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Keeping up th'o nppearanco of the lawn, before the ROYAL LAWN
MOWER arrived was one of man's most arduous tasks. Iho light running
and perfect cutting of this wonderful machlno makes it now a pleasant
duty. 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 dispo
sitions In the long run. Oil cans and other accessories 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 hae a stock to milt everybody in prlco and
Grass catchers adjusted to any machine. Call and see them.
E. O. Hall & Son,
CORNER KING AND
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 721. P. O. Box IIS.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
" "rjtfl - CS-V
FOR A NEEDLE
: : : IN A : : :
HAY : STACK
to try to And a stock of WALL
PAPER, LINOLEUM8, WIN
DOW 8HADE8, ETC., to equal
We havo just received a new
stock of paper, among which is
one that looks so much like in
grain that you could hardly tell
them apart. Wo will sell this at
less than half .jo price of in
grain, and if you want a good
looking wall paper cheap this Is
a fine chance.
WALL - PAPER
Berctanla St., next to cor. of Emma
A CHOICE CHRISTMAS GIFT
Is always a perple'xlng problem that
affects both the purse and tho Ingenui
ty In taxing measure. "Something
suitable for a gentleman something
not too expensive but that doesn't
look cheap.". If the present Is useful,
too. It adds much to tho value, of tho
gilt and tlio remombrance of tbo giver.
This for either sex Is a question that
puzzles most of us at this season.
WHY NOT A TOILET SET
U8EFUL, DURABLE, TA8TEFUL,
and as we sell thorn
: NOT EXP EN 81 VE,:
We havo thorn In all varieties. Dain
ty WIUHHES for ladles' fingers and
lengthy locks; MIMTAHY IIIIUSIIES
Mr the Btcrner sex; itAisu Miniums,
Indispensable to tho gentler sex;
C.OMUS, the oldeBt and perhaps most
necessary or an lonei amucs
IN EHONOID, with or without ster
ling silver Initial plates and mount'
Ings, all vaiuauio. ranging in price
From $1.50 the Set.
IN "COSMUON," tho now material,
oxidized or bright, engraved In tasto
fill designs. Tho brushes nnd combs
nro light, unbreakabla and tho metal
will never tarnish. They nro easily
cleaned, another desideratum In theso
KINO. AND FORT.
Daintiest and prettiest Ico cream
parlors on the Island, and conducted
in first class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Etc.
Electric fans generously distribut
ed raako tho placo cool and comfort
able, and the new beautiful furniture
gives it a tono of splendor.
and Machine Co.
Hawaiian Opera House
MR. JAMES NEILL
AND THE NEILL COrtPANY.
Direct from twenty weeks of unparal
leled iriumpns in Ban Francisco.
Nov. 38 A Bachelor's Romaice.
Ily Special llequcst.
Dec. 2 Nancy & Co.
Dec. 3-The Jilt.
Tho great hit of the Nelll sea
Bon. Farewell performance.
LAVI8H 8CENIC MOUNTINGS.
Children under seven years of ago
Scats now on sale at Wall, Nichols
performances begin at
Luau and Fair
to be held at
NOVEMBER 30, 1001.
In aid of Tho Sisters of the Sacred
TIcketB for sale at all stores.
San Francisco, Nov, 20. There Is
a project on foot to establish a Una
of steamships between China and
Mexico. A company has been organ
(zed with that object In view. M. F.
Tarpoy, representing tho Hearst es
tato In Mexico, and Jonn P. Dennett,
a local nttorncy who has frequently
appeared as counsel tor Ho Vow, tho
Clilneso diplomat, nro tho organizers
nnd prima movers of tne now enter
prise. An net is now beforo tho Mexi
can Congress providing concessions
necessary for tho Inauguration of tho
nan lino. In tho southern republic
there Ib no pronounced sentiment
against an IngresB of Chinese and
Congicss will In all piohabiflty sanc
tion the concessions,
Pilot Jordan who was on tho Ill-fate'
Rio at tho time sho mot with disaster
has not yet gotten out pf tho" legal
tangle which lius been caused by the
suits of surviving families of the sail
ors aboard. A suit against him for
1100 000 Ib still on In tho San Tranrlsco
courts, it will soon come to trial,
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Novem
her 30. Temperature - Morning mini
mum, 63; Midday maximum, 78.
Baromttcr at 9 a. m. 30 00. Steady.
Rainfall 0 00. .
Dew Point 6BF.
Humidity at 9 a, m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vember 30. Weather clear; wind light
Saturday, November 30,
Klnau, Clarke, from Hawaii
Stmr. Lchua, Napala, from Maul and
Friday, November 29.
Das. schr. Eclipse, TovmibcikI, from
Saturday, rovember 30.
U. S. A. T. Meade, Wilson, for Ma
nila. Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson, for
Stmr. Maul, Bennett, for Hawaii and
Am. bk. Mohican, Kclley, for San
Am. bk. Santiago, Engels, Tor San
Friday. November 29.
Stmr. Mlkahala. Gregory, for Eleele,
Makawcli, Walmea, Kekaha and Ko
loa. Stmr. Noeau, W)man, for Kailua,
Napoopoo and Honuapo.
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per str.
Mauna Ixa, Nov. 30 Mrs. S. K.Knhoa
Hi, C. Ahuna, F. J. Wheeler, Mrs. J.
Kaelcmakule, Sister Bonaventura, J.
K. Nahale, S Kawamoto, P. M. Snod
grass, 11. A. Allen, Miss Ben II. Taylor,
W. A. Wall, C. B. Olscn, Mrs. II. C.
Brown, W. P. Fennel), wife and two
children, Paul Jarrctt, O. P. Shiftman,
n. S. llojd, D. Yowcll, Mrs. Wheeler,
Miss Kcawe and 2 children, J. Knclc
makulc. Mural, E. J. Walker and Jim
From llllo and way ports, per str.
Klnau. Nov. 30 E. E. Pnxton, C. W.
Dickey, Major W. A. Piirdy, O. A, Ste
vens, J. Nlckcus, Thco.. Wolff, 13. L.
Cutting, It. Murr, O. E. Copeland, Miss
Gallahcr, Mrs K. Ewallko, W. II. Ship
mnn, 13. P. Mnblc, Mrs. D. do Mello, J.
Wakefield, A. A. Wilson, C. S. Smith,
It. Wlnklcman, J. W. Kaholwal. Mrs.
J. Dower, Mrs. A. Bourne, II. O.
Wooton. W. Booth, J. Vance, II. War
ren, Hcv. C. H. Tomklns. D. Conway,
T. Johnson, Ilev. W. Ault, Mrs. E. J,
MeCandless and child, J. O. Carpenter
and wife. Miss Lydla MrStocker, W.
It. Carroll, Miss Annie Stephens, Ah
Sam, A. Weill, Ilev. A. B. Wov mouth,
and 78 on deck.
For Kauai ports, per str. Mlkahala.
Nov. 29 M. A. Itcgo, Mrs. N. E. W.
Todd, Capt. W. O. Qoodwln and Ah Ko.
Will Make Fifty Miles.
New York, iov. 17. The Journal
says: Charles K. '. flint's new yacht
will be a world beater for speed. Kitty
miles per hour will bo obtained.
She is built llko a watch. Her ex
treme length Is 1C0 feet 4 inches;
length on water line, 130 feet; ex
treme beam, 12 feet 3 Inches; normal
draught of hull, 3 feet 6 Inches; under
screws, 4 feet 7 inohes; deptn amid
Bhtps, 9 feet 4 Incnes; bunker capac
ity. 17 tons; water tank capacity, 1800
Steelalumlnum and wood are used
in the.constructlon of this fragile look
Ing though' strongly braced hull, with
Its knlfillW bows. The hull Is divid
ed Intoseyen watertight compart
ments. NEW TO-DAY
The annual meeting of the Hawaii
an Chlncso Coffee Land Co, Ltd., will
bo held In the olllco of Wing Wo
Cnan Co , Saturday, December 7th, at
2 p. m. sharp. CHANO CIIAU,
2007-1 w Secretary.
All members of Honolulu Loral
Union, No. 1, nro requested to attend
regular meeting next Thursday even
ing, ait business of the utmost Impor
tance will be brought up tor action.
TIKIS. Ji. nAE,
8AM HAMSAY, ltec. Hccy.
National City, Cal., Nov. 1, 1301.
To Whom It May Concern;
This Ih to certify that tho under
signed company Is tho originator, solo
owner ana manufacturer or Komel,
the pure juice of tho Grape Fruit.
That Bald Komel Is protected by
trado mark Issued under the laws of
tho United States, and that tho Con
colidated Soda Water Works Com'
pany, Limited, of Honolulu, T. II., aro
the oxlIiibIvo agents for tne ealo of
said product, as bottled by us for do
mestic trado, and for the manufacture
and salo of the carbonated form there
of, in tho Territory embracing tho
wholo of the Hawaiian IslaniU.
Wo do not put up any Grape Fruit
product under any other nume.
CALIFORNIA CITRUS PRODUCTS
Pjund'Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound ut
Makllcl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees and damages
aro sooner satisfied will bo sold at
tho dato hereafter named according to
Nov. 29, 19011 Bay Maro, branded
8 O on tho left hind leg, white stroke
on forehead, foreleg black and all
Nov. 29, 19011 faorrol iiorso, brand
ed T N on right hind leg, whlto
Htrolto on forehead and three legs
Tho abovo strayed animals will bo
sold on Saturday. Dec. 14, 19ni, ir not
called for beforo tbo date mentioned.
200 -3t Pound Master,
ilF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
ANVWIIERD AT ANYTIME
Call on or Write
E.C. DARE'S ADVERTISING AGEICT
64 & 65 Merchants' Exchange
KAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
VINIKO BPLLgrm, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY,
IN YOUR ABSENCE
Your prbperty requires the skilled at
tention of a responsible business agent.
execute business trusts with care, ln
teltigence and fidelity.
Our office system Insures a complete
and satisfactory record of all business
Our STOCK and REAL ESTATE
BROKERAGE Deoartments are 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 Supply Your Wants.
P. S. So does 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 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offersd the people cf
HOI AND COLD BATHS at the Silent
Harbor Shop. Everything strictly
up to date; now and 'clean. Just
what you're looking for. 1991-lm
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Machlno Ex
chango has removed to 1288 Fort
t. All kinds or sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
SALE. 1543 if
WANTED A position by young lady
nccustomed to office work; refer
ences given. Address J. L , this ofllce.
WANTED Two first class
Jeff's. King St.
WANTED A native boy fifteen years
or older with some knowledge of the
clothing business. Hub Clothing
House, Hotel St. 2004-lw
WANTED A few good Insuranco so
licitors; men who can produce some
gooa ousinesc, can and steady em
ployment with a liberal contract, by
calling on or addressing, Tho Sec
retary, Oriental Ltfo Insuranco Co,
i.iu, stangcnwald bldg , Honolulu.
WANTED Position as stationary or
pump engineer. J. II. 2003 lvv
WANTED An experienced woman to
do light house-work and tako earn
of Infant. Call at 924 Lunalllo St
WANTED Stenographer; young man
with eight years' expcrlenco wants
position. "B," Uulktln ofllce.
WANTED White servant for general
housework. Apply 1148 Wilder Ave.,
near Plikol. 1998-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jewoler of 35tyears'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808 tf
ROOM AND' BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930 tf
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.S0 to $2.50 per
week. 1952 tf
FOR SALE Cheap; one mulo, two
double drays and ono Chorsepowei
gasoline engine in good order. Ap
ply to A. Harrison Mill Co, Kowalo.
FOR SALE Ftvo lots on Mnnoa road,
nea 1 cars. Threo lots aiTJolnlng res
idence of II. S. Townsend, Esq.; two
lots In line with residence of A. W.
Meyer, Esq. These lots aro 100x200
reot, commanding nno view over
looking College Hill tract and pro
tected from winds of Manoa. For
further particulars apply to Charles
Phillips, Merchant St. 2003-lm
FOR SALE A gentlo driving horse,
suitable for a lady to drive; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. Wright.
FOR SALE A first class lodging
house, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgage. Address K, this ofllce.
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens and
Eggs (guaranteed). Samples of
blnls at California Feed Co.'s, whore
customers may obtain information.
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1990 tf
FOR SALE Carriage and saddle
horses. Apply at 307 Stangenwald
Uldg 1993 tf
FOR SALE l'lno lamlly horse, buggy
and harness. For prlco and partic
ulars sea Chas. Ilclhna, Club biables.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Uullotln of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
' "Talula." as sho now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly now boat, In
porfect working ordor, and hns been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
NOV. 30, 1901.
It Is the desire of every houseke cner to have her closet shelves piled
high with snowy linens. Ireland an
this Thanksgiving time.
nenutiful floral effects In llamas
shamrocks, fleur dells, etc, are to b
in the cheaper grades some close 1ml
The general linen market Is adva
they have ever been and In the worthy
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
Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
JTZ " FIRST-CLASS
Honolulu SERVICE -
. , OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
U of every description.
rdllUla First-class embalmer from S. F.
1120 FORT STREET J" "'J0,'
BLACK FRONT. TEL. MAIN 179.
FOR SALE Cheap; 700 foundation
stones. Inquire It. K, Bulletin.
FOUR LOTS, Hobron St.. Kapahulu,
Walklkl; $400 each, half cash; bal
ance 10 month, each lot. Jeff's,
43 King St. 1986-lm
TO LET Furnished rooms, also dou
ble parlors. Mrs. Jeu s, 1385 Berc
tanla, cor, Keeaumoku.
TO LET Furnished rooms for house -
keeping; also one room cottage. No.
ton, cottage walk, acnooi hi.
TO LET New five-room cottage on
Matlock Ave. Apply to Q. II. Ber
ry, next door. 2005 tf
CHEAPEST furnUhed room In town.
$S. 53 Vineyard St., below Nuuanu.
TO LET Six room house. P. W. C,
$15; near School and Nuuanu; C
room bouso. $10.50, King St., Pa
lama. P. E. It. Straucb, 38 Camp
bell blk., 310 Fort bL 2004 2w
TO LET Two stores on Union St , op
posite tho Pacific Club. Apply to
McDonald ,& Langton, contractors,
1188 Union St.. opposite Adams lane.
TO LET A furnished house of nlno
rooms, cor. Artesian and Bingham
Address P. O. box 383.
TO LET Two front rooms.
TO LET A large, sunny tront room
In a pHvato family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 16th.
Address A. B. C, P. O. box 572.
TO LET Flvo bouses, central loca-
tlon; 1, 8 rooms, $30; 1, C rooms,
sl'ii; 1, 6 rooms, ayoar lease, 912 uu;
1 togetner, 14 rooms, va iurniture
for sale, $730 cash. Apply to J. W.
Lake, Sewing Machlno Exchnngo,
1288 Fort St. 1990 tf
TO LET Suit of omecs In Progress
block. Inquire of Druce Waring &
Co. 1980 tf
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St.,
modern Improvements. Apply to
A. O. Cunha, 2d house abovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-lm
FOR RENT A large hall In tlio Wav -
ericy oiock, buiiodio lor loages, so-
L'lum-B, cit, luuuBncu ui uui ui iii.u -
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1970
8TOLEN-A Sterling blcyclo, No. 971.
with cyclomctor (glass broHen),i
fiom Stnngeuwnld bldg. Return to
Uullotln mid got reward. 200G tf
STRAYED Three red and whlto horn-
Ins pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Kqward given If returned to l'rinco
198C tf 1
FOUND White gib boat near bell
buoy. Call at Ilulletln ofllce. Knha
kalula. Kakaako.- 2001-lw
FOUND A purso containing n sum of
money. For particulars call nt tho
doIIco station. 1980tIiu,B "' """" "u uuuurii.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business proporty and residences.
Dullders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
d Germany have sent us their best for
ks that nortrav nooples. Ivy sprigs,
e found In the pure tlax goods. And
tatlons are here that are Just as
ncing. yet our prices are as low as
grades lower than for several years
30c, 35c, 50c yard.
to $3.25 doz.
to $8 00 doz.
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS,
2 yards long $120 to $2 each.
2 yards long, $1.40 to $2.40
3 yards long $1.45 to $2.90
evenings from now until after tho
CAPT WRY TO
San Francisco, Nor. 22. Captain
W .B. Seabury, for several years tho
well known commander of the Pacific
Mall steamer China, has been detach
ed from that vessel and will soon go
to Newport News, V a , to take com
mand of the new steamship Korea and
bring her around to this port. He Is
succeeded as master of tho China by
Captain Daniel K. Frlele. for nearly
thirty years oast In the Pacific Mall
service and next to Captain Seabury
It point of seniority In the company's
Borrlce. Chief Officer Ahnion, popu
lar with the traveling public, remains
on tho Chlua. Captain Frlele former
ly commanded steamers of tho line on
the Oriental route, and ran for years
on tho Panama line. For the last sev
eral months he baa been ashore, hav
Ing suffered much from neuralgia. Ho
wi.i tako the China out on her next
trip, sailing tomorrow.
Over a quarter of a century ago Can'
tain Seabury was In tho Pacific Mall
Company's employ between Now York
and Panama, later being transferred
to this Coast, between ban Francisco
nnd Panama, and later to the Hong'
Kong route. He Is perhaps tho best'
known as well as one of the best liked
commanders of tho line, and has been
as proud of the China as ho Is llkeiy
to be of the big Korea. The Korea
Is the largest steamship ever built in
mo united states, and was launched
3d last. Her length Is 572
feet 4 laches, beam C3 feet, depth 40
feet, draught 27 fet. and displace
ment l.S.COO tons. The steamer Is to
mako eighteen knots an hour, under
her builder's contract, but her 18 000
, horsepower engines aro expected to
?.r vo her easily at twenty knots At
, ,nl n,,to 1"10 r"n to Honolulu would bo
mB,le 'j 11egl, an five days. Tbo Ko
ca w." l,e au,e ,0 accommodate 200
first-class passengers and over 1200 In
' tbo steerage. Within a few weeks the
vessel will bo on her way 10 this port
Early next ear her sister ship, tho
.piuunu, win ue on tne way.
. Bid Flo
Seattle, Nov. 2.. The United States
Treasury Is belug replenished to tho
extent of f.MMO by the owners of
thrCO NoniU SteaniShlnH tha ttnnn.
ioke, tho Portland and tho Valencia'
lor violations ot the customs regula-
, nuns, m copying possengoi s from
, the north In excess of tho license 11m.
It. On THirsday the owners of the
Valencia put up S96C0. The Portland s
owners and the owners of the Roan-
" "" ,.B'sn'ua 'e'r 'mention of
"':," '"' "v "u" f". pecuvi-iy,
" ?n,ea fr similar violations of the
J iBury Department regulations. All
ijivou luuuvjB ttiu ul'iiis yam unuer
Protest and tho case Is to be taken up
later .with tne Treasury Department
1 umcmia ui wasumgton.
The management of the resnneiivn
vessels say thoy did not willfully vlo
lato the law. While at Nome they
obtained special permits to carry stat
ed numbers of passengers In excess
or their license limit. Tho customs
ofllcors of thi district, however, de
cllno to rocognlze tho nermlts on the
pound that such can bo given nly
W tho United States marine Inspect-
Don't forget Camarlnns of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply ot both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
THIS AFTERNOON or TOMORROW
o and took over tho t J
Fine Residence C, h
to be sold y t
At Aictioft si Mtftiay.iext,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at salesroom
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 QUEEN STREET.
This Is the II. M. Dow residence,
N. E. CORNER OF HACK-
FELD AND PROSPECT
1852 feet on Prospect street and 200
feet deep. Elegant Grounds, Good
House. Commands an Elegant View.
Property will be sold subject to a
mortgage of $7000. Can remain for
nearly two jears.
You will only have to pay ' In
cash what vou bid In excess of the
$7000 mortgage. .
$850 to $1000 In cash will give you
an Elegant Home on which tho inter
est on tlte mortgage Is not as much as
rental of an ordinary residence.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or Monday, December 2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the premises, U SVlneard street,
half way between Fort and Nuuanu
streets, I will sell at Public Auction
the entile household furniture consist
Hall rack, hall carpet, hall chairs,
Oak folding beds with mirrors,
Handsome oak bureaus.
Washstands, 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, til.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Billiard Tables -f
Oi Tiesday, December M,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1
will set! at Public Auction &
Three Billiard and Pool Tables,
. .Together with the balls, cue and
Also a Large Library of some two
hundred volumes, many of which are
by standard authors.
Jas. F. Morgan,
NEW SAFES 1
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
Al my salesroom. 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Four NEW SAFES, assorted sizes
and In good order. Also
One Second-hand i.nkL'S SAFE, In
JAS. F. MORGAN,
: OF :
On Tuesday, December 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1
will sell at Public Auction a largo as
scrtment of household furniture, con
sisting of '
Beds, Bureaus, Washstands,
Commodes, Wardrobs, Ice Boxes,
New Rugs, assorted sizes,
Pictures, frames, Mirrors,
Toys of all kinds, suitable for Christ
JA6. F. MORGAN,
Nice Cettage on Earns Sqiare.
Rent $37.50 per month. '
Possession given December 1st.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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