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BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Icliindfl
Draw Exchange on the
Demit ol'dilU'oiMiln, '. TT.
iVnil their agents In
NEW YOIIK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild A Hon, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Coinmerclnl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchttrch, nnil Wellington,
The Dnnk of Hrltlsli Colniuliln, Vic
torln, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact n General Hanklnir Rusiness.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bnt established for the benefit of all,
SATURDAY, SKIT. I. 188C.
HAWAII FOR THE HAWAIIANS.
"Hawaii for the Hawaiian1? is a
comparatively recent cry. A very
few years ago no such watchwonl '
heard. The foreigner hail come to
the country, nnd was welcomed and
.given equal rights with the native
born. The two lived together in
pence and harmony. The nathe
respected the foreigner and the
foreigner esteemed the native. The
Caucasian and the aboriginal
united in marriage, tints diluting
into the most intimate relationship,
and begetting a progeny equally
allied to the two races. This bond
of union having been established be
tween two distinct human families,
each had become to think of one as
a part of the other. At least this was
so of most people who had resided
for any considerable time in the
country. The new comer may have
thought and felt differently. Thus
the Hawaiian Islands presented an
instance of the harmonious union
and reciprocal fusion of the white
and brown races, the counterpart oi
which can probably "be found no
where else. They were the friend
and brother of each other. They
felt and acknowledged and acted on
the principle that their interests
were the same, and that what pio
moted the welfare of one improved
the condition of the other. The
white men who came, and came to
staj', were, for the most pait. the
friends of the natives, and the
natives confided in them ?.s Mich.
That there were dishonorable excep
tions men who dcgiaded, betrayed,
and imposed upon the simple Ha
waiian is admitted. Hut this class
was a minority, not a majority, of
the whole. The fiicndly feeling and
cordial good-will above lcfcircd to
were manifested by the majority.
At length theie came a period
about six years ago when this state
of harmony and this condition of
family lecling were uitlilessly dis
turbed by the intrusion of a stranger.
He came with laige piojectsand am
bitious schemes mapped out in his
designs and hopes. The foreign
population, who understood neither
the man nor his puiposcs, placed
themselves in opposition to him. lie
was keen enough to see the sim
plicity of the nathe mind, and being
vindictive and unscrupulous, 'ought
to secure the suppoit of the Hawaiian
and effect the overthrow of the for
eigner, by raising the cry of ''Hawaii
for the Ilawaiians." He had no
more concern for the Hawaiian than
for the man in the moon, and there
was no more sinceiity in his profes
sion of a desire to see the Hawaiian
exalted above his white neighbor
than there is in the heart of a cab
bage. Nevertheless, the shout en
tered some big cars and turned some
light heads, and race antipathy be
gan to bubble in some jmtutored
This gentleman having staitcd a
new idea and sown the seed of dib
coid, left the country for the coun
try's good. Then another and
others "caught on" to the same
idea and pioclaimed the same
dogma, probably actuated by tho
same motive and aiming at the same
purpose. AVc confess our faith in
the sincerity of his successor is no
stronger than in that of tho first
apostle, befoie alluded in. lie is
known to have been iusinceie, on
his own confession ; Ihry are reason-
ably suspected of being the same
Their labors, however, have not
been in vain. Whether they have
..,-..,., .... ; , , .
subscribed in heait to the doctrine
they have preached, or whether thoy
have preached with tho . lip only,
thoy have made quite a number of
'Hawaiian converts, mostly in Ilano
, lulu, and, chicily of a class with moro
'tongue than brains and more impu
dence than clmtiictcr. The last
elections acem lo indicate that the
new doctrine lias not tnet witli the
panic acceptance in the country ilis-
tricts, otherwise a number of gentle
men would have been out of tho
Legislature who nro now in it. It is
beie in Honolulu that tho mo3t
signal success has been achieved,
nnd "Hawaii for tho llawniians" is
fast becoming the pass-word for ad
mission to the Government employ.
So much so, that some while men
arc biginning to wish they had Ha
waiian blood in' their veins!
So far as we can learn several ic
cent dismissals and appointments
have been inllucnccd and controlled
solely', byjthts principle. While men
have been dismissed at very short
notice, because they were so un
fortunate as to be born white. Ila
waiians have been appointed, simply
because they had the good luck to
have Hawaiian mothers. Fitness
and unfitness, ability and incapacity,
have apparently had nothing what
ever to do with the dismissal or the
appointment. The foreigner must
go to a back seat, the native must
come to the front! "Hawaii for the
Ilawaiians 1" llunah!
We arc constiaiucd to remark
hcic, that it docs seem a pity that
the persons who have the practical
enfoi cement of this policy of "Ha
waii for the Ilawaiians," do not
leaui the habits and customs of
gentlemen. The positions they
occupy are lit only for gentlemen,
and gentlemen only can properly
occupy them. A gentleman gives
due notice of his intention tolismiss
a servant. If the servant draws his
wages weckl', he will get at lesst a
week's notice or a week's pay; if
monthly, a month's notice, &e.
Why cannot the "Hawaii for the
Ilawaiians" magnates learn the
habits of gentlemen, and give their
subordinates whom they intend to
discharge due notice, instead of un
ceremoniously tinning them adrift
with next to no notice at all? Theie
are lots of little books published in
Ameiica and England, any one of
which contains all the instruction
needed. The cost, including postage,
would not exceed fifty cents. Ur it
may be that some one of the con
temned foicign suboidinates or e.
suboidinates of the public service
could be induced to give the needed
insti notion gratuitously at an even
ing class !
With legal d to the sentiment of
"Hawaii for the ilawaiians, " within
proper limitations, we fully endorse
it. As to the way in which the cry
has been laised, the motives of its
authors, the race antagonism in a
nicasuic thereby engendered, the
method of applying the piinciple
these aie deserving of the severest
rebuke, and we can only think and
speak of them with sorrow and con-'
tempt. We purpose returning to
this Mibjccl in a future issue.
MM'.'I V-M.COM AY. COXTINl'I.l).
Funny, September .'Jrcl.
House reassembled at 1 :
The Minister of the Interior moved
to inseit an item of Sj,000 for a
steam launch. He stated that the
tug I'ele was in bad order, and ac
cording to the lepoit of the Super
intendent of Public Woiks, she
would not be lit ior anything at all
in six months. The launch was re
quited for harbor work hitherto done
by the Pole. He produced a plan
of a new launch from the Kidson
lion Works, the cost of which is
S-l,800. .It could be landed here
Hep. Richardson was in favor of
the matter being referred to a com
mittee to examine the plans.
Hep. Brown said the Superinten
dent of Public Works might know
something about buildings, but he
did not know much about vessels.
They had better ask Mr. Young or
Captain Fuller as to the condition of
Minister Gibson said the informa
tion came through tho Superinten
dent from Mr. Hughes, who had
ehaige of the tug.
The item passed.
Hep. Drown said there was some
items l elating to keepers of mauso
leums to be inserted, but the com
mittee had not yet reported.
Hep. Iwiunamano wiid the com
mittee would lepoit on Momhry, at
Hep. Aholo moved tho committee
consider the item of $7,G08.',)u for
. lieen Mnmns tuneial expenses.
! Sl7i!!! ?'! TO""1 t',0.Jlc,-
I Jt would be entiiely different if the
li f nir n,. Hli i0i.,...
'Ilie residuary legatees ate Albert
Kuntiiakea and the Queen's Hospi
tal. "Moth are amply provided for
by tho will. Kunuiiikea may be a
woithy young man, but there nro
other things needing 8U,000 moio
than he did. This S7,C08.!).' would
pay for a steam launch and its run
ning expenses. They would not bo
paying respect to tho Queen if they
pahsed tho item, as she provided for
her funeral expenses in Iter will.
, . ... ...w -i..w, .i.tu iiinuMUMl,
Tho bills had all been paid and the
claim was sent in to bo refunded by
the agent, lie had been informed
that Jlr. Cattwiight, the trustee
under the will, did not want the
money. Ho moved the item be in
Motion to postpone cariied.
Hep. Keau moved that the pay of
messenger of Interior Department
be changed to lead 82,000.
Hep. Kalua thought this was a
matter for the Minister of the In
terior. Thctc was a messenger who,
if any member went out to see,
would find him trying to keep him
self from going to sleep. This
messenger was perfectly satisfactory,
and he was stationary.
Minister Gibson said an extra
messenger might be needed, but he
had been wondering wheic lie should
place him. Since the introduction
oi telephones the services of messen-
geis w'ere not sp much needed.
During the day he had dcliveied
nine messages eight by telephone
and one by the messenger. It may
be that the cleiks weie in need of
an extra messenger. It may be that
an extia one was wanted, but he
had been studying wheie to bring
Hep. Knumimunu said the Minis
ter hud not been in the department
long enough to know what messen
gcis were lequired.
Hep. Aholo said there had always
been two messengers in the depart
ment.' The item ought to be in
serted. Minister Gibson said, after hear
ing the remarks, his attention had
been called more particularly to the
matter. He had only one messenger,
and that one could not attend to all
the bureaus in the Interior Depart
ment. Looking into the matter he
thought the depaitment should re
tain the two messengers.
Hep. Kalua said the piesent mes
senger had told him he could do all
the work, but his salary was too
Noble Hishop said the item could
not be changed on this reading. It
had better be put in, "Pay of
second messenger, SI, 000."
The item passed.
The following items passed:
Ti .inflating Books, etc., by
Thomas 1'. Spencer '. 3 2."0
For Judge A. Pomander, ex
penses of his book 2.i"00
Assd-tance to Female Hoaullng
For llawaiu'i Publications to be
placed in the Government
JJo.ul Damages, foi S. Kniii..-. SO
Minister Creighlon moved that
the item, guardslo the Government
buildings and jails, $10,000, be
transfeircd from the Depaitment of
Foreign Affaiis to the Interior De
partment. Motion earned.
At ;!:.'i() the committee rose, re
potted progrcs-,, and repoit was
Hep. Aholo moved that the Appro
priation Pill be engrossed as far as
it was ready.
Hep. Thuiston was in. favor of a
schedule being printed befoie it was
engrossed as there weie always
changes to be made on thud leading.
Hep. Kaunamano moved the house
adjourn until 10 a. ji., Saturday.
The vote was a tic, and the Pre
sident voted in favor of proceeding
Hep. Drown, on suspension of the
rules, gave notice of an act to
amend section 217 of the Civil Code.
Iep- Hayselden, on suspension of
the rules, moved that an act to pro
vide for the prevention of collisions
at sea, be taken up and read a
second time by title. Agreed to.
He then moved it pass to engross
ment. Hep. Castle said he would like to
know something about this bill.
Hep. Hayselden said it was a law
in force in every civilized country,
and they ought to have it on their
Minister Creightou said the Gov
ernments of the United Statos and
Gieat Britain had communicated
with the Hawaiian Government,
asking them to adopt this law. One
portion of the bill did not apply to
this country, and should be stricken
out. It was that part which re
ferred to fishing vessels in the North
Hep. Castle moved it be referred
to the Committee on Commerce.
Hep. Dole, on suspension of tho
niles, gave notice ot the following
bills: To pi event the borrowing of
money on account of the Govern
ment without the authorization of
tho Legislature ; to prevent the sale
of any Government pioperty de
voted to public uses without the
authority of the Legislature j to
regulate voting at elections of re
presentatives; to provide for tho
disposition of moneys received under
the statute relating to Postal Sav
adjourn to 10
moved the house
On the motion being put tho vote
again resulted in a lie.
The Piesidenl said he should give
way this lime and favor tho adjourn
Tho house adjourned at !J :40 i. ji,
Saidiidav, .September 4th.
The house assembled at 10 a. m.
Tho following names answered the
lolleall: Ministers Gibson, Creigh
ton and Dare; Nobles Domlnls,
Cleghoru, Kuiheluni, Katie, Martin,
S. Pniker; Heps, llnyselden, Lili
kiilnni, Keau, Maker, Kaulii, Ainata,
Drown, Kaulia, Pallia, Kaunamano,
Wight, Nahalc, Nnhinti, Kniihanc,
Aholo, Kattkati, Castle, Dickey,
Kaai, Thurston, Pachaolc, Dole,
Kauai and Paloliau. Tho minutes
of previous day were read and ap
proved. Rep. Aholo moved the l consider
ation of the item passed yesterday
in favor of George Lucas.
On explanation by Hep. Drown,
the motion was withdrawn.
Hep. Htehaidson repotted two
bills as engrossed.
Hep. Brown rend for first time an
act to amend section 217 Civil Code,
relating to branding animals. Head
a second time by its title and re
feried to Judiciary Committee.
Hep. Dole read for first time a
bill to prevent the borrowing of
money on account of government by
His Majesty's Ministers without the
sanction of the Legislature. Bill
read a second time and referred to
Hep. Castle, by permission, asked
the President of the Board of health
if any piecautions had been taken to
prevent the introduction or spread
of cholera from Japan.
Minister Gibson said that no ves
sel ftom an Asiatic port is allowed
to enter tlie harbor without fit st an
choring outside and undergoing a
thorough inspection. Kvery pre
caution lias been taken by the Boaid
to prevent the introduction of any
disease by vessels ai living from
Japan or China.
Hep. Brown, from a Select Com
mittee, reported on an act relating
to married women :
To Tin: IIox. J. S. Wai.kku, Pre
sident Legislative Assembly. Sin :
Your Select Committee to whom was
leferred a bill entitled, "an act le
lating to the propcity of mariied
woTnen," introduced by Hon. L. A.
Thurston reports that they have
considered the same and lccommend
that the same do pass with the fol
lowing amendment, viz.: by adding
to line second, section 7, the words
" for necessaries for herself or
Your committee have also con
sidered "an act to amend section
1280, of the Civil Code,'" intro
duced by Hon. J. K. Nahalc which
was refened to them.
The bill is for the purpose of in
creasing the privileges of married
women, but the points contained in
it are coveied by the bill first above
menrtoned. For this reason your
committee recommend that it be
laid upon the table.
(Signed) Ci:cir. Bitowx,
W. H. Casti.i:,
John- T. Dam:, -
J. L. Kaui.ukoit,
L. A. TiiunsTOX.
Heport adopted. Bill to be lead
a thiid time on Tuesday.
Minister Dare gave notice of a
bill to confer lights of citizenship on
Hep. Castle gave notice of a bill
relating to explosive oils.
OUDKR OK Till', DAY.
Third leading of a bill relating to
liens on buildings by mechanics who
have taken pait in erecting same.-
Hep. Aholo moved that it be in
Heps. Castle and Thuiston Spoke
in favor of its passage.
Rep. Hayselden moved the house
adjourn until 10 a. m., Monday.
House adjourned at noon.
DUPING inv ab-ence fiom the Ha.
wuiian Islands, Mil. HHNHY
HOLMKS will act foi me under full
powei of nttoinev.
GILlJERT J. WALLEK.
Puled Honolulu, hcpi 1,1880. !:i !)t
NOTICE of TKESPASS.
ALL unknown persons found enlriing
the Smiths or premises occupied
by the uideisigned, on the miikni side
of OahuJ'rl.-on, after 8 o'clock at night,
will be liable lo being ane-ted or shot.
CHUN KUI SUE.
Prison lload, Honolulu, Septemboi 2,
1880. 23 iw
Ex jVIUl'IpOHII, IV L
Nolte's Beaver Saloon.
MH. 11. IIAOKFI5LD litis thU day re
1 1 re tl from our linn and MH. J.C.
GLADE hub withdrawn from our firm
as general partner
II. HAOKFELD &, CO.
Honolulu, 31bt Augubt, lb8().
MH. K. MULLEK has thU tlay been
admitted as a geneiai p'irlucr of
our nun, and MH. .1. U. GLADE will be
a upcciul partner of our firm from and
after (his date
SIR. II. LOSE is authorized to sign
our linn name by piocutalion.
JI. I1AOKFKLD 4 CO
Honolulu, Ut Septctnhcr, 1880. (20 nt
DUHING my absence from the King,
dom MH. C. IIU8TAOU holds my
power of attorney to act for mo, an I
MH. W. II. I1UDDY is milhorlzed to 10.
ceive moneys ami bign receipts for nn,
Soap WoiKp. Loluo, Honolulu, A 'X.
28, lb80, 1711
i "ACME" BICYCLE in perfect Older.
i Apply to (14 lw) J. L. ilcLEAN.
St. Louis College
Boarding and Day School
FOB HOYS AT
Xlt O SPMCT U S.
'Hie Courtc of Instruction embraces
nil lite branches of a good Clnlsilan
nnd Coiunifichil Educatl' n. A Special
Cities hui been foinied this jinr lor ml.
vunccd vchiiliu.o. Latin, Greek, French
nnd (Struma nro optional.
For Day Scholar, f.Oc, 7fic, ifl, $1.50
The Hoarding Pcp'trlm-nt t onsets of
tv distinct classes of pupils.
Hoard and Tuition, 1st Class, per
Hoard and Tuition, i!ml Class, per
liisliutucnial Music, nr month.. 4
Vocal MuMc ife Diaulitg tree cf charge.
Laundry Expenses, per nmiiUi.... 2
Medic il attendance tonus c.Mrn
chnige al.'O, repairs of all kinds.
Hooks ami Stationt ly at current latcs.
Payments must be lundo iiiartu.')y
(evoiy 2J4 tnuuih) and in advance.
Kveiy linaidcr must lie provided with
belt elolheJ, multtiissc.s, two night
'gowns, scU'iul uits of clothing foi Sun.
ilayf, and week dms, Ux .-hilts, M
pocket handkeiohief. three nails of
blockings, (.ollius mid ties, thicupiitis
ol -hoes nil marked. Also, toilet nrti.
cles, such as hah lniish, tnntli, nail nnd
shoe blushes, combs, toap and blacking.
For admission its Honuleis ceitillcates
ol frood nioiiil chiiiucter and ot health
Unitoims will be obligatory for
Hoaidci-s may spend the first Saturday
of evoiy month with their parents or
A quuiteily icporl of the health, con
duct ami improvement of ercry hoaidcr
will lie sent to his parents or guudinus.
The Session commences this ear on
MONDAY, Scptombu-13, 1880. '
t&tf Vox further particulars apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
IJy older of the Tiustces of the Hethel
UliiiK li, I w ill s, li at Public Auction, nt
my S.ilesi oom, In Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '80,
at 12 o'clock, ikm'11,
tint ery alunllo nu I de-liable pro-
pettj owned by tl e Hethel Church
Association, nnd known as tho
situate at the cotnei of Kino; nnd Bethel
'I he dimensions ot the w hole lot is as
follow- vi.: On K'tig -lieet 011.5 feet
(S 27 40' L) on Hclhil street, 12-1.0
teet (S l!S a.V W) adjoining Snilors'
Home. r,7r leet (N170OW) on the
Uwn side, bnck part, 112.75 feet (N 0i
W E) to the initial point. The inn.
poll) is lnid out in four ningniticrnt
building loii-, us lollowf, vi.:
1 Lot facing on King St.,
1 Lot corner King & Bethel
2 Lots facing- Bethel St.
Hethel btreel is to be widened to 50
feet, inns-big this a very valuable build,
ing site toi business houses.
A plnn of this ptopeity can be seen
my i lllce.
iPjTTeims are 'A C.ibh, the Inlnnci
lo he piid in equal ins-tiillmuits, in l( 2
and ilyear", Pectin tl by (list motlgage
upon the premises Fold, and impiove
lncnlsjiircuftcr placed theieon Inteiebt
at I ho lute of 8 per cent, pet annum, pay
able aenii-niuiiinlty, fiee ol tnes. IVin.
cip.il and luteiest payable in U. S. Gold
Deeds at tho expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
THE Cottage now occupied hv MK.
E. K. HEXDJtY. containing (
Hooiiis, D.itluoom, l'.mtry, Veiandah
Jtoom, etc. Tltele tun "also Stables.
C.tiihige Ilou-e, SenantV Hooin, anil
Chicken House, all in good older. Ap
ply on the pranl.-ts or to
A. J. CAKTWKIGHT,
20 tf Kanhiimami Street.
HONOLULU, II. I,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886.
" The Faculty of the putt year will tie
increased l the addition of Mr. O. W.
Severence, A. IJ., who comes to us from
the MitnohcRicr Si hool, Manchester, Vt'.
Mr, Sevetence has mailc a special study
ot the French Language in Eutopic, and
will take that bianch in the College
woik together with Klociiiion and kintl
teil subjects The Boarding Department
will hu under tint bniite management as
last year, and nll'eis a pleasant school
home to all who may deslio to live at
Those planning to join the school for
thu coining ye.traiu iieiuested to com
munitato at an emly dntu with the Pies
dent, REV. W. U. MBH1UTT.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7!) Iieretama ntreet, limn lulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
The Trusties have added a year lo tho
lotmer eotirbe, making it to coirosponel
with the hefct Ginuiniar bcltool coimes
of the cities in the United Stntes. They
met happy to announce that they Imve
secured aroips of experienced Instruc
tor to aseihi iho l'rluci al, consisting of
thet following ladies;
Miss Ague. Mooar of Oakland, Citl.,
takes tho Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Mibs Ella U. Snow of Ware, Mass.,
takes the Third and Fourth Grades.
Mlt-H Mary Stuart of Onklnnd, Cal.,
takes the Primary Grades.
Tho School opens at !) o'clock MON
DAY, September 1!), 1880.
1ST For additional information (id.
dress (I'J lw) REV. W. C. MER1UTT.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS
111 XYvt. Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
.lust to hand, per Mcnmer Australia Kegs llollnntl Herrings, Unj Kinnllv Cormtl
Beef, kegs Family Corned Pork, Uegs Futnllj Bntukinut, hers Mtxttl I'lcklis,
kegs Crystnl Drips, kits Exlr.i Choice Salmon Bellies, kits Eltn (.'boico
JlncUerel, ftesh Smoked Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, lush Pinnkpil Satt.
tinge, flesh Smoked Beef, Whlllnker Slnir lining, llui Dupen limns, .Iiicob
Dohl's Bullulo Hams, Cala Drkd Figs, hlnck nnd white; Ciln Cheese. Oicuon
Cremn Cheese, Swiss Chccfc, San Sago Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese nnd IMntn
Clteetc, 21b blocks; Snow White Codllfh, Clcily Lomnm, ftesh Penin, Red
Cnhhngc. !" l'nrticiihtr attention Is culled to a nice nttrtn cut of the fit'm.
oils Holmes & Coult's Biscuits, Grnhtim Viifer, Onkcii Daki-, .Smi Foam
Wnfeis, Midgets, Ginger Wafers and Water. These hltcullM, and a full line
of Canned Gootls and Grain, also ftesh Apples in boes, in cjuautilii's to suit,
'at lowest market price. New Cain Potatoes and Onions in flint cnmiltion. 17
" TEMPLE OF
Tlie tat far of
This Day, September l,386.
S. COI-IN & CO.,
G3 and G5 Fort Street.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Cnstom-iuailc Clothing, Gents' Fiiriiliiiig Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neck-ware.
Albo, by lepeated and special request, a small invoice of tlie finest hand-madei
Most Durable Cents9 Shoes
Obtainable in the
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Albo, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
r TSUl. JJH ll!n mrv h ml iiiwiii tfltWly lj
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received ly every Packet from the Fufteru Stales and Europe
IueshU liornia Produce by every Steamer. All oidors faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city frecoi charge. Xblmiil oider Foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Oilleo Uox 1-10. Telephone No. Oi. 10S1
(Formeily with Samuel NotO.
Importer and Deuler in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly occupied Ly S. NOTT, opposite Spreckcls &. Co.'a Dank. -3
O. lto 2117.