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nrcMin Jim JUmM'tMIIH MHl"H VY
Granite, iron and- Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til, COPPEE
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
(Kormuily with S.nnuol Nutt.
Iiioitoxr nnci Dealer iu
STOVES, CHANDELIERS. LAMPS,
OUOOKKhY, GLASt-V.AllE, JKiWJ: FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON UD TINWARE
Agent Kail's Safe un& Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
C5T Stoie formeily oci'ui iol b h. No'l'i , rj" o.sstu Spreckel &. Co.'s K:mk.-S
JT. H03P3P Sc OO.
74 Kins Street.
Manufacturers ami Impoiters of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
TINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bidlii or Piuties in small (rbugu
81 lummilie-. ly.
JT. H. SOPER,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.) '
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazelle Slock, Merchant
EST Thu Kiiglif.Ii Admiinlty Chaits
always on hand. 1 by
JO It -A. Y M JT. : .
4 LL nrdors for Cartage promptly at.
J. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit nt lowest price'.
Olllce, i.djoiiiiug I . P. Ad.uns it Co.'s
auction i' om,
082 ly .Mutual T lephon.; N". lit.
Health is We
Da. K. C. West's Nerve and Brain Tmiw
MKNT.n Bunrantccd Bn.-cltio foV JItoriii, Dit1
noun. Convulsions, l''itH, Nervous Nfurulem,
Moaunchii. Nervous l'roatrntinn.ciraecflliy tliouv
ot nlcohol or tuhacio, Wukefumees, Mentul l)o,
prosiilon, Sof toning of tlio Hrain,r06uliinn in in,
tmnity nncl lending to rnisory, doray nml ili-atli;
Jrpmaturo Old Ako, Barrenness, Loss of 1'ov.er
n Ntliereejc. Involuntary LoaMis nnd Sncrmutor
rheca, caused by ovor-exertioii of tho bruin, bolf.
nbueo, or ovei.inilulKeuco. Kach box tontniui
ono month a treatment. $1.00 a box, or nix boxp j
tor $5.00, sont by mull prepaid onroceiptof iiriiv,
WE GUAKANTEi; SIX ItOXr.W
To cure any caso. With each order reci-hod by nn
tor bix boxes, aocompanlod with $5.00, wo will
Bead the purchaser our writtou guarnntooto ii.
land tlia money it thotreiitinciitUocrf not olfut
A cure. Guarantees issued only by
xroLCii;BTjait x c.
WE wfll ear tkt to rril for toy cti. ef Ur.r Complalat'
pjirU, tick l!adck,liidl(utloi, CoDiU.lkui ot Coitl? mm,
r, m iuul n wlui Wtit'i tnutlt Lliir lllli, obta lb. dlrcc
floUM Itftclly coiupU4 witE. 1 by nrt ponlj veeutl, and
Mftr&ll t Kir MtWuUoo. fingtr Cotted, Larg Uit,(vn.
Ulster M pUU) tii cU, ft ula by all drgliu, IUw.i. of
(OOnUrfalll aad tmlUUoBl. Tba Knuliio nauufacturad oaly
IOIINO. WEST A CO, HI A 111 W, UadlK EL, CbJarZ
Jf trial patU(t at b mall fjakl u iilcIH tlh 3 nut Haiti
JtMolllutpv rfr Co..
80 Cm Wliolc8alo and Rctoll Agents.
Vi'i i " ij if III I
Pacific Hardware Go., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
FSoveltiess inLamp GroodLs,
A new- Invoice of Lanterns. Keioscnc Ojl of the very
Best Quiility, Stoves, R'uiges nnil Tinware.
TTIIiJG-PrtOOir SHINGLE J?AXJSr
Recommended by Fne Undnwriteis of San Francisco,
etc , etc. An actual Prelection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Haidwarc, Agricitltuiiil Implements, etc.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
J. T. Waterhouse's
70J Queen & Fm t Street Stores, tf
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parlies is prepared at
'shoit notice to do all Washing in a So.
perior Manner. A contileriihle
lias brcn made horn thfi s.calc of
former rates, nnd
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to Ail
Who will favor the Establishment
w iih n trial. CO
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
I.cmrin Kodn, Lfinonude, fniKiparllla
fruit bjiups and litscncos nnd
miido fi in in. pu c Apple, all of which
mo guaiiiiiliii id bu the he-l.
tSr iiUo iniie i nun's intending
tnnli.jr ioii lui ihc M'lc ol letd
d'iiiKh mid wbliing iiiiiiitiilii huppllcs,
ii'iiull on iir. Itlon f-'oing ilicvluri'.
Tii Crystal Sada Works,
P.O. H. .'IU7, IIiipIi lu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
The Inter -iBluud Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep coiibtanlly on lmu 1 for sulu
Steam Family and Blacktmith Coal
and u giuurul UBSortiuunl of
RYAN'S BOAT BDHiDINO
SHOP. Bear cf Lucas Mill.
Wo Bliould Slot Out Dlsoaso
in Ita Early Stages.
Tlie disease roinmonros wltli a blight
derangement of thu stomach, but, if
neglected, it In tinio involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidney, liver,
panrrens, nud in fact the entire glnnd.
ular syxtcin; and the ulllloted drags out
u miserable I'ilstence until death gives
lelief f i om sutlcritij. The disease is
olton mlstuUeii for othei complnlutu,
but if tin' rcndei will ask lilinscll the
following (iiii"Stloii9 ho w ill bu able to
determine whellier be hlineU U one of
the nllllctcd: lluve 1 dlnrcss, p-iln, or
dlllW,u!ty in bienUiiiigHfturoiUlnK? I-
there a "dull, heiiy tecllug, liltendtd by
diow sine's f IIau the eye n yellow
tinge? Does u llilck, sticky inucotw
gftiher about the gunn nod teeth in llie
morning', uceompanled by a disagree
able taste? Is the tongue coated? l
thciu pain in the sides and back? is
there, n fullness about the light side as
il the llvei weiu enlniging? Is there
veiligo or diy.ine-H wlien rising Hid
denl. lioui an lioilyonlal position? Are
thu M'cii'tloim from the kidnejs highly
coloured, willi n deposit after standing?
Does Jood ferment soou after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or bulclliiig
of gas from thu stomach? Is there f re
fluent pulpltntioii ofthoheau? These
Mtrlous symploniM may not be present at
one lime, but lliey tiirmcut tlie siillerer
iu turn as thu Uieadful disens-e pio
gi esses. If llio ease bu one of long
standing, iheiu will bu a diy, huching
cough, attended aiter a lime by expec
toiailou. In AL-iy adv.mce.d siiiges thu
skin nsviimes u dirty biownlsli appeal,
mice, and the hands and feet nru con end
by a cold sticky peispiiation. As die
liver and kidneys hecoinu moiu ami
moru di-u.iscd, iheumaiic jmins appear,
and the usual treatment piovi.s enliiely
uiinviiiling against the hitler agouiblng
dUtuder. The oiigin ot this malndy is
iudige-.lion oi dytpep-in, and a small
liii.ii tl I y of thu pioper niediciiiu will
lemuNU Ihodibcabcil taken in lis incip
ienoy. it is most Impoiliuil that the
disu.ibu bliould be pi om July mid ptopuily
tiealed in its iii-st binges, lien a littlo
medlcinu will cll'cct a cine, and even
wlicn it has obtained a stiong hold the
correct lemedy should ho peveveied in
until every ustigo of the diseasu is
euulieated, until thu appetite has return
ed, and tliu digestie organs restored to
ii hcnltliy eomtition. llio surest and
most elleLtual lemedy for this dishes,
ing (oinplaint is "Selgcl's Cuiiitivo
Syrup," a egetable pieparation sold by
all chemists and niilicinu vendors
theoughout the world, and by tho pio
prietois; A. J. White, Limited, Lontion,
.E C. This Syrvp btiikcs at thu Nery
ioundation of the diseabe, and driNes it,
l oot and branch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist tor beigcl's Curative
"Eabt-strcct Mills, Cambridge-heath,
"London, E. C, July 2-lth. 1882
"Sir, It gives .uie gicat )lcasurc to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
3-our Nuluablc Syrup as a curative agent.
1 hud suffered for tome length of tinio
from a tcNcvc form of indigestion, and
the long train of distiesslng symptoms
following that di'cubo. I had tried all
possible means to get relict, by seeking
thu best medical tutNice. I had swallow,
ed buiticieut of their btuff to float a man.
ol-war, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in tho midst of my sulleiings, hi ought
with him a bottle of jour Scigul Syiup;
he advised me to try it, stating lie felt
confident it would benefit me. Being
weary of tiysng so many drugs, 1 con.
demued it before tiial, thinking it could
not possimy jo me any ujoou, nut ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed s'icli a change in me that I continued
taking it for nenily two months, and I
then ielt thoroughly curi.d, lor 1 have
discontinued its uc wir live NveeUs, and
feci in tlie best of health, and tun par
take any kind ot food with e.ise and
comfort. 1 iiin thcrefoie thnnklul to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, 1 iim restored to
the Mate of health I now enjoy. Yours
tlUly, W. S. FOKbTLK.
"To Mr. A. J.White."
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should locno time in obtain
ing relief by tlie use of "Tlie Rosing,
weed Tar Mixtme;" hut do not use tlie
medicine unless jou will follow nil the
diicctions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma suflerers, who mo
strangeis to "tired Nutuie's sweet
restoiei, balmy sleep," should make use
ol "The liosinweed Tur Mixture." Quiet
lcfreslilng sleep will follow its use
"Wateiloo House, London Stile, Cliis
wick, "Februaiy 17th. 18S2.
"Messrs, Wnite and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with jjieat pleas,
tire that I add my testimony to tlie
wonderful effects of Seigcl's Sjiup. For
years I nnd been suffeiing from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would conic before my eyes,
so that I should not bu able to recognise
nny ono or anything at the distance of ii
yard or two from my face. This would
be followed by excessive tremblltig of
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting ofteutwo
or tlueo dags. I liaNe tiled various
remedies for these disticsslng symptoms,
but until 1 tried Selgcl's Syrup I had no
relief. Since then 1 have had excellent
health in every icspeet, and if over I
feel u headache coming ou I take one
dose of the Synip, which m rests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may be the
iiieiins of Inducing others (nvIio suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive bpeedy bencllt and
ultimately bo cured, I beg toicmatn,
"A. II. Hoktojt."
Seigel's Opcrntlmr Pills pievent 111
effects fiom uxcass In eating or drink
ing. A good doso at bed-tlino renders
.i person lit for huslndss in tho morning.
Jf you hnvo Asthma use "The RoshiNvecd
IN FRENCH AND SPANISH LAN
gmtges taught. PrlNiito lis.ons
giveuto ladles at thtir own leHldenccs.
For puitlculnis njiplv to '
tt8 1 w Op. Chlnoeo CUurcli, Fort St.
It gttUjI gatfUtin,
MONDAY. DEC. C, 188G.
W. C. T. U.
WOIIlt AMONG HAWAIIAN'S ANNUAL
ltH'OKT Or MISS MARV U.
(Continued from Saturday's issue)
We returned thirteen miles to
"Wnlidutt, NNliere tho people gathered
for n temperance meeting. This I
held, anil organized u society of
eight members, and, ns usuni, ex
hibited charts. We continued our
journey to Judge Kunihea's, ami
the next morning rode to Kamaloo,
eight miles aivay, 'lhcrc I gave a
temperance lecture. Very early the
next morning, I rode on to Kawela,
a retired settlement live miles aNvay,
there visited the homes, nnd held a
meeting in the small but ncnt
church where gathered to meet me,
men, women and children, who gave
close attention to all I said, and
asked intelligent questions in regard
to the matter of oiganizing n society.
This I did, fourteen signing tlie
pledge. On our horses again for a
six- miles ride to Kattnakakai, our
last stopping place. Hodo directly
to the church, where I labored till
dark for the people who weic cor
dial, anil well disposed to take up
the work of organizing a temper
ance society. Here I fount! an
active Young People's Christian
Association, the weekly meetings
having been held for six years.
They have furnished their church
with lights, bibles and hymn books.
Among the committees I proposed,
was one on statistics. The reply
was, "We need none. There are
no cases of uiunkcnncss hcie. ' I
formed a society of eighteen mem
bers, and, on some accounts, this,
my Inst stopping place, was my
best. Along the last tivo days of
travel, there nvus an almost entire
absence of vegetation with a con
tinuation of locks and boulders.
My traveling companions retraced
their steps for tlie long home waul
journey, and I, weary and worn,
awaited the arrival of the steamer
Likclikc for Honolulu, and in due
time, got on board, 'waved' an adieu
to tiio friends who accompanied me
to the landing, and carried away
with me sweet memories of kindly
greetings, warm sympathies, hand-to-hand
woik, and earnest prayers
for my success in tempeiance work,
as memories of ten days on Molokai.
There are nineteen "Ilaw aiian so
cieties on our list, with a member
ship of 1,019.
In conducting these temperance
meetings I have felt a great need of
more temperance songs. The 11a
waiians are a song loving peQple,
and a stream of tempeiance melo
dies could be easily made to How
tlnougli many homes, if nvc had the
songs. For this purpose nvc need a
temperance song book in the native
language. A beginning in collect
ing such songs 1ms been made. We
also need a simple text book- upon
alcohol and tobacco, with questions
and answers to distribute freely.
Other HaNvaiian literature we hope
to be able to publish as we need it.
Let us not yet despair lor the
future of the Hawaiian people.
There are many noble men and
faithful women among them who
have never bowed the. knee to Baal.
Work and prayer will not fail of
their results ; for He wlio promised,
"Lo, I am with yon alivays," is
the same "yesterday, to-day and
INTERESTING 1'OPUI.AIt LECTL'ItE J.AHT
The second of the course of po
pular lectures for the benefit of the
adult patrons and friends of Oahu
College, by Professor L. L. Van.
Slyke, Ph. D., Nvas delivered Friday
evening in the lecture room of the
Bishop Hall of Science, Oahu Col
lege. The invitations issued were
much more fully responded to than
at the first lecture, the seats iu the
class room being completely filled
while a considerable number of
chairs hnd to be extemporized to
meet the requirements for accommo
dation. In fact, the lecturer as well
as tlie College, is to bo congratulat
ed on meeting what players would
call a bumper house on the second
evening. "Tho air we breathe"
was tho subject. To facilitate ope
rations during tho lecture a laigo
quantity of oxygen had been pie
pnied beforehand and was carefully
imprisoned in a lot of inverted glass
jars standing in formidable array ou
the table. Tho chemist's tests for
demonstrating thu presence of
oxygen in the air wcio explained
and illustrated by experiments.
Then followed an interesting scries
of experiments with necessary ex
planations, in ansivcr to tho ques
tion, "Does the air contain anything
clsei1" The regular tests were
employed for nitrogen, carbon diox
ide (commonly called carbonic acid
gas), and aqueous vapor, in which
some very interesting as well as
curious combinations and changes
were shown, Tho proportions of
tho main constituents of the nir, as
shown' by the latest results of quan
titative analysis were set forth, on tho
blackboard: Oxygen, 20..G1 per
cent; Nitrogen, 77.95 per centj
aqueous vapor, 1.40 per cent; car
bon dioxide, .01 per cent. The
difference between a chemical com
pound and a mechanical mlx
Uiro was stated iu order to
show that the air is ti mechanic a!
mixture, that the oatlh is really
BUnounded by four atmospheres,
compounded iit about the same pro
portions in every climate, and pro
ducing similar effects upon tho
members of the hum an family
wherever, dispersed over tho globe.
The presence of oxygen was dis
covered by nn English chemist,
Priestly, August 1, 177-1. Its name
which "means "acid begetter," was
assigned it nt a later date by a
French scientist. Two-thitdsof all
the known material of thu world is
oxygen. The proportions in which
it exists in the animal and vegeta
ble creation were stated. After
much labor and a long series of in
vestigations, it had .been found that
it, could be liquified in a temperature
of 220 Fahrenheit beloiv zero,
and under a pressure of -1,800 pounds.
Tho mention of 220 below zero,
though calculated to cause a shiver
in a tropical audience, did not pre
clude the Nvish that the solid pLa'anx
cs of mosquitoes pouring in by tho
open window, could be assigned a
placo in the economy of nature
along with liquified oxygen. This
gas, the auditors were informed,
combines with all bodies known,
except lluorine, its union produc
ing combustion, either "rapid" or
"sIonv," llie theory of combustion
having been discovered in 178U.
A beautiful and elaborate series
of experiments followed illustrative
of rapid combustion. Space does
not admit of a detailed account of the
many ilrcs, explosions, ' colored
lights and Haines, some of them
being of intense brilliancy, livalling
even the elcctiic lights at lolani
Palace, with which the delighted
audience Nvere entertained during
tlie last half hour, in, which also the
chemistry of a burning candle, a
kerosene lamp, a gasoline lamp and
a hand grenade ueic fully eluci
dated. The grand finale Nvas a brief
but brilliant exhibition of lire
works, in red and gieen flames ; upon
which the "class" letired, not Iionv
evcr until a number of the most
prominent society people of the city
had personally expressed their
thanks to professor Van Slyke for
the evening's instruction and enter
tainment. NEW HEBRIDIES AFFAIRS.
During the last week of Septem
ber the Premier sent the folloNving
telegraphic despatch to the Agent
General: "Ncnv Hebrides affairs
are developing rapidly. An impor
tant coriespondence has been pub
lished between missionary Macdo
nald and the commander of her
Majesty's ship Swinger, very pre
cise and circumstantial and sup
ported by documents. The posi
tion is most seiious. The French
Hebrides Company, encouraged by
the presence of French forces, have
been proceeding with the fencing of
land held by the Presbyterian Mis
sion in trust for natives, under a
deed duly attested by the comman
der oi her Majesty's ship Sanddy.
The French commander, on appeal,
relcrs to another deed as fabrication
of a former genuine one, and politely
intimates ihat he is'there to protect
French interests. Further, a charge,
plainly tiumped up and clearly dis
proved, is bi ought of natives shoot
ing a cow. Heavy damages are de
manded, evidently to provoke a
quarrel. It is humilating to stand
by witnessing native and British
rights trampled under foot. A
British force ought to be stationed
here or the French forces imme
diately NNitlidrawn." On receipt of
the foregoing, Sir Graham Berry
wrote to the Bight Hon. E. Stan
hope, Secretary of State for tho
Colonies, enclosing Mr. Gillies's te
legram with reference to tlie pro
ceedings of the French troops iionv
stationed in the Ncnv Hebridies.
"This despatch," ivrites Sir Gra
ham Berry, "confirms tho intelli
gence which I have previously re
ceived from my Government and
communicated to you, that the pro
ceedings of the French authorities
in tiie islands in relation both to the
English missionaries and tho natives
point not to an approaching with
draNval of their tioops, but to a pro
longed and established occupation,
and of increasing assumption autho
rity. The class of disputes with
regard to title to land, on which it
seems the French officers have un
dertaken to decide, are, I need
hardly say, those most likely to
lead to hostile collision and blood
shed, and to continued pretexts for
tho exercise of powers incompatible
with the neutrality of tho islands,
and to further and further extension
of the period and character of thu
military occupation. I beg, with
great respect, to request your car
nest attention, and that of her
Majesty's Government, to tho in
creasingly serious character of the
circumstances referred to in Mr.
Gillies's despatch, and to suggest
that the Secretary of State for For
eign Affairs bo moved, us is advised
by my Government, to call upon tho
Government of the Bepublio to
withdiaw the troops which
have noiv been in the Ncnv Hebrides,
for no recognized purpose, since tho
first week iu June, and if they
should hesitate, that a British force
should be at once dispatched to the
islands; or such other measures
taken ns may establish nn effective
joint occupation." Melbourne Age
AN ENGLISH SADDLE.
Chvner (an have tjio sumo by
proving propei ly and paying
expense Applv ut tho Cosmopolitan
Rostauraut, 81)31 J. Si. CLAIR.
E. O SCnUMAN.
Sec'y & Trons.
Haw'an. Carriage MTe Co.
Iron, Cuntborlnnd Goal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriago and Wagon Matorials.
ALAKEA & KING STREET
mid see tho
siftji Cutaway Carriages
asisaa r.. .
2? rnamons, otc,
He has for sale rlicnp, bcfoio purclins-7-1
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Having i-ecuicd thu Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House, or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
90 tf '
Httw'nOniringcManf'gCo., (Si 00 H)0
E. O. Hall &, bon,(uew issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 3a 10
C. Brewer & Co., 101 1C0
Woodlawn Dairy, - 80 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waimanalo, 1C5 100
Star Mill, 4C 000
Reciprocity Sugar Co., f-0 10C
Ice Company, ' S7 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei
38 Mcrehnnt Street. 151 ly
ler-IsM S. I. Co.,
The .Best DRoxiire
to the World I'tenowued
Volcano of Kilauea
The neiv and ttuuncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m.
TUESDAY, December 7th.
The steamer passes along tho entire
coast of ihe leeward side of HawMil, of.
fording tourists it panorama of rlinnu.
ing scenery, and will stop at Kckluke.
kua Bay, where sufficient lime is allow,
ed to visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by this i onto reach Punaluu
nt 5 o'clock on the duy after leaNing
Honolulu, beiiig only ono night on tlie
vessel, making ihe entire piibsagc in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
nnd from there tourists will lie conveyed
by rail! oud to Paliala. thence by stage
coach to llalf.wny Houpe, wlieie horsis
and guides will bo in attendance to con.
vey thorn to tho Voli uno.
Tourists will have two nights and ono
whole day nt the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expemei.
Apply to HARRY AnMiTAGL
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the officii of the I, I S.
N. Co., Eaplnnndo. fHIOOin
Haw. Bell Telephone Go.
FROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
imry next, the rcnial f instruments
at present in ut-o in the Districts of Ewn,
Wainnao, Walalua and Koolaupoko will
be reduced to $5 00 per nioi tli.
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the writtou order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 8m
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tho Walunao Company, held this'
day, the following gentlemen were duly
elected lo serve m oillceis for tho ensu.
II. A. WIDEMANN President
G. N. WIM.OX Vice-President
A, JAKGEK ,,.,. Treasurer
O. O. BERGEH.. Secretin v nnd Ai dllor
O. O. BFRGKR, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Noy. SO, 188U. gu ivy
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rejolco,
Having lound tho Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
1 First Street, S.F, 89
For sale Everywhere,
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a feNV more
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, fc'4 King Stioet, will be promptly
attended to. 69 ly
S. M. CARTER,
Hns on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Neweastlo Coal,
Hard'and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Iiran, O its,
Orders are hen by solicited nnd will
be deliver! d nt any locnliiy within the
iSo. a icino tsrvxtJSErr.
Ilotli TelejihoncH, 187. IU
And ft choice ntsorlinent of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
.hm received x "Xia'timlin," at
J. T, Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents n Month.
28 DANIEL LOGAN. Propiiclor. fly
THE well knovni Old Corner
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VJi,H BA1.UU.K. 117 lw
ROOM TO LET.
A NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room in n pi ivate family on School
Street, between Nuiinnu and Fort; third
house lroiu corner of Nuua&u, 07tf
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