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English Wardrobes, Piute Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Cliairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sols, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc, Etc, Eto.
THEO. H. DA
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKSTKI) UNDKIt TUB I.AW8 OK TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
r- wm I '''I 5---sB:-v'ifs.'fiig-
rpiIE UN'DEKSIGNEI) HAVE HEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENTS VOW
lliosu HniiKiiDKUH ami tiro now inquired to rueuivu oritur.
Tliu great udvimtiiKcc to lm ilcrivcil from t ho iim of tliu National Cank
SilKKiiiiKti uru thoroughly ustulilinliuil ami iii'knowtetlgi'il liy l'lunter
"Thu largo mnnlier of I'lunters ttsini; tlii'iu in tliu United Stiilon, Culm,
Argentint' Kupulilio, I'orn, Australia unit olsuwln'ro, hear wit hum to tin
Tint uu of the SiiitKiiDKit very lurguly iiiigniontx the iiimntity of nine
tin- mill can griml ("J." to 00,). ulxo tlie uxtrucllon of juice ( to 12.).
It in u groat .iift'gimnl, milking known ut oncu tliu pri'Miiicu of nny
pieeen of iron, Htukoit from cum, or anything which would hulinlilo to tUniugf
(he mill, ami allowing umptu titnu to remove miiiiu before, damaging the mill.
The Hiihkiiiiku Im very strongly made, and from tliu miiumir of it opuru
tion it cuts or tears there piucub of wood or iron without often breaking the
KmiKiiiiKk; and if anything break, it i pimply Miiuuitf the knives nr cutters,
which uau be quickly and economically replaced. Thu Siikkddkii, au itv
name imlicaicH, team tliu cane into slmd of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly preux out the juice without re
tiiring tlie iininuiihu extra power ncc'ensury to grind or mish tliu whole
cane. The rimcKDiiKlt tmreinls tliu nhredded earn iiuiformly and evenly to
tliu mill mild, and doe, away with the m-cctiHty of rpreadiug tlie liagan-e by
hand between the mills, wheiu regrindiug in in iihc. No greater aiuoiiut of
boiler capacity iu required to operate tlie Mijikiidkii than that which wat
xutlicient fur the mill, fur the above reatoux. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our SintKimKitfl, enabling any cumpetent en
gineer to successfully install and utuil them.
In ordering Siiukddkiih from tin, plciwc xeud utiiull tikelch, tdiowing tin
diameter and widtli of tliu mill tolls with which Hhkkiidkk in to bo connected,
also the siilu (either right or left Intuit u jou face tl.s delivery nitlu of the
mill), upon which the mill engine i- located, also the height from lloor line
to center of front mill roll Mind, and ilisluneu center tin shaft to front end
of bed plate. Thcnu Siikkddkkh are now being Usui! by the Milo Sugar Co.
ami llawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great HalUfactiou.
0 I'riCL-.i and furlhur particulars may be had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
"W tl ' Agents for the llnwnilnn Itlnwh.
CIIAS. BUST ACE,
IMPORTER AND DEALEK I!.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Bntter
Mew Goods Received by Every
1 All Orders faithfully attend to.
solicited uiiil packed with cure.
Lincoln Ulock, Kino Street,
HOTII TKI.KI HONKS 1!I0
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Prefth Qoodi by Every California Bteamor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
I.hund.h Orders Solicited. jg& fW Satihi'action (Ji;aranteed.
VIES & CO.
-1'. O. 1IOX 37a
Steamer from San Francisco.
.Satisfaction L'linrniiteed. Island Outer
Ret. Fort and Alakea Streets.
1'. O. IIOX ai7
& Retail Grocers
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
11V do not no in for grinding out
Spectacles and Eyeglasses, but we can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
01' It LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IH WKl.t, ASrfOltTKI).
AM. KINDS OF
Itaiiigtoii v Typewriters
Tin- King of All Tyu'wrlli-rx.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
try Music and Rooks ordered by
tm. Ami ilon'l forgot tW.SII I the
h.ih nf our l)inliiiio uiiil It nlmi.VK lulkn.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will have U HrM Dniwlnj; mi
A.FR,I3L, 1 , 1 804,
IT O.VI.V COSTS YOU
10 A MONTH
To Im- In lino with ollii-r Clcvi'lniiil"
rlilcr. What nitirn can you uik fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left !
H. E. WALKER,
AKt'llt, llniiolulil, II. I.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will iittKinl to Maiiaiieint'iit ami Sale
ol i'niH'rt unil I oilectiiiK ill
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly iiirner of Kiiiiun anil lUrelanla
Omcic: Outdoor In-low I.ewlH.I. Lmey,
Kort blreol. H7.' tf
J. J. EGAN
814 Kort Street.
ALWAYS ON HANI) TIIK
Latest Styles iu Millinery
-TIIK I.ATKrtT IN
White and Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOST COMIM.KTK HTOl'K OK
DRY : GOODS
IN TIIK OITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Renner.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General FulDlio !
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
Adjoining Mi'troHltmi Meat Market)
In llie Clieaiit place In town you enn (el
Ililiofit, WiiKonultes, llii),'(lN unil Kuilillu
HurM'h. It will pay you to eall ami nee
I fore you try nUuwIiuiu,
Mutual Telephone 40B,
CEYLON TEA AND JEWELUY.
I IIKII TO INI'OltM TIIK I't'lH.IC
1 I tint I Imvn oMnei III) Kloinnt No, I. iii
Nuiitiliil lieel with t.'evluli Miillllfiieliireil
I Jewelry et with IIiiIiIch, r-it (ijitil ri-, IVnrU,
eie. Jiikt M'eiveu foiiiu ruri'i;tiyinii nu
try ll. AImi, Ceylnli llaiiil-nnnle l.aee.
An lliftliertiull of my nlnek U mllelli r.
W. J. HADUIH,
WJ-ll ', VM Ntiunnu lrnl,
The Problem of tho Age.
Editor Bulletin: -
It is a otraugo conimontary on tho
boasted progress of tho ninetoenth
century to fimt at its oloso that tho
"greatest Re-public on Earth" eon
talus at least a million of iinoinploy
od workmen men who aro clamor
ing for tho right to toil that thoy
may live. Willi characteristic dis
honesty in dealing with facts, tho
Hopublican leaders, as usual, aro
not slow in trying to mako party
capital out of the situation, and,
pointing to Cleveland as the cause,
indicate that lie is tho high priest of
misrule. Iu this connection it is re
markable that much tho samo con
dition of things exists in tho British
Empire, and especially iu that por
tion of it known as the Australian
colonies, hitherto tho cental, iu pros
perity for the worker, with any coun
try. Thoro is, it must be admitted,
something dangerously wrong in tho
social conditions which permit hun
dreds of thousands of willing work
ers in the two most liborallv irovern-
ed sections of the world the British '
Empire iu Australia and tho Ameri
can Republic to bo clamoring for
work. The problem this suggests is ,
ono that cannot be settled off-hand
by any chimerical scheme of Uclla- ,
myism, of socialism or labor-party-,
ism. A condition of things which
is evidently tho outcomo of years of '
misdirected government, is too deep
ly rooted to bo remedied in a dec-ado
or by any single panacea. Thoro
must bo something radically wrong
iu Anglo-Saion legislative methods
as exemplified in tho United States
and Australia, aud a rational under
standing of causes is a matter of tho
first necessity. Mon of common
sense, ability and patriotism aro not
wanting iu both countries; but to a
large extent they keep out of politics.
Tho economic history of tho last
century or more is full of practical
teaching, but tho cardinal object les
sons aro not visible to tho average
legislator, aud the very few whoso
intelligence rises above that of tho
ignorant public seldom mako them
selves heard. Tlie moral of tho un
employed is that wo aro passing
through an economic evolution
which is practically independent of
our desires or prejudices; an evolu
tion which has changed and will fur
ther change for us t iio whole social
problem by changing the conditions
of material production, and which
ipso facto effects a revolution iu -all
our modoru, aud especially our in
dustrial, life. It is but a few years
since there was ueithor capitalist nor
wage-receiver, and tho industrialism
of our great-great-grandfathers knew
neither tho "iron law of wages" nor
the unemployed question.
In tho early (lays of republican
Homo there was destitution, aud the
multitude in those days were appar
ently as sagacious, as to cause aud
effect, as the horny-handed citizens
of America are moro than two cunt u
ries later. Tlie Romans saw the evils
of laud monopoly and au agitation
procured the enactment of tlie Lici
iiiau laws uuder wliiuli '.j bman
citieu could hold more than IKK)
acres of laud. All holdings over
that had to be divided for the relief
of tho people who were landless.
Some reader will want to know what
this dissertation has to do with local
affairs, to which I reply thaUlessous
of history aro for universal instruc
tion. We have our own industrial
problum aud laud question. Tho
quest! .u of whether this country
shall bo overrun by Chinese and
other Asiatics is no longer a matter
for speculation; it is an accomplish
ed fact. Areeint attempt to legis
late so as to restrict the Chinese
within busiues and residence limits
has been defied, and tho proposal of
tho Provisional Government in tho
matter, in couseiiieuc of tho defiant
altitude of the Chinese, is aban
doned, aud the i'akc has gained his
first victory over constituted power
iu Hawaii, and a Hawaiian Govern
ment for the first time in history has
been defied and defeated by a single
foreign nationality. Tho wily China
mail well knows that the govern
ment is as a house divided aud un
able lo strike him, and the effect of
the whole busiiiemi is demorali.iug.
No government worthy of tho name
would lift its mailed hand to act
unless it was prepared to do so.
Tho spectacle of tho "strongest and
best" government wo ever had, retir
ing to tho wall before a Mongol
specter is not Haltering to our Cau
casian sense of dignity aild mau
hood, and it would have been infi
nitely better if the learned Attorney
General aud his colleagues iu tho
Councils had first gauged the cali
ber of tho men before whom they
throw down the gauntlet which was
so promptly nicked up. It is severe,
however, to blame men for u want
of porspicacity which heaven has
Tho section of tho American Union
1'arty who pin their faith to the
fifth plank of their platform ought
to receive much comfort from it, iu
view of the foregoing facts, espe
cially when they remember that tho
members of tho Provisional Govern
ment who were iu the lust and pre
vious legislatures were tho unflinch
ing champions of Asiatic immigra
tion, and will remain so while tho
bayoneth of foreign mercenaries up
The question of which civilization
shall be paramount here is one be
sido which all others sink into insig
nificance, and the fifth plauk iu the
American L'nion platform is one
which undoubtedly would commend
itself to the good sense of the voters
uuder any permanent form of gov
ernment. .Sugar may he king, but it is iu
order to depute its supremacy to
any claim by divine right of its al
mighty dollar, if it cannot shew a
higher and nobler ambit ion thau to
reign over a nation of coolies.
Bomb Explosion in u Church.
A bomb exploded .March 21 iu the
Church of Gallon, near Grenoble,
France, as tho congregation was de
parting. The explosion was just in
side i no main cut ranee. Twenty
i peisoiiH were injured and three proli-
amy intaiiy. , panic ensued, dur
ing which numbers were trampled
under foot and injured. There were
Mr. It, It. chuvchM
ML Vernon, Wali.
An Honest Medicine
RbeumntUm Cured Ilcnltb Tin lit Up.
Mr. Clmrclilll, fornifily f.f (.'Imrrlilll & Tnlor,
urvc)nr Htiil eh II cnglhi-i'M. Jit. Vrrnon,
Vnhlnli)n, wrltcn '.smitlirrn California
uniliiyliutiiafiirniniiv)tirs. When 1 ram
lioro 1 liei;iui to liu iifilk'tctl nil over with
And alio paint In tnr b.ir!: ami a central feeling
ol being meil up. My liinlneij tiui'i mo out In i
tin-eloinenn all tliu time mil I fniiiut inr- I
(elf mint fur woi!;. :mMiir an aherllse- ,
ment of Howl' Sinapnrit!j, :iirJ learning
oMolh.it tint meitlehiHWni onrnpoumlfil In
mjr own St'ito of Maii:icti'iolt. I eolirluileJ
tlili tniy lioiin hotiral nirdlrlur. t took
u ami am ao iniicn improvtii mat I am out
Hood's s Cures
In all weathers ntel tmel all ilay nltli no
fatigue ntul tired fcelliut. le any one that
reel bail allot it I ay t.ikr lliiol'i samea
rllla. Itliaiciireilnif." 1!. II uu-iu nu.u
Hood's Pills curs tire i'i. Jaumilct,
IiUlouiucu, hick HcaiWIio and Loin ligation.
HOimON, NKWMAN A CO..
Agents fur Hawaiian Maud".
Desirable v Residence
''PHI (!NIKU.SUNi:i OFI'KltS I'DIt
JL Mile t lint li'lrutilu lti'.lciiv nil Ku
tilnhilil -trii't, imJiiImIiik tin ii'-lck'iic.i of
C. JuhliMin, i;i. I'he l-ot him u frontline
(if about Inn feet on Kupluliinl xtruct unil
Is from 1 I.I to HE! f. el di'Cii. TIhtc I- n inuv
utnlcjii'etidliiKly Wi-ll-hullt llmlllnj! Hoiim'
on tint priiptTly. idiitalnliiK Ijirir I'nrlor,
UllilliK-rouiu. -I IleilriHiini Until. Klli'lien
and Tuiilry Ctvi-rnl Hull, Wide Vur.iinhc,
I'urrlnue lioiiM, riiulli., I'll'., i'te Thi
uriiiiiiilx ure i'll-KraM'd mid plmili'd with
Fruit mid Kluilu Trt't"..
fW'Ihe I'lcvatliin riiiiiiniiii'N an im
nh'ttriKUfd vlt-w frunilllilMiiiiid HimiI Id the
Wiiluiuni Mimiiialiif. Inli'ii.llnn pn Unn-tn
ran lnKM't iiri-iiil-HH mi upiillriiiinii in
iwn-'Jw .i.h. !. mpiiuax.
n! y si
P ' 1
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r i - ? (M
ij i tZ "
a f- &
PLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
(Jkmi'k: Ni'H Hnfn llcpunli Hull. ling,
I'n r I Atrt'ut, Hiiiinhihi, II. I.
I'Iiiiim, Kpo(ilH,i'iuinii- mid j-.ii rim cuil-
micH i'Iwii for Kvnr.v DuM'rlptinii nf llull.l
llIK, (lid llllll'llllK-. "Iii'ii -lnil It'Hii.i.l
ullul ami Kiilnriji'.l. Iii'-Iii' fur Iniiiriiir
Di'i'iirutiuiix .Miiw le Mf.tliuiiii-.il lr:u
liiK, Trui'lni; inul lllui- I'iiiiiIiik. iiiumK.
fur Hunk or NYui.i,tr llhi-iriiiiun.
DAN I.VtlN-' HAM IMH'I..-ii Wll.l.
Ii" chiitip'il f'fiu Hit- I in 1 1 hlii'.l in
Arlnn Hull, whii'li hi' In- ri'iili'd fm 'I'iihh
ilil, TIiiiimIii) uii'l Satnid ty of iui'Ii enl..
The S.ilni.lm nrpinui'il i'la-- fur Mhild
ri'ii will iiii'ut iu llif A uiii Hull ut Ju'itliii'l,
haliliilav ii rti-riiiM.it. A pi II "III.
tn 'liii-ciliH I'Vuiiliic, Ap'll luth, ut 7
u'lln k, a i Iuk will In' furiiird 'ur Men mul
tin Ihiir-dii) iiltitriiuoii, nt .1 ii'i'loi'l,.
April l.'ih, ii Kpu) ml ulu Mill Im furiiii'd
'riii'i'liiiri'i fur nil 1M 1'iipiU ulll Im At
IVllt- a l.uuli,
On thi almu) iIhvm Mr. I.un run b
jt'i'ii ut tin Hull fiuin it In IJ iiuun, lrli-if
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The nhovp Store Ims received another
Hileiullil Invoice of
iiiiseSiM fancy Gooils
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
l)rr Goods In nil dinde, plnln nml
Ciishloii, Table ("overs,
lied ("overs, (Inwn,
Silk Crape Rainbow Suits,
All Colon" l-'nticy l)rnM'rle,
llnllli'", Hcnrf", falio,
.lai'kit'., l'ni, Kte , Kle.
The Prlii- of tlu-i' (IiumU will nvlnnUh
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
linn loiue cl)nri'tte Cnp.
hll! Ten Co-lex.
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Silk Uitihndliix, lluht hut Mmiiii,
llntiihuo llllndx. Iltted with utUe;
.Silk Ijlliip.Sliiuli'., newrtyle.
Japanese Screona, frntu S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
W I'll'l he Set Willi l'ole In the
Kroillid, lili'ti fur I'li'iili'.-ur l.uiu'hi'" nut
of door. they nin he oioned out or iimiI
iix a lent.
IN (1UKAT VAItlKTY.
M- Ilipeelloll lteieelfully Invlteil.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will Ink uliurvu of the Hloie known nx
'KA MAII.K" with a
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
I.AIilCS' ,V CIIII.DUKN'.S
SboQS, Notions. Etc., Etc., E:c.
WK II.WK AI'I'DI.NTKli Mil. (1 K.
Ilu.'irdiiimi xolit UKi'iil (ur nil of our
('null, mlnnl from llie ei'U'hrute.l Tu;iwu
K. IMIIMtA A CO.
Hunultilii, April IMH. ICi'-tf
'po I.KT ON IIKIli:
1. tiiiifu -irn't ni'iir Mil
ler slniil. Ifii if
'PWO XICKI.Y ITU
X nb-lied llo'ims fur
lielitleiiieli ut No, I Harden
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
- vai.iuiii.u rn:ci:s ok &&,
I improved I'ropurtx, located f$?ffip
ill dllb relit I'ltrliof llie I lty uf 2gF&&
Huiiolulii; nil haruliis. Apply FV,r
fur full particulars lo 3U.
ItltllCK A A. J. OAUTWKKIHT
CtDTTAIIi; TO i.i;r ON s-h,
I'lllichliuwl hi reel, lit AtSjh
reuriil III'. I'uute's prciiii-i'x, jftif jSj-St
lli-etiiniu htreet. App to &&"
man on preiiil-e- ur riielile hiiliiuii, enriier
uf K i ii- and .Niiiiiiiiu Sltcel-. I on.' tf
CiOTTAlii: To I.KT ON rt, -v
I vi lilt II lliel, one IiIiick ij5i''i'xZ,ji!
from lior.-e ciir, nil minium gjjitV'jiij
liiipruU'iiii'iil", ii'mi ll.irn, BTuLCjjJgt
Sliihles mid hervulit'- lluom, .ppl to
.N. K. SACllh,
lr.'i If I'tirl -tnet.
rpiii; i'i:f)iiiAiii.i: ruo. . .. -.
J perH known ll- Hie &-i"JjCjLi
"1'iity I'ntiiilsiix," hituitted RiivltJff
on .Siimiiui Avi'iiiic nei IlaiiiwIS
iiilluinluu l lie ri'idi'iii't' uf Mr. K I' Hih-
I hop III!' Ilulln' lieili'; I WO hl'irll'x con-
i lulu- x l..irj;. Ileilr.'oni-, I'nrlor-, llilliurd
.Itiiuiii. Kiiclii'ii iih !!'! Ituiitii, I'iiiur,,
elc nnd llalhriM.in no I'ucli lluur Theeii-
tire lion-' i- lliihli'il ullli eleiilrlellj '1 lit.
lirouiul- arc litr,i an I coiilaln iiiuim viirle-
I tltiK of hliaile mid I'm 1 1 Tree-. I'u u iliolr-
lllilc tulilllll Ihu prop'TU will be let ill tl
ifilMilialilii ri'lllul. I.uuulie uf
K. W. MACr.Mtl.ANi:.
tn liu Union I'ued Cn.'s mill c.
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Boor.
St. I)tits, Oft. w, IS!0.
Mp.nsr', Maiivri.ank A Co., I.'n.,
lloiiolultt, II. I.
Dear Sirs: We linvo mnlleil yon n pony
of tho UlobfUtmnrmt ntitiuillieliiK thoureat
victory won by the AMii'i'iiRR-Ilt'Hi'lt Akko
ciatiu.n with their "KAOI.K" llrnnd of
ANJU-.TJaKIMJUSOH IlltKWINO ASEO
CIATION. (Sprrlnl l)er)ttrh to (Sluhe-I)fmncriil.)
Wunt.ii'a I-'air, L'nti'Aiio, ILL., Oct. 20.
No nwnrd hns ever been mndo ao gratifying
to St. IajiiIx iieople and no Justly merited
ni the one itfven to-dnv by the Oolittnhlnti
jury of the World's Knlr, eonxlxtlug of con
noixeiirx nml ehetultx of the lilghext rank,
lo the Atihetier-Ititeh llrewlni; Axjocia
lion, lty tnc'hods of unrivalled biixlnexx
enterprixe. nnd by il lug the licit inatcrlsl
lirmlueed In America nnd Kurotie, cxclnd
Iiik corn nnd other ndltlternuts or xurni
Kiitex, the dilleretit klmlx of the Anlietter-llit-cli
beer linvu beeomn the favorites with
the American jieor-le, mid linvo now con-
iillered the hliifiext nwnrd in everv uttrtlcii
Inr. which linil to be eonldered by the
Coliltublnti Jury. The liltxli chnrneter of
the nwnrd jjlvcn to-dny by tliu Jurors will
be better understood w hen It lx known that
the dllli'rcnl beers exhibited by the An-lieiiser-llitxeh
Ilrcwliiir AssiK'Iutlun had to
eouiete with hiitidretls of the Inii-t uxeel-
lent ui-pinyx ot oilier uretierx, inn inci
that no other concern Ims received so
many Milnt- for tlie vurloiix ccntlal iiial
Itlcx of (food lieer eoiillrins nnew the linn's
rcpul I Ion its the leader of nil A merles n
beerx. mid Mr. Adolphllx lluxeli eun feel
pruuil over this rcillln) lustlv liieriled.
tW The above Is a Fac-slrullle of tbe
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
Yxfe III nrderliiL' t lilts Deer bo Mire to
nk for the "KAdM:" llrmid.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
.lutnl' fur llmnttiiiH hliiwli
Notice to Consumers!
The new works of the Hawaiian
Klictric Co. being now completed,
iiiilice Is hereby given that from
and after January tt'th the Cam
puny is prepared to supply incan
descent elei trie liiihtlnn to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared tofurniih ehelrie
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to retries
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
I'rinted rules, regulations and
Company's rates van be bad an
application to the Superintendent.
Win. .G. IRWIN,
(ilJ tf I'llKHUIIINT H. V.. CO.
Villi TillliillK lilOlllfflllll
J, A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Curlier lintel mid llcthel streets.
You will llud nil of Hie Latent .Selections
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