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MONDAY, JULY 23, IKH
LOCAL AND QENEHAL WBWB
Rudolph Sprockols and party aro
BrxDiYi July 2i
etmr Mlknlinld from Knnnt
Btmr Claadlne Irom Mnul
Btmr Felo from Maknwell
Monday, July 23.
Etmr Kssls for I'unaluu and Kahaku at
Btmr Walaleale tor Lahalnn, Kukulbaole
and Honokoa af 0 a m
Stmt Mokullt (or Moloknl and Iinal
Htmr Jn Makee for Walmca t 4 ) m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Klnnu for Maul and Hawaii at 4 p tit
Htmr (lautltie (or Kirts on Maul ut 11 ji tti
Btmr Mikalinln for Knual at 6 j tn
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Btmr Clnudlno-1731 bagi sugar, 190 bn
1 hops, '1 horses, 110 hlriri. 4070 feet
imtaioct, tOi bag corn
1 hoes. '1 horses. 110
kon lumber. Ml pk(t simdiles
Btmr MUnhnla I 111.") tings siicnr, IN) sheep,
1 borne. 15 bdln lililvs ami AO likus aim.
A SUIT A LA.
From Knual, ixTtmr Mikalinln, July 22
-A B Wilcox. W II Hli-e. I.r Walter, J II
Alexander and wife, Mr llatlni J
Noble, lf and child, father I'.intrron,
raihr l.lhrrt, MIm ClirMUti. Mist Kin
ney, Mix lliuiuas, W llurlowltz, and JU
From Maul, per tmr Claudlnc, July 'Ji
lt Ht.reckeK J l Uliixunio, K F FolfK A
w van van
for tho 26th tnst.
A roward is offered
watch and chain.
trial has boon sot
for a lost gold
THE OAME WAS TAME.
piiniirp. Airs k j uruonc, .miss
N Louis, Mm W kaal, IlWhop I'anup dig,
ratlirr Valentine. W 11 Mujur, J V Kn
bin. A Paehaole. E U Hitchcock. II Ccli'or.
Mit Hboads, C And runs. Father lionlfacc,
Father James. A J Kauhalhoa, Alice
Wagner, JJ Morton, J L Dumas, wife,
cbllu and eervant, and IS deck.
Guardian Oapablo of Suing
Divorce for His Ward.
W. A. Kinnojr and Cartur & Car
ter, attorneys for tho plaintiff in
Juud et al. vs. O. A. brown, havu
filed a motion that no order of dis
continuance bo made aud that F. M.
Hatch and J. A. Mngoou exhibit to
the Court their authority, if any, for
appeariuir as tho attorneys of Mrs.
Irene Ii lirowu. The motion is based
ou an atlldavit of Charles L. Carter,
alleging that Mr. Magoou admitted
to him that Mrs. Brown refused her
signature to amended .motion for
discontinuance, aud that theroupou
he had sinned aud filed tho said
motiou, claiming to act as her at
torney. Henry Smith, master, has filed his
report ou tho account of J. O. Car
tar aud C. L. Carter, trustees of tho
estate of H. A. P. Carter, deceased, for
tho year ending Juno 30, Ib'Jl. Re
ceipts aro $62,015.93 and payments
$35,528.97. Vouchers aud commis
sions are found correct. While the
cash balance, $10,4801)7, is much
larger than that of the previous
year, thoro is a corresponding de
crease iu assets aud iuvestmouts.
The petition for leave to sell roal
estate ol the Newton minors was
continued by Judge Cooper for one
Judgo Whiting has approved the
account of Hruco Cartwrfcbt, ad
ministrator of tho estate of It. W.
Holt, upon tho report of Henry
Smith, master. Receipts were $22,
220.72, and payments $18,031.07.
Ualanco hau increased aud invest
A majority deoision of tho Su
premo Court, prepared by Justice
Frear aud couourrod iu by Justice
Uickerton, has been rendered iu the
case of Henry O. MeQrow, a person
non compva, by his guardiau, Charles
Li. uarter. vs. Alpuousluo .ucurow,
libel for divorce. The Circuit Court
resorved for the Supreme Court, on
domurrer of defeudaut, tho question
as to wbethor a libel for divorce tuny
bo prosecuted on behalf of an iu
sane person by his guardiau, under
our statute. The decision is that a
guardian may do so, aud tho demur
rer is overruled.
Mr. A. Bruuson, lately admitted to
the bar from the bar of California,
sat in place of Chief Justice Judd,
disqualified, aud has rendered a dis
seuting opinion. Ho gives his rea
sons at length for holding that- tho
demurrer should bo sustained aud
the action dismissed.
A. S. Hartwell aud Carter A: Car
ter for libellaul; O. W. Ashfurd fur
Iu the mattor of tho guardiauship
of Cordelia J. Carter, the final no
count o( Mrs. S. A. Carter, mother
and guardiau of tho ward, was ap
proved by Judgo Whitiug and sue
was discharged aud her bond can
celled. Amount to turn over to the
ward, who has como of age, is over
$5000. Carter & Carter for the
Judge Cooper is hearing the equi
ty case of Thos. Nott-and wife vs.C.
T. Qulick, guardian of A. A. Uoirou,
a nun comput mentiii, praying for the
cancellation of au alloyed fraudulent
deed involving title to a valuable
piece of property in Wailuku, Maui.
Si ill ou. W. A. Kinney for plain
tiffs; O. W. Ashford for defendant.
BRITISH SHIP IN DISTRESS.
Admiral Walker is slowly recover
ing from a slight ailment.
Ton delinquent taxpayers camo up
with tho "stud" this morning.
O. E. Boardman, nsigneo of Tat
Wo Chan, bankrupt, has a notico
Tho officers ro-olected by W. G.
Irwin & Co., Limited, nro olsowhoro
Quito a number of pnssongors
leave by the Kinau to-morrow for
Forthor orders excepting any on
tho way for Dovo's map of Honolulu
cannot bo suppliod.
Tho Bishop of Panopolis and
Father Valentino roturnod to town
by t ho Clnudiuo yesterday. .
Tho "Daisy Boll" aud "After tho
Ball" teams will play another baso-
ball game in tho near future.
Tho underwriter's sale of fl2 sacks
of damaged sugar by Jas. F. Morgan
on Saturday realized three cents n
Ralph R. Foster's furniture, to bo
sold on Weduedny by J. F. Morgan,
will bn on view from 0 till -1 o'elock
The Philadelphia crew will land
for drill to-morrow morning. Thoy
will be drilled iu a sham fight ou
the old baeball grounds.
Tho Planters' Monthly for July is
out. Among a large variety of use
fill information, it continues au arti
cle ou "Coffee in Liberia."
C. V. Sturlevant has tho thanks
of the BuLurriN printers for a lot of
bis refreshing root beer. It has put
them off Brown h host artesian.
There was a luau at Wnialua yes
terday, a goodly number of Hono
lulu sports attending. Tho serpen
tiuo tlanco a la Hawaion was tho or
der of tho day.
Another Easy Victory for the
Tho Kamohameha and Hawaii
baseball teams mot on Saturday
aftornoon. Tho attendance was very
poor, a fact supposed to bo duo to
thn refusal of the Kamehameha's to
call tho previous Saturday's gamo
off. Nearly all who attended wero
school girls aud boys, besides a few
of the bloods whoso practices hnvo
hurt tho season. Tho play through
out was spiritless. MeCorristou
mado his initial bow as a pitcher for
tho Hawaiis. Owing to Captain
Thompson's disability, his placo at
sccoud was taken by Chris. Willis.
Tho gamo was won by tho Kauioha
mohas, I) to 4.
Following is tho official scoro:
COWBOY IN TROUBLE
By Ziowls J. Levey.
All. R. nil. O. A. T.
Llndrav, lb ...
I'uhau, c.(., n..
I.cniim, p ,c.(.
Kokl, 2b ... .
llridgcs, c, s.s.
Wise, 3b 4
0 U 27 10 0
An. n. mi. o. a. r.
Ilnrt, s.s 4
Holt. I (.
vt) c, o .
Oupld, c.(.. ..
A Chinaman Has Him Arrested for
John Hapa, tho woll-known cow
boy, was arrested on Saturday for
highway robbery. Tho facts of tho
cao aro as follows: Hapa has charge
of J. I. Dowsott's ranch at Waialua,
and without permission from Mr.
Dowsett, no one Is allowed in tho
premises. On Friday, it Is claimed,
a Chinaman wont to tho placo and
Iwurnn tn cAthor fruit. liana hap
pened to como along and caught tho
Chinaman. Ho asked him if ho had
the necessary permit, and was told
not. Tho Chiuamnn was ordered
off tho premises, but claims ho was
robbed of sovoral dollars. This,
howovor, will bo doclded in tho Dis
trict Court on Wednesday.
Tho nublin band, under tho leader
ship of Prof. Borgor, will givo a con
cert this evening nt 7:30 o'clock, at
Emma Square. Following is tho
Overture ttuborahl riotow
Cornet Solo Love and Trutl feeding
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Fantn'la 'I ho l'rliucss Air Clarens
Selection II liravo Mercadauto
(itindrl Ic Mndnmo AiiRnt. .. I-croca.
March nil u n. . riiimiPipiiin. icnir
Household -:- Furniture
Headquarters for White Goods
31 1 0 27 11 8
TUESDAY, July 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will srll it Pnbl'o Ane'lon, at tho Resi
dence of Ma. V.f. MAKIUKN8, corner of
Here anla and Vic oria trce, and Imme
diately opposite 'lhomas Square,
The i Entire : Household : Furniture,
2 Upholstered Parlor Sets,
I Ulack Hair Cloth Bet. Book Coen,
Japanese tureens, U V. Hideboard,
II. V. Kxtenslou Dining Table,
Vienna Dining Chairs,
1 New Fischer Upright Pianoforte
Center Tables Large and Fmntl Itugs,
Veranda 01mlr, Uarden lien Ik1'.
I.awn Tent, Pictures, Curtains, Puttiers,
Bisque and China Ornaments,
llrackrts, (Jed l-onnge, Ditreaus,
h'ofai, Painted llcdru mi S't,
2 K0& SQUARE BEDSTEADS,
Dak lledrnom Bct, Wanlrobts, What
noti.Halr and Spring Mattress's. Moi
: iinltoNcts, Keathir Plllowr, lied and
'Jabln l.lncni, Children Cribs, D. V.
"Honsehold" Sewing Machine
1 Automatic Sewing Marltlne,
Plated Wore, Crockery and H lassn arc,
t.'utlrrc, liiups ami linaniiciiers.
Kclngeraior, Meat fate, tic, r.ic
ro". s. sa.ohs'
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices i
JIAtNBOOKS In Plain, 8lriped, Cheeks and Plaldi.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OUADK9 AMD PlttHKb.
OIMITIK8 In Striped, Checks, Plaldi and Hair Lium
INDIA MNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON OKAHES
COTTON MULLS IN WH1TB, CKKAM NP M'MU
IMMENSE VAB1BTY OK
AN KNDI.KH8 VA1UETY OF
SCOHB IIY IKK1SOJ.
And Catarrh In the Had
The DkcIIIiic will Ikj onen for In-
iectlon on Monday, JnlyZId, (com II Iu VI.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
ttMHKOinKHY EDOINOH tn HwIm, Nainsook and Hamburg, lb
All Width wltb Inoertlng to Mat;h.
AU-ater EabroUery, Eatbroidarf ElooacM ni Deal tluwtom.
Lace of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
Kamchamehas . 2 10 0 110 0 4-0
Hawaii 'i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-4
Time of game One hour anil fifty min
ute. Ituns famed Kimehamoho 4, Ma
walls I. Tno-bnse hits Mahuka and Wise.
Tbret'-baio lilts Mahuka and Kokl. Dou
ble p'nys Hart, Willi. Kiibc,2. llao on
Inllt-lly Lemon, 2; by McCorrl-ton, 4.
Pa!fd Utlls llrbLtcs, 2. Pnhau, l; Pryce,
2 titruck out lly Union. 1; by Mubukn.
11. Umpires Kala and WImj.
WHITE IS AGAIN ARRESTED.
A Gliliu'u) linclc driiur jilonilod
Kiiilty iu tlio District Court to tiny
to hnvititf Ik'cii iu nn intoxicated
condition in Ida hack ou Saturday
and was fined $.1.
Tliosnlonf II. S. Sainton's pro
perty under foroelosurt', to hnvo
Ihicu hold by Mr. Morgan on Satur
day, was declared olT, tho mortgago
having been suttled.
Foolinc Ovor tho Froodom of
Arthur White, of tho Arlington
billiard parlors, waa roarrcstou ou
Saturday for assault and battery on
George Wood, tho Croscout pitcher,
nnd placed under au additional bond
of $1000. Tho bond was readily
furnished and White was reloaded.
White is now under $2000 bonds.
Tlicro is much indignation about
town over the fact that Willie Wil
der, who was presout throughout
the whole proceedings, is not also
nlnced under arrest. This feel in
has trained such headway that
would not bo surprising if an iudig
unitin ttiuM tin tt'itnt fntliiil in I In
tinor.enn fur- ",...,. tiri.u..'. rii i... i.
I Imlikt-. . ' IIHIIIWI 11 v r w vh
vuivir . h(i
Tho Republic of Hawaii victo
rious. The Soap battle has Ix-en
ninicnbly act tied without bloodhhed
Look at N. Urehatn'it Honolulu Soap
llouc ad, aud don't fear, as peace
O. It. Harrison, practical piano
nnd orunn iiiukernml inner, can itir
uiah hort fnelorv refereneeH
left nt Hawaiian Nuwm (Jo. will nt-
coivo prompt niienumi. ah wr .-,- ,,,-,, -.,-
miium l..ed in Im tho same as donii ! ?"' lflKl't tho case.
Ladles cannot akip tlinlr own col
umn. D. V. Ehlerrt Co. quote
. prices tlial It wero silly to neglect.
' livery dny may not be .Sunday for n
long limo to come, out. every nay ih
a elearnucu Halo day nt I hnt emporium
1 L J .lt..lt.'".'" . &
By Ja. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
By "Olory," "Joe DanloU" aud
On SATURDAY, July 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOON.
Vr. rV. L. Tucker
-1 feel that It Is trnpoKlblo for m to tar tee
much In faror of UtKxl't Kaltapatllla. I was
treat sufferer from Imrmro blood and CaUnb
la my head. Job's comforters failed to comfort I
ma, and i susorcii torn numerous miu
AGony Doyond Description.
Wlicn I begaa to Uko llool' 8arsaparllla I had
ilxof them, only four of w bleb came to a bead,
and ilneo then, tlinuks to this eood rocdlclna. I
ft..-, ft... ... mm.m Sl.l nft1(MfAM ff
t , nVTO I'CCIl 11:1:0 liuill in jn. iihkhvim
h eilncd 11 pou mil in thrco wriU. Tlia Catarrh
it,A t. ...! fu lli.Mla k. in tn ipIII. ft till I
ItW UUVtl VUlt'i U IIW4 ,i I - bhv
Dowcett'i Yard, Queen itrect, I wl
Hat I'ubllo Auction, a Draft of Kino
llurrv from Uay'a MoLulela
2 3-Year Old Stallions
Qelding and Fillies,
llrnkon to Haddlo and llarnitm.
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
ai.t r.ir 1 liiirftilm- m.vl.
I tnln.iil P111I Viitimnnn
Ho lias re- ,
'PL,, hnlliit I
hits not been extracted as jot front I
Wood s leg.
Extonsivo Balo of Ilousohold Furnl-turo.
Messrs. Chns Crcighton, A. P.
IVtersou, 11. Al. Dow and Oliver
Stillmnu returned from Wniknne
yesterday afternoon. The jmrty left
hero on Friday morning anil made
tho first stay at Knueohe, Koolnu
poko. An enjoyable time was had,
although ono of the number hecutno
FRANCE AND ENGLAND.
achoraes for Olosor Communl-
cntlonu Across tho Ohannol.
Tho followinir petition, rays a lnt
Paris despaloli, wa-i distributed
among the deputies to-day ou tho
nssembling of the Chamber "Many
bankers, engineers, nnd tradesmen iu
Paris urge that diplomat iu nego
tiations should bo entered into bo
tweeu the Preuch nntl British Gov
nrumouts with n view to thn con
sideration of tho question of the
proponed methods of communica
tion between the two countries. Six
schemes have been put forward
one, a tunnel uuder tho Channel;
two, a bridge across the Cuauuol;
three, a trausmariuo tunnel; four, a
tubular railway; five, a mixed pas
sngo; six, a steam ferry, carrying a
train." M. Deloncle, who was ap
pointed by the Committee on Peti
tions, to deal with this petition, has
presented his report, which says
"Your committee cannot fail to ac
knowledge that it is very expedient
that the Government ot tho Itepub
lio should opeu fresh diplomatic
negotiations with Great Britain for
tho object indicated iu tho petition."
Thoro was a largo attendance at
tho residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Maerten, lleretnuin street, to view
tho valuable household furniture to
bo sold at auction by L. J. Levey to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Among the principal items wo note
one elegant P inciter piano perfectly
new nntl iu splendid tone, engrav
ings, lino parlor furniture, ono nuto
uintio aud ono household sowing
machine, bedroom sots, black walnut
oxtousion table, crockery aud glass
ware, also a quantity ot bed nod
table linen iu whole pieces, compris
ing one of tho largest varieties of
household furniture told iu Hono
lulu for many years.
Hood's s Cures
am enloylier rood irneral hMllh. I earneitlT
r.'-omuciid luvMt't hnnaiaiillit to nil who are
nfillcwd." W. 1. Tuunmt, lio.cburg. Oregon.
HOOD'O PiLLB euro all Liter Ills, llllloua
neit. Jaundice. ludlcojlluu. Sick Headache.
IIOHItON, NKWMAN A CO..
Acuta for Hawaiian Iiland
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
Tho philosophor who says that
"when ladles want society items
they look in the society or local
columns," hits very wide of tho
By Jaa. F. Korean.
Stores Aro Beplenlahed From
Thn British ship Shandon, Cap
tain Harris, anchored off port yester
day aftornoou, flying a ilag of dis
tress. Tho tug Eleu put out to hor,
followed by a launch from U. B. M.
S. Champion. On drawing near it
was aoeertaiuod that tho men were
exhausted from iusulllolent food,
aud could hardly climb uloft to furl
sails. Captain Harris h tilled that
the ship was short of provihioun,
hence their calling. Tho Khuiidou
left Calcutta ou March 1'J with a
cargo of general merchandise, nntl
was delayed by variable winds. She
was supplied with two boatload of
rirovisious from tho Champion, and
eft ut '2 o'clock this aftornoou with
provisions to Inst twenty-live men
thirty days, which ought to last to
bur uustiuatlou, Bsu FrauoUao.
.IK UHDIIIK .
miii im-iii) iiuirr nn tie- nv
ftr I'Kl.Kl'liuMlH u -ymi
On THURSDAY, July 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At th Store of Meiers. If. Uackfrld & Co..
I u III hell at I'ubllo Wicltoii lor account of
shm it nmy concern, tha lollowlug
UaniiRed by aalt water on vovbkc of Im
portotiou ei Ueruiau ship "Muriu Hack
add from Liverpool:
II. H .too.
7;t!l-TH3 :. dor I'.'ln Qulv Uucketk,
7WI-MH 1 llii4 llllii " "
KII81S 3lloz Dill " "
b(CJ-ll -I ild-c lMll " "
tUI UIS 1 Uuz llllll " "
IWJUVI I Ni'bW at I) ica flalvd Hound
IHI-lUH II Ni'nta utlOeca Oalvd Itound
'1 UtlH. I
11. in Diamond
I "M)-l Cuh Munnr Cbnrconl Tinned Blieuti,
sik.u li.A, oi.ii;a.,
II. II. .t CU.
UI3-1 Cuho l aln Oalvd Iron Kniu.HlxM
fill 1 Cast- riaiu tlalvit Iron Ktiitl, Slx'.M
lJll-lCat.0 l'luln Oulvd Iron Mara II, 81
rjl3-l(.'uo l'.nln (l.ilvd Iron Mnra 1), 81
x''W'l o .'tllbs.
12101 Cano l'luln Oalvd Iron Mum 1), HI
x'.'ix'.'i u, -'luiua,
11 .to J
101 1 Ki-k lllnck V. V. Htaples, lHln,
II. ill IH.llllOIld
T.'7 I 1'im, li (lout's Badil'ei, completn,
Hit I U.IK, 1'J (liuil' Hiildlua, coiuplutu,
II. II .v t:t.
841-IUU I IIiiiiiIUn (I.ilv.H'err Iron, Olt
tt.'l-ICil -.'I Uundli-H (I ilvil t'orr Iron, 7ft
.:i.M tl (.i.lb,
H)Ol-OJS -I IIuihIIm liulvd Con Iron, bH
IDS'. 10 .'-! lliindiii. llv,t t'orr lnn, Hit
H). l (l,hSi,
1111-llcO- I) Humll' h liillMl I orr Iron, lOlt
Toms Cash in U. S. Oold Coin.
mark and evidently is not posted In
Honolulu. Little of what is termed
socioty tolk gets In tho newspapers
thoy roported tho mandolin concert
as a "success, aud tho house com
fortably Oiled with lovers of music
aud people of rufiued tastes iu tho
more delicate arts," and so it was,
but it is Silk Dresses to llolokus
that thoro was not a lady iu tho
house but that know what her
uoighbor wore, and of course talkod
it ovor with friends uuder tho head
of Socioty Talk. A good many of
those Dress Patterns wo spoke of
last week aud considerable of the
Hosiery found its way there. More
of them will bo seen at the Faucy
Wednesday, July 25th, will see a
lino of Colored Wool Dress Goods
formerly sold at 75 cents going at
50 cents; they are beauties. There
is no profit in those goods. While
all tho week Victoria Lawns (these
tho best value we evor offered) 10
yards for 75 cents; Morrimao Prints
10 yards for 50 cents you know
what that moans I Ginghams go 12
yards for $1, and Browu Cottons 1(1
yards for $1.
Saturday, July 23th. every Rem-
i limit iu tho house must go ot your
I own prices. Wo must havo tho
i room for Now Goods, llemembur
wo have had n general mark down
in all departments of our houso.
Wo only quote you n few things for
lack of space. Kvory day is a Clear
nut'ii Halo thy with us. Wo never
hnvo been undersold, nnd do not In
tend to be. Look out for next week.
I B. F. KIILKKS & CO.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT ID O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 am Inatmried by Mn. KAI.l'H It. I'Od-
TKIt to dloao of i
The t Enttro t Housohold t Furniture, i
At ht ItcsIiIctK'e, Nunann utrcot (adjoin- '
lug Mrs. Along), cumUtliiK of
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard!
While and llrown Wicker Tables, Chairs,
I ouiik a nnd Kqckera.
'arvd t'uK Chairs, KacU, rnlutltiK'
l)HK"tndtnnd Titrkl.h I'rajcr Kiik
Hear, Heal and Coyote Kiik.
Pairs Dolton and Dresden Vases. ,
Carved Oak KxtetiHlon Dining Table, 11 ft.
Carved Oak DliiliiK-rimlii I'haua.
Ihimnuto Ti-u Ht'ln, lllniiur Hct. ,
Hllvvr Wnro and Tablo Ware. '
Heavy Oak Ik-droom Hets.
II. W. Muibletop lledrooin Heta.
Mirror Front Black Walnut WarJrobas.
Cheiriinlen, Hull fitand.
Whim Hair Mattreai'ea, Kent her Pillows.
Itnw Hllk Curtaina and i'de
llrH ll'dstcad, MoiuUito Nets.
McNeill ft Urban Sire. N'W Model Rings,
Kefrluerator. Mi at Sale. I-nwn Mewnr.
ilHnli'ii 'lool Marblotoe Ounleu Tables.
Ijiwii Chairs and H'lti-ca.
I'otsot Kuriuaud I'luiitn.
1 Horse, Phaeton & Harness.
Kircvsood and Coal, Ktc, Ktc.
iW'tho aitentlnn of lioui-nhblen In
calltMt to the n'H.ve inetitleul Kumlture,
which In near nnd o( the most cxionive
nti't oriiNtiifntal kind llmio neuil lur
lutlMutbinonTueoday, July iilth, from 10
A. M. 10 4 f U.
Frorxoti Ida. Slioe gll $a.26.
IU NDUANO STREET.
M KKCIIANT TAI LOK.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW bTOOK OK
Oashiiin-h itu SorgOH Jusl ltMivil I
STJIT3 rROU 14 UP
Dry GoodH. Fancy Qnodn, Lawnu, Etc.,
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Temple of Fashion
SI ITort Street.
Ladies1 Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Auertaent ol Lidlis' and Chlldrtn't Shoes.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Largo lino of Woolens at 2.rc. Flannelettes, 10 yard- for f 1 00.
lirowu anil White Cottons, from 8 to 20 yards, f 1.00 por piece.
Amoskag OinKlinms.1'2 yards for $1.(0. Gents' and Ladies' UathintrHiiiu
Silks, Sntins, Serges, Lawns aud Dres Goods of every description.
M. Q. SILVA, Proprietor.
J&S. F". Iorga.11,
llV7t ' AUirriONKKIt.
ITMtoM this D.vn:, II. K. 1IOI'
V lACKDIt liiliitiiiiiiiihori"l to draw
Jirndu or lo j,Ivii iinli-rs for Mt't. htudlM'
or Hiliilic4 en bulmlf el Ihu II tw ll N
UllMMIKIIU .V MIHII I'llMI'kNY.
1 It i: HAWAIIAN COMMIJItllAI. .V
O, A, HnonicrM,
July W, IKU luitlet
PER S. S. " Ca-A-BSLIO."
HOLLISTBR & CO.
Have made another Lure Importation ot
Brands of LA
CONSTANT 1 A aud
EL COM ETA
Large Assortment of Shapes and Sizoa.
Par Hale in Hnnrt nr Only Paid Cnr Port ft Memhant Strwu
rpHKKB NIOB1.Y FU
L nibbed Itootui at No.
t Onrdmi Ijtnn
tllL'ooll Yntllie hfH,
nrar Kecsuuniku strtnit.
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L nlblitd IU (nun ai Wal-
klkl ou the li'si'h. lerniH
v-rv rrusoniililc. Anelvut
'lenipbi ot I'Hublon, Korttrift
Itooin (or kliittb-ui'ii.
tlvinnu kltitated on Kitc
tuuU eticut. in tiilimti'i'
walk lieni 1'oot OIIUv. Aiblri'ti '
thia tilth UK.
r w aikiki ONTim
A llfAdi. romfortiibln
i iimnrs (or one or two bin.
mu utntifiiifii: inmril oi.
tloiial; buihiiiK mrllltltfj good. KorpaiU-
liw HIIM.KriN OKKICR.
A lil. I'KliaONH AUK NOIlFllvll NOT
to credit ait) oiih on ui) aivonnt
without nijr wrltttui erdr.
HonolDlu, July tri, 0 Im
llbti'k I'lllv. tun
) w im old, urtiki'ii to siil.
illu. For particular up.
K. H. V1DA,
t Union Fh4 Oo.