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FRIDAY, JAN. 2l), t880.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
St. Prtitl. from San Francisco. Feb. 0.
Mmlpojfi, from Colonics for Sun Fran
cUco, Feb. 12.
Zeiilaiidia, fitiin San Fr.ineljcc for Syd
ney, Feb. '-'.
Australia, from Sydney for San Fr.in
cl'eo, Feb. !i.
llktiio Ella from San FranoWeo
Stmr Iwnlinil from llainakua
Stmr Jus Mnkeo from Knpua
Scbr Notllo Merrill from J.ahalna
Scbr Kawallanl fiom Koolan
Scbr Mary Footer fiom Kauai
Stmr.Ju1" Mnkcu for ICapaa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
ik'lir Kulaiuauu for Kobolulele
Scbr Malolo for I.aupahoehoo
Hehr Miuv Foster for-ICaual
Scbr Nettle Merrill for Lnhaiun
Scbr Kawallanl for ICoolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Virginia, Pcttlgrew
Jk Lady Iatnp-on,
Bk Lovpring, Thoni'.en
Hk Elslnoro, Jenks
llktue Mt Lebanon, XcWnu
IJktno Discovery, l'errbnan
Bklnc Ella, Howe
Brig Allle Kowo, Phillips
From Iliunukiia, per Iwalanl, January
2J J Brown.-
From San FraneUeo, per Ella, Jnn
nry 21) Mls Bureb Fanning.
The steamer Jas Makco ariivcd tbls
morning from Kapaa w Hit !)." bags of
sugar. She was u liable to receive any
nuire frclgbt on account of a strong
sou thcrly wind. Sbo returned to Hono
lulu for soino frulgbt left over and will
sail a 1 4 o'clock this afternoon for ICa
paa o nly to get some 2,r00 bags of
sugar r.ady for bblpmcnt at the above
Tho InVtno Ella, Captain Howe, ar
rived tbls morning 234 days from San
FraneNco dcoply laden with general
mercbaiidlst'. She bad light winds
llrst 10 days out, then for live days S. S.
"W. gales followed by very light south
erly winds to port. The Ella Is con
signed to Brewer & Co., and Is docked
at that company's wharf.
Tho Mount Lebanon Is discharging
rapidly. She will tail again for Hong
kong. The schooner Kawallanl brought COO
1)ags of rice.
Tho Dlscovciy received sugar from
the steamer Walmaualo this morning.
Tho Ivy Holmes Is undergoing exten
Tho steamer Iwalanl arrived -this
morning from Hamukua with 2,581
bags of sturar and !)3 dry hide-". She
sails ou Monday.
Tho Elsluore received 2,381 bags of
sugar from tho Iwalanl this morning.
The schooner Mnry Footer brought
l,C0O bags of sugar fiom Waimea,
Kauai, ishe sails to-morrow with coal
for Koloa and Waimea, Kauai.
Tho Allio Itowo is In tho stream.
.A bnrk was reported 13 miles off this
lmr'nlug. Her name Is not yet known.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
iLbvby lias a special sale of dry
rami wet goods at ten to-morrow.
"Why Keep the Seventh Day
iSabbath?" is the subject at the tent
Tin: usual band concci t will bo
given at Emma Square 1 :30 to-mor-.vow
Them: is about J100 tons of sugar
'in tho P. M. S. S. warehouse for the
S. S. Australia.
An underwriters' sale of coinpres
sed hay is advertised by- E. P.
Adams & Co. for to-morrow.
Sekvices conducted by the Bishop
'will bo held at St. Andrew's Cathcd
iral at seven this evening, cho'v re
hearsal to follow the meeting.
C. K. Miller's enterprise as a
business agent has bloomed out ou
an advertising board at the corner
of Fort and Merchant streets.
Two solitary stumps projecting a
few inches abovo water opposite tho
fish market are the only visible re
mains of tho bark Martha Hideout.
E. P. A dams & Co. had a good
cash sulo to-day, besides a variety,
of goods clearing out a . large con
signm ent of harness from Mclnerny 's
The election, Chineso New Year,
tho arrival of a steamer from the
Coast, and tho Firemen's Parade,
are all bunched within three days
To-Monnow noon Lewis J. Levey
will sell the lease of rice land at
Hauiki, with its extensive bclougings,
advertised by him so fully for n
S. M. Cauteu having bought out
the wood and coal business of S. F.
Groliam & Co., may bo safely re
commended to the patronage of all
buyers of fuel.
A Government pnty picnic was
hold on 'a' distinguished native's
premises atPalama yesterday, which
becaina so noisy and t urTjulcnt as to
disturb the whole ucig hboMioou.
Tun wuifU dirlok of the Marnroa'a
siren caused an alarm of war In the
Uarrncks the other morning. Hence
that rolling of drums and clang of
arms that disturbed many sleepers.
Them: arc three young and play
ful monkeys on board tho barken
tine Mount Lebanon, which illus
trate the superiority of true narra
tive over the fictitious tales of dime
Tin: sale of Jewelry,
etc., at Tong Hung &
Lyons & Cohen this
proved a success, good prices being
obtained. The Hall safe was
knocked down to C. K. Williams for
KiniiT natives were beforo Justice
Hickcrton this morning for deserting
contract service. Kalawaia was
lined $5 witli 0 costs; all (he others
to pay the same amount costs and
return to the employ of the Inlor
Islnnd Steam Navigation Co.
M. P. ltoiiiNoN vs. S. G. Sreso
vich, before a foreign jury, begun
in the Supremo Court yesterday,
continued until about two o'clock
this afternoon, when it was given to
the jury. It is an action to recover
the price of a shipment of bananas,
payment of which was resisted on
tho ground that the fruit was spoiled
by bad packing.
Tin: captain of the schooner Mary
Foster, that arrived from Waimea,
Kauai, last night, reports 21 days of
southerly winds about that island.
Last week there was a heavy blow
from the southwest at Waimea, forc
ing the schooner to put to sea and
on two other occasions within the 21
days above mentioned, tho schooner
was driven to sea by strong winds.
Steam eu Iwalanl brings news of
fine weather at llainakua, excellent
for sugar cane. Tho Ilonokoa mill
started grinding yesterday with a
new double effect. The steamer's
crew were successful in catching
large quantities of fish while an
chored off Waipio. Tho atmosphere
and water were at a dead calm, and
fish weighing several pounds were
At the request of His Excellency
the Attorney-General, Mr. Thomas
B. Walker was arraigned before
Justice Preston in the Supreme Court
this afternoon, for tho burglary and
robbery of the Post Ollice, on tho
night of January 2-3. The indict
ment was read, to which the prisoner
pleaded not guilty. The prosecution
asked that the trial be fixed to take
place to-morrow morning at 0 o'clock.
Tho request was complied with.
Last evening, while Mr. Guy
Wodehousc, son of the British Com
missioner, was riding home from
business at the Union Feed Com
pany's store, the reins broke and tho
horse becoming unmanageable the
rider jumped off. In falling lie un
fortunately broke his left leg just
above tho ankle. lie was picked up
and taken home, where Drs.
McGrew and Arning set the broken
limb and made him as comfortable
Mn. D. P. Smith, having sold his
Hilo skating rink to Mr. Beckwith,
of that place, lias roturncd to Hono
lulu to launch his speculative craft
into the currents of a new venture.
Mr. Smith says "his original pur
poso of coming to this country was
not to build roller coasters and
skating rinks, but for a mightier ob
ject," of which ho will not for a
while speak. For tho present Cen
tral Park Rink will remain as it is,
but in the course of lime people
may look for Smith's grand sclicme
within tho above rink or on the
ground where it now stands.
Mrs. bishop scholarships.
By direction of the Mother
Superior, Bertha, thc amount of
82,000, bequeathed to St. Andrew's
Priory by tho will of the late High
Chiefcss Bernicc Pauahi Bishop, lias
been permanently invested, the in
come to bo applied to tho mainten
ance of two Hawaiian scholarships in
St. Andrew's Priory School, to bo
called the Mrs. Bishop Scholarships.
This is at once a graceful and grate
ful tributo to the memory of this
most excellent lady, nnd will tend to
keep her memory green in tho hearts
of the people whom she loved so
well, and whose future she has done
so much to provide for.
AT THE TENT.
Last night there was a good and
attentive audience to listen to the
comparison of the past and present
dispensations of tho Gospel. The
Gospel was preached to the Israel
ites. Hebrews ! :2. Also to Abra
ham. Galatians 3 :8. It dates back
to the time God first showed mercy
to fallen man. Tho law existed be
foro man sinned, and forbids sin.
But when man transgressed it the
law provided no remedy, but sen
tence of death passed upon tho race :
this left man without a ray of hope
of immortality. But the Gospel
teaches him Unit God will provide a
ransom for him, thereby bringing
"life and immortality to light."
Second Timothy 1:10. This ran
som was the life of Christ. Abel
showed faith in Christ by offering na
u iftci'lfico the ilrsUIng of tho Hock.
All the sacrifice?! of the Jews, offered
in the saucturry, were for tho pur
pose of confessing sin, and showing
'their faith in the coming Saviour.
They could obtain pardon for sin
only through Christ. Hebrews I) 15.
And as his priestly woik Is not done
till this dispensation, "they without
us should not bo made perfect."
Hebrews ll:ii9-10. Their offerings
weic shadows, or ordinances by
which they .-mowed faith in a Saviour
to die for man. These ordinances,
pointing only to his death, of neces
sity ended there. Cslossians 2:
10-17. Paul here teaches that all
meats and drinks, and all sabbath
days, which were shadows of Christ,
ended at the cross. The seventh
day sabbath was not in any sense a
shadow of Christ, but a memorial of
creation and therefore did not end
there. The twenty-third chapter of
Leviticus gives a list of the Sab
baths that belonged to the cere
monial law, and in verse JJ8 says
these are Sabbaths "besides the
Sabbaths of the Lord." In both
dispensations we have the same law
pointing out sin, and tho same Gos
pel remedy for sin. Com.
THE EXTRADITION CASE.
Following is the decision of Chief
Justice Judd on tho respondent's
plea in re J. W. McCarthy, on the
I think I ought to overrule the
plea. The statute lias been com
plied witli up to tills stage of the
case. There is before me a com
plaint under oath; it is sworn to
by the Attorney-General, tho olllcial
entrusted by law witli the prosecu
tion of offenses. The complaint
charges respondent has committed a
crime in a foreign country, to wit,
the Stalo of California. On tho
warrant issued in pursuance of this
complaint, tho respondent was ar
rested and lie is brought before mo
for examination. It remains for mo
to find whether embezzlement of
public funds is a crime and whether
there is evidence to sustain the
charge. By our Penal Statute, em
bezzlement of public funds is a
felony or crime and punishable in
the discretion of the Court with im
prisonment for life or any less period,
and I presume it is a grave crime
in the State of California. If I
find sufficient evidence to sustain
the charge, it then will become my
duty to certify the same to the
Minister of Foreign Affairs that he
may issue the warrant for the sur
render of the respondent.
Tho exercise of tho discretion
whether the warrant of detention
and extradition shall issue or not is
vested in the Minister of Foreign
Affairs as representing the Execu
tive. Tills is clear by Sections -148
to 152 of tho Civil Code (Compiled
Laws p. 110). It is not certain that
the Minister will grant the warrant.
He may find that tho ciimo charged
against the respondent is not one of
the extraditable offenses mentioned
in the Treaty between the United
States and this Kingdom, and de
cline to surrender the fugitive. Or
lie may, as an act of comity and
good will, decide to grant the" war
rant. Until this discretion lias been
exercised by the Executive and the
warrant has issued 1 cannot review
its legality. I sit merely as an ex
amining magistrate, and the case
could have been brought before the
Police Justice or any other magis
trate. The impression which I sug
gested to counsel for respondent at
the opening I now adhere to. I feel
that I must take jurisdiction of the
case because the complaint charges
tho commission of u crime in a for
eign country. Tho Statute is general
for the purposes of enabling this
Kingdom to surrender ciimiunls of
a certain class, and the crimes whicli
the Court can take cognizanco of
are not alono llioso which are speci
fied as extraditable offenses in the
American Treaty and the commit
ters of which this Government would
be bound to surrender.
As nt present advised I think tho
legality of every step in tho process
of extradition could bo reviewed by
tho Court In another capacity on
habeas corpus. It appears to me
that without exception the cases re
ferred to by counsel on both sides
have arisen on habeas corpus.
I think no case can be found whero
questions as to tho extraditable
nature of the offenses have been
raised before tho examining magis
trate on tho preliminary arrest.
I am tliercforo of opinion that it
is not competent for mo to pass upon
tho legality of tho arrest for a crimo
not covered by the Treat'. For the
same reasons I think the question
whether a sovereign state has re
quested tho surrender of respondent
is not now reviewable.
The plea is overruled and the-Attornoy-General
may present tho
Tho following, clipped fronn a
San Francisco paper, furnishes, tho
latest estimate of McCarthy's pecu
lations: It lias been ascertained
that the Rank of Los Angeles, witli
which I. W. Hcllman is connected,
holds about 81,000 of the warrants
cashed by McCarthy, which will
raiso tho deficiency up to Mr.
Dunn's original estimate of between
812,000 nud 813,000.
rae?fi -F.B ft8G?MlJCi
iixiti o mtati:h.
A despatch from Hnnslng, Iow'a,
Jan. 2, says it is reported that a
number of Scandinavians in Louston
county, Minnesota, mo affected with
Sixty Italians, who entered the
Episcopal Church in New York
during last year, were confirmed,
Jan. 10th, at Grace Chapel. The
edifice was crowded with friends of
communicants and others Interested
In the Italian mission work. The
mission was organized in 1873, and
is conducted under the supervision of
a committee of clergymen and lay
men appointed by tho Bishop. It
claims a membership of over 1,100
persons, nearly 700 of whom have
been continued by the Hisliop. Many
of tho women in the audience were
dressed in such costumes as can bo
rarely seen in a New York church.
Gaudy shawls covered the heads,
as well as shoulders of many. Most
of the men were of that type of
Italians so familiar on the streets
short, sparely built, with low-biowed,
bullet shaped heads, and were altiied
in their usual holiday dress.
The latest contribution to pano
rama war scenes, whicli havo become
so popular in the East, is the battle
between tho Monitor and Merrimack,
on exhibition for the first time in
Now York, Jan. Dili, covering 20,
000 square feet of canvas and occu
pying a building 100 feet in circum
ference. The Cleveland Rolling Mill Com
pany notified all its employes on
Jan. 8th that wages would he ad
vanced 10 percent, dating from
January 1st. The lowest wages paid
will be SI. 10; the highest 50, and
tho averago about S3. 50 per day.
About 3,000 men arc interested and
are tho same who eugngoil in the
strike last summer.
An attorney of Meriden, Missis
sippi, has received a lclte r from a
young man in California whose par
ents were once residents oil Meriden,
to institute suit for the recovery of
about three hundred acr js of land
iying in the heart of the city, in
cluding the Baum, She chan and
Jones blocks, the opera house, oil
mills, fair grounds and several small
properties and private i csidcnccs.
The property was deeded by tho
Mobile and Ohio Railroad several
years ago, and in the end they are
responsible on their waiTan too deed.
The suit involves about 8lUUU,uuu,
A practical settlement oi all dif
ferences has been made by the Eng'
hsli transatlantic steamship .lines re
garding steerage rates. Tho agree
ment makes the prepaid .steerage
rales Troiii Liverpool 820 by the
Cunard, Guion, White Star nnd
Inman lines, 822 from Germa. n ports
and 823 from Scandinavian) ports.
Tho Anchor, American ami State
lines aro allowed to charge $.1 and
the National and Monarch limes 82
less. The now German and Scandi
navian rates arc from S3 to 85 below
the rate schedule of the Germ an and
An El Paso (Texas) dcspi itch of
Jan. 12th reports a colonization
swindle, as follows: Somo week
since a colony of French Jews
nassed throitch El l'uso for ;ho in
terior of Mexico, coming from
Alsace, France. They weiv sent
out by a 'New York comp ny to
locate a colony somewhere in tho
interior of the republic. After land
ing them at their destmati on the
company deserted them to the iir fate.
Their personal means wer c very
limited, and being ignorant of the
language and customs of the coun
try, they soon became d sstitutc.
The Mexican Government shipped
them back to Paso del Not to, and
they made their wi'y to the Ameri
can side at El Paso, where I Jicy put
up temporary shelters wi , brush
and branches of trees, but had
nothing to eat. Here Benjamin
Schuster, a Jewish mcrclir .-it of El
Paso, found them nearly tfninished
and frozen to death. Ho fond them
immediately housed and ttholtcred
and well fed, and to-day lias been
taking up n. collection among the
citizens for tho purpose of y rocuring
their transnortation back to Now
York. Thus emls another, coloniza
tion scheme m Mexico.
Immensely rich gold led ges aro
reported to have been strucl . hi the
south end of Providence Mi ountain,
San licmardino county, C:i lifornia.
Three ounces of gold was ta ken out
of two pounds of rock. Ov cr ilfty
locations have been mado : already.
There is a ledge fifty feet wit 1c. The
ore from eight locations assaj a from
830 to SfiOO. The twelve Uons of
gofd oro shipped from tho Arrow
mining district as a test to Kill gman,
A.T., gavo 8'J0 in gold and 11
ounces m silver. lliis guar, unices
Arrow district to be ono o f the
largest gold camps in Cnliforni a.
Ohio has more colleges than
Franco nnd Germany comb. hied.
Education thero is diffusive riithcr
Tutors at Harrard aro said to re
ceive solaries of from $800 to 8 1,200
n year, while the-trabier in iiU.iletics.
Marion Crawford, who is residing
nt Naples, te very busy writ' ing tho
conclusion to his norc'l, "TJ ae Talc
of a Lonely Parish."
Messrs. W. B. "NVilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Slrccl, San Francisco, Cal.
1kmm.mi:n. In loplv to jour inquiry concerning the opening of the Ilurglnr.
pi oof Chest In thoj-'iris In tho ollice of tho Clerk of the Supremo Court now so.
Moll known in TIIIJ JUCAltTllY SAFE I will say thai I took charge of the ,
nlllro on Wulnc-ulay, thuClli Inst. For some days previous uiisucep$fiil attempts ,
hail been made by lar.'ons experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, tdinllar
ell'oils weroiuade, witlr. Iho Mine result, by -Mr. Knlj.'u and other noted o.pcrt9,
ALL OF WHOM F1KALI.Y DECLARED THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
HE PICKED, and that lliuhnfc must ho opened by force.
On Friday 1 employed the expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful
nnd honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday moruiug work was begun, and this morning (wcdnenlny) l-OUU
DAYS AFTF.lt, the expert succeeded in drilling through the door and opening the
I consider It was an cMraordinnrily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, anil can assure It has Inspircdmc
with tho highest conlideiifc In the meurliy of your Durglnr.Pronf Safes, and that
YOUR LOOK'S ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS.
After working for some bonis on the lock, one c:;pcrl sihl he had found that
V wus ono letter' and imotJicr IhatO was one. On examination, neither nf Iheso
letters appealed In Ih'j combination. Yours truly,
.1. D. SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Cmirt.
JE6T The abovo was a No, s MacNEALE & UKIJAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
J 33 lni
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
Wthfer's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Rallrovl A sent
iKMf wi LanoMMTS l fmn
Fnxsu Mince Ties daily from and
uftcr date at Mcllcr & Ilalbc's Con-
Fitusii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& iialbc's Confectionery.
Tin: drivers of tho UNITED CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when culled by
telephone. When j'ou want a com
fortable carriage, ring np 21)0.
A vunv comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in tho business cards on
the outside pages of the BuM.irnx,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
FitoM the time of its organization
up to January 1, 1885, tho Mutual
Life Insurance Company lias paid to
policy holders the sum of .$210,01)1,
200, which is S103,C21,(T72 larger
than the nniount paid by any other
company, and is 2l.fi percent, of
thu whole amount paid to policy
holders by tho twenly-t!o compa
nies. Up to January 1, U885, tills
Company lias invested for policy
holders the sum of 8103,87(J,17U,
which is 8 13,811 ,233 lnrg;rthan tho
amount invested by any o thcr com
pany, and is 23.3 percent of the
total amount invested for policy
holders by the above-mentioned
companies, llou. S. lj. winter is
agent of tho abovo compel' for tho
.Tiin.aOth, at 7:30 o'clock,
A Half-Mile Running Race,
Eutranco free. Prise, Silver Mug.
One.hoiir.goas-you.ilcaso, between Jas.
Torbert and.!. Camnrn, tho In.ttor
having a start of It laps.
Admission, 25 Conts.
S. M. CARTER,
No. 82 Klaj
Number, in. notii companies, ibi.
"Wood and Coal Orders are heio'by
Bollctted, and will bo delivered at any
locality vilhln tho city limits.
Doparture Bay Coal, Nowcastlo
Coal and Charcoal.
Hord and Soft Wood, Sawed and SplF.t,
always on hand, anil sold in
;4 quantities to Milt. u
rpiIE lorco and commodious Building
X situated on Nuiuimi Street, a few
doors abovo Hotel Street, and rrcontl'
Racent GeutraLParR BinL
occupied as a urug own; uy..roi..
Holllster & Co. From It location In n.
central position on ono of our most busy
thoroughfares, It is admirably adapted
to business puiposes. For full parti-
I ya tin, No. 3 Kaahumanu
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General Agent for the Ilaffnllan Islands.
Honolulu, 11. X.
Custom IIouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Flro and Lifolnsuranco Agent,
Anmuil Meeting Notice.
riHE Annual Mcctinc of the East
J. Mnui Slock Co. will bo held at the
olllco of C. Brewer & Co. on MONDAY,
February 1, 1680, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td P. O. JONES, Secretary.
Queen St., next Bulletin O'l'co
Horses broken to Sad:
die and Harness,
Horses boarded by the
- day, week, or month,
Clipped. 83T Telephone 181.
rpiIE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
X heretofore occupied by tho Ger
man Club, consisting of Club House,
Bowline; Alley and extensive grouuds
well lrld out. Entrance from Punch
bowl and Emma Streets. Apply to
II. A. WIDEMANN,
207 tf or J. P. HACKFELD.
Xo. 4 AdnniH T.nnc.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native straws bewed In all tho latest
Lessons given in thlrty.slx kinds or
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbroi.
dery. 225 -
Election oi' Oiilecrs.
rnilE following officers for tho ensuing
A year were elected this 25th day f
January at tho Annual Meeting of the'
Stockholders of the Haiku Sugar Com.
II. 1 Baldwin-..
S. M. Damon-....
J. B. Athkiiton.
E. W. FKrnnsoN
Election of Ofllcors.
AT tho Annual Meeting of tho Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
hold ou the 21st January, the following
officers were elected to servo for tho cur
rciityear: Hon. Ciias. It. Bfsnor- President
Mu. Sam'i, O. Au.i:s Vice-President!
Mu. P. O. .Ionks Treasurer
JIu. .losr.i'ii O. Cauteu Secretary
Jlit. Tom il.w Auditor
Directors Hon. C. P.. Bishop, Mr. B.
C. A en and Mr. I'. U. Jones.
J. O. CAUTEU,
Sec'y HawMian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1880. 33 lm
EOlt SALE CnEAP. -
f HANDSOME Brownoll 2-scatcd
J Canopy-top Carriage, leather uphol
Mured, with polo shafts, curtains, lamps,
etc., complete. This carriage is nearly
now, and, having had tho best of care,
Is consequently In perfect order; 1
stylish sidebar plano-box Top Buggy,
also In perfect order; 1 Browster end.
spring Open Buggy; 1 lino SetBlngle
straii hand-mado Harness with solid
rubber mountings suitable for a largo
Carriage: 8 light Bets slngle-strop bar.
new, rubber mounted : 1 English Saddle:
bildlo and martingale: 1 largo sound
family or road Horse, kind In every par
ticular and safo for a lady to drivo; 1
bay Filly, 2 years old, sired by Cator; 1
lino young Cow (5 years old), part
Devon and part Jersey, to calve in
March; 2 heifers, 1 and 3 years old, from
above cow, by 10th Duke of Manchester.
The ubovo property is all In the best o
order and will ba sold cheap. Apply tc
B. F. GltAIIAM & Co., .
28 tf 8'J King 8tret
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