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BISHOP & Co., ItANKIOKQ
Honnluln, Hawaiian Iflnnds
Draw Kxohnngo on tlio
Bnnlc oJ'Oulll'oviitiu H. JP.
And their ngcnlfi In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commcralnl Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Coinmcrcinl Hntik Co., of Sydney,
The Ilauk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd "Wellington,
The Hank of Hritleh Columbia, Vic
toria, H. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a Goncrul Banking Iluslm-s?.
Wu gih m!.Lv:Hu,
Pleilgel to neither Soot nor l'urty.
Hut (BtdbUshcil for the benefit of nil,
FRIDAY, SEPT. !), 188G.
TOO LARGE EXPECTATION.
Yve hope Unit wu may bo mistaken
in the belief that expressed anticip
ations relative to Postal Savings
Hank deposits are too sanguine. A
quarter million dollars is the figure
stated as the one to which the de
posits are expected to reach in a
few months. Tins N a very large
amount for mi small a community to
dispose of in this way. We are
very doubtful if anywhere near this
sum will bedepositcdin thotiinespeci-
iicd. We ecrti'inly shall be glad to
find ourselves mista'cen. Even should
time prove that the expressed hope
is none loo sanguine, that amount
cannot be all used as a loan to the
Government, for the carrying out ol
public works, because withdiawals
have to be provided for. TJic public
are not going to keep on continu
ously depositing without any one
withdrawing. By the time a half
million has been deposited, a half of
that amount or much more may
have been again withdrawn. Some
people who talk of the sums ex
pected to be shortly available to the
government from this .source, ap
parently overlook the fact just
Friday, Seplcmbqr Jlrd.
At 10:15 a. 3i. the roll-call was
called, to which the following oMlcers
and members replied: Ministers
Gibson, Creighion and Dare; Nobles
"Walker (President), Dominis, S.
Parker, Martin and Uishop ; Reps.
Ilayselden, Lilikalani, Hakcr, Kaii
lia, Kauhanc, Ivalua, Aholo, Kau
kau, Dickey, Paebaolc, Kauai,
"Wight, Brown, Kaunamaiio, Kauiu
kou, Castle, Dole and Xaliinu.
The minutes of last Wednesday's
proceedings were read at 10 :.lf a. m.
and business proceeded.
Rep. Castle, on behalf of the Min
ister of the Inteiior reported on the
item proposed to be inserted in the
Appropriation Bill to cover road
Hon. J. S. Wai.kui:, President
Legislative Assembly, Sin: The
select committee to which was re
ferred an item of $100,000 proposed
to be insetted in the Appropriation
Bill for roads damages respectfully
report as follows :
The amount of damages covered
by the new street opening and widen
ing in the Honolulu burnt district will
amount to not far from 8210,000.
That required for other openings
and widenings of streets and for new
streets will amount to from $50,000
to $100,000. Of course a consider
blc portion of this, perhaps a half or
two-thirds, will come back in the
shape of assessments for betterments
which will appear as a government
Your committee therefore recom
mend the insertion of an item of
$275,000 for road damages.
Wajii:ii M. Giissox,
W. R. Castu:,
Rep. Aholo rcpoited on a petition
by gaol guards for balance due them,
recommending that the amount be
not paid as not being due. Report
Also, from the Finance Com
mittee on a petition presented by
Rep. Kalun praying for payment of
$ for work done on the Palace
by Geo. Lucas, Tho majority re
commend the money be paid ; the
minority that it bo not paid, but that
it bo referred to tho Minister of In
terior, and if approved of, ho can
pay it out of appropriations already
Rep. Castle presented the follow
ing report :
Hon. J. S. Wai.kj.ii, President
Legislative Assembly, Sin : The
Select Committee to which was re
ferred a bill entitled, "an act to
amend and consolidate the law re
lating to commissioners of private
ways and water rights," respect
fully report as follows :
Tho bill seonis to have been drawn
with caro and the effect if it be
comes law, will be to simplify and
render less expensive tho proceed
ings relative to ways and water
' A bill (similar to this passed tho
cwiw.-wai tpluijKttt truf i.Vf."tovwf
egislatlvo Assembly t its Inst ses
sion, but failed lo receive the lovnl
assent, the probable eaiibc ofobjec
tion has been removed.
If tltis bill becomes law it will do
away with some of tho uncertainly
at present existing regarding deci
sions of the commissioners. There
can be no doubt that all such deci
sions should respect ancient rights,
but at present under the wording of
the law that such decisions shall
be just and equitable coinmis
sione's somel imes undertake to
adjust questions arising between
owners of rights of way or water in
such a way as seems equitable, but
without regard to questions of an
cient right. These decisions are al
ways overruled by the Appellate
Court, but the necessity of going to
an upper Couit involved an expense
which ought not, to be laid upon
poor suitors. The present bill does
away with the peradventuro by
directing that decisions shall respect
Upon the whole matter the com
mittee recommend that the bill be
W. K. Uasti.i:,
S. 1$. Dou:,
.!. I. Dowsurr.
The Altorney-Generally moved it
be laid on the table. Cairied.
Rep. Aholo reported on an item
of 87,(K1S.!)j, to pay expenses of
f uncial of Her late Majesly Queen
Emma, recommending that it bo in
serted in the Appropriation B'll.
Rep. Dickey made a icport on
behalf of the minority, recommend
ing lhal a coiuraiy coiuse be taken.
Repoi.s la'd on table to be con
sidered with the Appropiialion Bill.
Rep. Thurston leported that the
committee lo whom was referred the
payment of 8-, 000 for Japanese
interpreters, recommend it be not
paid, not being due. Report
Rep. Kalua reported against the
payment of sundry claims. Report.
In the Flowerdew matter they
have not been able to obtain a meet
The Attorney-General moved that
no new business be introduced into
the Assembly after Monday, Gth
oituint or Tin; day.
The house went into committee of
the whole on the Appropriation Bill,
Noble Dominis in the chair.
The Attorney-General moved to
insert an item of $3(i2.45, to rc
imbuiso the ex-Mai shal Soper,
S2G2.25, Deputy Shorriff Chilling
worth S100.20, lespcctive amounts
of judgment against them in their
oflicial capacities. Laid on table.
At noon the house took recess
until 1 :'S0 i. m.
WHERE GRANT DIED.
pas-scd. several hours at Mt.
McGregor recently. The Drexel
cOLtagc remains almost literally as
when General Grant died. There
are tho bed upon which the illus
trious commander breathed bis last,
bis favoiile chair, bis garments, in
cludins; dressinerowns, slinpeis, and
hats and even bis medicines, cups
and the sponges with which he was
wont to moisten his iips. You are
shown pens with which be wiote the
latter portion of bis book, and quan
tities of paper, cut in small sizes, by
means of which he was wont lo carry
on bis share of conversation. A
number of the beautiful (lower pieces
wrought in immortelles, sent by the
friends of the General, including
the huge pillow from 11 Philadelphia
I'ost, G. A. 1L, arc also on view.
All these relics aie looked upon by
the visitors in solemn silence. .Some
of Ilium might with propriety be re
moved notably the medicines and
vessels. Outside the cottage all
looks calm and beautiful. 7'w
THE SLUMS OF BERLIN.
It is said that the slums of Berlin
are worse", if possible, than
those of Paris or London. In the
German Capital a small number of
houses are occupied by one or two
families, but the great majority con
tain more. Twenty-live hundred
contain from 10 to 20 lodgings,
20,000 from 20 to 0 lodgings and
10,000 over !10 lodgings each.
Seventy-five thousand of these lodg
ings are composed of one room only
and inhabited by no fewer than
270,000 persons, which is an aver
age of nearly four persons, per room ;
7f,000 other lodgings are composed
of two rooms and occupied by
300,000 inhabitants, while the ic
maining 80,000 lodgings are formed
of three rooms, inhabited by MO, 000
people. In the poorer quarter the
houses are so packed together as to
be almost deprived of light.
A lawyer is happiest when his
friends are in trouble; a doctor,
when his friends are seriously sick;
an undertaker, when his friends
Mil, il HAOKFBW) has this day re
tirrd from our firm and JIH. J.C.
GLADK has withdrawn from our llrni
as general partner
Honolulu, Ultt August, lfcSO.
MH. K. MULLEN has thij day been
admitted as 11 general partner of
our linn, and MH. J. U. GLADE will lo
a bpeclal partner of our firm from and
after this dale,
MR. IL LOSE is authorized to sign
our Jinn nnmo by procuiation.
ILHAOKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, let September, 1880, (SO Ot
SATUltDAY, Soiit.dth, j
at 10 o'clock A.M., at onr Salesroom,
Qt'.ccn slicct, we will cell nl public
auction, a Hun of Fancy Goods,
Silk Shawls, Silk Coats,
Rolls of I'ongco Silk,
Ivory Card Receiver,
Tortoise Sin II and Feather Fans,
Sandalwood lowel 15oes.
A huge nsMi.'lincnt of .Jewelry, Ac.
E. J ADAMS & Co.
rjPllE undersigned icspectfnlly calls
JL iho attention ol the Ladles of
Iluuobilu to tin; new and superb block
ol UnitH wliicli litiK Jim come lo luuui
fiom b.itinpe and llie United, slates,
comprising lilt; Inllowlug article:
A splendid lluu of Linen Lawn dross
put loi lis In K'.ynid length. Those
goods will be Wi'iiul on Inspection lo he
the choicest In ihK market and at such
prices as will tub the times.
Whilu dies Inbiics In l'lnid and
stripcil ISaiisook, checktd Cambric-,
plain Xnhisook while I'lque Victoria
A choice sehotion of Pluld limiting
In evening h1iui.Ii.-.-;
black and eoloied French Ciithmcrc
in all the leading shade-,
Velvets anil YeHilet'iH ol all the
popular shade;-, Trimming Satin in all
Flench diess Mlks In black and
culms, iilo in ecnlng shades,
Ileal and imitation Lace- in black,
white, ci cam and eciu,
All over Knibioidi-ries in blue and
plain while, 'looking and Kullling.
Thoe goods having I cell bought
fiom sample, are the must stylish In de
signs ol unwilling hi this cltj, and well
wotth the inspection uf the ladies,
Ladies' Law n Handkerchiefs in all
the leading styles, alio the latest ami
newest disignsin eolois; Kibbims iu all
llm popular makes ami shade.
A lull line oi Ladies' llo-iny in Lisle
Thicad, Ballnigao and fane)' snipes,
Ostrich Tips and Feathers in the lead,
ing shades, an immense stock of French
Uilldicn's whbe Dresses, L-ico Uou-
ncts, Lace Cap, Hoods, Ac; complete
line of Ladiis and Children's Under
wear, Ladies and Childien'n Corseis
We keep constantly on hand a full as
sortment of Ladies', Misse-', and Cliil
ilieu's tiimmcd and umiimuied Hats,
A well-seleeltd Mock ol Ladles',
Mis-es', and Ubildien's lioois, bhoc3
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in all the leading i-ltades.
White Oiiifs C oth iu tntee grades,
1'li'n and Knihioldered
We would eall ycurspeci.il attention
to tho above line of dood-i.as we heliovn
theyaie tho itclii'M and llnesl ever im
ported 10 this maili-t.
Gentlemen, a wmild 1 cnpcctl ullv c ill
vour attention to our ViirnMiiiig Omuls
Department, as it is leplete wi li the
latest styles of Neckwear, Suspenders
aud Uosiuy. Underwear in Silk, LiKe
lliicad meiino and unuze. A splendid
and selgcted dock of uoiking Shirls in
II 1111 11 el and cotton.
We have just leceived direct from the
manufactory, New York, a full and
complete assortment of Gents' While
Shins. Call and see them, as we claim
lliem to h tho licit and cheapest Shirts
evei ollered in this market for tlio price.
A lull line of Purrnjc Shirts, Boys'
Shirts and Underwear, lien's and Boy's
Slinw nnd Felt Hats in Uhick and Dmb
Cloth for Men and Uoys' wear.
I.adiea tiro le-ipecfullv requested to
call and ,-ee the Ilne3t and largest assort,
nitiii of Sill; I'oiigcen, Grass Cloth and
Silk Handkerchiefs ever imported at
one limn to mis mniKel.
Jgj? We tender our sincere tlinnks to
the public of Honolulu for their liberal
pniioiuie, and hope hy strict intention
10 business and honest dealing, to merit
a continuance of the mine.
Corner Fort and Holel utriets.
GKO. 15. PEACOCK,
.Manager. 07 Fr 3m
1 am insliucted by Air. E. II. Hendry
lo Fell at Public Aucliou, at his lies!,
deuce, Kiiuiu street,
On Wednesday, Sept. 8th,
at 10 a.m., tho wholu'of his Household
Furniture and Ell'ects, compiislug
BW Extension Dining Tablo & Chairs,
1JW Side Iloaid and Chlflbnier,
2 Lounges, Curtain Poles, Pictures,
Superior Lot of Hed and Table Linen,
1 Splendid l'rimcvcrn Hed 100 in Set,
1 Splendid Oak Bedroom Set,
1 Oillce Desk, Letter Press & Stand,
Large ct Small lings, '.Mot-quilo Nets,
Who and Curled Hair Mnttinsscs,
I'Vather Pillows, Chandeliers & Lamps,
Cri ckery. Plated and Glassware,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Refrigerator, Stent Safe,
(linden Tools and Hose,
Al"(, a choice lot ol Fowls i&Tuikeyp,
1 line Cairlngu Horse,
Phaeton cc iiarncsii.
AX Ordfr on Mesi, Sehacfer & Co.
for 000, drawn by O. Mciuccko
in favor of O, lleineliL-rger. All persons
tiro hi rebv warned against negotiating
the same.' O. IIEINEBEhGJSK.
St. Louis' College
Boarding nnd Day School
Boarding and Day School
FOR BOYS AT
'I hi" Course of Instruction einbtares
all the branches of a good Christian
nnd Commercial Kducnti"ti. A Special
Olnes has been formed this year for ad.
vanced scholars. Latin. Greek, French
mid German arc optional.
I''or D.iy Scholars, HOc, 75c, $1, 8LM
The Jlouillng l)c)iirlmpnt consists of
two dlBllnul classe-t of pupils.
Board ami Tuition, 1st Glass, per
Hoard and Tuilion, 'J ml Class, per
Instrnmcutal Atusio, per month.. 4
Vocal llmlc & Dinning free of charge.
Jiiumdry Expenses, per month.... a
Medical attendance, iomis extra
charge, also, repniis of all kinds.
Hooks an 1 Slullnnery at current Kites.
Payments must he made qtuutu'ly
(eveiy 2) mouths) and in advance.
Every Hoarder must be providid with
lie I clothes, maltrasses, iwo night,
gowns, several suits of clothing for Sun
days and wrj'k davs, six slilus, six
pocket handkerchiels, three pairs of
stockings, collars and tics, ihiccpnhs
of shoes nil nmikid. Also, toilet aili
cles, such as hair brush, tooth, nail and
shoe brushes, eombs, soap and blacking.
Kor iidmbsion as Hoaiderit certillrales
of good iiinrnl chaiactei and of hvallh
in o reqiiiMd.
Uiil lot ms will ho ohligaloiy for
Hoauleis may spend the tlist S iturday
of evciy month with their patents or
A qunrliiily rejintt of the hcaltli, con
duct and improvement of every bnaidn
w ill he lenl" to his paienls or guaidians.
'I lie !M!-s(in coiuniei.ces this jear on
MONDAY, September III, lbSO. '
B&" For fui titer particulars apply lo
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
13y order of the Trustees ot llie Kethel
Church, 1 will sell at 1'iililic Auction, at
my Salesroom, in Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25. 'SG,
nt 12 o'clock, noon,
that cry valuable and de-iiablc pro-
peity owned by Hie llclhel Cliuich
Association, and known as the
Bethel Church Lot
situate at the corner of Kiiti; and ISethcl
The dimensions ot tlio whole lot is as
lolh w- viz: On Iv-'ng s-tii ei MI.5 feel
(S !i? -10' E) on BciIh 1 street, l'JJ.0
leet (S (1S art' U'J adjoining Sailois'
Home, f.7 5 feet (N 17 00 W) on the
Eun side, back ait. 11i.7o feet (N 0J
20" E) to Hie initial p dm. The pro.
perty is laid out iu four magnificent
building lots, n follows, viz:
1 Lot iaeiiijy on King1 St.,
1 JLol corner King & Bethel
3 Lots facing Bethel St.
IJethel street is to he w iiloued lo !)0
feet, making this a very valuable build.
ing site ior business noises.
A plan of thih piopeity can he foen
my 1 flice.
Cr . lenns are , ChsIi, the, Imlnnc"
lo lie piid in equal installments, in 1, U
and 8 years', tecniLil by (iist mortgage
upon the premises sold, and improve
ments heieilter placed iheieon. Intcicst
at the rate of S per eent. per annum, pay
able semi. mi nu ally, fiee of taxes. I'l-in.
eipal and inteiest payable iu U. S. Gold
Deeds at tlie expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
THE Cottage now occupied bv MIL
E. It. HEXDKV. containing li
Itooms, Jiutlii 00111, I'antry, Verandah
Itoom, etc. There are also Stables.
Carriage Uoue, Servant's Itoom, and
Chicken House, all in good order. Ap
ply on tho premises or to
A. J. CAKTWHIOIIT,
liO If Kaalimmmu Stiect.
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886.
Tho Facully of the pat year will he
Increased Id 'the addition of Mr. O. W.
Soverence, A. 11.. wh comes to iir from
llie Manchesier School, Mnnchet-tcr, Yt.
Mr. Sevcreucc has mado a special study
of the French Lnugtmge lu Kuroiie, and
will take t l)it t branch in the College
work toucther with Elocution and kind,
red subjects The Hoarding Department
will be under the tunic management as
last year, and oilers 11 plcin-nui i-chool
home lo all who may dclie to live nt
Those planning to join the school for
the coming year are requested to com.
munlcate ut an oailv datit with tho Pre?.
deal, REV.'W. C. MKHHI1T.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7U Rerctama street, Honolulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
Tho Trustees have added 11 year lo tho
foimcr course, making it lo correspond
with tlio best Urnnimnr school cour-es
of the cities lu tho Unit-d States. They
aro happy to announce ihat they hay
secured a coi ps of experienced Instruc
tors to assist the Principal, consisting I
llie following ladles:
Miss Agnes Moour of Oakland, Cn!,,
takes tho Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Miss Ella 11. Snow of Ware, Mass ,
takes tho Third and Fotiith Grades.
Miss Mary Stuart of Oakland, Cl ,
takes tho Primary Grades,
The School opens nt 11 o'clock MON
DAY, September 111, ieSC,
VST For additional Information ad.
'dress (13 Iw) HEY, W. U. MEIUUTT.
New Ktoro ! Wov Goods !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
EG AN & CO. tnko pleasure in atitiounciiig thai they have opened tho above Store,
and would ho pleaded to Irivoyou call nnd 0x111111110 the most complete lino of
New G' oils ever open' d In 'Honolulu, anil at astonishingly low prices to
suit the 1 lilies, r.otnpi lsing a complete, select aud most fashionable lino of
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
Cups. ItuofN and ttlioi'n, Trunkx, VuIIsch, etc., etc.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
CSf" Tlnongli fair mill honest dciilliiKJ wo hopo to receive a share of public
patronage. GIVE US A CALL. 411 ly
hie and Spirit Merchant,
Campbell Block. Met chant Street,
Kccpi the finest
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
in the. t'ltj, mill oilers same for sale nt lowest llguics:
"Dehnonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Champagne,
Veuve "Cliquot" do., "Ch. Farro" do., and other good brands,
" CiMituiy " Whiskey hy llie gallon or dozen;
(Vli'ty, IJecT and li-ii;l'm-lll(! Congiefs Water; Nnpa So.la;
Apolliuaiis Waler; Olytinic; I'elfast Glngei Ale; Ciiiter;
Seoleh, liish and Kentucky W lii'klcs; Jliandies of nil grades;
Ales,. Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
C4lf All goods deliveicd promptly 10 any part of the City- Great care taken
in p,u king and shipping to other Island-.
Hell Telephone. -145;
Multuil Telephone, -lift;
I'. O. Box, !S7(1.
III 191 1 I
Ninth Great Inventory Sale at the Leading Millinery
House of Chas. J. Fishel.
items of special intcre.-l to Buyers of seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
tJoolw sun! SliocK, XlnlM nnd Cups, etc.
We have just leceived -.0 da) s laiei ilinu
ciiuliact call.v foi, a large Invi-ice of !
tin; very best niaUe of Llidie.-' French
Kid Slifo-i. lly reason ot their late
111 1 1 val w o have notified the manufac.
liner that wo sh-ll sell litem on his
aei-ounl at just ONE-HALF uf llie lu
Tl i- Sile will continue until the entile
S10. 1; litis been disposed if.
1in iV Mhovw will hu told for onlv
Dm inn the next 30 days we will sill our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
5Gc. on the S1.
Our entire line ol nil wool Diss Goods
in plaids, stripes the 111 est patterns
will bu sold nt Me on the .1.
A ipeciul featuie in our Drisi floods
Depailineni this wei k will he llie
40 Pieces cf Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yaid,
former price, $1.
This Is the gieatctt bargain piesenlcd
by us this season in eoloied Dress
Goods. GOcon tlic$l.
linibroideru'N nnd Luces,
Oier S.00 new piillein- have been add
ed to our albieaih burnt iiec stock.
Fine StravB, Flowers,
AND A KIJI.l. I.1NK OI'
TRIMMED AND IJ.NIKIMMKIl
Our S Paiasnls foi $-1 10
Our $11 1'aiasoK foi $ lln.
O111 ft.lPaiif'ols for S. 8.1.
Oill !1 I'iiiiisiiIh lor $'J.
11 have a few Chihlren'i
which wu will otl'er for fiO cents eiieb.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Soouro your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
901 lm The Leading Millinery House, corner Fort and Hotel strcecs.
King Street, liolwoeii Fort and Alakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams. Bacon, Block Codllpb, Kits and tins Sal.
uiiiii nciiien, KegH miner, uuni uueoso, Kegs riouies, Kegs 1'lg l'ork, Table Rui
bins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced 1 eef, Honed Chicken, Luwli Tongues, Chip,
ped ilecf, cubes Oysters, Bardinc, Sea Foam Crackers, Flour, Bran, Wheal, Oats
Whito Castile Soap, Granulated Sugnr, Cube Sugur, Powdered Sugur, Geimea
Breiikfast Genu, Choice Tens, French l'cas, etc, Also, . '
" Good Night " and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt Lowest murkel rates ami Satisfaction Guaranteed. EST P. O. Box 872
342 Telephone 110. '
CAHTWR1GHT & WAREN'S
for Ladies, Gents and Chihhcn at
60c on the 1.
Our G5c Halbiigan Vest is extra good
Notiich opportunity to purchase these
win ld.renou ned goods nt half price
can posoibly occur again this season
168 Gents' $12 Suits.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
'llie Greatest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, $7 CO.
These aro all trimmed nicely and well
Id yawls of Choice PrintS'for $1.
10 yards of wide Cotton for $1,
14 a ards of Unbleached Cotton for $1.
412 dnz of Gents' fine Neckwear, at 60c
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 'ifio each, woith COc.
Gent's White Shirts
We claim to hnve the lartrest and
moat complete Stock in this city, the
very best mako and tho very lowest
Every Shirt warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 BO Shirt we will sell for 30
duys only at $1 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
!100 doz of Mackinnw Hnts at fiOo each,
Our 62 fiO Hats wn will sell at 51 05,
J5V Come und look nt these lints and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire lino of Hosiery will bo sold
at fiOo on the $1.
Infants' Short Drcs-es, Oambric-Nan-
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We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early StagcB.
Tho disease commences wllh a slight
derangement of thu stomach, but, If
neglected, ll in linio inolvcs the whole
i runic, embracing tho kidneys, ller,
panoicas, and in fact (ho ciitne gland,
ulnr system; and the nlllieted diags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief from suffering. 'Iho diseme Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ask himself the
following questions he w ill bo able lo
detcimlnc whether he himself is one of
the afflicted: Have I dittress, pain, or
difficulty lu breathing nfici enting? Is
there a dull, heavy leellng, attended by
diowsinefcs? Hiuc the eyes u jellow
lingo? Dots a thick, siicky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth In tho
mornings, aecompniiiid by a dbngric. ,
able taste? Is the tongue coaled? Is
there pain In tho sides and back ? Is
there a fullness about the light side as
If the liver weie cnlaiging? Is there
veillgo or (lizzlacsH when rising mil
denli fiom nn hoi izontal position? Aie
the scciclions fiom the kidnejs highly
coloured, with a deposit alter standing?
Docs food foment soon niter eating,
accompanied by tlntuleiice or belching
of gns from tho stomach? Is there fie.
quenl palpitation ofthuheatl? These
various byniptoms may not be pi cscnt nt
one time, but they toiinem the sullcnr
In turn as the dreadful disease pro
grosses. If the case be one of long
standing, there will he a diy, hacking
cough, intended alter a lime by expec
toration. In 'eiy advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear,
mice, and the hands aud feet in e covered
by a cold sticUy perspiialion. As the
liver and kidneys become moic nnd
more diseased, lheumalic pains nppiur,
and the usual treatment piovcs entirely
unavailing against llie hitter agonising
disorder. The origin of this malady is
indigestion or dysptp.-ia, and u small
quantity of the pioper medicine will
lenTinc the disease if taken in its incip
iency. It is most important that tlio
disease should ho promptly and piopeily
tieatcd in its first singes, when n liitlo
mediclnc will ellcct a" cute, und even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
coriect lemcdy s-hould bcpcrscveicd iu
until every vestige of the disease ia
ciadicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive ormms restored to.
a healthy condition. The suicst and
most effectual remedy for lliis dhtiess-
ing complaint is "toeigers cuintive
Syrup," a vegetable ptepaiationold by
all chemists and mdiciue vendors
thcoughoiit" llie world, and by the pio
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
IS. C. This Svrvp stiikes at the very
foundation of tlio diseai-e, and drives it,
loot and branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for Scigel's Curative
"East-slieet Mills, C.inibrh'ge-henfh,
'London, E C, July 24th. 1882
"fcij-, It gives ine gieut pleasure to he
able tq add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suffered for some length of time
from a severe foim ol indigestien, and
the long train ol distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
Iho best medical advice. I had swallow.
ed sullicient of their stuff lo 11 oat a man.
ol-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on tho scene
in the midst of my sulleiings, brought
with him a bottlo of jour Seigel Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit inc. Being
weary of tiysng so many drugs, 1 con.
dcnincd il bcfoie ti ial, thinking it could
not potsibly do inn any ood, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a shoittlme it work
ed such a change in me that 1 continued
taking it for neaily two months, and I
then felt thoioughly cured, for I hnve
discontinued its use for flvo weeks, und
feel in the best of health, and can par
take any kind ot food with case and
comfort." 1 am therefoie thankful to
you that, through the Iiutiumeiitulity of
your valuable medicine, 1 am icstoiedto
tlio slate of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. FoitbTEK.
"To Mr. A. .1. While"
Those who are in the "Asthma.
Fur mice" should lo.-o no time in obtain.
ing iclief by the use ol "The Rosing,
weed Tar Mixtuie;" but do not use the
medicine unices you will follow all tho
directions "to.lhe letter."
Poor Asthma siiH'ercri, who aro
strangers to "tiled Natuie's sweet
restoier, balmv sleep," should msko use
of "Tho RoMnweed Tar Mixtuie." Quiet
icfrcshiug sleep will follow Its use
"Waterloo House, Loudon Stile, Obis-
' ''February 17th. 18S2.
"Messrs. Wnlte and Co,, London. .
"Gentlemen, It Is with meat pleas,
tiro that 1 add my testimony to tho
wonderful effects of Scigel's -jrup. For
years I mid been sulfering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not be able to recognise
any ono or anything at tlio distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that 1 could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or three dags, 1 havo tried various,
remedies for these dlsi i esslng symptoms,
but until 1 tried r-olgol's r-yrup J hud no
relief. Mneo then I have had excellent
health lu every respect, ami if ever I
feel a headache coming on I take ono
doso of the Syrup, which arrests It,
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
menus of Inducing others (who suffer as
1 used) to tiy tho Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy beuellt and
ultimately bo cured, I beg to remain,
Selgel's Operating I'llls prevent 111
effects from exenss In eating or di Ink
ing, A good doso at bed-llmo lenders
a pereon lit for btiBlnUg In tho morning.
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