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Hartford Firo Insuranoo Co.,
Assets, $6,2 1 9,458.98.
London &. Lancashiro Firo In?. Co.
Thames &. Morsoy Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
Now York Lifo Insuranoo Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Firo & Marino
Insurance Agents !
How England Hntnal Life Ins. Co.,
Aitna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OY SAN FKANCISCO, CAI.IKOKNIA.
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LIST OF OFFICEKS :
J . O. Carter President & Manager
G. H. Robertson Tieasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
W. P. Allen Audltoi
lion. C. K. Bishop, S. C. Allen,
STE4II CAM FACTORY
lractical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St. -W Telephone 74.
1 1 ft. IRWIN & CO.
Wm. G. Irwin. . ..President to Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice-President
Walter M. Giffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
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The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at yi Hours
The Finest Brands of
A.lwiiyis on IltviKl.
II. J. NlrK, Proprietor.
Cigars, J&. Tobacco
fc Meat Company
SI KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wboleiale & Retail Butchers
mVTO'IIQK lifiuliy kIvuii Unit I will
tirl be riMpoiinllilit for any duhM
tymp3W"d by my wife, (Jurollne Holt,
wTthoui my wrllUia toniit.
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Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Tho undersigned, G. TROUSSEAU,
Administrator, with the will annexed,
of tho estate of Ilia Lit') Majesty Kn
laknun, gives notice Unit pursuant to
n n order signed by the Hon. A. F.
Judii, Chief-Justice of tho Supremo
Court, dated December 28, 181)1, ho
will sell nt public miction at the sales
room of James F. Morgan, in Hono
Saturday, January 30, 1892,
AT I O'CLOCK NOON.
All of the right, title and estate of His
late Mniestv in and to tho lands below
named for the purpose of paying the
debts of said estate.
C- TERMS CASH. Deeds nt ox
penso of purchasers, viz:
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent 2592, acres. Deed
from Nakookoo and wife. Liber 02,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAI1U.
Royal Patent 4470, 2 10-1000 acres.
Deed from Pihi t w.) and Rila Kekumu,
her husband. Liber 75, folio 103. Sub
ject to lease to Maraea Apau. Rent
ii0 per annum ; expires December 111,
3. LAND AT MANOA, OAHU.
Royal Patent 13G,i 30-100 acres. Deed
from J. Kekuanui and wife. Liber 70,
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT MANOA, OAHU.
1st. Land Commission Award 11)50,
73-100 acre. 2nd. Royal Patent 2D,
3 55-100 acres. Second piece is sub
ject to lease to See Hop it Co. Rent
f GO per annum ; expires February 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAIIUA,
Lots No. 370-378, Royal Patent 3421.
105,741 square feet. Subject to lease
to John F. Colburn. Rent $65 per
annum ; expires February 4, 1901.
G and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
Apanas 2 and 3 of Royal Patent 420,
0.15 and 0.G7 acres respectively. Deed
from A. Kaoliko and wife. Liber 98,
folio 01. Apana 2 is subject to lease
to G. J. Campbell. Rent $21 per an
num : expires June 27, 1903. Apana
3 is subject to lease to C. P. laukca,
trustee for JCaaua. Rent $ 10 per an
num ; cxpiies June 27, 1903.
8. ISLAND OF MOKUOEO,
S. M. Damon
9. LAND AT AIKA,
Roviil Patent 785, Royal Patent
2875, 1 37-100 acres, and Royal Patent
795, .V acre, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed
from J S MeGrow and wife. Liber 79,
folio 291. 0-01 acre subject to lease
to J Humphreys. Rent $10 per an
num. Expires Sept 1, 1899.
AIIUPUAA OF KAUIIIULA,
Royal Patent 5711, acres. Deed
from Kalolo. Liber 58, folio 193. Sub
ject to lease to Hilo Sugar Company.
Rent $30 per annum. Expires June
11. AIIUPUAA OF KAIIAUALEA.
20,420 acies. Deed from Lunalilo
estate. Liber 73, folio 213.
13. LAND AT KAALEO,
Royal Patent 1003, 3 Apana, 3 48-100
acres. Deed from R B Kuikahi. Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to lease to Kimo
Kawaiohi. Rent $50 per annum. Ex
piies Feb 28, 1S98.
14. LAND AT NUUANU, OAHU.
Royal Patent 4402, 98-100 acre.
15. LANDS AT l'AWILI,
ISLAND Or LANAI.
Royal Patent 1929, 18 57-100 acres,
Royal Patent 1930, 29 70-100 acies
and 2 20-100 acres, and Roval Patent
1931, 18 30-100 acres. Total 08 83-100
acres. Deed from Kauui (k) and
Keanu (w). Liber 7G, folio 41$,
Grant 3255, 20 1-10 acres,
Kahanu, July 20, 1880.
17. LAND AT KUALAPA,
300 acres. Deed from L. Isaae, Oct
31, 1882. Liber 71, folio 407. Subject
to leaso to M Kealoha. Rent $50.per
annum. Expires Nov 1, 1903.
18. LAND AT OMAOPIU,
Grant 1908, 173 acres. Deed fiom
Kamaka, Mar 3, 188 1. Liber 80, folio
214. Subject to leaso lo S M Kaaukai
and J H Wnipuiliuii. Kent $50 per
nunum. Expires Feb 4, 1901.
ID. A OF AIIUPUAA OF NUU,
Lund G'aiiimi'Hoii Awaul 0239, 12,140
ueren. Died from Hniikoki. Libor
59, folio 89, Subject lo luin-o to J G
P louts mid otlmrtf,
20. LAND AT WAIKLJ,
lloyul Pa hint 3211, Aimiiu 1, 12A
iiuiu. Uoyul Piituiit 2801, !f7f)-100f)
of nn acre. Deed from Mnhoe, Aug
21, 188G. Liber 100, folio 291, Sub
ject io lease to G M P Knulu. Rent
$25 per annum. Expires Fob 1, 15)0 1.
21. LAND AT l'AKALA.
Royal Patent 1729 Apana 2, 1 17-100
ncres. Deed lroni I). . Jvcnwc. Jiuy
18th, 1878. Liber 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KELAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729,4 acres 31 perches,
and 4 acres 37 pciches. Same deed as
23. LAND AT WAIANAK.
1 acre, 2 roods, 21 perches. 2 Apanas.
Same deed as No. 21.
21. LAND AT PANAEWA.
Royal Patent 1727, 318-1000 of nn
acre, und Royal Patent 2741, fij acres.
Deed from Knlola. Ljbor 58, folio 193.
Subject to lease to Campbell and I son
berg. Rent $00 per milium. Expires
Nov. 7, 1897.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMKA.
Deed from Hanukoku. Liber 59,
20. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Deed from John T and Robert 11
Raker. Liber 87, folio 270.
27. LAND AT LAIIAINA, MAUI.
Royal Patent, 4390. Deed from liana
Lilikalaui and others. Liber 91, folio
28. LAND AT WAIMANALO,
Royal Patent 550. Apana 1 and 2,
3 15-100 acres. Deed from Knhoo
puipui (w), Liber 39, folio 105. Sub
ject to leaeo to J A Cummins. Rent
$10 per annum. Expires February 4,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,
Grant 2900, Apana 2, 5 75-100 acres.
Deed from Opumomona. Liber 04,
folio 100. Subject to lease to Chas
Hiram. Rent $10 per annum. Ex
pires June 27, 1903.
30. LANDS AT KANEOIIE AND
Deed from John Kalaaunla and others.
Liber 88, folio 245.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA.
Royal Patent 0504, 2 Apana, 873-1000
acre and $ acre. Royal Patent 1442,
2 Apana, 0.20 acie and 0.50 acre.
Deed from S W Kuaiwa and wife.
Liber 90, folio 490.
Anil if not suflicient to pay the
debts of said estate the following :
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KAMA, HONOLULU, OAHU.
Royal Patent. 1990 2 Apana, 1 3-4
acres and 35-100 acre. Deed from
Knhoopuipui, Liber 39, folio 405.
33. LAND AT IWILKI, OAHU,
58 8-10 acies. Deed from Estate of J
H Coney. Liber 95, folio 424. Sub
ject to the following lease.-, viz.:
1. Lease Io A F Cjoko, $00 per
annum. Kxpiies June 1, 1900.
:'.. .Lease to II Kucksen, .2i per
annum. Expires March 1, 1891.
3. Lease to John Ena, $110 per an
num. Expires Juno 1, 1898.
4. Lease to John Ena, $50 per an
num. Expiies April 1, 189S.
31. LAND AT PAWAA,
I' UNA HO U, OAHU.
22 45-100 acies moio or less. Deed
from C H Judd. Liber 101, folio
129. Subject to lease to E. C. Mac
farlane. Rent $130 per annum. Ex
pires February 4, 1901.
35. ILI OF WAIELI, WAIMALU,
L C A 8525 15, part 3,455 acres more
or less. Deed from Hon C Ulukou
and wife. Liber 58, folio 128. Subject
to lease to L McCandless. Rent $50
per annum. Expiies January 1, 1890.
30. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Royal Patent 4499, 2 Apana, 31 1-2
acres and 4-10 acies, anil sea and
stream fishery of Wahalo.i, 53 acies.
Deed from W C Parke, Administra
tor Estate of Kanaina. December 5,
1878. Liber 58, folio 1. Subject to
lease to Sing Chong.
37. LAND AT KAL1III, OAHU,
known as Kamanaiki, Royal Patent
3123, 455 acres. Deed from C P
Iaukea, October 31, 1887. Subject lo
lease to Manuel Barratt. Rent $150
per annum. Expires November 1,
fjBVav further particulars inquire
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
(Signed.) G. TROUSSEAU.
Administrator with the Will annexed
of tho Estate of II M Knlakaua,
deceased. 320 131
A Good Investment!
APIECE of Land with Four Col
tuueft on Vineyard street, lenleil
lor 9L's per
.1. M. VIVAS.
:to:i i in
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Mr Olllce ill lloiol Slubliu, Untol
i ilwl, Both Telephone M, HuHlmmue;
I Miltiml Tul. Ull), ileo 10.01
A CANDIDATE'S VIEWS.
A.llrrfift of .11 r. I'.. Iiliiiloiiinun in lic
KIcclurH or Kntinl, I
Mr. E. Lindcmann responds lo a '
numerously preferred request to
stand as a candidate for Noble on
Kauai with the following circular
letter to each of the electors on that
Persons, who arc not satislicil will)
the nominee of the Reform party,
have petitioned me to run for Noble,
mid having consented I now ask you
to vote for me.
I do not properly belong to any
party, am absolutely independent of
the good will of any sugar-planter or
Government oflleer, have my own
ideas about the fitness of things, and
these ideas agree quite closely with
the platform adopted by the Me
chanics' Union and National Reform
l'LATFOKM OK THIJ NATIONAL l'AUTV.
Auticlk 1. "We shall support
measures perpetuating the Independ
ence of the Hawaiian Islands as a
Kingdom under the rule of a born
Alii of the soil in opposition to any
other form of Government.
Akt. 2. That there may be no
undue depression in the internal com
merce and agricultural pursuits now
existing, . and that encouragement
tending to promote the culture of
fruits on areas of unused lands be
increased, we shall support a new
Commercial Treaty with the United
States of America, hut not on the
principle of annexation or by ceding
any portion of our territories.
Akt. 3. As the underlying prin
ciple of the National party is the
protection to and representation of
the wot king men in tho affairs of the
government, therefore, all measures
for the ndvantage of the working
classes must be promoted, and such
as might he subversive to their rights
and interests must be opposed ;
whilst recognizing at the same time
that capital and labor must go hand
in hand, or one or the other suffer.
Akt. 4. The amendments passed
at the last session of tha legislature
mark the attitude of the National
party as to the fundamental law of
the Kingdom. This party stands
pledged to support all such amend
ments which may commend them
selves to the intelligence of tha
Akt. 5. It is possible that other
amendments may be necessary, and
the action of the party at the last
legislature must be taken as an ex
pression of their future intentions.
Akt. G. Our candidates shall be
pledged to make some of the public
ollicer3 of the Kingdom elective, ex
cepting Cabinet Ministers, the higher
Judiciary, members of the Privy
Council, representatives to foreign
countries, and officers of the royal
guard of the Queen.
Akt. 7. We favor strict eeonomj'
in the expenditure of the public rev
enues, but not to such a degree as to
delay or prevent the carrying on of
necessary internal improvements.
Akt. 8. Our part- considers the
improvement of Honolulu harbor as
paramount in importance to any pub
lic work, and pledges its candidates
to further that work by liberal ap
propriations, and demand of the
Administration the stead' continu
ance and swift completion of the un
dertaking. Akt.. 9. As nest in importance,
being also of a like nature, our party
favors repairs and extensions of
landings, roads and bridges through-
out the Kingdom, considering al
revenues spent in that behalf as well
Akt. 10. Our party demands that i
all work and material needed by the i
Government shall be procured within I
the kingdom so far as practicable.
Akt. 11. We favor the continu-
auce of unremitting service in the
care of the health of the people, cs- ,
pecially the health of the native Ha
waiian people who have become vie- (
tims of leprosy ; therefore, measures i
whereby the most improved methods i
of treatment known here and in for- '
eign lands tending to alleviate the
condition of lepers, or to cure that
portion of our unfortunate fellow eiti- i
ens, shall become our aims. Mens- '
urcfi shall be undertaken for the
benefit of those suspected of having l
leprosy; time shall be given them
before they are entirely segregated,
wherein they may be given the bene
fit of medical treatment, and induce-
tiimitu lift nfff.ro.1 Hinun unnkinrr tn tru
these remedies. Measures to further
improve the condition of affairs at
the .Settlement for lepers on Molokai
shall have our support, and to ward
oil' other things now endangering the
health of the people at large.
Aut. 12. Our party has been true
to its promise to secure the restric
tion of Chinese immigration and to
prevent Chinese competition against
while and native wot king men and
mechanics. We endorse the policy
of restriction as wise and beneficial,
and require our candidates to main
tain legislation supporting that pol
icy, and to strengthen it by amenda
tory enactments if necessary.
Akt. 13. We favor and require
our candidates to make such revi
sions and modifications of the laws
governing the assessment and collec
tion of internal taxes as will meet
the changed industrial conditions of
the kingdom and the exigencies of
tho times, and thereby seciue n Just
distribution of tho burden of taxa
tion. Akt. H.-Tho improvement of
methods for the general education of
the people will claim the attention of
thepaily. If the suffrage is to be
extended it is essential tlmt voters
should be educated and intelligent
Akt. 13. Tho admirable wrk
ilont! Iij the higher uchonls under tho
llourd of Education, so blr furthers!
by the St. LouIb und Kaniekmucha
icliool, ii lilting a ulusn of worthy
IlnwHiians as teachers for district
schools, and it may be desirable to
modify the policy of the board so
fat as' to moke pinecs for Hawaiian
To Art. 9 I wdtild add, that scows
and wharfs should be free. If the
latter have been built by private par
ties, tho state should repay to them
such a ratio of their expenses as the
public use hears to the private use.
1 would also regulate tho charges
of public carriers. If they contract
to carry a large amount of freight
for SI per ton, they should not be
allowed to charge more than $1.25
per ton for a smaller amount offered
to them, and if less than one Ion at
the rate of $1.50 per Ion.
Art. 12 reads quite smoothly, but
its object is very difficult to accom
plish. Should the full Court uphold
the opinion of Judge Dole declaring
the law passed by the last Legislature
unconstitutional, we will stand before
the old dilemma. We need sugar
plantations; the plantations need
cheap field hands. After some years
these men are contract free and then
how can we prevent them from com
peting with the skilled labor of white
men and natives 1 How would it do
to create guilds, trade unions with
legal sanction, the members only of
nliich would have the privilege to do
certain kinds of work, and the power
through their elected heads to accept
as new members only accomplished
workmen? I would like lo hear your
opinions about this (or other matters
as well), and promise to give them
thorough consideration. Perhaps we
may come to a practical result in that
One of these days I will come
around to your place and hope then
to make your personal acquaintance
and have a talk with you about all
matters needing the attention of the
One thing more: Unless you see
that you are registered as voter for
Representative you will he deprived
of such rigid by a blunder of the
Minister of Interior. Register and
please vote for measures, not for
men. The nominees of the Planters'
or Reform Party will sacrifice the in
terest of everybody else for the bene
fit of a Few plantation owners. Do
not understand this advice as given
in enmity against our sugar planters.
"We need them, we have to do any
thing possible to make sugar planting
pay, only we have to defend our
own interest ngainst unreasonable
Hoping that my principles may
have your approval and that you will
give me your vote, I remain,
A preservative against rotting,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will preserve any kind of wood above
or under ground or watrr and pro
long its life at. lea-vt 100 percent..
Will keep oil' all sorts of insects,
vermin or other enemies of wood.
Will prevent rats and mice gnawing
wood coated with it
Will force all moisture out of woixl
without closing the poies.
Will prevent shingles, coaled with
it, from rotting, cracking or warping.
Will prevent rope treated with it
from rotting, causing it to remain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tonedos will not attack timber
coaled with it.
Carbolineum nvenaiius dees not
contain acids or poisonous ingredients
injiuious to the fibres of wood.
Tho following is an extract from
j the London "Building World:' "The
ditectors of the Palatine Railways say
of Curboliueum Avennrius: "Two
boards cut from one and the same
piece of pine, one of which for the
sake of experiment was painted with
Carbolineum Avenarius, and the
other left unpamled, were buried, and
after a lapse of three years dug up
and examined. The result was, .that
the wood to which tho Carbolineum
Avenarius had been applied shewed
no signs of decay, whilst the other
was found lo he in a rotting condi
As a wood preservative it has no
For -ale by
Tin: Hawaiian Haudwaiik Co.. Li.,
Fort street, opposito Spreckels.
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite during the winter months on
account of its great success in the
cure of colds. There is nothing that
will loosen a severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly relieve the lungs.
I Tl,en !t counteracts any tendency lo-
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to take, and fully worthy of its
popularity. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
In Nolectins your Clirist
1U1I8 Presents rion'l lorgel
that a Picture in uniontr the
very best and that the place
to get such tilings is at King
UroK., Hotel Street.
Lust, Strayed or Stolen.
A BLACK Shepherd Dog
answers to name ot
"Tiidle." Anyono retain
ing said animal in his pos
session after publication of
this notice will bo proseeuled. A suit
able reward will he paid for its return to
O. J. HOLT,
1 NOW all men by
this notice that.
from and after this date. 1 liuvu
this day discharged Mr. II. U. Ulukou
from acting as an agent for mo In any
sense wlmiuver, in the chaigo and ad
ministration of all my property, and In
tlie collection of all duet and rents upon
any and all my estate in this Kingdom.
Any out) who lioltN or U in poscMl(u
of auy property or who lus any hiisluess
or (myiueais to timkf, rlll trnuiwct tlio
saint) wltk mo personally at my place t
lloniukuliu, tit Ilonolnlu, Ohu.
Per Jk, Nnwulil.
Honolulu, Nov. U. Uitl. !: Urn
Oceanic Sloisliin Go.'!!
from S. F.
for S. F.
Jan 20 Feb 2
Feb 23 March 1
March 22 March 29
April 19 April 20
June 14 June 21
July 12 July 19
Aug 9 Aug 1G
Sept l Sept 13
Oct 4. Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Fran
cisco. Alameda Feb 11 Mariposa
Mariposa Mar 10 Monowai
Monowai April 7 Alameda
Alameda May 5 Mariposa
Mariposa Juno 2 Monowai
Monowai June 30 Alameda
Alameda July 28 Mariposa
Mariposa Aug 25 Monotvni
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa
Mariposa. Nov 17 Monowai
Formerly the urand Hotel.
Corner Second & Maikct Streets, San
This Fine Hotel, centrally located for
business purposes, having been thor
oughly renovated and newly furnished
Uuoughout, offers special conveniences
to intending visitors from the Hawaiian
tyA complete system of electric belN.
Direct communication witli Hoffman
Rsoms from $1 per Day Upwards.
287 3 m
AN INYO ICE
From Havana Direct.
C 0. BERGEf-j.
Corner Bethel & King Streets.
Will furnish estimates for all kiuds of
Frame li.ilhllng-i. Manufacturers and
dealers in Furnitme. The latest pat
terns imported from the Coast Mill
work done and all kinds of Mouldings
made at the shortest notice.
t8T Furniture Store at No. 00 Nuu
niiii street, ouno. Ah Hee's. 302 3in
FOR SALE !
XIIAVE lour Fine Resilience Sites,
situated on liikoi street, for sale.
The Lots have a floatage of !U feet on
Piikoi street and are 200 feet deep, are
nicely laid out in fruit and shade trees
and are all covered with grass; water
laid on throughout. The situation of
these Lots and the limited number make
it necessary that Intending purchasers
should make early application to the
undcrshjued, from whom all particulars
can be had. JAS. F. MORGAN.
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates given on all kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. All
kinds of Jobbing in tho Building Trade
attended to. Keeps for sale Brick, Lime,
Cement, Iron Stono Pipe and Flttlngi,
Old and Now Con ugated Iron, Miutou
Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and
colors; California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc.
jffir Olllce and Yard : Cor. King and
Smith streets. Olllce Hours: B to 12
A. St., and 1 to 4 v. M.
U- Telephones s Bell, 351 ; Mutual,
417. Residence: Mutual, 410. P.O.
Box, 117. 12!) iv
Honolulu Steam Pinning Mllb, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, llllnils,
Sashes, Doors, and all kiuds of wood
work ilnlsh. Turulug, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kiuds of Sawing and
Plauiii);, Morticing and Tenanting,
tar Orders promptly attended to and
work guaranteed. Orders from the
other Islands solicited. 1 -J1
.Jowolor &. WutolimuUor.
KUKUI JEWEUIY a BrECIALTY.
! Jtins; Htrewt, Ilonolnlu, H. I.
PiinieuUr utta(lim nuld to all
binds of repairs. l-M
Aro Receiving New Invoices ofj
B00KIAND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
- nt their
Steam Printing Oice
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Where they me fully prepared to do all
kinds of work hi the latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Kates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty !
Executed in the Most Attractive
Printed, and Blocked when desircd.-
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ialties and get the Bullktin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of nil kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Libts,
General Rook Work,
Eu.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
CQr No Job Is allowed to leave the of
fice until it gives, satisfaction.
BULLETIK PUBLISUIIG CO.,
Tl tlee MU-eet, Uoolla, U. I.