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BISHOP & Co.. ."BAjnCEKS
Honolulu Hawallnn Jslnndi '
Draw Exobango on tho
Bnnk oV Citlirornijv, t. IT. i
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tito Bnnk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstchurcli. and Wellluclon.
The Bnnk of British Columbia,
torln, B. 0,, nnd Portlnnd, Oi
Transact a General Banking IluMncis.
FUdged to neither Beot nor Tatty.
But ostftbllihod for tho benofit of nil.
MONDAY, AUGUST 111. 1880.
A SENSIBLE REASON.
Those of tlto citizens who were
swooped down upon foi water-rates
last year would be gratified, on
reading Friday's legislative proceed
ings, to notice the shaip and clear
cut fashion in which the pruning
knife fell upon the system of dead
heading water to sundry premises
occupied by persons who ought to
be the last in the city to accept
gratuities of any kind. It appears
that the first list brought down was
incorrect, tho names of Hon. S. Ci.
Wilder nnd the Marine Railway
being on tho roll of beneficiaries.
It was fully explained by Mr.
Wider that, in both cases, the
water referred to was supplied un
der contracts with the Government.
In taking this step, the lion, mem
ber for Koolauloa, and those voting
with him, nre to be commended.
The vote taken in this case will
prove of seven-fold value if it sug
gests to members the propiietyof
offering a stout resistance to other
raids upon the public revenues at
present in contemplation. No doubt
the Genealogy Board will be mound
again, hat in hand, one of these
days for another fill. AVill the
members of the house have the
spirit to sit down on that body? Or
will they be afraid of the spocteis
that may be started from among the
bones by the scientific investiga
tions of the pig? Time will tell.
Ourcontcnipormy, the Advertiser,
appears to ho getting tired of the
slow progress being made by the
Legislative Assembly. For once,
that paper's views are in accord
with public opinion. The most
noticeable feature in our contempo
rary's homily of this morning is the
absence of abuse of the Opposition,
to which his readers have been
treated at the rate of about half a
column per day since the opening of
the session. There are to-day, how
ever, some very, encouraging symp
toms of an awakening to the real
facts of the case, that the Opposi
tion are not wholly responsible for
the slow rate at which the Legisla
tive body is advancing. The Oppo
sition are not responsible' for the
driving of the team, and whether
they keep quiet or not, the general
speed does not seem to be very per
ceptibly improved. Our contempo
rary very properly suggests that
about a week or ten days ought to
be sufficient for the membeis to pei
form all tho good works they know
how to perform. There are mea
sures of public utility on the cieik's
table nnd in the hands of com
mittees wliicli it is high time were
looked u j) and got ready for the
royal assent. If these measures
are allowed to go by the board for
want of time, or are passed in a
pell-mell fashion in the last hours of
the Assembly, it will bo difficult for
- tho country to bee results adequate
to the occasion from the coming
together of thu assembled wisdom.
It is proper, in this connection, to
acknowledge the services of the
Legislature in tho acts relating to
the re-building and tho erection of
all buildings in future in the city.
It was very fortunate for tho city of
Honolulu Unit tho Legislative As
sembly inot so soon after the lire,
and probably fifty years hence it
will bo looked back to as si foitu
nate event that the burn over
'occuriert immediately' before that
meeting. As wo are usually classed
among the sinners of the Opposi
nun, ... . ., ,u ..u L-.Miwbi.i:ii iu.h.
our HUggestions will bo ns readily
adopted ns those of our contenipo-
xary on the sunny side of the ruling
m vt.;ti.ct..,wi! i-
party. withstanding this, as
m duty bound, we bubmit that the
public will be pleased to treat leni-
f nil it- ta n-t trt I .i m-Hml r 1.4
ently the errors of tho past, should
honorable members now settle down
to practical business.
.Not only are there measures re-
quiring attention for the imiposc of
being perfected, but sonic measures
which have advanced several stages
arc uniting for the only kind of at-
tcntlon to which they arc entitled,
nninely, to be consigned to oblivion.
The Advertiser expicsses the
opinion that tho third reading of the
Apptopriation Hill ought to bo de
layed to a late peiiod in order to
include in it all necessary items.
This course might be advisable if
there were any guarantee that none
but "necessary items" would be
thrown in. The committees and
members of the house have surely
had sulllcicnt time already to know
what arc the necessary items. And
once tho day or two in committee
which our contemporary suggests
has been given to the bill, it should
be passed through the final stages
and closed up. While the Appro
piiation Bill lenialns open, there is
a bait before members to lead them
on with resolutions and calls of all
toits for money grants. And as
long as the possibility of getting a
little more remains, just so long will
the hours of the session drag their
slow length along. Members will
consult their own personal advan
tage as well as the public interests
by falling in with railroad methods,
running under a full head of steam
and keeping the brakes well manned.
HONGLULU HARDOR AND WHARVES.
Inei eased harbor and wharf ac
commodation is among the require
ments of Honolulu. Every cent of
the money voted lor this.purpose the
other day 810,000 for dredging the
harbor and S 10.000 for new whaives
and repairs can be at once used to
supply defioiencic-. Indeed, a very
much larger amount might be ad
vantageously expended for deepen
ing and eiilaigiug the harbor, and
for building and extending whimc.
Our own steamers and tailing vessel-
aie steadily growing in numbeis,
creating the necessity for a propor
tionate growth of wharfage space
for their accommodation. And the
probability is we might say, cer
tainly that in the near future for
eign shipping will use this port to
an extent hitherto unknown. It is
only saying what has been said a
thousand times, and what everybody
admits, to say that tho completion of
the Panama canal will effect great
changes in tho shipping routes of
the world, and that Honolulu, be
cause of its geographical position,
must noccssaiily become an import
ant port of call. That the canal will
ultimately be completed, and prob
ably within a few j'ears, there is
good giound of hope. The govern
ment of this country would be wise
in preparing for the event, by en
larging the harbor and increasing
the wharves, to the full extent of its
means. Even leaving the Panama
canal out of calculation altogether,
there is a promising future for tho
port of Honolulu. The growing
trade of North-western America,
Australasia, and the innumerable
islands of tho Pacific will steadily
continue to bring this port into
prominence and importance. We
shall be benefited in proportion to
the conveniences we are prepared to
furnish the shipping engaged in the
trade referred to. It is a question
if the lcclaiming of land at the city
front, which lias been going on for
years, was a wise step. Time may
prove that dredging was the proper
tiling to have done increase of
water rather than increase of land.
He that as it may, no time should
bo lost in deeping the haihor
remains in parts where needed.
ii:vr.xi v-&kvi:xtii da v.
Monday, Aug. 1 Oth.
The Absemhly met at 10 a. m.
Present: Ministers Gibson, Creigh
ton and Daro; Nobles WiUUer
(President), Dominis, Clcghorn and
Kaponn; Heps. Iluyselilcn, Kcau,
Lilikalani, Uakcr, Kauhi, Ainara,
llrown, Kaulia, Pahia, Kaunainano,
"Wight, Nniale, Naliinu, Aholo,
Kaukau, IJicliarilson, Castle, Dickey,
Kaai, inurslon, J'aeliaole, Kauai,
and Pnlohau. The minutes of hifat
meeting were icad and coiillrmcd,
Hep. Nahalo piescntcil two peti
tions from North Komi, that n, law
lift nimrifnrl ffiv tltn fiiinnni'iiirAinnnf nf
I .. .. . -.
t1Q nuinutaciure of taro Hour for
expoitation. Laid on tlic table,
I Hep, Paehaole n petition from tho
I lcPcr settlement of Kalaupupa, for
making n bepnrate election district
of tImf pnl.t 'of Mo)okai. 1oferm,
to select committee on redistribution
Hep. Dickey, on suspension of tho
rules, read u petition from llama
kuapoko, District of Makuwao, that
the place of holding cotut bo chang
ed from Mukawao to Pain, giving i
reasons for the change, nnd asking
for S2,000 for effecting it. Laid on
the table to be considered with n
bill on the subject. The same
member presented four petitions
from other parts of the bislrict,
largely signed, with a similar prayer
which were also laid on the table.
Hep. lCauiianiano, a petition from
11 lepers of Kalawao, that Sitnoim
Kahalehe appointed judge, and W.
11. llanapule deputy sheriff of that
district. Referred to Judieinry
Committee. He also presented u
petition for the removal of Mr.
Meyers from the offee of Superin
tendent of the Leper fcttlcmcnt.
Referred to Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Kaulukou read the Hawaiian,
and Rep. Brown the English version
of a report of the Judiciary Com
mittee on a bill for the relief of
Chas. B. Wilson, Superintendent of
the Honolulu Water Works, the
following being tho English:
To tho Hon. J. S. Wai.kku.
President of the Legislative Assem
bly: Sir, The Judiciary Com
mittee to whom was referred the pe
tition of Charles B. Wilson, pray
ing for relief in regard to certain
deficiencies in the office of the Su
perintendent of Water Works, and
also of the bill to enforce
the pra3,cr for relief, res
pectfully beg leave to report that
they have had the matters referred
to them under consideration, and
have taken considerable testimony,
and your committee is satisfied from
the evidence produced that the
Clerk to the Superintendent of
Water Works was placed in that
olllce in spite of the strong opposi
tion and protest of the Superin
tendent, and that "-evoral attempts
wcic made by him to have the clerk
removed but without success.
Your committee alo find that the
business of the office was conducted
in a very looc and disgiaceful
manner; no books or accounts being
kept, nor was'any account kept of
the amount of cash received or paid
out. Settlements with the Interior
olliee were made whenever the
superintendent or clerk thought
they had too much money in the
olllce for safe keeping, and your
committee hereby return the mat
terf referred to them to this house
for such action n it may think
proper. J. L. Kaumjicoc.
.1. 11. S. Maiitin,
J. K. Kaukamaxo.
G. 11. Pai.oiiau.
Rep. Castle was not satisfied with
the report, holding that the commit
tee should have made some recom
mendation. Rep. Thurston did not think the
leport was fair either to the house
or to Mr. Wilson. The housu
could not go down and take evi
dence, and that was what the refer
ence to the committee was for. If
Mr. Wilson had not lost that 810,
000 he should not have to pay for
it ; but if he had appropriated the
money ho should have to refund it.
Rep. Brown said the committee
had got all the evidence obtainable
as to the facts, in addition to the
account of the affair in the Minister
of Interior's report. They there
fore concluded to leave it to the
house to lake what action it saw fit,
on the facts in the reports of the
Minister and the Judiciary Commit
tee. The report was adopted over an
amendment by Rep. Castle, to refer
the matter back to the committee.
A Saco man who was addicted to
strong drink had worn his wife's
patience entirely out, and the much
abiibcd woman finally decided to
apply for a divorce, llcr husband,
who could but acquiesce in the jus
tice ot tnc decision, nnd perhaps
wishing to begin his career as a
single man with a reputation for
amiability, hired a team to carry
her to Alfred and hunted up a
friend to give the needed testimony
to his bad character as a husband.
The divorce was decreed and with
the bill in her pocket the lady came
down the stairs to meet her ex-husband,
who had waited on tlic door
stoop so as to improve the first
opportunity to try to again pop the
question. So much devotion won
the lady's hcait, and she at once
agreed to the pioposal to try it
again. All this happened half n
dozen years ago, and the pair are
yet enjoying the felicity of their
second honeymoon. Hiddcford
What will sho do with it? is a
conundrum thut naturally suggests
itself in connection with the solid
gold card-caso weighing nearly a
pound presented to Mrs. Cleveland
by Mrs. Hicks-Lord.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, ISifl.
MIL HROU.SK, Sir Yon having
cliiillenged CLEMENTINA to trot
to hurnesb, I am authorized by Cnptnin
llayley lo accept your challenge to trot
inllu heats, three and live to hnrnefs, to
rule, for $3.10 a side, four weeks from
next Satiirdny I have posted $12.1 for.
felt, ith JHiiies Morgan, which I wlch
j on to do likewiKo. The bulnneo, $1 J5,
i to no postal on the ilay of tho nice.
' 1l"y or l'"r' (Ut) J"t. C L. WOOD.
ROOMS TO LET,
AT R8 King r-trcet, upstair, 3 looms,
at $H per month. 400 lw
j Adjourned Meeting llaluwa
, QTOOKIIOLDEHS will please take
notice that tin. adjourned npuuiil
meeting oi ino iiniawn ugnr uouipnny
will ho hold at tho office of C. Brewer &
Co., Queen street, ut 10 o'clock a.m.,
JIONIMY, Aug. 23, 1880.
J. O. OAHTCIt,
Secretary Ilnlnwa Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 18SU. 4Q0 lw
CREDIT TRADE SALE !
Wo lmvc received Instruction from Messrs. II. HAGICFELT) As CO.. to soil nt
public miction, at llielr Store, Queen Sttccl, on a liberal credit to the trade
On WeflnBsaay, TlMAy, Frittay all Saturday,
August 18th, lDlh, 20th nnd 2lst. commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. each day,
llielr Kntiro Stock of
Dry Goods and Merchandise,
As follows: A lni go Stock of Diy Goods, micli as Prints, Cottons Dentins, Tick,
lug. Tailors' Good? Doeskins Buckskins, Motions, Cotton nnd Linen Drills,
Moleskins, Flannels, In any color oi Qiinlitv; Merinos Hupps, Cnburgs, and an hr.
Hortincut of Drc9 Goods, In Silk, Wool nnd Cotton, Men's, Iidiis' mid Children's
Books and Stocking!', Woolen Blanket", In id tl.es nnd iclors; n huge iisoittncnl
of Cotton and Woolen Shirts. A huge, vaiiely of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Hnlr
Oils, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. English and Australian Saddles, assorted styles.
A Stock of Liquors,
As follows: Brniidies, Gin, Wlii-kcy, Rhino Wine. Cinre', Chniiipngno, St. Pnull
and other brands of Gcnunii I.rers'Kngllsh Ales; Ucrir.nu nnd Uuvtuin Cigars; n
large and vniieil assortment of Crorkery and Hiudwiitc, Wrapping I'.iner, Mmket
Hnskcti; mi iivotlmcnt of Groceries Srvips Olive Oil, Vlnujnir in demijohn? and
kegs, Paints and Oils, Coal and Sngiir Bags, nil sizes; White Bros.' Portlnnd nnd
German Cement, Wool Pack and Kilter Press Cloths, and a large assortment of
General Morrhntidisu too numerous to pnitlrtilnilo
tST" This Silo otlbt.s special inducements for Stoickcefets to replenish their
fclootf, as tlie uoods will lie sold willinui
nt Sale. (tn:t fit)
That veiy dcslinblc Collage
on Kienii street, properly of
Mr. .1. !' Smith, nnd tannin-
lug the residence of W. K, CnMle, Ksq
One of the mu:t Mtiinhle house.s iniovui
foi two single gentlemen or small fnm
ily. Everything in tip-top order Am
ple iRToinmodnlion-. tor two horses and
ciiiring.s, etc. Ileni vol) low to tin
iljht pnitlrs. Appl to the Unwniuin
Cnrrlngi) Mannf'g fo' Mllce. -10,) I in
Special Cash Sale.
On TUESDAY, Aug. 17th,
Hi 10 A.M.,ut my Salesroom, will he
sold nt Public Auction,
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
( rookery nnd G-iastwm-. Gioe.-i-And
a general :i--urimi'iii of .Meielmii
Household Furniture !
Having teemed the Service, of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepnred to execute
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Cheap, in nny Quantity.
09 I1USTACE & HOHEhTSON. pm
ONE nice comfortable Cottage on
LUiha btieel, Uenr School, i cut nt
?i)i per month, luiquiie isi
M. S. OKLNBAUM&CO.,
Splendid Opport unity.
Any person ilcihniit. of pio
curing a plea .i tit home eiin
do so liv apnhinir lo tint un
dersigned, this house mid lot i shu
nted on Koit fctreel next to thu Gynimi.
tinm Building. The grounds nre phmt- '
til with many nuo nets nnd plant".
C. K. MILLER'S
01 lm lhi'-iiu-Hs Agency.
Mrs. Mbaril's Sclool,
124 Beretania Street, .
Is Now Open.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COUNEK OF FOHT AND
School Streets, Lelongiiig to Mr. M.
Louisson. Enquire nt the olllce ot
85 lm Queen Ptreeto.
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie JBest Route
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
Tho now and ttiuuicli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lciives Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, Augutt tilth.
The steamer pusses along tho entho
coast of ilio leeward side of lluwill, nf.
fording tourists a panorama of chiirm.
lug scenery, and will btop nt Kenl tko.
kuu Ilay, where Milllcicnt time is nllnw.
ed to visit tho Monument of Captnlu
Tourists hy this route tench Ptinnluu
nt fi o'clock on tho day after lc.iing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making tho entiro pass-ago in
smooth water. At Piinaluu tlieio Is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists Mill boconeycd
by railroad to Pahaln, thciico by Mngo
conch to ll.ilf.way Uoufo, vhcro honest
nnd guides will bo in aitcndnuco to con
voy them to (he Volcano.
Tourists will have to nights nnd one
whole day at tho Volcano House,
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAlUtY AltMITAGE,
Agent, at Willlums' Photograph Gallery,
Poit Mrcet, or ut tho ofllco of tho 1. 1. Er.
N. Co., KBplauudo. f 370 Cm
reserve. Tonus I.llieinl aim inuilo Known
K. P. A DAMi A; CO., Auctioneers.
DESIRING lo clo.c out our Ship
Cluindleiv mill Conunbslon lhisi.
nes, we shall -,.)l ul KEDLOKP
PH1CES uinl will closke out our entire
Steel;, good-will mid lease of piemt-e',
nt a fair valuation, In n re ponslMe
pnrtv. A. W. PKIUCEifcCO.
Burnt Ool, but Not Dead !
N now adjoining the lenr of
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sodn, Lemonade, ntsnparilln,
Fiuit Sjrnps nnd Kssenrcs and
mndc fiom tlic pure Apple, all of which
wo "iininnleo to lie the licit.
JtSST c nl.so invito pnrties intending
irtaiiiig stoies lor the Fiile oi iced
drinks nnd wishing Inuntuin supplies,
to call on ns before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Worts,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
AS complaints have reirhed me of
late from tomo of my customers
thai they can pinehnsc Hawaiinn-mnde
Soap cheaper ih.m I have loin selling
it, 1 beg 10 stale that 1 havo nhinys
tinmueltd my business in u fnir nnd
strnightiuiuaid way, charging thesnme
price to nil alike, and telling at a
moderate into; nnd at the same time 1
would inform my customers and the
public that fiom and nttei this date my
price win no 1? per iuu iu.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lclco, Hont
lulu, .liinuatst. no
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealandln,
70 J Queen & P'-it Street Stored. pf
The White House,
No, 118 Nuimnu fc3trsot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason,
able; Fiislclass Accommodations.
MHB. J. VIEItHA, Proprietress.
? 90 100
03 70 100
Ilnw'n Cai ringo Manf 'gJCo.,
15. O. Hull & Son,
Inler.lt-land S. N. Co.,
0. Brewer A; Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
Reclpiocity Stigai Co.,
h. A. THURSTON, Stoc
IW Morohnnl Hired.
VLLOieitS W. H. CO.,
Leaves' Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalnu, Mau
laea Uay, Makena, Mahukonu, Ka
waibao, Lnupuhoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
ulovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
Wine and Spirit
Campbell Block, Merchant Street, ...... Honolulu.
Keeps tho finest assortment nnd
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
In the City, and offers snmo for snla nt lowest flguics:
" Dolinonico" Champagne, "Cochct Blanc" Champagne,
Veuvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Farro" do., and other rood brands,
" Century " Whiskey hy tho gnllon or dozen ;
Celery, llcef and IrMi; Pacific Congress Wntcr; Napa Sodn ;
Apolllnnrls Wnlcr; Olysmic; Uclinst Ginger Ate; Cider;
Scotch, Irish nnd Kentucky Whiskies; llrnndlesof all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
&g All goods delivered promptly to any part of the City- Ghent enro taken
In packing and shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone 415;
Mutual Telephone, 418;
P. O Uox, fl7n.
30 DAYS !
VI Ul I I
Ninth Great Inventory Sjjlo at tho Leading Millinery
House of Chas. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest to Buyers of bensormble
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
13ootK unci Sliocs, Ilntw nutl Caps, etc.
Wo have just received 10 days Inter than
contract calls for, a large invoice of
1I10 very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes. Ily rcaon ot their late
arrival wo have notified tlic mnnufne
ime that wo shidl sell them on his
aceount nt just ONE-LIALF of tho lu.
Thin Sale will continue until tho entiro
Slock has boon disposed of.
Our 7 MltocH will bo sold for only
Durinir tho next 30 days wo will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire line of all wool Dress Gonds
In plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will bo sold nt 50c on the $1.
A peoiul feature in our Drtsj Goods
Department this week will he the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in coloied Dress
HOc on the .ft.
Embioidciics nutl Xjiicch,
Over 00 now patterns hnve been add.
cd to our all-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A KULI. I.INB OP
TllIMMED AKD UNTKIS1MED
Our 8 Parasols for ?4 10.
Our ?0 Parasols for $ 33.
Our .i Paras ols for $3 83.
Our ..3 Parasols tor $'J.
Ue havo a few Children's Parasols
which wo will oiler for 50 cents tach.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
ug- lm1 The Lending Millinery House, cornci Foit nnd Hotel streces.
One Trial will Convince You !
Great Reduction in the Price oi'Ico Cream !
A Novelty in Honolulu !
From this day nnd hereafter P. HORN will ho prepared to furnish tho
First Steam-made Ice Cream,
which ho guarantees to ha FAR SUPERIOR to Cream mudo by hand,
and which ho will sell at tho following leiluced price, impossible for
others to compete with pf the tame quality:
1 to 2 Gallons,
3 to 5 "
6 to 10 "
10 or More at Special Hates.
Retailers aud Restaurants supplied on prlvato terms and full measure guaranteed
Has mado special arrangements with tho Woodlawn Duiiy and voucho thatnll bin
Creams will bo made from tho Cream of Unit ccIuIjiiukI Dairy, unless ordered
olhorwiso. Ladles and Gentlemen wixhlni; to enloy u dbh of delh.loui CHKAM,
such an only a practical nnd experienced Confectioner can make can bo atcommo
dated iu a cozy, cool and coratortablo room, 14 tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hotel, between Nuuanu and Fort Streets.
E2T Parties wishing to supply themselves with IceOrcnm'Ticketscan buy r, for $1
85 Cash, at tho Store. H '
30 XMlYS !
CARTW1UG1IT &, WA REN'S
for Ladies, Gents nnd Children at
50c on tke$i.
Our 05c llnlbiigan Vest ib extra good
No such oppoitunity to pnrchnso these
woild.renownid goods at htdf price
can posibly 01 cur iiiniin tlii1. scmon.
168 Genls' $12 Suits.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Grrntest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
.FORMER PRICE, $7 00.
These arc nil trimmed nicely and well
in yards of Choice Pi hits foi 1.
10 yards of if wide Collon for $1,
MjauWof Unbleached Cotton for ?1,
412 di . of Gents' lltic Ntckwear, ut 50c
on tho $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, woith EOe.
Cent's White Shirts
We claim to have the luiuest and
most complete Smcl: in this city, the
very best make and tho very lowest
Every Shirt vni ranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS nnd GOOD
Our $2 50 Shirt we will sell for 80
days only nt $1 J5 ciicli, whenever
bought by fciuglo one or 10 dozen at the
300 doz of Mackinaw Hats at POc enchr
Our 3 f.O Hats wo will tell at SI 05,
Z3f Come and 1 10k at ibo-e Hats and
you cannot lesist fiom buying.
Our entiic lino of Hosiery will bo sold
nt 50o on tho $1.
Infants' Shoit Dicses Oambric-Nan-
took tt.lishly made and trimmed
from COo up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aracne, at i;fic u do, termor price, 50c.
Chenille, at 25c: a d z, foimcr price. f,0c.
OurS$l nnd S3 Pompoms will bo
sold dining the niMlOdays for SI CO
83.50 per Gallon,
3.00 " "
2.50 " "
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