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BlilS. fOIl'JIBIA RIVER SALMON !
SEASON 1875, No. I,
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ALSO. A FEW IIAKHKI.S
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SATIIWA V, JA.WAHY S.
The Poet Edgar Allan Poe.
I.ltK .M WKITINCS-
-M.w ats "f :
KJ ar Allan IV-e, a monument to whuse raetu
ory was unveiled at lialtimore recently,
though, it id believed, njt actually born in tSiat
city, waa the desxuiant of a family lon settbd
there, and is therefore generally rcgard-.-l as a
lialtiuorean. He w rx.rn, it i supposed, in
li-jfion, January ISO4., and be died in Baltimore
October 7, 184'J, aged 40 years. His ancestors
emigrated from the north of Ireland about the
year 1745, settling near Lancaster. Pennsyl
vania, where they purchased a farm. Fk-fore the
revolutionary war they removea to Cecil county,
Maryland, where Mr. David Poe, the grandfather
of the poet, and a great uncle of Mr. Neil?on
Poe, of Baltimore, married Mis Cairn es.
Before the revolution Mr. David Poe and his
family removed to Baltimore, where he went into
mercantile business. During the revolution Mr.
David Poe became a deputy quarter master of
the Maryland line, and is called in svme of the
older chronicles Major, and sometime (Icneral
Poe, be occupied for his quartermaster's otBie a
part of the buildiog owned by him at the time,
in which Aimstrong, Cator & Co. now have their
fctore, on Baltimore street. It wa-s at this office
that he received (icneral Lafayette, Count Rocli
ambeau, Count DeGrasee and other prominent
French officers, when the troops of our revolu
tionary ally were in this vicinity. Long after
the French had departed cuirasses of metal and
bridle-bita of lignumvitae wood were found in the
cellars of the building, souvenirs of the war.
In this connection it may be interesting, as a
scrap of history connected with the Poe family,
to state that Nilcs' Reyislcr, Oct. 23, 1824, re
cording the visit of the nation's guest, (Jen.
Lafayette, to Baltimore, presents the following
"grateful remembrance:" "After an introduc
tion of the surviving officers and soldiers of the
revolution who resided in and near Baltimore to
General Lafayette, he observed to one of ttic
gentlemen near, I have not seen among tbese
my friendly and patriotic commissary, Mr. David
Poe, who resided in Baltimore when I was here,
and out of his own very limited means supplied
me with $500 to aid in clothing my troops, and
whose wife, with her own hands, cut out r'K)
pairs of pantaloons and superintended the mak
ing of them for the use of my men.' The Gen
eral was informed that Mr. Pee was then dead,
but his widow was was 6till living. He expressed
an anxious wish to see her." The Register then
goes on to state that when the good old lady
heard the intelligence she shed tears of joy, and
the next day visited the general, by whom she
waB affectionately received, &c. This however,
is an error, as Airs. Poe was, by her infirmities,
unable to leave her house, in the western portion
of Baltimore, nnd General Lafayette, escorted by
a company of horse, visited her, and spoke in
gratetul terms ot the iriendly assistance lie had
received from her and her husband. " Your
husband," said he, pressing his hand on his
breast, 44 was my friend, and the aid I received
from you both was beneficial to me and my
The poet's father was David Poe, jr., eon of
the deputy quartermaster of revolutionary mem
ory. His mother was Mrs. Hopkins, an actress,
an English woman by birth, whose maiden name
wa8 Elizabeth Arnold. David Poe adopted his
wife's profession and went on the stage. They
both died in 1815, within a few weeks of each
other, at Richmond, Va., leaving unprovided for
three children Henry, Edgar and Rosalie.
Many authorities designate Baltimore as the
place of nativity of Edgar, but it is very difficult
to determine the fact. On the death of his
parents Edgar, when he was an infant, was
adopted by Air. John Allan, a rich and childless
citizen of Richmond, whose wife became passion
ately attached to the beautiful and attractive
child. It was mainly her love for the boy that
led to his adoption by Mr. Allan, who gave him
every opportunity for education. lie was placed
at school in England with the Rev. Dr. Bransby.
Afterwards he was sent to the University of Vir
ginia, where among his classmates were St.
George W. Teackle, the late Judge Z. Collins
Lee, and Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia.
On account of some irregularities he left the
University. His classmates have denied that his
courses were dissolute while there, lie was
afterwards sent as a cadet to West Point, but he
was unfitted for the discipline of a military
school, and did not remain long. Mrs. Allan,
his steadfast friend, having died, and Mr. Allan
having married a lady much younger than Jiim
6clf, there was a disagreement with Edgar, the
result of which was that young Poe left the
house and threw himself on his own resources,
having at school and on various other occasions
displayed remarkable fertility of genius and pre
cocious readiness with the pen. The scandal
growing out of ins abrupt severance of the con
nection with Mr. Allan's family, is known to
most readers of his works through the agency of
Griswold, one of his first biographers.
It is believed that this 6tory had no other
foundation than a disagreement with the new
wife of his adopted father, which may have re
sulted in Poe's expulsion from the house as a
crowning act of a series of distasteful acts in the
young man's wayward career. The lady, whose
maiden name was Patterson, it is understood still
lives in Richmond at this da;c, and it is stated
that Edgar A. Poe never saw her but on one. oc
casion after her marriage with Mr. Allan, and
that was on tho occasion of their disagreement.
It has been stated that immediately after this oc
currence Poe went abroad with the view of cm
barking his fortunes with those of Greece, then
struggling for independence, and that he was
found iu a destitute condition in St. Petersburg,
Russia, from whence he was sent baclf home by
the American Minister. This is another mis
take. Poe's brother was in this case conlqundcd
with the poet. The brother had been engaged in
mercantile pursuits, and was regarded by some
members of the family as possessing at the time
more brilliancy tlian Edgar. Mr. Allan died in
1834 without mentioning Poe's name in his will.
Poe then gave his attention to literature, pub
lishing in lialtimore, in 182.', his first volume of
poems, Tamerlane and Al Aaraff, claiming to
have written them at sixteen years of age. In
1833 a committee, consisting of John P. Kennedy,
J. II. B. Latrobe and James II. Miller, awarded
prizes for the best poem and 6tory offered for the
Baltimore SalutJay Msitor. The names of the
competitors were not known until the prizes had
been awarded, when it was found that Poe was
the successful competitor for the story. He had
offered six tales, the "MSS. Found in a Bottle"
being selected. The committee stated that 44 these
talcs are eminently distinguished by wild, vigor
ous and poetic imagination, a rich style, a fertile
invention, and a varied and curious learning."
Poe was successively editor of the Southern
Literary Mtssengtr, at Richmond; of Burton's
Gentleman's Magazine, in Philadelphia, and as
sisted with Morris and Willis on the Home
Journal. He had also other literary irons in the
fire, and soon became widely known as one of the
most unrelenting and keenest of critics among all
He married while in Richmond, in 1S30, his
cousin, Virginia Clemm, and removed to New j
York, residing in a cottage at Fordham. After
a chequered career, and becoming known as the
author of 44 The Raven," his wife died, and in
1S49 he returned to Richmond. He there met a
lady, Mrs. Shelton, to whom he had been at
tached in early life. Now he had become a
widower, and the lady had lost her husband.
Their old partiality was revived, and it was ar
ranged that they should be married. He started
early in October, 1S49, to make arrangements
for "his second marriage. He left Norfolk by
steamer and arrived in Baltimore. His move
ments from the time of arrival are shrouded in
doubt. There had been an election for members
of Congress and House of Delegates in the State
of Maryland on Wednesday, October 3, 1840.
On the Sunday following, October 7. Poe died at
the old Washington University Hospital, on
Broadway, now the Church Home and Infirmary.
When a Gre occurs in a Chinese city, the oflieers
of government who dwell there are held responsi
ble, the law being that if ten buildings are burned,
the highest official in the city shall be fined nine
months' pay. If more than thirty are destroyed a
year's salary shall be forfeited ; if as many as
three hundred are consumed, he shall be deeraded
one degree in his rank. These rules make the citv
fathers extremely careful, and according to their
1 ,n " innilnnw6rgalVAr
A r ?;n;irkAbI; uiimr i tol l uf in Tari cr
rti.rJ,r.rc uT th.t .New ciZ Jia.-i. II I
i tacc a few xtaUj fine.? at lres-!en. The
i tri Ijrr -:n was I'rince ie'rg lld-o, an o5c'r
n ti.o Frc ioii ;'.rmv. n V.l!.tcl.i-in by birth and
a Grvek by rlijriTi. I'.
Y.ik-sii ine ib? C.;r i!:.an-t
Cau; !; by r?iti-n, w
from whom s!.c is srr.a
w;i tr.e v ounti
i t" a I'rvnS.
ate i but n.'t
Sl. is farther a natural!
I Six jn su!
ar. 1 in
; that little kinl an l.a bot-n
' fr-.-ra her first husband. Tbi curious uni-jn was
celebrated by a Ruian pri-t. Since the build
ers of the tower of Babrl were dispersed, there
cau have been no such confusion of languages
and nationalities. The lady, it will be jerceived.
has two husbands, both of them leliy assured
to her, though in different countries, while the
Franco-Wailacbian- gentleman cannot be said to
have more tLan halt a wife, seeing that be can
enly call her his own in foreign parts. Should
there be any issue of the marriage, the children
will be strangely puzzled u ascertained by what
name they should call themselves, and even to
know whether they can be considered as having
anv leal existence.
The discussion of Plyui-mth c!.ureh affwrs has
been again revived. Two questions are r resented.
The New York and Brooklyn Association ot Min
isters, which is a voluntary organization of pas
tors ot the G'nregatijnul churches in the two
cities, has appointed a committee to examine into
: the facts in regard to the charges brought against
I Mr. lieecher. In the court ot law no verdict was
reached and the charges therefore remain judici
I ally unsettled. The committee may report that
i no action is expedient, iu which case the matter
will be dropped ; or it may rectumeiid disfellow-
ship, which would be a verdict ol guilty. And
j while this result would not affect tho relations of
I Mr. Bcecher with his own church, necessarily,
his society would practically be cut off from the
' fellowship of other churches,
j The second question it is probable, will be
! brought before the Council of Congregational
! churches. The Brooklyn Council in 1874 was
j called in consequence of w hat was regarded as an
irregular act, in dropping the name of Theodore
Tilton from the roll of membership without the
! trial there should have been according to cus
I tomary usage. The council at that time would
have disfellowshipped Plymouth church, but for
! a letter of apology which gave promise that such
i a deviation from the orderly course of discipline
! would not be repeated. But a ease precisely
similar has excited censure, in dropping the name
of William F. West from the roils (the member
who previously brought charges of unchristian
conduct against Mr. Tilton) without giving him
any opportunity to appear iu his own defence or
explanation. Both Mr. Beecher and Plymouth
Church will thus be put on trial again, though it
may be doubtful w hether any more definite result
will be reached, than when the jury agreed to
m LADIES Of tlic HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THAT THK U X I) K It S 1 G K D HAS
PER "LEGAL TENDER,'
LADIES' k tniLBREW SHOE WARE
OF ALL KINDS.
IVhicIt for stqwriority of workmanship
viuntot be e.cet lh J.
Tho Children's "Ware
ARK SOMF.THlr. FLEC.IXT.
TIIKSK GOODS WILL IlR SOLD AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
ALSO 1 1' ST TO HAND
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS.
Ladies you arc respectfully invited to ex
amine these ycjodH and jvdyc for
Every pair plainly market.
Honolulu. July 1, ISTi. 997-ly
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
rl!IK rXDGRSIGXED II AS JI ST It K-
M CEIV KD Irani the Kust ami San Francisco, in a.Mition
to bis usual large assortment of Carriage Material, the following
from 1 inch to 3J inches.
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
from 1 inch to 2 inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Felloes for OxCarts, Assorted Sizes, Oak ar.J Ash;
Hickory Wagon anJ Bugfry Shafts, fjnisheJ and rough;
Pole?, Wagon an. I Carriage, finished and rough,
l hatlletrees, Doubletrees, Crossbars, Yokes, Seru Kails,
Seat Spindles, Wajon aud Uucgy Rows,
Consisting of Steel and Iron Axles, Spring Stay Lraces, Foot
Rails, Step I'ads, Body Loops. Whiffletree Couplings and Fer
ules, Stake Iron?, Cockeyes, Hub Bands, plain, silvered and
oroi le, screw capped Centra! Park Pattern, Pole CraKs. Step
Treads, N'xly Steps, Wear Iroi.s,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brsss and Gold, from J to J inch.
CTrosic strap fouutIi)p;s consisting of
Diamond Centres, Buckles, Strap Holder Loops g. Id A: oroide
A FEW SCPERIOU ENGLISH & AMERICAN STVLEa
BASKET PHAETON BODIES!
XT One and Two-seated, which will be put up in the het
possible manner to order, at lnrt notice.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
Or manufactured with dispatch First Class Worsrnen em
ployed in all hranclies.
A continuance of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
ALL ISI.AXn ORDERS PROytPTTA'ATTF.SDF.I) TO.
piuceetis TO the
J. S. CURNCY,
Ih-i'tr i; .V.V. l'.-fM.' j n I lit.:"', ("i-?:Y.
A t'.e I'.c.Sc.
V. k..-t C :-: !, C!" i ?. T ' " '. I t :t s pi Uitn
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H, MGKFELB & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER
GERMAN BARK CEDER,
.-HOUTLV in: FU;I IIUIVIF.N
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
(.jrj-btUs: Iu i'art f the FmIUwU: i
A Full A-s.irltiiriit " I'liut-i. all Mjles n- I
alul ili-?-tl.iln' utlt-l tl-,
YI:itf Ci'lto.'i llori.ick s While. Long Cloth. ;
A. II and B. '
HioMti and l'.lu.- Cotton 1i ill. ISiow u Cuti.m,
Blue Cotton. Heavy Denims, Hickory lii.es,
Bed Ticking. Turkey Red Cotton,
Blue Flannels. White Liuen, asaoi ted widths
Water -proof Cloth, White .b,lekill,
Fine French Mciiuos, Rep, Buckskins,
Fine Cassimeres, Black and Blue Broadcloths,
Linen and Col ton Sewing Thread.
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing
Fancy Flannel Shirts.
Denim Jumpers and Overalls,
Fine Merino Undershirts,
Cotton Socks and Slocking?,
Silk, Linen and Coiioii Handkerchiefs,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
Assorted Km laps and Woolpuck. Sail Tiue.
Imperial Navy Hemp Canvas, No. Oil to C,
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J.Oosnell S Co.
Fancy Soaps and llair'Oil.
Shawls. Ponchos, Plaids, Needlewoik,
Lockets, Rings, Chains, Ornaments,
P. & P. Knives. Scissors,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs. Axes,
Wrapjiing and Printing Paper,
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENCLISH & FRENCH
Stearin Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 5 and C,
Giilvanized Iron Pipe, j and inch,
Hoop Iron, J, J, 1 and JJ inch, Rivets,
Paints and Oils, While Zinc, White Lead, Ac,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison. Maikel Baskets.
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Casks Blacksmiths' Coal.
300 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Also a few Music Boxes &. Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assorlment of Havana Cigura,
English and German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts. and pts4
Champagne, Ruinart pere and fils. qt-i. A- pts.
Champagne, Heidsieck &. Co., qls. and pts.
Champagne. Thoreau, qts. and ptfl.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
Gin, in green boxes,
Samples now Open at our Office, and Sales made
pa- Orders from Other Islands Filled. jjp
h. h ackfeld &. co.
Have Just Received
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
WHICH THFA OFFF.lt FOU SALE.
JIIOCKRIES, IIUBBLCK'S PAINT OIL,,
White Zinc. White Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda. C. C. Tin Plate, ?beet Lead,
Sauce Fans, Tea Kettles. Sheet Zinc,
Galvanized Tubs. Fence Wires,
n tiiit'd Iron, White IJros , Portland Cement,
Gunny Hags Dtiilaps L'ag-,
Printing Pujit-r, P-troli iitn IJ.trn Is.
New Oil Shooks.
Vienna Fin uiture,
Butitelleau A: Cos., ISraudy. in glass, one to
f; ui r diamuiid,
Iloiitellau A Cos., Drandy iu Casks,
Gin in Cases.
Window Glass, Ac, Ac, Ac.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
fJIKOXI EAST I A I I. FOR. SALE UV
1SOLLRS. A CO.
FINE MANILA CIGARS,
ANEW INVOICE OF VERY St'PERIOR
Quality, put up in boxes of 2AJO each. Just receired
direct from 'Manilla. For Sale by
o30 BOLLF.S Jt CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,
1ECEIVED PER D. C. MURRAY AND
UlUV Dill V PlllirUT h
'il- Button, Citarette I'apor,
I'x Vsim'o lv k':iiii:i, 'iiv 1 .lSHIxnirnr, I. V.
jlBiirrny, :ml Sj rcn. Uy
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AND II V V V I.INKN HICK. HM W'HITK Mlll.lkl, IMr VIIIT:
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A Frw Pic- Nut. 5. 9 nj li sKV PICK liKi M titlAtN KUHoNS. IKV (IIMT, Kuia liHf bi.J (rath.
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Ketllr, t acvl S quart. !. i.il W .h la-iii. iInl-.l Tvilo. Ul'.'tln !-( T IliOrt, I In II In M,larJ
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lluik-l anJ llaar Liii-e.l Oil, liul'l.u. a'a W I.Uc no n.l l a l. A-rt-.l I'a.nta in Oil. trl lip nj UiBfrr, rjNT,
C irani Tartar, Tare W lute t'anl Na. arJ.ma. Ir ru h ril. ar. HI iK lrr. W t.t.lnj ami I'l.ala. ill Rua. I 4
an.t i uirli; Ot Yokr 4. 6 ami 0 Par.a , Irk I rl :'l Inn I'.inia, latr.,a. Cullorat.tra ihI IIutm
II IIOW.NKH'S REUOMAr: Oil, DIKDCI MloM loW M K CUM V A S V, Iwm'i Rrr.wrn
(.il. fooj anJ chff.
Alto on Hand. A Oeneral Attortmrnt of Agricultural Implements t
A K W DOZEN WAKDX IMV.VK'S CEI.EIIIt.lTEII a. :i MIKKI' KUCAHM, THK
HKST gt'AUTV M4taV
TLt atiove aU many olh.r ariirlra to Im- ku.l al LOW K.-T 111 IC al
1 1 i i: mm; ! :
XOS. .1, .",
1 - '1 S f f jT.v
Galvaxxizcd Corrugated BLoofiziQ
IIIJUULCK'S PIT R E WHITE ZINC ANI LEAP, lll'llltl K'1 II EST PAI.K
1IOI1.EO I.INSEKO OIL.
K FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, Alt COLOBS I
TERPENTINE, VAUMSI1EN, PAINT IIRI SIIEN. A FINE LOT OF HDII.If
ERS HARDWARE. A CJtlOO STOCK OK A R ICIJ LTD R A L
Will be Sold sil KKCIlMtOCITY IMtKICSI!
O W W 2k CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE
BASS & CO.'S ALE, in Pints and Quarts, Bottled by R. B. Bynii & Co.
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE, KEY BRAND ALE,
McEWEN'S PORTER, in Stone Bottles. Pints and Quarts.
GUINNESS DUBLIN STOUT in Quarts.
Hennessey's 3Star 33ran&y I
VINEYARD PROPRIETORS' C0ONAC, 1, 2, 3 and 4 Squaro Qualities.
SUPERIOR AMERICAN, SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES
M0ET AND CIIAND0N
CHAMPAaN IU !
DUC DE M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
RUINART, PERE & FILS CHAMPAGNE.
ALSO. CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE, FINE BURGUNDY,
FINE VERMOUTH, SHERRY, MADEIRA,
PORT AND CLARET OF VARIOUS QUALITIE8.
GENUINE CHARTREUSE, CURAC0A, BENEDICTINE, and MARA8CHIN0.
GIN IN GREEN CASES. GIN IN BASKETS.
ALL THESE COODS WILL BE SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES.
i, '.27 'Jm
WORTH HAVING !!
a thing; of react v. it is saih, ts
a l'iy f'ri-vr. an.l if flttjr ia Hi "'i.iil iii- !
beauty, a we maintain it i, the CKWINli MACI1INK
with one of the
ii one of the moat beautiful tr.inp in the woi I I , ir.ll.ir.j;
in Hie whole ranire of Dimlern invriai'ifi Im-irifC hitter ailpu-.l
to relieve human Jru.lgrry or Ctl r fr the .urj.o int-iii.-l
The Cudt-rainrrf are Sprriul Agrnla for
WHICH IS tiii:
BEST SEWIHG MACHINE IN USE!
so points of m'feriokitv :
For Particular! -e Circular.
WE ARE I'llKPARKTi If) H HM.MI Till:
to any of the machine! now in unf, which w.ll runlhriu (.nfil
ly wuhi.ul the lnt exertion on the part of the oiralnr I h- -Wheela
are made here at the UK ASH FOI' Mill V. ar
tuperior to thr. iruMrU 'l, and vM for Iea nioi. .
BIT OXE AI 101 HILL CP. WW l KI !
It i A well known fact that the ill h Jlth of thou;n..li i l
omen and girts, can be traced to the evrd'iri rv'iu.rej t"
run Sewing Mai-hiin-l by fojl power. A w.-d to the wife i.
wa IHI.I.INOH M 1 CO.
Cedar Boat Boards !
KRCEVI.O.V.A FEV TIIOfSANO PIET
-Planed am rmth aiW. aod Velf mum ri quality-
! NO. 16 MERCHANT STRB
- I I III' M t It . I'. I'l. t I Ol.OKtt
ll.r. k.l.'. A A H fi .1 VOiulu I l.4 C4U,
i. t 'u. f fid t ti.1 n
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
i i; mm: : ! !
DILLINGHAM & CO..
5 Jt !1 KIhk Mrrrl, llwaialailai.
IRON, IRON, IRON !
AS JCST RECEIVED PER HA UK
It.C. WVLIi:. A UiKU V.-!"OKl MtST Of
BEST BEST BAR IRON !
lie .,!, if. (... .air riae ol all lit rie.it of (be abor whkb
He will Sell at the Lowest Market Rates I
n'''J WM Wl:lJHT.
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON,
R. KlllltV. PROPRIETOR.
JTrt VV IIM ". U.OO PER
J& WI-KK. MKALM AT A LI. HOLUB, fra
CS oVI.'ck a M.U,Ht m. fuuimft cloae at 7 r.
I(K (UKIM, I C II SOI) I, C.CLtt POP, kt.t
and all ro..l ll.in. , that the Mrl t furniahra, lo auo.
A FEW BASKETS
OF THE f EI.F.lJlt ATEII
QI'ARTA AMI riTH.
Jut rerelred -r l. C Murray, and for ale by
II. IUCFKU I) k CO
Hy I. W. (1 Vi:it,
Corner of I Intel and Furl Streela.
fllllE IIOICF.ST A N O REST OF A I.E,
W INKS AM Wr-lhlTi alwayt U I iun I atlla Har.