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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 11, 1880.
Will be iceoived nt the Intel ior
Olllce until WEDNESDAY, May 1.
18S9. for au Iron Market Building
for Honolulu, in uccorduuce with
plans and specifications to be scon
at the olllce of flic Supciiutcndcul of
Public Works. All material to be
delivered on the wlmrf at Honolulu,
complete and leuiiy for erection.
Custom House Enliy and duties fteo.
All Tenders must he cndotsed
"Tender for Iron Maikol Building
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind hiimolf to accept the lowest
or any hid.
LOHKIN A. TUU11STON,
Minibtui of the Interior.
Interior Department, Jan. 10, 1889.
Mr. Oi'o.'K. Fairchild has heen ap
pointed by the Boaid of Education,
School Agent for the distiiel of Ku
waihau, Ulaud of Kauai, vice Hon.
P. P. KllllO.I.
By older of the Bo.ud of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oluee, Jan. S, 1889.
112 Ik d It w
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
have occasion to go out in the mule
pasture and request the poorest anil
oldest inhabitant there to gently
give im the benefit of his uplifting
mid mortifying abilities? By another
year 1 hope to lind the railumd to
"Pearl Hivcr completed so I can lake
my parties down to that ehaiining
harbor to witness the yacht luces
and to enjoy the numerous delights
of that beautiful spot. Yet 1 pre
dict that, like the new city tinin
way, "it will never pa." eeepl
those who are wise enough to put
their money into the entei prise.
There is also the question of
liberal and judicious advertising
which must not be neglected. You
have one of the very best mediums
"The Paradise ol the Pacific"
and all you want is to give it a far
wider circulation, and to see tD it
that it is kept up to its present high
standard of excellence. It is a
periodical of which any people may
Very respectfully yours,
IIdnky G. Lyon,
Agent Baymond & Whiteomb.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Editok Bulletin: My former
leave ten days later to rejoin Emin.
lie reported nil the whiles in the
expedition healthy, and said the ex
pedition wanted nothing.
pjf-As Bangala is much more than
forty-three days' travel from Lcdo,
where the surrender is said to have
taken place, it is ccitaiu that it was
not Stanley who was captured, as he
could not possibly bo nearer Lcdo
than Wadelai in the time elapsing
between August 128th, the date of
his letter at Bangnla, and October
10th, the dale of the reported sur
render, and Wadelai is only a little
over halfway between Bangala and
The West African Telegraph Co.
of London riccivod the following
dispatch from St. Thomas, dated
Friday, 2 p. in.: "1 have just re
ceived information that Henry M.
Stanley, with Emin Pasha, has ar
rived on the Aruwinii. This news
is reliable. Further details will fol
low." Signed, Parsons, Agent.
In the British House of Commons
Dec. 21, the news from Stanley and
Emin Bey was received with enthusiasm.
ultikou and .1. H. Barenaba for the
The Court adjourns at -1 :o0 p. in.
for the day.
Friday, Jan. 11th.
The Court opened at 10 n. m.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance.
Those Hawaiian jurors not in duly
are excused until further notice.
Foreign jurors arc to appear on
Monday next tho 14th inst.
The King vs. Chailes Molteno,
selling liquor. Second trial, jury at
Oct. Term having disagreed. Being
tried before a Hawaiian jury. De
puty Attorney-General A. P. Peter
son and A. Rosa for the Crown ; J.
L. Knulukou for defendant.
FRIDAY, JAN. 11, lftSO.
WHY NOT THE GOVERNMENT ?
The jury who investigated the
Nuunnu lire of the morning of the
9th instant, expressed their high ap
preciation ot the prompt manner in
which the policeman, Solomon Pu
kila, responded to the alarm, and
the effective manner in which he put
out the lire. Ceitainly, that is
right. Everybody appreciates that
act. It secures approval, and merits
commendation. The jury albo re
commend him to the notice of the
Board of Underwriters for his com
mendable action. Why so? Why
not recommend him to the notice of
the Government, which represents
the public? A lire is a calamity
which we take to be the duty, main
ly, of the Government to prevent,
if possible, and the policeman who,
by his promptitude, prevented what
might have been a gteat lire, the
other morning, is a proper object of
ABOUT TOURIST TRAVEL.
Editou Bulletin : It is one
month to-day since I came to this
"Paradise of the Pacific" to fam
iliarise myself with the islands, pre
paratory to bring hither a paity of
Raymond & Whiteomb tourists. J.
of course fell in love with Honolulu
the first day and wrote home to the
Boston olllce by the first Eastern
mail, and 'let on" to that effect.
I am not ashamed to this day, and
can gladly testify that my loiind of
sight-seeing on Oahu, Maui, Hawaii
and Kauai, has been one of the
richest experiences of my life. The
people, the scenery, and the cli
mate arc all that could he desired ;
and for a thousand courtesies re
ceived both from the hands of the
steamboat companies and from pri
vate citizens I would here return
mj' thanks and assure them of my
hearty appreciation of sei vices so
courteously and cheerfully ren
dered. It still remains to he shown what
propositions tourist hubiness can ho
mado to assume. For myself J will
leave no stone unturned to encour
age travel to these "faire&t isles of
allthuseus;" and I have found in
conversation with the business men
on all the inlands I have visited u
strong desiro that a now era of
tourist'tiavel might be Inaugurated.
Well, uentleiuen, let inu venture
one hint. To my mind there is a
large sense in which it is us ttuothnt
a supply will create a demand, as it
is that in another bunno a demand cre
ates a Mipply, It has been said that
if a man will equip and run a thor
oughly llrst-ulassholollii tlieinidbtof
Sahara Desert lie will have it full of
(Hibtoiiicis the year round, It is hut
im extravagant wuynf buying Unit
If you mint travel turned towuid your
slu'lMrewti benches, you iiuint
pmviilo fpellitlob for eiisy mid expo
(lllloub travel, and develop the
beautiful bllh (if li(myeU'un-earUl "II
around tlimm imnds nuil nutliu them
rliPHnilitf Jllin-'i'i of reht unil uioimi'
Man for IiiiikIh iW iilid tliuilbimils of
health, Hll(i ciMlu bunkers who will
as cprtjijnly poor in upon yqu, after
you Imvo rtfiftw your inilinml mid
jiotol liniltlinKt u llii elM n
snru to lind wIlPM) tlio I'Hiimbi) i,
. jf'nj there nil tu! bayy til thu ujftrt
4imfc If our foroiiHlit wem us good
..piirJi mlsltfiil, we Hiifllil HQrbO 9fte
letter re Boaid of Health seems to
have stirred up some discussion in
your columns as to who was to
blame tor the large number of deaths
from whooping cough. 1 am sorry
if anything in my letter led Mrs.
Hall to think I was making an at
tack on her or any other private in
dividual. What 'l was attempting
to show was that our present Board
of Health had not the confidence of
the general public, in view of the
appointments which they had made
and other matters, one of which was
the whooping cough epidemic.
The Boaid of Health and their
servants I hold are to blame and
they only when any contagious dis
ease is unpolled and allowed to
spread and 1 can only add that if 1
were to arrive here with a family
Biiffeiing from whooping cough or
measels, I should not consider it
my duty to take my family to the
quarantine grounds, and keep them
theie till well, unless 1 was ordered
to do so bv an olliccr of the Board
The "Advertiser" treats my let
ter as though it were almost too
trivial to notice. At the same time
they do not make any refeicnce to
the case in which a man who was
in charge of the Board of Health,
(that is the question) was allowed
to die without medical attendance.
"A little tliinj like that" to a medi
cal wi iter may seem of no account,
but to a common man it seems
rather tough, and 1 only wonder
that the representative of the coun
try to which the man belonged has
not investigated the matter.
The "Advertiser" seems down on
anyone who says even one good
word of a man, who is now "dead
and gone," Mr. Gibson, and the
clique which now runs that paper
and supports the present Miuisliy
were always loud in denouncing Mr.
Gibson for giving passes to people,
who wished to visit friends at
Kakaako Bianch Hospital and
saying he had no right to do so
for fear of spreading the disease,
and that his only motive in doing so
was to make himself solid with the
mitives, but now the great organ of
the parly never even opens its
mouth when a member of the Board
of Health, with the sanction of the
board, organises an excursion per
steamer and takes over to Molokai
some two hundred people some to
see tlicir menus, ami some out oi
curiosity. If this was not done to
make the present board bolid with
the natives, surely they will not ob
ject to future excursions gotten up
bj' the natives themselves and under
the same rules.
Mr. Gibson certainly was not
afraid of doing his duty amongst
the lepers, and went among them
freely to enquire into their wants,
and 1 would like to ask how often
Dr. Emerson hus gone to Molokai
without taking homo other medical
man to do work that a professional
S 5,000 President of the Boaid of
Health might do hiunelf. It he has
any fitness for the position, why, 1
ask had he to take Dr. Brodie with
him on one tiip at a cost of gfiOO.OO?
Why was one gentleman orTeiod
the position of manager at Moloknl,
nad when he accepted same told they
were satisfied with the old manager.
Is tho board themselves to blaino In
some of these matters or does the
President work iu one direction and
the board iu another? If so a ulmngo
should bo made iu tho Interests of
the public, mid when a now man Is
appointed they should be Hiiro to
get a man who would not be like a
uro'-s cut s.iw needing n limn at both
ends to keep it straight.
J should lilfo to bay a few winds
on the drug oidim and contracts
iiuule by tho Board ol Health, but for
fear of litibpubslng on your space,
with rcorvu for another occasion,
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Lease for Sale !
a meeting of the San Fran
Chamber of Coinmeice, held
December 21st. the Seeretaiy lead a
memorial to Congiei-s lehitivo to
Samoan niliiiis, in which the Oeani
ber urged Cougiess to take some de
cisive slops, as the present course of
inaction in Samoan all'aiis would
probably lesult in Germany's era
ployingtho wiinc ne;e,rebsivo policy in
lcguul to the Hawaiian islands. This
memoiial was adopted.
A dispatch fiom Washington,
dated December 21th, gives the fol
lowing information concerning Sa
moa: The administration has deter
mined to take a tinner stand in
Samoa. It is now stated that the
expeditious work which is being
done on the Vandalia and mohican
at the Mare Island yaul is for the
purpose of bending them at the
earliest possible moment to Apia. It
is also positively declared that the
Dolphin, now on her way around
the world, has orders to slop at
Apia and that a cipher dispatch was
bent to her commanding olllcer at
Acapulco on Monday last instruct
ing him to proceed to Samoa without
delay. The Adams and Is'ipsie are
already there, and upon the arrival
ol the Dolphin, Vandalia and Mohi
can, we will have a licet of five ves
sels in Samoan within the next few
weeks. Should an emegency aiise
requiting inoic Inuv, the Trenton,
one of the best vc-.els in our ser
vice, now at Panama, could also be
BY order of II. H. Miicfnrhme, Esq.,
I will bull nl Public A iclicu. at
my Saleroom, Qucm strict.
On WEDNESDAY, Jail, 16th,
AT J O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Lease of that
Piece or Parcel of L
Occupied by IJ. H. Jlacfarlanc, as a
portion of the piemises comprising his
resilience nl YValkiki, hoi under a Iccse
l'roni Okutt ami liih heir ilat il .Iu IS.
ISiS, ucunlut In l.lber (i(i on sue-11-!
mill ll."i. 'I lie I.eii lie :i li'iin nl "
ycnis III 111!! I mm .lllly Ih, if-NS Willi !!
privilege of leiiewiil no u lurlict leim
of 10 yi-m; annual leulal -SHOO and
taxes; "Kent paid to Jatiuiuy 18, 1SSU.
Auction Sales by Lovfls J. Lovcy.
Mortgaptfs Sale !
TY older of E. O. ricndmR the Mott
J ) gijrco named in a certain Inden
ture ol mu'igHRo made by W II Ginen.
lialfdi, 1 will fell iit Public Auction, on
SATURDAY, Jan, 19tli, 1889,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At mj s-alcsrooii s, collier of Fort and
Que i n ttrei ts, all tlie following mer
chandise, cousistlug of
Legal, Letter and Note Paper,
Envelope. IMnnk nooks,
MIUicadF, Writings. Coplng Ink,
Note, Drift and lUeuipt llookp,
Canvas and Squares I
Hammocks, Lead Pencils,
Paper Ku teners and Pads,
Al liuin, Tape Mcasurei, Purses,
Mtie liee, Lailicv Hag-?, 'loys
and Dolls; u choice Collection of
Fitted Pkisli Oases,
Guns, etc, etc. Also about
4000 Novels 4000
And abmil 400 Hound Choice
Bi oks, and one
Revolving Book Case !
Visit Our Store and Got Your
JJgtyDeuds nt cxpum-i "I pimh or.
of W. II.
FOR 30 DAYS
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer purchasing tho amount of $2.fi0 worth
will leceived a handhonic
- A KiBvar
mt ;WT" Present
befoiii: roi.ioi: .lrsTicr. rosrnn.
JAS. F. MOKGAJf,
Programme of Races
March 16th, 1889
TS TBIK NUft'ltKMU
X -f llie Hawaiian Islands.
mailer of the ilunkruntey
Creditors of mid Bankiupt arc here
by notilled to come in and ptnve tlicir
debts befoie biich Justice of the Bu
premc Court as s-ludl be sittine in Cham
bers at Aliiolnui Hale, Honolulu, on
VHI)MJAY, II e Hllh t'ay of JANU
AKY, l'SI), betwi'i n the hours of ton
o'clock in lhr foienouu and noon uf llie
siiil day, ur.il clret one or nioro As
signees of the i aid Bnnkriipi'd estate.
By the Couit.
HEN BY SMITH,
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18S9. 144 4t
Meeting of Board oi' Un
derwriters. AM E I ,li iiu-e i ig of tho Boar 1 of
Undeiwr.tcrb will le held on
WEDNESDAY next lie 15 h insliiiit,
ut 10 a.m., at the Boom of the Chamber
f Commerce, foi tho puiprsc il'Uis-oii'-siiic
the lr qticnt nccurieiiec of in
ct'iidi.iry llrus in and about tills cily of
latf, and of endeavoring to dele ways
and means to prev nt, mi lar as possible,
similar attemi ts in the futuie.
Pei Or 'cr,
C. O HKHGElt, SLO'y.
Ilmi(,lu'i-, Jan. 11, l'Sn. 144 4t
Come and examine our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in pi ice then elsewhcie. It is our unalterable determination to
have no n'couise to misleading or misropiosonlution. Our sidvutisomcnt
truly lepici-enls the Goods wo oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
jfin.ook at our Hotel sheet window and see the line dibplay of Silver
waie suitable for the Holidays.
The near appioach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it iin
peialivo that wo make the most radical and swooping changes in our juices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly usseiting that in the coming week our
pations can secure ndviinttiues in '
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have never been equaled.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery I
This is the
Hi aiiost Out in Prices ever attempted.
&F"Ve will make leduetions iu all our departments.
Fuiijay, January 11th.
Four cases of drunkenness were
disposed of with tiie usual penalty.
Christian JUiller, disoiderly con
duct, remanded till lo-moriow.
Kwong Yinjj Sing Co. vs. AVells,
Fargo & Co , from the Dili, assump
sit for So0, money received. Castle
for plaintiff ; Neumann for defend
ant. Judgment for defendant; costs
Kapiolani Park !
ll )I6-.-, 4 LIUS lllil
mi'c d sit,
For lluwiiiiim 1 led
to i a ty 115
SUPREME COURT-JAH. TERM.
nr.voiti: uicKuuiox J.
Xo. 2 Bunniiig Bnec, 1 mile dish,
I'liye Fo- Hawaiian In cd
horses up to G i a' s old.lo carry
I l-l pounds.
No. 3. Trolling and P.icin:; Hucu lo
Itoul Curl, 1 mill' ilaili, i'rio
For H'Waiian bud
liir-e-. ! years old, to diaw S00
No. !. liutming It ice, 1 i.f mile dash,
Prize For Hawaiian bud
horse under 7 ye-ua old, catch
The Hawaiian Tramway Confpy
ON and nfier Minday, the I till .Tanu.
aiy. the Alt FAIii.S wi 1 hi col.
lcc'cd by Tuketi o.h, which will be
sild ii l.oi Miigl, iir in : riU ol five for
twei ty ibe cents, li the conduetoi.
IS The Tickets must be placed by the
Passenper iu tho FARE BOX
provided on the Car.
To facilitate the making of change
the pub e 'ie respectfully rcque-ted o
purchase the 21 cunt cmdi where rossi
bit'. Conductor G. Thielo will call round
at the piimi, at stons with Tieke's tor
sale on Fiid.iy and S.uuiduy, the Uth
and Uih J.nimiy. 1!4 tf
HAS final Uncle, Black
and W bite and and
-tunc, Bin l
oil, or sale
in any ipi: n'it Apply at the 1 111c nl
W. C Achi. Ivi'iahi ni'inu streei 110 :im
In 4 doz. Cases
Fresh Supplies by
TSTIIHllKAS. V. S. Luce, of Hono.
YT lulu, lias tliisilay made an assign,
mentor all his pmpcity lo the under-f-ifnctl,
for the betii'lii ot his creditors,
notice is lii'-eh ivi n t.i all parties
owin said W. S. I.ucc to make imine
u.iiiL pinmcnt, and any pertons having
cl.iinis a,: niisi W. S. huce are requested
to pn-i nt lb. in ut iicce at the olllce of
V. S. l.uci', Meicliniit sticet. Honolulu.
,1. F. HAOKFELD,
HoikIu'u, Dec. 1 lbS". 1341m
II. M. STANLEY,
A illbm(Lli fiom iiu.llmr, tinted
Dceuiiiliei' 'Jlnt, suytii
l.t'Uoi'H (lilted iStmilpy Falls, Alb
Kiist iinii, Imvu Imeu ilullvoml Iicvp
hy 'riiuion Tlli'a men. Tltov tttn
Dint letter wiih ruetivi'd lit btiiiiley
Fulls lioui jluiiry -"(, Hlniiloy Alb
giifal ablli, htnnlny wiib tlipn at
Jlnngulu, on the Annviiul, wjiwiu lio
iinivcil Angiibl 17th. Ilu loft Imh'ui
I'Mklm I'ight'tuo (lays ImfniP in ner
fict lieu I Hi iuhI iiiuviiUnl with plenty
nl fnpil, ainimi' '""I rntiiri.il Iu
HiHiHulu for louil flf tt)iusln nlmrgp
o(k i-pr fiunnli iunl lirtpuflprt m
rmntsDAV. Jan. 10th. No. ii.-
Yee Woo Chan & Co. vs. Ah Dak
assumpsit. Motion for default.
Order of default picscntcd lo and
signed hy the Cotul. Paul
Neumann for pluintiffs ; No appear
ance of or for defendants.
The King vs. Ilaawinaaupo, sell
ing spirituous liquors iu Honolulu
without license, within two months
of August (i, 188S, hut more parti
culiuly on July i.'-' and 20, 1888.
Defendant appeal fiom tho 1'olice
Couit of Honolulu, where on Aug.
8, 18E8, he was found guilty and
lined SI 50 and costs S'2.J0. Failed
to get a trial at October Term, 1888.
Nolle probe(iii enteied, allowed and
defendant ordered ilUeliarged. De
puty Attorney-General A. 1'. Peter
son for tho Crown ; W. C. Achi for
Tho King vs. Waiidenle and Alia
ula, manslaughter, second degiee.
Defendant Ahatila was arraigned on
Hie Y t li itibt, and pleaded not guilty.
The poseculioii asl; leave and are
allowed to enter u nolle prosequi as
against lilm, Deputy Attorney-Cionei-al
A. V, Feteiaoii ami W, II.
Castle for the Crown i A, Hosti for
Veu Wo Chan "t Co, vs, Alt Dal;,
nsbiuiipBit, Motion lor default.
Order of default prevented nud
bigped by the Couit. J'. Neumann
for plaintiff j No uppearanee uf or
Ju xo ostnto of Clins, llrenig.
Appeal hy tho widow from decision
hy J'jiibtoiii 'li l CluuiiUura, Oct.
3l, 1888, ndniittlng tho will to pro
hate, Motion of piopoiu-'llt to (lis.
inisb iippcnl. ArKlieil uml ileoiBiou
reset veil, Cecil 111 (Hill nnd A. H,
Unitwoll lor proponent i V. Y.
Abhfonl for tlio widow,
Tim King vs, lvepnno, li., innl J.
Inliinm, lvM gniiilnt'i ApiwH from
)bii!ui Cnuvtof KoolnnpoKo, Triml
hpforo n Uuwnitnn jury, worn nt
1 ;ti7 p. in. Mr. H'niilnlfnn nt IIHO
mlilrpw Hit" Jiirj'i followed nt Ihl7
hy llie Allnrnpy.fipiiernl, At- 'liOfl
llh Honor oliuifjoti tlip Jury, who
utlinidnt -Ii2fi, nnil ut 1 1 (7 Hinin
it iiiiaiiiinoiis vttnlhit of itin(
HDihy." AUfinipy'fieneiiil 0 "V
Ailifenl for Hip Gmwi J h m
hoitcs, 2 veins
n Im u
No. 7 'I'loiiing Bacc. double lef.m, 1
mile dish, I'li.c Freo to
No. 8. IuRiiiii,tr Bice. yt mile dash,
I'l". For Hawaiian bird
horsc-i-, 4' yeais old, catch
No. v. Tiotilnj; Itacu to Boul C.irt. 1
mile dioh. I'li.c For II -
wailan bred hotscs oiiTiiycutH
No. 10, Unnnint; Hue, 1 mile dutdi,
l'rie Kor Hawaiian lucil
liorn'c, C jcitrh old, lo cairy 115
-Tint' ius Itnee, 1 milu ilti.li,
1'iie For all hortcs that
never brut 11 minutes.
r pilK steamer KINAU will have Ho
JL nolulu foi the Volcano, TUKSDAY
Jiiim uy 1Mb, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Foi Sale by
J. E. Brown &, Co.,
1 12 Id
tho Eound Trip
WILDER S. S. CO.
-I'ony It'ico, 1 mile dtiHh. Filn
lor Hawaiian biud
noiilcH, ilycnri old, not over 14
HI I'rotliiti! Ittteii la Bond Cult, 1
milu duBli, l'riyu Fieu lo
All jirliw will bu paid to llldtri or
DiivciH, Cup in (iwiier. Ni 1'iofiis.
sloiml .loeliuys ullnwuil.
Knlileslohd mule huforc Hn'uultiy,
Miielit), Ibfill.uH p. m,
t Bll'Jif-t to iiitiiBfw,
J, A, CUM (VI IN 6.
Honolulu, January in, mil HI
FOR SAN FllAKGlSCO,
The Al Steamship
Will li avc Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Jan. 15,
For Fieiidit or l'nHiige, apply to
WM, Q, IRWIN & CO. Agonts.
IjUFTY dollars rewmd will ho piiid to
. nny nu uIvIiik iiifnrmatlou leading
to the conviction of any pi'ibou nliuilng
the ttwllclui-i or ptuomtr ohstruutmns on
HAWAIIAN TBAMWAYfi CO,
Let any permn give
Dr. Low's Cliiw ('ordiiil
Atrial, and the moi xloli-nl cold
will, In a irliuit time be
HOLUSTER & CO..
Siui'liliJitr, Invitjoi'iii iiti",
NOTICE is lie ebv eiven that Ah
Yoni; of Kalibi Vnllev. Oahu, has
.-old to l.lu Ah Lin, for SX10, his uu
diided onc-liftb iur re it In a lease of a
ceiliiin piece of piopcitv in Kalibi Val
ley, dailns from Fobiitaty 22, 18e8,
fiom Laura Keleuuhe ct al.; together
with hK undivided one-lifth interest hi
buildings thereon, fmnitme therein,
four lioi.-cs all agiicultnral implcmcust,
Sl-'iii'd, LIN AH LIN.
Hated, .Tan. -I. 188!). 138 2w
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
I III fl leiivo in inffii in my finmU innl
putiiiiith, thin Inimiil hmvlng llm
HIiiKdmn en the Hill I'd runty, in he
nhbunt tint 11 Onnlior, nuil ilini I will
c(bo my (illicit (in Urn 8t of r'cliiuuiy.
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'oit ham: oxi.y by
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
1115J 28 Meichaiit Street 1m
The Best Company
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
I'or any IlH(anci-.
Tho Cms will commence inimliig on tlio
following Fchedule time,
Tuesday, Jan. 1st
WA'WITBi'liY illvltlimtl QfTlitPP
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Life Insurance 0
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Rlcliard A, HcCmdy, President.
Loavo Chincso Thcat.
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Tho Lnrqost Company In tho World
Tim Oldest Company in llm U, S,
It Qvo8 tho Most Liberal Poilolos
PayB the Larnest Dlvltlonils,
Uhiiinu puhl to policy hnhlms In llm
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