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Oceanic Slnaoisi Uomu'y.
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Alameda Dec 13.... Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Luuvu Duo at
ZunliimUu l)ec 21 .. Jun 10
kiitraliei Eail Service
FK SAN FUANCISCO,
The Now niul Finis Al Steel Steamship
Of tlu Oceanic Steamship Company will
1 ilui at Honolulu tioin Sydney
untl Auckland on or about
Jan. 10, 1891.
Ami will leave for the nbove port with
mulls mid passengers on oi
about 1 1 mt ilate.
(.of For freight or passage, having
upoilor accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN
& CO.. L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tins New and Fine Al Stcol Stoainshi
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company w ill
be due at Honolulu from San
FraneIco on or about
Dec. 20, I8S0.
And will have piompt dispatch with
mails anil passengers for
the aboo poits.
Eg?" For fielght or passage, having
upurlor accommoUations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
F ne Upholstering & Bedding
All oiders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In ipuuitltles to suit at lowest pi Ices.
tSf" Office; Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 10u3uTELEPH0NEStar Bell 414
HI KING bTKKKT.
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager
Wholesale & Retail Butchon
1 ho lletl LijiioIi in Town,
Tun ami Ooflbo at 11 Houre
'I'llO I'lllOkt UlUlllU 111
AlWUf Mil MlllMl.
74 King H.-JmJ
Siii-AiiMl v ConptitM
To be held on their Itnngo,
hnuikl, ICiug stmct,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891
Al 9 o'clock a. ni. sharp.
GOVERNOR D0MIN1S CUP.
Valued at 6100. for the highest aggre
gate score in matches Nos. 1, !i aud a,
to become the property of the minks
imiu winning it tlueo times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 1SS0, by ,T. Biodie, M. D.
Won .lanuary 1, 1887, by Wm. Unger.
Won July 2J, 1887. by J. G.Rothwell.
Won January 2, 18S8. by C.B Wilson.
Won .uly 4, 1888, by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, ISSi), bv J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jau. 1, 181)0, by 0. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st prize Cup presented by J. Brodie,
ml prize Gold Pin presented by
Mis. C. II. Nieholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of tho Association 1st and
2nd piies to become the property of the
marksmen winning them tlnee times at
the regular meetings of the II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards-: rounds, 10; any
militaiy rille under tlie rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 91.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by J. H. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 8 100; also, a second prize
of So; thiidpiize, $2.r0. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pio
peity of the maiUmnn winning it three
times nt the legular meeting of the II.
11. A. ; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yard langcs; any military rille under
the rules; limited to one cntry-for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 91.
Won July 5, 8SG, by J. Biodie, M.D.
Won .1 miliary 1, 1887, by W C. King.
Won July 2a, 1887, by.J. G. Kotbwell.
Won January 2, M8S, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 18S8, by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Kotbwell.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by C. B. Wilson.
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $150. Competitois limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest nggicgate score
at 200 and iiOOyaids; 10 louuds nt each
distance; any military rille under the
lilies; to become the piopcity ot the
marksman winning it three times at
icpular meetings of tho H'. It. A. En
trance fee, $1. '.
Won July 4, ISbO, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustace.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by tho winner until his score is beati'ii
at any tegular meeting of the II. It. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
10 i omuls nt 500 ami 000 yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 188S, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won January 2U, 1SS9, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. U M.S. Huiciiitlt
Won July 4. 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Pieacnted by Hon J. A. Cummins;
2nd pi ize 2.50 To be shot for at 200
aud 500 yaids. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never wou u llrst class piize. To be
come too propetty or tue marksman
winning it three' times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Wou July 4, 1889, by C. Hustace, Jr.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Directors
of 1891. Open only to members of the
II. It. A., who havo never made aio
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become the piopcrty of
the mniksiiiaii wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; tounds 10; Military
lillo; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
title. Unlimited entiled. No hair oi set
niggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Tickets, r0 cents each ; entitling holder
to lire 0 shots at this tat get. 7" percent
of total receipts in this match to be
a wm ded pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
'8 inch bullo-oyo).
f0 yards. Open to all comers. All
pistols or i evolve not less than !I2
calibre allowed. Tickets, 00 cents
each; entitling holdeia to Urn 5 shots at
this laiget. 76 percent of total tccolpts
in this match to bo awarded pro tutu to
total number of bulls-eyes,
i X. O ITIZEN'S Al A'J'01 1.
Homo very valuable pi wen, .mil a
pii.o for nveiyhody. Any rlllu; 10
round.; ilRiaiicti,200yaids, No hair or
et lliggeu or tulusconlo nights idlowed,
Entile unlimited, Kiitiniici) fee, 81.
All ineiubmcof tho Aknonlatlmi who
limn iniiilo over N) per I'eiii, nt uuy gnu
ii al Hireling of Urn II. li, A, will vol be
nllmu'il hi I'uiiiitiilui
No culilm will bu Hindu lief nut the
iliiy of I Ihi mulch, mid miiiiii will
tlionl ni'coiilliig lu Hiu number on their
Uoillllllllmiuii UllUuiifr' I'lleiil
K;o wm ut,
V. 0. I'AIIKK.
J, U, HliHIWKI,l.i
HE WAS WROUGHT UP.
Sill Slule ii f Ml ml Into Which n Mitlno
Ynntiff ainn ffm Thronm.
Tills la about n young man who lives
in tho Pino Treo stato. This is a young
rami of very deep feelings When ho gets
his mind set on n thing it takes a strong
hold on him. His is one of those intense
natures that can brook no opposition
Yet up to tho timo of which 1 writo lie
had always been noted for looking upon
tho bright sldo of things ono of your
real bright optimists, who consider that
overy cloud has nt least n German stiver
lining. Well, this young man had center
ed his nffectiouB upon n young lady in
tho village, nnd on numerous occasions
offered his escort on rides nud to parties.
Theso wero so uniformly and firmly re
fused that ho at length brought matters
to n head by nslting tho lady point
blank why she l of used his attentions.
"Becauso," said sho, "1 am engaged to
another man, and do not think it would
bo right to go about with you."
Tho young mnn sat stupefied for a mo
ment, too absolutely stunned for words.
Then his former bright nature forsook
him, ns ho looked, shuddering, down
tho long black vista of tho years that
confronted him. Not ono ray of light
gleamed athwart the said vista not a
glim. The clouds all seemed to bu lined
with black alpaca. Turning his mourn
ful gaze upon tho object of his soul's
worship, this ono timo light hearted,
but now desolate man brought forth a
groan from his inmost being, and said
in a voice that tremblingly told of his
deep feeling in tho matter:
"Abigail. I would rather have given
five dolhus than havo had this thus."
Ho Knmr What Ho Wnntetl.
Customer I would liko to look at your
Dealer Yes, si$l You want a good
heavy ono. I suppose?
Customer No; let me see a nice light
one, such as would give my wife some
gentle exercise. I donT want her to
work too hard. Chicago Inter-Ocean.
A Client Itofiirtiu.tlnu.
Hojack Do you know that Cubbage
Passifer OuUbage tho ice man?
'1 hadn't heard of it. What has ho
"Ho has stopped selling ice and opened
a faro bank." Chicago Intor-Ocean.
Homo Tor Recuperation.
Mr. Blobson I thought I saw your fa
ther on tho street this morning, Johnny?
Johnny Dnmpsey Yes, sir, you did.
Mr. Blobson Homo from his vacation
so soon, is he?
Johnny Dnmpsey No, sir, only homo
for a littlo rest. Ho goes back day after
11 o Wuntcil to Know.
"Every time 1 havo beou hero." said
the man who is hard to please to the
barber, "you havo asked mo if tho razor
hurt me. Wliat did you do it for?"
"I er I," stammered the tonsorial
functionary, evidently at a loss, "I jes'
wanted ter know, dat's all." Washing
Something Must Ho Done.
Captain Desertions aro getting alto
gether too common in this company.
Doublo tho guard to-night.
Sergeant But there's only ono man fit
to do guai d duty left in the company.
Captain Well, double him up then.
Only a Littlo Way.
Young Housekeeper (about to give a
dinner, anxiously) What goes with canvas-back
Her Husband (who did the marketing)
Well, my dear, a five dollar bill goes a
littlo way with them. Harper's Bazar.
"What's that?" asked tho guest as tho
waiter brought writing lmrteritils with
tho lobster salad and cucumbers.
"1 thought you might want to write
your will beforo you eat, sir," replied tho
thoughtful man. Harper's Bazar.
Not So Uoinurlcubla After All.
"I kept a diary for four years."
"And didn't writo a line on ono of the
pages." Harper's Bazar.
So They Are. .
Larkin What do you think of the
electric light wires?
Gilroy Oh, they aro just killingl
There Ho Thrown mill Thruoi.
A woman's throw always causes in a
man a throe of pain particularly when
she throws him over. Soinerville Jour
nal. A Knowing Parrot.
Ho Does 'oo lovo 'oo darling?
She Just des 1 do.
Intelligent Parrot (in deep nasal voice;
-Oh, we've all been there before, Life.
Tho Voiiiik I'oet of Vniii)n.
Tliero was a ) oung ioet lu Wcmysa
Who urlix, "Oil, huw awful It vneinyu
Whin anluci lat ut nlfht
Mfly ovlry to write,
And nwuUt)iiln' Hud '(U hut drttauiyuil"
A Hlury f J"h llllllnu,
A few yearn ngo, riding up town in a
Mndlson nyemio car, I wan wntod oppo
dito tliu gentloiiimi who in k1 remoiii
iHirod in Johh Blllliigs, Tliu rwir plat
f oi in was boiiiuwlmt crowded, imd in (he
course of our rldo imo of tliu jiiwueiigeni
lowd oil mid oil nyvunil llnien til order
toinuWt tliu Indy puM)iigein, Finally,
when llu rur wan Jut uoinfoiliihly
(Hied, mid lliiiroiiili'Miw gunlli'iiimi Imd
Inkou hU wnt Hindu, Jwli I1IIHiik. ww
jntfHiP'orliviii) for lolie, liwfkimwl
Ui lliu wii'lunlor, mid poluUiitf toUie
"Don't you ctmrg for tTryndoo
"Yes, sir," answered he,
"Well, Pro seen that follow get oh
this car six times, and you haro collected
only ono faro from him." Harper's Mag
azine. A Ollmpt llehlnJ Mi iet.
Looks warm, doesn't he?
Ho does, reader. He is warm. He is
that graceful poet, Alaric Stillwater
Mallows, writing a sleighing song for
tho Christmas number of a popular pub
lication. At this moment ho is trying
to find a sultablo rhyme for "iciclo."
Ho Wtun't Sure.
Ono of the delegates to a late cattle
breeding oonferenco told this story on
himself. At ono of tho hotels a man
takes the hato of the guests as they go
into the dining room, and hands each
man Ids hat without hesitation or mis
take as ho comes out.
"How did you know," asked the won
dering delegate, "that this was my hat?"
"1 didn't know it wuz your hat," wai
the quick response; "I only know it
wuz tho hat you guv me." Chatter.
Poor Pnstnl FncllltUt.
Mr. Stathome How did you ilk it
at Land's End, Miss Comeback?
Miss Comeback I hated it
Air. Stathome Why?
Miss Comeback The postal facilities
are so frightful
Mr. Stnthonie I thought you iUid a
stage ran out there twice a day.
Miss Comeback Well, it does, but it
only brought two males all ths time 1
was there. Boston Times.
Country Housewife (to husband about
to start for town with farm products)
Joshua, the ducks are all drensed and
ready for market.
Joshua Tio a bit of canvas to each of
their backs. Marier: everybody isshoutin'
for canvas bucks nowaday. Texas Sitt
Hayseed Why, what in the world has
happened to you? You look all broke up.
Bughmer Yos, I have been taking too
Hayseed In what way?
Bughmer Tried to jump a claim in
Idaho. West Shore.
A Chestnut Crnclccd.
"I wish," she murmured, "that you
would tell mo that story again: the one
that you said was original."
"Did you think I told it -well?" he in
"Yes; I never heard it told better in
all my life." Washington Post
Whnt Stnilo Illro Ijltt.
Wife Why, Thomas, you said you
would be homo ot 0 o'clock, and here it
Is atter a
Thomas Easy 'nough 'splained, my
dear. 1 rode up on (hie) 'lectric car, an'
(hie) 'lectricity stopped my watch.
One Wny at Tuttlnc It.
The convolution had turned on Alad
emoiselle Three Stars, who resembles a
skeleton, when some one said that she
had lately grown piito stont.
"You i-i'.-iii." said her best friend, who
was pre. ut 'that she Is less thin."
V II ii ('nninlliiKMitf
"Did you teud my poem?"
"Pleased with it?"
"Now, I don't mean to flatter j u
I don't tliink.I'll soon read anything
it again." Philadelphia Times
"It is fute," said tho young nflleer. as
he saw the footprints in the snud.
"Thrue, but ungrammutie.il." said
Maj. O'Dowd. "Ye should have said.
They aro fate.' "Harper's Magazine.
"What became of that tremendous
mosquito you had here yesterday Kill
"No. I drove him around to th
pound." New York Sun. ,
Miss Beachcomb The eon ntri are de
lightful. Mr. Billows Perhaps o, but they
can't compare with tho sea heirehsos.
Tbi n Inter la tho bettor's ttr.m.
In full tho nlmtcrSi rlnxj
Tho hummor'o tor the teachera mad,
Tlif dancer lores tho spring.
Tommy My dad's had the small box
an' tho loerin' trimmin's.
Jimmy My dad's bad the monks an'
Jacky My mam's got symptom I
hcerd the doctor say so.
(Utter discoiuQturo of Tommy and
Jimmy,) Chicago Tribune,
Fullur Information Mot So UeelmbU,
Little Johnny Mnmmo wanU yoa to
comu to tea to-night.
Mibs Pnasoo That's a nlco littlo fel
lowI blmll bif delighted. Did your
mamma say anything else, dear?
"Yost shotaid she u'postd she might as
well have it done with." Wostborough
(Miisb.) TrlbiJUVt . .
lie I'ortfot IMuiMir.
"But, Tom dear, where li the big
trout you wild you caught?"
"Oh, tlmt ouol Why yw. of courw
well, 1 took that (rout, and it looked
bo good I cooked It and at It on tho
sH)t. And Hpeuklnif of eating, Maude, J
wlh yuu'd hurry up lmt dliinir I
liuven't hud a iiuiulliful all duy."
And IliPH Mnu(e for th flut Umi
doubtud Mt Hiuiuwu) tnmy,M.M'
Pt BV selPf
Hartford Fire Insurance Go.
Anglo-No vada Assurnnoo Corporafior
(Firo and Marino)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Thames & Money Marine Ins. Co
Assets SO 124.057
Now York Life Insur uicf Co,
Asst, $L 5 Of3 600.96
Ocnurii! Agent, Huw n I iltunlc
CASTLE & COOKE
General Merchandise !
Life, Fire & Marine
3i H)N M ULl) li t ns"
WEMER & CO.
NO. OS ITOllT S'XVUKIiJT.
Constintly on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewelry. Watches
Gold nud Silver Plated Ware, &c.
A. G. SILVA,
5 & 57, Hotel Street.
Purnitnre,Matting & CarpetLaid
tSf Fine Upholstering and Bedding
a specialty June lG-6m
BLOWN LEGHORNS 1
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sa:e. guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
plolanl Park; Mutual Tele
L" ROM this date Mr. Win. LMiinan
I? will sign our linn name by pio
curatiou. G W. MACFaRLANK & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25. 1890. 719 tf
From and after this date we
will not be responsible for any
freight after sami: has been
landed. Paities to whom
fi eight Is consigned must beat
the lauding to lrcoivo ilndi
WILDr.K'S d .'-. ''o.
Honolulu. Sept. 5. 1H90 ""0 tf
I.f. i-lnliu-inis to lots in ICapiolnni
l'.i K. -iiiinte between tiuvpolnu
bHuw speeilleil, mu hereby n quested to
ex. libit ill' i leases or evldenee of sueh
own ifciilp. in the iiudorsi-jiieil tt "in. .
in tinier I" pr vein ihe li p"S-.il I -an
Int.- to lUCM-nt itppllraul?, viz:
1st Minnie on inaiika main avenue be
tween the pre.ml-es occupied by Jus.
Dndd and the propel ty and home
stead of J .Tines Campbell. Num
buied on Park map from S5 to 89
2d Situate on inakal main avenue be
tween the premises and homestead
formeily occupied by G. W. Mac
farlaue and the property of James
Campbell. Numbered on Park map
from 9u to 100 inclusive.
By Older nfjtbe Board of Directors.
W. M. GIFFARD, .
TS7 2w Ser.ly Knplolanl Paik Asso.
.vIRECT from Egypt, a consignment
nf Diilinn. (IniiHaln Jk Uci.'h Hi'n-
nine Eirvptiau Cigarettes, made from
- "'- -., w. m.v..w r. ..
tho choicest Tuikish tobaccos. The
above brand Is tho olgaretto of Europe
anil ihe Continent. Try a sample.
Wholesale orders filled. For sale at
California Fruit Market.
P. G. OAMARINOS,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
BEAD THIS I
FOR every 150 Hawaiian or other
Pacific Islands' Stamps received, I
will post four 1 ngllsh illustrated ptipeis
tier week for a mouth, or will send one
.of the latest English, French, German
or Spanish novels, btunips of other
countries sent in exchange for those of
Hawaii. All manner of ui tides sent In
exchange for used postage stamps and
postcaula under specnil arrangements,
Importer, Wlthliigton, Nr. Manches
ter, England. 7U5 1in
NOTICE to AltOIIITEOTS I
GROUND and Elevation Plans for u
Hullou' llomu Ilulldlng to bu
elected on the site ri E. uoiuurof Ala
ken mid llulekaiilla htreets, JH'J ft. on
Alakett utroet, uud 90 ft. frontage res
neiillvely, aro uskud for, to lie liaiuled
hi to the iiiidiiinlgiiL'i) on or hufoiu Fcb
nmry I, IbW.
A pilzunl 9'M will he awaidml for
(lie bvH pluu uud a piUo o fiQ foe the
ccoihI ben plan mbinlllitil,
Ma For imilluiiliiumiiily to
" .a . .i.'.lil iiinik.
r. a, nwiiAr.i'jwii
I kl ftlitf IP
I. W, pAMUN.
HAVE ,JUST OPENED OUT A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted Novelties Traveling
Oases, Toilet & Smoker's Sets,
EDISON 'ALKING DOLL?,
And Dolls of uvory othct description. Also, a fine lino of
Children's Books, Hew Garrus,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa CnsliioB. in Sill & Urn, Toys for tie Million.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
LADY OF THE PERIOD
Telephones, No. 119.-
Hustace, ICing Street
Having leased tho stoics in the brick building known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, ami having disposed
of that poition of my block d. imaged by the laid" lire, and being
in li'ceiptof New Goods, pir l.iut ateninor, and moio on" tho way, I
am piopared to fill nil iileis as bi foic. Thjuiking the ublicfor-
tho liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past m.vuii years, I
hope by prompt attention to all oidcrs to nioi it a continuance of the
tamo. At tho now stand shall bo pleased to tee all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones as may lind it to their advantage to
call. Island oiders solicited and faithfully executed.
LEWIS & CO.,
.HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. fiom California fre'bh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oybters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Ciosse fe Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Biand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakeb and Cicam Wheat Flakes-, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oicgon Buihauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
-. jtifsfaofciou. Twa"rSrViit3ocl.
"iMnd Bliwli." Now.
Br-ymgSIJWFfJ1" f " J OlttE!lZlMsssWssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW
IssssssH JibBHsssHQ MFfX X"sssfr afflfTMssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW
iiramte, iron ana V m W are !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
kVATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIE, CGPrfEB A.ED
98 Sheet Iron Work
Telephones, No. 175
UUlOli FEED CO.
-OFFER AT BED
CALIFORNIA HAY, OATS, BRAN,
OIL OAKK MB 'L, LINSEED MEAL,
BAHLEY, ROLLED BARLEY,
MIDDLING GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT AND CORN
FLOUR 174 It ii Golden
P. O. Box 115.-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
Now (liiodb i ecu! veil by ovoiy pnul.ut fiiiin Eiirtein
Frobli t'allfiniiia I'mmIiico by uvory
to mid CJiiDdtf iliillvi'icd tti uuy pait of
(dlt'ti'il. HiiUMnuHim guariiiiini'ii
CHANG K of HICHIDICNCIC
lluniiinoviiil fioin Foil niruut to llo-
liullo I.iiiih, I'iiIiiiiiii
Owwv. IIdhiihi u a. m. in I J m. mid t
V, M. (11 li '. W,
Mutual COU"wUI.EIJIIONtti-llill 470
No. 10 Store
-P. O. Box U72.
-P. O. Box 297.
Ill Foit Street,
SC5 fc OT Kinjr i-i-'m.
Cor. Edinburg &.Qucen Sts.
Giito & 8uliims-a
-Tolopliono No. 92.
McilTYE & Bi0.,
HliilcM mid Kiiifitui,
rMiniiinr, All oiduiu Initliiiilly iilleni
tliu city fieo of olmrgo,
A, JI. UABISAI ANN.
Mookb ndo', l'liprr-niloi it
lio k Mti'Ufa turcr.