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HOHOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand.: Merchant and Korl
Btrccl. Telephones, 303.
WEDNESDAY, KE15. 0, 188!).
Sttnr Kwa from t'.wa
3 S Autralla from Sail Francisco
Stint' J Jt llishop from Koolau
Stnir Polo for llaiuakua at 10 u m
Sttnr hvalaul for I.ahaimi anil llatna-
kttu at s a in
St mr Ktva for Kwa
Sehr Kawallani for lfoolau
For windward ports per ttnr Kinntt,
Fob 5 Mis .1 KlchniiUuu, Mm .1 N
"Wright 11 llyeroft mill family, lit Kcv
JSUhup of Honolulu, A. Lobeusteln, His
Kx C W Ahforil. H littton, (J Camp
bell, D Porter, U V.ind Fllurehiirdt.
His Ex T. A 'rinir-um, uiul CO duck.
For San Fratirleo per liklne l'lautcr.
Feb 5 J 11 Juee.
For San Frnnci-copcr bark CO Wbit
nioio, Feb 5 C V Hi nee.
For Maui per tmr Llkollke, Fell 5
Jin, J U Kawalnui, MtS W" Haul, Mis
Win Muteli, lion W C Wilder. .1 K Wil
der. Hon 1 X Makee, A I' Napaehaolo.
W Hurlowil.Mon r.n-linell and troupe
and :!0 deck.
For Kauai andXilliau por-tnir Mika
bala, Fob i S 11 iitwcll, Hon Aiitonc
Jto.-a and wife, A Grote.Mi- 1) Xoonan.
.lodge 1, McCully, G Xorton. A 1' Pet
erson, A Cropp anil wife, Miss Marie
von Holt, .1 II Haivnaba, Hon W U
Smith. .1 F Collnirn, H W Diinoiul. II
Chinese and IM duck.
From San l'iaiiei-eo per S S Austra
lia. Feb (i Hon W ti Irwin, wife, eliilil
and nurscludgc G W lljldlu..lanie (i
Spencer, wife and sou. Uupt W L1IK, K
Cauipobello and wife. Felix Ollert. Mrs
11 Jlurzcr aud -on. Mi1-" .1 Aekorniau. C
W Maefailiine, Mis. E Miu-farlanc. Mis
Kiplev, .1 W Peny. M .1 Flavin, wife
and son, F Metcalf, V Merrill, II . I
Park, E G Jlloekwaic,' Mrs J Fain-,-wortb
and on. A Jaeger and wife, .Mi-
Mrs O L Wight, .1 W uruee. A Hick, E
Van Ainswalt, .1 T Cro- and wife. Mrs
A A Pratt, J W and (! V Jtobcy, and ?.)
CARGOES rP.OM ISLAND PORTS.
Sttnr Lulma 1!500 bgs sugar.
The S S Au.lralii.il C Houdlellc
Master, sailed from S.in Fiimelsco Tues
day Jan '.20th at :'. p in with :".;; cabin and
Si steerage paenger-. Fi eight, DJ'J
ton general liioieliaudi-e. Weather:
Jan 'J'Jtb to Feb lt, light noilherly
wincl, moderate son with a W X W
.swell. Feb 2d to uth. light bathing
winds, moderate ea,Ullu weather. Feb
lht, pased a bark suppo-ed to he the J
C liryant hound for San Franci-eo.
AKItlVAI.S at sa.v ruAXCisco:
S S Alameda Jan P.), from Honolulu.
S S Australia Jan 23, from Honolulu.
JU; W 11 DiiiiondJan 2:!, fiom Hono
lulu. Ilk Cevlon Jan '.'.", from Honolulu.
I5k J 1J .SpreckcN Jan -2(i, fiom Hono
lulu. 15U Geo 11 Douglas Jan 20, fiom Ka
bulul. , ,
Sehr Anna Jan 20, from Kaluilui.
Courtuev Ford Jan 20, ironi Kaluilui.
Ji I.urlhie J.ui 2S, from llilo.
Sebr Queen for M'ahukona.Tau 1.".
Rk Alden lie-le for Honolulu Jail 27.
Hk W II Uiinoud for Honolulu Jan 27.
STIRLING At Ashford. Kent, Kng
huid, Jan lith, Hon Robeit Stirling.
PHILLIPS In San Franeico, January
2o, Mioliael Phillips, a native of
Sehwerseiig, PruIa, aged .".") jears
The dece:ir-ed was senior ineinher of
(he house of M. Phillip? te Co., Ho
nolulu. TUCKKU Tn San Fraueireo, January
20. Hemietta S. wife of L'api Heiuy
S Tucker, aud mother of Henry T,
Kdwln W. .lo-hua D, John II, and
"Willard S '1'ueker, a nathe of Kar-.-port,
Me, iiged (j0 yeai-, 7 monlli
and 22 days.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The steamship Australia was tele
phoned at 2 o'clock this morning as
off Coco head. She laid off port
and came in to her dock at 0:110
o'clock. She brought :S8 cabin and
2U stecrtige passengers, and 1132 tons
of freight. The Australia sails for
San Francibco ne.U Tuesday.
THE VAK DALI A'S CUN HER.
The S. V. Alta has the following:
Willluui 'Halford, tho fj miner of
the Vandalia, who lias charge of
the magazine, is an own cousin of
tho Private Secretary ot President
elect Hun-ibd!!. Ho was appointed
Gunner in the navy, the highest
grade of warrant oilluers, for his
gallant conduct at the time of tho
wreck ol thu I'nited States stoainer
Saginaw on thu Midway Island, in
October. lB(i. when hu volunteered
us a jiorlion of the bout's crow which
was Bout from the sconu of tho
wreck lo Honolulu, a ilmUinoo of
smug 1000 mile.
TlrUl'. . . Unnipcu htw UoU
ortlurwl to prncr.cd wllhont deuy lo
Avpltiwnll, for lli proUietiuij of
AmorloBii inunu uii tlu Utlnmn.
Ailv.uu fiwm I'.uiuinn .luii. w
iuyi Thu Hiiii'ti iluvtriiwooi Un
mm iiMiiwwi') lut'tmuUuii tu jr
yul mi)' UUiuilmiu tuklng j4aiu
III wiiHuliw Hit!) nitind WW
TJw Jllj' m wriM t 'mImii, hI
Wilt mw lly JtiHJ If U few
pura, um I'ttriktMiNUit' JU
LOCAL & QENERAL HEWS.
Jttss Cltillhcrg gives notice- ot re
ninval. ir.sv thanks Purser Kiel for laic
Snn Francisco papers.
A wtnwso lintk i" twenty miles
nfi" port a wc ro to prcep.
Tiir. mail was very laic in reaching
Hie l'nul (Hike this morning.
Tuv tho invigorating Wtelntul
Lager llcer at the Criterion.
Tnr. missionary packet Morning
Star arrived at Heriberi, December
Ah Kin's place on Hawaii, which
was recently burned, was insuicd for
H. F. Em.i'its vt Co. linvo some
tiling to say of impoitanco in another
Tun electric light went out euily
last evoning. That makes two nights
M. Justice McCully left last even
ing for Kauai, to hold a tenn of the
Fourth Circuit Court.
A i.auoi: quantity of lire-crackcis
were let oQ' on Hie United Chinese
Society's premises last night.
Am. members of the Scripture
Union aio lequesled to meet in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall on Friday, at 2:110
Am. members of the Y. Al. U. A,
singing class or thoo desiring to join
will please he picseiitThurtday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Tin: Hawaiian News Company will
please accept the thanks of the
I!i'M.i;tin' for a llle of late papers and
other news favors.
Mit. JI. Phillips, senior member of
the firm of M. Phillips it Co., Ka
ahumanu ktieel, died in Sail Fra i
ciseo, January 23th.
l.v the Supremo Com I this morn
ing in the bankruptcy of 15. Lycan,
Air. Justice Pieston oideied tho bank
uipt disehaiged from bib debts.
II. 15. M. Sines Conquest and
Hyacinth will both probably leave
for Hongkong, on Satuiduy. The U.
S. S. Vandalia leaves the tame day
Tin: box plan for the Wilson and
Cameron Specialty Company's per
foimancc Satttiday evening, opens
to-moi low morning at 'J o'clock, at
Mr. h. .1. Levey's olliec.
Tun new boileis for the Austi.ilia
aic well under way at the Kisdon
lion Yoiks. The steamer will
shoitly be laid up for thorough im
pairs, and the Queen ol the Pacific
or some other first class ftonnior will
take her place on this line.
Mits. II. S. Tucker, mother of Mr.
Joshua I). Tucker, at Castle it
CookeV, and Mr. F.dwin W. Tucker,
formerly of the AVilder's Steamship
Company, died in San Fiancieco,
Jan. 20th. The deceased was own
cousin to Capt. Sheppaid, our well
Tin: U. S. Senate Committee on
Appropriation has made the follow
ing recommendations: 'Jo pioteci
American intcicsts in Samoan iffiOO,
000; to establish coaling station at
Pango Pango, Samoa Islands, $100,000
Consulate at Apia, Samoa, raised to
Consulate-deneial and salary fiom
$2000 to $2000.
EVENTS THiS EVENING.
Services at the churches at 7:30.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of 1, at
Meeting Co. C Honolulu Hilles,
Ivchcarsal Honolulu Arion Society
at 7:.'10 p. m.
Monthly meeting Protection Hook
and Ladder Company at 7:30.
Engine Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
.Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1, at7:30.
AUCTIOH SALES TO-MORROW.'
nv i.. j. i.nvnv.
At 12 o'clock noon,
Macncnl aud Urban safe
nv .i. r. JIOHUAN.
Iicgular cash sale at 10 a. in.
when will lie offered a largo asbort
incut of goods.
HAWAII AT PARIS.
A telegram sent from tho Foroign
Olllce on January 1 ltli, applying for
J,UO0 square feet of space at the
Paris Imposition has been replied to
under dato of Paris, .January 2'Jlli
as follows :
"Kpucu secured. !C.hiljition di
rector oxpeots siuon infornmtioii."
Tlic Auiintliu hriiiKu now of a
decline in i lie pi ice of Culm, cunlil
fuguU uf iHi, uuiliiiig thu pruiont
W .'i ti-Hl fur UU tf:t.
'J'liu l". K. Kuiiutu itnuiutl tliu tariff
1111 mi Hlct urty vol u u'M to
;nt, ruiluuliiu iU dttfy uf iugar '')
m wilt, nml ulvliig u Iwuuij' of 1
wilt I'M iniinl nil nil feligHr Jilo
(JuuvfJ ilt Him 1 Ijllnil MUU)k MU
imtiu, orulium iml umw, imUiut
lv Umti u dran . Tbit bill
imu m iHnl iu Mm Imw m(
Late Foreign lews.
The Oceanic Company's Steam
ship Australia arrived early this
morning from San Francisco with
dales to the VM of January. Fol
lowing is a summary :
lion. Isaac Hell Jr., ex I". S.
Minister to thu Netherlands, died at
New York Jan. 20th.
Hiiro Fritcli. Austrian Consul
General nt New York, died Jan. 27
in the latter city.
A terrible railway accident occurr
ed at New Orlcans'ncar Plum Crock
briditc, .Ian. 20. A freight train
had been partially derailed and the
west-bound passenger train on the
Southern Pacific stopped behind it
and was suddenly crushed into by a
heavy freight train following. It is
supposed that many people have
Cieorgc II. Boker, cx-Minislcr to
Russia, in an interview Jan. 21 at
Philadelphia, was asked: "Do you
think that the Failed Slates could
successfully cope with Germany in
the event of war?" lie answered:
"Undoubtedly wc could whip her
off the seas. The Geimans are not
sailors and never were, and they
cannot light upon the water."
(V Donovan Uossa sues Hermann
Hiddcr, the publisher of the N. V.
Catholic News for 100,000 for li
bel. He will also sue Henry La
bouchcre. He supported Harrison
and was accused of dishonesty,
hence the suits.
A. U. Cazatiran. tho well-known
playwright, died Jan. 27 at New
York, after a lingering illness.
The Canadian l'acillc and the
Grand Trunk railroads have become
Clans Sprcckcls said in New York
Jan. 22, that he was invited by the
agent of Friend to enter the electric
sugar-relinining scheme, but declin
ed. "I asked him one question that
settled him," said Mr. Sprcckcls.
"lie could not tell mc what became
of the dirt that was extracted from
the raw sugar. That decided mc
not. to rn iii." Snrcckcls will start
'for San Francisco in about one week.
With much show of authority the
New Yoik Press announces the Har
lison Cabinet as follows: James G.
Ulainc, Secretary of State; Win. 15.
Allison, Secretary of thcTicasury, T.
C. Plait, Postmaslcr-Gcnoral; Hus
sell A. Alger, Secretary of War;
John Wanamakcr, Secretary of the
Navy: Warner Miller, Scctetary of
Agriculture. Estoe, Swift, Gol'f,
Clayton and others arc prominent
for the Iulciior Department aud Attorney-Generalship.
The time for the delivery of the
electoral votes of the various States
by messenger to the President of the
Senate expired at Washington Jan.
2Stii. Hctutiis from all the States
but Florida wcic in.
Three bundled houses were des
troyed 1)3' an earthquake in the Sa-
baret Valley, Asia Aiinor, ,ian. ' i.
Might Hev. Jo-Jiua llitghcs,15ishop
of St. Asaph, is dead.
The New York Tribune corres
pondent at SI. Petersburg says : The
crowning sonow of the Czar's life
has just come upon him. His wife,
lo whom lie is passionately devoted,
has become entirely insane.
The lierlin correspondents of the
Petit Journal aud L'Autorite of Pa
ris have been expelled from Ger
many. A despntch from Home Jan. 2G
says: The Pope's health is causing
alarm. To-day lie had a serious lit
of unconsciousness, which lasted
over half an hour. The College Car
dinals are prepared for the worst.
In the Chamber of Deputies Paris
Jan. 21 the Minister of Marine de
clared that Fiance must claim lite
whole of tho Tahiti group. In the
course of the discussion Minister
Kiaut. said that it was useless to re
tain Easter Island. Ho said also
that the Cook Islands never belong
ed to France.
The Si. James Gazette Jan. 20,
published the following: Wehtnc
reason to believe that Loid Sackville
who is pausing the winter at Cannes,
may probably be appointed in tho
spring to succeed Sir William White
as Embassador at Constantinople.'
A dispatch from Hrisbauc.Qucens
land, says that Mr. Armstrong, the
Govcinuienl Labor Agent in New
Guinea, was invicglcd asiioic by na
tives on the island of Maucba aud
put to death.
j uispaicu irum minium, uuu.
20th, says: Pilgrims from South
liorhcr report that the Mahdi, alter
suffering seeie defeat on the White
Nile toward Wudelui ut the huiuls
of regular troops (presumably Eiuiti
Pasha's), has abandoned further
hostilities aud Imu since tmffored it)
General lluulangcr wax biicceniiful
in tho election at Paris Juituury '41.
Complete return uliow Hie follow,
iitg remit: liouluugcr, 211,(170;
Jucuuuh, liU,.ViU; Uoule, 1H.7U0;
other uumlidulctf, HUM, liuiUtUIU
ur'n plurulily, m,.v.M; HuiUaugera
majority, ftl.M. Tim inmuliorw of
thu Uovuriiiuuul wore iwlouiiduij l
tho ioult. I'luuilur Kloquut luforitt
hi IWdunt CimtoL llmt lUt ('b
litnl wm irtfmi'Md tii ruip If the
l'miduM i uuidm'd udi itvit ml
vuuhlv. tevrrml ol Mil Mmtin
aihiMWlwi a ivtiuutMuiHiuii III Ut'!
VUm uii a ttiliM' (( i'iiv)
)immm4 ii mmu m m w mp
ilQNOLUJbU, II,, I., FEBKUAKi' 6, ISaD,
sitting ot the Chnmbcr before com
ing to n tonclusion.
"Tho Paris Lo Temps publishes
San. 25, a dispatch from Zanzibar
'stating that an American sailing ves
sel from Zanzibar for Madagascar
ports has been fired into and dis
abled by a German war ship.
Gnblet, French Minister of For
eign Affairs, has telegraphed to
Wnddington. the French Embassa
dor to England, instructing him lo
ask Salisbury for an explanation of
the seizure by Great Britain of Iwo
of tho Tonga Islands.
The l'osl-ofllce received 28 bags
of mail by the Australia. The I wa
lnut which left at in o'clock this
morning look the mails for llama
kua and llilo districts, Hawaii. She
aKo volunteered to land the Maui
mails at Maalaca 15av.
' l. !'J 1.
MISS JESSIE ACKERMAri.
A reception in honor of Miss
Jessie Ackcruian, will bo held this
afternoon, froji 2 to . o'clock at
the residence of Mr". Dr. Whitney.
She will deliver an adilrcs at the
prayer meeting at the Central Union
Church in the evening. To-morrow
afternoon the V. C. T. V. will meet
her at the Y. M. C. A. at "JiHO
Signor Campobello and wife, and
Felix Ollert, pianist, arrived on tho
Australia. Tho Signor was greeted
by many old friends.
Hon. A. Jaeger and wife, returned
to their island home on Ihc Austra
lia, both looking exceedingly well.
Mrs. 11. llcrgcr, wife of our band
master, was a passenger on the
Mrs. Uiplcy, wife of Knsigu
Ripley of the Vandalia, has returned
Mrs. V.. Macfarlane and Clarence
V. Macfarlane arc home again,
Mv. and Mrs. Jas. G. Spencer and
son, who have been absent from the
Mauds the past three months, re
turned on the Australia. They have
evidently enjoyed themselves while
The Hon. YV G. and Mrs. Irwin,
were warmly welcomed home by a
large number of friends this morn
ing. They have been absent in
California s-cveral months and arc
much bcnelitted by the change. Of
course the baby come back with
Miss J. A. Ackerman the temper
ance lecture, arrived on the Austra
lia, and is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Whitney.
Xolicci itmlcr thu heail art chargtd 10 crnlt
per Uiieor tltcjlrU insertion, and S cents per line
every udilltlonul inset tion.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Keai of Lucas Mill.
I.L inr-i u h ivbi ' claims neaiii3t
a Mis. N.iik y S. I. Hi 'ire requested
to send tliim ill to .Mr. A. J
with ti view to aeltlcmriit.
Iloimlul i, Kelt. , 1-Si).
Hawaiian Opera House
February 7th & 8th
TWO FIRST OPENING NIGHTS
Sipor Enrico Campobello,
Of Uor MuJst'4 Thuatio, Loiulon.
JU'. i'ltarH' Tn(ncr,
Mr. 'I'lmoiluro Mrliniiili,
Violin V ii tuo o.
Heir 'cll OlM'ii.
Mult. I'imiiIkI, uuil
ill? Grip Portor,
Mmuuh thiwu (or Him mm of Ue
li.". Ih'fcil" '"opWtiiiM
ii''1'' itiiip'ii" i !iHM
W 1 -'T1
P. O. Ito.v .1.11. -4r Hell Tele. S7I.
Mian Business Agency.
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?,
Honolulu. II. I
AccotinlnntH & Collector
Hawaiian Boll Telephone Go.
Manager of Advertising Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collodions will receive special atten
tion. Real Estate bought, sold ami tented.
Houses, Collages, Rooms and Offices,
leafed and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lilo Insuranco efketed in first
clau) hiMiranLC coiap.inics.
Conveyancing a Specialty Hecords
scinched and correct abstracts of title
Legal Documents and Papers of every
description carefully drawn ami hand
Copyinn and Translatinn in all laii'iinccs
in general use in tliis kingdom.
Custom Houso Business transacted accu.
Loans negotiated al fnrornbtc rates.
Gold, Silvor and Certificates bought and
and Subscriptions soli-
Skillod and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Article purchased or sold.
Inter-Island Orders will receive parti
To Let, Furnished and Unlurnishcd Cot
tages in desirable localities nt reasonable
Several Valuablo Proporlics in and
mound the cily now for sale and lease
on cisy terms.
CSyAll business entrusted to our care
will receive prompt and faithful atten
tion at model ate clmrges.
COI'IES of the Hawaiian Uircctery
for S8-'. recently published by
the MfKeiincy Directory Co. for fide.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
31ouso To Lei.
rpiIE 2-Story Dwelling Hitu-.
i ated on the east eoincr
of Fort mid llerclania sticcl'J,
lately occupied by Dr. V. II. Day. For
particulars inipnrc of Dr. Day or at the
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGE.VOV.
(liiiinir-rooni. 4 bedroom-., Kit
chea, lmtliroom and water-closet, ver.in
das, stable, wagon-shed, chicken home
and yard, flower garden, etc. Lot Itr.x
100 feet, ami leased lot adjoiniui: 7."iv7'i
feet. Situate at Kapalama, miiiika side
of Kin;; street. Apply al
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LONG established 111 a de
sirable locality ia llono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
years 11 1 low rental Is offered, (on
iu count of ill-health), without bonus, to
parly biiyini: the furniture hi a fair
viilu'atiou. 'I here tire 2,1 looms on the
premises well furnished, yielding; a
iiundbOliie levcnue Apply t
HAWAIIAN 1JUSISESS AGENCY.
Al'AKTY huvinp; experience in a
very profitable business and small
capltifl, wishes to inret party with capi
tal and pencrul IniBinesH experience to
invest with ndtcrlitier, cither as flpecinl
or jieueral jmrtner. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
(lii'itKMH comer ir Tin:
fj Hitwaiiaa I-I:iihU In ihu matter
In ihu matter
Al.o.ic, of Kill
of the lliUkniptey of G
lua, Kmia, ll'ivMUI.
Creilitor of ihu said binkrupt art
hereby imtltUd to come la and prove
their ileitis before, sueh Justice ol th
Supreuiu (Join i us t-lmll he Hliunt, hi
Chamber l Allinhini Kale, Honolulu,
on MONDAY, the IHh day of I'obruarv,
IBS!), between the hours of 10 o'cluck in
tliu forenoon aud noun of the mid day,
and elect ono m inoro iiMlgncui. of the
said bankrupt's cauie.
I)y the Coui I.
HIlNJtY SMITH, L'lorU.
JIoiuilulu, Feb. I, ISSO. KM owl
'1"I. JMY Im-roiiHiVftl hi uwhlmicu
J J to thu DicUitoti I'ruudiiM." No. i'J
lrpiiuitu ktruwi.uppoilto flurilni) l.aiP',
iytl liU ufllcr to tliu column mlJoluliiK
Will "' ii' hi 'It" lower loilll. of tin'
MlMudnm h iu nil? , "Uiuii'l In nil Int
Ui la hH Hi hi 4iii li, fiHii(j u boiitw
iH MU 'III' I lilldlir Villi Ul4 iMllllHi
Oltlif VI Kliiiiil -I llt-
COJIMSU HOTEL &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
astern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
t Gills at tie Lowest BeQrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Warranted Ka(. g(f
fJBT IMMCKS l.OWKK THAN KLSEWUKKK
Bgys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment I
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
AT A CHEAT
Vatch Cor the elaborate announcement ol' New
Kill rKT VntKIlT. IIONOI.II.r.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
I'Miot.ogfi'iipliic JMut M-ialH,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Ayents for I. Lorill.iid it t'o.'s Tobaccos, A. W. S. Kimball Jt Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Wider Works T.i Hotel 8trcot.
NOT I UK.
IIKG IciiMi to liilorm my
putb nis, ib.it I iiiUind lent lug the
klliudolii I'll the Dili
February, to bo
alment unlit Oeubr, uml that I will
elo.u my ollleu mi ihe Hih of I'ebnmry
,M. j:. UIUJSSMAN, DintiM,
llllm No. US lintel St.
fp)l iiiuimg(iiniiii of Hih Optim "1'm
1. llenu'," to hu puifuriiicd ut thu
(pM lloimti on Tliiiuday ilUi lii.t,
mu) mi Uuiunluy, Din Und prm , dMiiti
iu WkkM hiiMWii that, h lilt tin-' vlvwo
aitwrttiun fillulti in it MfMli r ijuiiiwi,
H litilil Hill Itti IUni ulU'll UwkoUfuf
vii iwriiiiiumiif ur ny iuw iwitiM,
muHii no i in will viMfi ln Nkmi (
Ihu iuit i'ilU piioi imi ito Hip mi
UumtiW fui it Mtlf '' "' l1
Ladies Black Hose !
0 Superior Quality.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streete.
TER & CO,
X. DKAI.K11K IN-
OWING to the intctuli'd dupsrturr
front the Kingdom of H. V. Wlcli.
inun, n rcupcclfiilly nk that all
atuuunlti duo our linn bo eltle-d on
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