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'Coiilhnied from pti(e 2.
on the s:nio subject inlroihiuetl by
tlio member for Wninliu. Adopted.
iMInistcr CSuliok gave notion of mi
net iV'.'ii luting tin; construction of
buildings in the city f Honolulu.
Re. Ksiuliuuc piccntcd u i evolu
tion for an nppi epilation of Solid
for completing und furnishing n bet
ter supply of wnter at Wuiohinii.
Kill. Laid on the table for con
sideration with tlie Appropriation
'&ft;, $flU;ij 5y.11 In tin.
FRIDAY, MAY 21. 188G.
Schr Kuniiii from Kauai
Schr Kliukal from l'al.t
Schr Wiilohu from I'.tln
Bgtne W G Irwin for San Fiancl-co
Tern W 8 Bowcn for Snn Kranelseo
Stun- W 0 Hull for Maul mid Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVINR TO-MORROW.
Stuir Klltuteu lion for Wliidwntd Ports
Sehr Widi-lm for Pain
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, MooUcts
Ilktuo Morning Star. Turner
JIU110 Nellie M Shido, Could
llktne Geo U l'dUlie-. Aekeiiiian
JtKtnu .Mary Wliikeluiau, Backus
Ship ICate D.ivcnpoit, lion land
Shi) Richard III
For San Francisco, per bgtne W G
liwlu, May aist G l'ctctson, J We-scl,
Hugo Ratnstcdt, O Peterson, .1 John
ston, Mrs Wallace, W G Riley, II M
Riovvu and 7. T Aldileh.
For San Francisco, per clir W S
Bowno, May 21st MNs Kmily Wall, Mr
Ncber wife anil child, II M Nellseu, the
ship-wrecked ciew and !5 Chinamen.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Waichu SOI) bags sugar.
Sehr Rluikal DUO hags sugar
Schr r.m'ina 730 bags sugar, !)."0 b ig?
paddy, KiO bags rice, and l' hides.
The schooner W S Itovven silled tliU
r M for San Frauoieo with 11.701) lugs
sugar, valued at oS,ii"7.18.
EJThc bgtne W G lrwln Failed this
moiningfor Sin Fianclsoo with 8,-l'J
lags sugar, 1,-I50 bags nee, 51) bbls
ntoWses and 17 empty tanks. Value
Stmr Kllauea Hon sails to-morrow at
4 i" jr.
At Onhu College, Punahou, Friday.
May 21, 18h, William Howard Meriilt,
Infant son of Rev. nnd Mrs. W. C. Mer
1 itt, aged seven months and live das
Fuiieial at Oalni College, Situulay,
May 2L'nd, at 10 o'elock a. m.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fun at the Yocmilo Rink this
Dodi) will run extra busbes to the
A dividend is advertised payable
on the bankrupt estate of Aiau.
Tin: Polynesian Encampment
meets to-night. Second degiee will
Pleasi: remember that the recitals
at the Y. M. C. A., this evening, will
begin at 7:15 sharp.
Mh. L. J. Lovc-y tells lumber at
auction to-moriow, at noon, at the
roriiiu of Punchbowl and Ueietnnia
Tin: Young People's Cluistian
Temperance Union will meet in tho
vestty of Foit-htieet Church this
evening, at 7:.'i0 o'elock.
A (lOODi.Y number of ladies and
gentlemen assembled on the Kinau
whaif this afteinoon to see tho V. S.
Bovvno und hei passengeis oil'.
At tho legular cash sale of Messrs.
E. P. AdaniH & Co., at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning, dices goods, pink
coral, and Ikmibon whiskey will bo
Mlt. J. Lyons sells to-morrow 11101 n
Ing at 11 o'elock, at Geo. Engel
hardtV stoie, Fort stioet, goods
slightly damaged, ex bargentino
!Nollio M. Slade.
Tin: notice of the death of tho in
fant son of Rev. W. C. and Mis.
"Slerritt, which appeals to-day, is n
bd piece of news to tho numerous
hjt'iids of the family, who deeply
HyU nuthizc with tho boieaved pin
At th meeting of China Engine
Co. No. .' 'ilat' evening, tho following
noinina'tioi w weie made for tho Juno
election of t,Miginci!is: John Nott, for
Chief1 M. D. Monsarrat, for Fiitt
Assistant;' and ''H" Ascli, Second
The baseball g.imo which was to
have been played " Saturday tho
2!)th, has been post uoned out of do
foronco to the obsetva nces of Memo
rial Day. This is a ki udnees on tho
pait of tho clubs, which 9 fully
appreciated by tho eomi'udes of the
G. A. II.
Tin: Wizuid of tho Noith will hold
a nintinco to-nionow afteinoou, at 2
o'clock, for tho benefit of ladioa an '
children j and will eomo befoio tbu
public again in tho evening, to tuntiso
und mystify the wonduiing crowd.
Tho Wizard announced at tho close
of last night's exhibition that now
featuies would bo introduced at cuch
. . . '
Mn. and Mis. V. Unger and Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Palmer gave a social
party at their lObidoueo, Mrs. Dudoit'fl,
King stieet, last evening. Theio weio
about 25 invited gucstu present, und
iitcr'dariclnu, tliUll 10:30 o'elock, all f
mil. down to a jioi (.upper. After
which theio was nutivo niueio, sing
i 11 lc and dancing by tewjial native
aititts. Tho paity kept up until 11
late hour, and Was very interesting
for itn novelty and sociability.
Mkhhiiu. (J. . Maefuilano it Co.
received advices by last mail of the
Milling of tlie fine iron clipper "Ielo
of Erin," from Glascow, on tho 10th
of Apiil, witli a full cargo of sugar
maehinety und geneail incichandic,
to their consignment. They also re
ceived cable advice of the tailing of
the extreme iion clipper ship
"Aniana," fiom London und Madeira,
with -17o Poitugtiese immigrants, 250
of whom aio adults. The "Annum"
left Loudon on April 0th, and Ma
deira Apiil 2!)th. She also bungs
eaigo to the consignment of the
above tli m.
A lcligious ceremony, which is
very well known in the old catholic
woiid every wlieto and also in the
new woild in Ameiiea, but has
never been witnessed in this new
Christian country, is to take place
at tlie Iioman Catholic Cathedral
of Honolulu, on Monday next, May
2 ltb, at -1:U0 o'clock, r. m. A
young American lady will conse
crate herself to the service of God
for life, by solemnly making tlie
tluee usual vows of religion pov
eity, charity, nnd obedience and
becoming u member of tho congre
gation of tlie Sacred Ileaits of Jesus
and Mary. The ceremony will be
accompanied by chant and sermon
in English, and concluded by the
olcmn benediction of the M. B.
A VALUABLE INVENTION.
Mr. J. A. Dower has just completed
at his workshop, a new machine
which seems destined toicvolutiotmc
the whole business of the preparation
of taro, the staple aiticlo of Hawaiian
diet. Tho machine is for paring the
rind oil' the taio. It takes in about
thiee bags of taro, and in four min
utes time, the whole lot comes out
egg shaped, beautifully pared and
clean. It appeals that the Alden
Fiuit and Taro Company, in the pre
p.uation of their taio iloui, were
labeling under great disadvantages,
owing to tho slowness and expense of
paring tho taio, the pining of three
bags, douo by this machine, in four
minutes, boing a duy'n work for a
man opeiating by hand. Some
three weeks ago, Mr. Ilielenborg, the
agent of the Company, called on Mr.
Dower requesting hint to invent a
taro parer. Tho latter answeied that
he knew nothing about it. lie, how
ever, set his wits to woik-, with
iio lesult above stated. A tiial of
the machine was made this morning
in presence of Messrs. Bielenberg and
Barnes of the Alden Fiuit nnd Turo
Company, and a nui.Lrn.v repoiter.
The icpiescnlatives of tho company
expiessed themselves peifectly satis
lied with tho invention. Mr, Dower's
ehop was visited by many citiens
during the day to see the machine,
the greatest wonder about which is
the ingenious simplicity of its con
stiuction and working.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
KIKST AlTHAItAXCF OP IMtOKESSOK
The "Wizard of the North, Pro
fessor Anderson, had a bouse full
from floor to ceiling at the Hawaiian
Opera House last evening. The
regular seats weie not sulllcicnt to
accommodate the spectators, but
extra chairs had to be placed around
at the end near the door. Princess
Liliuoknlani nnd Governor Domiuis
occupied the royal box. The pro
gramme was lengthy, taking till
near 11 o'clock to complete. The
various tricks of jtiggleiy intro
duced were- dcxtciously performed.
The taking of a borrowed watch
fiom the inner of six or eight boxes
placed within each other, the pro
duction of bowls of goldfish fiom a
small bit of cloth, and the familiar
India basket trick, were among the
best. The sudden disappearance of
the bird cage and its contents,
although cleverly done, was not so
much appreciated by many, as the
secret was "given away" hero by a
juggler some years ago, in the old
theatre. The "spirit" manifesta
tions, in which Madame Anderson
played 11 pat J, weie cxpcitly exe
cuted. Frequent applause (lining
tho evening evidenced tho satisfac
tion of tlie spectators. Although
tho exhibition was continued till
somewhat late, tlie entire company
1 untamed to tlie end, intently gazing
at the mystciious operations of the
Wiaul of the North.
AiiTiSTh' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Hios.' Artstoie. 3a 1 Gt.
Laiiaina, May 11, 188G.
Mksshs. Ali,i:n & Hodixson,
Dcau Sins: In reply to your
favor of last vvek I beg to state
that we tested lately both the Hawa
iian and the California Lime in our
.Sugar Mill and I am decidedly of
tlie opinion that the Hawaiian Lime
stands higher in every icspectfor
tlie icasou that it is much btrongcr,
thus causing 11 consideiuble saving.
It fuithei'iuoic does not coat our
pipesjand drum so much as tho L'ali
tornia Lime and should therefore be
used in every Sugar Mill. I remain,
dear sirs, yours respectfully,
Tho Hawaiian Lime has to bo
slacked in hot juico iuorikv to use it
SATURDAY, May 22ml,
At 11 oVIoc k a to., at the tlotc of Mr.
GK ). K.NGLKIIAItDI', Uav.r 15 oi-k,
Fort rticct, I will sell at public a icliotl,
fo' iiccoimt of whom It may coiueiu,
Ilia following Goods,
Slightly Damaged by Sea Wator
on the voyage from New York to Hono
lulu, icr birkcmhic XeliluM.
Slade, nnd marked U ti
Ciibcs 110-tl 0 c charcoal Irons, 1 dt7.
" 81-314 ci bundled nxcj, 1 dnz
eneli; fi dnz. wooden wnslt.
Iioaidii, 1 doz. zlue w.li.
" 1 H do, assorted oil Move,
" 47-M do oil can, 10 11-13
doz. coffee pots,
43-10tf doz. tin buckets,
" 4!) 0 U117. kerosene oil cans,
Hi do coll'ee pot,
GO-4 5-12 doz. colleo pots, 1
doz. liread puis,
" -10 m do, collue pots, a (I07.
lea kittle-t, ijj do, oil
" -I. 18 do?, buckets, a B0 doz.
" 48 15 5.12 do. colTee nois, ")
do., emit Ihim-s If doz.
died lioe, do, eoiiri
b".'s, ?i doz. c-ilt trnys,
" 3."5 ;0 do, paekagi'j SwidUh
" ir, oil siove.
" a 18 oil sieves
E3y Terms ca-li, pjynble In U. S.
J. LYONS, Aucl'r.
Hawaiian Jockey Cluli
TO UK Iir.LIJ AT
June 11 and 12, 1886.
First Day, June 11, 188.
1 Honolulu Plate,
Itminlng Race, half-iuiic dadi. open
2 Kapiolani Park Plato,
Ituunlng Uaee. 3f-nille dash, open to
all horses hied In the Kingdom that
have never run at any meeting of this
Tiotting and pacing, mile beats, best
two hi tluee; fiee for all holies not
having a leeoid of thiee minutes or
better; to be owned nnd driven by
members of the Jockey Club.
4 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup,
Itiumiug Haet. a sweepstake of $i0
added; cup to be won by the suno
pci'aon twice, the second winning to
be at any futuie annual meeting; one
mile dash, open to all thice-ycar-olds;
sealed uoiiiinatlous, Ineloslng a
fee of ?10, to he sent to the Secretaiy
of the Hawaiian .loekey Club on or
neioie i I'.m. on tlie Itn day of .lime.
Final acceptances as to the'balaiieo of
sweep-lakes on or before L' v m. on
the lOtlt of June. Second trial Cup
nut for last yeai.
5 Oceanic Plato,
Kunning Itaec, one mile dash, free
for all Hawaiian bred horses. Maid
ens allowed live pounds.
6 Waikapu Cup,
Itiinuitif; Ittii'c, a sweepstake of $L'."
added. ?x mile dash, open to all two-year-old
Hawaiian bred horM-s. Cup
to be won by 1iori beating the two-year-old
leeoid. 1 :-'3.
7 Kamchamelta Plate,
Iiunnlitg Ibtce, 1 'g mile dash, open to
8 Pony Raco,
Uumilug liaee, mile (lush, open to all
pottles of 1 1 bauds or under.
Seeond Day, June la, 18S.
1 Governor Dominis Plate,
ituunlng Itaec, yx mile dash, free for
2 Lunamakaainana Plato,
Trotting and pacing, mile heats, best
two in tluee; open to nil Hawaiian
hi ed horses.
3 Rosita Challenge Cup, $-added,
Running Race, mile dash, free for
all; winner to beat the rccoid of Ro
sita. 1 :47-i. Cup to he run for an
liuallv and to bo held by tho winner
until bis time is beaten at a tegular
meeting of the Association.
4-The Queen's Plate,
Running Race, mile dash, free for all
Hawaiian bred hoises.
5 -Tho Hawaiian Plate,
Trotting nnd p. icing, mile heals, best
twoiittlnee; all horses having a ic
cotd of 1!:!I0 or better to go to wagon.
6-His Majesty's Cup,
Running Race, a sweepstake of $30
added, 1'4 utile dash, fiee for all
three-year-olds owned by niemberi
of the Club. Tho cup to bo mn for
C. O. U HUGE It,
3i tdj Sco'y Hawaiian Jockey Club,
A DIVIDED of 1H per cent, will be '
p 1 If bv 'lie umlcrslsiii-il al hW
oillce nn MONDAY. the'.Mlli day of 1
May, liiilniit, (at (lie lbiiikrtiil K ImIc i (
Alan (eh), oilierwlsu kiown 110 Ynu
Hop. W. O PAIIKK, Assignee.
IIoiiolulu, May 21, 180. XI 2t
Graigside to be Let.
rpiIU ubovo Iloddenro of Mr. Theo.
X II. Davles, rotupilshir 4) ncirs
of bind, nnd
2 Complete IIotiHes,
which will hu lit sepntatcly or together.
J3T" Verj liberal tortus will ho oiler,
ed to good tenants. Apply to
83 lm THEO. H. lUVIES it CO.
rnF.REBY rcpcctfullv notify my
friends and tlie public In general,
that I hava removed my busbars to the
Hawaii 111 CiirrluKO Mtinufitr.turlng Co,
where 1 run lo found to attend to my
cutonic:-4 visual. Sollritlnj: a con.
tlnuiinre of their pntroanee, uu'd thank,
iiib' tlie public for past favor,
1 am, niot neerelv vourf, - .
F. O. CHUMAX.
Honolulu, Api II 2D, Itw;. tllU 1 111
Notice of Sale,
In necoidiiiiuc with a power of Mule
contained In a certain tnoitpige niuile
by lien j urn in It. Macy to the Tructces of
the Kblato of I.ilttitlilo, dated Sept. 1!!,
18N1, nnd lecoidfd in the Kcyliitry of
of Deeds In Honolulu, in Hook 70, on
pages iril and 107, mortgaging that icr
tain leao from D. V. l'auahl to G. Xf
Mnecy ricordid in said Registry, in
Unok CI, on pages 03 and 01, duo notice
having bien given of intention to fore
close said mortgage for conditions
broken. Hy order of Ihc said Mort
gagees, I shall tell the said
Mortgaged Lease & Premises
at public auction, at my (salesroom in
llono'jlu, at 12 o'clock m.,
On MONDAY, May 24th,
The Vremi'i"' to be sidd conslbts of n
LLWS13 having h) ycaisto run at hi
annual rental ot $JS; of a LOT 0s . in
feel in size, luck of t Itt- Cltlnit-e Y. M.
C. A. Building, near thu comer of F i
and Ileretania Stieati-.
Tiiore . re it Couaues and out-limiJc
in the prcnUes, and room for Severn
mote Cottages to bo erectid. Tlie lot i
connected by lime- wilh both Fort lint
di'iei.tiiia sueut. All uf the Cullugc.
no now oe upled by li-nanU.
J. 11 C Ivg. Auctioneer.
I.. A TllUiislON, All'y fur Mortgagee .
Honolulu, Miiy l-l, 18 I! Jm i
1 Second-hand Billiard Tabic,
j-izo fi.10, manufactured by P I.Ie-
pcnfcht, S. V., cushions aie quick
and it Ih In gn"-i ' r. 1 have also
H :Xe-v 13illlunl CIoUik.
which will fit a large table. Abo,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, now.
IWlm C. J. MiCUtTHY.
LDMB1 JOE SALE.
On SATUKDAY, May 82d,
at 12 noon, I uill sell at auction, at
the corner of Punchbowl and Ilere
tania atreets, a quantity of
Planed and Finished Lumber,
lately ucd at the Central Park
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Races to be Held
Undci the auspices of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club, on
On MONDAY, May 24th,
AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.
1. RUNNING RA'K Puree, $100;
Cecil Brown's liny pony Kiklla
S. l'urkur'rt black puny Sam
2. RUNNINO RACK Purse, $200;
W. H. Coruvvcll'd b. marc.OIay D
.. .SpaldluN b, marc IUnitit
3. RUNNINO RAOE Purse, $1C0;
C. Hrown'H b. cldiut,' O.K.
A. Allliui's hot. giIillti(;...Uut.away
4. RUNNING RACK Purse. 50.
And other evcntH.
O. O. II B I GBH,
!l) Son'y Hawaiian .touke Club.
The White House,
No. 118 Numiuu strict,
Xiccly Furn lulled IIooiiim,
with or vvltliiMit hotrd.
311 ly MHS.jnq. VirilllA.
Knights of Pytliias IVotlce.
ON and after ihK dute the leu'iilur
nteeiiii" of Myi-lic I.imIko No. 1!.
K of P will be lahl on WKDNKSDAY
KVKNINd ot each wu-lt, at 7:11(1
o'clock Pl'.R URDKR.
.May 1''. 1PP0. :ej 1 w
(Jtieen St., neM Hull, Hit O'l'ce
Hor-ie.s btokett to Sad
dle and Unmet'',
HorcH boiiidcd bv the
&- ' day. vvi ek, or innnth,
lloue C'liiPud. i Telephonu lUi.
n wiUH t' jtawMwrnLvwmmmmfBasmim
l!n.e rial' O .Ides foi Hts'S,
Pinning R lies oi the .National League,
Art of i atllng at d Hac Running,
Ail of Pllchiiig ami Finding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale at T (J. THRUMS
Jitft ricelvcd per recent arrivals, an ex.
eellent iisvki ttucnt of tint l.eticr, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio papers for
blank loims, in bhiitk book u or I;. ,l-o
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
oliite linl-lt folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior to animal p.irchmein foi pen
work or pi luting, nnd tough it-, leather
J Stationery and Iltuilcry orders
faltltfully attended to at
T. ii. TIIUIMI'S.
3!t0 lm 100 Fori meet.
Ir. Locke MuM
First Recital at
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Friday Evening, My 21, 1886,
tit 7:ir, o'clock.
Chariot Dlckcna' lleautl fill Story,
".iV CliriNdniiK Carol."
King Robert of Sicily I.ODgfellovv
A Lancashire Story,
A l'crhonul Confession.
TickctH, 50 OuiitH Kucli. 32
Hy nrdir of L. A. Thurston on 1 Mrs.
II. 0 Alexander, inlmluNtratnr and ad
miiiKtrattix of tlie Km Ho of V, II.Aluv
tuidur, deica-ed iiiilug tin b r orderol
sale the riitj rent'' C i in, I will sell nt
public notion, al my bale, loom hi Ho
3IOXDAY, May 2J, 1S8G,
At 12 o'llock noon, all of tlial ccr
tain piopcrtv ktioun as tlie
ttuate in Mnkawio and Kti'n, Jfaul,
consi tng nt the lands of
IvAUAMNHI ro -a n'ng 1V:8 ncrep,
i'ULFIIUMJI maiiki, ont lining 11,
5"i i tii-tc -,
VAPUKO 1 and 2, (oat.tiniug IIStacicK,
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
flic bands ate all in fee simple, nnd
liile i-i perfect.
The Ranch Stock
600 head of Catllo, moro or less,
4,500 head of Shcop, moro or loss,
85 Horses, moro or loss,
A portion of thu land U wooded, sup
plying an abundance of flrcvvnod-
Apoilloitof tlie land not nt pre out
necewiry fur carr,vlni on the ranch Ii
rented out, brinelin; in an aiiiiiril rental
'1 he lands e.teid from Maahtea Bay,
ineliiilluir Ilsltinc; rlht, to the top of
llalcalcilii, and are bounded on one side
hy the Von Tentp-ky and Goodno-s
t. incite, and on the other side by
Bpreckelsville, V II. llailoy's ranch, the
Rast Maui St"ck Company's ranclt
(lliowcr') and Haiku-uka.
The i-oil ig in gtcat part rich and fer
tile, and tint pistnre for stock excellent.
Tin: land nnd stock will be sold as a
whole, being put up nt an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Terms are: .525,000 cash, the balance
to be paid in equal iiistallmentt in 1, 2,
it, -1 und 5 years, secured by tlrst ntort
g.tgc upon the prnuices sold, and Int.
prnvements hereafter placed thereon.
Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, iter
annum, frco of taxes payable Hcmi-an-muilly.
Principal anil interest payable
in United States gold coin. Deeds at
expense of puirltaser.
J. IjYONS, Auct'r.
3P Maps of the land can be seen,
in ful particulars obtainid at the
oil ce of L. A. THUHSTON, !19 Mer.
ch.i..it ,eet. 32t
Hv ordiror Mi. I . C in well, I will
te I, at public auction,
On MONDAY, May 24th,
A i 12 o'clock, i ooi), for ni count of Si -tale
ol lleniv Coinwi-ll, i eceiised, tlinj
certain lr. of laud loiov n 1'UI.K
HUNl'l MAKAl. iitljolnlnu I'ubhiiiiui
MaiiKit, lielonulnj: In thu Hiile.ikala
It.tnch, o tile of ('. il. AU.Mtnder, tie.
eeiifed. 'Iliih p'opeity 1 boundid on
ito w i.st by tin Htwallini Coinineridul
(oinpiiij'x cane jb-ltl, and cxtetidltig
Iriim lite Witiliiku i'oiiiiiiimiio Maalnea
lay, loiilalnlliK over I, f 00 acres ot the
llnest i-UKiii anil grtzltiK hinds on the
lilimd nl Maui. On tlie side adjoining
the cane (bids a nuw wire fence has re
eenilv hi en built.
TliR.MS OF SAM: One third cash;
Imlancu til II itiul Vi months, at 8 percent.
A ntiip ol tho propetty call ho seen at
J. IjYONS, Auctioneer.
AMVinn.N'D of Four UftlhiM per
Hutu-on lltuMtoikof the I'rlnce
villi) Pltinliitloii U due and pa) able to
ihc mocl.lmldursi at the nfflou of O.
lltuwerA (J. 1', ('..lONKS.
Tiooiiuor l'linecvllle l'lain. Co.
Upuolulu, May 10, 1660, 81 4t
cuVa a Bon nh
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
Great Success, Enthusiastic Reception,
OF Til 12
Great, Famous and Only
'jJfWyStWk mkMwWBEB? Jma&SZ.
HLoiise Oi'owdiecl to tlie Roof.
Second Performance Saturday Afternoon and Evening.
New Goods, Just Received?
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Ag.tto Ware, House FiirnMiiliu' GoiwU, Kddv fi .lewetfx lb filcern.
tors, Witter Ultcis mid Coolers, Ice ( ltets Wblle .Moiintitiu lei Cri. in Fni-7Ct8,
new pattern, l'tiy 1. twit Mowers, Dooi Mu s, Giiiiltn itiu'i I'mial lln.ioni, Aie,
Hoe, I'ick and lAuk Haudlea,
Socket and Plantors' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut down Muskets, Powder, Mint an I C i s,
Poiieo vvir0 ml M,li M intlii and S1 Rijip,
The latest novelties in Limp good" the v ry 11 i nnd -te -iiil gi id- Kent ni Oils
Berry Uros Furniture Variiish. l'or Mile :i lotust nvirUit tales by
Blacksmith "Woric ;
79 &' 81 Kim Street,
JEnri'JiiK.'fN lVom ICiiifr
Every dcsciiption o" work in the above lliif peifoimed in h llr-t clns ntnnncr.
Also, Horse Shooing a Specialty.
2T Hell Telephone, ll!7 -fea
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
The Flour vvearoat present supplying 1-t far superior to any previously offered,
anil can be nt.tde into
EfAN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES,
at leH expense than any other farinaceous prcpiiatioiu.
Highly recommended by physicians as an invaluable diet for person' ufli-r.
ing front ilbordcrid stomach or bowels, as well as a nutritious food for thu healthy.
JJ'oi Sale y till Grocers.
D1RKCTIONS FOR MAKING FOI. Take tho dcilrcd amoutil of llmtrand
mix very l hln vvll it cold watT, belny u e thcru arc no liiuip-i. Conllne iliN in u
bug or cloth and place in a keltic of boiling water, and let it contliiin- to boil !'$
to 'i hours, according to quantity mid, care being taken to rTmcti pl-ce of per.
foiatcd tin at the bottom of the Ueltle o as to ptevcul the cloth hum burning.
When done (while warm) stir with n clout spoon, adding a llttlu water tinill lite
whole U well iul.cil. Let t is sta'td from live to lixhourd. I'hen mid witerlit
hinnll quantities, mixing thoroughly nnd kneading until the desired cousi-ii ney In
obtained. Owing to its purity it takes from thiee to four day to beei tut- nciii or
tour. pit :;iu
CHAS. HUSTAGS, GROCER
King Stroot, : : : :
IVevp 5rootlw, .ITitst XSocoiA"oI,
ICopR Family Reef, kegs and half liblp. He Fori.; KuMcrn lllork C dll-h; Smnk(d
Hullbul; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; irmokid llnf; 11 tie Chlenn; I upi-e
1 1 mm and llncoit; hiituinn Aluplo tiyrup; Cnla M.ii Drips, Fn-h N-n O linns
Molasses; Jams; .Jellies; Honey, in glass und tins; Xo. 1 Hour; Wlti-ul; Mild
Cheese; Uetnten, ami it
Geucral Assortment of Staple anil Fancy Groceries.
All orderN receive iitrcf til attention itiul piompi dillviry.
1 O. IJox iSTM. Telcpliimo 1 1 1.
P 0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
(Iroiil Burlington Hallio til Agent
HOUSF. and I'tenii-es lately oecupiod
by W. O. Feitcook, on llurctauhi
street. "lnci.lon given itninedhilely.
For p.uliculaib, apply to
2d Uvv JOHN COLDUHN.
fiEi Carriage Building,
und "lfi!luint Sk.
KT Hell Telepbnne. 1(17. "a
& TARO CO..
Between Tort and Alakca Streets.
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1 (onoliilu, II. I.
Custom Htte liiokcr,
M-miy lln lu-r,
M nutter II tdl in '; e- Jlloil'o,
Vlp,tintl Lift luMU.tnui; Aneiit.
AIOV to tttteuU flaidv'n work, clran
Uorse ami IUukJ'. nnd driw a
little. A good, home m ed. nno $10 a
uiitnih. Apph, t JE', ISLMAX,
t)U Qeu'l Uusluvtis Atut.
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