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$lt gaily tlUlin.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15, 1894
MnnsrhATi Aor. 1ft.
Ani bklne 8 O Wilder. McNeill, 13 days
from Ban Franci'ro
8tmr James Mnkee (mm Knuat
Bohr Ualeakala fiom Koholalote
Oargoaa from Island Porta
Btmr James Make 183 bags paddy and 28
LOOAX. AND QKOTEKAL HTXW8
Rain still holds off.
I Soo now card of tho Anchor.
I Don't fail lo soo tho modern Sam
son nt, mo uporn uouro aaiuruay
For pongco silks goto Goo Kim's,
Also for othor articlos oleowhoro
Tho bark Amy Turner will prob
ably tako a nntnbor of Cbiuesu pas
spiigurs. Tho rank of Knight will bo con
ferral nt Mystic Lodge, K. of P.,
From San Francisco, tier bktno. 8 U
Wilder. AUB15-J W Bcrgstrom, H II Bj
For Kauai, tier Mmr Mlknliala. Aug It
O M Cooke, Mrs Mo.re. W Kts'ff, Mnti-ra
UUItdell i, Mrs V H Mclnr, Miss Wi-li-lorn.
For Man), pcralmrClaulln, Aug M
Mr 1'Wrn. Ml Malono, O M Walker, Mrs
J K loseua and child, It K Knltrlara and
wife, Bro Hush, H M Kr worth, T J
Leonz, D B Mulrcoik, Mr Mossman. Tlios
Murray, wlf and i children. Jus H Knlco,
Hros Mllllam and Anthony. Mrs Harden,
Misses Arnold '2) Misses Akana (2), Miss
Annie Holt, Mrs Nnkultia and child, Mls
Kami Kano, MUs Julia Lowell.
I. O. O V.
ThiMiarL Amy Turner bo tan HUcharirln
coal this morning. Bhu will Uaro In ftw
days fur Hongkong.
The American barki-ntlue B. o. WIMr,
Captain McNeil, arrive t this morning I3
days from Ban Francisco, with n vargKof
fonpral incrchitiidlsr, Incluillng a dick
osd of hay, grilli and fcttllUcr. She Is
docked at the Irmgsrd wharf.
To-day being St. Mary's day, reli-
lions services uero held in tho
oman Catholic Cathedral.
Tho trial of Mr. and Mrs. Luca
and four others for selliug liquor wa
postpoui-d in the District Court to
day until uoxt Tnoday.
Mr. Bronhnni will shortly bopln
tho praetiro of law. for which ho
obtained a Iiceno on his last previ
ous visit to (ho islands.
J. F. Morgan will sell at public
auetion, at 10 o'clock to-tunrrow
morning, dry goods, shoes, and a lot
of household furniture.
A number of Japanoo aro paint
ing the cottage ou tho Wnlkiki cor
ner of Nuuanu and School streets,
opposite Afong's residence.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: '2., and
WowilU per niuhli fl aim i.o tr
FOB MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT.
Young Hawaliaaa Undertake a
Thn society of young Hawaiians
recently organized met in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall yustorday evening, tho ob
ject being to adopt a constitution
and by-laws. A constitution some
what similar to that of tho Young
Men' lusliluttf of California win
brought beforo the meeting, and
sovoral sections pasted with slight
amendments. Tho mooting ad
journed to meet agnin on Thursday
evening at tho samo place. Thirty
members wore enrolled at tho pre
liminary meeting and a largo num
ber of applications for memlmrship
have been received. Tho objects of
tho society aro to secure a library
and reading room, to establish an
educational department, and to fur
nish a medium of mutual assistance.
Chum Lura, tho Chinaman who
Sureliawl the glass and paints from
eorgo Maliua, has been arrested
and charged with receiving stolen
Tho foreign lurv nanel was filled
up yesterday, tho required number
being drawn by tho presiding Judge,
under tho law rushed through tho
Councils for tho emergency.
Trial Lasts More Than a Say -Items
From the Clerk's Office.
Tho trial of Louisa Rodriguez vs.
Domiugos Gomes, which began yes
tetday, was going to tho jury at 2
p. m. to day. A unanimous verdict
has been rondered for tho plaintiffs
for $150 principal and 101.20 intor
est, total $511.20. Carter & Carter
for plaintiffs; O. W. Ashford for
The account of tho Parker Ranch
with tho trustees for the quarter
endinir March 31. 1691. has been
filed. It shows a balance credit to
tho estate or (HUS.76.
Temporary letters of administra
tion under $100 bond have been
grautod to S. K. Kane in the matter
of tho estato of Joseph Hoano Pole,
of Patioa. deceased intestate.
In tho cae of J. F. Bowlor vs. E.
C. Macfarlauo and others, J. J. Sulli
van, ono of tho defendants, has
sworn that he has uoither received
nor paid money upon or in relation
to any of tho matters alleged.
V. A. Kiuuoy, attorney for plain
tiff in W. C. IWock vs. G. V. Lin
coln and others, has filod a discon
tinuance. C. W. A'hfnrd, attornoy for plain
tiff in the libel caso of J. E. Gomos
vs. Tho Hawaiian Gazotto Com
pany, Limited, and H. M. Whitney,
has 'filed a notice to W. R. Castle,
attornoy for defendants, that ho is
requested to produce, at tho trial of
tho cause, tho charter and by-laws
of tho defendant company.
Annie Samoa by her attorney, S.
K. Kane, files a motion for $50 coun
sel fees and a reasonable sum for ex
penses in her divorco suit against
Ikuco Cartwright has been an-
pointed guardian of tho Roberts
minors ununr ouuu uuiiu.
Reception to O. D Oilman of Boston
by the Local Ledges.
Yesterday evening a reception
was tendered to tho Hon. Gorham
D. Oilman of Boston by tho Odd
fellows of Honolulu. The affair
took place in tho rooms of Excelsior
Lodge, No. 1, on Fort street, of
which Lodge Mr. Oilman was a
charter member, Joining in 1815.
There waa a very largo attendance
of members from Lxcelsior, Har
mony and Rebekah Lodges. Tho
room was very prettily decorated
with bouquets of flowers and
wreaths of evergreens. Tho recep
tion was hold after the routine busi
ness of tho Lodge had been trans
acted. Bro. J. O. Carter delivered
the address of welcome to Bro. Gil-
man, which was very appropriate.
Similar addressos were also given by
District Deputy Grand Siro Fishel
and Sister Nichols, Bro. Oilman
responded in vory eloquent terms,
his remarks being listened to with
the closest attontion Excelsior
Lodge was started in 1815 in an
adobe building on Hotel stree,
opposito Dr. McGrew's residence.
From that time to the present, its
name ''ExcoUior has been success
fully carried out. It is in a flourish
ing condition. lu the intervals ho
tweon tho addresses, thero were
recitations, piauo solo and vocal
duot by momber of Kobckah Lodge.
Tho whole affair was very pleasant.
And Catarrh In th Head
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
3ST. S. SeA-OKS'
a0 rort atrt, Konoiulu
AID FOB THE HOME LAND.
J. J. Egau has broken his resorvo
of tho past few days. Ho has finish
ed a successful clearance sale, and
JapanoM Resldnnta Contributing to
the Sinews of War.
A number of Japanese mot in
Engine Co. No. l's hall, corner of
Nuuanu and Beretania stroets, and
l di-cidcd after some discussion to
Tho rohearsal of tho choir of the
Second Congregation of St. An- j
drews' Cathedral this week will tnko
place at 1:110 o'clock Saturday after
noon instead of Friday evening.
In order to iutroduco Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy hero wo sold
several dozen bottles ou strict guar
antee and have found every bottle
did good service. We have used it
ourselves and think it superior to
any other. W. I. Mowret, Jarvis
ville, V. Va. For sale by Beusou,
Smith ft Co., Agculs for the Hawai
having opened out his now goods is , .,s..rbo a sum of money to bo for
now holdiug a graud reception. warded by the next Oriental boat
or the assistance of tno .lapanoso
government in its fight with China.
The Japanese colony is being can
vassed by agouls appointed at tho
Tint nhtnean aar their Govern-
J. V. Bergstrom, an organ and meut ha no need of money, as the
piano tuner, arrited on the S. O. Emperor's graudmot her has donated
Wilder from San Francisco, with tho ' forty millions of dollars to bo usod
Intention of locating here. Mr. I against Japtn. Tho local Chinese
Hergstrom has visited tho islands aro boasting that It will only bo a
Au night yonr old native lad
named Nalua struck another boy on
the back of the head yesterday
afternoon, cutting a nasty gnsh.
Nalua has boon arrested for assault
l lnukoa, Agent of Crown
The guessing contest in
over. The Drews Pattern wns
won by Miss I.cnu Bnins,
who, though tho nearest on
her guess, was 3.00 below tho
value, while Mrs. Harry Le
wi, who wins the Bccond
prizo, was $310 over tho va
lue. Out of the 1(382 people
entering the store duiing the
week 1CG3 won prizes in get
ting out and out bargains:
16b'3 peoplo purchasing goods
out of 1G82 entering the store
is touching high water mark.
The goods and prices have
done it, and show conclusively
that you know where to gt
your money's worth.
This week Embroideries,
Laces, Fedora, Real Torchon,
Valencien, Black Spangled
and Beaded Laces in latest
novelties. Also we want to
call your special attention to
Ladies' Ribbed Vests in Cot
ton at 10 eentH, 124 c nts, 15
cents and 25 cents; these
have only to be looked at to
cause you to buy them.
Fine Pure White and Egyp
tian Lisle at 75 cents. All
wool Ribbed Vests in White
and Natural Colors, Silk
Ribbed Vests and Merino
Low Neck, no
High 'Neck, sleevis; they
are beauties and new goods.
Wo open it large htook of
New Goods brought by tho
"Australia," tho last of this
B. K. MHLRttS & 00.
Lands, hns handed tho Bulletin the
Biennial Report of tho Comuiifsloii
ers of Crown Lvids. It contains HG
pages and several maps, and was
compiled by Mr. Iaukea.
(). R. Harrison, practical piauo
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
uish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian es Co. will re
1 matter of time when Japan will bo
Marcus Oolburn In Difficulty.
A meeting of tho croditors of
Marcus Colburn was held this after
noon. About twenty wero present.
The liabilities wore stated as about
$1:1,000 and tho assets as probably
worth three or four thousand. The
nriucipil secured creditors aro
Messrs. Wagner, Mclntyro and J. F.
Colburn. Mr. F. Macfarlauo was
appointed a committeo of one to
confer with Mr. M. Colburn on his
affairs, to report to-morrow at 2
p.m.. at the Chamber of Commerce
rooms. Mr. M. Colburn has been
Thrae Whit Men Held Him Op on
the Pall Road
About 7 o'clock yesterday ovon
inir a tolonhonn messairo was re
ceived at tho 1'olico Station from
Kanoohe, Koolau, to tho effect that
a Chinaman had been held up by
three while men on tho Pali. The
Chinaman was ou his way to Kailua.
and when half way down the Fall
ho mot the three mon, who ordered
him to throw his hands up. The
Chinaman became friuhteued aud
made a move to pass, when he was
pounced upon and assaulted, t ive
dollars wore taken from his pockets.
Tho mon loft the Chinaman lying
on tho road and started to come to
Mounted patrolmen wero des
patched on the Nuuanu road, but
the men could uot lm soon. A man
at the Halfway House told the offi
cers that he had seen a tall white
man pass that place on his way to
town about 0 o'clock. A descrip
tion of tho man was taken, but up
to this report nobody has been
Mrs. de Fashion (to her new Chi
nese cook) John, why do the Chi
nese biud tho feet of their womeuT
John So they not trotteo 'round
kitchen and Iwtuereo cook. .'c,
Mr. tr. r. Tuclter
Rottburg , Oregon.
" 1 f ct thst It I j ImpoMlMo for m to t to
such In tiTor of Hood's Sauai'itlllx 1 was
a trrat sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
tn mjr head. Job's comforters faltcd to comfort
tn, and I suffered fiom numerous kU
Agony DoyonrJ Description.
When I began to take tlood'a SirsaparUla t had
ttx of them, only four of which came to a head,
snd itneo then, thanks to tlili good medicine, 1
hftts been free from this neat nffllctlon. I
calned 11 pounds In tlirco weeks. Ilia Catarrh i
in my nrau vwm n nn iroumrn me ror rears nas
also lieen cured by Hood i BarjaparlfU and I
Hood's s Cures
am enjojrlnff eood reneral hMllh. I earnestly
r.'conimenil Mood's r-ftr-iarlll.i to oil who are
tUllclcJ." Vi. L. Tec Kbit, Hoieburc, Oregon.
Hood's Pills cure all hirer Ills, Dllloue
oess. Jaundice, ludlgejUoo, Sick Ueadacha
HOIIKON, NEWMAN A CO..
Apent for Hssrsllsn Islsnns.
The Adeline Black Stockings
Art oartalnly TUB 11KBT They sr very E'sMlc, Fust Mark and are
absolutely Bultilesi. We litre ihem for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Hlzes snd Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In t.lsle
Thread, In Open Work and Drop Hilu-h . . .
Gall for Adeline Black Stockings !
WK AI.80 HAVK THE
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fait Black, for LadlM In all Bites which we re nuIIdi
2 60 a Dozen 1'alr.
Don't Be Handicapped
411 NDUAN0 STKEK1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc., Etc.
i Rid the Best 1
yi lYvvrf w7ftr
I.IKK A I
W Htyle ami Fit Onarsntred I'rlcr Mcxlrrat
lTJit-aal Telephone 543 "Xfct
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
THKKR 18 NOTIIINO
J. J. ECA1T
514 Fort Street
pmIvh prompt atleutioii. All wrl sonimiy 111 lor six uiaiiiua past ana
KtmrAiitiMMl IoIm tliMsntiiH iIoiih ' uiiftuio to mhhiki to utuinuss, wii ivii
id (ai'turj '" tlU mniii catisu of his tlitliouUics.
Tho stoaiuur Jatuos Mnlteo return-1 Thoi youiiK Hawaiians who havo
fed to port this morning from Kn- frmwl n iniitiinl improvomunt so-
iaa, Kauai, Willi tin? nssisiaiico 01 t.fV ili.swrvii to bo oiifoiirftttod.
hor now smakoxtni'k. W Itli tho ox-
coptiuit of tho loss of tho old smoko
slack rho n'i'oUod liltloor no dam
rK'o. Shu is on tho Mnriuo Railway
Thoro WA4 quitu a crowd nn Talauo
Sqtinro yustorday ovouiii(? to wit nuns
tho liattaliou (frill by tho irovcru
niont forces. Aftfrashort drill by
Lioutennnt-Colonol Kihhor tho mon
uoro inarohud around to Ilurctmiia
strool and back to tho sipiaro. Tho
liaud lod tho tnari-hiui;.
Tho HalanrHoat Club will moot ! noap for f 1.25,
in tho Chamber of Coiumoreu rooms
at 7:!k)oVlock this ovotiiiitf for tho
purposo of coiisidoriiiK tho proposed
sito of tho now boalhoiiso. Tho club
is iu a nourishing condition, sorornl
now uiembors having bcou recoutly
added to tho roll. A full attuudauco
Without solicitation tho Bcllktin
would siiKKOst that anybody having
books or mnnzluos to spare might
(ivo thoin to tho society for thoir
roadiug room and library.
N. llroham savs that a Chinese
I artist painting a sign on the side of
tho Honolulu Soap IIouso foil off
I tho ladder, but his life was saved by
his dropping lu a tin of soft soap
awaiting shipment. Out of grati
tude for his oncapo the artist wont
iiiHluo aim bougut 17 bars of tiaru
Two Japanese editors, II. Aoki
and H. ilizitno, hare been served
with penal summons to show cause
why they should not bo adjudged
Utility of libel in tho first ilegreo.
I ho article uoiniilaiued of being iu
Japanese, it could not be deciphered
by tho reporter. Tho enso will enmo
up iu the Dislrutt Court ou Friday
Mrs. Mario Kuhai died at tho resi
dence of J. A. Cummins, l'awaa, at
11:10 o'clock this morning of mal
uriul fever. Tho deceaxed was ill
about two weeks aud was aitouded
by Dr. McLennan. Mrs. Kahai was
born at Muuoa, Oahu, December 1!1,
1851, and was consequently about
forty-three years of age. Sho loaves
a number of brothers and sisters, i
Tho funeral will tako piauo to-morrow
The football tenuis of thn Mono-1
lulu Amateur Athlelie club had prao-;
ticeoutho League grounds jester
day evening. About twenty moiii- '
hers participated iu tho practice, j
winch consisted or tackling, running
...t.i. .1... i it rAllE.,... .. I. ...... ..!... '
will) ilia u.iii, iuiiiuh mi ii, miiiKiiiht
etc. Tho boys were vory entliusias
tic, and expect to muko it very warm
for tho champion l'unnlious uext
hoason. Another practice will be
had to-morrow nvouinu'.
Herbert II. Ilygrave, tho young
EngliHhmnii Hint a San Francisco
paper raid wn on his way to Japan !
to enter tho naval service of that
country, arrived right side uj by tho ,
biirUeutino S. O. Wilder. Mr. 1J-
grave Iihh two uncles in r.triiameui,
is a nephew of llishop Keadlo of
llrightou, and a brother in Inw of
JnuiesStraehau, one of lint largest
tea planters in Ceylon, It is said ho
is not going to Japan, but after see
ing tho islands will return to Sail
b'rauu.Hco, Ho Is a uaturallzed
AT TUB ItKIUTI.AR COSVKSTION
of Mshtiu Iiimik, No '-', K of P.,
tht Hank nl "Knlnlit" Mill he futilorrrd, to
uhli'li Mil Knl(,-ifuniiirillally liivlteil.
IVr onlt-r of tliu 0. V.
1110-U K. of It. AH.
Auyttxt Ifi, 1S94.
My Clcanuicc Sale wns a
Hiiccchft. It did jimt what I
intended, vi.. : cl ared my
shclvcH and gave mu room to
diuplay ray Now GooiIh. They
aro ull oion and ready fur in
flection. I shall only men
tion n few leaders to-day and
I want to head the lit with
We have all the standard
hrand and in the latest
shad a. Wo also iceeived a
largo asrtortment of
Silk Glow and Mitts,
NOTIIINO QUlTi: HO OOOII.
a E WALKER.
kttrm IIiiiiiiIiiIii H
Oyster Cocktails I
Bauor Druunen !
Straight and Mxcd Drloks
Of All Kinds snd llet (iiillty.
Boatbwast Hrrui r King & Nuu'.u Sta.
Partner Wanted in Oil Vuneiirinic
Work to ontt-r. Would like u n'i a
l'artnr In the huclnesn, to liirnlpli ma
oliluvry ami, If d-irll, Irani tins IiunI
nrks tlaru waur Hmur. hamp of tlif
sunk ran t wh-ii at tilt lli'l.tuns Olllr.
llM in, Wll.llvM MaN.KN
Woodworker Wanted I
Until li KlmtClnri
Hawaiian Garrlaga Hatmlacnirlng Oo.
IIIX) :it No. 7n Q'lven Street,
KEA.LANI BOAT OLUB MEETING.
A N AWOU11NKI) MKKTISO OKTHK
V 11km, am IIiiat Oi tut will to held at
tho Cliutnliur of ('niuiiirrre Kooms on
WhD.ShbliAY KVKMNO. Auic. Ift, 18'H.
at Ti:t0 o'clnuk v u , fur the r.lfullon nt
OllU'om for tliu ninuliiK jtur.
O. i: 110 A HUM AN,
O. I.. C'bahhk, Acllitgfit'crcUry.
r Bsriannit " tramara "
ThouHandn of yanls of tin
above goods ut reasonable
Now we have mentioned
something that eatehes yonr
eye ; these Ctirsets aro the
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect fit. prettily
finished, and what more
need I nay.
These goods are the
that ever graced my
their ennui cannot
'PHKKK Ntl'KI.Y Kllll
1 nuheJ Itooitm at Nn.
4 0rilin Ijn.
'PHKKK NIt'El.Y KtIK
1 ninlifit Kiinal Wnl
kiki on the h-nnli. Tenim
mrv rfKNinutile. Annlv t
leiuiliol Kisstiton, Kort utrtt.
The number of merchants who are about to
dispose of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable aud the uttar
disregard for consequences so far as th-y (the
sellers) arc concerned is mother singular feature of
the day. Buying and selling Dry Goods is a pecu
liar business and one that tequires constant atten
tion, aud judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of our merchants must
have a stock of goods that tire shoddy or shelf
worn. I sell Dry Goods at a fair profit and give
you your money's worth. If you arc in need of
Dry Goods after the "Australia" comes, watch this
Ld. S. LEVY,
Who hns removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'s old place, Port street.
KwoDgSingLoyi SING LOY,
W Clli St., "TMou lloct."
It-OS tint St., mi atmisi li
Kimiiii for IiikI Kn
tlenmn oltunte! on lli-re-tanU
NtrtMM, lb mllillW
walk from i'ost Ollicu
luiul Tele. J3l
P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Teltv 685
P. 0. 801 Ml.
v I rtAlhlh.1 ON TtlK
Z Oniii l, ruiulortalilt-iiisrt-rH
for one or two Bin
elf (Jpntlemeii: busrd oo-
tlonsl, bathlnif lttcllltl koo1
urui It uni.i.KriN
(JIuiitiHO, JiipannHO mid ndism iim t
Indian Silks, Laces and Linen,
.riiiani.'se Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Kattan Chairs, Etc., Kto.
A Complete TA1LOUING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete linn of Kiilish ami
Ann-rican Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
I'AHHMKKKH, l.INKNh, I.AWNS. MUHI.INb
1'i.iiN and dot run
rr- I Ki KI'itMKr tvt -sua
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner Quwii A Nuttunu Bn.
Swiss Dress Goods
WHITK AND CO1.OKK0
Dimities, Storm Serges'
A word all the above
goods are absolutely new, and
I as the real entitle man said,
"If you want to get iu on tho i
ground uoor, now is your
For business only,
J. J. EGAN.
Fine House aud Lot
rpHK UNlrKUSIONKD Ot-TKItH KOK '
1 sale that Kltic llonienU-ml on the '
1 iiianka side of llf n tunla slrrvt, 1I fert
vttut of lVtiHHcola ntri-l The lot huw a
Iron! nf lui fi-ct Hint a dcptli of N.I fe.tt A
Good I)w flliuu IIoiikh in mihhI rniiMlr; run
tain i'ltrlor, niiiinir-riMini Klli'iivii, I'an
try, llpilrooiu, Haih snd Water Uloit and i
' mi olllci-on the liover Hour with hour (io. id
I ll driMiins on bei oncl Hour. There U a mib-
stnnllal Ham, roiitaliiliiKTtui Stalin, room
i fur two CHrrKCB, Wood hlied and brr
I Tunta' IUmiiii, a rWvntits' W U. and Two i
Oik1 Oii.I)OoIh K'irlhr iartliiilan ol '
tli n nf i
"THE WORLD DO HOVE"
And rut does the Mmoi(!r Pi vl ewlm
have inoiiii ed their .MifMMim'ri, on
I iihinililii III )i'l-
I'tinWiiuw" (Ills to
Ihuv will ilellr
nn lli uiiuiii, ,,r Mimii'us
hy mi) oilier iiii'IIuhI huI inui'lu'liuipir
"PONT III! A CLAM I"
hnv.- time and iilhi-' 1'V iiln Hie Mrs-
L. M. JOHNSON, s i ManaKor.
Usui m -TE1XVH0IILS isUl 6&U
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hata I
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trunks, ValiHes, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ete.. Kw.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
SI TTort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Ursa iaaortatot ol Laaltt' tad Unlldrto'i Bboaa.
Large Liue of Summer Goods I
Law lino of Wixilmm at 2To Klannolotton, 10 jnnl- for $1 ill
Brown anil Wliilo Ooltons, from 8 to 'M yardx, $1.00 tmr moco.
Amuakoau UiuKUauiB, 12 yard forfl.U). Gonta'aml LadW HatuiiiM iuiu
Silk, Saliua, Sorgim, Lawua and Urowt OooiU of ovor doaur!lion
M. Ck. BILVA, Proprietor,
Daily Hullotin 50 CoutH por Mouth,