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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 8, 1890.
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 was crowded all last week with delighted buyers. We have the
" RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES."
TOWEL SALE NOW ON
Bis:, Thirsty, Thick and
Hcivy, White Turkish
Bath Towels at only $3.00
The best value ever offered : :
Cotton and Linen face Towels in
sill qualities, at bargain prices.
Such values were never offered
Bleached Damask - .SOcts. yd.
T3rown . - - .40 " "
Napkins - $1.75 " doz.
Usually sold at $2.50
Headquaters for Sheeting
and Pillow Casings.
We sdl more of these goods than
ill the other stores put together. A
sure sign that our prices are right.
DOOM OF FORT SAN JUAN.
valley unii up tlio TiirniesriTopo Fownrd
thn Spanish fccoihI pcitlou. When this
movement ticgnii, Sun Jumi blockhouso
wna Ktill W'leljliik flro, mid part of tlio
Third tin airy, together with tho Sixth,
under Major Lebo, Mruck out in a di
UK01111I lino for tlio stubborn fortress.
Iluwlciim' men, uetucBt tho cavalry at
that time mid tapuratod from Wlkofl's
reginientn by shrubbery uud trees nnd
tho ulevatimifi of ground botweeu, htnrt
id forvtnrd, tho Sixteenth npparoutly
Jeading and deflecting Komowhat to tho
left. At tho very head of tho Sixteenth
regiment ran that fitahvait nepro, who-o
powerful maehoto had out through tho
lialf dwell strands of barbed wiro with
lino blow. Frenzied with his hatred of
the Spaniards and overjoyed th.it tho
Aincricuu army was at his back, hu
plunged foiwanl, howling lllcoa demon.
As tho lino uenred tho crest au ollicor
of tlio cavalry warned Parker that ho
-was in danger of fcliooting IiIhowu men.
"Not yet," said Parker. "Tho rango is
tna high, I'll stop when they are well
up." S01110 ouo in Parker's own regi
ment, thu Thirteenth, signaled him
with a whltu handkerchief when to
stop. Likewise Grimes nnd Parkhnrst,
over 2,000 yards in tho rear, trained
their glares outhobloukhouso, watched
tho advancing infantry lines, and juht
in tho n lei: of tlmo ceased llring, for tho
concussion of cuo of Grimes' hbolls,
-which fell short, htnniicd nnd knocked
down Captain .McFarlund of thu Six
teenth regiment. Tho Ilotcbkisx bat
tery, from tlio Hiino rango as Parker
that is, tho slopo of "Kettlo" bill
j.ound 2 ine'i shall into tho blockhouse
over thu heads of tho charging infantry.
Tho men of tho Sixth nnd Sixteenth
n lined for thu tronches on tho Spanish
right and loft of tho blockhouse, pull
ing thonuulves up whiro tho ground
was abrupt liy grasping tlio thick, strong
grass. Under thu very ciest thoy were
pnfo from Spanihh flro, but at tho top
thoy encountered four strand barbed
-wiro fentis, which thu men of tho Six
teenth cut through, using their nippers,
Tho hv.rvinrn say that thu trenches
wero Illicit with dead and wounded
Spaniard!', whom thoy had killed by
JCrag-Jnrgeuscnflio, while halted at the
mbankiueut farther down thu Held.
Thoy My also that Parker's gnus did
f?noil work, especially in their moral
affect upon thu advancing infantry.
Ono of tlio artillery uliells hud out
down thu Spanish flag, which, tho mtn
of thu Slxtimiith say, was lying on tho
roof when tliev pancd by the block
liouso, or thruigli it, for Lioiitenaut
Cuuy of Company 12 did pafH through.
Ten luur'oi later hu saw tho Thirlcc-Mi
iiien taking tho fl'ig from the. roof. Tho
jiieli ot the SI.- i. , y that when
thoy opened flro upon tho Spaniards re-treat'-;.'
from t'n blnckhnn" n :d
tieiiclip? .'ino ouo cried nut, "Thrv'rn
ubiyisl" Thoflro wuh fetopped for tho
A CROWD-COLLECTOR IN
All-wool ax in. wide.
NEW DESIGNS at 7?c,
$i.oo and i.2"j per yd.
BUSINESS - BRINGERS IN
From $3.7 $ to to.oo each.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
An increase in the pur
chasing power of your hus
band's dollar is worthy of
Our BEDSPREADS at $
each are worth half as much
again. They are hemmed
and ready for use.
SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
S35393 Tlx People's Providers). :
Agents for R. & G. and G. D. Corsets, and the Celebrated Chicago Waists.
tjpauish uniform hud fhafwonTTiy sonio
Cubans was similar; otherwiso moro
Spaniards could Jutvo been captured.
Whon tho Spauiatds began running.
Major Auinan of the Thirteenth started
ahead shouting: "Tho Spaniards aro
running, hoys! Forward Thirteenth!"
This speech of Aumaii's, it was declared
by ofllcers in tbo brlgado, was 0 general
bracer for them nil. Auman wns n vet
eran. Iu the firing lino of tho Thirteenth
was n gallant boy soldier, tlio sou and
uauiosako of General T. M. Audorson,
who is with tho army Iu tho Philip
pines. Young Anderson had won his
way from the ranks to a lieutenancy.
As tho lino of tho Thirteenth started
forward for that last spurt Anderson
called out to tho men nearest him, " Ad
vance rapidly!" nnd with about ndozon
others bioko looso from tho lino nnd
rushed on to tho Spanish ditoh which
lay farthest down tho slopo. This ditch
j had been ouo of tho tnrguts of thoKrag-
lorgeuscusoi mo ruirieeum. uiainuer-
LIEUTENANT T. M. ANDERSON', Jll.
LcmW of a bravo handful.
ing up, Anderson and his little band
moved on around tho blockhouso to get
within rango of thu retreating Spaniards.
As thoy passod tho blockhouso thoy saw
a Spaniard Iu tho door, who quickly
vanished, and supposing there wcro oth
ers also boating retreat, hoped to capture
them by going around tho fort. At this
timosomo of tint Sixth cavalry cumo up,
mid one of Anderson's men, Privato
Agnuw of Company II, climbed upon
tho roof and took tho (lag down. Whilo
tho Thirteenth mtn were showing tlio
flag to the cavalrymen two of Ander
son's band were hit. Anderson says this
flro camo from Spaniards who wero un
der tho Ked Cross flag in somu building
011 tho outskirts of Santiago. Thu Thir
teenth men thought that tho captured
ling was a Jonah, toro it Into bits nnd
, distributed tho pieces. Tho gallnut Ma
jor Annum was wounded before ho
reached thu blockhouso, and tho senior
, olllcer on tho hill, Captain Foroanco,
was out down ut thu blockhouso with a
wound which caused his death next day.
I The Twenty-fourth reulment wns led
200 Pieces More!
32 inches wide at
$2.25 per Piece
of twenty-four yards. The
same quality is usually sold
at $3.7?. Don't wait to think
about it or you will miss the
Printed Lawns and Dimi
ties! Regular 15c. values THIS
WEEK ONLY 10c. per yard.
2000 Dozen Valenciennes
Edgings and Insertions
From 25c. to $3.25 per
up tho hill by Captain Wolgaut, who
took command ufter Llsouni fell. Tho
charge of this regiment of negroes 1b
lauded by all who wltuessed it.
Gkohqk L. Kilmer.
McKINLEY'H WICSTEHN TIUP.
Wa'hinRton, June 25 Pieei
dent McKiuley mny not bo able to
take bis contemplated Westum
trip this summer. The Cabinet
ofllcer wbo makes this statement
ascribes two reasons, ono being tbo
increased seriousness of tbePhilip
pine situation and the other Sec
retary Hay's desiro to lako an ex
tended absenoe from tho Depart
ment of State. The Philippine sit
uation will make it impossible for
him to start as early as has been
intended, even if it b found he
can go at all, for the enlistment
and equipment of a volunteer
force will make the President's
presence in Washington desirable.
Senator Tlmrtlon lo Itriire.
Washington, Juno '27. Senator
Thurston of Nobraska today said:
"Having noted several suggestions
in the Western press that I might
bo a candidate for Vice-President,
I desire to state, once and for all,
that I am not anil shall not be.
ily only ambition is to retire to
tbo practice of my profession at
tho end of my present term. I
would gladly resign now from thu
Senate for that purpose if my
filaco could bo filled by a Repub
ican successor. I ctinnot entor
taiu tho thought of over holding
another public oQico."
ICnilan ItlonairtiHn Funeral.
Spokauo, June 27. Three thou
sand people wero in tbo sad pro
cession that followed the late En
sign Itobort Mouughan from the
Oity Hall to Goczaga Chapel,
while 25,000 moro linod tho stroets
on tbo line of march.
Tile L,at Car.
The last oars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palamu
pass tbo Anchor Saloon. The
cleverest mixologists in the oity
are there always to put you up
anything you may dosiro. Drop
iu and tako a drop before you take
tho car. The celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo had here on draught.
A full line of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jcbbo Moore Whisky
oto., always on band. Rocoivod
per Warrimoo, Rainier Bock Boer
on draught. The Anchor Saloon
ia hero to please its patrons.
Don't Forget Our
In Plain Colors and Change
able Effects at 75c. a yaVd.
Is one of the latest produc
tions. If you are looking for
something choice, ask to see
them, they are new.
In All Width and Colors.
Everybody says they get bet
ter values in
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
From us than from any other
store in town. New Designs
in LACE and DROPSTITCH,
COTTON and LISLE.
THE OLD STANDARD, THE OLD RELIABLE
1833 Manufactured by C. F. Martin & Co. 1899.
WHO MAKES FRIENDS
THE CHICKERING PIANO
helps to make these friends, for a Chickering
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Full range of sizes generally
Infants' and Children's
Silk and Muslin
HATS and BONNETS
A large variety to select
ART DENIMS and
And a full range of SI LKO
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choicest designs ever exhi
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his customers builds up his trade
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AGENCY, ALSO, FOR
' Tasseled Madras
is the very newest material for
Curtains. The designs and colors
are perfect, while the prices are
We are still selling White Lace
Curtains at $1.25 per pair. For
value they are out of sight.
SERGES TO BURN
Our Serge at .50 cents per yard in
Black and Navy Blue 45 inches
Good for Riding Habits, SKIRTS, or
girl's wear. They are all wool and
the colors are fast. We guarantee
them. DON'T fail to look at them.
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