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FItlDAY, JULY 20, 1894
FatnAt, July 20.
Btnir James Makee from Kauai
Fridat. July 20.
Bttnr W O Hall (or Maul and Hawaii at 10
Veaaela Leaving To-morrow.
8 8 Australia. Hondlotle, for San Fran
cisco at 12 noon
From Kanal. twr stmr James Makec.
July J Mlas A U Hailley ana 10 den
Kauai, per stmr James
-MIm A O Hadlev
ror Maul and Hawaii. ner atmr V O
Mrs Will and famllv,
Hall. July 20 Volcano i Mini Marieda and
aid, J J Slater. Jndgo Frear and wife.
Mr (Jollier, Her Mr HorjMi,
nd family. Mrs f.lno and chtl-
dron, W A Wall, O Stoeck'e F 8 Dodge, V
E Wall, Mlsra Marques. Mis Mcinccke,
Mls Kmma Yato, Mini Ma y Kablan, Mls
Annie Htratemeycr, J Morre, Chas Krlck
fon, J H Walputlanl, J W Kelllkoa. Mix
rearle, Ooo Itlohardson, Mr Dins, Count
lllsmarck, 1' 1'erklus, and SO deck.
CRICKETERS AT DINNER.
Members of the Honolulu Olub and
Yoatnrday nroniug tho Honolulu
Cricket Club held a dinner party at
thu Arlington hotl. Covers were
laid for nearly forty, but there were
a lew vacant cinalra. Jtv v. a. nil
cat presided at tho head of tlio
table. An elaborato menu of well
cooked courses was served.. It was
attacked in a cheerful wood by all.
When it came to "plum duff," coffin
and cigars, a series of volunteer
toasts was given. Those called on
to respond or who msde speoches in
proposing them, were: Lieut. Gib
lions of II U. M. S. Champion, Presi
dent Kileat. W. H. Uiekard, Vice
President M. Drasch, Secretary K.
L. Auerbaeh, L. J. Levey, D. Logan,
Arthur Harrison, H. Aruiilaio,Tlos.
right, Dr. lugs, Hubert Llabuinn,
Thos. Lishman (Captain), V. L.
Htauley, F. 11. Auerbaeh, M. I'hillips
aud W. H. Pain.
Dr. Ings sang a song composed
for tho occasion, having several hits
on the gamo.
Kolxsrt Lishman aud V. II. Hick
ard were made honorary members
Much was raid tending to stimu
late interest in the gamo. Mr.
Wright said other games had their
rise aud their fall, but cricket was
as strong to-day as it was thirty
Superintendent l'nin of the Tram
ways and V. H. Hooga had hot
words this afternoon, over a load of
brick dumped on tho track at Allen
Si Robinson's new building, delay
ing tho Valley cars both ways 20
Ah Kul pleaded guilty to having
opium unlawfully in possession be
fore the District Magistrate this
morning. Kul will spend one mouth
on tho roof.
J. J. EO&XT
614 Fort Street.
In order to muke room for
an immense new btock of Dry
and Fancy Goods, Millinery,
Gents' Furnishings and Hoy's
Clothing, which will arrive
shortly, I shall on Monday,
July 2!Jd, begin n grand clear
ance sale. Our prices will
positively ho ho low that you
will be ashamed to look else
where. There are plenty of
ludies in Honolulu who do not
wear silk dresses on account
of the hard times. But we
have some special patterns
thut we are offering at greatly
reduced prices to make shelf
LOOAIi AND GENERAL WKWB
Jas. F. Morgan will hold an un
derwriter's salo of damaged raw
sugar at 12 o'clock to-morrow.
G. Stoeckie, the phonograph man.
left on the W. G. Hall this morning
for Kau, Hawaii, where ho will ex
hibit his talking machine.
Mr. Leo Coopor, elocutionist, will
leave for tho Coast by to-morrow's
steamer. Ho has made many friends
here and takon great pleasure in his
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25 and
GO cents per night ; tl aud f 1.25 per
Tho public band will give a con
cert at the Hawaiian Hotel this even
ing, complimentary to outgoing pas.
sengers by tho S. S. Australia to
morrow. Remember that on ovory bar of
Hawaiian Soap is stamped tho nnuio
of the company in full, Honolulu
Soap Works Co. Tako no other.
M. W. McC'hesnev & Sons, Ageuts.
Tho new Hawaiian Hepublln is to
lx) blamed that soap dropped 10 per
cent and the prieo of the very best
quality of a case of lUOlb., honest
weight, is now only fl.oO, and in
stead of 15 bars before you got now
17 for $1.25. But it does not nlToct
soft soap, as the price is the same
4211)9. in a tin, SI 23 por tin. N.
SHOT IN THE THIGH,
Tragic Ootcome of the Alltfrd Bass
Pitcher Wood Charges Arthur White with
Shooting tnd Belting Him,
Capture of Small Quantities of Opium
and Two Chinaman at the long
By Jas. F. Morgan.
J. Thompson and D. Jones return
ed from a tour on the island on
horseback this morning. They "tim
ed from town on Monday morning,
reaching Waianao tho same day.
From thero they went to Mokuleia.
Kahuku, Waiahule, Waiiuatialo ami
around Diamond Head to Waikiki
aud town. With the exception of a
ruddier complexion, both fool benefited.
W. II. Aldrieh, thirty days ajjo im
prisoued for contempt of Court, was
reloaded this morning, his sentonce
having expired. Mr. Aldrieh was
kindly gifoted by his friends, with
whom he Is spending tho day. He
says he had a glorious time whllo in
prison, lie nau ins eignreue aun
any amount of novels to read, and.
as he had nothing to do, tlmopasod
oil pleasantly. Mr. Aldrleli on ovi
doutly prolUt'U by his retirement, as
he looks well. This information is
not all from "headquarters."
NOVEL OUTDOOR 8P0KT.
room for our new
When ladies want society
items they look in the society
or local columns. When they
want bargains they read the
advertisements For those
who don't wish silk we have
Serges in endless variety.
Our Hosiery Department will
Biitisfy the most fastidious,
and some of our Laces are
simply beautitul and at less
than reasonable prices; and
our Kihbons are well, what's
the use of going further?
A call at our placo of bui
ncss, G14 Fort btreet, will
convince you. I would be
pleased to have you read this
"ad" next week, as 1 intend
quoting you somo prici s on
Dress Goods, both Silk and
Serge, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, etc, that will make
you think 1 am constantly
beating tin Custom House,
but a vii-.it will convince the
most skeptical that the cheap
est place in Honolulu to trade
at is J. J. ISoan's, at nil
Paper Ohaao of Hare and Uounds
by Young Athtetaa.
The paper chase of the Amateur
Athletic Club yesterday evening was
a successiui one. me uares wore
I'riuco Cupid and .1. Spencer, and
the eaotaiu of the bounds, V. Proa-
tidge. The hares started from the
corner of King and Fort street at
7:21 o'clock and wore followed by
tho hounds at 7:'M o'clock. Tho
hares took the following route:
From King to Llkelike, ui Like
like to Beret aula, through English
church yard, Emma Square aud
Wodehouso lane mid Emma street,
through yards to Punchbowl, up
Miller street to iiitiau ami Aiapat to
Borotania; along Deretania to Aole
lane, down to Printers lane aud
through yards, over fences to Punch
bowl, down and out King, up Alnpai,
out Young, around Thomas Souare,
down Klug street, through Kauoa
yard to Magoouville, all through the
town of Mugoonville, zigzag aud out
to South and through more taro
patches, etc., and out on Punch
bowl; through Angus yard out on
Queeu, down Alakea, round water
f rout, up Fort, along Qucoti, through
Fishmatkot lane to King street, up
to Hotel, along Maunakea to lioro
tnuia to Nuuanu, down Kukui lane,
ICukid street to Fort, up Fort to
School, from School to Emma, whitr
the trail ended aud the boys made
their ruu for home. The hares wero
I hour and 10 minutes and tho
hounds 12 minutes behind. Owing
to the strong winds prevailing tho
trail was blown around and the
hounds lost time In locating it. The
following were thu hounds:
Louis Singer, whipper, on horse
back: V. Prestldge, leader with
horn; T. Price, W. Lvle, J. Hichurd
on, J. Wright, W. Bolster, T. While,
aud H. Hapa', all of tho Amateur
Athletic Club; aud H. Smith, II.
Knight, L. Boorniont, E. McCand
less, Geo. Wood, N. Jnckoon, W.
Vida, D. Koii, M. Jacobs, L. Gom
pher, J. Lance, W Smith aud a num
ber of others.
George Wood, tho negro pitcher
of tho Crescents, was snot in tho
thigh of the right leg by Arthur
Whito last night at Waikiki. Ac
cording to Wood's story he had been
one of tho bounds in the paper
chaso, and after running for somo
time he tired and started to go to
his homo on Emma street, on tho
mauka side of tho premises formerly
occupiod by Major Wodehouso. Bri
tish Minister. As he was walking
aloug Emma street be was met by
Arthur Whito and Willie Wilder
coming in the opposite direction in
a buL'irr. Thor had been to Wood's
honeo and found him absent. White .
asked Wood to get in tho buggy I
aud go out to Waikiki with thorn.
The bor refused, when White iuruu-
ed out and, drawing a revolver,
pointed It at Wood's brast.
White said, "If you dou't come,
Wood, I'll blow your brains outl"
Not kuowiug what else to do Wood
got iuto thu buggy and tho party
drove off, tho route taken bolntf
Beretania sticet to tho Kamoillili
road, and around tho Kapiolani
Iiark road on to King street. Tho
itiggy was halted at tho Lemon pro
mises, wuere unite owns a coltago.
Tlioy alighted and Wood was asked
to go iuto tho house. Ho refused
aud made a break to get away from
Whito, when tho latter drew his
pistol and fired, the ball outoring
Wood's thlgu as stated.
Whito then took tho boy Into tho
house and cowhlded him. Wood
bcariug tho marks of an apparently
vicious assault on his back to-day.
Some parts of his back am raw. lie
was then allowed to go. He mau
aged to uiako his way to thu tram
way terminus, whore he caught thu
last car iuto town.
Wood told tho Portuguese car
conductor that ho had beou shot.
Arriving at tho cornor of Alakea
street tho conductor hoi pod him
out, and, with ouo of tho conduc
tor's arms around his noek, Wood
limned to his homo on Emmastroet.
The Portuguese pulled tho shoo off
the sufferer's right leg and Wood
went to bed. In tho same yard in
another coltago lived Police Otlicer
David Nahoolewa, but Wood never
notified him or complained to any
body. Ho was ono of tho oarllest to
arise this morning aud, although he
saw the officer, ho would not tell
him of his misadvouturo. His
trousers where ho was shot were
thick with blood.
The first uorsou mado acquainted
with the affair was Mrs. Nahoolewa
and she in turn iuformed her hus
band, who had tho boy taken to tho
Police Station. Tho story was givon
as above, and a warrant was mado
out for Arthur White's arrest. At
11 o'clock this morning Wood was
taken to the Queen's Hospital to
have the bullet extracted from bit
A warrant was sorvod by Captain
Lnugley on Arthur Whito at 11
o'clock. Shortly aftor ho was re
leased on a bond filed by E. Hop
kins, White's partuur iu tho Arling
ton Billiard Parlors busiuess. Whito
has retained Paul Neumann as coun
sel. Ho was seen by a Bulllti.n re
porter and, in ropoue to a query
for his side of the affair. Whito said
that everything was now to him,
and he had nothing to say further.
The case will come up in the Dis
trict Court at 9:!M) o'clock to mor
Two Chinamen, Ah Kau aud Hang
Fook, wore found guilty in the Dis
trict Court this morning of selling
opium on July 12 in the notorious
Tong Hing Society building on Bere
tania street. Captain Andrews, an
other officer and several informers
visited tho place in the night. Tho
informers were sent in with marked
I money to purchase the stuff. This
I they did, with the result that the
, defendants were arrested and small
quantities oi opium iounn in me
room. One half-pound tin , which
ono of the men claimed was his .
property, was found under the bed.
On the way to the Station tho de
fendants tried to lose the marked
money by dropping it, but the noise ;
was overboard by tno omcers. iacu
of defendants was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for two
mouths aud to pay a fine of $500. J.
M. Davidson appeared for defend
ants. Opium is lit orally a drug on the
market nowadays, it being obtainod
Headquarters for White Goods
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will netl st Piihllc Auction, st mv Sales
room (Jnoen Htrset, for sccmnt of whom
It may concern, dam ecd by wafer at tlie
fire Jaiy 14th on the b-plsnsde.
Lot 1, 2, 3, 4.
38 Saolcs Sugar.
Tma Cash la 0. S. Oola Cola.
KT. S. SACKS'
in auv quantity notwithstanding tho
alertness of the city frout pooplo.
Where does it all como fromt That's
THE BASEBALL BRIBERY.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontlon
Foreclose and of Sate.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
MAINBDOK8 Id Plain, Striped, Checks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OKADE3 AND HKICKH.
DIMITIES In Btrlped, Cheoki, I'lalds and Half Uu
INDIA I.INON8, BATISTE AND COTTON CHAPK8
I COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND Ki'rlU
IMMKNRB VAIUBTY OK
AN RNDI.KHH VA1HETY OK-
oriCR ISllKitEllY OIVBN THAT'
rmraiiant to a lower of cnle contain
ed In a certnln mortgage bcarlm; lnto the I
ynu asy oi rporuary. a. u. ltm, inane dv i
The Creacenta Bealgn But the Die
cuaaion la Deforred One Weak.
Tho Hawaii Baseball Leaguo held
a special uiootiug iu W. F. Allen's
olllce to hear the report of tho com
mittee apH)liileu to investigate into
thu bribery of George Wood of the
Crescent team, iu the baseball game
on Saturday last. Delegate Ander
son of thu Kamehameha nine read
thu report. It contained tho state
ment that after deliberate investiga
tion aud duo consideration tho com
mittee had como to thu conclusion
that Wood had been bribed, but by
whom it was not ascertained. But
notwithstanding this conclusion
they decided not to declare the ,
gamo off, but to count it as played.
Thu motion to count tho gamo was ,
put ami carrieu, ouiy one uisseni-1 hi
lug uaptatu Augus oi tno ures-
Biirah A. Hwlnton ami tier lmliaml It
UIi!.im f IIahhI.iIiI fat&M.l .f flali.
OfTiiifci.il ui iiuuimiii., ircim i viiiiit,
Hnwallsn Islands, Iu I eter V. Jono. of Mild i
Honolulu, of record In the ulllco of tin ...
Itculsirnr of Conveyances In Liber IX! page AII-OV89
l and for the breach of CMidltlotis 111 nM I
inorfRairc deed remained, to wit! nou-i.iy- I
meiitnt principal and Interest when due, ,
the mnrtpngcM intend to forccloo.
Notice N hIio uIvpii tliat all thn land And
proerty described In tho Mild mortgage
w III be void at public suction at the miction
rooms of Jniues K, Morgan on tt.V't'Ult-
HAY, July Vlat, A. U. IS'.'l, at IZ O'CIOCK
The property to be sold la decrlbed a
follow: All of thote prendre!), together
with tho Improvements thereon, situated
on the slope of Punchbowl In said Hono
lulu, being lot No. 47.1 on thn Ooveriiinenl
mnpof vald locality, and being the same
premises described In Itoyal I'nteutUrnnt
No. 3.VJI, containing an area of Il,'2j0
gW Purchase price ptynM In U. 8. '
Oold Colli. Conveyance at purclmter's i
Dated Honolulu, June 1, 1801.
P. O. JUNES.
lly his attorneys, Curler A 'art r. ,
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMHKOIOKItY EDOINOH In Hwlsi. Nainsook and Hamburg It,
All Widths with Inserting to Matoh.
BabroMenr, Eabroidflr FlonacM u4 Demi Flmiarm.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
ceuts. Captain Augus then prosout
ed a type writtou communication
from thu members of tho nino tender
ing thoir resignation from tho league.
They held that justice was uot beiug
metod out to them, aud this action
of tho league would establish a bad
precedent. Tho Kamehameha repre
sentatives admitted thai pitcher
Wood had been bribed, aud conse
quently mado the toatn inofllclent.
They declared tho gamu should bo
called oil. Ou tho motion of W. F.
Allou tho consideration of tho reso
lution was put oif uutil next meet-
tug, probably tu a wook.
S. K. Aid has takou his loud-talking
phonograph to Koua, Hawaii,
where it will bo exhibited.
Mrs. Cornwell gave a brilliant en
terlaiumeiit nt her residence last
night. It was a reception to Mrs.
Mesifk of Sacramento, an oldlime
friend of thu hohtess ami a former
visitor to tho islands. About two
hundred society folk were preseut.
Among the guests wero Mr. Willis,
U. a, Miulster, mid wire, jresliloui
aud Mrs. Dole, members of the Cabi
uot and their wives, foreign diplo
matic and consular representatives.
Musio was furnished by the Hawai
ian Quintet Olub.
F. S. Dodge of the Government
Survey left on the hteamur W. O.
Hall this morning for Hawaii. Mr.
Dodge's mission is to make an ex
amination of tho roads in the differ
ent districts of that island, and re
port upou plans for opening new
roads and improving old onus. Many
complaints hare been made of their
tioor condition, the ino.it recent ones
being by Honolulu people who havu
liei'ii paying Ivoua and Kuu districts
a flylug visit.
Tho Dank tichttinn.
This column will ho devoted
in (hi! future to the intercHtH
of the ludicH. B. F. Eiii.Kits
& Co. will kiu'p you pouted
on what it going ou uot only
in Hoeh'tv generally but nt our
store. You nro nil lovern of
bargains and know pretty wrll
where to get them and yet it's
hard to keep track of all of
them. U'h our intention to
let you know when thi'y can
be found and whenever a new
piece of goods reaches this
market. If it was not for
this article you would not
know that we had received
four cases of Hosiery, bought
for spot cash and which we
are opening for Bale this week
at prices you never dreamt of
j before. It will pay you to
1 lay in a few pairs, along with
' those Jersey Ribbed Vesta.
Nothing nearer ever was
worn ; they set the whole
form off. We know you
won't believe it when wo say
Household -: Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT 10 O'CLOUK A. M
I am liednirted byMn.Ki.PH It. POH
TKH to disport of
Tho t Satire t Household : Furnituro,
At his Knsldenee, Nmiaim street (adjoin
ing Mrs. Atutig), connlxtlnK of
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard !
Wblta and llrovrn Wicker Table, Chair,
1 ouiiu-ii and Mocker.
"until ak Chairs. KaneN, Palntlngi.
l)KertadlandTurkMi I'raytir Kiik.
Hear, teal and Coyote ItiiK.
Pairs Doltoo and Dresden Yases.
Carved Oak Kxtnlon Dlnlnj? Table, 11 ft.
Carved Uak Dlnlug-room Chan a.
Janexe Tea Seta, Dinner Seta.
Silver Warn and Table Wars.
Heavy Oak lledrooni Sets.
II. VV. Matbletop lledrooui SoIh,
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
Frenoh Kid S51ioe ett $a.S6.
111 NUUANU STREET.
M KKCUANT TAI LOK.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW STOCK OK
McNeill ft Urbin Sife. New Model Binge. JGarillllMWH 1111(1 Soi'gUH .1 U8l lieiVMt I
UTJXTS PRCM 1 UP
Dry Quods. Fanoy Quods, Lawns, Etc., Eto Uui
1 Horse, Phtetoi It Harness. I Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Mirror Front Black Walnut Wardrobss.
Che irnlnr'. Hall Bland.
Whim Hair .Mitl'reHr, Krather I'lllow.
lUw Hllk Curtalnt and I'olen
Hri ll'ditcad, Moxiulto Net.
ItefrlKoratnr, Meat Safe, Iwn Mower.
Oardcn TtMtU Marbletoi (lurden Table,
Ijtwn Chalra and hetteen.
I'ota of Kcrn and l'luntn.
Firewood and Coal, Kt.-., Etc.
MM" The attention of lionvolinlderii l
callvd to the u'x'Ve luentluntu b'nrnlttirr,
which la new and of the mot exHinlve
and ornamental kind, Homo opeicd for
luptctlnon Tutday, July Vilth, from IU
a, m to 4 v. M.
Baveral Probate Mattra Heard at
Beforo Ju'Il'o Whitine, th fiual
aucount of W. O. Smith, Administra
tor of tin estnto of Mrs. M E. Sknr
rntt. (l(:oaoil, was pi)ruvnd and bin
disi'liaro Kraulfd upon Clini,' of ru
ooipt. Thuru is a csbIj balam.-o of
Tho annual nccouut of Itruco
CartwriKbt, adtniniatrator of thu os
tato of tho latu It. W. ilolt, bIkiwIiik
roioiptaof $22,220,70 and paymouts
tif $18,031.07, baa Imd roforrod to
llonry Smith, master, for oiamiua
tiou aud ronort.
iio auuuai aocouDi or w. u. that tho "AiiHti'ulw" brought
Smith, h'nurdiau of throw Hamuuku y
minora, sbowinir a balance din him IH the nivttlcst Drcns I llt-
of $210 10, waa found corruet. j u.pH wu CVH. mdf ,, ft )inc
Paradiaa of the Pacific. ' of Cotton Cl'cpi'S that (lll,.lu
ti... pri.,iu.. nf h... p.,.tn,i i. n ' thu eve. ncvcit liclcss it's a
for July. Its nuKling mattor in ' fct umi NVlJ worl1 u,Vcsti
mostly umv, and tboro aro aovoral i . ,,, ... .
halftono UluBlrntioiiB Kitm'a Falla gating. Wo Will make a
ou Kuuai, tli V)li!ano, tho Hawaiian t,i,ll.vi,lir ni oi,mi1iu this week
vIllaKuat tho Midwinter Fair aud I "nmv,no n t CK.Uts tins wt t k
vimva iu llouolulii ImiIiik tho auh-', that will nstouish you alinoht
iiicia, uov. tt it. nice oi uamnim
Jas. y. Morgan,
Bjr Lawia J. Irtivay.
Household -: Furniture
ilcsoriboH bin narty'n recout visit to
tho Ulnuda. Uudor tho licadiiiK. 'A
Ui-autifiil Panorama," Jaimrn W. Uir
vin takes tho ruadcr ou a tour round
Honolulu. Tho wholo iiumbor is
uroditablo to tho publiHborsF. I.
lloodx, oditor, aud .1. F. Clay, man-Kr.
rpilK ANNUAL MKKTINO OK THK
L hloukholtlert of the WamuiNii Anal
- (t'l.li'lil. ANit(lnMi ('u.,(l.inlleli, will
be hld ill tho Olllei) of Mr J M. Moucar-
Mcrehunt Htx ut, Honolulu, on ha i I it-
Lnttut advit'ia iudii'iito pro,'r"HH
at San i'Vaiu'lai'i) in Hio tdinmn for
ini'oriioratiiiK n laro bank for Hono
lulu to absorb lliMion ,V C'o.V IkhiIi. "" " ' iaukka.
I'roinilii'lit lot'iil Illinium" tnnil havo ' uws.'.'t ai-il Siriary W. A..V O. Co.
fotiHi'iilt'd to iro on tlio illrontornt",
It lookanalf Mr. IJixliop win B'I"K i NOTICE.
!m, "KSff of" l'SrihSKK'S IAN. I'KIH.,KH XTk IIKIimiV CUU.
wUhdVaw& bin !;i,.n.U fro,,, tho I A XS..WnHnV?:.riS!
lalauda in tho uvout of a republic Uy me. I". M. UUbTKU.
liuif foruaod. ' W-at
as much as our now designs
in Night Gowns and Skirts.
None of these goods are to
ho sold holow cost, hut tlioy
will he sold at prices that will
nmku you wonder whether wo
uiiid for them or not.
over foity years we have '
heou thu leaders of fashion in
1 Honolulu. We are making
I even gnater efl'oits than he-.
fore. Pioin week to wook'
aai .1 1 ..
you will see in iihh column
i notices of our special sales,
etc. Look out for something
mi prising soon.
TUESDAY, July 24th,
Xt Id O'CLOCK A M.,
I will m-II at I'ubllii Anetlon, at the Kent
dene, of Ma WM. MAKUlKNS.romorof
Here unia and Vln oria ttrueia, and Inline
dUtuly op)oillt Thomait HiUirH,
The t Entire : Houaohold s Furnituro,
2 Upholstered Pallor Sets,
I lllack Hair Cloth Bet, Hook fnae,
Jantnesa forenn, II V. Hlilebourd,
It. W. hxlMUBloii IbnliiK Table,
Vienna Dining Clittlrd,
1 New Fischer Upright Pianoforte
''outer Table., barge and Small Hiikh,
Verauda Cualrn, Harden Hon lie,
I uwu lent, I'lctimn, Ciirtalnn, l'urllera,
Bisque md China Ornaments,
llruckftsi. lied I.ouiikh. lliir-Hiis
Sofa-, I'alntcd lludroini Sut,
2 104 SQUARE B:JSTEAD8,
Oak Hedroom Hutn, Wardrobia, What
not" Hair anil SlirliiK Mattrufsca. Mim
iluitoNtts, reiiilr I'lllow, lied and
IiiIiIh l.lnent, ChlldrenhCrlbs.lt W.
"Household" Sewing Machine
1 Automata Suwlna Muchluo,
I'lateil Wuru, t.fo.kny uml uiuswiirn,
Culler) , Ukm i mid n imiii'imrh, i
KufriKenxor, Meat tfufe, Kic, I'.tii j
$W 'I be I'welllni? will l ofiil"rl"
.citibm on Muudiiy, J ly ix, f n to t".
Temple of Fashion
610 3Tort Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing.
Large AasortatBt ol Lidl n' and Chlldran'i Bhoea.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Largo Hun of Woolona at 2Th FIniunli'tt, 10 yard for ft 00.
Brown and Whito Coltoua, from H to 2t) yarda, $1.00 nor uiocu.
Amoaknag Gingliaina.l'i yarda for$l.C0. Gtnita'and LaiW' UatbiiiKuiu
Silka, Satiua, Sorges, Lavn aud Drum Goods of ovory doacriptiou,
D-I. a-. SILVA, Proprietor.
FE3R. S. S. "aABLIO."
Have made another Large Importation ot
Rranda of l.A CONSTANtJlA and El. COM ETA
Larjt AHsortment of Shapa and Sizoa.
p.u Ut in Komi nr Only Paid Onr. Port ft Bflwtiant Strwm
'IHIKKK NU'Kl.Y KUK
1 nibbed ltoniiia at No.
t Oiirden jlie
ryUHKK NH'Ki Y Fl'll
1. uUhed lliionik hi Wul
klkl on the bioli Teiiut
Vriy ruubonnblc. Annlv at
ifiiiiln of Kathlon, Kurt I reet
for klllKh' K'll-
BY AN AMKItlOAN I.ADY, TO HO
NiirtliiK. I.Ubt llnii.u Work, tare id
Children or bualnvi, Iu an huulih-iaMk.
Iiik family. No iiMei'iinn to tho country.
Apply ho. 83 lUrtUula ttraal. IWi-tl
lieiuau tuatiM on
tunU Htieut, U liiliiilli'
walk frinii I'ott Olllc'ii.
AillriHH . '
tflfo on Yoillis Hlreet.
near Kecaunioku atreot.
J . SlrtlllKH.NKY,
W l Qiie-n Street,
V r WAIKIKI OK THK
i lleaeh, romfortabla
quarter for one or two Bin
ule Oentleiiiiuii iHiard mw
tlonal; bnthliiK fai'llllle good,
lu,HM UIM.I.KTIN OKKIOK.
A 1,1, 1'KKtSONb AUK NOriKIKII NOT
to credit Miy otm ou my account
without uiy written nrlr.
JOHKI'll PAIKO. 3a.
Miti.olillu, July H, Isi, ID'a hn
lllm-k Filly, two
year nbl, brnki-u 10 rnul
die, For pnrtlculura uv-
V. It. VIUA.
at Uulou Fead Co.