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SATUKDAY, 3IAHCII 13. 1880.
(XU.ANtU S. S. (30.
Marat-mi, from this Colonic for San
Francisco, March IX
Mariposa, from San Francisco for the
Colonic. March 20.
Geo. W. Elder, for San Francisco.
March I a.
Schr Walehu from Kauai
Slmr Likcllke from Kahulul
.Stmr Iwulaul from Kanal
Stun-.Ins Makee from Kapaa
Stinr Kllauca Hon from Humnkun
Stmr Dowsett from Pala
Sclir Mlllc Morris fiom Lannl
Itk 0 O Whltnioio for Tort Townscnd
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkollko for Kahulul
Stmr Iwalaid for Kauai and N'iiluiu
Stmr Duwhctt for l'ala
Sclir Muuuoknwnl for Ilaualcl
Schr Walelm for Kauai
Schr 31111c Mori Is for Lanal
Schr Kaiuhow for Koo'au
Sclir Dowsett for Hoeia
From Honolulu for -m Francisco,
per Zcalaudla, March 12i -A Gin sen.
X D White, C I) White, .hid OF
liars, wife and !1 children, .1 W l-'Micr.
G J Jcrne-'nn, A l'eltlul, E 0 Flsh
hoiirue, C l.udwlgen, 11 Swainey, J
Montgomery, Mrs A G Thuinan, Mrs G
A Wing, Mrs W Portens, Mrs A 1'ctalcu
and child, 0 Kelioe, MNus) Parsons
uud US In transit.
From Kahulul and br-porla, per
Llkellke. March Iilth S E Bishop, A
Bniba, E I. Parker, C M White, K W
Peterson, E Dowsett anil "8 deck.
From Hamakua, per Kllauca lion,
March 13th W Best, 1) McLeod, W
Edwards and :i deck.
From Kauai and N'lihau, per Iwalaul,
March lilth a X Wilcox, Francis Gay,
JIrs W W Hall, T Lchuean and wife,
Mr and Mrs Mchaffc and il!) deck.
Tho steamer Zcnlnndlii Milled at 12
o'clock Iat night for Sail Francisco
taking from this pott 0,220" bags of
wtgar, and 715 bunches of banana.
Thu steamer Llkellko brought 2,G9j
bags of sugar this nioiulug.
The schooner Manuokuwal brought
544 bags of Mig.ir from Koolau this
Tho steamer Kllauca Hon arrived
this morning with il."i8.i bugs of sugar.
Tlio schooner Mille Mori Is brought
200 sheep from Lauai this morning.
Tho steamer DowM'lt luturiicd this
lnornlng.froin Pala with no sugar.
The steamer Iwalaul brought 3,I1C
hairs of sugar, 17 hides and 1 hor-e
from Kauai tills morning. She sails on
Monday at "i i m.
woiiu l'uzzu: no. vm.
I am what many peoplu give
To others when they meet,
And many families keep In homes
Who might be on tlto street.
I ne'er complain when la.y folks
To live on mo contrlvo
And. good or bad, who take mu in
1 clothe and keep alive.
To many I give troubles soie,
To others I bring joy
And many a well-deserving child
For in j' sake gets no toy.
I'm blessed, mid cursed, and haggled
I'm sued for, and denied,
1 bind folks down to povcity,
And others raise to pride.
To some 1 come both hard and slow.
To others 1 come easy
I'm found on land and on the sea
When zephyrs glow too biee.y.
J 'm seen on almost every ship
In rigging, hull, or sail
Especially just when n calm
Succeeds a roaring gale.
I'm quickly put away from sight
Jly careful lns and dame
Ami many a man and bcat I cause,
To walk' tnrougii me (pun; lame.
Preachers do not want iny kind
upon incir uais aim clonic:
And no young lady prays for
To perch upon her nose.
Upon their hats and clothes
I'm long and shoit, and high and low,
I'm large mid I am small
J'm seen In rocks and in the earth,
In house, and bank, and wall.
Answer to Xo. 17 Hoot, To, Or.
John II. lUsn.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Gosi'iu. tumporuneo meeting in tho
JJuthol vestry this evening at t.IiO.
Tun steamer Kihuteii IIou reports
Mill water and light winds at lliunii
kiin. t ' '
Tub survices on tho wharf by tho
"W. C. T. U. will not bo hold to-iuui-iow.
Stk..mi:k Kiniui is duo to-morrow
fiom tho Volcano juiil Windward
Mux. Pinlnit will take possession
of Hon. C. It. Jlishop's mansion, King
Hticut, on Monday next.
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Tin: weather being very inugli at
Pain yostuiduy, tho .steamer Dowsett
could-reeoivo no sugar.
Tin: steamer Likcliku brought two
rollers from Sprcckelsvillu tliis morn
ing to bo repaired at tho foundry.
Skkvickh at thu tent, corner Hotel
sind Alukea streets, tliis uveningj
jjiibjuct, "Angels and their Inlluenco."
Tin: principal shippers of sugar by
tho Zeiihuidia last night were Hack-
fold & Co., 2,030, and HoflBohlnser &
Co., 1881 bags.
b'o.MiioNi: borrowed a handcatt
from the Pueillo Navigation Co. Ihu
other day, without permission, and
liugot to return it.
Tub fchip Stirlingsliho will soil for
Portland, Oregon, about Wodni sdny
ii": xt. Tho Moiry Makers nro nego
tiating for passage by her.
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Tin: Post Oilice ninil forwardui by
the Zonliiiidin, last night, contained
I2U2 letters, weighing 123 lb 7 oz
and 818 packages of papers, weigh
ing Ml lb.
"Tk.mi'tki) unil Tried," an address
on Tcniperance" by thu Hev. E. C.
Oggel, Pastor of tho Bethel Union
Chinch, can bu had at of Mr T. G.
Thrum on Foit sheet, and Messrs. J.
M. Oat, Jr. it Co. on Morchant street.
Tin: bark Karinn, from St. Peters
burg and Copenhagen, is anchored
outside. Shu took in stores at the
latter place for a detachment of the
liutMiiii aiiny at Vuldicosu in Japan
A I'KiNTKO card from thu late tour
ists to thu Volcano by the steamer
W. (J. Hall has been framed with a
photograph of thu crater in tho cen
ter. It will be sunt to San Francisco
to hang in tho Palaco Hotel.
Mu. Viera lias a part ownership in
the brig Allio Howu with the pur
chaser Mr. T. Lucas. Thu vessel will
sail for Hongkong on thu 22nd, witli
passengers. Captain Phillips will bu
master, and Mr. Lucas will act agent.
Tin: Merry Makers will bo assisted
by local talent at thu Opera Housu
to-night. Thu piogruinnio gives pro
mise of a lively entertainment and
those who aro ablu and willing to in
vest in an evening's fun, may expect
to get their money's worth.
Aiiout sixty young peoplu assem
bled at Mr. Hopper's party last
evening, and a gay tiino was had. At
10 o'clock, lefrcshmcnts weru surved.
Neatly printed programmed wero
furnished thu dacocrs who kept tip
the giddy whirl with enthusiasm
until 12 :Ii0 o'clock.
Tub steamer Iwalani brings news
of lino weather on her route and
plenty rain at Nawiliwili, yesterday.
Thu Planter's boiler was taken out
and is now lying in fivu feut of water.
Thu boiler weighs 23 tons, and at
.Niihau there is no gear sufuciently
strong to bundle it. Vhilu taking
thu boiler out of thu wreck, a stout
hawser parted, and it is feared there
will bu serious difliculty in getting
the boiler ashore.
An address of unusual interest was
given last Wednesday evening at the
llethel Union vestry by K. AV. Irwin,
Esq., Hawaiian Charge d'Afl'aivcs in
Japan. Thu occasion was tho Monthly
Concert and thu subject: ThuSunriso
Kingdom." Mr. Irwin briefly reviewed
liiu history of Missions in Japan and
then spoko in a most interesting way
of tiiu present statu of afTaiis and
of tho very hopeful outlook for tho
ascendancy of Christianity m Ihu
Ahoi, a Chinese, living in a room
over thu Chinese Secret Society build
ing, on Eerutania stieet, on ret jrning
fiom tiiu Chiucbu Theatre, Thursday
night, found tnat nis trunk had been
broken into, and $1)5 in gold and $123
in silver, and three pairs of silk pan
taloons abstracted therefrom. Tho
lobbor had got in by removing tho
strips holding in tiiu window sash
and taking out the sash, and was
oviduntly well acquainted wiih thu
Tin: north-western sky was lit up
last night witli ouo of thu grandest
exhibitions of ulectrio lights seen
hero for a long timo nast. Tho
lighting flashed vividly, at very near
intervals, from u great bank of clouds
extending over some thirty or forty
degrees of tho horizon. The play of
tiiu lightning, as witnessed from our
stieets, in tiiu bright moonlight, was
a sublimo spectacle. A telephone
message from Liliue, reported a heavy
thunder storm at that place.
It would not bo surnrisini! if John
Chinaman should be startled one of
these days by hearing voices issue
from his vegetable basket or his
"washeo" pile. There is a ventrilo
quist in town, and it would bo a very
good idea for our citizens, outside thu
pale of police protection, to take
lei ins. Nothing could bo better to
scare a burglar than to mako him
hear "Throw up your hands I" re
peated in nipid succession fiom be
hind uvory tieu on U peaceful citi
Tin: following report is from Wilder
Steamship Co.'s Volcano Housu, giv
ing tho names of touristis by the
Wilder lino, thu highest and lowest
tompotntuio at tho Volcano llouso,
and thu rain fall for.tho weuk ending
Februaiy 28th. Visitors to thu Vol
cano via Kcauhou, wore: Warren
Uoodulo, E. W. lieckwith, C. I).
Whito and Alex. Young, Jr.; via
Ililo, It. II. Greeley, A. H. Knowles,
T. C. Deacon, Ed. Smith, L. Turner,
Alex, young, Sr., Miss Yong, and
Mfss Kiolcard; via Kau, Col, Powell
and wife, C. M, Kowloy, wifunud son,
(do Misses Govo, Capt, Morrill, Miss
PaifOiis, and W. W, Warner. Thu
highest temperature of thu week Wits
(12, February 28th at 12 n on, thu
I lowest '1 1, February 22nd nt 7 a, m,
i It ruined llvo days in t)iu wetk to t)u
! depth of 1.1 inch, Tiu Volcano was
I actively building up ami overJlowiwj,
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Sati i:my, Mar. IJlth.
J. Maktia and 1'cil o, drunken
ness, SO each ; Muuliliu, assault and
battery, Sfi.20; Tai W.ii, cruelty to
animals, to wit, two horses. Ash
ford and Ashford for do endant. On a
motion to dismiss on til ground that
defendant lias been convicted on this
charge for thu same at', dofendant
is remanded tin'.il t.m lfith Inst
for judgment on the t. ot ion.
Clam chowder at thu Keystone to
Wkst, Uow it Co. ihvo received
ex. "Geo. Elder" U. A . Iledroom
sets, IJ. W. chai , l)i ' ' Carriages,
llanjos, Ilanjo SI ings, harmonicas,
Folios of Music, Klose? Method for
claiinet, White's Mutho t lor clarinet,
Song Queen, Kong Ting, Golden
Uobin, G. A. 11. War 'ongs, Eats,
Base Halls, Foot Palls, Rubber
Patties, Ac, Ac. "M
It is time to qu:t calPng the Hos
ton papers slov,. Tho Olobe lias
just published an illiut rated des
cription of a fire wh occurred
July 7, 1821. p'ittsh v Chronicle
CONSULATi: OKNintW. OF II K UN'TUl) )
Status, Honoli.lt, Mtr. 10," 18tt). y
ALL persons lir.vlng ci dins agitlnst
the KMuto of lilt 1 .to Florence
Harbour will prustnt th ame to this
ofllcu ptoperly venllcd -v 1 liin HO days.
72 iw ( o ul.Ociit'il.
COTTAGE TO 3iENT,
Xo. 127 Berot-ifa htreet, at
present occuph il by A. Elders.
l'o-iscRsldii iUe:i May 1I.
Empiiro on the premises, or of L. WAY,
ftlnmi btruct. in rc.r. '" "
MONTHLY, or longer if do
tired, a large Fi rnished Cot.
time with 11 i ioms- Hath
house and tre-tlt water ehowcr liutli.
Sea bathing. Situated at Kaplolani
Park. Muttml Telephone in tho house.
Tiwmir. nf ft. West, of V. eat. Dow &
A. HOSA, the celebrated
lunn Teller, lias clini'itcd her rosi
dence to the corner of LiUullKe Street
and Palace Walk. Mrs. Kosa, after a
short stay at that placi, will limku a
tour round the ihlnnds. Ti lv
I am instructed by Mr. W. C. Peacock
to sell at public .luctieu, at his real,
dence, Xo. 12S Uoietanhi Street,
On Wednesday, Jffar. 17th,
at 10 a.m., the whole of bis household
Furniture, nompn-dng . part as fol
lows: 1 HW Bedioom He, M'ltticsacs,
Pillows, BW Extension J ilng Table &
Chairs, HW Purl r Set ' i lmir cloth,
Koscwood Wrllii.g Tn '. , Mnhogany
Curd Table. Larg and Siaall Hugs, a
few Choice Engravings, Jl rror,
gl New Homo Sewit g Machino,
In goud order; ChundclierJ and Lamps,
Veranda Chairs, Hath lub, etc., etc.,
Kitchen Stove & Utensil -, Luwu Mower,
Garden IIoso & Tools, el -.
LEWIS J. J LVEY,
73 Ct Auctioneer.
TO THU Pl.JLIC.
Tie Pacific Tn Co.,
Olllce with C. 3 Miller,
U Mert limit litiect,
Bell Tel., 377, Mut'itil Tel., 391.
I am fully prciroed t
do all kinds of
dravuue. huulintr ir ir
ir mo- lnir work, nil of
which I will guarantee .. execute faith,
02 ly S. F. GRAF AM, Prop'r.
NEW YORK LINE.
Uroad Si i eel,
.Y., will des.
t) is line, on or
patch au Al vc.-u-I in
3IiVY 15. J 8,
Orders should be forwarfi'tl by steamer
of March lUtli, to insLtt shipment by
this opportunity, or not Inter than April
(1th. CAbTLL is COOKE,
JTuMliioimhlc Clonic tind
Corner of Alukea & King Sts.
C. K. MILLER,
Goncral Business & Purchasing AQont.
42 ierctat SI., Hioli.
My most falthipl altii lioii will lie
given for 'lio
Purchase ot rV.orcjianriise
in Honolulu for me aldciits pf
lit) scvcrti) Ibhauls ot mU group.
"?r'' ' '.'rwwwii
San Francisco, Cal.
(oncnuciire of the death of the
owner of this well-known property.
tho uliole cMnhlUhmcnt is otleied for
sale, and will bo disposed of as an en
tirety, offering a favorable opportunity
to any one disponed to enter into this
bnslnus. The Mills for cleaning and
hulling nre of the inot titiproveil pat
tern, witli a Corliss Engine of 100-lioro
power, built in 1383, with nil the latest
improvement!!; nlo, n superior Holler
and nil Mnchmciy ncce"nry for clenii.
Ing Illce ready for Immediate use.
The land upon "which tho stiucturc Is
erected Is held by lenc, ccplrlng July
1, 1887, with tho privilege of C years' ex
tension upon veiy favorable terms, or
tho Mills und Machinery cjii be remov
ed if so desired. For further parti
culars, apply to
.1. T. WATEP.IIOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
S. L. Jonks & Ci , uan 1 "jlsco. 58
taiik'sft Who's Sale
NOTICE Is hereby . n that, by
onlerof Aleximdi Carlwright,
br., tlf Executor ami Tn o of thcl.ist
will ami testament of Emma Ki.Ieleona
Jani.ili'censuil, and under license of the
Siiprcim- C'liiit, we nreaiithoriedto sell
ttlPiililIeAuetioii.il oiii Mtlesroom, on
(Jin en Si., in the City of Honolulu,
the 23d day of March, 1680,
At 12 o'clock noon, all tho right, title
and interest of the said Emma Knlclo.
oniiliuil, of, in and to the following de
1 Tho Ahupuaa of WAIAIIA 1, situate
in Koua, Island of Hawaii, mid con
taining un area of 27:IJ acres, and be
Ing more particularly described in
Koyal Patent 11)30.
2 The land known ns KOLOAKIU,
situate in Wainio, District of Hamii-
kun, Is-lnnd of Hawaii, containing an
area of 3(1 fO-100 acres, and being
Apana 3 of ltoynl Patent 1(105, Laud
commission aw nro a.ni) is.
3 The hind situate at KULAHUIIU,
Lnhaiua, Maul, containing an area of
4 -lii8 121U acres, and described in
Koyal Patent Grant 482
4 The Ahupuaa of ULAINO, situate in
i he DiMrict of Koolau, Island of
Maui, and being the snme as appears
by Royul Patent 22J7, I.iintl Conns.
8loii AtMird H518 II. Aiea unknown.
5 That certain piece of land situate at
PUIWA, Honolulu, Oahu, and con
talng an area of 55100 of an acre,
and ueing inoic p.irtieul.nly described
In Koyal Patent Grant 2100.
C That certain laud situate at KAI1U
LU1, Komi, Hawaii, containing an
area of 1 D-10 acres, and more paitl
cularly described In lloval Patent
G277 A, Land Cumml-sloii Award
7 Those two certain pieces of land situ,
ate at PUAKO, Luliatna, Maul, and
containing an area together of l)B
ncres, ami being Apatias 1 and , ot
Koyal Patent (1777, Land CouintU-dou
8 That certain land situate at PUEIIU
EIIU, Lahalna, Maul, and containing
an area of 2.1 perches and being de
scribed in Koyal Patent 1707, Land
Commission Award 0875.
0 Tho Ahupuaa of KAHULUI, situate
luKuna, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Kojnl Patent 1000, Land
Commission Award MIO B, Area un
known. 10 The Ahupuaa of KALAMA, sltualn
lu Kou.i, Island cf Hawaii, ami being
Apana 3 of Koyal Patent 1000, Land
Commission Award 8510 B, Aiea un
known. 11Thc Ahupuaa of PAHOIHIOK situ
ate In Koua, Island of Hawaii, and
being the same ns described in Land
Commission Award 6.110 B, Area un
known. 12 The Ahupuaa of WA1AKA 1, situate
at Walinea, District of South Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and belni: Annua 1
of Koyal Patent 1000, Land Commis
sion Awaid 8010 B, Area unknown.
13 That certain pleco nf laud situate
in PAKALA, Lahalna, Maul, and con
taining au area of 1 aero 22 perches
and being deterlbed hi Koyal Patent
1870, Land Commission Award 8010 II.
14 That certain piece of land situate In
PAKALA, I.nhnlua, Maul, containing
au area of 38-100 of au acre, and de
scilbedlu Koyal Patent 1100. Land
Commission Awaid 10127.
10 That eel tain laud situate at MAKI LA,
Lahalna, Maul, containing un mount
7?.j ncies, mid descillied In Koyal
Patent 1112, Land Commission Awaid
10 That curtain land situate in MA
KII.A, Lahalna, .Maul, containing an
aiea of 1 Kood 10,Hods,aud doe-crlbed
In Koyal Patent :t."i37, Land Commis
sion Awaid 10127.
17 The Ahupuaa of MAUXALKI situ
atu on the Island of Lanal, and con
taining an area of 3112 38100 acres,
ami being the sumo ns described lu
Koyal Patent 0770, Laud Commission
Award 8.110 B.
18 That certain piece of land with thu
buildings thcicon, situate ou Hotel
Street, in the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, and known as Kl'OllA, con
taliilm: mi urea ot 83 fathoms and 10
feet, and described lu Koyal Patent
110. Land Commission Award 118 B.
10 That certain plecu of laud with tho
buildings thereon situate on Queen
Street, in snld Honolulu, containing
au men of 016-1000 of au acre, and
being Apana 1 of Koyal Patent 0778,
Land Commission Awaid 8010 and
20 That certain piece of laud with the
buildings thereon, situate on said
Queen Street containing an aiea of
:i-10 of nnncre, and being described lu
Koyal Patent 300U, Lund Commission
Awaid 0128 B. '
l-'or further paiileulurs apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. J, CAUTWUIGHT, S..,
Executor and Trustee.
CO IS tui's-thurs-ssU
JKIIlS, HUS'M,,' grocer,
Has rccclv.l, pc Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Sunko". Halibut, Soueod h'ackorol, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
3 1 em
won Bellies, Eastern Ci
.egs Butter, Kor Por
n; Oat Meal; Corn Mi
, Durets' Olive Uil; J
t tracts; Hose Wnter; 1
school Cakes; lilxed
nd Bloisom Tens- Fa
'otatoes; Onions; ifero
lcllvered to all pirtJ of
rl?c le hone llO.
0:a or about March 15, 1886,
Z. K. BEYERS, Agent.
C'u 1T?Bj XL'S BLOCK,
Ho:: ier of Eort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a 1 rge ml carefully selected stock of
Rent's Fine furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mado ( othing, and Hats and Caps
i all tki Lati fl Styles ai Patterns.
I JT t rtlcular attention is ca .ed to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
O AWAH1I l 4
.6. S. G. W. Hdur,
iat lall O-ooCi.s !
PO HE SKASU. OP 181
atnit Bats, Ai-h,
V dow berry and llius vood Bats.
i jve. '.asks & Moudi Pi ices
CALL EAKLY AT
jOurned regular Annual Meet
of the Inter.Isl'ind .tcnin
r M1E i
t In .
'" . ,
n Co. will bu held, on tl l.ltli
i.t., nt '1 o'clock a.m., at their illlcc,
)u Uspl.t ule. J. h l.,
Secretary I. 1. S. . Co.
.lono i i, Mar. 8, 1880. ' 1 7t
C J XTAGE
i S" Pi in Valley.
U mu I'unchbowl Streets. 0
AUcliOi.nd Bath, Carrlacu Hoi
a; .me, ',ery convenience, uci t $16
i iiiimt. . Apply at 110 Klnc; -licei,
oi on ti e lUcmUcH. Uil iw
Emotion of OHIaon-
T tin reguliir ineulliii if tin Haw.
Z'i. u i'n Cnrringo Mtinufiu uiing
C'liipnjj Limited, held thiB d.i,', thu
fo lowl olllccrs wciu elected:
i oi'on WithT President A: Mt linger
I K. liiiMNdiuii VlccPr. ildcnt
i' S. D il ii.as Sec'y St Trr iniiror
V. F. A.wF.N b ulltor
Direi 'C b-G. West, I). V. Dillin jhain,
, P. .,1 en ami T. S. Douglas.
Iloiu h ,n, Feb. a.", 188U. 02 Mt
Competent Seamstress (,'ortu.
i! i. .() a hituaiion w tn a , -irate
; tnlly, ') lJressmnker. Apply u
57 II v I Street. 72
he :.ert reeve, m,h,s..
t- , Hydiuputhiu I'hysi lun,
Heal ill dlcuies by I'm It' itiou,
( Mllio niedlolne).
Chn lip Diseases a Special y.
Pers -i weary of using phys with.
u ,t in would do well to ndo; t thl.
- tem Consultation liouri", '1 X l v.n.
' 53jr t. vijids nu the other -Iuiiim
i.ltei' ' i-pcoiiil iirraiigeiiijnt,
West -a Hotel Street, cpp. tu Y.
i. . C. . 0- U
: : :
fish 'n blocks, New Cheese, Dupco Hamt; and
I.nr 1, Bilker's "Wholo Corn, Gcrmca, break.
; Crnckcd Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Intel ; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As
tes; Nuts; Kalsitis; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
'ruc.rs; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Ily 1 lour; Bran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
ne O.,, etc., etc.
tcc''y. Satisfaction guiitantecd.
Hats dyed and presfed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native btiaws sewed in nil the latest
Lessons clvcn in thirtv.slx kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and pointing
Orders taken for all kinds of
The Most Durable and Prettiest
for Children's clothes, especially Boys
Suits, Unit you ever saw,
ABE FOR SALE BY
THE undernigued has moved Into tho
olllce of Mr.. I. E. 'Wiseman, whero
he will bo prepared to furnish house,
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chlnebo interpreting, mid n general
business. (00 Cm) 80YONG.
A. lTo-v CunIcn of
just received, ex bark I.ovspilng.
Departure Bay and
For sale tn quantities to suit.
N. H. When ordering coal nsk iryoit
it 2.000 or 2,1)40 lbs. tier Ton. Wo sell
nh'Tons. (C41m) WILDEltttoCO." .
MISS A. I BDRRE,
Slo. 4 AdnmH Lane.
at - I v