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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Battle of Oalllbrnla, h. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Daily Bulletin Summary.
Published about tho End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
Beudlng'to friends abroad, nor is thero
any belter medium for advertising any
upeclal line of business that may ihpcml,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
ports of tho English-speaking world,
nnd tho demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Poslago to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On nud after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
"Will have charge of the delivery of the
Bum.kt:n Omci:, May 1!, 1887.
Fltdged to neither Sect nor Partj.
But established tor the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 1. 1887.
HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO.
Amidst the booming of the guns
from the British ship of war Caro
line ami the shore battery, nnd the
cheering from the large concourse
of people on shore, the steamship
Australia, accompanied by the
Cummins and the Elcu, steams
slowly out of the Honolulu harbor,
at precisely twelve o'clock, 12th of
April. Here are many gny hearts
on board, glad at the prospect of
travel in othcr;lands, but some with
a touch of sadness in their Joy, at
leaving their own happy island
homes. Soon we leave the town and
harbor of Honolulu in our rear, nnd
passing bright and sunny Waildki,
gay with afternoon sun shining on
Its pretty residences and long
sti etches of cocoannt groves, we ap
proach Diamond Head, and now the
accompanying vessels, on which are
the King, the band and a large com
pany, turn their heads back to
Honolulu, and with tho strains of
the band playing Auld Lang Syne,
and the loud aloha from man'
throats ringing in our ears, we
wend our way into the broad Pacific.
Faintly come the last notes of the
band and the last distant nloha,
bidding a long farewell to their
Queen Kapiolani and party, on their
way to foreign lands. Neptune now
begins to assert his sway, and many
who, one short hour ago, were so
joyous and full of gaiety, are now
not to be seen. To find them you
must search through the sleeping
berths, where, hidden away, they
can give vent to the agonized feel
ings, engendered by mother ocean's
assertion of her rights, or, in other
words, to a severe lit of sca-siokness.
What a word of agony is centered
in a night suffering from this com
plaint. Only those can say who
have been its victims, and the writer
cannot lay claim to be one of these.
The decks arc now deserted and the
bell lings for the fust meal on this
tup of the Australia, but is faintly
responded to and though the tables
are spread with many nice things,
tempting to the palato of even nu
epicure, nothing can call these sea
sick mortals from their hiding
places, and it lakes some three or
four days to bring many of them
from the depths of agony into which
they have been plunged. Itut time
brings to pass many things and at
last even the worst caso recovers.
The tables are filled at meal times,
nud full justice is done to the good
fare provided by the O. S. S. Co.,
and tho gay promenades on tho
hurricane deck in the evening, where
the fair daughters of Hawaii, with
those of other lands, disport them
selves, gaily promenading to tho
music of the ever rolling ocean, or
bitting in Mvcct converse with n
transient Bwnin, pass the llccting
hours away, or on other evenings
Homo ono of thojpassengers, for the
amusement of the many, call for
Hwcct music from the piano In the
Naloon, and with playing and sing
ing the timo goes pleasantly on.
What a commotion when the cry of
n sail is -heard ! how eagerly each
one scans the distant stranger, and
gives his or her version as to what
it is. Ono rill linvo it that it is a
brig, whilo another is just as cer
tain that it is n bnrlt, and so on,
each certain that they aro light,
whilo likely ns not they aro all
wrong, and it is a schooner.
A pleasant entertainment, con
sisting of a Chinese liurloquc, in
which Messrs. T. Lucas, E. Mac
farlane nnd E. Dowsett were partici
pants, as also singing and dancing,
came off on the night of the 18th
iust., and was much appreciated by
the spectators. The ever jovial
Paul Neumann has not been in the
background in any amusements
going forward, and his active pres
ence on tills occasion did much to
wards making it a success. And
again on tho evening of the lDth
inst. an opera burlesque wa9 per
formed under the nblo leadership of
E. Mncfarlanc, and was a complete
success in so far that it pleased the
Early on tho morning of the 5,'Otli,
the Enrralone Islands are sighted
and by C o'clock we nie entering the
Golden Gale, and boon after tho
guns of the Eoit nnd a war ship in
port gave their saluto in honor of
tho Eoyal Visitor on board. Tho
entrance to the Golden Gate is a
pretty sight, but It has been des
cribed so often that a repetition of
it i9 superfluous. Wo came along
side the whaif about 7:.'10, where
all was animation and bustle. Soon
the baggage was unloaded, each one
claims his own, and soon the close
neighbors of eight pleasant days nre
General Dominis was in a very
weak state on his arrival here, and
had to be can led ashore. Ho was
taken sick some three days before.
Possibly this may interfere with the
Koyal tour, the programme of which
is a week's stay in San Francisco,
from thence to New York and
Washington, arriving in England in
time for the Jubilee Celebrations ;
and after a stay of some little time,
get away ere the cold weather ar
rives, passing through the Suez
Canal, visit the different lands of
India and Japan, etc., and so on
home to the Islands. Thcic will be
a nice little bill to pay for this. I
can assure you the leader of the
party spares no expense to make it
a pleasant one for the members of
it. The bill for champagne alone,
on the Australia must be a fairly
The trip has been a very pleasant
one. Nothing was wanting on the
pait of Capt. Houdlcttc and his olll
cers to make it so, and it will long
be remembered with feelings of
pleasure. More anon. Aloha oukou.
San Francisco, April 21, 1887.
ADDRESS TO CAPT. HOUDLETTE.
The following address was pre
sented to Captain Houdlcttc, of tho
steamship Australia, on the steamer's
up trip to San Francisco:
O.V UOAIID O. S. S. AUSTIIAMA,
Aviin. 20, 1887.
Dear Ouptain: While we hope
to meet with you again in our travels,
upon this parting we desiie to ex
press to you our kindly feelings,
and our appieciation of the treat
ment which we have received on
board your vessel. This sentiment
is not expressed as conveying that
the other commanders of the Oceanic
line have not on all occasions treated
those who have travelled with them,
with every courtesy of officers and
gentlemen, but to assure you of the
consideration and friendship of the
undersigned passengers on this most
pleasant and satisfactory voyage.
The trilling present which our com
mittee is charged to hand to 3011 we
ask you to accept, not for its intrinsic
value but ns a memento of our com
panionship which wo will be partly
glad, and paitly sorry to sec ended
to-morrow. Glad becauso we have
to reach our several destinations,
sorry that a pleasant trip from
Honolulu to the Queen City of tho
Pacific is ended.
To Captain II. C. IIoudixetti:.
.Tno. O. Dominis,
C. P. Iaukea,
J. II. Uoyel,
Geo. C. Becklcy,
S. M. Damon,
13. F. Dillingham,
T. K. Lucas,
E. C. Mucfarlane,
H. J. Hint,
J. II. tSoncr.
J. 15. Castle,
F. A. Schacfer,
G. II. Martin, M. D.,
W. Watei house,
II. S. Ilovoy,
1L, ) J I1 'J
JOHN BROWN'S DIARY.
It is said that somewhere hid in
the duik and dusty crypts of tho
Capitol aro all, or nearly all, the
paper taken from John Drown at
Haiper's Ferry. Iiepeated efforts
have been inndo to find them, but in
vain. A New York publisher, who
has printed a great deal about the
Harper's Ferry insurrection and in
tends soon to put in book form a
series or magazino nrticles, lias
spent considerable time and money
of late in ransacking tho archives at
tho Capitol, so far with no results.
Among these papers, and there was
a trunkful of them originally, is
Drown's diary. In it was 11 list
classifying his friends in the schcino
to fieo the slaves by insurrection.
He had two columns on facing
pages, one marked "Reliable," the
other "Unreliable." Tho llrst two
fcMw.yq ijjmpn w. frfes.iig
names on the latter list were those
Fred Douglass and Fied Douglass
Jr. foston Traveller.
England will send her surplus
population to L09 Angeles county.
Tho Alabama railroads have been
prohibited from running freight
trains on Sundays.
At a conference of over 200 stud
ents fiom Wisconsin colleges lately
held at Beaver Dam, 83 consecrated
themselves to the woik of foreign
Cottago to Rent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low rent; furniture at a bugain.
For particulars cmiulicrf Jno. Mutoon,
Agent, Mere-hunt Mm t. 27 tf
Messrs. McGregor & Shannon's
Just Arrived from Australia
en route for Han Francisco,
will open at tliu
Haw'n Opera House
n.j...!-. U 1 . M r
V U' V
The entertainment will eoti'lst of
Scotch and Irish
Particulars in hand bill?.
Bo plan will open on Fi iday morn
ing, May flili, at o'clock. 27 -It
roil sax FJiAxomco,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
poi t on
Tuesday, May 10th,
For Ficight or Passage, apply to
27 VM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents
MORTAGEES' NOTICE OF SALE.
EY DIHF.CTION OF II. HAOK
FLLD ic CO., the moitgogcis
named in u certain indentuio ot mort
gage dated the 11th dny of March, IfcSS,
made by S. Kukii to mid JI. Huckfeld
fc Co., we arc directed to fell at Public
On Saturday, Hay 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, at our sale-room in
Honolulu, Oahu, the piciuiies iL.-ciibcd
in said mortgage, as iollon.s:
All that ceitalu piece or parcel of
land situate in KcauniU!, Lsiluiina, in
the Island of Maui, Ilawallun Island,
containing an aiea ol 111 perches, and
being the Mime piciniscs that wero
awaidedtoC. Kamiuina by Lmd Com
mission Award No. f.Tii), to which slid
award lolurcuco is hereby made for the
meli'i nud lioumN thereof, and that wee
ruin eyed to the sild S. Kukii by I). K.
Muhu by deul dated the 1 tit dty of Feb.
liiaiy, IhSI, and leeoidid in taid Regis.
tiy in Libci 8.1, on p igts '261 and 282.
Further putiiculai-, tun be obtulutd
of Smith, '1 liuislou & Kinney, Altoi
neys at L.i.v, No. (Jii Foil H., Honolulu.
II. HAOKFELD & Co.,
Dated Honolulu, April 2, 1SS7.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
27 ill Auetloneeis
Mochanic Engine Co. No. 2 !
THE members of this Company aro
icqucsted to attend tho Monthly
Meeting, at their Hull, miWEDNLS.
DAY livening, Mny 4th, nt 7:!J0 o'clock.
Business Nomination of Encineem.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
2,5 2t Foreman.
A OOOD CARRIAGE
XV Unliable foi
11 In ill' in ltJit
Piice?80. Enquirontlho Daily Hue,
i.kiin Oi'uoi:. 25 at
ONE 0001) SOUND
family Maroi perfectly
B'lfo to drio by Indies
orchlhlicn. Apply to
At No. 70 Quel n St.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSL PREMISES SITUATED ON
X Puiiahou Street called "Knnnnilo
bin," tho propci ty of C. II. Judil, uio for
salo or for letiso for a term of yeais.
For particulars inquiro of
ALEX. .1. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 188(1. If 03
1 uauiio.v nsiihO.vK against piu
I'hnsiiig IiiikIh at Fauna fiom Keni
keniliia oi advancing him money on
moitgago thereof, us I who am' his
lawful wifo do not eoiipont, whoso
coiibont is ncccssniv by law.
AVniliiku, .Maui, Apiil ill), 1887.
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHAR,
acler, with a rcnpectablo appear
ance, as coachman who can drive n pair
of hoiocs. Apply to .L T. AVulfrlinuse,
Nuuanu Valley, or J. T. fc II. Water,
house, Queen Slicct. 25 at
SONGS & DANCES
On Wodnosday, Mny 18th
At 0 o'clock n. m.
I will sell a P bile Vic'iintii limn',
donee of I . II. W O )l)VOU II, X u inn
Valley, on account ot dcuui , e i lie
whole of hU Hou-ihold FurultUiC, c u
il.llugof One UphdlMcreit
liedionin S l, Mutici!c, Hot
q illo Nets!, lloiil;Oi-e. MipeMur K
Y Dining Houm Fuiuittlli, L M,
Cioekery mill UIaawnic, ll.ilh Tub,
etc , etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LLW1S .1. LLVKV,
will be held on
Friday Evening:, May (Jtli,
At 8 o'clock,
In the Dlniii" loom of the llrlttxh Club,
to take it s f ji a suitable Commemora.
tion nt til
o the Accession of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria !
All Biitish Residents aro invited
(Signed) .1. IL WODKHOUSE,
II. H. M'd Commissioner
And Consul General.
Honolulu, Api 11 '2il.lS7. 20 tit
Having sold my Lxprefs llusb
Hess) and good-will to lr. 31. N.
Saudeis, on account of intended
dcpartuie I'.om the Kingdom,
I hereby request all claims
against hie to be presented by
the 15th of 3Iny, :md all Mils
o lug mo to bo p ihl by the 1st
of June, 1857.
20 2 w F. 11. OEDING.
Hiving bought out
Business, besa to inform tho public thnt
he w ill promptly tiansfer or deliver all
biifigngu entrusted to his care, and will
endi uvor to kIvo satisfaction to all his
patroni at all times.
Stand, at samo place
81 King Sleeet.
CSTUoth Telephone-!, No SO. COlm
B DBC 3U ES rJ? I TV GJ-!
of Stnndniil BiuikIb to cloo out hlouk,
will be t-old at Cost. Sizes as follow,
by the picco:
Illoac-lii-d, n, 7 anil H iuai'tci-H.
II ton ii, , 7, 10 uuil 11 i(iiurt-i-n.
C'AfSTff.K & CUOKIO.
Terebenc Shaviiip- Cresim I
In load tubes U thepleasiintot yet mndo
for the face, which with
Patent Terebene Soap
Ib combined with Terebene, thenntisep.
tin and pnllylng properties of which
nre w nJnf .1. For tale by
21 lw. CASTLE & COOKE.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horaes and Cattlo Treated for
Itesittciicc: 1 Alnkcu Stivct,
?. O. UOX .1J)H. JOtf
Having fcctiied the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we ate prepared to cecuto all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU miAXING JIII.LS.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Itccords Sonrched, Abstract of Tltlo
Fuinlslied, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agency. Slit. JOHN GOOD,
Jii , Atithmlzed Collector.
Employment Agency. Mil. F. MAltCOS,
General Businoss Agency. No. :18 Mer
llcll Telephone) IN. I. . llox IIS,
fc11 ) ' iMiMYaifaJUVwy,tji
Hell Tel. SUH. Mutual Tel. XUO.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Untklll d Ubor Furn'ettcd.
Nino Collages to t.l or Leaoo hi d ILht
fill Iiich Inn. vi I li eii y r nCli of ibe
bulntf nr' o ih e 1 y, th a c intno
d iilo ii sul eJ in niij it-ii lr.m ni i,nd
on mo t liiMiial 1 icrms
Throo Lodging Establlihmcnlj (or Salo
all paying hiiiidsomcly.
Tho "Old Corner," nt Nuuiinu and
Queen Sheets, for sale one of the best
business Mnniln in tlie city.
Throo Pieces ol Real Estato in ihU ills,
trict, outside of the city, for sale or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
tJtu-l illicit Oiinoi-itiiiitlrM rot- iirollt-
Full particulars given upon nppllca.
t on at the Agency.
No. 38 Morchant Sired, Honolulu.
F rst-claei llook-ki'cpcis, C.irpcntfr,
Blevvaid-, Conk, NurH and other
bkllled labor elcelrlm: iinploi ment.
Kaieliamelia Day !
I)uvth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held nt Kapiolani Park,
June IQth and 1 Uh
Official Programme of Races
11ivt Day, June lOlli, IBS' .
Iticc3 to commence at 12 noon.
1st. Honolulu Plato, S
Illuming Itace; mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plato, $
Trotting Itacc; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mile heats; lesi two In
Ihice; to harness.
3rd. Walkapu Challcngo Cup, $ added
Iluiiiiing Itace; pf mile (lush; open
to all; winner to Deal the rccoid ot
"Maj D " 1 :.'0.
4th. Novolly Race,
1 mile dash; 1st qunrti r
Vt mile S
H inilo !?
1 mile $
Open to nil Hawaiian bred horses.
5lh. Oceanic Purso,
Tiotting Unco; mile heat!; best a in
5; lo hnrncBS; open to all.
Cth. Hawaiian Plato,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Oay, June 1 1
Hi ccs to commence at 10:!IOam. bhaip.
1st. .Tito Queen's Plate, $
Running ltace; mile dash; open
2nd. Kamcliameha Plate, S
Running Race; a mile dnthjopcu
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
Tiotting Race; mile heats;' best 2 in
U; to hurne'os; open to all.
4th His Majosty's Cup,
Running Race; for Hawaiian bred
homes; owned by mcmlcrs of the
Jockey Club; 1 mile ehish. Cup to
ho mil for annually. Entrance i50,
5th. Breodor's Plato,
Running Race; mile dash; for all
a year olds,
Cth. Reciprocity Plate, $
Running Rico; ?t miledash; open
7th. Rosita Challcngo Cup, 0
Running Race; mile dash; winner
lo beat the record ef "Anglo A."
1 :45J mndo Juno 18, 1S30. Cup lo
bu run for annually, nud to be held
by tho wlnnti until his timo is bea
ten uta meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open lo all.
8th. Jockoy Club Post Match,
Swcepstcaks Tiotting or Pacing
Race; best 2 in 3: freo for all hoiscs
who have not a record of it mliis. or
better. To bo driven hy members
of the Jockoy Club. Entrance $10,
9th. l'ony Rnco, $
Running Rico; 1 mile (lnsh;cpsn
to only iliwnliim bred horses, not
over 11 hands, and not under 3 yrs.
old; cntch welfc'htH.
All entries to closs nt 13 o'clock noon,
on Juno lbt 1887, nt tho olllco of the
Secretary, and alt cnlrnnro fees to bu
10 per cent, unless ntherw io specified.
All races to be.run or trotted under tho
rules of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission no cents each
To 0 rand Stand, cxini... DO ccnls and 81
Cairiagcs inside of Course.. .$2 fit) each
Quarter Stretch Radges t.j.00 each
C. 0. BERGEB, Secretary.
For uco of Stnils, Track, etc., apply to
CAPT. JNO. ILRHOWN.
Th s programme IsMibJect to relslon
by tho Lxerntivu Committee. 1'urscs.
will bo announced nt an early date.
IVf RS. RODANET, tho well-known
1M. diwsinnker, leccnlly relumed
from Purls, has her dios.iiiukng moms
still on Eiiima street, ubovo tho snnare.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
'tv tuiunis, v per imuuin.
Uu'll TjI. I.2 Mil-lift! Tol. C7J.
V. 0 llox tor.
IWN & CO.,
Camfibell Blade, Merchant Gt..
Real Estate Agonte, file.,
Oilu the f 1 w llg!
To Lot.- till i m in w b Ii k I iilldli g n
Mo,; fiui'i, n nr s nit nu t e t io
t blue e iN u, b Co V ollloii-. Re it ei
Rooms to ncnlFirni-lud in the lest
Rooms lo Ron!. Four very linud-nuiclv
fiiiuhhed looms in largo home; well
sltuuled on Niiunnii Avenue. Rent
$10 a month enrh.
To Lot. The houte and grounds sltuaUd
In Nuuanu Avenue, icccnlly occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwiighl, Jr., Ui. Rent
To Lot. A Croomed Cottage, with Car.
thge House and Outhouse, Nuuiinu
Avenue, ne.ir Oovcrnmaut re"crolr,
above htj Queen Dowager Ltnnm's
place, with nbout 2 acres of land '2)4
milej from town. Rent $10 per month.
To Let. A Croomed Celtnge, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuunu
Avo.iuo, opposite "Valley Homo," in
excellent older. IJaih and water con.
To Let. a pleasnntly tl'ttnted residence,
comprUIng two cottages, otilhjuecs,
etc., mi l'auoi road, ne.ir Puiichboul
H'nt. Rent ery low to meet the
House and Lot for Salo. Very desirable
icsidcnco on RetclMii.1 Street, 'ihe
houm contains -1 Ilulrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen nnd
lin broom. Mosquito pioof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by IfiO feet with rrlvllego rf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi immellato pos.
ses'iou, thai valiiablo citatu known us
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in the Nuuanu Valley, 2J
mile from tho city, and undoubtedly
the mou eligible slto for n milk or
mill: mid butler dulry In thi Kingdom.
1 lie above splendid properly maybe
hud on easy terms.
Sitiutioin wanted by
And other clames of help.
Custom Houoo Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 MeiehiiDl blicu.
Just leceivcd c "Alameda,"
i'fittfiiiH oi' 1887; nlno
Border and Ceiling Decoration
In jjient variety at reduced price.
WILDER & CO.
DHAS. J. FISKEL'S
Till' rmiTUf.' A'n Tim-Dmim
WVPfrfiili "yuujj in inriOJifll
W&ZR ,,f'"'plcd hy, Mr. "Wood worth,
toA" "en tho llrst bridgo. Nuuiinu
s,1,c';'t. J'osiession can be obtained after
iiiuBibniiii. amnio and pasture land
adjoining the house.
Aho, onu Cottnj;o on Pcho'd .Street.
0 nMny to J. T. WATKRIIOUSE,
-5w Queen Street.
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
L adverlleo in tho Daily Uuixltin.
I'mi NAN FHAKOISCO,
'the new ii ml fli o Al Heel iteius'ip
Of till I C'-MI IcMllili ll ,.( I lli U1J w 1
I e due al I in ol- u n in t-iin'ey
urn Aic 1 ml ci i nldiil
IWay Slh, 1887,
Ami will 1 nve tin ih ul oe pull wllh
iiuil.bn.il pabiingtis 11.1 or ui.otit ibni
t."?ite,e',t or fas-age, having BU.
X'JSKIUU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Stcnmshlp Conipiuy, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sin
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dir pitch with
nulls nnd pai-sengeis fcr t be above port.
For Height or pntngc, liaviiiit bU.
PER10R ACCOM.MODATIONS, ui.ply
to ' "'
H7 WM. 0. IltWIN & CO., Agents.
At Uio lowo-t figure, of the finest qua
Warranted genuine, mndo of tho pure
julcc-only and guarantcd to ttond
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in qunlity for any
number of years. Largo eiuamitiis ex.
ported ociy jenr, by some ot the Inrg.
est comineicljl Orms of this eitv, to dil.
ferenl purls of the Uniled S fites and
the German Empire.
MANUl'ACTUHED AT Tin:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
J3utnTllHliel In ISOa.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook
Hotel, lict. Aiuiiami niid I'ori Ht.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS &JSH0ES I
Begs to inform tho public, thnt ho hau
ju-it relumed from San Francisco, whero
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fino French Kid Shoes,
Men'B Fine Hoots nnd Shoes.
Children's Elegant Shoes,
nnd a fine lot of
IXFAXTS' HllOXZK HI.IITKim.
m So. is Xiiimnu Slieet. fim
Carrlnges at all hours, dny and night.
Paddle Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes nnel
Vllhigo Carta wltn stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
, A'f Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Bugelcs,
Carts and Harness. fab '
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply in
MILKS & HAYJLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner or.Vuunnu a Hotel Htieols.
HIKG UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Caninga Company hns been rev
cenlly orgnnled, and guarantees to
furnt-h good ounveyance-i, trustworthy
drivers, nnd will make no extortionate
All calls will be promptly attended to
TO LET. '
NIOR FURNISHED FRONT
loom nt No. 1 Oarden Line. 01
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpilRIH-: NICE COT rAOES, PART
X ly liirnibhed, and suitable for
liouFekcopinic aro to let nt Wniklkl.
Apply lo ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Penfacola
and Lunalilo b'ts , which can bo
divided Into two or more building lota.
Enuuiieof G. WKST,
ion I Of West,Dow & Co.
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