THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST 3, 1S9S.
The best at tbc lowest ;-
prion at IIOIT'S.
f yon do ;
tho market' value of furni
ture you can .-afelv place
yourself in our hand-, and
be sure of honest treatment.
We will advi-e von honestlv,
and give you just as good
prices as though you were
in the' bu-un-ss. We have
built up our inirnense trade
through fair and square
dealing, ami we have too
much at stake to spoil our
These sample Polished Oak
Chamber Suites and sample
pieces of Hall, Dining Room
and Librarv Furniture are
mod el 3 of the best makes
and best styles. That's why
they're such big bargains at
the special prices.
You can't appreciate what
a chance is offered unless you
see the furniture.
Remember that our repair
department is run on the
saving-to-you-plan. We give
you the best service for the
OLD TROOP SHIP
Ma I iiiilow
Contains the following
articles, composing a
complete kitchen outfit,
Capt."Ben" Whitney's Re
collections of Transports.
The total number of deaths reported for
the month of July '.'A. l, was 75, dis
tribute.! as follows:
'Twas Many Years Agone-Not a
Great Deal of Attention for the
Old Time Boys No Pie.
.1 lengths stove pipe,
Agate Saucepan, (medium),
Agate Saucepan (large),
Agate Cake Turner,
3 Pie Plates,
J. HOPP & CO
Leading Furniture Dealers.
KING & BETHEL STS.
e Peoples 81
A dry scalp causes dandruff dan
druff causes the clothing to becomt
soiled. A minute or two each morn
ing and evening devoted to the apply
ing of our Dandruff Killer does tht
Put up In one size bottles only.
Flag Handkerchiefs and
With American and
With American and
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP.
PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Proprs.
Arlington Block, Hotel St.
A Large Stock on hand to select
from. To be sold at low prices.
C BELLINA, Manager.
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
Livery. BiiiiyiTSDies Siles.
PROMPT SERVICE. STYLISH TURN
OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS.
We are especially equipped to cater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
aex-vice is what we depend on to get It.
Dr. Rowat is always in attendance
at the Stables.
Glub Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union it Hotel Sts.
(Old 15ell Tower.)
CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment's
HACKS Nos. 15, C5, 70, 77, 97, 125
C. BELLINA, Mgr.
Tel. 319. Stables Tel. 477.
WAVER LEY BLOCK,
FOR THE TABLE.
Tender, Juicy, home dressed meats.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, ROASTS,
Everything fresh and good here.
And prices are always very reasonable.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nuuanu St. Tel. 104.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
A SHIPLOAD OP
Metropolitan Meat Market,
C;)p'n IJ'.n, tho iil':.s watchman, v.u.s
ii.stenins to the .strains of the Pennsyl
vania's band the other evening. The
sun had just sunk from siulu around
Harbor's point and carriages were go
ing to and from the Mail wharf where
the big transport v,"as moored. It was
then that he told of the eukt way, in
which the men of the North left for
rhe battle fields of Cerro Gordo. Chap
ultepec and Vera Cruz during the Mex
ican war of the later
There were no women around the old
ship on which he was stationed, as she
swung at anchor off Governor's Island
in New York harbor. They shed their
tears at home in those days. There
might have been buttons with "Re
member the Almo" on them, but Cap'n
lien didn't think there was. Fair
hands brought no pie to the hungry
boys. There were no snap shots by
kodak fiends to send to home and
mother. Somehow or other, the lads
got along without these things. Eight
een days on salt pork-and cabbage
rather a long stretch but that was ail
the food of the troopship of '47 that
had Cap'n Pen and his comrades al
the way to Vera Cruz. Then there was
a long march over the burning sands to
the City cf Mexico. There had been
no stopping off place for the seasick
soldier boys to find sympathizing
friends and send word back to New
England that they had eaten no other
pi( for many weeks. Salt pork and
saner krout with coffee, morning, noon
and night. Cap'n Pen got stiaer krout
logged and can't look at a head of cab
bage without becoming nauseated now
The return by the old side-wheeler
Massachusetts, which broke the record
of those days by making the trip in
10 days was more pleasant. Upon the
arrival of the victorious army after
their two years' campaign in Mexico
a good deal or luss was made over the
soldiers in New York and Poston. "Put
Jnotnin', nothin'," said grizzled Cap'n
lien, ' compared to what these youngs
ters are get tin . Somehow we didn't
feel so rich in those days and the main
thing was to get back to the farm, get
the crop in and go out fiishin' for all
us Maine men were more or less sea
T i 1 a r
i-ater on, wnen mistortunes came,
and Cap'n Pen reminded Uncle Sam
through the pension office of his ser
vice in the war of '48, reward came
promptly, and comes every three
months still, in the small amount al
lotted to pensioners of the Mexican
war. Once, some ferret, in the pension
office in Washington thought he had
picked a flaw in Cap'n Pen's record
and wrote on saying he wanted affidav
its of birth and other things that for
sixty years he had long quit worrying
about. Put plenty of letters went from
Honolulu to Washington, showing that
Cap'n Pen had not only been a sol
dier of the Mexican war but master of
an American ship as well and never
again has he been questioned by the
I'ndt-T 1 year 1J j From Go to 4 -1-
From 1 to 5 7 j From 4n to ..
From .3 to 10 of From ;"o to o .
From 10 to -0 5 j From f'-o to 70.
From -0 to 30 11 Over 70
43 j Great Pntair: 1
. 1 i j Fiuted .t.ttr- ;
Oilier !iat;u:iaiit:t- J
At this time, when the minds of the people nn
with reetinj: and aloha toward the army of visitors
should not le lorotteii to personal wants
July lv.;. .
Julv 1 v 7 . .
July 1-0 v..
Uriphts Diaea-e. .
Cholera 1 nfantum
F. OF r.EATH.
Dyspepsia ........ 1
Enteritis ... 1
Fever, Typh id . .
b ever, Malarial ... 1
Heart Disease. . .
r Hemorrhage .
Obstruction, vi tbc
of the soldiers when attention is called. They are all business,
so should he tin- civilian when attention is called to their
personal needs. Newspapers are the medium of attention and
thou-ht and through them we call the public to attention.
Shoes need attention, your fret need consideration. We have
shoes to suit everybody in price and style. We ask your
attention and patronaire.
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
Island Orders Solicited. 205 Hotel St., Arlington Block.
Opp. Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Faraly'sis . .
DEATHS BY WARDS.
Animal death rate per 1000 for month 30. CO
Asiatics 24. (Xc
All other nationalities lG.'Jl
C. 15. llEYNOLPS, .
Agent Board of Health.
hitrate of soda WASHINGTON FEED CO.
An excellent Fertilizer for
Rattoons and Early Cane,
And in the Dry Season.
Advance orders filled as received from
For further details address
Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
P. O. Box 136. Honolulu.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
HAY. GRI1IH. FEED. rLOUR. ME1LS. elC
Our goods are always fresh. Island
Honolulu Lad Who Has Been in
31 any Lands.
Harry Bode, the voting musician of
Company G, Montana Volunteers, has
seen a good deal of life for a boy of
his age, and, of course, he has been
in some narrow places. He was on
the Maine, for one thing, and left her
just before she sailed for Havana. Once
he was in jail for CO days for refusing
to leave a tabu freight train upon
which he had taken passage. He was
in Skaguay, Alaska, only a short time
ago and saw a good deal of the gold
excitement. His enlistment tor Ma
nila was not a surprise to any of his
Bode was born in these Islands. Be-
ing cut auritc in tne worm wnen a
mere boy he was taken up. raised and
educated by H. Klemme. Once when
14 years of age he was given a switch
ing for a serious breach of parental
discipline. He ran away immediately
and was jrone three years. During this
time he wandered over most of the
When last in Honolulu he worked
on the dredger and was bell boy at
the Hawaiian hotel. One day he was
gone, no one knew where or how. His
ace was recognized a few months later
in a group picture of a I. S. S. Maine
rew. For a long time after the terri
ble disaster in Havana harbor. Bode
was supposed to have gone down with
he ship. News of him in Alaska, how
ever, dispelled this fear of his friends.
Bode is a polite little gentleman. He
as none of the bumptiousness of a
wanderer or tough, and is honest -to
the core. He is also smart and in
dustrious. . For these reasons he has
gotten along fairly well everywhere
and undoubtedly has a good future be
fore him. He is very popular with
ofhVers and men of his company.
Late Saratoga, Waikifci.
Mr. Karl Klemme begs to notify the
Public of Honolulu and surrounding
Islands that he has undertaken the
management of this well known
Every arrangement has been made
for the convenience of Bathers and
those wishing to enjoy a
Improve this opportunity.
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All carriages will be sold for
per cent, less than formerly.
This discount brings the goods
on a par with San Francisco
prices and in many instances
A full line of
Fine Double or Single Harness, Saddles,
Whips, Lamps and Lap Robes
Always on Hand.
at : the
He trusts that lie may receive the
patronage he will endeavor to deserve.
Free bathing for school children
For particulars inquire at Queen's
Hotel, Nuuanu Avenue. Tels. 809 and
Fence, Fence, Fence!
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY.
firislani Oriars Promptly Filled. Fort St.. above Club Stables.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and Kin
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Please don't take offense when I -tell
you an Iron fence is the greatest that
ever happened at 55 cents per foot and
erected and painted. Be modern and
show your beautiful homes. Down with
the hedges and board fences (relics of
by-gone days) and beautify your
grounds and the city by throwing them
open to view. It does not take a
scholar to see the economy in beauty
and durability in an Iron fence over
all others at our prices. Every one
acknowledges its superiority in every
way, but former high prices have kept
it from all but the wealthy. Iron and
Wire Work of all kinds at lowest
'oceries, Provisions and Feed
General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods.
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New and Fresn Goods Received by very Packet from California,
Eastern States and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
P. O. BOX 145.
J li f. V4
lie Hawaiian n Fence Co
r-igS HAT MANUFACTURER.
KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke.
J. H. ANKROM.
Is a winner with the "boys." They
drink as much of it as they like
without fear of having a "large" head
nxt day. Rainier leaves no unpleas
ant after-effects. It's the most delight
ful of all fine beers. On tap or in bot
tles at the Criterion.
To have our wagons bring all the
Bread, Rolls, Biscuits, Cake. and Pastry
vou'll need every morning, fresh
from the oven. Saves you all the
trouble of baking. Insures having the
lightest, most delicious Bread, etc., it's
possible to bake.
JAPANESE FIRE WORKS,
Of all descriptions made to order
' HftlS. JflPflNESE LANTERNS
SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES.
That from and after the day of actual possession by the
United States of the Hawaiian Islands the dutv on all
The GERMAN BAKERY English made
833 FORT ST.
The Result of Neglect
Many people are given to procrastin
ation. They think that wrongs will
right themselves. Xot so with the eyes.
Every day brings further complica
tion. Many suffer with headaches,
nervousness and dizziness without
thinking they are cause,! by the eyes.
used in the harness business advances in duty from Lj per
cent, to o0 per cent.
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I will sell my present stock consisting of Hiding Saddles,
Saddle Felts, Stirrups, Horse Brushes, Saddle- Girts, Spurs,
Leggings, Elliman's Embrocation, Etc., at the former prices,
but cannot hold out any inducements after the stock is sold.
Take advantage of this offer. It will pay you to visit
my store when in Tieed of anything.
By my methods of examination mis
take is impossible. Examination;
S. E. LUCAS, '
OFFICE: Love Building. Fort Street.
P. O. BOX 496.
King St., near Nauana St., Honoleln.
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