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should liavo a private nursery. It
was not right.
Hop. l'alolmu was in favor of the
item, ii9 trees were a line thing.
Hep. Hiciiardson was in favor of
passing the item. The house had
already occupied three hours on it.
A committee would simply report
that they tired themselves out in
consideration of the matter, and
begged leavo to recommend that this
repoit be laid on the table for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Bill. Therefore lot them put it in
" the bill now.
The item passed, and the commit
tee rose, rcpoited progress, and
asked leave to sit again.
The report of committee of the
whole was adopted.
A TAIIIPF lir.iOI.UTION.
Hep. Hayseldeu moved a suspen
sion of the rules so that he could
present a resolution, and the motion
passing he moved the following:
"Hcsolvcd, That the President of
the Legislative Assembly appoint a
committee of live to consider what
changes should be made In tho tat Iff
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, whero
such changes do not uonlllet with ex
isting treaties ; and that they pro
sent to this Assembly a measure for
the purpose of carrying out llicir
He said there were many reasons
for a resolution of this kind. Many
articles paid too high a duly, and
many others did not pay high
enough. Haw materials in some
cases, paid very high duties, while
manufactured goods often paid very
little. There were already two or
thiee bills befoio tho house which
proposed to change the tariff, and
notice" had been given of others.
Hep. Kaluit supported tho resolu
tion, provided the committee be of
Hep. Hayseldeu accepted the
amendment, and the resolution was
On motion of Rep. Hayseldeu the
house adjourned about 0 o'clock till
Satlmiuay, June 10th.
Tho Assembly met at 10 a. m. In
the absence of the Chaplain, Hep.
E. Kekoa made the opening prayer.
Besides the President, Noble "Wal
ker, the following members were
present: Ministers Gibson and Neu
mann ; Nobles Kuihelaui, Kaao and
H. Parker; Heps. Lilikalani, Baker,
Brown, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kaunamano, Nahale, Nahinu, Ke
koa, Aholo, Kaukau, Hiciiardson,
Kaai, Kauai, l'alolmu, Kalua,
Kauhi, Thurston, Paehaole and
Hep. Nahale, on suspension of
the rules, presented a petition from
North Kona, that a policeman bo
appointed for that distiict to look
after truant children. Huf erred to
The President appointed the fol
lowing special committee on tariff
changes: Hep. Hayseldeu, Noble
"Wilder, Hep. Hiciiardson, Nobles
Clcghoin and Jlacfarlaue.
Minister Gulick presented a re
port from the Printing Committee,
of work done, and Hep. Hiciiardson
from tho Engrossing Committeo of
Minister Gulick gave notice of an
act to establish a bureau of foiestry
in the Interior Department.
The same Minister gave notice of
an act to indemnify the Minister of
OltDUlt of Tin: DAY.
On motion of Minister Neumann,
the house took up tho regular order
of tho day.
Third reading of an act supple
mentary to art. 2C, chap. 1), Civil
Code, relating to the pievention of
smuggling. The bill was read.
Hep. Dole moved -that the bill be
indefinitely postponed, for the
reasons that it was unnecessary and
curtailed the liberty of the subject.
The provisions of the existing law
were stringent enough to prevent
smuggling, and the proposed law
was liable to abuse. It puts too
much power into the hands of petty
otllcials to annoy people. This was
jio imaginary oxperieuco, because
individuals landing at Kahului and
elsewhere had been subjected to
most humiliating treatment. If the
bill applied only to foieign vessels,
it might be admissible; but it in
cluded coasting vsssels, and every
steamer, schooner, sioop, or canoe
plying among the islands was placed
within tho grasp of the Minister of
Finance to crush it if ho chose.
Hep. Brown gave the reasons of
the Judiciary Committee for having
reported up the bill. Under the
present law a forela vessel cannot
go from one port to another along
the coast to laud goods, and the
Collector-General had sometimes
given permits to vessels to do so but
without any law for it. The bill was
supplementary in making the
authority of customs olllcers clearer.
The proposed act was necessary, as
there was a great deal of contra
band trade- going on between tlicso
Islands and San Francisco, and there
was a good deal of smuggling be
tween the Islands. Mliero was a
doubt now whether olllcers could
search inter-island passengers as
well as foreign, when there was
reason to suspect that they had
smuggled goods, and this bill said it
could bo done.
Rip. Cnfttlo wftfl dliRupolnM In
the judlolary Committeo having
given no information on the bill,
and having done nothing with it but
recommend a verbal correction
Minister Neumann said tho ex
planation of the lion, member for
Koolanloa should go far toward re
commending tho passago of the bill,
'l'lic member for Lihuc had evidently
not studied or digested the bill, or
ho would not have mado the motion.
It was a notorious fact that in no
country of the world, for its size,
was there such unblushing smug
gling going on as in the Hawaiian
Islands, lie went on to show that
the bill was intended to prevent
smuggling, and said if the lion,
member for Lihuc was in favor
of having opium introduced at
10 percent advalorem, then he
should persist in trying to secure the
indefinite postponement of the bill.
Hep. Thurston would do anything
toward helping tho Attorno.y-Gen-ei
nl to prevent opium smuggling,
but thought tho mark was over
reached in tills bill. Ho read the
law to show that the Collcctor-Gcn-eial
had now authority to issue per
mits for foreign vessels to call at
different ports. In conclusion he
moved that the bill be referred to
the Judiciary Committee to have it
amended in certain points that ho
After further discussion of details
by Minister Neumann, and Heps.
Brown, Thurston, Dole and Kaulu
kou, the latter moved tho previous
question, which cariicd.
Hep. Dole was beginning to speak,
when Hep. Kaulukou called him to
order, raising the point that only
the introducer of a bill or mover of
a resolution could speak after the
previous question passed.
The President ovci ruled the point,
and Hep. Kaulukou appealed, when
the decision of the chair, was "not
The motions to postpone and to
lol'er wcro voted down, and fchn bill
On motion of Hop. Kaulukou, at
Id. 10, the house adjourned till 10
o'clock on Monday morning.
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1880.
Sehr Kulamanu from Ilamakua
Sehr Nettie Merrill Iroin Lahaluii
Stmr Llkellko from Kahtilul
Stuu'Jas Mukcc fioni Kauai
Stun- 'Wulmnmilo fioni Wuhiiuualo
Sehr Lhukui from Walalua
Sehr ltalubow fiom Kuolau
Sehr Haleakala for 1'cpeeKco
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY.
Itktno Amelia for San Francisco
Stinr I.lkelike fur Kaliulnl
Stinr MnVolll for Molokul
Stinr-Dowsett for l'ala
Sclir Xettlc Men ill for Lahalnii
Sclir Kulainuiiu for Hawaii
Selir Kliukal for Walalua
Sclir ltalubow for ICooluu
Fiom Tfnlmltil, per steamer Llkellkc,
Jum lOlb Mis J PWier, II II Halluy, T
Collins J F Colburu, G Jorgcnsen, It
Mitchell, J Campbell, '2 Chinese atid 72
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Kiiliiiiiaiiii 2,070 bags sugar.
Sclir Kliukal 072 baps paddy.
Stinr Likeliku .",127 bugs sugar.
Stair J as Mukec 2,580 bag's sugar and
20 bead of cattle.
Tlio .ship Kutu Dacnport sailed this
morning for Sun Fiancls-eo with 2.J,
510 bans of Miga-, and 1,074 pearl shells.
Total weight 2,8U1,GS4 lbs. Total value
of sugar tmO,22n.G!.
Wednesday, lCib, Mabel Jane, aged 1
year It days, child of T. W. and
The cup was bitter, the sting sovcrc,
To pari with a child wo loved so dear;
Tho trial's haul, wo'U not complain,
Hut tiusl In Christ to meet again.
IJOMAN CATHOLIC! OATIIKIIHAI..
High mass at 10 A.
M. Vuspeis at 4:30
Kaumakai'ii.i Cnunaii. llcv.
AVulaniau, pastor. .Sunday school
0:80 a. m. Preaching at 10:110 A.
and 7:::o r. m.
l'aiker, pastor. Sunday
A. M. Pleaching at 11 A. M
people's meeting at 0 i. m.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Hlblo
class in the pallor at u: Ifi a. m., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel praise service at 0:80 r. M.
Fout-sthi'xt Ciiuuoii. Hey. J. A.
Ciiiau, pastor. Meeting for Jllblo
study ut 0: IS a. m. I'ubllu worship at
11 a. M. and 7:110 i, m. In the evening
tho subject will lie, "A young man who
hold a valuable possession very cheap."
Seats me fiec ami all are invited.
Hev. J:. C.
Ojrirol, pastor. Sci vices at
the Lyceum, Nuimnii avenue. Sunday
school at u h.i o'clock, l'icaciiiiig by
the pastor, at 11 A. at. In the evening
at 7 :) o'clock tho subject will he "Tho
Seventh Day Adveutlsts and the Second
Coming of Clulsi." A cordial Invita
tion Is extended to all.
St. Aximr.w's Oatiikdhai,. First
Congregation. Holy communion 7 A. m.
Morning prayer, with senium, 0:110
a. si. Evensong with catechetical
address by the llkhop of Honolulu at G
r. .M. All seats aio fieo.
Second Congregation. Huv, Geoigo
WtiMaco, A. M.-, pastor elect. Moiulug
prayer, with senium, 11:1,") a. ai.;
evening prayer, with seiiuon, 7:0 r. si,
Si'mlay school ui:o.s at 10 a. si. In tho
Puliation Pieparatory School building.
Scats Leo at all servicer,
lutJAL & GENERAL NEWfl,
Music at tho rink to-night;
Hoi'cin weather is reported at Kn
Tun steamers Kinau and Iwalani
are duo to-morrow morning.
TiiERr. is talk of another battalion
drill on somo afternoon next week.
The Honolulu and Benedicts clubs
play ii match game of ball this after
noon, at Makiki,
Mil. II. F. Glade will give a party
and reception at his residenco next
Tuesday evening to Dr. Arning,
Temp-kuance meeting, under the
auspices of tho Y. M. C. A., in
Fowler's yard mission loom, at 7:30
Two young nicii, recent arrivals,
arc painting tho town red. That is
they aio painting all the sign buckets
led with the firm initials on them.
A baseball match took placo this
morning between the Myrtle and
Unknown clubs. Tho former won,
scoring 1'i tallies to their opponents'
Mns. S Damon entertained Mis.
llawcs, Mrs. I.ockc Hiciiardson, Miss
Perkins and several other San Fran
cisco ladies at lunch this noon at her
It is a common trick with spar
rows to lly through an open door or
window of a stoic or warehouse and
indulge in the lively spoil of catch
Lewis, !. Levey holds an auction
sale at his ware-rooms tilts evening.
He has made special accommodations
for the ladies and will ofl'er for sale a
variety of pictures, paintings and
rugs, also a quantity of other goods.
Tin: Hetliel Union Sunday School's
Jug-llrcaking concert Monday even
ing, promises to bo n highly enter
taining occasion. The sail boats
specified in tho piogranimo aro tho
handiwork of a venerable aitillccr up
wards of eighty ycais of age.
Next month, Messrs. T. II. Davics
it Co., instead of giving their carting
to draymen will luivo sovoinl teams
of their own to do their hauling of
merchandise. They have already
built stables back of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufactory, where the
horses and drays will bo kept.
At tho meeting of the Myitlo Boat
Club last evening, Mr. V. C. King
was elected President; Mr. M. I).
Monsanat, Vico President: Mr. A.
M. Htown, Secretary; Mr. A. M.
Hewitt, Treasurer; Mr. C. H. Purdy,
Captain ; and Messrs. A. V. Carter,
W. C. Wilder Jr. and A. G. M. Hobin
Mhh. .Tas. Dodd's birthday anniver
sary was celebrated last evening by a
party at Mrs. Lemon's residence,
Wnikiki. There wore 21 young peo
ple present who spent the evening in
surf-bathing, poi feasting and sing
ing. Tbu paity ended near midnight
and was very enjoyable. Tho guests
wished biithday celebrations would
occur every week.
Tiiuiisday night at about nine
o'clock,and while Mr. and .Airs. Cock
burn were out for a walk, sonic per
son or poisons entered their house
and after ransacking tho ti links
turning everything topsyturvy, va
cated tho premises empty banded.
They wero no doubt in search of
money, and not finding any left
without taking anything.
Mil. Alexander Young Jr. and Miss
Agnes Young gave a paity lasteven
iug in honor of Mr. Kiiklaud of Oak
laud, California. About -10 young
people were present. Dancing to
Piof. Bcrger's string band commenced
shortly after 8 o'clock and was kept
up with zest until after midnight.
At 10.110 o'clock, refreshments were
served. The dancing hall which is
superb was decorated with flags.
Mi:. Locke Hichaidson bad a de
servedly full audience at Mis. Dick
son's last evening. His recital of the
"Merchant .of Venice" gave unquali
fied satisfaction to all present. While
every pint of the play was power
fully represented, Mr. Hichaidson, in
tho role of Sbylock, really surpassed
hiiiiLclf. This gentleman has more
that fullilled tho expectations of the
literary people of Honolulu. His
next and last, in this city will be "jAs
you like it," on Tuesday evening.
The Boyal Ilawaiion Band will
play this afternoon at Emma Square,
beginning at I :!$0. Following is the
Overture The Golden Crosi lJrucll
Oiilop Wally Helnsdoif
liullet Music Astorga.. .
. .. Strauss
Waltz VU'iina Ulood.
request, I invito nil Ainorican
citizens, residents in this vicinity,
to moot at tho Hawaiian Hotel on
Monday availing, June 21st, at 8
o'clock", to consult in reference to
the observance of July Fourth.
Geo. V. Meiiiiii.l.
Honolulu, II. 1., Juno 18, 1880.
Sajj Fiiancisco, May 28, 1880.
Hon. S. G. Wh.deii,
I enclose for delivery Company's
CK lfi2'J7, First National Hank, N.Y.,
to order of Jang Hing, for if!!).")!.!!!),
amount of matued endowment 121,
8711, Mutual Lifo Insurance Co.
Yours truly, A. O. Foiiiieh.
Heceived the above diaft for
$.'1,051. ill) in full for matured endow
ment 121,873. Jano Hino.
Honolulu, Juno 9, 1880. It
Tkjq httt la flr worJu ths now
Repeating Rocket. Seo Clarence
Macfarlano's advertisement. 850, 2t
You Don't Say Hoi Yes, there is a
barber shop, corner King and Alakca
streets, But for Goodness' Sake Don't
Say I Told You. C5 lw.
Picture Frames and Cornices
mado to order, old Frames repaired,
regildcd, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
The Heal. Manila, for the ilrst
time, lias appeared in Honolulu, To
bo had at the Central Cigar Stand
at Wiseman's. Try it. J. Hildeh,
Manager. 355 tf
ItOOMS TO LET,
CLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
Hnoms to lei, at moderate rates, at
(18 and 100 Hotel Mrccl. uSlm
New Church Building Fund
on Nuuanu Avenue,
At hulf-pust 7 o'clock.
Piano Duct Alia with Variations
Mrs. A. F. .Tadd and Mrs. Dillingham
Vocal Kolo Miss Anna Austin
Heading Mi's K. V. Hall
Vocal Solo Miss Jennie Grieve
Piano ami Flute Duct Miss Kimnu
and Mr. Morse.
Dialogue Dolly Dick and Dicky Dot. .
Llda West and Ada Whitney.
Vocil Solo Peter Gray. .Mr. C. Dickey
Auction Bnlo of two sail boats, the
work nf .Mr. T. A. Thrum, the proceeds
to go toward tha new Church Fund.
Refreshments Ico Cream and Cake.
ZST TliU cnilro programme for SSccnN
Come everybody and bring all your
friends. 59 lit
TO BE TAKEN.
ALL MEMBERS of Pacific Hoo Co.
aro hereby requested to meet at
their Company's Iloute on the morning
of the 20th int-t., at 0X0, In full uniform
to bo photographed.
07 !Jt O. K. MILLER. Foreman
Special Night Sale!
On SATURDAY Evening,
June 19th, at 7 o'clock,
I vvlll se'l at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, Queen street,
An Asst. of Pictures
Just arrived, consisting of
Oil Paintings, Oleographs,
Chronics, etc., also, a tew
Choice Parlor Rugs.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
S'l !U Auctioneers
hereby given that tho
the haroue LAPWING
J- Master of
win not nu responsible lor dents con
traded by any member of his crow
without hi written atilliorlatiun.
TUEO. II. DAVIES&CO.,
50 lw Agents for Lapwing.
A larue assortment of tho
Very Latest Novelties
In this line, just received per Marl-
potn. Ifhind eiders promptly
For Sale at Bargains.
Enquire of O. W. MAOFAKLAXE, 11
Kuahiinianii t-truct. fit tf
AFIIIST.l LASS ASSISTANT MILL.
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
rlLiL N.SSaehs Proprietor.
The Steam Laundry
WAGONS vvlll deliver unci collect
clothes as lHiial.
C7 It OKU. OAVENAQH, Lessee.
WO CHONG El GO,
g'lNUK tho great llru vvu have been
; Inciitid at
No. 41 Maunakea Street,
where vvu are now prepared to fill all
ordtrs entrusted to im. Upon the com
pletion of Mr. A scon's new brick build
ing, wo havu arranged to occupy a pin
tion of the same. Wo rcspectfufly toll
cit n fdiara of public patronngo and
guarantee satisfaction to all who may
give us a trial. 57 lm
FOR SALE, '
rpiIE GYMNASIUM PREMISES on
X Foil i-troct, lot 08 leet liv 103 feet,
Building 80 feet by 84 feet. 'This Is a
very dealralilu pinto for a private roi.
deuce or Lodglui; House, and will bo
fold at a reasonable figure. Inquira of
Treasiiior Honolulu Athlttlo Amnio.
Hon, 50 lm
By order of J. F. llackfeld, Adminis
trator c'f the Enatc of Cournd Mcnke,
deceased, wo havo been directed to sell
at pulilii. auction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July 18th,
nt 1" o'clock, noon, of that day,
If not previously disposed of",
400 Shares in the
of Ilumuuln. Hawnll,
The total G.ipltal Stock of the llumuula
bhecp Station Co. amounts to 1,000
Shares at the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Con'ipany owns the valuable sheep
ranch situate on (he slopes of Mauna
kea and Maumiloa, known as the Ilutmi.
ula Sheep Station; the total area of land,
held under a lease from the Crown Com.
mlssloners for an unexpired term of
about '22 yens. Is 11)0,000 ncres, more or
less, a huge part of which Is beautiful
pasture land; theie are
About 1 8,000 Sheep
more or liss, also a largo number of
llois mid wild Cattle on the lnnds.
Tho Shines will liu sold with pi hi lege
to tike 50 to lO'iSlimci.
Tho above nilu Is mado for the pur
pose ff settling the estate of said C.
Mcnke, deccnul, and will bo without
flSf The tenns of the sale aro Cash.
For lurtlier pailiculars, apply to .). F.
Hnekfclil, at theolllce of llackfeld &
Co, Honolulu, or
32. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
57 eodj Auctioneers.
Uy order of J. F. HacMeld, Esq., the
duly appointed Assignee of the Bank
nipt IMi.tu of T. IC.OIarkunf Klpahtilu,
Maul, acting under authority of an or.
der of the Suiireni'i Court dated June 8,
188H, vvu arc directed to tell at Public
miction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
,On MONDAY, July 11), 'SO,
at la oVlook, noon, of that day,
All tho Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. llackfeld as such
Assignee, of, in and to tho
situate ut Klpihulu, .Maui, heretofore
belonging to the said T. 1C. Clarke.
The B'litl Plantation comprises about
11100 acies of L'ind in fee simple, and
about loO'l acres of I.e.ised Land; there
aro about 7 SCO acres of Land avaliablo
for cane cultivation; about 120 acres of
Plant Cane ami about 1-10 aero of 1 and
'2 Rattoons arc now growing for tho
net ci op to come off from, say, Decern
her, lSO, to about May, 1687. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation all branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally ucd on a sugar plantation.
The larger part of the Cane, when har
vest! d, can bo conveyed to tho mill by
There Is a good substantial landing
bildgc, in which the limitation holds a
half interest. Also, a Donkev Engine
and incline track connected with the
The Plantation U In good running
older and a new crop is being put in at
VST Tho terms of tho Sain aro CASH,
and the Deeds arc at the cxpenso of tho
For all further particulars apply tq
J F. Ilackfvlil. Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UXXA at Klpahulu, Maui.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
C" til Auctioneers.
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A J. Curtwrlght, Sr., the
inly appointed E eculoranil liustecof
liu 'mi will mil testament of Emma
K'nlel i miliuil, deceased, nnd under
license of tho S'lnrenio Court ot the
Hawaiian Islands, Bitting as a Court of
Probate, wo aiu diiected to sell at pub
lic auction, at our Salesroom, in Hono.
tho th Day or July, 188G,
ut 12 m. of ilmt day, all the rlght. title
and iiilerc-t of tlio suld A. J. Cart
w light, hr., as inch Ercutnr iiiiihrriis.
tut in nforesiiM, and all tbu right, title
and inuiici-l which tlio said Einma Ka
leleonilnnl had at the time of her dc
ci use, of In mill to ilmt certain piece or
parcel oi until. Known ns tlio
situate In the District of Kona, Island of
Kauai, ami containing an ,
Avon or :t,ooo At'i-cN,
more or lcs, as described In Royal Pa.
tent No. IM'.', Mahele Award 43,
at tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
ami alsli Ihat certain pieco or parcel of
hind siluiite In Kuiiiinu Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahti, mid known as
mil liciiig the premises formerly occu.
tied by W. L. Green, Esi., us a private
ZW For further particulars, applyRo
A.. I. Ciirtwnglit.Sr., or
E. P. ADAMS Si CO.,
-ID td Auetioneen.
WM. EL IRWIN
SOLE AGENTS FOUfiffi-KINGDOM OF
Arc prepared to oiler special Inducements to Plnntitions and Shipping Agents.
Taro Flour Is packed In suitable containers for tian?hlpment between the
Islands and for foreign shipment. Bpecial oulers vvlll bo tecelved and packtd In
any stylo required. This Taro Flour Is FAR SUPERIOR to that manufactured
The now melhod of making Pol out of TARO FLOUR has reduced tho llmo
from 2 to ONLY 1 UOUH 'I he old method of cooking it lu a lug has been dis
carded. There is no tieid of building a lire specially for the purpose, for it can bo
cooked at tho same time that tho ordinary nunl is Uitig prepurid.
Tako an agate iron or porcelain lined siiiccpnn, ami pour into it one part of
Taro Flour to two parts ot water. Mix well and be sure thero are no lumps.
Placo tho saucepan over a good llieand stir the tlour and water with a wooden
spoon or stick until It becomes thick, which will tnko from tt to n minutes accord,
mg to li-at cmployid. After Ii is thick, occasional thorough stir lug is necessary,
adding a little warm water from time to time to prevent liu gelling too thick. Let
it simmer for nearly nn hour and be utmost as Mill' a paiat that Is, quite thick.
Put it into a calabash or large bowl, and let it rtiiml from two to three days, when
it will become nice and tart.
Should tho Pol show a tendency to become cloggy or lumpy, strain it through
a piece of netting into a pan or bow I and smooth it down vv till n potato masher or
Persons preferring sweet Pol will llnd that by cooking the Hour according to
tho above instiiictions while preparing their evening mini, and letting It ftnnd
overnight, it will be In proper condition for use on the following morning. y52
Fruit anP All Fancy Sees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on the Islands, and which HE GUARANTEES to
be Superior to any olhur:
FIRSTLY HORN Iuib the practical Experience liiui'clf for -K yeois In all known
CREAMS and FANCY 1CKS, and tor that lcason h not obliged to pay extra
vagaut wages for another man s knowledge not worth -5 iciilis to him.
SECONDLY HORN bus no e.tta Expenses such as Rent, Help, e ic.'
THIRDLY HORN lui STEAM FACILITIES hy which ho can make in twenty
minutes what will lake 4 men one hour to do, and for that icnsou can execute
orders In far shorter time than any other.
FOUKTIILY HORN Is the practical MnMer over his journeymen. In'innn
other establishments of .this kind, the journeymen aro ihe miisterh, no matte
how little knowledge they are po Fos-ed or, because the inployer knows m
thing about ihe mukng of the article he sell?.
P.S. Although not having received
arrlvo soon, F. HOltN will execute Mntdl
Ol and O:
Wc are pleascdjlo announce the arrival of our Immense laige Invoice of
Diy Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, BIol,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and aro now offering uiipiecedentid and uinivalleilllargaliis In all ourdepartm'is
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 picccsjof very fine Victoria Lawn nt $2 apiece, lOyaids; n vcy
largo assortment of new Spring btjles in Lawns, -l-l IJatUlc. Sateens, plsrt
figured andbrocuded, white Piqua and a full line of Dress liOciU, the latest Oi .
Lace Bonole, Xjirxciie5' Tricot Olotli
in all the new shades; 40 do. Ladies LiidoTlucud HoicgnHO cents,
the best value ever ollered.
Just received, all the latest Htyles in Hoy and Chlldien's Suits; Great Ilargali i,
Boys Illuo FJanel Sailor S' at sja.flO a Suit. Just received 'dlrcet from
which wo oiler at
Itccolvcd ex Auitralla. a Largo and Elegant Stock of Mlstcs and t hlldren'a Bpi ng
Heel Shoes of all hi7.es. Also, a Splendid Motfk of
Gents' and Boys'
WOLFE fe CO.
DLfceiLHoxis - ; "WJiy
main U II II II . f7i II C I"
UtUw ? JMifllMi
the nu'cmry ni pliouces yet which are I
ordeis foi Creams from this day on vet.
JlflO '2w '
bed.ioe k price". -
& CO., Proprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
AGKUM.VN LADY, recomuieiu!-t
by Professor II llorger. desire o
give letsons lu Piano and Singing. o
young Ladle mid Children. Apply at
UlOlm fto.il'.! LllllniMree'.
SPEC I A L M EETING.
A BPECIAL .Meeting of the StrcV.
hnldumof th Intur.Island Sle .in
Navigation Co. will beheld TURtf.
DAY, tbu 'J'Jnd lust., at 10 u'clock, . .,
at their oltlcu on tlio Ksphmade. Per
ordnr. J. ENA,
68 Sco'y 1. 1. S. K. Co,
I era Co
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