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THURSDAY, MAR. 17, 1887.
ADVICE AND ENCOURAGEMENT.
According to the address ot Hon.
J. E. Bush delivered to the King
Malietoa, and published in the Ha
waiian Government Gazelle, the
"advice nnd encouragement" of His
Majesty the King of Hawaii 1ms
been promised to the Kimr of Samoa,
should the latter desire it.
Some people have an almost pro
fane contempt for the Samonn mis
sion. Such persons could never
have had much pilikia themselves,
or they would be more considerate
of the Samoan sovereign's feelings.
Beset by difficulties and complica
tions that would irritate a Glad
stone, poor Malietoa must indeed be
greatly cheered by the kind words
of the monarch of so mighty a power
ns tho Kingdom of the Hawaiian
Islands. With armed lcbellion in
front of him nnd the complications
of American, English, and German
diplomats about him, what can be
more consoling than good, whole
some "advice," nnd to be patted on
. the back by way of " encourage
ment':1" Those who would begrudge
the King of the Samoaus this little
relief cannot be men of broad minds
or of philanthropic instincts.
A great deal is heard on tho streets
of Honolulu about the expense of
Mr. Bush's trip, as if they could
actually calculate, as Jhoy wpuld the
price of a cargo of sugar, the value
in dollars and cents, of ''advice and
encouragement." Had tho Hawaiian
Envoy piomiscd men, arms, and
ammunition and a naval force, peo
ple of sordid minds might be able
to figure out the exact cost of tho
Samoan business, while the cash
value of "advice and encourage
ment" must for over lcmnin nn un
But the Envoy has carried more
than a budget of harmless ptomises.
He has actually invested Malietoa
with the -'Grand Cross of tho Royal
Order of the Star of Oceania."
Onco qn a time, armies carried
sacred banneis, rendered so by the
special benedictions of their spiritual
superiors, and the banner, in every
case, was invincible, whatever be
came of 'the army. It is to be hoped
that the kahuna's benedictions were
well spread over the "Grand Cross,
and that the "advice and encourage
ment" tendered may be effectively
seconded by tho charmed outfit in
which Malietoa will bo ablo to meet
his rebellious subjects as well as the
importunities of foreign diplomats.
Tho salutations, the proffered
"advlco and encouragement," and
the decoration wero received by tho
samoan monarch wuu me courtesy
juid dignity befitting tho pccaslon,
and with a proper sense, it is to be
hoped, of the surpassing potential
ity of tho alliance they suggested.
There is, however, no little danger
that his Samoan Majesty may be
come over-conscious of a sense of his
own importance. What with Ger
many and England and America all
after him at once, and Hawaii coin
ing in ns a fourth claimant for tho
high honor of adopting him, he
would not be human if his "buz-
zum," like Artemu9 Ward's, didn't
swell with many vast and varied emo
tions. Unable to contain his pent-up
feelings, but with tho terror of the
great powers of two continents
evidently upon him, his perturbed
ideas arc loo big for publiu use, and
he determines to have it out, in a
private vis-a-vis with hjy lfew pio
tege, so he perorates" Ids reply with
tho slguiitcant words, "I shall be
r hlfppy further to meet you piivatc-
ly." Did he smell tho champagne
from afar, or was he, with the politi
cal prcsclcnco which is supposed to
locate only in crowned heads,
anxious, before committing himself
futther, to know the true icwardness
of his distinguished visitor's mis
sion? The private interview would, no
doubt, be a most interesting event,
a sort of red-letter day in Samoan
annals. Tho despatches published,
so far, do not stale whether the
private interview passed away in the
midst of exhaustive festivities in
which the comparative merits of Ha
waiian gin, German beer, English
stout, or American white-eye were
fully tested, or whether It was de
voted entirely to statistics relative
to tho number of generals and
ofllccrs of high rank in the Hawaiian
army of two hundred nnd fifty men
and boys, or the number of pounds
avoirdupois of lighting meat carried
by tho jolly tars of the Hawaiian
The newly invested loyal member
of the Royal Order of the Star of
Oceania, if he was left time between
drinks to think at all, must have
cogitated very seriously on the "ad
vice and encouragement," backed by
such all-conquering forces, which,
with yet more irresistible gin and
champagne, might any hour be
hurled against his enemies nnd not
less ruthlessly against himself, had
ho disdained the "advice" or failed
to appreciate the "encouragement."
Under all those circumstances it,
was highly judicious of Malietoa,
while laughing in his sleeve, to write
up a spicy sugar-coated epistle, to
His Majesty of Hawaii, in return
for the "Advice and encourage
ment," conveyed to him in Mr.
WHAT A LONDON PAPER SAYS OF HA
Though our repeated warnings
have been powerless to prevent the
issuu and over-subscription of the
200,000 six percent Hawaiian
bonds which our market has been
lately favored witli at tho hands of
Messrs. Mathcson & Co., of Lom
bard street, the following report
upon Honolulu affairs will, wc trust,
save investors fiom being attracted
by tho fanciful premium of 5 to C
percent, daily quoted in a contem
porary, and from going in for "Ha
waiian." Our record begins with a
description of festivities which lately
took place at King Kalakaua's capi
tal in celebration of his birthday,
and which were closely connected
with the negotiations for the two
million dollars loan carried on at
tho time in London. "Every inha
bitant of tho country" tho repoit
runs "from tho King to the poorest
beggar looks upon the arrival of the
English money as a most lucky
event and heavenly assistance. Tho
irohl thus laised will, however, not
be used for the purposes mentioned
in the prospectus. The men of
business in Honolulu arc no doubt
anxious to be supplied with bridges
and roads, but tho King and his
Ministers will consent to nothing of
the kind. The Europeans in imme
diate connection with tho Govern
ment only caio to enrich themselves
as quickly as possible, and tho
natives live carelessly from hand to
mouth. Notwithstanding the islands
are favored by tho most beautiful
tropical climate, such is the laziness
and want of forethought of tho popu
lation", that not oven sulllcient fruit
for homo consumption, except ba
nanas, is produced. All kinds of
fruit butter, cheese, corn, wheat,
potatoes in short, all necessaries
of lifo but beef and mutton arc im
ported in largo quantities from Cali
fornia, and in smaller ones from
New Zealand and Sydney. The
prosent condition is .entirely unten
able, and as there is not tho slightest
attempt at improvement, California
must continuo providing food for
tho Hawaljans for an indefinite
period, nnd to the great disadvan
tage of tho population. Wholesale
trado is very dopresscd, and whereas
other IhIhtxIs nomnlnln nlrnnrtv of
scarcity of monoy and supplies,
Honolulu is for the moment kept
ftiSfcWf tt liJ&iii:V:XtWVLLJriSZirJLWKJtinvmM6!ii)$
going on account of the rc-bullding
of a burned-down part of the town,
by which means a little money Is
circulating. All building materials
arc imported from America. Tho
only benefit which legislation has so
far bestowed upon tho community
consists in a promise to further the
shipping interest for communication
between the group of home islands
as well as with the outer world.
But how it will ever be possible to
pay Interest on the new loan Is at
present an enigma, and yet It Is
certain that non-payment wtll lead
to new complications." ouch is the
condition of the Government which
has managed to carry off '200,000
of our money In exchange for
paper! London Financial Ciitlc,
Fell. f, 1887.
TRUST FUNDS MISSING.
WILLIAM T. mtirjIIAM AMtESTED FOIt
1HK auxokd i:mui:zzli;mi:nt of
At an eat ly hour yesterday Wil
liam T. Brigham, who, it is under
stood, is a member of the Suffolk
liar, but who has not practised for
some years, was arrested at his resi
dence, 25 Mt. Vernon street, by
Olllcer Abbott for alleged embezzle
ment of 17,000. The warrant wns
granted at the request of J. Rogers
Rich, who is the complainant in the
The complainant and his brother.
Thomas 1'. Rich, arc bondsmen for
Mr. Biigham in trust under the will
of tho late James C. Rogers, At 2
o'clock Mr. Biigham was arraigned,
and was held without a hearing in
$20,000 for his appcaiancc in the
municipal ciiminal couit on Friday,
February 2."). Bail was furnished by
Lewis B. Bailey and James W.
Austin. The embezzlement alleged
is that of trust funds. Mr. Brigham
says tho case is the outgrowth of
malice, but Mr. Rich says that
Brigham piacllcally confessed the
embezzlement two months ago.
Mr. Rich says that the outcome of
the case is veiy painful to him, since
Mr. Brigham and hinibclf have been
on friendly and even intimate terms
since boyhood. Mr. Brigham, he
thinks, is a person with no vices,
but his trouble has come from un
successful business transactions in
The beneficiaries arc said to be
aged ladies, who, though not entirely
dependent on the trust fund for sup
port, would nevertheless he some
what straightened in means should the
loss bo a total one.
On Friiay, Hard 1811,
At 13 o'clock noon, wo will sell nt
Public Auction, at the Pacific Naviga
tion Co.'s Wharf, foot of Nutianu street,
a lot of
Surplus Ships' Stores
"WATER TANKS, Etc.
Lauded fiom the brig "Allie Howe."'
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
f o 2t Auctioneers.
On Saturday, March 19th, '87
At 10 o'c'oek a, m.
We will sell nt Public Auction, ut the
late residence of A. 11. BASEMAN, the
Entire Household Furniture, consisting
in part of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET
1 SlUAItK PIANO,
Conlcr Hugs, Panel Pictures, Frames,
OIM13 BEDUOOBI BX,
Mattrcs's. Chain, Table?,
Meat Safe, Ciockciy & Glaswaic,
1 STOVE & UTENSILS, ETC.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
80 2t Auctioneers.
Now landing ex Ihircka, Mary Win.
kliuiau nnd V. 6 Bownc.
Tills Is tho largest shipment of liny
and Grain over icceivcd by any Hint at
one time in this Kingdom, Now being
received at tho Wuicliouso of the
UNION FEED CO.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF A BOX
of Meal TickelB hiving been stolen
lrom thu above Ucstuur.int, on the night
of tbo 10th instant, I beg to inforni my
numerous customers that 011 and after
SATURDAY, March 10th,
Different Tickets will be issued.
All bouiders will pleuso clmngo their
TlcKots, lor nun- oct, on bntuieiu
BY A JAPANESE O0OK? UNDER
stands general houtpwork. Will
ing to mako hlmelf useful. Apply at
BULLETIN OFFICE. 80 lw
OPERA HOUSE I
Tbnrsilay Bvenms, Mar. 17
Will give a performance for tho Boncflt
of tho HONOLULU YAUU'f AND
Oveitiuc 'Mcny War"
" Huckleberry l'icniis" II. on Holt
"The Virginia ltoscluul"..0. Dcuaveaux
'Every Day'll be Sunday".. E.F. Bishop
"Cricket on tho Hearth".. J. M. Dowtclt
"McCarthy's Fancy HalP..W. II. Hoogs
"The Deep Bluo Sin" H. W. Mnrso
"Mary's Gone with a Conn"
W. Q. Armstrong
"My Pretty Hcd RoV I. M. Bright
Finale "Tho Regular Ai my"
Banjo Solo I. Appleby
SUuch "Chain Lightning
Clog Mr. Qossman
To conclude with the liugbablo local
sketch, in two act,
"CHUN HOOK !"
Actl The Itelgn of Terror
Act 2 The Piiibuitnnd Capture
Am Sonntag, den 20 Maerz, Vor
mittags 11 Ulir, Dcutschcr Gottcs
ilicnst dutch Ilcrrn Pastor Isenberg
in der Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Kaiscrlleh Dcutchcs Konsulat.
Honolulu. 81 ot
MR- MORRIS HYMAN will net
JL.YJL for mo under full power of attoi
ncy (luring my absence lrom this King,
loin. JOSEPH HYMAN.
March 1 1, 18ST. 8J lw
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by THOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Kintr and Nuiianu streets, It to let Ap
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Retail, $1.00 per Gallon.
Wholesale, "Way Down Low.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
OF SUPERIOR 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,
INT SS CLARKE, who lias had many
ITX years experience in DrcBs & Cloak
Mnklng. lias OPENED A DRESSMAK
INQ ESTABLISHMENT nt 101 AhiKea
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
rirotsinnkcr, recently returned
from Paris, has her dress-making rooms
still on Emma street, above tho squaie.
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds exe.
cuted at tjio lfytf-Y Bulletin Ollico
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
sell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Saleroom, Queen Stieet, that
desunblo premises ou
at present occupied as n rcsldcnco by
Tho Lot has a frontnge of 110 feet ou
Lunnlilo Street, nnd a uputli of 1G0 feet.
nnd Is well covered with grns. Water
laid on throughout the premise.
Tlicro is nn tho premise",
A 2-Story Dwelling: House
Well and substuilinlly built, with Bay
Whitlow fronting the ttrctl.
Tho houo contains a spacious Ptulog,
Dining Room and Bedroom on tho
lower floor. Also, Large Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Boom. On the upper tioor
aie 3 Bedrooms, each fiiruNlicd with
Clothes Closets. 'I'hcic is also a large
Carriage llouso and Stable on tho Lot
Tills is one of thu most desiinblo resi
dence offered for sale. Thu ground
having n nntui al sloju engines perfect
Drainage, and command1 an excellent
view fiom Diamond Head to the Wni
tSPPaitles w Milng to inspect the
picmiscs can do .so by application to the
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
7S td Auctioneers
For a Cotii'HU of 8 JLcnhoiin,
Sulllcient to irot the pupil to leading nnd
writing Pnonography, $.)0.
For n Complete Elementary
Of Twenty-four Lesjoii", $18.00.
For the IJeportliifj Course,
A sulllcient number of Lcsons to nuke
the pui'll, with protcr exertions ou bis
pari, a Piuctic.il Kipoiter, S7.1. Oi,
lieptrrtlng Lesions may bo taken in
Couise? of Tneaty-four herons, for
818 per C uikc. Threo Coure, or
soventy-two Lesous, will generally suf.
This instruction may be taken by mail.
For particulars enquire at THIS OF
FICE. 70 lm
Tie Daily Bollelin
March 1 1th,
To bo had nt
J. II. SOPER, - - Merchant Street
A. M. IIEWETT - Merchant Street
II. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
MELTING OF THE 8TOOK-
holdeis of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will bo held at tho Company's
Building, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance is i (.quested.
By order of tbo Dlrcctois.
82 lOt A. JAEGEH, Bcc'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put in Stores, Houses, S rvnnts' Out
house;, StilileJ, mid
Burglar Alarms !
At reasonable rates. For fuithcr
particulars call ou
Uun und IiorkNiultli,
Bethel Street, - - Honolulu.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Scorched, Abstract of Title
Fuinislitd, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agcncy.-Mn. .JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employmont Agency. Mit. F. MARCOS,
Gonoral Business Agonoy. No. !I8 Mer
Hell Telephone .'MM. l. o. llox 415.
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X adyortuo It in tho Daily Buu.kti.n,
Mutual Telephone Go
Bell Tel. 115. Mutual Tol. 072.
P. O. Bax 1.07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountnnts, Seal Estate Agents. Cus
tom House and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease, Contracts, and all kinds of Con-
vcyaticlnp:. Tindesmcn's Books wilt-
ten up, Heuts aud Accounts col.
lccttd, iicturns prompt
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oder the following:
To Ron!. 'llirco Itousei on Llllba Street.
Rooms to Ront. Four very linnil'omclv
fimildiCd looms In large home; well
situated ou Nuuauu Avenue. Kent
$10 a month each.
To Lot. Tlio house and grounds stluatul
in Nuuiinu Avenue, tcceutly occupied
by A. J. Cartwiight, Jr , Lmp
Offlcoto Let With Window, If letjultol,
in Campbell Block, Merchant street.
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, ulth Car.
iiage llouso aim out House', miuanu
Avenue, near Goverumsnl ro-crvolr,
nbovu lito Queen Dounger Emma's
place, with nhoul 2 acles of laud i
tnllci fiom tnwn. Rent $10 per month.
To Lot. AC-roomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attacked ; upper end of Nuuiinu
Aeiiuc, opposite " Valley Homo," In
excellent order. Rent $1?.
To Lot. Two Cottigo1, situated In the
Chinese Church piemlre.
llouso and Lot for Sale Very dcslrnblo
residence on Beietiinia Street. The
h m-u contains 4 Bedroom, Parlor,
DlnliiH-rooin, Pantry, Kltihcu and
Haihtoom, Mosquito proof. llouso
ntw and well built.
Lot 100 by RIO feet with prlvllceo of
buylnu next lot. Will be sold cheap.
Fos Salo or Rent A. dimming rcsidenoc
on Kinau street, containing 2 bed
ror.nii, parlor, dining room, kitclun,
batb, A:c. G.irduu t'ont and baek;
cnirlayo house, stables and servant's
quni ters detached.
For Salo or Leaso -With Immediate pos-bcs-iou,
that valualilo estate kuovwi ns
tbo NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
bltuatrd lu tbu Nuuaiiu Valley. 'iyi
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
tlm mot eligible sito for n milk or
milk and butter dairy in this Kingdom.
For Lease Tho residinre and pasture
lands at Pauoa Valley, occupied by
Mrs Long. A splendid property.
For Sale 1 0pen SldeBiir Buggy, cbcap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7 Oc
taves in good order.
1 Upright Piano, iyt Octaves, in good
Wanted ItespcctnMe youth to insist in a
liWnc&s istablishmcnt in the city,
nnd make himself generally useful;
would reside with the family; wages,
with board and lodging, $15 a month.
Wanted. A rcsptetilile Englhh or Ger
man Girl to nstist in a small family.
Wanted Ity a competent Englncci, hold.
ing Ihsl-tl.ifs certificate, and hlglily
retoinincndcd, uttuatiou at eca or on
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or the rooms. Mus. bo m good
locality, nnd within lm or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Olllce.
Wanted. A Japanese Nuiss.
Situation Wanted By a capable man,
thoroughly underMands tho care of
liO'fos. Good driver, if required;
innriied; wile gocd housikeepor nnd
Situatton Wanted By a strmly man, as
coaenman, or chargo of etablcs; high
ly i (.commended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanlod By steady ninn; mni
ried. Vndcrstnmls tho rare of stock;
Good driver. Wife gocd seamstress.
Situation Wanted By an experienced
hiirness-mnker; not pnrtlcuinr as to
employment; wages not so much an
object as a permanent position.
Situation Wantod By nn experienced
Accountant und L'ook-keepcr, from
i!8 Merchant Street.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market,
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Wo havo (his day received by tho S. 8.
Australia, tho finest line of
over shown in this city. Tlioy nie
all Colors and tbuYery
A Comnleto line of
In White mill Wuck. All
tho Litest Novelties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
The Leading Millinery House.
coit. i out &. iioiix &m
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X ndvwrtlsc in the Daily Buixi'.ti.v,
Hull 'r'leii1ton OIH. 1. O. llox 418.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
llnokn written tip, Aci'iitintH nnit
Employment nnd Shipping Aquicy.
Labor Contract Blanks ami Revenue
Slump nlwpys on hand. Copying nnd
translating lu nil Inngiuigc utid In this
Kingdom. Otdi rj from tbo oilier Is
lands will receUo piompl attention.
Wanted Situation Uy mi old resident
who Is familiar with Ihn Hawaiian
liligunjie. Also, undcrMauds plmtn
Hon work. Will keep books and at
tend to Ibc grncinl details of Nui-itiess.
Employment In tliority ireftr.id
Wanted Situations Uy three Mr t-cbi's
Bcok-ketpisrs aid olllce men wbiicmi
glvo thu best of lvfotcuois. Will not
objeet to employment in tlici'1 capacity
on plantations -
Wanted Situation. As a f.una ou ti plan
tation by a man who bin had several
ycais experience in .this country in
Wantod. A Cottage within five mlnutei'
wnlkof the Post Office, suitably np.
pointed for the accoinmodr.tion of a
Wanlod Emplojment by competent
steidy, hostleiH who will uiiike tlitiu
bdves useful in taking ciuy of dcor
jiirds and gardens, nnd In otber light
work required by privalu family.
Wantod. A Situation tiy n competent
practical Engineer, who has hud miny
years' c.peilence, and can give the
host of rtferenns. Employment on a
Wanted Employment by a flistclnss
carpenter, who would bo glad to take
a situation on n plantation, or In n
privnto family, wheio bo could make
himself generally useful in keeping
buildings, fences, Ac, In repair, tak
ing caro of horses, a door yard, or gar
Alo, by a first-class Horsesbocr; would
liko a job on a plintatlou where lie
could do gencial repair work.
For Loase Cottigo suitable for a small
family, fl looms; kitchen nttnclied.
Stable accommodations if desired. A
beautiful location about tlireo miles
up the valley road.
For Lease Cottage sui'ablo for small
family, ! rooms; and cue uttaclied
with 3 ioom. Carihigesbed. About
2j miles uji the alloy roul.
These cottages afford rare opportunl
tics to Invalids and oibeis who desire to
enjoy the benettt of the puic mountnin
air and climate of Ntiuinu Valley, at a
modeinto uloMitlon; and, in fact, would
provo a perfect rnnitailuni within easy
reach of the business part of town.
For Loase. 40 Aciesof Land,2i(J miles
from Mossmaii's cornoi 15 acres of
which is suitable for ollher Klco or
Tnro, and has been under cultivation
for the last 5 years. All buildings
necessary for a llrst-elass little ranch
now on llit- piemlso .
For Sato 2 aci'ej or Choice Taro Land,
situate no ir tho Insane Asylum.
Valuablo Properties tor Sale 2 Acres of
Land, spit mildly situated In Makiki
1 Acre in MakiM, on Bcrotania street,
line building situ.
1 Acres with 4-rnnm Cottage, on Llliha
street, A rare ehance.
Full particulars gl en upon npplica
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Mews. Smith &
This flno voting trotting bred stallion
wlllitai.d thy coming season nt Dceld's
Stables, Kaplolant Park, to n limited
number of maics.
Terms, 30.0( Mciikoii.'
APTOS CniEP, Lay stalllou, by
Speculation; ho by Hysdyk's liainble.
tonlan, out of Martha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; liei dam by Abdal.
lah. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Skuge's
Itiltler; her dam by Glencoe. Tho
abovo stallion was rahed by rUr Glaus
For f ut ther particulars enquiro aftho
FASHION STABLER, or of F. I1US
TAOE, nt Ilustaco ii IJobertson's oftlco,
Queen Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
This fine joung trotting-brcd stnllion,
4 years old, will btand for tho comini'
s'M'on at the eorner of QUEEN &
Terms, 825 the HertNon. '
YOUNG VENTURE Is a black stal
llon.'hred by Mi. Horner, of Maul; his
dam was n Jino mare, hnlf Patelu-n and
halfBlnok Morgan; ho la Mini, gentle
nnd stjlUh; no faults whatever, and
onu or tho closest bred stallions in tho
Kingdom, which shows slaying nower
In cn'o any maio should fail to havo
a foa by him, his services will he roa-
iiuicu next pc u-oii ireu of cliarge.
For furthei particulars enquire of
?' 1 OAI'T. CLUN
TOHN A. SPEAR having this day
Jf,r ,J'',,?,,t "ut the entiio Interest of
OIIA1 tLfis H. PFEIFPEIt, In tho late
linn of bpoar und Pf oilier, begs to notl.
tv IiIb former customers and the public
that be is the solo owner of said busl
iieMjundwillcMry.il tlm bjwlness of
sild Lite nun, soliciting for himself the
patronage heietctoie aecordeil sild flrin.
All debt and claims ngilust the snld
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