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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1002.
THE HONOLULU REPOBtlCAN Published Every Morning Except Moa- a hv the Rober Grieve aay o) tc lUbiBg Comp&ar, Limitea. C. R. BUCKLAND EDITOR. TELEPHONES. i Boslncjs Office Wain 218.' .... ... D, Vain 123 CbflUI Ml nVUh'9. ...... .. Waafeiocton Bureau Post Building. Batersd at the P'wt 02ce at Kono - M, H T., a- second-class maJL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ?r Moath, by Carrier J CQ Os Year, by Mall 5.50 Six Months, by Mall 3.00 Three Moathf. by Mall or Carrier 1.50 ; ""I .Z. HONOLULU. H. x.,jaji.i, iuern Europe amounted to 4S1.17S tons SAILING VESSELS. Tb arrival of the Wg ship TilHe E total traffic of 662.521 tons. 500.000 '" " " ""' i- -,... . , , . Surbock. from San Francisco, with' might have advantageously used , oly aoBh freight to ballast the, the isthmian canal, and this amount' val. is on of the signs of the tlw. Tbe advent of so many Memeri on tbe ran between San Fnaetocu and Hawaiian ports will, la the opinion of many skippers, drive calling veeaels out of business. Tbero are two lines of steamers now doing badness with Hawaiian fstaad ports, the Globe Navigation Company and the Hawaiian and Amr!can Steamship Company. The Kareka. of the former company, ar-, Jived here lat week with ever two thousand tons of freight and sailed j mi Wednesday afternon for Kahulul, vhw ahe will uike In a load of su- Aer lortysix years oi conum.oub Kr. Two large fremhters of the Ha- service as a school principal. J. D. .... " . . . , . mratton of Snrincfield Mass. has re - walton line are expected here today. J1"0" of mSa -lasS- The Hyadea ha a capacity of 2,93i , 8,f- . ton. and the Hawaiian of 3.C94 tons.1 Efon. when he is deeply absorb-, It la .aid that both Eteamors wiH;JJ V'T'Ln "L ZL lring foil cargoes. I In about three months the first ves-j eel of the Empire Steomihip Com Zl L "U"T i r though these steamers will be uiulex a contract wim tne unueu jjiaies Goverument to carry freight and pasaengers to and from the Philip-' pines, it hug been announced that the Empire line will do some private bwgintigg of its own between San Prancihco and Honolulu. The former; take up work with Bishop Henry C. transports Ohio, Indiana and Phila-, Potter in the Diocese of New York delphla now belong to the Empire1 an" hQs resigned as canon percentor He. and will soon again be familiar j of the Cathedral of Garden City, alghts in the harbor of Honolulu. ' A Romc dispatch announces thai Between so many transportation Msr' Scalabrini. Archbishop of Pla , ... . ' cenza, who recently returned from a companies, and the regular passen- vlaU t s bQ ger steomers, carrying freight to and appointed ApostoHc Delegate at from Ifonolulu. it Is hard to see how Washington. Mailing vessels will be able to carry i . . , ... . . . , , to, , , Captain Nicholas Dand, one of on business and make a living. . tho 8urrvora of Farragufs famous THE ISTHMIAN CANAL. A detailed study of the foreign com morce of the United States for the yoar onding June 30. 1S99, and ofjeeeded herself as president of the the commerce of Europe with tho 'Red Cross society, without political wostorn part of the American contin- pull or any influence other than her onts during the calendar year 1899, own merit and the good will of the has been made to ascertain the ton- American public, nage of the vessels that might have Prof. Robert Craik. who has been passed through an Isthmiau canal had connected with the McGill Universi one been In existence. The cargo ton- ' Montreal, for over half a century, , .. .. ....... , Is about to resign as dean of the nage was found to amount to 6.02.a41. ' ,.,,., , i " . . .... faculty of medicine and accept a seat This total does not Include the com- on thp Board of Governors. porativelv small amount of freight . , , , . . , -,,,,. .. . ., Lieut. Col. Schebeko, Military that pal by water between the At-( Agont of thfi Russian Embassy at antic anu racitic seaooanis or tne l?l...l !?.. v .u.. !! r . ., . which are not obtainable. , It comprises 277,640 tons for the' commerce botwocn the Eastern sea- board of the United States and west- urn South and Contral America. wall, and British Colombia; 1.52S.S60 tons for the commerce of our Eastern euaboard with Australasia. Oceanlca. , Japan. China, and Siberia; 1.629.3S7 tons for the trade between the West coast of the United States and Eu- rope, and 3.266,654 tons for the com- de ja pryme, in whose family it had 'hteh face each other and are aH morce between Europe and western already been for more than 200 years, i ",'a's al right angles to the street, , -South and Central America, western: nni vUnn a vn h n so whoever passes the window! Mexico. Hawaii, and British Colum-J bia. It does not include any of Eu- rope's trade with other parts of the Pacific. 1 The entrances and clearances for the commerce of the Eastern sea board of the United States with Pa cific America and with Australia, Oc- eanica. tho Philippines. Japan. China. , and Siberia, and the vessel move- meats between the western coasts of ( tho American continents and the North Atlantic American and Euro- pean ports, were found to amount to 4.074.S52 vessel-tons net register. In- eluding 336.99S tons for the commerce ' now crossing the Isthmus of Panama This total was compared with the r,v-!. nf tmmo .nvoctift n,,1 by the New Panama Canal Company.' tne rccoras oi lesse movements kept by that company show a traffic . for the calendar year 1S99 of 2.S4S,-, - tons net register for the com- merce between Europe and the west-', ern coast of the American continent, i ww, ,, i.inntu .k f. ..........v. n.Uvu u. America ana and between ITLZ? the two .Maerlcan sea-, boards. The total obtained from the ! records kept by the Panama Company! ' does not Include anv vessel tonnage for the commerce now crossing the Pub-'isthmus. The addition of that ton - 236.9SS tons, raises the total to 1 IKS 5T tons iu auuiuwu . WUMHt, r, 1 comprises only traffic originating or tenainating In America, be included most of the northwestern Europe with New Zea- laad and the other islands of the Pa- dfic east of Australia. New Zealand , will be 1,563 miles nearer Liverpool i by the isthmian canal than via the lscez route, and 2.405 miles nearer than by way of the Cape of Good- ! Hope. The distances to Liverpool trvm the important groups of South' , I ilCTUi: 1EMUU3 UU11U Ul .E l.cil4auu t will be from 590 to o,a00 miles ies3 via the isthmian canal than by way Of RC7. , , ine entrances ana clearances, u .New Zealand's trade with northwest .4 of Australia to 1S1..43 tons, or mis shouia De aa jea to ine canai tonnage originating or terminating in America. This makes tho total ob - talned by the Commission's invest!- gallon of the tonnage that might have . . . . . -- . used an Isthmian canal in iwj, -V; -tj t;i t . ruoiofor- nnd thp ,n,Ii I,,o.i w n,?nntin th vw Panama Canal Company's figures for the traffic originating or terminating in America, 4.6S5.575 tons. , HAINLAND PERSONALS1 1 ., . trn ' about ten ' net register in 1S99 and the European! of the involuntary dive to tne Dot-; For making shoe pegs me amount of nnai oruer oe made of distribution or ,., nf , ntw uianc iBt ' torn of Peconlc Bay. taken by the .wood used in a single year is equal the property remaining in its hands commerce of the other Islands east to lhe persons lhereto entitled aad The Rev. Campbell Brown of WestJWe have never had au accideat yet.; Virginia nas ueciineu me omce oi . EP!scPal BishP of Porto Rico' to' .!,,,, ,. . ,. i,. 0into,i I 1 1.11 UC 4, ,VW' h . -.. William Marconi is now on the sea; bound for Newfoundland, where he Will select sites for the erection of ! stations for his system of wireless i i telegraphy. R0v. Wllmer P. Bird is about to fleet, was given a medal of honor j by the Society of Farragufs Veter- j company but I am beginning to be I ans at a dinner on Thanksgiving Day j ueve that there is a kind of fate in in Brooklyn. Miss Clara Barton has again suc- Washington, has been appointed to . ...... t iav Hus-iiau amoabsj m bkhiu, litou j Col. Agapiejeff will succeed Lieut i Col. Schebeko at Washington. I Dr. See, of the United States Naval , Observatory in Washington, D. C ' H3-'his just concluded a measurement of the planet Mercury with the large ) l?escPe' ot mat institution. its aiameter is found to be 2bs miles. Mrs. Octavia Dancv. of St. Louis, i sprviv? her tnrkpv Thnnkscivin" rtnv1 on a nlatter 400 vears old. It was ' ,,i,f . .-.J , ,7An ... t, been presented by 'the Government with two handsome bay coach horses to be kept at army headquarters in "Washington and to be used exclu- s'v?"-v for carriage work by the gen- eral. A. R. Peacock, a millionaire steel manufacturer of Pittsburg, recently f l3 for cach '" o ' them a fine house and lot on one of the best residence streets in the town. prof. Henry Lefavour of Williams College was on Saturday chosen President of the new Simmons Col-; 6e of Boston. Professor Lefavour, was graduated from Williams in 1SS3. ' and nf-s sPent XKar,y aU nls teach- fa there. ; Dr. Stafford, on the occasion of his ' appointment as pastor of SL Pat- Waging on Veveral pSmS Tw' fgli 'ftw !! .- vtuw jcvu V UIU1UU unnn, nt ., u-,1- -mh : -m intn i ,ie v.. Rp.. -,, r-,, .,a nf Po , Re'- Edvrard. Eerelt HaI of Bos-j 4S7 4A7M 1U Ai V.U-A4 . too jj gsted by a newspaper to T V'T, a hV apect-to hear, the Cuban girl's re- work despite his ag. Ke wrote the pertofce uxlte to the "coan - ! article and said it because he had religions faitn. and the article , was rejected- Mrs. Edyth Lozier "Weathered, of ; Oregon. Is in Xw York on her way to the South Carolina Exposition as a 'commissioner, and Is also Interesting.' . Eastern people In Oregon's celebra - uqjj ln 1SS5 sae 5 arranging for a Miss Dorothea Klumpke, the Chi- cago astronomer, who has been as - sistant In the Paris, France, obser- vatory for fifteen years, is rapiui JM! completing arrangement" to return to the L'nited States, where she will have special charge of astral - photo - graphy at California. Stanford- University, In BOATS. WHIM OF SUBMARINE They Like to Take Dives to Bottom i Uk.n NnKnrlts I onVinn ' ",,w ' " . . to Bottom wnen rtoooay uookius,, An officer of the company which is making submarine boats, in speaking, Ui i oartv of about two nana red oroniin-:f s . - a -a- vQ there should cut newspaper men of the East to for matches, or the equivalent of the fSrn " comraerc of visit Oregon next July. , product cf 400 acres of good virgin JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer. . ., rttt.t. ,,,w.i i,., am not superstitious aiioui man things, but I am getting to be veryj superstUIous about the .a. ln whIch each ong Qf boats of ours goesj to tne bottom at least once before it js commissioned. , FjVe vears aco the Pluncer. while ( at the pier of the Columbia Iron Works in Baltimore, sank without a ' i , f , ii u- oi wsirning. anu we weie ! days getting her .up. When we in ' vestigated the matter we found that , a valve had been left open by a work-' ' man. Carelessness was of course re ; sponsible. for this accident j "Three years ago the Holland,' , while at Nixon's yard at Elizabeth-! while at Nixon's yard at Elizabeth- Prt, sank at her dock, and again,.1 when we got her up, we found that a careless workman had left a valve t X - it T--.li .. ....1 fear that we will never come up ; again, we never have an accident. J am, r don,t bejieve we ever wni. But the minute we leave a boat alone, ., ,. I uunu sue Kuea. "In every case it has happened when it was least expected. Fortu- nately for us there is no kind of craft so easy to get up again, once she i has' gone down. All we have to do i is to get the water out of her dyna-j mo and engine rooms and out of her' cabins. j To do this a diver seals her up while she is on the bottom and then we pump her out. To get the rest of the water out of the ballast tanks all we have to do is to release the compressed air which is always car ried on a submarine boat. It pushes it out in a hurry. Of course the mo ment the water is out the boat comes up to the surface again. "I don't want to predict any fur ther calamities of this kind for the I this thing. I'll know better when ' T coa lint" tVi e novf lra f nnmac nf I wouldn't bet a cent that she doesn't go to the bottom Involuntarily, at least once, before she leaves our hands." n i CUBAN HOME LIFE. Coffee, Cigarettes, Rocking Chairs and Comfort Generally. From the Baltimore American. The Cuban householder takes the passing stranger wholly into his con fidence. The houses are usually one storied and have great windows ex- tending from the ceiling to the ground, iron oars protect the win- dows. but there are no panes of glass. r0 curtains obstruct the view and oue sees the family at Its meal or the housewife at all her various du- ties, with entire freedom. In the evening the ladies of the house, elab- oraieiy gowneu anu lavisniy pow- uereu. sit in the window ana chat vrIth Posing admirers. Visitors who ' call for a more prolonged stay aret invariably seated in a huge rocking chair, one of two lens: rows of chairs' can' at fiance, see ever- one in the room. The rocking chair is a part of Cuban life, without which one cannot imagine Cuba. Fvervwhpre i ii.. ,u uie ru.luu im Su ""cream. cool drinks, etc. Don't fall to -one the same thing and once morejdrop ,n. , it was careless workmen who werei responsible for it. - "When we are testing a submarine NOTCE. q ake a plunge, holds his breath fori Notice 5s herebv rive that intend from the office of Governor General Alonzo Kalua Kuhia. deceased, late Wood in the magnificent palace. t'o'of Honolulu. Oahu. notice is hereby the humblest hut away in the interi-! 5"ven to a Persons having claims or, you find the rocking chair. In ' against said Estate to present them. the banking houses, in lawyers' fiCIn e ??- ehe" rn.i.in. ,':. xi-nii-jn ,.-,.. va . , WC UlWUfj CV-J !-k -C ' in Havana and you see everybody t Estate are requested to make Imme larily lolling to and fro. j diate payment to me at Honolulu. The lamp on the table or the eIec-;Oahu. or to X. Fernandez. Esq.. at trie light swinging from the ceiling; his office No. 20S Merchant street, throws a bright radiance over the Camnbell Block. room. The complete publicity of every word and act does not appear' to annoy any one. The visitors rock , and smoke, many of the ladles joln- ln5 an occasional cigarette. Thej. coaee nrn sta,Dcis on a sJde table. and at larva's P5 are fill-; T Kfl"ed w5th the Stra'- black': coffee hlch in Cuba Is drank as im- j . - j axoderate1 tea Ja England. The, talented daughter of the house plays ' !1P, , curiously enough. j of the f instead Idresmy Spanish airs that one uliUeZJ songs and ragtime rubbish that has now happily had its day In the states. . THE TIMBER USED. . From the Yale Review. In the United States 4.kVM feet forest. About 620.000.OJ0 cross ties 1 are now laid on American railroads. , . and 90.000.000 new ties are required; auuuuuy- ior renewals, las amuauti .1 .- 1 . .1 of timber used everr year for Uesi j alone is equivalent to 3,000.000.000 j ! feet of lumber. There are now stand-; i ing nearly 7.500.000 telegraph poles. The average life of a telegraph pole is about ten years, so that nearly . 750.000 new poles are required every ' year for renewals. These figures do - T Si.m .m. .-... . ... , .r not Include telephone poles and the iae cotai aQauai consnnipuon oi um- oer ior ties ana poies is equivalent ' to the amount of timber grown on 100.000 acres of ood virgin forest- ;ndboSt trees reauire at east isis anu ooot trees require at ie3si 500.000 cords more. Most newspaper? and packing paper Is made from wooa. Aimougn mis inausiry nab been developed only within the last .' forty years, yet the amount of wood consumed for paper during that time, has been enormous. The total an - nnni w,nmntinn nf a-nn,! fnr nnnor ! pulp is equivalent to over S00.000.000 board feet of timber, for which it would be necessary, were the trees all growing together, to cut some SO.OOOO acres of prime woods. New ce Cream Parlors. D. G. Camarinos has recently open-' ed up a dainty and neat Ice cream J Ji"10'-:"lucl, UL mivca auu ruub. t TvorrtliinrF I A-t"5t J l-UJU. cieau una labiy. ice ins uassencers DSr steamshin "AO RAXGI;. due to sail for tne colonies ! on the ISth inst, must apply for pas oth insT Ist" insl- sage not later than Thursday, the CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN STEAM SHIP LINE, I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.. Agents. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The undersigned beg to advise ship pers that until further notice the rate of freight from San Francisco to Ho nolulu by steamers of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be $3.50 per ton neL WM. G. IRWIN &. CO., General Agents Oceanic Steamship Company. Honolulu. January 10, 1902. NOTICE. All persons are forbidden to tres- pass on the fishing rights at Kaika, Waialua, Island of Oahu. Any person '. tresnasslni or flshimr will ho nmsci ..j .t. ,..n .u., t. I cuted to the full extent of the law. CHING AKINA, Lessee. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for anv debts con-i trontnil in 1a nnma nf "Vte C fl i tracted in the name of Mrs. S. C. Bertelmann or Mrs. I. H. Kahilina. (Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA. Honolulu. January 13th, 1902. NOTICE OF MEETING. A meeting of the stockholders of the Robert Grieve Publishing Com- pauj' Limlted. is hereby called at the omce rhe Treasurer, j. h. nsner. : for SATURDAY, JANUARY 1Sth, 1902, at 3 o'clock p. ni. Said meeting ! . .. . a DemS tor the purpose of uiscussmg the general business affairs of the Company. EDWIN S. GILL, Secretary. Honolulu, Jan. 10th, 1902. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned having been duly aPPCnted Administrator of the Estate of-,Uul authenticated, to the undersign- ? wih!,n Six "" Ihun date here- and all rJnnc fn.TAhtrf n tia uih " -' tT "- -- h.w.u v fc nM KEMALIA. KUHIA. Administrator Estate of Alonzo Kalua Kuhia. deceased. December 23. 1901. AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. On Thursday. January 23rd. at 10, o clock a. a, at nr salesroom. 65 waeea. street. Honolulu. I wiu sell at ruoiic aucuoh. Dy oraer ot ar. ru u. ; MWdledltch. trustee in the estate of. SXSSSSS seec t mr oce: Aarila. Tire Up- - setter. Coal, Bites. Banners, Clamps . Mallets, Bolts, Shovels, Calipers, , Tire Bander, Round and Flat Bar Iron, Bar Tool steel. Wrenches. Drill tress, Flatters, swager. Ponches, rincners. 1 ll.CUtUU, UTS-Ek, CUU7C JU. "Wheels. Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum ber, Drawing Knife, Bevel, etc.. etc. Together with a niteen years lease J Ji T- U VUTTiO. UUU JIUUiAUl aut?, UU Ww. Honolulu, Jan. 9. 1902. JN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST CIRCUIT COURT. OF HAWAII. TERRITORY AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE. In the matter of the Estate of Alex ander Chisholm, late of Hono lulu, deceased. On reading and filing the Petition j and Accounts of the Administrator of i h Etat nf n?rt fMsa; wherotn jt asks that its accounts mav be ex- amined and approved, and that a ' discharging it from all further re- sponsibility as such Administrator. ; . . Qrdered ihat -irondav the 10J Jav "TrSrua A. D W' at ten o-ci0ck a. m at"he Court Room I of the said Court at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. be and the same hereby is . appointed as the time and place for t hearing said Petition and Accounts,,' ' ana that au persons interested may j then and there appear and show T' JLJJ Z "E ! .. .. -... 0.MU..u, ill. Uli.J present evidence as to who are en titled to the said property. Honolulu. Dec. 30th, 1901. By the Court: GEORGE LUCAS. Clerk. Jan. 3, 10. 17, 24. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION OF FORECLOSURE AND OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the powers of sale contained in that ?oain m"f Sn datr d ?-CtAber ,3,0tb; 1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse, formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but! now of San Francisco. State of Calif- i ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in the Registry of Conveyances in said Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263 and 264, the mortgagee intends to foreclose the said mortgage for con dition broken, to wit: the non-payment of the interest on the sum of j Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500) ( the principal sum secured by said j mortgage when due. t ; Notice is likewise given that the ; i property conveyed by the said mort- ga"ge will be sold at Public Auction at J the auction rooms of James F. Mor-i gan. Auctioneer. Queen St. Honolulu. on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-' uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered by said mort- , gage consists of all that piece or par-; ; eel of land situated on the WaikikI j ; side of Makiki Street near Wilder ' I Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com-1 prising: All thst piece or parcel of land con- , taining an area of forty-two hundreths j (42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki, Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the i piece or parcel of land described In Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission Award 1101S to Wahine. Together with all buildings, 1m- provements, rights, easements, nriv- ileges and appurtenances thereunto i belonging. i Terms Cash. United States Gold ' coin; deeds at expense of purchaser, f For further particulars apply to ' HOLMES & STANLEY, Attorneys for Mortgagee. Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901. C. BOSSE, By his attorney in fact. J. M. DOWSETT. A Cup of Good Goffee To get a real good cup of Coffee you'll have to start back of the ac tual making. You'll have to look to the roasting and grinding. LEWIS' CELEBRATED COFFEE Is a high grade blend, but moder ately priced. 30c the pound. Roasted three times a week and ground three times a day from gcod old Kona coffee. Always pure and fresh. LEWIS & CO., ltd. 1066 Fort St. 240 Three Telephones 240. I We F. Wilson Co.. The leading Plumbers of San Fran- cisco. have decided to locate a per- maaent establishment in Honolulu, jx This will give the residents of this' 6 city aa opportunity of having their -A plumbing done at reasonable rales by the most skillful mechanics is the plumbing business. OFFICE AND SHOP AT Tim Vimifa TlMlf RllMllV 116111161 lllic Dllllllc. lOrplienm Tlieatre EVERY EVENING. 8:15 SHARP MM MATINEE SATURDAY 2:30 P.M. LEE and RIALS! World's I Entertainers WILL CHANGE PROGRAMME THURSDAY NIGHT PRICES: Reserved Seats, $1; Gallery. $50c. Children, 25c; Adults, 50cT to the Matinee. DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1 Drink no substitute for KOMEL the pure juice of the grape fruit. Carbonated only by the CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works Co., ltd. Sole Agts, for the Territory of HawalL ! 601 Fort St. Honolulu, T. H. ' Tel- 71 Main. Island orders solicited. I . Buy Only That Which you can enjoy drinking, such as Old Biackthurns Whiskey . This whiskey is distilled from selected grain, is warranted pure and unadulterated, is highly recom mended for its medicinal proper ties, purity guaranteed. AIO Old Gremome Bourbon Whiskey Bottled especially for J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd Wholesale Liquor Merchants. Waverley Block. Bethel Street. PHONE 219. Shanghai From SOc to S3.00 PEK YARD At The PHONG FAT CO. 33 Kins: Street. THESE ARE THE FINEST GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA CLOTHS IN STOCK. oxxxooxocxoo The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd. SAVE TCrS"2? hscb;ve Flash. O 0 o 0 8 O 8 8 Keep one at your bed side and throw light 8 on the burglar "when o he comes a burglinp:." 2 9mnivxMWiCii?tt? I Fresh Flower -Ain--5 WaWe Just Arrived. AH Varieties The Hollister Drug Co., LIMITED- FORT STREET The New England Bakery Is loaded up with Good Things SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES, ALL SIZES, PRICES and STYLES. PIES just to make. like your Mother usel Cookies, Macaroons, Lady FIngera, Cream Puffs and all the dainty Btyle; suitable for Christmas. TONS OF PURE CANDY from cheap grade for children up to better grades for 50 cents. We can furnish you a box of delicious candle worth a dollar elsewhere. -Don't forgetl J. OSWAID LTJTTED, PHONE 74. MANAGER. V ALSO SOME MORE Michigan Stoves and Ranges. AND ANOTHER INVOICE of vontie Ostrl-axici AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL. MM 9 C V l A t 95&$SS&aeSSZX$iStti$$2&&5 C . fciv-fe$ fev xn 3- JS-t.