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SATURDAY, JAN. 20, IS8D.
.Tan 2C '
Schr fcurnli it Eliza from ICuolntt
Schr Mile 3Iorrls from Koolau
Sclir Lnviulti from Ewn,
Sclir Wat lni from Kmal
Schr Mokuola from Ewa
Sclir Luka for Koliala
Schr Mlllo Morris for Koolau
Schr Lavlnla for Ewa
fc'chr Surah ami Eliza for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Kulaiuauu for Kauai
hdir Mokuola for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Wnlchu for Kauai
Btmr Knala for Vt aialuaatid Waiauac at
9 a m
Slnir 3Iokolll for Molokal at r p m
From Ilamakua, per stmr Iwalaul,
Ji n 21 Hon Ohas Xotlvy i?s K Mull
liigcr, Jit II Hull, V JL, Kai.olok.ihl 1
For .-an Francisco, per bgtne V G
Irwin, Jan 24 John .Morris.
From Waiauac, per stmr Koala, Jan
2" lion 11 A Wldotnuiin and wife and
For Maui an ' Hawaii, per stiur Kinait
Jan 25 Itcv E V li.ikcr, Mrs Kcilia.i
and :i ehtlilien, .Mia E Lyman, Hon S
l'aiker. Miss i alia, Mr t'ost ethwaitc,
Major W II Coinuoll, C O ltuiger, It It
hind, A i. inclali, il uiiiiingliiiin, A M
i-pioull, W lliunham and lu uuu ..
Si'hr Halcukala - 1 0" bags sugar.
Schr Miliiiuiiuu 12U0 bags sugar.
Sclir Moi Wahliic uOUO bags sugar.
Schr MUle Moiris 33J bags lice.
Schr S rah & Eliza S25 bugs rice
Schr Jiokuola 2U0 bag-t lice.
Schr aichu 05 bags lice.
The schooner Wulehu will sail on
Monday at 4 o'clock for . nuaiiinulu,
Nawiliwili, Koloa, hlei-le and Wiuuiea.
The Waiehu i ljinc at Brewer's whar .
The Mil i.ark S C Alien arrivcil on
Frhlay, U days from Newcastle, N S W
with i,2i.O tons of coal, consigned to
Bicwer & (jo
'Hie steauicisLtkelike, Mikahala, I.c
hua and Kilauea . on are due to-mor-vow.
The eteamer Knala brought 20,000
orange- from Walalua yesterday.
The bark Ivy is 1G8 d.ijs out from
New York for this port.
Thi3 evening the Honolulu Arion
Society will celebrate the birthday
anniversary of the birth of Emperor
William II by a concert at the Hay
selden Hall. Following is the pro
March Kaiser Wilhclm Borger
Overture Kaisers Kornblumen
T. ....Tien ler
Walzcr neutsche Hcizcn Strauss
Potpourri Froeliche Lleder. . Kohliiiaii
Deutsche Marsch Ulaenge
Quadrille Tingeltaugcl Thiele
Galop Vivat Iloch Zikoff
Die Wacht am Ithciu,
Hell Dir 1m Slegerkrauz,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
1:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Emperor William Itcrger
Overture Emperor's Corn Flowers..
Waltz German Hearts Sti auss
Selection German Songs Kohlm n
Gavotte Heat t T haobs Eilcnbc g
Quadrille-Couplet '1 hiei
The following tenders have been
received for addition to reservoir at
half-way house, JSuuanu Valley:
J. N. Kaaikawaha $8,500
Chun Hee , 5,700
Peter High 5,000
N. Ah Fawn 4,41)5
Walker & Bedward ... 2,200
The latter tender was accepted.
It is probable that tko British
yacht Nyanza will leave early next
week for San FianeUco via Molokai.
Through the com tesy ot Capt. De
war, the owner, Capt. and Mrs. J.
D. Graham and child, and P. A.
Engineer Crawford, will take paas
ag in her.
Capt. AJand of II. B. M. S.
Hyacinth has been ordered home
after the arrival of the vessel at
Commander James G. Green of
the U. S. S. Alert was presented to
Ills Majesty the King at lolani Pa
lace yesterday, by Ills Excellency
Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minister
Resident. The King was attended
by Ilis Ex. the Minister ot Foreign
Affairs and Hon. Jas. W. Robert
son, II. M.'s Vicc-Chamheilain.
To-morrow is the thirtieth anni
versary of the birth of His Majesty,
Emperor William II. of German-.
Lieut, liicltd. J. Symouds of II.
IJ. M. S. Conquest has been pro
moted to Commander in the Royal
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson, tliu
author, aud Mr. Lloyd Osbouriiu
were presented to the King this
morning,at the l'alace.by Mr. J. W.
Robertson, acting and Vice-Cham-l)Cilaiu.
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Look out foi your elitekcim,
A PonTUGcr.RK wants a jmsllion ns
Tuniir: will ho union rcrvico at
Kauinakapili Chuicli Sunday ovcu
ing, with special nun-ie.
Cavtain .1, II. FihliiT ha." an order
to the nu'inbers of Company U, Ho
nolulu Hiflos, in another column.
The general admission to Iluali
null's trained nuiinal uud novelty
show is fifty cunts, reserved feats $1.
Tin: Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany have accepted the tender of tlio
Uniou Feed Othnpany for supplying
The foreign and Hawaiian jurors
will bo requited to attend in the Su
picnic Court Monday morning at 10
Kkm in mind that the box plan
for sale of seats for Patience opens nt
0 o'clock Monday morning at J. E.
Brown & Co. 'a store.
At the meeting of the Btiniil of
Health on Thurtday, a loiter wnu
read from Dr. Eutz ot Sai Paulo, Bin
zil, a German doctor who is piucti
ing on lepurs.
On Monday at 12 o'clock noon Mr.
L. J. Levey will sell Crown hunt
leases of lands and lisheries of the
Ahupuaa of Hanalci, Kauai, for a
term of fifteen years.
A cai'Itai, concert was given at
the Hotel last evening by the Hawai
ian band which ivas well attended.
The fiontof-the building was illum
inated with lanterns.
Onu of the pupils at Kawaialiao
Fom.ilu Seminary, Julia Jacobs, hav
ing made a voluntary statement with
rcguid to the rccc.it lire at that insti
tution, has been placed under arrest.
J. McLain has been awarded the
tender for shoeing the Government
linden and hurfre. for the next six
months at 1 SO per head. C. IJ.
Y il.-on sent in a tender for $2 and
It. Cuyfoid $1.'J0 per head.
This morning the Tramways Com
pany opened their line to Vaikiki,and
it pioniist's to be a great boon to our
ic.-idonts. Those peieons intending
I'.itronibing the trams should cut out
the time table which appears in an
other column, for lcfcieiicc.
A Chi.va.man lecently put in a
claim fiom the Wildcr's Steamship
Co. for $250 for loss of two trunks on
the steamer Likelike. The trunks
eventually turned up at Kahului and
upon examination were found to con
tain empty bottles and boxes and
other such like rubbish.
Thukk will be no Blue ltibbon en
tertainment this evening, hut theie
will be a temperance meeting for
men only in Brewer's Block at 7 :30.
Brief addresses will bu given on piae
tical phases of the drink question,
with opportunity for arguments for
or against. Como and bring your
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Performance by Bushnell's trained
animals, at 8 o'clock, at Nicol's
Concert by Honolulu Arion So
ciet', at 8 o'clock.
Temperance meeting for men only
in Brewer's Block, at 7:30 p. in.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Box plan opens at 0 a. m. for sale
of seats for Patience, at the olllce of
J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant street.
Sale of Crown land leases at sales
room of L. J. Levey, at 12 o'clock
This afternoon the rille matches
of the Hawaiian Rifle Association
not concluded on New Year's Day,
are being shut off. The events are
Hyacinth Cup and Mid-range Cham
The housekeepers of Honolulu will
be pleased to learn that Chinese
New Year occurs on Wednesday,
January, 30ih. On that day a re
ception will be held in the hall of
the United Chinese Society, King
street, between the hours of 11 a.
in. and 1 p. m.
The first performance of the opera
of Patience illbeonTuo-day even
ing, at the Iliiiv.itiau Opera House.
Tho box plan for thu salo of heats
opens on .Monday morning at U
o'clock, at the olllce of J. E. Brown
& Co., Merchant street. Bu sure
and bu in time.
LAST NIGHT'S SHOW.
The llrst performance by the
Buslmell trained animal and nov
elty show took place last evening in
a tent erected in rear of the Nicol
block, Foit street. There was quite
a large audience piesout. The show
opened with an overture by the or
chestra, eotisisliug of violin and
piano, after which u farce was given.
Then at intervals appeared Miss dc
Vere in bongs and dances, the Stan
leys who played a number of musi
cal instruments, Mons. Buslmell in
clever feats of juggling and a num
ber of well trained pigeons, Miss
Stanley lu ballads, aud the tioupe
of French and Russian poodles. Tie
little animals performed some very
clever Hicks, amusing tho audience.
Thu perloimuucc concluded with a
laughable comedy, "O'Ricley'a
family." Another performance will
be given this evening.
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DAILY BOTJifTTTSTi HOOTiUTkTJ, H T.t
OPERA CQW: . ','.
The abovo company mini u en
in another column that tut lie-it
opera of n scries Mnrtha by Flo
tow will be given at tho Upcra
House Thursday next al 8 p. in.,
and that scaoti tickets may bo ob
tained at J. E. Biown & Co.'s, Mei
cliant street. Mr. Cniupobollo, with
other members of his company, in
cluding Miss Porter and Mis Bran
don, is now performing jI thoTivoli
San Francisco, and will airivu hero
by the Australia. Ilerr Schmidt, now
at Honolulu, violinist, Has a pupil of
Liszt, at Berlin, wheic he htudicd
for many years.
AUDIENCE AT THE PALACE.
At lolani Palace this morning,
His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, introduced to the
King, Major J. II. Wodehouse, II.
B. M.'s Commissioner, who then in
troduced Capt. Chas. L. Oxley, of
II. B. M. S. Conquest. Capt. Ox
ley presented the following odlfieis
of his ship: Lieutenant llcnry.W.
Ne'villu, Fleet Engineer John John
son, and Lieutenant of Marines,
His Majesty was attended on this
occasion by His Ex. tho Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Major J, D. Holt,
and Mr. J. W. Robot tson, Acting
A THIEF CAUCHT.
On several occasions the boarders
at a private boat ding house on Ho
tel street have missed small amounts
of money left in their clothes. One
young man missed S13 50 the other
day. He set a trap for the thief by
marking a half do'lar aud placing it
in his pants pock"t. The bait took,
for tho maiked money was found cm
the person of a yoium Chinese boy,
who had been employed in making
the boarders' beds. The boy ic
linned S10 of tho stolen money am
piomised to make the balance go d,
but as other money lias been mi-scd
it has not yet been decided what to
do. The boy is under arrest at the
Station House, charged with laiceny
in the third degree.
ih:fouu por.icu justici: tostm
Satijhday, January 20.
Mnkninui and Amelania had each
to pay the usual amount for drunk
enness. Ah Kiu, charged with larceny in
the 3rd degree, was remanded for
PROSPECTS OF I HE SENATE BILL.
If a lcvenue bill shall be passed
by the present congiess it will be
difficult to discover any serious need
of an extra session of the next
house. It might be desirable, from
a party standpoint, for the repub
licans to secure the organization to
which their narrow majority of cor
ffllcates entities them, and make
their ascendancy certain by unseat
ing several democratic certificate
holders who arc clearly not entitled
to seats. But this would not cer
tainly be a sufficient reason to justi
fy the calling of an extra session.
No urgency apparently will exist for
an extra session if the condition ol
the treasury shall be relieved.
And it certainly is not improbable
that a revenue bill will be passed by
the two houses. The senate bill will
probably pass that body on the 21st
of January. It will then go to tho
house and if it could at onco be put
upon its passage it is quite likely
that enough democrats could he
found to vote for it to scud it to
President Cleveland. The Mills hill
only received 13 majority, and it is
certain that some democrats sup
ported it who were opposed to its
principles or to many of its chief
provisions, but voted for it under
the political stress in the excitement
of a national campaign. Some of
the northern democials were pro
tectionists anil opposed to the free
trade ideas upon which the bill wa-,
based, home of those ft inn the
South represent districts largely in
terested in tob.icco and they would
probably seize the opportunity to re
move the lax from, that article even
if they could not nt the same time
help along the coming of thu ideal
system which they fondly i-lu ri-di.
aud arc doubtless desiineil Uo elu"
ish, witli icfcrcocc to imports. Il :.
vote then could be reached it is
probable- that the bill wou'd pius
But it is by no means certain that
the matter nould take that course.
The bill would doubtless be icfirred
to Mr. Mills committic anil il it
failed to be reported luck to tin
house uud passed before I he 4th of
Match it would not he the llrst time
that the will of a majority hud not
received an opportunity of expres
sion. Indeed a suppression ol the
bill for that tune would b a fur lets
glaring pcrformni'cu than many
which have been resorted to :n oider
topieserve the stii'i Ins wlih all its
charms among the attraction of Un
democratic show. It was not im
possible for Speaker Carlisle to
sanction a method of procedure, un
known in any deliberative assembly
in the world, oxcept a Boston demo
cratic caucus, and refuse to "recog
nise" a member in ptoper posses
sion of the lloor if he desired to se
cure the consideration of a icvcnue
bill. Aud what was possible to Mr.
Cai lisle in all its original enormity
would in a mitigated lorui bu a veiy
easy task for Mr. -Mills. The os-eu-tiul
point of the democratic policy is
(o raise pandemonium over the terri
ble, the calamitous situations con
nected with the surplus,
X 30 i.Aa3&.is. t
!& yteM&g&h? HJkM$?&k. 1 - "dBBiflilli 4 ' i3iti - av. - ii, fMbte2-
..-. . jl AvJet, &. x . 5fcr. -iij j- . ... ' Si&Bik rlkik r jt .t
'& MBljt-J '$m3BPL-Ti ItEiJKiiTnWfr TS tmm JjGfiLlJiWIoML.u.. ' . jv.
' in rub' ed of his biead, infants
-i.j! ni: or fmziug io Kioir crt'dles,
toe IiurIiil'sx interests ol the country
raljr.ed and all thai the circulat
ing medium might bo uselessly lock
ed up in the national treasury.
The boirors of the situation hav
ing Liten llttingly poitruycd, the next
euro of tt'i! democratic leaders has
t'eci. io pre-eive it. Tho rules of
tiie ho.ise, the constitution of tho
t. mill j, have. not been permitted to
(i in the way to pievoiit tho ro
innv.n of ihh .aim surplus. The
.-oal Kiel i ili.it there has been no
g. miiuu ilciiioeraik- alarm over tho
surplus. The simple purpose of the
whole pow-wow was to frighten the
country into Hying from the evils to
come and take refuge in free trade.
Willi tho surplus gone, the free
trade shop would have little stock
left in trade, and would be closed
for an indefinite period.
It will then be a comparatively
easy matter for Mr. Mills to hold
the senate bill during the few weeks
of the session renminbis; after it shall
have readied the house. Only one
coiialdeiation would be likely to
iqicrate upon his mind to secure a
cousidciation of the bill. A con
gress republican in both its branches
would without doubt assemble in
March or April and silence the dem
ocratic war cry by removing the
surplus. He might think it best to
the inevitable and to attempt to
submit to claim for his party a lit
tle credit for extinguishing S00,
000,000 of unnecessary taxation. If
he should regard it in this light, and
whether he would or not is purely a
matter of guesswork, the hill would
pass the house.
The measure, however, would still
require the appioval of Piesident
Cleveland, and what that function
ary might do is beyond the power of
conjecture. The election is over
and theie is now no personal advan
tage to be gained in yielding to his
wicked party. Andbcsides ho has
as-uuied a new character. The
civil set vice reformer and tho spoils
mail, the free trader and protection
ist, the Anglo-mauiaa and the aven
ger of the wrongs of England, have
.ill been played as long as they
would draw, and the masks of the
parts lie in a neglected and dusty
heap in the coiner. This grent art
ist is now appearing in the role of a
maityr to a noble cause whose life
blood will yet he the seed of a glori
ous relorm. Of course by life blood
we mean political life blood, for this
actor has never been known to select
a part in w Inch there was the slight
est danger, at least to himself. And
whether Mr. Cleveland would regard
it as in keeping with his new part to
relieve the people of the burdens of
taxation by signing the senato bill is
a matter in regard to which nq ma
terial now exists that we know of
for the formation of an opinion.
Boston Weekly Advertiser.
SAEMMTLICHE Deutsche werdca
liiL-iiluieli ill einem urn HO-en il.
uts zur Keitr lies (Tcbmtsiaes seiner
nji-stuet ICioser Wilhclm's II ntattnii
Icinii-a '.o.iccilo freiiiuHi'-list einge.
Aiif.it'g h Uhr Abends
im L oil
05 3i des Honolulu Arion."
POSITION' as Portuguese Luna or
any other kind of work, by a man
of cxptiii'iico. Applv to
J. M. VIVAS,
1.17 bv' 12 Meiclnnt street.
bccond hand Four
A heeled Wiikoii,
eeoil aud strong with
i.olu mill In iiUe; capacity nt least 1000
b-. Apply atnlllrc of IM. Hnirschlac
Ker & ( o.. (di .Monday, Jan. 2sth. lo!i tit
WANTKO l)V ii L.i-:ieiu-(il Boo.
K oiior a pnali on in xny Ilono
Miln Im ii.iBi ('ron a I'lunintiur. on any
i-l.mil of tho liuuHil'tii i;rnii). Atlwr.
li .ui inn -xl piuiiuin ni.d ncll o-t''il
I., 'nil-nil iiiiius. Amlichs 'M "
I.UI.M.TIH Onicu. IM tf
M E ETI JS'G NOTICE.
'PUB (iiiirt(;tlv ami annunl meeting
S ! il.o i'.iciilu llu liAiuo Company
, ' ir i (I I '-l'l lit- lutlri lit llii-ir llli ! on
'I IH fcl V inn -i is ft -it 0. 'dock
i 1-VL WIN"1V.H,
155 1 1 .tLiiiig tii-uicimy
Oi' S') to dm ib rni'ul il'iirlurii
rim ! o Killed... i. i.l II P. Hl.ili.
in .ii, e r.-ticf. In ii. U tiiut nil
ii.ouki (in o r il driti bu ii'itli d ou
'ii tiu'i III l i IS II ' r-ll'U IV tli'M.
f! i.liS & WIC1IMAN.
II. . o'ni, , J ii. si IfcSD. t .'if, id
A. M. HEWETT,
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(I cli iigui. i ii r i" i ti 1 umI (.ciiiT.ii
-pil ."I K. .11 O ili-r Ii t ut llltr--
i.i' iV It i'i iimii. uil.U" Q ii in iiui't,
I i Ml . IMH .) llilv. Ill)' till SIlllF.
i. tin mi" nil 16- I 111
"S. O. Wilder," ''l'lantcr"
A Large Quantity
! J JTK if
l'o allJ 'it I.nw 1'ilo-u by
John F. Colburn & Co.,
j 153J (Jutuu Street, lw
JAmiAWY 2fl lJBgt
Novelty Show !
Lite of P.T. B.u-num'Orent Sliow, New
Nicel'i MM Street,
Under tlio Jrninl YVntcr-iiroof
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only.
OoiumcociuK Jnntury 2,'ilh, ami
General Admission fiOs
Reserved Seats $1 00
Matinee 23 and ftOc
IS AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
Jnnunry ttOtli A. aiat.
Or, Bunthorne's Bride !
.Catholic Opera by W. H. (albert
unit Arthnr Hnlllvun.
Complete with Full Chorus
Doors Open at 7 :30-fljfcSJComminco at 8
IMtlCOSS tiH USUAL.
ISox otlico will oncn ut J. E. Ilrown &
Co ' on .Momliiy, Jan. l!:Jth, at t a. m.
JtSy-"ook3 of Wonln of tho Opera will
bo bold in tliu riitnire nt 10 cents u cony.
The First Operatic Concert
Of the above Company will tako
place in tlio
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb, 7th,
AT H O'CLOCK 1. 31.
Flotow'n Charming; Opera In Four
Or, The Hart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES !
igflJciwecn each Act, Piano Itccitnl
by M. Ollert, and Violin Solo by Hcrr
t3ff Scunn I'lukctt
of (1 nighty, na
K7.oo. an.oo it 1.(
Now on salu nt tliu otlicu of J. E. Hrown
& Co., l!a AluicliHiit biirol. 1.57 id
i O l.ET
SLX-noOM Cotuae ou
Ellllllll HtlL'Ut, lltlllU.sI.O
hiuiu.i tiiiiiiic. Applv t)
J. M VIVAS,
A! I'UicU ml htrn t.
VOR SALE or JEASE
itZfei , ''! t'AUK lutc'y oci-ii.
5W iV pled by .Mr. llurtify Or.
jjWtt in .nti'iii, sitmitii oi. Kinuiu
Struct, tlC'tlM B I llli) Illhtl-l.ilH of II ins.
(J, It. ISi&luip, Jniiit-n Ciini 'i ii f ' - I,
liolr, ni'.ir ilinmii Squi. u pi n
mtiiiinl, no ilii4i, im tui'i u ! lit--, u
u fnw ininuli h wiilli to ll.O lu .-u.
iliu Central Union CliiHi-i.. No uum. ;
rurs wuntvd. Apply to
E. b. CU.VIA,
US tf Union iiit.on.
FOK SALE or LEASE
THE Da. link' and Hcl-
L (li-nco of Mr. K. Ii.
Thomas, uornur Kiiiau umI
t'l.Kul ttrt'il., couiinKii'iti iih uiiinti-i.
rupici) vluw of ll.o .Mikiki. I'alo o uml
M inna Vi'lcjs, iiinl !l ill iutit'- walk to
i in-ii miiHr-. mi KltiK street. Tlio ni'iiii
bull In.; is plas ur d anil lan tii.isli.il
in il. th uii.li'iul. Thu bunding h '2.
mnrj uitiidouilo purior, illnint; loom,
hitting room, 4 bedroom (up biulr),
balb loom aud cvtiy coiivuuleiice, d(
Inched rook house and panliy, stable
and nuubiiildingi complete; frmi'ago to
1'llUoi street -10U feet, id Pent-Mcolu aintt
L(XI fift. .unl to Klnau ttrcct nbntu 180
luL't, the grounds urn tile-ly laid out,
Irrliiiitlon 4,0 K) fett pip uu I -.0 fane u.
liiBpectiou uny day. Kurtlur parti.
chIhoi ui thu otllce id
K. 11. THOMAS,
1C0 lOt Ort-iMr A. .1. O itwrlunt.
I r- YOU FIND ANYTHING.
K nuYerHe it io the VAi,t ulixtia
.mm a ..
itiffiHfJ-i. T-'Mn, -- . -7
j i rsagn
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COltlS ER HOTEL &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER '
A LAKUK KINK OP
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
Warranted Vast. (ff8 0F Supprior Quality.
BW PRICES I.OWEK THAN ELSEWHERE aM
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, ftew Assortment !
Ladaes Knitted Underwear,
AT A GREAT
Wiilch for the elaborate announcement of Nevr
101 FOHT STKKKT. IIOXOMILU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Ajjoutu for P. I.orillaiil it Co.'u Tobaccos, it V. S. Kimball & Co.'h
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works -
IltFG Icavu to inform mv fnuitls and
p.li u a, tluii 1 iiitcnJ leaving thu
kingiii in -ii tl.u liih i'lii ruary, in be
abncni until ()oil i, aim luu 1 mil
cloao my oIlU'u on iluiHtlio; February.
31. r.. Gltu&SMAN, Dentibt.
1-illm No. US Hold nt.
English and German
MISS 110 LTE Im opi'iied a select
, English and Ueiiiiati School for
youiifjclilldien. ho will also give In
iitiiietlou lu Geriuan uud Fiuudi, In
ohitiico, or In pilvnto k-jsoiu. Itexi
deuce on liu Kunihldo of Mnklki hirvet
oppolie thu uutfbull liioimdi
at tile Lowest Mock Prices,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets..
. JF rf
TER & CO.,
J. UKALURS IN-
- 21 - 87
73 Hotel Street.
A LI. purtiun Indebted to W. S. Lu
IX. on the 80th day of Bepteruber last,
am i educated to Kelllu up their uccnunts
"t dnce V. 8. I.UOE.
Hy llli attorney lu fact, Frank IJrowu.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawalahao Female Seminary.
Teaclier ofTolce & Piano,
Is prepared to receivo pupils.
H'fets, by permltloii to leadlup pro.
k-Mira of niiHlii in California, end to
prevliiun expeilence in tiMvliing lu that
dtute. Addrew tti ubovu. liO'Sw