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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, 1882.
a. r : ai a - i r
fij n n i r : m -, . I mm
THE ONLY OPBiiHT PIANO
Will Remain Permanently in Tune !
This will interest AXsX who con
template Purcliasixig OIMJ3 of
these Household Treasures,
JUST BEEN IMPORTED
HIS IVEXJSlb TORE !
.A. MAEVEL OF KXCEJLlLlISrCJE
As all will declare who have had the pleasure of hearing them.
Several of tlicm Iisivc ailresnly been Sold, mid lie
point Willi pride to isi Customers ivlio have
the Good Judgment lo purchase si FIXE
IXSTRUJIKXT. It speaks well either
tor tlieir fiidiueiit or
THE IROItJ F R A Tsl E ,
ia entirely Dew and novel, most substantial in its construction, with three
cross bars, rendering it
Impregnable to Any Pressure Ever Brought to Bear Upon It.
THE T U Iff ! Itl 3- PINS,
which, when once placed, are
LITERALLY HELD IX A OK ASP OF IKON !
and there is now no chance for the action of the atmosphere to lengthen or
ot-; ?j tl,o i:if when
the reasons why our 1'ianos req
:ract the strings, (as is the case when tlie '.insure insenei in me woou
ie), and yet they have all the advantage of a wood hearing, and the pin is
dy held to the very point at which the string takes ' old. This is one of
reasons why our 1'ianos require hut one-fourth of the tuning necessary
PFRTIKT KI'MtKK OF" OI.K H I' II... The eminent arti.-. Ole Pull, while examining the Scale
f lb M C H I'i H EK PI A N ,mot truthfully remarked that th- hi.torj of all -Hhcr Pottos had hen (lowering hi hand t
acb-ord,. I-T DOW. r-UOUN.
I'ntil il InTrotion of oor Eqaal x nt ?r.l-. it h I he
aaaicaJ instruments. a the o.nrt of all t fail.
.No other maker by any c-l he rrer l--i. mhW to pfo,!.:r
GEO. F. WELLS, IZo. 107 Fort Street,
Sole Agent for miny of the Leiding PUnos and Orgms of the World.
C7 Send, for Catalogue and Price List.
A IV EW DKPAKTIIKE
lD FKr-SH, TAX L Xll'E Ml El l-W.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
DIiHlltll Ui uujiiiujjji
Will Guarantee to Please wita Oar Goads
' if tiiev I
GIVE US A :,UL !
RAUPP & SCHKAEDER,
. 8j ft of -l .trrl.
cir I continue to s ll cretons at 23 cutis r
ard Avery small assonnifui f.i ui .
Fl-SHIU FOPCXAB STORE.
.A. ITXJLI LINE
BY GEO. F. WELLS
the inns are insert eu in the wood
in ntV'l shr-l I -t thai th- II tno. one of the mod rxpro-
thal d'd n-K o ile prn ilr id a frw yeart that ita
ivntlerii f tl.r I'.ano almoat intlrrale la ai;y
('.urr K.r A. Ilalrl nrrrla.
Are ConEtantly Receiving New Addition
Gr O O X S ,
r'tM'V GOOlis SI I US. MTIXS
,jl'l and IMKHOIHKRIr.S.
Fcllowicg Rr.- ftw of the Leadice Lines
trench. Knk-I:b n I Aniri-an t-ilk in all clor,
nil. tlk i:i all c-'lor. p.-nnee !ilk.
i;. i t" l-nui-tf rilt sh.ria. Fine lk Umjershirl.
I.::t n l.an. Fancy Mualim, r'tlgma.
I.a !! yine l"n.lrrrar
rvvL AjjinmiKXT of
Men's nnd Youths' Clothins, Hats and Caps.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Friii. and Trimmlnxia.
Ladies' Fancy Neakties, all rotors,
I. ace E l; np ly every rir im-r on -ll er low;
White ! re O aI ..r Ladies.
.. I nient -f ine llarnl ercMef f..r L'tiristma.
Other ChriMinaa Onod.
! Come Gllicl-C Ibr
All the almve re leing old t the Terr Lo KST UAR
KKTKATLi. (ae!7 It) 60I) KIM At CO.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
CHtRl.tS A. H4II.KY A Nil AI-IIKKT
BRN K8 comprise lh" firm of O A Bail- y k 'n . ilo.
tnir basilica, as Cane t-Wnters at Wai uku, IaNud of Maui
Wailuku. Maul. May 1, 188S. JulO 4--
nMHK FOLt OWING MBMBK.RX HAVE
I been added Co the Hosar C". ol Mnlcaerui tf liana.
C K. Kakani and M. KtUwa.
Honolulu, June S. 189 i
MOKAKNHI SICR CO.
l.l, I'KRSONS KOI'Sil) TBKSPSSIXG
on or Stealing Melona. i-'ugar Cane, Potatoes, or other
produce l the farm of the utidenrgmd. near Mr. Marquis
prorrty dose to Punahou, will get hurt and ut u on the
rW if caught. wj-a-At
LL'NQ SCNO CO
ll'KIVG JIT A IIS V. N f."E
MW Kicfdim, I have appointed the following gentlemen
fuy At ornies:
J. T. WATKRIIOIB Jr.. of Honolulu,
II. WA F.KIIOCSB of Honolulu,
H. P. Wool of Kobtla.
myJT-lm J. WIGHT. Kohala.
ft ITER THE 1ST. 1 V OF JUNE. 1882,
of 2 p m. f rmerly.
BROWN & CO.
14 Merchant Street.
All IIO.VG OF W'lllMO, HAWAII. II A S
aolil hia intereat in the Rir Plantation at U'aipio afore
aaid leased by him from J. D. Ack rmann lo Pak Chee, trad
in ondrr the name of Yee Fong Way & Co.
YEK FONQ WAT 6c CO.
Waipin, May 24, 1882. my27 lm
WIIKRKAS. TIIK f MIKRSKi.VED H.WK
by Dee it of Aayignmenl. dated June 1m, 1882. been
appointed Aaaifneea of the Estate of C APIU. all persona
baring claim againat the aaid eat ite are hereby requested to
prevent the aame without d lay. n I all persuing iiidetiled to
the laid estate, lo make immediate payment to the said
A Mi nee i. J. F. HACK?ELD,
F. T. LKNEUAN.
1 1 onulnl n. J one 3 , 1S82. a je3
nROJI AM AFTER THIS llATK. ALL
Aninia t found trepaiiiifr upf.n the lands owned or
1 -aeed by the Kahua Kancli. will lie imxionded aocordina; to
law. And all parlies are brreliy forbidilen, to I rcaspasa up n
lha aaid laiiUii, without my writteu nerMiisnn.
TIM. -THY A K 11 A (Kimnkeo).
Kahua Ranch, Kohala, May '15. Ie82 J-3 3t
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
O W OPEN
OX THE makai
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets,
OPPOSITE MOSSMAN'S, AND
IVioely ITittod Up !
First-CIass Billard Tables
Have been put into tho I. RrtK and M.;Y ROOM.
Tobaccos and Cigars,
Pipes and Cigar Holdero, etc.
CURIOSITIES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
OiV HAXD AND FOR SALE.
Icod T3x-lzi.lx.ai of nil lx.ixa.eri
ap22lf II !iT RK03.
iT'llHl OK. KKORO'S Fi'. KNt ll Itl:
S. I XTKT1VE FILLS. A sprciAc lor exlia..?ir.l
vitality, impotence, physical debility, wuated lorceji, etc. Ap
proved by the Academy of Medicine of iariavand by the n edi
eal celehriiira of the worfcl. Agents fr California anil the
Pacific States, J. O. STKKLT. at CO., 635 Market Meet
(PaL.re Hole') fan r ranciaro, Lai. rent by mail or xpreas
sealed from cbserTation. Box ol fifty, $1 50 ( of 100. $1 "a;
of 200.(5; of 400, $8. 6KND FOR CIRCULAR
KX MARTHA KIDKOl'T,
.V FINE LOT OE
7 FEET CEDAR POSTS !
Far Superior to Redwood in all particulars.
d:Jl tf ALLEN & ROBINSON.
SO t'Oll T STREET.
Importer and Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
(eiit' Hoots & Shoes
MADE TO ORDER.
ry No family should be without Palmer &
Co.' Ginger Ale. adv.
The schooner Anna, 239 tons, and the
schooner Ida Schnauer. 215 tons, were load-
in? lumber at Humboldt Bay for Kahului.
The Brig Hazard, 396 tons, takes an as
sorted cargo to same port
The Hawaiian bark lolani, while being
towed up the river Weser on the 3d of May
collided with the North German Lloyd S
S. Ohio, and both vessels were seriously
damaged. The Ohio bad just left Bremer
haven on ter voyage to Baltimore, and com
ing down the river, attempted to cross the
Iolani's bow, but the distance wts too short,
and the Iolani struck the Ohio near the port
bow, breaking in five plates, and disabling
her. Luckily, the water-tight compartments
of the Ohio prevented her sinking. Her
passengers. 13S5 immigrants were transfer
red to another vessel The Naval Court of
Inquiry found the Ohio guilty of bad navi
gation, and released the Iolani from all
The Oberon sailed on the Sth of May
from Liverpool for Honolulu.
o IiDpe for CittfaB.
Washington June 3. The Post will
state that Judge Carter will on Monday de
liver a decision denying the motion for a
new rehearing in the Giteau case. All the
Judges of the Supreme Court of the District,
after consultation, decided that every point
raised in the motion had already been fully
considered and uecided. Eminent lawyers
think there is no probability of writ of
habeas corpus bt-mg issued by any Judge of
the United States Supreme Court, and that
no legal measures can be taken in the case
after the motion for are hearing on Monday,
except the lesjal execution of the sentence.
Tiie lititode of Frantf.
Paris, May 31. The French ironclads at
Alexandria will be materially increased,
France bein determined to make her power
felt. The French Cabinet have approved
De Freycinte's policy as to the necessity of
at once forwarding to the English Foreign
Office a proposal for holding a diplomatic
conference at Constantinople to settle the
Mar? Ur.tl.-Ji War Vessels.
Alexandria, May 31. Five addi
tional British war vessels vill be here
Cairo, May 31. Arabi Pasha is employ
ing every means to win over the Bedouins
of Alexandria. The Khedive drove out with
out sm armed guard to-day and afterward
held a crowded reception. Arabi Pasha kissed
the Khedive's hand and professed himself
the Khedive's most humble t-lave, but direct
ly afterward set in circulation a petition de
nouncing the Khedive, More than 200 in
fluential persons hostile to Ar-tbi Pashu are
being deported to Soudan as fast as possible.
Sultan Pasha advised the Notables to return
to their homes, so as to be beyond the reach
of Arabi Pasha's soldiery. The old forts at
Alexandria are being equipped. New earth
works are being thrown up at Razeitin with
in 400 yards of II.M.S Invincible.
Whit Cannot be Doue.
Vienna, May 31. The Abemtyost says :
It is plain that neither the Sultan nor Eu
ropean Governments can possibly leave Arabi
Pasha in possession of power in Egypt
Constantinople, J uue 3. The Porte in
formed the Powers that Derivisch Pasha and
Lebib Bey start for Egypt to-day with
full powers. The Sultan says, even should
the Commissioners encounter obstacles, he
is confident of being able to surmount any
difficulty, ami therefore cannot share the
views of the Powers as to the necessity for a
Berlin, June 3. The Conference Pow
ers on the Egyptian question will probably
assemble on Tuesday.
The Congressional Deadlock Kndetl.
Washington. May 29. The Republicans
of the I ouse finding to-day that they had a
quorum present of their own members, de
cided to push the effort for an naendment to
the rules. Accordingly, as soon as the Hous?
was called to order Robeson pressed his
motion in that direction. There was some
wriggling, but not so much as was expected.
The galleries were picked by persons who
expected to witness the biggest kind of a
parliamentary struggle. They were in
some degree disappointed, as the proceed
ings fell far short of what was expected.
The five hours of speeches developed but
little bad feeling and little or no excitement,
being confined almost exclusively to the par
liamentary questions involved. They were
dry. Now and then some politic.l reference
was made which secured applause. When
the Democrats saw they were beaten they
yielded with good grace.
London, May 26. Albert Young, arrested
for writing a letter threatening the life of Her
Majesty, was sentenced to ten years' penal
Lorillard has sold Mistake for JC500.
The races for the Oaks stakes was won
bv Geheimniss, St Marmiarite second.
Canon Ernest Wilberforce, son of the late
Bishop of Oxford, has been appointed First
Bishop of JNewcastle.
The War Department Commission has
reported the channel tunnel as defensible,
but suggested that the opening be carried
further inland, where means of defence can
be made more complete.
Origin of the Egyptian CrlsN.
Cairo, May 26. The agents of England
and France have been summoned to Ismael's
palace. The Ministry has resigned, after
refusing the demand of England and r nnce
and referring them to the Sultan.
The President of the Council of Ministers
has sent the following note to the Khedive
Your acceptance of the ultimatum is
contrary to the unanimous advice of your
Ministers against the admission ol th. in
tervention of foreign Powers. The incident
constitutes an infringement of the rights of
the Sultan. We therefore tender our resig
nations." The Ministry has sent the fol
lowing reply to the agents of England and
France : ' Your note trenches upon in
ternal questions in regard to which the
Powers have the recognised liberty of act;on
The Egyptian Government and the Khedive
are unable to discuss the points without in
fringing upon imperial firmans and interna
tional treaties, arffl without compromising
the organic laws of the countrv. lhe Go
vernment will always be happy to follow
your friendly counse!s, but regrets in the
present case its imbility to comp'y with
your note If your Governments believe
the question raised by you is nut exclusively
internal they " ust submit it to the great
Power undt-r whose sovereignty Egypt is
placed lhe Khedive accepted the resign
nations of the Ministry.
latrlgne against LI Hon Chang.
Shanghai, April 20. Recent events seri
ously affect the position and power of Li
Hung Chang. His brother, Li Hang Chang,
Vriceroy of Limg Hu, has been degraded
through the efforts of the mor? prominent
Li, against whom the blow was. in fact,
aimed. Li Hung Chang Wi-s considered
secure until the sudden death of his mother,
April 19th. By traditional custom the son
is required to mourn in seclusion upward of
two years. This term can be shortened, by
Imperial permission, to one hundred days
Li"s adversaries, however, are intr guing to
have him kept in retirement forthe full
period. If this is accomplish d his ascend
ancy is destroyed for ever. Li has nlways
shown loyalty to the throne, but there have
been occasions when he might have seized
the supreme power for himself, and it is a
question whether he would submit to an
overthrow by his rivals at this moment.
Whatever he does he will have the confi
dence and sympathy of most of the foreign
ers who have at heart the welfare of China.
Great consequences may depend upon his
actions during the three months just com
menced. Arctic Eiploratioa.
New Yokk, May 26. The HemUs
Washington special says : Lieutenant Powell
left here to-day for San Francisco, where he
sails f r the United States Signal Service
station at Point Barrow. Two competent
men from the Signal Service Bureau will
accompany Lieutenant Powell. In order to
reach Point Barrow Lieutenant Powell will
have to leave San Francisco about the 1st of
June, as it requires two months for a sailing
vessel to make the voyage up there. As the
Government has not supplied a steamer, he
has to rely upon a sailing vessel, and unless
she can get away soon the pissage will be
closed with the ice before the ship reaches
within anything like communicating dis
tance with the station No arrangements
have been made for the relief of the party at
Lady Franklin Bay.
To-morrow William H. Turner, who, with
Mr Nelson, made meterologicnl and other
scientific observations in Alaska, leaves for
Ungav.i Bay. He is sent out by the Smith
sonian Institute and the Signal Bureau, and
is expected to remain in the northern region
two or three years, during which time he is
to make meterological observations and in
vestigate nil that is possible concerning the
mineral, vegetable, and animal resources of
New York, May 2S. bile Lieutenant
Dancnhower w.s receiving the happy and
sorrowful congratulations of Mrs. De Long
and a number of other distinguished visitors
on the upper deck of the Celtic last night a
heartfelt scene w s presented in a small
cabin below. Therewith his arms pinioned
behind him. was Master Jack Cole, the
boatswain of the Je-nnette, crazy from long
suffering His brother. Thomas Cole, and
his son John were quick t go to him. The
unfortunate man immediately recognised
them, and affectionately greeted both. It
was sad to see the weeping son, the sorrow
ing brother. nd the demented father. Im
mediately after speaking to his son his mind
again wandered, and he wasonce more away
among the ice-fields, struggling with the
fate threatening him. He will be sent to an
asylum. Lieutenant Danenhower says he
has great confidence thatjack will recover,
with proper treatment, in a few months. It
was found necessary to secure him during
the voyage, as the slightest thing would
make him frantic.
ll'KOSI OI K OWN CORUKhFONDFNT. J
Lkttek No. 83. L indon, May 15, 1SS2.
Sugar. There remains no doubt -that
sugar will advance considerably in price
this year, reports coming in from the chief
sugar-producing countries of expected defi
ciencies. In Cuha, 215 plantations have
been destroyed by lire, principally incendi
ary, since the beginning of this year's crop ;
at the same time a severe drought has set
in, so that this year's produce will fall fully
25 percent behind lust year. In Karbadoes
dry weather continued, and was beginning
to be felt by the cnes, both young and old.
and at Trinidad, complaints of short yield
were also general. At IVrnambuco the
weather continued very unsatisfactory for
the growing eanes and the coining yield
will show a considerable deficit. There was
an active demand for white sugars and
prices had already advanced. In Louisiana
the overflows and hurrie;ntts are caused a
loss estimated at from 40,0 0 t 75,000 hogs
heads. It Is probably not generally known
that Russia must be counted among the
sugar-producing countries : there are now
23G beetroot-sugar lactone in that country,
employing 1).J,(!0) ine:i, a;i l producing over
12 mildon lbs last year.
T1IK HAWAIIAN BAKK IOLANI,
Garrels master, very neaJy caused a great
calamity by her recent collision with the
North German Lloyd rf. S. Ohio. The Io
lani sailed from Antwerp, and arrived at the
Weser on the 3rd instant, being towed up
the river by a tug-boat. The Ohio had just
left Bremerhaven on her voyage to Balti
more, and came down the riverat full speed.
Just as the Iolani was abAnt to go into the
harbor at Geestemonde, the Ohio attempted
to cross her bow, but the distance was too
short and both vessels came into collision,
the Iolani striking the Ohio near the port
bow. Both vessels were severely damaged,
the Ohio losing five plates and being inca
pacitated from proceeding on her way to
America. Her watertight compartments
luckily saved her from what might have
been a frightful disaster, as she had 1,385
emigrants on board, who had to be trans
ferred to another steamer. The Naval
Court of Inquiry which took place on the
9lh instant, adjudged the Ohio guilty of
bad navigation, and acquitted the Iolani of
all blame. Captain Ilermnn Garrels has
now commanded the Iolani for over six
Sir John Henuessy, Governor of Hong
Kong, arrived in England last month. The
Queen has made John Gorrie, Chief Justice
of Fiji since 1870, a baronet. Sir Arthur
Gordon intends shortly to retire from the
governorship of New Zealand; he expects
to leave that colony in May, and come here
in August next. Sir Thomas Urassey has
been appointed one of H. M. Commission
ers for executing the office of Lord High
Admiral of the United Kingdom. 1'rince
Henry of Prussia, has been at Rome, where
he was received by t e l'ope. He returns
to Kiel June 1, and then embarks on board
the corvette Gneisenau for an eighteen
months' cruise to the West Indies. Sir
Thomas and Lady Hesketh, of Ruffbrd
Park, are now in America. Sir Henry
Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, has
been entertained at a banquet in Wiliis'
Rooms, the Duke of Edinburgh in the
chair ; the Earl of Kimberley, Secretary ol
State for the Colonies, being also present.
The Marquis of Normanby is now on a
visit to Queensland, where his son, Lord
Henry Phipps, is engaged in sugar-planting.
The Standard recently published
some extracts from a letter d -scribing King
Kalakaua's reception on his return home to
Honolulu, written by Her Von Oehlhaffen,
the King's personal att Midant, to a corres
pondent in this country. Madame Albani,
who sang before King Kalakauu last year,
has received the Royal Order of Kapiolani.
It has not yet transpired whether Madame
Patti has been similarly honored. Much
gatification has been expressed at Berlin, at
the toast in honor of the Emperor Wil
liam, pronounced by King Kaiakaua, be
fore the Planters' Association on March
ANY ONE WISHING
julO 3m Pobolkl, Fans, Hawaii.
FIRST PHIZE MEDALS !
H0LLI8TEB a G0M
kx . liM-.s i s ki pitoDt ri: .
which, i on ir
Delicacy of Flavor,
TllYIT AXn YOU WILL USE XO OTHEU
75 cts. a Dozen.
a?" Wg IiWIT-K inspec
tion of our I'l'cmisc.
Wc will cheerfully show
and explain the procrs
of iiisiniifacturc of our
A era led Waters,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD DETAIL I1RICUST3,
TOBAfCO.MSTS, AXD MAMFACTIK
ECS OF AERATED WATERS,
39 Nl'UAXL' STBKET. HOXOI..UI.IT, II. I.
SlOO Ml K XV A II I
For any Money Owing by W. FENNELL,
either on these Islands or in
To Planters, Expressmen & Others !
YOU WANT A GOOD ARTICLE
WHERE YOU WILL GET IT.
92 KING STKKKT.
nt All Kinds on Hand anil Ma'le to Order,
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICE I
X7" Loolc At Tlite I
Doable Plough llarn- ...From $20 00 up
no VHirm.e r r-xprrra Harness 40 00
Single Carriage lluroesa SO 00
Kreak Harness 3ft 00
Dray HarneS' 32 60
Mexican 8nd. lira 12 0.
Knglish Caddies 1800
ladies' Saddles 16 00
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
A3 RKPRESfcNTKD AXD
Guaranteed For Six Months !
Ks' I Superintend all Work that
leaves My Shop. I don't peddle Cane,
Hogs. Hen Fruit or Cold Water,
I Make Harness and sell them. Kes-
fe4 6m y. FENNELL.
GEORGE W. LINCOLN,
Contractor & itaildci !
80 KINO ST., HONOLULU,
I aKSIltK.s TO INFORM HIS r'KII.MIS
WJ and l!ie public g-nerl:jr, lht he Is now rrparel to
Stores or Dwellings,
A (t-r AMR3IC4X KKF.XfMI. IT I.I X. or n KM.
MAX CTY and f . ji -.F.'t IV-.sir; N -. wl.i h combine
an me n-c.-.-r -equnii I ir ii,.(t, a id c inl .ri, in a warm
Orders Respectfully Solicited for
Designs, Plana aud S;?ioiiications.
For Dwellings. Stores,
Public Buildings, Halls, Hotels,
Milh and Works of Every Description,
Wocd. Brick, Iron or Stone Constructions
I ,lelir- (TRACY d On.M fl.KT KN K.-S In all res-p-c'.
and will v. nil any of tlie Il ,nrti in pt-run t i examine
piiw. nn in eic, upon yim-ni ol irarelling e
My rriM-Pui'iil enable me to suji.!y n niient men to
su (rfn n'e ' -J i rij construction ol liuildn ai.d Wurk on any
of ils lalHiid.-. Having formed a bu-i:ics CO inecli m with
oni- ol trie
Principal Mills on tho Coast,
I AM I'RI.I'.tUu In HO
First-Glass Work !
AT MODKKITE KATES.
I J- One of the Latent Inventions for reloothir.g HAMj has
been brought by li e from Ibe Coast, and old Customers and
new ones, are invited to call on me wilb Ibeir old and nriu.m
SAWS and I will maketlieui as good as new, and at moderate
CT 3rX"7"3 3MC33 A. OA.IjIj.-
NEW WRITING INSTRUMENTS.
WITH OXR HI.I.IXO THIS PEN IS
capable of writing from eerenty to Eighty Pages of
As a Ruling I'en it has nrt equal, as its lines are iarariabW
clean and uniform 1ME MACKINNON I'EN holds Ink
for one week's use. For Sale by
MRS. LACK, Fort Street.
Pent Forwarded by Mail to the other Islands. dtnySltf
WINES Ik LIQUORS
just iticoi:i vir
Europe and United States.
fill AID fOMETE ASSO
WHS, ALES & SPIRITS,
A roLLou -
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities
UUl'TELLKAU 11KA.MV, all quallil-.
M AUTEI.L. lilt MV. allq isllilesi
KOl'VKK. GOl I.F.T 4L CO. 1IHAIV.
IMIKOVILI.K & CO. Hit . .!'. I'll .-''
J LI. KM KOUIX A. CO. UKANIV. qualli.-a
HAL TEH stl Ai C0. 1IKAMJV, all q.i..l.UM
MAItMIKSSH A. CO. MIIA MY. all qii"lU
JTL.K I.K.FIl .C A. CO. Illt iVHV.
And various other kinds of Mo-
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KK.NTLC'KV FlVOHITK WIIINhl.
O. F. C. NO I'll M ASH.
KV i: lll-hIM,
C III I'M" W HI V.
Foil TlIK l.'l i.M HTr:l
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QL'ALITHH AND AOI'.i.
Also, Sole Agents
Reuben Earleyfs Whisky
From I .on aville, L'eniuokr. lli-ili Hruiiili ImIiik w. II
known for ln--re unnurie, i-xi'i-ll-ice
KEY BRAND Grim I
lu uiall Hollies. Stone Jugs and Large Pquarrs,
Ilonlmnn Ai CO. IMIIZK MEDAL, GIN, v.ry
smooth and Onrj
llsard tt Hwra'a i-rlebmlnl 1)1. I TOM GIN.
Walter's SL'III El A M and MC.'II .V A I'I'N.
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For lhe Celi-bra'eJ and World Hi-nowrii d
Salvat x 3Bc:k !
CASKS OF MMK IN P1NTB AND Uf ARTS,
Ooiiwtfintly on I-Isiiic
:eeeived by every Tessel fmrn the Atlantic I'orta
Gr in n m isT 33 r: i: it
ALWAYS ON HAM)
Pitt IItAIVI BOE5TE:Bt
IN PINTS AND QI;aUT.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT!
IN PINTS AND QUART!.
S EC 35 EE Y !
CLARET WINE, in cask, and hf-caiks :
CLARET WINE, in boxes. 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
DTJC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE
pints and quarts;
BURKE 5c KINNAHAN'S
IRISH WHISKY !
SCOTCH VHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Sons
KILMARNOCK WHISKY !
BATAVIA A II It AC. A.M1,
BITTKKS OF ALU KINDS. '
C II A II Til EL'NE,
KIKSCU WASSEIl. VKIIMOUTII,
And lOO Other Tliii,.;K i
TOO NUMEROUS TO M ENTION, ALL OF VVlMo,,
WILL BE SOLD
Lowest Market Rates!
B ROWfJ & CQ
4 MEKCIANT STREET.
S.-0rd.r. ftom the olh
Promptly attended to.
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