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FOtt SAN FKANCIMCO,
The Now and Flue Al Steel Sloauuhlp
Of the Ocimnlo Steamship Coiupnny will
be due at Honolulu fioni Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890.
And will lonvo for the above port with
malls and passengers on or
about that il.ito.
Jta?" For fi eight or passage, haviug
superior accommodations, applyto
Wm G. IRWIN
& CO.. Ld,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fiuo Al Steel Steamshi
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sau
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the abovo ports.
ESP For freight or passage, haviug
Mipwrior accommodations, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO.
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Upholstering & Bedding
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islandi.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
IS3T Office : Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 liTELEPHONESfi Bell 414
ttl KINO STKKKT,
J. WALLER, - - Manager
Wholesale Be Retail Butchers
The Best Lurioh in Town,
Tea and Ooffoo at 111 Hours
The Finest Hruud of
A-Jwuy on JluuU.
J. HOPP & GO.
74 King St.-g J
Ron ertsonHit clie o ck,
3h 1 1 '"! J
To be held on their Range, at Ka
haulkt, King street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
Valued at $100. for the highest aggre
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the propel ty of the marls
inan winning it three times nt the regu
lar meetings of the II. R. A.
.Won July 5, 18S0, by J. Brodie, M. D.
Won January 1, 188V, by Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by .1. G.Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888. by 0. B Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, bv F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 18S9, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18S9, by J. G. Rothwcll.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by O. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st piize CuppiesentedbyJ
L'ndpiizc Gold Pin presented by
Mis. C. H. Nicholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of the Association. 1st and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmen winning them thice times at
the regular meetings of the II. 11. A.
Distance, 200 yards: rounds, 10; any
military rifle under tiie rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 81.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by J. H. Fisher.
II. TIIE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY 'MEDAL.
Valued at 8100; also, a second prize
of 65; third pric, $2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times nt the regular meeting of the H.
R. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yard ranges; any military rltle under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
Won July 5, ISSO. by J. Brodie, M.D.
Won January i, 1887, by.YV C. King.
Won July 2a. 1887, by J. G.Rothwell.
Won January 2. 1888, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 18S8, by K. Hustace.
AVou January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18S9, by J. G. Rothwcll.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by C. B. Wilson.
III. H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitois limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and BOO yaids; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rifle under the
inles; to become the property nt the
maiksmau winning it three times nt
regular meetings of the II. It. A. En
trance fee, 31.
Won July 4, ISsO, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustace.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until hi score is beaten
at any tegular meeting of the II. It. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
10 rounds at 500 and COO yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4. 1888, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2G, 1SS9, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. B M.S. Ihaeinth
Won July 4. 1889, by J. AV. Pratt.
V. WA1MANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Fiesontedby Hon J. A. Cummins;
2nd prle 82.00 To be shot for at 200
and 500 yaids. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never won a Ilrst class prize. To be
come the property of the marksman
winning it three times. Entrance fee,
81.fi,, ft I '?
Won January 1, 1889, by J. AV. Pratt.
AVon July 4, 1889, by C. Hustace", Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by II. AV. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Directors
of 1891. Open only to members of the
II. R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become tlio property of
the markMuan wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rule; limiteu to one entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee. SI.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
rifle. Unlimited entiles. Nohairoiset
triggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Tickets, 50 cents each; entitling holder
to Are 5 shoifa at tills target. 75 percent
of total receipts in this match to bo
awarded pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
(8 inch bulls-oyo).
50 yaids. Open to nil comers. All
pistols or revolvers not less than 32
calibre allowed Tickets, 50 cents
each; entitling holders to tire 5 shots at
this target. 75 percent of total receipts
in tills match (o be awarded pro rata to
total number of bulls-eyes.
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Soinu very valuable prizes, mid a
prio for everybody. Any rllle; 10
louiids; distance, '200 yards. No hair or
set niggers or telescopic Mghts allowed.
Entries unlimited, Kiitrnnei) fee, 91.
All members of the Association who
have made over 80 per cent, at nny gen
eral meeting of Hie II. Jt, A. will not bo
allowed lo coiunelc.
No entiles v III bo maim befoie tlio
iluyoflhe iniitch, ami peuon will
diont mem ding In the number oil llielr
Committee on Cltlrmm' Pi lem
J. I), TlKIKI'.ll,
W. 0. I'AIIKK,
J, U, Kojmwicu.,
c &i v-iit r vit Yi
flie (irrat fcnro Nfccmnry to Have AVIrct
Let us first nee whntnsubmarlnocablo
Is and how It is lniulo To do this a visit
limit bo made to tlio enormous factory
mi tlio banks of tlio Thames, a few miles
below London. Hero the birth of tlio
cablo tuny bo traced through shop nftor
shop, machine nftor machine. Tlio
foundation of all is tlio conductor, n
Btrnnd of seven lino copier wires. Tills
slender copper cord it ilrst hauled
through a mass of sticky, black com
nound. which causes the thin coating of
gutta-percha applied by thonoxtmnclilno
I to ndhoro to it perfectly, nnd prevents
the rotcntion of nny bubbles of air in tlio
interstices between tho Btronus, or be
tween the conductor and tho gutta
Ono envelopo is not sufficient, how
ever, but the full thickness of insulating
material has to bo attuined by fouruioro
alternate coatings of sticky compound
and plastic gutta percha. Tho conduct
or is now insulated nnd has dovcloped
into "core." Beforo going nny further
tlio core is coiled into tanks filled with
water nnd tosted in ordor to ascortain
whether it is electrically perfect, i. o
that there Is uo undue lenkogo of elec
tricity through tho gutta percha insulat
Theso tests nro mado from tho testing
room, ropleto with beautiful and elab
orate apparatus, by which measurements
finer and more nccurate than thoso even
of tho most dolicnto chemical balance
may bo made. Every foot of core is
tested with these instruments, both be
fore nnd after being mado up into cable,
and careful records are preserved of tho
After the core has been nil tested and
passed tho manufacture of the cablo goes
on. The core travels through another
set of machines, which first wrap it with
a thick serving of tarred jute, nnd then
with a compact armoring of iron or steel
wires of varying thickness, according to
the depth of water in which tho cable is
intended to bo laid. Abovo tho armor
ing, in order to preserve tho iron from
rust as long as possible, is applied a cov
ering of stout canvas tape thoroughly
impregnated with a pitclijiko compound,
and sometimes tho iron wires composing
the armor aro separately covered with
Russian hemp as an additional preserva
tive against corrosion. Herbert Laws
Webb in Scribner's.
Tlio Cluctrlcnl Corset.
I've always been opposed to this pro
misouous pourting; this vicious system
which permits u young mnn without any
intentions to waste a girl's time with his
attentions. At last I have devised a
remedy. The electrical corset solves tho
difficulty. It will no longer bo possible
for a young man to slip his arm around
a girl's waist or lay his head upon her
shoulder without giving the alarm. Tho
"ting-a-ling-liug" will instantly bring
her pa, ma or big brother into tho room,
and tho offender will be summarily
Tho electrical corset hasa great future.
Its influence upon tho moral tone of so
ciety is destined to bo incalculable. We
shall have no moro of theso hasty mar
riages which end so speedily. Many a
young man under tho inspiration of the
moment when his nnn is encircling a
girl's waist breathes a lovo which ho
would otherwise have left untold. This
is all wrong. The electric corset will
put au end most effectually to this prac
tice. But let parents bo on their guard.
These boys will devise means to beat the
electric bell of this new corset, just as
the conductors did tho bell punch. Bos
A Dnnguroiis Rush of TralUe.
It seems as if there wero more railroad
accidents now than over beforo. This is
perhaps due to the apparent inclination
of nil such disasters to go by epidemics,
and it is owing largely no doubt to tho
improvement in reporting, especially in
all criminal and sensational directions,
for the modem newspaper is very large
ly a chamber of horrors. But ono causo
is due to the irresistible prosperity of the
country, which throws a burden on com
mon carriers almost too great for them
Every railroad is taxed to the extent
of its facilities, and trains on tho great
trunk lines nro run almost as thick as on
tho elevated system. If ono does not be
lieve that let him take his stand at some
place in tho suburbs, on tho Harlem
river for instance, or along the Jersey
flats, and see tho constant succession of
trains on the roads leading out of New
York. Often tho trains are started at
intervals of one or two minutes. The
consequenco is that if anything goes
wrong with a train it is difficult to pre
vent a smnshup. Dry Goods Econo
mist A Hurjjlur ut Fifteen.
A boy who Uvea with his respectablo
parents in tho Ruo St. Placids has been
distinguishing himself. This highly
promising youth is only 15 years of age,
but lie has been already guilty of
burglary. Ho broko into the tavern of
a publican lately nt 3 o'clock in the
morning, lighted a cnndlo boldly at tho
bar and walked upstairs. Seeing a door
on tho, first landing ajar ho pushed it
upon, and ushered himself into what
happened to bo tho bedroom of the bon
ifaco and his better half, both of whom
were fast asleep.
Still holding his lighted taper, tho
boy burglar approachod somo clothes
which wero lying on a chair, apd ab
stracted from tho pockets in tho gar
ments about 'i 15s. in gold and silvor.
Then he prepared to depart with his ill
golteu gains, but mado too much noiso
going down stairs, and woko up tho
Bleeping publican, who followed and
telzod him. Paria Cor. London Tele
Ifruph. RAILWAY NOTE8.
The total net liability of tho Union
Pacific railroad to tho United Stales
government Juno DO, 1890, was $51,717,'
The next International mooting of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Kiigiucurn
will be hold ut Atluuta, Ga,, May 15,
The reaHon why jwirlorH on narlor iiml
ukuiiliiif cjiu mo io ijuiii'inlly wuloiu
for Up4 lluu, perluipd, in tho fact that
UigLr w rwmo ttun i U L0 day
AN OCEAN CAOLE 13
It Is Nild Hint Alfred Palnirr, chief mi
(rlncer of tho AttrveyliiK jwirty engaged
on n railway routo from Labrador to
Quebec, will noon report i favor of tlio
Tho rnllrond nxprew companies will, It
in paid, soon have n fonuidnblo rival in
n double pneumatic tube between Now
York and Philadelphia, for tho carriago
of small packages.
General Passenger Agent Etistls, of tho
Burlington Bystcm, says that tho zono
aystem of passenger fares, recently In
troduced into Hungary, would bo im
practicable in tho United States.
Tlio estimated cost of thopropoiod rail
way from European Russia to Vladivo
stok, on tho Pnciflo coast of Siberia, is
iOO.000,000 rubles, or about JM2,GOO,000.
Surveys are at present In progress.
The $75,000,000 mortgage filed nt Pitts
burg by tho Pittsburg, Cincinnati and
St. Louis railroad to tho Fanners' Loan
ind Trust company and AV. N. Jackson,
of IndlanapoliB, is said to bo tho largest
Tho Chicago and Grand Trunk rail
road lias leased for ninoly-nino years tho
Cincinnati, Saginaw and Mackinaw rail
road, which was built four years ago by
fivo Saginaw gentlemen without issuing
a bond or other indebtedness.
A project is on foot to connect Geor
gian bay and Lako Ontario by n ship
railway. Tho estimated cost of tlio
work is 12,000,000. It is said to havo
tho approval of Secretary Blaiuo nnd
Premier Macdonald, and would savo 400
miles betwoen Chicago and Livorpool.
MEN YOU HEAR OF.
Congressman Kilgoro was onco a
tice of tho'peaco in Texas.
Ex-Governor Foster, of Ohio, is a rich
man, and as generous as rich.
Gladstone says that an Irish eviction
ia equivalent to a death sentence.
Frank Talmago, son of Dr. T. Do Witt
Tabnagc, is studying for tho ministry.
Ex-President Cleveland has a collection
of fishing rods from tho famous makers
of tho world.
Count Von Moltke has refused the
dukedom which the emperor not only
offered but pressed npon him.
Baron Rothbchild is an ardent phila
telist, and devotes much time und money
to collecting nnd nrranging stamps.
Ono of the shortest names in the
country is possessed by Mr. Ye, who is
tho secretary of tho Corean legation at
Squire Bob Allibon, of Fairplay, tho
Gretna Green of Wisconsin, inakos the
boast that ho has married ovor 800 ruu
Tho nearest living relative of tho poet
Shakespearo is probably Thomas Hart, a
resident of Australia, who is eighth in
descent from Shakespearo's sister Joan.
John Burn", tho London labor leader,
does not think well of Gen. Booth's plan
of ridding tho metropolis of its wretch
edness and suffering by a gigantic char
ity. Lord Wolseley was at ono time a tro
mendous smoker. For many years ho
used to smoko steadily from 0 intlie
morning till bedhmo, smoking nothing
but big black cigars.
Maj. Hiram Bassett, of Millersbnrg,
Ky., an eminent Mason, has been strick
en with paralysis, hi "Tho History o
Masonry" Maj. Bassett is called tho
highest Mason in tho world. .'
Bishop nngh Miller Thompson denies
tho statement that ho began life as a
bootblack. "I havo always been too
lazy to black my own boots.'' ho says,
"to say nothing of other peoplo's."
Thero is enough nickel in northern
Ontario to pjato all the navies of the
Tho Berlin firo department has lately
received an engine "constructed entirely
of papier macho."
A Calhoun, Ga., .man has a chair
which ho claims is 115 years old, and
has its original bottom.
In boiuo foreign cities thero aro men
hired to attract a crowd to their employ
ers' windows by staring and gazing into
Thero is probably no town on earth
where patent medicines aro consumed to
such an enormous extont as at Constan
tinople. Tho Pyramids nro being assailed. Two
local sheiks nro digging out stones from
tho lower courses of tho two pyramids
The government telegraph service of
Great Britain transmits, it ia said, on
an averago 1,538,270 words a day to
An owl was recently killed near Cen
trovillo, Miss., that measured 4 feot 4
inches from tip to tip of its wings.
It had two horns, and a faco and head
that resembled a bnlldog.
After some forty years of immersion
in the waters of tho pool of Echoschacht,
not far from Hermannstadt, several
human bodies havo been brought to tho
surface in a state of perfect preservation.
In cutting a big cypress tree near
Astor, Fla., a living alligator seven feet
long was found therein. As tho opening
in tho tree was not half large enough for
tho 'gator to get through, tho presump
tion is that it crawled iu when quite
young nnd lived on other animals and
reptiles that sought refngp thoro.
August Belmont's stables will bo sold.
Mr. Presidont Harrison is visiting in
Dr. Mary Walker is baid to bo dying
near Oswego, N. Y,
Gen. Miles says lie thinks nn Indian
outbreak is sure to coino.
The tithes hill has poised tho Bocoud
reading in the house of commons.
Secretary Tracy's report on tho now
nuvy is quite long and exhaustive.
Charles A. Shurtlifl has been appointed
assistant United Btntes Attorney for tho
northern district of Cullforniu.
Tho Iwaid of iijunagers of tho Swnrth
moro (Pa,) uoliegu nlectod William Dutj.
ley Field to tho presidency of tho college,
Delegate Ciiiun says Utah hiw cwibud
knocking ut (ho door of emigres for ml
iiilsion us u Hluto, und will wait for mi
invitation to unite in,
Paiiiell Issued Miiiuiiifuxto in which m
urruigiiud GIiiiIhUiiio and Iho LIImmuIh,
und has 1icmii ildjiiiiiiH'nl thuiufor by nil
hi iiHMwIatiw. It U now IwIIuvimI Hint
I'aiiiull will lxi foiu'd o ruklgib Tliu
ih'h'ifntnt iiuu in Anii'ilivi ImviHilNidii'
iluiiMjirM lilui, (JJuihiUiiiM ImiimI ii
wanU'uilo iwyluu l'uwivlj'
Hartfmd Flro Ininranco Co.
Auglo-Novada Asurnneo Corporation
(Fire and Marino)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Thames & Morioy Marino Int. Co
Now York Life Insurauce Co.
Asset, $105,063 000,00
Ucnural Agent, Htwn UUmlt.
CASTLE & COOKE,
General Merchandise 1
Life, Firo & Marine
.nHi hoN'i,ULU R 1 riNoi
WEMER & CO.
It a ii u far tin- lis Jewcllcm.
NO. 03 FOUT HT111313T.
Constantly on hand n large assortment
of every description of Jowclry.Watches
Gold ind Silver Plated AVare, etc.
. A. G. SILYA,
55 & 67, Hotel Street.
- IMPORTER OF
Furuiture,Mattiiig & Carpet Laid
lay Fine Upholstering nnd Hoddiug
a specialty Juno 16-0m
If ROM this date Mr. AVm. Lishman
I? will sign our linn name by pro
curation. G W. M ACFARLANE & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1890. 710 tf
From and after this date we
will not be responsible for auy
freight after same has been
landed. Paities to whom
height is consigned must be at
the landing to receive their
f i eight.
AVILDER'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu. Sept. 5, 1890. C50 tf
LL claimants to lots in Kaplolant
Park, situate between the points
below spccltlcd, are hereby requested to
exhibit their leases or evidences of such
ownership, to the undersigned at onco,
in Older to prevent the disposal of said
lots to piesent applicants, viz:
1st Situate on niauka main avenue be
tween tho preml-es occuplid by Jas.
Dodd and the propei ty and home
stead of James Campbell. Num
beied on Pnik map from 5.A to 89
2d Situate on mukal main avenue be
tween the premises and homestead
formerly occupied by G. W. Mac
faiiatiQ and the properly of James
Campbell. Numbered on Park map
from 00 to 100 Inclusive.
By order ofthe Boaid of Directors,
AV. M. GIFFARD,
Seo'y Kaptolani Park Asso.
BROWN LEGiiOltNS I
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels forsaie. guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
piolanl Park j Mutual Tele-
D1REOT from Egypt, a consignment
of Dubec, CoubsIb & Co.'s Gen
uine Egyptian Cigarettes, mado from
tlio choicest Turkish tobaccos. The
above brand Is the clgnretto of Europe
and the Continent. Try a sample.
AVholccale orders filled. For sale at
California Fruit Market.
P. G. UAMARINOS,
Agent for the Hawaiian Ishiuds.
'"pll AT Tract of Land sltunt
1 cd at Palolo Valley, and
ConBlHtlmr of 170 acres, moro
or less, until ivcently under leiso to tho
Into runup Milton, nun ooioiiging to
the estate of Cliux. f.onj;, dcccuM-d. A
lease for a term of years will be given,
as well iik Immediate pohsesslou If do
sli cd, Tho laud Is substantially fenced.
For partli lurs, apply to
Or J. F. Colhurn.
Honolulu, Pee, D, 1HH0, 7HI 'iw
NOTICE to A Ili'IIITICPTS I
i HOUND and Elevation I'liiuu for a
YX KiiIIoih' lloinc Building to be
eiceli'd on llio hlu H K, rqrncr of Au
kca mid llulekiiiillii treut, lU'J ft, mi
Alakeiiblie.it, und U0 ft, fiuiilngu n'
pixitlvi'ly, arc nkml for, lo lm liamlud
In lo lint iiiiditr)giiml on or before Fpbt
ruury I, JHL , , , , m
A piUiinf e'.'oO will ln UHiirdi'tl for
Hie liiut plitii atiilii pnu of 050 fur Iho
M'i'oiiil ln'l plmi MimullUwl,
Cc I'm' imilltMilm apply in
tf, M, DAMON,
rw t4 uowwitut,
Waterhouse's No. 10 Store
HAVE JUST OFKNHD OPT A LAUGH ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted Novelties, Traveling
Onsen, Toilot & Smoker's Sols,
EDISON'S TALKING DOLLS,
And Dolls of every othci description. Also, a lino lino of
Children's Books, ffew Games,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
ion in SI & Satins, Toys for flu Illion.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
LADY OF THE PERIOD.
Telephones, No. 119.-
Glias. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased the stores in tlio brick building known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
of that poitiun of my stock damaged by tho lato fire, and being
iu receipt of Now Goods per lust steamer, and more on tho way, I
am prepared to till all -orders as before. Thanking the public for
tho liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past sovon years, I
hopo by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of tho
panic. At tho now stand shall bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantago to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
, CHAS. HUSTACE.
LEWIS & CO,,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of tho O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Oalafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosse & Blackwell's &. J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on band. Also, just recoived a fresh lino of German
Patcs.and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis fe Co.'b Maltcso
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Utmond Bloolt," Norn. US &; Or Hlnr Mlreei,
(iranite, iron and Tin Ware 1
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
MATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
eLXTMBDJG, TIN, COPfEE ANB
Sheet Iron Work.
Telephones, No. 175.-
UNION FEED CO.
OFFER AT BED ROOK PRICES
CALIFORNIA HAY, OATS, BRAN,
OIL CAKE MEAL, LINSEED MEAL,
BARLEY, ROLLED BARLEY,
MIDDLING GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT AND CORN
FLOUR BTAlta, Golden
P. O. Box 140.-
. IE. MclMTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
(Jroceries, Provisions and Feed,
New Goods received hv every packet from Eastern Stales and Europe,
I'rcHh California Product) by ovory Steamer. All ordurH faithfully attended,
to mid flood iloHvortwl to any part of tlio oty frco of cihurgo, IbIuii'jI onlcr
soliclleil. HiitUfnrtlon guarantum!. m TP6
CHANGE of KEBJDENOJS
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