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lAMHWISHHMIji 'mjdiiyijii tf iwBi
K M. WnWh.
V.k , lint tills tiny
Chairman (or the
Itond Mount fll the District o( Wnl
men, ttUinil of Kaunl, vice P. L.
Tho Donid now consists n follow:
12. M. WVLS1I, Chairman;
F W. GLADE,
.C, N. ai'ENOEH,
Minister of thu Interior.
Interior Oltlco, Deo. '2.1, 181)0."
FottinoN Orricn, )
Honolulu, Due. 22, 1890. J
Ool. the llonorublo CURTIS PI
E1IU IAUKEA has tliis day been
appointed Secretary of thu Depart
ment 6f Foreign AJlairs.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
743 31-172 It
Sealed tonders will be received at
the Interior Oilico until SATUR
DAY, December 27th, 1890, ut 12
o'clock noon, fur furnishing to the
Insane Asylum the supplies named
iu tlio following schedules for the
term of six months from January 1,
Beef, Fresh 4,500 lbs
Reef, Corned 900 "
Reef, Primo G00 "
Bread, Saloon 400 "
Bread, Fresh Loaves 050 "
Biooms, Steamboat doz
Raking Powders -J case
Beans 1 bag
Coffee 100 lbs
Codfish 300 '
Flour 3J sks
Firewood 3 cordb
Ma tches 1 gross
Maccaroni and Vermicelli. .15 lbs ca
Meal, Oat and Corn 100 lbs
Onions 2 crates
Oil, Keroseno 5 cases
Pork, Corned . ,
Salmon, Salt. ,
Tobacco 2 kegs
Tea 1 box
Tomatoes, Canned 3 cases
Rran 5 bags
Middlings 5 bags
Rolled Barley 5 bags
Blankets 15 prs
Frocks and Pants (Cal. Over
alls) 15 "
Ilatb, Straw 15 "
"Shoes G "
Rids must be made for the items
of each schedule separately.
All supplies must bo delivered at
the Asylum in such (quantities as
from time to time required and sub
ject to the inspection and approval
of the Medical Superintendent or his
All tenders must bo endorsed,
"Tender for Supplies, Insane Asylum
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
InUrior Office, Dec. 22, 1890.
In accordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 188G.
All persons holding water privi
leges or thobe paying water rates, are
hereby notified that the water rates
for the term ending June 30, 1891,
will be duo and payable at tho office
of tho Honolulu Wator Works on the
fiitt day of January, 1891.
All biich rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Put tics paying rates will please
piotent their lat-t receipt.
Rates are puyablo at the office of
the Honolulu Water Works, in the
CHAS. II. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Deo. 20, 1890. 741 tf
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. U, 1890,
Holdum of Wator Privileges or
lnjjsa piiyingWtor Raton, mo hereby
nfitjllud llmt thu hour for utlng
twjyr or litigating purpoteiiuio from
0 mi g y'olQuk a. u unit 4 loOVoIook
Qhau, Jl, W1I.HUN,
tfUJiL IIOHW. Yunr WoiUt,
wjm I wtnyw WW m iKiwin n irn'mt iiWftnMifrr
OrncRorntK Doaiui or Hnmti,)
Hnnnlulu, Den. 2(1, ISM
Ponlmt tenilpi will he recalled nt
Hit nfllco until noon, TUM8DAY,
Duo. fit), lfiUO, for lhr ntccllon in
Honolulu of n y tnblo and CnllnRo
(Or tlio uo of Iho llroml, to bo On
Islicil liy tlio 10th of January, 1601.
Plans null poeinonllons tnuy be
fcou it the ollko of tlio Hoard.
The Uonrd dues not bind itself to
accept the lo est or any bid.
President Hoard of Health.
The above reward will be paid for
information which will lend to the
nrreBt nnd conviction of the parly or
parties who shot and killed Chong
It Sing, at Waimea, Ivnuni, on Dec.
12, 1890. C. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Dec. HI, 1890. 737 lm
For convenience in taking the
Census, the District of Honolulu
(Kona, Ouhu)i has heel) divided into
twenty sub-division, and tho follow
ing named persons have been ap
pointed to act as enumerators:
1 William Hunt.
2 H. W. Chamberlain.
3 Rose Davison.
4 Robert La very.
5 Mniy E. Green.
0 Louis J. Seott.
7 J. Camara.
8 G. II. Chaso.
9 C. F. Wolfe.
10 G. W. Kawananakoa.
11 Georgo Williams.
12 D. Kua.
13 E. McGeeney.
14 W. D. Alexander, Jr.
15 John Good.
10 J. P. Iwa.
17 Rev. S. Paaluhi.
18 Nahora Hipa.
19 J. S. Keawo.
20 G. J. Campbell.
A map showing the boundaries of
the respective sub-divitions can be
seen at the Census Office, on tho
second floor of the Government
CHARLES T. RODGERS,
r i hi
Pledred to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. 2G, 1890.
The United States chemists of the
Department of Agriculture are re
ported to have made a mo9t impor
tant discovery in sorghum sugar
production. It is that alcohol will
remove the amorphous bodies from
the juice without precipitating the
sugar. The chemists claim that the
product of sugar from sorghum will
be more than trebled by the new
process. Secretary Rusk says the
discovery seems practically to solve
the question as to the feasibility of
piofitably manufacturing sorghum
sugar in the United States.
As a layman, after reading Dr.
Lutz's letter, I find myself wonder
ing why the doctor should labor so
strenuously to create a panic. So
far as can be learned, after making
enquiry, the doctors of the city
stand divided in opinion as to the
nature of the disease, which Doctor
Lutz so confidently asserts to be
The tenor of the doctor's letter
leads one to think that he is labor
ing under some disappointment,
possibly because the Island did not
tip when he landed, and the tone of
the letter is so conceited that one is
led to believe that tho writer is
closely related to the man who lift
ed his hat whenever speaking of
XMAS AND NEW YEAR.
The latest and newest novelties
suitable for Xma9 and New Year's
presents, such as Oxidized Silver
Plaster Cases, Oxidized Silver La
dies' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Card Books, Oxidized Silver Jewel
Cases, Oxidized Silver Vinaigrettes
with Pin and Chain, Oxidized Sil
ver Match Safes, Oxidized Silver
Uignrctto Cases, Oxidized Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stamp
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
greut variety. We have received
an immense stock of Ladies' All
Linen Heinstlclied Handkerchiefs
(colored borders), which wu huve
decided to sell for only $2 per
dozen; they bunt anything in the
Handkerchief line; will be glud to
show lliuin to you ; big Imrguln for
the holiday, Wo aru prepared tft
show you the finest mid best select,
eil stock of Lmllcb', Misses', uml
Cliildum'b Trliniiii'd uml IJiiiriimiied
IJiUh, nil Hut Juti'bt Myitis u new
good. Also, ruujuiiihur our Omiul
Silver Olft Halo, Nilyur I'rowM
IP uvuryliqily t)Jio purchases jW.&O
worlli of good, (,'oinu nnd jmy im
u visit huforii inirulmslng uUunllurVi
UliAH, J. PJHIJj'.L,
Tlio Lending AJIIIInuiy IIqudu,
JJlHijer I'ort uml JeJ t(rpot,
twtwwK yf q wjflwy jyiy
tin in mm
tfruiuUtOi Die. 18, j)8i 5, 5,
Heavy snow storms hnvo been ex
perienced throughout the Middle
nnd Eastern States.
The con! miners' strike In Ala
bama Inn assumed a serious turn.
Tht iron workers agree to refuse to
work with coal "worked by convict
or scab tnincts if the strikers ask
them to do so. This would mean
that 3000 tuoro men will join the
ptrlkcrs. Already the strike has
seriously injured business.
Tho Tacomn (Washington) Coal
Company has just finished n drift
through 150 feet of granite, and it
is said a vein nine feet thick of al
most pure coal has been sttuck.
The vein has been traced for 10,000
feet, and the company estimates
that it contains over three million
tons, and that it nil can be mined
without trouble from water.
The markets are still depressed.
Many failures are repotted from dif
It is reported that tthe negroes in
Dakota have caught tin Messiah
ciaje and are holding nightly meet
ings. Gloom has fallen on the Demo
crats in South Carolina over the de
feat of General Wade Huinptoii in
the Senatoriol. contest. He was
beaten by the Farmer's Alliance
movement, a lieutenant of which,
John Laurens Manning Irby, was
elected. Democrats went round
with orape on their clothing and
tears in their eyes.
A aitBAT DISCOVERY.
Tho announcement is now made
that by the ingenuity of Mr. Em
anuel aluminum can be freed from
kaolin at a cost of about $2.50 a
ton, that price being 2000 times less
than by the Pittsburg process. As
there is now more demand in the
world for aluminum for mechanical
purposes than there is for gold, the
immensity of the field is realized
and the fortune open for the dis
coverer will be apparent.
Carl ITollz, an aged widower, was
murdered by his son Paul aged 16,
in Chicago, by cutting his jugular
vein. The youthful parricide told
the police his father had attempted
suicide. When the police reached
the house the old man was still alive
and wrote on a piece of paper,
"Paul Holtz did it." A few mo
ments before his death, when his
throat had been bandaged, to
the surprise of every one present,
the old man in hoarse tones, with a
finger pointing to his son, said:
"You have killed me, Paul, but you
can never enjoy tlie money, tiod
will punish you for this."
THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE.
At a meeting of committees of the
various commercial bodies of San
Francisco the recommendation was
indorsed which President Harrison
ma le in his annual message "that
adequate piovision be made by
Congress ut the present session to
insure the permanence of the Aus
tralian mail service from San Fran
cisco under tho American flag, which
is rendered doubtful by reason of
the refusal of Australia to contri
bute further to the cost and tho un
willingness of Now Zealand to ac
cept the entire financial responsi
bility ; also, that the maintenance
of direct mail communication with
New Zealand and Australia and the
adjacent South Pacific Islands is
necessary to the protection and de
velopment of American commerce."
THE INDIAN TllOUni.ES.
The famous chief Sitting Bull
with seven other Indians were killed
iu a fight with the Indian police.
Four policemen were killed and
three wounded. The police were
surrounded for some time, but main
tained their ground until relieved
by United States troops, who now
have possession of Sitting Hull's
camp, with all the women, children
and property. Red Tomahawk was
the one who killed Sitting Bull.
The Cheyenne camp has been
aroused by a courier with the news
that a party of fifteen men was be
sieged at'Daly's ranch. The courier
who brought the news had to make
a break thiough the Indians, firing
both pistols right and left and re
ceiving a bullet in his overcoat.
General Corr sent Major Tupper
with 100 men to the rescue.
. The west-bound express from
Halifax on the Inter-colonial Rail
way went thiough a luidgo at St.
Joseph dc Levis. The entire train
except tlio baggage car and engine
went down. A number of passen
gers weie killed uud many others in
jured, Thero is a rebellion of white peo
ple threatened in the NorthwcU
Tenitory. Tho Legislature lias re
fused to vote supplies to Governor
Hoyal, because of tho arrnguut man
ner iu which he is administering tho
affairs of tho territory. Tho people
threaten to take nmttorn into their
own liimds If thu Dominion Govern
ment will not grnnl prompt redress,
Arthur Hoyt Day vu Imiigtul t
Wellmiil, Out- for tho murder of
his wife, Hit committed hlguiiiy
nnd when thu necoiifl wife found
him nut hu pushed thu first "iiu over
, thu cliff ut Nliigiin. irin. im m
(or wllficijfeuil lliu minder anil r
evidence convicted thu liifimioUK
OiUwu (OiiL)i D-'umnlier J7.-
I), A, AiikcIi Muxiutui (,'qihuI l
1 MoMlnp nt li) mi lnvrlw Jlli
IfiJr M Wt(lonMiJ, o Hljowhi
mndo it priiprml for ubuer trn'lo re
Intlom benu'cn Cuuiuln and M&xIi-m,
looking eventually to the eslahlMi
mptil of reulpiociil trtulc. Thu 1'ro
iniur promlVeti tlio Oovcuiinont
would consider the proposition.
Cnplnlu Norton's life tiont, in
willed lie left America some mouths
ngo on a trip across tho Atlantic,
has been tdgnnllcd otf Gibraltar.
Tho Cnpliiln reported "all will,"
111 arrival ut Touluu is expected
At WiiuUbr, 18th, the statue of
the late Empi'tor Frederick of Ger-
nuitiv- ivna ntivulliwl liv llu Onnin
Tho.Prlncc of Wale and other mem
bers of the royal family were pre
sent. Mr. Gladstone has a cold.
Eighteen men fell into n coal
shaft at Horutt, Austria, by thu
breaking of the ropu and were
The Empress Augusta Victoria of
Germany gave birth to u son on the
17th. Emperor William was in the
theatre when informed of tlio event
and Immediately left for the Palace.
The announcement by the manager
to the audience was received with
There are local fights in Ireland
over the Parnell question. Pnrnell
is firing bombastic appeals for sup
port at the people.
The Paris Figaro has published
Russian advices slating that another
plot to murder the Czar has been
discovered. The conspirators were
mcmiiers or luc rsooiomeirs uuio.
Several Poles were arrested for
complicity iu the plot, and the club
house was closed.
Two lepers bare received injeo
tious of Dr. Koch's lymph.
TO CUT JAN FRANCISCO.
The Agents-General of AujtraU
sia had an interview withSir Charles
Tupper, Canadian Agent-General,
Dec. 1G. They promised to a-k
their respective colonial governments
whether they were prepared to as
sist the tegular linv of bteamers be
tween Vancouver, B. C, and Aus
tralia, which I lie Canadian Govern
ment is willing to subsidize hand
somely. LETTER FROM MAUI.
CrltlclHins (rC'Hnln ('iilom"PBr
tloiilni'u uf tlioKi-cent Hurtler.
Editor Bulletin :
After a well-earned vacation our
efficient and popular Police Justice,
Mr. Kepoikai, has relurned-to Wai
luku.. During Ins absence the Dis
trict Judge, Mr. Kealuha, lias ad
ministered law aud justice to us,
and it has again on this' occasion
been evident, how impractical and
absurd the law is, which prevents
District Judge from sitting on any
case, to wiucti a foreigner is a party,
when there is a Police Judge in the
A dispute which ended in an as
sault, look place between two pro
minent white mechanics. The as
saulted parly called on tlu police
authorities demanding a w at rant is
sued against the offender, but was
told that he would have to wait un
til the Police Judee returned, as the
District Judge had no jurisdiction.
This was undoubtedly correct, but
some days after the same Distriui
Judge committed for tiial to the
Supreme Court a Chinaman charg
ed with minder.
Muider is happily a rare crime on
Maui, but our peaceful community
was rudely awakened from it feel
ing of security by the wholesale
butchery which took place last week.
Last Tue day evening a house situ
ated near I lie re-ideuce of the Rev.
nr if. i 1 !.l I... !.!
Air. lvuiitue ami leuiipiuu o.y jin
nesc, wa-. enni 1 at about 9 p. in.
by a Cu111.111r.111, who with a ejuh
cracked the skull of one of the m
mates of the house and eseiip- d.
The three or four Chinese present at
the time of the assault claim ili.it
they tried to catch the man, but did
not succeed, neither did they make
any outcry or send any itiluiti.aMoii
to the police or fetch any upsislnuco
for the dying man.
On Wednesday, at 8 n. in., a
Chinaman entered a house iu Waf
ehu, where he found a blind, old,
native woman, on whom be indicted
severe wounds by a cane knife nnd
a club. Hearing people approach
ing he lied and went to the next
hbuse, wheic a blind man, an old
woman aud a girl were ai liomit
Immediately upon enter ng he at
tacked the man and intlicted several
wounds on his head, two of them of
such a character as to cause instant
death. He thereafter cut tlio md
woman in the head and hands hut
desisted when the girl jumped from
the veranda to the giouud and ran
screaming toward the ucighhming
houses. The inmates of the nearest
house were rushing out of the front
door to learn the cause of the
screams, when the murderer entered
from the back door. Thu men
turned round and pressing toward
him forced hlin back, and the door
was closed. One native armed with
a hoe run to thu buck of the house
uud attached the Chiuaiuaii ; n xhorl
light ensued between them, the
Chinusu iibing his chili and finally
breaking thu haudlu of thu hoe,
Another native hud in thu mean
tliuu (irunleil up to thu Chiiiutiian
and seizing hlii legs tlnew him to thu
ground, where hu soon was securely
tied. A iiiuii wuh Immediately ilea
patched to Wulliilui to notify thu
(Hillcn, uml thu Deput) Slieilff to
g( liter with thu doctor set out (or
the scene of thu ciline,
At IhU limn it pioiiiliunl Chlnri-u
III Wulliilui Inloinmlly told thu
hiiiily Hh.'ilff, (hut hu littil lien id
l Iiu t u C'luiiHiimii lliu night huforu
hud iift'ii Wllu'l or Mivwuly InjuiKil
in u liuijku nnr lliu livur, Tim
ulhVr wmI tliu dnotoi ilru to ihu
linilfcit. Mlil'iu Hip (J!ilnnmi) wbmhIiI
.in Ittlnit. fmtn tiiMi ho Minitly
alter tiled. Tln un inure than
iwelvn Iiiiiim nfior tho nisnult Imd
been riuninltteil, hut still none of
tlio Chluesu wIlni'sMhg the urlino
Imd taken nnv notion Iu tho nmlter.
Anlvluu in Wttichti the Slieilff nod
doctor found the situation no nlinve
described. An inquest ii held
over tho dead mini, and tho deposi
tions of the uoiimb'd women, hit
were properly onivd for, wore writ
ten dowi, while the intiiderer uns
locked up. No inquest uas held
over the ileutl Chiiiiiiiiiui, "as it of
ceuisu must have been' thu same
man who committed both u.uidcis."
The Chinese who witnessed the kill
ing of their country man hurried up
and identified the muideier, which
of course was to bu expected, parti
cularly if they lintl a bund iu it
The muiderer was sent to Hono
lulu by the steamer Claudinc and u
claini of Insanity nil! probably bo
set up for his defense.
It is notewoitliy that no inspec
tion or reguhiliofi of our po-
liee force has hecn made dur
ing the last three or four ad
ministrations; our present govern
ment may perhaps deviate from what
seems to be the rule, and let the
proper authorities take a run nrouud
the islands, and for a change, say,
order our police force to be on duty
in the night and sleep in the day
time, instead of vice versa, as it
has been. Looegk-ok.
Maui, Dec. 22d.
WASlilil ,T0H RELICS.
i.dralnla(rnt(ii-H Utile ut Ettfau or
tli I'mIIilt r Ills Citutili-y.
Philadelphia, December 1 1th.
The sale of the valuable collection
of effects of George Washington
mid his executor and nephew, Law
ruce Lewis, and grand-nephew,
Loriiizo Lewis, was begun here last
night by order of II. I. D. Lewis,
mlmiuistrator of the estate of Lor
enzo Lewis. The effects consisted
uf George Washington's private ac
count books, letters, documents and
peisOnal effects kept l3' relatives as
mnmeutos. A letter fiom Wash
ington to Lewis was bought by
Aldtich for S.I 10. The same pur
chaser paid S760 for the last memo
runoum book of Washington, which
the General wrote in up to a lew
days before his death. A letter
from Washington advocating the
abolition of slavery brought 8880.
A small private mcinoiauduin book
brovght 8400. Six tickets of the
Delaware lottery, pin chased by
Washington, aud the memo
randum bearing their numbeis
in Washington's handwriting,
brought 8200. The picture of Betty
Washington, painted by Williston,
the oiil. portrait of her known to be
in existence, brought S365. A fruit
knife and foik biought Slo; pearl
buttons from Washington's cbat 811
each, nnd other ui tides offered
biought similar pi ices. Altoge her
150 ai tides were sold. The total
sum realized was 8884-1.
Philadelphia, December I2ih At
last evening's sale of the Washing
ton relici ot the L-i.'ieV Mount Ver
non Association, "Henry llornu's
Looc Il'iils," Edinburgh. 1787,
with Wiisliinglnu'H autograph on the
litle p'lge. was knocked down for
885; "lleivey's Meditations," Lon
don, 1750, with four autogiaphs "Tf
Lady Washington, tho Gemjat's
mother, sold for 877 ; " Llie Female
Spectator," three vulnmes, w:ij pu
chased fur St'ualoi Hearst of (Jali
fornia for $1(S0 per volnuie. Martha
Washington's Bible, U00 copper
plates, piiuted 178!), John Stuart,
was bouirht tv .Mitdiell, a New York
bookseller. Tor S7G0. The book
eoutaiiiH two figmitures of Martha
Wellington a-(I the -family record
ol Lewis. Martha Wasiiintiton's
fun ivory, steel and lace was sold
to ISenj.miin T. Cable of New York
Ifaiiiii'iictii'iirs' SIiob- C'n'y.
ALL account! overdue uml of nix
innnih-i' Blaiiiliug, If not settled
at mice, will hi' pl.teed In ihu haiuls of a
collretor for I'lilicetlon.
We will conehh r It a ppcclnl favor hi
our lileniN to ffltllu pioinplly ou the
ll of, I unary, Iblil
MAN IJI-AUTUHUItS' gllOU CO.
Iloiiolulu, Dee. -n, m, . in. hi
K i Ill'tWUUU uuo
lUMullii mull Ii ilil lifllili) 'ID
i ur o lliu
will U" mmmM Jiii
Auction Sale! by J mi on F, Morfj.tn
Valiuii Billing LOTS!
On SATUUPAY, iTati. tOMi,
,rr lit oM-i.iH'it rcnor;.
At my Saleroom, Qttpen street, I will
tell ut Pnlii c Auction,
16 Flic BUILDING LOTS,
Situated at Knlihi, adjoining the kit
niehauielni Schools and fronting on
The Lots aro on rising' ground on
tlio lunuka side of tho t-licel, and are
all covered witji gracs and trees, and
command a "magnificent view of
Honolulu and the surrounding coun
try. Water is ut pn-ponl laid on
from the Kaniehamoha School pto-
The healthful situation nnd uear
iioss "to tho King-stieel Chip, com
bine to make these the most dexir
ublo Lots offered for sale.
one-half at 7 per
A map of tho property can bo seen
ut my Salesroom, where nil further
information can be obtained.
There will be sold at Public A net Ion at
the depot, lu Peail City, Ewa
On S .TUtCDA.Y, Dec. &7th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31..
8 pair Working Oxen & Yokes,-
7 lot Bullock Chains,
iixtui Iron Hows,
7 dm. Wheelbarrows,
2 doz. Picks,
1 doz. Shovels,
1 Portable Forge,
3 Large Seats, Bio., Ho.,
JUomprUlng a complete outfit
coutraetors ou load woik
Ti:it3ii nt t.i,i:,
Have in stock
and for sale 1
Ot the latest style.
ALSO, A FINK LINE OF
Carriage aod Buggy Harness,
ROBES and SUPPLIES.
On nnd after January 1, 1891, any
parcel not exceeding 10 lbs, in
weight, ligibly adtlretfc,ed,and having
a parcel stump ullixeil to it, will be
reeeived by the conductors (or dri
vers if no conductor) of any of tho
Company's cars for eonvoyanco to
any point on the lines. Persons to
whom Biich parcels are addressed
may meet the earn and claim the
p.ircels; or in tlio event of their not
lining so tlio parcels will be depo
sited at tlio nearest rpcoiving bta
lion. Arrangements have been made to
depoMt pin eels at Wni Cliu'n, the
UliincbO store at the Palunia teinii
mis; the Chinese moicb at Pauoa
teiininiiH, Rillo Uunpe, u.irner of Pu
mill n and Boretnnia , (-ticetH, Old
Waikiki, Lone Brain h uml Wnikiki
Biidgo; itlro, ut the i rivhloniiiit bur
noxt Levey's, on Piii -tn- t.
No parcel will In received unlcrs
ftauiped, and no portion of tlio stamp
uitibt bo detached. A stamp witli
any part thoieof detuched will not
PAJtUEL TICKETS may bo pur
eliiihed at the rate of 1.03 for ten, at
tlio btnics of the Hawaiian Now Co,
and T, O, Tin inn ; or at tho Com
pauy's olllee, at Piiiuihou, at 1.
gmr r.ueeH will on ciuiieu on
tiioly ut coiihiKiior's rUk, 7-11 lw
NI'J Ilrown Sorrel
miinll "mo (, QvvtV,
imwiidcd hy riiiini
lug (nine to
(JATTJJC HAMS I
will hu Mild nl IViiL
p.il, Miuil, hy puhllu
llliuiluii, , 69 huml,
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muie or )mi
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No, 92 'FORT ST
Arc now showing n t.nrgo New
Stock of Ootids Millnblo Mr the
Holidays ciiinpiUIng Dlamonil
Jcwolry ofjill klmUi Ilronclics,
Eiitihigs, Uincelut, lliiiiglc",
l.uee mid Sjcnif Plu, Itlngi,
Lndlos1 aud Gent' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains. Vnjlve.lewelrv, Clock;,
SI'Ti'rwiiiuJGolil llo.uled "hum,
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lr Prices within thercoeh
of all. Give ns a call. 723 1m
Is called to the laigo stock of
Now ou hand and to atrlvo on the
They comprise everything to bo had lu
many various linos.
OF ALL KINDS,
Sterling Silvefilaletf am,
Wnt olios, Oloulca,
Mounted lu Gold & Silver,
Et.., Ktc., Ete.. Etc.
OSy Store w 111 bo open .evenings for
two weoks previous to ( brlsttuus.
727 3w H. F.WI3HMAN.
I have just received a large assortment
oi is uw uoous BiutaDie lor weuutni; and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns ;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Lifien Cloth in sets,
DamasGC Table Cloths,
In all sizes with NapUbiH to match
design, etc., etc , etc.
3" TliPn Good1, are all Imported by
me direct from the manufacturers and
aru gunr.uiteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf V. O. SPfltOUJX.
Wm. G. Irwin, President (to Mnnager
Cl.uis Spreckelu Vice-President
Walter M. Glffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Audltoi
AGENTS OK TUB
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Estimates Given on 'hick,
& Wooden Buildings.
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Mai hie Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Bench & Santa
Quarry Tliuu (1x0-red, white mid blunt
Mlnton, Phibtlu mid Kiicniuilo Tliuu In
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tcy Owwn Southeast corner Alu
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