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THE EVENING liULLfcTIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 21, 185)8.
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The a"bovo Lots -will be Sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
Apply to W. G. ACH1 & GO.
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 146
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN. . . .
Groceries Provisions and Feed
Nw gnnilp tvcfilvf il ly overy pocket from the States nnd Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA TRODUOE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All orders Ml hfully attended to, ami irnods delivered
TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE.
Gononil Agents for tlio Sanitarium brand of Iloiiltli Eooils.
I-lnnd Orders 8olloltetl. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
! IMI'OJITKHS, AND WHOLK8AI.K
' Wine nl Lipr Bete.
Agents for the Bottled Rainier Deer of Seattle.
No. 11) NuUANUSriiwrr
Foiter Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian ISLANDS.
M t" n-w ... Mutual XjilnntirtH SrtR,
I Drink Hop Bear I
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
Depot, 5 36 Queen St.
Families supplied at SI por ill)., quarts.
It can 1)0 obtalnoil In all of Its orig
inal purity from tlio original llroltain.
Tills Justly fatiiod boor Is particularly
adaptud for tho cllmato of Honolulu.
BQi-Faniiiy trade a spocialty.
Dopot 17 Konla street.
1 O. Nox 185.
Ailoso rosomblanco lo lloor,
From Kentish Hops. NON-ALCOHOLIC
" v atlmlrablo Imitation." London
II V MIAN SODA WORKS.
Tnlnnhono 032. '0U
140 7 '0.
8 CO 3
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W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugur Refinery Oo. of Ban
Baldwin Looomotlve Works of Phils.
rteluhla, Feun.. U. 8. A.
Newoll Unlvorsal Mill Oo. (National
Gone 8hroddor) , New York, U. 8. A.
N.OhUndt & Go's Chemical Fertilizers.
Aloi Gross & Boas, blb grade fertll.
lzors for Otno and Ooffeo.
IieedB Steatu 1'ipo Covering
Offer for Sale
l'arafflue Paint Go's P & I) Faints and
I'uiMsrs; Lucol and Linseed oils, raw
Indarine. (a oold wator paint) In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
The . . .
Cor, Alakoa & Halekanwlla Sts.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band,
Estimntos givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
ON CAMPAIGN ISSUES
Tendency o Parties in Coining Con
Democrats Make a Feature of Lick cf Ship
ping Republicans on Hawaii
War and War Bonds.
"Wnehington, D. O., August 31.
Now that hostilities with Spain
have ended, interest in tho ap
proacbing Congressional elections
will increase. Tho effect is no
ticed already in tho incroased
number of letters rfsking for cam
paign literaturo boing received at
tho Republican and Democratic
hendquartors iu Washington.
Both parties aro Inter than usual
in lining up on tuo issuo of tho
campaign, and the indications
point to a short and sharp Gght in
most of tho districts of tho coun
trc. Insues growiug out of tho
war will Gguro lurgely in tho cam
P'ttLtu, and the bilver and tariff
questions will bo thrown more or
less into the background, though
the democrats will build ono of
tuoir principal issues that of th
tiuatiLiul LUHiiHgt-meut of tho war
on thoir ideas of free silver auu
greeubucks, as brought out in the
Chicago platform ami in the do
tmte ou the war rovouue bill in
Congre6S. They will ciitlci-io tho
repnliliuans for thu bond iHue
and for the war reveuuo law,
which they claim weighs more
heavily on tho poor than on tho
rich. A vigorous attack will be
made on tho republican policy in
dealing with the meichitnt murine,
which, it will bo declared, has
fullen away to such an extent un
der Ihe restrictive policy of tho
republicans that now when now
and undreamed of opportunities
fur commercial expansion are
op -uii.g up boforo the Amoricnn
mo eh'tnts and manufacturers tho
country has not sullicieut uiercan
tilo shipping to enable it to avail
itself of tnu opportunities.
SILVER PUSHED ASIDE.
At tho Republican Ootigression
al hoadquanerd tho indications at
prebont aro that ihoro will bo littlo
discusdiou of tho silvor questiou
unless tho democrats forco it to the
front. Fow demands aro beiug re
ceived for financial or tariff litera
turo, and most of tho applications
aro for documents rolatiug to tho
war and to Hawaii. Tho republic
ans aro managing tho litomry part
of their campuigu with considera
ble shrewdness, and most of tho lit
orature that they tire sending out
to attack the democrats is mado up
of quotations from domooratio
spoukers in Congress.
ThuH, ou tho subject of LTawai
mu auuoxation, thuiroiiougestcard
is Senator Morgan's scatuiug ar
raignment of tho obstructionists in
the Seuate, chiefly on his own side
of the cbambor, who so long delay
ed a vote on the annexation resolu
tion. On tho question of bonds or
greenbacks for oirryiug on tho war,
tho only litsratuio that has boon
printod consists the argumeuts of
Seuutors Uurman, of Maryland,
and Ltudsay, of Kentucky, and
Roprcseutatno CutumingH,of New
Yui k, Ufjuiijut the position assumed
by tho majority of their party in
both It tiboa iu favor of greenbacks
rather tnau Louds. A document
Las also been compiled bringing
together all the instances of demo
cratic opposition to moasuroa no
cossary to tho successful prosecu
tion ot tlio war.
Tho issue of torutorial expan
sion will not figur as prominent
ly iu the cninpiigu as might hu
oxpected for tv reasons. The
first of these is lint tlio republican
administration has not yet clearly
defined its policy any further
thnu as to tbo retention of Porto
Rico, aud Iibb not, therefore, giv
en the doraocrats au opportunity
to tako issuo with them. The
second ronsou is that, while the
lepublicans aro tondiug toward a
policy of oxpansiou and the re
tention of all tho territory taken
from Spain, tho democrats host
tato to tako tho opposite course.
Tho indications aro unraistakahlo
that too many of the rank and file
of tho domooratio party aro in
favor of expansion for it to bo safe
for them to oppoeo tho policy, and
thoy are oven now tryiug to ox
plain away tho portions assumed
by Bomo of their leadors, liko
Bryan, Bailoy and Blaud; and to
explain that what these men hnvo
said has boon misinterprottod and
duo-t not lonlly luoitu wlmt it
hooidb to, but tlmt they nro in
fnvor of a proper and leosounble
xpansiou of territory of the
The naln of a burn or ncald is
nlinout instantly roliovod by op
olyiug Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It also heals tho injured parts
raoro quickly than any other treat
ment, and without tho burn is very
sevoio does not leave a scar. For
salo by all deators, Benson, Smith
& Co., General 'Agouts. "
The I.ntt Cur.
The last earn of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pacs tho Anchor Saloon. The
cleverest mixologists in tho city
are there always to put you up
anything you may doi-iro. Drop
in aud tako a drop boforo you take
tho car. The colobrated Seattle
beor is to be had hore on draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dewnr's Scotch, O. P. S.,
etc., always on hand. Tho most
exaction and varied demands con
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to please its patrons.
Millinery and Gowning.
Ladlos aro cordially Invited to call at
tho Arlington Cottngo, Hotel street nnd
Inspect designs for artlstle gnvvulug
Stylish and porfoct lilting studies, iu
tho holght of fashion; nnd x!cliillV
ntlait(d to the intliviiltial wenrcr.
Ulilles uunblo to visit this city nro fur
nished witli sketuhos aud sample, and
guaranteed a perfect lit wltliont per
MADAMK LK VANWAY, of S. V.
MltS. I). E. UIIAM11KU.S, of N. Y.
William A. Henshall,
Attorney at Law
ll: Kiuihurjcaun Btrcit. Tele. r03.
W. S. EDINQS,
'ovmsollov at Law.
Comer B-thol slid King Streets,
H-xiohnu, H. t.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
.A.tiorney at Law and
HUMPHREYS & G-EAR,
Attorneys at Law.
Cornor of King ami Hetl.ol fltreots,
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
4TT0RHEY fiT LAW.
John D. Willard,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
streot, Honolulu. 1010
Counsellor at Law.
121 Morchant Streot (upstairs),
Honolulu, II. I.
DR. C.L. GARVIN
Ollleo: 5117 Kimi Sruni.T, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
ti:li:i'iioni: No. i is
Hours: 8::i0 to 11 a. m.r 3 to 5 p. in.;
7 to 8 p. m.
Mrs. Savant-Jerome, M. D.
Office: Progress Block, Cor. Fort 4 Bsretanla sts.
Hours 0-12 a.m., anil l-:i p.m.
Evening hours by appointment only.
Special Studies made or Pbrsiatncs and D.eteties
Res. 618 Fort St. Cor. Chaplain St.
Resilience Tel. 458.
A GOOD THING
4 u -- c
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Oat and Bpllt (ready for the Stove).
STOVE, STEAH& BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
U Lowest Prices, delivered to any part ot
TBIiBPUONB I I I 1
HUSTACE & CO.,
31 Queen Street.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Morchant Street.
12 Chinese Granite Hitching Posts; $6
A furnished or unfurnished house,
at No. 1211 Heretanla street.
Also, au 8 room iiiilurnlrheil liom.e
with all mo lern Improvements, bu
Heal Estate Transacrionp.
Subscribers are furnished wlt'j from iht
to six lists por week, ijivln an nroiiraW
reoord of all deeds, mjrtguvea, leases, re
leases, powers ol attorney, Co., oto., whiob
are placed on record.
Subscription Price, $'S.OO per Month.
A. V. GEAR,
210 Klna Ht. Ilonolnln.
Boardman & Masuda
Houses for Rent.
Ronl Ktuti Agents.
Rrokeis In Japanese Goods.
Legal and other ilocumentti trans
fated into any language.
Agents for Japan Emigration Company,
U. f fetoni Hoitfe Broker?.
Room No. 1, Sprcckels Ulock. Tele
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
GT We will Bny or dell Ileal Estatoln
dl parts of the groan.
CF" We will Hell Properties on Reason
DFFICE, 10 West King Street
" 'W W T "f T T W V T
LI JFK and iPIR13
AGENTS FOR . .
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
rETNA Fire Insurance Company
J. S. WALKER,
QEifsiui. Agent tok IUwiiiin Islinds.
Royal Insnrance Corapaoy.
Alliance Assarance Company.
Allianco Marino and General Assnranoe
I'aulllu Matual Llfo Inturanco Com
pany of California.
Wilhelma of Madgobnrg Insnranoe Com
pany. Soottisb Union and National Insaranot
Room 1! Sprcckels Hlock, Honolala, II. I,
Bruce Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Low on Mortgages.
Ws aro aqcnts for
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room, t nJ 8. Tjltphone 678.
L. C. ABLE 3,
"Real Estttto suul Eiimnciul
sis foht sTitnirr.
NOTARY PUBLIC iU TYPEWRITER
Ofllce: 203 Morchant street. Camp-
ueu jiiocit, rear or j. u. uiriuraomce
l. O. Box 101.
Qenoral Manager of
rhe Equitable Life Assurance Societj
Of the United States for tho Hawaiian
Owasi Merchant street, Honolnlni
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgmants to instruments,
District of Kona, Oaliu.
At W. O. AcIiI'm otlk-o, KIiik streot, noar
Real Estate and insurance.
"WM. A.. JLOVJB,
HtOCKS, I107IM AM OTIIKII SKCUMTIES.
Ixntti Npgotlni.d Ileal Ilstato.
Hoxoi.ur.l', II. I.
There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 70
feet above the east corner of
Fort and.Vineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at once.
The location is in a quiet
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
The terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
I. C. ACHI & CO,
Real Estate Brokers.
July 31, 1R0S.
Lanai Sugar Co.
The SUIISCRIITION LIST for the
iibovo Plantation Is now open at my
The prospectus may be, hail on ap
plication. HARRY ARKHJAGE,
1009 Corner Kins ami Ilethol St.
Tho SUIISCRIITION LIST of the
above Plantation is now open anil the
prospectus may ho seen ut my office.
Real Estuto anil Share IJro
Corner ICIui: snil IJethel streets.
COHNi:it TOUT AND IIOI'KL 8TH.,
Tia.Kl'llONUs: Ollleo, 015; ItiMltlonco,
7BD. II dims; 0 a. iu. to -t p. in.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E.WALL, D.D.S.,
D K NT I STS
New Lovo'a liulldluR, Fort Btreeti
DR. P. E. CLARK,
13-1 1 I'roRrcss Illoek, corner Itorotnnla
mid Fort Strputs, Hourluhi.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 Hotel street. Telophono 6(V.
HOURS. Oto l' and i to I p.m.
DR. J. It. RAYMOND fcUuH notlco
that ho has reMiuied his praetleo, with
ollleo on Ilnrotania street, near Hiuina,
and has changed his ollleo hours, its fnl
Iowh: :nn to 1 1 Kin a. m., l:(' a:no
and 7:00 to 8:00 p. in. 1000-rrn
-51 jWkrM u k.ittirf.