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All persons holding water privileges,
or those paying water rales, ure hereby
notified that the water rates for the term
ending December 31 1SS7, will be due
and payablo at tho ofllcoof the Honolulu
"Water Works on tho 1st July, 1687.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are duo will bo
subject to un additional ten per cent.
Parties paylug rates will please pre
icnt their last receipts,
Bup't. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. GO lot.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island?.
Draw Exchange on tho
Banlc o Cnllibrnla, s. IT.
And their agents in
NEW Y03K, BOSTON, HONQ KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commerciul Bunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho bank of Nuw Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurcli, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of Hiltish Cohimuln,
torin, U. C, and Portland, Or
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect lor tho
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 57
Fledged to neither Soot nor Fatty.
But established.)! tho benefit cf all.
THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1887.
Mr. A. Iloffnung, Hawaiian
Charge iV Affaires at London, in an
interview published at San Francisco,
said he would as soon believe Mr.
Gladstono or President Cleveland
guilty of accepting n bribe as ho
would the truth of the charge against
King Kalakaua of accepting 71,000
as a bribe to issue an opium license.
This shows Mr. Iloffnuug's faith in
his master, and is creditable to that
extent ; but since his arrival here he
has had ample opportunity to satisfy
himself that his comparison was an
insulting impertinence to the most
exalted statesman in-England, and
to one of the purrst and best of
Presidents of the United States. If
Mr. Iloffnung were a private indivi
dual his comparison might have
passed unchallenged, but his posi
tion makes it a public record of
official opinion at once offensive and
reckless. Mr. Gladstone was Pre
mier of England when his foreign
secretary strained a point to glvo Mr.
Iloffnung oOlcial recognition, and a
sentiment of gratitude alone should
have prevented him venturing upon
an impertiicnt comparison, even
were his own mind free from doubt
on the subject, which it could not
have been. Mr. Iloffnung is now
training with the Victorious Opposi
tion, and has satisfied himself of tho
truth of tho charge of corruption
involved in the opium bribo. Let
him come out like u man and say so,
and apologise to British and Ameri
can people for his improper allusion
to two of their greatest and most
distinguished statesmen. If lie does
not do this, he will find himself in
a rather awkward position among
the members of the diplomatic corps
at the Court of St. James' upon his
return to his post.
A NEW TENOR.
London, June 18th. Theodore
Bjorksten, the Swedish tenor, sailed
on tho Gascogne yesterday from
Havre, 'accompanied by his wife,
His success in Europe has been in
Barcelona, Paris, Antwerp and
Ghent His advent in New York
will bo of great interest. Gounod,
the composer, who is a personal
friend, has called him the new Ma
rio. Ho takes with him many letters
of introduction to prominent people
in New York, including tho Vnnder
bilts, James Gordon Bennett and
John A. Cockrell. Bjorkstcn's
father was formerly a captaiu in the
Swedish navy, but is now governor
of the King's Palace at Stockholm.
Mrs. Bjorksten is also a Swede, and
before her marriage was Mile.
Ilearcar Torpalil. Sho lias been for
several years leading contralto in
the American Church in Paris. fS.
Srran Bros., livestock-dealers at
Cheyenne, have failed. Their liabili
ties are about 8300,000.
A complaint has arisen in Borne
places that Arbor day was observed
with too much exorcises and too
little tree-planting. flioston Journ
nl. -Wnig.. .
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A LAUGE GATHERING!
. 9 9 -
All Business Suspended.
Tho Liquor Houses Closed I
Tie Military Mer iris
The mass meeting at tho armory,
announced by advertisement and
otherwise, opened at 0 minutes post
2 o'clock. The town had shut up
long before that time, and people of
all classes wended their way to the
place of meeting. All nationalities
and classes of people were repre
sented. The prominent merchants
and business people of the town
were present in force. The room
was jammed full including n large
smattering of Chinese.
At tho reporter's table were re
presentatives of all thu newspapers,
foreign and native. On Editor
Testa taking his scat there were
roar3 of ironical applause. Without
the doors the Honolulu llillos were
drawn up under arms, with Major
Asuford in Command. Major Wodc
houfee and Vice Consul Walker were
Mr. S. B. Dole ascended the
platform at five minutes past 2
o'clock and called the meeting to
order, nominating Mr. P. C.
Jones as Chairman on this occasion
Mr. Jones on taking the Chair
said: Fellow Citizens, 1 feel proud
at being nominated as Chairman at
this, the largest meeting of the kind
that has ever met on the Islands.
We propose to conduct it in a con
stitutional manner and to address
the king for a change of Government
which we earnestly desire. Wc re
present all classes of society and can
afford to conduct oursclves'in a firm,
determined and dignified manner
because wc are firm and determined
in what wc ask. Wo have pre
pared a set of resolutions which will
bo read to you by Mr. L. A. Thurs
ton, nnd also a communication just
received from His Majesty, address
ed to Hon. C. B. Bishop.
In view of the largeness of tho
meeting and the number of persons
appointed to address the meeting,
each speaker would be limited to
Mr. Thurston mounted the rost
rum and before proceeding to read
the resolutions, apologised for ap
pearing in uniform but having been
otdered so to do, he was but obey
Wc the citizens, residents, and
Taxpayers of Honolulu, acting as we
firmly bellevo, in sympathy with and
in behalf of all right-minded Citi
zens, itcsiucnts aim .tax-payers or
this Kingdom, and being assembled
in mass meeting in the city of Hono
lulu, on tjic 30th day of June, 1887,
do resolve as follows:
1 That the administration of the
Hawaiian Government has ceased,
through corruption and incompet
ence, adequatel' to perform the
functions and afford the protection
to personal and property rights, for
which all governments exist.
2 That while some of the evils of
which we complain canuotbeatoncc
adequately redressed, and their re
currence prevented : and many others
arc incurabjo except by radical
changes in the present constitution,
involving protracted dclaj's; yet
there arc some evils which we feel
must bo remedied at onco beforo a
permanent reform movement can be
inaugurated with any reasonable
prospect of success.
3. Holding these views, wo re
quest of the King:
First, That he shall at onco and
unconditionally dismiss his present
cabinet from office, and wc ask that
he shall call one of these persons,
viz: William L. Green, Henry
Wnterliousc, Godfrey Brown, pr
Mark P. Robinson, to assist him In
selecting a new cabinet, which shall
be committed to the policy of secur
ing a new constitution.
Second. That Waiter M. Gibson
shall bo at once dismissed from
each and every office held by him
under tho government,
Third. In order so far as possi
ble to removo the stain now resting
on tho throne, wo request of the
King that ho shall cause to be made
immediate restitution of the sum, to
wit: Seventy-one thousand dollais
(871,000) recently obtained by him
in violation of law nnd of his oatli
of ofllcc, under promise that the
persons from whom the same was
obtained should receive tho license
to sell opium, as provided by sta
tuto of thu year 188(1.
1. Whereas one Junius Kuao was
implicated in the obtaining of said
seventy one thousand dollars (871,
000) and has since been and still is
retained in oflico ns Registrar of
Conveyances, wu request as a snfo
guard to tho propeity interests of
the country that Bakl Kaao bo ut
once dismissed from Baid office, and
that the records of our hind titles
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bo placed iii tho" hands o'f one In
whose integrity the people can safely
C That wc request it specific
pledge from tho King.
(1) That lie will not, in the future,
interfore either directly or indirectly
with the election of representatives.
(2) That ho will not interfere with
or attempt to unduly inllucnco legis
lation or legislators.
Resolved that the committee of
TO WAIT OX KINO.
W. W. Hall,
J. A. Kennedy,
W. II. Bice, '
K. B. Thomas,
II. C. Heed,
W. P. A. Brewer,
J. B. Atherton,
Is hereby appointed to present the
foregoing resolutions and requests
to the King, and said Committee is
hereby instructed to request of tho
King n pcrsonul answer to the same
be returned within twenty-four
hours of the time when the same
are presented : mid to further inform
the King that his neglect to so an
swer the same within said lime will
be construed ns a refusal of the said
Jtcsolocd, That said committee,
in case of the King's refusal to
grant said requests, or in case of
liis neglect to reply to the same, is
autlioiized to call another mass
meeting at this place on Saturday,
July 2, at 2 v. M. to f in titer consider
There was no interpretation of
speeches as speeches were to be
made in both languages. On Mr.
Jones calling on Mr. Green there
was tremendous applause.
The Hon. W. L. Green spoke at
considerable length and his remarks
were received with loud cheorx. He
said they were assembled to express
their views on tiio past, and also as
to tho fiituie. (Loud cheers.)
Mr. "W. A. Kinney next spoke.
He said it is time that the Throne
was addressed in the language of
truth and that means the recon
struction of the Cabinet. He par
ticularly urged a new constitution
and that speedily. He next spoke
in Hawaiian, and his remarks were
received with tremendous cheers.
These addi esses were frequently
interrupted with vociferous cheering
Mr. Bishop then ascended the
rostrum, and read the following let
ter from the King:
Thursday, Juno 30, 1887,
Hon. C. It. Bishop, Member of the
House of Noblos, Piivy Council
lors of State, &c.
J ft Dear Sir: Reposing es
pecial confidence in your loyalty nnd
sound judgment as a councillor, and
knowing your regard for our peo
ple, we arc moved to call upon you
in tho present condition of affairs in
our Government, to say that wc
luivo called upon the Hon. W.
L. Green to form a Cabinet and
a ministry which lie may select and
which wiil be acceptable to the res
pectable and responsible majoiity
of our people will be welcome to us,
and any guarantees which may be
reasonably required of us under the
constitution and laws of our king
dom will be at once conceded to
The meeting was addressed by
Messrs. Dole, McCandless, C. R.
Bishop, H. Waterhouse, Jr., R. Jay
Greene, L. A. Thurston, P. lsen
berg, II. S. Swinton. The burden
of the speeches was a radical change
is wanted at once. Strong determi
nation was expressed by every
spoakor. Tho meeting was extremely
enthusiastic from beginning to end.
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IX
llonluhi. Having a lroptngu qu
King street of CO feet adjoining tho ucyv
ui Ick Mores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to the ostato of tho lit Thus.
Meek. L'nnulre of J. I. DOWiJlCTT,
Queen street, Honolulu, Juno 111, '.s".
FOR SALE !
ONK LAISGE LOT, corner Pcnfucolu
mid Lunnlllo k-ts., which can bo
dlviilcn into two or more building lots.
Knqulre of G. WEST,
lCIH Of West, How & Co.
LET Oil LEASE.
A IIOUSB, containing five
rooms, besides dining room,
klluhcn nnd pantry, nnd every
convenience for a lamily; one acre of
ground, well hhnded wlih a'geioba tiecs,
situated on ICiniiu (.licit between Ala.
pal mid K-iplolunl sts. A ply on the
premise to Tims. Hiiwcasile, (t7 1;2
LEASIJ OP LAHUU BUSINKSS
premis ' at Kohalu, lltuvnli, Hull,
able lor More A good opening for n
With numerous bed rooms, as thcio is
a want of u rostnmant and rooming
establishment in Kolmla, and by proper
management would bo u lucrative tnisl.
JTOXl A. SXOKID.
It Is in the center of thu white nnd
native population with over UCK0 leet of
floor hjuicc nnd Mnnds on a largo lot
with close fence, lingo water supply nnd
overy convenience. Rent $10 a month.
I.enjo 13 yoars to run, will sell at a
reasonable in ice, Particulars of.
"F YOU WANT A SERVANT
. nilvcrlUo in (he Daily JIullktin, '
INQUEST ON THE NUUANU STREET
In accordance with Chapter X,
of the Session Laws of 1880, which
provides for inquests of ilres, the
Marshal convened a jury composed
of tho following named gentlemen
to enquire into tho origin of tho
flic at Cunha's store, on Nutianu
street, on thu night of tho 20th in
stant. Tho jury wcro Messrs.
Louisson, J. II. Sopcr, II. Water
house, -W. W. Hall, J. B. Atherton
and M. Davis.
Mr. S. B. Dole made the appli
cation for tho enquiry on the part
of the Northern Assurance Com
pany. Thu building was insured
for $2,000 nnd the stock for $5,000.
Manuel R. de Madeiras, first wit
ness, stated that immediately after
the fire took place, he went to
Frank Cunha's house nnd naked
him if ho know that his store was
burnt. IIo asked me if it were
true, or a joke. On assuring him it
was true, he dressed himself and
wc went down together. "Wc started
within ono hour after my arrival at
Ills house. I went up in a hack.
When wc got to thu ruins Cunha
wanted to go inside the building
but he was not permitted to do so.
He said he felt most sorry nbout the
death of the boy. lie knew nothing
about the affairs of the business
before the fire happened.
Antone Fernandez sworn, stated :
He remembered the flru but did not
go there. 1 saw Sir. John Cunha
going home at quarter past 7 o'clock
the evening of the fire. I went to
Cunha's house about 11 o'cloek and
told them that the store was burnt
out. I stayed about four minutes
and then went to my own house.
After 1 had gone to bed a man
came and asked mo if I knew any
thing about the boy. No enquiry
was made about the store goods. I
do not know if John Cunha got up
when I went to his house. 1 heard
him speak. I did not know the
boy was dead when I started out.
Jose Rosa sworn: I knew the
boy that lost his life. He some
times slept in a room of the second
lloor of the store. 1 do not know
whose business it was to close the
store, or what is the regul.ir time of
closing. 1 do not know who car
ries the key of tho storo.
1 M. Swanzy sworn, stated: I
am connected with Messrs. T. II.
Davies & Co. They aro insurance
agents. The premises destroyed
were insured in their office. The
building and stock had previously
been insured for live or six years.
John Cunha sworn, slated: I
closed the store doors and locked
them at 7 o'clock together with
Frank Cunha and the boy. Frank
Cunha then said he wanted some
meat for tho dog, and tho boy volun
teered to go for it. In a little while
ho came back. 1 started for my
house and the boy and Frank Cunha
went together. I got to my hotiso
between 7 and 8 o'cloek. About
half-past 8 o'cloek I went to bed.
I heard no flic bell rung. I felt so
scared when I was told my store
was burnt out, that, 1 could not
speak. I did not go down town
that night. I went down next morn
ing at 0 o'clock.
Mr, Dolo, in addressing the jury,
said that this was all the evidence
thoy had to olfor. Tlioy would
observe that there was no light
burning in the store on the night of
tho fire, neither were there any
matches there, and no appaicnt
cause by which the place could be
set on fire. It was for them to
decide whether it was the result of
a puro accident or not. They
would observe that on tho news of
the fire being convoyed to the part
ners in the business, there was no
surprise expressed. It was possible
that the boy who eventually lost his
life was sent for the meat in order
to be got out of tho way until the
fire was well under way. The
value of the verdict would be an
expression of any suspicious cir
cumstances. Mr. Dole then invited
the jury to visit the site of the fire
which they did.
No verdict yet giveti.
A cordial imitation is hereby extend
ed to ill o public of Honolulu, with ml
distinction of 8-ct or nationality, to bo
present at tint 1th of July liter iry ex. r
oisiH plculo. rinil Hold sports to be bold
in "Liulu Hi ituln,'' King ttrcnt, on Mon.
day July lilt 1887 commencing ut 10
o'ulouk H. in. Buses will run itvciy 10
mliiiitis from tho corner of King mill
Fart Mreetm, beglnlug8 o'cloek ii. m. to
ony tho peniilo out to tho ground i freo
of charge. Horses mid carriage? c in ho
fiihtiucd on tho promlbus rccupicd bv
Hon II ii. Whitney, aljoining the
gicuwla oi) tho West Mdo, Nohorroi
will hu allowed within tho plcnio
br-uiids. THE COMMIT1BU
SHOP. Rear of Linn-.' Mill.
A LAW STUDENT.
TvKSHtES A roimoN as oi.kiik
JL or lopyht.
V, O, Box -Ml
Addicss II. A.
10 1 u
CotlllgO to IvGttt
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent j furniture nt a bargain.
For p irtiouhirs enquiro cf Jno. Jlagocn.
Agent, Merchant stieet. 37 tf
FOURTH OF JULY.
I am Instructed by Mons. Henri Fcer,
French Commi-sloticr, to toll at public
auction (on account of Departure) at
bla uflhlenoe, on llcretanla olrcet, nd
joining Fort Bticet Church,
At 10 o'clock n. in,
The whole of his Household Furniture
1 PAltLOR SET,
Dining T.blo and Chairs,
SEVERAL BEDROOM SETS,
('Inure, Table and Hacking Chair,
Chatidelloi'd and Lumps,
Croeltery and GrliiHWvtire
Curtains nnd Lambrequins,
Kitchen Stove and Uten-llp,
Ladies' nnd Gent's Suldle, cts, n'sn
Ono 2Seated Family Carriage
F.iOM TIIE FII1M OF
Hoffnung & Go,, S
Thesis go;uls comprlEo every dc3ciiption
Notions and Novels!
Ladies' & Gent's Saddlery, &c.
Will be sold at
in quantities to suit.
The gooJs are now on do !n tho room
Over Yates and nlcKenzie's,
Opposite the Oceanic GVs Wharf.
A new !ot of
Stetooii's Black Silk Dress, and
Jint to hnnd.
Just the thing for the
4lh of July.
All- Hig Boys tin flui!
Elegant New Stylish Goods
FOR SAN FKANCISCO,
Tho At Steamship
Will h nve Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday July 5th,
For Frult;lit or Piisjoku, apply lo
50 WM, Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
Ciirlngcs ut all hours, dny nnd nlg'it.
Snddlu Hon C3, Ihijrgics, Wugoucttes and
Village- CirfB with stylish and gcntlo
horses to let.
A few Horse, gimiantccd. Second
Iriud llncks, Open and Top IJuggles,
Cans and Uiunet-t).
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or apply to
IU1I.12S & IIAYLKY.
To the leys!
By order of MR. .I011X S. SPEAK,
wc will hcII at Public Auction, nt his
Moio Fort Street,
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th,
At 10 o'clock n. m his
STOCK OF JEWELRY
Ladies' & Gent's Diamond Rings
Gent's Solid Gold Scarf I'lus,
Solid Gold Earrings,
uouar unit diccvg isttuons,
Waltham Gold and Silver Watches
An assortment of SOLID SIL
Tea & Table Spoons
Knives, Forks, Nnpklu Rings, Etc.
EST Tho above n nicies tiro all gu iran
teed, mid aie sold on account of re
moval. Special accommodations for ladles nt.
tending tho sale.
ADAMS & Co.
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
i coupled by thu undersigned,
V. C PAKKE
ISS M COHEN.
Ladies' Fashionable Hair Dre33er and
Also CombingH made up in tho latest
styles and at
Will go to residence if desired. Apply
at L. ADLEK'S shoo Moic, No 1SJ inuu.
ami itteet. 71 lm
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS lmving tikcn
clmrgurf the WniUlki Hath House
begii to inform tho public that ho "111
lun tho place as a llrst-cluss bathing
MltS. CttOOKS will attend to tho lady
patrons of tho phicc, and every effort
will be in ado lo make It attractive.
HARNESS MAKER has moved to
No. 78 ICl g fatrcet lieNt to the
Metropolitan Market. 04 lm
ALL PAKTIEH WHO HAVE OR
dcred the outfit, can havo ?amo by
applying at J. II. SUPERS.
No. 10 Mcrchint street. 73 lm
TIIE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMDER3 OF THE
Quccn'.i llo.-pitnl Corporation will
luUo ptaco ul the room of tho Chamber
of Coiiimerco In Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th ncxtnt 11 a. m.
57 If Secy. pro. tem.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. Box 07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
For Salo or Leaso the Nunnnu Valley
Ranch, head of Numuiu Vallcj , easy
For Sale house nnd lot on Beret an hi
atucl, house marly new contains 0
rooms pleasantly situated, garden etc
in excellent older. Would bo told
Blacksmith Shop in tho new Brick
Building on King btnetuearNuunnu,
recently occupied by O. T. lloyl.
Opposite Old Station House.
Shop on King Street In now brick build
ing near Nuunnu, next door to tlio
Chinese News Co.'s Olllcc,
Two Cottages on Punchbowl street between
King unci Beretunla.
Handsomo Rcsldonco on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, large ground with
outdiouscs etc. Rent $1)0 a muii h.
Furnished Cottage ft minutes walk from
Post Olllco suitable for single petton.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO is
uuthoii.ed (o collect mouioi and sign
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
ment?, &c., Drawn on Short
28 Merchant Street.
LOST Oil MISSOAKItlED.
ON THE OCKANIO Co., WIIA11F
of May lllbt, on arrival of Austra
lia a largo black leather valise tightly
snapped handle 1 roken and hemp cord
substituted. Any penon delivering
Fiinio at Paul Kcumni.ns (lujcwlllbo
(2 if PAUL NEUMANN.
rllso it lu tho Paily EcLLEra
jtvii tci. .ijh. aitititia Tci. iau
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE-FOR SALE.
Premises on Judd Street, m prrsenl occu
pied by J. Einmelutli. Over 2 acres
In cxlent; substantially cuchxed,
graded, planted with fruii trcc.both
loielgu anil native; durable buildings.
Premises near Thomas Square. Kiilaokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone
Building Lot, corner of School Mid Foit
streets opposite tho Government
S'chool House 203 ft. on Fort strna.
12 i feet on School street; one '-'-roomed
Lot ol Land In Knlilii Valley, opposite tho
Tho "Old Cornor," situate on the cast cor.
ncr of Nuuunu nnd Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsncola and Wilder
Avenues, Muklki, 2 ncres more or lets;
may bo divided up for small home,
To Let That very convenient nnd de
sirublo cottnga on Merchant street
opposito the Mutual Telephone build
ing. Filly Acres (more or less) in Ilauikl, cast
of Monnalun; 14 acres of agricultural
land; 25 acres nil together sultnblo
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or b;i
nanus. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Leaso ol Fish Pond at Wuikiki. A taro
opportunity for a profltnblo invest
ment. Cattlo Ranch nt Kaanapnli, Mnul, suitable
for a lanchman of limited moans.
Leaso ol Cottage and Lot Wth largo stable
accommodation, n Punchbowl street,
near tho Puuoa Stream.
Threo Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do.
ing a prolliablo business. Situated ua
At the foot of I'unchboul strctt;
On Alakcn, above King street;
On llotil, between Nuuunu nnd
Fort sti eels.
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and large lot above Kiniui
street, ou the Hank of Puuchb wl hill.
Uulldings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Largo 2-Story Collage, out Beretnnia
btrcct, makai of Punahou, 24 milts
from tho Pobt Oflico. Together with
grounds nnd artesian well. These
premises aro fnlly appoiu id and very
convenient for a largo family, and nro
furnished with servants' quartets, car
riage house, stables, itc. '
One Largo 2-Story Coltago, on thu flank of
of Punchbowl, l4 miles irom tho Post
Ofllce, fully supplied with every con
venience for lmmcdinto occupation.
Splendid location, binutiful vlow.
Ono Cottage, with largo ymd accommo.
dation, corner of Liliha and King
streets. Convenient homo for modcr.
nlofiuuilv; tive mlnutei' walk from
the Post Ofllce.
Ten Acres (more or less) of good pasture
land situnlo ou tho Government road
in Kail hi livo miles from town.
A 5-Room Collage with kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of tbo Post Ofllce.
By a Lady, ns nurso or housekeeper, who
has had many years experience aud
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper nnd genc-nl business
man, who Is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business.
Wages not nn object.
By a Practical Enuineer, who can give tho
besl of references if de&ircd.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman.
who understands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has bceu many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them.
solve i useful In doing tho chores in
private families; taking euro of horse
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regnrd to
tho foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMEIt
CHARLES J, FISH EL
Has received a full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Luces,
Ribbons, Half, Millinery.
ALL THE GO X
Go inspeot Mr. Fishel's Now Goods !
Leading Millinery House.
A YOUNG MAN,
CRIPPIED BY BAIIWAY ACOI.
d nt, wishes n position as watch.
n.an, ors mUarlitht situation. Knqulre
at ta s olLCC 10 at.
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