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THURSDAY, NOV. IG, 1893.
Wnnsr.-ww, Nov. 15.
Btnir J A ('11111111111" from Koolnu
Tiirn'fiw'f Nov. 111.
KM S Si Aliiiuoiln, Mor-u, 111 ilnys from
Mtmr Jump Mukei- fiom Ktiuul
Suhr Moiwulilnu fiom Koholulule
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VosselB Loaving To-morrow.
Iiktiiu Kllkltut, Outler, for Port Tovvn--t'lid
Cartoon from Island Forts.
113 lings rli'o, l!5'J() hag
Stuir .la Msikuo
From Hwlnov, vU Atu'kl.uul, per K M S
8 Alnmciia, Nov lil-Sti-trnj!i-: Mis I.
KIiik, Master Klnu, Mr..l KiiiKiiml infiint,
Mrs Horlitrt ami -2 ulilUlri-u, Mis T Tiomlo
ami infant ami U4 in transit.
Tor San Kuitiui-cii, ier It M SS .VI iueiln,
Nov lti (' H anJ J It liUiiKce, T ClirUtlov,
(J II KruiHi, M UNiohoN, K Narjot, 1 in
Mlurrugu ami (II in transit
The Meiiiui-r .In mi-- Mukcu brought s
ilivk iiuscii(;i'rs and I lopi-i's from Kauai
The soliiioiii-r Robert Lcwois rcci-ived
'.)2U hags of sugar fiom the .steamer Jstmu
Makic thi morning.
Tin" barkt'iitinu Klil.ita' is i-K-a oil at tlio
Ciisioru House and will -nil for Port Tovmi
uml to-morrow morning in liiillul.
One of the buoys marking the entrance
to ttip harbjr naseajiniztd a day or twongo.
Harbor Muster Fill i r was engaged tips
morning in righting i'.
The pig-iron ballast belonging to the
ntu-iiisliiti M ion era, whieh v s piled 1111
m the P. At S. :s wharf Mnee the ve-j-el
went on the reef, was taken buck to that
The steauishli Aiawn, wliieli ha.s been
ehartered to repluee thu .steamship Aliowe
ra, i in New Zealand on Oct. -l!th last,
but was espeeted to arrive in .Sydney on
Nov. loth, and will be despatched from
there on the isth for Vancouver viii Hono
lulu. She is expected Here on the UUth of
Uaptuin l.eland, of the American steam
er I.os Angeles, has been presented, on be
half of the Itritish Government, with 11
handsome pair of binocular glasses, Miit
nbly engrated, for picking up the captain
una four men of the llritish ship King
James at sea, who were in an open bout
more dead than alive, and conveying them
to (sun Krancisoo.
On Friday, Oct. (1, the brigantine Doug
lutf, Ilying the Hawaiion Hag, was tow. d
into iort bys the steam tug Viv.d. Tho
ve-sel is from the BI11II' with a curgo of
ijraiii and produce, and has experienced
vi ry heavy weather 011 the trip, having
met with 'a severe Bouth-weslerlv gale
when oil' Cook's Straits, during which con
siderable dutnar'0 was done .V. Z. llrralit,
L00AL AND GENERAL NEWS. I
Diamond Head, 3 n. m. Weather
clear; wind light east,
Tim trues on Niuianu street above
Herntania street am boiny trinnnod.
Tlmro V(.t sovoral wry fnims
aroniid town to-dny. Wondur tho
whys ami whoroforos?
Tho fino now stock of millinory
and dry goods will buoponod for in
spection on Saturday atX.S. Sachs'.
Mr. Narjot, machinist, laloly in
tho employ of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, loft on tho S. S. Alamoda this
aft ((moon for tho Coast.
If tho lato K'uil' Kalakaua had
lived to this day, ho would have
boon lifty-sovon years of age, having
been born on Nov. 10, 1 8JWK
A coal laden vessel is reported oiF
Diamond Head as wo uo to press.
It is supposed to bo tho bark ImiocIi
Talbot from Departure Bay.
Mous, Vi.zavona. French Com
missioner, visited the Philadelphia
this aftoruoon and on retiring re
ceived an appropriate salute.
To-morrow (, Friday), at 10 o'clock
a. m., J as. F. Morgau will sell at
tho Pacific Mail wlmrt a quantity
of matitla ropo, iron chain, otc.
On Sat urday,Nov. 18, at 12 o'clock,
Jas. F. Morgan will soil the celebrat
ed stallion "Daylight." Road his
record given in another column.
Mr. Fujii, Japanese Commissioner,
visited the U. S. ilagship Philadel
phia at. 1:30 o'clock this afternoon,
rccoiving a salute of nine guns on
U. S. Consul-Goneral Mills and
Vico-Consul V. P. Boyd visited tho
U. S. Ilagship Philadelphia yester
day afternoon, receiving a salute on
The Hawaiian National Band will
give a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, in honor of tho anni
votsary of tho birth of the late King
Mr! Hubert Halstoad of Waialua
registered at the Hawaiian Hotel
jHstorday. Ho reports an abundance
of rain for the growing cano of his
The Lougce brothers, professional
divers, loturued to tho Coast by tho
S. S. Alameda to-day, having com
pleted the examination of lite S. S.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS,
Restoration of the Monarchy in
Hawaii is Cleveland's
Mayor Harrison of Chicago Murdered-
War in Africa.
Dovnueholle Convicted and Sentenced
for Selling Opium.
Tho Hawaiian jury found E. De
vauchollo guilty yesterday on the
charge of soiling opium. Judge
Cooper sentenced him to-day to pay
SfoOO lino and bo imprisoned at hard
labor for six months.
Tho trial of Lydia Chapman for
unlawful possession of opium occu
pied tho Court this forenoon. Tho
jury retired to consider their verdict
at 12::?0, aud returning at 2:.'50 asked
for instructions on some knotty
points. At 2:;J." the' again retired
Ii and Koliiinulama are on trial
for incest this afternoon. Their de
fense is partly that tho relationship
between thorn is only nominal and
not within the prohibited. degrees of
consanguinity. C. Croighton assists
the prosecution; Kaulin lor defend
ants. John F. Bowler has filed a bill in
equity, praying for dissolution of tho
alleged copartnerhhip hitherto e.
iuting between K. C. Macfarlano
and eight others, also for an ac
counting of the assets, aud for a
decree ordering tho solvent part
neifi to contribute their share I' tho
principal advanced by the lato .J. S.
Walker. A summons has boon is
sued addressed to each defendant.
Paul Neumann for complainant.
In probato beforo Judge Whiting.
An order was issued in the matter
of thu guardianship of the minor
children of II. V. Mo 1 11 tosh, of Ho
nolulu, deceased intestate, authoriz
ing Mrs. Mcintosh, widow, to draw
S 100 from the principal in Couit for
tho support and maintenance of her
children, it appearing to the satis
faction of the Couit that thu in
come is iusulliciout for said purpose
In tho separation case of Kaui
makaolo La.arus vs. Josoph Lazarus
tho respondent, by C. W. Ashford
his attorney, has filed a plea of n
uiljmlicuUi, claiming that the mat
ters involved wore fully adjudicated
aud determined by the Circuit
Court at the August term in the
case of Joseph Laarus vs. Kaui
makaole La.arus, when a decree was
made dismissing the libel.
Judge Whiting has granted the
petition of Alex. .1. Caitwright to
I ho extent of modifying the injunc
tion 11 poll lum go that it shall 1111I3
npuly to his nml estate and hoimo
hold furniture. Hatch and Kinney
for plaint im C. W. Ashford for do-ftmdaiil.
A lad- asked one of the telephone
cetitrals this morning for whom was
tho Philadelphia saluting. To the
answer, "For President Dole," she
replied, "How doleful!"
Tho men on the I. S. S. cruiser
Philadelphia and gunboat Adams
have been deprived of their liberty,
on account of the present excite
ment in the I?. G. camp.
Messrs. Weatherwax and Char
lock of J. .1. Williams' studio photo
graphed Co F, H. N. G., Capt.
Zirglur's company, at the Judiciary
building this afternoon.
Lieutenant Nahoolowa made an
arrest of three Chinamen for smok
ing opium at 10 o'clock this mottl
ing, a smoking outfit being taken in
too, besides twent) empty opium
All tho materials brought down
by Capt. Metcalfe, with tho excep
tion of the 5-ton anchor, and which
were used in floating the Miowera,
were sent back to San Francisco by
the Alameda this afternoon.
Tho "Citizens' Reserve" slept, on
their arms last night, and an extra
watch of 200 men was stationed at
tho Executive building. Special
polico paraded tho streets all night.
What it meant, no one seems to
By the S. S. Alameda from tho
Colonies, which arrived at daylight
this morning, foreign dates to Nov.
4 aro received. Tho most important
items aro given bolow.
HKSTOK.VTION IN I1WVAII.
A Washington despatch of Nov. 2
says: President Cleveland is drafting
a mossage to Congress in favor of
restoring tho monarchy in Hawaii.
DOUllTLESS AN ATltOCIOCS LIIIIX.
President Cleveland is accused of
soiling tho position of Secretary to
the United States Embassy in Lon
don for $50,000 to a political friend
of the Government.
Aror.oav to dkazii..
The United States Government
have apologised to the Brazilian
Government for the action of Ad
miral Stanton in saluting tho flag of
the insurgent leader Admiral Mello.
no.nictnu, mania in amkkica.
Mayor Harrison of Chicago was
shot in his dining room and died.
The crime is laid to an insane man.
Owing to tho prevalence of homici
dal mania, and tho death of tho May
or of Chicago, detectives are guard
ing President Cleveland, and the
precautions at tho White House
have been increased.
AfSTIlM.lA AM) C'ANADt.
The London Times states that the
chartering of the Arawa to replace
tho Miowera is a bold step, and one
likely to increase tho dairy and meat
trade of tho colonies.
The Premiers of Now South Wales
aud Victoria are willing to hold a
conference as suggested by the Cana
dian Minister of Trade and Com
merce in connection with tho con
struction of a Pacific, cable. Sir Goo.
Dibbs states that tho same confer
once could bo availed of to discuss
a reciprocity treaty with Canada.
MLVrjR lif.l'EAL ntl.I. PASSED.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Lining Tung was sentenced to
one month's imprisonment at hard
labor for having opium unlawfully
in possession on Nov. l.'l. Tong ap
pealed from tho decision, as ho
claims the .tuu" did not belong to
ON BOARD THE FLAGSHIP.
President Dole and Party Koturn
Admiral Irwin's Call.
There was a largo crowd at tho
boat landing aud adjacent dock this
morning when it was rumored that
President Dole and Cabinet were to
return tho visit of Admiral Irwin, of
tho U. S. flagship Philadelphia. Pre
sident Dole, Ministers Damon and
Smith, 'ol. J. H. Sopor and Major
(J. C. Potter arrived in hacks, and
entering a boat wore rowed to the
Philadelphia. Approaching the
white cni'sor the men on tho L S.
i-Tiiu boat manned nor varus and a
A Washington despatch of Octo
ber 28 says many of the amendments
to the Silver Itopeal 15111 have boon
rejected, ijaier news or tuo same
date is that tho Senate, by a major
ity of 4), has adopted Senator Voor
hees' Bill repealing tho Sherman
Silver Purchaso Act. The final vote
has boon postponed.
October 31, tho Silver Repeal Bill
has passed tho Senate by Jtf to I!2.
Nov. 1, it is announced that, owing
to the Senate's amendments in favor
of bi-motallism, a Repeal Bill will
be introduced in tho House of Re
THE WAH IN UKAZII..
Advices from Rio do Janeiro of
the 1st and 2d hist, are as follows:
Tho insurgent cruiser Republica
rammed a Loyalist transport vessel
proceeding to Santos. Five hundred
out of cloven hundred on board wore
drowned. Tho Loyalist first fired on
tho insurgent vessel, killing forty of
Tho Brazilian Government is or
ganising a strong fleet in New York.
Tho Brazilian Government has
purchaed six American steamers,
which aro to bo converted into crui
sers, and have also purchased stores
costing three million dollars. It is
believed likolj that the auxiliary
(lent will entrap Admiral Mello in
A balloon is waiting at Santo Ca
thorna to drop explosives on the
I COLONIAL ITEMS.
There is a break in the Anglo
Atiatralian telegraph cables, which a
repairing steamer is trying to reach.
Tho Colonial Treasurer of South
Australia declares that tho state
ments published by tho London In
vestors' Review, concerning the
finances of South Australia are en
tiroly without foundation, and he
TUB MATAimU: WAR.
Tho following items aro condensed '
from Capotown despatches of Oct.
27 to 29: , '
South African papers aro publish
ing statements to the olToct that BOO ,
white mon, well equipped, aro aid
ing tho Matabolos. Thoy aro Bald
to have chiefly been drawn from
Johannesburg, Lobengula having
promised farms to all who help
A section of (he Capo press stig
matise II. Loch's meddling with tho
Company as criminal.
President Krugor considers tho i
Matabolos aro more powerful than ,
is gonorally bolioved, and that tho 1
Company's estimate of thoir slrongt h I
is mistaken. 1
Sir Fred Carrington, formerly j
commandant 01 mo native lorcos in ,
Zululand, will shortly leave Eugland ,
for Mashoualand, to confer with Sir '
Henry Loch. Sir Frederick goes out ,
at tho lattor's request, aud it is said
will command the Bechuanalaud
Two of King Lobongula's envoys '
were killed by British guards, Major
Adams reporting that they wore
mistaken for spies. It is bolioved
tho news of tho killing of the eu
voys will have an unpleasant effect
Major Grey has left Mafeking for
Tati, with 300 Imperial troops.
It is reported, Nov. I, that King.
Lobougula is Ueoing in a uorthwost
directum. Half of his Khamas regi
ment have been killed, aud his power
broken. - '
The latest from Capotown, dated '
Nov. 2, is of a crushing and decisive
defeat of the Matabolos.
Thoy wore mowed down in large
numbers by an unceasing fire of
bro(!ch-loadors,but, nothing daunted,
renewed tho attack on Saturday,
when tho column had reached with
'in ten miles of Bulawayo.
The Maxim guns made terrible
havoc in the crowded masses of men,
and after a severe struggle the Ma-
taboles showed signs of giving way
under a continued shower of bullets.
Seizing this opportunity, Forbes
ordered a goneral charge, and the
dispirited natives gave way before
the shock, and wore completely
Tho enouij- retreated to Bulawayo,
but, without giving thorn time to
rally, the combined columns attack
ed and captured thu King's kraal.
Forbes' loss was only slight, but
no less than 3000 Matabolos were
left dead on the field.
Many kraals wore burnt, aud noth
ing further wis done till the battles
on Friday and Saturday, on the 31st,
when 5600 Matabolos made a final
effort to storm the Company's laagor.
Tho natives swept tho Company's
pickets backward, till they encoun
tered the combined tiro 01 the maxim
guns and repeating rifles.
Tho enemy found it iuipossiblo to
withstand the fusillade, and the Itn
pi broke and fled to the bush, leav
ing behind them 500 killed aud
Tho action took place 35 miles
from Bulawayo. and broken ground
seriously hampered the company's
ion-en 111 louuwing up mo Aiata
beles. Tho company's loss was one killed
and seven wounded.
IS THE BEST
perfectly -miIIi! inside of twenty
nml eltt-tie, lint 11 hrit-
Innger tlnxn any otlier
This Space is Reserved
Forms n ilur.thle
KutAlllS ItM glOMS
Kevins tin1 tu'tlon of hcIiIh nml nlknlttM
better thiin uny other oil.
Flows freely from the hrttih without run
ning nml Hprciuls well.
With the addition of Litharge, lelds a
hard surface, suitable for lluors, steps, etc.
Mixes riMuilly with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keep them unaltered.
Is n solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lend or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any otlier oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
Ity actual tests, hai outlasted the best
Therufoiu, is the best paint oil ever man
ufaoturud. Direction for Use.
Use Lt'ooi. in every respect in the
same manner 11s you would liunccil
ml, with tin.-single exception tlnuyon
tuny mid fully one-quarter more Lti
fioi. to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
udvisulilu to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to lie uecil, then
1 add a third more Lttcoi. and the paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as tloort,
I steps, etc., arc required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
MTCOL MIXES WITH VAK
NISHES , and assists their woiking and im
proves their appearance ni'T they
SHOULD UK IISK1) SAMK UAV TIIKY AltK
MIXKD, otherwise the gum of the v.ir
nisli may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to J of Lu-
col to varuiidics docs not reduce their
lu-lrc nor retard their hardening 11 ml
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Announcement of New Goods !
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BBO Fort Stroot, KoxioltAlu-
GRAND OW EKING
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNt-'IVK ASrtOU I'M KNT OK
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Business dead V Not much '
Leustwisc it is not o with the '
Onlifoniin Feed Com jinny. We
have mndi1 a business tor our- j
selves, which has -steadily. grown
through all the hard t i inc.- other
jmojile are complaining about. '
We have junt secured from Mr.
.1. I- Colbnrn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Xmianu Mrceln, ,
and taken jiossession of tho-e
arge and convenient jireinise
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
To Lot or Lease.
at lo'J Kurt sln-et.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO KK('ONI)-HANl) OK PAMAOKI) OOOI1S KKI'T ON HASH
OLID WAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothel Street.
BKl.l. TELEPHONE 52T,. -TM tW MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H!i.
We had to do so, because o..r TUhT,,., &$
old place at Loleo is too -small tii-iiUcmeu m No. nianlim m
r-... ...... e. .1 :.. .. 1 .. .- . .Lane. NlJ-tf Wivll
lor our last-increasim: witness.
In a few days the bark "Mnuna
Ala" will be here again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise our-olve.- rather
than have othern do it. which
means that we gel belter goods
at a le.-h price.
We thank our many friends
for their liborul jiatronage for
the jiast three yearn, and hope
by -trict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of its many
CALIFORNIA KKEJ) CO.
A NEATLY IT'liNISH
1 CottiiKf uf thruo
ltuom-, siiitalilt- for two
ucntlL-iiicii. at 7.i lluiPtania
streot, opposite tlio llawailai. Hotel.
NEW HOl'SKOK FIVE
ItuoniH, 011 MaKii.int
Htreul, with ilatlirooiu, Pat
ent W. tJ.. tc. Commands
one of tlii" lineal views in Honolulu.
ply to (177 tf) J. M. VI V
salirte- of twonty-onu truns was iinul ' adds that with tlie aid of ij!IOO,(X)0,
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1'. O. Uo. Hon.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUAltl.E PIECES i)K
I improved Prupurty, located
in ilill-'rom Parts of the. City of
Honolulu; all li:in.'iiiiib. Appl
for full nartii-ularn to
lllMIOE A- A. J. CAUTWltlflHT.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LAlt(;H ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' & CHILUKKN'S HOSE,
FLAXELETTES, TABLE LIN EX,
SILK A: CHAPE SCAKFS,
LAD1 ES' HAXDK EKCH LEI'S.
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
75' FORT STREET 75
by tho 'Philadelphia, tho Hawaiian
liny bnititr run tin to tlio masthead.
As l ho party were mounting tlio
uanirwar tlio thi"sliip band played
the Hawaiian national anthem. Tim
party hpmit Hfleiui iniuutoH on the
ciiiisKr, after uhii'h tlmy retired, i
They were again honored by tho
maiuuiig of yardn and a lialuto of
twenty -oiiu ginih. Miiiirftur King
wni not of tlio party.
PILE DRIVER IN DISTRESS.
RowoII'b Pot Oareona in tho Harbor
and Hurts Horsolf.
Tim new piledrivor, known as
"Howull'h pet," which h;ih been in
use for the pait few days driviuj,'
now pilen at the reeoiihtriietioii of
Biewor'.i wharf, uapsied early ye
teiday ovenint,'. 'I'he untitle w.'h
entiretv fiubiuurs-'ed -in fuel, it was
out of'siht, while the two hundred
pound wnijrht was loosened from tlm
Miel;el. ami mil to inonoiioiu 01 ine
hay. -Mr, Itouell, Stiperiiitiiii(hnt of
Publie Workx, was notilied, but a-.
it was dark not hintf wa- doim until
It is the opinion of eity front men
that tlm pill-driver uas top heavi,
and thai the 'uiixhnp whieh befell
her was onl to he espeeted. Why
il didn't eapnie before while in
operation if wonder. Mr. Unwell
expect to hutu the piledrivor in
uositiou tliirt afternoon. 1 wo ptlex
huvo beuii driven by thu inauhiiie
NaU-YU ShOSha1 Physician & Surgeon
III KINO STREET.
NEW GOODS' Physician & Surgeon
wlucn tin' havniL's lirink ih huh able
to advance, the colony can continue
until tlm end of 18111 without ap
proaching the London market.
The Colonial Sugar Kuliuing Com
pany of Sydney have declared a
dividend of 10 percent, and carry
forward J.T)8,(KK) to next year's ae
coutuit. Thu recount met ion m-hemo of the
Xuw Zealand Loan and Mercantile
Agency Compauy in reported from
London to be complete,
The Emperor of AuMria announ
ces that no internal crinis or increas
ed openditure will alienate hia Htip
port of the Triple Alliance.
tioro Daly, grandson of Sir Domi
nick Daly, was killed in n Paris ho
tel through falling down an elevator.
A movement is on foot to secure
an amnesty for the Comte de l'aris,
. the Due d Orleans, and Victor Bona
parte, in commemoration of the visit
of the Russian licet to France.
Probate has been granted in Lou
don in the estate of M. Moutelioro
at a million aud a quarter sterling.
The hulk of the property is be
queathed In his daughter.
i Hepoits aie eurrunt that Dr. Xan
sen's expedition has been lost in the
Kara Sea. The Frain a seen
laboring heavily in tlm Kara Sea.
One of tho partners in the Bank
ol tassel, ueriuany, wuien lias sus a.11 -'- K 1 Tl P - - rvr.T'fiRT,
sill- ' -
DK. S. ASA"N(),
NO. I( NUUANT AVKSM'K.
Oiio-itr Kii(?le HoiiHii, - - Ilouoliilu.
Mutuiil Telt'ilimi -l.
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Jvist CD-p&n&d !
of 1)111 it-iii Yarli-tli-nml Lutt-st I'mit-rni-.
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V lUCI.LAlNTKA HKT8,
ins Goods ami uinos
I'.ti., Kli-., Ktc.
T-iO'W Frios !
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rtilk tlnis-li juat out rt-iil Fri-iu-h ili-hiKiis lire the tlm-st mul tlio oriuo ol tin.- in-ntoii
Cashmere Su.tlixnes 20 Cents ITa-rci I
On- of tlio Imiiithoim-H WhsIi Miitcriiilh this bt-Ahon entirely new hiui
(or tin- prico liaa no oi)iml.
VVliite Lawns a.nci Dimity I
In I'luln. btri-il nml Clieeked In greui viiru-ty. '
OT Dresgraiklua under tbe Management ol MRS. RENNER. Jjki
Royal Insurance Company
in the World."
: : $42,432,174:00
u The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
lies poiulcd (layinent, eoiutulttod s
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TIIBll. II. D.WILH A CO.
Daily llullrtin it drlivrmi hy
I cifwi fur f0 (vHil pr month,
hire rihlia ou nil kliuJu ul Linurtiiice r,.iii-rl v tulicii ut Ourruiit HtskB 1
J. S. XATUKZER.,
Awut (oi Hi UftWH" Ulnudk.