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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FERRURAY 8, 1893.
01HO EilLWIY S USD CO.'S
FROM AND 1FTER OCT. 1, 1S2.
A.M. A..H. t.U. P.M.
I .ire Honolulu. -.6:15 8:45 1:45 4:351
Arrive Honoallull.7:SO 9:07 8:57 5:35
l,eT Honoallnll.730: 10:43 3:43 5:41
Arrive Honolala8:35 1 1 :55 4:55 6:50t
PEARL CITT LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu... 5:1U
Arrive Pearl City.., 5:481 .
Leave Pearl City ...6:55
t Saturdays only.
T THE BOVSBHMNT 8CRVXT. PUBLISIHD
BABOM. TBMMO 3
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2. B E"?B
Ban. 29 29.92 29.81 56 T O.fO 65 2-8
Mon 30 29.9329. S8 6j 74 0.04 78-10 ne
Tae 3l29.98'-'J.9l 67 77 0.00 72 10 se
Wed 1129.93 239 C.X 74 0.00 75 ll) it
ThU 2 29. S7 29.75 K5 75 2 .:! 91 9-10 s-sw
Frid S 2J.81 29.7$ 65 75 5.16 86 10 sw-w
Ht. 4 29.87 29 11 65 75 0.12 93 10
Tides. San and Moon.
BT 0. J. X.TOKI.
11.50 10.00; 3.S5
LOO! 1.30; 5.40
1.25; 1.45 6.10
List quarter of the Moon on the 8th at 9h.
4o ruin. a. M.
Time Whistle blows at lb. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which la 4he same as 12b. 0m. Ca.,
of Greenwich tima. '
Tcesday, Feb. 7.
Stmr V G Hall, Simer3on, from .Maui
Schr Luka from Hamakua.
Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Stmr Waialeale, Freeman, for Lahaina
Stmr Mikahala. Chaney. for Kauai.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Kanai.
Stmr Lehua, Fitzgerald, for Hamakua,
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua and Waii
Per W G Hall 630 bags sugar, 22 sacks
coffee, 37 sack3 awa, 1 hor&e. 2 bead cattie,
lcow and calf, 41 bdls green bides, 239
bdls dry hides, and 75 pkgs sundries.
VESSELS IN POKT.
(This list does not Include coaster. i
U S H Boston, Wiltse, Hilo.
HUMS Kon-go, San Francisco.
Br bk Scotch Wizard. Newcastle.
Am bkt Jno Smith, Groth, Newcastle.NSW
Am schr Carrier Dove, Brandt, Callao.
Am bkt Hilo, Ballister, Newcastle, N 8 W.
Am schr Wra F Witzrnann, Johnson.Syd'y
Am sh Eclipse, Peterson, Nanaimo.
Dan bk J G Lotz, Neilson, San Francisco.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, San Francisco.
Am sch Aloha, Dabel, San Francisco.
rORKION VESSELS EU'ECTKI).
Vessels. Where from.
tier bk H Hackfeld Liverpool Dec 10
Haw schr Lilia Micronesia.. ..Mar 31
Mis bkt Morning Star. Micronesia. . May 23
Br bkTacora Liverpool. Jan 25-31
Bk Amy Turner Boston Mav 20
U S S Mohican San Fran.. .Feb 10
Am bkt M Winkelman. . Newcastle.. Feb 20
Am bk Lady Lampson . .Sydney. . . .Feb 28
Haw S S Claudine San Fran. .Feb 7-9
Schr Bowden NewcasIc.Jan 28
Am brgt Lnrline S F ( Hilo). .Jan 31
Br S S China S F(China).Feb 11
Am bk Albert San Fran. ..Feb 15
Am bkC D Bryant San Fran.. .Feb 20
Am bkt S G Wilder San Fran. ..Feb 17
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall, Feb 7 From Volcano: H B Hutch
ings, G B Berger, G D Loud. From way
port9: Captain W Matson, Colonel S Nor
ris, Mr Thoel, W Berlowitz, Masters Na
hale (4), F H Hayselden, Dr Lindley, J
Thompson, James Clark, Master Alawa, C
Blake. Mrs W Maxwell. Mrs Thomas,
Makaelha, Mrs J W Kuaimoku.and 50 on
For Lahaina, per stmr Waialeale, Feb 7,
For Kauai, per strur Iwalani, Feb 7'
10 on deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Feb 7
C Haggens, Max Schlemmer, Chun Hoy,
and 25 on deck.
RATHBURN At Kahuku Ranch, to the
wife of W Rathburn, a son.
Members of Company B Take
the Oath and Ilave a Drill.
Company B held a meeting
last night at the old Arm
ory for the purpose of swearing
in the men. Seventy-three were
present and took the oath, after
which there was a drill.
There are already eighty-six
names on the roll, besides a large
number of others still in the poten
tial mcod. The number of the
company is limited to 120, and the
prospect is that it will be full.
Company A will meet Thursday
night, and Company C Saturday
night, for the same purpose.
The Barracks are already about
full and there will probably be four
hundred men enrolled in the total
force by the beginning of next
Captain B. F. Day, who is well
known here, is expected to arrive
on the Mariposa to take command
of the U. S. S. Boston, in place of
Captain Wiltze, who has been
granted a leave of absence.
rn.M. . 10
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Naalehu Mill, on Hawaii, is$
The Monowai, from the Colonies
may be expected this afternoon.
A cook for a ranch on Hawaii is
wanted. Apply to the Beaver
The rainfall for this month up
xo last night is twelve inches and
The Advisory Council of the
Government did not hold a session
A copy of this veek's Gazette
ought to accompany your letter on
Dr. Lindley, the Government
physician at Kona, HawTaii, came
to town yesterday.
F. II. Hayselden, the ex-Sheriff
of Maui, was a passenger on the V.
G. Hall yesterday.
Three tourists returned on the
W. G. Hall 3resterday, after paying
a visit to the Volcano.
VerjT stormy weather was re
ported last night from Kahuku
Plantation, on this island.
The fifth Raymond & Whitcomb
excursion will leave San Francisco
for this city on March loth.
Roth, the tailor, has a novel fish
receptacle in his show-window. It
is made of water-proof cloth.
Government officials and em
ployees have but four days longer
to sign the oath of allegiance.
The steamer W. G. Hall reports
very rainy weather on Hawaii and
Maui. The Volcano is in a very
f Mr. T. J. King, of the California
Feed Company, will leave on the
Monowai for San Francisco on busi
ness and pleasure combined.
St. Valentine's Day will fall on
the 14th inst. The book stores
have commenced to exhibit their
assortments of pretty valentines.
The adjourned annual meeting
of the Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany will be held on the 15th inst.
at the office of C. Brewer & Co.
An umbrella with a silver handle
was lost last evening on King
street. The finder will please re
turn the same to the Metropolitan
A number of business men, and
ethers who could afford it, donated
the pay which they received from
the Government, for carrying rifles,
to the American Relief Fund.
The O. and O. S. S. Belgic is due
to-day from the Orient, en route to
San Francisco. In case the Mono
wai does not arrive, in all proba
bility the mail will be sent on her.
This season of the year is a
stormy one on the Atlantic ocean,
and on that account the Mariposa,
which is due here on Friday, may
not arrive until Saturday or Sun
day. The total number of deaths re
ported for January is 38. It is the
lowest recorded for that month
during the past five years. Out of
the number mentioned 2G were
In the Bv Authority column in
this issue there appears "Rules and
regulations in connection with the
Acts restricting Chinese immigra
tion, passed at the session of the
Legislature of 1892-1893."
All bills against the Fire De
partment for the month of January
are expected to be in before noon
to-day. Hereafter all bills must
be accompanied with a written or
der from the Chief Engineer.
The news of the raising of the
United States flag on the Govern
ment building reached Kau, Ha
waii, last Saturday, by telephone.
The news was received with much
favor according to all accounts.
The Chinese New Year holidays
will commence on or about the
15th instant. Some of the subjects
of the Flowery kingdom cannot
wait until that date, and have
already commenced celebrating the
event by exploding fire-cracker3
The annual Football game be
tween the town team and the Pu
nahou eleven will be played on
the new baseball grounds a week
irom next Saturdav. Th "Pnri-
fic" team will be tha
town eleven will be
The ladies of the district of Wai-
mea, Kauai, are busy making ar
rangements for a concert for the
worthy object of raising funds for
establishing a small hospital at
that place. The entertainment will
take place about the latter part of
the present month.
Bruce and A. J. Cartwright, exe
cutors of the will of their father,
have asked the Circuit Court to be
allowed $45,SG4.C9 and to charge
themselves with the same sum.
They also ask that a final order be
made for the distribution of the
property remaining in their hands
and for a discharge as executors.
The petition will be heard on the
A SENSIBLE NATIVrE.
16 Says That a
United States is Best.
A native writes from Kauai stat-
Tng that natives in his district are
gradually being won by the new
government. The writer says that
if monarchy could not be restored
he would prefer union with the
United States of America, and
that he would use every means in
his power to enlighten his people
on the subject. Some of his reas
ons for favoring union are these :
1. The sacrednes3 of the tabu
of aliis royalty ended with King
2. America is the leading and
invincible country in the universe.
3. The political rights of the
aborigines will be the same as the
4. The labor contract system
5. The youths of Hawaii will
be privileged to a more liberal sys
tem of higher education.
G. The people will be freed
from the oppressions and aggres
sions of a privileged few.
7. Our products will be entered
into any port of the United States
of America free of duty.
A DELUDED PEOPLE.
A gentleman at Molakai writes
that the Provisional Government
is looked upon unfavorably by the
natives there. Meetings are held
in some of the churches praying
for the restoratioa of ex-Queen
Liliuokalani to her throne and the
continuance of Hawaii's indepen
dence. The writer further stated
that only a few government offi
cials have signed the allegiance
oath, while many have refused to
do so, acting presumably from
false information from friends in
PRAYING FOR THE
The Controversy Between the
Chronicle and the Bishop.
The iteni which appeared in the
Anglican Church Chronicle relat
ing to the discontinuance of the
prayers for the Queen in the church
service has excited some contro
versy. The facts in the matter are
as follows : The Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, being in some un
certaintr of - mind in regard
to the matter, communicated
with the Provisional Government
on the subject. No formal action
was taken by the Government, but
the President sent word to Mr.
Mackintosh, stating it as his per
sonal opinion that, under the cir
cumstances, the continued use of
the prayer for the Queen would
be an indication of hostile feeling
toward the existing Government.
Mr. Mackintosh, it is understood,
before receiving this message, had
already decided that the proper
course was to omit the prayer.
Before proceeding to the service he
received a communication from
Bishop Willis to the same effect.
THE FIRE POLICE.
A Rumor Causes Them Some
The members of the Honolulu
Fire Police held a regular monthly
meeting in their hall Li3t evening;'
After routine business was trans
acted the members discussed a
rumor to the effect that the com
pany was to be disbanded.
For some days the rumor has
been current but up to date no
authority can be found to vouch
for the truth of it.
It is said that the Government
i3 to organize a paid department,
which will do away with the pres
ent Volunteer system, and, as a
result, the companies will all have
to disband. If the rumor turns out
to be correct, it will work a hard
ship on the Fire Police, as they
have lately gone into debt consider
ably to furnish their new hall.
The matter will be brought up
to-morrow night at the meeting of
the Board of Representatives.
In the Circuit Court.
The case of the Queen vs. Lukela
Kaaimanu, felonious branding,
which was still on when the Court
adjourned at 4 o'clock the preced
ing afternoon occupied the whole
of Tuesday morning and part of
the afternoon. At about 2 :30 p. m.
the jury brought in a verdict of
guilty, two dissenting.
The next case taken up was No.
the Queen' vs. J. H. Kana, as
sault and battery, appeal from
Honolulu District Court; Kane
akua for defendant. The jury
brought in a verdict of not guilty,
In cases Nos. 9 and 13, the
Queen vs. Sam and Peter Pedro,
and the Queen vs. Sam Pedro, a
nolle pros, was entered, defendants
A demented native named Papa,
who belongs at Kaneohe, was
locked up last night. He imagines
that he has $50,000 in Bishop's
Bank, so he carne to town to get it,
but instead of receiving the money
he was grabbed by a policeman.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, Feb. 7. p.m.
Weather, thick ; wind, light S.
The deep water American ship
Eclipse is now docked at the new
wharf, and is discharging her cargo
of coal. Captain Peterson says the
bottom of the ship is resting in a
big mud bank.
There was a report along the
front yesterday that a schooner
had drifted on the reef on Monday
night. The report, which was un
true, led Captain B. B. Williams
to remark; that it must have been a
San Francisco water-front schoon
er. A number of people along the
water front expect the Claudine to
arrive to-dav. Her arrival will be
hailed with joy.
The schooner Aloha is discharg
ing her freight at the P. M. S. S.
Co.'s dock. It will be remembered
that on the last trip of the vessel
to San Francisco she carried
twenty-six Japanese,' who were re
fused a landing by the Immigra
tion authorities. It looked for some
days as if Captain Dabel would
have to return the men to this
port, but the matter was finally
arranged, and they were allowed to
land all right.
The U. S. S. Alliance is expect
ed to arrive from Samoa some day
this week. The bumboat men are
happy in consequence as her pres
ence here means business for them.
The friends of Supt. Engineer
Wm. Johnson of the Wilder S. S.
Co. will be pleased to learn that
he is rapidly recovering from his
recent illness, and his familiar fig
ure, after an absence of several
weeks, will be seen again on the
water-front in a few days.
The captains of several whalers
are expected from San Francisco
on the Mariposa to await the arri
val of their respective vessels.
The Danish bark Jordan G. Lotz
possesses a figurehead that is at
once striking, because of the "spring
bottom" pants which adorn its
nether limbs. A movement is on
foot along the front to purchase it
for the World's Fair the figure
head not the vessel.
The old steamer Akamai has
been changed into a schooner. She
has been re-christened the Mahi
mahi and hereafter she .will ply
between this port and different
points on this island.
Three important arrivals are ex
pected to-day : the Monowai from
the Colonies, the Claudine from
San Francisco and the Belgic from
the Orient. Port Surveyor San
ders will have to divide himself to
attend to all of them.
Admiral Gherardi's fleet, com
posed of the Baltimore, Charleston,
San Francisco and York town, has
arrived at Montevideo, Uruguay,
sixteen days from Valparaiso. It
will continue its voyage up the
coast to Hampton Roads and is
expected to arrive about the middle
The latest fish story a sort of
golden jubilee yarn has been pro
mulgated by the Cincinnati En
quirer, as follows : "A whale re
cently captured in Arctic waters
wa3 found to have imbedded in its
side a harpoon that belonged to a
whaling vessel that had been out of
service nearly half a century."
The "Brief History of the Revo
lution" can be obtained at this of
fice or at the newsdealers.
LOST-LAST EVENING ON KING
Street, between Thomas Square and
the Metropolitan Meat Co., an Umbrella
with an Oxydized Silver Handle. The
finder will please return to the Metropol
itan Meat Co. 3298-1 1
I?OR KAHUKU, HAWAII. APPLY
: at the Beaver Saloon (Nolte's.)
I Adjourned Annual Meet ins:.
A MEETING OF THE 8TOCK
holderB of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Company will b9 held at the office of C.
Brewer & Co., Queen Street, on WED
NESDAY, February 15th next, at 10
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary II. A. Co.
Honolulu, February 7, 1893.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED GIVE NOTICE
X that their Check on Bishop A Co.,
No. 95), dated Honolulu. lth January,
1893, value $268.42, payable to L. Ake,
has miscarried in the mail. Payment
has been stoppeu. All persons are
cautioned against negotiating same.
HAWAIIAN PORK PACKING CO.
For Sale !
Collie Pups. Apply to
PAUL R. ISENBERG,
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
J3T For Bargains in New and
Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu ami Kinpr streets.
fil Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, BureaiH, Cbefloniers, Steamer
and Verauda Chairs, Bed Lounges,
Sofa?, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
Sewing Machiues, Whatnots, Meat
Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
ISaT The Musical Library f the
late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at
the Golden Rule Bazaar.
gjgr The Bon Ton Dressmak- j
ing Parlors are now at comer of
Fort and Beretania streets, open to
those of Honolulu and vicinity wish
ing stylish suits and costumes, as well
also as comfortable and neat gowns.
The public are now enabled to have
their wardrobes fitted out as well and
with the same style as can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 323S-lni
NOTICE IS HfcUEBY GIVEN THAT,
1 have this day appointed Mr Frank
II. Cooper Manager of the general Ex
pressage and Drayage Business hereto
fore conducted by me at No. 81 King
Street, in the City of Honolulu. Mr.
Cooper will act under full power of at
torney from me for the purpose of such
Signed. M. N. SANDERS.
Honolulu. Jan. 30, 1803. 320 Mm
UM KOW HAS BOUGHT THE
J Restaurant of Tung Yee Tung on
Bethel Street, and will c ntinue to carry
on a First-class Eating House.
gj& Good Meals at all hours for 2oc.
only. 3291-1 w
Ice Cream Parlors
Are well known for their excel
lent quality of
Fine Ice Cream,
Culce-B, Candies, I'ioH,
Ice Cream Sodn, Sherbet,
Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc.
The moat attractive collleclion of
> NATIVE FANS a specialty.
85 Hotel Street.
FOUR YOUNG RAMS, HALF ME
rino and half Southdown.
tJSTFor further particulars apply to
Mr. Lowell, at the office of M.
W. McChesney & Sons. 3289-tf
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor. Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms,
Pantry, Kitchen, Sewing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered
Rooms. Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
smaller property and cash or security.
All the buildings are new. une block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
A NEWLY FINISHED COT
tage at Panama, near King street,
and close to the tramcars. Apply
to C. F. Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s
MISS BURROW, 99 HOTEL
street. Washing Dresses neat
ly made from $3. Stylish Cos
tumes and Evening Dresses
from $7 and up.
RESIDENCE RECENTLY OC
cupied by Hon. A. Rosa, adjoin
ing residence of G. E. Boardman
House new, pleasantly located and hav
ing all tho modern improvements
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
3192-tf Custom House.
fsone from the Islands, Charles T
Wilder lias full power of attorney to act
for the firm of Wilder & Co., and also in
any personal matlers.
32SMf W . C. WILDER.
Special attention given to com
mercial printing at the Gazftte
' I have been a great
Asthma. sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise auyofthe
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Boschee s German
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
reliet and a gentle re
reshing sleep, such as I had not had
"or weeks. My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I tound tnysell rapidly gaining in
tiealtn aud weight. I am pleased
o iuiorin inee unsolicited mat l
am iu excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Syrup. C. B. Sticknsv,
Picton, Ontario. O
The Provisional Government
ALL WORK ON SUCH AS
Watches, Clocks, Chronographs,
Chronometers, Musical, Nautical, Surgi
cal, Optical and all other fine Instruments
entrusted to the undersigned is gua
ranteed to be Batiefactory. Stick to the
Provisional Government and get a fair
deal . Guaranteed to be on time I
V. J. FAGERROOS,
Watchmaker, Hotel St., No. 55 McLean
Block, opposite the Shooting Gallery.
Mi. R. I. MOORE
Offica: Corner Kin? and Fort Streets
(Over Hobron & Newman's Drug Store.)
Office Hours : 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.
POI !P0I ! !
Pare and Fresh Machine-made Poi
In Quantities to suit individual
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FRESH 1
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.
Queen and Alakea Streets.
W. F. WILSON, Manager.
CS7"Bell Telephone 538.
P. O. Box 490.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by K,
VV. Holdsworth, containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing an
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen, u rounds iiUOxlUo leet, well laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
bouse in rear of main building.
R. I. LILLIE,
2822-tf with Theo. H. Davies A Co.
MRS. K TURNER
Has removed her
To Hotel st, Opp. the Y. M. C. A. Hall
Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking
in all the latest styles. The new method
of form-fitting employed (the method
now used by all the leading dressmakers
in San Francisco).
gjff"Al work neatly and promptly
finished. Prices as reasonable as any in
the city. 3234-tf
EDWIN A. JONES,
Has opened an Office for transacting
all business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Stocks and Real Estate
Aud h prepared to Audit Accounts.
j6P,OFFicK : 91 Merchant street
P. O. Box No. 55. 3250-1 m
Vhe Daily Advertiser is deliver
ed by carriers for 50 cents n mo nib
Ring up Telephones HS. Now ii
the time to subscribe.
One of the best re
commendations of Taro is
the longevity of the Ha
waiian race. Belter phy
sical specimens cannot be
found anywhere and
when it is convenient that
their chief article of diet
is taro the same beneficent
results should follow its
use br foreigners.
Asa matter of conven
ience for the preparation
of dishes for the table, the
Hawaiian Fruit and Taro
Co., manufacture Taro
Flour. Unlike paiai or
poi it will keep for an in
definite period in any
climate. As it requires
four pounds of fresh Taro
to make one of Taro
Flour its strength is
T5 Ask your grocer
I WILL PAY CASH, FOR EITHER
large or small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postage Stamps, as follows :
(These offers are per hundred and any
quantity will bo accepted, no matter how
small, at the same rates.)
1 cent, violet
1 cent, blue
1 cent, gTeen
2 cent, vermilion 1
2 cent, brown ...
2 cent, rose
2 cent, violet, 1S91 issue
5 cent, dark blue 1
5 cent, ultramarine blue
6 cent, green.. 2
10 cent, black 4
10 cent, vermilion 5
10 cent, brown 2
12 cent, black . GOO
12 cent, mauve 6 00
15 cent, brown 5 00
IS cent, red. 10 00
25 cent, purple 10 00
50 cent, red 15 00
$1, carmine 25 00
1 cent envelope.
2 cent envelope
4 cent envelope.. 1
5 cent envelope 1
10 cent envelope 3
gjCTho torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. K. WASHBURN,
C25 Octavia St., San Francisco. Cal.
By the Steamer City of Rio do Janeiro
SILK AND CREPE!
For Ladies' Dresses, Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Crepe Undershirts, Silk toiiuwls.
fJtyA creat variety of the newpRt.
useful ornamental articles in
CQFTho stock being vary extensive,
enumeration is impossible. An caTly
JAPANESE BAZAAR, Hotel St.,
32G31w J. M. ije Sa k Silva.
A FULL NICKEL COLUMBIA
Bicycle, property of W. S. Malt-
by. Apply of
3265-tf GEO. II. PARIS.
For Rent or Lease.
A LARGE BRICK BUILDING
on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Business Location or for Storage
Room. For further information, apply
to HARRISON BROTHERS,
GO TO THE
Oil TO TIIXC
Table Board $1 jer day.
Board and Lodging f2 " "
Board and Lodging f 12 per week.
3GfSpocial monthly prices.
T. E. KROUSE, Proprietor.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
ESTIMATES UIVKN ON
nil kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the building trade at
tended to. Keeps foreale: Brick, Lime
Cement, Iron Stone Pine and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated iron, Minton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors.
California and Montc;ey Sand, (ranit
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and Smith
Bts. Office Hours S to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m
Telephones Bell 351; Mutual 417. Resl
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117.
I!!r o Ii aclrnowlft1r,'l
the h-ftiline remedy for
(Jonorrhopa A- tiltr I.
The only fare reine'ly for
lirncorr h'i or W Iiitea.
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