'ti iMiimls are n-eiie-teil
to rt'Kl-tcr tli(Miielves at Her liritanin
Mnj y's Coiisulnlo-Qonoral, lluie lulu.
Ti ey will he reiinireii to produce tlu'lrcvr
illk'H'onf hlrtli or other xittlsfavlor) iiroof
of thrlr rllit to thu imtioiinllty they claim,
mid further to iniiko a solemn declaration
fut thev.hiive not nt any tlmo renounced
this untlonnlity llritish subject nut re
ldlii;in Honolulu should apply to H. II.
M.'s Coiuiuisslonor anil i ousuMliMierai
for the forms of registration which thoy
wlll ho required, to tilt".
(Slpncil) A. ). 8. HAWKS,
II. II M. ri.'s (.' niiiilsiotier and Consul
llorcriil. Honolulu, Jnnuary 3, lH'i.".
To My Patrons!
JUL S. ILiB'VY"
I'out Stiieet, H. I.
Will he made to
exeellent time if
for thrte days
Fakiiku & Co.,
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
he refunded in full.
FAKUKR & CO.,
4 13 Fort. tHtreot.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
IV tuku inusiiKu on
V tuku .nniinu on thu -ten morn "Ki-
.smi" mid "ln.AUm.SK" tram iloiiuliilu are
huruliv if'iuentud to p.ucliHiio tickets at
I ho C(iuimiiy's Ollliu heforu unilmrkiiit;;
11 1 id liny pass, ngcr fiilllni; lo do so will ho
vtiuji'ct lu pay tunti-llv jKircent of lliu
reulT fnru In udditlon thereto. This rulo
will I hi H'rlrtly unforced from and after
Jiinu.irj 1, Ib'J.'i. For thu uonvcnliiliuu of
liassi'iigcrs lliu Wlmrf Ollhu will h open
tor l Im biklu of tickets on thu alturnooiiN of
iliu diiy of Hilllni; o( tliuHteaiuurs 'Kinau"
WII.DKH'H BTKA.M8H11' CO.
Honolulu, Dec 0, lh!H, VAA-Ua
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
i vv.h'h HruMKiur Comi'amv, Limited,
held ut their Oltlco, in thib City, December
IMII, thu follow III;
in; Uuntlenieii wore
elected us Directors of thu Company for
thu insiilni; year
W.M. O. IUWIN,
Wil. l ALLKN,
WM. C. WILDLU.
OKU. O. UKCKLKV.
The above named (luiitlumcn together
with thu President, Vice President, and
Secretary and Treasurer of the Company,
eonstiiiitu the Hoard of Directum,
lHOl-lni S. II. UOSK, Secrotary.
MLWBItS. OaUHA .t CO. AHK UK
celvliiK orders for Pluntatluii Ijilior
to arrive in .March n-xt. All thnsu who
wish I b irers sh uld place their orders lm-
u K. iioaruiuan, Akuiu
for tho above firm.
Conditli.ns are men-
tinned in lirciiieulua: "To thu Planteruof
f w mk imu k v
Aguut fur Ogura & Co.
91 7 f.
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Good Hoalth, Lively, Happy
va, Carroll and JAly lira an
"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mast i
"O'liltcmtni Ijut wlntr, my two gtrli, bay
and writ wort Uken 111. Tim doctors said they
were poltoned by drinking water (rum an old
W1L The two tlrls failed to rally under the
doctor's treatment. F.va, aiced four )iurs, fell
kwavio she oulr welshed IS1, lhs t counhil
I all the time and was helpless. rliyslcUm said
She Had Consumption.
LUr, Md eight years, was nearly at bad as
Eta but being older and itronKer, held up a lit
tle better. We gate them both Hood's 8.ir v
parllU, which liullt up thrlr Mreimth and tieallb.
finely so that they liecntns fat ami plump, lively
and happy. My son Carroll was In a bad con-
dlllon, baring a bail couch and -cry weak. II
was obliged to lie down most of the time.
One bottle of HooU'i BitrsiiparilU ut htm on
Ms feet and restored perfect health I heller
Hood's flariaparllta saved my children's Ilres."
John 1. IIiiown, Htuwe, Vermont.
HOOD'8 Pills cure all Liter Ills, Mllout
bm. Jaundice. ludlteiUun. Sick Ueadttli.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole A(,'t'nti for tie" Kiqiiihllr of HnwHi.
gent or judicious buy. r.s more
satihfaclion than to have us
stick to our Qi'1 k Sai.ks
AND S.MAI.b Pltoi'MIS SVSTK.M.
In has been the me.ins of
having them money on every
iiurch se made of us. While
to uh it bus
trade from the
day we adopt-
We will have no r-hclve
for shop worn goods. New
Goods, Good Goods, S'iyi.
isii Goods, and plenty of
them, with a ivuMonahk p-iee
fixed on them will be the
order of this coining year's
business. We want your
trade and will have it, if
goods and prices have any
thing to do with your buying.
We propose to keep iu
touch with New York, Talis
and London, at as near their
prii'es as is consistent.
Kach Dm'aut.mknt in the
Stoick will be found to con
tain a CiioiCK and Vakikd
Selection of the Newest
and most Fasiiionahlk
Matkkials and Gaioients
of every description. "We
want you to get into the
habit of expecting this, and
inspecting our stock. It will
save you time, troub'e and
This week we have some
line Indian Kuus, someCAit
PE'is and CiiM'AiNs that you
will make no mistake by buy
ing. B. F. KIILMKS & CO.
MEaCHANT - TAIlOR
Flno Casslmoros, Sorgos,
Whlto Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON BHOKT NOTKJK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, -
- 10 Nutiauu Street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
SUHKY IN VKItY
(loud Heimlr. Also
a few llrakeH both New
and rJecoiid-hund. Annivto
W. W. WltlQHT.
11H7-U Hoiiolntn Carriage Al'f'y.
ANKW OKRAMKH OK THK LATIJST
mudut, capacity r0 kuIIoiih iur hour.
Also, a Two Horse rower (lasollnu Kngiue,
Just thu thing for a dairy A pply to
lVil-m Honolulu Dairy.
The Daily Bulletin, 60 ctnti
month, delivered by carrier $,
HOLIDAY . -
That Meet All Demands
S20 Fort St.
Come and fioe Our IimnuiiHu Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A (.'HOICK ABBOKTMKNT OK -
Silk Drapes, Lace Table Runners, Lice Searfs,
AT KXUK1TIOSAM.Y LOW THICKS.
Kans, Hand Bags, Turtles and Card Cubes
IN UltKAT VAHIKTY.
Laco Bod Spreads, Fiush Scarfs, Fancy Tab'o Covors,
L'seful nml Acceptable Presents.
Laics' fursc Si Vests, Mies' Si Hose,
Ladies' 0xinwork Hlllc Hose in White, lllact and Bhmles of Tail.
NoveltieB In Silver Ware ! Ladies' Fine Parasols I
DON'T KOitUKT THK
Children's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks I
Lnce and Silk Uoimot, Children's Entis, Parasol-, Ktc., Etc., Etc.
A most Complutu Stock and Litest I)oIkiii, and prices that will astonish you.
Ladles' I'lno Wlitlu Hciiniied.tltcli llHiulkerclilcfs at f I per iloten.
I, -dies' Wlnlo Kinhrohlcred lland.oichlufn 15o. each or tt'Si a doten.
I. idles' hllk lltuidkeichlefa, enihrolderrd; for 15c. ui.d upwards.
Gentleman's Si-k Umbrellas, Silk Neglige Shirts and Pajamas!
(Icntleiunn's Fine Neck Wear, .p-clsl hurKaln-.
(lentlvniiiti's Sdk, Linen nnd Col red Ilorder Hnnkrrchlpf.
(leiilleiuaii'N Silk HuiulkerchieN Ht ;Ck:. each or $.1.0.1 a dozen.
Oentleiimii's Kino Linen Hiindku-clilefs, fancy border; at $3.73 er doten.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks !
SPECIAL UAIUM1X31 -M tW SPECIAL IIAIIOA1NS1
Wu have Just Received pet 8. 8. "Ocuanlc" a Largo Involco of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
Build Coli r. in all the Hellcat-
oiler I he
FOR. SO O EJISTTS -A. 1TJLFLTD
and can only
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not driuk tho
worthies and injurious substitutes.
yQ Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles R Hires Co., riuludelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo Imvo UHCtl ovor thrco ilozen bottlcH of Hires' Hoot Deer rtiia noa
eon, nml find ft tlio most iloliciutm ami lioulthftil drink in thu inurkot. Jah
F. llAMMiiif, 1 120 2d Avo Altooim, l'a., IJ. S. A."
"Wo liuvu iidvil your Hoot Ileer in our f.imily ovor three yeurs, winter
nml niniincr. and would not do without it. We drink it innteud of water.
Minn Lii'i'lNCOii, Cor. 2d und I'ino Btu., Oainedn, N. J., U. S. A.
HoimoK Dituu Compaxv Wholesale Druggists
Bknsox, Smith & Company
IIOLLIBTKIt DllUO COMPANV, Ll'I). . . .
Lkwis & Compaxv. . , , , Grocora
. GOODS !
and Satisfy All Wants
1 ITfLK FOLKS'
Shaded and l'r-tty StrijKji.
temperance drink not only quenches
and prescrveH good health,
the world like MIRKS' UOOT
iu preparation, or in popula-
a matter of history.
explained by the fact that people
aii'l appreciate its health and