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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, MARCH, 25, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
Fka (teamen of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA Mar 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
pmrtd to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco ,to all points In the United States, and from New
Fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
, FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Tojo Kisen Kaisbc
........ IllaawS l ttt tkOTt CCBPISM Will Mil it HOBolgtO nt iMTt tktl OM OS M ! It
....I.tt. MOW WMIIOM4 I,.
For Japan and China:
P.klnz March )o
Gitllc April 6
China . ,
For raaacal lalamatloa tflyJt.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
CanadiaD - Australian Royal iul Steamship Cipanj.
aarf.tua.ia at tka aaava Una. ranalnr la conaactloa with ti CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
aataaa Vaacomrar. B. C. aaa Syimr. N. S. W.. aaScalllacat Victoria. B.C. Hoaolalaaal Btlataa.
a Dl'E AT
uunubuhu koa or aaoai ioa
Par Rrltbaaa aaS
VICTORIA, B. C.
, My 11
, ...Junt I
4arTkroai(i Ickttt Inu.a Iron Honolulu to CaaaSa, Ualttd SUIaa ut Baroaa. For htltkt aal
raaaaga aao ai atrai inioraauoa apply 10
Thco. H.Davlc8frCo.,Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail early In April
5.S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall ,..-.
S.S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall., '....
Freight received at company's wharf. 41 Street, South Brooklln.at all times.
For.further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO-, LTD.,
a MB l ggS55 J 1 mi. a .
Lines of' Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAjLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
V FROM PORTLAND.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok
ing and' Library Cars, with Berber
anop ana neasani neaaing nooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers;
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
u. W. Ml 1 wtiuui.'., uenerai Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
147a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. It. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1R19.
ai. 9u. Dallr Dall.
A.M. VM. P.M.
IMS t !U iia
V, C. Smith, Gen'l Turn. A Tloket
O. P. t
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS. ,
bdoeral Manage ot
Tk Hquitable Life Auatuce Socio
O' U DnlUd btatcs for lbs Us ails
Off toil Me-ohant suset, Ilo
r .T -"-J"!-.
and leave this port M hereunder:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA ' Men. 2?
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA Mar 8
SONOMA May 11
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
China 1, April t
Nippon Maru, April 19
saiaa aaiow araiao Tit I
FROM SYDNBY AND BRISBANI
For Victoria ait Vaaconar (B. C.)i
AoMiifl.,.. April 10
Mrttna May S
Mlowtrt Jwu c
Aorangl .July s
Motna July ),
M'twtra Aug uit .3
Beer and Wine Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc,
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Merscberg.
IKFOBTHBS, AMD WUOLBBALB
Wino u Liunor Dealers
Aftat. lor tba Bottl.l Ralalar Baar of saanlt
No, 19 Ntjdasu Strut
Faalar Block. Horsluiv, HAVniAN laURDa.
P. O. Bonit. Mutual TalatSoaa iol.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu,
Gonsalves & Co..
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu, H. 1
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
Oh Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a.fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, ana a spaciousand airy
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and wally Davis.
If tou call once, you' will call
again. 1 77A-tf
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; It's golni;
fast, but there's more com-
ing every nv nth.
L. 11. DEE. Prop,
in Manoa is Sold
The sale of lots at College Hills off
tlio Manoa road Saturday nftcrnoon at
traded a large number of the monled
people of the city. The sate took place
right on the ground, Jas. P. Morgan
being tho nuctloncerfor the ngents,
Messrs. McClellan, Pond & Co. and Cnt.
tlo & Lnnsdalc. The afternoon was a
beautiful one, making It possible for
the prospective buyers to see the many
advantages of College Hills.
The highest round hill, north of the
boulevard, wns bought by Senator If.
P. nalJwtn. In this piece is contained
about an acre and a half of land. Oth
er buyers' on the high slope of "Ilocky
Hill" were Mrs. W. II. Castle, Jonathan
Shaw, 0. II. McClellan, V. Wolters and
C. F. Peterson. Other Urge purchasers
were J. B. Athcrton, J. P. Cooke, Oeo.
F. Kenton, P. C. Jones. A. C. Loveklln,
and W. II. Castle Jr.
Helow will he found a complete list
of tho sales:
Block 1, Miss M. I. Zelglcr, lot 7,
1, Mrs. W. R. Castle, lot 8,
1, Mrs. W. R. castle, lot 9,
Illock 2, Athcrton, J. a, lot 1, $1800.
Block 2, Athcrton, J. II., lot 2, $1050.
Illock 2, IlutTnndcau, Mrs. E., lot 3,
Illock 2. Ronton, Ceo. P., lot 6, $1800.
Illock 2, Ilcnton, Oeo. P., lot 7, $1400.
Illock 3, EmorBon, Ilev. O. P., lot 15,
J I GOO.
Illock 3, Emerson, Itov. O. P., tot 1C,
Illock 6, Peterson, Chas., lot 9, $625.
Block 7, Wolters, W, lot 1. $1850.
Dlock 7, Wolters. W lot 2, $1600.
Illock. 7, Cummlngs, S. II,, lot C,
Shaw, Jonathan, lot 7,
Shaw, Jonathan, lot 8
McClellan, O. B., lot 9
Peterson, C. P., lot 10
Dlock 9, Lovekln, A. C, lot 1, $1500.
Illock 9, I.ovekln, A. C, lot 2, $1S00.
Dlock 9, Thompson, J. A., lot 3,
Illock 9, bcardmoro, B. P., lot 4,
Illock 9, Schcrmerhorn, C. P., lot 5,
Dlock 9, Lovekln, A. C, lot 19, $1600,
Block 9, Cooko, J. P., lot 20, $2600.
Illock 9, Cooke, J. P., lot 21, $2600.
Illock 9, Cooke, J. P., lot 22, $2600.
Dlock 9, Cooko, J. P.. lot 23, $2800.
Block 10, Chamberlain, W. W., lot
Block 12, Peterson, C. P., lot 1,
Athcrton, J. B.,
Athcrton, J. B,
Dlock 12. Jones. P. C lot 4, $1000.
Block 12, Peterson, C. P., lot 8,
Athcrton, J. B., lot 2
Dlock 15, Athcrtqn', J. D lot 3,
Block 15, Ilcnton, Geo.
Block 19, McClellan, O.
Block 20, Castlo, Jr., W.
Block 20, Castle, Jr., W.
P., lot 4,
B lot 2
B., lot 3,
It., lot 8,
TIID INDIANA IA8 MUMPS.
Tho transport Indiana arrived from
San Prnnclsco on Saturday with about
900 soldiers and nn epidemic of mea
sles. On this account she was quaran
tined and her men wcro not nllowcd the
usual freedom accorded tho men of
the transports cnlllut; here.
Sunday morning, however, nil tho
troops aboard were marched out King
street for exercise. They carried no
arms nnd walked'on tho Btdownlk.
It Is expected that the Indiana will
leave for Guam and Manila this after
noon. Emma Square MuhIc.
The land will play tlio following se
lections at a concert in EmmnSquaro
this evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock
Ovcrturo Cnllf of Ilagdad....DoIcldIeu
Cornet Solo Old Hoiks at Home..
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Grand Selection Robert lo Diablo
(a) Slnco Wo Said Good-byo (b)
Her Namo Is Hose.
Miss J. Kqlllna.
(c) Ilcllovo Me, Love, (d) Maggie
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection In Sunny Tennessee....
Marsh Tho Union Eaglo (now).,
Waltz Tho Sailors (new)' Crqwo
Cakuwalk Smoky MokeB .. Holiman
The Star Spangled Banner.
Arrived March 18 Am. schr. Allen
A., V. Iverson master, ICO tons, from
Eureka, 21 days with cargo or lumber.
Departed March 20 Am. schr. Hel
en N. Kimball, for Kaliiilui In ballast
to tuko on sugar ot liana, Maul. Mar.
2t-Ain. bk. Annie Johnson. A. N. Nel
son mastor, for San Francisco with
enrgo of sugar nnd four passengers.
March 20 Ilrlg Cuii.'icio, Pago, for
Snn Francisco, with ISO tons sugar:
vnluo f 35,51 3.83. '
The Olga Is loading sugar for San
Tho brig Galileo arrived at Honnlpii
,fiom Honolulu on tho 21st Inst.
Instruments filed for record March 23, 1001.
First Party Second Party Class
EMayetal E M W lloldworth CM
K Tomishlma II Hacklield Si Co
Ltd AffJt Tore
Instruments filed for record Mar. 25, 1001
First Party Second Party Class
Awal Lo Hu et al D
J K Wilson & wf W II Sdilpman D
Geo Mao Mrs A Alu D
S H Kaltlhrana Sirs Cowan D
DPW.-i.ihHa " " D
HAKekuawela E G Kekuauela D
K Hanupa M J Batista D
H k'olchi G Robello D
C Uent J Machado D
Kepaa K Mia D
Wahlaetal " " I)
R Mia et al Rev J E Keklpl D
K.inelakama Chung Apau I.
Wong See ttal II a'aubnl Holt CM
N Richard et al L. Notley M
S H Kuacalahalaha A G Romas D
Paahao Joe M Ferelra I.
JPahui LPanluhl L
RECORDED MARCH 8, 1001.
I) Naukana to S I Shaw, D, July 8, 'o8j
Int. In R P 898, kul 8805, Hanauewa,
Wainlua, Oahu. 16;. Hook 117, page 413.
rCilmu to Aho. L. Dec 28, toooy H P
9'g.kul 4ij8, Walakaonaona, W.li.e.
Maui, lovrs from Jan 1,1901, at5p.
Hook 218, page 128.
RECORDED MARCH 19, 1901.
J G Henrique, to J Carles. I., July l
1000; 5 acres land Walpunaula & Klloa,
b Kona, Hawaii. 20 yrs from Aug 1, 1900,
nt to. Book 218, page 137.
RECORDED MARCH 20, 1901.
Kona Sugar Co Ltd to Ah Pat, Agree
ment, Aug t, 1899; pay corns. & cancel
cane pNntlng agreement, Kailua, N Ko
na.ll.wall. Boole 212, page 47.
Kameekua to Hawaii LanJ Co Ltd, M,
Msr 2, 1901; R P 7420, kul 4182, Kapua
lei. Molokal, fi2j, 2 yrs at 12 percent.
Book 221, page 1 5
S C Allen to PK Raymond, Rel.Mar 19
1901 i por R Ps 9, 10, 1909, AUkea, Union
& Beretanla Streets, Honolulu, Oahu.
97000. hook IB7, page 411.
Estate of M King to J F Brown, Rel, M,
Dec 11. 1000: leasehold & cattle. LudcIiu
Se Pohaktiplll, Molokal. 1 2000, Ins. Ipolicy
2100. Book 121, page 481.
P Lemke to T K Clark, L, Feb 1, 1001;
piece land Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu.
n yrs. 6 months, 14 days at 50 per an
Book 219, P3Ke 207.
P Isenberg and wife to O Isenberg, D,
Mar 11. iooi i grant 291 & por of grant 292
King Street, Honolulu, Oahu. 1 16,000.
Book 218, page 4S0.
M Polabola and wife to M Keokl, D,
Aug t, 1000; 4 acres land Kaapjhu, Hama
kua, Hawaii. 5 100. Hook 217, page 412.
W Q Achl and wife to M T Rodrlgues,
l). Mar 19, 1901; lots 4 iV 5. D ock 1 1, Na
lulanl Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. 54o
1 rso.tr in K M jvticatuey, a 1., r-eo 10.
1901; por apana 2, R P 1712, kul 8)8,
Emma Street, Honolulu, Oahu. J 500.
hook 212, page 472,
M Sitva et al to 1 Noar, Consent. Feb 19
1901; to A L, apana 2, R P 3G12, kul 8)8,
bmmu Stteet, Honolulu, Oahu. Hook
212, page 472.
RECORDED MARCH 21, 1901.
Y Nagano et als to G HaashlJa, P A,
Mar 7. 1001; Special Powers. Book 212,
Hayashlda Co to.Laupahoehoe Sugar Co
CM Mar 7, toot; cane planting agree
ment. Walpunalel, N Hilo, Hawaii.
515S5.85, at 7 per cent. Bonk 221, page
J A Magoon Tr to Union Mill Co, A M,
Mar 20, 1901; Mtg Kalmana on RP 2770,
Honomakau, N Kohala, Hawaii. 575.
Book 182, page 3C6.
L Kulhelanl and wife to Maawe, (k) D
June 30, 1864; kul 5762, Walkele, Ewai
Oahu. J70. Book 217, page 430.
II M Hurnett and husband to W F
Allen Tr, M, Mar 20, iooi; let 14. block I)
of grant 3400, Ku aokahua, Honolulu.
Oahu. f 2500. Book 220, page 75.
LLMcCandless to II M Burnett, Rel,
Mar 19, 1 oi; lot 14 block B of grant 3400,
Kulaokaliui, Honolulu, O.iliu. f 1. Book
217, page 420.
P Kahiklna and wife to City Mill Co
Liu, ivi, siar i, 19311 apana 1,3,4, i I'
I28j, kul 5762; por R P 819, kul 200:
Waikrle, hwa.Oaliu. f?oo, 3 yrs at 9
per cent, book 221, page 12H.
P Muhlendorf Tr et al to H M Hurnett,
D, Mar 1, 1901; lot 14, block H of grant
3400, Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Uanu
1 1750. Book 217, page 420.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.
The twentieth century, which beftan
Tuesday, January I, 1001, will havo
twenty-four leap yean, tho greatest
number possible. February will have
five Sundays thrco times 1820, 1981
and 1970. The earliest possible date on
which Easter can occur Is March 12.
Tho last tlmo It orcurcd on thnt date
was 1818. Tho latest date that Easter
can occur Is April 25. It will occur
but no tlmo In the coming century on
thnt date 1843. Tho mlddlo day of tho
century will bo January 1, 1931. Thero
ttlll be 380 ccllpbcs during the coming
rentury. In 1933 there will bo seven
eclipses. There will bo eight solar
eclipses vlsllilo In tho United States
1918, 1923, 115, 1951. 1979, 19S1 nnd
1991. There will ho twelvo transits of
Mercury. Thero will bo no transit of
Venus until 2001.'
M. L. SEA.
Pearl lilvcr llnr.
Commodore Archlo Young and his
fine launch Watcrwltch with a party of
friends nnd contractor Henry of tho
firm of Clark & Henry who wcro
awarded tho contract for dredging thu
Pearl river bar. Mr. Henry desired to
mako n preliminary examination und
survey of tho work that Is to bo dona
nnd took soundings from tho launch.
It was found that the water on tho
bar Is from twelvo to eighteen feet.
Tho site of the old salt works on tho
DowBett property was bolected for tho
location of oinces and quarters for tho
workmen to bo employed.
Mr. Henry loaves In the Mariposa
foi S.111 Francisco to cjmplcto arrange
ments for sending down workmen und
machinery with which tho dredging
will bo begun In about thirty days.
Q. H. llcrroy's
olllco, 33 Campbell
Washington, I). C, March 9. Tho
fnllurc to secure appointment of a land
commission to visit tho Territory for
tho purposo of examining tho land
slutatlou and reporting to Congress a
practical system of land legislation
will. It Is feared, delay for some tlmo
tho Inauguration of such n system, tor
Congress will not venturo upon new
land legislation for the Territory With
out more dctlnltf Information upon the
subject than It now possesses.
It has been suggested that tn the In
terim beforo the assembling of Con
gress In December next that citizens of
the Territory desirous of securing
equitable land laws prepare a compre
hensive measure for presentation early
In the session nnd that representatives
from the Territory como here to aid In
securing Its adoption. Tho sama sug
gestion has been ninilo tn rcferenco to
other desired legislation. Congress
stnnds ready to extend aid to tho new
representative capable of representing
Territory nnd If tho Territory had n
proper legislative measures In tntslll
glbtc form tlicro would be little diffi
culty In securing their adoption.
The pressure of business of the short
session of Congress has of courso ham
pered nnd restricted legislation for Ha
waii, but when the kindly disposition of
Congress towards Ilnwnll is taken Into
consideration, It mut bo confessed that
the results have not been nhat they
At the next session of Congress, If
tho proper methods aro pursued, a ca
ble, public buildings, harbor improve
ments, revenuo cutter, land legislation
tnd countless other beneficial measures
for Hawaii tnay be secured. Dut if ac
complished It will be through somo oth
er agency than Dclegato Wilcox, who,
while possibly anxious to secure legis
lation for the Territory, lias not thn ca
pacity to accomplish results.
J. A. DBKCKONS.
Shanghai, Mnrch lC.-The North Chi
nn Gazette publishes ci Interview with
Rdwln II. Conger, th United States
Minister nt Peking. In which ho Is
quoted ns saying:
"I will not venturo to say how far
Russia Is prepared to go. Tho Manchu
rlan treaty Is still unconcluded, but If
It Is rntincd It would icrtalnly nffect
tho peace negotiations.
"Only the Oermnns and French nro
now engaging In punitive expeditions.
The Germans nro operating on the bor
ders of Sliansl and tho French around
Pao-ttng-fu. I bcllcvo It Is Impossible
for the Kmpcror to return to Peking
until tho allies withdraw and tho Chi
nese ofllclnls are restored to power "
TO CUHE A UOLfJ IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cur;. E. W. a rove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmission between the
places mentioned below :
Ku Laau, Molokal
' Maunalei, l.anai; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 1 ; letters,
minimum charge $2, until further notice.
When telephone ccnnectlons are avail
able mefsiges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations oiner man tr.ose mennonea aoove.
In othtr cases special messengers may
The cost of special delivery Is not In
cluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known it must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon. Block.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
fine-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
July 1st. at the office of the undersigned,
411 Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
Xctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co,
Honolulu, June iuiooo. ijpo
THE OCEANIC S. S. CO'S S. S.
"ZUALANDIA" will be due at Honolulu on
the 21st of March, and will take fieleht
and cabin passengers as customary, leaving
lor 3311 rrancisco on or aoom me 27m
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD ,
Oceanic S. S. Co
Honolulu, March 1;, 1001. i7S9-td
Notice to Intending Passengers.
TheS.S. "MARIPOSA" Will leave this
port for San Francisco on Wednesday, the
27th Inst., at 3 p. m.
The S. S. "ZIALANDIA" will also leave
for the port of San Francisco gn ThursJay
the 28th Inst., at 12 o'clock noon. The
latter vessel has been refitted and will take
W. G. IRWIN .1c CO., LTD
o6-4t General Agents, Oceanic S. S Co.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
At the Annual Meeting of the McBryJe
Sugar Company, Limited, held at to a.m,
on the 22nd of March In the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce, the following
officers ana directors were appointed to
serve for the ensuing year, viz :
President Mr. D. P.-R. Isenberg
Vice-President Mr. II. F. Dillingham
Treasurer -Mr. F. M. Swaniy
Secretary Mr. G. F. Davles
Auditor Mr. T. R. Kevworth
f Mr. A. M. McBryde
Mr. Albert Wilcox
Directors Mr. R. W. T. Purvis
Mr. J. M. Lydgate
Mr. W.D. McBryde
GEORGE F. DAV1ES,
orr3t Secretary, McBryde Sugar Co Ltd
v Administratrix's Notice
Not let Uhmby elwnby thunJefileni tJmlnl
tritrlt of ihe ut nf tht lit (orre Minion. d
Cf J to ill credl or having clilmi icilnil tr tall
ettate, to rrwrit the iim dulr authenticated anl
wim proper vouchers, even If the cltlm It leoirel by
mor'cairt of otherwise, al the office of J. M, DavtJ
ton, tj., too Mtrchant street, Honolulu, Oaha,
within lx month from date, or they will be forcycr
LILY JOSEPHINE MANSON.
A Jmlnlttratrlx of the ettate of Oof e Man ton, de
ceased. Dated Honolulu, March 15, 1901.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been July appointed Ex
ecutor and Executrix respectively of the estate C
Jamet A. Hopper, deceased, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
notice It hrrcbv ffln to all creditor to present thli
claim, afalnst laid Janm A. Hopper, du'y authen
ticated lih proper vouchers, If any exUt, even if the
Claim is stcurea ry monpape uron real esiaie, 11 me
undersigned, at their office on 1 ort street HonotuM.
Oahu. within six months from the da'e M the Art
publication Dtreof. or they will re forever barreJ.
Honolulu. Oahu. I ebruary tst. A D., toot,
.WILLIAM U HOPPER,
I E. VVLLLS PETERSON, and
Executors and Executrix of the estate of James A
foper Jtria.fd i;t,jtt
The Young Bros.
, Are prepared to Take parties
to the Warship In Their
Speedy Gasoline Launches
The Boat Landing to make
Special Rates to H.M.S. Warspite
Lying off the Harbor.
Saturday and Sunday
The Launches will make
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
GO CENTS EACH
On sale at ofhee ot . . .
THE . . .
When You Waqt a Iig
,.RINO TJP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
(18 FORT STBEKT.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 310 and 7V
O. 11 RKLUNA
THE UNION EXPRESS.
Drays for Freight '
Our representative meets all Incoming
iteamers from the Coast 'id we cheat
baggage on all Outgoing steamers.
Wbite and Black Sand For Salf
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Klnr
street. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEM, H'f'r.
Art Embroidery Tuught.
Vessons In ART EMBROIDERY wtn
o gtten by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tht
City Furniture Store, Fort iimt.
i Tlrst Class stamping dons,