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1'ltlDAY, AUGUST 15, 1881.
now Tiir.v stui'k itr.roinT.its i.x
The following is clipped from n
HI. Louis paper, which gives credit
to the lluiley (Idaho) 7Vnc.t, for
having originated the yam.
M.AVj:ilY AT HAWAII.
KH1HTV THOl'SAM) AMl'.UICAXS Iir.I.I) IX
ALSO, AIIOUT 170,000 OTHKIIS OP
KVEUY AOK, HACK, ANI CONDITION
HOW THE "SLAVES" AltE OI1TA1NM)
TllltOUOHOUT THE WOULD AND SOU)
OX TIIKIU AKKIVAI. IX THE SAND
A man who recently came to Ilai
ley in search of employment tells a
most extraordinary story. Ills name
is llenrv Benedick, and he is a na
tive of "West Stockholm, four miles
from Potsdam, St. Lawrence county,
New York. "W. T. Hall, the capita
list and dealer in real estate, of Ilai
ly, has known him for over ten
years, and vouches for Mr. Uencdick
as as a thoroughly reliable, honest,
hard working man,
In September, 1878, Mr. Ikncdick
went to San Francisco from liodie,
to be treated for fever and ague. He
had saved up SoOO besides his fare
and expenses to San Francisco. A
day or two after he arrived at the
Golden Gate he listened to a man
preaching in the open air on the city
front, near the Oakland ferry. An
other man was circulating in the
crowd, distributing religions tracts,
and extending u general invitation
to come and sec him at his place,
on Kearny street, near Pino, as ho
might be adlc to put tlieni in a way
of getting a job.
Mr Benedick look a tract and ac
cepted the invitation. The next day
,he called at the place and found Sut
ton (that was the tract distributor's
name) kept a large cigar, tobacco and
fancy goods store. Mr. Benedick
was treated to a good cigar, and said
he would like to get a job as waiter
in a hotel in a climate free from fever
and ague. Sutton said he had an
order for a few first class waiters for
the largest Hotel in Honolulu, Sand
wich Islands. That the climate was
the lincst in the world, the job good,
wages $30 a mouth in gold, board,
lodging, clothes and passage to and
from San Francisco free. Sutton
further said if the job was not as re
presented Benedick would be paid
in full from date and all expenses
ntil returned to San Francisco.
Two days later Bencidick called
at Sutton's by appointment and ac.
companied him on board of the sail
ing vessel W. II. Meyers, where he
introduced him to the Captain, tell
ing that olllccr to give him iirst class
board and quarters, as he was a first
class passenger. Five or six other
passengers were brought on board
shortly thereafter, and all were re
quested to "go below" to prepare
their quarters. The necessity for
this was not apparent, but after the
vessel got out of port and the dozen
passengers compared notes it was
evident the' had been sent below so
they would not have a chance to get
acquainted with one another beforo
sailing. When they did compare
notes they found that no two of them
were hired for the same purpose.
One was hired as a waiter, another
as a teamster, another as a porter,
a barber, a shoemaker, etc. The
fare was the same as that rationed
out to the sailors, and the passengers
were half starved. When the vessel
had been out about fifteen days the
captain asked each passenger his
name, age, nativity occupation, cct.
and a few days later the vessel cast
anchor between the Sandwich Islands
where tho passengers were trans
ferred to another vessel which took
thorn to the Island of Ilawii, fiOO
miles from Honolulu, where they
were registcrd at the custom-house
' twelve Portuguese laborers come to
as work on sugar plantation.
As they landed from the vessel
they stepped into a regular stock
corral, where they found several
hundred men, woman and children
of various nationalities already con
gregated. It was evident that these
had but just landed. Others landed
during tho day and the next morning
planters called at the "pen" and
selected such hands as suited them.
Tho single girls and children who
had come with their parents were
separated, and only wives and hus
bands were permitted to remain to
gether. Tho girls were sent in one
direction,notwithstanding their most
heart-rending erics, the sons in anoth
er, husbands and wives in another,
and tho remaining lot met in another.
Mr. Bonedick and twenty nine
otlftrs were "consigned" to Bishop
and Jones' plantation, which is
known as tho "Missionary Planta
tion." This is owned by the Kev.
H Mr. Bishop and tho Hev. Mr. Jones,
two Methodist Ministers well known
on tho islands. These men went out
0,,there as poor missionaries, a few
years ago, but arc now enormously
wealthy. Kov. Mr. Bishop is the
leading banker of Honolulu, and cm
ploys a dozen clerks in his banking
house alone, while the Kcv. Mr.
Jones still preaches the gospel all
over the islands.
When Mr. Benedick and his twenty-nine
associates arrived at the
plantation they were conducted to a
largo building where between 200
and !(00 men, woman and small child
ren were congcrgatcd, and inform :d
that these would be their quarters.
There was but one room in I lie build
ing, which was cntirly open, so that
a person standing in any part of the
building could take in the whole
room at a glance, and all man, wo
men and children slept together,
without bedding or covering of any
kind. If they prefeicd they would
sleep out in the open "corral" or
stockade 'around the house. The
climate being very mild, this can be
done with impunity; still many
would have preferred to have clothes
to wear, but these were dilllcult to
obtain, and enormously expensive,
as tho laborers arc allowed only 2f
cents for each full day's work, while
lines for the most trivial offences,
and dockages under various preten
ses, arc so outrageously enormous
and frequent that all the laborers
are kept heavily In debt, and unable
to pay up, even by working unrcmit
ingly for years.
Arrived at their quarters, the new
coiners were told that they could
rest for two days and 'look around.
They would then be put to work in
the lilds. After resting awhile, Be
nedick and three others walked out
of the '.corral" into the fields. But
they had not been out live miiites
when a horseman having a club in
one hand and a revolver in the other,
and who hab deen watching them
all along, rode up, arrested them
and took them before a justice of
the peace of tho plantation, where
they were lined $2.f0 each (or ten
days work) for leaving their quar
ters without permission. One of
them paid his line ; two of the others,
having no money had the fine
charged; while Benedick, who was
by this time more thoroughly alarm
ed then he had Over been since leav
ing San Prancteco, protested against
tin1 treatment to which he, an Amer
ican citizen, was being subjected, and
demanded his role sc. The justice,
seemingly surprised, send word to
the overseer of the plantation, and
in a few minutes a printed contract,
witli all blanks filled, and binding
Benedick to labor on the islands for
two years and to refund all advan
ces besides his passage money, by
laboring at 25 cents per day, was
shown him. The contract was
signed by "Henry Benedick" his
age and nativity were correctly
stated, the paper was well executed
and fulfilled every requirement of
law. It was dated at San Francis
co, and countersigned by the man
Sutton as agent for Welch & Co.
Benedick protested, pleaded,
threatened, swore that his name
had been forged to the paper, even
wrote his name and had it compared
with the signature on the paper ; but
all to no avail. The justice of tho
peace informed him that, under the
law he woud be compelled to find
the man who foiged the name. As
Benedick could not do t'.iat then
and there, he was compelled to su j
mit. The Monday following he and
his companions were led out to a
canclield, whero a boss showed thorn
their "task" or the quantity of work
they would be required to do that
day. They were perfectly green, of
course, and allthough the)' worked
hard, when quitting time came the
boss informed them that they would
be allowed only a quarter day for
that full day,s work. Besides each
of them had been fined once ($2.50)
for using tobacco while at work so
that that they owed tho masters 10J
days' work more than before going
to work in the morning. At the
quarters they received one week's
rations of raw fish and rice which
is all they got to cat and which
each laborer had to cook for him
self or herself out of working hours.
Thcso rations are taken to the
plantation in wagons once a week,
and distributed at the rate of U
pounds of fish and half a pound of
rice per laborer per day. This is
all they get, besides being allowed
one dollars worth of tobacco per
month, which they can only use
when at quarters after working
hours. At the end of the first
month Benedick was informed that
he had worked !M days having
put in much over time but that
he was $133 in debt, besides the cost
of his passage and advances.
Benedick then began to familiar
ize himself with the system of labor
and matters and things around him.
lie ascertained that a law pretending
to be for the encoiiragmcnt of
"free emigration" to the islands had
been framed, a few years previously,
and that all these iniquities were
done under the color of that law.
Vessels brought laborers from all
parts of tho globe, who supposed
they were going to get remunerative
employment for ono to four years,
while thoy were really being led in
to life-long slavery ; as the lines and
dockings aro so onerous, while tho
pay has been so insignificant, that 10
out of the 20 who aro once landed
on the islands aro unablo to pay up,
and hccuio their discharge.
Benedick himself, allthough he
worked hard and continuously, and
learned the rules so thoroughly I hat
lie escaped being lined altogether,
was held fourycars in bondage ; and it
was only by paying $100 or the $501)
with which he had left P.odie, and
which he managed to retain through
all these years, that lie was enabled
to get away at all.
It is evident, from Benedick's
statements, that there is a regular
systm of "shang-haing" carried oi
in tho world, with hcadq-uartors r .
Honolulu, whose employes find ic-
muncrativc employment in inducing
poor, deluded people aboard ship,
whence they arc transported to the
Sandwich Islands and sold into slav
ery. It matters not what their na
tionality, so they are able-bodied,
and Mr. Benedict says that he Is
confident that the number of per
sons so held in bondage on the Sand
wich Islands is not less than 250,000,
of which fully 80,000 are American
A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION.
The American Ambassador at Vicuna,
Mr. Knsson, lias lately forwarded to his
Government an interesting account of a
icmarknblu surgical operation lately
ix-i formed by Professor Killroth, of
Vienna, which, wondoiful to tell, con.
sisted in llie removal of a poition
of (ho human stomach, involving
nearly one-lhlnl of the organ and.
strange to say, the patient lccovercil
the only suieesslul operation of tho
kind ever performed. The disease for
which this operation was performed
w..s cancer of the stomach, attended with
the following svmptonis: The appetite
is quite poor. There is a peculiar hides,
cribablo distress in the Ktom-ich, a reel
ing that has been described as a faint
"allgpiic" sensation; a sticky slime col.
lccls'uhout the teeth, especially in the
moraine;, accompanied by an iinple.isniit
taste. Pood falls to satisfy litis peculiar
faint sensalioa; but, on tho eontiary, it
appears to aggravate the feeling. The
ejus aru sunken, tinged with yellow; the
hands and feet become cold and sticky
a cold-perspiration. Tho sull'ercrs lccl
lircd all the time, and sleep docs not
seem to give rest. Altera time the pa.
licnt becomes nervous and irritable,
gloomy, his mind filled with evil fore-
ooding-s. wnen rising suenioniy lrom
a iccumbeut position theteh iidiz.incs.
a whistling sensation, and ho is obliged
to grasp something firm to keep from
falling. Tho bowels costive, the skin
dry and hot at times; the blood becom
ing thick and stagnant, and does not
ciicul-ito properly. After a time the
patient spits up lood soon after eating,
sometimes in u bour and fermented ecu
dition, sometimes sweetish to tho taste.
Oftentimes tlieru is a palpitation of t:io
heait, and tho patient fears he may have
heait disease. Towards, tho hut the
patient is uimhle to retain any food
whatever, as the opening in tho intes
tines becomes closed, or nearly so. Al
though this disease is indeed alaiming,
sutVercis.with tho above named symp
toms should not feel nervous for nine
hundred and nincty-nine cases out of a
thousand have no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, a disease easily lemovcd if
tieated In a proper manner. The safest
and best lemedy for tho disease Is
Scigol's C.tralivo Syrup, a vegetable pre.
partition sold by all chemists and medi
cine vendors throughout the woild, and
by the pioprictors, A. J. While (Limit
ed), 17, Fairingdon-iond, London, E. C.
This Syrup strike al the very founda
tion of the disease, and drives it, loot
and branch, out of the system.
St. Mnry-stroet, Peterborough,
November, 20th, 1SS1.
Sir, It gives mu gicat pleasure to in
form you of llie benefit I havo leeeivcd
from Scigcl's Syrup. 1 have been troub
led for years with dyspepsia; but after
a few doses of the syrup, I found relief,
and after taking two bottles of ii I leel
I am, Sir, yours truly,
Mr. A. J. White. William limit.
September 8th, 1S8J.
Dear Sir, I llud the sale of Scigcl's
Syrup steadily increasing. All who havo
tiled it speak very highly of its medi.
cinal virtues: one customer describes it
as i "Uod-send to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend ft with confidence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills,
Chemist-dentist, Mcrlhyr Tydvll.
To Mr. A. J. White,
Scigcl's Operating Pills aro the best
family physic that has ever been dis
coveted. They cleanse the bowels from
all irritating substances, and leave them
in a healthy condition. They euro cos.
Preston, Sept. 21st, ISSII.
My Dear Sii, Your Syrup and Pills
aro still very populur with my customers,
many saying they are the best family
Tho other day a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Scignl" had saved the life of his wife,
and ho added, "ono of these bottles 1
am sending fifteen miles aw ay to a friend
who is very ill. I havo much fath in it."
Tho sale keeps up wonderfully, In fact,
one would fancy almost that tho people
were beginning to breakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigel's Syrup, tho ilc
maud is so constant and the satisfaction
1 am, dear Sir, youis faithfully,
(Signed) W. Bowkcr.
To A. J. White, Esq.,
DIVIDEND of Ono Dollar per
share is payable on tho shares of
tho Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co., at tho
Secretary's Olllco over Bishop & Co.'s
Hank. J. F. BROWN, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Aug. 7th, 1881. 781 lw
LOUIS E. SPERRY,
Begs tp inform the public generally
that ho has opened an establishment at
Sft Kins: Si'e.
Engraving of ovcry description.
Monograms a Specialty!
Lato cmployo of W. Wenncr. All
work guaranteed satisfactory. 707 1 in
K. P. Adams Queen st
Lyons & I .evey, Queen t
Alvln 11. llacmaun.... Gazette Building
Bishop ii Co., Merchant st
W. McC.iudlc3s Fish Market
Hoot nnd HIioch.
Ohr. Gcrtz, . . .1 oi t st
IX L Store Nuuanubt
Oattenbcrg I X L. Store,.... Nuuatlu st
P. A. Dlas Kbig st
GonsaUes&Bo Hotel st
W. Miller Hotel st
Crowley tc Co., b-Jng t
W. ll.l'nuxy- Fort st
Hawaiian Uairiago Co., Queen Kt
Clgaro al Tobacco,
Hart, Bros. Old Corner Queen st
Noltcs Be.ivcr Saloon, ioitst
Fhhei's Champagne Older Lillha st
(iaiuly I'nrtory nnd Uakcry.
1 Horn, Hotel st
Cni'iiciiloi'H nml ISullilerM.
l- Wilhclm, Klngst
Q. Lucas l-ortst
Ilry anil I'anry oiii1m.
X. S. S.ichs Foil fct
J.T. Waterhouc Queen st
.1 . T. Wat erhouse, Iv big st
.1 . T. Wateihouse, I on st.
I XL Store, Nuuanust
B. V. Ehleis.'iCo- .l'ortst
M. A. (Joiualves ii Co Hotel st
P. A. Dlas King fat
Benson , Smith As Co Fort st
Hollister A; Co Nuuanu st
HollisterA; Co 'tst
M. (iMwmiiii Hotel st
!r:iyR anil !iirlajxi'.
S. M . Carter ii Co King st
Frank llustacc, Queen st
O.llnblnion Quern t
, Vimilxhi'il ItoriiiH.
Mrs. Turner, King st
Fire Insurance ARi'iits.
11. llicmuncchiu'ldcr,.. at Wilder AjCo'h.
O. O. Burger, Merchant st
ClltM 1'iiriiInliIiiK 2ooiln.
N. S. Sachs ...l-ortst
I X L. Slorc, J,muinu st
Gonsal ves & Co., Hotel st
P. A. Dlas Klngst
(rocorics nml TProvlMoiiM.
A. K. Clcghom A; Co Queen st
Kennedy it Co , Hotel st
Wol I'e ii Edward v Fori Aj Nuuanu stt
JIiiimi- Slioclni: Kliop-.
Wilson Bros., Fort st
liny unit Krt-il Stori'H.
S. M. Carter A; Cc, King st
Union Feed Co., Queen st
Laiuc As Co Fort st
G. E. Sherman, '. King St
Dillingham A: Co., Fort st
J. T. Wnli-rhousc, Queen st
Imiioi-lfi-H A. t'om.aiovcliniitN.
G. W. Macrarlane it Co., Fort; at
O. Biowcr As Co., Queen st
Lyons A; Love v, Queen st
M. S. Grlnhaum is Co , ..Queen st
W. G. Irwin & Co., Fort st
A. S. Cleghorn it Co., Queen st
J.T. Wateihouse, Queen st
l- T. Lenchan it Co Nuuiinii st
Castle & Cooke, King st
WiugWoTai it Co., Nuuanust
C. O. Berger, Merchant st
llyman Bros., Merchant st
AV. Auld Water Works Olllco
J. A. llassinger, Interior Olllco
W. O. Akana Klngst
S. M. Carter Kingst
Lowers it Cooke Fort st
Wilder it Co Koitst
Millinery unit 1i-onh Junius.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis Fortst
Mcilifiil. , , .
Dr. Emerson, Kukui si
J. M. Oat .Ii. & Co., Merchant st
IMiiiulicrs nml l'aliiters.
E.C. Howe,.. .. Klngst
Brown A; Phillips, King st
1. Nott Kaaliumanu st
Ma. Kohni l-'ortst
Williams it Co., l-'oitst
A. A. Montano Fort st
TiuiIiik X Musical IiiKti-utiieiitH.
Lycan it Co Fort st
Hart, Bron.Old Corner, Queen st
Noltcs Beaver Saloon, Fort st
Windsor Iiestauranl, King st
Casino ICaplolani Park
Tourist's lletreat,.Honuapo, Kan, Hawaii
Ileal V.stulo, AkciiIm.
J. H. Wiseman, Merchant st
.M. Thompson, Fort st
A. H. Hartwcll, over Bank
J. M. D.-uidson ICaahuinanu st
A. Kosa Gov't Building
W. A. Whlling, Kaalnimanu st
J. Russell, Merchant st
S. B. Dole, Kaaliumanu st
F. M. Hatch, Kaahumaunst
R. F. Blckerton, .Merchant st
Cecil Brown, ,..'. Merchant st
J. M. Monsiirrat, Merchant st
T. W. Rawlins Klngst, Lcleo
.1 M.Oat .lr.it Co. Merchant st
J . M. Oat ii Co., Queen st
Pieice ii Co., Queen st
T. Not), Kaalnimanu st
U.S. Ti uglo.ni Fort st
Inter.lslandS. N. Co.,... Esphmado
Wllder'B S. S. Co., Fort it Queen sis
O. S. S. Co., Foit As Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co., Queen st
Wood mid Coal Ileali-rn,
Fi ank Ilustaco Queen st
S. M. Carter it Co., King st
Wliii'H ami HplrllN,
G. W. Macfatlano it Co.,.Knahumaun st
F. T. Leuehan it Go., Nuuanu st
Brown it Co .Merchant st
AVenner A: Co Fort st
Cumi1eJl'N TSeys- Bloclc
"TFJ rm a. -it Tm rim Al
JtTH .H2.I -tS - 4 JtU S9 JL. fc5k
7iln...1n,m,An4 Arv.n4- n,r4-Av
.UJU1J1U VlUUUIl JlUUJlk, UUBIU1I1
and Gonoral Business Agent
rin. ....I.. ri... i i....t..A .... i. t. trn.....nn.. r. in..t,i
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(JS0 ly Orders 01 Jivcry Kind nml Nature Solicited lrom the various leinnus.
Corner of Qucon and
TKG to inform their friends nnd tho
.13 liifj business ut the above stand, and
i rtntit ttitwma uuiinlt' ftf
It UIIUIIIIllllP ol'j'iJ .
Fresh Goods of the
which wo win
AT THE LOWEST
Wo hopes, by giving our nest attention to
their patronngc. A large stock or
"Wheat and Oat Hay, Whole and ground
California and Oregon Oats, Bran, Middlings, &c,
now on hand. OnleiH solicited anil satisfaction guaranteed, 01 no pay asked.
AVITTMER'S S. W. CO.
aSsS-HaC King, Commander,
.Leaves Honolulu ouch Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Laliaina, Mna
lacn Bay, Mnkuna, Mahukona, Ka
wnlhae, Lsuipahoehoo nnd Hllo.
.Returning, will touch nt all the
alove ports, arriving nt Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
To the Volcano and Back.
; In oi-lHlaiiil S. N. Co.
THROUGH TICKETS to the Volcano,
and return, can now ho had at the olllco
of the Intcr.Ishuul S. N. Co. Tourists
leaving Honolulu per tlmo tablo of tho
" PLANTER," will be landed at Puna
luu, thenco by Railroad to Pahata, whero
Horses and Guides will be in attendance.
Uy till- rout. Tourists can make tho
round trip In 7 days, giving ! days to
visit tho Volcano.
TICKETS FOR THE KOUXD TRIP,
Including Horses, Guide, Hoard and
For further parliculars enquire at the
oflk-c of the
Inter-Tslninl S. X, Co.,
or .T. F. JORDAN, Volcano House.
FOR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
F. Kibbling, ... - Master,
rWill run regularly to tho ports of
KOLOA, HANAPEPE & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Co.,
732 3m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sis.
TIIK PAST BAII.INO
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
'181 ' Agents
IE &. CO.
Have a Largo Stock of tho
EXtY BEST HAY.
Which is offered nt Lowest Market Prices
Delivorcd Free to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Commissionerof Deeds for California
Telephone No. 147. 700
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii.
18 NOW OPEN for Travelers, whero
First class accomodation can bo had
at all Times. The climate nf Honuapo
is recommended for invalids.
HOUSES AND GUIDES
Provided for tho Volcano.
CSTFor Terms, etc., Seo CARDS at
Hotels and Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
073 ly Proprietor.
APURE, WHOLESOME, RE
Accoidlng to tho highest and best mcdl.
Manufactory, : : : No. 13LlIlha St.".
P. O. nox, 1179. Telephone, 284.
BQfAll orders receive prompt nttcHtlon.
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-IJLUllOW JUJ. wjhVJ., -s,
Life luauranco Aeent, J
public Generally that tlicv arc continu.
have made complete arrangements forv
very Best Quality
oner ior saie .
please the public, to merit n part of -
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Salo the Cargo of tho
LIST OF IERCIA1ISE
J . 4rf
Light Express Wagom,
E Top Carriages.
STEAM C OAL
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, a, :i, and 5,
Lobsters, lib tns ; Beans, 31btns
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fuirbank's Scales, Nos. 7,8,10&11
Centrifugal Lining. 14 inch: jk
Comp. Nails, It?, 144 inch.
Bales Excelsior, ' i; ?
Manila Cordage, Assorted: 4fo
Excelsior Mattresses, "$,
Galvanized Fence Staples, $'
FARMERS BOILERS 20 AND 25 ftALU.)
Sisal Rone, Assorted, ,,.
Ash Plank, -1 J
Dump Iiarions, "'
Ames' Shovels, 'JT'
Y. METAL SHEATHING
10, 18,20, 22, 24 and 20 oz.;
Hair Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws and Washers.
x cs, anu wc sen " yp i
-A.N LOW UM lllO liOWCSt'!
and don't anybody forget it.
Wo sell Now Bedford Rope, and any
JVMIlli;! JW1UWB 11UW Jk WJll 1IU111 UlU III 4 itJ
net weight. '"'.'flB
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kept by any house this sido of the Rooky Jjt
Mountains, such as ?$
iicmp and ilanlla Cordage, all sizes,
Artesian Well Boring Ropes,
Manila HawscH, Wire Rope,
Cotton nnd Hemp Duck and Twine,
Galvanized Marino Hardware,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pure Copper Sheathing, 14, 10 & 18 oz
Yellow Metal and Nails, 14 to 28 oz.
Copper Paint (Tarr & Wonsln's)
Whalo Boats, Boat Stocks,
Gal. Boat Nails, all kinds and sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention Also, agents for
Perry Davit' Pnin Killer,
Brand & Pierce's Bomb Guns and
Bomb Lances, &c, &c,
All of which wo will soil at tho
300 ly a. W. Vcirco & Co.
WILLIAMS & OO,
120 FORT STREET,
navo Seemed tho Services of "
MR. HASSELMANN, j
One of the Best Artists
From San Francisco, H Coloring lW"
Views of tho VoIchuo,
Also on Hand, Como and Sec Them.
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