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lad's eye tho general effect of tho stranger's
appearancy was Mexican. He wore his black
hair rather long, covered his head with a wide
brimmed black slouch hat, and seemed of a
lonely, gloomy disposition. Rarely mingling
with tho gay throng, he loved to ramble in tho
deep woods, rautteving, humming and talking
to himself. He spent hours at a stretch with
rod in hand, and seemed to do a grcad deal of
fishing without the fish; for few tront seemed
to come to his fly.
On one occasion the lad noticed him pacing
up and down in tho woods encircling the pond
of tho upper level, apparently delivering an
oration. His favorite scat and walk was in a
i cleared space under tho pines and hemlocks
bordering the lower pond, aim near tho house.
A seat of boards fixed between tho trees was
occupied when writing was to be done. This
gentleman was Edgar Allen Poe, tho time was
tho year 1842.
During the summer of 1843 Poo again visited
the Barhytes, and by this time he and the
lad were fast friends a circumstance that shed
some light on Poe's real charater. Still fond
of his favorite Beat under the hemlocks near
tho pond, the dark eyed gentleman, as the boy
well remembered, paced up and down talking
and reciting to himself.
On one day, never to be forgotten, the little
fellow had been out fishing for tront on tho
pond down in the direction of the old gristmill.
Having caught his pail full, he waB rowing
back to the house oblivious of visitors, and
suspecting no one near, when suddenly, tho
silence was broken by the deep echo of "nevermore!"
As he neared the house, tho sonorous
polysyllable rolled over the pondjand came
back in echo at regular intervals.
The sound, which issued from tho grove,
seemed to be that of somo one reading aloud,
though only tho one word, "novermorc," could
bo distinguished. The boy, wondering to tho
vorgo of fright, knew not what to raako of it,
having never heard the strange word in such
As he neared the landing ho began to hear
whole lines, and to catch a regular cadence of
sound. Ho now made up his mind that some
one was "shaking a piece," and that it was
likely to bo none other than Mr. Poe. Laughing
to himself at the idea of having been so
scared, he gavo tho oars a freBh pull and the
mystery was solved. There was Poe in something
of a fine frenzy, pacing up and down tho
space cleared among the trees, reciting to himself
the poem, tho refrain of which had so
frightened tho lad at a distance the semi-croak,
the ol "nevermore."
His fear was over, tho boy now resolved to
have somo fun. Knowing the poet so well, ho
had by this time lost all fear of tho Mexican.
So, leaping" ashore with his fish, ho walked up
to tho man in long hair and slouch hat, and
"Obi what a name for a bird! Who ever
heard of a bird named 'Nevermore?' "
Instead of scowling or taking offence, Poe's
faco brightened. He clapped his hands and
seemed delighted with a new idea.
"I have it," he cried. "Just tho thing. That
will make the very stanza I need to complete
Thereupon ho sat, down ou the rustic scat
and wroto the first draft of tho stanza:
"JInch I marveled this ungainly
Fowl to hear discourse so plainly,
Tlioujrh its answer little meaning
Little rclcancy bore.
For m c cannot help artcin;r
That no llilng human bein
Ever yet was ulef t with seeing
Bird above the chamber door
Bird or beast nbo e his sculptured
lluet above his chamber door.
With tuch a name as 'NccrniorU' '
From that time forth a new tio of interest
bound boy and poet together. Having now
completed his first draft of tho poem, Poe submitted
the manuscript to his hostess, Mrs.
Barhyte, for criticism, telling her that her son
was tho cause of "the stanza of the strange
name," and thathe had simply put boyish prose
into his own best poetry. ExcJtange.
Head of the Mississippi. Lako Glazier,
discovered in July, 1881, by Capt'.Williain
Glazier, is now declared to be the
Lead of the Mississippi river. It lies
above and beyond Lake Itasca, and its
last atleastover two years, tho Portuguese
eplorersT Onpello and Juens,
h&ygjgdled.ioji.hQ west coast.of.. Africa.
Thev go ffrraS iofLpanda, andf from" that
' 'lcatp;ffi6y.ril proceed? northward to
Game legs threaten to bo all the fashion
in England. First, Brown hurts his knee:
the Queen shortly afterward followed
ouitj and now the Princess of "Wales is
similarly affected. Wo may yet expect
-to see the American dudes aping this new
English custom and going around with a
Some very curious names appear in tho
applications ior pensions. Among them
is that of IPilgrim ' Crazylous, a Pennsylvania
pedagogue: Charley Grow a colored
preacher: Torment Twist, Christian Bible,
John Drinklager, Eeason Tuig, D.
Slatecipher and Skye Leaf.
young man who begins by saving a
fewBttiilihgsB month and thriftily increases
his store-very coin being a representative
of solid work honestly done
ifltwids. abetter chance to spend the rest
qtiisjifpiiii affluence than he who, in his
likste ubecome rich, obtains money by
dashing speculations, or the devious moans
which abound in the fojnrv
'VwHB.fair dealinrr nncLfraud.
TOaccustom a number 'of persons to the
imeuigenii exercise ui aiiciiuing to ana
comparing and weighing evidence, and to
the moral exercisoif being placed in a
high and responsible situation, invested
with one of God's own attributes, that of
judgment, and having to determine with
authority between truth and falsehood,
right andwrongj, is to furnish them with
every JiigTi means of moral and intellectual
culture; in other words, it is
obtaining the greatest
legal decisions, but it
portion.o the nation.
certainty of just
educates a large
iwkspra arid oddlyshaped poultry
houses are nonsensical. There is little use
in a great array of glass. On sunshiny
days it warms np a house a little, bnt on
i3S$ Z "day8 DDt at oll -while it is
and the glass is almost always too
or dust to admit neat
i i MBiB' -:
waters have an elevation of probably three
feet above that lake, being connected therewith
with a swift, email stream. Lake
Glazier is about a nolo and a half in length
by a mile in breadtty
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Paddy Ityan gavo practical proof of his confidence
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In a recent bittlo in Ej )pt between tho rebels
and British forces, tho former lost 800 killed and
600 wounded, tho English losing 65.
Sister Theresa, James G. Maine's neice, died in
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Paxasia, Jan. 20th. Tho condition of affairs in
political circles hero is greatly disturbed, and
civil war is imminent. Sunday night tho American
man-of-war AlUanco landed a force of marines,
with a Gattling-gun at Aspinwall, to guard
tho railroad and canal property there. The
landing of American forces created a great excitement
among thonativos, which disappeared
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Frassino, have been buried under avalanches from
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south of Ivrea.
Sackamexto Jan. 24. The Itccoi d Union savs of
Governor Stoneman's message. As a whole the
message is commonplace, with some good suggestions,
bnt mainly noticeablo for lack of vi"or in
dealmg with tho questions taken np, and lack of
breadth of comprehension of Stato questions. Its
omissions are by far tho most significant features.
Washikoton, Jan. 24th. The Edmunds bill to
place Gen. Grant on the retired list with full rank
and pay of general, was passed in tho Senate, after
a very short debate 16 to 9.
London, Jan. 21st. A battlo occurred near
Metemneh. An army of 10,000 rebels attacked tho
squaro in which the British forces were advancing
several times, but were compelled eventually to
retire. Tho rebels lost 800 killed and 800 wounded
The British lost 63. Among tho Biitish who fell
was Lieutenant-Colonel Barnaby, who mado the
famous "Itido to Khiva."
London-, Jan. 2M. Besides Colonel Barnabv,
the following were killed: Major Carmichael, Fifth
Lancers; Major Atherton, Fifth Dragoons; Major
Gough, lCoyal Dragoons; Captain Darley and
Lieutenant Walfe, Scots Greys, and Lieutenants
Pigott and DoLisle, Naval Brigade. Lord St. Yin-cent
and Lord Airlle wero wounded.
London, Jan. 23rd. The Turkish Government
has notified Italy that if sho attempts to carry out
her reported intention of occupying Tripoli, sho
will be opposed by a Turkish army of 20,000 men.
London, Jan. 23th. Intelligence has just been
received at tho "War Oflico that General Stewart's
force is intrenched south of Metemneh. Tho dispatch
also gives tho gratifying information that
Stewart is in communication with General Gordon.
Stewart's force had several fights with tho
Arab rebols beforo it reached Metemneh. Stowart
himself was badly wounded. Fivo of Mahdi's
Emirs were killed in the fights.
General Wolseley in his dispatch roports the
capture of Motemneh by tho British. Ho also says
that Sir Charles Wilson has gono to Khartoum on
board tho stoamer to confer with Gordon. Ho is
expected to return as soon as possible and report
personally to Wolseley.
London, Jan. 28th 1 r. m. An official dispatch
received this afternoon from Gordon shows that
his position at Khartoum was by no means as
as was supposed. Ho says ho could hold
out there for jears.
London, Jan. 28th. General "Wolseley reports
Stowart severely wounded, the injuries, though not
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Wo look for the the birthplace of the immortal
lyric, not at Fordham, but at Saratoga
Springs, X. Y. There, at the place called
"Ynddo," cast or the village on the road to the
lako, was a superb piece of forest land, diversified
by what were once trout streams, and
now owned by Spencer Track Esq. In 1784
Jacobus Barhyte, of Dutch stock, and a soldier
of the revolution, who had assisted
to surrender, bought the tract of land
trom which he could have the oldbattlo ground
of Bemis Heights in view. He kept trout preserves
and spread toothsome dinners for which
the place and tho host became famous. To
these tho fashionable aud noted visitors to the
rising watering place camo to see and be seen,
to catcli and to cat. Nearly all the Presidents
of tho United States, European guests, literary
men, wits, scholars and epicures, came once
or oftcnor to "Barhytes." Prince Jerome Napoleon
was so enamored of tho natural beauties
of tho spot, that for ycara it was his hope to
buy it and live there. Among the throng of
gayly dressed visitors was one who in garb
"looked like a prairie cow-boy;" though in
manner he showed himself a kindly gentleman
who captivated the heart of
and won the regard of his elders. In tho
euaen t Feb. 11, 1885.
fatal, being so severe that he will be disabled for
the remainder of the present campaign.
A dispatch-from Cairo declares that Lord Chns.
Btresford, with a small contingent, is pushing on
from Metemneh to Khartoum.
London, Jan. 2S"ih. News concerning tho operations
of unfriendly Arabs along tho Bed Sea continues
to grow more serious. Massowah is almost
in a state of siege, with a gloomy prospect of relief.
The Arabs make attacks in force almost every
night upon Suakim, and during the dark firing
against the garrison is almost continual. Ihe
garrison is greatly strengthened' by tho arrival of
400 British troops.
News has been received of a desperate attack
upon the Galabil garrison, in which 100 of the
garrison and 800 of the enemy were killed.
London, Jan. 23th ISO p. m. Official dispatches
indicato that tho march of Stewart and his little
army from Abuklea "Wells to tho present position
was no easy task. Almost every foot of the way
appears to have been sharply contested by a resolute
Arab foe. There was a constant succession of
encounters from tho action of tho 17th till the Nile
ndsieuciicu, iuo jiruisn troops steadily gaining
fresh victories over impetuous but easily demoralized
rebels. On tho morning of Monday, January
10thr two days after the fight at Abuklea, tho
enemy appeared in force in front of the advancing
British irmy, and a short, fierce battle was fought.
This occurred at a point about threo miles from
tho Nile. The British were compelled to sustain
a heavy fire for some time. Early in tho
received his wonnd, and Sir Charles
Wilson thereupon assumed command. The rebels
did not long stand beforo the murderous English
fire, but wero repulsed with heavy loss, Fivo
Emirs and 030 men wero left dead upon the field,
auu mint; iiumoers oi wounueu. Anout tno .English
losses few details havo yot been received. It
is known, however, that Cameron, special correspondent
of the London Daily Standard, and Herbert,
special correspondent of the Morning Tost,
The latest dispatches received at the War Offico
show that Lord St. "Vincent was not, as at first reported,
killed in tho battlo fought in tho desort on
tho 10th. "Ho died from wounds received on tho
17th, at Abuklea. Only two British officers wero
killed in tho Arceba fight. The other dead wero
non-commissioned officers and privates.
Aden, Jan. 28. Advices fromPerim stito that
the Italian ironclad Castle Fidanlo has arrived at
Beilur, on tho west coast of tholtodSea, not far
from Massowah, and successfully disembarkod a
detachment of troops intended to with
the English in Soudan. Tho Italian flag was
hoisted in Beilur.
London, Jan. 20. A dispatch from Gubat says:
The four steamers sent down the river by General
Gordon havo not been to Khartoum for a month.
They havo been awaiting tho British at an island
abovo Metemneh. Tho vessels aro covered with
heavy boards of hard wood outside, and thin iron
plates inside. They present a battered appearance,
being pitted with bullet-marks, as aro tho
funnels. Tho vessels resemblo floating honse3
rathor than war ships. Each steamer has soveral
hundred plucky blacks aboard. They aro commanded
by Turkish officers, who havo their wives
and families with them.
Tho British aro improving their defenses, havina
learned that a force of Arabs are coming from
Berber to attack them. Tho troops havo been put
on half rations until supplies from Gakdul arrive.
A dispatch from Korti states that Meteranoh is
garrisoned by 13,000 of Mahdi's troops, under the
command of Oliver Pain, tho ex-Communist of
Paws, Jan. 29. The Government has ordered
Admiral Courbet to vigorously force the rights of
soarch against every vessel flying a neutral flag
and attempting to run tho blockado of Formosa.
All tho Powers have been notified.
Pams, Jan. 28. The refusal of tho British
authorities to allow tho Trhiuphante to refit at
a ongkong caused great annoyance here. Vol tab e
denounces the conduct as epecially unfriendly,
and urges the French Government to retaliato by
immediately blockading all Chincso ports. This,
7 oltaire says, Franco has hithorto refrained from
doing becauso Franco
regarded England as a
friendly Power, and tho blockading of tho Chinese
ports would havo hampered English commerce.
An official dispatch received to day from Saigon
announced tho virtnal suppression of tho revolt in
Tjosnnv. Jnn 09 Tf i .nnn..iAi i t . i
decided officially to declare war against China.
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Washington, Jan. 29. Tho Sonato went into
suspended vote of last night upon Vance's motion
in nnctnnnn nnfinn nmi. ln i i
was considered, rosulting in tho defeat of tho motion
by a vote of 22 to 23. Sherman's amendment
looking to tho abrogation or modification of tho
Clayton-Bulwer treaty was then discussed somo
hours and coming to a voto in Committeo of tho
Whole was to 28. A voto was then
taken upon tho treaty itself and thirty-two Senators
voted for its ratification, whilo
voted against it. Tho affirmativo being less than
two thirds of tho whole number voting, tho treaty
was not ratified.
San Fbancisco, Jan. 31. The most disastrous
fire which has visited this city since tho destruction
of Schmidt & Co's lithographing and label
establishment some months ago ocouncd last
evening about 6 JO o'clock on Bcalo street. A
repository, two liardwaro stores and a windmill
factory, wero bnrned out. Loss fixed at
Shanghai, January 30. lteports havo reached
hero that a serious engagement has occurred between
tho French and Chinoso men-of-war off
London, Jnn. 31. Advices from Amoy say tho
French aro busy sinking and destroying junks, tho
crews of which aro taken to Kelung, whoro they
are chained and compellod to work on tho forts.
Washington, Jun. 30. Tho House Committeo
on Foreign Affairs referred tho dynamite resolution
to a sub-committee. The opinion is goner-ally
expressed that no action should bo taken on
tho subject by tho House.
London, Jan. 30. A dispatch this afternoon
from Sydney. N. S. W., states that .in express
train botween Sydnoy and Wagga Wagga, whilo
running at a high rato of speed, was precipitated
into a creek by tho weaknos3 of a bridgo upon
which tho train had entered. Forty passengers
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(fictoriff. iai btiJobta(lflcid1andrHl be; added to from
Ore uf Brunswick & Balke'a
Celebrated Billiard Tables
of the cue can participate. 1013
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
Our Goods are Acknowledged iheBest !
We nsariPatent Stoppers
U -4 In5lpgrfcotIci,'iFmilesUeciio
Ginger Ale but ours
CHILDREN CRT FOR
US- We dchT our Goods Free of Charge to all parts
of the City.
Careful attention piia to Island Ordeis: Address
The Crystal Soda Works,
I R O. BOX : jHOKOLULD,U.il.
C3" Orders left with Benson, Stilth Jt Co.. Ifo. 11
ort Street, will received ompt attention. 10U
rtfkvfMfidr scfAP' ItVoeks j
J Jto gmi 'nHi r ii mi iiai.
- - , ,
BRURY 18, 1885.
pPH03STE fe5. j
EE, : : Proprietor
ig and Building.
Jd Finish always on tumd.r3
and Sort StOTcrwoodj Cat
OH & BUILDER
c, Honolulu, II. I. ,
tc'urcs all kinds of
w FrameSt .
ainds. Sashes, Doors
"ds of 'WooawtiffcFlnisb. '
I! and Band;;Sawing!
c kinds or "
MP TBT ATTENDED. TO
i'ork Uu'nrnrtcci. '
ie other Islands solicited.
i . .
3. LAME'S ,
i " I lJIrl ''
RER OF MOPMENTS
lets, Marble Mantels,
"Washstand Tops, and
ack and Whita Marble.
K OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
LDE TO ORDER
J7EST POSSIBLE RATES.
till Ztcnilitotic Clcnucil anil
!hcr Inlands 1UK iTOmiiUy attended to.
f Fort St.. Honolnln.
R and DEALER
chines, and Genuine,
Attachments, Oil .
Xlf FOR qTTTW
n, Howe, and i
:e Machines, -
ward's Machine Needles,
all kinds & sizes;
in all colors;
E EM),JIAdllLVB COTTQX.
AGENT IfOR -
oet't lietlablo Oat Paner Patters
fnfallbttlniu. Deattr In
nil, and Sporting Good,
Powder, OarK, Metalfc Carkkljea.
In all auc
ttrcd the irvire of a i CUts Unn,
Itl tboron jb Mrrbau i I aro now pre-
fln that Imp with pr imptneiJ and
orders nlicled 1"17
Is Hnpercetllrt? all other Steam
BECAUSE IX IS MOIiE
Ecomonoical of Fuel,
Xicss IiiKtlQ to Eiplotlc,
Easier of Transportation
AND COSTS HO MORE!!
oar Full description and V& ubtalitetl by
V. E. ROWELL, Honolulu.
1011 IjZ o'e Airent Hawaiian Island.
111 SVVAXt SIliERT. IJOXUI.ULU,1 '
OLD 2JXGrXXrr BOUSE STOKE
CHOIPEST SKLEt TIOS Of
FAHCY CANDIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS:
Creams, Opera Caramels, Snjarril
Almonos, A. v. viiran jcit icc aangaza
bllcc, Bose and Lemon CiaauBiojn, O C. onpariel
and Brilliant Conrersatlon LoxiioeerSjMjnt Lozeactis,
Snlced Chocolate. Cnocdfete Crrima and
Fancy and Plain Mixed Candles,
Also-NUTS: I'eeana. S. 8. Almonds, Brazllr,
Filberts. Ktij. L!eoric, Adams Onm,
Spruce Qaat, rHze Eaita. ;,, ;
Xko akro Camilos, Retailed at 50a per IIj.
esr CALL AXD THY TUEU. "SU
Clgsrs, Cigarettes, Tobacco. HolllsUr Cf.' Sodd."
Water Ale on Ice, and a fall line of
Mr. L. B. KBB
A obsts for inc ll.yitmm 7Ib.
;, OESTS tav ttttt HraraitK Iatas4b.
TBliizi cBEaHiu.ir.a hatixo i
r&Uaddpfela K?ri f UiierinrHet
XX Ayent otJiwJdrt Board of
Agent otTIenna BoattS of TJadenrrttT
CIalraVrlnstInsnrineoCbrpaaJrwiOia i s
valid. . asr ii
mnfijAOSXT F5R THS BKRUS vi
.. cict jurin insance? loeMnMUs m
reteiTcd tostroctlons to Reaaeo tas Bate -
siranco between Hanolnhi and ParU In & Padl?
Is now prepared to lse PeJir at tse acS raj
wn n speeia(ralae1loa on fnsStttWtraT
THBO. U. EAV1SS.
lMSly Asent Brit. For. Mar. In J. Co. Lin J
iief iNSTnraisfcs coMPi
JL Pointed Azenta of the abore fomMBT tre i
UallrtJncs, md on HrrtaI jtorrf Urrti; 1
cmccof ion ly P A 8CRVCFRt:C4
PIEE lNSUSiASC2 OOMPJ
JLB TUUE and Machinery
A. J.VEOEK, .stul tot the ITairalia
X33.SXtra32.00 -C 3.XXX333
. Or gASTTOBP. gOKMICXlUUT.
Takes risks against Los or Daaura r F
Eulldln, Jlercnandlse.MacMntry and Far: .:-favorable
terms. A. JASGKR.
I001 Ast for TUsraUa U j
FIRE AH0 MARINE INSURANCE COM?;
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSEITS.
Caaa'AajetaJaaaarTlaMSSl. . . tl95,S
Takc IUrts asfilnat 1m or y n-
iiuuamss, Mcrchanrtisr. JUthlacry and Tisra
favorahlo term. A. JAEfiEH
lows Ant for Ihaia It.aai
The City pf lK)ndDH Fira :
CAPITAL, :::::: $10,000,'
-Dl Honolnln for the llawathin UHrit fi. t
ilsnetl U prepared to accept rik a n ' arc n I
ins.jjicicuanuiM. rarnitarr. jjjfkur -a v- .
Looses I'romptljr AdJnsteilsndPajable
C O. BEKUlUt.
10)Ir .Rnt for th' Uai r
W"t INSURANCE COMPArTY' j
Jf 'Piiai" hiij.ii IIIJ iihiiiujiim'
j OF LOrlOQH.CMCILANa i
oi three years, f rtr two pnralaat ta
IBM . A. JAEGER,
liVtflPOOL and LONDON anil 0
Assets, - $31,161,
Claiaas Paid, $83,714,(
.VJtAvT .ESTABUSllEB XX AUCSl
'JEJb Honolula.'forthe Hawaiian IUaif tl i
FIRE ON BUILDINGS, jIERCIASBI
On farotsblc trrm Snrlllnf BlnViMlr
Detached dwelling and content iar4 fat t
and pnynlilv berr j
-Marine Insurance Company of
F 0 R T U N A
General insurance of
OIIIC A1IOVE ixNUiuwfK ro;
J bar" Gstablfihnl a Cnml
undesigned. General Ajrrnta, are aataor Jt ui
Milt?nzlant lli fianrmof Ur Jliwi
Jfoit noiuble nnl aa t
3It FnTornbls Terms.
Itial ly F. ACHAS?ER t O r& '
CapifHl : : UJthuarJ 9,cj
JU been appeictrd accat at Ik' atm a
.. . . ?-
me Hawaiian Itsna. I prepared a tcfj
aam rue on uoiMtiizf, rwaHare Uz
I'fidace.Siusi: JIIIJ, Aaaa tk at Ut ra
LOSSES PR08PTLT ADJUSTED JUQ PiU3ll
Tar Sea, Hirer and Xovd'
HA Vl C. EST.UIIiItUD I
Agrncr i IIonoluH '" !' Ua -
lljr aildrrlriil tenfral ji!! n M'JSi, j
Kls&s acotnjt tio Danger ci tkeSesil
Most RnasonaUoKatitt. aatit on !
Moat TavoraBIti Terms.
F A. SCHASFEK &IU
10a ly tvt tie Haws. J3 I
JUonoIalB, HatraJJan lststls,
rral Attain tf U
11..1...1 i :r t r
muiuai jLiio lusuianuB u
OT JTEW TRK,
L f Largest, Safoat and Me
ECONOMICAL LIFE II
UT TEE W0XLD1
Cash Assets, over 0,
SB For Information eoaeernVor Uv C-
,tor Bates of Iasaracce, apply to WltliEK 9
lot: im sot;c.l
SOUTH BRITISH MB ATGi
FIUE AND 3IAR1NU VHSV.
CAPITAL - - - $,OCH
Udt.imitolLIabllU'rof SiarrtiHeT t
ILiYing csUbHjhfd as Ajeao ' U "
itawaiiaa isaoiw, lae aaarca i ;
eeps risks rijt Hre ua ttiHJIay
on tk ,
Lossns Promptly rMJMisi &
aWe Here I
Ajtat Sat iU -
and Trooaaxo, at Carxaat Cts
riRE INSURANCE OMJ