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S4 t Tlir. 8 S AUNTIIAMA FitdM THE
Kpf? '" COAST ARlUVKD.
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Bark Rlnrltm IvU In Port-CHr of
Pelting Oul vrrt Other Ittarlno
Tlio worship Diigimy Trunin Is receiving
The ntcamtlilp Australia will sail tor San
Francisco on Saturday, Oct X
Tliu Imrkcnllne ltobert Sudden arrived at
Port Townscnd from ttila port Sept 'JO.
Tlio Kluau got away at half-past eleven tills
forenoon, elio was delayed by a largo amount
Tomorrow, hlirh tide lame 10.S5 nnr, lilj;h
tide small 1 1 'i urn; low tide large -J.!5 a.ni;
low tldo small O.'JO p m.
Tliu bark Mnrlli.i l).ivl came In yesterday
afternoon from sfan Francisco wllli u cargo
of gencraj tiicreliandlsc, 17 days out.
On Sept IS, In lat a?.3l north. Ion. 1 SS. 1 H
v,vv, the Hawaiian Milp Itodcrlcl; Dim, from
llllu for 3nn V'iaiielco, was spoken by tue
lltulin: several hundred tonsofroal to take
In, the City of IVMng did not get away last
n'phl. Slit ttnlflictl coaling at noon today,
and sailed curly this afternoon for Yoko
hama. At the commencement of the present rear,
the tomiaue on the '.locks at homo or ubroud
to the order in Vamhiiri: shipowners amount
lug to :su steamers, mcifiirlng altogether las,.
O.U rrgl'ter ton grott, among them Mug u
vessel of the enormous enr.'jlnir capieltv of
I.'.OOd tone, and when the Utter boat a llnlth
cd the Hamburg mercantile lleet will include
the largest stea ner nllo'it as It already In
cludes the luigcst sailing ship, the l'ntoel.
Follow Inir Is tlic report of the SH Austra
lia which arriw-d larly this morning: Left
San Francisco Sept S3 at Ida in. ullli 42
cabin and 127 steerage passenger., and 10 bags
mall. First 48 hour! experienced light N W
wind, thence to port light to moderate N E
trades with line weather. Time of voyage: 0
days and 'ii hours, rcpt 21, lat. 3:J N, Ion.
135 W, punned the American barkcutlnuChas
F Crocker, lumncr laden, stierlng in a sou 111
trlv direction ScptilO at 8.4.r pin, pasted
and exchanged signals with sti amshlp China,
bound north, 712 miles from Honolulu.
Tuesday, Sept. 29.
OSS Australia, Iloudlcttc, from San Fran
Tousiut, Sept. 20.
S S City of Peking, Smith, for Japan and
8lmr Kluau, CInikc, for Hawaii and
Stinr Claudlue, Cameron, for Maul and
Stmr Iwatanl, Smytlic, for Lahalna, ilo
nokan and Kul.ulliaelu.
Stmr Kiiuul, Ilruhn, for Makawcll.
StmrMIkahala, ltugluiid, for Kauai ports.
Stmr Mokolll, llllo, for Molokat, Maul and
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOltltOW.
Stmr Hawaii, Weir, for Kauai.
Troin San FraneNeo. per bk Martha OaIs,
8tpt 23 A Ocmer, T P Uamcs.
Fiom Sail Francisco, per d S Australia,
Fept2'.l-Miss IMim Aekerman, Miss Manila
lilre, Hon Cecil llrtuwi aid wife, llohert
Cuttoii, wile and 2 ihildien, Mies C'attou,
blaster Ciittou, AllrJd A Calilll, James Camp
bell, wife and two children. Miss Dickson, T
II (ilbson, V M (Mlard. John (Jrace, K Hal
ttead and wife, lleruian deigens, Miss Ka
inaloiilll. L II Kerr, l Marx, V II Mdncrny,
Mrs Nawalil. Mrs J M llothchlld. Mibs lioth
child Ell Hose. J II Selmack. wife and two
clilldr-n, .Mr. 8 SShiw, fl .--cliiirmn, Judge H
A Wldeiniiiin and wile, Misses Wldcmanu (2),
Ale Yoiini tiinl u lie, j n y4 nTC aHj w(c
nd 27 In steerage.
V, fiSENOLHS DEPAltTEI).
For Maul mid Hawaii, per stmr Klnau,
Fept 2'J Volcano; Miss Sueetsor, Mrs J
Swictser, 0 II Miller, 0 II Pettenglll, James
DSwcetser. Way ports: Mr I. T Grant,
l!cv J 1' I.ylton, A Johnston') and wife, V II
Coney, J W licrgstroin, Mis I) McGregor,
Miss li McGicgor, Mrs Couiv, MIssLauers,
Miss Mu n roe. .. K Kane, C E lliiynei, (! II
llipley. I)r Nichols, J V Hardy and wife. Miss
May, Miss Atkins, Choy Chang, K U Moller,
Miss Miij, Miss Mulllnger. Miss Halliard, I.
A-eii, Miss Clapperton, 11 Itotli and V II
VI-H3KI.J IN PORT.
U S S Adams, Watson, San FruncUco.
(Coasters not included in this list.)
French frigate Duguiy Trunin, Iluylc, Tahiti.
Am hl .Martini IJa i, Sonic, ti F.
Am bktn Amelia, Ward, Pt Tonnseiid.
Am liktn Kllkllat, Cutler, Port Townscnd.
llr ship Troop, Fritz, Pmtlniid
Haw stmr A .tic, llronu, Naimlmo.
Haw sehr Normu, llosehlll, Fieneli Frlgatu
I'rlt bk J.ad.is Dixon Liiernnil.
Am brig W ti Irwin, Willlnui. S V.
Am bum .S ti Wilder, McNeil S V ,
Am bk Matilda, MiKinr.lo, catllu.
Am bk I'ejlim, Cailimiii, Pint Tonend.
FOItEION vrBSELS EXI'ECTEIt.
Vessels lieiu tioui une
Am selili Di fonder,... Euieka Duo
Our bk II K (il.idi ..l.ajsan Island. ...fti pt tin
Ger bk J C (limit-. I.lMipool,.. .November JJI)
Am bk Fdttnnl May,... New Yoil...At!iO.
ai bk SeinluoIo..,.,Newcatlc Duo
iir slip Kin ell.. .... .... Neweastlo, ,, Duo
Ger bk 'plea lliimen Aug n
Vk ellu(litn N'-Hcastlu Due
Seattle i8 fust becoming n great
city. Ono tiling which nirtkes it
famous iB Seattle beor, which you
find ut tho Ui'itorion. A good
thing always initkea its mark.
This is ono uf tlio best thingn on
M, A. Pf'ixoto, proprietor of tho
Union linrhor shop, next to the
Art Gallery,, tfiiuranteos to givo a
bImvo that will mnko your hair
curl with joy.
Important: Thore are very few
things more hurtful than common
tea. An eminent English doctor
onco said: "If tho publio gave up
drinking common tea, tho occupa
tion of ono-half of our profession
wouM bo gono." Good ton, how
over, is refreshing and stimulat
ing, aud in introducing this arti
cle to tho public.the officers of tho
Salvation Army havo taken great
pains to seouro a tea, which can
with tho greatest confidence bo ro
cotnmonded as bointr of the verv
highest standnrd of oxcollonco,
and havo decided to soil it at a
nrico within tho reach of every
body, and althouah it will leave
U8 a very small margin of profit'
mtlpcd, wo are satisned, knowing
that what wo soil is sure to give
satisfaction. Hold in $lb packets.
Memorial JMixturcii.nuusu -break
fast, Young IIyson,Jnpnti, Oolong,
uunnowcler, rfUc; Auxiliary, iloo
Telophono 7C5. H. Cannon, Pa-
lama Grocery, opposito Hail way
Depot, solo agent for the Hawaiian
. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dmitul
jflice Cott-jgo No. 100, Alaitoa
jlioet, Mi-phono No. G15. Oflice
hours .9 am. to 4 r.M.
Thero is a handsomo picco of
property, 70x100 foot, on tho cor
ner Prospect and Hackfold Btreots.
It iB all fonced ready for building
and water pipes aro laid on. En
quiro of H. M. Dow.
Oity Uurringo Co.. J. S. And.
rndo, manager. It you want n
back with good horso and curo
ful driver ring up f elophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
8tmtR. Hack at nil hours.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship The partnership bcretoforo existing bo
tween Tung Chun, C bang Lee, Chung Meo
How and Lcoug Nam, umlor the firm name
of Bay Horso ItostatirAiit, is this day dis
solved by mutual conscut. Tho under
signed havo bought out the business of tho
late firoi and will contiuue it at the old
stand on Hotel street under tho samonamc,
collect all outstanding accounts and pay
oil bills due by the late firm. They will
also Issue, now meal tickets in oxchnngo for
the old ones from date until Saturday next,
CHANG MEG nOW,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1800. 41H-2v
Tho undersigned liming bcon appointed
Administrator of the Estate of Lahaiim,
late of Honolulu, Onhu, il ceasod, by order
of tho Honorable A. J'erry, Second Judgo
of tun Circuit Uuitrt, riwt circuit, hoioiiy
no i lien nil porno in having cluims iigainst
said estate to present the same with
vouchers duly nnth-utieated if any oiists,
eou tlioi'gh tho khiho bo Rocurcd by niort
gage upon ind csliitti, to him ut his olliio,
No. 210 King street, Honolulu, Onhu,
within six months from tho data hereof, or
suoh claims will bo forever buried, All
porsons indebted to said estato aro notified
to pay suoh debts to tho uiubrsigno't,
A. V. GEAR,
Administrator cum testnmouto aunoxo
of the Estate of Lahainn
Dated Honolulu, Sept 0th, ISfM. 403-5t
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
1'ACIlECO & FultNAKIlEZ
A Delicate Touch !
Keen Razors !
Artistic Hair Cutting 1
Comfortable Chairs !
fffiT" Wo employ uouo but tho most ex
perienced Tonsoriiit Artists. Tho most
Luxuriously appointed Shop in tho Isl
I hereby civo notico that I havo re
signed tlio General Aijonoy of tho Ger
lii.uim Lifo Insuritico Co, of Now York for
tho Huwaiidit Islands, imil shall not bo
rehpou8ililo for liny representations in ra
gird to its business heio made by others.
O. D. OIIASli.
Honolulu, Sept IS, IBM. 112-Ot.
Notios in hereby utven that I, tho under
sij'nod, Inn thW day iiveu n lull po.ui ut
attorney to Mr. An Oon Ohee, of KnpitH,
Island of Kminl, who will net fur iiio
during my uliiomo fiom tho Isluuds.
Dntedat tlnnulci, Kiwni, Aug ,'ilrt, 18.'!(I.
30'J.lin TAM tir.E SX WO.
During Mr. IIoiudman'B absence, Mr.
Ewlng will have charge of my books nud
attend to all collections. Ho enu bo found
eitherat Mr. Bonrdnmu's oflico ut tgura it
Co.'s or at my oflico.
335-tf , , i , Pit. nERDEBT.
Mr, O. Bosso. and Mr. n, A. Isenberg
Imve been imt!mried by us to slan our
firm Jinmo jointly by procuration.
Ilonoliilu, Sept. LM, JS90. 410-lw
MMlllJAgwJf'BivrfiyffnfrwjlH'tlawim wji '!.
Tho foroicn budget by tho
last mail 18 of a character that
should set politicians to gues
sing on tho result of tho
November election. Maine
conies to tho front with a big
plurality for tho Republican
candidates. Then comes
Arkansas with a big Demo
cratic majority and a jubilee.
Maine has six votes in the
electoral collego and Arkansas
eight, so that the stand off is
in favor of tho Democrats.
Every ono in tho Hawaiian
Islands is interested in tin re
sult it means either tho rise
or full of tho Hawaiian Re
public according as tho Tariff
may be tinkered.
To counteract any evil re
sults of tho election whichever
way it may go tho duty of tho
merchants of Honolulu is to
provide themselves with a
stock of goods that will be a
guarantee of low prices to
Prices will never bo lower
than wo sell goods for today,
but they may be higher, par
ticularly in the grocery line.
Buying direct from the manu
facturers and saving middle
men's prices enable us to sell
at low rates, our customers
get the advantage of what wo
save in our purchases.
We offer you today another
lot of Oak Brand Asparagus,
Sugar Pens, Sugur Corn. A
fresh supply of Salt Salmon in
barrels and half barrels,
Mackerel in kits, Evaporated
Fruit in boxes, Acme Smoked I
Beet, Salmon Steaks, l-Joast
Turkey and Chicken in tins,
Onions and Propers always on
J. T. WATERHd
Public notice U hereby uh en that the tin
derslijned KnniolnnI lias distrained and levied
upon the foliowlni; goods und elm' tele, tho
property of O. HairUlm, for rent duo by the
sale u. tlawKins to tuo said ruimomtu, ami
In arrcnr to the ninount of Tour hundred and
sevcnly-tlvn dollars ($175.00). for rent offer
t.-.ln preinles rituate on Jvlnp; street, Hono
lulu, Oaliu, to wit:
Iloureholil g mds, conslstlni; of refrigera
tors, gnollno oil and uood utoves, hook
eases, rUlncd bedsteads, pine, lrou, walnut
and koa bedstesds, tables, wrltlni; desks,
olllce ilesKs, rocKinit cnatrs, Japanese caul
net, water cooleis, koa sideboard, vtush
stands, carpet, wire sirln, wash bowls,
cushions, rtraw muttreeses, lamps, spring
mattressi'S, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hnlr inutlresscs, portles, hat ;ucks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
conclstlnir of squares, wrenches, hummer,
nipper, chisels, caus, augers, ad.es. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers anil fiirlcr' tools.
Also, lot of Jeweliy cnnlstlng of clocks,
watclies, scarf plus, chains, earrings, cull
buttons, coins, silver creeps, AUo, a
lot of musical Instruments, couMstliu;
of banjos, drums, violins, bows, etc; aUo lot
of clolhlnt;, shoes, hlunl;cti, etc; also a lot of
miscellaneous m tides consisting of pnl
pounilurs, wlro dress frunies.earrlngo springs,
Ice ban's, shovels, books, phuo stools, ipia
dia'it, pirlor rlllo, rerolveis, canes. Middles,
churls, biivts und airovs, tin tubs, photo
gruphs, shot pouches and powder links,
brockets, curios, curtain poles.baby carrlaae,
cimd, hnlr, dumbbells, Iudlmi cluus, bllnir,
birdcages, glassunre, 6uwln miichltio, the
vthnlo coiistllutliig the elitbe block of i-ee-oud
bund gooiU lately In the store of the said
Haul.lusiit Hie corner of King and Ahikea
streets. Anil imlleel further ulvcu that said
goods nml dull '.'Is will lie mill at public,
unction ul the eiutlou room of Jus F .Mor
gan, on (Juein i-'u'it, Honolulu, II I, on
THURSDAY. Ocluiicr 1st, 1WM, ut 10 o'clock
n in, to satisfy tlii M"it dim and In arrear as
aforesaid on thu atiovo described.
Hy her Rttomejs, J Alfred Mugoon A; Y B
Kdlngs. " -lOB-lit
Y.M.C.A. Evening School
Sopt. 21st, and will continue
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo oruaulzcd In Hook-keeplns,
F.lemenlury and Advanced dhortlinnd, 'ijpo
wrltlng, Vocal und Instrumental Mutdc, tho
Hawaiian Language, Henilliig, Wiltlnc, tic.
All Classei aro Iree to members; to others a
fee of ?i will be ehirged.
t-t?" For further Information, lead our
pamphlet or rlui: up 437. ;;'J7-lm
For Sale or Lease
House and Ijot!
On tho corner of Victoria nml Oi ecu
t-?r Apply to
8S2.tf ARTHUR HARRISON.
SEPTEMBER 29, 189G.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 189G, 10Gfi,5,15
Money Loaned on Approved Seourity.
A Savings Hank for Monthly Doposits,
Houses Built on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Sorioa of Stack now opon.
For furthor particulars apply to
A.V. GEAR, Seototary.
Chamber of Commerce Itooms.
OtMco hours, 12:30 1:30 l'.Al. U73tf
Gencrnl Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United Stale- for the Hawaiian
OFJ"y: Merchant Htn.vt, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCMMiOT & 80N9,
Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for nil kinds of STONE
WORK, monument work, cement and
stons hidowalks and curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stono, Chinese
grunito, etc. Fino stono for monumental
work, Eslimntes givon aud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
ConsoMateli So Water Co,, L'J
Corner Allen & Fori Sts., Honolulu.
HOLUSTER & CO.,
llotol St., nonr Fort.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisomont of Eeal
Estato and Furniture.
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Richards Streets.
Jy- Sharpens Tools and Cutting Kulvcs,
(Irinds Surgical Instruments to Order, Flics
Saws, etc., etc. 401-tf
Hawaiian and Foreign Birds and Animals
mounted In the best rummer, ubIui; the latest
methods only. Hotel fat near DrMtOiuw.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuauu Valley, above tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tontion. No extra charge lor delivering
Flowers to any part of tho oity. Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE G ROGERS AND
225 Quoen street, Honolulu, H. I,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
DoaleiH in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of ull
Quoen Rtreet, Honolulu,
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Strtiot, Honolulu, H. I.
Ovtir Hawaiian NevsOompnny's
Book Store. . my 13.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Qucon street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
utreot, San Fraucisco, Col.
. lUl'ORTKKS ov
General Mercliandiso and . .
. . Commicsicn Merchants.
H. iEAOKFBLD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort und Queen Btreots, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholosolo Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort ami Quonu Sheets.
Hteamors of tho above Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Between Vancouver, B. a, and Sydney, N. S. Wy and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Buva (Fiji),
-bu2ss :d"ctjb uA-t EconsroniiXrijTJ"
On or nbont tho dntos below etnted, viz.:
From Syilnoy itml Siivn. for Victoria nnd I From Vlctorlr. unit Vnnconver, II. O., to
Vnnvuuvur. U. C.l Suvn nml Sy.lneyi
Stmr"MIOWnRA October 21 1 Stmr "WARR1MOO" October 10.
Stmr "WARHIMOO" November 2t
Stmr ' MIOWEHA" December 24
Stmr "WAKRIMOO" Jununrj 24
Tlironli TlokotH issued from Ilotioltilu to Cunttdn,
Uiittctl States nnd Europe.
rr.EiaiiT and rABsitMOBit aohnth:
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Cnunda.
l.onnttT Knttn, Winnipeg, Can ml n.
M. M. BTEnN, Snn FrnuciRco, Unl.
Q. MoL. Br.owN, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Btcol Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Ocennio Btenmehip Company will
ho duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auokland on or about
Oct. 15, 1896.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or ubout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stee Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Oct. 22, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and PusBongers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned are' now prepared
Through Tickols to All L'ofnts
in tho United States;
CSFor fnrthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passngu apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
One teisliii Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. V. for S. F.
Sept. 28, 1800 Oct. 3,1800
Oct. 20, 1800 .Oct. 28, 1890
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Isave Honolulu.
Mariposa, Oct 22, '06 I Monowai. Oct lVOT
Monowai, Nov 1906 Alumeda.Nov 12,00
A LIFE SIZE
Quo D23! Photoa of the BtUeir
CtTIs the LATEST OFFER wo have
Portrait and Landscape
FORT STI EET.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom Honsc Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic SteafflsliiD Go.
Htinr "MIOWERA" Novombcr 10
Btmr "WAUKIMOO'' Decf ruber 10
Stmr "MIOW'EifA" January 10
C3T For Freight nud PiiRsngo nnd all
Gonernl Informntion, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for the Hawaiian Mauds.
A li Imm k
QcciiBDtalb Oriental Steandiip On.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG I
Steamers of tbe nbovo Companies will
cnll nt, TTnunlnlti mi flint,, wnv n n.
- -. ,.. w..w...... wu ...u.. ,. VVF but
above ports on or about tho following
StmrDorio Oct. 7, 189fl
Btnirllelgio Oct. 24, 1800
Stmr Tern Nov. 2, 1800
For SAN FKANC1SC0:
Stennirm nf Mm nlvivn Pnmhn,!,,. mill
cnll nt Honolulu nn ftmir nnv tmm
HonRkong nnd Yokohnma to tlio nbovo
pori. on or auouc tuo following antes:
Htmrlorii Oct. 12, 1800
Stmr Coptic Oct. 20, 1800
Stmr Gaelic Nov. 0, 18S0
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO 1IONCJ
Cabin 81B0.00 8175.00
Unuin, round tnn. i
montus 225.00 262.50
Ctibin, round trip, 12
months ono.Kn nirtOK
European Steerage.... 85.00 100XK)
tSy"PllhfiOni'flrn llfHllirf full fnrn nrfll tin
allowed 10 Percent off return faro if re
turning witnm twelve months.
C3"For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO
0. L. V.'IGIIT, Pro. 8. B. KuSE, Sec.
Capt. J. A. ICING, PorlStipL
Will leavo Honolnln at 10a. m., tonching at
Lahainn, Maalacn Buy nnd Mnkcnn tho
sauieiby; Mahukona, Kawaihaeantl Lau
pahoehoe the following day, urriving at
llilo tho same evening.
LKAVK8 II0N0t.UT.TJ. ABniVl:3 HONOLULU.
Friday Oct. 0 1 Tuehduy Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20 Friday Oct. 10
"Irlilny Oct. 3(1 Tiiemlov Oct. 20
TnesilHj- Nov. 10 Friday Nov. 0
day; ai-riving at Honolulu the aftornoons
oi j uusuay mm I'lioayg,
Will call nt Pohoikl, Pnnn.
fiXyNo Freight will ho received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at C v, M.
touchiug nt Kahnlni, liana, Ilamou and
Kipiiliulu, Maui, iteturning atrives nt
Honolulu Sniulny mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
ggff'So Freight will ho received after
p. M, on rtny of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
mnko chiingo in tho time of departure and
arrival of itn steamers without notice and
It will not bo responsible for any oonsc
nuences arising therefrom.
Consignees must ho at tho Landings to
recoivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight ufttir
it hnsbeon Iruuloil.
Live ytock ouly nt owner's rial;.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of pusseugers
unless placod in tho euro of Pursers.
Pnt-seugers aro requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. TliOao fulling to
do so will be snbjoot to nn additional
charge of twenty-livo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE RESIDENCE OF MR8. A. LONG,
ono wile from postofllco. Largo house with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchou. bath rooms,
hot nud cold wotor. with patent closets,
servaut houses, stubles, horse paddock,
garden nud trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALIT.F.I) MAGOON.
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