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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1892.
It M S Maiiposa, llayward. from the
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyrcboig, IS days,
from fan Francisco,
R M S Mariposa, Hay waul, for San
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
iJtmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 2
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Fianciseo, Rear-Aduilrul
Hrown, from San Diego .
Am bktnc Planter, Dow. from San Fran
cisco Am sclu Aloha, Johnson, from San
Dan bk J J Lot, Ncl-on, from Hon
duras H 11 M S Chani)ion, Itooke, Johnston
Ger lik Isenberg, Kuic, fiom San Fian
eUeo Am bkt S N Catle, Hubbard, from San
Am lk Matilda, Swensoii, from San
Am sh Topgallant. Reynolds, from De
Am sh Morning Light, Johansen, from
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Hid? Mori, fiom Japan
U S S Boston, from San Francisco, July
11 M S Alameda, Moisc, fiom San Fran
cisco, .1 nly 20
S S Australia, Houdlctte, fiom San Frnn
- Cisco, August 10
Am bktno Wicstlcr, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug 15
Am bk Margin etfioui Newcastle, NSW
Ilk (Iieta from Newcastle, N S W
Fiom San Frauci-co, per birk Forest
Queen, July 28 J I Hnivey.
From the Colonies, per R M S Mari
posa, July 28 Cabin Mr and Mrs Hun-tcr-Biowno.
Steerage -Fred Leslie, II
W Poster, Dr Albert D.ineo, and 101 In
For San Francisco, per RMS Mari
posa, July 28 Hobt Cowes, Miss C
Mooie, A A Mooie, Jr, Judge F W
lleubhaw, R W Fitzgerald, Capt U Nel
son, Rev anil Mis A Mackintosh, C
Wlso, J C Wilson, Cnptaiu v Matson
and wife, J W Brown, G N Hind, Jas
King, 1) Noonan, R W Keeeh. Edgar
lMlt, E R Ilendiy, O .-elunidt, It O
Staekable, P Appel, Geo Glbb, E
Haines, D W Kratzer.
The Mariposa's outward cargo from
here consisted of 1740 bundles bananas,
530 of which was shipped by Campbell,
Marshall & to, and 31 boxes of pine
apples, 731 pines, The cargo is valued
Tho American b.uk Foiest Queen, R
II Dyieborg, master, arrived this morn
ing, 18 ilays from ban Francisco with a
cargo of general men haudise, besides u
dcckload of fertilizer. she Is docked at
The schooner Mlllo Mori is returned
from the llatuuiina Fishing Ground lust
evening, where sho had been to take up
tho buoy, so as to have now chains at
tached. Tim present one had been there
a good whllo and It was thought to bo
During tho mouth of May, 32 vessels
were launched from tho Scotch ship
building yaids, with an aggregate ton
nage ot 20,OG(1 tons. Of these II weic
steaiiieis of the small aggregate of 5541
tons, and IS were sailers of the large
uggiegato 01 21,4'jo tons, mho total coin
paies with 2U,5U0 tons in May of last
year, and It biings the live mouths total
ill) to 172,450 tuns, as cnmpaied with
147,532 tons In 1B01, and 175,000 In 1800.
OLD RAGS WANTED.
Clean white rags suitable for
bundages are wanted for itso ut the
RWhop Home and tho Hoys' Home,
Leper Settlement, Alolokai. Ring up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
he sent for, or leave the same ut the
ollice of the Hoard of Health or at J.
T. Waterliouse'rJ, Queen street.
When j 011 warn-si I'orirnii
KnlitrgiMl call on Kinu Bros,,
gut tlii'ir priuo Hut tuid Hto
pumnli'Pt Tlioy cun't b bout.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind light cast.
Mn. Alb. Kocbolo, of, bug fame, la
a through passenger on the S. S.
Mu, Olinrles Crozior and Mrs. .1.
Howie, lately of Maui, will bo married
l'tMiBEii Thou, Smith
posa has the thanks of
for news favors.
of tin Mari
Notiiino was doiui in the Police
Court this morning, except two iiho
Captain Charles Nelson, owner of
the bark J. .?. Lotz, left for the Coast
on tho Mariposa tn-duy.
ZiMMUiiMAN, the American cyclist,
won tho champion fiO-niilo run 10
cently, defeating all comers.
L. J. Lnvnv will hold a salo of eet
tain articles attached for distraint of
rent at his salesioom lit noon to-morrow.
Mil. A. W. Keeeh, Stipci intending
Engineer of the I. 1. S. N. Co., was 11
passenger by tho S. S. Mariposa to
day. Tin: German warships Speiber and
Utissard were at Apia when tliu mail
left. The French cruiser Duchuli'ault
had left on a cruise. .
Tun latest phase of tho quarantine
dispute is a request fiom the Board
of Health to tho Collector-Uononil for
sending tho 1'ort Suncyor into quar
antine. Mit. J. E. Harvey, an Englishman
traveling for his health, nrrived in
tho "Faradiso of tho Pacific" by the
Forest Queen this morning Ironi San
Ovide Musin tho violinist and com
pany played live nights to crowded
houses in Auckland. The Herald says
MtiBin has never been excelled there
as a violinist.
D. V. Kratzkii and It. C. Stack
able, late Government school toaeheis
on Kauai, were passengers by the
Mariposa to-day for an indefinite stay
in the Stales.
Mn. and Mrs. Horn pel, two children
and nurse, Mrs. John Hutchison and
idiss Scott look passage mi tho
Oceanic for San Francisco after our
list was got yesterday.
An ulaini of lire was rung from the
Bell Tower about 11 o'clock this
11101 ning. It was for a small blaze
in a lioiibC above Hon. V. C. Wildor's
residence. No damage.
Tub R. M. S. S. Maiiposa. sailed
shoitly after noon to-day, the bind
seeing her oil". Befoio departure Un
hand boys gave 'Ta-ia-ra-boom-de-.iy"
to the evident delight of tho Colonials
who joined in the chorus of the ditty.
The Mariposa carried twenty-live pas
sengers from heio.
Tin: complimentary concert to Mr.
S. M. Shortridgeat the Hawaiian Ho
tel last evf ning was highly enjoyed.
Mr. Shortiidge was also entertained
at dinner by His Excellency Samuel
Parker and Hon. W. II. Cornwell.
During his visit here Mi. Shortiidge
has made many friends.
Pout Surveyor Clarence L. Crabbe
came ashore from the S. S. Oceanic
yesterday afternoon, intending if he
was detained by the Health authori
ties to test the case in the Supremo
Court. Mr. Crabbo stated that he
had not mingled with tho Chinese
immigrants. Ho is still at liberty.
Mn. W. A. Wall and his bonnio
brido arrived homo by tho hist Aus
tralia. Tho newly married couple re
ceived a full outfit of househo'd furni
tuio by the baik Foiest Queen this
mo) ning from the Indianapolis Fur-
nituio Co. No place like home.
Miss Viiginia Calhoun's impres
sions of tho Volcano have been re
ceived too late for this is&uo. Her
letter was originally written at the
Volcano House but was lost, unfor
tuii'itely, with several articles of in
trinsic value, on tho ride to Hilo.
Tub Pottugneso Sunday hcIiooI
(Protestant) is having a gala day on
tho giounds of Ouhu College. Teach
ers and friends aro enteitainiug the
pupils to the number of 1)0 at a pic
nic under the s'.perinieudcuce of Dr.
N. B. Emerson, who is tilling Mr.
Dillingham's place, in his absence, as
Mipcrintcndcnlnf the sjh 10I.
0. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
on Lilil a
An upright Wcsteriueycr piano is
offered for sale at a bargain.
Arii.it siiaviug iisu Cucumber .Skin
'Ionic. Heiisou, Smith it Co., Agents,
SiiNHUHN ichevcd at ouco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Notioi: is given ivgaidiug game
lights on the lands included in the
Jah. F. Morgan will sell tho mer
chandise of Nam lling l'Uiig, bank
rupt, at 10 o'clock Fiiday,
Ladii:s' shampooing and hairdicss
ing done at their houses by .Miss
Wolf, 1'A Beriilauia tlicot, Mutual
Telephone 0911 8-:tm
Din.iuioiih coiico ami ohocolati) will
he seived uvoij iiiurn ng cnily at the
Palace Ice Cic.im 1'ailois, Ludwigscu,
it (Jinn, Hiilel stieci. I-11
Dit. MoLknnan has removed
Alnkea street, oppositu tlioV.M.C.
A. hall, muuiisch lately occupied hv
Docioi Lui.. Ollice hours,!) to 12,!
2 to J and n cuing (i to 7. Kund.ivs :
10 to 1. Hell Telephone, 11)7, Mutual,
Mius M.uty Lyi.i:, lately hook-kcepei
with Egau it Gunn, is , opiiieil t Uu
stenographing and typewriting at
moderate r.itce. Graduate of Hold's
Hlininer.s College, San Fianeisco.
Otlico with C. .1. MeCaithy, WW Mci-
l chant titrecl, 2-iin
Tiiuksday, July 28, 1892.
The Assembly convened at 10
o'clock. Minutes of previous meet
ing were read and appiovcd.
Rep. Kapaliu read for tho (list
time hills (1) relating to executions
in civil proceedings. (2) Relating
to tho consolidation of tho Election
Laws of the Kingdom.
Minister Spencer presented ans
wers to questions asked by Rep.
Ashford regarding John Ncill, Kiro
Marshal, and to the effect that (1)
Tho commission of Mr. John Ncill as
Fire Marshal, was signed by linn as
Minister. He was appointed April
1st, 181)1. (2) Before giving h 111
his commission he was asked if lie
was an Hawaiian subject and ho ans
wered that ho was. Kind upon ex
amination of the records of natural
ization thai his name docs not ap
pear, and in explanation Mr. Neill
says, in a letter handed herewith,
that "1 answered that I was an Ha
waiian citizen because I took the
oath to support the Constitution and
Laws before Mr. Jonathan Austin in
1887, prior to tho election and have
always believed that that made me a
subject of tho Kingdom, and my
answer to you at the time was in full
faith." (;i) Upon inquiry at the
Foreign Ollice, Mr. Neill's name is
not found on the
record of Deniza-
to the Judiciary
Under suspension of the rules the
following petitions were presented
By. Rep. Albert Horner from N.
Hilo containing oO signatures praying,
(1) That physicians that do not
effect cures shall not he paid. (2)
That Crown lands shall not he sold
or leased. (3) That Hawaiian women
lie prohibited from marrying foreign
ers. (4) That jurors on coroners
inquests be paid $1 per hour. (5)
That Hawaiian and foreign jurors be
paid $!) per day. To Committee on
By the same member from the
same locality (1) That foreigners
married to native women be not per
milted to leave this country without
lirst securing his properly if any for
the benclit of his wife and children.
(2) That no Government odicial be
permitted to travel or waste time,
but must be iu his ollice 10 hours
each day. (I!) That school teachers
be paid per clay and not per month.
(1) That no Government ofiicial be
allowed to hold more than one ollice.
(5) That all Government olllcinls
shall be elected. To Committee on
Also by the same member, (1)
That licenses for the sale of Hawai
ian jerked beef and pork be repeal
ed. (2) That the, further taking of
lepers to Kalawao be prohibited. (3)
For the erection of a schoolhouse at
Kaala. (4) The road of Keawilii
be re-opened, (o) That the mount
ain road of Maulua be re-opened. To
Committee on Miscellaneous Peti
tions. Also by the same member, (1)
That a commercial leciprocity treaty
be entered into with the United States.
(2) That the law relating to leper
suspects be repealed. (II) That the
law relating to vaccination be repeal
ed. (1) That the practitioners of
medicine of all nationalities lie per
mitted to practice without license.
(."j) That attorneys at law shall not
be paid unless successful in the eases
that they shall handle. To Commit
tee on Miscellaneous Petitions.
By Rep. Knmnuoha from Kohnla
that a new Constitution be granted.
To special committee on Constitu
By Rep. Nawalii, 1 1 petitions from
Hilo containing 430 signatures, pray
ing that a new Constitution lie grant
ed. To special committee. (2) That
the salary of the doctor on the law
to mitigate be no longer paid. To
Sanitary Committee. (.'J) Tluil&00
be appioprmted for a wharf at Punn.
Tabled for Appropriation Bill.
By Rep. Kauhi fiom the district of
Ewa (and the member said that was
noteworthy as being the only one pre
sented therefrom) containing 122
signatures thul some niraiigciucnt be
made with the United States by
which Pearl Harbor should he open
ed. Referred to special committee
having charge of canal mallei s.
By Rep. White live petitions all in
favor of having a new Constitution
being granted. To Committee on
Constitutional mattci s.
By Rep. Kninauoha from Kohala
that a new Constitution be granted.
To Constitutional Committee.
Noble Pun read for the first time 11
bill to authorizo the Minister of the
Interior to issue Royal Patents to
persons entitled thereto.
At 10;:)2 the Unllnished Business
being brought up, thu consideration
of Bill 59, to provide for the ic-codi-(ication
and revision or compilation
of the penal laws of the Kingdom,
came before the House.
During discussion noticu was re
coived of a (Ire being iu progress at
the residence of Hep. W. C. Wilder,
and many members living in that vi
cinity lett the I louse. A motion
was soon after made that tecess be
taken until 1 :J10 and at 11:15 the
House look recess.
'I O close the hiisluem of the late 111 111
i of II. II. Williams & Co. on ac
count of dcpattuie of members of said
lb in, all leiuainlng outstanding accounts
duo that thui have been placed with
Mr. A. S. Haitwell for Immediate col
lection. 11. 11. WILLIAMS & CO.,
By .1.11. Wood,
July 18, I8U2. 17! liteod
AH ORGANIST'S ANNIVERSARY.
On Sunday next, July 31, Mr.
Wrny Taylor completes his twelfth
year as organist nt St. Andrew's Ca
thedral. Ho has also been organist
nl Knumnkapili Church four years
and two mouths, and during 1891
was tempniary organist at Central
Union Church for ton months. Dur
ing these twelve years Mr. Taylor has
done more than any other person to
elevate both the taste for organ
music and the standard of church
music iu these islands. His series
of recitals on the mngnificenl organ
in Kaumakapili Church, which by the
way is his own design, have been
among thu most successful euteitiiin
nients given iu Honolulu. They aie
always attended by largo audiences
who go nway much pleased.
SENT TO THE ASYLUM.
Mr. J. C. Marclnuit, lately book
binder in the Press Publishing Co.'s
ollice," was committed to the insane
Asylum this moriiiim. Mr. Mar
cli.int had been ailing of general de
bility lor some time past and on
July 2d ho was sent to the Queen's
Hospital by the Sti anger's Friend
Society for treatment. The past
week, however, he became worse and
worse. Dr. J. McKibbin is of the
opinion that Mr. Marchant is affect
ed with senile dementia. Mr. Mar
chant is about 53 years of age and
was well known to many as a well
educated man. It is to be hoped he
will recover from his nllliction.
RETURNED FROM ABROAD.
Mr. Fred Leslie, of Kohala, Ha
waii, who it will bo remembered was
reported as having skipped out with
the funds belonging to a billiard
saloon at that place some time ago,
and left penniless his wife and family
returned by the It. M. S. Maiiposa
fiom the Colonies this morning. Mr.
Leslie wrote to his wife recently,
sending her financial aid. This fact
and his return rather spoil tho little
sensation attaching to Ins departuie.
FOIt S A 1.13
BARGAIN 1 I plight Wu-teiinever
Piano, eiy nearly now: a veiv
handsome piece of fiunituic and iu per
fect older. Apply at once at this ollice.
I S3 3t
1 HAVK tills dav "riven to
J Brown the 1
exclusive 1 nihl and pii-
vilcge to the game p esenes of the lands
included iu tin; Wahlawa Haucli, Dis
trict of Wa'alua, Island of Ouhu. All
lights and pmiloge-. herctofoio granted
ti shoot game on these lands aie heieby
(Signed) GFO. M. RVUPP.
Honolulu, July 27, 1S02.
RI2KKRRIXG to the above the uiider
dei 'signed eise- notice that having
iu'qnhcd the exclusive light to the above
mentioned game preserve for the spe
cial purpose of brerdhu: game blids,
imported and otherwise, all persons aie
heieby untitled and foi bidden from going
on said lauds to shoot or liuiil muue of
any kind whatsoever. Any poiiou di
legaidbifr this notice will be piomptly
(signed) OH AS. L. BROWN.
Honolulu, July 28, 1S'I2. 183 Ut
OiriuJit EilU8 k Mir !
tOf IN GOOD ORDKR "&i
H. F. WICHMAN
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pleieed wink now so popu
lar and nl pi lees which you will
High Grade Goods.
H. J. WICHMAR
HUSTAUE & CO,,
WOOD & COAL.
White So Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the veiy lowest
liiaikel late.s foi (JAsll.
Hull Tele, 414. "ftiUci Kdflr' Mutual Tele. 19.
hl'RINGFIELD IIO-Llght Gas Mn-
chine In coinjilete woiklug older
and guai anleed. Will bo sold upon
fiivorahln Iciuis to tho pin chaser. Also
a few Handsome Fixture. Apply to
3'JO tf King Street,
OUR STOCK OF
ALL OK WHICH AKK FRKSH.
KVKItY PACKAGK GUA
l-opiiIjLx Pi-iccs !
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Coniisr l''oi'l t ICliiur tiu'otH.
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30.
Benefit of Kawaiahao Church,
Under the I'atiomige of Her Majesty
Tins AiiAiioi Mi:li: Hawaii Nouau
will give Niels Glide's Beautiful Can
tata, iu tluee pan-, entitled,
toy- The Cant ita will he given iu Ha
waiian, under the management of Mis.
Haalelca, with appropriate Tableaux,
Costuming, etc. S0I0-1 by the Well
Miss F. J. Nolto,
Mrs. Leihulu Keohokdlolc,
' Mr. Robt. S. Kapua,
A-ited by an Hllieient Choi us and Or
chestra under the direction of Piof. II.
lteiger, with the help of D. IC. Naoue
and D. L. Naone.
CSy" Lilncttos for the oecie
for sale at the Opera Iloii'-e.
Ion will he
SI. 00, Ti'ie and
n$r Box Ollice
duly 211th. at 1 l'
Lewis .1. Levey.
at the ollice of
tho annual mcetiuu of stock
holder of the llauale) Sugar
Mill Co. held this day, the fallowing
(illiceiri were eleelul for the ensuing
L. Cai tcr, Kmj.,
Hun. J. N. S. Williiiins,
Secretary J. O. Cat tor,
Ticastirer. . . .Geo. II. Roheitson,
Auditor I. O. Cartel,
Who aro alto Directors of tho Com
pany. .1. O. CARTER,
Secretary II. S. M.Co.
Honolulu, .Inly 18, 181)2. 171-lni
Iu the lion Mini
will please tike
O Sugar Coiup my
notice that the annual meeting of the
Company will he held at the ollice of C.
Biewer it Co., Queen stiiet, on WED
NESDAY, August 10th. at 10 o'clock
A.M. A.C. LOVKKIN,
.Sccietaiy II S. Co.
Honolulu, duly li'l, 18!U. 181 lit
'pilK Annual Meeting of the Stoek
1. holder of tho Waiohlmt Agi (cul
tural A Gra.lug Co. will be held at thu
ollice ef (lie Picsldcut, Mr. M. P itobin
miii, In HoiKdiilu, on WEDNESDAY,
August It, IbtiL', at 10 o'clock A. .M.
C. P. IvUKEA,
hecietary W. A. iV, G. Co.
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Boaid of
Trustees of thu Queen's Hospital
will be held at the Room of the ( ham
her of Common u on MONDAY, tho -JM
August, IKtt:, at 10 o'clock a. m , for tint
piupofd of cons! Icilug piopoM'd amend
incuts to tho By-Lavvn.
Honolulu duly '-V, 1M.', 178 lui
' plli: uudcislgued deshen that all blll
I agaiuct the Cilteilou Saloon for
Ilic quaiter eliding
sentcil at once.
tiutli lie pie
Honolulu, July'.'?, Ib'JJ
WOULD YOU DO IT !
If to keep up with the fashion you
were asked to sing a eong,
Would you do it Yes?
So would I.
If upon some current topics you were
asked to come out stiong,
Would you do it Yes?
So would I
Some think all public niatlois aro a
lion id bote, hut I
Like men to have opinions they are
ic id to stand by,
Now if evi r for your Queen and Coun
try you weic linked to die
Would yi-ii do it Yes?
Sh would I.
I I'm tune we stopped some people
ftiitii II -u'iiik Hawaii's pursu,
Some Legislative bluudiieis want
sending back to nurse.
Would vim send them Yes?
So would L
1 he plows which Hun our Rod up
should be light and strong and
If I said the "Hi:niuy Hiu:aki:k'h"
worth more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAW All AN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Honolulu.
Children's Hats - - - Infants' Bonnets.
The Largest Assortment Can be Found at
:mr. . $
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
CHILDREN'S LACE HATS.
CHILDREN'S SILK MULL HATS
CHILDREN'3 SILK HATS.
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN HATS.
CHILDREN'S STRAW & LEGHORN HATS-
INFANTS' LACt BONNETS.
INFANTS' CHIFFON BONNETS-
INFANTS' MUSLIN BONNETS.
INFANTS SILK BONNETS.
Sua Bonnets in White, Cream, Light Blue and Pink.
WE CAN GIVK YOU A PROPER FIT IN ANY STYLE OF
BYB GLASSES or SPECTACLES
tfj j. rPWO Nicely Fiinilslied
AZ""Sf& Rooins centrally located.
iyvu a XT ICHI A' Furnished CV
Vt'Sg.. L at Maklkl near Iti
SJSS r nia-stteet car. Rent $
Apply this ollice,
UVAL PRKMISKS. :il
BercUinli slieet, opuo-
sllc Foi t-stieet Chinch. Ap
R. 1. LILLIK,
At Tlicn II. Diivii". .v Co
NEW Douse of Five Rooiiih
on Magalnn stieet, with
Bathroom, Patent W. C, etc
01111111111114 one of the Illicit views iu
Honolulu. Apply to
177 if .1. M. VIVAS.
NICE Cotiigu on Beie-
su y n iiiiihi niiui,L 111,1 1 111 1,1
SiciitSf stieet, coutainliig I'm lor, Two
Bediooius, Batliiooin, Dlulug-ioom,
Pantry and Kitchen; Servant'is Room,
Carriage lluiisu, Stalile, etc. Tramcar
pas-, every at) iiiliiutes. Apply otlico of
this paper. Ifts If
FOR KENT or LK VrilO
'.TiV r I.. ..I., clu.r lull ..I
II IC I'u'iiiUiM on lhuina
ntriel lately occupied by
"j.W5V .. it. Annuo, ii .M'W ami
Desirable House containing Kitchen,
Bathroom, etc , etc Also, Oulhou-Cs
on tho piciulsc-., will he rented or
le.led Posn('Blon given Ut of .Inly.
Apply on thu piciiii-.es.
trr. lui A. II. NAONF.
NOriliK 1 OEliTOKS.
I" 1 1 10 imih'i signed heieby gives notice
that she ! the sole owner of the
jewel-) liu.-lnerR herelotorc coudueied
for liei on Foil stieci, uouoiiiiu, uy
.lo-eph lliili.ir.li. That sho has deter
lulncil to eloyi out said hulnc and t(
call hi all outstanding account.., wheto
foie all panics owing account-, for goods
puichased or woikdouoai hci stotuaie
iicieli) notilleil to make pioinpt payment
of the same to C W. Ashlonl, at Ids
otlico oil Meichant stieet. Mr. Ash
foKi'siccclpis will be good acquittance
for all sueli aecnuut-i.
Mils. E. BATOHKI.OR.
Hoiiolulu, July II, lb'J2. 471 2v
: : : Honolulu II.
Beg to announce the arilv.d
German B irk
J. C. PFLUGER"
11!) Days from Bremen, with
As.-oi tnient of
Oils & PaintP,
Bass & Bagging,
i O I 113,
Ccraont & Firo Clay,
Miaoral W itar ,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
mM mMu Sites
FOK S VLEl
I II WE lour l'itio Residence Site?,
1 situated 011 1 llkoi stieet, for sale.
The Lotri have it Ooutairo of tit feet 011
Phkol stieet and 1 ic L'OO feet deep, aro
nicely laid out In fiult and shade trees
and are all coveied with grasj water
laid 011 throughout. Thu situation of
thcie Lots and the limited number make
It neces-ary that Intending purchasers
should make early application to tho
uudoirdgticd, from whom all particulars
can he had. .JAS. F. MORG N,