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The Mardi Oras 1
in which the people of Hawaii are interested to
make a social as well as a financhl success is
almost nere. We are striving to do oiir part
and asstat in the festivities by offering you the
oppo tunit to be the best gowned.
We offer the choicest of various materials C8p:clnlly ntude
to order lor the occasion under the
MR. HARRY DAVIDSON,
..WIGS AND SILK MASKS..
OUR HAIR DRESSING
All departments are under the direct management of MIjs
M. fc. K1LLEAN.
THE III. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
II art m.rrw1 ill rstf
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Regarding Fire Claims
Tr In pvdlpnt tlml thr. .T.nnnnpan nnntt-
latlon Is not going to leave .1 stone un-
turneil In the matter of their Are dependent party, made Its first appear
claims which will lie properly repre- nnce on the streets today. As was ex
senteil hefore the Legislature. pected, copies were eagerly sought nf.
Friday evening last, the recently np-
pointed committee of thirty met at the the .street corners nnd read aloud the
residence of the Japanese Consul and utterances of the mouthpiece of the
effected permanent organization by Independents.
electing the following ns oulcers: S. On the front page are a number of
Ozakt, chairman: T. Ishlkawa, vlco sections from tho Constitution of the
chairman; S. Kato nnd K. Kawasaki, United States, starting with the pre
treasurer and Y. Soga. secretary. Inmble. As an Introductory note to this
A special committee of seven was part of the paper, the Kuokoa Home
appointed in nddltlon to the thirty nl- rutin says:
ready named, for the purpose of assist- "We give some of the sections of the
lng In matters connected with the
It was also decided to meet tomor-
row evening nnd every evening there-
after, at the Japanese Consulate.
Emmn fiq (ire Music.
The band will play the following mu
sic at a concert In Emma Square this
evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Poet and Peasant ..Suppe
Intermezzo Russian Franke
Suite Persian Ellenbcrg
(a) Makal Walplo, h) Maul 1 ka
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(c) Wal Mapuna. (il) Ahea Oe. '
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley Ye Olden Times Royer
Cavatlnn Lucia Donizetti
V.'altz Iris Iiurnlossl
March Smoky Mokes Ilolyrnnn
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Notice to Creditors.
Nnt'ce It hereby nlvtn to t1lcrfJ.iorh4'i.pUlm
a pa In it the tVaf of J C a brat 4e M Jlrn e of
Honolulu, dertaitrd, toprestn tht tm 4uty at theii
tlcateJ anJ wth rrnfitr vodclitrt, at ihe olurt of the
aJn.ifliir.Vor, Ai 0. Sllva Honolulu, Or u Tml-to-y
of .iwall, within hit (61 montb.i trurn. the date
hereof, or ihey will tv fnrettr ta rei
AJminlttrator of the etata of J. Catral Ja Medeirot,
DateJ at Honolulu, Uaiu, this nth J iv of Tet-ruirv
19 t. irCi-tt-leb ti,i6,t),t,o
'in the circuit court, firm circtit or
the Territory of hiwiII At cliamhrrs, In rebate
In th matter of le estate of John Kalua Kaho kano,
Iat of Honolut , Oahu, JieaeJ The petition ani
accounts of the Hawaiian Trust ani Invet-nenf Co ,
Ltmit 4. a J ml n 1st a tor of the estate of tali iterate J.
having been tiled, therein It asks that lis accounts
te examined and approved, and that a final order be
tnait of distrtb itlon of the property remafnlng In Its
posscftslun to the person tnereto entitled, and dls
charglnt It from all further responsibility as such
administrator. It Is brie ei, that Friday, the sand
day of Mirth. A D., 1001, at ten o'clock a.m., before
the Judge of sali Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Honolulu, Island of Oa u, be and ihe
ami hereby ts appo'nted as the time ani p'ace for
hearing said petition ani accounts, and that all per
sons Interested may then and there appear and show
cause, If any they have, why the satre should not be
Honolulu. February Uth, tom.
By the Court.
P. D. KELLETT. JR .
n6iit-Feb ir.ig 9 t C'erk,
1279 Fort Street.
OPPOSITE ORPHEUM BLOCK.
TUESDAY, T'EU. 12, 10 n m.
Fine Parlor furniture, bedroom suits,
Bras beds, Moss & Hair Matresses,
Feather pillows, Couches. Odd Dressers,
Lamps, uak wardrobes, Oak frame mir
rors, OH paintings, Carpets, Lace curtains
Books, Baby cribs and Brlck-a-brack.
WILL E. FISHER,
i7(io-2t . Auctioneer
HART & CO.,
JI1E ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
(Invoices of HuYLERS
JOLATES per the
Notice to PropeStejvners.
I have In my employ FOOi&CST'
-u3 i-Lu.MiiLKS irom the Coast?
now ready to fieurj nn vnur .unri.
lowest prices. Mv men are I InlK
Vive me a trial.
C. II. UIUY
erntory btables, A- ,
attention is called to
llnt'lM Uf MBMi
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First Appearance of
Home Rule Paper
Thr. Kllokna Honip Ittllp ftnilnl)pn
knt Home Utile), the organ of the In-
ter by the natives who stood about on
Constitution of the United States for
the benefit of the Senators, the Repre-
scntatlves nnd the people of the Homo
Rule party who arc unfamiliar with
Next follows the platform of the par
ty adopted at the meeting of the dele
gates on June 7 of last year. Then
there Is n letter from Delegate Wilcox,
the substance of which hns already ap
peared in the Bulletin, nnd a short
story of the visit of the Independents
t the Iwilel corral.
In the editorial columns ts an editor
ial by J. M. Poepoe. explaining to tho
natives Just what municipal govern
ment means. The writer makes It very
plain that It will mean, among other
things, the plnclng of power to govern
themselves In their own hands.
On the last page Is nn article by Sen
ator Kalanokalanl, explaining the sta
tus of the new paper nnd asking them
for their help without which, the work
cannot he carried forth.
Notes of foreign countries, nn article
on personal taxes, something about tho
Gill-Stevens shooting affair and other
general matters, complete the paper.
SHALL HOPE FOR CABLE
Washington, Jnn. 27. If any hope
remains of the passage of tho Pacific
cable bill at this session, diligent In
quiry falls to reveal It. The 1)111 pass
eii by the Senate last session Is hung
UP In tho House Committee on Inter
state nnd Foreign Commerce, and the
committee Is so hopelessly divided
that no satisfactory report may bo ex
pected, even If Speaker Henderson wjll
permit the matter to be presented. The
Sonato bill provided for tho construc
tion of a cnblo tinder Government su
pervision, to be operated by (ho Navy
Department. A majority of the Housn
committee, It Is said, Is In favor of a
bill authorizing the cable to be laid
by a private corporation, the Govern
ment to pay yearly a lump sum for ser-
The cable bill would give rise to such
prolonged debate in tho House that
Speaker Henderson will not permit
tr to bo reported at least, not until
urgency measures are disposed of,
HIGH WIND AT PAAUIIAU
A building used ns laborers' quarters
al Paauhau plantation, Hawaii, was
considerably damaged by the high wind
pre; ailing thero on the third Inst. Tho
building wns built of wood and was
about n hundred feet long nnd twenty
feet wide. The wind struck tho struc
ture nnd shifted It about six feet.
At the time, there were nuout seventy
five people In tho house but luckily, no
one was Injured, although they wcro
all very much frightened.
MONBY FOR OIJBRLIN.
, Obcrlln, 0 Jan. 20. At the chapel
exercises this ''evening President Bar
rows of Oberlin College announced
that J. D, Rockefeller, through J, G.
AV. Cowles of Cleveland, signified his
willingness to give $200,000 toward tho
addition of (500,000 to the endowment
fund of Oberlin College, provided the
whole nfuouot is raised by,January 1,
Camarlnos reeehes for his rcfrlgora-
jrs njl the California fruits of tho sen
son by every cold storage steamer. He
ohvajs has on hand a stock of fresh
ipples, grapes, oranges, etc, Send your
orders by phono, No, Main 378.
For tJiitlonal Shipping News let seventh (ag.
p m. a m
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New Moon on the ISth nl 1:15 p. m.
Last' Quarter of the Moon on the 11th
at 7:42 a. ni. ,
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United Suites Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOli, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is tho same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Musters of vessels sailing from tbis
poit for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of the U. S. Hydrogrnphlt:
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for thlr
ntneflt freo of charge, complete self
of charts smit directions of the world.
Latest information can bo obtained re-
KJ riling lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocein
Weather Bureau. Punahnu, February
11. Temperature Morning- minimum.
GO; Midday maximum. 77.
Barometer nt 9 a, m. 20.73. Slightly
Dew Point SF.
Humidity at 9 a. m SO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Feb
runryKll. Weather clear; wind 8W.
Saturday, Feb. o.
Stmr'Hilene, Line, f om Paauhau.
Sunday, Feb. it.
J A Cummins, Searle, from Oanu port.
Stmr Lehui, Bennett, from Molo
kal por s.
Stmr. James Makee, Tlillett, from Ka
Stmr Keauhou, Moshsr, from Hawal .
Mondav, Feb it.
Schr. Kaukeaoull, Kahallhili, from Ha
Saturday Feb. g.
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz, for Kauai ports.
Mondav, Feb. it.
Bk. Albert Griffith for San Francisco.
U S.A.T. Lawton, Marine, for Manila.
Schr Concord, Capt. Sam. Hawaii.
From Arahola. per Jas Makte. Feb io -Mils
Maty Yashuka, Miss Emma Yash'
oka, U Lemon, V Ekekela, J Trask.
The Kluau was spoken by the Helen off
th; Hanukua coast.
The Mlk.ihala Is very soin to go on the
marine railway for examination by the
Inspectors of hulls and sollers.
1 he baik Albert with a full loid of
sucar sailed for San Francisco this morn
ing. The Gerard C Tobey hauled Into the
stream this morning to await her sugar
The navy vessel Solace left Manila for
San Francisco, via Guam and Honolulu,
on January 25. She is Jue here at any
The Mauni Lot will not sail on' her trip
to Kona until tomorrow at 8 a. m. The
reports arriving of the continued rough
weather on her route, are the ciu: ol her
The Keauhou arriving from Kukulhaela
yesterday, reports very rough weather on
tlie Kona coast but not so bad at Hama
kua. There was plenty of rain In Hamv
kuu and Kona. When the Keauhou left,
there were 7500 bags 'of sugar at U.S.
Co., and 6000 at P. S. M. H A. Co! and
"Diamond" 1C. each had 300 bigs left.
Importations nnd Conttlgneen.
From rian Francisco, per OSS Marl
posa, Feb 95 pkgs tobacco, 18) pkgs dry
goods 6 pkgs dental goods. 13 cs books, 67
pkrs n n goods, 5 cs musical insts, 20 cs
paper, 249 pkgs gro;crles and provisions,
53 bags brans. 2 bx oil clothing, 16 stoves,
1 100 cs canned meats, 1 cs watches, 1250
bags barley, 80 bgs rice, 20 pks hats, 41 cs
cigars and cigarettes, 354 cs smoking to
djcco, s pkgs clothing, 7; cs hoots ana
shoes, 20 pkgs photo gojjs, 2 cs silver
ware, 3 pkgs platedware. 245 pkgs vegeta
bles, 90 Pars Iron, 24 pkgs church pews,
27? car wheels, 50 bgs shrlpt shell, 30 cs
codfish, 387 pes tank material, 731 pkgs
hardware, 157 pkgs machinery, 2 pkgs
stationery, 22 pkgs bikes and parts, 4
P effects, 90 pkgs furniture, 273 cs fruit,
ti pkgs Ice house goods, 5 horses, 186
pkgs Chinese Provision., 25cswlne,28
pkgs crockery, 500 bgs bran, tod pkgs
mill work, 101 trunks, 56 pkgs parcels and
1S9 pkgs mdse, consigned to the follow
ing: A Dreler, Albct Blom, Geo E Fair
child, Alexander & Baldwin, W G Irwlr.
& Co, Manufacturing Harness Co, I)r J S
B Pratt, Benson Smith & Co, Claus
Spreckels & Co, Wall Nichols & Co. City
Furn Store, Iwakaml & Co, G Schu
mann, A Pevser, W W Ulmont cVCo,
Porter Furn Co. Metropolitan Meat Co
AlcChesney St Sons. M Chlya. S hussle
nros. 10m rong. ree wo i-nan. oiir
Chong, Wing Chong Lung, Rosenberg
Schunmer, Dr H Blcknell, G M Overend,
Haw Elec Co, Lewers & iwooke, L B Kcr"
& Co, H C Sayres, J Hlrose, L Schweitz
er, W Zollinger, The Stuperlch Mf'g Co,
Kobt Catton, Hart & Co. S Ozakl. Mur
phy Grant & Co, Macfarlane & Co,
Oceanic Gas andElecCc, HonoluluTo
bacco Co, J Stelnfr, D Lawrence, T Hoff
man & Co, M Phillips Si Co, Wing
Mou Chan Si Co, Wing Hlng Lung,
Lewis & Oi. Hon Iron Works, Father II
Valentine, Kekaha Sugar Co. H A Tins,
Cashman & Nalson, J E Durja, Haw
Supply Co, M Mclnemy, II Hackfeld &
Co, Hyman Bros, Hon Brewing and Mat
ing Co, K'ahuku Plsntn Co, F'l R Water
house, A R Hancock, M lirasch &. Co, Dr
S Kobayoshl, Pacific Hardwae Gi. Rev
Father Albert. NE Wilson. E A P New
combe, Whitney A Marsh Co. Save Gu
sen Shorten. W G Ashley, Hawn Car
riage Mfg Co, Hiwn Automobile Co, J
Lando, Peacock A Co, Con Soda Water
wonts 1-0, rcan i-iiv rruu -u, uinoi
Feed Co, R C Geer. Geo Andrews, A ,
1 ! x'S
a m lit
WK ft tint! a Un cm iturhcn: it ttati tw
Htttliont; fd etntl cm vtli, 40 tlntt Ive tcltkl
cnJ 00 unit om manic. Ihi n th tcttbtii cJv4f
Hunt cut ofltttJ tht ptcplc c Honolulu.
iiaNTEP-PAMTFFM WITH litro.co
"v titabllih.J ra Intr hi1n... of $ c mi
tile nu to ap- hlrt Interest In a, me. AiJresa
"ROCK' llilietln 'life-.
POLITIC NS tnr Reliable lle'p. AUtlnson, Macoon
DuUllna;, .Merchant t
CTFMH.RAPHER WITH SPAKE TME Dt'RIVG
O business hour, desires to atteni !' artothe
firm's cor epnJme atfis per nunth AJlre'ssK.
II., Bulletin office !'U"i'
NOTICE TO Dt'llriERWrne Union Eipreaa Co
hi. WHITE SAND TOR SALS I, Mil
TED Two rooms for (lent htjte.WfrVrte,
AdJre's 'WkhmaV Rultetln Office. ftfii
WANT i: I) In learn the leve'rv fcmlnes. M
Wt Ff sier. Hotel St. iyft-m
UANTED-RELIAIILE MAN TO REPRESENT
an establlsheJ house on salary oood position
lotrlsht tiny. Address P. O. Dox 8?. Portland.
Oregon. 17& -01
A JEWELER WANTED, steady wnU and eod
rt wee to therlBhtman. Gei. HifTner, Manu
fniturinir Jeweler, Hotel strtet, opfolte tllte let
Cre m Parlors.
WANTED Two good camp nltir at once. Arplv
W at mis office. ' i9Mt
ilANTED Yo me man In a wholesale house.
vy native prelrrcd. Address "A" this office 8-iw
WANTED Your pluwh.ne to do, ty a practical
p'urr Nr All work ftuaranted, J. N. Shsler
ti Quern St. near Alakes, hjt tm
ANTED Second-hand Withlrt of McNeal 8c
Urban safe. ddresP. O lto4i6. iw
N EXPERT tlDOK' KEEPER would like a set of
" hcks to keep evenings. Address "Hook" keeper"
IW ANTED A compeent salesiran whh krowledge
vv of dry roods. Good lary to tight party.
AJjress, siaiirc rrierences, "A u (." tnis omce.
ANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler of i
years experience, u. uini, 417 nuuanu at
YOU NU MAN. stenocrntfr ni trref!ter, af
1mii it 4 4aa "A M " n,iltatln Cmrt
Tllfc OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n tht shell only Try his
famous nam ana etc Ttanuwirnes ana i.onet. -or
Nuuanu and Hits streets WM, LUCAS. Proprietor,
LD PAPERS TO fcXCH sNGE for clean Cot-
Ton wigi ftrvPiy ' uune'in unci ngir
"URNISriED trnnt room So.oomonth. No other
roomers ji. vtnesarJSI nearn.a u. 1.501
FOR WFNTr-One larjre room, rteasantly toraleJ.
also housekeeping rooms. AiJress G" this
TO LET-Furnlstiel room, ail lleralanla St., op
posite Cintral Un on church. 1.5 -iw
FOR RENT Fi-lnlsheJ room, t.li Nuuanu street
abose VineyarJ. nsr-iw
TO lET-Cottac.on Klnau St. between Pllkol anj
Keaumnku, t ro'ms. IncluJinjr kitchen ani bath
room, fotmeriy occupleJ by A. T HriKk, Rent $40
per month. Apply to C. R. Collins, Klrg street, leir
3ART OF OFFICE TOR RF.NT, TURNISHED
tiu.lness centr. ATKINSON. MsOOON litn.
COR Rt-NT FurnlsheJ room with or l bout boari
I In private family Apply iqS Derail la St. j.-tl
OR RENT A ro'tava ..,. corner k.ljhin
anJ Co.n sfeetl. Aptly Ho Fon. Ulshop Dank.
DKOPERTYAT WAIALIH TOR LEASE-Four
tots at Wtlalua, lus opposite Walalua Hotel, oo
aioi, arc off.r.i lur lease a'ntlv or aaa hle. Tor
rirt'c liars apply to Mis. E. Kekaanlau Prat, tell
:OR UFNT 1 rooms lor Hcht h'iuse-keplnc. J
pel month. At Insane Asylum Roai. F. Sirauch.
70R RT.NT Several new 6 room cottages at Insane
Asylum roai lift per mon.ti. Fanny Sirauch
rO LET S.lton House, will furnlshei rooms with
biari. Young St , near Pllkol. m6.imo
TO RENT rurnishel room, Garien L-na. Enquire
ol Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. g (jarlrn
FOR RENT Purnlshti room wlth'n l blocks ol city
centre In private lamliy. Aiiress "O.K." Iljl
letln Olc. , ;t6 -vl
FOR'lr Fairlly htrsa ani surra, Horu';uii
arisate urrey In ti.t-ta.sronilt rn. A.'
rsi'Ok'. Bulletin Office. irfo-it
SALE H'iroom Set ani k'l rhrn Tabl. al-
mostnrw. .j. Apply this otnee. " S fi ' tii
phMliLMX I'ROPEKTV FOR SAI.H
X Location tli rest. In Nuuaiu Vlle., corner of
Juii ani Lltlha streets he C Suhr premls.. con
slating of about four arras of laii coerei with beau
tiful lan, trees an a flints A o.plerJlire lience;
two tot asts; com tela barn a-i servants' quarter.,
all li first diss coniitlnn nr furtrwr par'lcultrs
vL' i.,UJv'?.li-s 1 kus r & irvtsr
TIC,I I LU.,LIM. telephone, ,a.
4. 9 I ort
IOIISE fa LOT. rlht In town, only $i. I II.
s""ii iv niur hi
HOUSE & LOT. Wilcox tract, new heme, lot 6ox
an rnlvt.nrj. . .. It li II. . ...
-. .. "'J ).vv . ,,,,. l,(lil1IMnt,n
FOR SALE OR LEASE-A dwelling housr. tot
lag. ani lot, eentrallv loca'.J, within Uvr blocks
of the p-.st ntfiit ; lot tixi ) suitable ftr Doctors or
Dentists oltua ani iweUlor;, for n business I oca-
tloi. Rent Siu per month. Apply to GEAR. LAN
(SALE Choice Trult Trees from riniM. mn.
Apples. Japanese Persimmons, Mulberries. V tc, of
LlnJs irown by ItorlJa growera ani most ikelv to
listing or i-eacnes. reara. IMums, Apricots
imit in mis climate, aj Jress Uyron O, Clatk, man
ager Clark Farm. Wablawa. Paiu. i,i6.w
PR SALE-Fl9rli. Reach Tree, ani Cocoa We4
ieliana. Apply S v. JORDAN.
r.i-'t ,e Fnr St.
oa YEAR LEASE Chinatown, rental only S a
' month I' H flurnette. )q King St.
HOUSE AND TWO lOTS-Kalu7anl Tract, only
Ji.aoo. P. II. Burnetle, )Klng Sf
FOR -SALE-One eaih all-, ani 6 horsepower
MIE1I & WEISS KEROSENE OIL EVGINES, (new)
Inquire 1 1 J. Emmeluth. 141 King Si. i?i-t
F? say,i7c,W '"l""1 mllc" cow' PP'y '
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 family mare, harness ani an
oren burev. Addiv to
soft Merchant St
"THE bit scent cigar In town la th. "COLONEL"
I tobahaiatineMynls Clrar Store neat toOr
vh.um. All klnis of Manila clgara a specialty
COR SALE Stoo. Futnltur. of, i-roomei cottage
1 near tows, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE& CO..
w6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE $4000. Leasehold on Qui.n s'reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works, a. sears to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, k CO..
ac6 Merchant street
Newhouse, Tone On Kee, Wing Wo Tal
A Co. Tong Kee, Kwong Lee Yuen,
Kwong Sing Loy, s S Sachs Dry Goods
Co. B O Hall A Son, Kate E Cooper, Mrs
E E Ithodes, Hawaiian Tobacco Co, Wild
er S S Co, Whitman A Co, Hon Photo
Supply Co, Theo Davles A Co. Gon
salves it Co, Holllsler Drug Co, CInsS
Deskv. Hjw Hardware Co, Bergsirom
Music Co, Hobron Drug Co, C Brcner A
Co, Ltd, Gear Lansing A Co, Oahu Rv
and Land Co. Pacific Supply Co, B S
Gregory & Co, Jis L Buchanan, Geo
nreenzwelg A Co, W Matoshlge, Americ
an Bicycle Co. Lee Sheppard, Hind Itolph
A Co, Jno McLaln, H F Wlchmin,.lss
F.'..feilce ?'& PHGivIn, A Harrison
Mill Co, T G Thrum, C T Rodgers. Chee
Yip. Honolulu Market Co, Pac Import Co,
McHrvde Sugir Co. H Raibe, Tal Hlng,
Sing Chong A Co. Sing Lung A Co, Yee
Chan, Sing Wo A Co.
a 1 .
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
hiU for TEN DOLLARS. '
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I'DMllelffe, I rlrlng fnll Information iiiHlll,liiiiiieli
titelyonreilptai,..iHiiiiiaii.lli,.iulrl. t nllormtlrf.
MAralTIC TIUSS CO, o5on.a,iiimi, SinlUNCISCl
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FIRST TO ARRIVE !
The "ZEALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
E. O. HALL
i Hall Building, Corner
Jas. F. Morgan
-05 Queen Street
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pcnsacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontJge of loo feet on
Pensacola street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 26b on dividing line.
' DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors. 2 large bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horsrs, carriage house, seivants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planteJ anj com
nun J .1 good view.
'lEhMS and further Information at my
office; O5 Queen street.
Jas. F. Morgan.
n 58.00 DICTIONARYfor$i.Of
The New Werner Edition of
Webster's Dictionary. .
Newly and magnificently Illustrated. Weoffci
roti tho lwt Dletlonary ever p.ut on the market t
I low jirkc. Tills nutr cJlilon contain! man)
I'tM-lal r.'atnrci aurhoi dictionary of EvDOnymi
irl Antonvms, lexicon of torclgnpliraiti, Sic
lontry 01 atsrevlatloc, colored platts, etc.,
:tc. Kemcmbtr this Is not t&e cheap 000K but a
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