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Vol. ILL No. 351.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY EVENING, FEBIUJAKY 22, 1892.
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IE "DAILY B0LU1T18"
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At tin, Otlleu, Queen alrect, lloiiululu,
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tions "Manaoku Daily Bulletin."
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tion "tiuiTuu Daily Uullkyin."
I'. O. (tux HV. Honolulu. II. I.
Attorney at Law anil Notary
Merchant street, Honolulu. 1-U1
J ALFRED MAQOON,
. Attorney at Law anil Notary
Public. No. A2 Merchant street, Hono
HW. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Jinpoitcrs & Commission Mer
chants. Foitsti cut, Honolulu. 1-01
I T HAOKFELD & OO
,i.X. General Commission
anil Queen streets, llono-1-91
lulu, H. I.
GW MACFARLANE S2 CO.,
Importers ami Coinmlsslon
Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-91
1 ONSALVES & CO.,
VJT Wholesale Grocers
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Impoiter and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. 1. 1-91
ILDER & CO.,
Oils, Nulls, Salt and Building Materials
at every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L EWERS & OOOKE,
Importers and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. l-'Jl
I I H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
.Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Chip's Blacksmithiiig. Job Work ex
ecuted at phort notice. 1-91
JO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. & 12 IV rX
Sluliultoiiu. Kiihaln, Hawull.
WENNER & CO.,
92 Tort Struct, Honolulu
Atlas Assurance Goinpany
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
Kliii; Mtreet. Ilouulitlii.
Kscellent accommodation for patients.
DH. A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7:30 to 10 u. in.; 12:30
4 VM to G p. m.
Tklkimionks: Bell ail. Mutual 183.
' l. (). Itdx 82fi. 10'Jtf
VIM G-FAT & CO.,
Cgrner Qcthol & King Streets.
Will furnish estimates for all klius of
Frame B.illdlngo. .Manufacturers uii
iloalera in Furnituio. The latest pat
terns Impmted fioin thi Coast Mill
work done and all kinds of Mouldings
liiiido at tho slioi-ict notice,
Hair Furidiuru Htoio at No. 90 Nuu
uuu street, i)o. Ah I loo's, 1102 :im
TO LET !
About to be built t the corner of Ilero
tiiuia and KVi-uuiuuku btieeu, each con
taining Tailor, Ulnliig-rogi, Hahyay,
i Itidiouins, Kitchen, 1'nntry uui Utl
Qj-Tlie plans can ho seen at my
oltlre, and any alterations dexlrcil by a
tenant - 111 be inadu.
W8 U O. J. McUAimiY.
Australian Mail Service!
HMt N,JV PUAJV4?IM.
The New and Flue Al Slcol SteauiBhlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Syduoy
and Auckland on or about
March 10, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
mails and passengers on or
about that datu.
jfiy" For freight or pussage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IKWIN
& CO., Id,
For Sydney and Auckland I
and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
March I I, 1892,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
C2T For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
Will leave Ilonoluluat 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Buy
and Mukonu the same day; Mahu
kon.a, Kawuihao and Luupahoehoo the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday . . .-. . . .February 23
Friday March 4
Tuesday " IS
Friday " 25
Tuesday April 5
Friday " 15
Tuesday " 2G
Friday May G
lteturning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; Kawuiliae,
a. m. ; JMahukoua, 12 noon ; Makena,
G l. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 r. m.; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdays
AKUIVES AT UONOLULU.
Wednesday March 2
Saturday " 12
Wednesday " 2U
Saturday ... April 2
Wednesday " 13
Saturday " 211
Wednesday May 4
Saturday " M
SJ8J No Freight will ho received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching ut Kahu
lui, Huelo, Hatia, Humou and Kipu
liulu. lteturning will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
fj& No Freight will bo received
after i r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo at tho landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
froight has been landed. While the
Company will ubo duo diligence in
handling live' stock, wo decline, to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
loss of Bimio, and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
tho caro of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, rrcsideut.
8. B. HOSE, becrotary.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Tort Snpl.
flGyy.'lov Jia Wutoliiuiiltor.
KUKUI JEWEUHY a SPECIALTr.
Kin; Street, Honolulu, II. I.
kinds of repairs.
paid to all
C. B. RIPLEY,
Offick: ltoom B, Spreekels1 Block.
Mutual Telephone 2Q8,
New Deqlgns j Modern Buildings
Completu plans and Rnoclllcatloiig (or
every iluoci Ijitioti of building. Contrnets
drawn and careful Huperlutendeuce of
consti uction glveu when required. Call
and examluu uluus, apr 29 ly
win Mm Go.s
I herewith appoint Mit. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclotliiug in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROP. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19tb of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIYED.
From Havana Diroct.
C. 0. BERGER.
HUSTACE & CO.,
All orders 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 quantities to suit at lowest pi ices.
$& Okfick: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 &a
tST Boll 414
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Notary Public (or the Island ot Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Grant Slarrlage Licenses, Ho-
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Freight & Parcels Express.
Agents for tho Burlington Route.
Real Estate Broker & JJJE1
Bell Tele. :8.-tuWMuti!ul Tele. 139.
P.O. Box tin.
t&" Ofkice: No. 38 Merchant street,
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. jan 92
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates glvpu 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,
Ccineut, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings,
Old and New Corrugated lion, Mintou
Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and
colors; California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc.
tQr Olllcc and Yard : Cor. King and
Smith streets. Otllce Hours: 8 to 12
a. m., and 1 to 4 v. m.
WJf. Telephones: Bell, 351; Mutual,
417. Residences Mutual, 110. P. O
Box, 117 " ' 129 ly
FOlt SALE I
1IIAVE Four Fine Resldenco Siteu,
situated on 1 llkol street, for sale.
TlieLptb'huvoafiofttagu, of '.U feet qu
4'J,lVo street tind tiro 20U fcl deep, ure
njcely lali init In fruit and biid trees
ami mo al covered Xii grashj water
luhj pn tliroughout. The situation of
these Lot.s and (he limited number make
it nrcegsary thltt lnteudliig iiuicliasers
soild make oarly application to tho
Undersigned, from whom ull particulars
can he had, J AS. F. MOUUAN.
Honolulu Steam Planing MIDj, Espla
MauufaeturoH ull kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frutnes, Ulluds.
I'wS' PoorB' uud "". -r,us of wood'
iIUik utilBh. Turning, Scroll uud Band
Sawing. Ail kinds of Sawing imd.
j'laninif, aionipipg i leniuidtlg.
E5T (vm liromntly alteuileq (o and
work grtiuimteed Orders fiviu tlio
gthcr Islands solicited, 1 -91
VVIiou you wniiL a I'orirait
Enlurged cull on KlnHroH.,
Ket thoii price lint mul hoc
Bumples. Ihoy cuu't be beut,
WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT f
If 1 lay mint o ami wither up nllli doubt
Tlio Mossed Ileitis ot licncn wlicro onco my
ftisscrtwtl Itself ncroncty wifo from itcnlh;
If I ilcny tlio tlilnin pnst tlmllnc out.
Or tt I orplum my nwn soul nf Ono
Ttmt Bwincil ii Kiillit-r, nntl uinko void tho plnco
Within niowlicro llcilwelllii iKiwernndKroco.
WUutdo I Ruin, Hint am injsclf undone?
Wlllltim Doali IIowulls Iti llaircr's.
Tho Connanght Castle had arrived in
Now York. Tho cabin passengers had
gone ashore. Tho steerago people were
being carried awoy by their friends or
by tho boarding house keepers who al
ways lie in wait for them. Those yet
uncalled for sat about tho decks. Wist
ful eyes turned shoreward, anxious to
seo a familiar face and form among all
those straugo ones.
Pat Nolan hod como aboard in all his
bravery a now bluo coat flung open,
that it might not conceal tho shining
watch chain dangling from his vest
pocket, his liat tipjied to ono side in truo
Connanght fashion, with a mighty Bhow
of white collar and cuffs imd blue neck
tie, and his boots for onct) polished by
an "Eyetaliau." Ho throw his shoulders
back and looked his best, for "didn't ho
como aboard to bring his sweetheart,
Annio O'Brien, homo, and wasn't sho
tho purtiest girl in ten counties, and
hadn't sho crossed tlio ocean for his
Pat felt as though every ono who saw
him must know his business there.
Standing still ho looked about him, ex
pecting to seo his little Annio Bomowhero
"Sure, an' wouldn't sho bo as nnxious
to mute him as ho would bo to mate
her?" But strango to say ho could not
Ho wiis a little lato, for there had been
a delay of tho train in which ho cama
down from tho placo where ho was work
ing :is coacliman and gardener. But
surely Annio would never havo gono
ashore without him. Ho walked about
for full ten minutes, looking everywhere,
but still missing tho face ho wanted.
Every now and then a gay ribbon or a
bright coil of hair would mako his heart
danco, but it was novcr Annio's hair or
Annie's bonnet. At last ho inado up his
mind that sho had gono ashore; but in
that case sho hod left word for him, of
course word whero she had betaken
"I beg pardon, sir,? he said, stepping
up to n man who wore a gold band upon
his cap, and was xiresumably an officer
"I beg pardon, sir, but I'm Pat Nolan.
Is theru a bit of a messago left for me,
do you know, sir?"
"Not that 1 am aware," tho officer re
plied. "It was Annio O'Brien," Bald Pat. "Sho
camo over on this steamer; sho expected
mo to lnato her. We're to bo married,
you know, wr, and Bho'd lavo word
where sho is gone Annie O'Brien."
Tho officer turned a curious, startled
gazo upon him.
"Annio O'Brien," ho repeated. "A
"In coorse, sir," said Pat. "She's
comin' over to marry mo, and sho's a
workin' girl. Wo'ro naytheriv ns rich."
The officer looked at him again.
"1 know tho name," ho said.
"You couldn't help noticing the girl,"
said Put. "Sho's a party craythcr, is
Annio, wid oyes liko the sky and gooldon
hair, and a waist yo could span wid yer
two bunds barrin' sho wouldn't permit
ye to do it and a foot light as a bird's
upon tho floor. A little jowel is my An
nie. You'd not fail to notice her."
"Sit down a moment, Mr. Nolan,"
said tho officer. "I will mako come in
quiries. Wait hero for mo."
"A mighty polito gentleman, though
he's as solemn or a funeral," said Pat to
himself. "1 hope he'll not delay long.
I'm wild to seo Annie. Oh, tho divil Uy
away wid tho cam that kept mo from
her! I wonder is sho cryin' her oycs out
for nol seeiu' me? It was what sho had
a right to expect tho first ono aboord."
Tho officer was returning.
He looked more berious than over.
"Mr. Nolan," ho said gravely, "tho
captain would like to speak to you. I
will tako you to him. Wo havo hod a
very stormy voyage, as winter voyjtges
of teu aro."
"But you'vo como into port on as
pleasant a day us thoro is in tho calen
dar," Pat said cheerfully. "A Christ
mas couldn't bo brighter."
"But wo havo had a very unpleasant
voyage," said tho officer gravely.
no opened the' door of tho captain's
cabin. Pat entered with his hut in his
Tho captain, a grave, bronzed man,
with irou gray huir, sat at a table before
an open book, on which his hand lay.
"Sit down," l'u b:lltV
"Tlymk you, sir. It's as easy stand
ing," said Pat, with a low.
"You hod lwttcr sit down," said the
captain. "I may havo to talk to you for
soiuo minutes. I havo homothlug very
particular' to bay if you nro tho right
man. Your namo is"
"Pat Nolan," bald Pat, beginning to
feel astonished, but then perhaps tho
captain, knowing that he was to bo mar
Vied tliat evening, wanted to congratu
late him, to offer him a glass of soma-
thing, or perhaps it was tho way of tht
captains of ocean steamers to bo slow
and solemn, not thinking how ho kept
pcoplo from their sweethearts. So Pat
sat down, put his hut on tlio floor, and
not knowing just what to do cracked all 1
his knuckles ono alter tno omer as no
"Your imuio is Patrick Nolun," said
H captam again, "and you camo on
board to And u young woman a frieiyj
Miv"lweethtyirt promised tawo. Wo.
are to bo married today, saiu rat,
"If God wills it," said tho captain.
"Ay, sir; wo can do nothing widout
that, I well know," bald Pat. "Tho good
Lord above and Father Dunn will help
mo; but I'll do tho Ixst I can to furder ft
The captain looked down upon the
pages of tho book before binj.
"And the namo of tho yonnf girl you
aro asking for?" ho said.
"Annio O'Brien," said Pat, beginning
to think tho captain very stupid "Annie
O'Brien. She's tho Widdy O'Brien's
daughter a doccnt woman is tho widdy,
and well respected. They aro neighbors
thoro at homo in tho onld counthry."
Tho captain ran his finger down a long
column of names, mid stopped at last
and looked at Pat again.
"Wo had a very unpleasant voyage," ho
said slowly "a very, very unpleasant
"Tho other gentleman was telling me
that, sir," said Pat, wishing that this old
gentleman would stop talking about tho
weather and toll him something about
Annie. "Bad weather must bo n threat
on the say," ho said, in order to lw polito.
"And wid nil thlm passengers to bo
watchiu' and carin' fer worso than n
stublcful of hostel!"
"Yes," said tho captain, "wo try to
caro for our passengers, but tho steerago
Is a littlo crowded. Thoy aro often very
"Yos, sir. I was that sick mvself 1
thought 1 bo dyin'," said Pat.
"Some are severely ill," said tho cap
tain. Thin timo Pat mode no answer, but
stared at him with a hot flush rising to
"Sometimes they nro so very ill that
they die," tho captain went on. "Deh
oato women, you know littlo children
and delicate women."
Pat still looked at him in silenco.
"When 1 said that wo had a very un
pleasant voyage I meaut," said tho cai
toin, "that wo had horious illness that
we liad death on board. Two steerage
passengers died. Ono was William
O'Bourko, an old man coming over to
live with his son."
"God rest his boull" said Pat, crossing
"Tho other, who was very ill, was a
woman," said tho captain, "a young
woman, and very pretty. Mr. Nolan,
wo havo to prepare for storms in this
life wo have to braco up and bear them
as well ns wo can. They aro very hard
to bear. I havo hod a great many my
self. At my ago that goes without say
ing; but you are young and full of hope,
1 mu very sorry to say that I am afraid
you aro about to suffer a tcrriblo shock.
It is a painful task to" tell you. Braco
up, my lad. Tho other passenger was a
young woman, and her name, :is wo havo
it written here, was Annio O'Brien."
All tho color had gono out of Put's f aco
by this time. It was white, lips and all.
Ho dropped Ins arms on tho tnblo and
hid his face on them, and great bobs
jhook his frame.
Tho captain wiped tho tears from his
"Talk does no good," ho.said. "Time
only can cdmfdrl you."
"It seems as if I could not believe it,
captain," Pat cried, lifting his tear swol
len face. "Annie my littlo Annie!
Are yo sure it was Annie?"
"Thero was but one Annio O'Brien on
our list," said tho captain. "Sho gave
her namo just before sho breathed her
last. Tho only steerago p;issonger of tho
namo of O'Brien died on tho voyage of
ft fever. Tho doctor cared for her a
well as ho knew how. Tho women
nursed her kindly. Wo buried her at
sea, anu tno utirial service was bjuu ny a
Catholic clergyman who was on board.
You might liko to know that, so I tell
"My Annie my Annie at tho bottom
of tho say!" moaned poor Nolan. "An'
I'll niver bee her again; niver kiss her
red lips; niver feel her two arms about
me neck! Ah, Annio, I won't livo after
you I won't livo after you! Life is too
hard to bear wid that to think of. It's
turned mo to a woman, sir, I'm thiukiu';
but it's the worst blow I iver had in mu
Thero was a knock at tho door just
then. Pat hid his tear btniucd fucu
"No admittance just now," cried tho
"1 didn't mano to como in, plasc, sir,"
said a sweet voice, "but I'd liko to sp.il;
to yo, captain, at yell let me I'm
waitin' this long timo till mo frind come.
aboord to bring mo homo, and I'm get
tin' anxious, feariu' something has hap
pened him. What will I do. sir? 1
know no onu in Americay. Peril ip-i ho
might bo on boord and mo not know it.
Ho'd bo askln' for Annie O'Brien, and
ho'd Ihj Pat Nolan, that I'm promised to.
Dut tho captain had flung wida the
door, and Pat was on his feet, and with
a roar liko that of a buffalo had flung
ids arms about her.
"Glory bo to God nnd ull tho saints!"
ho cried. "You'ro not dead at all)
You're iilivol I've got you safe and
Bound! They'vo lieen tellin' mo you
were dc:ul. Uod help tho man that put
tho thrick on mo, for I'll lavo but tho
bonc-ri uv him I"
"Quiet, thoro!" shouted tho captain.
"Down with your fists, or I'll put you in
irons! What did you mean by asking
for Annio O'Brien, a bk-erngo passenger,
when you wanted Annio Bailey, a first
cabin pas-scnger? That is tho girl that
stands theie. That is the name sho gave
us Annio Bailey."
"Captain, dear," cried Annio, clutch
ing her Pat by tho coat tails, "captain,
darlin', Pat niver knew ho did not.
Since writiu' him, my mother a widdy
inurried again wid Mr, Peter Bailey,
that loipes a fmuo tavern in our town.
So long as I was goiu' from her, and h
propositi' to her, why wouldn't she? And
ho, bavin' money to sparo, said I should
come like a lady, and ald mo passage
in tho foiuebt plnco; and out iv Compli
ment to him -being my mother'a hus
band and so gcucrous to pio 1 sailed as
Annio Bailey. That U tlio way it '.,
panmiiS ia taOmjQ nil -0 throubid
ftrfan from it- t wwltod Pat U) flml
h'.G Hated in tho illlgant saloon, nnd re
mained thero wnitin' for him."
"You'll excuse mo, sir," said Pat, bowi
ing low, "on account of what I've boon
"All right, my man," tho captain an
swered; nnd then Pat throw his urm
about Ids Annio and led her away, the
happiest fellow alive. Mary Kylo Dal
las in Fin-bido Compaulon.
from S. F.
foi S. F.
Fob2:i March 1
March 22 March 29
April li) April 2(5
May 17 May 2-1
lunu 11 Juno 21
.July 12 Inly l'J
Aug t) Aug 1(5
Sept (J Sept lit
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Fran
cisco. Mariposa Mar 10 Monowai
Monowai April? Alameda
Alameda May f Muripobii
Manposa Iune2 Monowai
Monowai lunu 110 Alameda
Alameda July 28 Mariposa
Mariposa Aug 25 Monowai
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa
Muriposa Nov 17 Monowai
Pacific Mail StsaiisMj Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Go.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about' tho following
Stmr. "Rio de Janeiro" April 12, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Juno 9, 1832
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Coinpanie- will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong anil Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Stmr "Ocoanrc" March 5, 1892
Stmr. "City ol Peking" May 5, 1892
Stmr. "Gaolic" Aug. 17, 1892
Bay Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, 350.
SSf For fielght and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2G7 tf Agents.
The undersigned having been nppoluteu
sole ageiius for tlio Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From tho works of
Burham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Arc now prepared to give estimates and
receive oi ders for these engines, of
size and style.
The Baldwin Louohotivk Wouics
are now uiamifactiuiug a stylo of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pU'iiRiue in furiiiihing plantation
agents and nianagei-h with particular)-
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
tho United States.
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
STEAM CAM FACTOR!
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook it
71 Hotel St. -iSttH Telephone 7-L
The Best Lunch in Tovn,
Teu and Ooffeo at 111 Hours
The Finest Brands of
Cigars, J$& Totaci
Alivu-yti on 11 uml.
II. X. NOJLTK, rroprictur.
Oceuic SlBflfflSflip Go
Wm. (1. Irwin tS Company,
OKKI It FOll BALK
.JLiinic "c lycmciit,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
FcU ..team Plpo Cowing, all slies.
MUCK & OllIiANDT'B
High Grado Chemical Cane Hanaro.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fail-bank Canning Co.'s Cornoc
Beef, 1 nnd 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BAKKELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ina. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 124,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, SI 15,947,809.97.
General Agent for Huwallau Islands.
ft. &. Mil & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. . .President it Manager
Glaus Spreekels Vice-President
Walter AL Giffard
becreUiry fc Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OK TUB
or Hun FruiM'l-o. Cut.
CASTLE & C00KE.
Lito, Fire & Marino
Insurance Agents I
New Bngland Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, .
OK HAN KllANOIBCO, CAMKOltNIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
LIST OK OKKIOKllS:
J. 0. Caitei President it Manager
G. II. Itohcitsou ..Treasurer
E. V. Bishop Secretary
W. P. Allen Audltoi
Hon. C. K. Bishop, S. O. Allen,
II. Watei house.
PARISH HANGING I
GIVE J. L Mkveu the Painter a call
and have your Paper Hanging done
promptly and neatly. 180 Fort btreot.
P. O. Box S87. Mutual Teluphouo
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