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N. B. PILOT BREAD in casks.
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Hubbuck's Kaar and boiled Oil, in casks and drums.
TABLE KNIVES AND FORKS.
CARVERS. BUTCHER KNIVES.
POCKET KNIVES, A-c.
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
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Ladies Fancy Articles,
3VEW FAiCY SIL.KS !
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Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
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Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And A Large Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Poaches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horu Mouth Piece?,
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The Alabama Claims.
IMIVSTANT DLtlilON.- C-.'.Nv fM.Nt. TUL iH.:
Washington, Feb. 2'j. In the L'vurt of the
Coumiseionere of the Alahauin Claims jesteriaj,
Jude Jewell delivered the of inion of "the court
in the cases known as the ' bonded vessels cases."
These Tessels were whalers and consisted of the
James Maury, of New Bedford ; the General
Pike, of 2sew Bedford ; the Milo, of Xew Bed
ford; and tb Nile, of New London, Cocn. Thej
were captured on the whaling ground, with others
of the whaling fieet, in Jane, 1865 ; were bonded
bj the Shenandoah, and ordered to take on board
and carry to San Francisco or to Honolulu the
j officers and crews of the several whalers that the
! Shenandoah had burned the Maury 151 men,
! the General Pike 222, the Milo ICO. and the
! Nile 121. The principal question involved in
! these cafes was what compensation shall be al
: lowed to the owners and crews for tlU enforced
j employment of their vessels respectively, and for
j the compulsory labor and peril ul the men. The
j counsel for claimants ai?ked compensation on the
! basis of demurrage, and the counsel for the Gov
i eminent sugeMeJ the allowance of compensation
in the way of prices for passage for the men from
! the place of capture to port. But the court in
I its opinion does not accord with either view,
i Taking into consideration the fact that the vessels
were actively engaged in their business of whalhig
at the very hour of capture, the opinion of the
court, after citing authorities in collateral and
opposite cases, makes the following awards :
In the case of the James Maury, to the owners
alone for the loss and destruction of property,
$10,324.25, to be divided according to the re
spective interests of the owners, after deducting
insurance, and to the owners jointly, as compen
sation for the damage, for the use of the vessel,
and for the compulsory services of the officers
and crew, the sum of .$10,025, to be received by
the owners, with interest from the date of cap
ture, and to be held by them as and for and in
lieu of the catch of said vessel, and to be distri
buted among the officers and crew of the said
vessel in their due proportions. In the case of
the General Pike, the award to the owners alone
for the loss and destruction of their property, and
to be divided among them according to their re
spective interests, $8,921.66, and to the owners
jointly for compulsory service of officers and
crew, as in the case of the Maury in lieu of catch,
$18,730. In the case of the Milo, to the owners
alone, $9,157 84, and to the owners jointly for
the use of the vessel and compulsory service oi
the officers and crew, in lieu of citch, $16,585.
In the case of the Nile, to the owners alone,
$8,250.65, and to the owners jointly, for the use
of the vessel and compulsory service of officers
and crew, in lieu of catch, $14,375.
There were several claims of officers and sea
men, asking compensation for loss of catch or of
wages, presented at the time when these principal
cases were heard. All these claims arc embraced
in the equity of the judgment, and each of these
claimants will receive out of the judgment, in
lieu of catch, his share of the amount awarded
by the court. As to the loss of wages, after ar
riving at San Francisco or Honolulu, it need only
be 6a id that the men abandoned the enterprise,
choosing to cousider the voyage ended, when they
might have remained by their ships. These
claims will therefore be dismissed.
The following additional judgments were an
nounced : In - Case No- 1,208, to George T.
Brown, $2,185; in Case No. 1,211, to James F.
Brown, $300; in Case No. 1,302, to Mary J.
Bowen, administratrix, $400 ; in Case No. 1,209,
to Barton S. Mason, $420; in Case No. 1,229,
to Joseph B. Worth, $600; in Case No. 1,238,
to John I Miguel, $592; in Case 5o. 840, to
Charles Homer and Richard T. Spraguc, $15,
991.47, (Judges Wells and Kayncr dissenting.)
The following is the judgment in the Cases of
the Milo, Maury, Ac, in detail: In the Milo,
Edward C. Jonee, $5,212.37 ; George H. Dunbar,
$1,144: Ann 11. Dunbar, $264.03; William
Watkins, Executor, $572.36; Jona C. Harris,
$264.03; and jointly, $16,585. Case No. 1,022
The Nile, Julius T. Slicppard, Executor, $1,
053.68. Case No. 1,226 To James C. Allync,
$387.29. Case No. 1,227-Henry P. Haven,
$1,059.43; II. P. Haven ct al., Executors. $1,
059.43; Sarah A. Stoddard, Executrix, $390.53;
A. (J. Douglass, $396.73; Henry P. Haven,
Executor, $387.29; Alexander F. Prentiss,
$361.05; Moses II . Grinnell, $515.61 ; Moses II.
Grinnell et al., Executors, $515.61; Samuel
Willets, $515.61 ; and jointly, $14,375. Case
No. 801 The James Maury. To C. R. Tucker
et al., $4,334.11; Ed. D. Maudcll, Administra
tor, $1,290.53; Henry A. Barling et al., Execu
tors, $3,871.59, and jointly, $16,925. Case No.
826 The Gen. Pike. To Charles II. Giflbrd et
al., Executors, $1,413.88; Charles. II. Giflbrd,
$645.55; Jona P. Giflbrd, $322.78; John F.
Jackson, Administrator, $155.10; Jonathan
Potter, $2,230.40; Charles R. Tucker, Adminis
trator, $155.10; Isaac P. Giflbrd, $1,115.20;
Edward Tucker, $255.29; and jointly, $18,730.
Cases dismissed under the opinion of the court
in the bonded vessels : Cases No. 581 R. W.
Cunningham complainant; No. 564 Hebron M.
Crowell; No. 1,360 Antonio Silva ; No. 573
Richard P. Baker; No. 1,148 John Joseph;
No. 1,147 JohnF.IIawes; No 580 O. Ilawcs ;
No. 871 August G. Jenny; No. 1,240 Manuel
R. de Silva; No. 1,241 George de L. Natto;
No. 1,376 Moses H. Grinnell. The following
cases were then presented to the court upon the
evidence and oral argument of counsel: No.
1,244 Domingo Alacbodoze vs. the United States;
No. 246 John Pomeceno Dovall vs. the United
States; No. 1,246 Thomas Lockhard vs. the
I United States, case dismissed; No. 1,300 John
H. Smith vs. the United States, submitted in the
papers; No. 1,301 Elisha B. Handy vs. the
Unitiid States, dismissed; No. 1,310 John B.
Hussey ct al. vs. the United States, case dismissed
as being too remote; No. 1,343, Ellen M. Part
ridge vs. United Statce, partially argued on
demurrer by Charles C. Beaman and passed to
third call; No. 1,349, Isaac Mitchell vs. United
States, submitted on papers; No. 1,350," James
Christian vs. United States, submitted on papers;
No. 1,351, William II. Young vs. United States,
submitted on papers; No. 1,352, Manuel De
Ramos vs. United States, submitted on papers;
No. 1,353, Joseph K. Sylva ve. United States,
submitted on papers; No. 1,354, Jemima W. P.
Reck vs. United States, submitted on papers;
No. 1,379, Leopold Morse vs. United States, sub
uiitted on evidence and argument of counsel,
Charles C. Bcainan for complainants. In No.
I, 379, John A. J. Creswell appeared for the
United States; in all the others Frank W.
Hackett appeared. Case No. 48, Louise Snow et
al., reargued by Charles C. Beaman, Jr., for
complainants, and J. A. J. Creswell for the
The Prixcess Beatrice's Marriage. London,
Feb 5. On Thursday last Queen Victoria entered
the boudoir orher unmarried daughter, tbe Prin
cess Beatrice, and said: " Beatrice, my dearest, you
want to get married, don't you?" " O, don't I,
just," exclanicd the girl enthusiastically, " and it's
leap-year, too. Hooray! But say, ma, who'e the
him?" " Prim-e Louis efBattenburg,"rerlied her
3Iajety, -"That'll be awfully jolly," said the
Princess; " Iouis is such a sweet name," and she
began scrawling on the blotting-pid, " Beatrice
Battenburg" and wondering how she would look
in white. Yesterday morning, when her auguet
mother again entered Her Royal Ilighnness' apart
ments, she found ber daughter in tears, tears of
indignation rather than of grief. " Why, drat the
child, what ails her?'' said Her Majesty. " O,
ma," cried the Princess, " look at this," and she
pointed to the following item in the Timts:
Calcutta, Feb 4. Prince Louis of Battenburg
while pig-sticking, fell and broke bis collar bone.
The sad event has cast a gloom over the commu
nity. " Well," said the Queen, " what of that?"
" What of that," echoed the daughter: " what
of that? With all due deference to you ina'uia,
I will have no Prince Lousis in miue. I thought
we had come down low enough when poor Louise
married into a grocer's family; but a butcher, a
liinu that makes his living by sticking horrid pigs,
not much, Alesandrina Victoria," and knocking
off her mother's crown, with the remark thai
that was the 6ort of o hair-pin she was, Her l'oyal
Highness betook herself to her bed-room and gave
way to tears. .V. Y. World."
McEWAN'S PORTER !
1ST ARRIVED, IX STONE JVUS. H.
(977) For Sale by CIIA8. LONU,
Precautions against the Spread of Typhoid
Thf fviiwinx prteautton sugninfitl.c lieaJ of
tvj ho4d fevfr Lave tvvii dmwn up by William
Ojf.c, M A.. M. I.. Oim., F. K. C. P., Lend..
M licn5 ii:L-.t of the lUuiof Health for the
caiMfii .Jtriots of Y.it Hcrt, an ! circulated
x tie i-i.niiiry authorities'. "Ivph-'id, cnU-ric,
ar.J if;ne i'tvtr are nr.tiKS gicn to one and the
s.uue iiife;:i d this being a fever pro
duced by exiii 'eiucntal ivir-onii., and alunwt in
variably aecituijnied by diarrlieea. Mi all ncre
ment&l matter the most poisonous is that which
comes from persons theaiselvr ill with the fevct;
and it U principally by means of their etoola that
the diseuie spreads from one person to another.
The pois :n may be taken in by brubing the
efSuvia firm these disci. argf, or frvni the privy,
cesspool, or drains into which they have been
emptied, or by drinking water from well into
which they have soaked, or by swallowing parti
cle that have adhered to Ciothe, bedding, or
other objects, and thence been accidentally
transferred to articles of food or cooking utcncili.
Destruction of the fever jwison in the stools,
tl moment these leave the body, by means of
disinfectants, and (inasmuch as the action of dis
infectants ii- not thoroughly certain) the wife
disposal of the stools themselves, are the means
by which we should try to prevent the diiease
Let all persons, therefore, who would keep
theiuselve and their neighbours free from infec
tion, observe strictly tlie following rules, should
the discu:e occur in their houses; 1. Remove at
once from the sickroom all carpets, curtains, and
other objects likely to get fouled. 2. Keep every
one whue presence is not absolutely necessary,
out of the sick-room, and by means of open win
dows iiml open doors give the patient as much
fres-h air as possible. 3. Put a piece of waterproof-sheeting
under the bed-clothes, in the mid
dle of the led, so as to prevent the bed from get
ting soiled. 4. Put a tea-cupful of the follow
ing disinfecting fluid into a bed-pan or other ves
sel each time before the patient us:s it, and add
some more immediately after : Soda water, a
gallon ; sulphate of iron (i. e., copperas) , a pound;
carbolic acid (the common impure kind) half a
pint. In preparing this fluid the iron should
first be dissolved by stirring in boiling water, and
the cat holic acid added when the iron is dissolved
and the fluid cool. Remember that carbolic acid
is a poison; keep the mixture therefore in a safe
place. The same fluid may be used with great
advantage to disinfect any accumulation of tilth,
such as a dung-pit or cesspool. As a general rule
two quarts will suffice to disinfect one cubit foot
of foul naatter. 5. Take care that the discharges
are thoroughly mixed with the disinfecting fluid,
and t'aeu carry them immediately into the garden
or field, and bury them in a deep trench, pre
viously dug for the purpose, as far as possible
from any well or other water supply. On no ac
count let them be thrown on to a refuse Leap. If
the house be in a town, and without a garden, so
that the stools must of necessity be thrown down
the elosct, add a double allowance of the disin
fectant, and take care tliat the emptying be done
without splashing the scat, and that the closet
be flushed until basin and pan are thoroughly
clean. 0. It bed and body linen, immediately
it is taken off. be put into a tub of water, to.
which carbolic acid has been added, in the pro
portion of half a pintof acid to a bucket of water.
Have tho tub and fluid ready prepared and at
hand before the linen is taken off. Let the linen
soak in this for two hours, and then let it be ac
tually boiled in washing. On no account must
the linen be sent to a laundress without thorough
previous disinfection, nor without informing ber
of its character, so that she may not wash it with
thejinen of other persons. 7. Let the nurse ob
serve the most scrupulous care to keep everything
clean. Let her wear a dress of washing material,
as this is-more easily disinfected than wool. As
her hands must almost unavoidably get soiled in
helping the patient, let her wash them frequently
in water to which some disinfecting fluid has
been added, and let her take care that the water
thus used, as well as all other slops, be emptied
er.refully into the garden trench. 8. When the
illness is over, the bed, if soiled, should he burnt,
or the tick or sacking cover may be disinfected
by thorough boiling, and the flock or straw stuff
ing burnt. Should there be a disinfecting oven
available, the stuffing or hair mattresses may be
teased out and then disinfected by baking at a
temperature of 250 F. Otherwise this also
should be iestroyed. The floor of the sick room
and the bedstead and other furniture should be
thoroughly scrubbed with soft 6oap and carbolic
acid. All the implements aud utensils that have
been in u6e in the sick room should be well scald
ed. The dress worn by the nurse should be dis
infected with carbolic acid and boiled, as directed
in the eixth paragraph. 9. If fever be in your
neighborhood, but not as yet in your house, take
the following precautions to keep it out; Drink
no water that is ojxn to the least suspicion, or, if
fou can get no other, boil it before drinking, j
'se no closet or privy that is used by houses in
which there is already fever. Give immediate
notice to the Ssnitary Inspector of any nuisance
in your neighborhood, such as a stinking drain or
gully, heaps of offensive refuse and the like. Use
all your influence to insist upon the preceding
precautions being strictly carried out by your
neighbours whose houses arc already infected.
J Such language as "j
'4 x'tckon 1 do." "Than
you bet; "you get; "I
tanks' and the whole class,
OR wmcn tnese worus are specimens, snouia never
be tolerated in society . Do not use it on any
ocoaeion and then it trill never be presumptive
enough to suggest itself in the place of something
better. As the mirror reflects your face, so do
words your ideas and the cultivation of your
inner nature. "You bet" is intended to mean
I will or il is so; why not express youself in this
language? "You get," is meant for go, which is
the language of gentlemen and ladies, the other
is the slang of a grog-shop. "Thanks:" bow often
do we hear this word flippantly used by persons
claiming to be in good society. It is highly im
proper; a properly educated person will always
say: I thank you; it is prettier and more respectful.
But you are told that "thanks' is "short" for
many thanks; any thing short of the full sentence
is inelegant and never used by well-bred people.
46 Hotel Street, near Fort,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Fra pi G A. M. I lO I. M.
J3o in -!., 1.-30 to $5,
Regular Meals, down stairs, 25 cts.
SEPARATE DIXIXG ROOM FOR
IZr Yard Room for Horses. XX
WE WILL ENDEAYOE TO PLEASE THE PEOPLE
CALL AND SEE.
K1UBV & DEWING, Mnnagrra.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGENT TO TAKE ACK0f LEDGEHEXTS FOK
sell ly interior Office, Honolulu.
Saloon Pilot Bread !
CASKS AXDQI ARTKR t'ASES, nrr MAHV
Belle Roberta, aurhalet.y (mbll) HOI.Ltrt ft CO.
Ix V:imu It 4':ini:t, C
.llurr:i, :nil Sj rrii, Uy
'fH K IIXKNT iStOHTM K T HHI.X !. i I II M A UK K.T. I' 1. 4 I X "VW It Wl
I i ffct arj dark acJ rut, a lc l.rr ! Tr.u.u' 1'itxia. W b.lr M..: '-olaaaa. M Mi. I rilwi Hil.
iaj ( Cfcraa. L'afci C "an, V.ar U;.. I.tj..sur, llarvkin'a 4 A ! fn ai.4 Mrvlluin ti MiarkrJ iu,
A arfrriu Mr?ct ol WaT-rpryeV in axl Cttixn at4 axl hln iviul f;jr ,
; ' '.- : .
For Oontlemon's 7Vrox t
FINEST BLACK BRO A llCLOTH A D "lt VSK I N . A I.I. V DHL TV Kfcl'N, W1IITK
AND Birr I.IXfcN DICK, t IVK U II1TK MOI.KsKI.V, fr'INKftT Willi :
MARSEILLES VESTING. I.INEV I'A NT aTLl tX 1IKOWN I.IM'.N
ALSO RECE1VLD laucjr Wool Ovrrbut, C.lt.n I nJf rbnt. Gy Wui4 tlai.itrl, tin ai.J M. J.uaa .arM I Wk'i'l
A trw Fiecra Noa. , 9 and It sKV HI I E .1U' tiRAIN RtKltON. W HY TUFA lt hula l,ar anl C,,.h
All Um9 Napklna. Jar Cactaa, Udmjihio S.-ii.e. lUot tlanorl A Irr ' K lll.At'K I.AM A I.AflC
Sill AWIJS. Tab laroatk. S,!k Veil tltrrfr. Biark lla.rlkxh. Mm thtral. Ar.
ALSO ?pr A Jarkton Olrbrate.l AwortrJ i.ft. t.alf r.Hjn.l. xju.rf atJ taprri llaMmrJ Cut SM Cut mu4
moolh.auortftt iiisa. KODOI K A H NS l Kt..UHTH I t Tl Hi V - S, ....., ',h Knir. HulrLrr ami TalW
Koivra, a trw arta of thrlr bt S'l-r I'UtrJ Scu.r.i lln.llr lurkla. i . ?-4, 7-1 and 1 Iro n tiiH-dt r rH au4
Shirt Bullosa. brt qaahlir. Fih and Cl Linca in kii-u, IM. . I c-I anJ t ni l. arl.r.l. sm thtr Ira, fvt LJj-. '
Carry aad Mao Ccmba, Prcooo Caja, 4 . S. 10 Mi., fmn Tu.lr; a4 liaU. rt, tiaw.m r-itn. i,
Kelllra, t anJ S quarta. tlalfaaiarj Wa.h IU-ina. l.ln,.-.l Ttil.i, lilji(n T limira, lull In alilitu
Xdl. BEvr A WEALED A Ml TA II KITTV . 5 IKMIMI V I It K. lluM,ka
Railnl anJ Raw Linrl Oil, HublMirk'a Wbit 7Jnr ar..l I,. ., Aan., ainta In Oil, Ikrat ()r.rj Uuifr rs i.urr
I'fim Tartar. Pore M hit Caanl San. fanliitra. fntc It Vrll-ar. Vll.-w mlir. l.iinx anJ -.ik n. k.'... i a a
aaa t Icehi Oi ToiM I. iaml & Puna PV . tfir t arul II . Ktlra IVum. lr..a-i. C'Hilan a1 ll.ir
Mom. DOW.XRN KKHOIKMC OIL UIKK.t' WKJM I'OM.SI.Il lUMI'lM, !.,.', k,
VIH JVA aw .UT-BS . f
Alio on Hand. A General Assortment
A FEW DOZEN WAUDk I'AYNE'S C'ELEl'
Tbe above aith mani other articlrt (o be touuA at U)n KtT I'KUy
Fi:n; wire ! !
l?vm x jfty --;js w i ."; jtWV
J.--',3 j.y tM-- V .j j
Galvanized Corrugated BLoofiiis
, , i
lltUlll't'K-M I V H K WHITE ,IC AND LEAP, IK lint TK'N IIENT I'il.U
UIIILKII LINSEED OIL.
A FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLOBS !
TERPENTINE, VAKNISIIES. TAINT IIKI'SIIEK. A EIXE 1,(1 1 Or IH'II.I
ERS IIARDWAKE. A GOOD STOCK OE At; It ICt LTI K A L
Will be Sol! at ICKCTPKOCITV FHUJKS!!
AIJIII7ALi for 1 876 !
i PRICE. FIFTY CENTS PER COPY
A HAND-BOOK OP INFORMATION CON
I vroieut for hoin. or office aae ami jual Uir inhl'-t to
It coiiUirii with the Calemlar the TIuio iA Hie Hun'a
Rising and BetUng for cacti day, and tli Munn'a I'lia-at-f.
Table of Marin, hijinalu, Wfmiet ( (be
Court, Official and other OIBcern, ?:lHlt,
4-c, Cuitom Home Tahlra, Mficoro-
logical Tahlea, Timr of Kcliiwea,
U.ivalian Chronological hvenU,
Miasion Rrgiiler, . ; -r
Illnl jry of h KawaiUn Putt Ollioe, -
Uiatory of Ihe Coffee Industry And Tabb-a In Cnnnertl'in
Therewitli, Beminiacence of Neapera Mwl
Offices of Honolulu. Postal Ta
ble, together with
Other al altera of IntereiL
Order from abroad inuat includo postage (10 eta.) and can be
remitted in jUma. Addreat
TIIOK. . TIIRt'M.
sen2i Pnbliaher, Honolulu, II. I.
A Fine Cut Chewing , Tobacco !
. . i .
AT TIIK OI,l CORNER.
d, o o o
FOR SALE LOW BY
C. BREWER & CO.
FROM THE BOSTON KACTORV, A I.I.
For ?aleby BOLLf-P CO.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING IIEC OME
Proprietor of Ibia
la dow prepured to execute all order in Itia line a ith ii-t-um
lie would aJao aay that be' tat aecure.l the -ric a it ilie
former employ en of the Launlry, which w.ll he an .ihliiional
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
And no effort on hia part will be aparrd to twin- Ik lutJrjf
in favor with tbe public (eneralljr. U Terma mwioiate.
jg J A.MKS RKMOX.
MEW GOOJDS I
It It I V ALN
ilj t YI i'IImmitiu', I.
Liicultural Implements !
la N. 3 SIIKKI' KIIEAItw,
Villi WIRE ! ! !
5, :iiiI .
By DILLINGHAM & C0M
n K 07 KImc Mrrrl. Ilaa..,
.HIST RECKIVKI) !
:.'' i . ..."
And For Salo by
F. T. LENEIIAfJ & CO.,
EX AGLAIA AND CEDER,
And Other Late Arrivals.
riMINN II ESI N.MITII'W IM..
. - : loiia IWat 0fft, iiliii Maui Coal.
liar I run, iu Aa.urlnl Diava,
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 int. ci. of Ike C-M,ratri Mai;uf"tur of touu
. . OIIIob ii Co OU.nf.HT, '
FOLLOWING MACHINERY 1
ONE M UAIl MII.U COMI'LKTKl
THREE WESTON'S 1'EKTH I tr'l'li A I.
MA I'll IN KM I
FIVE STEAM CI.A fllfl EMS, 4UO
mm AOO UALLOW.
d it v ; o o i) s j
Ij I a II OKS!
Cmci liei.larira'a CLanjaiaa, pint at.J quarta,
Buketa Lawreir'g Chaiaptraa, t aaJ
Buleta Lawrfc'a ('hampayoe, lra dry,
Caaa Hennry'a ' Kraridr,
Caiwa Marttll'a a a x Lrandjr,
Ca a I'lanat'a IH',2 Urabdy,
Cain tf mall (ienera,
Ba.krl. Mt fieiirva,
Caaa tU nt Old Tuta Urn,
Caaa llmt Kiuahan'a L ln.h W lily,
Caaa Lunil.ea Iri.h V. I l.k-y,
Bmt rV; h M'hirk'jr,
CtaarW Cstkt llennea.y'a Il-.t fal Brandr,
Liuarl-r '.ka Marl'll'a Ileal l(rnn!y,
Quarter C aika Janiaii a Hum.
II E S T A M ERICA N W II INK I Ell
Orciilrntal, ll.rmitag and U. t. O.
I r:.M I. J 1 1 XH A I -CO IIOL,
Cae llet I'ale rt,.rry,Cei Beat OU Fori,
Jjart-r Caoki Pale Ml, rry,
Quarter Caka Irl.b W hl.key,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
I'if.ln a rxl Quarli.
lnilia Fle Ale, pint, ami quart,
Ba At Ca 'a In.lia I'ala Ale, pinla an4 quarta
JUST LANDED, EX BARK CEDER
7f JEWAN'S XXX STOIT.IN STONE JIU,
iI riXle AND QUAKTS.
Putt Uluf, In I dn. ex.; Klirrrf Wluf, la I 4ut. tu
Or Pri'KKIOIl QUA Lit V. ' 4
P. T. KEN Ell A IV aV VO.