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Have moved their law offices to the
Judil Mock, Rooms 308 and 309.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY fiT LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSON'
A-Momey at Law and
JOILV h. KAULUKOU,
At t oiTLiey-LitOLiaw
Bethel St., Honolulu.
J. M. KAXEATCUA,
Attonioy mid Counsellor at
Olllco: Iutho Occidental Hotel, cor
nerofKlng ami Alukoa fetreots, Hono
W. C. Aciti. Kxocif. JOHNHON.
Attorneys and Counselors
Oluco No. 10 West Klug utroot.
Tolo)iiouo qs I.
F. M. BROOKS,
Comer Fort and Hotel streets.
Over FalrchlU'a Shot Store,
HONOLULU, H. I.
FREDERICK W. HANKEY,
Will practice In II the Hawaiian an! United States
Rooms 9-10, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Fort anJ UereUnla streets.
FHAXOIS J. BERRY,
Win practice In all the U. S federal
ana duw iuuu.
Progress Block, cor. Deretanla and Tort streets.
11 t: Rooms ; and 6.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
T. McCants Stewart,
ATTO R N n V-AT-L A W,
HAS MOVED to the Model Block, Fort
street, opp. Githollc Cliurch.
SarficoDS and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
CORNUIt HP.IICTANIA AND PUNCH
nirixn TTniiru! R to 10 n. 111.: 1 to 3
p. m.j 7 to 8 i. in. Sundays: 8 to 10
a. in. roiopnono om. . -. um um.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
413 KING ST., NEXT Ol'EUA HOUSE.
Hours: 0-10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
Sundays, 12-2 p. in.
Ttilopliono 741. 1107-3111
. C. L. GARVIN
OlBcc: 637 Kixo Stiiekt, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, H. I.
TELEPHONE No. 448
Hours: 0 to 11 n. in.; 1 to 3 p. in.;
7 to 8 p. in.
A. C.WALL.D.D S.,
Sew Love's Bnlldinc., Fort Btreeti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress niock, comor Boretanla
and Fort streets, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Ko. 210 Hotel Ktreot. Tolophono 605.
TIOUHS: n to 12 a.m. anil 1 to A p.m.
free Concert Nightly
By tho Quaker Medicine Co.,
Counkii or Pout ani Hkiii.tania Sts.
Chaiurn of Program Nightly ! 1170
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tatlonnt llanalel, Kau.il, after 8 o'clock
p. in. will K' proutcd according to law,
SEP. TAI WAI.
u67-;in iianalcl, Kauai,
HiiL'tljJttrtlff TiiiTi 1 - Tiiirfitoi r
Food Prepared With "Calumet'1 Is
Free from Rochollo 8olle, Alum,
time and Ammonia. "Calu
met" Is thu Housewife's
NONE SO GOOD.
"THAT MAN IS FRUGAL
And content indeed,
Who finds food, solace
IN A WEED."
Note the following
popular brands oi' our
direct from the
Napoleon the First, Caballeros size, loo In
Napoleon the First, Camellas size, ioo In
Afrlcano, Conchas Selectas, 50 In a box.
JocKey wuu, 100 In a Dox.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box.
Adellna Pattl, Esplenldos, "
" Presldentes. "
Cas.in.ira Repalla, Ulorlosa, 50 In a box.
La 1 iiviata Kegaiia. iNonpareu, too in dox.
Henry Clav, Camellas. 50 In a bo.
" Purltanas, Finos, 50 In a box.
bock k uo.,
U llnmnni. Pn.mrtnAlltiinAe fA tn Knv
Alexander Humboldt, Padficos,;o in a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Republlcanos, 50 box
II. Fulton, Conchas Especlals, 50 In a box.
Kecueruos, 25 in a dox.
La Intlmldad de Antonlno Caruncho, 50 b.
La Espanola Elegantes, 25 In a box.
EfiyAII of which we offer In quantities
to suit. Special prices to the trade.
Lewis & Go.
211 FORT STREET.
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephone! 215 P.O. Box 470
MBTHOPOLITAN MEAT CO.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller-, : : Manager
Wholesale and llotnil
BEST OP MEATS.
Families dosirlng tendor roasts,
Juioy stoaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo make a spoclalty of family trade
nnd soil the host at reasonable
H. E, GARES, Proprietor.
214 Nuuanu St. Tolophono 104.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Importers ami Wholesalo Dealers in
Hay, Grain, Feed,
Egyptian Corn, otc.
Our Goods nro Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
ELECTRICAL I"ACIAL MASSAGE, most approv
eimethoJ. MANICURING Offics Hours, 10 a. in
to s p. m. VINEYARD STREET, third cottage
west of Nuuanu street, not
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
hiiMtoiMiiMlhiri itittiii muminmgmmmM mmm
SHAFTER AKD HIS ARMY.
Continued from Pago 3.
coninmnn or too camp at Wlkotf, wfioro
I could witness his mothod of adminis
tering nffolrs calling for prompt nud eii
orgotic action. Tho business of tho ad
ministration belug over, ho dovototl
moro tlinu an hour to 11 general and off
hand elucidation of tho dillloultios of
tho Santiago campaign.
As to Shatter's nrniy in tho Santiago
campaign, I could not help Raying to
myflolfngalnoud ngain at Camp Wlkoft
that tho equal of Ills corps as I saw it,
barring tho fovcr wrecks lying on tho
ground nnd in tho hospitals, could not
bavo been paralleled by any singlo corps
in tho Army of tho Potomac in 1804.
This notwithstanding tho fact that nt
tho beginning of tho Wilderness cam
paign tho Army of tho Potomno was
thoroughly reorganized and consolidat
ed. In tho first placo, this country lias
progressed moro than a quarter of n cen
tury since that timo. Military ideals
liuobeen fostered nud followed up to
their very highest point, nnd tho vory
elements of choico American bono and
blood and siuow nud brain which went
to the creation of tho crack corps of 1804
have entered Into tho mnko up of thoso
matchless regiments of regulars who
ttorincd and carried tho hoights of El
Cauoy and b'au Juan in tho faco of a foo
tho equal in courago, in equipment, in
position, of any troops that over stood
Shaftcnhnd tho pick of tho regular
army witn him nt Santiago. This was
stated to me ngaiu and again at Camp
Wikoff, and I think 110 discrimination
was intendod against tho rcgimonts that
wero not thcro. Tho faot sooms to bo
that thoso regiments which woro select
ed happened to L( without n singlo ex
ception, up to tho very highest standard
of cfllcloncy. Tho soldiers had passed
thtough just tho experiences in tho west
which would fit them for a hard cam
paign. They wero woll ofllccrcd, woll
disciplined, raged, "gritty" men. In
tho Army of 1110 Potomac in 1804 tho
very best of tho nrmy corps had regi
ments and Fomotimos wholo brigados of
raw and untried material nud scores nnd
scores of green odlccrs. Ono needed but
to sco tho regulars in Camp Wikoff to
rccognizo at ouco tho fact that tho vet
erans there had not ovolutcd in n singlo
mouth's campaign from the standard of
tho militia volunteer.
In tho twenty and odd regiments
whoso camps Tlltigcrcd round not n sin
gle ono but what was commanded by n
votoron of tho civil war. In many cases
theso commanders wero majors. Tho
Hold olllcers abovo them, absent on ac
count of wounds or promotion wero war
votoraus, and in sovoral instances tho
commanders held tho rank of captain
and woro war "veterans. It seems that
thoro nro now something liko US cap
tains in tho regular army who scared in
tho civil wnr. Tho importance of ail
this will appenr during tho battle nar
rative, whore tho leaders will bo named
in connection with their war record.
General Shatter says that after Samp
sou located Cervcra's fleet in tho harbor
of Santiago and had leoked tho ground
over ho cabled to Washington that an
army of 10,000 men could tako tho city
nt ono blow. Shatter was already get
ting together au expedition for tho in
vasion of Cuba Bomowhcro. Ho was di
rected to ornbark 10,000 men and pro
ceed at onco to Santiago. Owing to eomo
dlllculty in tho way of forwarding cor
tutu supplies or other olemouts iutho
1 .pcdltion to tho point of embarkation
ut Tampa thoro woro ompty transports
in tho arbor nftcr tho 10,000 had gono
on board. Shatter ordered tlicso empty
transports to bo filled with troops, nud
as n result ho toolc somothing liko 10,
000 or 17,000 men to Santiago. Ho said,
nud General Wlioulcr, wiio wus present
at tiio conversation, ngreed with him,
that had tho expedition gono with 10,
000 moil it would hnvo ended in n hor
riblo disaster. In confirmation of tho
statement ubout embarkation is tho
story of tho Ninth infantry, of San Juan
famo. On tho night that it embarked at
Tampa an orderly dashed up to tho
hcadquartcra with a mossago to tho ef
fect that if tho Ninth regiment was not
on board tho transport within a limited
timo given it would bo left behind nt
Tampa and not go to Cuba. Tho point
was that tho material which had boeu
or dor od forward to Tampa might arrive
OKKEIIAI. W. It. BIIArTKIl, U. B. A.
and ho loaded ahead of tho rcgimont,
and 80 it was really a raco between boI
dlerit'nnd fcomo other uocemiary part of
Tho Fifth cnrjis us it fought at San
tiago on July 1 was an follow:
whi:i:m:ii'b cavai.hv division.
Huniner'r llrluode.-3I U. H. cavulry, Cth
U. H. cavalry, Dili U. H, cavalry (colorcil).
Vuunu'a Jlriuudc 1st U, H t'uvnlry, lOtli
U, H, cavalry (colorid), 1st U. H, volun
ter (ruuijli ildi.ru).
'i'htio woro only two mjuiidrDii" ot
each ruKlmuiit ut rluiitiiigo, ono und.
roil tiulnu left ut Titmpa with thu lioreen
HONOLTJX.L, n. I., APIUL 25, 1899. &!&- , t f
' " ' iiia ' ......Hi jgLLll. fefofty i I
WftST DIVISION OP IKKANTnY, OEN
nitAI. J. V, KENT.
Hanklns' 1st Ilrlgajc.-Cth U. S Kill U.
8., 71st N. Y.
l'onrson's 2d llr!gade.-2l V, 8., 10th V.
8.. 2lt U. a
WlkofTs 3d Brlgadc-SUn U. 8., 13th U.
8., 21th U. S. (colored).
ai:NURAL II. W. LAWTON'S SECOND
iAidlow's 1st Drleado.-Sth U. 8.. 22d V.
8., 2d Mrts.1.
Jlllfa' 2d Drlgndo. 2;th V. 8. (colored),
1th U. S , 1st U. 8.
Chaffee's 3d Urleadc 12th U. 8 17th V.
S 7th U. 8.
StrcnRth about 12.000 In lino of battle.
ARTILLERY AND StACIIINU OUN8.
Grimes', I'arkliurst's, Host's and Ca
pron's batteries, U. 8. artillery, I Buns
ench. Captain Wntson's,'4 Ilotchklss guns.
Lieutenant Parker's, 4 antllnc guns.
Thoso troops figured conspicuously in
tho battles to bo doscribod in tho arti
cles upon tho Santiago campaigns.
Okoiiqk L. ICilmck.
Tho two-yonr-old eon o W. L.
FurgnBon, o Bolton, Miss., had
whooninc couch. "Aftor several
physicians had prcsoribod for him,
without giving relief," writes Mr.
Furgason, "I persuaded my wifo
to try a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Itonioily. Tho first doso
had tho desired effect, nnd in
forty-eight hours ho wns entirely
freo from all couch. I considor
your remedy the best in tho mark
et, especially for children and ro
commond it at all times." GO cont
sizes for salo by all doalers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., General
By ordering a PHOTO BUTTON for
75 cents or $i you can have your photo
taken free of charge at LICHTIG'S
PHOTO TENT, opposite the Fire
Station, Fort and Beretanla streets.
Office OOO FortSt.,nr.Bcretan!a
(Above Dewey Restaurant).
This Is positively the only way to pre
set ve Photos. They will last a lifetime.
The Age of5-
Honolulu is to have a
New : Industry I
We have a three thousand
dollars stock of Photogra
phic Supplies now en route
and are sending in new
orders by each mail.
Carpenters, Plumbers and Paper
Hangers are putting the finishing
touches on our NEW QUARTERS
on Fort Street.
WATCH Qim AD NEXT WEBK.
Rooms 2, 3, 4 and 5, Love Building.
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Stroot ::
BANKO H. KOBAYASH1,
Model Block, Fort and Beretanla Sts.
The Latest In Jewelry !
Nciitly Cut, Pollrilicd
nnd Mounted. .
llrst Custom Worlc Is done both re
nalrlnc and new work. I'liu, Rings,
liracelcts, v,iuiiiii3King, c,
Trl. G-. BIA.HT,
wU rour srniiiiT.
U awaiiau Moss Opal Jewelry
incorporated under tub laws 1
op the Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICKKS AND DIIlECTOnSs
Char. M. Cooke, President.
J. 11. Athkuton, Vlco-Prosldcnt
C. 11. Cookk, Cushion
V. C. Atjiuiiton, Socrttary.
P. W. Mncfarlano,
E. 1). Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly ultend to all
buslnoss connected with banking on
trusted to it. Sell and purclmso Foreign
Kxclmngo, issuo Lotters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT !
Ordinary olid Torin Doposlls rocolvod,
and Interest allowed in nccordnuco with
rulos and conditions printed in Pass
books, copies or which may bo had upon
Architects, Contractors and Builders,
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
2213 Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort aud Alakca,
Teliu'iionk : : : 734
OP ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber nnd Goal.
ALLEN 6s HOBINSON,
Qucon stroot, Honolulu.
Contractor and Builder.
House Movlnr, anl all Kinds ot Heavy Weights
NO. it TORT STREET. HONOLULU.
(Opposite Club Sullies).
Residence Telephone y. nfo-tl
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Rooms li-l J,
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am again propared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past iavors, i
respectfully solioit a continuance
of the sumo.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
10- Tel. 814.
A Mew Taint Shop.
Having associated With us Mr. John
II. West, a practical IIouso Paintor,
Docorator and Wood Pollshor, wo nro
now prepared to glvo estimates on all
l.lmlu t wnrlr It, llinf. ltlin.
Mr. "West having had a practical ox
porioneo of ovor twonty yoars in San
Francisco and othor largo cities on tho
Coast, wo foel confident that any work
omrusiou 10 us wm givo umiru niusiuu-
tlon to our patrons.
yeeness f reserving rami to.
K DECORATING AND NATURAL
I 23 WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
" Next to Pollco Station
Marblo, G ranlto and Hawaiian Stouo
TII-INO, COUNTRIt TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Church.
All kinds of Lettering and Carving.
Estimatos Furnished. 1140
Three Points -.
Is what you should consider and decide
when buying Monuments. We will try
and help you out on all these.
The only marble that Is Impervious to
liquids and will not stain Is the KKNE
SAW GEORGIA AND ITALIAN
MARBLE. We are the bole agents for
this marble on the Hawaiian Islands, nnd
will be glad to show you our samples and
designs at our office and salesrooms.
We are In position to furnish stone cope
Ingclic.iptr Hun any linn In Honolulu,
lie sure and get price before buying.
Hawaiian Iron Froeo and Montr
TriHllO!r MVi Oil Klllg UlrrWt
J.TA. lta4 i
Wx. O. Irww.
tan fyancitco Agentt Tan Nevada Bark or
DBAW BXOUAHOB ON
4xx FnANOieco Tho Nevada Hank of Ban
London The Union Bank of London, Ltdi
Nw YortK American Exchange hatlonal
CntoAoo Mcrtbanta National Bank.
Pints Comrtolr National d'Etcoupt de
BanxiN Drcsdacr Banki
UONOKONQ AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong A
Bhanghnl Banking Corporation.
Nnw Zbaland and Acstkaxia Bank of New
VlOTontA and Vancootbiv Bank of British
raesact a General Banking anl EicHange Bceiiiess
Deoolsts ItcccWcd. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Travelers
Urcdlts Issued. Bills of Exchange banght
Collections PaoMrn-T Accountbd Fon.
Bisaap & eo.
fiavlnirs Deposits will ho
rocelvod nud Interest allowed by this
Bank at four nnd one-half por cent,
per annum, Tho forms, rulos and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank lmvo boon ndoptod as far as
It is practicable to apply thoni, and tho
Cash llosorvo of $50,000 as required un
der tho Postal Act will bo malntalnod.
Printed copios of tho Itulos nnd llos-
ulntious may boobtaluod on application.
isisiiur & uo
BISHOP cSc Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Uommcrcial and TravelerB
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of tho world.
Intorost allowed nftor July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 por cent., G months
3 por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $116,808.38
Monoy loaned on approvod socurlty,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
KIghteanth Sorlos of Stock Is now
Officers: T. F. Lansing, PresldontJ
S. B. Koso, Vice-President; O. B. Gray,
Treasuror; A. V. Goar, Soeretary.
A. V. Goar, A. W. ICeoch, J. G. Koth
well, Ilonry Smith, J. J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, O. B. Gray.
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAE, Seorotary.
Chamber ot Conimorce rooms.
Ofllco Ilours: 12:301:30 p. in.
Tije VoQharaa Specie Bant;
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
Ban Francisco, Bhangbal,
Bombay, Hong Eong,
Tho Bank buys andrecoivos for colloo
tlon Bills of Kxchango, lssuos Drafts and
Letters of Credit on tho abovo Branches
and Agonclos, and transacts a gouoral
On HlxeJ Deposit lor is months, 4 per ctnt p, a.
On FUeJ Deposit for 6 months, H "
On Flxel Deposit for J mos, j
Uy tho Head Olhce at Yokohama, on Current Da-
Fovlt, 4 per cent, per annum.
IxU Deposit for n montlis. ( per cent p. a.
Hew Republic Bnllting, llfilng st, HonoliH.
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Ualokauwila BU,
Has a large assortment 0!
Chandeliers and Elec
OonBtnntly on hand,
Eatlmnlosglvon for Iioubo wir
ing mid Electrical plants,
Murliio WlrhiR a Hpoolnlty,
WMTtU. W I