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His Excellency A. Rosa will act ns
Governor of Oaliu during my absence"
from tbc Kingdom.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Governor of OaUu.
Office of Governor of Oabu,
April lltb, 1SS7. 09 lw
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. 1887.
THE SMALL-POX SCARE ABATED.
Further news was received this
morning by the Board of Health
from Maui, about the recently re
ported outbreak of small-pox on that
island. From the Secretary of the
Board, Hon. F. II. Hayselden, we
learn that the Government physi
cian of the district writes, confirm
ing the suspected case, to bo a
pronounced case of small-pox, though
fortunately, light. Every precau
tion had been token to prevent its
spread. Mr. Reynolds, the Agent
of the Board, who went up to Lnha
ina on Monday last, has full power
to tako any further steps that
may be required. His experience
gained during the quarantine season
of 1880.1, in and around Honolulu,
combined with his recognised energy,
sound judgment, and good common
sense, ought to create a feeling of
confidence in the public mind, that
he will do all that is necessary and
possible. The prompt action of the
Board of Health is to be commended,
and this single case may yet have a
beneficial influence in reviving the
precaution that is at all times neces
sary, but which is apt to become
dormant, upon the arrival of any
class of immigrants, more particu
larly when from Oriental countries.
A COMMENDABLE SCHEME.
A new fachemo on foot here,
briefly referred to in this paper a
few days ago, to direct tourist travel
from California towards these isl
ands, contains elements which entitle
it to serious consideration. Far
from being a visionary project which
carries its own condemnation on its
face by its palpable absurdity, it
commends itself at first sight to
practical business men by its feasi
bility and its probable chances of
The substantial benefit which this
country and peoplo derive from tho
visits of Btrangcrs, is tho rendy
money which thoy put into circula
tion. They pay inter-island steamer
ares, hotel bills, hack hire, pur;
clmso photographic views, curios,
etc., nnd scatter their money nround
generally. The absentees of otin
own people who draw their means of
subsistence from tho country, nnd
spend it nbioad, uro a constant leak
for the escape of tho monetary circu
lating 11 tiki, helping to drain us dry,
while the strangers who visit our
shores feed the current, and help to
keep up a healthy circulation. The
money which they drop hcrc,dircctly
benefits a few, but indirectly bene
fits the entire community ; and the
greater the number of visitors, the
greater will be the benefit. There
fore, every resident of tho country
is interested in maintaining and
increasing travel to these Islands.
Moreover, it is a fact, that
nothing more than a knowledge of
our climate and natural beauties
and wonders is required, to induce
tourists to come here in consider
ably augmented numbers. Neither
misrepresentation nor exaggeration
is needed, nnd certainly would never
be endorsed by this paper. Indeed,
a modest and truthful picture of
what awaits the admiring eyes of
the tourist on these islands, would
be regarded by many as purely a
work of the imagination. The
writer has visited the five continents,
many countries, and innumerable
islands, but lias' found on the Ha
waiian Islands objects of wonder
and delight never met with else
where. Here wo have a climate of
unsurpassed mildness and equa
bility, and nature appears in her
sublimcst forms and most charming
aspects. Let these simple, uncin
bcllished facts be known and be
lieved abroad, and people will flock
here to see and experience for them
selves. The project to place an intelli
gent and active agent in San Fran
cisco, to enlighten tourists who come
from the Kast and elsewhere, in
search of new sights and scenes,
respecting the attractions of Hawaii
nei, and to use all honorable means
to turn their steps this way, is a
legitimate enterprise that should
perceptibly increase the number of
our visitors, and both the vistors nnd
the visited will be mutually bene
fited. A POLICY IN A NUTSHELL.
Privately and' pcrsonally,mild ex
ception has been taken to a dogma
promulgated by the Bulletin a
couple of days ago, to tho effect
that a new set of men on taking in
hand the government of this country
need no policy at the start other
than a vigorous determination to
demolish the monuments of the past.
Tho grounds of objection arc: first,
the suggested extermination is too
universal, and, second, the plan of
the new fabric to be erected on the
ruins is not submitted to inspection.
Touching the first ground of ob
jection it is easy to say that the pub
lic business lias been so badly mixed
and muddled, that to straighten and
put it into respectable shape is im
possible, without going, back to first
principles. When a builder finds
that his foundation is shaky, he
may resort to expedients for
strengthening it; but they are only
expedients after all, and if ho is
determined to have a safo building,
ho will tear down what ho has put
up and re-lay the foundation. Our
state builders have not only an un
safe foundation, but the upper
structure is all pretty much of the
same character. Putting in props,
and dabbing on whitewash to hide
the blemishes, will be of no perma
nent benefit. Tho longer tho crazy
old edifice stands and the higher up
it goes, the creator will be the dan
ger of a crash, and the greater the
crasli when it comes. What is to
be done about it? Why, knock it
down: demolish it: let not one
stono stand on top of another. Then
begin afresh. Lay the foundation
good and solid, right down on tho
coral rock, nnd build carefully and
skilfully on that foundation, being
particularly cautious not to let any
of those workmen who, through un
Hkilfulness or dishonesty, made such
a disgraceful botch of tho old struc
ture have a hand in the new, lest
they do tho same thing over again.
Tho objector's second point, thnt
an after lino of procedure has not
been defined, may be met in this
way: it was said that no policy
other than that of demolition was
needed at tho beginning, and that
aftor that great work was accom
plished tho polioy of tho future
would como in. Not too much at a
time, gentlemen. In fnct, we have
heard and rend so much about a
statesman and a polioy at Govern
ment IIouso within tho past fow
years, that wo are beginning to get
sick of both tho3o articles. Speeches
from tho throne and speeches from
ministerial benches have contained
some Hplrndid policies, but tho
policies never got beyond tho
speeches. Alc-at people naturally
begin to think that llicy were simply
manufactured for the occasion.
They were slop-made goods, intend
ed for tho show window, but not to
be worn. The statesmen and the
policy tho country needs, arc men
with common sense and practicnl
business ability, who will use the
public revenue in a common-sense
and business-like way for the de
velopment and improvement of the
country, and never meriting ridicule
and courting trouble by interfer
ence in tho nlfairs of other nations.
To the unobservant mind it would
appear that the present year, 1887,
was to bo for ever celebrated for the
extraordinary number of concurrent
Jubilee celebrations that have taken,
Jubilee birthday, (not an extraor
dinary thing for a ninn to live fiO
years) happened to be a little in ad
vance. Tills year 'wo have the Tel
egraph Jubilee, tho Missionary
Jubilee, the Dominis Jubilee, the
French Railway Jubilee, and last,
but not least, the Queen Victoria
Jubilee. Arc not many of these
mere discoveries, that would never
have been brought into general pro
minence were it not for tho univer
sal attention of the English-speaking
world having been directed to
the last named?
Take the first-named, and let us
reflect for a moment. Was it not
originally conceived in the mind of
some spendthrift Hawaiian politi
cian, or in the still loitier head of a
venerable patriarch? Jubilee cele
brations were originally of a purely
religious character. According to
Webster, tho derivation of the word
"Jubilee," is from the Hebrew
Ychcl, "Blast of a trumpet, and
the grand sabbatical year, announc-
ed by sound of trumpet."
gives the meaning of it, as
Church solemnity celebrated at cer
tain intervals." Arc not many of
the Jubilee celebrations of the prc
bcnt age, more of a crcational char
acter than a reality? In order to
perpetuate tho idea that was in
augurated in our own midst in No
vember last, wc will, for the future
only have to keep a Whitlakcr, a
Dr. Aycr's Almanac, or a family
Bible, and we can keep the Jubilee
balloUing throughout this and the
Looking over a foreign newspaper,
we find that tho Peninsular and
Oriental Steam Navigation Com
the oldest as well as the
largest of the mail steamship com
panies of the world, celebrates its
jubilee this year by tho construc
tion of four magnificent ships,
named respectively the Victoria,
Britannia, Oceana and Acardia, all
sister-ships, which, when completed,
will be the largest, safest, and the
most comfortable vessels engaged
in the Australian mail passenger
Fifty years hence, let it he borne in
mind, the Ilawaiinns if there be any
left, will celebrate the formation of
a Hawaiian Navy by tho purchase
of a second-hand copra hunter, and
transforming her into a man-of-war.
A JURYMAN FINED.
At the opening of the present
term of tho Supreme Court the pre
siding Justice, Mr. L. McCuily, ex
plained to the jurymen who were
drawn for the Term, tho usual
course adopted in forming juries,
and pointed out in a measure, their
duties whilst serving as jurors.
From what happened this morning,
it would appear that his instruc
tions did not bear fruit witli tdl the
The Royal departure yesterday
has had its effect upon a fow sober
sided jurymen. It is natural to
infer such to be tho case, judging
by tho excuses offered to the Court
tliis morning by Mr. Chas. McCarthy,
and Mr. Z. K. Meyers. When called
upon yesterday afternoon, Mr.
McCarthy, was found wanting. This
morning it became his duty to give
a valid reason for his absence, fail
ing which, to suffer the consequences.
He stood up innocently beforo the
Bench this morning and said: "Yes
terday about noon, I went out in a
racing-gig as one of tho crew, and
the time slipped by so rapidly, thnt
Iwas not aware it was past 1 o'clock
when I landed. I got hero (at tho
Court) at quarter to 2 o'clock."
His Honor regretted that tho ex
cuse offered was not n valid one It
would not exonerate tho absentee
from being mulct for his absence.
lie mado further remarks upon
tho disagreeable duties of a Judge
with regard to delinquent jurymen.
Ho said it was disagreeable for the
Bench to rcfitso urgent requests, hut
it frequently had to do so. Tho
direct consequence of Mr. Mc
Carthy's absence was, that Mr.
Green, who was the thirteenth man
drawn, had to 'take his placo, and
was still sitting on a case that would
probably last two days. Finally,
His Honor said, "It was no excuse
to have forcottcn tho time.- Jt is
my duty to impose a fine of 610, and
you arc excused for this morning
Another forgetful juror in tho
person of Mr. Z. K. Mcycs was not
so unfortunate. The Court waited
about ten minutes for him, the
Usher of the Court having consider
ately telephoned for him. Ho (Mr.
M.) looked very penitent, and
offered as an excuse, "forgctfulness
of time, owingdo being deeply ab
sorbed in work." It was accepted,
and the business proceeded.
The New York Legislature has in
hand a Bill providing that no tisli
less than six inches long shall be
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OP
the Stockholders of the Honokua
Sugar Compiny, held this day, Mr.
Julius Holing was elected Vice-Prisd.
dent for the ciiHiiIiig tenn.
Honolulu, April 11th, 1887 ( t
SI'KOIAI. mketino ov
lie tjirc'iiKiuers nt tiiu i'ncillc
Sugar Mill, held this day, Hon. C It.
Bishop was elected Vice-President for
the ensuing term.
11. KEN.1F.S, Sccrctarv.
Honohqu, April Dili, 1897. 09 at
LMt Alii Sale!
Ily ori-'cr of MR. L 1). KEMt, wo will
sell al public auction,
On Monday, April 18
At 10 o'clock a in., at our salesroom,
On n Liberal Credit to the trade,
a largo niut,variedj'assortnieiit of
xtiit'fl Neck Wear,
White & Colored liinetts,
100 Single Suit Pieces !
AND PANTS LKNGTHS.
C-trT TIicfo goods are all new, of the
latest patterns, wcro personally (elected
by Mr. Kerr, and oiler a lino opportu
nity lo the trade.
rSTTEHMS AT SALE
E. P. A1AMS & CO.,
10 4t Auctioned s
AI.ADY, WITH (JIlir.DHEN, IS
leaving for the Ow-l by llio next
trip of tho Ausliiiliii, iKdoMroiiHof meet,
lug with somo person who would net ns
nurse during tho oynge. Will pay
ull expenses lo Sin Francisco. Address
" NU USE," this ollice. 08 Ul
RS. K. M. OLIPHANT,
lias removed to Xo. I! Wellington Place,
School Street, tho reldnci of Mr. A.
Cockburn, opposite O. Afong, Esq.
a: ii is
Will perform in n TENT
Behind tho Shooting Gallery,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday Nights.
07 td W. IJ. ALIHUCU, Mnnnger.
Baggago Express, 06.
Stand: Cor, Fort
and Kinir Sth in
TOKfff?Sfiw" front of Hammer's
11 urn ess thop. All explo8iigo piompt.
ly atU'iidriUo nt reasonable ratiH.lliyi m
For Salo or Lease.
npiIOSE TMIEMISES SITUATED ON
X I'uiiahou Street culled "Kanaiiilo
hln," thu propel ty of O. II. Juild, mo for
Fiilo or for lease lor a term of years.
For particular inquire, of
ALEX. J. OARTW1UGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, 1880. UOB
JAPANESE NURSE GIRL. TO
look after one child. Apply to
.I.E. DROWN & CO.
A FURNISHED COTTAGE AT
Wnlkikl; beautiful shade trees,
nun lino seiLUiiiiuni;,
IS. S. OUNIIA.
JOB PRINTING f nil hhuls exc
outed at tho Daily Uuixkhn OIllco
facral Business Agency.
Skilled nlid Unskilled Labor I'lirnisliail.
Tlicru nro now rcgistcio 1 nt llio Ayon.
py, Rook-kcepers, Engineers, l'l intatlon
Limni, Carpenter, llostleu-, Cooks,
Hoys, etc., v ho urn becking employment,
ami iiiiiny of whom cuii fiirnlih the best
of references ll'rcipiiicd.
Vnliiiililo Ileal Estntc -In desirable
lots for salo or lense Convenient Col.
tnges to let on fnvorablu term.
For Sale. .V rnro rlinnro for a llnuch.
m.ui of small enpitnl is now olloud
for null. All tho appurtenances of a
thilfty, profitable ranch, horse,
cattle", milieu, hogs, hhcip tool, etc.,
etc., necessary lor Imimdlutc woik,
are on tho ptoinlflos. Sohrdiilo nnd
full partlculais given on application
to llio Agency.
To Lot That very rommrilloiii home,
ateiid known us ''Fair Vle.v," on the
'flunk of Punchbowl Hill; fully ap
pointed In cviry rinpeotj healthy air;
in ijpiltlrciit in; convenient h fa
llen Til's 1b ii ihm !' poniuilty lor
a piiaiuki:l)il!y to mcu.-.'u hcniilllul
home en iihdcnle tuna-.
To Lot. A conveniently located room
Cottage Willi intii-ronn nnd Kitciieii,
servant V qtiiutors, Mublo anil ciuiitigu
(died ; water laid on j about of n
niilo fiom the Post. Ott ou on the P.u
lain.i r nil. Tho premliu" have lately
jieen put In thorough rep ilr and ticuly
Tho Old Corner (Motto's) tor Salo on ita
soluble terms. A lain chance for in.
A Lodging Establishment conveniently In.
wit cd, paying lmndiumelv, to lie hail
nt a I'nigiihi.
Vull particulars given upon npplica.
lion al the .igoncy,
Mo. 3(1 Hci chant Street, Honolulu.
lloll Tctciiliillii: !31'i. 1 O. Itnx -113.
o tno volcano!
The STEAMER KINAU will make
nn e.vuirdon to tho Volcano, on
Eaily applications for tickets fchould
be m.itlo to Ollko of
WILDEXTS STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographio Gallery,
0(!7t FORT SHI fET
II. ITACKFELD & Co.
1-1 at) if
Smokers ! Attention !
II jou w.iiit n nii'o whiff, get porno of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
01 lw'l Just arilvcd.
Clias. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, mid Conviyatuns
Drawn on Mini I noiicc.
Collection Aaoncy.-.Mn. . JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mil. F. MARCOS,
Goncial Business Agency. No. '.18 Mei
chmit btrect. .
Itell Telephone 1. I. . ISox -US.
JTICE FURNISHED FRONT
loom nt No. 4 (j allien L'lnc.iQl lw
DURING MY AUSENCE FROM
thin Kingdom, Mr. W. F. Allen
will net for mo umkr full power of nl
torney. And my brother A. Wills, will
ciriy on my LiiMnes at ilio sbiro nt Viv
liulii. T 0. WILLS.
F.ilmla, April 0, J8S7. 07 lw
A LI, PARTIES IIAVIM CLAIMS
Y. ol'nny kind iigilnst tho undesign
ed arc heicby notiilcd to present the
Hime, propel ly ntlcMcd, to Goo. S.
1 louahlniling m tho "D iy Hoi so" Saloon,
on Hotel Mio"t, llnno ulu, within 8i.
d.iyji from this llth thy of April, 18S7, or
they will bo foievor barred.
G. W. UOUfiUTAlIlNG.
Honolulu, April 0, 18S7. COO III
8(!0,K0 TO LOAN!
npiIE underMgii'il have SiMy Thous.
JL and Dollaia to loin, hi Hiima of no I
lens than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
RiO'tr CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X mlvcitlso In tho Daily Dui.nvn.v,
Mates, Bolls k Mte.
Hell Tel. 1?2.
Mutual Tel. 1172.
. BROWN &
Campbell lllock, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apiits, Etc,
Offer the following:
To Lot. Shop In new luhk building on
King Miert, near Nuiumu, next to
Ohlneso Ncwm t'o.'s o!lloc.. Rent vciy
OIllco to Lot. Private ollleo, handsomely
Jilted, wilier convenience'', etc. Putt
of A. E. Jliown & Co.' piemUei, Mcr.
chant Street; with disk room oubdde
forncleik. Suitable for ii notary or
n lawyer. Rent, with olllce furiiitnic,
lJU per month.
Rooms lo Rent Fnrnldieil in tho lest
Rooms lo Rent. Four very hiind-omelv
futnlsbcd loomi in largo homo; well
Minuted on Isuiuinu Avenue. Rent
15 n month each.
To Lot. The house and grounds Mltiati d
in Nituanii Avenue, iccenlly occupied
by A. J. Uarlwrielit, Jr., Em. Kent
To Lot. A fi-rooined Oettage, with (Jar
ihge iloiiHuntnl Out hoim-., Nuiiunii
Avenue, near Uoveiumcnt ieerolr,
above 1 it j Queen Dowager Emma's
place, wlih bout 1! acres of land l
mlliM 1 1 m town, hent !?!(! perinniitli.
To Lot. A 5.1 oomed Ci tinge, with kitchen
altncliid', upper end of Xnuiuiu
Aenue, opposite "Valley Homo," In
excellent older. H.i.b milliliter con.
oiii nee. Kent Sltf.
To Lot. Shop window with spice behind,
In oilicoH i coupled by A. E. Drown fc
(lo. Suitnblo lor Jewelei'ii r lini or
Notary's olllce. Rent eiy moderate.
Honso and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
icddonco on Heielniiln Street. The
li'iibo contains ! llcdrooins, 1'iirlor,
Dlniui;.! com, i'.inlij, Kitchen nnd
Ihrhroom. Mosquito pioof. House
new anil well mult.
Lot 1011 by lfiO feet with privilege of
huyinu; next lot. IJW be sold cheap.
For Salo A charming residence
on Kinau sticct, containing 2 bed
louu'', junior, dining room, kitchen
bath, elc. Garden 1 out nnd back;
furriacc house, ululles it nil servant's
For Salo. A husiiifpi (restaurant; In
center of city. Owner leaving on ac
count of ill Health. A splendid chance
for ene'y.siic man. For pariiculais
apply to.f E. Riown is t o
For Salo or Loaso -With Immediate pes.
se."-ion. that valuable e-ttato known as
the NUUAJJU VALLEY RANCH.
Minuted in the Xiiuunu Valley. 2J
miles from llio city, and undoubtedly
the nio-t eligible" sito for a milk or
milk and hutierdiiiry In this Kingdom.
Thi'-nbove splendid piopcrty maybe
had on easy terms.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help..
CiiEitorn House Brokers,
Books kept & written tip,
J8 Merchant Street.
DURING MV AHSENOE FROM.'
tho Kingdom Mr. 'A. K.Myordwill
hao full ch'iruo ol my biifilno-is.
Honolulu April 11 JoS7. 07 lw
RS. NICOLL beg-) to inform the
, Irlcnds nnd natrom of tho Fanov
Doimitment (f Miv. Tno. Lack's ftoic,
tli.it tho reiifou tho piomlscd salo ol
Imicy woik did not lake place last Sat.
iirduy, was on account ol priM of work.
Hope to ho ready with a list of pretty
and useful aitleles by tho fiM Saturday
Wo also wHi to inform von that Mlts
Ritchie, recently from the E ist, mneeeds
MIjh Webster in chargu of tho Fancy
Mlw Ritchio has eoivpiI licr time nt
fiucy woik, and la master of her trade,
will give k'HHitiH In all the IiifiU hlyles
of iiuw ttitoluiiiind new Idons, pioniis
In f to glvo Kiitislnelion to nil. l'lciuo
glvo us nca'l.
, Tio ait of Making Paper Flowers and
Why Work is added to our list of fnncy
work, lu which lessons will bo given.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X nurcrtUo in tho Daily Rum.ii in,
fiM. re n ? rn& r cs n a n n
Australian Mail Service
WIS MAK FKAKCIHCO,
Tho now ami Ileo 1 ttcel fclcanishlp
Of the OcennicSlentni hip Compi'tiy, will
liodtical Honolulu Irom Sydi.oy
ninl Atickhuid u'i i r nliout
may 6th, 1 887,
And will leave for the above pint with
malls mid piu-Mmgcis on or iinout Hint
I or fiolghl or pas'ape, hnvinc SU.
FERIOR ACCOMMtJDATlONS, apply
WH. G. IHWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydnoy and Auckland,
Tho new ami line. Al tiled steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compiny, will
be duo ul Honolulu fiom S.iu
FraucUco on or about
April 16th, 1887,
And will lnvn piompt dl-palch with
malls and pm-sonjjjois fi r ihenliovu port".-
For Iroight or pa"airj, linvliij' SU-
PKRIOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
t;7 WE G. IRVIN & CO., ARents.
One Tlionsantl Ponnfls
At the lowest tlgure, of (he finest qua'
Warranted genuine, mndo of llio puic
juica only and guarantee! to Hand
Will not iletcriointQ in ipinllty for any
number of yearh. Large iiumiiitUH o..
ported eeiy year, by fonui ol the larg.
est commcicial llrnw of this city, to dit
leient pails of the United Sates and
the German Empire.
.MAKUI'AGTUltl'.D AT TIIU
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
aHtuuiiHiioii in await.
lNnotienl Coiiftoiioner, Pastiy Cook
Hotel, Iet. ri'iiiinnii nnd Fort HIh.
Doth Telephones No. 7L 01
Regs in iuforni tho public, thai ho lias
jutt returned lrom Sin Fianciseo, where
ho echclcd tin
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoe,
Mcn'.s Fine Roots ami Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoe?,
and a lino lot oT
ini'asim lutoxzr. Kr,!iij:itK.
UIJ Xo. IU . ii n mi u HM'cct. lm
Carriages at all houis, day nnd night.
Saddle Horn, llugjjics, Wagonettes and
Village Caith witu' htyllsh nnd gentle
horses to let.
A few lloiiiop, guaranteed. Second
Imnil Hacks, Open and Top Ruggicd,
Caits and J limits.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone Hi, or apply to
MSffiS & MAYIiKY.
C'ornei' ol'Xiiiiiitiu Ji Jllotcl SdoelH.
KING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Ciuriagp Compnr.y has been re
cently crgnturcil, and guantntecH lo
liiriiih good cimveyanee., lru"twxithy
drlvvis aii'l will iniike no oMoitiomito
All calli will bo piomptlv attended to.
OOTTAGJ3S TO Jj13T.
rpilREE NICE COTTAGES, PART
X ly fuiuii-bcil, and Hiltahlo for
houn'Iieeplntr. aic to lit nt Wnlklki.
Apply to AiXEN HERREUT, or to this
FOK JJ3ASK Oil SALE.
rnilE HOUSE AND LOT AT AVAL
X klkl, iitp'cpcnt orcupled by G. I),
Kroetli. Apply al ollluu of
FRKETH & PEACOOIC,
1512 11 23NuuautiBtieet.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE I OT. con or Pcnuncoln
and Lunalilo r-'ts. which can bo .
dlvblnt into two or more building loin.
Enqulioof G, WEST,
10,-31 Of West, Dow & Co.
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