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Pledged to neither Beet nor Futj,
Bat established far the benefit of ill.
FRIDAY. MAR. 18. 1887.
CHANCE OF PAY DAY SOUCHT.
At the meeting of the W. C. T. U.,
yesterday afternoon, a committee
of two, with power to increase the
number, was, appointed "to wail
upon employers in the city, to try
to get tho week's pay day changed
from Saturday to Wednesday."
This plan is said to have been adopt
ed with good results in many parts
of the United States. Nevertheless,
it is extremely doubtful if either
employers and employees will look
favorably on such an innovation
here. Saturday having been so
long established as the regular pay
dav, acceptable alike to the both
parties concerned, a change is not
very likely to be considered desir
able. Indeed, it seems more in
accordance with the "fitness of
things" for the week's earnings to
be given and received at the end of
the week, that is, on the day pre
ceding the day of rest when the
worker takes respite from his six
days of toil, than at the middle of
the week when his labors aro but
half done. The W. C. T. U., in
desiring this change, are undoubted
ly actuated by the purest and best
of motives. Probably the idea is,
that persons who are in the habit
of spending their earnings foolishly
Saturday evenings, would not do so
on Wednesday. But it is doubtful
if tho end desired would be effected.
It is possible that at lenbt some of
those who are in the habit of spend
ing their Saturday evening's pay
for intoxicants, would do precisely
the same thing Wednesday nights,
and the emyloyer would get poor
value for his money next day.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
AMATEUU MINSTREL COMPANY'S SHOW.
The fact that every seat in tho
box plan of the Opera House was
engaged for last night's perform
ance by tho middle of yesterday
afternoon, was evidence that tho
public felt assured of a good enter
tainment. The expectations raised
were certainly realized. The entire
performance, regarded us an ama
teur effort, was highly satisfactory.
Indeed, it would have been no dis
credit to a company of professionals.
The appreciation of tho musical part
was evinced by vigorous applauso
and frequent encores. Tho puns
and conundrums of tho end men,
with whicli tho songs and choruses
were racily interspersed, were, for
the most part, of n nature to strike
tho perception of the audienco in
stantaneously, as shown by tho
spontaneous explosions of laughter
which immediately followed the
delivery. The snmo evidences of
approval and appreciation wcro
manifested towards the theatrical
portion of the entertainment, which
constituted tho concluding part.
Aftortho ovcrturo, "Merry War,"
sang by tho ontiro company, camo
eight songs and a Hawaiian chorus.
A marked and pleasing feature of
every song was its chorus, in which
tho whole company joined. "Huckle
berry Picnic," by II. von Holt, nnd
"Cricket on tho Hearth," byJ.M.
Dowsctt, wcro acceptably rendered.
II. M. Morse sang "The Deep Blue
Sea," very sweetly, but declined to
repeat. "Every Day Ml bo Sun
day," by K. i Bishop; "McCar
thy's Fancy liall," by W. li.
Hoogs ; and "Mary's Gone With n
Coon," by W. G. Armstrong, wcro
all encored. Mr. Armstrong was
inexpressibly funny. "My Pretty
Red Rose," the solo part sang by
J. M. Bright, had to be twice re
pealed. This young gentleman lias
a delightfully sweet voice, which
apparently charmed the audience.
But "The Virginia Rosebud," the
second song on the programme, C,
Denavcaux singing the solo and the
company nil mingling voices in the
chorus, was probably the gem of
tho evening, and had, of course, to
be repeated. Five Hawaiians sang
n Hawaiian chorus, with guitar ac
companiment, so sweetly and pret
tily, that the audience would not be
satisfied until they returned to (lie
stugo and sang a second chouis.
As stated before, every song had a
chorus, and the harmonious blend
ing of voices produced exception
ally good music, whicli was really
charming to persons with souls to
The iinale to the first part of tho
programme was n squad of about n
half dozen oddly dressed soldiers
under the command of Captain W.
G. Armstrong, supposed to repre
sent "The Regular Army." Tho
get-up alone was worth consider
able, and the various maneuvers
were intensely amusing. The Cap
tain put his men through their fac
ings in magnificent style, and the
men obeyed orders so higgledy-piggledy
that a barrel could scarcely
refrain from laughing. Mr. Morse
presented an extremely laughable
specimen of a brave soldier, both in
dress nnd movements.
A banjo solo, by J. Appleby,
opened the second part of the enter
tainment. The lingering of the in
strument and the notes produced,
elicited applause which grew into an
encore. This was followed by a
farce in -which II. von Holt, 15. F.
Bishop and W. II. Hoogs played
tho various characters very credit
ably. A clog dance, by L. C. Gus
inan, preceded tho closing piece,
which was a local sketch, in two
acts, entitled "Chun Hook." The
first act represented "the reign of
I terror," which
nil remember as tho
result of Chun Hook's escapo from
tho prison gang, while at work in
Nuuanu Valley, nnd the second act
"tho pursuit and capture" of tho
escaped convict. This farce was
especially appreciated because of its
local habitation. The farco was
considerable of a farce, and wcll
playcd throughout, but not much
more of a farco than tho recent his
tory which it was intended to bur
lesque. Tho audience, which was
large, notwithstanding rainy weather
and muddy streets, withdrew on the
fall of tho curtain, all smiles and
delight, feeling that they had hud
what was promised an evening's
fun and amusement, well-worth the
admission fee charged.
It should bo added that an cfll
cient orchestra, directed by Mr. II.
Bcrger, contributed in no small
degree to the success of tho enter
tainment. Yl Mi C Al
The monthly business meeting of
tho association took place last even
ing, Mr. W. A. Bowen, President,
in the chair. Mr., R. W. Podmore,
Secretary, read minutes of last
meeting which wcro approved. Tho
usrml committee reports were re
ceived. Two voting nnd threo asso
ciate members wcro admitted. The
Treasurer, Mr. T. S. Southwick,
presented the statement for the
JialniiL'O wuvlous month 8288 81
Monthly collection 12 GO
Membership dues WOO
Contiibutlons l(St) 00
Donations i'5 00
Salary, Mr. de Frotas
mil. .r. ii. soncr
Hill, Ice Company 8 -10
mil, Hawaiian unzoito z &u
Sundries, per S. D. Fuller 4 lt
Balance on hand 230 01
Mr. C. M. Cooke, for tho Finance
Committee, reported on tho stato of
tho finances for tho close of tho
Resources Contributions to bo
collected, S'itt; rent of hall, $15;
casli on hand, 6239.01 total
Estimated Expenditures Salaries
to April -1th, $300; ico bill for
month, $9.30; post olllce, S3; other
bills, $85.7-1 total $307.01, making
a deficiency of $100.
Mr. T. S. Southwick tendered liis
resignation as Treasurer, tho same
to take effect from tho 9th of April,
owing to contemplated absence from
tho Kingdom. Tho resignation was
accepted, with thanks for faithful
nnd cillcicnt services.
The attendance at tho reading
room during tho month was reported
to have been 909 of nil nationalities.
The President appointed Messrs.
Athcrton. IMdwcll and Crozicr a
nominating committee to nominate
ofllco bearers to bo elected at tho
annual meeting four weeks hence.
A collection was taken amounting to
$8.25, after which tho meeting was
dismissed. Daily Herald.
AH ANESTHETIC BULLET.
A German chemist has invented a
new kind of anesthetic bullet, which
ho urges will, if brought into gen
eral use, greatly diminish the hor
rors of war. The bullet Is of n
brittle substance, breaking directly
when it comes in contact witli the
object at which it is aimed. It con
tains a powerful anesthetic, produc
ing instantaneously complete in
sensibility, lasting for twelve hours,
which, except that tho action of the
heart continuos. is not to bo distin
guished from death. A battle field
where these bullets aro used will in
a short time be covered with appar
ently dead bodies, but in reality
merely with the prostrato forms of
soldiers reduced, for the time being,
to a state of unconsciousness. While
in this condition they may, the Ger
man chemist points out, be packed
in ambulance wagons and carried off
$2,000 FOR THE HIGH G.
The Marquis de Santiago, who is
equally well known for his millions
and for his libciality to professional
singers and other' artistes, lately
accosted Gayarrc, who is at this
moment earning laurels in Spain:
"To hear your upper C full from
tho chest i would gladly give 2,000
francs." Gayarrc at once sat down
to the piano, and, running up tho
scale, rang out tho magic (J as clear
as a bell. The Marquis cried, "En
core!" The tenor willingly com
plied, and gave a succession of
upper Cs. Our enraptured Mrucenas
handed over his pocket-book, while
expressing his fears that the amount
did not reach up to the height of his
marvelous voice. Gayarrc bowed
his thanks, adding, "I am prepared,
Marquis, to sign on the spot a yearly
engagement with you on tho same
terms." Toronto Globe.
On Saturday, March 19th, '87
At lOo'c'ock a. m.
Wo will sell at Public Auction, lit the
late residence of A. H. BASEMAN, Kn.
walahao Lauo (at the rear of Kawalnhao
Church), tho Entire Household Furni
ture, consisting In pait of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET
1 SQUARE PIANO,
Center Rugs, 1'nncl 1'ictuies, Frames,
ONE BEDROOM SEX,
Mattress. Chair', Tables,
Meat Safe, Crockeiy & Glassware,
1 STOVE & UTENSILS, ETC.
E. P. ADOIS
Satnrflay EveniB, Mar. 19
Will give a performance for the Benefit
of the HONOLULU YACHT AND
Grand Change of Programme.
Oveiture Merry War
Susan Jane II. von Holt
Scotch Lasbiu Jean John Bright
I must go E. P. Bishop
The Yiiginla Rosebud.... O. Deniveaux
Hush Little Haby W. 11. Hooga
'Tis hut u Faded Flower... II. W. More
Keep u Movin' W. G. Atmstrong
Chiming Uells J. M. Dowsott
Finale The Regular Ai my
Bnnjo Solo J. Appleby
Grand Sensational .Tupinosu Balancing
Act W G. Atmstrong E. Low
Clog Dance Mr. Gusiuan
To conclude with the laughable local
sketch, In two acts,
"Chun hook :"
Act 1 Thu Reign of Teiror
Act 2 The 1'iiibiilt and Capture
Box Plau open at J. E. BHOWN & OO.'S.
AT THE MUSIC HALL, ON THE
night of the 17th inst.int, a Doyc.
Colored Fcalher Fun, with cord and
tassel. Finder will lie rounrded by re
turning to Daily Bui.i.khx Okfick.
EMPTY BARBELS AND OASKB.--25
to So galloon each; very cheap
forcn-h. App y to LOYE.IOY & CO.,
15 Nuuanu Strcot. 87 lit
rY A JAPANESE OOOK; UNDKR-
JD stands) gcnonil houeowork. Will.
In tr In make lilm-clf useful.
Peojc's Neyy and Irnproyed
All orders for the above must bo ad
dressed to P. O. Vox -133. 77 lm
Am Sonntag, don 20 Maerz, Vor
mittags 11 Ulir, Doutschcr Gottcs
dienst dutch llerrn Pastor Iscnbcrg
in der Y. M. C. A. Ilnll.
Kaiserlich Dcutches Konsulat.
Honolulu. 81 At
Pacrps Hay & Grain
Now landing i.x Kuicka. Mary Win.
klcmiui and V. S. Bownc.
This is the largest shipment of liny
and Grain ever received by any firm at
one time in this Kingdom. Now b.'lng
received at the Warehouse of llic
UNION FEED CO.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF A BOX
of Meal Tiokuls hiving been stolen
Irom the above Rc3tuiir.int,on the night
of lliclUth instant, I beg to inform my
numerous customers that on and after
SATURDAY, .March 10th,
Different Tickets will be issued.
All boarders will plonso change their
Tickets1, for now ones, on Saluidny.
goat .TUN UEE.
MR. MORRIS HYMAN will act
for inu under full power of attor
ney during my absence from this King,
dom. JOSEPH HYMA.N.
March 14, 1887. Oil lw
THE STOHK LATELY OCCUPIED
X by THOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Kinir and Nuuanu streets i to let Ap.
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & BOU1NSON.
Retail, $1.00 per Gallon.
Wholesale, Way Down Low.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
J. H. SOPER,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers In all ldnds of
STATION E RY,
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gaxttte Block, Merchant
BSTThe English Admiralty Charts
always on hand. 1 by
OP SUPERIOR QUALITY.
AsHor ted Widths nnd Lengths
Just received per "C. It. Bishop," In
good order, and for sale in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At vory Low Pr'css, by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Ml SS C L AR K E, who has had many
years cMierlcneu In Drug & Cloak
Making, has OPENED A ORESSMAIC
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alolteu
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
dressmaker, recently returned
fiom Paris, has her dross-muklng rooms
still on Emma, street, abovo tho square.
JOB PRINTING of all kind? cxc.
uuted nt the Du.v IJui-lktih Office
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
Ecll 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 ni a rcMdenco by
The Lot ban a frontngo of 140 feet on
Lunalllo Street, nnd n ili-pth of 1C0 feet,
nnd Is well covertd with gins. Water
laid on throughout tho premise.".
There U nn tho prcnil'oy,
A 2-Story Dwelling; House
Well mid substantially buili, with Bay
Window fronting tho ttroet.
The house contains n spacious Parlor,
"Dining Room and Bedroom on tho
lower floor. Also, Large Kitchen, Pan
try nnd Bath Room. On the upper floor
mo :i Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Uloset. There 1st also a large
Carrlago Houso and Slablo on tho Lot
This is one of th5 inot desirable resi
dence offered for sale. The ground
having n natural slot o ensures perfect
Drainage, mid commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wui
nnno Mount tins.
"Parties wishing lo Inspect tho
premises can do so by application to the
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
7d til Auctioneers
A SuDBriqrOpDortnnity !
For a Coni'Hu of 8 I.chhoiim,
Sulllt lent to get the pupil lo reading nnd
writing Pnlniogrnphy, $O.UO.
For n ComiiU'tu Flcniciitnry
Of Twcnty.four Lesaon?, 18.00.
For the Itepoi'tinn Coiu'mc,
A sufllclent number of Le-sons to mnko
tho pui'il. uith proi cr e.oriion on his
pari, a Pinctic.il Ri-jioiter, S7o. Oi.
Heporting Lcs'ons nriy be taken In
Courses of Tnenty.fntir l.es'ons, for
818 per Onir-e. Three Coiir,o, or
seventy-two Ls--s-ons, will geneially suf
lice. '1 his instruction niny be token by mail.
For particular enquire ut THIS OP
PICK. 7!i lm
Tie Daily Bitotii
fiflarch 1 1th,
To bo hud nt
J. II. SOPER, - - Merchant Street
A. M. IIEWETT - Merchant Street
II. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
A MEETING OP THE STOCK
holdeiR of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will bo held at the Company's
Building, at 10 o'clcck a. in.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance Is requested.
By order of tho Dlrcctois.
82 lOt A JAEOEH, Scc'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put III Stores, llouscp, Servants' Out
home?, Stables, ami
Burglar Alarms !
At reasonable rates. For further
particulars call on
tiun nutt Locksmith,
Bethel Street, - Honolulu.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Fiunlsbid, a ml Couvfy.inoea
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Afloncy.-.Mn. .JOHN' GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector,
Employment Agency. -Mil. F.MAHCOS,
Ccncral -Business Anenoy. No. 118 Mer
Hell Telephone. illN, I. O. llox 415.
r" YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
adysttUp It ju the Daily Bum.isti.n,
Mutual Telephone Co
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tol. U72.
P. 0. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Heal Estate Agents, Cus
tom Houso and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lenic?, Contracts, nnd nil klmU of Con.
cynclnjr. TindcMiicn's Hooks wilt
ten up, llcnti nnd Accounts col
lected, ltcturns prompt
CHARGES STKICTLY MODERATE.
Oder the follow'ntr:
To Ronl. Thrco Ilouc on Llliha Street.
Rooms to Rent. 1 our very hnnd-oincly
fuinhlicd looms in laigo home; well
siluatctl mi Muuiuu Avenue. Bent
f) n mouth each.
To Lot. The house and grounds sltuntfd
in Nuuiiuu Avenue, leccntly occupied
by A.J. Cnitwilaht, Jr, Ktq.
Officoto Lot Willi Window, If luqulrol,
lti Campbell Block, Merchant street.
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Car
ri.igc House and Outhouse, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Uoruininsnt re-ervolr,
iihuvo lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with i.liout2acrcs of laud '2)4
inlloj f i om t'lun. ltcnt $1U per month
To Lot. A doomed Ccttnuc. with kitchen
attached; uppur end of Nuuanu
Adonic, oppo.ltu " Valley Homo," in
ectllent older, llciittjlf-.
To Lot. Two Cottage, biluatcd in the
Chliic-e Chinch promise.
Houso and Lot for Sale Very dcslrablo
residence on Bctctunia Sticei. Tho
h uo contains 1 Ikdroonn, Parlor,
Dining-room, P.iutry, Kitchen and
lia'lmmm. Mosquito pioof. House
new and well built.
Lot iOO by ICO fctt with prlvllepo of
linylnu; next lot. IIW be sold cheap.
Fos Salo orRent A chaimiiiK ii'fidenoo
on Kinaii stiect, containing 2 bed
ro ms, parlor, dining loom, kitchtn
bath, Ac. Garden fxint mid back;
carriage house, htaMes and serxnnt's
For Salo or Lcaso -With immediate pos-utM.-lon,
thai v.ilualdii estate known its
the MJUANU VAI.I.KY HaNCH.
sttiuitid in the NumiMi Valley. 2
miles fiom Iho city, and undoubtedly
the mo.i cllglhlo situ for a milk or
in in: ni.u nutter tinny in tins Kingdom.
For Loaso The rc-ldinro nnd pa-nuru
lands at I'ai.o.i Valhy, occupied by
Mrs Long. A iplendhl propeity.
For Sale 1 OptnSldi'B'irlJuggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, "JjJ Oc
tuve, In good ordui.
1 Uptight Piano, ? Oc'.nics, in good
Wanted BefpcolnMn Youth to assist In n
l)ii-hi(-, ifctihliHlimcnt in tlu city,
nnd make himself generally useful;
would ivtiile with thufunily; nge,
with board uud lodging, $15 a month
Wanted. A res-pcctibie Englhh or Gcr.
mint Girl to itist in u small lumlly.
Wanted lly n competent Enplneoi, liold
lug llist-clab certificates mid .highly
leci mincndcd, situation at sea or on
Wantod to Ron!. A Cottage, containing
jour or llvo rooms. Must, he in good
lora Ity, nn I wilhin tin or fifteen
uiiuulos' walk of Post Olllce.
Wanted. A Jnponcse Nuise.
Situation Wanted By a capablo man,
tlioionghy undcr-tamte tho care of
ho tes. Hood driver, if icquticd;
married; c good houst keeper nnd
Situation Wanted By a slia-ly man, us
coaciimau, or charge of -tallies; high
ly recommended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanted By f-tendy limn; mill
lied. I iidurMiindfl tho euro ol stock;
Oood driver. Wife goal tciimMress.
Situation Wanted Bv an experienced
harness-maker; not pirticuiar us to
fii ploymcnt; want's not fo much nn
object ii a punmwtnu position.
Situation Wanted By nn experienced
Accountant and L'ook.keci or, from
SJ8 Merchant Street.
-A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
GHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Vfe have this day received by the S. 8.
AuMralin, tho finest line of
over shown in this cliy. They nre
all Colors and the very
A Complete lino of
Ladies' Hats !
In White mid Itlnck'. All
the Lutoit Noveltlos in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
Which will he on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
The Leading Millinery House.
COK. 1'OItT & HOI IX STH.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise in the Daily Buu.irm. '
. - '
Arrived at Marchan
Hull Tclcnlionn .TIM. 1. O. llox 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
llnnkn tvilttcn tip. ArcounlH nnil
Employment nnd Shipping Agency.
Labor Contract Dlimlts nt.d Iluvcnuo
Stamps iilwnya on hand. Copying ami
translating in nil languages uml In this
Kingdom. Oidtri from tho other If
lands will receive ptonipt attention.
Wanlod Situation. By nn old risldont
who is familiar with th Hawaiian
1 nigMaire. Also, tindcMnnds plmtn
tlon work. Will krp books ami at
tei d to ibcgeneial details ol hiifiuess.
Kmploymriii in tliod'y iivfir.ul
Wanlod SllualloTls.Hy (line tlr-t.ohiss
Book-kcipcr aid olllcuinun Mho can
give tho best of lvlctcncis. Will not
object to employment In tlivl capacity
Wanlod Situation. As a Luna on n plan,
tai Ion by a man who has had tcvernl
yeais expiricneo in this country in
Wanted. A Cottage wl'hln llvo mlnutcj'
walk of tho Poit Ofllcc, suitably up.
pointed for the nccommodutlon ol u
Wanlod Emplojment by competent
ste dy, hustle s who will make thcin
Bilves useful In Inking ciiru of door
jnrds u d gi.rdcus, ami In other light
work required by ptivate family.
Wantod. A Situation 'Jy a competent
practical Engineer, who has had many
years' c.peiici.ci', nnd can glvo the
bet of refercncis. Employment on a
Wanlod Emplojment by a flrst.elnss
carpenter, who would bo ghid to take
a situation on a plantation, or in n
private family, win 10 he could mnko
himself geneially useful in keeping
buildings fences &e., In repair, tak
ing care cf horbcs, a door yard, or gar.
den, &c. i
AUo, by a flrst-chss Horscshoer; would
like a job on n plantation whero he
could do geuciat repair work.
For Loaso Cottigc suitable for a small
fniiiily, 5 rooms; kitchen attached.
Slublo accommodations if dcrircd. A
heaiititul location about. three miles
up tho valley road.
For Lcaso. Cottngc suitable for tmoll
family, -1 looms; and ono attached
with 2 room. Carriage shed. About
2i miles up the alley road.
These cottages nlford tare opportuni
tics to Irv.ilid- and other who desire to
enjoy the benefit of the puio mountain
air and climate of Nuii'inu Valley, nta'
moderate ulcviuion; and, in fuel, would
prove nperfict Miiiitiuiuin within easy
reach of the bus iucis part of town.
For Loaso. 10 Acres of Land, 2J miles
from Mie-Miuui's corner 15 acres of
which Is Miitnlilo for either Rico or
Tato, ami has Ikcii under cultivation
for the last C yours. All buildings
necessary for n Hist-clnss llttlo ranch
now un tin- premise .
For Salo 2 acre or Choice Tarn Land,
tiiunic neir the Inline Asjlum.
Valuablo Properties (or Sale. 2 Acres of
Imil, npli mildly Minuted In Makljil
1 Acre In Maklkl, ou Beretniiia -street,
line building tile.
1 Acres with 4-room Cottngc, cm Llliha
bticet, A rare dunce.
Full particulars given upon npplica-"
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
This lino voutig trotting bred stallion
will ttai d ilrj coming te.isoti at Dcdd's
Btiililcs, Knpiolaiii 1'aik, to a limited
number of 1111110?.
TerniN, 930.00 Soiinoh.
APl'OS CHIEF, bay stallion, by
Spiculrttion; ho by liy,dyk's Hamble
U ninn, Hit of Martha Washington, by
Ilurr's Washington; her dam hj Abdul,
lull. lt dum ny Lady 1 ml, by Skagg's
Itiltlcr; her dam by Glencoc. Tiio
abovo btallion was ruhed by bir Claus
For fuithcr pirticulnrs enquire at tho
FASHION SlABLEji, or ot F. 1IU8
TA013, at lluslnce & Robertson's ofllcc,
Queen Street. 70 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
'IhU fine young Irottlog-bred stallion,
4yeirsold, will Maud lor tlio coming
si-ai-on nt tliu comer of QUEEN &
TerniN, 835 the Season.
YOUNG VENTURE is a Mack stal.
lion, bred by Mr. Uorncr.of Maulj his
dam was a iluo miiie, half r.itclun nnd
half Black Morgan; he Is kind, gcntlo
and nylish; no (nulls whatovor, and
ouuol the clnbusl bred blalllons In tho
Kingdom, v,hieh shows slaying power
and vitality. a '
In ca-o any mine should fall to have
11 foul by him, his sen ins will bo roti
deied next t n-on Ireu of cliurgc.
For further pniiieulars enquirn of '
?' lm OAl'T. CLUNEY.
TOHN A. SPEAR having this day
" '"I"'?111 '"" h intlro fiiterest of
OlIARLKSH.PFEIl'FEII.Iu tho late
llrm of fcpenr and l'fclllur, begs to noti
fy his former customer and thu public
Ih it, hu Is tho solo owner of sild buti
mH, mid will c.rry n the business or
said lain flun, follcltlng lor hini-clf the
lnHiiio heictelom uecnided shH llrm.
All Uulii nnd claims ugrliibt tho euld
latu firm ot Spear & VtultteT will bo
paid by the underslgm-d.
n . 1. ... '"'UN A. SPEAR.
E-atcd M.nrch 4ili, 18j7. 77 im
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