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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY 19, 1889,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 835.
SATUKDAY, JAN. 10, 1889.
Btmr AValideale from Kllanea mitt Ifu-
Stmr Mekolll from Molokal
Schr Lihollho from Kailnl
Sehr Kaalokal from Kauai
Schr Mile Slorils from Koolau
Stmr Kilnuca for Maul ami Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Jas Makcc for Kapna at u p m
Btmr Mokolil for Molokal
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr ICanla for Walanac and AVaialua
at 0 a m
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr AV G
Hall, Jan l8--Maior V H Cornwell, G
W (! Jones, Hon J Richardson, E Mc
Dade, A V Wilson, AV 1) and H II West,
F May, Dr G liurdell, It von Tcmpsky,
Ml68 Chapinan, llev W II llarncs, and
From Kauai per stmr James Makcc,
Jan 19--G E Falrchlld and C deck.
CARGOES FRUM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmt- W G Hall 10S8 bgs sugar,lir bgs
awa, 15G bgs coffee, 2t pkgs sun
dries, 14 hides and 20 hd cattle.
The bgtnc W G Irwin, schr W S
Bowne and bk Sonoma will sail eaily
next week for San Francisco.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March Persian Strauss
Overture Italian in Algicr IJos'ini
Finale Bcllarlo Donizetti
Selection Patience (by request)
Sr.vENiu Day Aivi:ntist Mission
Ham. Service at 7:30 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel PraKe Service
at 0 :30 v. m. Come and bring a fi lend.
Chuucii. Itcv. J.
Services at 11 a. in.
Kaavaiahao Ciiuncn. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 A. si.
CnNTitAi, Union Cuuiicii. Rev. 13.
G.Beckwith, JD. D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 9:45 a. m.
Setvices at 11 a. m., and 7:30 l". m
Rosian Catholic CATiuumAL.
C and 7 A. m., low mass with Holy Coin
inuuion. irervices in Kngligli at 7 a.
m.; and at 10 A. M., bigb mass, with
bcrmon either in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
tliree principal different nationalities of
the church; "J r. m., rosary and eate
tlsm; 4:30 i. si.,' instruction and bene
diction of the Itlcbbcd Sacrament.
St. ANimr.w's Catiirduai.
congregation will have service
at 0 :30
ami 10 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong at :i:'.!0 p. m.
Evening prayer with sermon at 0
o'clock p. in.
Second Congregation Itev, Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 :15 n.
m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 :U0
Holy Communion on the Fh'kl Sunday
of the mouth at ll:ir a. m.
Divine Service on Wednesdays, at 7:30
Chinese Congregation, Kev. II. H.
Gowen in charge. Morning piayer,
with sermon, at 11 :lfl A. si. Siuulay
fcchool, at 10 A. si. Evening prayer,
with seiinon, at 7:30 i: si.
aioniiON Chuucii. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. m. Services hi English
will be held at 2:00 i-.m. All are In
vited. Qui:kn Emma Ham.. Gospel and
song bcrvico for Hawaiian who speak
English at atu r. M. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Jaiunkhk fcjnuvici: : Gospel nnd
Souk Services at 11 a.m.; lliblu Class
7 :'M v. m lu tho Japanese V. 31. 0. A.
Itoom, Queen Emma Hall, corner !
Verctauia and Nuiiauu streets.
Cimkksu Chuucii. Kort street, near
corner Ilerutniila. Mr. Kong Shul Kro
uvaugcllst. Chinese Sunday school,
H :110 a. m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 'JiUO i ii. Preaching 11
A. M. and 7:l!0 r. m. lillilo class hi
Clhluuse Y. M. C. A. Hall, (isllO i: m.
U L U 1
DANGER IN TURNING BOOK LEAVES.
People who indulgo in tho inele
gant habit of wetting tho forefinger
lieforo turning the leaf of a hook
will do well lo note tho report of the
authorities of Dresden, who havo
licon investigating tho question
whether circulating libraries arc a
in od I u m (or thu spread of infectious
diseases. They rnhhed tho dir
tiest leaves of the bonks, first with
n dry finger and llion with u
microscopically examining the
duct In each o,ise, lit
thu first ciibo scarcely any microbes
weru found in tho linger, in tho
second case plenty, Though all
those appeared o h of w
iiifuQllmiH olmruotur, tho committee
wiuda up wllli u lOoouuuoudHliou to
readers not lo wot llin linger in tlm
mouth for tlio purposo of turning
over Mm IcftvcH,
The muulier of women who ln
durti Uielr Hvms U rapidly luurDnblng.
Tli Jdiiilou Tolearniili gov ?,2Q0
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mkb. McGregor has n notice else
II. 1). M. S. Cokmokakt was coal
Tun foreign jury is excused
Wednesday the 23d.
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A iirown mare has strayed
llackfeltl it Cn.'s yard.
Tun Bumcnio Court sits in banco
on Monday and Tuesday next.
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Miss Chapman and Mr. Kettle are
booked to leave for the Colonies on
The Finance Oflleo is anxious to
obtain volcanic specimens to send to
the Paris Exposition.
Anyoni: wishing to borrow money
and can give good security should
call on Hon. W. O. Smith.
No sign of tho ltoy.il mail steainei
Zealaudia us we go to press She
will bo along Sunday nioining.
TiiEim is a capital programme for
tho blue ribbon cutcrtainiiRiit this
evening, at the Y. M. C. A. hull.
Tub services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday aic at 11:15 a. in. and 7:30
Auction sale of stationery and
fancy goods this evening, at Mr. L.
J. Levey's auction room, commenc
ing at 7 o'clock.
Tin: band concert on hoard II. H.
M. S. Hyacinth last evening was a
great success and much appreciated
by the occupants of the naval row.
Tin: auction sale of stationery, etc.
by Mr. Levey, to-day, was well at
tended, and bargains were secured.
Tho balance of goods wil bo sold this
evening, sale beginning at 7 o'clock.
Tenders for cuibing tho sidewalk
and fencing tho Palace Square en
clo&ure,at the junction of King,Itich
ards and Merchant streets, should be
sent to the Inteiior oilice by noon on
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Blue liibboti entertainment at Y.
.I. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Special auction sale of goods at
Mr. L. J. Levey's salesroom at 7
The five-oared whale boat race
between crews from II. 1$. M. S.s
Hyacinth and Cormorant took place
yesterday afternoon, to the spar
buoy and return. The race was wit
nessed by a large number of specta
tors. At the start both boats got
away together and a line race en
sued to the lighthouse. Here the
Hyacinth crew took a slight lead and
maintained it to the end, winning
quite easily at the finish. Both
crews were lustily cheered as thej'
passed the different war vessels in
port. Considerable money changed
hands over the event.
Yesterday afternoon, on the AVai
kiki road, whilst Airs. Iledimann
was driving with her two young
children, the horse fell, and that
lady was thrown violently out on to
the road, sustaining injuries to her
face, whether of a serious character
is not yet known.
Assistance was obtained from
Sunny South, the nearest habitation
to the scene of the accident, and
Mr,s. Hcdiinanu, after some tempo
rary remedies were applied to her
injuries, was, with her children,
transferred to another carriage, and
BLOE RIBBON LEACUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Illue Hibbon League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. O. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:!i0 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
lMauo Solo A. P. AVall
Song (II. U. M.S. Hyacinth)
Heading ..Mrs. MoCully
Song (tJ. 1$. M.S. Ilvacinth)
Mr. J. Jolly
Hccltntloii Mr T. Ami
Snug Mr. W. Evans
Addiess Hon. Alex. Young
Everybody is cordially invited to
SUPREME COURT-JAN? TERM.
mu'our. iiicki'.u'iox J.
Satuhday, Jan. It).
The King vs. F. Sclnnorl. Prac
tising as a physician without a
license. Tried boforo afoieign Jury.
Verdict of guilty, two dissenting.
Sentenced lo pay a lluu of 8100 and
costs. Paul Neumann fur defend
ant. A. M. Kahanuutil (w) vs, II. II,
Ivahannniii (U), Petition for di
vorce, Continued from Jau. loth.
Holng heard, C, Creightou for
nr.roiu: roi.iou .m.viiui: roaicu,
Saihiuuv, January 1(1,
1'ekulo, charged with larceny of
u gun, pioperly of lio Government,
vriia bnntciiccd to fourteen dayn lin-
prUniiinuiit at hard labor, and lluuil
Ah Kueu for unlawful possession
of opium, was lined u() and lie iin-
nrliont'il for oho hour.
All I'dllg fur thu faumu offoipje.wuu
IllieiJ $75, Willi BovuinlnyH' lii)PTh9H
J. R. ROBERTSON'S CASE.
Kuitou Bum.i'.tin: I have al
ways had faith in a jury trial at
least as far as myself was concern
ed. 1 have always thought if twelve
jurymen adjudged mo guilty I would
go to the prison or gallows content
whether guilty or not. Tho law is
that a man when j menaced with his
life shall lice rather than take the
lifo of a fellow being to protect his
own. This 1 believe to be right,
although a trial to a man of spirit
to assume the place of a coward for
the time being. Hut a man with a
proper regard for a human life, if
he has time to think will do so. In
the trial of Capt. J. R. Hobcrtsou
now before the public. I think that
the circumstances have not been
properly placed before them,
neither by the witnesses nor lawyers,
and that a family connection with
the Attorney-General may have un
intentionally biased the jury against
this unfortunate man.
Any one that has lived in the
country and has had charge of a
plantation, cattle ranch or even pig
or lieu ranch, knows that in order
to carry on work of any kind, there
must be dicipliuc a power cither
moral or physical or botli over those
in your employ. Capt. Uobcttson
is an elderly man, a lirst class mac
hinist and a steamboat Captain as
well as ranch man, a man that has
been used to conlroling labor in a
judicious manner all his life, and
has brought up a family in a credit
able manner which we know from
the position they occupied in the
community. liis ranch was his
ship, his house his cabin, his bed
room his state room, where would,
where could he flee to and escape
this strong determined man. Ho
stood his ground as was his duty to
himself and an example to every one
that has men to control and pro
perty to protect, and God forbid
that such as he should see the reef
in this country. Hoping that strict
Justice may yet be rendered.
W. II. Siosi..
Honolulu, Jan. 19, 18811-
This morning one of our reporters
following clo3e upon the heels of the
"Owl" man, picked up a slip of pa
per, dropped by the latter, upon
which these lines were scrawled :
We love the land of bunks and braes,
Her Wallace, Itrucc and brave Scotch
Hut wc could brain the Scot who plays
The yacht "Ny.mnV' bagpipes.
We nightly listen, yet in vain,
I'or Highland air or Lowland strain;
Hut that bag :.quvcer from the main,
I'l.iys naught but Chinese squealing
We read an '-ad" the other day,
That all bill citi'-ed our mind'- to stray;
It came from E. b. Ciuih.i's way,
And stopped our pul-o or neaily.
If Cuuba will but hide a bit,
Till we digest his "cottage" wit,
we'll smite him with a hag of it,
For the sake of auld acquaintance.
HOW CIRLS KISS.
The Paia gill bows her stately head,
,And liies her Mjli-h lips
In a linn hard way. and lets them go
In spaiuoilio little snips.
Tho Makawno girl removes her specs
Aim iree.es ncr lace with a smile;
And she sticks out her lips lflco an open
And cheweth her gum meanwhile.
The Haiku glil .s.iys never a word,
And you'd think her rather tame.
With her praetle.il view of thu matter in
But hc gets there jut the same.
The Hilo glil, the pride of tho world,
In her clinging and soulful way,
Absoiba it all with a ycnriiful yearn
As big as a hale of hay.
The Lahalua gb 1 gets a grip on herself
As she carefully lakes oif her hat;
Then she grabi the prize In a fren.lcd
Like a tenler shaking a rat.
Tho Kaliulul girls, so gentle and sweet,
Let their lips meet the coming kin
AVItharaptuious warmth, and thu youth
Float away on the sea of bliss.
AVe havo sung you the Ming of tho gli Is
And It sets one's brains in a whhl
Hut to leach the heights of earihlv bliss
You niiiM kUs like a Honolulu gh'l.
AA'lth your ana round hoi wal-t,her face
In her sweetly eonlldlng way;
You care nut a cent for the whole wide
Though the wind through vour whiskers
And closer together your lips do draw,
Till they meet lu a nipturou-, glow,
And the Elwood kid behind the fence
Ciles, "Gallagher, let her go!"
I Adapted from a California
by "EaveMh upper."
"Pa, what's a mirage?" "It's the
union of one man and one woman
until the law shall separate them."
"That's a marriage, pa. 1 want to
know what u mirage is." "Same
thing, sonny samu thing 1 A man
imagines he sees wonders nhcro
there U nothing. Fight shy of
them, sonny light shy of them I
Kach is a delusion mid a snare!"
The railroads have decided that
dead bodies transput ted over the
roads must be paid for at the ratu
of onu full passenger faro. Jt al
most seoms as though they ought to
ho carried "deadhead," Jloston
Hawaiian Tramways Go,, LU
ToiuUu'h for Fctsd,
IT will be opUniiiil for iho nurliiw in
I i, ..1 1 111. .l.lll.r... .. .,,, fi.,,.,
. EIHir -t 1M1VV nill' llV,ttt ,1,1 I'UHI
panj'n Tr.oka at
Paiitlo Mull AVIuitl,
anil uld uulivi-iy lo
tituuil over Uiiuo
uiiiiil w Hum iruiiriiary ist.
100 lit T, QIUAJLLVM QillliULi:,
Notices Miller thin htad are charged 10 ceiU
per line for thelrtt intertton, and S centtper line
every additional Inurtlon,
YA1TS BOAT BUILDING
SIIOP. Hear of Lucas Mill.
A NO. 1,
To-day at the
riinlr-e Keii Skin Potatoes In
to suit, for sale cheap to clo'c
150 3t J. E. BKOAVN & CO.
Hawaiian Transfer Co.
rpiIE undersigned having purchased
X the business of J. Oieen and tho
American Express Company, have con
solldntrd under the firm name of the
Hiiwaic.in TmiiNier ;.,
ami are prepaicd to carry on the IJray.
lug and Express business of all kinds.
Telephone Olllee at No 7.1 King street,
next door to ilolit. Jlore'd.
C3A11 kinds of cartlug faithfully
and promptly uncalled to; lurnitiiro ie
moved and caiefully handled; always on
baud on arrival of Btcamerj.
If you want a wagon or dray you will
find it to your advantage to ring up
cither of our telephone).
J. AV. McGUIHE,
150 lin J. MCQUEEN.
The Hawaiian Tramway Cora'py
ON and after Monday, the 14th Jnuu.
nry. the CAU FAllKS will be col-
lected by Tickets only, which will ho
sold (iiher singly, or in curds of Ave l'or
twenty live cents, oy the conductor.
tS'Tlie Tickets must be placed by tho
Passenger in tho FARE BOX
provided on the Car.
To faciliiiite the making of clmnge
the public arc respectfully requested to
purchase the 2 cent cards wlurc posai
hie. Conductor G. Thiclc will call lound
at tl.c piiiu Ij. ill stores with Ticke's lor
sale on 1'iiilay and S'llmd.iy, ihj Mill
an. I Uili J.iiiuny. 1 1-1 tf
S1X-KOOM, Cottane on
Emilia strccl, opposite
Emnia Squuie. Appl) to
.1. M. VIVAS,
42 Moi chant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
iHE Dwelling and Ucsi.
deuce of Mr. E. B.
1'homas, corner Kinau and
I'nl.ol street", commands iim iiuinter
nipied view of the Muklkl, 1'aloU) and
Minoa V.illeys, and 3 minutes walk to
the tramcar3 on King street. The main
buiMiug is plastered and hard llnishrd
inside ihioughout. The building is 2
story with double parlor, dining toom,
bitting room, 4 bedrooms (up btnirs),
bath room and every convenience, de.
tached cook home and pantry, stable
ti'iil out-huihling-, complete; frontage to
Piikni stieet400 feet, to I'entiicola street
'J00 ltet, and n Kinau street a'luul 180
ieel, the gioutids are nlcdy laid out,
it ligation 4,000 Ieel pip ' nnd '-0 I'auc is.
Inspection my day. I'm thu- jiaiti.
cu! irs nt the olllee of
E. IJ. THOMAS,
1T.0 lot Or to Mr. A. .1. Cniwright
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of t-tocV.
l. holderi! of lite II iwuibiu Agrlcul.
tu al Co. held till' day, the following
persons weic fleeted a ollicers for thu
Hon. C. H. Mshop President,
Mi. S. 0. Allen Vice 'resident,
Mr. P. O. Jones Treasurer,
Mr. J (). Carter Secretary,
Mr. Tom May Auditor,
Hon. O. It. Bishop, S. C. Allen and
P. O. Jones Directors.
.1. O. OAKTL'H,
KocriMwry, H. A. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, ISftO. 119 1m
Hawaiian Bell Telephouo Company.
A Tn meeting of the stockholders of
XX thu above company held January
l'-'lh, 188!), the following olllceis were
elected for thu ensuing year:
Godfrey Brown i &
Cecil Iirown Vice-President,
J. P. Brown Secretary,
L.T. A'alentlne Auditor,
.1. Cafsldy..(li'iiural Siiiierinlendeul.
Jas Campbell, AV. 0. Smith, J. P.
.1. F. flAOAVN,
118 1 in Secretary,
ALL iutmiiih having claims or bllU
against Mr. L. B, Tbouuib, me
icipiostud to piiseut tho slime to Mr. D.
Dayion at 1ia nilliv, 7!l Ivlughticcl, over
(Jtlotig Sam Kce's store. All perrons
owing him any umuoyaio iciuested to
pay II ui Mime al Mr. Dayton's olllee.
ALATilK, kluiihirlo Iho imiiln the
an I lu pirfiit o'der. Pur fiiitlurparli.
milnrs uppli lo
HHIm .J01IX UAKStDY.
liliiuU Stone, Uhi' k
mid hliu r-utid and Soil, lor sale
In niiv uuuiitlty. A ihiIy ul thu ollloj of
AV, U, Add, Kfuihuimum street. IVJ Din
Auction Sale by James F, Morgan.
Underwriter's Sale !
On Thursday, Jan. 24
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOOS,
At Allen & Hohlnfon's Store House,
HobinKon'a AYharf, I will Bell nt Public
Auction, for account of whom it may
35 Bales, 16 doz, Sugar Bags,
BOO JJll, Mlv.e UUxIUI.
I) imaged on voyage of importation per
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Assignees Auction Sale
Fie fines, Sprits,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 23, '89,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. St..
AA'lll bo sold at tho stoic of AV. S. Luce,
Merchant street, all of the
stock, consisting of
Freud & Ameri. Brandies
American, Irish & Scotch AVhiskics,
Gin in cases nnd baskets,
California Wines, Milwaukee Beer,
Fine Euiopean Cask & Case Sherry,
Fine Hook, pints & quarts;
Fine & lUm Liqueurs,
lloppcl Kimmel Bitters,
I McNoal &. Urban
Burglar .inci Tiro Proof Safe,
1 Standing Desk,
1 Lelter I'ro-ss & Tabic,
AVebstei's Unabridged Dictionary,
Picture, Chairs, etc., etc.,
One 3E$lael 1T&ve,
a Dellveiy AVagons,
'Ji Harncsscii, Wheelbarrow,
Etc., Lie ,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SING acts for me under full
power of attorney in all matters
of busings. LEE l'AU.
Ho lolulu, Jan. 15, lfcS'J. " 147 U
WlIEItEAS, AV. S. Luce, of Hoiio.
lulu, has thisday inadeauabign.
meui oi an ins properly to lliemiilei
sigued, for the benefit ot his creditors,
notice is heteby given to nil pnlies
owing said AV. S. Luce to make inline
diate payment, and any persons having
claims against AV. S. Luce are requcMul
to present them at once at the ottlce of
AV. S. Luce, Merchant sheet, Hunibibi.
J. F. HACKKELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 1 IsBS. i:M lm
ON thu lauds of Mrs.
.NaUuiua, i'l Kulihi
Valley, for sometime past
a Heifer, hcaiiu- an iudis-
crilMblc brand. Owner by proving pro
peity and puyiug expenses may havu
said Heifer ISO ill
ON the AVoodlawn
since Jan., 88, To
11orcs, not biaudcd.
O'.Mier can have taine
by proving propcity anil pacing ex.
peiibes. If 1 1n- almve animals are not
redeemed within 10 days Iroui dale tho
right of ownei.shlp will he fortelted,
Mmiager AVoodlawn Dairy.
Honolulu, J.ui 14 18S1). 140 101
Two More of Thse
is .. I
For llin umlii-Jgnul nod will be dis
poned ol to the 11 rut applicJiits.
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.,
1171 Klin; Si Bethel Streets. flw
To Stand this Season, Jan. i, '89
Al Mohiilcla Ntoeu I'urui,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
Tr nil mi
(ni.t for liiirli .lliire,
Mures hied to 'QLORY" can ri'tnulu
a thu farm at a pasturage at ifl'J per
aiiDiiui, Evciy euro tilcen but no re,
BSTMiiiu not proving lu foal limy bn
returned new fccmoti free uf charge. If I
till own iho Hone. J. ii,
Is Reserved for the
A NEAV ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAll IN TO-MOKUOW'S
i i -'t
-rs the -aga-
EC5-A.N Ac OOBJCJPl.1VY".
AVE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy mt SiiaMe for tlie Holmay Season
Satin Tiiljlo Scurfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
I-.:km' CurUililH. ta'laillTicd TliUeH, fcilioo JIukh, Jlu.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Aro call particular attention to our lino fcolection in
nn-niiii GlotMi lor Gents, TmOui & Giflrei !
Furnishing Gooda, Trimks, Valises,
Hats & Capn, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very lino in
Lies' Hisses Boots, Shoes k Mm k Gents
Call on us boforo
rJTMrs. E. C, Itowo's beautiful work in Point Laces on exhibition hereia
Pacific Hardware Co., LU
ar HAHQAIN8 -l New Lino of WST IJAllQAINB -gfc
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prlees IhHn ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEE HUM
JNovoltiuM iinil fancy
I 11HQ leavit to liifoun my frimds nnil
p.itli'Uts, tlial I iuleinl leavlug the
kingduiu "ii tlie Hill Felruary, in be
absent until Oeib r, ami dial 1 will
close my ollli'o on tlii-Hllio! b'obruaiy.
M. H. GUUaSMAN, DentiM.
lllltu No. US Hold tit.
English and German
Vf IS ItOIl'H has opened a select
ItI IhiL'lUb and Cieiiiuin Kvhool fur
young children, fthu will alsn glvu lu
btiiiiiloii lu (in man and Fieueh, lu
elusMtB, or In pi hate lucsoiiii. Kurl
ileueu on iho Liui Ule uf .Makikl Hivet
oppodto thu Jhuulull (lioumU
;oi.s-sat ks-new goods
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
GoodH, In Lnr;o VarIotjt
ALL parlies indebted to AV. S, Loci
on the tiOlh day of September last,
are requested to bcttle up their accounts
at once. AV. S. LUCK,
lly bla attnrney.in-fact, Frank Hrowu.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kavralahao Female Seminary.
Teaclicr of Voice k Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
Refer, hv permission lo leading pro.
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