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B? RY AUTHORITY.
It Inn nlciscd Ills Majesty to uullini.
izo the following i li.vngei in the l'ro.
(jriimiiiu nf the Jubilee l-'i -thill'
Saturday, Novpmlirr 20th,
lllstotlcil Pi occasion tit II u in.
Tuesday, November 23id,
Alumina in 1 tit: Pal ice tiioiniK
WeilncMhy, November Illth.
Atlihlie Spoil-, m MahiM h'i I i in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Hill III Illl.llli P.llllll".
Saturday, November 27th,
Milttiu y P.u.ulo at Miiklki at 'i :H0 p. m
liisll) It'll Tableaux III the
House at s p. iii.
State IVmiui u' loluiil Palace.
lolnnl Puluce, Xi. lb, 1S;0
B'SIIUI A Co., iiANKHKtf
II milll'ii UllW nihil1 lsl'lllll
iniw Kvclmui'i" om tin
Inutile ol OjilUoi-iiiai, .-. K.
Anil their agents u
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs N. M. Rothschild A- Son, London
Tin" t'l'iiiini'ti i:il l'.tinU ( o.. of Sjdney,
The Commercial Hank Co., or Sydney,
The flauk'of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrisle.huicb, and N ellhigton.
Tin: Bank of lhitwh Cohiiui.ii, Vic
toiia, 11. C, nail Poitlnnd. Oi
Transact n Gi-neriil Banking Business.
JfUAppi to neither Eoct nor Iirty.
Bat established fir tho hcaefit of all.
Fill DAY. NOV. 'JO. 1880.
A DISHONEST REVIEWER.
The comments of this morning's
Ailrarlher on the P.ri.i.rnx's article
on "Liberty," sue moie ingenious
than honest. It is not necessary to
enter into any explanation of the
views given in this paper on that
subjects. The Uuu.i tix's attitude
on matters affecting the wellateor
injury of the Hawaiian has been
consistent thioughout. The A.k'tf
tUer'u assertion that this paper in
stituted coiiipaiisons between the
Bulgarian and Hawaiian lo the dis
paiagcmcnt of tho latter, is a misre
presentation. Our companions to
tho disparagement of tho Hawaiian
have yet to be instituted. This
paper has invariably given due re
cognition to the intellectual as well
as physical superiority of the iaco,
and every expiession of the natuie
of dispaiageincnt, has been levelled
against the adventurers and pot
house politicians who, tor their own
aggiandienicnt, from inercemuy
motives and potty ambition, have
iutci posed eery obsraclo within
their power to the Hawaiian' com
plete development as free and in-
dependent citizens of their native
country To Hatter the Hawaiian's
vanity for the purpose of binding
him hand and foot as a most obe
dient and obsequious servant, is to
inflict upon him serious injury, and
this policy lias been noloiiously
prominent dining tho past few
years, and nowheie has it been
more vigorously defended than in
the columns of the Advertiser. "It
must be admitted," says our con
temporary, "that under proper
guidance and influences they (the
Hawaiians) are as a race capable of
high attainments." And who was
it, pray, that battled, with bpartau
lesolutiou, during the past year,
against every ineasuie put forwaid
for placing the people under "pro
per guidance and influences';'" If
licensed opium, for example, is one
of tlio agencies in the direction ol
('proper guidance and influences,"
our ctintimipoiary is entitled to a
full share of ciedit for such benefits
as are to be deiivcd by the people
irom the wretched enactment Known
as the Opium Law, promulgated,
only yeitciday, in its columns. It
is unnecessary to specify further
instances, Headeis will search in
vain thiough the columns of the
Buu.iniN to liiitl anything dispauig
ing to the native race; and equally
lutilo will bo tho cifoit to cito an
article from tho past two years' flies
Ot the Ailcerliner in which tho poll-
ljticnl, social or moral elevation of
tho Hawaiian has been advocated on
its merits. In the bold light of
these and many more instances that
might bo named, it is not too much
to say that the Advertiser's ciili-
i-isms on our "Liberty" article fall
pointless to the ground.
Almost alone among nations,
Great Rrilein has clibcauk-il iitiainn-
tine as a useless weapon with which
to light disease, although her eoni-
meicial liitcieomsc with lite whole
world rontlets Iter especially lialile.
Complete success has attended this
policy, and Bluish views on the
subject triumphed at the Sanitary
Confetencc in Koine last year, so
far as regards land quarantine,
while the niaiitime paitof the ques
tion was left open. In a recent ic
poit to the Government on the sub
ject, Dr. Huehaiiun lemaihs: "The
views of Kuglniiil concerning cholera
in Europe, obtained from her own ex
perience and stiengtheiii'd b what
she can learn of other countries,
are, thai lot r.uiopcan coiniiiuiiiiics
which have secured their Mill, water
and air against befoulmenl, there is
little or no danger of cholera, no
matter though the disease be actual
ly In ought into their midst." This
position on sanitary precaution is
now practically accepted by the ex
perts of the Continent, lie says.
THE DEATH OF STONEWALL JACKSON.
When .lackson had l cached the
point wheio his line now crossed the
turnpike, sCaicely a mile west of
Chancellorsvillc, and not half a mile
Iron) a line of Federal troops, he
had found his front line unlit for
failhcr and vigoious advance lie
desired, by luason of the incgular
character of the lighting, now light,
now left, and because of the dense
thickets, thiough which it was im
possible to preserve alingment.
Division, commanders found it more
and moi e dillicult as tho twilight
deepened to hold their broken bri
gades in hand, Hcgi citing the ne
cessity of relieving tins troops in
fiont, Gen. .lackson had oidercd
A. r. Hill's division, his third and
reserve line, to be placed in fiont.
While this change was being
elfccted, impatient and anxious the
General rode forwaid on the turn
pike, followed by tW'o or three of
his staff and a number of couriers
and signal-scigeants. He passed
the swampy depression and began
the ascent of the hill towards
Chancellorsvillc, when he came
upon a line of the Federal infantry
lying on their arms. 1'iieii at by
one or two muskets (two musket
balls lrom the enemy whistled over
my head as I came to the fiont),
ho turned and came back toward
his line, upon the i-idc of the load
to his left. As he lode near to the
Confederate Hoops just placed in
position, and ignorant that he was
in the front, tho loft company began
linng lo the front, and two of his
paily Jell fiom their saddles dead
Captain ISoswell ol the Engineers,
and .Sergeant Cimlilfc of the Signal
Corp?. Spin ring his hoise across
tho road lo his right, he was met by
a second olley liom the right com
pany of render's Noilh Caioliua
Brigade. Under Ibis volley, when
not two rods from the troops, the
General lcceivcd tlueo balls at the
same instant. One penetrated the
palm ol his light hand and was cut
out that night f i om the back of his
band. A second passed around the
wrist oi the loll arm and out
through the left hand. But a third
ball passed thiough the leit arm
half-way fiom shoulder to elbow.
The huge bono of tho upper arm
was splintered to the elbow-joint,
and the wound bled freely. His
lior.se turned quickly fiom the lire,
thiough the thick busU's, which
swept the cap from the General's
head, and scratched his foiehead,
leaving drops of blood to stain his
face. As lie lost his hold upon the
bridle-rein, ho reeled fiom the
saddle, and was caught by the
arms of Captain JWilbourne of the
Signal Corps, Laid upon the
giound, theie came tit once to his
succor Gen. A. P. Hill and mem
bers of his staff. The writer
reached his side a minute alter, to
And Gen. Hill holding the head and
shoulders of the wounded chief.
Cutting, opened the coat sleeve fiom
wrist to shoulder, 1 lound the
wound in tho upper arms, and with
my handkerchief I bound the arm
above the wound to stem the flow of
blood. Com tors were sent to Dr.
Hunter MeGuiie, the surgeon of
the corps and the Gc-ncial's trusted
fiiend, and for an ambulance.
Being outside of our lines, it was
uigent that ho should bo moved at
once. With dilliculty littcr-beaiers
weie brought from tho lino near by,
the General placed upon the litter,
and caietully raised to tho shoulder,
J myself bearing one corner. A
moment after, artillery fiom the
Federal side was opened upon us ;
broadsides thundeied over the
woods, hissing shells searched the
daik thickets through, and shrap
nels swept the load along which wo
moved. Two or Unco steps farther,
and the litter-bearer at my side was
stiuck and fell, but, as the litter
turned, Alajor Watkins Leigh of
Hill's staff happily caught it. But
the iright of the men was so great
that wo weie obliged to lay tho
litter and its bin den down upon the
road. As the litter-bearers nil) to
tho cover oi the trees, J throw my
belf by the General's sido, and held
him firmly to the ground as he at
tempted to lise. Over us swept
thu japid lire of shot and shell
grape-shot sti iking lire upon tho
ilinly rock of thu roads all around
us, and sweeping from their feet
horses and men ol tho artillery Just
moved to tho fiont. Soon tho firing
veered lo the other side of tho load,.
and' J sprang to my fciH, assisted
the Ci o'teral to rise, 'pasiWl my nrni
around '"In, and with tltfj wounded
man's .sHglit thrown heavily upon
me, wo fotRook tho load. Kntering
the woods, he sank to the ground
from cxhaus'lloii; but thu litter was
soon biought,. "nil again tallying a
few men, we nsnycd to carry him
fin ther, w lien n Hccond bearer fell
at inv side. This time, with none
to assist, the litter careened and the
General fell to thu giound, with a
groan of deep pain. Greatly
alarmed, I spiang to to his head,
and, lifting his head as a stay beam
of moonlight came through clouds
and leaves, he opened his eyes and
wearily said: "Never mind nie,
Captain, never mind me." liaising
him again to his feet, he was ac
costed by lirigadier-General J'cn
der: "Oil, General, 1 hope you
are not saiously wounded. L will
have to icliro my troops lo reform
tliein, they are so much broken by
this lire." Hut .lackson, rallying
his stiengtli, with linn voice said:
"You must hold your ground, Gen.
oral l'cndor; yoit must hold your
ground, sir!"' and so uttered his
last command on the Held. Cen
tury for October.
A woman once wrote to Mrs.
Langtry for the secret of her won
derful complexion, which is never
marred by tho disfigurements that
affect all faces at times. To her
vapor baths h Langtry attributes
oer complexion, and three times a
week she undergoes either the Tur
kish or IJussian mode. Although
she leconnnends an Knglish soap,
she habitually uses while Castile,
with warm water, for her face every
night upon her return from the
thealie and befoio letiring for the
iM)s. Langtry's ears aie not
pierced and callings aie never seen
in the pink lobes. She never wears
her wedding ring, but on the third
linger of the left hand a slender
band of yellow gold holds an im
mense Uuquoiso. She is a great
advocate of ironing, and expects her
maul to ovist with an iron in one
hand and a brush in tho other. That
patient creature sat in her mistress'
dressing-ioom at the theatie the
other night taking the stains out of
a lea-gown pale loso-pjuk which she
had biiishcd against some stage
mechanism. She was rubbing the
material softly with ft pioparation
of ben.inc on a bit of llanuel. The
opcialion was kept up until the silk
became dry and the spot had dis
appeared, She keeps a box, much
like a smalt medicine chest, filled
witli preparations for cleaning va
rious fabiics, and for plush, which
cannot be dampened, French chalk
Mrs. Langtiy keeps two distinct
waidrobes, one for homo and one
for Ihcatie. When she goes to the
theatie in the evening she takes a
shower bath, and then changes her
entire costume iron) the theatrical
waubobe. A manicure always meets
her at the hour, and the nails arc
polished to lose tints when she
leaves. N, y. Sun.
NOVEL APPLICATION IN A NEW YORK
Some years ago a law was enacted
empowering a couit that had pio
louncetl a decree -of absolute divorce
to leliove- the person foibidden by it
to marry again from the burden of
that prohibition on satisfactory proof
that ho or she had led a moral life
for l'o yeais after the entry of the
decree. The law was made in the
interest of a member of the Legis
lature who was subject to the ban
of a divorce order. Yeiy few per
sons have resorted lo it for relief,
most oi those subject to the order
not to marry again finding it simpler
to go to some other State, and thus
evade the clfcct of the command
than to give proof of moral life lor
the statutory period, lint Judge
Donohuo was called upon yesterday,
in Supremo Court Chambers, to
make the order allowed by the stat
ute. A woman whoso husband pro
cm cd an absolute divorce lrom her
in 187i, presented a petition humbly
admitting her guilt in 187.'), but
averred that s)io was then young
and inexperienced, and through the
continued brutality of her husband
and the continued persuasion ol her
tempter she committed the great
en or of her life. A widower, with
three small cbildicn and of good
moral character, desires to take her
as his wife, and ho is able to support
her and his children in a respectable
mannur. Ueing poor and having had
hard work tosuppoit herself and her
aged mother, she was desirous with
tlic approbation of tho Com t, to ac
cept the widower's pioposal, and
sliu thought it was tho more (it that
(ho Couit should treat her kindly as
her former husband long ago mar
lied another woman. Tho aged
mother of the petitioner gave her
daughter a certilicato of moral con
duct since 187f), and declared that
as the young woman (sho is now
only tliiity-throe years old) was
weak, the Couit would do well to
let the widower take and cherish
her. Judge Donohuo mnde tho or
der, and it is probable that the peti
tioner and her widower liavo already
become husband and wifo. N. Y.
GOOD MILCH COW. Apply
P. u. Uox -JO.
Auotion Sale of Elegant
By oxlor of MM .IAS. 1)01)1), we will
sell nt Public Am thin, on
TUESDAY, November 30th,
Al 1(1 o'clock, n, in ,
At his late leldet c No. li? & Ul lloti 1
Slieel, the Kntitc lions. Imtil Kiu-
iibuie, coiisiMliijr in purl of
I Ebony Parlor Set!
UpliolsieKil la It iw Silk anil Phi'li;
Lb ili.v Ooatiu Table, Mnrhle Top,
Hail Cioth Ann Units
1 GRAND SQUARE PIANO
(It. Van .Mliiihn, New Yolk, MuKcij
(Jluimklici.s lbuming L.tiiqis
i.' Iirgo Pier Mlrrois, Pendant Yiv-c,
Panel I'luline-i, Steel HiiKi'.uing ,
Maonealo &. Urban Firoproof Safo
Italian Tah'es, I!. W. Ccnlei T.ilih-x,
1 Massive Blaok Walnut Marblo Top
Spilm; Miitlii'Mi's, 1 1 1 1 r Pillow ,
I Minblo 'In,) Ibilr Bed mom !-'et,
L'irt;e Ccntie Itujj-), Snln Hugs,
BM Waluut Bill; Case
1 lleii ..image, Single IinlsleaiN,
Luinb.cipitiii! ami Ctiuaiu,
I 6. W. Marble Top Side Board
ISInck Will tUKUfiisitin Tnlilo,
lied anil 'I aim; Limn,
An assnilnient t f
Crockery & Glassware
ltefiigoriilur, I'o.ik Sttivu mill
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC
JSP" The premise will he open It r in
spection oi SATLltlMY, November
21th, fiom 1) a. m toll p. m,
E. 1 ADAAlS & Co.
OtMIt Auctioned s
rpilK PPOl'EKtY OF IILK ROYAL
X lllgimcss Pin ej:-M Liliuokuliiiii. n
Lace llandkcrehiet, with the. initials 1!
P. U. Tac flutter will li' suitnhly u
wanlcd, on uiuraint of puitonni valnV at.
tanheil by owiu. butuiii lo Cliainhei
Iain's on ce, 0:5
OX'MIi: WAIKIKl ItOAD.TIIURS.
thiy evenini.', a lonnil fan of hite
luiitheis, u'nli hue hi.ndkoiehit f at
tached. Ifeuind given on nt rn t
Clerk's Ofllce, Siinicmu C'oi.ri. t'3 It
I71ROM the toiner of Km in and Pen
s.tcol.i siiUU' TiiLtl,iy iit'.uranint,
n lier ami white setlci pup, torn
mouths old; iiii,uei-s to the name of
"Spunk".'1 Finilei will lie iiwiided by
leuiii!; her al iil, Genual Cib.u Si'iml,
at tlnMiillcu of ,1 L. Wl-oimin. n lit
.jr. hopp &; co.
74 Kins Sti-vct.
M inulafluicrs mill linpoitei.s of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinils of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
Foi li.tl'i! (r PaitiuJ in snmll t r 1 nge
8!) ipiantilie.-. ly.
AAVOMAX to tlog. neial housewmk
in a pihiiti! tainily, wheiuslie will
have a good 1 nine. Luquiie at Hui i.i:
UN Oil 85 lw
A COTTAGE, containing fuur or
moie i"oms, In goni' nnler, with
huge Mini. AiItlies-sCOTTAOL, Muting
loealinn null tenns 1'. O. Iii x -If 4.
Honolulu, Nov. 12, 18s!. 8!) f
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OK OXK
Dollar pel t-haiti will be pajahlu
on the capiuii moi k of Oie People's Ice
ltof Co., on Kltll)Y,XoeiiilierSOlh
at ilni Coinpiiiiy'.s olll e
li.IH r E l"'OSII-Jt,TriH'.
JUST OPENED !
rpHE FIUS'I' ( ONMCJNMENT OK
X i'aeilic I'oast Dinii h lor 18S7.
Cup Diaries, Ollleu Dituiu',
Qiiuito Dimlur, Ladies Pocket Dhuicp,
tieau Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Cull cm ly, ii4 they are h-IUiir very fast.
J. II .SOI'KH,
!'t MtiicliiuiL fit.
AIL I'lHtSONH AHH HEREItY
oi bidden to liehtiiakH or t-hont
upon the lands of YSruiliipi oi Kill, N.
land ol Ouhii, and any porties found
lieAspitbhiiig or hlioolit g on such Imiili
will he pioseeiitiil.
MiiS. A PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 'J4, l6fc(i. 01 !w
rpHIRK isnstiuy hoi to on the pi em
X' ibes if the sub-eillcr which the
ownei can have by piovlng prqiurty mill
paying expel -h.
MRS. A. LONG,
H) Iw Pauoa Valley.
A NEW SLOOP, 81 foci
long, 7 lect (1 inches beam,
!i t'ect ilejitli of hold, and !))
tons burden, will) wills com-
plete. The vessel is in puifeet onlcr
und will he Bold cliciip. Apply to
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rejoice,
llavinij lound tho Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Stieot.S.P, &!
For sale Everywhere.
JOHN 11. SOl'EU icqiio-ts that all.
tj Dillon foi the Ciiristni:i Pic
torial palters be .suit in befoie the
tlep.iiliiic ol the net mail for the Coast
to i.vuiil ilifappoininuiii. 7-1
HEREBY' give notiee that from
anil after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts eon
tiaeted without the wiittcn order of
inyhelf or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188(1. 28 3m
KKKP YOni I10RSKS IIKALTHY
and nyoid tNee mvo bwenlinj; by
hai)n; them clipped with thu Patent
Lightning lltuse Clipping IMacliinc.
llorsts willed i'or nnd letmnetl iree of
eharre. Ring i p Telepln nu Xo. ;V2.
Oi apply to -M 1 1 Ks & II AYLKY,
0!) 1 in Hawaiian lintel Stables.
NEWLY I1UILT, COMKOHTA
b'e Home oi i'dooii)"-, will) modern
lniprovements uiitl gm tl uitl. l-ninis-li-ed
or unininislied ; u line location, nnd a
mi st di Minblc place. A long torn ten
ant desired. Applv to
Peal Estate Agent anil Collector, Xo.
1-2 Meiehant Sin et. 821 f.
ItOOaiS TO LET,
TTCUHNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
A: Kew do, by the day, wceK or inoiill).
Applv on pieniiscs to
8 Im W. 1. KAIIALEMAUXA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
I7UHXI-SIIRD OR UKFURNLSHKI).
X ACottiig' on Liiii'ililo nnd I'iikoi
Rtu'its, furnished complete foi House,
keeping. Use of hors-e anil cniriagej
large gulden. Apply to
CIIAS. J PISHEL,
4S t f Cor. Koi t & Hotel Sts
JftyVvA THOSE VERY DESIHA-
fifwwOT! 1,,c luenibts Xo i!).". Ximniiu
rrrrii.rfi Avenue. Jjwclllng conlunu
8 looms: nil v basement under all: kitch
en, puntry, bntliiooin anil seivant's room
"ttaelicd, taiiiiigu Louse, stable, fowl
house; all conveniently UDangeil; quiet
healthful h cation; neat giounils, Iruit
tiecs. Ten inlnutcs' walk liom l'ot
Oillee. Eiiuuiie ailjobiiiig pieniiRes of
72 tf ,1.11 W O OP.
OXE 4-YEAR-Ol.l) MARK, broken
lo liuui"S-i and .sudd I e, ,
One Open .Side bar Rugjy.
One Honolulu made lliakc.
One Single Strip IIuinc?s.
For parttciihus i ifquire ft
82 Hit PAN'l IIKON STARLES.
Will ho open every nltcinoon anil even
big as follows;
.llomliiy, TiieHilay, M'eilneHilny unit
Tuhu public in gcneial.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For liulici-, gcutlcniLii imtl ihilditn.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday nnd Kalurilay Evenings.
WI1.1JAM WALL, Manager.
Tlio Inior- Island Steam
Navigation Co,, Limited,
Keep constantly on bund for sale
Steam Family and Blacktmith Coal
and u gtnorul ussoitment of
4i5 Bar Iron. Jy
MM- r- -f
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Hits just received ex Zcalnndin, it buuuliful Sloelc of
Fans, 10-Buffori IfscS I
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers,
A Fine stock of Gents' Heciwear is
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE H!S NEW STOCK!
Xo. COXmuuiufctieet. ly
King" Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has let eivnl pei "Clans Spieckels, ' "DUcovery," and "Aliuneila," a choice as
sortment ot new goods con-iting in paitof
Fie li Apple, Cape Cod Cinuberricj, Mince Meat in Tubs mill Tin, Plum Pud
dine, 1 '2 und Illb tins; Maple l:yiup, fctur Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned l'lnkey mid
Ciiickcu, Liuch 'longue. Ham, Uucou, Siliiion in Kits anil Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Laid, Cotlilsh, Talile Raisins, Currants, Dates, Xius, Duiet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, bin imn, Souetl Mackerel, Ossteis, Assorted Exttaets, Choco
late, Prune?, Baking Powder, Tin, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
lire nil, Cracker.-, add Ualu?, Sweel and Sour Pickle--. Choice Front li Peas, Blooms
Cuttile Soap Toilet Soup, Kerosine Oil, tbau anil Oats and a general assortment ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GRQGERS,
111 Xoi-t Street,
Have jiibt received lx Uiitish bnik " lion Ciug," a line asioilnient of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
C'tsseA; Bhick well'- Good-', consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Pale n diibic, BU liter Paste, I'oltetl Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted I nun ai.d Chicken, Potted (Jame, Dcvillctl Hi in, tins i Sheep
Tongues, tins eolliueil Ox Tongues, Large '.in Bologna Sau-ngis. Philippe tt
Canaiid's Tiullled l'a'e Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, do Si ipis, do ood.
cocks, do 1 loer; 1 1 11) tins Cuiioway Seul, Botllus MajounaiseSnupe, Mush
loom Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence AnchovicK, bengal Chutney
Tonuto Conseive, Bottles Flench Trutlles, French Olive-', Spanish Olives.
Pm mason Chcise, Jordan Almonds. Phillipu & Caimnd'i. Tiullled Pate do fols
(Jrus.Tins whole Roast Partiidge, doGiouse.tlo Pheusnlh.TIn Biusself. Sprouts,
Tin ttigo anil unions, I'roscivui iuiisiirnoms, i id nil i;uiticu j'owi.iiouu
fion-o&i Iilnckwell's Aspaiagu t lb tin Reel Muiiow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Haie,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, J4.ll) tin English Anowroot, I lib tin Fillets of Soles, Lib
tin PriiuiK. Real Y'nrmoutli Hloaters. 1.1b tin Fresh Cod Hoes. Lib tin English
S ieed IU.UI, S-lb Bottle French Plume, y,-h tin Clniinp gnoii, 2 o. Bottle
Caput Cupeis, i o. do, -lb Bottles India Ctniy Powder, 4 e do. I'hil'ire &
Cunnml's Petit Puis, 1.1b lln Crosse & lilackw-ell's 0 nil Soup, no Mock Tur.
tluSnup, do Julienne Souji, do Chicken luoth, 1-lb tin Mullignliiwny Souji, do
Oiouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Rot Poteli r-oup, do eatttiblu fcoup, tlo
Cockle I.okio Soup, do Orten Pens Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup und llouilll
do Roast Fowl, do Carrots, tlo Parsnips, do Turnips, do Onions, -ll) tin Black
Lelcetteiv-liire Mushrooms, Lib tin Ficth Tripe, do Iilsh Slew, do Alainoilo
Beef, do Bolkd Mutton, do llairicoi Mutton, do stewed Kidneys, do Calfslicud,
do Ciilfsheud and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, 4-lb tins bolkd Beef
do Boiled Mutton, .bus Sallul Tripe.
T, Morton's Goods, 1 urinous Muscatclp, i.f-Uaitoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont,
seiint Limn Juice, i.Pint Morcistoishire Siiuee, i'lnls do do, J tins Cocia
and Milk, do Mnrre'"s OhocohUo and Milk, Tins Smiths Collee and Milk, do
Cocoa und Milk, Small Bottles SniilhV Essence Oollee, Tins Patent Gio.its,
Lib tins Symlngl' n rca Flour, .i-tlns Van Houston s uocoa, .)i) viiii rroiuu
Outineul, '4-lb papos Epp's Homeopalhic Cocoa, 7.1b tins Epp's Vanilla. Choc,
nlule, . lb p-iukuges; l.li lb tins C'OLO.itliia, !) II do do, Oakley's Knile Polish,
1 lb tins Pearl bugo, do ()(H)iid Rice, do Fluku Tunlnea, do Cumbridgo Ban.
siil'cs. Small Tint Oxfotd fciui'.uges, Lnigo tins do, Coleman English Musinul
in liotiles, do in Tins, Dilcd Tlijine, Orkd biumi, Savor), iJiicii iMiiijorain,
y tins Pigeon Pie, Cajenne Pepper, pints Sii eiiorTablu Vinegar, Lunlng'a
ICdiuii Olieise, Bottler Day &. Maitln's Liquid Shoe Blaeking, Tins do I'listo
do. U-iiu Polled Hum and Tonuue. K-lin l'ottcd Tuikcv i.nil Tongue, Pints
Dnret's French Salud Oil, Jpluls do. Cioiso it blackwell's Salad Oil, nnd
iniieli more too nuineious to locution, all of w hieh we ( ll'er for sale at luison.
ahlu llguics. Fresh Ico House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet fiom tlio Fubtern Stales and Eurcpo
Fresh Culitornia Produce by eejy Hteainer, All orders faithfully atlendcd lo.
and Goods delivered to any part of the oily free of clnuge. Island ouleis toll,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 14G. Telepliono No. 02. 1C8 ly
Store i'or Ilent, and Fix
tures, i'or Sale.
rT",IIAT desirable Stoic now occupied
JL by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Foit
street, and all the Fixture, Glib" Caes,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on tlic Piemises. 410
P. O. Box 207.