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BISHOP OoM BANKEilS
Honoluhi, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Kxchango on the
Bnmlc ol Ciilllbruin, te. XT.
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothsrchlld & Son,; London
The Commercial linuk Co., of '.Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., ut Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchuich, anil ellington,
Tho Unuk of itritlsh CulumTihi, Vic
toiln, 1). C, mid I'nnlaml, Or.
Transact n Ucnciiil llnuUttu: Ibulncss.
ricdgcd to neither beit norlFurty,
Bat est.ibllshfd.for the benefit cf nil.
TUESDAY. NOV. HO. 188(5.
AN ARBITRAY ORDER.
Ami now come the Minister of
the Interior to the fore with an
ollleial notice to the effect that the
"sweepings ami other refuse"
which accumulates tla.v bv day at
all residences and places of business
in the city "must be disposed of by
parties occupying life premises. "
Further: "alter ten days fiom date
all rubbish luniiiiiiing will be re
moved at the expense of the person
occupying the adjoining pieuiises,
and the parties themselves piosc
cuted for obstructing the public
The plain English of this ukase is
that the Government has abandoned
the idea of trying to keep the city
That the contract made awhile
ago with certain patties to clean the
streets has not turned out so satis
factory as was expected, and that
householders arc called upon 'to do
part of the work the contractors
agreed to do.
It means that the Minister of the
Interior is going to try to" make
private individuals do the woik
which should be and in every civi
lized fcountry is done b3' ollicials
or responsible contractors.
Under the terms of the order, the
substance of which is quotgd above,
there is no way for a householder to
have his neighborhood decently
clean, except at his own expense,
and no remedy for him if an un
scrupulous neighbor chooses to
dump "s.weepings and other refuse"
in iront of his premises.
That "piles of tree trimmings,
empty bottles, cans clc, have been al
lowed to accumulate in the streets,"
is, primarily, the fault of the con
tractors who have undertaken to
keep the streets clean, and second
arily, of the Minister of the Interior
who has permitted these contrac
tors to neglect their work.
In view of the unpardonably
wretched state of the streets one would
think that the Road Supervisor
would be only too glad to have their
boggy, rutty surfaces hid fiom view
by "tree trimmings, bottles, cans,"
or anything else that would conceal
them. But whether this is so or
not, it is not the duly of private in
dividuals to keep them clean.
VACATION DAYS IN THE TROPICS.
HYIIKV. 1. II. (J, l'KCK.
-U'l'ltOAOUINU HONOLULU: AX KAKLY
.MOIINlNIi LAXDINO: KAT1VK l'llUITS :
iit!,s or tiu: natives : i'i:w'EruAi,
S-51'IIIXU AN!) COOI) SOCIETY.
AVhen we had doubled Diamond
Head this morning we were all on
the tip-toe of expectation. We
knew that Honolulu could not be
very far off, and that at any mo
ment it might bin st upon us AVe
could see the wivi'3 dashing over
the coral iceJs in long lilies of sil
very loam, and the gieat mountains
beyond rising peak upon peak, till
they seemed to (leave the very
heavens. Then deep valleys un
Jolded themselves, gioaning' under
the luxuriance of tiopical vegeta
tion. Even at that distance I could
discern the long lows of cocoa palinfi
lining the Micne, spacious gioveu of
bananas, acacia and paudanus trees,
an imiuensc mass.ol tangled shrub
bery ami vines covering the moun
tain slopes, running down into the
valleyw, overspreading the plains,
and i caching nut even to the very
edge of tho deep blue sea. It was
a vision of loveliness. Soon the
"Punch-Howl" came in sight, the
stiange old exliiut ciater that over
bangs the town; then still other
mountains and then the plain on
which the town stands, embowered
in gioves and gardens and blooming
in all the loveliness of a perpetual
summer. With the exception of
Heyrout on the const of Syria,
Honolulu is iiioiu beautiful for situa
tion than any city or town or vil
lage) which it lias over been my for
tune to bee.
In a moment ihumi uu had bound
ed through tlicnanow opening which
divides the coral- reef, and found
ourselves in the still, clear water of
the bay. From the inteiisosl blue,
more blue" oven than the Mi!fllte
rnnenn in the Hay of Naples, the
wntdr became changed into a brilli
ant sapphire, and leaning over tho
steamers side 1 could see tho fish
shimming about of every shade and
variety of color. There were the
gold llshos of our glass globes at
home, fishes of silvery sheen, strip
ed, red, giecn and speckled, flash
ing their blight sides like the gleam
of a falchion. The dusky brown
maidens with garlands of flowers
about their necks did not swim out
to meet us as in the olden time ; in
stead we saw the pier crowded with
a very common-place looking set of
people, of every shadoof complexion
from the pale-faced Anglo-Saxon to
the mahogany hue of the native Ha
waiian. Aroused by the steamer's
gun, these people- had left their
homes even at that eai lt hour, and
had come rushing through the streets
to be the fust to catch the news or
greet tho face of the incoming
stranger. Jt was quite interesting
to watch the motions of the motley
group, to see the patient donkeys
standing under their huge saddles,
to count, tho long line of vehicles
with the most diminutive horses to
draw them, and then to hear the
frantic cries of their drivers solicit
ing the patronage of the passengers
asMine by one they crossed the gang
plank to the shote. It was much
like a landing in New Yoilc.
Honolulu is not so very different
fiom any other town. The primi
tive age lias passed away here, how
ever it may be witli the rest of the
islands, and the evidences of civil
ization and lelinement are every
where apparent. Instead of huts of
grass and narrow trails for streets,
such as in the simplicity of your
ignorance you may have imagined,
here N a well-built town, with
houses of massivo stone or wood, and
streets well laid out and in a meas
ure macadamized loo, The com
pleteness of many of the shops
would surprise you as well as the
size of the banking houses, the
steamer offices, the warehouses for
sugar, and various other buildings
that I might mention. I have actu
ally seen, too, men wearing silk
hats, and ladies with dresses of
glossiest 6atin embroidered with
beads and bangles. But yet with
all these there is a strange mixing
up of the old and the new. It is the
new civilization gradually supersed
ing the older life, with the lemnants
of the older ever and anon cropping
out. Crowding the streets and hang
ing about the corners wc see the
swarthy faces of the native race
with their large lustrous eyes, their
broad cheeks, their half-flattened
noses, and their forms lending to
obesity. Donkeys pass us ladened
.with huge baskets of bread-fruit or
bunches of the famous turn to be
mado into poi. Native women come
galloping along, riding astride like
men, with their garments tucked up
beneath them or spreading in ample
folds over their saddles. "Vv sec
the latest sign of American civiliza
tion, the soda-water fountain, but
Hawaiian boys turn the faucet and
till the foaming glasses. Dark
skinned maidens with liquid eyes
stand behind the counters and deal
out tumblers ot ginger ale or"rl'ukili
lemonade." Great bunches of
golden bananas, too, greet ns at
every turn, luscious mangos which
drip with sweetness on your lips,
long pendants of purple grapes
which rival the Tyrian dye in their
hue, the delicately flavored grena
dillas, the rose-scented ohias, the
papia, the ouelia, the water lemon
and a score of other fruits too
numerous to mention, about which
one may have read, of which, in our
happier hours, we may perhaps have
dreamed, but which it has never be
fore been our happy privilege to see
or moisten our lipu with their deli
Very amusing is the dress of the
native women. Their robes are not
gathered up at the waist as witli us,
but hang straight down, night-gown
fashion, from the shoulders to the
heel. Every old woman becomes
thus a veritable Mother Hubbard.
One has just passed us in a gown of
the highest pink; another at this
moment approaches in a saffron
yellow. There are blue gowns and
black gowns, green gowns and red
gowns. Their delight is in high
colors, like the negroes of our
Southern States, though I am told
that among the better class the more
sombre shades arc coming into
vogue. As for their heads, some
have no covering at all save their
blade, glossy hair, while others wear
the braided palm-leaf hat encircled
about the crown with the gaudiest
flowem or the large yellow seeds of
tho J'tinditmiK, Very often these
wieaths are supplemented with long
gailauds strung about their necks
and hanging in graceful festoons
over their, bosoms. It is a pretty
custom this, and nature with her
bountiful supply of buds and blos
soms admits of its freest use.
AVhen, too, their facials leave them
for a distant trip they come down to
see them off with their arms full of
these flowery tokens of icgaid, which
they hang about their necks and
wind about their hats. I saw a man
to-day crossing the gang-plank of a
steamer who was a veritable walking
But no pen of mine, 1 am sure,
can describe the charming houses of
many of the icsidents, with their
I bioad sheltering roofs, their spaci
ous verandahs, their latticed doors
and windows, and the ample grounds
in front and around filled with
palms, bamboo, mimosa and kokia
trees and adorned 'with (lowers of
every variety of color, I declare to
you that it wns like walking the
streets oi tho I'aradtso above to
stroll through avenues lined with
homes of such heavenly sweetness
and bowers of such unfading foliage
and frngianeo. For just as we read
"There everlasting string abide
And nover-f tiling flower,'"
so thero is naught but a perpetual
spring here; no frost or snow, no
slinging blasts, no foliage faded and
blighted and slnlyelled by the chill
ing air, and then fluttering in decay,
to the ground, but one continued
outburst of freshness and beauty
the golden sunlight always stream
ing through bowers of perennial ver
dure. And when it rains, strange to
say, it almost invatiahly rains in the
night, so that you wake up in this
morning with the air afresh and
aglow, and redolent, with the per
fume of newly washed flowers.
Only the birds of song are absent,
and a strange void it makes in a land
otherwise so enchanting. But it is,
fn part at least, compensated by the
fact that amid all this tropical vege
tation so leafy and dense, no serpent
lurks in hidden ambush to spring
upon you, and no toad or noxious
reptile of any kind poisons the air
with its breath. The only serpent
in the. Hawaiian Isles is the old ser
pent that even the blessedness of
Eden could not keep out.
Society is excellent here. Thero
i a largu American and English
circle of a refined culture and hospi
tality which is unbounded. The
latch-string of every man's door
hangs on the outside. Couio well
recommended, and hosts of friuuds
at once spring up and extend their
welcome Ahnt to you. Tho town
and neighborhood, and indeed the
whole islands, are permeated with a
strong New England element,
thanks to those, noble missionaries
who first settled hero, but it is far
from assuming the form of a rigid,
distasteful and repulsive Puritanism.
It is a leligious influence, so far as I
have seen. liberal in sentiment,
generous in culture and wisely ac
commodating itself to the views and
opinions of others. New York-Observer.
A BULGARIAN CRISIS.
There arc two conditions in the
Bulgarian situation, cither of which
indicates an approaching crisis. The
withdrawal of General Kaulbars for
the reason given implies cither an
abandonment on the part of Russia
of her supposed purpose to make
herself dictator of Bulgaria, or a
preparatory movement for the final
subjection of that piovince. The
other condition is the nomination of
Prince Mingrella to the place Russia
would not permit the brother-in-law
of the Czar to accept. There may
have been an error in the report that
the powers had accepted Prince
Mingrella, as it does not appear that
his nomination has been considered
by the Bulgarian Sobranjc. The
treaty of Berlin pi ovules that the
Cabinet shall elect a Prince, and
that the powers may ratify such
action or refuse to do so after the
Prince is elected. The Cabinet per
haps saw that it was making itself
ridiculous by electing Princes to have
them rejected by the powers, and so
consulted the. powers previous to
election. In other words, Russia
was asked what Prince would be
acceptable to her, and the reply
indicated Prince Mingrella. It re
mains to be seen if Russia will abide
the rejection of her nomination ; and
also if she will insist upon no other
leparation for the beating of a
Russian subject than the withdrawal
of the Russian agent. "Call, Nov.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Wuiiiiiuy Company, held thh
uuji luuiujiuwiufj guauemen were only
elected toM:ivetnofliceis for tho ensu.
J!' V WIDKMANN President
G' ?.OX,Ii'JLOX Vice-President
A. J ALU LH Treasurer
0. O. BERGKH..Sccie!arv and Auditor
C. 0. BERGER, Scc'y.
Honolulu, Nov. 2!), 1880. OH lw
TN THE MUSIC ITALI,, SATURDAY
JL evening last, a Cane, The. owner
can have the samo by proving properly
and paying for this ndvettisetnent. En
quire nt tho ISiiLLKiuj Orvici:. 0(1
TWO HORSES-One sorrel horse,
hind luet wlutu and white face,
branded UP conjoined on nick under
mane, and ludetcill-nhle brand oh thigh.
One red horse, branded "WLD on both
sides. Owner can liavosumo by iaing
expenses and applying to
u Ut LUNALILO HOME.
rpilE COTTAGE now occupied by
X Mr. E. W. Tucker, containing six
rooms, bath room, pantry, veranda toom,
elc. There arc alto stables, canlago
houso, seivant's room, all in good order.
Apply to 13. It. HENDRY, at Pacific
Hardware Co.'s Store, Port SI, OCtf
STOCK FOR SALE.
HPEN LAHGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
1- Mule?, biokeu to saddle; bred nt
KuultuRiiioh, Price $100 each. Also
tvoinl two-year.old Horso ColU, Hired
by ' Tiluinph," um cf " Cnsslus M. Clay,
Ji." Apply to 0. II. JUDD.
u'f 1 m or Alex. J. Oartwrlglit.
J A WOMAN to do general housework
. in a piivato family, where bIio will
nuvo n goon nonio. ivnquiie at huims.
tin Ofllce. 8."! 2w
-:tO OoliUMLiiw Or-
lO Cents per Copy.
S2.00 per Annum.
To be had nt J. H. SOPER'fc,
tho BULLETIN OFFICE and
from tlio Nowb Carriors.
TO LET OH LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
touting four lure rumm and tour
tin ill room; hKo, Mull, curiae;.. lioue,
with nc.it ly oneacio of pittite-itutl gu
den. artisiau unlet, etc. fetnis urv
iiii'dtratu Apply to Gi:o. II. Honum
tox, l'lUiahoii, fi.r luiy, etc. 05 Im
A NEWLY 1IUILT, COMr-OLTA-b
Iloute ol d renins, with modern
iinpruvcitu-iin.sii.il gotut van!. FiiinUh.
ed oruiittirnislied; a line Iroaltuu, Mint n
nu st Ut strablu placi . A long let m ten
ant desired. Applv to
, . '.10I1N MAOOON,
Heal EtiHr Agent utul Collector, No.
fiML-rcli.tnl-SlKei. jyt f .
COTTAGE TO LE1
AT .No S EMMA STHELT. Eu
ljl iiuiri: on tiu pumis-iF,
Sil if CAPf. U, WHITNEY.
UOOaiS TO LET.
pURNISHBl) KtiOMS TO LET AT
-L Ki'vli, by tlio dnv, wieK or inuiilli.
A'iply ou ptenuscj to
bS Im W. 1. 1CAIIALEMAUXA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OH UNFURNISHED.
ACotingj on Luualilo and PiiUoi
Streitt, furnished complete for Hoiwe.
keeping. U-o of bor.-.e and carriage;
largu garden. Applv to
OHAfcj. J KISHEb,
If Cor. Port & Hotel Sts
ONE 4-YEAH-ili MARE, broken
to barn-'s? and saddle.
One Open Side liar IJugiry.
One Honolulu made ISiakc.
One Single Sir p lli.rness.
For pnilicul.trn ( i.tpmv 1 1
fc2 l.'it 1'ANlllr.ON S fABLES.
A NEW SLOOP, 2 'feet
Mil" 7 f'il. li iin In.- lion,,.
3 fjel depih of bold, and l
Ions burden, with .-uils rnni.
plele. 'Ihe vca-el in in pel feel oulei
and will be sold ebeu . Api ly to
83 lm E. It. HYAN.
The Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on h.iu 1 for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith. Coal
and n general assortment of
4i5 , Bar Iron. iy
JOHN II. SOPER reqwMs ibat all.
oiders for the CIu-istiuusN Sec
torial MIoi-.h be sent in bef.ne the
departure tftlie next mail for the Co.ui
to avoid disappointment. li
I 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
ALL PERSONS AHE HEREBY
forbidden to trestpnss or t-hoft
upon the lauda of "Wnilupo or Niu, I .
land of Oahu, nnd any ponies found
tresspassing or shooting on such limla
will bo prosecuUd.
MRS. A. PERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 24, 188G. 91 2w
JUST OPENED !
rrtHE FIHST CONSIGNMENT OP
X. Pauillc Coast Diaries for 1887.
dp Dinrlc, OmcoDlniic,
Quarto Diniiep, Ladies Pocket Diaiies,
Gents Pocket Diaries, with Valuable
Call early, us they are si-lUni; very fust.
J. II. KOPEK.
"I Merchant SI.
rpilE PROPERTY OF HER ROYAL
JL Hlgimess Prineebs Liliiioknlanl, a
Laco Handkerchief, with the initials it.
P. B. Tho Under will bu suitably ie.
warded, ou atcount of peit-onal value nt
tached by owner. Return to Olmmbcr
Iain's otl.ee. OU
Hftw'nOiirriaKoMnnf'gCo,, i)0 'wo
E. O. Hull & Hon, (new ibsue) 100 100
Hell Telephone, jy jo
0. Rrowiiiv Co., "im 100
Woodlnwn I uhy, U(j oo
Wailu Mi Sugar Co., U7 100
AVaimaunlo, 155 qo
Star Mill, 4-J0 coo
Reeiprocity Sugar Co., KO IOC
leu Company, 87 100
Iuter-Ieland S. N, Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei
UB Merchttut Btrcol. 151 ly
lac Xuriiowjt, at
NoIIb's Beaw Saloon.
FOEEM BIRDS, SHELLS
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
tM 3 iv
Inter-IslaM S. I. Co.,
Tlie J3ewt 3Ronl;e
to ilio World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'1 he now and ttanncli
Steamer W. C. Mall
Leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock si. on
TUESDAY, Novunber 17lb.
The steamer as-e-i iilotii; the entire
coast of Hie h-i-wnr.l side of llnwdl, ut.
fouling tmnisU n paiiorniiu of i-liarm.
ing seeneiy, and will slop al Kculuke
knti Hay, whore suflleiuit time is allow,
cd to visit tbu Monument ol Captain
Totn-Hs by this route reach Punulmi
at fl o'clock on ihe day after leiutng
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, .milking the entire parage in
smooth water. At Punuluii theio is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will lie conveyed
by railroad to Palinla. thence by ttige
coach to Half-way House, wheie horses
and guides will bu in al tendance to cou
voy them 10 the Volmno.
Tomiits will havo two night-rand one
whole day at UtejVolcni o House.
Tickets for the round' trip, $50, which
includes all expeme3.
Apply to: HAHRY ARM1TAGE,
Agent, a JWilltums' Plintogrnpli Gallery,
Port sin o , or al (he office of Ihe I. I S.
N. Co., Eiplnnade. ;no Cm
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collecior & Real Estate Agent.
ItlllH mill ItrulN Collcf-tpri,
Iteul IlHlnti- UuuKlit anil Noli!,
HoiiHt-H It cut I'll.
All matters entrusted lo mo will receive
pionipt nitentioii, and returns
Oa,l i ii etmaker
No. 03 Hotel btreet
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and talking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot ihe Intent designs.
Hiving (coined Iho Service of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
House or Sijrjfjn,
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
II. irAOKFELD & Co.
Slisim Hoilets, Furnaces und Itanges
Bet. Jliick ami Stouowork done on
Alnpal 8t,, Second door from lleretania.
P. O. Ilox 457.
OrdeiB from tho other Islands punc
tually attended lo. 721V
Noav Photograph Hooiuh.
OYER Nicliol's More, Port etreet,
next the Shooting Gnllciy, Pic.
tures, Portraits nnd Views. Fiist-clttss
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GOtfBALVEB.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Has just received ex Zcnlundin, a beautiful Stock'oC
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
PATENT LEATHER PUMPS !
A Fine steel of Gents' Neckwear in
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO AND SEE HBS NEW STOCK!
1C8 No. CO "Nuuanu fctreet. ly
King Street, between
Has reiclvul i cr "Clans Spteckels, '"Piccovery," und 'Alnuicdn," u choice
borlnu-nt of new goods coutbting in part of
Pre li Ai'plci-, Capo Cod Cuinberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tin, Plum Pud.
ditiL', 1. 2 and 31b tin; Mi.ple byiup, Star Drips, Eureka Drips, Honed Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch 'tongue. Han, Unuou, Sdniou in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Oil.
Cheese, Laid, Codfish, Table Rai.-Ins, Curiaiitu, Dates, Ntlis, Duiet's Olivo Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, Shrimut, Sou-ed IJnckeiel, Otdleis, As-orted Exuacts, Cboco
ate, Pn.ne.-, Unking Powder, Tut, Flour. Wheat, Corn, Potalqcs, (btions, Saloon
Brind, Orackcis add Cakis, Sweel anil Sour Pickle-, Choice French I'eas, Brooms,
Cie-tile Soap To.let Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran and Outs and n gsneral ass,orlinent or
leave your Orders,
LEWIS & CO, GROCERS,
111 Xoit Street,
Have just received ex Biltibh bark " Iron Crag," a lino assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crrsso &, Ulaekwell's Ooi d-", consisting ot Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jellies, Anchovy Pusie, Pnte a diiblc, Bh titer Patle, Poind Reef, Potted
Tongue, I otied liain and Chicken, Potted Came, Divided Ili.in, lins Sheep
Tongues, tins collaied Ox Touguta, Large tin Bologna Sau-ugis. Philinpe &:
Cnnand's Truflled Pa'u Pmtridges, do Quail, do Larks, do Si ipis, do ood.
cocks, do I lovei ; 3 1 lb tins Oinowuy HeeiU, Bottles .MiijonuuihoSaupc, Mush
room Catsup, John Bull Saure. India Soy, Essence Anelio'viyf, Hciiyal Chutney
Tonnto tout-eive, Bottles French Ttullles, French tilives, Spunish Olives.
Purniasim t-liecse. Jordan Almonds. Philiipo & Canand'n Trnilled Pate de fals
triis.Tins wliole Roast Pnittidge, doGiouse.do Plieasnls, Tin BiihscIs Sprouts,
Tm Stge and Unions, Preseivcd Mushrooms, 1 II) tin Curried Fowl, 1 lb tin
Cios-fco fc lllnckwell's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Bcei Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Meat, JUb tin Lnglitb Airowroot, 1 lib tiu Fillets ot Soles, 10b
tin Prawn, Heal Yarmouth Bloaters, Lib tin Fresh Cod Roes, 10b tin Englifh
Spiced Bief, 20b Bottlii Fiendi Plume, JOb tin Champignon', 2 oz Bottlo
Co put Capers, 4 oz do, J-lb Bottles India Cimy Ponder, 4 cz do. I'liilllro &
CanaiuVs'Petlt Pais, 10b lin Crosse & Blackwell's On nil Soup, do Mock Tur.
lie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, 10b tin Mulligutawny Soup, do
Grouse Soup, du Glblet Soup, do Hot Potch t;oup, do "Vccctablo Soup, do
Cockle I. ekie Soup, do Green mis Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Bouilll
do Boast Fowl, do Caitolh, do I'arsn'ps, do Turnips, do Onlonc,0b tin Ulnck
Leicefcteivhire Miithrooins, 10b tin Ficih '1 ripe, do Irish Stew, do Alamode
Beef, do Boiled Mullen, do llarricot Mutton, do btewed Kidneys, do Culfsbead,
do Calfsliead and llain, lo Itnint Mutton, do Roast Veal, 401) tins Boiled Reef
do Roiled Mutton, Jais Salted Tripe.
J. T, Morton's Goods, iwioims MiiHateits 14-Unitooiib Muscatels, Qunrts Mont,
hcnut Llnif Juice, i.Piiit WorcisteisJiiru Sauce, Pints do do, J lins Coeca
and Milk, d 1 Mm re's Ohoeolnie und Milk, Tins Smiths Codec nnd Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Siimll Bottles Smith's L's-senoo Oolleu, Tins Patent Groats,
i.iu tins rsyiningt'ii i'ca a lour, ,'.f.
Oiitineal, if. lb papers Kpp's Ilomcopnthlc Coeon, 70b tins Epp's Vanilla. Clinc.
olnle, .f,lb piiekages; 1.(1 lb tins Coumtlna, !)0 do do, Oakley's Knile Polish,
1 lb tins Pei.rl bago, do Giound lilce, do Flako Tapioca, do Cambridge Sail.
sages, amaii 1111s uxioru eiuisiiges, li'irgu tins Ho, Colinuin JSngtlsii wusiaru
in Bottles, do in Tins, Dried'i'lijine, Diitd Suum, Savor , Dried Marjoram,
H tills Pigeou Pie, Cayenne Pepper, yt pints Sureiior Tnb'lo Vinegar, Lanlng'fl
Edam Cheese, Bottlej Day L Martin's Liquid Shoe Blacking, Tins do Pasto
do, if-tlu Potted Hani and Toimue. U.iln Pottnl Turkev inl Tonuue. Pints
Durei's French Sahid Oil, J.plu!s flo. Cioso it Bliickwcll's Fal.ul Oil, and
much nioro too nuineious to mention, all of which we cft'ur for sale at reason,
able figures. Presh Ice Houso Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYHE & ERG.,
IMPORTERS AND RKALE1UJ IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STItEETS,
New Gocds received by every Packet from tlio Pattern Slates and Europe
I'rosb Calitornin Produce by eery Steumcr. All ouleis faitlilully attended to,
and Goods delivered to any part ot Uiu city frco of chnrgo, Island oidcra Foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed, Pest OJlico Pox 146". Telephone No. 03. lC81y
a hub wi vasfl Q Uf v w f h
Store for Rent,, ami Fix
tures for Sale.
rMIAT desirable Store now occupied
JL by tbe LADIES' BAZAAR 88 Fort
street, nnd all the Fixture'-, Glas Cases,
&c, for fciile. For further particulars,
enquire on the Premises. . 410
Fort and Alakca Streets,
or Ring up 119.
P. O. Box 297.
tins Van llouston's Cocoa, M J D van eeoicn
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