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,AWMJ COMMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
JULY 29, 1882.
PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL A D V E R T I S E It, JULY 29,
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SETT'S FIME 3PURMlS3HIEtT OES
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUXCK TO HIS FRENI)J?AND THE GENE
ral public that he has opened a
New Stove & House Furnishing Hardware Store
IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK.
Opposite S. G. Wilder & Co.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st.
WITH A FtJLI, LI1VE OF STOVES, &c,
Goods per Discovery " from San Francisco, from
Hew York ; and also from Liverpool per ' Oberon."
By tha 4 Dicojery 1 1 have received the following Stoves & Kanges
' Hawaii,' c Aloha
AND THE WKLI
BIOHMONU GRANGE !
Built to Stand Hard W os-h.
Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation' ww
Large Assortment of
House 3SurxiisIiixis Hardware,
"Well Casing and
Made to Order, and Work of All Kinds
P. O. BOX 294.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP!
NOW U ii. in i
Cor. Kingand Nuuanu Streets,
OPPOSITE MOS.MAN 3. ASB
ISiooly Fittocl XJi !
First-CIass Billard Tables
Ilava been pt into Iho LARGK and AIRY ROOM.
.A. Clioice Assortment
Tobaxcos and Cigars, f
Pipes and Cigar Holders, etc.
CUWIQSITIKS MOM All. PARTS OF THE HORLU
O.T H4.HD AMD FOR SALE.
Drlxsl- ofnll lK-iu.rl
Oat, Jr., & Co.
Woo I J lake this anetho.1 ot mfcrmine the
IrBsbiranta of Honolulu so. I the other
e .Land, that they haeojnrJ a
Stationery & News Depot
la th New llaMaa UaatW Block. No. 3. Merchant ."tr-t
where lory mr pieyarj
INKS, quarts, pints, hab' pints atul ee.
Mt'CILlCE.qurU. pint, htlf-pinr an.l c-n.
LETT K RAND T K 1- A I'ER.
rOUUSCAl. LKG.II. C Af.
KTC. ETC, ETC ETC , ETC.
Orders taleii for any Periodical or News
paper mat nay tie Desired.
Prompt attention will be ! " ,M'iHP P1'" to
Subscribers on any of the other Wlsnds. Also,
Oolera for Rl Robber SUmf reoeiTeJ and Promptly Filled
Gstut.'a Bathing Suits. .metiiji,;j new, at
A. M. IMlia'a. 104, Fort-trwit.
rr" Laee, Embroideries. rJ Trimmings will
fc.'acilJ from 30 to 50 cenW cheaper than eliewhera
At X. At. MfcLUV. 1M, Fort-street.
-A. FULL LHNTE OIF
A Mix Hole Ranae iib UKOILINO HEARTH and LARGE 30-lnch
OVEN, being a new feature in s family Range.
and 'Oahu' Ranges
in my Line promptly attended to.
GEORGE W. LINCOLN,
Contractor & Builder !
cn a T nnvnl T"f II.
8G KINO ST., HONOLULU,
DEMKKS T INFORM HIS FRIENDS
aid iSe public frnerally, that h ia now prepared to
I accept Contracts for
1 Buildings, Cottages,
Stores or Dwellings,
' Aftrr 4MF.RICAN FRENCH, ITALIAN. BWIHorCKR
I MAN STYI.r.and from NEW Dr.SUJ NH. wb Kb combine
j all tbr nroij-ar) requisites for health and Comfort, in a warm
j Orders Respectfully Solicited for
! Designs. Plans and Specifications,
For Dwellings. Stores,
Public Buildings, Halls. Hotels,
Mills and Works of Every Description,
Wood, Brick. Iron or Stone Constructions.
oiels-e ACCfRACV d COMPLETENESS in all rea
preu.. and will i'il any of tu Islands in person to examine
il Tr.. LOt: ATloN. etc , npoo payment ol tratell.nj ei-
My arrn;eibrnls enable me to supply o.mpetent men lo
permse..d the con.trorti.in ol Buildn and Work on any.
ihr I-.ian.l-. Ilaing farmed a buinea romieotlon with
one tn inr
Principal Mills on the Coast,
I AM PREPARED TO DO .
First-Class Work !
AT M UllKK.tT E RATES.
rr One of the Latest Inentiona for retoothing SAWS has
been t.t- ucht by n.e from the Coast, and old Customers and
new ..ne. are meited to call on me with their old and worn-out
s . Wj and I will make tbetn as goo.1 as new, ana at
XVI IE -A- OAXjIj.
A SllW DEIMKTUHE
IM I'RIyMi, r.MA MADE EWB. IAY.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH ofOUR BUSINESS,
Will Guarantee to Please witu Our Goods
GIVK US A (JAIL !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
m-17 ly s. Hi llolrl trrcl.
gi-ij" A very l.irgf a-isurtmrut ot du white am
embroideries at figures never ottered before, at
C'HS. J. FlaHLLS fOPCTAR STORE.
rpUR UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN'
I duly appointed Administrator with the Will annexed
of the Estate of Henelieka K. K.yooi.ls, Uta of Honolulu, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to all persona to present their
claims against the Kttate of .mil Hi-nelieka K. Reynold.', duly
authenticated, whether secured by tnorigige or otherwise, to
the undersigned in Honolulu, Island ol Uabu. within six
months from the dale hereof, or they 'bey will bs lorerer
barred. And all person indebted to said Kstate are hereby
requested to make immediate payment thereof.
DalM Honolulu, July 16. 1682.
il. J. KKTNOLI'?.
Administrator with Will annexed of the Katale of Henelieka
K. ReyDoldn, deceased. jyl5 4t
IX THE ESTATE OF CS. D. SI'I.T A, slr
ceaaed. Oo the 3rd day of Augu.t. 1992. at 10 o'clock A.
M., there will be sold at Public Auction at Honolua, Kaana
pali, 60 ir more Head tt Cattle, an I on the 4th day of Auguit
at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Government found at Mla. in L
baina, there will be sold 60 or m re Head of Cattle. 7 Hordes
and some Pigs. Terms of sale are Cash.
J. A. N All A KU,
Aduiinilrators of the Estate of G. P. Sylra, deceased.
Labaina, July 1st, 1882 jy8 t
AT an adjourned Annual Meeting of the OLOWAI.L
COMPANY, held on the Utb Day of June, 1333.
the f-illowiriK geotleoien were vlut-trd to serve as Officers for
the ensuing year.
President II. A. Wideraann.
Vice- 'resident AJolph Ilanrberg.
Secretary CO. Brrger.
Treasurer.... . Jaeger.
Auditor C. O. Berger
C. O. BERGER,
NOTICE TO ORRSiGNEDHAVK
-,. dated June lt, 1882. neeu
appointed Assignees of the Es-tate of C. AS10. all peri.a
llViut clsims aiaiast the said estte are hereby requested to
"1.. .he e w.lhrut delay, and all persons Indebted o
the said eMate, to
make immediate pameol to the said
J.I?. II ACKFELD,
F. T. LF.NEI1AN.
Iloooluln. Jam 3, 1882. "I3
WATER NOTICE !
0IIICE srPT. WATER W0URS,
IlMaulolo, July 3d, 12.
ALL. I'ARTIES HAVING WATER PRIV
ILEQKS are noliSed that their Water Ratea are Payable
Semi-annually in ad'anca at the Office of eaM,meDdei.i of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street, upon the First Day o!
i . , iiA(r.ih Vesr.
'""'J r. svtisrtM
f IMON K. KAAI, Supt. Water Work..
Minuter of th Interior.
THE BEAVER SALOOH.
NO. 1 FORT STREET.
Opposite Wilder at Co's.)
eT. NOLTE, Propr.,
ores raoM S a. m. till 10 p. u.
IIUST-ILASS I.IXCHK, TE1, C01TKE,
S0D1 WATER, GIXGEU ALE, .c.
tnifrars and Tobaccos
OF BEST BRAND.
Plain and Fancy 11 1' ES Hwwn.lly ? eWt . d fronj tks Uu
ufaclurers. and a l.rt.e Variety .f Bbsf QLALITV
SAfOKERS A HT1CLES.
Lovers of BILLIARD? will Bud an Elegant
BRUNSWICK & CO., BILLIARD TABLE
on the Premie.
The Proprietor would I pleased to reo ive a call from his
Friends and the rumic uenerauy, wu "...
A L.UNCII, a
S.M O K K or a game of B 1 1. LIAR US
Practical Harness Maker,
9'Z King Street,
The Best Qualities of
uiiiES' l urn' mm saiiiiles
Always on Hand or to Order.
Buckskin, Hogskin or Stock Seats.
English, American and
am, sdqi.ks 1 ri.u
Warraiited Not to Hurt Hie Horse !
I RE STUFF them WITHOLT COST any lime
srilbiD aix months, il needed.
Of all qualitln fur auJ lo Urdrr.
Bridles, Bitts, Whips,
Spurs ami Brushes
Uf all quslitic )) .-tl lisl.tl
All Harness I ell is matle here
under my own supervision. I keep no
slo,. factor,- work. If you want a
UUUU AUliLLCi in my nne, can unu
see me. I will sell us CHEAP AS
ANY, and give you a good article for
P. O. BOX 133. jyl
Diseased Cattle Act.
An Act of much importance on this
subject is now before the Legislature
as it is oi a very stringen', nature, and
aflec-U the interests of a great many per
Hons, we give below its principle provi
sions in full. Section 1 provides for the
appointment of inspectors afterwards re-
ierrea to. ana the sections which follow
those we republish, provide for penalties
and other details. It will be noted that
although it is entitled "an Act to pro
vide for the suppression of disease amono-
1, . .lSt TT- 1 .. P
auuuais in me .Hawaiian xungaom, it
maKes no provision for the case of dis
c uvt-umng in animais aiier tneir in-
st J .A j 1 -V-V - 1
irouucuon to tne Jtungaora or among
iuuse now nere.
section 2. The master of any vessel
on which there shall have been shipped
tt uininai.i uu purl ill IIHS IVing'
lorn shall, immediately upon arrival, no
uij me (.usiums omcers laKiug cnar;e
of the vessel of such fact, and said ofti
- I . i j .
cer snaii at once cause tne inspecting
omer to oe notmed, and shall permit the
lanuing oi no such animals, norauy por
tiou of the food or water, nor of any ef
lects connected therewith provided for
them during the voyage, until the said
inspecting officer shall have arrived, in
spected and passed the same.
O . t All t ,
otuTios cs. .iii live animals, except
suen as canary uirus ana other small
animals as shall be specially exempted
by the inspecting officer, shall be sub
ject on arrival m this. Kingdom from
any foreign jrt or country to be quar
iiuiiueu ai i tie e. neiisu oi tne owner or
consignee tuereof, in such places as shall
be appointed by tlie Minister of the In
terior, for a period of not less than four
teen days, and for such longer period as
shall be deemed necessary by the in
specting officer on account of the pre
sence of some contagious disease or dis
temper, or because the port or country
whence such Animals are broiio-hf ia
affected with 3U& ft disease or distemper,
or for any 0jb engirokiaLjind sufficient
reason navirthe 2-5th instant: p the
lie goou. a Din relating to tl
c-viiijiiuit nun . ,i
-pectiug oft.asspil80all tind th t ,
e-vsor dir ,nfectcd with an" dis'
, r a;iemper of a nature danger-
trv ho e live stock of the coun
m;:, ha11 rePrt the same to the
ii?,. ?..of the Iuterior, and if the irin-
rerLt 11 decido that t,,e PWic in
itiesis l, olw.ll .... i
oT....,l , litUSU sucn
tnrr.ti,V,.?ailIInaUto bc "tterly destroyed
i1!?. with all food and other effects
los 4. Live animals
. - -. ............ w -
ue uinerent islands oi the Kinr-
O V U""' ar BCt lUtlll III
or do?3' either at the Port of shipment
Inanfnt Q d CaU8 SllOWIl tO the
:Z s mcei" of tLe Port of entT
nearest to the port of ghipment Cr de
n erj .
SECTICy 5. Xhe Minister of the ju.
tenor, u.twithstaudin anything in this
Act, may from time tQ tim . o
ifiiH.1 declariDgaiy port orcountry
inf,.i ,eted' absolutely prohibit the
,,,tn JOn .f au animaf8 therefrom
until the restriction be removed.
Section G. All imported animals, fod-
A b. enects landed contr-,
to t"rProvi4l,naof this Act oi
removed from uar-tfiimeTit;' and all
charged, sha into guch quarantine
tn? V,"ov placed with any animals un
anuuarautine, shall be deemad to come
under the provisions hereof, and shall
be subject to all of the conditions of the
The Liquor Act.
The following is one of the provisions of
the Act which the Committee, to whom the
various Bills to regulate the sale and use of
intosic ting liquors were referred, have
recommended the House to pass :
Section 34. Every husband, wife, child,
parent, guardian, employer or other person
who snail i e injured in person ur piuycuj
or means of support by any intoxicated per
son, or in consequence of the intoxication,
habitual or otherwise, of any person, or who,
being himself, or herself intoxicated, shall be
thus injured in consequence of such intoxi
cation, shall have a right of action m his or
her own name, severally or jointly, against
anv retailer or retailers of spirituous and in
toxicating liquors, who shall, by selling or
giving intoxicating liquors, have causea ine
intoxication in whole or in part, of such person
nr nprsnns. for all damarres sustained, and
v o .
for exemplary damages. Anl rmrried
...,r c-h.ll hivo tho same rirrht to brtnr
t Ulllt. 1 J 11 1 ii . ' ...w " D 3
suits under this Act and to control the sme
and the amount recovered as a leramc sole,
And all damages recovered by a minor un
der this Act shall be paid either to such min
or or to his or her parent, guardian, or next
friend as the Court shdl direct.
Section 35. All suits for damages under
the last preceding section may be by -ny ap-
nrnnnntp tion in anv a f the Courts of the
tVLiaaw ... j
Kingdom having competent jurisdiction.
Slanders Against Hawaii.
In a Norwegian newspaper
n.:i ,.i ,,idn Tiniest a person, who
himself " the Commissioner for the Nor
wegian immigrants in the Sandwich Is
lands." and who rives his name as II
T.nrro makes a lontr statement about
wha? he calls the purchase and sale of
white girls in Hawaii," After making
the Consul of
sin-,lnn and Norwav. he Koes on to say;
i.Tho rnnsul has written home that
the immigrants are under the protection
of the Hawaiian Government, wnicn
means that we are governed by the large
planters who in reality rule the Island,
the King, his Ministers, an.l Judges be-
;iur nil under their swav
" U'o will now proceed to contradict
tho Consul when he avs that no slavery
exists on the Islands" by giving proof
thnr several transactions have taken
nlq(. in our nrpseiieo and certain know-
I : M. .
n;t VP of hinlaua UQUfini
A . , I .
1 A i,. - s. . t rl I " I J U'llfl
a a 1
wi fpllnw-msspner on the Beta.
a .,rv,. nml . Norweiriun. lonir rem-
I tlents of the Islands, purchased eacn a
irl on contlition to work the three years
W'l.on TOi-:inr.. va olliiTel to leave
Ui.ni nn affountrjf the hatred of hi
country"1011? lie so1,1 his sorvant irl to
; a missionary. Still another case may
j he mentioned,
An overseer on mu --
ion came over iu a-
rhen he fell in love witn
a girl, and proposed to Mr. Alexander
to buv her, to which Mr. Alexander
agreed upon receiving -3100 for her, to
which the love? 'demurred, and offered a
smaller sum, and after considerable
wrangling something like trading or
t he Lartr ain was closed
for 872.50. Mr. A'xander
buyer that the girl was sound and :
good worker. In spite of the C ous-ul'i
opinion to the contrary, this is an out
ragcous trafficking iu human chattels
ana our Uovernmeut should forbid
any more migration to this country on
conditions similar to those that brought
us here. Many mar make light of such
advice, but if people at home could wit
ness the affiictiou of their oountrvnieu
nere, and see the many tears shed over
their deplorable condition, thev would
probably take heed."
. H. Lange (whoever he may be) is said
to be possessed of a "testimonial'
igned by forty persons, vouching for
nis truthfulness. Such statements as
those we have stated only cause a laugh
when read here by those who know-
that these sales and purchases are only
undertakings to pay the debts inc urred
by the immigrants for their passages to
this country. But theyarecalculatedtodo
IUJU1. -o mis xYinguom when published
where nothing is known of the circum
stances, an.l ought to be officially
futed. " J
The Earliest People of England.
The earliest race of men who peopled
England, says (Jraut Allen in Know
ledge, were the black fellows of the
paheolithic or older stone age. Thev
were low browed tierce-jawed, c rouchin'
creatures, inferior even to the existing
Australians, and were all swept away in
the last glacial epoch. Long after "the
glaciers of the ice :ige had cleared off
the face of the country, a second race
occupied Britain, some of whose de
scendants almost undoubtedly exist there
at the present day. These were the
neolithic, or stone "age men, who have
been identified, with "great probability,
as a branch of the same isolated Basque
or Eustrarian race which now lives
among the valleys of the western Pyre
nees and the Asturias Mountains. Our
knowledge of them is mainly derived
from their tombs or barrows great
heaps of earth which they piled above
the bodies of their dead chieftains.
From these have been taken their skele
tons, their weapons, their domestic uron.
sils, and their ornaments. In stature,
the neolithic men were short and thick
set, not often exceeding rive feet four
inches. In complexion, thev were oi nl.-
ably not white, but swarthy, like the
darkest Italians or Spaniards, or even
the Moors. Their skulls were very Ion"
and narrow, and they form the best di
tinguishing mark cf the race, as well as
the best teHt of its survival at the pre
sent day-. The neoliths were unac
quainted with the use of metal, but they
empioyeu weapons ana implements of
stone, not rudely chipped like those of
the older stone age, but carefully ground
and polished. They made pottery, too,
and wove cloth; they domesticated mVs
and cattle, ami they cultivated coarse
cereals in the little plots which Un
cleared out of the forests with their
stone hatchets or tomahawks. In
general culture, they were about at the
same level as the more advanced Polv-
uebian wines wnen they came into con
tact with European ei'-iUiu nf
arrows which 1 1-...,.. ti,. ,m.h-
to have lived for the most part in little
stockaded villages, each occupying a
small clearing in the river valleys, and
ruled over byr a single chief; and the bar
rows usually cap the summit of the
boundary hills which overlook thc
little dales. Inside them are long cnam
bered galleries of large, rough hewn
stones, and when these primitive erec
tions are laid bare ly the decay or re
moval of the barrow, they form the so
called " Druidical monuments" of old-
fashioned antiquaries, a few of which are
but the greater
Great Fire in x Printing Office.
The Sydney Morning Herald eonMitis a lung
account oi t tie ;riMi uie which uc-tntjeu ine
Giiveriiinetii I'tiiitui, Oiqce
ut Melhwuruu. Hie
in the tii-iriiing, the
fire broke out 11 u i-l t k
day henii a tuMio li.jlia.iy, the offices were
closed, the caretaker leni the only fHMs.m on
tlie preuiier. lie was tiie hrfi to diKi-over the
fire, una itntiii'diaiely hpobe iy telephone viita
tlie Fire liriade fetation, out was unu'He to
obtain u response, the brigade being absent at a
" iltMiinnr-tmtioii in the Agricultural fejcietvs
Ground. Nearly hall an h.iur elapned bel re any
uf the fiietaen appeared on the bccne. for two
hours the fire continued to rae, not wuiint inaing
the detenuined eu'rte of the bnade. lhe
building wasaltnotit completely utted from base
ment to the roof, and almost the whole of the
!.iitente were destroyed. A vast quantity of
type and rrinrine material, ineluding 1900 puttee
of standing lype. representing 400 or 500 Kills
which liave been, or are to oe euDuuttcu to far-
liatocnt. were destroyed. Several new Govern
tnent measures are included, the reproduction of
which will entail considerable inconvenience
il.p rnnv beins? consumed Tlie overseer's office
was "Utted. and a large quantitj of manuscript
copy and public documents, which it will be im
possible to replace, uesrroycu. ine siereoiypmg
rn.im. also on the necond storey, was gutted. Six
thousand stereotyped plates, moulds, and a com
plete plant of jobbing type were destroyed. The
machinery and engine-room were saved through
the CXeniOns Ol HIC urcilicu. umuc ui uicui
.. . r .1.. J , . I. . ... .-a
aeverelv burned on the liands. arm" ana body.
s-h o it hers were naaiv nruisea. me origin ot
the fire is not yet known. It is impossible jet
to aive anv estimate with approximate accuracy,
relative to the extent of the datnige to the plant,
building, and stock; but it is believed that
20,000 will not over if, while the loss sus
tained in the destruction tit the property wnicn
it ia impossible to replace cannot be estimated on
a money basis. Fortunately, material for the
Premieres budget staieiuent was saved. The
property was insured lor 175,000 in various
The Steamers of the Future. There
is reason to believe th t the merchant steam
vessels of the future will be shorter, broader,
and of greiter draught than some of the
gre t ocean ste mers :t present running.
At lst that is the opinion of Mr. William
Denny, the famous Clyde shipbuilder, who ;
nt a recent meeting of the Dunbarton Har
bor Board, moved that engineers skilled in
dredging nd improving rivers be asked to
-eport as to the deepening of the river L,even,
at Punb.rton, to depth of three feet deeper,
than the present depth of the river Clyde.
The steamers of the future, he pointed out.
would be very much broader, and. as a con
sequence, very much deeper, ind requiring
a rreater draught of water. Besides, as
these ste mers would be used for express
purposes, thir cargo rod cod-carrying
capacity powers would riot amount to a
great deal of dead weight ; therefore, the
light drught of the steamer of the future
would, probably, be not very much less than
her load d 'Ught, and might be as deep, if
not deeper, than the greatest load draught at
present. Mr. Denny's motion was seconded
by Mr Robert McMillan, another well
known shipbuilder, and the speeches of both
these eminent authorities so deeply im
pressed the other members of the Dunbar
ton Harbor Boarhat it was it was carried
without a dissentieri voice.
afrw ..... . -
M k: h len duly e'wctrd Ulcers of Hie Urparitnrnt
i f?um Jrear- ai ! Juties oT the.r resterti
John Nott, Chief Engineers
Roht. Lewert, lt Asmistant Engineer
tna. ts. Wilson, 2nd Asaiatant Eneineert
ais. w, Mcuulra. lire Blarshal;
Chas. T. Gulick, Secretary . Treasurer.
CHi. I. GULICK, Secreury H. F D.
Holulu, July 6ih. 1S2. dAjySt
GOO aSc OC
Best White and Colored
CHINA MATTING !
America Europe I
Linen and otner Lawns,
Prints, Fine Clotns, etc.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
jl xirnu ox .sia2 iiDOve
FIEE PEOOF SAFES
Have wifliin tlie last
3 months successfully
Attempts of Burglars
Yet to have absolute
security advise parties
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
T? as 1BSaTaTK dlltw.
JL. v a as. '-' 5 ""- -. -ww
GENERAL AGENT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DEAL KB IS J
P SAC I XSAL VAcanrzsT.
ANY ONK WISIIINO
julO 3iii I'i.Ii'.K i. Puna, 11a waii.
I'renarini' for the future stute: "Ah
my friend,'' said u clergyman to a jaris-
ioner who was the husband of a terma
gant, and who had made application for
a divorce, -we should be yielding and
forgiving. .there are no divorces in
heaven.1' -That's the reason,'' said the
sufferer, "vvhv 1 am so anxious to iret a
An ingenious swindle has lately been
exposed in London. It consists in
artistically coloring fish, meat, ami game
so that they appear to be of thc tinest
quality, and" hawking them about the
streets at tempting prices. A tish thus
prepared, which had passed the inspec
tion of a wary Housekeeper ana an ex
pert cook, was dropped into the pot as a
salmon of particularly aristocratic hue,
and came out as a codfish of the most
ES & LIQUORS
Europe and United States.
FULL m COMPLETE JSSOHTJIEJT
whs Ami nm,
AS l'l)LLOH8 -
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities
BOITKLLKAU UllA.Mtr, all qualities,
HARTEIX HKIXDV, all t alilie.
DOKOVII.I.K K . B It A XDV. aliquant...
JVI.KS KOIIIX Jt t o. UK A N 1)1', all ,utiaa
11 A I'TKUi It A.
i'O. UKANDV, all iualitiei
CO. UK A Slit. alluualitlM:
CO. U It A Ml V, all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KEXTl tKV FAVOItll U WHISKY.
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CYRUS NOBLE WHIS
ALL QCALITIKS AND 1UKH.
lso, Sole Awv
Reuben Earlfiv's XUh
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rrom u.ii .villi-, KciiiuckT. both
known for there unsurpassed -,
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KEY BRAW2J C
lo Sm Uotllfs. Mon. Jugs and Lara. Kuu
I Uallon fackaars,
lluulniaa A, CO. PKIZI!
.smooth and flni';
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For the C'el.-brttari,t,j rf c, s
CASKS OK SAMK. IN I'l NTS AND wowned
CoiikI ii-iitly on ritiiicr
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Keeeivml by ri ry vrel front the Atl.titlr I'urta
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IX PINTS AM) UL AKTf.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT!
IN PINTS AND QUART.-.
S I I K 1, LI Y !
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-caaki ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
DUC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
pints and quarts ;
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
RISH WHISKY !
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
II A T A V I A A RR AC.
HITTERS OE ALL KINDS,
And lOO Oilier Tiling !
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, ALL OF WHICH
WILL BK SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWN & CO.,
14 MERCHANT STREET.
P. S. Orders from the other Islands
oc8 Promptly attended to-