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It Inn nlewd Ills Majesty toauthnt.
ke tlic following clinugr In tin- Pio
gtainmu of the .liibilte Tiiih lilts-
Saturday, November 20th,
Historical I'iocomIoh lit!) n. in.
Tuoaday, November 23rd,
Alumina In thu Palace (ho mils.
Wednesday, November 24th.
A"itl Spo, i at MuMM nt 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
Ball nt loliini l'uhiee.
Saturday, November 27th,
5 MllilaiyP.uaduat .Moklki at2:'.H)p.m
) IlNorlral Tableaux at the Opcta
House at 8 p. m.
Monday, Noyember 29tb,
State Dinner at Iolniil 1 alncc.
O.P. IAUI JY,
H. JI.'s Chamberlain
Iolaul Palace, Nov. lf.lSSC.
II imluiu, llnvtiillan Mauilr
;rav Exchange on tlic
J""-in ol Oiilit'oi-iiin., H. IT.
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
MraMs N. M. Itolht-uhild & Sun, London
The Coinmuicinl Honk n., nf Sidney,
Tim Comuii'icliil Hunk Co., or Sj iltiry,
Sydney, , , ,
The limiK of New Zealand : Auckland,
ChilsUihuich, and W elliiifHou, :
The Bank of British Culuuiliiii, Yic-
li.,' toria, 1J. v., ami roiiiuim, ur.
Tit isael a General Ita- V'lg .Bi.siuess.
mu gnus g-iUMiw.
PhJKod to neither Beet tor ?arty.
But established for tho benefit of all,
'SA'iJKDAY. NOV. 27. 188G.
The Superintendent of Streets
might make a good use of the Punch
bowl sandstone ami add to the com
fort of many pedestrians. A cor
respondent .says it is material unfit
for t'iu road bed. Hut if put along
the bides ot the roads and covered
with loam and band it would make
admirable sidewa''jH. The edge
of the raised bed would furnish a
water course now so much needed
in so many of our streets. Tuku a
walk on Mci chant stiect, or on lie
relania )-tieet fiom Punchbowl to
A'apai streets and see if the plan
would not woik well.
AT FORT STREET CHURCH.
The Rev. S. 15. Bishop pieacbed
the Thanksgiving seinion, taking
for his text, Psalm 110:17, "I will
oifer unto thee the baerifice of
thanksgiving." A summary of the
It has become an established
custom ol the American nation to
observe the last TJittiMlay of Nov
ember as a day ot Thanksgiving.
It used to be confined to those of
New England descent. It was
originated by the Pilgiim Kathcrs
in giatitude for deliverance fiom
want at Plymouth. They were evi
dently a genial and cheerful people,
were content with the nu'iina in
their wildei news. We are aseinbled
especially as Americans, by the Pre
sident's invitation, to thank God for
bis manifold metcics during tho past
year. We are till descendants of
those Tilgrim Fathers by inheMt
mice of the institutions which they
iounded. Some among us can even
trace blood descent from those who
'Irst stepped upon Plymouth Hook.
All of us deiive our ideas and prin
ciples of duty, of social and domestic
relations, of education, of law and
liberty, iroin those ideas first planted
in the American wilderness by those
resolute souls ftom the Mayflower.
Those ptineiples now dolniii.ite over
tsixty millions of people from the
Atlantic to the Pacific. They aie
the pievailing principles of society
in these island, diiectiug the lead
ing civilized nice 'ieie, and em
bodied in our constitution and laws.
It was solely due to the iccogiiilion
of the llawi'iiians as having adopted
these piiuciples" that they boenred
their independence. We do not
hold oui selves 'apait from the Ha
wniians or any other nice here. We
partake will! them in a common
prosperity or adersily. One gov
ernment, one constitution, one code
of lawb administcjs to us all alike.
Although have met as Ameri
cans, hc oifer our thanks and praise
to God as members of the Hawaiian
nation, In recounting God's mer
cies, we would remember,
1. Our great material and flnan
cir' prosperity during tho past year.
We have been peculiaily exempt
from geneial disaster, liven the
great (Ire was a sanitary benefit to
tho city, and the value of propel ty
is increased by it. While an old
mid noted city remote fiom eailh
fissures and Volcanoes has been
wrecked by earthquake, no tremor
has visited Honolulu, although built
on the ash heaps of the recent crater
that overshadows n. The cxporl
of sugar has been Hid largoal yet
made. Notwithstanding low prices
and failures, business has been gen
etally ptosperous, and few eounliies
are growing so rapidly in opulence.
Probably the average income has
been 8li.Ti to every man, vtoinan
and child. To Portuguese, Chinese
and Japanese, accustomed to hard
lull and scant pay, Hawaii seems n
Paradise. I remember the pleasure
we felt in 18.17, when Air. Ladd's
new plantation at Ivoloa began to
pay wages to laborers at $0.12 J a
day, in store pay with cotton cloth
at 25 cents a yard. 1 hen the com
mon people were all serfs to the
chiefs, without right to property.
In our alllucnce, it is pleasant to
know how generally the injunction
is remembered, "Freely ye have re
ceived, freely give."
2'. We thank 'God for the high
degree of mental and social culture
in these Islands. For the number of
whites, there are few countries
where there is so largely an average
of hisjhly educated or widely tra
velled persons. The Honolulu press
is feilile in journalism. Three
weeklies in the Hawaiian tongue are
well supported. The best foreign
periodicals abound in the country
districts. The school system is old
and prosperous, and schools for higher
education abound, while a stream of
our young people is constantly going
to colleges and seminaries abioad.
Tho Portuguese, though skilled
and active, aie quite illiterate 11a
waiiaus have books and papers in
every house, but their thought is
still pervaded by the old heathen
meen vbieli the A?Vi have revived,
and which are satuntted equally by
supcrstition and impurity, a com
bination which paialyzes mental pro
gress. Christian instruction had
mitigated tlic evil, but it was re
vived by Kamebameha V., who when
Minister of the Inteiior, catjscd to
be licensed 000 kahunas, who be
came active missionaries of super
stition. Under the law passed by
the late session of the Legislature
to license kahunas immense evil is
likely to be accomplished.
a. We have special reason to
thank God for the multitude of pure
and sweet homes in the land. In
my childhood, such homp fe was
an exotic, painfully maintained in
isolated missionary families. Othqrs
came, and they multiplied, till the
land blossomed witli a great variety of
such homes, Among Ilawaiians,
real family b'fp was unknown. In
no tank of society was chastity
known to be a virtue, Polygamy
prevailed in tlic higher ranks, and
polyandry was common and reput
able The bequest of 'polluted
morals is even to-day the chief factor
in the decay of the llav, aiian races.
It is cause of dpvout thanksgiving
that there arc to-day so.niany native
homes where chastity is the iaw, and
the children arc trained to purity.
We rejoice in the very large and in
creasing class of women of native
and mixed blood who arc white and
clean of soul, true ladies and held in
bono". A bre band pf devoted
women of seveial denominations are
engaged in training Hawaii's young
daughters in industry and purity.
Maj they be wise and vigilant to
protect their tender chaigc fiom the
breath of the miasma of social pollu
tion which rises so high in the land.
Let eveiy parent guard the home
against the ever ready incursions of
impurity. Paganism will skulk
abashed, if we have no smile for its
1. We shonld be thankful for a
code of righteous and wholesome
Jaws, which are cUiciently adminis
tered. The King has been happy
in his selection of the higher judi
ciary. The Sunday law has been
wisely modified to conform to the
actual practice of the best Christian
lands. Against public sentiment,
retail liquor licenses have been ex
tended to the rural districts, but we
still have the "high license" system
which Consul .Scott transplanted
fiom Honolulu to Ohio. Ten saloons
arc a less evil than fifty, though of
little efficiency against illicit traffic.
Meanwhile drunkenness increases
among the natives. A now enact
ment threatens a return of Hie dam
age caused by a former law to licenso
5. Standing in' this Christian
pulpit, I do not hesitate to call on
you to thank God for a pure, vigor
ous and enlightened Christianity.
It has been tho leliglon of this coun
try for more than 9ixty years, and
is of ever increasing power. The
Apostle to the Gentiles rejoiced in
"the riches of tho glory of the
mystery which had been hid from
rges and from generations, but now
was made known among the Gen
tiles, even Christ in you, the. hope
of glory." The Hawaiian people
lay Initialized and paialyzed in the
impure worship of their demon gods.
ChiisL appeared to them mid they
were lifted into His light. I remem
ber the eaily days when the nation
began to rejoice in His uplifting
power. I well remember the power
ful Regent Kaahumanu when her
imperious soul was softened by tho
iliwaul presenco of the Divine
Lamb. With her teachers 1 stood
by her deathbed in Manoa Valley in
1832. With such intimacy as a
child might have, I knew well tho
glorious heroine Kaahumanu, the
chiefess who defied the terrors of
Pejo. She was pure, affectionate,
gracious, a trim Jady in natmo and
genius. I must name another whom
I ahvnyB admired, tie epqicnt
statesman John li, wise, uptight,
steadfast, a true white mini in the
oul alas, many white men have
heathen hearts. Theso tmd a multi
nm minimi i"iijnm imuxiwiiHiXim iuhWww
tude of humbler Hawaihths bore tho
lute fruits of the Spirit) amid many
weaknesses. Of nothing inn 1 mure
assured than that it was this Chrlst
liku transformation of character
which so suddenly and strangely
lifted up the nation into its present
wealth of liberty, intelligence and
prosperity. I can hardly be called
old, bull well remombcr u populace
of naked, ignorant, squalid and often
haggard people, crouching abject
before .,ieir stalelv e..v.fs. I re
member as lato as 1811(1 n row of
gigantic idols still standing on Ka
mehnmcha's hciau at Kailua, the
grim survivors of that stern pagan's
devoutness. Oh, those evil gods of
the heathen, the carved embodiment
of all their brutalized imaginations
could devisu of demon cruelty, and
potent malice 1 How many aged
forms still totter among us, whoso
youth was passed under the abject
fear of sorocror and of King, who
lived under the direful shadow of
the old tabus, and witnessed thp
sacrifices of the bodies of men and
swine on the putrfd altars of the
hciaus. Are there any who have set
themselves to ding this people back
under that old twinbondage? If so
1 think that to none are the sad
words of the betrayed Lord more
likely to apply, "It wero better for
thoni that they bad never been
Finally, 1 think we may rejoice
that this land seems to be in an
especial manner under Divine guid
ance and pioleclion. Such countries
there have, been like old Judea, for
which God specially caret), as seed
grounds for light and liberty. Such
have been England and tho United
States. It would have been a bold
man who jn 1813 predicted the con
tinued independence of Hawaii.
Here we are undisturbed, unthrcat
encd, alone among Pacific groups.
It needs no grace of faith or gift of
prophecy to expect that God will
keep ns safp. "Vu arc overshadowed
by the imperial Amcrlpan pation,
and England's strong colonies, which
stand for Christian and civilized in
tegrity. Any movciicn(, backwards
is fatuous and impotent. The worst
result, and I deeply feel its shame,
may be to cast down tho good name
of the HawaMan people, and dis
honor their predecessors who so
npbly and generously joined hands
with their new fricnils. To debase
and paganize the Hawaiian will bo
to abase and disfranchise him. I do
not believe this evil will come to
pass. In airy event we may thank
fully trust God, that the Hawaiian
Stale will go. forward, the honored
child of Christian civilization, a
bright beacon light in the Pacific.
And now, recount thankfully
God's mercies in the past, trusting
Him cheerfully for the future, re
solved to fulfil all manful duty, let
us feast joyfully before the Loid
this day. i
KITTY AND MIKE.
I U.N'UUK MTI'Y'S WINDOW.
"All, then; who is that thcic talkiu'J"
'Sine it's only me, ye know.
I was Ijiinkin' we'd go wiukin' "
'W'oryc tnly ihinkiu' to?"
"Oeh, je needn't be so crnpl,
An' me tin tidied this nven mile"
"la it cruel, Micliuol, jewel,
Sine I'm dhressin' sill the while."
n iini'ouu miciiael's cottaoi:.
"Tliue, now, that's my CLttuge, Kitty."
"lb it, Mike "
"Yi; .in' isn't it pretty?"
1 llin.' lonesome like."
"LoiieMimeV" (Now' your minute!
"Diiilmt, if j on wor in it"
KImi D'Estcrre Krillnj.
A phrenologist says that "fullness
tinner tne eye denotes language."
When the fulness is caused by
another man's fist it denotes very
bad language generally.
Then gently hciui your brother man
Ami guiltier sister woman.
And If tlicy gang a keimiu wrang,
To step uhIiIc Is human.
11IK MODEIlX WAV.
Then keenly scan your brother man,
And keener sister woman.
And if tlioy janga-kemiln wrung
Comu down on them liken thousand
Of bilck, and show that you have
Xo sympathy for anything, save
Yourself, that is human.
A visitor to the home of Voltaire
at Ferucy was struck with the obliv
ion into which tho great Frenchman's
memory has fallcu in the neighbor
hood. Not a photograph nor a
memento is to bo foupd there and
the name of Voltaire appears almost
A NICK FUIIXISHE1) FKONT
room in a piivatu family on bchool
Stieet, between Niuiinu and Foit; third
home from comer of Nuiiniiu. 91 4t
HAVING hem (I much about the
tsupeiiorily of Mr. Henry iliicfitr
b'liu's running i.bililiiH, we, the tindci
Mgncd. do lieu by challenge him to a
limning contest, al any diniance, place
or in any weaihui, within tho next four
weiks far a Mini i f $250.00 or $500 00 a
t-lilu and. gate receipt1. We mean busl-
W. II. CO KM WELL.
AS I OA3IK IN THIRD IN '1TIE
iSO-yard laeo 1 ist Fi (day, without
training, and feeling that 1 can do much
better if iu proper training, I will run
any iiiun in the Kingdom 100, 2f3 or !)00
yards within ono year from dale, for
from $1,00 to $;i00,pr I will run around
the lehiiid of Ouhu for $5.00.
01 It JAMES BROWN.
Now have on hand n largo
Assortment of Music Goods!
Including Ladies' and Gentleman's sizes
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOOK OX IT'lJItlVII'rJK.E
In all lines. Latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Mattresses Made and Repaired.
Auotion Salo of Elegant
By order of MK. JAS; DODI), we will
tell n Publis Amtlon, on
TUESDAY, November 30th.
At 10 o'clock, a.m.,
At IiIk bite le'UlQiei'Xn. 07 & 10 Hold
Slice), the Entile lions hold Fin
al lire, coii'iihtiiig in purl of
I Ebony Parlor Set!
Upholat'-uil in iw Silk mill Plu-h;
Lbjny Centre Table. Mm Me Top,
lliiir Colli Arm Chilis
1 GRAND SQUARE PIANO
(II, Y'Ui Minden, New York, .Maker;
Clinmli Iters llniming Lamp,
2 Liifj-e Pier Jlirrns, Puiiiiinl Va-e-,
Panel Pieliui'i, Sieel Eiifuiiving
Macneale Urban Firoproof Safe
HuUnn T.ibk.s 13. W. Center Tables,
1 Mar ivf Black Walnut Marble Top
Spring MutliosseM, Hair Plllnus,
1 Maiblc 1 op Hair lied room Set,
Lirgc Centre Itugs, Sofa Hujjs
Black Walnut Mi Case
1 IJed Loiinye, Single IliilsteuiN,
Lanilrcqiiins and Otii Initio,
I B. W. Marble Top Side Board
Black Walnut KtiiMinn Table,
lied and Tabic Limn,
An assortment ( f
Crockery & Glassware
Jtefr'geralor, Co.ik Siovo and
KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC
WF" The p.einNes will lie opui r in
spection o.i SATUHDAY, November
27lli, from !) a. m. to If p. ni,
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
90 Ot Auciiniiccr
rpiJE PltOPEUlY OF UKK HoYAL
JL Illgtinev, Pili ora Lilinokalnni, a
Luce llanclKcrchii I, wllb iliu initials !i.
P. li. Tne finder will b mitably n-.
warded, on a ur.unt ofpcrron.il v.ilnc at
tached h OrtiKi. hotiirn to Cliamhi'i.
Iain's on ur. , 0J
A WOMAN to do k neial housewmk
A in a p ivale family, where she will
luie a good Lome
Enquire at Bun.ii.
A COTTAGE, containing four or
mine n'ONi", In good order, with
huge yard. Addiess COTTAGE, staling
location and leims P. O. Bex 4-r4.
Honolulu, .Nov. 22, 18SG. 80. f
A MONTHLY PIYIDENDOPQXB
Diilbu per t-linru will bo i livable
on i In: capital stock of tho People's lee
&, Hot Co., on Fill DAY", November Siitli
at the Company's olllco
Otilt W.E VOSrnt, Trias.
lll'j i ii btiny lmie on the prcm-
X bes (it tl.o Milwrilcr which tho
ovmici can have by pioviiif; pioparly and
MRS. A. LONG,
60 lw Paiioit Valley.
A NEW SLOOP, 2il,ui
long, 7 fwst O.iiu'hcx beam,
!l feet depth of hold, and !!.
tom burden, wilh Mills coin.
plete. Tho vessel is la perfect Older
and will be sold cheui , Apply to
88 1m E. R. RYAN.
JUST OPENED !
rpilE FIRST IONHGNMENT OF
X Riuille Coast Olalles for 1BS7.
Cap Dluriur, Olllcu Dlaiie,
Quarto Dial ice, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Pocket Dlaiies, wilh Valuiiblo
Call enily.iH they nut selling very fast,
HI Merchant Kl.
J HOlP Se OO.
7-1 Kfne Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
PINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY,
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bui's or Paities in siaull or largo
i'vikiiM'l'tmmirmti M mat a
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rcjolco,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 Erst Street, S. F, 80
For sale Everywhere.
H. IJACKFELD & Co.
JOHN H. SOPEK icquests that nil.
onleis for Hie ChiiNtiiiiiHN Pic
torial pnitci'N be scut in before tho
departnie of the next mall for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. 7il
1 HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 3m
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
xX oi bidden to tresspass or shoot
upon the land-- of 'Wnllupc or Niu, I
hmd of Ouhu, and any porlles found
tiCbspassiag or shooting on such lnuds
will be prosecuUd.
MRS. A. PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov, 24, I88G. 01 2w
KEEP YOOK HOUSES HEALTHY
and avoid cxceslvo sweating by
having them clipped with tho Putent
Lightning Horse Clipping Machine.
Hoists called lor and returned free of
(liaree. Ring up Telcphrne No. 82.
O r apply to M I LEd & II AYLEY,
00 lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
A NEWLY BUILT, COMKOHTA
blo House of ii rooms, with modem
iinpiovcmi'iits and good yard. Fiunl til
ed or Hiihiinished; a flnu location, and a
mchi iiisirauic place, a long term ten
nut desired. Apply lo
Heal Estatn Agent and Collector, No.
42 Meieliant Street. ny;tf.
ROOMS TO LET.
IUIINISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kowalo, by the day, weeK or month.
Applv on premises to
b8 lm W. I. KAHALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
I7UIINISIIED OH UNFURNISHED.
ACottrgo onLuniililo and 1'ilUoi
mrrcis, luiutsiied complete for House,
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
4S If Cor. Fort & Hotel 8ta
THOSE VKKY DESIIU.
bio premifCH No, 105Nuuunu
Avenue. Drtelllnir contulni
8 rooms; ally basement under all: kitch
en, punry, bathrcoin and servant's room
attached, cnrrl ,ge Iioiibo, btablc, fiiwl
houso; all conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful lcealion; neat grounds, fruit
trees. Ten nr uiiev woik irom Post
Olllce. Enquire uillolniii'; premises of
73 tf J. II. WOOD.
ONE 4-YEAH-OH) MAKE, broken
to harnss and saddle.
One Open Sldo Bar Bugny.
One Honolulu mude Brake.
One Single Strap Iluruess.
For particulars eiuiufro t
63 lOt PANTHEON STABLESi
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
Has just received ex Zejihuidia, a beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
PATENT LEATHER PUMPS !
A Fine stock of Ms' Neckwear in
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
No. CO Nuuanu fc trcct.
King Storeet, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received i er "Clans Spieckels," "Discovery," and '-Alameda," a choice as.
sortment of now goods consisting in part of
Frcli Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud-dine-,
1, 2 and It lb tins; Maple Byrup, Ktar Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned TuiUey and
Chicken, Lunch' Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lard, Codfish, Table RaUitis, Currants, Dates, Nius, Duret's Ollvo Oil,
Sugar Com, Peas, Shrimrj!', Soused Mackerel, Ousters, As'orted Extracts, Choco
late, Prune?, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon
Bread, Crackers add Cnkis, Sweet and Sour Pickles, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Castile Soap Toilet Soap, Kerosinc Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort testveot,
Have just received ex British bark " Iron Crag," a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwcll's and J.
CriH-cA lilackwcD'o Good-, consisting of Mixid Plcklcp, Piokled Onions, Jams.
Jellies, Anchovy Paste, Puto a (liable, Bloater Pnste, Poited Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted Ham and Chicken, Potted Game, Dtvilled Ham, tins Sheen
Tongues, ting collated Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna Snu-apis. Philippe
Ctinntid'ri Trained I a'e Partridge?, do Quail, do Larks, do Si ipes, do oc-d-cocks,
do 1 lovei ; 1 I lb tins Carrowny Setrie, Bottles Mayonnaise Sauce, Musii
room Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essenco Anchovies, Bengal Chutney
Tmniln f'nni'ivi' HntlK.a T.Vnnnl, T.Oloj FWncli 'Olives. SnBnisll OliVCS.
rurmason unccse, Jordan Almonds, l'liilllpo k uananirn iiumu ''I. .
tlraH.TiiiH whole Itoast Parti like, do Oi ouso, do I'liensnts, 1 li BiusselB bproulB,
Tin Sage and Oulons, Prcseived Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Jowl, lib tin
Uiosse & Bhickwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fl, 1 lb Jugged llnre.
1 lb tin Mince Moat, K-lb till English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Flllcln of boles 1.1b
tin Tr.,unj i ..,,! v.;.r,,,..,i. )i...... i ii, ,in tfrpaii end Itocs. 1.1b tin Lnciibii
, -v.: .,-.-.-.....
Ki Iniwl Timr oil, until,, ifir.,.. T)i,o i.n, tin Olinmol imoil . a oz JJOlllu
V... .Mi. ., -I I.VM. 1 IIIIIUU1II U UQLU Ol A'.k. ......'.. ;--.
n uv -v - A-wittu s. )V114l
pers, iozao,l4-lb Bottles India uuirw x-owuer, -j i uu. '"
j Petit Puis. 1.1b tin Crosso & Blackwell'8 Ox ail Nmp, ao jsiock xur-
do Julienne Boup. do Chicken Broth, Mb tin Mulllgntnwny boup, uo
SOUp, UO UlUlel SOUP. UO JlOt I'OICIl POlip, UU t uecwum "!,""
Lekio Soup, do Gieen 1'eas Soup do Mutton Broth.ilo bouji ami uo iiui
fin linnet lt'nwl fin PnrinlL .1. llno..l..D An Hiivnlnu i
Lelcefcteivhlro Mushrooms, Mb tin Frebh Tripe, do Irish Sluw, U() Ainmouo
Beef, do Bulled Mutton, do Ilarricot Mutton, do btewed Kidneys, do Calfsliead,
do Calfsheml and Ham, do Roast Mutton, do Roast Veal, 4-lb tins Boiled Beel
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe.
T. .Morton's Goods. ' artoons Muscatel?, Ji-Ourtooiib Muscatels, Quarts Mont
henat Lime Juice, H-1'lnt "WorccBteiBhiru Sauce, Pints do do, tins Cocoa
and Milk, do Moore's Chocolate and Milk, Tins Smith'? Coilce and Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Sumll Bottles Smith's Eesence Oolite, Tins Patent Gloats,
Mb HnB Symingt'-n Pea Flour, l.f.tlns Van Houston's Corou, 2.1b Voil tcntch
Oatmeal, H-lb papers Epp' Homeopathlo Cocoa, 7-lb tins Epn's Vanilla. Choc
olute, .f.lb paokuges; I.ll lb tins CoLoatlnn, 8 0 do do, Oakley's Knifo Polish,
1 lb tins Pearl Sago, do Giound Hleo, do Flajio Tapioca, do Cambridge Sau
sages, Small Tini Oxford Sausages, Large tins do, Coli-mnn English Mustard
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much morotoo numerous to mention,
, j una rigeon no, uayennu i-epper, j$ pinis superior 'lame v inepur, ifuuiiiu a
Edam Cheese, Boltlea Day & Maitln's Liquid Shoo Blocking, TinsdoPasto
do, M-tln Potted Ham and Tongue, J-tln Polled Turkey end Tongue,' Pints
Duret's French Salad Oil, i.nints do. Cioso fc Blackwcll's Salad-Oil, and
auio ngurcs. ifresn ice House Uoods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOUTER8 AND DEALERS IN
Grroceries, Provisions and Feed,
EABT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet fiom the Eabtciu Stales anl Eurcpo
Fresh California Produce bv every Btenme;. All orders faithfully attended to.
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rpHAT desirable Store now occupied
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street, and all the Fixture, Glass Cases,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Pi emis-cs. 410
P. O. Box 207.
T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
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all of which wo c 11 er for sale at noson-
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