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Eft' I1KHOI.N 1'vSSIMl Aff.lt. I ft g. Ug
ilcntli'n ltv'ngi' .tm.iiiK Union Sol-
UlcrNNtiuwii 1V llio l'rimloii Com-
inlatloucr lobe Itaplillf
Washington, Sbptombor 21.
Oommissiouer o Pensions Mur
phy hn8 miulo his annual roport
for tho fiscal year ending Juno
30,1890. Ho says:
Tuero woro added to tho rolls
during tho year -10,374 now pon
Biouers and there wero restored
3,873 who had beon previously
dropped, a total of -11,247. During
tho sarna poriod tho losses woro
29,393 by deaths and 1,1-11 by ro
marriago (widows), 1,081 by legal
limitation (minors), 2,552 be
causo of failuro to claim pension
for three years, aud 9,323 for
othor causes, an nggregato of -11,
993. Tho net gain ovor tho pre
vious year was only 151, and it
may bo safely assumed that tho
roll forthwith will show a marked
and steady diminution, unless
Congress should enact still moro
liberal provisions than aro
now upon tho statuto bookB.
Tho rate of mortality
among our pousiouors, parti
cularly among thoso who served
during Urn war of tho Rebellion,
is rapidly increasing, the number
roported deceased during tho yoar
for exceeding that of any corres
ponding period in tho history of
tho burcnu. Tho whole number
of pensioners ou tho roll Juno 30,
1890, was 970,078. While tho
rolls show a slight gain in num
bers over tho year" immediately
preceding, tho amount disbursid
lor pensions was 138,214,701, n
(lrornpn nf 81,592,155, ns com
pared -with tho previous year.
Tlioro weie 459,005 pension clms
pemlinj,' at tho close of tl' focal
year, SIM 377 being rtppijcn,j0I:s
lor increase mndo 'oy portiOU8 uow
on the rolls, J l
AltllOitgl) lftst yoar'8 estimate of
$140,000,000 for pension, was SI,
790,020 moro than was necerfsary
for tho past fiscal year, tho .Com
missioner duplicto8 tho estimate
for tho next fiscal year, Mating
that ho believes tho adjudication
of many cases will make- tho full
amount necessary. It is his in
tontion to pubh tho settlement of
cases as rapidly as possible.
There is no foundation for tho
erroneous impression that it is tho
intention Btill further to revise
tho lists, as tho purging of tho
roll, commenced in 1893, has been
entirely nccomplibhed. It ought
to be underbtood, however, that
thcro Mill exists tho puiposo to
maintain tljo pension roll us the
nation's roll of honor. I am glad
to state that the rigorous measures
instituted by my predecessors
have apparently discouraged
violatois of tho ponpiou laws aud
rendered the business of procur
ing fraudulent pensions unsafe
Ho recommends an incroaso of
$12 per mouth of pensions to
survivors of tho Mexican war, and
also recommends pensions to
widows of officers and soldiers
who died from causes origiuatiug
in tho service prior to March 4,
1801. Ilo recommends tho pas
sage of the bill pending in Con
gress for tho codification of tho
lU-uiilirul Mclilt ut Ilia Anchor.
Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during busiuese hour.", or
in the evening, is immediately
charmed by tho handsome array
of game biids tPal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which dreor
ntes the bar. Tliey aio all stuffed
ae you will be, with rich, nourish
ing boor, cold and clear, and with
tho palatable viands of the lunch
counter. Tln Seattle beer, fino
wines and liquois aie of the best
quality and always fresh. Evory
Australia brings v. large consign
ment unci iur. (.Jiinuingiinui uses
every idea which his massive biuin
suggests, to plcaso his patrons.
The Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon in tou. 1 and 3 King
- Nicfly furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort stroet,
from 81.00 per week up.
Me-chanios' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuhiinu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 25
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
$1.25 nor we. k.
The-' Critorion Saloon" is n
pleaBant place to go to and its
greatest attraction is the pnro,
cold Seatllo beor on draught
tlioro. It inakos one's mustache
curly and puts now life into tho
' r No. 10, Fort Btrcct.
FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Shell Combs
KNICK KNACKS I
KNIOK KNACKS !
In Iniliiito Varioly!
A now largo consignment of
EST My Ilnok does not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
EST TELEPHONE 17038
Stnadi llflthel nnd K.nq streets.
J. J SUM.IVAN,
FasMon StaMes Go.,L'fl.
Ilouoltilu, II. I.
Sullivan & Buckley, Man'g'rb.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Haw'ii Hotel Stnblcs, 82.
Pantheon Stables. 84,
Cushion Stables. 148.
BAGGAGE delivered and chook
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
nnd Pinnos carefully moved at
Satisf action Guarantee d.
Fort and Queen Ste.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. 613.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Mcrchnnt nml HlclmrilsSts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
5T Carriages, Hiinc.va and Ilneks at nil
liom-B. TELIM'UONU 41)0.
IFort Street, - ,- - - Tel. -477"
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
-WE HAVE THE-
Try t- ti v m r rr
JTiNte J JJIXl K
Tho best of nttonliou n'von to nuimnls left with ns. Cnieful drhcis, respoctfn.
attendants, promptness. IfhoksJ Sunius, Diakos, Bugiies.rhnotoub, Wagonettes.
.... A now Importation of ... .
. Fine Woolens
jl $. triilom $a$
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
J. P. BODRIGUES,
Fort Street, opposite Hackfeld'e.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
Received. Gleaning and Re
Moro often -than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us for your
clothes wo will seo to it that
you leave with a good
appenrance and it won't cost
' you much Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wnverley Block, - - Honolulu.
Situated on n Dcrmtiful Uil'pido Overlook'
ing tho Ocean, and 1S00 feet
abevo Sen Level.
Only 21 hourn' nail from Honolulu.
Climhto mild, c'e.ir dry otniosphoie, freo
from foes nnd malarin. especial nrovlsion
for quiet and rest as veil as for amuse
mont and outdoor lifo.
rest as veil as
Dlt. II. A. LINDLEY, Trop.,
325 tf Konn, Hawaii.
A Short DlstiiiK'O from tho llridgo,
Tourists and otlitrs will find it to their
advantage to vlnit tlie above rtsoit, as
they will meet with every accommodation
that comfort requires.
J1KS. TIIOS. WRIGHT.
Hji I I a-- I 1
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SEPTEMBER 30, 1896.
Wm. O. InwiK.
San Francisco AgenhTnit Nevada Hank or
DIIAW EXCHANOE OK
San Francisco Tho Ncvuda Dank of San
London Tho Union Hank of London. Ltd.
New Vouk American Exchange National
Chicago Merchant National Ilnnk.
l'Aiiis Comptolr National d'Escompt de
Dkiilin Drcsdncr Bank:
UONORONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong it
Slmiiclml Danklnir Corpuration.
New Zealand and Austham a Hank of New
VicioitiA and Vancouteh Bank of Mont
Transact a General Banking and Eicbange Business
Term and Ordinary Dcpolsts Received.
Loans made on Approed Security. Com
mercial nnd Travelers Cicdlts Issued. Bills
of Exckamio bought and sold.
Collections Fhomptlt Acpounted Fon.
P. O. JOKES. 1!. A. JONES
HAVE FOB BALE
A Fow Shares of
Pnia Sii(ftir Stock,
XIawailuu Sugiir Co. Stock.
Hnwniinii Govciniiient mid 1st
Mortgatfo SuKr I'lantu-
E For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 Fort Street ... Unnolnln
BISHOP cSs Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Conimerciol and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of tho world.
Blip '!.'" 71
mm y His Wife Strongly Rec
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400 "Masow Avenue, )
v Canon City, Col., Jan. 13, 189-1. j
Wells, Rioiiakdson & Co.,
Deaii Siks: Wo xiso Paino's Celory Compound in our family and could
not keep houso without it. Mrs. "Williams thinks there is nothing equals
Faine's Celery Compound to cure nervous headaches
and the like. Success to you in every way.
Pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Tlfjeo. 14. DiviEs $ 0
Commission .-. Agents I
" Onn nf fnn flivinoot. 1in,mfitj Kn 1, ' .. 11. .
human race." Thomas Carlyle. '
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort nud Merolmut Sts. "Wliolesnlo nnd Retail.
Bulletin, 75c. Per Month fc
--,' .- .. -v
Wo import from tho Princi
pal Factories of tho World.
Fine Cigars a Specialty
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
for the Hawaiian Islands
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