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WKDNKSDAY, MAKCII 17. 1880.
OClIANIO S. M. 00.
Mnraroa, from (lie Colonic for S.tn
Francisco, Miiroli HI.
Marlpoa, from San Francisco for tint
Colonics. Mnrch 20.
Opo. W. Elder, for .San Finncli'(j,
Tuiti V S ilowne fium Sati Krnuclsco
Jtktnu Amelia fiom 1'oit Townscnd
Schr Cntciina from llononm
.Schr Canute from Hawaii
Schr Kliukal from Walaltm
Mai eh 17
Ship Stlrllmj-ihlio for l'nitlmul. Or
Torn KxccNIor for S.in KniiiuNuo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Schr tilitikni for W'alaltia
Schr Catcrhia for Wahnanalo
VESSELS IN PORT.
llHtiiu Coiutiiov Foul. .Miller
Ilk CO Whltinoic. Thoinp.oti
Tern Lottie Kali Mold. Hlngay
liglno W 0 Irwin, Tinner
From Windwaid roil, per steamer
V (1 Hull, .Mmch IGth IINMiijeMy the
Kill'', II K II Princess l.llliiokalani, G
W (J .lonoa, I'lof II Merger, .Mrs I ICaae,
fume. Brodh', V S, M .Joy, Captain .1 IC
l'anlo, O Mnohk, I.lent .1 K Solomona,
W Aylett, 1) IC Xuone and 120 dock.
For Windward Poit, per steamer
Klnan, March ICth For the Volcano,
via llllo: DO Katon anil wife. For llllo
and way pori-: .Mrs Dickinson, W V
Fugue and family, C Xotley and wife,
J II McLean, 31 Sutter, UJ Llclle, Dr
Jwul.J Kenton, Dr.M Yamashllo, .1 D
Trogloan, M So vii and wlfoj IC Osaka, S
O WIMer, Jr, .1 1 Snvd-Kynnoi.sley, F
Wllhelm and 1UU deck.
Steamer ICaploIanl towed the .schooner
Lcahl to sea tills morning.
Tlio balk Ceylon will receive .sugar
to-morrow for San Francisco.
The AlMu Howe is prcpailng to sail
for Hoiigkom: on the 22nd lust.
The hark Calharieii are due at this
port from San Friiuel-co.
Thu tcin Kxcelslor, dipt 1'ilU, Milled
this morning for San FiancUco with
8,127 hags of sugar, and S20 hags of
rice. Value 9:,o,700.
Steamer V G Hall arrived yesterdav
v m from Hawaii and Maul, with Gill!)
hags of sugar, MS ha;js of awa, 111 hags
of coffee, 811 hides, 2 iioises and 7 pigs.
The IJrltMi ship StlrllngMiIic, (.apt
Alexander, having discharged her cargo
for this port, sailed this v m for l'oit
litnd, Oregon, for which place she has
fcomu DUO tons of merchandise.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
St. Patrick's day in tins iiioiniii'.
Sti:a.mi:k Bishop is duo heioTliuifl-
Y. M. C. A. regular monthly meet
ing to-inoriow evening.
IIib Majesty will piolitilily visit tlio
target grounds thi.s iiftornoon.
Sciioo.vwt Lilioliho took lumber
for Wahnea liridgo yestenlay.
The Y. S. Uowno Inought 27
Chinese passengers from San Fran
cisco this morning.
Tin: Custom House has been closed
n day, and veiy little woik ilonu
Jilnng tlio city fiont,
1 lis Majesty's yacht I foalani, which
left hero last Wednesday, arrived ut
Hookona, Hawaii, on Fiiday.
Tiik Honolulu Uilles will join tbo
ICing's Own at l'unclibowl lango this
iiftornoon. and will return with them
in thu evening.
So.MiuiODY leaving tlio Kawaiahao
Seminary at 11 o'clock hibt night
fiuno near being run over by iij,ay
iwrty leturning fiom Wnikiki.
Many thanks to J. M. Oat, Jr., tfc
Co. iiikI to Captains Paul and Dab
cock for Into papers that arrived by
tho W. S. Uowno lliis morning.
MuHiiits. Norton and J.uroyIe,f the
Merry Mnkeis, will join thu Lilly
Emerson troupo on their icturn to
San .Francisco fiom the Colonies.
Tin: Wnialuu biidgu, Oahu, wi
finished last week, and on Satuitln)
lust, ii festival was held in honoi of
thu ovent. This biidgo leads to Moku
leia and is tlio laigest on thu Island,
Tin: bteainer Jus. 1. Dowsutt is ex
pected hero this afternoon fiom 1'ain,
Maui. Shu will bail again bluntly
after bur arrival, in onlur to niako
iliieo trips this week.
A i.Aiini: attendance of thu wealthy
citizens of Honolulu was piesont at
Messrs. Adams A Co.'s auction, at
Hniwer A Co.'s, this inouiing, and
wile woiu booming.
"Waltisu JMcHrydo, William Mon
Kan'at, and K, Woduhouso tako pas
sago by tho bajkentino Klikitat,
Saturday, for Port Townscnd, mostly
for thu triit. Thoy will bo gojio sov
A run: stinted in tbo kitchen of
thu Whito Houso, yestoiday, and was
diseovt'red in tinio to prevent n grand
hlazo. It is supposed to havo lieon
tho work of a gang of ineendinries
rats ovortiuHing tho match box.
Mn. Sptoull's placo of business, in
tho Heaver Hlock, nttrjictcil a mi
7 - h4"w I . .
unnv ladle vcilerday. Rome enmc I
to inspect and some to puichafc. All
wore profuse in their admiration of
tliu beautiful fabrics on exhibition.
To-day, being tho anniversary of
the blrlli-ilay of Kntneluii .elm ill.,
the Government olllces aro keiping
holiday, ami the Biii.mjtin olllco will
follow suit in the nfternoon. This
accounts for tho paper going to props
earlier than usual.
Amono tho nirivnls by tho W. G.
Hall yesterday weiu Their Majesties
the King and Queen, who weio re
ceived at the wharf with loud cheers
from the crowd, Thu shore battery
thundeied out a salutoas the steamer
came up the channel,
A l'Ain of pants wero stolen from n
Chinese stoic on Nutianu slicet,
Monday evening. Thu thief ran, and
the police ran, but thu pants got
.iway. This may lmvn been thu
"unit" refeired to by Ventriloquist
Millis's manikin last night.
Tin: vacant lot on tho upper side
of the Pantheon Saloon, wheiu tho
Kulorpriso I'laning Mill foimerly
stood, is being built upon. Tho front
is intended for small stoics, and a
long nai iov structuiu running back
is meant for a shooting gnlloiy.
Tin: usual services will hu held at
tiie chinches this evening. Subjects
announced: at tho Bethel, "The Love
of C'hiist;" tit Fort-street, "Duty and
l'rivilege of personal work with non
Clnistians," and at St. Andiew's
Cathedral, "Second Temptation," an
.uldiess by the Ilev. Geo. Wallace.
A s i : v i : i n : accident to Dr. Henri
McGrew happened last week on Ha
waii, iteturiiing from the Volcano,
he was ihiown fiom his hoi so and
icceivcd u wound in thu head. Thu
doctor was taken to tbo lesidencu of
Julian Monsarrut, ICapapala, where,
at latest accounts, hu was progiessing
favorably towaids recovery.
Tin: sailors of the steamer ICilauen
Hon dosoited last evening with a
dctci munition to celebrate ICameba
nieha Day. The steamer, though
liming but niuu sailors left, put to
bi'ii at 7 :'M o'clock. Shu will call at
K.ihului with n lepaiied roller, and
will there secuio moio men if possi
ble. If unsuccessful, shu will pro
ceed to Mahukona where her wants
will ho supplied by Mr. Wilder.
Tm: ICing's Own, )." stiong, and
the Manuilahoas, 20 strong, maicbcd
to the Palace this morning, headed
by a drum corps and under command
of Major Daker, thu ICing's Own
cai lying tho Hag won at thu competi
tive thill. The abovo companies wero
joined at tho Palace by thu 1'rincu's
Own, whuru the battalion was formed.
Tho Queen.s Own did not turn out,
on account of tho di'Iintuiuucy of thu
older. Fiom the 1'alacu the ICing's
Own matched to thu slopes of I'uncli
bowl for u day's pinctico at target
To I'MiAsi: tho Indies and little ones,
manager J. K. Wiseman, by special
request fiom many lending citizens
has solicited Mr. Fred. W. Millis, the
mouaich Ventriloquist and Humorist
to givo a giantl matineu on Saturday
afternoon. Don't forget to sue the
six merry manikins, they are tho
jollicst set of characters over seen.
Uring half-a-tlozen hankerchiefs nlong
for you will need overyonu of them.
Witness tho Laughing Song, and a
grand exhibition of Leg-er-do-main.
Cliildien untler 12 jears 25 cents;
nilults fiO cents. Positively thu only
matinee, anil Satuiday night closes
Mr. .Millis's performances heiu. Tick
ets at J. K. Wiseman's ollice.
Just icceivcd pur steamer G. W.
KUIor ."),000 feet 1'ictuio and Coinicu
Mouldings new Styles and Patterns.
ICing llios.' Art Store, Hotel street.
I'irrinir. Frames and Cornices
niade to oider; a largo vaiiuty of
Mouldings to select from and at
prices to suit all. King Uros.1 Art
Stoio, Hotel stiect, 70 (it
Wi:st, Dow it Co. bavo received
ox. "Geo. Klder" U. W. llcdioom
sets, 15. W. chairs, Unity Caniages,
Ilaujos, llanjo Strings, Hainionicas,
Folios of Music, Kloso's Method for
clarinet, White's Method for clarinet,
Song (Jueen, Song King, Golden
Hobin, G. A. It. Wnr Songs, Hats,
liaso Halls, Foot Halls, Kuhber
llattlos, Ac, Ac. 71
NEWS BY THE HALL.
Tho steamer Hall brings news of
lino weather on her route. Rain is
much needed at Kau. Purser Sun
nioiison icpoits a great lissuto at
Puna, Hawaii, caused by tho recent
volcanio disturbances. Tnl3 rent is
in some places 18 feet wide &nd the
bottom cannot ho seen. It emits a
peculiar odor similar to that of lire.
The people of Hawaii don't seem to
bo troubled about the Volcano and
firmly beliovo it will return to its
Mr. Fred. "W. Millis' inaugural
appearance at tho Hawaiian Opera
louse was greeted with a mode
rately largo audience, and, judging
from the loud and frequent applause,
ccitainlyan apprcpiativo one. Tlio
character songs, comprising tho first
part of tho programme, wero excel
lently rendered uud cnthu&iastlcul)y
received. Mr. Muldoon, an Irish
character, was about as true- to life
nx it Is possible to bo. ' " "Modern
Troubadour" bro..ht .. !c visions
of MeCnbo lo many in u tuidicncc.
The entire scoond pni1' of the pro
gramme consisted of cxnibitions of
ventriloquism, and w.i- extremely
amusing. A half do-'cn lifeless
ligurcfl were intulu to look, sing and
talk like animated beings. The
rnpid and complete chnnqes of voieo
were wonderful. The audience was
fairly iifroarious with di light. Mr.
Millis has certainly fulfilled the pro
mises made in his postcs and adver
tisements, and given to the public of
Honolulu an entertainment worth
more than the money charged. An
entire change of programme is pro
mised for to-morrow hIk it.
A BOAT'S ADVENTURE.
Last Thursday evening at about
8 o'clock while the steamer W. G.
Hall was off Kailun, a boat fiom the
whaler Mary & Susan came to the
steamer, with letters for Honolulu.
Shortly after the wliale-b .iat proceed
ed towaids the ship, then lying about
seven miles off. The boat's crew
pulled all night, llrcd bombs and
lockets, and even went 1(5 miles to
sea; but saw no sign of the ship.
At 7 o'clock the next norning the
crew landed at Knilu. pretty well
exhausted. They hail no money,
and being very weak and hungry,
tho chief olllccr, who was
with the crew, had to sell his
watch for four dollars, in
order to procure food. The whaler
was not in sight from tl e land, and
the men stationed tl msclvcs in
thu chin eh steeple, and kept a con
stant watch for three day. On the
fourth day, the crew proceeded in
the boat along the coast towards
Kealakckua Hay, in hopes of falling
in with some whaler. After pulling
about four miles, and noing almost
dead from thirst and liti igcr, turned
in shore, a poit half- vay between
lvailua and Kealakeku- Hay, when
a man, supposed to be the sheriff,
with several others, in jrecpted the
whalers and forbade a landing.
They gave no rcaton fc their action
and notwithstanding entreaties for
water, the poor sailors were again
compelled to handle Hie oars, for
another four miles in the scorch
ing sun. They linall, arrived nt
Kealakckua Hay, whei j they were
well treated, and aft ; live days
ashore waiting for som s whaler to
appear, they took pst.sage by the
steamer Hall to join their ship at
Hits port. Theic are six sailors in
tbo boat crew, and Lav .ence, ono of
them, thinks thu treatment they re
ceived at one of the ports above
nicutioned was pretty Lard, nnd he
would pity a shiwrccked crew at
that place. Tho Mary and Susan
will call bore again for her captain,
who is expected on the 20th inst.
In the meantime, the sailors will bo
cared for by the Ameiican Consul.
Toksday, March lGth.
Samuel Smithers and Geo. A.
Dunn, affray, $0.10 each.
Akamu, committed to the Insane
Jas. Campbell vs. Hyceno Kanzc,
refusing duty under contract; or
dered to return. Costs $y.
SALE OF THE STEAMERS.
It appears that some communica
tion has been received by the Postmaster-General
to tho effect that the
Oceanic Steamship Company has
purchased the steamers Australia
and Zealandia from Mr. Pearcc.
This is a gratifying termination to
the ill-judged pioposal to run two
rival lines of steamers between
Australia and tho Luited States
onu from Sydney via Auckland and
Honolulu to San Francisco, and the
other direct fiom Sydney to San
Francisco via Honolulu. Whatever
may be the demands of future tralllc
along this Pacific routu, it is clear
that there is at present no scope for
healthy competition. In other words,
two lines of steamers could not be
run without entailing loss on the
proprietors of both. Fnder the ar
rangements for the new mail con
tract, entered into between the
Union Steamship Company and tho
Sprcckels Oceanic Company on the
ono side and tho Governments of
New Zealand and Ni v South Wales
on the other, it wi quito under
stood that tho bti mors of Mr.
Pearce, which hnd done their woik
so well in the past, w ild be utilized
for tho running biiivccn Sydney,
Auckland and Iloni 'ulii ; and, up
to the eomini'necniC't of the ic
ncwed service, no d qiarttirc from
this agreement was upticipated. Hut
the merchants of S;, duey professed
to have an insuperably objection to
a change of vessels being made at
Honolulu ; and, at tho last moment,
a contract waa inndo between them
and Mr. Pearcc to 111.1 tho Zealandin
and Australia from Fydney to San
Francisco direct. 'J uis was done in
tho hopo that tho provisional ar
rangement sauctionut by tho Postmaster-General
of New South AValcs
would not bo sau'loned by the
Parliament of that colony, and tho
hopo was entertained that the Gov
ernment of Sir Joint Kobcrtson
would prefer granting a subsidy to
ii direct mail servh 0. This Govern
tucn'v, liowcver, did not feel itself
slrotic onoueh to cnibr.ik In nny
such undertaking, and Uo ttltimnto
defeat seems to have put an end to
the expectations which its supposed
preference had raised. This would,
no doubt, facilitate the negotiations
for the purchase of Mr. Pcarcc's
vessels by the Oceanic Company.
The result will therefore be, that
we may soon again have the pleasure
of welcoming our old favorites, the
Zealaiidin and Australia, as tho
probabilities aro that they will take
up the running between Sydney and
Honolulu via this port, and that the
Alameda and Mariposa will resume
their former tralllc between Hono
lulu and San Francisco, while the
Mararoa will bo available for any
emergency. All parties interested
will be pleased at this termination
lo an undesirable rivalry; and,
though tho speed of the Zcalandia
and Australia 111:13' not bo equal to
that of the Alameda and Mariposa,
they arc superior and comfortable
vessels, and with n very little ex
penditure may ensi'y have their
travelling rate jmcoI. .a'cd. Asa
further satifu Smy o.itcomc of this
airaiigemeiit thcie will now be no
dilllculty expei ienced in securing
the sanction of ihu New South "Wales
1 .luiaiucnt to the uev. mail service;
and mee more the two colonies
wli . have so many interests in
common, will be fou: d acting in
concert for the prou ion of this
enterprise. iVcto Zc 'ml llcruld.
A PARIS SENSATION.
Pauls, Feb. 2."i. A new kind of
sensation was niade in the Chamber
of Deputies this aftci 110011. A
strange man in one of tho galleries
arose excitedly, drew a revolver and
fired it twice witli a downward act,
and then coolly threw a letter to
ward Clcincnceau. The man was
quickly seized and hurried out by
the police. When the excitement
had subsided a llattenrd bullet was
found at the feet of the President
of the Chambers. Tho prisoner said
ho was a soldier who had been so ill
treated by his hiipeiiors and ignored
by tho otllcers of justice that he re
sorted to a desperate expedient of
creating a sensation in the Chamber
of Deputies in older to secure atten
tion to his grievances, l'lio prisoner
gave his name of Poieirc nnd said
he was an olllccr in the French
Army. He asserted that the letter
which ho threw toward Clemcnccau
contained an offer to give tho Gov
ernment tho names of the betrayers
TTAVING been appointed sole Agent
New Zealand Butter,
tho first shipment having just arrived
per s.s. Jluraron, I have the same to
oiler in quantities to suit at unusually
low rates, In packages of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically sinlcu Tins. This article
Superior to any J3uttei
hitherto pi oil need or oll'urcil for sale in
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Solo Agent.
?7 lw -10 Queen Street.
Jeffrey's Porter & Ale !
IX 4(11.1 HTN AMI 1'IXTH,
For Sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
cotta;i; roil kent.
OITUA'IKI) on thu corner of Klttiui
O and lViibitcnln Streets. Contains 6
rooms besides pantry, linlli, etc. Kvery.
tiling coincident. Hlilblu and oiiUiuuch.
Premises are now occupied by Dr. Gray.
Possi&shm given April 1st." Rent SJ'.IO
pur month. Apph to
.INO. A. J'ALMKH. 77 Fort St..
or Win. O. At water. 75 lw
MONTHLY, or longer If do
tired, a large Furninhcd Cot.
ttiL'c with D rociniK- li.ith
house and fresh water i-hower hath.
Sea Imtliing. Pltuiit I nt KapiolanI
I'aik. Mutiinl Telephone In tint house.
Inquire of G. cM, of Wtit, Dow it
''piIE undeislgned h.n moved into the
JL olllco ol Mr. J. E. Wit-cuum, where
he will be prep.ncd to fnrnihli house,
hold serviintu, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chlncho Interpreting, and 11 general
liiiMnrss. (f,0 dm) 8QYONO.
IT allords us great f.Icasuro lo testify
(hat wo arc highly satlslled with
tlio Inter.Islaiid Steam efavigatlon Com.
puny's route lo tlio Volcano. Wo be
lieve 11 to bo the ltct.1 nnd most convent
tnt, and have much plcusuio In recom
mending it to tho notice of Intending
tourists. Wo havo looked over the
pamphlet written about this roml, ami
everything tinted in tho Biimo fully cor.
rcspoids with the reality, without being
MEDOHE.M OHAWFOHI), Oregon.
A HE lir.OWN, San ynclsco,
ALE L. I.rOWN. Ban FrnucUos.
1 tf fm tlmT.nrtlr of lionr
11 ! I 1 M II III OIK (M
0 lnn ctmii t. in I !'
t.iiK 10 lollmiliig
n. largo Invoice of J :'. E.own & Son's Well-known
H- LVtROCK" Irish Table Linens,
IV! nogrfi.s and Crests inscrtc in Oamask to order for very low rates.
.'.ll. I .Ip4. Tnltf't C.n ovm. Cilnr mid Ten f'lnlliH. IMIIfiu I.lnntm. Shenttllir. I'rlntfd
lain l.i, ns. llniiiuKk. llnck imtl I nevlonvln. Iliuk Tdwelllnit. Unblciiched DnniRsk.
Di I i
i, Cnin 'Ii: and Hemstitched llnuO (eielilfi,
Any Jjength Out.
lo, tin -nvolco of I1EI.KAST MUSI INS new
t for tV - YOlth" T. KI.AX HI'U. CO. Ltd.'
. VO tl MAN, Ilelfnst; II. K. 1IOU.S KI.I.,
On MONDAY, April 5th, 1886,
01 AS. HUETACE, GROCER,
I- 1 STJR KET,
Iltii icceivcd, J r Sttamship Geo. W. 'Eldor,
r'tuokc'' Halibut, Soused IHackorol, in tins, BonolesB Codfish,
KItr tilmnn llellles, Kabtcrn Lntlfith in Mocks, New Cheese, Dupco Hums and
llaei , KcgH Hotter, Kegs IV k, Lnrd, Maker's Whole Corn, Gormen, Break.
fasi i' rm; Out Meal; Corn J! cnl; Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salnd
Dri- iir; Durct Ollvu Oil; coliatjrs; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As
sort l2xtracl; Hose V nter; Dates; Nuts; Italsius; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
Cakt ; School Cakes; lixc Cra kers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Cot " tinil Hlnssoin 'fun; 1 mlly Flour; Bran; Oats; Wheat ; Corn ; Saloon
llri' ; l'oiatoes; Onions; Kcnjenu Oil, etc., etc.
3.." Gnu i delivered t" nil parts of the city. Satisfaction guniantccd.
Coiner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias jiiht opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mnde ClotMng, and Hats and Caps
111 all lie Latest Styles aid Patterns.
i articular nttcntluu Is i lied to
'ompetent Seainnresf. n'ortvi
e) a situation Willi a .jrlvnie
i Dressninker. Apply .
M.A. GONSALVKSt' CO.,
1 1 Stiect. 12
1 - I
lor. Business & PurcUtlnn gcni.
o t faithful nl ten ion will bo
given for tho
Pi- )ha5e ot Mcrchar ijso
Wi ) o .ulii for the re-lden. of i'ic
iU ( , oral Islouils of this grr ip. ly
thpriihtlofrcnrriinytlint I limpnprred I An
!, limn-Up Sit mm K. llnfficlilncinTf. Co.,
libli l.lreii", linpoitid direct limn ll.-uut,
OP MOItK THAN 100 YKAIIS liEl'UTATIO.V.
Vnui'tiiNfil for Excellence of nall(',
L'tiMtrpfiMftftl Tor IMiralillll' In Wear,
ITnMirpnnncil for Hrnuty of JlcMcn.
Olitoltirtl lllglicnt Awnrtln, vlr.:
UK I) I.S HelfUHt, HI I nnd ISTO; I-ondoii, HM.l'C'J
nml lUold) 1970; 1'nrH (Oold), 1SC7J Dublin, lttt
and IST'i; l'lilliidelplila, isTC.
TnMo Clotli4froin2 to 7 ynrd In length, with
Xnpk'tn to mutch. . .
llm nl)oe art! muili' of the UEST lltlSIt nnd
Couitrnl Huxi )uii, wocn and blenched In Ire
land, tin' nuttiM-im tiPiiln tlio Tnblo I.llien nro
ihlKiied bv lltlMll AUTISTS, who limo for uiuny
yt'iirs excelled thosu of uny other country.
rultublo for lndlcn und ucntlcnicn'd uo.
piitterni, fint toloti-.
ltelfnt ; .1. S. llliOWN A MtNb, Iklfast; T. A U.
Ltd., Ilrldport, Kiig. ?l
nn clccrant line of Gent's Neckwear.
, . '
rpiIE Union Hair Dressing Saloon has
1 been rc-opencd by C. Molteno, as
temporary artist. (18 2w
J' Herbert Reeve, M.H.S..
t Hydropathic Physician,
Heals nil diseases by Purlflcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using phytic with,
out avail would do well to atlt pt this
system. Consultation hours, 3 to 4 v.u.
t3T Invalids on the other Islnnds
visited by special arrangement.
Residence Hotel Street, opposite Y.
M. O. A. (18 lm "
Ao. 4 AdmiiH Inline.
lints dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native bit awn sewed In nil the latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing uud painting
Orders le.ken for all kinds of cmbrol.