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SATUKDAY, AlAKCII 0, 1880.
OOIIAMO S. 8. CO.
Marlpoa, from San I'rniu'Ii:o for
Coloiile, Mmch i!0.
.Sclir Kiiwalhtnl from tfoolnu
Sclir Heohi fiom Kuoluii
Klinr KiiKin from Windward Ports
Hlinr Llkcllku from Kulmliil
Htnir MokollI from Molokal
Solir Kiihimuuii from Knholnlclo
Sluu'Jns Makce from Kainui
Ilk Hope front Port Towmeiid
Stmr Jus 1 Dowsett from l'ulu
Htnir Wnlmamito from Walmnnnlo
Stmr 0 U lllshop for Haintikua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
liktnu Kllkltnt for Port Townsend
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Kinau for tliu Volcano nud Wind-
Sohr Kulnmiiiiu for Hawaii
Schr Kawallant for Koolan
Sehrlloeia for llculn
Stmr MokollI for Molokal
Stmr Jas I Dowsctt for Pain
Stmr Luhua for llamaki.n
Por Maul and Hawaii, per steamer W
G Hall, March lUlh For tliu Volcano:
Dan l.og.m, Thoo Suverln and T G
Thrum. For way Poit.-i: Mrs .lames I
Dowectt, Sr. .1 X S Williams, Iv Okotsu,
F (icr.irdt, .1 Kotliwcll, J O Carter and
about r0 deck.
Prom Windward Ports, pur steamer
Khiau, March 20th Hon S G Wilder,
Hon Sam Parker, O II Collins and wife,
.1 Slitpplcbccu, (J M Cooko and wife, .)
AV Liming and wife. 11 ltycroft and
daughter. Mrs G W Wiltons, Capt .1
Itoss, D 11 Hltehcoek, See Chong, Mrs
SMncy nud child, II C Austin, .Mrs J
Davis and child, F Kohler, .1 Smith, 31
AV Irwin, F Ando, G Xakavanm, Mrs A
U Palmer and child, ' Campbell, P X
Makeu and wife, J Itichardson, I)r Iwal,
J A Moore, W II Coinwell, Ida Xa
haolelua and son, Miss Albro, A Irvine
and 100 deck.
Prom Kalmliti, per steamer Llkcllke,
March 20th-J It Wilson, S G Wilder,
Jr, Mr Cunningham, Dr Ilrodlc ami
wife, Miss llrlfgs, .1 1) Martin, P Put
nam and wife, Mr Philosopher, it Chi
nese and !)1 deck.
Steamer Kiuitt brought 7,785 bags of
sugar, 8 bills goat skins, 1 horse, U0 pkgs
Steamer Jas Makco brought 3,007 bags
of sugar, and HO bags of lico from
Kauai this morning.
Schooner Hceia brought (!00 bags of
sugar, and.L'5 bbls of molasses.
Schooner Ktitamnmt brought -'158 bags
of sugar from Kukaiau.
Steamer MokollI ai lived this morning
from Molokal with J1S0 bags of Migar,
22 head of cattle, S horses, 20
hogs, and 25 hides. Capt. MeGiegor
reports good weather about Molokal.
The bktnc Kllkltnt sails to-morrow
morning for Poit Townscnd.
The whaler Ohio having been thor
oughly lepalred, put to sea last evening
for tliu Arctic.
The Ceylon Is docked at the AVlldcr
Steamship Company's wharf, and the
C W AVhltmorc at the Intcr-Ihland Steam
Navigation Company's wharf loading
The sailing of thu steamer C K Bishop
was postponed until 'J o'clock this
Steamer Llkellke brought 577:1 bags
of sugar. She wilt go upon the Mai no
llallway,Monday, to be cleaned and will
sail for Kahulul and liana, Tuesday at
Steamer I.ehua sails on Monday nt
noon, the Klnau at 1 l' m, and the Meko
Hint fl l-M.
Steamer Dowsett brought 1500 bags
At the Hawaiian Hotel, in Honolulu of
cou-iumptiou, Aithur Doriniiii, of Nash
wonu l'uzzu: no. xix.
Wo mo promluent features on every
Especially large ships of war;
The sailors step on us when going nloft
To work on u lope, sail, or spar.
Without us, poor .lack would havo much
When he climbs and the royals lie
And though we are put at the feet of
AVu'are also found near thu mastheads
Wo are seen upon hills ami on mountains
AVo are found upon houses and trees;
AVo rldu upon wagon, cabs, buggies
IJut are always exposed to thu brce.u.
Curtail now, and I am thu schoolboys
That is, when In season I mean;
I am Jlung through the ulr with con
And battered and bruised I have been.
Curtail once again, I becomu n small
Much used In our ovurydny talk
In tliu question, for Instance, your
niotliur might ask
Heore you stait out for a walk.
Xow put back my tails, anil backward
I am seen upon wild cats and dogs,
Upon oen and cows, upon homes and
Upon birds, and on Holies and hogs.
Curtail me, rend backward, and 1 am h
AVheru people are oft told to go
And you hao gonu theio many times m
If at cooking you o'er hud u show.
.Answer to Xo. 38, Hunt.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEW!?,
No AV. O. T. U. services on thu
()osi'i:t, tenipeniiico meeting in llto
llothol Union vestry this ovoning.
PiniAciii.vo at tliu tent, corner of
Alalun and Hotel' sticels, this even
ing. Last chance, tliis evening, loo sec
Mini hear tin: " King of Ventrilo
quists." . .
Mil. Tlios. (I. Thrum was ono of
the pimengcrs by thu W. G. J lull
Tin: steamer Likeliko brought u
roller from Spieckolsvilio, this morn
ing, for lupairs.
A itou.Kit fiom ICohnln mill, is on
tliu way to Honolulu, on board of u
schooner, for repairs at tliu foundry.
Thk lfnwniiun Mission Childien's
.Society will meet ut tho Kawaiiihao
Heniinary this ovening at7 :!IOo'clock.
Tin: Hawiiiinii Mission Children's
Society will meutut Kiiwaiiihao Semi
nary this ovoning Saturday, Mar. 20.
Tin: JapaiiL'so sailors of tho Kiniiu,
about ten in number, refused duty
this morning, mid wero taken to thu
Tin: stores in cotirso of building,
on Port street, uhovu Hotel, will be
lendy for occupation, about thu 1st
of April. C. K. Alillur is agent.
Tin: foundry people blasting iron
at Kukaako, this morning, enlivened
thu atmosphere with u succession of
sharp lupoits nt short intervals.
Mh, J. E. AViseinan had tho mis
foituno to get tho little linger of his
light hand dislocated, while playing
ut baseball, yesterday afternoon.
Mil. Geo. Heckluy, purser of thu
Kinaii, reports splendid weather to
wiudwaid, and u delugo of ruin nt
Ilaiuiikun last AVednotday evening.
As wu go to press thu matiueu is in
piogress at tho Opera House, with an
immense coucoureu of juveniles and
adults, crowding every part of thu
At iColon plantation, Kauai, n
.lupaneso got ono of his hands so
badly smashed in tho niauhinury,
last Monday, that the hand had to be
Tin: Princu's Own, Queen's Own
and thu King's Own joined in bat
talion 1 1 ill last night. Thu Hiiles,
Mamalahoa and ltoyul Guards did
not turn out.
Tui:sday8 nud Fridays huvo been
fixed for practico days by tho Hono
lulu Uaseball Club; Mondays and
Thursdays for tho Hawaii, and Wed
nesdays und Saturdays for tho llene
diuts. Mit. and Mrs. AVush. Norton, Mr.
Norton, Mr. Hridgo, W. Monsarriit,
V. McDrydu, E. AVodohouso und n
German family, leavo by the barken
tino Klikilat to-nionow morning, for
Tin: important salu of household
furniture and real estuto of thu Mukcu
Estate will commence on Monday
morning ut 10 o'clock, at tho old
family residence, on tho corner of
Ileretania and Union streets.
Qiiiti: n largo crowd of Chinamen
blocked tho sidewalks ut thu corner
of King and Maiinnkcii streets last
night. A Mongolian vocal and in
strumental concert in thu upper story
of u Chiuesu store in that locality
was the attraction.
Fouu young men in n small row
boat, yesterday evening, wero drift
ing Ecaward, having lost an oar and
being uuablo to scull. A line was
thrown from thu schooner Knwai
lani, then coming in, and thu boys
wero taken in tow.
Two Chinamen, ono drawing a
handcart, and thu other u wheel
borrow, collided in front of Mr. J.
Lyon's miction room this noon. A
shout of laughter from tho bystanders
was given in honor of thu wheulbarrow
lolui as he stooped down to pick up
A ni:at little forty page pamphlet,
entitled "Keonouhi Song Hook," has
ri ached this olllcu. It is composed
of a collection of popular songs. Tliu
work of setting in typo, printing and
binding has been executed by u littlu
lady, in hur leisuru hours, for her own
In tliu Yunipii, Plorida, Tribune,
wo notice an item announcing thu
arrival at that port of tho steamer
Dix, of tho U. S. K. N., and in the
list of oilicers appears the naiiiu of
Percy AV. Thompson, Hid Lieutenant.
Percy is a win th son of thu gunial
uttu'noy-iit-luw, Col. M. Thompson of
Piioviniii) tho Mariposa arrives in
tjino this ovening to land Mr. Win.
Noble, tho temperance evangelist,
safo and sound on tho coral strand,
an iufoinial reception, in which tho
public aro invited to taku part, will
bo tendered him at thu Y. M. C. A.
looms, by tho momhuib of thu Asso
ciation and tho W. C. T. U.
Mit. Fred. AV. Millis, uceopipjinicd
by Mr. J. E. AViseinan, will perform
on Wednesday, Thursday and Piiday
of next week ut AVuiluku, Maui. On
Saturday of tho paiiio week ami
Monday of tho following week, at
l'aiu, Muui. Pjocci'dhig from there
to Knlmln, Hawaii, Mr. MIUIb will
exhibit at that place two ovotilngs.
Xi:vh by tliu Kinmi iiidicuto a
revival of thu (ires of Kiliiuea. Mr.
Muby, of the volcano house, writes
that there was lliu in the crater, hut
could not be seen from the hoiisu. A
hriglit lelleetion appeared in the sky,
iippaiently over the crater, on Thurs
day niglit, visible at Maluikoua. Tho
Kau mailman teports n huge fissure
on tliu toad to Kouii.
Tiniiii: will bo a raiu chance for
ladies to buy some very elegant
things ut tho clearance auction sale
of Coneheo it Ahung to take place
next Wednesday and Thursday,
March 21th and 20th. Goods will bo
sold by E. P. Adams it Co., without
reserve, and nro now ieiidy for in
spection at tho store, No. 88 Fort
street. A lunch for tho ladies will be
furnished ut Vlt'M) noon.
A mono the passengers from San
Francisco by tho Ulder was a young
gentleman by the name of Arthur
Dorniun, who eaino to these islands
in search of health. Ho stayed at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, under the af
fectionate care of a fond mother,
until death released him fiom stlHer
iug hist Thursday night. The fiineial
took place yesterday nflcruiHiii, the
ceremony being pcrioisuud by ltuv.
J. A. Cruzun.
Tin: pool mutch, llrst six games
for a purse of ijTiO, played at tho
Keystonu billiard pallor last night
between Mr. AV. Howe, n resident
here, and Mr. Norman, of the Merry
Makers, was evenly contested and
very interesting. The lirst two games
wero won by Howe, the third by
Norman, thu fourth by Howo, fifth
Norman, sixth Howe, then Norman
won three successive games, but the
10th and 11th games weru scored bo
Howo wlio was declared the winner.
Mr. llowun, of the Keystone, is to bu
complimented upon the ordeily man
ner in which tho mutch was con
ducted. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Just received per hlciuncr G. A
Elder 5,000 feet Picture and Coinico
Mouldings new Styles mid Patterns.
King Hros.' Art Store, Hotel stieet.
AVnsT, Dow it Co. have received
ex. "Geo. Elder" H. AV. Uediooin
sets, 1$. AV. chairs, Hahy Carriages,
llanjos, Uanjo Strings, Harmonicas,
Folios of Music, Klosu's Method for
clarinet, AVhitu's Method for clarinet,
Song Queen, Song King, Golden
llobin, G. A. 11. AVar Songs, Hats,
Uaso Halls, Foot Halls, Hubber
Hattlcs, Ac, itc. 71
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon. Following is
Overture Part du Diablo Aubcr
Ilallad lleapcr and Flowers .... Cowan
Waltz Golden Showers (new)
March Triumphal (new; Hobluson
Selection Beggar Student. . . .Mlllocker
Quickstep Pill Aoao llerger
HONORS TO KAISER WILLIAM.
Monday, the 22nd inst., being the
anniversary of the birthday of the
Emperor William of Germany, a
salute will be fired, at noon, from
the shore battery. His Excellency
Governor Domiiits has courteously
offered tliu Acting-German Consul.
Mr. II. F. Glade, the services of the
Hoyal Hawaiian Band for the occa
sion. The hand will accordingly
play in front of the Consulate, from
12 o'clock, noon to 1 o'clock p. m.
The emperor will he 89 years of age
on the 22nd, and we trust tho
steamer from the coast may bring
news of His Majesty's recovery from
the effects of the accident reported
in our foreign news despatches of
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
HEKOlti: l'UESTON, J.
Tiiuksiiay, Mar. 18th.
A. W. Richardson and K. C.
Richardson, lately partners as A. W.
Richardson & Co., a bankrupt es
tate, were discharged from their
debts. W. A. AVhiting for peti
tioners. IIUFOIU; .1U1MJ, c. J.
FniDAY, Mar. 19th.
In re estate of J. Mounauli of
Honolulu, deceased. Hearing on
application of 1. C. Jones, adminis
trator, and Mrs. N. It. Brewer, tho
widow, to open accounts of the ad
ministrators, and for allowance of
supplemental account and fresh dis
tribution of the proceeds therein
specified. The Com t, after hearing
testimony and arguments of counsel,
granted the prayer of tliu petition.
1 M. Hatch for petitioners; L. A.
Thurston guardian ad litem.
In re AV. A. Kinney, assignee of
bankruptcy of L. Itodrigo vs.
Manuel Baptistc. Kill in equity to
dcclaro void n deed of conveyance
from Itodrigo to Baptistc. Defend
ant's answer is filed, and Tuesday,
March HO, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. si.,
set for hearing merits of tho case.
Kinney & Peterson for plaintiff ; W.
R. Ciistlo for defendant.
JIUKQUK MCCUM.Y, J.
Satuuhay, Mar. 20th,
In ro estate L. It. Patten. Tho
administrator, F, P. Hastings was
(llsnlinrflfld, lila ucoounh being tip
proved, but still continues as trustee
for Mrs. Patten widow.
General Tom Thumb's most horri
ble niglit mare was to dream of all
tho women that ever kissed him ;
surrounding him fifty deep, with
llicir "lips peaked tip Just as they
ASI'KGIAL Meeting or tho Share,
holders of the Deiiichcr Veiein
will he held at the olllce or Mots. II.
Ilnekfelil A-, Co, on AVKDNKSHAV,
March ill, lSKO, at 2 I'M. Full alteii
diilicu is requested. Htisiiics of Impor
tance. 11. l(ir,AIKiNSJUtljNJ'.llJl.-l(,
Sw'v Dout'Mdier Vereln.
STltAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG PKAUUUK (male), tall
very short, and very hulu feathers
on neck. The Under will be rewiuikd
on returning the nmc to
77 tf A. fRhNANDKZ, King Street.
J-VA' v v
XI HS. A. UOfA,
1X tune Tell.
deuce to tin r i
and lViu-c Wall..
-lioi t httiy at Unit
tour round tin- N1-1
! hrntcd For.
i ,cd her resl.
ol Llkcllke Street
.Mi . ltns:i, alter n
Til in c, will make a
U 7:t iw
'"1 '', iiuileritigiicd hii-
u. uvi'd into the
. do Anglo,
he . i he )iepnred li
hold servants, collect I
Chinese interpreting, i
l)ulni'h" (fit) Cm)
a O impotent SeimiRticfs (I'orlu.
'lien) a sltuniloii wlili n private
liiiull, or Driiiril.iT. Ai.pl lo
Ji A ijO.N'A.A i.iifcCO.,
f.7 llolil .-tin-'. ",'i
JUST received, "The Dopt of Orent
lSiitain, America and other Coun
tries: Their Kwediui,', Truliiinjr, and
Maiiageiuent in Health and I)1-cmm" liy
Stoiielienpe; "Incidents and Anecdotes
of the Clil War," hy Admiral Porter.
44 .1 M O VT, .ML. Cf).
dreat Clearance Sale
Hv order of
Almng, who nib aliout
liusiness, wo will,
On Wednesday & Thursday,
March 24th and 23lh,
commencing at 10 a.m. each day, at their
btore on Port Stieet, oiler at public auc
tion, their entile Stuck of
Dresi Silks, in all colors; Uras-Olotli,
Silk Handkerchiefs, a laige variety of
6oli ai' Ivory Jewelry,
China Vases, Crepe SliawN, Fans,
Mattings, Fine Chinese Teas,
AND A LAllOi: A8SOUT.Mi:NT of
All these Gncds are now ready for in.
bpection, and m everything will he told
without reserve, tho ladies and tliu pub.
lie generally will find it to ther interest
to attend tho gale.
E. 1. ADAMS & Co.,
72 7t moil. wed. frl Auctioneer?.
Jeffrey's Poller & Ale !
IX UIJAKTN A.l I'INTS,
For Salu hy
H. Hackfeld & Co.
27(5 1 w
IT nfl'ordrt us great pleasure to testify
that wo are highly hatislled with
the later. hliind Steam Navigation Com.
iiany's route to thu Volcano. Wu he
ilevo it to lie the hcsl nud most couvenl
cut, and liavu much pleasure in rccom.
mcniling it to 'tliu notice of intending
tourists. Wo havo looked over the
pamphlet written about thin roid, ami
everything stated in tliu mine fully cor.
responds witli tliu leallty, without being
MEDOUEM CHAWFOHI), Oregon.
A15K UKOWN, Sau Franeiseo,
AUK L. HltOWN. San Frauclscw.
Punaluu, Fob. 21. 16SH. C2 tf
Sttn Francisco, Ciil.
coiKcnuencc of thu death of tho
owner of this well-known property.
thu whole establishment is tillered for
side, and will hu dlcposnl of lis an en
tirety, ollering a favorable opportunity
to any one dipn4cd to enter into this
business. Tho Mills for cleaning and
hulling aru of the most approved pat
tern, with a Corllns hngiue of 100-horro
power, built in lbBil, with all tliu latest
Improvements; aleo, a superior Holler
and all Muehimiry necessary for clean
lug like ieiidy for Iminedlato use.
Tho land upon which thu ttructuro Is
ereetetl Is held hy leuto, expiring July
1, 18S7, with tliu privilege of 5 years' ex
tension upon veiy favorable terms, or
thu Mills and Machinery cm bu remov.
cil If so desired. For further parti
eulars, apply to
J. T. WATEHHOUSK,
Honolulu, or to
B. L. JoNUd & Co., Bun Frauckco, 08
P. O. Hex 807.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
OT' mid H Hold St"r;;i,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New (lnoil t ontlinuilly on tliu way. Jut rerclvctl KegB Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herring", kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickle", keg Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon llullU-t, kiis Mackerel, kegs I'miilly Pork, kegs Cornell Ilecf. For
Hre:ilfnt White 0,il, Uurineu; llreakfat Gem and Shreiled Mnlc. Also, n
line lot of New Zcaliiml and Portland Pcacliblow Potatoes always on huuil.
Tho very best of ISLAND HUTTKlt, plenty for everybody.
2S01 l'i'ic(H low niul Sutlsrucdnii imi'iiiiti'Cil.
HHl'i-ll!!! LJ.'J-!!iiJ. I
T IIKtllijInfnnn llin .nitlfn( Honolulu nml llip I'liblloprnt'inllyllint I linvnnprnctl an
H. filllenlli tm lll.AM.lt 1II.OCK. IMitjii Midi, cippo-llo Mf't. K. Ilnffrclilui-KerA i'o.,
unit lin llo (lie i- liiHiieclltiii ur my Iiuku slotk or Irlsli I.lntni, iinpoitvtl direct Ironi llelfasl,
A Largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Woll-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
C TRADE J
Monograms and Crosts insortod in Damask to order for vory low ratos.
Alo. D'flyllps, Toilet fuicra, Mil" nndTouClotti", I'lllou J.liifllK, Khcetlnir, l'rlntoil
niul rialii l.uwim, I)iiiiim"I,, lluck unil Knticy TowcIh, IliiokToucllIni;, Unblcnclicil Dninu.nW,
Hi UN, Cuuibilu anil llciir-iiichcd lliuulkciclilcfii, Hiittublu for ladles ami kciUIciiicii'd ust
Any Length Out.
Also, nn Invoice of HKM'AbT JIUHI.IXS now paltciiH, fui-t colorsi.
Agent for tlm Ylllllf ST. Il,. Sl'fi. ft)., I.tit.' llclfuit:.!. H. ltllOW.V .t hOXH, l!olfnst;T.. (1.
A. WtlllK.MA.N, llclfiKt; II. 1.'. IIUUNbCI.I.. I.til., llrlilpoit, llm?. Ti
CHAS. EUSTACE, aROCER,
ICIIS'O HXl13l!21. : : : : Honolulu
lln leeclved, per Steamship Geo. W. Eider,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, BonolcBS Codfish,
KHh Salmon llellies, Kaptern Codfish In blocks, New Cheese, Dtipco Hams anil
Uaeoii, KegK IliittiT, Kegs Pork, Lard, linker's Whole Corn, Ocrinea, Ilrenk.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn Meal; Cracked Wheat; Uuekwhent; Flour; Balnd
Dressing; Dmcti,' tlllvoOil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As.
i-ortetl Ktrm:t-; lime Water; Dates; Nuts; Halslns; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
Cakes; School ..l;t:s; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, ICngllsh Ilrcukfuet,
Comet and 11 "iu Tea-.; Family Flour; Uraii; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
llrcud; PoiRtuc; (luions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
Goods deliver d to dl parts of the
11. F. DlM.lMOllAM,
President ami Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuol Nott.
FQKTSTHKKI', : HONOLULU
Just received, ex S.S. Alnmcdu mid St. Paul, latest designs in
Silver-Flnted Ware, Chandeliers & Lamps,
("W) Water Filters & Coolers, Cutlery, etc., etc., etc.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
lias Just opened out n largo rind carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CiiHtoni-Mndo Clothing, nnd lints and Caps
Hi all the Latest Styles nl Patterns.
2T Particular attention Is called to mi clcgnnt line of Gent's Neckwear.
J" HERUERT ItEEVE, M.H.S.,
Heals all diseases by Purification,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons wearv of uing physio with,
out avail woulil do well to adopt this
system. Coni-ultiUion hours, !i to 4 r.M.
tST Invalids on tho other Islnnds
vlhlted hy special arrangement.
Heshlenco Hotel Street, opposite Y.
M. O. A. C8 lin
G. K. MILLER,
General Dullness & Purchasing Agent.
My most fnltlifiil nttcnioii will be
given for thu
Purchase ot Merchandise
in .Honolulu for tliu residents of tliu
lit) Buveral Inlands of this group, ly
Ol' JtOltlJ THAN 100 VIJAIIS UKl'UTATIOK.
I'liHUi'liiiMMpil foi' r.xcelloiioc or (unlif3',
I'tiNiii-inMHcil for OiirnliUK.v In Wear.
L'liMiii'liaMhCil lor Itenuty of IIcmIkiih,
Obtnlnrrt HlRliPMt AwnrtlK. xlx:
MlillAI.x llrlfii"!, liMliuiit l0; Inilnn, 1MI, 1W2
mill (Hold) 1h;ii; furls (Otild), 11)7; Dublin, UUi
unit hT'.'i I'lilliulolplilii, h'C.
Tublo Clotliw f rom i to 7 yards In lcii;tli, with
Tliu n!"ic n 10 timdn fit tlm HKM' IIIIKIt mill
Cointnil IIii.n; npuii, wom-ii niul lilcuclii'il In lie
limit; tint puttvi ut kim'ii In tliu Tulilu l.liifn itru
ileilKiipii liv lltlsfll AltTIM'S, who Iiiimi for muny
ems excelled tlioo of any other country.
city. Satisfaction guainntccd.
Jas. G. Si'KNCim,
Becretary and Treasurer.
Mo. 4 AdiiniH Lime.
Hats dyed nud pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native Htiuws sewed in nil the latest
Lessons given In thlrty.six kinds of
fnncy work, with drawing uutl palming
Orders taken for all kinds.of embroi
NEW YORK LINE.
ytr H. CHOSSMAN into
TT llrond Street,
N.Y., will dcs.
this line, on or
nn AI vessel In
5LVY in, 1880,
Orders should ho forwarded by steamer
of Match liJth, to insure shipment by
tills opportunity, or not Inter thnn April
(lib. CAbTLK & COOKE,
MONTHLY, or longer If do.
tired, n largo Funiighcd Cot.
tunc with 0 rooms. Hath
house nrd fresh water shower bath.
Sea bathing. Sltuiitcd nt Knplolnnl
Park. Mutual Telephone in thu houso.
Inqulro of G. West, of West, Dow tto