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FRIDAY, AUG. 8, I8W
Sum Walalcalo (rum Hnmakua
Tiicwday, Aug. 2.
It M 8 S Monotvsl, Carey, for tho Colonies
l-'MIMY, Aug. 3.
nunr Klnnu for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p m
LOCAL AOT OENKBAIi NKV7D
Tboro will bo no bacoball gamo on
the League grouuda tomorrow
Tho U. S. S. ri7iiadolt)hia will
probably leave for Maro Island on
tho loth Inst.
Go totne Scottish Thistlo Club
hall this evening. Thu program is
Minister Hatch has eonented to
having thu baud play at tho bicycle
Tho Volcano on Canvas.
For Sydney, per It M 8 H Monowai, Aug
2 J J Ileum, J J Slater, Mrs J Cnrdozn and
in a Id and 3 flccraito.
For Maul and Hawaii, ptr sttnr Klnnu,
Ane.t l'or Volcniiot Ml5 Mnri;nrut Uoucli.
MrsWH iluo-, Miss l.lllle l-ovo, llert
Peterson, V CllHord, Mr tUllhriw, 0
Wallin. J I) Loudu-r, K I, Hook, Mr Wll
llatiii. Kor way porn: Mrs Llr ullvcr,
Mrs A V Iniitati, Mm K l' Unv and clilid,
Mrs J Weir, Mls H It Nutrnhl, Ml si Ku.
kulu, II ro Henry, Alex Nniralii, A II
Hitchcock, llro rrniicl-, 1) II Hitchcock,
Jr, Uros lunatliis, Charles 8r, Clmrle", Jr,
James, 0 1' lulloch II l-cinon, A I) Unld
win, H J I.yumii, Kirlicr MhxIimc, Hona
Yenturn, J .l Mon-nrmt, NiniIi Kiuihnlif, J
F Jonas, ri lljldum, ttlicr I'nul, O 11
l.tttlier. Master HiN, Mi's K Thompson,
J li Unit, Kd llnghc nnd 2 clill.lrcti, Mn
Ounn and daughter, Ml t Iviiilninku, U 0
Ccnti r and daughter nnd uhoitt " dirk.
n. n. TTWcliPnolt. Jr.. lnfr. for Hilo Slnco tho arrival of tho S. S.
and tho Volcano by tho Kinau. lie Monowai from San Francisco there
la rrnmtr in tnnltu nllllllin nf I lie ham boon BOVOral reports CtirfOUt
p'linniruil nlino of tho creat nho- I about tho movements of tho two '
nouionon. Mr. Hitchcock has about I war vessois in port. Inquiry elicits
completed a largo oil painting of tho information that the U. S S.
tho Volcano as it appeared at tho Philadelphia will leave for Mire
height of its recent unusual activity. Inland about Wednesday or Thurs-
Tlie two new stcitnthlp which oro lie
Ing built fur tho American Lino by Moors.
Crump, of Philadelphia, nro ti Ixi culled
tho Si Louis and thu nt. l'uitl, and will he
launched, tho former this luuntli, and iIih
latter In beplombor.
With the 1st of July of tho trident year
law Mli io Into lore in Sncdun which
makes li cotupuliory for every v'sel of
more ilut iuiexinter tons to uikon pilot
on leaving a Swedish port. The i'Iiium
made will be rpf,iiluud by the carrying
capacity of each tevvl and not by the uralt
of water, as formerly.
The luinorlailo'is by the 8 8. Mntiiwnl
from Ban Kralidno rVrrdiy were: M
packages r.tnrn exhibits, A cncs lump
ieur, zvnit- brehlvrs, (Wl piek.ic,'' wine,
!iicaes whisk), 'J.4ciM.-4boUaiid shoe,
30cfl-es sarsnp.rllla, l'J packucs tobat-cn,
74 I'Uckng.'H oiilfiis, I Ml piicknKen fn.ll, 00
pbckofrrn potatoes, Mi hartvls minion, 'JZ
boxes cheese. 0 kes ork,.1 hnskitx vei-u-tabic.
11 pavknRu butter, I on kegs inr,
Ul packnitus llsli, 3 limn cotton, 'A enies
ayate ware, IV trunks, 'U p.tckns liCMjkn,
3j ptckaijci salt Hull, to hax Kiiritc, l'.'cites
cheese, '.' uses clttarA, .1.1 pjikaire II. II.
p.oodi. 157 bundles nlirs. in can-ar-) unit-
uiu, U boj.-s coin ?v.',ij, c(j p ickagos hew
iatr, II fu'ti scwinit iiitichliies, 7 rase
i and 30.H p.ickaj;es mercliandlso.
AM HA.N'S0 VirKA.
Arrivals July l.", bark Sennlmy,
day: Juiv -Jl. bark (lon. 3J iIiivk: July
VI, schooner Alice (.' oke ami bark Itobert
Huddvn.all from Honolulu, Jul v 14. hark
races ou Augus
Thorn wero Gvo stowaways on the
S. S. Monowai yesterday. Thero was
ouo woman in tho ctowd.
"Quakor" Jono, the wclMtnown
vendor of native fruit jellio.-i, is poor
ly at tho Queen's Hospital.
Tho S. S. Monowai brought $52.
000 in coin jestorday from San
Francisco for tho two local banks.
Tho monthly mooting of tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Associa
tion will bo hold on Monday even
Tho Qiiitun aro saved. Tom
Quinn of tho Pacifio Saloon register
ed yestorday and tho country is
saved. . .
Tho French cruivr Dtiguay '
Trouin may bo expected to drop in
hero within a few days on her way
Koloa, a native, pleaded guilty in
tho District Court, to-day to soiling
liquor without a license. Sentence
was suspended. j
Thorn will bo no band concert at ,
Ktnnia Square to-tnorrow afternoon, i
on account of the combined baud
coucort In tho evening. i
The old canons and carriages wero
rot timed from tho Midwinter Kair
by tho S. S. Monowai yestorday.
Whuro aro tho crowns7
Tho Mauuorchnr Harmony Club
will meet at ":!!() o'clock this even
ing for rehearrnl, at the usual place.
A full attoiidauuo is requested.
To-tnorrow oveuiuir will bo a gala
night at tho Hawaiian Hotel. In
addition to tho baud concert cele
bration a French dinner will bo
Col. J. II. Dlount tho "paramount"
wan telegraphed for to join Messrs.
Wtdeuiauti, Cummins and Parker,
tho Hawaiian people's delegates, at
William 1J. "Wood, a native Hawai
ian, returned from Sail Frnucisco
on tho S. S. Mouowai yestorday. Ho
uroiiirni many rencn oi ins visit to
. It shows In the backirrouud tho vast,
I snow-crowned domo of Mauna Loa,
which makes a tnngniucont foil to
the ruddr-hued molten lako in the
! front. Doth tho liquid and tho
solid lava aro depicted as roalistic
I ally as brush could do. This due
work of nrt is intended to bo hung
, in tho ollico of tho Oceanic Steam
ship Company's agency J. D.
Spreckels & Brothers Company,
I Volcano Excursion.
Tho Kinau wharf was crowded
this afternoon nt tho departure of
' tho Kinau for Maui and Hawaii.
1 Tho Government band was ou tho
I wharf and played lively airs prior to
Tho British cruiser Champion will
probably not loavo before tho end of
tho mouth. No telephone connec
tion could be had with tho latter
ship owing to a broakage. Minister
Wodohousc, however, granted the
Special Rights Citizens.
Up to yestorday evening the num
ber of registered voters undor spo
cial rights reached tho total of 150.
Twenty wore rejected bocauso they
did not come up to tho desired re
quirements. Very few took tho oath
to-day, hardly any Hawalians going
thero. It may interest not a few to
state that about 150 have taken the
the sailing of tho steamer. Frank i oath who did not participate in tho
Hoogs personally conducted excur-1 recotu election oi ueiegaic.
hart Breath, Heart Trouble, Rhei
sion to tho Volcano was composed
of ten members. Tho quartet club
of Hawaiian singers accompanied tho
excursion party, which will bo ab
sent about ten flays. Tho following
KnmtirUu tlm Vnli-nnn linrtr
,...,... ... .....,......
.Mifs .u. Koacn, jiiss i-iiiy L,ove, i ui.-mi.-s
W. H. Hoogs, Mr. William, F.
joirs. F. L. Clifford, Mr. Hoil-
brttn, G. Wallin, J. D. Letcher,
In order to introduce Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy hero we sold
several dozen bottles on strict guar
antee and have found every bottle
did good sorvico. We have used it
and think it superior to
any other. . 1. aiownur, darvis
villo. W. Va. For sale by Benson,
Smith Si Co., Agents for the Hawai
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
3ST. S. SACHS
sao rort Jtrt, fConolutu.
lira. L. it. I'alii
Eagta Crock, Oretoa.
enilnc 0. F. Cruder. IS davs frelii llllo.
IrUConsticIo, la days from Kahulul; July
uriuie, iu iiuys irom lino, juiy
D. Hjireck'li, 17 das fjom Ka-
VJ, brig J
tieW. O. Wilder. Auuiist (I. ..trk C. U.
llryuut. both for Honolulu . bark Cotton
for Honolulu; schooner Allen A, lor Mthu
koua, barkcntluu C. F. (.'rocker, fur llllo.
Departures July .11. barken-
VniH. U. Wilder, Auuust U, b.trk
Arttclo on Poarl Harbor.
Claronco M. White of Honolulu
has his uamo on tho title pago of
tho Illustrated Aturtricau of July 1-1,
being tho contributor of an excel
lently written description of Pearl
Harbor and tho recent surveying
operations, under instructions of
Admiral Walkor, at that placo. Tho
articlo with illustrations occupies
two pages of that periodical. Mr
Vhito has contrived to got about
nil that is worth telling of the har
bor into the limited space men
tioned. Best of all, his information
is exact anil lucid, merits that are
painfully absent from much that is
, written on Hawaiian topics.
The next steamer for Japan will
carry away n young Portuguese of
hard character. Ho will go to tho
Orient to bo treated for leprosy,
which hat developed in his legs.
Another young Portuguese residing
in Pauoa is reported to have leprosy.
Several Portuguese seen about tho
matter rav it Is tho result of "eating
bad fish."' The lad will bo taken to
tho Boccivlug Station at Kalihi.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
i and organ maker and tuner, can fur
ulsh Dost laolory reteronces. Orders
left At Hawaiian Nows Co. will ro
ceivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
WII.I. RKBL'MF. I'KA'TIRK
"I hT tired here In Oregon for the rt
twenty rears, and most of tlis Umo hate been a
very treat sudercr from Inflammatory
rh amatltm. 1 hare also had wliatthe doctor
tailed heart disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp pains In tti left idle. I derided to take
Itood't B.trsaparllla, and before I had nnlibid .
Uirce bottles I was In better health than I had J
bun for yean. I do not hare any pain now. ,
sleep wU, and to-day no woman of tny age
Enjoys Better Health
than L At home on the ranch I not only attend
to tny family housework, but last summtr 1
eared for and milked four cows. I do not (eel
that I can say half enough In praise of
Mns. L. M. rAtxe, Cattle Creek, ore con.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy In action. Bold by all drusUU. SSe
rIOBKON. NEWMAN A CO..
A (tents for Hawaiian Island
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THB I1K8T They ar verv K'aMlc, Fast Mack and sre
absolutely Stainless We have them for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Bites end Qualities, In Plain Cofon, In Usla
Thread, In Open Work end Drop Btlteh. . . .
Gall for Adeline Black Stockings I
WK A 1.80 HAVK TUB
HRRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
rhtch we are selling
Warranted Fast Dlack, for l,dlo In all Sizes
$2 60 a Dozen 1'alr.
St nenr Emma.
I MSI lw
WINHMIW-At Oakhnd. Cal..
lb ll, to the wlfo of Herbert tl
low, a ion.
VAIiLINO OVV IK HAOKB.
Uitinnlah Oroatly la Number
In Two Yours.
Tho number of hacks for hire has
dwindled down to uot much more
than one-half what it was two years
0K. Then, nceordiiiK t Hack In
Hpctor Sam Macy, the utiiuber of
hacks was 2'i(). At proenl there are
only 110 llconseil linckn iu town. OI
these a Inrc number is owned by
Chinese Jclnm. Willi tho exception
of the principal hackstiuds. a hack
driver cousiderM himself lucky to
make a dollar oi a dollar and a half
a day. Tho drivers attribute the
ditniuibhiuK of their trade to tho in
troduction lately of live and two and
a half rent faro busses. Tho only
kick tho hack inspector has coming
is in tho collecting of license foes
from delinquent hackmen. Many
are unable to pony up readily ou ac
count of tho hard time.
Chester Doyle, Y. 1). Ash and Dr.
Mooro ouirht to draw a biir house.
They will appear in tho oiil.irtalii-' j,,,,,.,,.!. azmnon, 1W1 tho irood
menial me ncouisn inisiio wuus ; f t to receive a small Dottlo of
nan tuis ovuiiuiK
Thero was a very successful re
hearsal held by the Government
baud and tho l'hilndelphia's baud
this morning, for the combined con
i Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera ami
j Diarrhtua Iteim-dy when three mem
bers of his family were sick with
dyi-eutory. This ouo small bottle
' cured them all and ho had some left
erl at tho Hotel to morrow evening, i which ho t;awt to Geo. V. Maker, a
prominent, tiiorciinui oi tue pioce,
Lowiston, N. C, ami it cured him of
the same complniiit. When troubled
I it'll li ili'ointiirr ilinrrlimn. i-fille nr
day. They found Ihe plnco n poor , ,.l()orft morbus, uivo this remedy a
one for soouritiB employment oinuy t ,rjn ml vou wj H, moro u,nn
l"u- . . pleased with the result. The praise
men will he mat utiiurniiY ioiiowb un iiiinniuc
J. J. EGAXT
514 Fort Street.
A number of PorltigucKn men and
their female relatives retunied from
A meetinu of young
leld next 1 uesday eve
enitiL', for the I lion nud use has made it very popu-
mirtiiiso of f..rthi.rliiL' tins interest . lar. 'i-t ami Ml cent hottles for sale
of tho club for tho ndvancenienl of j by IImiimui, Smith ft ;Co Ajrenls fur
aot'inl mwl i.iliiivitinnnl iuitiroveiiieiit the HtiW-llUlll Ihlaiills.
B. B. Mouowui.
The arrival of tho Monowai ended
a most enjoyable passage from Sau
Praucisco. The eutiro trip was like
a smooth water excursion. Smooth
sea aud beautiful weather prevailed.
The last evening out from Honolulu
a most enjoyable evening was hntl
with a splendid concert. Tho fol
lowing is tho program:
2 Vooul i lit. .
3-VouhI olo. ..
t MrlMUilun rll'TII"
6 Vi mi i rimu
o (Itiinuii t lioni'i
- V It I
I 1'Jjmo Jni(..
4 liaunuii t'liur.i
o Vocul Nilo.
C -Vocal Kolo
7 Ueriuiiii Chorus
. ..MIrh N'er!rl
of young Hawniiaus.
The Hawaiian Amateur Athletic
Club have orgiiuied a baseball nine.
It will not be Hiirpiising if n chal
leugo is Ixiued to the Kriiuehiiiuehns
iu the near future. Tho club has
begun active practice. '
William W. Harris and Cvelyn
Dexter were married by Itev. Mr. ,
Penrose at Central Union Church j
yesterday evening. A very pleaant j
reception was given their young
friends after tho ceremony. i
The price of tallow has dropped
10 percent and M. Urehaui sells now
seventeen (17) bars of tho very bent I
soap for SI 25. Also try his own iiu-1
ported Gentian castilo soap maun- '
fact ti red by Kraus Pros., Mauiiheiui, ,
J. W. Chapman caters for Uan
quels. Socials, Private Dinner Par-,
ties, Wedding or Garden Parlies,
etc. lie will in. pleased to call upon
an ladies or gentlemen who will '
kindly address him through the
Hawaiian boys who desire an
education to make them indepen
dent in life nro referred to tho notice
of the opeuiug of Kamehnuieha
Schools ou September tl Pupils in
these schools have the advantage of
a comfortable nud good homo while
taking the cotiros of iiihtruuiion.
James Spencer, tho athlete, is iu
training at tho AJoha btth-hoiiMt for
tho coming bicycle race between
John Wright and hiuiMilf to take
ilaco to-morrow. Archie Smithies
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
am! Nuuatiii street. Lxxlging by
day, week or mouth Terms: 2T ami
.'ill cents pr mulili fl and t'l.Jfi per
Per BarMintlue " IrmoarJ '
Hnyn" h goiiig to uo HOini
more my ing. J list ru.id tlusu
piieoH und compare them with
o'lur lulvtriiHeint'iitH of a like
nature. 'T'ih Urielens for ua
to d clmv every day u (Hear-
mice Sale. You know In ttcr.
No limine can fccll iroodh at a
loss continually. You, how
ever, will not give us the IduiK
by buying every piece of goodH
in our Rtore at the print h we
intend to quote you. I have
(iinghaiiitt (no need to tell
you they aru not tdinddy ; you
know it), l.j yards tor -fl.
You don't, have to come any
especial day to buy our Col
ored A II-wool DrcriB Goods.
You have always paid 75c.
for these goodH, never less
than fiOc. We are now Hell
ing them at IHc. nnd the
more yon buy the better. 1
must have room for my
new fall ftock. Wo have a
full line of Scotch (iiiixhuuiH.
Building and Loan Association.
'PHI-: it P.fll' I.Alt MONTHLY MI'.I'.T
A. Ingwlll Ik held nt the Chninlior of
t'oiiimircp on MONDAY I'.VKNINO, Aug
II, IMil, nt ": o'clock.
Btf rityincuts nro roinlrt-d In Hold.
a; V. OKA It,
TaVi- ndrnnlnffn of thr wondrrful
chnco otrrod to lki by itiw
Schools Open September 3d
Removal Notice !
M. S. LKVY 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 getsetthd it
will be to your advantage to note the priect),
etc., that will appear in this column.
have been sell-
Honolulu at 2h:. : go-
Write at.iinrn to
For the Manual l)riartmt'nt nd
ALICE E KNAPP.
OI iIim l'ri'mratory Po( (rttuent
Rntranco by Rznnilnniinn or Out-
eminent Cettlllcuto. 1)1 4iw
Ewong Sing Loy SING LOT,
07 Ill St., "Tbomu Hock.'
S1-08 lint Si.. MV ItUBIlM St
ttr IKI.M'llliNKh 121 -Wl
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Corner 0.iict-ii .t Nmiiiui Bin.
'J'UiHtlft Ulub Coucort
Following in the program fur the
Thistle Club eoneeit thU evening:
.. . Noillo .Mel.eiiniiii
Ilfulti'tlon .. . Mrs
Kline Solo .
U. I.. Kit mn li uii'l J as 1'iilhick.
WntrihxiiilDiii ... Or. Mnoro
Dolls and llottl.i " II. Arh
Hdlii; , . Minx Muscle I.UIiniiili
Hfcltutloii .. .Jlrs. Arthur I'tattiursloiif
Violin ."olo Jus l.toyil
IndiHii I'luli Kihihlilon . II. I. Fin iii' y
Tuptcul r-oiiK I'lichttT A. Doyle
bUllQr'a Hllrll)ilpe . . ..1) It llr.nt-11
Ocnrinn hole iN-ittih Airs) J . I'nllouk
1'rof II. JltT;nr, Aci-oiiip.'iulht
i mm m
M.v boy wa" taken with a ilisiiane
iMBeuihliiiu blood flux. The first
thing I thought of was Chamber
laiu'h Colic, Cholera ami Diarrluea
itemeil.v. Two iliibcb of it settled
thu matiei ami uuieil himmiuml ami
nell. I heartily recomiueml thin
remetly to all person still'erlug froin
a liku eoiiiplaiiil. I will amwer any
iniiiirie.s legartling it when Htnuii ih
ineloxiitl. I infer to any eiiuiily olll
oial ns to my reliability. Win. Knaeh,
J. 1'., I'ritnroy. Cauiibell Co., Teiiu.
For Hale by Uuiinon, Smith & Co.,
gtuU, fur thu Hawaiian Iilauds.
uig ano tnosi ail gone at my
place for 19c. Our Victoria
Lawns, which are of the very
I finest quality (these are tho
i best value ever offred),10
1 yards for 50c. You will Und
I 'nothing but cold facts in this
: column, but it is to your ad
I vantage to buy irom mer
J chants who give the most
goods for the least money.
i I am offering my White
1 Lawns aud Muslin at 10c,
i Krciieh .Sateens, foiiner price
fiOe., Kointr at 'Joe, aud niv
' Figured fowiss Muslin at the
same ligure. And your boys,
' the pride of their mother's
heart, no cxeu-c for their be
ing shabby after reading these
i pi ices, Suit $10 reduced to
i1.5(); 0 Suits for $2.n0;
Jl 50 Suits for J?l ; jut thinh
of it a complete suit for $1.
These are unheard of bai
gaius and as our stock is as
limited as it is line, an early
call will be to your advantage.
Your for business,
,1 ,. Kuan.
b,?Ltre;Vstl;;;e;M,,Ti:e KXS! The Bdiio will h in AUtudance notice to passengers.
poixlent'e on the arbitration (tile?-
lion iu St. AmlrewV Catheilral in Adinl5lOD,
published, and in dialogue form i a - . . ,
dihOUHsion of "Why we keep Sun- urna Manfl'
llooiiiH at No.
4 OsnlHti lrfn WW-tl
'IMIItKK N10KI.V KUK-
I llthllfll ItliOIIIH Bt Will-
kikl on the Ifach. Tt-rini
Tt-rv ruiMinithlo. Awily t
'lemiilH of Kieihlon, Fort trrct.
i I.AK'.h KUItNIHIIKl)
ItiHiiii (or sIiikIh u-n-tn-liimi
"Hunted mi Itere
UtiU tnit, K iiiinnun'
walk from I'oit Olllre,
has got thu handling of Spencer ami
a good raee is aullelpaled.
uutH ta tho principal
It in a ciiriotii eoincideneo to-dar
Mr. Ambler, a member of l'rof
.lioht, Miiih Berger't baud,eelebrated hifl liflieth
nuutvemary. lo morrow lie will a
nit iu celebraiiug Mr. Ik'rgi'i'h
liflieth nuniveriiary. To-day Mr.
Ambler had to do the amiable, but
to-morrow it will be quite diHernut,
The Honolulu Diocesan Ma;ta.iite,
qtiarlerl, has been in-amd. Ihshop
Willis I lie editor holds iu n lender
AUGUST 11, 1894,
Comniincluu al 2:30 P. M. Sharp.
S RACES !
. 50 Cents.
VI v AIKIKI ON THR
imrurii (or one or two Hill
ule UfiitlcniMi: hoard on-
lloiihl, t.ntlilni; fttullltivr K,ltKl
llttii tf HIM I.KT1N tlKKICK.
ID1U) Telft. 33S P. 0. Boi !07.sMQtQol Tele. 685 P 0 Bai !07.
S BIG STORES S
GlLJiM.'Ne, JapauoHu mid Imli:tn (i-xxl.l
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
.rupaucNc Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Snirtn,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kta.
rA Complete TAILORING &STABLISI1MUNT
with Competent Cutters und a complete lino of Eiiirlish and
American Suitings. Perfect lit guaranteed. .
CAHHMKttKfl. l.INKNb. LAWNB, MURI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Vulises, Willow Warn,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth. Kto., Ktc.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street
ll NCUAN0 STHKF.T
il KKCUANT TA1 I.HK,
PI? AND FINISH GUARANTEED
NKW HTOflK OK
atrt-fit now iH-rnnled by Mr.
J. II WoduhuuH Jr rim-
hhIoii itlvuii en AiiK"t l't-
lHrlU:iilurk ni) 10
r. ii. in hi r.,
.Iuki It.-. eiVtvl
8UITS rROU 14 t7f
Dry Ootids, Fancy Ooods, Lawns. Etc,
Ciooi. roMKniirsin K
J mid Nratlv Kilriilhhid
I HUIIKI-, lllKIlllot'lHlld
1'oinrnl lliiion i linri'ii :i
lluriitnniu xtri'i-t II gh Cullitn.-, I nr;i lo
t't, rjiifndld Ijiiiiu, nnd ovt-ry ronvt'iil.
euro. KiKinIri' mi iriiiliM or Mu'iiil
TclophoiiK ii lin.')
Gent' b Furnishings of Every Desonptiou
Temple of Fashion
SIB jTort Street
Iliuldy, tlm aci'inniili-lii'il
dent int. hlimvH Ida elteeriul rce in
tonn niiin, after n llyiotr trii d
AiiAlralin nnd on to S;in l'VaiieiH'ii
retnrniiiK- Hi1 nniiierniM eirele of
fiieiulHMill do kI'mI t MMt hint, nntl
lie will 111! ninny mi iieliniK void.
Dr. Untidy will resume iiim'tien on
Mondny next al hit ollico on lluio
taula, near ICniwa it root,
tw r.nirlc. i-lii-..- mi Ant-nut ilth, nt I'.'
iiVI.mIv Iiii.iii, nt thr lltlli'i-Of II I!. Will- ,
Ui r Mtn I I iri.fi llif7 III
I'u it nor Wiintoil in Oil VonuoihiU'.
I ,M l'lii:i,Altl.liTOi''iN'KSKKIl
1 Work in nrdt-r W'nuld Hko In ! n
I'iirt iiT In I In' lniliii, to liiridth inn-
I'liluury nnd, II dn-irlilo, linm tln hnl.
i iih4, lluri ualor xitti'r. Hnnii ci of llic
i wink inn U cin ut tlm lluii.KriK oilli'o,
lli.l In, WII.I.UM MAN7.UN.
IT. SONS JNTKMHNO ro
iiikw im-oiii-i' (iii Mfiuiii'rt of tin
I iitir-l nl.tifl Hti'iun Nuiiunilmi o friiin
ilnlioltllil, it iv liineln nitii"iii'l In imr
nliu.e lliikclH in tin VMntl OIHii" "I th
I'limiiilliy In-fur t'Milnirkiiii!, H"l uliy iw
wiiKur fiilllliK Indo mi .hull I if injlij-'t to
pay 'i'i i.i'ritiiil nf iIih n-Kuliir fun In nihil
linn tln.r.itn. t'lila r.il.' lll h tfli'tli fie
fnrtvd Iiiiiii mid ufti-r ilif Mdiiviif :ngiil
Fine House and Lot Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgs lisortiaeat ol Udlea' sns Chlldrsn's 8hos.
Large Line of Summer Gooda !
rlnnneletteM, lllyiuih for ll.im
W. II. Mi-l.UAh.
Iliintiluln Jul) 17. I"1
'IMIK UNIIKHHIONKI) OKKKHh Knll
nah llmt 1'iiik ll'-inmtriid on thi
iiimikii Kidi til lli-riluniii i tret t, urn f--t
nit ef IVnHcnis Htnl Tim l.nt hm u
frnnt of tnefielHtid iidi'pth of I III flit A
(loud llMidllti),' IIiiiim' in i;imm mm, r, full
iiiIiib i'urlnr, llinllu'-riNiin Kltnlii-n, I'hii
try, llrilntiin, Ha h nd Wuiit rtiiMt und
mi ellU'n nil the Inwir Hour w til l-'nill tin (I
lli-drnninii nil o. end limit Tlii'iu in n Mill
ttrtlitlnl ll.irn. I'onUlniiiu rwiihliilln room
Inr lo rnlut,'i'ii, WimmI blini mid bvr
rmita' IliMiin, h Horvnt' SV I', mid I mo
OikmI iVkt-iHMilk, Kurllii'i iitliMilit uf
'', It ellf. or nf
lUkt If H V UllHllkMk
Lorue line of Woolens nt 2J"h.
Ilrown and White (Jottons, from to 2il ynrdu, fl.tK) per pieee.
AiatwBMK wiukiiiihi", Vi yards forf l.U). Uenu' and LadU' IImUiiik Siu
Silks, Satins, Serges, Lawns and Drex (IihmIh of every desoripiioii
M. O-. BILVA,
t .i i .. ... j'i
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