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21, of Session Laws of IN81, was
lead a third time, uiul pi.qscl,
Tne hill iclailuo, lo tlif kindllnjr
of II ids in Honolulu uih icittl a
second time In tillu.
Itcp. (,'us.le moved it bo referred
to the Couitniuco mi Fnt Limits.
Tin- hill to amend sees. IG, 10 ,
18 iiml 2'6, laws ot 18:', iclatlny Id
the sale of .-iiiltiii'iw liqiiui'-x, Ititrn
duced on tbo 7tu by Hip. H ohard
bon, mid on which u ji-luct com
mittee hud reported a nuw bill on
thu 17tli, was now taken up for the
iMIiiislcr jS'uuuiuiiii moved the hill
pass to engrossment.
Hep. Castle moved it lie referred
to Committee of the Whole House,
on Tuesday next. Carried.
The bill to prevent obstruction of
the streets of Honolulu, Lahaina,
Wailuku, iCahului and Illlo. He
furred to Committee on Fire Limits.
Hep. Hiclutrdson moved the house
adjourn lo 10 o'clock a. m., Tues
MONDAY MAY 21, 18SG.
51 ay 2J
Stimulus Makee from Kauai
Sehr Kawallniit from Koolau
Stmr Wulniaiialn from Wnhnaiialo
Stmr Klntai from Windward Forts
Stmr Iwalaul from Kauai
StinrLchtta from Windward Ports
Stmr Howsctt from I'aia
Sehr Kulamaim from Hawaii
Selir Luka fiom Koholalelo
Sehr Sarah it l-'liza from Koolau
Sehr Hob Hoy from Koohtu
Sehr Llholllio from Walinc'i
Sehr Lenhl from Kohnla
Sehr Hnlcakala from I'epeekeo
Bgtne Nellie M Sliule for San Franelseo
Suar LIkcllkc for Kiiliului
Stmr Dowrutt for Pal a
Sehr Kiniiia for K.iual
Sehr Wsillelo lor Mallko
Sehr Mantiokuwal for Koo'au
vksselsleavTkc "i o-wonr.ow.
Sehr Lnka for Kohnlalclc
SehrSanih & Kll7.it lor Koolau
Sehr Hob Hoy lor Koolau
Sehr Kainbow for Kunlau
BUtnu Mary Wlnkulnian for San Fran
cisco Stmr Klnau for Windward Porls
Stmr lualaui for Kauai
Stmr J as Makee fur Wahinae and Kapaa
Sehr Kawallani for Koolau
Sehr Kulamaim lor Hawaii
VESSELS irl PORT.
Hk Star of Dev. n, Mnek- ts
Uutuc Morning Siar. Turner
Hktne Nellie .w bl ulu. uotud
iilctne Geo U Pel kin-:, Ackcrin.iii
Hktiif Mary Whikehiian, Haokus
Slii Kate Davenport, llou and
Ship Mellaril HI
From Wlndwatd Porls, per stmr
Kinau, May 23 Judnc K Pre-lnn, W A
Whiting. (J W Ashford. W 11 llnUt ad,
W A Kintiey, F W Fehlbehr, Mrs Geo
H.itipp, JX Holdusoii. J M Litigate. 1.1
Chung, K Kekna. wife .uid '1 cliildicu,
S P Kaaia. wife and daughter, ( lilng
Chuck, G Garland. . S (,'aiinrlo, W 1,
3laeiiilllan. II A Craft. II H Grane, .J
II White. .1 bliipplebcen, J It S Kyn
nerslcv, Mi Emily Wilder, C L Wight,
II P Baldwin, W Y Horner, Aawnl,
Mis llakauwlla and ehild, J B .tones
and wile. A Makee and wife, .Mrs J
Makcc. M I) Monarrat, wife, ehlid and
wrvaut and 101 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalaul. May
23 Col. I S Spalding Captain P Bolini,
wife, 4 ehildien and nuro, C Fllugcr.
A Dreler, Mrs S Johnson, Mis X
Brown, V Knudsen, Dr G Martin, Ur C
A Sheldon, Miss Makee, V Dnuuchaicii,
M Velterson. II C Mviire, II K Ellesou,
II Mcintosh, Mr Williams, Miss Molllo
Bush, 4 Ilawaliaus, a Chinese, and (iO
From Hamakua, per stmr CH BUhop,
3Iav 22 W II Ulekard and wife, Mrs H
31 Overend, M Overead, and 10 duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Hawaiian! 1)00 hags of rice and 4
Stmr Klnau 1.707 bag-, of sugar, 2
horses, 7 hales wool, 10 bills goat
skin, 10 bdU go it meal, 47 hides, lo0
Stmr Lehiia 11,000 bags sugar and 29
Stair C It BMiop II C.'O hags of sugar,
btmr .las Makee 2,f.0tl bags of sugar.
Stmr Iwalaul :t,021) lings of sugar, 10
. calves and 238 paddy.
This day, by the Hev. H. C. Oggel, at
his residence, Xuiiauu Valley, George
Howe, infant son of Mr. and Mis.
At the Queen's Hospital In this city,
May 2i!!'d, .lame.-, A. Biudlck, aged 70
years, it mouths and 2.') days. A native
of Newport, lthode Maud. Newport,
New Bedford, and Nantucket papem
Autists' Materials, riuiucj., Panelc,
Stretchej'e., Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art stoic. 331 1)1.
Vunso.VH wanting to ring up
Wilder's S. S. Company, will ling up
42S) instead of 13 as forinoily; The
call for Wilder it Co. rouutfjiH No. 13
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play the full wuig piograiumu at tin,
Hotel this eveuiiu, at 7:30 o'clock:
I TAUT I.
March Hule 111 ltiaiil i Oodf i y
Ovei lure Festival l.euliier
Selection Old KnglNli nilties..Mnaiieu
Galoji Queen Victoria llecker
Aloha Oe I Aloha Oe!
Selection Hi mhilu Sakobowskl
WalixMy Queen .. Coote
Medley Nailun.il Fmituflu Kappey
God faavo the Queeu. lluwull Ponul.
..... .i. i..'. i
LOCAL-A CEMEHAL KtWS.
The repoit of tlie G. A. H. memo
rial smiee i oinwdeil out.
an imi tirtiint
P. Adams t Co. hold
land Mile at noon to-
Mil. Hubert Grieve has sold out lii.4
inteicht in the Hawaiian Gai'.elte Co.
to Hon. II. M. Whitney.
Tin: (1. A. H. have secured the fiee
uto of the Y. M. C. A. Hull for their
eiiterluinment on Saturday, the 2Uth
His Majesty is said to contemplate
holding an encampment of all the
vohuiti-er military companies at an
Tiikui: is to be a sale of woik next
Thuifday afternoon in the Y. M. C.
A. Hall by the juvenile missionary
hoeioty, "T'ho Helping Hand."
Qui:i:; street near Fort was enliven
ed by a ltinaway express-wagon this
afternoon. 'J'ho vehicle stopped
against a dray near thi ollieo while
the hoie went on.
In'stkl'ctio.vs for preparing and
cooking tnro (lour are given at 125
Fort street, three doors above the
shooting gallery, from 9 to 11 A. M.
and fiom 7 to i) l M.
On account of the expensiveness of
the intended encampment of the
Honolulu Hides ami because of the
absence of the requisite funds, the
all'air lias been indefinitely postponed.
A co.MMirnn: fiom the Grand Army
of the Hepublie is circulating a peti
tion, asking the merchants to give
their clerks a half holiday on Satur
day, the 2S)th inst., in older that they
may turn out with the military com
panies on that occasion.
Mil. James A. liuidick, aged 70
years, died at the Queen's Hospital
yesterday. Tlio deceased was a na
tive of Xcwpoit, Khode Island, but
had resided here for 38 years, and for
many years untried on an extensive
cooperage. He was well known and
liked for his liberality and kindness.
The funeral takes place this after
noon. It whs staid business men whom
our reporter facetiously denominated
as" sports," when describing the party
that drove out to the baseball grounds
on Saturday, in a wagonette setting
foith the virtues of tuio Hour, lie
now withdraws the term under the
gen'le persuasion of those who did
not like It. Sport has no nihility with
the silling of pui stock, however much
it may have with the eating theicof at
Tun New Yoik "Hei.ild" says of
Mr. Locku Kichaidson's recital of
Sheridan's Comedy of "The Hivals,"
in that city: "Discarding book or
inaniiK'ript, the lender leudeied the
etsontial part of the text from mem
ory, with appropriate variation of
voice and gestuie, and by hi (inished
elocution and genuine dramatic in
stinct repeatedly gained the plaudits
of a house crowded to its utmost
capacity." " The Hivals " will bo the
subject, this evening, at the Y. M. C.
THE VIRTUE OF APPEAL
Mr. Kekoa, representative
P.iiiii, was l'ltunil guilty by the jury
at llilo, ofgiots detelietion of duty
as tux collector, hut he took a fur
ther appeal. The sentence forfeits
for him his civil lights, but he will
piohnbly hold his seat in the Legis
latuie this session on the strength of
THE WIZARD OF THE NORTH.
Professor Anderson's Saturday
performances were given to full
houses. The matinee was attended
by a large company of ladies and
children. At the evening show there
was not an available seat unoccu
pied. The Professor maintained
the lcputatioii acquired by his first
appearance, and kept the largo
company in a condition of alternate
intent watching and cheering. The
next performance will be given to
morrow, Tuesday, night, at the
usual hour. Tickets can he pro
cured at Mr. Wiseman's olllce.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
Queen Victoria's birthday is cele
brated by band music at Major
Wodelioiise, the British Commis
sioner's, during the day, and at the
Hotel this evening. Mr. Lyons dis
plays his patriotism by Hying the
niieteorllag, that braved a thousand
years the battle and the Ineeze,
along witli ins signal for the great
land sale held by him to-day. Other
"men of hearts of oak," make
similar token of loyalty to the most
illustiious ruler that ever snt on
England's tin one. Somu aro taking
advantage of the races at tho Park,
lo keep high holiday, tlod Save
The sale of propel ty in the auc
tion moms of Mr. J. Lyons tills
noon was well nltended by capitn
iibts. Hi-. Majesty accompanied by
Ills Chiiuibeilniii was there. The
sale of Ilalenkiila Hanch, situated at
Makawao, Maui, containing about
32,071 acres of land, about 000
head of entile, 'l.oOO sheep and 85
horses, was the first in order, and
was sold to Mr. K. H. Bailey for
50,000, (lie upset price. Tho I'u'e
liuuui, nuiiika pif-peily. consisting
of 1,50.) acres .. hind, belonuiiig to
the citato of Ileiu.v CornwiJI, de
co:iM'd, was next offeied. '1 lie np-et
price was SI.UUO, and after some
lively bidding lion. ,S. M. Damon
became the purchaser for S2lf0.
The sale of lease of the premises
'hunted luck of the Chiuise Y. M.
C. A. f' Mowed, and was sold to Mr.
L. A. 'JL'lHirstuw for,S500,
Mr. Kraft, Jr., who relumed from
tlie Volcum .eetenlny, -ays t tie pre
sent state of the ei ater possessis
many wonders and is worth seeing.
No lire can In1 seen in Ilaleiiiatiuiau,
but in the cracks near the pit it
shows within a few inches of the
siirlace. The smoke and steam
ascending fiom the crater is con
siderable and the place is becoming
No lresh lava has as yet been
seen. The pit of Halemnuinati can
he appioached, but not without
great com age and considerable dan
ger. The second pit catinoi be
setn. The Little Beggar can he
entered and a peculiar white and
bitter substance is found there.
While Mr. Kraft was at the Volcano
incessant rains came down which in
creased the steam and smoke and
darkened the scene. There is no
rumbling sound heard only when
stones are rolled into tlie crater.
Sticks or any inflnmtiinblc substance
can be ignited in tlie cracks. Even
the old lava beds arc hot, and Mr.
Kiaft says there are many indica
tions of increasing lire.
Probably the interest in last
Saturday's baseball match, between
the Honolulu and Hawaii clubs,
was at a high pilch than usuu,
owing to tlie victory gained by the
Hawaii over tlie Benedict on tlie
previous Saturday. There was, at
all events, n much larger attendance
than on the previous hatuiday. The
Honolulu team was as follows:
Wodehotise, Baldwin, Whitney, Oat,
Thurston, Moore, Maikham, Fisher
and Castle; the Hawaii: Frciden
hcrg, Daniel, Desha, Auld, Moe
honiia, Kaia, David, Meek, Crabbe.
The latter club went to bat first, but
was wiped out in two minutes and n
half Freidenberg at 1st base, Daniel
on a fly, and Desha at 1st base.
Honolulu at the outset was threat
ened witli similar speedy extinction,
Wodehotise being put out on a II.
Baldwin, however, scored, but Whit
ney, tlie third at bat, went out on a
liy. He was followed by Oat, who
made a. nut on a 1st base hit.
Thurston made a 2 baseband Moore
a 1st, but these weie left on 3nl
and 2nd respectively by Markliain
going out at 1st. Time 7 miuiitts.
Auld went in first for Hawaii's
second inning and went out on
strikes, followed by Moehonua and
Kaia at 1st base each. Tunc, o
minutes. Honolulu's second inning
was opened by Fisher going out on
stiikes. Casile made a 1st base,
but was lelt on third by Wodelioiise
and Baldwin following each othei
out-at 1st. Time, 3 minutes. David
went out at 1st in Hawaii's third lu
lling, Meek at 2nd, and Crabbe at
1st. Time. t4 minutes. Whitney,
in Honolulu's third, went out at 1st,
Oat made 1st and stole second,
wheie he was left by I'liurston going
out on a liy and Moure at 3id.
Time, 2 minutes. Hawaii began
the fourth as inauspicioii-ly as ever,
Freidenberg going out at 1-t, and
Daniel on a ll,. Desha, however,
made his first, and on a biilliaut 3
baser by Auld came home. Moe
honua made 1st, bringing Auld
home, and came home himself on a
2 base hit by Kaia, who was left out
in the cold by David going out at
1st. This put them 1 ahead, witli
an inning due the Honolulu. Time,
7 minutes. Markliain opened the
fourth inning for Honolulu, and
lived to close it, by being caught
out on his second trick at tlie bat.
He and Fisher scored, then Castle
went out on strikes. Wodelioiise,
Baldwin (2 base hit) and Whitney
scored, and Oat was put out.
Thurston scored the sixth inn, and
Moore was left on base by Markliain
being caught out on a liy. Time,
10 minutes. Meek, beginning Ha
waii's fifth inning, took 1st base on
called balls, stole 2nd, and came
home on a 2 baser by Freidenberg,
Crabbe going out on a liy between
them. Daniel went out on a liy.
Desha made 1st, Freidenberg com
iug home, and himself came home
on a 2 baser by Auld, who was lelt
on 3rd by Moehonua going out on
a liy. Time, 7 minutes. Honolulu
began by getting Fisher and Castlu
out at 2nd, but nevertheless added
four to the score by Wodelioiise,
Baldwin, Whitney and Oat. Thurs
ton wound up by going out at 3rd.
Time, 8 minutes. Kaia, in Hawaii's
sixth, took ajfatal risk after stealing
2nd, and fell at 3rd, David following
his example, and Meek going out in a
desperate effoit to get home, leaving
Crabbe on 2nd base and Ficidenberg
at the bat. Time, 11 minutes.
Moore began Honolulu's sixth in
ning by making 1st base, and
ultimately home. Markliain went
out in tniug to achieve 2nd, and
Fisher did likewise. Castle scoied
on a 1st base hit, but Wodelioiise
and Baldwin were left on 3rd and
2nd biiiies by Whitney's extinction,
two runs being added to w club's
majoilty. Time, 3 J minutes, Ha
waii began its seventh inning with
the immolation of Crabbe at 1st
base, followed in quick succession
by u like fate for Freidenberg and
Daniel. Time, 2A minutes, Hono
lulu got tit for lift this Inning, by
Oat and Thurston being struck down
al 1st base, and Mo.uo going out,
like a Knight ol Labor, on his inlid
strike, lime, 1 tiiiuuUs. Desha
nmilu 1st base on c'.'Hed balls, as a
starter for Hawaii's eighth Innn'JJ,
ami Auld followed wjil) a Micecs-fii)
hit, but the former sacrificed himself
at 2'(L and the latl.-r at 3id basu.
Moehouu.i ipude L', and stole 2i)d,
and Kaia made 1st, but both weie
badly loll thuio by David going out
on three, futile Btilkoa. Time, fU
mluiite.-. Marklmtii set the ball rol
ling an eighth time for Honolulu,
bin fell snuggling bravely fur tho
2nd base. Fisher uid Castle scoied,
the later on a 2 -lm.se hit, also Wode
lioiise. Baldwin mid Oat went out
on files, leaving Whitney between
them on 1st base. Time, 10 min
utes. Hawaii's ninth inning, and
forlorn hope of making the Honolulu
play the match out to win if, started
with blue indications, Meek being
caught out on a liy, and Crabbe
taken fatally aback nt 1st base.
Freidenberg, however, made a bril
liant 3-base hit, tlie first of tlie
match, followed by Daniel making
1st, both coming home on a tremen
dous hit by Desha, who himself
came home on the same dashing
stroke. This magnificent scoring of
three at n time caused great enthus
iasm among the spectators, particu
larly those who sympathized with
the losing side. Unfortunately,
however, Auld was dropped at 1st
base, ending tlie game, as the Hono
lulu had 18 lo 9, with mi inning to
spare. Charles Wilder was umpire,
and there was not a murmur at his
decisions. Mr. II. S. Davidson kept
the score with his usual exactness.
Wanted to Lot,
NICELY FUHNISIIHD HOOMS,
one of which l a handsome lareu
float room, lo lie va ant on the fitli of
next month Muv be second hv callini'
uiirlv at MltS. MeCONNKLL'S,
ltd tf Garden Lane.
QUONG YUEN YOHIC KHK of Ho.
iiolulu, Oahu, having made an
as-igiunein oi an uieir properly, etc., to
the undersigned for the bcnctli of their
creditor, notice is hereby given to all
persons lo preent their claims against
the said Quong Yuen York Kcc within
otic month from date to M. Loulsson, at
the office of M. S. Grinbnum & Co.,
Honolulu, mid nil persons indebted to
said Quong Yuen York Kee are hereby
icqucsted to make immediate pavment
to the undersigned. M LOUIdSON,
Assignee of Quong Yuen York Kee.
Honolulu, May 21, 1680. 116 lw
I 776--J U L Y 4th-1 886
AT CASTLl! !t COOK FAS.
A lurge nud sphudid
Assortment of Fireworks
at hand from New York direct, al
pro e- lo suit the iiim. lni
T a special meeting of the Hawaiian
Canl.igi Miimriiciuilu Co. held
this diy, i: (i. Si HUMAN was elected
Secretaiy nud Tiensurer In place of
Thos. S. Douglas lesigned.
H. O SCHUMAN,
Sec'iy IIiiw,ii C.ir hue Manf'g Co.
Honolulu, Ma :ird. 188ii :t IK
HOUE and I'iciiii-es laMy occupied
by W. ('. Peacock, on Uereluiiiii
treet. P.i-'e-sioa given Immediately .
for p.iitlciilurs, apply lo
s Sw- ,1'iiiy COL'U t'.
KIM YKN&CO., of II nnlubi, luiv
big mini mi us-dimim ut lo me of
ill Ids piepcny for the benefit of hi
ciedi'ors, noiicu Is heieby given lo all
persons to present their ehilnis agiiiii-l
the Kuld Kim Yen & Co. within oin
month from date to the unduisij'iied, nl
Hie olllce i.f M. Phillips & On., and nil
persons imlolitcd lo said Klin Yen &
Co. arnliuiehy requested lo make lni.
mediate payment lo me.
Assignee of Kim Yen it Co.
Honolulu, May ID. lSs(i. :n ill
Mr. Locke MM
SKCOXI) IlKCITAI. AT -
Y. 1SX. O. .A.. Hall
.Holiday Kvc'g, .Hay iMtli,
At 8 0'rloek.
Sheridan's Brilliant Comedy of
Tickets, f.O cents each.
SliriCI'IE' COIJKT of the Ha
wiiiian Mniuls. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of CHIN BUN. He
lore Chief Justice Judd.
Chin siiii, doing business la Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, hnvinc; this day
been adjudicated bankrupt on tin; pell,
lion of I. on Hon, it is ordered Unit all
credltoisof said liaukiupi come In and
prove their claims lefore me, at iny
Uuunhcis, In Honolulu, on
Wednesday, May 20, 188G,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
It is further oideiel Unit, upon said
day, the eiulltoi proceid to hull
thu ELECTION' of an assignee or it-,
signees ol said b.iuk upt e-tule. nud thai
llotieis heieof lie published in the
D'H.v III i.i.i.TiN thiee limes previous lo
Dalid Honolulu, .May 21, iSSfl.
A. V. .11 ll,
Oil ii f .liistire Supieme Cmut.
Attest: Hn.MiY Smith,
Depuiy Clerk. iWi 111
n AVI NO 'cell nppollllPil by tlmSu.
preinc Court ihe L'll'irdlim nf the
peron and i'MMi of .IOIIN HOPE L'
found liy l In O'Ull '" be inenpihle of
ink hi!; i'ii re of iiiiii'e'f, nil pi r-ons an
lieiibj warnid 'leiiiusl having nnj ileal.
bgs uili ihe suld .John tf oli I In. nud nil
,n 'li's having nil) cl.ilm-ucidnst him
are In roby imiifUl lo pio-ei.i Hi- in
to . I. Hvinan. anil all pun in-on ing the
mid .lohii Hdiello are lequ slid lo
.i-H i'ii .yuan;
Honolulu, A,ilUU,l6jtJ. BUlm
n aiiu.y, .i i x. i. Apn'vto
O MnS. A. M. M'E Lis.
)i ill I -1 Foil -Ireel.
A! OY In tiiu-ii Giid n work, clcun
llor.-e and Huy, nud dilve n
little. A good Imiiik- . tlit'i-il. hum $10 a
iiionih. Applet. ,1 K. w I.S EM AN,
"It G ll'l nil-lilies Ali' III.
KulglitH nlTylhiuM Notice.
ON iititl n I lei Hit- d le Ihe eu'id.r
meeiing of MjkIIu L,"ilgM No. a,
K of I'.. wlb lie hi hi on WEDNESDAY
EVENING of each week, m 70
o'clock. l'LH UHDHH.
JUu Hi, lS'-O. ;,.. w
A .lywir-old "Venture"
Li M', well i.iolieii to
Iiiiiiic-, 1 kind mid
-yry uentlu mil n inst Ira.
mr. enquire nl .-,0.
IT Eiiiina slieil, 1 111
) Iwj I lilS nlTI' H
J HKHEUY lesnecl fully notlfv in)
1. trie, di nnd the pillule In general,
that I have removed my binine-s lo ihu
Hawaiinii Cirnngc Mamifiietiiiiiig Co,
where lean he louiid to attend 10 mj
cii"loiner in Usual, boltcltiui a coii.
tlnuaneu ot Iheir patronage, and thatik
iug thu public for p.i-t f.ivors.
I am, iii04t slnceielv louts.
E G. SCHUMAN.
Honolulu, April Sil. lSMii. :ii'j I in
The White House,
No. US Niiiuuiu siuei,
Xicc'Iy FiirnJsIiiMl Koonis,
with 01 wlliieiil hoanl.
My MHS. JOS. VlEllltA.
Lanfl in Mm Valley
For .Sale u(. AiiuLiun.
On TUESDAY, May 25lh,
At 12 o'clock noon, nt our Salesroom,
Queen street, we will-ell at Fuhllc Auc
Hon. nil that Tract ol Liud kiioun as
Hi of Kahapaakai,
Sitiinted In Nmianii Viilley, !l miles
f 0111 King treit, oni:iiiiin- LM "8.KHI
Acc4 TnK liitid Iron s on i'h- Nuuiiin.
in V iliiuelit Idmd, nnd l well feuied.
I'licie aiu on the la.nl a
Chicken Hon-e, &r.
A strLnin of fri-h 1 er runs thioudi
ihu pliicc. Tli.s iff, rs it desirable
cliiinc-- lor I. Vorlim ut. Title pel reel;
t ci ins at mi'c.
E. 1. ADA 31 S & CO.,
1 Second-hand Billiard Table,
sizcAxlO, iiiiiMifncliired by I' Lie.
senfelil. . F., cii-hion nic qnkk
and It is In -oml ,der. 1 have also
M New liilllurtl CIoIIik,
which will lit a large tiiblc. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billinnl BallB, 2 3.8, new.
Mini C .1. McCAKTHY.
Craigside to be Let.
'pill: i-bovi! Itii-idenci: of Mr. Then.
I II. Divie-, coiupiNiiiK -I'ii acie
of laud, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will h lit separately or together.
1ST Very liberal terms will he oiler,
ed to good if mints. Apply to
33 tail THEO. II. DA VI KM CO.
WOLFE & CO.
ANYONE who Is willing to elve any
iitslstnnce to thoio vlio suiVend by
tlie lire of the 18th iln, of April, IS8U, is
heieby eoiillnlly ii viied 10 send his
iloiruloii lo Ihe II m S. I. D.imon,
Treiisiiiiir, am! noulv V. C Acbi tho
SuTiiiin, 'or lU'tb-e in ii,.,. spacers
II i Ii. I I IlJ.iKAl AM, l'res..
II W'T H -1--K, 1-stj, Vicel'res.
HON -. o nVMOSrieiHiuer,
W A1 '1 1 1 Seere .i.
1 N .IX . ' KAL'LUKOU,
HON I '. KKL
i.K T 1' rtl ..M .H. :il7 If
Base Ball Books, &c.
Ilnse Hnl' G .1
l'hi iio: H ill'.
n- to 1-8H,
o the Niiilmnl I.eaiiiie,
Ail ot iiiiinguid Itiuc Humihig,
Alt or I'lH'hliigtiiiil Fleldiuj.',
BATS AfD BALLS,
For sale al T fl. THHUM'S.
11 1 1.1; 3riiioi,N5,
.T 1 1 s. 1 received per recent arrlvnK, 1111 ex.
eellent u"it.iieni of ilm Letur, Cap,
Delliv, Me til III mill l''n lo lupelh for
Maul, loi'iii", ill bl 11. k look fork Vl-O
1 rt'ieil n l.ii'im nud M ileus Waul'ti
id ile IIiiIkIi folio. A'i-o,
Ja'nnMO Vcfjotablo Pnrclunent,
superior 10 iiiiiui.ii 1 ilicliineni for pen
wick or pHil liir, mill louuh n leullier
f.kf" Sin ioiifiy nnd Uindury oiders
f lllllflllly illlembd t l
v. ii. 'nan Burs,
u3J lm lOUFutibiiucU
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
LAHGE AND ENTiHJslASI 10 AUiHENCHs GHrEr
The &reat Wizard of the Worth.
His marvellous feats will be supplemented on
Tuesday Evening. May 23 1 lis
By an amusing Sketch, entitled,
Scrivens in Two Pieces !
During this Act the head of Scrivens i cut Ml" anil he wilUs nwiiv wnh his
held under his arm. Oct yiurenisa once 10 Wiseman';.
Hopu'bi pi Ices.
Sew Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knol:s, Padlocks,
A fi II lire of Airnte Ware. II niu F irnNhiiur 'io I-. H I lis A, .leweii's 11 friacrH.
I tor, Wilier Kilters and ("iiolc Iec ' hets, W .'ie Til (unit 1111 le. C enn Fieecrs,
' ew piittern, l.ay I.mwii Movncis, IJi 01 Muis, G tii'.cn ntnl 1 iinul iinnorts, Axe,
Hoc, l'iik ami Fmk Hniiilies,
Socket and Planters' Hoea, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, 1'ow I -r, .sieit anil C mw,
Fju.'u vVimj ,n,i t'i.,e. M "ill nnd si-'l H i;ie,
The lntct novelties in I, mm g mils iiie ry II t 11 1 eo ei I 1 1 r en a Oils
Berry Hio F.iriiiluriVu. i.lsli. F01 - ,le ic In si our' t inc bv
Tlie Pacfflc Hardware Curt. Limitefl,
Blaeksinith Work; ,Vl &. Carriage IJ u ii tliiijr-
Pniiitiiisr and lS' Tiinjmin,
79&81KiniSteI, - - Qlfl Ross PremlSBs,
J3n( i-uiki:k IV0111 ICliifr and Merolitin! rK.
Kvery description of work in tlie iiliotc Unit, peifonued in u ilr-t eins milliner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
t?r Bell Teh iihone, 107 -jsa (il 7I,) r.. h, 1 ,.,.,,,,. (r tf5a
Poi, Mush, Hot Cakes, Muffins, etc.
Tho Flour wc are at present supplying is far superior to any pievlmisly oflsred,
and can he made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER 0E PALATABLE DISHES
at Ios 0x1 cine than any other farinaceous prcp.1r.1t inn.
Highly recommended by phjlchin- ini an limibinlilc diet for i.ur.mi u(ler.
ing from (Unordered fciouuich or bowels, as well as u nnirltiouM food I .r the liunlthy.
loi Sale lv a.11 Grocors.
DIHECTIONS FOH MA KINO POI Take the desired amount of llmirfind
mix veiy thin with cold wat"r, being Hire there are no lumps. 'online this in a
biih' or cloth nud place in a kuttlu of boll in t; water, and let !i coi tmue 10 boll 1 14
to U liours, iiccording to quantity used, care being taken to pin. e 11 pb en of per.
forated tin at the bottom of thu 'kettle so as to prevent the cimb tioin liiiriib'K.
When done (while warm) stir with a stout spoon, itdiiinj; a little wiito moil tbo
whole U well mixed. Let 1 1 is stand from live to t-lx hour?. ' be 1 old woet In
mniill (pmntiticii, iu!.lug thoroughly anil kneading until ibu d 1 1 i 1 u i is
obtained. Owing to lu purity (l takes from thiee to four dny ! I e . air ueld or
Hiiir. :. aiu
GHAS. HDSTACE, GROGIR,
King Street, : : : : Belwecn Tori and Alekea Streets.
Kegf Family Kief; Uru and hull bbli-. 1Mb I'oiI.; Hi-'irn ' lo k C .bib; .Sniokid
li'ililml; On T"iune.; Lunch Tolijfi.i; Mnnkul Hut, It 11 C"b 111: I upeu
1 1 1 111 n in I I m on; ' ei nine M ifle ti 111 ;C4n Mo I) i,., I1.I1 v U b au.s
MobiM-cs; Ji'i't-; .Lilies; Hone), in glas and lint', No. I 1 loi 1 ; Wlnni, ihlil
Caee e; Oeitnea, nud a
General Assoiineiit of Staple ami Fancy Groceries.
All nieeri, leeeiveiiireful atlciillon mid loilipl di ihery.
I". O. IIox :ir. 'LVIfim' 1 1!.
P0. BOX 315. hTAHLIdlKDJislll. Tolcplionc 172.
General Business Agent.
Cimi)lii?ll 1 !- U,
Henl Est Ho A'.'cni, (.'nori 11 .11-. It 0U1 r,
l'uiiloMin-iii Aieni, M"iy Ur U 1,
W 'if'Seini 1 lp A 'iMit, M 11111 jci II H in '! . lion 0
llieiil Fuilinjioii Hull 0 ' iVjeni" Kre,"i'l.f I ri A j!i".
luAuiciM, t Wi)i)
rai wnemin' xrmT-m
& TARO CO.
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