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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 5, 1896.
T1IK I.INFIl ADHI'IIAMA AimiVEO
FIIUH TIIK COAST TODAY.
Nlcnmor Klnnii ItrliiKW I.rKt ruaaoii'
ear LI lit Tim Ilnntinlie Nioken-
Other Item of Intercut.
Tiic tctiooner Transit Is Ulscliargluf,- her
Inward cargo nt Brcwcr'a whorl.
Tlio Meaiiinlilp Australia will depart (or
Bun FranclsLO luxt Wtdnesilii) "t 4 p in.
Tim nehnnner Ka. Mol hroiinlit In a cariro
of circle I). sugar for tlio liark d C Allen this
The chooncr Allen A. arrived at Hllo last
week from the Coast with a cargo of red
Tin Ailinnnpr T.avlnla came 111 from the
wreck ycMernay afternoon with n loud of
coai aim oiuer im aire
Tomorrow, lihti tldelarec "MJp m; hlch
tide imrnll 2.V a in, low tide laru U.JO a ra;
low tldo small 9 4(1 pm.
1 ho bark Santiago for Hllo and tho urljr W
(ilrwiulor iloiiolulii butli tallul from tin.
Uoldcn Gate Auiiu-t is
Tho steamer .Mokolll camo In last night
about ten o'clock with paseiigcrR mid freight
riiuii .Maui, Mulokiil niul i..unu,
The 8 C Alien lo-itli d sugar at Klnan wli irf
today Tin N t ''! ret H ml an Inslnl- I
ment from Hie Minnar Hawaii J
On Junol!4,lnI.at. 51 S5S. and Lone;. 80
80 W. the big ship ltoanoke. from Honolulu
for New York with sugar was spuKcn.
The bark Annie .Tohnon, 22 days from Hl
lo. arrived at Mill Francisco on Aug. 'JO. '1 ho
Mcmmlilp Alameda, 0 d.iys and II hours
mm Honolulu, arrhed on the'J7th.
Wlldcr's steamMilp Kinau arrhed jester
day afternoon from Hawaii and Maul with
about tho largest passenger list she has ever
carried. cJIik also brought the usual cargo of
sugar and other Island produce.
The 8 F Cill of AujintS'J sajs. Tho Unit
ed titates gunhoat Hennlngton started for
l'ort I.os At gilt jtstcrdjj at II a.m. At
that place slio will join the Philadelphia, Mo
naduoeu and Monterey, In order to take part
In tho annual target practice. After the exer
cises tho tcbscIb will return to sau Francisco,
Tho popular liner Australia of the Oceania
lino arrived oil port at daj -break this morn
ln:r 1 he Australia lelt 8nn Francisco Aug.
V!) at 10 a m , with lid cabin and 'M steerage
(ahsengcrs, and 13 bugs of mall. Light to
moderate w luils with lino weather were ox
pcrlcnctd throughout the vojngc. Most of
the passengers were Honolulu people return
ing from businets or pleasure abroad.
FnuiAr, 8ept 4.
Stmr Mokolll, Hllo, from Molokal, Maul
Satituiiw, Sept. 5.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu
Stmr Kauai, llruliii, from Kauai.
8chr Ka Mol, from I'aaullo.
OSS Aiuhatl.i, Huudlette, from Sail Frai
SiTVitlKY, Sept. 5.
Am bk Harvester, licck.for l'ort Townscnd.
Btmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for Mukawcll,
Stmr Kilaiieii "mi, Everett, for Olowa
lu, Kukalau, t oknli and Laupahoehoc.
From Hawaii and Maul, per tmr Klnau,
gent 4 Volcano: Ur Cnclirnno and wife,
Miss 7. AtUiu'on. Miss J Perry. Hcv D P IMr
nlc, wife and ihlld, Captuln A Albertls. Way
porta: C L Wight. Hev 8 S Palmer, Miss M
Cosmejn, Father Leonore and boy, (ico ltoss
wife and clilld Mrs Creightoii an 1 daughter.
Miss Alice I.lhhtiiun, W (lama, V Dunn,
Mls I. Dunn, Miss V F.aton, E II Wakefield,
W lleilonllz, Mit A Akanui, Mis Kualiko,
Mlm Nalllma, V M Fulelitr, Win Kawlins. J
N Janes, J L P Hblnsnn, Mrs Mnknnoo, Mies
JI Kaaepa, Mrs W A llardj. Miss M Sunter,
Mint N Knliiii, K v 8 I. Dudia and I chllurcn,
MUsKClarki, Mark lloblnson Allen Itoliln
son, J II HnWter, .1 W Smith, Masters Wnnd
J Vanstta, Miss M E Snllleii. LC Lj mail. C
Ljinm, I II Kot Win (Ir.en Master G
Kobertson. L Gay, P. GM.iril Miss 0 Low,
Miss It K lllfhniilsou, Sam'l Parker Jr. Earn
est Parker. Out J Hoss, J Itlchardson, A
Kaaua, d Dowtett, Ella Long, A Lung, Mas
ter 8 Smithies, Miss E William. Miss L Wil
liams. Miss Lily Willlams.MlssMay Williams,
Mls 7. Hart, MUsJ Uainaid, Mist Miillluger,
J K Notlev, Mis- K Not try. W K Vi.tley, E
O WaterhmiM, Miss Allie (iuv. .Miss Helen
(Jay, Ailhurd'iiy. 8 W Kaal, V lileliardson.
Miss J Hiights, Miss M Hughes, A Wltolsler,
Miss A Donnelly, Master W Perry, J Hind,
Mrs E M Blcknofl, Robert Hlchiiell. Miss It
Willlama, Miss l Williams, Mrs J Williams,
Mra Geo V Holmes, Miss M Dolron, Miss E
Damon, Fred Damon, Kobt Kond, Miss E
Uond, AC Dowsett, wife, child and servant.
Miss O Ororlo, Miss L Ozorlo, Master N
Ozorlo, W Slmirson and 131 deck passengers
From Lahulua, Molokal and-Lmal. per
etmr Mokolll, Copt 4 Ju Ige Haiku, Miss J
Haiku, Master McCorrlston, Miss Mary
oARaor.8 rnoM island pohth.
Ex stmr Klnau 41 U lugs sugir, 12 bags
corn, IUS bags spuds, 18S pKgs sundries, 77
bdls hides, PHI sheep, '-'ll bis wool, 'JO hogs
aud 3 lior-iBl.
Ek stmr Hawaii ,W30 hags sugir. 50 head
Ex, schr Kn Mol XOjJ bags sugar
Ex stiiirMokolll.V)bi,'s taroi.) calves and
Y.MiCA, Evening School
Sept. 2l8t, and will continue
for Two lorms of
13 Wooks Each.
Classes will bo oiganlzcd In llook-kccplng
KU menhir) imd Advniueil Slimtlitiiitl, "Ijtim-
writlng, Vocal und Instrumental Music, the
Hawaiian l.uiguae, Heading, Writing, ete.
All Classes are lieu to member?; toothers
fee nt ti will ho clmrged.
5T Vr further inlurinatlon, nail our
pimnhW nr rinsr ! P". 817-1 m
A Pooket Boots wintnlu'ua SW.OO.
Fhder will pleas s return to A. 81UBU11Y,
at tbo Bcmkhn OHloo, nt.d receio rrward,
I, AT I it I' lOItl.ION NI'.V.N.
Continued from 1st Page.
Tlio Cznr is anxious to visit
Tho London Daily Nowb doa
criboa tho Vonozueln brief na an
Tho Czarinn boiug oucointo
will, on tho advico of Dr. Hirsch,
return nt onco to St. Petersburg,
wliilo tho Cunr will pursue lue
Tho Westminster Gazetto Bays
tho Bank of England is beginning
to feel the gold withdrawals, and
has reduced tho price of oaglos
antl raiRed tho prico of bar gold,
with tho objoct of inducing Bhip
peis to take tho eagles.
or II Kit LANDS.
Brazil has gotltaly's ultimatum
aud will mako amends. Particu
lars will appear Inter.
Theio is a Cabinet crisis in
Japan. Premier lto, also tho
Minister of tho lntorior and the
Secretary of tho Cabinet havo re
signed. A n American raihvavcomauviB
being oppressed by freight ex
actions on material at Cartagona,
Colombia. Mr. Ford, who is a
British subject and represents
moro than $3,000,000 of American
money in Colombia, has called on
tho English and American Con
suls for protection.
Tho British floot has captured
Zanzibar aftor a vigorous bom
bardment, in which tho palaco
and much other property was
wrecked. Quiet again reigns and
British power is t-unrome. Said
KLmlid tho usurper had refused to
surrender tho palaco. Jlonco tho
action of tho British, who after
ward installed tho rightful Sultan,
MANITOBA CVTIIOLIC UNSATISFIED.
A Winnipeg dispatch of August
Premier Laurier's efforts to
settlo tho Manitoba parochial
school question seem to bo futilo.
The compromise accepted by tho
Green way Government does not
suit tho .Roman Catholics.
Tho official organ of Archbishop
Langpvin, who is now in Eomo
consulting with tho Pope on tho
question, has this to say in a
leading editorial :
"Nothing but our separate
parochial schools will satisfy us.
A settlement which restores to us
only tho ghost of tho shadow of
our rights wo will never accept.
Tho bare permission for tho
clergy to visit schools and teach
tho catechism will not do. To
put a plaster over a festering sore
only makes it break out with
renewed virulouco elsowhero."
TIIK IIAN M'AK,
The rebels havo suffered defeat
in recent battles.
Lioutenant Alvarez of General
Macoo's force has arrived at Bos
ton. Ho bolioves tho struggle for
Cuban freedom will bo ended bo
fore cold weather sets in. It is
true Macoo has only 8000 or 9000
men with which to opposo tho
40,000 troops of General AVoyler,
but tho Lieutenant declares that
these 40,000 are almost all boys.
There are very fow men among
tho Spanish forces, tho adults
having fallen victims to yellow
fever and other diseases iu over
Alvarez sayB tho insurgents
havo fifty men, all from tho State
of New York and all sharp
shooters, who aro expected to de
vote themselves to (securing an
opportunity to get a shot at Gen
oral Woylor. 'NVeyler knows this,
Alvarez says, and by way ol re
venge ho orders his BoldiorB to
assault all tho women and little
girls. Alvarez charges that a
month as;o ho discovered a Cuban
newspaper iu tho pocket of an
American named Charles Church
ill of Pennsylvania. By Woyler's
command Churchill was wrapped
in tlio American ilng and burned
to dentu. I'our Amoncan
captains wore wituosses of this.
AS Alt.lIUNI AXt'ltlUK.
Tito Worm rurns uml I'roiiti'H CiU'iiugo
A dispatoh to tho Daily News
from Constantinople says that on
Thursday, August 27, it was es
timated that from 3000 to 4000
persons had been killed in Jho
riots in tho different portions of
Tho wholo thing could have
boon stopped in an hour if tho
G )vornmeut had desired, but tho
members of tho mob protend to
havo received permission to loot,
burn and destroy the Armenian
quartors for i certain poriod of
A dispatch to tho Chroniolo
from Home Bays that privato lot
tors just receiTod from Conotnn
tinoplo state that tho Turkish
Govommout is on thoovo of being
overturned, and that a provisional
government will bo appointod.
It appears from lengthy dis
patches that tho Armenians wore
organized for u revolution. Thoir
plan was to soizo tho Ottoman
bank and hold it for two days,
during which time they wanted
tho powers to activoly intorvono
in tho settlement of the Armenian
question, and adding that if tho
authorities tried to recapture tho
bank thoy would blow it up with
all its securities. While thoy wero
attacking tho bank tho Turks
turnod looso on Armenians whoro
ovor thoy found thorn, fllaughlor
About noon 1C0 Armenians col
lected in front of tho bank, as if
for business purposes. A num
ber ontered tho bank, carrying
what nppoared to bo bags of
money, but which wero iu reality
bombs. Thoy began firing and
throwing tho bombB. Outside tho
armed crowd, pressing forward,
attacked tho military guard and
killed two soldiers and wounded
ono officer of the bank. Tho por
ters, replying, killed two Arrao
niauB. Tho scene in tho bank was in
describable. Sir Edgar Vincent,
governor of tho batik, and the
officials escaped through tho roof,
159 remaining as hostages of the
Armenians. When tho soldiers
aud polico surrounded tho banktho
street around that institution was
piled with dead and wounded.
Tho Armenian seized tho wholo
building in thrco minutes. Then
they declared they would do no
harm to tho employes nor take
money, but thoy said uuless tiio
Sultan granted their petition with
in thirty - six hours they would
blow up all with dynamite.
Firing and bomb-throwing was
continuous until 11 o'clock nt
night, when Maximoff, a ltussian
dragoman, with Director Auboy
ueau, arrived from the palace with
officers, offering tho insurgents
their lives nnd Bafo transport.
Maximou bittorly upbraided tlio
insurgents, telling them they had
lost all sympathy. Tho consulta
tion lasted till aftor midnight,
whon tho insurgents surroutlored.
Thoy woro taken aboard Sir Ed
ward Vincent's yacht.
TIIK SHU' ItOANUKE.
1'enrH lor Her Sulci y Seoul lo lie
A Now York dispatch o Aug
ust 27 reports anxiety for tho ship
lioanoko, thou 122 days out from
Honolulu with 5300 tons of sugar,
tho biggest cargo of sugar ever
iloatod. Sho was sighted by tho
ship William H. Maoy from Ohinti
on June 24 in latitudo 54 dec. 25
miu. south, longitude 80 deg. 20
niin. west. The locality givon is
in the neighborhood of Capo
Moro cheering news is contained
in a New York dispatch of Aug
ust 28, saying the ltoanoke would
probably mako port tho following
day. "Captain Owen of tho
steamship Pontiac, which arrived
from Gibraltar today, reports hav
ing sighted, August 27, a big four
mastetl ship heading to. the west
ward. Tho vessel was then ninety
miles east of Sandy Hook. Six
powerful ocoan-going tugs havo
put to sea from this port and from
Philadelphia in search of tho in
coming voyager. Tho ono that
finds tho Kouuoko, first and gets
the job of towi.ig her to port will
mako a good ilnj'a work of it, for
ho can ask smoothing liko $1)00
lor tho job bociiubo or nor siki.
Singors lead tho world. Ovor
18,000,000 mado and sold. High
est nwatds at tho World's Colum
biftu Exposition for excollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
euso of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. 13. Borgorseu, agent,
King and Bothol stroots.
Notice is hereby given that I. tho under
signed, has this day given a full power of
attorney to Mr. Au Con Ghee, of Kapnn,
Island of Kauai, who will act for me
duriug my absene'o from tlie-IslaudB.
Dated at Haimlei, Knnal, Ann 31t, 1896.
39!Mra TAM HEE SEE WO.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents
uu: Ai'sritii.i.v'H iaksi Mints.
Tlio OcpihiIc Iilurr Itrlnc n lllglilt
lu Her fntilii.
The following cabin passengers
arrivod on tho Australia this morn
ing: Brothor Albert, Sister Alborti
uo, Miss AiigUB, John Bcuhn and
wife, Miss Graco Carroll, Miss O
A Carter, Miss O J Carter, O M
Cooke, O J Cooke, Mrs J B Da
niels and 4 childron, S II Davis,
Brother Edward, Miss Ellen El
well, Mrs T It Foster, Mrs H
Gunn and child, W B Godfroy,
Jr, Miss lladley, A B Ingalls and
wife, Brother Jamos, Brother Jo
seph, Miss E P Judd.T E Cowart,
wife and child, Dr S Kobayaski,
Mrs J M Kitchen, J H Kirkpat
rick, wife and child, John Land
ors, Miss Lawrence, H E Lewis,
wifo, child and maid, W F McMil
lan, Miss Moore, Col Geo D
Morse, Mrs W O Parke, Miss J S
Parke, Miss Patch, Mrs O V ltuth
ven, 11 O Scott, Miss E M Smith,
W G Smith, Harold Spencer, Dr
St O Sfatlor, F M Swauzy, wife, 2
children and maid, D F Thrum,
Mrs T G Thrum, Miss Thrum,
Mrs Tomos, Chas Wall and wife,
Opium dnthercd In.
A report that some opium ac
crued to thoGovernmonton board
tho Bteamor Australia turned out
to bo true. But it was not a
seizure in the strict sense When
tho stoamor arrived, Purser Mo
Combo turned over twenty Bix
tins of opium to Poit Surveyor
Stratemoyer. Tho purser explain
ed that tho stuff was discovered
by tho inspectors on board tho
steamer at San Francisco, but as
it bore tho United States Govern
ment stamp, showing it had paid
tho duty there, tho opium could
not bo confiscated at that end of
tho lino. It was iustead placed
in ehargo of tho purser to sur
render to tho authorities at Hono
lulu. LaBt night Co. D had a satis
factory rehearsal of tho comedy
drama "Olo Olesou." Bob Scott
tho manager, who is now a Hono
lulu tavorne, nas iiiotuic roioaiut
ho is great on Swedish dialect.
The performance will bo ono of
tho best entortaiumonts over
given in Honolulu.
C. J. Sherwood tolephonos
from Long Branch that tho
heaviest surf in five years sudden
ly sprung up on tho Waikiki
beach this afternoon. It looks
liko a tidal disturbance.
Mark Robinson, W. Borlowitz,
Itev. S. L. Desha, Father Leonore
and O. L. Wight woro among tlio
returning passengers by tho Ki
Building and Loan Aociation
Tho Begulnr Monthly Meeting
will b'o held at tlio Chiimbor of
Commorcoou MONDAY EVEN
ING, Soptombor 7, 1890, at 7:30
ISCl'nymonts are required in
A. V. GEAR,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuunnu Ynlley, above tho Mausoleum.
All orders civen prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any port of tho city. Lels,
Mountain Oreons and Carnations a spe
Hawaiian niul Foreign illnU ami AnlinoU
mutinied In tliu luet manror, dftliiLT the- latest
inetlioild onh. Hotel St near Ur JleGiow.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen Bticot, Tlnnohilu, and 215 Front
' Klrot, Ban Francisco, Cal,
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commksion Merchants,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholebale Importois aud Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Quecin Streets.
A. V. GEAR.
No. 210 King St.
Stcomora o tho obovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. B. W., and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A.I3E 3DXTE3 iJT KE03STOIj"CrijTr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Suvn, for Victoria nnd
Vniieuiiwr, It, C,i
Stmr "WAimiMOO" September 24
Stmr "MIOWbKA" October 21
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" November 21
Stmr "MIOWnUA" Dccembor 21
Through Ti elects issued from Honolulu to Cunmln,
United States and Kuroiic.
rnEiani and rAssENaun aokntb:
D. MoNicoLii, Montrcnl, Cnnndu.
RonEivr Kehii, Winnipeff, Onnndn.
M. M. Steun, Snn Francisco, Ctil.
G. MoL. Bnow.N, Vnucouvor, IJ. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fino Al Stcol Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Syducy and
Auckland on or about
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will leao for tho above port with
Mnila nnd Passengers on or nbout Hint
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of the Oci'u)io StonmHliip Compnny will
bo duo at Honolulu from Snu Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
jgj-For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
from S. F.
for S. F.
...Sept. 0. 18C0
...Oct. 3, 1S00
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Bydnoy. San FrnnoiBco.
Arriie Honolulu. Leaie Honolulu.
Alnmoda, Sept24,'C6 I Mnripesa,Sci)tl7.9G
Marlpos, Oct 22, '96 Monowal.Oct 15'9fl
A LIFE SIZE
Qua Itosa FkolQu of the StUes
CIs tho LATEST OFFEK we have
to mako. -
Portrait' and Landscape'
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker aud Statistician
General Business Avgent.
Oceanic SteamshiB Co.
OceaniG Steamsbip Co
From Victoria nnd Vancontsr, It. V to
Sum nnd Sjclneyi
Stmr "MIOWEUA" Septombcr Iff
Stmr " WAltlUMOO" October 10
BtmrMlOWERA" Novenibor 10
Stmr "WABKIUOO" December 10
5f For Freight aud FnssnRo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents tor tlio Hawaiian TfllnndH.
Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG f
Steamers of tbo above Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir way to tho
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr llio do Janeiro Fcpt. 10, 1S!)
Stmr City of Pokiiigf.... Sent 28, 1897
Stmr Doric Oct. 7, 1890
For SAN FBANCISCO:
Btcnmors of tho above ComDnnies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr Doric Sept. IC, 1890
Htmr China Sept. 25, 1800
Stmr Peru Oct. 12, 1896
Rates of Passage are as totiows:
TO YOKO- TO HONO
Cabin S1G0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, &
mouths 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 816.25
European Steerage... 85.00 100.00
tSTTadscngnrs paying full fare will bo
allowed 10 neiccnt off return faro if ro- -
turning within twclvo mouths. ''
C3yFor Freight and Passngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
Agents. . '
Wildcrs Steamship Co's I
O. L. WIGHT, Trcs. B. 1). ROSE, Soc.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, l'ort Supt.
Will leave Honolnln at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahniua, Manlaca Hay nnd M .Lena tho
samo day; Mnluil;ouu, Kuwnihaa nud Lau
p.ihoehoe the following day, arriving at
Jlilo the samo evening.
LEAVKB HONOI.UIU. ACBIVKH HOMOLCLU.
Tuesday . . .Hopt. 15
Friday Supt. 25
Tuesday net. 0
Friday Oct. 16
lluturuiug, will lcao Ililo at 1 o'clock
p. Jl., touching at Loupuhoehoo, Mahu
kona aud Kawaihao ssilo duyj Mal.onn, s
Mauluea liny and Luhamu tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the uftornoond
of 'tuesrtny and Tridayu.
Will call ot Pohoikl, 1'nnn.
JCVNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of nuiliug.
AVill leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 P. M.
touching at Kalmlui, lltmn, Ilamoa and.
Kipahulu, Maui. Jteturuing arrives at
Honolulu Sunday moruiugx.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on secoud trip
of each mouth.
g)SF"o Fielght will be roeeivsd after
V. m. on luy ol Milling.
This Company will ret,ireA the right to
mako changes in tho time of departure and
anival of its steamoib without milieu uud
it will uot bo respoimiblo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
ConHignpes must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself nsponnili!o for fi eight alter
it has boon landod,
Live Stock only at owner's risk. '
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuublcs of paiscugcru
unless placed in the ciro of Pursers.
Passengers aro requested to pnrchaso
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE 1ES1DFN0E OF MRS. A. LONG,
one niilo from postofllco. Largo house with
furniture. Four bod rooms, parlor, large "
dining room, pantry, kltehon bath rooms, i
hot and cold wator, with patent closets,
servant housos, stables, liorce paddook,
garden and trees. A charming location,
Apply to J ALFIIED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next Potofflcei
l-flilynHt. . laft -r, ii ,1 'i.
judia .,,t .tlMduj-l-uA-i.,,i'.tiiirtt l,. ,,,', U...uLia'