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100 Doz. Four-in-Hanfl
"Wortita SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
i"" jf" &.
1 Tr"& M I
Nuuanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
has jtst iiKCKivr.n y i.aii: auuivalb
Direct from China' Finest Mountain IJiinlin ' Superior to Any
thing Rvei hold in llonululiii
Camphor Trunks Fitted with I'ulcnt Ditielive LncLs,
Latest Stylci Chinese Bamlioo Chain, and hannjea,
Beautiful I'atterns Chinese liilh and MIL Handkerchief i, Etc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Ca-lniifres, Tweed-, Ktc , Ktc.
Low Prices suae! Good 3Tit Guaranteed
CI IAS. HU STAGE,
I-ML'OUTKI. AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roli Butter and Island Butter
g&r ALWAYS ON HAND jgj
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Onlei-, fiiitlifullv utteiul to.
solicited utul packed with 0:1 re.
Lin'coln Block, Kino Stkcet,
BOTH TELEPHONKt; 10-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
TOE - IIOlrSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IbLANDS OleUEltS SoiJt'l fl.D. J&Ti T" SaTISI'ACIION Ol.'AllANTEEK.
H. E. McINTYUE & JRO.,
- IMI'UK'l UIIS A.J UEALElli IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New CiouiU Hfcelvtul liy livury I'm-kut from tin- Kiiii-ni .sliiti- mill Kniri.
Ji-RESU - CALIFORNIA - I'RODLCK - IJV - KVLKY . STEA.MKIt.
All Onlera fuillifully nttcinleil to nml (.noil IJiliwrt'il to mi)
Pint of thr 1 Ip, 1 ItLL.
IM.A.NU OllDEIlS Hoi.UllTEI). Sa llki AOIION GlAIUMEED.
EAST COlLS'EU 1'OHT AM K1NU b'J'JIKUTH,
-P. 0. liOX 371!
SatNfui'tluii ,'iiaruiiti'eiL I-liuid Orilerj-
Bi:r. Four am Alakea Sthkeih.
-P. O. BOX 'J1I7
-P. O. HOX tin
Thoroughbred Sloe (
FOR, SALE !
The undersigned olleii for side tin fol
lowing lleutititul Htoi'U:
i'HK KINK IlOltBi:
VMi I II K I Ol.t.DM IMI !HI:l''i
"Angic A.," 'Mnsie V.,"
"Sally Bliiuk" mid (Joll,
"Yum Yum" mid Coll,
"Ivory," " Violet,"
"True Mine" ami foil,
"Uazaar Kill v."
CtF" l'ull IV(Jiicet of the above 1'nn lie
seen lit droenliold Stable, licio price and
tcrin-i fuii bo uriuuged Id suit the times.
October IS, 18'J 1.
: Kaplolani Park.
AFTERNOON TEA LOTKS.
The undcrnioju'il has ju-d.
received a largo and varied
assortment of IIiCMrriciiKi)
and FitiNCKn Tea Cloths:
also some exceed i ugly hand
some SlIllMlOAUll ('LOTUS ill
(lill'erenl lengths, which lie
invites his lady culoiner.
Wo liitvc jit roccivuil ex "J.
C. Pfhigor" 'uinl "I'uul Im-iiIhtk"
from Hri'incii, large con.sin
ir.ents of Rock Salt, (Mpccially
adapted for Live Stock, and
which can ho had in (plant it ios
to suit, at cxtrciin'ly low pricp.
Union Feed Co., L'd,
fc(." 2w SOLE AdENTS.
S01BTHII6 NSW I
"Ih there anything now un
der tho Sun?" You will a-lc
yourself thai question uinl 1 he
aiiMvur is "l!o to M. (Iold
itEltti's and have a look at hi.s
New Patent Vontilatod LJndor
shirl; light, durahle and eool.
A Minimer garnient thai can
not ho rturpascd; hoth in long
and short .-.leevo. Price 50e.
each. a1. (ioldiikik; ih the
sole agent for Dr. (!. Jaegcr'.
Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside gig Resort
Hi lulirr . r, IVtJ.
If niiititir ileiite nuvh iilit-fnuhhintil thiiiif
nt 'luulji tcnirrn, 'ii', pure air, clem 'iu
utittr, (( fwxl anil laaicnt; minnrlii liiimj
nut kef me hia i','i'. rufji ecnimj met the I'uct
Jie ttttil the ilhttint hittt tif Witiituiit , Irtemn
iitenil him inrtliiitli In the "finm timet."
ItUlllUIT I.UI'IS .S'V.'I'A'A'WJA'.
T. A. SIMPSON, ; : Manager.
Al'llthT-CLAbH FAMILY llATHINtl
Jtekurt at Vulkll;l, Tiniuu.iri pints
the (jute. Hpnolal iirrMHK''iiioiiU mil he
uiuile (or Family Picnic uinl ICvunliiti
iluthiiiK I'unluji, Q4-U
IT TRADE J
(Continued from 1st Parte.)
Atnoriean woman, as far as ho know,
who had ovor lint I tlio honor of bo
inir ailmittod lo the iloor of the
house of poors. -Mrs. Owen isn't nt I
all overcome nt tlio distinction, but '
more people tlian a few linvo en
joyed hor cleverness in overcoming
Mrs. Tarano,, wife of Represent
ative John Tnrsney of Missouri, is
noted among southern women for
hor skill in the political field. If
thuro is a voter in Mr. Tnrsney's dis
trict whom she hasn't somo knowl
edge of, then lie must havo just
moved in. She is skilled in nil the
lore of delegates, primaries and con
ventions, and ery unimportant
I must a convention bo if Mrs. Tnrs
! no isn't apprised of the result with
in a few hour-, or as soon as the
news can bo -ont to Washington.
,Sho is as near a 'horn politician ' as
a woman can lie, for hor lathur was
ono of Missouri's famous judges and
leaders. Ono of Mrs. Tarsnoy's enr
jiest memories is of being dressed
in a butternut dress mounted on a
horse boforo her fnther, who rodo at
the head of the procession, given a
Hag and told to hurrah for "Old
Hickory." And she's been a con
firmed democrat ever since. She is
a zealous church woman and very
kind hearted. The gront sorrow o"f
hor life is the loss of all children,
especially a boy named after its
father. Now she has a tender spot
for fatherless or motherless boys,
and goneially hns some protege
oft oner two, on the roll of congress
as messengers and pages, while they
manage to get a good education.
They are always from Missouri, and
while they ate in Washington Mrs.
Tarsnev keeps an ove on thorn like a
mother, uuallj' having them live at
the hotel with herself and husband.
More than ono Mis-ouri boy owes
his statl m life to Mrs. Tarsnoy's
grief for the loss of hor own boys.
Row Anna Shaw, who is tho talk
ing champion of woman suffragists,
and with Kate Fiold leads tlio ranks
of Ametierui womeu orators, is a
self-made woman. Sho educated her
self for the ministry. Fow who
know her as tho vieo-prosidont of
tho national woman sutl'ragists ami
as a minister are aware that sho is
also fitted to take place in tho ranks
of another profession. As well as
being a minister, sho studied medi
cine and could practice if her elo
quence and gift of tongue over fail
ed. Laura Johns says Miss Shaw is
tho only woman whom all Kansas
men, whether menus or foes to tho
woman's movement, suiilo at, ap
plaud and admire. Lucy E. An
thony, "Aunt Susan's" niece, is Miss
Shaw's private secretary.
What Thoj' Muaut to Say.
As an Amorican, wo will go 0110
bolter than tho American loaguo or
muro properly speaking the Stevens
league, that paid a visit to Minister
Willis and speak in a little plainer
language, juat what we Americans
are, and what wo intend to accom
plish if possible. In tho first place
we want to steal this country in tho
name of annexation -but wo had
much rather havo Uncle Sam raise a
protectorate, and keep us in power
as at presout, say for eight or ton
years. Vo Americans came to Ha
waii somo for our country's good,
some because wo wero of no account
in our own country but thinking
wo might bo of some account among
t he simple Hawaiians- Some of us
deserted from ships and received en
courageineut from tho J'. G. to play
soldier. Tho truth is wo are conglom
erated nest of Americans, who care
no more for tho Stars and Stripes
than we do foi the man in tho inoou,
if wo thought wo could run this
country to Miit ourselves, without
the aid of Lnclo Sam. To speak
more plainly, .Mr. Minister, wo be
lieve that every mother's son of our
coercion Americans fioni tho mis
sionaries up, lias more or less of
something of thostulf in their coin
position and general make-up that
Kidd the pliaie was manufactured
from. Sonic will pray and shout
glory halleluiah until they aro
hoarse, while others will use cuss
words from in-miiug (ill night, but
tho principle 1-, about tho same with
all when it cuntcs to I railing horses.
Although the worst class of "Yanks"
among our nuwil aro those who havo
amaniaor a' tacking a defenseless
woman hardly think Kidd would
have done I hat! Om; ok 'em.
A Common Occurrence.
It is not unusual for eolds con
tracted in tin- fall months to hang
011 all winter or as soon as a person
is over ono cold to contract another.
This succession of eolds is what
causes chronic catarrh and bron
chitis. One or tho other of these
diseases is almost certain to bo tho
result. For this reasou it is of much
iniportniK'o that eolds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt attention. Thoy can be
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Uemody is used. It acts on
natures plau, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, and relieves the
lungh, hoon oirecling a permanent
euro. i and 50 cent bottles for
sale b all doalor.s. Benson, Smith
iNj Co., AguntK for the Hawaiian
Hoonirt to lot ivith board at Ilatii
For New Silks and Infants' Out
fita go to "Ka Mailo."
Sunljiirn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tunic. 15etison, Smith & Co.,
J)r. I. 1. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved lib otliee to Arlington House,
iJotel fitroul Parlor No. 2.
Dr. (ico. II. iiuddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ofllco from King street
to Horetaiiia stieot, near Kuiiiia.
C1111. Hi.iiSKiNi) and ). Mo.Mhi:i;iN,
1'iauo Tuners and Teachers, J'on
liallovv House, Jioretaiila stieot. .Mu
tual teliiphoiiu (ill. Lessons given
011 l'iiuio for beginners and piacti
eal iiiuno players, Tuning order
will be promptly ultonded to,
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
To the Ladies of
Our Dolls I
. Doll Bodies I
IIuvo urrived so ns lo enable you
to Dress thorn for Ohrislinus.
We run confidently assert thai
a Nicer and Better Selected
Stock has not been offered in
THERE IS A
Real Hair Dolls!
ready for vour
Next door to the Palace Ice Creiuu 1'nrlora
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
Iii'tpci'tfullv invites her Numerous. Pat
rons to INSPECT the
Received by Last Steamer!
-NoTE THK ADDKESS-W1
Next iloor to thu Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Hotel Street, Oppo. Betbel St.
IN OKIIKH TO KPFBIT A
Total .-.Clearance 1
Beforo November 30, 1893,
-THK KNTIRK STOCK OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WILL IIK OKFK1IK1) AT
K.ciiaoeci Frioes 1
Gome and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
rpHK BOHOONBK 'NORMA.'
JL Xi Tons ReKlster, biihstuii
tiiilly built ol On It ami Ceilur;
Conner uml Conner Fuslcnuil.
nil imruuiui puriieiiiurH uppiy
li'i tl THKO. II, DAVlKri ,V CO.
ACIOOI I'AYINO llimiNKSb, WICLL
enluhllbheil uml ceatrully locutuil.
i'oi lutrtlculum Inquire ol
U. Iv, llOMtD.MAN,
WW-lin 610 Fun. Direel,
I.'-.1'.., 1 ...'....!.. - """
I In f.fi.ri I
J. HOIPIR & CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
jfracaffsKH ur "7" "
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single I'lt'cus nnrt SuK
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Kino Spring, llitir Wool, Mush nnrt Straw MiUtresse.M.
PILLOW'S Ol-" LIVIC OKBSr. IMLVTHKItS AND SILK KLOBS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Yarlety of Baby Carriages, G.ibs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our CiihiiK't-Muking Workshop Is Superior In lieu nntl .Mnteriul.
FUItNITUIlE AND MATTKBSSES ItCPAtimU AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTING- - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUR PKICKS ALWAYS THK
J". HOPP cfe CO,,
75z Cixi-or Street, ... ECoaolvdM, EC. I.
PElt HA UK "( I). HHYANT."
or all styles;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
III the Latest Patterns;
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with the Latent Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
nil 1 1 ri iv
uicoraiea ioibb ria
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King Street, oppo. Castle A' Cooke.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 519 Fort Street.
1 Hoiio on Germmiia street -?20 per
1 House on Emma Siiuiire-Jlfi
1 Store under the "Ailingtoii."
I Store on Nuuunii street.
'2 House on Heretaniu street.
'J Hoitbcaou Fort tieet.
House and Lot on Heretaniu street near
Pensucola. Lot M) feet frontage and
HO feet deep.
-Several Desirable Hesidcnces at tti-t-clas
1 rtcsideiii'c on Uermania street.
(I. K IIOARDMAN,
HUSTACE & CO.
All kinds in nny quantity from a
bug to u ton.
From one hag to any quantity.
In 4-ft. lengths uml Sawed or Split,
from n hug to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
SON OKA & GO.
Good Square Meals, 15 Gts.
No. 418 NUITANIT STKKKT.
The Queen street Sbaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgun'x Auellnu ltooin)
vol CAN (UirAlK a
First Glass Shave or Hair Cut
LOWKST IN HONOLULU.
Are Jlecnivliig New Invoices ol
iB00K AND J0B ST0CK
BY EVKRY STEAMER
Electric Piuiliiii Office,
Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work In the latest styles, at
the shortest notice uud at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty 1
Executed in the Most Attractive
1 Rend the following partial list of spee
laities and get the Bulletin's prices be-
1 fore placing your orders. By bo doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Ladiug;,
' Check Books,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when desired.
t&f' No Job Is allowed to leave the of
II cu until It gives satisfaction.
m. S. ASANO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. l(i.r NUUANU AVKNUE.
Opposite Eagle House, - - Honolulu.
Mutual Telephone 211.
1)U. J. LTCIIIDA,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. .1 KUKUI LANK.
EEiii rx:x.x:3?zxoxTx: esc.
AiinitSKV-T Lam anii Nnmtv Pnui.ic,
No, ID Kuuhiuiiniiu Ht., Honolulu,