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TUKSDAY, SEIT. 25. IRM
Monday. Sept. 21.
CASS Wartlmoo, Plnl, from Vancouver
Tufhiiat, Sij.t. L".
CASS Warrimoo, IJInl. for Colonics
Btmr Wniali'ule for Lulmlna and Uiiuiaktta
at 4 p in
Btmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p m
Btiur Clamllne for porti on Maui m . p m
Htuir Mlknliala for Knunl nt 5 j. tu
LOCAL AND QENEJlAL NEWS
Seo nilditions to Mr. Lovoj's fialo
I Mrs. JI. M. Thirtli will" Wturo at
Tlieofopliy hall tin's overling.
Jlrcent nilvii-os by (lio S. S. War-
l riinoo (Kioto tlio nneo of sugar at
Sir riobort JJorrou arrived with
hi sou by t ho S. S. Warrimoo yes
terday, to join Lady llorron and
How jolly, to rido in a bus to Wat
Vosaoli Leaving To-morrow.
Hktnp Amelia, Want, for l'ort Towti'i-nd
Stmr Hawaii for il.inalt
From Vancouver, tcr(l A B 8 Warrlmot,
Sept 21-0 , Carter, M n 0 Curler, K o
Yuilhp, Cnpt Walker, Mlis tlu I.vln, V A
Hosiiier nml wife, Jtnl o it 1'" llfckurtiin,
wlfrt ami run, A l'cik, K Biritron, BIr
Itobcrt Unoti, W Horroii, ami IiJ in fan
For Mul anil HhwmII, p?r ttnr Klnnn,
Sept 2 1 Volcano) President), lenml wife,
MlssClnra l.,le, Mm low nml 1'iof llrlh'.
ham. Way Hirii: ltev llMinti WlllW, I A
Uutchln-on nml wife, J M Jniue', l)r M
(lrisiimn. Iter Vnther I.e)ii'r niiil buy,
Captain Mll?ap', U I' laukei, T I' Latin inr,
ItcvJ Knllno, (' II Fnrrvr, M'm Amhii, I. l
Wight, Mrs It K Dllllnitliam, AnnleSiul li.
Lletilenaiit Knnae, private J Kllplutu nml
W) prisoners niul ut-uilt Ultlcek.
Tlie biirk Mclrou will le-ivu fur Urn
HuUtnl In ballast after ili-chnrtfliig her roul.
Tlio barkcnllun A iiictiatnuy nutlet nw.iv
U)-day for t li" Simml w hero Tic K0''i lo lo.nl
lumber. Hho had nut el t ami ntn late hour
The 0, A. S. 8. Wnrrlmoo. Illrd nmMcr,
arrived nt lorlock jestn div nltcrnoon,
from Vaneotiver via Vlelor.n. Shu loll ilin
totter p"it n Sept. 17th, tit 4 :.'!) p tu. The
Watrlmoo hr.iutfht T..U tons of Irelnh', for
SPKOIAZi OFFICER SHOT
Seoms to Have " Weedod Killing,"
ns Mark Twain's Story Says.
Tom Dorroll, a burly colored man
and a special policmiiarj, wai shot
in tho leg by Bob Robinson, pro
prietor of tho Euroka House, corner
of Borolania and Maunakea streets,
about i:.'!0 o'clock this morning.
Dorrell routs a room in tho upstairs
portion of tho 'Eureka House, anil
for several days pint has been carous
ing and causing disturbances much
to the annoyauco of the proprietor.
for livo routs! That is what , Last night Dorroll aud Chas. Kuud-
now- half hour
A Grand Foaturo
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that whilo
it purifies tho blood aud scuds it
coursing through tho v-ius full of
richness and health, it also impirln
now life and vigor to ovcry function
of tho body, llunco tho expression
so often heard: "Hood's Snriparilln
made a new person of mo." li over
comes that tired feeling so c mmon
Hood's Pills aro purely vegelnble,
perfectly harmless, always ruliabln
Judge 13iekerlon, wife and son ro
turned bv tho S. S. Warrimoo yes
torday from abroad. Thoy aro in
tho best of health.
King Bros, say something to-day
that ought to bo carefully weighed.
They tell how to decorate your
homes at tnrderato expense.
Captain Miltaps, of tho Salvation
Arm', left on tho steamer Kinau
this afternoon for ililo, Hawaii, ex
porting to return on the return
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
ud Nutiaini street. Lodgiuj; by
day, weok r month Terms'. 2.) and
f() cent pr nihf: tl nl f i.7J it
Tho board of trustees of
Queen's Hospital will hold a special
meeting in too Chamber oi Loin
merco at 10:JtO o'clock to-morrow
A Chinaman was taken with fits
while standing on tho Kinau wharf
this afternoon. Ho was picked up,
put in a wagon and driven to a
Or.lw.iy it Porter have joined tho
literati. That is, they prove them
selves, elsewhere, to be well lettered.
It's their lino slock of furniture that
V. G. Irwin it Co., Ltl., havo re
ceived by the barkeiitiuo W. II.
son (special policemen) and two na
il vo policemen retired, to JJorrolls
room and according to tho state
ments of tho first two named drank
tho Japanese liquor, "saki." All
four otllcors wero supposed to be on
duty at tho time. Finishing their
"saki" Dorroll and Kuudsen walked
down JIaunakea street and mot Tom
Collins, n sailor belonging to the
American bark Jfelrose. They were
hilarious and creating a good deal
of noise, and wore quieted by other
officers. Tho specials invited Collins
to Dorrell's room, whero they drank
moro "saki." Knudsen asked Col
lins whether ho had any money, and
tho latter handed over fifty cents.
Jforo "saki" was procured by the
specials, aftor drinking which they
becamo all tho noisier. Tho sailor
lefl near midnight, aud whilo walk-
I .. M M.a I ll.l.J.1. Blb.i.1 1.n..l I.mIF M ..
. iii4 uii muui'it niiu?i. uuuui uaii 1111
l.m.' hour later nit Kuudsen with a valise
Estate of a Minor -Steamer walma
nalo in Court
Henry Smith, master, has filed his
report on tho fiual aecouut of C. P.
Taukca, guardian of Uwini Turton,
or Kauhema, a minor. Receipts wero
S52.7.05, and paymonts H8!K)12,
showing a balanco in hand of .f5Cd.
03. The master finds the accounts
prima facie correct, but an over
chargo of $123 25 on account of
commissions. Uwini is now the
wife of J. D. Johnson of Kona, Ha
waii. Tho will of Petor Porter Ka
uhema, under which she inherits,
has a proviso that in case of her
failuro to have issue tho property
would descend to one Uwini, tho
wifo of James Auld and to hor heirs
aud assigns forever. Mrs. Johnson
has not had issue, but tho wifo of
James Auld has diod and her hoirs
are not now in the Republic.
William O. Smith. Atlornoy-Gon-eral,
by his deputy, A. G. Jt. Hobert
son, has filed a claim in the Circuit
Court for S77.nO against tho steamer
Waimanalo. The bill is made up of
towago in distress, wharfage, taxes,
10 percent penalty, aud advertising.
Tho nuprome uourt is hearing ap
peals in term today. Present: Chief
Just ice Judd,Associate Justices Bick
erton and Frear.
and other articles, includitu; a cold
watch and chain. Kuudsen, who
was protty full at tho time, asked
Collins to strike a match so that he
could look at tho time. Tho match
was struck and it was seen to bo
1:30 a. m. Tho special allowed tho
sailor to carry tho watch and asked
him to go with him. Ho directed
the sailor, who was a strauger, to
tho Police Station, whoro he laid a
chargo of robbery against him.
Kuudsen claims on his side that
ho saw Collins in a room on tho
lilucgato premises, Jlerchaut street,
takiug tho valise, watch and other
things, and lured him to tho station.
The articles wero fouuu this morn
D ,',.-.,, ,., I 1IIU UUIUIU9 UIU IUUUU IIIIO IIIUIH
imondalolof Alniknii Mi guano, . j ( bo tho projJOr,y of Uaawi
also a consignment, of .Olilaiitlt & ,,, ownwl 0 tlfo Bluegato,
Co.'s celebrated high grade forli- w, makos Knudfion'ii story int.
Ancxmnliiaticii for Tennliar' i'rlnuir
CartlllatK wilt ho held lit tho Helmut
Home, Llhue, Kauul, commetirliint 11 a.
m. hnrp, on 1'ltIDAY, Uetolur r nml
BATUItDAY, Uotoicr 11. All unrcrllll
cntcd teachirion the Ulaud niu reunited
to be prvut.
A LATA U T. ATKINSON,
luH'clur.(lencrat ol Sehooli.
uzor. ...xKnM. t t.i fM liift ii.t
- - I IMUHIIIIIU in tllU IIIVI' ,! V Mf
There nro important cases in carrying tho valise, coat and other
which tho diOVrcucu between half a trinkets himself, whilo the only arti
heart and it whole heart makes just ' clu tho sailor had was the watch,
the diirerenco between signal defeat t mid whou he found himself in the
and a splendid victory. "Tho Sun Police Station he suspected a game
outshines all." and hid tho watch, which wan later
m. i ..n. ...... ...i. i-i..i.. -..:.. ..i found inside his pants at tho back.
rv?I. iV Li ulH i X li CJolIiua was tried iu tho District
rrotn the Oojist, will leave on tho r, , , r,i ,,nt ....tit v nml
steamer W. O. llall to Mart a corfi-u au !inrLnd 3' K '
iLfi?l.v&lL I1m3- tll0 ,',., discharge, stating that
Both mo visitors. tm) vaw WM an uJoty om)( aml
ThnS. S. Jliowera will take tho ' i hi miud seomed much like a put-
plaeo of tho Warrimoo next month, . up job.
iim liiiii'i i iu iii iir ut KiiiiiuiiiiK
Tuenday, Sept. 11, 189.',.
We begin thin wi ek with I
New Goods, New Dr.ss Tltt GeDlllne P, D,
Gno'ts of every description,
Lawns, MunHiis, etc., etc.
ThehC new goods n'c trade
winners aa you will agree
when you ixainine thrin.
Some of the bet bargains of
the season arc in thcfC new
Grin and Bear
Is Jiift what every lady must do who has bonpht a Corset that does not
lit iter. Cor.'etibcmt.'hl of ns fit, became wc only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried and found the correct style
Whilo in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent shoo merchant
of Des Moines, Iowa, had quite a
serious titno of it. Ho took such a
severe cold that he could hardly
talk or navigate, but tho prompt use
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
cured him of bis cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his examplo and
half a dozen persons ordered it from
tho nearest drug store. Thoy were
profuse in their thanks to Mr.
Kahler for telling them how to euro
a bad cold so quickly. For sale by
all doalers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Thoso who think themselves
worldly-wiuo act in various
ways that are both interesting
and instructive. You can per
suade a business man into
anything good by the int lli
gent use of wire aud mode
rate argument, but this hu
no weight with a woman
They liku what they like be
cause . Thoy are more
careful, know values better,
and will not be deceived. To
tain Quick tNilcs and Small
Profits without meaning it,
would be suicide. "Wo no
talk it and no micax it. Our
SALiiS snow you also, believe
it. It's those who may be
unacquainted with this fact
tout wo ure trying to reach.
Wo said we would mention
Woolen Goods thU week
and so wo will. We have
been making considerable
effort for somu time back to
buy the best to bo had in the
line, and will offer this wcok
soinc of the haudsoiui st Cash
inert sever offered m Hono
lulu. Our evening shades of
Colored Woolens are po-itivo
beauties in fact in our line
of Colored Woolens it would
be hard to ask for what )ou
want and not find t. Thct-e
goods run in all qualities with
Quick 8alcs and Small J'rolit
Wo have a few remnant- of
Jtlaek Cashmere, just what
you want because they are
yours fur little money.
Wo alho want to in -ntion
llANDiCKiu'iur.rs. We have
some very haiiilome uuhrui
dered ones. AIm). a good
jituck of desirable plain ones
while cveiy counter in the
store will convince you of a I
we say aboul Qui' k S.ile. and
I. Jj EUMimS & CO,
nt Sydney. It is likely the Arawn
will ret no from uio route alter tier
next trip from Vancouver to Sydney.
O. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
null be.-d factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian N'evv Co. will ro
coiu prompt attention. All work
Luarnuled lo In tin. nam ilniie
in fact or v
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinner and
garden patties. Weddings a special
ly. Ho can bu found at all hours nt
Sans tiouci or will cull on any Indies
or (.'cntlemcn who will address hi in
through tho Post OMeo.
Prof. Hosiuor ami wifo, of Oalnt '
College, aro back from their sum-j
iimr'd vacation. They wero greeted
with the college yell on the wharf
as tho Wnrrimoo was approaching.
The faculty aud nearly thu entire
school wero on the wharf.
President Dole lefl by the stentnor
Kinau this afii-rnoxn for Hawaii.
Tin Hawaiian llau' was living at "lie
inastlu'wl, and tin government bund
stationed on the whiirf gave ilni pr--idont
a parting xiticnade, while tho
field batteiy fired a -alien.
Tho ladies who havo tho arrange
input of the Catholic fair iu hand
are working hard to make it a mic
cohs. Tho it Hair takes place iu thu
Berelauia street Armory on Oct. 2d,
and the proeuods will be donated to
the repairing of tho church orgau.
Departure of tho Prosidontiul Furty
for tho Volcano.
The Kinau wharf was packed this
afternoon nt 2 o'clock when tho good
steamer Kinau steamed away from
tho wharf. On tho upper deck wero
President and Mrs. S. B. Dole with
Mit-H Clara Dole, Mrs. B. P. Dilling
ham nud others, who are on their
way to the Volcano. The Stars and
Stripes floated to tho breeze at the
foremast aud the Hawaiian flag at
the main mast. Tho Government
baud on the wharf was playing one
of Burger's now marches, whou som
oue bhotited out, "Hero comes the
P. G. holdiers." livery neck was
strained to catch a glimpse of the
glittering uniforms, but instead of
the soldiers a line of prisoners iu
white aud blue Miipcd suits hovo in
view. There wero thirtj-two iu
those suits and four iu tlio common
pri.souer'h garb thirlj-sK in all.
They aro going to lido to work on
the Volcano road and are iu chnige
of Lieutenant Kanae. Put-hint; the
Mioro battery President Dole was
saluted with twenty one guns.
llirthdny Party j
Cain I). Wiliokai outcrlniund his !
f.'llmv members of tin- (Juinlut Club
al dinner at his rc-nlnuce on Riclt
ItnU htiei'l vealerdny evening. The
occa-ioii wai the lir-t anniversary tf '
tint birth nf lo little daughter and '
the happy father was a-Miluoiin in i
his, atteiitiveueSN to the comfort of
Ins gin-Mi-. 'I he he.'iltli of the young
one and her pan-nt. uas toasted, -after
winch tho club retliod to tho
vcrautl.t, wln-ro instrumental and :
vocal iiiiislc was remlen'il The ex-
ceueiil inune oi tun ivnuuiei. v. niu
attracted quittt a uuihlmr of out
bidurr, who mijojod it from the btruut.
Dorrell continued his carousal in
his lodgings nt thu Eureka House
after he returned from duty at 0
o'clock this morning. Hnbinson re
quested him to keep quiet or leave
his house, when the burly negro be
came nasty aud wanted to fight.
Kobiusou knew he had uo show with
him, so he took out a small 22 calibre
pistol and fired three shots, one of
which lodged in thu negro's leg.
Henry Lulling happened to come
aloug aud ho took the pistol away.
Thu police was notified and Dorrell
was taken to the hospital, where the
bullet was extracted. Dorrell, with
(ho exception of still being under
tho influence of liquor, is all right.
It was only a tiny bullet that hit
Knudsou, Dorrell and ono of the
native policemen havo been given
thu g. b., nud thu othor officer, who
was a new mau, was given another
Tho Empress Lino.
One of the Warrimoo's passougors
Raid iu Honolulu last night there
was talk iu Canada of the three
magnificent "Kmpress" stoamorH be
ing put on this route. They would
bo replaced ou the China route by
much stronger vessels, to cope witu
Northern Pacific gales nnd tho ty
phoons of tho Orient. Ou a recent
trip one of these steamers had ship
ped a sea' down her funnel.
A. M. Bailey, a well known citizen
of Eugene, Oregon, Hays his wife has
for years been troubled with chro
nic diarrhcua and used many reme
dies with little relief until sho tried
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcua Remedy, which has cured
her sound and well. Give it a trial
aud you will bu surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 25 aud CO
cunt bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith Ac Co., Agents for the
Do tlny not suggest
A New Dress?
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Divbh Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at
the countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
ou our counters, such us
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
Wfl have in all styles and all sir?
The R, & G, Corsets.
Kxtra long waist, perfect fit, In all stca.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist.
Perfect fit for nil ejjes, best for health, comtort, wenr ind finish
The R. & G. Slimmer and Nursing Corsets.
W have In
al) size.. The Butnlner Corset li usl the thlnx fur hot
Try our 60 Gent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children'! CorJcd Waists for 40 Cent.
1ST. S. SACHS,
620 Fort Strpet, : : Honolulu.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
01 KID St., "TtJOfflll Block."
Mutual Tela 338
P. 0. Boi 207. s Mntoal Tele. 68A
91-88 ClBf i nir IiooiIm It
P 0 801 107.
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits I
CiiCQ'otloDS Lead tu Correct Results.
llVirrr fuilf imtlr i mtttnie It in miiy..
fiijl fft.tf ii'kmI iiVdtrr. are urrwirfy rjii
tlif. I IV ure rtUUm l'Murff rrtnj ., fil tu i er
nnj hnmr,the rtrr nf wl.trh imiilil nitiiitiiti
thotf nut itoimitntftl iitth llir'iel.
It it lift uftt'HTii In (lit a f itl iiOfifrtrhtwj
nr riKjriiilinj In imlrr tu Imrrn mirk ufmt.
Tli? md luxl rririlnrtlin hhw In iir,
imiLfM it jHiiilhlf fur wiyr of minlrriitr mtnii
nt u r II tit thrlr irtnltliirr iifi'ililmr. In ijriitlf;!
thrir tntlefur the lifimtlfiil.
(Irtnt rnnijr fur the if.i; uftn'tr, In thr
lelritinn of mlijtrtt, I iiffuriltil ., uir irifn
plctnrct In thrrt farm nml iiiunlillmji from
iililch tn rrlrrt thr friimri.
Our nrtil nrter lif at it lint tu Lmnr irhnt tu
yiie nt ii furttiit, nt nny ttwr nr fur iihji )nv
)vnftfur thrrr It withlui) ltttrr limn n jilctnrr.
W Ami KISU IIIIOH. it the j-liicr tmjrt
Excursion to Waikiki
B OEJ2STTS I
You rememher that
week wo advertised the
opening of our Mil inery
pnrtinent. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you ubotit hus arrived
Kiblions, Loirs, ijiirge V ca
thersl'ipsand Whatnot in pro
fusion and under thu manage
ment of a competent milliner
who is able to MttiHl'y tho ino.-t
.1. .1. KG AN.
Colored Tweeds $7 50
D'lioiiiil 7 ro
EngliMh Serge 0 00
Boy Snits (elegant ) 0 00
By Lewis J. L'voy.
Choice Lot of Horses
Njtice to the Public !
CMITH WII.l. It UN
A C1IKAP EX-
r.ilon to Wiilklkl. A Hit- will leava
from thtiUM (ililnti'o Thcatni, Klnuitret,
nt Kviry llulf Hour ami Kv.ry llnnr
(daily) to thu Strmt car TtrminuH. Wal
II 15-1 w
A Strong Horse
IS THE IIUSL'LT OF CSISO
UUOO f'Ktl). . . .
A FKESU SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
JiimI ArrUc-il .er "S. (I. Wlliler."
CLEAUAXCE SAL13 OF
(lAI.I. AM) SKIS US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
'nriiHr tjuee it iV Niillanu Hu
liOTII Tl'.I.KI'IION'KS 121.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry !
riMIK KNTIKK STOCK OK CLOCKS,
JL Aatclnu miiI Juwi-lry rf thu unUcr
hlcneil will to illipntcil of at p.Icos nnvur
befurn ilrnunifil of.
C. HOCK CHOW,
A I. I, I Kit HO MS WHO HAVE
Watches or Clo'kn In my lions- nslon
for ripnlrH aru huri-hy nonllni to call und
Ki'tthum wlllilnoiiH niontli 'rum tlnailate.
otherwlie thf-v will lit iohl
im All hllli HK'iinxt C, llnck Chow
will ho uli on jirMi' tutinn; anil thonu
wh'inru imUbti'il to him nro rcili'Ht,il to
voini n ml imy tlio uiiii'iintH of their hil'n
lllll 'ii O. HOOK CHOW.
An Open MirtliiL' will he held hy
Atiw M. M. TJlUtJlS
TUKSDAV KVKNING, Snjit. 23tU,
At ill" Thcnsophlriil llnll, corner of
Mumim iui'1 Mai Inn ktievtv, In
l)oor will oen al 7 o'clock. Lecture to
I'oniiiii'iiiu pruni tly at HoVlouk
On SATURDAY, cept. 2U,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NO'N,
I will hell at I'ubl'o Auci Ion. In froniof my
Salutiooiii, without ruhrrve,
HORSES and MA.RES:
1 Family Black Horse,
IfiJi hamlH; 7 yearn oM , hruki-n to
I Race Horse, "TRAVELLER,"
lluht Ji-inlle horde In thu llw iiin
2 Bay "hLJVi H.S,
Ilroken to llnrnu.ii nt.il Sn n'le.
I WHITE MAVK with KIAI.-hrukeii to
Humes ami Hmtillu
1 WHITU UOltSK-bnktinio "urnuAHttnd
1 Stiniord Mire, "lltti Jciie."
1 Stanforfl Hire wtb Feat.
1 Bosmell Mare, 3-year old.
Alio, 1 Low Phubton.
Also, 3 Geolle Cows lu Calf
1 Mare and 3 Colts
and 1 Puny
Hot It broken to lliirncsn unl Sulille.
ChifiuM3, liipmiuHP and Indiiin Goods I
K3A Complete TAILORING KSTABLISIIMENT
with Competent Cutters und a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OP GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
tiOI.II OAK IlKDItOOM KKTS,
BOKA8. LOUNOKS, WAUDItOIlKB.
Miniums, Moui.niN03, Era, etc.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr Ito'l of 10 Yanln, ( 12.(0.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutttal 76.
buccuuor to O. K. Wllllami.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A TTIII. ANNIMI.MKKTINOOI'TUK
1. Htoi'kho ilur ii' tin- tlnimi.t! I'um
on .-iM'trinlicr in. ih'll, ut tin
IruliuV i ip..(I.iI).
tho followlliK ()lllrtir irn rii'lli'Ctril tu
rurvo iIiimii; thu ciimiiiik' .star;
W. II. Irwin I'rcolilciit,
!'. W. .M.ii'fiirlaiiu . . Vlw.l'rfihh nl,
V M. lilllanl .. TiviiMirnr,
( , ItusM' t-trri'tury anl Ainlitiii
iiunii nr miiM'tnni:
W. 0. Irwin, r W. Mm'Inrhilic and
Temple of Fashion
51 E7ort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Aiwortmenl ol LadJti' and Cblldrtn'i BboM.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
LnrL'H linn of Woulnnn at 2.ru. h'lanniilnttHn. Ill vrH fnr tl in
Hrowu ucl Wliitw CottDim, from 8 to 20 yaritH, $1.00 por pieon.
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Iijorttr and Doalsr in Binvon Dry and Fancy Goods
Lu ii - IVtm of i.vi-rj ili',i'riitiiin AUo, fni.h line of l'hlmn (lioi.
Pongee Sc "VTliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Mi'ht 1 Slavic and CJivi-n ChlncHi' 'IVu. Cww hliawla, Ktc.
IW Kit Oituriiiili'.il. rrit'oi .ModimtH. -n
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Daily Bulletin 50 Cents por Month.