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Nino water companion
A woman In Now York fiirnlMirfl lovo
loiters ill $1 apiece.
The Im-Kccl illmnoml found In I ho
Butith African iiiIiim wi-lulii 180 carats
nml la valued nt $200,000.
Tim ilcnooiiPKH-fl of northern Germany
havo Blurted n homo for spinsters, or, ns
they cnll It, for "Miindlnir nltmo ladles."
Tho distance between the rows of irold
lnco on n German ndn 'mi's sleeves must
bo .27C20 of nn Inch neither moro nor
A great deal of tho human hair of com
merce In England eonioii from CV.'.toii,
Clilim, iiinl U In Urn Irom tho hearts of
bepgnrn, criminal'! mill corpses.
Tho H. heat gold mine in thti wnild Is
tlioAfoimt Mui'i'aii in New Onuth 'Wales.
Gold oivnrsUu ml . (Vvinntiuns in which
it has never hitl.oito heun rrcny.iissud.
Tho ciijfiiicr on n locomotive near
Gr&n Cove Spi'lii;;. Fin., recently
caught two jiailtlilr"J in his lunula out
ol u covey while flying through the cab.
A farmer at. Chico, Cab, baa train"'!
catfl to catch yopiiors, nlnl protects his
grass fields by thii means. Mo couaideia
hia felines worth $50 npieco for thin pt'i1
pose. A Uaii I'Vaneiwo iiml"rtii!ior has fitted
op a larj;o and handsome film r.il parlor
where funerals may bu held. Ituin
tended to meet tho needs of families who
livo in hotclH, ore. j
The now nutonuUli machine nowutod '
for stamping in Ihu Now York loitoAlt'o
will cancel, postmark, count and staik!
tho letters and postal earda at the latoof
about 25,000 per hour. ,
A "farmer of St. llilaire. in the .louse, I
has elected u model of the Eiffel tower (
as :i muniimeut over the yraxe of bin
parents. It i.i twenty-five feet Iryli and '
in tsuruionutcd'by a iwa.
The munieipality of Genoa hast, it is
reported, consented to rejtoro tho honso
in which Christopher Cohtmbuu lived.
It ia rapidly falling into decay and haw
long stood in need of repair.
A lawsuit, begun 200 years ago, has
just been decided by tho imperial courts
atLeipslc. It was between the city of
Lubeck and Mecklenburg, and concerned
tho possession of lands on tho river
Ink stains can readily bo removed
from the fingers with tho bead of a
parlor match. Moisten tho ink stained
spot and rub it gontly with tho bead of
the match, keeping tho skin wot so that
it will not be bnrncd.
Ten years ago China had almost a
monopoly of tho English tea market, but
now India and Ceylon furnish 50 per
cent, of tho quantity consumed. Tha
India and Ceylon teas ore said to bo
stronger than tho Chinese.
A young man in Savannah tried to
pay his street car fare with a $100 bill.
Tho conductor, stopping the car, went
into n store and got the bill changed,
giying the young man a shotbag full of
silver, amounting to $.9t).!Vi.
Two hundred "years ago Sir-Wiiiiam
Petty predicted that in tile Nineteenth
century Loudon would contain l,000,('0l)
inhabitants. Ic is computed that before
tho end of llio ceuhuy the metropolis
proper will hold its r.,()D0.0()O.
can btimui olfi'tnl hlhl fffltMRM lot n
cotitiMjiif lH-Uiri in this wiiwtry, niid
Hint lie ilwllti1 tlm offer.
William l H nlhworlli, of UlrTrlnnd.
Iim ulvi v-Tokki for n wnr I r smrli in
tllO iluftpltlll lllfttl lO lll llMrttrtl lo Uh
care of Meh and dlwihlwl children.
One of lli florlm in lite navy piy of
flco In Han I'nmultoo la l'l. Atilonlo
FrnnutMii Clomoa. Ho in n Parnv, nml
wlion In India bin tiamo was ltnstnmjeo
Col. North, 'Mho tiltrato Iting," wai
thrown from JiWltiimi at Kllham, Kiik
land, lecontly. Both Ikhhn or hli rlrhl
foroarm wum broken mill lio received a
A Idler received at thu Now Hnvon
nostoftlco. addred-ied to "M. Twain, Pun-
villo, Conn.," win promptly forwarded
to tho person for whom it wiw Intended,
Dr. .1. T. ltothrock, of West. Cheater.
Pa., lias been awavdedn silver medal for
his photograph of American Uve ox
hibited in tho roix-itry division of the
Parlfl exposition. x
Ilcrtwell P. Flower, who ia one of tho
weaUliii'ut men in (Amjii uu, Ih paid by a
Wiiilrin ;ton cn- poudi nl lo go ttboiit
in tho nbitbhieit of vehicles a rlckoty
and worm eat.'ii carriage.
Capl. Si. .1. MeKlnlov, of Mason City
la., was pinhahlyuuoof ihonunt numer
ously shot moil mi'i v,?od in tho war. lie
has had 111 pieces of bone takiin fiom
hid body, and altlion'h coutiiinally buf
feting paiu be it Uw picture of health.
Manager .1. G. H. Kelley. of the Mo
noltgaliela house, Pitt.murg. baa one of
tho liwH coiuplet J i 'llectioni of watches
in this country, it is claimed t h.it every
watch in the collection in moro than 100
years old an.l all aro in running order.
Bonawa Flood's wealth has bwngueoj
ed at all the way from 10.000,003 to .,",-
000,000. Tho executors of the will iv
! cently pottled accounts with the court
and asked to b? discharged. The total
value of the estate wan found to bo .?,
itn Imti tba Imf llr iA Ih jwr.
A wl it 4i fiit -nH
twx ta ttxtt nOwn, Iim uw r,
Ahttr"l -"iwi ) art '
OM m mid rrhm-Miltw flm nmt
IWf bmta, Uxw lino oki n -
WHhli tire mMhlM pht Ihn) mwl,
AM) 'tnttn ll lmtlM Mr limy llwl-
'Oir Ini ' llmt Mltl mil rhmT in
Ah! ho IlK' nM ImIIi mr r"".
Ami hw Imw Inst ihWr iqiliwhir.
(tut Mill unwml tlm riiMri nr.
lli win- lint wtillo -of "wilier iLiyn"
ItwtnMii 111 lulr lemlrr.
A Kl .ImiM III (lornl lmMlfWint
TALES OF THE TURF.
John V. , Young, sou of Urigham
Young, is prto.ujnt of the Utah Central
Governor Carillo, of thu state of
Chihuahua, in JlIe;dco, is arranging for
the cunbtrm ', ) of a nauow gango rail
road from Chihuahua loGuymas. on tho
Experiments aie now in progress to
test thu geological structure of the tea
bed upon which it is piopobod to con
struct the railway bridgo aero&s tho En
Tho number of employes on all tho
railroads of tho country amounts to 700,
000. There are 1,518 different railroad
corporations, and tho total mileage of
these railroads is 150,400 miles.
Extensivo experiments with an elec
tric locomotive search light which would
enable an engineer to seo obstructions
on the track half a mile away have been
made on ono of tho eastern roads.
An air brake instruction train, which
haa been making a tour of tho Pennsyl
vania Southwest lines, recently com
pleted its long run on tho Pittsburg di
vision,, 4,000 trainmen having received
instruction from it.
Tho railway mnilservico of the United
States has during the past two and n
lialf years been increased at a most won
derful rate. Fully 25,500 miles of new
road were added. Tho greater number
of now routes was in tho west.
QUEER AND CURIOUS.
A dolLftt Leipsio writes legible letters
A school teacher at Bernevillo, Piu, ia
but 13 years of ago.
Catting off a wife's noso is n favorite
inodo of punishment by jealous hus
bands in India.
A colored woman has sued a Texas
newspaper for $100 damages for having
spoken of her as a white woman.
In soino of tho English law courts tho
Bible is wrapped in a clean piece of
paper before being handed to a witness.
Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, of Telfair
county, Ga., have an 8-months-old son
who can walk and talk and weighs 68
A French attorney was writing out a
brief. Ho was in spleudid health and
wub writing rapidly when all at once he
stopped, and from that moment could
not tell his own name. Memory went
out from 1dm like a flash of lightning.
The thieo joekoys having thu largest
number of winning mounts during 1800
were Bergon, Hamilton mid Taylor.
The famous paucis Johnston, 2:00; Hal
Pointer, U.09J mid Buffalo Girl, 2:12J,
mo all owned in Buffalo, New York.
It is reported that Electioneer has lost
200 pounds of flesh in tho last few
months, and thoso employed at Palo
Alto fear ho will novcr do servico again.
It is said that "Pittsburg Phil," the
well known turf plunger, has won $500,
000 in tho last six years. His earnings
for the season of 1600 are quoted at
The western racing circuit next year
may have another addition, as it ib pos
sible that thero will bo a race meeting
hold in Cleveland. A number of enthu
siasts there have decided to make the
Johnny Campbell looks sad and says
little every timo Tournament wins a big
stake by n sixteenth of a mile. Ho could
have bought tho great colt for $10,000 in
the spriug, but, as ho puts it, "was tout
ed off him" by a' friend.
Tho death of Vigilant removed an
other old "timer from tho NeW Jersey
tracks. While never a remarkably re
liable performer, ho generally managed
to pnll his backers out of any holo into
which ho plunged them.
A pporiing authority Bays: "Nel.son
has broken bii record iivo times thid
year, and has now efitablibhed a reputa
tion tecoad lo none. Ho oujjhL to bo"ro
in.'itatod, as his lecent work nliovt him
to be beeral i.eeoi:ds faster than Al-
Joo Tkomption, the well known Aus
tralian (.porting man, who m.ido his tL.-t
money uiahy yearn ago by his ovm Don
Juan, who won the Ballarat cup and
:!0,000 besides, intends to establish a
new race ccnuo nt Lan Fiani-ij.co. He
lias $2oO.()00 to invest in tlm enterprise,
' ho says. '
THE GENTLER SEX.
I Mrs. Elizabeth Pc-iboJy, the noted
, philanthropist of Boston, in very feeble
I physically, but her mind is Rtill bright
Louise Montague, tho former Foro
paugh "$10,000 beauty," has created a
decided sonsatiou in religious circles in
San Francisco by joining church and de
voting herself entirely to works of piety
Under tho firm name of Elita et Cio,
the Misses Barrett, daughters of Wilson
Barrett, tho tragedian, have entered tho
ranks of f ashionablo dressmakers in Lon
don, and in ft short time havo secured a
Dr. Julia Brink, a medical writer of
some note, is tho first woman to bo hon
ored by receiving from tho British Medi
cal association, of London, 20 to defray
tho expense of publishing a physiological
treatise on tho nutrition of tho 'muscles.
Lady Florence Dixio, tho famous Eng
lish woman, has a boyish head, covered
with short, wavy hair that has threads
of gold in it. She has bold features,
fine eyes and a brilliant complexion.
Sho is a noted horsewoman, using a cross
Mrs. Ruth Rowell, of Bethel, Vt., a
descendant of Hannah Duston, has an
old linen towol that she asserts Hannah
Duston wrapped the sculps she took in.
Upon tho towel are inscribed tho names
of each person who bos, by inheritance,
possessed tho relic.
Brighton, Htiglaiid, U greatly oxer
ciftod us to tho Identity of alwmd nf throe
itinerant munlrluiw who k!vi a perform
ance every evening on the King's Walk,
tho fashionable promon-ide. Theu
young moil uiv mill to Ik doing n Ire
iticndnun tm Itiww. iillhough Uiey have
to depend e l.iivly o-i tho volunteer con
trlbulinmof llio crowd that iiBMMnhliM
to hear them.
The llntrouji wan mndo when it leaked
mil that one of the number was a young
lord and the rent of llio Iroupo was com
p.Kisl of members of the high aristoc
racy. They h.ivo eluded all questions lis
to who they are, aud have so far pre
served their lnco piito, though it is said
that tho other night a well known stock
broker who moves In the best kucIiiI
circles Mteeee.led in piercing the tnyH
tery with which thoy havo enshrouded
theniiolvi's aud recognized one of the
An an inducement to keep their secret
it is said they told him tliey wuro sim
ply coining umnoy aud were fast becom
ing tho rage. In faet, pjoplo aro begin
ning to consider tltosa residents outside
tho pale of fashionable Fociety under
whoso windows or before wIuho doors
the baud ofMhe "niyster.ous ones," as
they are -filled, does not sing.
The stock in li ado of tk- young men
consists simply of n pi tna v .rt, by
means of which itise. ,lv moved from
place to pl.ice. The i. icioud three
are altendel by a amart youth, who n
dressed in a milt of livery, an 1 i i w.iumi
bhiny black h-it ia fixed a . uulo and a
badge, to which there ia very little doubt
he is not entitled, and it is he who pilot!
thu cart and tho trio through tho crowd
ed ntreels. Meantimo one-half of Brigh
ton is beginning to find out who the
members of thu party really are, while
tho other half winks knowingly and pre
tends to have tho information, but lo
tuses to divulge it. Washington Star.
C TRADE I
MAM I M II III I IIT -
OAHHBRSMITH & FED,
I IH MCTTICI! HT.
Hllll I'Mlltl'lNI'M, I I rillll'llllllH.
Choice Ws for tic Holidays
-st iTAiii.r nut-
ftililini & uoiifliiy Gifts
I huve jut ncelved a huge aoitint'Ht
of New (loud" soluble for ucdillim and
h'.llil.iv gilt", I'ourNtllig of lite fullnw
In all sl.les and qmillltes;
In the newest paltern;
A((6f 00.1 ha 0' ids,
Siherwaii'. Silver Jewehy,
Silver Miiiinipit lunet,
Mlvur Mouuti'il I'mbtelhis.
t)nv Mnnlnl 'liH'k,
(lold IViik it 1'oiiclK
l-'llH? I.J-lltlU'P Jcixl-
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
OEBQARtt CLO ! HS,
In Silk .t LiiiiMi,
I.iiiu'ln on Cloth,
Fancy l.liten t'lolh In set.,
D nusK Table C5oths,
In all sl.-s with Napkins to ni.ileh
ili'oigu. etc., elo , etc.
IIIO llllfel f "111
aie jiii 'I'lnli'i'il
7-J0 If XV
I'd" sue all Imported by
the niMiuifin'tin erf ami
lo give sitlsftiuttmi o
16V" Catalogue sent to nnv address fiee
0S3.Msl1 oiders pminptly and care
tJfDliiinonilR and I'lecious Stones
mouiitid In ihe lnlet styleM.
ii i n '
raw re wi.s j
Mclnnrny Hall, : : Fort Street.
New Engravings, Photogravures,
THE VKHY LATKST IN
k i M X lull i
Tin) Ttmo for Nutting I'arllfs.
Have you been nutting yet? It is the
most bewitcliing, delightful, bracing,
glorious little outdoor pastime in the
world. It requires no skill, no outfit ex
cept n pretty outing suit, and all can
take part in it. Tho frost has turned
tho maple leaves red, tho elm trees rus
sot and tho chestnut woods a glorious
yellow brown, and with a merry party
of kindred spirits spirits of jollity every
ono start for tho woods, for the woods
away, to gather tho pretty heart shaped
chestnuts from out tho prickly coats that
surround them as they lio upon tho
Pointed sticks nro needed by the fair
ones to rake over tho dead leaves and
bun's, and heavy canes must bo carried
by tho men for the beating of low, treas
ui o laden boughs. Lest not sufficient
nuts thould havo fallen to tho ground an
ebony Meicury, or oven a white one.
provided ho will attend to business,
bhonbl be taken along to climb tho
trees and shako them Littlo camp files
may bo lighted ami heaps of thu diet
nuts thrown on. Cover tlm nuts with
I dead leave.! anil leave them to smolder
and li.il.-e for half an hour. A woodland
limclifon is very romantic, Lut a nice
hot supper at a hostelry will be found
cleaner and more comforting after the
chilly tramp in the woods. Oh, nutting
parties', are lots of fuu. But don't go
nutting Sundays. New York World.
r.Inmiril liy a Miinliic Cruu.
Threo maniac wamen, whoso minds
had been turned by the raging southern
fever, paced tho deck of tho Philadel
phia schooner A. P. Nowell when sho
was sighted on Oct. 31 by tho Italian
bark Leon Pancaedo while on her voyage
from Capo Town to New York. Tho
muhtcr of tho vessel, Capt. Hunting,
asked tho Italian for two men to help
him into port, which was peremptorily
refused, as no volunteers from tho crew
offered their services.
The Nowell sailed from Georgetown,
S. C, on Oct. 20 for Philadelphia with
lumber, having loaded bur cargo near
the dreaded swamps. When the Italian
smallboat camo alongside of tho schooner
only one man of tho latter's crow could
talk. Souio were pacing tho deck with
fovor, while others were too weak to get
out of their berths. All were haggard
and worn, and on tho verge of insanity,
Nothing was done for tho unfortunates,
and the bark cailed away, leaving tho
miserable biifferers to their fate.
Tho Nowell is reported to havo passed
tho capes in tow. Philadelphia Record.
Is called to tlm large stock of
Now on bund and to airive on the
They comprinc everything to be had in
many various lines.
OK ALT, KINDS,
Infttlllblo for renewing, Invigorating nnd
beautifying the hair, removing tcurf, dandruff,
and nit offcctlouB of tho ecalp, and curing erup
tions of the Bktu, diseases of the glands, muscles
and Integument", and relieving stings, cuts, I
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho nfllnlty between the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
hair which draws Its sustenance from this triple
envelop Is very closo. All diseases of tho hair
originate In tho skin of the head. If tho pores
jof the scalp aro clogged, or If the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with molstiiro and
impart life to the fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, gray ncss, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and en tiro bald.
ncss, as tho case may be. Stimulate tho Bkln to
healthful action with Uarry'a Trlcophcr-
ottn, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
acthlty, will annihilate tho disease. In all
affections of tho ekiu nnd of the substrata of
muscles and Integuments the process and tho
effect are tho same. It Is upon tho skin, the
muscular fibre, nnd tho glands that Hnrry'u
Trlcopliorous has Its specific action, and
in all affections and Injuries of theso organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Count orfolu.
From tho Oreitcst Living Prima Donna,
Uuduiuo Adcliua Pattl-Nicoltnl,
Montevideo, July SOth, 1888,
Messrs. Bahclay & Co., Now York.
JleurSirt: I takonlcusuro In announcing to
you that lUnitY's Fumuda WatebIs ono of tho
few urticica niwnys to no rouuu on my urcsslngB
cao. In my conception It 1 ono of tho best of R
llilic), nuiviot uuu tut uiv uunnwinuut umy KlV
Hctoiie, but refreshing and invigorating. 1
recommend it without reserve.
A largo tnvolco of which lias been received direct from the manufacturers.
GttfiF & M Ice tats & Refrigerators,
nnmiKij nosi:, sprinklhiw and
HUSK KEELS, STOVES & TINWARE.
A NEW INVOICE Ex "EDWARD MAY."
Paints, Oils, Viiraislies, Luliricaliiii Oils, "J?-
AS?" During occupation
out at special I'aU'.s.
of temporary quarters, lines are licinp; cIohoiI
tSS New GooiIh expected hy the "Australia.
PACIFIC MRDA!!i CO., LI,
738 tf Temporary OIHce in Mclncrny Block, Fort street.
CO UN I
terlii SilTDrjlitMl Ware,
Mouuti'il In GiiW & Silver,
Klc, Ktc.. Kte.. Kle.
HGLUSTER & CO.,
Will. (i. Irwin Cipy,
orrr.K von sale
ES?" Stiii e will In oiM'ii evening-.
two week pri'iiiii n ' lirKlnins.
H. F. -A'iChMAN.
VjUuuuv.iui ;-,-!tii ..
IC-.liiinHo Oiven on lick,
it Wonileu ltnlliliiigs.
NKKI'rt FOR SALR
Brick, Lime, Commit, Planter of Paris,
Miiiblo DinI. Wlte I,n b,
California Norlh Beaoh & Sanla
Quarry Tiles Oxli reil, wlille null blue;
Million, Hustle anil ICiieaustie Tiles in
various patterns, nil kinds of Drainage
B2T Ofkiok Southeast comer Ala
kea ami Queen streets.
Mutual -a TELEPHONES Eg1' Bell 351
11OTI0I, & FORT STREETS.
PfltAFflNC f'A .N! CO.'S
COMPOUND i and ROOFING,
ill Sis. k r,ipe Covering, all sizes.
DUOK & OnLANBT'B
lligb Grada Chemical Caue Manur
ER I CO.,
MEN YOU HEAfl OF.
Gen. Sherman Is miiil to know how to
ehttko liamla better than uny American
In public life.
Professor Bwin nays, "1 ehull bo glad
of tbo dawn of tho day when every mill
inter lias u muoutli face." '
Roscoo Conkling'rt memory Mill Uvea.
Hlatjravo near Utlcu in bedeclied wltli
floworn by iovintf JiuihIh,
Mr. John B. Hodman, of Hmldtmfleld,
N, J luw in IiIh ikmkumIoh iiu ttuiorpU
letter of King Louis I'lillipiKj.
Quo. Uouluitger liuluw that un Aiflcri-
Mrs. Qeorgo Gould never uses powdor
In any form, und lioneo her faeois some
what shiny ut times. Sho drives i pair
in the park with her hands down, just
like a man u difficult feat for a woman.
Blanche Willis Howard, the novelist,
was recently married at Stuttgart to
Dr. Teufel, court physician. For tho
past fow years Miss Howard has chaper
oned young women studying music and
The Countess Tolstoi, who is a beauti
ful nnd accomplished woman, is unusu
ally fond of gay society, but to please
her eccentric husband she bravely denies
herself social pleasures, and acts as pri
vate secretary to the novelist.
Tho drop of colored blood in the voms
of Mile. Jeanuino Dumas, tho only un
married daughter of tho younger Du
mas, shows more conspicuously in her
complexion und features than it does in
that of her illustrious father, who is
only uu octoroon. '
Mrs, Liveriiiorosays that her husband
Is a Hepiiblicau, while she Is a Prohibi
tionist! Iiu is it protectionist, while Miv
is a free trader; he Ims a jkiw in nun
church, mid ulin in imotheri lie liiwnnu
doctor, she miutheri mid yet they uro
happy and harmonious.
A Curious Caso of SomnumbulUiu.
The Hartwell (Ga.) Sun relates this
curious cobu of somnambulism; "A little
boy in Hartwell, aged 13 years, walks in
Ids sleep frequently. In the front yard
of his father's house is a largo rose bush,
and whenever he walks in his sleep iio
gets up, takes a pillow and quilt or cov
erlet off the bed and carries them to the
roso bush and spreads them down under
neath that. 'A fou nights ago the writer
waa thero. Tho little boy was lying on
his bed asleop, but tho family had not
retired. While wo wore conversing tho
boy got up nnd pulled a coverlet und
pillow off tho bod. Wo svero told to
watch him. Ho walked out of the door
und straight to tho roso busli, where ho
deposited the pillow and covorlot. His
mother called to him und told him to
bring them back in the house. Ho
obeyed, aud lay down on the. ued with
out ever awaking, Uo has done tills
Cburcb Afjulntt the Ulcycle.
ft remained for Newark to put itself
on record in opposition to tho bicycle. A
lively war lias been raging there for
some weeks now because u clergyman of
a popular church rides a bicycle in the
morning for his health. Ho says that
he cannot affoid to hiro u horso on thu
ouo hand, and that lio is troubled with
corns on the other. The only medium
which lie can embriiat is thu bieyclo
Thero havo been two extended debates
between the preacher und tho congrega
tion. Thus far tho congregation scums to
be nhcuil, us thero are strong Indications
that the pastor will bo obliged either to
give up his bicycle lidliig or to with
draw fioui the church Tho bicycle has
been slated In Newark us uu iustruiiieiit
of ovil, Nuiv Vork Sun.
WYE Git ASS
Ladies ! special attention Ladies !
We desiro to announce that wo havo received per last S. S. "Australia" and
"Zenlandia," a very large nnd varied stock from Europo mid
tho States, especially adapted for this market.
Latest Novelties! Latest novelties.!
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in latest patterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & 1UBBONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
Lijtdlieu Underwear. EtidL Glovesr
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & BEST'KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for $2 a
jF Got your Kid Gloves at, the "Temple of Fashion." J
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full assortment.
HOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo aisf-ortmont of Xnias Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED & KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Etc.
LADIES', FINE TOILEL' SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
6. EHRSJCH & CO.,
Corner Hotel- & Fort Streets.
No. 92 FORT ST.,
'Arc now showing a Largo Now
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, conipi iblnj Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangle',
Lace ami Scarf Plus, Rings,
Ladies1 and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches ami Watch
Chains, Native. lowolry, Clock",
Silverware, Gold Headed Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
iQy Prices within thu reach
of all. Give us a cull. 728 1m
Win. G. Irwin President fe Manager
Glaus Sprcekols Vice-President
Secretary it Treasurer
Theo. O. Poller Audltoi
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
VIVS WEW YISA.JK.
FAT COItN-FKD 5 0
t&- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
No. oa SPort 8troot
CASTLE & COOKE,
i jsiro icrjci:ite.
A.iicl JL .ovii-
Aro icbpcclftilly invited In cxtiiiiiuo
that now on sale by
I. H. WILLIAMS k CO.,
(Successor to O. E. Williams),
105 Fort St, : : Honolulu.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Plantation & insurance agents,
AlllCNTH UK THIS
ic KioauiD uimi
Ol Nun Fi'piiii'Iim. 4'ul.
Selected by Mr.
II. II. Williuins
.VllilU'U, IMIHI' (llfCI! HI,
Tel up Iiu uu No, 00,
In San Frnurim). Ladies ami Gun
tluiiicn will Und in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
I'or generations lo count, anil very
j suitable for
HIHTIIDAV or HKIDAL
gftri,nW iiiviiivim lulu))' ii'ii'ivnl,
i noil iiioio on Ihn way by sail itiul
I oUum. 7111 lilt
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', MiicbinisU' & Plumbers' TooIb,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, PuitiUt, Cils, Varnishes, ljunp Goods and
. oiitiirjil JMLer-csIiOWuliw1:.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. iayno & Sons Family MsdtcliM.
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