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-f.TOR'WSIf'Y ;. " p ' ' Wr?VFn&
fjjt BY AUTHORITY.
FRIDAY, Junuuty 2i)ili, being the
First Anuivetsary of tho Accession i(
llcr Majesty Ui (bo Throne, will bo
observed us u National Holiday, and
nil Government Ollloos throughout
the Kingdom will bo closed on that
day. C-. N. Sl'ENCEU,
Minister of tho Inteiior.
Inteiior Ollice, .Jan. 7, 1892.
In accordnnco with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XXV11. of tho Laws of 1880.
All persona holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, nio here
by notified that tho water rates for
tho term ending June 30, 1892, will
bo due and payable nt the olliee of the
Honolulu Wuiur Works on tho first
day of January, 1S92.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are duo will bo
subject to nil additional 10 per cent.
Kates are payable at tho oilico of
tho Water Works in tho Kapuaiwa
building. JOHN C. WHITE,
Supl. Hono. Water Works.
Honolulu, J)ec. 28, 1S91.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are heieby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation puques are from G to 8
o'clock a. m., and 4 to 0 o'clock i. it.
until further notice.
JOHN C. VHITE,
Supt. Honolulu "W ator Works.
C. N. Sl'ENCEIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
C. L. Kookoo, Esq., has this day
been appointed l'oundmastor for the
Government round in the District of
Wuiluku, Island of Maui, in place of
N. P. Nuuhiwa, deceased.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. G, 1S92.
V 11 Jo.
Pledged to tictthrr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FKIDAY, JAN. 8, 18D2.
AN EDITOR'S DEFENSE.
We have received from the editor
of the Portuguese Uniao a request
for room for publishing in English un
der the plea of "fair play," a reply
to attacks made against it in tjje Ad
vertiser. This communication runs
as follows :
The Advertiser not having seem.
ingly any better ideas to elucidate
lias condescended of late to notice
and spitefully take to task the modest
Portuguese Uniao. It may be funny
for its readers, who do not read Por
tuguese, to hear only one side of the
question, but such may be the
ideal of Christian charity, and there
foie hardly worth noticing. However,
the farce goes rather far when this
morning's number (January 8th), de
votes one of its solemn editorials to
accuse the poor Uniao of stating
either "a falsehood or a blunder, we
do not know which." The Adveitiscr
ought to know, really, for tlie state
ment incriminated by it in the Uniao
about the (leelaied unconstitutionality
of the 1890 laws against Chinese im
migration was taken from the Ad
vertiser itself, No. 2952, December
22nd, second page, first column, lines
9 and 10, of its first editorial. It is,
therefore, time to "turn the light of
publicity on the Advertiser's somer
sault, with the laudable motive,"
THE LIBERAL LEADER.
At a meeting of the Libeial party
held Thursday evening, Hon. R. W.
Wilcox made a speech. He is re
ported to have exptesscd sentiments
to the following effect:
"To flatter the Queen would be to
inflate her with her own importance,
which would cause disastious results,
llawaiians are their own worst ene
mies, in being jealous of each other's
promotion in public life. Also, lla
waiians who rise to position beck the
bociety of foreigners and look down
on their own countrymen. The fu 1
blooded natives are decreasing, but
the luilf-eastes are increasing and are
llm hope of the nation. Their can
(didatcJ were the most popular men in
their respective districts. If after
election the candidates proved false,
their supporters were at liberty to
shoot them, and no Jury would con
Yiet the shooters. HuouJd tho party
secure a majority, the present Cabi
net would not remain long in ofllee."
Mr. Jos. Kuwait!, second lieutenant
of the putty, said tho crowning am
liitiou of the Liberal party was to
Juavo a new constitution.
The query Is nnturnlly suggested
as to whether Mr. Wilcox is display
ing his own measure when he de
clares that the pride of olllec causes
Hnwaiians to hold their own kith and
kin in contempt. lie is "deuced
clever" in trying to impress on the
minds of the unsophisticated of his
countrymen that the pure llawaiians
are "no good," while the Jialf-castu
clement to which he belongs is the salt
of the nation. This, however, must
be a sword that cuts both ways. But
what u grim motive to lidelity he
presents to his co-candidates 1 They
arc cold-bloodedly devoted to assas
sination at the caprice of fickle popu
lar judgment on any or all of their
legislative actions. Wonder if he in
cludes himself in the ment for sacri
fice 1 To what is our politics trend
ing when such an atiocious sentiment
is applauded by a large gathering of
what Mr. Hush, first lieutenant of
Mr. Wilcox, calls the "fiee and in
cumberd"? HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
I'rotcHt AirniiiNt the Ulilt-r Ihicinoer
Kli-cl Thrown Out.
Messrs. Julius Asch, Chief Engi
neer, and James 11. Hunt and D. L.
Kalawaia, First and Second Engi
neers, elect of the Honolulu Fire
Department, were installed in ollice
for the current term of two years, at
the tegular monthly meeting of the
Board of Representatives held Thurs
day evening at the Bell Tower.
Hon. C. B. Wilson, retiring Chief
Engineer, and the ollicers and dele
gates of the expiring Board, con
ducted the meeting until the order of
"new business" was reached. The
chief matters coming before the
moribund organization weie Lite re
port of the Treasurer and a protest
against the election of Mr. Arplt.
Following is the Treasurer's report:
Financial report of Treasurer of
the Honolulu Fire Department fiotn
December 5, 1889, date of last report,
to December 31, 1891:
Giors proceeds of ball, June,
Pumping Ilorrowdalo, and
Prof. Koltair, use of lot
Loans if 1,100 00
j Wedding Present, First As
Relief of Members Company
Relief of Jack Meyers
Itelicf of Mo-.es Jvnniuu., .
Itelief of li. Ordeiistein ....
Uudci laker's Expense. . . .
Caie of Cemetery Lot
Fine of Kapoliola
Expense of Ball, Juno, 1890
Excess of Payments of Last
Balance to next Account.. .
The foregoing is merely a sum
mary of the receipts and payments.
A detailed statement and the vouch
ers accompany this report which I
will be happy to pass over to the
I append herewith a statement of
loans at present outstanding;
Loan to C. IJ. Wilson, note
and nioi tgago, 9 pereent.$1.000 00
Loan to H.P.Robinson, note
and mortgage, 10 pet
cent 800 00
Loan to Solomon Mchcula,
note and mortgage, 9
percent COO 00
Loan t) flco. $. Shaw, nolo
and moi tgago, $ po; cent 350 00
Loan to Alapai, nolo and
nioi tgago, 12 percent., , 50 Q0
Loan to W. II. Jarrott, bal
ance of note, teuiircd, 10
perctv't 50 00
Loan to Malups Scott and
L'jiojo, 10 puicent 4f)() 00
I herewith offer the securities for
examination of the auditing commit
tee. The foregoing report i3 respectfully
submitted. IIknuv Smith,
Treasurer II. F. D.
Honolulu, December 31, 1891.
The report was accepted at onco
and referred later to an auditing
committee of tho new Board.
The protest was submitted by
Secretary Smith in fconneetion with
his report as judge of election. H.
was signed by V. II. Jarrett, J. D.
McVeigh, Lawrence II. Deo and G.
Carson Kenyon. The judge reported
he had over-ruled it formally, so as
to bring the matter before the Board,
the charges being so serious that he
could not vent u to, in the limited
time afforded, to give a dcuision on
To the protest was attached a legal
opinio) obtained by Mr. John W.
McDonaJd from Messis. Thurston &
Frear, counsellor which the Secte
tary did not toad.
Second Assistant Engineer Boyd
moved that the protest bo rejected,
and was supported by bovcral mem
bers, their reasons being that tho
protest did not come front the unsuc
cessful candidates, that it was
directed exclusively against the Chief
Engineer eject, and, this reason by
Mr. Asch, that the eydenco of al
leged fraud in tho voting list was got
byone of the protesters' stealing tho
books of tho Hook & Ladder Co.
The protest declared that fourteen
members of that company were
fraudulently relurned as being in
good standing, and that five others
were not in good standing on the!
m.i 'i' wiihj ii im' "Mu "i -Wsjj in inuuVtC
books, therefore said members had
no right to vote at the election.
An amendment was presented that
the legal opinion be read to tho
Board, anil an amendment to the
amendment,, that the whole matter
be referred to a committee of seven
Mr. Hobt. More, opponent of re
spondent in tho election, said in the
course of a lively discussion, that, if
he was in the position of tho candi
date declined elected, he should
court investigation of the protest
and be unwilling to hold the ollice
under any stigma resting on his elec
tion. The amendments were voted down
by large majorities, and the motion
to reject the piotost similarly car
ried. The representative olllecrs of China
Co. and all certified 'delegates from
different companies were invited to
take their seats as members of the
Boatd. Secretary Smith was in
structed to escort the Chief and As
sistants elect to their posts. He did
so with profound courtesy, the retir
ing ollicers welcoming their succes
sors with a hnndhakc. Mr. Boyd
gracefully transferred his badge from
his breast to that of Mr. "Kalawaia.
Chief Engineer Asch briefly thanked
the Department, for his elevation,
promising faithful service. He would
follow as closely as possible the foot
steps of his predecessor, who had
conducted the work of the Depart
ment Willi great ability.
Mr. Henry Smith was re-elected
1)3 acclamation to tho ollice of Secre
tary and Treasurer, which he itas
filled for many years with universal
The Board elected First Assistant
Engineer Hunt, Delegates Logan
and Ho Fon as auditing committee.
A vele of thanks moved by Dele
gate Walter Hill was unanimously
accorded to the retiring ollicers for
their very ellicieut services.
Notice of motion to amend the De
partment laws, so as to appoint tho
Thursday next succeeding tlc first
Monday in each month, as the rogu
lar.day of meeting, was given by a
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
Two mules and five
horses are in
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
street for sale. ,'1-lf
Button Holes made to order at No.
i Gaulon Lane. .'507 if
Tin: Brunswick are thoonly Billiard
Pallors in town. (i tf
Hawaiian Council, No. 089, A. L.
of II., will meet this evening.
Aitkii fchavmg iibo Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benton, Smith to Cu., AgonU.
Sitnhukn lolievcd at once by Cu
cumber Topic. Boiihon, Smith & Co.,
J. T. Watichiiouhe, Queen strget
store, advoititob lloor cloth, bitlnioti
and cement for sale.
Wit. Dint's steamship Co. will hold a
special meeting on Monday morning
at 10 o'clock at their ofllee.
.1. F. Morgan will soil at. the resi
dence of Mr. Kelfuy, Vineyard street,
t)ii entjro household furniture on
Tin: annual meeting ftf the Hawai
ian Agtiuitlturiil Co will be held at
tho oilico of C. llrewor & Co. on
Tliuitday, Jan. 21sl.
Pn.iciotih coiloo anil chocolate will
bo served every morning early at tho
l'alaco Ice Ci'eani I'arloh., Litdwigson,
& Cron, Ilolel btieot. 22L tf
Tiik Minister of Inteiior announces
Fiiday, .1 tin. 29th, tho liist anivoisaiy
of tho acces-ion of Her Majesty to
tho throne, a public holiday.
Gi:t yout boots and shoes made
and icp.iiicd by tho old W.-tiluku
Hli'oeiniikcr, L. ToennicH, on East
Hotel jBtfopt. ' Fiist-cjabh work, low
prices. v -J-tl
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Ximv t.ouon. !!( lo Iluntl.
SI ick & Urownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chnlns,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
MEI5TING NOT 1 CIS.
HAWAII N Council No, fib'J, Amp
ilcau Legion of Honor, tiieott,
THIS KVKNING, at 7:H0 o'clock, at
Mm iiiuiiy Hall, KIiil' street
'JOS. M. OAT,
all It . Secretary.
nr, Ueietunla Htteet; Kino
StJ4L House containing
imi'lor. diuhiif-iooiu, twolual-
t ooiiih, h.ith, pantry ami Mteheii, btatilu
and t-ervant's quarters; line yarU nicely
laid out. Apply to
U. J. MCCARTHY,
SVi tf !' Merchant stie.ct.
WIioii you want u Pqytynii
Enlarged call on Kiim Bron.,
get their piico list unci, gee
tuimlcH. They can't be bout.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class, I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower docs the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effectsou the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
felt everything it
seemed o me a man could feel. I
was of all vuen most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Llfeof Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 22oBelle
fontaineSt., Indianapolis, Ind."
TM1KU15 will 1)0 a special meeting of
JL Wihlcr's Steamship ff). at their
otllco on MONDAY
11th, at !) o'clock.
S. IJ. JUJSE,
Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1802.
NOTICE of MEETING.
,. TnCKHOLOERS " Hawaiian Agrl
" cultural Company will take notice
that the annual mooting of the Company
will be held at the olljee of C. Brewer to
Co , Queen street, oa T11URSD VY, Jan.
'J I st next, at 10 o'clock a. M.
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary 11 A. Co.
Honolulu, Jau 0, lbll'J. 311 lit
SALMON IN BARRELS,
White Bros. Portland Cement,
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
Queen Street. lw
,-p VTOTIOK is heieby given that
2cB? XI the- following described
animals will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Jan. 23, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
2 Mouse-coloied Mules '1 mare), all
feet black, no.biaml.
1 Black Mare, both hind legs white,
1 Biickkiu Mate, soic back, branded
"AM" on left hind lee.
-1 trongiav Mare, H legs white, brand
ed itndeiurl).iu1y on light hind leg.
1 Bay Ilorpc with whito bpot on fore
head, :i legs white, branded iuuluurlb
ably. 1 Gray Mare, branded (indescribably.
asBrOwnerK of the above animals must
send in their claims within M days,
otherwise they will be i sold on the date
above named. I). ICAOAO,
Honolulu, Jan. S, 18!k!. 3H 2t
Somen Rule Bazaar.
83 FORT STREET.
BjUCo A. li. SSiuilir Store.
Having purelinsed lli! stock and fixtures
of the above stoie f fchall continue
the sale of the justly Colubrated
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
a full and complete stock of which will
arrive per "Austialla," so please
ItHMtt3k.Vtt VOIJtt ?KIHltS.
The lUt of 1WT I KRNri will also ho
Hojiinlutcd by the sanio bteamer,
I hhall also add to the stock enoils.
such as go with a general lSn.nur busi
ness. All ojders entrusted to my euro will
receive my 1111. il prompt attention
ORDERS FOR MUSIC tilled by re
turn "tcamcr, as I have special facilities
at San Vi aneibeo for that put pose.
Rations tl t)c odier Islands can safely
iutiust orders to my care for al) goodH
whether in my line or not, and icspcct
fully enllolt their patronage,
W. F. REYNOLDS,
py 11 Young Lady a posltlou at gon
! end hntnuwuik hi a lospceuiblo
family. Aildrcfs1 General Hujuoworl,,"
this ollloe. 318 lV
'"piIE tegular annual nicotine of tho
X Hawaiian Fruit to Taio Co. wBl bo
he'd at their ollice in Walluku, Maul, on
FR1UAY, Feb. Vi, 18UB, at 10 o'clock
a. m XV. II. DANIELS,
31 t Secn,taryll. F. to T. Co.
Sulto of Two RooniH
'lib liiithrnniii iittnitheil
4'i,? and conveulentlv loc.itud. An-
ply at this ollice. 31 II lw
AND KTBH THIS DATE
U J. Moi'iuthv will collect all
my bills. II G McGREW, M D.
Honolulu, Dec 111. 1801 UOS-llil
Besides Pictures you can (ind Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain P squcs, Bamboo Easels,
Screen!, Cabinet Photo Framoi, 'Albums,
Let llicr Fursus, l'iJc;e.l ooks, etc., Christ
ntds Cards. Brackets, 'etc.; al K-ng Bros.,
THE MUTUAL LIFE
leiOIIAEtD A. McUIJJtDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy J
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
JST" For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
SPECIAL SALE OF
I nut histi acted to pell at Public Auc
tion (on account of departure), mid lo
tnoved to my Salesroom for convenience
On SATURDAY, Jan. Olli,
AT W O'CLOCK A. 31..
1 Ash & 1 Painted
Spring Mattrasses. Mo-qulto Curtains,
15. W. Sectotiity, Rd. Table,
Ice Chest, Meat Safe, Clinlts, Rugs,
Clock, IJ. W. Extension Table,
Pat. Kitchen Table, Etc., Etc.
Also, 1 Stove & Utensils.
6SF" The above have only been In use
threo mouths and are almost as good as
Hits it ever occurred to
you what a desirable and
acceptable present a pic
ture makes? If not lend
us your ear for a moment
until we explain. In tho
first place everyone en
joys looking- at a pretty
picture ; it not only serves
to beautify the home, but
appeals to one's better
feelings and forms excel
lent food for thought,
give, ana it uie .suuject
be well chosen, serves as
a silent lecturer for good.
One need not confine him
self to any particular
style as the assortment of
both styles and subjects
is unlimited and almost
any fancy can be grati
fied. A picture has the pecu
liar power of stamping its
image upon the minds of
all who may sec it, and in
many cases leaves a life
AY hen making your
rounds of shopping drop
in at King Bros., on Ho
tel street, and see what
they have to offer in this
line, if for no other pur
pose than to enjoy what
is to be seen.
Hit, THOSE Very Desirable and
.flt.V4s ' Convenient 1'ieinlies
4 situate in Kiuir stieet, this
city, l.itely occupied by the umlcr.-igued
as a private icsldcnce, compiisiiig a
Dwelling House of 4 10111113, dlning
rooii) and Kifehuu; nlsO ttn)le, earriuge
house tpitl oiilhniiHCd. For pu'?uWs.
hiciulru 0(t tho nieiniscs.
;H2tf JOHN V. ISOWLKK t
TDK Very Desirable Itesi-
OHw55 iloneo located on Klnaii
SEff Btteet near tho cot nor of Pen
sneola street, picsently occupied by V.
l' August Elder, House contain? pur
lins, dining-room, Ultcho!i, tlueo cham
bers, bathioom, pantry, vcr.iuda rooms
aiifljintnloclotethpaco. PohcesHlon given
Dece'n'iuiSr 1st, liwnjio at
HAWAII VN HAK'DWARK CO.,
245 tf F01 1 ktteet, opp, Spi eckels.
I, OK sale or to ftaile
for a Good Ilitr
nehs W01!; Horso, ''(t
Kllly Is two veiirs'olll
ftoin 11 well-bred itiaro.
ilntl has not yet been handled but is gen
tle. For fuithcr pattieulurs apply at
''Kopiihulu I'unn," WalMUl, or ting up
MuttuilTel. No. 1)52 312 -Jw
OTTAOK and Stables, corner of
School and Emma street, lately
ouuiiptLH) oy uporio iu(tc'8ui, tijp-tiiiKO-lioiiso,
0 StitljK, Washing Slant,
Feed House, etc.. suitable fur one or
two htickmeii Itentnl S1U per mouth.
Apply to O, PATl'KKSON,
United Ciirrhigo 10,, cor, Uiug to
Foil sib. U12 2W
k.1 . . . . .
JOri(!3 ? hortiby given that Leong
l young has assfgitfjd to 'HI6 al) lje
ilitutcst In tho Wiilsiluii Itlco PJanti)tIoqv,
Kauai; al-o all luasus. hildhigs, uattje,
I'ioo mill mill rluo lloor bolonguig to tho
Ihui-suld Ubslgiununt lliivlun teuui
ftoin i'lth Dccembur, 1891. All his debts
to bo paid by him,
(JHONO 1IINO WA1 CO.
,ill 0,1892. 313 lw
rpilE uii'lorslgiied Is prepared to give
1 Lessons lit Athletic Exercise mul
the Manly Art at two doors above Hie
Royal School, Knuiia street, also to glvo
iustiuctloii') at homes of pupils If du
hited, Applications received tit Xo. a"
1 aft I'm MIKE QUILUQAN.
Remember the Little Folks !
Suitable and useful, for Infants and Children, at
N. S. SACHS',
1 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Children's Embroid. Cashmere Cloaks,
Children's Kino T.nco & Embroidery Dresses,
Sash Ribbons & Surah Sashes In all Colors,
Children's Parasols, Ohlldien'tf Fans,
Children's Toilet Sets, Toy Music Boxes,
iPmcy Oupe Ac ft5Saiao-rH in JESoxes.
Infants' Long Embroidered Cashmere Capes,
Infants' FIuo Embroidered Robes to l.otur Dresses,
Infants' California Ctlb'Einbiotdered Blankets,
InfautH' Etnbroldi'red Flannel Shawls,
Infants' Lace Ildtiuuts to Embroidered Silk Caps.
A CllOICK ASSOKT.MENT OP
01iillxii'i friwe Trimmed EintM,
Children's Velvet Caps, Toboggan Caps, Silk Skull Caps, Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO., L'd.,
The Pacific IJarriware Co., Fort street, Honolulu, bog to auuotinoo that
they have opened their ART ROOMS on the seeotttl lloor of thetr Mew
Building, where they have, on Exhibition, Articles suitable for CHRIST
ftlAS PRESENTS, comprising examples of the following Wares: Limoges,
Uoston, Rose Dubarry, Newport, Ivory, Queen, Bisque, Royal Windsor,
Rojal Worcester, Royal Devon, Royal Hungarian, Tulip, Orchid, Bohem
ian, Etc., Etc. A choice selection of Silver Plated Ware.
They have Just Received a line line -of the Latest Patterns of PIC
TURE MOULDINGS, Mirrors, Engravings, Etchings, Photogravures,
Pastels, Autotypes,, Etc., Etc., of the Latest publications 5 Easels in wood
and bamboo; Tables, piian,delicrs, Hanging, Piano and Banquet Lamps,
Statuettes, and many Articles too numerous to mention.
OIL PAINTINGS by local Artists Mrs. Weils, Messrs. BarnGeld,
Hitchcock, Mrs. Pulis, and others. '
fl6yAs soon as shelving on the first floor is completed they will open a
Line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Agate, Japanned and Tin Ware.
They trust their fiiends .will appreciate the disappointment they have
experienced in not being able to have their Store litted completely at an
earlier date and the fact that their entrance is so unattractive as to afford
little inducement to visit the second floor.
A VISIT to their Art Rooms will, they trust, be repaid.
Soliciting a continuance of tho patronage they have so liberally en
Joyed in the past, they will spare no pains 1o fill all orders' with care a'ufl
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Il-llf Fort Mlivet; Uoiiolq'jri, If.' FT
AKB TOW THE3
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
. FACTORY I T t
AHCII ITKCT8 !
BnM5S OF APCmiT-WPRPSi
EiiBtlakei Queen Anne, KoiihIhsuucu, Ootltlc, Italian, Olassic, Normmii
. IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Detlynt In Resldenpet! Cheap Arllttlc Cottages a Specialty)
Complete plans and specltleutlons glyeu; also Buperlnleudeuee of construction.
wr.OIFICE-CliiUon Block, cor, JOdr A Fort. EnUance on Fort St
OF NEW YORK.
JJS'eejits a Bottle,
GO Cents a Bottle,
1,00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.
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