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"Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 91.00. At
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1888.
Stmr Mlkahnla from Kauai
Stuir Ltkollkd fiom Knholut
Stmr I.ohim from Haumkua
Schr Wallele from Kuau ,
Stmr Ktimtt for the Volcano and way
ports ut 4 p in
Hcur-Manuokuwal for Koolau at 3 p in
S 8 Australlii for San Francisco at noon
Schr Walnialn for Kuau
Stmr Kaula for Waianao and Wuialua
fjtmr Lulnm f or Iliikiilau at 6 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Wallelc for Kuau
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Llkcllko for Kaliulul at 5 p m
From Kauai, pur iliUahala, Apill 8
Capt L Ahlhoin, wife and child, Til
Gibson and wife, V J Koisylli, P. J
Turner. Tl'Scvei in, E Zlnwald, F W
Glade, W Mill, MisDclevcrqucand son,
A Mendonea and wife, 2 Chinese and
For San Francisco, po S S Australia,
April 9 Mrs h A Slmte, M G Pinker
ton. A Dottcier, T V Mooi e, J A Wood
and wife, Win Olives, Jas Campbell,
wife, li children and servant, Mrs M
Hanaiki, ('apt Cliuiey, A G Cabell, T
A lh'uuo, II Ludtllugtoii Jr. MP Mor
rison and wife, .1 T McMillan, G F
Cooper, B U Winrani, II K Ilines. Capt
Uowison, F V Potter, Mis L Kitstlm
nioB6, Mis S J Levey and llehildicn,
Mrs A A Uioun, Goo Brown and wife,
Mrs W G Ashley and J child. en, Mis
Dr ltoriinirs, V "Wolters, Mis 11 Cooley,
W II Purvis. Mrs Wood, Julian Mou
sairat, Mrs W M Giffaid and child. Miss
Ellen Toibert, W F Smith, J S Perry
and wife, Kr ink Green, Mrs Capt Ahl
born and child, ti Colin, M Adclsdoifer,
Dr Bailey, Bishop Willis and w Ifo, Miss
M Alexander, Maria do Gloiia. Mrs
"Wiard, Lord Dalryinple, A Warner and
wife, Miss Sehlothauor. Stceiage-L
Iledeniauu, V Lutz, Ciias Johnson, wife
and 2 childicn, K Fisher, Mrs Hoogs
and chilil, AV l?usel, 11 P Long, C
JJlulim, II Wille, J Burlc, J G MeUand
lcss, M Andiews, E McKean, E Sykcs,
J Danlclles, J Bush. C E Fr.isher, Otto
II Stiumpkc, If' Slate, Copt II Von
Wettun, M Odey, A Kuustcn, G Buikc,
M Frelchmann, Mrs Healey, J Tiimble,
Mrs J E Pickard, Uias Boeder, 01 Por
tuguese, 7 Chinese and I Japanese.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND RORTS.
Stmr Mikahala 5,000 bags Migar, 5 hd
cattle, 12 hides and 120 bags'ljoncs.
Schr allele 1200 bgs sugar.
Stmr Lehtia 2470 bgs sugar.
At tho residence of "W. R. Buchanan,
on Saturday night last, by tho Rev. Dr.
Beckwith," Sir. H. W. Brundage to Miss
Helen V. Buchanan.
B. Sacramento papers please copy.'
LOCAL & GENERALNEWS.
A new picture by Strong is on view
at King Bios.'
A corY of "Indigenous Flowers
Hawaiian Islands" is wanted.
Abundance of rain and fieeh trade
winds aro roported fiom Maui.
went to Koolau nnd
wagon pai ties
Goto tho Criterion for a di ink of
nice cold Philadelphia Lager Beer.
The jail-keeper at Nawiliwili died
Saturday afternoon, just as the Sfika
haln was about to sail fiom there.
A broken roller from Spreckels
villc, Maui, camo by the Likelike
yesterday, to bo repaired at tho
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The Honolulu baseball team boat
the Vandalia's by 3 points in tho
match game, Saturday afternoon, at
iNthoMyitlo boat raco Satuiday
afternoon, between the boats Stranger
and Alice SL, the foinior won by 30
Dedtoiis to the estate of tho late
Capt. Geo. II. Luco aio requested to
mako payment, and creditors to ren
der their accounts. ' '
Horsemen aro pieparing for the
races to bo held on tho 11th of Juno,
A number of tho "ileet-footcrs" arc
out at tho track, in tiain.
Slit. Dillingham was made to Bay
in SaUuday's Bulletin that tho
price of milk in San Diego is 25
cents: it should havoJeon 15 cunts.
v The Poi tuguebo prisoner, who, with
il Chinaman, escaped fiom Sheriff
Cliillingworth u week ago yesteiday,
was caught over in Kancoho, Koolau,
last evening, and is now languishing
in a Station House cell.
The baseball match on Saturday
between tho Honolulus and a picked
team from the Vaudalia and Adams,
was won by the Honolulus. Tho
score at tho ond of tho game stood,
Honolulus 21, Vandalia 18.
The "Gazette" may bo quito right
$n its surinifo (hat tho Bomervillo,
Slass., "Journal" man had been read
ing marked copies of tho Honolulu
Bulletin and "Advertiser," when ho
(tho SIissachuaottH man) suggested
that llio world would uoUufibr much
0jf many young writers would muko
their msinuooript all spacoj only
proof id wanting up to date. But
evidence is alieady to hand that tho
an Prancisco ".Newsletter" diw-
reach a similar conclusion while
j-cadiug .tho "Hawaiian Gazotte,"
V Jlnp I-liiO of
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tun Hnlnwa, Kortli Kohala, Ha
waii property sold by Mr. Jaa F. Mor
gan Satuidny noon, was kuockod
down to Dr. J. Wright for 92,000.
The Bluo Ribbon entcitainmenl
on Satuidiiv night last in the Y. M.
C. A. hall was well attended, notwith
standing tho other uttr.ictions. Tho
prognnntno was well rendered. The
Rev. S. E. Bishop closed the enter
tainment with n powerful appeal to
work in the cause of temperance.
Mn. F. Gludo and Miss B. Von Holt
will be united in niarriago to-morrow
morning at 11 :!?0 o'clock, at St An
drew's Cathcdial. After tho mai
liago ceremony tlieio will bo u re
ception at the residence of tho Rev.
Mr. and Sirs. Mackintosh, Nnuanu
Avenue. No wiiltou invitations
have been or will bu issued, but all
fiionds and acquaintances of tho
brido and bridegroom will bo gladly
Tho Roj'al Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Slarcli Vienna Pclilld
Overture liandit's Ti ieks Suppc
Finale Lohengi in .. , Wagner
Reminiscences of Meycibccr. . .Godfrey
Slodlcy Reverie t Beyer
Wltz On tlie Blue Lake . . . .Millocker
Galop Cossack's Rldd A. lllocker
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Sleeting of Harmony Lodge I. O.
O. F. at 7:30.
Book-keeping class in the Y. SI.
C. A. rooms at 7:30 o'clock.
Sleeting of tho Pacific Hose Co., at
7 :30 o'clock.
Baud Concert at Emma Square at
Sleeting of Geo. W. Do Long
Post G. A. It. at 7:30 o'clock r. it.
Drill of Co. B. Honolulu Rifles at
7:30 o'clock i. si.
On Saturday night tho new organ
of Kaumaknpili Church was inaugu
rated by Sir. "Wiay Taylor, who has
been appointed permanent organist.
The large church was sparcely occu
pied owing, no doubt, to other at
tractions and the high pi ice of ad
mission. The programme as previ
ously arranged, was well executed.
This magnificent instrument was
built b' Slessis. Bevingion & Sons,
Soho, London, England, and is ex
ceptionally fine, embracing all the
modern improvements, and some
peouliar only to the instruments
from this manufactory. The bel
lows aro worked by hydraulic power,
and arc compounded, so that a
steady volume of air can always be
relied" upon. The case is of pilch
pine with projecting trumpet pipes
in the center. The front pipc3 are
handsomely decorated in gold and
color, and are made of white metal.
All the appointments arc in perfect
condition, and the congregation of
Kaumakapili Church arc congratu
lated upon such a valuable acquisi
tion to their church fittings.
DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The sailing of tho S. S. Austialia
to-day was a little late (12:10
o'clock) but nevertheless more live
ly that it has been for sbnic time
past. Slany popular Honoluluans
were among the passengers and
could be readily detected by the
abundance of flowers about them.
A number of stranger tourists
caught the flower fever, and nearly
all of them were covered with
wreaths, notably Sir. JT. A. Burns
of San Diego, who could hsidly bo
scon for flowers. The Hawaiian Band
enlivened tho scene, by playing
"The girl I left behind me" as the
steamer moved away from the dock.
A cloud of handkerchiefs and hats
waved adieu from the duck. The
number of peoplu to see tho steamer
and friends off was unusually large.
One hundred and seventy passen
gers went by tho steamer, CI in the
cabin and 100, in the steerage.
Among tho steerage passengers were
01 Portuguese. When the cry of
"all aboaid" and "all shore" was
sounded, and the gang plank was
about to be lowered, a very nice
looking young lady, a stranger, took
possession of the gang plank and
would not budge until Tier husband
came. The delinquent spouse was
saying jood-bye to friends on
wharf, but got aboa,rd in timo.
A VOICE FROM KOOLAU.
Knnoit Bullltin: With your
permission I would avail myself of
your open column to bring to the
notice of tho proper authorities a
matter which concerns us in this
district, and which they (tho autho
rities) should look into with tho
viow of mending.
In a few words it is this: Hero in
the district of Koolaupoko aio sev
eral Chinese establishments whero
intoxicants nro illicitly sold. Beer,
wine and spirits can be had in al
most any quaulit3'; and without the
slightest iliUlculty, by thoio who
liave tho cash, This in not all, a
ganibling-housu is kept in opciation
by celestials, whero simple natives
iitul others aro fleeced of their hard
Tho facts are not secrete and
Jiook M Iho lino I.J no of
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these acts aro not done in the dark.
Those facts nio well known and tho
acts ao performed 6omi-opcnly.
The facts aro known to tho Sheriff
and the police, and tho act3 aro per
petrated under their eyes.
The people of tho district who
respect the law, are sick of this con
dition of things, and yearn for re
formation. Let the head authori
ties In Honolulu come over here and
thoroughly investigate, and they
will find eveiy thing I have, said to
be tiuc, and finding them to
bo true, wo respectfully ask them
to do their duty by appointing ofil
ccis who will cuforcu obedience to
tho law, and uphold its majesty.
A Kusiulkt or Titn Distiuct.
Koolaupoko, April 7.
RAIN FALL, MILLS STORE.
M inch' 30 1.45
" ai 3.81
Apill 1 ....0.47
' 2 35
" 3 2.11
" 4 CO
Two mornings l.Uelv tho thermome
ter was down to 48 and 50 dog. lespect
lely. SUPREME YoURTIjFthF HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS APRIL TERM, 1888.
iiEi'onr, DOLE, J.
A. S. CIcghorn, Collector-General
of Customs, vs. W. S. Luce.
Killing on defendant's demurrer.
The following grounds of dc
muirerato offered by defendant's
1 Tho statute peremptorily re
quires that "there shall always be
annexed to the petition a liberal
copy of the voucher upon whicli it
2 The form of the action should
be debt instead of assumpsit
3 The declaration fails to show
any right of action in tho Collector
General of Customs.
4 The only fact alleged is that
"defendant withdrew and received
from the Custom House in said
Honolulu, without the payment of
duty thereon, the several amounts
of liquor mentioned and referred to
in said bill of particulars, which
said liquor had before its said with
drawal and receipt by said defen
dant, been imported and introduced
into this kingdom from abioad;"
and the other averments are not
traversable, being merely conclu
sions of law sought to bo based, as
all matteis of law must rest on such
facts as are pleaded.
5 There is no averment negativ
ing the exceptions in tho statute
whicli provides that no import duties
shall be levied upon goods imported
for naval stores, for foreign diplo
matic representatives, for the King
and Queen, or for the use of the
In regard to the first ground of
demurrer, i. c., the requirement that
the orders referred to in the bill of
particulars should have been made
a pait of the complaint, the case of
Shawmut Slutual Fire Insurance
Co. vs. Stevens 9 Allen 332, is
authority that such an objection
may properly be raised by demurrer.
I think that the defendant is entitled
to have the orders in question an
nexed to the petition under the pro
visions of sections 1 100 and 1 102 of
tlie Civil Code. Such orders appear
to be tho written evidences or vouch
ers upon which the action is predi
cated. The bill of particulars at
tached to tho petition is not a bill of
particulars in any exact sense; and
furnishes little detailed information
to the defendant.
The plaintiff has expressed his
willingness to furnish copies of the
ordeisin question, which if done
within a leasonable time would
piobably satisfy the defendant on
'this point if this were the only
ground of demurrer.
The objection that the form of
action should bo debt instead of
assumpsit I will consider in connec
tion with the fourth ground of de
murrer, that the facts alleged, do
not justify the inferenco drawn from
them by tho declaration. If it
had been alleged that the defendant
being the owner or consigneo or tho
authorized agent of the owner or con
signee of tho liquors in question,had
withdrawn them without securing or
paying the duties payable on them,
in that caso I think that it is clear
that debt would be the proper form
of theaction. (United States vs. Ly
man 1 Slason 481): but tho declar
ation in this caso sets foith no
statutory obligation on the part of
tho defendant to pay tho duties in
question ; and the inferenco of law
set f oi th by the declaration that
"said several sums of money should
have been paid or secured by said
defendant to tho Collector-General
of Customs," etc., does not follow
from the allegations of fact, for it
is nowhere averred that defendant
was tho owner or consignee or
authorized agent of the owner or
consignee of tho liquors in question,
whereas sen. MG of the Civil Code
"No person shall outer any goods
ami secure tho duties on tium as
principal in the bond, unless ho Is
the owner or consignee at tho time
tho vessel enters poit, or unies ho
is the authorized agent of such
owner or consignee."
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Fall Dress White Yests,
Therefore as tho defendant docs
not appear to have any statutory
relations with the Government in
connection with thoso goods as an
ownor or consigneo, I do not see
how the Government has an action
of debt against him, and for the
same reasons I do not seo how the
Government could bring an action
to collect the said duties from this
defendant except t)y indebitatus as
sumpsit or by an action of tort, and
I am doubtful if the law would im
ply a contract under tho circum
stances. But the complaint is demurred to
on the ground that the facts alleged
do not support tho plaintiff's i'laiin.
Tho facts are that tho defendant
withdrew liquor from tho Custom
House, which had been imported
from abroad, presumably by other
parties. It is not stated that he
wa3 the owner or consignee. Tho
declaration proceeds to claim that
"by law theic was collectable and
payable and due from said defend
ant as duty upon and in respect of
said several amounts of liquor the
said several sums of money," etc.
Now, it does not follow us a propo
sition of law that because an indi
vidual withdraws dutiable goods
from the Custom House without se
curing or paying duties thereon, he
is liable to the Government for the
It is also contended by the de
fendant that the allegations of the
petition aro insufficient becauso the
goods referred to are described as
"liquors" which are not necessarily
dutiable by the statute. I think
that this is a defect in pleading, but
as the demurrer is allowed upon
other grounds I need not further
In legard to the objection that
the declaration should have averred
that the goods in question wero not
within the exceptions of the statute,
I have not been able to satisfy my
self fully. The case of Spieres vs.
Parker in 1 Durnford & Easts Re
ports 141, which supports tho doc
trine that such allegation is essen
tial in actions for a penalty under
an act of parliament, docsnot seem
to be closely applicable to this case.
Tho third giound of demurrer,
that the declaration fails to show
any right of action in the Collector
General of Customs, appears to me
to be a valid objection upon tho re
assuring on the same point in the
ruling on the demurrer in the case
of the Collector-General vs. G. "W.
Slacfarlanc & Co.
I therefore allow the demurrer
upon the first, third and fourth
A. S. CIcghorn, Collector-General
of Customs, vs. G. W. Slacfav
lanc & Co.
Ruling on defendants' demurrer.
The grounds of tho demuirer are
as follows :
1 The declaration shows that the
liquors referred to were withdrawn
from the Custom House more than
six mouths before the action was
begun, wherefore the action is bar
red by the statute of limitations set
forth in section 081 of the Civil
Code which is as follows: "All
suits brought against any person,
vessel, goods or other property for
the violation of any provisions of
the revenue laws, and all suits
brought against any olliccr of the
Customs, or other person for any
thing done in pursuance of the re
venue laws, shall be commenced
within six months after such viola
tion is discovered or such thing
2 If this action is not a suit for
violation of any provisions of tlie
revenue laws, the Collector-General
had no authority to bring it.
In'the first place, in reference to
the contention of the Atlornpy
General, that a more liberal standard
should prevail where the rights of
the Government are at stake than in
the case of a private individual, it
is clear to'me that in any proceeding
in which the Government is a party,
unless it is allowed some privilege
or advantage by law, it stands upon
the same footing with other litigants
and may not claim a right to special
accommodation or exceptional leni
ency on tho ground that it is the
If this action is a suit for tho
violation of a provision of the re
venuo laws as contemplated by the
above quoted buction, there is no
doubt in my mind that tho Gov
ernment would bu barred by the
But this does not seem to mo to
bo a suit for the violation of a pro
vision of tho revenue laws as con
templated by the statute. Tha'Col-leetot-Gcneral
is authorised by Sec
tion COG of the Civil Code to bring
such suits ill his owii name on be
half of the Hawaiian Government.
The title of Article 2G of tho Civil
Code in which these sections are
found is, "Of smuggling and other
fiauds against tho Reveiiuo laws,"
and it appears to me frpm a careful
reading of the whole' ai tide that the
violations of tho provisions of the
revenue laws contemplated in Sec
tions GOG aud G81 aro biicli us uro
debciibed in the 2illh Aiticlu, uuuh
as smuggling, the cabo of a police
olllcer I of ming to assist an olliccr of
customs in making a seaich or
seizure (sec. 0G4), interfering with
the olllcers of customs while making
a search or seizin o (sec, 6G5) ami.
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others of a somewhat similar character
and that the suits that the Collector
General ia authorised to bring far
snob, violations aro proceedings for
tho seizure and forfeiture of goods
and for the nircst of persons and
their punishment by fine and in some
cases by either fine or imprison
ment. This is an action of assumpsit for
money which it is claimed is duo the
Government from the defendants by
virtue of an implied promise to pay
it, but it is not a suit for a violation
of provision of tho levenuo laws:
tho basis of the action is a promise
to pay and not a violation af law.
This conclusion is homo out by Sec
tion 522 of the Civil Code which
provides that if a bond for the pay
ment of duties shall not bo paid
when duo' the Collecto-General shall
cause a prosecution to bo begun for
tho recovery of the money due
thereon. This I think shows that
the legislature did not regard the
prosecution of a bond for duties as
a suit for tho violation of the revenue
laws, and therefore deemed it neces
sary to givo the Collector-General
special authority for the prosecution
of sucli bonds.
It has suggested in argument that
the circumstances of the claim be
fore the Court wero not contemplated
by the legislature; this is almost
a matter of course ; the legislature
could not havo expected that the
Collector-General would ever allow
dutiable goods to be withdrawn with
out the payment or provision for the
payment of the duties, and they
certainly have not given him the
authority to bring in his own name,
an action to collect such unpaid
Tho demurrer is tlieieforo allowed
on the second ground i. c. that the
Collector-General had no authority
to bring the case.
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Bcretania street near Piikol.
(Formerly SIcGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, Fronch and German taught, aud
Stusic Lessons given.
A eafo conveyance will cull for and re
turn chiUlri'ii living at a distance.
72 SlutuulTelephonc No 504. 3m
(the oxlv reliable blood runiFUiR)
A Specific for
Hcroruln, ttnlt Xtheuiu,
Xcitratgin. Itlnir "Worm,
And all olhcr Skin and Blood Disoascs.
It Kegulates the
LIVER AND KIDNEYS,
Cure Indlget tlon, anil all Diseases
arising fiom an cnfechled cou.
diiion of tlio system.
Dr. Slartine, of Loudon, tile celebrated
Bpeclallit, fays of PARDEE'S REMEDY :
" f have used it lor twenty years for
Blood Diseases, such as hcrofula, Salt
Kticum, Ttter and Cancer, mid I cannot
recommend it too highly."
'I he Ituv, Dr. Thouvis. of Hon': Kong,
China, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY is a
wonderful medicine for tho blood. I
lime prescribed it hundreds of times for
leprosy, and, wuen given in time It al
ways cured the patient. 1 can f afoly t-ay
that leprosy will never break out on per.
sons who iiiku l'ardte'a Remedy legu.
larly, nud 1 advisu nil person living in
countries whiTa Icpruty is prevalent to
take Pardee's Item uly os a prevcuthe."
For Salo by all Druggists In Honolulu.
COTTAGE TO LET.
J7IVL minutes' wulk
: the Post Ofilce.
able for a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAKIUT.
i Appiy iu
COTTAGES TO LET.
TWO COTTAGES fully
appointed, huiiiitif lly
located, within 5 minutes'
walk of tho Post Olilco. An opportu.
nlly seldom offered to securo a comfort
ablo homo within cisy icncli of tliu
husluess purt of tho city. Eor parti.
ouliuH Inciuiro at
I Opt tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
p"nVBEN Piikol anil Kuu
L HumiiUti Mtacti, lot iunn
'& Wuoui'li to Kin n Mivot, 100
feet frontage. Grol p:nlt!o. tVltigh
coniauis 5 looms canine, t house uml
utiles for a or 4 horao. Rom $ iti per
montti. Apply to
J, E. EUOWN & CO,,
4 tf 23 MvrcUaut fatreeU
f - 'Mfa"' -tfe-ttrtfiw MJwafr'
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the Steamer Australia, due here on
April 3rd, Mr. Ehrlich will feturirto Hono
lulu, with a large and varied stock of Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gent's furnishing goods
Part of these goods have been imported
direct from Now York, . whore they were
manufactured expressly for this market.
The entire lot of these goods will bo of
fered at prices whicli will prove highly
satisfactory to everyone.
"We Avill take great pleasure in showing
these goods to the public
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Invin & Co.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S. '
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at ;
G. WEST& CO.'S. . ;. -
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at ' -
G. WESTJc CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and New Clironios, at
6. WEST& CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
' G. WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carnages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
"Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianoa, Organs, Guitars, Aecordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Violins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, 'at
G. WEST Jt CO.'S, '
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order, at
G. WEST & CO.S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned 'and
Repaired, at- V ;
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
WEST & GO.'S. 105 Fort Street.
Dupco Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Hdlioa, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Potk, Smoked Halibut, Extra Solect Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Gormea,
UiicltiiiM & Fmutu American Feud o.' Atixort'd Moupa,
Ridges Fond, Imnprinl Gramim, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Unilmiu Wafers, Oalon Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Craukery, Ginger W.ifors, Chocolate Wafers, ProUoU, Pruned,
l);toa, Nuts, Apples, Fieneh Peas, Pop Com, Garden Swds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Faucy Groceries, at Prices to Salt the Times.
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Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and.
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