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THUllSDAT, SEPT. 27, 1MM
Tiitmsruir, Sept. 27
S S MnrIpoa, llnywnrd, Iroiu San Fran
Strur James Makec from Knimi
Tiii'Rmv, Sit. 'i,
BSMurlx)a, llaywanl, for the Colonioi
atH p m
Amb.irkH 0 Allen, 'Thompson, for San
Btmr Ktniln (or Knlmkti ami l'unaluu at
Btlur Jas Mnkco (or Knpn.i fit B p in
Voasola Loavtuff To-morrow.
AtubgtnoWO Irnlii, Williams, for San
Fratiu co at 1U a in
From Ban Frath-Wfti, per H S .Miirlpon,
Hotit'JT Mrs V II A'llricli, lniu . utmoitr
and wife, John t'ow, Ml--! K Dniis cixli. W
H Unllev, K V Ferrv, W M Hurry, Mr V
M Ulllnr.l, A ClrrbiTilhijr, M M jl lll,k.
A 11 llfiilrtt, Mr- II .tuliiioii, T J Klnv.
Clifton Mnyiic, Jr, Lio.il Jiuum Mlie cli
M.d Wife, l' A Nnnn.irv. MIm Im'Iio few
Nniinnry, Mli Molt. Smith, Mli Mwu
Mutt-Smltli, Mis. Mny M tt-Hmltli. I: C
Maefnrlanc, liuv It I'ci'k, iUclianlH -ntt,
O NUHImtttr, wlfo nml '-' elilldren, W V
Terry, I, (.'impr.ell, V N lllreiainl t,
Morilnipr Hnmv unit wife. Mli Virginia
Kteveti, MIm Helen 8tovcii, Jean Weliicr,
(leit J Wlllry nml J uticrao. For AuvU
I mli Percy Ailiiinati'l wlfn Nod Attains,
It M Hliup'Oti. Mrs M ti Woinlcwk, Mini
Woodcock, Mm Ujtt WVde ck. For
Hyd'oj: KlMuson. V ll Hear, I. llni.
helm, wife and maid, Win Otinn, lien iml'i
Holt, K K Kerr and wife, l'lillhi Kyle lfu
ami 3 children, Mm Mary F Mull ihi-rtH, T
J Nolan, II 1'uradiH' ami w'fe. F Klnxlcx
Htid wife, 11 U WIchnrdK, T A Itohorts and
The following lmMirtation eamr on the
uliecro, I'M tVit twtati.tf, lt jikgs h
B. B. atlxiu: an pkt furniture, I" pkr
uiiecro, l'JU iktf tMtatoeti, rl likes lintel-
arc, 3J pkgo It A' 8, -il pkgt root;, 31 pkg
LOCAL AND OBNEBAX NEWH.
A liorco is wanted.
Tim S. P. C. A. will meet in the
Y. M. C. A. hall tin's ovotiing.
-.j, r t. Tlmro aro two rasps of German
J4 ii yv o , measles at Kawaialtao Seminary.
I'nrsnr Thos. Smith, of the S. S.
Mariposa, is thanked fur news
Tho Oovomtnont band will trivo a
cuiieert at Him Hawaiiau Hotel this
Mrs. V. U. Alilrieh joined her
htisliand to-day, having arrived by
A box eon tain I nt? r0,(KX) in coin
rriveil in llmS S. Mariposa to-day
from tho Coast.
Tho Hawaiian C'arri.iKO Mfg. Co.
announce priees of dillereut styles
of carriage cushions.
Ltdies will find matter of great
interest in n new ndvcrtfcotnout of
tho Dai Nippon store.
Seveu lepers were Inkon to tho
leper rettleiuent on Mojokai by tho
fcteanier Hawaii yesterday.
The Hawaiian ship Hawaiian Isles
left Hull on S-pt. Hi for Auttralia
to load eoa! for San Francisco.
Lord Thomas lbavsi-y and wlfo
were in New York Sept. 10 en rottte
to San l'Vancixco and Honolulu.
See tinw ndverlisemeiit of N. S.
Sachs. It contains a most attractive
list of new and toaonahlo goods.
Tho through passengers on the S.
S Mnriio.sa, took in tho sights to
day. Not n fow drove up to tho
Tho sailing of tho brigantine V.
O. Irwin lor San Francisco ba been
potponi'd until 10:110 o'clock to
The U. M. S. S Mariposa will re-
LATE FOREIGN NEWS
Dofeat of the Chinese Officially Confirmed.
frni, 4 caclriiut. CO pk!s iMi, (I jik;
clir, IS pkts matloiiery, 2" pk(ii hats, ;7
pK. n grocenes, -:i racK t ais, in likj?' " "
Kooilc. 57 pki otilon, II pkgt lolmro :ts
pk(i dry noiids, M iikg paiivr, Ui7 pkiN
miplcs, '."J pk9 ro A b.'er and t box olti,
Coath of Mrs H R Armstrong.
Nows was received by to-day's
stoamcrof tho sudden death of the
wife of Mr. H. 11. Armstrong, the
former Hawaiian Cousul-Ueiieral in
London, which sad event occurred
on the 23d of last mouth. Tho many
Hawaliaus who have visited Loudon,
and enjoyed tho attentions of this
estimable lndy and her husband,
will learn with deepest regret of the
irropainblo loss sustaitiod by Mr.
Armstrong, by tho sudden taking
away of his devoted wife, after only
two days illness, by peritonitis.
Thoho who think ihcinsulvos
worldly-winu ncc in various
wnjH tlmt nre both ink'ivKthitf
and iiifitnH'tive. Von can n-v-Hiiado
n biihint-hH man into
unylhing good by tlitj int. Hi
gent uso of wise and mode
rate IM-glllllUllt, but tllirt lit-
no weight with a woman
They like what they hUe be
caiihu . 'i'hev are more
careful, know values better,
and will not he deceived. To
tulK Quick Miles and Small
Profits without meaning it,
would bo Miiieide. "Wo ix
talk it and io mkax it. (Jur
salks fiuow you also, believe
it. It's those who may lie
unacquainted with this fact
that wo are trying to reach.
We said we would mention
"Wooi.kx Goods this week
and so wo will. We. have
been making considerable
effort for some time back to
buy the best to be had in the
line, and will offer thin week
some of the handsoim-st Cush-
mcri-B ever offered in Hono
lulu. Our evening shades of
Colored Woo'ens are positive
beauties in fact in our line
of Colored Woolens it would
he hard to nsk for what) on
want and not find it. Tho-o
goods run in all qualities with
Quick Miles and bniall Profit
Wo have a few remnant- of
Black Casbmcro, just what
you want because they are
yours for little money.
Wo alrio want to m ntion
HAXDKKitcmiKK.s. We have
some very haudcoine i mbroi
dered ones. Also, a good
stock of desirable phiin ones
while evety counter in the
store will convince you of a I
we say about Quiek S.iles and
H. F. KIILKIJS A- CO.
FOU BA1.K UHKAP.
TlltOKKN COIIAI. UOCK IN ilN
lJ tltlf. tu llll 1 i'- -i-l;l-l for li. mil M
WiiILh, roiiti.iilliK, 1UhiI, t tu.
tf Appli lo
At (ho iixravulioii nar of t'unlii' Ail
sumo her voyage to the Colonies at
8 (i clock tins evening.
will close at 7 o'clock.
J. F. Morgan will sell twenty head
of young colts from the Ktialoa
ranch, in the rear of J. I. Dowsett's
ollice, Cjiieeu street, at noon to-morrow.
Mechanics' tlouih. corner (InM
iiil Nuuauu strivit. Lodging by
Isy. ivik or tumuli. Tnih: 2l and
"(Ocieits tr nlifhtj $ nnd ll.'Ti phi
Tho fair at the Armory on Tues
day, Oct. '-', will open at 2 p. m. and
at 7 in the evening. A line program
of music will be rendered in the
Tim brli: L'Avenuire. which called
here recently in distress and was
sold in San Francisco, has been
charinrcd to take lumhor to Central
The .lap.itii-e cili.tm will send
three blind iiumi to China to take an
account of how many Ciiinaineu are
left nftr the last greal batlle. The
Sun outsliiiii'i all.
A little Mel)ra;er now atttl then
is relished by (he best of men. It
otniHilhes tho wrinkle out of caro
ai.tl makes ace high look like two
piir. 1 he Kuipiro.
A private letter from a gentleman
in Hongkouir received by the S. S.
Miiiipnsa slates that six Chinese
warxhips and nue transport had been
sunk by Ihu Iapnuc.
Il tins 1mi-ii ipiestioued why the
Hawaiian licpulilic iIoch not des
patch military nll'iccr to the seat of
t ho lapaii-Cuiiitt war for observ
ation, m other nations have done.
IImv. H. W. I'eck, formerly Y. M.
C A. general si-cietary, wtis a pa
sengor by tlie S. rf. Mariposa to-dny
from Sail Francisco. Il is said he
will t-tarl a Mel limlist eluireh here.
I'umpitig i going on night nnd
day at the M'tkik- nrtci-iau well anil
the reervoir full all the time.
Tito residents in that locality have
no kick coming in regard to tho
Major and Mrs. Kyle, of San
Francisco, arri cd this morning on
tho Muripn-a, cu route for Austra
lia, and will conduct a meeting at
the Snlvatl'Mi Army barracks, corner
of King aud Fort stn-cls, thid ouu
ing. G. It. Ilarri-on, practical piano
tud organ maker ami tuner, can fur
uish best factory roferencus. Order
eft at rlawMiuu News Co. will re
vieive prompt attention. All work
Miarautueii to be tliHsame as ilone
Tlie Dailey Stock Company has ar
rived. Sr vmul having been here bo
foro they were greeted by their
friends. The first performance by
this talented comiiauy will take
place at the Opera iloiiie ou Satur
There were two stovvawavs on the
S. S, Mniipns't from San Fr.uicisco.
Tliose were liauded over to Caplaiu
I'attersou, who will have them re
turned to tlie Coast on the bricau
tine Y. O. Irwin, leaving at HMO
o'clock to morrow.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
(jiii'is, Micials, private dinners and
garden parlies. Weddings a special
ty. He can be found at all hours at
Sans Sniici or will call on any ladies
or i.eiilleiuen who will address him
through the Cost Ollice.
San Francisco, Sept. 20.
Ily 3. S. Mariposa.
Mark Twain's firm (Charles T.
Webster tc Co.) show liabilities of
8101,101 with actual assets of S34,
101. There are over 200 creditors.
If "Christ come to Congress" is
the title of a book now being hold
in the mails by tho American post
odico authorities on account of al
A sugar planting company In
Louisiana is suing the Government
to continue tho inspection of sugar
plantations required by tho MeKiu
lev sttcar bounty law.
The Goulds aro starting tho Con
tinental Match Company to com
polo with tho Diamoud Match Trust.
They have a wonderful machine that
turns out li'O.GOO matches a minute,
invented by YV. F. Hutchinson, a
direct desceudeut of Hubert Fulton,
inventor of the steamboat.
A Denver telegram of yesterday
says: All records were broken yes
terday for long-distanco heliograph
signaling by the United States Army
Signal Corps, a message being sent
by sun flashes from Mount Uneotn
paghre, Col., to Mount. Ellon, Utah,
a distance of l&'l miles. Tho best
former record was 10.") miles, and
yesterday's record will probably
stand for years to como.
Two prominent German news
paper men iu Chicago are likely to
light a duel with cutlasses.
A Wichita, Kas., despatch says
Kiug-lllue, leader of tho Chicasaw
Xcgro-lndians, is iu open robollion.
His baud has gone out on a maraud
i.... i..... r i.... in.. .i.ii.. ... nt.i
man, is strong physically, a genius
in leadership, antl a perfect tyrant.
Al ualcsuurg, 111., yesterday, Alix,
tho trotting Queen, beat tho world's
record by coming under tho wire iu
The U. S. Consul at Hamburg is
instructed to detain all omigrauts
from Kast and West Prussia, i'osen
and Silesia during the prevalence of
cholera in thoso districts.
Two train robbers aro In jail at
Memphis, Mo., Charles Abrams and
Lincoln Overlleld. Abrams, who Is
dying, says McDauiel, the informer
ou them, planned tho robbery aud
coaxed tho others into it.
Breckouridgo was defeated in the
congressional election in Kentucky.
The returns woro Owens 8102,
lircckou ridge 70S".
Americans are reported to be leav
ing Nicaragua as fast as they can
secure passago on steamers, which is
a dillleult matter now. Property is
being abindotied or sold for Utile.
President Peixoto of Brazil has
olllcially denied tho report circulat
ed by the news agency that Da
Gama and other ollleers have been
shot iu Fortress Santa Cruz.
There is unusual activity along
the lino oi tho Panama canal. A
corps of engineers is expected soon
with a new French steamer. Kioa
vatious are likely to begin at tho
opening of the dry season in Decem
ber. The outrages ou foreigners at
Caablaue, Morocco, continue. Ou
the Kith the olliccs of six Kuropean
consuls were attacked aud looted.
Protests to tho Moorish Govern
ment were not heeded.
The rebels aro obtaining victories
A British syndicate is ready to
buy tho bank of the province of
Argentina for $:,000.0Ol) iu gold.
The Brazilian Federal General,
Guiamares, says iu an interview that
he saw General Suraiva killed by a
rifle shot and that tho body was
unit dated and the ears cut off by the
Brazilian Government troops.
Tho following telegram has been
roceived nt the Japanese Legation:
"San FriANCtsco, Sept. IK. Japa
neso troops attacked a Chinese
stronghold at Phyong ya-yo iu tho
proviuco of I'iug Yang, Corea, on
Sept. 15, and aftor a violent battle a
rompleto victory was won by the
Japanese, who look possession of
Ping Yang before daylight of next
"Moro than 20,000 Chinese were
engaged. Thoir loss in killed, wound
ed aud prisoners was immense, but
as a large number tied from tho field
their exact loss is not known. Gen
eral Tso is among tho prisoners.
Provisions aud arras iu itnmenso
quantities were captured. Threo
hundred Japaueso were killed and
He Was tu Honolulu.
Mrs. Byors, wlfo of tho millionaire
iron manufacturer of Pittsburg, Pa.,
is taking legal proceedings to securo
custody of her husband. Sho al
leges ho was kidnapped two years
ago aud had siuco been taken from
placo to place, generally outsido of
tho United States. Mr. Byers was
in Honolulu for some time a few
months ago, staying at Sans Sotici
In chargo of a lady nurse. At times
ho talked rationally and showed a cul
tivated mind, but was subject to fro
quont fits of depression. Although
ho loved this climato, ho was always
wanting to go away. At length ho
began taking violent turns, aud was
sent home via San Francisco.
Tuesday, Srpl. Jl, ISO.',.
We begin this week with
New GoodB, New Dr ss
(roods of every description,
Lawns, Mnsdins, etc.. etc.
TIicko new goods a-e tiade
winners as yon will agree , Qur $2.2o WaM will go for .$1.25 and 1.50.
wnen you examine inein. ( Q ?;j - w , t wH1 for 250
Snmn r rlin miuf li.iefr, 1111.2 .t ! "
the. Reason are. in thee new
TDUSINESS Like Life
Is What Yon Make It!
We are making it dieidedly lovely, by keeping
everlastingly tit it, evolving the bargains that
make business. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists I
We arc ilfterinlneil tu clear thorn out.
Tho Misery Doforo Taking
The Happiness AftorTaklng
Mr. it. Jl. liUftoji
llutuinoiilnn, N. J.
" C. I. Tfnoil ft Co., Ijincll, M.111.1
"Dcnrtdrsi Hum lcon In Mior liralth fir
SO or S3 years, nml li.uo trn tuMiiu ilucbirs'
mcitlclnc inuro or Irn nil ttm time. I di'l not
grl much relief. My Moml mi Inabrnt ti.ij
nnit ciysjidcmwainll run down. I tlmuslit I
tnuit dlr, lull imtlciiii; n-tcra I trstliuuiilal In
tho r.iTi In Ixliatt of IIimmI's K.irs.ipatllU I
liouEtit tliri'Otxittli'snii'j tiiiiiul tlmt It M. me so
limrli i'ixkI that I rutilli.tieil tal.lni! It. I w,1
without iih.'IIi. n!"llirnlly ilnp). nml Iri'l n
hernial ho Hunt nil llio Utuu. In l.ict I rniiuut
ilirrlln my li-rlliiits. Alter n-ilnsi'iiu l'tllfl nf
lluod' hatjrllU I loiiuil tl tl dullis tuo
much Rood ami now I cannot prnlso Ilia incJI
clnc too much lor what It has dinia (or mo. I
maillallciloMlcr wycars nM nml as nf
lllcteil ullli many nllmcut. tncltilliie kMney,
liniiii'lillh, nml e.ttutrh. Klm-n ikIhk 0 hottlrs
i HimhI'h s.ir.'iii mil 1 1 mil llho nnother inaiu
In lart I think IIihhI'h Hirsajmrlll.i ant mjr
Ilk'." It. II. Illiiliiii'.Uox '.', Iluiiiiiiniitdii, N. J.
tHood'o Pills nru nnnt nrnl ifljolrnt, ct
caiy tu uvtlvii. buM by nil UruUti. 'As,
Hobron Drug Co., Ld.,
Soli Aki'iiIh (or tlm ltuinlilln o( llnwnll.
Do ih''y not suggeMt
A New Dress?
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Drests Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at
the countless variety of
Llousehold Goods displayed
on our counters, such us
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week we advertised the re
opening or our Miliineiy De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you about bus arrived
Itihhons, Laces, Large Fea
thers. Tipsaud Whutuot in pro
fiihiou and under the manage
ment of a competent milliner
who is able to Nitisfy the most
Ak ul way 4,
.!. J. KG AN.
Tliec aro well mail" aud Rood fitting; no have at present (all lino of sires.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 fo' f I.W are goltiK very fnt. If you want any you mast come soon.
'1 tie same with
Our JOcls. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
Wo Imto just a few lengths left. Hiiyk yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 86ets?
This Is exceptional ralac, trimmed with I.Inen l-aco and welt made.
jst. s. s
520 Fort Street,
Rwong Sing Loy SING LOY,
0T IIGI St., "Ttitiajii Block.
Inioal Telb. 339
S1-58 tlQf SI., mr linoiko II
P. 0. Boi 107.
By Lowta J. Lovoy.
P. 0. Box 207. $ Matnal Tela. 68ft.
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits !
Colored Tweeds $7 50
D'iiioiiiiIm 7 HO
I'jiiglihh Serge 0 00
lioy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Ohinehti, .luj:uioHe and Indian Goods!
ltSA Uoinplete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OE GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
A fllit look placo bolwocu i'iOOO
miners of tint Lokaii pit. tuinr Mo
tlinvtll, Scotland, ami 100 con
Atnlili's. Moru polico wru sunt from
Clmlura is still upiilemlu iu St.
IVti'rulitirg Slid Moscow.
Tlii I'tipu lias (lfcliiu'd to grant
an intorvmw to Etnilo Zola.
A Strong Horse
U TUB nUULT or UMNO
A FKESII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived jer "8. . WIMnr."
CAI.I AN'I) SKK U.S.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Pornnr tjiiwii A Nnuniui Hih.
Uotii Tki.khiovks 121.
f .V SC'(Vk
Ai . .&tlS,H' 1
1 Mim Im )i"l"t-' '"1
'i'liuri' ovuli'iit ly lias not boon
much rain in lln iniiiiiilaiiiK iluriiifr
I liii pitt-i f' ilnjh, tmivi(lmu,it by
tint aiiiimiit of watnr at iirn'ont in
ilit) ilii"n iK-KM.iirn in Niiuaiiu vtil
K'v. In No. I tlici'i' is -I imdii'H of
water, in No. '2, - fi'iit,auil in No i,
I it. !i in.
I tiiiiiul rilituitii, IhiIkI t
It it iiii.illi'l) ari(Mli'd by curtatll i rulur niM prirn in Ml ,'
inrtii'-i wlui aro apiiari-iil !. in a m- '" ' ,TI "'""
riiion to l.iiow, faH tlm han rrau
i'IM'o fall, iliat tint hlauiir '.alan
ilia I lo brought down froiu I'orl
Coita iu a fi danainli'iilitirt'liart
nicd or i-ulit to lint OrcKou liiiirovi
iiihiiI t'ouiian). hlic i to bn ii.simI
as a pi llii-r, and i ( Im alli'nd In
Mill lliat lradi. ,Sir'i'li'lh Co.
cay llial tlmio in no truth iu llio ru
Caicu'atioDS Lead to Correct Results.
W'lifrr iHVjilf ninlr a mhtiilr i in iim
i'iij tlml ij'Hul jiirliirt nre utrt'iiril exva
II V lire lellin'j picture rierij ihij, l In ijritcr
miy litinic, the jiricc4 nf which uuiihl iiiltniiih
Ihwf m)t ticimitntcl iiiti thriicl.
It It nut net antra I" (""' "Jfft jirniiftfhliiij
nr t ikjiiii i'J lit orilcr In hmr n imrk uurt.
The mrtliiKl nf rr)ifiHliicttim mill' III imjiir,
huiIcm It iiilitr fur iteiiiiir nf mwUriitr mtiui
ttt urll nt their iinilthicr nriijltlmr, tn uriitln
their Inntefur the Inmitifiil
(Ireiit ruiiije fur the ili'iny oftmle, in the
telcctiini iiftubjieti, Itiijhmleil li;i mir leejitinj
Jiicturci in thctt Jutin mul iiiinililiwji ftuin
if A ich tu elect tin fen i
(hie netil neier lie nt n I" iimii' n7if '"
ijite it iiie'fiil, ill mill time nr fur unji inr'
lne, fur there it nuthit'l latter limn jiittiire.
i.W Ami Kl.i .'''. it the Jimr ttujcl
Excursion to Waikiki
B OBNTS I
Choice Lot of Horses
On SATUUDiTv, Sept.. 2!),
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOON.
I will urll nt I'ulil'o And luii. In (roiii n( my
HultuKHun, wltlioiit ri'Mrvc,
HORSES and MARES:
1 Family Black Horse,
I.V IihihIm; 7 yenrx olil . Iirnki-n to
llnniem nnd tiniMlt.
1 Hace Horse, "TRAYoLLhR,"
Ik'.t Ji-mlle liur.f In tliu liitwjlhn
S Bay MARES,
Ilrnktli to llarnoa atnl Hit lillu.
1 W1IITK.MAUK with rOAL-lirukmi to
Uariinn' ami Hailillt.
I U'HlTi: llUHbK-brukiMilu Miirni-xHuml
t Stiniord Hire, "lltli Jane."
t Sianfora Hare with Foai.
t Bosell Hare, 3-year olo.
Alio, 1 Low Phaeton.
Also, 3 Gentle Cows in Calf
1 Mare and 3 Colts
and 1 Pony
Ilotli lirukim to llurncsa mid Bmldli.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI.ll) OAK ItKDItOOM bKTrf,
BOKAB, LOUNOK8, WAItl)H01IK8,
MIKIIOIIM, MOULDIN03, KTO., K.TO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'cr Itotl of 40 Ynli, $12X0.
And a Pine Quality for $9 por Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Matnal 76.
Surcuwiro to O. K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
1 1 IT It
(Jiix'i'ii.vi-roii and llrii.i)i;ii.
Lewis J. Levey,
L J. LKVKV.
V. II. DAII.CY,
Nutice to the Fublic !
A ( IIBAI K.N.
Kntl"'iit" mIvum on till klinl u( Uriel;,
lion. Humi' nml tiioiin Hill iIIiiuh Jnii'
lilnt i( hII Llml-t lliil'ilintt MhKtIui fur
kiiIii, Mil and MJ Klnit utrrt'l. Itu.liUncu
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Iruiii HikIiI.I rhlni'M) llii'iiiit. KlnuHtr-i't.
nt i;vry Hull Hour mul Kvrry lliinr
(daily) to l In' Ktrtt'lriir 'IVrinliiim. Will.
klkl 1115 lw
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BUTURDiY, 8BPT. 29, 1894,
Will lie jirt'iienti'il for tlm llrsl limn
A Grand Sconio Frncluction
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DAIL-KY STOCK COMPANY,
(If I'arffiilly r--. ott-l l'lii)ir, iinir the
pi rntiintl iliiiM'tiim in W. II, ll.illi'y. II urn
nM'li lit "!:'). t'urtiilii will i!m at n o'l'lmsk
t.W ItllX I'lllll Will ll'l'll III till) lillll'K III
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MONDAY, Hipt. .'Lain a. m llll Tt
A SHE DONKKY
Ktf Ititiirn to
A. II, ItnWAI',
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Temple of Fashion
51 Eort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgs Astortment ol Ladlim' and CMldran'i ShoM.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
LarK liiia of "Woolinm at 2To. FlnmmloUi.B, 10 yardi for tlJI).
Brown and Whitu Cotloim, from lo 20 jnrdfl, f 1.00 por pinoe.
.monkj QiiiKliAinH, 12 yards for $1.00. Guilts' and Ladies' BatultiK Null.
Silk, Sat iiiB, Sirj;on, Lawiih aud Drotm Goods of evury dosuription
ML. Q. SILVA, Proprietor.
Ill NUUANU STKKK1.
Iipoi'ter mill Dealor in Mmn Dry anil Fancy Goods
UiliiV Wrtna or 'Viry ilii-rlition. AUo, lri'li llnr of ChiiifRV (luuiU.
Pongee & "Wliite Sillc PaJamaB
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Ui'M lllui'k aiiil Ort'i'ii Chint'so Ttii. Ciopu Shawls, Klt.
tW I'll Oimriintci'il. I'rlci'i MmlcrHlK. -n
" 3SEu.t-aELl Teleiplione B4ati
Daily Bullolin 50 Cents por Month.