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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A VKU MP A ft: II I'tMII INN till W'KKKI.V
uliinrniftliii
nvr.norit.AiiM a vr.Aii in abvanck
tmWrlbers ami ,Mretllfrs will aiMreas Mr Thou, It,
Thrum lliislnrss Mans t . ...
Mi m4ilr fiit Hi. Hmnntar I'rrn should he aiMtessnl
i,i hi nvri nm I'ltr.As
Tho I.uoky Hnrirshoo.
A furnirr trnvollnij wllli liln limd
ricked up n linraeiitiiio In lm rimil.
Anil nailed 11 fast In III Until ilimr,
llmtliii'k inlulil down iimii lilm mur,
'lint nrrrjr IiIi'imIiik kittwit III llfn
Mliilit frown Ilia limiiratPrtd ntnl I kit fr,
Ami never nnj kind nf linnil
Pimcftiii iikiii Ida ijrtmliitt fiMiii,
Hut illrf III fnrtitnn it.mil lcunii
'hi vlalt tlm ntinniitiil limn
IIU lirnn iltfllnnl In lay lliilr r(,ii
III lmnili tiitnlipl (nun lln pi'H".
Aiul tnl ilevmiipd llm fallen Ickw
III oiiru, thai never fulled l'fnn,
Mlldiwrti nml mllnl uti llm IWr I
Ilia urna ivfiiMHl In I'lul III liny
In short, nil moved tlio cnxikrtl way.
Nevl miilnu n j!!' drtmtli loKrl llm mnl,
Aiul liwulwl piery i' In l
'Mm lnniin ilcoHrwl llm ciiiiUI mil ijniv
Hii luiio n nntnro nrliilmil
lleilnnilnnt Inatftn rt-nrrtl llmlr IimihI
To alArvo fur Inch nf Jnlev fil l
'llmMavr frtnn IxittrlnliiM i'iil till
A If ll'i'j lmd llif liiKilmi-oiiHlii
Ami rtntlilitH nf llio nannl -linl
'In Imlil l).Tllmr lliimijlil Inclined I
III alinrl, II wns.no uii In try
lillr nil llm land wan In n fry.
ttirn ivmtn, tlenmrnllnil with (jrlr-f,
llm fanner cinnmirHi (or rrllrf t
Ami prnTrtl nhiu nimi in iiiiuriTunnii
Wlinl wllclirrnfl imw turnernm-d llm lnl
Why him nml fntm lit mliwry crow,
Hlnoo In. nailed lip Hint " lurKy " nlu-o.
mil
While. Hi" illmn)l o or tnallvrs wrtmn
All nlil ntnn rlinnrtil lo Inidgn nloiiif,
'In him Im tnlil, with wormwood tram.
How 111 nflnlr vcero In arrears.
Ami what ilwin'triln "tain of thlnpi
A plrkiil-np horwoahoo sometimes tirlna.
Tim ulrniiRiT nikrd lo o llm ahoo,
Tim farmer hrviiulit II Into view I
llul wlmii tlic olil nmn rnlmnl liU Imnil,
Ho IiMirIiimI onltltilit nml ipilrkly nnld,
" No wuinlcr rl.li upon vim frown
Yoii'in imlliil llm liorRciiIuKi npUlo iltwni
Jtttt turn II rotnul, nml mmn jiui'll wo
How yon nml fortune will ni;ri'o. "
Tho fnrnmr tnrnnl llio liorsrslm round,
Anil nhowpm licRmi lo itwpII Hip Krotiml j
Tho utinnlilnp lni;hl niiuini: lil crnln
And hpnp on lion plliil up thti wnln
The loft liU lnT conlil lmrpfy hold,
Ills rntllp did rm limy wort' told ;
Ills frrttt trx-pn npnloil nlunly pmH
To hold tho (jnllirriiiK npiJp cropn;
Hin lurulp nml mlnlo lipid
AhIoiiIkIipiI nil im'n liy tlndr jpldi
l'lilkn tiprpr now unrh cum of porn
An in hi Hinllini! hill wpm iMirn ,
HI lnrn wn full of lmmllni; bin
llii wifp prpwnlpd him with twins t
III nriuhlxir tiinrvplinl niom mul nioro
To ioo tlip IncrrnHP. in hi ntom.
And now tho niorry fnrnipr hIhk.
"TIuto nro two wnm of iIoIiir thincs i
And whpn for roh1 luck yon would prny,
Null up your luimonhoa tho right wny."
Ilmitr'f ilagatint.
Nicknames of British Regiment.
Tho brnvo but luckless Twenty-fourth
nro known n8 Ilownnl's Orconw, from thoir
gmsR prccn fncinfja nntl tho nnnio ofnn
ollkcr who led thorn for twenty years in tho
Inst century. It is a populnr fnllncy lo
imngino thnt tho Twenty.eightli borrow
their dosigtintion of tho Old Urnggs from tho
exhibition of i spirit of boasting or brag
gadocio. Uragg wag their Colonel from
1734 (o 17M, whonco tho sobriquet. They
nro also known ns tho Slashors, but whero
foro is miccrtnin. Somo authorities bcliovo
thoy got their tillo from their diult at tho
passago of tho llivor Urunx, in tho Ameri
can wnr of independence ; others say it
nroso from n party of tho officers having
disguised thomsclvrs ns Iudinns, nnd hav
ing cut off tho oars of tho magistrate who
had refused quarters to tho women of tho
rcgimont during ti trying winter. Tho
Thirty-first nro denominated tho Young
Buffs, having boon mistaken for tho Third
it tho Bultlo of Dottingon. Tho whimsi
cal cognomeu of tho Ilavorcako Lads is
conferred on the Thirty-third, from a habit
of Sorgeant Snaps of tho corpB, to ontico
recruits by displaying an oak cako spitted
on their swords. Tho Thirty-fifth need to
bo termed tho Orango Lilies j tho Thirty
sixth, the Saucy Greens; tho Thirty
eighth, tho Pump and Tortoiso, on account
of thoir sobriety nnd tho slowness of thoir
movomontfl when stntioncd onco at Malta ;
nnd tho Thirty-ninth, Sankoy's Hot-so,
from tho circumstanco of thoir having boon
onco mounted on mules on n forced march
whon commanded by Col. Sankoy ; thoy
nro also called tho Greon Linnets, from
their pea-green facings. A punning vcr
siou of its numbor, XL., namely, tho Excel
lcrs, is fixed on tho Fortieth. Tho renowned
Forty-two retains its designation of tho
Black Watcu, tho lnneponttout Qcotcn com
pinios from which it was formed having
boon so called on account of their dark
tartans. Tho phrnso Light Bobs marks
out tho Forty-third, albeit it is claimed by
nil light infantry soldiers. Tho Forty
fourth swell with natural vanity over thoir
distinction ns tho Old Stnbborns gained in
tho Poninsnla. Tho classical epithet of
tho Lacedemonians was nn alias of tho
Forty-sixth, n pedantio officer having hnr
Angued his bravo boys on tho boautios of
Spartan disciplino whilo shot and shell
wore flying round. It would bo hard to
discover tho Forty-sevouth under its cog
nomen of tho Cauliflowers ; and assuredly,
no friond of tho gallant Fiftieth would
over think of referring to it either as tho
Blind or tho Dirty llnlf Hundred. Similar
to tho Exccllors in tho modo of origin of
their sobriquet aro tho Kolis, as tho Fifty
first aro called from thoir initials of tho
title, King's Own Light Infuutry. " Dio
hard, my mon, dio hard," cried tho heroic
inglis to tho fitty-BOVonui at Aioucrn, aim
ever sinco tho plucky West Jliddlesox is
tho Dio Hards. All the Year Jiound.
A Peep at a Diamond Mine.
Thirteen years ago the world was start
led Ut hear that in South Africa large dia
monds had been found in Griqunland West.
Far nnd wido tho discovery wns noised
abroad. At onco there begau a rush to
tho diamond fields from every quarter of
tho globe. An army of speculators, dia
mond merchants, diggers and Bhopkecjiors
betook themselves with nil speed to tho
epot. Tho dtbort of a fotv months beforo
wns changed iulo a town of daily-increasing
dimensions, nud not a fow of tho early
comors mado no small gaiu by their dis
coveries of tho precious gums. Lot us lake
n jioop at tho Kimberloy mlno in its work
day drtB. Wo arrive firbt of all at au
ouclosuro of some nino acres. This was at
ouo timo a hill, but now it is n Ynst pit, n
portioned out into nbout 40 lo!, and ox
cavaled to a depth of between 200 and i)00
feet. TIuj workers in this pit aro chiefly
Kaffirs, nnd their number is uomeivhero
nbout H,&00, Theso are employed khoycU
ing tho bluo oarth into metal pails, which,
when full, aro drawn to tho top, ami carted
off somo little distauco from tho mlno,
whero tho boil is allowed to lio till tho light,
er portion is washed away, aud tho heavier
part, in which tho diamonds aro concealed,
alone remains. Tho top portion, which has
been roudertd soft aud muddy by tho rain,
is cxatniued for any stray diamonds it may
coutaiu, aud tho heavier part is then sifted
again and agaiu, till all tho precious genis
are extracted. But tho blouea oftho great-
Saturday
VOLUiMU I.
tnl vnltin nin gnutirnlly itlmn ei ril in dig.
giug in llm mlno, anil ns llm ICnlltra inn
many of f limit very tilovor thinvtm, llm
gipfilt'Hl onro nml wnlohfulncfiH has lo bn
evniNeil to prevent (hit workmen slnillng
IIipiii. V't nvtin when llm fulliint prccau
tiou has henn Inkiiu n errtniu ptirt'enlngn
niu sum In llml their why into Ihn blank
man's niniilli, tir nrn urorrlrd by somo
other mnthiiil. If tho ICntllrn nm tliscov
ort'tl in llm pnrutWnti of nny ntolt'ii pro
nrly llitn nro severely piiniht'il, but tlm
leiuptnlmii to sliml is tinfiirtiinnlely often
too great for them. About .01,000,000 n
year tins Intnly hiion pniil fur labor, so that
yon may form tiotnn itlea of the vnluii of
the dinmotuls tnoilucod nt tho'Kimborley
mw, Jttfo blf.n.
General Harvest" of tho World In 1880.
Tho niittunl valuo of tlm crops of tho
vnrirtus grain-growing countries of tlm
win Id hns jiiRt iietiu issiieil by jMouh. lliuy
l'slinnne, of Mtirseilles, nml tlm report it
contains occupies several hundred Inrgo
quarto pngos. A mnp nliowiug in various
colors too stale of tho wheat crop in tho
different departments of r'rnnro is also
given. Of tho whole of tho cereal crops of
Franco tho reports nro good. Tho wheat
crop is in f departments very good, in 17
departments good, in "(i departments fairly
good (o.T Ininnc'), in 19 departments me
dium, and in G departments only, bad. Oats
aro very good in "8 departments, good in
10 departments, fairly good in 7 depart
ments, medium in 0 departments, bad in 2
departments, nnd very bad in 1 department.
Tho mnizo crop, grown chielly in tho
Southern departments, is fairly good. In
a depart monts it is very good, in 19 good,
in 5 fairly good, in r medium, nnd in ouo
only bad. Ityo is reported nn very good
in 1 1 departments, good in Tilt dojnrtmonts,
fairly good in (i departments, and medium
in U departments. Barley is the best crop
of tho year in Franco. In 20 departments
it is very good, in -K) good, in f fnirly
good, nnd in !! medium. In no department
is tho ryo or barley crop dcclnrod to bo bad.
So far ns other countries nro concerned,
with tho oxcoption only of Russia, tho ro
porls aro generally favornblo. In Upper
Italy tho crops aro reported ns yielding !!0
por cont. nbovo tho average Ilonmelia and
Upper nnd Lower Bavaria stand noxt on
tho list with a produce of 25 por cout. over
nverngo, nnd theso nro followed by Podolia
nnd Swnbia with au ovor nverngo produc
tion of 20 por cont. In tho South of Italy
nnd Bavaria, and in Wurtoniburg, tho es
timates or crops nro 15 por cont. over
average ; whilo in Bessarabia thoy aro 10
por cent. over. Tho crops of tho yoar nro
5 per cont. over nvorngo in Hungary, Pol
and, Belgium, and tho United States. Av
orago crops, without cither surplus or dofi
cit, have been grown in Prussia, tho Pala
tinate, Baden, Switzerland, Dentnnrk, Swo
don, Norway, Central Italy, Holland, tho
North of Russia, Sorvia, and Egypt. Defi
ciencies of 5 percent, nro reported in Grent
Brllliui, Ireland nnd Snxony. In Courlnnd
tho deficiency is put down nt 20 por cont.,
nnd in Gothland, under Russian province,
nt 25 per cont. under nvorngo. In Contrnl
Russia tho crops nro so bad that tho deficit
is cstimnted nt 40 por cent, bolow average
Tho commercial summary which accom
pauios tho roport shows that Europo will
largely depend for much of her breadstuff's
upon America, and that thero is every
prospect of fnirly good nnd remunerative
prices being obtained for ceroals this yoar.
Something Ahout Yourself. Suppos
ing your ngo to bo fifteen or thereabouts,
wo can figure yon up to a dot. You havo
1G0 bones nnd 500 muscles ; your heart is
fivo inches in longth nnd threo inches in
dinmotcr j it boats 70 timoa por minuto,
4,200 per hour, 109,800 per day, and
30,772,200 por year. At each boat a little
over two onnccs of blood is thrown out of
it ; nnd each day it throws ont and dis
charges nbout soven tons of this wonderful
fluid. Your lungs will contain nbout n
gallon of nir, nud you inhalo 24,000 por
day. Tho nggrcgato surfaco of tho air
colls of your lungs, supposing them to bo
spread out, exceeds 20,000 squnro inches.
Tho weight of yonr brain is threo pounds ;
when you aro n mini it will bo eight ounces
more. Your skin is composed of three
layers, and varies from one-fourth to
ono-cicbth of nn inch in thickness. Tho
area of yonr skin is nbont 1,700 squaro
inches, and you nro subject to au atmos
pheric pressuro of fifteen pounds to the
squaro inch. Each wjuaro inch of your
bkin contnjns 3,500 sweating tubes, or
perspiratory pores, each of which may bo
likened to n littlo drniu-tilo one-fourth of
an inch long, making an aggregate length
of tho entiro surface of your body, of 201,-
1G5 feet, or a littlo ditch tor the drainage
of tho body almost forty miles long. The
J'acijia Churchman.
The Amoou. Somo interesting informa
tion is given by tho Russian papors about
tho Amoor district. This territory covers
nn area of 8,000 squaro miles, and lias
50,000 inhabitants ; yet not a Bi'uglo nows
pax;r is published in this district, tho
Slbir, which used to nppear daily nt
Irkutsk, haviug been suppressed by tho
Government. Tho people obtain nearly nil
thoir provisions from China, whilo thoir
imjwrts into that country aro very insigni
ficant, consisting chiefly of gold and skins;
they aro thoreforo awaiting with great
anxiety tho result of tho negotiations
regarding tho Kuldja treaty, since, if hosti
lilies were to broak out between Russia
nud China, thoy would bo threatened with
famine. A cotihiilornblo number of steam
ers belonging chiefly to tho Amoor Steam
Navigation Company, nto employed in con
veying gold from tho gold mines. Several
of theso steamers havo been constructed
by Rubsiau bhip.buildors on tho spot, out
of wood obtained in tho adjoining forests ;
tho engines havo boon imported from
America. St: Jamea' Jlwhjet.
For Sale or Lease.
UtIHAHI.K WVKTIK.Vr.-TI. Writ.
t - .......... I. m. nf lh inlxral irutl I natM itli
A
KIuk ftUicl.tujtlhw wUU th furutturve rlc. of the
aiiip,U ilr.W. The bouMi bt U rooiiu, W In KkU
mdir. tuu u wtii'iurininw iim"nii " ,,,..
mcrlicul uniiotiuully to iiartlc illniu of (uiilliiuliii;
lit IviiKitLblUlird bulutt, Kor further PfrtlruUr
iily to It If THOB. A.THHUM.
Wailuku Pol Factory.
BKST QUALITY OF 1'AIAI MAN
uftcluuU tou.Uutljf. All oidcn II llul with die
imlcli. K. II, llAll.hV,
1 b y Vlluku, Mtttl.
ii. w. Hiivr.iiANcr.,
Itnwnllnn diiimil K. CiimiiiiIIiiii Mnrohnnt
7 tlHII'nlir.Tiiln Ml ,l'l , ijiiimi Nil Sj
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorllny nml Ciiiinantlnr nt I.nw,
I Mrrihitnl SI , Miiiiolnlii, II I
r.DWAHD rnnsTON,
Attorney nml Ccitinantliir nt I.nw,
Iv M I'nrt Slti'i'l, lloiiriliilii
I
MILS. . II. oiiirriN,
,lm I'ntl HI , llnniiliilii,
rnnhlniutliln Mllllnnr. mul IDrrun Mnltnr.
I Nrw (IiiihU nml Sllrn rrffUnl rittf innnlli Ijr
nn, N. II. KMKHSCW,
iMfrntoiA.rr vvrwjj mjutnuo
(ipirpnlllr lliiinniiiiii'n lltni Hlmr, HI Mrtrlmiit HI
Hr.l.lrnrf, rnrnrr Kiikul nml I nil lti''t (tlmiilil KniKrr
irrinpi) tlillrfl lintirn tl In II M.'JInlr, n ! Hm
NOTT CO.. "
Iintiortnrn nml Drnlnrn lit Slovrn, nmiRpn,
.Mrliil', llnii.n I'lirtiMilnif (IiiihIh, t'rwkriy. llln.i nml
Clilnn Wnrp, I'rnrllrnl -Mir I niilr", llnniiliilii, II, I,
' 'y .
CHAMPAGNE OIDEll MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
(I No. til MlllinNlrrrt. j
A. W. RIOHAHDSON CO.,
IHI1IIITKIIK AMI IIKAI Klin IN
llmila, Hlinrn, l'litnlnlilni (Inml., llul. (,'ni, Trunk,
VaIIum, Perfumery nml Hnnin, WiiHliimi Wnlrlien,
rinn.lenrlry. rle,, rnrili'r at rurl nml .Merclinnt Sin.,
IIi.iiiiIiiIii, If. I. I ly
M. DICKSON,
PhntoRrniihin ArtUt,
IIU nml 101 l'nrl Hlreot,
IMrlnren nf nil lr nml kliulu mmln to nnler, nml
I'rniiie. of nil ileicrltitlnnn rniirlnnlly mi linuil, Aln,
Hlirlln, Ciimlii, nml Ourlimltlrn nf llm Pnr lllc. II ly
Tw. iiopp,
Cnlilnnt Mnhnr. Ujiholnteireir, Senler In
Fnrnltiiro,
JJn, SS Klim Hlrcet, lietwven Niiiinnit nml l'nrt Klrrels.
MnUrcnpim rnrnitniuly nn hnml nr innilu to nnlcr.
JJl
T1IOS. Q. THRUM,
Importing nntl Mnnnfnotnriiift Stationer.
Nown A(;nnt, Book Bliulnr, Ac,
.Merclinnt tylrcrt, nml llenlcr 111
Finn Btntlonery, llonlm, Mimlr, Tny nml I'nncy looil,
I Kurt Htrei't, nenr 1 lulol, llnniiliilii. ly
W. , WKNNKIl. JIIIIN nWENKIIZ.
WENNER & CO.,
l'nrt Hlrcet, iiiiimIIi Oilil lMlimn' Hall,
Mnnnrnotnrlnt; Jeiwnleirn, SlnmonA Stter,
KnirrnTerK, nml Denier In Jewelry nf nil klniln. Shell
nml Kukul Jewelry mmln In nriler, Onlerii nt re
cilveil nml fnlthfull) nltemleil tn for nil klmU nf llnlr
Wnrk In Jewelry nr Memnrlnl Dcwlnw. I ly
D. W. CLARK,
"Wntoh Mnkor nml Jewoler,
iMiiiiiTitiinr
Wttltham anil all other American Watches,
Clock anil Jewelry.
Wnlch Itcpnlrlne mmln n niieclnlly
I ly No. 17 Merchn.it Hired, llnnoliilii.
FRANK GERTZ,
BOOT AND SIH O E MAKER
Nn. 2 Merclinnt St., next to ThosrO. Thrum.
Bool, nntl Nlme Mmln ( Orilcr, of Ileit Jin-
Irrlnl.iuiil nt ItouwMlblr I'rlccM.
Boots and Shooa mado for Cash only
- iy
M. S. GRINBATJM & CO.,
Importer nntl 'Wholonalo Dealers In Gene
ral Merchandise,
2 Mnkco'n lllock, (Jiicpii btrcct. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO
ForwanllnR and Comminiiton Merchants,
SU California St., Hun 1'rnncUco.
Speclnl faclllttc for nml pnrtlcnhr attention pnlil to
J coiinlRiimentn nf Inland produce ly
T. J. MOSSMAN,
1Pn .,1 Tl. tn Crockery.
rialn nml Decorated Porcelain, Cut nml Prcn.cu nniiiK,
HlUcr Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandelier, Lamp,
Chlmneyn, Ktc.
Flro Proof Store, cor. KIiir anil Niinnun Sts., Honolnlu.
j jy
e, cook;webb,'m. d
Homeopnthist,
(Lato Chief of HtalT Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
Iflaml, N. V.)
OBlcc 60 Fort Street, hpcclal attention to dlieaacn of
women nnd children.
Ofllcc honra Until 10 A. M. 8 to 4 r. M. 3 ly
0. HEUELKEK. U. ENUU.tll.
O. SEGELKEN A CO.,
No. 5 Niiuanu Street,
Tinsmiths and Plumbers. Dealers in Stores,
ItaiiRet, Tin, 8het Iron mill Copper Ware, keep con-
rtantly nn hand a full arnortment of Tinware, llaHnn-
Ued Iron and Lead Plpo, India Hilblier Hose, &c, Ac.
8 ly
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
JJoi. 50 and 62 King St.,
Corriace Bnilders, Trim-M1
men, Painters, Varnishers 1
1 i "m
All kinds of Repairing attended to, and good work
guaranteed, at Low Itatcn. B ly
A. L. SMITH,
41 rnnr stiieet, impoiiteii anduealeiiin
Merlden Quadruple Plated Wnrc, Olansware, KIiik'h
Combination Hptctnclc nud Kye Ularxcs, Ilrackctn,
Vneii, Lustrnl Wire Ware, Fancy Snaps, Picture
Frames, Wostcnholiu'n Pnckit Knives, Sclmor, Pin
tola, Pnwder, Shot and Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Oil. all kinds ut Machine Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fa.hlonu, Solo Agent for tho unl
crcally acknowledged
Light Running Domestio Sewiac Mavehine.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
NUUANU SHEET.
Pilot, Medium and Navy llread always on hand nnd
made to nrder, Also, water, Soda and Duller Crack.
ers, Jenny Llml Cakes, &c.
Ship llread ro-liaked ou tho shortest notice. Family
llread, made nf tho licit Flour, baked dally and always
on Iiauu. .
II. H. llrown Brrml r the Best quality
81y
VOLCANO XXOTTflUEl
VHATKII OK Of KII.AUKA,
W. II. LIONTZ. MANAGER.
Plenty to eat, a rouslui: tire, clean beds, and the best
altindanco on the llvwalian Islands
Visitors requiring any unusual display of (olcanlc
acllou will kindly ci Manager ut least ten days notice
In nno wvathir, and from eleven to thirteen In foul.
ft ly
IIOM.INTUU A JO.,
J)i uujitt, Ajiothttarit,
mporters of Tobacco and Clgara,
Manufacturers nf Hoila Water,
Amenta for V. I.orlllard .t tin's Tin Taq; W. H. Kimball
Jb tin's Vanity Pair; and Omxlwlii A Co'a Old
Judge, Tohaccos and Cl;artttca.
816 So M .Miumuu Hlrerl. Howolulis. ly
U. yv. niAtjaV'AKi.ANi: ;o..
1KF0UTEB8 AND C0MXINSI0N MERCHANTS,
Hublaiuu's iira-iiroomuiitiiuf,
QussnSlrsst, Honolnlu, 11,1.
AQINTH rol
Tbs lllatKow and Honolulu Mae of Packets.
Julin Hay t Cu's l.lrol aud Luudou Packsls.
Th Valkani riauutluii,
Tlisoi'oiicvr riauUtlon, tlllu,
llakalau PUnUlluii, HUu.
Sllrrl.es, Tall V (aluu, ejiiar Msclilosry.
Tin I'uiilna Mitn lunch Cumeanr. TW
a. c. all". r. aosi.i
Al.l.i;. A KOHIKNO.II,
At Ilobliisou's ttlisrf,
Dealer In Lumber and all kinds of Building
Materials. Falnti, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.ao.,
iotJTs er sciiovaita
1IALKAKAI.A.
KULAMASU,
KKUAULUnill,
ilAKV KI.I.KK,
PAUAII1.
Ult.AMA.
LKAIII,
sir) Honolulu, lUwallsn Islands. Ir
i.s.oisika. . . Arnaatos
C1NTI.I) A OOOKK,
HirrilO AND COKMIISION atlBCHARTf,
IMI'OKTKHS AND
Doalers In Censral Marchanctls.
Mo. 10 Klaglrsst, Honolulu, Hawaiian IslaoiU.
.... AOKNTS rOH .
Tbs Unlonlnsurancs Company of fan Vranclsco. Tha Nee
KnUn, Mutual I .If, Insurance Compaoy, Boston,
TusOrou Packet Liar, ITIit KokataPlantalloB,
Dr. Jayu A Sou'sCslsbralsdlTtis Haiku Plantation,
Msdlclnts. Iwalalaarianlalloa,
ffbsalsr k Wilson's K.lu llsuiakaa IHaaUUoa.
UacblOM, (vV4 ly) I
HONOLULU, .11. rM SATURDAY,
ni:r.i. ii. .tilftTi;,
OOlIIVSlMliliOll -TV, 'X , J. -w
Mrl Nn lilKsalitiiiisliti slreet
4), m. IMItTOiV. ituelliiserr,
Hnt.irmim on ()ibii rllrs! hs doer from Kliiiinii
sol lrft. It
V. A. Mllll.tlll'l'.ll A. ;,,
Importnm A Commlnslon Mnrchnnts
n)l llnniiliilii, ilsosllsn lilsmls ly
ED. o. nown
Homo nml HIkii l'nlntnr, Paper Ilanxer, Ate.
H1i ly Nn III Furl Street Honolulu g
w.ii. jiiiinNo'n,
IMCoi-olxcixxt Tailor.
la No, HA l'nrt HI., I.rlnw nr. HlawcenwsM's. ly
. n. I'linimirviitN. n."i..
flUntlKON AND HOMKOPATHIO ritYIICIAN.
Om tTurnr rnrt ntul HnmUuUMs, Hoiinluln. 3n
i:. i. a ...
Anotloncor nnd Commliilon Mcrohsnt.
''eeil Wlreel. Ilonolnllli II. I. ".y
i:i. ii4i'i'HJiii.'i:-i:ii a :.,
IMPOIITEUS AND COMMISDIOIT MZnOHANTB
llnnnllllil.Oslill. H. I. o77 If
A. H. (IMUJIMIHN. Co..
mrnMsas st ntiliaa is
Oouornl Coi.'oln-.cSl-sio
70S Crtriinr Qusfn nml KnshiimsiiiiHIrsels, ty
ii. ii,-;itri:i,i a ;.,
OKlfKBAL OOMMIBIIOH AOKHTI,
Uiinon Blrt. Hnnnlnln,ll. I. ITOI ly I
A . W . II II H II .
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
y.inllydr-crrynml Fsnl Hlnre,
joalrj M)KrlHlrmt.llinlulii.
' iioi.i.i:m a :..
Ship Ohnndlsri and Commmion MerehanU,
inpnrtsrsaml llpnlrrsln tlmiernl Msrclismllne.UussnHtrort
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands. MOly
i.ttimi: a :..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And lmimrlers nfsnil liesUrs In Hay, drain, and (Irnrral
Priliics, (Inimliilii, II. I. 1 ly
.IIMIN II. IM'I'Y,
HOTART PUBLIC and OOMMI88IONEB of DEEDS,
tot the filalrn of California and New Vurk.Ofllce at Hie
link of llllini Co., , llnniiliilii. u7H ly
:. O. IIAI.I. ANia,
IMPORTEltS AND DEALERS IN HABDWABB
Dry (loo. In, Paints, Oils and (leneral Merchandise,
,29-ly Cnrmirtorlanil KlngHts.
jonn 'r. WA'ri:iiiiot)Hi:.
IHP0BTEK AND DEALER IN OENEBAL
MERCHANDISE.
m Queen fltreet. Ilnnoliiln, II. I. y
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
A Rent to take AeknowleilRments to Cou-
trnets far Lahar.
HIS !1 Interior Olllce, Hon Inln. 6m
J. III. Will Ti-MlV. III. !., I. h.
Dental Itoorna on Fort Street,
onieo In llrcwcr's, lllnck, corner Hotel nnd Fort streets.
HII ly Entrance, Hotel Street
cnun nrii-cxriJi. w. o. inwiK.
mi. . utwin A CO.,
Sugar Factors and Commitsion Agents
llnniiliilii. II. I. WJ
ii. -. i:iii.i:km a vo
DEALEBS IN DBY GOODS AND OENEBAL
MERCHANDISE,
rlre-prnofBlnre. Fort St.. aunveQ.liI yellows Hall. l-ly
ii. i, r. cinitn,
r. c. JoKis, Da,
C. BEEWEE & CO.,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
78 Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. y
III.L,INIIA.-I Ac VO.,
IxrODTBBB AMD SEALERS I HARDWARE
Cntlery.llry (Inods, Taints and Oils, and Oenersl Mr
chsndlie. No. 37 Port Btraet, Honolulu. t' ly
II. I',. Itlcl'rVRK Ac 1IROTHKK,
GROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
HONOLULU. Wily
U'II.KK Ac CO.,
Corner of Fort and Queen Bin els Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oila, Nails, Bait and Building
(soo-i) Materials of every kind .
!. !. COMIMAN.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
Horse Shoeing', Cnrrlnire Work,
I'laiitnlloti Machinery. r.
BOT Shop on King Street, next Castled Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAK
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
z. xzonixr,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
818 71 Hotel atrcet, between Nuuanu and Fort. 3 ly
THOMAS TANNATT.
No. 83 Fort Street, opponlte K. O. Hall & Son.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry eud Muslo Boxes
. rorSale.
Or carefully repaired In a workmanlike manner. Orders
from the other Islands promptly attended to. TW ly
HONOLULU IEON WORKS CO.
tSpf. KTKAM KNIJIKEM, SUCJAH MII.I.H
UUS Hollers, Coolers, Iron, llran and Lead Castings
Machinery of Every Deacriptlon,
4W Made tn OrUor "f
Fartieular attention paid to Ship's Blackimlthing
sy JOII WOltK saecuted on the shortest notice. o8H ly
A. W. PEIRCE & CO
SHIP CHANDLEBS COMMISSION MEBCHANT8
AOENTS OH
llrand'a (luna and llouih Lances,
I'srry Davis' Pain Killer,
78i-,t No. 10 queen Htrest. Honolulu. ly
HOST. I.IWKIIS, C. M. COOKS.
MIWKIIN A V O K K ,
Successors to Lxwxna & Dickson,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IK LUMBER.
And all kinds of Ilnildlng Materials,
Fort Street. HUH ly Honolulu.
:r.:ii. iihomn.
ATTOBNET AND COONSELLOR AT LAW.
NOTAHY t'UIILIC.
AndAgsntfor tsklnc Acknoiled(ineutsof Instrunentsfor'
llis Island of Oahu.
o787 No, 8 Kasbnmaiiu gtrrrl, Honolulu. H.I. ly
'A'lllMt. II. DAVIKN,
. Lira Jtsins, UaisssCo.)
1MP0BTIB AND COKMI8810N MEBCHANT
asd Aatsr ros
Lloyd's and the Lire rool Undsrwrllera,
llrliUli aud fortlgu Harlna Insurance Company, anil
Northern A ssursuca Company. o831 ly
CAHTI.IJ Ac HATCH,
Attoruoyai At Xiave.
W. It. UAST1.K, Notary rubllc. attend all the
Courta of tti Kliigilom.
rartleular atteution paid U the negullstlos of Koana.
Uinveyauclng, Collecting, He. aar Money In loan on
Mortgage.
omen i Ho, 19 Kaaliumanu strati, Honolulu, Hawaiian
lilaudt. H ly
BISHOP & CO.,
B AlVBLIDXia,
IIONULULU, I I I I HAWAIIAN IMLANDN
. , IlltAW KXCIIANQK O.N ......
I HE IMK Or CUIFOItNM, : : SU FIIIKIJC0
iso Tusia aatan is
Maw York,
Hoalou,
I'arls,
Aucklaml,
THE QRIEKTal IINK CORPiMITIOa. : : 10N0M
o isiia aajaouisia
lions; K"Kt
y,lnr, aud
Mtlbourae,
Andlramacl aOsiisral Maaklag Unttnraa. TIT Ir
JUST RECEIVED
AK INVOICE OK
H1ID8ICK CHAMP AGHX,
"DRV MONOPOLE,"
And Foi Hilo by
t ' II. HACKFKU) a CO.
Ot'l'lCE FOK KENT I
IN TIIK NKV MAHONIO IIATsXi
Bulldlnv, comet oHJn mi Fort sl. aiiuly lo
,11 C. o. xlAJiTOW.
Press.
JANUARY 22, 1881.
iii'iiiAn iiHo),,
Importers of General Merchandise
I'llOM
FHAN0K,KNOJ,AHI)t UhUWAHV, AND
VNmm st a Tim,
No. WMeichtnt llrerl, . . Ilnnoliiln, If I,
HYitl.trV IIHON..
W II 0 L KS A H (J It 0 0 TO IUS,
Sill and all California Hlreet,
H A Ti I' It A IV II I a II o
17 I'ailleular atlrutlmi ald In fllllnK ami alilpplnir
Island orders, r ly
TIIO.WAN liittJK,
MAOJXIirXMT,
w f W. so rort Nlreet, qjj
jjBfc will nlleinl In all orders In Hie D
LOCK, GUN a GENERAL REPAIR LIRE.
Ha will glri i,'i;jil nltenllnu in rlsanlnf, repairing
and regulating Hewing Maehliiri, and all oilier kinds of
l.lglit Machinery and Metal Work nf every deaerlpllon,
lllacksiulttiliig, ii Ir.
Also, mi hand aud for sale cheap,
A Varioty of Sowing Machines
Units, I'lslels, aiiot. Ammunition,
Machlno Oil, Zfoodlon, site, aVc, Sit.
Hewing Mnelilun Tuckers, Hinders, and all nther extra
and diipllmtn parls of mscliliies supplied on short notice.
ar Ilest Maehlna TwI.I.'Sn:
fair Jgtnt tn thtt Kingdom or
Thn Florence Hewing Machine, from 1 10 to f 80.
Whllii hVwIng Machine, from (la to 76.
HmnnHhiitllnNnwIiig Machllin, fiom (la t.j (la.
er liicliiillng nil eslrns Ml ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
iSlfe
wossesui
VQtAjiiUM
HOTKI. HTKKKT, IIUNUI.ULU.
Kntrances on Hotel, Klcharils, and lleretania Slrccls
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
jrlccs th same as First-Class Hotel In Han Francisco.
811 a
i iiavk Ntx'iiitKn a
FIRST -GLASS HORSE -SHOERt
Anil sal iroinrel to carry on Itiln Itrnurb
ol my nnslnims III n nannncr satis,
factory to ny Patrons.
OWNERS OFFINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be faithfully attended lo.
8,4 im C. WEST.
Gar-lX.ElTrl tTelly,
MANUFACTOKED OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
-DV-
OF'.
HUNT,
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrups always on band
T ct in ct rinds
rut up In A, No. t HcQncd Sugars, highly
rocommended for Hea voyagca.
American, French, English
anb
German Pastries
Made to Order at short Notice'
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the hlgh-st Stjloof Art.
Well fresh home made ChocolateCrearus, Cocoanat and
Cream Caudles.
No. 71 Hotel Ml reel lift. Nnuann and rort
KM ly o,r
NEW DRUG STORE
H HIIVANII HTMEET.
Holllsiter efts Oo.
BE8PKCTFULLY INVITE
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC,
To the Fact that thry hare
Opened at their Old Stand
No. H3 Nuuanu Street, a Full Line of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
AND
DJIVG GISTS' SUArDJRJES,
INCLUDING
THEJGELXBKATXD CELLULOID
T
R
U
TRUSSES.
S
E
8
T1IK LAHOEST AND MOST
Complete Assortment of Perfumery
IN THE CITT.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
la In tharuu of a Vharnuceutlst n larg excellence,
Iboioughly competent and reliable.
Itr-rirtcrlinlons compounded at all hours of day 01
night
NlUlir HKLLfiMTHK mtiSIT lrSMIat.
rt am
KNOWLKS' STEAM
Va o it u 111 Pump m,
rmmrn VaBtMHIa1KD HAVE JIsTT BbV
. i:ltIV t:U per AsirTurnsr, from llostoo.s full as
soslnsol of Iswm clsrald IMmp. which arataaraa
Us4 lo b ehaasar and bsiur than any otbsr alils ol
pusns loiporled. Wa fall tbs attanltoa at planters partio.
sUrljr lo Us Vadium ramp, whkh la lass eosislcsks4
ssd snort aesTlcsasls has Slaei pumps.
mu itu v. uuicwKa m co.
AM.AN IIKHIIKKT, I'roprletor.
JoPiiaaV -"iWi-iiAri
c9SBSS3BSBhBBBSBBBSBaSBSBBBBBBBBV
NUMBER 21.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
37 Fort Street,
HAVE JUBT RECEIVED
Itx "Amy Turner" and "Mohican," and hy Hall from
New York la Nan Franrliro,
Direct From llm MiuiiifacliirnrH !'
InvolctH of iMOlilNK 1'WWB,
IiisiIk eilra slroriK, irclally for as, si
sorted rises. Kills art conslsnlly on
hand,
1 OlfilMN BULKKV PLOW.
Jowelt'M Wntcr Killcrn A Cwilorn,
Jewell's Uwlcra, Jewell's ll'ffli('rstoi.,
Zero llc.frlu.cialrra, Icu Cream Krcini,
llynlenlc Water Fllti ra (no Ice required),
Dianloii'n Haw, linnd Snwg,
One Man Hawa, tvt loflfeeli Ilnrk Haws,
Oreat American Crosscut Haws, 4141 7 f I
Haw llncli i, Haw Handles.
Mnydolo ft CiiofieyH Hammers,
lllacksmltns Hlnlgia, Coopers' ami Ma
sous' Hammers.
Cnqiot nnd Utiliolnlercr'H TackR,
"I'uliiaiii" and'Mlloha" Ilorso Nails, Cut
Nails, dalvanlf"! Nails, WronKht Nails,
Hlkes,li:ilKINH'
Ijiglit 1'nttern Ilorno Slioon.
lOhio OrindntoncH, Fnmilj Orind-
1 stones, (Irlndslone Fixtures.
limit & Dny'fl Axch, Hatchoto,
Mattocks, )tlc, (larileu and I'lanter's
IIik's, Msuure and Hay Forks (t lo 6 tines),
Ticks and I'lok Matloeks.
KinHloy'H AxIch, Sent nnd Oan-ingo
KprlriK. Whlnietrecs, single and doable.
Jiuph nnd Grann Scythed and
Hnathe, Haudusk I'lanes and I'lane Irons,
Coe's (lenulnn Wrenches, Anvils, Vises
Anirlls nnd Vises combined.
Plaulcrfl' IIoo llnndlcs, Hickory
I'lck, Hlidge, Axe and Hammer Handles,
Hake and Chisel Handles.
Shovcln nnd SpndcB, (long nnd D
handled), Handcrson'a Hteel Hcooi, Il.j'
Hiiadee a full asMirtincnt direct from the
munufactuiers.
Ilnrrowfl, Road Scrapers, Hay
Cutters, Hcates, Ijlirn Mowers, Clothes
Wringers, Wheelbarrows, TortableKorgs,
Hand and Illacksmltha' Bellows.
IIinj;untn Buckets, Step Ladders,
Wooden Trays. Clothespins, Washboards,
Wool and Horse Cards, Curry and Mane
Combs.
Shaker Sockot Blooms, Rattan
Yard Hrooms, Mops and Mop Sticks.
Bed Screws nnd Bed Keys, Eagle
Carriage Bolts, Dolt Kuds, Bolts,
Square and Hexagon Nuts, Washers.
Standard Robber IIoso, 3 and 4
ply, Carbollzcd Kubber Hose, Zand t ply.
POWDER, SIIOT AND CAPS. J
KEROSENE OIL,
Candle fc Kerosene Wick, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Lanterns, Chimneys, Burners
and Fixtures, Kerosene Oil Moris, Wrap
ping Twine, Tnmblers, Plsb Globes,
Nurse Lamps.
TINWARE.
Toilet Sets, Chamber Pnils, Cos
pldorcs, Trays, Child's Trays, Cash and
Lunch Boxes, Cake Boxes, Hplce Boxea
Pieced I'ans, Cako Pans, Bread Tans, Dlih
Pans, Klnslng Pans, Cullenders, Milk
btralners, Esg Whips, Egg Poachers,
Funnels, Seines, Skimmers, Jelly Moulds.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FULL LINES OF
Shelf Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Houbo Furnishing Goods,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Turpentine, Ac, Ac, Ac.
AGENTS FOH
Tho Bain Wagon,
Cortland Wngon Company,
Hnllidio's Barbed Wire and Staples,
Hnllidio's Pntent Wire Rope,
Avorill's Chomical Paints,
California Wiro Work,
American Lubricators,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
nt
S7 rssrt IHrcat. Hssala.
NO ES 3f C3-1 3J El
Should be without the far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand are now In use.
THE AMERICA
Is ths only
LUIHrCATOR THE WORLD
That can be relied upon,
ANU 18 WABUAMES
To perform
All that U ClalBwa It It.
A certain number of drops per
mlnut or per hoar (slslble lo
lh e), w III keepyour Cylinder
lubricated continuously. (Th
old stylo of tups do not fctd
continuously )
It will pa for Itself In fact
ctery two months) In oil every
setru lo ten months) In wear,
packing and labor every four
mouths.
The above, also Cap toe
Shaft lk-artnics. Uyllndfr Oil
sod Liibrlcitlas I'onipusad nay
Us had Of th Anuls'
DII-UINUIIAK A CO
(9t Oin
SCHOOi OF COOKERY MSTAHMNT,
Board l per k, wllh fresh tt each aaornlar.
For Sale Fresh s. Cklcksa drsasW, oc as r
quired.
kWsf Tea. aad Soup, at ail hours,
rajr a afasat TIteaia4.At)a
t la ALFHXO H. MOUOHTO.N, rroprltlJc.
assil. '-4
H. HACKFELD&CO.
OITKIIJ'OII HAW.
INVOICES OF NEW 600DS
ITO AllttlVK I'KIl
JKIt.MAN IIAHK . F. IMK.NIIKIj,'
AND IT.H
"A'VAhAXTA," FIIOM NKKMK!f
(To Irt followsd hf lh"Kal" and "lolanl.
And per Stenmer, vln Panama.
IKVOICKH OF
The Following Goods
Ar ti'rw In mr rvsisrswl'm I
DARK J,m;b DKNIMM t
Now J'rlnU, HUr I'aiJa, .,
Ilfwwn C.Ht;rm, Hirrix-lt'a WliiuCWtrTia.AA W
'I'llrker 1I fVittiin. Tle.klnm.
Illtia Ijrrttcjr flrlll. IllnearuIFsnet FI.ANNKf
tier Ao. ha. V),
TAILOHH'OOODH;
Ilurksklns, l)oikln, fontlnja, I)la(fmls,
I'rlnbHl Moloslilria, ilrrwn Orils,
White I.limn Drills, An.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Wool, Flnnnel ami CoiUm 14 IimI,
Merlri'i arwl (ttin Uixlerahlrt,
Wool Jackets, KIjawIs, IlljiuJurU, Twels, Afl,
IIOHIKIiy;
HrVa ami HtickliiKs, ltatlir)ia(ii,
ClilMren's Ac.
Hllk lUndkorehlsfs, Foulards.
T. II. aud Fancy Oiltun HsBikrtUt,
Noekllfls, Wo.,1 and Hllk KraldaU "
Hihnm, Thrssvd, nltms, Ae.
India Rubber Coata and Ovaralfs
Fsnnr nnd Tollol Articles l Florid Water,
Ocniilno Kaa d OjIokijs, ltillocnne),
rn!n, Trmtli lirusbes, Inbin's Kilrscts, j
Vrnllivt Maulers, Harmon lens,
Violin HtrltJKS, JlariK Cards.
TxMkliiK Olawwa, m-ima Chnira.
STATIONERY:
Hli'nk IVyjks. Tnlifrtn, Jcmmats,
Day Jlook, Cony and ftnos-lpt Hooks,
Oold Jyaf, WllAI'I'INO I'ATKH,
Huperlrr 1'rlntln.r I'ajier, two aixof,
Mnrilln JUpn all stos, Hponyarn
Flax nnd jlcrnp I'ackinif,
Sucar cj Goal Bac
WojMrk, Ilarlaps. riatl TwIho,
Indln JtuliWr fnckintf,
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, Icad and Zinc Paint,
HARDWARE :
Fcnco Wire-, 4, ti, Cj Hoop Iron, Klrfrts,
OnlrnnlzHl Iron I'ipos KXnlH inch,
Yellow lletnl 10 to V, ou. Nails, KUmI IUIIs.
I'erfnrated ilruw, Uacketa, Cattery, Bcistors,
Ilatclicr and l'ocket Knlrcs,
Ilnzora, Hbep HUeam, 8aw Files, ius.
(JItOCKKKV In AHort4 Crates. AIm,
Dinnor, Ilrenkfnst and Tea Hets,
IJowla, ltiue DUlios, Cops, Flower Pots.
GROCERIES :
Sardine. Vinejpir, Dnret's Olire Oil,
Uorrnan Kauwikc
Ultra Wruh Illne, Illue Mottled Bonn,
Tablo Bait, HU;anuu Candles, 7. dec.
LIQUORS :
IJonUjllnu Ilrandy, Oin, Rani, Alcohol,
Ht. Paul's Ale, Muller'stoKerllier, Champagne),
Cb. Farre and Hidsiock utj Monopole, io.,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baakets,
Holamon and Tallow Barrels.
CEMENT :
Stockholm Tar, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
lied Bricks, Tiles, Slates, Boats,
Ulacksmith'a Coal, Bteam Coal, Ac
ALHO STEAM CLA.RIFIER8,
AND
Pianos from L. Heufeld, Berlin
FOB SALE 11Y
H. HACirCM C.
Sl 1
BY THE LATEST ASBIYALI
rwui mam rtusciara
T17E IIATE DECEIVED A IA.1IGE
Y T addition to onr former stock of Skip Chandlery,
Ship Stores, 1'rorlsloss, Ac, Ac, which rlrps ns lbs
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands, all sf which will be sold st ths
Lowest Market Prices, as osoal. Our friends asd Ua
public cenerallx are respeclfally Inrlted to examine.
2 8lf UOLI.ES A CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
ATLANTIC UUII PACaKASaWSr ST
100 lbs.
Zinc White. Hnbhack Lead,
Boiled Taint Oil In balk and In 5 callon drama,
A tall assortment Fancy Color Faints.
J BIS BOLLEi CO.
LUBRICATING OILS.
SrEHH OIL I1V A JIT )CATfsTT Bajsjalrsasl.
Castor Oil 2 audi gallon Una.
818 BOLLBS A CO.
WIRE RIGGING.
aKHs TUBM I1HCB TO s imcm:
s7 sal ny
BOLLXS A CO.
3 818
MANILA CORDAGE.
A rtLL AMUstTMaMT r
xm six I
I thread to Ire Inch.
818
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
Ax AMaMKTMEXT r aizm rmmm a i-a
Inch to 8 Inch. Also. Spunvarn, SeUlnf, Ballla,
llonsellne, Marline, Bonndlnr, Ac
818 BOLLXS A CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
nATEMT IBaiaT ATBAPrKas BEaMTaU.
MT Meulllc Iron strapped LUocka. Fate n I Buahlnx,
Plain Itushlnj;, a fall aasonmrnt of alsra.
819 BOLUSACO.
GROCERIES.
FAlRBAMKar UkUB IS FAIL, a !!.
each. Butter In Jars and Kris. Coeee. Cases
Assorted Table rntlls. Canned Meals, Jama and Jellies,
Honey In Ols.s, I'lckles. Ke.'s of Pickles. Vecrublea,
Kegs of Plf I'ork for family use. Bar of Vote. Chests
and Caddies of finest Tea, Sardine la qr and hf baits.
Vermicelli, Maccarani, Cracker Is varlelr. Cab Msa-sr.
Keg burar. BOXLES A CO.
BREAD.
SAlMmH BBEAB IM 4'AaEst ABB BssXBB,
me.um bread. Soda Cracker In est. Soda Crack
ers In Box aad Tina, Est Jumbles. Banska Cake.
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