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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1HH0.
Rktno Ella from San Franctsco
Stmr W O Hall from Maul null Ilaunll
Sohr llaletik lit liom Pepeukeo
Schr l.lliullho for Hawaii
Ship Kate Davciipiitt for 8 R
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Hale.ikaU for Fepe kco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Stnr of Devdn.'-Mookets
Bktno Morning Star, Turner '
Ship Kuto Davenport, Hovvlaud
Ship Rlclmrtim '
Bktno Amelia, Ncwhall
Ilk C I) Kinney
Bktno W II Dlmond, Luco
Bktno Discociy, Meyer
Bill liarn Lady Lampson, MarUon
Tern J U Ford
From Hawaii mid Maul, per (reamer
W G Hull, June lHlli l' U Jones and
wife, t apt L Manhunt, Mis Wide-field,
.Miss A Wldellcld, Mis L Kainnknit, Dr
B O linker, wife and child, Mrs A
MeliHens and clilld, Miss ICcpoliuul and
72 dock. j
Stmr Hull 0,401 bags of sugar and
Tiio bktue Ella in command of Capt
B C Rust, arilvt'd lust evening 12 dajs
from San Franchco with u general
Wednesday, ldh, Mabel June, aged 1
year 14 day, clilld of T. W. aud
The cup vvna bitter, tiio sting severe,
To patx with a child o loved to dear;
The trial's hind, we'll uotcnmnljm,
But tiust in Clnlst to meet again.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A good time is promised at tiio
Yosemito rink to-night.
Vkky litllo is eaitl about celebrat
ing the Fourth of July this year.
J. Lyons offers n lino variety
articles at auction On Saturday.
The sulo of goods fiom tho stock
of Cleghorn & Co. will bu continued
at Adams', to-moirow.
L. J. Levky will have a lot of
goods, ornamental and useful, to
offer to-nio:iow evening.
A good chance to buy land and
fcettlo down will bo given by E. P.
Adams & Co., to-monow.
Intending buildcis will find it to
'their advantage to go to Levey's gale
of building stono tomorrow.
Some Hawaiian foiiiwon Chinese
rico paper, place-el in Kings' nit btoro
by Mr. Claike, uro woitli seeiug.
Dojvbett'b salt house, Queen street
-was Bhifted about 20 feet this after
noon, towards Alakea street.
The Chinese by thu German biuk
Hydra were landed in quarantine
Inst evening, und Rev, Dr. Leckler
The Imrkcntino W. II. Dimond
sails for Sun Fialicisco next Tuesday
at noon. Mis. E. Williams will be a
passenger by hei.
The prisoner Win, Martin who
stabbed his wife a week or so ago,
was brought hero oii tho steamer V.
G. Hull this afternoon.
Four dying bullocks were landed
on the whaif fiom tiio steamer V.
G. Hall this afternoon- Ono had a
broken lioin bleeding profusely.
Captain Howe, lately nuibtor of
the buikoutine Ella, liiis lenmined in
San Francisco and tiio vettel in now
in charge ot Captan E. C. Runt.
It has been proposed that tho
schooner Gen. Seigel ho fitted up and
manned by a eiovv of South Se.i
Islanders for a voyage to tho Nortli
i i mm
WAHUKibiidgo hiiMieecived cove.ul
new planks and is now in good older.
The wooden culveitlhis side of the.
bridge ha& beun lepl.iced Willi a sub
stantial brick one.
People aro again complaininc;
About tlie'trees on Young sLeet. It
is said to bo a nice pluco for 'chicken
thieves, but vejy diMigieenblo for
jroris passing in c.u'iiuges.
r . .
A bhanty at tho dumps built 'of
old boards, matting and cut put by
tiio prisoners ami ttbcd by them as a
elteltor ut noon, caught llro lubt even
ing mid was contideiubly damaged.
YEhTERDAY it was neccstuiy, for
want of lime, to omit thu bpceclies
of Messrs. Castle, Dole and Blown on
thu Kaunapuli election cube, They
will lio found in to-day'H ib&uu on tho
Am. tho coial, bliells, hats, mats,
fighting and lUhiug jackets, spears
and copia that anived by tho
schooner Jcnniu Walker from tho
South Sea Iblands, will be shipped to
In -order tlntt tho memberH may
attend Piof. Richardson's leading to
night, tho Fort-Bticet Cliuich Young
Fooplu'a,, Society will meet promptly
at seven" o'clock, inbtead of half-past
Bovcn. Subject, "Thu Power that
Keeps from Evil," to he opened by
The Hawaiian Ilotel'if floliiiehing.
Its receipts lasweukc wcro i,0 largcbt
known in'tljo' liistojy 9f4lo csVahlibli
mont. Tho banU-etuml on tho
grounds in to bo tukon wuy on ac-
inunt oi li diii tlvi ntsouttlt trepip
tits and another and better ono ie to
bo built where Mr. lilden'o cottage
Siioutly after 0 o'clock last nighf
a tall blim native staggeied along
Quicn i-tiect near Punchbowl street.
Ho was (0 intoxicated ho took
possession of tho whole thorough
fare. Ho ran against Mr.
1. Ascli and caught him by tho coat
sleeve. Ascli shook him oil' and told
him to go about his business. Just
then Mr. Flank May came limning
along and suid tho inebiiatu assaulted
him and he was going for a police
man. Tho ill link hud caught Mr.
May by the aim and torn his coat.
Ho whb ufluwuuls anesled and
chaiged at the Police Court witli
assault and hatteiy. Ho was recog
nized as Alfred Bray. ,
It is sui prising to see how China
town is growing up in the burnt dis
trict. There are about 35 wooden
hous.es of Chinese pattern in various
stages of constiuction tip to comple
tion. Soveial ornamental brick
houses are also being built. The
dmiolished Chinese Club House with
its ei umbled walls, heaps of bricks
and rubliish, looks forsaken. Tho
front, wheie thu door and windows
onco weic, presents a weird spectacle
on a inonlight night. A frail fence
runs mound the place to show tho
oiiginal ilinientions of thu house and
thu piclitic is a sombic one. Pint of
the Betliel luins still remains stand
ing as a monument in memory of
that dieu.lful night. Workmen are
huso excavating in many places pie
purutory to building.
The latest in liio works tho new
Repealing Rocket. Sou Claienco
Maufailunc's adveitisemcnt. HoG, 2t
You Don't Say Sol Yes, there is a
baiber shop, corner King and Alakea
streets, Hut for Goodness' Snko Don't
Say I Told You. 55 lw.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'; Ait Store.
The Real Manila, for tho first
time, has appeared in Honolulu. To
bo had at the Central Cigar Stand
at Wiseman's. Try it. J. Hildei:,
Manager. 355 tf
The choicest fancy, plain, and fruit
cakes of supciior quality always on
hand or made to order. At thu Elite
Ico Cicam Puilois. 53
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with overy bottle. Benson Smith &
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bu imitated nor much
kss excelled, at the Pioneer Steam
Cundy, Ice Cream and Cake Factory,
Hotel btreot, between Foit and Nuu
anu streets. 50 2w
IN FORT STREET SCHOOL.
A member of the Buii.etin staff
happening near tho corner of Fo.t
and School s,ticcl.s, this morning,
madu a biicf call at PiofcbSr
Scott's school room. A number of
well wiittcn off hand compositions
wero shown whit h reflect great w edit
upon thu intelligence of thu pupils
und tho skill of their instructor.
Tliusa essavs ate evolved by a
highly pincttcal method, viz: the
teacher nnT rates a Htnry anil rcquiies
the class to lepinduee it on paper,
or calls fur a written abstract of
what can bo icimmbcicd from the
"Lady of the Lake," tho "Merchant
of Veiiicu" or bomu other produc
tion of the poets, the composition in
uvery case being pel formed on tho
spot. A shoit examination followed
on commcicial arilhmelhlc. Several
problems were solved coirccllyand
intelligently on the hlackbouids.
Tho Professor's methods bear the
impiess of thoroughness, aud
eilicicntly elucidate fun dameutal
piineiples. Unlike the Kona and
Kaanapa'i elections, what is once
light is always light, and a truth
once proven is fixed and thenccfoith
takes piuclical fonn in being applied
to the solution of whatever questions
havu a relation to 11.'
STRANGER'S FRIEND SOCIETY.
Tho thirty-fourth annual mooing
of this society was held ycslciday
at the lesidence, of Mis. J. jM.
Damon. The attendance was largo,
about 50 mcmbcis answciiiig to the
mil call. Tiio ti easurer'a statement
bhowed tho lecuipts of the last year
to have been S887. 10, of which
$500 was icccivcd, through thu
Government, from the Hospital tax.
The cxpendituies woiu 8(188.10, of
which Si 17 was fur bonellciuvies in
tho Queen's Hospital. The Author
drafts on the society's revenues
weic to aid poisons to get away aud
to help tho destitute. The balance
renmiping on hand is $ lil'J. 10. Tho
olllci'is, io-clcclcd, pic Mis. J. M.
Damon, Piesidcnt; Mis, Alexander
Mackintosh and Mrs. J. S. McGictv,
Vicc-Picsidents; Mi 8. II. M. Whit
ney, Secietary; Mrs. S. E, Bishop,
Treasurer; Airs. S. Dow sett, DI
rcctiess. Thu house was filled In tho even
ing witli a huge gathering of tho so
ciety neunlu of Honolulu. II. It. II.
i the Piinoess Mliuokajani being
among thu uucsts. A choice musi
cal ami liteiary ontoilainineiit was
proviilod. Mr. V. W. Damon read
oxtiacts from tho Friend, noting
tho different stagcs'in tho progress
of the society sinco it commenced.
Tho society was organized in the
sumo house in which this ' assembly
m RUi ill mny dMi from thf
yw ;tio2, At that tluie, A2 tmmi
bora wero enrolled. Thrco of Its
original members, viz., Mis. II. M.
Whitney, Mrs. J. M. Damon and
Mrs. A. J. Cartwiight weie piesent
at the meeting, this afternoon.
When it had attained the ago of ono
year, a giaud fair was held, which
seems to have been the great event
of tho year '53 among the Ilono
ltiluans. It must have been a fair
that was a fair, for the receipts
quoted were 81,900. ,
After the leading by Mr. Damon,
vocal and iustruimntal music wero
furnished by scvcial ladiej and
gentlemen in the' company. Mr.
Locke ltlchaidson contributed a re
cital, in his usually able style, of
"King Robert of Sicily." .An, ex
cellent collation was provided, after
which the assembly dispersed, all
evidently very much delighted with
the cntcitiiinuiout and social Inter
course of the evening, and with
hearty wishes for tho continued
prosperity of tho societj'.
A BALL IN HONOLULU TWENTY-FOUR
Wkdnksiiay, March 2G, 1802.
Tim Hull at tho Court House on
Wednesday ovening last, given by
Mrs. Iluckfcld, the lady of tho
Consul for Sweden aud Norway, was
a mo3t brilliant alluir. Thu hall was
tastufully decorated, under the
supei vision of Dr. IIulFmnmi, whose
tasto in such matters is second to
none. Tho decoration was plain,
and yet novel aud unique. , Th6 dais
prepared for their Majesties wasule
vuted u low inches, above tho fioor,
aud ornamented with flowers aud
coco.uiut leaves, and back of it tho
Hawaiian and Swedish ensigns wcio
intei twined. while the. British supoit
cd the light and thu Fruuch tliu lelt
of tho throne. At the main entrance
to tho li.il1, an elegant silk AmeiicJii
Hag guarded tiio right and thu lus
siuu Hug tho loft, with a wieath of
flowers between them, encircling
the motto "Aloha" (welcome).
This design was bo exceedingly
chubto and uppropiiutc, and withal
so symbolical, that it attracted thu
notice of oveiy spectator. Thu
flugs which decorated tho hull, of
which there weic lourteyn diffeie.nl
nationalities wOio aflixed to gill
headed stairs, that leaned giacefully
forwud, giving to tlio'bcouo a mili
tary air as pleasing as it vyis novel.
It was admitted by all that tho btylo
of decoration surpassed that of any
.pioviouK similar occasion.
..Shortly alter 8 o'clock (8i20) the
cuniagc of their Majesties. ,nud sujte
drove down from tho palate, and
immediately on their approach, thu
whole square was biilliantly illumi
nated with blue lights, aud the coi
vetto Calcvahi, which lay in full
view from the building, joined in
the display by exhibiting blue light
fro in her yawls and from her mast
heads. 'I he exhibition was enjoyed
veiy much by those who witnessed
it, and in its' debign aud execution
was exceedingly well cut tied but,
aud whs a graceful tubule to our
Resides their Majesties, who ap
pealed in excellent spiiits, theie
weic present the government miu
iMcis, the foieigii iepicentative
and consular coips, the ollieeis.ol
the Russian war ship, and a laige
crowd of lesidents and stiaugeis.
Indoed'thu capacity of the. hall was
loo limited for the assemblage pre
sent. Our report would bo incomplete
were we to omit a notice of the sup
per .and repitM. provided on tho luwer
floor. For abundance, vaiicty.ind
richness, wo lmve never seen it sur
passed. It appeals olmo-t incredi
blu that such a display of the con
fectioner's ait could bo made in
Honolulu, as was shown in some of
tiio specimens of cakes and pastry
on tho tables specimens which
would have done cieclit to Paris,
London or New Yoik. Tho poison
who prepaiqd them is, wo under
stand, a Gejman, Mr. F. Hoiu, te
cently anived among " us. Thu
llbeiality with whiih tho tables weic
provided was exhibited in the fact
tlmt nearly as much waa'left ntyer the
repast,, as was eaten. IJviio'lulnt
.-l,, AprilS, 18G2.
TO BR TAKEN.
ALL MEMIIE'hs of Paclllc Inso O".
ii i if IiMehy uquetid in mi'tt ut
iliulr Ooinfiany't ilouo on t lie morning
nf the 20ih int-t . at (M), In full unlfoim
to llC pllO(IL'llllllCll
17 -Ji C K. MIMER Fornnan
Special Night Sale!
On SATURDAY Evening,
Junti lOlh. at 7 o'clock,
I uill Hull a Public Auction, at my
Salesroom,. Queen sirctit,
An Asst. of Pictures
( Just urilvcd, tonrlsting of
Oil Palming.", Olcngrftph,
Chiomos, eiu , also, a tew
Choice Parlor Rugs.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
,VI Hi Am thinners.
BAHQUE " LAPWING."
"fOriilJ h hoiehy given Unit tiio
IN MaMcrof the harqiiu LAl'WINO
will not hu ri'fiMirtllilu for dolus ion.
triictctl U any mimbiT of his crow
witliDiii hi- vvi'liiin uittlirti l7u ton.
Tlll.it. II. liWIB iO '.,
00 lw J Atcnts lor Lapwing.
jtruvhtxhud otfluu to ut,
Aat H.LY I UltNlSHKU 01TICJ,
In a vco UuduUile location, mi lit
ut f 10 put in .nili. Apply ut Koiim No
U Cunplnira lllock, No. 8 1 Mc reliant
rpiIK undcrnlgiiuil, having tlilfl ilnv
X Itiitcd toUliiM.OE OAVANAOll,
ol lliiiiiflnlii, lliu llcniiltilti tilcuui l.niii).
tlry, notlni U hirchy givni Hint thu cald
George Ciivainigh ulono is l o-t loysl l)'o
I r all ilcl.tt) c ntiiictiil lit i lie diiIiI
iieoigi UiViuiiiph for the mid Lmudrv
fiuui miu tiflei this dale.
V. C. IMKICr,
A-flgnco of .1 K ,Mi;l iniglilin.
Ilnno'u ii, .Itiiiti 1 .188H. f.O
MacNeale & Urban
Buffalo Plain Scute
A Fino Assortment Arrived,
Notice ol Dissolution ol'
NOTICL t hciuby given that tiio co.
rmrinci.hli huteiofurc evlhtliig
ictween FANNY I.OVK mid HIKD
KKlUtv JOHNSON, tuulcr the miiue nf
I.OVK'd 1UKKUY, Is dlolvcd by
iiiutual cuiibuut, biiid Johnson ruilring
fnitii buld llrm. All assets will lie ceh
lulled In. aud all dibiH pnld by Fanny
Love. FANNY I OV1I,
Dated lloroliilu, June 10, 18 0. 1 0 !lt
JOHN F. McLAUUHLIN, .f Mono
lulu, Oilm having madu an us-i-igiiiiient
ol nil hh property, uc , to thu
iimlerbluniil for tlnj Jiinillt of hu cred.
iiois notice U Iitrehy given to all per
oiih to ptc-ent lliclr eliilnm agidn t thu
Mild Jniin F. MuL'iticliltii and tint Hono
lulu Sliiini l.auinliy wlihln one innntli
IHiin (laid to tliu iiiulor.-lglinl, ut Ills
llli'u in Huiiohilu, aiid all neiBnns in
ilebled to the Mild John F. Afi Liugliliii
xinl the Honolulu Stenin l.mimliy aiu
hereby HipubUd to make imuiidiale
iiimcitt lo thu undersigned.
V . V. (3. pauKi:.
Asblgncu of John F McLiiughlln
Hnnnlulii, June 17,18-0. AU 5i
r ' -
Hugs to fnfo m tlic.PulilIc In general
l ui I.c lius iullIvccI an
of l.iulle'. Genii' and Chlldten'i
Boots, Shoes &
T1)nD ItS iirf vxiintid (or Hi- llepnlr
of lh" llrllNIi buiqile PTAIt tiF
ir.V W lit nct'iiidniHu Willi It port nf
jurw-y to lie -ecu id this olHrr. No
a." una n i en tlml'llio lowe.-t or tiny lenilir
will lie acrej ted U given, 'lenders lo
bu addressed to
a THEO. II. DAVIES & CO..
." I 1 w. . ' Lloyd's Agents
I SPF'IAI. MRETING of thcSWk
V. Iiolilernnf Hie I'licille. Niivigiiilmi
Co will hfhehlTllUHbD.VY, Jiino'JI,
lt-80, at 10 .1 m., ai lli.li olll.o, Qmen
ilrect. 05 lw . F. It lAT, tjto'y.
BY A I'OKTL'OUKSK.-a Mtiiatlon in
a ilrv goods q .gjiK'Mv; Mote. Can
riiu mill npcnk a little J5 iglNIi, nml
I.iih had llni-liii sh "(xpcrie'iii'i) in Hono
lulu. For references, etc., npply to
M. A. GO.NSA1.VBS&CO.,
W lw 57 Hottl hlrcet
MUSIC FOlt- SALE.
A HOUT 1.700 PIECES nf .MUSIO,
cmt-hiiiiif nl ItAI.LADS.fOMIC
SON Go, QUADHlLUEd, WAL'IZES,
l'i LliAS, &c. Annlvto
5(3 2w nt Fruclli & Peacock's.
A GOOD, ruber, rt'liiitile, hltndv 'man,
miu und in ihu (itiuiry. 'I o lake
cure of horses, milk a few ow-, mid at
lend id gimimU iitn private rebhliiuu
on Maul. None ncid nppl iiiiIim fully
alilo to mi el thu above riqulicmenth.
YuguH, $'.'5 a moiilh, lioiud and lodging.
Apply to J E WIS1MAN,
U 4 Gun'l lluhlnem Agent.
A. H, RASEMANN,
Book Binder and
fToimcrl In tho Gnzctle H'ojU),
Inform his friends nnd the puhl'c gen.
enilly Unit he hs rcinoied to morn
npiiiTnii prtnih(8, dlrictly opposite tlui
Old Stnnd, in tho
Campbell Block, Hooitb 10 anl U,
whero ho nnw ptcpnr'd In tlo wo-U In
hi line, I'a'ioiuit'o nuicilull -oli.
cltid. 5. lui
All special O rd or
Ml, Butter or Cream
left at DAVIS it WIIDEK'S (Tele,
pliouu loll; nny mo nlug
Before 11 O'clock
will he tilled wllh reiKonnllj
proiuptnoj by thu
Woodlawn Dairy &. Slook Comp'y,
A. F.MriH. Hm'v.
The White House
o. 118 Nmiauu (!Lt'(!ut,
HONOLULU, : : H.I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms lle'ipnimblr. KlrtChss
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
ff 00 110
C8 75 100
I. '5 COO
If aw'n CnrrinccMnnf g Co.,
K.O. II ill & son,
lnttr.lsliinil S. N. Co.,
lliuv'n Agriciiliural Co.,
U lldciVi3iciiniiliiji Co.,
C lituuci &, Co,
Wnlliilni Stigiit Co.,
Ktelproclty Supai Co.,
3S Merchfint SlreiM.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agont.
Mi mot faithful al'tcn ion will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
:il mivcihI Inland nf Oil grnnp. flv
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
, - Ash Bedsteads,
6 Piano box Buggies, Full Leather Tops,
6 Piano box Sldo bar, Leather Top, Quaker
2 Leather-top Bugics,
:t I'hne'O'i', l.catlnrtop, Quukcr City.
To be sold immediately after arrival!
U20 Auollnncor nntl Com. Merchnnt.
CluiN. Brewer & Co.'n
Shippers will plciisc lake notice that the
Utnson, mnrttr, will load In Uoston for
tills p it in JUiV next.
BQT 1'or further particulars apply to
C, BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu. May 15. 1680. taoniv
Bn 25-Ib. Kits,
Just uvelveil hy Oiilia icn, and for
CASTLE & COOKE.
Crystal Ma forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale.
Pl irida I ino "'(!, Aeiiitii' Witters of
n I Umli-, 1 r ill i yrtipvam Etpunccp.
We Use Patent Stoppers
in all our Bottles.
We Invito pnrticulnr iiltmlirn to cur
I'aioni rlllir, tttiiuly Intiodut'ed, by
whii It all wiiiern iiK'd in our m inufiic.
tun- is alii-oluiely fieed fiom nil lm.
We j'ollver our Gcolcfrfoof charge
lo all parts of the thy. We punrantce
our Oi mis to he the lot in the mark el.
Oin fill attention paid to IMaml Oidcis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
I' O. Iio. 1 01, Honolulu.
I Jell IVIoitliouu : : t8
Mutual Ti'U'iiIione : ll'M)
t3T ur.itin h ft vvlih lltnson, Hinlth
Co, Ni. II Kut btiut, will rcctlvc
pnmpt ui eni n.
le, iihn mo i nt- for Hip fnlo
of J. . MiiRley's
of Ids uwu mauufiietuio, 6m
WM. G. IRWIN &
SOLE AGENTS POU Tllfl KINGDOM OP
The Celebrated Taro Flour
Ate prepared to oiler spec a' fiuhir ciiicut- m I'l italoin nul thlplng Agents.
Tarn Plour is packed In hi utile cnit hIiiit for ttanO p nun between tho
IslaiitNanil for foielcii nlil.tn in Spit fill it de will lit tttetvni an I in kid In
any blile riqulred. Tills 'InroPhatr U PAlt aLl'EldOlt to Dial in inufacturul
The new method of making Pol out of TAHO FLOUH linn reduced tho lime
from 2 to ONJA' 1 1IOL It. 'I he old melhod fl ( king It In n b tg Inn l.f en disc
carded. There Is no nttd of huilillng n the t-i tally for tho putpoK', lor It can be
cooked at the funic time that the (vdinnry intal N being piepmitl.
Take tin aunte iron or porcelain limit situ c an anil pour into tl one pnrt of
Taro Flour to two purls of water. Mix will nml bo Hire theie iUo no lumps.
Place tho tiuicepau over a good lire and stir the Hour nml witer with i woodin
spoon or stick until it b( minis thick, v hU It will tn) e from !! lo n inliiiilis nccoid
lug to luat I'lnplojid. Afier I U thick, ocriitionnl th'Tot gli Mir It g U mcirnry,
lidding a llitlo warm water ftom time to ilmo to prevent It- geiling ton thick Let
It tjtunicr for nearly nn hour and bo almost as still' n palnl thu h', quite thick.
Put it iuto a rnlnbuBh or large bowl, nnd Id It etantl from two to three days, when
it will become nice nnd tnit.
Should tho Pol i-how a tendency to Income cloggy or lumiiv, rirain It through
a piece of netting into a pan ut bovvl ,aial mioolli It dovv n w ltd a potato imtthcr or
Persons preferring sweet l'oi will tint ihut bv conUlnp the llnur according to
tho above Injunctions while pie nrliii( tlicir evciiui mml, mil liii'iigli stand
overnight, it will be In proper condition for use on iho follow li-c mornlnir. 'b'-i
Fruit anP All Fancy Ices Cheaper
Thnnnny other Establishment on the Mantis, and which HE GUAHAh'IKLS to
be Superior to un olbtr:
FinSTIA'-HOUN Iipb the rrnctlrnl Experience him-elf for 4 jtats In oil known
Cl.KAMS and l'ANt Y ICI S, and lor ihai icnton W i ol obllgitl to p.tj ixirt.
vagaui wages for another man s Uuowlit'ge not vvoith 1.5 (cats to him.
SECONDLY HORN has l o extra Expenses such as Htnt.llclp, etc.
THIRDLY UOMN has STEAM 1'AOILITIFS by which he can mok In twenty
minutes vvhiit will take 4 nun out hour to do, anil foi Unit union can execute
orders in larthoitcr time tbnn any oilur. ' '
FOURTHLY HORN 19 the pintticnl MnMtr over his jnurncjincii. In mnty
other c&tiibllshmcnts of this kind, the joiirne.vmcn arc the nuisieis, no mnlliV
how little knowledge they aro 10 sew id o', Letnme the imployer knows ik
thiug about the makug of the article he tells.
P.S. Although not having ntilvcd
arrive soon, F. HORN will execute small
TEMPLE OF PASmON
Ol and 113 lToit Slroet.
Wo ate pleased to announce tho arrival of our immenso laigc Invoice of
Dry.Gooils, Fancy Gooils, Laces, Eli,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and aro now tflciing unpieci dented and mii'tva a Uutgalns in all tui clq nrtm't
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pkc(s of vciy fine Victoria Lawn at ?2 apiac, 10ja'ds;n ven
hirgo itfuu line tit of ntw t-juing stvlo In 1 awns, 4-4 I utiHe. SiiHcns, plni 1
flguiod und brotadid, white Phme i.r.d n lull line ol Diets Ctul ,ll e latitttct.
JLace DBonole, Xaclior' rSTvioot Cldtli
in nil tho now shades; 40 doz I.iuhcs Lisle Threatf II oic'fJit-iO emts,
the best value tvir ofl'aed.
Just rrrelvrd, nllthclnttsl stvks in Ilow ami Chllditii's Full' j (Jirat Riirgains,
Boys lilue Flanil Sailor j-nlin ut ifl.On n Suit. .Inst uiclveti, i.lut.t fmm
' 'Eibtern mnuuf icttuc, ' J
'which wc otlcr at
Received ox Amtiailu, a Lnr;c mid Elegant Stock of MIkcs and Children's Sprli r
Heel Shoes of all sues. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Cents' and Boys'
WOLFE & CO.
the mcu mr.v nppllnnccs yet which nro ti
oidcis fcr Creams from this day on very
(11IU IIIIIUIUU IJ
& CO., Pfoprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
& Taro Co.,
I US bl odlll.
MUSIC LtiSSOrfS. ",
AGMIMAN LADY, ncomiiiondod '
by 1'iofe-so U Hergi.tle-Iie in
give Ii'.-m'oh In I'lniio in! hinging 10..
uning l.adiej and C'Mlilreiu.' ApU ut,
it 111 im .So ,fi Llilh.i Mreet.
A M'ICIALi Metthtg or the Slot k.
XX holdfiKiit tl.o liitjt. Inland hm m
Navigation I o. wilt J hi hi 'lUtA
DAY, thu '.'2nd it st., nt 10 (A lock, a i...
at tholr oiUco on tho K. t Imm e. Pur
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