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A STORY OF WEBSTER.
Tim tJrcnt Impounder mid How Ho
Helped a TcmiKlrr.
Hens Tcrloy I'ooio In Boston UutlRet,
Senator Vilsbee, of Salem, contributed
the following anecdote to thoso told Il
lustrating the rural instinct of Mr.
Webster. Once when the ureal ex
pounder was riding alone in bis ehaisol
iroiu isosion 10 .nnrsniiom ne uutiuuk
in Sclttiato a wagoner with one hoiv.e,
deeply "stuck in tlio mud, "with n load of
staves. The road was so narrow at this
j.pot that it precluded llio pawing
of another chicle. How fur Mr. Web
el cr was inlluenced by Ihe question of
detention did not appear, but be imme
diately in a kind manner offered lii.s ur.
fislanee to the man in difficulty, which
was gladly mecplcd. Having stripped
off bis coat, al if he went to help his
now client out of tho .slough, in Mm
first place, betook the reins of the old
horse, which he belabored with light
blows, while the countryman hove at the
wheel. This proving ineffecual. Mr.
Webster put his own shoulder to one of
tho wheels, with tho wagoner at tho
other plying the lash upon old Dobbin,
but it wa-s "no go." Some rail.- were
then procured from a neighboring feiuo
and the power of tho lever fried.
There sat the t.latcmnii astride Iho
elovaled end of one, lugging with all
his might, now joking, and now expiat
ing on tho virtues or the lover, and tho
man of staves on tho other, and each
shouting at the old frame of a horse, but
all to no purpo'.c. Our hero was not to
bo foiled in this way. nor. give up his
ease without another expedient and
trial. "We'll try another additional
imminent.'' said he. So Ids own hoi so
was taken from the shafts of his chaise,
and, with part of his own harness and
by means of a tope, was attached to the
reluctant load ahead of the old
pony. There was strength enough
now in the team to lift the
load from the mire, but. there was
not .1 perfect coincidence of effort in Iho
two horses. He of the wagon was a
raw-boned, worn-out animal, the other
a high-spirited, powerful horse. Tho
woid to start being given, tho leader,
bv a sudden spring, would jetk his
hinder companion down upon his knees
before be was ready to give a icgulnr
"draw." The lash was then applied to
the tardy animal, which would set tho
one of mettle to plunging and kicking.
Thus they went on, alternately pulling
and holding back, first one and then tho
other, the countryman "hawing and
seeing" and Mr. Webster now and then
lifting his lion voice, but all rendered
Useless by a want of concert inaction on
tho part of the horse.
The scene had now become one of a
highly-amusing character the states
man's straw hat, which had been taken
oil' by tho wind and lodged in thobushu,
his swatliy features sweating in tho hot
Min, his polished boots and lino linen
considerably besmeared with mud. So
amusing had the scene now become that
my informant, who had been a iou
coalcd spectator behind an elder hedge
' which divided tho road from tho.mcadow
where ho was al work, involuntarily
gave an audible laugh. This immedi
ately caught tho ear of Mr. Webster.
"How is this," said ho; "wo have an evi
dence in tho cjiso which must bo brought
on to help us carry our point."' Tho
narrator was accordingly discovered and
.summoned to the stand, and by this
additional aid the man in limbo was soru
set on his legs again. His joy at deliv
erance was great and his thanl.s pro
fuse. "By gorry." said lie. "we nin-.t
havoadropof something to take alter
such a tug," and produced a quart flask
and a tin tumbler irom his wagon. Mr.
Webster kindly consented, at his earnest
solicitation, to parlako of a little of his
beverage, diluted with water from the
brook, counseling him, by way of a
toat, to keep himself clear in future of
tho law and mud-holes. After rearrang
ing matters, and a partial ablution in
- Iho brook, Mr. Webster took his de
parture. Tho astonishment of tho
countryman was great when informed
that it was no loss a man than the great
Daniel Webster who had been lifting and
prying at the wheels, and ho solemnly
declared thai ho would have his vote for
the no.xt president.
A c;iliii sit Tunis.
ICor. Boston Tnoinfi Ipt.
The town is small, flat, dusty and un
iutercstiiiK. II has one broad principal
street leading down to the railroad sta
tion, with numerous small, dirty lanes
branching off from it. The streets were
filled with Arabs, Moors, .lews, etc.. of
all shades and color. About tho coffee
houses were groups of French and Tun
isian soldiers, while Iho background was
filled in with pigs, donkeys, dogs and
camels, Hero wo lint saw tho peculiar
costume worn by the Jewish women,
consisting of ii pointed cap, a blouse
reaching a little below tho waist, and
tight white trousers, with small slippers
protecting half the foot. As we passed
along the street we saw several prim
itive Hour-mills in operation. Two mill
stones n i-o placed one on tho other; in
the upper stone a Jong polo is fixed; to
the extremity of this is attached a mule,
which walks about in n circle, slowly
grinding thororu into a eoar.se powder.
A London writer says, "(he 'masher'
is n fungus, not an honest mushroom,
or oven a respectable, foadstool, but n
wet, spongy, and unwholesome emana
tion from . rotten and poisonous soil,
ridiculously overdressed, and starched
up to tho xory eyelids, Miiothered like u
mil in jewelry, decked out with flowers
liko a footman, idiotic in countenance,
.parse in conversation, with n knobbed
stick to suck; lie has becomo nn ob
served form of social lold veal." Wo
hopo this is sufficiently definite, although
wo might add, for tho sako of the
information of our querist, thai a
"masher" is a young gentleman who
boasts of his remarkable powers of fas
cination over tho ladies.
American Christian Jtoviow: Liko n
mud spot, if any onn daubs von with
slander, let it alono; for if you attempt
to rid) it out you oniy rub it deeper in;
wait until Iho Maimer dries ryjt, and
hen you can brush it off withovit being
Northwestern Christian Advocate. In
ibis ago to-morrow h 'largo nmnleclsivo
i i i i .
AN ALARMING DISEASE AFFLICTING
A NUMEROUS GLASS.
The disease commences .villi a slight
derangement lit (be stomach, but, If
neglected, It in time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and, in lad, tho cnlirogbindu- .
lur system, and Ihe allllcted (Irons out a
miserable existence nilll death gives
relief from suffering. The disease Is
often mistake for other comiihilnts:
but if the reader will asked himself the
following questions, he will bo able to
determine whether he himself Is one of
ainiclcd: Have I distress, pain, or dllll
cully In breathing after eating? Is there
a null, neavy leoiiuguucuucd nyiirow
slncsV llaxe Iho eyes a yellow lingo?
Docs a thick, sticky, mucous gather
iilioui the gums and icclh In tho morn
lugs, accompanied by a dWagiecable
taste? Is the tongue coaled? Is theiu
pains in the side and buck? Istbeiea
lulness about the right side as If the
liver were enlarging? Is there costive
ness? la there vertigo or di..lne's when
rNing suddenly from a horizontal posi
lion? Arc the secretions from Iho kid.
nevs scanty and highly coloiiicd. with a
deposit after standing? Does food fcr
meal, soon after eating, accompanied by
llatuicnce or a belching of gas from Iho
stomach? Is Iheiu frequent palpitation
of the heart? These various symptoms
may nut be present at one lime, bultlicv
toimeut the sufferer in lurn as Ihe dread
fill disease prognoses. If Ihe eise he
one of long ttniuilng, there will be a diy,
hacking rough, attended after a tlmo by
expectoration. In vrrv advanced stages
the skin assumes a dirty brownish ap
pearance, and the hands and feet are
covered liv a cold, sticky petsplrallon.
As tho liver and kidneys become more
and more dlciied, rheumatic pains ap.
pear, and the usual treatment proves en
tlrcly unavailing against this latter ago
nixing disorder. Tlieorlginof thlsmala
d vis indigestion ordyspcpski.iiudnsinall
iiuantliy of the proper medicine will
lemove Iho disease It taken pi its inci.
picnev. ft is most important Hint the
disease should be promptly and pioperly
treated In Its first stages, when a little
medicine will ell'eet a. cure and even
when It lias obtained a strong hold the
correct remedy should be perterved in
until every vcitlgo of the disease is
eiadicalcd, unlil the appetite has re
luriieil, anil Hie digestive organs restored
to a hcalthv condition. Tlie surest and
most oli'eelual remedy lor thlsdlstiessing
complaints is "Seigel's Curative Syrup,"
a vegetable preparation sold by all
(Jhemisisnuil Medicine Vcniloisthrough
out the woild, and by the propiictors, A.
.1. White Limited, 17, Fnilngdun Road,
London, E. C. Tills Syrup sli Ikes at the
very foundation of the disease, and
drives It, loot and branch, out of the
Market Place, I'ockllngtoa, York,
October 2nd, las'.
Sir, Being a sufferer for years with
dyspepsia in all its worst forms, and
alter, spending pounds in medicines, I
was at last persuaded to try Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and am thank
fill to say ha e. dot ived more benefit front
it than any other medicine, I ever took,
and would advise any one suffering from
the same complaint to give It a trial, the
results they would soon Unci out for
themselves." If you like to make use of
this testimonial you are quite at liberty
to do so.
(Signed) it. TiiiiNiui.
Seigel's Operating Tills are the best
family physic thai has ever been dis.
covered. 'They cleanse the bowels
from all in inning substances, and leave
Ihem in n healthy condition. They cure
St. Mnry.streol, Peterboiough, )
November iilllh, 1SSL J
fair, It gives mo great pleasure to In.
foim you ol the benefit I have iccelvcd
f i om SeI gel's Syiup. I have been
troubled tor yeats with dyspepsia; but
after a few dn-cs of the Syrup, I found
relief, and alter taking two bottles of
it I fell quite cured.
I urn, Sir, vour.s truly,
Mr. A.. I. White. Wim.iam Bitr.NT.
Heniiighani, Whitehaven, Oct. lOlh, 'S'2.
Mr. A.M. White. Dear Sir, I was
for some lime allllcted Willi piles, ami
was advised to give Mother Seigel's
Syrup a trial, which I did. 1 am now
happy lo state that it lias restored me to
complete health. I leniain, yours re.
Jons 11. Liuutfoot.
15th August, ias:i.
fi-Dear Sir, 1 write to tell you that Mr.
Henry iltlllcr, ol laicsnurg, iwns, in
forms me that he buffered from a severe
foim of Indigestion for upwards of four
years, and took no end ol doctor's medi
cine without the slightest benefit,- and
declines Mother Seigel's Syrup which bo
got from melius saed bis life.
(Signed) N. Wimit,
Mr. While, Chemist, Calne.
September 8th, 18il).
Dear Sir, 1 find the sal.o of Seigel's
Syiup steading Incicaslng. All wholmio
tiled It speak very highly of Us medi
cinal virtues; one customer describes il
as a "Godsend to dyspeptic people." 1
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) Vincunt A. Wills,
To. Mr. A. J. White. McrthvrTvdvil.
Pieston, Sept. 21st 18Sa.
My Dear Sir, Your Syiup and Tills
are still very popular with my customers,
many saying they are the 'best family
Tho other day a customer came for two
bottles of Svrup and said . "Mother
Selgel" had saved the life of his wife,
and ho added, "one of these bottles l am
sending fifteen miles away ton friend
who is very 111. 1 have much faith In
The sale keeps up wonderfully, in fact,
one would fancy almost that the people
were beginning to breakfast, dine, ami
sup on. Mother Seigel'sSyriip.lhoileinund
is so constant mid the satisfaction so
great. I am dear Sir, yours faithfully,
(Signed) W. BowKim.
To A. J. White, Ksq. 0(17 ly
Much depends upon u mini's cour
age when ho is blundered mid tradu
ced. Weal; men arc crushed by de
traction j but the, Imivc hold on unci
I n, ,,.
il UiRkHd !
By Jack Mttlono. he by Lexington,
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported Austra
11 in j !!nd dam, Bay Flower, bv Lexing
ton; ilrd dam, Bay Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire; 1th dam, Imported -Maria
Black, by Phllo da Tiitab, etc., etc.
I tit .nil l' xvas bred at the great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky,, by tho
late It. A. Alexander, and xvas sold lo
W. L. Tritcbard, of Sacramento, Cab,
for ijTi.OOl'. He stands 115'.) hands,
weighs l,00"i lbs,, and is a bright chest
nut color. Durlughls taclng career he
downed many a favorite, and won niativ
a hatful of money for Ids owners, nnil
moved hliiielf one of the greatest of
iiorses over n distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. He has I
already sired several eolts In California
that are winners, among which me
Llz.io Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called tho Bazaar Mluetvn
Colt, he being out of -Minerva by Im
pelled Leamington, tho Biro of Parole
and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-ycar-old form by defeating one of
the largest fields ot two-year.olds that
ever Mailed in California, among which
Were the two beautiful fillies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Acnew, distance
i?u mile; time, l.OlJrf, the fastest time on
recoid for two-year.olds at the distance.
Tills year she has won several important
e-cnts, and has proved heisclf to be a
Jliiv.uav has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain here the
balance of thh year, and breedeis, horso
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity lo obtain
bis services xvhllo thev have the chance.
Terms, $-10. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald BMiuiio, ,iv., will stand al
the same time and place at rsttO for the
season. He was bred in Canada, sired
by Impoitcd Donald Diunic, and out of
nn imported uiyiicsdaic marc, lie is n
Leant i fill dapple grey, 1G hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
and as lino a large horse as could be
Also, the lino large Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sniupsnii. This is one
of the largest Jacks thai we could find
in California, and is an animal of im
mense bone; is a very sure breeder, and
should be liberally patronized, as lie is
one of the very best animals of bis
kind. Terms, $.'( for the season.
The public are cordially invited to
call and inspect the above animals.
Marshllchl, Sept. 15, 1881. 818 tf
CO KTUACTOU & 11UI LD Fit
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
ON & AFTER THIS MTE
THE THICK OF BOABD AT THE
KTflT! ilMKJ? ! 'Tourists Retreat
lisjlUlL flUUrJlI.1 Honuapo, Kau. Hawaii-
AVI LL BE ItEDUCKD FROM ? TO
$5.00 Per Week.
U. W. UHAXXIS, I'rop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 'JO, 1881. 817 tf
Horse Shoeing a specialty
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship auinVngon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. IIopper's.204
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Liltlo Beauties, (lold
Bar, Three Kings anil the Pel
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The BBIlliiud Tables of this establish
ment have been to covered and
leveled, which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
W Call and eeo me. "YJ5a
No. Oil Hotel itrecl,
" Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, Ac.'
made ol llio latest designs,
A A ifBlir
wiHiiJiait'S s. s. co.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday ni
1 p.m., touching at Lalmlim, Mun
ition Bay, Mnlcenn, Maliukonn, Kn
xvnlbne, Laupahoehoo inid llllo.
Returning, xvlll touch at nil tho
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Ba tin day afternoon.
To tho Volcano and Back.
Jgggjte4gIiiter-lHlimii S. X. Co.
THHOUUH TICKETS to the Volcano,
and return, can now be had al the office
of Ihotlnlcr.lslandS. N.Co. Tourists
leaving Honolulu per lime table of tho
" FLA.NTER" will bo landed at Tuna
litu, thence byllallroad toPahala.xvhcro
Horses and Guides will be In attendance.
By this rout. Tourists can make the
round trip in 7 days, giving -i days to
visit the Volcano. '
TIOKKTS FOB TIIK BOUXDTKIT,
Including Iiorses, Guide, Board and
For further particulars enquire, at tho
office of the
Inter-IsliiiKl !S. X, Co.,
or.L V. J OH DAN, Volcano House.
r&jiv FOR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
S&Strf i-. it . t
I'he Clipper Schooner
F. Kibbling, .... Master,
"Will run regularly lo tho ports of
KOLOA, HANATETE & WALMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Tacii'io Navigation Co.,
7H2 :ini Cor. Nuuanii it Queen sis.
Till". l'AST saii.imi
za will run loimhirlv
TO WAIALUA EVEHY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
LABftSE & CO.
Have n Largo Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is offered at Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Free to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance- Co.
Agents for the Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Deodsfor California
Telephone No. M7. 70(1
Honua,po, Kau, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Travelers, where
First class accomodation can be had
at all Times. Tho climato of Honuapo
is recommended for invalids.
IIOKSES AND GTJTDES
Provided for tho Volcano.
CSTFor Terms, etc., See CARDS at
Hotels and Streets.
.1. W. SMITHIES,
57U ly Proprietor.
A PURE, WHOLESOME, HE
According to tho highest and best medi
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Llllha St.'
P. O. Box, !)70. Telephone, 281.
fhW?"A1l nrilurs rinnli nrnmnt nftm.it tnn .
i ww '
Tie Daily Biillei
Bills of Lading
enxrwrmx I (WHS.- 4,lU,K-
EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
C. BBEIER & CO.
OIIov lor Sale
LIST OF lluHAMSE,
Light E.xpreas Wagons,
Ex Top Carriages.
Com. Wood Chairs,
Flue Molasios Sliooks,
lee Chests, Nos, 8, !), and fi,
Lobsters, lib Ins j Beans, aliens
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fairbanks Scales, Nos. 7,8,10& 11J
Centrifugal Lining, 11 Inch;
Comp. Nails, ljd, 1-14 inch.
Manila Cordaqc, Assorted :
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS mim 20 AHD 25 GALLS,;
Sisal Rope, Assorted,
Ames' Shovels, '
Y. METAL SHEATHING
10, 18, 20, 22, LM and 20 oz.;
Mqv Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison. Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws and Washers.
CO EVI MOTION
Yes, and xve sell
.A.K JL.o-v us tlio DLiOAveHt I
and don't anybody forget it.
We sell New Bedford Rope, and any
retailer knows ltoxv it will hold out in
We also ha'o the mot varied assort
kept by any house this side of the Rocky
Mountains, such as
Hemp nnd Manila Cordage, all sizes,
Artesian Well Boring Ropes,
Manila Ilaxvscrs, Wire Rope,
Cotton and Hemp Duck and Twine,
Galvanized Marine Hardware,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pure Copper Sheathing, 14, 10 & 18 oz
Yellow Metal and Nnlls, 14 to 28 oz,
Copper Paint (Tarr & Wonsin's)
Whalo Boats, Boat Stocks,
Gal. Boat Nails, all kinds nnd sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention Also, ngents for
Perry Iiwis' Pnin Killer,
Brand & Pierce's Bomb Guns anil
Bomb Lances, &c, &c,
All of which we will soil at tho
300 ly A. W. Peirce & Co.
Tin, Copner and Shoot Iron Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Banges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and inutnls,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
Joli Piitii Office,
K. P. Adams .' Queen si
Lyons & Levey, Queen st
Alvln II. Rascmann.... Gazette Building
Bishop & Co Merchant st
W. McCaudlcss Fish Market
limit mill HIioch.
L. Adler i minim M
Chr. Gertz, Fort st
Temple of Fashion Fort st
Gousalves & Co Hotel el
Temple of Fashion Fort st
W. Miller Hotel fit
Lycan& Co, Fort st
W.II.Pagc,"" Foit st
Hawaiian Carriage Co., Queen st
Clcnrfl ami Tobncco.
C. McCarthy Astor 1)111 lard S nloon
Noltes Beaver Saloon, Foit st
Fisher's Champagne Cider,.... Llllha st
C'nuily I''netory nnd llnUery.
F. Horn Hotel st
CnrpcittcrH ami JIullilorH.
F. Wilheim Klngst
G. Lucas Foil st
Dry ami l'niicy ;ooils.
X. S.-Sachs Fort tl
.1. T. Watcrhouse, Queen si
J. T. Watcrhouse, King st
.1. T. Watcrhouse, Foil st
B. F. Elders & Co., Fort st
M. A. Gousalves & Co Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Fort st
Benson, Smith & Co Fort st
Hollistcr ic Co Nuuanu st
Holllster & Co Foi t st
M. Grossman, Hotel st
Irnyii;i' mill 'nrtui;e.
Frank llustacc, Queen bt
G. Robinson, Queen st
Mrs. Turner fRlug st
I'irc IiiHuruncc AjjentH.
H. Rienicnschiicidcr,..nt Wilder & Co's.
C. O. Bcrgcr, Merchant st
(mit'M I'nrnlHlilnir (JooiIm.
Killers & Co., Fort st
N. S. Sachs .'....Fortst
jonsalves.& Co., Hotel st
11 S Tregloan Fort & Hotel sis
(Srorri'lcM and I'i-ovIhIoiih.
A. S. Clcghorn & Co Queen st
Kennedy & Co., Hotel st
Wolfe &. Edwards,. . .Fort & Nuuanu stt
IIOl'NO Mliocins NIlOIN.
Wilson Bros., Fort st
liny mill Fceil Htori'H.
Wolfe & Edwards....Klng it Nuuanu sis
Union Feed Co Queen st
Lainc & Co, Fort M
G. E. Sherman, King st
Dillingham & Co Fortst
J. T. Watcrhouse, Queen st
Importcrx & Ciuii.SIcrcliautN.
G. W. Macfarlanc it Co., Fort st
C. Brewer is Co.,'. Queen st
Lyons & Levey, Queen st
M. S. Grinbaum & Co., Queen st
W. G. Irwin & Co Fort st
A. S. Cleghorn & Co., Queen .st
J.T. Watcrhouse Queen st
Frecth & Peacock Nuuanu st
Castled; Cooke, King st
Wing Wo Tni & Co Nuuanu st
C. O. Bcrger Merchnntst
Hyman Bros., Merchant st
W.Auld Water Works Ofllcc ,
J. A. Hasslnger, Interior Office '
W. C. Akana King st
Lowers & Cooke, Fort st
Wilder ii Co., Fort si
Millinery ami Dcchh lukliij;.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis Fortst
Dr. Emerson Kukui st
J. M. Oat Ji. & Co Merchant st
IMnmbcrti anil 1'alnterH.
E.CRowe,.. .. King st
Brown & Phillips, King st
J. Nott, Kaahumnnu st
Mas Kohm, Fortst
Williams it Co., Fortst
Tuning Jt SlUHll'Ul IllHtl-IIMIf lltH.
Lycnn & Co., Fort st
Noltes Beaver Saloon Fori tt
Windsor Restaurant, Ring i-t
Casino, Kapiolani Pat k
Tourist's Retreat,. Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii
Jlenl Itatnto AucutN.
J. E. Wlscuiau, Merchant st
A. S. Hartwcll, over Bank
J. M. Davidson Kaahumnnu st
A. Rosa Gov't Building
W. A. Whiting Kaahumnnu bt
J. Russell Merchant st
S. 11. Dole Ivtialiumnuu st
F. M. Hatch Kniihumnuu st
11. F. BIckerlou Merchant st
Cecil Brown, ".... Merchant st
.1. M. Monsairat, Merchant st
T. W. Rawlins, King st, Lclco
.! M. Oat Jr. & Co., Merchant st
J. M. Oat & Co., Queen st
Pierce & Co.,
.T. Nott, Kaabumanu st
U.S. Tregloan...... Foitst
Intcr.Islaiid S. N. Co., Esplanade
Wilder's S. S. Co., Fort & Queen sts
S' .v3 ' 9?'' Fort & Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co, Queen ft
Wood unit Conl Denlei'H,
Frank Hustace Queen st
G. W. Macfarlauo & Co.,.Kaiihuinann tt
rceth Se Peacock,. . v Nuuanu st
Brown A; Co , Merchant st
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