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THUIISDAY, AUG. 2, 1894
TllCR'DAY, AtJR. 2.
B B Monowai, Carey, from 8an Francisco
Tiiumdat, Aug. 2
Bttnr KanU tor Wnlniiae, Walalua anil
Moknlela ni Oo m
BttnrJas Make for Kit) and KILtneaat
VbmU LettvlnK To-morrow.
Btrur Kinau for Mmtl and llawnll at 2 p in
From Bin Francisco, r hk II V Rlllict,
Ac 10 W i-lultli. nlla and 3 children,
Urs K Haniiner, A , O'UrrHy, Mrs L Dee
lid 2 daughters, MluHnxoti,
Krom Ban Frnnplrcu, pr 8 S Monuw.il,
Aug 2-W M UllTiud, V t riciclc, wife
and 2 ihlMrpii. Alrt llmlll Ii, l)r Geo II
Htuldv, A WMetrrs, Mi It A Diukfon,
EV Jordan, Mrs.M J Howell, Hon H At
Damon, U O llroilulilun, 1! Hyilf, O Uiilui,
Ml K ltolrt, Win J llr.i.ltorri, Umr
Toeprlmanii, II J Lyman. II llnuo, MI"
Orac- lllclianl, A M Atlicrlon, A K Jmld,
Jr, Jno Wa erliouse. 0 V Conk-, J It Judd,
A 1) Dildwin. K V lUldwIn, J lilravhlicrK
JDLetchur Mm CM IImIp, MIm McIii
tyro. Ju.lo lluitueil mid son, C David on
and Win 3lfTii;c.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
LOCAL AND OENKHAI, NEWB
W. J. Sheldon, Doputy SborifT for
Wnianao, is in town.
Mrs. J. F. Ashworth was a passen
ger on the Monowai to-day.
The S. S. Monowai sails for tho
Colonies at 9 o'clock this evening.
U. S. Minister Willis ami wifo aro
still rusticating at Waikiki beach.
J. J. Williams will tako pictures
in masquerade costumes at reduced
J. F. Scott has ontered into his
duties as clerk of tho Board of Edu
cation. B. B. Bendall has tho thanks of
tho Bulletin for lato San Francisco
A quantity of fine alligator pears
was received from Hilo, Hawaii, by
tho Kinau yesterday.
A number of volunleors wero dis
charginl from tho nrmy yesterday
FRO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
Weekly Meeting of tho Executive
and Advisory Councils.
In tho absonco of Chairman Wil
der, tho Councils wero called to or
der at 1:50 by Secrotary Rodgors.
Councillor W. F. Allon was called to
tho chair, with whom wero present:
('resident Dole, Miuisters Hatch
and King, Councillors Ena, Water
house, D. B. Smith, Bolto, Men
donca, Morgan and Emtneluth.
The weekly financial statement
was road by Secretary Kodgers. It
shows receipts of?3G,775.24,of which
e i ii iuj ni
was from customs and
from taxes. Tho ex
penditures wero SC.),8Gl.r3, includ
ing $3000 national debt paid. Tho
iudebtodncss is 5nI,uUS,01u 20,
scribes a number of questions rela
tive to tho plantation labor question
fur investigation by tho commission.
Tho bill was ordered to bo type
written and distributed to members
beforo next meeting.
Mr. Emmeluth drew attention to
a public complaint that sufficient
publicity had not been given to the
steps necessary to the registration
Mr. Watorhouso thought tho com
Mr. King said tho boards snt
morning and afternoon, and intend
ing voters could got all information
required from them.
Mr. Emmeluth replied that somo
persons rcjoctod for one set of rea
sons wero eligible on other grounds,
and theso when turned away once
took no further steps to gain the
VnlUmfP. K. Tt triiliilr.itvnta In . DrivilciTO.
. .n i a .a m.rvn I ii O.t ft lM,tHMila BiliMIISHnil
nv ali mu vsuuuuu nujuuiuvu
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
UST. S. S
asio rort atri, Honolulu
tho end of October amount to $20,-
8(13, and cash in hand. P. S. B., is
$72,240.51. Hoad Boards have $10,-407.-10
to their credit. Available
cash, current account, is S174,21'J.l2.
Tho statement was received and
I filed by order of tho chair, on nc
, count of Mr. Watorhouso's tiredness
of elghteeu mouths well-doing.
Mr. Hatch introduced a bill relaU
Abunrhofkevs was found near ln t0 ". " ol jurors, it pro-
tho Bell Tower this morning, which vUUs l,l,al "liHimer, from any
the owner can havo at this uUlco. . cn,1? n ' nwnhoT than 21 pro-
. ' pnrly qualided jurors out oi any
The mosquito Benson has arrived ' panel, native or foreign, aro in at-
and the little "varmints" aro as tendance at any term of tho Circuit
for inattenliveness to drill.
E. K. Lllikalani is no longer a
clerk in tho Judiciary Department.
He refused to take the oath.
A WAGES DISPUTE
Tho Court Does Not Grant tho Doud
to Kcnp tho Peaco.
San Faanoisco, July 20.
(Per 8. 8. Motiowal.
Qumii Llliuokalrinl'i Proton Laid
Baforo tho Senato.
Tho President submitted to tho
SoiiAto on the 21th a letter from
Minister Willis, dated Juno 23. in
wliich ho reports tho receipt of a
protest signed Liliuokalani, earnest
ly rvquchting tho United States not
to extend its recognition to any gov
troublcsomo and nunoying na over.
Mrs. Larry Deo and itr, Miss
Saxon, returned from San Francisco
by tun bark H. 1'. Uitliet yesterday.
Niuety-fivo packages containing
tho Hawaiian exhibits at tho fair
wore roturned on tho Monowai today.
Court, tho Circuit Judn with a
clerk shall draw a new
malm up the number of
Tho application of Captain Wm.
Dnvles of tho steamer Waimaualo to
nut Daniel, n sailor employed on tho
vessel, under bonds to keep tho
iioai'o toward tho applicant was
heard in tho District Court to-day.
Captain Da vies deposed that on
, July 28 Daniel approached him for
advatico money. Tho captain re
fused to uivo tho monov, as there
pauel to ' was only four days' pay coming to
llil.lM.I. ' 1.1.. I.ImI tl.i.M l.akM.ll.k.I .
vuiii-oia tiiui. uauii'i lut'ii unuuifu iiuu
in the First Circuit and twenty-four '. roughly, pushing him along tho rail,
and threatened his Hie,
Tho strike is ended. Thoro was
much bloodshed hero and thoro be
foro this end was reached.
War has begun in Coroa. The
Japanese havo been attacked at
Seoul. A Chiuuso transport was
sunk. Neither China uor Japan will
yield ou inch of its pretensions.
There is little doubt tho Wellman
Arctic expedition is lost.
Senator David B. Hill has distin
guished himself in tho Senate by a
warm defense of President Cleve
land. Senator Camdon is In a bad box
about augar trust stock dickering.
The British bark Wm. Lo Lechour.
which hat been in Honolulu, and
latoly reported as coming again,
was totally wrecked 000 miles from
Singapore. Capt. Kayuell and all
bauds were lost.
Grand Maxtor Workman Sover
eign, of tho Kniuhts of Labor, ad
vises workmen to go into tho militia,
o as to gel arms and discipline.
Ex-Oovernur Low of California is
Lord Rusohery is scored by tho
French preifl for saying he sees no
CHUbe for alarm or a stringent law
Over a thousand lives wen lost in
the earthquake in Turkey.
The ilutvaliati delegate lft San
I'rancibco on July 10 for Washing
Tho lanfT in still a heated aubject
It in likely thf U. S. S Charleston
and part of the Behrlng Sea fleet will
be sent to the China station on ac
count of the war.
Reprusontativo Hartor has pro
posed a compromise tnrilT bill. It
put a uniform duty of ono cent a
pouud on nil sugar of 100 degrees of
eacchariuo strength. Ho says tho
sugar interest gets no protection bo
cause of its refusal to give informa
tion. Tho t-oUVu duty ho puts at 4
cents, and tea at 8 cents a pouud.
Chief Clarence of tho Mosquito
Indians wauts United States protec
tion against British aggression in
Precldeut Debs of the American
Railway Union has to answer the
charge of contempt of court.
Admiral Walker is reported to be
ordeicd home in the Philadelphia
audreliiiquish his commuud of the
Puuitle iquadmn to Commodore
Ranlblee at San Fraucisco. For a
wetk or two if not longer Hawaii
may tm left without the protection
of an tmerii'Hii wanthip. It has
boen docidod that no necessity exists
for keeping an Admiral in Hawuiiun
wu ers. The Charleston, Capt. Cof
fin, was under orders to leave for
liouolulu n- soon us reudy. A later
report, eUewhnre, is that she may go
W. W. Harris, clork In
Cooke's, will bo married this ovou-
ing at Central Union Church to Miss
Tho Government baud will play
at tho Kinau wharf prior to that
steamer's leaving for Hawaii to
Tickets aro going lively at Lind
say's jewelry store for tho Thistle
concert, since tho publication of tho
program in tho Bulletin.
Tho crlckot club will havo prac
tice at fj this evening. On Saturday
at J) a match will bo played with tho
first team of the Champion.
in overv othor circuit, tifty names
each of natives and foreigners aro to
bo solected by tho Judge for tho na-
tivo and foreign panels respectively,
I aud from thoso names draw by lot
, the renulred number of furors. This
Lowers fi I process is to bo repeated if neces
sary until l no inn tale is omotneu.
Tho bill was read a first time and
, referred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Emmeluth nxked Icavo to
withdraw his resolution of last
mooting regarding a labor commis
sion, so that ho could instead Intro-
1 duco n bill on tho same subject.
, Tho Socrotnry read tho bill. It
provides for a commission of five
persons, at least ono of whom must
bo financially interested in tho sugar
industry, and representing tho me
chanical trades of tho community.
. Members may belong to tho Couu-
. cits or othorwUo. Tho bill pro-
Tha Baud Will fie Thoro
The news of tho continued activ
ity of the volcano was hailed with
delight by those who intend to join
the excursion to tho volcano to
morrow. 'I hero are a number of
visitors at the volcano, aud a jolly
parly will bo the result.
Professor Berger and his band
will be on the wharf to give the de
parting tourists a good send off.
'I his is quite an innovation in de
parting island steamers, aud one
that will be appreciated. The party
leaves at 2 o'clock to-morrow after
noon, and will be goue but eight
Judicial Laud Sain
Henry Smith, as commissioner ap
pointed by tho Circuit Court, will
on the lbth Inst sell two pieces of
land on Vineyard htrent at public
auction. The sulu will be held at
the front entrance of the Judiciary
Tho aino geiilli'iunii. iuthutamo
capacity, will on the 2rilh lust, mill
on the itniiiiin-s a lot of laud at
Btckwitli uud Melcalf streets.
Theno talus will nilord opportuni
ties to thoso lookiug fur good build
Tho Friend for August is on time.
Besides its full faro of missionary
Intelligence, it ha a good deal of
glorification of tho now "Republic."
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
sud Nutiauu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 and
50 cents per night; f I and $l.2i ir
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of dry goods, tailors' goods,
wall papor ami household furniture
at his salesroom at 10 o'clock to
morrow. Alice Mackintosh and J. W. Pod-
more, for execution of tho will of I
tho lato Emily E. Berry, ask for np- I
proval of accounts and discharge.
Rocoi pt s, 2ttoT0 ; ox po u d 1 1 u res, S20-V
w, imiance. zwi.vu.
A mooting of young men will be
held In tho Brenig block hall, Queen
aud Nuuanu streets, at 7:30 o'clock
this evening fur the purpose of
forming a social and educational
1J. Ii, tlnney, who held nu ama
teur championship in Indian club ,
swinging in the State, will give nu
exhibition of his Mull to tho serpen
line dance musin at tho Thitl
Club concert to-morrow evening.
The new rifle corps of tho police
force will shoot tho fourth match
for tho medal to morrow morning nt
the Kalia butts. Three matches
havo been won by different partli-s
The shooting is with a Springfield
J. W. Chapman caters for Ban
quets, socials, rrivato Dinner Tar- f
ties, Wedding or uanlon far tics,
etc. Ho will Im) pleased to call upon,
any ladies or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through thf
Couut Simon von Topaz, of tho
mounted patrol; fell from his liorso
yesterday ovoniug. A met..sngo to
tho Police Station brought lioiite-
nam (JordcB, who had llto man
brought there and later taken home.
(To will be all right in a few ilnya.
Arrived iter S. S. Monowai. Cninn-
riuo's refrigerator containing a full i
supply ni cherries, plums, peaches,
apricots, nectarines, frozen oyster,
fresh salmon, crabs, celery, cauli
flower, etc. A quantity of fruits,
including applet, oranges, limes ami
Recently the following articles
lauded hero from the Ailtoku Mum
were ordered confiscated by tho Ha
waiian Government and to be sold
at public auction, after two weekn'
public notice: packages containing
silks, boots, khoes, jewelry, watohec,
chains, ami 00 bottles gin and 207
Ground was formally broken for
tho Kaliuku Division of the Oahu
Railway yostordav. Johu Thomas
Watorhouso performed tho cere
mony after having ollorod n prayer
for divine blessing on the enterprise.
The work of clearing tho road of
lantana aud mimosa shrubs will bo
rr Utrktutla " tracart "
F L 333 S I-I
Ho was ro
uarded as a leader amomr tho sea
men, and had caused somo of thorn
J. Berry, engineer, witnessed tho
scono described by Captain Davies.
Defendant and another seaman
testified that they only asked for
their wages and that complainant
put them off, raying ho had no
money. They also stated that tho
master spent the mouoy, otherwise
ttiau what it was intended lor. De
fendant was discharged.
Mr. Pavid V. Jordan
of Edmeston, N. Y.
Colorloss, Emaciated, HelpleM
A CompMe Cur by BOODB
TM Is from Mr. D. M. lordaa, a re
tired farmer, and ono of the most re
spected citixens of Otsego Co., N. Y. i
Fourteen years aco I had tn attack el I
traval. sad have since been troubled wiu ray '
Liver and Kidneys
padoatlr growing worse. Three jcari ago t '
Cot down io low that I unH tcarcclr walk.
V luil mmm 111. a, AnA thnn A lltlnff ttelnff. i
1 liart no appetite, and for vo week I
thing kat grarl. 1 was badlr emaciate
and had no moie color Ihan at mrMeiiUMna.
thouilit I woi'1'1 try It. Before 1 had finished
SS ffr.t hottlo I noticed that I folt better, aol.
lered leu. Uie ladaaiaatlaa af tke kla.
av had subsided, tlio color bemntoieturnt;
mr face, and lbm jl erf AJtjr
I had taken threa bottles I could eat anything
wiiliout hurtliiit tne. Why, I got o hungry
that t had to eat 6 times a day. t he now
fully recovered, thanks to
I tatl well a well, ft" who know
rae marvel to ace mo so well." 1).M.Jqhda.
7J;"Jii! w kaadatae and aUtoataeaa,
tiUlSKON. NBWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THE BEST.
Ther ar verv i:'nllr-. Fl
Wt Wo have I htm for
Black and are
J. J. EGAN
514 Port Street.
: CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Corner Qncii A Niiunnn Bis.
By Jim. F. Morgan.
At Auction !
TO-MOKUOW, Aug. :ii,
AT I0OMJII0K A M.,
A.T MY SALESROOM
I WILL SUM. AT rUlltIC AI'CTIOV
BlluKd ,t Hl.lI'l'F.ltS
FISE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
Household -:- Furniture
Oak lloilroi'in rietx Oak Klilftmatil,
Kxlonalon IH lii(? Tuhlc, llinlr'.
htc, IHu , Ktc, Kto
A New Fad !
I'lctiirra taknn In Masqiirrtite Co
tiinies at Itciltivctl flutes. The number
ut nppoliitinents already inuilu for sit
tings wli urccs'ltuto your qiIUiik and
niaklnc nu appointment
J. J. WILLIAMS,
unys" h goitig to do HOint
more ru) tug. Jimt itjud tlicso
prict-H mid compare them with
other udvi'1'tiHenii.'ntH of u liktj
nature. 'TIh usuIcsh for uh
to declare cvoiy day u Clear
ance Sale. You know bi ttcr.
NTo house can Hell trood at a
loss continually. You, how
ever, will not give us the blues
by buying every piece of goods
in our ntoic at the prices we
intend to tpiote you. I have
(tiughams (no need to tell
you they urc not shoddy ; you
know it), 1!J yards for $1.
You don't lmvu to come uny
enpeeial day to buy our Col
ored All-wool Dress Goods.
You have always paid 75e.
for these gooils, never Ichs
than 50c. We are now sell
ing them at ifm. and the
more you buy tho better. I
must nave room lor my
new fall stock. Wo have a
full line of Scotch Ginghams.
Thuo goods have been sell
ing in Honolulu at -.c ; go
ing and most all gone at my
place for 10c. Our Victoria
Lawns, which are of the very
lincst quality (these are the
best value- ever offered). 10
yards for 50c. You will ilnd
nothing but cold fact- in this
column, hut it is to your ad
vantage to buy Irom mer
chants who give tho most
goods for the least money.
I am offering my White
Lawns and Muslin" at 10c,
French Sateens, former price
50c., going at 'Joe, and my
Figured fswiss Muslin at the
same figure. And your boys,
the pride of their mother's
heart, no excu-o for their be
ing shabby after reading these
pi ices. Suit 10 reduced to
i.5U; 0 Suits for 2.f0;
I 50 Suits for i?l ; jut think
of it a complete suit for $1 .
These are unheard of bai
gains and as our stock is as
limited as it is fine, an early
call will be to your advantage.
Yours for business,
J. J. IOoan.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In immtianco of an order (miici! nut of the
C'lrniilt Court of tlio Hr.t Clicnli, the un
dml;ned will sell at l'ubllo Auction
On SATURDAY, August 18, 1891,
AT 12 0'OI.OUK NOON,
At thn front entrance to tlm Jmllplvy
HnlMIng, nil tlioc tau lo'r of l.ttml
owned In conmiim by Mrn. (VilIU Arnold
and thn M. K. Nowt in minor, mtutto In
Katawahlne. Iliitiiiliilu, nenr ('unha's on
Vineyaid kttcct, the miiiio living iiaiin 'J
and Hot Xnjal I'nttnl .Nu. Ill, lind Com.
inUslon Award 111, Imi'il to N II. Kclkv
mil for Mukaliopn.
i'licsn Hpanas beliiK wllli'n a few min
utes' walk fnini the 1'ii't Ollliv aro iuut
ilfilrabltt for liomrlots, and tlirlr location
Tlieupieiprlce will brius) for apsnt '1
and flli'i for apnunX To lie ioM hcpar
atcly TliPiiroals: apntm'J, lut.Uuuiinna,
morn or less, aiatm :i, llji.To unaiia, tuoru
TKKMH OASII In United Stales (lold
Coin, and ilcedH at vsiHMiiic of ni cliaers
Sale to be subject to vouttrnmllnu of the
tW For further tartlunlar rniulre ol
CoiiimlnlotiiTof Fale, Jtnllciary llulldlnc.
Valuable Land Fcr Sale
AT PUDLIO AUCTION.
In tmriiinnco of nn order hriied out of
thu Circuit Court of the rlrt Olicult, the
unUvrtlKiicd will nil ut Public Auction
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sizes and Qualities, In Plain Unt'on, In Usle
Thread, In Open Work and Drop tilltih
Gall for Adeline Black Stockings !
WK ALSO 1IAVB THU
IIERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Black, for I.ad!n In all Sixes which wo are selllna
i 60 n Doien Pair.
Removal Notice !
On SATURDAY, August 25, 18191.
AT I3:.T0 0'Ct.OPK P. M..
Of alii day on tho premises thut eerlnln
idecn of Land Mnnnlnn to tint flnli of
the Intu Aulonlo Mnutelio, ili'ivtiied in
totute. tltuntnon thei'.rner ( lUckwith
and Meicnif Ntreeto, In Piiniihuu, llmio.
lulu, the Maine coiilulnliiK nu ureit of 0TU0
ipiuro lert iiinro or Ii n.
Properly kooiI for a hotiiehd, mid Is In
a heuiihy loo.illty.
To'Iiih uro i'iili and ilrcUnt esiennof
purcliBM-r. Sale to he kibti-i iu riuillriu
atlnnof the Court.
tW Korfurthur parlleulnra ennulre o(
Conuulnsloner of Sale Jmllulury lluliillni;.
M. S. LEVY will on August 1st remove
from his present store on Hotel street to the
place formerly occupied by Benson, Smith
& Co., on Fort street. After I get setthd it
will be to your advantage to note the prices,
ttc, that will appear in this column.
Kwong Sing Loy i SING LOY
07 Klti St., "Tboam Block.'
51-83 King Jl octr IicoiIm Si
Moioa Tele, m P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tela. 68A
P. 0. Boi !07.
C)iim8.o, .lapaiioHe and
I udiau Silks, Laces and Linens,
lrnli.ui (io. .i !
12a A IM FOKT STIIKKT.
IN AM. ITS
OnlerH from the other Island In
Bulging, Trimming, Piloting, Eto , Cto ,
Promptly Attended to.
JupuncJic Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurf,
Grass Cloth, Uattan Chairs, Etc., Eu.
102 Foil Street.
NICE THINKS FOR THE TABLE!
A YOUK (sltOCEU KOK
AUGUST 11, 1894,
Commencing at 2'30 P. M. Bbarp.
S RAOES !
The Rand will be In AUtudance
W. WIHGIIT, Vimv.
(Bnmemor lo O. Went.)
UAHAKUA HILL COMPANY.
AT TUB ANNUAL MRKTINO OK
V thn Hamakiu Ml l.l. Co, held this
.'list dny of July, IMII, at Hih Ollliti of Then,
II. Duvlei ,V Co., I.M., thf fo.lowlliK UIIU
crH wvru eluiHod to ecrvo for thn oiihiiIiik
TreuHitrnr . .
Then. II Dnvles
K. M. Saiiiuv
W. If. llulrd
I". W. HoliUwnrtli
T. It. Keyworth
Honolulu, July 31, lK'H.
A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lints of Kniflish and
4 M . -fc (a1 at
iiiuenuun ouiungH. rerieci in guaranteea.
OABHMBKR8, LINRN'H, LAWNS, MUHI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Tablo Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Ku-..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
LAUPAHOEUOR BUQAB COM
PANY. A T THK ANNl'.W. MKBTINO OK
tho iMt'HMinr.uitr' Siimii I'd,, held
till-. Diet day of July, lll, at tho Olllon of
Then. II Davit's To.. I.M , thu (dliiwlng
Olllvcrs nnro I'h'i'iiMl to nrvu for tho lull
Tlii-o II. Dnvles
1 M. Huiuv
.. W. II. ILHril
1'. W. HnliNuonh
.T. It. Kti)uorlb
Ill NUUANU STKBBT
M KKC11ANT TAILUK.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED
NKW STOCK OV -
OushnieriMM aiiiI Sorgot ,Iusi Uf.eivtvi !
suits rnou m u ux
Ury OooiIh. Fanoy Ouods, Lawus, Etc, Etc., Ei
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description
tar This Bwurt wilt always ba loboil Helldble .mil Good Vainn. l
MliohU PMUtrnon CJosHt AKnt
, 50 Ceni
Kiittlos clo,- on Aiinil't Gth, at I'J
o'cl.1. k noon, t Hi" Utile ol 11. 1.. l
: lci, Msrvhsut sir. si. IOV7-1U
ilotiolulii. July III, ivit. lir.17 lit
furtuitr Wttntod in Oil Vont.ariiiR.
Work to or.lnr. WniiM IILu in irul n
1'iirliiir in lh hiulnrx. to furnish iu
chlinry itn.l, If ilr.lrililu, Imrn thu hu.
Iisti, llitvu nlnr Kiwcr. Hunii i'i ol tlip
work rtn tttuu it I thn Hl'I.I.KIIK Olllcn,
llAH liu WII.LUil MANZUn,
Temple of Fashion
Ol jTort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgt iuertatat ol ladlu1 isd Chlldran'i 8boa.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Urn line of Wool.tim itt 2Thj. Flaimnlultwii, 10 yartis for tl.lki.
IJrmva ami Wliito (Jottoiis, from rt to 'M yanU, 11.00 tmr nitcu.
AmoBkyaK UiuKliamn, ,12 yanln for f 1.00. Uiuit' ami LatlU' IJnthliiK Suit.
Silks, bnliiiR, SurgtiH, Lawui ami Dross Goods of riry docriitlon.
M. O. SILVA, JProprietor.
D.iily Bulletin 50 Ccuta por Month.