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Oceanic Steamship Company
Th Flnf I'Mipnitrr Htoampfi
lmt Tbli l'ort ai llMenuder,
From Ban Francisco:
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MOVKA , . o',i
In connection With (he tiling o( the abore ittaaier, tbo Agent
ate prepared to iMap, to intending passenger, conpon through
Uakcts by toy railroad from Ban Francitrn. to nil points in (be
United State, and from New York by any iteatnihip Hue to til
For farther partlcalara apply to
Wm. G. Irwin
General Agenta Oceanic 8. 8. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. s Tojo Klsea Kalsba
...... HaaaMii ! tta ak caaaula lll call at
For Japan and China:
Doik S(l 11
ivrri Atira . Srt. t?
klotjintiro . .. ... Oct.
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Airtrlca Mifu Ovl fi
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Gallic ov to
Fi itaatal Inloraa'Jaa aaaljr la
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Wan -Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
fSuaam ot lha abova Una. raailae la coaa.ctlca ltb tka CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
alwaaa Viacouvar, B C , aad Srdaar, N. S, W anicallletat Vlctcila. U. C, Hooolula aai Brlaaaaa
wa Bt'K AT IIONOI.Ul.tl oa or about tba aui t:o liana v.i 1
ttOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
Far Brlibaaa antt Svalnavi
I narnmoQ r r?
MlQwtra Oct tf
Aoiand ..Nov 14
Warrlmro .Dc i
ftVTbraufb tlchati latuad Iroaa Hosolsta to Caoalt, Ualtad Stataa aoi Europa.
raaaafi act an f toarai loiormaiion, appiy 10
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN
NEW YORK, SAN
6. 6. "AMERICAN" will leave New York for San Francisco anj Portland
en route to Honolulu about October loth. Chartered 8. B. HYADE8" will
leave New York for San Francisco on September ist.
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 4i Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In ears. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steauisliio Co,, Ltd.
6. 6. Kinau,
" MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tutfsdavs nt 12 noon, for Kau-
Btkakal, Labalna. Maalaea Day, Klhel,
riakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
noehoe and Htlo.
UturninK will sail from Hllo on
Frldajs at 10 a. m.. for above named
sorts, arriving In Honolulu ou Satur- j
Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers ana i'AtnAuca u.i.i
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Labalna,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupaaoehoe
S. 6. Claudine.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 6 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
kulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
ahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu 8unday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo. once each
6. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunulel, Kalaupjpa, Lahal
aut, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves tho right to
saake changes In tho time of departure
and arrhal of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
(or any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight. This com
any will not hold itself responsible
lor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner'a
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables ot passengers
anlesa placed in ins care oi we pur
Faaaengera are requested to purchase
ticket before embarking. These fall
lag to do ao will be subject to an ad
Utlonal charge of twenty-five per cent,
The company will not bo liable for
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100. unless the
value of the same be declared when ic
ceived bv the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employe of the company are for
fclilripn in receive frelaht without de
Uverlng a shipment rtvcelpt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and whlchmay be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Company's steamers. .......
Shlppeia are notified that If freight
I shipped without such receplt It will
he solely at the risk ot the shipper
0. L. WIQHT, President,
B. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt.
III llo'cl Strict, II I
Nlihau Mm, rani. Shall., Saai bl !j?fl"V
Pel, conitamly cm haul. TEIEPIKJM: ()
Line Will ArtUaat ant
For Ban rraaio.Bco.
A .. S.tl ii
& Co., Limited
Hoeolula aal Im tala a i aVoil Om
For San Francisco:
Niodajinaio Sipl is
Cric 4 Stpt
Arrtrtca Maru Oct, a
Ptklnc Oil 9
OalllC ,.., Oct 14
Hongkong Maiu .Oct at
Ch.r ... Nor J
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For VI do la ted Vancouvtr (B. CI:
IMiowtra...... .,,pt t
Aofancl, . Oct tt
WarrtRKw. . Nov ti
Mluwrra Dc, iv
For Ffalgbt aoA
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From PortlanJ . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. At., io.ee
A. Al 6-coP M.
Leave Portland: 9:1? A. AL, y:coF. At.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. p'. & T. A
1472 Omaha. Nebraska
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1,
Paarl City,... So
n'l Pas. 4
F. C. 8wtb, Oon
fJ. P. T)hiom, Hnptrlnlondant,
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tar Editorial and Printing Office, near
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.(WHEN ENGINEER MOODY SLEPT
I'Ni " fHM - A fcl l'( thf
Chnl.li tress 1 1 rife I III Mrs
wlM wwrttif e4ttiH frttin h( Urn
mi IV iNHAPixfr train, and A. Jj Aw
hM. an (tld i' n I ii 'fr on lite Clifraiw
llHtHllRtlMI k (JllllIC) llAllriMrt timt 4
thrlllltm fxpctlchcf. Hlmttl) nfii-r mid
nlaht Arnnlil. who haa Imtii ihiIIIiik
imp ot tin" Mill train of Ihc mini, back
ed ilunn lo Hip station In Inert her l
her arrival Hip pngltic was miming
slow mnt on reaching Hip station llrs
inan Smith Jumped off nhil rnlrrrd tl.
depot supposing Hip locomotive would
rnnip to a atandstlll Hint null tor the
trnln WIrmi rimlth calne out ot the
station he was horrified to sect Hip en
gine tearing over Hip viaduct tcrns-rd
Missouri Tlip lirrlltpit III email knew
that .otncthlng m wrong anil linlin
ril to Hip trnln despatrher's nllleo and
gave Hip nlnrm. A message was sent
1 to Hip npcrntor nt .Moody ppii nill"
fnim Ojilney tiotlf I:ik him Hint there
Ends His Tour
lloaton Kept. 5. Itev. K. i:. ClaiX,
I). 1)., rlrraldi'iit of the I'nUe.t rioclvty cl
Clirlnllmi nuiWor, li.ia rcaclnil Hil
ton on the ateatner Ceslrlnn nftcr nn
t'Miitful Journey around the work.
Ilia purpose In making the Journey wm
to attend national Christian i:ndeaor
coinentloiiB In Japan, China, Frant",
Spain and Uurninny, uhlili were nil
Bittieiuifiil and nlao tho Krent world'a
lotiM'titlon In I.ondin, which wna at
tended Ii) more than DO.UOO people.
Dr. Chirk left North China only a
week liefore the tioulile hroke out unn
hurcly vncnpv(l being shut up In Peking
with the other forelRenrrs, He dcclarm
that the foreigners were IhliiK In utter
oMUIon of the cumlUK disasters.
Eer one of lottrsc know that the Ilox
ers wero muHterlng ami thought that
tho dlstttrbanies might menu the oer
throw of the present ilyunsty. Hut no
one In the legations or among the mer
chants or missionaries complied that
foielgnerH would suffer severely, much
less that the legations would be be-1 been due to continued Chinese oeeup.i
sleged. Dr. Clark spoke in the high- Hon of these dreaded fortltlcntlnns,
est terms of Major Conger, the Amerl- 'which could rinse the rUer to nil tin
can Minister, as a man ofgrcnt nblllt, nrmored cssels hurling to rescue for
courtesy and common sense. elgncrs In Shanghai In ease rlotltu
Dr. Clark returned home by way of should begin In that city,
the trans-Siberian Railway and the ( No unlets were Issued by the N.ixy
Amur rUer, being one of the first irn-1 Department for the despatch of the
M'lers to cross Siberia by tho all-steuui
route, which was only opened on the
ISth of May last.
THIRD PARTY MEN
New York Sept. !. The National,
otherwise known as the third tlckot,
party assembled In Carnegie Lyceum
today to nominate) n National ticket.
T. M. Osborne, who presided at the.
Indianapolis convention, was in the
chair. There weio delegates fiom K ii
tuck), Iuttdlaua, North Caiollua, Lo
oulstauu, Missouri, Connecticut, Massa
chusetts, New York, Iowa and Penn
sylvania. The platform of the party has 'our
planks, favoring untl-lmpcrlallsm, tho
gold standard, civil service reform, and
opposing special privileges.
FReiNCII MINI8TEU TO 8PAIN.
Washington, Sept. 1. M. Putenotie,
the I'leuch Ambassador to Spain has
arrived here for a brief visit. Hu was
well omed at the French cnilusi.
where he was In charge up to the tlniu
of Ills transfer to Madrid and the ap
pointment of AI. Cnmbon to Washitm
ton. It was upon these two French am
bassadors, stationed ut Washington
unci Madild, that the bunlcu of pence
negotiations in the Spanlsli-Anierlc.ui
war fell. M. Pntenutrc Is now on leave
ami has spent most of the summer nl
the hcashoio. After his visit to the eiu
bassj hu will go to the suburban home
of Air. Kherson of Philadelphia, iili
father-in-law, for a few d.ivs prior to
sjlllug for Paris, when lie will re
turn to his post nt Madrid,
Conijer In Good KptrltH
Washington, Sept. 3. A dispatch
from Minister Conger was received by
tho Stato Department today. It was
chlelly interesting as being the tlr.tt
word from him since the dispatch of
August 27th, referring to his proposed
parade of troops through tho Imperial
palace. In Peking. That dispatch, which
Is dateless, la from Peking. The con
tents were not made public, but It was
stated that it contained nothing ma
terially changing tho situation. Tho
hick of Into left to tho detcimlnatlou
of tho department to tako steps by
which all dispatches hereafter coming
fiom China to the Statu Department
will have thu dato clearly stated.
For that tired feeling tako a ride,
up Pacific IlPights.
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ENGINE RAN WILD
l H Mlm tntafitiit wIM lattH r.
aIM m " Imi II o ih M4IM
lit MmMl in hn tk M
I -i(K-r leahi tmftMwiHHt. wMek
th.n it Hit tht
llii' MwhI) wtwfdittr iM htfrliiK
tiHirt, hurpt) iHidn iimr la iti lh,iiMUouit !!, I p. m. UatMn.
Ht. Iiiil ItAln. which tltplip.l fl WtJntMJV. Stpt. ii.MiImm It. II. I
ot Imrni'c ) In n fr mlniilc tUSttlw, la m.i WikihtjOMtt Hnutf
runnH) iiikIiip nmM lip uppii pomliiit I p. m. tsg p, m.
lim y tip Hip Krmlp. ami II "iIIpiI" of lt ' Tltwiliy, Sept. .-KalHiki .Mill, a p.
ntMi droit In rklit of MiKhlr Hnllmi. w. ! 4 p. m.i l.ale Hall 7 p.m. to is
Conductor UIpIi) of Hip Ht Uinta
trnln rllinlml into the mh Mini foiiml
Arnnlil ulttlnR on Hip nmt of Hip pjIi
tmt t(f-p with liU lipnil out of Hi 1
window Arnnhl ImiiIi urprlt.M
unit Iprrltipil nlirii hp rmllipil whnt I
TIip ChkHRo trnln rom Knnum t'lijf
la nlao iIiip nl Moody rlRht nftiT tli
Ht Louis trnln unit but for Hip lack of
ateain mid the prompt word aont Moo l
Rtntlon. oiip or ImiIIi trnlna nilishl lue
heon wrerkpilnnil mimj Uvea ln.t.
. . . .
Noble Oregon Is
Again On Duty
Washington, Sept C TIip arrhnl of j
Hie Oregon off Hhnnghnl brines the fu-
moiis battleship Into po'ltlon to tako
part In operation for the solution of
Hip f IiIiipm. problem and for the eff.i-
the protci tlon of American IntereiU,
for the Hint time nlnic she ran on tie ,
rockx near Chefoo, more than iwol
months iiro. l'rom Captain Wildes
illapateh. It Is understood by Hip ottl-
tlnls or Hip Navy Department that Iip
scUpiI Hip opportunity to telegraph hla
Anfe passage nrronx the Yelton spu
from Kurp to Hip Yiir-isp while wait
ini; for a fator.ilitc tide whlili would
permit n ahlp of Hip Orenon'n deep
draught to n-on the liar and reach the
neighborhood of Hip Woo Sung forts,
where the New Orleans and the Prince
ton hno been representing the United
.States for several weeks.
The mliunt of the Oregon, with her
powerful battery and formidable armor
protection, will remop mtuh of the
danger to foreign Interests which has
Oregon to Shanghai and her sudden ip
pcirance on tho scene is attributed In
Hip wishes of Admiral Iteniey. who has
full authority for Hip disposition of the
vessels of his fleet to meet all possible
RETURN OF VOLUNTIiERH.
Washington, Sept. 1. So far as the
War Department has made any plana
for the return of the volunteer trojps
from the Philippines, It Is Intended
lo commence the homeward move
ment about the middle of Nov em he.-.
No otders have yet been Issued ou the
subject, but It will take ptnctleully nil
thu transport service nt the command
of th edepartmeut to accomplish thu
return of the 10.000 voluuteeis betwe-'n
the date named and Jtiuu 30th ot next
jenr, when their term of .service ex
pires by operation ot law. It Is the In
tention of the department to return the
organizations In thu same relative ol
der Hint they were shipped to the Isl
ands, thus equalizing its near as pos
sible their terms of foielgn service.
Tho ubove Is practically the Informa
tion that Is being returned to private
Inquiries of friends and relatives ct
soldiers now In tho Philippines, with
which hu department has been Hooded
for some time past.
MAY RliCALL P.OCKIIILL.
Washington, D. C, Sept. C W. W,
Itocklilll vcl, w, ,.,,. . ti,l.i ,
......... ...... ...... .... ... . , ...... ,u
take .Minister Conger's placu In the ne
gotiations with the Empire, will bu re
called within u few- da)s. Orders have
been sent to Conger to lemuln ut his
post of duty. The recall of Rocklilll
Is due to the fact that he made Indis
creet utterances to newspaper corres
pondents nt Shanghai, Ho said the Chi
nese Government not tho Boxers, weio
responsible for the troubles. This soit
nf talk ilestro)ed his usefulness us an
envoy und he will come back homo
Ei-Hlclnc M, lhelpi III.
Chicago, Sept. 5. Erskluo M. Phelra
the millionaire und old time Democra
tic leader, who bus been seriously 111
for thu past few- davs, suffered u re
lapso today and his condition Is criti
cal. The news of thu death ot Arthur
Sewull, a llfo-long friend of Air, Phelpj,
was kept from thu patient for some
time, .Mr. Sewull was recently 11 gurst
nt tho Phelps homo, vvheto hangs a
Inrge portrait of him,
NOTH HG HUT-
VOUNG UN31.R fPR
l'fciiltiMli)N N Ult.fc
1 H4 I H ' m 'h ht
l4i ' Oi" I Ii I ' at
MmJ.v, Serf, ? -PmuI fiiirt,
a. m U.m i VtH.M. Mti ,i'ini
t I. p. m.i Miimm Htim, 4 p. m.
U 9 m.
IwoJiy, Sept. id.- Wrip h MM. .
m. t il imiii llu i Mill, i p. m i Wai
p. m. ,
I'tlJjy, Sept. at. Iliwli Court llo.'
to a. in. to i p m.i Kuakl Coutt llout,
6 p. m. U i) p. m. j
SiturJay, itpt. i. W.ilkint Cutt,
llouf, qa. in. to 12 noon
' Mrtu! ,.. C.nl 41 L. ...!.. r-....
,.,v,.w.f, wi'. ..4. na,,fi,c wuuil
lloue, 10 a, in. to 1 p. in : Walmnulo
liio p. in. In 4 p, in
Fueajiy, Sept. 3, until October q -In
H'Hiolulu, tea. in. tn 1 p. in,: t p. m. t
8 p. m.
I.OKUIN ANDHbWS, Chairman.
D. I.. NAONE.
M. A. (JO.NSALVKS,
Hoard of Regljtr.itlon, Island of Oaliu.
H II til
TO 111: MILD
SATURDAY, SEPT. I5TH, IWO
IN HONOLULU HARBOR,
CO.M.ll..NUr.G AT o:jO A. Al.
l-WIIALEBOAl' RACE. First prize,
5io: seconJ, f 10.
2-SIX - OARED SLIDING SEAT
BARGE. Prize, ,o trophy.
1 TUG OF WAR of oareJ shoreroats
not Ics than two boats on a side.
4-SIX OARED SLIDING SEAT
BARGE RACE. "OIJ Timers."
5-FIRST-CLASS YACHT RACE. First
prize, f ico; second, fio.
6-SECONDCLASS YACHT RACE.
First prize, Jwjvcond, $jo; third, 520.
7-TIIIRD CLASS YACHT RACE.
First prize, tw second, $25; third $20.
K-FOURr CLASS YACII TRACE.
First prize, 540: second, J25; third I20.
o-SLVOARED GIG RACE; stationary
seats. Prize, i)o.
ig SWIMMING RACE: 100 yards
straightaway. Prize, jis-
INTERMISSION FOR LUNCH.
u-SIX-PADDLE CANOE RACE. First
prize, 520: second, iio.
12-SIX OARED SLIDING SEAT
BARGE. Prize, S25 trophy.
1 j TUG OF WAR between steamer ser
vice boats In actuil use. Prize, 525
14-1 WO -OARED SHORE BOAT,
First prize, Sus second, io.
15-DIVING CON! EST FOR DIS-
IANCE. Prize. 5l 5.
Ifi-STEAMER BOAT RACE. First
prize, f to; second, 515.
17-SAILING CANOE RACE. First
prize. f2o: second, 5io.
18 -HALF MILE, MORE OR LESS,
SWIMMING CONTEST. Prize. Jit,
BOA'IS. First prize, 520: second,
Above program subiect to chanee. Races
open to all. No entry fees. Swimming
and diving races entries open until the
start or races.
All rowing races are to be governed by
the racing rules of the Hawaiian Rowing
Each entry shall Include the name of the
boat, or if it have none, the name of the
person who enters It In the race.
For further Information apply to the
Regatta Comml tee, or the Secretary, J.
W. Smithies. prints
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at M.iltlkl. Kmu.
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
i ""'" are oiier. sjusiieu, w ill pe
.a,. ., ,M tltf. i.min. , nam..1 ..m.i.
J.W.- . ...V WM.W t.V.VUXWV. IIUllllU, UhVUlU
lug to law
Sept. y, iyoo. 1 red mare branded Jl
on right hind Irg, four feet black.
Sept. y, igoo. 1 red mare brand Indls
rribab'e, white stripes on the luck, white
spots on forehead and four feet black.
Sept. i), 1000. 1 red horse branded M on
left hind leg, white spot on the back and
also on the forehead, four feet black and
Sept. i), 1000. 1 cream horse branded O
. on left hind leg, white spots on the back,
unite stripe on tne loreneaj, one lelt front
foot black and three white, all shoded.
Sept. 10. toco. 1 red horse branded AK
on right hind leg. sore back, w bite spot on
forehead, one white left hind foot, three
leet DiacK and all slioded.
All owners of the above described anl
mats are hereby notified that I will sell
them at public auction on Saturday, Sept.
21), 1900, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
10)2 1) Poundmaster
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
Sealed proposil will be received at the
ollice of the Board of Commissioners ol
the Honolulu Fire Department, until 12
o'clock in , Oct. fiili, 1000, for furnishing
3000 feet of 2'i inch cotton-covered l-lre
Hose, to be delivered within sixty davs
after notllica Ion of ,-ucept lice of tender,
All tenders must be auompan'ed bv
K. R. G. WALLACE,
Secretary Board of Commls luneis of the
Honolulu Fire Department. I6jctd
I'll! Republican Terilturlal Cutiventloii
will be held nt Honolulu on September 24
EXECUTIVE COMMIT I El:,
tfju-tw Per. E, R, Hendry, Secretary.
TKt.KI'IIOMK NO. St.
NOW Ii lb tlmttlo 11 Uakt aid
urttkM' n tfl( nd
Roofs Put In Ordit
Vj couitnt wotaar.t
For the Plumbing
On that new liouso that yon art
about to build or tbo alteration
you are intouJIug to make on
your properly. Call andaeesi
and flt an oatimate.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber,
Hhop: irelnU atreet, 4 tloors tit
of Punchbowl. Phone 844.
lloura 7 a. in. to 6 p. in.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W.H.Babth h W. iAtra.
HodoIqIq Sbeet Metal forks
Galvanlzsd Iron Skylights and Veetllatara,
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
aickardi SumI. bat. Ovaa aal Marctaat. aaawtaM
atrJobblaf CloBCIIr anaala la.a
TpI White 41. P.O. Hoi nO
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Ritfs Bout to any part of tho
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Wuiklkl Itoail, - -
TEL. BLACK 141.
When You WaiUlig
..RINO UP THE..,
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.H8 FORT 8TREST.
BUble 'Phono, 477
Uack Htoml 'Phones, 310 and 1i.
C. 11 BELL1HA.
' White and Black Sand
. In Quantities to Suit...
EXCAYATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AMD SOIL FOR SALE.
ttr Dumn Carts furnlslieJ hv th- ,1 ic
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Betliel St., next to P. O.
A GOOD THING
4 Utt C
Obla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
uut and tipllt (teadyfortheBtove)
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK SAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pari
the C Ity.
HTJSTACE & CO.,
l Onsen BttMt.
Pacific Transfer Co.
lit King St , nut to llallay. Cyclary.
Express Wagons, Drays
Lumber Wagons and
Duaw Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunin, lumltuia ani Salt. Caialully Han4lii.
TELEPHONE ,1 ,j
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
m CKXTS K.Wll
Ou sale at otfice of . , ,
TUB . . .
fff MAIN 199
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