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BISHOP & Co., ISAtfKJSTtg
Honolulu, llawnllan Itlands.
Draw Exchango on (ho
Bank of Ouliroriiin, td. 2P.
And Uiclr agonts lv
NEWYOnK, B0S10N, HOIJO KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Hra, London
The Commercial Dunk Co., ol Sydney,
Tho Commercial 11 ink Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand Auckland,
riirUtnlmiRli :md Well ,vton.
Tho Bunk of Rilii h Colu ubin, Vic
toriti, B. 0., nil 1 i'oitlnnd, Or.
Transact a Gonen.i Hanking Business.
rii 1 v
Hedged to nolther IVt ror Party.
Bnt established for tbo benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10. ISSli.
The frequency of runaways in
Honolulu is no matter of surprise,
ljut that so little damage compar
atively results to life and limb from
that cause is wonderful. Horses
attached to vehicles of every de
scription, public and private, are
often left standing in the streets un
fastened nml with no one in charge,
or in charge of young children
scarcely capable of managing the
most tractable animal. So that
under the circumstances, the sur
prising thing is that there are not
more runaways. It speaks well for
the good sense of the horses. But
absolutely they arc numerous pro
bably two or three on an average
per week. And yet rarely does any
serious damage to life and limb
follow as a result. This is surpris
ing. Narrow escapes some very
narrow are common enough. Af
frighted animals attached to vehicles
rush around the streets, among
pedestrians and other vehicles, and
occasionally come in contact with a
carriage laden with human life. But
nobody is killed, and rarely is any
one hurt. Perhaps this is the reason
why people take f-o little precaution
to preclude the possibility of their
horses running away, and why
police regulations arc not more
stringent, or more vigorously en
forced. But it is ery unwise to
calculate upon the good fortune ol
the past continuing indefinitely in
the future. Primarily it is the duty
ot those having chaige of horses to
take necessary piccautions to pre
vent them running away under all
possible contingencies, and if they
aic negligent of their duly, it is in
the province of the police to inter
fere in the interests of the common
A LETTER ABOUT HAWAII.
The "Kooky Mountain News," I
published at Denver, Colorado, of
Oct. .'Srd, has a well written and
lengthy letter, penned at the Vol
cano House on July 2Sth, and sign
ed by the initials .1. A. Z. The
letter is descriptive of a journey
from Punaluu to Kilauca, and of the
volcano itself. It has a few trifling
inaccuracies, but in the main is
surprisingly correct, considering
that the writer was a stranger, mak
ing a hasty visit. The letter press
contains three cuts, illustrative of
matters treated of. The first repre
hents a native grass house, the
second two native women dressed in
holokus, and the third the molten
lake of Ilaleinaumau. The descrip
tion of the volcano is intensely in
teresting, and gives the leader who
lias never seen Kilauca an intelli
gent conception of the wonderful
crater. Although distinguished by
graphic delineation, the letter is
free from the "gush" too frequently
characterising volcano literature.
Occasional kindly allusions are
made to the Hawaiian people. Sel
dom lias it been our lot to i cad so
much about the islands, written by
a casual visitor, so fieo from error
and so full of truth. J. A, Z. is
understood to i (-present the Rev.
Father Zahm, a learned but unpre
tending priest of the Roman Catho
lic Church, who was hero on a short
visit a few months ago.
A NOTE ON NEGUS.
EniTOit liuj.i.irnx: Tho chap who
calls himself Mrs. Negus is, no
doubt, very clever in his own esti
mation, but a plain person like my
self, who has more icgard for verity
than for verbiage, fails to seo much
point or sense in his lcmarks in
Monday's Bui.ixtix. Tho sub
stance of his letter, boiled down, J
take to be this: that foreigners who
are dissatisfied with the present ad
ministration of the Government
ought to become naturalized and so
lit themselves to take an active part
in the politics of tho country. Leav
ing out the slurs at tho motives of
tho dissatisfied portion of the com
munity and the sneer at their capa
city to do any better, I believe this is
what the letter amounts to. This
idea is not particularly ficsHi, in fact
it has been publicly propound
ed a number of times during the
last few years, by persons who ap
parently know as little of whnt they
were talking about as does your
esteemed correspondent. To all
such proposals there is one simple
and all-sulllcient answer. The
thing cannot bo done, and for the
very excellent ronton that the until
rnltantinn law has been so fixed as
to make it impossible. As the law
now stands, the great majority of
the foreigners residing in this coun
try arc ineligible lor citizenship, no
matter how long their residence or
how well qualified they may bo by
intelligence, character or public
spirit. As a small charge of dyna
mite esplodcd under a pile of rub
bish will knock the whole thing into
smithcicens, so one little bit of hard
fact from tho statute book of the
nation is sulllcicnt to blow your cor
respondent's elaborate rhetoric and
labored sarcasm, sky high. N.
THE PARIS ROTHSCHILDS.
31AXSI0XH II IKY OCCUPY
On the occasion of the death of
the Baroness James do Uothsehild,
widow of Baton James, tho founder
of the Paris house "Chapclle,"
the chroniqueur at The Sport gives
some interesting details of this
branch of the famous family of
Baron Alphonse de Rothschild,
eldest son of Baroness James, re
sides with his wife, who is the
daughter of Baron Lionel of Lou
don, in the splendid Hotel Talley
rand, at the corner of the line bt.
Florentin and Place dc la Concorde,
which was the residence of the
Emperor Alexander in 1815. The
eldest daughter of Baron Alphonse,
Mile. Bettina, married her cousin,
Baron Albeit de Pothschild of
Vienna; the second, Mile. Juliette,
has become Mine. Maurice Ephrussi.
This pouiig couple purchased in the
Hue de Berry the Hotel occupied
successively by the beautiful Coun
tess Villeneuvo Albuquerque during
her short stay in Paiis, and by the
Duke of Nemours before he went to
reside in the Avenue dc Bois dc
Baron Gustavo, her second son,
and the Baroness (nee Anspach)
live in tho Avenue Marigny, in the
sumptuous residence recently re
built ly them on ground depending
on the former mansion of the finan
cier Debrousse. All Paiisians must
remember the fairy-like aspect of
that vast garden. By marvels of
transplantation superb groves of
shady trees were improvised in a
lew months. The salon of the
Baroness Gustavo was the first in
which Rose Caron was heard. Her
eldest daughter manicd Mr. Lam
beit, who represents the house of
Rothschild in Brussels, but the
young couple pass a great part of
the year in Paris. Her younger
daughter, Mile. Aline de Rothschild,
came out in society last year, anil
was remarked for her grace and
The third son of the Baroness
James, Edmond, who married oue
of his cousins, purchased three years
back the celebrated Hotel Pontalba,
the garden of which, looking on tho
Avenue Galniel, is one of the finest
in Paris. The house that formerly
stood in the grounds was leveled to
the ground, and in its place has been
laised a splendid edifice, in which
have been assembled artistic treas
ures and all the refinement of
modern corafoit. Only a lew inti
mate friends have yet penetrated
into the interior, and the inaugura
tion was to have taken place in the
coming season. But alas !
Baroness Nathaniel, daughter of
Baron James, possesses in the Fau
bourg St. llononS, at a few steps
from the residence ot her brother,
the magnificent hotel adjoining that
occupied so long by the Maicchale
Suchet, Duchess d'Albufera, and
which lias been entirely rebuilt by
the present owner, Count Pillet
"Will. The Baroness Nathaniel, who
is one of our most talented aquare
lists, lives there in almost absolute
retirement with her son, Baron
Arthur, whose steam yacht Eros is
one of the finest vessels of the kind
afloat.- She passes a part of the
year on her domain of tho abbey of
Vaux-de-Cernay. Her daughter-in-law,
the Baroness James Edouard,
has scarcely left her residence in the
Avenue de Friedlnnd bincetlie death
of her husband.
The Baroness Salomon, widow of
tho fouith son of tho Baroness
JauiCb, is proprietor of the vast man
sion in the Rue Berryer which
formerly belonged to the financier
Beaujon. Her only daughter, Mile.
Helene, resembles her for her grace
Alone of nil the Rothschilds in
Baion Adolphe, who belongs to tho
Napoleon branch, is not a descend
ant of tho Baroness James. His
residenco in the Rue Monceaii is,
therefoie, tho only one that may be
open to society next bcason. Gal
BllEATI-mC TWI0UCH THE MOUTH.
Tight dressing, though tho nioht
serious hindrance to the habit of
good breathing, is not the only ob
stacle. Theioaru careless ways of
sflling and standing that draw the
bhouhlers forward and cramp the
chest, and it is as hard for tho lungs
to do good work when the chest is
narjow and constricted as it is for a
closely bandaged hand to hot a
copy of clear, graceful penmanship,
Then there arc lnay ways of breath
ing, and one-sided ways of breath
ing, and the particularly bad habit
of breathing through the mouth.
Now, the nose was meant to breathe
through, and it is marvelously ar
laugcd for filtering tho impurities
out of the air and for changing it to
a suitable temperature for entering
the lungs. The mouth has no such
apparatus, and when air is swal
lowed through the mouth instead of
breathing through the nose, it has
an injurious effect upon the lungs.
A story is told of nn Indian who
had a personal encounter with a
while man much his superior in size
and strength, and who was asked
afterward if he was not afraid. "Me
never afraid of man who keeps
mouth open," was the immediate
reply. Indeed, breathing through
the mouth gives a foolish and weak
expression to the face, as you may
see by watching any one asleep
with the mouth open.
It may be noted that an aniemie,
or low condition of the blood is
seldom found where there is an es
tablished habit of full, deep breath
ing with the mouth closed. Helen
Clark Swazy, in St. Nicholas for
PRESIDENTAL TABLE ETIQUETTE.
The President of the United
States cannot accept invitations to
dinners or parties where he is likely
to meet one of the Diplomatic
Corps: for the President to dine
out with one Minister of a foreign
nation would be to insult all the
other representatives and cause
each and evciy one to write polite
letters to their home Government,
informing them ot the insult offered
their sovereigns or liders. The
Diplomatic Corps is always invited
as a body. It is generally known
by people versed in society rules
that if tho President is invited no
foreign leprescntative is to be in
vited. S. F. Bulletin.
Major General Macpherson, com
mander of the British Army of occu
pation in Birniah, has died of fever.
"Wtiiliiiu.lEei & Jeweler
11ns just at lived fioin Snn Francisco
and lins opened u btoio opposite Bait's
lee Cre'.in PjiIuip, vihete ho wi'l attend
to the inuiiiifiicliiiiiig of all kinds of
jeveliy. Ihc setting of diamond" and
ehiononiotcrs u specially. 80 3t
November 1 2th & 13th.
Grand Entertainment for the Benefit
Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club,
Friday and Saturday Evening.
Tiie pcrformaiiee will ho given by
the iremlieib ot the II. Y. and B C, as
biblid by an oiehestru of vcll-known
musicians and u native chorus.
W. G. AltMSTJIONG -
C W. MACFAKLANE
W. MOUSE - interlocutor
J. V. ailoWS - Musical Dhccior
1'i'ii-e of AIiaiiKMo;i.
Pnrquetto and Drcs Circlo - - 1 00
Balcony Circle- ------ 75
Gallery -------- 50
'Tickets for sale at .1. E. Wiseman's.
Box plan open on A cdne&day, at 10 a. m
Doom open at
gins at b p. m.
I 836. 1 886.
EST NOTIOE.-Tho etvcnl com.
panics of ihu Department aio hereby
raiuofcted to assemble in tho huiimo op
1 osilo the hall cf Mechanic Engine
Company No 2, on the evening of
TUESDAY, November 16th,
At 7 o'clock, in full unifoim, with their
bevernl npp'iiuliif, lor the purpose of
trtkini; pan in tlio Torchlight Procession
ami I'.nailo in honor ot Ills Majesty's
Route of Procession.
Tho piocossion will leava the Bell
Tower ut 7;'i0, going t) tho Paluca
through Hotel, Alauiuikca, King and
BU'luud stieet8. On leaving tho Palaeo
tho line of muroh will be through Kidi.
aid, Beietanla, Nuimnu, King, Fort and
Hotel stiects, back lo the licit Tower,
where tho companies will dispcisc.
A full uttctidancH in deslied. Per
cider. 11ENHY SMITH,
60 tsecretuiy H.F.J).
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linud for salo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
4153 Bar Iron. Jy
ASV ATJCXXO: t
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
At 10 o'clock n in., at the residence of
M1U. . MONSARKAT, Union SUctt,
fou account of dcpnrtuu') we will sell ut
Public Auction, Hie tnlliu Household
Furniture, comprising in pint
Upholstered Parlor Suite,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO,
(Rundfdl. Cm to S. Co , M'lker?),
U. V. tuid Ko'i (Vntie Table?,
Largo Oenlic Bugs,
Sofa nml l)oorRugs,
Odd Lane Oval Mirror
Koa Hi tickets, Ti"tpoys,
1 Lady's Writing Desk Mirror Pi out,
Pictures, We3, B. W. Marble Top
BEDROOM SETS !
Feather Pillows, Spilug Mattresses,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Black Walnut Wnidmbe,
Curtains and Lambrequins,
B. W. Marble Top Side Board,
Set of Koi Book Shelves,
A library of Miscellaneous Works,
Extension Dining Tabic,
An aisoitmcut of
Glass, Crockery and
Table Cutlery, liangluer Lamp'',
Bed and Table 1 inen,
Wicker Lounges and Chuiis,
A Variety of Ferns
Flower Pots and Stands,
1 Hand Cart, 1 Wheel IS'iii-u mi '
Girdcii Toub, ele., etc
JgF" The house will l oi " for In
spietlon on SATURDAY, Nov. llUh
fiom !i a. in. till H p. in
P. ADAMS & CO.,
At the Hawaii in Hotel Billiard
rJO JBC XJ 3R, S3 .A. Y
in which the three Celebrated
Saylor, Morris & McCloery
Will contest for a pur-'e of $200 and
the entire gate nciipts.
1,000 Points up, Straight Billiards.
Moms will play 1,000 points to 75'J
of his opponents.
Admission SO cents. Game will com
mence at 8 o'clock. T7
GRAND EINI1 RACE !
Gro as you Please!
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 10th
At 8 o'clock.
First Prize - - Gold Medal
Second Prize - Silver Medal
Best two out of three wins prizes.
All (ini'Ies to be c'o-ed on Saturday
evenine, November Cth Admission wo
cents. Band in attendance. 70 Ot
BY HUSBAND AND WIFE, (P). NO
children, cmploymeul in a piivate
family, the lormer lor general garden
work and cure of hmses; and the latter
for generul house work, washing and
Ftwh g n sptcialty. One or both are
willing to make themselves irenerally
UKCIUI. AUtlJCSS J. M. VIVAS.
fcHIP'S DAVITS WANTED.
ONE PAIli SHIP'S DAVITS, 4 in.
in diameter, nnd 14 to 15 ftct long.
Apply on board Steam Schoomr "8ur.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 188rt. 70 1 w
Australian Parrot Lost!
ANY ONE K1STUKNING SAME
to Mrs. J. M. Cooko, on King Ht ,
op) osilo Kawnlahao Seminaiy, will
butulinbly icw.udi'd. Last seen going
louard I'mieliliow, PiKlay ul'iOrnoon.
IU'd and guo.i rob n. 77 4t
KEEP YOUK HOUSES HEALTHY'
and avoid (M'e&sivo sweating by
having them clipped with the patent
Lightning Unite Clipping Mnchlne.
HoiHts calkd lor and letuincd free of
( barge. King up Telephone No, Hi.
Or apply to MI LEti & II AYM5Y,
CU lm Hawaiian Hotel Slablee.
Steam Boilers, Furnaces and llangos
Set. Brick and Stonework done on
Alupal Bt., Second door from Beretanla.
V. O. Box 457.
Ordcibfrom tbo other Inlands punc
tually attended to. liily
The leading taisJ
BOOTS & SHOES
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just teethed a few more
Haw'nOniriageMnnf'gCo., Sin 100
E. O. Hull & Son.intw issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 33 10
C. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Wfiimannlo, 155 100
Star Mill, m 500
lkclproolty Sugar Cii., "-0 10C
Ice Company, S7 '00
Inter-lsland S. N. Co., 10o
L. A THURSTON, Stonk Ikokei
3 'Mimc'Iiiiiu Sttocl 151 ly
"V7E7I3HES to inform the Indies of
VY Honolulu that she intends to go
out as Ladies' Nurse. Is thoionubly
competent. Enquire at No. 121 King
Street. 72 Uv
rnHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL Stockholder of too Pacific Nnvi
gallon Company will bo held at their
oflle, rnrncr of Queen and Nuunnu Sts.,
on THURSDAY Nov. 11, 1FSK. at 10
o'clock n. m. G. P OASTLE, Seo'y.
Honolulu. Nov. 1, IPSO. 70 lw
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of E. O. Ilnll & Son,
Limited, 'will bo held nt their olllce,
THURSDAY, November 11th. at 2
o'clock, p. m. L. C. A15LES,
77 4t Secretary.
rpO THE CREDITORS OF THE ES
JL tuieof James U.Bod.a bauKrunt.
That the undersigned, Assignee of the
Eitate of James H. Boyd, a bankrupt,
has prepaiatory to his final account and
dividend submitted his accounts as Mich
usMgnce, and filed the same lufoiollon.
E.PIeston, Juttlceof the Supreme Court,
at his Chamber, to whom he will appe
al 10 o'clock, n. m., on THURSDAY,
the lblh day of November inst., for n
settlement of said accounts aud for n
thiol discharge fiom all liability as such
as ignec, and for an order to make a
final dividend. And that any person in.
terested may then and there appear and
conttst the same.
13 W. C. PAItKE, Assignee.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
fiom mid after tliis date, I will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
by mv husband without a wiitten older
fiom me. MRS. BANY GRAHAM.
Lcleo, Nov. :i, 1880. 74 2 w
1 HEREBY give notice that from
nnd after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1886. 28 3m
JOHN 11. SOPER requests thai nil.
orders for ihc CIii'iHtiunMH Pic
torial paper bj sent in before the
departure of the next mail for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. ,73
IJ1UHNIB1IKD OR UNFURNISHED
: A suite of largo pleasant looms
vtilh it largo bath room, tit 124 Beretanla
Street, oue'door above Or. Hyde's.
COTTAGE TO LET.
I7URNI8HED OR UNFURNISHED.
? A Cotiugo on Lunalllo and Piikol
Streets, fui nibbed complete for House,
keeping. Uso of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
OHAS. J. FISI1EL,
49 tf Cor. Port &, Hotel Sts
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No. 8 EMMA STREET,
Xl quire on Hie lucmuca,
OAPT. U WHITNEY.
CtAME TO THE HAWAIIAN STA
I hies, wi(h mddlo mid bridle on.
The owner can have tho sumo by prov.
ing pioperly and paying expense. 77
AN ENGLISH COACHING WHIP,
in or near Iho Hawaiian Hotel
Stables. A reward of $"i,00 will bo paid
iho perron letuniing the tame to E. K.
Darin, Hawaiian Hotel. No questions
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
No. CO Nuunnu fctrcet.
U I1WV I IIWHi
King Street, between Fort and Alnlcca Streets,
Has received per "Clous Spreckels," "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
sortment, of new goods consisting In put of
Fre.-h Apples, Cape Cod Crauberries, 3Iince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
dinir. 1, 2 and 81b tins; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips Bunid Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Silmon in Kil, and Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table Raisins, Currants, Dates, Nuts, Duret'ii Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimos, Soused Mackerel, Ovsteis, As-orted !Exuacts, Choco
'ate, Pti.nec, Baking Powder, Ten, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Bread, Crackerh add Cakes, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Cattile Soap, To.let Soap, Keiosinc Oil, Bran and Outs and a gonerul assortment of
Loave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Xort Stx-eot,
Have jii'-t leceived ex British bark " Iron Crag," a line assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & Blael.wcil'- Coeds, consistlngof Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Amliovy Paste, Pate a diablc, Bloater Paste, Polted Beef, Potted
Tongue. I otied Ham and Chicken, Potted Gume, Devilled Hum, tins Sheep
Tongue, lii.s collated Ox Tongues, Largo tin Bologna Sau-ogts. Philippe &
Canand's. Tn.llled 1 aio Partridges', do'Quail, do Larks, do Si.ipes, do ood.
cocks, do 1 1 iverj 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seeels, Bottles MayonnoiBeSauoe, Mush,
room Cuisnp, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tomito Coiiri'iw, Bottles French Trullles, French Olives, Spanish Olives.
Parmasen I heise, Jordan Almonds. Pliillipo & Cunund'n Truffled Pate do fills
Orus.TinH whole It just Partiidge, do Giousc, do Pheasnts, Tin Biussels Spiouts,
Tin Sago and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb tin
Crosse & hlaekweU's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meut, J.lb tin English Airowrooi, 1 lib tin Fillets ot Soles, 1.1b
tin Prawns, Reul Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fruit Cod Roes, l.lb tin English
Spiced Btet, 2-lb Bottle Frcndi Plump, JJ.lb tin Champignon., 2 oz Bottle
Caput CrtpeiH, 4 oz do, -lb Bottles India Cuuy Powder, 4 oz do. l'liillipo &
Canand's Petit Pals, l.lb tin Crosse & Uhickwidl'n U nil Soup, do Mnck Tur
tlo Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, Lib tin jMullignlawny Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Hot Potcli boup, do Vcectnblo Soup, do
Cockle Lekie Boup, do Green feus Soup do Mill ton Broth, do Snup and Bnuilli
do Rcast Fowl, do Carrotb, do Parsnips, do Tuinipp, do Onloin, J.lb tin Black
Leiecfcteivhho Mushrooms, Mb tin bieth 'I ripe, do Ir'sli Slew, do Alamodo
Beef, do Btilul Million, do Huiricot Mutton, do Mcved Kidneys, doCilfsbead,
do Oalfbheadnnd Ham, do Roust Mutton, do Hoint Vtnl, 4.1b'tlns Boiled Beef,
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods,' artoons Muscatelp, '.-OaitonnsMiwnii'ls, Quoits MonU
hcrrat Lime Juice, J.l'int Worcestershire Saoce, Pints do do, 4 tins Cocoa
and Milk, do Moore's Ohocolato ami Milk, Tins Smith'- Collee' and Milk, do
uncoa unu miik, maii jionies nmiur tesenco i;oiiee, Tliif l'utent tiroats
Mb tins Syiiiingt"ii Pea Flour, '(.tins Van HotiHon'h foeoa, 2.1b Vail Scolch
Oalmeul, M.lb papers Epp's Honitopatlilo Cocoa, 7.1b tins Epp's Vaidll.i. Choc
olnle, 1.1.1b puokiiges; 1.(1 lb tins CotoatinH, 11 C tin do. Oakley's Knito Polish,
t 10 nnsreuri tsago, no wioniiii itice, eio l'lauo iupii.cn, no fiunlnliigo ouu
sages, Small Tins Oxford Sausages, Large tins tin, Ci himin English Mustare
la Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thj me, Dried r-iium, S.vom, DrK'tl Mnijoram
H tins Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, piuls Su o lor Tallin Vinegar, Laning'i
jidum Cheese, Botllcj Day & Muitin's Lhjuid Shoe Dim king, Tins do Push
do, J-tin Polled Hum und Tongue, lln Poind Tut Key tuiel Tongue, Pint
Durei's French Salad Oil, J..plnts 3o. Cro-he & lilm kt oil's t-tilud Oil, und
much more too nuuicious to mention, all of v hlrh we fl'er for sale at reason
able figured. Fresh loo House Goods by Every Steamer.
hTe McINTYRE & broT,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COR.NER FORT AND KING STREETS,
New Goods received bv every Packet from the Fsttern Slnles and Eurcno
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
und Goods delivered to any part of tbo
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post
8fh & 9th.
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
TIIAT desiiable Store imw occupied
JL by iho LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, nnd all the Pixtuio, Ghis? Cases,
&.C, for sale. Pni larlher particulars,
enquire on the Picmies.
P. O. Box 297.
city freo of charge, Islund oiders to'!
Office Box 14c. Tolophouo No. 03