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Wmuiimw jawaaaiiaawgiMJMoa tasj&KJBMEWttgg&
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxohanco on the
Bank oi CulU'oriilu, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Roths-chlld fc Son, Tendon
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstohuroli, find Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columliln, Vic
torla, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Boot nor Fatty.
Bnt established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1, 1880.
HOW THEY BORROW IN HEW ZEALAND.
The Hawaiian Gazette in refer
ring to a New Zealand lonn bill says,
"The various works to be done un
der the loan bill are distinctly speci
fied and the amounts to be expended
on them arc clearly set down. The
Government is so tied up that the
money loaned can only be used for
the specified purposes uud no other."
This is all true. Hut let it not be
supposed that New Zealand lm
made a new departure in thus hedg
ing around borrowed money. The
people down there may have be
come more cautious, and have drawn
the restrictive ligaments tighter
than formerly ; bnt tlury have always
been in the habit of authorizing
loans for distinct specific purposes
only, and not giving ministers
authority to spend borrowed capital
for any requirement of the govern
ment the latter may deem expedi
ent. The absence of this very thing
Las always been a glaring defect in
our loan acts. The Hri.i.rnx ex
pressed this view nearly four years
ago. Not only should borrowed
money be expended solely on re
productive public works, but a care
ful estimate should be made of the
amounts required for the respective
objects contemplated, and the ob
jects and amounts specified in the
Loan Act, or attached thereto.
And this Act should be the guide of
the Executive in expending the bor
rowed capital. Ministers should
have no authority to transfer to
other objects, or from one of the
specified objects to another. Unless,
indeed, a necessity should arise,
such as a deficiency for the comple
tion of one object with a surplus in
another, in which case authority
should emanate from a special Act
of the Legislature. This, we under
stand, is how money is borrowed and
expended by the New Zealand Gov
ernment, and this we believe to be
the proper method for the Hawaiian
Government to adopt, and is being
adopted in the Loan Hill which
passed its final reading this morning.
DR. C0T0 AGAIN.
The allusion to Dr. Goto as "a
Japanese so called doctor, whom
Consul Irwin himself regarded as a
quack," invites notice. Perhaps
Consul Trwin may have regarded Dr.
Goto as a quack, and he may still
regard him as such : but that is no
proof of the Doctor's lack of skill.
Ilolloway, the famous "pills and
ointment" doctor, was called a
quack. Nevertheless, he wrought
some remarkable cures where lcgular
physicians had failed. What did
Consul Irwin know of Dr. Goto, or
of his skill or lack of skill? The
statement of the Consul is offset by
a contra statement by n gentleman
of credibility who lias resided a con
siderable time in Japan, and was
there acquainted with Dr. Goto and
bis family. This gentleman says
that such was the reputation of tho
elder Goto, with whom the son was
associated in practice, that sick peo
ple came irom long distances for
treatment by him, and the govern
ment authorities had sulllcicnt con
fidence in his skill to place afllictcd
soldiers under his charge. Hut this,
with us, amounts to nothing. As
Hinted on a previous occasion, wo
judge Dr. Goto's skill by the results
of his praclico, Bj' his treatment
hb has relieved and is relieving
suffering and discomfort, To this
there are dozens of living witnesses.
This, then, is a man to bo encouraged
and assisted, whatever Consul Irwin
may think or say concerning him.
Indeed, in view of the good effects
. of his efforts and the liberal amounts
voted for some other physicians, the
$1,500 a year, placed on Hie Appro
priation Bill at its second reading,
seems but poor compensation for his
Hcrvices, Some who experience the
beneficial results of Dr. Goto's treat
ment are of opinion that it would
be just to raise this item before the
final passage of tho bill, and we
Agree with them.
Continued from parc A.
000,000, or perhaps $3,000,000,
and an Appropriation Hill falling n
a little below, the Ministers would
have no trouble in carrying out
what was voted in the bill. But
with a bill of SiJ,600,0()0 and a
revenue of 82,500,000, then enter
prises would have to be left alone.
It would be an independent ques
tion whether the Ministers had funds
in the 1 rcasury. If they wanted to
promote immigration, that would
certainly bo too much to add to the
ordinary revenue. Everyone would
recognize, the importance of this
port in relation to the commerce of
the Pacific. It ought to be one of
the best provided ports in tho
Pacific. There ought to bo in
creased dockage, and the channel
should be deepened and widened.
Were they to charge themselves
with the burden or let it alone?
Hut if their credit was good and
he knew it was they could borrow
the money to carry out the enter
prise, lie was satisfied that the
road tax to be paid in the district
and the unexpended road tax could
b applied to the roads. All this
class of improvements ought not to
be charged upon ordinary levcnuc,
but to tho credit of the country to
carry them out. The item for the
tug Kleu was a proper one. With
regard to tho first item, every mem
ber would recognize the piopricty
of paying off tills indebtedness with
a new issue at 0 percent. With
regard to the 5 percent commission
mentioned in the section, if the
Minister of Finance placed a por
tion of the loan abroad there would
be need of some allowance. There
would be no need of any at home.
Rep. Thurston said the Minister
of the Interior had been giving an
interesting statement, but had not
shown any necessity for the per
cent commission, lie had given no
information on that point. He (the
speaker) should expect tho P. (J.
Advertiser to come out and call them
obstructionists. If they passed this
section as it stands they would be
voting S 100,000 for nothing. The
present Ministry were capable of
doing that, as they had paid Irwin
& Co. 85 a head for Japanese. The
present Minister of the Interior gave
Mr. Sprcekels the Coinage Act with
out warrant of law. This Minister
of tho Interior and his associates
had sucked enough juice out of this
orange. They could borrow without
Rep. Dickey said that if there was
any faith in tlielGovernmcnt there
was plenty money to be had, and no
need of putting a loan in the mar
ket, nor any need of a commission.
Rep. Kaulukon asked Hep. Dickey
whether he could negotiate a loan
without a commission.
Hep. Dickey said he could easily
do it if they would let him select
Rep. Kaulukon said that looked
as if Rep. Dickey would like to be a
Minister. The fact of it was he
(Rep. Dickey) could not manage
his duties as a representative, much
less manage a loan.
Noble Macfarlane asked the ob
ject of the lion. Noble Clcghorn's
motion to stiike the 5 per cent com
Noble Cleghoin said the commis
sion was absurd. It looked as if
there was a "nigger in the fence."
If they put in that limit someone
would get it.
Noble Macfarlane said a loan
could not be placed on the London
market without a syndicate. The
latter would put them on a par with
the C percent Chinese loan, which
was placed at 98. If those bonds
were only received at 1)0 on the
market the syndicate would get badly
Noble Cleghorn said he had no
idea of getting money from abroad.
They had two banks here with good
credit. It looked as if Noble Mac
farlane was intimately connected
with these gentlemen who were
interested in the loan and expected
to get something.
Noble Macfarlane said he had not
arranged to get one single cent, nor
had he any promise of anything. It
would be a benefit to have English
capital here. If they could get the
money heie, all right; if not, then
they would have to go abroad. He
understood it was the intention of
the Government to place a portion
of the loan on the London market.
If they do they cannot float it with
out thoy pay 5 percent commission
to the syndicate.
Rep. Ilayselden said that sugar
agents are paid 2A percent here and
24 percent in California.
Noble Bush .Sometimes 5 per
cent. Hep. Ilayselden said ho did not
sco why these bonds should not
command a premium. If it was
right to pay a commission to sugar
agents tho same argument would
hold good in this case.
A motion to adjourn was Jost.
Hep. Brown was in favor of the
amendment. The credit of the Gov
ernment was such that they could
not place a loan. If the people of
their own country had no confidence,
it could not be expected that people
in foreign countries had any. .That
was proved by tho statement that
$1,500,000 had been sent away.
Noblo Bush asked if thoso people
were not trying to get their money
Hep. Brown said ho did not know.
Noblo Bush said that thoso per
sons who had invested their money
abroad Were anxious to get it Duck.
Hep. Kaulukon moved tho previ
ous question, which carried.
The amendment by Noble Cleg
horn was put and lost.
The amendment offered by Minis
ter Gibson was passed.
Hep. Brown moved to insert the
word "Privv" in place of "Cabinet."
Hep. Thurston moved to Insert
at the end of this section as amend
ed tho words "provided, however,
that such commission shall not be
allowed for any bonds sold in this
Kingdom or to any residents of this
Kingdom." Agreed to.
The section then passed as
After section 1 had been read
Minister Gibson moved it be amend
ed by substituting the new schedule
of twelve items.
Hep. Thurston said it was hardly
proper for the Ministers to come at
the eleventh hour and present this
schedule. The members ought to
have had some means of studying it.
If they we're going to rush this bill
through, as he understood the orders
were, they had better adjourn and
get some supper. The Ministers
could only stick to their places on
the condition that the bill pass to
day. Minister Gibson said this was
purely one of Hep. Thurston's im
aginations, lie was aiiahi bringing
in street rumors. The Ministers were
under no apprehension whatever.
Noble Bush said the schedule was
easily understood, and there was
very" little more to do to the bill.
Hep. Thurston thought that a
rather remarkable statement.
Hep. Kaulukon moved the section
pass as amended and then moved
the previous question, which carried.
Hep. Dole said it was a most das
tardly thing to move the previous
Tho amendment carried and the
section was passed as amended.
Sections 5, 0 and 7, the enacting
clause and the title were passed
Hep. Hayseldcn moved the vote
by which the enactment clause was
passed be reconsidered. Lost.
On motion of Hep. Keau the bill
passed to engrossment and, was
ordered to be read a third time on
At 'i'A the House adjourned to
10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Wi:dsi:su.vy, September 1st.
The house opened at 10 a. m.
The following answered the roll
call: Ministers Gibson, Creighton,
Kanoa and Dare ; Nobles Dominis,
Cleghorn, Parker, Kuihclani, Dow
sett, Bush, Kapena, Walker, Martin,
Macfarlane, S. Parker ; Reps. Ilay
selden, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker,
Kauhi, Amara, Brown, Kaulia,
Kaulukou, Pahia, Kaunamano,
Wight, Nahale, Nahinu, Kauhane,
Kckoa, Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau,
Richardson, Castle, Dickey, Kaai,
Thurston, Paehaole, Dole, Kauai,
mU'OUT OF COMMITTEES.
Rep. Dole presented the follow
ing report :
Hox. J. S. Walk i:k, President
Legislative Assembly. Snt Your
select committee to whom has been
referred a certain bill entitled "an
act to amend chapter 23, sections 1
and 0 of an act approved in the
year 187-1," entitled "an act autho
lizing the Minister of the Interior to
grant to owners of mills for the
manufacture of sugar, licenses to
distill spirituous liquors," intro
duced by the lion, member from
Ilamakua; also a bill entitled, "an
act to amend sections 1, 3, -1 and 7,
of an act," entitlled, "an act au
thorizing the Ministers of the Inte
rior to grant to owners of mills for
the manufacture of sugar, licenses
to distill spirituous liquors approved
on the 13th day of July, 1874," in
troduced by Hon. E. K. Lilikalani,
report as follows :
The object of the two bills is the
same and that is to so amend the
statue of 1874 that licenses to dis
till spirituous liquors may be issued
to any applicants who can perform
the necessary conditions. The
record of tho two bills contains in
consistent sections, section 3 per
mitting spirits manufactured under
the statue to be withdrawn for local
consumption without an excise tax
or duty, whereas section 4 provides
for punifeliment by fine, cancellation
of license, and confiscation of dis
tilling apparatus for introducing any
such spirit for consumption.
On account of this inconsistency
wo Hud it difficult to understand the
piovisions of the bill of Hon. E. K.
Lilikalani, beyond the purpose to
open the privilege of distilling
spirits to all applicants on which
point both bills agree with each
In view of the fact -of the dis
tillery act of 1801 which provides
for the granting of two licenses for
the manufacture of spirits in the
city of Honolulu, at a cost of fifty
dollars to the licensee for the license
and fifty dollars thereafter during
the term of the license which is fixed
at five years, it seems to us that If
there is any demand for such privi
leges it is satisfactorily supplied by
tho said act of 1801 and upon that
ground alone, without considering
tho general policy of opening the
privilege of distillery to all appli
cants and because there are at the
present time no applicants for the
said two licenses, wo recommend
that both of the said bills be laid
upon the tablo.
R. B. Dou:, Chairman.
John T. Dare, ,
Geo. E. UicitATtDSOK.
Hep. Kaunamano moved the re
port be accepted and laid on the
To the Hon. J. S. Wai.keii, Presi
dent Legislative Assembly Sin :
Your special committee to whom was
referred an Act to amend sections
21-1, 218, 211) and 221 of tho Civil
Code relating to Prisons, Jails and
houses of correction, and concerning
tho satisfaction of Fines and Penal
ties, introduced by the lion, member
for Wailuku, Geo. E. Richardson,
having had the same under consider
ation recommends that the amend
ment to sections 214 and 211) of the
Civil Code be struck out, and also
the numbers 211 and 21!) be struck
out in the title and in the first lino
of section I of tho. Act with these
amendments, your committee recom
mend that the bill pass.
Guo. E. Richaudsox,
L. A. TiiunsioN,
John T. Daui:,
F. II. IlAYSiaDUX,
Tin: LOAN MM..
Rep. Brown asked the Minister of
Interior if provision had been made
for placing American gold in the
market. There was a difference of
1G cents in the value of a sovereign,
and a United States S5 gold piece.
The Minister of Interior stated
that every provision had been made
to meet the contingency referred to.
After a few remarks by Hep.
Dole, the ayes and noes were called
on the passage of the bill.
Ayes Ministers Gibson, Creigh
ton, Kanoa and Dare; Nobles
Dominis, Wilder, Kuihelani, Dow
sett, Bush, Kaae, Kapena, Mai tin,
Macfarlane and Parker; Reps. Ilay
selden, Keau Lilikalani, Kauhi,
Amara, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Nahale,
Kaunamano, Nahinu, Kalua, Aholo,
Kaukau, Richardson, Kaai and
Noes Reps. Brown, Wight, Dole,
Castle, Dickey, Thurston and Palo
The President informed the As
sembly that to morrow (Thursday)
was the anniversary of the birthday
of the Heir Apparent, and he had
received an invitation for the Nobles
and Representatives of this Assem
bly to attend a luau at her Palama
On motion of Hep. Richardson,
the Secretary was instructed to re
ply to the Princess, accepting the
Minister Gibson moved that on
the adjournment of the house this
afternoon, it do so until 10 a. m. on
Friday. Carried. The house ad
journed at noon.
Regular Cash Bale.
At 11 a.m., at my Salesroom,
To-morrow, September 2,
will hu sold a general n-orl merit of
B3L" eioliaxB.li s e ,
and nl 12 noon, on account of a gentle
man leaving the kingdom,
1 Low Family Phaeton, in good order,
1 Reliable Family Horse, perfectly
1 Set Harness & Saddle & Bridle.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE Cottage now occupied bv MR.
E. R. HENDRY, containing 0
Rooms, Bathroom, Pantry, Verandah
Room, etc. There are 'also Stables.
Carriage IIou.-c, Servant's Room, and
Chicken House, all in good order. Ap
ply on.the premises or to
A. .1. CART WRIGHT,
20 tf Kaaluunanu Street.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOR BOYS AT
The Course of Instruction embraces
nil the branches of a good Olulsiian
nud Cnunncicial Educalbrn. A Snecliil
Class has been formed this year for ad.
vunced scliulnis. Latin Gieek, French
and German are optional.
For Day Scholars, fiOo, 7.'ic, $1, 81.50
The Boarding Department consists of
tw dlBtJnut classes of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Class, per
Instrumental Music, per month.. 4
Vocal Mu.ic & Drawing free of charge.
Laundry Expenses, per month.... 2
Medical attendance forms oxtia
charge also, repairs of all kinds.
Books and Stationery at current rates
Payments mtipt bo made quartc'ly
(every 14 months) and in advance.
Every Boarder must he provided with
hud clothes, inatlrasHcp, two night.
gowns, sevcial suits of clothing for Sun
days and week dim, idx t-hltta, blx
pocket handkerchiefs three pairs of
blockings, collars and ties, thiee pairs
of fchoes all maiked. Also, toilet arti.
clett, Hitch as hair brush, tooth, nail and
hIioo brushes, combs, soap and blacking,
For admission as Boimler coitntlcatcs
of good moral character and of health
Uniionna will be obligatory for
Boaiders may spend iho first Saturday
of every month with their parents or
A quarterly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of cvory boaidrr
will bo sent to his patents or guardiuus.
Tho Session commences thiB year on
MONDAY, September 13, 1680.
(Qr For further particulars upply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S,, CO.
Hv order of the TruMccs of the Ilcthel
Olnirch, I will sell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, in Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '80,
at 12 o'clock, noon,
that very valuable and deiiable pro-
peily owned by the Bethel Church
Association, and known as the
Bethel Ohurch Lot
situate nl tho corner of King and Bethel
The dimensions of the whole lot is as
follow, vizi On K'ng street 0IJ.fi feet
(S 27 -10' E) on Hethel street, 124.0
feet (S 01 liV V) adjoining Sailors'
Home, o7.fi feet (N 17 00 W) on the
Ewa side, back part, H2.7o feet (N i
20" E) lo the Initial point. The pro.
perty is laid out in four magnlllcenl
building lots, ns follows, viz.:
1 Lot facing: on King- St.,
1 Lot corner King- & Bethel
2 Lots facing- Bethel St.
IScthel slieet is to be widened lo fiO
feet, making this a veiy valuable build,
ing site for business houses.
A plan of this ptdpeily can be fern at
my i lllee.
E'ftr Tci ms arc $ Cish, the balancn
to bo piid in e.pial iu.-'lallmeuls, in I, 2
rind U years t-eourul by llrst inorlgaec
upon the piemlses sold, and Improve
ments beieifter placed thereon. Inlet est
at Iho rale of S per cenl per annum, pay.
able semi. annually, fiee of taxes Pi in.
nlpal and inteicsl payable in U. S. Gold
Deeds at the expense of puichaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
9 Per Cent. Invostmeiit Net.
THE PAUKAA S-UGAR CO. lias
Ksueu FIRST MOUTGAGK
BUNDS, in all lor $ilfl.00'i, te mod by
all lh pro nriy of ihe Company in the
di'lilcl of Itilu, llnnaii.
These Iionds are 1" Ihiee -erle", A, 11
and O, each series for $12,000, payable
In I, 2 and 3 yeais.
Each Bond is for $500,
Healing interest at D per cent, per an.
Coupons payable semi-annually
Free of Government Tax to the Holder.
P riics desiring lo invest money in
sums of 500 nnd upwaids, cau be fur
nisiieil a limited number of these Bonds
by apj lying to
20 1 C. BBliWIiR&CO.
New Photograph Rooms.
OVEU NicliolV Uoie, Fort stnet,
next ihe Shooting Galleiy, Pic
tures, Poiliaitb nud Views. Fitst-class
woik. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.1. A. GONSALVES.
Will open on MONDAY next. 20 ly
fflMlE uudei'Mgned having been ap
JL pointed Assignees of the Estate of
J. R. Gaspar of hilo, Hawaii, a bank
rupt, all persons indebted to i-aid Estate
are hereby notified to pay the same im
mediately to the undersigned.
W. C. PARKE.
E. HUTCHINSON, Assignees.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1SS0. 20 4t
HPHE undersigned having been ap
JL pointed an assignee ot tho Estate
of Jj. Kaltofen, of Waitnca, Kauai, a
bankrupt, till persons indebted to said
estate aie heieby notified to pay the
same immediately to the undersigned.
AW C. PARKE, AsMgnee.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, ltSii. 20 2t
Xf 11 H HACKFICLI) has this day re
Ltx ili id liom our firm and MR. .1 C.
GLADE has withdrawn from our Arm
:ir geiuial paitner
H. IIACKFELU & CO.
Honolulu, Hltt August. Ifc80.
MR. K MULLER has ihL day been
admitted as a gi nerni partner of
our film, and .MR. J. C. GLADE will be
a special pnrtuci of our linn from nnd
after this dale.
MR. H. LOSE is authorized to sign
our firm name'bv inncuiaiiou.
II" HACFKLD A CO.
Honolulu, Ut September, 1880. (20 6t
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Pall Term Opens September 13, 1986.
The Faculty of Ihe paM year will be
increased lit the addition of Mr. O. W.
Soverencc, A. H., who conies to us from
tliu ManclicMcr Sihonl, Manchester, Vt.
Mr. Scvfii nee has made a special study
of the French Language in Euione, and
will take that branch In the College
work toucther w 1th Elocution and kind,
red subjects The lloaiding Department
will bu under the same management as
Ian year, and nfl'eiv a pleasant school
homo to all who tuny desire to live at
Those planning to join the school for
the coming yearaio Kipa-Mcd lo oom.
muuieate at an early date wllh ihe Pres.
dent, REV. Y. O. MR MUTT.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7J Beretntua btieet, Honolulu, H, j,(
MISS E, V. HALL, Principal.
The Trustees have ndihd a year to the
foimer couite, making ii lo cniicsnond
rwiih the best Grammar fohool coimes
of Iho cities in Ihe United States. They
are happy lo announce that they have
seemed a corps of experienced lustruc.
loin to asslht the Principal, eonsisllng of
the follow lug ladies:
Mibs Ague Mooar of Oakland, Cal ,
takes the Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Miss Ella B. Snow of Ware, Mass.,
taites mo Tiiiru unci I'ourui uraues.
MUb Mary Stuart of Oakland, Cal.,
lanes mo rrunnry uruues.
Tho School opens at H o'clock MON
DAY, September 18, 1880,
tSf For additional information ad.
dress (13 lw; KEY. W. O. MEIUUTT.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 ITovt Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per steamer Australia Hogs Holland Herrings, kegs Kiimlly Conicd
Beef, kegs Family Corned Pork, Kegs Family Snurkrnul, kees Mixed Plcklis,
kegs Crystal Drips, kits Extra Choice Salmon Bellies MU Extra Choice
Mackerel, fresh Smoked Ilnllbut, fresh Smoked Salmon, fnsb Smoked Sau.
sage, fresh Smoked Hcef, Wlilttuker Starr Hums, 11m Dupeo Hninn, Jacob
Dolil's Uullalollftins, Cala Dried Figs, black and wliltc; Oiln Clioce, Oiegon
Cream Clicete, Swiss Cheese, San Sago Cheese, Pino Apple Cheese and Edam
Cheese, 211. blocks; Snow White Codfish, Clctly Lemons fresh Peuin, Red
Cabbage', pj?" I'nrtleiilar attention Is called to a nice aotlmont oi Iho fnm.
ous Holmes & Coutt's Biscuits, Gralinm Wnfeif, Oaken Flukep, t-ea Foam
Wafers, Midgets, Ginger Wafers and Wnler. These blteuils, and a full line
of Canned Goods nnd Grnln, also flesh Applet In boxes, in quatntilei to suit,
.it lowest market price. New Cala Potntoes nnd Onions in film condition. 17
Tie Great far of
This Day, September r, 386,
S. COHN & CO.,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OP
Ciista-nde ClothiDg, fats' Fmislig Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small invoice of the finest hand-mnde,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
301 Obtainable in the Eastern markets.
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses
sizes. Also, a
Cents' and Boys'
77 3EH3Efc.A.JV3E: OEIfcTZ.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
and Goods delivered to anypart of 1 1 e city frco of cl.arco Tsb., ? ,Cnded w'
cited. Satisfaction guaranfeid. lBtOfflc?Cl
Importer aud Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS LAMPS.
CROCKERY, GLASSWAKK, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE. '
, Agent Hall's Safe
Beaver Block. -
w .w.....i.,,jr uwuiiicu uy d. nuii, opposite SpreckeU & Co.'sBanlc,
P O. Hox 2117.
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Heel Shoes of all
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