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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
a tig fJjuTTitfttt
MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1889.
St Mr Allkiiluila from K:iu:il
Stmr Llkellke from Maul
Stmr Jns Make? from Kapaa
Stmr Felc from Hawaii
Schr Kawallanl from Koolau
Stmr Lchua from Dnniakua
Schr Kaalukal from Kauai
IJktne SOW llilur from San Francisco
Bktuo 1'lniitcr from San Francisco
Jas Makce for Kapaa at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr ICaala for Waiauae and YVa labia
at 0 a m
Schr Kawailanl for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V G Hall for Lahahia, Maalaea,
Koua. Ka i and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
St mi' Mikahala for Kauai at " p in
Stmr Wiiinleale for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Lehua for llaiuakiui at I p m
Stmr Llkellke for JMolokai and Maul at
5 p m
Fiom San Francisco, per barketl no S
G Wilder, Jan '.'1 John M Oat, Miss
Grace Howell, Mr Ruber, wife ami
child, Tlios Cummins, Misses Lydia,
Llzlc and Maria Cuiumhi.
From Kauai, per stun' Mikahala, Jan
20-Mlss Bishop, Mrs F 11 Bishop, II F
Glade, C Bnrlowilz, Fred S Lyman and
wife, Miss E Lyman, M A Goii'-alves, K
L Auei bach, Major 11 F Bertehnan, B
Smith, wife and son, A Uclanux and
son, Bev Father Sylvesier, II Dinionil,
15 pi i-oner, and 2.2 deck.
From Waiauae, per stmr Kaala, Jan
l'.) U X Spencer, Mr Ellcnborg and
family, and 20 deck.
Fnini Maul, per stmr LlUeliki', Jan
20 M V Holmes A Enos and wife, 1
Eldiidgc. T Cockett. Mrs Bodriliuus, A
F Llnuer, 10 prisoners, 1 insane, 2
police olHccfs, Mid 2:1 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkcllkc -1,'JoO bags sugar, and
Stmr Mikafiala :t,')i:i bags sugar,
bags rice, 1 hoiac, 11 hides ami
Stmr Walalcalc :i,200 bags mij-ar.
Stmr J A Cummins 1,100 hags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 800 bags sugar, and 7f
stmr Mokolil 500 b 'gs sugar.
Schr Liliollho 1,700 hags sugar.
Schr Kawallanl (100 bags lice and 100
The U S S Dolphin was receiving
coal from the schooner Mary E Foster
on Sunday morning.
The terns J G Xorth and Bosalind
both sailed from Kahalul, Maui, on
Wednesday January l(i, with full ear
goes of sugar for San Francisco.
The schooner Boano sailed fiom Ka
hulul, Mam, on Satuiday, Jan. l'.Hh.
with sugar for San Francisco.
Tho steamer Kinau is due to-morrow
The baikentine S G Wilder arrived
this morning, i! days from San Fran
PEACOOK To the wife of C. A.
Peacock, a daughter.
SUPREME COURT-JAN. TERM.
IN' IIANCO lU'.FOlti: 1'UI.I. HUNCH.
Monday, Jan. 21st.
Ward vs. Wood. Trespass. Ap
peal by defendant from Intermediary
Courtt. Appeal withdrawn by coun
sel W, li. Castle.
Kahanaiki vs, Kohala Sugar Co.
Exceptions from October term 1887.
Defendants appeal withdrawn.
The case of the King vs. Ah Hop
was placed on the banco calendar
and numbered 71.
On motion of Mr. Whiting the
case of J. Bowler vs. Board of Im
migration, appeal by plaintiff, was
placed on the calendar and number
The case of the King vs. Ah Gock
and Ah You, was also placed on
calendar and numbered 70.
The appeal in No. 08 case was
The King vs. Molani. Forgery.
Defendant's exceptions from Second
Circuit and motion for new trial.
Motion for withdrawal of appeal
Kapchu (w) vs. J. N. C. Gilinan.
Bill to cancel a lease of laud at
Waimalu,ICwa, Oaliu. Plaintiff's ap
peal from decree of Bickertou, ..,
Oct. !2, 1888, for defendant. Ar
gued and submitted. A. Rosa for
plaintiff ; C. Creighton for defend
ant. J. S, Martin vs. L. B. Kerr. Action
for malicious prosecution. Defend
ant's exceptions from October term,
1887, to denial of motion for a new
trial. Aigucd and submitted. V.
V. Ashford for plaintiff; A. S.
llartwcll for defendant.
UKPOKK l'OI.ICU JUSTICi: KOSTl'.II.
Monday, January 21.
Ah 1'liat, for having opium unlaw
fully in possession, was lined $30.
Kan Sun was lined 81 with 81
costs, for violating Chapter 53 Laws
Kaaiiaaua and J. Man for drunk
enness, had to pay tho usual amount.
The Hungarian Government l.as
directed that greater attention be
paid to tho teaching of German in
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
WAUMi'.u weather to-day.
Somk well bred pigs aro offered for
Tr.i: Supremo Court will pit in
Tin: loheaiouls of 1'ulicnco aro ex
Tilt: "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will lie out to-nioirow.
Tin: steamer Kinau is due to-inor-row
p. in. fioin windwaid.
Tin: Hawaiian band gives a con
cert at Emma Square this evening.
Tun tramcars woro ciowded with
passengers on every tiip Sunday.
Tin: steamer Mikahala biought fif
teen piUoners from Kauai yesteulay
Tin: Hyacinth will probably leave
for Hongkong the first week in Feb
ruary. By the Likoliko yesleiday came
ten prisoners and one insane pciton
O.v Monday the 28lh hist., Mr. L.
J. Levey will hold a sale of Ciown
Tin: costumes to be worn at the
coming performances of Patience will
bo Woith Feeing.
Tin: bleamer W. (J.
morrow morning at
Maui and Hawaii.
Hall sails to
ll) o'clock for
Tinuii: will be a social at tho ves
try of the Central Union Church
Mi!. Morgan will hold an under
writer's sale on Thursday next of
bugar bags, blankets, hammocks, etc.
John Bothwell has been appointed
clerk in the Interior Ollice, in place
of A. W. Carter, who goes to the Su
Tin: baikentine S. G.
brought quite a number of
Captain Paul lepoits having
A i..u:c.u skylight has been placed
in the Elito lee Cieain Pailois, which
i a decided impioveinent, and gives
abundance of light.
Tin: Blue Bibbon entertainment
Saturday evening was well attended.
Hon. A. Young gave the addie.ss on
the past, present and future of young
No fiw of tho Boyal Mail steamer
Zeal in ii. i as wo go to piess. Prob
ably lliu English mails have beeil-dc-laiued
on the Atlantic or the Conti
nent. John- M. O.it leturncd to the isl
ands on the S. G. Wilder thin morn
ing. Johnny looks well but rcpoits
business dull on the other sido of the
pond. Ho has our thanks foi late
pa pei s.
In the window of the Pacific Haid
waio Co.'s stoie may be seen a clus
ter of brown eyed Susans, painted by
Mifet) Lulu Fanning. The work is
Mk. J. J. Williams is very busy
making pictuics of points of iuleicst
in and around Honolulu, never be
fore taken by any photographer.
Look out when he is teady with them.
Tin: baikentine Planter is oil' Dia
mond Head as we go to piess. The
piobability is that she has two or
three days later news fiom Sau Fran
cisco than the S. (I. Wilder brdught
llox. It. A. Widemann at his own
personal expense has copies of the
"Paradiso of the Pacific" sent to all
the Boanl of Trades throughout tho
United States, and Mr. W. W. Hall
defrays the expense of sending cop
ies to the Y. M. C. A.s.
In another column will bo found
tho card of A. M. Hewott, who will
attend to bhipping and receiving of
sugaii-, dibcharging vebsels and gen
eral shipping woik. Mr. llewelt has
had several yeais experience in tliii.
paitieular branch of business.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
Baud concert at Emma Square, at
Meeting of Prince's Own at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes
St. Andrew's Sewing Society at
2 p. m.
Sailing of AY. G. Hall for Maui
and Hawaii at 10 a. m.
At 10 o'clock this morning, Hon.
Paul Neumann, counsel for J. 11.
Robertson found guilty by a Jury in
tho Waialua shooting case moved
that bentonco be deferred until Wed
nesday, so that allldavits for mitiga
tion of sentence could be filed. As
the prosecution did not object, His
Honor Justice Bickertou deferred
sentence as requested.
A native, Kamaka by name, had
Ids two legs broken at Paia Railroad
depot the other day. Tho big hang
ing door was not sulllcicntly open,
and in trying to push it aside, the
door fell over him, with the result
as Btatcd above. It ia bald tho train
camo at a too high speed, bo that It
could not bo Mopped in time, when
it was discovered tho door was only
partly open. The door was blightly
damaged cm one side.
DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H., I.,
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The lern W. S. Downo sails for
San Francisco to-morrow afternoon,
at 2 o'clock. A mail will ho for
warded by her which closes nt the
Post Ofllcc at 1 o'clock, lie sure
and send copies of the Hum.i'tik
Weekly Summary to your friends.
A London cable of Jan. -I says:
Further progress in the Pacific cable
project awaits the outcome of the
conference at Ottawa of the Aus
tralia and Canadian delegates. The.
possible extension of a British pio
tectorate over the islands of llu
rutva and lliruatara in Oceanica is
directing attention to their utility
for purposes of the Pacific cable.
These islands are part of the group
belonging to France.
Dimixa n conversation about the
Pali the oilier evening a gentleman
stianger asked if that was tho place
where 300,000 TO.000 3,000 MO
30 or 3 men wcro thrown over. When
his listeners began to laugh at his
numbers, he said apologetically, that
he knew it was there with several
oughts, but how many, he had foi
gotten. His wife came to the leseue,
however, saying that it was piohably
tlncc who ought to have been (hi own
Between the hours of S o'clock a.
m. and f) o'clock p. in. Saturday,
the residence of Mr. A. Kiafl, was
plundered. An cutrancc was made
through a side window, which was
broken by tho plunderer or plunder
ers, as yet unknown. The bureau
drawers and the trunks were foiccd
open and ransacked. A few articles
of trillion importance were carried
off, while the rest was thrown about
promiscuously. No money or jew
elry was stolen, because none was
HARE AND HOUNDS.
The paper chase came off on
Saturday afternoon as announced.
Messrs. K. P. Low and T. Lishmnn
the "hares" started from the Ma
kiki grounds on horses. The lorincr
had to stop after going a short dis
tance, his horse not acting well.
Lishman laid the "scent" to Pulia
tion, then to Kamoiliiii out to the
sand beach and to Waikiki by way
of Diamond Head, stopping at Park
Beach Hotel. The run occupied
about one hour, and the 'Miare" was
not caught. Tho "hounds" wcic
A SHOW COrVHHG.
The barkentine Mary Winkelman,
was to leave San Francisco on or
about January ?th, with Mons.
Bushnell's great 10,000 troupe of
performing Russian and French
poodles and other attractions. Mons.
Bushnell, the proprietor of this
show as recently connected with
B. T. Barnuui's great show, and his
entertainment, is said to be first class
in every respect. A number of per
formances will be given in Honolulu
under a large tent. Mr. L. J.
Levey has been communicated with
in regard to the above show.
CLAUS SPRECKELS INTERVIEWED.
Col. Clans Spreckels was at the
Lafayette Hotel in Philadelphia,
January 1th. lie said : "My beet
sugar factory is completed. It has
a capacity of iorty-four tons a day.
This will eventually be increased to
fifty tons. It is really the first suc
cessful effort to make beet sugar
on a large scale, and is a grand suc
cess. There is no doubt in my mind
that this country can raise not only
the material, and manufacture all
the sugar it can consume, but will in
a few years bo able to export 1 ,000,
000 a year."
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AUT i. .
March -Vienna Sehlld
Overture Hcinlramhlu Busslul
Finale Tannhau.ser Wagner
Select Ion Boccaccio Suppe
Palalita, Komi, Main 1 !o Ao.
Selection Dorothy (by requeM)
Fantasia Mill in the Forest. .Kllciibeig
Waltz Violets WnhltiMifel
Gulop Ilcnnlt Bells Malllart
Tho btrikc of coal-heavers at Du
lulli is becoming serious. A gang
of Italian laborers at work Jan. '1th,
guarded by police, were attacked
by thirty strikers. Tbcio was a
sharp fight, tho police using their
clubs freely. The stiikeis were 11
ually driven off. It is reported that
another fight is progressing at an
San Jose de Costa Rica, Nicara
gua, was the scene on December
2ilth and 30th of a series of earth
quake shocks. At Alaguela eight
persons were killed and many injur
ed. Tho churches and principal
buildings in the city buffered consi
derable damage. Thu inhabitants
camped out of doors for two days,
but no fuilher shocks havo been
Tho bhip Portland, Captain la
Moylcs, from Baltimore December
(lib, for Sau Francisco, put into St.
Michaels with her boats damaged.
Her jibboom and bomo sails wore
carried away and two of her cicw
THREE DAYS' LATER NEWS.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder,
Captain A. II. Paul, arrived this
morning sixteen days from San
Francisco. She brines Unco days
later news. From a paper of Janu
ary olh wo present tho following
Call Lumboltz, tho Austrian ex
plorer, is en route to America.
The Hoods arc extending in Italy.
Twelve persons were killed by the
col'npsing of a house at Baslia.
Two persons were murdered in a
hoit'o near Palis, January Ith. The
building was then pillaged and fired.
The corpses were found burned to
A mixed wrestling match for S500
a side nt the Athciucum, Boston,
Jan. 1th, between II. M. Dupurand
Duncan O. Ross was won by Dupur
by seven falls to six.
Infoimation was received at St.
Louis Jan. 1th that tho cotton-bagging
trust had dissolved, the profits
being too small to warrant its exis
tence. George Baker, one of the original
stockholders of the Standard Oil
Company, committed suicido at
Cleveland January Ith, by taking
morphine. Not long since Baker
was one of the millionaires of the
town. High living was the cause of
his ruin and suicide.
Two coal-miners fought a most
brulcl list duel in the presence of
."i00 men and women, at Dcs Moines
January Ith. The men wcro named
Gallagher and Clark. The latter
was knocked out in the forty-ninth
round. Both were horribly punimcl
ed and disligured.
L. A. Hamilton of the Canadian
Pacific is arranging with the Cana
dian Interior Department for the
final selection of the laud subsidy of
the Canadian Pacific. The area re-
fened to comprises about 10,000,
000 acres of land, chiefly in the
At a banquet of the Toronto
Board of Trade Jan. Ith, Governor
General Stanley, Sir John McDon
ald and Hon. Oliver MeWat, Pre
mier of Ontario, all condemned tho
annexation movement and expressed
confidence in Canada's future.
By lapse of the famous Lefargc
Tontine the French Government gets
1,000,000 francs and an annuity of
of l,2,"i0, 0U0 francs. Of the 110,
000 subscriber.'' twenty are living,
all of them being over 100 years of
John L. Sullivan will give no at
tention to Kiirain's otfer to meet
him iu Canade to sign a contract to
light. Sullivan is influenced by bu
siness motives in making this de
cision. Ilis Boston friends propose
giving him a big benefit soon and
the slogger argues that to negotiate
for a fight with Kilrain would inter
fere with the granting of a license
for a benefit.
Captain Livcrson, wife and crew
of eleven persons of the bark Kate
Carnio from Brunswick, Ga., for
Rotterdam arrived at New York,
Jan. ltli. They were rescued by
the baik Belle Wooster after two
days on the water-logged vessel,
which was sinking when abandoned.
A dispatch from Suakim Jan. -ith,
says ; A number of mounted Arabs
lode close to the outer fortifications
to-day. The forts opened fire witli
shells, and as the Arabs retreated
the British cavalry followed in pur
suit. Several Arabs were wounded,
but all of them escaped.
The New Yoik hotel-keepers are
to have a trust called the Hotel Mu
tual Association. It will bo almost
world-wide in its scope. The scheme
originated in England and is tho
loughly organized for that country,
and is nearly ready for woik on the
Continent. The work of forming
the American hotels into the ti list
began upon the arrival in Now Yoik
the other day of K. K. Skclros, the
originator ot the scheme.
News has been received at Ma
drid of a terrible explosion in a coal
mine iu the province of Ovieda.
Twenty-seven persons were instantly
killed and many more badly injured.
The explosion was caused by fire
damp. All the bodies have not yet
been recovered. The disaster will
cause much suffering among the
poor people, and they will have to
Advices from Russia Jan. -I Lli say
1 17,") persons were frozen to death
iu Ekaterinburg, a district of Perm,
on December 27lli. Railway disas
ters arc reported at Baku and other
James Hughes, an itinerant tele
graph operator from Shelbyvillc,
Mo., lost his life In an accident
which occurred 100 miles west of
Cheyenne. At 2 o'clock a. in. Jan.
Ith, a weal-hound freight had halt
ed to cool a hot box. The caboose
and two box-cars rebtcd on a bridge
ten feet above the ground. Hughes
and several others were iu the ca
boose ami a flagman was bent hack.
Despite this precaution, another
freight-train, moving at a high rate
of speed, crashed into the caboose,
and the latter and the two box-cars
were ditched. A lire ensued and
the bridge and three cars were con
sumed. Hughes was frightfully
bruised, and died a few luinutes af
ter being placed iu the caroof a sur
geon. "Yes, 1 believe in tho 8-hour sys
tem," baid a Western fanner. "I
woik eight hours iu tho forenoon
and eight in thu afternoon. Iu the
harvest lime 1 sometimes put in an
hour or two extra."
Some- men aro always ready to
stand tip for the ladies, excepting
perhaps, iu ;i horse car.
JANUARY 21, 1880.
Don't wrlto poetry unless you are
forced to do so, either by hunger or
by the enthusiasm of your muse.
The tin can docs not point a mo
ral, but it very frequently adorns a
It doesn't take very long for some
men to pull the feathers out of a
Some men arc good because good
ness pays best, and then again,
sonic arc good for nothing.
KathleenJMavouiiiceti loans" are
those of an uncertain kind, that
"may be for years and may be for
ever." When a burglar breaks into a
house lie generally steals upstairs
and everything else he can lay his
Laundry women arc the most hum
ble and forgiving beings on earth.
The more cuffs you give them the
more they will do for you.
The times are so hard thai an
IrUlunan says ho has parted with all
his elegant wardrobe except the
arm-holes of an old waistcoat.
"You have my whole heart," pio
testcd the awkward young lover;
and the girl replied, "1 thought you
acted as if your heart was in your
A'ottcet under IMt head are charged 10 cents
per line for the first imertlon, and S ctnts per line
every additional insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
14 Berkshire and X Po.
land; 2 months old; only
8 left; -i-10 each or li for
$25 Apply to
W. B. SEAL.
YfiltY (llioice Bed Skin Potatoes, in
lots to suit, for sale cheap to close
Moat J. E. BBOWN & CO.
SING acts for me under full
power of attorney in all malteis
of busini-ss. LEE PAU.
Iloioiiihi, Jan. 15, 1S80. 1-17 2
IIEKEAS, W. S. Luce, of Bono-
lulu, has tliiiiluy made mi iibslmi.
mem of all his properly to the under,
signal, for tins bcnelU ot his creditor?,
notice is hereby given to all parties
owing S'lid V. S. Luce to make inline,
iliatu pay muni, and any persons having
claim', agaitibt W. S. Luce arc lcipiebtud
to pre-.eut them at once at the olllcu of
YV. S. Luce, Merchant gttcct, Honolulu.
J. F. BACKFELI),
Honolulu, Bee. 15, 1SSS. I'll lm
SIX-I1005I ,C'otta2e on
Emma street, onpoile
Emma Square. Apply t
J. M. VIYAS,
12 Merchant btreU.
FOlt SALE or LEASE
COTTAGE lati-'y oeen.
pied by Mr. Uainnv Or-
dt'iistein, situate on lCinmi
Bticct, between the mansions of Hon-.
C. IC. Bishop, .James Campbell Mid .-. B.
Dole, near Emma Square. Kn piano
name I, no dust, no lain p'llcliiM Only
a few minutes walk o Ihe new sile lor
the IVnir.il Union Church. No tutu way
ears wanted. Apply to
E. S. CUNBA,
14"? If Union r-aliiui!.
FOR SALE or LEASE
piIE Dwelling and l!e-i-
I ih'iiec in Mr. E. B.
Thomi.H, coiner Kinau and
I'nkiil xireet-. luinmincl.s nx imintci
nipic 1 view of the M-iklki, l'alo'o and
M iim.i Valleys, mill U minute wall; to
"tin Iimiiii ais I'll Kin tr .street. The main
lull in,' Is phis en.il and hard lltiislml
inide iliiuiu'Jiout. The building ':
rstory with don lilc parlor, dluiug loom,
-Htlug room. -1 bedrooms (up Mair),
bath ilium and every convenience, de.
tai'hed couk house uml pantry, blablo
ami out.htiihlingi complete; frtii'iigu to
Plikoi Hired 400 feet, to IVnuicolaniri ct
200 feet, and to Kinau tired a'luitt 180
feet, the grounds are nie y laid out,
initiation -1,000 feet pip." ami 1:0 fnnc Is.
Invpecilon uny day. Kuitlur parti,
culiira at the ollh i of
E. II. THOMAS,
1C0 lot Or to Mr. A. .1. C.utwiiglit.
ON thu lands of
N.iUiiin.i, in I
U llrill'l, la., il
crib'ible brand. 0ncrli
purty mid paying (( .
STRAY fi D
IBlJM If. If ""! Id
X1 ii Co.'.
feit white nml ib'hl
fe-- ear biilil. A ruwanl
will be givtn to ainonii returning same
in IL HACKt'ELU H CO.
since Jan., 88, Two
lliiivc, nut branded.
O.Mier can have came
by piovlnj; properly mid paying ex.
pontes II thu ahovu unlmulu arc not
ru'ti clued within 10 days Irom date the
right ol ownership will bo forfeited,
Malinger 'Woodlawn Dairy.
Honolulu, .1 in, 14, 18811. 14U 101
H.S Cin.il Hoi-u, Hliii'l; lone, i l.uk
unit U'hho fund uml Hull, lor ualu
In any ipiautlty, Apply al tie olllco of
W. U. Acbl, KiiuUumanu street, 119 3m
Is Reserved for the
A NEW A'DV'eBTISEMENT WILL APPEAR IN TO-MORROW'S
-2-- T 3EE
ECi-L.TST -&c OOMJXY.
NEW MIS-ia 667-NKW
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Goods SuitaWe for the Holiftay Season
Satin Tabic Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
I..IX-I- (JurtiiliiM, Htainpod TldlCH, Hhou JIukh, J3tu.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wi call particular attention to our finu selection in
Ciisloiit-Mfle clolMiE for Gents, Yoitls & GMlta !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats it Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want bomething vory fine in
OUUU UUUlUj UllUUUUI
Call on tin before going elHowhcre.
Bc ferx-k.M.:Exisra. ioiv:e! -i
CSTMrs. E. C. Rowo's beautiful work
FOBT K-X-XtiaiSX, 0NTOJLiUJL,U.
3T BARGAINS -XBJ
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
Al Lower Prices than ever
JJovollisM jumI Fancy CJooiIh, In Lnrc;o Vnrloiy.
I It KG ltavi to Inform my fitintlH untl
puli-nih, that I intern! leaving tint
kingdom on the !)th Fel.rnury, in bu
absent until Octch:r, anil thai I will
cIom) my ottlcu on lln: 81 li of February.
M. E. GKOSSM.VN, Dentist.
Ill 1 in No. 08 IIoli'l ht.
English and German
, IBS BOLTB has opened a select
ItJL ICiil'IUIi niiil Ueruuui School for
youinc children, hho will aUo give In
stiiicllon In Gciinaii and French, hi
classes., or In pilvato lessons. Beal
deuee on ilm East tldii of MaklM otieet
opposite the Dnhchull Gi omuls '
" ; t ' ,1
SM)ISa -NEW GOODS
, IIIIIIUIIl' II I. U !
in Point Laces on exhibition her6i8
- 17 - 88
Hardware Go., L'd,
before. New invoice of
ALL parties Indebted to W. S. I.uv
on IIib tSOlh day of Hcplembcr last,
aro rcuui'bteil to hcltlc up their accounts
nt once, W. S. LUCK.
By hia attorney-in-fact, Frank Brown.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawalahao Female Seminary.
Teadier of Voice & Piano,
Is prepared to recelvu pupils. (
Refers, by nuruiiiiriou to leading pro.
itfetiorj of music in Culifurula,.nml to
irclous experience in ttnclilug la that
titale. Address as above, 140 2w
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