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"Will bo for ho.1cV 1) illy nt 1I10
I. M. OAT, Jr. Co.. .Merchant street
T. G, THRUM ...... l'ort street
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ....Hotel ttrecct
J'lva Cents jicr Copj
Go to the Commercial Hotel at the
corner of Nuuanu and Berctnnia
streets, if you want an ice cold Boca
Beer at a reasonable price.
The "Commercial" is the only place
in town that keeps a good cold lunch
throughout the day, and a hot lunch at
night. Don't fail to give them a trial.
Persons using charcoal would do
well to call on S. M. Carter, who has
always on hand charcoal from the best
of Island woods; sold in quantities to
suit. Orders received for the above
will be promptly attended to.
The S. S. Mararoa may be expected
here any time to-day.
- There was no Police Court held yesterday,
it being Good Friday.
The Band will not play at Emma
Square tomorrow, but will entertain
the public at the base ball grounds.
One hundred and seventeen Chinese
took passige for Hong Kong by the
S. S. City of Rio de Janeiro yesterday.
The schooner Ehukai arrived from
Waimanalo yesterday bringing two
broken mill rollers from Waimanalo
The walls of the large brick building
on Nuuanu street, which was occupied
by Messrs Chu Lan & Co.,
were torn down yesterday.
The Mutual Telephone Company's
wires, a good many of which were
destroyed by the late fire, were all in
working order last Thursday "afternoon.
The Press is under obligations to
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior for an execellent map of the
new official survey of the burnt district.
The barkentine Ella, Captain Howe,
sails for San Francisco this afternoon.
Any mail to go by her will be received
at the Post Office up to eleven o'clock
The young men's Bible class will
meet in the Y. M. C. A. parlor at 9:45
to-morrow morning. The Gospel
praije service will be held in the
hall at half-past six o'clock, to which all
An old wheel barrow has been reposing
in front of the Press office since
the fire. Yesterday some person tacked
the following notice on the much
used vehicle: "This 'brake' for sale;
apply to the owner."
The children and young people of
the Bethel Union Sunday school are
requested to meet at the Lyceum on
Nuuanu avenue this afternoon at 3
o'clock, to rchcaisc for the Easter
exercises to-morrow evening.
In the Advertiser of yesterday, T.
H. Davies, Esq , offers to be one of five
contributors of $1,000 each, or one of
ten of $500 each, to a relief fund for
the.benefit of sufferers by the late fire.
Four or nine yet remain to be heard
The remains of the man who died
on board the S. S. City of Rio de
Janeiro were taken to the Quaantine
Station yesterday, where they will be
kept until a favorable opportunity offers
ty send them back to the United
The native newspaper, the Elele, has
purchased the old Daily Hawaiian
plant, which was moved into the Elele's
new quarters on (Jueen street yesterday.
Dan Lyons, the manager, declares he
has not been so busy since the campaign
as he was yesterday.
The fourth game of base ball for the
season will be played at the Makiki
grounds this afternoon between the
Benedicts and Hawaiis. As usual
Jim Dodd will tun an extra 'bus to the
grounds which will leave the corner of
Fort and Hotel streets at thiee o'clock
.Ill .- .!,. I-
Appropriate services were held last
night at the Catholic Church on Fort
street. The services were of the most
impressive character and were listened
to by a very large congregation in which
there were many strangers. The sei v-ice
was preached in English.on the subject
of the "Sufferings of Christ."
We are furnished by R. W. Laine
with a tribute to the memory of the
late Senator J. F. Miller, in the form
of General Order No. 2, emanating
from W. R. Smedberg, Department
Commander for the Pacific Coast. In
beautifully chosen words the Order announces
his death and recites the fact
that he organized the Grand Army on
the Pacific Coast. Then follows an
eulogy of his career as a citizen, soldier,
statesman and comrade. The
tribute winds up as follows: "The
death of these great soldiers before
they had reached the allotted span of
life admonishes us, my Comrades, that
the General may sound for us also at
nnv moment, and we should so bear
ourselves in the beautiful principles of
our Order, m Fraternitv. Chanty ana
Loyalty, that when our names are
called wc may answer, 'Heiel' fully
prepared for the life beyond."
The vacant' lot adjoining the
Government barracks has become the
arena of base ball achievements.
Yesterday an exciting game was- going
on. The only Lono was at the bat,
He made a frantic lunge at a ten-degree
curve, and was so eager to hit
the ball that he let go of the bat and
succeeded in putting the pitcher out
of sight in one strike. In a short
time the pitcher's heels came into view
writing in the air in-several different
languages. An examination of the bat
shows it to be an ancient war club
weighing about ten pounds.
Shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a solitary horse and carriage
might have been seen coming down
Fort, street. It contained two native
women a little boy and girl. At the
same time some British tars were going
up Fort street. They were carrying
branches. Each circumstance was innocent
enough in itself. But observe
the combination t The horse proceeded
to proceed and the more he proceeded,
the more procession there was.
Billy Moore was sitting in his hack at
the Fashion Stable musing over his
batting record. He jumped out dashed
at the horse and succeeded in
grasping the bridle. After being
dragged awhile, he managed to stop
the runaway at the corner of Fort and
Hotel streets. Billy is accustomed to
stopping "daisy cutters" at third base
and fielding a horse and buggy or
even a freight train is perfectly in his
They say: That everybody is pleased
with the new survey of the burnt district;
that the weather is getting ready
for a chance; that the Chinese who
were burnt out are picking up courage
again; that the bulk of the Chinese
now here are not in favor of further
Chinese immigration; that the amiable
Jimmie Williams was as mad as hops
yesterday because he couldn't work fast
enough; that the Shooting Gallery is
drawing crowds nightly; that "24" is a
crack shot and will likely take the cake;
that the British tars take as much interest
in the Shooting Gallery as the Honolulu
boys; that the party which rode
gaily out of town last evening about six
o'clock came back later in a pilikia;
that the old political campaign is to be
foUght over again when the Legislature
meets; that the Government party, like
the Opposition party, is bothered with
political soreheads; that the little boys
and girls were all good yesterday just
because it was "Good Friday;" that
the Mararoa will not be here until tomorrow
or the next day; that the price
of silver will go up if they don't quit
voting about it in the United States;
that there are some startling police
revelations to be made before the Leg
islature meets; that there will likely be
a committee of investigation appointed;
that there are several good and practical
laws already drawn to present to
the next Legislature: that the Rifles
intend holding a picnic this year; that
it would be a good idea for the other
military to follow suit; -that Honolulu
will soon be visited by another large
fire: that the Mararoa will not arrive
until Monday next; that the Myrtle
Boat Club will accept the challenge of
the crew of the Satellite, if such chal
lenge is offered; that the Chinese who
arrived by the City of Rio de Janeiro are
a motley looking lot; that Honolulu has
no place to put the said Chinese when
they are freed from the Quarantine
Station; and that the base ball rules of
1886 do not differ from those of 1885.
Botliol Union Church Sorvlccs.
The Bethel Union Church and congregation
will hold services to-morrow
at the Lyceum on Nuuanu avenue,
kindly tendered them for their use-by
the Messrs. Waterhouse, until the people
shall have a house of worship of
The Sunday school will be held at
Services with an Easter sermon by
Rev. E. C. Oggel,' the pastor, at n
Interesting Easter exercises by the
Sunday school at 7:30 o'clock in the
evening. A cordial invitation to these
services is extended to all.
The Fort-street Church will-be, as
usual, tastefully and elaborately decorated
for the Easter services. Sunday
morning the pastor will preach a sermon
appropriate to the day. In the
evening the order of exercises will be
as follows :
1 Quintette. Organ, Violin, Flute,
;Cornct anil 'Violihcello Novello
2 Anthem. "Praise'the Lord O My
3 Doxoloqy and Invocation.
4 Response. (Violin Obligato).,.,, ...Gluclc
S Old Testament Lesson.
6 Ilvmn 30S. "Christ the Lord is
Risen Again". . , Mozart
7 New testament Lesson.
8 Easter Anthem, , Buck
10 Offertqrie. Trio from "Messe
Soleuncllc". , . Rossini
11 Hymn 129. "All Hail the Power
of Jesus' Name" Holden
12 Easter Address.
13 Anthem. "God Hath Appointed
a Day" Tours
14 Hymn 331. "Now be My Heart
Inspired to Sing" Reading
The offering will be for the Fort-street
Church music fund. r
Mrs. HanfordjTSoIa Sopranos Mrs. J. F.
Drown, Sola Altos Mr. V, W. Hall, Solo
Tenor; Mr, J. W. Varndley, Solo Dassj Mr.
Myron Jones, Organist; Mr. J. W. Varndley,
St. Andrew's Cathedral
The first congregation of
Cathedral will hold services tomorrow
as follows; Holy Communion
at six o'clock a. m., Choral celebration
of Holv Communion at 7 a. m., at
which Marbecke's entire service as arranged
by Dr. Stainer will be sung by a
surpliced choir of boys. At 9:30 a. si.
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1886.
the Bishop will preach at morning
prayer when the Te Dcum by
proper Psalms will be sung to
Gregorian tones; regular Easter hymns
wilt also be sung. At 6 v. m., evening
prayer, with an address by the Bishop,
will be held, when special Easter
hymns will be sung.
The second congregation will hold
morning prayer at niie a. m., with
sermon by Rev. Geo. Wallace followed
by Holy Communion, during which the
Te Jeum by Barret in E. flat will be
rendered. The anthem "He is Risen,"
by Simfer, and special Easter hymns
will be sung. At 4 v m., special
childrens' service will be held in the
Lyceum. At 7:30 p. m.( full evening
service withscrmon by Rev.Mr.Marwood
of H. B. M. S. Heroine. The following
pieces will be rendered: Magnificat
and Nunc Dimittis by Ebdon, in C.
Anthen "Christ being raised from the
Dead," by Sir George Elvey, and
Y. ftl. O. A. Committees for 1886.
At the annual meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. held on Wednesday evening, the
President, W. A. Bo wen, announced
the following committees to serve during
the ensuing year:
Devotional Work F. J. Lowrcy,
Chairman; J. M. Whitney, A. F. Judd,
J. B. Atherton, T. S. Southwick, S. E.
Bishop, H. Waterhouse.
Temperance P. C. JonCs, Jr., Chairman;
J. A. Dower, J. A. Cassidy, H.
Logan, G. P. Castle.
Visitation R. W. Podmore, Chairman;
A. F. Cooke, J, A. Dower, E. C.
Damon, Captain Lees, J, A. Cassidy.
Invitation and Welcome T. S.
Southwick, Chairman; E. A. Neth, R.
W. Podmore, T. F. Dredge, W. O.
Atwater, Geo. Ballantinc, W. H.
Hoogs, H. Lyle, O. C. Swain, E, , O.
White, F. Oat, 'J. A. Gonsalves, C. M.
Cooke, D. Shepard.
Entertainment W. A. Kinney,
Chairman; P. C. Jones, Jr., W. R.
Castle, E. A. Jones, W. W. Hall, J. B.
Atherton, T. R. Walker.
Employment W. R. Castle, Chair
man; N. F. Burgess, B. F. Dillingham,
A. F. Cooke.
Reading Room C. M. Hvde,
Chairman, W. C. Merritt, T. G.
Finance C. M. Cooke, Chairman;
P. C. Jones, Jr., J. B. Atherton.
The crack pulling crew of H. B. M.
S. Satellite are contemplating a-challenge
to the Myrtle crew of Honolulu.
Up to 8:45 'ast n'Bht thirty-five shots
had been scored for the prizes at the
Shooting Gallery. J. H. Fisher, 24,
W. C. King, 23, C. K. Miller, 22, and
seven others 2 1 each were the highest
scores. Two hundred and sixty-five
shots remain to complete the Hit.
At the Casino yesterday the scores
stood Higgins 159, Brodie 153. The
range was at 500 yards. Strong "fuh
tail zephyrs" prevailed and better
shooting under such circumstances was
impossible. This is evidenced by the
fact that several experts subsequently
failed to reach either of the above
Editor Daily Honolulu 'Press,
Dear Sir: "Always lock the barn
after the horse is stolen," is advice
which we all laugh at, but when we
have other horses Avhich may be stolen
it is just as well to lock the barn.
We have had a conflagration at last
which has been long foretold and
which might have been prevented if
fire limits had been established in the
remote past, and which, perhaps, might
have sooner been checked if they had
been established even during the past
I am told that the city of Drammen
in Norway was visited from time to
time by very large fires, but neglected
precautions, until at last two-thirds of
the city was destroyed by one terrible
conflagration. A law was then passed
forbidding the erection of any wooden
buildings within the city limits, except
under the following regulations:
A space was reserved six feet wide
around each man's loton which no wooden
building, boards or inflammable rubbish
was allowed. As each man was
.compelled to leave such a space there
would always be twelve feet space between
No wooden house could be erected
which- was over eighteen feet in height
including foundation and roof.
I think it would be well to adopt a
similar for rule Honolulu. It would
compel business men, who required all
their space, to build brick, stone or
galvanized iron houes; and yet would
enable those not needing all their
room, to put up cheaper houses for
which they have means. A reasonably
good fire department would have
no difficulty in controllinp; a fire if
there was always twelve feet space between
wooden buildings and there
were no tall buildings to cany the
flames to a distance. Lex.
Haiku, April 30, 1S86.
The report seems to be current that the
prices of Lumber and Building Materials will
be advanced on account of the recent fire, and
we are continually asked if such is to be. the
We desire to publicly state that there will
be NO CHANGE in the price of any
goods which wc have in stock, consisting of
Lumber of all kinds and sizes, Shingles, Corrugated
Iron, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Nails,
and Builders' Hardware, Chinese Matting,
198 i.w LEWER.S &. COOKE.
Vessel Expected from foreign Ports,
BREMEN) Ger. bk Furst Ilismarck, Von Jcr
Vring. Duo May 15-20. H. Hackfcld &
EsquiMALT, H. B. M. S. Triumph. Due
Glasgow, Brit, bk Birmah, Jcnns. Due Inly
1-5. F. A. Schacfcr & Co., Agents.
HoNO KoNO, Ger. bk Hydra, ,
Loading March 13. , Agents.
Liverpool, Brit, bk Lapwing, Dc Gruchy.
Due Mnv 2?-lo. Theo. II. Davies & Co..
Liverpool, Br. ship Isle of Drin, Nicholson.
Loading March 10.
Micronesia, Am. steam bktn Morning Star,
Bray. Now due. E.O. Hall& Son, Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bktnc Malay,
Rust. Loading Feb. I. Agents.
Newcastle, N. . W. Am. ship Ericson,
l'lummcr. Loading Jan. 28.
Newcasi le, N. S. W.. Am. bktnc C. C.
Funk, Glaser. Loading Feb. 1,
Newcastle, N. S, W.t. Am. bktnc Uncle
John, Manson. Now due.
Newcastle, N. S. W.1, Am. tern Win. Ren-
ton, lischen. Due now.
Nkwcastle. N. S. W., Am. ship Kate
Davenport, Howland. Due now.
Newcastle, N. S. V., 'Am. bk Makah,
Thompson. Loading March 23.
Newcastle, N. S. V., Riii,
Loading March 23. Wilder & Co., Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Nor. bk Jalsaljarer,
btocsen. Due April 20-25. '
NEW York, Am. bk Nellie M. Slade, Gould.
Due April 20-25. Castle & Cooke, Agents.
San Francisco, Br. S. S. Mararoa, Edie.
Due April 25-26. V. G. Irwin & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. bgtne W. G. Irwin,
Turner. Due May 5-10. W. G.Irwin & Co.,
San Francisco, Am. bk Forest Queen,
Winding. Due May 1-5. H. Hackfeld &
Co., Agents. ,
San Francisco, Am. tern Emma Claudina.
Matson, (for Ililo). Due May 1-5. ,
San FRANClsco,Am.bktne Mary Winkclman,
Backus. Due May 5-10. H. Haclfcld &
San Francisco, Am. bk Forest Queen,
Winding. Due April 20-25, H. Hackfeld
& Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. bktnc Mary Winkcl
man, JJackus. To follow Forest Queen.
II. Hackfeld & Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. bk F. S. Thompson,
Potter. Loading March 27. For Kahiilui.
San Francisco, Am. schr Ida Schnaucr,
Robertson. Loading Mirch 27. Kabul ui.
Merchant Vessels tJow la Port.
Am. bktne, W. H. DiMOND.. Houdlett
Br. bk Star or Devon Mockett
H. I). M. S. Heroine Blackburne
H. B. M. S. Satellite...-. Allington
Am. bk Sonoma Howes.
Br. bk Natuna Grahn.
Am. bktnc ELLA Howe.
Am. bk Jas. S. Stone Barstow.
Ger bk Apollo Groth
Friday, April 23rd.
Strar C R Bishop, from Hamakuz, Hawaii.
Schr Ehukai, from Waimanalo'.
Schr Liholiho, from Kauai.
Friday, April 23rd.
S S City of Rio de Janeiro, for Hong
Bktne Katie Flickenger, for San Francisco.
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau.
Schr Ehukai, for Waialua.
rnnbiscs leaving this n. IT,
Stmr C R Bishop, for Hamakua, Hawaii.
Stmr James Makee, for Kauai.
Am bktne Ella, for San Francisco.
Schr Malolo, for Laupahoehoe, Hawaii.
Schr Mana, for Honomu, Hawaii.
Schr Waioli, for Onomea, Hawaii.
Schr Liholiho, for Kauai,
From Hamakua, Hawaii, per steamer C. R.
Bishop, Friday, April 23 F. W. Glade,
Prof. Shrolein, and 30 deck.
The schooner Liholiho brought 1,760 bags
The bark Jas S. Stone is discharging coal at
The bark Natuna is loading sugar at the
Pacific Mail wharf.
The steamer James Makee brought 2,740
bags sugar from Waianae.
The S. S. City of Rio de Janeiro sailed for
Hong Kong )esterday afternoon.
The barkentine Ella sails for San Francisco
to-day, taking a full cargo of sugar.
The German bark Hydra wa loading at
Hong Kong for this place March 13th.
The steamer C. R.Bishop brought 3,608
bags sugar and 100 dry hides. She sails again
for Hamakua to-day. -
The American brigaritine W. G. Irwin,
Captain Turner, will be due here from San
Francisco on or about May5lh.
The British bark Burmah, bound from
Liverpool for Honolulu, was spoken March
10th, in latitude 42 dcg. North, and longitude
16 dec. West.
The schooner Ehukai arrived from Waima.
nalo yesterday morning, bringing 400 bags
sugar and tw,o broken mill rollers from that
place. She sailed again "for Waialua last
The barkentine Katie Flickenger sailed for
San Francisco yesterday afternoon, taking 12,
193 bags sugar, 133 barrels molasses, 2,265
hides and 8 bales goat skins. Domestic value,
Kauhr's Assorted Penholders.
I'AltER'S ANTI. NERVOUS PENHOLDERS
Knbbcr Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
Holders jrold mounted. Ivory and Hone
Folders and Paper Cutters, Faber'a Tablet
Erasers, Demson'a Velvet Erasers,
Crystal Rubber, Rubberm wood-pencil
shape. 1 liumb Tacks,
1'encil 1'rotectors, Rubber
Hands of various
shes, etc., etc, ,
for Sate by THOU. O. TIIUV3I.
No, 160 Fout Stmbt.
Mortgagee's Noilco of Foreclosure nnd
accordance with a power of le contained In a
IN mortgage made by TSEU FIN FEE and
LMMA, his wile, of North Kohala. Hawaii, to LK
ASEU, dated the 94th day of March, 1865, recorded
In liber q$, pages 70 and 80, notice Is hereby given
that said mortgagee intends to foreclose said mortgage,
for condition broken, and upon said foreclosure
will sell at public auction at the railway depor, Niuhi,
Kohala, Hawaii, on Friday, the 14th day" of May,
1866, at 11 M. of said day, the premues described in
said mortgage as below specified.
Further particulars can be had of Ashford & Ash
ford, attorneys at law, Honolulu
L. ASEU, Mortgagee.
FremUes to be sold are! Ihdse certain lands at
Niuhi aforesaid, more tiartlcularlv described in Royal
Patent 3664, 1,. C. Award 10I161. containing an area
of soK acres, more or less, and embracing a considerable
area of valuable rice and taro land. sor
Hawaiian Opera House.
lucsday Evening, April 27th, 18S6.
Under the Gracious Patronage of-His
Majesty the King.
SIGNOR ENRICO CAMPOBELLO,
Ilaritone. Of Her Majesty's Theatre, London.
MISS MA V MITCHELL SPRING,
The oung California Prima Donna.
MISS PAULINE ORAN,
MISSES LULU ami ELSIE JORAN,
GRAND OPENINQ NIGHT!
Tuesday Gvenine. April 37th. 1836. with a brilliant
and aried programme, in which the entire company
a Six concerts wilt be given. Season tickets, $10;
single ticKcts, $2.
These concerts will be given under the management
full particulars can be obtained at the office of J.
1 he box plan will be open at Wiseman's office, on
Mercliant street, on Wednesday morning, April 14th,
at nine o'clock sharp, 190 tf
Freeth & Peacock
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
WINE AND SPIRIT
SOLE IMPORTERS OF
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines, John Ex-
chaw's No. 1 Brandy, J. Pellison's 7 and 10.
ear-old Brandy, J. J, MclcHer's
, "Elephant" Gin, H. W.
Smith & Co.'s
'Thistle Dew' Whisky
CoatesJt Co.'s "Plymouth" Gin, &c.
, f ,v '
A FULL LINE OT THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, ETC.,
Constantly on hand and for rale at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Orders Vllleil 1'romjtllu, anil CtnnilM
P. O. Box 363.
Both Telephones, 46.
BASE BALL GOODS.
League, Amateur and Practice
FIRST QUAL. WILTAW BATS,
Men's and Boys' Sizes.
UASE HALL GUIDES FOR 18S6.
fOK SALt AT
HEADS, LETTER HEADS.
NOTE HUWANU&TAIEMUNT IIEADS
printed to order by the
PRESS riHLISIUNC. COMl'ANV.
Bctdftotjfj : POdhc that on Mav
vjw occupied by
nsro. 111 FOBT
Have just received ex. barks "Jas. S. Stone" and "Natuna," a
very fine lot of goods in their line, including
Downer's" Kerosene Oil, 1 50 '
Superior Burning Oil, 130
Cases Charcoal Irons ; assorted sizes Pumps j Refrigerators, all sizes ;
Galvanized Cut and Wrought Nails, assorted ; Galvanized Corrugated ' 1
Roofing, 6, 7, 8 and o-feet lengths ; Galvanized Ridging j Galvanized u
Screws and Lead Washers; plain annealed Fence Wire; Barbed
Wire ; black and galvanized Fence Staples ; Canal Barrows ; Garden
PLOWS tfWD BREAKERS,
of all sizes wanted ; Spades, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, Rakes, Hoes-and
Cane Knives ; all kinds of Packing ; cotton waste Barrels ;
cases Lard Oil. Also, a fine lot of
all sizes, from inch to 5 inches, and Sisal Rope of all sizes wanted.
Besides a thousand other articles, not mentioned above, which are
all for sale
IS JVOW COMPLETE.
Drivers of the Company will notify .Customers
Seven Days prior to Calling for
Clothes. v ,
H. B. Telephone ioo
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
Pacific Hardware Companj
7l anil 70 Fort Street.
Successors to Dillingham
NEW GOODS BY LATE ARRIVALS :
"GOOD NIGHT" PREMIUM SAFETY KEROSENE
OIL, 1500, just received. Recommended by the New
York Board of Underwriters.
Carriage Whips. Bridles of superior manufacture.
TheHICKOK CALCIUM BURNER, power.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, Silver Plated Ware.
New Goods constantly arriving.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Honolulu.
H. E. McmTYBE & BUO.,
IM PORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and . Feed.
I3ast Cornor TTort nncl TCins Streets. ,
New goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe. Fresh Call
fornia Troduce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered t
nny part of the cityree of chtrce. Wand orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post.
ce Uox No. 145 ; Telephone No. 92, 21 iy
WRITING PAPER, WRITING PAPER
Now in btock, with additional Eastern Invoices en
route. A fine variety of the
CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS
Cap, Legal Letter, Note and B PaperJ
Auoited weight! Also Marcus Wards, IrlOi J.inei
I lat I olio and Note pajter, plain, or can be
ruled up to tmt any Older, '
tjios, a, luttvjt,
No. 10O Fort St.
ist thev will move into the store at
C E. WILLIAMS,
Electric Kerosene Oil, 150
P. O. Box, 406.
JAS. G. SPENCER, t ,
Secretary & Treasurer
& Co., and Samuel Nott.
H. F. BERTELMANN,
No. 86 King Street,
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