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TIIK PACIFIC OOMMJSltClAL ADVJSltTISKK; ILQXQL,VL,U, NO VrJ33IJJi2U 0. 1894. HELD BY THE ENEMY WELL DONE MB, II, KLEMME WILL CONTEST Dailey's Company and tho Play Will Petition to Have tbo Election (Bait: si ttvcztistmmls. I ! TV f ! I Wero Pleasing to All. Li 1 3 , : i m;r mi )v mm ML MID VLUVIVV K- V Nmiir Strong Situation l'rrii Atioit. fr lli irntl H ' I -it I m r rrlr uf Tlil(m. Tho Htirring military ilraina, 44 1 Ielil hv the Kneniv." hail an ft . a . k 1 ablt) prrentation by tho n.iiicy company last night. There wan a largo audience, and all seemed greatly pleaaed. Miss Dalgleish, tho bride, had a llatterii g recep tion. Tho lines "catno pat" when, as Susan McCreery, who was in formed that she knew nothing about marriage, and spiritedly re plied that she did know all about it. Al II. Hallett made his hit of tho encasement at tho end of tho second act. Miss Nannery and Mies S'now were particularly caj- able in tho third act. Louis Bel- mour contributed most of tho fun. Mr. Pailev was excellent as tho old negro. Richard Scott was a dashing ollicer, and Jean Weiner and John Howard made good sol diers in mimic action. Tho bom Declared Yoid. I'nlitrti lit I llf tk I' In ll-H) llioy (c.iiulril Him Mlil-lla Will N , Ut, l;till-,lr.t'-l .Mail. Henry Klemme, tho indepen dent, will content. He gives notice that ho will sue to have the elec tion declared void. Klemme claims tliat no was cheated on ihe -J m lilt. He believes a recount will show that at leatt one A. l. I, candidate was beaten and that there were some llaws in the count. Klemmo is the man who was ad vertised as "the peopled represen tative. He was the avowed can didate of tho Schuetzen Club from which tho mounted police cut ofl. Klemmo was defeated by four votes. In an interview yesterday Mr. Klemmo spoke with much earnest ness and was somewhat bitter in his tone. Ho said that he knew and that every fair-minded person must know that he was elected. TIIK M'CLI-LLAX STATUE IX PHILADELPHIA. (iir:il (Ji'nixe It. McClellan m-ah orn in I'liilHI-lf.liU J7 years ago, and it is vmHt ii. iitly ai-propiiate tluit hw Btatun bhoul.l Imj erected in the Ouaker City. The h tat in f hioue, ami horse and man are half aain an larjje an life. The fund or th htatuu wert? raided hy the adiuirfrs of the Hero of Autietam. ASK YOUR GKOCKH FOK BED LAEEL OTSTEES Tlese are pack Irge, Fat, Extra seltrctei. Or,v trial will prove tl,eir merit. & Ji.TJje Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity Than Those of any Other Mitchell & Peterson, Coast Agents. SOMETHING NEW! Me XlCclXl Cig ars ! 2. bardment scene was quite realistic, correct recount, he declared, would and the Southern parlor was de- ?how that ho was entitled to a seat Mf?ilIv TirPtKv Mina Tumour was In . uw UXJUV- X1 "tt,ucu i . w- - ii a i l j. a. A t. i efTective as a Southern ladv. P. A. "K".1.8 . anu. 11 iIb0 l" " UO TO Nannery mado a fine figure as a "U"-.U"AC,U-. major-general commanding. of which ho is president, is push- Tomorrow afternoon and even- two ;!! r,m-Inr.nrl fVirt I expense, so no ea s. .ur. Aierame ri a ttiti spectecular -Cinderella A wealth H,at JTI!? hoUgbt R HALL of ecenerv has been provided. Mr. lDai me iwo scnueizen uiuus were D, u linUU . . . .... I r a n n i f it nnii Id Im litnififl nnil Uailey purposes that "Cinderella" "v j I T Vi T -,ir, ,r,cnoi;fnn I would soon be treated to a eur- style. Miss Stockmeyer will sing P6re in political manipulation two native songs. It is said she le1mme contends that he has quite mastered them in the ils ""f'A ;ulc a original. There will be the golden popular candidate on the A. coach and ponies, the fairies min- U. P. ticket. He claims that all the FOE m uet and many other features. The scenic artist has been busy for weeks upon "Cinderella" and thi3 series of transformations will sur prise and please all : San Francisco. Honolulu. Aloha. Crystal slipper. Hands across the sea. The thought in one scene is the union of Hawaii and the United States. The picture is simply fan ciful and has no political signifi cance whatever. For the special testimonial to Miss Nannery Monday afternoon seats will be reserved. The box sheet will be opened at Levey this morning. A SOUVENIR BADGE. San McKeagne Presented with One While in Pittsburg. Sam McKeague, a member of the George de Long Post, G. A. R., re cently returned home, after attend ing the twenty-eighth National En campment of the Grand Army of the Republic, which was held at Pittsburg, Penn., on September 10th last. Mr. McKeague was delegated to represent hia Post. He was naturally, made a great deal of for traveling eo far to take part in the encampment, and. iust before he 9 mm left for home, was presented with a handsome bronze badge. There were a limited number of the sou venir badges struck off, after which the die wa3 destroyed. The mate rial for the badges was obtained from an old cannon that had been stationed in the Alleghany arsenal. The cannon was donated by an Act of Congre3 to the Citizens' Execu tive Committee of Pittsburg for the purpose of making the souvenir badges. Each one was encased in a handsome box made of thin steel representing a section of a railroad rail. The committee, in presenting the badge, had this to say : " May the preciou3 memories of the old cannon, as embodied in this badge, cheer and brighten your pathway through life and prove a valuable legacy to your children Portuguese voted for him, but that their ballots were unceremoniously tossed out. According to Klemme he was given credit only for the votes cast bv "white men" and m . m m 1 m 1 some ol tnese were ovenooKea by the returning boards. Th rnntestant aavs that he has the sympathy of plenty of good JH b peopls and mentionea tne em ployees of a very large German wholesale house as having voted for him. CORNER Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship Chandlery, Leather, Pipe and Fittings Salt, VERY FINE. Said to be Super ior to Havana? ! TRY THEM. HOLLTSTER & CO. Importers of Tobaccos, Cigars, Smokers' Article. Wax , "Vestas, Etc., Etc. HE WAS BECALMED. v King Streets. Comrade McKeague is justly proud o: hi3 badge. THE LABOR COMMISSION. The Plantation People to be Asked for Information. The Labor Commission had an other meeting yesterday morning, Messrs. Ernmelutb, Murray and Severance being jiresent. There was considerable discussion aa to the numerous things tho lioard wishes to find out and tho best way of getting at the facts. From tho variou.s matters the investigation of which i.s imposed upon the Com mission by the law creating that body a selection was made and the secretary instructed to prepare the draft of a circular letter asking for the information de?ird on these points, it oeing intended to pend copien of this letter when prepared to the plantation people through out the country. FUENITUKE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF -OF THE LATEST PATTERNS IN Why John Schwanck Asserts Tha Yachtisg is a Failure. John Schwanck, the bumboat man and merchant, declares that he is done with yachting. Schwanck lately purchased a fine place at Pearl Lochs. He decided to make a trip down by water and secured a war hpcalmpd. Time nassed. dark FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY ness approached and Schwanck took to the oars. He is handy witn them and likes a pull now and then, but has no fondness for a task of ten miles with a heavy sloop, well loaded. All material affairs end, and Schwanck, warm and weary, finally landed at his place by the future rendezvous of the navies of the world. That night Schwanck dreamed dreams. One was of his labors the day before and the rest of a fifteen minute sail up for the return trip. The wind seemed all right when he came out over the bar for the run home. But it soon died away. Schwanck did the galley fclave act again. He says that Oscar White or any other man who suggests promotion of yachting should be placed on bread and water six months, twice a year for ten jears. 1 mm Lubricating Oils txtet 9tr ledroom Sets, Wicker Ware, Cheffonlers and Chairs TO 8UIT ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES; ALSO, ALL KIND8 OF MANU FACTURING DONE IN FURNITURE, BEDDING AND UPHOLSTERING, AND BEST QUALITY OF LIVE GEESE FEATHERS, HAIR, MOSS AND EXCELSIOR ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST PATTERNS OF WICKER WARE IN SETS OR SINGLE PIECES. KEP H. E. McINTTRE & BRO.. onler9 for Wicker Ware or all kinds of Furniture to erxlX Special at low prices. J3GFA11 orders from the other islands will receive our prompt attention Furniture will be well packed and goods Bold at Han Francieco pricee. IXrORTSRS AND PXALBR3 II and -O- A LITERARY GEM. J. HOPP Sc 7 t CO., Kintr Street A Colonist Who is Keen for Island Information. Iielow is a verbatim conv of a let- ler of inquiry lately received at one ??j Your DrunnKf s v mm mm m mmj a u mil mm of the Government offices. The man ?) no doubt means well enough. Ho will be favored with "ful pcrticu lars" : IlKiTisir Columbia, Octooer 17, Selnj: JJy the in-H that your fjfivi-rmput it4 wikhirif Whiff luliiir to i.rn(.(rrcnt try voiir (!ouritrv nlnw tiim fr I J ask you to for the information I wish ltd O A TlTTfTP AO iO I and five of My family ar Tailor four I till H li II ories and won dauKhtr. My family ft i V PI M II Hft k V l Your Grocers Ala new beverage pure, jj stimulating. It is non-alcoholic lfte of nlrjf !not including My a? and Will I farn from tho Htat of Wo.ihlntori to JJ Cdurfdng tho ntart of the dfpeHon and I find It near I'.ad her JJelng m near tho linen Mr ti Inforrnatalon I want Is Cold we (Jet work at our tread ther and ahou niato a .1 A rff wage?! m jayefJ on ineaverago io jau or3 and Talfore""M and coit of living you muit no it If no Hinal rnattor to . m ta! move Wltri nucri a iarg ianieiy coinm ring tho expene. and (et di-ajented huuH you wll llfj so Kind ir n to aiJt rne and find out our tread IJy letting rne no ful perti'.ularf you wl oblldg your hurnhen nervant Aro tion Soiling exhilarating, refreshing and I )imiI I t inrvnpnctvr. Iirrincr tnt linlfln tti.nlirs four wliril nrfn.irrI jfor use. IJcIng both food and drink, you will find It Jut the thing to tone the fogging yMcm. Tor full luformatlon, call upon your i dealers or drop us n postal card. Kri Till! CAI.irORNIA 1UAPI- TOO!) CO.. 5an l-rniKlncn, C.d. j Groceries, Provisions and Feed KAST OOKNKK FORT AND KING 8TUKKTS. New Goods received by every packet from the K Astern Stnteaand Knrcpe Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully Attended to, and liooils delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited, Batisfaction gnaranteed. Tost Ofllce Box No. 14,. Telephone No. 92. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO RA FOOD I GENERAL Th Minister of tho Interior nfka for teri'lera for tho rnnterinl to ho uaed in tho construction of tho NiHianu Ptreet wliarf shed. T7iO DaiJv month. Advertiser 7o conta Pacific Commrcial Advertiser, Suinhiy. 75 Contn mr Monlli. DolivortMl ly Car rior Ut imy purl of tlio ('ily. RINTE P AND BINDERS No. 46 Merchant Street. 15"