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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSIXKSS of m.
Premium Income $ 27,-1 88,057. H
Interest, Itonta, etc (1,374,080.51
Total Income $ a3,S0:$,G'IG.lK
Death Claims 8,l40,003.lfl
Endowments ami Annuities 2,40 1,002 . 00
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc '1,103,'13.01
Total to Policy Holders $ ir,038,-ii0 27
Number of New Policies Issued 8",1 1 1
Amount of New Insurance Written $228,417,114 00
CONDITION JANUARY 1, liM.t
Assets $148,700,781 .20
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard KU ,075,1 ol .03
Surplus 17,025,030. 18
Number of Policies in Force 253,870
Amount of Insurance in Force 770,150,078.00
PROGRESS IN 1S9U.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holders $ 1,043,437 .SI
Increase in Assets 11 ,201 ,582 . 22
Increase in Surplus 220,082.08
Increase in Insurance Written 54,812,04 1 .00
Increase in Insurance in Force 80,008,040.00
Increase in Number of Policies in Force 37,008
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1S03
over 1802 18,852
Increase in New Premiums Income over that of
1802 1,082,008 42
In tua following rotpocta the Now York Life In 1803, haa BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor mado by Horaolf or any other Company.
Fntyr Number of policies applied for in 1S03 05,500
Skcond Number of now policies actually written in 1803
Tutitn Amount of new insurance Umum! in 1803 ...1223,800,000
Fni'iiTir Number of new policies actually paid for in 1803
Finn Net gain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,008
Skvkntii Net gain in insurance in force 480,008,040
VM-lm UKNKIt.VI. AflKNT. HAWAIIAN IHI.AXD.S.
Daily Bulletin Publishing
Hhv A t &u
BOOK & JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
NEW INVOICES OF
Honolulu, H, I.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
HV do not uo in for yrindiny out
Spectacle anil Eycijlaxse, but tec can
fit you at price in accordance with the
OUR I. INK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
is wm.i, assoiithd.
A I.I. KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings!
The King of All Tyirnvrltorj.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Foil Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
BOOkS Ordered by i
K3r Music and
Alul don't fiirtct I'ASII l the
hiodsof our biiiluu" mill It nlwii) tlk,
' dined to take a serious view of any-
1 thing, but under her mask of levity
A1 . . , . . i m'd frivolity sho wears a graver,
I. PVOlQnn K1PVH0 l!lllhil,l0r" thoughtful countenance than
UlClCmilU DlUjUlu VJlUU f you would credit, and when she con-
i descends to bo earnest there is a
Will have it l'lrct Drawing on
-fc-'.Ci 1 , 1 34, '
IT ONLY rOHTH YOP
10 A MONTH
To Im in IIiih with other "Cleveland"
rlilcr-. Wlmi more ran yon ink (or.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
IMI-tf A!iit, Honolulu, II. I.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to Mauuttiiit'iit '""I hh'
of Properly imtl rotlcclhiii In
ull 1th brunches.
Houses and Land For Sale
it of Kiiiiini uinl
Olio iloor In-low l.rwU.I. Levey,
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort, Stfeet.
ALWAYS ON HANI) THK
Latest Styles iu Millinery
-THK LATK-jT IN
Wbito and Colored Worsted Goods
THK MObT COM IM.KTK BTO( K OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK CITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Reuoer.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General Futolio I
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
f Adjoining Mi'(roolllitii Meat Market
In the Cheapest ilnrt in town you ran uot
llili'i"., Vj!oniHtr, IIiii'kUk nml bulletin
llnr-f!.. It will pay um to cull nml sit
lit'(ort you try uIm'uIii'il1.
1 CEYLON TEA AND JEWELUY.
I 111,(1 TO INKOIIM TIIK l'1'III.H'
JL tliut I have oM'iicil in - htoin at No. I'm
1 .Siuiaim ktrcut with lnvloli Maiiufiii'tiired
Jewulry hot with Itublei., happldrcx, IVurli,
etc. .lust r eel vuil wniie Pure Ceylon Tea
try It. A I hi, ('c)loii llaiid-iiiadii Luce,
I An hmieutiou of my Mock In bollcitud.
. ' W. J. HAIUHH,
1 fM if '. 'i Nuiihiiu Hrvi't.
(Written koh tiik Hrti.r.TlN )
"Ceuabville, July 13,18-.
"Ihar Joe: Since I learned that
Hurt had rosuinod his former rein
lations with Bortio Doau 1 have been
thinking that It would be butter for
Dora if wo should all oppose her
marriage and try to persuade her to
cancel tho ongagoment.
"I intend to consult father about
it, for as yet ho is ignorant of Burt's
shameful conduct, but knowing how
strict ho is in such matters, 1 eon
eluded to sound Dora's feelings first
and learn whether she had any in
tention of giving him up. She com
plained of a headache last night and
went to her room rather early.
"About an hour after she left us 1
niougiii oi asking poor oiu Uotsy
it sho had heard any tidings of t
Bortio lately; as I approached,
Dora's room 1 heard her sobbing
auu went in. The poor child was
kneeling boforo mother's picture
and crying bitterly. She hold a let
ter in her hand as 1 entered, but
concealed it hastily as I spoke. I
am sure it was from Burt, but of
course, 1 did not question her con
cerning it. And just hero 1 may as
: well say that of lato sho rather
avoids talking with any of us about
, Kurt or her approaching
"Well, f knelt, ilmvn lintwtn Imr
anil hold her in my arms lor sevornl .
--, . .. v.w ..v .. .. ru ,..v ..US
i moments without speaking. At last
She looked up auu said:
" Mean, if ft was not for your kind
ness and sympathy 1 should wish 1
, was dead, sometimes. 1 ask (iod to
bless you every night when 1 pray.
Jeau, and keep all sorrow from you.
"Joe, all sentiment went out of
mr life long ago, and it is not cav
for mo to cry, but if you could hnvo
seen her, and have hoard the noor
I little thing saying this, you would
not have round it strange l hat oven
plain matter-of-fact Jeau should find
her eyes moist.
"1 thought retrospectively of all
her pretty, solf-Baerilieing ways after
iiiuiiiurn iicaio -now mil willing
little feet were always ready to run
and do my bidding how she always
snared nor mile store ol cake or
candy, or whatever childish prize
sho had, with sister Jeau.
"I thought, too, of her childhood's
preference for Burt how loyal she
was to him, how she willingly sub
mitted to bo whipped to shield him,
how valiantly she (loioudod him
against nil disparagement, and how
ill ho requited hor devotion.
"1 think -we all think -that she
is worthy of a better typo of man-
nodti man ho. a low nights ago
Noll was speaking about them to
me. You know how light-hearted
and jolly she is and how little in-
force and decision in her character
worthy of a knight-errant.
"Sh dropped her jesting speech
all at oueo and her eyes lit up and
her hands clinched.
'"If ho does not soon stop that
folly and quit trilling with Dora I'll
go to Now York myself and pay otT
old scores with hi in for Betsy's sake
as well ns Dora's,' sho exclaimed.
'"And what would you do, Noll,' I
"'Do! Why I'd do what a man
would do uudor like circumstances
give that follow tho soundest
thrashing ho hns ever had!' And sho
meant every wonl of it.
"Don't you think you had bettor
write to Dora and toll her all about
Bortio Dean? .hist how sho came to
leave homo and Burt's connection
with tho a Hair; tell hor the whole
story. Sho is innocent and truo and
i .i i ".V "" . nil). i,mu p. m I'.wnisong wun ser
1 think 'tis a shamo that she should I ........ m...'.:i:..o. ...i v...?.. ii:...:..:.
. I , ,l ,
bo saonliccd for such a worthless
follow as Hurt seems to be.
"When I suggested that sho had
sullleiout cause to break the oiurairo
moiit sho answered mo almost lierco-!
. Iv that sho had oliL'liled troth and
should keep it.
"Nell thinks, and so do I, that if you
write to her, 'oxtonuatiiij' nothing
. j'ot AottitiK tlown naught, in malice
that it will havo more weight with
her than anj thing wo t-an say, and
then if hIio is still resolved to marry
' him, why, wo will all endeavor to
forgot Ins failings and try to discover
J thoo hidden virturiv. that havo nt-
traoted Dora, and givu him tho
i choicest plneo. tho honored guest's
place, iu our hearts as well as iu our
i dour old homo should ho elect to bo
' one of us.
"Father tolls mo ho shall givo
I Dora a oheck for SjUtXI on her wed-
ding day by way of dower; I know
' this will Mioiu an insignificant mini
' to Hurt and his parents, but it is a
generous, nay, a munificent, gift for
ono iu fat hor s circunihtancos. Xell
, is to havo tho same portion, by tho
"I havo heard indirectly that Mr.
Ingram is considerably incensed
against Hurt for his choice of a wife;
! thinks ho ought to havo looked high
i or, ete. Thorn is also a rumor that
ho intends either to curtail or cut
oil' altogether Hurt's quarterly al
I lowance, but this iu merely hearsay.
"Tho Wiltons wero over to tea
j Tuesday evening. 1 am glad Noll is
1 to have such a splendid man as Cyril
, for a husband. Ho has not changed
a bit; as an instance, Hetty came into
the room with a meshago'for father.
, Ho jumped up at once, shook hands
with hor and said: "You don't look
a day older, Hetty, than you did
I when 1 last saw you five years ago
You haven't forgotten t'y. Wilton, I
I hope.' 'No indeed! though I never
thought as how you would upeak to
i old Hetsy Dean now that you are
such a grand goutloinau with more
I inonov, they do say, than would lill
"'I thought you know Cyril better
than that, Hetty; 1 shall never
i forsake any of my old friends, you
may be Mire.'
"1 could hoe Nell thank him with
I hor eyes.
I "You will ho wondering about
Maud; she is tho same sweet, uu
1 alloc led girl that she was boforo sho
; loft us to mingle with tho titled
nriwouraoy oi iuropo. one is a very
queen among women. As 1 watched
liur chatting with father about hor
travels and adventures 1 could not
but wish that you wore then by her
sido again as in the old days -forgive
me, Joe, I did not moan to
touch upou a forbiddou topic.
"Nell has not yet decided tho date
of her marriage. When our visitors
loft sho walked to the gnte with
Cyril, and Maud lingered behind on
tho porch with me for a few mo
ments so they could bo alono slio
has such ready tact. Tho night va
very calm and Mill and thoir voices
floated back to us:
" 'I believe if 1 vvs a bfggar you
would marry mo at once, Nell.'
" 'Yes, 1 would, can't vou invest
your money iu some wildcat stocks
and got poor gracefully?' sho
"'Tho temptation is great, but '
" 'I've sot my heart on taking you
, ," l,nB"t
lor a tour annum tuo world and that
no as oeddlars.' she
"'Noll, you are a great tensn;
won't you consent to marry mo bo
foro tho year's end? Say yes with a
"Joe, it was pleasant to seo Noll,
who certainly is-not sentimental,
hesitate half-bashfully for a momout
and then raiso her face to his.
"Mr, Burton has not been to seo us
for nearly two weeks. Nell had a
passage at arms with him one day
and 1 am afraid olfendod him. I
.,,,. . . ,
"" " """' ", """-"sin mo simngoiv;
" '"'' B""" " houih worn wuo
in me world and ho will accomplish
it. lie is one of tho in st notable
examples of tho fact that, men may
rise on stepping stones of thoir dead
selves to higher things, thai 1 have
"I wish 1 was young againbut,
goodness! what uou.ono I am writ
ing. But you will pardon tno, I
guess, for it Imi'I often that Jean is
in n lack-a-daisicat mood, is it?
"Tho fact is, Joe, 1 havo been
thinking how lonely tho old homo
will seem after tlio.Hi two blight and
joyous young lives vnnisli from
among us. There will bo only father
and me loft.
"Don't you think you could bring
' Knmiy nml tho baby and relievo fa
ther of some of his business cares by
inning charge ol the mill!
"Ho is growing old now, Joe, mid
it would lie such a comfort to him
to havo you hero nml to hear the
happy prattle of his grandchild In
tho lioue after Nell and Dora hrne
"You seo he has been need to have
them come to him every evening
with all their little cares and trou
bles and for nil these years he lias
been 'bait h fait her and niither'-ho
will miss tliein -miss them sorely -there
will only be Jean- -old .lean
to comfort liiin iu his old age. Hut
there! I had best close.
"(lOixLulglil, and may (lod guard
and bless you and yours, Joo.
"1 think 1 think, Joe, you had
better come home.
"As ever your sister.
"Jkas .lovii: Ksowi.tos."
( 7'n tic CdiiUiiihiI.)
.ST. ANUriKIV s c.Yiii:nn.i..
Third Sunday after Ivister. Tho
services of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will bo as follows: (MO a. in., Holy
Communion; II a. in., Matins anil
snrmon; .'):.' !0 p. in., lvcn"ong (Ha
waiian); 7:110 p. in., ICvoiimng and
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St Audtow's Calhodtal
to-morrow (Sunday) will be ns fol
lows: 11:15 a. in., "morning prayer
with sormou; Vouito, Tuile, iu A,
To Doiiiii, 1 lodges, in C; Heucdi tus.
Fromautle, iu l: hymns I'.lli, 171 and
11 I .!.
in. mi, ..iiiumin-Mi llll.l .IIOV. I'MIIII I T,
, to AmMxi l.1,l(llt. hymw IW .2l: nU(
I ' ' LXNT.U. UN)N riinini.
Sunday School at '.1:15 a. in. J'ulj-
lie Worship at 11 a.m. and 7:.'I0 p.m.
The Young I'eonloV Society of
Christian Kutleavor will moot at
1 (1:1 M) p. in. All are cordially invited
I to theso services.
At Omul 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At ! o'clock Children's
Mnss with Kuglish iustruetion. At
I0:.'i0 Higli Mass with native and
Portuguese instruction. '2 p. in.,
Ifosary and Catechism, t p. in., iu
winter season (.November to Febru
ary), 4:!U) p. in., in mimmur season
(J-obruary to November), lioiiedic
tion of tho M. Ii. Sacrnuieut. Week
ly Services -0 and 7 a. in., Low
v. 51. o. . IIVLI..
Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oaliu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., Mm ices in Barracks
3::K) p. in., Uihlo Study iu V. M. C. A.
0:.'l0 ii. ni., uospol j'raiMi homco in
V. M. C. A. TuoMlay, 7:!10 p. tn.,
prayer meeting at Y. M. C. A. Sor-
street liall at 7:!50
j p. in. Saturday
iii:oiioam.i:ii cut in ii.
The Unorganized Church of .Iomis
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera lluiiso. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as foilowx:
10 a. in., Hiblo elasn; 1 1 :l.ri a. in. and
7:.'K) p. in., preaching, by ICItl.tr .J.
hnvi.Mii hay irc.N i ist.1.
Seventh l)av Advent ist Church,
corner I'uiichlniwl and Heiotauia
street s,iii (J. We-tV cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:1(0; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Hiblo reading
every Sunday evening Lmtwiiic
Our hotter halves sni they could
not keep hnie-ii ui'hout Cliaiulier
lain's Cough Idoio'dy. It ii u.-ed in
more than half the homos iu Leeds,
Siiiin Hros., Leed-, Iowa. 'I his shone
the onteom in whieli that leiuedy is
held whore it ii.ih boon sold lor years
and is well known. Moihers have
learned that there is iinthiiigfogootl
for colds, croup and whooping
cough, that it cures wm ailiuoiits
quickly and permauoutly, and that
it is pleaaut and safe for diildiou
to take. 2o and Til) cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Housou, Smith
A; Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Tin' nliove Store li-s recelvi'il nnotlii.r
.SpU'iiiliil Invoice of
JapaDcseSUlk A Kancy Goods j
For S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
I)r' (looil In nil lindo, plain mid
Ciulitntiv Table Covor,
IJvil (.'ovors., (Ion in,
Silk Grape Rainbow Suits,
All Co'nr l-'iuiey l)ruporli,
l)olllo, SoarN, Snlif,
Jitfki'ts "np, Kti1 , Ktc.
Tin- I'llon. nf tlip.e (leoi will ntonlli
Elegant Silk Kimonos I
Hnii'Noiiu' rnrt'lti' liio. i
HH'l Jni Co-li-.
Large and Smalt Japanese Rugs
Silk t'lnl'irllii", lluht but itri'Utr,
VI nlr Cmlillc. rVk;
IIiiimImmi llllli'l", llltoil wllli pniiy;
Silk Limp Sli;iilf., now Mjlc.
Japanese Scroous, Inm 33 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
tCT" ''tin lie S.'t with Pole In tin-
pro'iinl, nice (or l'li'tilc or l.titioli nt
o( iluir, tliry mii dv oMinril out or ii'cil
ii ii li-iu.
IN llltr.AT VAIlir.TY.
tflfc- Inivlli)n lii-pii'tfiilly Invlliil.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
The "TltHll' IllMMl of C'CIIIUIIt ll!l
tho Inritot milo hi the I'liMisl htutcs,
owliij; to it- enorinou ireiitli. It U
very llncly ground, only n resldi.e of
.'I to I M'iivnt uxUthiK when pui-cd
throii;h a lcw of 10 niclic to the
Mii3ro Inuli. .....
FOIt B.M.K AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Hole Ap'iit' for lliiuiiliiiu IhlnmU.
'po i.kt on iinur..
X tuiilii mriet near Mil
ler strict. ir.Ci-tt
- TO LEX
'pwo nkt.i.y run-
X lilnliL'd ItooniN for
(iuntlomon ni No. 1 Harden
KEAL ESTATE EOIl 3ALE.
7 VAI.l'Alll.i: lMKl'KS OK cy"t
I hiiiirovcil rroperty, located JVyjI'i
in dhl" runt I'arisof tbeiltvof lJUfiJ4
Hoiiiiluliii iillbarmiliis. Apply ,flJ'
for full pii'ticuluri. to n.
IIItrcK .V. A. .1. CAItTWUIOIIT.
CtOTTAiir. TO I.KI' OX
I'linulibuul street at
re.irof Hr. Koine's preiiil-m,
lli'Mitiinia tslre.it. Ann'v to
man on pri'ioUcx or I'aelilo S.iloi.n, corner
of Kinc and Xiinaiili Street-, loo.' tf
omai i. orr.voK oit
O Itooin iiiifninNIi i
preferreil -and Hoard with
an Kimliiili fmiiilv. Ad.
ure-s ii, ll.," in 1 1 ni II ecu
CIOTTAHK T I.KT OX i ( -,
J Kiiiaii tiem, one bloos fcfjrtbJ-i
from hor-ecir, alt modem fJiiil2ulL
Improveiiiuiits, iiIkii Ham, iiiiikU&
H i it lil fi- ami .VrvuutV I'ooiii, Applv io
X. )-. . l llh.
H.'i 1 1 Kurt Mieoi.
For Loutl XcWft
'pin: i'iii:.iti,i: iMjii. --
J. i-m known a- i In- ivf-'I'.Tv.i.
"i'.u,v I'l.-iniM-," ,iin id $;;iiT?u
Oil Nllll.lll.l .VVellU.i, III i t.-5t3it
iiojoiiihi tin- ii4iinee if Mi. K 1". lie
Imp I'lu- Hi.ii-i- ii. inn 1 wo . St inc. con
(ii tit- ix l.tru" l.i'dr, oiu-, I'.irloi-, llilliard
liooin, Kin null Willi Sul ItiuiKf, I ninr ,
eic . and llalliro. in mi r:ii'h llnor. '1 In eii-
tlff li-Ht 1 llitliti'il Willi eli nirjcllv lliu
inuiiiid-. are luiiie nil I coniaiii m.ii,' vai-lie-
ol Mialu and I nil t I'nws To a ilii r-iilili-
li naiil I In) piopertv will be let lit u
reiioniilili n nial. I-.iimiiIic ol
r. w. M.i kaiii.am:,
tlfi 1 1 ii I'lllon K I I.'n ' mliee.
AnhouBor-BuHch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE"' Brand Boer.
Ht. iifip, Oft. as, ifcitt.
.Mf.mr., Mu'I'ahum; f: I'u., I.'n.,
llonohlUi, II. I.
Pear Sim V have mailed you n copy
of the (Jltibr-I)fnwrral ntiuoiiiicln)! the creat
victory noii by tlm Amikihiti-IIi'kcii Akhd
ruTioN with tliclr "KAOI.lv" Ilraml of
ANlltlUhKlMUtSCH DltKWlNO A880-
(yprrtnt Pet)tatth to Olo'ifPemncrnt,)
Wonin'K I-'aih, C'iiipaoo, Im, Oct. 'JO.
, No ii want Ims ever In on tnmlo so Rrntlfylng
to Ht. trfiul peopln nml io Jiitly intrlti-il
hi tlio ono civeii to-ilnv by the Columbian
Jury of the Worlil's 1'nlr. coti'lotltiK of con-
nol"ctir. mid rliciiiUtu of thelilplicst rnnlr,
to the Anliniirr-llnoli Ilrvwini; Ascla-
lion, lly mellioih of tuirivntlril btiMness
piilcrprlce. nml by iiIiik the best mntrrliil
i iirixUii'i-il Iu Amerli'ii nml Kurope, cxclud-
I (in; corn nml oilier mlitltornnts or fiurni-
irntps. the illUVrctit khul of the Anlieiicer.
lliosi'li brer hnvo becotnu the fnvoritcs with
the Ainerli'iin pooi'lo, nml hnvo now con-
ipii'iTil the lilulH'-t nuunl In every parllni-
Inr, which liml to bo coii'lileriil by the
I'ohimbiiiii jury. The IiIkIi chnrncter of
the nwiinl plven to-iliiy by tho Juror? will
1 be lictter ttmtcrMnotl w le-n u l known that
, the illirt-rflit beers exhibited by the An-
1 heiier-lliit:h llrcwhiL' Ao'ooliitlon hnil to
eoiniiete with hnmlreiU of the tnoM oxcel
lent ill'tilnv.s of other brrnerx. Tlin (net
thnt no other concern hn received, o
ninny ixiliits for the vnrioti eseutlnl 'iml
Itlesol L'ood Iwer conllrin nnew Hie flrni'si
it'inilstloli n tho lender of nil Auicrli'nli
been., mid Jlr. Adolplnt- Iliich enn fiel
proud over this rc-iilt mi jimltv merited.
tiar The above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label ol tbc " EAGLE" Brand wlilcb look
UU In orderilii this Deer I)" sure to
n.k fur the KMiLv." ilniml.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
SiO-tf ,1'ieitti for lltiu-titliiit ttlniiilt
Notice to Consumers!
77ir rt'ic icorA'a of the JlauuHtin
Klrctrtc Co. briny now completed,
notice, in hereby ji'iru that from
and itjter January loth the Com
puny is prepared to wpply incaw
dacent electric lujhtintj to cut
timer. In ii few day the Company will
uhu be prepared tofurnhh rlrctric
motor for power, and of which
due notice will be fiiven.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiriny and can
furahh Jisturr and all flttlnyii in
connection with new nervice.
Printed rule, reyiilation and
Company' rate can be hail on
application tn the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
tcu tf i'i:r.Rii)i:s"r 11. i:. co.
iiniil Tulkiiig Plionoirrapli
, J. A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor
i Comer Hotel and llcthel strcelx.
Vou will llnd all of tlm l.ntfst .'-elections
in 1iMiru Mu-lc Sonu, llr.m Ilaudi,Or
eietii, Cm mil and Xjlopiioni'Milos We
alto mill,!' a ipociull ol .Salivu .Mtliiu.
' Hi'v; Itccords Ritelvfd by Every Steamer.
1 ia Don't forcet the plneo "Vn roll's,''
nor Hie price, mil) .leeiili inch election.
- di; m.i.i. is -ALL
KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
10-U.il,' 11.11,1'n, paid lor I illow,
IS.' KIS'il Mlii.KI.
F. O. BOX 341.