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th-n i Hi- M.tjty :i.nl all his subject-, !
u-f wt-Il as tht...-e from other countries j
travelling by hii vessel. A plauce; . j
Il.jn. Wra. G. Irwin rpraarky-1 that j
Colonel' SiTO'.-keU was prevented be-in? ;
preent upon this interesting occa-ior. n ,
account of ilhiess. He wouM otherwise j
have taken part in the ceremony they
had j-i.-t witi.e-e:i. j
Captain Webber then Invite. His ;
Majesty and the di-tinm-hed party
present to g-j on deck anl witness the ;
ceremony of hoi-tin? the Hawaiian fla? j
at the main. The adjournment to the j
Saturday' fitting of the Legislative j s,)ar .Jeck followed, and wh.-n the i
Assembly tinally disied of the Interna! j Ilational en-iMi floated in the breeze, it
Tax bill, which was amended to .-on- ! was rectt-.l with three cheers by the '
form to the Act previou.-ly pa.-.-ed mak- ; Sp.., tat. r. t' lowed by three lu.-ty cle'.-rs i
in? personal property pay one jkt cent for jrjs Majty ,lt. Kin'?. The fla? is !
on the ca-h value to .sell. It wi.l be re- ,
menilxTed that this was fixed in the ,
original bill at three-.jnarters of one per !
cent, and njon the third reading it was j
amended as above stated. If this bill j
had passed without amendment a con-! tlie t.tr deck, Hi
iJn-t would have arisen between the two jjjs Kxccllencv
Acts, and the amount of taxation pay-; .Minister of Tore
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
of silk, eLdit feet by five feet,
beautiful specimen of work.
In addition to the through passengers :
by the Australia there were present dur- ;
in ' the nn ee lire's in the saloon and on !
ty the Kin?,
Kobt. .f. Creihtoii,
n Affairs: His Kx el-
able on the valuation would then have
been decided by the Supreme Court.
This difficulty cannot now arise. The
Opposition fought this point to the last,
and found supporters anion? the ranks
f the Government party. Considering
the strong personal appeals made to
members to vote against an increase of
taxation, those who stood firm are to be
commended for their independence and
?.f.!j M W. II. Cornwell i- in town. :
M.ut!i,i.-Ili"s i,k-r is abi-Iute! y pure.
hate t..r.-ir'U news will be found on the !
1 u rt Ji paj.e. j
The Au-truli.i brought a small mail for i
the Po-t Utiiee. ',
The Legislative Assembly meets at 10 j
o'e'eck thi-s morning, j
The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class zaeets !
at 7 o'clock this evening. '
The Kineu brought fifteen pas-enger-j i
from the Volcano on Sunday. j
The Australia brought J.30,000 in gold !
coin for Mesrs. Kshup J: Co.
A meeting of 'eorge V. DeLong Po-t,
(. A. II.. will be held to-morrow evening.
Ladies' white kid gloves, best quality, at
.Vj cents per p;dr, at X. ."-. -Sachs', 104 For:
The book of the season. The HoxoLriB
ALMANAC AM" lIRKI"TOH LOR 1 SSo. Price,
Coloi-el (ieorge Macfarlane was a pas-
sener by the steamer Australia from San j
Mr. and Mrs. II. Turton of Lahaina re
turned from -San Francisco by the Aus
tralia on Saturday.
Mr. Jacob Ka'a has been appointed
Police Jud-re for I.ihue, Kauai, in place of
Mr. S. 11. Uapuku.
Mr. C'has. Michiels, at the request of
The Attorney General introduced a
hill to exempt from taxation the per
tsona'. property of lepers, residing at the
Kalawao Leper Settlement. It was rea l
a first and .second time and parsed to
engrossment. This measure was neces
sary, inasmuch as the Tax Assessor had
assessed all the personal property at the
Settlement to the owners, and there was
no relief possible, as the law did not
make an exception in their favor. As
these unfortunate ieopli are supposed
to be civilly dead, their little property
should at least be exempt from taxation.
The Government lost no time, upon the
fact Ijeing reported, to take the necessary
steps to afford relief. This will be ap
preciated by the lepers themselves and
The Opium bill did not come up for
liscussion. This was a disappointment,
doubtless, to several ladies and gentle
men vrho were in attendance during
moet part oi the fitting. It will proba
bly corne up to-day. Touching the sub- J
?titute bill reported by the committee j
and which is now before the House, it is
proper to say that it differs widely on
some material points from. the original
bill referred to ir. So much i this the
case that we hesitate to pay whether, in
our judgment, it should be passed or
not. Headers of the Advertiser had an
opiortunity of perusing it in our issue of
Saturday, and forming their own judg
ment cpon its merits. It certainly
would not stop smuggling, and it is
doubtful whether it would add very
materially to the revenue. The effectual
regulation of the opium traffic by law,
and the suppression of opium smuggling,
are the two points to be aimed at, and
incidental thereto, the question of rev
enue comes in. We await the debate
upon the substitute bill to form a de
cided opinion on these jniints, however;
but as we now regard it we are inclined
to think that the bill as it stands would
be a comparative failure.
I'rpiPiitnlioii of 14 IIitM it iiau Flnjf Uy
IIit Jlajely Hie liin.
Yesterday about noon His Majesty the
King, accompanied by the Hon. John
A. Cummins, paid an informal visit to
the Oceanic Company's, steamship Aus
tralia. His Majesty was received on
lency Governor Curtis I. Iaukea, His; i;;1i Una-ter IJerger. will assist at the con
Majesty's Chamberlain; Hon. Colonel! e- .. to-night with his cornet.
Geo. W. Macfarlane, of His Majesty's ' jm r. (;t.()e C. Williams, Manager of
staff; Hon. Major Samuel Parker an i preckel.sviile, Plantation, was among the
Major W. H. Corn well, Equerries to i passengers by the Australia.
His Majesty; Hon. John A. Cummins, i Judging from the rehearsals now in prc
Hon. Win. G. Irwin, Hon. Paul Neu- ! press, the Mikado party on Thursday
mann, Quartermaster General S. Now- j evening will he a great success,
lein, Mr. Henry Turton, Mr. Lh C. Mac- ! The Opium hill w:is not considered in
farlane, etc. The occasion was an ex-j the House on .Saturday, the Tat bill occu
ceedingly agreeable one, and appeared to ! P.ving the whole of the session,
lie cordially appreciated by all the A us- ; The Supreme Court meets at 10 o'clock
tralian passengers. Quite a number of j this morning, when the foreign jurors will
i ladies resident in Honolulu were also on : w required to ne in attendance.
board. The Australia sailed a full shit) j The brig Hazard sailed from Hilo, Octo-
with cargo and a fair passenger list, and ! her 2d with a cargo of sugar from Laupa
bore with her the alohas of all.
hoejioe, and one passenger, K. II. Greely.
,Mr. Walter M. GilTard, who has been
rusticating on Hawaii for the last two or
three weeks, returned home by the Klnau.
Undressed kid gloves, ladies' underwear
pink, white, cream and blue cashmere just
received by last steamer, at C J. Fishet's.
There was quite a large audience present
at the Legislative Assembly on Saturday,
Nawii.iwili, Kauai, October 9th
Cane planting continues.
The roids are again dusty. j
Mr. Mmller, of Honolulu, has been en- j
joying Ahe sights and exhilarating at-j anxious to hear the debate on the Opium
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mosjmere oi tvauai ine ia;ti lo es.K. j
The latest attraction is the merry-go- j
round. The natives like the music.
The Catholic school at Koloa has re- j a careo of merchandise valued at $17,00,
cently taken from the Government j including 2r,0 hogs.
ochrxjl about twenty-five Portuguese. j The Kekaha Sugar Mill, Kauai, corn
Mr. Kala fiucceed Judje Kapuka yes- j meneed grinding sugar last week, and the
terdav. i steamer Iwalani brought here yesterday
the first sugar ot the crop.
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert
The schooner (Jeorge C. Perkins sailed
from San Francisco September 29th, with j
Many fine bullocks have gone entirely
b'lind within the last month from what
is supposed to be an insect getting into "jumongthe passengers by the Australia on
,fSaturdav. The former is not vet fullv re-
covered from Ids recent accident.
The Oceanic Company's barkentine W.
II. Dimond sailed from San Francisco
The vount: German sugar boiler of
Hanamauh: met with a very serious acci- j
.....aw . .M " uaS, i September 29th for this port, with an as
in hoisting timbers the jack supped. sone1 car0 of merchamlise vnlued at
letting the heavy pieces catch and most j j
severely crush the young man. rs E s Cunlja gave a largt, picnic on
C. W. Spitz has lost his fine carriage il Saturday at Waikiki.inhonorof the Misses
horse. Supposed to have strayed off. , Gilliland and Coolidge, who return to San
Ajax. j Francisco by the Mariposa. The affair was
Hilo, October 7th.
The beautiful yacht Brunhilde, Cap
tain J. J. Phelps, arrived at Hilo, Octo
ber 1st. She came into the bay with
every sail set, presenting a tine appear
ance. Captain Phelps and his friend
Mr. T. K. Milliard stayed at the resi
dence of the Governess of Hawaii, but
supplied their inner man at the house
of Mr. C. N.Arnold. On the :M inst.
Captain Phelps, Mr. Hilliard and C. N.
Arnold departed to viit the Volcano,
and returned on the oth. On the
The Popular Millinery House. 101 Fort
street, expects an entire new stock to ar
rive on the steamer Australia on Friday
next. Look out for the opening day. N.
S. Sachs, proprietor.
No book ever published contains so much
reliable and valuable information regard
ing the Hawaiian Islands in such small
compass as the lloxoi.i j.r Almanac and
Diiikctohy, iss;. Prbe. .'0 cenis.
The THitTy Malt Whisky Company sub- j
mit their Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky to the
analysis of any intelligent chemist, and
challenge the discoverv of fusel oil or other
inst. Cantain Phelos irave a recent ion on !
board the yacht. An elegant lunch was ! "oxious ingredients or adulterations.
provided in the cabin. Mr. C. N. Ar- ! West, Dow A Co. have received, ex S. S.
nold and wife, Mr. Chas. Finneux. Mr. I Australia, music instruction books, folios
Dodge, of Honolulu; Mr. Geo. Ik Beck- i "f nAc Kih' carriage, whisk brooms,
, . , ... ,.. . . diamond hat racks, wagons, small slates,
lev, purser ot the Kinau; Miss Llvma ; .. . , . , , . . i .
' ' ' I rustic frames. lunch baskets, etc., etc.
Richardson, Miss Maria Comvav and ; , . . , ,
, i On s-aturdav afternoon a spirited horse,
Mr. J. A. Martin were present. Others r-
board by Captain Webber, the poT.u!ar ! were invited, but had to iledine for fear Snuare. down Ahikea street, and finally
commander of the Australia, ami es- ( ol seasieKiies-s. l hose who did go were
corted tothe spacious saloon, where pre- j deli-hted with the line yacht, which de-
parations had been made for an inter-j parted for Callao on the 7th in-t. All
esting ceremony. This was the presenta- j wished th .Mii a delightful voyage.
t ion of a handsome Hawaiian ensign by j J. A.M.
His Majesty to Captain Webber, who! "
. .1 . 15ivnl ISnwiiiait Hotel.
was starting upon the pioneer voyage to .
Australia in command of an ocean-going The following are registered at the
j stopped in front of the Hawaiian Hotel
j Stables. The buggy was wrecked, but the
j horse wa- not injured.
! Mr. L. E. Meyers, the American chane
i pion pedestrian, will pass through here in
i December, en route for Svdnev, New
i South Wales, with the purpose of running
! a series of races against T. M. Malone, who
J r- r- (
steamship sailing under the Hawaiian Royal Hawaiian Hotel: Oscar lima, Ki-
Has. The presentation was made bv pahula, Maui ; H. II. Hoffman, Maui ; Mr. ! Mes.-rs. Wing On Wo t Co.. of Mauna
llu Mai -stv in a few appropriate re- i and Mrs. Z. C. Rcnnie. nurse and child, j K.ea lV "r" ",e IUWIC
marks. He then called upon the Hon. j Springfield. Mass. ; A. P. Raymond,
Paul Neumann to speak to the import
ance of this trade opening in its relation
to the commercial interests of the Ha-
Roion, Mass.; J. Marsden, Hawaii; W
A. Douglas, San Francisco ; Mr. and Mrs
H. Turton, Lahaina, Maui; J. F. Ik j
that they have just received a large quan
tity of XXX and other choice brands of
Manila cigars, of the best quality, for sale
j at moderate prices.
Mr. J. F. P.. MeCieerv. the rharnnion
waiian Kingdom. .Air. Neumann re-: McCieary, San I-raneieo; Dr. O. S. 1 f .vho ,.rr:Ved i". ,i, A.wtr..,;.,
sponded to the command ni His Majesty j Trimmer ;.n l wife, Salinas, California ; j ...ken of as a wonderful player. It is
in a neat and suggestive speech, in j Frank G.ir iner and wife. New Zealand ; ; probable that he will give exhibitions in
which due tribute was paid to the eider- j lames W. Stevens, San Francisco; T. J. j the Mu-ic Hall, full particulars of which
prise and public spirit oi the owners of Finch, New York; J. G. Barron and j will be given later.
the Australia, who are building up the j wife, Sydn y ; Ben. Savior, F. A. Bishop, i Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky Is not a medi-
mercantile marine of the Hawaiian,1 San Francisco; A. Haneberg, Kauai; ! cated liquor, but a pure, unadulterated
Islands, developing its commerce, and j Miss Bmwnlow, Loml.'ii ; Chas. y. ! whisky for medicinal use. free from fusel
bringing them into close and intimate! Clink. Greenock, Scotland ; W. II. Cum- , "U nd all noxious impurities, and is pre-
hnainrt f,ht;,Ws vchh thp ,ro,t n,l i va V..-1,,V. Tl P oi ,r, ..i , t i "hi-d by physicians. It is a medicine
growing states of British origin in the; Francisco: Y. R. Keyworth. Paauilo;
South Pacific. The Australian Colonies ! Major W. II. Corn well, Maui.
and New Zealand were very closely ;
allied to tlie mother country, Kng- ; Opltua eiznrf.
land, a power which had doue much j The Deputy SheritI of Kauai, with two
for the sick and feeble, and a beverage for j
the million, because it i absolutely pure. j
Three Chinamen were arrested last
night on a charge uf a-situlting a native
named Poliunu. A dispute had arisen
tbout a melon, which the latter had pur-
be,;n i-entence 1 to one
di.ent . in a.i iiti n to a
for Hawaii in times pn.it, and ti liicli was of his assi.-rant?, recently made raid upon ' chaed,and which was afterward found to
doubtless prepared to continue its kindly j a Chinese opium den, which ha.- hitherto j be rotten. He alleges that they belabored
offices of friendship, and, if nertd be of j been known a a rice plantation, and 22 ; him about the head with some heavy pieces
aid, in the future. It was a great event j tins of the drug were seized. They were
in the history of Hawaiian ee-mineree i the property of a well-known Chinaman,
when such a splendid steamship as the i who was r ipie.l to be above f-uch
Australia sailed under the Hawaiian fiaj:
to the British Colonies in the southern
hemisphere. She was the first of whst
would doubt les be a numerous ileet o
ws'r-Is canyir.g the Hawaiian tlag to
tli ; southern seas. Let them join in ,
wishing a j.ro-;percus voyage t Cap! lin
Webber, and complete sacce-" to the
Oceanic Steaiik'-hip Company, the owi.ci
of the vessel.
Captain Webbtr than::?a His Mjcs-y
for his gracious eond:-seenti.u in pre- '
II ' "h i
litie oi '" J.
On Thr.rd.iv, October 7th. whiie Mr.
Henry Tr.rto.j. IV-(-rty sb.eriiT of Maui,
was n-t urn
horst.d -a k
i)a I.abt'.ina to Wailuku,
; of wo. d.
Iiidace of a sermon last evening the ;
I Rev. t Jeorge Wallace, pa-tor of the ."second j
; Congregation of St Aielrew's Cathedral, j
read an account of the late Triennial Con- j
veut'on ef the Fjiiscopal Church held in
; Chicago. Tiii-J i-aptr was read before the i
St. Andrew's Church Association at it i
regular monthly meeting held last Thurs
1 da''. :n l is fu'l of intere.-t.
le met two Chinamen on
the top oi the Lahaina
i searching tht.'ir saddle-
baa foun I fifty tins of opium. He tck
them b-icl: o Waiiuku and locked them
1mt f I!ev. I.. l.oo-.
The Rev. Lorenzo Lyons died at Wai
mea, Hawaii, October 0th, in the SOth
year of hij age, utter o4 vears' service as
to continue the subsidy heretofore granted for mail
Communication between the Hawaiian Island- and the
United States of America.
Whereas, the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
with the approval of His Majesty the King, d;d, in the
Session of the Legislature of 1S84, grant to the Oceanic
Steamship Company for carrying the mails between the
Ports of Honolulu and San Francisco a subsidy of Fifteen
Hundred Dollars for each round trip made by the Steamers
of said Company, under which subsidy the said service
has been continued under the conditions heretofore .re
scribed by law, since the -lst day of March A. L. 1880,
Whereas, it is of public importance and necessity that said
Mail service should be continued without interruption,
Be it Enacted by the K'nuj and tlie Lcuhlntire Afiarmbly of the
Ifauaiian Islands in the Leriidatinr nf the Kingdom Annulled:
Section 1. A Subsidy of Fifteen Hundred Dollars for
each round trip shall be paid to the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany for carrying the mails between the Ports of Honolulu
and San Francisco respectively; said Subsidy to commence
from the 31st day of March, 1880, and to expire on the 31st
day of March 1888.
Section 2. Said subsidy nted upon condition :
1. That no increase shall be made in the rates char-red
for freight and passengers during the last two years past.
2. That the rate of freight on specie shall not exceed one
half of one per centum.
3. That said mail shall be carried on first class, steam
vessels, not less than eighteen hundred tons register.
4. That said subs dy shall not be paid for more than two
round trips each npnth.
5. Provided that the charge upon kuiana shall not
exceed fifty five cents a bunch.
Section 3. The Minister of Finance is hereby authorized,
upon satisfactory proof to him that said services have been
performed, and the conditions in this Act mentioned have
been fulfilled, to pay to such Steamship Company, the said
Subsidy, at the end of every mouth in like manner as other
appropriations ore paid.
Section 4. This Act shall go into etfect from the date of
Approved this seventh day of October A. D. 1880.
To amend Chapter XL of the Laws of 1SS0 being an Act
entitled "An Act for the Protection of Parties to Con
tracts AUTHORIZED P,Y SECTION 1417 OF THE ClVIL CODE."
Be it Unacted In the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Lcjidatv re of the King loin assembled:
Section 1. That Section one of Chapter XL of the laws
of 1880 is hereby amended so as to read as follows :
" Section 1. In order to carry out the provisions of this
Act the Minister of Interior is hereby authorized to appoint
an Agent or Agents in each elective district of this Kingdom
who shall have the power to take acknowledgments to the
contracts authorized by Section 1417 of the Civil Code, pro
vided, however, that such Agents shall be authorized to ap
point a deputy during their temporary absence from their
districts and the deputy so appointed shall be empowered to
perform all the duties of the said Agents as prescribed by
this Act. Such Agents so appointed shall have the authority
and they are hereby required to cancel contracts by writing
with ink their names across such stamps. Nothing herein
contained shall authorize. the appointment of any Judge or
his deputy or any employee on a sugar plantation or any
store keeper to such Agency. Any Agent to take acknowl
ments authorized by the provisions of this Act, who shall
certify to the acknowledgment of any contract not fully
stamped shall be liable to a fine Hot exceeding fifty dollars
upon conviction thereof before any Police or District Justice,
Section 2. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its approval and all laws and parts of laws in contra
vention herewith are hereby repealed.
Approved this seventh day of October A. D. 1880.
1 oev iu;.l nor been tr:eu wnen tne
seating him with so handsome a fiag. ' steamer left.
J missionary oi' the Amerie
I Fore! '.m Mi-Ions..
tn Hoard oi
To amend Chactkh LXXXY1 or the Pexai. Code.
Be it Enacted by the King and th- . g'ulati re Awriddy of the
Hauniian Inland in the Legi.dnf , re of the Kingdom as?e)ixbh'd :
Section 1. Section f of Chapter LXXXVI of the Penal
Code shall be amended so as to read as follows :
"Section f. The Inspectors f Flection, namely, the
Police or District Justice, tlie Tax Collector and the Tax
Assessor or Agents appointed by them, shall, at le..st fifteen
days before the day of holding any election for Representa
tives, excepting such ns may be ordered pursuant to the pro
visions of Sections 797 of the Civil Code, make out and cause
copies to be posted at the place where tlie election is to be
held, and at least two other public places in the district cor
rect alphabetical lists of all the persons in the di-trict who
may be qualified to vote, and whose names may appear upon
the list returned to the Inspectors of Flection by the Tax
Collector of the district, as in the last preceding section
Section 2. The words -Inspectors ot Election" shall
include all such agents appointed ns aforesaid and whenever
the words " Inspectors of Election " or 4' Inspect, r of Elec
tion " shall occur in any of the sections of the said Chapter
such sections shall be read and construed as if the words, or
such agents appointed as aforesaid were inserted after the
words " Inspectors of Election" or " Inspector of Election"
as the case mav be.
Section 3. This Act shall become law from and after the
date of its passage. All laws and parts of laws in contraven
tion herewith are hereby repealed.
Approved this seventh day of October A. D. 1880.
To Reoi j.ate the Hawaiian Roard of Health.
Be it enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled :
Section 1. His Majesty the King shall appoint five native
Hawaiians to be a Hawaiian Hoard of Health, and His
Majesty the King shall appoint one of them to be President
of said Board, and all of said Hoard shall be persons skilled
in the practice of native medicine, of good character, and
they shall serve during the King's pleasure.
Section 2. It shall be the duty of said Hawaiian Board
of Health to hear all applications made by native Hawaiian
who wish to practice native medicine in this Kingdom for
the cure of any kind of disease, or for the cure of chronic
diseases or hereditary diseases, or for the cure of broken"
Section 3. Said Hoard, or a majority thereof, shall give
to each applicant a certificate certifying to the Minister of
the Interior the qualification of the applicant to practice
native medicine in any kind of disease, or for the treatment
of chronic disease or hereditary diseases, of the cure of
broken bones, as may be stated in the application.
Section 4. The Minister of the Interior shall grant on
the order of the said Board a license to any applicant who
has received a certificate of his qualification to practice med
icine in any kind of disease, upon receiving twenty dollars.
Section 5. Every person so licensed to practice raediein?,
as in Section 4 of this Act specified, shall keep records of hi
practice of medicine, and shall enter correctly in such rec
ords all the business done by him. Any person who ha
received a license, as authorized by this Act, who shall prac
tice hoomanamana, hoopiopio, anaana, or hoounauna,"shalt
have his license cancelled immediately.
Section 6. Any native Hawaiian who shall practice native
medicine without having obtained a license, shall be fined
upon conviction thereof, before any Police or District Magis
trate in the sum of twenty dollars.
Section 7. The said Board shall have authority to ap
point three persons of good character and residents of the
district, and who are proficient in the practice of medicine,
in each taxation district, except the District of Honolulu, to
be a local Board; and it shall be the duty of such local
Boards to report to the Hawaiian Board of Health on the
qualifications ot applicants to practice native medicine, and
to state if the remedies proposed are suitable for the cure of
the diseases mentioned in Section 2 of this Act.
Section 8. The President of the said Board may appoint
the times of meeting of the Board for the transaction of all
business under the provisions of this Act.
Section 0. For the purposes of this Act, Section 48 ami
49 of the Penal Code, as amended by an Act approved on
the loth day of September, A. D. 1870, and also Sections 50,
51, 52 and 53 of the .Penal Code, Chapter 55, are hereby
Section 10. This Act shall take eflect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this seventh day of October A. D. 1880.
Furnished or Unfurnished
PLANTERS, ATTENTION !
V COTTAGE OX LCNALtLO AND l'IKOII STS., I
furniubfl complete, for liouHek--pinK. Cse
of horse and carna!-; lare garden. Apply to
CHAS J. FISUEE. i
127-oCt7tf Cor. Fort aiid Hotel Sts.
Jn-t received, ex l.ritf CONSCEI.O,
DraiNo mv AiisnxcE from the king
dom Mr. A. Uartenherif will act for me
umler Power of Attorney. CHAS. J. FISHKE.
18 rmo Young iMuIcs
' Which are offered for Kale on reasonable terms.
TXfKTOBS V H. HIM. AND J. T. KESNIE. TJ( (J IRWIN fc CO.
tv tecial reouent, will hold connultritioria
extract teeth and remedies in their &peci;U-
ties between the hour of '1 and 4 o'clock p. m..
diirl ng their stay in thi city, in the office, Kort
street, near the Pantheon Stables. l:;tf
li.fi n:ip:29 tf
P .1 AT IFTr TFXTT'r Tf INFOIJM
.11 CIS inruu aiui i:ie juiiii .....
he ha opened the PACIHC ELslAi kam in
W. H. ALDRICH,
;pn'rnl Ilnsi ii"4 Agent,
H;t- removed to I. I. Downett'n More, (Jnceii st.,
where he will attend to any b u.ni liens entrusted
to hi-i care.
PF.I'OT OF FN ION DAIHY.
Orders f'.r milk i-spectfilllv solicited, and
the new buildin on Smith street, on the jieot prompt attention Ueii to the delivery of the
l is old restauraut, where he will t.e piea-ei to hame.
have them call on him. l.iO-octil ,
a rrnvisHFr) HOtSF.. CoMI'LETF. FOP.
A housekeeping. Will be let cheap. Cen
trallv located. Possession given by the enJ oi
Now Photograph Rooms.
rvi:n nichoih stop.f.. fort stp.f.et.
next the Shootinu Oallerv. Pictures. Fort-
For further fArticuKrs apply at this raits and le- ii-.t-claw v."iI."ou
guaranteed. 114ap7 jONSAL fcs.