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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, t88$.
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER i, i38S m I If. McGlnsitty & Son. CASTLE & COOKE HGLL1STER & CO. OHN. NOTT,
J .u ml o I'taee and l'tentjt n'htre the
Crotei'lfii1 Full of H'ttdom, Ami isriTis rm
Knoir linifHgh to VrnvUte for . No. 42 Queen Street.. ' V IIONOLVU', It. 1.
Thrmtrtre fjion nil i ' . ruuuajt cot&rih' Muni?
In' the region, where the Puchunk Cteek
gr6pc tt ilolhfitj.way along the western edge
of Sussex county,? to eventually hecome an
Intcrgral part of'ijie great Drowned Land 6f
New Jer$ey anil "New Vork, good lafmm'g
land Is plenty, and the follower ofthe plow
grows fit and rlftri;
Nqwhere, perhaps, In all the land of Jersey
docs the industrious and mellifluous crow
abound and appear more thrifty then hi
Pochunk'i garden spot, Yet, prevalant and
obtrurive as the jefow Is in that section, none
of those fearfully and wonderfully made
effigies Which the Jold'tllne fatmer fondly believed
carried terror to the soul -of the
marauding crow is to be seen guarding the
cornfield, The Tochunk farmer docs not
dangle' carcasses of dead crows from network
of twine fo convey to the minds of live ones
the alarming 'impression that the dead birds
were caught and hanged while visiting the
field to undo the planter's work; nor does he
hung gyrating fragments of dazzling tin from
lofty poles to awaken suspicion In the prowling
devastator of the cornfield, 1 suggested to ''
representative Pochunk tiller of the soil that
these facts were odd.
"Y-a-a-s," said he, "It does look so. But we
Used to set up the scarinest o all scarecrows,
an' run miles an' mlleso' cord 'round the fields
an' use oursclls up tryin' to think o' ways to
ketch a crow or two to hang on the strings;
an' the jiunks o' tin e used to tie to poles M
shingle all. the roofs in" the county. But when
we took to seein' the crows, yeati an' ycarsago,
llghtln' on the scarecrows '. an . tcarin their
clothes off, an' then, takin' the pieces o' rags
an' foldln' 'em up inter little bags, which they
carried with 'cm over the field an' filled with
the corn they dug up, an' flew away with,
pecks an' pecks that they couldn't no
other way, we jlst met an' past st resolutions
tojet the scaiecrows go an' we did. Then the
crows got to doin's all sorts o' circuslh' on the
twine sve stretched, an' 'd cut the dead crows
from the strings an' jist take their carcasses
straight inter the cornfieldc, dig graves fur 'em
in the hills o' corn' an' plant 'em with reg'lar
funer'l ceremonies. When we see that, we. met
an' passed another resolution to use the string
for set lines for eels, an, the string had to go.
We stuck to the swingin' an' clattcrin' an
ilar tl in' tin, hut I'm blamed if the crows
didn't take to settllh' on them poles nJ
:,mus!n' theirsclfs by turnin' them . bright
pieces o' tin so tney'd throw the reflection
o' the sun inter 'bat eyes so durn
sharp" that lhe(e wa'nt' a man ez could
see to work in the fields. So we had to
either give up or sell the tin,
fur old iron, ami" sve did. Then we tried
the soakln' o' the-seed corn in pizen,
That knocked a let u' the crows, an' we
found a good many of' 'em, dead' around
the deestric'. We met an' howled fur j'y, an'
passed u resolution that we had 'cm now.
But we didn't know the caiacity o' I'ochunk
crows. One day we iliskivcred the crows
as lively as ever on the pizen corn,
an' noticed that ev'ry one ni 'em, arter he'd
dug up an' golluped a few hills, M stick Ills
head under his right wing a'i' peck away at
suinpin' there, an' then perceed with the feast.
Wc didn't find no more dead crows, an' we
passed a resolution that up. One
night I v ent out an' dug a hole in one corner
o' my c,ornfield( deep enough to bury niysell
t in, an' I buried myself in it all but my eyes an'
nose nnd the lip end o' my shotgun. An'
there I staid, hold up like a till
day-light. Bright an' 'arly down come a lot.'o
crows to make their bivakfast on tbe pizen
corn. One o the black fellows cot nigh
enough to' me, an' I loaded him up, syith !hot,
and he stayed right In his (racks. The r'e'st!o'
;he crnws; o' course, was a mile away in less'n
no time. I dug' myself out and picked up the
dead crow. I, looked under his right wing '
what do ye s'pose 1' found? A bunch o' "wild
mustard, Wild nnikard Was a sure antidote flo
the pizen we had in that seed corn, and them
crpwrf had jist gathered some of it every time
they made a" raid on (he corn, an' had topped
offev'iy two or three gollups o' corn with a
chaw o' mustard, knowin'that iv'd knock spots
out'u the prizen. 'Then we did meet. An' we
passed a resolution that it wan'l no use,
All but ol"&quirc Hpooner, Hesaid he couldn't
' felth hisself to belivc in the doc(uri) o' total
depravity, e,ven in crows. He said he b'lie've
that they could read, an' that If they see "that
sve was willln' to do the right thing by 'cm
they'd do the right thing by us.
. 'Tmgotntertry a'spcriinent.'snid the Squire.
'I'm gointer tiy a spcrhncnt,' said he. an' I
ti'ltcvc It'll work. Wait an' see,' baidheL
i"So.we.passed a resolution that we'd wail.
Wliatd'yte tiink the 'tSqulre done ? lie drew
a row o' stakes, around a quarter of a'li acre 6'
onu o' the best fields of corn he had planted,'
an 111' wa'n't a pizen hill In the lot. Then he
had a sign painted. It read like thhi
' CROWS, ATTENTION!
'" AM, THE COllfr INSIDE OF TIIE3K - ,
.' STAKES IS VOUR'N ,
' "'TJiere', said the 'Squire, 'Them crows is
able to" cipher that outj an' ye needn't tell me','
said he, 'that any llvin' critter is mean enough
to steal when they kin gethef In. their own.'
f'Ve waited to see how d'
J come out. The crows settled all around that
sign, an' looked it over, an' had the darnde&t
cawin lime, over Jt yerever heerd. By
they dropped Inter their quaiter acre an' went
to iliggin' up their own corn. Tit' wa'n't .i crow
anywhere, else in tho lot. We met and passed a
resolution that we' be blamed if we ever see
orheem tell o' the like, an that we'd all set
off a cornfield (or prows. An' we'd a done It, too,
if it hadn't a. ben lui one thing. When the
Squire wenf out next morula' to see hgsv hit
cross wWgellln' 'long, y'c'kin thrash me with
& rasyhide an', I'll holler if them crows hadn't
moved ' them stakes back In the lot mor'n soo
'eelliVVw yrjt News; ' if
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The abovo, In connection with tht loiiKeitkbl!Oied
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Bltiiih Book Mnniifaotdry,
Em.Llcs the . olfice u Ijs" claim lu .:oniucltrcy
In ill departments, as each It under the care ol
. Tho Stationery Dopni'tinoiit
Will carry lull Hue of uapcrsior'caecullug UI.ANKS
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'of t.11 descriptions, or fur. special (lies or class ol !
lllaiiV Hooks, In addition to trie uuaj' ' .
full Assortment or
' Commarcbl.'Leal and Office Stationery. '
All orders fUilhlully ailendsil ro and your patronaga
rci.ifullj tvlicltfl - jrilOS. (j'( THRUM, I
MaiiAjrr l'res. PutlMduj Co,, (Limited.
Ilimnlidit II, I r is.
tj, f. yOI.TE. PR0PRIET6R.;
Ileus in xnnounco to Ills, friends and the public in gen
era) that the above Saloon' provides " .
From 3 A. si., till to t, m.
- VToUhccos, . . ,
. ' Clears, Pipes .
co.'tsTAITtY on iiAnii. i
Oneof.Hrutislck& Italke't celebrated
connected with fhe establishment, where lovers
the cue can participate.
L 1'LaNING mill. L
Altslcon. uorsr Quoon St.
C. j Hardle, Cqatracio and Builder, Is Proprietor,
Mkutdings and Finish always ui hand,' The mil
oseps for sale hard and soft stost woodcut and split
', , Telophcno No, 55 yili
' Have nuw landing
Per.. Alameda. & John D. Sprobkola,
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LAkCa jlllfMKNlS Or
A ssoi 'ted Mo 'ch aiulisif
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Consiitlng lil part 6f
libit. Flour, Golden Gale,
. , Iibls. Flour, El Dorado.
Sacks Wheat, lies), ' '
' Sacks liarley, Uest, ,
Sicks Cornjf Uesty' Whole, . ..
.Sacks Cracked; ' 1
Sacks liran'. Coarse and Fine.
Sacks Deans. While,- '. , '-,
Sacks lleans, Red, '. ' . '
Sacks lleans, Ilayou, ' .t
-Sucks Beans, Horse,
Sacks Bum. Miha
Sack. Silver Skin - '
Sacks Potatoes, lies' In Gunnies,
Cases Nlcnacs, '
Cses Extra Soda Crackers,
Cases Medium Ilread,
Cases Cracked Wheat, to lb. bags, '
Cases Corn Meal, white, to lb. bags,.' .
Cases Oat Meal, to lb. bag's,
" Cases Com Starch. ,
Casks Dupce Hams, .
Cases R. U. bacon.
Cases' 1'alrbank's Lard, t lb. pail. - .
Falrbank's Lard, J lb. pall.
Cases Fairbanks fjird, 10 11). pa'd.
Cases Whitney's Duller, In tint, . '
Half bbls. Butler, Pickle Roll,
Qr. bbls. Dutler( Pickle Roll, '
Half firkins Duller, Gilt Edge.
- (Jr. firkins Duller,-Gilt Edge,
Cases New C,heese.
Boxes and bills. Salt Codfish,
Bbls Tierces Columbia River Salmon
' " Caes .lundry Slarch,
Boxes Drowrl laundry foap,
dozens Disjoins, v
Pure Jasa Coffee,' Roasted and " Ground, I b. tins,
"i Si.ckS Gref
Chests Japan '1 ea, 1 lb. papeis,
Chests Japan Tea, (i lu. p'aierl
Boxes Rstiln, London Layers.
H loses Raisins, London lasyers,
) loxes Raisins, London Layers,
Boxes Raisins, Muscatel
Drums Citron, , '
, Casea Mixed Pickles,
Cues Spices, assorted, all sites,
IVils Mince Meat, Atmorcs,
Tins Mince Meal, Cuttings,
Sacka Raw Peanuts,
Sacks English Walnuts, - '
' , . Sacks Soft Shell Almonds,
.'" Sacks Texas Pecans, extra large.
Cases California Honey, i lb. tin,
Cases KiUg, Morse & Co's., fresh canned
Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables. .
Dales Wrapping l'aper, .eitra quality ,
A LAIHlIt ASSOKTSIbNT Of
Jient Cultfov'nla Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers,
French and American Calfskin,,
Sheep Skins, Goat Skins,
lluwailan Saddle Trees
And other goods too numerous to mention,
These goods are fresh, were bought very low, and
will be, sold at , , ' -
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k LOWEST MAK.KET itATES.
H, W. McCHESHEV & SON,
361-964 No. 42 Quuou Stroot.
G. BREWER. & CO.,
. Offer for'sale to arrive per
BAIU AMY TUJLINEK,
. w From liustgn. du
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Franklin Stove Coal in Casks,
, ' i bbls. s.rus!.ed Sugar,
CalcS Fraer"s Axle Greas'e;
' ' Cases Hoe Handles,
4. BbU. No. 1 Rosin,
. Cases Wheelbarrows,
, &ES TS Til UXKS,
Vt bbls. Wilmingtmi Tar,
Dal Nnvy Oakum,
Cases Ex Lard Oil,
Griu'lstones, Iron Safes'
- FARMER'S BOILERS,
Bbls. Dairy Salt, ' '. '. .
' D.bls. Cement, 1J4 and t lu. Ox Duws,
- " Cases Axe and I'iclc.Haiidles, '
.,' Canal Dartows," ' " "
! Bbls.' Ex Prime Pork,
. - Kegs.Nalls,
Cumberland Coal in bulk,
'. MANIhA 'VOIIPAOIS,
Sisal Cordage. '
While Wood Lumber,
Eastern While Pine Lumber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codhsh Balls,
',- Cases Clam Choi -der
Fish Cowder and Gheiklns,
' Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases lluckln's Tomato Soup,
Cases lluckln's Mock Turtle Soup,
I.SK IIUSIII, ,W 1 UU,,
Buckets, Lime Wash Boards, .
Cases Chairs, Colton Waste,
Cases YellovMelnl Shenthlnj,
Keg's Yellow M, Sheathing Nails,
UbUTTivliiB, Bales Duck,
Hide Poison, Linseed Oil,
C'uhch Jirawn Soap, .
H Ills. Mineral Paint,
Mammoth Rockers, ' ."
Extension Top Carriages,
i-Cases Curled Hair,-- 1
, . Drumsof Caustic Soda.
.Would calf Attention to their Largt and
varlnd Stock of
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. .' Cofis'isdng of the uiuivaltcd l-us Steel ' m
1 .-, , Jtreaktny Ploiv',
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Tlie Molirie'SiesI Bieakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-
i Hoc Steel Plows all sires Planet, Jr., Culti .
'p$' '' vstotsi D'rt Scrapers, .
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Jolin' TJooru'a Gnug Flows, -
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Planters '.'- , Hoe of the bc.t make.' . .'
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(ivN R KNJVF.S
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. - made. to'order, Ames' 'Shovels aild Sides,'. -
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"' . ,', Bows, Yokes, Chains, Fence '
v : Sugar'. Mill Requirements;
. SUGAR BAGS, SUGAK KEGS,'
Sperm Oil, Cylinder,' Ijird
and Kerosene Oil,- Perfect
Lubricators, Plumliago, Albany
Grease, Dlsuon's and
S. and J. Files," all siresand
kinds. Si cam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos nnd Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber llosc,4 toalncli. I'ipe
and Counlines. Nus and
Washers, finished, Machine
Dolls, all sires. Gold-pressed
Blacksmith's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
S4 Inch, Anvils. Vices, Tube
. Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American Bar Iron and Too
Steel, Dulldeis' Hardware,
all kinds and styles,
Paints nnd Oils, raw
and boiled, Small Paints In,
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, limber, Venetian,
Rid, Ochres' Metallic. &c.,
Wnlting, German Window
uss'ld sizes, Manila Rope
No. rand a Flour, No. 1 and
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory)
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES:-The miner
Kerosene OH, Wmlon't Veil'
I elf nuiil l.lnhns, 14 Inch. JtiihVrr
Sjirtiiti unit llralie just at
liaiid.niake Steam Pump Valves, Packing.
&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's , Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON lONSIIillSIUNT , . -, - ,
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes Barrels
SahiioiiaJlaiiis, Asbe-los Mixture for IhJers
and Steam Pipes, Vxry cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanised Roofing
'Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company,' Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson' ilacliinei, the best assoitment to, he found,
nndatBoltomPrlt.es. " ','.'
New Ooo by every arrival from England, New
:' si. prk and San Francisco., ji? " - li '
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1 Now Eiiciuo, power.
Orders fiom ihe'olher Islatiils filled at Bcsl Rate! and
a u received per Mm.iHa,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cala Cheese, Kits Salman Bellies, Cases Codr, si
Kegs Deef, Saloon Pilot llicd,
Crackers, Table Raisins, Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricot, Prunes, Germeu
Onlilbi'iiiii Ooml) Honey,
Table Fruits, Juins and Jellies, Family Flour,
Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Oiilqns, Candles,
Old yii'clntn Swoot null Sour Plol'Jos
And many oilier articles too numerous to rlion,
which will be sold at prices to suit the limes, iif '.-tails-faction
guaranteed. CHAS. HUSTACE,
Tclophone 119, No. 111 King Sireet
No. 34 Port St., Clock Building,
Have received a consignment oflho must Kconomleu
and Valuable Feed for all kinds of slock, vis :
COO ICED MXSlilili MHAL,
It is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and 'Driller producer
In use, v
Oil Cake Alr.il shows about tj percent of nutritive
matter I (Ills nearly 3$ per cent,
100 lbs. of this meal is equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or
318 lbs.v6f porn, or 10767 lbs. of wheat I, ran,
Aisd, our Unrivaled MIXED as well as our
usua supply of (he best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Eto , Etc.,
Which Is at the Lowest -Market Rates,' and
delivered free to any part of the cliy.
' Agenls for the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California.'
Agents for the lindv'lSK.TliLEPIIONK,
Commissioner of-Deeds for the'. Slate of California,
TELEPllOriK. JIO. Wi, . , iyojaSi
In paiiiculir, tolhcir large and
. .- .varfed asssO'i titient of
LUtfoiio'iiu's p an fum any,
Just receive J. 'Hits il'ckhowlcJkeJ
to be the finest' perfume In the''
Vrorld. All of one quality, '',
Great Variety of odors stylet ' '.
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and prices, also' v, ( '.
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Celluloid Triusoon, -,.-' ,. . ti'
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(all shape's and style) ,
. Surjrloal Intstrnuiontii,' .
' . . ' Smiiillca
and the largest and most Complete stock of '
. PATENT MEDICINES,
,. r ever kept In this Klngdorn. a'i V
large InvoLe of ( '
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U'AIHIL'1) MV.UITJUIIUSHAS Sl'OSOIt
direct from Europe, free from ...
, sand or dirt. Agents, for
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IfARKE DAVIS & CO'S -'. , ;
Pliariuaceutlcal preparations , '
. J. O. AYEIt & CO'S .J.
Patent Medlclues,' .
llo'rseford's Acid Phosphates, ' ',''
Green's August Flower & Gvrmau Syrup,
Allcoclc Porous Plaster Co ., , "
M'irray & Laumali's Florida Water
' Verba Uuena Bitter's. - ."
OLLISTER & CO,,'
are also Proprietors and
faclurers of the celebrated
Agents for .Win. S. Kimball & Co's
FrtififaHt finiltu Vtilr,
Xolxiccfi unit Vlunreltv
'which have no rivals. The
largest of-.. ,
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OcTrV GlXtiEK JI.K & sdDAWAV Efi
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,.' V has always been recognised as the
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!."''. 1 best III the market, .
OUK. aiUCKR. ALB 'EXTRACT
being manufacture'd from our own '
'' ' ' .private ' formula III ,
- - rNew -Vork
AERATHl) WATERS in Paltm or'Co'ik
Stoppered bottles as deslrrd.
Wholesale s. 'retail,' nuu.nu st
RETAIL,-Co.' FOIlT'e. MERCHANTS'IS
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STliA 31 1'LAXlXa "MIL L S
Mauufncture all kinds of v
-v Window frames,
' and Doors
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and all kinds of wood-work finish.
TsirisliiK, isoroll, nml liaml nuwiiig.
All kinds of Planlug and Sawlnj, Morlisln;,', and TtM
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ORDERS PR0M1TI,Y ATlENDLli TO AND
i Orders from ilii other Islands solicited.
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaalimriaiui 31,, Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL THE LATESf IMPROVED
STOT13S ANB RANGES,
Sranite Iron Ware, Plain and Nickel-Plated ;
Tin Wire, of all kinds , ' .- ,'
Chandeliers;' , . ,
t.ariipf and Lanterns J .
Plumbing, Tin, -Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
KIT A-variety of House Furnlshlng'Goodstoomimerous'tn mention.
E. 0, HALL & ; SON, . .(Limited.)
Have just received Ex Bark Mcmlota and other arrivals
lJ05tmiJCnrd Matches. Downtr's Kerosene Oil, Frdzcr's Axle Grcetc,
..,. Cotton Wrste; Ice (all sizes), -.
Eddy's Rcfrigeratcrs, (nil sizes), Lawn Mowers. Iron Agate Ware.
SI? O "V 3Q3 S AND EAWGES,
- - -A EV LOT OF
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
OF ALL S1ZL.S .
Owing to the unusual demand for the above om slock on hand was ety much
reduced, and this shipment has urrlsed juM in time Ipr the iie.ient iv.is.on. For kinds and sacs
see desciiptive calalogties, aenl on application,
NE KEEF CONSTANTLY ON UANb
-A. LAEGE SOLI'S
. Colgate'ii Toilet soap, Ilarncni Soaji, - No. I Laiimlty Soap (ill ease),
,-'. SlerliiiB Soap (in case), Erasive boat) (in case).
''.'!..- - boiled and Raw
.s.' Laid Oil,- Fiattut
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,-, nua cry superior block of nil. Kinds of -
S3' .IP -W se DEI ,
- ' ' All to lie had at the
X. O -W B.S T MARKET HA.a?BS.
E. O. 'HALL & SON,
Corner' Fori and King .Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Headers of the Daily Honolulu Press
Will find it an advantage to SEND FOR OUR LARQE ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUE, which, together with Samples, h SENT FREE TO ANY
We are Retail" Dealers in WEARING APPAREL of Every Description.
QVll TEN LEADING DEPARTMENTS ARE:
FANvvV GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
DOMESTICS, WRAPS, CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,
- ' . ' HATS, . SHOES,' MILLINERY.
We do not intend anywhere shall supply wants in these lines
so well as we, .
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'c have the Largest Genernl.Retail Estnlilishment op the Pacific Coast Qt
America.. Residents of the Hawaiian Islands can makcjmpdsonie sayings in
pi ices and get the newest rind hest Goods by sending to'iisf1 -
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IS"?' Small orders are filled with as mud) care and attention as large ones.
The' same goods and prices to distant customers as to those who visit us personally.
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Sheet Lead nnd Copper ;i
Iron-Stone Drain Pipe. -
and Sheet Iron Work,
Oil, Keafs Foot Oil, CastorOil,
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