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Th above reward will lie puid. for
information which will lead to the
arrcft nnd conviction of tho party or
parties who shot and killed Clmng
It Sing, nt Wnlmcu, Knuni, on Dec.
12, 1890. C. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Dec. 1G, 1890. 737 lm
In accordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 1880.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates, nre
hereby notified that the water rates
for tho term ending Juno 30, 1891,
will be due nnd pnyablo at tho ofllce
of tho Honolulu Water Works on tho
first day of January, 1891.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will he subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Hates are payable at the ofllce of
the Honolulu Water Works, in tho
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1890. 741 tf
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, are hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes aro from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
C. N. SrENCEit,
Minister of tho Interior.
Sale of Lease of Government
Lands in North Kohala,
On TUESDAY, January 27, 1891,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Halo, will he sold
at public auction, the leases of tho
following Government Lands in North
Kohala, Hawaii :
Opihipau Containing an area of
479 44-100 acres.
Upset price, $336 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
JIukinn Containing an area of
241 7-100 acres.
Upset price, $109 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 27, 1890.
Sale ol Government Land at
Omiopio, Kula, Maui
At 12 o'clock noon, on MONDAY,
January 19, at the fiont entrance of
Aliiolani Hale will be sold at public
auction a piece of Government land
situate at the upper end of Omuopio
in Kula, Maui, containing an area of
391 8-100 acres, a little mor or less.
Upset price $1000.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
i- n h:
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But etlablished for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, DEC. 30, 1890.
New Year's will be a cold day for
There is a deadlock in the Idaho
Legislature on the U. b. Senatorial
question, to which the Republicans
M'i'in to have lobt the combination.
To-moirow will be Queen Kapio
lanl's fifty-fifth birthday. Her Ma
jesty is exceedingly popular with
foieignera as well as Iter owi people,
Long life and continued happiness to
(lie Queen I
An English editor declared that
woru tliun u bundled umbilicus
Wilburs luivo already mitten Uvea of
Gludbtoiiu mid uru quietly waiting
for U) u "CJnuid Old Mun" to dlu so
limy cud bjtrimj llielr noilt upon lliu
ut. i, . .
It js uiiilurnooil ilmt f uw Un
Hid sculi runs tlirl duilutf Ujp ww'
I!moi)s nwr lliu tcul ll.liorlus, Kuu
rmry Jllulnu Ims iimile iiji jijs mluil
In Hul Hip pI iijjqii )ip Dmww
lie ULPjujily uiif) uiqkiJH li" ?K"ll'
huii wniii jtfi Wis mi J'ml'hmUl
President Harrison lias done n wlso
thing In deciding not to send n pc
clnl message to Congress on the i
financial sltiintlon. Financial quos- ,
tlons generally settle themselves, If
lot nlono ; and in most countries olll
clnt meddling with national flnnnuo j
policy during nu Impending crisis I
menus party disaster. i
Argentine Republic will withdraw ;
her Minister from Switzerland in or- !
der to economize. If Hawaii would
only take tho
hint and withdraw n
baker's dozen of her representatives
abroad, many of whom arc worse
than useless, she would bo practising
the proper economy at exactly tho
right timo. The fact is Hint repre
sentatives in the United Stntes nnd
England arc all that we nre likely to
bo practically interested in for many
Mr. Turner of the United States
Coast Survey last summer notified
the managers of the Hudson's Bay
Company that their northernmost
station was upon American territory,
in place of being located in British
Columbia as generally believed. Tho
managers of the English company
immediately moved Rampart House,
the station in question, some thirty
miles from its former location and it
is now situated upon British soil, and
hence from the date of removal un
der British protection. It is a ques
tion as to how any disputes which
might arise under tho old location
would be settled, whether by British
or American precedent.
The United States Government
seems quite in earnest in regard to
coast defenses and naval construc
tion. Two evidences of the single
ness of purpose in carrying out the
doctrine of "millions tor defense"
can be seen in the determination of
the Secretary of the Navy to con
struct a new cruiser called the "Pi
rate," until oillcially named, which
will be the swiftest and most de
structive commerce destroyer afloat.
The further determination of the
United States to establish a large and
complete ordnance plant at Benicia,
California, to supply the new navy
and coast defenses of the Pacific sta
tions with all kinds and divers man
ners of destructive engines, points in
the same direction. There seems but
little doubt a few yenrs hence will
sec the United States tho best de
fended nation on tho globe, with es
pecial provisions made for tho pro
tection and occupation, if needs be,
of the North Pacific Ocean and the
Isthmus Canal. There is this about
it: the more defenses tho United
States builds at home or throws into
the Pacific, the brighter will be Ha
waii's commercial outlook and tho
more tranquil will be the chances of
our political future.
Our correspondent who signs him
self "One Who Has Wrestled,"
presumably with one of the census
blanks, writes rather severe strict
ures elsewhere concerning the man
agement of the census for 1890. We
do not intend to enter into a discus
sion on the merits of the case; in
fact caunofc do so, as investigation
must precede comment, if justice is
to be done. If, however, what is al
leged by "One Who Has Wrestled"
19 anywhere near the sacred bound
ary of truth the entire census scheme
certainly needs investigation in the
interest of the public.
But this by the way. The point
to which we wish to call attention is
the palpable error into which our
correspondent has fallen, in regard
to the official responsibility for Dr.
C. T. Rodgers' appointment. With
out expressing ourselves cither for
or against Dr. Rodgers capabilities,
we feel it but proper to sa' that nei
ther the "National Reform party"
nor tho "present Cabinet" had any
thing to do with the doctor's appoint
ment and can, therefore, take no
responsibility in the matter, should
the census turn out the complete
It is quite true Dr. Rodgers is, and
always has been, one of the most en
thusiastic and influential leaders in
the Reform pnrty, hut it Is also true
bo owes his appointment entirely to
the Board of Education, which bus
been, unfortunately, since 1887,
somewhat of a partisan body, The
fnl I ii re of the Legislature to pnsH a
law providing for a new census, vir
tually threw the taking of thu census
ugulu Into lliu hands of the Hoard of
ICducutiuii, and liencu into the bunds
of strict members uud supporters of
thu old liufoiui party.
Acting just us u polltlcnl body
would, the Hoiml iltl(i;d mm of 'thuli
um)" licform party ollluluN to in
pi'iut'iil (hum, uud lienup lliu llnunl
r.dut'utloM uinl tliu rumiiuut of the
llwfonn purly will lm r'ijKiisiblu for
Hllior lliu sunups nr full urn of tin
jijusDiit tuwibiis. Niililwr lliu Nu.
ijoiiui imriy nor tin "jirusiiii Uuii.
Jiml" Iiuvg In uny rnty InlvrtTDiJ
j 9f iiL fw for m, i
nun iiju iiiaiiiiui'Jiitmi ur inu iuuiiii
iwIlw i " i I (i wilimlln
'Ihc NnUonnl lloform pnrty linn
made n srul mistake in nppotnllng
that political failure of thu old He
form party, Dr. ltorigcrs, to tho ro
sponsible position of inniinpur nnd
director of tho census of 1890.
An soon n thu lunrncd doctor's
plans for Inking the census, presutu-
uhly supplemented by the congrc
i gated ability of thu Itanrd of I(liua
! tion, woru fairly beforo the public
i (if they can be saiil to have over
T ' ""V'U "" ''"".... ..'Jl ... .'
UIH II1UII 111 11IU UUIllllllllllbY Jill" UIU
census would be another
failure, such as those following the
learned doctor's political work have
always been. Tho great roginter,
costly failure though it was, 1? only
a patching to tho coming census
botch, which promises to bo even
worse than Mr. Porter's late job in
the United States.
It has taken only a little private
enquiry to learn that very few per
sons have filled out tho blanks pro
perly, for the reason that such blanks
are not self-explanatory; -and, ex
cept the general explanation given by
the Bullutin as an item of news, the
public has been left without any
other instruction in the matter.
I am not speaking at haphazard,
but giving the practical result of per
sonal enquiry. The blanks contain
ing no instructions ns to what names
were to be filled into them, I find
that in three cases out of four all
members of the family were entered,
whether at Honolulu at the time or
on other islands or even in other
countries. If it turns out that our
most intelligent foreigners have fail
ed to understand nnd properly fill
out their blanks, what is to be ex
pected of the average native, Portu
guese aud Chinese residing in the
It is safe to conclude that if all the
blanks distributed (which as far as I
can learn have been left without per
sonal instructions from those deliver
ing them) have been filled out ac
cording to the clear demands of said
blanks, which certainly conflict with
the instructions published in the
Bulletin, the census returns will be
largely in excess of tho actual num
ber of people, and will be entirely
misleading as statistical tables. The
most astonishing thing about the
whole matter is that the present Cabi
net should appoint an incompetent
official and hanger-on of the Reform
party to carry out this -important
One of the problems which tho
learned doctor asks the average tax
payer to solve is, what the assessed
value of his real estate for 1890 is.
Now, while most will remember tho
amount of taxes paid, but few will
remember, if they ever knew, what
their property was assessed at, un
less they are wealthy men, who al
ways post themselves so as to lght
for reductions. The learned doctor
has in nine cases out of ten, there
fore, asked the average taxpayer as
to what percent his taxes are of an
unknown amount. It is not a bard
problem if the rale is remembered,
but it is safe to say not one person in
ten will be able to give the correct re
turn without looking up the records.
There are many other points in this
admirable bungle worthy of notice
which space will not permit. Just
here light is wanted, as well as com
petent olllcials and genuine reform.
One Who Has Wuestlkd.
Honolulu, Dec. 29, 1890.
WHY THEY KICK.
A misty letter appeared in the
columns of this morning's P. C. A.
Someone has evidently missed his
calling. A reward should be offered
to any faithfool member of the past
administration who has not made his
quack when he got the sack and rea
lized that he did not happen to be
in accord. Too ready to accede to
anything but don't touch my
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Harrison de
sire to express their hqaitfclt thanks
to the Masons, Oddfellows and all
other citizens and friends who so
kindly sympathized and assisted them
during their recent bereavement in
tho death of their beloved daughter,
Mrs. II. Dabcl.
DRS. BBODIB & FDBRY,
Physician"). Ollieo: 81
taniit street, Honolulu, II, I
HW. Schmidt & sons,
Impoiters & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-01
HAY I UAY1
1 nflfl BALES Compressed Wheat
XJJJ Hay for salo on wharf, ex
"W. W. Case." Terms cash. Apply to
740 lt TlIJSQ. IMMVIES & 06.
rEUEMBER imth, between
Js JtuiiL'u nnd Wulklkl, a
Siieliel contalnlm; purr u with money,
vUlllng eaiiU and letter udilrefccd to
mwnir, Fhnler will iilcjiiboleuvo uUlui.
I.KTIN Olllce, 7 fit
rPO thn inuiiiburii of Oiiliu I.odgu No,
1 1. K. of p, 'rim muuilng fur tho
eliTtlon of nllk'urn In imilpniiL'd mm
W.'iliiumhiy to HA'J'UWMV, Juiimiiy
II, I bti . at 7 o'clock I', M,
'r mder of JhuU. ii, 7hi
CiiitIuku WuvHVri Cor Hiiht I
f IUV: for ua at
I IfuuLuu Jtiiiu'lii A
Voiiihj Mort" uihI
Miinif, if I In' bi'nl
liM't'dn, rm'cml)' bio.
Apl'ly luiiii by until or
HII'M"." " fl'IM'.'
M nihil, JiiidUuiniko, Oulil).
. ill 1 111 lu II lllltll
XMAS AND MEW tEAR.
Tho latent and newest novelties'
Mtllnhlo for Xmas and New Year's
presents, such na Oxidized Stiver
Plaster CnBCS, Oxidized Silver La
dles' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Card Books, Oxidized Sliver Jewel
Cnscfl, Oxidized Sliver Vinaigrettes
with Pin and Chnln, Oxidized Sli
ver Match Safes, Oxidized Silver
Cigarette Cases, Oxidized Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stamp
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
great vnrioty. Wo have received
an immense slock of Ladies' Alb
Linen Hcmstiolied Handkerahlefs
( colored borders), whluh ww havs
decided to sell for only $2 per
dozen ; thoy beat anything in tho
Handkerchief line ; will be glad to
show them to you ; big bargain for
tho holiday. Wo aro prepared to
show you the finest and best select
ed stock of Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Trimmed and Untrlmmcd
Hats, all the latest styles ; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Sliver Gift Sale. Stiver Presents
to everybody who purchases 82.50
worth of goods. Come and pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
Thu Leading Millinery Houso,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Brown Sorrel
small "m" on neck.
Finder will bo suitably
rewarded by return
ing same to
NO. 4 Adams Lane, 1 Largo
Front Room, furnished.
Apply ut premises. 738 tf
"J HE largo estate known ns
1 K'lhiikn Ranch, Kau,
Hawaii, with all its belong
ings. Tb! Ranch contains
184,000 acres There Is on the Ranch
a large and valuable forest ot ICoa ami
Ohia. For further particulars, apply to
74G tf Kau, Hawaii.
From and after this date wo
will not bo responsible for any
freight after same has been
landed. Parties to whom
freight is consigned must-boat
the landing to reeeivo their
WILDER'S 3. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890. 650 tf
BEAD THIS I
FOR every lfiO riawaiian or other
Pacille Islands' Stamps received, I
will post four Knglish Illustrated papers
per' week for a month, or wll send one
of the latest English, Freuch, German
or Spanish novels. Stamps of other
commies sent in oxchango for those of
Hawaii. All manner of articles sunt in
exchange for used postage stamps aud
postcards under special arrangements
JULIUS T. AS UTON,
Importer, Wellington, Nr. Manches
ter, England. 7351m
VOTICE to ARCHITECTS!
1 ROUND and Elevation Plans for n
VJT Salloi8' Home Building to be
elected on the site 5$. E. corner of Ala
kea and llalekauibi streets, 132 ft. on
Alakea stre t, and 90 ft. frontage res
pectively, are" asked for, to be handed
In to the underfclgned on or before Feb
ruary 1, 18!1.
A prize of 8200 will bo awarded for
the best plan and a pnza of 850 for the
second best plan submitted.
BQf Fur paitieulars apply to
K. A. SCHAEFEIt,
720 W OommlttPo.
DAlitY r OK .SALE!
THE subscriber 1 113
about to li-nve ;lie
Kingdom temporarily, of
fers for sale his woll-i' ai-
lished Dairj', situated at Kaulp", In
Manoa Valley, four miles from Hono
lulu Post Otllee, and now dol.ig a huul
uess of six hundred dollars pi r mouth.
Thu Dairy outfit Includes Iuid in fee
simple, whereon the building Pttmi,
with valuable leases of tbu i-.'inainlng
lands, about 100 Cows aud Heifers of
well-selected stock, 2 Durham Hulls,
Dwelling House and Outbuilding, in
cluding barn room for 52 cows uud
stalls for 7 horses; Horses, Wagons,
Cans and all the appointments of a
llrst-clabs Dairy. Should Hi- subscriber
bo unable to make a satUfiieiory s.ilu of
the Dairy as a whole, lie will m-II the
Cowh, Horses and othei chattels sep
arately. An Inspection I luitcd. Ap
ply on the premises to
Or, C. W. Ashford, attorucy-at-law,
Honolulu. 743 2v
Fort Street House,
184. Fort Bteoot,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of homo.
Boopu with or without Board,
Hoard, per week, according to roorni
910 to 613
Transient, per day ,,,..,.....82 00
Single ileali W)CenU
ItittuuM finrice, Uglit anil Airy. Hat
uuil fluid llullm.
II. II. ItFJtHY,
701 3m Proprietor,
lloiol Hi,, 1 Honolulu,
J, II, riHIIJvIt, 1'iop,
1 lilt MS I
Hoard nnJ lodging, pur week, (uo
txildluu to locution nl 1001111,1,
.,,....,.....,......10 OOloflil 00
Trunb'iil,pi'rd.y...Mi.......Mi ii 00
Tahiti lmiril,iiirweilfM ...,,.. 1 00
tfliiglii HeitUn,-......... ...... 60
tnt Vlilloi will Hint Jlifw miflodku
I.. i... .,!.., il... ,...,.. I.. .1.,.. I...... II, .1..
ll llir, Ulli Ml" FWMHIP I'IHN lK"i IIMU
ieiullr' I Ml uml fJilil HHU-r f(4lh,
i f T
HtMMBai'i'ii1,1 j i'' .'H.3.UWJL-
Anittlon hitlm by imos F. Morgan.
Assignee's Sale !
By order of Mil. L. 11 KEHU. AHgnro
of tho Estate of AMhg, a bankrupt, I
will tell at Public Auction, nt my Sales
room, Quern Attest,
On WEDNESDAY, Doe. 31,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
Thu stock ot Goods of said estnt, oom
prliiujri WHITE COTTONS
Wool ft Cotton Shirts,
Towels, Ready-made Clothing,
- w V-WW
Diagonals Kti, hte.
JAS. F. AIOiiGtN,
T47 2t Aueliouctr.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Doc. 31,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. H
At my Salesroom, Queen streqt, I will
sell at Public Auction, Household Fur
Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
Mattrasscs, Oak Chain,
And to oloso consignment
6 leteet Pmish Kugs,
3 Rattan Clothes Baskets,
Japanese & Reed Screens,
Meat Safes, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOJtGAN,
74? at Auodoueor.
AUCTION SALE OF
Valuable Ruing LOTS !
On SATURDAY, Jan. 10tl,
AT lH O'CLOCK XOOX.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
16 le BUILDING LOTS,
Situated. at Kalihi, adjoining the Iui
mebamoha Schools and fronting on
The Lots are on rising ground on
the miitikn side of tho btrcet, and are
all c eied with grass and trees, and
uomncMid a magnificent view of
Honolulu and tho surrounding coun
try. Water is at present laid on
from the Kiimehameba School pre
mises. The healthful situation and near
ness to tho King-htrcct Cai.-, com
bine to innko theso the most det-ir-ablo
Lota offered for Mile.
g0T TERMS: One-half cash,
one-half at 7 per cent.
A map of tho properly can be t-een
at my Salesroom, where all further
information can be obtnined.
JAS. P. 9IOKGAN,
Se-undTorm Opens Monday, Jan. 12, 1891
I tses In Bookkeeping aud Vocal
Mm-ie will be formed.
Air. 1. II. Dodge, lute o' the National
Academy of Design (N. Y.), will have
classes In Drawing at the College and
The. regular woik of tho term alo
IncliuU's the following: English Lan
guage, English Literature, Rhetoric.
Latin. Gieek, Fiencb, Algebra, Geo
metry, Physical Geography, 1 hemistry,
I'm sies, ueon
Ph sles, Geology, History aud Instru-
The Iti'iuillm: Department will bo
maniigt'd iin heretofore, and thu Trus
tees me conlldcnt that It offers better
pillvlb'gc ns a school-home Mian can be
untamed elsewhere for thasamu money.
Z3T For further information, address
747 01 Honolulu.
ON and after January 1, 1801, tho
prices of Ico will bo as follows 1
Under 10 lbs dully 2 cts per lb
10 to 20 lbs ....lrtsper lb
20 to fiO lb lcUperlb
BO to 2000 lbs 1 ctper lb
Ton Lots, one delivery..........
...915 per ton
Ice Packed mid Shipped
yi cu per lb
lioxui to bo charged for according to
All orders 011 the books of either
Company will bo continued unless
PKOl'Lli'ri IOK & KKFJl'O CO.,
UNION ICE CO,
I'Artlm dcklrliig to inuku uuy ehuiige
III their older cun do to by notifying
I.. O, AIH.ICH,
Onion Union lnil.'o,,or byTulupliour,
Miiluoim 37ftl Hell Tul, m,
9 K BMAJIRH of lliu i'lonu r KuIIiIIhk
U A Imn Ancuilmi HlooV, t
irn I" bu irraiigi'i, ivid iipinluu
$0 fJtttt l).N)) 'XlUVU llf HUlllllil)
(ItWdt'iitl mid IniifwM.
J. , Ml.lri.r,
L' J.a."'-1 1.' "- ' l
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
Ofllcol&. WoiIch, s : :
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens,
r.uJUgiiHMli.juonTB; Tiniiiil1 1 MWHimiI " 'li
ftfiouidings, Turned & Sawed Work.&3
Having secured tho sorvieos ot Mu. C. B. RIPLEY, Architect nnd
Building Superintendent, I am now prop.ired to furnish designs for everv
description ot building and will contract or superintend the construction of
gjSF" Pleaso call and oximino dotdgns before placing your orders else
where. Prompt attention to all ciders. doc 27-90
Sarer'gjeqBSgtwg v;.WiKt-?sr&Bt j
Have in stock and for sale 1
Of tho latest style. ,
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Carriage and Buggy Harness,
ROBES and SUPFLIES.
Hawaiian Tramway Co., L'Q.
On and after January 1, 1891, any
parcel not exceeding 10 lbs. in
weight, ligibly uddressed, and having
ii paicel fctamp .ifflxed to it, will bo
received by the conductors (or dri
vers if no conductor) of any of tho
C.iinpanyV cars for conveyance to
any point mi tho lines. Persons to
whniii such parcels ate addressed
nu.y meet lio cars and claim the
P'lictls; or in the event of their not
doing so the parcels will be depo
sited at tho nearest receiving sta
tion. Arrangements have in en made to
deposit pateclb at Wi Chu's, tho
Chinese store at the Pal .111111 10 1 mi
nus; tb6 Chinese btores at Pinion
terminus, Killo Unnee, comer of P11
nnhou and Beretani.i streets, Old
Waikiki, Long brunch and Wuikiki
Bridge; iiIfo, at the iifrc.-lmient bar
next Levey's, 011 Fort ttieet.
No pnrcol will be received unless
stamped, and no poitiiin.of the stump
must bo detached. A stamp with
any part thereof detached will not
PARCEL TICKETS may bo pur
chased at tho rate of $1.05 for ten, at
the stores of tho Hawaiian News Co.
and T. G. Thrum ; or at tho Com
pany's office, at Punahou, at $1,
gjSf P.ircels will bo carried en
tirely at consignor's lisk. 744 lw
'pHE annual meeting of the members
J of tho Sailors' Home Society will
bo held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce on WEONCSI) Y NEXT,
the 31st December, JSJIO, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Immediately after adjournment
tho Board of Tiustees will hold its an
ntiul meeting. Per nriler.
F. A. Si 11 VEFER,
Honolulu, Deo. 23. 1800. 7:i lw
ANNUAL ail.lj li.N(J.
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of thu Mutual Telephone
Co. will bo held on MONDAY. .Ian, 12,
lKDl,atl0 o'clock A. m , ut the Com
pany's building. Eveiy t-biol. holder Is
rurjucBtod to attend, iib a urupoidtlnu to
consolidate with thu Hell Tclpphmiu Co
will bu laid before them for ooueldcia
lion, C. O, HKItQKK.
710 til rtecrotary,
Oaliu Jtullway & JLiuul Co.
AHI'ICOIAI. meeting of Ihu Mock-liolilor-
of tho Ouliu Jtullway A
I.11111I Cu, will he held ill thu Cliiiinbur
ofCommiicu IKmiiii In llniinliilii, oil
VVUDNKHIJAY, Dcu. 31, IHIKJ, at II
o'lMoel. a. ti .for lliu pui poku of iiniKiid'
lug III My'lim urn) oiliur linpniliiiit
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f EIDER k CO.,
No. 92 FORT ST.,
Are now showing n Largo New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace aud Scarf Plus, Itiugs,
Ladles' aud Gents' Gold and'
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jowelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Qold Headed Cauoi,
Etc., Etc., Eto.
tSf Prices w ttkln tho reach
of all, Give us a call. 728 1m
YOI ATTENTION !
Is called to tho largo stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on the
They comprise everything to be.kad la
many various lines.
OF ALL KINDS,
Sterling; UnnlM Ware,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mounted in Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
CS?" Store will be open evei lugs for
two weeks previous to t. luibi mm.
H. F. WICHMAN.
Win. G. Irwin. . President te Manager
Glaus Spreokels Vice-President
Walter M . Giffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Audltoi
AGENTS OK THE
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E. B. THOMAS,
Contiac or glJj & Bulldor.
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& Wooden buildings. Jobbing
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