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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
liut Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1893.
"Suusot City" aud nil the other
uiukunuioa for the Midwinter Fair
at San Francisco have boon aban
doned. Be thankful for small
This afternoon the fourth page of
the Bulletin was kuockod into pi
by falling from the hoist while being
lowered to the press room. Adver
tisers whoso favors wore ou that
page will understand their absence
from this issue. Mr. Reynolds of
the Golden Rule Bazaar grasped the
opportunity for a good holiday an
nouncement. THEY SHOUT AND SHUFFLE.
How they squirm, the Star aud its
prompter in history 1 They do not
venture to meot the argument of the
Bulletin, however. This paper did
not affirm that everything was lovely
and of good report under the mon
archy. It did aud does maintain,
and can prove, that the issue of reli
gion and morals raised i trustification
of the late revolution was only a
base pretext for the attempted theft
of this nation. Many of the leading
spirits in the movement were avowed
lottery men, who would support a
lottery to-day so far as principle
only is involved. Mingling with the
insurgents whose anti-Hawaiian ran
cor was intensified aud inllamed by
the Queen's signing of the lottery
aud opium bills, there was a rabble
comprising the element that had
been in Bevoral treasonable con-
spiracies within two or three years,
there were scores who would vote
for opium licensing every chance
they got, and some who had served
terms in the penitentiary for unlaw
ful dealing in opium aud for gam
bling. During the period of martiul
law maintained by the Provisional
Government with volunteer forces,
there could at almost any hour be
seen from a single point of view,
in the Government yard, church
members aud ex-convicts parading
with rifles and fixed bayonets for the
intimidation of the Hawaiian peo
ple. If the Star wants names and
affidavits it may be accommodated.
YTith ragard to social morals the
motley crowd that rallied to the
overthrow of the constituted autho
rities would just as poorly stand in
vestigation of individual records.
ADd the case in this respect is worse
for the party of high moral preten
tions, from the fact that many of
the insurgents, among those who
were given civil or military con
upicuity by the revolt, had led lives
of the foulest example in point of
morals to the natives.
Chafe and fume as the Star
and its coterie may over getting
back part of the measure they mete,
barring the malignant falseness of
their emanations, they cannot pro
duce anything of more value as
argument for their cause -than
"hypocritical bombast" the epithet
has evidently struck home between
the joints of their harness so
long as they continue their at
tempts at justification of a politi
cal outrage by the alleged moral
delinquencies of dead and living
representatives of the monarchy.
The dead whom they assail with
such bitterness was the creature of
their own party, while their assaults
on the living are either condemned
by or condemn their very recent
fawninir sveophaucy toward her.
They have to acknowledge that the
abominable lottery business came
from the very country to which they
would fly for relief from such insti
tutions. Was the power of the lot
tery suppressed in the United States,
however, b' riot and insurrection!
Did the revolutionists imagine that
after they had secured the transfer
of those islands to the United States,
all peril of the establishment of a
state lottery hero would be abolish
ed? When ono of the Dakotas had
only just saved itself from the insti
tution by a uarrow margin, after a
struggle in which its opponents had
all the advantage of the whole moral
forces of the Union, it would bo the
height of absurdity to suppose that
the body politic of Hawaii, as its
composition is known, could with
the lower franchise inevitable under
the United Statos flag successfully
resist a siege by the power of the
lottery grown immensely wealthy on
American soil. Failing for an an
swer for what this paper had said,
tho Star writers resort to abuse of
the Bulletin for what it had
not said. It had uot accused
Mr. Thurston of complicity in
the lottery scheme. Not for
tho first time although previously
unanswered we showed that tho
origination of tho lottory was uot
with tho monarchy, aud in proof
showed that its chief propagandist
was secretary of an organization at
tho head of which was Mr. Thurston,
It has never been shown in reply
that the official in quostiou was re
moved or even euusurod for hii au-
tivity in behalf of tho lottory. What
associated tho Bureau of lnforma
matiou with tho lottery, further
more, was that tho main object of
tho former was to bring tourists to
tho country, which was ono of tho
main bouolUs that tho lottory prom
ised to ensure. If Mr. Thurston has
boon unfairly brought into the con
nection by this paper, it has been
at tho worst only a matter of gain
ing "quits'' with him for a false
chargo ho publicly made against
this journal ou tho sauio subject.
When tho opium bill is referred to
by tho Star as reason for rebellion,
tho utmost depths of hypocrisy are
sounded. If a secret ballot had been
taken of tho presout and past mem
bers of tho Provisional Government
aud its supporlors ou tho day that
tho Queen signed tho bill, there is
uot the slightest doubt that an over
whelming vote would havo been
rocordod in favor of licousiug opium.
Tho sontimout of the community
had been growing for years in favor
of license, as being in the line of ro
form as against prohibition with
smuggling that could uot be wholly
provouted. Tho Legislature refused
to throw out the bill by a vote of 32
to 9, among thoso voting to save it
being: Ministers Wilcox and Robin
sou, members of tho Cabinot whoso
overthrow, by the way, was another
of the pretexts for dethroning tho
Queen; Nobles Marsdeu, Walbridgo
aud Anderson, aud Representative
Wilder, all of the Reform party.
Messrs. Marsden and Wilder were
sent as (Jommissiouora of the Pro
visional Government to Washington
to secure annexation to the United
States, on the overthrow of the mon
archy partly for tho cause that the
Queen had signed the opium bill!
These gentlemen must feel compli
mented by having the Star charac
terize as "infamous" a measure that
Giaim for Damages Disallowed
cult Court Proceedings.
Justice Bickertou of the Supreme
Court has rendered a decisiou iu the
damage suit of Carl Steinmann vs.
Wilder Steamship Company. Jury
was waived at July term, 1892, anil
the case was transferred to the pres
ent deciding Justice by Justice Dole.
The plaintiff claimed 5874 for dam
ages sustaiued by him in the cap
sizing of 'a boat from tho steamer
Kiuau at Maalaea bay laudiug. On
the final argument plaiutiif by his
counsel abandoned his claim for tho
money lost, because according to
rules of the company it was only
responsible for money left iu charge
of the purser. After a review of the
evidence, which was rather scant on
the side of the plaintiff, as to prov
ing carelessness, His Honor decides:
"On the evidence I have to find that
the capsizing of the boat was an in
evitable accident and due to circum
stances over which the defendant
had no control. Judgment for tho
defendant." P. Neumann for plain
tiff; F. M. Hatch.for defendant.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff files notice
of motion to J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendant that the damages case of
Ah You vs. Mrs. J. K. K. laukea be
placed on the Circuit Court calendar
for the present term.
L. J. Levey, assignee of D. M.
Crowley in bankruptcy, has filed his
accounts with a petition for dis
charge. Yitn Quon, administrator of estate
of Yum You, has filed his accounts
with a potitiou for discharge.
Before the jury was called this
morning, the plea in bar on behalf
of H. F. Poor was argued and sub
mitted. The trial of James Kauui by a
native jury, before Judge Cooper
yesterday, resulted in a verdict of
not guilty. C. W. Ashford for de
fendant. D. Lokana was tried aud acquitted
this foronoou for violation of the
gaining law of the Provisional Gov
ernment. Kauua for defendant,
Akana's trial for assault aud bat
tery on a Chinaman, in a Nuuauu
street omoute, is going to the jury
as this report closes. W. R. Castle
assisting prosecution; Davidson aud
Kane for defendant.
Engine Oo. No. 5 Turns Out The
Tho bell of China Engine Co. No.
5 pealed out an alarm of fire about
10 o'clock this morning, aud the
engine of that company promptly
responded. The cause of the alarm
was found to bo a fire on the rear
veranda of a Japanese lodging
house adjoining the engine house,
on tho makai side. The lire was put
out without the assistance of the
fire company, and the damage was
slight. The origin of tho firo is un
known, but it was very fortunate
that it was extinguished in time, as
should it havo gained any headway,
with tho prevailing breeze, the re
sult would h vo boon disastrous,
IN THE FASHION.
N. Co. 'a Steamer Kuala Takes
I. I. B.
a Coral Berth.
A message was roceived through
tho Boll telephone central olllce at
2:15 o'clock this afternoon that tho
steamor Kaala, of the 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s
Ueet, had gone ou tho reef oh Waiu
lua at 2:15 o'clock. The steamer
James Malum, belonging to the same
company, was endeavoring to pull
Tho steamer Kaala loft here ou
Tuesday morning for a circuit of tho
islands, Tho steamer Jiimoa Mukco
was ou her way back from Kuuai,
having loft on .Monday luat
TUIAL FOR LIBEL.
Examination of Edmund Norrio Ac
cused by Thos. W. Hobrou.
Edmund Norrio, editor of tho llo
lomun, nppoarod on trial at the Dis
trict Court this morning, on n chargo
of libel in tho first dogreo uiailo by
Thos. V. Ilobron, mouibor of tho
firm of Hobron, Nowman & Co. Tho
article which caused tho trouble was
published iu the Holomua on Oct.
27. The following evidence was
T. V. Hobrou, sworn, stated, that
he was a correspondent for the San
Francisco Chronicle from January
last aud that his last article appear
ed in that paper ou Sopt. 1st. There
was no cononpondout of tho Chron
icle at present, but there was oue
for tho Associated Press. Witness
did not write tho article referred to,
in the Chronicle. Tho fact that ho
was correspondent was published in
the local papers at least three times.
The Holomua of Oct. 27th has been
ou sale and the witness has bought
two copies at the Hawaiian News
Co. (The paper offered in evidence.)
iVt iuu uiuu wiu uriiuiu iiiii'iiruii
witness was part owner in tho drug
business ou Fort street. No person
that has becu a correspondent of
tho Chronicle has dispensed patent
medicines or made pills. Had
bought a copy of tho Holomua of
Oct. 27th because ho had been told
that ho had been criticized therein.
On cross-examination complainant
stated that ho had letters to show
that tho Chronicle has no corres
pondent. The article iu tho Chron
icle was written by Arthur John
stone, tho Associated Press corres
pondent. E. O. White, the second witness,
stated that he had read the article
entitled, "Another Fake," iu tho
Holomua, aud had no difficulty in
arriving at tho understanding that
complainant va meant.
Cross-examined Knew article re
ferred to Hobrou, because ho was
aware that that gentleman had beeu
correspondent for tho Chronicle, but
didn't know he was then. Also knew
it referred to him because mention
was made of tho line of business ho
F. C. Smith, employee of tho Oahu
Railway, stated that ho had read
the article iu the Holomua aud
understood it to refer to Hobrou, by
the reference to medicines and pills.
Had read that Hobrou was tho
Chrouicle's correspondent. Didn't
think it could refer to anyone else,
because he didn't know of any drug
gist who coi responded with the
Rediiect The article referred to
a recent correspondent.
J. S. Martin, tailor, said that ho
had read the article and understood
it to refer to Hobron. Ho had read
Hobrou's articles in tho Chronicle.
The prosecution resting, counsel
for defendant moved for a discharge
on tho ground that tho facts wnc
uot set forth in tho warrant. AIo.
on the ground that Mr. Hobron had
not been proved to havo beeu t In
Chronicle correspondent at tho tinie
the article in tho Holomua wab
The motion was denied aud de
fendant was committed to the Cu
cuit Court for trial by a jury. P.
Neumann for defendant; W. Kinui'y
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain iu the
.stomach, bilious colic or diarrlxva
give this medicine a trial ami you
will be more than pleaed with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 25 and til) cent bottles for
sale bj' all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the liawaiiau
By Lewis J. Lavoy.
House & Lot
KOlt SALE AT AUTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1 f
AT IU O'CLOCK XDON,
A.1 TJTZ- SALESROOM
I U'll.I, -KM. Al I'l'lllilf AI'lllll
The House and Lot!
Situated at the I'oniiT of ilchulf ami
Kocky X I III Stiei'K Million.
Size u( Lot 200x300, Area US-100 Acres
House bus 4
111101111, I'.iutiy, I'uiik-OarriuKt-
THUMB CASH I -SU1
The Wiie mW by the II.uvaiian
Il.uiiiwAiii: I'oMi'A.vv hut, lieu i
ti-ftuil by the Honolulu Iron
Works Co,, mul tdimvs a tousilo
btitiigth of 2,120 jioundh, ami
t pionouuct'il by the linn WnikK
(,'u. to be of u superior quality.
"OOIJ l'AHl'UltAOR I'OU HOKSKfj
OT mid uiittle can be found at Kullbl, at
K. Meyers', where K001' pnsturo and feed
will he kIvkii them and thoy will he well
looked nfier. Kor further imrlli'ii'iir ap
ply to F.MVKIIH,
ut Kalihi, or rUw up Hull Tele phone .'HI.
A M. I'MHfiONH IIAVINU t;l.Al.M
i UKullllt IlliUI'NI) llAliT Will pll'llrU
preneut the muiiii to the uiidvrljiie(l ut hl
oltlctt. .Merchant Hired.
Honolulu, Nov. I, IbW. 7'-tf
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Hv order ot I. B. KI'.KII, Ku.. Ai-Ikiiuu tif
" tho Estntoof hum Sal, 1 will -oil
nl Public Auction, nl my
TO-MORROW, Nov. 10th,
AT 10 0' LOOK A. ..
Tin- Lntlro Stock "f Oooils, uoiuprNliig
Japanese Crepe Cloths,
Liiivii Drill. V'h
liviiily-iimilu I ii
Diagonals & Tweeds,
Halt ami l'rtiit I'l'tiTtH.
t'lujin mill Woui n hliirt',
White Shirts, Underwear,
Linen mul Pill; lluiiilkwliluf-,
1 Ints Collars, htr , Etc.
And fur iiiiomu l ot whom It limy
Sheets ot FroY. Gov't Cc. Green Stsinpi.
Ami at thu -iiinr; hour:
7 11-11! iloz. Hiumly,
1 1-12 il(U. (.'hiimti;nu.
Mortfjagoe's Notice of Intention
Foreclose aud of Bala.
XJOTK'i: l HKRKI1Y OIVKN THAT
1A by viitui of a iciwr of .iiliH'oiitaiiu'il
in a curtain iiioiinape dated Mnruh -Utli,
A. 1J. l.v.il, Hindu by Jlimpli (w.)of Hono
lulu, Miintl of Oahu, to AlcMilulcr .1.
CnrtwriKht (now docww-il) ii'coi'ded In the
otUco of the KcgNtrur of I'oiivrjuwi-, in
LHut VU Mini 13t mul VM, llntcn t'n t
wriglit and A .1. ('nrtwrlglit of Miiil Hono
lulu, duvi-i'i i under the will of the -aid
Alexander .1. irtvi Split, decra-ed, intend
tutorielo!' -aid inortRapufora hre.irh of the
condition') in -aid inortcnge eontaiued, to
wit: the uoii-p.iynieiil of the piinuipul mid
inteic-l when dun.
Notice is iilu hereby (ivon thai all and
hiiipiilnr the lauds, tenement- mid hereditament-
in -aid moitgiige cmitained and
tU-cribcd will he -old at imblie auetioii at
tho auction loom of .lame- 1'. Moruau on
'Mccii street, in said Honolulu, on MON
rY, the I", h day of November, A.I),
l.-'it, at I 'J o'clock noon of miM day.
1 h" property in said mortgage is thu-de-crihed,
All that tract or parcel of laud -ituated
In Ivaliu, uilj of Honolulu, iu -aid 1-laml
of Oahu, and hounded as follow-:
Beginning at a ratim on the liiaUai -ide
of Knnklni -t cet .(II feet -outhea-t from
I.iliha stiect, and riuiiiiiu; thence bv true
ineiidiaii; S l- 11' V. 103 ." fuctnloni;
Lot HI. S. ."0- i:. ri-..2 foot alonp Kuleana.
N. 4S 41" i;. U8.7 feet aloiiL' Lot IS. N
11 111' V. .id feet a'oiiR Kuakini s.treit to
the initial point rontiiiiiiiui un area of WiM)
-quale feet, the same heinii No. I" of the
Kaliu Lot.- of S I'J. lii-hop a- numbered on
hi- map on the Kaliu Tract, and Ihe aiue
prenii-es that were eoneicd to the -aid
Hoopii (w.) b tho said ti. K. Hi-Imp by
Iced .luted .luiie 17th, ISt), recorded in the
Dlliee ot the -nid l!ee,!-.rar hi -aid Hono
lulu in hiber II" folio.- V7-d.
A. J. CAItTW ltli.Hl'.
Term- Ca-h. Dc-mls at the csp'-n-e ot
pureha-er. l'or further paitieulars apply
to .1. M Monsuuht, Attorney for lii ue'u
railwrifjht and A. .1. Cm (Wright.
Dutoil Honolulu, October 17, lt'-i.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
NOTK'K IS Hi:iti;ilV GIVEN THAT
by virtue of n power of -ale contained
in a certain mortgage, dated Jnmiurv ."uh,
A. 1). l:l)., made bj Jlaol.ukai (w.) and
Kakiilo, her husband, of Hon 'lulu, l-land
of Oahu, to Alexander , I. 'artwi ifilil (now
decea-cd), reeonled iu the olllce of the
Uufdstrur o'f Conveyances, in Liber 1IJ1,
Mios41:2 and MI, llruee Cirtwii(;ht and
A. .1. CartwriKht, of -aid Honolulu, de
visees under the will of -aid AliiMindcr .!.
Cartwiijiht, deceased, intend to foreclose
-aid mortgage for a bleach of the condition
in -aid uiortKiiKf contained, to wit. tin non
payment ot both the principal and interest
Notice is also licichy K'Vfii that all and
tdiijmlur the hind-, tenements and here
ditaments in said niuii.'.gc coiitaiiiid and
de-ciihed will he sold at public auction al
the auction loom of .lame- l- Morgan, on
Queen -treet in said Honolulu, on MON
HAY, the i;;tli diij of November, A. I).
IS1):!, ut 'l o'clock noon of said day.
The property ill -aid moi'nage is thus de
scribed, i'U, :
All thai certain piece of land situated at
KiumiKela, Honolulu aforesaid, and mini:
particularly described in deed of V.. K.
.Mthiiolelua to W. C. Aehi, dated L'-.'d
AiiRiist. lrtll, mid recorded iu liber 141,
pith'u- liKMJUl, containing an men of lt-1000
iicie, iiml belli); a part of tho-e premises
de-crihed in lioyul i'atenl (R2I.) to Knlaeo-lii-koi
for Kalaklni, convced to -aid Huo
kek.il by dee I of said '.' 0. Aehi, dated
January t, l-VJ, mid recorded in Hbor 111,
A. J. C'AltTWUiailT,
Term- t.'iisli. Deeds at the uxponsti of
puiuhii-er. l'or turthei paiticular apply
to.l.M. Mo.NSAimvr, Attorncv for llruee
Caitwright and A. .1. ilartwright.
Dulod Honolulu, October 17, 1WI3.
Auction Sale of Stallion !
On SATIMIDAY, Nov. ,
At J O'CLOCK NOON,
t my Bile-io in, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, In older of temp -rury ad-
iiilui-iniior of the Hsiute of
1'. Opfurgult, deceased,
thk THoitornnnuu) stam.ion
Sire, the Celebrated Kentuckv Stallion
'Wily Thornhlll," dam 'Viola "
fV-Kuithcr particulars of
Jets, IP. Morgan,
7.Vtd A U (THINK Hit.
BONO n A & CO.
Good Square Meals, 15 Cts.
UK NUUANi; bTUKKT
Di. S. ASA NO
Physician : and : Surgeon
Mi. it. vuuAsr Avr.Ntu:.
Oppotltu l.injle llou, - - Honolulu.
Hmiiii Hartal! Co., L'i
Saturday, iVor. 4, 1893.
It makes no
whether you use
or electricity for lighting your
dwellings, jou cannot nave j
too many lamps; electricity
plays out sometimes while
kerosene, like the odor of
onions, is with you all the time.
Our stock of Banquet and
Stand Lamps has never been
equalled as to excellence of
designs, and our Hanging
I Lamps are strong and service
able with all the ornamentation
consistent with good taste.
The prices are in harmony
with your purse.
Abraham Lincoln once said,
" you can fool some people all
the time, you can fool all the
people some of the time, but you
can't fool all the people all the
time." A few years ago, be
fore we went into business, a
lot of Fence Wire was im
ported to Honolulu. We may
add that fence wire has been
imported many times since but
this particular wire was ot a
! quality that would enable the
j dealer to sr'U at a low price
j and the buyer would feel, and
j did feel, that he had a bargain.
I The wire was soon sold and
j fences built, but in a few
months the dealer found him
self in a hornet's nest because
the wire was of a poor quality,
and his customers forced him
to take it back and replace it
with better wire. That bit of
experience was a lesson to the
merchant who had been in the
habit of importing cheap things
and getting high prices, but it
in no way applied to us. The
quality of our goods has never
been questioned, and this ap
plies particularly to wire.
When ours was imported we
directed our agent to procure
the best and they did it. We
have sold a great many tons
of it and have never had a
complaint. In connection with
funce wire we want to give you
a lew figures on lence building.
By the old method of placing
our posts S feet apart a mile
of fencing costs you $10860
for posts and staples only with-
out countintr treisfht
uense 01 digging
the new method, the materials
for a Locked Fence costs you
for the same distance $88.38.
This of course does not include
Like anything else, a farm
ing implement requires testi
monials from people using it
before the public will buy. Our
Hendry Breaker jumped into
prominence and favor because
people who were first to use it
wrote to us what a good thing
it was. The same may be
said of our new "Hknury
Doi'ui.e Furrow Plow." The
demand for it is growing be
cause people who are using it
tell their neighbors, and Hon.
W. Y. Horner of Lahaina tells
us in the following what he
thinks of it:
"Replying to your request
"for my opinion of the Hendry
"Double Furrow Plow, I would
"say that I have had one of
"them at work on my planta
tion for a year past and find
"it admirable in every respect.
"In having the mould boards
"of extra height you accom
plished a point which other
"inventors seem to have over
looked. I mean by this that
"in every other plow I have
"ever seen used the mould
"boards w"re so low that the
"dirt would fall back into the
"furrow. The opposite is the
"result in using Hendry's
"Double Furrow Plow; the
'.'furrow is left perfectly free
"from loose soil and is ready
"for either planting or irrigat
"ing. Another advantage over
"other plows is the lightness of
"draught which you obtain by
"having the strong straight
"beam with the iron rod run-
"ning from the clevis to a point
"over the mould board. I believe
"you have in your plow the best
"I have ever seen for the pur
"pose. You seem to have com
"bined all necessary points of
"excellence in a perfect plow
"in this one Implement."
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opixnilte Hiirickuli' Dlook,
1107 l'OUT STltblBT.
Corner P'oi't &
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT J AM
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
AT GOc. SCc. a.n.3. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN AM, 0OI.OKS
JS GO CS1TSS.
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists'
WHITE AND COLORED.
ALBO FIFTY DOZhSB
Flannellette Boys' Waists;
.Z,X, AT SE CSXTTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVBKY I'AIK WARRANTED
-A-a1 is a. .go.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
A.T ffii.eo a r'AJisa
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Men's, Ladies' and
WHICH 1 AM
sr I IKTVITHl IlSTSFHlOTIOlSr "a
E3 . -tJ H. JrC X-i X C ZEi
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
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These French Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their Excellence of Fixish and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
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E5JRS3 TPovt St.rect,
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No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
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FOR THK BALK OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superor California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Win? Of Hurt, Napa Qity.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jme, Uul., U. N, A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finftt Production, Jtlah and Mtllutu.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform aud Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince 0 Summer Drink,
, CT" ;Tli)o UiMiila ttre Guaranteed KlmclUai in uvury rii.mjl un.l uru otAirud fur
mile at Very Kuntuiible Price. . 837-Um
Mutual Tklucuunk 1KW-
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 noz. AVhlto Hemstitched ut 5o.
200 Doz. Colored Bordered nt fa.
I EXTRA VAMJE IN - . .
'Corsets arid Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corset can't bii bent.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AMI FIIM. LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
I am ottering at RED ROCK PR10E8.
JUST RECEIVED A LAROE AND NEW
O TJ:R,T -A. 1 1ST s
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clotting
Boys' Knee Pants
.3? SG CESTT3.
Children's Shoes I
Honolulu, H. I.
ESonol-ulvi, C. I.
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