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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack aland: Merchant and Fort
Btrcct. Telephones, 335.
T 11 K
FRIDAY, JAN. IS, 1839.
Htmr U Hall fiom Hawaii :un! Maul
Sluir Knala fiom Unhilua mid vi alnnao
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Koohiu
Stmr .In' MuKee from ICupaa
Sehr Mot Wuliliie for Ilamakua
Sclir Kaukenoiill for Kohala
Btinr Kllauca for Maullaml Hawaii
For San Francisco per bark 0 D Bry
ant, Jnn 17 Miss MoChesney, Mrs Do
vcrln, E Dolan and J Steven".
For Ilamakua per stmr Iwalanl, Jan
17-Mr Pierce, Mrs J It Mills, A W
Carter mill 20 tied:
CAHCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilanea lion 3,050 bgs sugar and
:)0 lid of uattle.
MAIL FOR SAM FRANCISCO.
The tern W. S. llowne lcwcs for
San Francisco next Tuesday and
will carry a mail from the Post
Olllce. The Howne is a fast sailer
and is likely to reach the Coast
several days ahead of the next
ateamer. This will be a good op
portunity to answer correspondence
by the mail steamer due to-morrow.
The time of closing the mail will bo
To-morrow afternoon there will
be u paper chase storting from the
Makiki recreation grounds, at about
2 o'clock. Messrs. K. 1. Low and
Irishman will be the hares, carrying
with them bags of paper the hitter
torn up in small pieco3 which they
will scatter for scent. The hounds
some twenty in number will .start
fifteen minutes later than the hares.
The finish will be at the Hotel.
A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a special
sale of stationery, etc., at his sales
room. Particular attention must be
called to this sale. Business men
who arc in need of account books,
billheads and other necessaries of an
office should not fail to attend.
There is also some choice reading in
the shape of four thousand novels
and other bound books. Of artist's
materials there is a large assort
ment. The goods aro now on view
and great bargains may be looked
for. Everything must be sold.
A HANDSOME BUILDING.
The new building adjoining the
Station house for the Messrs. Cart
wrinht, is about completed and will
be occupied next week. It is a
two-story building, with pressed
brick fiont, concrete trimmings,
plastered and hard finished inside.
The front windows are of Queen
Anne style. It is fitted up with
sash doors, movable transomes and
safe vaults 7x10 feet. Mr. A. J.
Cartwright will occupy one side and
' the Messrs. Mousarrnt the other.
The upstairs, approached by a spa
cious hallway, will be let for law
yer's ollices. The plans were drawn
by Mr. J. A. Palmer. Mr. E. B.
Thomas was contractor and super
intendent, and the work is a credit
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. 0. A. was held last even
ing in the parlors, the President W.
AV. Hall in tho chair. Mr. F. J.
Lowrey acted as secretary pro tern.
Iicports were received as follows :
From Temperance Committee by P.
C. Jones, Finance Committee by C.
M. Cooke, Devotional Committee by
J. B. Atherton, Entertainment Com
mittee by F. J. Lowcry. General
Secretary Fuller read his report,
which was approved. The report
of the Treasurer showed the expen
pitures for the past month had been
8213.55, leaving a balance of 8(1.10
on hatid. Two now members were
elected and a collection was taken
up amounting to 80.50.
It was voted to circulate n peti
tion ninoug the members of the As
sociation, inviting Mr. 1). L. Moody,
the evangelist, now in San Friin
cUco, to visit tho islands and hold
nr.i'oiti: roi.tou jusrici: iosrr.it.
Fuidav, January 17.
No criminal cases tried up to
Kelnwnhiiiu vs. Kuahiua, assump
sit for 8138.80. Judgment for
plaintiff for amount claimed witli
S3. CO costs.
Miss Carpenter vs. Mulo Kuhuo
lip!, ussumpbit on a note. Judg
ment for plaintiff for 8119.80.
Chas. E. Thrasher vs. George
Markham, assumpsit for S25.83,
Dofendant agrees that judgment for
amount claimed he entered against
him on Jan. 23rd, if not sooner settled.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An owner is wanted for a strayed
Mn. 15. 11. Thomas has a notico in
Jin. Jltirgiin'H cash sale this morn
ing was well ntlemlcil.
Tin: U. H. S. Dolphin will wait tho
nnival of the foreign mail.
Tin: Hawaiian Transfer Company
have a nolieo in another column.
TKNumifl are called for shoeing the
Government mules and hoises for tho
next six months.
Tm: Hawaiian Tramways Company
have a notice in this hsuo relating to
tenders for feed.
Tin: wooden building corner of
Met chant and Ntiunnu streets has
been taken down.
J. 12. BnowNifcCo. advorlifco choice
lied Skin Potatoes at low prices, to
M. Louis Koch is announced as an
attache of tho French legation in the
personal service of the Coiiiiiiistioinr
Somk important additions have
been made to tho time table of the
Hawaiian Tiamways Company. The
Sunday time table is given.
Tin? singing class at the Y. M. 0.
A. Hall last evening was attended by
twelve young men. Others arc ex
pected to join at tho next meeting.
. i .
Tin: Waialua shooting case is still
on trial in the Supremo Court this
afternoon. The caso of tho King vs.
Dr. Schmoil will ptobably come up
Tin: oflioeis of the Leloiohoku
Guards for the ensuing year aro:
Captain, W. S. AVond ; First Lieuten
ant, Alex. Smith ; Second Lieutenant,
A. K. Kunuiakea.
This boat raeo between the five
o.ued whaleboats of II. 15. M. S.s Hya
cinth and Coimorant will take place
at half-past four o'clock this after
noon, in the harbor.
Tiiik evening the Hawaiian band
will give ii concert on II. 15. iI. S.
Hyacinth for the benefit of the ship
ping in tho liuibor. Tho music can
bo heard fiom the whatf.
Tin: lloyal Mail Steamer Zealan
di:i is due to-morrow from San Fian
cifcco en louto to the Colonies. At
this time of the year there may possi
ble be delay of the English mails.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Band concert on board II. B. M.
S. Hyacinth at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu lliflcs
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R
Polynesian Encampment No.
O- O. F. at 7 :30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Paper chase at 2 o'clock p.
from baseball grounds.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at Y.
M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nv i,. j. m:t.v.
At 10 a. m. at silcsroom, special
sale of stationery, hooks, plush arti
cles, dolls, legal, letter and note
paper, artists materials, etc.
11V J. F. JIOKOAX.
At 10 o'clock a. m. at old Custom
House, Queen street, anchors,
chains, boats, rope, rigging, etc.
NAVAL ROW CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
concert this evening on board II.
B. M. S. Hyacinth commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: 1'AllT I.
Overture The Caliph of Bagdad..
Fautiinhi Scotch Airs Gasner
Gland National Fantasia Knppcy
Walt. The Jubilee Coote
Malauai, Mahina Mahuualaiii.i,Llpollpo.
Medley North ' ami South Moses
Gavotle Queen's Own Ainllllou
Fantasia Mill In the Foie8t..MIchaelis
Quadrille .The Times Coote
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled U.iuuer.
A meeting of tho members of the
firstgcoiigrcgation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral was held hist evening in
the Sunday school room, tho Bishop
presiding. Tho attendance was
small, there ueinj present Messrs.
John Bush, Henry Smith, F. J.
Testa, C. II. White, E. Stiles, G. S.
Harris and J. K. N. Kcoln. The
resignation of Mr. Smith as church
warden was accepted, and Mr. John
JJusli, head muster at lohun school,
appointed in Ida stem). Tho treas
urer's accounts for tho past year
were submitted. They showed a
balance in hand of 811.50, hut us
there are several outstanding ac
counts yet to bo paid, there will bo
u deficiency. G. S. Harris was
appointed bishop's churchwarden.
The Bishop stuted that tho election
of syuodsmen would be held in
February. Messrs, II, Smith, D.
KolJett, E. Stiles and J. K, N, Ko
ola were elected sidesmen for tho
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY 18, 1889.
WAIALUA SHOOTING CASE.
Tnur or j. n. lionniiTSon in inn
st'i'iir.Mi: cot t.t.
In the Supreme Court this
ins, tho caso of the Kinc vs.
Robertson, was called for trial. Tho
indictment was presented as follows:
That J. R. Robertson, n foreigner,
on the 13lh day of October, 1888,
with force and arms in and upon
one Louis Magoney wilfully, felon
iously and without authority or
justification by law maliciously did
make an assault, being then and
there armed with a weapon obviously
and imminently dangerous to life,
to wit, a loaded gun, and the said
gun did then and there shoot mid
discharge at the said Louis Magoney
and him the said Louis Magoney
did then, and thereby gricviously
wound against the peace and dignity
of our sovereign Lord the King and
contrary to the form of the statute
in such caso made and provided.
The defendant pleaded not guilty
to the charge.
Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son and V. A. Whiting appeared
for the Crown ; V. V. Ash ford, Paul
Neumann and G. K. "Wilder for de
fendant. The following jury was sworn:
II. G. Crabbc, G. C. Stralcmuyer,
J. II. Black, J. Welsh, Robert
Grieve, I. A. Burgelt, G. E. llowo,
Hugh Guiin, T. F. Laiibing, Clms.
Lucas, J. M. Dowsett and W. 15. II.
Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son opened to tho jury, briefly review
ing the facts of the case. With
regard to delay in bringing up the
case, Mr. Peterson said, that owing
to the defendant being related to
the Attorney-General, the matter
had been placed in his hands. He
had been absent on Hawaii several
months and since his return had
been very much occupied. There
had been no intention to delay the
case, if any blame in the matter he
was alone responsible for it.
The prosecutioti first called Dr.
G. Trousseau, who said that ho con
sidered his evidence that of an ex
pert and should receive remunera
tion for his services.
Ins Honor: If you ask my opin
ion doctor, I should say you ought
to be paid.
Mr. Peterson : I do not call Dr.
Trousseau as an export witness.
Dr. Trousseau : I decline to give
testimony as an expert.
His Honor: I cannot make any
order, though I think the Govern
ment ought to remunerate you.
Dr. Trousseau: With all due res
pect to the Court, I take an appeal
before the full bench.
Dr. Trousseau sworn said : I hold
a license to practice medicine. Have
been here eighteen years I know
the man Magoney. In October last
1 attended upon him professionally.
At 2 o'clock on the morning of
October 1-1, 18S8, a man brought
Magoney in a brake to m.y house.
It was a dark and rough night.
Magoney was laid in the bottom of
the btake. When I lound his con
dition I had him removed to the
Queen's Hospital at once. 1 tele
phoned to Drs. McKibbin and Bro
die the hospital medical olllccrs that
there was a serious case at the in
stitution. Within half an hour the
three of us were there altogether,
and made a thorough examination
of Magoney. He was very weak
from loss of blood. He was shot in
the lower part of the left arin. We
dtcided that immediate amputation
was neccsary. It was performed
by Dr. McKibbin. The lower part
of the left fore arm hung by little
pieces of skin. By tho size of the
wound I should say it was made by
Dr. Robt. McKibbin sworn said:
I am a practising physician and sur
geon. Am regular attending physi
cian at tho Queen's Hospital. Ma
go..ey was brought there at 2 o'clock
a.m. October Mth. Dr. Trousseau
telephoned to mo about him. We
made an examination and saw the
only chance for his life was amputa
tion. Both bones of lower part of
fore, arm were shot There was no
shot there it had passed through.
Found scattering shot in different
parts of body. There must have
been two shots. Magoney was dis
charged from the hospital Novem
ber lUti. His recovery was rather
J. II. Soper sworn said: J inn
Marshal of the Kingdom. 1 invest
igated the premises at Waialua a
day or two after the shooting. Saw
the house and the lav of the laud.
Saw a shot gun there, a double bar
relled breech loader with snap on
top. It was an old gun.
Cross-examined: The piece of
wood (produced) is tho braco of a
saddle ruck. I found it near tho
veranda of the house. It has been
under lock and key ever since,
Louis Magoney, sworn, said: I
know J. It. Robertson. I was work
ing for him in October last. Hud
been there for four or five weeks.
On Saturday tho I3th of October I
went with Mr. Robertson to Mr.
Gay's for some horses. Wo btarted
about 8 o'clock in the morning. He
left me in the afternoon to go to
Waialua. I got tho horses after
bomu dilllculty and took them home,
arriving theio about three o'clock in
tho afternoon. Robertson got home
about half or three-quarters of an
hour later. He called us nil in to
get supper. Thero were John, An
gus, Kealoliu urn) uiysef. Wc all
had supper, Dining tie meal I
made some reuiuijv about tho des
cription of the horses I was sent
after which made Robertson mud
and excited. Ho called mo a d
s of a b , and getting up pick
ed up an nxc handle and mado two
welts at mo. I shoved hint and ho
fell down, upsetting a kettle of hot
water off the slove. I warded the
blows off. A man named John got
hold of me and 1 went out by the
kitchen door and round to the loom
where I sleep. Did not go into the
room. Whilo standing outside think
ing, saw Robertson come right
through the shod. Ho put a gun
up to his shoulder and said, you
s of a b 1 have got you now.
He shot, but 1 did not exactly feel
it that time. The second time he
aimed right at my head. 1 tried to
dodge the shot and closed up to him
when ho shot me in tho arm. He
said g d you, I will kill you.
I told him lie might as well have
killed inc. John came and I laid
my head on his knee. When Rob
ertson saw what ho had done he
sent Angus after a horse and got
some bandages and bound my arm
up, using shingles. Ho also got a
bottle of carbolic acid and poured it
into the wound. It burned me con
siderably. While 1 was laid down
I said you aro a fine lot of men nol
to have been able to take the gun
away from him. 1 was brought to
town. When the first shot was fired
he was about fifteen feet away.
Could not say exactly. At the sec
ond shot he was pretty close to me.
Cross-examined: 1 was not drunk
that evening. Had not words with
anyone but Robertson. I sat at the
centre of the table at supper time,
Robertson being at the end. Angus
sat between me anilRobeilsoii. Koa
loha was between me and John. I
spoke to Robeitson about Misdescrip
tion he gave me of the horses. He
stood up and got an axe handle from
behind the kitchen door, and made
two blows at me. I warded the
blows off by probably being quicker
than he was. He struck me on the
left arm. I shoved him over as lie
was making the second blow. I re
mained in the room about two sec
onds after the trouble. John grab
bed me and I went out of the room.
1 did not say anything to Robertson.
I did not say "you s of a b 1
will cut your liver out." I had no
thing in 1113' hand. Did not have a
piece of wood in my hand before
the shooting. After I left tho din
ing room 1 never touched even a
board of the house. Have not made
a statement to any one. I did not
say one week after the shooting to
Messrs. Eckhardl and Flohr and my
brother "that if Robertson had not
got that shot at me he would have
been wearing a wooden coat by this
time." I was talking with them. I
may have said something in a tem
per, but I do not often get so. I do
not know Chas. Malony, who occu
pied a cot near to me. Flohr and
my brother were talking to me, and
Mr. Eckliardt told me to stop and
they went away. My father was
Italian, my mother English. I was
born atNewcastle-on-Tync. It was
daylight when the shooting happen
ed. They started witli me to town
At 11 :50 the Court took n recess.
BLUE BSDBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Itibbou League will be given
to-morrow evening at the Y. M. 0. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:90 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo A. P. Wall
Song (11. I!. M.S. Hyacinth)
Mr. C. Clear
Heading ..Vis. I.. MeCullv
Song (II. I! M. S-. Ilvaelnlh)
Recitation Mr T. Ash
song Mr. Evans
Addict Hon. Alex. Young
Everybody is cordially invited to
ltalloon races the winder being
one winch lauds nearest to an as
signed spot have been held in l'aris
on two successive Sundays, the pro
ceeds being devoted to charitable
purposes. The llrst time there were
bix, and the second time eight com
petitors, whilo next Sunday there
will be ten. The chief prizo lias
been twice gained by M. Louis
Godard, hon of tho celebrated
aeronaut, and himself manager ol
a balloon manufactory. His balloon,
in which lie had two fellow passen
gers, alighted at La Verrierc, ten
kilomettes from tho belfry of Chev
rcusc, which, on account of its pro
iniueuca at a distance, had been
selected as the winning-post. His
competitors lauded fiom llfteen to
twenty-ninu kilometres from Chuv
rcuso. M. (iodurd owed his suc
cess to keeping at a low altitude,
whereas on the previous .Sunday he
won by adopting the opposite course.
This shows that thero was no clmiice
and M, do Konvielle, onu of the
judges, regards tho result as a strik
ing confirmation of the view for
years enunciated by him namely,
that by skilful handling of thu bal
last and valve, balloons may, in
tolerably still weather, be approxi
mately hteered. These races are
likely to effect btcady progress in
this direction. X. Y. paper.
NICE FARMIliC IN JAPAN.
The Brooklyn "Citizen" says:
The arlistiu nicety of appcarunco of
Japanese farms has its natural
counterpart on the practical side.
Land is dear and tuxes arc high.
Tho land tax was formerly U per
cent, 1 but believe, is now 2A. Then
there are specific taxes on special
crops, such as tea, rice and silk.
Nationally, therefore, cultivation is
thorough. Xot a square Inch of toil
is wasted, and the laud is kept up
to ft high degree of fertility.
Xctkc underfill mJ ok charged 10 eenlt
per line for tlteftrtl intcrtlon, and 3 ctnti per line
every aihlitlotml Inseilion.
YAW'S BOAT "BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
YEIIY Choice lied Skin Potatoes, hi
lots to suit, for sale cheap to oloic
lf.OSt J. B. BROWN & CO.
Notice of Gaimrtnersliii).
Hawaiian Transfer Co.
rpilE undersigned having purchased
JL tho business of J. Green and the
American Kxprc.'s Company, have con.
Eolldnted under the firm name of the
JSuvuiiim TrmiNi'ci' Co.,
ami arc prepared to carry on the Dray.
lnj; and Kxprru uuslnu&s of all kinds
Telephone Office at No To King street,
next door to Uobt. SIore.
C2TA11 kinds of cirtltig faithfully
and promptly attended to; furniture ic
moved and carefully handled; always on
hand on arrival of steamers.
If you want a wagon or dray you will
find it to your ml vantage to ling up
either of our telephones.
J. W. McGUIKE,
1B0 lm -J. MCQUEEN.
,4 LTj persons uaviug claims or bills
Xx. against Mr. E. B. Thomas, are
requested to present the same to Mr. O.
Dayton at his ofllce, 7!1 King street, over
(Juong Sam K'ee's store. All persons
owing him any money at 0 requested to
pay the rvalue at Mr. Dayton's oillce.
JTOIt SALE or IJSASE
THE Dwelling and Resi.
deuce ot Mr. K. L.
Thomas, coiner Kinau and
I'iikol streets, commands an uninter
rupted view of the Maklkl, I'alolo and
Mnnoa Valleys, mid it minutes walk to
the tranicars on King street. The main
building is plastered and bard finished
inside throughout. The building is '2
story with double parlor, dining room,
sitting loom, 4 bedrooms (up utairts),
biilli 100m and every convenience, de
tached cook house and pantry, stable
and out.lmihlinga complete; frontago to
l'iikoi street -100 feet, to l'cusacola street
!200 tcct, and to Kinau street abuut ISO
feet, the grounds arc nicely bud out,
irrigation 4,01)0 feet pips and 20 faucets.
Inspection Miy day. Further parti,
culars at the olllce of
E. 11. THOMAS,
130 lot Or to Mr. A. J. Caitwright.
To Stand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
At Hlolmtein Ktorli Farm,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
825 for Kuril 3Inic.
Mares bred to "GLORY" can icmiiii
O'l tin! farm at a pusiur.igo nt$12pr
annum. Every cur' Ukcu but uo ic
BgJfMires not proving in fn.d may be
returned nrxt season free of charge, il I
still own thu Hoc. .J. (iAY.
Notice of Special Partnership.
"piUS is to cortHy that the und.-i.
X higned have formed a special pi'.
nerihip puisuant to the statute in mli
cam made and provided.
That the nninis of the linn noil !
which such partnership i lo bo o.i.
limned U "Sing Chong & Co."
Tint the general nature of the busi
ness to be triMtsnctul is the railing,
pluming and cultivating of rice in the
Irilau 1 of Oatiu, il.e owning and opurnl.
i ii ir "I' lire eleahn; mllh on Bald Ibland
of 'iidm, and tint buying and selling of
all kinds of oooi,, w.ires" anil merchan
diKo in s ild I -l'tii'l of Oaliii.
Tint the i nucip il plaeo of business
of said lb in i Honolulu, Ibland of Ualiu,
on M'liiiinki'ii hired.
That the nnmca of nil the general and
special parlnms aru ns follow s:
A. II. Loo Ngawl:, HongQuon, Tung
Chung Soy and L. Alal, ulio all reside
In Honolulu, Inland of Onhu, and Lum
bay Kan, who icrhleat Kaalaea, District
of 'Kooluupoko, Inland of O.lhli, me the
generul p.irlncrj; and Lum Chung Wa
and Toug Hung, uho lesidu hi Hono
lulu, Isl-uid of (lahii, and L. Ap.uia,
'l'ong Chang Wnt, l.iong Num and L.
Tuck Kong, who t . -1 lo at Kong Shrong
Tu, District of Heimg San, in the Km
pire of China, aro the hpeciul p'ltlumH;
and that the uid A. II. Loo Nguwk,
Hong Qiion, Toug Clioug Soy and I..
Al.ii, have ciu.li coiitiibuled the Mini of
live t' oiiBuml dollir- (.ri0l)) ; mill thu
said Lum S ly ICu.i, I a CMiitiibutcd thu
sum of llfu-en tluiiMiird dollars 115.
001)) tnuiinU the capital i-t'jok, ami that
the eald purint'rhip U to cinmieiico on
the M day of .Intimity, A. 1) 18S'J, and
to continue ami be In force lor the term
of 1 yoirs Irom tsuld Utility f January,
A. 1). 18811
Dated Honolulu, Nov. hOth, A.!). 1SSS.
A II 1.00 NU.YWK,
TUNU (JHU.NU SOY,
L A LA I.
TON (5 HUNG,
LUM CHUNG WAA,
LUM SAY KAU,
Uy his ntt'y in Inct A II. Loo Ngawkj
TUNG CHANG WAl (w),
lly her aii'v In fuel Tout; Chung Soy j
Iiy Ms Blt'y in flirt A. II. Loo Xgawlc;
L. TL'CIC KONG,
lly Ids alt'j In fact A. II. Loo XgawU.
Duly acknowledged before Thus. W,
Hnlrrou, Notary Public, Island of Onhu,
ihu 4th day of I lectin her, 1HS3.
Ii5 ',1 o.i w
H. G. Cft'ABBE,
DEALER IN Wand GRAIN,
81 King Btreet, opposite the Old Slalloa
IMUituul rJ?l,lioiiu JSo. .I.
Is Reserved for the
.ii: -j. i
NKW ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR IN TO-MORROW'S
jjji1 n-tii r
52 THE "3ga
Ei&hr? Ac OOBJP-AJY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A .SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fauci Goods Siabto for tie Hay Season
Satin Tahlo Scurfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
I . CurtiiliiH. Htainpud Tiaion, fedioo Kiikh, J2t.
Full Lluo of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wc call particular attention to our fine bolection in
OiislowMfle GlotUu for Gum, Yonlls & Hflm !
Furnishing Goodu, Trunks, Valiscu,
Hats & Caps, Etc.,' Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Heckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fmo in
les' & Misses' Boots, Shoes & Slii
Call on uh before
C3f Mrs. E. C. Eowo's beautiful work
FOK'C S'X'J.tIi3ia'i 1IOJNOXVUJL.U.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prlcea Hum
Iovi'lllow iind ITuuoy Goodw, In Hiiiie Virioty.
IJ1EO leav tu In tot in my fiiMiiln uml
path nih, that 1 luloii'l liming Ihe
kiiigikui en thu Uih Kul ruary, in hu
ubscni uiiiil Oo'ib r, ati'l thai 1 will
cludu my ollh'u on iln bill of February.
M. ):. Ultw&KMAK, DiutiM.'
llllm No. 118 Hon 1 rit.
English and German
f 1SH 110LTE has opened u select
1YJL KiiL'llch uml (uiiiian School fur
young cliilUtcn. n!u will also give In
hliucllou In (ii'liiiau ami l'lencb, In
cillhbO.S, HI' ill pllVUtU k'.lsOIIS. IteM-
Ueiicu on the Lust Mclu ot .Maklkl btioet
onnoaliu thu Ihmcbull Giouudu
HJi f If :
OODS-ia 1S-XEW GOODS
in Point Laces on exhibition here"M
17 - S8
ware Co., L'd,
New hnoicc of
ALL jmrtlcit Indebted to T. S. Lues
on the "0th day of September last,
uru rcuucblcU to settle, up their nccnunU
at onto. V. S. LUCK,
lly hii attorney. lufuct, FruuW Urowu.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawalaliao Female Seminary.
imtkir of Voice & Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupili.
ltufvrs, by puriuiinii in leading pro.
fi'Mium of music In California, and to
prevloua cxperlcuce in teaching In that
rolute. Address ai above. HO 2n-
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