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Order of Reception
TO 111; Itl.l.I) AT
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16.
(! a. m. Mntslml
of i hi! Kingdom mul
1):I5 a. M.11N Maie-dy's MinMeis,
Judge Stipicine L'ourl, Govcrnoiv,
Noble, Privy Cuum-iUnrs mul Mem
hers of lliu Legislature.
10 a.m. loll A m. Edue'iiinwil Jfi"'y,
Division 2, II. It. II. I'iIiut Pot
iiinikclaul; lloo kuouoniio Society,
11. K. II. Prliiro Knlulnnl; Erttica.
tloual Society, Division 1, II. It. II.
l'rlnceMi Llkollke; Nllion Society;
II. K. IT. Prince" Lllltioknlani;
Members of lliu Society uro most
res-pfclfullv invited to assemble nt
Washington Placu nt 8 a. i.
11:15 a. i. Charge d'Ail'alros of the
United Slales of America to pies-cut
the Prcddenl's oongiatulalions.
'() A. M.
-Diploiniilii) and Consular
12 jcooh. Government
1 i'.m lloouhi Society.
the Queen, Lihui Laumnkapili,
Ifnumak-ipili Congregation; Hooulu
l.nhui Muliu Kuninlu, Fishermen's
Society, Schools, Honolulu Firo De.
P'irtmcnt, Puuwat, Lokuhi Asocia
lion, Poola Association.
II i-..M. 1'lie Public.
:i:30l. m. TlicMilitaiy.
.T. A. CUM MINGS.
82 Marshal of tlic Day.
BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JBilillC ol Cn.IHiiiln, S. IT.
And their iigenls in
NEW YOUK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
toria, 15. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact u General Banking Business.
lu giuiij gjaUtdm
Pledged to neithor Beet nor Party.
But established for tho bonefit of nil,
SATURDAY. NOV. 1!1. 188G.
AID FOR THE CHARLESTON SUFFERERS.
At a meeting of Geo. AV. DcLong
Post, G. A. IL held at Harmony
Hall on the evening of the 'Jtli inst. '
A circular was read from Gen.
Lucius Fairchild, Commander-in-
Chief, G. A. 11. The letter is dated
Charleston, S. C, September 11th,
1880, and is addressed to the Com
rades of the Grand Army ol the
Republic. Referring to the sufferers
by the earthquake, the General says :
"With you T have been profoundly
touched by (he great calamity to
Charleston and vicinity, calisen by
the recent earthquake. J came here
as your representative to learn thci
exact facts as to the necessities of
the people and to take such action
as the occasion might require.
The situation is hrielry this : The
immediate demand for food is
promptly answered by funds already
contributed ; but there is a class of
citizens, whose houses are more or less
shattered, who have no means with
which to repair them. This clsss,
and those who, being houseless, have
suffered loss of personal property,
require aid from abroad. It will be
to them a continued calamity unless
help is rendered. The community
here have done and are doing every
thing in their power. A laige sum
of money is required to do all that
ought to be done. This condition
of affairs warrants immediate and
extraordinary effort. I feel con
fident that every comrade is anxious
to do what he can to bring comfort
and happiness to this stricken peo
ple. 1 therefore icqiiest Department
Commanders to call upon each Post
in their Department at once lo ap
point a committee which shall collect
such bums its comrades and their
fellow-citizens, in cities, villages,
and on the farms, may desire to
The money should be transmitted
lo Department 1 Icadquurters, whence
it will be sent to AV. A. Couitenay,
Mnyor of Charleston. A committee,
consisting of tho best citizens of
Charleston, will see to it that the
money is properly applied to tho
relief only of tho worthy mid neces
sitous. Lucius Faiiiciiim.
Commnnder-in-Cliief, G. A. II."
Acting in accordance with the
suggestion of the Commander-in-Chief,
tho Geo. AY. DcLong Post
voted fifty dollars from its funds in
aid of- tho sufferers, and 11 commit
tee of Comrades was appointed to
take further action in the matter,
and bring it before tho public. Tho
appeal has already met with a liberal
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response from one of Ihrj fchillr-hcs,
(he JUcthol Union Congregation lim
ing agreed nt lust AVcilnosilay even
ing meeting, to devote the .Sunday
nioniingeollcction, (Nov. i-'dth) to
this purpose. -,, Doubtless oilier
ehiirehcs ns well as individuals will
respond in a like spirit of practical
sympathy. There is every assur
ance that whatever is contributed
will be Used and devoted to the aid
of those in need, regardless or
nationality, creed, color or previous
PROFESSOR VAN SLYKE'Si,ECTURE.
The friends of Uahu College who
responded lo the invitation to hear
Professor Van Slykc's lecture on
chemistrv. in the Uishoit Hall of
Science 'nt Puliation, last evening,
were amply rewarded for their at
tendance. The Professor prefaced
his lecture by saying it was quite
likely that the public, as well as the
honorable gentleman to whose li
berality and patriotic spirit the
science department of Oaliu Col
lege owes us prusuuii iiuc 1:41141111111,,
would be well satisfied if the stu
dents in altendnnce reap the bene
fits ; but it has been decided that in
addition to these advantages, the
science department might bo mado
available lor diffusing information
directly among the people. A course
of evening lectures is proposed to
be given on the general subjects of
"The air wo breathe," "The water
we drink" and "The food we eat."
The lecturer proceeded with a state
ment of the origin of the seience of
chemistry, after which the funda
mental principles of the science
were stated in a very clear and
coiiciseinaimer. Atoms, molecules
and masses were distictly defined, as
also gravitation, cohesion and allin
ity. The chemical changes produced
by synthesis, analysis and substitu
tion' were amply illustrated by a
series of very' interesting and, to
the uninitiated, somo rather starting
The whole lecture, interspersed,
as it was throughout with illustrative
experiments, was highly cntertain-
r as well as interesting.
A COMPLIMENTARY PRESENTATION.
Last evening the King's Own mi
litary company, in undress uniform,
assembled at their armory and pre
sented Quartermaster-General Sam
Nowlein, formerly senior captain of
tho King's Own, with a massive sil
ver ice-pitcher, ice-bowl and cup,
with the following engrossed letter.
To Captain Samuel Nowlein Sir:
AAre, tiic undersigned committee, on
behalf of the olliccrs and members
of the King's Own Volunteer Guard,
beg to offer you our heartiest con
gratulations on your promotion in
the army of our country and the
service of our King and patron. -We
also beg your acceptance of the ac
companying gift, as a token of our
sincere regard, and with it our best
wishes for your future welfare and
C. II. CI.AKK,
Isaac II. Sumtwoon,
Honolulu, November 12th.
The Quartermaster-General though
taken by surprise acknowledged the
gift with a short speech of thanks.
The pitcher -bore the following in
scription: "Presented to Quartermaster-General
Samuel Nowlein by
the ollicers and members of the
Kings Own Volunteer Guards. Ho
nolulu, November 12, 188(5." The
cup bore the monogram of the re
THE MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT.
It is no exaggeration to say that
the minstrel entertainment, ut the
jIusic Hall last night, for the benefit
of 1 the Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club, was a success, both as regards
the nature of the performance and
the patronage of the public. The
first part of the programme con
sisted mainly of songs, interspersed
with a dance and the usual talk be
tween the end men. The opening
chorus by the full company was
good. Songs' were sung acceptably
by J. Bright, AV. G. Armstrong,
II. "W. Worse, J. Dowsett, C. AV.
Macfarlane and AV. lloogs. A com
pany of seven Hawaiians, with guitar
accompaniment, bang very prettily.
"The Skids," composed of Messrs.
Morse, Macfarlane, Lillis and Arm
strong, gave an amusing representa
tion of military drill, that bo de
lighted the spectators that they
compelled "the "Skids" to return
and go throw their facings a second
After u short interval the second
part of tho programme commenced
with a character song, elllciently
acted by 15. AV. Iloldsworth. C. AV.
Macfarlane and AV. G. Armstrong
produced a laugh-provoking negro
sketch. Messrs. Morse, Dowsett
and Hoogs appeared as "Three
Little Maids" in Japanese costume,
and made the people laugh immo
derately. The banjo, an instru
ment admired by borne, was fingered
by J. Appleby in a way that could
scarcely be excelled. Although
down on the programme merely for
one solo, the audience would not be
satisfied until he had twice re
appeared. The most amusing thing
of all was tho concluding farco, new
mid novel, entitled "A Slippery
Day." Tho characters wcro all
local, and so true to life that every
"point," from beginning to end,
was perccptiblo at a glance,
Tho audience, which filled the
hall, remained undiminished to tho
end, was intently attentive, IN
platulcd frequently mul warmly, in
sisted Upon several encores, and did
a very largo amount of laughing,
the whole of which goes to show
that, the entertainment, was pleasing
The performance will bo repented
to-night, witli some changes, and
will, no doubt, receive the patronage-
of a full house, which it really
STABILITY OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.
Paris, Sept. 2!l M. lie Frcycinet's
speech at Toulouse last.night is pub
lished this evening. After acknow
ledging the cordial reception given
him, M. de Freycinet remarked that
throughout Prance, as at Toulouse,
there existed a feeling of unshakable-
confidence in the future of the
Republic. This did not seem a
mailer for surprise, though it was
quite new in French history; for
during a century no French Govern
ment sixteen years old had been
stronger than when first established.
Even governments attaining or
slightly exceeding that ago had al
ways long previously shown symp
toms of decrepitude, whereas the
Republic had a boundless prospect
before it, and was the true and ulti
mate expression of the tendencies
of the Revolution. Enemies like
friends, felt the impossibility of
substituting any other system, and
it was a significant evolution that
honest Frenchmen, after clinging to
dreams of a chimerical Restoration,
were beginning lo see that they could
not loyally serve their country ex
cept by formally accepting Repub
lican institutions. After this allu
sion to M. Raoul Duval and his
handful of followers, M. de Freyci
"But the Republic has other
titles than the impossibility of over
turning it, nobler and loftier titles.
For sixteen year?, despite some
passing vagaries, somo minor mis
takes anil what party .does not
commit such? the Republican party
has been wise, thus justifying M.
Thier's prediction, 'ISaveiiir sera
uu plus sitye,' It lias been wise;
for by its constancy, discipline and
long-maintained union -it has suc
cessively gained every grade of
authority. At first an imperceptible
minority, it now reigns as master in.
the Senate, in tho Chamber of Depu
ties, in the Prcsidenej' of the Repub
lic, in the Departmental and Munici
"It has been wise in .1 still rarer
way. It has restrained and moder
ated itself, in order to be in unison
with the reat tendencies of the
country. Anxious for reforms,
passionately longing for democratic
improvements, animated by a gener
ous ardor to realize them, it has,
nevertheless, felt that too quick a
march might terrify the masses, not
yet accustomed to support it, and it
has had the good sense to proportion
its daily task to the real tendencies
of universal suffrage."
Dwelling next on the services
rendered by the Republic to the
country, M. de Freycinet asked for
a comparison between led and
188G, and ho cited the reorganiza
tion of the army, the rearming of
the frontier, the diffusion of educa
tion, the unprecedented stimulus
given to public works, the solidity
of the finances, and, lastly, that
liberty without which other blessings
might be slight and precarious.
Special to London Times.
AVashington, Oct. 20. Tho Pre
sident to-day directed the suspen
sion of M. E. Benton, United States
Attorney for the Western District
of Missouri, and of AVm. A. Stone,
United States Attorney for the
AVestcrn District of Pennsylvania.
This action in the case of District
Attorney Benton was based on in
formation that he is now and has
beenfor some time past engaged in
addressing a series of political
meetings throughout Missouri, witli
appointments advertised for nearly
every evening up to the lime of
election. The President has en
dorsed the papers setting forth the
above statement: "Let this olllcer
be suspended at once," and re
turned it to the Attorney-General
for an enforcement of the order.
The suspension of District Attor
ney Stone was made for similar
reasons. Benton isa Democrat and
Stone a Republican. Alta.
AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.
London, October 2Gth. In a
speeeli last night Lord Randolph
Churchill said: Olllcial accounts
reaching the Government of the
social condition and prospects of
Ireland arc of an encouraging charac
ter. There is a good harvest and a
marked recovery in prices. Rents
aro being generally paid throughout
tho country. Landlords have help
ed greatly to lesson the dilllculties
of tho crisis, though they belong to
a body of men that never met with
overmuch justice in England, and
therefore was justified in standing
out for their eomploto .rights and
tho strict letter of tho law. They
have generally made very largo re
ductions, and the Government is
immensely indebted to them for the
generous spirit they have displayed.
TUB HUSH TENANTS.
Also Jiave co-operated iu a. signal
manner toward the restoration of
order. Tho Separatist party in the
llouso of Cammons had predicted
that a terrible time was coming in
Ireland, l'arnell in n begging letter
implored American dollars iu order
to prevent tho wholeaalo extermina
tion of the Irish. Nothing of tho
;ind has occurred, or is likely to
occur, although llicrd are still iso
lated districts in Ireland where
terror and crime arc rampant, which
may call for special treatment. With
this exception there is a marked de
crease in crime and disorder. People
arc rapidly appreciating the full
significance of the last appeal of the
electors, and will gradually shape
their political and social action 111
Stovanoff, lliu popular poet, in
tends lo move in the Sobianjc in
favor of declaring a Republic.
Rumors aro current that a nlot has
been discovered to seize the Regents J
en route to I icrnova.
Mechanic Engine Co., No. 2.
jVrUMHMlS of tho above Company
JLYJL arc icqucstcd lo assemble nt the
square opposite the Hell Tow er TO-M 0 R
ROW (.Sunday) Afternoon, November
1-t, 188(1, at 1 o'clock, for lliu tiinpntu of
unending lliu funeral of WILLIAM II.
AVRIGHT, Into a member of said Com.
puny. Friends and nupinlntanoet of the
deceased mid of the family, und mem
bers ot the other lire companies nro cor
dial ly invited to attend.
8:1 U Per order of lliu Foreman.
MEMBERS of Onhu Lodge, No 1,
K. of P., are inputted in meet at
their Hull 'lO-MOUIiOW "Sunday) nt 1
o'clock to attend the ftini'rnl of our late
Btotber WILLIAM H. WltlGHT.
Members of Myotic Lodge and mem.
hers of (lie Older generally are rcspiot
fullv invited to be present.
83 It K. of It. & S,
MEMBERS of Lodge LoProgredo
1 Oceanic, No. 124, A. F. & A. M ,
arc requested to lie in aitendatico at thcii
Hall on King Sireil, TO-MORROW
(Sunday) at i! o'clock sharp to allend the
funeral' of our lulu Uiotlier AV1LLIAM
15. AVH1GHT. Members of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. A A. M., and vi-uiin '
lliollier's in good standing aie CMd'a lj
Invited, also all fiiend" and "cqu in-
ltinccs ot the deceased. Jsv onl ol tin
Raised from, tho Ashes 1
Cor. Kind mid Xliunnti SlroplH,
A V ill have a Grand Opening
At 7:30 o'clock there will be served a
Music by the llnnd. All prizes and
SMALL FUHN1SHKD HOUSE,
or rooms with bund. Apply at
this O fee. ' 82 .it
ONE -l-YEAR-OLl) MARE, broken
to hnrn-M and saddle.
One Open Side Har Bugjy.
One Honolulu untile Brake.
One SingluSlrfp llurncsf.
For particular- i-mniiru at
r2 lit PAN 1 1 1 KON STABLES.
NEWLY BUILT, COMFOHTA
blclloutc of id mini, villi modern
improvements and gocd yard. Finnish
ed or unfurnished ; a fine location, nod a
nust desirable place, A long term ten.
aiit desired. Applvto
Rcnl Estate Agent and Collector, No.
12 Merchant Strict. 82tf.
W. PRATT, thanking bis nu
merous triends for their patron.
agii in tho pan respecllully announces
Unit ho will remove on MONDAY
mrrniiig m Ko. 82 ItI Street.
ue.u toJ.McCjriliyVCfgarStainl, where
ho will bu glad to nccomnioilnto them
with meals at all hours, day and night,
and at Iou.t rates. Icu Oieiiin will
also bo served at lfi cents per plate at all
hours. Private room, with separate en.
trance from the t-treet for ladies. Tuu
Ui:st Lvuikb' Restauhant in Hono
lulu. 82 D. AV. PRA'IT.
Grand Enteitniiiuient for the Benefit
Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club,
Tho performance will bo givon by
the members of thu II. Y. and 11, C, as
sisted ly nu 01 chef tra ol well-known
musicians ami a native clmiut,
AA'. O. ARMSTRONG - lMJta
0 AV. MAOKARL.VNK - f i'"" llL
AV. MOUSE - Interlocutor
,L P. UROVYN - Musical Dliector
PrieeH oi' AilmiNttioii.
I'arcruotlo and Drew Oliclo - - $1
Gallery -- CD
Tickets for sale nt J. E. AViseinau's.
Doors open at 7:80. Performance bo.
gins at 8 p. m. SO lit
Tho Inter -Isluiitl Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on liund for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron. iy
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Ti ) l1
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
At 10 o'clock :i in., at tho residence of
Mlf. . MON8ARUAT, Union Strevl,
(on account of departure) vu will hell at
Public Auction, iho entire Household
Furniture, comprising iu pari
Upholstered Parlor Suite,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO,
(Huiidull, Carle & Co , Maker),
R. W. and Kou Centre Tables,
Largo Cuntro Rugs,
bofu and Door Rugc,
Oin Largo Oval Mirror
Kim lli'ickels, ToHpoys,
Cm put RocUiiih
1 Lady's Wiitlng Desk Minor Flout,
Picture, Arapcs, 11. W. Marble Top
BEDROOM SETS !
Feather Pillows, Spring Mattrc-es,
DOUBLE KOA BEDSTEAD
Black Walnut Wanltolie,
Curtains and l.anihuqiilni,
B. W. Marblo Top Sido Board,
Set of Koi Ho.ik Shelves,
A Library of Miscellaneous Works,
K.teiiion Dining Table,
An assortment of
Glass, Crockery and
Tabic Cutlery, Hanging Lump?,
JScii anil Taoic Liacn,
AVicker Lounges niul Chairs,
A Variety of Ferns
Flower Pots and Stand?,
1 Hand Cult, l AVheel Ilirrow and
G udeu Tools, etc., elc.
JSf" The houoe will lu open for in
spielion on SATURDAY, Nov. l'.illi
tVoin tl a. m, till '! p. m
E. JJ. ADAMS & CO.,
70 St Auctioneers.
i:. o sciiu.MAx.
Seejy & Trcas.
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
1 836. 1 886.
EST NOTICE. The several com.
panics of the Department arc hereby
requested toas3Cinb!e in the fcpiaro op
posite liie hall (f Mechanic Engine
Company No 2, on the evening of
At 7 o'clock, in full uniform, with their
several nppaiatus, lo- the purpose of
taking pan iu the Torchlight Procession
and Pai ado in honor of Ills Majesty's
Route of Procession.
The procession will leavo the Hell
Tower at 7:80, going to tho Pnlaco
through Hotel, Mauunkca, King and
Richard stieets. On leaving the Palaco
the lino of march will bo tluoueli Rich,
ard, Rerctania, Nuuanu, King, Fort and
Hotel streets, back to the Hell Tower,
where the companies will disperse.
A full attendance is desired. Per
order. HENRY SMITH,
80 Secrelaiy H. F. D.
BY' HUSBAND AND AV1FK, (P). NO
children, employment in a private
family, the foimer lor general garden
work and care of hoi sen; and the latter
for general luiuto work, washing mid
ftwlng a specialty. One or both nro
willing to make tliemsthes generally
Ubeful. Address J. M. VIVAS.
74 2w Knhumunu St.
Stoma Hollers, Furnaces and Ranges
Bet. Hiick and Stonowork done on
Alnnni St., Second door from Rerctanla.
P. O. Hox 4m.
Ordeisfrom tho other Islands piuic.
tually attended to. 72ly
COTTAOE TO LET.
T No. 8 EMMA B-.TREET. En.
L quite on Iho prcniito".
70 Iw OAPl'. II AVIIITNEY,
A N ENGLISH
the Hawaiian Hotel
Stublcs. A reward of $0.00 will bo paid
tho person leturning the same lo L. If,
Darin, Hawaiian iiutei, jno questions
- s ' " " H ' . '.
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday
Tlie Iead-ing- JMLxlliiiery
No. CO Nuuanu fetrcet.
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received pcc"Claus Sprec-kels," "Discovery," and "Alameda," n ehoico'ns.
sortment of now goods consisting in part of
Fre-h Anples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum.Pud
tliliir, 1, 2 and ait, lin; Maple Syrup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Itoned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kitr. m.il Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table RaUins, Currants, Dales, Nut", Duret's Olivo Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, Shrimps, Soused Mackerel, Oxsters, As-ortcil Exiiacts, Choco
late, Pmnei-, Raking Powder, Tea, Flour, AVheat, Corn, Potatoes, 'nions, Saloon
Bnad, Crackers add Calus, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice Frem li.Peas; Blooms,
Castile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosinc Oil, Bran and Oats and u gancral assortment of
first-chits goods. ;
Leave your Orders, or Eing up 119. , 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
1 X 1 IToi-t testvoet,
Have ju-t leceived ex British bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of."
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
OrnsRo& Blackwell''- Hoods', consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pate a (liable. Bloater Paste, Potted Beef, Potted
Tongue, I'otied hum and Chicken, Potted Game, Dtvilled Horn, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collated Ox Tongues, Lurgo tin Bologna Sim-ages. Phijinpo &
Y'anand's Tiuilled 1 a'o Partridges, do Quail, do, Lurks, do Si.ipcu, doASood
cocks, do 1 1 ivei ; 1 1 lb tins Cairo way Seeds, Bottles-Mayonnaise Snuee, Musli
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tonuto Cons-eive, Bottles French Truillcs, French 'Olives Hpaiiisli Olives..
Parmason Uicise, Joidnn Almonds. Phillipe & Camind's Iru tiled P1'1?, (lc '"'9
Grus.Tins whole Roast Partiidge, do Gmuso, do Phensuls, Tin BiUssels Bprouts,
Tin Sago and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, lib tin Curred J. owl, 1 lb tin
r? ... i : 4 ii. t Innf llnviTiW irnt l 1 li .lnrrmii-1 Horn
Crosse MacKweirs Asparagus, i iu
1 lb tin Milieu Meat, Ah tin English
II n Prawn. Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
Spiced lkor,S-li) liotuo CTcncu ru'"r,2," "" Y"M,,""V ' ! ,Y, nf, ' V
Canut Capers, 4 oz do, H-lh Bottles India Cuiry Powder, -I oz do. I'liilMro &
Cunand's Petit Pals, Lib tin Crosse & Blackwell's Ox nil Soup, do Mock Tur
tle Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broih, Lib tin Mulllgniawny Soup, do
Grouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Hot Potch boup, do A'ecrtablo Soup, do
i..i,i r niH Rmin. do Green Peas Soup do Mutton Brnth.'do Snupiuid liouilll
do RcastFowl, do Oarrotb, do Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onlont, Js-lb tin Black
Leicestershire juusnrooius, i.iu nu rn-ru i ripe, no msn rm-w, nu niumuuu
liecf do Roiled Mutton, do Harricol Mutton, do btewed Kidneys, do Ciilfshead,
do Calfshead and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast A'eal, 4-11) tins Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Trlpc.
J T. Morton's Goods. ' nrtoons Muscatels, .f-Oai toons Miucalels, Qunrts Mont
' serial Lime Juice, J.Pint ASorcistershiru Sauce, Pints do do, y, lin Cocoa
and Milk, do Morre's Chocolate and Milk, Tina Nnlth'- Collee and Milk, do
Cocoa und Milk, Small Bottles Smith's. Lesenen Oollee, Tim. Patent Gio.its
Lib tins Symington Pea Flour, .lins Van Houston's Cocoa, 21b Vnll Hootch
Oatmeal, i4.ll) papers Epp's Homi opathlc Cocoa, 7-lb tins Epp's A'nnllla. Choc
olale, J4.ll packages; LO lb tins Coeontiun, UC do do, Oakley's Ifnile Polish,
1 II) tins Pearl Sago, do Giound Rico, do Flake Tapli-cn, do Cambridge Sim
Mines. Small Tins Oxford Satitagcs, Larco tint) do, Oc li man EugliMi Muslim!
In Bottles, do in Tins, Dried Thyme,
H tins Pigeon Pic, Cayenne Pepper,
Kdum Cheese, Botlloj Day & Mai
do, Jj'-tln Potted Ham and Tongue
Duret's French Salnd Oil, J.pin
much more too numeious to mention,
able figures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE
IMPORTERB AND DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eustern Slates and Eunpo
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
und Goods delivered to any part of the city free of clinrgo. Island oiders toll
oiled. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 140. Telephoue No. C2. lC81y
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8th & 9th.
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Store for Rent, and. Fix
tures i'oi Sale.'
THAT desirable Store now o'ecupied
by Hie LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all tho Fixtuie-, GlasVCascs,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Pienibei. , 410
P. O. Box 297-
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Arrowroot, 1 lib tnFilJes of Soles Lib
Lib tin Fresh Cod Roes, 1Mb tin English
Diied Hiunii, Suvorj, Dried Marjoram,
Yi pints Suj 0 ur Table Arinej.'iir, Lnning's
tin's Liuuld Shoo Hint King, 'I ins do l'aste
-uii I'oiini Tin Key i.nd loiiguc, I'lnm
Is do. CroitotV; lai l;ell's Nibiii oil, ami
all of which wo ( Her for sale at itiison.
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