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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AlVEUTIH.EJLl. JAN U II AY ii'u LK03.
OAUD RAILWAY i LAND CC'Si
FROM AND 1FTER OCT. 1, 189S.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Uouolula G:1G 8:45 1:45 4:35t
Arrive Honallall.7:30 9:57 3:57 5:331
Leave Honoullail.730: 10:43 3:i:i 5:42!
Arrive Honolala.8:35 11:55 4:55 6:501
PEARL CITY LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu.... 5:IO
Arrive Pearl City.., 5:18 ..
Leave Pearl City ...0:55
Arrive Honolulu. ...7:30
t Saturdays only.
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Mon 16 :w.or :jo.co 67 75 o.O'j 71
Tnef I7j30.12:to.or 7!o.na Ho
Wed 1 30.0 30.03 7o 77!o.Ofi 7
Tha 1! 30.09 :0.f!(i 72 7C o.4 7u
Frld 20 ai.o:2'J 971 C7 77;i).04 70
Hat. 21M. 01 20.911 f,7 9;0.(HJ
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Mon.... :.' 220.127.116.11.15 1.0 C.40 6.4- 11.2C
Tnea... U4 10.1C 8.15, 3. 0' 2.30 6.4o' 5.40
Wed... 25 11.20: 9-23 3 CO; 4. 0 C.M 5.40 0.28
Thar... 20 ill. 0 5.10 7. 0 C.: 5.47 1.29
Frl 27 0-30 11.40 C 0 8.3o 6.o'9j 5.47 2.33
Bat 28 1.33! 1. o; C.4o! 9. 0 G.3! 5.4H 3.40
Ban.... 29 2. 6j 2.13j 7.25j 9.30 C.38 5.4'- 4.43
First Qnartr o? the moon on the 24th, at 7b.
Ct'.m., r. M.
Time Whistle hlowa at lh. 2rin, 3ia. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which la the same as 12ti. Cm. Cs.
of Greenwich time.
A It II I VA LS.
Tclsday, Jan. 21.
Schr Mile Morris from Koolau.
Btnir Waialeale, Sniythe, from Hania
kua. lKlAltTI' KKH.
Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Stmr Kaala, Oahan, for Waianae and
Btmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and Ha
waii. Stmr Tele, Smythe, for Kilauea.
Stmr Likehke, Davies, for Kahului.
Stmr Mikahala. Chaney, for Kauai.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Makaweli
AmbkS U Allen, Thompson, for San
Schr Kawailani for Koolau.
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
Schr Mile Morris for Koolau.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr James Makcc, llaglund, for Kapaa,
at 4 p m.
Stmr Tele, Smythe, for Makaweli.
" Schr Kulamanu for I'una.
VESSELS IN l'4ltT.
(Tola list does not Include coaster.)
U S S Boston, Wiltse, Hilo.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, Newcastle.
Am bkt Planter, Dow, Port Townsend .
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson. San Francisco.
Am brgt W O Irwin. McUulloch, San Fran
Br bk Scotch Wizard, Newcastle.
Am bkt Jno Smith, Groth, Neweastle.NSW
Am schr Carrier Dove, Brandt, Callao.
Am bkt Ililo, Ballister, Newcastle, N S W.
rORElQN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels. Where from. Due.
Ger bk II Hackfeld Liverpool.. . .Dec 10
Haw schr Liliu Micronesia. ...Mar 31
Mis bkt Morning Star. Micronesia.. May 2:$
Br bk Tacora Liverpool.. Jan 25-31
Bk Amy Turner Boston Mav 20
II S S Mohican San Fran . ..Jan 25
Schr Li hoi i ho Fanuing's Is. Jan 19
Japcorv Kon-go San Fran... Jan 27
Am bkt M Winkelman. .Newcastle. .Feb 20
Am bk Lady Lampson . .Sydney. . . .Feb 23
For Kahului, per stmr Likelike, Jan 2 1
Miss Hitchcock, Mr Kirkland.J W Col
ville. - S
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Jan 24
E Ii Hendry, Mr Banning. Mr Savior. A M
Sproull, J K Farley, E Strctz.
For Makaweli, per stmr Iwalani, Jan 24
J A Akina, wife and children, J A Cowan,
C M Belshaw, Jas MclJuire.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Jan 24 For the Volcano: J Davis, B F
Hamersly. Other ports: 1) Kekuewa, J
Kekuewa, It Ilycroft. His Ex Gov J T
Baker, Miss Ada Jones, A V llichardson,
I)r Lundy. Ii W Curtis, T C Wills, E Kaup
man, Mr Shorey. S Mahuka, Mr Lindsay,
Robert More.Chas Williams, Henry Smith,
K M Koahou.wifeanddaughter.MissKeahi,
(1 P Kamauoha iltwife'.Mrs icoNorton.Mrs
E P Low and child, F W Mason and fainiiv.
II Vida, Miss Stevens, J P Parker, J W
Young, anl about 54 on deck.
For San Francisco, per bk S C Allen, Jan
24 Miss Edith Holbum.G McAvoy.J S
Harvey, Chas Leonard.
Vnr Kan Francisco, vor bk S C Allen.
Jan 24 Theo II DavU's A: Co. 2l: bags
sugar; Castle & Cooke, 37iu b.ii.'s sugar; F
A Schaefer it Co, 700 bags sugar; C Brewer
A Co, 11.545 bags susa-. Total. 1S.SS bags
(2.3G7.000 lbs) sugar; domestic value, $G1,
The Tails of Comets.
It is well known that the tails of
comets stream away from the sun
and are of very low density. Va
rious hypotheses have been pro
pounded to explain their move
ment away from the sun, but the
most promising is that of a Rus
sian physicist, wdio ascribes it to
the repulsion of the solar radiation
acting on a mass of extreme ten
uity, while, on the other hand, the
attraction of gravitation operates
between the solar mass and the
solid nucleus of the comet.
The same physicist accounts for
the mysterious terrestrial phenom
enon of the zodiacal light in the
same way. He believes that the
earth has also a tail of cosmic
dust, not luminous of itself, but by
reflecting the sunlight. Public
Australia at a. m.
Daily Advertiser, oOe. a montl
Two gentlemen left for the vol
cano by the Kinau vesterdav.
Dr. K. (1. I'eckwith want.s to hire
a. safe carriage hor.-e for a few
It is rumored that Minister
Jones will appoint J. A. McCand
le?s a? Port Purveyor.
The hand will give a concert at
Thomas Square this evening, com
mencing at seven o'clock.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of C. Brewer A: Co. will be
held on the first dav of Februarv. j
m i . T7. , !
io-iav ai noon at ms salesroom.
James F. Morgan will sell twentv
shares of the Pearl City Fruit Co.'s
The Executive and Advisory
Councils of the Government have
taken stens to reneal the ileecinr
i A black and tan terrier has been
j lost. The finder will be rewarded
I by returning it to Phil. Braun, 1S9
! Xuuanu avenue.
George II. Paris, the agent for
the Columbia bicycles, will receive
a number of new wheels on the
The Hawaiian band will fdve a
serenade concert at the Hotel to
morrow evening for the passengers i
on the Australia.
About 250 people have takeir the
oath of allegiance. Of this num
ber about seventy are members of
the standing army.
The Customs officials have been
notified by the Provisional Govern
ment to remove the "crowns of
of gold" from their caps.
Road Supervisor Cummings put
about sixty men to work on the
streets yesterday. More men wflf
be put on from day to day. -
This morning at 10 o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. Fleming on
Beretania street, Jas. F. Morgan
will hold a sale of household fur
niture. The California Fruit Market will
receive its usual supply of ice
house fruits and vegetables this
morning on the Australia. Send in
your orders early.
George P. Denison has beei pro
moted to the superintendency of
the Oahu Railway and Land "Go.
in place of W. G. Ashley who has
been appointed Marshal.
The Chinese who was arrested
on Mr. Ward's premises on Sun
day night for acting suspiciously
was reprimanded and discharged
yesterday in the District Court.
Masuda, a Japanese under sen
tence of death, will be hung at the
Oahu Jail on next Monday unless
he is granted another respite. His
friends are trying to have his sen
tence changed to imprisonment for
Marshal W. G. Ashley does not
intend to make any sweeping
changes in his department at
present. In a few days he will
commence an aggressive war on
the che fa and Chinese lottery
Government clerks and officials
are flocking to take the oath of
allegiance to the Provisional Gov
ernment. The most prominent
ones yesterday were Governor
Baker of Hawaii and Curtis P.
The Advisory Council of the
Government intends to empower
several Notaries Public to adminis
ter the oath of allegiance to all
citizens who may wish to take it.
This is done to save business men
a trip to the Government building.
Mrs. Kahananui, with a few Ila
waiians, is very active and earnest
in circulating correct information
regarding the change of govern
ment, and they find that where the
facts are made known, intelligent
natives all favor the change in the
The formation of the regular
army is going along nicely. Col.
Soper has not decided about the
uniform for the officers and men
as yet, and for the present fatigue
dress will he worn. The Interior
office has been assigned as its mili
David Dayton, president of the
Health Board, has returned from
the leper settlement where he went
to inform the lepers of the change
of government. They received the
information in a quiet manner and
applauded when told that the lot
tery bill had passed.
Some days ago tlje Myrtle Boat
Club challenged the Healanis to
row a race in the harbor. The
last-named club has accepted the
rhallence. but one of the condi
tions is that the contest must take
place in Pearl Harbor. The Myr
I ties have not accepted the condi
i tions as vet.
Letterheads, billheads, receipt
books, shipping receipts and com
mercial printing at the Gazette
uo hi: AI'POIST.
The liusincss Tr.m r,r.ctcil Vs(cr
day Ly the Government Coun
cils. I he ioiluwin 1
iusin. si was trans-
yesterdav at a rno tin-r of the
Executive and Advi-
of the Government :
John .Sheldon, the alb-god editor
of a polyglot sheet known as the
Ilolomua, was summoned before
the Council and questioned as to
the leading editorial which ap
pear. 1 in his paper on the 23d
in.-t. lit. was given to understand
that while the Government invited
all iust criticism, mo inllamma-
tory articles would be allowed pub-
Additional appointments were
made as follows : J. II. Fisher .as
Lieutenant Colonel; George F.
McLeod as Major; W". W. Hall as
Quartermaster; W. P. Tilden as
Ordnance CMlicer ; Ira A. Burgess
as .Second Lieutenant of the regu
J. T. Waterhouse has donated
for the use of the Provisional Gov
ernment a bond of the O. R. L.
Co. of the denomination of $1000.
Steps have been taken towards
the repeal of tho lottery bill.
"V07, rXTJWR MILITIA .
A National Guard Composed of
Three Companies Is Organ
ized. Last evening at the Government
Building an important event took
place when three volunteer mili
tary companies were organized.
Each company will probably con
sist of 100 men. They will be uni
formed and armed with rilles and
as soon as possible meeting places
will be provided for the compa
nies. The- will be known as the
Following is the list of officers:
v Co. A. Capt., C. V. Zieglcr;
1st Lieut., A. Gartenberg ; 2d Lieut.,
Co. B. Capt,, Hugh Gunn ; 1st
Lieut., Arthur Brown ; 2d Lieut.,
L. T. Kenake.
Co. C. Capt., J.M. Camara, Jr. ;
1st Lieut., J. M. Vivas ; 2d Lieut.,
A. G. Silva, Jr.
An Island Paradise.
The Canadian newspapers have
been pointiner with pride to a recent
publication in the city of Toronto :
tl o Ar,.
The publisher's names are Messrs.
Hart and Riddell, and the book in
question is entitled "An Island
Paradise." The author, Mr. H.
Spencer Howell, a gentleman who
has traveled a great deal, spent
some wcel:s in this country, and
this volume is the result of his ob
In speaking of the book one
journal says : "This book is in
every sense a credit to the Cana
dian press. tasteful and
beautiful, the contents are in keep
ing with the externalities of the
book. Mr. Howell writes like a
man who has his eyes and heart
open to the light and glory of this
world. He appreciates the scenes
that have met his view, and he de
scribes them in a style marked by
clearness, purity, vigor and felicity
of expression. We have not found
a dull page in the book. A full
and vivid description of place and
people. Mr. Howell had
the hardihood not onl- to go to the
brink of the fearful Lake of Fire
in Hawaii, he descended into tho
inner basin, to the flaming verge of
the seething, swelling lava.
It is a capital Christmas book.
You will read it with pleasure and
find it instructive."
The book can be ordered through
the local newsdealers.
The Press and Electrical Pro
The editor of the Electrical Re
view says : "The daily newspaper
men of to-day do not apparently
realize the possibilities of the long
distance telephone. Every impor
tant event could be telephoned by
the observing reporter direct to the
composing room and be put in
type, sentence by sentence, as
delivered into the transmitter at
the scene. A foot ball, base ball
or boxing match or horse race
could thus be fully reported, the
quick-eyed scribe telling into his
telephone, which he could carry
about with him attached to a coil
of wire, every incident as it oc
curred, and the newspaper at the
other end could put the matter in
type as fast as received."
Public Moonlight Concert.
The Hawaiian Band (under the
direction of Prof. II. Rerger) will
cive a public moonlight concert at
j.uuiiu iiluulllibln u..tt4,
lhomas quare this (Wednesday)
evening at 7. Following is the
1. Overture "Huntini:".
Polka "Love's Serenade"'... Starke
Finale "Bivouac" Petrclla
Selection "Rose of Castille"..Balfe
Three Hawaiian Songs.
Medley "Italian Melodies"
Patrol "The Chinese" Durra
Dance "The Aloripin."......Thiere
Waltz 'Vienna ronbns"..Strau--
Ledgers with patent backs at the
Di AMo.vi) H?ai Jan. 2-1. 0 p.m. :
Weather, ci-ar ; wind, li ght N. K.
The steamer Hawaii will leave
to-morrow afternoon for Olowalu
The brigantine W. G. Irwin will
leave the first of next week for San
The bark Scotch Wizard will
load sugar for San Francisco after
The steamer Australia is due
this morning from San Francisco.
The steamer James Makee will
come oil the Marine Railway to
day. Her new shaft was placed in
position yesterday. She may leave
this afternoon for Kapaa.
The steamer Pole takes 250 tons
of coal to Makaweli this afternoon.
A four-masted schooner was
sighted twenty miles west yester
day afternoon heading for this
Allen left on
Tuesday afternoon for San Fran
cisco with 1184 tons or IS, SSI bags
of sugar valued at f 01,578.52. Cap
tain Thompson sailed his vessel
out of the harbor without the tug
and without a pilot.
The barkentine Irmgard is ex
pected to leave for San Francisco
on Fridav with about 1 1 SO tons of
As a result of the trial test of
electric launches, made on the
lagoons of the World's Fair grounds
during the past summer, says the j
Philadelphia Record, it was lound
that the launch Klectra was best
suited to iuitiii an tne require
ments of passenger traffic on the
waterways of the grounds, and, as
a consequence, fifty boats of this
design will be built at once. Dur
ing the trial the Electra made a
continuous run of ten miles, carry
ing a load of twenty-five people.
The speed on the lagoons was lim
ited to f miles an hour, and for a
short distance she made from 9 to
11 miles an hour. This interesting
vessel has a length over all of 34
feet, with a breadth of beam of G
feet. She carries 7S storage cells,
each of 125 ampere hours' capacity,
developing a total energy of 2250
watt hours. The propeller shaft is
of rolled Tobin bronze. The elec
tric launch Corcyra, recently built
for J. J. Astor, is fitted up with the
same electrical apparatus and ma
chinery as theElectra.
The great four-master Roanoke
sailed from New York to San Fran
Cisco last month. The Roanoke ii
the biggest sailing ship that flies
the Stars and Stripes, and the big
gest wooden sailing ship afloat.
She carries the largest cargo of
general merchandise ever taken by
anT sailing ship. She was launch
ed at Bath, Me., on August 22 last.
She is Oil feet on her keel, 330
feet from stem to stern and 370 feet
from boom to boom. She is a clip
per ship. Her main and mizzen
masts measure 19S feet from deck
to truck, and her jigger mast is 180
feet high. Her beam measurement
is 49 feet and 10 inches, her
draught between 2(3 and 27 feet.
When loaded the depth of hold is
29 feet 10 inches. Her gross ton
nage is 3549. When all the sails
are set she carries 15,000 square
yards of canvas. The Roanoke
Annual Meeting if Stockholders.
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED.
rMIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
tockholders of C. Brewer & Com
pany, Limited, will ba held at the
Company's Offices on Queen Street, Ho
nolulu, on WEDNESDAY, the 1st
proximo, at 2 o'clock r. r.
TO II I ME FOE
months, a safe
Horse. Applv to
E. (i. DECKWITII.
A CLACK AND TAN
Terrier Pap. Betum to 139
Niiuanu Avenue and receive
PHIL. BRAUN. !
W. McCIIESNEY & SONS
are the authorized Amenta of
Honolulu Soap Works Companv
all orders must be sent.
will be made from the
i Works and no orders for less than 100
JK?"Js r.SxS?,? t- n tc
Tf.., hoxoi.itm; soap works
i CO., Limited.,
F. W. Mi Cin:xr.Y, President.
January 23, 1S93. 32S5 14'Vi-lw
Electric Companv, will be held at the
office of E. O. Hail & Son, on THURS
DAY, Januarv 2oth, ls03, at 2 o'clock
r. :. " E. O. WHITE,
3LN1 4t 1463-lt Secretary.
Any kind of printing at the Ga-
, zette Office equal to work done
Per S. . Australia from San
Fnim ie, rvecived, 2"ith January,
IvXJ, Cawarino's lit fri aerator,
containing a full upp!y of Joe House
Fruits and Vojretab!e; also Apples, i
Nuts, Bai-ins, Smyrna Figs, Date?, j
Fro.t-n Oysters, (VI-.tv, 'aulillower, i
Salmon, Crabs vU
Mutual Tel. :;7. j
C yi.ikiiknia l'i:ni Makkkt. (
tor l he Musical Library of the
late G. L. Iiabcock is now on
the (oi.iKN Ili'LE Bazaar.
ale at !
T Winter & Winter, Dentists.
Otiice, :W Beretania street. CSoM FI1- :
lingS Silver Fillings SB Teeth ;
Extracted, ;) ets. Eastern Price
Mutual Telephone No.
j Xr" The Bon Ton Dressmak
j ing Parlors are now at corner of
j Fort and Beretania streets, open to
! those of Honolulu and vieinitv wish
I ing stylish suits ami costumes, as well
! also as comfortable and neat gowns,
j The public are now enabled to have
j their wardrobes lilted out as well and
j with the same style as can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 323S-lm
fure freSj JlaCiYlie-Iliade Pfli
. .. , ,
1,1 ilniiuU! ,mIlvlJ,wl
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN ARD FRESH!
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Queen and Alakea Streets.
V V. WILSON,
1. O. i',ox 190.
One Hundred Dollars
WILL BUY AN
Complete with Tilting Tower, and a 22'
inch Brass, combined Force and Lift
It is nearly new ; has never been used,
and is complete, ready for setting up.
j?"For farther enquiries, apply to
T. W. HOBKON.
DK. B. I. MOOUE
OiEca: Corner King and Fort Streets
(Over Hobron & Newman's Drug Store.)
OrriCK Hocus: 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.
A NEWLY FINISHED COT
tage at Pa'amri, near King street,
and close to the tramcars. Apply
to C. V. Peterson, over Bishop fe Uo.'s
Hawaiian Stamps Wanted.
ANTED USED HAWAIIAN
Y T Stamps, especially old issues and
surcharges. In exchange for rare foreign
UNITED STAMP COMPANY,
3270-lOt Oamaru, New Zealand.
Power of Attorney.
W. BOOTH IS AUTHORIZED
to act for me during mv absence.
under full ower of attornev.
327:?-(it Mm. ANNA LONG.
EDWIN A. JONES,
Ha3 opened an Office for transacting j
all business in connection with i
Trusts, Purchase and Sala of Bonds, I
Stocks and Real Estate j
And is prepared to Audit Accounts. i
SOffice: 04 Merchant street, j
P. O. Box Noo. 3250-1 m I
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING j
MISS BURROW, 00 HOTEL i
street. Washing Dresses neat- j
ly made lrom-3. htyhsh Cos
tumes and Evening Dresses
from 7 and up.
FOR HID X T.
KESIDENCE RECENTLY Oc
cupied by Hon. A. Rosa, adjoin
ing residence of d.J. Board man.
House new, pleasantly located and hav
ing all the modem improvements.
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
O. E. BOA RDM AN,
3192-tf Custom Hour.e.
Special attention given to com-
j mercial irinting at the Gaze
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump- .
tioa is a germ disease. In ctha !
words, instead of being in the con- ,
stitution itself it is caused bv innu- !
merablc small creatures living in the
mugs naving no business there and ;
eatiug them away as caterpillars do j
the leaves of trees, i
A Germ The phlegm that i j
cougueu up is ttiose j
P3rts of the limes !
w h i c h have been ;
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the '
naked eye, but they are very much j
alive just the same, aud enter the i
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get iuto the
blood aud finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, aud so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well, ti
FOR THE SWEET
Wo keep the Purest and
Host. Novelties in the
Christmas Tree Orna
ments, Hon Hons, ete.
We have an ex
' display for Hol
idays. You are cordially
invited to inspect
HART & CO.
Elitk Ice Crkam
My Goods are New.
My Prices are Low.
My Terms are Cash.
My Store is 75 Fort Street.
My Name is M. S. Levy.
HOSE, WHITE SHIRTS,
Special Line of
Figured Linen Lawns,
A full Line of
Woolen Dress Goods
M. S. LEYY.
MRS. E. TURNER
Has removed her
To Hotel st, Opp. tne Y. M. C. A. Hall
1 Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking
in all the latest styles. The new method
i of form-fittinjr employed (the method
i now used by all the leading dressmakers
! in San Francisco).
! gjTAW work neatly and promptly
j finished. Prices as reasonable as any in
Pianos For Hem
PIANOS IN GOOD ORDEK
MUfolC DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS
km little Speech;
lite Dress Goods
When in the
ouiM of human
'v:its it becomes
i:r.--:iry for the
pri-'pli' to tii.vMilw
tin lio which hind
lluMii t dyspepvia
and kindred Momach
) di.-oidei, and to
assume unioni: the
powers of the earth
ill roy roniplexion
which j;oes hand in
hand with health,
happiness and inde
pendence which the
laws of nature entitle
them to, a decent res
pert to the opinions
of physieians requ i re s
that they first try
tiCSr5' Ask your
uroeor for it.
T WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITHER
JL lare or tmiall quantities of ued Ha
waiian Postage Statu pp, as follows:
(These oilers aie per hundred and any
quantity will be accepted, no matter how
small, at the sumo ratea. ) -'
1 cent, violet $ t0
1 cent, blue (JO
1 cent, green 40
2 cent, vermilion l &o
2 cent, brown 60
2 cent, rose 20
2 cent, violet, 1S01 issue 50
5 cent, dark blue 1 50
5 cent, ultramarine blue W)
6 cent, green 2 50
10 cent, black m 4 00
10 cent, vermilion 5 00
10 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black . 0 00
12 cent, mauve 6 00
15 cent, brown 5 00
18 cent, red 10 00
25 cent, purple 10 00
50 cent, red 15 00
$1, carmine 25 00
1 cent envelope 40
2 cent enveloe 75
4 cent envelope. 1 59
5 cent envelope.... 1 50
10 cent envelope 3 00
SST'No torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. E. WASHBURN,
625 Octavia St., San Francisco, Cal.
By the Steamer City of Ilio do Janeiro
SILK AND CREPE!
For Ladies' Dresses, Ties, ll.ird 'ichiefH.
Crepe Undershirts, Silk i..ow..
jFm great variety of the newest,
useful ornamental articles in
jC"The stock being varj' extensive,
enumeration is impossible. An early
JAPANESE BAZAAR, Hotel St.,
3263 1w J. M. de Sa' e Silva.
A FULL NICKEL COLUMBIA
Bicycle, property of W. S. Malt-
by. Apply of
3Zf-tf UFO. II. PARIS.
For Rent or Lease.
MA LARGE BRICK BUILDING
on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Business Location or for 8torage
Room. For further information, apply
to HARRISON BROTHERS,
GO TO THE
Olfc to tjix:
Table Board $1 per day.
Board and Lodging 2 " "
Board and Lodging $12 per week.
JCtySpecial monthly prices.
T. E. KROUSE, PKoriuETQK.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
KSTIMATES GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in tho hnililinf trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated lrcn, ilinton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors.
California and Monterey Sand, (iranit
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and Hmith
Sts. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 t.m
Telephones Bell 3ol; Mutual 417. Kesi
dence, Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117.
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JloBaos, Newman .t Co., Agents. Ilocolal
IIollister A Co., Wholesale Agenti.
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