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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1803.
To Ewa MtM.
Leftvo l'corl Olty.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Ieavo Ewa Mill..,
Lenvo Pearl City.,
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Klist quarter of the moon on tlie 17th, at 5h.
Time WliUtlo Wows at Hi. 23m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu tlinu, which la the sumo a i'21i. 0m.
Oh. of Uiernwlcu time.
m DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1893.
Wednesday, Sept. 13.
B 8 Australia, Houdlette, lor San Fran
cisco at 12 noon
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Schr Halcakala for Hawaii """"
For Waianne, per stmr Kaala, Sept 12
Rev S L Desha.
For Kauai. Dor stmr Iwalani. Sent 12
H Morrison and wife, Mrs Q W H Ewart,
Mrs E D Hettiu, Mr Kiedell, Mr Schmidt,
A M fcjproull, J J Williams, Mrs Huns Ihon
berg, Mrs Andrews, Ah Chow, Mrs Bum
liuyre, Mis9 Bouipke, D IS Murdoch and !2J
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Sept VI Miss Marie Along, Mrs C Afong
and 2 children, Miss van Anglen. Miss
Barnes, Geo O Beckley. Mrs O llrenlg, E C
lionrl, A F Cooke, W J Caesnr, Miss Chaf
fee, Mrs T B Douglas, S E Damon, Mr and
Mrs V Goodacre, Mrs F M Hatch, Mrs
Hobbs, 2 children and maid, A Jucger and
wife. Miss Junes, Mr.i I A l.ouell and
child, H It Mucfarlane, Jr. CA MacUin
tosh. F F Maltby, Mrs Dr Mugruder, 2
children and maid, Mrs C von Mengersen.
Mrs F B McStocker, R V McChesney and
wife, Master A McChesnoy. Dr I MoriT Miss
F Nolte, V Feck, Miss Vollensen, Jas A
Foreign Vessels Expected.
CBS Philadelphia, from South America,
due Sept 10
O&AHS iVatrimoo, from Vancouver, li
U, due Snpt 2.1
C & A 8 S Miuwcra, from Sydney and Bris
bane, due Oct 2
O&ObB China, tieabury, from San Fran
cisco, due tjept 18
OiOHS Oceanic, from Yokohama, due
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colo
nies, due 6opt 2L
OSS Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco
OSS Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 7
Jap 8 8 Aikoku Mam, from Yokohama,
due Sept 13
Am schr Hobert Lowers, from Port Gam
ble, due Oct 0
Am bkt S G Wilder, from San Francisco,
due Sept IU
Am bgt J I) Sprockets, from S F for Knhu
lui, due Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, due
Am bkt W II Dimond, from San Francisco,
Am bkt Planter, from San Francisco, due
Am bK Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Francisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Am schr Transit, from San Francisco, duo
Br ship Co. of Merioneth, from K S V, due
Gerbk Paul Isenberg, from Liverpool, dne
Gerbk Nautilus, from Liverpool, due Dec
Haw schr J 0 North, from 8 FforMahu-
kona, due Sept 2.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept 2(1 ;
nuw i juuuuu Aia, irum oan rruuciscu,
due Sept. 23
Am ship Topgallant, from Port Ulnkely
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, due Oct 1
Am bk Detroit, from Kanaimo, due Aug SI
Oor bk J C 1'lluger, from Bremen, now due
Tho steamer Waimaualo now on tho Ma
rine Railway is receiving an 8.x 12 In. keel.
The bark Villalta was booked to sail
from Liverpool for this port on or about
The S. 8. Australia, Houdlette comtnun
der, sailed for San Fruiiuinco at noun to
day. The following Is a list of her curgo:
160 bags awa root, J. I. Dowt-ett; 110 bales
wool, L, li, Kerr; mi Ininrlicr. baiiituas,
Chus. Wilcox; I Wild., Slug Sing; Uildo., ft
boxes betel leaves, See Slug; biii bugs su
gar, W. G. Irwin it Co ; 111 bundles sugar
cane, Wing Wo Tai it Uj.; UI7 buudlt's
groen hides. 3 bundles goiil-klns, 5 bugs
collee, M. W. McChesney iV Sana.; 2Sli bun
ches banana, Juo. Shuw; I'l do., W.
Cost'i; 122 do , U Lycurgtis; 31 do., Gon
bulves .t Co.; HUl do., Caniiiin-ll, Marshall
& Oo.ri) boxes pineapples, J no. Kldwell; II
boxes fruit, P. G. Cuiiinrino. Domestic
11 OS licit -lu this city, bent, iv'ili, atliilO
v. m., at tliu Queen's llopltiil, Wm.
Hoidur, uged 31 years.
About 12,000 men who wore idlu
iu Pittsburg two wuoks ugo aro at
LOOAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
Mrs. Ano Kokuniwnlu'a MuGrogor
has a notice olsowhoro.
A hnuso is to lot on Suhool street
near Wnikahnlulu bridge Soo advt.
Sir Knights, attention. Mystic
Lotlgo meets this evening.
Thoro are 21 cases on tho calendar
of tho Supremo Court for tho torm
to opou on Monday next.
Richard. Stono was brought up iu
the District Court this morning,
and further romanded until Friday.
The steamer Polo now undergoing
repairs is to havo an imago of the
Goddess Pelo put on her bowsprit.
It is estimated that about 5000
people listened to tho Hawaiian Na
tional Baud concert yesterday ovon
ing. Tho Myrtle Boat Club six-oared
crow aro quartered at Iho Arlington
Hotol. Tlioy will remove to Pearl
City noxt week.
Several of thoso obnoxious firo
hydrants still remain on tho side
walks, sorviug as excellent shin and
kneo cap breakers.
Stamp collectors can obtain at tho
Bulletin oflieo printed stamp shoots
for Hawaiian postal stamps iu quan
tities to suit, from ouo up.
Mr. P. S. Pratt, lato" Hawaiian
Cousul-Gonoral at San Francisco,
has been confined to his house by
illness sinco his roturu from tho
Complaints aro being mado b
school bo3s atj having to pay taxes
for tho support of tho P. G. army
loafers and tho freo lunch crowd
that haunt the Barracks.
Mr. J. A. Doylo of Hilo has been
appointed ollicial Japanese inter
preter in place of Detective Toma.
Mr. Doylo spent ten years iu Japan,
and can speak eight dialects.
Tho Kalalau lepers hold regular
correspondence with friends in Ho
nolulu. They state that thoy ro
coive very kind treatment from the
authorities of the Leper Settlement.
Goto the storo of C. Akima, 46
Nuuanu street, for a first-class suit
of clothes. Ho keeps tho finest
stock and makes the best fits, also
cleans and dyes clothes. See card
in this paper.
Ah Soon, the Chinaman who was
captured on his way to Ewa with
ten tins of opium in his possession,
pleaded guilty before Judge Robert
sou this morning, aud was sentenced
to pay a fine of $75.
Twenty-fivo lepers were shipped
to the Molokai Settlement on tho
steamer Hawaii yesterday aftornoon.
The' wore taken on board at tho
Immigration Depot landing, below
the Marine Railway.
The flag on tho U. S. Consulate
was flying upsido down for over half
an hour this morning. Passer3-.by
saw tho awkward predicament of the
Stars and Stripes and notified Mr.
W. P. Boyd, Vico-Consnl General,
who had it put up proporly.
Kalahiki and Thomas, the young
men who carried off a bag of sugar
valued at So from tho Tutor-Island
wharf on Monday uighl, pleaded
guilty in tho District Court this
morning, aud wero sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for two
A subscriber call's attention to tho
ups aud downs of the sidewalk on
King street between Maunakea street
and tho Nuuanu bridge, and says
that the Road Board ought to pay
somo attention to that quarter
of the town.
Mr. J. P. Bowen is busy fitting up
a now billiard saloon in tho Perry
Block, Hotel street, next door to
Mr. G. McLean's storo. Ho intends
to havo four tables, two on the
ground floor and two upstairs.
When in full swing, it will bo sure
to prove a popular resort.
Mr. G. C. Beckloy concluded ar
rangements with five Hawaiian
musicians and vocalists yesterday
afternoon to go to the World's
Fair, tho mon to receive a monthly
salary of $50, and all expenses paid.
Tho mon aro Joseph K. Kanopuu,
Duke Kahana Moke, John Moses,
Dibble K. Eli and Win. Olopau Ili
kini. Tho Planters' Labor & Supiil y Co.,
at a meeting held yesterday, decided
to bo responsible1 for hah tho ex
penses and salary of Prof. Koebolo if
the Government stood tho other
half, for tho term of threo years, tho
sum not to exceed S5000 per annum.
Tho professor is to bo imported for
thepurpoboof wrestling with blights
and other pests of agriculture.
Tho Hawaiian National Band gavo
ouo of its populur concerts at tho
Hotol yesterday evening. Every
piece' wus applauded and iu many
instances tho Nationals had to re
spond to encores. An item iu yes
terday's BuM.r.Ti.v drew ono of the
largest crowds thai over nssomblud
on tho Hotel grounds, Tho Quintet
Club rendered assistance in tho
Maninil Garoiii, a inombur of tlio
I. Cr. band, was arrnsti'd yostenlny
on a charge of malicious tnisuiiim
iu destro3'iug a treo at Thomas
Square Garcia was found guilty of
tho offonso in tho District Court and
was aontonced to twenty-four hours
at hard labor. Tho baud was conho
quuntly loss ono musician at tho con
curt at tho departure of tho S. S.
A tourist departing by tho Aus
tralia to-day, Baid, '"! notico a lot of
American and Hawaiian Hags Hunt
ing around town; out wnai aro nil
thoso Mimll whilo lings I sco stuck
up at tho Ht root cornurht" Ho wns,
told in lonlv that I liuv bolongnd to
OliiuoM), who took this method of
Hhowiug that they woro neutral in
tho present politicil contest, and
desired only to attend to thoir own
business, lliat of "cntchco ilollur."
The uhito Hags, it is noodloss to
mention, woro those displayed over
tho poi shops.
LOCAL AND OENERAIi NEWS.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
clear; wind, light east.
Mrs. Poor and daughter Lillio loft
for tho Coast on tho S. S. Australia
Tho stoamor Aikoku Mam from
Japan, duo all last wook, has not put
in an appoaranco.
Tho Boston lunch room fixtures
woro handed, over to Mr. H. Davis,
assignee, this afternoon.
Thoro was lively practice at both
cricket and football on tho Makiki
recreation ground yostorday.
Tho mail despatched by tho S. S.
Australia to-day for tho Coast con
sisted of 6157 letters and. 2939 po
pors. Hearing of tho admiralty caso I.
I. S. N. Co. vs. 130G Bags of Sugar
was resumed at 2 o'clock this after
noon. Mr. A. Jaeger loft on tho S. S.
Australia for a threo months' so
journ in California for tho benefit of
"An American man-of-war off
Koko Head," was a message through
tho Bell Telephone at 3:30, this
afternoon. It is supposed to bo tho
Jockey Slocum returned to San
Francisco on the S. S. Australia to
day to attoud tho Fall race meeting
nt that plnco.
Mr. W. C. Parke, assignee of the
bankrupt ostato of Mary Hop Kee
aud Akau of Koloa, Kauai, has a
notico in this issuo.
Thoro was a good number of Chi
nese at tho Chinese Bureau to-day,
aud it was figured at noon that 25
would havo taken out return per
mits for the S. S. China boforo
Tho foreigners imported for tho
P. G. band aro getting much higher
pay than the members of tho Hawai
ian National Band received when in
tho government employ, although
the lattor are far bettor musicians
than the motley crew imported from
There was a large crowd at the
Oceanic dock at noon to-day to wit
ness the departure of tho S. S. Aus
tralia. The P. G. band was in at
tendance, and there was the usual
profuse display of leis and ever
greens. Nothing of an exciting na
SALE OF PRINTING PLANT.
Result of Execution on Judgment
Against the Holom.ua Publishing
The plant of the Holomua Pub
lishing Co., consisting of several
fonts of type, proof press, stands,
etc, was sold in front of the Police
Station under execution at noon to
day for $128 to Mr. F. J. Testa, trus
tee. Among tho bidders who fol
lowed tho price up was Mr. J. K.
Kaunamano, ex-raomber of tho
Legislature from Hamakua. Mr.
Harry Armitage, clerk in Mr. Mor
gan's auction room, conducted tho
sale for tho Marshal.
Tho sale was under a writ of ex
ecution on a judgment in the Dis
trict Court, on a claim of Kaniau for
58.50 wages duo him as printer on
the Holomua. Aftor the sale, Mr.
E. Norrio, assistant editor, secured
an order from Mr. G. C. Kenyon,
trustee, on Deputy Marshal Brown,
for the balance of the money. The
Deputy Marshal gave his consent.
Shortly afterward, however, John
E. Poepoo and Henry li, other late
employees of the Holomua, caused
to be issued a garnishee on the bal
ance of tho $128, their respective
claims being $51.40 and $48.50. The
Deputy Marshal then notified Mr.
Norrie that ho would havo to await
tho issuo of tho garuisheo suits. Mr.
Norrio secured the services of Mr.
A. P. Peterson as counsel and at 2
o'clock this afternoon a summons
was served on Deputy Marshal
Brown to show cause why he refusos
to delivor tho money.
CHINESE THEATRE IN STRAITS.
Tho Kanager HaB to Fay Xiicenaa
Fee in Gold.
Wong Tai Poon, manager of the
Chineso Theatre, has been placed in
sore straits, owing to the Govern
ment's demand that license fees over
S10 should be paid in gold. The fee
is S10 daily $5 for playing in the
day timo aud $5 for night perform
ance. Manager iJoou has been un
able to secure sufficient gold to pay
for a week's license, consequently ho
has been paying a daily license fee
of S10 in silver. Ho malies applica
tion to tho Deputy-Marshal every
morning. In conversation with a
Bulletin reporter Poon stated that
he had boon to Bishop & Co.'s bank
snvttr.il times, but was refused trold.
The Chineso manager secured the
rent of the Theatre from the Gov
ernment for S300 a month, tho early
part of this mouth. Ho was ap
proached by tho manager of a Japa
nese theatrical troupe yesterday for
the use of the theatre for throe
days, but could not allow it, tho ex
penses of the liouso being between
S70 and .?8() a duy.
I Diod of His Injury.
Win Hosier, tho driver .of tho
I Union Ico Co.'s wacon. who met
with tho torrible accident previously
reported on Friday morning, died at
tho Queen's Hospital at 0:10 o'clock
yesterday evening. The man bled
inwardly from the time ho was hurt,
and very little hopes wero harborod
of his recovery. This fact was
known to the patient, houce he
made a settlement of his affairs with
L. C. Abies, manager of tho com
pany, the day of the accident. Tho
funeral took plnco at B;!30 o'clock
this afternoon, nud wns under the
auspices of Harmony Lodge, No. 2)
1. O. O. l-, of which body tho do
ceased wns n member,
Invutorntu Uloyulorj aro liublu to
bo uttuukuil by thy uwful dliuuso
vallvd kypuoaU bloyoUtUrum,
Rooms to lot with board at llanl
Root Boor on draught at Benson, I
Smith & Co.'b.
For Now Silks nud
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin '
Tonio. Bonson, Smith fc Co., Agents. I
Sunburn rolifcvod at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. BoiiBou, Smith te Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotol street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, ti D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Borotania street, near Emma.
Do not forgot tho timu whon you I
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do ,
your work. Watch his ad., till niuo i
in tho morning. Mutual telephone
- - ,
If your piano wants to bo tuned,
ploaso romombor Chr. llorskind, cer
tificated piauo maker aud tunor,
Ponhallow house, opposite St. An
drew's Church, Buretauia street.
Mutual telephone (31 1.
For a lamo back or for a pain in
the sido or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment will i
cure any ordinary case in ouo or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum-1
atism. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Bensou, Smith & Co.,
agenttrfor tho Hawaiian Islands. i
"And do you love him,
"JLove him, mammal l'vo seen
bank book." Texas Siftinfls.
The city of Cleveland has filed a
claim to land on the lake front oc
cupied by the Pennsylvania, Lako
Shore and Big Four Railroads, and
Jamca lleber Dorman
of Bhy Boaver, Va.
Cured of Scrofula
The People will have Hood's
Ifr. Dorman's Hxperlenco
"My boy, now o years old, had Scrofula In
one cyoltom the tlmo ho was a baby; discharg
ing all the time. Of late we Invo been gltlng
him Hood's Sursanarllla, ami It lias done all
Uiat medicine can do. The Scrofula has clUai)
peared, and his eye Is healed up and well. I
fully believe Hood's Sarsaparllla Is tho best
medicine In tho market. I keep n General store,
and It is not a trick to icll Hood's Sirsaparilla
for tho people will have It. I sell nioro of
Hood's barsaparilla than all oilier medicines
together and tho store woulJ not bo complcto
Hood's x Cures
without It. My wife has also been entirely
cured of Scrofula by If oo I's Sarsmnrllla, and I
am heartily thankful for uli:;t It has done lor
us." Jons DoniiAN, Shy Heaver, Pa.
HOOD'8 PlLL6ro O'o b-3t after-dinner Mil,
uit U gcitlou. cur budaclie. Try a box. Uo.
HOBUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A COTTAGE WITH 5 OK
(J rooms within enxy
walking distance from the
Post Olllce. lor particulars
apply at this olllce.
A LL PERSONS HAVING
Holt ner- i
XX atrainst Hobert William
sonally are requested to present the same i
without delay nt the Olllce of I
BUUOE & A. J. OARTWniOHT.
Honolula. Aujj. 26, lKR 813-tf j
J. HOI3!3 &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
In Kln( SiirliiL-. Hnir. Wool,
PILLOWS OF LIVE GEESE FEATHERS A.VD SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements lu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges aud Solas,
Great Variety o( Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & lllgli Cbalrs.
tat Onr Ciihilii't-limklni; Workshop is Superior In Mi-n mid MitlHrlul. Tt4
Kuitsrti'iiE and M.vnni:.s.sKs iiKr.nii:ii ah chkio as nbw.
Mat-tins Laid, at Slaortest KTotioe.
Ol'll I'RIOKB ALWAYS
No. T4 XClna Btrt,
Leads the Way ! $$
i i .
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Takcreu, July 21, 181K.
W. S. PAbMEK, Eq., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. l'uclfle Co.
I find thai the oil rtijuire much ttss pig
ment than linseed to make a jiaint of the re
quisite coierina and spreading qualities. 100
Ihs. of white lead will take no more than 4
to i gals, of Unseed, while in my priming
coat, 1 get even better results With U to lu
gallons of I.ucol, and in my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of I.ucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
of pigment necessary to lover a given sur-
In my roof color I used less than loo lbs.
of "car paint" (.Prtncci Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size has always re
quired 200 lbs. of car paint with Unseed oil.
I mixed my roof color with 13 gallons of
I.ucol to the 100 Ihs of pigment aud got a
better bndv of color than 1 ever not with
lea than one-half that number of gallons
of Unseed. I give you simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The priming coat with white lead,
dried strong nnd hard inside of Ml hours.
Tho llrst coat for sand took the sand freely,
iirmly and in larger quantity than linseed
nud dried hard inside of 'J I hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 1M
hours. It covered perfectly nnd dried with
n tine smooth suriace entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than 1
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. Tho car paint spread on the
roof wns mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was ued, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 havo ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has elTectcd a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually requireu for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work. I hum coiiti: that 1
j never saw its equal in two coat work with
I linseed, and it the oil wears as well at
, Tanered as It has worn with the Master
L'ur Painter, Mr. Pitch, at Sucramcuto,
there can be no queftiun about the SUPK-
lUulUTY of Lcotoier linseed . ei en at the
same p ice per gallon, in EUuNUMY, GOOD
. I.OUK.S mirf in DUKAUILITY.
I Yours Kespeo.tfully, '
SignodJ W. H. MEI.MJS,
Doreinnti fainter, uoiitiinrn raciuc co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Island'.. in
lJankritptry. In the mutter ot the E-tute
of Frances M. Nicoll, of Honolulu, Oaliu, a
Creditors of the aid bankrupt are here
by notitled to come In and provo their
debts before such Judne of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be sit
' ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on MON
' DAV, the Uth day of September, 1',
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
l forenoon ami noon of the said day, ami
I elect an Assignee or Aeslgm-cs, of the said
uanKrupt s estate,
lly the Court:
8;0-3t Deputy Clerk.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HEEN
JL appointed Asigueo of the Bankrupt
Estate of George lions, of Wailuku, Maul,
by the Hon. A. N. Kepnlkai. Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
gives notice to nil persons having claiini
ugainst the said Bankrupt Estate to pre
sent tho same to said Circuit Court for
verification within six months or they will
bo forever barred.
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate ot George
Dated at Wailuku. Maui, 8ept. 1, 1&03.
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TJptLolster - y
Mom mid Straw Muttref.u
Till. LOWEhl IS HiiMil.I'l.l'. -Xll
Honolulu, K. I.
! WIG. PIN (SOO.,
For This Week Only !
BSO Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
INTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS !
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Best Quality White Sheeting, 2.1 yards wide
Best Quality White Sheeting, 2 yards wide
Best Quality Mosquito ."Net, 90 inch wide ; 10 yards
in piece for $2.15 Piece
White Honey-combed Spreads, fringe all around;
good quality for $1.00
Colored Bed Spreads 75 Cents
SS Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
runs!! I UftL
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE A6bOKT51ENT OF
Bedroom Suits, BglEta, Etc., Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY "&T PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
E3TO., EJTO., ETC,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
757lPQftT street 75
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OK
IB. IB EBCLEK.S c CO-
SOS & 511 FORT STRS1HT.
Canton "Weisti. FetTorios !
A liHiiHimii Cotton 1'iiliric Nm Stj w this m-uhuii; tlu elleno are lac-Nluiih-s of Chin
bilks, to t. ilieiii nii'iiif) to upprunate them.
'Mij&JEl'XJ S JLTEKOSTS !
Silk finish jiiil out , real fun. li designs aro the llm-si ,uM the iiraze uf the season
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Ya.rcl t
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for tin- julwi hits, no viiu.
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