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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST, 23, 1S99.
10 LAXAT1NE Till7! KIND YOl' HA VK ALWAYS bought has borne the signature of the Western Chemical Co. of Chicago, 111., for years. Allow no one to deceive you with counterfeits. Imitations and "just as goods" are but experiments, and en danger the health of children. automatic SENATOR IS HERE Jas.f. morgan RETIRflNG FRM ooo What is Laxatine? l.AXATIXE IS NOTHING BUT THE FINEST CASTOR OIL, with its objec tionable taste removed by our new process. LAXATINE is as pleasant to take as honey. Children like it. No trouble to get them to take it. It con tains neither onium. morphine, nor other narcotic substances. It relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency; it assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giv ing healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea the Mothers' Friend. , Prepared only by. the Western Chemical Co., Chicago, Ills. BLUE FLAME OIL STOYES. With Some Seven Hund red Recruits lie List of Officers and Passengers for Manila-Had Quick Trip to this Port, in i Brate. 33 Queen Street, p. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. THIS DAY. tee You Seen Them? -- GONSALVES&CO. L,IMITJSD. Sole Agents for . the Hawaiian Islands. GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S Hew Book Bulletin! BOOKS : AND : STATIONARY. No Wick. One Lever Operates the Whole Thing. Simple, Safe, Clean. Economical and Good Cookers. Prices Reasonable. One Burner. Two Burners. Three Burners. Four Burners. And Ovens for Same. Call in and See One in Operation. No Trouble to Show Them. . CREDIT Auction Sale. 1C FORT STREET. "The Development of E n g 1 is h Thought," by Simon N. Patten, Ph.D. "Swallow," by H. Rider Haggard. "The Wizard," by H. Rider Haggard. "The Fowler," by Beatrice Harraden. "The Rough Riders," by Theodore Roosevelt. "The Trail of the Gold Seekers," by Hamlin Garland. "The Downfall of the Dervishes," by E. N. Bennett. "Waldtraut"- by M. Rudiger; transla ted by C. LeDuc. Crook, Ph.D. "The Minor Tactics of Chess," by F K. Young and E. C. Howell. MThfl Malor Tactics of Chess." by F. Youne. "Outsiders," by Robert W. Chambers. "Dross." bv Henry Seton Merriman. "With Kitchener to Khartum," by G. W. Steevens. "Prisoners of Hope," by Mary John ston. "The Onen Question." by Elizabeth Robins. TAILORS' GOODS, PRINTS, DENIMS, WHITE AND BROWN COTTONS, DRESS GOODS, ETC., ETC. Goods now to the trade. on view. Liberal terms -SEE OUR House fmi mi Wm. SECOND FL.OOR. Take the Elevator. II ion LIMITED. IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Utensils. It is due to Captain J. B. Patterson, commanding, the United States army transport Senator, that that vessel is now at Oceanic wharf instead of buf fptinrr head winds and seas on the nor- tr, Manila i-ir, VnMenti it By order of H. Hackfeld & Co. Ltd., I wns when Patterson arrived in San hvi11 hoM a France credit sale of sta Francisco, returning from a brief fur- goods at my salesroom, 33 Queen u4h nn fin thp Sounrl to see his fam- i, uu hkmmuai uuu muxt- ilv after the Senator had brought the DAY, August 23d and 2ith. Commenc 4. .-. ti,n inc oacn uav at iu o ciuck u. m. 'onnc v i vn it i;i i i irin. nriir tu liic - j V 4 A t ,7 " w - - o " -m w 1 i A. 1 I . 1 Coast trora -uanna, tnai uie i iiuh. There w,n be solJ States quartermaster there showed him orders from General Otis that all United States transports should go to Manila by way of Nagasaki in order to avoid coaling at Manila during the typhoon season. The Morgan City, obeying Otis' orders, had already sailed for Nagasaki. Captain Patterson most sensibly sug gested that smaller transports could scarcely reach Nagasaki in the heavy weather now prevailing and after con sultation with Washington, Otis' or ders were countermanded, and for the future all the smaller transports will continue to stop at Honolulu for coal ing en route to the Philippines. The Senator sailed from San Fran cisco at 5:30 p. m. August 15 and has had a voyage over an ocean quiet as the proverbial millpond. On board are CGO recruits, all told, for the army of the Philippines. The following are the officers on du ty with the recruits: Major II . H. Adams. Fichteenth United States in fantry (commanding); Captain J. M. h TCinth TT. S infn.nt.rv fadiu- ant): First Lieutenant L. F. Kilbourne, I AT17TID AY. ATTfilTST 'f. Third infantry; Second Lieutenant J. K. Parsons, Twentieth infantry; Sec- . n T ... t v i, v . - x " - - JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer. Auction Sale OF Turkish and Perisian w 1MB RLE A Genuine Closing Out Sale of BOOTS AND SHOES. Irresistible, honest closing out. The price is what's drawing the crowd. and the fact that the PURCHASER is making ALL THE PROFIT, and not the seller, makes things interesting. IT IS OUR AIM to close this business inside of SIXTY DAYS; at the rate shoes are selling it won't take so long. Customers are laying in a year's supply why not you? THE GOODS ARE HERE; the quality is right; the shape is right, and prices are so cut on some goods, we almost PAY YOU A BONUS with each pair. NO CREDIT sales to any one. CASH ONLY. ooo A O 1L1O 205 Hotel St.. MURPHY St CO Arlington Block. HONOLULU STOCK YARDS Co. -LIMITED- W. S. WITHERS, Manager. ond Lieutenant Maxwell Keyes, Third infantry; Major- and Surgeon H. W. Card well, U. S. V.; First Lieutenant H. G. Grubbs, Sixth infantry, quartermas ter and commissary; Acting Assistant Surseon L. ,B. Sandall; Second Lieu- SOLE AGENTS, H&ffAIUN ISLANDS tenant C. M. Duffy, U. S. V., signal corps. JEWEL STOVES for Coal or Wood. Tfce passengers are: Lieutenant E. GURNEY CLEANABLE REFRIG- M. Hayes, Fourth cavalry; L. C. Bai- ERATORS. hey, commissary clerk; W. A. Taylor, paymaster's clerk; Rev. P. F. McDon- i -r- I - 1 - -: ... ,-.1 1 - tvtnrltool t O BVI rM n v-K-E. - partment. F h Russey, clerk medical Merchant street entrance, next to the department; A. M. Gantner, quarter- Postofflce through our arcade. .Jt TnV, I. Z IjUul lei llltlSlCl O v-iti JV , , jamin Wood (Honolulu). , m . n ftv-rnimrO Maior H. W. Cardwell went tnrougn WHA I O rfl ALL VV& LrCllliV S withthe Oregon regiment last year, The sensible housewife would say a Good Cup of Coffee, Tea, Cocoa or serving with distinction during their Chocolate WTe have any of the above in endless variety to suit the palate campaign. Though a very young man i he has reached his high position COFFEES Mocha and Java, in berry or ground; pure Kona, in berry or through merit. ground Benjamin Wood, one of the passen- TEAS Uncoiored Japan, Green Japan, Young Hyson, Natural Leaf Japan, gers, is a relative of Major and Surgeon Japan Oalong, Orange Pekoe, English Breakfast in variety, Gunpow- Wood of the United States army hospi der Maravilla Garden Ceylon, Nirvana Ceylon, Oolong Mixed, Blend- tal at Honolulu. . ed 'etc. etc. The ship's officers are: Captain J. B. CHOCOLATES and COCOA Gheradell is Chocolate, cake or ground; Bakers' Patterson, Chief Officer C. Swanson, S,veet Chocolate, unsweetened, cake or ground; Breakfast Cocoa, Va- Second Officer J. Bowen, Third Officer nilla Chocolate, Wrebb's Homoeopathic, Phillips Digestible, Van Hou- p. Anderson, Chief Engineer J. Daw- ten's, etc. -AT- son, First Assistant - The undersigned offers at holm, Purser m. aaxgeut. residence of Mrs. C. B XV; th. fifth trin of the Senator, on Beretania. Young and nT?lTlJTM r,nniC. - IT OUT STREET Th first was with the Nebraska regi- Sales 4 FINE TEAMS Public Auction at the Mott-Smith build ing, corner of Fort and Hotel streets, an elegant assortment or TURKISH AND PERSIAN RUGS AND ART DRAPERIES, Personally selected for the Island trade by M. D. Mihran. Goods on view till day Friday. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. eai Estate Saddle amid Draft Horseo O Corner Alapai and Beretania Streets. FOR SHLE. etc. Salter's Grocery. private Damon Alapai -OOO Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. G. SCHUMAN. Carriage Kepositoiry. Fort Street. - TELEPHONE 680. Read the Hawaiian Gazette Special Machinery. J. J. fflcCabe Double Spindle Lathe Heaviest Lathe Work. Two Lathes in One. Direct Acting Electric Motor When Desired. can be ob- JAS. F. MORGAN, 33 Queen Street. j . a ATT 1 Ann nrfCt2 i Tl fl i i ontainini; uto-i,uuu v- ment last year, fouowea oy iu . frnnTaee3 of ty-third regulars; the tnira was witu the Twenty-second regulars, and the 233 feet on Beretania street; fourth with the Thirteenth regulars. 331 feet on Alapai street; The Senator will be here about two 330 feet on Young street; davs coaling. 295 feet at rear; Together with all buildings and im COMFORTABLE COMPANIONSHIP, provements. He cannot be an unhappy man who plan of property at my office, where , t ,1 c.n0 nf n xvnmnn to all neeaea inwruiduuu IiaS IUK IOVC tlim "'" " L , . , . . . , ,1 f ftf uaineu. accompany nim in eveu uanmcui , life. The world may look dark and cheerless without enemies may gather in his path, but, when, on his journey, he has the companionship of one whose presence cheers and strengthens him, he can smile at the mishaps, the trials and tribulations that may beset I ...... 1 f x his way. He is but halt prepared w .etio with this "un-to-date" life who does not provide himself with that friend who will lighten his labors, in crease his joys, lift evil from his heart and throw him in the way of sun 1 shine and health. And a Sterling com panion may be found in a Sterling bi cycle, which the Pacific Cycle & Man ufacturing Company, Fort street, will cheerfully introduce and indorse Keeps constantly on hand A FULL LINE OF Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Carts- (ALL SIZES) For Plantation and Contractors' Use. Residence Sites AT MAN OA A choice lot of PLANTATION MULES for sale at low figures TW0 RETAIL STORES, Corner Fort and King Streets Waverley Block, Bethel Street. and for shle. MEMKY MAY&ODo LTID) 00 IN USE BY O. R. & L. CO. OI?DEI?ED BY-OAHU SUGAR CO., WAIALUA AGRICUL . , rURL SUGAR CO., HONOLULU SUGAR CO. " KIHEI SUGAR 00. OTIIER SPECIALTIES: Gray Planers, Barnes & McCate Drill Presses, Combined Upright and Radial Drills. Shapers, Universal Milling Machines, combined Bolt and Pipe Cutters. Henry D. Roberts, Agent, Pacific Hardware Co. Ltd. Machinery Department. trwTvn PTTRHHASED A TRACT - f tv.o fin oct innri in Manoa for resi Are you oppressed witn ousiness d nce sites. I will now receive appa ritions from names aesiring xo pui- These lots are immeaiaieij iu num rf trio rps idence of H. E. Cooper. Esq., and .command a grand view of Manoa Valley and the picturesque country to ninmnnrl Head. There are 10 lots in 2 series, 5 front ing on the west, or main, Manoa road, cares? Are you a student, with muscu lar and nervous system Are you troubled with insomnia or melancholia? Or Is your brain from hard work weary? Are vour tired eyes all bleary? Does the whole world seem so dreary That your senses fairly reel? Are you nervous or rheumatic? re there cobwebs in your attic. Cast all this off and feel ecstatic, Mount, and ride, a Sterling wheel. From the P. C. & Mfg. Co. SUCCESSORS TO- J. T- Waterhouse- Henrv Rflay & Co. H. E. Rflclntyre & Bro. Wholesale and Retail onrf s farine on Liholiho street. The lots are each 100 feet wide and from 1G0 to 2SG feet deep. Government water main laid past the lots on West Manna road. Early applications necessary. Map nf thA nronertv and all information in MAJOR MARCHAND. PARIS, Aug. 9. The Evenement to day says it understands that Major Marchand has been offered the post of Governor of the French settlement on the Somali coast and Envoy Extraor dinary to King Menelik of Abyssinia. i regard to terms of purchase, etc. my office. Terms One-third cash, balance one and two years at 6 per cent. Early application necessary. at in JAS. F. MORGAN, 33 Queen street. Tea Dealers and Coffee Merchants 9 tAfoil Ctnrpc ' Corner Fort and King Streets, KCldll OlUIC. Waverly Block, Bethel Street. Wholesale Department, Bethel Street. Telephones: Fort Street, 22 and 92. Bethel Street, 2i and 919. L V ) v 3