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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 24, 1S89.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. SUPREME COURT. THE FARIS EXPOSITION. AUKIVALS. Wednesday, Jan. 23. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, from Koo- b'tmr Kaala, Underwood, from "Waianae andWaial.ua. jgcbr Kit in bow from koolau. DKIWKTUKE9. Wednesday. Jan. 23. Sohr Kawailani for Koolau. Scbr Lenbi for Kobala. Vesiels Leaving To-day. Strnr Tele, for Lahaina and Kukaiau at Strnr Ka.ua, Lnuerwooa, ior aialua and Waianae, at 9 a m. Am btftne W i Irwin, McCulloch, for San Francisco at 10 a m. Schr Catprina tor Hilo and Tuna. Scbr llainboA- for Koolau. Vesels i I'ort from Foreign 1'urtn. IT b S Alert, J T) Orahsim, Callao, S A. H I'- M S Hyacinth, Acland, Tahiti. J 11 M S C ormorant, Nkholb. Cruise. 15k Knlakaua, Henderson, Tahiti. Unt bk Uun-icore, Hind, Liverpool. Brit vacht Nyanza, Hunt. South S Islands Bk Forest Jueen, Winding, Kan Francisco. Bktne Amelia, ewhull, Port Townsend. Bk 0 O Whitmore, Ward, Departure Hay. Kchr Robert Searles, Pittz, Port lllakeley. Bj;tne V(i Irwin, McCulloch, San Francisco Bbtne Kkait, Uobert.on, Tort Townseno1. Bktne Planter, Penhallow, Kan Francisco. Fktne K G Wilder, Paul, Kan Francisco. Bktne Mary Winkclman, Dyrcborg, S F. Yesselft ICxpcctod from Foreign Ports. Vessels. Where from. Due. II BMSConquest.Chili Jan 10 15k J 1) lirewor Huston Feb 20 15k Ivv New York Dec 2o Hk N Wilcox Hremen May 1 15g Consuelo Kan Francisco. .Ian 20 Am yacht Casco. . .Tahiti l)ec 30 15k Don Adolfo Newcastle Jan 31 Kchr Wm Kenton . .Newcastle Feb 5 Bk Jamaica (ilasgow April 2o Kb Paul lsenbertf. ..(ilavovv May 4 Bctne Consuelo Kan Francisco.Jan 31 Bk S 0 Allen Newcastle Jan 2 Bk Wrestler Newcastle Jan 2 Bkl'nrnTual Newcastle Jan 20 Bkt Robert budden. Newcastle Feb 15 Bk Victoria Newcastle Feb 2S Bktne Klikitat Puget Sound. Jan 2T Dfilly lierelntA of l,rolice. Pugs sugar. Lags rice. Mts. pkgs. Strnr Kaala 1000 75 bchr Rainbow r)70 .... rASSENOKKS. ARRIVALS. From Kan Francisco, per bktne Mary Winkehuan, Jan 23 Moris Bushnell and party (8), Mr and Mrs Gallagher. From Waianae, per nmr Kaala, Jan 22 J Nott and family, and 20 deck passen gers. SHII'FINO NOTKS. The bark C. O. Whitmore will load sugar in a few days. The Bteamer Kinau will leave to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock for windward ports. The steamer C. R. Bishop is on the Ma rine Railway, bhe will leave to-morrow for a circuit "of this island. The American brirantine W. O. Irwin, Captain J. K. McCulloch, sails at 10 o'clock this morning with sugar and rice fur ban Francisco. The schooner Caterina takes a cargo of lumber to lliio to-day. From thence .she will proceed for Buna to load ohia lumber for Honolulu. The barkentine Skagit will finish unload ing lumber about next baturday. Khe will load sugar for ban Francisco for Messrs. II. Hackfeld k Co. Th' four-masted schooner Robert Searles occupied six days discharging her deck load of lumber, ami commences unloading from the hold to-day. The steamer Bele sails at !) o'clock this morning for Lairiina ami Kuka iau. bhe takes two heavy pieces of machinery for the former place from the bark llunscore. The bark Dunscore has finished unload ing general cargo excepting 1'HJ tons of coal, bhe is taking in MH tons sand for ballast, and will leave within nine days for Portland, Oregon. The American barkentine Mary Winkel ruan, Captain R. II. Dyreborg. was towed into Y-ort January 23d. after being be calmed off port for nearly forty-two hours, and was moored at the old Custom House wharf. Had light and variable winds the greater part of the voyage. Made 311 miles on ths 15th ot January. Arrived ott lia mond Head January 21st at 11 p. m. The Mary Winkelman brings general mer chandise to Messrs. II. llackteid & Co. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. Look in Fort street bookstore window for Children's Books. It Kecelved per Zealand in, Jan. 221, Oregon and California Apples, Navel Oranges, Tears, Potatoes, Onions, and Smoked Salmon. Trices reasonable. Cali fornia Fruit Market. Mutual Telephone 373. Everything new at Fishel's. llrink Moxic at the Elite." Horn's genuine Butter Scotch. 20-3t Ladies' clace trim Cotton Shoes at Fishers. Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) coughs. for Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator for the throat. Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot 2S Merchant Street. A most complete stock of Felt and Straw Hats can be had at Fihel's. C.r.ml roods, at low prices, can always be found at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street Tint onrned. a fine lire of French Ku: 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. For stylish millinery go to Sachs' store. There you will always find choice goods and latest styles. It has been proved by unanimous verdict that the San Jose Lager Beer on draught at the Royal Saloon is the best. A more complete stock of Press Goods, couM not be displayed than that now ex hibited at Sachs' store, 101 rort street romnrises all the new shades, plaids It and fancy striped goods. A fine assortment of childrcns' druses, infants' robes, infants' lace and silk caps, and sah ribbons, at exceptional low prices, at Sachs' store. Subscribers to the Daily Advkrtiser or Weekly Gazette, who do not receive their papers promptly by the carriers, are re quested to give immediate notice by tele phone or otherwise to the Gazette office, Jclephon number M. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. C. Gertz haa firewood for sale. Only one arrest, drunk, was made yes terday. J The monthly social of Central Union Church 13 duo this evening. Mr. D. II. Davis has been appointed manager of the Pantheon Stables. The.TM- c- A- sizing class will b 0 uuitwiuaDiy omittea this evening. A chance to make " millions" out of old stamps is offered by a London dealer. Mr. Geo. Amsden inserts a card else where, soliciting orders for piano and or gan tuning and repairing. An adjourned meeting of Engine Com pany No. 1 in called for this eveiiinr to despatch important business. There -will be a band concert at the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow evening. The programme will appear in next issue. There laundry was a luau near the Pa lama ast night. It was a irrand suc- cess from one point of view, being en livened with several fights. Mr. J. H. Fisher should bo seen bv persons seeking Island bred mules, cat tle or horses. He gives particulars of such stock elsewhere in this paper. Principal Merritt and the other mem bers of the faculty of Oahu College will be entertained by Capt. Acland on board II. B. M. S. Hyacinth this after noon and evening. Mr. Thrum in an advertisement else where puts himself right with the public in regard to Mr. A. M. Hewett's news business. It speaks for itself, appealing to reasonable minds. The regular meeting of the Debating Society takes place at the Oahu hall this evening. A discussion will take place regarding tho best means of reviving interest in tho organization. Sentence of the defendant in the Wai alua assault case was again deferred yesterday, in order to give opportunity for argument of motion for mitigation. This will take place at 9 :30 o'clock this morning, tho Court opening half an hour earlier than usual for the purpose. Bushnell's Trained Animal and Nov elty Show, from Barnum's New York es tablishment, will open to-morrow even ing at Nicoll's block, Fort street, contin uing every evening for a short season with a matinee on Saturday. See the advertisement in this paper fur particu lars. Kauniakapill Church. A largely attended meeting of Kauraa kapili Church congregation was held in that edifice yesterday evening. Its pur pose was tho consideration of a majority decision of the trustees to mortgage tho property to the Lunalilo Estate for a loan of $G,000 to be applied to pay ment of the debt. Nine of the trustees signed the riortgage, but the re maining four withheld their names. After an earnest discussion the congre gation decided to support the majority in having the mortgage executed. In consequene-J of this decision the four hesitating trustees will sign the mortgage to-dav. The debt amounts to $7,f00. Mr. P. C. Jones has offered to endorse a note for $1,000 or tho balance after the nan is effected. Ad the trustees are Hawaiians. Central Union Church. At the congregational meeting of the Central Umon Church yesterday even ing, after dovutional exercises, Rev. Dr. Beckwith presented the first annual re port of his pastorate. Afterward visitors were invited to ad dress the congregation. Rev. Mr. Grif fin, pastor of a Methodist Episcopal Church in Boston, was the first who re stKjnded. Rev. E. P. Baker, pastor of the Foreign unurcn at lino, louowea with a sketch of the trip from which he lias just returned, through tho United States and Canada. Rev. O. P. Emer son, the new Corresponding Secretary of tho Hawaiian Mission Board, also made brief remarks. Police Court. Wednesday, Jan. 23. George Hons. Keeping a disorderly house, to-wit, a house in which gambling is permitted. Chas. Creighton for de fendant. The evidence of Captain Lar son, II. Lewis, Robert Levi, Wm. Mohr, John T. Fox and Officer Kealakai was taken for the prosecution. Defendant offered no evidence and being found guiltv was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and ".tii.10 costs. Appeal noted to the S3 u pre mo Court. Two cases were remanded. Judgment is entered on the civil side against Oeortre Markham at trie suit of Chas. E. Frasher, for $35.05. are continued. Four suits Military Elections. Officers of the King's Ow n Company, Second Battalion, have been elected for the current year as follows: Captain, II. Kaia: First Lieutenant, Joseph Mnrsi?: Second Lieutenant. W. Haka- laau. Oueen's Own Company, Second Bat tnlinn. on Tnesdav evening elected the following ollicers'for the current year Captain, Major A. Rosa ; t irst Lieuten ant, J. K. Smith; Second Lieutenant, A. S. Mahaula. Mr. Moody Not Coming. Mr. D. L. Moody, the renowned evan gelist, cannot accept the invitation of the Y. M. C. A. to come here. Secretary Fuller has received a letter from Secre tary McCov of San Francisco by last imiil, statinV that Mr. Moody's engage ments in the States are so closo that it would be impossible for h?,m to give up the four or tive weeks requisite to hold in a series of meetings here. In Wellington, New Zealand, a diver who had none down some thirty feet to place some blocks for a pier foundation, was attacked by a devil fish that suc ceeded in fastening on him, and, in spite of all his struggles, pinned him to one of the piles of a retaining wall. The diver, however, had the good sense to remain quiet, and the devil fish, whose arms measured nine feet, quitting his hold of the pile, was brought to the sur face on the back of the diver and killed. Thee monsters are reported to be very numerous in Wellington Uarbor. January Term Mr. Justice liickerton Presiding. Tcesday, Jan. 22. The Court opens at 10:05 a.m. The full bench preside. Noon recess from 12 m. to 1 p. m., and at 3:50 p.m. adjourns for the day. C. Afong vs. Kale et al. Refusing contract service of plaintiff. J. A. Ma goon for plaintiff; J. II. Barenaba for defendant. Defendants' appeal from Police Court, Honolulu. Plaintiff's oral motion to strike appeal off calendar. Heard and decision reserved. Wing Wo Chan & Co. vs. Hawaiian Government. Case stated for submis sion without action. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiffs; Attorney-General C. W. Ash ford for defendant. Decision read per Mr. Justice McCully for plaintiffs. Wm. R. Chilton et al. vs. L. A. Thurs ton, Minister of Interior. Petition for a writ of mandamus. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiffs; Attornej'-General for defend ant. Appeal dismissed with costs in decision read by Mr. J ustice Preston. The King vs. Lau Kiu. Not keeping his books in the English, Hawaiian or some European language, thereby vio lating chapter 41 session laws of 18SS. Attorney-General for the Crown; P. Neumann for the defendant. Decision read by Chief Justice Judd in favor of defendant. The King vs. Akana, Ch. Murder. Deputy Attorney-General Peterson for the Crown ; A. Rosa for the defendant. Defendant's exceptions from Third Cir cuit and motion for new trial. Defend ant's motion to place upon banco calen dar for this term allowed. Kanaloa et al. vs. Union Mill Co. etal. Ejectment. W. C. Achi for plaintiffs; W. O. Smith and A. Rosa for defendants. Pl iintiffs' exceptions from October term, 1SSS. Defendants' motion to not enter tain bill of exceptions heard and decision reserved. John F. Bowler vs. Board of Immigra tion. Assumpsit. A. S. Hartwell and W. A. Whiting for plaintiff; Attorney General Ash ford and Deputy Attorney General Peterson for defendant. Plain tiff's appeal from decision of Mr. Justice McCully at Chambers on January 15, 1S39, in favor of defendant on demurrer. Appeal argued and submitted. The King vs. Ah Gock and Ah Sue. Selling spirituous liquors without license. Attorney-General Ashford and Deputy Peterson for the Crown ; P. Neumann for defendants. Defendants' exceptions from Third Circuit sitting in banco. Argued and submitted. The King vs. Ahop alias Ahapa. Murder. Attorney-General and Deputy for the Crown ; YV. A. Whiting for de fendant. Defendant's exceptions from Third Circuit term, Waimea. By agree ment of counsel to be submitted on briefs. J. II. Congdon vs. II. Ackermann et al. Trespass. C. W. Ashford for plain tiff; A. S. Hartwell for defendants. Plaintiff's exceptions to verdict and mo tion for new trial. Argued and sub mitted Wednesday, Jan. 23. The Court opens at 10 a. m. Hawaii an and foreign jurors in attendance. At 12 :03 p. m. recess until 1 :10 p. m. Sentence of defendant in Waialua as sault case further deferred until to-morrow. In re estate of Chas. Brenig, deceased. Probate of will. A. S. Hartwell and Cecil Brown for proponent ; V. V. Ash ford and A. Rosa for appellant. Appeal of the widow from decision admitting tho will to probate Decision is ren dered on motion to dismiss appeal. The appeal is dismissed. Kahananui vs. Ashford. Continued on oral motion of defendant to Monday next, 2Sth inst. Mung Chun vs. Ilenrv J. Nolte. Trespass. W. R. Castle for plaintiff; defendant m person. Vaiver of lury filed and allowed. Kanakanui vs. F. L. Leslie. Assump sit. W. O. Smith and W. C. Achi for plaintiff; P. Neumann and A.Rosa for defendant. Tried before a mixed Ha waiian and foreign jury. Still on when the Court adjourned at 5 :18 till 1) :30 to morrow morning. Honolulu Engine Company No. 1.I1SE ATTENTION ! AN ADJOURNED MEETING of the Company will be held THIS THURSDAY EVEN ING, January 21, 1SS9, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of important busi ness. A full attendance of 'members is kindly requested. By order of the Foreman. B. OUDKNSTE1N, 21-lt Secretary. Great Trained Animal AND- NOVELTY SHOW! Late of I T. Barnum's Great Show York, U. S. New Xicol's Block, Fort Street Under the Grand Water-proof Tent, WILL EXHIBIT For a Short Season Only! Commencing Jan. 25th, and continuing Everv Even's & Saturday Matinee The Wonderful Miniature Do Circus, 2 Consisting of a troupe cf the smallest and most beautiful Trained Dogs in the World! Wonderful Jugglers and Knife Throwers ! FUNNY COMEDIANS, CHAMPION CLOG DANCERS, MUSICIAL SPECIALTIES ! Vocal Celebrities, Comic and Sentimental Singers, Funny Act and Side-splitting Afterpiece. Admission. Children. . . Matinee f 1 00 50 .2o and 50c !l-3t A special interest attaches to the Paris Exposition in the fact that no monarch ical country will be officially represented therein. Although industries have no politics, or are presumed to have none, the monarchs ot" EurojK? have thought it wise not to encourage the republican show at Paris. Possibly it was this fact which induced the House Committee on Foreign Affairs to instruct Mr. Morrow to report a joint resolution making an additional appropriation of $50,000 to defray the expenses of the American exhibit. The United States is the only first-class power taking part as a Govern ment, and it was held tc be our duty to make the republican exposition a success as far as possible. The entire tum ap propriated was $300,000. The managers promise the finest exposition ever given in Europe. San Francisco Call. Wannamaker's Establishment. No one should visit Philadelphia with out seeing the establishment of John Wannamaker. A day cannot be more pleasantly spent. He keeps mostly everything mentionab'e : Stationery, books of all kinds, clothing, dress-goods, carpets, furniture, tin-ware, millinery, confectionery, etc. His building is three stories high, and covers a block of ground. He employs 3,500 persons in his retail department, and has over 50 delivery wagons. In holiday seasons hi3 help numbers five thousand persons. He employs more women than men. In fact, the majority of salesmen in all dry and fancy-goods stores in New York and Philadelphia are women. Wannamaker also employs 434 traveling salesmen and 200 clerks in hi3 wholesale department, which is run under the name of Hood, Banbright & Co. The building is six stories high and covers half a block. They can handla and pack $100,000 worth of goods iu a day. The annual sales of the retail department is $13,000, 000, and the wholesale, $12,000,000. The retail house is only exceeded by one other establishment, and that is in Lon don. He has a restaurant in the base ment of his establishment, where it is said they furnish as good a meal as can be had in the city. He also has a boarding-house, reading-room, etc., for his em ployees. Wannamaker is withal a princely advertiser. His announce ments are among the most prominent features of the Philadelphia daily news papers. Ml Abso!ute!y Pure. .For quick raising, the Koyal Baking Powflerls superior to all of her leaveni nj? agents. It is ab solutely pure ard -wholesome and of the highest lea veiling joer. It i3 always uniform in strength anil quality and never faHa to make light, sweet, n:o8t palatable and nutritive food. Bread, l;scuits, muffins, cake, etc., raised with Royal Bakiiig Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate digestive orniM. It will keep in any climato Without deterioration. Prof. H. A. tott, U. S. Government Chemist, afte examining officially tho principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Iioval Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have bo found It in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. 'Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reaou dependent upon the prorer of the same, and the method of its the Koyal Baking Powder is nn- edly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Dr. HEXItY A. MOTT, Ph. D.," E 1221-ly V. S. Government Chemist. GEO. A. AMSDEN, Piano & Organ Tuner & Repairer. Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.'s Store promptly attended to. Both Telephones No. 190. 21-1 w TO LET. THE FKEMISES ON KING street, next door to the corner of Fort street, will be to let on the first day of May next. jTlS?""Term3 liberal. Inquire of 10-3m 1IENKY WATERllOUSE. rhe Onl v hat will cure REMTOT lsllectncity. iy,l I'Ikhcf s SKWl H WXHha tno only r LKnRic l Rrs-. in ihe world. t'uiuiets maila frp. . 1.. l. V o. . u-5 sic to !rt. ban I- ra.ncisoo.Ciil. Ca- Firewood For Sale! S8 per Cord, AT CHR. GERTZ' S 20-1 m 80 FORT STREET. NOTICE. AY HETIKA3. W. S. LUCE. OF HONOLULU, has tti day md an assifrnmnt of all his property to the undersigned, for the benefit of bis creditors, notice is hereby given to all par ties owiug aai W. S. Luce to raake immediate payment, and any persons having claims against W. S. Luce are req'.iested to pre. eat theui at once at the office of W. S. Luce, Merchant street, Honolulu. J. F. HACK1ELD, J. HOTIXO, 11. FOCKE. Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1S33. 18C-lm y rROYAL5S5'0i3ji S tfSf Notice of Copartnership. Hawaiian Transfer Co. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING PUR 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 Draying and Express business of "all kinds. DtyTelephone office at No. 75 King St., next door to Robt. More's. Bell 160 Telephones Mutual 565. EST All kinds of carting faithfully and promptly attended to; furniture removed and carefully handled; always on hand on arrival of steamers. If yon want a wagon or dray you wi'.l find it to vour advantage to ring up either of our telephones. J. W. MrGl IRE, 10-lm J. McQUEEN. HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES ! On Tuesday & Thursday January 2tth and 31st, PATIE jtCE OR, BUNTIIORNE'S BRIDE, .Esthetic Opera by XV. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Complete "with Full Chorus and Orchestra. Doors open at 7:30; commence at 8. Trices as XJsxtoI. Box office will open at J. E. Brown A Co. 'a on Monday, at 9 a. m. EJ Books of words of the Opera will be sold in the Theatre at 10 cents a copy. Ull(lerwriters, Notice. ATTHEbKAS, a number of fires iiaving tt lately occurred In buildinRs vacant and unoccupied, "he Board of Underwriters deem it their duty to call attention or policy noiaers in these Islands to the clause contained In the polic, the substance of uhich reads as follows: ""o liability shall exlnt under this policy for loss on any vacant or unoccupied buildings, un ions consent for sucn vacancy or non-occupancy be hereon endorsed; provided, that dwellings may remain vacant not exceeding ten days without such endorsement." We therefore recommend the observance of the above condition of insurance. By order of the Board of underwriters. F. A. SCUAEFER, C. O. BEROER, President. Secretary. Honolulu, Dec. 18, 1888. 180 1250-lm MULES! TO ARRICE EX. BKTNE. "FOREST QLEE2T now on the way, 30 HEAD LARGE YOUNG MULES. AIho a FK1V HOUSES. All specially selected for this Market and For Sale at Lowest Market Rates. For further particulars, Apply to E. R. MILES, Haw'n Hotel Stables, Honolulu, H. I. wl250-lm dlS2-12t The Eisdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Beat and Howard Streets, San Francisco California W. H. TATLOR President R. S. MOURE Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all its branches. Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines k Boilers, High Pressure or Compound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, Tvith hulls ot ood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con structed with reference to tne traae in wnicn thev are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Maying Machinery made tf ter the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable ien,?tns ior connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work beins far superior to hand work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating lumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Apents and manufacturers for the Pacific Coast of the Home Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for Irrigation or rltv works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any pump. other J. JT. S. Williams Honolulu Room N'o. 3, upstairs, Spreckels Block. il-Jm Agent for ths Hawn. Islands. Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. jSTo. IT Emma Street. o The undersigned beits to inform the publlo of these Islands that he is making: Shirts by measurement. Directions for self-measurement will be siven on application. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit Guaranteed by making a sample Shirt t every order. Island erders soUelted.1 O V. tW Kelt Telephone 410. GEO. "W. LINCOLN, TMIE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN THE FIELD AS A CON JL tractor, and is now better prepared to do any and all kinds ot 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 expenses nnd still retain plenty of room to do any and all kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that may be entrusted to my care, I am enabled to do the same at verv low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at tho same tiino bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all is worth doing well. Thanking the public for past favors, I remaiu respectfully yours. 65 YETH'S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT Contains ail the nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it is FREK from all stimulating effects. NOT .A. BEVERAGE. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in tho Malt Extract as Com pared with Malt Liquors: English small beer Lager beer (Brooklyn). Malt extract (Wyeth's) The Manufacturers, Messrs. Jno. Wyeth & Bro., rhil., have appointed BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3m B.F.EHLERS &d Co., fust Kecelred EUROPEAN AND HOLIDAY GOODS Also, Complete Stocks NOTICE OF MR. EHRLICII begs to public in general, that the "TEMPLE OF FASHION" is moving to the CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS, and will be ia order for business ON SATURDAY MORNING, December 29, 188S. fOKGANIZEI) 1850.J The Manhattan Life Insurance Company o New "5Toik. tZT Assets om 911,000,000. t3" Net Surplus over 82,000,000. O POSITIVE RESULTS Of a Policy in the Manhattan Life on the New Plan. Age, 30; amount of Policy, $10,CC0; term, 20 years. Ths Annual Premium will be 8 301 SO The 20 payments vrill amount to 6,036 OO At the end of that time the Company "will return to the holder in cash.... 6,700 OO Thus the flO.OOO Insurance will have been secured at the net cost for 23 years of only 336 OO or $ I.f8 for ?1.000 insurance per year, or If the Cash be not drawn the Policy will become paid up for 1 0,050 OO These results are not estimated, but are fixed in a Positive Contract, the full fr nf thf T'nlirv meanwhile Leinc ravable in is no forfeiture of payments on ibcontinuance of policy after three years, a Cash or raid up Value being Guaranteed by the Terms of the New York Law. For examples at other ages, and also on the 10 and 15 years' plans, write or apply at the Office 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. JOH"l3" II. PATY. Fet. &'tr i235-tf M. MELLIS. li uty. v. Akohol. 2g; Wter. 32 2.4 C4.4 2.S 2.8 4.4 2.54 15.0 82.48 SOLE AGENTS FOR THE II AWN ISLANDS. a Full Line of- TOYS, DOLLS, o in Every Department. REMOVAL! inform his numerous patrons and the the event cf the death of the assured. Th