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I 'N v "W Jteft&ttasBaiajsinaisassBifcsaJasa & ... ; 1 I i-n r - f Ml-1 , . ;l ONE OF THE BEST Places to get 2 1 SALTEE & 3 2 We have just received S ind -Staple Groceries which 2 " IMPORTERS AND and Furniture a fresh lot of Fancy we invite you to inspect. 1 I 1 Groceries is at WAITY'S ar I 7 I 680. 2 Telephone gJirji5aRapj5Piifaifs?JiP3tRFRa?.,cjsa53Ssia?u The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS Chamber Suits . --- - , Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards tHvans ' China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories DON'T FORGET That when ordering POMMERY CHAMPAGNE you are being served with a Superior Article of the same cost as other Champagnes, for notwithstanding POMMERY is sold at a .... - T 1 T -- VCJ' case titan outer wutuz, the same price. w. 0. PEACOCK iltf Thee. J: 2 DFALERS IN Upholstery considerably higher figure 2 1 J?n rtl jyrH t 4l)ifl 77 nf lb u o (' " x i fe CO., Sole Agents. I ? Co., Ltd. FACTORS OF MERCHANDISE. MERCHANTS. FOR Steamship Line, Marine Insurance Co. and Life). Railway Co. Line of Packets from Liverpool. GRILL will Attend to Outside- H. Davies SUCAR lxrOKTKBB GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS British & Foreign rlhorn Assuraneo Co. (Firo Canadian Pacific Pioneer ,Jhc UNION Experienced Caterer f uraers. Suppers for Theatre Parties JHORT ORDER5 .Fresh Oysters, Game in Season, etc, AT ALL HOURS Grill !?oom iop Ladies and Private Parties Up Stairs MOM KINQ STREET, NEAR TORT GEORGE LYCURGUS, Proprietor SssSSS"" r. WHITE ROSE FLOUR - A &"&!?&' i" .4 THE -HONOLULU BEFtBLICAS, SATURDAY, JE5E SO, 1SC0, w. E. BIVENS, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS OFFICE CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS FOR SALE. L Business Lot on Fort street. 2. Business Lot on Beretanla street- 3. Business Lot in Chinatown. 4. New House, eight rooms, half acre grounds, near car line. Very cheap. 5. Beautiful Residence Property on Prospect street, commanding View of th ecity. 6. Elegant House of seven rooms, large grounds, on Lunalilo street House on Beretanla street. S. Four Lots in Kaimuka Tract, A bargain. On very easy terms. 9. Lots near Kapahuli road, $75 to 200 each. Easy terms. The Furniture of a Cottage. FOR RENT. Neat Cottage of 5 rooms. ALL KINUScOF Horse Piiniisliiiig Goods ON HAND. Plantation Orders Solicited at Living-Prices. California Harness Shop, 639 King Street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 778. FOR SALE. A few fine lots (about 100x200) on Manoa Heights, commanding an view over Waikiki and ocean. Price, ?1,?50 tp ?2,000. A beautiful corner lot 120x150), high grounds, In best portion of Kalihi. Cash, $600; balance on easy terms. A large lot on good street in Kalihi; area, about 15,500 square feet; good view. Terms easy. Lots (50x100) in various parts of just past Kamehameha Schools, on easy moaitly installments. A 10-years' leasehold at Kakaako, near new foundry, with four cottages. FOR LEASE. A valuable business site on Mauna-kea, near Hotel street One acre ground, between Liliha street and Insane Asylum road; good residence sites. A large lot. wtth 100 feet frontage, on King street at Kapaiama. Just past the rice "field. FOR RENT. One New Modern Cottage, wmtrally located. . ,, Sfc, rf Apply to J. H.SCHNA0K Real Estate Agent. Merchant St- t Lost, i Oa May 3dth, a Sterling icyele, No. 1725, from In front of Associated Charities, Hotel street A reward of $5 vrlll be paid to party return- j la tid e to the Pacific Cycle Co., Fort McFiHIilE'S GBE1T COO?. SECUKES GOVEBK2E2fX DEPOSITS TOP- KTS5T XASIOXAT. BAXX. Broasht Three-Quarters f & 2ESioa Dollars Over oa th Sersrallca Top. (Staff Correspondence of The Republican. SAN FRANCISCO, Jnae 22. Harold II. Sewall was chosen, as the national committeeman from BawaiL Lorin Tharsajn did not go East. He has been at the Occidental wiUl ir. Dillingham since his arrival and. has no time to talk politics. However, his Republican constitution is so strong that he will be convalescent or fully recovered before the campaign is half over. Sam Parker was on the committee to notify the President of his nomination. It was a foregone conclusion that Roosevelt would be the nomine for There was some opposition to him it is true, but the West wanted him, a "man with the bark on." and would have no other. Colonel G. "W. ilacfarlane leaves on the China to-day for your city with a r matter of $750,000 in gold In his purse. He has secured a charter for the First National Bank into which the First American Bank will be converted. A good stroke of business that, for the First National carries with it the fiscal agency of the Government. Three weeks or more ago your correspondent wrote that the colonel had hurried East on a business trip before visiting tHe Islands.- It was on that trip that he secured the charter. VThen it was known that Hawaii was to become a Territory of the United States the colonel interviewed the Seligmans with a view to securing the strongest kind of backing for the proposed institution. The Seligmans took kindly to the proposition and negotiations were completed by the time Admission day was fixed. Recently the colonel, in company with P. Y. Lilienthal, returned to Washington, and the very day that Hawaii was admitted their charter was issued. The colonel was "George-on-the-spot" The Democratic delegation is at the Palace, and as the members are known to all the habitues and clubmen, they are having a good time. Prince David has been telling the boys over his champagne glass why he is a Democrat, and gives Grover I all the credit for his conversion. The boys are fond of the Prince: he loses like a gentleman, but they are learning to be wary. Somebody over there has been teaching him a few lines in the seductive game of draw poker that he did not know when he was here before. H. Franks, H. W. Chase, C J. Ellis, :liss Mabel Laughlin, Miss Ethel Cary Homer Smith and F. D. Greany are at the Grand. Mrs. H. L. Achilles, A. R. Bindt, Mr. and Mrs. William Heilbron and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bow, Mrs. G. Richardson, Mrs. G. Kopke, Mrs. B. Kopke, C. Arthur Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. August Hanebery, Miss Bohleen. Miss Paulding and Miss C. A. Schneizer went to the Occidental. Mrs. S. Read, Mrs. LeVanway and E. P. Law arejit the California. E. E. B. NATIONAL COMMITTEE MEETS. Senator Hanna is Unanimously Chosen to be Chairman. PHILADELPHIA. Juue 21. The national committee met in the rooms back of the convention hall immediately after the adjournment of the convention. As soon as the committee assembled Senator Hanna yas nominated and re-elected chairman for the next 'four years. In accepting the nomina tion ho made a short speech, in which ho thanked the old members of the committee, who had stood by him in the campaign of 1896, and said that in taking the position for another four years, and especially for the coming campaign, he did so with the distinct understanding that every member of the national committee would standby him und work loyally for the success of the ticket which had been nominated to-day. Colonel Dick of Ohio was elected temporary secretary. The chairman was authorized to select from the members of the national committee an exec utive campaign committee, and the committee then adjourned subject to the'call of the chairman. Chnifm:ia Hanr i 'oft soon afterward for Mr. Hnverford home. He will leave for Cleveland ju u fow days. He said be would take his time in making selections for the executive committee. The headquarters of the national committee will be established at Ghjcago and New York, as in the campaigner 1S0C. 3fr, Hanna said that hi3 personal headquarters would be wherever he deemed it most expedient for the success of the party. Ghajrnian Hanna to-night announced the names ot the five Tnepiierg of the1 new executive committee nf the national committee, as follows: Henry C. I'ayijp of Wisconsin, Joseph "Manley of Maine, N B. Sor.tt of Wt Virginia, Harry D. New of Indiana and George L. Shoup of Idaho. It is expected that the committee to inform President MoKlnley of his nomination will perform its" duty at Canton, Ohio, on Jnly 12, FUNERAL OF 2RS. GLADSTONE. WidpTv of the c Great Commoner Buried Beside Her Husband. iONDON, June 10. Mrs. Gladstone, widow of the great English statesman, was buried by the side of her husband in Westminister, Abbey this service, which was impressive, closely resembled that of eer husband. While it was atiempted to keep the services as private as possible, some hundreds at frisnfls attended. The Qneeu and Prince of Wales vfera represented. Xt Saved His Baby. "Sly baby was terribly sick "with the diarrhoea, we "were enable to cure him -with the doctor's asstance, and as a last resort we tried ChasabexlahVs Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," I says Mr- Jt H. Boak, of Villains. Or. "1 am happy fo say it gave iediate relief and a compwe care.' FOC BSdfi by all dealers and draggistai "Beasoa. Smith iCo., general agents, Hawaiian Territofy. UX JLiliJlQiOX! t ' n a1 y - TnrrT1TTt'Tl Paal Ienlrg iir, arrived I rota Hawaii by th Manns Lna yesterday. Mr. aad Mr. F. VT. Glade rstnrned by the China, from Saa Francisco. K. N. Halstead returned to KoDoJnin from thfc Coist yesiesiay. W. G. Weedon delivered an. address Ixfore th? pteniel missioa last Mrs. W. R. Farricgtoa returned by the China after a two month's visit in California, Mr. and Mrs. Waierhouse and Mr. Albert Waterfaoase were passengers home by the steamer yesterday. Tv- Wilder retnmwl dar morning from the coast. He brings a fine Bernard pap with him. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boston returned yesterday morning on the China after a six weeks vacation on the Coast. They expect to leave for Hilo on Monday. Judge Gilbert F. Little of Hilo who has done much good work for Hawaii in Washington, returned by the China ye&terday and was warmly welcomed bv his many friends. The Campbell Estate. . Abisail K. Campbell. J. C. Carter and Cecil Brown executrix and executors of the estate of James Campbell have filed their bond for $11X1.000. Fred Harrison. E. S. Cunha and F. Hustace qualifying as snnties. The Jaeger Estate. James E. Jaeger, administrator of the estate of Gustav H. A. Jaeger, deceased, certifies that the estate is valued at $13,000. The deceased had life insurance policies amounting to $15,000, one policy in the New York Mntnal for $5,000 and one in the New York Life for fl0,LO0. A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles, and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by alt dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian Territory. WILLIAM SAYIDGE, Real Estate Broker. t NO. 206 MERCHANT STREET FOR SALE 5 " - t : i AT KEWALO si. ? OMIU RUIWAY AND LAND QQ. TlfdE TABLE. rroni and After January lt 1900. OCTWABD. Paur BaUr PiT Dai2J' SsaUoa. 4 an Sua ajnu &ja. a.ta. just, Honolaltt 7da 9tXi lla 305 JO walas la :t Walalus, ..... 115- .- i sw Xalinktt .- Vi&i -. d .... DTWASTL Dur By J?1 ;Dt,y DaD5' rs. ex San SCB. S.IS. .- Kahaiu WjiWtta........ ,,.,. t:H .... 20 j j$C ..... ao ... 33 s 1M IdXt 31 33i 1 tSi HosoJttla..... & sas iM saa G.P.JEJn?OX. G.P.T A. .s Vi I' v 3 - si r -v r. 3: -; A . Vj- -5"- & tif. Jf 1&i tr.V.B... $' lfv. f)Aj WHITNEY & 59 FORT IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS MEN'S MARSH, Ltd. STOU FURNISHINGS Popular Prices Prevail & FOR SALE, x. X V5 Pl4arion ttslm, Sir raft X X MbJ, Sade Jfefe, J X v A MODERN NSfe LI VERY. & WILL JBUY or SELl, 4y ON COMMISSION , Anything and ever3rthmg in our fioe. "Be not the first by whom are tried THE MAN- AND the Nor yet the last la'Uuj tint old aside." WELL vhTftriffrflTmWyTrHi dinner. It wiueu hiin to wonder wlmt Um-o KASH" dressed men. Wry MfMlibh re thoKuitH season. Our windows Mil about tJm to live, in, or to givo in, borrow, or to get r. man's awn. world that ever was known. old world fe besv trying to forjt of ours TO BE FRANK. Awl, you more thnn yoor money's wortU," it We give you one- hundred ceuU' worth TIME. Ask some of your week Crash Suitn for Men- CoU, V nnd "KASH ) Two Telephones 06 and G76 St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Sib. WHO DRESSES Has that raiifhctory reeTin heartily of an oxctdent is in the world to l miserable about. THE Is a rendezvous for vell and Furnishing Goods howu by us this Have, a look during luncheon hour. " It's a very good world To lend, or to spond, But to bop:, or to It is the very worst AND WORST OF ALL. how topvo a lot for a little. It's a fad if we advertised at all times to give would be an insult to your intelllgenoe. THIS IS WHAT WE DO of merchandiso for one dollar EVERY they know. We are offering this Pants at 52.S5 tho Suit. THE Two Stores, Two Stocks, P. O. BOX 553. 9 and 11 Hotel A CHANCE For any one who does not wish to put much money into a bicycle, to get one CHEAP, is offered at our Bicycle Department. We hae taken in a number of very good SECOND HAND WHEELS the past few weeks and have put them in good running order and have them for sale for as low as $i j.oo and from that price upward. Just a few COLUMBIA CHAINLESS are in this lot and it is a great chance to get one of these well known standard mounts at a GREAT REDUCTION. First come first sejrveg so come early for your pick. E. 0 HALL Limited, SON, OUR NEW SHIPMENT OP KIMONOS HAVE JUST BEEN OPENED And 'are Now on Display. -1 '" . IWAKAMI'S, -4 Hotel St.