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prtda r. September t. vm.
Ia Iocml trade thmrm U bnt little of Interest to note,
business generally 1 sluggish, as crop are coming In slow
ly at this Urns, and trad may b said to be eunfined mostly
to Chinas dealers. Tbeae. aa may out be known abruad
bar a a great part the control of the retail dry good
business) throughout thn coootry district. By living
much cheaper than the white man can, they manage to
freight him out, and keep the field to theruselve.
Our advice fruta San Francisco are to the Cth Inst,
we nute no material alteration In the prices) of staple
articles) of Island prstlnee. We qnote Hawaiian grocery
grade of sugar T e. Volaeacs 111 J c. Rice 5
C. The Otrnwuerxial IlTvld of the 3th save in regard to
Island sugars :
Onr atock ootalda of the reflnera la very arnall. and it
la really a very difficult matter to parchaee Hawaiian
or any other Nj. 1 Urocery Oradea ontaid of the refiner
tea. The trad In thia respect haa greatly changed witn
ta two years, sandwich Island in kega once had a strong
hold a pen consumers, brat thia la no longer the cae."
The arrivals of merchant craft from abroad hare been
bat two. on from China and one from California, and
there hare been only two departorea. one for San Fran.
Cisco and on for Victoria, B. C. the exports of domestic
prodac by which are rained at I U, 333. 7 J.
The next mail for the East will go by tha PUSS Zea
landia. da here next Monday.
ALOJG THE YfUlKYES.
Tha) Am ach Clan Sprecklea, la at Tlbbeta and Sorren
ona wharf; ah haa discharged ail of her cargo, and la
now ready for more; ah will load with dispatch for Ban
Tha An bktne J A Falklnburg, la discharging at the
Old Custom Hons wharf.
At Brewer A- Co 'a wharf the Am bk D C SI array, haa
completed her cargo, and will sail fur San Francisco to
day; also it same wharf the Am ach W II Meyer,
from Ban Francisco yesterday la discharging a general
Tha Haw bk B C Wylle, 1 at Allen k Robinsons wharf
discharging cargo from Furope, and after discharging ah
will be laid on for Bremen.
The Am ahln Got Goodwin, U at the Old Steamship
wharf; an will sail for San Francisco on Tuesday next.
The German bk Iphlgeaia. is at the foot of Fort at dis
charging a cargo of Chines Goods.
The Brit bk 3tormy Petrel, is taking In ballast at P M
S 'J dock; ah will aall in wek or ten days, for Portland
or Saa Francisco.
Tee PM9I Zealandla. will be do from Sydney, Mon
day P M an root for Has Francisco.
fh Eaw bk Li 11 a. was sold at Auction, yesterday for
M oot); ii Cornwall. ts, wa lb purchaser.
poiit or nonoiui.Tj. 11. i.
Bept 21 Car bk lphign!.. Green. M day from Wham poa
2i A a tch Jam Woolley, lira pe lead, 43 day from
J arris Island
04 U a a Alert, rinatlnartoo, 24 days from 8 Fran
li Asa ach W H Meyer, Brown, 20 days from 8 P
Bept 20 Asa bkta Discovery, Smith. (r Ban Fraaciaco
20 Ass bktne Ella, Brown, lot Baa Francisco
83 Am bk Marmloo, Jordan, (or Victoria. B 0
TesMl fr IIiailai frwa Fadeless I'orl.
As kk Amy Tanwr, Boston, da Oct a-10
Brit bk The 7renerk:k. Liverpool, dj Bept 14-30
Am bk Laora B Burnham, Mew Tork, do Hot t-ft
Brit bk V kola, Liverpool, do Oct 20-M
Ger bk AausU, Cardiff, do Nor 20-2
Brit bk Lady ilesd. London, doe Nov SS-30
BrU bk Cessna, Liverpool, koadioc Jaly 24
MrTttim Casue Irrm Glasgow to sail middle ol Aagust
Am bgtne Hssard 5cw Caatle, MJ do Oct a-10
Aa bkin Eareka, Ban Francisco, loading Bept 1
Am bk Cyan, Baa Francisco, loading Hpt 1
Am kk A C bickerman, Hongkong, loadiog Aog 1
BrU atm Oalaadu Sydney, do tfept 29
Am atai City of Hew Tork. ran Fraaciaco, doc Oct
Am bk CaavJeo, Port Gamble do
BaiaUa aclt Virid. Fsnoiaea Island, do Oct 1-4
Catherine godden. Port Blakeley
V ESSE 1-9 IN I'OKT
C B 8 Alert, Ilantlngtoo
Am topitad ach Lolela, Dexter
Uaw bgu Pom are, for tale
Am ship Gor Goodwin, Lester
Am ecb Geo! Barney, Tripp
Am bk D C Murray, Noma
Bawbk UUu. O'Brien
Brit bk Btormy Petrel, Beed
Eaw brig Julia M Arery, Arery
llawbk B C W yUe
Am bkm J A Falkinbarg, Habbert .
Am sck Clans Bprecklea, to Schmidt
Oer bk Iphlgenia, Qreen
Am aeh Jos W-wlley, Hempstead
Am topsail ach W ii Meyer, Brown
Tha schooner &i JCymjA went ashore at Ellis Group
some time la January. The Hawaiian brig Viola sailed
from Honolulu, March lri, to take off her crew, and ar-
rt-rf .f t?i ?Hb ; trynx on tnsrd the crew and passengers
" """ iimi e'iLai a ku, lrue Jae raider. andTaiiuared away"
for Bonham Island, and arrired on the 9th of April ; dis
charged ballast and bead d the vessel bnt could not re
pair her, and ah wa condemned and sold. The Cap
tain left May 29th for Hongkong. She waa partially
broken up. The Sea Hymph need some repalrato her
bottom. 3he was tlgnt, cut ner spars were gone. a. r.
Report of Bchr Jo. Woolley, BenJ. Hempstead, Master
n. iii frorn liooolalu Jaa," 2it and alahted Fanninsa I land
a th 29th Jaly Sd arrired at J arris Island and found ship
Bpringuetd at the mooring loading t She fioished loading en
th 2Vlh and sailed on the itst with lftM tons guano for Ham-
norg. Jaly 20 took all tn men and material on ooara ana
ailed fte Baker's Island, arrlrlDg Aug. 3d, taking men and
maiarial and sailed oa th Bth for How land's Island arririog
oa the 10th, and taking mea and material on board sailed
omi dnv fur Hooelula. Sept. 8d a naiire Hawaiian named
Hoi died and wa buried at sea. Sept. 22d at 10 A. m. made
Ialaad of Oaha bearing 8. B. W. distance 20 miles, and ar-
head la port tllr.a.
from Guana Islands per Jo Woolley. Sept 234 anchors.
19 UUoia chain, 3 whale boat, and a quantity of working
material from the huaod.
From aa rraocisco. per Clans Spreckles, Bept 20 tOO
sacks icmr. 10 pka sugar, 10 pkga Vinegar, 20 tin crackers.
100 potatoes, 64 pkf proeteioos. 234 pea timbers, 24s pea
Iron. 204 bbls Urn. z m bricka. 1000 R W posia, 40 bbU
aalmoa, ad scka beans, 1M m shingles. 111 sck grain, 85 pkga
From Fertland. per J A Falklngbarg. Bept 20 20 aacka
oaia, ti bbla and 30 kits salmon, 400 aacka floor, 246 cases
pilot bread. 103 cords firewood. 00 sacks charcoal, 10 coop
cnieksa. 74 sacks potatoes, M bbla tallow, 20 caeee Oregon
cider, M bbla beef, 40 pkga suae mercnannise,
From Wbomaoa, per Iphlginla, Sept 23 1 cases maallla
dcara, 13 be boo beds, laou arvcEa, ana sou page (.bums
nroTwioaa and mas.
From Baa Fraaciaco, per W H Merer. Sept 26100 case
nal oil. kOO aacka mr. 1 rase rifles, 4070 R W posts, 74 pkgs
proelainaa, 324 bole sal moo. 467 pkrs liquor. 460 sacks grain,
210 aaeaa potatoes, 10O bhle hsse. IS as brick, 380 m shingles.
171 do chicken. 1 bal, 3 cows, lb bogs. 414 pkrs Bsc nwlse.
For 8a Franrlico. per Ella, Bept 20. 44 pkga sugar.
33 bale goat aktna. 33 bDCha banana, 106o baga nee.
IKun U iiJ6.77.
From Guano It lands, per Joseph Woolley, Sept 22 Cspt
tolmt Irtm. O W BtUtnoa, m roy. tanrtet Mounts-
V Was Cofilo, Jo a Bead, John OUbertson, and U Hawaiian,
From Aatoria. per J. A. Falklngbarg. Sept 20. Mar
B W Lain and child, Mrs J T LHxwney, James Armitage,
and 13 Chinese.
V From San Francisco, per CI sua Spreckela, Sept 20
W O McCutchen. W li Lewis.
From Whom poa per Iphlglai Sept 21223 Chinese.
rmm Sen Francisco. ler W H Meyer. Sept VI. J M
w.i-, l.rr.. nuura. t!dward Dacr. L. Bnchler. H Mil
ler. J SaTidg. Juo Brown. F Ii WlUeta, Alfred CUfle, F
Loraox. and 4 L-fllaese.
For San Francisco, per Ella. Bept 20. H 8 Benton,
Charles Settege. Frank Tlbbeta. vox coov.
Sstttw LoHiXA! At th realdenc of Mr V. Mana
Vr, Vouulu. Sept. 25th. by Ber. S. Paaluhi. Ma. Ed-
waai Hun Snrru, to Mis Mabtba Lohila-i.
Uota On board th Joa-pA Wonlby, on Sept 3d. daring
her psasage from th Ouano Islands to Honolulu, Hola, a
naUr of iao, Hawaii. Burled at sea.
Monr In thia aity, sept 24tn. Thomas Moaz, a native
of bcotland. aired 61 years. Chicago papers pleas
CH3IBTTA la Honolulu, at th -Queen's Hospital.
Bept 2fcth. Javib Chaistiaji. a natlr of St. Thomas,
West Indies- He waa a aerrant of the French Commis
sioner. HocowtaTUW. At Palama. Bept 27th, of congestion of
th lun. Lias rax. Taint HocohtaiijQ, ia th 24th year
of his age.
The funeral will take place to-day from hi father's
rcaidjnc at Palama- Friends and acquaintances of the
family ar In Tiled to attend.
Js't-sr Tori, Sept- 5. The Herald's Washiagton
despatch, says that the Madrid Cabinet baa decided
to Jnatrucl the Spanish Minister at Washington to
insist opon Cuban refugee filibusters being com
pelled to respect neutral obligations. This is an
enigma to officials at Washington. It is said that
it refers to a Cuban organization in New York.
And that the desperation of the Spanish Gorern
ment to prerent public meetings or parades to
create sympathy for the insurgents in C iba
Tub Ncptiai. Bixssiio." In a sermon preach
ed at Seal-street Roman Catholio Church, Liverpool,
recently. Dr. O'Beillj remarked that Catholics
knew they could not inlermerry with neaif relations,
nor wi:h those who were not Catholics, attachments
of this kind were allowed to grow op, and then dis
pensations were asked for because these attachments
his grown so strong, lie would repeat to them as
answer which had come from the Holy Bo on this
err point. He had, unfortunately, been forced to
apply for s. dispensation for the marriage of two
first cousins. The Pope said the scandalous facility
with which the clergy were lending tbemielres to
t.2igt the fancies of the people was bringing all
law into contempt. 5 priest could read the nup
iial LU-asio2j at a mixed marriage.
The sugar estates en the island of Mauritius hare
Utelr become eoosolidatfJ, and now, unfortanately,
. -.-.? r -njT i o Brotdetors. The few lire in
iwv-vas. - j r r . -
V HA jm alawm T(t a ssV
iqmuuM .nil in m mmm - mtm i w w
P. M. S. S. Co.'s Time Table for 1879.
FROM HoSOLVLV TO SAS FRANCISCO.
M'nwtrr. Mmdff, ; 31-m.lay, Monday.
Crnror NewVobe,...: Jan. ; May 12. ! Kept. 1.
Zr ul rb. 17. , June 9. Hrpt. 29.
Cirr or StDSET ', Msr. 17. ; July 7. Ort. 27.
AreTBAU , Apr. It- i Aug. 4. Xot. 24.
FROM HOSOLVLV TO A L'CKLAXD. tC.
STramrr. ; Mml,iy, j M-mHtty. Monday.
AraTKALiA 1 Jan. 27. j May !!. Sept. 8.
Cm or New Tobe. ..! K-b. 24. ! June 1. Oct. 6.
Citx or Sidset . .
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27
Notice U hereby given that all cominunicatiuna in-
t-nd-d for online with the Advebtiseb Pbixtiso
Establisbiiejit, must be addreoaed to the nnderslgned.
Subscribers boe nubscriptiona ar due for the
A&vebtiheb. are respectfully requested to settle the same
ithout furtbt-r notice.
Subscribers will please reiuember. tbat when aubscrip-
tlons are paid for in advance, the price is only Five
Ixllaks a Yeab. i. 11. BLACK.
Honolulu. Jan. lth. VCi. IuUuhrr and proprietor.
cterdat at 11 o'clock a. M. His Majesty the
Kicz received an informal call from the Ameri
can Consul, who resented Captain Huntington
and the officers of the U. S. S. Alert. The King
was accompanied by members of the Cabinet and
also by II. E. Governor Dominis, as well as by
members of the staff. The Alert we learn, sails
for China to-day, beinjg one of the relief
etnps for that e'atiun.
Tat-paykrs should remember that the assess
ments hare already been made, and that the late
Mongolian arrivals bare just this much advantage
over them, if no other, that is tbat these iojiai
grantu, 773 of which have arrived since the first of
last July, will assist considerably in reducing the
coin of the country before the next asceement
comes round, and consequently make it rather
bard scratching for the affluent tax-payers, oi
to-daj, to pony up " on next assessment day.
Bone and muscle are a desideratum with some
people, but it is a known fact tbat the drone Las
just as much bone and muscle as a worker bee.
but these latter insects are fully aware of the
folly of allowing the former to remain in their
busy community when they do not contribute to
the general welfare. Go to the bee, thou tax
payer, learn its ways and be wise.
The new kecclations just promulgated by the
Minister of the Interior, affecting the speed at
which drays and carts are hereafter to be driven
through the streets of this city, cannot be other
wise than acceptable to oar citizens as not only
being well-timed, but also in accord with a due
regard for the pubiic safety. The speed and
carelessness of drivers of drays has been a nui
sance tbat required the intervention of proper
authority to lessen the evil, and we are well
pleased to notice the prompt action taken. To
say nothing of the cruelty displayed in compel
ling animals attached to heavily laden drays to
attain a high rate of speed, the liability to acci
dent was continually staring the occupant of
lighter vehicles in the face, and also a risk of in
jury to life or limb, was run by adults and chil
dren who walked the streets. Now, however,
that the edict has gone forth which should change
this former state of things, we hope to have lees
instances of runaways and smasbups, and there
fore lees accidents to record of injury to persoli
In Considebing the East Indian Question im
migration scheme, two important points must be
rer ciaf ter :otclptfAB'wagca"aDiL tffiSirSiftirtifeEtr
be discussed. The first, is the attitude of the
British Government towards such an enterprise,
and this is, tbat they shall retain a judicial juris
diction over the immigrants after their arrival
and settlement in the Hawaiian Kingdom. This
condition, we understand, they bold as a settled
matter of policy, and will not even discuss any
proposition for its modification. Such a condi
tion settles for us, once for all, the question of
obtaining laborers from India. No patriotic
Hawaiian can for - joomcnt harbor the though
of a divided jurisdir .ion in the Kingdom. If our
government ia worth having it is by its supreme
authority in the land ; let the final authority be
once tampered with, and what is there left enti
tled to respect or capable of carrying out its own
No intelligent man of business, acquainted with
our affairs, can advise such an innovation or help
foreseeing, if it were tiicd, a hopeless confusion of
conflicting interests which would be injurious if
not fatal to our prosperity. It is easy to get up
memorials with an imposing list of names, but
such documents are notoriously weak and uncon
vincing ; they prove nothing and are not even
evidence tbat the signers really wish what they
petition for. Doujbtless many of our planters
would like to try East Indian laborers, but is
there a single one who would take them subject to
the condition mentioned above ?
The second point, if the above difficulty could
be disposed of, is the question of health. Judg
ing from late advices, disease is not uncommon
in ship loads of laborers from India. We are
unable to speak definitely on this point, but it is
a question tbat would have to be pretty closely
answered before an enterprise so deeply affecting
the interests of the nation could be properly tak
ins, arrival, duriug the past week, of two
hundred and sixteen male Chinamen, has added
still more to this undesirable element in our
population. In walking along Honolulu streets
at least three men out of four to be met with are
Mongolians. It is said tbat five hundred more
are on the way from China. We are reminded
of a familiar song that was popular during the
late civil war in the United States, one verse of
which was : We are coming. Father Abraham,
five hundred thousand strong." The millions of
China are crowded for the want of room in their
own country, and the few thousands that are
coming here will not be missed there. But a
short time will suffice to make the Chinese large
ly in the majority in these islands, and when
that period arrives, we may depend tbat the now
docile and smiling Celestial will assert and use
bis power. Caucasians and Ilawaiians alike will
have to take a back seat. This result must be
apparent to every thinking mind not blinded
by motives of personal present interest. In truth,
some who have differed from us in our opposition
to the Chinese immigration, are now constrained
to acknowledge tbat we are getting too many of
their favorites, and are beginning to say, hold,
enough." But the mischief has gone too far, and
the serious question now is, how to stop the
incoming flood. Prompt action on the part of
government authorities, as suggested by this
journal some time ago. is the only way in which
to meet the emergency of the ' situation. The
Constitution clearly points out the remedy. This,
as yet, is not a war or a rebellion, but it is get
ting to be an invasion. Wc again demand, in
the name of the Hawaiian nation, tbat those in
authority shall give their serious attention to this
subject, instead of, as now, looking on with
folded bands. " ero fiddled, while Rome
burned." On small scaie, we seem to bare
hi'tory repeating itself in these islands.
jJhe platitudes of the Gazette on the Chinese
question are so singularly absurd and inconsist
ent, e7en for that proverbially incoherent sheet.
Hilo, Bept lth. 1&9.
Editor FaciAe Ommereial Advrrtitrr.
Sib: In your issue of the lJth Inst, you express surprise
that the cane planters on these Islands do not obtain In
surance on their growing crop.
We will say aa regards this plantation, that we have
tried onr utinnet to procure inruranee on our growing
canes, but have been unable to find any company repre
sented in Honolulu willing to take the rik.
If you know of any reliable company, issuing policies
on growing canes, you would on ns, and other plantera of
this district, confer a favor by pubiiahing it name, and
we should only be too happy to avail ourselvea of the op
portunity of procuring one. Your very truly,
HrrcHCOCE k Co.
The necessary inquiriea are being made on the subject,
and we hope to be able soon to report favorably. Ed
P. C. A.J
Dear Mb.. Editor. I am not one that might be
termed a newspaper nuisance this is my first effort.
I have a rel grievance, and must at least see it in
print. Jonathan (that's our husband) says it will
do no good. Talk it up, he says, with my neigh
bors ; bless me, I have done it, until my neigh
bors are afraid to see me, and all about servants,
and especially cooks. I am no politician, and none
of our family belong to the Board of Immigration.
I don't care where a good cook comes from, or
where a poor one goes to ; neither do I know any
thing about our laws or servant and master's Act.
Bat it seems tome by the set tarn's actions that the
Acts are pretty much on their side.
I never speak of myself much less write, but I
know I am kind and considerate to my servants
especially the cook. Never speak above my breath
and always in a kind and suggestive way. Often
with tears in my eyes, which have no more effect
on them tban sweet oil on a graven image ; I have
had any quantity of cooks within the past few years
some fair, others poor but the majority worth
less cooks and worthless creatures.
llow do I get my cooks T The same way in which
others do, I suppose. Pay $5 or $10 for bunting
one up ; ask my neighbor's oook to look round for
one of their honest (T) friends for me, and by and
bye they come around and take a survey cf my
self and tbe surroundings, ask " how many time
eatee, how many times eookee," &o., &c If I have
only been cooking for a few days I am perhaps a
little stiff, although respectful - ia my answers.
Give the number of little ones, age and appetite, and
say tbat the pot must boil three times a day. This
is ' too mucbee," and away they go. After having
done duty in the cook house for ten days or more, I
begio to wilt, and ready to drown a few of tbe young
ones and accept two meals a day, and no lock on
tbe pantry. If we have lunch in the middle of the
day, its my business and my work. I cannot ask
tbe cook to come from his work (for be it known be is
alio running a coffee shop of bis own) in the middle
of the day. This would subject him to leave just
three times each day, and the leaving is just where
tbe tax comes in whether you see it or not.
I asked Mrs. B. the other day how she got along
with her cooks. " She thought she had a prize, and
she tried to behave herself in ber very best; set
lunch for him to keep him from coming home at
noon, and did other little things such as chopping
tbe firewood and cleaning the kitchen. But it was
no use. lie broke ever so maoy more dishes in his
hurry to get away, flis coffee shop was unprofi
table to me in many ways. He never got home to
cook the dinner until just about time to put it on the
table. It was never half cooked and all after my
raising his wages from $5 to $6 per week.'!
This was my experience over and over, and although
I hardly ever complain or speak about my cooks (in
fact ladies never do) or our troubles with Chinese
servants, I was just giving a California lady an ink
liog of my troubles, in this respect, a short time ago,
who in tbe most abrupt way stopped me by sayiDg:
" They serve you right, I am glad of it When peo
ple do not know now to treat tbeir servants they
should be served so." This took me a back, for I
did think I bad treated my servant over well.
Yes," she said, " you housewives in Honolulu try
I am told, bow much you can outbid each other in
your monthly pay to your cooks and servants. Think
or permit turn, which ia all tbe same so tbat be
can engage id some otber business, taking your
time, and not unlikely your pantry is taxed more or
less each time they leave."
I told Jonathan what Mrs. B. eiid, and although
an observant and quiet man in all otber respects, be
will get a little excited on cooks. He said. " Mrs.
B. was quite right. In no otber country would the
people allow tbeir cooks or servant to scamper round
town four or five hours eac!' day. It was neither
just or honest and we never would have help until
such practices were stopped. In California a cook
or servant would not think of leaving tbe house in
tbe day time without leave; in China, which means
also Hongkong. they can neither leave night or
day without permission; and any infraction from
these rules dees not mean a case in the police court,
when the master has to pay whether he wins or
looses; but a more pointed and less costly mode of
justice is dealt out."
Now, dear me ! I had forgotten I was writing for
a paper, I have not yet said what I want to see advo
cated in your paper on this subject. We need East
Iodia labor for our bouse servants. Turn these
thieving Chinamen oat and into tbe fields. Have
laws passed that servants cannot leave their employ
ment f unless to special cases) daring working bours.
As o&r laws now stand (Jonathan says) a man or
servant may go away several hoars or nearly the
whole day, if not two days, and you cannot arrest
bim under a contract bat that you can sue for
damages. The damages and costs you may charge
np to your already over-grown account, against the
servant. If you think well of my ideas on paper, I
win maxe mem more iau next week.
Mrs. Jonathan UatxesA
A Moment of Fate.
The Denver Col.) Tribune tells the following
thrilling story of the Grand Canon of Colorado :
Charles May and bis brother Robert :n the spring
ol 1S7U oQered to pass railroad ties down the Ar
kansas from the mountain source. lie says :
'Our offer was accepted, when we started into
the upper entrance of the canon with a large skiff1,
provided with six days provisions and 200 feet of
rope, with which, by taking a running turn
around some firmly planted object, we could low
er our boat a hundred feet at a time. In this
way, at the end of three days, baring set adrift
many hundred ties, we reached tbe entrance of
Royal George. Here we discovered tbat an at
tempt to descend the first waterfall with two in
the boat was certain destruction, and to return
was impoeseble Accordingly, 1 determined to
lower my brother down the fall in the boat. At
a distance of 200 feet I gave him the rope and let
bim take the chance of the canon, (life seemed
more certain in tbat direction) while I would
risk my physical ability to climb the canon wall,
which was about 2,000 feet high.
About 10 o'clock in the morning I shook hands
with my brother, lowered bim in the boat safely
to the foot of the fall, gave him the rope and saw
bim no more. Then throwing aside my coat, hat
and boots, and stripping the socks from my feet,
I commenced roy climbing way, often reaching
the height of 100 or 200 feet only to be compelled
to return to try some otber way. At length,
about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, I reached a
height on the smooth canon of about a thousand
feet. Here my further progress was arrested by
a shelving ledg-; of rock that jutted out from the
canon side a foot or more. To advance was with
out hope ; to return certain death. Reaching
upward and onward. I grasped the ledge with
one band, and then witn tbe otber ; my leet
slipped from tbe smooth side of the canon, and
my body bung suspended in the air a thousand
feet above the roaring waters of the Arkansas.
At tbat moment I looked downward to measure
the distance I would fall when tbe strength of my
arms gave out. A stinging sensation crept
through my hair as my eye caught tbe strong
root of a cedar bush that projected over the lede
just beyond my reach. My grasp of the ledge
was faet yielding to the weight of my person.
Then I determined to make my best effort to raise
my body and throw it sideways towaid the root,
so as to bring it within my grasp. At the mo
ment of beginning tbe effort I saw my mother's
ace as she leaned out over the ledge, reached
down her hand and anight me by the hair. Stran
ger, my mother died while yet a young woman,
when I and my brother were small bojB, but I
remember ber face. I was successful in making
the side leap of my arms, when I drew myself
upon tbe ledge and rested for a time. From bere
upward my climbing way was laborious, but less
dangerous. 1 reached the top just as the sun was
sinking down behind the snowy range, and hast
ened to onr camp at the mouth of the canon,
where I found my brother all safe. " Charley,"
said he, "bare you bad your bead in a flour
oack?". It .wa then that I discovered tbat mv
PHE CAPTAN OFTIIE GERMAN BARS
Ipbirenia will nt be respouaibl for any debts contract
ed by the crew.
TBJOTICE IS IEREBT GIVEN THAT OX
A w the 2d day of vtrmbrr, 1S9, the undersiened pur
chaaed all ihe right, lie and interest of A LIN A to the lras
of tbe premisea on Nutna street, and will not be responsible
for any debts whatevoof the aaid A Una.
LOO CHIT 8AM
Honolulu, 8cpt 27, 679.
MASON" k. BFILDER f waawy year
ituf, ep-riror,nd m
MASON WtEK lu
rill perform tbe most dimcult
i EK lu an able manner and on reasona-
able terms. Adrres:i H. FhTtRiOS,
Sailor's Home, Honolulu.
mHERE WIIX. BE A MEETING OF THX
1 Shareholders is.he CHINESE THEATRE on tbe 1st or
October, in Buffum's HsU. Honolulu. AU holders of Stocks
are notified that action will be taken affecting iheir rif bts as
ho ders of said sbares.tnd unless all assessments are paid up
on or before the date XfVre mentioned, said delinquent Stock
will be told lor tbe befh 0 those whose share are paid up.
It By rder. TONO HINQ TOSQ.
DEPABTMEVT OF THK ATTORNEY GENERAL, I
Honolulu, September 26 tb, 1879.
ARE WARE OF ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS will be isid to any person who will give such in
formation aa will leal to the conviction of the person or per
sons who set fire to th house of tbe Hon. T. Martin, at
VTaiobina. Kau, HaUi.
Information may tn given to the Sheriff Of Hawaii, the De
puty Manhal or anyDeputy Sheriff se27 t
NOriCE OF SALE.
AT OTIC E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
A firm of Wiog Ckong Tai. consisting of Messrs. Cbulan
Ac Co., Wong Ma FocTong, Look Sang, Yun Uun, Lee Tab
Pon. thong Fa, Yon; Hee, Chang tling, Chang Yung, Con
chee At Anting, K ironic how Kee, Wing Wo Yen, Chiog Chin
Sam. have, on the 21 sy of Sept., 1S79, aold all their right,
title and interest in the business carried on under tbe firm
name of Wing Cheong Tai, to a firm in Hongkong, named
Wing Wo Yuen, whicblrm baa authorized and empowered
Loo Chit Sam to carry cj and conduct the aaid business for
The name of the ntw fins will be called Wing Cheong Tai
No member of tbe late Aim of Wing Cheong Tai will be held
responsible for any debts contracted by the new firm of Wing
Chroni Tai Yuen Kee.
Tbe new firm of Wing Cheonl Tai Yuen Kee will not be re
tpons.ble lor any debts cootracud by the old firm of Wing
Cheone Tai from and after the 2ld instant.
All debts against the late firm of Wing Cheong Tai, and all
aeconota due and owinr them, must be settled within one
week from this date. LOO CHIT 8 A N.
Honolulu, Sept. 27th, 1S79. (se27)
Grand Re-Opening This Saturday Even'g,
Sept. 27th, and every evening during the ensuing week
LOOK SUN FUNG TROUPE
Wil Appear in
New Acts, New Songs, New Feats of Tum
bling and Strength.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES:
Balcony and Tirquette, 75c and $1; Pit, 50c.
tcr DA V PERFORMANCES will hereafter be
given ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND
SATURDAYS, WITH AN ENTIRE CHANGE
PROGRAMME AT EACH ONE.
Co-operative Tailor Store
1 i .
Fort Street. Mclntyre's Block
Next Door to Wenner 4- Co.'s Jewelry Store.
117E. THE UNDERSIGNED. RESPECT-
ft FULLY beg to announce to the pubiic that we have
formed a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on
conducting the business of
At the Above Place. We have
Received Direct from Europe
Ex R. U. VVylie, a Well Selected and Fine Aa-
Which are of Superior Quality, and especially adapted for
thia climate. From a lone experience as Tailors in this King
dom, we are thoroughly acquainted with the wants of the
puolic, and will use oar utmost endeavors to meet them, and
guarantee pericct satisfaction in every respect as to
MATERIAL AND PRICE
We attend personally to the business and perform the work
ourselves, we nope by Superior workmanship and givinj
Perfect Satisfaction, to make our place deserving of the pat
ronage oi uiose wno acsire
Perfect Fitting, Well-Made
Stylish Clothing of Good Material
O.N REASONABLE TERMS.
(Cr Orders from the Other Islands will receive prompt at
tention. Samples of Cloth and Prices, together with rules for
seu-measuremeni, sent on application.
L. B. KERR,
C. Q. SORKNDSON,
se27 lm WM. I10B30N.
EX BKS. D. C. MURRAY & DISCOVERY
KEROSENE OIL, GOLbEX QATK FLOCK, LARD,
COTTON SAIL TWINE,
OYSTERS, Azc, Arc.
Received this day, and for a.ile low.
seS BOLLE3 k CO.
IVILMINGTO.N TAR. WILMINGTON
For Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
PORK, II A MS. BACON'. CHEESE.
Kj Lard. 4rC , 4rc.
For Sale by
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
AfwF AI.L.SII ADES. IN L.AKGE ANU SMALL
cf Packages. For Sale by
jal 79 BOLLES k CO,
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
REAL ARTICLE OP
BOLLES & Co.
Chutney in quart Bottle, assorted,
al '79 For Sale by
IN BOXES OF oOO. 200. AND I OO EACH.
The Genuine Article. For sale by
my24 BOLLES CO
BOLLES k CO.
Kegs of powdered sucar.
jal '79 For Sale by
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
Hl llBI CK'SPfJKE LEAD, lll'BBl'CK'S
White Zinc, Ilubbuck's Pale Boiled Oil. Boston Spirits
For Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
nURE SPERM Oil
STRAINED AND FREK
JL from foots.
For Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
RECEIVED Br LATE ARRIVALS VIZ I
Lady Lampson, Kalakana, Discovery, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family. Bakers' Extra, Ac Eldorado Flour.
Cracked Wheat. Corn Meal, Oat Meal, Wheat, Oavs,
Ground Barley, Bran, Hay, and for sale by
my2 BOLLES k. CO.
NOS. FROM 1 TO lO. COTTON SAIL.
TWINK, 5, S, 7 and 8-ply, ex Murray thia day.
ee8 BOLLES k CO.
MEDIUM BREAD AND CRACKERS.
.arm - ssv n a - n-wr .
OTTO RANDEU OF BERLIN'. IS RE
Ql'tSTED to communicate with the German Consulate
at Uonolnla. sc S7 2t
TIME BRICH-STORE AND PREMlsts
on Qneen street, belonging to tr R W. Wood, at pre-
seuf occupied by the undersigned.
For terms apply to
n. UACKrfcLD k Co-
WILL BK HELD ON THE SOtls Or
YEMBER, in the basement roomaof Fort Street Church,
the avails c f w hich w ill be used tor paying off the debt incurrea
in tasking repairs and enlarging the Church. UooaUons trot
friends oa tbe other Islands will be gratefully received. All
persona interested are requested to send their contributions of
Fancy Articles and Refreshments without further notice. Con
tribution or Communications should be addressed to
MRS. W. C. fARiva,
MRS. W. F. ALLEN,
se27 2t Or MISS H. S. JCDD.
1879 COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
J. A. FALKINBCRG, IN BARRELS
and half barrels; and a splendid quality of the Spring
Catch, 1379. (se27) For Sale by BO ma & CiO.
I that she haa thia day been appointed by
Court Executrix of the last Will and Testament of Joseph P.
Cooke. Isle ot Honolulu, deceased, all persons having claims
against the Estate of said deceased, whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, are notified to present the same for pay
ment, duly authenticated, and with the proper vouchers, if
any, at the residence of the Subscriber in Honolulu within six
montcs Irom in is date, or tne same wui oe iomtr
And all persona indebted to aaid estate are requested to maxe
immediate payment. HARRIET K. COOKE.
Honolulu, Sept. 5B, 1ST. e
FOR SALE BY C. BREWER & CO.,
1 Pare Durham Ball,
1 lialf Darham k Ayrshire Ball,
JUST LANDED EX BKTNK ELLA. se27
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
V. H. Crossman & Bros.,
118 Chamber Street, New York Agents.
rilHR EIT VHSSEL iaa thia HO Kl Li A a.
1 Line will lesre New York in all the month of December.
PartiM havlnir freight for this Dort. will do well to patronise
thia Line, being assured of a good veasel and a low rate of
freight. cj "
F. A. SCIIAEFKK& CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
Per K. 0. Wylie, from Bremen,
Muller's Lager Beer and Pals Ale, In qta. and pta.;
Bremen Brewery Lager Beer, In qts.j
Rhine Wine Sen loss Johacnisberg and Hochheimer's;
Superior Clarets and Champagne,
G. Goulet k Co., qta. & pts.;
Due de Mootebello, qts. pts.
Sillery Mousseux, qts.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
APABL.EOF HOLDING SOOOALLOSS
For sale by
raE RESIDENCE OP THE LATE E. G.
ADDEB.LY, a short distance above the first bridge, on
Nuuanu Avenue. The lot Is nearly half an acre In sixe. For
further information enquire on the premises. ae20 lm
FOR SALE !
California Beef, California Pork,
By Late Arrivals.
For Sale Low, by
A. W. PKIRCB k CO.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TlHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST OPENED
a Grocery, Provision, Tobacco and Cigar Store at No. 44
nntpi Street, near Horn's Bakerv. Constantly on hand, Fresh
Ekrs. Fresh Butter. Fruit and Groceries of all kinds, which
will be sold cheap for i-ash. To srriTe per next steamers, a
Choice Lot of California Rolled Butter. Leave orders early.
se20 lm J. D. RAMSEY.
JUST RECEIVED per STORMY PETREL
6 STEAM CLAB1F1EBS, 500 GALL0S EACH.
For .ale cheap by (se6 tf) U. HCKFELD At CO.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE WAI
LUKII STORE of T.J. MU83M AN, are requested to
make immediate P""1 'jj!8' astheseaccounts
business is being wound up, ail Bills unpaid will have to be
collected by process of law. Prompt settlement will save
August ISth, 1879. au9 tf
r'HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
elected Assignees of the Kstate of Chun Rau of Hono
lulu, Bankrupt. Notice U hereby given to all persons in
debted to the said Chun Kau, .to make immediate payment to
C. S. Bartow, at his Salesroom, Honolulu. A ny person own
ing articles, of any description, which have been deposited
with Chun Kau and now in possession of the assignees may
obtain tht same upon proving ownership.
C. S. BARTOW,
sel3 W. C. AKANA.
A WO 51 AN TO ACT AS SECOND ASSIST
ant at the Waialua Female Seminary. One skilled in
needle work. Applv to MRS. C. K. BI!10I,
and Merchants, Planter, and others wishing to engage
trustworthy employees, are invited to apply to
8. B. DOLE.
- B. F. DILLINGHAM,
sel3 Employment Committee of the Y. M. C. A.
CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS.
THK UUEKSI;ISU IIKKbKl
warns sll persons against allowing their .animals, f.
mmam of w n&iever aina, to trespass upon tne lanu oi
KUAE. District of Puna, Hawaii, either br grazing or ester
ing on said land. The owners of all animals found so trespass
lng will be proceeded against according to the law.
8. K. MA HOE.
Koao, Puna, Hawaii, Sept. 6, 1879. se!3 t
TWO BUILDINGS I A GOOD LOCAL
ITY, suitable for business purposes of any kind Kent
reasonable, and further information may be obtained by
applying at the Pantheon, corner Hotel and Fort sts. se6 tf
RESIDENTS HONOLULU CAN OBTAIN
GRAIN FKD TUh&KYd by the piece or dozen, at the
American LodgiDg House, on Mauuakea street
Z. Y. SQUIRES.
FIFTY (50) STKERS OR MORE,
delivered in the pen at Kaiukalu or at the beach at
Kealakekua. Hawaii. Frice, $19 per Head. Net
eight from 400 to 600 lbs. Apply to
se6 lm U. N. GKKfcN WELL, Kona. Hawaii.
Wf from ibis Kingdom, 1 have appointed Mr. J. T.
WATERUOCCE, jun.. to act as my Deputy for taking Ack
nowledgments to Labor Contracts in the District of Kona,
Oahu. ae6t HENRY W ATERUOUSK.
rilHE UNDERSIGNEO BEG TO INFORM
M. the Ladiea of Honolulu and vicinity that they have se
cured tbe service, of
A First-Class Dressmaker !
Of years of experience in Sao Franc sco snd other Eastern
Lines. Orders promptly executed, and warranied to pltase.
GRANT Ac ROBERTSON.
ARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
Wanted by September lot, of this year. $50,000 to
$60,000 on first mortgage, on a first class fcugsr 1'lantation,
valued at (200 000.
The crop of 1890 will be frum 1000 to 1200 tons. Will com
mence taking off 300 tons In October, 1S79. The Plantation has
160 laborers, and is well found in Mule., Carts. Ac Machinery
In first class order, and can crush seven or eight tons per day.
ror further particulars apply to tne unders:gnel,
ju28 A. J. "ART WRIGHT.
ANIMALS FOUND T R KSP A SSI NC
A upon the C'ron
n Lands of HONOR WAI. Maui, on or
after November 1st, 189, will be impou- ded according to law.
J H . Jl l)),
aaid 3m Crown Commissioner and Land Agent.
ABSENCE FROM THIS
jLF Kingdom the Hon.
Chas. R. Bishop will act for me on
der a full Power of Attorney. J. M0TT SMITH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1S79. jyll 3m
VOLUME 13 of tbe P. C. ADVERTISER,
bound or unbound. Cci.y of P. C. ADVERTISER.
January 20, 1STS. Volumes 2.3 and 4 or THK FRIEND,
bound or unbound. 1 Set CONVENTION PAPERS, bound
or unbound. 1 Volume DAILY HERALD, bound or un
bound. The above are wanted to complete sets, for which lair
price, will be paid by
au23 THUS. U. THRUM.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN
auant to a power of .ale contained in
I'll AT PUR
a certain Mort
gage deed dated November 25, 1876, made by Albert Sunter
and barah u. punter, to J. L. Richard on, of record in Liber
49 on psgea 93. 94 and 95, and by aaid J. L Richardson as
signed to Stephen Spencer, by document dated March 20.
188, of record in Liber 63 on page 426. and lor a breach of the
conditions in aaid Mortgage deed contained, that all and sin
gular the Isnds, tenements and hereditaments in said Mort
gage deed contained and described, will, after the time limited
by law, be sold at public auction on account of the breach of
the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The property in
said Mortgage described ia situated at Punahou. and Is part ol
the premises described in Royal Patent B o. 194S. Issued to JC
M. Rogers. CECIL BROWN,
w m rmm. WASSjMMas J
l,WHl,IU HJHIJ 1 JW.I1'. I'.' ""'MM'.' iiiinilllii IJ. .I'limi
CASTLE & COOKE
Laura B. JSurnliam
FREDERICK A HMD VIOLA FROM LIVERPOOL.,
J Full Lino of
FOR PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS, TRADERS & OTHERS,
And to Be Sold as Low as the Lowest Discounts for Cash J
PALACE AXD VULCAIV KEROSENE OIL,
THE BEST OILS IX MARKET. AND GUARANTEED.
Amoskeag Denim., Ticking., DriU.ngs, Amoskes, Bleached Unbleached Cottons. American k Kngliah Print, At CotUM...
Finest Quality and Mediom White and Unbleached fh dings.
Gr R ICULTUR AL I I I I- 12 M K IV T K ,
Pari. Plows, extra heavy breakers; Steel Breaking and Horse Plows, Cllirators, Ox Yoke Ox Chain., Oa Bows,
Canal Barroara, Shorel. and Spades, O-oa, Cane Knives, Lane's Planters' Hoes. Kxtra Heavy Garden Hoe
Hces, O-o, Axe, Ada. Pick and Sledge Handles. Portable Forges, Plamat.on Bells. Feed Cu ter.,
Blacksmiths, Engineers and arpeuiera Hammers. Axe Pattern, thingilus and Bench tl.tchets. Hatchet Braces.
Coe'. Wrenche., fi to 21 ln.S Pipe Tongs, Bolt Collet ., Babbel Melal, Sheet Zinc, Wheelbarrow, Leather Belting, S to 13 In,
India Rubber Hcae, to 2 In.j Cut Nads, S to 60d, Wrought Naila, 2 to 4 In., Cut Bpike., to 0 In , Flnlahlnf Nafta,'
Machine and Carriage Bolts, all siaea; Nut. and Washer., 3-4 to H lu., a Full Line of Carpenters' Toota. Basra, Planes, As.
House Builders' Hardware, lu full supply, Bteam Packing. Asbestos Cement, c, Giant and Common Blasting Powder,
Uubbuck'a White Lead, Zinc Paint, Ilubbuck's Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil, Assorted Paints, lo oil. Bed Lead, .,
Wuidow Glasa, Putty, Whiting. Arc. Tubular Lantern, and Reflector Lanleroa, Large Assortment ol Tinware, Flour,
Hard Bread, Table Fruits, Corp Starch, Tea. Soap, Soda, Ac. Finest Assortment of Genuine Spices,
8-Card Boston Matches, Dairy Salt, Agent, for and Have on Hand.
Weston's Patent Centrifugals,
Blake's Steam Feed, Irrigating and Vacuum Pumps,
New Haven Organ Company Organs,
Woodward & Brown's Celebrated Pianos.
An Invoice of GENUINE
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
Per Ship " Kavenscrag,
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID I
Gt AV. Macfarlane & Co.
Ex Ravenscrag from Liverpool !
BAGS & BAGGMTG-.
HEAVY COAL BAGS,
MEDIUM COAL BAGS,
SUGAR BAGS, 20x32,
To Hold 90 to 100 lb.,
BURLAPS, 40, 10 1-2 oz.
AT Til K
; warerooms on king STREET,
a v a-jm & uanuEi am a urn
INVOICE OF HEW FURNITURE!
Best & Most Complete Assortment
EVER RECEIVED AT THE ISLANDS.
MANY NEW STYLES AND PATTERNS!
NEVER BEFORE IMPORTED
E. P. ADAMS.
sc20 lm Agent California Furniture Company.
22 FORT STREET.
31 A G N
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A 2V O TH ER MA MM OTHPUR CHA SE,
BOUGHT FOR CASH.
A fine line of Wool Blanketa, worth $12 a pair, selling at $9.
Fine Lonsdale Cotton worth 18 cts, selling at 14 cts.
Pride Fruit of the Loom Water-Twist Cotlon worth 18 els, sell
ing at 14 cts.
Pride Heavy Brown Cotton worth 16 cts. selling at mcu per
White Sheeting, 10-4 wide, selling at 36 cts per yard.
Brown Sheeting, 10-4 wide, selling at 33 cts per yard.
A fine lot of Dress Goods, worth 60 ct. per yard selling at
Fine Waterproofs, from 75 ct. to $1.26 per yard
A floe line of Turkish Towels, worth $9 per doz, selling for f 4.
100 Marseilles Quilts, worth $10 each, selling at $6. -100
Marseilles Quilts, worth $5 each, selling at $2 60.
100 Marseilles Quilts, worth $4 each, selling at $2.
A Dice siaortmeot of Black Velveta and Colored Silk. great
reduction in prices. Also.
A fine line of Ladiea' ai.d Gents' Hosiery.
An immense assortment of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing,
Custom-made, which will be aold at greatly reduced
Gents' Butts from $12 to $20. Youths' feuits from $8 to $12.
Boys' fcuits from $2 60 to $6.
And also a large assortment of Genu', Youths' and Boys' Felt
and Straw Hats, and Gents' Silk Caps and Boys' Velvet
A very line line ol Ladiea' and Children's Kid Shoe, and Slip
pers will sell them ss cheap aa they were ever sold be
fore in this market
Also a fine assortment of French and American Prints
French Print. s-U at 12 ct. per yard; American Prima
sell at 10 cts per yard. All tbee Prints warranted fast
colors, and very nice patterns.
A fine assortment of While and Gray Flannels at Low Prices,
and a fine line of Colored and White Table Damask.
These Goods were .elected by S. MAGMN himsrir, for
cash, and will be aold accordingly. The Public will do well to
give bim a call, thereby saving money. se20
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON
. Have Received Direct from
I.OAJDOA sum. m;zsi.iiV,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Among which are the following favorite Dd pretty pieces:
A Toi, waits; Violets, wslts; Spring Flowers, wslts;
Always Joyful, gallop; Kroperor'a (Cornflowers) Gavotte;
H. M. 8. Finalore, quadrille;
Macdermotl'a War Bong, new version;
The Little Duke, bouquet of melodies;
The Bells of Uorneville, Nancy Lee, ballad; and others.
Also, Just to Band, a Few Gross of the
KURZ LEAD PENCILS !
LIME ! LIME 1 !
gOO BARRKLS MCMTM THIS ,at bt
HAVE OIM HAHID
nud to arrivo por
, -aw-r -rr- l
irom ew j. um,
CLEARING JDASIl SALE
Great Reduction in Prices
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
DURING SEPTEMBER CURRENT
ENGLISH k AMERICAN MARKETS!
A L1KGK AXD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Rlack & Colored Silks,
REAL IRISH POPLIlt, STEEL COL'D MOHAIR,
CAMEL HAIR CLOTH, PARAMATTA
, i HEAL i
Maltese, Honiton and Valenciennes
E3T We respectfully solicit aa exunlaatlai fcefor
purchasing cl sen he re,
TO SHQW GOODS
GRANT & ROBERTSON.
C. BREUln & GO.;
Now Offer For Sale to Arrive,
per Amer. bk. Amy Turner
DUE OCTOBER 2d, 1879, "
C UlIIwi:iifl. .f COAL,
Franklin Stove Coal, for family use;
Wilmington Tar, White Lead, Putty,
Uamar Varnish, Axle Grease, '
Boston. Card Mtxtclies 2
La Croix Green Corn, Tomatoes,
Lobsters, in 1 and 2 lb. tins; Clams,
Greco Peas, Sausage Meat,
Boston Baked Beans, Clam Chowder,
Fish Chowder, Gerkins, in and 1 gall, jars;
Corn Starch, Asstd. Crackers
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soupi,
Sundwich Meats, Corn Beef, Tongue, Ham,
CUBE SUGAR, Family Pork, qr. bbls.;
Axe Handles, Pick Handles,
Farmers' Boilers, Aestd. Oars, 15 to 22 ft.
An Invoice of Refined Iron,
Cut Nails, 3d to COd;
Charcoal Irons, Steel Shovels, Haj Cutters,
Fairbanks' Platform Scales
Leather Belting, Babbit Metal,
MULE CARTS, COMPLETE I
Mule Cart Materials, IIub, Spokes, Rims,
Ash and Oak Plank, 1 in. to 3 in.
CENTENNIAL ROCKING CHAIRS
Hunt's Aies and Hatchets, Spunjarn,
An Invoice of New Bedford Manila Rope,
6 thread to 4) in.
Newmarket Brown Cotton,
Iron Sales, with combination locks;
Surf Boats, 20 and 22 feet;
OX CARTS, Completer
Light and Ilea?? Hand Carts,
KNOWLES' VACUUM AND FEED PUMPS f
Wheat and Gunny Bags,
Downer's Kerosene Oil !
AN INVOICE OF
Florimel and Tooth Wash,
AN INVOICE OF CHAIRS, variou. stylet;
AN INVOICE OF
. r 1
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