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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FUOM ANI AKTKKJUNK I. IKti
I'o Kwa Mill.
leavi l'earl City
Arrive Kwa Mill,
U.ivr Kwa Mill .
Invf Pearl City
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....0:66 11:16 4:16
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triu Q g Ulftin.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, IBM.
TllfMUAT, June 21
Slmr James Makeu from Kauai
TuuRKiitT, June 21.
Btnir Knata for
Walanac, Wnlulna and
Moknlela ni 8 a tti
Htnir 1'cle for Makawoll
VeisoU Leaving To-morrow.
tituir Klnau tor Maul and Hawaii nt 2 p in
OitrKoes from Iilnud Fort.
Btnir Janic Milken 2'00 Iior jiijinr.
The ileum packet MomIiik Hlnr Milking
In storm to-day.
Tho U-ainer Klnau will leae un her
regular rout to-morrow afternoon.
. Tho teami-r Pclo left this afternoon for
Mftknwcli with two hundred tout of con I.
The steamer Mlkahala lm hsd her
f tnokesiack taken out. Hho I lying at tho
new wharf near ilretver'n landing.
LOQKU ANU OKNEHAJU NEWS
Jerry Connors' benefit at the Opera
House this evening.
A brothor of Joo Choyuski the
fighter is working on the S. S. Aus
tralia. Tho dates of tho annual closing of
public schools are given iu the "Uy
A native and a foreigner were
taken in tow by tho police this
morning for uou-paymout of taxes.
The summer vacation of all pub
lic schools will commence on Friday,
July 13, and extend to September 10.
H. P. Baldwin anil A. O. M. Rob
ertson addressed an open meeting of
tho -Amoricau League yesterday
Tho commencement exercises of
Oahu College will be held in the
Central Union Church this evening,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
Nino lots of land at Kanuoho are
to be sold under judicial authority
by Jas. F. Morgan at his nuctinn
rooms on Saturday of next week.
L. J. Lovey will hold a salvage
sale of stock damaged by fire at the
premises of W. W. Wright & Son on
King street at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Theo. IL Davies & Co., will have
an "ad" iu to-morrow's issue that
will bo of some interest to the trade.
A new shipment o'f Hour, feed stufTs,
ti.. .i.i tr ii . l
MeehnulcV Home, comer. Ho el
anu iMiuauu street. Lodi;iui by
day,. week or month. Terni: 25 and
.. urw.lr ..- ..,.. I. T.,,.. - .wl
SOcouts pur nielli; $1 Atul fl.2T nr
"Lfentonant Wood of tho V. S. S.
Philadelphia and party ruturml
from a nix weeks' star at Fonrl har
bor yesterday noon. They have tioon
uiiKagod Biirvoyijig tho harbor.
Tho houso of II. Smith, on Emma
Hlroot, was burglarized yesterday
and tho sum of $11 takeu. The mat
ter was reported to the polico nt
C:IMI o'clock yesterday evening.
Tho Hawaiis ami CrenceutH will
play ball on Saturday. The Hawaiis
will outer the same team as played
last Saturday. Ernest Wodehouse
will play iu the Crescent team.
S. Kaai, who for years was em
ployed iu C. J. Fishel's store, died
Tuesday evening and was buried yes
terday iu the Kawaiahao Churcli
cemetery. A detauhmeut of I lie lln
jvaiian National baud preceded the
A native uamed Kane will have
his headquarters iu the Low hotel
for tho next six months. He plead
ed guilty iu tho District Court to
day to two har(os of larceny, ono
of tobacco from a Chinamau on tho
10th, aud nnothor of a pair of clip
pers from a Jap yesterday.
Howard Hitchcock is at work iu
his studio upon a new picture, a
moonlight view of Diamond Head,
paiutou iu an entirely now stylo from
auy heretofore shown in Honolulu.
Judging from tho picttiro the young
Artist often enjoys a moonlight np'ui
on tho Wnikiki road. Ho is always
pleasod to rocoivo visitors at his
studio any Friduy afternoon
While at 1'twkakill, N. V., Mr. J
A. Hcriven, a prominent manufac
turer of New York Oity, purohaM'd
a bottle of ChniiibeilninV ('ougli
Remedy. Such good results ucio
obtained from its uso that ho sent
baok to tho druggist from whom ho
had obtained it for two mom bottles '
of tho same remedy. When you
havo a cough or cold give this pre
paration a trial and like Mr. Scriven
you will want it whon again in need
of such a mndicino. It is a remedy
of groat worth and merit. '27 and
CO cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Boiuoii, Smith A; Co., Agents foi (lie i
Sovontoenth 13a y.
TitrnsDAY. June 21.
President Dole called the Couvon-
tioti to order at 11) n. in.
Dolegato Hitchcock by letter ask
ed to bo excused from further at
tondauco on account of illness.
Vieo President Wildor presented
n report from tho majority of tho
special committeo on woman suf
frage. It was against granting tho
privilege iu tho Constitution, but
recommended n new Article giving
the Legislature power to grant it.
Couu. Drou u presented n minor
ity report, giving the opinion that
woman's proper placo is iu tho home,
nnd recommending that the potitiou
be laid on the tablo.
Del. Katua moved the adoption of
tho minority report. This was a
now question nnd confined entirely
to Honolulu. Thero had been noth
ing hoard about the question iu the
country districts. Woman's fran
chise would extend tho field of po
litical corruption. It would take
many years for tho Hawaiian women,
especially, to qualify for tho suf
frage. Let the women stay at homo
wliero they belong, and leave tho
making of laws to tho men. Intro
ducing women into active politics
would brood discord iu families.
Tho royalist women of Honolulu
lately presented a memorial to tho
American .Minister, iu which they
called themolves "wo tho people of
Hawaii." This showed that the
women were not fit to engage iu
Vieo I'res. Wilder moved tho
adoption of tho majority roport.
Ono would think to hear tho previ
ous speaker that the life or death of
this nation depended on I he passngo
of the minority report. Very little
was atked iu tho majority report. It
simply recommended that tho Legis
lature might at some future day,
when there was more light on the
question, enact a law on the subject.
This was a question that would not
down. It was coming to the front
in every State iu the American
Union, and wherever women had
received the frauchino nothing but
praise was hoard of tho results.
Surely the Legislature I hat might
take up tho question ought to be as
wise as this Convention, and all the
majority asked was that it should
not bo necessary, to legislate on the
question, that the end should be
subjected to the tedious process of
amending the Consul ut ion.
Min. Damon seconded tho motion
to adopt the majority report with
pleasure. They had heard the dele
gate from Wailuku declaim with the
fiery eloquence of his race against
the Idea of allowing women any
part iu politics, lie would refer
that speaker back to tho time of
Kamehameha II.. when Hawaiian
women were freed from the oppres
sion of tabus, and they had been
free ever since. The same speaker
had said that the only place this
agitation was hoard was iu Hono
lulu. If he kept his ears open ho
would hear the question ludug dis
cuscd all round the world. It was
tho coming question and could not
be repressed. This movement for
the emancipation of women was
revolutionizing India. There was
nothing so very startling about the
proposition that women should be
allowed to vote. Voting was only a
matter of detail.
Mill. Smith would not liko to see
the recommeiidatiou of tho majority
pascd as it stood. He would there
loie propose an nmeudiiieiii to con
fine the franchise, if ever granted,
to women who hail the same qualil!
cations us male voters for Senators.
There was a great deal of oon
I sentimentality expressed over this
.question. The talk about elevating
I women, emancipating women, ami
l o on was empty. Woman ruled the
. world today by lier care of the
.., . . .., ,,...:.,. Tlllir
,.'. .i : ...ir.
K','' "ii"j"r III niiuinii BiniriiKu
that it would degrade instead oi
i elevate women. A groat deal of the
evils of politici, was due to the mat
teutiou of the men to political '
duties, mid thero was no reason to !
believe t lint women would lie any
more faithful iu t lint respect. Tim
movement for cuiiuicijmtioii of
women in India liml iiuthin to tlo
with the frnuclii'-o. He believed
that a majority of the women of
this community wns ntiiust the
movement. It was at least very
doubtful if giving the vote to women
would cause any improvement iu
Vico-1'res. Wilder was willing to
accept the amendment proposed by
Del. Baldwin agreed with his col
league from Maui that woman Mif
frae would only bit adding to the
ignorant vote of this country. The
transition from a monarchy to a re
public was a sudden one, and it was
not wise to add to the complications
ol tno situnliou. His colleague hail
frit'itii Iii4tn n irtiul iilutt if t lii fintl
a.' viiviii in'l iuvii hi llii' iv-ut
itiL's of th llauaiiiitis on tliin mat-
tor. It would be a most dnugeroiis
experiment to grant woman the
fnun-lii.xe. lie hail read iu the pa
per the 1Uu.ltin hut evening that
Mr. Wilder told the ladies they hail
his sympathy but not his judgment.
After hearing his report lie thought
thoy hud also captured his judg
ment. (Laughter.) Woman's pro-
per sphere was the home and it was
. there thai she wielded a iiiightviu
ilueuce ou politics lij training up
tho voters of the future. He thought
it very unwise to place a provision
iu the Const it til ion allowing a fit-
i turn Legislature to grant female
suilrnge. How did they know that
the Legislature would know more
about llie tuestiou lliau tlun knew
to-dny' hut n-uraueo wa there
of the Mipenor wisdom in the Legis
lature of the fulur.; The) might
us well put in tln Constitution that
a future Legislature might liae
power lo pioeliiim Liliuolutlani as
Del. loMipa ntlvocaled the adop
tion of tho minority rcpott. If pro
purty should confer the right of iho
Intnchise, it ought to do so to min
ors (is well as women. Couples had
been separated iu these islands with
iu the past two j ears by polities, and
the pa-sage of tliii provision would
add fuel to the tlamu
Dol. Kauliane favored the major
ity report. Ho thought soino of the
spnakors showed dread of tho ladies.
With the provision in the Constitu
tion there would be an incentivo to
women to qualify thomsolves for tho
Couu. Drown regarded tho propo
sition as entirely too radical to bo
made cny of adoption in this coun
try. If this provision woro put In
the Constitution there would likely
bo an agitation set on foot forthwith
for a woman suffrage law. It was
placing entirely too much power in
tho next or nuy succeeding Legisla
tore, to allow It to mako such a radi
cal change by a snap judgmont.
This question had only come up
within the past twenty-five or thirty
years, and this country could wail a
while longer for tho benefit of tho
experience of other countries.
Del. Kabaulelio was at first somo
what favorablo to the movemeut,but
on reflection for tho past few days
ho had concluded it was not well to
grant womou the franchise at tho
present lime. It was not foreign
womou he thought of in tho matter,
but the native Hawaiian women. A
woman would not look well march
ing up to tho polls with ono or two
men holding each of her arms.
(Laughter.) Undor tho qualifica
tions very few Hawaiian women
could vote, and for that reason alone
ho would oppose tho majority ro
port. Del. Carter remarked that a gravo
fault iu the Attoruoy-Ueuoral's
amendment was the property quali
fication. It was worthless as a test
of intelligence. They either inherit
ed tho property or got it from their
husbands in most cases. For his
part ho believed in woman suffrage,
as ho did iu universal suffrage, but
the people ho represented had not
had an opportunity of discussing
this question. In the presout state
of affairs tho question of woman
suffrago would bo an addition to
serious complications. The giving
to ono Legislature of the power to
mako such n serious ehaugo was
entirely too radical.
The ayes and noes woro called on
tho minority report, to lay tho poll-1
lion on tho table, when it was adopt-
ed on tho following vote:
Ayes Abies, Allou, Baldwin,
Hollo, Drown, Carter. Fernaiides,
I oio pa, Kahaulelio, Kama, McCaud
less, Morgan, Xott, I'oguo, Dice,
Uobortsou, Tenney, Vivas, A. S. Wil
cox, G. X. Wilcox, Vouug 21.
NoesDamon, Horner, Kauliane,
King, D. D. Smith, W. O. Smith,
Couu. Drown from tho committeo
on revision reported that tho amend
ed draft of the Constitution would
bo ready on Monday moruing.
Del. Vivas asked the Executive if
negotiations were iu progress for a
treaty with Japan in which the fran
chise would bo extended to Japa
nese. Del. Carter called the member to
order, informing him his question
was entirely out of place. It ho
wanted any information from tho
Executive ho knew where their offices
The Convention adjourned at 12
o'clock till 10 o'clock Mouday morn
OOKKEE LOTS AC AUCTION.
Successful Biddurs at the Oovorn- '
mout Land Sato. i
Twnty-threo lots of land suitable
for nnffeo growing were put up at
auction at the Executive building at t
noon today. Ulilul (Jlork . A.
H.singer conducted tho sale. Fol
lowing is a list of tho buyers with
the sixes of lots and prices:
A. G. Corren, a WW acres, SU2.85.
J. E. Taylor, lfi.8() acres, SU.W).
A. McAulton, 1JI.70 acres, .8:i.
.). Vteira, KUI acres, $1)8.1(1.
Levi Lymau, 18.'.)(J acres, $101.28.
Ellen O. Lyman, 17.00 acres,
6 1 ".().
.1. Cosgrove, li'.l (10 acres, f 120.
It. C. Hitchcock, 7)1.10 acres,
Geo. II Williams, oO acres, $125.
T. Mutch. 1 17.70 acres, .?lll).2t).
M. K. Williams, 15.80 acres, $111.
Chas. Auld, 00.1(1 acres, $1211.
W. C. ISorden, 47.50 acres, $71.20.
Alox.C'ockburnja lOacres,? 110.50.
.1. S. Cnnnrio, 81 10 acres, $101.70.
Mrs. Ida I). Castle, -18.2(1 acres,
L. Turner, 100.10 acres, $M.8I.
.1. S. Sylva, $12.1 S0 acres, f'.l.'l.
w. l(. Unstle, 177 acros, H8.0O,
t of survoy is to bu paid by
sor, raiiKiiiK from $9.C0 to
ordinij to tho aixu of tho
1 have two little grand children
who aro teething this hot summer
weather and are troubled with bowel
complaint. 1 give them Chamber
Iain's Colic. Cholera aud Diarrho-a
Jietuedy and it acts liko a charm. I
earnestly recommend it for children
with bowel troubles. 1 was myself
taken with a severe attack of bloody
imit.wiiii cramps ami pains in my
I stomach, one-third of a bottle of
,this remedy cured me. Within
twenty-four hours I wns out of bed
1 nnd doing my houso work. Mits. W.
, L. Dijnaoan, lion-aqua, Hickman Co.,
Toiiii. For sale by all dealers. Hon
l son, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
1 Hawaiian Islands
Harry Swiutou was not harboring
, W. H. Aldrich when iu hiding, as ,
some published reports would im
i Mrs. Williams, a sister of Thos.
E. ICvaus, accompanied that gentle
i man home from the Const to visit
Johnny Noble has purchased nil
the skates belonging lo the Uere
tauia street skating rink Iu nart-iier-ilnp
with his brother Mr. Noble
will open it riii It at Kailua, Hawaii,
ou July 1th.
I AM I'ltH.l'Altr.n TO PAINT YOUH
1 rimtni;ruli Iu Witter ('olurs or tint
t'tMHiOil I'aistimi to order.
I.eiMins i;lun In Houur I'uliitlUK In Oil.
mid l'lintiiur.iili I'ainilni.' In Watur Holers
LeiivK nil orders ut Hindlo, Aluhu I'lintn
(nipli duller) . Kort street.
ftr I .'"'I; ut the tnmplcs In l'miUIr
MiirdHitre ( Diuimny'i lnduw,
I0ll-lf W. U. AH11
Regular General Seasiou of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Tho Executive and Advisory
Councils met at 1:30, Vice President
Wilder in tho chair, with him being
presont: Ministers Hatch, King,
Damon and Smith; Councillors C. '
Brown, John Ena, Houry Wator-
houso, W. F. Allen, J. A. McCand-1
less, D. B. Smith, E. D. Tonnoy,
Alox. Young and John Xott.
Min. Smith presented a petition I
from a native woman praying for tho ;
pardon of her husband in jail. Ro- j
ferred to tho Judiciary Committeo.
A letter was road from tho Board j
of Education enclosing certain
claims from persons at Kahuku, '
Oahu. Referred to the Minister of
Minister Damon road tho weekly
financial statement as follows: ,
Fimasciai. Statement for ths
Ekmmi Jdmk 2U. ttfJl.
Current account balance Juno
13. I8tl 213.201 37
Interior Department $ 4,010 00
Customs receipts 11,703 00
Fines, etc 1I7 23
Itrvenuo stamps 3 IS 00
Water MO 00
Post olllce i JT0 31
Uovornmcnt realization!.. .. 2 8 01
Taxes 05'J SI
San Krnncleo Consul Fees .. 333 33
Ilrnnds ... 3 00
Donils. . ... 1,000 00
Total treasury balance nbovo
(Into 213,201 .17
Judiciary Department .. 3.17 00
Department Foreign Affairs 13.1 si)
Bureau of i'ulilie Works. . M A0
llurcau Water Works . .lit) 37
lloar.l of Health 057 10
Kxikjiim's placing loan, tMtf O 00
Miscellaneous 2.020 60
Hulnrk's and Incidental!". 5,01 8(1
Interest 1,113 .'!
Attorney (ioncrnl's Dej.U. . 0,1)711 US
Itoail taxes to eclal duixclt 40 00
HupjKirt of Military 13,023 00
Kxpunac of Delegates to Con
stitutional Convention . 7tS. 00
Payments under Section 2 I, Ml 0.1
$ 37,22 113
Total treasury balance, above
date. IU1.78I 70
Outstanding bonds . ...2,72'VJ00 00
Treasury notes Wl-SOO 00
Duu 1'. S. Dank and 1. M. (I.
notes GW.tWl 13
r. . no memo.
Notices Ibis dutu of with
drawal maturing June,
July and August,lS!l.. ..$ 22,332 00
Cash on hand ill,3'ej fll
rHiivisiovAL iovr.HsvrNT Miyo.
KxiaMises I'rovisluiial Govern
ment to date I W7.U0 Kl
This aniiiiint covers all expenses Incltid
MKMH CASH IN TnrVMI'HT.
Oiitttindlti( certlllcstes.. .
t'nsli in treasury to redeem nil
Tetal nmimntenrtlflcates .,.
Cash on hand' I'ustal BavlnVs"
llalaiu'u to oredlt of ) Hnad
Hoards In Treasury .
Ilalanci to credit of Hnlnxil
llonnl Iu Treasury
Avallnblu cash, current ac-
t 2H3.HM At
Due current acc'ntnt from
vaneos to loan fund..
I MJ.ffiO III
r.leetrie l.lnlit , ,
l.tlit llousu Keepers .
Aid toCtnecn's llo.llul
I Miniatcr Dniniin epuko about nil
i vur curtilicatu5. Thuru war bcIiihIiiIu
oxtnut by which it could bo dotvr
I minitil whni was tho rolation bo
tweon cortifii'ntnu in circulation and
coin ou dnposit. Ho would liriiitf iu
a bill nt next timet iii.
Tho bill to trnnsfor part of Puna
to North llilo District waa road a
first tinio and paafwd.
Mr. ICnti roferrod to tho puhlinhod
roport that poriiiiaaion had boon
rnntod to tho British naval forces
to land for drill nnd aftorward re
vokod. Ho was not sure whothor
ho should ask for information ou tho
subioct iu opou Councils.
Miuistor Hatch said tho matlor at
this stauo was hardly iu a fit stato
Tho Councils adjourned at 1:55.
, T rTQr P 1? fi,"!T? IVr?n
dU51 ItBLd!il U.U
A FUbb SUIM'UY
Ami plrnty inort- on tho way
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
IW TKI.KI'HONKH I'Jl
Okfick & Wakkiiouhk:
CorntT Qiii'tMi and Niiuunii
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label' Sugar Corn.
' Red Label ' Oysters,
' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
'Crystal' Rice, (N-w).
Above Brand will always be found excellent. Ask your Grocer (or llirm
Llltoliell & jPeteraon, Ooaat .Agenta
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who Suffor Similarly, Re
member, HOOD'S CURES.
Urn. F. tr. Darktr
This lady Is well-known and popular
dressmaker. Klio says: I
"TherelsDOtulstako about Hood's Bamp. I
rilta. I want to tell how quickly It cured tna ol '
lour stomach, which had troubled mo for orcr a
year. I could not ctcu takn a an allow of water
but what I suffered from rfUtr ii1 ntlalir. '
When I began to take Hood's fiimparlll I '
could see eood effects from the first tlircodojci.
I continued until I bad taken uirce bomes ana
Hood's . Cures
hare been enilrelf cared. I gre this state
ment for the benellt of others who aro suffering
slmllarlr." Mm. F. W. Daukeh, 41 Chester
Park, Boston, Mms.
HOOD'S PILLS re tswlafUr-UtontrPOH
MUIdlsUoi.carabdaclia. Try a bos. sM.
H01IHON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
INAUGURAL - BALL
jHi2,New Hall of Scottish Thistle
DI.3IM M Plh
Corner Port uml Hotel streets,
Monday Evening, July 2d
tW" For Hula nt Lindsay's Jewelry Store
and tbu .Nests Htamls. IWJI-td cod
City Caihuage. Co.,
I'om-r KiiiKand lletliel Cts.
BOTB TELEPHONES 113
FIno Carrlage-H & Civil Drivors i
To lie had at all hours
J. S. ANDliADE,
Corner KIhk .V Ntiuaiiu Hts.
Knn. WotrKB, : ; i : Mnuacer.
Finest of Wines k Liquors
Billiard &c Reading Room
rUIE TO l-ATIIONh.
agTrr'O'.A.Xi xagzEi'iroaTC S73.
First Seml-Annual Exhibition
At Klno'i Art Qallerlti, Hotel Street,
0en from June, nth to July fit It.
1 ExiilhitlonofUII I'aiutliiKs, Wuler Colors,
l'ustelx, Kenlpture. Wood ('iirvlni; uml 1'or-
celalu 1'allitlllK. AdloUhloii, !M CVntu.
ACOTTAOK ON KINO
dtri'ot, in-xt ilour to
: ly Kiirnliirit rotiiiiii)
to rt-ut I'licap, I'ontiilniiiK
HtttliiK-rooiu. :i llfdriHinib,
nililiiK-rnoiii uml Kitidirn,
Apt'lv. Hi i..
1?0lt A TKItM OK NOT
len th-tn live rrn the
Itritldeiii'K on Vinuyard
Hlreet. rf(cnilv ocnmlvd iv
thu tnidundiMl. d. Vtiry convenlflit. nvt-ri-
thlin; in appli-dn oritur, in touiiitud j t
out of town. Applj to
IWK tf K. 8. lU'NMA
Headquarters for White Goods
JNT. 83. S
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAtNHOOKH In Plain, Striped, Cheeks and Plaid.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL GRAPES AND PltlCKS.
DIMITIKS In Htriped, Checks, Plaids and Hair Line-.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND KOKU
IMMEN8R VAK1KTY OF
KMUKOIDKKY F.DOINOS In Swiss. Nainsook and Hamhnrg In
All Widths with Inserting U) Match.
All-oTer Embroidery, Bnbroidery Flonnces and Demi Flounce.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
I haw hoiMi iiiNtnictcd by Mit. ii. M. dk 8a k Sii.va,
proprii'tor of the Hawaiian Jai'ANksk Hazaau, llotul Htivut,
to soli hi tock of JAlVNESIi) GOODS. Also, u big uh
Hortmont of JAPANESE PAl'EK NAPKINS will he noltl
LK.8S THAN COST.
411 NUUANU STKEBT.
M K It C H A N T T A 1 L () It.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW BIOt'K OK
Cuslimunts and ScM'gos Just Ktjceived !
SUITS FROM $14 UP
Dry OoodH, Fancy Goods, Lawns, Etc., Elo.. Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Ladies', Children's and Men's
FAST - BLACK - HOSIERY
On MONDAY, June 18, 1894,
13? FOR ONE DAY ONLY -iQ
V will oiler tliuw (loodii at I.ophI I'rtn'n
fSO At fS 1 1
I Iw'ic to Inform SKirtliii; Min nnd the
(leninil I'ulilie Unit I am prepared to Hit
imlr iiini Kenoviite iivi-ry deerii.tlon ol
l-'iri'Hrins (Inns, l(iiln and Keridvern
hkillfn ly ItP-btiH-Leil. HhieiiiKiiiid ll own
liiK done in iui wlmdc. Kirl-'lii- v i k
iiiHiiahlpt;tiuraiitied I'm-toiiier promptlt
UNION STIUIKT, HONOl.tfl.U.
MR. J. W. OUAPMAN.
THK Yir.l.l.- KNOWN
In now prepared to (ttrr for llniHinetit,
Koi'hiU, I'flvitto Dliinpr I'lirtlf. WeddliiK
or tliirdt'ii 1'iirtiex, etc., i.ie. He will In
plviixed toi'.tll tipiinanv Indies or iiontle
meii Uu vtlll kindly uddrett. 0 I O
- A - OKiS'
Sll0e at $2.25
HOP H1NG & CO.,
M HOTKI STltKhT
S hohoaiii llrulem in
Lionors anfl Manila Ciprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oil, Itli'u, Mnttliic,
Ohlnosu tillkt, KU;., Ktc, Ktu.
Eaglish and Amorican Groceries
lly Uwry I'oiut hteaim-r
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