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SATURDAY, DECEMBER !, M.
Hotter o(njr evrnli of Intrrnt lranplrlng- on
Die other Islands will alway be thankfully rtcriTed
for publication Correspondents rf requ.sl.d to
append th.lr true names to alt communication!,
not for publication necMiarlly, but a a jrtiarantee
that the writer l acting In irood faith
Adertlternenti muit be tent in ny rriday noon,
No Insertion for the current lime can be rcnaran-
teed when tent In later. Adertneri will
the number of In.ertlom deilred, from which date I
they charge, any not o marked win be charged j
Double-column advertisements, cuts and larjre
typet will not b. admitted Into our colnmn
neither will advertisement be admitted Into "read
nor column!, at any price There rulei will be
rigidly adhered to,
A happy New Year In all.
The tcanmllp Mmfmi will il for China
i were sSiwii a enwnletfctt AmerJean
The ilwrmometcr rcgbtrretl 62' In tltt shade
' 1S81" will I Mr. Cruran'i theme Sunday
morning, and " 18S3?" Sunday ciening.
Although the wet season ha well set in, it
is occasionally necessary for the vrater.irlnlf
ler to parade Ihe street.
At the photographic t;.illcrlc of A. Mon
lano and William .It Co. a number of new
Island i lew arc on exhibition.
The social al I'nrt-strcel Church on Thurs
day dcnlng wa one of the most enjoyable anil
successful that ban been given in I lonolulu.
Mr, Dodd will put on a line of liitssc to I'.v
lama next week. This will be a great conic
nience to a lari;c number of people in that
part of town.
I'orl Surveyor Morrill discovered thirty tin,
of opium In the fore-peak of the harkentiric
ti'likiliit l-xst Wednesday. More tins were also
found Ihe next day.
An old gentleman named Coleman made an
unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide last
Thursday by cutting his throat. I Ic it nt the
Queen' Hospital anil is doing: well.
We call the attention of our reader to our
San Francisco correspondence, also to the San
Francisco commercial letter, Ixilh of which
will be found instructive and interring.
There was an unusually large attendance at
the band concert nt Kmma Square last Satur
day afternoon, the piogrammc being specially
adaptcil for the Christina holiday season.
An item in reference to our " pioneer pack
et " which wa standing on n galley of "dead
matter," accidentally got into the column of
the 1'RK.ss last week and wa printed in the
first few copies.
Mcrchaut street is to lie widened from the
new Gatetle building to Tort street. Why not
have begun at the l'ost Ofiicc and recommend
the tiiniming down of the most unsightly ob
struction on the street ?
The banquet given to the Masons of llono
lulu by the King last Wednesday evening
msscd olf very pleasantly. Several toast were
promised and responded to, and it wa not un
til the noon hour of night that the party broke
A lieauliful screen of Kensington embroidery
i on exhibition and sale nt T. (3. Thrum's
Kort-strecl store, the handiworkof Mis Annie
Movie, recently from San l'rencisco, who, we
learn, contemplate opening a school for in-
Btruclion In this latest of ladies' art work.
A Mr. 13. Uowc has established a new busi
ness In town, though in an out-of-the-way
locality, being in Ihe rear of Ihe Hay Horse
Saloon, where he is completing his electro
plating works fur gold, silver, nickel, copper,
etc., as may be desired.
We have seen a number of South Sea Is
landers, who expect to soon return to their
homes, providing themselves with firearms.
We need not lie surprised to hear news of
stirring cscnts in their islands when they re
The mail carrier . to Una and Waialua
reached the latter place last week in 1 state of
intoxication, and several parties complain of
their letters when received. He passed one
place without stopping to deliver the mail, and
when siokcn to aliout it was quite abusive in
Aliout 37 or 3S of the laliorcrs of the I Iccia
plantation have "struck " woik, on the ground
that their contracts were with Mr. John Mc
Keague and not with the Company to whom
the plantation was sold. Suit has been brought
against the recalcitrant laliorcrs and the case
is now pending.
List Saturday evening Honolulu was quite
lively; the store having holiday goods for sale
and the auction rooms were all crowded until
n late hour, and the streets were full of people.
The stores were brightly lighted and all that
was necessary to make it apjiear like a, real
Chriitnu season was a snap of cold weather.
A lloston dispatch says, n case of what is
lielicvcd to In; genuine leprosy lia developed
iu the Almshouse at Salem. Charles Deih),
the victim, ruined from San Francisco recent
ly, lie U well educated and fur some scant
was chief botanist at Honolulu to Quern
Kinui.i. lie lias lieen isolated and his clothing
Thefollow'ingUlhcpnigraminefor the Hand
Concert at Kinnu Squaic at 51JO )'. St. today!
fhcitui, uI'miuI' lUch
Cuvaliiu, TlKiJl", Kuinl
Quuk IVUa, "TomJo . . .Slrauu
Uttmirs, " Titus" Mouis
Sltkm, "Nabucco" VtrJi
The lund will gie u New War's conceit on
New Yen's Day in Duma Squaic, commenc
ing al J o'clock in the afternoon, weather per
We welcome to our shores Mr, A. D. Hell
of . the .V.im 'txindhii .tcn Aa, for a season
of relaxation from editorial labors, and we
doubt not lie will feci a tlveer Intel est in the
Islands and its induvtiie from the uiani' lut
llcn he hi fought in behalf of the treaty and
laUir interests of Hawaii, Though not known
iwrtoiully, perhaps, to many of our people,
)ct tlnougli his ably conducted journal he is
no stranger to us. Mr, Hell is actxiiniunlcd
by hliifc, and we feel assured they will meet
with a cordial reception in their sisit here.
The following item we dip from the San
Francisco Cxll: A. U. SpieckcU ha returned
from M-irysville, after pui craving sixty head
of work horses. The herd will be sent to the
Sandwich Islands on oneol the sailing vessels.
The avcravc price paid was aliout $140 per
head, which is considered rather high. Cali
fornia farmers who lave been thoughtful
enough to 'weed vsoik horse are now receiv
ing a handsome return for the investment. It
is a noticeable fct that hoist are scarce in
The Miwion C'hililrcn'j .Society will meet at
trie renlenceof S. N. Castle thi evening.
The vecttof Ihe vvlv.tlinf fleet Imbd-I sooth
wrtril on their winter crahe arc iKsjinnlnu to
call at Honolulu.
The Teitehm' AwiektlfMi will hoM It an-
I null. meet inc at the etry of Ihe llclhtl church
'r t... .. I llt...lt. nf ..! .it.
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The lower psrt of Tort street I Mntj iihc
adamired, anil It i Imped it will be much im
proved when the rond Mipervfonr get tlinwgh
Owing to prow of work nt the SATURDAY
I'RKM office and the large amount of traec re
quired for late advertisements, the "llawaijan
Almanac and Annual" cannot lie imietl until
The City of Sydney arris 11! from the Const
last Monday night and wiled for the Colonic
aliout noon. She brought a large iiumlier of
tttengcr, among whom were II. A. I'.
Carter, S. 0. Wilder, C. II. Jiulil, I'. C.
Jone, W. O. Irwin, Samuel l'arkcr, S. T.
Alesariilcr, J. C. Glade, II. Watethousc, W.
I'. Foster, and other islander.
The United State steamship Atiiiht, re
cently in our iort, will return to Honolulu to
be present during the coronation. The Essex,
stationed at Callao, Peru, cracked the crank-
pin of her propeller shall. A new one wa
sent to her from the State, and she may jet
reach here, en route to China, in time fur the
flic Ubraryand Reading Huom Association
gase trie second o their scric 01 entertain
ment al their hall last I'riday evening. The
programme consistcil of selection from Dick
ens' Christmas Carol read by A. !', Judd, A.
T. Atkinson, V., I'. Adams, Mrs. i:..l Adams
and Mis I.. Carter, and musical selection by
the Amateur Quintette Club. The service
were scry interesting anil -ss ere thoroughly en-
joved by the audience.
We notice lli.it that portion of the Honolulu
district situated al the fool of Punchbowl and
extending fiom Mr. Irishman's qunry along
to the upper terminus of Kmma street I be
coming thickly settled, and new lots arc con
stantly licing laid nut and tenements erected.
Hut, white we arc pleased to see these remind
ers of the growth and incrca.se of population,
we confess to a doubt as to the propriety of
sapping Ihe already scanty water supply of the
already built-up portion of Ihe town, to provide
either for the pockets of landlords or the con
venience of- new tenmtx. This matter needs
attention, and we shall notice al greater length
in our next issue.
A game of liascball, to be played on New
Vear's Day, has been arranged between the
Spreckelsville nine nnd one comoscd of young
men living in Wmluku. The game will lie
played at Kahulur. ...Mr. Henry Cornwcll
arrived on Wednesday per I.ikclikc; nnd, not
withstanding the fatigue incident to the trip
from Honolulu, was able to take a ride from
Waiknpit to Wniluku and return on the same
day of his arrival . . . .The residents of Wailuku
and vicinity are rejoicing os cr the fact that a
sidewalk is licing built on the principal street
of the town. Sidewalks base long been needed
in Wailuku, ami It seems a pity that the work
could not be continued until every street should
posses these much needed conveniences....
A most horrible tragedy was brought to light
at Sprcckclssillc on Wednesday last. The
IkhIj- of Mrs. I'ompar, whose husband is cm
plo)cd on the plantation, was found in one of
the cane fields, nearly divested of clothing
nnd mutilated in a shocking manner. The
murdered woman was the daughter of Mr.
Henry Hell, who has lieen for many years a
resident of Wailuku. No clue to the murderer
has )cl lieen obtained, but es cry effort is licing
made to throw light ujioii the matter. A re
ward of ,$200 has already lieen offered by the
A taxpayer would adsise the Minister of
Finance to instruct the collector of Kohala
hereafter in his duties. No one seems to have
seen or known of any public notification being
given as to when and where the taxes would be
rollcctcd. People have had to find that out
forjtheinselses, or be reckoned among thedc-
dclinqucnts; but they do not like to suffer foV
the sins of ofiicial,.., Preparation arc going
on lor a Lnristmas tree in Dramatic Hall,
Kaiopihi, for the children, at 5 I'. M. Satur
day. . . .The recent rains in Kohala have been
copious and not, as was the case last year, cold
anil blighting, but warm and life-giving. The
consequences have liecome manifest in the
cane-fields throughout the district. The )oung
cane especially is starting to grow at a marvel
lous rate; )ou can almost sec it rise. The
planters are, of course, in great glee, and are
counting on an extra good scar. The mills
now grinding arc: Hart's, Star, Union and
Hawi. The others soon will lie. President
Arthur's little paragraph in his message aliout
our treaty inspire new hojic in the minds of
sonic who were previously faint-hearted as to a
renewal. The loss of the treaty would be a
paralstic stroke for Kohala.... Kona rejoices
over the acquisition of a two-wheeled vehicle,
imported from England, the only one in that
district. Another milestone rccordvd in the
march of civiliution,,.,Koads in Kona are so
bad that it Is often necessary to travel armed
with an ax to clear the way of brush and other
obstructions. It is necessary, also, to be pro'
id eil with horse shoes, nails, etc., the roads
are so rough for animal,.,, The schooner JJa
Schnautr, Captain J. K. Sjienccr, arrived nt
1 1 ilo Dccemlier 161I1, from San Francisco.
She made the passage in sixteen days, bunging
four passengers, . . .The schooner JArry IMJi,
Captain Paul, from Port lllakely, arrived at
llilo Dccemlier 1C1I1, with lumUr for V. C.
Reed. She it a new three-masted vessel, with
perfect model, and made the passage In twenty
one day.... A grand luau was given at llilo
Dccemlier 19th, Ihe occasion Ui'ng the birth
day of a child of I Iun. J, 11. Nawahi. A
splendid entertainment was git en at his resi
dence, and there was a v cry large gathering of
foreigners and natiscs. A large lanai had
been made on his fine grounds for the occasion.
The foreigners sat down to the feast at 11
o'clock noon; In the afternoon ami evening
the natiics lud their feast, All of thevoung
men of llilo boarding-school were Invited,
and a great many of them were present. In
the evening thcgiound were brilliantly lighted
with a great number of large torches, and
presented beautiful appearance. Mr. Nawahi
never does anything by halves. The occasion
will long I ploaiilly remembered by llmse
w ho lud Ihe pleasure of being prevent. The
entertainment lasted from noon to 10 I-. si.
TitS MARINE RAILWAY,
The Marine Uaiiway may be said now to be
all but complete, and in a few days will be in
operation. The island steamer ,Mlii will lie
the first vessel placed upon the dock, and upon
completion of the repairs to be made uiviu her,
the steamers l.iktliit and t.tkuj will In suc
cession be hauled up.
Some time since, we gave in our columns a
succinct account .of the railway ami its uroncueJ
I pUil of worliflg, A this was done just prior
li (lie inuiiclilngoflhe extreme scctiun, now
that thi 1 radle Is in place and almost completed,
it will not lie out of place to attempt a brief
description of it and the method by which It Is
to lie worked. It I a moveable superstruc
ture, so arranageii a to slide Ihe entire length
of Ihe track, consisting of a heavy wooden
framework, in length alxmt 17S feet and corre
sponding In width with the track upon which it
run. The friction surface of the cradle i
termed of four heavy sleeper running arallcl
with each, other ami corresionding with the
way lwneath, and over which they run on
et of wheels each of which are Hanged at
both ends i as to fit the Iron rails upon which
Ihe cradle is designed to run. Upon these
sleepers, resting Iramscrscly, arc heavy tim
licrs placed at regular Intervals throughout the
entire length of the cradle. To these and
throughout the entire area, a heavy plank floor
is securely fastened. Itoltcd to, and arising
from the extremities ofthec joists on cither
side, are heavy knee, which lieing prolonged,
form the arms of the cradle, which arise suffi
ciently high to admit of strappings licing ex
tended from them to the deck and upper works
of the vessel when In place. On the lloor, on
cither side, several running block arc .so ar
ranged as to be easily slid Into position under
Ihe vessel, and when placed, arc effective in
preventing all lateral movement.
The cradle is worked back and forward on
Ihe track by means of two endless cable at
tached on each side near the two middle
sleepers, these having motion imparted tothem
by a xiwcrful engine, the gearing of which is
so arranged that the track itselfby being abut
ted against it, acts as a brace which holds it in
position while carrying ntrain. When it Is
intended to receive n vessel, the cradle is run
out to the submerged end of the track and the
vessel floated into it and there properly se
cured, after which Ihe cradle with its burden is
rapidly elevated and the whole soon high ami
dry, the lime usually occupied in the operation
varying from a few minutes to an hour, accord
ing to the sire of the burtlicn. The first trial
will probably lake place sometime in the early
part of next week, and will doubtless consti
tute an event which many will be eager to sec.
In conclusion, as we have before said, we
believe in, ami hope for, the ultimate success of
an enterprise which few men would lie ener
getic and liold enough to undertake. To Mr.
S. (3. Wilder belongs the entire credit of hav
ing prosecuted so huge an undertaking from
lieginning to end.
Cfh'ST.VAS SEK VICES AT THE
On Suhday last at Fort-street Church an ex
cellent programme of appropriate Christmas
song was given by the Sunday-school chil
dren. The congregation wa unusually large,
and the children did their parts splendidly.
Mr. Cmian' address or sermon to the young
folks was listened to with attention and was
enjoyed by the older children with young
heart. The floral decoration of the church
were neat and appropriate.
In the evening there was a Christmas praise
service with selections appropriate for Ihe sea
son. The following was the order of service:
Ofienin;; Voluntary: Pastorale. ... Mtrktl
sir. si. 11. ionks
Christmas Anthem: "Itchold I brine sou elail tidings."
POKT-ST. ciioik Str John l.oit
J. A. CRL'ZAN. .
I.et the svords of my mouth." JfaumhitA
Heading of Old Testament Lesson.
KRV. S. C DAMON, II. D.
Hmn: "Joy to the world, etc, ... I.. Mason
CHOIR ANU CONGkLGATIO-t.
REV. S. C tIAIION. II. P.
Kesponse: u I waited for the Irfird." . . Mtiulthsehn
Reading New '1 efttamcnl Lesson.
1. A. CRL'ZAN.
Anthem: 'M wilt Praise 'I"hec, ... Fanntr
hlF-SSRS. YARNDtKV ANU
ltsmn: "While shephenls ualdi
:ietr IIocls bv
CHOIR ANU CnS'CUFOATlnN.
I. A. CRCZAN.
Anthem: Jubilate. .... W'ray Taylor
Hymn: "Hark, the herald angels sing." Ntn.lthtohn
CIIOIK ANU CONOhhCATION.
4. A. CRUIAN.
I'ostludio: "Hallelujah Chorus," (from the Messiah)
IK. SI. II. JONKS. IIanJet
At the llcthcl Dr. 1X1111011 took for his text
(he second verse of the fifth chapter o Micah.
This prophesy on the coming of Christ was
announced 700 years before its fulfillment a
length of time we did not realize. There were
two iuqiortant event in the life of our Savior,
viz: His life and Hi death, but the text gave
three (mints for consideration: First, I lis prc
cxistciicc; second, His birth ; and third, His
reigning triumphant over death, which truths
were expounded in a clear and forcible man
ncr. The choir selections and hymns were ap
propriate as usual to the season and subject,
and the decorations of the chnrch were beyond
the average, being very pleasing indeed with
its profusion of ferns.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral a communion
service was held at 7:30 A, M., and at II A.
M, a full choral service. The decorations,
consisting of flowers, ferns and palm leaves,
were very l.indsonic. The congregation was
very large, among others present licing the
King. The Christmas sermon was preached
by Ucv. A. Mackintosh, In addition" to the
special Christmas hymn was a ledcum com
iHised liy .Mr. Wray laylor. Ihe service
opened bythe "Hallelujah ChoruV'and closed
with the plating of "Hawaii l'onol" by the
THE TEMPERANCE MEETING.
The meeting at the vestry of Fort-Street
Church on Tuesday evening of last week, to
understand the situation of the question, as
shown by the working of the new liquor law,
was largely attended, nnd by a more varied
class than has Ikx-ii usual at similar gathering.
Remarks bearing upon the actual condition of
the native ps-ople esiecially were made by
Miss I trees, city missionary, and Mrs. Cooke,
Sr., as to the changes they met with among
them. Dr. N. 11. Kmcrson, in his rounds as a
medical practitioner; Mr. A. 1". Cooke, as to
its effect on the wharves and among seamen;
Mr. C. M, Cooke, as to It Influence upon the
honor of Hawaiian to meet commercial en
gagements, conqurcil with their former ex-
iciience with them, R-sidcs several others,
which, together with the letters read from
putnts on the various islands, presented a sad
picture indeed of the rapid dow nw ard tendency
to the evils of iutosicatlon among the native
race. Of course the bulk of the evil, was ob
servable in this city and the village adjacent,
more than on other islands. In fact, Chief
Justice Judil testified to the condition of af
fair at I-aluiiu recently. He also read ex
tracts from Ihe late Dr. Judd' journal bearing
upon a similar condition of trouble from the
foreigner greed of gain at the succession of
Kuakini to Hoki't governorship of Oahu, in
iSji, The meeting throughout was very in
teresting, from the facts presented, and gave
all present many subjects for careful thought.
Mr. T. II. Davie icnuikesl upon Dr. Unur-
sou and Mr. C. M. Cooke's statements that if
Honolulu, a the Pari of the group, drew the
people of the other islands and other districts
into it, only to give thcus lulJts of ilissiialiou
and to lose what commercial honor they have,
it become a sad but very simple question as to
how long this people can exist. The Govern
ment, he. thought, could not shut ill c)eto
such facts a was here presented.
The meeting was presided over by Mr. A.
Pratt, Mr. II, Johnson acting at secretary,
who, toward the close, presented tome sta
tistic from the police court record which bore
oui the sad fact of increase of intoxication
under the new law.
Some excellent music, provided by Miss
Judd, interspersed the evening' exercise! a
quartette, liy" Mr. Jordan, Mr. Hell John
on nnd Messrs. C. M. Cooke and W. it. Hall
and a trio, by Mrs. . J. I-flwcry, Mrs. John
son and Mr. W, II. Hall, liesidc appropriate
selection from the "Gospel Hymn."
TILE MOEIIONUA CASE.
An Important cflse, and one which has ten
the subject of much comment, was tiled lieforc
the full court sitting in llanco tin Wednesday
last, the 20th instant, wherein the King and
Queen were plaintiffs, and Ihe heirs of the
Moehonna estate defendants. This wa a case
in ejectment based iqion the averment that
Kahamtauwai the wife of Kanort was the legal
heir of Moehonua and that the plaintiff had
acquired n title in fee simple by purchase to a
certain portion of the landed estate. The case
was submitted to the court ujion an agreed
statement of facts involving much evidence
that Irad been elicited al former trials of the
same cause. The estate Is n large one com
prising many distinct and valuable tracts of
land situated in various parts of the islands.
The estate having been before the Probate
coutt, the following persons were declared
heirs : Keawcamahl, Alapai and Knnuikl her
husband, Kckiiaihc, W. I II. Moehonua, Ka
allau, Kcohokli, Kaiapa, Komo, Kamahana,
Kukuilati, Nua, jnno, Hukllani, S. Adamii,
Hlpa (makua). Hlpa (opio), Kolca, D. Kaia
lau, Kapcna, Ilaui, Kaiwi, Puaiole and Ila
naiimoc. At the April term of the court In iSSl, a
suit In ejectment wa brought aghinsl Keawe
nmahi, one of the ilrclartJ heirs, by Kapiolani
and others, claiming ns heirs, .to obtain posses
sion of piece of land at Kalia In Waikikl ; but
the suit was subsequently discontinued by the
plaintiffs. The same action was again brought
forward at the April term of the court in 1SS2 j
but this time by Kapiolani alone, claiming
right by furthau from the alleged heir, Kalia
naauwal. Hut a nonsuit wa granted by the
court for nils-description. Next a petition was
filed by His Majesty (May g, 1SS2,) claiming
a heir of Moehonua by descent from Aikana
ka. This case wa tried, once before the Chief
Justice, and again before a jury presided over
by Judge Austin. The claim was defeated in
both Instances. Again the claim of title pur
chase from the alleged heir Knh.ina.iuwai is
Iwforc the court this time in llanco. And a
suit in Equity has also been presented to set
aside three Hoyal Patents issued in the name
of Moehonua, from an award to his wife of
whose estate he was appointed administrator,
for alleged fraud by Moehonua in placing his
own name therein. It is alleged by the plain
tiffs, that he held the estate in trust for the
heirs of Kaunuohua, his deceased wife, and his
nets were in fraud of their rights. The de
fendants, however, allege that he held for him
self as sole heir; that his application to the
court for letters of administration upon the es
tate of his wife, alleged his own heirship, which
no one until now, alter the lapse of 30 years,
has come forward to dispute ; and that having
held adversely for so long a period, he and his
heirs have acquired title to the estate by pre
scription, and can hold that title against any
heir, should there be one actually living.
THE GOVERNMENT LfllRARV.
Kin ron l'RLSs: I notice in the I'Rr.ssof the
loth inst. a complaint from some one at finding
the "Government Library closed during office
hours, to the inconvenience of lawyers, etc."
Now, if the writer of the above is n lawyer,
he certainly ought to know that the Librarian
is also Curator of the museum, and cannot
very well, even to spare him the inconvenience
of taking a half dozen steps remain in the li
brary all the time, to the entire neglect of the
museum. All the lavvvcrs know- that by an-
piling to any of the clerks or messengers of
the court, some of whom are always there,
they can alwats get into the library. Hut if
the writer was not a lawyer, and only wanted
to go to the library from motives of curiosity,
hail he liornc in mind Ihe aliove fact in regard
to Ihe Librarian and Curator, of which he
ought to be aw are, and had taken a few step
to the museum door, he would in all pioba
bility have found some one to let him in.
I distinctly deny that the library or museum
have been neglect cil since my appointment to
office. When unavoidably detained by illness
in my family, some member of it lias always
lieen sent there to accommodate visitors. It
has hapjieneil a few times that I have been
obliged to leave the building during office hours
on sonic business in connection with those de
partments. It was at one of those very infre
quent times that the writer wanted to enter the
library. Why could ho not have wailed a few
minutes? II his lime was valuable, so per
liaps was the Librarian's .it that particular mo
ment, and he could come again.
The appointment of Government Librarian
was not so inuch for the especial accommoda
tion of law) cr as to have some one to look out
and keep the run of the liooks in the national
collection, which contains some rare and valu
able works of reference and general Interest.
Many very rare works hate been taken away
in former times and never returned, hence the
necessity of locking the door when the Li
brarian cannot lie there.
If our entire community were of the upright
angelical order, who scorn to appropriate any
thing not their own, no matter how trivial,
there would be no necessity for locked doors.
11 ii 1 , 1 m
WEEK OF 1'RA VER,
The Hawaiian Hoard recommends the fob
low ing programme for the use of foreign and
native churches during the week of prayer,
from Jan. 7th In 14th Inclusive 1
SuMiw. Jan. Tth 'Sermons.
1 Tim. s:j, 6.
Monday. Jan. fchl'iat and
God for Hit. manifold mercies, and rxLIy fat the
gm ami prvtjrcM oi m iopeu IS. $;(--a. a I ties.
I'll Kttlt W. tin .its 1 I ilnitli.1 I.-s.s s,l fn.r.!...
""., J'r y.i. MIIIIIIIHIIUII SS.WIU SSttBIUI I ,
cpn.ulljr for unfaithfulnca la Chrut, and want wj
Wutiwiy low, i-wiru iw;i-, James 4:1 to.
Wldniuimv, Ian, iuh- Prayer fur Families, and
for Shoots,' for ibt cultivation of piety and inu In
the hotnehfe; fur lhrough ItiMiucik, In Scripture
truth, aniUurajri)Uib Holybpim UtTuMng Into
every depatincnt of education, cortorcratioii and fo al
ly to th ervk of Chrut. Deut. 6.i-il. Kph.
iHVBtuAV. Jan. nth-Prayer f. the Churth Unb
veisal, fur the iyutuufuig oftha Holy Spirit on ilia
loinUtry ami th Inxhcihuud, (' pccUl turn ktnek in
Individual tdorts to save bxt ibouls, an for fuller sjni-
iuthy uh llo bleiaptatkmaiKfk'jrrow. s.);i-n.
lohn ii:i is.
raina. Jan. iathPuirfur Natuiu. tltal rulers
auy um their uEcUl inrlusfuca forth puintcnanc-a of
rlghteousneis, tliat the gain of commerce and rfthm
n itur m ua m int general good ratner than per
suul gratifications, tlut the iubboth uuy U sjscrcdly
olMrctL( Us farorable to Intempcmua aU4uhco,
Chrut's Kingdom U truth and le ei4aUuboJ lUrough
uutthe wurld. Is. tt:i 7, kom. 131- 14.
SATtiauAV, Jn. iih Crajcr tot Muslooi, that
mart Uborers nuf U rabcj up and sent forth, that
contettsfrom tdUtjry oaJ superstition uuy U Mc!
Uti iulhvfadh, and seek toin umU loChrUt wuh
greater fcrnife4and fUkicixy; and tint weaUh o
ChrwUr )(4 c&nccratcU 10 the wuk of huuan l
demptloo. it. jj. 7 15, Luke 10:1 .
bi'NUAY, Jan 14th Seriuufu. Utm iu).
Will rtssa ber rrtsu.tury CUss tW liitU girls Ju.
UTS f, iMj, Ttnw, Oa. IMIu psr l. T.u In.
tsMitiu Music bxludnl vskli th. usual EnUh tuittgu.
IaJWs od (HfuUmca suutisc Sau Krajscisco .III
rinl try JnusU. KuniiksJ Kuau Ed Suit tai Sip
Usl No. ijj lo.ltouMi7 St, Cunur Bush. Mis.
T. Ilgair, fvrmnlir U llwtol.lu.
Ek(M tutcf i.k ht iU Mtliis Onicrs Uls
! ksuns fis.a ia ctcoiilt, sills, aj a4 tsalH
Jry, Work U U sa .s-wy day trviM ia A. tf, S , is
sl, u l)i imi sussm, (Mst ikur lo Dr. Urali..)
fS.. ..L A !... 1 . ,i ,-!
wu. .um ui (.iniTiTiurTy mm i ancy ires-s, iwsra
lilies' Kmliroklend Sails, and all of our goods will
lie sold at ttceedmgly low price in Grdef 10 male
room. IHAS C.0N7AI.VKS,
lly-lf " 57 Hotel Hreet
To the Ladles of Honolulu
After January lit Ml Annie Mojle, a gradnile of
ihe Decorative Art School H California, will t pre.
pared to give lesson In Kensington Embroidery at ijj
Fort street. lat.jm
A Successful House I A Successful House! A mik
ing inflame of succe in a Retail t)rv floods' was- is
anonled by Ihe leading Military llous of Charles J,
r isnei, comer rwiann Hotel streets. Ihe rroptietor
Mr. Kishel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; lilt to hold Ihem, nd enjoy their
confidence, call for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Good must lie marVed down nnd aold for what they
are", nerer misrepresent any article. 11iat I ihe policy
if C harles J. Frshel, and thai policy hi made the firm
one of Ihe greatest in It line, on the leading thorough
fare of llonololu. The (.ending Millinery Store of
CharleJ. Fischer, I to Honolulu what Mary's I to
New Votk. Charles J. Flshel males a specialty of M il
linery. fifThe More Is one of the sights of the city.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
ItoNOLt iv, July), 1881.
All persons hating Water Privileges are notified that
their Maikr Kaiu are (livable semi annuttly, in ad
vance, nt Ihe office of Ihe Siiiierinlendenl of Water
Works, foe of N'uuanuu street, uon the 1st day of
Januarynnd July of each vear, C. II. WILSON,
15 If Superintendent W .iter Wolls.
Almanac and Annua for 1883
now fn coutk of publication.
Societtc and Oettnrtmpnt .lulroti. of correct rmre
m mat ion will jtcave advUe the publisher of any change
Intending advert. m will confer a favor by handing
in llteir ndvetiiwinenu a early n convenient, and
partiM deMrinn ipecial quantities of the coming edition
will please leave early order.
tingle copies 50c, or mailed abroad 60c.
TUPS. O. TIIKUM, Publisher.
TOUG LEONG & CO.,
NutMNtf Sthfkt. Cr. Ma rink,
AfrttlM for Jtvftnut Sitffiirf 1'tthtmu
And Kallua Hire Plantation nnd Mill.
ANNUAL MF.KTINO of the Hawaiian Agricul
tural Com nan v will be held at tint oflit-re nf tl
Jtrev.tr Lo. on IU
Jr.SDAV, January 16, 1E81, at
a clock A. M.
NQTICE. -The annual meeting of the Ilnit Maul
Plantation Company will be held at the olTtce of
C Ilrewer & Co. on WKDNKSDAV. January 17,
1883. at 10 o'clock a. M. I'. C. JONES, Jr., Sec'y.
All parties Indebted to JAS. RICH-
L AKDSOsV. nn behalf of the Kohala Stori-.
hereby requested to make immediate payment to M
JOAQU1M ZAMI.AN.of Koliab', uho U am homed
to give receipt In difcharRe of Mine, nnd to take legal
proceeding in caw of default.
t-4w TIILO. II. DAVIS & CO.
NOTICK. From and after thU date Wong I.eong
only ! authorized to ivlgn the firm name of Wong
Wono Asun Akana & Co.
December 26, 1
.UJSTKIl MECItASICS A'1 OTIIIUIS.
Ihe Services of a Live and Reliable
COLLECTOR OK HILLS lia been engaged for the
expiration of the present quarter and ear.
All accounts Kent here for collection will reccne
prompt attention. Returns made daily.
i-im CAVKNAGH'S AOLNCY.
US. MCALLISTER & GROSSMAN,
OK SAN r KANCItyCO, CAU,
Will be in Honolulu ftoon after January 1,1883, to
ilillllic 111711 JISJ1;-JII. wi .tt.sllll-si.s.Ti lOIUCIII UCI1II1
in San Francisco for the lat eizhteen vear. Hill Lmnre.
pared to pay particular attention to the restoration of
ine natural teetn wtin colored gold linings, iiieywiil
be prepared to viwt the different island whenever their
services may be required by the people. 12303m
TJMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
Honolulu, H, I.,
All JVrM mcrtituff Kiiiitlofmriitt itmt all
J'ttrttrM rtthrr In Honolulu
or at any of the other Islands in the group, in want
of Employees, will please make their wants known to
the undcrMgned, who will do all in their power to fill
their orderjt, B. F. Dillingham,
P. C.Jones, jr..
Employment Commit re, Y M. C A
COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned has recently fitted up
In elegant st)le, the large roomy Cottage formerly be
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street,
leyond the Commercial Hotel tjrenus(
forthc purfosc of conducting
A raperior Iot1glng Home.
TIse name of this pleasant retreat Is the M WHITE
HO US I- It cannot le surjia.d in the kingdom for
comfort and cleanliness.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamentctl with shade trees.
Persons of respectability may always be sure of a cheer
ful home there. A sitting-room is tet apart fur the con.
venience of guests. A FEW MORE ROOMS ARE
VACANT. 'IVrins always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHU'E, Proprietor.
fiirMany of our readers will rememlir Mrs. While
as proprietor of the lodging hoifte oil Fort street, ad
Joining the Pantheon Stables, which was such a com
fortaUe home under her management. 11 8-3111
TJAWAMAN KERNS I
containing 115 tpctes at $10.00 and $ia.oo each.
Piut set containing 5 of the smaller ami rarer specie
at $1.50 and $t.oo each. Order from abroad muri ln
tlude irosuge, $i.j and 30 cents rwpectively ixr set.
Caih to accompany all orders can t in U. S. cur
rency. For sale at 'ill OS. G. THRUM'S Fort street
A uhite Cook wants a situation. AUo a ftrtcUu
TeamUcr, coach man or espre driver -can drive lo 6
hones or mules.
ChiiWM Cuok, willing to do housework, awaiting tin
A Nurut Girl wants a situation fint-clau local refer
Apply to CWENAUGHS AGENCY.
1 1 6 No. 83 Kl fig street.
t.LD KONA COKFEK. For sale by Dalles ft
9 Co. 111
RAISINS ANU CURRANTS-SULTANA RAN
sins anil Zand Currant: in pvuiul jtacka
ges, D4w and frh. For sale by BoUct m Co. ill
POR SALE I
Two Top Btsgcl.
TWO SF.COND-HANI1 KXl'KKSSr.S, ONF.
SE.TKU IIASKKT CUT-UNDKK, ONK
IIHACII WA0O.s, ONE &INGI.K
IIKAV, IIOKSK AND
All tli. alov. ar. Ill gwxl onl, nearly as sous as M sr
fit O. WEST.
ALL OOODI SHIPPED
BY OUR C0.S.S1IN0 VESSKI.S
Murt Mure tkt ItrttlH.illoH rl.ilnly JlatKr.l
coutK.iitu siiifr aictirt uku
CHECK TIIF.IR GOODS WHEN LANDED,
OibcnriM na (Uiau will U 11.
MTTkls nit DI U strictly (afunxt,
119-sf T R. rOSTER k CO,
K YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
V Jssw ratsl ssi Wattk,
Vi .Wut Ckwk m WiUk VffMa Im
"i2 ,.. ''s
r 1 i . 1ft i " .
By r. S. PRATT St Co.
A DMINISTRATOK'S SAI.K
Ity enlfr of Ihe AJmlnlslralor of id. Eslal. of Itie
bl JOSr.l'H 1 UCKKR, Ih. nndmlnsl .ill stll al
I'rliliiu rri.f Snturthiy, tl,r Ml, ,,n,l nil,
A! Ihe slor. formerly omiieit liy the iIms1, In
lltartr IIKkIc, ih.rnurc slock of IIRV GOODS now
on cshthillort. 1 hi. Mock comprls. a ffcnf ral asvtrt
mcnl of ery suftkrr jiU, Hlrctrst by ilrctavil Ir
Kurope esprtssly forthi market.
Will be sold without reserve.
Drcember tS, iS8j.
PRATT CO., Auctioneers.
EW PEDFORD AN D S AM FRACtSCO
. 6 Thread to 6 Inches,
Also, lir.MP CORDAOF. of American and Rns.ian
RUSSIA HOLT uoi'i:,
MANILA HOLT ROPE,
SKIZINO, MARI.IS, IIOUSLI.V,
All of which will be Sold a Inw a offered by other
parties, in quantities desired.
fiB IIOLI.KS A CO.
Manufacturer of Monuments,
TA It LETS,
MA RULE MANTELS,
AND TILING, IN
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
IIONIUUIll, II. I.,
run 2 t
Honolulu, and the other islands that
they hateoiened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
nawanau uitzcuc diuik, nu. $ mer
chant Street, where they arc prepared
J think Hooka,
Ink ami Mitcitafje,
In quarts, pint1, h.ilfptnts. and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Fapeteries, etc., etc.
tttilrvM taken for hum prrtoiltral or nrirj
paper that may br ttvaimU
Prompt attention will tc given to the Mailing
of Paper to subscribert on any of the other
island! also, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Order fwt Red Rubber Stamps received and promptly
MIE EVILS OF PAINTING
"It ha been ajd with much truth, too. that houie-
iainting might, with Mudy and acquirement of tate(
resume it rank, as a nucrai art.
IM leving the aboc to 1 true, A. D. KKRR ha now
rerganlivil hi syMcm of worlvint; the buiineis In
Honolulu, In the first ulace. he ha secured the trvice
of that celebrated arlUt, Mr. Max Kuim, funnerly of
ran rramisco, wnose work in me line 01
Plain ami Jtrrorattrc Ir;rr-?fftrifff,
Krcftcoing, etc,t I up to the present time unmrpaed
and. on thee lUan.jt, ha never been cqiuilled. Kor
I louvs-Painting jobs, fml-cUu mechanic only will be
In future, patron can depend upon my fulfilling
every order 011 the mat scientific lai known to the
SIGN-PAINTING AND LETTERING
Department will le ivermanentlv nreMded over bv Mr.
GtAikCKbTRAIMitYicit (further comment un necessary X
P. S. Send for desiens of fresco fur ccllinzs and
cornices (something new; and If ou want anyCIa
ut in, can ai ine
"TIflKM V.itXT HTOUK,
No, 78 King Strfkt f., Honolulu
rNO. O. FOWLER A Co.,
Jr(N, England t
are prrparrtl tit fumUh J 'it 11 ditd f .'.
matr for Strrl
With or Hilhout Cars ami I-ooomotivcs. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Kailw-. anj luKOmotlves ami cars, Tra
lion tnnes anj ttoad luocomotivei, :
Ploutlunji ami Cultivating Machinery, I1
alile Lngines fur all purprMes, WinJir
Kngines tor Inclines.
Catalocues wUhtllaaritlont. Moilclaml Photozrauhs
of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen at l be
otr.ee of the undsmitineO. W, U (IKKEN ami I U W.
MAtrAKUANh t I.U., Afits lur no. rukr&L.o.
PLANTATION OVERSEER WANTED,
Apply Immediately to C 11UKWKR4C0, Mono
ulu, or to !. Kobicr, Pahala, Kau, Hawaii, 114 tf
ONK FIRST. CLASS SrTI JKFFKS LAWN
'IrnnU for sale at T 0. Thrum's Fort Sl. btora
Th. undcrsiznttl. having been aDouinted Admini.
Irator of IlK sut of P. kKKUA, deceased, nulc Is
Itcrsby iciscil to all penal haslnf claim, aalna th.
saiil estal. to vesent th. urn., duljr .ulliiilicatd,
wilti ltm otr t oushers, whether ssKured or otherwise,
to tit. undtrtigtted within sis months from th. dal.
her., or they will L tursver barrsv.
All ocnon owinir th. said .stale sr. resjuesttd 10
nuV. Immedul. nurment to ih. uiutertff tied.
W, AUS1IN Will I'l NO.
Administrator of ihtUI of ll. Kekits.
Othc. rCashuouuiu street, Husululu.
Dated Dember , lHa. liv(
A DouV. fur the Pulor TabU.
A IluoV. of Inteiesl to .11 iteadert.
Kmiiml)r . Book U ih. Twin.
T IIiimwIIuh JtmruMrt I'.ar iHir,
Ilesucd lo ll Advocacy of Ts..l AUtiMuc.
aiftl hocul Kei's.in.
t'Ak.4 and comollul Ly U. M. Ctvowiay, Ule of lU
eMmiUmJ Pnu, Mid llunr to th. Unsod Ludl.,
The .boT. iuou4 puUicuton U now In th. peioltr",
hkls RA.1 will b. rlv for sal. br fuiuarv . iMs.
ftlusuMM ixm sad uhcr wisasio, aoc. IW Ati.ssrtsW
SSKtUC WUSISM U WS4 SO SW W Rr iTlMTS t. IA. &AT
URtuy Pits utlic. suly. ian
OTICK.-I berth, .1,. rsmsm iW I ss UsU
Jiuuiull sir. W W. SI SIS' SU u . ..
HM, sss. Hots, H. A. VUHJHL
HosmIbIm, NesuatUr is, iH. . Istrts
Mtttrs. niI.fJiVGr,LW&- Co.
unite attention to their lure ami
varied stoek of g,v,is suitable for
They have just received new and
very complete invoices of SIL VER
PLATED WAKE from the cele
brated Victories of the Meridcn Co.
and the Afiddletoten Plate Co., in
designs entirely new to this market.
Their stock of JfOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS is veiy
complete and comprises many Noi'ei
ties a large variety of ALCO
HOL LAMPS, KEROSENE
STO I'ES, neu- patterns in Lamps
and Chandeliers; a fine selection
of TABLE CUTLERY; Feather
Dusters for all purposes; Ilmshes
of all kinds; superior House
They make KEROSENE OIL
a specialty, and are prepared to
supply the lest oil in color and test,
in quantities to suit, upon the most
DILLINGHAM A CO.,
IMniKTPK AND DRAt RRS IN
Iforiim rr. Agricultural litiilrmrnlii,
Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc,
KOKT STREET HONOLULU
AKESI CAKES I CAKES I
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
Will 1 Tor sale, of all descriptions, loth
! I'UIN AND ORNAMENTAL, :
Fruit, J'ounrf, SjKnitt; Citron, Mr.
ALMl TOR SALB
Horn's well known RICH MINCEMEAT, Chrislma
and New Vear MINCU 1'IES.
ALSO A VERY LAUGH ASSORTSItNT Of
FANCY SUGAR TOYS
Of my own manufacture, ami
Guarantee,! to be Free of alt Poisonous Colors,
So extensively used in th. manufacture of
HIE LARGEST AND GREATEST STOCK OF
Consisting of several thousand iioundr, of my own
GUARANTEED TO HE STRICTLV I'UKE,
FOR SALK AT
Candy Factory and Bakery,
Hotel Strret (bet. Nuuanu and Fort), Honolulu.
rOTlCK. Nolic. Is hereby (riven that all Monies
11 due for rents 011 bmls under lease in Ihe AHU
PUAA OF WAILUKU, MAUI, are ta)able to my
ai;enti, Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Ily his attorney In fact, Wm. O. Irwin. uj.im
J. WILLIAMS fie Co.,
If Jiving purchased lite Photosranh Gallery of Mr, M.
Dickson, will continue the businetsat the old Ms ml.
Ily INCKKASKD KACIL1IIKS and em
ployinu FIRST-CLASS ARTIS1S. we
stall endeavor lo nwintain.the prestige
of the oUI and popular (lallery,
and to merit a literal patmit
age by futr dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
W. arc prepared to iia all kind of wutk from Minla
tur. to life slia either in
COLORKD, &c Ac
Th only Oallery In Honolulu, which Iu complete
In addition to thus, purchased of Mr. Dkksoii, w.
ave in. emu. coiieciloQ Of VJtvlVS arm isnrait
Nf callre. nul. by Mr. Llu. thus enabling
us Iu olfer III. greatest vsiiely In views.
AND I.AVA IIX1W VIKWS,
Also, supply of (l.w.iUn and fvx,ih Su IsUnJ (ur
touites, Irrr-, Shells &c A fin. stock of r'r.m..
Mats aisd P.sseu.itoul cunstwulv on lusud.
Ckurgt. JraMaM unit HalUfucllmu
Give in a asU. J. WUlUms & Co.
S-S' . NuRsbers lot sod 104 tmt Sim),
'NOINK lOKSALC ONE NLW sIIOKSE
. Powr klojus. Lu peffesi oruVr. Koe uim by
C. llktWtK , 10.
pO MECHANICS, SPECULATORS
AND OTHERS I
A Mrt (erts I. Wv Cmtf.riU
M Mas tn. JsVemakasM. r.rssw.
WITHIN AN EASV DISTANCE Of TOWN.
teavesou. Uawftys awti aa tW rW
fsSttifMHsl tiHsr wiHKai
JhiI'rjiiii 'I .,x J
'I "'I'T s i tjsws. i Ir. rW r 4 r, ... rJ ,'
Ba5SSs!!!!!s7T, 1 "3:23'
is.ii ll ', , . ' " it"i iiijWIWiieilal' '" ... .s-.,.
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
On Tinvmtn!f,JnHiitti'if 4th,
AT n O'CLOCK A. M., AT SALESROOM,
I WILL OFFER
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
A LAM ASSSCRTMItNT or
IN TART AS FOLLOWS:
H Cas Ubhy'ft Corn Ilf,
10 CaM H SArdlnssl
3 Caws U Sanllnes.
wo Ca) Mc.Mnrrani Oysters,
So lkxti Cuttlns's Table I'ruiti
IVache. Peart, AprioMs, Hums. ei&
15 Ilo its I-Ri Salmon,
to ItoKts Im V ami lleans,
10 Hosts i.fft IjitkSiers,
5 llosrs rUh Lholr,
5 Hosm Morton's Pullet plnls,
5 Itoxes .Morion's Piclles tjuaris,
lo lloses Sn)Li CrAclrn.
30 1 ln Milk ami SoU Or ac Vert,
50 'Hnt AMortfil CraclsCM,
10 CsMM (.ren IVas
5 Cae trench Petit Pols.
Cavs Varmmith Sufsr Com,
Cae Ctil tine's AMaragus
Caes I'omAtftfS lleans.
t Caws Shred Driml Appl's,
Caws Drift! Peas,
15 Cast AMTtel Jellies,
a Cases Awortetl jams,
Cae IUue1rries. t-
Chests I in9 J span Tea,
Caws P. M. Veast Powtlers,
loses Mmtaru ami d round repjer,
llosrs Ircnch OliteOil,
Hales Salt, 10-17. Imrs;
Cases Kefinetl I-irtf,
Comlenwtl Milk. Corn .tarcli,
ClothlSprlnfts .Maton's Hlacklnir,
Lunch Tonsues, Clams,
Caws Slirlmrw, W'av Candles,
KoaM Herf, Koast Mutton,
5tti Salmon, 5-IN lWlt.es, ete.
TitKMS or SaLki $150 aii. 1 unJer, cahj otr it$o,
three months appro veil paier. Hie sale Is pmiiire,
.. I ADAMS...., tuttloneer
i:al kstati: at auction,
Sdtunltiii, ifnnuarii Oth,
At is si., at salesroom, will be sold Ihe following
PARCELS OF LAND
SITUATED IN HONOLULU'.
Lot I contain Four Turo l'alche, In HauhauVol;
l.ot . contains Fourteen Taro Patches, nt Hanhatikot ,
- s 3tioo acres.
Lot 3 contain Two Taro Patches, at KamaVela;
Lot 4 contain One Taro Patch, at Kninaltela ;
Tor further pattlculars, ari'ty'to S. 11. DOI.f-
las t i: ADAMS, Aurtlonrrr.-M
On TVKSItAX', Jnnwiru 2, tHHn,
At-lo A. St., on the premises, ' 1
No. 189 NUUANU AVENUE,
IN MKT AS FOLLOWS i
llUck Walnut Iledroom Set,
(vsitli inatlrases and pillow) ;
Dining Table and Chair
Cool Slov. ;
Center Talle j
E. P. ADAMS, Auctlonder.
STEAMER INTEREST FOR SALB.
11V ORDER OF Z. S. SPALDINO, ESQ.,
f WILL SI'.l.L AT AUCTION
Dtsosssssbsssr 30, 1888"
AT if nttock' NOON, AT AllrtaoOM
AN I-8TH INTEREST IN THE
STEAMER JAMES MAKES.
Jin. itlrriuly iiimlr n I'rofll. of $30,090.
E. P. ADAMS Aictionrk
T AST, HUT NOT LEAST!
Would hk. to annouitce, In a piild nunner, llui u
VOHSr.H vf tOIITuHj IIOTKL fiTHKKTM,,
WILL rOVRb TllaT NrtW ,
....or . .
SOITAIILK IOK PRESENITi.
Indies would tlo well a call rusd eRajftUt, osr
Fancy Ilitu Maltilalt,
Feathers an. I Artificial Flows, '
Oomli In Great V,
Mtn't, Hy' n4 1'ouU.' 11410. st
ik you Want "
CSIKAP SKTITtT SW
SsKMiltisc Hmt la
Call and lu,tsv
atMswiiv Blsw i' jm '
mesm?.- . r 4
' llBeBW-' s