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Refuge In a Balloon.
An eccentric old gentleman in Lincolnshire,
Enpland, ape eighty-three, in, it is ptated, so
firmly convinced of :he approaching end of the
world, that he ban ordered an immense balloon
to he made for his own convenience, by means
of which he hopes tu witness the destruction
of the planet without sharing the fate of its
inhabitants. He will take with him in his
ascent tinned provisions, brandy, soda-water,
claret and other creature comforts in sufficient
quantities to meet his requirements for three
years, u hh '- - ,
have come to a natural close. He is of(
opinion that among the debris of the world '
will 1 ceveral large fragment, on one of
which he will be able to effect a depcent at an
opportune moment and find a refuge for his ,
few remaining ears. He proposes tn take
with him no companion but a gamekeeper, who ,
lias been long in his service and for whom he j
has a great regard. Ho has, however, warned ;
this faithful retainer, who is only fifty-two
years old, that when the provisions in thebal- t
loon are exhausted he will have to shift for I
himself, and may therefore in three years j
time be without means of subsistance. Having
made these arrangements, the old gentleman is .
peciG, ne aec.arl logot uu utu muu
world than with it.
Note Prom Corea.
General A. C. Jones, United States Consul
at Nagasaki, Japan, has forwarded to the
Slate Department a private letter written by j
Dr. Frank Cowan giving an account of a visit
to Corea, whoso mysterious confines he recent- I
ly bucctreded iu penetrating. As a naturalist, i
and nominally suigcon of a Japanese steamer, j
he entered the ports of Fcsan and Giugan, on .
the eastern coast, which by treaty are open to
Japauese commerce. During his stay he col
lected much rare information and many
Becimcns illustrating the physical and social
condition of this strange country and its in
habitants. MVith repect to gold," writes
Dr. Outran. 41 1 am of the oniuiou that the ;
next of the countries on the golden rim of the J
Pacific, after Teru, California and Australia, I
to disturb the monetary equilibrium of the
world will be Corcu. And with respect to my
relations with the Coreans, I may add that,
bearing no banner mure alarming than a
butterfly-nct and no weapons more formidable
and provocative cf war than a pencil and pill
box. I excited only a good-humored curiosity
and a smile of mingled araascment ana amuse
ment at my incomprehensible occupation, and
was unmolested accordingly. I saw nothing
in the shape of a wcapou among them, and
nothing in their features and manners of the
ferocious wreckers and piratical cutthroats, of
which I have read and heard as forming an
alarming proportion of the people of the
From the North Sea to the Baltic.
This may be known iu the future as the era
of canal digging. One of the many gigantic
projects which are now engaging the attention
of engineers and capitalists the world over is
the construction of a canal between the North
Sea and the Italtic, first suggested after the
conclusion of the Danish war. According tn
the original plan, as drawn by the Fiunsiau
Government engineer Lentze in 1 60S, the canal
was to run from St. Margareilien, on the Lower
Elbe, to Eckeniforde, on the Baltic; and the
cost was estimated at 81,000,000 marks. It
was afterward decided that, in order to make
the canal more valuable from a strategical
point of view, it should debouch in tlio Bay of
Kiel, and the extra expense of doing this was
estimated by Lentze at 50,000,000 marks.
Various objections, however, were made to the
plan, chiefly on the grouud of esne. and it
was ultimately dropped. Other proKpalii w ere
.subsequently made fiom time to time; and in
1&76 a Hamburg engineer, lierr Dj hie trow,
published a pamphlet ttrungly advocating the
establishment of a waterway between the two
t-cas as a matter of international interest, and
suggesting that the work should be under
taken by a joint-siock company sulisidizcd by
the Government. The btate of the money
market at that time was tiot fa rouble to the
establishment of aompany for the purpose;
but the matter has now seriously been taken
np by private financiers, and a second pamphlet
lias been issued by Uerr DahUtronifrUggtsting
that the canal should proceed from BrunsLuttel
to Holtcncan, in the Baltic, and estimating its
cost at 90,000,000 marks.
Plncfcy Mountain Women.
Mrs. Marshall and Miss Taylor of Fire-hole
Basin, Montana, were the heroines of qiiitn a
remarkable adventure lately. It seems that
they were surprised one afternoon by seeing a
large cinnamon bear on the rof of the root
house, endeavoring to make his way to the
succulent viands contained therein. They
tried to scare the animal awaj with such mis
siles as were in reach, but bruin didn't mm re
worth a cent, and continued to tear the roof of
the house as though they were not in the
vicinity. Fearing they would be lett footle s
and famine-ntricken they decided upon trying
other means, and getting a Sharp's rifle whirl)
hung in the huusc, they overcame their femi
nine aversion to Mich weapons, loaded up the
gun, and going tn the corner of the l.ouc took
good aim and fired with such good effect that
the bear came tumbling off the roof and made
a bee-line for his tormentors, who women
like, dropped the gun and ran into the houe
and securely barred the door. Umble to get
Ktthcm the bear struck lor the timber, and the
ladies, seeing him going, picked up the gun
reloaded it and followed him. , They had not
pnx-eeded far iu the timber when they heard
the bear groaning heavily, as if much hurt,
and, cautiously seeking their opportunity,
thev rested their gun across a log, agnin let
drive with such good aim as to Mioot it through
the heart, killing it almost instantly. Jun
Notice to the Public
To avoid Imposition, purchasers of Walthim Tfatchn
will observe that eery j cnnlne witch. aether pold or
eilrer. brar our trade mark on both case nd movement
Gold can tn stamped "A. W. CoV and coarantee
certificate accompany them. M1rrcaei are stamped
"Am. Watch Co., Waltham, itati., Merlins Silver," and
are accompanied by guarantee certificate, blpned It. K.
Kobbint. Treamrer. The name "Waltham" it plainly
mpriTed upon all movement , irrecpeclivc ot cither
dUtingui thing maiki.
Tnl caution la rendered necessary by reason of the
fact that onr cafe are freqaently separated from oar
movements and pot Into orthle movements of other
makers, and rice rrta, thoa affecting Injonooly the
performar.ee of thewatchep and vitiating our guarantee,
which if intended tocoicronly our compute Matches
wholly made by vat. It is neceetary. a), because it it
to notorious as to be a public scandal, that there is
preat fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver
cases as now generally sold. We have demonstrated by
frequent assays that many gold and silt er lases offered
in tne market axe debased from 10 to 20 pr cent, from
th quality theyassnme to be. This is a fraud upon the
purchaser, and accounts for the low price at which soch
cased watches have been sold.
W take this occasion to announce that we have re
cently entirely remodelled the ery popular grades of
full plate movements, knomn by the marks " m. EI
lery, Applcton,Traey &. Co.," "Waltham Watch Co.,"
" P. S.BartJttt," and "Broadway" ciine to tbem not
only a hichly improved appearance, but great additional
lalue. We embody in them such of the best results of
our experience and study for twenty years as can be
useful in this popular form of watch. We git these
new model watches special recommendation to ail who
look for good performance and solid excellence at mod
crate cot- The alterations have been made with the
view of pleasing practical watch makers, as well as
We araii ourselves, too. of this occasion to warn the
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
Waltham goods, in all grades, is now so generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, s?wiss and American,
seem to have no resource nut to prer-cnt the attraction
of low price. Their good being Inferior to ours, they
have to eell them for what they can get.
People generally ut knowing a pood watch from a
bad one. tery often allow a small price to decide them.
William MorrU. the eminent Knglith lectnier on Art
and Labor Topics, in a recent lectcre delivered before
the "Trades Guild," says :
1 know that the nuolic n cencral are set upon hav
ing tbiu?s cheap, bfing so ignorant that they do not
know when they get them naMy: also so ignorant that
they neither know nor care whether thrygtte a man bis
due. I knon that the manufacturer, to called, are so
et on carrjing out competition to its minuet, competi
tion of cheapness, not of excellence, that they meet the
bargain hunters hall way. and cheerfully furnish them
with nasty wares at tie cheap price they arc &kcd for,
by means of uhbt can be called by no prettier name
Ueare much mistaken if this what the public wants
or expects, of us. at lefctt. Good watcher cannot be
made when neither workman nor employer has pride in
Lie occupation; interest and pits nre in ibe work are
both wanting, and both arc essential in good watch
making. Low price, er-ecialt3 in watches, tntant tow
quality, tciIA loir performance and high rejiair$.
Our rnUbion was, and our business, is, to make good
watchr. n haiever the c ot : holding firmly to this single
Piriose, we havf seen improvement in quality and re
daction iu cott. by mean oi dii-corrrie a.n'l improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go steadily
together, until we can truly say, Waltham Watche. in
their respective grades are the bet watches made and
a to the loiter grade?, they arc wiihin the reach of ev
erybody who earns wages. Our prices are at- low as
they ought to be. and as low as thty will be. Watches
cannot be made for nothing, even by machinery. Wc
say to the public, buy a good watch while jouare about
it. and pay a proper price for it. The more you pay an
holiest duller the better MOUfittl ou will be in the end :
don't be deceived by cheapnes quality deccende faatu
For American Watcb Co., of Waltham, Slats.
ROQBINS & APPLETON,
e!2 ly General Agents. New York, TJ. Is. A.
All the above line of Waltham Watches for sale
at the More of 31. McINKItNY, Sole Agent for this
Alio, Agnt for tbr GOIillAM STERLING SILVER
WAKE. The Trade supplied at the Lowest Prices.
DRESS AND FA8CY GOODS
A Candid Opinion-
A Detroit lawyer, famous for lus wise and
candid oiininns, was the ot cr day visited by
a young attorney, who expl.iiued :
' 1 was admitted to ilje bar two years ag;o,
and I think I know something about law, yot
the minute I anso 10 address the jury I forget
all my points and can say nothing. Now I
want to ask you if tins docs'ut show lack of
confidence in myscll, and how can 1 overcome
Tho wise attorney shut his eyes and studied
the case for a moment before answering :
' My young friend, if it is a lack of confi
dence in yourself it will some day vanish,
but if it is a lack of brains you had better sell
out your office effects and buy a pick ax uud
long handled shovel.'
' liut how nru I lo determine .'
'I'd buy the pick ax and run my chances J"
whispered the aged adviser, as lie moved over
to the peg for his overcoat. Ex.
i!L I'remltes known a -LLL'LAXI" KnUo-X.
kanua, latelv occupied by II. B. M Commissioner,
Jame Hy Wodchouse. Esq. The buildings have jnt
oreii immmguiv pauiieu, papeiru, cnu (mcrwuc in
prated for the beutfit of the tenant. Govern meet
water laid on, besides having a nlndnitll. u ith a supplj
of gol iwet and clean heaTthj water, which has been
analysed by lrof. Thoaipsoi of the Challenger Erpe
ditlou,nndprononnced by him the bet he had teen
since he left Eiigland.
!Tr porticnlart, innoire of
W SI JAS. S. LEilON.
Will be on Exliibitioa
FOR S ALB
AS FOLLOWS :
Alpicas, Black and Colored ;
Lit-cns, AVJiite, Crown and Figured ;
Tissues, White, Brown and Ecrn;
Ribbons, Velttt, Silk, Satin & Brocaded
Edgings and Insertions, Laces,
Dainaik, lied, White, Greeu and Yellow
Merinos in all Colors,
Ornaments of the Latest Styles,
Silks and Satins, Plain and Brocaded ;
Embroidery, Silk, Linen and Cotton ;
Shirts, White and Colored;
Blitts Black and Colored, for Ladies and
Iice Ties and Shawls,
Silk Fringes and Buttons.
AS I AM SOW CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
rI?lie LsiteMt Styles
BY EVERY ARRIVAL,
I Aik the Public to Give Me a Trial
BEFORE GOING ELSEWIIEliE.
A. M. MELLIS,
104 Tort St. Brewer's Block. Honolulu, H.
'PUB X'UIJI.IC AUK UEllKBY
JL cautioned against negotiating any of the following
btock Certificates of the Waimanalj ugar Company,
the same having been lost ficm the o&ce of the under
Certificates numbered from .'01 to C00, loth Inclusive.
The abotc certificates are ice tied to Thomas Cummins,
Enq., and art ralutltti to any other fxtton, as they are
only transferable on the books of the Company by said
Cummins or his duly authorized attorney.
Any person flndlu; and returning the abotetomy
office will be suitably rewarded.
A. J. CAirnVRIGlIT.
Ilonololn. Joly 30, lSl. tGl
XI TJ. CUO CHIXG JS XOLOGEIt
J I. in our emplovnient. and ha noauthoritT to inate
; contracts on our behalf, lie if now engaged in busi
j ness on his own account, C. if. Wo Cllt'G,
I Xanana Street.
1 Honolulu, Augu&tZH, 1541. &7
Cornerof Fort and Hotel Streets,
The Largest lyssc Store
Weber Pianos, Decker Pianos, Fisher Pianos, Matlieslieik Pianos
Every American HP iano.
1V ran nnrl WTT.T. SKI.T. MITOH CHEAPER tliaii any one can buy tlio Bame inalrnment in
San Francisco. We keei constantly in stock most of the LEADING LINES, and POSITIVELY
ASSEKT that wc will sell you u Piaco &0 that you will SAVE from t50 to S100 by )UicUae
iuj; of us. If you have a Poor, Chcaj), or Old Worn Out Pjano, nail this
EXTRAORDINARY OFFER !
OLID PIANOS 3M:AX3S3 WJal'W !
NINETY DAYS OFFER ONLY.
We will dnrinir tlio next ninety days EXCHANGE NEW TIANOS FOR OLD PIANOS I
and allow much more than thoy are worth lor tliem. while we will sell the new piano
AT THE VERY LOWEST GASH PRICE.
Wc offer Mason & Hamlin's well-known and justly celebrated make at S100 to 150. The
Estey Organ, it will be aluio.t uunecessaiy to sptakot, us all lovers of organ music are so well
aware of its excellence. This j;ranJ .'notrumcnt we oiler for S125 up to $050.
We uutlier add a list (.1 .Musical instruments, witli I lie lowest quotation of prices, anil we
will euarantee to carry out our customers' orders with caie, taste and judirment, and with th
same regard to economy as if they were present.
Concertinas. . . .
...SI2 00 to 75 00
... 10 00 to 50 00
... 5 00 to 30 00
. . . 3 00 to 30 00
... 1 00 to IS 00
Drums 3 1 00 to $35 00
Tambourines 1 00 to 5 00
Coruus 15 00 to CO 00
Clarionets 25 00 to 50 00
Fifes 1 50 to 2 00
Triangles I 20 to 2 00
Flutes 2 50 to 15 00
VIOLIN ATTACHMENTS :,
Violin Bows, Boxes, Resin, Keys, Bridges, Finger Boards, Tail Pieces, Mutes, and tins Finest
GUITAR AND BANJO ATTACHMENTS :
Patent Screw Heads, Keys, Pegs, and tho Finest Imported Strings..
Reeds for Clarionets, Drum, Tambourine and Banjo Heads.
Pianos, Organs, and all kinds of Musical Instruments
Tuned and Repaired by a First-Class Workman.
THE NEW AMERICAN SEW1M A1ACHNE
(Recently improved) stands on its own merits. More than 515,000 worth of tlieie machines
have lieeu sold here within the past three yeafa. For family uu they are unsurpassed.
A FULL LINE OF
CONSTANTLY ON HINJ),
iid. n t G-rently Reduced TVioo !
Having purchased these Goods at EXTRAORDINARILY LOW FIGURES for spot cash
wo give our customers the benefit.
fiar FURNITURE PARLORS at 101'4 Fort Stroc. MUSIC STORE and SALES ROOM.
66 aud 63 Fort Street.
17 lex. e Latest T r i -u m ;g la. !
We have Just received a largo invoice of the
SPRIXGFIEJL.D SEWING MACHINE!
This is the roost important of all tho wonderful achievements of mechanical inventions to
any one who has auv sewing lo do, for the following reasons : The Springfield Sewing Machine
is made up of tho good points of many machines combined in one.
Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch.
GEO. F. WELLS.
nonolnla, Jane 70
JOB PRINTING OFFICE !
rruic i'M.r.i:si(Mi ivir.1 oii:. a jou
Jl lITIo omcf
On or about the 16th Instant, wlicn they will be pre
pared to rtcehe
Orders for Printing-
Bill and Letter Heads, Receipt.
Draft?, Xotet Visiting Cards, Contracts,
Hill of lading. Posters and other Printing.
BINDING & PAPER BTJLING
Establishment In connection ulth the Above, makes It
the onlj complete office In the Islands.
last to hind, ex late arrival, an Invoice of
Vr'rttinr; and Copying Papers,
Tracing Cloth. Triangles,
Paper Files, Tens, Inks,
CRICKET BALLS, &c. &c.
sa wiurNEV .t ki:i;ktso..
"Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
No. TJ King St. (opposite Iicthcl St.) Honolulu.
1 Letters Written, RcnU and liills Collected,
Houses. Lands and Uooins Kcnted.
Books kept by the Week, Month or (Jnarter, at reaion
iaartly Hills made ont, dt:llrcrel and collected.
Constitution. Uj-Law. llcporti. Ac., Ac, of Commit
lees, Ijuneyit, Jrc, drawn up ulth accuracy and ili
Amanuensis and Copyist Work done for Invalid or other
perioas requiring ucb erricei.
c" Constant attention to the Interests of patrons and
business secrets preserved Inviolate.
Terms Reasonable Patronage Solicited.
PAINTS AND OiLS.
VTI.ANTIC I.tlAD I A rACiiAUCSOl'STO
Zinc White, nnbbuck Lead,
lloilcd Paint Oil tn balk and Is 5 gallon dromi,
A fall assortment fancy Color Taintf .
2 E1S DOLLES CO
THE IDfnEKSIGXED IS IKi:
parcdlo tranlate, with accuracy aud dispatch,
and on rcaconable terms.
Deed, X.OASOS. &cv. ;c.
From English to Hawaiian, and rice xtrta. He si dene e.
4 Emma street. May be found at the Government
Law Library daily from V to 12 o'clock.
63 lo II. L. SRELDOX,
COLUMBIA RIVEIl SALMOX, IX
barreJa and halt barrels. For salj br
HOLIES & Co.
0. BREWER & GO.
EXPECT BY THE FIXE
American Bark " Ceylon,"
Duo from Boston in October
The Following List
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
AVHICH WILL BE
OFFERED FOR SALE TO AERIVE,
Upon. Easy Tonus
Steam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Franklin Coal in casts, for Family Use.
130 degrees test,
Cnt Nails, 3d to 403,
Lanterns, Charcoal Irons,
Hunt's Aies, Hunt's Hatchots,
Curd IVE ntches,
Tar, Pitch, Eosin, Turpentine,
3VCtX3.-ll. CordLago, .
A CHOICE ASSOKTUEENT OF
Corn Starch, Tomatoes,
Boston Baked Beans (Genuine),
Fjnicy Grackei'M I
Huckiu's Tomato and Hock Turtlo Soup,
Ham and Tongue,
Jlnlo aud Ox Carts,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAKS HIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE Nl'LEXDID STE.JISnip
Owiiic to the larce stock of mercbandiso in the
niarKtrt, we proiuju tu avil tins conaigumeut
A I Trices that will Suit our Customors.
PER LATE ARRIVALS,
A SMALL LOT OF THE
Boisnard, Gonzalez & Co.
FOUR AND FIVE CROWN
Medical or Family Use.
E. S, CUNHA,
Retail Dealer in hoice Wines and Spirits,
663 Mtrchant bt. bet. Btthel and Fort Sts.
O. E. HEEMSON.
No- 86 KING STREET.
GENERAL COfllMISSION MERCHANT,
I'mTlslons, Canned 1'rults, Flour, Cheese,
Mess Beet and Pork In small barrels,
Potatoes, Onions and Eggs
Ilest attention given to Consignments
C. E. HENSON.
BO m yi.eaKinst.
No. GJXnnannStTFlrc-proof Store, McLean's Block.
Cood Custom Work Guaranteed
AT FAIR PRICES.
A Fine Assortment of Cloths, Cassimercs,
Tweeds, &c. &c
Call and Soo Tor Yournolvci. K6
T SAVK,.TIlrS ESTABIiTSH.
and Pat.t MrdlcTtte. V". D. A. MABQCEZ?
Honoapo, JCa, Uarall, II. I. f SI la
WILL LEiVE HONOLULU FOR SiB FSHCISCO
On or abont Monday Sept 26.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK SPI-EJtDID RTKAJIS1IIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Oct. Ibx
For Freicbt and Pasure, uppljr to '
Goods lor Shipment pr Steamer ran now
be fitoml. Free ol C'lirtrEe. In tlie FIrr-n,
Wwrclioiite near the Meamsr H hiirr.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
ESSRS V. n. CUOSRlf AV
-LTJL lroNvrllldispatcba first das. Tetsel frcm v.
York to this Port about Sot 1st. Parties diH Z
ship bj this line direct, will need to forward orders ki
the Steamer of Snh of August, to assnre rcon, for n.ii
Agents In Honolulu.
lll.Mi, t JIAMtll.
Steamer Lilcellke will leaic lloaolnlu eacb Tnesciy
at 4 t. toucblnc at Labalna, JIaalaea Bay, JIalena,
lahnkona, Kawalbae, Lacpaboeboe and IIllo.
Iicturnlns will tonch at all the abore port antrlsr
at Honolulu each Sunday a. x.
erf" o Creillt for l'assjie JXoaey.
rr. ' ;..-! , .
IU' w vyru .ccouuis ior Paisarrs
public to lbene-es.lt of barl.i Bamare audPrelth?
plainly marked; the Steamer mill not W reswasikl.
lor any unmarked Basrace, or for lrrilbt or Parcels
unless ltrerliitnl lur. "i
Freight Money Una oa Semind.
.u ... i.-- ui ,or paIU(l BOI responsible .
unknown, the freight money will be requlredln adVao c"
I'AL'UAlillS ur LKH'OKS mill V1.M JIls.
HE I'l.AI.M.V MAltirs'is
For the Party whom they are for. or plainly stated In tie
receipt to whom they ar consigned. "wmiae
All deusnil4 fnr ri.mitp. n. Ir.. ......
one month. " wlu,
'" T "able for loss or accident to Use stock
jjjr- Hack Drivers. Boys, and such like, will not I.
allowed on board the bteamer on arrlraL until after tl.
passengers bare been landed. " "e
N WILDER Jt CO.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every "Week.
From A'eta York every Wednesday,
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGES
According to Accommodation.
KETUItN TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TERMS
Mcrrnsc s 's Ct,,.
Hnnl HrmmniiuTiilnn. ... .1 v. ... .
JAS. ALEXANDER. " "".
bute btteet, Boston,
VERXOX II. EROWX Jt CO,
4 Bowling Green, Sew York
Notice to Passenger, from Australia, New Zealand
and I lonolulu-The Cnnard Uneafiords more than aiaal
S.V, .V..,u lhlI"131'.P"e"?er3 from Traas-Psclte
Simy of dernTewYVr"11'05' tm,ttii'S " "L
XiT Good accommodations always reserred.
VER.NOK II. BROWN Jt CO,
J- 'X Bowling Green. New Y,k
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct
The A 1 flipper Schooner,
" M A JL O G. 2
Will sail from Honolulu to Hilo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports on the return trip.
r!r lf l&ht or I'Se, apply to the Captain on beard.
1 ' or A. FRANK COOKE.A;eit.
A. PRANK COOKE,
AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS:
Woilole, pii Malolo
"Waloll. !llH Jnlla
Walohn, jAA -Walmalu,
Gen. Slegel uUzi. Kalnaa.
FLAO-Ked with While lull. Offlce-Cornerof Qasen
s' and Nuuanu Streets. I
CHAS. BREWIR, & CO S
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
K T,,,E v WILL BC
pjjV Uom Boaon for 'leiolulu en or
Tho let (lay or November next,
Persons w iahing to order goiids shipped by this sesiel
should niall orders on or before September Hlh. rt
further particulars apply to
wa3ni C. BREWER CO.
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor & Co.-Agonts. s
i! r rr h a n i'l rr . . i ..) v. .... . ..... saTo
and liberal rabadr.nces made oa shlpraests bllJrt
E. P. ADAMS,
C5-R.O CERI 23
Invoices of New Goods
Just Received per " Ella," and
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
A SPECIALTY OP
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
tended?" ,mSX 0th" U!"'i' I'WJ l
"2 E P. ADAMS, nonoltln
TS IIKREKy GIVKXTHATI HAVE
r-- "J tjujy jjj sold out all the rljht. title ana in
terest In the business of Woodlawn Dairy, lo Jiesirs.
Tenny and Graham Brs, who will continue Ibe busi
ness onuer tne namo of - Woodlawn Dairy," commenc
ing August I. Iwl. All accounts against lbs old Iro
?.r.M."'n"tt,Lt" be P'esented wfthout deliy to V. T.
Iililljgham. 37 Fort street; and all accounts dae to
w oodlann Dairy may be paid to the drlser of tie tew
arm. or at tho offlcc of Dillingham 2: Co : rortSt.
,ke this occasion to thank the patrons cf Woodlawa
Dairy for past favors, and recommend the new firm fc
the patronsgeof the public
85' p.. P. DILLISUHAX-
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Extra He3s Beef
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CALIFORXIA EXTRA JIESS BEEF
Eastern Extra Prime Pork, Callforela Pis Pork
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7 For SaJe by; BOLUS A CoJ
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