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Y, MAKCII 25. 188G.
Sclir Hiilcakaln from I'opcckco
Stmr ICllauca Hon from Windward Ports
Stmr .Ins I Dowsett fiom Paia
Slmr Iwiiltuil from Knunl
Stmr Jus Makee from ICauui
Sclir Khitkal from Walalua
Sclir AVnlmalit from Hawaii
Stmr C It Bishop from Hauinkua
Bk Ceylon for Snn Francisco
Sclir Kaulkcnoull for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Hnlcnkata for Pcpeekcn
Stmr Kilauea lion for Wlndwaul Polls
Stmr .las Makcc for Walanac, Knpaa,
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk C 0 Wliltniuio, Thompson
The ttnir Santa Mm la received 2,100
bags ol sugar fiom (lie; schooner I.iika
Schrlialcakala brought 1,1182 bags of
sugar yjsterday and discharged Into the
bark 0 0 Whltniorc.
The birk Ceylon called tliis morning
for San ?rnnelseo with i:t,!)0S bags of
sugar, vtltted at 8ti8,o:il.(l!J.
bebooter Ehuknl brought. (U8 bags of
sugar fnm Walahia this morning.
Stmr .lis Makee brought 2, 155 bags of
sugar thh morning from Knunl. Sho
sails to-nnrrow at noon for Walanae,
Kllauea aid ICapaa.
Stmr Iwilanl arrived from Kanal this
morning Wth -1,002 bags of sugar for
the O O Witinore. Tho Iwalanl sails
this uieiilnr nt o'clock for Klecle,
Makawell aid Wnlmea.
Stinr Duwctt brought 1,500 bags of
sugar from raia this morning, and ills
charged Intilthe schooner S Bowne.
The DowM'ttsalls again to-night.
'J'he W S ttowne and Caibarlen have
flnHicd disclargiug and are rcceclvlng
Stmr Klluuti Hon brought 2,093 bags
of sugar fromilakalau, and 1,110 from
Ookala. She sills to-morrow at 5 p in.
The three misted schooner Ke An lion
left for Hawal about three weeks ago.
LOCAL &CENERAL NEWS.
Mit. W. S. Lice lniH liranched out
in nn intcrcntitg lulvertisetnent.
No fresh iioVi of tlio Volcano
tlio Kilauea Hoi this nioriiing.
Nkw phuikH tro replacing old ones
on tho wharf, nar tho iislnnniket.
Mk. L. J. Luviy's regular cash sale
comes oil" to-morow morning at 10
Gko. Strntmryer is artistically
painting Mr. Yatcrhou-o'u Queen
Thk dnnco nt tio Hawaiian Hotel
this evening wil undoubtedly bo n
A chii.dui:n'8 oeial will bo held
this evening, at tlio Bethel vestry,
commencing at 7 ('clock.
Tub puisers of tlu steamers Iwalani
and Kilauea Hon uport line weather
on their respeetiveroutes.
Tin: steamer Smta Maria will
leave, carrying PostOllieo mails, for
San Fnuioisco, on Moulay.
Mks. Captain John Itfcu is very
low with tho dropsy, aid tho doctor
fears sho will not survive tho night.
Pmnciish Likeliko is tabling a re
ception this afternoon, between tlio
hours of thrco and live, titlier Makiki
Tub l'elo, after a protraced illness,
lias resumed work witli renewed
vigor. She towed tho Jruin to sea
yesterday and tho Ceylon tlis morn
This morning's "Advertise;" con
tains tho lirst instalment of ', very
interesting article on tlio enters of
Mokunweoweo, written by MrlJ. M.
Scours of boys, of allsies andmany
shades of color, congregated yjstei-
day afternoon and evening ii tho
water underneath and seawiudff tho
King street bridge.
i . m
A Ladies' Bazaar will blossom mit
on Hotel street noxt Saturday, vi'h
choice millinery and fancy good)-.
Miss A. M. Hurko will conduct tho
A Chinesb express earriago was
capsized and broken on King street
near Alakea, this morning, and the
driver kicked in tlio abdomen. All
the result of keeping iv baulky horse.
Mn. II. J. Agnow is building a cot
tage at tho raeo course, close to tho
Casino, where ho will stablo his ani
mals, and probably catch tho time of
bis adversary's horses during prac
tice. Tiibiii: scorns to bo a now disease
raging amongst tho poultry of this
island. Soveial parties tell of largo
numbers of chickens and other fowl
suddenly dying from no apparent
j Messhh. J, M. Oat, Jr., &. Co. have
'imported a new-fangled musical in-
Htrumont. Our reporter attempted a
.description, but broke down. Tho
jiublio nro invited to go and see for
A 1'OiMH.Ait young gentleman who
has been induced to eschew intoxi
caiits, through the jnllucnco of Mr,
- - , . .,
Noblo'e lcoturc", may be heard of nn
evening at C. McCarthy's billiaid
saloon, denouncing intemperance.
Nbws was brought by tho steamer
Kilauea Hon this morning of u
teamster by tho name of Low, em
plojed on Laupahoehoo plantation,
being stabbed by a Portuguese mad
man, last Saturday. Tho injuied
man is receiving proper medical as
sistance, but is not o.xpceted to live
Tin: best thing out on hoiso llesli
is the llort-o Owner's Cyclopedia,
which can be seen at tho stoic of
.1. M. Oat, .Jr., .t Co. The book treats
of all the ills that equine llesli is heir
to, and gives a largo variety of Inter
esting history relating to "the horse.
Tho volumo is elegantly bound and
Mit. Hay Wodehouse was thrown
fiom his horso this morning, while on
his way to town, and received a few
slight bruises about tho body and an
abrasion on the forehead. .Mr. Wode
house, though pretty well shaken up,
is able to attend to business, ami
thinks nothing of the adventuie.
This is the same horso that, threw
Mr. (luy Wodehouso and is appar
ently u vicious beast.
Tin: steamer James I. Dowsett,
with the schooner Wuilulu in tow,
ariiyed at Pain Tuesday morning,
having left here Monday afternoon.
The passage was made in less than 13
hours. Tlio captain of the Dowsett
icports good weather in tho channel
anil at Pain. The steamer, with the
schooner Eliukai, will be hauled onto
tho Marino Kailway this afternoon,
to ho cleaned. She will again sail
for Paia about midnight.
Tin: tug Hleu is laid up fonepairs.
It will take until to-morrow aftei noon
for the machinists to ii'incily the ac
cident to the pump. She will then
bo leady to low vessels, but is sadly
in need of further repairs. Her boiler
leaks badly and requires attention.
Mr. Farnsworth, tho engineer, during
the time the tug was hauling mud
scows, was unable to do much in the
way of cleaning tho boiler, unless he
worked of nights, which was not ex
pected. Messhh. Cedgo and Guillaume, two
young sports who left hero last De
cember, by tho vhip Southern Chief
for Hongkong, have been heaid from.
Thoy nro at Hanoi, Tonquin, and
speak of tho country being very rich
but not developed. They also say
that sugar planting U likely to ho a
principal industry tlieie before long.
They enjoyed tho voyage to Hong
kong, and arc well-pleased with tho
place. They intend to remain there,
but for what purpose they did not
Pictukb Frames and Cornices
made to order; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
prices to suit all. King JJros.' Art
Store, Hotel street. 70 (It
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
There was a pretty full attendance
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, last even
ing, to hear Mr. AYm. Noble speak
on the moderate drinker. The
address was pointed and practical.
The next lecture of the course will
be delivered, at the same place, this
Before Preston, J. In re appeal
of Ah You, from the Police Court,
charged with having opium in posses
sion, the Judgment of the Police
Court is nlllrmed, and an appeal
noted to the Supreme Court. W.
A. Whiting for defendant.
In re S. Paaniani vs. Kuia, appeal
from District Court, Koolnuloa,
damages $20. W. L. Holoknhi and
J. P. Kauwalu for plaintiff, appellant.
Cecil Drown for defendant. Appeal
NOT A CANCER BUT A LIZARD.
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 14. Mrs.
J. C. Willlston, the wife of a con
tractor and builder of this city, lias
just returned from an extended trip
after a most remarkable experience.
Mrs. Willlston is not yet thirty, but
her hair is almost white and her face
bears the signs of a life of suffering.
She has been the victim for years,
at varying hours of night and day,
of pains like tho cutting of a knife,
and physicians supposed her to be
suffering from cancer of the
stomach. Eminent physicians fail
ed to exactly locate the trouble or
ifford tho lady relief. She spent
nonths in travel and largo amounts
o money ondcavoring to llnd effect
ive treatment for her malady, but
most of the physicians whom sho
consulted said that her disease was
cancer of the stomach and that
death would ultimately result.
Last October she went to San
Francisco, stopping and treating,
while en route, at tho soda springs
of Idaho, but in vain. Later she
tried the waters of Calistoga Springs
and tho baths of Passo del Itoblcs
without effect. San Francisco's
best physicians could afford no relief,
and sho started for Sonora, Mexico,
Intend na to visit some celebrated
springs near Nogales. Sho was
taken seriously ill at Tucson, A. T.
Ono day during her illness aPapago
Indian, of local notoriety a9 a
"medicino man," visited Tucson
from St. Xavier's Mission. Ho was
taken to Mrs, WUHston'a rooms and.
risked If ho could toll her allmont.
Hu looked nt her, had her describe
thu pains and lliclr location, and
then with the exclamation, "Mosabo
heap bad spirit," ho rushed out and
toward the mission. In a few hours
he returned with herbs and a basket
of mescal, a root used by the Indians
Ho motioned to Mrs. Willlston to
swallow the herbs. They made her
loathly sick, so much so that she
tlinosl died from fright," thinking
she had been poisoned. The result,
ifter a few hours, was tho emission
of u dead lizard that was fully four
inches in length. It was apparently
of n species common to tlio East,
hut how it had managed to live for
bo many years was tho mystery.
Mrs. Willlston says that but one ex
planation occurs to her, which is
that when a child and living nt
l'hillipsburg, N. J., sho and her
brother were accustomed to drink
from a little brook that ran near tho
house. They would scoop the
water up with their hands, and she
thinks that possibly in this way sho
swallowed the embryo lizard. Mrs.
Willibton's recovery has been rapid,
and she is now fairly on the way to
a complete restoration to health.
Though the taking of living objects
into the system is not raie, medical
men say that this is one of the most
remarkable cases on record. iV.
Y. Times, Feb. lu.
It is not always safe to ask qitcs-tions-of
a Sunday school unless you
make sure of the answer beforehand.
At a certain Sunday school anniver
sary in Boston the speaker to the
children waxed eloquent in describ
ing the breakfast at a poor children's
home which he witnessed on Plaster
Sunday morning. Ho wished to
bring out the fact that tho poor
children had eggs for breakfast, in
recognition of Easter. So ho said
to tho Sunday school he was ad
dressing: "Oh, children, it was a
beautiful sight to sec all thoso poor
boys and girls enjoying themselves.
They had clean napkins, and fresh
faces, and bread and milk; and
what else do you think they had to
eat?" "Beans!" shouted a chorus
of boys from all parts of tho church.
What else could bo expected of a
Boston audience when speaking of a
Sunday breakfast? Congregation
alism Nevada seems to be the paradise
of the school teacher. The annual
report of the Bureau of Education,
which has just been given to tho
public, states that the average salary
of male teachers in Nevada is 8 M0
per month, and for women S9G. In
tellectual Blaine goes to the other
extreme, and pays its women teach
ers SIC per month. The average
salary of teachers per mouth is re
ported from all the States except
Aikansas, Florida, Georgia and
Texas, and from all the Territories
except tlio Indian Territory. In
those States where no distinction of
sex is made- in reporting this item
(Alabama, Delaware, Indiana, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missis
sippi, Missouri, New York, North
Carolina and Tennessee) the average
salary ranges from S27.87 (in Ken
tucky) to S-17.75 (in Missouri). It
should bo noted that the report
from Kentucky includes only white
country schools. In this State the
average Balary for teachers in city
and graded schools for whites is
671. 25. For tho States not included
in the foregoing statement tho lowest
average salary per month is, for
men, 826.92 (South Carolina) ; for
women, $10.28 (Maine). f Wash
ington Corr. Chicago Journal.
A LECAL OATH.
"Do you," said Fanny, t'other day,
"In earnest lovo mo as you say?
Or are thoo tender words applied
Allku to llfty girls beside?"
"Dear, cruel girl," cried I, "forbear!
For by tho.-o eyes those lips I
Shu stopped mo as tho oath I took,
And cried, "You've sworn now kiss
THE CHRONIC CROWLER.
He growls about his boarding plaee,
Jlo growls about ills bud;
Ho giowls about most everything
Wants something elsu instead.
He growls about his laiiudryiiian,
llu growls about his tailor,
He growls about thu lit of things,
Like Jack Tar 'hoard a. whaler.
Ho growls about tho dally news,
Ho growls because it's new,
Ho growls about nn artlclu
That doesn't suit his view.
Ho growls about ids daily work,
Ha growls becaiiEO it's labor;
Hu growls becuiibe bo's not born rich,
As was his next door neighbor.
Ho growls beeauso ho has no wlfo;
Hu growls about tho ladles;
Ho growls about tho style thoy wear
Conslgus thum all to Hades.
Ho growls when ho to theatro goes,
Hu growls about thu seats.
He growls about the play again
To every ono hu meets.
Ho growls about a legacy,
Ho growls bcctuifeo 'tis small;
Ho growls as if It was his right
That ho should get It all.
Ho growls about tho Holy Writ,
Hu growls becftusu bo can;
Ho growls beeauso he's bonud to growl,
He's such a cranky man. ' ' "
A CongicBsnian has sued tho St.
Louis Jicpublican for 8100,000 for
libel. Now i3 the chance to ruin
that man. Just turn tho paper over
to liim. Alta California.
A. Voice from -ViiHtrln.
Nenr the village of Zllllngdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an In
telligent and Industrious woman, whose
story of physical tmllorlng and llnal re
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "I was employed,"
sliu says, " In Iho work of a largo farm
house. Over-work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint,
ing and sickness of tho stomach, until I
was unable to retain cither food or
drink. I was compelled to taku to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest and quiet, I sought to
do sotnu work, but was soon taken with
a pain In my side, which In a little
while seemed tospnnd er my whole
body, and llirol.iic . m in every limb.
This was .ii.-,i by u cough and
i-linrttic-s o( hrnttli, mull Dually I could
not sew, iind J took to my bed for the
second, unci , a" I tliouijht, for thu last
time M liit.inlN told u that my time
U..U . eaily come, and full I could not
live 'it iter than when tlnMiccs put on
tb. i i cu ncc more. T ion 1 happen,
cd iM,itoncof tlicHLiel pamphlets.
I read it, and my dear in ' lior bought
me a bottle of faelgel's nop, which I
took cvictly according directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be.
foro 1 felt a great cliuugo lor thu better.
My last illiK-x began June , lt-SJ, and
coniluucd to Ainmst Otli, when 1 began
to tn 1; e Hie Syrup. Vny soon I could
do n little I ght wnk. Hit; cough left
me, and 1 was no limn; Iron bled in
b eathiug. Mow 1 am perfectly cured.
Ai.d idi, now happy I ami 1 cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Hcigcl's
Syrup. Now I must lull you that the
doctois in our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against tho
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to destroy the Sclgcl pamphlets;
but now. wherever ono is to bo found, It
is kept like u relic. Thu few preserved
are borrowed to rend, and I lmvu lent
mine for six miles around our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy thu medicine for tlicni, know,
ing that it cured me, and to be sure to
get thu right kind. I known woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them thcro was no help for her,
that sliu had consulted several doctors,
but none, could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote thu name
down for her thai she might uiako no
mistake. She took my iidvlcu and the
Syrup, and now she Is m perfect health,
and the Ieople around us are aiuiied.
Thu medicine has in. win such progress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who ucro eoullucd to their bed and
could hardly move n linger, have been
cured by it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through Boino water, and 'was in bed live
years with costiveness and rheumatic
pains, and had to linvo an attendant to
watcli by her. There was not u doctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relievo
her child, but every one crossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which Is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought surely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now sliu is as healthy us any
body, goes to church, and can work
uven in tho Holds. Everybody was as
tonished when they saw her out, know
ing how miiay years she had been in
bed. Todav sliu ndds her trratilnde to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. iMAiiiA Haas."
Thu people of England speak confirm
ing tho above.
.A. flop Bliiny Ycni'S.
"Whittlc-lo-Woods, ncur Chorley,
"December 20, 188:1.
"Dear Sir, Mother SeiguPs medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
it speak highly in its favor. We had a
cuso of a young lady that had been trou.
bled many years witli pains after eating.
Shu tells us that the pains wcro entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
nieuiclnn. lours truly, n. i'eei.."
jVl'tor Several Yourw.
"Stoke Ferry, January Ilth, 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Slegel's
Syrup for several years, and have found
it a most elllcaclous lemedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep somu by me, and cannot
speak too highly in Its praise. I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
j.rtei' Hlxtuun Yeivrw.
"05, Notvgatu Street, Worksop, Notts,
"December 20th, 188:1.
"Gentlemen, It is with tlio greatest
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
the efllcacy of Mother Seigel's hyrup.
My wife, who has suffered from aeutu
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, Is now
perfectly better through the solo help
of your Syrup. 1 have sent pounds in
medicines from doctois in fact, I be
gan to think she was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
riio XZil'eotH linvo lxtun
" Ilford Itoad Dispensary, DtiMnflold,
"Dear Sir, I am Imjmy to inform
you that tlio sale of yourbyrup and 1'HIh
increases here continually. Hevcrnl of
my customers speak of liuvlng derived
more benefit from tlio use of these than
from any other medicine. Irt some In.
btauccs Hie ellecta have hcen wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
Jt wly I'uo. Edwin EASTwoon, .1.1"."
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALJj porEons who want to corumunl.
cato with the I'oitugueso, either
tor laziness, or for proem ing woikmen,
servants or any other helps, will llnd it
the most profitable way to udvertUu in
tlui Luso Ilawaiiano, tho new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
Ilslicd on Merchant street, Gazelle Ilulld.
Ing, (I'ost.Ofllco Letter Uox K.), nml
only charges reasauublo rotes) for udver
CHR,A.TVI OXOEIVITVG- OF THE
0:V SATUBDAY, 3JDYROII rtli,
WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Millinery&Fancy Goods
OF THH VERY
08 Hotel Street,
P. O. Uox 'JU7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
UT iiikI Hotel Htrcet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on the way. Just received Kegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon JSellles, kiu Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Hcef. For
Uicakfasl White Out", Gerrnea; Breakfast Gem and Shredcd Maize. Also, a
line lot of New .iMhind and Portland Pcacliblow Potatoes always on hand.
Tho very best of ISLAND BUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
and JSutiHliiction CJnurnntecd.
B. F. Diw.inoiiam,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
l.lmMfil. NiM'f-rHaor to IHIIIncliaui A Co, mid Naiiiual .ott.
GOOD NIGHT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
I11KO to liifmni tIi!l.iiillesof Honolulu nml tlio PaWlo peiierolry Hint I linvo opened nn ,
iillloii In t it) III.AM.lt IH.OCh, (Jtitcnfctncl.ii)ipiitltB McDsre.:. HoffrclilncKcrft Co..
anil Invito llit'IrliiKiii'i'lluii i f my lmgo Mock of lrls-h Uiichh, linmirtcit illrcct Iroui Belfast,
consisting of tlio follou Int;: '
A largo Invoico of J. S. Brown & Son's "Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
AImii. I'0lli", Toilet Covers, Glim niul Ten Clotlii, I'lllow I.Iihmih, 8hootlnx, Printed
nml l'liiln I.uhiih, Dinnn-k, Illicit and Fancy TowcIh, Hack Ton clllni,', Unbleached Dnmusk,
l)i llli, (,'iunliilc and llciiixtltchcd Handkci chief h, miitublo for ladies and gentlemcn'H utte.
Any Length Out.
Aleo, nn I n olco of IlKI.FAbT MUSI.INS new patterns, fast colorn.
Agent for tho YOItlC ST. II.aX hPO. CO., Mil.' ItclfiiBt; J. 8. IIIIOW.N AROKS, UcUiut; T.& (I.
A. WOIJUMAN, llclfa-t , II. II. HOUN.SUI.l,. Ltd., llrldliort, kiii;. W
CHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
JCTNG SXKBKT, : : : : Honolulu
Has received, per Steamship Geo. "W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codflrsh,
Kits Salmon Uellii-, Eastern Codfish in lilooks, New Cheese, Dupce Hams and
Uacon, Kegs Hutler, Kegs Pork, Lard, Baker's Whole Corn, Gerrnea, Urcak.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn Meal; Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Dressing; Durets' UllvuOll; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As.
Mirted Extracts; Hose Water; Dates; Nms; Halsins; Penrlluttcr; Arrowroot
Cakes; School Cakes; Mixed Crackers; Cholco Japan, English Breakfast,
Comet nnd Blossom Tea-; Family Flour; Bran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Bread; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
BST Goods.dclivcred to all parts of tho city. Satisfaction guniantccd.
"n Telephone 119.
J Herbert reeve, m.h.s.,
. Hydropathic Physician,
Heals all diseases by PurlHcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons wearv of using physic with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
Bypteui. Consultation hours, 3 to 4 p.m.
13f". Invalids on the other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
ltesldetiLe Hotel Street, opposite Y.
M. C. A. 08 lm
C. K. MILLER,
Gcnoral 'Business & Purchasing A9nt.
42 Merchant St, Meliiln.
My most faithful attcuMou will he
.given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tne residents uf tho
oil several Islands of this group, fly
XiiHliIoiitUWo Cloulf una
Corner of Alnlsoi & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
JVcxt door to fiCirlK & Co.
Jab. G. SrKNCKR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
OF MOUK THAN' 100 YIIAIIS ItKl'UTATIOH.
IlnHurimMHeit for I'.xcallenro or lnallty,
UiiNurpnHHiMl for Ituraltlllty In Wear,
UiiNurpaHHcil for llennty of UeMlirjiN,
Obtained lllglimt AwartlN, via:
MKl)ALS-Itelfat, 1811 and 1870; London, 1MI, IN
unci (Hold) 1870; 1'arl (Hold), 1W, Dublin, lfU
mid 1872; l'lilliidclnhlii, 137(1.
Tablo Clotlin from 5 to 7 yards lu length, with
Napkins to mntcli.
Tlio nbovo am mado of tlio 11KST HUSH and
Courtral Flax; Bpuii, woven and liloaclicd In Iro
land; tlio puttonw wnvra In tlio Tabid I.tneu nro
duiluiicd by HUSH AKTISTH, who !mo for many
yearn excelled thoso of any other country.
A Cottago on Kiug Slrccs, ad
joining tlio residence of Hon.
J. I. Dowsett. containing 4
rooms, kitchen and bathroom; water
laid on. Also, a 3-room Cottage, on tho
Asylum Boad. Bent, $10 per month,
Apply to (81)) J. O. EDWARDS.
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Share
holders of tho Deutscher Vercln
wll bo held nt the office of Messrs. II.
Hackfcld & Co., on WEDNESDAY,
March Ul, 183C, nt 2 r.M. Full altcn
dnnco is requested. Business of linpor.
timce. II. BIEMENSCUNEIDER,
73 2w Kec'y Deutscher Vercln.
A Dwelling House nt fit
Emma Street. House contains
4 bedrooms, parlor, slttlni;
und dining rooms, pantry, kitchen and
bathroom, servant's room, stabling and
carriage house. Tho whole newly
painted and in good repair. Apply at
MBS. LACK'S STORK,,
81 Fort Street, or 0U Emma Street.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tliii Pacific Transfer Co.,
Olllco with O. K. Miller,
13 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel, 391.
I mn fully piepa-cd to do all kinds of
drayago, hauling or moving work, all of &
which I will guarauteo to execute faitli.
62 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
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