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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H L, JTAHUABY 2.3, 1889.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, ."35.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1889.
Sin-Cuteviiia from Hvvu
Sehr ICe An Hon from Ewn
Stmr Kwn from Kwa
Stnir Kuala from Wnlalua and Walannc
Sclir Lcahl for Koliala
Sehr Kn'-valhuil for Koolau
vessels leaving; to-morrow.
Stmr Kuala for Walanac ami Walalua
at !) a m
Stmr Polo for Ilaiimbua
Ugtnc W G Irwin for San Francisco at
10 a m
From Maul ami Hawaii per steamer
Klnan, Jan 22 -Hon II s Townscnd ami
bride, D II Illti-heot-k, jr. in Davis, K
K Hln I, lion 1) Kauial, Miss Clara G
Wight, Jtl-s Annie Holmes, Miss M
Holmes, Mls-s Mnlla, S K Kaunaiuauii,
Koki, X llnlbert, ,HV Kitlna, Miss H
Saffcry, and fill deck-.
For Kauai, pur sttnrMlkaliala, Jan 22
Mis Iscnboig, T Lyon, JIrlto, Miss
Kahuna, Arthur Tib'b, K Katsura. X
Takaslilta. II Miller. V II Kitcat. Miss
Seholz, Mrs Dlmonil and about 54 deck.
For the Colonics, per S S Zealandia,
Jan 22 Mis Chapman, Master Kettle,
Captain lSotuke, K X. II Franks, Mr
Bronson and wife, A 0 llewett, and 111
cabin and 10 steerage passengers.
For Maui, per Mini- Likelikc, Jan 22
lion S .U Damon, J Edwards, .1 Shaw
and about ;!U deck.
CAHCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C It Hislmn-SOO b-igs sugar, and
500 bags rice
Stmr Kiiiau 11,271 bags sugar, 15T pkgs
bides, S:l" goat skins lilt bags
spnd, DO bagh corn, 120 pkgs sun
dries. SHIPPING BOTES.
The bktnes Planter and Amelia arc
at the. 1 M S S wharf.
The tern Dora bluhui arrived at Mn
linkoaa, Hawaii, on Sunday, If. days
from San Francisco.
The bark Sonoma (sailed for San
Francisco yesteiday with 2".:t81 bags
sugar, valued at S.VJ.02-1.-12.
The tern V S Jlnwn 'ailed for San
Francisco yesterday with 12,21! t bags
FUg.ir and 405 bunches banana.
" MARRIED. "
TOWXSEXI) HITCHCOCK At Hllo,
January 18th at the residence o. the
pride's parents, Hon. and Mrs. I).
II. Hitchcock, by Itev. -. W. Uiirl,
Cora Etta Hitchcock to lion. Henry
THE J. R. ROBERTSOM CASE.
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing counsel for the defendant in the
Waialua shooting made a motion
that sentence bo deferred until 9
o'clock Thursday morning to allow
allidavils to lie presented, and a
motion made for a new trial. After
some argument the Court fixed the
hearing for 9:30 o'clock Thursday
The steamers Zealandia and City
of Peking both left San Francisco
January 15th at 3 p. m. After
cleaning the heads the Peking was
2 miles astern. On the lGtli at 8
a. m. the Peking was 2 miles ahead
and at (i p. in. 10 miles ahead. On
the 17th at 7 a. in. the Peking was
4 miles and at !) a. m. 2 miles ahead.
At 11 a. m. the Zealandia passed
the Peking and at 7 p. in. the sanio
day, was out of sight. The passen
gers lather enjoyed this spell of
Mr. P. II. Kitcat, brother of Rev.
V. II. Kitcat, late headmaster of
lolani School, arrived from Canada
yesterday and left in the evening
for Kauai on the Mikaliala.
Captain Edinond Iiouike, late
commander of II. 1$. M. S. Hya
cinth, left on the Zealandia last eve
ning. Captain IJourke returns to
England via the Colonies and India.
The Rev. E. P. Baker, pastor of
the Foreign Church at Ililo, return
ed on the Zealandia from a trip
through the States.
P. A. Engineer Crawford of the
U. S. S. Alert will shortly leave for
Philadelphia, on account of the pro
longed illness of Mrs. Crawfoid.
OPERATIC COMPANY COMING.
Mr. Charles Thrower, a well-known
tenor who sung here in Honolulu
with much success about four years
ago, and Mr. Ollcrt, a pianifet, ar
rived on the Zealandia. Mr.
Thrower is here to make arrange
ments for tho appearance of a grand
operatic concert company, to ai rive
on the Australia February Sth. Tho
entire company consists of Miss
Grace Porter, prima donna- soprano ;
Miss Edith Brandon, prima donna
contralto; Siguor Canipobello, bari
tone ; Mr. Charles Thrower, tenor;
Ilerr Thcodor Schmidt, violin virtu
oso; and Mr. Ollcrt, pianist. Six
performances will ho given and the
company will present scenes and
acts in costume lroin the operas of
Martha, I,uoiu, Truvjuta, II Trova
tore, Maritana, Bohemian Girl, Er
iiaui and others. Tho company has
been performing in San Francisco
recently with great success.
rpH E WEEKLY BU LLETI N
X 2d column, purely local matter
Mailed to foreigu countries, $0 per
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The Yosemlto skating rink is for
A nooK-Kixi'cn advertises for a position.
Jilt. Levey will hold Iiib regular
cash sale on Friday.
JIixkd jury enscs arc being hcaid
in Hie Supreme Court.
Tin: yacht Casco hud not left Ta
hiti Dec. lfltli, accoiding to a piivute
Tin: Zealandia left for the Colonics
about half-past eight o'clock last
Hi:ad the list of now goods receiv
ed by the Temple of Fashion on tho
Communications have been re
ceived too late for to-day's issue. Will
Mil. A. Muiqucs has been hc.iid
from. Ho was in Spain and intend
ed to visit Algiers.
A rui.h attendance is n-quested at
the reheart-al of the Honolulu Arion
Society this evening.
Tin: sale of liquors, etc., at the
store of W. S. Luce this morning by
.1. F. Morgan, was well attended.
Slit. X. S. Sachs of the Popular
Millinery House, will receive an en
tire stock of new goods on the next
Hi: sure and send a copy of the
'Bulletin Weekly Summary" to your
friends abroad by the W. G. Irwin
On the fourth page will be found
the continuation of tho letter on the
"Oaliu Steam Railroad." Bo sure
and read it.
In tho Police Court this morning
three opium cases wore continued to
the 2 lib, and live civil cases wero
Tin: annual meeting of the Kapio
lani Park Association has been post
poned for four weeks, owing to a
quorum not being present.
Tin: accusation that Mr. Hardee
w,is instrumental in bringing about
our inquiry in regard to the lemoval
of the Kakaako buildings, has no
foundation in tiutli.
Tin-: Bulletin gratefully acknow
ledges Hie receipt of inteiesting
newspaper extracts fiom Hon. W.
C. Paike, of which extracts our
leader-- will gut tho benefit as space
jiut. L. J. Levey leceived a letter
on the Zealandia from Piof. Kennedy
the wonderful mesmerist, who pro
poses to visit the islands the latter
end of Febiuary, with a stiong &po
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral and Central Union Chinch at
7:30 p. m.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
Oaliu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion So
ciety at usual time and place.
Meeting Debating Society at 7:30
o'clock p. m.
Sociable at vestry of Central Union
Church at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. 1 MOIKJAN.
At 11 o'clock a. in. Underwriter's
sale of sugar hags, wool blankets,
Queensland shawls, filter-presses,
burlaps, and hammocks.
At noon, Underwriter's sale of 35
hales of 15 oz. sugar bags.
A SNEAK THIEF.
Last night borne one evidently
entered the residence of Mr. W. F.
Reynolds, on Union sheet, as the
lock of a trunk was found this morn
ing all broken to pieces. The thief
must have got frightened off because
some money on a tray near by had
not been disturbed. Mr. Reynolds
proposes heicafter to sleep with one
Messrs. T. R. Rawlins and W. S.
Wond who reside at Leleo, were re
cently in the possession of a num
ber of line chickens. Sometime- din
ing last Friday they were neaily all
carried off by thieves. Mr. Raw
lins had over twenty and Mr. Wond
about a dozen. Of tho latter only
two were left. No noise was heard
and there is no clue to the thief or
PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING.
In another column will be found
the caul of Mr. Geo, A. Ainsden,
piano and organ tuner and repairer,
with lic-nl-quurters at the store of
the Hawaiian News Co. Mr. Anis
den conies from Detroit ruth the
highest references. He was with
O. J. Whitney & Co., of that city
for the past ten years and they re
commend him as a thoroughly com
petent tuner and repairer in every
respect and a thorough gentleman.
Mr. Ainsden has ulo an excellent
iclerence from Kohler & Chase of
San Francisco. Ho brings letters
of introduction to a number of our
prominent citizens. The card gives
full particulars how to cngago Mr.
HI LP NEWS.
(From the Jito "Jiecord," Jitn.
Tho first days of tho past week
were uncxccptionally stormy. The
wind blew a gale'fiom tho north
ward, and a very heavy surf was
breaking on the reef early Tuesday
morning, and continued until Satur
day morning. A boat going out to
the Kinau Wednesday nlternoon
with some half dozen native passen
gers, was swamped in the surf, near
the boat landing; nil the passen
gers reached tho shore in safety,
and only a few packages of freight
were lost. The "Chataquaus" were
out in force to view the disaster,
and if there had been need of it,
there is no doubt, but that many ol
those fair ladies would have dashed
into tho waves to have rescued their
suffering fellows. But lille rain lias
fallen during the storm, and Mnuna
kea still hesitates to don her winter
Mr. Tavcrnier lias some beautiful
views, mounted in iiis studio, and
we arc glad to hear that several
have been sold lo some of our town's
people, dining the past week.
Friend Fuineaux, since the im
provement in iiis eyesight, has done
sonic of the finest, work we've ever
seen turned off from his facile
brush. Go and see it in Iiis studio
on Front street.
The quatterly meeting of the
Road Board was held in tho Court
House at 2 p. in. on Monday last.
A large number of the tax-payers
of the district were in attendance.
The Board made a fair showing of
the work done and moneys spent.
There were some sharp criticisms
made by various parties present,
especially on tho Ilakalau Railroad.
On Saturday evening last Mr. and
Mrs. Weight gave a pleasant ltin.ii,
on the anniversary of their little
son's birthday, at their residence
at Onomca, to a few of their friends.
The evening was delightfully clear,
with a bright moon over all. The
luau was spread in Mrs. Weight's
inimitable style and was thoroughly
enjoved by all present, especially by
those who for the first time essayed
to cat poi and live shrimps.
After the feast the young people
kept up the merry dance till near
midnight, when the party broke up,
and all, regretfully, left the pleas
ant scene for their homes. Long
may the little Weight live to sec
many more such pleasant luaus.
"The Reading Club" again organ
ized on Saturday evening last, and
the hospitable home ol Mrs. Sever
ance was opened for its reception.
We understand that it is to meet
every two weeks for social enter
tainment. We hope that not only
the young people but that some of
our "older heads" will help in the
Arrivals. Jan. (5, Ida Nchnauer,
from San Francisco en route to Kati,
with lumber. She expects to load
with sugar at Mahukona for her
homo port. Left here next morning
Jan. 7, Kilauea Hon from down
the coast. She could not land at
Ilakalau owing to the storm.
fi.ATr.it fhom oun own coitnn
sroNimxT. The wedding of Hon. II. S. Town
send to Miss Cora E. Hitchcock,
which took place on the evening of
the 18th, was an exceedingly pleas
ant social event. The ceremony
took place at the residence of II m.
D. II. Hitchcock, the bride's fattier.
The grounds were decorated with
overhanging arches of bamboo,
among which were hung colored lan
terns, the walk from the street en
trance being a perfect bower of
overhanging foliage and Howcrs. To
insure space for the invited guests
the verandahs wero enclosed with
Hags which made a long airy rouni
lit by colored lanterns and which
was, with its trimmings of greenery
and (lowers, the favorite resting
place of the guests. The parlor,
where the silken knot was tied, wab
suitably decorated with greenery
and vhite (lowers. Across a corner
of the room an arch had been form
ed of the delicate feather bamboo,
from the centre of which hung the
marriage bell, a mass of white
At eight o'clock the wedding
inarch announced the approach of
the supreme: moment, and shortly
the bride and groom, with attendant
maids and men, took their places
under the aicli.
Tho cci oniony over and congratu
lations through with, light refresh
ments weie passed around, and at
an early hour the guests gradually
dispersed, wishing lite happy couple
The bride, dressed in white, with
a simple touch of green fern on her
shoulder, was charming, while the
groom, in full dress, appeared to be
perfectly collected and happy.
The beautiful an ay of wedding
presents on a large lublo in the din
ing loom, showed the popularity of
the bride, and consisted of ai tides
of ornament in profusion with a
good showing of more practical
The bride and groom leave Ililo
by the Kinau Monday morning, tak
ing for their honey moon the trip
around to Mahukona, thence across
thp channels to Honolulu, where
they will locate at the Kuuichameha
Long life and happiness to them.
The plantations are grinding.
Wuinaku Mill is anxiously wait
ing for the arrival of the KHauca
Hon with their roller on board, tho
same bavi.ig been sent to Honolulu
A number of arrests were made
Saturday night mound town, which
resulted in a number of couples
visiting the ninrriagc agent the fol
Note should bo made of the per
formance of the Boarding School
Band at tho wedding, Friday even
ing. The playing of tho boys shows
their training is good and the selec
tions they play of a class that is ex
cellent. Particular mention is due
their rendering of the "Bohemian
Ililo, Jan. 20, 18SD.
MAIL FOR THE COAST.
The Oceanic Company's brigau
tiuo Win. G. Irwin sails for San
Francisco about ten o'clock to-morrow
morning. A mail will be for
waided by her which closes at the
Post Olllce at 0 o'clock. This will
be a good opportunity to answer let
ters received by the mail steamer,
as the Irwin is a fast sailer.
A letter to Wiider's Steamship
Co. fiom Mr. J. II. Ma by, manager
of the Volcano house, under date of
January -1th, gives the following
news: The crater is quite active in
and around the lake. There has
been no extra action by Hows dur
ing the week. It has been a dry
and cold week. The temperature
was down to 3G for several nights.
HOW PILLS ARE MADE.
rjpIIE custom of taking medicine
X in the form of pills dates far
back in history. The object is to
enable us to swallow easily in a con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, but very useful, drugs. To
what vast dimensions pill-taking
lias grown may lie imagined when
we say that in England alone about
2,000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills are consumed every year.
hi early days pills were made'slowiy
by hand, as the demand was com
paratively small. To-day they are
produced with infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with
greater accuracy, too, in the pro
portions of the various ingredients
IS'o form of medication can be
better than a pill, piovided only it
is intelligently pieparcd. But light
here occurs the diilieully. Easy as
it may seem to make u pill, or a
million of them, there are really very
few pills that can lie honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
them either undershoot or ove-shoot
the mark. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, safe, and reliable
pill should be. Now, when one feels
dull and sleepy, and has more or
less pain in the head, sides, and
back, he may be sure Ins bowels arc
constipated, and his liver sluggish.
To remedy this unhappy state of
tilings there is nothing like a good
cathartic pill. It will act like a
charm by stimulating the liver into
doing its duly, and ridding the
digestive organs of the accumulated
Hut the good pill does not gripe
and pain us, neither does it make us
sick and miserable for a few hours
or a whole day. It acts on the
entire glandular system at the same
tune, else the after-effects of the
pill will be worse than the disease
iUelf. Tho giiping caused by most
pills is the result of irritating" lnis
which they contain. Such pills are
harmful, and should never be used.
They sometime-, even produce
hemorrhoid. Without having any
particular desire to piaiso one pill
above another, we may, neverthe
less, name Mother Seigel's Pills,
manufactured by the well-known
house of A. J. White, Limited, ilfi,
Eartingdoii Hoad, London, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as the only one wc know
of that actually possesses every
desirable (jtiality. They remove the
pressure upon tho luain, correct the
liver, and cause the bowels to act
with ease and regularity. They
never gripe or produce the slightest
sickness of the btnmach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or symp
torn. Neither do they induce fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
pills do. As a fuithcr and crown
ing merit, Mother Seigel's Pills are
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coating, which causes them to
resemble pearls, thus rendering
them as pleasant to tho palate as
they aio elfeotivo in curing disease.
If you have a severe cold and arc
tlucntened with a fever, with paiiii
in the head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses will break up tho cold
ami prevent the fever. A coated
tnn;;ue, with a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by foul matter in
t lie stomach. A doso of Seigel's
Pills will effect a speedy cure.
Often-tinu's partially decayed food
in the stomach and bowels produces
sickness, imiiicn, Ac. Cleanse the
bowels with a doso of theso pills,
and good health will follow.
L'nliku many kinds of pills, they
do not make you feel worsts before
you arc better. They are, without
doubt, tho best family physio ever
discovciod. They remove all ob
structions to the natural functions
in cither sex without any unpleasant
clfecta. Jan. 13-88-1
IWANK J. KltUUElt,
Practical WfiU.hnial.cr & Rojmiror
VoKi M iimcr M hmd ore rlrutgttt JO ceuli
Iter line for the Jint lnfrtlon, mid 6 ctnts ytr line
aery ailditlorul instrllon.
R" If AITS BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Uicn.' Mill.
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,.
.Innunry iioth A tllHt.
Or, Bunthorne's Brido I
EHtlictlo Opera ly V. . Gilbert
and Artlinr Sullivan.
Complete with Full Chorus
Doors Open at 7:30-acSTCommcncc at 8
LMtlOJiH ilk TJtsUAL.
Hos ofilec will open at J. B. Hrown &
Co.'s on Monday, Jan. 23th, at 0 a. 11.
$3'-Hool of Words of the Opera will
bo bold in tho Theatre at 10 cents a cony.
rinij Bred Pisrs For Sale.
14 Ilerlsshlre and JJ l'o.
land; 2 montln old; only
K lell; $10 each or it for
$M Apply to
v. 11. si:al.
FOIl SALE or LEASE
,o. a TIIU Dwelling mid Kesi
f& J-. ilcnce ol Mr. K. 13.
GJSaSssiai Tlio:mis, coiner Kiuaii and
I'l.koi -treclJ, conuinnds ai unintcr.
nilc'1 view of the MuUiki, I'alo'o and
Minna Vullejs, mid i minutes walk to
1 1. e trHiiicu?"!! King street. The nuiin
hull' ins is plas'creri and hard Ihiishcd
nH-di- iluouhmit. The building is a.
1017 witii douiilc parlor, dining 100m,
-lllin 100m, 4 bedrooms (up stairs),
bull mom and every convenience, de.
t u-hed conk bouse urn! puntiy, stable
.i:.d oat.buildings complete; fruirugu to
Piiltni street -100 feet, to I'eiiHicohi street
yOO feet, and f Kinau street a'liiut ISO
feet, the grounds are nicdy laid out,
irritation 4,0,)0 fceL pipj and 'M fauc ts.
Inspection liny day. Ptuthcr parti
culars tit the olllce of
E. IJ. THOMAS,
130 lOt Or to Mr. A. .1. C.irtwricht.
Just received a small consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
Prom the. wcll.Unown Arms of Pubos
Promt, mid l.nnwso & I'm col,
1 11 r trmi x.
Al.-o, from the celhm of Itomniib & I
Koch Fils Champagne, 1830;
(hi Qu it lb ,t .Magnum;
('liiuiilierltii, INO-t :
Chateau ZCViiiiOiu, ISSN;
Dry C'lirni'oii, S Youth OIiI:
Clitilfuii .tliii-miiux, lf77;
Grando Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
EGf'TIi" above c-i mpi ii-cs the ChoiceM
Li i dsuf Wi'iis nail J.upioiH ever in).
t-i) lid lo thb mink t.
t'OIt HACK KY
iMFARLANE & Co.
Royal Insurance Company.
Accumulation ol Funds, - S2O,G02,20D.OO
rite ri U taken nt eurient rules ami
beltlemeut nnnte in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
July.!! as ly
I'.iliiii Pli'o . i i ! - -
Insurance Company 11
Capital, $10,000,000; l.il.rf'ed LiiU.i.,
Kire .mil Marine, risks taken nici r at
lulex and M'ltlemitiit made in 1km lulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
July 1! 188.1 y
H l T IS'
Insurance Co. of San Francisco,
Mnrinc rUk u Hull-, :irgoe, PruigliU
mid Coiiiintb-iioiH at ouinill lute.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
i n i i:i j uitc;
General Insurance Company.
.Muilne rlaltK im Hulls, C'nigow, I'lciht
am) Coiiuiitn-iiiUh til uuricnt rules.
JOHN. S. WALKBH, Agent.
YOU LOS" ANYTHING,
JL advertise it ia tho Daily Hullktik,
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
Warranted Fast. g(3 lt0P Superior Quality.
g0T PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE jgM
Boys Fine Jersey
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
AT A GREAT
-i&o THE 353I-
3EGkA-Fi? &c COMPANY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Goods Suitable for tlie Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
1-.IM-0 CurtuliiH. Htampod. TIcIIch, 81ioc ilnan, Eto.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wc call particular attention to our fine selection in
(iiiSiOM GlollDi for Gents, Yontls k Mini
KuniiHliing Goods, Trunks, ValiscH,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latent Style If you want t-ometliing very line in
Lais' k Misses' Boots, Sltoes k Sliers k Gents' Gaiters
Call on lib before going elsewhere.
CSTalrs. E. G. Howe's boautiful vcrk in Point Laces on exhibition heratst
L.-ortx sxxtjaifl'X', jxoivoxvux.u.
ST UAHGAINS -Ba
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices tlinn ever before. New imolcc of
SHELMIMDWAi, PLOWS k GEFL MERCHANDISE.
jNTovuIMcm iu(l XTuiMsy GooiIn, In HiUij Vnrloty.
IUKG leavrt in Inform tny fiUuiln niitl
uil'UiK, dial I inteii'l leaving Hit
klngili'iu in tlie '.Mb Ful ruary, lo bo
ulisi-nt until Oen b r, anil thai 1 will
(1 i.-ie iny nlUni on tlie Kill of l-'ebrimry.
M. li. GUOSSMAX, m-ntlM.
Mil m No, US Uotil fit.
English and German
MISS 110LTK has opened a select
. KiiL'lUh anil Getnnin School for
young ehmlivn. .she III .ilo give In
tti action In Goiniau anil French, In
classes, or In private lc-nns. Uc-1-Ueaee
on the Last sldii of MaklUl street
opposlto the liasubull (i rounds
J 1U 0V
& FORT STREETS.
rench Kid Shoes
al lie Lowest Btt Prices !
Suits at $3.50 !
ew Assortment !
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
01S-U KF-XEW GOODS
ardware Co., L'ri,
ter BARGAINS -
LL parties indebted to V. S. Luce
on llii .".nth iluv of Si-ntL-inlier lust.
nro requested to settle up their accounts
al once. w. s. uvvk.
l'.y IiIj attiiriii'y.lu fact, Frauk iJrown.
Miss S. R Patch,
Kawalabao Female Seminary.
Teaclier of Voice & Piano,
Is i repared to receive pupils.
Refers, by pcnnlstlnii to leading pro
ltiooi of music lu California, and to
previous experience in teaching In that
State. Address as above. 140 2w'