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JF11& BY AUT"0R,TY'
In accordance with Sec. I. of clinp
tur XXVI I. of tlits Laws of 1880.
All persons holding witter prhi
leges or tboso paying water rates, nrc
hereby notified that the water rates
for the term ending December
31, 189, will bo due and payable at
tho-ffibo of the Honolulu Water
Worka on. tho first of Juiy, 1889.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
per cent. '
Parties paying lates will please
present their last receipt.
Hates are payablo at tho office of
the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
- Tho statute allowing no discretion
atrict enforcement of this clauao will
CHAS. B. WILSON.
' Supt. Hono. Water Works.
Honolulu, June 18, 1SS9. 278 2w
.Notice to Personal Tax-payers
The undersigned Asscssora and
Collectors of Taxes for the General
Taxation Divisions of tho Kingdom
would respectfully call the attention
gt the tax-payers to the New Law in
regard to the payment of personal
tases, Section 58a, Chapter 08 of the
tiecsion Laws of A. D. 18SS.
"All "personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper officers at
any time after such date.'1
- C. A. BROWN, Assebsor & Col
lector of Taxes, ltt Division.
IT. G. TREADWAY, Assessor fc
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
H lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
' J. K. PARLEY, Assessor & Col
lnctoi of Taxes, 4th Division.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1889.
The Dominion of Canada is
twenty-two years old to-day. Al
though it has gone fearfully into
debtf the young nation has com
pleted a first-class railway from the
Atlantic to tho Pacific within the
past fifteen years although one of
its, ablest statesmen said it would
require all the resources of the
BritislrEmpire to complete the un
dertaking in .twenty years.
A complaint has solicited ventila
tion in 'this1- papery regarding the
closing of foreign mail". It is re
presented as a Wrolig'to the public
'that the mail by the Alameda, an
nounccd'tofsail at midnight, should
have closed at six o'clock in the
evening. The., complainant consid
ers that correspondents should have
till the last" possible moment in
which "tp.prepar-e their mails.
s" A JOURHALISTIC HERO.
Mr. J. P. Dunning, Samoan cor
respondent for the Associated Press,
who ja Homcward bound on the Ala
meda, was met by our representative
on Saturday evening. He reported
affairs very quiet at Apia ever since
the hurricane, and said tho natives
-would never make serious trouble if
'lcittdone. Mr. Dunning has won
praise equal to that accorded the
gallant navy men for heroic conduct
In the hurricane, and a splendid feat
of journalistic service on that occa
sion. He stood thirty-six hours on
tlie beach, buffeted by tho tempest
and blinding spray, and then wrote
an account taking in every detail of
the'dleaster. . It having been utterly
.impossible to tako any notes in the
storm, his description was entirely
from memory. Yet it has been
eulogised by leading "newspapers all
over the Union as a masterly com
position in a literary point of view.
Mr. Dunning was laid up for some
time from the effects of exposure
ajid tUp weighty task of writing his
rcpovt. He. ia a. handsome and
youthful-looking gentleman, and
withal very modest and unassuming
in conversation and demeanor.
It JB.announccd'in Costa Rica that
tucAnglo-SpauiBh Steamship Com
pany will soon put on a steam line
between Valparaifto, Callao and
rtBimafiTfbioh will also run from
fjan.Fwnclsco nd British Columbia,
comiiettatr with the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company, and connecting
T'.l ' I . .nJ nl.n. ..III. tm
at IUO IBBk JJUi. 1" niw.
.CanRcilm Pacific Road.
tHE AUSTRALIAN MAIL
Mr. It. J. Crelglilon, who went to
the Colonics Rcvernl months igo us
nn envoy of the Oceanic iUcttinsliip
Company in the behalf of their mail
contract, passed through here on
the Alametln going back to San
Francisco. He was briefly inter
viewed by our representative ami
found to be sanguine of results fiom
his mission. Although confident
that tho United States Government
would do better by their flag, in
respect of this sen ice, in tho future
than in the past, Mr. Creighton yet
dissented emphatically, from the pro
position that strong specific support
of the Oceanic contract by that
Government was necessary to its
renewal. He spoke in terms of dis
appointment only of 'his work in
Sydney, where the Canadian Pacific
Knllwny had a Strang pull against
his cause. Governments and Chain-
bcrs of Commerce elsewhere, as we
have seen in loltowjng Mr. Ureightou
in the newspapers, gave him much
encouragement; but, under the sys
tem of government obtaining in tho
Colonies, the final issue is depend
ent upon the Legislatures. Mr.
Creighton incidentally brought these
Islands into his argument, and was
astonished at the prevailing ignor
ance of our importance, The general
idea there is that the Hawaiian
Islands are inhabited mainly by
semi-savages attired in breet'h clouts,
while our monarch and his 'state aie
put upon a par with Mataafa of
Samoa and the dignity he carries.
It may be depended upon that more
correct notions of this country will
prevail in Colonial ollicial circles at
least as a consequence of Mr.
Crcighton's visit. The large amount
of travel from that quarter by this
route should. make it an important
object for this country to have its
attractions well advertised there,
while the facilities of traffic afforded
by the steamers ought to stimulate
mercantile enterprise both at Colo
nial ports and Honolulu.
A TREASURY QUERY.
Editok Bulletin: Can you kind
ljT inform mu what is the present
value of tieasury notes? I took two
notes, one for 850 and one for $20,
to the Hawaiian Treasury to-day
and asked for gold. A very gentle
manly young man told me they wore
not redeeming tieasury notes just
now, and would not give me gold
for them. lie offered me silver,
which I declined. What am I to tlo
with these two notes? Are they of
no gold value?
Honolulu, July 1st.
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTES.
A meeting of the Board of Health
was held this morning.
The report of Dr. Kimball, Gov
ernment physician, shows that he
treated 054 cases at the dispensary
during the month of June, which is
13U less than that in May, showing
From the report of Mr. C. B.
Reynolds, Agent of the Board, it is
learned that 28 lepers and suspects
were collected during June, and 2'J
were sent to Molokai. The Ivakaako
receiving station has been moved to
Kalihi. The Kapiolani Home is be
ing repainted inside and out. Two
casesrof measles were repotted but
were thoroughly quarantined. Tho
blocks bounded by Foit- street and
the river and Beretaida stieet and
water front have been thoroughly
cleansed of all iftiiaanccs.
A petition for the removal of the
Government physician at Lahaina
was carefully considered by tho
Board, and no leasou could be seen
for granting the prayer of the peti
tion. The resignation of Mr. W. G.
Ashley, secretary of tho Board, was
read and finally accepted.
NEW SUGAR STOCK LISTED.
The S. 1 Bulletin of June 15th
has the following-: The slock of the
Hutchinson Plantation Company
was listed at the Stock and Bond
Exchange to-day. The company
has a capital of 52.500,000 in 50,000
shares of $50 each. The assets
consist of 18,000 acres land
in fee simple, and -12,000
acres held under u 20 and 30
year lease, 115,000 in cash and
3,500 tons sugar. There are no
liabilities. The first dividend of
30c per share has been declared and
will be paid on the 20th.
A ROUGH VOYAGE.
The bark G. N. Wilcox on her
trip from Honolulu to San Francisco
met with heavy weather. Captain
Bascli reports that on June 'lth and
5th, in latitude 39 degiecs north and
longitude 125 degrees west, the bark
was for thirty-sjx hours driven by a
heavy gale fiom the north-northwest
accompanied by a heavy, con
fused sea. The storm became so
violent that lliey were compelled to
heave to for ten hours and bad thw
bulwarks stove in on both sides,
, filling tho docks with water, flooding
the cabin and tdiiftlng everything
movable on deck. During tho
whole of tho thirty-six hours thoy
had to hang out pjl bags, which
tho sea. Tho barometer registered
r.xtrntln from n rrlintc Letter ro
ccltcil on the Alnmciln.
Kvciylhlng Is very quiet here.
Admiral Kiinberly and his Lieuten
ants Hiltenhottsc nntl 'Murrhuu have
proved themselves tho right men in
the right placo in their endeavors to
rcsloru a peaceful state of affairs.
Dr. Steubcl has apparently nssUted
to put things in a peaceful state,
ami there is no evidence that he is
contriving to break the tiucc or to
hold out false hopes to Taraascsc.
On the whole the outlook for the
peaceful solution of the difficulty
was never so nood us now. When
peace is settled there will prolwbly
be a boom in Samoa, for the country
is a magnificent one and by careful
investment money is to be made
here. What we desire and need is
to have experienced people come
here and make our productive soil
yield sugar, coffee, vanilla, spices
and cocoa all of which grow luxur
iantly with little care. 1 would not
take the responsibility of advising
you to come here and turn planter,
because 1 do not know how you
would like it or what experience you
have had, but I verily believe it"
would soon be made to pay well by
anyone who well understands the
busincssjiiid who would accept local
advice in reference to the purchaso
of the land, and treatment and en
gagement of his labor.
I further believe that a sugar mill
built along the bank of the Vaisi
gano could bo fully supplied with
cane of number one quality from
the natives, and that it would not
only be profitable to its projectors,
but would open the eyes of evciy
one to a new industry of immense
importance. If the Samoan tieaty
was renewed by the United Stales,
sugar could enter as readily as from
the Hawaiian Islands.
A 5-tou sugar mill on the Vaisi
gano near its mouth would bo of
more benefit to Samoa than can
easily be imagined. I should ad
vise "that a stock company with a
capital of S120.000 be formed and
$20,000 of the stock be offcied heie
in suaics of $100 each.
The difficulty of exchange is now
fast disappearing ;thc rate, now 1.40,
puts the bogus dollar neatly down
toots proper value; tit 1.50 which it
will soon reach it will be just as well
to ship them .away i" case exchange
is not easily procurable. Cocoa has
been tried here by the Germans at
Uttirnapu. It is easy to cultivate
and cure and scud to market, and is
of the very finest quality. Mr.
Goldbtirg informed me that on
its arrival in Europe it was re
packed in fancy boxes and took the
very higbest"premium for its fine
quality and flavor. I look for the
1). II. & P. Genelschafl to commence
liquidating in less than 12 months.
They can never extricate themselves
from their present dilllcultica brought
on by mismanagement,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
To-morrow, July 2, '89,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. !..
ItTilHell nt Public Auction, at my Bales.
rooms, coiner of Fort and
A VARIED ASSORTMENT-OF
Terms Cnsli"0G2rSo Reserve
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
A SITUATION by n Good Japanese
Cnrpenlu. Apply at this oflle .
BY Enoijjctio Man who understandi
German ami KuglUli lniiuuajje", n
bilU'itinn in a More, oi drivei of delivery
wngon or wholesale liouso. Beit of re
lirences given Annly at this office.
SAVINGS I'ns ISnnk No. 7.1. of
UlnuHSnrt'ultclstfc Co 's Hank, favoi
A. T. Tyler, having been lost or stolen,
all perious aie warned against nego
tiating the same.
28 2w A. T. TYLER.
A GOLD Brooch with fmull pearl in
Xi. center, cither on King sir. el card
or on Foit biit-ct.
Tliu finder ill bo
on leaving at thin
NOTICE oi IIE3IOVAL.
OAYFORD is removing
from tho "('liambi rlnin Preini.
sos," King street, to Nn 31 Alnkci street,
whctcMiu will be glad to receive her
old nntl new rooqicrs ou or about July
2, 18B9. 281 lw
MBS. E W. OHLOFF requests that
all nuim saving those of cur.
riniio hike or liquor ngntnst her hup
bind, Mr E V. Orloll' bettet known In
Honolulu ns John l' Bmllli, bo pro
sentcd (o her at an caly dute, ut "Kg.
pena Cottage," Eigle Hoiibo Premises
IEIlbONS who aro willing to sub.
frrlt'o towards defraying thu ex.
penfes of tho 4lh of July Uolebratlon
and have not been called upon by Uto
-Finance Commltteo. will tlnd a subtcrlp.
Hon lint with Mr. F. E. Nichols, at tho
Hawaiian News Co 's Fton-. Merchant
'street. J. G. SPENCER,
Chairman Flounce Committee.
' 281 id
'M ' V TT H
nim a. Mm, mm , n i
Just arrived from Samoa per S. B.
JTOR 3 D.VYS ONLY I
Monday, July 1, '89,
Anil dully from 2 o'clock to 10
o'clock ! M
Will leave for 8itn F'anclco per B. 8.
Umatilla, .July cm.
Will bo Introduced In Native Costtimo
War Danoos, Club Throwing and
With variolic of
DANCING mid SINGING.
General Admission :
Children under 12 years
r 0 cents
Efirpcclalnrranitemcntscan bo rondo
Willi sclieols 2SD 4i
NiOci to Policy loirs
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
YOU are respectfully reque3trd in
ca'o nny Btiitrments are mndo hy
agents of other companies nuiilnst the
E'()iiitablo or its methods, to lay the
uvitur nromptlv hclorc
A. 'J. CAKTWKIQHT,
231 If General Ajjent fpr Haw is.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
E. C. ROWE, Painter, has
moved his lilnte of 1 u-lncss into
tho building liitcly occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., King street, iiear Fori.
DURING my absence from tills King,
dom Mr. U. A. Peacock will act
for mu in all matters unjli r full p-wer
of attorney. YV. C. PEACOCK.
Honolulu. Juno 27, -v-0 Sail 3t
A LL persons unvinc claims or
xx mumla iiguinst the undersigned
aro renues-ted to present them to Joseph
O. Carter tor settlement o. or before the
1st duy of July nixt
Honolulu June 11, lm 281 2w
Lost or Mislaid.
Certificate: no. 24t for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone ritock standing
in the name: of C. K. Stiilimin, on uliich
transfer has been slopped. Finder plenso
return to Mr. O. K. Stlllmnn or to the
Bri.LKTiN Oflh e. 271d 9"Jw.tf
Notice to Shippers.
rpilH Steamer "Pole,"
-L will heieufter wry
all freights for the follow-
ing ports in Koni, i. : Kai'tia, llolna
loa, Kc.mhou, Kuawalon andXapnnpoo.
Per Older, J. ENA,
Secretary I. i. g. N Co.
Honolulu, June 20, 3S8!) 2 0 2t
Notice to Shippers.
HERB AFTER no freight
will bo icecivcd on
the Steamer "Mikahalo,"
after i o'clock p. in., on ths day of sail
injr. Per Order,
Secretary I. 1. S X. 'o
Honolulu, June 20, 880. 2S0 2t
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In J? i anos !
IN this countiy, especially where Ants,
Mite, Mo in mid Roaches infc.M
your Pianos to the destruction of the
same, and tho annoyance of all called
upon to use them, it would bo well to
plai'o your inttiutnt'iiis in Jin. J. W.
YARNDLEV'ri caie, who will ellec
lually clear them ol all destructive in
sects, ete , and cleanse the strings and
tuning pins from rust See to thib
bufore it ia too late!
Let Mn YARNULBY tune ynur
Piano and ko:-p tliem in tune Many
Piai o btiller grmtly nntl become worth
lers lor neid of intelligent and more
frequent attention in regard to the
USyOrders received at the offlec of
thu Hawaiian N'hwa Co, Muichnut
street, will bo promptly attended to.
27 J Uw
Supremo Court of the Hawaiian
islands At Chambers.
Ul.FOUE Mil JUSTICE I'llESTON.
IN the mntlct of tho Bankruptcy of
A. F. Cooke. Ord r on petition of
Bankrupt for discliarg" from his debts
Uinn rending and flline the petition
of AMOS FRANCIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, waliu, alleelng that more than hx
months have clapped sincu ho was ndjti.
dlcaled it bankrupt and piajingfora
dircliiirge from all bin debts.
It 1- ordered tint TUESDAY. Ihe 2nd
dny ol July. A D 188'), at JO . m. of
ti at day, at the Court Room in Aliinlani
Male, Honolulu, hu and is hireby ap
pointed thu time unil. plnco forbearing
of i-atd petition when and where all ere
diiors who h.jvo proved their claims
iigiititt-t haid lluukrupi may appearand
show cuuso tf any thoy h tvo why tho
piayerof sahl liiukrupt should not ho
And ills further ordered that notice
be given by advertli-cment in iho Daji.y
Dui.LHtN, publlKhed in said Honolulu,
for two weeks, of the time and place of
such hearing and Hut thu Clerk of tho
Mipremo Court mall notices of the ilmo
and plnco of such hearing, to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supieiue Court.
Attest: Au'jiud V. QMtTHit,
Second Deputy Clejk. -
Dated Honolulu, June 14, 1889, 370 td
gnwssMmi . . jaaMHw-;wTirwrvavHfEy it.
FOR SAN FltANOISCO,
Tho Al HtcnniRhip .
UMA TIL LA,"
Will Iianc Honolulu for tho nbovo
Friday, July 5th,
For Freight or I'cSMigu, apply lo
,WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agcnta.
1889 4th JULY 1889.
A OIIOIOE LOT OF
Fireworks of Every Description
Just received fiom tho
California Fi rework n Comp'y
KOll SALE 11T
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
20 2w dirtier of Qui'on & Kort ots.
SUGAR PLANT !
FOR IES SALE
Tlio Entire Plant of the
Is offered For S dc. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
and constbt of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilers 6x20,
1 Double Eficct 6 and 7 loot Pant,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 tcet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clariflers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
It k I!
Cane Carts & Oen'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after next croj
has been harvested, suy about July 1,
fsgTFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kobnla. Hawaii
Assets, : : $90,000,000.00
" Facts aro Stubborn Things."
AA--flvery age, on every premium
j.iblo, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies:
of tho New York Life Insurance Co
hae been LARGER than tboco OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY usuing
jfiT"For particulats apply to
J. O. ItKltGi:R,
Gcn'l Agent Hawaiian Iblands.
Third and Last Call !
MR. A. S. HARTWELL Is requested
by us to bring legal proceedings
ou all IiiIIh not paid by June 80th. Wo
respectfully request those who are owing
and intend to pay not to muko it niccs.
eary to bring buits. .
EGAN fc CO.
. nonoltilu, June 15, 18U. 277 Id
THE ONLY" LIVE PAPER of
Honolulu "Tho:i)aly Bulletin."
w uuuia yvi uivuia.
Carriage Manufacturing Co,
-FOB SALE AT
All Ms of Carriage
Solicited nt Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us havo been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF-
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Rims,
Planketc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
"ALL AT A GREATLY
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames
In all tho New Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mote
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists
Fine Lamb's Wool IJiulct'wenr, Flannel Coats and Vctn,
All-wool Overshirts, Etc., Etc., juet received by the "Umatilla" by
The Leading Millinery
New Zealand Jams !
JOST received a consignment of New
Zenlnnd Jama, assorted caso3. For
pale at low prices bv
J, E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Orean with el elit stops Suitabiu
for school or church A fine iustru
ment. Apply nt S7 Punchbowl Mrett,
opposite JS I, llif.sion Insiitutc. 273 tf
-1 MICRO-PHOTOGRAPHIC appa
J. r.ittijVtiih fame a, Micnn-copeof
-ix powers, sun condenser, etc , all com
plete. A powerful and handy iustiu
ment. For fuither penicillin inquire
of CUAS. HUSTACE,
77 2w King meet.
AN BAT Cottave on Mcr
chmt street, near Ala
Uci. Appl to
STOKE TO LET
THE Sloro lately occupied
I JL by E C. Bnwe. Way's
Block, KitiK strei t, at reason.
rental. Possostlon given at oneo
J. G. ROTIIWELL.
FURNISHED Rooms to let.
southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Heretania
htrcets, would bo very convenient for n
small family. 255 Cm
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXCELLENT Stables con
tabling lit Stalls, Cottage
and 7 'acres Pasture Land, on
souili btroet, near King, foimcrly occu.
pied by Mr. While, proprietor of tho
P.dama Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. HROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
npilE' Emerson Ilomeatead,
JL Deautilully situatea in
Wulalua, (J aim, II. I., com
tirii-ing a large liouso with 10 rooms,
tltchen, pautry, barn etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasturo of (1
aens within half a mile Pure water is
brought to tho house and grounds from
never failing springs, Iho supply of
which can bo imlellnltcly incrtased In
quantity. There Is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 milcB distant, also to tho
steam bout landing,- loss than half a
milu dibtunt, where steamers from the
city touch three times a week. The pic
turceque scenery, lino climate, and un
rivalled wuter prlvilcgo make this a
most d sirablo placo for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apoly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
CarriagG'For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cutundtr Oar.
rlagc just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must bo immediately
sold to.closo an assignment, can he seen
jM W..H. Pago's carriage manufactury,
Io.l28 Fort street.
V . -1
Etc., Etc., 1.
& f apn Bom
House, cor. Fort Jb Hotel sts.
NOMINATIONS will be received by
the Secretary of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to June SO, 1859, as
FUTUU1TY STAKES of 1891 For 2
yenr olds Hawaiian Bred Horses;
sweep.-lttkcs of $50, addid. First
InstHllment on naming ?5 earn.
HAWAIIAN DbHliY.of lft'J2 For 3
yenr ohls Hawaiian Bred HotBes;
sweepstakes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cm added. First installment on
n'iming $ r each.
The following installments arc also
due nn June HO, 1889:
Ku'urily Makes of 1LU0 2nd install
ment $lfi 00
Hawaiian Derby of !MM), 2nd in-till
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1J-9I, 2nd inntnll-
ment $15 00
C. O. BERQER,
215 14t Secretary 11. .1. C.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaoiiao Plantation. )
IIawaij. March 9, 18P8. f
It!ilon Iron JL Xiocomotlve VorUa
Gentlemen: Wo have-used two of
your 3U-chambored Filler Presses this
season. They are convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
impinvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE, f
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
Thesof Presses are made extra heavy .
for hifh pressures, occupies a floor
space 11 feet by 4 feel, and presents
Altering surface of 240 square feet.
A limited ntfmhcr In stock in Hono
lulu and aro Bold at very law prices.
Eisdon Iron & Loco, Works.
EFor particulars enquire of
Room No. 3 Sprecktls' Block.
2250 tf W.Q. Irwin & Co.. AgenU.
Ctaiiiipc Ciller !
' A Dellplgus Summer Drink !
Delivored at CO and 75 Its pordozop.
Tahjti Ijomonado "Works
' ' on
J. Ef BROWN & Oo.,
S3 Merchant Street.
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