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WEDNESDAY. MAKCIt 24, 1880.
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Onr baik Apolo from Callao
Bgtnu W G 1 1 w In for Han Frnnclco
Bk Ceylon for San I'uiiiuUuu
Schr Ivaulkeauiill for Kolinln
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk 0 O Whltiiioro, ThoinpMon
Turn Lottie Fuhlleld, Bluguy
BglncWG Irwin, Turner
For Maul mill Molokul, per steamer
Llkellkc, Maioh L'll-Fiod W MINN, .1 i:
Wiseman, IT II Bailey, K II Bailey. .1 A
Moore, 1 N Mukco ami wife, Mr Hurt,
Mr Itmlwiiy, W A Cli:iiiiiiui. II A
Lounsbtiry, J Itlclini dson, mid about SO
For San FraneNeo, per lijrtnu W 0
Irwin, Mnrcli SI My W Turner and
child, Mrs dipt F.IIN.MhL S Mnliuf
farv, Jus Kane. It llowoith, and Win
Tho bgtnc W O Irwin Killed thN noon
for San Frunelco with 8,!)!l(l bags of
sugar, CGI) bags of rlee and H'O hunches
of bananas. Value $.'.", 1 .,.
Tho bktuo Amelia will be hauled upon
the Marine Jtnilway dn Friday next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Honolulu Itilles drill this
Titi: Htt'iiiucrrt Iwiiluni.U. K.llicliop
mill Jan. Makeo will bo duo to-
Tin: bath-hoiiso being built near
the Muiine Builwuy ia fast approach
' "Goon Night" is the liuiiio of a
linind of kerosene kept on Milo by
tho Pacific Ilurilwiiro Uoiupany.
Mk. Snubs' advertisement on tho
first pago 1ms iiiitleigono u change,
which tho ladies will do well to note.
Sri:AMi:u V.(!. Hull will imivo here
Fiiday nftornoon, mill will juob.ibly
hi ing inti'ioting nuws of tho Vol
Tin: Wednesday ovuning incetings
nt the Fort Slioot and liothel
Churches, will not tako plaeu this
Lodge Lo l'rogioss du l'Oceaniu,
Masonic, meets this evening. So
also does tho Ouhu Lodge, Knights
Nini: bailors shipped by llonry
Hart on tho whaler Ohio, yesleiday,
havo deserted and Hail is out if 270
Mit.F. W. Millis and Mr. Wiseman
went to Maui by tho Likoliko lust
evening, for the purpose of giving
performances on that island.
Tin: thiul of the Noble couiso of
toinpeiailce lectuies, will bo delivered
this evening in tho V. M. 0. A. Hull,
commencing at 7 :30. All are invited.
A BAMi'i.i: tin of that huiinetically
sealed New Zealand butter, for which
Mr. L. J. Levoy is agent, pioves it to
he just what it is lupresonted to bo in
Tin: estato of tho Into L. Ahunn,
comprising a lease of piemises at
Wiiiiiluii mid stnck-in-tmdu of a gen
eral stoic, was yesteulay bold by Mr.
Levey to Achiu, tho highest bidder,
Tun Gorman baik Apolo, of Hnni
borg, ariivcd this afternoon, 05 days
from Callao. Sho caino hero for
wator and piovisions, and dipt. II.
Jroth, tho master, hopes to got a
hiiiter to load sugar for Sun Fran
cisco. . 1 m
So.mi: unknown person has stolen
from Captain Mist's verandah an
Aneroid barometer, made by Negictti
A; Zambia, London. Anyone to whom
such an instalment may ho tendeied
for salo, will biispect that it is stolen
Tin-: sailing of tho W. G. Irwin was
delayed until about 2:110 this nfloi
nooii, on aeuount of an accident to
tho tug Elba's pump which had to b.
lopaired before sho could tow. Din
ing tho ropuiring of the damage tho
dredge suspended operation.
A nketino of tho Hawaiian Jockey
Club held last Monday evening,
adopted a rovised programme of iuces
for Kamolmmeha Day. Tho Club
decided to eiect a boaid fence mound
tho liico track, also to build a club
house on tho grounds. Major Ilaloy
and Colonel Iiiukea wero admitted to
iiieinbeiship of the Club.
E. 1. Ada jib & Co.'.s clemanco wilo
at tho stoiu of Conclieo it Ahung,
Fort stieet, commenced to-day, stints
in nficsli to-moriow moiuing at 10
iVlock, when silks, jeweliy, fans,
matting, ciockeiy, etc. will booll'uit'd.
This morning's sale waseiowded, and
tojudgo fioni tho smiling faces of
tho puupli), many good bmgains weio
Two horsi'8 aflaolied to a dray, be
longing to a Chinaman, bolted on
Miuiuakea stieet this moiniiig, mid
.lifter missing Hollister & Co,' a wagon
by a Jew inches, run into tho llsh
market, wheio tho yelling of n.itlu'rf
4ul the burking of iloga pioilticc'il
great confusion. No one attempted
to stop tho runaways, which strangely
enough got clear of tho fish niaikel
and niiide u bee line for the Old Cor
ner, wheic the dray struck with tor
rillo force, mid terminated its will
euieer without doing any damage be
sides bieaking a wheel.
A nativi: attempted to tako advan
tage of an Intoxicated Japanese, lust
night, at tho corner of Nuiiauti and
IJeietaiiia sheets, by pietonding to
be a policeman, and demanding
money under the thieat of nirest in
ease of default. The Jap lefused
compliance, and loud talking ensued.
A teal police ollicor appealed on the
scene, and was about lo tako the in
toxicated man in charge, when somo
foreigneis explained the facts of tho
case. Whereupon both tho Jap and
the mail who had attempted to
ucipiiio wealth under false pielcncos
woio left al lmge.
A Chinaman while in a dispute
with a fellow countiynian on (110011
stieet this morning was accidentally
hit upon the nice. The blow was
hind enough to make the blond How
and tho coolie smeared his whole faeu
with the goie. He stood in the mid
dle of tho lo.ul in tho attitude of
Hamlet beholding the vision of his
father, mid ciied "haul in! haul in!"
at the same time pointing to the fel
low that struck him. Pretty soon 11
eiowd collected and the blood-be-smuaied
Chinaman betook himself to
a secluded spot wheio ho could rub
his noso unobserved.
PioTimi: Frames and Cornices
made to older; 11 largo variety of
Mouldings to select fioni mid at
pi ices to suit all. King Bros.' Ait
Stoie, Hotel street. 7(5 (It
FORT STREET TO BE WIDENED.
On Monday last a jury, compiiscd
of II. J. Nolle. W. E. Kealakai, E.
G. Ilobron, John IJecs, 1'. I). Kel
lett, and E. I?. Hendry, was ap
pointed to consider and decido upon
a pioposcd widening of that portion
of Fort street lying between King
and Mci chant streets. The jury
met yesterday, and after appointing
Mr. Nolte cliaiiinati and Mr. Hendry
secretary, proceeded to consider the
petition praying for widening. Mr.
Hassingcr attended for tho Minister
of the Interior, and submitted a
plan, according to which the widen
ing is lo begin at the lower corner
of Mclncrny's store and terminate
at the upper corner of tho Keystone
saloon, the increase at the point of
commencement being seven inches,
with a gradual rise to live feet six
inches, at the termination. The jury
agreed unanimously to adopt this
plan and recommend the carrying
out of the work in accordance there
with. Mr. Melncrny has already
deeded the land to be taken from
his lot to the Government.
THE TEMPERANCE GAMPAICN.
The Y. M. C. A. Hall was well
tilled last evening with an attentive
and appreciative audience. Mr.
Noble commenced his address by
asserting his disbelief in the opinion
that a nioderato drinker is worse
than a drunkard ; but proposed to
draw a line thiough society placing
total abstainers on one side, and
then leaving to the moderate di inkers
themselves to decide which side of
the line they arc on, and witli what
kind of company they arc associated.
Society, said the speaker, has been
engaged, from the days of Noah to
"tho present time in trying to locate
the pivotal point between drunken
ness and moderate drinking, but the
investigation, so far, has proved
fruitless. Only on tho side of total
abstinence is there safety. The
whole address was interspersed with
telling illustrations and incidents in
support of the main proposition that
moderate drinking should be aban
doned and total abstinence univers
ally adopted. Vocal and instru
mental music formed pait of the
exercises of tho evening, Mrs. S. M.
Damon acting pianist, and Mr.
Noble supplementing somo of tho
pieces with concertina accompani
ment. MRS. SINCLAIR'S BOOK.
Mrs. V. Sinclair's book on tho
"Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian
Islands," recently published in
Loudon, and of which Messrs. J.
M. Oat, Jr. & Co. expect a supply
shortly, is thus referred to by the
"The llowering plants of tho Ha
waiian Islands, Mrs. Sinclair states,
are said by botanists to exceed four
hundred species, though she believes
it probable, that many of tbeso are
now cither extinct or becoming so.
Within the last fifty or sixty years,
forest fires, animals and agriculture
have so changed the Islands that 0110
can now travel for miles without
finding a single indigenous plant;
tho nativo Hora is being supplanted
by an imported one. Her book,
thcicfore, though presenting only a
limited collection, is a valuable one,
as preserving forms which may per
haps soon pass away. Her drawings
bear upon them the stamp of con
scientious fidelity ; but they possess
in addition a trim artistic intuit. The
Mowers tue all more or less beautiful,
and they ate all most beautifully
tendered. To each the scientific as
well as tho nativo nanio is appended,
and a short description is given by
tho authoress. Ilcr sumptuous
volume will form a welcome addition
to the drawing room."
SUPREME COURT-IN EQUITY.
Before Judd, C. J. Wood vs
Dillingham, Hill for SpccilloPcrforin
ance. Deft, had purchased a piece
of land fioni ptf. supposed to con
tain nbout G5U acres ; but, after the
purchase, on surveying the land,
found it to bo about 2 10 acres.
1'ltf's action is for recovery of price
sold for. Still on.
Satuhuay, March 'JOth.
Milchtilc, $11, disturbing quiet of
Monday, March 22nd.
Wm. Ohlsa, committed to Insane
Ed. Duinoiul, $7, assault and
1'aloka, 810, disturbing quiet of
Knuliai and Maalo, 80 each,
Namara Iscslke, $9.20, assault
and battery. Appeal noted to In
Tui:siAV, March 2!lrd.
Hans Peterson, $.r().'.20 and haul
labor three months, selling spirituous
liquors illegally, 2nd offence, with
one year's imprisonment.
Ten Chinamen, leuiandcd from
lfith, lGth and 10th, for gaming.
W. A. Whiting counsel for the de
fence. Nol pros entered in cases of
five of tho defendants. Four others
pled guilt' to being present at the
game, and were each fined $10 and
$1 costs; and the keeper of the
house, Quong Ying l'au was sen
tenced to hard labor 10 days and
fined $25 mid $.') costs.
Sam Loy, assault and battery on
Ah Ho, Sl.'UO.
Lu An, assault and battery on
Julia, his wife, $0.20.
Wi:dni:si)AY, March 2 1th.
L. L. McCandless, assault and
battery on Kaliinu (w.), $10.20.
Hapahue (w.), deserting her hus
band and refusing to live with him,
fifth otfence, imprisonment at hard
labor three mouths and $!) costs.
HAD BECOME MONOTONOUS.
A New Yorker lately met one of
the "American colony" in Canada,
and in course of conversation asked
him the cause of his seclusion.
"Why, I was a County Treasurer
in Illinois, and was $lii short in my
accouiits," was the frank reply.
"You didn't have to skip for $1JJ,
"I should have thought you could
raise that among your friends."
"Yes, you may think so; but if
you'd seen 'cm put up $2,700 to
save me on the other term you'd
understand that the thing had be
come rather monotonous." Wall
The fastest talker in Congress is
said to be Congressman Mills, from
Texas. He speaks at tho rate of
2 Hi wonts a minute.
The newspaper business at Glou
cester, New Jersey, has had advan
tages not often enjoyed. A savings
bank there has suspended, and on
the trial of the cashier it was shown
that the bank was in the habit of
advancing money to tho Gloucester
Jteporter whenever it was needed,
and that the pay-rolls of tho paper
were placed in a tin box and entered
There is a story told of Drs.
Chalmers and Stowart, who argued
on the street corner on some knotty
point of theology, with Scottish
pertinacity, until it was time to
separate, when one of them remark
ed: "You will find my views very
well put in a certain tract," of
which ho gavo the title. Upon
which, to his surprise, his antagonist
replied: "Why, I wrote that tract
In the past year the richest Ameri
can merchant, II. 15. Clnllin; the
richest American railroad man, W.
II. Vandcrbilt, and tho richest
American planter, Edmond IJiohard
sou, have died. It is noticeable that
not 0110 of tho three died in his bed.
Ono dropped dead at his desk,
another lu his hall and the other in
Queen Victoria has received a
present from tho United States of a
quaito volume, bound in sealskin,
with linings of damask satin and a
handpainted inscription. Tho work
is regarded as a triumph of Ameri
can bookbinding, and copies havo
been presented to tho German Em
peror ami to the Emporor of Uussia.
. A missionary of Japan, I)r, Hop-
burn, says: "If all tho foreign mis
sionaries were expelled to-morrow,
tho work would be carried on by tho
natives." Graduates of the Osaka
Theological School appeal for aid,
declaring that Christianity is making
such advances that "about tho only
thing that remains as it was in Japan
is the natural scenery."
Tliero are fifteen murderers in tho
jails ut San Fiancisco. Hanging
seems to be losing caste, but niir
tier is the hight of fashion.
Tho manufacture of alcohol from
wood hns increased nipldly within a
few years, ami it is said to bo ubud
largely for patent bitters, ginger ex
tracts and other alcoholic coin
pounds whose strong llavor makes
It unnecessary to use a better qua
lity of spirits. Wood alcohol is a
dangerous product and sometimes
gives liso to serious disturbances of
the brain and nervous system.
One of the most lemarkablo pic
tures in the Paris "Salon" this year
will be mi episode of tho English
campaign in the Soudan. It repre
sents the Mahdi seated in his tent
receiving the homage of his chiefs,
u ho have brought with them a load
of British soldiers' head freshly
A. Volco l'l'Din A.iiMti'In.
Nunr the village of Zilllngdorf, hi
Lower Austria, lives M '. II ia, an in
telligent anil hiilti ir i.i. a 'limit, wlinto
story of plus1 I ulle uig nini 11 mil re
lief, a 11I1111U i.y lieiM it, is of lutcrc-t
lo hnglMi women. "I was employed,"
she Ni)f, " in il i' voik of a large Inrm
linti'c. '1 m .k biouglit 011 sick
1. .1J..1I1U, followed by deathly faint.
Inf n d inclines of tin iniicli, until 1
mii iblo to retain el'bur food or
di wax uonipcllni o take to my
hid lor several weeks. Oi ithig a little
better from rest and qt. 1 bought t:
do Homu work, but was 11 tukuu with
a pain In my side, w 1 lu 11 little
while -ceiiicd to spread ..ter my whole
body, and tliroblicd hi my every limb.
This was followed by a cough mid
Minrtiict- if liH'iith, 11111II lltiulis I could
nnl sew, mid 1 look In iiij bed for the
si ciiiid, mid, as I thong t, for the last
time. .My liiends toi.i o ihut my tiiuu
had nearly come, and Hint I could not
live longer than when the lues pul on
their green ' nee more. Then 1 happen,
ed to get one of the Sclgel pamphlets.
I 1 end It, mutiny dear mot her bought
111c a bottle of bcigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly occorillng to directions,
and I hud nut taken the whole of It be
fore I felt a great uliiiuge for the better.
My last illness began Juno , 1S83, and
continued to Aucust Utb, when I begun
to tako the tiyrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 ght work. The cough left
me, and I was no more troubled In
b cubing. Now I nm perfectly cum).
And oh, how happy I nm! I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Sclgel's
Sjrup. Now I must tell youth.it the
doetois hi our district distributed band
bills cautioning people uguiust the
medicine, telling them It would dotliem
no good, and many were thereby inllii.
enced to destroy the Selgel pamphlets;
but now. wherever one is to bu found, It
is kept like a relic. The tovr preserved
are borrowed to read, and have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
mo to buy the medicine fur them, know
ing that it cured mu, and to ho sure to
gut the right kind. I known woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them thcro was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Seigcl's Syrup, mill wrote the name
down for her that she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she Is in perfect health,
and the people around us 1110 umiied.
The medicine has nude such progress
in our neighborhood that people sny
they don't want the docior any more,
but they tako the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who were coutlned to their bed and
could hardly move a linger, havo been
cured bv it. Tliero is a girl lu our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through somu water, mid was in bed llvu
years with costlvcness and rheumatic
p.ibib, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
In the surrounding districts to wjiom
her mother hud not applied to relieve
her child, but every one crossed them,
selves ami said ihey could not help her.
Whenever the little hell rung which is
rung lu our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought suiely It was for her,
but Sclgel's Syrup and l'llls saved her
life, and now she Is as liialthy ns any
body, goes to church, and can work
oven in thu fields. Everybody was as
tonisl'cd when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she hud been in
bed. Today shu adds her gratitude lo
mine for God's mercies and Sclgel's
Syrup. Mauia Haas."
Thu people of England pcnk uonflim.
ing thu ubovc.
A.rtui 2VInny YeurH.
"AVhlttle-lo.Woods, near Ohorloy,
"December -JO, 183:1.
"Dear Sir, Mother Suigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
It speak highly hi Its favor. We had a
casu of u young lady that hud been trou
bled many years with pains after eating.
She tells us that the pubis were entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
medicine Yours tiuly, D. l'r.EL."
AXloi Mrvci'iil YmiW.
"Stoke Eerrv, January Uth, 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Slegel's
Syrup for Msvorul years, and havo found
It a most clllcucious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep tome by me, and cannot
f.peak too highly 111 lis praise. I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
.A. ft or Wlxtoon "Voiiix.
"03, NoiVgale Stieet, Worktop, Notts,
"December 2llth, itS.I.
"Gentlemen, it Is with thu greatest
of pleasure I accord my testimony 11s to
tho efficacy of Mother Sclgel's Syrup.
My wife, who bus buffered from aeulu
Dyspepsia for over sixtcep years, is now
perfectly better through thu sole help
of your Syrup. I have sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctors in fact, 1 be
gan to think fihe was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
1 remain, youis, thankfully,
ITU .I3IIViCh Iiiivo l5m
" Ilford lloud Dispensary, Diiklnllold,
May i), 188 J.
" Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you tint thu salo of your Syrup and IM1H
Increases here continually, Several of
my customers speak of having derived
more benefit from thu usu of these than
from any other medicine. In somu In
stances tho effects liuvu been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
It wly 1'uo. Edwjh Eabtiyood, J.u,"
P. O. Uox 21)7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or unci Ol Hotel l,ret,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kugs Saner Kraut, kogs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kogs German I'lckles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salniun lleliles, kits Mockcrol, kegs Family 1'ork, kegs Corned Uccf. Kor
Ilreakfat Wliitc O.its, Germeaj breakfast Gem and Shreded Mnlrc. Alto, a
line lot of New Zetland and Portland l'eachblow Potatoes always on baud.
Tho very best of ISLAND ItUTTElt, plenty for everybody.
I'rlrc'M low nnil SntiNl'actioii (iliinrniitciMl.
I H!. tn Inform tlioI.iic1li'ol Honolulu und Hio I'ulillo itfncinlly Hint llnnooiiinrd nn
otllfi-lii llM.ni.AM.il III.OC!;. l)iii'OiiMi-i't,(ipin-lti Mcsrs, II. HnnLliliu-KFr X Co.,
11ml iiMU- tin- r Insiicetimi of my Iiiiko slock nl lil-li I.lnnn, Unpolled illicct from Ilelfssl,
eonsNtliiKof thu follow Iiik
A largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
I TRADE J
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to ordoror very low rates.
Atn. D'O.WIph, Toilet CovciH.Uhm anilTi'iiCIotlii, l'lltow Llnnis, PIicctlnRn, rrlnldt
mid Plain I.iuwih, lluiniipl, I lurk anil Kancy Towel, llurk Toni'lllnt', Unblrnrlieil Iliuiiunk,
DillN, Camljtli! ami linn inched IlundkuichicCi Hiiitahlu for liullci and Kcntlcincn'x tu.
Any Length Out.
.1 in lnolco of lli:i.KAhT. MUSLIN'S new Uniterm, fnt color.
v c. j?:rotj:l.:l.
Agent for tho Y01IK ST. I'I.aX Sill. CO., Ltd." Ilrlfimt : J. . llWOWN ft SONS, Ililfost ; T. ft II.
A. WOIIK.MAN, Ui'lfHNt , II. II. IIOI'NSLLL. Ltd., lllldport, hutf. Ti
IM ! ' " ffW
GHAS. HUSTAGE, GROCER,
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon lleliles, Eastern Codfish in blocks, New Cheese, Dupce Hams and
lincon, Keg Ilulter, Kegs 1'ork, Lard, Bnkcr'n Whole Corn, Gennea, Break,
fast Germ; Out Meal; Corn Meal; Crncktd Wheat; lluckwhent; Flour; Balntl
Dresslnj:; Durei-.' OllvuOll; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour l'lcklcsjAs
Bortcd Extract; Hosu Water; Dates; Nuts; Halslns; l'ear Huttcr; Arrowroot
Cakes; School dikes; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
l.'oniet and 15' smii Tea-; Family Flour; Bran; Oats; 'Wheat ; Corn; Saloon
Bread; l'oiaioi , Unions; ICcrosenu Oil, etc., etc.
BT Goods drlhciul to all parts of tho city. Satisfaction jguaiantccd.
B. V. DlI.MNOIIAM.
l'rchhlcut anil .Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, Nui'ccHorM to IHIllnRliam & Co, nnil Haniuel Xott.
C OOD IVIGUHCT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cuslom.Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
Ii all Hie Latest Styles ani Patterns.
1ST I'liiticular attention is called loan elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JHEUBEItT REEVE, M.H.S.,
Heals nil diseases by i'urltication,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
l'ersoim weary of using physio with,
out avail would do well to adopt thin
byMem. Consultation hours, 3 to 4 r.u.
137" Invalids on thu other Islands
visited by Bpectul arrangement.
Ucidunco Hotel Street, opposite Y.
M. C. A. (18 lm
General Business & Purchasing AUonl'
42 McM St., Heiolalo.
My moa fallhliil uttcn Ion will be
,t , gieu for the
'Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for the residents uf thu
l'J J fccvuul lehuula of this group, ly
OK MOIlt: THAN 100 YK.MW ItlU'l'TATIQ.V.
DnMiirpnMHi'il fur Kxrcllcnco of ((unllty,
riiNiirpnHxcil for IMirnhlllt In AVour.
UiiHiirpnNNrit for Ilonuly of lie hIciin,
Olitnlneit JIlglirHt AMnrdH, viz:
Mi:ilAI.K-lli'lfa.t, 1811 nnil ISTa; trillion, IMl, 112
mill (Cnlil) ls;n; l'nrls (Colli), 1ST; Dunlin, 1st.',
mil 18TJ,riilliuIi'liIilu, IS7.
Tiilili! Clot lis fniiiri In 7 jiinls In length, uitli
Napkins to limteli.
'llie above mu liuuti) of tho DKsT Ilttsll mill
Com I nil Flnx: iun, wowu unit lilonclicil In lie
limit; the liiitti'iim wim'ii In tlm Tallin Linen nm
tlcilKiii'il by Illtbll AltTISTS, who luni) for luuliy
j cm excelled thoso of uny other country.
Jas. G. Si'Knckr,
Secretary and Treasurer.
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Alo. 4 Ariimin JLuiie.
Hats dyed mid prested,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Nativo Btiaws sewed In nil tho latent
Lessons given in tlilrty.six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing niidpnlntlnr
Orders taken for nil kimlflof embroi
NEW YORK LINE.
WH. OKOSSMAN & HHO., 77
. Ilrond Street, N.Y., will des.
patch nu Al vessel in this line, on or
SliVY IB, 18,
Order should bo forwarded by steamer
of March Btih, to Insure (shipment by
this opportunity, or not later tluiu April
illh. CASTLE &i COOKE,
MONTHLY, or longer! ile.
tired, a large h'urnishi.d Cot.
tut-'c with 1) lonuii. Itntli v
liouso mid fresh water shower bnth.
Sea bathing. Situated at Knplohini
1'nrk, Mutual Telephone in the house.
Iuillilre of Q. West, of West. Dnw Ac
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