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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., FIUDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1901.
Keeping up tho nppcaranco of the lawn, before tlie ROYAL LAWN
MOWER arrived was one of man's most arduous tasks. Iho light running
and perfect cutting of this wonderful machine makes It now a pleasant
uty. Although the ROYAL doesn't cut much Ice. It's a wonder on grass.
Perfect tunning, ball bearing throughout and easily adjusted.
First cost a little aboro some mowers, but saves money and good dlspo
iltlons In the long run. Oil cans and other nccesBorles furnished with
each machine without extra charge.
Besides the ROYAL we have many other makes of mowers, ranging In
prices from $5.00 to $18.00, and have a stock to suit everybody In price and
Grass catchers adjusted to any machine. Call and see them.
E. O. Hall & Son,
CORNER KING AND
ALAKEA STREETS H
PAY DS A CALL.
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF
Safe Work of all kinds. Typewriter,
Phonographs, Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 731. p.o. Box IIS.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
FOR A NEEDLE
iii 111 A
HAY : STACK
to try to find a stock of WALL
PAPER, LINOLEUMS, WIN
DOW SHADES, ETC., to equal
We have Just received a now
stock of paper, among which Is
one that looks bo much like In
grain that you could hardly tell
them apart. We will sell this at
less than half io price of In
grain, and it you want a good
looking wall paper cheap this Is
a fine chance.
, WALL - PAPER
. BerctanbSt.,ne.tto cor, of Emma..
Arunirr runicrii vc nrT
InUlLh LnKlSlMAS UlH
V1IU1VL. WliniJIIllrtJ Ull 1
Is always a perplexing problem that
alfects both the nurse and tho neenu
ty In taxing measure. "Something
suitable for a centleman somethlnc
not too expensive but that doesn't
Iook chean." If the present Is useful.
too, It adds much to the value of the
gift and the remembrance of tho elver.
This for either bcx Is a question that
puzzles most of ub at this season.
why Not a toilet set
USEFUL, DURABLE, TA8TEFUL,
and as wo sell them
: NOT EXPENSIVE.:
Wo have them In all varieties. Dain
ty BRUSHES for ladles' fingers and
lengthy locks; MILITARY BRUSHES
for tho sterner sex; HANI) MIRRORS,
luilispensauio to mo gentler sex;
COMBS, the oldest and perhaps most
necessary of all toilet articles.
IN UHONOID. with or without ster
ling silver Initial plates and mount
ings, all valuaule. langlng In prlco
From $1.50 the Set.
IN "COSMEON," tho new material,
oxidized or bright, engraved In taste
ful designs. Tho brushes and comba
aro light, unbreakable and the metal
will never tarnish, They aro easily
cleaned, another desideratum In those
KINO. AND FORT.
Daintiest and prettiest tee cream
parlors on the Island, and conducted
In first-class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Etc.
Electric fans generously distribut
ed make the place cool and comfort
able, and tho now beautiful furniture
gives It a tone of splendor.
and Machine Co.
Hawaiian Opera House
MR, JAMES NEILL
AND THE NEILL COHPANY.
Direct from twenty weeks of unparal
leled trlumps In San Francisco.
Nov. 26 Niobe.
The Greatest Laugh-Producing Play of
the N'elll Season.
Nov. 28 The District Attorney.
Grand Special Holiday Comedy-Drama.
Nov. 27 A Social Highwayman.
Nov. 30 A Bachelor's Romance,
lly Special Request.
LAVISH SCENIC MOUNTINGS.
Children under seven years' .of, age
not admitted. v -,..",. V
Scats now on sale at Wall, Nichols
Nov. 28 Curtain will not rise be
fore 9 o'clock.
All other performances begin at
Note Friday, November 29, the
scenery and stago settings will be put
In place In full view of the audience.
FIGHTING THE DEAL
St. Paul, Nov. Id. A special to tho
Pioneer Press Irom Winona, Mlun.,
Governor Van Sant came down fiom
St. Paul tills afternoon. When nsked
regarding the Incorporation of the
Northom Secuiltles Company In New
Morsi1)', he made the following state
ment: I "The great railway deal In New
lv.orl' lmvlns tor "" olJect the uniting
f two Srcat competing and .parallel
,ncgth0 NortlK.rn ,,ac,0 am, 0rimt
Northern Is a matter of great public
interest, more is justly a widespread
opposition to It In our State. I do not
know If It can bo prevented, but It Is
my Intention to ask Attorney General
Douglass upon his return to bring suit
It) tho name of tho State to prevent, It
possiuio, tho consolidation of the Great
Northern nnd Northern Pacific Rail
roads. It Is clearly In open violation
of tho plain Intent and purpose of tho
"If, under existing laws, the consol
idation cannot bo prevented, I feel that
I would bo Justified In calllug an extra
session of the Legislature to take the
necessary steps to reBUt It, If t could
be accomplished by this means. Be
lieving It to bo my plain duty, I shall
leave no stone unturned to prevent
this contemplated consolidation. O'
Ing to the great Interest of our Statu
and peoplo at stake. -. should and will
ho ft light to a finish.. If the will of
the peoplo of Minnesota can be tram
pled upon In this mannor. the sooner
this fact is ascertained and understood
How will It bo lr there wo find no
Thcro In the Golden Henvcn U we find
No memoiles of tho old Earth left be
hind. No visions of familiar forms nnd
Reminders of old voices and old
Yet could wo hear It If It Bhciuld re
mind? Edwin Markham.
SHIPPING ' INTELLIGENCE
Weather llureau, Punahou, Novem
ber 29. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 65; Midday maximum, 79.
llarometer at 9 a, ra. 29.9u. Irregular.
Dew Point 68F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 88 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vember 29. Weather cloudy; wind
Thursday, Nov. 28.
Str. Walaleatc, Flltz, , from Kauai
Str. Kaiulanl, Dower, from Hawaii
Hchr. Malolo, from Island port.
Friday, Nov. 2.
O. S. S. Alameda, Harrlman, G days
10 hours from San Francisco.
Thursday, Nov. 28.
V. S. S. Solace, Wlnstow, for Manila,
S. H. Alameda, Herrlmnn, from San
S. S. China, Scabury, from San
Str.Mauno Loa, Slmcrson, for Maul,
Kona nnd Kau ports, at 5 p. m.
& VERY HAPPY CROWD
To say that the Bulletin newsboys
hnd a good time yesterday is putting
It cry mildly. They had a howling
timo and the eighty youngsters who
tilled tliu two 'busses to overflowing
yesterday have voted the Ilullctln an
The boys were nt tho Ilullctln office
Img before the time announced and
when those In charge of their celebra
tion got around nt 10 o'clock. It waB
all they could do to get Into tho front
door. The noyg wanteu tneir goou
time and wanted It quickly, program
or no program.
Finally, n few seconds were found
when tho boys were reasonably quiet
and then their picture was taken.
At 11 o'clock sharp We 'busses start
cd out to Walklkl with the air simply
receding pcrore them by blasts or tin
horns In the puffed-out mouths of the
boys. From Waiklkl the boys camo
hark to town, stuffed down a lot of
stuffed turkey nnd soda water and
then announced their readiness tn
continue the nolso-maklng trip about
the town. It'ls sufficient to say that
the trip was made. Tho people of tho
cltr will tell anyone' that.
At the football game, the boys made
the umpire and referee say things
they are not in the habit of saying.
Nobody could touch them. They wcro
perched high and they had all kinds
of feathers In their caps.
When tho football game was over,
the boys came hack to tho Ilullctln
office and disbanded amidst tlTC blare
of tin horns. ,
MOANA HOTEL DINNER.
There was a big time out at the
Aloana Hotel last evening. Tho din
ing room was beautifully disrated
with flowers and all manner of palms
and ferns. In front of the music stand,
above the sideboard, were American
and Hawaiian flags Intertwined, and
from this place went forth tho sweet
strains of Hawaiian music. '
In ono of tho makal corners was a
special tablo set for a party of Navy
officers. Above this was an American
Hag. Members of the party were as
follows: Admiral Robley Evans, Ad
miral Glass, Cqptaln 'l nomas, Cup
tain Cooper. Captain Harrington.-and
Captain J. F. Merry, commandant of
the Naval Station.
Tho menu card was a untqucdcslgn
printed In gilt letters on a dark
ground. In the left-hand upper corner
of somo of the cards was a photograph
of tho hotel, and on others a couple ot
SKIPPERS SHOOT TURKBY8.
The shooting party of the captains
In port at Wnlanae yesterday was a
great success. Many goats were
slaughtered and about twenty-five fine
turkeys were captured. The hunters
did not return to town In time to eat
the game which they took and today
turkey Is a glut on the water front.
Captain Curtis of the W. H. Marston
has ten on the Ice and he was looking '
ror people to give them away to. Cap
tain Kellcy of the Mohican after kill
ing more goats than any other of tho
party captured a kid alive and brought
it to town with him. Ho has It aboard
the vessel now and claims that he will
always have fresh butter aboard as
long as the goat remains.
W. II. McLnln, P. 8. Peachy and
C. V. Keenan will leave for Sun
Frnnclstci tomorrow In tho bark Mo
hican. Captain Kolley, tho genial
skipper of tho vessel, Is preparing for
a ery enjoyable trip to the Coast..
Intending steerage pfssengcrs by
me a. a. .niamciia. leaving Honolulu
for San Francisco on Decomb'er 4th.
are nereuy notified that they must ar.
range for transportation not later than
5 u. m. Monday. December 2d. The
company will not guarantee to Issue
tickets after the above date.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
A special meeting will bo held In
St. Antonio Hall on Sunday, December
iBt. at it) a. m. visiting brethren cor
dlally Invited. T. A. SiMPSON,
The Stock-books of the" Ochu Sugar
Company, Limited, will be closed to
transfer? from November 28th to De
cember 1st, Inclusive.
II. A. IBHNBEItG,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
IN YOUR ABSENCE
Your property requires the skilled at
tention of a responsible business agent.
execute business trust with care, In
telligence and fidelity.
Our office system Insures a complete
and satisfactory record of all business
Our 8TOCK and REAL E8TATE
BROKERAGE Departments aro con
ducted with energy and discretion.
All FIRE INSURANCE work Is
carefully attended to.
All Inquiries will receive prompt
and courteous attention.
TEL. MAIN 313.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Ou Want Ads.
Your Want Ada.
To 8upply Youp Wonts.
P. S. So docs the BULLETIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 0
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
HOI AND COLD BATHS at tho Silent
uaruer Shop. Everything strictly
up to date; new and clean. JuBt
whnt you'ro looking for. 1991-lm
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Machine Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bougnt, sold, rented or exchanged
NOTICE TO BUILDER8 The Union
Express Co. has WHITE HAND FOR
WANTED A position by young lady
accustomed to offico work; refer
ences given. Address J. I.., this office,
Jeff's, King St
WANTED A native boy fifteen year
or older with some knowledge of the
clothing business. Hub Clothing
House, Hotel St. 2004-lw
WANTED A few good Insurance so
licitors; men who can produce somo
good buslnesc, can find steady em
ployment with a liberal contract, by
calling on or addressing, Tho Sec
retary, Oriental Life Insurance Co.,
Ltd., Stangenwald bldg., Honolulu.
WANTED Position as stationary or
pump engineer. J. II. 2003-lw
WANTED An experienced woman to
da light house-work and tako cars
or Infant. Call at 924 Lunalllo St
WANTED Stenographer; young man
with eight years' experience wants
position. "D.," Ilullctln office.
WANTED Whlto servant for general
housework. Apply 1148 Wilder Ave.,
near Pllkol. 1998-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St?
nowiy lurmsnea rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fori
Street, from $1.60 to $2.60 per
FOR SALE Cheap; one mule, two
double, jrays and one C-horsepower.
gasoline englno In good order. AjS
ply to A. Huirlson Mill Co., Kewulo.
FOR 3ALE Five lots on Manoa road,
near cars. Thrco lots aiijolnlng res
Idenco of II. S. Townsciul, Esq.; two
lots In lino with residence ot A, W.
Meyer, Esq. These lots aro 100x200
feet, commanding fine view over
looking College Hill tract and pro
tected from winds of Manoa. For
furtlw 1'irt'' liars apply to Charles
I'lilPlpr. Mel chant St. 2003-lm
FOR 04. -.L A gcntlo driving horse,
sultclilo for a lady to'drlvo; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. Wright.
FOR SALE A first-class lodging
house, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgage AddreBS K, this olllco.
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens and
Eggs (guaranteed). Samples of
birds at California Feed Co.'s, where
customers may obtain information.
B. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1996-tf
FOR SALE Carriage and Baddlc
horse's. Apply at 307 Stangenwald
t-OR SALE Fine family horso, buggy
and harness. For prlco and partic
ulars see Chas. Ilellina, Club biables.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R, M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
8TEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula." as she now lies In the har
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat, lo
porfect working order, and has been
of lata used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
It Is the desire of every housokoeper to have her closet shelves piled
high with snowy linens. Ireland and Germany have sent us their best for
this Thanksgiving time.
Beautiful floral effects In damasks that portray popples, Ivy sprigs,
shamrocks,. fleur-de-lis, etc., aro to bo found In thn pure llax goods. And
In tho cheaper grades some closo Iml tatlons are here that arc just as
Tho general linen market Is advancing, yet our prices are as low as
they have ever been and In the worthy grades lower than for several years
NAPKIN8 AND FRINGED
75o to $7.50 doz.
1 row $1.00
2 rows $3.50
LINEN 68 to 72 In.
50c to $1.75 yard.
Our store will be open Saturday
FOR 8ALE Cheap; 700 foundation
stones. Inquire R. K., Ilullctln.
FOUR LOTS, Hobron St., Kapahulu,
Walklkl; $300 each, half cash; bal
ance $10 month, each lot Jeff's,
43 King St. 198G-lm
TO LET New five-room cottage ou
Matlock Ave. Apply to Q. II. Ber
ry, next door. 200D-tf
ChEAPEST furnished room in town,
$8. S3 Vineyard fat, below Nuuanu,
TO LET Six room house. P. W. C,
$15; near School and Nuuanu; 6
room house, $10.50, King St.. I'n
lama. I. E. It. Strauch, 38 Camp
bell blk., 316 Fort bt. 2004-2W
TO LET Two stores on Union St., op
posite tho Pacific Club. Apply to
McDonald & l.angton, contractors,
1188 Union St., opposite Adams lane.
TO LET A furnished house of nino
rooms, cor. Artesian and Bingham
Sts. Address P. O. box 383.
TO LET Two front rooms. No. 0
Garden lane. 1880 tf
TO LET A large, sunny tront room
in a private ramlly; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. O. C P: O. box 672.
FOR RENT A new bouse on Arte-
Blan St. of six rooms with all mod
ern improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
TO LET Five houses, central Ioca
tlon; 1, 8 rooms, $30; 1, 6 rooms,
$25; 1, 5 rooms, 5-year lease, $12.60;
2 together. 14 rooms, $33; furniture
for sale, $760 cash. Apply to J. W.
Lake, Sowing Machlno Exchange,
1288 Fort St. 1996-tf
TO LET Suit ot onlces in Progress
block, Inquire of Bruce Waring &
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St.,
modern improvements. Apply to
A. O. Cunba, 2d bouso abovo Mor
mon Church. . 1991-lm
FOR RENT A largo hall In the Wav
crley block, sultablo for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 197C
8TOLEN A Sterling bicycle, No. 971,
with cyclometer (glass broken),
from Stangenwald bldg. Return to
Bulletin and get reward. 200C-tf
STRAYED Threo red and white hom
ing pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Reward given, If returned to Prlnco
FOUND Whlto gib boat near bell
buoy. Call at Bulletin 'office. Kaha
kalula, Kakaako. 2004-lw
FOUND A purso containing'!! sum of
money. For particulars call at the
police station. 1980-tf
The Wooden Horse.
Torture on a grand scale went out
with Felton, the assassin of Bucking
ham, but torture on a small scalo con
tinued to be practiced on military of
fenders down to the eighteenth cen
tury. Tho form most frequently re
sorted to was that known as the wood
en horse, to ride which was the pun
ishment accorded for petty thefts, In
subordination and so on. The wood
en horso was made of planks nailed to
gether so as to form a sharp ridge or
angle about eight or nlno feet long,
nils ridge represented tho back of a
horso and was supported by four posts
or legs about five feet high placed on
a stand made movatTle by truckles. To
complete tho resemblance to the no
blest animal In crentlan head and tail
When a soldier was sentenced, either
by court mnrtial or by his commanding
officer, to ride the horse, he was plac
ed on flic brute's back, with his hands
tied behind him, and frequently enough
In order to increaso the pain, muskets
were fastened to his legs to weigh
them down, or, as was Jocularly said,
to prevent the fiery, untamed, bare
backed steed from kicking blm off,
Get your periodicals bound at the
EVENINO BULLETIN'S Bindery.
30c, 35c, 50c yard,
to $325 doz.
to $6.00 doz.
DAMASK TABLE CLOTH8,
2 yards long $120 to $2 each.
2 yards long, $1.40 to $2.40
3 yards long $1.45 to $2.90
ovenlngs from now until after the
NOTICE TO INCORPORATED COM.
Honolulu. Nov. 22, 1901.
The attention of every corporation
or Incorporated company organized
under the laws of Foreign Countries
and carrying on business In this Ter
mor j, Is called to the following Sec
tions ot Act 15 of the Session Laws of
Section 1. Every corporation or In
corporated company formed and or
ganized under the laws of any foreign
State, which may be desirous of carry
ing on business In this Territory and
to take, hold and comey real estate
therein, shall file In the office of the
1. A certified copy of tnc charter or
act of Incorporation or such corpora'
tlon or company.
2. The names of the officers thereof.
3. Tho name of some person upon
whom legal notices and process from
tne courts of this Territory may bo
4. A certified copy of the by-laws of
sucn corporation or company.
Section 2. Eery such coiporatlou
or company on complying with the
provisions of Section 1 of this Act and
paying to tho Treasurer a fee of Flftv
Dollars, shall, subject to the provisions
of Section 6 thereof, havo tho same
powers and privileges and subject to
tne same disabilities as are by law
conferred on corporations constituted
under the laws of this Territory and
shall, for tho purposes for which they
shall be constituted, havo full power
to hold, take and convey by way of
sale, mortgage or otherwise, real, per
sonal and mixed estate In this Terri
tory. Provided always that tho pur
poses for which such corporation or
company shall bo constituted shall not
he repugnant to or In conflict with any
law of this Territory. Provided, fur
ther, that nothing "herein contained
shall bo construed to give any such
corporation or company any of the
special powers conferred by law upon
rauruaa or oanxing corporations con
stituted under the laws of this Terri
Section 3. Every such corporation
or company carrying on business In
the Hawaiian islands, shall on the
first day ot July of each year, file with
the Treasurer, a statement of. nil mat
ters which are or may bo required by
law tD be filed by Hawaiian corpora
tions. Section 4. Tho said Treasurer shall
have power at any t!mo cither bv him
self or by one or morn comnlsaicnerx
nppotnted by him, to call for tho pro
duction of the books and papers of
any foreign corporation -iolru bust
ness In tho Hawaiian iBlniuK and to
examine Its officers, mcmbm'rt nnd
others touching Its offal-?, under oath,
and the said Treasurer may, In his dis
cretion, lay before tho Governor and
also publish the said annual reporttt
and statement of such examtiint'on.
Section 6. In rase any Btich forp.r
n'.'on sha!l refuse or fVI to present
h. ch annual nxhlb! o Its affairs to
Hie TreoBitrft, or to I'lodurii It-.' Inol.s
nnd papers upon the request of the
Treasurer, or of tho commissioner or
commissioners appointed by blm, nnd
In case any of the officers or members
of such corporations shall refuse to
ho examined on oath touching the af
fairs ot the name, the Treasurer or
commissioner or commissioners may
apply to a Court of Chancery for an
order to compel the production ot
sjich books nnd papers, or the exami
nation of such officers and members
thereof, and tho Court may enforco
obedience to which order as in the
case of Its ordinary decrees and or
ders; and such corporation shall bo
denied tho benefit of the laws of tho
Territory, particularly tho statute lim
iting the time for the commencement
of civil actions, and shall not bo en
titled to sue In any Court of tho .Ter
ritory for any causa ot action what
ever, while such neglect or refusal
continues. WM. II. WRiailT,
Treasurer of tho Territory of Hawaii.
2004 Nov. 2G. 27. 29.
Geronlmo, tho "Human Tiger," ot
the Indian congress at Buffalo, greatly
resembles Napoleon Bonaparte, Close
observers must admit that ho has Na
poleon's face, his eyes, and abovo all
his hand, tor 'palmists declare that the
lines are Identical, Another rcscm
bianco between these two great fight-
tcrs Is that Napoleon nnd Geronlmo
both show great talent far designing.
It seems, according to somo accounts,
that the "little Empeior" amused him
self In his leisure hours designing pat
terns for boadwork nnd embroidery
which Josephine ami her ladles In
watting carried out. Tho Indian chief,
Geronlmo, .designs all the magnificent
bcadwork made by tho squaws und
princesses ot the .Indlun congress, aud
bis latest achievement In this line Is
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom. C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
A number of GOOD HORSES and
a DOUBLE SET OF HARNES8.
JAS. K MORGAN.
On Monday, December 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the premises. 43 8. Vineyard street,
half way between Fort und Nuuanu
itlreets. I will sell at Public Auction
tho entire household furhlturo consist
Hall rack, hall carpet, hall chairs,
Oak folding beds with mirrors,
Handsome oak bureaus,
Waihttands, chairs, rockers.
Iron bedsteads, moss mattresses,
Handsome mahogany finished chif
foniers, Bureaus and washstands,
Oak writing desk,
Oak center tables.
Handsome rugs, box couch,
Writing desk, nets, lace curtains,
Portieres, feather pillows, toilet set
Meat safe, patent kitchen table,
Stepladder, hose, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan.
Oi Tuesday, Decenker 3r4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom. 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Three Billiard and Pool Tables,
. .Together with the balls, cues and
Alia a Lara Llhrarv tt uim fuu.
hundred volumes, many of which are
by standard authors.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, CG Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Four NEW 8AFE8, assorted sizes
and In good order. Also
One Second-hand i.m.L'8 SAFE, In
J AS. F. MORGAN,
: OF :
On Tuesday, Deceiber 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, CD Queon street, 1
will sell ut Public Auction a largo as
sert men t ot household furniture, con
Beds, Bureaus, Washstands,
Commodes, Wardrobs, Ice Boxes,
New Rugs, assorted sizes,
Pictures, frames, Mirrors,
Toys of all kinds, suitable for Christmas-purposes.
- JAS F. MORGAN.
Nice Cottage on Emma Square,
Rent $37.50 per month.
Possession given December 1st.
JAS. F. MORGAN.