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LIKE LIFE, IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT.
We are making it decidedly lively, by " KEEPING EVERLASTINGLY AT IT," producing Bargains
that make the business. Our store wss crowded all last week with delighted buyers. We have the
44 RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES."
TOWEL SALE NOW ON
Big, Thirsty, Thick and
Heavy, White Turkish
Bath Towels at only $3.00
The best value ever offered : :
Cotton and Linen face Towels in
all qualities, at bargain prices.
Such values were never offered
Bleached Damask - .50cts. yd.
Brown . - - - .40 " "
Napkins - $1.75 " doz.
Usually bold at 52.50
Headquaters for Sheeting
and Pillow Casings.
We sell more of these goods than
all the other stores put together. A
sure sign that our prices are richt. J
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
332SS3 "371XO People's DEroT7-idLorj. 3fceeS
Agents for R. & G. and G. D. Corsets, and the Celebrated Chicago Waists.,
THE PITILESS MAUSERS.
oraor to ficl" inri5t!Tuil"tctivo Hro the
colouol decided to ralo his regiment
across tlio ro.nl into tlio high grass and
weeds boyoud. A Cuban negro, wuo
rriiod tu bo 0110 of tbo borooa of San
jn. m heights, cnt Hrteral openings in
tin) fouceu with n lunchoto. Through
tiieeO openings tbo regiment ndvanced,
I!. 1, lying down in tho tall grace, open
ed a steady flro on tbo onomy's works,
Lolli by fllo and olloy.
"Suddenly," gnys Colonel Egbert, "til.
tlocUhoanc unci trencho burst out with can
no 1 and imMJictr;, nnd theuliolci flro of tho
bill was dm eloped on my regiment nt short
ruurfo. IKiuwivn to bo seen the nluoof ills-
Inline. Our line wni torn with ihot nnd
Nill; men wera falling overyw hero. Cnntuin
t.nlLcr, commanding tho right center com
fun;, and lib lltutcuiint, (Irons; Cnptnln Torre-,
coinninndlni; tho left leutur comimiy,
n I hi Huitei.nnt, PimlyJ.lcutcr.ant Tur-m-n
ot Company F and uiiu (UiirU r of my
rrc.i woro dawn In ten minutes front tho tlmo
ti.o heavy flro of tho Bpanl irils commenced.
Vol nu onu hltmcliud, und oil kept hteadlly flr
Inp, w ithout nny thought of stopping until tlio
order should come, 'ihls tt now I cenmo my
reluitAnt duly to the. Isnwthtt thofoico
on tho hill, in Its Intrenched poidtlon, vim en'
til 1 ly too strong for mine, and Hint If o ic
mttlned another ten nilnutis Ihu regiment
oildb. deslroyitl. 1 thcrt-foro, with my lid
lutnnt, Llcutennut Bennett, unlkitl nlongtho
ilnti itud cautioned tlio company commuudcrs
tomovoby thollnnle quietly but rapidly to
tho road ugaln, which was dono In excellent
order, carrying our dead and wounded along
lth us. Ahdooii as wo had boutowod thuto
In r' ty nndcr thooerhanRlng banli of tho
river wo resumed tho flro from tho road."
Ill this plain lungnago n soldier tells
tho blory ot tbo firiit encounter with tbo
Spaniards at San Juan blockhouse Tho
rango wait lens thnn COO yards. Tho Sixth
lot,, tho liighcbt perceutngo of any regi
ment nt fnntinRo, and tlio greater part
01 it was incurred in this attempt to
yeduco tho Spanish flro by answer in
kind. Ooloncl Egbert, und Captain W.
II. IL Orowull, conimuudiug ono bat
talion, wcro war votcraus, Egbert of
tbo regular Eorvico and Crowell of tbo
First Ohio, light artillery.
With tho Sixteenth as support tho
Sixth held on. Tiio Cuban negro drifted
oi? to tbo Sixteenth, thinking porhaps
that it was about to lend a fresh attack.
Wlkoff, with tho Ninth, Thirteenth
and Twenty-fourth regulars, was .then
passing tho San Juan at tho trail ford
nnd proviug that "Hell's Crossing" do
vciTua its gui.tly uuruo. Tho cavalry at
this hour, ptill back bohind tho fringo
of trooa, thought that tho infantry had
boeu repulsed' iu an attack on tbo block
house Perhaps others took tho samo
view of it, for soon after that the slok
and pain rooked leader on 1 Poso bill
cut urgent orders to Lawton to leave
El Coney and inovo to his position as
plannod on El Oauoy road heights,
north of San Juan rldgo. Twice Shatter
eout thfs order, proof that in splto of
bodily tqrturo tho brain had a fnll grasp
of tho situation at tho front. Lawton,
ctriklng on tho flank of San Juan rldgo
coon uftor midday, might havo made
A CROWD-COLLECTOR IN
All-wool 4 in. wide.
NEW DESIGNS at 7c,
$i.oo and i.2f per yd.
BUSINESS - BRINGERS IN
From 3.7? to 10.00 each.
ASK TO SEE THEM.'
An increase in the pur
chasing power of your hus
band's dollar is worthy of
Our BEDSPREADS at $i
each are worth half as much
again. They are hemmed
and ready for use.
I McauwTiTlo fho orfTTTcry had not beoa
I Idlo in its efforts to help Kent and Sum-
, tier rcduco tbo San Jnan stronghold.
Grimes' battery had a perfect view of
tho llockbouso nt 3,000 yards and struck
I it nt tho third shot, sny at 8 o'clock.
I Tho Spaniards replied, and at tho
fourth shot killed two guuuors nnd
.wounded four at one.) piece. Sbaftcr'a
adjutant general, Colouol McOlernuud,
btulil with tho battery and directed its
firing. Ho had a telophouo wiro to
huiulijuarters. Grimes once caught sight
of tho flash of u Spanish gun nud, with
that hole guidance, tbo Spanish using
sn.ultelcsa powder, pounded away for
thrco hours with intervals. Tho black
powder of his own guns hung Uko a
cloud about them, making a porfect
tiirn'ct far the Spanish artillerists. Somo
of their flro was from batteries iu their
second lino, uoar tbo city. Tho balloon
trailed along his lino of flro and stopped
uctiou for a time. Another rillo battery,
under Captain Parkhhrst, got into posi
tion near Grimes, ready to uulto its flro
with liis ut tho snpromo moment,
Pnrkor, whoso troubles in lauding tho
Gliding outfit havo been mentioned,
found liis way to tho front blocked by n
stationary oluutoor rcgimout, which,
after opening ranks for tho guns, choor
cd wildly und drown fresh shower of
Mausers and sliriipnol. At last ho roach-
striking; Fon libert?.
cd San Juan river in time to cross to
tho ndvanced cavalry position, and from
there, later, train his guns on the blockhouse-.
The HotchkUs guns alsoroached
"Kettle Hill." JStVbiAtiine, too, Kent's
last brlgado, under Colonel Pearson,
was moving down tho San Juaa boyoud
Hawkins and WikoiT to etrlko for tho
green knoll on tho loft, completing tlio
lino of battle 4,000 strong at tho baso of
tho blockhouse ridgo. Thus, with tho
oavalry included, about 7,000 men,
armed with Krag-Jorgensen riflos and
carbines, stung. to despenJtlon by. the
200 Pieces More!
32 inches wide at
$2.25 per Piece
of twenty-four yards. The
same quality is usually sold
at $3.71,. Don't wait to think
about it or you will miss the
Printed Lawns and Dimi
Regular ic. values THIS
WEEK ONLY 10c. per yard.
2000 Dozen Valenciennes
Edgings and Insertions
From 25c." "to $3.25 per
louglioursof torment, stood iuloashfor
tbat grand herolo rush which is to make
history glow with plaudits for tbo in
vincible American nrma.
GEOROIS Li. KILMER.
OTIH TKL.LS OP FIGHTING!.
Cominnuilor Pnys a Trllinte to
Washington, Juuu 20. Genoral
Otis forwards tlio following:
"Manila, Juno 20. Adjulaut
Geuoral, Washington: Wheaton
at IiauB, Oavito province, with
four guns, four battalions, Fourth
and Fourteenth Infantry, Nevada
troop of cavalry; aotit battaliou
Eouth of rcconnoissanoe in the
direction of Das Marina yester
day inorninpr, wnoro tho eurray
woro reported ooncpntrating their
senttereu forced. The battalion
encountered an onomy's forcf of
zUUU marcumg to nttack lmus,
succeesfully impeding its progress.
Wheaton with two guns aud two
battalions hurried foward; repuls
ed tho enemy with heavy loss, the
enemy leaving over 100 dead on
tho Gold; our loss fivo killed, twenty-threw
wouuded. Wheaton ro
enforced last night by a battalion
of tho Ninth infantry, is driving
the onouiy beyond Da? Marinas,
which ih now in his possession;
caeuultiea today not reported.
Wheatou'a qualities for bold and
successful uttack unsurpsseed.
namiiolln Hi,, Nxt Pope,
Rome, June 19. Tho Popo at
tuo conBistory held today croated
tbitteen cardinals'. Ho also rei
ognized a number of Bishops. 1
is conceded in clerical circles that
by tbeso nominations Leo XII I
has virtually and diplomatically
settled tbo question of Iii'b biic'
o?asor. It is an open Vatican
secret that tho Popo favors Car
dioal Bampolla, and it is knowr
that the majority of Oardinah
created today are also in favor oi
Cardinal Rampolla'a succession U
the Pppaoy. '
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock will
not rido in tho funeral procession
of the late Queen Dowager on ac
couut injuries to his hank recoiv
ed in a recent "bus" accident.
Tho staff officers of tho latoEing
Ealakaua will march betwoon tho
Bit hop of Honolulu and John
Hoapili Baker in tho funoral pro
cession of tho lato Quoou Dowog r
Kapiolaui Sunday afternoon.
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In Plain Colors and Change
able Effects at 75c. a yard.
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something choice, ask to see
them, they are new.
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Everybody says they get bet
ter values in
Hosiery ! Hosiery I
From us than from any other
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in LACE and DROPSTITCH,
COTTON and LISLE.
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1833 Manufactured by C. F. Martin & Co. 1899.
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A large variety to select
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We are still selling White Lace
Curtains at $1.25 per pair. For
value they are out of sight.
SERGES TO BURN
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