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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, FED. 27 1901;
To Cure a
AT ALL OfiUGGlSTS, PRICE 10 AND 2&t rut
nwuj rvuw imu nHT A3 int lUf,
aniipjnnc.niorpnmc,quininc, opium or
my urauocnc waters..
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
, Delicate Al:iterinl8,
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawaluhao St.
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
and Spreckles Line
20th Century Vehicles!
Our buyer, who left here in December, purchased
for us the latest novelties in Vehicles, Harness, Robes.
Whips, and Lamps, to
The Runabouts, Surreys
finished and are supplied with
- JBgE fnf
GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL ANY TI.WE.
We make and repair harness. We carry a full line of all
parts pertaining to vehicles, springs, axles, wheels,
carriage hardware, horse shoes, Iron, etc.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.,
Day Block, Bcretania St.,
VOLUNTEERS ARE RETUKMNU,
Now York, Feb. 18. A cable to the
Sun from Manila says: Tlio 30th Vol
unteer -Infantry, Colonel Gardener
commanding, sailed for San Francisco
jcaterday. Whon this regiment arriv
ed hero from the United States there
were forty-eight olflcora nnd 1230 men.
Of this number twenty-six officers nnd
761 men sailed for home on tlio trans
port. Twenty officers nnd sixty-eight
men remain jier'e. The regiment had
ten killed, and thirty-seven are absent
ou sick leave. The balance were dis
charged or died of wounds or Illness.
CARNEGIE TO BUILD SHIPS.
'' New York, Feb. 18. The Press says:
Another fat Andrew Carnegie's dreams
, Is nonrlng realization. That Is tlio es
tablishment hero of tho greatest shlp-
t oulldlng yards In tho world right nlong-
' side the largest Iron nnd steel plant
ever projected. Statcn island la tho
place named for these. Industries, nnd
somo recent purchases of several him
udred acres of shore land are said to
(have beerinuule with the object final-
be found in the United
They have Just arriv
ed and the exhibit is one
worthy of your attention
-they comprise the best
to be found in a market
that is noted for Its su
perior style, design and
and Buggta ate superbly
the latest inventions : Rub
ber Tires, Ball Bearing
Axles, and Quick Shift-,
ing Shaft Couplers.
We keep In stock full
line of Surries, Pha
tons, Buggies, Cabrio
lets, Landaus, Victorias
Carts, Traps, Sulkies,
Honolulu, T. H.
Miss Haskins who leaves b.
the " Sierra," begs to announce
to her friends and patrons, tha
her returns to the Islands will
depend upon her mother':
condition on whose account
bhe is golne to the Coast
If possible she will return at
an early date to resume her
work in the photographic field.
She takes this occasion to
thank all who have shown such
kindly appreciation of her. ef
forts while here, and hopes In
event of her return to merit a
continuance of same. '
Should fitiv of her nntrnns
req jire duplicates from any of
negatives, Mr. Melvin who has
clurtre of the Photo deoart-
ment of King Bros. Gallery,
will attend to them.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
frlday. .... .
A It jo1
I'll 11 Muon on the 4tti at 9:34 p. m.
Tides from the United Slates Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tlio tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Tlmo is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tlio meridian of 1ST 30., The
tlmo whlatlo blows at 1:30 p. ra., which
is the samo as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musters of vessels sailing from tb!a
port for San Francisco will find tlicro
n branch of the U. S. ltydrographlc
Ollko located In the Merchants' Ex
rliangc, where Is maintained for their
iK lie fit free of charge, complete set?
of charts ?nd directions of the world
Latest Information can bo obtained re-
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navlgatln:i
and all matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilureau, Punalioit, February
27. Temperature Morning minimum,
CI; Midday maximum, TS.
Ilaromcter at 9 n. m. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. OS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb'
rtiary 27. Wenther hazy; wind light
Wednesday. Feb. 27,
Gcr stmr Eva. Petttson. u davs from
San Francisco for Yokohama. (Put In for
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, from
Schr Blanche and Ella, Walkul, from
Schr Fannie Adele, Dudolt, from Etcele
Tuesday. Feb. 26.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports
Stmr tehua, Hemutt, for Molokal ports
Stmr Kauai, Uruhn, for Kauai ports.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Noeau, , for Kauai ports,
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Ger stmr Eva. Peterson, for the Orient.
u b a 1 bnenaan, fierce, lor .Manna.
OSS Zealandla. for Hllo via San Fran
Cisco at 8 a m.
c-. M-. ..ill. ..in . ....... iw r- U..11
Feb 27-Ur Oerbv ana wife. J W Hall. J
M Coulson, Mrs Ellison and child. Father
Emmerson, Mrs Capt Thompson, A 11
Curtis, Miss Almeida, P Oeltow, J A
Jager, Ueo U Mralemeyer, Mrs i- J Llnd'
The America Maru Is expected from the
Suea- Is piling up on Kauil. The Hall
repo-ts 45,758 bags ut the different planta
tions. The Noeau sails at 4 o'clock this after
noon taklne frelcht for Anahola. Kealia
The Hall from Kauai this mornlnc
brought 5531 bags Mdlryde sugar for the
Beddlncr and straws thrown over from
the Zealandla littered the waters 0! the
harbor this morning.
The Zealandla leaves for Hllo In the
morning at 8 o'clock. She will get a full
load ot sugar at the rainy city for San
Tlie Fannie Adele arrived this morning
with 300 bags of sugr from Eleele. It
was too rouuh to load more and the vessel
left Saturday afternoon. Un the wav to
Kauai a leak In one of the scupper pipes
Kent tne crew pumping lor several Hours.
When the Fannie arrived at Elee e he
had three feet of water In her hold. Re
pairs were temporarily made at Eleele.
The Wilder's Mate
Convicted of Assault
John Benson, first mate of the barken
tlne S G. Wilder, was this morning con
v.cted by a jury In Judge Humphteys
c .urt of assault and battery on police otfi
Benson It will be remembered was ar
rested In January, for striking the officer
In the head with a beer bottle and serious
ly Injuring him. At the trial vesterdav
anl today four witnesses swore pos tlvcly
that Benson was the man who committed
tne act. Benson was the only witness for
The jury In finding Benson guilty recom
mended him to the mercy of the court.
DEADLY OVERLAND WRECK
Wlnntmucca (Nev.), February 17. Six
persons were killed and six seriously In
jured by the wrecking at 5:20 o'clock this
morning, at a point twenty-s-ven mile
wot here, of the San Francisco east bound
limited, which plunged at full sptea Into
a wash out In a deep till by a cloudburst.
Mr. and Airs. Adolph Blsslnger and
Clinton K. Coulter of San Francisco, Fire
man U. L. Whlttaker of Wadsworth,
Nev.. and two tramps were killed outright 1
and Miss Elsie Blsslnger and Postal Clerk
James C. Cavln of San Francisco. Postal
Clerk Chules A. Schuyler of Oakland.
Engineer George Abbey of Wlnnemucca,
Nev., and Conductor H. G. Markle and
Brakeman J. J. Reeve of Ogden, Utah,
were seriously Injured.
WAR AGAINST CHINA.
Tlen-Tsln, February 15. It Is leported
heie that seven nations todav declared was
London, February 15. The Tlep-Tsln
dispatch regarding the definition of war
against China by seven nations Is not
confirmed from any other source.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
OAHU COLLEGE CONCERT,
A concert under tho dlreolon of
Prof. F. A. Ur.''?tcyus will be given In
l'aunhl hall nt Oahu Collego on the
evening of March 1. The students of the
department of music In the chorus
class will take part, Tho following pro
grnm has been nrranged:
Piano Duet Sonata In D Mozart
Miss C. Marshall and Mr. Mallnseyus.
Plnno Sailor's Song Mcrkel
Miss Ethel Spauldlng.
Violin Duet Zwnnger
Misses Hall nnd Drown.
Vocal Duct Sweet Zephyr ...Mozart
Misses Hull nml Lyman.
Chorus Gypsy Life. ...... Schumann
Piano Fed Follct .'. Kuhe
Miss Evelyn Nichols.
Violin Petite Hecrlo Hermann
Miss rimcnro Hale.
Vocal "I Ask Thee Not"
Miss Sarah Lyman.
Piano Duet Rltterstueck ..Votkmonn
Miss E. Nichols, nnd Mr. Uallnseyus.
Chorus The Lnwn Party ....Lccoqur
Violin Glguo Hohm
Mr. Joseph Decker.
Piano Vnlie llrlllante Merkel
Miss Gertrude Drown.
Vocal Silently Mending Mozart
Miss Florence Hill.
Piano In tho Woods Heller
Miss Sarah Lyman.
Chorus Heaven nnd tho Earth
Solo parts by Misses Cameron and
Hill. Miss Gertrude Drown, accom
panies!. 1 1 i
Alnkcc Inland Concert.
The hand will piny the following se
lections at a concert on Mnkce Island
this evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Osslan Gads
Polonaise In Bridal Array ..Merzdorf
Remlnlscensts of Ilalfe Godfrey
Songs (by request)
(a) Kc Aloha Inlkl Mai (b) Na
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) He Ir.oa no Walplo (d) Nan!
Hall! Vn 1 kn Lchim.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
, Part II. .
Medley The Crackerjaelc .... Mnckle
Serenade Lovo In Idleness ..Macbeth
Fantasia In Switzerland Hump
Waltz Love's Old Sweet Songs..
The Star Spangled Banner.
After llnrd Trip.
Quccnstoun, Feb, ID. The Ilrltlsh
steamer Lord Kelvin from New Or
lenns. lias put Into Queenstown and re
ports having had a fearful voyage.
Sho experienced terrific easterly gales
for fifteen days and her coal supply
became exhausted, nnd sho was forced
to burn portions of her cargo for sev
Opposition to SiiCni. Trust
Philadelphia, Febnnrv 15 AJolph Se
gal, who h.isasrclated with him seve-al
wr.ilthv cpltallH. will build upon the
De'iware river '' nt one of the largest
sugar refine-le In the Unite 1 States. hlch
will be operated independently of th
Atnnlc.in Suear Refml g Company Sev
eral minions 01 aoi ars win, it issau,
expended upon the plant.
" Name on Every Piece."
VOR SALE BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
Hawaiian Opera House
First Appearance in Honolulu
Supported by Alctizui Co., un
der direction of BELASCO
Tuesday March 5,
Thursday, March 7,
Saturday Mat., March 9,
Saturday Night, March 9,
Sale begins MONDAY, FEB. 25th,
at WALL, N(CHOLS CO.
tMCif. in tbtt (ohm tettt tt inttttiJ 4
fcaw '$$ ttnti if 1 w nttrtioi a? ttnit tv
tnttthont; to etntt tm unit, 40 ttntt two uttki
nd 60 ttntt out month. 1 kit tttbt tbtabtit tvtt
hung tvtr offtrtd tbt peofh Herctt.'m.
TRADESMAN'S PROTECTIVE ASS'N. Sll
IrnpioifTiffK Oureiu, pttronlitd by the 1tJlnff
firirs o( (h Territory ani best petition oMainaMe
ti Magouti till ,C ner of Vfhant anl AUkea
TL'NFL) AND REPAIRED All ktnJt
mui'cal lntrumnfi tuned acJ rr1rei i
vpkt etp fnnct Lea-e ofdr at trt Klnjr 'fti,
I'ncoln ll'oik, tr Hawilltn Ntt Co JAS SIIER
IPAN, i'Ho lujitB; m
ilANTED-PAUTflK WITH liceooo IN A
v ttaMlihd flPK tuslntat. of Sjmice ullltn-
lt ru to o-cthirJ lrlert in sme, Ai'ress
"po k1 Rullffn imt..
CTCNOORAPHER Ultll SPRb TIME DURING
O tuincV hou destret t9 attrnl ti afuthf
firm't ct pnJn.t dt$ fei'mtnth AJiresa K,
II t Hutlttm iffice .- 'ii'
OTICE TO Hl'liriFHS-Thf Union Exp'"' Co
nti VMIIIB SAriU fJH -li: tun'
ROOMS JrtlrtJ In rrlvitc liirlly, by voun man.
riooJcliirdClcr;nohalill (iririn tumllvrrt
trr'J AJlrex IICKMAN.
l.(-tw P. O. Ilni 6
AOENTLEW 'N rrlvJK nunc Jcslrel pmlllon.
Aldrtii "J II.' ihl mnc. m.-iw
MNTfl) noolkeicr thoroughly comptltnl if
' Irep "Itlon Utftly r:crcn:ts. Aiire
WANTrD A coi'.it ot ri'm. t bath, lum'uh
pi or nnfii nUlieJ. rJcnablt rem UJrtsl
hixO.N 'hNt.Dict. t'l- w
ANtEt) riv Atm-nprt bo antl alonce.
Am.ican ftirsngr tn'ic ittimi
f ANTED rlRht American bov to run man Ji
vv irake- III p.-ll jtrnvrally uieJul Wtgttit
eflc aprly at thla i.TfiC
WANTFU-Drlv t r Lljht Waeon. ELECT
lUPKlVMFNT niPEM., MAUOUN OLD.. Ktlt
CHAM AMI ALtKDA
ANTCD-To O00J Cookl,
UMNTrD-rnu! Holr. white.
" i'iovtirnLBEu, 11
M AOQON HLtl.
WANTED-Your plumbing to Jo, b apracllcal
p'umh'r P work Ruaranleel. J. K. Shifer
mQjg.nSI n.arAlakga. mvim
WANTfD-WATCIIESto repair by ieweler oil!
year experience. G. DIL-TZ, 4tTNuuanu5t
YOUNt MAN, itenoeraplier ani trrewrlter, at
once. AJlre"A NV' lljIletlnOmce.
THr OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oyt-ri ttrvel n the shell only Try htl
famout Han ani t-KK San.1wlchei anl Coffee Cor
Huuanu and Hue' aneeti. W.M, LUCAS, Proprietor.
LD PAPERS TO EXCH sNGE for clean Cot
ton Kage nrpival iiuneiin wince- uro-n
FURNISHED front room Sio.oo mrnth. No other
room-re i VlnearJSt near Nuv n Ji.iw
premlu of the late Jame Camtbell Is to
let. For t-rms npplyfo Mra. Atble K Camrbell on
the premises or to .rc!l Bron and J. O. Catter.
FOR RENT Nice collate, corner Pensacola and
I unalllo streets. Arply to EM.MET AtAY Judd
PR RENT Lare frmt room In private family,
newly furnished 160 School itrevt between fort
and Emma. itt tf
FOR RENT A tine suite of offices In the Cummins
block on Kaahumar.u St pply to Druce Cart
wrlght. MinliantSt. iTT-t(
TO LET-Two newly built cottages off Lllllu St.,
lust above school, apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE, tc CO.,
TO 'ET-New conenlent r om cottaee. hea'thv
s locatt-n Insane Aslum Road $15 per monlhJ
ranny straucn. iroo-ew
TO RENT rwo new'y furnls'ied rooms with board,
prlvav tamltv. Apply Cuntia placr, bit Vln
varj and River ts iT6esw
PR KLNT-l'umKhed room wltn n 1 blocks of city
centre In private family. Address "O.K." Rut
letln OBIce. 176 -l
DKOPbRTY AT WAIALUA TOR LEASE-Two
1 lots at W latua, jjst opposite U ala'.ua Hotel, 100
utot, are offer d for lease s'ncly or as a wh-le. For
pirtlculers apply to Mis. E. Kekaanlau Pratl. lctl
Punihro.l St. iTSs-im
F3R SALE faty rll'nsriurrcy, fin'-c'dts conJI
tnn. Can tf ei at Hawaiian Cartlap .o ,
Quern St., nrpisl'e JJIcIary UnlUIn- J. J, Hclxr.
P, O Hox i. .tT-it
COUNC lor tooXMo, Manua Vallfv, beautiful
Urw, on nui.i roti. Ajfl) P. H. Burm'lt,
Mng re i.
AHaRO?N In a cheap rpm, rleNt In tow n. only
5 8 t P. M Iturnctfe, tt K'ln? St
I OTS, cvep, ttv ternt, Kapln'anl Park anJ Ka-
P""'u. i 'i nurnyt'tf, it King m.
irv YUAI LKASE. rnlth tret. I it fxtot. rental
-XJ $a. per tront . Affh P M (lurrt'. t k'n (
r Choke W'na, lljuor. He, by, tie cator
tttitft J. K Mrkbur itCO-iw
FR SALE Family rortt an4 :7y. Horse sound
ard ff. Surrey In rlft-U. conJIt rn. Ai
ilriss"G K." Dullettn Otflcc. it6o-U
FOR SAI.n-nidroom et an4 Kl'chvn Table, al
mol new, f Apply this ntfice, "SO" M-tf
rfn cai r a hd rrrtsa,,n n tt.. u.m iu ...i
RESIDtCNCC PKOPERTY FOR SALfi
i fKailm the test, In Nuuanu Valley, corner of
jtuj ana i.uina frecis i n c rtunr premises, con
sifc-'ng of about touarresof lani coverei will) beau
ttful la n irmsaniilanu. A o atptanJIJreiMence:
tw tcot aifi.: c m let tarn ani MTvuntV nuartrn.
ail I tir' clfonJtHon for further tanlcuUra
.fPl TiillrtWAHrtlN HUM & INVtMi
MENT CO.. LTD. Telerhune. .8i. toabmi
COR SALU OR LEASE-A dwell lnC house, cot
laze ani Int. -entra!lv lucaeJ. lthfn fia blocks
nflli'p stsiffla; lot Txiiji sultabl lor Doctors or
irwiM. inranJi dwelling, ur ror a pusiness irca'
tloi Rent $.. per iromh. Arply to GUAR, LAN
NG & CO, nsi-tt
SALt $w), Futnlture of -roomei cottaira
ner wwi, w un priviiej;) or renting coiiage.
UlLUAm 9AVIUUC LU
wi Merchant St.
COR SALU-Oie ea'h a4 nl 6 horsepower
' MILT' & WEISS ktUOSTNE Oil ENGINES, (new)
Inquire "( J, Emmiluth. m King St. it(i-'(
THE bttccn cigar In town It the
to be hH at the Myrtle Clear Sto
be liH at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or-
All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty,
OST A dlamtri shirt stuj,
- rtturn t $ Hawaiian Hotel.
Liberal rewarj for
OST Abn.hfeeys Return to J DC, Ha'
- waltan News Co , ani melve suitable rewarJ.
Will be received at the office of the Sup
erlntendant of Public Works till 12 o'clock
noon of Friday, Ma'ch 1st, for pumblng
and sewer connection at the Police Station,
Plans and specifications at the office of
Asst Siut. of Public Works.
The Sunt, of Public Works does not
b'nJ himself to accept the lowest or any
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Supt. Public Works.
Februjry 25th, icjok i775-st
Notice to Corporations.
The attr ntlo of officers of corporations
Is called tn Section 2024 -of tht Civil Laws
of 1897, rclat ng to the Annual, Returns of
corporations, and also to the. .notice pub
lished from this office under dale of De
cember 5, toco, requiring that exhibits be
filed on or bef re January 31, 1901, and all
corporations -Ou have not compiled with
said notification are requested to give the
matter Immediate attention, and file the
Annual Mate" e 1 r'qulied at tills office.
THEO. F. LANDING,
'I r suier Territory of Hawaii.
February 23, 1901. I774-U
Artist McCutchcon, of Chicago, la
Black and Galvanized
Pipe and Fittings.
Common and Lunkenhelmer
Globe, Angle, Gate and
...Full Line of Ground Key Goods...
CALL FOR PRICES.
E. O: HALL & SON,
Jas. F. Morgan
AUCTION EBR AND
-OS Queen Street
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the leslJent of MRS. M. W. HEN
DRY, Pen.icola street, two doors below
Lunalllo 5treet,l, will sell at Public Auc
tion household furniture, comprising.
Paintings, wicker chair and tables, man
tel clock, chandeliers and lamps, beach
walnuts marble top sideboard, silver and
and crscki'ry, dlnlnc table and chairs, I
Prima Vera and Kou beJroom set, ash
bedroom set, I large cheffonlere, cedar
linen closet, t tine walnut wardrobe with
mirror, hair and spring mattresses, I Fis
cher steel safe, I modern Jewel stove and
water boiler, palms and ferms.
Jos. F, Morgan,
1 offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of too feet on
Pensacola street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious veranda, double par
lors, 2 large bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 hors;s, carriage house, set vants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand a good view.
TERMS and further Information at my
office, 65 Queen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
Connultlng and Surorintendlng
KJoctro-rJyilraulic Power Tmnnmlmlcn
BKPOKT8 AND ESTIMATES
FHKNISHKD. . . ,
With Cstton-Nell Co., Quoon itroet.
Offlcu next to Prxaioe. 1221
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllr.ds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KliWALO,
Tel. White taai. P. O. Box 5S2.
, M. Ah. 8.0. C. . .
800 Judd Block. Tole. 685.
Honolulu IronWorkB Cr
Improved and modern aUQAR HA
CHINEIIY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrlgaUoi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOD WORK, and repuln
executed at tbortrit nntlc.
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
th. only dally Japants. paper published -
In III. Territory ot Hawaii
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
1ST Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O, Box C07.
THIS PAPER IJ.WwT.S'V.'J:
tlilnc tency,4 ai4 6j. Merchants Eliane, San
rranclsco, California, tthere contracts for advertising
can be made tor it.
Fine Job Printing at th) Bulletin
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shsd, Carp, Rock CoJ, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geess
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etcf
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
DUTTER, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatt es, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OVSTERS-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 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
PIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE IT WILL PAY YOU TO
t"'1 BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O Bpx 535,
S. W. LEDEREP,