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MsIAe FHIDA1, OCJ. 1 1880. will ju next week, nciMiiniMtiiiHl by with tiic intention of iiover rcturn-
Sclir rettlo Merrill from Knilwi
Stmr W G Hull for J.nhnlnn, Mutilaeu,
Komi mill Kuu nt 10 ii m
V ESS ErXEATunrTfT-'M 0 R R0 W.
Stmr Wnlnlenlo for Lnlmlna ami llama
Una at !1 1 in
For Lnhiitiiii. Maalnea, Komi iiiul Kail
per steamer W G Hall, October 15th
I I) Fioctli, lion Dickey. Hon Niililnu,
Hon S W Knal anil wife, I) Mnrtlii.Tlios
O'DoWda. Mr Unwell, Mrs Mlckmi ami
daughter, Mrs Kulhehtid, Capt Taylor
nirtl about lL'.-i deck.
The schooner Nettie Merrill will sail
Tor Lidinlna and Kan next Monday with
lumber for the for the former place and
coal for the latter.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Thomas K Foster. Hogg
Ilk KUinorc, Junks
lSktno Planter, l'erilinnn
Uktno Kurekn. Winding
Gerbalk Piiollle, Oilman
American bark Snraime. from New
York, sallcd.lnly lllth, duo hero Nov. 18
:il). to Castle & Cooke.
llrlt bark W II Wal-on. from Liver
pool, Milled .June ilth, ductule Octobei
aOth-Xov 1st, to Ssehnofor it Co.
Hrlt bark lioiu'rag, sailed from Liver
pool, June rth. diie'hore October ailril
Xov 1st, to Davles it Co.
Am lik Martha Davis, ji uensoii,
nailed from Iioiton August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Itrewer it Co.
llrlt bark Glengabcr, Kolleston, from
.Liverpool, due heie, Jan lii-Hl, to
Davies it Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
.Port Hlakely. due hero Dec loth, to
Catlo it Cooke.
Am bark Caibarien, Perkins, from
:Sun Francii'o, due at Mahukoiio, Sept
;30lh. nt Honolulu in Oct, to Castle it
.Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug1 '-'S, due lore Jan lo-Ilu,
to .Sehiiofer it Co.
Uril bark Ladv Lainpon, Maihton,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Poiilinllow, from Port
Townseud, due here Oct 15th, to hewers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music and skating at the rink this
Youxci people's meeting at the
Lyceum this evening.
Silk plug hath, and ties to suit, can
be had at Mr. Goldberg's.
Tin: demolition of the old Sailors'
Home has commenced.
Tin: Honolulu Killes will meet at
their armory this evening, for drill.
Tin: now advertisement of the Elite
Ice Cream Parlors ieiiires attention.
" Knoi.vk Co. No. 2 turned out for
drill, last evening. A large crowd
witnessed the movements.
Tin: Quartermaster-General, Sam
Kowlein, is furnishing police oflicers
.with lielmfct hats.
A ciikck and a draft have been
dost, particulars of which are given in
Ax illustrated map of Ocean Island,
-the production of Mr. J. D. Strong, is
now on exhibition at Government
Tin: Hawaiian Legislature is to be
.prorogued at 11 o'clock to-morrow
morning, lifter having been in session
over live months.
Mit. Wicke is making about 200
calabashes of fine woods for the Edu
cational societies, to be presented to
His Majesty on his birthday.
Tun Hand will play at the resi
dence of 11. P. II. Princess Likelike
to-morrow alteriioon. There will be no
music at Emma Square.
Guoitai: Glendon was tried in tho
Supiemo Court yesterday, on the
chin go of obtaining money on false
pretences, and found guilty.
A cao ought to bo placed over the
mouth of u too-fresh hack driver of
tho Fashion Stables. His vulgar and
profane languago poisons the atmos-
Tin: Pacific IIoso Co. will practice
at laying hose, and coupling and un
coupling, to-monow evening, under
tho supervision of Mr. M. J). Monsar
i'nt. The hilliaid playing exhibition, by
Mr. J. l' P. MoCleory, begins at 8
o'c'ock this evening, in tho dining
hall of tho Hawaiian Hotel. Fifty
cents admission will be ehiuged.
Cbi Ham. Xouis says he has or
ilerml his uniform for (he Governor
ship of Ocean Island. The costume
consists of tlnce yiuilb of joyal tupu
cloth, six inches wide.
Mn. Purchmdt'a plantation, at
Paiiuilo, and Mr. Chun, Notloy's
plantation at the sumo place, have
been consolidated, and will bo run
under the management of Anthony
Lidgate, formerly of Laupahoohoo.
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It is said that a stage will bo built
from tho Palace gato, on King shoot
bide, to tho statue of Iviunchanioha in
(he Government yard whom
ancient Hawaiian battles will bo
enacted. Jt is further said that old
natives are now giving tho instruc
tions to the actors.
Mr. 'I hen. feurin came lo Hono
lulu by Hiu steamer C. H Uishop,
yofterdny, to get plutcs for photo
KrnpliinK Wnipio Valley, wheio lie
will e;o next week, uci'oinpaiiicil liy
KawklA, between Kukuihallo nnil
Ilonoknn, 1ms boon takon upby ono
of the Liilpilcs, and is being cleaicd
for cane planting. Ono of tlio Lau
pnhoehoe mills will be taken apart,
and -mil to Kuweln, whuie it will be
f i oin licndnunrtcrs
been issued, requesting nil members
of the military companies to as
semble nt Queen street unnory, to
morrow morning at 0 o'clock, in
full dross uniform, for the purpose
of attending the prorogation of tho
Legislature. If to-morrow is not
declared n holiday, or if the mer
chants arc not willing to allow their
military clerks leave of absence, the
turnout'will bo poor.
THE MIKADO TEA PARTY.
The most hopeful anticipations
respecting the Mikado Tea Party,
given last evening, in the Y. M. U.
A. Hall, by the teachers of the
Second Congicgation of St. Au
di ew's Cathedral, wore fully real
l7.ed in the event and its results,
lteforo the hour of beginning, the
hall was jammed full, and people
still seeking admission. The vari
ous parts of the entertainment were
sustained with credit to all con
cerned. The financial results were
highly satisfactory, $250 net having
DIALOGUE BETWEEN EX-MINISTERS.
lv n a. For sale, a fat berth
young and unnlloyed. Work of the
season about completed. Will fatten
considerably before next tax term.
K p na. Don't want it. As
soon as it smells me, it falls off.
Satisfied where 1 am, for the present.
K n a. All right, I will stick
to it a while longer that is, as long
as J can S' long.
Lanihau (w.). What's the mat
ter Paul V Not heard from you for
a month. Arc you working up a
divorce suit or something like that.
K n a. Don't get nervous
about me. I am not worn out yet.
Only want a new Kuhina Nui, and
everything will be as merry as a
marriage bell. When arc you and
the old woman coming back again?
The old gentleman is beginning to
look very sad and lonely.
The piofossional and practicable
shoe-black in this town drives a brisk
trade. The adjectives are used ad
visedly. Our meaning thereby is
one who plys ;t his trade steadily,
and who sticks at one stand. Sim,
the colored man on Merchant street,
is a good specimen of the piofession.
lie is always theie, exeepJng when
he is somewhere else. He has seen
fit to oiler his services to the public
on Sunday mornings, and it is a
mutual benefit. "Rather slow lust
Sunday," remarked the Professor,
"only took $3.50 woiking up to
noon." The writer thought Mr. Sim
must be making u pile somewhere or
other. He bets and perhaps gambles
a little generally, but on the whole
be may bo safely classed as a steady
man. Jacob rises caily, is always in
an affable mood, gives you a good
shine, charges 10 cents and thanks
you when you pay him.
BILLIARDSAT TnlTrlAYVAIIAN HOTEL.
A game of billiards, three-ball
carom game, came off at the Hotel
last evening, between two native
llawaiians, Junius Kaae and Alick,
who play slightly better than the
ordinary run of players, The game
was announced by Mr. McCleery, as
100 points for 810 a side. The room
was filled, and marked attention was
paid to the play. Kaae soon took
the lead, and maintained it through
out. Alick, his opponent, played a
good, steady game, but he had ill
luck in the-balls breaking for him.
Eight was the highest run made
during the game, and that by Kaae.
After 00 was passed Kaae played to
win, and gradually drew ahead, the
game being finally called 100 vs. 1)2.
Theie was loud applause and general
congratulations towards Mr. Kaae,
who is deuidedly the better player
of the two contestants. Alick is a
much vouimer man, in fact what is
usually termed, a boy, He plays a
pretty game, but he Jacks knowledge
for want of tuition. If he wants to
develop himself in the knowledge of
the game, now is the time to obtain
DEATH OF ISRAEL FISHER.
Mr. Israel Fisher, well-known at
one time as the local manufacturer
of a favorite cider, and for some
time pass confined to the Branch
Hospital at Kakaako, died at l
o'clock vesteidav afternoon. Ho
was found in his room Wednesday
afternoon, dressed in his best, lying
on his bed, breathing, heavily, and
in a condition of unconsciousness.
Medical assistance was summoned,
but the patient could not be restored
to his senses, and continued in the
shite found until ho expired about
21 l'ouis after. Poison of some
kind was undoubtedly tho cause of
death, and there can bo no doubt of
its having been administered hy lus
own bund. He had previously at
tempted the sumo, without success,
and it was known to some to have
been a settled purpose of his.
The deceased was an old Cali
fornia miner, of the early days,
Ho came to these islands many
years ago, but had not resided hero
contimioubly. He was a seafaring
itinu, and nt one time commanded
an inter-island schoonei. At an
other time lie kept n store on Maui,
llo left the islands several times,
with the intention of never return
ing, hut nhiays managed to get
back ngnin. He established his
cider business hero about V2 yeais
ago, nnil from a smnll beginning,
by diligence and economy, acquired
n nice little property, and was in
comfortable circumstances. One of
his distinguishing traits was, that he
was grateful for u favor and never
forgot a kindness.
Last night, between the hours of
!):ao and 1 :tfU, the only time when
Love's bakery is closed to patrons,
a daring burglary was committed.
At !) :U0, as above stated, Mr. .las.
Love closed the bakery, and as
customary, went home, leaving work
men in the bake-house. Mr. John
son made his appearance at 1 :tU, to
open the coffee saloon, when he dis
coveied the burglary. Persons
well acquainted with tho building
pasted, wiih poi, a sheet of stout
paper on one of the side window
panes, just above the lock. The
pane was broken, the paper pre
vented the glass from falling to the
ground and lessened the sound
caused by breaking. Having un
locked the window, the burglars
entered and ransacked the place.
About 6 in coin and two- silver
wntcles were taken from the till,
and one silver watch from a drawer.
The desk was broken open, but
nothing taken from it. The safe
was tried with screw-driver, but was
not opened. Notwithstanding the
fact that the moon was shining
brightly through the front windows,
and men were at work in back, the
burglars cotinued plundering, and
having secured nil the money avail
able, decamped through a side door,
not forgetting however to take a
quantity of cigars. There is no clue
to the party or parlies.
Thukdav, October Mth.
Ah, Wa charged as a common
nuisance by obsii tiding the street,
was reprimanded and discharged.
Fkiday, October loth.
Three Chinese entered a plea of
guilty to a charge of gaining. Re
manded for sentence.
Ah Ing and Ying Choy were
chaigcd with having opium in pos
session. Pica not guilty,
manded until 20th inst.
Ah Pack answered a
disoiderly conduct. Mr,
pcared 'for defendant,
by one Makai, and by the defend
ant. Nolle prosequi entered.
Win. Powell was chaigcd with de
serting his wife and failing to main
tain her. Plea not guilty.
Mis. Powell gave testimony that
they been married eight years, and
that defendant left her on Thursday
of last week, and returned at 11
o'clock on Sunday night. Nolle
Aaron 'Pallet, the Reformatory
School boy charged with stealing
sleeve-links, the property of Major
A. B. Ilayley, was again brought up
and remanded until the 18th inst,
at the request of prosecution.
AN ESSAY ON MONKEYS.
There are people in this com
munity who have no hesitation in
openly acknowledging the fascina
tion which monkeys have for the
human race. Usually these queer
creatures are called "horrid," and
their familiar advances are repelled
with (apparent) disgust. But it
may be said of a monkey as it has
been of vice :
"Grown familiar with its hideous
face we first endure, then pit', then
There are several kept as pets in
this town, and the demand is said
to be in excess of the biipply. A
dear good affectionate young lady
there is who'.e ambition it is to own
n monkey. When remonstrated
with, and reminded of the many
admirers who worship at her shrine,
she only sighs and declares that she
will not be content until she has a
Little children have been known,
when asked to choose between a
little girl or boy baby in the house,
to declare their preference for "a
monkey" in the place of either.
But those who once take a mon
key as a pet never can get rid of it.
Like tho Old Man of the Sea a mon
key is a fixture and a burden. They
arc apt, too, to live forever. There
is one in Hopper's olllcc on the
Esplanade that he has had since
18(11. How old it is no one can
tell. Except that its nui.xle has
fallen in somewhat (it has no teeth
now) there is not much change in
its appearance. This monkey went
tluot'gh the great fire of 1878 or'.),
which destroyed almost everything
else in the building. It was, of
course, supposed to have been burnt
up, but no! When the debris was
examined there it wiih hairless, of
course suffering for the want of
water, but apparently as good as
ever. This may bo an exceptional
case, hut it nerves to emphasi.c our
warning, Bewiuo of, Monkeys!
ti-imm LU- -Mi- '
"Who brayed there?" asked u
member ot the Canadian House of
Commons of the persons who were
trying, by interruption, to silence
him. It was an echo," retorted a
DU5MESS ITEMS. 4
ENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
nt ri"ironir I imr. - i xs Hl-'h
eiivpr Salon)!. mi 'iw
T CE CREAM - f 'ii- I'lin-.i-iiMi '.tIi-
k r-i-i quallti fiom one quail In iiliv
quantity ipwirds me dilivcxd piekt-d
lu ice, fruiu 11 o'clock a.m. t" 0 n'f lock
! m , In e of clmry to any pari In llmio.
lulu mid suburb by tlie'PIo n-oi' Siciim
Cnndy Factory nnil' Uakny
S5.00 ONLY is 'he pi ice charged
lor TW'i Uill"li nl nliy tillered
rich mid always fresit initio Mrani lee
Crciuii, guniiivi-e'1 'o '' nl'solulelv pure
it no pi) nt ihe Pioneer Steam Cindy
Kiictorv, Hi k -iv d 1 ( ( renin It loins.
l'l uelle.nl Cont'ucl toiler mid O nil
menter, Hotel St., 11 t. l'ort it Nutiaiiu
M. lluuiillnn iitul Dull Tele hones
No 7-I. .Ill If
XXX nil Li Piliuavern Manillas nl
Piuruiti: Frames and Cornices
niiule to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. king Uios. Art Store.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of line lee Cieani, Cakes mid
(.'undies. Tho Flito Ice Crciuii Pur
lois, 85 Hotel sticct, will attend your
ordeis pioniptly nnil guurantee en
tile satisfiiclion. Hell Telephone 182
Mutual ;!:!8. U
Dn. Flint's 11i;aut Kumiidy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
oiico and ali-o for Diseases of Kidneys
. nnil Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Hem-on Smith it
Co., Agents. :i.rL
1'atuonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingley, Cigar
liiinifaetiuer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly tilled. The attention
of dealcis is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell thoM' cigars. Do not forget the
miiiH' J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crvstal Soda Works, Hotel street.
The War is Over !
We me not giving imytlihiK nw.iy to
'ell our f.'ooili', ! wu ie iiv in nun king
jiood.i ut n sniiill prrfil. This we have
done mid will continue do so
LADI ES, wo ask you to go and price
goml at tin; lioiiti s t lint me advertising
cutting pi ifC4 in two nnil selling below
cost; then come and price our goods nnd
it you do not lind the pries lower than
thu lowest, don't purclin-e from us.
Our Stock of
StaplB & Fancy Dry Goofls
Is nil new and Ir.sh, direct fiom Europe,
New Yoik uml ban Francisco, compris
ing l lie following iiitioles:
Dlack and Colored Silks and Satins,
Merinos, Ribbons, Laces, Hosiery,
Gloves, Lawns, Linens, Shootings,
Shirtings, Table Linen, Napkins,
Towels, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wc lmve a li.ll line of
In the Latest St.ile-. ol Ti binned and un
trimmed Huts Feathers, Flowers, Vel.
vets, Hat Pins, Ilird-, etc., etc.
GENTLEMEN, wolmvc something
for 3.111 In the sliupe of a
Which we eliiiin is 1I10 het in this mur
ket for the piice. It is dillereut from
ui.y other in this inaiket. Wo havu
them Iumdrled nnil Unhtunilricil, In two
grudes Come in nnd ree them.
A full line of
Always on linnil n-id nl bottom prce.
11 lni'ro and well aHirtctl
In Silks, Satins, Poagee,
Glass Cloth, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Fahs, Sishos, Etc., Etc. Etc.
L idles nnd Gentlemen limy re&t as
sured of fair ilnilliiK uml eoui-leoni
lieiitinent. Goods ihown with pleasure
and samples t'nriiUIied.
Comer Koit nnd Hotel streets.
GEO. II. PEACOCK,
ilnnttger. 07 Fr 8in
We are Fighting Opposition!
No connection with any corner,
OST Lookout whun thu 'riSAU'LE of FASHION will
have ono day in this month, where we will give Goods
HERE WE COME
U'inost OiiHtoin. Made
liver brought to llio-o I-liuuU uml wli'uh ivc will ell at the following
1C0 Dozen Hoys' Wool Suits, per sub..
Fine I'.i.siness Suit?, per viit
" All Wool ' Extra vuhie.pir suit
K. Pine Mlnck l)i e. " ' " " '
( rUi ig Pun , jjcr piir
Also nn Ex ra Fine Lii
'JLho C1i'jiom, iiiul
100 Dozen Unluuiiiliipil Shit In per piece
100 " Mens, Fine IJiider-hu ls, per piece
100 " " " While Dio-sShiit-, per piic;.
100 " " All Wool Wirkliigbliirtsv' "
50 " " htrnw Huts, per piece
75 ' Boys' " " " "
We are eonliilent that the e prices will salKfy the niol uxuuting.
AVc only tnlvertiso what we ineaii !
Any uiiNutifiictoi'y article may lie returned and the money
will he cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.ll'hT Kl UE1VI '!), THE FINEST LINES OF
HATS, CAPS, ETC, KTC.
Latest Styles suul Novel tius in Neckware.
Also, by repented and special request, 11 uniill iuioiee of the lincfcl Imiul.made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Olitiiiuuble in the
CFormeily with Samuel NotO.
Impoi'lui and I.ulir in
STOVES, GHA63DELBERS, LAMPS,
CKOCKl.ltY, GLASAl.l, HOUSE FUIINJBHIXG HAItnWAUK,
AGATE 1HON AND TINWARE
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Stoic formerly oci 1 1 j i.-1 by r-. N '1T, opposite .Spreckeh L Co.'b Hnuk -j
19 & 81 Kim Street,
JJiiian4s Innii "Kiiifr anil Alercliimt HtN.
Every description of work lu the nbovo
Alsp, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
1ST Ut'll Telephone, 107. "Xiia
mitl (55 Fort S(rct.
wo arc just below.
TO THE FRONT !
ill I Miliyii
2 .'0 upwards.
a .in "
18 00 "
1 00 "
e of Men's mid Hovs.'
IJk(, in tUti IVInrke.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Old Hose Premises,
Hues performed in ft tlrst-class manner.
t Bell Telephone, 107. '
Health is Weal!
K. C. West's Neiitk and llnAis Tiiiiat.
Mlmt, n Kunointoxl ppccllio for Hjstcrin, lllizi.
liiMM, Convulilons. fits, Nervous Meuralnl.t,
Hwulnch", Nervous l'roslrnllon. caused by tliuUMi
ir blcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, MhiiIuI IJo
.tMion, Softonlnii of tlm liratn. rosulliiiK In in.
wuiity trail IradinK to misery, dorny and dmtl.s
1'ri'innture Old Ao, llarrenne. Loss of 1'oupi
In cither sex. Iuvoluntnryljoc;esiind8periniitirr
rlicca, caused by over-xcrtlon of tho brain, hi-K.
abueo, or oTOr.lndulRoucc. l!ftch box conliiii i
ono month's tniitmont. $1.00 a Ikix, or six boiro
tor $5.00, nontby mntl prepaid on rocoipt of price
WE GTJAnAXTF.n hix. noxr.s
To euro nnr case. WiUi ench ordor rpcoiveil by ii
for six boxes, accompanied with S5.UJ. vrs nil
sonil tho purchaser oar written Kuarnntco to re
fund Uiomontyif tho trentment does not elfe.t
B euro. Guarantees issued only by
era 1 1 oijIj i ht i-: 1 1 jt c o.
YTEw11lftrt!,tttevwrl lirnny r. f Ufff Ccnpltlst'
I7ipli, Pitk H.tMl, laJf mien, CoeillrftlloQ er OU? nrni,
' ! c with Km", V.itubl. Lltir lllli, k.o lb. dlrrt.
tloftiirt ilrlctlr tompluj wlih. Iltjttt partly tpubl,tt,t
T.r U lo (It, uUilKilon. Rnjir CtJ. Urft Um,in.
UlilTf 10 rllli, IS t.ati. y !, by ill drurtliti. (
MuAtf rfilti ftiid taluUdft. Th K.nulnt tufttiiirwturfl tlr W
IOIIN C. WEST & CO, HI A ll W. Uli.on Fu, Cbjc.,,.
Vr UUlptU(f w&lbjttkUr,r-kllcQrtitii,lof 9c&titA3p.
llolltHti'i' A: Oo..
80 ftm Wliolf-tilu nnil Reti II Agent.
The White House,
'n,;i 1H Niniiuiu !iriit.
11 jiioluhi, 11. 1.
Private Family Hotel; Term" liaison
able: First. i'lass Accoinino(ialloa.
M. W.PANDBHS, Piopriitor.
Store for llunl, and Fix
tures for Sale.
npHAT desirable Stoie now oecutiicil
X by ihc LADIES' IIA5SAAH, KS Fort
street, nnil nil the Fiiure. Glii'-" CaM?,
i-n., for ,iili For lurlhcr tmrtit'tiliirx,
enquire on 'be Prrini-i 410
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOHK, Practical Confectioner,
Pio-tiy Cook uml linker.
71 Hotel Si. -JGT Telephone 71
liming teemed ihe Seiviie i f
G-eo. C. Stratemeyer
e .ire piepiired to execute nil
-, or SSin
Ll.U PL AX ING MII1.S.
ler-Islanfl S. H. Co.,
Tlie JBest T?.ont:e
to Ihc World Pcnowneil
Volcano of Kilauea
'I ho new n d u uncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Letivcs ''onolubi nt 10 o'elork a.m. on
TUESDAY. Ueiobtr G Ii.
The sle.iiiier -ns-e. aloim the rntir
cou.t of 'he hev.i r ' sidi of lli.w il, nl.
fording toiirh-is 11 iiuniumii of charm.
ing scener, and wll stop at K1-1 hike,
kuu liny, where Mitlleiciit time i nllow.
fil t viril ihc Mi'iiiiint'iil of Captuin
Touri'-ls by this lotito rencli I'linaluu
nt ."i o'clock on ihe dny afler leaving
Honolulu, being only one nlglu on tho
vescl, milking llie entire pit-cage in
smooth wntur. At I'limtluu theie ! the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom theie totir'nls will be conveyed
by railroad to l'nliulii. thence by stage
conch to lliilf.wny Ilotuc, where horses
nnd eiiide- will lie in atlciidiuue to con.
vey llii 111 10 tin Vol i no.
Tom his il' linvelo nights nnd one
whole dny at the Volcano House.
Tickets tor the 1 ouid trip, $ 50, which
includes all expense 1.
Apply t UAItltY AKMITAGE,
Agent, nt illiimih' I'linlo'iapli Gnlh ry,t
Fori slr c , or nl the ofllce of llie 1. I. S.
N. Co.. Eiplniiiiile. f;t"0 dm
FistiDlates, Bolts & SdiKbs.
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
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