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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTKlt OCTOBER 1. 1892.
Lrtjavo Honolulu.. .0:16
Arrlvo Honolulu .8:35
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:15 1:45 1:35 t
0:57 2:57 5:35t
10:13 3:43 C:42t
11:55 4:55 0:50 t
Prarl Oitv Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:10S ....
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:48 ....
Loavo Pearl Oity..(l:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcoptod. Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxcoptcd.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
11Y C. J. LYONS.
2 P S
8 20 (! 00 0 SO
8 SO 7 10 1 00
10 60 0 00 2 00'
11 30 10 10 3 2C,
11 BO 10 60, 4 60,
'12 00' 0 00' 8 Ml
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Piro Police will hold n moot
ing this ovouing.
0. J. McCarthy is to bo found in
an ofllco over Sprockols' bank.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woathor
cloudy; wind, frosh northeast.
Long ovoniug Kid Gloves at $2.50
a pair, at Sachs' storo, 10-i Fort stroot.
A notico from tho poundmastor
tolls of threo stray animals by him
0 01 10 21
G 01 11 22
6 02 ....
6 03 3 37
Klr.it Quiutcr of tho moon on tho 23d nt 31i.
42m. a. in..
Tlmo Wlilstlo blows nt Hi. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the samo as 12h. Oin.
0s. p.m. of urccnwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THUESDAY, FEB. 23, 1893.
Thubsiiay. Feb. 23.
Tho officers of tho Daily Bullotin
Publishing Company are announced
Chief Justico Judd will ontortain
tho football toning at a dinner Satur
Foreign jurors aro required to at
toud at Circuit Court term at i):30
A member of tho Councils said
tho other day that "every day will bo
"Tho lato" prefixed to tho name
of Mrs. Thomas Brown in an item
yesterday was an error. That lady
is in tho land of tho living.
Frank Forroira, tho famous Hono
lulu runaway catchor, returned by
tho S. S. Australia, yesterday, with
his medals dangling from his coat
R. Schreibor alias Chips was dis
charged this afternoon on a charge
of malicious injury in destroying a
boat belonging to Goo. Bockloy.
Tho evidence was insufficient.
SDRELY NOT THIS.
Absolute Carpetbag.Rule Threat
ened on Hawaii,
Perhaps It Is One of the Things Mr.
Thurston Wants Disbelieved.
Tiiuiwpay, Feb. 23.
Stmr Hawaii for Mnui and Hamakua ports
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kiniui for Mani and Hawaii at 2 p in
Vessels in Port.
H 1 J M S Kon-go,
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
USB Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
USB Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
HUMS Garnet from Alcopulco
Am bk Coylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Babel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-mastcd schr Tacora, Thorton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Livor-
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USS Ranger, from San Francisco
USU Adams, from San Francisco
Am bktne W H Dimond, Kelson, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Haw bk It P Kithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Tho annual meeting of tho Y. W.
C. T. U. will bo hold at tho Y. M. C.
A. at 3 o'clock on Friday. Mrs.
Loavitt will address tho mooting.
Tho social has boon postponed.
L. J. Levey offers for sale shares
of stock and real estate, particular
ized elsowhoro. This is a good
chance to bo forehanded for the
promised boom iu property of all
Stevens, the sailor belonging to tho
Matilda, whoso body was found at
the bottom of tho bay yesterday
afternoon by a diver, was buried
from tho Station at 7 o'clock yester
An annex has boon built to tho
Opera House for tho accommodation
of guests at tho farewell reception
to Captain G. C. "Wiltse, lato of tho
U. S. Cruiser Boston, to bo given to
R. Stone, monibor of tho National
Guard, who shot a policonian on the
night of Feb. 17 in tho Pantheon
Saloon, was committed to the Cir
cuit Court for trial by Police Magis
trate Foster this aftornoon.
A sailor was brought ashoro from
tho whaling bark William Bayliss on
Tuesday afternoon, as being out of
his head. He was examined by Drs.
Peterson and McWayne and com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum.
Mrs. Mary Clement Loavitt will
lecture this evening at the Y. M. C.
A. hall at 7:30 o'clock on Madagas
car. An admission foe of fifty cents
will be charged. Tho proceeds will
be for tho benefit of tho W. C. T. U.
A Washington despatch of Febru
ary 13 contains tho following fore
cast of what tho Hawaiian Islands
aro promised as an improvement (?)
on tho limited monarchy system:
An outline of tho treaty that is
likely to bo submitted shows that
tho Secretary of Stato as woll as tho
Hawaiians havo thoroughly consid
ered all the objections to annexation
and done their best to moot them.
To begin with, tho islands aro not
to havo solf-govornment, but aro to
bo governed by a Govoruor and a
Board of Commissioners to bo se
lected by tho President, bj and with
tho advice and agreement of tho
Senate. No privileges of citizenship
aro to bo conferred in tho treaty,
and all contract laborors now on tho
islands, or who camo to the
islands as such, are not to bo con
sidered as residents of tho United
States nor outitled to tho privileges
of residents after annexation.
Special provisions aro to bo mado
for municipal as woll as Territorial
govornmont, and except iu thoso
particulars tho Torritory is to bo
put on the same footing as tho
United States Territories. Thoso
clauses aro of tho utmost impor
tance, for they take tho franchise
out of tho hands of tho natives and
prevent Chinoso, Japanese and Por
tuguese contract laborers coming
into tho Unitott btates.
Tho question of a judiciary is not
yet settled, but tho Commissioners
seem satisfied iu the belief that their
own Supremo Judges, who aro all
first-class mon, will bo continued in
office. Tho Administration will send
tho treaty to tho Senate anil leave
the next House to carry out tho do
tails. Tho Provisional Government
is to remain in power until that is
ANOTHER MARINE TRAGEDY.
Arrival of the Powerful Japanese
A Japanese warship was signaled
this forenoon. Most people jumped
to tho conclusion that it was tho
. Hi Yoi, sister to tho training ship
Kon-go now in port. As tho visitor
approached, however, she wa3 soon
to bo none of your old-fashioned
A beautiful steol cruiser was the
craft that appeared off tho harbor
ontrauco and saluted the Hawaiian
flag. She reminded everj'ono who
saw hor of the U. S. S. Charleston,
the mutual resemblanco being suffi
cient for twin ships. Tho stranger
Sroveu to bo i. 1. J. M.'s cruiser
aniwa. A Bulletin reporter went
on board to obtain hor report, and
was courteously accorded tho follow
The Naniwa loft Yokotsh, Japan,
on Fob. 8th on a cruise, and had
f)leasant woathor to'port. She was
aunohod in 1885, and is of steol; hor
length is 298Jft., breadth 4n.9ft dis
placement 8.G51, horsepower 7500,
speed 18.7 knots. She carries two
2bcm, six 15c and 12 machine guns,
and has a complement of 31G mon.
Tho following ia a list of officers:
Navigating Lieutenant H. Saka
moto. Chief Doctor Ishikawa.
Torpedo Lioutonaut Araki.
Gunnery Lieutenant S. Saka
moto. Chief Engineer Hara.
Chief Paymaster Takonouchi.
Tho Govornmont field battery re
turned tho salute of the Naniwa
from tho Kakaako battery esplanade.
Tho Naniwa will mako a stay of
three weeks. Sho is anchored on tho
Ewa sido of tho Kon-go. Hor visit
has uo connection with the political
Tho Hawaiian Railroad Company
have elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: C. L. Wight,
President; W. C. Wilder, Vice-President;
S. G. Wilder, Secretary; C. J.
Falk, Treasurer; W. F. Allen, Audi
tor. M. Mclnomy has an eloquent pre
sentation to-day of two oxcellont
linos of goods. For gentlomen who
love comfort in their underwear
there is nothing to oxcol Scrivon's
patent elastic seam drawers ana tno
"Joan" under garments.
A Chinaman was arrested this
morning on a charge of vagrancy.
Tho Mongolian was seen by an offi
cer on tho city front trying to snake
off a box which did not belong to
him. He waa in tho act of putting
tho box in a wheelbarrow when
Taylor, reported yesterday as
being a stowaway on tho S. S. Aus
tralia, was taken to the Police Sta
tion whore ho gave tho namo of J.
B. Harrington. His companion
stowaway gave tho namo of Fred
Williams. If not returned by tho
same steamer, according to law,
they will bo confined in Oahu Jail.
A sailor from one of tho U. S. war
vessels in port was arrested yester
day aftornoou on tho city front un
der tho influence of liquor and taken
to the Station for safe keeping. Be
fore boing taken in ho throw some
of his money into the sea. At the
Station ho resisted arrest, because,
ho said, it was Washington's birth
day and this was a froo country.
At sunset last ovoniug was a fino
sicht at tho city front. In hauling
down tho numerous flags on the war
ships in port, tho Kon-go led, tho
rest iu tho following order: Boston,
Alliance, Mohican and Garnet. Tho
lattor vessel's flags woro badly tan
glod'in tho rigging, and it was ton
minutes before men aloft had dison
taugled them from tho fororigging.
Finding of the Body of a Sailor From
tho Bark Mtftilda.
Tho bark Matilda, Captain Svon
son, lumber laden, arrived from Port
Blakely on Tuesday and anchored
in tho stream. Later in tho day she
docked bow foremost at Allen & Ro
binson's wharf. In tho ovoning some
of tho crow became boisterous, two
of them Godfrey and Stevens bo
ing particularly wild. It appeared
that they had boon drinking liquor,
and in tho evening tho two sailors
aroused tho mato of tho vessel, and
ordered him with tho rest of tho
crew off tho vessol.
Captain Sveuson reported at tho
Police Station and Captain McGurn
and threo officers of tho police force
went down to tho bark. As thoy
woro ascending tho plank loading to
tho vessel tho two sailors began
firing chunks of wood at them. Tho
mate, Mr. Conly, in tho meantime
had swam around the vessel and
boardod hor on tho stem. Godfro'
and Stovoiis wero surprised and
Godfrey was pinioned. Stovens es
caped and nothing more was soon of
aim for tho rost of tho night.
Early yesterday morning the bay
in tho vicinity of tho vessol was
dragged, but nothing camo to light.
At 3 o'clock iu tho afternoon a
diver from tho Marino Railway went
down and brought up tho body of
Stevens, which was found lying iu
tho mud at tho bottom of tho ba'.
Parts of tho faco and arms woro
marked, as if bittou by crabs and
small fishes. There was a wound in
tho back of the head. Tho body was
convoyed to tho Police Station,
whore Dr. Chas. Peterson hold a
post mortem examination.
A brief item inserted in tho bulk
of yesterday's edition of tho Bulle
tin reported the finding of tho body,
which happened just as tho paper
wont to pross.
Fittingly Celebrated by tho War
Vessels in Port.
Admiral Skorrott and officers of
tho U. S. Flagship Mohican gavo an
"at homo" on board that vossol from
2 to 6 o'clock yesterday aftornoon.
Steam lounchos woro kept busy
throughout tho aftornoon convoying
guosts to and from tho ship. Those
who paid thoir respects to tho Ad
miral woro numerous, tho old war
ship swarming with people Tho
flagship's band lont its music to tho
colobration of tho ovont , and danciug
was iudulgod in by nearly all pre
sent. Tho docks woro gaily decor
ated with bunting and flairs of all
Tho snorts woro hold on tho dock
of tho Mohican. Tho first, a 15-min.
go-as-you-ploaso, was won by a Jap
anoso sailor, Mohican second. Tho
sack raco prize was carried off by a
Mohican lad, tho potato-raco by tho
Garnet, and tho threo-leggod raco
by tho Alliance.
The boat races in tho harbor
created groat excitement. Tho
wharves woro lined with peoplo of
all nationalities who expected to soo
somo fine races, and woro not disap
pointed. Tho first race was botweon
(5-oarod boats, tho entries boing tho
Garnot, Mohican l(2), Boston aud
Alliance Tho Garnot boat assumed
tho lead at tho start and maintained
it to tho finish, winning by about
threo lengths. The course was to
and around a cau buoy off tho Ma
rino Railway. Time, 19 min.
Tho second event was a ten-oared
barge raco botweon tho Garnot, Alli
ance, Mohican aud Kon-go. This
was a most exciting raco. Tho Kon
go by dint of heavy pulling so
cured tho load, tho Allianco and
Mohican closely following. Turning
tho can buoy the Mohican and Alli
ance barges shut out tho Kon-go,
and tho boats fouled. Tho Garnet
sneaked around and passod them
all. On tho homestretch tho Alli
ance closed tho gap, whou tho Gar
not, seeing that sho would get loft,
crossed hor bow. Tho Allianco
steorod off and crossed tho lino first.
The third was a dinghy race, four
oars, botwoon tlio uarnot, Allianco
and Mohican. The Britishers had a
walk-over, novor being tiod through
out tho race. Time: lSJmiu.
Tho fourth was an all-comers'
race, tho entries being, Garnot in
8-oarod and 2-i-oared boats; Mohican
and Boston 10-oarod barges. Tho
raco was an exciting ono and tho ef
forts of tho twonty-four Garnot men
iu tho largo bargo created roars of
laughter. Tho men cheored at in
tervals as tho bit? tliintr plowed
through tho water. Tho Garnet's
8-oarod boat won handily, followed
by the Boston and Mohican boats.
Tho big bargo fouled a shore boat,
and it was some tinio before tho
boats got clear. Time, 18. min.
As this was tho last racotho crows
retired on board tho Mohican, whore
tho' woro entertained by tho flag
Wliuo tlio boat races woro going
on a catamaran raco was won by tho
Boston, tho Mohican second.
Tlio swimming raco wa3 won by
tho Kon-go. Tno courso was from
the Oceanic wharf to tho Mohican.
Tho following progrmn contains
tho events of tho day, which owiiiur
to first-class management passod olf
without a hitch: 4,
U. S. S. Moiiicak,
Flagship Pacific Station.
Wednesday, Fob. 22, 1893, Harbor of
Honolulu, H. I.
rnoaiuM of regatta.
Commencing at 1:30 sharp.
1. G-Oarod Boats 1st prize, $10;
2d prize, S5.
2. 10-Oared Cutters lstprizo,$15;
2d prize, $8.
3. Dinghy Raco 1st prize, 8; 2d
4. All Uomors Raco 1st prize, 1U;
2d prize, $G.
5. Tub Raco Prize, 55.
G. Swimming Raco Prize, $5.
All boats will turn buoy with star
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Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
We want to call tho attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has boon re
ceived with, wo believe has come
to stay and become an indispen
siblo article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once tho superiority of
goods made in this manner over
thoso heretofore in vogue.
Schivkn's Patknt Elastic
Seam Dkaweks aro provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. Tho drawers are
cut in figure outlines aud alibi d
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, whilo retaining the
superior comfort of wovcrt'fubric.
The Patknt Elastic Sham,
WlllCll CONTAINS NO RUltllKK, 1T-
tains its springiness and wcais
longer than tho other portion cf
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Oummlns1 Bloolt, Fort Stroet.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OK VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOIOK OK
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE' OK SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
aiant 3STa.ll Fullers, Lariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
A.-wls and. Tools, Garden
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
i ISenthol Inhale?
Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
Head Golds, Sore Throat,
Is endorsed by eminent physi
cians, leading medical works
and thousands of grateful users.
u contains notinng nut crystals
of pure menthol ; is neat, clean,
convenient to carry, pleasant to
use; costs 50 cents and lasts
one year. It is guaranteed to
give satisfaction in one week's
honest trial or money refunded.
Headache and Facial Neuralgia
yield like magic to the soothing
and antiseptic properties of in
haled Menthol, and once used it
becomes an inseparable pocket
piece. A trial will convince you.
11. D. Cunluiimi,
Tlirce Rivers, SIlcIl.
CosmiAN's Mentiioi, Balm Is a perfect anti
septic ointment, It cures where others fall
nod In all caseB i quieter to relieve pain and
Inflammation. Try It for Wounds, Chilblains,
Piles, Chapped Hands, Salt Rheum and all
skin diseases. 25 cents per box.
HOLLISTEE, & CO.,
IO Fort Stroet,
Honolulu., EC. I.
SELLING OFF !
Josouh V. Dorv, of "Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different romodios,
but says nono 01 thorn seemed to uo
him any good, but finally he got
hold of one that speedily cured bun.
He was inuuli pleased with it, and
folt Hiiro that others similarly nllliut
ed would like to know wnat tho
remedy was that cured him. He states
for tlio benefit of tho public that it
is called Clumilterlniii'H l'ain Balm.
For sale by all dealers, lleiihou,
Smith & Co., Agents for tlio flnwni
Mr. Connors, photographer, lato
of San Francisco, Cab, arrived by
tho S..S. Australia yesterday. He is
now at tho Aloha Gallery, whoro ho
will establish a tin-typo branch.
Tin-typo photographs woro in great
demand horo years ago, but, owing
to absence of urofessional artists in
that branch, thoy wont out of fash
ion. Mr. Connors makes tiu-typos a
After tho boat races by tlio 111011-of-wars-inen
yesterday, two fonr
oarcd boats from tho S. S. Australia
had a race to and around tho cau
buoy, It caused considerable laugh
ter, as 1 no men nau imou ceieuratiug
Washington's birthday, and conse
quently did not know when tho oars
touched water. One fatty was pull
ing backward at intervals. Tho
crowd waited for half nu hour, when,
as tho boats did not return, ail wont
Louis Elita, a Japanese seaman on
tho American bark Hospor, returned
to that vossol lying near tho Pacific
Mail dock yesterday ovoning in an
intoxicated condition. He told some
of tho crow that ho was going to de
sort tho ship. The others encour
aged Elita, aud told him that if lie
was not captured soon thoy would
also loavo tho vossol, Tlio Jap pack
ed up his clothes and left the Hos
por under cover of darkness and lias
not boon seen since.
As Captain Sodergrou was iu fuar
that tho Jap's protracted liberty
would cause tho loss of others of his
crow, ho hastened to the Police Sta
tion this morning and oilered $15
reward for his capture.
Toina, tho Japanese doloctivo, was
immediately sent out for tlio de
Elita was shipped at Tahiti when
tho Hospor called at that port to
land tho mutinous sailors, who mur
dered tho second mate and attempt
ed tho life of the captain and mate.
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of the
llloouilield, Iowa, Furmer, says: I
enn recommend Chamborlain'bCotigh
Homedyto all Huuorors with colds
and croup. 1 havo used it iu my
family for tho past two years and
have found it the best 1 over used
for the purpose for which it is in
tended, fit) cent bottles for sale by
all (loalorii. lleiihou, Smith and Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian IhIuikIh.
ntoaiiAM of sronTs.
1. Foot Raco 15 ininute-go-as-you-ploaso.
1st prizo, $5; 2d prize,
2. Sack Kaco Prize, S3.
3. Potato Kaco Prizo, S3.
4. Threo Logged Uaco Prizo, $-1.
5. Catamaran Race 1st prizo, $5;
2d prizo, live pig.
Committee of Arrangements T.
Diuneon, Q. M.; H. F. Humphrey,
Printer; C. P. Colo, Seaman; O. J.
Reception Committee J. Nj'gron,
S. M.; J. P. Murphy, Seaman; Francis
Goth, C. G. M.
G. W. Bico, Mach., JudgefT. G.
Lj'ous, U. S. S. Boston, Referee; S. J.
Stewart, E. Y., Starter.
THE WEEKLY UULLETIN 28 COL
uinna of Interesting Heading Matter.
IslnnilH.SI: mailed to foreien cnuntrieR. S.
Commencing January 3, 1893.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
rpm: nr.auLAu monthly mlt.t-
X inir of tho l''ire I'olleo will bo held
THIS I'fhurwlny) LVKNINO, Fob. !M,
at their New Hull, corner Hotel timl l'ort
strcetH.at "o'clock nliarp. Tlioutteiuluucu
of every member ii ruiuufltcd.
TOIIN B. WALKER, Jit., 18 DULY EM-
tt powered to npn I
ciinition from this date.
name by jtro-
rpHREE HAWAIIAN 1IRKI)
X Mules, ('nil be i-cen nt work
hntuenn tho KnimiliaiiieliuKoliools
ami tlio .Miitonlu Temple any ilav.
ly to 15. JI. THU.MAH.
iv iicTiiiiim iiy i . i .
r . ' ...
Kunuil (ill KltiK Htnct. It
bin a Larue Yard and tlio
Hoilxu Ih veil convenient
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JlfJI.l J'. I ' IlIM'lt.l
Tim Vaily llulhlin U delivered by
currieri fur 60 cent per month.
It will also bo found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
are cqunlly well adapted to all
uthletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and easo of
motion. In the position as
sumed iu tho cut, not tho least
tension is produced on tho main
portion of tho goods, while the
elastic scams allow tlio transfor
mation of tho figure as seen in
the position, which would bo im
possible in othors without pro
ducing groat strain on the goods
and friction upon tho person.
We have now a complete stock of
thesu goods ill all sizes, uiiil can re
ccmmcuil IIiohu imulo of Hie matnriiil
known as "Joan" to bo tho coolest
and best udiiptod for those persons
who do not euro to wour woollen
Thoy say that there is "nothing
now under tho sun," but tlio fellow
thut said that was all wrong. Ho
forgot "Gout's furnibhings," they're
always making something now in
Tho latest yot, wehavo jind received
samples of, from the nuiiiiifiiutururs.
ll consists of aau.o, UidlirigKnn, or
ilk unilor garments with WOOL
skillfully woven into tho breast and
back to protect tho most vital partB
of the body from cold or Chill, To
tho many people who cannot wear all
wool goous on acroiiiii in uiu irriiiiuuii
sometimes felt, thueo goods will ho a
urout boon, us, whilo they will b.ivo
i tho luUiintugo of wearing cotton fa
I brie, tho luiigh ami hack will havo a
I niuo warm covoring of wool. From
itho'niuuy buiilinuintH of approval wo
I havo hoard regarding thohu goods wu
buliiivo thuni to bu a good thing for
I our climiito, and have placed our
oidors fur a full stock, which will bu
on iilo iu about two mouths.
To any person desiring to sec tho
, Minipli'H which wo h.tvo wo will bo
ploubcd to fehuw them,
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
iK3r The opportunity m now offered to obtain Clothing
to Order perfect lit guaranteed and made of High Grade
Goods at Lower Prices than has ever beep offered in thiB
IB. IF.. BHLBBS c (DO.
S3 FORT STRH1H!T.
AFTER TAKINCi STOOK ALL KIN1W OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored I
At hull tho former cot.
"V"el"vet Ss Smyrna Pl-uigs
In nil sle givatl) reduced
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
WT" Iu fuel wo oiler liniiieuixi lliircalns In nil Departments,
IW Dreuauking Uader uio Maatgtmaat oi MISS K. CLARK. Jt