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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A snwspAi'Eii puni,is;in wkkkly
fUii'cnirnof
riVEDOLt.ABS AYEAR IN ADVANCE
Subscribers ami Advertisers will address Mr.Thos. O.
Thrum. Ilnslness Manse r
All matter fnr ih Saturday I'reM should be addressed
to the-HVTI KAV IMtr.SS"
Drifted Out to Sea.
Two little ones, crown ll red of piny,
Hoimr-il by tho wn, ono summer tiny,
WntoliltiR tho prpnl wnvr comn nnil go,
1'rnttllnp, rtn children will, you know,
Of ilnlM nnd marble, kites nnd string j
SomotlmeH hintlnn; lit graver thiiiRii.
At 1.11 tlicv pifd within their reach
An old boat cant upon tho bench.
He Iter skelter, with merry din,
Over it "id(i they clnmlcrol in
Hen, with hit tminlcd. nut-brown hair,
lie, with her sweet fnco fltlMied nnd fnlr.
Uolllng In from tbo briny deep,
hearer, nenrer, tho creat waves creep,
Higher, lilghor, tin tho sitidi,
KenchitiK out with their (innt hands,
OrnxiiiiiK tho boat in lmlatnroUH lco,
'IVHSitiR it up nnd out to sen.
Tho snn went down 'rnld clouds of qold i
Nl(dit cnnni. with footsteps dnmp nnd eoId
Day dawned the hours orept slowly by j
And now, acrosi the sunny sky,
A black cloud stretches fnr nwny,
And shuts Ilia gulden Kales of day.
A storm enmts on. with flniib nnd ronr,
Whilu nil tho sky Is shrouded o'cr(
Tho preat waves, rolling from tho west,
HrinK ulRlit nnd dnrknuil on their breast;
Will flonts tho bout through drlvinR atoim,
1'rotectcd by God's powerful nrm.
Tho homo-bound vessel, Seablrd, 11"S
In roady trim, 'twlxt sen nnd skid,
Her cnptnln inccs restless now,
A troubled look iihjii his brow,
"Whlln nil his nerves with terror thrill
Tho shadow of hoiiio coming ill.
Tho initio comes np to whero bo stniids,
And KniHiM his ntin with eauor bands j
" A boat lmfi Just swept past. " says ho,
' HnnrliiK two children out to sea j
'Tin dnnijorous now to put nbuut,
Yet they cannot bo saved without."
"Nnnfdit bnl their safety will sulTlco i
Thoy innst bo snvod 1 " tho captain cries ;
" Ily every thought that's Just nnd riht.
lly lips I hoped to kiss to-night,
I'll peril vi ssol, lif o nnd men,
And God will not forsnko mo then."
Willi nnxions fnces, one nnd nil,
Knelt miui rosponded to llio call ;
And when nt Inst, through driving storm,
Thoy lifted up enrh llttlo form,
Tbo captain started with n groan,
"My God!" bo cried, "thoy nro my own."
Host llmtutek Thorpe.
A Romantio Career.
Tho mero narrative of Garibaldi's llfo
roads liko a mediraval Icgond or n talo of
heroic times. Ilo is nt onco tho Ulyssos
nnd tho Achilles of tho Italian national cpio.
Long beforo his namo had boon hoard in
I'luropo, his exploits, both by sen and land,
had irindo it a word of power in tho Now
"World. Having boon involved in revolu
tionary intriguos, ho quilled IDuropoin 183G
for South Amoricn, only to return after
twolvo year's oxilo, tho story of which, with
itn stirring adventures both of battlo nnd
peaceful enterprise, is as romantio as
any subsequent portion of his wonderful
career. In 1818 Garibaldi rotnrucd to Eu
rope, nllnrod, liko so many other Italian
patriots, by tho promiso, soon to bo blight
ed, of Pio Nono's accession as " tho Lib
oral Popo." But though ho soon fonnd
that his hopos in that dirootion wcro to bo
disappointed, Garibaldi did not rotnrn in
vain. IIi8 shnro in tho dofonso of Rome
against tho troops of tho Fronch Ropublic
nudor Gonoral Oudinot, nnd his victory
ovor tho Noapolitaus in tho campaign of
Vallotri, served to show his countrymen
that thoy would not want a loader ready to
go all longths when tho timo camo.
Tho timo did not como for anothor ton
years, and tho intervening poriod was ono
of sorrow nnd humiliation for Garibaldi.
Aftor tho disastrous Roman campaign, end
ing with tho occupation of Rome by tho
v "French troops nnd tho overthrow of Maz-
zini's triumvirate, Garibaldi was hunted
from place to placo ; two of his dovotcd
frionds wore takon by tho Austrian troops
and shot without any form of trial ; his
horoio wife, Anita, tho companion of all his
adventures and porils, succumbed to tho
oxposuro and privation of his flight, and
tho Gonoral himself only escaped from his
moro implacable foes to bo nrrosted by
Sardinian troops and carried to Gonon,
where La Marmora, who had tho command,
nllowod him to rotiro to Tunis. When
Victor Emauuol mado his poaco with
AuBtria, and tho hopos of Italy scorned ex
tinguished for tho momont, Garibaldi onco
moro orossod tho Atlantic nnd settled in
Noyr York aB a tallow chandlor.
Ho roturnod to Europo in 1855, and in
IRKS) thn war between Franco nnd Austria
brought him again into tho fiold. Hero wo
npproaoh tho bettor known, or, at least,
iho bettor romomborod, parts of Garibaldi's
eventful career. All tho world recollects
tho exploits of tho Chasseurs dos Alpos,
whom Garibaldi orgauizod for tnonutaiu
warfare, and lod with coneumnto daring
along tho aub-alpino ranges and to tho very
summit of tho Stolvio Pass boforo tho aud
dou poaco of Villafranca put an end for tho
momout to tho rising hopos of Italian
patriots nnd statesmen. Still moro familiar
f i't i,... nf lio nnniiinwen nf tho follow.
ingyoar, which waB begun in Sicily by
Garibaldi and a few dovotod followers, and
ondod in a few months at Naplos, wheu
the victorious patriot, who took no regard
for himself and nakod for nono, handed
ovor thd Grown of tho two Sicilies to
Victor Emmanuel and retired to his farm
in Caprora.
Tbo falls of Niagara aro now lit up by
olghtoen eloctrio lamps from tho Amoricau
shore. Tho offuot is thus described by tho
oorroflpoudeut of a transatlantic contour
i "" i T Va 4 H r a nlnnn nil 4ti
" I was sfanding nlono on tho
porary :
i.,m pdiro of Goat Island, shortly aftor
A...r ,him suddenly and uuoxpeetodly a
jrroat Uood of dnczling whito light burst
forth from tho foliago of Prospect Park,
and Bproad over tho groat voluino of wntore
which had previously Boeraod.iu tho twi
liKht, Hko mighty bank of bnow. So
riipid wub tho chango and so great was tho
effect that it was only nfter two or three
miuutea of bewildered ploaauro that ouo
could reaiiso what had taken place. The
vast sheet of falliug water bhouo liko thick
burnished silver, while tho otorniil clouds
of t-pray away down below wore as doep
gold iu their Bhimmeriug tenderness." Tho
Sight of gush about tho falls, however, has
been reached by n correspondent of the
2Yibunet who, remarking upon the lives
lost iu tho rapids, goos on to nay, "You
know that Hvos havo boon quonohod liko
tapra a tho fateful foam of the fll, but
the only testimony to the tragedy is the
great clouds of Bpray which roll tip to
fceaven like amoko from the alter of inirao
Utiou." Graphic.
The largest library in the United States
U the library of Oongrew at Waahioglpo,
which contained 281,000 volumes in 1874,
and in that year the British Museum and
the Imperial Hbrnry at St. Peter's com.
prised 1,100,000 Tolumes each. The largest
library iu tbe'wprld is the Rations Library
at Pariswhich, ia 1874, contained 2,000,.
000 printed boeke 150,000 mau-
M aa aMa
Saturday
VOLUME T.
Yellow Rain.
Tho recent researches of men of (science
would Fccm to domonstrnlo conclttRivoly
that nfc least tho lower regions of tho nt
mosphcro nro porvnded by Bolid particles,
not only of n minornl hutnn orpinic nnturo.
Tho ocean of nir surrounding tho world ap
pears to bo ns full of tifo ns tho sons which
lap its continents. Samples of thoso minnto
bodies nro occasionally brought to tho earth
for our infection in drops of rnin j nnd a
curious instnuco of tho kind has just been
hnnounced. On tho 25th of April Inst nt
tho villngo of I3onnovillo, nnd in tho envi
rons of Octiovans woll as nt other places in
Switzerland, showors of rain fell ; nnd it
was observed that tho drops, whilo being
very rnro in number nnd fino in sizo, wcro
tinged with yellow and left a brownish
stain bohind them on tho clothes and um
brellas. Fortunately for science, Professor
Plantanionr, of tho Genevan Ohsorvatory,
collected somo of tho coloring matter on
sheets of whito paper, and submitted it to
tho microscopic scrutiny of r. do Candollc.
This eminent French biologist reports tho
yollow residno to bo of vcgetnblo origin,
and mingled with tho spores of ferns or
other flowerlcsH plants. Tho Donnovillo
rain was almost cntiroly tinlod with organic
dregs ; lint tho Geneva drops wcro princi
pilly soiled with mineral mattor. More
over, on tho sarno day tho Alpino snows of
Bnrcelonotto wcro tinged with red to a
bight of 8000 feet, and on examination
found to ho strewn with sandy dust qiiito
frco from ferruginous ntoms, but compris
ing vcgotablo gorms. Red snow is not nn
froquontly soon in Arctic regions, but sel
dom in thoso lowor latitudes. Globe.
Evils of Gossip.
I hnvo known a country society which
withered nway all to nothing under tho
dry rot of gossip only. Friendships onco
an firm as granito dissolved to jell- and
then ran away to water, only because of
this ; lovo that promised a future as orulnr
itig as hcavon and as stablo as trutL,
evaporated into morning mist that turned
to a day's long toars, only becauso of thisf
a fathor nnd a son were sot foot to foot
with tho fiery breath of an nngor that
would novorcool again between them, only
becauso of this ; and a husband nnd Ins
foung wifo, each straining tho hatod leash
vhich in tho beginning had beon tho golden
londago of a Qod-blosscd lovo, sat mourn
'nlly by tho sido of tho gravo whero all
heir lovo and all thoir joy lay bnricd, also
ntily becauso of this. I havo -scon faith
rnnsformed to mean doubt, hopo givo
ilaco to grim despair, nnd charity tako on
tsclf tho foitutos of black malevolence, all
iccauso of tho spoil-words of scandal and
ho magic muttorings of gossip. Groat
iirimes work groat wrongs, nnd tho deeper
ragedies of human life spring from its
'argor passions ; but woful nnd most mcl
incholy nro tho nncatalogucd tragedies
;hat issue from gossip and detraction ;
most mournful tho fihipwreck often mnde
if noblo natures and lovely lives by tbo
bitter winds and dead salt wnters of slan
der. So easy to say, yet so hard to dis
orovo throwing on tho innocent nil tbo
aurdon nnd tho strain of demonstrating
thoir innocence, and punishing thorn as
guilty if unablo to pluck out tho stings
they novcr see, nnd to silotico words tboy
aovor hoar gossip ana slander nro tno
doadlicst and tho crudest woapons man has
forged for his brothor's hurt.
Clyde Shipbuilding.
Tho return of ships built on tho Clyde
during 1880 seotns to prove that there has
boon a genuino revival in this important
branch of industry. With tho oxception of
tho year 1874, when tho number reached
tho maximum, tho figures for tho prosont
yoar nro tho largest ovor known in tho his
tory of tho trade. In 1874 262,830 tons of
shipping were lnunchod, nnd tho present
returns aro only 25,851 tons below tbeso
figures, whilo thoy nro 61,820 in excess of
tho returns for last yoar, 14,226 tons nbovo
1878, and 66,869 over tho figures for 1877.
Tho yoar closos with a largo amount of
work on hand and good prospects for tbo
future. Most of tho yards nro well placed
for work, while ono or two of tho firmB
will not bo iu tho market for 6omo timo.
During tho yoar tho vnriouB firms engaged
in shipbuilding on tho Clydo launched 209
vessels of nn aggregate tonnago of 230,578
tous. ns compared with 171 vossols ami
174,750 tons during 1879. Taking tho
pnnoipal firm, on tho river, tho figures
compare favorably with last year; thus,
Messrs. Johu Etdor & Co., who headed tho
list last year with a total of 16,095 tonB,
have this yoar scoured first placo with tho
unusually largo total of 33,202 tonB;
Messrs. Elder A Co. have in course of con
struction vessels representing fully 24,000
tons, whilo thoy nro making engines of
7000 indicated horse-power for tho Russian
war vessel JUer the ureal. Messrs. Alex
ander Stephon Sous launched last yoar
10,305 tons, this yoar 19,005 tons : Messrs.
William Denny & Brothers lnunchod last
year 16,236 tous, this year 18,112 tons',
Messrs. D, and W. Uondorsou & Co.
launched last yoar 3,306 tons, this yoar
12,311 tons; Messrs. A. ife J. Iuglis com
pleted lubtyear 4,179 tons, this year 10,735
tons ; and Messrs. Ailkcti it Maneel
launched last yoar 2,009 tons, this year
10,000 tons. The number of vessels built
of t-toel during tho year roaches an aggre
gate of 40,688 tons, against 28,808 tous
during 1879. 2'om's.
HY.WAH HHOM,,
Importers of General Merchandise
. ntoM
FJiANCEAEXOLAND, QEHMAHY, AND
UNITED STATES,
No. S3 Merchant Btrett, Honolulu, H. I,
HVMAM HKOM..
WHOLESALE GHOOERS,
Jl and S18 California Street,
am r Aiicumu ,
or Particular attention vald to nlllog and Slipping
Island order.
(Mly
IVXINflHAaf
IMraRTIRI AR RRALIBI IV MARRVAB1
Oailori.Bry . Folnta ad OIU, aaa.ralMw,
Aaa4lM. )Ho. l Vl , Koiia. II ly
H. W. SEVERANCE,
Hn.wn.linn Consul As Commission Merchant
7 aHCaHforniagt.,Cal., KonmSo.4. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney nnd Counsellor at Lnw,
Sten hunt St., Honnlnln, II. 1
EDWARD PRESTON,
Attorney nnd Counsellor nt Law,
68 Fort Street, Honolulu.
ly
1
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
lttl Fort St., Honolulu,
TiuhlonMilo Milliner, nnd 'DroM Mnlcor.
1 -New Hoods nnil Styles rcrclvcd every month, ly
DR. N. B. EMERSON,
XHYMCIV1V A W13 TJM.t.e3-MOJV
Office nt l)r. Hoffmann's llrnc Store, SI Merchant St.
Seeldenee, corner Knkiil nnil Fort Hrrct (thenlil Krngcr
premises) Office liuur-ii toll a. M.ato lr. m. a Cm
J. NOTT & CO.,
Importers nnd Dcnlors In Stoves, Rnnp;cn,
JlctnlJ, llnnnc FurnMilns (looili", Crnckcijr. OUrr nnd
Chlnn Wnrc, I'rnctlcnl MrchnnlCs, Honolulu, II. I.
I ly
PISHEH'S
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
r. Xo. la MlllmNlrrrt. ly
A. W. RICHARDSON Sc CO.,
iMronTrm and nBAi.rn if
Jlootn. Shoe, Furnishing Ooodn, lint. Cnp. Trunks,
vMr, rcrrumery nnu snnp, aitiinm unicnes,
Fine JcHelrr, etc., rornc
rncr oi ronnnaicrcnxiu rm.,
Honolulu, 11. l.
i ly
M. DICKSON,
Photographies Artist,
104 nnd 101 Fort Htrecl.
rifluri'i of all nlria and kind made to order, and
Frames nf all descriptions contnntly on hand, Alo,
Shells, Corals, nnd t.'urlosltles of thal'aclflc 3 ly
I W. HOPP,
Cmbinot Maker, UphoUtoror, Sealer In
Furniture,
No. ffl KlnK Street, between Xuunnu nnd Fort Streets.
Mattresses constantly nn hand or made to order.
Mjr
THOS. O. THRUM,
Importing nnd Manufacturing Stationer.
News Agont, Book Binder, &c,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery. Hooks, Music, Toys nnd Fancy Goods,
1 Fort Street, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly
w. . wkiseii. joim swExsnr.
WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
Manufacturing Jowolora, Diamond Setters,
Engrari rs, nnd Dealers In Jewelry of all kinds. Shell
nnd Knknl Jewelry made to order, Orders also re
ceived nnd faithfully attended to for all kinds of Hair
Work in Jewelry or Memorial Designs. 1 ly
D.W.CLARK,
"Watch Makor and Jowolor,
iMronTEnor
Waltham and all other American Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry.
Watch Itcpalrlng made a specialty.
1 ly yo. 17 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
FRANK GERTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. IM! Merchant St., next to Thos. 0. Thrnm.
noou nnil Nliocs .Made to Onlcr, or Ilent Ma.
trrllil.iiiHl lit Ileiisjouble l'rlccv.
Boots nnd Shoos mado for Cash only
-jr
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wliolesjalo Denlern in Gene
ral Merchandise,
2 Makee's lllock, Queen Street. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
314 California St., ban Francisco.
Special facilities Soi nnd partlcslar attention paid to
1 consignments of Island produce. ly
VOLCANO BCOXJSE3
UKATKIl OF OF KII.AUKA.
W. II. LENTZ. MANAGER.
Plenty to cat. a ronsln" Are, clenn beds, and the best
attendance on tho Hawaiian Islands
Visitors requiring any unusual display of volcanic
action will klr.dlv a
;ih .mi
ano'er at leant ten days notice
In fine weather, and from eleven to thlrtccu In foul
i etev
(1 ly
wu.ii:it jk. cu..
Corner of l'orl and Qurrn btreets Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Naili, Salt and Building
(soo-lv Materials of every kind.
iii:j.ii. AiiM'i'in,
ooTjwswiiiion .a. a? Xjrv-w
gal No. 1J Knahumanu street.
C. H. IIAHTOIV, Aiiciluncer.
fialesroom on Queen Street, one door from Ksshumsnn
805 Street. ly
f. a. sciiAi:i's:it 4c :..
Imaortari & Commission Merchants
n:i llunolulli, llaviallHli lilanils (lj
it. . CUM.IlltiK. 31. 1..
BUBGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OtHre Corner Fort and llereUnU Sts, Honolulu. 82
K. I. ADAMH.
Auctioneer and Commision Merchant.
Queen Street. Honolulu. H.I. (ng.ty
ltu. iturFic;iii.Ai:si:K &, ;..
IKPOBTEBS AND COMMISSION MEBCHANTS
Honolulu. Oshn. H.I. o787 ly
A. H. VLEtillOUN St Co..
mrotTiaa and dialiks
OenorAl 3Vrorolxe.ncilof
7 Corner Queen andKaahnniaiiugtreets, ly
i. lutJKtKiiU at :..
OKHEEAL COMMISSION AOEHTB,
Queen Street. Honolulu. H.I. 7l-lyl
A.W.H1INI1,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
family 0 rocsry and tfi Store,
lt lyj torprtbireel.lloioluln.
uoti.i:i Ac co..
Ship Chandlers, and Commission Merchants.
m portersunu Desert In a.p,.rallrcnudL.,UusunStro.t
' Honolulu. Uaw.llmi Islands. 830 ly
l.AII'. Ac CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Importers of nrt Dealers In Ilaj, Grain, sud flener.1
Produce. Iliiiiolnlii. JI. I. n
JOHN II. I'ATV,
XOTARY PUBLIC and COM MU8I0KEH of SEEDS,
For Ih. States of California and New York. Office at the
B. of Bishop Co... Honolulu. oM ly
I-:. O. MALI. Ac MOM.
IMP0STEE8 AM) DEALERS III HARDWARE
Dry aoods,l'alnls, Oils and General Merchandise,
go.iy Cornerl'orland KlngSts.
JOHN ''. WATKHIlOllfii:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER III OERESAL
MERCHANDISE.
1J Qnten Street. Honolulu. II. I. Jy
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Assist to take AckBowledgmeaU to Co-
tracts for Later.
818 3
Interior Oftlce. Hon Inln.
Km
J. St, WIUTItKY, 91. I l, - .
Dental Rooms on Fort Street,
Office In Brewer'. Blocli. corner Hotel and Fort streets,
bit y Entrance. Hotel Btreet
cuo ar-mcaita. w.o.iwm.
W.H, U. IRWIN -'.,
Sugar Factori and Comsiislon Agents
Honolulu. II. I. Wt
m. v. i:iar,HN jo
DEALERS IR DRY O00DS ARD SRRRRAL
XXRCSARDISE,
rirs-prootlnre.rorll..aboOdd'llowilUH, 1'1'y
a. a. r. Cins. r. t. ., h
C, BREWER CO..
SHIPPING t CmlSSIOI 1ERCHANTS.
in HonolttU. Mawallan Islaias. ly
a. w. NArARi.ANi; :..
IMMHTRll ARR CMMUI0N MRRCMARTI,
lUblaaoa'a ftre-proof Building,
QaMaSWaal, . Hoaolala.H,!.
eaaia
Tb Glasgow and Kooolalu i Uaa of Pat'v
Joka MaT Go'. Hwpofi and aVm fackala.
VI. m
M." '
Tta. Swtjier naBMIhw. Hllo.
Hakalaa Fiaawsioa. m .,
MlrrlMa, Tslt A Wataoa, (agar Machlaary.
The ruioalar,aPja,Il
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY,
ED. C. HOWE,
House and Sign Painter, Paper Hanger, etc.
Mi ly Nn IU Fort Street. Ilnnolnln 3
Mordiant Tailor.
TM .No (IS Fort Ht., below DrrHlancenwalrt's. ly
a. . roiiiiji.w
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
IIoi-np MiocIiijc inrrlnuc lliirk,
I'lniiinlloii Miirlilnrry, Ac.
f09 Shop on King Street, next Castle A Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakory
3P. aracoirixr,
Prncttcal Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
818 71 Hotel street, between Xiiuanu nnd Fort. 3 ly
THOMAS TANNATT.
Xo. Kl Fort Street, opposite U. O. Hall ,t Son.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Music Boxes
For Salo,
Or carefully repaired In a workmanlike manner. Orders
from the other Islands promptly attended to. Tt-8 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
f-pfw BTKAJH KMJI.1KM, nVUAK Mlf.T.S
ZmJUtSL nollrra,CiKiter, Iron, llrass ami Lead Cillnc
Machinery of Evory Description,
MB- Jtsde to Order 0
Psrtlonlar attention paid to Bhlp'i Blaekimithlng
-JOIIW0KK xecntedon the shorteit notice. oS14 ly
A. W. PEIRCE & CO
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
aopnts roil
ilrand'a Guns and Donth Lances,
Terry Davis' Pnln Killer,
"M 1 Nn. 40 Queen mreel, Honolulu. ly
IIUBT. I.KWKI1S, CM. tOOKK,
Ii i: AV K n H A C O O K K ,
Successors to I.twr.ns & Dickson,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER.
And all kinds of Ilulldlne Materials.
Fort Street. WW ly Honnlnln.
:i:;ii, munvn.
ATTOENEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
NOTARY I'UIIMC.
And Agent for ta'klnir AcknowteilKinestsof Inttrnmentifor
the Island of Oshi
Q787 No. BKaahnmann Street, Ilnnolnln, II. I. ly
UOMilMTIWt Ac HO.,
Vrwighii, Afolhitiritt)
mportors of Tobaoeo and Cigars,
Manufacturers of Soda Water,
Agents for r. l.orlllard & Co's Tin Tnu; W. S. Kimball
Jt Co' Vnnlty Fair; and Goodwin A, Co's Old
Judge, Tobaccbs and Cigarettes.
BIG Jfo H.I l nn n ii Strpft.Honolnln. ly
tiiko. ii. ikvvii:n.
Latx Jaiioi, Ouni Co.J
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
ad Aorit roa
Ltoyd'sand the Liverpool Underwriters,
British nnd Foreign Marine Insirnnce Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. c&l! ly
CAST1.K & HATCH,
Attorneys tvt TjaTJP-.
V. II. CAS1LR, Notary mbllcattend Bit tho
Courts of the Kingdom.
Particular attention paid M the negotiation of Loans,
Coinejuriclng, Collecting, elc. BV Monej to loan on
Mortgage.
UOIcc: No. U Knahumanu street, Honolulu, Hnwnllnn
Islands. 86 ly
S. N. CASTLR. J. n. ATitEnroN
C.1NTM1 Ac OOOHi:.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IMPORTERS AND
Dealers in Ceneral Merchandise,
No. 80 KlngStreet, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
.... AGK.ST3 FOn
The Union Insurance Compan) of San Francisco. The New
T ngiami Mutual i.ire insurance uotnpany, no.ion.
The Oregon Packet Line.
The Kuhxla PI intatlon,
The Haiku Plantation,
Ilr. Jayne k dun'sCelebralci
Atedlclues.
wataina I'lantatinn.
uhCAlr A Wilton' ewlnir
Itainakua Plantation.
Machines. (oSOU ly) I
BISHOP & CO:,
B ANHLER.S,
HONOLULU, i l l l HAWAIIAN ISLANDS'
. . DRW UXCHANOE ON-....
1HE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : SAN FRANCISCO
AID I HtlR AdlKTS IX
Hov York,
Iloalon,
Pnrll, .
Aucklanrl,
THE 0RIENTAI BANK CORPORATION, : : : LONDON
AND TUtlk DaABCUKS IX
Iloni; Koiir,
Syil nvy, and
Melbonrne,
And tranisct a General Hanklnc Itusinrst. 7B7 ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
ALLAN UEHIIERT, Proprietor.
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IIOTKL 8THEKT, HONOLULU.
Entrance! on Hotel, Illchards, and BerotanU Streets
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
jrlcca the aama as First-Class Hotel in Han Francisco,
Kit 2
THO.UAN LACK,
MAOHINU
No. 40 Fori Mirtet,
will attend to alt orderaln tha
LOCK, GUN a GENERAL REPAIR LINE.
lie will give special attention lo cleaning, repairing
and regulating Hewing Maebtnes, and all oilier Kinds of
Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description,
lllackaintthlng, nt.
Also, on hand and for sle cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Maohines
Una, naiola. Hhol, AnisssunMlosi,
Machine Oil, Keedles, efts., oVc, Ac
rewliig Macblu. Tuckers, Hinders, and all other extra
and duplicate parts of machine) supplied on short uoilce.
J- Deal Macblae Twlat.-m
Sol flgtnt in ld Kingdom or
Tbo Florence Hewing Machine, from 0 to I0.
White Bewlng Machine, from H to(Tt.
Home shuttle Hewlog Macblna, fiom IIS U 135.
sr Including all enraa MM ly
I HAVE NEt'VHKU A
FIRST-CLASS HORSE -SHOER I
AJBd laaa atreisarsxl a caurrjr Ihla Braacll
ol uijr BHalateaa H 11 luaaiaier aalia
ractssrr najr rutraats.
OWNERS OPFINE STCX3K
WU1 do wellU glY it Call.
Horsaa sent to my Kins St, Shop
Wilt beuittiuUy ationduUo.
" C. WKfcT.
laerlcflil&lir
jrm. F TMB aVMB)V WKWaf
(VF strains, ana or all acM. f OX 8ALI,
aBajM boxed and dellvrsa to eteaaaet ai
ekomiar, AT MOPET.FBICK,
rariaan iiatTi- -" '" - "
m ta hauMT MaMU lamr mmm lav,
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Press.
FEBRUARY 5, 1881.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE A. BROTHER, Proprietors,
MUUANt' SltEHT.
Pilot, Medlnm and N'aiv Dread alnays on hand and
made to order Alo, water, Soda and Mutter Crack
ers, Jenny I.lnd Cakes, .te.
Ship Dread re-baked on the shortest notice Family
Dread, made of the Deal Dour, baked dallynnd always
on hatiti
II llroirn Ilrrnil or thn
iy
nrt tttnlltjr
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importor nnil Senior in Crockory,
Plain and Dernratitl Porcelain, Cut and Pressed Ola,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Chimneys, Ktc,
Tire Proof Store, cor. King nnd Nunanii Sts., Honolulu.
sMy
E, COOKIWEBB.'M. D
Homoopalhlst,
(Late Chief of Start" Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
Island, N. V.)
Olllce 60 Port Street. Special attention to dlsi nses of
women nnd children.
OHlcc honrs-amil 10 a. m. g to 1 r. n 81 y
o. arnKLKEi. n. fhiiliio.
O. SEOELKEK 8c. CO.,
No. R Nutinnn Street,
Tinsmttha nnil Plnrabor. TJonlor in Siovo,
Hallges, Tin, Sheet Iron nnd Copper Ware, keep con.
stanily nn hand n full assortment of Thiarc, Oahan
lred Iron and Lead Pipe, India Rubber Hose, Ac, Ac.
aj
HIOGINS & JESSETT,
Nos.tXlandMKIngSt.,
4gilCn.rrinKo Builder, Trlm-Qkfsa.
mlVVmcni, Pnintom, Vnrniahorn 3!3H
All kinds of Repairing nltcndcd to, nnd good work
guiirniitocd at Low Hates. 8 ly
A. I. SMITH,
41 ronT BTiirKT, iMronTEii ANiiurAt r.n t"I
Merlden Quadruple Plated Ware, Ola'swarr, King's
Combination Spectacles and Kyc (llnsses, llrackets,
Vnses, LiKtral Wire Ware, Fancy i-nnp, Plcturo
Frames, Wostenholm's Pocket Knives, Scissors, Pis.
tols. Ponder, Shot nnd Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cntton, MaehlnnOil.nll kinds nf Machine Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashions, Solo Agent for tho uni
versally acknowledged
Light RunningfDomeiitia Sewing Machine.
i iy
THE LIVERPOOL " LONDON & GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Established 1830.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Asset Sll.Slft.lOO
Kesene u $ O.TTO.IXX)
Income for 18?Jt
Premiums rcccUcd after deduction of rein
surance $ r,3Sj,S9S
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
1 3m ItlNIIOI- A Co., ArpiiU.
FIREMAN'S FUND
,. Insurance Company.
A Leading Home Company.
Asseta, June Mth $7(17,307.17
Additional Cash Capital (now helnp; called In) 350,000.00
Total Assets $1,117,307.17
TITO FITtKMAN'S FUND HVSUK
ANCE COMPANY haslB Its claims to the het
patronnije upon Its tound financial condition, reinforced
by Its accession of capital, giving It oier a million
dollars In assets; Its eitcnslvo sjMom nf Agencies, In
surluq It a largo premium Inconio, without the neces
sity of heivy concentration of lines: Its adherence to
tho best principles and practices of underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
losses.
For seventeen years It has been favorably known as a
conservative underwriter, and during that timo has
paid over
84,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Tasting triumphantly through tho heaviest conflagra
tions known In modern history.
I1IN1II1 dc Co., AKCiila,
13m Honolulu, II. I.
Boston Board or Underwriters.
GENTS fui iho Hawaiian Island.,
J 601-ly O. lHlKWHKACO.
Philadelphia Board or Utidervrrilersi
A GENTS fllr the Hawaiian I.lnml.,
SOI-ly
0, lIHKWhll A CO.
I'. A. SOUAIvPIIIt.
AGENT ofllremoii Hnnrtl f Underwriter.,
Agent of Dre.den HoarJ of Umlerwrltert,
ARent of lenna Hoard of Underwriters.
Claims agslnt Insurance Ompanle. xrltbin the nrlsdlctloo
o f the above Hoards of Underwriters, will have to be ert
fled toby theahoviagcnt to matte them valid. (T10 ly
IIA9IIIIIKOII-IIKK91i:!
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THK U.XnF.IlNIUXKIk IIAVIXM II KEN AV.
pointed Acnts of tho above Company, aro pre
Sarcd to Insure risks aeainstflra on Mono and lirlrk
liillilliiK., and on Mrclianllia stored therein, on
mo most ravoraoio terms.
office of Bill ly
For particulars apply at the
F.A. 8CIIAEFEHAC0.
HAMBURG-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of HAMtiuna.
BIIJI.niNON. MEnt!IIANJ)IHE. rUKNI.
TUllllHiid Machinery Insured against I'lre on the
most favorable terms.
A. JAKbKlt, Acent for the Hawaiian Islands.
8M ly
Insurance Notice.
THE t'NUEKNHiXr.n AIIK 1'KKPABKn
to write upon Merchandise, per flrst-clasa vessels
between this and thq Coast Forts, covering loss or
damace. If amounting to 111 per cent, or more, on the
sou-hi value or tne whole shipment at port or delivery,
upon fuvorahle terms.
. DlbHOV Jt Co.
Agents or the Firemen's Fund Insurance Company.
llunolulli, Jan. 30, ism). hit, m
Insurance Notice.
TUB AGENT FDR TUB DniTISIt For
elgn Marin. Insurance Company, (Limited), has It
celrd Initructloos to reduce the rate, of I murine.
between Honolulu and IVrts in the Pacific, and Is uow pre
pared to li.ue Policies at the lowest rates, with .special
reduction on freight persteaineia.
TIIKO. II. DAV1F.R.
ly MO Agent Brit. Tor. Mar. Ins. Co . I.lmlt.d
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OP RAH FHAJKCIBOU.
ladAX-lxae.
IBOOBPOBATID, IB68
CASTLE ii COOKE, ACENT
II
Far Ola Hawaiian Island..
Rhenish Weatphallain Lloyd
INSURANCE COMPANY,
tta? . ULABBACH. Kheulah Prasala.
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Go,,
Limited,
tr AACHK!f. (AfX.f.ACHAPEt.a.E.)
A 1,1. fL.AI.Wft IOK fAltril'll.AK AVKK.
A(IK suttalned by Oooila arrlvln hers, and Insure!
In me above Companies, have to bv mad. wih lh C"
nliance of and cerlllled to by tb undersigned. In order la
be Talld. (IHO ly) J, V. (IMI'K. Aenu
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
FOUTUNA
General Insitfawce Company of lirlin.
TIIK ABttVE INaVHaXre CMMtPANIM
bare established a General Agency hem. and the
undersigned, Ueneral Agents, are authorized to take
alaki aaraiaiat lb ttanccrai sr tha Bear at lava
M tsat KaaMMtaablai atata. atssl h aha
" Moat ravarakla Taraaa
Cia ly F. A. BCHAErEB A CO., aen'eral Agenti.
I01TH 1EITI W AMD MX10A1TILX
INtURANCC CO.,
Or LUHBOK AID DIHaUKOH.
KaTABWHKD ltOf,
OAaHTAIs ....... ..m . .. ........ aH.sMf.S4a
Aaaafaaaiutaal aaa) InvaalaA Vaiaal, (taa,ll
mHa UflDBBtaieaBD HAVB BBS Ar
M. ruiaTaw auassTa sat sue aaaawica uusa, ai
.ar.
ailaartasl Ulswra saaaaal UmatU tar saa.
AUka lak.a la aa aatl of Iks IstoaAaea aa4 Waaita
sMUiaaaa4 as.wUats. rtetstl Ik.r.la, aWaf Heaaaa
aaa rat attar., Viatbar. vom, aataa m aataor aiui h
NUMBER 23.
TltANS-ATI. ANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ir HAMltUMi.
Capital : : : Six Million ltelchimnrk;
Kiius ixstriu;n n hhimiinus. nr.R.
chsndlso nnd Furniture, on liberal terms, hr
us3 lr ii. tiAcicrri.n r-o,, Agents.
NORTH GERMAN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, Five Millions nclchsmarki
rrim
i'Nir.itiJM;i ifAvtNU nr.RN
Ji apnoin
now ready to
appointed Agents for the abovo Company, are
la.uo I'ollrleinirnlnal Itlakt orrirrmi Ilnllil.
Ink. .MrrcliniiilUc nnil I'nriilliirn
nn terms equal to tho.e nf other respectablo companies.
Losses pain loranu nmnsien nerc.
For particular", annly to
8-14 II,
HAUivni.i.11 .t wo,. Agents,
WILDER 6l
AkfmIsj for thn llnwnllnu
OF THK
CO.,
AR-rnlsj for thn llnwnllnii Ialnmla,
OF THK
Mutual Life Insurance 06.
or NKW YORK,
Largest, 8afost and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD!
Assets (1330) $90,000,000
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None bat FlrsUCIass Utiles Taken,
83). Mu
THK
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OK I10STOX, MASS
IHOORrOKATCn, 1H.15.
Ihe Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
tile United States.
Follelai Iiraed on the moit farortbi Termi.
F.xnmpln orXoii.l'nrOltiire Plan
INSOnKDAOK. 3S YKAns-onniNAIlY I.irE T1.KV
1 Annual premium continues Policy 2 yenrdSriays
2 Annual premium continues Policy 4 years 12ilys
3 Annual premium eontlnuSs Policy 6 years 27 ilays
4 Annual premium continues Policy 8 ysars4a ilaya
6 Annual premliiincontlnues Policy 10 ye.rs&O ttays
otoi. i 9xa.aoo.oooi
Ioiuiea Pnlil tliroiicli llnnolula Agency,
$49,000
CASTLE & COOKE, AJENTS
819 FOIITHK 1IAAVAIIAN MI.AKUR. ly
PIONEER LINE
FROM LIVERPOOL.
THEO. H. DAVIES
WFFKItM FOR NAI.K
Tlie Octr;os
OF
CITY OF MADRID AND OBERON,
(IOH Dnya Paaansrc)
JUST TO EC.3NTI
Consisting of the usual assortment of
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
OnlTitnlzod Iron Roofing nnd Fonco Wire,
Portland Cement (White's),
Firo Bricks, Blue Mottlod Soap,
Best Welch Stonm Conl,
Gnlvnnized Iron Wnre, Snddlory,
a pair Mirrlocs, Tnlt t Wntaon's Centrifugals.
Wines, Liquors, Ac. Ac. Ac.
AtSO
To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE
IIVK IN DtX'EAIDEBf
80 Tons Railroad Iron, T Ilnll,
HoofltiL' Slates, Ac. 4c.
831 6
THEO. II. DAVIE8.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex LATE AltUIVALS,
.Xjaxrare LotofHay
OF THE NEW CHOP. ALSO,
IVhole and Groun(i Hurley t Oats, JJran,
and Alfalfa Hay,
W. carry the largest stock of Horse Feed In this
KliiKdom, unit yre are always prepared to fill all orders
ivltli urcustotued promptness, and
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH.
aurOrnln Ground to Order.EI
Wheat, Com, Cracked Corn, Oil Cake, Middlings,
Mixed Feed, etc., always nn hand,
1 3m LAINK A CO.
At the Old Corner, Front and' Walariulnul Bt.
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO.,
AUOTIONEEHB, IMPOBTEBS AND
Dealsrs in Grensral Merchandi .
Groceries, Hardware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Dry and Fancy Cjoods, etc.
Ladles' and UeBtlemen'H t'HmUliRr UM
Late Importation, in great variety
Ckoiatat Snuada of Tobacco and Cigaia,
?UI.I. A.NU COMl'tETK
JsaWORTMEMT OF OAHatED GOODS
Fresh Importation.
Orders from tha country promptly and caref all exe
cuted. Particular attention clvcn to the purthaelnc of gooda
on special orders, either In Honolulu or at, the C'cast, Ly
uar special agents. -it
am J. II. MABV. Manager.
J,
VarBa
by A. W. aWCaiAJIRRRW ak
Comaa Fost aaa aUaaaaat ata- Haanlifa.
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H. HACKFELD&sCO.
OFFERIFOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
I TO A1UUVB 1'Elt
GERMAN HARK '. V. JIAKNDKI,,'
AND lT.lt
"ATAIiANTA," FROM ItltKMEN,
(To ho followed by the "Kale" and'Iohtil,")
And por Steamor. via Panama.
INVOICE Ot
The Following Goods
Aro now In our po-wetnlont
DARK I1LUE DliNIMS s
New rrinl", Slnr l'ndq, Ac, , ,,
Brown Coltotis, Horrock's WlilloCotion,A .t 11
Turkey lied Cotton. Ticklnca,
llltin Cotton Drill, Hltio nnd Fnney iTANNni.,
Iinatlnir., Itnli.in Cloth, ltemw.
l'nnoy Wliite nnd Illnclc Dlitsa GOODS,
Jncqutird, Molinlr, Moiisnollti.i, Jnrciict-t, Ae.,
llnrrge, Curtnins, Ijnnibrenutua, Table Cocr,
Ao Ac, Ac. Ac.
TAILORS' GOODS:
Htioksklns, DoeakitiH. Oxitinpcii.DinRonnlfl,
Printed Molonkinn, llrown Cordg,
Whito Llnctt Drills. Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts.
AVoolen, l'lnnnel nnil Cotton Mixed,
Merino nnd Cotton llndornlilrls,
Vool Jnckctn, Slmwli, lllftnkcU, Towols, Ac.
HOSIERY: ,
Socks mul BtockinRB, DnlbrlRRiin,
Chlldren'H Ao. . ,
811k llnndkcrclilefit, Fonlnrdi,
T. Jl. nnd Fancy Cotton llnndkerchiefa, '
NeckticH, Wool nnd 811k rniils,
llibbonH, Thread, lluttoiiB, Ac. , ,i
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy nnd Toilet Articled t Florida Wntor, 1
Genuine. Knu do ColoBne. l'hllocome, ' '
Cotubfl. Tixith llrnaliFH. J.nhln'a Kitrnnla.l
V..II... i . . t, . . '
A-i-niiicr isumurH, iinnnonicna,
Violin StrltiKM, rlnvin Cards,,
IiOokitiR Glnsscs, Vicnutt Chairs.
at 1 i
STATIONERY:
Blank Hooks, Lodgers, .Tonrnftift.
Day HooItH, Cony and Ileoeiiit Hooka,
Gold Unf, WJlAI'l'INO l'Al'KU,
Hnperior I'rintliicj l'nter, two aires,
Manila Itopo all bIzcb, Hpanjarn,; .
Flnx nnd lleinp Packing, ,
flp-uLSfCLX" Mo Goal Bags
Woolpnck, Hnrlniw. Sail Twino,
India llubber Pftckinc;, - -
SADDLE3 Sydney and English.
Powder, Lead and Zinc Paint,
HARDWARE :
Fonco "Wire, 4, B fit Hoop Iron Rivotfl,
Gnlrnnizod Irot Ilpea Ik to y( inch,
Yollow MotnlK :o 20 oz., Nnifs, Stoel Itnlld,
Perforated llrmw. Iluckots, Cutlory, Scissors,
Hutcher nnd Pocket Knives,
llazors, Sheep Shoara, Saw files, Ac.
CROCKERY In Assorted Crate. Also,
Dnnor, Ilrenkfnst and Tea Sets,
Bowls, Itiuo Dishos, Cups, Flower Pots.
GROCERIES : , ,
Sardines. Vinegar, Caret's Olive Oil,
Gormnn Sausage,
Ultra Wnsh Ulue, Blno Mottled Soap,
Tablo Salt, Stenrino Candles, 47. Ac.
LIQUORS :
8t. Paul's Alo, Mnllor's Lapor Bier, Chnmpngne,
impn
o, Ac
Ch. Fnrro and Ilidslock Dry Monoiioii
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molasses and Tallow Bands.
CEMENT :
Stockholm Tar, Firo Clay, Fire Bricks,
Bed Bricks, Titos. Slates, Bonis, ,
Blucksmith's Coat, Steam Coal, Ao.
ALSO-C STEAM CLARIFIERS,
AND
Pianos from L. NeufeldM Berlin
FOB BALE MY
6l 1 11. UACHrKLPi- CO.
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
ft'HOM NAN FKANt'lHCU
W35 HA VIC RECEIVED A TjAHGE
addition to onr former stock of Ship CJhantllcry,
Ship Stores, I'rovlsloas, &c, 4c, which gives us the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands, all af which will be sold at the
Lowest Market I'rlccs, as usual. Our friends anil the
public generally aro respectfully Invited to examine.
3 Blf BOLLES it CO.
PAINTS AND OILS,
A TI.AXTU1 I.KAD1II PAC'at AUEfl OF 3 TO
100 lbs.
Zinc White, Hnbhuck Lead
Uolled Paint OH In hulk and In 5 gallon drums.
A fall assortment Fancy Color Tal
iints '
a sis
IIOLLES A CO.
LUBRIQATING OIIS, ,
S PERK Oil. IJT ANY QUANTITY Reqiilred.
Castor Oil i ana S gallon tins. "-
818 a
UOLLKS A.CO.
WIRE RIGGING.
ttizuirauiKiiNcu to a inch hi. iron
nai. oy UOLUSo A CO.
3 818
MANILA CORDAGE.
A FI3I.I. AMMMMTMENa !' NIKEK IRON
mniii
c thread to Hvo Inch.
a 818
HdLLBS A CO.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
AH AaWOKTMEMT or BIZEal VKOal'a La
Ilousellue, Marline, Hounding, Aci
a 818 DOLLES A CO.
11LO0KS AN.D MAST HOOpk
PATENT latSlf MTRAPrKB LOCUI,
Metallic Iron Strapped lllocks. Patent Uuahlng,
Plain Hashing, a full assortment of sites. ,
818 UOLLES,JjCO.
GHOCEUIES:
-ElAlliaAIIHV I. Alias IN PAIIJI, B 101b.
m.- es
each.
Butter In Jar. and Keira.-
Cpeese. Case
Assorted Table Fruits, Canned Meals, Jims and Jellies,
rlnOlass.' Pickles. Km. of Wikl... V-Sri.!,!...
K of Pig 1'ork for family me. Bags 'of Coffee, Uinta
and Caddies of Finest Tea. Sardine. In or and hf boxes.
iiuhbj iu uih f iwn,. AGi ui I Kl., treg
Vermicelli, Naccaronl, Cracker. In tarlety. Cube Suear,
Keg Sugar.
auujaa as tu,
BREAD.
SAUiam BHHCAat INrVAliaW ANB BAXFJ
tedium bread, Hoda Ciackers In cases, HodaCrack
era In Botes and Tiae, Kgg Jumblss, Banana Cakes,
.,. . ,, HOLLKtiACU.
5 817 , ,
EXTRA MESS LiKKF, -
A MB KAaTEBtN EXTRA PRIME ' PORK
For Sal. by BOLLKS A CO
019
HAMSANJACON;.;
JrT AT MANU.For Salr by
a ! ' BOLLI8 A CO
EXPECTED. '""""
PER ErRKHA TK ARRIVE. AV 1ABBI
tlonal Stock of Ocaeral aferchandis..
818 MOLLItt A CO.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.
BKCKIVEB PER CITY p REW YORK,
th. Finest Lot In UiMaTket. "r
a,l BOIXXMACO.
GOLDEN qATE FLOUR'. ,', f
BAKER' JSKTRA, HA' VAaillfY IH
quarter and hair sacks,' ""
aMwaaoFloar laaaarMr aacka.
.'jags, recslred direct from its Mills .vary mouth,
and warrants tr.k,aa4Wlaaa4Mmallty.
8 818 BOLLEi A CO.
L 0. W1MY1CT CO.
- IHPOBTalM AN MAllaW'lN(""
"Mvitm oft jBiry lcltid
i .4 AVWA.iom-njmtrn jt
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