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BISIIOl & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
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Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
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Notice to Sntarita
Ou and after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will havo churgo of the delivery of tho
IIullkti.n Omen, 3lny 2, 1887.
Fledged to neither Beet nor Party.
But eEtabllshed.tor the benefit of all.
MONDAY. MAY U. 1887.
A CURIOUS STATE OF THINCS.
A gentleman stepped into our
ofllcc on Saturday, and at once
stated, without circumlocution, that
the object of It is visit was to get
information. He wan promptly in
vited to take scat, being assured
at the same time that he had come
to a source popularly believed to
know everything, and a thing or two
more, and that if the particular in
formation lie desired was in stock
he should have it gratis. A friendly
feeling was tints established between
us and a perfect understanding
reached, in less time than is taken
to write it, and our visitor pro
ceeded to state his question in the
most concise terms. .Said he :
" Are the prisoners in charge of
the town? I sou them leisurely
walking around the streets, and into
business establishments and private
houses, Tvith a smack of I-don't-care-a-straw
in their movements and
a look of nutlioi ity in their faces,
from which I get the impression
that they have charge of tho town.
Am I right, or am I wrong? That's
what I want to know."
This was a poser, although we did
not feel called upon to make con
fession to that effect. .So we as
sumed a wise, know-everything,
never-surprised look, affected to re
gard the question as too simple and
too insignificant for a direct reply,
and started out on a periphrastic
"It is quite clear," said we,
'that you, sir, are not fully cog
nisant of tiio fact that you arc now
in the kingdom of Hawaii, the sun
and centre of the great prospective
Oceanic confederation. You are
probably a Knropean, or perhaps an
American. ISut you tiro not now in
Europe nor America, but Hawaii.
Your knowledge of those quarters
of the globe will bu of no service to
you in tins, and your experience
there will most likely prejudice you
against what you sec here. Hono
lulu is not Koine, nor Paris,' nor
liorlin, nor London, nor IS'cw York,
but Honolulu. Those cities have
municipal governments, which enact
regulations, which sire enforced by
tho policu a'nd administered by mag
istrates. Heru we prefer to have
city affairw mnnaged by the general
government, and as a consequence
they arc in thu charge of no parti
cular department, and almost any
fellow may assume control when and
as thu whim strjkes him. The streets
arc often taken charge of by car
riages, and uufortuunlu pedestrians
havo to look out for themselves, and
givo the right of way to wheels, as
Laving the prior claim and being
- a. i ii iiMMiiiiiiiMiiiwii t iiiif aw ii i 'iiimiiiiiM mil iiiiwiiiBHiHiiw immmim WrWiMi i I wimwiH lii lii WMBMiaiffiiBBri irfi?iitfitinirrfivr w,Min'tfuaf,,iwKMrt,xi
masters of the situation. In certain
pails of the city, Chinamen have
charge of the ttreots, and use (horn
as the depository of their slops,
which they throw into thoin fiom
their balconies, and anyone who is
so bold as to trespass is liable to
receive a baptism of filth. The
sidewalks belong especially to China
men who carry baskets. These gen
tlemen nre in charge, and linvc pri
vileges which take precedence of all
other claims. If you see one of thctn
coming, it is your duty to get out of
the way, and if you arc slow in
doing it, you must expect to suffer
the consequence. Occasionally,
builders 'jump' portions of public
thoroughfares, and erect barriers of
bricks, which keep the people at a
distance by daylight and against
which they bark their shins and
break their necks in the dark.
Itaccntly quite a large strip of the
city front has passed into the con
trol of the navy. For an hour or
two several evenings last week, be
ginning shortly after f o'clock, our
gallant sea forces asserted and exer
cised their full and undisputed
claim. Inspired and moved 1j
material spirits, they delivered, on
those occasions, speeches of a most
edifying and elevating character, in
tho very choicest language of the
back slums. Of course, they were
m charge, and they were determined
to disgrace their uniforms and dis
credit the service just as much as
they knew how. And "
Here our visitor became impa
tient, cut short our recitnl, and de
manded to know what' all this talk
had to do with his enquiry.
"Well, now, that is just what we
were coining to. We were just
going to explain the composition of
our navy, in order to a better under
standing of the position of our
prisoners. We wanted to show that
a prisoner with us is a piiviicged
"What!" ejaculated tho gentle
man, "a prisoner a privileged char
acter! O sublime smoke! I never
heard of such a thing!"
All right, you hear it now for the
first time. Just keep still a minute.
There is no disgrace attaching to
the fact that a man has been in jail,
in this country. Indeed, if you
want to get a Government billet, the
surest way to succeed is either to
get into jail or commit some deed of
a nature that in other countries
would secure you ten or twenty
years in a penitentiary. You aic
the white-haired boy ever after that.
CSet up a big steal, cheat your
creditors, or embezzle a good round
sum, then learn to talk loudly, cut
a great shine, drink gin by the gal
lon, and gabble' patriotism and
loyalty cither of which you need
not know the meaning of by the
yard, on all proper occasions. If
you can manage to do all this with
out having to end up on the reef,
you will save so much time. You
are booked for something good, and
will be a minister before you know
it. Once in the service, diligent
practice of theso virtues will materi
ally assist in your promotion. As
all persons qualified for the jail are
held in high esteem, you can under
stand that all prisoners during their
term of incarceration are treated
with distinguished consideration.
Their keepers dare not be severe, or
'they will be reported at head quar
ters, and probably dismissed. If
thingsin the jail are not exactly to
the taste of the criminals, they
march in a body to the Palace,
where they are received with due
respect, as actually occurred a few
weeks ago. And, of course, why
should they not have a little liberty
around the town, without its being
insinuated that they arc in charge?
"Ah, yes, now I begin to sec,"
said the gentleman; "but it is a
queer country I never heard the
liko before;" and left, apparently
reflecting seriously on the matter.
And really this strange condition
of things is such as to originate
grave reflection in tho mind of nu
honest man. It is a fact that repu
tation is ignored in the public ser
vice of this kingdom. In every
other country, detected corruption
in olllcc implies a total and lasting
disability to servo the Crown. Hut
hero the induction of tho lowest type
of schemers and political bagmeiu
despised and avoided by all respect
able men, into tho public scrvico of
the nation, has overthrown all those
restraints which preservo the codn
of honor untarnished in moro for
tunate communities. It is a curi
ous stalo of things, no doubt, when
raseals who are known to be guilty
of fintid and corruption, whether
thoy havo beeji on tho roof or not,
nro admitted to servo tho Crown in
places of triibt and honor.
AN IMPORTANT VISITOR,
Sir. W. J. Forsyth, now on a visit
to this country, having recently ar
rived from tho Coast, is a gentleman
that should be gladly welcomed, be
cause of his knowledge and cxpcii
encc in cinchona cultivation. This
is a tree whose bark Is very valuable,
and there is reason to believe that it
would thrive ou these islands, some
experiments in piogreS9 on the
island of Ilawaii having so far
strengthened that belief. With a few
millions of this valuable tree, matured
and yielding its medicinal bark, the
country would not be, as it now is,
entirely dependent on sugar. Advan
tage should be taken of Mr. Forsyth's
presence here to glean from htm as
much information as possible res
pecting the probable adaptability of
our soil and climate for the cinchona
tree, tho most suitable localities, the
best methods of cultivation, etc.
These nre questions which his varied
and extensive experience eminently
qualify him to deal with. Mr.
Forsyth had a contract in Guatemala
for tho introduction of thu cultiva
tion of cinchona, to tho extent of
0,000,000 trees. This was in 1883
and 1881, and in consideration of
tho success attending his efforts, the
Government invited him to attend the
World's Exposition at New Orleans,
T. S. A., as their Special Commis
sioner. In February 188fl, previous
to going to Guatemala, by invita
tion of tiic council of the Academy
of Science, San Francisco, he read
a paper before a meeting of its
members, and was thanked for his
able and interesting address. In
1882 Mr. Forsyth visited the Fiji
and Samoan groups of islands, walk
ed over them, and reported ou their
suitability for different tropical pro
ducts. This gentleman was also six
years in Ceylon, engaged in tho
cultivation of cinchona, tea, and
coffee, and attained some distinction,
as will be seen by the following cx
tiact fiom thu Ceylon Observer,
which is the leading tropical agricul
tural journal of the world:
"Mr. Forsyth of Glassaugh Estate
can now set this question at rest,
and a great service will be done
cinchona planters of Ceylon."
The question referred to was the
best method of harvesting cinchona,
bark, and was propounded in a lead
ing article on that subject. Again in
a subsequent issue of the same
journal the editor said :
"On behalf of. a largo number
iutciestcd in the cultivation of cin
chona wc beg to thank Mr. Forsyth
for tho useful information ho has
Now, it would bo a mistake to
allow a gentleman of so much ex
perience in a lino of cultivation
which is likely to be a source of
wealth to this country, to conic and
go without the country's deriving
benefit from his visit. It seems to
us a proper thing for the Govern
ment, if an araangement of thu kind
can be made, to secure his services
to the extent of sending him around
to the different islands of the group
to report upon tho country's possi
bilities in the direction of einchona
production and other tropical
growths, such as tea and coffee.
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
The attendance at the meeting of
British residents held at the British
Club on Friday last, to consider the
manner of celebrating Her Majesty's
Jubilee, and tho desirability of es
tablishing locally some permanent
memorial of the event, was larger
and more enthusiastic than was an
ticipated. The weather was unpro
pilious, or the gathering might
have been still larger. The feeling
of those present was cordial, and
although there was much desultory
talk, the resolutions adopted look a
thoroughly practical direction, and
it is confidently hoped that tho re
sult will be, the adoption of such
plans as will command general sat
isfaction. Major Wodchouse stated from tho
chair, in a few well chosen words,
that the love for Her Majesty was
so universal, that he had grounds
for believing tho da' would lie ap
propriately observed. The sugges
tions were various, the idea of doing
something which should havo per
manent icsults seeming to meet
with pretty general favor. No
doubt the select committee will ro
poit propositions to thu adjourned
meeting, noxt Monday night, in a
definite form and of a nature to sot-pro
With regard to the establishing
of some pormanent result of tho
Queen's Jubilee, suchnsan invested
fund for the benefit of tho British
Benevolent Society, a most liberal
and appropriate offor has been made
Britisher, having first seen light in
tho city of London, to paint a life
size cortrait of the Queen, and pre
sent it to the .lubilco Connnitttec.
This could either be retained and
placed in some appropriate place to
bo decided upon, or sold by public
auction, and the sum realized there
from, added to the- Victoria fund,
In giving a Mini of money, how
ever small to thu Victoria Fund the
donors will have the satisfaction of
doing something towards the forma
tion of a fund that will tedound to
their individual, as well as national
Tho formulation of this object,
suggested by so many gentlemen,
can scarcely tall to attain mo cnu
desirfd, and with the attention of
the committee on arrangements al
ready referred to, a satisfactory re
port to the adjourned meeting to be
held on Monday next, will no doubt
Lodgo Lo Frogres.
IlEGUTiAlt MEETING OP
J, tho above Lodge will In1 held
(' I'lllK I.VI'MIVfJ Mmnlfif
jyfe May Uth, at 7:0 o'clock.
'lima Uogrco. Ily order of v. M.
It E. Kld'I LEH, Seo.
Watch 1, st.
LOST ON Till: HOAD BKTWBEN
Alva mid Kiillhl a tally's unii-ll tjold
watch with eniitiii'lleil hack, short phalli,
and Indiun (Jyln attached. A hnml'oiuo
reward will he given to thu jf r on li-iv.
iinr these nrtioloi with F. W. HWANZY,
(Theo. II. Davles .t Co.) 1
A HAY MAKE, bunded, short mnnp,
two white feet. Hud lcng ropo
nlt.tchid when IpM. Finder will Im ic
warded on returning t.iiim In Mr.
Oielghton, Itlc'inrd street. at tf
TY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN, who
jLf iris neon bitter (lavs.. l..m Lc
Adduss "II," Hi U olllcc.
Ily oidcr of MR. J. W. HINGLKY,
we will fill nt Public Auction,
On Thursday, May 12th, at 10 a.m.,
nt his rosidciice, Hohcllo Liiue, the en.
the Household Furniture, compiling
1 Iliindsonio Upholstered
Parlor Set New!
Center Hug, Sifn Huge,
Pictuiu-i Mantel Shelf,
Luce Curiains ami Cornices,
U. V. Bedsteads Mutlres'c.',
Bureaus, Washslaiuh, its., etc.
1 Now Singer Sowing Machine
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE!
1 Dinner Set lfilt piece?,
Stove and Kitchen Utensils
GAKDKN HOSK, P.TC.
The above nillclcs arc all new, mid a
lino ch met! lo lioiihUccpciv. House open
for inspection dully.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
31 !H Auctioncery.
Messrs. McGregor &. Shannon's
Variety Gompany !
Grand Suoocss of Saturday Night.
Thunders of Applause.
Muy lOlli, at tho Hawaii in Opera
Will t iko pliico as above. S.itunlu 'a
firogramniii will Im repealed with s-oino
inproveiiient', nt special rcrpieet.
rriio Two jri viii.
Prices $ l. IU nit, , nnd liO els.
X. B. Sea Prrm UrltlcUnw.
llox plan open at J. E. liiowu & Oo'd.
!1 21 t
Duo nt Honolulu per 8. 8. Mnrlposa
from S.in Fianeli-eooii or about tho 13th
instant, nnd will give
At thejlawiiltnn Opera House.
MISS SIli:nWIX, who has nchlovcd
euoruioiH succors In Euiooe, nnd recent
ly In America, U a Soprano of the high.
It is hoped Hint nrrniigcineiits may bo
muilo by which tho concert will bo hold
In thu evening.
Box Plan Now Open
at tho olllce of J, E. Diown & Co.,
At'0 o'clock n. in.
1 will sell n P ibllo Auction mi Ilia res',
doner of I . U. U 0 )DWOH II, Xuu.ii u
Viilliy, ou account of dcpiuiuic, tl o
whole of 111 Household Kttritltuic, c 1.
Mtlngof Ono llplmlMereit
Hcdio'in S !, MiHtc'M!-, Mo.
q illii NuiH, BoiikGie. Miporhir it
W Dining Itiiuiii Fiiiiiituo, L nips
Cnmkci mill din w.iie, Jliih Tub,
otc, etc., iiImi
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
.iiuiiiiii Tel. 1:10.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Let or Lease In delight
ful locnilous. within onsy rencn of the
buslriesM pint of the c,lty,ith niommo
diitlons milled to nuy ic(pilriiiK-ul niid
on mot favorable terms.
Three Lodging Establishments for Salo
nil paying hiiii'lsoincly.
Tho "Old Corner," at Niiunnu nnd
Qiucn Slioets, for e.ilo one of thu best
business standstill ho niiy.
Three Piecos of Real Estato In thi ills.
Iiict, outtldo of the city, for sale or
I i use.
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Cfnrlvnlleil OiiiortuiiltlrH for iirolit
nblo lnHt incut.
Full pnrtlcul.irs given upon applica
tion at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Sheet, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted a hoiurkep-r or tnnso
by a white lndv, of experience iu both
(iipicim.-! Would i.cept u position
n a ladle' tending c unpnuiim and
KliNi-cluxs Hook-kccpcra, C.irpcntm,
Stewiird-, Uonk, Niirsctt nnd other
sUlllul labor dcKlrlni; unploymcnt.
rX?.. NIUrilKK the Captain nor
.5mS5 the Agf nto "f tlm German
Xftgi-uiirk 11KHCULKS" will bo
&r"yirS?A"USp()llt,juu fur nuy debts con.
triio'.cd by the crew.
i' A. SOHAKFKK & CO.,
80 III Ajjenti.
CI1KAP, a splendid
Siddlo HOUSE, in first
class condition, Ajpry
at this olllce.
ONE ;orD SOUND
finally Wan1; perfectly
uufc tu drivu by ladles
or children. Apply to
At No. lO Quei n St.
, RS. RODANET, iho well-known
ItX diosinnkir, leueutly returned
liom 1'iiris, lias ner urcuMiiiiMiig rooms
btill on Kuiina street, ubovc the biuiare.
Having told my Eprcis Husl
uc:s and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Siinders, on account of intended
dcpailuiu fiom the Kingdom,
I hereby request all cluims
uguinit mo to bu presented by
the JSih of Muy,-aml all bills
owing mo to bo paid by the 1st
of June, 18 $7.
2(!2- F. II. OEDING.
Rfl. N. SANDERS
Having bought u.
Biislncs-i, beg to Inform the public tbnt
he will promptly tianafor or ilrllvnr all
baggage entrusted lo bin care, arid will
endeavor to give snllefactlou to all Ills
patrons at all times.
Stand, at same placo
81 King Stccct.
ESrBoth Telephones, No SO.
CO 1 m
For Salo or Lcaso.
rpilOrJE PHEMLSEd SITUATED ON
X I uuahou Street cnllcd "ICauunllo
hla," the propei ty of C. II. Judd, are for
sale or for lease for a Irrm of years.
t'rr paitlculnrs inquire of
ALEX. .1. CAimVlUGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 18. ISSO: ' 1108
TUB HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Air. Wood worth,
near tho Hist brldgo, Nuuanu
Street. Possession can be obtained afior
the 2 1 ft iim. .Stable and pnsturo land
adjoining tho house.
ADo, one CottHL'o on Seho'd Street.
Apply to J. T. WATEHIIOUrJE,
2,1 2 w Queen ttreet.
I caution iT.iiso.NH against pur
chasing IiiikIh at Pauoa hum lycni
kcniliia or advancing liim money on
mortgage tlieieoi, an 1 who am his
lawful wifo do not content, whoso
consent it) licccstary by law.
Wailulqi, Maui, April 110, 1887.
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DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column. 3 por oiuiuin.
Campbell Block, TJorclmnt St.,
Seal Estate Apiils, Etc.,
Ollei the T l ttliiuj
To Lot. Sli ) In new lubk building im
King hire t, nnir Ntiiu nu, I u.vt lo
( hlnc e iNcmCu 'eolllcur. llii.t ven
Hooms lo flcnt-F riilln.d in the lost
10,11 III M
Rooms lo Hon!, Four very luiiiiUoiueU
nullified rooms in largo home; well
HltU'iieil on Minium Avenue. Hunt
$IR a month each.
To Lot. The huutu and groiliidsulluiitid
In Nuiiniiu Acnun, tocciitly occiiiiUd
by A. J. Curiwiiglit, Jr., l.q. (tint
To Let. A fi.ronnied Uottnitc. with Oar
lingo llouiKi and Old hoiu-r-, Nuiiiinu
Avenue, near Ooveriiment reservoir,
nbovo Lily Queen Dowager liiniiui's
pl.ice, with ii bout 2 acres of laud 'J,kf
nillu) from town. Kent $10 per nionili
To Lot. A Croomed Oi.tlago, w Ith kllchen
attnehed; upper end of Nuiiniiii
Aoiiuo, opposite "Valley lloniii," In
excellent older. L'ath and water con.
To Lot. a pleasantly tl uatril rosldfwo,
compiling two oolt.igcw, ouiIi.iiipcm,
etc., ou Pauoa rand, nenr l'uuchbowl
-licit. Unit very low to meet the
Houso and Lot for Sale Very dcslrnl In
ii'slileucu on lleiclunla Hlreel. The
li'imu contains 4 Ikdrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen nud
Ua'hroom. Alo.-uulto pioof. IImpc
new and well built.
Lot 100 by MO feet with privilege of
b'lylng next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Loaso -With immediate pos.
sesilon, that valuable C3lalu known as
iho NUUANU" VALLEY KANCII.
sltuaiuf in the Xiiuanu Valley. 2J
miles from the cliv. nnd undoubtedly
tho men eligible tile for a lullk or
milk nrd butter dairy la this Kingdom.
'Ili3 above splendid projorty may bo
hud on msy terms.
Siiiutious wanted by
And other clnscs of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
23 ileidiuiil Strcui.
The Leading Millinery House
S. J. F1SHEL
Car. Port & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
NOTWITHSTANDING THE UN
lnvornblo wciither weweio croud,
cd to nt -li an extern, that wo were uti
able to uccommodiite the large number
of Kind patrons who howe( by their
prc-ence their nppreoiation of oureirorts
to fund h them, ON AN EXPENSIVE
AT LOW PRICES.
New noveltiej in Ladles', Mif i-eV nnd
01 i Ulna's Hals Ihlnweek by thoAutlra.
lia, manufactured expressly for our
snio. Sovernl cxcluuive t-tvlcs InLidlis
nnd Misses' Turbans nud Carriage Ilitf.
HIUliONS In piuterns and coloring to
bo found no wiiireelscin Honolulu, and
the liugiHt nsortincnt rf plain and fnucv
Ribbons, mcb ns mny be found in any
well reuulutcd ribbon i-tock, nt prices as
low as the lowest.
uS. Word ou Inexpcuolvc Slilllnery.
Whilo wo admit that no iroods conio
to this countiy for millinery purposes
too Hue for us to buy, at tho same time
wo claim to catry the
Largest Line and the Best Assorted Stock
Of general Jlillluery cf all grades in
To thoso who do not havo much time
for shopping: Do not let tho idea (o
industriously circulated by IntcreiUd
parties, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run away with your Judgment,
that Iilcjubu a houso is largely pntremz
ed by ihosu who givo a great deul of
attention to their dies, you mut-t neces
sarily pay iiign prices lor wnat jou
wntit. Ar a gencial thing such pcoplo
havu time and plenty of it to look
around, nnd just as anxious lo make a
dolla: go as far as jou arc, und take
advanlngo every time ot the opportunity
to gut the best bargains ft r their uionvy.
Leading Millinery House.
Jiibt lccelvdl e "AhuiKiU,"
I'atteiiiM of 1887; uIko
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in great variety nt reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
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TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
A. iidvertitc in tha Daily BuM.imx.
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Australian Mail Service.
roil SAN FHAKCIKCO,
The now nnd lino Al t-lccl kloims'ilp
Of the i lc niilcSli nun hip Compi ny. will
lu due, in lloimlh u imiii .sjiii'cy
ii iH Ai 0 1 nd (,) r iiloiii
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for lh nboe purl wltii
mi I xa id pin-MiigM on it- ui, out Una
1 or fio'ghl or piisutir, having 8U.
PEH10K ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The ikw nud lino Al Heel Htcnmshlp
Of tho Oceanic Hleiimr hip Compuny, will
ho duo at Honolulu from Hun
PraiioUco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will hive prompt di patch with
tuiiIWuml nnsscngciH frr I ho a Love port.
Tor Irelirht or tinsvaee. bavinir BU-
I'EIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
Warranted genuine, uiiide of the pmo
juice only and guarjiitcd to ttoud
Will not deteriointc In quiility for nny
number of yeais. Largo quantities ex.
poitcd eveiy yenr, by some ot tho larg.
est commeicUl firms of this city, to dit.
ferenl parts of tho United S ates anil
the Get man Empire.
MANUrACTUllEU AT TUB
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
IMlubllHlieil 111 1803.
Practical Confectioner, Pustry
Hotel, bet. Xiiuann nnd Fort Hta.
Both Telephones No. 74. Ot
Carriages at all hours, dny and night.
Paddle Horse?, Buggies, Wngonettes and
Village Carts wltn stylish and gentlo
horns to let.
.A few Horse?, trunranlecd. Seronn
hnnd Hncks, Open and Top Buggies,
uuiiH aim Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or npply to
MILKS Si. HAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Numnu &. Hotel Htreetn.
BINQ UP TELEPHONE 457,
Thin Carringo Compnny has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnish good conveyances, truslwxrthy
driven, nud will malco no oxtortlonato
All calli will bo promptly attended to
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begs to iiifuini tlie public, that ho has
jibt returned from S.iu Kranolsco, where
ho tchctcd au
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Pino French Kid Shoes,
Men' Fine Boots unit Shoes,
Children') Elegant Shoes,
and a flue lot of
i:rA NTH' HltON'XK HMITKHH.
0:1 Xo. l.'t Xuunnu Hlreet. flm
ANICF. FUKNiyilED FRONT
room nt Nu. 4 Garden Lane. 04
Cottajro to Kent ,
AND KUItNlTUIlE FOK SALE.
Low lent; furniture nt a bargain.
For particular (iiquiioif Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Meichnnt street. 27, tf
FOR SALE I
ONE LAItGE LOT, corner Pensacoln
and Lunalilo t-'ts , w'hloh can bo
dlvldin into two or moro building lota.
Knuulro of G. WEST,
15.11 Of West, Dow & Co.
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