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All water rules duo on term (.'inline
Juno SO, 1887, must lie p.ild nt. the ollleo
or the Honolulu Water Works before
15th clay of January, 187. All lutes re.
tnnlnlng uopild J.inuniy IT., lift", will
bo subject lo uu additional 10 pjr cent.
Panics paying tot's will pieoit their
last receipt. CH.S. B..VU,SOV,
Sup't. llotiolu'.u Water H'oiks.
Apyroicd: L. AI10L i,
Mlnl-ier of la o jnr.
..Honolulu, Deo. -I, ISSC. 00
llotioluiu f l.iwittinn Inlands
Dr.i a Mxoliangc on the
ISttnU ol OttlillMMiiii. .. 1
Anil llicll :igoiit. Ii
NEW YOIIK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Roths-chlld A Bon, London
The Ciiiniiicicinl HuuK To., ol byrtnuy,
The Commercial Raul; Co., of Sydney,
The Hunk of New .calami: Aucklunil,
Chthlchuicli, unit V ellingtun,
TUo 'Bank ol Urlll-li Columbia, Vic
toriu, U. 0., iiiiii I'oriliiml, Or.
Transact n Oeiieinl Ranking lSuslncs.
i I'.ll 1
Pledged to ntllboi deil nor Putt).
'Sat established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. DEC. 0. 1880.
' DISTINGUISHED STATESMANSHIP.
Statesmanship of :i distinguished
order has marked the modern his
tory of this insular kingdom. Not
distinguished for wisdom, foresight,
an intelligent appreciation of the
country's needs, or the practical
application of a comprehensive
system of principles suited to its
peculiar condition of mixed popula
tions and diversified inteiests. But
t rather distinguished by si deficiency,
if not an entire absence, of these.
Either lack of capacity on the part
of the public leaders, or lack of
support from the public, may nc-
count for the-. deficiency.
The prosperity of the past eight
or ten years lias affoi ded a grand
1 opportunity for the development of
a statesmanlike policy. The recip
rocity treaty and a high price for
"our agiiculturalpiodqcts brought
" capital and labor into the country,
stimulated enterprises of various
kinds, promoted trade and coin
, merce, and all these combined to
increase the revenue and fill the
' public coffers with coin. Thus
were placed at the nation's disposal
tlie means for elllcient government,
and for permanent improvements
' and internal development. Judi
cious, capable and honest manage
ment would have employed these
means in ways that would have pro
, ,dtrced proportionate lasting public
benefits, and have thereby prepared
. the, country for a season of depres-
sion and decreased levcnue.
Has this been done ? Are we now
in the position that we have had
ample means lo have placed our
selves? The answer is easy. It
is not doubtful : it is not positive.
It is negative no. The money has
been spent; it is all gone; and-there
is very little to show for it. Frail
budge have been built at great
cost, upd carried out to "sea by the
Hoods. Kontls have been con
structed of earth and rubbish, which
become pools of mud when it rains.
A half dozen or so buildings, a
marine railway, and u lew yards of
wharf are about the only public
' woiks that ictnnin as monuments of
the expendituie of hundreds of
thousands of dollars. This is not
' "tm wot st. We have an increase of
. olIlcciH and olllcials, incicnse of
salaries, increase tit debt, and a
L decrease of revenue. And such is
i the plight of ihu Government that
nt the last session of the Legisla
ture liny bcciircVi an Increase of
fylj per cent in direct lauition, and
passed a loan bill of 82,000,000, a
' portion of which is for paying the
debt which ban accumulated during
the years of prosperity. All these,
excepting the decrease of revenue,
, arc consequences, of wooden-headed
statesmanship and loose inanage
' How" uiifoituimtu tlmt n country
of rcbonicos and possibilities should
have been so stupidly find badly
' managed. To place the entire
burden of blame on any ono pair of
1 rihonlders is neither just nor fair.
i The Ministers of the Crown, a con-
: btituting the Responsible Advisers
and Executive, are undoubtedly cn
tjtled to the principal bliarc, Those
v Nobles and Kppieseplativca who
Imvo accorded ministers their Blip-
port also cotno In for n big slice.
And those constituencies who have
elected sucll members, and omitted
tho process of tarring and feather
ing them on their return home, can
not bo exculpated. Neither should
those gentlemen down town, who
are ready to urge the newspapers
to wage war while they themselves
hide behind a tree, be wholly ex
cused. But regret9 for the past aie vain
unless attended by a tlrm determina
tion to turn over a new leaf for the
future. Let the resolution be mnde,
and made unanimously, too. Surely
no resident, whether citizen or alien,
desites the ruin of the country.
Every individual domiciled in the
land is interested, and should feel
interested, in having public affairs
skilfully planned, wisely directed,
ollleicntly conducted, and economi
cally managed. And the proper
course to pursue is for all to unite
iu seeking to secure these ends.
The Cabinet Ministers, three-fourths
of whom aie now (o olllee, are
afforded nn opportunity of effecting
reform in administration and of pre
paring and maturing a policy with
which to meet the next Legislature.
Let them show a sincere endeavor
in the right direction, and every
reasonable and patriotic man in the
community will support them. The
general public have, the choice of
their own lepresentativcs for the
next Legislature, and they should
exercise enough sense and patrio
tism to elect none but honest and
good men. If some of the consti
tuencies cannot do better than they
did last year, they might hang a
claw-hammer coat and a long hat on
a broom stick, and send this little
arrangement to represent them in
Parliament, as the honorable mem
ber of a wooden electorate.
CHARITABLE INSTITUTION FOR POR
TUGUESE. According to a trustworthy state
ment lately published by O Lmo
JJaicaiitnio, the Portuguese colony
here, including the last arrivals,
amount to over 12,000 souls. This
numerous population, the poorest,
and from their habits and language,
the most helpless when they become
crippled, do not yet possess an'
kind of assistance or relief associa
tion, outside of the Mutual Benevo
lent Lusitana Society, whose action
is limited lo its membership of about
eighty. The planters have always
been very generous in their treat
ment of any people who may meet
with sickness or accident, whilst in
their employ. Nevertheless thcie
has been a deal of misery and suffer
ing amongst the Portuguese immi
grants, and especially when they
come to Honolulu in search of
health, they fall a heavy burden on
the charitable public and the
different benevolent associations
In view of helping their fellow
countrymen and putting a stop to
obnoxious begging, the ladies of the
Poitugucse colony, under the pre
sidency of Mrs. A. de Souza Cana
varro, wife of the Portuguese Com
missioner, have just staited, accord;
ing to what is published iu the last
number of O Jvso, a special insti
tution called the Portuguese Ladies
Benevolent Society, whose object is
to help the orphans, widows jjnd
crippled or sick people of that
nationality. The Luno says that
already a large number of ladies
and gentlemen 'of different nationali
ties and leligion have kindly pro
mised monetary assistance, and
there is no doubt that such a meri
torious undertaking will meet with a
generous response from every charit
able person iu this community.
The success of the enterprise seems
therefore to be assured. The Por
tuguese ladies arc to bo congratu
lated on their generous devotion (
and they may rest confident of ob
taining tho needed assistance from
the public and tho pioss of tho
kingdom, whilst there can ho no
doubt that the planters also will
gladly assist in collecting donations
from tho Portuguese themselves.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT AUTHENTIC.
The fair announced iu the Bi'i.i.r:
tix, last Saturday afternoon, to be
held at the Palace that evening, did
not take place. The announcement
which appealed in this paper was
made by lequest, telephoned diiect
from the Chambei Iain's office, and
not; as has been asserted, without
authority. According to our in
fonnation, difficulties occurred late
in tho afternoon which prevented
the carryjug put of tho original in
tion, and it was therefore oban
DISTHlnllTiOH OF TREES;
A distribution of trees frolri llic
Government Nursery to tho public
will tuko placo during this week.
Applicants should obtains order on
Wednesday, the IStli Inst, at A.
Jaeger's olllcc. Delivery will bo
made at the King street Nursery on
Thursday and Fiiday following,
and at no other time. List of plants :
Grape Vine Isabella.
Grape Vine Blue and white
Grape Vine Raised from seed,
said to be varieties not attacked by
Red Gimvn, n small tree, particu
larly recommended for cultivation
on account of the yielding abund
ance of delicious traits, and its
Avocado Pear (Alligator Pear),
raised from the seed of the best
, Japanese Plum.
G olden Shower (Catharlotcarpus).
North American Locust Acacia.
Moreton Bay Pine, Araucaria
Bunza Bunza, Araucaria Bidwlllii.
Sugar Cane, 35 varilies.
Cuttings from the True Arrti;
For many reasons it has become
necessary lo establish the rule of
distributing plants peiiodically only,
the public will always be duly noti
Parties desirous of availing them
selves of this opportunity slfould do
so iu the manner as above stated,
also those who have friends on the
other Islands desirous of planting.
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH FAIR.
A fair, in aid of the building fund
of St. Andrew's Priory, last Satur
day, commenced at 10 o'clock a. m.
and continued until 5 i. m. The
weather was the pink of perfection,
and a large concourse' of people
patronized the fair. The tables con
taining the articles for sales were
mostly in the schoolroom. A child
ren's table occupied tho verandah of
the domitory. Several tents and a
large awning were erected in the
playgiound, for the sale of refresh
ments and flowers. From mid-day
to tho close, the Reformatory School
Band played selections of music at
intervals. Princess Likcliko took
an active and prominent part
throughout the day. The King,
Princess Liliuokalani, Princess Ka
iulani, Poomaikelani, Prince Kawa
nanakoa, Prince Kcliiaconui, and
Prince Kalanianaole visited the fair
during the afternoon. Not only
was it a season of pleasure to the
numerous visitors, but the financial
result was highly satisfactory, as
will appear from tho annexed state
ment. Tho total amount, $2,310.85,
less about $100 for expenses, repre
sents the pi out.
Her Majesty's table, piesided
o er y Mrs. swim aim Mrs.
M.It. I olburn ,..
Mrs. 1 P. Hastings and Mrs.
Mrs. Mackintosh, Miss Louis.i
Biiekwood, Miss Stella
Kcomalhtui and Mis. ICa-
Mr. Willis and Mrs Buchanan
Mrs. Malcolm Brown mid Mis.
W. M. Giffard
Mrs. M. 1). Mouparratand Mrs.
G. D. Ereetli
Mrs. J. W. ltoberton and Mrs.
21 C 00
Princess Likellke's table, "Pa
llia Hawaii' $G7 53
Miss II. Cleghorn, lunch and
salads 31 25
Mrs. 1). Kellett and Mrs. II.
Smith, lee cream and cake.. 03 85
Mrs. A. C'lnik, tea and coffee.. . 24 05
Mr. 1). Kellett, ginger ale and
soda water 1715
Colonel J. II. Uoyd, auctioneer
ing I 75
Miss von Holt's table $107 75
Miss Ulaik, Miss ( roller and
; 40 10
Messrs. V. J. Testa and T. Mor
ris, Rate receipts
Other 1 oceli ts. estimated at
. 100 00
Fancy .tables . . .
Gate and other receipt.... ,.
THE TROTTINC RACE.
Tun tiotting uico of Saturday
afternoon, between .Too Dako and
Benton Boy, was lather disappoint
ing to tho sporting element of Hono
lulu. Ono of Benton Boy hind
ankles was spiaincd, and it was
thought hardly woith wbilo starting
him, but tho money having been up,
the owner consented to 11 trial. The,
horses weie well started, and they'
tiotted even, Joe Dako breaking
twice, to tho first quarter mile. On
passing tho first quurtor, Benton Boy
nppeaied iu distress and tho race
was in favor of Joo Bakes. When
Benton Boy came in, it was found that
he had torn oil' ono of his shoes by
grappling it. Tho judges weio
Messrs. A. B. Spieckols, C. Smith,
nnd John F, Smith.
The body of tho young German
girl, Mnrio Kammcier, has not yet
been found, although many rumors
wero afloat staling tho contrary.
Grinding will begin nt the 'Lihuo
mill this week.
Tho roads havo become passable
again, although very rough.
Independence Day passed very
quietly, in fact, seemed to be entire
Mr. White, principal of the Gov
ernment School, at Kapna, U mak
ing extensive preparations for an
exhibition to bo given by his pupils,
tho last day of the school term.
Mr. Spitz has a large and varied
assortment of Christmas goods,
which he has just received from Ho
nolulu. Dec. 3rd, 188G.
BY A MAN AND WIPE. A KITUA
llon In n pi train fiinlljv Mini
thoroughly timlotstiindi the care of
horse?, mill in a j.'0(d driver, ifjcqulrel.
The woimiu Is n gno I houn'KCp';r, nnd
llrt-ohis cook Cull ut No. Ii8 Hotel
Hotel S root. 01 !H
BY A MAN A.VD WIFE, A SITUA.
tion. Good MfVrence. 1'lens-e nil.
dre. I. WHITE, Y. M. O. A. Hall,
Hotel Street, Honolulu. 01 21
d OOD PASTIJWAUE FOB HOUSES
A Apply to FRED JOHNSON
reeiived u lurge 11-sort-
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Cigirette Hi lder, itc, suitable
for l't events
Abo 11 Hige 'lock of nil tlie mot
Popular ami Choicest Jiramh of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall,. Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of tlie .Newest Da ign, nud Smokers'
Requisites ol uvrij kind.
100 Foit Street.
AUCTIONS A LE
On "Wednesday, December 8th
At 12 noon. "
At oiirs.ilL"-rooui, Qui en Street, we will
sell at I'u llic Auction to clo-e consign
Two Village Carts,
2 Cnlifotiil-i BiaUoi
Willi Apron and Shoe,
Two Sets Double Harness,
Two Sets Buggy Hume's,
Two sets Hack Haunts,
1 Carriage l'ole.
One Phaeton, in Good Order,
1 Set Single Harness; and
Broken to harness, can be tJufely driven
by tiny ludy.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 3t Auctioneer.
By order of Messrs T. II. DAVIEB &
CO., wo will sdl nt Public Auction, on
account of wlu.ni it in ly concern,
On Thursday, December 9tb,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
Atthu Wiirehouto bulow II. Huokftld &
Oo.'s tho following uiilolcs mi vert from
llic wreck of thu Uritlfh Bnrk " Diinnot.
tar Oubile," viz:
One Si's Boat anil Oars,
1 Water Cmuleiiher, 1 Compnts,
A Lot of Canvas Sails
Lot of Bnpes and HlockB,
Spars, Rigging, Staunchions,'
Cubln Fuinituic, etc., etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 -It Auctioneers
Jiut recyived per Bmk " W. II.
Wulson," from Llveipool,
4x:SJ, Kxtrn Heavy.
For enlo by
F. A.8CHAEFER & CO.
Has ji st
fUriT arrived) u liitrgc ltt ii'
v uignra, niatiiirueiiiieii nv r.ngti.
lucclii, Hoil V Co TltnjiMly celitliintcd
"Siunplor" 5 cent Olnr": Rlrlc'ly
Il-ivnnn Uicioni, of a bc.utllful Ihvor a
li e Miiokir, nnd not oITdiisIvc to lndlc,
(ven In uclom room This lsn beauti
fl Clgnr. A mill lot, of ViiUc do
Culm. That Lignr miikes n mnn feci
when Mnuklne; as though he wss llttlo
above the common stock. You may nl.
ways notice him on the Micel by ilm way
liosirute. Also, Ihoio small MhuiiltiH,
something dlllertnt from any befoie In
A Fine liot ol' Smokers'
(iiootlH, just received from London.
Tiii've, together with the inili'iis other
goods, make the bMOKEBfe' EMPOR
IUM tho (bust plnce to purchase In tho
city Customer setvid In a gentleman
'7 1w 74 Foil Street.
Has received from h'li'i FmneUto, per
Mat lpoH nnd other Into nrri vn lc a choice
selection of American tunl lTuv.mn Cigirs
itmong which arc
Wedge, CLr ubs, Triplets, Cheroots,
Operas, Duetts, Bed Cross and
tho Flor do Cuba.
Full IH-chm, Pet, Hwcct Corporal mid
other UrnnitH or ClgarcttcH.
Don't fi.il t try his celebinled Ijittlo
DiulcN. They are belter than ever.
lOy irOltU? Wl'IiJBlUX,
IS Opp.nllc Williams' G ill ry. 2w
THE UK WILL IEAMEE1ING OF
the tlawiilliin lie As-odillinn nt
Mutual Telephone U illding, SATUR
DAY, Dee 4th in 7:110 p. in. All mum.
bo's sue leqtiij-led to intend
ni'.'t J. II. FISHER, Hicy
upon the hindi. of Wailupcoi Mil, 1
land of Oiiliu, and iiiiy ponies fmnd
itcsspasiiig "1 hlioolti g nn such I ml-"
will lie piiHi'cuud.
MRS. A 1ERRY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 21, i8Mi. !U2w
ALL PERSOXi ARE WARNKD
mil to tropin-!, or -hoot (under
penalty of tlie law) iio the hinds In
Kii'ieohu mid Kui i it, Oihu, ownid or
tuisod by Ihu umb'iS'gned.
Bv her Attornor-in Fact, 1'. ('..Toms.
"lYrtTR. C 110LTI3 r-ipicsts Hint :.ll
JJx. tm.iiiist ihc Jiibile Commit)
t-utit him in mice.
A NEWLY UUILT, COMIOKTA
blell utc ol ilmonis, wild modern
iuiproicnienl! and goid nnl. fuinisli
eil or uiitiirnished; a line locitinn.iiud a
nn fet disiiiililu pliiei. A long term ten
ant desired. Apply to
Real Esliilii Agent mill Collector, No.
42 Merchant Sin cl. atf.
HOUSE 'JO JLET.
HOUSE TO LET AND FURNITURE
lor s-.iic, nt I'alamn. Ap ly ut
Weiiiicr & Co. s Jewelry Striv.
17 Iw L. E.8.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
A HOUSE ANU COITaGE, lON'
tiiiiiin four large roonii tint four
sin ill rooms; ulso, stall, cuinic house,
mill uc.irh one i.cio of pustule mid gir
den, Hiti slim witiei, etc. I'einn io y
iiKdiritu Apply to tir.o. II. RniiMtT
tON. Piinahoii, f..r Key, etc. US lm
COTTAGE TO LET."
AT No 8 Eil. MA STI.KI.T. En
quiiu on iiic piunises-'.
tf CA1T. II. Wni'lNLY.
ItOOMS TO LET.
FURKI-HED ROOMS TO LET AT
Iiihwlu, by tlicdiiy, ween or mouih,
Apply on pieuiisiM l
l-S lm W. 1. KAHALEMAUNA.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
ACoting: on Luiiiilllo ami l'likoi
Stietts, luinislied complete fir House.
kct)tng. Uuc of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply lo
CIIAS. J. FISHEL.
43 If Cor. Fort &, Hotel Sib
rpilE COTTAOE now occupied by
A. Mr. K. W. Tinker, conliihiiiig six
rooms, huh room, piuiiry, icriimla mom,
etc. 'Ihi'iu ihc abo hiubles, canlngc
house, feiv.iut'H ioiiiii, all Iu good order.
Apply to E. 1(. HhNI KY, at 1'noiMc
IliiidwiiroCo.'f Stoie, Fi.il St. Mtf
STOCK FOR SALE. -
TEN liAHCIK BUCK HAWAIIAN
Miller, biokon to Kiiddb1; breibnl
ICuiiloii Ruich, Prlco $100 inch. Also
i-cvoral two-yeai.oid lloisn Coll', t-iied
by 'Triumph," son cf "Castlus M: Cluy,
Jr." Apply to O 1I.JUUI),
U'l lm oi Alex. .1 Culwrlght
tA A N E W SLOOP, 2 feet
'Z$M l"fe'i 7 feet (I iiu he beam,
rlW9& !J f-'ul iIl'I"11 ' hollli ,ln(l iJ
-JiiZhzzL loiih Inirdeii, with nub com.
plete, 'Ihu vessel is in peifecl oidur
and will bo sold cheap, Apply to
BISHOP &. Co.'s CERTIFICATE
of deposit No. M,(i:i:i for $100 dated
Oct. HO 1880, payahlo to Ihu oidcr of
Mrs. W. F. Johnstone. Payment has
boon stopped. Baity finding sumo will
ploitbo deliver to
O. C. SWAIN.
00 lit P. O. Honolulu.
rnilE FIRST CONHGNMENT OF
JL Puelllo Const JJlnrh'S lor 1B87.
Qunrlo Dlarief, Lndlcs Pocket Diaries,
Cnls Ptcket Bhiilus. wlih Yaluablo
Roferenco Tables. (
Call early, us they uro m Ring very last.
01 ' Merchunt Bt.
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
lias just received ex Zcalandin, u beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Buftoii Sfsd
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
A Fine stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO AMD SEE HIS 1EW STOCK!
No. GO Nuuauu ttreet.
Kiiia: Street, hutAvcen Fort aml.Alalcea Streets,
Bus rei eivid i er "Clans Sprei kels, ' "Hbcovery," and 'Alamedn,'' a choice as
Rortinenl of new goods coiii-hting in part of
Fre h Ai-ples, Cupc Cod Craiibeirie-, Minco Meut in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
liiiir, 1 2 nnd !5lb tinn; Maple Syrup, Miy Drips, Enreka Blips, ltonid Tmkoy and
Chicken, LiJiieli 'tongue, linn, Huron, Siliuon in Kils and Tii.s, Pig Pork, Oil.
Cheese. Laid, Codfish, Table Rairlns, Cnriants, Dates, Nms, Dmet's Olivo Oil,
Bugar Coin, Pens, Shriniut, Smi-cil I-Jui;keiel, Oisteis, As orttil Exuncls, Choco
ate, Piine-, B,iklug Po.vder, Ti a, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Polalois, unions, bjnloon
Unii'l, Crai ken add Cnk'S, 8vseoi ami Snur Pickle-, Choice Fienih Peas, Hiooins,
Ciutile Soup Toilet Soap, Keroinu Oil, Urun uiid Oats nnd a gincrul iii-sorlmcnt ot
Leave your Orders, or King up 119. 74tf
Telephone a ill.
LEWIS. & CO., GROCERS
111. X'oit teitreet,
Have just received tx Driiish baik " Iron Cmgr" a fine assortment of
Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crhc & Hhiekwcll''
ckwcll'x (iocd', consisting of Mixid Plcklrs, Pickled Onions, Jams,
Jiehovy Pas'e, Pute a oiililc, Bh liter Paste, Poit-d Beef, Potted
Toiigui, lotted Ham ai.d Chicken, Polled Caine, Dtvilled Hi in, tins Sheep
Tongues, tins collated u. TonguiR, Largo tin Bologna bnu ags. Pldlippo &
taiiniiil's irullleil J'u'u l'aitrlilgef, ao liunil, uo J.arl.s, no oi iprs. oo nouu.
coeks, do 1 lyvcr; 1 1 lb tins Canoway BciiU, Uotlles ,ii,oniiaisc Sauce, Miish-
piom Ciitsnp, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anrlioviur, Ucneul Chutney
Tonuio loneive, uoities i-'rencli
Parmaaon L'heise, .loidati Almonds. Phlllipo &, Cniiaiid'n Trullled Pte de fi.is
iiriiH.TuiH whole Roast Pailiidiie.doGiouso.do I'heuMils.TIn RiussclsBpiouls,
Tin Si-'o and Onions, PreseiVcd Mushrooms, 1 lb tin Curried Fowl, lib tin
Ciof-tu fc lllackwell's Asparagin, 1 lb tin Btel Marrow Fat, 1 lb Jugged llnro,
1 lb tin Minco Meat, .b tin English Airowroot, 1 lib tin 1'illets of Sous, 1.1b
tin Prawn', Real Yarmouth Ulonters, Mb tin Fresh Cod Roes, 1-lb tin Englbh
B Iced Diet, '.Mb Uotllu French Plume, J-lh iln Chaiiip'giicn", 2 oz Holtlo
Caput 0-ipeiH, i nz do, -lb Hollies India Cimy Piwder, 1 rz do I hil ii c &
Ciinand's Pellt 1'i.Is, l.lb'iin Cro'sn & BlnchwelFn Ox all Soup, do M( ck Tur
tle Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Uiieken Ilrolli, Mb tin Mnlllgniuwi y Soup, do
Grouse uoup, do Gibkt Soup, do Hot Potch boup, do Vcsetablu boup, do
Cockle Lokio Soup, do Gicen his Soup do Mutton l)rmli,do Soup and Houilli
do lUusl Fowl, do (.'arrolb, do I'liitn ps, do Turnips, do Onions, J-lb lln Black
Leicettuvhlro Muthrooins, Mb tin Fresh 'I ripe, do Iilsh Slew, do Alamodo
Beef, do Uulltd Million, do Hnrrlcot Mutton, do Mewed Kidneys, do Cftlfshend,
do Calti-hcnd and Ham, do HunU Million, do Roust Ytal, 4-lh tins Roiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, Jars Salted Tripe. .
T, Morton's Goods. uitoons Mutratcls, if-Caitoons'JlufeateJs, (iiitirls Mont
serial Lime Juice, M'lnt Morcistcrshh'u Sauce, Pints do do, J- tins Cocra
and Milk, ill Moiru's Chocolate and Milk, Tins So Jth's. Collec i.nd Milk, do
Cocoa uiul Milk, Sunll Boltles BmilliV Lpeenco Oollee, Tins IMteiii Gloats,
Mb tins Synilngl u Pea Flour, .'.f.tins Van Houston's t'oroa, 2-lb Vail tcoich
Oatnieul, 14.IU pnpeis iipp's Hoimopuiliic Cocoa, 7-1 b tins Epp's Vanilla, Olioc
'late, .i' pnotuigcs; 1.(1 lb tins Coaiatinn, JIG do do. OuUley's Knifo Polish,
1 lb tins Pcnrl Sago, do Giound Rice, do Flake Tajilocii, do Cflinbildgo Sau.
sages, Small Tins Oxford Saiuages, Largo tins do, Coliniiin English Mustard
in Uotlles, do in Tins, Dried 'I hjnie, Di ltd buuiii, Savoij, lDruil Maijoram,
Jf liu Pigeon Pic, CuNcnuu Pcpjier, pints Suj o lorTal.lu Vinegar, Lanlng'a
Kdiini Chcisc, Bonier Day & M.utin's Liquid Shoe Blacking, Tins do Pnsto
do, ij-tln Poind Ham and Tongue, 4iUi Potlid 'I'm key tjia Tongue, Pints
Durei's Ficnch Sahid Oil, J.plnts Tlo. Cmto it Hlaekw ell's Huluil Oil, aid
much mere too numerous to mention, all of which wo (Her for sulc at reason
able liguros. Freak Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEBS TN
6-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by eveiy Pnrket fiom tho Festern Stales nnd Europe
Fresh California Produce by eery Stcamor. All oiders faithfully attended lo.
ami uoous uonvercu 10 any pun 01 1110
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Gents1 Neckwear in
New Photograph Itooms.
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woik. Siitisiiiction guaianteed.
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