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2ht Snilii SiUrlin,
SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1894
LOOAL. AND OENEHAL NEWfl.
Tim piililic band plays at Emma
Square this afternoon.
' Cricket match this aftnrnooti on
tho Recreation grounds.
THE MAUI RACES. '
List of Winners in tho Fourth of
Batcway, July 7.
Am lk Albert, Orldllli', 13 days from Han
6ttnr Mokulll fmm Mnul, I-ntinl nml Melo-
Btmr J A Cummin from Koulnti
feifRtv, July T.
B B MUM Mam. Thompson, for Yokohama
tjtmr t'rlo for Mnkiuveli
Vessols IiOixvtnfr Monday.
Btmr Knnln for I'unnluu and Knliiilm tit
Bttut Mukolll for Molok.il mxl Limn
Kttur Ja Mnkco forKnp.i tit 4 i in
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Ivvnlnul fur Ranut .it 5 uu
From Ban Krnnolco. rr ' k Allxjrt.
July T U K Turum, .Mr Morrc, Mtk W
White, Ml Kvii White, .Mrs Vnilglili, Mrs
Losdeu, Ml?s Uiwiti'ii (-', (Jjptnlii Dun
JAPANESE CUTTING SCRAPE.
two Men Bet Upon a Countryman
and Out His Ucnd
Th following i9 tho program of
r.iiia held .it Mnui nn .tnlr 4tli. aiiiI
A notice regarding tho Kalakaua , tho list of winners:
estate appears elsowiioro.
Y. Wilder won tho bicycle race at
Knhului on n "Cleveland."
Tho Rev. Mr. Uirviii will load tho
Y. M. C. A. mooting Smithy evening.
! See th nw thins, in tho advor-
t iseui.ont of Sing Loy's two big stores.
A notice to creditors of tho estntn
of tho lato .1. It. Lovojoy nppoars iu j
A notico to creditors of tho estate
of ,)ooph II. Lovojoy, deceased, up-
' pears in this paper.
Godfrey Drown, treasurer, an
nounces a five percent dividend ou
Dull Telephone Company.
I Tho Crescents ami Hawaii will
endeavor to knock each other out on
' the diamond this afternoon.
K. It. Staekahlo has boon appoint
ed secretary of tho Road Doaru vice
D.iruey Onluusteiu, resigned.
The nstts of the Atlas Assurance
Company aro SI 0,1 XV 1.000. II. Y.
Schmitlt A; Sons are tho agents.
1st Race "WILDER STEAMSHIP
COMPANY AND KAHU-,
i tti t r rrrtA w' '
Itlcycle Hneo. 1 Mile Da-h. Froe to
nil. Kntrunce koti.H0; Stowilt-r mnt
2 to Mart.
i Willie UT.ler ... I
i Sam. G. Wilder. . . i
I 2d Race "SPRECKELSVILLE"
Itunnlnp Unco. M Mile nnsh Free
, tor all ifawiillati Hred Horses.
ild Raeo-"VAIKAl'U" I'URSE,
ltm y. Mil Push Kri-o
(.oloVnlnnl . t
Oregon Hoy 3
Ith R.ice - " WAIIIER" I'URSE,
TtottltiR nd I'mMng to Hfltnejs.
for nil. Mllti Hints, lie st A In ft.
Silkv. It boat in 2:'A7; Nevada, 2d
heat '2:W, .'Id heat in 2::-., Jib
heat in 2:.'ll.
Mb Raco-"KULA" PURSE. fVl
Mies Ada .tones daughter of P. C.
.lone., wa married to Alutio Hart
ley, lute of t lie l. S. Navy, at New
ton, Mass, .Juno 12.
The ICuuawai anil Kawa'ahao
baseball teams played a inaieli game
this forenoon. The game ended Ka
waiahao 12, Kunawai 10.
Two urrests were made al Iviki-
linli. llilu nftitrlifV in f.ir an'ltiu Anil.
...V .... J ... ..v.. .. .. .... .,... ..,.. ... .. ....
iiiK. A large ouautity of tho stuff ' Cth Uaco "WAILUKU"
While Captain llookano was mak
ing his rounds betweeu 11 and 12
o'clock last night ho met two Japa
nese on Niiuanu street, hastening
towards ttiu l'olice Station, lie ac
costed lioin, asking what tho mat
tor was. Tho Japs were evidently
excited, aud all tho officer could
gather from them was that a was found on tle iremies
countryman oi tneirs had heeii
badly cut in a lodging house ou
Mauuakea street. The three hasten
ed to the house and found a Jap
named Toma Oka lying ou the lloor
iu a pool of blood. Ou examination
it was found that the man had two
cuts on tho top of the head, about
.iu inch deep respect ively, and
another gush across the right side
of tho face Oka was pill iu a hack
and convoyed to tho Station and
later to tho Queen's Hospital, where
ho is uow.
Captain llookano returned to the
houo to make inquiries, He fluallj
elicited tho information that tho
man had Ireeu assaulted by two
Japs, Yamainoto ami Honda, iu a
drunken brawl. The inhabitants of
the lodging house were not in tho
humor to give up the men, ami
dually the oillecr decided to hold
tho proprietor for investigation. Tho
inau was locked up and llookano
ri'cnnnoiloredulMut tho premises and
iouiiu lumumoio. uoiioa couui ...i .. i.ii...i i; i. ,i. ,i
not be found until early this morn-! ., '"' "V, netet b t v7,, u 1
lug, when tho police nro informed V.: n"' Jiti.,, l.f
ii,, i,u., ' ,..., ,, v,i: .Mens Chretien Association, has'
!n r, ? Ti .. : lK. I '" lianged to Drilo hull. Service !
ton. Doth men have leou charged I ,. -?., ,.., ... .,, i
with assault aud held, pending the H,ar,K "' :" ' vl' '" ,",,t
iccovery of Oka. It is iMdieved the a musical ami dramatic entertain- '
Injuries are not serious. nieut will h given by the pupils of
Trial has leeu sot for Wednesday St. Louis College ou Monday, July '
umtiu the District Court. As the KJ, nt 7:tM p. m., at th hall of the i
Jups aro endeavoring to shield tho ; College. Tickets for sale at the Col-1
prisoner!., it is hard to get any in-1 logo. Tie- program will appear next ,
foiinattou from them. Some say it week.
was a quurreloveradobt. and others , .. , ,,, , , , ,. ., ..
that it was simply a drunken brawl. ' WJ 'f " la,' ' r',,'k . l r'l,.t
The instrument with which the cut "" M lM'",1,, lnture-rti.il i" his
ling was done has not boon found. . V;s,n VI',r,,!!)?.,,,r":1 '" "IT", '"'J.'""
- the Circuit Court on Monday, Sop-
Bailor. Hooping Holiday. I l."m,,;,r 'l l ,,w """"J nH "" '
... niiwi.it. i.wi . ...i.ii-4 .... ...v
Itntinlii,! Hare. W
I'.ililo- U hnnd or
Ho St ii II.
Mile D.-li. for
midfr, to carrv
Qiiitia-Laiocho is a highly recom
mended tonic for sale by the llollis
ter Drug Co. If yoti are feeling un
der the weather, give it a trial.
There will probably be horseraces
ou Sept. 2. What's the matter with
the annual boat race between the
, llealaui aud Myrtle Imil clubs?
, .lames Dodd, having won the fifth
urie for the ht decorated build
ing ou the Knurl Ii, has turned the
iiiouov over to the American Relief
The department uas called out
for a fire at the top of Kmum st reel
this alteruoon. It proved to boa
rubbioh pile, which Portuguese were
Col. SoieT has nxiuiinil command
of the military to go back to his i
bookstore. Col. J. 11. Ttsher is now '
in command of the force under the
UuniiltiK Unci, w Mtlu suit lt-nt.
Free for nil lluwaliuii Uted llorrus.
Wlnlh-ld ... .'
7th Race-" QUEEN L1LIUOKA
LAN1" CUP PURSK,
IU .Mil- lluli Frro
8th Race-"CORlNTHIAN" RACE.
SILVER CUP, $75.
Ituunitii! Ilnne. 1 Mile I(jh. Fn- for
Ail lliiwailin Iir.il Hor?-. to In- ridden nt reels, in (. West's cottage,
lllhy ' I
om.'ii I,. . 'J
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Seventh Stiuday after Trinity. The
sorvicos of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will be as follows: 0:80 a. in., Holy
Communion, (Hanaiian); 11 a. in.,
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 8:30 p.
in., Evening Praver (Hawaiian); 7:80
p. in., Eveuiug Prayer and Sermon.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (Sunday) will bo as fol
lows: !):I5 a. m., "morning prayer
with sermon; Venite, Hird in D; To
Deum, Woodward iu E Hat; Done
dictus, Freetnantleiu Ellal;authom,
"Not unto us, O Lord," by Da ruby.
(S:80 p. in., Evensong with sermon;
Magnificat, Hayes in O; NuncDimil
tis, Gibbous iu E Hat. ttev. Alex.
Mackiutooh, pator. All are cordi
At 0 aud 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At il o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
10:80 High Mass with native and
' Portuguese instruction. 2 p. m.,
Kosary ami Catechism. I p. m., in
winter season (Novomler to Febru
ary), 1:80 p. m., in summer season
(I'uuriiarr to November), Donedic
tiou of the M. it. Sacrament. Week
ly Services 0 and 7 a. m Low
V. M. 0. A IIU.L
Services at Y. M. C. A. M!sion
Service at Drito Hall Saturday even- t
iug at 7:;t0 o'clock. Diblo Class iu '
Y. M. C. A. parlor, Sunday afternoon
at 8:80. Praise Service Sunday e oil
ing in Association Hall at 0:80. Ser
vices iu Oahu Jail, Sunday 1 1 o'clock.
Diblo class on Tuesday evening 7:80.
CENTIIAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 0:15 a. m. Ser
vices at 1 1 a.m. ami 7:80 p.m Young
People's Society of Christian En
deavor will meet at 0:80 p. in.
Rev. Mr. Pentose will preach in
Central Union Church morning aud
eveuiug. All are cordially invited
to all services.
The Reorganised Church of Jesus
Chril of Latter Day Saints, Mill
laid Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will be held Sunday as follows:
It) n. m., Itiiiie class; 11:10 a. m. ami
7:80 o. m., prcachinir. by Elder J.
SMEVTH l. AIWRNTISTS.
Sowmth Dav Ath enlist Church,
corner ruuchhowl anil lJ(rotania
Headquarters for White Goods
KT. S. S-A-OHCS'
Jamcn llcber Iiovnxan
of Shy Newer, 'x
Cured of Scrofula
Tho People will havo Hood's
Mr. Dorman'M rxperfrtire
"My boy. now n je.irs old, had Pcrofuta Id
one jo from tliotltnn hi was a latiyj dlsehars
hit nil tli time. 01 late wo h.ne brrn Kit In
htm Home f.iManntlll.i, nnM it lus ilono nil
tli it m-'dii'lne ran lo. TI.e Srrufm.i has ilwii"
pearel, an. I hd e) U lirali-il '.p mill rll. t
fully bflleto Hood's SarAfarllli U tho belt
rnHlolne In the mnrkrt. t her p n fftiTat store,
Ainl It Ii not n tilrk tn sell HimmIS nirnap.irillii
(or tlii iTtl) lll hate u t "ll tnoto of
It(xir tatvp-irilli linli nl. Miti.'r MP'llctntj
toftpth'r nd ttio itoro houM nut he cnmpleU
Hood's ss. Cures
wlttvmt IL My ntf h to b"n rntlrely
entri' t f, r ifnln y tU-t r- ipi li a and t
uni hc.ir'l'y th'inkiiil for rht it l.a- ili.ns for
m" .li.us Oor.MAS.Miy nao-r ra.
HOOO'S PlLLU 'I" tttif "HiiMf I'llli,
u.ut4 (i.Uoo, ui lutdOii. Tifttut JJo.
UtlllltON. .NKW.MAN ,t i'O..
A;viits for UuwulUn tr'Atnts.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
m.MNSOOKS In Plnln, Stritd, Cherts and Plslds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. UllADKS AND tMIHKS,
IWMITIKS In HtrltM-d, flicokf, I'lnlds stid llslt l.tn-t
IXIJU I.INO.VS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND Ki'KU.
I.MMBNHK VAltlKTy OK
WHITE . G-OODS
-A.N KNIII.KSS VAUIKTV OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES I
MIIUol HK.lt Y KUolVoS in dwl N'nltxe-ik and HnintmrK
All Widths with tnortlni to Mulch.
AlI-uTor Embrolderr, Embroidory Flounces and Demi Flonace
Laoes of Every Description in All Widths
bath school, 1:80; social meeting af-
liool. Diblo reading
o oiling. Everyone
Ml. Raco-"TROTTING and PAC
INii RACE PURSE,
i Mllu Ili'.it- ix-Kt 1 iii .1 U tmrrn.--".
Kfiu to nil horc not IiiivIiik m re
cord of 'i'.M or hvttvr.
Unit lc I
l.lidu John. -'
Hurt Lee, 1st ami '2d heats iu '2:l'.l
Kith Race "KAHL'LUI' I'URSE.
Thoughtless or Unkind -"Here,"
said tho very young mail, "is a cha
meleon." "Oh, Mr Callow," she ex
claimed, "this is very kind of vou; I
shall take uood i aro of it." "1 hope
you will keep it to remind you of
i me." "I shall take the greatest
, pleasure iu doing so," And after a
jaiii she added, "What a pity it
doesn't, stay green all the time."
Itillinliiu Hurt-. I Mile I'mli
(or ull Iliiwiillan Unci llorvei
Mmli II. .
a Kill. I, al t'j'i.t
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL HEKTINO.
Quuen Emma Uomcotead to tin Ho-novated.
Tho crow of tho steamer W. G.
Hall were given a holiday to-day. I
and ate being entertained by Frank
Harvey al his residence, Italilii, with
a grain) luau. The men have b.'on
working like betvers the lut two
trips, aud even worked on July I.
Mr. Harvey, agent for tho 1. I. S. N.
Co., appreciated their work, and yes
terday asked Captain Godfrey that
tho men bo given a holiday. 'I he re
ijuest was granted and two of Smith's
busses conveyed them to thogrouuds
this forenoon, Tho boys wore bind;
trousers aud red blouses.
La-t June, Dick Crawford brought
his twelve mouths old child, Miller
tug from infantile diarrluea, to me.
It had neon wenued at lour mouths
sale of real estate.
I A special mooting of the trustees'
.if l hi. Oiiiuiii'ii Ifnmiitiil ivns held in
.several big liros were started m j t, ( ,mber of Commerce at 10:80 '
the Kiililii alley by Porliigue-e t viook this morning. The matlur
residents last night. I lie lires were : f amending by-laws came uji and
started to burn out the inougoo-e 1 1,( in adoption of the draft was
which had been doing considerable postponed until tho regular meeting .
damage to poultry iu the vicinity. ,, . .i, in September. The only
The bla.e nt art led timid people. (u,r turtttsT which came up before '
ThoJaoanco laborers at Ewahav,. I'"' "r"!'"?. r...,"l'T,",K..V.' i
I....... irii. n ft .hi v K. d.ii. m.il nr. . l"" '""' '"" "''' " "
colebratitiL' (hi occasion with uit
door spuris. A tioiacumeui ot tne
Hawaiian National li.nul has gone
down to help celebrate the event.
A number of people hao alio gone
down ou the train to m'o the sports.
Tho bark Albert arrived this after
noon, l.l tiavs irotti s.'in ! ranciM'o.
old and being sickly everything ran Capiuiu Gri'HIths. the popular skip
through ll like wutur through a
sieve. I gave it thu usual treatment
iu such cifos but without hoiiclii.
Tho child keot growing thinner un
til it weighed but little more than
when born, or perhaps tun pounds
1 then started the father to giving
Chfimhurlaiu'i- Colic, Cholera and
Dinrrhrea Remedy. ISeforo one hot
tie of the 25 cent si.e hnd boon tiocd,
a marked improvement was i-eon and
its continued use cured the child.
Ith weakness ami puny constitution
disappeared ami it father ami my
km If heliout the ohild's life win. saved
by this Remedy. J. T Maiimivv, XI.
D., Tamaroa, 111. For sale hy all
dealers, Denson, Smith A; Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
per, Drought a uooiny unmoor oi
iwsougord. .Mr iteeti, wim was
fourth mate on the S.S. China when
she went on the reef nlT port, is now
mate ou lh Albeit Welcome Grif.
August C. Hatiau, late ea-hiur of
the American Etohaugo National
Doik of New York, anil C. E. liar
i leilomew, dopoiilor, w ho ouiho..lcd
;tl),iiiKI from the institution, have
been sentenced at New Vorktoseveu
aud five yearn iu the penitentiary res
oeciivcly. Hagau wa- taken thiough
lore Mime time ago from nyduey
J A. Gonsalves, photographer,
got some kiioiI pictures of tie Pro
emulation of the iioiuililic.
corner of uorotatna ami Miuaiiu
streets. 1 1 was decided to put the
premises in thorough repair. This
was considered nocosary, as the
place was going to rack and ruin.
I'lii) t rites and shrubs have nut been
properly cared for and the place is
in a rather dilapidated condition
At Iitdepondutico Park
A delightful social and dance was
given iu the new pavilion al luile
puuileiice Park, on King and Sheri
dan streets, yesterday evening, as a
farewell to .Mrs. Ella Hardy, who
loaves ou Monday for Molokai and
eventually her home in Hilo, Hawaii.
Thu lime was got up by relatives of
the departing guest iu conjunction
with tho "Lei Ilima Club." The
Quintet club furnished music, and
dancing was kept up until after mid
night. Refreshments were abundant
and of fine ipiality. A generally de
lightful lime was enjoyed.
Ami pn-iin more en Hi.- mty
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
n ? no 2a
' Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Etc.. E3to, Etc.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
Frenoh Kici 51io at 32.25
Wi; jin- now i.ffrring tlio lnt-t value in town
iu Liiilius', CliiliJifir.s ami (.tent's Fast I (lack
Hosiery .J usl received a new ntoek of
Diuiitys in (.'olnred ami White M tilitm,
Lawn.x, etc. If yon are in need of pretty
Wash Materials ami Laee- to trim them,
call on It. V. KIILHUS vV: (J( ). We still
nave a inn line oi iniies it tiip n-c
Jeaness Miller Waists. Our Uouhle
Waists for Children, all aj;cs, in lijiht
uier ami heavy weight are uiieeelleil.
H 5s 7.
i-i 5. : - r
III M'l'AXU STItKKT.
II. Ifl.llllllll!. 111 111...
ii- jii'iitiniii.. in tfim .. t r ,- i i
Preslil.tnt !)..!., i. ,... ivhih. r...i.linf ''l"' ,mn l1 h,'H""rg, wa
, " ,"T" i,, . i . ' lh document, nud in another listen-
An artist, who fre(,.o,ite(K arl le s , inf.l))Mr K(,lia ,a,i,IK u j u(l
house, painted a picture of linn in t vvn,i,u,. Most of the Contention
his dressing gown smoking a U , ,,or.s come out well, and iu one
bj the fimMtle, and Mrs. Carly ; m l(ll, ,,tj f .,.-,lliM" editor is
au ortnehair sitting opposite him. seen allixed to a pillar.
The picture was hung at one of the
Royal Academy's exhibition, and,
though not a striking work of art,
An item in Thursday's issue gave
two residents ot .Niiuanu, Inttweon
was purchased by Lord Ashburlon j King and School streets, the oelu-
Carlyle's friend - for t'JiUO. The niv credit of displaving American
delighted artist hurried off to the , flags iu that soot ion on the Fourth.,
Cariyles, expecting congratulations i According to information much r
on the sale, and t-oinu manifestation coiv.-tl, several residents there had
of peaure on their part al having their houses handsomely decorated
such a value set ou a picture of with American Ihu-'s and tie- item
ihoiUbclvcs and their domei-tic ii.te- i although received in good faith has
rior. Ho delivered his glad tidings, j therefore done them urn.- injustice
but all the response he received which i- now, so far a- possible,
from Carlyln was: "Well, in my
opinion, live hundred pounds was
just four bundled and ninety live
pounds too much."
t Chamberlain' is the best ol all
Vincent J ll.irkl, of D.tuburj., Iowa,
has used Chamberlain's Cough Item
ed) whenever iu need of a medicine
for coughs ami ood, for tho pal
live years and sav: "It alwnjs helps
me out If anyone asks me what
kltlll Of COIIgll llleilicilie I use, o
ply, Cliaiubei Iain's, that is the best
of all. 'Jfi and nlle. boltloi for Mile
by all doaleirt. Doiuou, Smith
Co., AgoiiU for the ilawaliuii Ul-audi.
A hori-o kicked II. .. Shaefor, of
the I'roeinvor House, .Muldleburg,
N. V, ou I lie liuoe, which laid him
lip III bed ami fllf-ed the kuce joint
to bee. Hue still. A friend recom '
mended him to ii." t hambirlaiu's
Pain Diibii, tvhich he del, and m uvo
il.ty s was alile to he around XI i
SlilO-fer litis n'Oointlieieted ll Iii
mail) others and sa)stt is excellent
for any kind of a hruio or spra u
This same teiiiedy is also famous for
'its cures of iheuuiiitisiii. I '"or sale
by all dealer'', llousou. Smith
Herman Spree, first mate of the
the recent arrival of that vosmI in
Loudon from Sau Francisco, arrest
ed for the minder of a sailor named
Charles Peterson ) the voyage.
According to tho ntory told by shipmate-,
the victim of tho crime was
horribly maltreated before receiving
I he finishing outrage, which con
sisted iu being hung by the waist,
with head ami feel drooping, lashed
to the mainmast.
V II. Nelson, who is iu the drug
buines at Ivingville, XIo., has mi
much ooiifulouco iu Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrluea Rem
oily that he warrants every bottle
and oll'eis to refund money to any
customer who is not satisfied after
using it .Mr Nelson takes no risk
iu doing Ibis because the remedy N
a certain cure for the disease for
which it is intended and he knows
it It is (or sale by ail dealers, Don
son, Smith A: Co. Agents for tlu
Dollar Map oi Honolulu
iron as OUINTS
A nut lit r 1'it'ttn'n for
the "'lnth,,il" II'.
Il'llo tH'UUIM tt III lit
Kahiil ni, Maui, un
thr ith Jtthi
sSlarrj Mkhciiant Tailoil.
9 5-4 mi FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
Spftil, littnity. Light
mux uni! Stn iiijth
NKW H'ltM'K OK
Just Uim'oivimI !
Goodn, LnwiiH, Etc.. Ett:.. Et.o
Qonts Furnishings of Every Desoriptiun
I'nriittr Kiii).' A SiitiHtiii hts
Kutt. Wuiiks SluiiBKi'f
hd Finest oi Wines & Liquors
Billiard Ac Rmuliug Room
Temple of Fashion
518 E'ort. Street
.Viilil Unillli illl II I
fUKk TO I'AfK'ISH
I'lMIKKKNKKI KI'l. A-i'LV4
1 iiisle-ii ll i .it Nil Din j'.ViiS
4 (liinlun Un sii'.' ll Js,Jl
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
FOR ON'IC WI'.KK to make tuoiu for New-(ioods to nrnve
)er S S Australia
Clothing, Large Assortment of
riannolettes, In yard
lllU'M-. AM i i.i I Al
h.ll.i, lluiiiiliilu A'
ull iiri'lni-e-, nt nl
Jllh m WHh
Illl limitit Mi'iiniiT VV U Hull
NOTIOK OK BAI.B
i I VlhlKI nSTIIK -.r -,
Ml!. II. ttl'M' WIsllK.s 1 HIVK .'V llemli emln't.inli- PV'.'Tiyli,
it . t.i In- iniiriiii- I lint lie Im- till iiiurii.r let iiiih or two sue if(, 'ASeoH,
,l,l milium Ills I llilllli!" Muilllfiirliirv lllnl i Cle liflUllllU-U, lieln Hi- Uiflt't2
Ladies' Underwear, Y
Largo line of Woolens ii.'ie
Drow n and bile ( 'ottoiis, from S to 20 varils. ?l tH) nor niece.
Auinkeag iiiughams, V vatds for$l.l0. tSeiits'aud L.-elles' It-ithim: mhu
Silks. Sat ins. Merges, Lawn and Dross lioml- of evorv doscriptioti
3VE. O. SILVA, Proprietor.
NICE THINGS FOR THF. TABLE!
AM VOHW (ilv'OCKK KOK
till' L-lie I Uill nl llli ImI.IIu'I. Ill Mil V. W
WIUHIII. Mr Wi-I ihnh-mI ilei.lrei nil
M I'li-t'iiiii r- tu I'liiiilnim llo'ir atroiei,;e
ut tin- oi'l hlunil itli Mr Wrlu'ii
ll.ei'il .1 tin. Mi 1-0
NOTICK OK l'UKQHAHU
tiniiiil', ImiIiIiii' Im-iHlli- ireisl I'l.rjiu-n
lll.'Vl it hi i M' I l s ul-1 Ii I
imi iii. i r.r
I limn.!' iiinl
Co., Ageuls for
I lie lltHuiUn Id-
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IIiiiiii lulu', mi l miii Mill ii'i I'lvn in
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ull tliekiKH'U iiinl ilituiii'u. Hie ri'K'il'ir
pneu el iliu Map U II. 1'IiHcouju, Urt
vurvu'l. I'hs lanply t lliallvJ.
wim. inn on r on i m: m si-
in -- ul il.c Iluii'iliilii I'urrliui Miiiiu.
tin n' I .1.' in i.i iiivi' lie IH ' tu ull in
en i inn r- On' i ii-Ihiiii'i-. nl II el iiinl
iii. m .-r.i I . i it i. iinii I u ill eurrv mi ili
Ini-iii. mull 't I In' -mm' iiiiini' mi'l nt tin-
nlil tliiiul mi I uri u.i'i in I nlsv llut.'l.
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Ualeii lluiiglulu, Jtitiu 3i, Itul,
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MIm In Nii'iHiiii viillet i iiii-ii' tne I'ui'ii.i
VMlii") ruii'l. huvi'lilj fi'i'l nls.Vi' i-i level.
't'ru incurs ii-m tlie i;iili'ii. Tor (itirlli I'liir
l'IMUlri' nil lilt' pli iiiKi'i iii i I ll Mls
Mcri'liHIil si rt'.'t ii)i.liilii) lll-li.i I. in.
.11 i'di.l uj t!u in mil no I V i. .,,,,
proeinlv rttf'd .0 Unr il nl id
C..v This (Irtiid will alwajs 1)3 lomiJ Hclldbla mid Good Ydlue.
Mltolill X. Prttflfnort Oohhi A.--nt.M
k26 Ouuts will buy Dovo'ij lInp of Iltmolulu.