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SATURDAY PR12SS.
A Newspaper Published Weekly
nwt HpfWfTMM ?s i uiR. n inurt
$V4 tA $f ss art twill ft t lNir ttntmatk-n.
Suh-ritbt-rt nj AiUt(lir will plas ....rst
TMOS, O TIIUUM, IVMlihff n.l frnptUtor,
tt, C DAKtt It tfie only j.uthafUil fnt for
.h "PHI.SS" In San fMnUrA.
tuMtf MlAn ofAc U al A K-uhnmnn street I IM
HorUI rortmi at Mfrthant ttitrt.
CTK fnlltvainf wm a Ktl fauMiU ,tr. ih
U minted (.attirM, and HiMrd lijr htm lit anlrh
Mplufltt3n, but It UI.-a irwtureJ UtriH liV
UrxJii r.-otte iiem, "Why SihouM the Spirit of
M.tuirwidrj
Cnmtnend me Id ,rt (Wn.1 rul Cornea
hn I am uul and wf
Anil males the anrsi.ti. r my ISeatt
Th iffing hf his on(
Who fM1f thuna the ilitierinft trinw.
At pleasure KM) le,.
And mrnti Id tiU a komhffi hour
And Rim hit heart to rm!
He Iwars mi fount hit anmnw oVr,
A il when tb uA Is don,
llefieelr eiVMtnc all I Mk
A sigh tot every on.
It cannot -.-ear a smilini tut
When mine is touched 1th Bloom,
Hut like the tiolrt, rVs lo cheer
The midnight th tfume.
Cnmmfnd me to that Cenerfius heAtt
Inch, Me the nc on high.
Uplifts tht Mm unvart.nc Irow
To every chance of Ay;
Whose frif rnlUiip does riot fade away
hen wintry If rmeii Mow,
Hut, hk the wintc t icy crown.
Look peerier through the mow
lit flies not with the liitl.nff storl
That seeks uihern si).
lint lingers where the -rounded bird
Huh laid him lnrn to die,
O, such a friend! He i In truth,
What'cr hit lot may !,
A ralnl-aw on the storm of liW,
An an, hoc on its sea
KEMNSCENCES OF HONOLULU.
XLIIt.
The funeral of Kaniclntncli.v III, which took
place on the loth of Jamuiy, 1S55, wa the
inoit lmKlngpecticleeicr llnesel In Hon
olulu, either Iwfore or lncc. In antlcipitlon
of the exent, prcparaltoni Iml lieen cinE on
for alout a month, and a Rieat many people
hail come from the other islands cseclally for
the occatton. There cre three men-of-war
in the pnit at the time Tiwicsnalee, (llrltish),
JiurjrJitt, (Krcnch), St. .farjt, (American).
The street thinugh hich the procession was
to pass, more than a mile and a half in extent,
eie thickly coered with grass and rushes,
over their entire uidth, duiing the night of the
9th.
The procession mo cd from the palace a little
lwfore 12 o'clock noon, under the direction
of Gov. KcVuanaoa, prand marshal, and V.
C. I'akl, marshal. The streets were lined by
a dense throng of spectators, and miny eligible
ovitions on the line of march w crc occupied
ly the families of foreign residents. The fo.
lowing was the order: Hawaiian Casalry;
physicians; clerg)men; free masons; odd
fellows; royal school ; faculty and students,
Oahu college; other schools; artillery; house
hold troops; the King's pun c) or and servants;
the physicians of the late King; .a lahili: ;
the late King's standard; the bier with high
chiefs as pall-bearers; tahtlh; Her Majesty,
Kalama; II. K. II. the l'rincess Victoria ; His
Majesty the King; II. U. II. Prince Kameha
rncha; the chancellor; the King's chamber
lain; the AhAi'mo nui; the cabinet ministers ;
leprcszntatises of foreign nations; governors
of islands; members of the I'rivy Council and
ladies of the court ; foreign consuls, and com
manders, and officers of war ships; judges and
officers of government; drummers; Hawaiian
infantry; first Hawaiian guard; foreign marines
from w ar ships ; fire companies ; the King's
j-coinanry; foreign residents; the native pop
ulation generally; eight deep infantrv. The
procession moved from the palace down
King to N'uuanu ; up Nuuanu to llerctania ;
long Iieretania tol'unchbowl; thence to King
street and the sepulchre, which w-as then in
Kanaina's premises, now part of the pabce
grounds. To understand the length of the
procession when the grand marshal at its
head arrived at Fort street on llerctania, the
last division was passing Fort street on King.
It was forty minutes in passing one point and
contained over Si000 lxrsoni. It was 3 o'clock
r. M. when the troops fired three volleys, the
coffin was deposited in the tomb, the minute
guns and the tolling bells ceased; and so
Jvamehameha III was carried to his rest.
The day following theuncra, January I Ith,
King Kamehamcha IV, accompanied by
I'rinee Kamehamcha, Princess Victoria, Keoni
Ana, Judge Lee and Chancellor and Chief
Justice, the ministers and privy councillors,
aniveJ at the Kauaiahao church at 12 o'clock
noon. The building was densely crowded in
every available part, and thousands were un
able to obtain an entrance. The occasion was
the formal induction of the King Into his posi
tion as the heir and successor of Kamehamcha
III, The ceremonies were as follows) Prayer
liy the Rev. Mr, Clark, reading by Keoni Ana
(the Premier) of the certificate of the late
King's death, at a rjuaitcr before 12 M. on the
Ijlh day of December, the duplicate of the
last will and testament of the late King, dated
and April, 1 853, appointing his adopted son,
Liholiho, to be heir fed succeuor to the
crown, and therein, after dev ising certain lands
to the Queen, he gave, devised and bequeathed
all the test and residue of his estate, of what
soever kind and nature, to his adopted son,
Liholiho. These documents having been read
in Hawaiian and English, William U. Lve,
Chancellor of the kingdom admluistci ed to the
King first in Hawaiian ami then in English
the oath of office as prescribed in Article 94 of
the then Constitution. Thereupon the Kukiiw
lepealcU the woids "R ola ia Mil t it
Ah-i," (Go4 preserve the King) which were
leecliocJ throughout the church with loud ac
clamations, the royal standard was hoitto! and
a salute was filed from the foil. The King
then addressed the audience In finite at length
amid great enthusiasm. Kainchauieha IV was
a bom orator, of noble pretence, and had a ie
maikablc command of Language both in his
native tongue and in English. At the conclu
ioa of his address to his countrymen, he suikc
impromptu to the foicigiieii who were present
in laig, numbers. It was taken down al the
lime by Mr, C. 0. Hopkins, who was a prac
tised stenographer. This speech reads so well
after the lapse of twenty. seven )ean, that I
bcie transcribe it
"A few icmaiks addicMcd on this occasion
to you, the foreign khUm of the assembly
iitctcBl, may not be Inappropriate.
"You have all been witnesses this day to the
solemn oath 1 have taken in the presence of
Almighty Cod and this assembly, to prncrvc
Inviolate tk constitution, This is no idle cei
fsuouy, The constitution which I have sworn
o mslotsln has its foundations U1J in the deep
4 IssMsuttaUe principles of liberty, Justice
jtwl oualiiy, anil by Ihcte, and none other, I
Jtept W ht gssUcd in ta adiulnUliaiioaof my
At Ike ruler or this people, I
shall endeavor, with the blessing of find, In
seek the welfate nf 111) subjects, timl at the
same time tn comult thelt withes. In these
rndrarors I shill eiprct the heatly co open
tlon of all clasr-fotrtgncisaucllAt natives.
"Ills Majesty Kamehameln HI, now tin
innip, wis pte eminently the filend of the
fotelgnei, anil I nm happy In knowing tint
he enjoyed our confidence and nITcvtion. He
opened hU hratt and hand with a tnyal lilier
alily, and gave until he hail little to bestow
and ymi but little tn ask. In this respect 1
cannot hope to npisl Mm, but though I tnay
ftll fat liehind, I shall follow In hi fool-
tCl,
"To lc kind and cencrous to the foiemncr.
to unit amPfconfule In him Is no new thing In
the history of .our race. It is an inheritance
transmitted to rjs fmm our forefathers.. The
founder of our ilvnvity was ever glvd tn receive
assistance and advice from foreigners. Ills
successor, not deviating from the xillcy of lilt
father, lisiened not only to the voice of n mis
sionary and turned with hit people to the light
of Christianity, but against the wishes of the
n-ition, left his native land to seek advice and
Imminent protection at n foreign court, Al
though he never returned alive, his visit shows
phmly what were his feelings towards the peo
ple of foreign countries. I cannot fall to heed
the example of my ancestors. I therefore say
to the foreigner tint he Is welcome. He is
welcome to our shnrcs welcome so long as he
comes with the laudsblc mo'lvc of promoting
hit own interests and at the same time restyl
ing thotc of his ncighliors. Hut If he comes
here with no more exalted motive thin that of
building up hit own Interests at the cxpcnc of
the nvtlve to seek our confidence only to l
tray It with no higher ambition than lint of
overthrowing our government, and introducing
anarchy, confusion ami bloodshed then he Is
most unwelcome.
"The duties v,c owe to each other arc recip
rocal. I'm my patt part I shall use in) Iwst
endeavors, In humble reliance on the (lira t
Kulcr of all, to give jou a just, liberal and sat
isfactory government. At the same time 1
shall cxcct vou In return to assist me in sus
taining the peace, the law, the order and the
independence of my Kingdom."
The proceedings throughout were conducted
with admirable order, and the new King's
calm, collected and dignified manner made n
happy impression upon all. 11. u s.
I.ATR PUBLICATIONS.
The Saturday Press Is in receipt of a cony
of the " Life of Lucy C-. Thurston," presented
uy .Mrs. .Mary Ucnfield. This volume of over
three hundred pages is principally occupied in
sketches of missionary life in these islands at
observed by a lady. Having preserved copies
of all the letters she had written during a long
lite of missionary service, the selections in
cluded in this book were mainly chosen there
from by herself during the last j cars of her life.
Landing first at Kailua, Hawaii, April 4, 1820,
and spending the remainder of her life among
the people she had come so far to work
amongst, no one could understand better the
trials, vexations and jovs of pioneer missionary
life. The liook is not divided into chapters,
nut Into "articles" of varying length and on
various subjects. As the work is prepared
much in the form of a private journal, it will he
most interesting to those who knew Mrs.
Thurston; but here and there, interwoven
amongst the other material, will be found in
cidents interesting to the general reader. The
writer does not follow the beaten path of pre
vious authors, but her volume will bean addition
to the mass of interesting information published
about these islands.
The October number of the nutters'
Monthly, a twenty-four page issue, contains a
large amount of valuable information. The
opening editorial on "Forestry" has manysug
gestions on a most important subject which
should receive attention from the government
and planters. The other editorial articles are,
"Labor," and "Sugar Cane in Kohala." In
teresting communications are contributed on
the following subjects; "Double and Triple
tiled," byThos. J. nayscldcn; "The Cane
Borer," by II. M. W.; "Clarifying Cane
Juice," by W. C. Uixby; "Twenty Years Ex-
pcticncc in Cane Growing," by Geo. V. Will
fong. Several pages of items and selections,
with the foregoing, make a valuable number.
"Braxton Bar A Talc of Pioneer Years in
California" is the title of a romance just issued
from the press of Cailcton & Co., of New
ork, for a copy of which we extend thanks to
the author, Mr. R. M. Daggett, U. S. Minister
Resident to Hawaii. This tale carries one
back to the early days when the shining metal
was first discovered in California ; it describes
the parting from home of the adventurous
joung Argonauts of '49; the toils and privat
ions, the pains and pleasures, the disappoint
ments and v ictorles, the ups and dow ns peculiar
to early life in California. Although clothed
in the garb of romance, many of the scenes
must have been drawn from real life, so truth
fully are they pictured to one familiar with the
people and times described. Mr. Daggett
excels in descriptive writing, and when illus
trating the scenery of the West, whether beauti
ful mountain view s or dreary stretches of prairie,
it is with the finished touch of the poet. The
cuts, however, with which the work is Illus
trated, add nothing to its attractiveness. Not
having read the book through, we can say
nothing of the plot. But the reader will, find
much to interest and instruct in its luges, par
ticularly in the delineation of social life in
pioneer das In the Golden West.
A LIGHT WITHOUT HEAT.
1 lighly interesting experiments with a new ly
discovered mineral essence took place a few
evenings ago at the laboratory of the eminent
Parisian anal) Ileal chemist, M, Wucitr. Hav
ing filled a lamp with the liquid In question,
and Igniting the.wick, M, Kordig, the discov
erer of ihe essence, tossed the lighted lamp up
against he celling, besprinkling the bystanders
as well as himself with the flaming fluid.
which, however, to the astonishment of all
present, proved utterly devoid of heat or burn
ing capacity. He then soaked. Us liandkcr
chief in the essence sd set it on fire I the es
tence burned itself out, but the handkerchief
remained upinjuicd, as did his hat, after sub.
jeetion to a similar tiul. Then MM. Wucitr,
Duinas and hiicdcl plunged their hands into
a pan filled with the burning liquid, withdraw.
Ing them with lingers ill alight like so many
thick jets of gas. They cxjiciicnccd no sen
sation of heat whatsoever upon the skin tuiface
thus apparently in a state of active combus
tion. Other experiments followed of an equally
wondeiful nature, conclusively demonstraling
that the " Kordig ctmc" is capable of pro
ducing light without heat.
in
Wc are plwued to chronicle the fact that the
strwrtl arc bctclMl of dijt, ami. Uaah, and
the ikWii carted swiy,
HONOLULU,
Jtofcooionul QTnrbc.
AlflLUAM O. SMITH,
AVTOUSKV AT LAW,
1 MmniKNr StnT, llnwnniu1, p
"T M, DAVIDSON,
" .iTToitsnr at ,.i,
N. M MmcIuiU Slrft, Honolulu 11
w
U. CASTLH,
ATIOHSKV AT l..tr,
Ami Notary I'uMiC. Atltmtt ill ili Loiitli of ll
Kln,ttMi 1
pDWAKD PHHSTON,
M Four Sirikt. HnxoilU', 1
.1 rrrii.VNi .t vmts.siu.uni A r ,. ;
D
H!i, CUMMIHOS ft MAUTIN
Orrio (t)HNsn t'nxr and I1tania Srs ,
SVIKIKOS.I AM) IIOMIVA'ATHW VltV-
Mlrhltti.
OffKt Hours Until q a M , und from r-j and 6lyr4 r.M
J NO. A. IIASSlNOItR.
Iramuon Omen, IIoxoliiiv,
A OUST TO TAKK AVKSUWI.K1HW-
tttfnl In f'wnfnir ta flit1 isihnr. 1
TNO. S. McORnW, M. D.
VltVmctAS ami HVIHIKOS,
lloul urtfi, ltwrn I'ott rin.1 Alain Htf !.
Officii llOVfttt
From j to 10 . nv. t to 4, and 6 to I p. m.
looif Telephone No. 104.
JOHN II. PATY,
HoNOimr, Oaiii', II, l
SOTAKV I'CIIIAO A SJt COJIMIHlltiXKtt
of err,
For Ilia Slates of California nn.l New Vntk. niTir
l iht llanV of Hishop l Co. 1
C M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II I ,
AttKSTTO TAKi: AVKSOWt.MIWK-
mrnlt In Contrite! la iMhor.
OffiM l Pacific Mail Steamship Dock. F.ptiiuilc. 15
T M. WHITNBY, M. D., D. D. S,
Honolulu, II, I ,
ItKSTAT. IHHHt.H OS fOUT HTHKKT.
Office In llrcwer'a llt.icV:. mrar llm.l an.l tv..
Streets, entrance on Hole I .Street. 1
T HAGAN, M, D,
Honolulu, II. I.,
VltVHICIAS ASII SVK1KOS. Ot'l'ICK
103 fort fitrrrt.
Office houri from 1010 i a. m., anil 3 to 5 p. m.
RctiJcncc 193 Nuuanu Street. 4g
D. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, H. 1 ,
pirrsivAX Am) huiwkox,
TtLiriiONK Number 149
Office hours from t4 to loji a. in.; iW to 3H p. m.
Office and residence number 1, Kukul street,
corner Fort street. i
IhtsincsG (Earto.
w
ILLIAM TURNER,
1'ltA CT1CA T. WATC113IA KKIl,
An.l Im.m.1.. tt Am.).u T I e f
( ........... .u.,v. w. ,tiuci,idii jcwciry ui every ucscrip-
lion. (formerly ot San Franciico, California ) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Qubkn Stkikt, Honolulu, II. I ,
IStPORTEH ASti ItKALKU IX flK.V-
frill Jtcrehnntltar. 1
P T. LENBHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street,Honolulu.,
IMPORTEUa ASH COJUtlSSIOX 3tF.lt-
emj. 19
TUJRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
rAMtlOXAHLE I1IIKSS J.VB CLOAK-
JUaker. ao
A W. BUSH,
NO. 50 TORT bTBET, HONOLULU,
qrocer Asn ritonsiox i kale it.
Family Grocery and Feed Store. 1
1X7-M. C. IRWIN & Co.
HONOLULU, II. I.,
SUOAlt IACIOIIS AXI COJI.VI3SXOX
rlrenU.
CLAUS SPRECkELS.
WSI. C IRWIN.
- BREWER & Co.
IIonolilu, Hawaiian Islands.
suiri'ixa Axn comussiox meh-
chttnts.
IL A. P. CARTER. I r. C JONES, Jr.
T-)ll.LlNGHAM ft Co.
ro. 37 toRT Street, Honolulu,
Iill'ORTBllH AXlt TIKA1.KIIS JX U.llllt-
u-rtrr. Cutlery, Tout;
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
Mlljf CllAXDLKHS AXD COMHI.HSIOX
Xerchanlt.
Affentt fur Hm.! Cunt n.t ItmU f -.. .n.t !).
ry Uavu' fain Killer. i
JAINB & Co.
Honolulu, 11. 1.
COMMIHHIOX MKltCir.lXTS IMl'On
Z ttn and Ittalrrm In
Hy, Orain and General Produce. 1
H
YUAN BROTHERS,
No. 19 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I , ;
IMl-QUTEUS Oh' (1KXKKAI. XKIW1IAX-
dl from franrr, Eiiflatiil,
Germany and the United Stales. 1
H
YUAN BROTHERS,
116 and iS California Street, S. F.,
H1IOUCSALK (IKOCtiHS.
Particular attention paid to tilling and shinning It.
J OUIS ADLBR,
Number 13 Nuuanu Street.
MANVfACTVHKH AXD UKAT.KK JX
Jlooli anil Short of rrtry VricrlpHon.
I.aili. an.1 IfiiLlrs..'. u.a.. f. nuL I. . .1... e
Inunction. Prices very low
J WILLIAMS ft Co.
101 and 104 Fort Street,
i'llOTOORAVIItV AltTISTH.
Pictures ut all aliei arut Vlmt. tna.la tn .t. nn.l
flames of all detaiiAUiut conuamly on hand. Alw
-oran, aneiu arw s.uriouiies ol the I'acihc.
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
HllNOLUU', 11, I.,
IteaUrt lis Lumber ami ull klutlt of ItulU
my Material,, VuIhI; Oils, Xallt, etc.,
Ajtcr.li tA Kliuoncrs
HaltaJula, Kuiauaau, Kesjauluohl, Mary Blleo,
UUama, Pauahl and LtahL
At KaUutuo-s Wharf. ,
"pilBO. II. DAVIES,
(Latk Jakioh, Gesen & Co.)
1MVOUTKK, COMMISMIOS JIKHVUAX1
and Agent for
Lloyd's aad Ihe Liverpool UsulervrlUls.
Bilfiah aaul Ferelira Marus Ituursace Coosptny,
Aaa Worthsru Aaaarance Cotapajy. 1
DI8H0P ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
BANKERS,
DiawEaclonjeonlUBAHKOF CALIFORNIA,
Saa FrtociKO, sad iKeu agsuis la
Xttw York,
UottOH,
Paris.
,U ORIBNTAL BANK. CORPORATION el
.gswassss, m iiwu uascau la
MMtsMrtw,
AM tWUSVCt a sjeaenl Waftawst IttvSsMta. I
H.I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28," 1882."
jluoincoD Qlnrbo.
pn,c, rtown,
norm: nn.l max vaistiui,
I'AIRR HaniIRR, tic,
la; King street, Honolulu
J RWRIIS A COOKtl,
(tCTRSfRt TO I.RWRRt A DlCKtON,)
l.UI-Oltl Kill ASH IIKAI.V.H1 IX I.VM
her Mini nil ltwli nf Ihillilhiff ltittrrhih.
I'ott llttet, Honolulu, II. I. l
Y O. HALL A SON,
Cornrr Fort anii KtNnSrmrrs,
tMvoiiTiius, iir.Ai.i'.m ix n a mi'
irnrr, llry tlnmli, I'nlnlt,
Oiliand Oenernl Mersliandlie i
JT W, MeCHHSNKY & SON,
Dealers in
i.r.ATitr.it, iiiiiki, taiajiii; ami
Ctintmhilnn .Uerrtintita,
Aienia for Iho Knval Soap Company. No. 41 Omen
itteet, Honolulu, II, I, 9
A- C COLRMAN,
IIonoiuiu, II. I , A
llTAC.USMirU, MAdlllSIST, CAM
rttttt! llorl., Ilorte Shoelnu, "'S '
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on Klnrr street,
neat to Ca.ilo ft Coote . 1
JOHN NOTT,
No. t Kaahumantt street,
Tin, Copper and Sunt Iron Worker,
S10VKS AND KANOF.S,
of all llnj, I'lumWrs' Hock and mtLvli, Iioiim fumidi
Ing gooli, Lliantleliert, lam i, etc
J M. OAT ft Co.
(Honolulu, II. I,, '
SAllMAKI'.ltH. J-I.AII.1 Of ATA. 111'.
ferjifloiif iiniferiii( rrjmhril.
Iift In A. F. Coole't new fire iroof building, foot of
Nuuanu Street. 9g
jq HORN,"
Honolulu, II. I,
I'lOXKKU .STEAM CAXIIV MAXVl'AC-
tory nutl Itithrry.
Practical Confectioner, 1'ittry Conk mid llaler
Numlr7i Hotel street, liwecn Fort and Nuuanu
stlecti. .
t BNOLING A Co,,
No. 5 Nuuanu Strret,
Tjxn3tirii.i Axn i-t.v.itiir.its, iieai.-
era In Htoeei, ltnitgei, Ttnf
-vvimuii .iim .U)fri "rile, BCXji con Mini iy on
hanti rull aortmcnt of rinvare, GIraniicd Iron and
rtau 1 inc. iiiui lAUUIfCr IIOC, tIC , MC J2
J W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, II, I,,
C03IMI.SSIOS MEItCllAXT AXD OEX-
rrnl Driller tit Dry (looilt,
Oroceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Olaiiwlre. 1
JJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, 11. 1,,
STEAM EXOIXES, JIOIl.Elt.S, SVtl.tll
Mill,, Cooler, Jrott, Jlrtma
VAnd Lead Castines. Machinery of every ilescrlption
Jiade to order. Particular attention paid to Shir'
lilaclumithini;. Job worlc executed on the ahorlest nos
J II. ROGERS,
No 9 Kaaiiuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I ,
If'ATVJT uLSl) (JIJ)UK MAKlilt,
JUpdirliiy tt Specialty,
Established 1S51. 1
C H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKA1WA.)
Number 11 Huuanu Street,
TAILOllISa Or HVEItY DK-
Hcrlptlon done to order.
Men's, boys' and youths' work. 1
PARISIAN RESTAURANT,
Number 64 Hotel Strret,
M12AL.S HKK VED A.T ALL
hours of the tin y,
Sneeial termt fnr rrc-ttl.ir luiAntrc 'll.n nnlu ...1,.
ble private room in town for Ladies.
Mrs. t.eon aejean, froprletresi.
pHU KEE,
HO. 81 NUUANU bTRKET, HONOLULU, H. I
GOLD AXJ) HlLVKll WOltKEIt,
H atchmithcr ami ltepalrcr.
Quality good and cheap prices. In stock a variety of
Clucks, Watches and Jewelry.
H. NORTON ft Co.,
No. 13 Maunakka Street,
llorss hoelnu, Shoes remoeetl and all kinds
01 luiiehsniiiii nork dona to order.
Carriage makinc and repairing done by competent
workmen. Mr, M. Murray, weft known for hi supe
rior work on carriages, will be found here. Ihebot
hore shoer in the couotry works at this place. losr
X70LCAN0 HOUSE,
Crater or Kilauea.
w. 11. ZKArnr, maxaoeu.
Visitors requiring any unusual diswlav of volcanic ac.
lion will kindly give Ihe Manager al least ten davs no-
lice In line weather, and from eleven to thirteen in fouL
Plenty to cat, a rousing fire, clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 3
"fI7M. McCANDLESS,
No. t Queen Street, (Fish Market.)
DEALER IX CHOICEST UEEE, MVTTQX
Veal, Fish, etc
Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended 10.
etalles of all kinds supplied to order. 34
- E. WILLIAMS,
UiroRTKR AND DEALER IN
rURXJTI'RE OFEIEHY DESCKIVTIOX
.itsa nutwtterer iih jtKMUurlMrrr.
Furniture Warerooms Na 109 Fort street Work,
shop at old stand on Hotel street. All orders promptly
lileikled la j
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
Importers anu Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, rUHXISUIXtl tlOOVH,
Hat; Cutis, Trunks, Valises,
Perfumery and Soaps, Waltham Watches, line Jew.
,l.rX' "ft" ?cr of Po" ai Mereaant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I. 1
"pHOS. O. THRUM,
lurORTINQ ANII MAKUrACTURINCj
HTATlOSEIt, XEHH Ad EXT, 1'HIXTER,
llaokblndsr, tie.,
Ami puUfshtt of ilia Saturdav Press, and .iuvV.
Altjmu mJ An, Merchant street. Deal,
er In tin Stationery, llooks, Mu.lc, Toys and Fancy
Clouds, Port street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH B, WISEMAN
J Honolulu, II. I ,
HKA I. EHTA TE IIUOKER A XD EMl'I.OY
tnent llureau.
KcntS Rooms, tjultairra llous an.l ull. n.l luu.
neair state in ail jwult ol Ihe Mnguonv. KruDlj) meot
found fur those scckinir wutk hi all iti vM.Ijui.lkrMh.
of busuicts connected with these Islands. Ugaldrau-
mm... w.wi, mm vumvicu. ihwsi ami Accounts Kept
and general cilice work transacted. Patronage Solicited.
Couiiuisssona niudcrale. 1.
Q. W. MACFARLANB ft Co.
Quren Strret, Honolvut, II. I.
Importer and Commission Merekanls.
EotlitsoH's Eire-proof HullillHg,
Agents Cm
Th Cluaowaod Honolulu Line of Packets
The WaLVapu PtaulaUoo
ftK3i&iWiZ?u
A L, SMITH,
lurOETRR AMU DtALEt IX
illAHSWAUK, MKMIDKX SILVER tLA
t4 Win, Urmehefa r.
King's ComUaaiLm SowlnU. and Ityegbuut,
LudreJ Wire Ware. rancv..- I4,,u.. f..-Z- P.7
uls, WoiilJi' Pocket Ceifcry, PuwJer, TCt and
asFart sirwsc,
uoincoo CTnrb0.
JI It. MelHTYRR A tlltOTIIHK,
Cos, Kino anii Fort 8rs., Honolulu,
hmmiv.hv ASii ri'.r.n monv. i
TJ HACKI'RLDACo.
IJtmn StRRtr, Hunou'LU, II I,,
lIKSKUAhtOM Ml m IPX .UIUST.1. 1
- RO, STKATUMRYHK,
HllHOll'Ll , II I,,
I'ltAiiriCAi. v.i i.t nut, iir.tiiHAioii,
lllliler, tlrithier tout Lellerer.
TfD, IIOI'PSCHLAIIOIIR A Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I ,
I MVOItTi: Hi AXD COMMIIIItlX Mlilt.
eliitnl:
p A. SCIIARI'RIl ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian tiLANut,
IMVOllTUItl AXII COM.1I 1.11 IOX MIUI.
ehitnls. 1
W"
ILDEtl ft Co.
Cor, Fort and Queen St Honolulu.
r.ltM lll.lt. I'AJXT.I, tlll.,1, XAII..1,
rilnf Itttlldltti Mitterlnls of reet y I. Inil. r
,17, P. ADAMS,
QupenStrrpt, Honolulu,
A VVTWSKKH A XD COM MISS IDS iil'AI.
elm nt. 1
A S. CLEGIIOKN A Co.
luroRrRRSANii Dealers in
lIV.XEHAt, 3IEIlCltASDI.lt:,
Corner Queen nnj Kaahunianu .Streets, Honolulu
J30LLRS A Co,
Quxkn Short, Honolulu, II. I,,
Stilt' OIIASlll.KltH AXD COU3IIS1IOS
.Ueiehitnts,
Iinponers ami Dealers In General Merchandise. 1
J NO, II. BROWN,
IOJ Tbretania Sirrrt,
I XH VECTOR Of WEtailTH AXD
3letisttrrm.
OrJers can U left at Ihe Police Slallon.
Jtlt S. GR1N0AUM A Co.
Makrk's IIlock, Qurrn Strrrt,
I3IVOKTEU.1AXD IIIIOI.V.I.I l.t: DEAL.
era III tleitertil .Merelmiiitlse. t
JUJAX P.CKAHT,
No. itr Fort Street, Honolulu,
WATCII3TAKE11, .1f.WEI.ER, EXtlltA.
rer, mill lllimionil Seller.
All orders faithfully executett jj
TUT S. ORINBAUM A Co.
J14 Cai troRNtA St., San Francisco,
rORH'ARDIXfl AXD COMMISSI!)?.
. 3terehnnts.
Nnn.il Finl.iiM Fi. .ml .. ...l..l. ...! t, ..
coiislgnmenu of Isbnd produce, ' 9
TJRANK GERTZ,
Na 114 Fort Sr.1ocrosiTi' Pantheon Stables,
HOOT AXD SlIOr.MA KEIt. HOOTS AXD
Shoes initile to order.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and foi cash. 7
JTOLLISTER A Co.,
Wholesale; and Retail
DRUnai.11,1 AXD TOIIACCOXISTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, I. ,
THROWN & PHILLIPS,
No, 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II, I ,
Practical Plumbers, Gas-fitters
ttntl Coppersmiths.
rtittcular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. ,
TBWART BLANC,
I
Hotel Street, Honolulu, II, I
DEALEll IS- LADIES' AXD
Gent's Shoes and Gaiters,
1 ry my store, after one transaction you will be sure
I mm, ftCStn. U.h.inni. aii. n m.L. L-..r
ban rranctsctx
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
Na 4. Merchant Strret, Hosolult, II. I
(oriwiiE sailor's home.)
a US T OM HOOT A XD SUOE
MttKers,
Cnrn unrl. Irtj, rrt-B. !...!.! .ln.. ....1. .. .
ness and dispatcd.
jp H. OEDING,
Ezpreu avnd Draysaavtru
Freight. Packages, and Daggage delivered to ami from
all parts.of Honolulu arid vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to mov inx Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY rOR IHE. PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 J residence 135 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King street.
106-1 f
TJAILEY ft Co.
Wren MO-Cent Store ) Somelhlny Xttel
Ten thousand different articles ; everything 10 rents!
Come and see, nt
Old Stand, 109 Fort street. , 106.3m
M
PHILLIPS ft Co.
IMPORTERS
and Wholesale Denier In Clothing, Root,
Shocs,Hats, Mens's Furnishing Goods,
. l'"ey Gds tie.
No, 11 Kaahumanu street.
iT F. BURGESS,
CARVEXTER and IIVILDEE.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Express Office.
Shop Na 4 King street. 108
afVTO RHIEN,
Veterinary Hnryeon.
Diieases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in Ihe most practical and scientific manner.
DISEASES Or THE HOOK A SKCIALTV,
Ketldenco If, Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. sr
-t P. WOLPB,
ItONOLVLl', It, I ,
UltOCERV, FEED AXD J'ROrjHWX
MerrhitHt.
Would like heads of families, (luardinghouse keepers
and others lo know that he'al all limes sell, al prices
lowest. tX she low. Orders, solicited and gomls iroiapty
dehveretl in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
let Kins; Street, between Alakea and Furl Sis. st-m
-IXTILLIAM O, SMITH,
STOCK BROKER,
No. M MERCHANT SfRErTT, HONOLULU,
(F-UaUlyhed In itr.)
Sugar PUatatlon, Railroad. Telephone aad other
Corporation Stocks. Bonds and similar
tvestariliet bottght aad sold M
Commltsiou. Uooe loaned
m on Stock SKiultU.
Honolulu. II. I., October 1st, iMj. 110-tf
ftASTLR k COOKB,
Nu. so, KiKct Steeit, Honolcil', II. I.
Shipping ami Commission Merekanls,
Impcrtsus aad Dealers la
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Ageoll fur
The Hitchcock A Compaay's PUniailon.
The Aleiauder a, HjJ.U PUalalUl.
R. Halsttad, oa- WaUliw llaasailoa.
A. II. South Cosiny, tLs. Kauai.
I, Mr Aseaaaiiar, Ha-tu, MauL
IV Hasan auaar nauany,
rae twoasa auaar s-aeal
faaiir.
Haauku PUntalloes.
r4
SUaiaa saswvaaca rjsi,na; of Saa Praacitca,
fc W(lf' fssjEdTilif iffEyiiikiisi.
aSMa)Msssy ajs jjasbt tfdiay Trm lata
aaTmilBtaWfcJPsRaW Mlifcll, 1
i.oiiU0o cTitrbo.
QIIAKLRS IIAMMI1K,
ManufattHier an.1 Dealer In all limit ut
SA I) I) hlilt Y ,l It A It X ESS
Onl'tl from the othr, I .lands prmn4ly tiendnl to,
Coiner Pott and King lilifett, Honolulu, II. I,
Ilolyt
-tHAKLItS T, 0ULICK,
Notary I'ubllo,
AoRNf Tl TAKE AlENOWLRrriMENTS TO I.AMR
Contracts, and
f NF.UAI IIUSINF.W ACIFNT
Office In Macker's I) lock at corner Queen and Kaahu
manu iireeti, Honolulu f ry
IiiQiiritncc tolicta.
DOSTOH UOAHD OP UNDBUWRITEKS,
C. BREIVKK & Ce.,
Agents forjho Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA UOAHD OP UNDBR
wilteis.
C. HKKU'HK cV Ce,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
u
NIONMAttlNBINSURANCECOMPANV
01 ban l'lanclsco.
CAST.! cV COOKK, AGENTS.
I ncorvtfaled 18 73
TTAMBURG-MAGDBBURO PIRE INSUR.
a. A airco comjianyoi liamuurg,
A.ALChlt,AGKXT.
Muilding, Merchandise, Furnituie and Machinery
Insured agalnsl tire on Ihe most favorable terms, lot
R
HENISH WESTPHALIAN LLOYD
IXSUUAXVE GO,,
Of M, Olauiach, Kiiphiih Prussia.
All claims fit. f.itnl.p .-n ......tn-.l 1. 1.
ainving here, ami insured in ihe above Company, have
ioIm; made v.ith the tognlxatice of and certified 10, by
the undersigned, J. C. Glade, Agent.
7ORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM-pans-
of Berlin,
'. A. SGHACFKR & C , AGENTS.
...-. --"" .......rtiitc vwniciny, nas euauiisneu a
tieneral Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents art, authorircd to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas al the most reasonable rales and on Ihe
most favorable terms,
OREMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS,
r. A. SCNAEI-EK b Ce., At,nl$.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islandv
AACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE
Company, (limited.)
Of A ueheii, A U-lit-Clntlirllr,
All claims for nartlcular averace sn.tstne.1 l.v imvl.
arriving here, and insured In ihe above Coimnny, have
10 be nude with Ihe cognizance of and certified by the
undersigned. J. c. Glade. Agent.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCAEFEK & Ce , AGENTS.
"Tlie above Insurance (!ninn.inv hit . J.. I,. ":..,
era. Azencv fiere.and theaixiveasiirntxl. f:fis-fsi Ait.m.
arc aut.itrrued to lake KUkt asairm tb lianeen of liie
a. .. .!. ... . - .. 1 !.-. ... .. .
u . .,. il)vt icasoiMuie laics, anu on me most la
vorable terms.
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs Gesellsctiaft of Wlntertliur.
. HACKrELD CV Ce , AGENTS.
Capital of Ihe Company francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands are prepared to Insure lluildings, rurmtore.
j ... .... ',,uullw; ..latiiincrj-. eic, also sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company. (Limited)
Tit CO. II. DAVIES, AGENT.
Ihe above acent lia trcfi Ircirtt-.i.-.n n .
(luce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
l'orli in the I'aafic, and Is now prepared to luue poti
cie at the lowest ratei, with a tpccial reduction on
sit; lit iu cr 1 ciucr.
H
AMBURCBREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
j-ompaiiy.
F. A SC1IAEFER & Co , AGENTS.
Ttie aboe firm haunz been ai.no.nted inn nf VtU
company arc prepared to Inutre mU aifamtt fire on
owitc anu uncK uuuuings anu on aMcrctutiai&e Mored
therein, on the rno&t favorable termt. Knr rvvHimlse.
apply at their office. (
NORTH .GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg:.
. IIACKFELD & CV, AGEXTS.
Capitaland KcMrvc,.., Reichunark 8,830,000
ii.ir ixt 1 iuuriuit.c Qinpaniea. " 35.OOO.orJO
Ttie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
I .lands, are uretarcd to imurs IIuiMhh? Viimitnw
Merchant! tic and IVoducc, Machinery, etc. alo Sugar
and Ktcc Mills, and vcucls in the harbor, againrt lou
or danuge by hie, on the tnoit favorable terms. 1
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Corap-my of Hamburg-,
if. UACKFELD & Co., Agtntt
Capital and Kere,,,,.......Keiclumark fS.ouo.csoo.
ineir kc insurance tompames " 161,650,000
Total ...Rcichunarlc 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company! for the Hawaiian
IsUnds. are rtixared to in-ure Duildings, rurnuure,
.McrchandiAe and I'roduce. aMachiner)'. etc., alto .sugar
and Kice Mills, and cucU in the harbor againt loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
M
UTUALLIPEINSURANCB COMPANY
of New York.
II IIDER cV Ce , AGENTS,
iMrnett, Safest and most Eeonomlenl Life
Iitaurauee Company (tt Ihe World,
CASH ASSETS OVER S90,ooo,ooa
For further Information foiit-ern.no' t Cnmranv
atult forrates 0 Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
j . iviswiiauii, tsuticiiinit; itgcni,
MIE
LONOON AUTO PROVINCIAI,
rirss Isaaxsrtssso Co.
(Limited.)
AlHliacronl Capital .... $3,000,000
(,000,000.)
llie above Company lave now estsUished aq agency
erty of ttty tlcscriion within these
IsUikls.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
Agent.
lo5-lm
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob Uturaace Company.
JUSII01& O., AGENTS.
llTAaAlltD lljl
I'lillmKril Liability to tHoekktliler.
Assets ...
l.J.lo
- .7."
fSMVIT... .. .. , .. ,,, ...-
mcosiE FOR ItNI
Prtmlums received alter deduction of re-
lasuraac . ( .r.i
leases prma(ly odjusled and paid here. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Coeapaay of Boston.
CASTIK & COOKS, AGENTS,
iKcjjRroiAUn 'is.
The eldest Purely Mutual Life laaurmace
Company la the United SUtee.
PolMe Issued on (At smojI feirortsW. Term
tEAuriE or noN rortim run 1
Insured are )s earsordinary lift iUa
1 Aasusal rarttaUua coatJauM Polky a yean, j, days
a Aastaal sxeaastusvs cossslau roVcy a ytart, is "
1 REenl strtnlaiEU csassiaao Poacr i leart. ri "
4 Aaoasal ar.lluRil ts elans) folic years.
, Aaeusal preavsuau
sssssiasaa
rteyaanjav
Astuttt,
$l8rM0fHW,
Lossaa svaM tsVmk HoaaaaW Agmtf, U,
rorti JiHrtUciiirKtf,
U W. SSVSKAMCal,
ji CaiiroEair Sr , Cu, (Room No, 4 )
il4VeIiwiJr' l-OXMl'L e CWJMafiaVUair
f
foreign blitrtiocmcnlfi.
H
Attn i) nil a Co.
11, A 11 MARkRTAr.BAf FRAnciun,
UESEItAl.VVItVIIASISlI A OUSTS A XII
n rVntwifeeloH Merehnnls. ,
pMAHK II. AUSTIN A Co.,
OffiiaNo toC'iLlioii(iAHifT, K F,
LOMMISSIOX All V.S IS X I OHM A till.
.( Agenls.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desirej
Ihe Usl lt waitanlnl ami sales guarttiteej.
-HAI(LnS IIRHWHK & Co.
1; Knar Striet, IbHTnsr,
AIIV..M1 Of HAWAIIAN VAVHETH,
Oenerat t.twtinlssloii Atrnts.
Sly 1.1 llee.tb. vl.M. In lt. ....1...! . . I. t.
Ihe Hawaiian Irad. Fieiulit al lowest rales.
A HTISBLL
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
lo,tto I'lanosi i.cmj Oreani; la. e half l biiyofthe
rrtannrat lilts t fenm la. i ti . . . .L .:..
..-.,.-,,,. ,,,.,, ,iiv,iiii nm. rviii,
or Installfiienti j ct Iokucs tt-1
AKTISt.l.l ft XfBl . Pat..alt CLa . I"..-
tltco. j,,
T. OUS BURT,
cr.Nr.KAi.
PURCHASING AGENT
For fminiry inertfiants aivl mining romtaniftt ant cettr
rrat Cornmltuon Mertfiant. Inauratxe efletted in
gotMl tompanki at hrwest rsles,
fPfJIrr 40.1 Front fttrrtt. Man Fruurtnrn, f;,$t,
uo-yr
pALMBR A REV,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
Ilie lartest and only cnin4-(e Ty- Koundry ami
1'rmieri' Wareluxise on the I'auhe Coast
soj and 007 LeldesdorlT and
519 Commercial streets,
SAN FKANCISCO, CAL
W "v m """' ll" ItraJ'tf stock of American Fancx
JI- ..i i- wii nm umm, loEeiner wiiri a
most complete stock nf Miller A Rich
ard s Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, al short nolice,
Anything in the Printer ' line,
from a llodlln lo a Cylinder Press. We have a lars-e
slock cf new and second hand Printing I'resse-s of
all makes and sires. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cyhmler I'ressM, Collrell and
llabcock Presses i also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewrl, Gordon and Wash
insloo Jobbers
WASIHNC10N HAND PRESSES;
ncwjiailer steam engines, which are just the thing for
liiuerh iuK ivater .Muers. i.em 1'ajr (.utters,
and (full line of hanborn's bookbinders
machinery.
OUR HDKL1TY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best in
use- "Rve you use,i our rcnectKm puicsT
Iliey save editonal wurk and composl
tlon, and therefore save money.
A-4TSEND I OR OUR CATALOGUE
ReSIEMIer No liouse on this coast can comrtc with
us 111 ijuaiuy 01 EOOOS.
Chicago office ; Monroe street.
ccto cbbcctiscmcnts.
HAWAIIAN INVESTJIENT ANU AGENCY
Company. (Limited.)
MONEY LOAXED
On Kifst-class securities, for Ionic or tivort period.
A r t.I f ItlfLVt SI rr.
Office yueen Street, over O. W, Mtcfailane A Co -4W
JJ FOLDI,
(Representing Horrst'hC & Ca,of Sydney,)
having arrived per "City of s New York," is now ready
VI tUSillC.av.
JaTWEXRY, DIAMONDS,
Saddlery and General Merchandise.
Sample Room, BREWER BLOCK,
(upstairs, nut lo Dr. Whitney.)
JCWji.V Orders SeUtiUJ.
H
OTEL STREET MARKET.
ED. a. WALLER, Proprietor,
PRIME MEATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND FOR SALE DAILY, between the
hours of 5 until 11a.m. and s p. ro.
SIN. n. Customers calling at the Market can be sup
psied afternoons, if so desired.
Telephone No. Jj&, loo-yr
TUST RECEIVED
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
lie Latest Sl)lestn
FELT HATS,
Trimmed and Unirlmmed, AIoln Straw and koujh
riuih. iWautiful Plumes and rlowtrL
Call and examine them ; also, ,K,
a fine line of
Ladies Underwear
-AND
Children's Clothing.
MRS. WILKINSON,
llo-Jiu. 10S Fort Street
p BNCUNGACci,
IMPORTANT I
The su(tfitrt, fuklirix their pre. tons space totally Xxu
urutMiv iu iir j mi i.twir taujcif incjeaMnc
business, fjund it itcetuy to cnUrc
their Store, In order to facilitate
the siauwiiifi U an bn.
Mease sttxV tf
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Slctal attention Is called to the following
cshiUts now on hand t
SUI'e.RIOR STOVES,
ALVAKAIK) STOVrS.
NfcW I'ARAGON RANGES.
S.URI.KA kANGl.S,
ARMY RANGES
SuUaUe lor iJaaiatkin use, the rsUl.aleJ "NIM11LE
c-rnl'i w 1 tisi.siv s.. ...,r..
SUffc . M..MS SISS HAilUfc,
avajfo:
set inlevck, libk--t water attacaavtaiil Copp
srs, of every desctiptiost, auule so usder I Ir
:r lo
'
npsej an tsMa laa4 npe. Iron tut
wi
vast Cocks and aituia;t tlui
A, saw ut Sosasttti feUtasr.
It Is nut ivrtsisarylo enuavtraie our stock cat TIN
WARE, sisssn uvuarwj u taty every
mkleTnlUiraii. J at HrTEeS
TO SUITtHK TIMES.
K. A Co. thaal taeir pauaus fur ike Ueeal Mtawrt
accorised itwat sriej lis paa (aar jwars, aad aTsiwi
aaaMltaM (sToaU StaM Ihat lief tn now U a SssSSM
fnasisjn Msaw iwH eaaxtele oijert ta IsWer aaeofamiie
OroWsfresa Ike osaar lUaals kW4 a(4 iifllr
fanrantsi,
WII0M2 NUMBER 113.
vTcncr..l butrliccmtnto.
M
ax ncKAiirn
NEW STORE.
GRAND OPISNINO
or jtrOCK
I lake (real pleasure In InfmUt friends and lie
pubttc In xttteral, Ihal I liart
r
REM OVE D
To my tine Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I oin with an entire NEW STOCK OT JLW
KLRV, SOLID BOLD AND PLATED,
WATCHES,
of all descriptions, and a complete
assort ment of
SI I, VEIl-PLATED WAKE,
Agent for Simpson's, Hair., Steers and Roger's
Silver listed Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elfin
Watches.
WATCH REPAIRING
Will Leas before, A SPECIAL I! RANCH OF MINE
Warranting all Work. A full line of
.Ipeeiuelet and Eyeulamst,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, 1 invite the
puwic to inspect my stock oeTwe ptucJusinc else
where. Mr pxl standing In this Kingdom, from Ion rears
experience in Ihu. taisinest, it a guarantee that I shall
offer the IJhSTat Ihe VERY LOW1V5T PRICES. I
have spared no eapense In selecting new stock in order
to keep up my reputation and 10 give satisfaction.
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JDIAS Jb GOXZALVJES,
57 HoUl BtrsMt,
wish to direct public attention to their recent smpuru.
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DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
Embroidery
FROM .WADEIHA.
We purchased the Goods For Cash, and wOl there
be u a Ksitk 10 otter
Great Advantaces to PatrcMs!
The Fancy Andes are well wortfcr a" Inspectioa,
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