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? Henry "Williams, : Hawaiian Hotel
Pltdgtd to neither Beet nor Pirtj.
Bat (lUbllshed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. MAR. 1G. 1887.
The number of unemployed
Honolulu at tho present time
greater than many people 'suppose.
The demand for help of the kind
which is most abundant hero in the
city, appears to be unequal to the
supply. Major Gulick's Employ
ment Agency reports that "quite a
number of men who are apparently
honest in their desire to iind employ
ment have lately applied for situa
tions, stating that they would be
content for the present at least
with nominal wages till they could
satisfy their employers of the value
of their services. These men have
amongst them book-keepers, car
penters, blacksmiths, cooks, hostlers,
men who would be willing to attend
to the numberless requirements in
and around the home of a private
family, such as the care of a horse
and carriage, door yard, garden, re
pairing fences and out buildings,
etc., etc." Similar testimony comes
from the Registry ofllce of Messrs.
. E. Brown & Co. All of which
serves to emphasize our suggestion
that the government proceed with
undertakings provided for by the
Loan Act, with as little delay as
There arc some things which are
so clearly demonstrable, that no two
opinions can exist as to the right and
the wrong. One of theso relates to
road metaling. It can bo shown,
and has been shown a thousand
times over, not on paper, but by
actual experiment, that road metal
must be broken to a small and even
size, in order to make a good and
lasting road, and that the founda
tion must be of the same small
material as tho top layer. Putting
large stones at tho bottom and small
ones at the top, never has, and
never can, make a good road. A
little wear will cause the largo bot
tom stones to protrudo through the
surface, creating an uncvenness that
would never result if tho entire
covering were properly broken. Il
lustrations of this poiut can be seen
all around Honolulu. And yet our
road makers will persist in building
roads on this old, and in other coun
tries discarded, plan. Tho system
is being applied to Liiiha street, but
out on Bcretania street, near Puna
hou, a little variation is being in
troduced, tho variation consisting in
making largo stones do tho entire
service, from bottom to top. Per
haps tho little patching recently
done thcro is not intended to bo
finished, but as nothing additional
lias been done for several days past,
it would appear that It is supposed
to bo in a flt condition for public
trafllc. Tastes differ, and some
pcoplo would prefer ploughing
through mud to driviug over bowld
ers. Although it appears in this
particular case that tho public tasto
runs pretty much in one Hue, not
over the rocks, but on one side, and
n portion of the newly repaired road
is universally shunned by people
on foot, in carriages, and on horse
back. Daro wc hope that this im
portant department of government
will ever be directed by a little
THE TRUTH HARD TO GET AT.
The truth is sometimes hard to
gut at. One man makes an appa
rently credible statement, backed
up with concurrent testimony of the
same character. There seems to
be no reason for doubting tho au
thenticity and accuracy of the in
formation received. The next per
son, gives another version, sup
ported by as good testimony ns the
first, and contradictory to it. A
third perhaps differs widely from
both the others. It is extremely
dilllcult under such circumstances
to ascertain what is tho truth a
difficulty which newspaper men fre
quently experience. Sometimes it
happens that incorrect information
is given unintentionally, the infor
mant believing his own story, and
sometimes the true version is op
posed by a false one in the same
way. But it also sometimes hap
pens that a false tale is told inten
tionally, for the purpose of mis
leading, tho author having a motive
for wishing to mislead. One would
supposo that in a small community
ltkc that of Honolulu, the truth
could be easily sifted out in all
matters of the nature referred to ;
but it is not bo. It is just as hard
in some cases as extracting lime
juice from a stone. This can
scarcely be taken as a flattering re
flection on the community. Every
human being is liable to err, and
may unwittingly miss the truth in a
statement which he makes in good
faitli ; but no man, who is worthy
of being called a man, will know
ingly and purposely falsify. When
a roan's word caunot be relied upon,
it is bad for the man.
THE NATIONAL PAWN-SHOP OF CHANCE
ITS METHODS AND ADVANTAGES.
In the center of a busy commer
cial quarter in Paris in the Rue
des Biancs Manteatix is a large 5
story building, with its windows se
curely barred and wired, as if some
ting precious was contained within,
with the ever prominent words,
ItT.tlinrtv V.nllnlitt? T?rnfnrnSttr "
carved on its walls, and under the
doorway of which, just under tho
tricolor, may be read in large, gold
lettering, "Monte do Pietc." Sev
eral republican guards walk about
the large courts within, and there
arc other signs of officialism that the
building in question is national pro
perty. It is, indeed, the head
quarters of the national pawn-shop.
With us, when an unexpected crisis
in one's financial aflairs leads him
temporarily to get rid of some of his
personal property, he euphonisti
cnlly tells his friends that he has
been to his "uncle's." A French
man in similar straits visits his
"aunt," whose real name through
out France is the Monte do Pietc.
There are no odious associations
about this national institution such
as have become connected with some
establishments conducted by some
pious Israelites. A Frenchman will
not slink away sneakingly to his
"aunt," but when necessity re
quires it, will visit her fearlessly
and openly as he would tho Escomto
dc Paris or the Credit Lyonnais.
The Mont do Picte is indeed a bank,
without capital and without a divi
dend. From tho budget of the Paris in
stitution for 1877, which the Direc
tor, M. Edniond Duval, has just
placed in tho hands of the Munici
pal Council, nu idea may be obtain
ed of tho amount of business dono
at this bank of piety. Tho estimat
ed income is put at 98,319, 020
francs about 3,732,384 and as
the accounts are supposed to do little
moro than balance, the expenditure
is placed at several thousand pounds
less. A decreaso in the business
dono during tho year is attributed
to the fact that many people of all
professions have been compelled to
leave tho city, owing to tho depres
sion of trade. Connected with the
principal Mont do Piete thero aro
twenty auxiliary bureaus throughout
the town, and it is perhaps about tho
only institution in Paris which is
open all tho year round, fete days
included. Tho Director of tho con
cern is appointed by the Minister of
tho Interior, and tho administration
of tho concern is under tho Prefect
of tho Seine. Eight per cent is
charged as interest on the articles
pledged. This charge is unquestion
ably high, but tho expenses it has
to meet aro considerable. In irreg
ular pawn-shops tho percentage
charged sometimes reaches 50 per
cent. The administration of the
Mont do Picte contemplates reduc
ing tho rato. Tho money thus ac
quired goes to pay tho expenses of
management. At the end of a
year or fifteen months, if tho pledgor
does not respond to a communica
tion ho receives from tho Mont and
renew his pledge, or take out his
property, it is sold. Within tho
general administration of the Mont
do Picto there is nn army of officials
called tho commissaircs priscuts,
who value the property pledge.
During last year there were 1,563
sales of unclaimed property, which
realized 2115,1187 francs, 'Alio com
missaircs priscurs look after these
sales, and their charge is 5 per cent.
The Director complains that the
charges of these commissaiics aro
excessive, and threatens reform.
Should the property told get moro
than it was originally valued at,
the owner gets tho difference, but
he docs not lose through depreciation
of value. Articles may be renewed
ad infinitum. At the immense
stoic-house in the Hue des Biancs
there arc articles that have been re
newed for over forty years. One
antiquated umbrella has been there
since 1828, during which time its
value has been paid four or five
times over in interest. As a dif
ferent colored ticket is given each
lime a pledge is renewed, the um
brella has long since exhausted all
tho colors of the rainbow, and on the
last occasion, when the ticket was
presented for renewal, the Mont dc
Picte made a present of the vener
able paraplulo to tho proprietor.
After all the expenses of the Mont
dc Picte have been met, the balance,
if any, goes to the public assistance
tho relief of the poor. There are
between forty and fifty Monts dc
Piete in France, andall are managed
on the same principle, and tire under
the care of the Municipal Councils.
Tho Paris houso wishes to'have a
capital fund, but tho Government
will not allow it. The town of
Lille is the only town which lias a
fund (the result of private dona
tions) for its pawn-shop, and
charges no interest on ai tides less
than 30f value. Outside the nation
al institution pawn-broking is pro
hibited in France. A man was re
cently caught who carried on a suc
cessful business by buying pawn
tickets, and ho will in due course be
The Mont dc Pieto was first es
tablished in 1778 and became at
once a great success. It was sup
pressed during the Revolution on
the ground that it was a monopoly,
and immediately the Jews and the
Lombards stepped in and carried on
n nourishing business. The repub
lic considered the condition of things
"intolerable," re-established the
Mont dc Pietc after five years, and,
with slight changes now aud then in
the administration, it has continued
ever since with increasing success.
Thero arc opponents to the system,
bulAI. Edmond Duval, in a work
which he is preparing, giving tho
wholo history and administration of
the institution, says that the annual
results of the Mont dc Pietc show
that the establishment has become
indispensable to tho population of
Pariswho are too intelligent to pay any
need to the reproaches of usury
leveled against it. Doubtless, lie
adds, sonic alterations arc necessary
in the administration, but no one
can deny that it renders important
services. fPall Mall Gazette.
BATTLING IN SOUDAN.
Kome, Feb. 13. The Italian
Commander at Mnssowuh has re
ported as follows: Botctti, com
manding at Saati, January 25th, at
11 a. si., saw tho heights occupied
by a thousand Abyssians, who dis
appeared on the firing of some
shells. Borctti sent out a party
under Lieut. Como, who surprised
and engaged the enemy. Tho latter
advanced intrepidly on all sides to
within 300 yards of the Italian po
sitions. Thero was desperate fight
ing until 5 o'clock, when the enemy
retreated. Borctti applied for re
enforcements, and tho General sent
a column under Col. Decristoforis.
The column was delayed by diffi
culty in transportation, and Decris
toforis asked for more men and
guns. While re-enforcements were
on the way it was learned that De
cristoforis' column had been mas
sacred after forming a square and
defending themselves to tho last
mana ml calridgc. The relief party
found tho bodies lying in the oider
in which the men fought and the
enemy retiring. Many of tho
corpses were mutilated.
d r."-z:j i
Oh Friflay, MarcH 180,
At 12 o'clock noon, wo will sell at
Public Auction, nt tho Pacific Naviga
tion Oo.'n Wharf, foot of Nuuanu btrcct,
a lot of
Surplus Ships' Stores
WATER TANKS, Etc,
Landed from tho brig "Allio ltowc."
E, P. ADAMS
ON ACCOUNT OF IIKPA1R3 TO
their houso. MH. and MH3. II. W.
SCHMIDT will not, bo nt homo for tho
next few weeks.
JJ'ull Company !
Will give a nrrftrninnoo for tho Boncflt
nf tho HONOLULU YAOI1T AND
NEW LOCAL HITS!
Tho full Prrginmme will le given In
Ilox Plnn open at J. E BUOWN &
CO.'S on Titoday morning. 0 8t
Am Sonntag, den 20 Maerz, Vor
mlttags 11 Uhr, Dcutscher Gottcs
dionst durch Ilcrrn Pastor Isenberg
in der Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Kaiserlich Dcutches Konsulat.
Honolulu. 84 fit
MR. MORRIS HYMAN will act
for me under full power of nttoi
ncy during my absence from till- King,
dom. JOSEPH HYMAN.
March 14, 1887. 83 lw
A REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET
ing of iho hoard of Trustees of
tho Queen's Hospital will be held itt the
Hooin of tho Chimbur of Comnurco on
THURSDAY next, tho 17th inat., at 11
a. m. Per order.
F. A. SOHAEFER, Scc'y
Honolulu, March 14, 1837. 8J St
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by TIIOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Klncr and Nuuanu street, is to let Ap
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & KOBINSON.
Retail, $1.00 per Gallon.
Wholesale, Way Down Low.
OF SUPEBI0E QUALITY.
Assorted Widths and Lengths
Just received per "C. R. Bishop," in
good order, and for sale in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Prices, by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
MISS CLARKE, wile-has had many
veins experience in Drcs & Clonic
Making, lias OPENED A DRESSMAK
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
MRS. RODANET. tho well-known
dressmaker, recently returned
from Paris, lias her drcss-muking rooms
still on Emma street, above tho square.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
Boll at Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises on
nt present occupied ns a residence by
The Lot hai a frontngo of 140 foot on
Lunalllo Street, and a d-pth of 150 feet,
and Is well covcrid with gms. Water
In Id on throughout tliu premise.
There Is nn tho premise,
A 2-Story Di Bill House
Well arid nubstatitinlly built, with Bay
Window fronting tho ttrcet.
Tho houso contains ft spacious Parlor,
Dining Room mid Bedroom on tho
lower iloor. Alo, Large Kitchen, Pan
try u ml Bath Room. On the upper lloor
arc D Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. Thcio is also n largo
Carrlago Houso and Stable on tho Lot
This is ono of tho moot dcslrablo resi
dence offered for sulc. Tho ground
having a natural slo e ensures perfect
Drainage, nnd commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wal
igrP.utlcs wishing to Inspect the
premises cau do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
78 td Auctioneers
For n Coni'MC of 8 Lessons,
Sulllclciit to uet tho pupil to rending and
writing Pnouogriiphy, &.).
For n Complete Klemciitnry
Of Tweuly.four Lessons, 818.00.
For the Itenoirtiug Course,
Asufllclciitnunibcrof Lc sons to make
the pu II, with prorcr e.oriion on bis
pan, a Practlcil Rt potter, 875. Or,
Reporting Lcs-ons uriy bo taken in
Courses of Twonty.foiir Lcs'ons, for
818 per C-mriO. Three Cour.es or
sovcnty.two Lessons, will generally suf.
This instruction may be takn by mail.
For particulars enquire lit THIS OF
FICE. 70 lm
The Daily BolMin
March 1 1th,
To ho huil at
J. II. SOPER, - - Merchant Street
A. M. IIEWETT - Merchant Street
H.WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
A MEETING OF THE BTOCK
holdeisof Iho Mutual Telephone
Coinpnny will bo held at Iho Company's
Building, nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance is requested.
By order of tho Diicctois.
82 lOt A. JAEGER, Scc'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put in Slot is, Houses, Servants' Out
houses, Stablos, nnd
Burglar Alarms !
At reasonable rates. For further
particulars call on
Unn anil Loekttuilth,
Bethel Street, Honolulu.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Alistiact of Tlllo
Fumlslud, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Afloncy. Mil. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mil. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency, No.. :I8 Mer
Hell Telephone .'UN. p. o. Jlox 415.
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
A uuvsitUs it iu the Daily Bulletin,
Mutual Telephone Go
Bell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 872
P. O. Box M)7.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants Ileal Estate Agents, Cus
tom Houso nnd Monoy Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDEDTO.
Lease, Contract', nnd nil kinds of Con-
cymolnK. Tiadenncn's Hooks wilt-
ten up, Rent1) mid Accounts col.
lectid, Returns prompt-
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler tho following:
To Rcnl. Three House? on Lllllia Street.
Rooms to Rcnl. Four very hnnd-otiicly
ftiinlshul ioiiiih In largo house; well
Hlitmtcd on iMiiinuu Avenue. Rent
$lo a mouth each.
To Lol. Tno house and grounds situated
In Nuuinu Acmio, icceiiily occupied
by A.J. Cntiwilln, Jr, Esq.
OHlcoto Let With Window, If icquliol,
in Campbell Block, Mei chant street.
To Lot. A doomed C tinge, with Cir
liigu House unit Outhouse-, Nuuanu
Avenue, neir Ooveiiimsnt reuivoir,
uljiivo litu IJiiPcn Dowager hitunas
place, with iibout 2 acres of laud 2if
milci f i om tuwii. Kent 10 permmiih
To Let. A Gloomed Cttltii;c, with kitchen
ntiacbed; upper end nt Xiitiunu
Aciue, oppu-lltt " Valley llonlo," in
excellent older. Rcbtlts
To Lot. Two Cntt.ige?, Minuted in the
Cliinc-e I hutuli picmlrO'.
Houso and Lot lor Sato. Very dcslrnhlo
residence on Ueietniila Street. Tlio
li uii-o contains 4 Bedruoim, Parlor,
Dining-room, lmti, Kitchen and
11a liiooin, Mosquito piool. House
ntw and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet villi i-rivllego of
buyliiH next lol. Will be sold tlicaj.
Fos Salo or Rent A dunning roidcuoe
on Klnau street, containing 'J bed
ioi ms, parlor, dining room, kltclit n
bath, Ac. Garden f out nnd buck;
rairhigc house, sialics and servant's
For Salo or Leaso -With linmcllntc pos.
M'x-lon, tlmi vnluaiilo otiiiu known ns
Iho iNUUANU VALLEY B.vNCH,
sltiiuttd in iho Nullum Valley. 1A
niilciirom tho city, and undoubtedly
the niou eligible slto for a milk or
lnmcntia miner uiuo in uiisniiiguom.
For Lcaso The roldinco and raiuro
lands nt I'nuoa Vnlliy, occupied by
Mrs Long. A pleiuliit propeity.
For Sale 1 Open Sldi-B ir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Squuio Pjiino, iy, Oc
tnvc', in g.oil trder.
1 Upright Piano, 7. Oclnves, in good
Wanted Rc pedal le youth to assist in a
Im-iticj-H tstiblisliincnt iu tin city,
and ln'ika hinitclf generally useful;
would lvtl.le with the f unity; wagc,
with bo.ird and lodging, $15 a month
Wanted. A re!pcutib'c F.uglhh or Ger
man Gill to asbisl iu u small fi.mlly.
Wanted Hy n rompe'ent Enginco , hold.
lug uts'.ciu'S ciriiiicnto', anil ntgtily
ilci lnmcndtd, situation at sea or on
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
lour or live rooms. Must bo in good
lorn ily, ml within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Olllcc.
Wanted. A JnpancsoNuise.
Situation Wanlcd By a rarablo man,
tlioioighy uiidi'Ma'ids the caie of
l.o ma. Good driViT, if lequiied;
marritd; wl o coed housikecper and
Situation Wanted By a Rtrady man, as
cuucliiiiiin, or charge of la lies; liigli
ly ricomnicntlid. " ell iicqtinlnud
Situation Wanted By steady man; mat
ried. I nilcrstnmls the care of Block;
Good driver. Wife gild scimsirest.
Situation Wanted Bv nn ixicricncid
lnnic-makcr; not puticuliir as to
employment; will's not to muoh un
object a a permanent position.
Situation Wanted By an (xpcilenocd
Accountant and L'ook kiej or, from
SJ8 Merchant Street.
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
GHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
We hnvo this day received by tho S. 8.
Australia, tho finest lint of
over shown in this el'y. They are
all Colors and tho very
A Complete line of
In White nnd Rluck. All
tho Latent Novelties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading JHillinery Houso.
CUlt. 1 OUT & HOTEL NTS.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X udvwrtUe iu thu Daily Udi.ixtin,
ltetl Tclctihoiio 318. I. O. Jlox 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JloohM written un, ArcoiuitH nil it
Employment nnd Shipping Ancucy.
Labor Contract lilunks nnd Revenue
Btumps always on hind. Copying and
tnuiHiiWli'g In nil language nml In this
Kingdom. Oidtrd from tlio other Is
lands will rccelvo prompt attention.
Wanted Situation. By nn old resident
who Is fnin.luir with iho Hawaiian
liugmiae. Also, imdcr-,tniids pltutii
lion mirk. Will kp book nu I at
tend io tlio general details of liilncus.
Employment lu tho t Ity vrefir id
Wanlod Situations. By llireo ilul.clnss
Jh oli.kei puis niitl nfllco men ulioc.nn
glvu lliu best of lvlcicncfs. Will not
object to employment in thel"1 cupaeliy
Wanted Slluallon. A n Luna on a plan,
tat Ion by a tiinn who hm had Fcveral
yeas expiritncc in this country in
Waalcd. A Cottage wl'hln five minute'
walk of thn Post Ofllce, suitably ap.
polntid for tho accommodation of n
Wanted Employment bv competent
die dy, bottle s who will mnko tbrin
si lvrs tif eful in taking earn of tit or
nrtlsn it gardens., and in other light
work ri quit ul by ptlv.ilo liiiinly.
Wanted. A Situation 'iy a competent
practical Engineer, who bus hud miny
yeur.' ONpeiici.tif, and can glvo Iho
best of iifcicucrs. Employment on a
Wanted Employment by a fliat.clnss
carpenter, who would bo glad to take
a situation on u plant illon, or inn
private family, wlirio he could make
himself gciieinlly useful in keeping
buildings fence", &c, lu repslr, tuk
ing euro of horncs, a door yard, or gar.
Also, by a flist-class Horscshoer; would
like n job on a plintatlon whereho
could tlo gcncinl repair work.
For Loaso Cottigc sultnble for n small
finilly, 5 mnim; kitchen nttiicbtd.
Stable nicmnniodatiims if ile.-ircd. A
beautiful location about three miles
up the vtilluy road.
For Loaso. Cottage sui'nblo for small
family, 4 rooms; nnd ono attached
with 2 room. Carriage shed. About
"H miles up tho alloy road.
These cottages ail'diil rnro opportunl
ties to inv.illtli and othint wlio detlrc to
enjoy the henelit of tin- pure mountain
air and climato of Nuuinu Valley, uta
moderate elevation ; and, In fact, would
prove aperfict t-nnilniium within eusy
reach of the, busineisi part of town.
For Leaso. 40 Acres of Land, 2J miles
from Mobsman's corner 15 acres of
which is suitable for either Klce or
Tnio, anil has bten under cultivation
for tlio last 0 year.-. All buildings
necessary for a ilrst-class little much
now on the premise .
For Salo 2 nnc or Choico Tarn Land,
limine neir the Insane Asjlum.
Valuablo Propcriics lor Salo. 2 Acres of
Land, spltndidly sininud in Makiki
1 Aero in Makiki, on Bcrclaula street,
tine building site.
IJii Acres with 4.rnom Cottage, on Liliba
blrect, A rate chance.
Full particulars glveu upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
This lino voting trotting bred stnlllon
will tn d i In comluit tejson at Didd's
8tal lesj Kupiolani Paik, to a limited
number of mares.
Term, 830.00 NenHon.
APTOS OHIEU", bay Malllon, by
Spic latlon; ho by hy-tlyk'n ILunble.
it ulau, nut ot Miuihi Washington, by
Burr's Washington hor dam ly Abilal.
'ah. 1st dam hy Lady P ml, by Skiigg's
Rittler; her tlnni try Gluicoe. Tlio
nliovu stallion was raised by bir Claus
For fuithcrpirtlculira enquire nt the
FASHION S'lABLES, or ot F. HUB
TAOK, at Hustace & Kobertsou's onlco,
Queen Strict. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
'lliN flno yotiug trottlng-brrd stallion,
4 years old, will btnntl lor tlio coming
sa-on nt tlio corner of QUEEN &
TerniH, $25 the Hciihoii.
YOUNG VENTURE is a Maok stal.
Hon, bred by .Mr. Horner, of Mnui; his
dam was a line mure, linll P.itchi'ii and
half Blank Morgi'ii; be Is kind, gpntlo
nnd kiy1it.Ii ; no faulia whatever, and
one of lliu cl-isebt bred Btiilllpfm in tlio
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In caa any maio should fnll to havo
n foul by bim, his scrvlcis will bo ron.
dered next m iuoii freu of charge.
For further particulars enquire of
IT I"' OAIT. CLUNEY.
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
bought out tlio entire interest of
CHARLLS II. PFEIFFEH. lu the late
tlrm of tpeur and l'fclller, begs to notl.
Iy his former customers and tho public
Uiitlio Is lliDHolo ownir of ald huei-ni-f-s,
and will cury 111 lliu busluefs of
said Into lltm, tolicltlng for himself the
pationago heretotniu mutinied b ii1 tlriii.
All ilolit nnd claims ugninst tho said
late linn ot Spear & Pfclller will bo
paid by the undersigned. '
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated Murcli 4tli, 18)7. 77 lm
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