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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JANUAIIV, IS, 1901
Is now prepared to do
All kinds of
SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED.
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IpuKii fi lint oni tmttttoni Jf rmff wi
feHrffoirr to fi o ti, ) etui.. In-tf tfi,
an J do etntt ont month. Ibit it tbt tbtabtil ndvtt
Hunt tvtr offtrt4 tbt Ptopit ef Honolulu.
QTENOdRAPHER WITH SIMRE TIME DURING
O buslnm hoir Je&ire to atttnd to another
firm' correpnJiee atlijto o per mtnth A4
dresi K. II ihl ofhc mi-It
ILL KINDS OP HELP. StLtiT EMiaovM.NT
OrtlCE, AUOOON UtlLlUNn MrUCIMNTM
BARGAINS IN JEUELkY you can pt thim at
M K LLCAS, toj Hotel St. Hnt Engraving
unJ tnameling done
OTICE TO BUILDERS-The Union Espies. Co
nit WHl l c samu run swic isn't
WASTE D-Two Macs smith helpers, apply lo
IIHNRY WR OUT fo-1 Si. mauka of Lucas'
CITUATION WANTEtl-A sood right Japanese
poy, wno unaetstanas cnjEiisi, warns a position
Wllllne to Jo any kind of woik. Address "Y. S ,"
Bulletin office. st6-iw
ANTID Tin and sheet lion woiker wishes ork.
AdJress "Tinner this office I7l5-iw
1ANTED-Pnrll,n as stationary of holstlrj: en
vv glneer, sober steady, qualified lor a respon
sible position AdJress J R Conser. City It-iw
rluint-er Terr toly Stahe Hi IHlg.
OUM1 MAN, stenosrsoher and tvreorlter, at
WANTED Dv a gentleman, a nicely furnished
toon. Address "H" this office. Ht.-lw
UANTEts-A fifteen eir old Soy. r H. Hrovn,
I once. Address "A N " Oulletln Office
7ANTED-WATCHES to repair by leweler of u
VV veareexferlence. Just received a fine I ne of
novell'es. O DIETZ, atsNuumuSt trol-tf
ANtrn-ENOHAVINa AND ENAMEtINO
Al F. LUCAS. eo. Hotel M. 1161
LD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Hags Appply at uullettn umce. isro-ll
Kawaiahao Street, near South Street.
C&83 Uptown Office,
I1G HOTEL STREET, Old Elite Building.
T5LEPH0NE, MAIN 73.
Notice to Creditors.
Tfte unJertitnei having rn appointed ad mini it.
fttor ot the etute of David A. Low, deceatM, late of
Ale. Oahu. (notice It hereby given to all room
tvaxlDf ctalm against aald e$Ut to pretcnt their
tlMBK duly aathentlcated and with proper voucher.
rf anr e-'. een if the claim It M-ojred by mortgage
upon rral ettat, at the office of tbe uadertlgned at
V Honolulu Plantall n Company, Aiea, within tli
luriht from the data hereof, or they will be forever
JAM1S A. LOW,
MiniJulu, January ijth. iqoi. it84t-Jaa n tt.tq,;
lonmlsslODet'i Sale of Real Estate
Situate on the Islam ot Oahu.
Pursuant to a decree made by Hon A. S. Humph
nyt. First Judge of th Circuit Court of the Flrtt
Jodlc'al Circuit, filed the 10th day ot January, A D ,
ooi. In a causa entitled Ida E Lamb vs Cteorre W.
Joilih, J. fc. Kahoa and Hannah Kalwl, foreclosure
proceedings, I am directed to sell at puMlc auction,
istKct to confirm it i on by the Circuit Court, on
Saturday February end, loot, at it o'cloctnonn, of
that day. at the tnauka entrance to the Judiciary
tuUdlng.all or any of those certain p'ecet and par-
rtia or ianj situate in tne city or Honolulu ana Jit'
trkt of Ewa, in the Island of Oahu, and more parti
enJatrlv desrribeJ as fallows
i All that p ece or parcel or land situate on School
-Arret In said Hono'ulu. Detween Nuuanu ttrttt and
Va'kahafulu bridge, Containing an area of T4ioo of
nitre, being a portion of the land described In R P.
tin. LCA. itu to Ohlalau, and (he land conveyed
n tt mM Addle N Mnltn by J, Keanu, t bua
afemad. by deed dated August o-h. iBS). of record
ia liber it, pages )i6-t In the said registry.
i All the right, title, Interest and eitate of the tald
JlJJie N. Smlti (othrwIsa known as NsiWlua. and
9t the tald George W Smith, In her right or other
wise In and to that certain piece ot land in Nuuanu
valiy in tald Honolulu, lylfg cetwe-n the home
tltiJ lut of the late T H Hobron and Nuuanu stream
and desrrl ci d In deed of conve) ance from Keothu to
A Hlknuand tald Nahoelua dated June tnd, i&6e,
and of record In liber 15 on pages t)4-)6 In laid
I AH those two certain Apanatof land situate at
Ka'aoMe Lihue, Ewa, Island of Oahu, being Arane
of ti, P. tai to Naheana and therein d trrlbed,
ronaln'ng a jt acres, and Apana i of R. P. tsj to
ICraka Kahlewaiu. containing t)j acres as convey
i to Addle N Smith, wife of Geor.t W. Smlih. bv
J. L Rl hards n by deed dated March 10th. i8So, and
t rrcifd In liber fit on paget 194-195. Hawaiian
tteflktry of Conveyances.
the title to the above lands It believed to be good,
fall will u-ll only tJCh title and such area as It vest
J ft mtascommlsloner in the above case.
Tirmtof tale cash In U. S, gold coin. Detdt at
tbt expense of purchasers For further particulars
pply to Messrs Hulmes and Stanley vt
DcbtHoff the Turk.
The Ottoman Government has con
tracted for the construction of a battle
ship, to be named ABBar-1-Tev.flk, h.
tho German works at Kiel, at a cost ol
The Cologne Gazette says that Ger
many, In a friendly way, Informed the
Porte that If the claims of the United
States for damages growing out of
the Armenian outrages were granti.I,
Germany would expect similar treat
"The foreign engagements of tho
Porto for the purchase and renovation
of war ships and for naval and military
artillery now amount to 2,400,000,"
majs the Constantinople correspondent
of tho Times, "while the treasury Is
absolutely empty and Internal debts
Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate
Sltnate on the Island of Oahu.
Pursuant to a d crce made by Hon, A. S Humph
revs, Flrtt Judge of the Circuit Court of the I irtt
Judicial Circuit ft rd the ioth da 1 1 January, A D ,
toct. In a ctue ettitied htmuel C, Alkn s (jeurge
Wa.olngion Smith and Ida b. Lamb, foreclosure
ancrttilngt, I m directed tse'l at pullk auction,
ml kct to conflrmnlon by the Cftcult Cout, on at
rday, Tebruary gth, A D 1001 at 110'clftck noon
(t ihatday, at the mauka ervrince to the Judiciary
Building, all vt any of thoe certain pie ei and par
cels o! land situate In the city ot Hunolulu, and Dls
tilctot I wa, In the llandof Oahu. and more pittl
cularly described at follows
s-AIltrwurdlvldedtulfof Gecrg W Smith In
and 10 Iftusetfto certain pieces of land at Llhue, Fwa,
bland of Oahu, being Apana a of R. P. taa to Nah-
aca, containing t u-icoacrei, and Arana t ot H,
I jto Keaka Kahtewatu, containing t acres
veyed to Addle N mlih wife of (i'orge W.
Siaitfi, Ly dee! of J, L Richardson, da'ed March
Kth, 180, and of record In libcroa, page jo, Hawai
ian Hmlitrv ot Convevan es
w-AU the undivided half of G. W Smith In and to
UUft pri miset situate In Nuutrni Valley, as more
httllyweai In deed record id fti liber ij, pagea4
3 Atlir unalvlded half ot G W. Smith In that
retUfn piece of land thuate on Sch)ol stre-t In said
tionolulu. btt ween Nuianu street and Walkahalulu
SnAit. described In U P iSit L. C. A ititoOhla-
iuu, arid conveyed to Addle N Smith, a so known as
nan ti.a, ry jj 01 j, Keanu dated August a n,
itfBi, and rrtordtd In liber 8j, pages j6 and jt In
4 AlfthoMtwo certain pieces or parcels of land
to own at lots 1 j and 16, situate In the Keklo Tract
VoimjIuIu, Island of Oahu, a description if which
ctt futiy appeirs in deed of w. c Achl. truitre,
dC U Malle truster, dated iMarch nth. I&.S.
ndrtorded In Mber it6oh pagjs j6t and 368 in tald
Tre title to the above lands Ik believed to be gooJ,
but I will tell only such title and such area as Is
tmiiJ In me as commissioner In the aboe case,
Tfimsof salecath In u. S 10IJ coin, DteJs at
tbt eiptntt of pLrchastrs lor further particulars
tipty tMessts Holmes flc Stanley, or
CjLORO 1 LUCS
jVM ,, Co mm I ssloner.
Ttsft Job Printing at
The Oskaloosa, Kan., Independent re
cently reported a former citizen! Dr.
II. nidgeway, as dead at Topckn,
whereupon the man wrote and said: "1
went home and told my wife I wai
dead and produced a copy of your pa
per In proof. While she Is a good wo
man and all that, she thinks that your
paper lied. And she showed the cour
age of her convictions by making mo
carry In a lot of coal and water. So.
Mr. Editor, I may say that I am not
dead, hut 1 am mad.'
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oysters served n the shell only Try Ml
famous Ham ani br Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hsta' streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor,
TO LET f eslrable houi. of s rooms, bath. rod
1 location. ut finished. Kent vets monthly.
pply OCAR LANS1VG i LO , Judd Bulldlnjr.
:OK RENT Collate and fnrnUhed housekeeping
rooms. Cottaee Grcv. Kins St.
iTu-ti r. e. king.
rO LET Sefton House. ell furnished rooms with
biard. Younn St . near Pllfcol. iT6-tmo
$ To the Public U,
Messrf. E. O. Hall k Son l.'m'ttJ. are now the reozrtlzJ
I ARtnts for CLHVOLAND BICYCLES for the Hawaiian lalanJs,
the recent arrangements ot ou Mr. K. C. Lennle havInK been ap
t proved of by the unJerslgneJ, Ydurs trJlVi
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.,
SAN fRANCISCO DRaNCH
Cleveland Sales Dep.inment
By 0. A. Merril,
I Referring to the above we will say that bythe "ZEALANDIA"
we received anottiei snipment ol...
and cm satisfy anyone wanting a good bicycle.
The Cleveland Is...
! A GOOD BICYCLE
C.L1. AT BICYCLE DEPARTMENT
ON 2nd FLOOR OF HEW STORE ! '
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and Ring Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
-05 Queen Street
TO LET A model house 6 rooms a J bath, fur
niture for stlc reasonable ATKINSON, Ma
(toon H'tlldlne Room tl
FOR RENT Or, Jobe's front office of two rooms,
with r without a larce bed-room, cen'ral locaion
Inquire of tMDERT M. UROWN. Hoi 1st. r Drue
OlttE TO RENT on the corner of Maklkland
Wllter Avenues. Applyon premises irig.im
TO LET Selton House. ell furnished rooms with
board Voun St , near Pllkol. iro-im
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. o Garden
FORSAE A large urrl.ht Knabs piano In (food
condition torjrfo. Add'ess ' W this office. ntf
FOR SALE Either one or both of .team of black
mares, gentle and tcin J Iknry W. Howard
M. D. tiivtl
FOR SALE Ft rnltur. of 6 rooms house, pood and
new with opt on of renting house. ATKINSON,
Kfom ii iwagoon nu uing wercnant at.
nn YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only $x
' ' moms P H Itur ette to Kin? St.
HOUtE AND TWO LOTS-Kalulanl Tract, only
J i ,10a. P. H. Ilurnette, to King St.
LOTS Kaplolanl, on easy terms. P. II, Burnette,
HOUSE AND LOT-Puutul, very cheap P. H.
Rurn.tte. to King St.
OUSt AND LOT-Asylum Hoad.near Klne. P.
ii. iiurnene. q mngnr.
The Hooulu and Hoola Society will hold
a special meeting at the KAPIOLANI
MATERNITY HOME at io o'clock A. M.
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the TERRITORY STABLES CO., LTD.
will be held at the office of the Kaplolanl
Estate on FRIDAY, JAN. i8th, iqoi, at io
o'clock A. M.
C. F. HERRlCK,
Secretary, Territory Stables Co., Ltd.
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
The stock transfer books of the Olaa
Sugar Company, Limited, will be closed
to transfers from January i6th to 30th,
both dates Inclusive.
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Company, Ltd,
Dated: Honolulu, T. IX., Januiry 15,
McBryde Sugar Company.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of this Company will be held In the room
of the Chamber of Commerce, at 10 A. M.
on FRIDAY, JANUARY 25th, to consider
an arrfendment to the By Laws with a
view to changing the date of the Annual
P. R. 1SENBERG,
Honolulu, January 14th, iqoi. 1738-td
Weather Bureau, Punahou, January
15. Temperature Morning minimum,
66; Midday maximum, 78.
Darometer at 9 a. m. 29.97.
Dew Point 66P.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 15. Weather clear; wind light
Monday, January 14,
Am bktn John Smith, Anderson, z
davs from Port Blakelev.
Am schr A M Baxter, Marshall, 14 days
Tuesday, January 1 5.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from La
halna. Kona and Kau: 1870 baes A and B
sugar W G Irwin ti Co, 628 bags coffee,
3 bunches bananas. 21 kegs butter, Q
dls tobacco. 217 bdls hides. 6 head
slaughtered cattle, 457 pkg sundries.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Kauai
ports; 3200 bags A sugar and 2 pkgs. ,
Monday, January 14.
Stmr Ellhu Thomson. Whltnev. for
Stmr Noeau. Wvman. for Hanamaulu.
Anahola and Kllauea.
Gas schr Ma olo. Nelson, for Hanalc
Tuesday, January 1 5.
Stmr Claudlne, Lane, for Hllo and way
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Maul, Sacks, for Miul and Hawaii
ports at 5 p m.
Stmr Lehua. Bennett, for Molokat ports
and Lahalna at 5 p m.
Lias sclir surprise, nystrom, lor Kauai
ports at 5 P m.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p m.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett, for Kealla
and Kapaa at 4 P m.
senr Lady, tor Nooiau pons at 5 p m.
Schrs Blanche and Ella, for Hanalel and
Kulihlwal at 5 p m.
Schr Ada, for Kallhiwal and Hanalel at
Sclir t-anme Adele tor bleele at 4 P m.
From Lahalna, Kona. and Kau ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, Jan 15 Geo RobettsoPj
Miss N Fcley, Judd Stearns atd wife, C
Morris, Master Dow, Mrs Nakamura, Mrs.
John Gaspir, Mrs Aehono, Mrs C B
Beard, Mhs Heard, Mr Dallett, Mrs Kea
mlns, Wrs Adams, Mrs Pushl, Mrs Atche
lv, 3 children and strvant, D DorwarJ,
IS... 1 ...! LJ A f-n,,... D M .titlrnn.
1TII3 UUWIiC, II t UIIU1I. I I fwiititwu-
luna, MaU D Kepoll, Mrs M Green, Young
Young and 03 tJecK.
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Maul, Jan 15-G B Robertson, Carl Jen
sen, Mr Kalmlola and wife, Miss Lucy
Kelllkau, Miss J E Gomes, Rev J P Ke
koa and wife, H K Poepoe, J Leadlngham,
J Kalalna, David Al. Rev J Nua. Mrs fc
Plckard Miss Emelie Lima, S Kelllnol,
wife and 2 children, Mrs J T Taylor anl
cniio, j nevin, ueo n Alien, r n Kano'
kuoluna and J M Folsom.
For Hllo and way ports per stmr Clau
dlne, Jan 15 A Moore, H T Gilbert, Mrs
C B Hofgaard, Mrs J K Wilder, A VV
Wall, AW Caiter, J A Graack, Henry
Porter. W Loueher. J Jenkins. C S Ho
loway, J Lougher, Miss Shaw, Mrs l P
Hose and 2 children, Palmer Woods, W P
Whitley. John Hind. C T Day, R E
Diouin, inan see loung, 1 w. mini, n n
Hendrlck, F J Cross, Andiew Gray, Mr
Andrew, J F Sedgwick, UN Almy and
wife, C Brush, William Kahaawlnul, Mrs
I O Spencer, AUss P Jones, Mrs E G
Hitchcock, LtiTlmons, Bishop Panapolls.
For Molokal ports, per stmr Lehua, Jan
n Mr Klma, wife and child and G W
FOR SALE One ea.h sU-a and 6 horsepower
Ml LIZ & WEItS KtBOSENB OIL ENOIVES, (new)
Inquire of J. Emwelutii. hi King St. n)i-tf
FOR SALF A few Imported milch cows. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS. ij.
FR SALE Cheap, 1 family mar., harness and an
open burxy. Apply to
eoo Merchant St
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse A
1 centrally located Lodging House and cottare.
Business Property In hart of citv resldenc. properly
HENRY WAfEieHOUSE & CO itp) If
FOR SALE OR RENT-A I acr. Lot In Nuuand
Valley, with Large House and Several Cottages.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO iSoj-tt
THE btt scent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
to b. had at th. Myrtl. Cigar Stor. neat to Or.
rn'um. wu Kinji or manna cigars a specialty
For Sale !
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
On view at my salesroom, 65 Queen
Street, are TWO FINE PIANOS, one Is a
Kimball, the other a German piano Any
one wishing a fine instrument should not
lose this opportunity for getting one at a
very I )w price.
Jas. F. Morgan,
M EARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO for aala at a
birgah. Apply 38 Baratatl. street, near
Pumping Station 68s tf
FOR SALE Saoo. Futnltur.of .-roomed cottage
near towa, with privilege of renting cottage. ,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE fc CO .
n6 Merchant St.
PR SALE $4000 Leasehold on Queen s rest,
near Honolulu Iron Work.. ., v.ara ta run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
"PPly 10 Y ILLlAAl BAVlLKlt:, fit UU ,
tab Merchant street. 1
LOST--A model l Cleeland blcycls No no.
Tinder rleasa return to fltORGE HAYSELDEN
at H May h Co. and receive liberal reward nt.-iw
I OST Treasury Warrant No. ( In favor of W.
L- G. Klttel for Sit 00, dated November )oth tooo'
on account Pay of Police, Hawaii. Payment has
has been stopped on this draft. nti iw
LOST $.oo re ard for overcoat lost niar Pacific
Ma I dock Wednesday evening, leave same at
Hawaiian Hotel m-iw
FOUND-Atout Jan. 1st. a small skiff marked No,
to. owner can have the same by pay ng tor this
advertisement. Apply at barn SSBAS , IAN BACH
FOUND A lady's black neckwrap In front of MAC
DONALD b shoeing shop. Owner may have bv
calling there for It isto-.w
FOL'ND-A Salff, 0ner can obtain the same by
paying expensx Apply m, Fort St. IT! -w
FOUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite the
Elite 1c. Cream Parlors, GEO. HAHNER.
Manufacturing jeweler troS-im
The general board of the Navy, pr
sided oer by Admiral Dewey, has tak
en up the question of tho transfer ot
the United States naval station from
C;nlto And Its permanent establish
ment on Sublg bay. At tho samo time,
tho special borail ot naval olllccrs now
making Inquiries In tho Philippine
as to the best Ito for a permanent
(nival station has cabled to Washing
ton for n full equipment of boring ap
pnratus, In order to learn whether thero
1b n Btiltablo foundation at Sublg hay
and other points for the' extensive dry
docks and other equipment of such a
The ncrllner Post of Dec. 29, 1900,
summarizing Germany's naval progress
says that seven vessels have been
launched, Including two battleships,
one large cruiser and four small crluu
ers. Tho paper calls attention to tho
"unprecedented activity In the building
of war ships." six of which are now In
process ot construction, Including four
battleships, one large cruiser and one
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER St LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be haJ. Ws
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
niMI Cv-llmnn Tf.illhnf Trvutf Qt,ir,in
Sole, Smelt. Shid. Cam, Rock'Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY" AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
S.MOKED AlEATS Hams, Baccrt, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Cllrped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains.
CaUes' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
rttlTTI'tl Pirn. rh PIM rl,A...
chuw, Sauer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
ruuiiccs, unions, i auujge. a iuii supply
of Fruits and Vegetables,
OYSTERS Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 2 1 9.
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection, ,
NEWS CO., LTD.,
"You gave a job to a wandering hobo
tho other day, I believe," said the vll
lago merchant. "How did ho turn
"I had to let him go at tho end of I ho
third day,' replied the altruistic farmer,
regretfully, "Hy the tlmo I had got
him filled' up with cornbread and ba
con ho was too full to work,"
Popular Concerts !
Honolulu Symphony Orchestra,
UlllEWTHB UIDECriON Oh PAUL EGRY
Every Saturday Night at
The Orpheuiia Theatre,
RESERVE SEATS 50c.
ON SALE AT WALL, NICHOLS Si CO.,
AND BERGSTKO.U MUSIC CO.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, v. Ith buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc,
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kajhumanu St.
The co-partnership existing be
tween Robert Lewers, Charles W.
Cooke and F. J. Lowrey, under the
firm name of LBWEKS Si COOKE,
is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, and the business transferred to
a corporation under the name of
LEWERS Si COOKE, LIMITED.
All obligations of the firm are as
sumed by the corporation, and all
amounts due the firm are made pay
able to the corporation.
Thanks ar; extended to those who
have given patronage to the firm
which Is now di. solved, and a con
tinuance Is requested on behalf of
the new corporation.
LEWBR8 O COOKE.
LEWERS it COOKE, Limited.
Preslden' r.J Low.EY
Vice-President, , W.W. IUbris
Sec'yandTrcas W. A Haduen
Auditor C. H COOkE
Director Robert Iewius
Director Chas. M. Cookt
Honolulu Dec, ii. 1000.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Fnrnltnre
In stock, or ordered from
DON'T BUY YOUK FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE K IT WILL PAY YOU TO
wo, UY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERE TANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
I'. O. BOX 515. ! VV. LLDtRLH,
i'"r . ""? v.
u. ii'at-av.'SmMmi SU'ij,'n'iiti