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I H t f u 1ii U Nfc to do so yesterday own; to a run, hut the Bank of Sp • %  n c ime l'> assi*tanee. It is reported thai the bank was overloaded with Mexican 'H'III ities. WONDERS OF THE IMPERATOR A German steamei. The largest %  float, A flower garden with a large mint bed. A candy and toy store for children. A notion store. A running track. An elaborate Roman b.nh, two stoiies high 65x41 feel, made ol bronze and marble. A s.vimming tank 31x31 fee', with a maximum depth ol 9 feet I'urkish, Russian and mineral baths, 32 in number. A photographic darkroom. I'lie laigest floating ballroom in the world, 10x60x18 feet. A nidder iliat weigh* 90 tons. A winter garden tilled with rich tiopiral vegetatiors A Ritz-Carlton restaurant, with a veranda cafe. •\ gymnasium, with electrically driven Zander eppaiatus. A millionaire's apar! Eent the size of a 12-room New Yntk flat; it has a private garden anil deck and would perhaps bring $30,000 a year in Manhattan. A public ktenographer. A florist. Six barbers. A manicurist. A gardener. A tailor. A priming department with three printers. A hospital with five physicians. A cabinet maker. I'onr elevators running through five decks. Nielmperator is nearly one-fifth of a mile long. She can carry 6,00-) persons. She has five captains. She carries 83 life boats. Her wireless is powerful enough to reach land when she is in mid 1 cean. She has eight kitchens. Two chief chefs and 116 assistant chefs. For a seven day vovage I he following quantities of food are car1 iedi Fresh meat, 48,500 pounds, Kggs, 48,000. I'otatces, 12 1000 pounds. Fresh vegetables 27,500 pounds. Fowl and tame, 10,500 pounds. Fish and shpltish. 0.000 pounds. Milk and cieam, 1 -\5" Quarts. Tea. 400 pounds. Chocolate and cm "a, 500 pounds. CoHce, 7,000 pounds -New Yoik American. N OTIC E Gasoline S TANDARD Oil. COS GAS. OLINE. Sold in quantities "f One Gallon ai d upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums ol 50 gallons at 23 cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. 'I hese special Drums do a.vav with the necessity of buying a Storage lank. C. C. S VENDERS. _Nov. ;q, 1913. THE NASSAU fURGAIN HOUsh Received by s. s Mantanillo this week : A LARGE ASSORTMEN r OF Dry Goods in extra fine White Cotton, Ladies' fine DrrS* Goods in French Marquisette, Linenes, Poplin*, etc. Gi'ls ami Men's Ovrco.rs. Another Lot Wool Blankeu, Ladies'and Childrens Sweaters, large size Huck Towels al od, Diaper Cloth, Children's Fine SilkHats and Cap--. Ribhona, Flowers, Fine White Satin and Marseille* Quilts, large size. A Fine Lot Velvet Rugs. Large floor size Cre* Rugs. Plain thin white glass 1'umblersal 3d. Engraved „ 4 1I. A large quantity Crockry, V.WS, large and small Lea I rays, I'ic tures, and lots of other (joodw, Hest and largest aMortmenl >f XM\STOYS& PRESENTS to lie had at the above Stoie. Also Headquarters for Furniture, M ittrewtea, Table and Bed Linen and BUM Furrushing Good-. A. F. Moore. Dec. 6, 1913. Market St. iNOUCh! Gasoline S I'ANDARD Oil Co'Ciastdeoe sold in quantities of 5 gallons and upward for one shilling pei gallon at G uage. Bring a Ve*sel fw s "all quantities. Drums may be had wiih"dium lots," subject in return when empty Reo the Fifth Cars sold at '?''75> r,s ' l"* r •"<*"' discount f. o. b. factory. Reo Cars also for Hue. UlCycleS rented for 10s. a week. Auto nobile and bicycle supplies kept in Stock. Cylinder oil and \uto Grease a specialty. Can even sell you a very niiive. nient storage drum with fail'it to keep gasoline, t.'orne and see them. Apply to J. P. SIM Vis, 47 Market Street. Nov. iH, 191 j. TOYS TOYS TOYS ENGLISH A NEW assortment Chiistmas Tree Ornaments, is. doe.. Cricket Hits is. 104s. Cricket Sets is. 6d. to 2s. Rounder Sets is. Foot Hall4s. and ds. Fancy Rubbeido. 6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Toy Furniture, China, lea >ets A. li. C. Blocks, Bread Hoards and Knives. CLOCK WORK TOYS Tick lack lo make children sleep is. 6d. Walking men is. 61. House Maid Sweeping is. 6d Din. cing Man is. fed. Musical Merry Go Round 2s. Large Motoi Busies 2s. 199 various small Mechanical I'oys BASKETS HXSKEIN Market, Flower, Work, Fancy Chip Haskets from 3d. to 3s. each. Life size Plush Animals and large Rubber Dolls and Toys. BAZAAR DOLLS but not li \/\.\K Prices We are noi having a Bas lar, so I sent lor a few fine D reSS Bil D >lls2s, to 8s 50 doz.-nasstd. I) es**d Dl|s moving eyes 91I. to is. d I, Small Dressed Dolls 3d. to g I. MX Lent I") Countei with 1000 6 artirli AMERICAN rOYS 6 reins I oy Counter v.ith 1000 6 cent I rrys Squeakin;; B1II01MH id. to 3d. Woe M is„si)d. to is. I'apei masks id. to fl. Pfiper CapS ami Pistols 2I. t" 6d. Whips, lops, Marbel*, Kitchen Sets. Tubs and Pails, Toy Moves, Toy Furniture, Drawing •slates, Punt Hoxos, Diums, lam liounnes, Pianos, Carriages and Carts all siz< s od. io 6s. VelocipeJea 8s. t,, 10s. IIOPNs HORNS. Baby II >rns 2d and 3. Fog Horns Moud) id. to is. 6 ll>. fm 7 els. „ ,, I and Storm King Brand atUcts. lb. White Granulated Sugar 1 Ihs 24 cts. Brown Crystallized Sugar a 1 5 cts. lb. Above Stock just Received per s s. "Vigdancia" Good Quality and Fresh. And I? st but not least i"^ Pure Jamaica Rum At IOS. Per Gallon "Call early" J. L. SAUNDERS &. Co. Calendars AND GREETING FOLDERS with VIEWS OP NASSAU at SANDS STUDIO and DIOCESAN HOOK STORE. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General thai I have opened my Public Black Smith Simp; and am now ready to do anything m the line ol General repair ni new work Horse - Of The Vogue. "Au Bon Ma.che Stores" and Bijou X MAS Goods and Xroas preseiils in endless variety. A call ;it any one of these three Stores will satisfy and convince the most fastidious. Another advertisement will prove the one, FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Large assortment of Holiday Cake* and Candies duecl fnao ihe Factor) such as Rainbow Mixed ()ur Darling Dixie Plantation Our Hoboy and 25 other different Mixed Cakes at 1 sett per lb Mixed Candies t 18 cts pei lb Also the following Cakes in Packages at 6 cis. Raisin Cookies, O. U. Pies and Lunch Hiscuils. I heso are UIK i|ualeil in Dual it \. A I IOOTES ZVCH ARIAS HARROW. SHOEMAKER D ESIRES l" inform his Patrons and the Public that he lias removed 'rcm Sill If ley Street, near "Kelly's Bakery,'' to the Market Range, City Made-, rear of Gioceiy Stoie rf Mr. Sim Rue, where he is pirpned to serve them as promptly and as efficiently as in the past. I il



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Nulllvis nddii ms | urn re in verba mogletrl. Being bound lo rnte&r lo the Do|m&i >f no Master VOL. XI. N&nau. N. P.. B9.ha.inna. FriJaV. December 12. 1915 No. 19 LEON E. H M II (H,. I1 ITllR AM I'K.' I k I I I OKFICK 38 44 MABKRT STRUT Nassau N. P., I IIAMA>. 1'. O. KOI IM PUBLISHKIi inn Y Monday, •Veitnesility anil Fridaylingle copy ... ... |ii Tuesday ThuiMla\ ane aatuidei* M' air co|>\ %  •• nl Nfeekly 4 i<\ vjoallil v ... ..II., 4 .l J.i titerlv 4. Hall Yearl> Yeanv ... if" I'AYAM.IIN \ IIVAKCP. Advertising Rater: Six pence pei tin' fin (\i-\ inserti<'ii ; tlnre Mora per liii e %  M :ei'i %  ml iiivitiiin. I .il mi| .nl n y pf f lint for subsequent iii-eiin.iiv Adveitiseinei'ts nndei l-1•_ %  111 lines 4 s. riii* Governor, who had made nil HI langeiiients lu proceed in Harbour Inland this evening ,has with n j^iet Im-en compelled In pottp-iiir Ins visit. Last night wis exceptionally favourable for Wireless Communi* cation —'I lit* local Station talked willi and received reply fro n <. •>Ion Panama, KXX} miles Station! beard "i king included Santa Marts Colombia, New Or trans, Washington, Ww York, and lilt White Star linn Cedric. J A deputation of Fruit,—Shippers, namely Messrs I.. < i. More, W. I'. Adderiey, H. E, M. Johni in and II. C. Christie waited upon Hn Fxrrllency llie (iovernoi, mi \\ ednesday last, complaining of the indif feient handling 'if local shipments of fruit, by the subsidized steamers of the Waid Line, They brought lo his Excellency's notice, that two recent shipments of fruit to New York hid been "cooked", resulting in serious loss to the shippers, for which theie was no red i ess other than suil for damages, hud in New York ; and suggested to His Excellency that futuie contracts with mail steamers should make provision for some other mode of rediess in such contingencies. His Excellency assured the gentleinen that the matter Woil'd receive due consideration. nil I lie \l ril.Schooner "Hazel Dell" arrived last night from Grand Ba> hams with fr ighi and passengers. Among the passengers ware P, A. C. Duncouitie Esq. (Commit* sinner) and Mrs. Dun&nnb-, Mr. A, L. Hepburn, Mrs, LetitiHe*. hum, and Miss Mm VYilch combe. J Tlie Verdict of the Coroners |i'.rv, on the lnqui>ilion loudting llie death of an infant found on the 6th December 1913. "Thai there is n< tulfit'ie-nt evi deuce |o sty how I he -ii! infant di 1 Hie." This is il.e case referred to by ns in VYednesdm s is*ue, si tlie re. mnns (5 bones ,,( the skull) which Were found in llie neccessarv on ihe prauiisei ••! Emma line JackSi II. The 3 Reel Special feature at The Imperial tonight "• a Ii 1 '" stoiy of deep interest and -Ii uld he seen l)\ everyone. J The Excursion lo Harbour island per "Frances I'." is postponed fine die. BY RADIOTELEGRAPH. I) -cemhei 12th 1913. New York, 1 1. -Cl' • 111 j{ prices foi storks l Amalcaireied ("upper 70 1. Baltimore & Ohio 0.2 [ %  Can idian Pacific 224 iSt. Paul 99 New York Central 9 1 •• I'e.ns\ Ivania 1118 1 %  Beading 163 Union Pacihc IS-' !• U. S. Steel 58 : Weather Report 8. p.m. nth ; Barometer wind force Atlantic City 30.20 N.\Y. 10. Hatterai 30.02 N. 18. Charleston 3002 N.W 6. Bermuda 30.04 N AY. 18. Key West 30 14 W, 6. Wnshinglon.it President Wil son is still suffering from cold and has cancelled all engagements for the next three days, Mac. Morroco, II. —Fifteen Frenchmen were killed and 22 wounded when a French cohun attacked the Moors and capture tlie town of AingarAska. Freetown, Sierra Leone, it.—A tornado swept over here today do. iug much property damage. It is fined that 250 natives were lost when a score of small boats were blown out lo sea. Verzi Cruz, it.—Rear Admital Fli'tcher reports by wireless that fierce fighting between federals and rebels for possession of Tamp co continues today. According to the admirals advices the federals have retreated into the city limits and fjghtingfwithhi the city itself is is imminent. Reinforcements are coming to the federalsand fighting i< likely to continue for some time. All foreigners are being cared for, some going aboard the Hamburg American liner Kronprinzessen Ct cilia. Buc, France, 11.—Aviator Pegoud looped the loop eight times today carrying passengers. He did the trick ten limes alone. Johannesburg, II,—Sir Lionel Puillips, wealthy mire owner, was shot at three times today by a Dutch storekeeper named Nissun who recently lost a lawsuit against Philips. One bullet lodged in the latters neck and another in his thigh. His condition is not grave Constantinople, n.—Tba Sultan today received in audience Henry Motganthau of New York, the new American Ambassador-to Turkey. Houston Texas, II,—Recent floods in several sections of Tex-is caused property damage of six rrillion dollars and the death ol 165 persons. San Francisco, II.— The (dismasted ami deseited British ship Calgonas from Cnllofor Chile was sighted October p.Sth, 1200 mile* west ofthe coast of Chile, by the Fiench bark Marie,Captain Nonce', which is in port here from J^ivepool. Madrid, ii.— The Hispano— American Bauksuspended payment again to-d ly. It h id been oblig I 1


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Nulllvis nddii ms | urn re in verba mogletrl.
Being bound lo rnte&r lo the Do|m&i >f no Master
VOL. XI.
N&nau. N. P.. B9.ha.inna. FriJaV. December 12. 1915
No. 19
LEON E. H M II (H,.
I- 1 ITllR AM I'K.' I k I I I
OKFICK 38 44 MABKRT STRUT
Nassau N. P., IIiAma>.
1'. O. KOI IM
PUBLISHKIi inn Y
Monday, Veitnesility anil Friday-
lingle copy ... ... |ii
Tuesday ThuiMla\ ane aatuidei*
m' air co|>\ nl
Nfeekly .......4i<\
vjoallil v ... ..II., 4.l
J.i titerlv ...... 4.
Hall Yearl>
Yeanv ... if"
I'aYAM.I- IN \ IIVAKCP.
Advertising Rater: Six pence pei tin'
fin (\i-\ inserti<'ii ; tlnre Mora per liiie
'M :ei'i ml iiivitiiin. I .il mi- | .nl n y pf f
lint for subsequent iii-eiin.iiv
Adveitiseinei'ts nndei l-1_ 111 lines 4s.
" riii* Governor, who had made
nil hilangeiiients lu proceed in
Harbour Inland this evening ,has
with n j^iet Im-en compelled In pott-
p-iiir Ins visit.
Last night wis exceptionally
favourable for Wireless Communi*
cation 'I lit* local Station talked
willi and received reply fro n <. >-
Ion Panama, kxx} miles
Station! beard "i king included
Santa Marts Colombia, New Or
trans, Washington, Ww York, and
lilt White Star linn Cedric.
J
A deputation of Fruit,Shippers,
namely Messrs I.. < i. More, W. I'.
Adderiey, H. E, M. Johni in and II.
C. Christie waited upon Hn Fx-
rrllency llie (iovernoi, mi \\ ednes-
day last, complaining of the indif
feient handling 'if local shipments
of fruit, by the subsidized steamers
of the Waid Line,
They brought lo his Excellency's
notice, that two recent shipments
of fruit to New York hid been
"cooked", resulting in serious loss
to the shippers, for which theie was
no red i ess other than suil for
damages, hud in New York ; and
suggested to His Excellency that
futuie contracts with mail steam-
ers should make provision for some
other mode of rediess in such con-
tingencies.
His Excellency assured the gen-
tleinen that the matter Woil'd re-
ceive due consideration.
nil
I lie \l ril.Schooner "Hazel Dell"
arrived last night from Grand Ba>
hams with fr ighi and passengers.
Among the passengers ware P,
A. C. Duncouitie Esq. (Commit*
sinner) and Mrs. Dun&nnb-, Mr. A,
L. Hepburn, Mrs, Letiti- He*.
hum, and Miss Mm..... VYilch
combe.
j
Tlie Verdict of the Coroners
|i'.rv, on the lnqui>ilion loudting
llie death of an infant found on the
6th December 1913.
"Thai there is n< tulfit'ie-nt evi
deuce |o sty how I he -ii! infant
di 1 Hie."
This is il.e case referred to by
ns in VYednesdm s is*ue, si tlie re.
mnns (5 bones ,,( the skull) which
Were found in llie neccessarv on
ihe prauiisei ! Emma line Jack-
Si II.
The 3 Reel Special feature at
The Imperial tonight " a Ii1'" stoiy
of deep interest and -Ii uld he seen
l)\ everyone.
J
The Excursion lo Harbour is-
land per "Frances I'." is postpon-
ed fine die.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
I) -cemhei 12th 1913.
New York, 1 1. -Cl' 111 j{ prices
foi storks l
Amalcaireied ("upper 70 1.
Baltimore & Ohio 0.2 [
Can idian Pacific 224 i-
St. Paul 99
New York Central 9 1
I'e.ns\ Ivania 1118 1
Beading 163
Union Pacihc IS-' !
U. S. Steel 58 :
Weather Report 8. p.m. nth ;
Barometer wind force
Atlantic City 30.20 N.\Y. 10.
Hatterai 30.02 N. 18.
Charleston 3002 N.W 6.
Bermuda 30.04 N AY. 18.
Key West 30 14 W, 6.
Wnshinglon.it President Wil
son is still suffering from cold and
has cancelled all engagements for
the next three days,
Mac. Morroco, II. Fifteen
Frenchmen were killed and 22
wounded when a French cohun ,
attacked the Moors and capture
tlie town of AingarAska.
Freetown, Sierra Leone, it.A
tornado swept over here today do.
iug much property damage. It is
fined that 250 natives were lost
when a score of small boats were
blown out lo sea.
Verzi Cruz, it.Rear Admital
Fli'tcher reports by wireless that
fierce fighting between federals and
rebels for possession of Tamp co
continues today. According to the
admirals advices the federals have
retreated into the city limits and
fjghtingfwithhi the city itself is
is imminent. Reinforcements are
coming to the federalsand fighting
i< likely to continue for some time.
All foreigners are being cared for,
some going aboard the Hamburg
American liner Kronprinzessen
Ct cilia.
Buc, France, 11.Aviator Pe-
goud looped the loop eight times
today carrying passengers. He did
the trick ten limes alone.
Johannesburg, II,Sir Lionel
Puillips, wealthy mire owner, was
shot at three times today by a
Dutch storekeeper named Nissun
who recently lost a lawsuit against
Philips. One bullet lodged in the
latters neck and another in his
thigh. His condition is not grave
Constantinople, n.Tba Sultan
today received in audience Henry
Motganthau of New York, the new
American Ambassador-to Turkey.
Houston Texas, II,Recent
floods in several sections of Tex-is
caused property damage of six
rrillion dollars and the death ol
165 persons.
San Francisco, II. The (dis-
masted ami deseited British ship
Calgonas from Cnllofor Chile was
sighted October p.Sth, 1200 mile*
west ofthe coast of Chile, by the
Fiench bark Marie,Captain Nonce',
which is in port here from J^ive-
pool.
Madrid, ii. The Hispano
American Bauksuspended payment
again to-d ly. It h id been oblig I
1


I H t f u 1ii U Nfc
to do so yesterday own; to a run,
hut the Bank of Sp n c ime l'> as-
si*tanee. It is reported thai the
bank was overloaded with Mexican
'h'iii ities.
WONDERS OF THE
IMPERATOR
A German steamei. The largest
float,
A flower garden with a large
mint bed.
A candy and toy store for child-
ren.
A notion store.
A running track.
An elaborate Roman b.nh, two
stoiies high 65x41 feel, made ol
bronze and marble.
A s.vimming tank 31x31 fee',
with a maximum depth ol 9 feet
I'urkish, Russian and mineral
baths, 32 in number.
A photographic darkroom.
I'lie laigest floating ballroom in
the world, 10x60x18 feet.
A nidder iliat weigh* 90 tons.
A winter garden tilled with rich
tiopiral vegetatiors
A Ritz-Carlton restaurant, with
a veranda cafe.
\ gymnasium, with electrically
driven Zander eppaiatus.
A millionaire's apar! Eent the
size of a 12-room New Yntk flat;
it has a private garden anil deck
and would perhaps bring $30,000
a year in Manhattan.
A public ktenographer.
A florist.
Six barbers.
A manicurist.
A gardener.
A tailor.
A priming department with
three printers.
A hospital with five physicians.
A cabinet maker.
I'onr elevators running through
five decks.
Nielmperator is nearly one-fifth
of a mile long.
She can carry 6,00-) persons.
She has five captains.
She carries 83 life boats.
Her wireless is powerful enough
to reach land when she is in mid
1 cean.
She has eight kitchens.
Two chief chefs and 116 assis-
tant chefs.
For a seven day vovage I he fol-
lowing quantities of food are car-
1 iedi
Fresh meat, 48,500 pounds,
Kggs, 48,000.
I'otatces, 12 1000 pounds.
Fresh vegetables 27,500 pounds.
Fowl and tame, 10,500 pounds.
Fish and shpltish. 0.000 pounds.
Milk and cieam, 1 -\5" Quarts.
Tea. 400 pounds.
Chocolate and cm "a, 500 pounds.
CoHce, 7,000 pounds -New
Yoik American.
N OTIC E
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. COS GAS.
OLINE. Sold in quantities
"f One Gallon ai d upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums ol 50 gallons at 23 cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
'I hese special Drums do a.vav
with the necessity of buying a
Storage lank.
C. C. S VENDERS.
_Nov. ;q, 1913.
THE NASSAU fURGAIN
HOUsh
Received by s. s Mantanillo this
week :
a large assortmen r of
Dry Goods in extra fine White
Cotton, Ladies' fine DrrS* Goods in
French Marquisette, Linenes,
Poplin*, etc.
Gi'ls ami Men's Ovrco.rs.
Another Lot Wool Blankeu,
Ladies'and Childrens Sweaters,
large size Huck Towels al od,
Diaper Cloth, Children's Fine Silk-
Hats and Cap--. Ribhona, Flowers,
Fine White Satin and Marseille*
Quilts, large size.
A Fine Lot Velvet Rugs.
Large floor size Cre* Rugs.
Plain thin white glass 1'umblersal
3d. Engraved ......41I.
A large quantity Crock- ry, V.WS,
large and small Lea I rays, I'ic
tures, and lots of other (joodw,
Hest and largest aMortmenl >f
XM\STOYS& PRESENTS
to lie had at the above Stoie.
Also Headquarters for
Furniture, M ittrewtea, Table
and Bed Linen and BUM Fur-
rushing Good-.
A. F. Moore.
Dec. 6, 1913. Market St.
iNOUCh!
Gasoline
SI'ANDARD Oil Co'Ciastdeoe
sold in quantities of 5 gallons
and upward for one shilling pei
gallon at G uage.
Bring a Ve*sel fw s "all quanti-
ties.
Drums may be had wiih"dium
lots," subject in return when empty
Reo the Fifth Cars sold at
'?''75> 'r,s ' l"*r "<*"' dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Cars also for Hue.
UlCycleS rented for 10s. a week.
Auto nobile and bicycle supplies
kept in Stock. Cylinder oil and
\uto Grease a specialty.
Can even sell you a very niiive.
nient storage drum with fail'it to
keep gasoline, t.'orne and see
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIM Vis,
47 Market Street.
Nov. iH, 191 j.
TOYS TOYS TOYS
ENGLISH
ANEW assortment Chiistmas
Tree Ornaments, is. doe..
Cricket Hits is. 104s. Cricket Sets
is. 6d. to 2s. Rounder Sets is. Foot
Hall- 4s. and ds. Fancy Rubbeido.
6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Toy
Furniture, China, lea >ets A. li.
C. Blocks, Bread Hoards and
Knives.
CLOCK WORK TOYS
Tick lack lo make children
sleep is. 6d. Walking men is. 61.
House Maid Sweeping is. 6d Din.
cing Man is. fed. Musical Merry Go
Round 2s. Large Motoi Busies 2s.
199 various small Mechanical I'oys
BASKETS Hxskein
Market, Flower, Work, Fancy
Chip Haskets from 3d. to 3s. each.
Life size Plush Animals and
large Rubber Dolls and Toys.
BAZAAR DOLLS
but not li \/\.\K Prices
We are noi having a Bas lar, so I
sent lor a few fine DreSSBil D >lls2s,
to 8s 50 doz.-nasstd. I) es**d Dl|s
moving eyes 91I. to is. d I, Small
Dressed Dolls 3d. to g I.
mx Lent I") Countei with 1000
6 artirli -
AMERICAN rOYS
6 reins I oy Counter v.ith 1000
6 cent I rrys
Squeakin;; B1II01MH id. to 3d.
Woe M issi)d. to is. I'apei masks
id. to fl. Pfiper CapS ami Pistols
2I. t" 6d. Whips, lops, Marbel*,
Kitchen Sets. Tubs and Pails, Toy
Moves, Toy Furniture, Drawing
slates, Punt Hoxos, Diums, lam
liounnes, Pianos,
Carriages and Carts all siz< s od.
io 6s. VelocipeJea 8s. t,, 10s.
IIOPNs HORNS.
Baby II >rns 2d and 3. Fog Horns
Moud) id. to is. 6 We have not room enough lodis.
play out I'oys, but *" hive just
imi you want and the cbeapesl
at
I HE KNICK KNXCK STORK
30 Market St.
O
S-e!*
UP Spaci il Line
of PORFRAir WOPK
for Christmas.
SANDS, Photographer,
Bay-street, City*
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
BEST No. 0 Flour at 4 cts. lb
1 l.amel Brand
> ll>. fm 7 els.
,, I and Storm King
Brand atUcts. lb.
White Granulated Sugar 1 Ihs
24 cts. Brown Crystallized
Sugar a 1 5 cts. lb.
Above Stock just Received
per s s. "Vigdancia"
Good Quality and Fresh.
And I? st but not least
i"^ Pure Jamaica Rum
At ios. Per Gallon
"Call early"
J. L. SAUNDERS &. Co.
Calendars
AND GREETING FOLDERS
with
VIEWS OP NASSAU
at
SANDS STUDIO
and
DIOCESAN HOOK STORE.
NOTICE.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
thai I have opened my Public
Black Smith Simp; and am now
ready to do anything m the line ol
General repair ni new work Horse
Mechanically.
P. V I'lnvbr,
Bay Street. East 1 Wharl
ANNA E.RAE
Propr;ol > - Of
The Vogue.
"Au Bon Ma.che Stores"
and Bijou
XMAS Goods and Xroas
preseiils in endless
variety.
A call ;it any one of these
three Stores will satisfy and
convince the most fastidious.
Another advertisement will
prove the one,
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Large assortment of
Holiday Cake* and Candies
duecl fnao ihe Factor) such as
Rainbow Mixed
()ur Darling
Dixie Plantation
Our Hoboy and 25 other different
Mixed Cakes at 1 sett per lb Mixed
Candies t 18 cts pei lb Also the
following Cakes in Packages at 6
cis. Raisin Cookies, O. U. Pies and
Lunch Hiscuils. I heso are uik i|ual-
eil in Dual it \.
A I IOOTES
ZVCH ARIAS HARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES l" inform his Patrons
and the Public that he lias
removed 'rcm Sill If ley Street, near
"Kelly's Bakery,'' to the Market
Range, City Made-, rear of
Gioceiy Stoie rf Mr. Sim Rue,
where he is pirpned to serve them
as promptly and as efficiently as in
the past.
I
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