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Bulletin Omci:, May 2, 1887.
Pltdged to neither Beet cor P&rty.
Bat eiUUIihed lor the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1887.
OUR CREAT MEN.
Hawaii, a country not long known
to the old world, since admitted to
the family of civilised nations lias
become a distinguished member
thereof. This is due mainly to the
remarkable ability and energy of her
public and semi-public men.
For years and years the country
moved along with dignified slowness
under tho sedate leadership of old
fogies, who attached undue import
ance to honesty, respectability, and
a good name. They had no push,
and too much conscience. They
paid their way, and kept the country
out of debt. They were behind
the times and the genius of the age.
Just the exact kind of old fossils
that gain the sympathy and receive
the approbation of missionaries, men
of morality, gentlemen, and all that
kind of persons.
Hut how could tho country go
ahead and acquire notoriety under
the control of such men. Why, they
actually insisted upon paying slate
, debts when they became due, and
even refused to nccept rebates for
their own personal benefit. Some of
them, after years in office, retired
with a smaller balance at their
bankers than when they began ! If
the country had continued under the
government of such men it would
certainly have continued to move
slowly, would probably have re
mained out of debt, and the distin
guished fame which has produced so
many flaming articles in foreign
papers of late would never have
sounded Hawaii's praises ubroad.
A period having arrived, however,
in the country's evolution when a
new and more advanced order of
tilings was imperatively demanded,
men up to the times and equal to
the emergency were found. It is n
familiar fact in history, that great
events or great emergencies create
great men, or bring men endowed
with the attributes of greatness into
prominence. This fact has been
signally exemplified in the recent
history of this country. Great men
have arisen, or perhaps, more cor
rectly, great men have been created
or manufactured, who by great
exertions or great inertness have
elevated the country to the pinnnclo
of greatness, 'which the Gilbert Isl
anders and Samoans may well view
from afar with envy. Statesmen
and ministers, legislators, soldiers,
and sailors, Jows and gentiles,
natives and foreigners, poi-poundcrs
and shop-keepers, hnvoall dilinguish
cd themselves in a signal manner.
Dut, of course, in the very front
rank of progress and astounding
achievements have stood ministers
and members of parliament. These
have shaped tho national policy and
made tho country's laws, and to
them is fairly duo our safo harbors
and extensive wharves, our roads and
bridges, our prosperity and public
Perhaps we haven't that vener
ation for our great men which is
their due. Familiarity breeds con
tempt, and as we nro rather familiar
with their antics and antecedents,
wc may not always speak of them
with, nnd feel towards them, that
profound respect and reverential
awe which their superiority of in
tellect nnd dignity of position natur
ally demand. But when wo for n
moment contemplate the contingency
or possibility of losing them, we be
gin to realise their worth, and ask
ourselves the miestion, ''What
should wc do without them?" "We
know them, wo arc used to them, we
understand their wayo. It is true
they give us inllnito anxiety and
distress of mind, and are always
liable to bring our grey hairs with
sorrow to the grave. Still the fault
Is more ours than theirs.
Somo of us have been dragged up
in a narrow school where wu have
acquired the habit of looking to
public men for sense and informa
tion, and a certain appreciation of
justice and honor; but what right
have wc to be so exorbitant in our
demands? There is nothing in the
Constitution to justify our expecta
tions. Our institutions arc such that
the highest scats arc made available
to the greatest blackguards, and
their tendency is to deteriorate day
by day till the whole fabric tumbles
to pieces of its own rottenness.
Theoccurrcnccof events that would
necessitate the retirement of our
great men into private lifo is sonic
thing tiiat cannot be contemplated
witli equanimity. Just think of how
they have attained their eminence !
They have ruthlessly thrown aside
everything which makes life endur
able to men of honor. They have
risen to eminence upon the ashes of
conscience, rectitude, and respect
ability. See what they have done!
They have smashed principle to atoms
common sense into smithereens,
and the public interest into a cocked
hat. In a magnificent chamber, with
a live President in an arm-chair and
some dead notables in picture
frames, wc have heard them spout,
make war on sense, and jabber a
mellifluous compound of cunt and
cunning, nnd have seen them make
laws of a nature vastly ahead of the
Medes and Persians, for theirs could
not be changed for the better, and
ours cannot be altered for the worse.
Look at their practical wisdom, as
manifested by and in their public
works for the good of the people!
A Board of Genealog, expert at
bones; a Hawaiian Board of Health,
familiar with glass anatomy ; splen
did and costly bridges, washed out
to sea ; a magnificent war steamer,
of iiGS rat-power; nnd, greatest of
all, a huge monument, christened
l'um.ic di'.kt, which towers up in
proud defiance of time, the elements
nnd the skill of man. Ho not these
works, and many more, bespeak the
greatness of our Members and Minis
ters. How cruel it would be to
relegate such men to their originnl
insignificance ! Let us never think
of such an act, but rather prepare,
when by the hand of the inevitable
they are ultimately laid low, to erect
over their graves a monument of
wood, as befittingly symbolising
their natural composition !
Pauis, April G, 1887.
It is by keeping theso facts in
view, that tho P$rc Monsabre now
lllls Notre Dame ; ho has been des
oribed as a monk of the Middle
Ages steeped in modernism ; ho at
tacks social evils witli tho strategy
of a warrior, and if ho docs not ex
press victory in his eyes like thu
Great Cowle, he feels it in his head
as Tiircunc. "He makes ine turn
over my conscience," as a sceptical
Parisian oueu truly described that
clergyman. He. asks his country
men to bo two tilings christian and
patriots. In 1871, six weeks after
tho signing of peace, IVtc Monsa
hro preached the Lenten sermon in
Met. Cathedral. Alluding to tho
defeat of his countrymen, he said to
tho Alsatians just torn from tho
side of France: "You are not
dead : they may chango your name,
but not your blood. KTc'rywhere I
go, 1 swear to you, I shall call you
French to that blessed day. When
I shall return to this cathedral to
preach the fconnon of deliverance
and to chant with you such a To
Detim, as these aisles have never be
fore heard." Tho men escorted the
preacher, witli their hats off, to tho
bibliop'a paluco, and tho womon
waved their handkerchiefs already
with mourning borders and lined
tho route, all sjioutlng, Vivo
France! Next day a Gorman
olllccr called to see 1'ero Mousabr 6
who was by then, in thu midst of a,
siUBitm corcla sermon, at Paris.
Pranzini still keeps to tho front
as tho leading actuality, that he is
an accomplice in tho triple murder
of tho rue Montaigne, ndmits of no
doubt; tho man who cut the tin oats,
or rather decapitated his victims, is
still at large. The cabby who drove
Pranzini for some hours in Paiis,
the day following the crime to view
even the house where the deed was
perpetrated, has given important in
formation, establishing that Pran
zini was accompanied pait of the
day in the vehicle by a man, answer
ing to the description of the wretch
that was seen by the house porter,
who came with the murdered flash
woman, the night of the murder,
mid remained in her apartment.
Pranzini declines to give the name
of this pal, or men a description of
him, though both sent off registered
packets of the victim's jewelry the
same day through the post. Tho
authorities believe they are in pre
sence of a band of reprobate), who
lived by murdering and robbing
rich demimondinns. Pour of the
latter have been nssasinaled, and no
clue has yet been found of the mur
derers. Pranzini is a very liand
bomc man of engaging manners,
and seductive conversation. He
hung round the big hotels and news
rooms, where Americans most do
congregate, offering his services to
visitors as guide, philosopher and
friend to fast life in Paris. He had
always plenty of pocket money,
never worked, and perhaps he is
not wholly stranger to many of the
mysterious disappearances of res
pectable persons found drowned
and gagged, and fished up in tiic
Seine. His arrest has cut short one
possible tragedy. He won the
affections of a young American lady
last autumn, who was staying at
the Continental Hotel. She is said
to be from Cincinnati, and the
daughter of a merchant. They
corresponded; since his arrest, a
letter lias been seized by the police,
addressed to Prniizini from the
young lady, who enclosed her photo.
Tho Piefect du Police, it is said,
has been in communication with one
of the pastors of the American
churches here, to acquaint the
young lady's family with the situa
tion, and if possible, beg them to
send any photo given by Pranzini
of himself or his friends, but above
all, if gifts of jewelry have been
made, as these might connect with
other murders. Jt is supposed
Pranzini shared in the tiiple assassi
nation, to secure the means to fit
himself out, to sail from Marseilles
to New York, gain Cincinnati, elope
with the young lady, or utilize Ins
influence over her to commit some
The Champ dc Mars commences
to pay for an occasional visit; the
foundations of the sevcial sections
of the exhibition structure com-
menec to bhow, and mounds of ex
cavated earth arc numerous. It is
now a definite fact, that neither
Itussiu, Germany, nor Austria, will
have anything to do with a fc&tivnl
glorifying tho revolution of 1789.
However, other monarchal govern
ments are not so squeamish. The
French must only exureise their in
genuity to titili.u the space reserved
for the refuseiM. Tho French aie
not acting wisely in their policy to
exclude everything foreign, where it
can hi; done, from their economic
and trading life. Common sense
suggests, to utilize the foreigner
and his products, whenever suit
able, and- save the Chineso, and
perhaps even thesn not now, can
live independent of outsiders.
? 1100MS and HATH, within 11 f teen
t) mlnuteo' walk of I. O. Address
"UotliiKC," thlh olllcu. !I0 It
OY A MIDDLK-AGKO MAX, who
has heou bitter days. Cm bo
turned. Address " II," this ollice.
r-X NEITIIEH tho Captain nor
33fiy thu Ageiiln of the German
JJsH&Sbnrle HEHCULKS" will ho
s3S23fre.sponbihlo for any debts con-
traded by the crow.
F. A. HOHAEFEIt & CO.,
!10 :H Agents.
Continental and Colonial
36 Hue do Dunkerqus, - - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
nt t'iciieh, llelgian,
Swiss (lorninn, and English Goodx, at
the best Manufacturers' Lowest Prlicj.
Coninilhblon, Two-untl-a JInlf per cent.
All Tiailu und Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Originnl Invoices forwarded
Kcinittuuces, through a London or
Paris Hanker, payable, on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tho Agenny I( niuiunt, Iluye, and
SclN, fir llomu and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
.Silks. Volveth, Lawn, Chinly.cs,
Musi Ina, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, I'arnbols, Haberdashery,
Gold and hllver Lace,
Flnnnols, Fenthers, l'corls,
Jloots and Shoes, Gluts, nud
Ohlna-wnro, Clocks, Watches,
Jovicllry, Fanev Goods,
Klectro-plulo, MtiBicnl Instruments,
Funs, Ecclcfiiibtlcul und
Optical GodiIb. Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &a ,
Oilman's. Stores, Hook', Artistic
Cliromos, Muchlneiy, &c, &o.
ONE WAY OF KN0WK1G.
Parson How did you like my
sermon this morning?
Parishioner Too long.
Parson Dear me, I'm sorry.
Parishioner So am I. If 1 sleep
fivo minutes over my usual time it
gives me a horrid headache. Tid
On Wednesday, May
At '0 o'clock n. in.
I will sell a' Public Auction nt thu resl.
donee of l. II. WOODWOKI II, N'iniuiiu
Valley, on account of dcpiuiuic, the
whole of Ills Household furniture, en
Bedroom Sots, .I;Utroscj, Mos.
lillo Nets, Hook 0 ise. Superior 15
W Dining Hoom Furniture, Litiipj,
Cioukery und Uln'sw.ue, H.ith Tub,
etc , etc., alsu
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Don't forget the sale
To tnko place, down stalls,
Biginning nt 19 u. in.
Bodiio'.ioa of 5 per cent, on all pur
chases over One Dollrr.
The special I (.attire of the sale will be
MIS LOW ,a jut arrived from fan
Franol-oo, mid Is prepared lo K'vo lea
coiw In both wax work und paper Iluw
ers. Clues will bo formed on Satur
day, to begin work on Monday. For
further niu-iicuLiis eoino lo the sale.
Mr. Joi ii Ma go on
IS niitltoricd to collect bill, nnd liii
receipt for the sunc will be Mifll-
clcnt, tor the
Honolulu, May ii, 18b"
FOIt SAN FJIANCISCO,
The At Steamship
Will 1 nvo Honolulu for tho ubove
For Freight or Pasjog;, apply lo
27 VH. G.'IRWIN & CO., Agents
MRS. RODANET,ho well-known
itiCfsmukur, leueiitly returned
Irotti Paris, has her dre-e-mnking iooiiih
still on Emma sued, above the Mttiarc.
For Salo or Lease.
rpiIOBE PREMISES SITUATKT) ON
x. I unnliou Street called "Kiuuinilo.
Ida," tliu propcity of 0. II. Judd, are for
sale or for lease- tor a term of years.
or pirticuinis inquire nt
ALEX. J. CAltTWRIGIlT.
Honolulu. Dee. 13. 1S&0. If 09
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
or.dtpied by Mr. Wnndwoitli,
near tho Hist bridge, Nutmnu
Street. Possession can be obtained after
the 'Jlpt In-t. Stnblo unil pabturo hind
adjoining tho house.
ALo, (inn Cottage on Seho"l Street.
A pjil v lo J. T. WATEIUIOUSK,
MS' Queen Street.
CHEAP, a splendid
Saddle HORSE, In first
olnss condition. Apply
at this ollice.
.V" 1T-U .-1.1 .-.TITT-.
family Mare; perfectly
Bnfo to drlvo by Indies
or children. Apply to
At Xo. 10 Queen St.
Having Fccuied tho Scrvico3 of
Gfeo, C. Stratemeyer
wo nro prepared to execute all
House or Sig,n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
!WWMiyWlwaj.Jy..JjMW''VlMSM;PJ'lV'f Mm M1MWMiiii
Well Tel. 0 IS.
Mutual Tel. 129.
Sklllcil and Unsklllid Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Let or Lcaso In d light
I ful IociiIoiiji wiil.ii en-y lviicn or i lie
I business part of this city, with ire unino
diilio n sailed In miy rap.luui ut und
I on mo-t hiwnnllj terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments lor Snlo
nil paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," ut Ntiuiinu nnd
Queen Snoot", for sale nnu of the best
biisliie!"- g'nnds In the city.
Thrco Pieces ol Real Estate In thU dis.
triel, outside of the city, for Bale or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI TOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for pront-
Pull particulars given upon applica
tion nt tliu Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
FImI-cIh Hook-keeper, Carpenter,
Htewnnli, Cioks Nurcs nnd other
skilled labor deslriitir. inployuient.
Mo3srs. MoGregor & Shannon's
Just Arrived from Australia
en route for t-'nn Fr.incisco,
Mill open m. the
Haw'n Opera House
Way Wg, May 7th
T lie entertnlninent will consist of
Scotch, and Irish.
l'ntttculnip in hand bill',
Unx plan will open on Fiiday morn
ing, May flth, at 11 o'clock. 'i7 4t
Having sold my Express Itusi
ncss anil good-will lo Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
departure from the Kingdom,
I hereby request nil chiims
nguinst me to hu presented by
the lC;h of May, and nil bills
owing mo to bo paid by the 1st
of .Tunc, 1837.
V. II. OEDING.
M. N. SANDERS
Hiving bought nu
lliisiiics. bi'2 to inform tho nubile Hint
ho will promptly Itaiihfer or deliver all
b-rj-gngc entrusted to his cure, and will
endeavor lo give sutitfactlon to all his
patrons at all time.
Stuiul, at same place
81 King Steect.
tS-llolIi Telephones, N'o 80. 01 in
of Stnndnrd Brands to elo-o out stock,
will be hold at Cost. Size ns follows,
by the piece:
lUciichcU, (i, 7 nud K iuiU'I-i'N.
ISi-owu, (5, 7, 10 mill II iiuni'tcrM.
OASTJiK &, COOKE.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
IIorse3 and Cattle Treated for
EU'furtonce: .'53 AIiiIumi Street,
X. O. JlOX UH. 20tt
Clias. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Eurnlshed, und Convfyaaces
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agoncy.-M it. JOHN GOOD,
Ju , Authorized Collector.
-Mu. E. MARCOS,
General Business Agoncy..
-No. IIS Mcr-
Hell Telephone. :tlH.
1 OAUTIO.V l'l'.ltKONH agtlillHt pur-
cliasint; landrt ut Pauoa fiotu Koni
koniliia or advancing liim inonoy on
niortpugo theieof, itH 1 who 11111 his
lawful wifo do not consent, wlioto
coiibont is licccshiiiv liy law.
Wailtiku, Jraui, Apiil HO. 1887.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colums. $2 per uuuuiii,
JJJJ ifcyy.rfMlj. If
Boll Tel. r.a.
Mtt'unl Tel. f,7J.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
leal Mate Apuis, Etc.,
Oiler the f. 1.. wiiiit:
To Lot, Sit 'p In new In Ii k lmllrtlrp ni
Mug Mn.it, mar Nuiumi, i.et' to
Chine e News C'o.' ollloes. Ket-t orj
Rooms lo Ront F irnirlud in the lest
Rooms lo Ron!. Four very hnnd'omcl
fuinldicd looms in large house; well
Bitumen on JNUtinuti a venue. Kent
sjlli n mouth encli.
To Lot. The house nnd grounds slluntul
In Nutmnu Atomic, tecenlly occupied
by A.. I. Citrtwrlght, Jr., Ltq. lent
vi ry moderate.
To Lot. A Crnomcd Ct tlage, with 0 ir-
ihigo House nud Out 1ioiim-, Nuiianu
Avenue, near (Joveminent rccrvolr,
nbiivo lito Queen Dowager Ktninn's
place, with kbmit 2 ucrcs of laud 2)4'
uillei from town. Kent $10 per mouth.
To Lot. A fi-rooincdCethigc, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Xuuuiiu
Ano.iuo, oppoMto "Valley Home," In
excellent older. Tilth nnd water con
enl need. Kent Si.
To Let. a pleasantly ft unlet! resident e,
eomptltlng two uotugin, outlmtiMW,
etc., on 1'iiiiim road, near l'tinelibnwl
Mrctl. Hint very low to meet thu
Ilouso and Lol lor Salo. Very dcsiinlilu
icsidcucu on Ileietiillla Street. 'I lie
lioure contains 4 Ikdroom-i, I'urlor,
iJinlniMuom, l'linlry, Kitchen mid
lill liroOIll. M04(UltO pioof. Il(uc
new and well built.
Lot 100 by lfiO feet villi nrlvllefro (f
buying next lot. Will be sold theap.
For Salo or Lcaso -With Immcdlntu pos.
bCHMiin, Unit vninnlile estate Known its
tho KUUANU VALLEY KaNCII,
Flnmtid in tho Xutini-u Valley. '.!.
miles from tho cliy, nnd undoubtedly
tliu most eligible site for a milk or
milk ni.d butler dairy in this Kingdom.
rlh above splendid prororty iiuiy be
lmd on cas-y terms.
Situations wanted by
And other clascs of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
i!8 Merchant Street.
Tho Leading' Millinery House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
DAY THIS WEEK!
.TOTWlTllhTAXDINO THE UN-
juvnrautu wc.ititer wo weie crowd-
en to tucu nn exienr, tnai wo were uu.
able to accommodate the large number
of kind patrons who thowed by tholr
presence their npinveiatlnn of ourcfl'iirts
t J fund h them, ON ANliXTENSlVU
AT LOW PIUCES.
Xew novellio3 In L'ldlcs', Mhs-es and
Cl.ildrru'.s Hats this week by the Austin
lia, lniniifacturid exprewly for our
f.doi. Sovernl cxcltuivc lylcs InLndles1
und Mines' Turbans and Carriage Hats.
HIUHONS in patterns and coloring lo
bo found no where elnc In Honolulu, and
tho 1'itgest nsMirtmcnt ( f phiin nnd fancy
Ribbons, mob h niny lie found in any
well rcgulaUd ribbon ttock, at jirlcis us
low as the lowest.
A. Woril on Inexpi'iiHlve .llllllnery.
While we admit that no goodn come
to this country for millinery purposes
too lino for us to buy, at tho sninc time
we claim lo carry the
Largest Lino and tho Best Assorted Slock
Of gcntr.il Millinery cf all grades in
To those who do not havo much time
for bliopplng: Do not let the Idea (o
industriously circulated by iulcrcUvd
parties, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run uwny with your Judgment,
that lko.iiiio a house is largely patroniz
ed by thosu who give u great deal of
attention to their dies?, yon mtif t ncces
sarily pay high prices for what jou
want. Ah n general thing such people
have time mid plenty of it to look
around, and jut ns anxious to inoko a
dolla.' go as far ns jou are, nnd take
ndviintiigo every time of thonppoiiuulty
to get the best bargains for their money.
CHAS. J. HSHEL,
Leading Millinery Houso.
Just rccclvul ex "ii laintd i,"
'nttui'iiH of 1887; nlno
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in great variety nt rcdt'ced prleea.
WBLDER & CO.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrlUo lu tho Daily Bulluun.
Australian Mail Mi
i-;j: wan i'j:axj'sk .
Tho new him fi o Al Meet stent) tlilp
Of the 1 ctiiiiicSioiin hip (' in pi ny w, 1
he due ut hot oln u liom uli.'ey
mi'l Ai.ekl ml ij't ' 1 h l.o m
IViay 6th, 1887,
And will leave forth" ubove poll with
iin.lis and pnosLiigeis on tr uoont that
For fielght or pnssnr, hnvinK SU.
PEH10H ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN ft CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel stcnmshlp
Of tho Oceanic Stcntmhip Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sin -
Finucisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havn prompt dh patch wilh
miilUnnd patscngcis frr the alovo port'.
Por Jrolght or pnmigi, hnvliiL' SU
PEUIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
17 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of the finest qunl
Wurrauttd genuine, mndo of tho pure
juice only and guaranled to ttnnd
EXPORT TO-ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in qutillty for nny
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported eveiy j ear, by tome ot tho larg.
est eoininerel.il firms ot this elty, to dii.
ferent parts of tho United S ates and
tho German Umpire.
MANUKACTUIIE1J AT THK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
IShUiMIhIkmI in 1803.
Hotel, bet. Xiiumiu nnd Fort
Both Telephones No. 7-1. .
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
llegsto infoim the public, Hint ho has
Iuh returned from San Francisco, whero
ho selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Pino French Kid Shoe,
Men's Fine Boots nnd Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a Hue lot of
IXl'AXTM' llltOXZK HMITKKS.
03 Xo. 1 Xiiuanu Street. flnv
Carriages at nil hours, dny nnd night.
Snddlo Horse?, Buggies, Wugoueltes nnd
Village Cuts witu stylish and gentle
hordes to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand llncks, Open nud Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ititig up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES &. MAYIiEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xiiunnu &. Hotel HtrrotM.
BIND UP TELEPHONE 457,
Thi3 Carriage Company 1ms hecn re
cently orgnniyed, nnd guarantees to
furnish good conveyances, trustworthy
driven, nnd will make no cxtoitionata
All calU will ho promptly attended to
lomii ht No. 4 Oaiden L'lni
Cottage to Kent
FUItNITUIiE rOlt SALE.
Low rent: furniture nt a hariraln.
For p-irticulurs entiuiro tf Jno. Mncoon.
Agent, Merchnnt htrett. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONK LABOR LOP. corner Pcntacola
nnd Lunalllo Kta., whloh ran ho
dividrii Into two or mora hulldlng lots.
FiKinlro of Q. WKST,
1051 Of West, Uow & Co,
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