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JDAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 19, 1889. PORT OF HONOLUJjU,. I. NAVAL BOAT RACE. J 4? AKK1VALS. FniDiLY, Jan. 18. Stmr W G Hall, Chaney, from Maui and Huwuh. Stmr James Makee, Macaulay, from Kapaa. btmr Kaala, Underwood, from Waianae and Waialua. r'tmr J A Cummins. Neilson. from Koo lau. tStmr Ewa, Wilson, from Ewa. Oahu. - i)i:r.iiTLiiKs. Friday, Jan. IS. Schr Moi Wahine for Hamakua, Hawaii Schr Kauikeaouli for Kohala. Vesaels Leaving To-day. Shnr Kilauoa Hon, Cameron, for Hama kua, Hawaii, 1 p m. It M S is Zealandia, Oterendorp, for Colon ie.s. Vessel in l'ort from r.ircltn Ports. C S S Alert, J I) rsraham. Callao, rf A. IT S S Dolphin, Wilde, Mexico. H T. M S Hyacinth, Arhmd, Tahiti. H ii M S Cormorant. Niciu.lls. Cruise. T.kt Cutiiona, :i(h-r, Victoria, 15. C. Hit lvalukauti, HendTM:i, Tahiti. Tern V S liowne. t'.luhtn, Su:i Fr.mcico. Hk Sonoma, Grilliths. San h ranci.v.o. 1'rit bk iJupscor.', Hind, Liverpool. Unt yacht Nyanza, Hunt, South S Islands J:k Forest (iueen, W'ituhnt,', S in Francisco. I5ktne Amelia, evhall, l'ort Townsend. Ilk C () Whitmore, Ward, Departure 15av. Schr liohert bearles-, l'itfz, Fort IHa!.!ev. IJtne V(i lrwm, McCnlloch.San Francisio Bktne SkaRit, Cutler, l'ort Townsend. Teasel Inspected troni Po-igii Torts. Vesfols. Where f rotu. Due. H U M S Conrjuest.Chili Ian 10 Ilk J H IJrevvcr . . . . I'.ostou Feb 20 15k I v v New York Dec 2o Hk G N Wilcox .... Dremen May 4 Tern J C Ford San I'edro Dec 21 15 Conuelo S.oi Fraaei.-sco-.l an 2U Am vacht Ca-too . . .Tahiti Dec .",0 15kt S, ( Wilder... Saii FranciaTo.Jan IX tic Don Adolio Newcastle Ian 11 Sciir Wtn Kenton .. cwcatle Fet f 15kt M V'inkilmaii..Sau FrareidcoJan .31 15k Jamaica- ila.--go'v Aril 2. K MSS Zi-alandia . .S:.n I'runcisco.Jan l'j Sh Paul Isenbon. ..Glasgow May 4 Sc r red E Sanders .San Francisco-Jan 11 15rtne Coiisutlo. .. .S tn Francisco. Jan III 15k S C Allen Newcastle Ian 2 Bk Wrestler .Ne wca.stlft I an 2S DkCarnTual Newcastle Jan 20 13kt Eobert Su.iden . .Newcastle 1 eb 1.3 PI; Victoria Ncwca -die Feb 2S ltktuc Klikitat 1'uet tiouud . . Jan 2o Bktne Planter San Francisco. Feb 1 Dally Uoeiit of Produce. IiaK8 tnffar. Pafsrice. Mis. pkgs. Stmr WG Hull.. lfifW .... .'if 50 StmrJas Makee.. 21(J5 110 41 Stinr Ewa SCO PASSKNtJ KKH, j ARRIVALS. j From Maui and Hawaii per stnir W G Hall, Jan is Major W H Comwell, G W C Jones, Hon J Richardson, E McDade, A W Wilson, W D and H II West, F May; DrG 15uruell, U von Tempsky, Miss Chan iiiiin, Kev W H Barnes, .and 71 deck pas sengers. From Kauai, per ?tmr Jainc Makee, Jan IH G E Fuirchild, and ti deck pas sengers. shipping oti;s. H. 15. M. IS. Cormorant took in coal on Friday. The barkentine Amelia is on tbe Marine Railway. The brirantine W. CJ. Irwin finished un loading cargo last evening. The barks -Forest (ueen and C. O. Whit more have been repainted. The schooner Liholiho is due to-day with sugar from Lahaina, Maui. The steamers due to-morrow are: Like like, Lehua, and Mikahala. The steamers Kaala and J. A. Cummins arrived last night from the other side of this island with sugar. The schooner Ka Moi has been lowered from the Marine Railway where she re ceived a new false shoe. The tern W. S. 15owne ar.d thebrigantlne W. (. Irwin will both le-ive about next Wednesday for San Francisco. The bark Sonoma is expected to leave for San Francisco ei'her 'next Monday or Tuesday with a full cargo of sugar. The following passengers will leave to day for the Colonies by the steamship Zealandia: Miss Chapman and Mr. Kettle. The steamer Kilauea Hon sails this Afternoon for Hamakua. Hawaii, via Wainaku and Waiakea, w ith u roller and machinery respectively for these latter places. The steamer W. G. flail arrived on Fri day afternoon from Hawaii ami Maui with 1 .LOS bags sugar, IKS bags aw a, hrli bags coffee, 71 package sundries, 11 hides, and 23 head cattle from Kailua. A now Parisian industry is tbo manufacture of Loar-frobt glass, which is covered with feathery pat terns resembling those naturally produced upon window-panes in cold weather. Tho glass is first given a ground surface, either by tho sand blast or tho ordinary method, and is then coated with soft varnish. The varnish contracts strongly in drying, taking with it tho particles of glass to which it adheres, and this repro duces very accurately the branching crystals of frostwork. A singlo coat gives a delicate efleet, and several coals yield a bold design. Sl'KCIAL IU S(M;SS itkms. a'verything new at Fii-hel'?. Drink Moxie at the " Elite." Horn's genuine l'n iter Scotch. Ladies' glace trim Cotton Shoes at Fisher. Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for coughs. Horn's Butter Scotch, th? best lubricator for the throat. Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 2$ Merchant Street. A most complete stock of Felt and Straw Hats can be had at Fishel's. Good goods, at low prices, can always be found at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. Ju?t opened, ji fine line of French Kid Shoes for ladies, misses and children, at Fishel's. Ladies will do well by calling at Fishel's and see his new stock of French Kid Shoes and Slippers. Forstylih millinery go t. Sachs' store. There you will always lind choice goods and latest styles. It lias been proved by unanimous verdict that the San Jose Lager Beer on draught at thelloyal Saloon is the best. A more complete stock of Dress Goods, could not be displayed than that now ex hibited at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. It comprises all the new shades, plaids and fancy striped goods. , LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. W. O. Smith has money to loan on ood security. The loan of a copy of "Patience" is desired at the Gazette of nee. Volcanic specimen are wanted at the I' mance Office for tho Pari Exposition. A very interesting article on "Sugar Kefining by Electricity" appears on the first page. The band will wake the echoes with inspiring strains at Emma Square this afternoon as usual. I- eel store keepers will observe a notice regarding tenders asked for bv the Ha waiian Tramway Company. There was only one charge registered up till 11 p. m. yesterday. Officer Dole arrested a Chinaman on a warrant for opium in possession. Extra hours of leaving are added to tho tramway time table 0 and 10 a. m. from the Riile Uanj,e,and :30and 10:o0 a. ru. from the Chinese Theatre. Dr. Schniorl's appeal from conviction and sertence in the Police Court, for practising medicine without license, will he tried before a foreign jury this morn- Mrs. Iledemann, while driving with her children yesterday, was thrown from her carriage at the terminus of the street railway, and was injured teverely aboat the fa.ee and head. The steamer Zealandia is due to-day from San Francisco, with dates from the 3 i to the 12th inst. inclusive, but as the two last south-bound boats did not arrive until the Sunday, expectation need not be too sanguine tor to-day. A paper chase of hare and hounds is announced for this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Makiki recreation grounds. Messrs. Low and Lishman will be the hares, pursued by some twenty as hounds, the finish to be at the Hotel. Mr. Levey's sale of goods from Graen halgh's assets by order of the mortgagee will take pb.ee at 10 o'clock to-day. It will atford a rare opportunity of getting business stationery and other articles, generally enumerated in the advertise ment elsewtere. We are requested by the Board of 'Prison Inspectors to appeal to the public for assistance in providing suitable read ing matter for the prisoners, and to ask that persons having books and news papers or oilier periodicals to spare for this purpose, will kindly send them to the Superintendent of Oahu Gaol or to the office of Mi. A. S. Hart well, the Presi dent of the Ioard. The Royal Hawaiian Band's concert on board II. B. M. S. Hyacinth yester day evening was a very successful inno vation. Beautifully illuminated the ship made a fine sight from every point of view, while the mellow cadence of the harmonies on the water was peculiarly delightful. Besides the seafarers on their vessels, many people were assem bled at the water front to enjoy the con cert. Contest. Over ltankrupt Stock. A legal contest came to a focus yester day between the assignee and the mort gagee over certain of the assets of W. II. Graenhalgh in bankruptcy. It will likely result in bonds being given by the mortgagee's auctioneer this morning, engaging hi u to hold the proceeds of the advertised :?ale subject to the order of the Supreme Court. Possible interest ing eventualities will likely have the effect of increasing the crowd at the auc tion rooms of Mr. Levey. 151 uo IUbbon League. The usual entertainment by the Blue Ribbon League, at the Y. M. C. A. hall 7:o0 tins evening, will consist of the fol lowing programme. Everybody is cordi ally invited to attend: Piano Solo A. F. Wall Song (H. B. M. S. Hyacinth) . .Mr. C. Clear Beading. Mrs. L. McCully Song (11. B. M.S. Hyacinth). .Mr. J. Jolly Recitation Mr. T. Ash Song Mr. W. Evans Address Hon. Alex. Young Hand Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a concert this afternoon at Emma Square, commencing at 4 :30. Following is the programme : 1. March Persian Strauss 2. Overture Italian in Algier llossini .'5. Finale Belisario Donizetti 4. SelectionPatience (by request) Sullivan 5. Waitz Summer Evening Waldteufel 6. Polka Ionian Wardrobe A Few of Them. The man who thought ho could in crease the size of his whip and de crease the size of his horse's ration and get a good amount of work. The man who hired cheap help to save a few dollars in wages. The man who thought be could spend tho money that should have bought an overcoat for whiskey and get the necessary warmth out of it. The man who kept a cur dog worth fifty cents and had to pay $20 for sheep killed by him. These are a few of the gentlemen who will have to jump about in order to get reasons for thankfulness un less they can appreciate the value of tho blessings they have received in their experiences. iiuvrai rsew Yorker. The invention of the phonograph and gvaphophone has brought out the singular fact that few persons, if any, know tho sound of their own voice. "When several persons in succession havo spoken into one of these machines, each may recognize in its reproduction the voice of a friend or acquaintance, but does not identify his own. An analogous phenomenon has been observed in the matter of sight by photograph ers, who often satisfy in a likeness overv one but the original. Thus it seems that we not only do not see ourselves as others see v.s, but we do not hear ourselves as others hear us. A fine assortment of children.' dresses, infants' robes, infants' lace and tilk caps, and sash ribbons, at exceptional low prices, at Sachs' store. A Crew or the liritUh Hyacinth Defeat One of the Cormorant. The five-oarcd boat race between the crews of II. B. M. S. Hyacinth and Cor morant came off at 4 :20 o'clock Friday alternoon, resulting in an easy victory for the men of the Hyacinth. Both crews had been in steady practice during the preceding three or four weeks, and they appeared in very excellent condition for the race. The betting was heavy on both sides, as each had confidence in the racing capacities cf its boat. A goodly assemblage gathered on the wharves, comprising many lovers of aquatic sport, although ehore interest could scarcely have been expected to range high in respect to unknown com petitors. Whatever enthusiasm was wanting among town people was, how ever, compensated for by the shipmates of the respective crews. The race was over -the usual regatta course to the spar buoy and return, and the boats got away together at the above hour in excellent style. They kept cloae together until the lighthouse was reached, when the Hyacinth's gig shot ahead, then increased the lead constantly. The Cormorant's crow were, however, not very f?r in the rear at turning the buoy. The home stretch was watched with intense interest, as it seemed from the wharf that the Cormorant men were gaining; but the event proved that the Hyacinth's crew had a lead that they were able to hold, leaving at best but a forlorn hope to their gallant opponents. ; As the boats passed the different war ships, the crews of the latter gave them rousing cheers. Her own boat was about a minute behind the victorious one in crossing the bows of the Cormorant. The enthusiasm even of Jandsmen, strangers as the contestants were to them, was considerably wrought, up by the sight of the weli-rowed race. As the Cormorant crew had an almost invincible record, the triumph of the Hyacinth is somewhat glorious. .timtbsfmrm.s. ' Patience NY PERSON HAYING A COPY OF -ft- " Patience," and is willing to loan it for two weeks, will confer a favor by leav ing it with Mr. H. M. Whitney at the 5a zette Office. 17-1 1 Money to Loan. QO (f( TO LOAN, IN SUMS Of V"-i,JUU nut less than $1,000 each, upon satisfactory security. W. "O. SMITH, 66 Fort Street. Honolulu, Jan. 18, 1SS0. 17-3t Hawaiian Tramways Co. (LIMITED.) TENDERS F0H FEED. TT WILL BE OPTIONAL FOR THE -I- parties tendering to state a price with delivery on Company's tracks at Pacific Mail Wharf and said delivery to extend over three months from February 1st. 17-lt T. OKA HAM GKIliBLE. Paris Exposition. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BR EN appointed to select a yet of Volcanic Specimens for the Paris Exposition, will be glad to receive at the Finance Office such Specimens from those who may desire to contribute. W. Ii. GREEN. Jan. 18, 1880. 17 12.Vl-lt DRESSMAKING. MRS. M. B. CAM PP. ELL HAS COMMENCED the business of Dressmaking. Cutting and Fitting, at her residence, JTo. 73 iieretauia street, opposite tLe Hotel. Tho patronage of tbe ladies is respectfully aolicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. sS-tf 1243-ly HARRY'S LUNCH ROOMS, HOTEL STREET. Open all Night! Meals at all Hours. Keep the Rest Coffee, Tea nnl Choco late to be had in the City. Mush and Milk every morning. A Change of Dinner Every Day! lC5-tf Hawaiian Tramways Co., Lil. ON AND AFTER MONDAY. THE 14th January, the CAR FA RES will be collected by Tickets only, which will be -old either singly or in cards of five for '2o cents by the condiKvor. The "Tickhts mi st b?. placed by the Fafnuek ik tii e Fake Box n;ovirEn ox the Cak. To facilitate ihe making of change tbe public are respectfully requested to pur chase the 2."c. card- where possible. Conclu' ttr (I. T11IKLF will call round at the principal stores with Tickets for sale on Friday and Saturday, the 11th and lJth January. 10-tf Xews Agency Notice. 4T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY patrons the undersicntd has taken charge of the Newspaper Mail per Autra ha addressed to another party, and will i continue the 1-oreiizn Subscriptions and I News Agency in connection with the Sta- ! I tionery and Hook buiness recently re ! sumed". Hut while consenting to assj.-t j subscribers toward the re ularity of their 'supplies the undesigned is in no way re sponsible lo complete or adjust unfilled contracts. i Parties desiring to continue their sup plies will please call for same, or send in their early ciders. Subscribers on the ether islands wul report as early as possi ble so as to guide outgoing mail orders and avoid irregularities. 10-1 w 1253-lt TIIOS. G. THRUM. lip f DEB Absolutely PureB For quick raising, the Royal Bafcint? Powder is superior to ail otLc-r leaveniuB ateats. It is ao solutply pure and wholesome anil of the highest leavening po-,Ter. It is always uniform in strength ani quality and never fails to make light, sweet, most palatable s.nd nutritive food. lJread, biscuits. iMiiltiss, cake, etc., raised with Royal Haking Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most a:!icate digestive organs. It will keep in any climate without deterioration. Prof. U. A. Mott, V. P. Government Choruist, after examining oiScialiy the principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Uoval Bikint; Powder is absolutely pnre, for I have so found it in many testa made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Becaure of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pare cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon tne proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation , the Royal Baking Powuer is un doubtedly the purest and ruo3t reliable baking powder oiT:rec to the public. "Da. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. S 1221-ly t;. S. Government Chemist. LOST! ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, BE tween ihe Tramways ollice and the Plains, via Fort and King streets, a lady's YELLOW SATCHEL, containing a bla'ek purse, bunch of keys, bills, etc. The tinder will be rewarded on leaving the article at M r. Neumann's law office. 15 English and German School JATISS EOLTE HAS OPENED A j-'A. JSelect English and German School for young children. She will also give instruction in French and German in clashes, or in private lessons. Residence on the East side of Makiki street, opposite the Baseball grounds. 13-lw Assignee's Jsotice. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN J- appointed an assignee of the estate of A. M. Ilewett of Honolulu, Oahu, a bank rupt, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to pay the respective amounts owing by them immediately to the undersigned. W. C. PARKE, 13-0t Assignee. Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN appointed an assignee of the estate of W. II. GRAENHALGH of Honolulu, Oahu, a Bankrupt, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to pay the respective amounts owing by them im mediately to the undersigned. W. C. PARKE, lfi-fjt Assignee. Masonic Notice. MEMBERS OF HAWAIIAN .("V Lodge holding Trustees' notes for IMWJilt ilWVitlll I'U 111 lnu 1UI UU11U- ing the Masonic Hall will secure their pay ment by presenting them at Bishop it Co. 'a counter properly endorsed. JOHN H. PATY, 11-lw Chairman Board of Trustees. TO LET. THE PREMISES ON KING street, next door to the corner of Fort street, will be to let on the first day of Mav next. CSTerms liberal. Inruire of 10-3m HENRY WATER HOUSE. Dividend Notice. DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS per Share will be paid to the share holders of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga tion Co., (Limited), at their office on Wednesday, the luth inst. J. EN A, 15-3t Secretary. NOTICE. i ll pehsovs wrrnouT permit or eusi- l ness xre hereby forbidden to enter the Toug ll?en Co. premises cn Beretania treet, known as the Chiaege Church. Any person or persons found trespassing on said premises will be prosecuted according to law. TOJ.'G IltEN CO., per Sen Chonc. Honolulu, Iec. 90. 1SS9. Is3-lm K. WEIR, WorLP REFPECTFULLY XOTIFT HIS fvionds and the public generally that he has purchased the Blacksmith &ud Carriage f Lop fori eily conducted by A. liorKan at Nos. 73 and S! Kmc street, where he is no v prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimrcintr, Carriage ami Hea.vy Haon Work and General B)acksmithing with promptness and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf FOJl RENT. THE PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOUSE and Pre:cnies. on the corner of King and Alapal streets, at present occupied by F.ev. E. ii. Becfrwith. Possession January. For terms apply to CHAS. M. COOSE, Attorney foi Mrs. H, E. Cooke. given in 175-tf 0 Luso Hawaiiano. PEOPLE WILE FIND IT A PROFIT- i able investment to advertise in this old, ' well-read and popular newspaper. j O LUSO II.UVAllANO is read by eyery ! available reader t here is amongst the Portuguese-Hawaiian Colony, in both tbe Portu guese and English la'nguages, and has a large and increasing circulation abroad. JTfl-Adverti-ement? and orders may be leu at tbe ollice over Messrs. M. A. Gon salves A: Co."s, Hotel street, or with Mr. Chas. Phillips, tueen street. 11-lw Notice of Copartnership. Hawaiian Transfer Co. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING PUR-J- chased the business of J. Green and the American Express Company, have con solidated under the firm name of the HAWAIIAN TRANSFER COMPANY, and are prepared to carry on the Drayins and Express business of all kinds. Gr-Telephone office at No. 75 King St., next door to Robt. More's. liell 1GO Telephones Mutual 563. iy-All kinds of carting faithfully and promptly attended to; furniture removed and carefully handled; alwavs on hand on arrival of steamers. If you want a wapon or drav vou will find it to your advantage to rinp up either of our telephones. j W. M Gl'l RE, 16-1 m J. M.CjUEEN. Hawaiian Almanac and Annual FOF. 1889. The Largest and Best Number Y::t! containing : Information for handy reference relating to Hawaii-ne: that makes it a necessity in the Home, Office, Library, or Tourist's satchel, and the most reliable and satis factory publication to send abroad. Frice oOets. per Copy; or 6()ots. mailed to any arid re sm, foreign' EC Orders from the other islands or abroad, which should be accompanied by a remittance to save time and unnei essarv expense, will receive prompt attention. Address: TIIOS. G. TIIRFM, Compiler and Publisher. l-"2-2t ti-lw Under writers' Notice. "YYrnEnEAS- A NUMBER OF FIRE3 HAVIXC1 TT labsly occurred In buildings vacant and unoccupied, the Board of Underwriters deem It their duty to call attention of policy holders In these Inlands to the clauses contained in the pollc, the substance of which reads as follows: 'No liability shall exist under this policy for loss on any vacant or unoccupied buildings, tin less consent for such vacancy or non-occunancy be hereon endorsed; provided, that dwellings may remain vacant not exceeding ten days without such endorsement." We therefore recommend the observance of tbe above condition of insurance. By order of the Board of Underwriters. F. A. SCIIAEFER, C. O. BERGER, President. Secretary. Honolulu, Dec. 18. 1888. 180 12W-lm iVETJLiE S! rpo ARRICE EX. BKTNE. "FOREST QUEEN" JL now on the way, 30 HEAD LARGE YOUNG MULES. Also a FEW HORSES. All specially selected for this Market and For Sale at Lowest Market Kates. For further particulars. Apply to E. R. MIT.ES. Haw'n Hotel Stables, Honolulu, H. I. wl'250-lm dlW-12t Devoted to tho Encouragement of AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING and INDUS TRIAL PURSUITS GENERALLY, And more especially to the develop ment and perfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on its eighth volume, and having been Enlarged to 18 Pages Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly GOO pages, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. The attention of the business men of Honolulu and of all persons engaged in industrial pursuits is called to this per iodical as a medium for Advertising & Information Which can be obtained in no other pub lication, here or abroad. ST"The price of subscription is very low Two Dollars axd a Half ($2.50) per annum, or $3.00 when mailed abroad. A few copies of bound volumes of the years 1SSG and 18S7 can be obtained: $4-00 each. Address : H. M. WHITNEY, Editor Plasters' Monthly, 16 1251-3m Honolulu, H. I. 1 lie Planters Monthly Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolnln. IlSTo. IT Emma Street. o The undersigned htgu to Inform the pnblic of these Island that he Is making Shirt by measurement. Direction for elf -measurement will be glTen on mpplicatlcm. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Right Gowns. A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to eTcry order. llanJ ordrt lolletted. ? O tST Bell Telephone 410. GEO. W. LINCOLN, rpiIE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN THE FIELD AS A CON 1. tractor, and is now better prepared to do any and all kinds of work appertaining to contracting or any other class of work belonging to his trade, in the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore; having curtailed my shop exjnses and still retain plenty of room to do any and all kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that ciay be entrusted to my care. 1 am enabled to do the same at very low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at the same, timo bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all i worth doing well. Thanking the I W YET HI 5 8 T TATTTTi IT 4 T Contains all tho nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it is FUEK from all stimulating effects. jSTOX beverage. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in the Malt Extract as Com pared with Malt Liquors: English sraall beer 3.2 2.4 W.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.S 2.8 MA Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.M 15.0 82.40 The Manufacturers, Messrs. Jko. WTKTn & Bro., Thil., havo appointed BENS0X, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3m B.F.EHLERS & Co., -Just Received EUROPEAN AKD HOLIDAY GOODS Also, Complete Stocks i-tf NOTICE OE MR. EIIRLICH begs to inform his numorous patrons and the public in general, that the "TEMPLE OF FASHION" is moving to the CORNER OF FORT ANI) HOTEL STREETS, and trilf be in order for business ON SATURDAY MORNING, December 29, 1888. OUGAMZKM 1S50.J The Manhattan Life of ISTew t& Assets over 811, OOO.OOO. -o- POSITIVE EESULTS uf a Policy in the "Manhattan Life on the New Plan. Age, 3C; amount of Policy, $10,000; term, 20 years. The Annual Premnini will be 8 301 80 The 20 payments will amonnt to 6,036 OO At the end of that time the Company 'will return to the bolder in cash.... 5,700 OO " ' , t Thua the flO.OW Insurance will bre been secured at the net cost for 20 years of only 336 OO or t l.f.8 for H.OOO insurance per year, or If the C&flh be not drawn the Policy will becorue paid np for 10,050 OO These results are not estimated, but are fixI in a Tositive Contract, the full fare of the Policy meanwhile beinp payable in the event of the death of the assured. There in no forfeiture of payments on dfscontinuance of policy after three years, a Cash or Taid up Value being (Juaraiiteed by the Terms of tho New York Law. For examples at other ages, and al?o on the 10 and 15 years' plans, write or rPy at the Oflice of the Agent. NOTE. The Manhattan's is the simplest form of policy in existence, and Incon testable after 5 years, this feature having been originated and adopted by this Company over 20 years ago. JOECSJ" JET. PATY. ?Aet. 86-tf 1235-tf jVI. mellis. 104 public for past favors, remain respectfully vours, GEO." Y LINCOLN. m TTm K Cm SOLE AGENTS FOR THE IIAW'N ISLANDS. a Full Line of TOTS, DOLLS, in Every Department. EEMOYAL! Insurance Company York, S3" t Surplus OTer 82,000,000.