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SYDNEY, NEW. SOUTH WALES;
fiiHK v x i e rs ie o. i krc ii a sts a f
1 M'bNCV ARK
Open to Heceive Consignments" of Produce,
And to recfpmeare bosines lirtirwa tjinrj arM Honolulu.- ..
l.mmJom firm ' WILUA, LLOYD CO.
MlMUlY, LLOYD CO.,
IIS Cannon Strut.
. ... -ortUn.l,
w. E. iSTEBibca,
a. P. KTrjrrr,
ili Froo in- Fraociaeo.
LEVEEIDGE, WADHAMS & CO..
(nv T:sons t sxeatii.)
W li o les iv 1 c Gr ro c e r-
Forwarding' and Commission. Merchants,
Attention paid to Con.l?nmf nls sf
dwirh l.fnwd l'rslacc. , ly
II. V. SKVER..ME & to;,
General Shipping & Commission
?I L' IlCHAMr),
40. or7 S(rfJ, rcrnr r.f Wiy St., Francisco.
' Artckland. New Zealand.
GVAnum Tiio.r.-vi:, ji:.,
SUIPPIC JD tEAFRiL C0JIM1SSI0X ! ACE5T.
XT All descriptions of Mercantile Interests attended to.
lr A teal for the PaciSe Iiwoninc( Co. of Sydney, S. 8. W.
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Co 111 iiiission 171 ere I in 11 Is,
Victoria, Vasesnwr's lalaatd.
Tf.1t. PaaticIartceUoa paid toojosimneots efSaod
Islan4 Frodaaa. . . . '
Victoria. V. 1 January 1,1363.
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
' ' AND AOKNTS OF '
PACIFIC BARREL AND KEG COMPANY
Arvprepaml to furnish Krg an. Barrel Shkeip
any aantity required, and resiectfally solicit consignments of
M(tars aud islaad Pr-Uuce. , ' : :.
Mrr. Bishop ft Co
11. Hacked Co -
' laaue Cooke......... .
No. 403 California Street. San Francisco.
IX VUUO.V &, AUSTIIV, v
Merchants & General Commission Agents,
"'; 8YD5ET, N. 8. W.
K7 A ireiivral asurssaiwi sf Ship- Chaadlery, Ships' Stores
aaU all kinds o W haling; Gear on hutnA.
JT7" Orders sapplled at the short est aotice and lowest rates.
tr Whalers' Bills of Kichar.ga negotiated oa the mnetfaror
ahi terms. 735 ly
assay i.situu, hisbt r. SLasciAav, cass. a. moboak.
WILLIAMS, BLASCHAnD & CO.,
No. 218 California Street,; ' '
JJl&tm SJSf FRJXCISCO.
Mccracken, merrill, &. Co.,
n AVlXC BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent has inc. for npsrards of serea years, and1 being'
locateit in a are proof nricit bauding, we are prepared to receiye
and disposeof Island staples. such as Sugar, Rice, Syrups, Pola.
C.. alvanuge. Coo.iftHi.enta especially sorted
fo, the Orrion n.arke to which personal attention will be paid,
awl spun which cash advances wiU be mads when required.
Sss Fasscinco RRrcasscss-.
Ba.leer k Llndetibers'i-r, . J. u. Patrick Co.. .'
Fred. IketK W. T. Coleman & Co., ' J
Vie ven, linker h. Co. ....
. . PitaTLax Retcjisscss:
Allen k Lewis. Ladd A Tiltoa. Leonard & Green
Uosolclc Rarsasscas: . .
715 Walker A Alien. ly
i. ' 1 i j'
9. c. McaaiLL. '--' ' jriis arucin
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
. 204 and 200 California Street," ' '
3 jx. xx 3?iTjCV,rapisco.
AUiO, AGEMS OP THE . , .
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particolar-itUotion given to the sale and prtrchass ol aier
ehandUe, ships' business, suspiring whalestups, negotiatinf
XT All freisht arrivine: at Saa Francisco, ty or to the Ilo
. nolalu Line of rackets, will he furwar Jed nicor coaiustua.
.ItT Eichangcon Ilornilolu bought and sold. XS ,
5!--r. C. U Rirhrd A Co... ..Honolulu
II. Uackfeld A Co m
-O. Brewer A Co.,
RUhop A Ci....
!r. R. W. Wood.-......,
: Hoa.B. H. Allen i
:4 . ir
1 c. r..
...... k. H. wiNmicsraa.. ........T
V MAIN 5c WINCHESTER,
1 MsarrscrrBKBs ass TpoarK3 er ''
Ilarnpss, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
;v . ,, coLUts, siDPLniT ;TmE,.ie.,
14 anal 2I Battery St., San Frassclac
V. B. Good assortment Concord Stage Harness ceosUntly
ms oaaa. . ... : . .711 jy
; CROSSE. & BLACK WELL'S ;
Celebrated Oilmen's Stores
all ,of! s u p e k i o ii 'q, u A i. it r
PICKLES, SACCEa, 8YBCP8, .
JAMS, 13 TLBS AXD JABS, ; - .
: : 1 OBAXaS MARMALADX. i '
TART FRCTTS, "DESSERT FRCTTi'
.. . MCSTARD, VLSEQAR,
POTTED MKAT3 AS FISH.
PRUEETKn FRESH SALMON.
EIPPEBF.D SALM0M AND HERRCiOS. V "
PICKLEB i SALMON r ,: . .
FRESU ASD LOCOrrXK HEBJUJOS. .
-. i FBXEO-SOUS. : Y-f
FRESn AKTi TrfDOX HALDOCKS.' '4 '
PURE SALAD OIL. V . . . -' ;
SOUP, IX PIST AVD QUART TIX3. .
PRESERVED MEATS IV TINS, ' ! !
i .PRESERVED CAMS AND CIIEESE. .''
.;'.' 'rRESERiVED BACON. :,;,.',...
.. jOX FORD AND CAMBR1DOK 8ACSAQC. :
BOLOONA EACSAGE. '
' ' YORKSHIRE GAME PATES.
YORKSHIRE PORK PATK3.
.1 j. : w. . G ALLAMTUiES.. . n J .. .; '
- c.TONOTJES, BRAWX, POCXTBY. : . !
if : fLCM FUDDINaS. , '
LEA A PKRBrjJ-s WORCEaTERiniRK FAUCX.
frrsA spis F (A awscs may aJwatt ft, la ran, rrrry
Sfrt keeper throughout Ac WtU.. .
' : CAUTIOM. r
To prevent the fraud or refilling the bottles or jars with satire
prod actions, they should ineariablf be dettroued
when empty. -
Goods shsoM always be examined onoa delivery, to detxt any
- attempt at subatitatioa ol articles of infevior brands.
, CROSSE & DLACKVELL, V
prBVEYORS TO THE QUEEN. THK KMPEROR OF THE
FRNCiI, AND. TnK KINO OF TUK 8KLGIAN3,
Solio Squaro, Zsondou..
. At the PaKs ExhlMtion 'of 1887, THREE Prise Medals were
awarded to CROdSE A BLACKWELL, (or the marked supe
riority of their prod art ion. 7'JS ly
YANKEE KOTIOKS, - FAffCY GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS. " ' '
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
. HOSIERY, ZU-nXK WOOL. Ac., 4c. . j- "
HAVING RESIDENT BITERS IV THE
East and io Faroie. and being in direct communication
with the fMhufafUircfl. we are enabled to get boods oo the
beat terma sua to sell accordicgly. ...
; Our Stock i the Largest on the Pacifio"
J Coast, ami we invite On .
i Especial attention of ilonolola merchant
i,.,, .'.loan examination of tlieunt; - - i iir
Particular attention given to Orders, f
. . . -. TOWN, DIXON A DAVIS30N,
. Corner Sutter k Sansorae StreeU ;
o29 ' Sa u Fraacii'ca. Cala.
. (PR MAIL 8TAMKB ' ;, : j , ,:
At Cheapest iRntes.
b. wicHOLSorj & co.,!
Silk; 'Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
" , (Wholesale and KeUil) " "' " '' '
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters, -
. '" SOTO S2 SL. PAUL'S CHLUCUYARD.
( Corner of C7ieausle.) ; . London.
Ei bli.hr 1 18 13.
TKVITE THE ATTENTION OF FAMILIES
M. residing abroad, to their Illustrated 120 page catalogue,'
containing MI particulars as te Woolen, ?ilfc anii Cotton Goods
of every description. ' , ' ;
Ladies' .Clot biag, Llama, Hosiery, G levee,
. Ribboea, Haberdaaherf, Jewrllcrr, &e
Contractors for Military and Police Accoutrement.'
J Household Furniture, Musical Instruments, Ironmongery,
tire arms, Agricultural Implements, Cutlery, Uarriages,
Saddlery and Harness, Uls and hoes. Wines.
A ie Beers, Preserved provisions, Matfboery,
Books. Tors. Ac. Ac.
- ". . : -fhi;Td at Lowest Export PrioA.
Sol Agents for the -41 Warsser" uu J the "Britannia" Sewing
Machines for the City of London. .- .!'.- 'I
Foreign Produce disposed of fur a Commission, of 2i per CeoU.
Price List post fixe.
to. NICHOLSON A Co.,
SO, 51 and 52 8t. Panl's Churchyard, London.
TERMS : Not les than 60 per cent, to accompany Indents
and Balance against Bills of Lading. - 029 6m
W. K. LKVKISIDGS,
A, P. KVKKtTT, - ,
LEVESIDGE, EVERETT & CO.,
Forwarding & Com mission Merchants
316 front street, cokner commercial,
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Prod ace.
i 02J ly
& pi: tiRirvs
DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS
- c TO RW TUB . j '
cyxcrxLTsr' good sa.tjci3!
stx I I ! I , . . . J .1
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
The success o( this Boost delicious arid unrivalled Condiment
Bavins; caused certain dealers to apply tbe name of " Worces
tershire Psace'' to their own inferior cotnpoands, the- PuWlc is
hereby informed thai the only way to secure the genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE,
and to see that their names are npon the terapper, labels,
ttapptr nA ttottlt. i- . . . t i -
iknne of the ftireipn markets having beeq supplied with a
spnrioos Worcestershire Sauce, upon the wrapper and labels of
which tue names of Lea sne Perrins hare been- forired. L. and
P. rive notice that they bare famished their corresDondeuU
i Z. Y a" Tv o procee-iings against
I tSS" ""Jr ayieb, or any other Imitations
t b r'K 1,1 LC inIr,"K'1- . -
with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against
Ask for LEA A PERRIX? SALCK aa-1 see Name on TA'ian.
' . per. Label, BoUl, and Stopper. - - -
, Wholesale and for hi port by the Proprietors. Worcester;
Crosse and Blackwell, London, tc, Ac; and by Grocers and
Oilmen aniseisally. 1
n ly , TDEO. TJ. DAVIES, Agent, Honolulu.
QlIfK TLME LI) (HEAP FARES
' ' ." fKosi ..
The Ilnvinainn lslnnds,
Australia, China and Japan,
. ' ..- j' ' ' ; i : ... . . '
mim AND LIVERPOOL !
THEGEiAT, TEANS-CfJNTINENTAL ,
' ! ALhUAHi'lioCTE. via ; 1 !
lo ENT.R A L A l D tl N I O II
f. . - . ;
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13 NOTF IN COMPLETE BCNNINCl ORDER"1-' '
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F U O Jl ..SAN F R A IV CISCO
. )T0 THE ATLANTIC SEA BOARD.
EXPRESS TRilXS LEAVE
SAN FRANCISCO IA ILY. mskine rromvt connectfdna
rth the several Hallway Linos In the Eacr States, for ALL
THK CITIES OF T11K I'NITKD 8XATK& ANU CANADA,
nu v-ouutxitug iv ax t ion a wild intr wwrzii ciumer IvIOCS
Io KSOLAXD, FKANCK, and ALL tVKOPKAN PUUXd.
. . . - . ... .i:. ii
Through Time going Kast-i-From . San Frame isco toOmslia,
4 days and 6 hours ; to Chicago, & days and 6 hoar.;. to New
York, o days and 20 hours.
8fljYBR PALACE FLEKPING COACHES, second to none
in the world. 'are run daily from Fan Francisco, to New York,
arv intermediate-points. These IrrawinR-Koom Cars t,y daY,
sod Sleeping; Cars by sight, ar unexoeled for cooirortand
convenience to the Passenger while en rbute combinir g the
elesanee of A private parlor and all sceomitoiWhrlions pertaining
to a well-faro is hed chamher, with comfortable Coaches, Clean
Bedding, etc. A competent Porter accompanies each Car to
attend ro the. wants o( our patrons. . ...) : . i t j
. CbUdren not over twelve (12 years of age, Half Fare , akjer
live (5) years of age, rasa.
' 100 pounds of Baggage, per adult Passenger, rRKK. ' ;
.' M poands of Baggage, per Child betsacea A and 12 years f
Extra Baggage, over 100 noonls, between Sucramento and '.
Omaha, earwncy, $1 per poonde. -' :
THROCGH TICKET OFFICE,
415 CAIsirORUlA STIVBET,
- -i - 8AN FRANCI9CO.' ' " - : '
;-. .t .1;- ' . -n j , .! I-''"'. ,.;' c.
THROCOa FRKIGBTS. from-. Sna'.FniDClsco to Nsw York.
and outer Eastern ciUes, ccntracled through, at LOW.RATtii.
.tJ Mark Goods 44 Cars (J, P., R, B.. ; ,.,( t v-t--
I'-'A. N. TOWNE, OenSnpt 6. P.R'.'rt. v !
T. H. Ooodms, Geo. Passenger Agewt, .
- - .! f .: -i t SBorasBento, CaL
. v C. O. HAMMOND, Geo. SopU U. P. &. R. :
Faas. CoLTOS. Oea. Passenger Agent,
'744Sfsi "J ; l- - ' i -' Omaha,' Nebraska. I
r. if. : c.n t .". : ji ci '
AGENTS OF THE PCL'LOA SALT
WORKS orTer for sale by the Baa-. Barrel or Canro. either
Table, Dairy or Coarse Salt. The Salt rrom, these Works fs of
superior qnality, and can be had at reasonable rates an appit
atioflto CL L. RICHARDS 4- CO-. ,
, .? am i . ... -..i :.: . , .-. :f Aents-j
: ' ' . i.i .
Just Received ex lolani,
r " . ; . t ti .:' i ' - . : : . .- t-fr. "
And for sale by
CASTLE A COOKE.'
CHELSEA LAU N DRY,
Coraer f Qaeen Had RieharJs- Street.;
u : i To tho IjadlosJ ,-
FtrTIXG! rLlTTAG ! AXT RIHPIXC ,T0SE
; , -J 1 ' to order. .''
Beddins, Towels, Kapkimi,' and 'all Unstarched Clothing dona
at Reduced Bates. " , 4
Crau' asd Silpa Work Solicited. '
,' XT Wagon inatteadance. B.' II. LYON. -,. '
740 Cm proprietor.
Chart of the World, '
ON MERCATOR'S PLA, AND' PUB
lished in Gotha. One of Hie liest and most correct charts
to be had, rilnj all the reeent discoveries. - Price $10, on mil
I ers. Forleby (ol :'jn) II. M. WHITNEY.
vs. - j r ,r
Matrimony Under Difficulties.
v .. . .
A correspondent of the San Francisco Dutetht,
writing, from.lhe Connecticut yalley, discourses
thus qu matters mafriinocial :
" " One" of tlie eenBatibns on the way was a' weJ
J!ng oh the- top of Alonnt Holjoke, an eminence
ahooKtixl feet above the Connecticut rirer am
overlooking .its banks.' :Tbere r liave: been vrcd-
dix)gn in balLxjne and in tbe Alanimoth , Cave ; I
believe there was once a wedding in Bergen tun
nel on the'Erid Raihva. and it'not unrrequentlv
haf'J'ens- that parties are 'joined in hafpy or
unhappy njatrimony on railway traine, nd on
eteaiuboats.' A jfew. yeni-fl .ago, I Ireard -of
romantic couple that waotcd to be married at.the
BDund-bottom ol Iong Ibland iu uiv.ing bell used
n irrwl'in,! N.mrjinV III If f I.I Ti. .t -Tl1
.,j o - t r . V r -
A f.Taimirtnn trhrt V 1 1 1 1 1" IsiiTA tli f 1 Lr t iri.inir 111
a v.ciiuc. . o-""-
a uirccnon me rerenn; ui iitr.iircii;iru.- iiie
ij- If II. I T ,. .... '
weauinz on Blount iiihu.v w.to eomcviimi, to-i;
,.. 1 j " 1 , 1
ruuuuc,.i.u y wllu " cmiracters ana Jignc cornea-, i am not, as uiuKa- ( fc- t 000 t of TbiJ Ia!st ujanufao-
f harrx.ns ltho ladywho lost h dent,fy and TOUie riow t u6cd to be, but I etiU may be able j ?uri a' fertiIizer froiil its cake and other mate
i bra-nine Mrs. Somebodv. was the daucbter of the ; u ...
. ' . .
I man. who keeps the hotel on the top of the
mountain. Ibe whole party, clergyman, friends,
j invited guests, wedding 'presents.'-dinner, and"
i accompan3'in documents were drawn in carriages
to the foot ot the mountain and then hoisted up
an inclined plain to tlie summit of the mountain.
How is that for high? " . ; .
'. A WEDDING fXDER CONFUSIONS.,-.
I somewhat fear that tbe married pair who
were' launched into . the very uncertain sea ofi
matrimony will bo in1 doubt as to who is who
when thev come to settle down into the plain
4 business of life. The lady's name is Frances,'
though she is known-ainoDg her friends aa Fanny,
but in swinging her off, the clergyman had io do
the enuare thins and call her Frances, and the
III 1 (irt Li 1 lli iitiiui jo vtiui.u A iuu&i Lub L i i o name
his parents gave him is Francis, and' the officiat
ing dominie could nt go bark: ot it, and be went
through his duliculty as serenely as 'a burglar
would go through an empty house and never so
muh as winked, when he said " You Fraucis,
take.Frances to be your Liwful and wedded "
I declare, I have forgotten which way it was,
'only' 'I know "that the theory was that one of
them took the other for better and worse, and I
hopo it wdl 'not prove a great o!eal worse than
1. ... in ii .1 1 . ;
ueiicr. Aoea mere wits auouicr uuiuBasantsiiu-
ation , about the afiair. and U.at is the hue between Us. - Uenerar, you must-make hasle and get
two towns runs through the middle of the house, weJ1 for Traveler (his favorite horse) is gettino
and as the law says the marriage license must be azj ana J0 WUBt ive hiiu exercise."
taken out in the town where the parties are It,.,,;; nni, 4i.-o-e.i..vi ..p :t.i
IJiailCJUa ftlJt. J IJtlV IU Utttn n UHV rVlUU VU Tk UtiVA
more , than nil that, the line ran through the
middle of, the parlor, .selected as the place of
execution, and this made things awkward,; , But
they made a place for the paison in a bay window
and nut the culprits in front of him.'. This nut them
I fairly in South iiadley; Massachusetts, and in
the semicircle of spectators, somewhere in South
lladley, while some were in plain lladley without
any South. If the bridegroom. ever cornea home
with a brick, in his chupeau, I.dou'tj believe he
will be able to tell how and where be .was mar
ried and which of themwas married to the other.
A MICT1 MARRIED MAN.
While my mind is on marriages the printer
will see that my hand is unsteady and as blind as
a fish from the Mammoth Cave. T will tell you
of a very odd sort of wedding that happened Out
in Minnesota and Iowa, for it happened in both
of these States eight or ten years ago. - A settler
named Jenkins, lived in Minnesota just over the
line from Iowa. A wandering timber-man named
Preston had taken a fancy to Jenkins' daughter..
lie concluded at length to marry her, and as
Mary and pa were willing, all tlie backwoods
neighbors were invited at the proper time. Old
Jenkins did the-thing up handsome, iri the .way
of supper, and by nine or ten o'clock all except
ine . nevriy married ones ana tne , rairson were
reasonably and fairly drunk. The parson wasn't
over sober as old Jenkins had forced him to
swallow a whisky punch,'. which acted on his
' unaccustomed nerves, and made his head ibel like
a steam Faw-mill with all the modern improve
ment.'.' While in this condition somebody inti
mated that he wasn't a regular square-toed,
ocdaincd minister, :but ouly an exhorter, who
had; no business to go around marrying people.
The love of truth and the effects of the whisky
niado him acknowledge the corn at once, but he
excused himself on the ground that he thought it
would - be just as well, and besides there was no
viu '" "Jrtu uuu vtiicu no jcanieu ine '
situation, he flew, around like a schoolboy with a j
I 111 I I. . n . 1 9 U 1 I J 1 I
nornet in nis trowr-era leg. 1'reston and his bride
had retired., up the ladder, to. the loft that con
stituted their weddiug chamber aud had been left 1
to themselves for half an hour or more. Jenkins
mounted the ladder and yelled to them to come
down, and imparted tlie astounding information
that they were not married at all. lie explained
the situation, and as soon as the pair could dress
they descended ooking as sheepish as one could
imagine. Among the assembled guests there
was ti justice of the peace and he was induced by
the payment of the usual fee to epiicc the couple !
according. .tow the" legal form. .When .the cere-
mony was over, thero were fresh drinks ali round. !
andIr. aijd JJJrs." Preston ' weni up stairs to.-bed ;
with the inforuRitjon from Preston that he would I
p.uta Jiead on that swindling pursoa (who.luid
Bat the whisky inmches, and the conversation
j on tlie ufiiiir led to a new revelation. ,,The house !
was In Minnesota and tlie justice who had "per- i
jjyruicu iiu ceremony was a justice Ol . t"e. peace
i for Iowa, aud tlierelbre he was of no .account in i
anouir-fMate die- nimsen tola HK'nkinsei ' the '
; Btate of affairs and then there wrs another 6ccne :
up the ladder the Jatter went and called out in a T
.s. vr.ss uv m Ua J A a. VI J
C.4! GifcAfph6th..offypu an'oT.lcrihii down ikcre I
again. You aint married. !!
r4.4 Uld fmatV Tton he.caiqe uyear the
top of the ladder,' if yohiAlo'n't clear but and
leave ,Mary-.-4rud. nio alone. I'll . iuet. break ,.vor
heatl. There's been enoufih of this' yere Toolinc
already."" '' ' ' - lt' ' ' ' ' ' y h
' JcnliraTbacked d step r two? dowa the-ladtler j
ana ptuicjca wtn his son-in-law i the result was
that the twain acain came down tlie laddr-r nml
the whole party went down the road about half a
nuleQ-Ahe.jurisdictipn, of tlie justiqe where le
prohounecd them mannad wife, this time certain,
sure. It .was - sometime past -midnight when
William IVeslOn Esq l accompanied by Mrs.
iPsceton, to whoiB hewas Vgally.marriofl, mousted
the ladder to the Joft -of tlie mansion of Mr.
Jenkins, and retired to the rest which by that
time Uieyhert much neeMed. whiles their i'riends
ib the room Below proceeded to get as druntc as i
the quality of the backwoods'whifiky Vould allow,
and it will-allow n glvat deal.
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Hiss Claflin, the' Brokered Interviewed.
" Miss Fanny -Claflin, of the New York firm of
Woodhull & Claflin, was in' Cincinnati, tl .otlier
day, and below will beufbund some interesting
notes of a conversation she bad with a reporter
ofhe:er;r r yr yj 'fTj
It is about a year ago since we opened our
bank on Broad street, and went to dealing in
stocks on Wall street. People 6aid : 44 Why,
ain't you afraid "to be -mixing in down there
wbeif tKAe1nchig"but 'iagn? B Weajo.:
44 Ko what do we care for men ' " Tfi"ere are five
sisters of us myself, Tennie, and three vother6
and we all work.: Jlr. -lierniett'' invited n to nep
him, and he said he felt like assrstihg'tis, because
we were eminently practical women and deserved
success." Would you 'believe it, sister Tennie is
Mr. Bennett's family physician, and bo she is
Commodore Vandei-bilt's? .Forjbeipg a doctress
I am sure there is nothing wrong in that. Ten
nie doctored . some. of. the best people in New
York, including ex-Mayor Kingsley, Sve are
isolated arid cfatff fata, socity, feat what 3yw
care for society 7.- hy,-1 came near. committing
6uicide,.when a.jittle girl, because.4 .found out
bow corrupt my sefr'waa. Or?,a'bave4irri idea
of the corruption, and evil of the female heart.
You would be surprised if I were - to tell you
what J tknow . of society, jn Iwe.w .York the
drunkenness,- the-well, no aiatter Only k short
time ago there was an effort made among the
ladies of that city .tp raise, a sum of money-for
boooa tharitable -purpose, k One Christians lady
tnought she conia raise a larger sum t nan any
body else by calling npon the keepers of bad '
houses. She visited one, and the proprietress
said to her t -' 44 Why didn't' yoiv kry ti aie.' tno '
before I came to this?, I was left a widow with ;
children and an aged mother to support. I have J
giyen them brc?id, butj am not sSere because '1
wish to bet Nowyoo fxime-ht.-W'to ttsk'tfle for :
my dishonored monev."- 1 heard of that jncident '
and went and' hunted' tip ' the womari,"'irocured j cai
her a home, and tdaeedbor where-she could earn i
an honorable living.' That's4 tiiV kind of lfc I i
prujxjut- ut ii-jiu. rur uuin iiur iir.iiiy 01 my ar- i
rioaintawse. cut mo, amld : jyoune : dy in
i ticular was- very ruvage ; on -me. 1 told he de
tiwrirR in mir lmnlf to keen Ilia eve n that vir
tuous young, lady lie did boT and tracked her to
two aseignatiou houses in lee than a week. Tal
about women purifying everything when they get
the ballot,' i have lived in the ' Eaat nearly all
the time,' ahd onfy .'used to' pay vk-us ? to the
family) whets they "lived here, to see father and
the rest of them. I was dealing' in stocks in
Wall street in 18G3, and made money at it.
Merely opened Our house down on 'Broad street
because our business . increased so. ... niien we
ifcm, went into Wall street to buy stocks in our
: firm nmnp. we: could hardlv catch, anvthinu : be-
. thev ail knew that Vanderbilt was backing (
; U5 that telit us' up'. ' I
urv i ti tie on t Me since
' ir . J . . .1 . c ' . .1. II-. J. - r.
uiKf nna p'iiyeu inrougu me ei, u ict jc.wo
J J . T . I
inder an assumed name. I left tlie stage
- l.enj,,, f t rr .s-.r-. nie hii. neuer. but I exnect to
" t- r
, h:eif to it thisr l ull '1 s ball assume' lanicce
it th.fflail.' 1 shall assume- lanKce
I t" - - .
I W DUWCIM
General Lee's Last Illness.
Lee, as' I obtained them from those about him in
his lat hours, are Ktibstantsallv these On ed-
nesdayj Sept. 28th, he was at A'a64ngton, tjojlpgej
a.l .-.t' A JM- - .'. lr ' 'i .1
auu uoouti tue streets utugeutiy attenumg. to toe
duties of the presidency. During tlie afternoon
he-presided at a meeting of the vestry "of , the
r T , t t t nn
.courcu in woicu no vt as a couimunicani. . iiience u
he went home, partook of a light tea, and, while !
sitting surrounded by his family, he was attacked
with stupor, becomin": speechless and RO'con-
tinuing during" the- night. ' In the morning he,
seemed better, and ho?s were entertained that'
it was only- a 'tslighf !iuduytiini j&om'erybos
lie continued apparently to improve until Mon
day Oct. 3d. but spoke very little and that only
iri reply to'rjuestions as 'to how he felt? Tic did.
not seem as confident of recovery as his physicians
a r: i. u:. .-ii..-. i . -.i
aiiu iifcuus. ins in iji(ct, nowever, w as wttnout
a eloud -and he gave niTiny signs -thathe'knew
what was going-on around him.- On Saturday
i i. xt(t n.i.irpl !;, r.i,orr.,Tl r,a.i;
head, accompanied by a look that said as plainly
as words could say, that he had no hope of en
gaging again 10 ont-door recreation. , Si
-Monday found the General worse,' arid though
his buddeo demise was not anticipated, it was
thought best to telegraph lor his sons, (ien. Fltz-"
hughvtjen. Curtis and Lapt. Kobert Lee, to come
to his bedside. Before the message reached them
their father was dead., lie died at 9 o'clock on
Monday morning. The physicians who attended
him. in his last moments say that the remote
cause of his death was long continued depressing
influences incident to responsibilities resting upon
bim during tbe Ja6t year of the warf the disas
trous termination of the struggle in which all
his energies were enlisted, and the afflictions of
the South since. the surrender of the rebel army.
What he has gone through since few can know,
wlib' have hot seen how he has been burdened
with the sorrows of the whole people, who seemed
to'look to him as a father. lie has borne a calm
exterior, but the very fibres, of his hearthave
beea Wearing away by degrees, until At last they
have broken, and. tlie vital park. has -fled. His
physicians concur in. the opinion that he died
rather from mental than physical causes, declaring
tbat nis physical development was almost perfect,
and that there was. no, merely , physical, reason
wny ne soouiu noc nave uvea many years longer.
The immediate cause of his death, however, was,
they say, 44 mental and physical fatiguernducing
venous congestion of the brain, which, however,
did not proceed as far as apoplexy or paralysis,
but gradually .couBed . cerebral exhaustion and
death.?' . - - u - '
- - " . . -
iinnTII OPlTlIitflll OllfFI " Pni ft H
RURTH UtHMAN SnlP SOLO,
)..,! .1 ' . i ; I
. t .;.-....-
IMTOHAN BAItX R. W. WOOD,"
:ANB FOR BALE-BY
AFOMG & ACHOCIC.
ESTS BATHING TUBS (TEAK WOOD.)
NESTS ' C AJIPHOJl f TRUNKS, 1 i 4
illamlsr- liOpeifllUCrcilt SlZC,
MAM LA tfIGAK, Cl T TOPACtt), -K
. , ..
FINE OOLONG TEA!
- - -
Coxes 2ijo.JJ.iJ?e(i, , . . . .
' "Wftco Tea,
f ' 1
Boxes Souchong Tea,
, Bw.e So jar C)idy, Jpoxea A rrowrset,;
SUITS 'WHITE SILK' PA JAM A,
SUITS SKIN SILK PAJAMAS, " " '
, , '!'!'"' scita 'cotton pajamas.
Pes. White Grass Clotli, best qualify,
..... . . . . -
Pieces Blae Grass Cloth, ,...,.;. ,
Pieces White Pongee Silk, , , , .
t , ; Pieces BUck Satin, .. , ,;, , .( :
-y -. f.- Places Assorted Dress Silk,
Assortment Jewelry, Fancy Jewelry Boxes,
CHINA WARE AND FURNITURE.
,n i742 3tn - - . i
2 X :c;'JSL',JEC-'&. I
Expected per Ai J. Pope
, . , Fyom.Bromeri. i; 1. ,
A LARGE INVOICE OF C1GARSOFTHE
" followiog brands. - v vv;--
TIP. TOP,' ' '
c-8 3m For Sale by
, FLFR INKS, I .kJ.n
-J- t.t ... .'.i ii i. 'iti
PERLA DK LOS ANTILLOS.
II- UACKFELD St Cm.
RECEIVED PER . R. C. WYLIE,
FiivnisT iAEkiivA! tfoilOGixti
l l .'Atari For Sale lit Reduced. Prices,!!
y E. HOFFMANN.
FEW OF THOSE SUPERIOR
Received pet FALKINBCRGr and focSale by ,
:"ia72io Xr Qi Age.
OTHIX(C.VaS BEEN FOUXD Tb surI
Wi titer's Metallic1 Ipaiht J
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds. Buildines. Roofs. Boilers.
Iron or Wood-work exposed trf the changes' Incident to a trrpi-
- climate., Jt fs nu fri. suauts tiuuurt
rte.-fft and,, dene
For SaIe7h.oIesale dv C.'Brew'et & Co..
And at retail by all ertterprisinp dealers ic Paiutfi.
fT'I T . TT J i. P XT
xue i.esiugion, a., cuneBuuiiucni yi mc tlie ew Orleans' mills alone pay out S
York Trtbunt writes: ' ' x y i to the nlanter. It must. be. borne in mind
The facts in reeard to the last illness of Jeniirlthe. tjatttair receives his. prica kChi ein-houi-
f f !
v M Vicl,
there' are' three cotton seed oil
m;il. which made last voor about 100,000 gallons
of oil, and about 4,000 tons of ke, rl'he pwners
chiHr Hliat'Uhe burrinessis-'overdonTj ; "'that at
present the supply is greater than the demand
id y opinion is that as the. price goes down,; new
uses will be fbund'for 1t.'-v The various mills I
have vieited pay from $6 to'$I2 a ton for, eeed
A ton of seed yields 1,000 pounds of kernel, this
750 pounds of cake, from ,35, to 4q gajlons of;oil,
and 40 to 50 pounds of lint. This is of courpe a
rough estimate, but nearly, and insome cates,
perfectly accurate . ,
In New- O ilea ns there
arefi ve mills. The
irtrat t1& nrleane." does not hull its seed.
' . t.-- r... . ., i nnnnHo r
' ' w . - . '
, cake not m Vn.lna01e lor leed
i 0f geed per vcar.
The other four use 18,000
. 1 -;..Uh Xf,
T.I1IIM f ft I PNsrVTt I illlll 111! 1 aiS Kli Hsa,niaa " BlIU
. In Mobile ther
T : ,w fii h;h
DlilB. Ill UJUiJO IIIC1V tvici c uiiii nmvu un,c
rials, as does the Panola Company, in Memphis.
It can 'thus tie seen that this in really .becoming a
larse and valuable manufacturing, interest, . . As,
for instance, at the average- price of -$10 per ton,.
landing, I have thus particularly alluded to this
manufacture, as it is already a treat, and will
Lcontiquajto be a growing indufljrjj of. the South.
yorresponuence ocietitc juinencan.
Ex I0LANI from BOSTON.
BARRELS PRIME PORK.
I V- ytiBW.. B EDFORDi C. B.tW II AUS BOATS, 30 feet.?
CASES BOMB LANCES, '.Ko. 1 and 2,'
5 MEW-BEDF6RD WIIALE5 tlNE, ; ' !; !, " V
. .LAN.CESf TOGGJLB IRONS,-. HEAVY 8EA BOOTS
ONE TABER'S CABOOSE, Complete. .
2000 Barrels New Oil Casks..
"S vttv tuvrw
II. HACKFELD X. Co.
lire, ; OFapcivEire !
14 FIRE EXTIN'flUISIIKRS FROM
BOSTON. Via San Francisco for sale by
.S " . ' C. BRF.WKR k CO.
r B. These Machines, sa deservcillr popular In the United
' States-, wliere they have saved minimis of property, will be tfokl
Tor cost and charges. . , ,(i-oly) v. 11. s CO.
t ..' i. 4 .. . .. .'A .! i .
THEOD. G. HEUGK
- ' HAS 'JUST-RECEIVED
BY TUB HAWAIIAN
BARK R. C. WYLIE,
fit ' . ;
'J I 'tit
, . A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ,
Selected with the Greatest Care
, "ENGLISH, GERMAN, & FRENCH
MY JOBS, FMCY GOBI
T SILK, WOOLEN AND COTTON
- ' CLOTHINQ AND'TIOSIERY, '-. j : -
BROAD AND BILLIARD CLOTHS.
Paints ana Oils, Wnll'Pnper,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
In quarts and pints Deetjen k Schroeder's Star brand,
j r i .1 i. . . . )t .i t 4, : 1
Best French Clarets and Brandy
i v.3 i J i: ift 3 Ilcajkjaicase.,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
1 n cases and in bulk.
' f . ' t . ; t i r ; .
SPARKLING HOCK, in quarts and pints.
.T.tRT'.1B? ..!! . if. ,;it ;S
HOFF'S MA LT EXTRACT,
Ladies' and Gent's' Boots arid Shoes
k'..iC S tbbfcsi ukeaflpjanofaeture. :
Cases of Toys and IolIs,
. ' LTWO splendid) II
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANOS,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in brilliancy
. ' ' ! t i . f toasl -- .if' ;
3, Lartfe Burglar aud Fire-proof Irou SutVa,
l.t 1 . i i ! vJVl 1 iiO I r 1 .- .. I . i t i
A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES !
.? J I t.. ii -TJJ .L A i Vi 'A l,
A W llUUItl UUO wA lAlCUVIUIly
Suitable for Town & Cotintry Trade,
(2E" O X. F3 . a- Xi 33
ON THE' MOST RE ASONAilLfer TERMS.
s '.: s rt
JEL A. 1ST 33
McMurray's Freth Oysters, No. 1 Hawaiian Rice,
t ; ' ; ; , .
Best Island Paddy, Manila Rope IJ, 2, 2i and 3 in.
Havan4?Cigat the' best iiT;MielIarket.
Swiss, California and Limberg Qheese,
Boxes Salad Oil, Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco,
New Styles LADIES'TRIMMED HATS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods American, etc
Fsr Sale Cheap Sit the Store of
1 1 ' o ' r f i"
THEOD. C II ECCK:
ol 6m jfort Street.
BEST A 1 HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF!
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
ItT The above Beef is packed by an experienced Botcher
eared in Liverpool Salt, and packed in TurL's Island Salt.
The best reference can be given. For sale in quantities to
suit by ' y '..!-'- :'.-" I
THEOD. C. IIEUCK.
riirW uiii? inn
ALL, EVER 1 DAY
IN THK WEEK.
HoBrs frtn 9 A. 91. t 10 P. U.,
Up-atalrs. ia tbe Sailors House.
The last Friday eveninz of each month reserved for the meet
ings of tbe Y. M. C. A. 8 ly
4 i ' i I t ! i i IMSWi.'ili1''
I, AIV1 AIVO IIjEAIj ESTATE.
.SRTER'AL PROPERTIES ON THESE
Islands rir sale, apply sv . i
ol W. L. GREEN.
D I LL I fl G H A W CO.
S2ns? ';3 --a- .'! f ..a"i'
Aim ! m. !
., f.VKRY.FIXE A SSO RT M E N VQ F , . j.
Of which the folios iug articles are but a small part s
iOowiier's Kerosene Oil:
By.am'8 8 CaiI MtUchcs,
' A few cases of which we still have on hand.
Spanish spurs, English spurs,, . ., .y, (
Pelhaui ami snaffle bits, steel and slfrer plated ;
Stirrups, bridles, head stalls.' : v.
! 1 -'Horse collars, mule suUara and harness.
HOUSE SHOES AND NAILS.
RUBBER HOSE,, 3-4, i, 1 1-2
and 2 Inuli. .
. - , , ' 1
To be sold at the Lowest Market Prices.
Lifting and Force Pumps, assorted sizes.
Welltiueketi and wrll wfieels.
Carriage Bolts, Hachiae. and Tire Bolts,
Bed screws and nuts', In large assortment.' "
Mason's riddles and flour sieves,
. ; ouorjiiats and carpet stretchers.
- i Iro. 3 Seed Sowers,' ''
PLO WS, HORSE HOES, CULTIVATORS,
Planters, garden and grub hoes.
Collin's pick axes and Hunt's mattocks " "
Shovels and spades, round and square point.
Rakes, JJay and manure forks, buah Cthet,
Stable, Yard, Street and House Brushes.
''.-'' Pcrtih, white wasfi and past Brushes,
Printer's lye and proof brushes.
IAIIT JRUUSHES, ""TT"
Very large assortment
COFFIN TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS
A comiilete assortment.
. - - - : ft - . : ' g
Single & Double Barrel Shot Guns, Rifles,
Carbines, Smith Sc WrsMs's Kevelvers,
Cartridges of all sorts. Sporting powder, Percussion Caps,
Band and emery cloth and paper,
Engineer's Hammers and Tools,
Carpenter's adses, C. 8. A. K. Hammers No. 1. 1J, 2 A 3,
X Cut and rip saws. assd.
. Smooth, jack and jointer planes faaey tlanesv'draw knives
rirmer, framing and mortice chisels,
" Single and double plane irons, assd. sises.
Wire cutters, Plyers, Pincers, Bits, Brace and hits, "
.j Plumbs and levels. Reels owri awls, Breast drlluy
v3 2 and 4 ftjld, 1 and 2 feet rules,- .-. . ' . C
Screw drivers, Saw pads, Tack hammers.
, C ,UKI A E TI ATERI A L !
r ' t ' : : ninia TTrslta fikra BKaffu ' Y,vfa ' )
9 ? aw'"! aaa- swav.. avtssf , a wRa,k v J ti 1
Seine Twine, Wrapping- Twine. Hemp Sai
' Twine, Fish and Cod Lines. ' 'Si
Very fine assortment of Cutlery,
Pocket knives. Assorted Shears and Scissors, '' '
Butcher knives. ' - ' .
KEROSENE LAMPS, banging-, parlor, and band.
Kerosene chlninies, wieks and burner,. '-
. IirBCltK'S iVIIITE.LEAD AMI ZIXC,
IUDBICKS L0ILKD LIVSEEI) OIL,
We would respectfully solicit the attention of the
Public to our assortment before purchus. '
ing elsewhere. - '
Goods sold at Lowest Market Rates.
DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
u mm id ,mr,
C. L. EICHAEDS 4 CO.,
Importers of All Kinds of
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCUAJiTS
HAVE ON 'HAND,
m-:-.-? '. :. w m i i irA0U:i libera i
Tlie Way to tMs Port,
O , ? -iniiJor;M oiiT
rtEQUIHED fOIt SHIPS !
,.4 !"'. 4i:,'I ."i! ! (4ICiS .4 f u
, All ff wbJck.vlU k So dirlBg tkt 6ao ,
fJriVillW.I 5 A .';'!' til 11! 'T
rlJ'iTj.! "it- i'.l.-lf .V.
Money Adranced and Exchange taken
0T ALL PA11TS OF THE WCfRfDi
.... ..... , Y . i
OIL, WHALEBONE AN1)V IVORY
THE HIGHEST: MARKET. PRICES
. - WILL 3E PAID LU CASH 1 1 . t
BY '' "'I -Mf
i i ! . .
' C. BREWER Ax CO.
''it. : 1 . it vii
Shipping ifcrthaaU, j
1VWI.1VH ft U M
" mm 1
mow.orj ,HAI1D, "r
' . .1 4 t 1 1.) M posts
c. .mmm jkM'j
' T P.
AT remit thi
. .. .
TO . . c
OIiOSE , CONSIGNMENTS l
I , , - , S
An Invoice McMurray's Celebrated Oytten
IriRESII 1 FOITM) CANS, I
' - Fresh 2 pound Hans,
' ' ' '' ' rtploed 1 MMind Cans, j
' "' Spiced 2 pound Cant i
An Invoice orXJIaswarcA
Flint Glass Oil Lamps. ' I , i I I i . I
' ul.T)Uhea,- f !, l( , ,,.!, I-
fall CelUrs, Plain and F.ngraved,
i t . Uuttt.r Cheese bi.lies. Opal color,
fcrs nd Wine Ola.ses. Opal cdJ,,
Soon llutk-ra and Y am, -
- Lai f e Glass Frolt Oishes, eU., etc.
' ' ALSO i . , j
1 Whitman's Horse Power,
:- 1 Thrushet and Cleaner,
1 Rice Huiler,
1 Coffee lluller,
..I Fan Mill,
" - . i Uraia Cradles,
Sets Whiffle Trees.
Los Ckaius, '
I? ti OW M
K;le''6. PteelXlJ, "
, .fcarle:3,, , fuel U O '( 1
Eale No. 2, Double AloulJ Board,
, Kaple A, - aris Plows,
; A Eagle No. 20,. . Horse Flows. ;
A3 Bid Hill, " ( ' . Bice! X O.
C A ll TS.
''.''' , , x
Horse Carts, Muls Carts. Lltrht Handcarts,
Light Uand-CarU fur Trash Carriers.
Coopers Anvils, '' i
. Keg and Barrel Rivets, ,
. Farmers' Boilers, , ,
Amwi'r'psdni 'i! "
Ames' hhovals, . ,
Kelih's bovaU, . ,
. Hue HaiulU-a. .
; . urmu.iuiirs.
. . . , s""er racsing, , , , A Uaadles, .
Pick A us, JlemuFackfc
Crowbars, Plek Handles,
Cart Axles and Baxas, r As, Unlabels, ,
8hlnsllnr Hatchets, liabbet Jlelal,
. . Brass Wlrs Cloth, Fire Hand,
Fence Wire, Hoop iron.
Elne Wash Boards,
, Onk fcu.'kela,
' J ' " Buniri,
i . VVhsel Jacks,
I . ' ! ' ; i csj '
; r I Children's Tabs,
. i . i i t i . towbius Whips, .4
' " ; I Jutiy Shafts,
American, and fjnglish Saddles, ; .
Bales lJurlpn, bales Oumiy Hags, , ,
Casks rumbt-rland Coal,
. s(Hl tons barkitwatia Cast, -
Ash Plants, ces Pal in Leaf Hsls,
. . , , , 1'ales vl Henip Hail Duck.
-Forty iri Ttnr,
Regs Venetian Red,
Kes French Vellow,
r Barrels LVMiiiolack, .-
C;.wwti'jiB.la, , , i
res Hplrlts Tnrpenlins,
Cases Lliiseed Oil,
' Karrel. LiniuM d Oil,
' - 3'ios (nach Varnish,-,
1 iTna I'aratu- Variusa, i ! .
1 iu, Furniture Varnish.
" M eta lie Psml.
Case Oastia.'cases 1rnento, ' ,
Cases Cloves, csm-s Leuioo fyrup,
' ' . Cases Sitlemtus, cases Curb. .Soda,
Burnett's Kxirncts Pembroke Palt, Dairy 8.
in j .i. . i ,
! . :. : ! ' ,A FEW .CAstE.! Ol" f;ii '
ir . "ii 7"" . .'! k.H
MRS. FEARINC'S PRESERVES,
743 Crab Armies. Vumx. 'cant. etc.. etc,
. i. . : :,. , . . .... ..-i i
IS ii tcli ci Wug'oiio
ONE COVERED HUTCHES
ruron on spriuss-for sal by
743 Sm O. BIlkWKR A CO.
To Arrive per "Iolani,"
' g CASKS DOWNER KEROKRKK
9 9 f Oil. For sale by ' '
743 8m - C. BREWER 4 CO
;2J c;;;ix isr.o :kit:-k'J :
THE BEST "AND THE CHEAPEST.
Of asawasa 1- (,
HiniKKIF'TIIF. If A liLET'a I-
Cuinstoo tnstriitneiiis have Lto III nwe Io Ibis i
city for over fourteen years, and silll rtis ,
their purity and brilliancy of tone. They sr.
built rs last, aud are lu h end U cheapest .nuitruroeuia (
(fered U tills Sjur'k.t. ,..;. -i J
Oae.1 Octave Rsmwsss Case, J
HALLET &. OUZVXST02I PIAW0
Fur W to
C. RRRWKR A CO.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
C. BREWER & CO.
" Wave roii sAi.e.
Sheeliogs, , DriUiiigSj: jind DenliaJv,
I AMK.LY !
ALE8 STARK MILLS A MHEETJNOi.
Bales Stark Mill B ShesSisg,
Bales Burk Kills A
Cases Powhatun Denims, " - .
' Cases Merrimac Pvnims,
'Caaas t'oios Ikealass,
OiiighaiD niicl Coif u,
.... V . . k I
Cases Bleached Haiuc w .
Cases Bleached Forest Del! Cotton, ,
t Bleach Trapse Rrwer Cotietis. ,., , I J
Cue Bleached Edgartows Brows Cottens,
-. . -,..7. . Cases Blea. Rorkinghaas brows Cottuoa
i0f( aim '.. m4m; M'r
Csse?ilMoa- intswraB. J
" Cases r Oriental " Priuta-7-Buff and Puryle. I
jQsiss Aioehcim t grints ..Bsswos, !,
- -V .'J .1! I H"r r VacoeoB- rnnia i.rownm.
Cases fin " ChiuU " Friuts White. '
.... . 'iX i ' i . : ; l . - l
For Sale Low to Clote Ccr s fnmentt, j
r n . '
ha ftm- "- C.llREWrit A CO.
OF ALL MilCs-WEIGHIXU H ROM 1W
IO s,OOU pounds.. ,
Also, counteii scai.es. T
o. brkwkkT co-
: t I , r- - : . , ; . i i t
, Anchors and Chains.
-ANCHORS STROM tOOlOaOOLBf,
7 AND CHAINS ft .: For sals by
743 Sm ' ' U, vw,
liuolin, Fire 8:ind, 7
PIPE CLAT.-FOR AL 11V , rn
743 8u C. BRKWFR CO.
rets 1 1
p si nt
f sc tn