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J "1 i iiiiftULULU. U mnBaBBaB6gggawi fiSWftgS-SBBEraB ''tf -WWRf !!wi?Hy,wiaaffyisi . "5 At? l FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 1889. ARRIVALS. Aug 1G Btmr .ins Makeo from Kauai tJchr Ilaloakala from Pepcckeo Stmr Mlkuhala Iiom Hawaii Stmr J A Cunimlna from Knolati DEPARTURES. Aug in Stmr Wnlmaua'o for Wntanac and Wsl- alua Stinr (J It TtWliop for Wutnuae, Walalua ami Koolau at 9 a in Selir Ktilauiauu for Hnlawa VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Bum Kllauca lion for Ilnmakiia at 4 . p i Brgtuu Coiisuclo for Hau Francisco at 10 a in SHIPPIHC NOTES. The steamers Likclike anil Mokolll will bo duo to-morrow morning. 'l'lio Gorman bark G N Wilcox docs not sail for San Francisco until Tues day, August 20th. The Kllauca Hon brought yesterday from IlamaUua .1800 bags of sugar anil iW head of cattle. Shu leaves at 4 p in Saturday for Paaiihau, Ookala and llo II oni u. Owing to the pressure on our ad vertising columns we have been compelled to issue a supplement with this day's issue. The business community are evidently aware of tho best medium through which to rcacli the people. Any of our sub scribers who do not receive the sup plement will please let us know, so that the omission may be reme died, as the reading matter in the extra sheet is both interesting and important. ItfOAL & GlH&flAl, MM A scire n lo corporation apj'tati In our Hy Authority column. Clintr. Justice .liulil will preside at the October term of llio Supremo Court. A. infoimal meeting of llio Ha waiian Camera Club will bo held this overling at its rooms. The police aio looking for n mu latto named Gabriel who took an ac tive pait in tho insurrection. I JluJftLdft iUUl i & IMMHTAHT OfiQlMII. JInesiii. Castle fc Cooke will dis patch a first class vessel in all No vember from New York to Honolulu. A MUHTIKO of Hawaiian Lodge- NY. 21, F. nnd A. M., will be held this evening for work in the second de grcc. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Servics at St.Andrew's Cathedral, at 7. Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at 7:30. Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I. O. of O. F., at 7:30. Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of II. at 7:30. Tim game of baseball to-morrow afternoon between llio lloiiolitlutuiud Kameliainebas commences at 11:30 o'clock. Jin. J. F. Morgan will continue the credit sale at the storo of II. Ilne.k fcld it Co., at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. Am important notice lo users of steam appears elsewhere, from the Kisdon Iruii Works, of which Mr. John Dyer is the agent, at Koom 3, Sprcckels' Block. When tlui cable is laid the schooner C. IT. Tupper will bo open to charter for any American or Brit ish Columbia ports, or will return di rect lo Victoria, 11. C. Particulars of E. O. Hall & Son. Mit. Charles Spencer, an opeiator for the Mutual Tolep.hone Company, and Mips Kiiiialoba Kaupena, were united in marriage at tho Roman Ca tholic Mission last evening. A re ception was held later at the bride's residence, Pauoa Valley. .- m A suiTAiiLB place for landing the cable on this island has becu found a little beyond Coco Head. The tug Elcu goes there this afternoon and if the weather is line to-morrow the ca ble will be laid from there to the lee end of Molokai, a distance of about twenty-feeven miles. 3oU 111 Uovctiiinnnt SiilU"-Ii' Ni'itfliiz Opinion li.V .f hiIkc llnli-. A limjorlly decision of llio Su premo Court by Chief Jinslleo Jtitld, concurred in by Justices McCull.y, l-roston and Hickrrton with a dis senting opinion by .ItMlca Dole, was (lied on tho 11 th iuat. In the two cases of John F. Howler vs. The Board of Immigration, and A. b Clegliorn, Colled or-CJonoiul of Cus toms, vs. W. S. Luce. In the lb st case the demurrer of defendant was sustained. The Atlonicy-Guncial who appeared ex officio for the de fendant, had presented a bill of cotd for taxation and S23i?.fJ0 at torney 'd commissions. Plaintiff ap pealed against, paying costs to the Government. In the second case the bot was put on the other leg, by the defendant's demurrer being sustained against the Government. Tho Attorney-General appeared for the Government, as in tho other case, and the defendant (Luce's) counsel filed a bill of costs and S27S1.31 attorney's commissions. Judge Dole allowed the costs in both cases and the -appeals against his decisions upon them wcic heard together by the full Court. The majority decide that in cases where; tl e Government is a party costs and attorney's commissions cannot be .taxed for or against the Government. The dissenting Justice holds that principle or precedents are not the question, but what is the law. Ilo claims that the law provides taxation of costs without distinction upon the losing party, without any excep tion being made oC Government eases Therefore he adheres to bis original decision. A. S. Ilartwcll for Howler and Luce; Attorney General. C. W. Ashford for Hoard of Immigration and Collector-General. AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW. BT J. F. MORGAN. Continuance of credit trade sale at store of II. Hackf eld & Co. at 10 a. ru. At 10 o'clock a. m. at salesrooms, the valuable property belonging to the estate of Nancy Wirt, situated on Beretania and Young streets, to gether with the buildings and im provements thereon. At noon, the dwelling-house, carriage-house and stables at Kamoiliili, belonging to the estate of J. K. Spalding, deceased. V BUSINESS ITEMS, rpRY McUttlyr'i ChUr. jJOTT'S J J-JA i. ...tew.- ... - ... I. ivWMtl!' 4feM?A.'M Btatf Cltlir lit JlcCnriliy'i. .IIS tf POTATOES ! IJiXPECTET) lo arrive from Pan Fran. J clco ISO Sickn Potatoes per "C. O, Whltmorc." J. E. BROWN ft CO . 325 fit U8 Merchant sired. OFFICE TO LET mji A VISU Lovcjoy ,fc Co.'s store. sTiiv.vSa v Apply on preniifoR wo. &j 15 Nuuanu Hi- ot. UvW lw ELECTION of OFFICERS. AT the annual meeting of the Olo. wnlu CVmpany held August mill, the following gentlemen were duly elected to setvo Js olllccis for the ensu ing year: President Wm. G. Irwin, Vice President. . . Win. H. Cornvcll, Sccielary fe Auditor.. .C. 0. Ucrgcr, Treasurer Wm. M.OItl'ard. C. O. BEUGEH, 32" (It Becrctaty Olowalu Co. Hiaiiick Preparatory SsOIIOOJC. i y wqair ymmm$ L AWm JUL loW. i. i y nit A sar i. le tQUff&D e Life Assuratioe m ? l m OF THE UNiTED STATES. Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. rpiIE next term of the Kainchaincha JL Vrcpaiutory School will open MONDAY, September 2nd. Applica tions tor admission Hhoiitd be made al onco to the Prlnelpnl. 82fi id Miss C. A. KKAMER. Kamehameha School It is learned that the Hawaiian Beil Telephone Company has con tracted with Messrs. Bartholomew & Raker of the Pacific Cable Company to build their land lines on this i bl and. The bead ollice of the Cable Company will be in the building oc cupied by the Bell Company adjoin ing the Post Oilicc. cases of IIY I.. J. IXVET. At 10 o'clock a. m.,-fifty medium bread. At noon, 2G cases of Bass' ale in quarts and pints. Deputy Attorney-General Peter son, Dcputy-Marfahal Creighton and lawyer G. K. Wilder leave to-day for Foul's Island to camp out for a week. The two former have done a lot of real bard work since July 30th, and are entitled to a vacation. Mr. Wild er's duties as official baseball scorer have earned him a rc.t. -OF- At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, Mr. J. i Morgan holds an important, sale of real estate being property on Boretania and Young btrccts belong ing to tho estate of Nancy Wirt. There are two lots both with cottages and shaded with fruit and ornament al trees. Tho tram cars pass close by. This is a rare chance for investment. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. When the Court opened this morn ing, Kahalewai, the late Captain of the Household Guards, charged with treason, was brought up. The pro secution asked that the case be con tinued to the 17th. Paul Neumann appears for him. A ollc pros, was entered against Ah Sun and Ah Hop, who were ar rested at Ewa on a charge of having opium unlawfully in possession. Two Chinese, Ah Toi and All Lee, were charged with having opium un lawfully in possession and remanded to the 21st. William Perry, l'upuli, Naihe, Palau, S. Kila, lloomanawanui and Nahinalau were charged with riot and unlawful assembly. They all waived examination and were com mitted for trial to the next term of the Supreme Court. S. Kane ap pears for Nahinalau and Kila, W. C, Achi for lloomanawanui, and J. L. Kaulukou for the other four defend ants. Jack Kuamoo and Kauhikoa; both charged with treason, were remand ed to the 17th. W. C. Achi appears for Kuamoo, and J. W. Kalua for Kauhikoa. Joseph Kawa was lined SO for furious and heedless driving, which charge he tried to lay on someone else. To-morrow, Saturday, Aug, 17, AT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31 . At the Store of H. IIACKfc'KLI) & CO. I will sell at Pablic Auction CI Hnrrlvriu'c. Groceries, senna Furniture And at 12 o'cloelc noon, a li.rge assorlir.cn t of Ales, Wines, The next term oT Kaiiic'jtamolia School will open MONDAY, Sept. 2d. Three gentlemen, having opecial ijua. lificalionsas teachers of manual training, have been engaged for the coining yeat. Two of these arc highly iccnniniended by Dr. Woodward of Uie Celebrated Manual Training School of Washington Uuivcisity, being graduates of that in-t-tituliot). The oilier as Principal of lloboken Academy his hail valuable experience as an ine.lmctor in several urniichcs ot manual traunsg. Applications for admission should bo sent immediately lo the Principal, as rooms will be assigned in order of application. Bi(r Por further information apply to Wm. B. OLESOX, ai4 tf Principal. REPLY OF THE EQUITABLE LIFE i' 'j ii i: Advertisement of the Mutual Life in Daily Bulletin Aug. 12, 1839, It was not the intention of this Agency to intrude upon the public again, but tln rttuaikuble piuhu-iirm of Mutual Life's traveling Agent neenssitates'a llnal reply. The invitation to enter Into a illcussinti upon lb merit or demerits of tliese respective Companies, a discussion so extensive in It range as to Include e?en a crltjcism of tho diameter and ability ol the managers, this Agency respectfully nnd tlrmly declines. Personalities and" recriiulnatioiii arc not arguments and will not be indulged in'from this Ofllce. With such signal advantage in favor of his Company, one wonders why this gentleman should pause lo seek a quarrel here. Why not fljr to the business centers of either Chicago or New York and make his sweeping challenge there. In the State of &ew York, the homo of both of these Companies, the record was as follows: New Busiuiss in 1888, Kquilable 82S,802,C12 00 New Business in 1S88, Mutual li.',G57,2JC 00 ew xork lusurauce Ueport loaa. Perhaps if the Mulual'-t claims to public patronage could be as clearly shown there in the inc eha-ste and elegant style which has been adopted here, the verdict of New York might go with that Company next year. Without dwelling upon the Mutual's record in the past which has been in the main a good oue, its present standing, and its prospects for the future are the points that a prudent business man would inquire into. Compaiisons of the present standing of these companies have already been made by me, not with figures of my own, but from statistics furnished by Insurance Reports, Companies' Statements and other data sent to mu from the Home Olllces of the Kquitablo. These figures I contend are entitled to us much credence as ny figures furnished in like manner by the Mutual Lif to its representatives lieie. To show clearly, the natural trend of these Companies towards the future I beg to submit the following comparisons covering a period of the past five years. Dividends to Policy Holders in .18S-1 " ,i .. ti ii i88i1 Mutual. .S3, 141,104 3 00 00 00 00 00 " " " " " 1880 2,C09,24a " " " " " 1887 2, 051, 1S5 " " " " " 1888 2,151,840 Or a decrease in dividends in the year 1888 as f compared with 1884 of S98y, 324 00. Increase in Asets in 1885 . 5,032, 78ft 00 " " " " 1880 ,'.,'272,!ll5 00 " " " "1887 4,024,889 00 41 " " " 1S88 7,275,:102 00 Equitable. i 1,850,145 oo 1,740,170 00 1,850.259 00 2,319,78:1 00 2,37fi,;i!3 00 Or an increase in dividends in the. year 1S.S8 as computed with 1S84 of f26,518 00. 8,391,401 00 8,057,085 00 8,808,432 00 10,004,017 00 .1- mm GoIBogo m HOXOl.UI.U, II. I. upon: A.I. 327 3t JAS. 3?. MGllGAN, Auctioneer. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF Two policemen came across a trunk iu a Chinese store on Nuuanu street last evening, which on being opened was found to contain lliirly four tins of opium. Two Cbincho along with the trunk and opium were taken to the Station House. They say they know nothing about it. Their case will bo beard next Wed nesday. Hawaiian Lodge, Mo. 21, F. & A. H. rp II HUE X waiia SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS. UKFORK I'ltKSTON, J. TlIUItSDAT, Aug. 15tll. In re estate of Henry Cooper. Petition of Cecil Brown, adminis trator, for allowance of accounts, discharge and final order of distribu tion, Ordered that the accounts be approved and administrator dis charged upon filing final receipts, Cecil Brown in person. Accounts show receipts of S2.080.48, and balance for distribution of $1000,23, In ro bankruptcy Kuin Sun, of Lahaina, Maui. L'rof of claims, etc. Four claims aggregating $1,572.28 aro proved and Ilong Yen Chong is elected assignee. will bo a racetine: of Ha. tail Lodge No. 21, V. & A. M at its Hull, corner or tori and IJaren n 9, THIS (Fridav) EVENING, Augiibt liltll, 1K89, at 7:30 o'clock, for Work in the 2nd Degree Members of Lodge lo I'rogica and all sojourning brethren are fraternally In. vited to he pres.ent. Ily order of the W. M.. T. O, POUTER, 327 It Secretary. Estate ! w a& AN Al Vessel will ho despatched for Honolulu to leave New York In all November For further inlormaiion apply to the Agents, JIkssiis. W. II. CROSSMAN & 1JKO , J7 & 70 Ilroad St., Now York City. Or CASTLE & COOftK, 327 lm Honolulu, H. I. FOK SALE or X.EASE OTICE is hereby given tlint. nur- biiant lo an order of sale made thisdiy liy Hon. E. 1'ieston, .liniice of ihc Bupiemo Conn, in llie inuttrr ot the Estate of Nancy V. irl, deceased, ti'Mate, I will offer fir sale al Public Auction, at the Salesroom of JAS. F. MOKGAX, On SATURDAY, Aug. 17th AT l O'CLOCK A. 3I THAT Valuable Property, liclonging to the Estate of Nmicy Will, situate oh Hcretunia and Young street, Honolulu, beiiif; Lot numbered 107 and M on Ihc Government .Map of Kolao. kahuu Plainc, ami heing a portion of llio laud described in Hoyal Patent t-iraul) nuiiibeicd 20'J, tnelhur with all the Buildings and Improvements Thereon. The Liml has a frontage of a I it lie ovr 100 feel en Iicreiani.i faliecl and thu Baino on Young Mroct, and a depth of !i!ii.'. feci. Lot 107, fronting on Here. tauia street, Iris a VALVAUIJ'i CWrVAGK, Now occupied by Mr. Dan Lyons. Lot 81, fronting Young fetrcui, hut Two Cottages and a Stable ! IJoth Lois arc shaded with Pine Fruit Trees and OrnauienULl'lttiits. Street Cars on Herulania rlrect puss within a few feet of tho preinUci. A rare opportunity is utVorded to buy a most desirable propel ly. Y. O. SSI ITU, Executor Will of Nancv Wirt, deo'd. Hoik lulu, .1 uly 10, IHM. 321 4t Administrator's Sale of BUILDINGS ! These Schools open for the Hew Year September i, 188!. The faculty of Oaliu College will lie the same as last year. The Friend pays: ''Wo think that thcic has never been ay abler faculty at O.iliu College, or one better adapted to Impart a high classical and bcientilic education.' The Hoarding Department can ac commodate but few more than weic in attendance last year, and all who do.she to cuter .should niako an early applica tion. Tho Preparatory School continues under the Prlnclpnlshipof MWsMalonc; Miss Carrie A. Oilman takes Miss Chamberlain's position, the latter hav ing lenlgned to remove to the United States. Tho Trustees are happy to announce that, through the generous interest of a fiiend, they are erecting a tine new building and remodeling the present one, so that this school will occupy new and commodious quarters in Septem ber. When thus equipped we believe llio Preparatory School will offer oppor tunities second to none iu the Kingdom. tOy-Address all letters of inquiry or application to KHV. W. C. MEUP.ITT, 317 lm President. Total increase of Assets in 1 years -. S22, 205,1)75 00 Surplus gain or loss in 188-1 159,787 00 " " 1885 1,128.130 00 " '" " 1880 339,88100 1887 902,333 00 " " ' 1888 1,7-15,675 00 Ihc minus sign ( ) indicates decrease. $30,880,005 1,3G7,(U8 3,378.023 2,4'JS,6.'i-l 1,730,057 2,702,103 00 00 00 00 00 00 Spectator Company's Pocka InJefor 1SS!). Whenever a Company allows its surplus to become so depleted that a dead loss for the year is shown in stead of a jnin it points to reckless financial management and ultimate ruin. It should be remembered that the Mutual is doiug almost entirely a Tontine business now under the nam Qf "Distribution" Policies, and although it adopted this method of Insurance as fnr back as 1S8-I not one dollar of surplus has as yet been apportioned thereon. With its scant general surplus the prospects of good future dividends is certainly not encouraging. Comparisons of Increase in Premium Income, Increase in Total Income, New Husiness, etc., etc., might be made in like manner as the above, and with like results, but the above seetu stilticieut to forecast the future. That the Equitable in its 30th year should have met and pased a Company which had hitherto beeu all conquering, a Company which had had its own way for 10 years before the Equitable was born, is quite suttl cientto account for the jealousy displayed by the Mutual's representative. 1 simply refer to the Equitable Record as an authority and claim that it is entitled to as much considera tion as the Weekly Statement, a paper issued iu the interests of the Mutual Life and which has been in circula tion here for many years. With these remarks I close the controversy as far as I am concerned, and positively and flatly refuse to in dulge hereafter in a discussion which on the one side seems to have developed into bitter personalities instead of open manly argument. ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, 320 lm General Agent Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands. ration Carriage For Sale Cheap. &&!ta --i- V-fr ""W! 1IEIOIIK DOI.K, J. FltlUAV, Aug. lGlll. M. R. Colburn vs. It. Cayford. Defendant's motion to quash attach ment. Motion overruled. A. Itosa for plaintiff ; C, Creighton for defendant. HOUriE and Premises at Iwilel, Honolulu House contains three lurcre and two 3iunll looms and hall and a largo attic. Cottage with three rooms on tho pre. miBca; cook und bath-house. Htuble with three stalls ami carriage Iioiieo; aim do and fruit trees cm the prmuhee, Apply to J. M. MONSARHAT, tJarlwright's IllooU, Merchant.tSt. SIM tf FOK SALE CHEAP JV1 to hariKj!,!, Apply"o" 320 tf Y DAY Hiding Horse, Saddle, lb idle, Whip, etc., complete, Hntso a good lidur, a.ul broken A bargain, if sold at once. P. E. NICHOLS, Al the Uawailuu Hewn 0o. NKW Cntunder Car. riuKo just llniHlied and handsomely trimmed in firti class ftyle; must lie immediately sold lo cloc an as-ignnicnt. Anplv to HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNUY. Cottage To Let. NKW ono Ftorv Cottage street, coniuinliiu rooms on upper part of LIU ha nicely papered and painted, bath room, kite' on, nice lawn, shade tiecs, etc. Will be rented reasonable lo a good ten ant. HAWAIIAN IJUSINKSS AGENCY. STORE TO LET rpiIE Store lately occupied X by IS. O. Howe, Wuv's Block, King street, at reason. uliln rental. Possession el veil nt oncn. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY. Hy order of W. O. SMITH, Keq , Ad. miuibtrator of llio ICstute of .1, It. Spald ing, deceased, I will bell ot Public Auc. Hon at my Salesroom, Queen idrcet, On Saturday, Aug;. 17, AT J!J O'CLOCK A'OO.V, The Dwelling House, Carriage House & Stables Al KainoiliU'l, belonging to said Estate. The Dwelling Houso is now nnd in good repair, TI'lniH HII. Cfirlbillding to i.o removed within days fiom dais of rule. m: Sliultorino. ''"pU E best remedy for X wouiiiU, ulcers, galls, pi out) tlesh and hoios of every dcecilp- - tiou to pcixous or ani mals. Adopted by leading hoi-fa jail road, club and livery cublcs, etc.. In thu LTnIted States and elsewhere. We are prepared to prove this statement by testimonials and references to planters and liverymen iu this Kingdom. Apply to HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNCY. iHland Views. 321 U JAS. P. MORGAN, Auctioneer. A LAHGK assortment of Photographs Xjl. and ijioieosooplo Views of the most attractive scenery, buildings, etc , in tiles Ida uds, for sale al reasnnahlu prices. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGI'.NOY, Corner l'oit and Merchant streets. JOOS tf whrstr "iSsSBteiKSfSS'1 ' , h ilH it 1 v.fjj S titfClUlJWtrti&JExVl " I iPilH to a a) s: ti) C3 c tmem V) u. O 'o m m a o Bj- a 2 ? ti 2 S . 2 O. " sw s " FOIt SALE ANEW Wilcox & White Prlor Oran wilh sight stop?. Suitable for school or church A tine instru ment. Apply at 57 Puucbbowl street, opposite N. P. Mission Inslitute. 278 If NOTICE. NOTICE Is heicby civen In all thoia who took a hind in putting donn llie da-tardly atttnipt of the MHhuIlo, und ambled in the iniiio'ennncc of law and order, whote names are upon the Maisliai'i list, thai the mim of Ten (10) Dollars Will lie pxhl to all .ucb as wilt cull on the uudendgned ou or b -fnre the 20 h iust., on behalf of (lie Merchanta of Honolulu, as a flight recognition of the i-ervicci rendered.' JOHN H. PATY, Acting SecretHrv. Honolulu, Aug, 10, ItlfcU. 3ii U TO LET. JI-S 1UHN1SI1KI Booms to Iti. soulliwchl currier of i Punhbinvi muiI Heri't.inU strc;ts, would bo veiy eonvciiienl for a small family. 2M Cm FOK SALE S -. O CO I TAG ES nd Premlies O on Kinina Mrcet. nt a ten. i somible fluure. Annlv in .. M. MOXSAKKAT, Cartwrighl'i. tilurk, MurcUaut dt. 204 tf &2a .M S There are no Seams in the Fire to Leak 5 . Stables & Past mra kg To Let. jfOLA T7XCELLENT Stiblw con! AJSjl Xil taloiug 111 StalU. Cottugo faMimm and 7 ncrt-s Pamurc Ind, on bomh street, nt'Hr King, furmoily occu. pied by Mr. While, proprietor of tlm Palama Bin. To lei on very moderate terina. Apply to J. K. BROWN & CO., '-2M tf M Merchant trMt. "Thoio aro NO LOOSE ItlVKT.S caus-ed by the continiial expaiihion and contractions of the. plain, tho bottom prcsonting a SMOOTH, UVKN bin face which can be easily cleaned. TII1C FOLLOWING SIZKS K'KPT CONSTANTLY IN STOCK: 00 inches diameter by 10 fact length 18 inches diameter hy 10 feet length 51 2 inclii'h diameter by inches diameter b"v 10 feet length 11 feet length TO LET ATE TO IET Eisdon Iron & Locomotive Works. HAN KHA.NC'ISCO, PAL, gjST For particulars, apply to 327 2m . JOHN DYER, "-""a-JiStt-il'i1."0'"-! Healdeuce of XJ wr. Relmonichnelder, Emma strict. LATE Hesidcnce of Mr. Frank Drown, Kaplolant Park. TES1DENCE of ' ' LV Mr. Jamti Lova, LKing street, ATB Heshlenco of Mr. M. Green, Sl Port atreel, STOHE, Etc , now occupied by Mr. Wolli, Urcoer, Kinu;strt-t. HSr Apply to A. J. OARTWltlGIIT, HOB tf Merchant atrcat. Mi 3 hi n i "&xit ' . - arrtvlt.aa U. ' . J AW6. - & , :a-l iihiij, jfiuNaiswlSL&ii ' ?.-' mMmkXM ;.-.. '' ''