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THE SATURDAY TRESS. a v r. w p a i' k n p i n 1 1 11 r n w r. r. k i. y VlVr.DOU.AlUS A YKAH IN ADVANC1. Subscribers and ,ili-ettliets will address Ml Tlirs (1 Thrum. lls.meM Manst All matter fe the "steeder Press should be addressed U the NATI H1UY PHK ' By tho River. O ever- hnndiic rlvrr riml wrVfl tlir rlnnprlraje rn, Where arr the frtm Mul llic fares, 'I h ve-at Iinr slump, to the? f (tllttnnif olVn haulct V, Anil alhrruf entiiCiiiitatrvtril, Down Ivy I tie atinlrtnv aouny. Ami irr thi ilntiltiiu fnnl. .Ami lir In IliU ferny onwr, Whrtf the etudnw. Mil on Itw rrnr. A vta.n of wwplinc vruiuMi p.1". An hf r true lor gallop awny. JVJ-, lllltll tltOlt IWll Hlrttl. () rlTf, Awl clirf tlicin ns tl 1W To "aft tlieut Knur ami In tilde tliem In the mmtuHriK iWpltia f tlio it 1 Hliectt of n prirtrVa armor. Amt Kllnt of a Irtiatj awiml, Ami lil.tl-ltnrk! fare-a of fMtltM turn D Ins to nnvt their lord. rlrtler and itntcatueti nnj rtntttlrti il cvld rml prtca, ami n iimp Of iltlnlT de'llnUr illrn In powflet nml pate li and hoop. Snr. dklt Ihon mMr tlirw, (1 river, And earner thru aimer and lean 1 Hid tlwir besitte lt lilatt Mid falter Ith old-world hoped nnd freirt T Hid ttwr look on thr drep dk water W her It mirrors ilie dfitmwid pr.y, Ami lm ml sttuccto nml aufler A p of thl lAttrr lUy T Arrows Ibo trulf of tho apvs, W'hrrr the errt of allcnr lftS Ome-a a wiler " Yr ntn itcr, and hrotbera. Who lore and antler bihI wrrp," Kor tha Jsj- cr ljr. nml the morrow Ctut.4 lvf k a It iliil of jorr. Ami lh tnvv i Ihr fniup, aiuI the run row In the Mrrow onr f nthcr lorr. An the harden h Wen, k It nhftll be Till llie Vlml toil lwxn fn I)wn the utonnr wir of the rlrrr To the cAlin of the Infinite mv. U. in tht n'friJ. Reminiscences of Nnpolcon nt St. Helena. Tho ifl.tml being strongly fortified, with ft garrison of two Treimeiit!!, nml ve'scts of wnr constAiitly cruising nnxindit, Sir HmU on Iiowo should hnvc been convinced thnt his prisoner .n8 jcrfcctly snfo j lint so fnr from this, it is related of him thnt on ono occasion, becauso iS'npolcon hnd not been seen for thirty-six hours by nn English officer, ho ordorrd his nid in tho tniddlo of tho night to rido over to Long wood, a dUtnnco of nenrly fivo miles, nnd Ascertain if ho wns there. Whon tbo nid returned, reporting tlmt he had been tin nblo to sec Napoleon, ho wns immediately ordered to Longwood, with onlcrs to re main tlicro tiutil be had seen him. Tho poor aid informed Count Uortrand of tho nature of his instructions, who posted him behind a tree fronting the window of tho chamber in which Xapoleon happened to bo, nnd after remniniog there several hours he caught a glimpso of him through tho window, much to tho relief of tho nid and Sir Hudson Lowe. I also heard another story equally as ri diculous of this Governor. It appears that during hit time there was n number of Chi nese cooltes cmployetl as gardeners, nnd ho noticed among tiiem ono who resembled Napoleon so much that he nctually hnd him sent off the island, thinking that ho might bo used to facilitato tho escape of his captive. Mr Carrol, now in his soventy sixth year, who was born on tho island, and had at ono period occupied tho position of United States Consul, informed mo that Kapolcon wns much averso to tho visits of strangers when prompted by curiosity, but when impelled by other motives an inter view was rarely refused, unless prevented by iudisposition. Ho had to a great degreo the happy faculty of making a good im pression upon all who celled to see him, bis manners being of tho most charming character. Mr. Carrol, who had frequently seen Napoleon, descirbed him as being rather short, with n well-proportioned head nnd finely-cut features; his eyes were gray nnd of tho most cxprcssivo character; his bands and feet small nnd delicately formed, of which ho seemed to bo rather vain ; in fact, be always raid great atloution to his personal appearance. Among other anecdotes related by Mr. Carrol of Napoleon, ho mentioned that Sir Georgo Cockburn, who vra thon in favor with him, brought two ladies to Longwood to introduce him, nnd so certain was ho of having this honor granted that bo had omit ted sendiug word to Count Bcrtrand, which was always customary. On tho arrival of the company they were informed by Count Bcrtrand that Napoleon was not well enough to sco viwtors, which was a great disappointment, not only to Sir George, but to the ladies. IJertraud, however, man aged to draw Sir Georgo out of tho house, nnd engaged him in conrersatipn, when Napoleon entered tbo room where tho la dies were, to whom ho introduced himself, and by his winning maimers and charming conversation soon gained their esteem and admiration. Ho also had refreshments brought in, of which thoy partook, Na poleon then retired, and shortly afterward Sir Georgo rejoined his prty, and hud not . been awnro that tbey had thus been honor ed during his abfoncc, until ouo of tho la die happened to mention that Napoleon had treated them in tho most courteous manner, which annoyed Sir Georgo no lit tle. Tbo object of Napoleon in resorting to thu artiGco was to show that, notwith standing that ho was a captive, ho was just s exacting in points of etiquette as when he was Kmperor of France. To children he was alwas partial, speak ing pleasantly to them, and frequently ho would take a" soldier by tho ear in a playful manner, ddrosung turn kindly. .Mr. larvol alto relates that on ono occasion Napoleon, with his suiio galloped through the llntuh camp on Ddadwood, when tbo soldiers in. Tolunurily, and without orders, fell in tho ranks and saluted him. Untied &rvice William Thompson, the once fsmons Maori chief, adopted a shrewd method of deciding which of bis two sons should sue cecd him. A tbrj stood before him as be lay sick unto destb, he suddenly addressed bimwlfto tho elder, saying Sbortland, take down that gun and shoot the white xsan standing outside the but. " The youth wst about to obey the order readily enough, when bis brother intervened with : "Why should you kill the man? What harm has be dune unto us?" Then said the old chief: "Ym, that is right. You have what ia wacted saose and discretion. You will take my place when I nnf gone." And so the succession was settltd. Mr, Sala says that n blind mnn m,ight tell the different denominations of Russian notes by aiing bis nose to determine the taloe; the rule being, the lower the value the " louder" the smell. A hundred.rouble note will be redolent of patchouli, jockey, club, or some equally fashionable perfume; while tho single-rouble bote usually reeks of tallow or coirso tobacco. Saturday VOIiUiMK .1. The South Sea Islands. Wo lotrn by tho Jaytpnnit, from tho South Sen Island', (hit the island of Aneit enm, ouo of tho Hohridio Group, wai vi!t by a liurricutp whiuh did consider able destruction. It commrncrd whilo tbo Payfiritttf wns there, on December 121it, nt 4 r. M., and Insird tilt noon of the iMd. It began at tho east, thon fell cnlm for nn hour, iwomttipiicptl nt south-oust, and spout itself at that quarter. The birtitnnlor wont down to -II ill', nnd tho rainfall waa some thing astonishing. Tho day boforn tho ves sel milt!, a inrsMMiror from the shore wont olF ami rcKirted that tlio hnrrirnno hnd blown down nnd destroyed n lnrgo numlior of the ooconnut trees, nnd tho nun full had caused n Inndslipfrotu Ihosido of ono of thu hills, sweeping tunny nntivo habitations with their ocvnpinta into tho river. Throo women were drowned, nnd two men in jured, ono of whom nfterwnrda died. Tho Hood caused the destruction of tho unlives' plantations. ruiiTitrn ATnocmrs in Titr sooth seas. Telegrams from Queensland stnto thnt the schooner Chancf, from tho South Sens, report that tho lunts of tho Jalix rtcort" were fired on by natives of Tannn ; nlm tbo cnptnro of the schooner Ilorealit, of Auck land, nt Mnlnytn, nnd tho mnssnero uf tho crow, with the exception of tho Cnptnin, tho Government Agont and tho cook. Tho schooner wns nftcrwnrd recaptured by tho tchooners Flirt, Stanley, nnd Dninitlef.i. The luniM) of Mr. Unit, inifsionnry nt Apia, was nccidentnlly burned. Tho II ' I ling, junk, of Cooklown, nrrivod thoro from n, beche-dc-nioro cruiso on the New Guinea const, nnd reports thnt tho schooner J'ros witg, of Cooklown, wns nttneked by tho intives of tho I.eocndo Islands, New rfouth JnjKj, nt tho cod of October. Tho crow vero overpowered, nud nil killed except ho Cnptaiu, who escaped. Tho vosscl nnd i vnlunblo cargo; tho proceeds of livo months' fishing wero plundered nnd burnt. Tho crew consisted of nine, Chinamen. Tho Wong JUng was twico nttneked. Further particulnrs of tho mnssnero of tbo Ji asperity's crow to baud states thnt hey wero decapitated, tho bodies smokc liioJ in tho bechc-de-mer house, nnd placed niund insido tho mission houso ns trophies. Tho heads wero sont round tbo villages. Tho nttneking party is said to have como 'roni tho main lnnd. Tho property de stroyed is valucdnt 1200 to 1500. Sinco tho 1st of July, last year, thirty men from 7ooktown wero murdered nt Now Guinea, md property worth from four to fivo thou iand pounds destroyed. Tho nntivo teacher oscnped with great difficulty. Tbo Ilov. Mr. Chalmers sentu6tico of the intended nttnek m tho Wong Jling, aud succeed in saving acr crew. Tho schooner Mavis, Captain loosen, ar rived on Jnnunry 16th from tho Solomon Islands, bringing news of further ntrocitics ay Islanders in tho Western Pacific. Cnpt. Marshnll, of tho Sydnoy schooner Zephyr, ind his crew hnvo been mnssacred. Tho information is from nntivo report, but Captain Rosen has no doubt of its authen ticity. Tho Mavis wns trading nt Choiboul, ono of tbo lnrgo islands of tbo Solomon Group, on November 13tb, when a ptrty of natives camo off to tho vessel nt a placo called Uobctnnn, nnd stated that tho Ze pliyr bad recently bcennt tbo island, aud when sho touched nt Mavissy or Wonda, sonio 70 miles from thonbovo named place, tho natives attacked tho crow, nnd put thorn to death in tho usunl native fashion. After plundering tho vessel of trado nnd islnud produce, they burned her. Another report stated that r. whito mnn nnd two natives had escaped. Tho Zephyr wns n schoouer of 05 tons register, built at tho Ray of Islauds in 1867. Sho traded for somo years between tbo Solomons aud Syd ney, and was of lato engnged in trading among tbo islands for Captain Schwartz, of the schoouer Jkslie. Tho French war Bteamer J)'JZstresa nr rived from New Gnine.i, and reports visit ing Rnsilisk Island, whero thoy ascertained that tho Frenchmen wero murdered, nnd not at Moresby Island. They destroyed 118 houses nnd all tho plantations, but was un able to shoot many of tho murderers, on account of tho difficulty in tracking thorn through tho scrub nnd by tho mountain rauges. They obtained twelvo packages of b rds, n number of other natural curiosi ties, and ft watch, the property of Naudin and party, which wero saved by the nntivo teacher nt Dinner Islnud. The ship did nut visit Rookcr Island, nnd tho piratical nest there remains undisturbed. Tho teacher nt Dinner Island confirms tbo J'ros pent massacre. Tho vessel hnd soven tons of tit-fish on board when taken. The JD'Jttre cnllcd nt Test Islarid, whero it was reported that a largo vessel bark rig ged, iinmo unknown, was nshoro near Jioaker Island. Four of her boats had gone to New Caledonia or Sydney for as Mstancc, leaving tho Captain s wife nnd n number of men on board; also that tho 1 looker Inlanders had ngnin attacked Cant. Frier's becbe-do.raer station at Kaloumnay Island, hut were successfully repulsed. THE LATE MAESlCCES IX THE SOUTH SEAS, Tbo schooner Qitttn, from the Solornou Islands, brings information of tbo arrival of II. M.S. Hmtruld at Savo, on December 18tli. Tho vcxsel sailed on the samo ditto fur tho Florida Islands, where CapUn IJower and some of the Samltbt crow Mere murdered. It is reported that tho JuneruUl has received orders to remain at these islands fur nine months, and the murderers of Csptain Rower are to be de manded of the chief of the hostile tribe, We understand that Captain Kemp, of the Quivn, feels sure that the savage will pay verr little attention to any demand made by her Majesty's ships, as experience tcacbci them that they have nothing to fear be yond the rtoe of a few pigs, or the loss or habitations to which tbey attach little or no value. Ho further states that the natives havo becomumott impertinent, and declare tho practice of skull. bunting to bo a safe aud profitable game, to loug as thoy prac tice it on the white men; but when they try it od neighboring,, tribes tbey have to light for it. lie belief M that if tbe traders were allowed to take the law into their own bauds, twenty of thorn could with very. lit tle trouble sweep off any hostile tribe iu the islands. 11. W. Kl'.VUKANGK, Hnwnllnn Cnimil .t CnmiuUtlmt Mrrolumt r intt sIHornl t ll llinmi Nn -I It .1. M. DAVIDSON, Attorney nml CoimiMtoi nt I.ciw, 1 Jlpitmnim , Honolulu. II I j KDWAiin riir-STON. Attorney mill Cmnnnllor nt I.nw, ty I". i'l i llimilnlii I MllS. 1. II. OHII'lTN, i0 I oil 1 , Honolulu, VaOtlnniOiln Milliner nml 'Dreoi Mnlcer. I New (lihnlt unit Htjlin if fi'lrrn nft month. j DK. N. 11. KMK11SON. "" iMtrwiaiiviv ,jxivt3 mui icvmorv Ofllce nt llr IIMrmnnn'ii lime Ntore, 21 Mrtrhnut Sf fdienre, r unr kiilnil ml I oil ntvft (llieelil Kt"Kf r premle) ORIrehnnrs U tit 11 M, 3lo I r m. :i nm J. NOTT ft: CO., Imortnr nml Diler lit lilove, Ilmiea, MrUI. Hnii(i KiirnlliliiBloeil, t fitf)fijr. ftlmmiul Clilim Mure, l'MCll nl .Mi'i'l unKi". Ilunnlulii, II. I. t iy CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY AND GROCERY. o. CI I.llllm Nliert. It A. W. niOHAnDSON fc CO.. mrunTtn tiiiiiiirmis Hoot". Shoe, Kurnl'hlni; Onmlf, lll. Cr, TrnV, Vlle, rnfiiinrtjr nml Soiiii, Wnithflm Wnlclirn, Due JfiiflrT, rlc, entnfr of rorl nnJ .Merchant M., Honolulu. It. I i y M. DICKSON, Fhoto;rnillo Artiat, IMnnil 101 Fort tllrrM. l'lctnre of nil tlicn nml Vlml mmlo to onlfr, nml Frtmr of llilrncilnllnii'tonttintr n hnmt. Alfo, Shrllt, Corl. mill Oitrlosltlos of the 1'nrUlc. a ly i.. w. iiorp, Cabinet MuUer. Ujilinlntnrnr, Dealer in Furniture, J?n.MKtnj Plrert.liftwcen Niniinii nml Tort Htrren. MnttreiF! rontlnnilr on luml or iiinilo In nnlrr. rjj T1IOS. G. THRUM, Importing anil Mnunfnctnrlni; Stationer. Nnwi ARfiut. Book nindor, &c, Mf rchint Mrrr I, nml l)plrr In lMno Statlonrrr. Ilookf, Minlc. Tinn nml Kniicy OooiU, I Koit Stretl, nrnr Motel, Honolulu, ly vr, x, iij!n, jniii nfr..r.nr.. WENNER & CO.. Fort Strcrt, opposite Odd Kfllonn" Hill, MBnufnotrlnr;Jowoler, Dlamoiul Sottom, Kncrniers', nml I)Mlrr In Jewelry of nil Vlnd. Shell nml Kiikul Jewelry niHtle lo onler. Order nUo re eelifil nmt folthfiilV nttended lo for nil klndu of llnlr Work In Jewelry or .Memorial llclr;n. 1 ly D. W. CLARK, Writon Maker anil Jeweler, ixronmnnr Waltham and all other American Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Wntch Itcpalrlnc mndo .i jiecllty I IT No. IT .Merchant Street, Honolulu. PRANK GERTZ, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER So. '.Si Mcrchnnl St., next to Thos. O. Thrum. lloola ntid rlioea Maile to Onler, of Iliil .1fn terlal,iiiul nt llenvoiiltlp 1'rler. Boots and Shoos mndo for Cash only HZ M. S. GR1NBAUM & CO., Importerm anil Wholesale Doalora In Gene ral MorohandUe, 3 Mnkcc's Block, (Juecn Street. ly M. S. GRINBAUM Jt CO., ronmrdlnp; and Commission Merchants, 214 Cnllfornln St., San Krnnclrco. Special facllltle for nnd particular nttentlon pnld to J contlgnmcnts nt Itlinrt produce. ly VOLOAIVO HOUSE CKATKIt Or f T(II.A!i:.. W. II. LTJNTZ, MANAGER. Tlerty to eat. n ronslnc lire, dean beds, nnd tho beat nttendanceonthe Hnnalian lelnnil- Vlaltora reqmrlnz nny unnaunl dlaplay of volcanic action lll kindly plie Manacernt least ten daya notice In line neither, and from clcicn to thirteen In foul, f. ly HONOLULTJ STEAM BAKERY, R. LOVE &. BROTHER, Proprietors, NUUANU SHKET. rilot. Medium and Jy Itread alnya on hand nnd made to order Alo, vater, boda nnd llnttcr Urack- era, Jenny l.lnd Cakea, A.e. Ship llrenJ re-luked on Ihe ehortet notice. Family Iiread. made of the Ilcat Floor, baked dnlly and always on hauu. X. II. Drown Ilreail of the lie I Qunlity 5 ly T. J. MOSSMAN, Importer and Dealer in Crockery, Plain nnd Decorated Porcelain, Cut and l'recd Olaaa, silver Plated Waru, Cutlery, Chamlcllera, Lnmpa, ChtmneTe. Klc. Fire Proot store, cor. Klucnnd Xuusnu Sta., Honolulu. - ir E, COOKTWEBB,M. D, Homoopathlat, (Late Chief of Htatf Homeopathic Hospital, Want's Island, N. V.) Office 60 Fort .Street, fpeclal attention to dlacaaca of women and children. Onico hour. Until 10 A. M. 3 to A T. a. 8 ly O. aiGELXKN. 0. I.MiUSO. O. SEGELKEN & CO., No. 3 Kuunnu .Street, Tinnmitha and Plnrnber. Dealer in Stove, Ilauces, Tin, Shet Iron and Copper Ware, keep con stantly on band a full assortment of Tlnnare, tialrnn. lied Iron and Lead Pipe, India ltubber Hose, itc, Ac. Sljr HIGGINS & JESSETT, os. W amUW Klnj bt. V-r-. r.s-r- Builders, Trim-Bsaa PFFymera, Painters, Vrniher 53 All kinds nf Ittpnlrlnj attended to, and good work guaranteed at Low Hatea. 8 ly a7x.. SMITH, 41 t-ORT STHRtT, IMrOKTCll AXO IXALZU tx) Mrlden Quadruple Platod Ware. Olasswate. Ktnc'a Coribluailon ripectaclcs and h're Glasses, llrackets, Var, Lustra) Wire Ware, Fancy bnapt, l'lctnre Fram.-s, Wo.tcnholm's Pocket KnWes, rclsanrs. Pis. tols. ponder, bbot and Amraunlllon, Clark's Sp.-ol Cotton, ilachtne Oil. all kinds of Machine Needles, Domestic" Paper Faehlous, Sole Agent for tho uni versally acknowledged Light RunnlnglDomeatio Sewing Machlne- u. i. wiirrsir. Established 1950. j. w. hobiktsou WHITNEY ROBERTSON, triurcrssors to It. M. Whitniy) Intportini; avail Mannfactnrlnit Statioaar, Fubliahera, Nova Dealer. Book- Blnilcra and Paper Rulara. & 81 Merchant tilreel. Honolulu. H. 1. BM 81 . . .1IA1TAUI.A.1II; At CO.. mrouTZBs and commission merchant, flublnioa's flrs-pioof ilulMlas;, Qussnltrssl, Hvaolalu, It, I. iitnta roa Tbs aisitnw and Hoaolulii Uss of Packets. Joku Hay A CV LlrfHAl and Loudua l'acksls. Tl.. ttalkao Plantalk.ii, TIiicerl'laiiUIun, llllo. Ilskslsu I'UntallMi, llllu. tllitltrs, Tall A tt im, fnirr Mscblnsry. Tbs I'nuloa wlissp Rsoeh Clnir-.nt. TBI . a.cisTLa. J. s. ATMaatun DAHTLIi At OOBaVit:. SHIPfINO AND C0KMIIII0N ME8CHANTJ, IMI'OKTBU ANP Dealers In General Merchandise, Ns. 19 Kla llusl, Itaaolnlu, HswslUn Islaads. ...ioksts ron Tte OaUn lasaranea Compsayof as Franelaee. Tba Ka KngUad Nttlnat Ufslasaraaea Coaaaany, Il4st(in TbaOtsiva Packsl IJne, IThs Koktla I'Ualatloa, Dr. Jja k Sia'sCslkratr4 Tbs llslka I'lantatlua, MedicUss. HalaUaltaoUlloe, Wl.e.l.r Wltsoa's 8la(llsm.a PUatatloa. Ms.hlns.. (".vx 1 I biThop CO., BANriXI3R, IIOXOI.UI.V, I I I IIAWAIIAX laLAHDSV . . D1UW IXCIIANOS o: IHE lilt Or CUIFOMI. ; : : SM FIAKIttO as tacia aatms la Maw Vrk, arnrs) AaxkUava, TMCOMCNTII IHICNTMITrM. : : IQMM ax Tina aatacail li Meaej KaR, Sralaer, aad Nelkxiarae, Aa4 traaaacl s Ounal KasaUc Baslsaae. 71 llONOJiUliU, J-l. I., kSATURDAY, Ull.li:it A: '., turner of I oil knd DufHi Mm la Heniiliiln, l.umhnr, l'nlnti, 011a, Nnllt, Silt and nultitln", (i-l Mntrrlntxif rvory kind. Illi..l. II. .tllrVn.V, UOVNN MTiliO tl JV'I' TiAW ' Nn l.'l Kaahuinnuit alreet !, ,t. ll.alt'l'tMV. A mil or. ('!.oim nn 0,iiii Klirt, mi iliwr fmm Knatiiimanii at ntrel ly i'. a. MOi.tr.mm a- o . Importnrn A. Contntlnalon Morohnnta '11 Itonnlllttl, HawalUh ItUnil (ly O. .M. I'IMI.lll.-MJaa, .11. ., snnar.oN and homkopathio miymcian. Iiare Pnrtiar tort nnd llfrMnl M, llrneliiln W :. i. ,i..;Mrt. Auetloiioor nnd Commission Merchant. Hiiomi."iiiI. MivM.ilnln.il I !s!.y i:i. iai'i,.x4,iii,lti:lii:it .v , IMrOHTEltS AND COMMISSION MEHCIIANTS llniinlillil.Oalin. Il.l. eM. 1 .i. n. :i.i:Jiioit. Ac .. IxronTint trn niiunt li Oouovnl IMtorolinucllnio, 7(9 C.trner Queen and Kwalinniahn Jlie e In, lr "" ii.Yi,:ii'i:i.i a7;oT OF.NKKAL COMMISSION AOENTS, Uiiern Slreel. Ilnnidnln, II 1. 7fll lyl 'a. W.'lTll H II. GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER. I'amll) (Iruceryand V'eed Hlote, I tyl 611 Ki.rt Sllret.llneolulli. MRS. A. M. MELIUS, Fiuhionalilo Droa nml Cloak Maker, 101 Fort atreel, lliinnlulii, II. I, KW ai ly IIOI.I.I'.M . .. Ship Chandtori and Communion Merchnntu, morteraamllealemln flenernl MercnaiMllic,luen,iroet lllinnlnlli.llnwallaii l.lnlnl. V) ly A: .. MERCHANTS COMMISSION And ItiiiHirlera i.f nuit Iiealeit In liny, Oialn, and (Initial rnJiif. lliinuliilii. II I. Jul ly .11)11,1 II. I'ATV, NOTARY PUBLIC nnd COMMISSIONER of DEEDS, I'or Hie Mate of Callfuinla nnd New Yurk.OBlce at Hie Hank uf lltiliop it. Co., . llnntdiilu. i.pflft ly I.. O. IIAIil. At jo,, IMP0RTER8 AMD DEALERS IN HARDWARE Dry Onoda,ralnta, 011a nnd General Merchandise, 810. ly Corner Fori and King ft .ioiii r. iVATi:itnoi!M:. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Hi Queen Street. Honolulu. II. I. ly JNO. A. IIASSINGER, Agent to tnko Acknowl(1;nient to Con- tract for Lalior. SIS .1 Interior Office, Hon luln. Cm .1. .11. WIHTiWn'. .11. !., I. I. !. Dental Rooms on Fort Street, Ofllce In Brewer's. Hlocl:, corner Hotel nnd Fort atrceta. 811 ly Entrance, Hon I Street claus arnrcszta. w, o. mwiN. U'.U. a . iitwin At CO., Sugar Factors and Commiasion Agents Honolulu. 11, 1. 607 it. i i:iiLt;n.4 Ac :.. DEALERS IN DRY O00DS AND OENERAI MERCHANDISE, rire.prnn(8tore, rorl8t..BlioTeOdilKelluwi Hall M.ly K. i. r. ciRTan, r. c. Joara, Ua. C BREWER & CO SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 7i Honolulu, Hawaiian Ialandi. ly r. T. LENEH AN tc COn Importers and Commiasion Merchants, 8.15 Kuuanu Slrter, Honolulu. 19 S. M. CARTER. Agent to tnko Acknowledgment to Con tract for Labor. Ofllce at P. M. S. Dock, Esplanade, Honolulu, II. I. Ml 15 ly ii. i:. sici'i'VKi: &. itKoriii:it. OR0CERY, PEED STORE and BAKERY, Corner of King and Fortatreets, IIONOI.Ut.U. 8H ly UII.I.IKUIIA.ll At SJ.. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE Cutlery. Dry (Inodt, ralut. and Olla, and (laneral Mar chamlUe, No. 37 fort Slreet. Ilonnlilln. f-HS ly THOMAS TANNATT, No. B3 Fort Street, opposite E. O. Hall & Son. Watches, Clocka, Jewelry and Mnalo Boxes Tor Sale, Or carefully repaired In a workmanlike manner. Orders from the other Islands promptly miendcd to. Tt8 ly A. W. PEIRCE Si CO,, SHIP CHANDLERS tt COMMISSION MERCHANTS XOENTB SOU Ilrand'a (luna and Ilouib Lancia, Perry Darls' Tain Killer, j,t Nn. 40 Queen Ktreel, Honolulu. lr HOIT. LKWKHS, C. M. IIUOICK. liKWKHN Ac. OOOKE. Successors to Lawcna & Dick so, IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER And all kinds of llnlldltiK Materials, Port Street. HIM 1 Honolulu. ::' i. unow.'x. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. KOTAltY I'Ulll.lC. And Agent fur taking Acknowledgments of Instrumsntsfor the Island of Uahu. uts No. SKaabiiniannelreel, llnnolnla.ll.I. ly mi i:o. ii. iavii:. Hit JiKlOS, Hans Co. J IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT ad Aoiar roa Lloyd's and the Liverpool Undrrwrllers, llrlll.h and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and Murtlisrn As.iiranceCoiinmny. i'831 ly CASTI.H Ac HATCH, Attorneys nt JLei-w. W, It. CAbl LP., Notary Public, attend all lb Conns of he Kingdom. Particular attention patil I.. Ihe mcotlallOH of Loans, Cnntej slicing, Collecting, etc. - Money to loan on Mortgage. OMee I No. II Kaahuniann strest, Honolulu, Hawaiian lilanda. ' ly II O I.I.I M'l' Kit tc CU,, DruijyitH, Ajxilbtcaritt, mporters of Tobacco and Clgara, Manufacturers of boda Water, Anents for P. Loritlard t Co's Tin Tag; W. H. Kimball at Co's Vanity Fair; and(llwln 4 Co's Old Judge, Tobaccos and Clgarcttea, 610 Jlo.aa.XiiiiHiiM atrtet. Huasolnlu. ly IIY.lf A. HKON,, Importers of-General Merchandise PHOM FRAN0E,ENaLAXD, GERMANY, AND UNITED STATES, No. 21 Merchant Street, Honolulu, n. I, ll-i'MAN RRON., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sl and 318 California Street, MAN r RAW at I H V St . Particular attention paid to flllluR and shipping Island oiikrs. oU3 ty KNO WIPES' STKAM AMD Vn. ouum Pump, MB DNUBMIaeVKO MATS KIT BB. i. nicrVKO per Ar Turner, treat Bftaua.aT fuU as a.artasani of Ikeae eelebraud rnsnpe. whloh aresua'aa ld to be cheaper and belter than say otbsr .trie el puma Import, We call the allsnlVin of planters lawUc. uleilyutbe Vacuum rump, which la lee. complicated and mora aerstcs.ble bau oibar pusnpa. Mn Hit C bttiiVVKK 00. Press. kkiiruakyjo, fSSl. ED. c. now II, Ifonan nitil Slr,it 1'nltitor, liiior lliuinr, Ao. .mJ ,5L , N" ! Port Htreel lliinolulii Movolxnut. Tailor. inj No as Ki.rt hi , below Hr iangenialira, y Cim. OEllTZ, Tmviortor nml Don 1 or In OimlV, I.mllna', nml Clillilrnti'a lloola, Shona, mill Slliinra. Just rrrelseil n treat nrtelr of II. ml.. Hlioea nnd Hlln pers, alo Ladles While Kid llnttnti Hoots rij-j v. 'i.i:,ua. DLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST llnroo Miiii'liiir, iurlnKt Morli, I'IiiiiIiiIIiiii ,'lmlilnrr.s , Ar, H0llHlinji nn Kind Hlrirl IH't (Inslle ,, Cnnkr-V lr 1MONKEII STEAM Cnncly Mnnufnctory nnd Bnkory ar". XXOXX.TST, rrnctlcn.1 Confcetlonrr, Pnitry Ccok anil DnVer, BI8 71 llntnl slteel, belwren Nilnnnu nml Kurt. Sly HONOriULU IKON W0RK8"00. frffx "Ti:,! KMII.MCM, (III A H JIIM.H !aarlaVaas llellrra,0uolsr. linn, llrasaml Lead Castings Mnchlnory of Evory Doocrlptlon, Of Made In Older "fid Particular nttentlon pnld to Ship's nUoViralthlne; .lnil 1VOIIK sieenlnlnn llieslmilest nollee. tsnl ly 'I'HO.M.tN I. ACM, AOHINI8 1WC T. &4 N 40 Nn. in I'ort Nlrert, III nlten.l lo nil nrdera In the ' 'LOCK, GUN & GENERAL REPAIR LINE. lie nlllRHo npcclil iittMiillon io rlrntilniti rtpnlrlnir ml rrKiiUtMiK ho I in; MsH-hlur. unit All othf r hinttn nf Unlit .MuchliiiT mill M vliil Work of rvory ilttHcrptlon. ItUckniiiltl.linc, rlc. AUof nn Imml nnd for nnlr flhenp. A Variety of Sowing Machines tllllla. I'lalol. Mint, AltlliltlilllllMl, XMtnebino Oil, Noedlos, Ac, aJkc, site. eenlns Machine Tiickern, lllmlera, nud nil other extra stilt duptlrntii mrla of niachlnea aiiilled on short notice. sT Heat Mai-ht.ni Twlst.-Cn ."Sole Jfftnt mthit Kinjihn or Thr riorencoHinvIng Muchlne, rroui I0 In !0. WlilioNewlincMncblne, from (M to t"f. Ilniiiv shuttle Hrwliig; Machlno, from JIS tJ lft. eg- Inclll.llin all valrna ot jr i iiavi: Ni::mti:i a FIRST -CLASS HORSE-SHOER I Anil nm prrpnrril to carry nn (Ilia nrnnrli ol my Ilualiieina In is innuurr antla. fnctory to my lntrou. OWNERS OF"lNE STOCK Will do well to give me a Call. Horses sont to my King St. Shop Will be faithfully nttended to. V sm C. WEST. THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL, ALLAN IIEHBEKT, Proprietor. Safes -ia -eEtSAiSriK HOTKL STllKET, HONOLULU. Entrances nn Hotel, lttchiirda, aud Ucrctanla Streets FIRST-CLA8S IN EVERY RESPECT. Prlcea tho annio as First-Class Hotel In San Pranclsco, Ml 2 uusiuu iiuiaiu ui iiiiuci tfrncrss A OP.HTI for tho Hawaiian lalanila, a. sm-l) 0. IIHKWKItaCO. rhilailclpliia Board of Uiulerwrilers. AOKKTH for tho Hawaiian Ialanda, UMy 0. IIHKWt.nCO. i'. a. nwiiai:fi-:ii. AUK.NT ofllrrincii Hoard of Underwriters, Agent of lire.dsn lloanl of Underwi iters, Agent o( Vienna lloaid uf Underwriters. Claims against Insuranca Companies within the Jurisdiction of tha abore Ilnarda of Underwriters, will have to lis art tied toby Ihaabofairenl tn n. site them Talld. 1P0 ly iiA.tiiiiiit4iiiiiti:.iii:. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Till: Il.MKltNIlMt:i IIAVINU IIKKW Al. oolnted Acnts of the nboo Company, are pre Iiared to Inrure risks aualnst fire mi Nlniio nnd llr Irk IIkIIiIIiik. and nn Mrrclixiullao stored thrn-ln, nit the most favoranlo terms, Kor particulars apply at the oHlceof DM ly V. A. SUIIAEPEK & CO. HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, or HAMiiuita, Buii.niNaai. .iiKRriiANniNr. iurni. TI'ltK and Machinery Insured aj.lnst Fire on tbe moat favorable trruie. A. JAallal-lH, Agent for tho Hawaiian Iilnnda. Ml ly ; Insurance Notice. Tur. i.Mi:KMi.M:n aii; I'KKPARr.n to write upon Merchandise, per ftrst-claa vessels between this aud thu Coast Ports, covering loss or damaita. If amountlns to 10 per cent, or more, nn the sound value of the whole shipment at pott of delivery, upon favorable terms. 1IIHIIOP A Co. Actuts of the Firemen's I'unil Insurance Company, Honolulu, Jan. :, ISKi. . KW 3ni Insuranoe Notice. rfUIIS AflKST KOIl TIIK RltlTIIII Vpr. elarn Xarlna Insurance Comany, (Limited), hs is etlvfd InstiuciluKs In rtsluce the ratee nf liisureiic bstaesu Ituimlulu and Vrl. In the PaclAe, and Is now pis. pared to l.ius policies ai lbs lowest rates, wills aspsclal reduction on frslibt per stsarnaia. TltUO, II. DAVIKS, ly " Aa.ntflrll for Mar. Ins. Co.. t.lnilts.1 THAN S- ATI. A NT It FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, tit' JIAMHirHis. Capital s : ,- Six Millions fieleJtsmark. RIMUft INNIIHKR ON HDla.lll.MsN, MKR. cbandlsa and furniture, on liberal tenna.br -3I lr II IIACKyKI.II A It)., A rents. UNION INSURANCE COMPANY Of SAN rKAKCIIOU. 3aaC.X-lXa. uoosrOaaTiD, iaas CASTLE COOKE. AGENTS Ill Par tha Hawaiian Iala4a, NORTH CERMAN FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY, Cait.li Five MHIUm IcIckSMrk. THK I'NnrRaallelKR HAVINU BMRN appointed Ajsnta far the abova Corapaay, arc now trady lo laaMIe Pesllcle) acalaaal Rlahe ! rire Bajl4 laisja, Marckauslsaa anal rtarullura os term a equal tat hot. of other rc.pceUble cobmaIu. Loetcs ptd for and adjoaloel here. I'or ctrtfcuUra, apply to SM ' M. HAOKPILD At Co.. Arcnts. TO IselT. TWi l.RK AMR eRrRT4RI.T rrs nlsbed Koouss. Apply at No. 4 0atca Last, two doers (rues Bereunu alreet. Wa) mBM ij t . ,j; NUMBER, 25. THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Kslnhllshed IMd, Unllmltfil I.tittillKy to Stocltliolikt-s. AsselS . . ,, tllSWIW lleser ,. i n.7,v),ivi Inroiue for IH?Ji Preinlnins trrrUnl after ilrducllon nf rein surance. ......, I,,.,,. ,,,,, $ f.,nnj,'W I.nisea iriiuiilly adjusli'd nml paid here. 1 Dm IIINIIOI A 'o.. Annua. JUEAtAJN'S'jJNii ln8uranccCompariy. A Loading Homo Company. Aaaela, .TminMiltli ,. , WtflrtAT AiMltlniial t'nsli Capital (now belnc cnllcd ln XM,ivO,W Total Assols .....$1,117,507.1; .1. A.NOi; I'OMPAMV basis. Ha claims to llm l,.,t iiiiirniiasniiiou lis sound financial condition, reinforced by Ua nrri'salnii of capital, ulrlnit It ntrr a million lollnra In nssea Ha rjtenslvo ayslem nf Agencies, In. stirlne It n lnrxirpmllim Income, wllhnut the nerei. altyrif henty conceiitralliin of lineal lis ndherenen lo llm best principles nnd pracllrea nf Undemrltlnicl by open, fair nud clearly enpressed contracts, nnd prompt and equitable adjustment aud payment of Icgltlmatn losses, Por eeucntccn years It tins been fnrornbly liiiiinn as n conservative iindenvrlter, nnd ilnrlnu that time has paid oer 4,000,000 IN LOSSES, Pnaalnc trltimphnntly through the hcavloiit conflacrn. ttnns knunn In modern hlalnry. IIINII4II' A to, Astrula, . 1 .lin llrnolulii. II. I. GKKMAN LLOYD Marine lnsuranceCompany of Berlin. v o inTu n a General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin. miit: Aitovr: inmiratvck conpAivirM J. hare established a flenernl Agency hem, nnd Ihe undersigned, flenernl Agents, nre nulhnrUed to take Hlak niralliat llm llnliitrra or the) Ni-aa at tha Moat llrnaiinahln llnlra. nml on lliei Moat I'Msoriililr 'lorina. BIS ly l'.A..S(IAi:i'i:it CO., (lenrrnl Agents. Rhonish Westphnllnn Lloyd INSURANCE COrVsPANY, SI. Ui.AIIIIACII. Hhcinlah I'rnaaln. Aachon and Leipzig Insurance Co., Limited, UP AACIIK.T. (AIX.I.A.GIIAPr.l.r.K.) A I.I. C'l.AinN IOII I'AHTICIII.AK AVKK Ailll ati.tslned by Goods nrrlvlna; hero, and Insured In tne above Companies, have lo be made with the cog nliancnof and cenllled toby tho undersigned. In order to be valid. (7H0 ) J. c. (II.AIli;, Agent NORTH BEITI8H AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO., OF IjO.MION AND KDINnUUGII. KETAIILISIIF.D 1809. CAPITAL J.I.0T,3f Aronmnlatcd and IiiTeated Fund. H,H3H,11 raillB UNHKHNinNKII IIAVIS IIKKN A P. M. POIMTKO A0KNT4 for the Sandwich Islands, and are authorised to Insure agalnit Kire upon favorable terms. Hlsks taken In any part nf tho Islands on tone and Wooden lltiltillngs and merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Mouses and furniture, Timber, Cmla, Ships In harbor wllh or with nut cargoes, or tinder repair. am tr kd. noPFSciit,Ar.or.ii a co WILDER & CO., A crista lor tha llatenllasi lalanila, OK TltE Mutual Life Insurance Co. or ni:w to itK. Largest, Snfost and Moat ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO. IN THE WORLD! Assets (i830)...$9o,OOO,OOO cVXjiZa OA.SB:. Now is a Good Time to Insure None but Plnt-Clars Ulsks Taken, gai.'Jr. Titi: New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. or nosTov, mass INCORPORATED, ISIS, Ihe Oldest Purely Mutual Lift Insurance Co. in the United States. Pollclet limed en the most fayorable Termi. r.xnmiln of Pron.Forrcllnra Plau INSUKKD AOE, Si YKAlt-OllDINARY l,irn VI. Kf 1 Annnal premium continues l'ollcy 2 years daya 5 Annual premium continue. Policy 4 yeara 1 days 3 Annual premium c. ntluues Polity 0 yeara 27 days 4 Annual premium continues Pulley 8 yeaialt days 6 Annual pieintnnicontluusa Policy 10 years &A daya laaotsas, s 18,000,0001 laaea Palil thronli llmsaluln Aacucjr, 40000 CASTLE & COOKE, AJENTS 111 POR TIIK HAWAIIAN ULAXUII. W HAVE JUST RECEIVED Kx LATE AIH1IVAL8, AZiarse ZsotofBay OK THE NEW CHOP, ALSO, IPfloto and Ground .Barley, Oats, lirmn, and Alfalfa Iay. We carry Ihe largest stock of Horse Feed In thli Kingdom, and we are always prepared to til all order, ivlth accustomed promptness, and AT LOW RATES FOR CASH. DaT-Graln Orounil to Ordered Wheat, Corn, Cracked Corn, Oil Cake. Middlings, Mixed Iced, etc., always nn Land. 1 3m LAI.NE A CO. At the Old Corner, front aud Walanulnnl Hts. A. S. CLEGHORN A CO., AUCTIONEERS, lUrORTEHB AND Pealeri in General Merohandlee, Qrucerlra, Hardware, Hoots nml HIicks, Clothlnc, iity and Fancy Goods, etc. Udlf s IBs! Genllf we it's FHrrtlshUf (,ee4s, Late Importation, In treat variety. ChoioMt Vruula of Tobacco ud Cigank PULL AND COMPLETE AuoKTMEirr or oaviteo goods fresh Importation. Orders from the country promptly as! taref illy .a. cuted Partlcnlai attention (iron to the purcaaaln of roods on special orders, either In Honolulu or al the Coast, by our special areola. 1 m J. H.MABY. Manner. leasasssssaiseiiM,. nenasaeilaeaas sassann Mi'a-ai i n V iisisi L. 0. SRESOVICH k CO.. IMPOHTEKK AND DEALKKS IU FRESH FRUITS e. CAUFOMIIA PAOMIGI; ALSO INutM of every kind ALWAYS OH HAND. Freeh Ztero Oyetoki U tke Hull UCBITIS'IY SACK tTIAsflK. ' MswTrTnSrfrtSllaM. """ ef X.w Crop, liwt received. IB -F" ret Kale hyKOLUe BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS I'MIIM MAM I'ltA.II IMO Vi "AVi! iu:n;ivi.n a i.aikm. T addlllnn Iftnnr fnttner stuck nf Mili btridiiryi Hhlp Hlnr.'S, Pruflslnns, .lr , Ac.whkh flu lis Iba Orontont Annortmont of Goodn Kept on these Islands, all ef which will be sold at Ihe! lamest Market I'tlees, as iiiual. Out flln.ft. and Ih8 Hlbllrjenealljr tfe tespectlnlly Invlled In e.aintiis, S MS . lltlM.UH A.UI PAINTS AINM) OILS. ArM.iiin m-.aki.i iMMtAtirMirrrr" . IIMIlia Zlne While ititlilnirk Lead, liollrd I'Alnt till In liulk ami In n eaWoli it nuns, A full assortment lancr UCitor Paints a sis hui,i.i:m ,t co, lilMJHICATINO OIKS, upr.nii nitf iYA,virA.iirvii.itiiii.it. "?.. l ",or ol1 " ni'l B KAllon tint. HIS 3 " noi.i.ts .t CO. wntr: iugoinci. 11 N IIIO.'I I I.M'lt rii .1 IM'111'.N, I (lit HUI.l.KN ,t 10. -r dalaby a "i MANILA COHDAOIC Al'lll.t. AMNUItmi'.Kr 411 alt thread In five Inch. Hf.I'.H 1'IIO.n IIOM.CN A ( O. a His HtiMPCOItDAOK. AND HOII' KOI'K. AH ANMOIIT.MI.M' ' HI7.IM IIKMI 'i I. a ItirhtnH Inch. Alan, Hpunyarn, Hclrltir, rtntlln, llnusellne, .Marline, Ituulidlnr, Ac. HIH HOM.IIH X CO, 1ILO0KS AND MAST IIOOI'H. DATI'.M' llto rtriltPIT.II Itl.tM'KN .Melalha Iron Hlrappeil lllocks, I'ulent Itsif lilriKs rlnln llushllis. n lull assurlinent of s tea. HID .... " ...v. .... . .... nuiiiiiin v i;u. GHOOIiUIKS. IJHKAIJ. SALOON IIIIKAII IN VAHVM A.MI IIII.VKH, in .11 tint brt ml. Hnila (.'rackets In rases, Hnditl mck ers In Holes and Tins, I.'iik Jumbles, llanann Cakes, Ac, Ac. IIOI.I.IIN A CD. 5BI? EXTRA aiKSS HKKK. a yn i:asii:ii kxtiia piti.vtr. imi it it IIOI.I.KB A CO m. for Kale by 2 B!H II A.MS AN IJ IIACON. fUMTAT II A. Ml. Por fale by 3 B18 noi.i,i:n A CO KXI'KCTKI). Pt'.ll r.l!lti:i4A TO AIIIIIVK. A.V llltl tloual Hlock uf (Jcneral Merchninllse. t BID II0M.P.8 A. CO. 1'OTATOi-s" AN D "ON IONS. ttEv,.tt.l i'i:it 4'irv oi' xv.w loitu, the Plncst Lot In Ihe .Mnrki't. 2 oio IIOLI.IIH A CO, OOLDKN OATIS'lfLOUIl.- B AKI'.ll'N IIXTKA. KXTIIA I'AMII.Y IN ntiiirter nnd half sacks, niilonulii flour In quarter sacks, Corn .Meal, Oat Meal, Cracked SVjicnt In 10 h bass, received direct from tho Mills every mbiilh, ll'l w uurrantrd frfoh. Ami of thn lt finnltt. 2 Hit jMii.iir.n v jw. MURRAY & LANMAN'S Florida Water The Best in tho Markot. iaPEBISlIABLQ FBAGRANCE. i . . rft-yar,jrT!,-raiteyasJ.jss5- t) , MUEBAY & lANMAN'S J CELEBRATED v FloridaWater. The richest, most lastlnr. yet raoet rlellcate of all perfume, for nao on the Handkerchief, at tha Toilet and In tbe Bath, delightful and bealtbfnl In tho sick room, relieves weakneae, fatlene, prostra tion, D.nrousness and headache. Look out for counter felta. Always aak for tbe Florida Water prepared by the aolo proprlatora, Meesra. Lunux A litar, Kew York. In lilt If Tirfuain, Srsrlsii sit Tuey 0::lt Slum. a eaSBBaTamS B am illl'liaffMi Imperishable Fragrance. Hurray & Lanman'i OELSSSATSS Florida Water. The richest, most laat. lajt, yet tuusl dslkateof alltierfnmiafuruie on asw'-.ii- . ar iDoa.aaiaiiaBrrusTi, atth. Toilet and In the Balk, d.ilfluful and kenllbful In the ilck room, telleree weakneaa, la. eigne, nroatratlon. nert onanea. and headache, lxiolc .L" m . ... oat fat counterfeit., always aak tor Ihe flor.da Water prepared blhe sole proprlrtora, Mvaws. Lanman it Kemp, Saw Yuik. rerBsls ky l'trnusers, BrajnUts and laac floods Dealers. Por tale very low. In bond or amy peM.- A feeer. Inz by buyinjr, a boa of on. duaen bodies &a lis M McINKIlNY, icdcfntfc, --(efcpne PorSa by A. W. MICH AKeVsMW Cea.a T fce ' Comer Fort sad Merehaal ale., Honoialn FORtALB! r iO Tmi Chlwt Mat Ckt, wvmr jriHTILUIMO fUktPOoKH. fIAIIIIItMltrV I.Alt It MM I'Alls, fl ,. Hills' 1 each, llulter In Jars and Kegs, Cnetsn I'asni Assorted Table Prults, Canned .Meals, Jama nnd Jellies lluney In (llasa. 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