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DALLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEUUMBUK Id, J83U.
J s I It .ia rttlu j$ till iff tit MONDAY, DEC. 16, 1889. ARRIVALS. Dec lo Stun' Llkcllko from Miuil Kit mi' iMlkulisila f i nin K:ui;il Sclii l.cahl from Kona Dec 10 Selir Surah & Eliza from Konlsiu Httnt .Inn Makou from Kauai Am bk S C Allen. Thompson, 25 day f i oni CnlLtn DEl'AUTURES. Dec 11 11 M S S Alamciln. Morse, for Run Fratu'lfcco Deo 10 Stmr WnlnlPiilo for Kllauc.i and Ilami- lol tit 5 p m Schr Luka'for Kohala VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Stmr Klnau for Hllo ami way ports at 2pm Stmr Llkellke for Mmil at D p m Stun- J A Cummins for Koolau at 0 u m Stmr Mlkahala for KumU at 5 p in Schr Small & Eliza for Koolau Htmr Mokolll for Molokul at 5 p m Stmr Kuala forNawlllwill at 0 p in PASSENGERS. . From Sydney aud Auckland pel It M S Alameda, l)to 1 l--Judge Widemann, Carl Widemann, Miss E K Hlnes, John Donaldson, Dr K M 1 lelds,F M Seniles, A Johnstone, Mr and Mis Olumcntsou, and 07 In transit for Han Francisco. From Maul per steamer Llkellke, Dec IS D IS Coo, O A Peacock, A Garten berg, W BeiiowlU. E llallev, C FUuld wln, Mrs J Gltowle, Mid P G Tailor, Y Alan and l!l deck. 1' or Sun Francisco per OSS Ala meda, Dec 14 P A Dins, B F Dilling ham and 2 children, Miss Dailiugton, Mrs A O Pferdner, Lieut Sherman, C Glelff, Miss X Hammer, O D McC.ind less and wife, Miss G G WotMns, P Brusmer, G D Warren, E 11 liuiiell, W I' Doherty and wife, 15 steerage, and 07 in transit from the Colonies. From Kauai per stmt Miknhala, Dec 15 K AMuolle, jr, Capt II Aluborn, Walter C Dait, J Nelpor, Miss Malilum, J Buckley, Miss K Mist, C Apoi, Miss McGrew, P Scholtz, C L Brito, E Strehz, P P Kanoa, .1 Kahe, E M Walsh, Mme Von do Ammorling," Chinese, and 44 deck. SHIPPING NOTES. The steamer James Makce brought this morning 020 bugs siiftar from Jva pau. The steamer Mokolll brought G I bales wool and 101 sheep from Lnnai. The steamer Mikahala brought 722 bags sugar, 18 head cattle, 50 hides, and 00 hags pla frm Kauai on Sunday.! The schooner Lcahi bionght about -10 ooulsofphla wood from Kona, and the schooner Sarah & Eliza 500 hags rice from Koolau. ' The Likelikc brought December 15 4 hoi fees, 313 bags sugar, 140 hides, 40 turkeys and 81 pkgs sundries. The barkentlne Discovery commenc ed taking in sugar this morning. She will sail for San Francisco next week. The Hawaiian Iron bark Andrew AVelch, Captain Marston, was loading coal at Newcastle, N S W, for Honolulu, when the S S Alameda left Sydney. The American bark S C Allen, Cap tain T Thompson, arrived eaily this morning, after a remarkable passage of 25 days from Callao, South America, pronounced to be tha quickest time on lecord- She comes In ballast and is consigned to Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. Had excellent weather and strong breezes during the week. The S C Al len Is at anchor In tho stream, and will soon commence lecelviug .sugar for Sun Francisco. . DIED. CABOT At the residence of Mr. A. Dreier, Eleele, Kauai, December 14, of typho-malarlal fever, Lincoln Cabot," aged 40 years, a native of Boston, Mass. MARRIED. GIBBS-nUCHINS At Hllo, 7th inst., James Gibbs to Jemima Huchlns. The moon changed yesterday. And the dry land appeared and the train; ways protruded ub in a bromide en largement, and piscicultiuiHta and taro planters tiled quitclaims on the etreots. Till" sale at Mr. Levey's auction looms Saturday evening was fairly well attended, and the beautiful holi day goods brought fair prices. Mr. Levey holds another evening sale on Friday. . Handicraft says that Miss N. J. Malone, Principal of Punnhou Pre paratory Bcliool, Miss C. A. Reamer, Principal of Kaineliaineha Prepara tory school, Miss Holon Popoon, Miss Davis and Miss Hopper of Kawaia hao Seminary have all tendered their resignations. r ' Mil. McAdoo, a graduate of Hamp ton Institute, was a through passen ger on the Alameda. Ho baa been with a. troupe of .Tubilco singers in the Colonies and possesses a magnifi cent bass voice. Mr. McAdoo re nowod an acquaintance with Gen. Marshall while hcie. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Y. M. C. A. book-keeping olasi at 7. Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O. P. at 7 :30. Hand Concert at Emran Square, at 7:30. Alexander Lilioliho Council No. 1 of Kadoshat7:30. P. M. B. S. OFFICERS. The Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society of Hawaii held the regular election of officers yesterday with the following result: President, J, A. M. Osorio. Vice-President, A. P. de Mcde iro9. Treasurer, M. A. Gonsalves. Secretary, J. G. da Silva. Board of Directors Manuel Nu ne9, M. J. Borges, A. C. Pea tana, J. C. Pacbeco, J. A. Dias." Re-elected, LOCAL & CEHEKAL NEWS. ContinsroNDENCR on fourtli page. IIcwam) for lost rubber where. coat else- Mil. Justico Preston sits at chain bora this week. Mlt. CIuih. J. Fisliol litis his ginnd opening to-dny. Mil. J. l fllotgtin will sell homo valuable icnl estate on llio 2!Jd, .Tin: Hnpienio Court will sit bunco on Monday, December 2'M. in Tine toads in llilo dishict nic in n, shocking statu from the heavy lains. Tjik band will give a concert at Emma Square this evening, weather permitting. i Thh moon became full on the 7th inst. Tllero will ho u now moon on the 22d inst. Mn. C. J. Flshol has a silver ndvei liseiueut elsewhere, ltcad it, it is very inteicsting. ''.' A man, nnine not given, is icpoitcd to have been washed oil' the llukabui beach and drowned. Tiik It. M. S. Zenlamliu is due from San Fiancisco on Saturday, en route to lb6 Colonies. The Rev. H. II. Gowen will be ordained priest ut St. Andrew's Cathedral next Sunday moiiiing. Tub Japanese training vessels Hi yei and Kon-go arrived ut Apia No vember 21st, fiom Honolulu iu llilo. PiTitSKit J. B. Sutton of the Ala meda bus the thanks of the Uitllk tin for lute Colonial papers niul other favors. Mil. II. ,I Wiclunan the jeweler keeps his stoio open eveiy evening. He ha3 received another lot of new goods. Bauoness 'Yon Amnicrling ba's been visiting all the points of interest on the island of Kauai during the past week. . m . Tun Kinau sails at two o'clock to morrow afternoon for Maui mid Ha waii. Sho will return Tuesday moiii ing the 24th. The Kumehameha, Jr., beat the Valley Boys on Satuiduy by a scoie of 7 to 1, while the Iwileis scored 28 to the Iolanis 11. Tiik Oaliu railway is now in use us far as Aki's, about three-fourths of a. mile from Ewa. courthouse, trains running daily to that" point. - m Tin: Havaiian b?lnd ployed at the departure of the steamer Alameda Saturday evening, much to the de light of the through passengers. . The electric wires, which the Ad vertiser states this morning aie hanging near Palace walk in a dangerous manner, do not belong lo the Palace plant. The executive committee of the Reform party of 1887 has been formed and several meetings have been held. A public meeting will be held at an early dale. Mr. J. Hu bash bus leturned from the Coast, with a splendid stock of watches, jewelry and novelties which be will open at his new store, Mcln erny 's block, on Thursday next. Great inconvenience is being ex perienced by the residents of Kauai by not being able to cross the Waia lua river, as the scow is up high and diy. Important mail matter has failed to connect. with the stcamcis. AriNOKA, King of Apiang, one of the Gilbert group, is so enormously fat that he cannot ascend the side of any hhip visiting the island, but has to be hoisted aboard with a block and tackle in a specially constiucted chair. The attention of the Road Super visor is called to the stato of the toad and bidcwulks on Beretania street between Nuuanu and Smith's bridge. Tbeie is a gieat deal of traffic in that vicinity, in people going to St. Louis College and Kau makapili chinch. Hon. II. A. Widemann l chimed from the Colonics on the Alamcdi' looking exceedingly well. Many of his-friends weio on the wharf to wel come him home. Our thanks aro extended to tho Judge for soveral Colonial papers. His son Cail Wide mann leturned with him. Quitk a largo number of people have visited tho new four-masted schooner Itobl, Lowers ajid decline that she is a beauty in every lespoet. Tho owners of tho vessel arc Loweis & Cooko, H. Hackfold & Co., Mis. T. It. Foster, Capt. W. B. Godfrey, and Capt. D, B. 1. renballow, who is aUo master. Mil. A. T. Atkinson, liiHpector General, on his Hawaii tour from which ho returned Saturday, visited the schools in North aud South Ko hala, Hamakua, and Hilo distiicls. Those in the Kohalau and Hauiakua wcie found in a highly satisfactory couditiou. In Hilo thu schools were fconiowhat demoralized, bad weather aud measles contiibuting to thai condition. A hoat from the Kinau was smash ed in tbobreakors at Onomett on the last trip. It contained four mon be sides the freight clerk, who was u new man on his first trip. Tho men were some time in tho water boforo being resoucd, and sustained them selves on empty soda water boxps. Tho freight clerk was on tho point'of giving up from exhaustion when miccor reached him. AN ELEGANT DINNER. Mr. niul Slrfl. XV. I'. nuatir(y Kit tertnln Their Friend. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Dougherty of S.m Jose gave a dinner at His Majesty's boal lionse. in honor of Hon. John A. Cummins and Capt. II. (1. Morse of tile It. M. S. Alameda. Mr. Dough erty, who is piesiilcn't of n large lumber company at San Jose, has with his wifu been doing the islands the past tno months. The dinner was the most elegant given in Hono lulu In a long time. The tables looked magnillcent, decorated as they were with llowers and ever greens, and coveted with the most tempting viands. The intcilor of the boathousc was also appropriate ly decorated for the occasion. The caterer was Mariano of the British Club, who outdid himself. Every one present had a mo3t delightful lime. Tho list of guests was as fol lows: His Majesty the King, lion. John O. Dominis, Hon. John A. and Mrs. Cummins, Miss May Cummins, Tlios. P. Cummins, Mrs. M. Kaltai, Mis. Booth, Miss Booth, Miss Moore, Capt. II. O. More, P. S. ' Pratt, Capt. Cogh Ian IT. S. S. Mohican, Capt. Lyon U. S. S. Nipsic, Lieut. Purcell, Lieut. Filletle, Paymaster and Mrs. Stephen Hand, Lieut, and Mrs. W. G. Hannuiu, Paymaster and Mrs. J. Corwin, Engineer G. McConnell, Col. G. W. Macfarlanc, Capt. II. C. Ilotuilctlo, Purser E. A. Keil, Major W. T. Seward, Mrs. and Miss Smith, Mrs. Kenncy, Miss Nelson, Gen. J. P. B. Marshall, Capt. and Mrs. Tripp, Miss Markliam, Mrs. Clarke, Capt. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson, Messrs. C. Bolte, E. C. Macfarlane, Cecil Brown, J. Mclnerny. A. T. Hartwell and S. I. Shaw. KAUAI NOMINATIONS. A convention of the electors ot the island of Kauai was held at L'i liuc, on Saturday last, for the pur pose of nominating candidates for Nobles and Representatives at the coming election. Nearly two hun pred natives and foreigners were present, who were hospitably entertained by the Hon. W. II. and Mrs. Rice. The result of the nomi nation was as follows: For Nobles G. N. Wilcox, P. P. Kanoa and Alex. McBryde. For Representa tives Lihue, W. II. Rice; Hanalei, A. S. Wilcox, Waimea, V. Knudscn. BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE. An excellent entertainment was given at the Y. M. C. A. ball Satur day evening, under the auspices of the Blue Ribbon League. There was quitcagood attendancc,Rev. II. II. Gowen presiding. Bandmaster Berger played a piano solo and was encored. Miss Evelyn Dex'.er gavo a capital recitation and Mr. II. W. Reck read a selection. The singing of the girls from the Kawai ahao Female Seminary under direc tion of Miss Patch was most enjoy able and they were deservedly en cored. General Secretary S. D. Fuller concluded the programme with astiirinjj address. PUBLIC CONCERT. The Royal Hawaiian . Band will give a public concert this evening at Emma Square commencing at 7:30 o'clock, (weather permitting.) Following is the programme : TAUT I. March Flying Colors (nw).I5iicalos3i Overture Light Cavalry Snppe Duett II Trovatore Verdi Reminiscences of Hellini Godfrey Hooheno, Knpa Loke, Olwl Xinil. TAUT II. Selection Bells of Corneville Plampiutto Fantasia--Mill In the Forest. Kilcnbnig Waltz Gypsy Baion Stianss l'olka Victoria l'mist Hawaii Ponoi. QWEETS of the Sea. lO son 1 Choice Fancy and Plain Candies of nil kinds, Bxtrn FiiioMineo Pies, Finest Ice Cream niul Cakes, Christmas frosh every dny at the i'U 1 w Cakes, Etc., "Elite." WANTED A N Knercotic, Tiustwortliy Mini ns XX. roi lector and to inn lie hlmuolf iieuerally useful in the olllcu. AddiesB, Btal ini last place and terms desired lo 'P. (). Box 400." 4i!8 tf PONY FOlt SALE BROKEN to saddle aud liarreis. Hnltable for child to ride, or for driving in phaeton. Apply at 427 lw this olllce. NOTICE. FROM and after January 1, 1800, the People's Ice & Refrigerating Co will deliver Ice for one (t) cent pei pound W. K. FOSTER, 42U 1 w Secrotary V, I, ,t it- Co. NOTICE. A I' b pei sons aro hereby forbidden to the muler-incn- 2. from oioK on tioncd lands for the purpotc of shootlnc birds aud game. The lands are the AUupuaas of iCalianlki, Moanalua, Ha. luwu, Alea, and n part of Kahuiao, tlicjo extend from tho mmmtains to the sea, boundary commencing two miles from Honolulu and ending nine. The Gov eminent road run through these binds and in most parts is Blxty feet wide. Owners of-doqs aro hereby notified that said animals aro liable to be poisoned, should they wander oft" said road. All tihooiing privileges that have been granted heretofore nre now annulled. J. I. DOWSKTT. Honolulu, Pec. IP, 188V. i'il 'iw IHART&C0. l- ".f 'nV XMAS U0L1DAY SE tORNS F. HORN'S PIONEER Steam Candy Factory, Bakery -AND- IOE OIIEA3I PARLORS Will have o:i hand ami, for side the Largest Stok and Ore test Vatluty of his line flavored decoralcd Fruit, Citron, Mi, Jelly ANbiS sroxcii; OAKfts, Piom $b00 upwind; and mi ill JP j. ss rv J3L X ID SS Of ninny descriptions; also, FANCY & PLAIN C0NFECTJ0NE.RY Great variety of Sugsir Toys & Articles, fc'or t'lirl-itmas TabliM and Tree Orna meiiN, Wax Taper, Self-Hiinpnrtiug (Hided Candle Holders, " ' Decorated -:- Christmas -f- Tre And 500 f Horn's so much nppre clntud MINCE-:-PIES AND MLNCE -:- MEAT For sale. A smnll lot of Genuine Gci'inau OIolen, Or so-called ST0LLEN U tr Please leave your orders 'early, as all the above.nnmt'il will bcsiild at the most reasonable prices and small protlts to suit the times. tSy Tho largest, ni03t pleasant, quiet est aud most comfortable Ice Crenm Parlor in Honolulu: so acknowledged by his numerous patrons. 74-ea BOTE TELEPHONES B6T74 F. HOItN, Piactical Confectioner, Puslry Cook & Ornaincnter, Hotel opposite Bethel street. 427 lOt (ON ICE) JUST RECEIVED Pcr"S.S. Australia," At The Beaver Saloon II. J. XOITfS, Proprietor. 427 at -OCISATS'IC- Steamship Compy Mi t I'OIt SAN FilANCISCO, TlicAlBtcaiiwhlp "AUSTRALIA," Will have Honolulu for the above port on Friday, Dec. 20, '89 A.T ivoorsf. For Freight or Passage, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents. 437 lw TO LET COTTAGE at Niulvale. wal, Palaina, noxt'door to V. Auld's preiuUes', con. tuining kitchen, stable, carriage house and other conveniences. .For further particular apply to 1 O.-MANAOLB, Awaroot store, MHiinalcea street. 427 lm TO LET. R OOMS FuuiUhcd.or Un d, ut No. Xo children. Kiiima strett 410 tf House & Lot For Ssi'lo I WILL sell or leiso my Dwelling IIoiiEe and Lot til icasomibic terms, tor fur. thcr particulars annlv to ltAYMOND REVES, At Waterhouse's Queea-Bt. store. Knllbl Waena, Dec 0, 1889. 419 lm Hoiihg & Lot For Sale A LOT and Cottage situated nuiuka of Bt LouIb Col. lege. Also, 1 hack, harness and S horses. For particulars .anply to 418 'Jw SAMUEL KANOE, Fre.sh Frozen IAGI0 LANTERNS A SMALL INVOICK Jnst the Thing for the Holidays -at niti: Pacific Hardware Co. J.M tf M U D :g NOW that the rainy senson is upon us, everybody wnnta a door mat Unit will he an oniHincnt at the front door, niul w-lll tlio'0"ghly do tho work icipilred of It. Thu llarinn Stall Wire M! Is jupt llio thing. It cannot become soaked by rain, as is the caBi- with ft tier mil", cunt it always keen clean. Belnu iinide of OalvaniV.eil Wire They Cannot Rust As do many of iliu wire nvits now in iifc. Tlie.v arc fur superior to and far iiiou1 duralilc tlnn fllior or rubber. Can ho bftd of Httel Wire at llinvaiism Iluvdwnro Co., Opposite Sprri'lti-ls v: Co 's Ilelik, 411 tf Tort sirrci, Ilonnlnlu. IRISH LINENS Suitable liiiy Gifts I hive jiimI icceivtd trom the manufac turers in Ireland n law niul ns-sortcd shipment of Irish Linens of all kinds. Consisting of Damask Table Cloths, In new and beautiful patterns wiih Napkins to match, from tliecheapust to the best qualities manufactured. Embroidered Handkerchiefs, In all style3 and prices guaranteed, all handwork. IRISH LAGE HANDKERCHIEFS, 4intlrini;ii'u Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, la all styles and qualities. Ladies Handkerchiefs, Of all makes and patterns, tbe finest selection ever imported. AUo, Doyley's Ttfileyiovers, Towels, &c, &c Also, a few very choice CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS, Manufactured by Maieus Ward it Co., (Limited). 40S tf W. C. (rt'ItOULdL. W. G. FISCHER'S FumouB Grand Active & Golden Anvil WROUGHT STEEL Cooking-:-Ranges Broiler and Hot Water Attachments Consuming oncthird LESS FUEL than . any other stoo In eivlstence, either wocd or coal. No Brick Work About It! Just a Clean Cut Stove! Whoxt Hiking qualities are unsur pasEed Reversible Grates ! This OraUs is of a triangular form, havini: three surfaces ihle)i aro rcversi. bio, ho that a separate top surface run be used on alternate days ; or if the one sur face in course of use bIiows any wear then the other can be tm tied up, mid so mi the other, making it equal in dura bility to llireo distinct Grates. FOIt 8AI.K I1Y TIIK' uai Fort Street, Honolulu, 410 tf Opposite SpreckclB' Hank THE HOLSTEIN BULL "THOREATJ" Will servo cows for tho next thrco months. Price, $3 to insure ut LITTLE BRITAIN, 4331111 King street. if mhz J 1 SJARK fHlfu j-'tl'r. ' 'l'"'HH . j&jEJBBmm OPINIONS OF - ON New Free Tontine Policy -OF Equitable Life Assurance Society OK TIIK rXITEI) STATICS A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY. o Trom the New Youk Timi:, June '21, 1SSD. The ICqtritablc Life Assurance Society has adopted a now form of policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay' without condi tions on the hack. fl'Voni theOiticuio Always on the alert, and over anxious to give the public tho mnit advantageous contract in life insurance, the Kquitable Life Amu ranoo So ciety of New York has, In the past, made many advances on old method and has been the means to liberalize liTc as-uirance in a greater dogree -perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new contract, the like of which lias not before been known in life insurance. From the Kkxtucky IIkoistku, Kichiiiontl, Ky., June 28, 18S1. The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to create and maiutain confidence in life assurance than any other company. Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitor. Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Kquitable, and assure their lives forthwith. ("From the Boston I'ost.1 This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. From the P.vcirtc UxiiKUwntTr.u, San Fr:uielco, July 1, 133!). J The Equitable lias already established a world-wide reputation for liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its' reputation for enterprise and progrcssiveness in dealing with the. subject of life assurance. J&3J- For full particulars call on ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. 330 lm - THE VERY NEWEST - An Decorated WEDDING niul JBCOLIDiVY PRESENTS. id Ml Sib aroware 13. 1 DILLINGHAM, President. .IAS. G.SPENCER, Manager it Secretary. &" These Goods have just been and aie being opened and placed on .is lapidly as possible. G AIT g ni IVIIiieriiy ltloolc, 'o. Jort feStruut. IMPORTERS OF FmcI, Bicliil ai American Dry mi Fancy Condi- CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC. FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Kul Gloves, Diamond Dye Black: Dose in fliliiieil k Plain. nov-27-89 LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT or lilack Spanish Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward. Ulaok Uhantilly Lace Flouncing, from $2 yaid upward. Eciu, Cream & White Oriental Flouncing, from SOels yard npwaiil. Extra Heavy (new style) Oriental Flouncing, from $1.25 yaul upward.' Dress Nets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black. Full UBhortmcnt of all shades of Caslimeie, Moirco, Satin & Gios Grain Itibbon. Velvet Rugs in all sizes just icceiwd. Rest variety in Cambric, Swiss & Naiiihook Embroideries at. 33. JT. JStiLJJEJELtS Ac CO. 0 gjST Dressmaking Department under tho management of MISS CLARK. CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS, JOHN GRACE, SOLE MANUFACTURERS FURIFIEIl" SARSAPAMLL A and IR03ST WATER, AI.RO Gingor Alo, Sarsaparilla, Lomon, Cream & Plain Soda. tar ciA.stxAciNaa cite. e gjgr ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE jgff oi iciis o hxukhcx si Mutual Telephone 330 -ia-o-j- Bell Telephone 298 VIulaml ordern promptly attended to. nov8'80-(m J. E. GOMES, Has removed to Molucrny lllook, wliere he is prepared to execute in Ural class stylo all nrdem eutrustedto him. Watcli Work & Diamond Setting A Specialty. Do not fail to call and examine his ele gant assort ment of 3BColily : GJooclMj, Consisting of the latest styles in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c - THE - PRESS TIIK TIIK - Ixvkstioatou I LATEST GOODS roii - 1 L. WINTER, Treasurer. received from America and Europe, exhibition in the Upstairs Art Room, aug-3-88 : : Proprietor. of "THE GREAT 1JLOOD Wenner&Go. Have just opened 'out a large now btock of Holiday Goods, coinpiibing: Set and Unset Diamonds, Riooohea, Earrings, Rracolets, llungles, Lace, and Scarf 1'iiiB, Rings of tho very latest designs, Ladies' and Gcnta' Cold and Silver Watches and Watch Chains, Ladios Fob and Vest Chains, Clocks, lteautiful Silverware, ic.,'c. S0" Pi ices within the reach of 11. Ill llll m Wares Oo v 5i -A -! a j