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Saturday, February 7, 1885
THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
Foreign Oflice Notice
It Ua pleoseU lw Majesty ttiw Kiu lo gram
T I., nf T .All I 7 it f if. a fl ttf f
Db. Kolando Kcihx,
A.nd to Javks Brodik. V.S.
Alilolnl Hale, Feb. 2. 15. " 49 fe3w
Owing to the scarcity of water, the hours for
Irrigation wlU be Umlted to 4 hours per day from
to A.M. and from 4 to a P.M., until further
CHAS. B. WILSON.
CbaS. T. Oclick,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, January 30, 1SS5. 492 fe34w
The attention of all parties concerned is hereby
called to the following secticn of the Act relating
to the suppression of disease amongst animals.
Section- 7 A. It shall be the duty of every
person to report immediately to the nearest Kx
ecutive Inspector or Inspecting Officer, any ani
mal In or about his own premises or the premises
of another, which he shall have reason to believe
to be affected with any Infectious or contagions
disease or distemper, ahd under a penalty of Hot
less than five and not more than one hundred
dollars for each offense."
The Inspectors referred to In the above section
are Dr. Brodie, V. S., J. II. Brown, and A. B.
4S7 U A w Hv Obdkk ok thk Boabi.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of
the Minister of the Interior until 12 o'clock noon
on HawrJay, tu 2n day of February, HS5, for
the construction of tti works herein named.
PUna and speclneuUou.s may be examined ut the
office of the Minister on an 1 after the tth day of
The works to be constructed ure
First The basin of the Storage Keaervoir, I.e.,
removing all trees and other vegetable growths,
and excavating and removing all earth and rock
within the Indicated lines.
Second Building a dam of KrsK-la rubble
masonry laid in full beds of hydraulic cement.
Third Laying the line of fifteen and twelve inch
jipes and settins Kates between the storage reser
voir and that of distribution, an 1 from the Utter
to the point of connection with the pipe system of
the city. Note This work may be divided and
let in two or three sections.
Fourth CJonstrtutin the dlstributin? reservoir
consUtUijr of an excavation Ha.-! with liyiraiiUo
cement, concrete or briolc-w.r laid in full
hydraulic cement beJs and Joints, the crosswll
and bays to be si.nilorly constructed and the wnole
roofed over. ' . '
All proposal. must be .endorsed "Proposals for
(doing the particular work for which the bid is
X boud "must be executed by the contractor
with two (Z) approved sureties conditioned upon
the faithful performance of the contract.
The MlnUter reserves the right to reject the
lowest or any bid.
Bids may b made for all the above in one
contract. " ,
CHAS. T. GOXICK,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office. Dec. 29. 11. w.20-347 fe7
Pta or the Moo 11 iMiniiKT I'ebrusry,
' " D. I. M.
Kin Quarter "
lull Moon 23 0j 23 p.m
Ttoe Rlainff anil Setting or ttoe Sun.
The suu rises to-morrow morning at C:3t o'clock.
The sun sets this evening at 5:53 o'clock.
PORT; OF HONOLULU. H. 1.
Friday. February 6.
Am schr Norway, 24 days from Han Francisco
fctmr C It Bishop, Macaulay, from Kauai, via
Walanae . - ,
fctiar Lehua. Welsbarth, from all ports from
JPaahau to Onomea, Hamakua
Btmr Waimanalo, Neilson, from Waimaualo
chr Poholkl, from Puna
Hchr Wailele from Maliko
Mchr Haleakala, from Pepeekeo
Schr Jennie Walker, Holland, for
Schr Ka Mol for Laup&hoehoe
Schr Malolo for Kalwi'Ahilahl
Bobr Walmalu. for Huo
VrMfU Lavlu TUI Day.
... - n t i:. Mixaiilnv. fur llA.mkmaa.lu.
Kllauea al Hannlel, Kauai, via Walanae, at
FUREltaX VESSELS MX lORT.
Am bark Hesper, from Newcastle. N S W
kl- n... prv. from .St Michaels
i. v. ..-.-.-. K-orcnelen. Fournier. from
rrUl- U . V v.v.
Callao, S. A.
VMelnExp(teil trom Foreign Porli.
Steamship Australia, Ohesi, from San Francisco.
Jateamshlp Zealandia, Webber, from Colonies
Hteamstdp Mariposa, H M H ay ward, from San
Francisco, due ten
, . . -v.iont frnm T.Ivprnool. due ADrtl
Am tern Norway, Paul, from ban Francisco,
dtHfcw'bark Thos It Foster, from Newcastle, N S
Steamship Mount Lebanon, D Maxwell, from
Uonekonr, via OKonama, nuw uuc
Qerbark Meteor, Classen, from Bremen, due
June 25 ...
Haw steam-bark Morning Star, Bray, from r.os-
ten. due Feb 4
Dark. cuuuw ..v. - - - -
Am brgtne J D Spreckels, tries, from ban
, V-ohiillli Ton 10-15
. Dnouiinri from Humboldt, due Jan 10
Am bk Ceylon, Barstow, from Hongkong, due
F m'ehlp Melrose, from Victoria, B C, due Feb
"aL bark Forest Queen, from San Francisco,
due Fen 5
Haw atmr Alert, from Ban Francisco, due I eb 1
Am bictne Amelia, re uu. nun
. TaW 1
Am bktne M Wlnkleman, Backus, from San
I t t
Am brgtne Claus Spreckels, Drew, from San
Francisco, due ten i -
From Kauai, via Oahn, per C B Bishop, Feb 6
.- . . t . i I . s-.KlnAOA anil "7
J If Klcharuson, ir j uuimmi i -"",:
From Hamakua, per stmr Lehua, Feb 6 O
Sheridan and e aecK.
' SHIPPING XOTES.
The atmr Waimanalo brought 000 bags sugar
The schr Wailele brought 754 bags sugar, and
10 cords firewood from Malike.
The lUnr C R Bishop brought 151S bags sugar
from Walanae, She leaver again at noon to-day
fer Kllauea, via Walanae
The German bark Meteor, from Bremen, may
be expected daily.
The American fore-and-aft schooner Norway,
Capt A 11 Paul, formerly of the Am tern Mary
TKKige, arrived yesterday, Zi days from San Frun
Cisco, and was docked at Brewer's w harf. She is
consigned to Messrs Hackfeld Co. The captain
reports having very tine weather and calms the
entire passage, tshe olghted no vessels. the
brought 300 tons of an assorted cargo of merchan
dise, consisting of 56 bales hay, COO (tr-san-lts flour,
S.V5 sks feed, 275 bdls shingles, '. bbls oil. 204 pkg-s
doors, windows and blinds, 73 bbls lime, etc. tehe
will load back for San Francisco.
The Lehua brought 3037 bags sugar from ITama
kua last night. She leaves next Monday evening.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Meaars. II. Hackfeld fc Co. advertise
patent filter presses to arrive.
Mr. Jfclnerny La3 (to use a Yankee term)
'slicked up" the corner of Fort and Mer
chant by a judicious application of paint.
Mr. John A. Palmer has Keen snnninted
4.gent for collecting all accounts due the
Pacific Commercial Adtertiseb up to Dec.
In our report of the Supreme Court pro
ceedings published yesterday the name of
Mr. George Lucas appeared instead of
Mr. George Lincoln. Both gentlemen will
accept our apologies.
The People's Ice and Refrigerator Com
pany have been incorporated, and the follow
ing officers have been chosen : John M.
Saas, President and Manager ; Peter M.
Sass, Vice-President ; John Ena, Jr., Treas
urer and Secretary.
Delicious strawberrys were never before
so plentiful or cheap in Honolulu as at
present. Enough finely flavored ones can be
bought daily for a quarter to satisfy the
appetites of a largo family. There is no
more healthful or pleasant berry grown.
Judge Winter, for many years County
Clerk in Illinois, paid a visit to Chief Clerk
Foster in the Supreme Court-rooms yester
day. He expressed himself much pleased with
the methods pursued by tho clerks in their
daily work, and seemed to think that two
more clerks would not be any too many to
have in the office.
At the last regular meeting of the Hono
lulu Rifles, the following persons were
elected as officers to serve during the en
suing year : Captain, W. H. Aldrich ; First
Lieutenant, G. II.. McLood ; Second Lieu
tenant, II. Gunn ; Secretary, J. E. Wisemr n :
Treasurer, James Simmons. Finance Com
mittee : Messrs. Bishop, Reist, and Richard
son. Recruiting Committee : Messrs. Unger,
Hubbard, and Gedge. Armory Committee :
Messrs. Dow, Gunn, and WoonI Range
Committee : Messrs. Unger, Scott, and
Mr. Danielwitz, who achieved some little
notoriety here on account of his extreme
Communnistic views has left us. He has
also left a hand-cart full of "effects" behind
him that his assignee, Mr. Parke, roughly
values at $15. Mr. Danielwitz wrote Mr.
Parke a long letter prior to his departure in
which he says that he thinks that though
his stay on the islands was not pecuniarily
successful to him, yet he feels that he has
done some good in sowing here the seeds of
reform, and prepared the way for universal
peace, the discontinuance of needless wars,
and a general laying down of the lion and
lamb in the near fufure here as well as else
Mr. Jules Richardson, Manager of the
Waianae Plantation, on the other side of this
island, came np to town yesterday in the
steamer C. R. Bishop, bringing with him a
Portuguese laborer who had been injured
last Wednesday by being thrown from the
cars of the plantation railway. It seems
it is against the rules for anyone to ride on
tho outside of the cars, and that the injured
man, as well as another who was killed, dis
obeyed this rule. While the train was in
motion on the day mentioned, one of the
brake-blocks became detached, and the car
on which the two men were riding was a
good deal shaken, and they were thrown oSf.
The fell between the cars, and one received
injuries to the chest, from which he died
the following day. The other escaped with
a dislocated shoulder-blade, and ia now in
the Queen's Hospital, where he is receiving
every attention his state demands.
A.u Important Decision.
Yesterday the Chief Justice gave his de
cision in the case of C. Brewer & Co. vs. G.
n. Luce, Tax Collector. As the decision
settles an important question in regard to
the taxation of goods under certain circum
stances that are likely to occur each year,
we give the decision in full.
Cniei' Justice Jndd preHldiusT.
Thursday, Feb. 5.
C. Brewer & Co
. G. II. Luce, Tax
PINION OF CHIEF JUSTICE JCDD.
The plaintiff in this case claims to be re
funded laxes paid under protest as follows
$172.50 taxes on $28,000 assessed July 1st,
1884, as "Reserve Fund" of plaintiffs.
Mr. P. C. Jones, President of the plain
tiff corporation, testified that the amount
appeared on its books as a credit derived
from accumulated commissions, interest,
dividends and other profits. That it was
not segregated as cash, and was not in tho
safes of the corporation, or in the bank, but
was invested in other accounts, and to
realize upon it a collection would have to
be made from some one who owed the cor
poration on this account. This explana
tion makes it plain that the ''Reserve
Fund" was simply credits or debts due the
corporation. It has no eoncrete existence,
and is not, by the law now in force, taxable
property, and cornea within the principles of
JIcBryde vs. J. Kala, decided by me in Sep
On this couut judgment must be for plain
The second count in the indictment is
for $215.66, taxes on $23,754 worth of sugar
shipped on board the American steamship
It is in evidence that there had been
shipped by plaintiff corporation on board
the "Alameda" some 54SS bags of sugar.
The bill of lading was dated the 23th of
June, 1S34, and I think the proofs make it
certain that it was all laden on board the
vessel before the 1st of July.
The vt-s-el sailed about noon of the 1st of
July. The sugar was proved to be the
property of some tight different corpora
tions and individuals, of whom the plaintiff
corporation was the aeut, and was con
sigiivd to Welsh A" Co. of San Francisco, to
w hom the bill of lading was mailed.
It is contended by tLe plaintiffs that the
sugar is not taxable.
lit: Because it was not the property of
the plaintiffs, but was the property of cor
porations who have corporate existence
within this Kingdom, and by individuals
within this Kingdom.
2d: Because the sugar being laden on
board of a foreign vessel ij not, in contem
plation of law. within tlis Kingdom.
3d: -Because the sugir was not in the
possession, custody or ontrol of the plain
tiffs. In my opinion, Sec. 3J of the Act of 1882,
as well as other sectins, make property
assessable to the perstis in whose posses
sion or custody it may e on the 1st of July
of each year. The dul af ascertaining who
the true owner may be is not cast upon the
Assessor. The law ijposes taxes in rem
and the res is taxabli in the hands of the
persons holding it, ad the Collector need
not look fnrther. I
To require that' cab assessor should try
and pass tipou title.to personal property
and decide correctly i the peril of losing to
the State tho tax npit, would operate to
encourage evasions, itnd consequently to
place heavier burdeniipon the honest.
I think that sugar.n the hands of a cor
poration acting as aommisbioii merchant
or plantation agent ;i' propeilv taxable to
The Kuyar was f-hin this Kingdom,
although laden in t! hold of an American
Ktiamship. Any otJr construction "would
admit of articles of srat value being placed
on board of a foreifj vessel in the harbor
on the 30th of Junend returned .on shore
on the 2d of July, aij thus escape taxation.
The case cited, Crapvs. Kelly, 1G Wallace,
G10. dues not appl This was a question
whether the transfjof all the property of
a dt btor resident iti'Iass, by a jud. of the
insolvent Court ped the title, to the as
signees in insolvent of a ship then on the
high seas. The C t held that for the pur
poses of this suit-,th;hip, though on the high
seas, was a p:rtioii'f the territory of the
State ft VKaae!iuis. aim liC" 'UC to her
passed with tnes euect as n sne were
physically withinhe limits of the State,
and so a ubsequ"attachment on her ar
rival in New Yorins invalid.
The sugars, thh its bills of lading were
mailed to a connee in a iortign' port
were, for the panes oi taxation, still in
the possession ofid control of the shipper
On this count jujuent be for defendant.
' A. F. Jcd, C. J.
W. R. Austin Iplaintiffs; Attorney-Gen
eral Neumann foefendant.
The Royal IJalan Band will give a con
cert at Emma uare, this afternoon at
4:30 o clock. loiiowing is the pro
gramme : j
March "Suite? Lahner
Overture "Tal'di" RyUini
Waltz "Goldetyrtles" Fahrbach
'Three Songs' i Mendelssohn
Selection "Sfolla" .- Flotow
Gavotte "Wine" Kluss
Concert on'anday evening at Emma
ade of the II. F. I.
The Fire Drtmont will hold their An
nual rarada Thursday of next week
(Coronation '.) 'The line will be formed
. - I i 1 Vk If . m
in the vicnuoi ine ueu .tower, and tne
line of murcjll be the usual one termin
ating at the
ce. During the evening the
engine housll be illuminated
Ilcttifl ion t'hitrcli Service.
Sunday H at 9 a.m. Services, with
preaching tie Rev. E. C. Oggel, at 11
a.m.; and ) p,m. Morning subject:
Divine Coft." Evening subject: "All
on Him." fneral and cordial invitation
is extendedhese services.
The steaip Alameda, Capt. Morse,
which lefes port last Saturday, will
probably e at San Francisco about
12 m. to-d The Mariposa, Capt. Hay
ward, will'ae here at noon on Mondav
next, haviift San Francisco on Moaiay
last. Theio, which is supposed to have
left Yokolk Japan, on the 23th of Janu
ary, with Japanese emigrants, will be
due here Monday or Tuesday of next
Fosreet C'linrcu Services.
Sundajuing theme: "Light Shining
in the Dtss." Sunday evening: "Does
the Gojt Man? Is it God-given and
Man-nco' Bible class at G:30. A gen
eral hivm; a cordial welcome; good
music, arief, helpful, gospel sermons.
We do.hold ourselves responsible for the
statememde, or opinions expressed by our
Mb. or: In a letter written by me
and ped in the Pacific Commebcial
ADVEirof the 3d iust., I stated that the
reporte Tolice Court proceedings pub
lished s Daily Bulletin of the 2nd inst.
was in:t. I further stated "That the
said rtr U utterly incompetent to at
tend ti of the duties pertaining to his
office,5 facts as per issue plainly show;
but tueh errors should bo permitted
rc-flecie on the editor, manager and re
porte! unless an apology bo tendered I
will tlgal measures for redress."
I ljish to state that the records of
the PiConrt do show, that H. Luning
forfet.il of S10 on the 2nd inst., on a
char "disturbing the quiet of the
nightl that the report of Police Court
proceedings published in the Daily Bulletin
of the 2d iust. was correct.
I wish further to state that the statement
made by me concerning the reporter of the
Bulletin is untruo and unwarranted by any
facts known to me at the time when I wrote
6aid communicatioB, or known to me now;
that it ia calculated to do unmerited injury
to the reputation of said reporter; that I
had no cause for using such defamatory
language or threatening legal proceedings,
and I therefore retract such statement and
threat, and hereby tender a humble apology
to the editor, manager and reporter Of the
Daily Bulletin. J. W. Lr-i-o. "
How They Look and How they Ac
Archbishop Gibbons, W. TV, Corco
ran, Joseph iriulhattan, C. TV.
CQOldoelc, Admiral Porter,
Frank Ilattm and Others.
ARCHBISHOP GIBBONS, OF BAXTI1IORE,
The most Rev. James Gibbons, D. D.,
archbishop of Baltimore, has been chosen by
the pop to preside at the third plenary
council to be convened at Baltimore in No
vember. In-1829 the first council was held,
in the same church edifice, and consisted of
one archbishop and five bishops. At the
coming council will meet thirteen archbish
ops and fifty seven bishops, representing con
gregations with seven thousand priests, and
a church membership of eight millions.
Bishop Gibbons is a native of Baltimore, and
is 50 years of age. He is well known in
North Carolina and Virginia, in both of
which states he has labored. His short but
comprehensive work, entitled, '"The Faith
of our Fathers," vhjoh Jr .nfr.r .eas- .fv
reached an edition of over 160.000 coDies.
has given its author more than a nations!
Tho New Postmaster deneral.
Mr. Hatton who has been so frequently
mentioned for the office of postmaster gene
ral, received bis. commission as first
assistant postmaster general while postmas
ter at Burlington, Iowa, in 1831, he being a
prominent "Stalwart" in the politics of that
state. He is proprietor and was nominal
editor of the well-known Burlington Hawk
eye. Since his advent in Washington he
has been interested in The National Repub
lican. He was appointed by President
Arthur on Oct. 14th to his present position.
In Death It Sheltered IHm,
. fNew Orleans Times-Democrat. J
,fL bright, thoughtful boy, one summer day
planted an acorn and went his way. Both
grew, as boys and acorns can, till one was a
tree, the other a man. Now mark the re
ward i Along came the man and the tree
shelters him, as an oak tree can. But why
Stays he there, in the moonlight dim? He
stole a fine horse and was hung to a limb I
A Veteran Actor.
CHARLES WALTER COULDOCK.
Mr. C. VT. Couldock who will shortly cele
brate his seventieth year and the fiftieth of
his stage career, was born in Long Acre,
England, in 1S15. He first appaared in
Othello, at baddler3 vvellsT theatre, London,
in lSoo, came to .America ana played in
1849 at the old Broadway theatre, New
York, since which time he has been a con
stant follower of the stage. About five years
ago Steele Maekaye found him playine the
character of Dunstan Kirke in a play called
"Ihe iron YY ill." Maekaye remodeled the
piece, calling it "Hazel Kirke," with
Mr. Couldock still in the character of
"Dunstan," a part he has played at least
250 times each year, during the past five
He TVas Too Near the Grave to L.Ie.
New York Sun.
A feeble old darkey struggled painfully in.
"Bosp," he said, "I'so an ole, ole man. I
was bo'n in ole Vahginny an' libbed darmos'
on to ninety-eight year, an' I want yo' ter
assis' me a little dis mawnin', boss, ef yo'
pleas, sah f '
"iou knew George Washington, of
"No, sah, I nebber seedhim."
"What! You lived in Virginia ninety-
eight years and never saw George Washing
ton?" "Dat am er fac', boss. I'se an hones' ola
man, an' am too far gone in dis worP fer td
tell er lie. I nebber seed young George, but
Lor, sah, his po' ole eran'f adder an' gTatt'
mudder yuse ter think a pow'ful sight ob
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THK XKW AND ELEHA.Vf STKAMSHIPS
'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA
Will leave Honolulu arid -San Francisco oa the
FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each month.
PASSEXOERS .-ony have tbeir names booked
ia advance by applying at the office ol the Agents.
PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified
that they will be allowed 250 pounds of bag-gage
FREE by the Overland Railway whea traveling
EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip, S125.
Good to return by any of the Company's steamers
within ninety days.
MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by this
Ine will be received free of charge, in the Com
pany's new warehouse, and receipts issued for
same. Insurance on merchandise in the ware
ouse wiU be at owners' risk.
WH.1.IAM G. I It WIN A CO..
PACIFIC MAILJTMMSIIIP lu
PACIFIC MAIL S.S. CO.
For San Francisco
Zealandia On or ultout Feb. 15.
For Auckland and
or about Feb. 21
105 EAST UTH ST.,
The most artistic Upright rhinos ever produced,
both for quality of tone and wonderful and elastic
actions. The coming upright pianos of the world
Send for illustratedcatalogue, description and
F. V. NPEXCEB Jfc CO.,
Pacific Coast Agents,
Zi and 25 Fifth Street. SAN FKANCISCO.
4 SA1AL.L, L.OT OF LAND, SITUATED AT
i- xallua, .North Kona. Hawaii, known as
HIanaloli. This piece of land is located in a good
spot, being at the landing place, and quite near
the beach, and centrally located In the village. It
is most suitable for a store or for a seaside real
For further particulars inquire of
At Mana, near Queen's Hospital, Honolulu.
January 29, 1384. 486 Iel2
GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY,
St. Louis, Mo.
Manufacture and Supply all kinds of
Flat ana Label 1'apers,
W. G. RICHARDSON
203 LeidestlorfT Street.
Telephone No. 47. SAN FRANCISCO.
X. B.-.Special Attentlou
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
milE l'XDRSIOED IIAVIXO BEE
JL appointed Agents of the above Company, are
prepared to insure risks against Are, n Stone
and Brick Builriiiiir. and on Merchan
dise stored therein, on the most favorable terms.
J? or particulars apply at the office of
196-wn F. A. SCHAE1ER & CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Of New Zealand.
CAPITAL, : : tie.ooo.ooo
Having: Established an Agency at
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire
in dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise,
on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargo,
freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
Losses promptly adjusted payable.
193-wtf WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y
Fire Insurance or all descriptions
will be effected at Moderate Rates of I'rpml
um, by the undersigned.
WM. G. IRWIN it CO.
197 -wtf Managers for Haw. Islands
50 WALL STREET, NEW YORK
The above Company having: estab
lished an Agency at Honolulu, for the Hawa
iian Islands, the undersigned is authorized to accept
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure,
Commissions, .'and Hulls.
i current Ratoi.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO..
19C-wtf Managers for Hawaiian Islands
FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, FCR
niture and Machinery insured against Fire oa
the most favorable terms.
-Ageut for the Hawaiian
THE WHITE HOUSE.
MESSRS. RAPHAEL WEILL & CO.
Have the honor to annoance to their numerous customers ol th.
Hawaiian Islands that they are prepared to take Special Or d era fo?
ail kinds of Merchandise in the
JLXt i K-J JL -A-
To be executed in Paris by their buyers, and delivered in Honolulu,
via San Francisco, in transit.
We beg further to call their attention to our long established
house, known all over the Pacific for its honorable dealings, and beg
to assure thern that we will spare no pains to continue to deserve- their
AU Orders Promptly Executed, and Samples sent
N. W. Corned Kearny and Post Streets,
HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS!
Santa Claus ! Santa
Cliristmas Presents !
New Years Gifts !
Every Day a Grand Opening Bay,
New Goods are Daily
Counters as soon
Xow Arrived Iron Buffland, via Australia,
of November 23rd
Terra Cotta Figures, Bisque Figures, Ala
baster Figures, Motto Caps and Saucers.
Fine Moustache Caps, China Yases,
Bohemian Vases, China and
Bisque Ornaments, Rose
Bags, "Work Boxes,
Scrap Albums, Dress
ing Cases, a Fine Line,
Ladies' Fang, Velvet Frames,
(elegant finish), a splendid assort-,
ment of Ladies' and Gents' Purses,
Toilet Sets, Carvers, Bread Knives, Scissors.
Cups, Saucers, Dishes, Bowls, Plates,
Coffee Pots, Parian Figures, Flower Stands, Bouquet Holders,
Billiard Chalk, Fancy China Ware, Granite Ware,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETE., ETC, ETC.
."Recollect we throw out no leaders. Every article speaks foriUtlf,
and we sell as low as the lowest, and
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
Articles, Notions, Novelties, Specialties, Etc.
P. O. BOX 330, UOXOLlXr.
Claus ! Santa Clau3 !
Christinas Presents !
New Years Gifts !
being Placed on
as Eoom is Made
per p. m. m. ZaalMi&la,
Pocket Kni es, Tea, Call .and Dinner llf,
Fine Ink Stands, Aocordeoat the beat
manufactured, Bell Rattles, Robber
Dolls, Mouth Organs, Trumpets,
Clarionettes, Cabinets, '
Elegant Dressed Dolls,
Boxes, Cases and
Racks, Cabinet 'Albums,
Lustres, Glass Sets, Crockery
Ware, Toilet Soap, Pianos, Shall
Work, Dinner Sets, Color Boxes, Table
Mats, Tea SetB, China, Tia, Metal.
Jugs, lowers and Basins, Tea Pots,
you will find always perhaps lower.
in House FurnUhing Qaodt,