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Kipapa A Hawallnn Lxri
Haste the, I'uii, od thy w.y '
H ij.i.l t'iiJc tlm Ujriug iby
'1 l.e t hiefa iu ikiuucil wait fur tUf
tifie tViitlil4 glei-td lliU
Aui Lilluft i tu flirual i Liiue,
Ou ioiil l.fjt the uiurvli .-f time !
IK IiiuJ Otto tvwfi Ltsalti ruy
licits diug uif o'er Lile au4 luoaiiii,
Au.l trortJ leaven hiU iu lw en touea,
Wtvii tLo j!a1u witU luviug mUum;I'.
I'.eforti thw gluoUii Kij.aj' gleu,
Tuts hiiUUt of goJa Uil gtmaU tf lueu ;
'lLere gik t I V Ulk iieep jiAlliiaJfi,
Iu iiilitl' Vevei duiic-e the khailcd ;
Ami u l thai UUtc4 wigLt
Who dite IO pass that gwxgtt by liigbt !
tie eve'a ourc.iui ivuuJ thee full
Mut o'er aiiuutiui kpreJ a
'i'bou must paad ihd iiieJe4 Wttll :
Whoui Jarkucai tiaJs iu that deep dell
.Ne'er relurua the Ule to tell ;
HU fat iustei ivua ho way ken ?
No echo coiue ftou that deep gleu 5
H ste thee, on thy uewhige wait.
Thiilliag deed thy Lairds fate f
Ubld thee, Una, htivug ad brae,
While light ia the western wave ;
Though thy path be kne ud dreary.
Let uot tby light footstep weary
The suugtons ou the goldeu way,
! To where in g'ory die th day ;
Lesceuiiug now with leaa'uiog bla2e,
i As through a luiat of rve.!e haie,
i He glwrivu tiuu Kst iU'a eak
tike lube's first bluah.ou beauty's cheek,
Aud, hovering like a rainbow shroud,
O'er the far (,-veau iluat-i a cloud.
tilww'ujg rouud the tairy Lslea,
The opjl w titer dimpled suuilea
lu Ewa's bay of putpliug pearl,
Where wave like rose leave break aud curl,
'CauiAl coral iiuds wheie yvuth aud uiaid
Siug as tbey dauce beueath. the shade
Aud the bauaua's bread leaied bowery
Iu uiuaic wave o'er love aud dowers.
Uphold for o'er the geutle bay,
The gulden glory fadetuwiy,
O'er mountain pcuk-i a reny glow,
l'eep .shadows iu the valta below ;
'Ihe uight breeze whi.spers from the hilla .
Vi edoiou lloweis aud crystal rilia.
t'er tlie pluin with weary feet,
Uuii, h.tote tlieeliir aud lleet !
hive'si star louk o'er the purple clouds.
The dviug day's funereal shrouds,
Aud twilight tollowa ;td it fudus,
To bear il to the rvahu of shades ;
Aud uow the uigul her ebuu pall,
In stleiiiii d:ii knc.NS Sjiix-udB u'er all ;
Ktpapa's awful gleu is uear,
H:mie thee uti the wings of lear !
A black, mysterious depth before thee,
A dome of dm kiiuad arehing o'er thee,
With juat euuugh star beams to .see
The dreaded gulf that yawns ou thee !
An icy tremor thrilled his fraiue,
.Ys to Iiipapa's briuk ho came v
He called ou all his guds aloud,
.Vud closed, his eyes and revei-ent bowed.
Then with chilled nerves and stili 'uing hair.
He euuered on the winding stuir,
Of dark basaltic rocks that led
lA'Vu to the regions of the dead ;
He trembling, cautious steps, aud heard
Many jv wild aud whispered word,
Aud as he step by step descended,
Weird voices with th whispers blended,
And ever aud anon a yell,
Startled the echoes of the dell ;
Many a strange and muttered prayer,
And waitings sad of deep despair,
The fierce quick quarrel oaths of wrath,
Came mingled ou that rocky path ;
And smothered rnoausind pleadings low.
Came to him from that glen below.
He reached the rock-paved gleu beneath,
His heart beat quick, Jtie scarce could breathe,
He stood beuuuibed, all eye aud ear,
A cold embodiment of fear.
Then strange, wild shapes appeared to him,
Couiused amid the shadows dim,
(iods of the infernal shades stalked round,
Weird forms of awe in gloom profound,
That iu a ghastly revel led
A pale processiou of the dead.
Within his path a warrior stood.
Horrid and fierce, begriuinied with blood,
He thieat'ning shook a gory lance,
And leaped in a fierce maniac dance,
With murderers, red reeked with crime,
Infanticides, ail beating time,
And thieves, and every child of Sin,
From which arose a horrid din,
Of wild, confused and mingled voices,
Strange blending of unearthly noises ;
And withered witches, chanting spells.
Screeched, shriekingly with treble yells,
Aud ou him glared with frenzied gaze
That seemed his wand'ring thought to craze,.
The ghosts of murdered men and maids
Aud babes and mothers' moaning shades,
Flitted around with thrilling wail,.
Low sobbing many a horrid tale,.
As vapors chill ail noxious stole,.
A death-air o'er thai deep sheol;
The dread kahuna's muttered prayer,.
With death-tones came on the weird air,
Till nerveless, crushed beneath the shock,
He swooning, suuk against a rock.
Then Paliuli's fairy queen.
With form of light and loving mien,
In tones of thrilling musio spoke,
And Unii's spell of terror b.oke.
Immortal roses wreathed her brow,
Her rube was like the moon-lit snow.
Her zone was of the rainbow's light.
Her eyes were spiritually bright.
And ligutning-like, pierced Umi'a brain,.
With rlaehes of ecstatic pain,
As thus she pictured her bright cave.
Far down beneath the ocean's wave.
" Oh, come to Paliuli's bowers.
Where pleasure rules the joyous hours,.
.vna loving maiaeus wait ior tnee,
DanciDg beside Joy's rosy sea !
'lis always day, there is no night,
The suu a blaze of diamonds bright.
The stars are gems of golden light.
The vault a rose-light crimson waved.
The floor with radiant topaz paved ;
A soft and holy spirit light
O'er the clear vision showers delight, ,
And bloom in ever. vernal bowers.
Immortal fragrance-breathing Sowers ;
Bright plumaged birds of every hue, .
Fleet the eternal forests through, .
Aud jn each green immortal grove,
In thrilling voices sing of love ; .
And clustering ever ripe and bright
Delicious fruits glow on.the sight.
And roses in their changeless bloom, .
Distill their soothing, rich perfume.
Bright waters Jeap from emerald hills,
Through flower-teda wind the crystal rills,
To purple lakes isle-gemmed and deep,
A ,'ci; . ,;':ol ftnl the gold-fish lenp.
An 1 laughing wavrlclH. chiming bv&t,
tn golden t;uid an anthem tweet,
.iDd tl fainl liitMf in maaie ij;bs.
O'er whispering shells tf raiubow dyea.
Murmurs ftvw out the lake a utreain,
Soft as the musio of a dream.
Kissing the sweet lipped flowers that blush.
And tinge the wave with rosy tlush ;
O'er sapphire cliff the waters leap.
Dov.ii into Joy's bright laughing deep.
Ueu.s light the depths with, radiant ray .
lirighi forms in groves of coral plJ ;
In tho elear depths if mortal lave.
Taste the exhiUrating wave.
He iie btaiuleas, pure and free,
The child of iuiinortulity.
There is no age'tis always youth,
Aud every thought is pure as truth ;
Life sparkles like a gushing river,
Glowing, flashing onward ever,
Aud pleasure U a joy forever.
Hope e'er smiles in rosy youth.
And Love goes hand in hand with Truth.
Existent is a heavenly dream.
Lit up by Faith's immortal beam.
War's crimson brow ne'er enter there,
Nor sorrow's sigh wu1 despair.
Wrong, hate and crime are all unknown.
W here Love and Truth have built their throne !
Immortal maidens wait for thee.
Dancing beside Joy's rosy se.
Then come to Paliuli's bowers.
Where pleasure ever rules the hours !
She fiuUhed, and the day-sprtDg beamed
O'er roseate hills ; the shadows fled,
Aud Vui, cold and stiffened, dreamed
In that deep valley of the dead,
And only lived the tale to tell,
To the first wanderers through' that dell.
A low pile of basaltic stones,
ww rises o'er his mouldering bones.
Fire-blackened clifls loom ghastly rouud,
Xo flower blooais on the desert grouud,
No voice of lite no living thing,
No bird Hits by on wandering wing,
But all is desolate and drear,
In dark Kipapa's gleu of fear
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i A remarkable book has recently been published ia
i Loudon, with the above title., The author, Won
Stroud, M. D., was a licentiate of the Koyal College
; of Physicians. London, and stood at the head of his
i proiessiou. Ue devoted many years to the cousider
; uiiuu of the singular problem indicated in the title
of this volume and the conclusion was irresistibly
; forced upon his mind that Christ's death was not the
: mere result of crucifixion, aud for the following
j 1st Tho period was too short ; "i person in the
: prime of life would not die from this mode of mortal
i punishment in six hours us he did, but would usually
; survive till the second or third day, or even louger.
j The crucified died, under a lingering process of grad
; u:d exhaustion, weariness aud faintuess. Ou the
contrary, Christ died with a loud voice and
! once and again just before his death.
! (Lf.Nu known injury or disease of the brain or
j other vital organs could account for such a suddeu
' termination of his sulleriugs in death, except arrest
; men t of the action of the heart by fatal fainting or
syncoe, or rupture of the walls of the heart or larg
er blood vessels issuing from it.
3d. The attendant symptoms particularly the ,
' loud cry and subsequent exeiauiatiuus show that
Christ did not die from mortal fainting or arrest of
; the action of the heart by syncope.
4ih. On the other hand tiie symptoms were such
i as have beeu seeu iu cases of rupture of the walls of
oth. The effect of piercing his side by the soldier's
spear, was an escape ot ' blood aud waier," as seen
i by the Apostle John, and the author thinks uothiug
could account for it except a collection of blood effused
' into the disieuded sac of the pericardium in cuuse
i quence of rupture of the heart, and afterwards sep
. arated as is usual with extravaaated blood into red
clot and watery scrum. The subsequent puncture
from below of tiie distended pericardii sac would
I most certainly, he thinks, lead to the immediate
I ejection aud esoapo of its sauguiuous uouteuts in the
lorin of rd clots of blood aud watery serum exactly
corresponding to the doscriptiou given in the sacred
6th. This rupture of the heart was probably
, caused by mt-utal agouy..
j This theory of the death of Christ is sustained by
j Sir James Y. Simpsou and other medical authorities.
; The book is iuterting, both from a rnedioai and
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i more curious than relevant. How our Savior died is
of very Utile iuterest to the world at large ; why he j
' died it concerns us to know. if. K. Bulletin. I
I Foreign Items.
! Ben. Butler has written a letter opposing the
' treaty of Washington.
j A trans-continental railway in South America
! is projected to run from Hio Janeiro to the Pacific, j
! The tmek-Iayitigou the Sjuthern Pacilic Rail
j iitd has beeu begun, and will proceed at the rate i
I of half a mile a day. I
! The suitan of Turkey has sent the exar of
imroirt .ti4 nicy Luiuiriuiu cue iiioiuia oi liio im--!
i ierial oixier of Osmanli. j
! The American board of commissioners lor for- !
eign missions has receiveij a very large le"tcy bv i
' tiie will of the late John C
imioh, oi rroriianu.
; A Carlist rising is rejiortod to have taken place
; in Spain. It may lie that the report is preina
' lure, but there is every evidence that a risin" ia
con tern plated.
Almond tree flourish in California, and one
near Santa Barbara yielded 40 worth of nuts
last year. This spring a larmer has set out
J OU.OUO trees.
; General Schenck has received a cordial wel
I come in England. Seeehes aud toasts were
j given, and every eQbrt made to inspire a Idud'y
j Jeeling on the part of the new minister.
Turkey has niauaged to float another loan on
! the market by pledging the tribute of Egypt as a
guarautee. Thirty millions of dollars ought to
i relieve the financial necessities of the Suitan for
; a time..
i Father Ilyacinthe Ira written a letter showing i
tle evils that have? come upon France are only
; the legitimate results of. the moral degradation of!
; the people. A. godleos people has- wrought its i
I own uesmiction.
j San FraiKjineo has 807" manufacturing estab
j lishmeuts, with .S15,oSiu,G00 capital, and empioy
, ing y,4Uo' men, U44- women and girls, 554 boys,
i and 3,2 Chinese, making a total of "15,238
j Tree planting in Nebraska is prosecuted at a
j lively rate. Uue day 10,000 young trees passed
j over a single line of railroad. A company of
j Sweedes have contracted for 12,000 cottonwoods,
! to be set out ou their farms.
j Canada is the fourth maritime power in the
j world. According to the ' Year Book for lb7t),'
; bhe has-?,oy4 vessels, with a tonnage of 399.0t0. 1
i She stands ahead of every, nation except. Great j
! Britain, the United States and France.
The fortune of Miss Burdett Coutt!, reeentiv i
raise! to the peerage by Queen Victoria, is esu- ,
mated at 10,000 ,CK.K). She has given to charit-I
j able purpose not lees tbau 5,000,000, and will
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leave large oequesis vj oeuevoient instituttona
! During one month in 1843, President Woolsey,
i of 1 ale College, buried three children. In 1852 '
he buried: his wife and daughter. In 1861,, he
j lost in one month, a son and. daughter. Though
j not su pereti t ious, . President Voolsey could not
i get rid of a dread of the return of the next ninth
'year, 1870. His gloomy forebodings were real-i
ized, for in that year he lost a brother, sister and
J two daughters.
i The New England Sabbath Association has
been, discussing t be question of holding free
concerts, giving, free, lectures -and opening free
; more ioreible speakers seem to be opposed to the
; iniiovaiion, on the h incipie that the tame argu-
' ment: which would grant these liberties- would j
' also open the Gas to m-house and Post-oiace. The
j views of able men who are at once distinguished
I for jiersonal piety and for religious liberality, are
j always worth listening to on a subiect like this :
but one is somewliat surprised to receive an or-
: tbodox view ol the theme trom the very home of
L:tUrs from Home again insist that tho pope
is approaching his t-nd.
Auvhudy eun soil tho reputation of nny indi
vidual, however pure and chasu, hy ulloriii u.
suspicion that his enemies will believe and bis
friends ' never hear of. A puff of the idle wind
can take a million of the seeds of a thistle and do
a work of mischief which the husbandman must
labor long tt undo, the floating particles being
too tine to be seeu and too light to bo etopped.
Such are the seeds of slander, so early sown, so
dilheull to be gathered lip, and jet so pernicious
in their fruits. The slanderer knows that many
a wind will cntch up the plague aud become
poisoned by his insinuations, without ever seek
ing the antidote. No reputation can refute a
sneer, nor any human skill prevent mischief.
The moral effect of preparation for the pun
ish incut of offenders is already strikingly exem
pli tied iu the case of the Kuklux. Since the
tiroclaiuation of the President, uot a single out
break has occurred calling for military interfer
euce, and it uow looks as if the existence of tho
act iu the statutes would alone accomplish the
entir purpose. Unrepentant rebels have lost all
appetite for bayonets, and rather than meet them
will eveu forego the pleasure of burning school
houses, whipping negroes, or shooting down loyal
white men. The privation is no doubt great,
and the suffering intolerable, but as long as they
refrain tbey are safe. No one desires them harm.
The purpose is to keep them trom harming others.
The latest report is that Dr. Dollinger has de
termined to submit to the sentence of excom
munication that is, be will neither celebrate
nor receive the sacraments publicly or privately,
nor eveu attend public worship. This rejort is
hardly credible ; but if it be true it is likely that
the aroused feelings of his countrymen will lead
him to reconsider this determination. Dr. Fried-
rich, who was exctmmunicated the day after Dr.
Dollinger, has declared hi intention of ignoring
the excommunication altogether. Dr. Friedridi
is a professor of theology in the university of
Muuieh, and was theologian to Cardinal llohen
lohe at the Vatican council. lie has published
within the lass three weeks, a volume of docu
ments bearing ou the Vatican council, which has
given great offense at Kome.
There is serious trouble in store for some one
of the States iu Europe- tlismarck complains of
his health, rails at the ingratitude of the German
Parliament, and iutimatcs bis desire of retiring
from the public service as soon as the Emperor
appoiuts a responsible minister in his stead.
henever tne rTuesian Lcanceior uiscourses in
this sad strain there is mischief brewing iu his
ujiuu. , eouie ucdu L'loai vt (MavuiuucuAti ti-.tr
Kmpire he has created has dawned upon him,
and he requires time aud recireuieut to prepare
the course of action which, is to secure success to
the new scheme. Belgium and Holland would
do well to closely watch the weak and disap
pointed Prince iu his retirement, as an invalid
woru by the cares of state and of soul because of
the ingratitude of recalcitrant deputies.
There has beeu an important decision in a
ltie insurance caoe iri Kansas. The case was
heard before J ustiee Miller of the L'oited Slates
Supreme Court, and was brought by the relatives
ot the man who committed suicide, they taking
the ground that as the act was committed in a ht
ot insanity the company was liabio to pay the
policy. Judge Miller edarged that theie w;u no
presumption in law, prima facie or otherwise,
that self-destruction was evidence of msanity.
The act of suicide must be shown to be the result
of iiieauity. The party must have been moved
to the act by an impulse that he could not resist.
If such a state of mind existed, the company
muse be held liable, but if the party, in the
exercise of his ordinary fiteulties, had become
augry, excited or distressed, so that he preferred
duaL.ii to life., tho aet of uuicide was his own, and
the company could not be held liable. The jury
rendered a verdiet against the company.
Most people wheu tiiey come tew vou for advice,
i come to have their opiuvuns strengthened, not
Aa the 8iut kontaitis the sparky, unknown tew
itself, which the steel alone kan make into life, so
an adversary often reveals to us hidden getns which
iu prosperity or negligeuee would forever lay bid.
" Horace Greeley in New Orleans."' was the
almost startling announcement by telegraph a
lew days ago ; aud yet he is as sale there to-day
as in the streets of New York ;. but it oost thou
sands of livesjand millions of treasure to make it
" sale " for him to visit that city. Ten years aro
had he ventured there tiie announcement would
I post! "
Horace Greeley hanged to a lamp-
'JHK LAKKKST tSSOItTMISST ON HA.D
m. kept by any House on theee ieuuiu. auu
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices !
By IKJLLt-S i CU.
iUfca to suit.
Kor sale by
UOLLKS 5t CO.
3SST BITGLISII POUTLAJJD CSIOEin!1
uoLua ji co.
SUSSL1 B0LX EGPE,
For sale ly
UOLLKS 4 CO.
VVOltMLUK. M A JtLI., RT-
V LiN, ew., etc. A lull asvoruxienl tor aie ly
ALL SIZKS KHUM
boud or Uuty iiaiJ.
1-2 o .j i.cii ir
Forsaiaby UOLUJa A: CO.
HS3IP A2ID YLu
: CANVAS !
fjKsr AiimtoATii M.iMjFACTuaa.
M awiorteU Nucabcm. in boud or.lutr naid.
'or sai by
BOL.LK& Ac CO.
W-tS HIV IS A 11. Kt. V LA K. H171HLT FROM
ttw celeliraud .Sauta. Urua Uai Kilns, which- t-nsoles
ua 10 iet at tne Ijwcm raicg.
mon stock, achoiis,
SIZES, PltOM too LUS Tll l.UIJO
i a JJoud or nuiy mad. . t or sau: i y
1 BOX!) OH DUTV f .MUl
For sale l.y
BOLLXS Jit CO.
HAWAHAIT HSSS BEEF..
MiiiEW OZ. XIIK ISLA.MI OF KACTAJ.
- j cipjneinwi rrauaier, and warranted oa good aa
j mrci ui up oo toesv island.
For sale by
BOLLEB Jt CO.
HEHP AUD C0TT0II SAIL TTWUTE ! '
W7KK sa.XjB BV
BOLLES & CO.
TAH Aim PITCH !
AMERICAN AXD STOCKHOLM,
A. barreia aod tail barma. . For Bate bv
Js BOLLIS tL CO.
HSHE COEDAQE ! :
STRAND. B EST. ttOALITT RUSSIA V
Sice, from 1 to f iochea. ia bond or
Fornaieby BOLUS CO.
PAH7TS Aim PAINT: OIL.
HUBBARD'S BEST: BOILED Oil,.
Huobard'e White Zinc,
llabbard's White Lead,
O.T. W.. White Lead.
Fancy Fainta. a (reoeral aasortmeot.
133 For fate by BOLLEB h CO.
BEST NEW BEDFORD ASH OARS-AU,
(J2S) For sale by IMJLLLS & CO.
BOLa.ES Jk CO.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF"
groceries: & ship stqbes5
Alwaya ori! Hand.!. -
A ND VI LUKE bOLJJ AT; TUB LOWEST:
JrM. Prictra, by .
EOLLCB t CO.
BUY YOUR HARDWARE
THE HARDWARE STORE, NO.
ftllE INDEKSIGNEI) HAVE OX iuxo
ur THK ABOVE NAMED GOODS TUAT CAN BK ,jCS(d It '
We have also made a Specialty Fish IVels, LlnesH,olj
HUBBUOK'S BEST LINSEED OIL, RAW
Vll Jvinds or Varnish, I3et QUa
P41XT. 1D-a-9. .
aI IV 11 T IT
. V . . . . . . m h a
v r. V
u aosr KVERr OTlltR KIND OF BBXSI1 THAT Wit Bt
KIDS CARRIAGE tAT
D OXY X E II 5 i IM T wr
Byam's 8 Card Matches, always ca fcJ
01TR Rflnns A PP. onnn m tttttt -n-r,
Have Just Received per Syren, a Complete Asv
Laoooses, Ship s Cabin Stoves, Two-Hole Ft
j ' - "oio i ti
OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT EVEFV PL'PF r
. t i V r i . . .li ... ' 1 ' 1
" Magna Ctiarta,- 6, 7, 8, 9-in,
Civilian," 7, 8, 9-in,
Gray Jacket," 7 and 8-in,
" Shamrock." 5 1-2 and 6-in.
BEST TQBEL-rLY Kl'CBEII HOSE, 1-2,31, I a,i
GALVANIZED IRON WATER PIPE, 1-2, 3-4, 1 WD I U
COSaUGATED E00FING, GALVANIZED AND BLACI S3
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER LOW,
mil At No. 9 Kaahumanu Street, just above the
A. V. PIERCE & GO.
OFFER FOR. SALE X
SKIPPING m LOCAL REQUIREilOTS !
COTTO. AJfD HEMP DCCK. FROM
Hemp and iffianila Coraaje, all Sizes !
IlllMP ASD COTTON TW1JJK, !
Soinivim. Marline. IIouMtioe.
SBinug Stall; OuUUig Fall.
BLOCKS OF ALL SIZES I j
Patent, Iron Stnuijxid aud BuaJied, 3 to 16 iuchta. j
Jib Hanks and Mint Iloopa.
Sbcarel, Imshed ao patrnt ;
Uooaa aud Tliuablea, Connecting Shack
Boat Timbers, sterna and 3tems !
Oasts- oJT all lenstlia;
Kowlocka. BumliinKB, Stwrinn Bracea, Boat .Naila,
Wrought .Naila, Cat NaiU. Uiei all Bises,
PA1SMTS OF ALL KINDS I
Zerosene, Whale and Sperm Oils !
Tar, Bright Vamiah, IMioi and Rljgiug Leather, Cinawr"" i
BREAD.. FLQUR, BEEF.. PORK, P1CXLES.
IrrerTei Mais, P!! Freim. Orern Corn.
Ureeo l'eaa, iice, aud varmua otber iruoeria.
Also,. Brand's Bomb Lane 2 s !
TABLE.. DAJRV AND COARSE SALT,
from (be I'nuioa Salt Worka.
PEEliY DAVIS tr SONS' PAIN-KILLER.
And Various otner Morcliandiso
CAEEFCLLT SELECTED. FROM THK
California, Eastern &. European Harkets !
Orders from the Other Islands carefully attended fo.
Wiue dlcrchant, 13 Kuaiiumanu St.,
T?ASSJND COUPE. BLOOD WOLF fc CO,
JLJf Jtffreyi, iaenib.
jE O K rJT
Barclay & Perkioa, Ooinoeaa. Kyaaa,.
Aceoaton, Ltaiiea, Orange, aainine, iloateUera. Ac, Ac.
Porta aad Bherriea uf variooa q ualitirt Liquet.
lUin Wlneaot different brauda, MarliDg ana rtui.
White and lied Uunrooiiy, Madeira,
Choice aud Ordinary Clareta.
Mvmi iMda of Cbampagne, .
And the oaaai aaeortiBcat of
Spirits in Glati or Wood, in : Bond or Datj
A LIBER At. DISCOUNT FOR: CASH.
TWO OF TUB BEST.IIAlaLtBT: JtCiCCM
faTOM Kaw- .
al Far Sale by U. BBIWIHW.
INE BARRELS? AND. SHOOKS!
OR MOLASSES CONTAINERS
Far raie by -
C. UKfcrVKR h, CO.
AND FOR ..
Paints, aU Colors, in Oil and Dry.
m g4 ft oil
uooi;, XLMJ IfJJjAJ 13 Ij kULl V-
.Vmuntz- w hich win i
Abendrpth s First-flj (
THE "COTTOM P
!ai unt tlflfi.i;,i T ). htm or
E"frrt,ir n,ut T'n II tr
HX. ?EVEN. EI'lllT AND N
Very o.t dlia. extra heavy raMtln
AaJ prinnuiicrd hy ail wtiii nm lm.
To be a Pirst-Clasa Ccc
Oiler- For A
JUST ARRiTEQ FHCal
Selected wita Great
ENOLISII IMUNTS. K C1
Moornma, -r.i 'ut
Muno. Vl-uooa ln. Moii
arrlr iiiae wirir. Ill"' A'r
Frrncb Mermoa md :il. V""""
IIIhcb u'l i;rwM 4 l"n i.
IU..111 -.oit. Wi.iLe Mownw
Wl.ua In-la. Wl.iu luuk. "
I'.latk Jlire.ln. WMw rbirtma.
Turiry I'- 'l'' )'"" '1V"
ll-.ny llro aad Hiu 'J",' N
Bl'ia i eiiiini. very bbay,
lUauaeta. UrK w l ' l
Rl FAHHFD' LIN
" - TJ
lime Alhambra Ki OuiM. .
WMte i-ft Voa. r bie i lnn
Kaocy CCUon 'u''-
Toraey Ki ,Uo
11,un White tt"'Ki'..IMumlm
Wblte Merirvi roc... .wjS
.1 1 Mkl Li
Fine Linen Bosca
White Coin I" ..art i""
Fancy Ulice '"
Uru Co""" LlMr -.'
Tnrkey Ked rl ...
lilaua l-i'k tlaan f . -Wouien
aud t""" wa
Ke-i ocbre ud "
Unifi.tr tui vir.
Ilovu Iroe, Iroui t
Tinned rauHiu p, ,r ..
Oalraiuaed -a i'1!" :v
-1 Iron rau .
C. 0. lrou Wt,M" I
j. t'niTn ti" 1
Hue' rocjce. -
Cranned fan'. Fr
C 'nrrauta ' ar' ' V t , i ,
Cedar- o,U JZ..
t riuB ol rnr. ,
Gin in Uaakeia "! , .
rttuua WlmslSonK" ',
t-iotboiin Tar, Frt"'
oruaud Cetneut, '
KlacaMa Uh Coal, .
in ' 1 1
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