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THE PACIFIC
(kommcrcral glbbfrtiscr
IS PUBLISHED
Kvory Saturday Morning,
BY H. L.SHELDON.
City and Island Snbaerlnlione. G.OO a Vear.
J.OO tor Ms Monlhi.
Foreign SnbrriplUna. IT.SO I IO n Vnr.
. ' . . . .
n.e sueavnptiin price tf pa-r Sonrerd-d ti any i,.rt of
erlra I :j pr annum. Mh frtcludre the llawiiixn
porta only. Ail tap?rt fur Eurj.o porta will be charred
be pottage demanded at th pot office, which varies from 4
o 8 cent, on each sinle paper.
XT s'caatrriote Patabls Alwats i Advasc.
XT Communications from alt part of the Pacific wid
war very acceptable.
XT Persons residing ia any part of the L'nft-d States. ca
tnit ihe mount of subscription dues fjt thii pajT In
ii i v j ' ' 1
u" " plain and Fancy
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
rr BILL-HEADS, TrsiTINO, BCSIXESS AND ADDRESS
CAttUi printed in the highest style of th art.
aannnBaaaBBBBBaBBannnnnnaBBBannnnnnnaBBBnnnnBnnaaBnnnnan
Grandmother Gray.
FaJl aod fair, in fcer o'J armchair,
urn-t f iH.ng her thin white hair,
J"i)-tt;y loitt.tn lit Granilmoihr Gray ;
N hile I on my ellmw leaule her Iran,
Ari'l l-ll what wonderful thing 1 mean
To Lar aoJ to Jo. U 1 ca, torn day ;
Vow e r talk to lo Cnadmothe Gray
f
Hhe Joriu't Uo(h Dor aml yea away.
I see, ti I lock from the window neat.
A hoate th're yooder, arrow the atreet,
With a fice French rcof arxj a frecoet hall ;
The lp bay winJowa are full of fliwen.
They a e luck of bronie that chlmea the hciim.
- J And fcwatala I hear it tickle and fall
" When the 5"Xr are open : " I mean, I fay,
To live in a hooie like that aome day."
- Money will buy it," aaya Graodmother Cray.
Thrte' a low tmronch, fiil gnea and fold, .
, Aad m pair cf feoraea aa tlaek aa jet, '
I've rrn drire by and beCre I aA old
A turo-oat like that I hope to ft.
How they prance and thine In their harnea gay '.
What fun 'twould be, if they ran away !"
" iluarj will buy them," taya Grandmother Gray.
t i . . .
" To-morrow, I know, a treat thip taila
Out of port, and aeroaa the aea ;
Oh '. to krl In my face the ocean (alea,
An-1 the tlt waves dancing under me !
In the old, tu lan.lt of legend and lay
I long to roam ami 1 ah all, aome day."
f Miavf wjlf It,", atyt Orandiaotber ray.
t -e - --
And when, like me, you are old," aaya the,
, Anil getting and going are done with, dear,
, .What tbea, la y ou (kink will the one thing be
' V will with ami need, to content yno. here "
Oh, when la ray chair I hr tit atay.
Lay, you tee, will content me," I say.
"That, aoooey wn't bay," tay Grandmother Cray.
'-' And, aura enough, if there' nothing worth
All your care, when the year are paat,
' ' Hut love in heaven, and love on earth,
ft hy not begin where you'll end at laal
Begin to lay up treature to-day.
Treasure thai nothing can take away,
. W ta Lrd !" ny Grandmother Gray. '
VARIETY.
.A nubaoriLer told us last week he would ray
bis subscription to-daj, as sure as he lived."
If he does not come in, we will publish his obitu
ary in our next.
Love like that of Damon and Pythias still
exists between, friends, even in this degenerate
ago and tlii distracted country. An Indiana
man recently ran away with a friend's scolding
Somebody remarks that young ladies look up
on a boy as a nuisance until ho is past the age
sixteen, when he generally doubles up in value
each year, until, like a meerschaum pipe he is
priceless.; v j
A little Boston girl, four years old, created a
ripple by remarking to the teacher of her Sunday-school
claiw:- Our dog's dead. I bet the
angels was scared when they saw him coming up
the walk. lie is awful cross to strangers."
St. Liuis Republican : Why do not the medi
ums settle this Presidential business. . It really
seems as though the spirit of Washington and
the rwt of the Presidents might sit as a Keturn-
lDg lioaru anu ecna up a message WOlCn WOUIU
be a Settler tO Somebody. '
- " -
Toa1a nr nprr fiatisfirtl Tvith tliinirs nn thev
r-k a a a I
-r- - . .. . e
are. uive tnem one ana tney aK lor two; give
them two, and they wonder why you didn't give
thera three .They axe like the boy who thought
ne couw improvo. tne Lora e lrayer djt mating is
' a. . a v -trx a .
reaur VJViiTC us una uay -uay our uuuy uivom i
and butter, with a little cake and eome apples
for dessert.
- (.1 1 ;i : i
Ihe champion scholar has been discovered.
Being asked to sign his initials to a document,
he wanted to know what " nisbuls" were.
Why, your name, being (leorge Gould, your
want two G's." "Oh, I sec," he said, and
wrbt4f42)Geeit.V.--.i. ' - - 7
MaSi's Wants. Cuve a man the necessaries of
life and he wants the conveniences. Give him
the conveniences and he craves the luxuries.
Grant him the luxuries and he sighs for the cle
. T . . - !?.; M ,i ua
cancies. Let him havo the elegancies and he
yearns lor me iouies. uive mm ait togetuer anu
he complains that be has been cheated both in
price and quality ,of the, articles.
Ono of i tht "teachers in a - Sunday-rjclKibl was
'stumped" badly Sunday afternoon. lie was
teaching the infant class," and, after explaining
the leeeoo as well as he knew bow, he threw
open the question box, figuratively speaking,
and told the children they might ask him any
questions ,that .suggested., themselves. lie was
gratified by 9 sevtn . year-old girl,' who immedi
ately piped oat, "YTbdsV elected?'' He couldn't
tell.
Edward Everett llalsaya that ho has " within
six;'iaoiitht .talked with a highly ; cultivated
American woiiaa. who. did not know the difltrenoe
between a Sanator and a Representative in Con
gress." And he went into a public school one
day and asked a question about the Battle of
Brsodywfoe, found that th class . had never
heard oT it, aad was -only amawd by the droll
ness of the name." .
" i r 1 - 1 1 . 1 1 I
Sjwsms Bsfore Bhaxdt. The following ancc-
dot WAS told Of a Yery clever fellow Who had
been 80me-wnat frolicsome, but Who haa recent- I
ly joined the Sons of Temperanec. After becom
ing's Son," be went to Mobile on buisness, and
war, taken skk tkere. i .The . Physician called on
him, and after haying examined him, pronounced
him in a very daogerous position, and prescribed
brandy. The sick man told him he could not
take it- ;.Tha doctor fcaid be oust, or be would
hav; epflsm.' irwll,' said the Son or Tem
ptrancq, " I will try. a few spasms first." lie
did not take" the bran3y, nor did be have the
spasms, but went on his way rejoicing.
' New YoRfsr Triwatri; Ihe little daughter of a
- , r" . ,
very weauny ier xoritcr imppcucu no luug
ago to bear her email scnooimates congratulating
themselves ana one anotner upon.tue regularity
with - which their fathers said grace at table.
Her father did not say grace, and, oppressed by a
sense ot inJoriority, the little one wept that even
ing and besought him to do it. He said be
thought it was time he began, and asked a bless
ing with' all proper feeling at breakfast next
morning. A youDger sister of his little homilist,
a young lady- etill in the nursery, who bad not
beard the previous conversation, looked up sur
prised ; then her face cleared.' "I. know wbit
you does it for, papa," . said she; "it's tause
you'se gettin' poor !"
Not tot Answer lis Expected. One of our
citizens is blessed, or otherwise, with a very stub
born wife. This peculiarity of disposition in bis
wife is no secret with his associates, and one of
tbem meeting him the other day asked:
' Iff do.youknoy whyycuaie like a
donkey - -"- ' -
Like a donkey !' echoed W , opening
hia eyea wide..' :!! 2$o, I don't."
Give it up?"
Yes.", f-. : -f. '
Uecanse 1 your "better half is stubbornness,
Itself."
(That's not bad. 11a! lla ! ill give that to
mr wile when I get home."
Mrs.' TY- ' Tie eaid as he sat down to
supper, " Da you know why I am like a don-
kev ?" i rJ p '. ' .
lie waited a moment, expecting his wife to
five it up. . But she .didn't. . She looked, at
im somewhat commiseratingly as she answered :
I suppose yon were born so."
VOL. XXI NO. 2f).
-. jjttsihtss garlis.,
AFONG & ACHUCK,
TMPOKTEKS, WIIOLKS.I l.H AND It h'.'I A 1 1
M. Dea!rt in Orn-ril M-rohan.lie r irr-iro,f ?l'rtr, iiai.
nu Streeu. ly
EDWARD T. O'HALLORAN,
TTORVKV AND SOLICITOR. IS if-
:itor. !
10.000 on Mor
V THfjRIZKD to lrnil fmn t '0J to f 10.000 on MorWaire of
FreehoMt, at lowtt ratrt of Iott-res;
Xj Ag?nt in London,
and in all parts of Au'ra!ia.
OFF1CK on Fort S;ret, ( j.iite Mr. Ira Richar l.n'j
Store) Honolulu. ja
J. M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
DE.XTA U OFFICK, FORT STREET,
corner Hotel, over Mr. atrcln" I rog gtore. d23 ly
FalfORN,""
CO.NFECTIOXER, SO. HI HOTEL ST.,
next door u C K. Uiwtui, Honolulu. .. . dril
riROCER AXI FROV ISItX
DEALER,
Vjr family Orocery and Fe-:J More,
52 Fort Street. Honolulu.
dciJ ly
. WILUAM R. OASTLE, -
A TTORXEV A XI) COUNSELOR AT LAW,
and a Notary I'uMic. UUice, corner of Merchant and
Kaabumanu btreeu, liuuoluiu. U6
W. G. IRWIN & Co.,
COM .MINSK) .V M E R V 1 1 A NTS.
tLASJ X ll'JS AND lNaLitANCk: AtiKNTS.
nollj - llonoiohi, II. I. - - 1
H. ri-ICHUB.
FISCHER & ROTH,
ERC'II A NT
iT-i. myO
TAILORS, US FORT ST.1
Honolulu, II. I- 1
BROWN & CO.
T M PORTERS
AND UK ALERS I S ALES
J. WIN Ei AND Sl'IKITS, AT WHOLK3ALK
T3, AT WHOLK3ALK.
S Jlerchant Street, n4 lyj Honolulu, II. I.
RICHARD F. DICKERTON,
A TTORXEV A XI COUNSELOR AT LAW.
j. Will attend the Terms of Courtt on trie other Inland.
Mr.ney to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds, it OFFICB, No,
23 Merchant Street, I'p atolrs, over lr. btaugenwahl'.
m20 "
DILLINGHAH & CO.,
I'M PORTE US AND DEALERS IN II A R D-
4 WAliK,
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paint and Oil, and General
Merchandise. ,
ap29 No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly
HYMAN BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JL Dt.AL.tK3 IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats furnishing Goods, Ladies' and
uenta jooisanu dut , laakcc f uuuub, vu, v, .
Capt. Bnovr Buildinir. N. -0 Merchant St. Honololrj. ap29 ly
IRA RICKSON,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS,
Shoe. Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
ii r ...
Corner of Fort and Merchant St. ' lai22 ly Honolulu, H.' I..
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETT i CO.
Corner Fort and Qaeen Sts.
Dealers in Lumber. Paints, Oil, Nails, Salt, and Building
ap8 Materials, of every kind. ly
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green & Co.)
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MEU
fllAVP a nvw rnn
v a " w
tioyd' and the Liverpool Underwriters. Northern Assuranca
Company, and British and Foreign Marine Insurance
Company. - - - - -
ml) Fire Proof Buildines, Kaahumanu and Queen Sts. ly
rz :
C. H. DICKEY,
4 TTORXEV AT LAW,
A. tD
to irt acknowii3:menu c-r Ui.cr Contracu for
the District orMauawao
rt-v Will nrnrtirp on Maul OnlV.
' Blank Labor Contracts, approved form, and Stamped Paper
constantly oo hand.- - -
XT KesKlence, Haiku, Mam. fegS ly r
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX GEX
KRAL MERCHANDISE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
: Tela Ho. 60 King gtrcet, Hnnolalo, 11. 1. . j ly i.
BOLLES & CO.,
S
HIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers ia General Merchandise, Queen Street
, Jr; . " . Honovoiu. Hawaiian islands. - - -iy
'
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
TTORNEV AT LAW,
Bills promptly collected.
: hilo, I1AWAU.
fel9 ly
CECIL BROWN, .
ATTORXET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
NOTARY PUBLIC and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the IsUn.l of Oahu.
Mo. t Kaahumana Streat, llonolnlu, U. 1. . fsH ly
1 v- C. S. BARTOW, ' " " L
4 UCTIONEER, SALESROOM ON QUEEN
fc,
street, foot of Kaahnmano.
: f. a; schaefer &.co., .
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. )a29 ly
ALLEN & STACKPOLE, i
KAWA1HAE
HAWAII,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MERC 11 AN DISK and SUIPflNO BLSINKS3 at the
'ILL CONTINUE
. Wnaas. m aihara lka AM lPAnar4.1 J rVtiiaK thaw 4 H 41 tl W aTaT lak
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruit as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notica ano i on tne
most reasonable terms.
C. BREWER & CO., - .;
c
OM MISSION AND SHIPPING MER-
CHANTS.
Honolulu, Oahu,
(se2 ly)
Hawaiian Islands.
JOHN THOS, WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
"se2 Queen Street, llouolula- ly
LAWRENCE H' CULLY, , .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
office over sir. riciiardson'S siiob
biorc
Corner Fort and Merchant St.
se2 .1m
LEWERS & DICKS01T,
E ALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
D
auli
Materials. Fort Street- t
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, ' -.;. ;
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND GEN
. Jural shipping agent, .. c
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands au!2 ly
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS Si. COMMISSION AGENTS,
Wholesale Dealers in General Merchandise. .
Jy22J Queen St., next to the Office of J. I. Dowsett, Esq. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES HISOLDBUSINESSIN THE
. Fire-proof buiUIni, Kaahumanu Street, - -
Chronometers rated by observatioss of the sun and start,
with a transit instrument aciuffitjly adjujTd ta the
meridian of Hcnoluln. Particular at tection eiven to
One watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjuated. Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
jvi2 hand and for sale. ly
3. C. ALLSS.
If. P. ROBI.N.-GS.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LU.MBKRand all kinds of LUIL'jING MATERIALS,
Paints, Oils, Nails, 4c, 4c.
AGKSTS FOR SCHOOSKR3
PACAHI, MARY ELLEN, F. QCEKN, UILAMA. f- . (
de2) Uooolulii, Hawaiian Islands. j (ly "
CHUNG FAA
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GENTS CLO
THING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 4c., aisa Ladies
Fancy Good, Hats, Gaiters, etc, No. IT Nuuanu Street,
o7 ly Honolulu, H. I.
v
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JANUARY R 1877.
annf 'forts..
H. L. CHASE,
JOKTRAIT AM) LANDSCAPE PIIOTO-
Comop.j!.:aD Photograph Uailery, 84 ar.d 6 J Fort Street,
Honotaln. "
J. M. DAVIDSON,
4 TTORXEV AT L.V
iA
Office over -Ir. Whitney' Book 'tore,
Honolulu.
no25
THE LAHAINA STORE.
LAI IAIN A, MACL
Tfa!lr MniTT 0on. Trnnr. Fred. II. IlsyMen, Mansifer.
(Late A. 8. Cleghorn Co.)
HAS OX HAM) A SUPERIOR ASSORT,
raentef Uenral Merch-ruljs-, Lumber, and recruit for
Inter-Island vessels.
no IS
S. MAGNIN,
mTfJCAyU-. ST.. nemr Kiaj, Iiuparirr aad
1 Dkalbk is
General Merchandise, fancy Dry Goods. Gentlemen'
Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hcots, choen, IJat, Caps, sc., 1c
, - . fe29 ly . . - - '
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER '& CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER-
M CHANTS,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Street. . ml8 ly
E. 0. HALL & SON,
7f M PORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARD-
M. WARK, Dry Good, Paints, Oils, aaa General .Mercuanuiae.
noH Corner Fort and King SU. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
era in Clothing. Hoots, shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Fancy Goods- (nolS ly) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE l)EAI
. am in Pa.liinnaMo Clothing. Hats. Cans, boots and Shoe.
and every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Good
Store formerly occupied by . A. Aldrich, Makee's -no
13 .Block. Queen Street. ly
TUo. C, THBl'M. J" OAT, JR.
THRUM & OAT,
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING?
Stationer. Booksellers, News Dealers and Book BiDders.
oc7) MmcBAST Sr., srAa Foar, HosoLrLC. (ly
DOCTOR. LATHROP
H AVI NO RETURNED TO HONOLULU
ta reside, has resumed the practice or his profession.
Anyone desiring his service, either Medical or Surgical, can
And him at the Capt. Snow Cottage adjoining the Hawaiian
Hotel. oc7 tf
H. HACKFELD & Co.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oi ly
.HONOLULU.
A 9. CLKGHORS. JSO. S. SMITHIES.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DKALERS IN
General Merchandise,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts., '
o7 ly Nuuanu St., and Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
hTrMcINTYRE & BROTHER,
G
KOCERV, FEED STORE AND BAKERY,
Hnrner of Kins and Fort Streets,
o7 ly
Honolulu. II. I.
; OHUtAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
H ,- " - " VUIXA uuuua
Of all descriptions", and In all kinds of Dry Good. Also, con
tantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rioe.
o7 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. ly
1 WING CHONG TAI & CO.,'"
H
OVOLCLIT BAKERY. CORNER OF
myO Ring ana Maunanea streets.
0. E. MOFFITT, M. D.
S
URGEON, LATE U. S. A.
no4 ly
Office In Wailuku, Maui.
J. PORTER' GREEN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE, aoxt door to Dr. EUStangenwald, Merchant St.
fe!2 ly
'glcrtaniral.
. . . M. T. DONNELL,
Cabinet Mater, Turner, French Polisher
Nw.al Hotel Street, t t : IIonalNla, II. I.
. ,'fi -- : . , jy6 ly '
P. H. TRIPP,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
; COENKR Of " " -
Port vnd SZlxis ' Streets.
All Arllolea lis hla Line Mautsf aetured with
juO.:. . - Neatness and Di.patch. ly
G. W. BROWN,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
V -. ..MONTGOMERY SQUARE. . '
ROADS. TRAMtrAlS,
AX til uttrvs ana imiuur,.-,
CONSTRUCTED. ,
.,..(..... . .
WATER COIR8ES ALTERED,
MARSH LAND3 DRAINED,
, . ft - - OBSTRUCTIONS REMOVED, -
Cil'i Is
4c.,' ic.
MAFS AND PROFILES.
This Establishment closes at 12 M., on Saturdays.
.? r - deio ly
: ; W. KNICHT,
Practical House and Sign Painter,
GRAINING, GILDING and CLAZ1NO, :
PAPER HANGING, &c, 4c.
jy22 No. 45 Fort St., two doors above Hotel. Zm
WI. WEIGHT,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH !
Shop on Jutld Wharf,
Next to Captain Oat's Sail-Loft. Honolulu, H. I.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING
"Vl .Inn Art A - .
r s$ 1 ' - " -
All Kind oi liiacKsnntn wotk
For Ship or Shore on reasonable terms and with d!?patch.
... i I
CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
BEST X3 uV. n. X H. O
Nuts, W-ahers. &c,
fe2C At ibe Low-eat Market Rate.
1ST I
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
OF EVERT DESCRIPT1QN
Furniture Ware Rcora oa Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
'aa23 ly - ;
TRAVELLER'S HOUSE,
HILO.
VISITORS AT HILO. AND PARTIES EN
ROCTR FOR THK VOLCANO, can find
Good Accommodations
with -;
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the above establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notit-e, and all arrangements mtde for the trip to the
mountain. . ' (Jy ly) C. K. HAPAI.
- 7
5tlf(Wnif3l.
MICHAEL LH. '
LEWIS & BROWN,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS,
King Street, t-ar Bethel, n jmoluiu.
PARTICULAR ATIEN Il'-'N r A ID TO
0
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
J. II. WICKE,
Caliuot TJX. v AS- ox-.
Ill Kir.it Slterl. 1 1
Between Fort and BKl.el Streets.
Furniture of alt dt.-riptknj msJe and repaired at reason
able rates. Good workicaruhip guaranteed. i2'J ly
1
WM. JOHNSON,
: Mrrrluial Toiler,
Kaahumanu St., n. I., opposite Godfrey Rhodes.
aj.ia ly
THOMAS LACK,
ivr -a. g n i u i a t
NO. lO SORT STREET,
2
will attend to all orders In the
LOCK, LTV s. CF..F.RALKKP1!U L1VK
fie will give special attention to eleanine, repairing and rejr-
mating sewing Machines, and aii other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every d
escnption, Hlnrkamlltiltij;, sc
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, ntoli, shot, iminuiitlon,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c Arc.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and al. other extia and
duplicate parts of Maohiucs supplied on short notice
XT Best Uacatne twist, ij
SOLB AGENT IX THIS KIXUDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewiig Machines,
CHRIS. GERTZ, CABINET MAKER
fp. BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
y l of Honolulu, that he has purchased ihe stock and bus-
Ir&SS inc-ss of Wm. Fischer, Hotel Street, next door to Strt hz a
' Druz Store, and that in future the business will be
carried on by him in the same premises.
C. Q. solicit a fair share of the public patronage, and
promises hi patrons civility, attention and good quality for
their money. ju3 6m
L.WA.Y,
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
XT WORK DONE PROMPT La". 31
Shop on Fort Street, Ksplan id-, opposite Hopper' Barrel
Factory. ap29 Cm
T. J. BAKER,
AKCISITECT and JBUlsLDUU
Plans and specifications furnished at reasonable rate.
Address, Post Offioe, Honolulu, II I. oc7 3ib
WEST & COLEMAN,
Wagon and Carriage Builder, TJandTO King St.,
Honolulu. (ja29 ly) Island order promptly executed.
C. SEGELKEN & CO.,; "
NO. S NCUANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Shret Iron &, topprrware !
; Kkkp Constantly oa Ua.vd
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE !
Galvanized Irou and Lead ripe,
Iudia Bobber Hose, &r., if.
ap2i
ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle and linrncss ITIakr,
KING STREET, UQNOLVW- '
. Harness, Saddle & Shoe Leath
er, Censtantl; on Hand. -
Order from the other Island promptly attended to. aula ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass ard Lead
Casting.
Machinery of Every Description made -
TO ORDER.
Particular Attention paid la Ship's Macksmlth'tng
O Jot Work executed on the shortest lotice. i aul2 ly ;
Cooperage Z
J. H. BP.rSS.
. B. GBCBK.
j. h: bruns & co.,
BEG LEAVE TO NOTIFT THE PUBLIC
that they have purchased the entire ttoolt in trade of
the late James L. Lewis, and that they will continue to carry
on the Business of
Coopering and Gauging,
1 At No. 28 Fort Street.
Where they tcill be found Prepared to Execute all
.". Orders in Heir line. .- . - - - i
Casks,' Kerosene Oil Containers
FOB TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Jul7 ly
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J. M. OAT & Co., Sallmakers.
OLD CC3T0M HOCSB, FIRK-PROOF BL ILDIXQ. ' ' "
On the Wharf, Foot of Nouanu Street. II oca
lula, U. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanised Clue and Thimbles.
Flaga of all deaer Iptlona mado and repaired.
Thankful for past patrocaxe, we are prepared to execute all
orders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
mm ir
J. H. McLEAN,
Tin mitli and Plumber I
DIALS IS
lH STOVES AND RANGES!
A FLLL AbSOBTMEKT OP
TINWARE ALWAYS TT II A7S T.
Jobbing Prouapily Attended to.
28 1y NO. 88 NIICANC ETRKKT.
Vsjevr
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iisunitff ear s.
THE BUITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
(LIMIT8II,)
4 CCEPTS RISKS AT THE LO W EST
naV RATES. The clause in the Fwliclr of this Comuany are
j specially advantageous
TUEO. 11. DAY1L.
Agent.
j THE NOETHEEN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Inf9 lire anJ Life rolltlfs
4X THE MOST I.I 15 K 11 A L TERMS. ALL
Vf Claims or Leases settled with tiroml:tude
nol ly
IllkO. li. DAVltB, Agent.
NEW ZEALAND INS., COMPANY !
FOR
.FIRE d- MAKIXF IXSUKAXCF,
ESTABLISHED, ISisJ.
Oapitl, - -"1,000,000,
(With uniiruited Liability of Shareholders.)
"SKK TO'T WELL, I'ltOTtCT OVRsELF." Shakespeare.
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE,
of every deription of t roperty msy l eflVcted with this
Louir.any at nio.lerate rate..
.
i Merchandise, Goods and Freight Insured
"
oy steamer anu sailing vessels. Losses caa be made.
payable in Honolulu.
CACTLK k. COOKE,
. Agents (or llauolalu. .
jaO ly
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS., CO.
. OF WI XTERTII I'R,
j 'ik uxdersigxeiark authorized
j tnuui) jrnjiiuiii ana x AxiAoUxCE
From Ilouolnla,
TO ALL PA JITS OF THE WORLD
AND UPON
COASTERS, BY SPECIAL PERMISSION!
On the most Favorable Terms.
W. O. IR WIN & Cf.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
dldly
Ti:sitAl3llslxocl. 1030.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
OF" ire
INSURANCE COMPANY!
Unlimited Liability of Stockholders
ASSETS. S26.740, 1 05.70.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJCSTFD, AND PAID AT ONCE,
023 BISHOP tc CO.. Agcstla
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rgMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
Jt. iioston UoarU al L nderwriters, notify Master of vela
and other that all bills for Repairs on Vessels, and all bill
Cur General Average purpose, must be approved by th Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented oa
all survey, or such bills will not b. allowed.
. P ly C. BREWER A CO., Agent. -.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
M. above Company, have been authorised to iosur rick an
Cargo, Freight and Treasure, .
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice versa.
n4 ly ' II. HACKFELD & Co.
-'THE
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OF BOSTON. MASS
Xxxoo x 2 ox-dto cl, X a O O .
The Oldest Partly Mutual Llf 6 Insurance
" ' ' ' Co., in the United States. " "
Policies issued on the most favorable terms.
EXAMPLE OF 0-K)UI K1TI RK PLi!ft
Iuiarrd Age, 33 Venrav Ordinary LlTe PI ass
One Annual premium contiohes Policy 2 year 8 day
Two Annual premium continue Policy 4 years 13 days
Three Annual premium continues Policy 0 years 87 day "
Four Annual premium continues Policy S year 40 day
Fire Annual premium continue Policy 10 years 63 days '
' 'Assets, $i:i,a6o,o'oo : .',
Loea Paid through Honolulu Ageaiey..
t ,ooo :
CASTLE A, C O O K E, AGENTS
o7 FOa THE HAW'N ISLANDS. ly
. IIA3IBUKC;iI.BREMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company, ar prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
o7 1y , F. A. CCnAEFKB Ir CO.
UNION INSURANCE COMFY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
2VT -A. IX 1 10" 33 . INCORPORATED, 1865.
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
ly . FOR. THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
TRANSATLANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
' of Hamburtr.
Capital, Or IiUion Prussian Thalers.
rrtUK UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issue Policies araln$t Eisks of Fire, on BallflJngs,
Merchnndiae and Faruitssre,
on termaequAl to those of other respectable eompaal'S.
Losses paid for and adjusted here.
For particulars apply to
o!4tf H. HACKFELD fc CO' A feats.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Havruilau l.laads,
. mh7 ly ; C. BREWER a CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Havraliaai Islaada,
mill If C. BREWER k CO.
VOTICE.-MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS-
1 ITINO this port in a disabled condition and insured in
any ot the Boston and Philadelphia Office most hav their
reports and accounts duly certified to by us.
myrj ly C. BREWER & CO.
F, A SCHAEFER,
AGENT Bremen Board of Underwriter.
Agent Dresden Board of Underwrilera,
Agent Vienna Board of Underwriters
Claim against Intorance Coapaoia within the JorUdictraa
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will hare to be certified
to by th Agent ta make them valid. jalSly
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
ESTABLISHED, 1W5.
CAPITA L 2.000.000
Aeeasnnlated and Invested Fund, 2,838,118
TMIE UNDERSIGNEAO HAVE BEEN AP
POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to lean re against Fire apoa favorable terms.
Risks taken Id say part of the Islands oo Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling House and Furni
ture, Timber, Cool. Ship in, harbor with or without eanroea or
onder repair. JaSp lyj ED. UJFFsCHLAEUER c CO.
ltf AKEE PLANTATION.
I'Ll'l'ALAKUA, MAUI.
CROP OF 1870 SUGAR $c MOLASSES,
oTly For Sale by C. BREWER Co., Agent.
Aillisrfisr
WHOLE NO. 10(17.
riO.Ui:U IAHAItA.
flAMPBELL A Tl'RTOX, Pr.al.r.
.rop oi ruxar or tntterior ouHii.no mmint i. m.nA
j for tale ia quantities to tuit ly
no lily
II U At'KFKLD k CO.
CITY MARKET,
W Al'H. I'ROPH I ETO It, HEAD OF
CHAPLAIN LAN k.
jz hi i ia i v 12 n r: i :
nil All Orders Promptly Alteojed to. ly
lVAIIiAPlf riAATATIO. !
II. Crvcll, PrBrlrlr.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
I'laatation for sa ia tot to suit purchaarn. Appiy to
oi ly OKO. C. McLKAN. Agent.
HA W AH AN SOAP WORKS
sCTr;; v.V.W ViV'".
(i K I, Y V CO.,
Manufacturers arid Doalors
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Lrleo, Kinp Street, Honolulu.
Beet; Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted t
Order Leli nl Ira RIltaraBs Bat tt.4
St Slwrn will mrrl wllb pral .
15 Attrndaarr. ly
fl d
HJo.M 1oia pa pi(ddn Jaddtufl
aan q U atoiJjw
liii qgujry o piutdjad ) pa 'laajsaj iJunoj paa ifOJl
'iq)aJA snoipoaimos pu nu paj sq joAidaid mx
( rMpjasat4u)oMOan) mwr Awpwna mia
sXPMJ fnJnqx put slapsjnx IU ApM
o panainj o jnuaA 'Xninoj j -vpjll
xkh.vl mix kouj sxvmk aaioiikJ
H0X3IUJOMJ 'UinVM. o
kltLKIHiIVE LrHJNT"Vka
WAILUKU PLANTATION I
WAlLUKtr, MAtTI.
ForSahy
CRO P OP 1 8TO
C. URKWKH Co.,
Agent.
fVS Sm
IIO.OMTr,lf SOAP WORKS
Xa o 1 o o .
WJ. RAWLINS. MANUFACTURER
o or-
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
and Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow, and all
J29) kind of Soap Qrease. (ly
KAUP.iKUEl PLANTATION SUGAK
SCW COMING IN,
JTD FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
PURCHASERS, BV
AFONG ACHUCK.
Honolulu, Jane 1st, 1S74. J3w ly
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
OFFER
THE FOLLOWING
NOW LANDING
FROM THE A 1 BRITISH
BARQUE CAIMOIYIA
' From Glasgow, '
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
Consisting; of the Following Machinery!
SUGAR MILL IcOMPLETE!
FIVE STEAM CLARIFIER3. 400 AND 600 GALLONS.
A FINE ASSORTED INVOICE OF SMITH
"Ai WELLSTOOD'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AND RANGES.
BEST BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Bet Scotch Bar Iron, assorted alaest
Bet Scotch Bheet Iron, assorted ise Pig Iron,
PAINTS-.- A1VI OIJLS !
; . ' ;' ' . ' ' '
Consisting of i '
Tina White Lead, Tin Whlto Zino Paint,
Tins Qeouib Red Lead,
Tm Black and Bine Paint. ' i ' '
: ... Diatns Boid Lio.eed Oil. , -
FIRE BRICKS, Square & Arch !
: otjay.
BEST BLACKSMlTIl'COAL.1
BEST STEAM COAL.
Fencing Wire, aa sorted ia, aoseafed Sbd galvaoiaea)
Galvanized Iran Bnekela, assorted aises;
A General Assortment of Supe
rior Stationery.'1',
TJ R Y G O O D S !
-tTotisHrting of: ' " '
American Drilling, -
Fancy Prints, White OXt jia,
. Haodk:ercaiafa.CiiBtnoa, Coatames. asaorted
Tweeds, assorted i Broadcloths, Coatings,
... - ALSO. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF .
LiIQUOR
.' . ' 'COKilBTIRQ OF
Case Ueidaieck's Chanpaga, pfaiU and quart; .
Baskets Lawrence Champagne, pinla and (quarts',
Basket Lawrence Cbampafrne, extra dry -Case
Heonesty' Brandy,
Case MarteH'a rxx Brandy. Ca.e Planat's 1S0Z Brandy,'
Caae 8mail Geneva, Case Best Cenva,
Case Beat Old Tom Gin,
Caae Best Einat ao's L Iiith Wklikey.
Case Danville's Irish Whiskey. Best rcotrh Whiskey,
Quarter Caakt Beal Heaaeasy' Pale Brandy,
Quarter Caska Best MarteH'a Brandy. , , .,
Quarter Cask Jamaica Rum,
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES I Occidental,
" Ilersoitae aad O. F. C. -
Caae Beat Pal Sberry,' Casea Bed Old Port, ' ' ' '
Quarter Cask Pale Sherry, Uuarur Caaka Irish Whiakey
McE WAN'S INDIA PALE ALE I .
Pint and Quarts.
India Pale Ale.pints and quarts;
Baa k Co.' lodia Pale Ale, ptnta and quarts; '
Orance Bitter, in case,;
Boulelleaa Jt Co 'a 1, 2. 3, and 4 diamond Brandy,
Case Superior Vermouth, Caae Koker Bitters
Cases Superior Claret. Ac, Ac, ie. ,
Cases McEwan's XXX Stout, in stone jugs,
" Plili MdQnarl.
AyO. Sir. Ac. Ac.
-Jyl v '" ' ': LENEHAN 4 CO.' J
the PAOino
(Commercial bbrriisrr
rrBLISIIID AT
Honolulu, Hawaiian Iwlitiid.
rioloaj or Vcl.xroxrtlilmax.
Pjre mar4 ia Koo- 1 a
parrUTrpe.
. Iwl J at
I I
M. aa. , It a.
)!
IJeve. t inet I M I W 00 4 Oo I N UN
li luril tm:h) I M I ao 4 Ii I M
fl Line (2 lnrtir..... too 40 T OO tk UN UN
M l.o. (j lwlir.1.... IM 2i I II . 14 Ta rt T
44 Law (4 IihIh.;,,.. 4 t UO II 14 On H U MM
U lrt-r U! IHIIWIIMUM AW MM
lU.rJ Cvlaaa lMlidvMvUM 44 4w M 4w
HaM Crasa U M II M 11 k W M MM
traTVir Uluii, ... 14 W 24 W X) fri 44 4o- 14 o tfw M
bo. Potass a llMWWMWMte IWW1NM
fcr A4tru rMr re Tut. Vtatva, aaa
t? lor thair aati) r vwcioatag Orwikacit w L'att4 (
Fuatag ktaaiM wt a as awn a taw? wtob I. ftj a4 thatr
card will K iMvri.J a pr atwv UIM. tut th. Urn fa4 foe.
IT Maaibvaa tarda, kf raara.a B a Vbab, ar
a'k wed a 4Mval IrMa tu as raua, wlki4 at nauateat
adtertiaeaarwu tsta ai4 or kara4 ajaiartarly.
I'Bgai ct'i-rt af la Avaaraaa, T.a Cm. wMw raaegH
Fiftreo Cauut y U 4uawa.Ua iMIar.
crftgaiwtiUstmjctj.
PADDY IS Ric .
1
VI SHIPPER OF I A IM) V. AN IMI'KLs.
of But hetog oaawd la lb TrMly, t ax atilMt of
daty. la, t nt rM; wng nMbtng tw hat Klr,
lh UilnJ.ti. ut HtM wurd wni4 Ar awra pvw. AH
th M 1y that Us arrtrH at rhts r-rt iirw th. pmulgaliii
of th. Treaty haa beea adalit.4 fn Kkw.l atwttoa.
I'.rtK-. drainxu of tliM raWty Ut IhMi ar. aHtr4
that It will t adBIUr4 Iim vt Wty, bb4 kalM and 4me la
tU brat tMaaiklc atauaM ao4 cat (avotaM. IMat t
V. U. CI IAN WOOD.
Ucn'ral CuasmlMloa alwihant aa4 tnml f Iu4ia Hmw
Mill, fan FranciM-o, CaL a!4 U
HMDIA RICE lYirXiTui t
coaKF.it or . ' ' ''
MISSIOlv v IKKM(TrS., SIX IlilNfIS(0, flL.
riMIE INDI A'RICK MILL IIAVDSU IMRB
1 gone Material lmtrovemriita, is now la I'eitevl OndlUo
for the
IirillaGMDllIlESSIXGOFl'ADlin
AND
U N CLEAN ED R1CEI
la lb. Beat TWthU Manner. Th Trlca ur Hulliu aad
DrrMlng I'adfly hu Vera RraTtif! SU I'rr i'riti.
Ooxiaii5xxa.trai or
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
HVi JVcrMe Prompt ami OweW AttrtttUm.
WM. M. OIIAHN WOOD, . .
U.ueral CointuUaioa Merchant at4 rraptklvf ol t4ia EU
Mill. NltMS
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding L Commission Mtrcluut
407" FRONT rTBKjCT, CORN KII CL A Y,
HAN KRANCISCO.
Par tWalar atuaUon paid la Ooatlgaotewt af I. land rr4wr
t4 iy
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL !
JNO. B. DK1EE A CO., rrsprlrtsrt. ,
m- TTIaC IIOttE I'OTKRI ONE KNTHtB
Blot k, Lariig a (roataf eoaUi.ea.l and weal of
overTuwlVrl. It la adiulrablf loralMl fur lb oe.
venlenr of gue I thoroughly built la lb ImmmI
muHC, with ad rnod.ra tmprovemtaia. K.ery laor, fruM
baeeaMat ia caoC, t aaaartaid with tour lawrM at rwwMM,
which, with oibrr (-gu.rd., twnder U prai-ucally IIRK-.
raoor. Th ventilation i iwrfc i, ad tii u..i. t
b.lng refitted with lb addition of ow and rlrgant furnllur aa
required.
I he eervlce, table, and ether aoreaunedatloae PiiiT the
aame to all gueaU) will be nialnUiaed lujly up le lb blh
euriderd of their predeceaaara, and equal le any lintM la tine
or any other eouotry i but the rorteira bav wedded te
meet the lust ei per laltuoe of toe lue la tte tiaaae Of
flrtanclal depreaaioa by graduaiing prlra at liout 3 00 to
$4 M per day, oncetdtng te U loratloa of the rooen uvupled.
, Chicago, 1U., Febranry, III. - ' aHI
; WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping; &, Commission Blcrchant,
No. IS California Street,
h2l tf IIAII raAKCISOU.
IIKM.TIA A IIKOS. V CO.
Co ill mi si ion ilfcrclinn,
' SAN FRANCISCO. Oft FRONT HT. , ,
Advaneea aaad oo apprevad onlrnBnt( a4. erdr ao
aeS3) llciUd aud rocn(itlf atteudrd Ut. (!ls
ORATEFUIr-COMrORTTI:0.
" BREAKFAST. . -
64 nV A THOROUGH KKOU LKIIUBOr.
JL 0 oatarai law which govera U etxraUoasol dt-v
g.atloo and nutrition, and by a oarrful epptlreUoa of tb to
prooarUe of wHl-setrmed oarwia, Mr.' KIT ha prwWI.a our
brcakfait table with o deUrotetr avoored beveare ohteli
aaay av a aaany heavy doctors' biU. H I by th iedWUoia
se of oeb article of diet that a eooslltullo e.ay be grade- (
ally buIR ap antil strong enooirti te reetat every tendenry te '
!. IlaadrerU af eotitl aaaladno are Oeetine amwad an :
ready to attack wherever taere te a weak point. We aaay ,
eacape many a laUl shaft by keeping oursatvr well surtifi
With pore blood and a pmparly nourished fraa." Mea artl
I ia the Civil Sm tc 4ia a. . . ' I :
Mad slaaply with boiling water or toil. 1W14 only la pock r
t, (tin for abroad) labeled : ,,
JAMIF.PPB4lCO.,IIOMfFOPATlOCrlRMIB.,, '
48 Threadneedle Utreet, and 170 Plecadllly-Worka, Koaloa
toad ad Aieaaoea Teoo, UwIm, m lla
SUGAR UACIIIUERY 1 1
..." ),... i 1 1 i ' -
FI4IIE UNDBRaldXEO ' IU JUJIT . IIE'
M- CE1VEW ia MaU lrea tM oMebtauo 1
1 w
. , , .OLABOOW IROM WORKS Of
MESSES. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
- ' - ' , '
J ' Eiect particular Of th eeet af ' '
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
O seventeen different eapaeltir ranging
i
10SO LVo. Snwor In lO Hoara nt m Coat of
I10. le a Flratla)o V'aonnan Pan -
Flani to anako IS Toni of ss-... .
gar I at IO II on re nt m coat
; i ' of X,70, delivered
! ' ' let Claeegev.
I
The iiadetaigaed are pra4 eo eeeei oral. re nr Sara
machlo.ry, ar.d to arran bfrriabtoa aoa t beshlpp.il
by a NEW IROM CUPPEK SUIT now biiihling la lb
Uydeof 1000 too tardea, te leave QLASOOW oa or about
the lath of February neat. . i
N. B Ordsre ler aU kVad of Meealnery aad other Ear- '
Kaa Marehaodiae to be eblppH by th abor ve, ehoold "
aert te the eaderljmw doriag tk aaonth of Vp amber or
OM later than October 10th. Rat of freight ftrrangod foe.
auM
T. LINEUAN A AlO.
HO LTER MANN'S
I
I1REPARKD FROM THE RECIPE OF Alt
eaaiaeikt fbyttriaa of liftr Fear k iH-f, ftand en-'
rivaled aea .. '
... . i . i : 'I . "i I i 1
Safe & reliable household medicine '
Msy be given to the youngest Infant or the root aged ad art ( 4
, . ...
WITH PERFECT SAFETY J t
For Aathna, CJda, Brenrhitw, Pale la the tteaet, Dy
eotery, D4arrawa. Fyaeaie, acarlatiaa, Teiithaefo,
' ; , Headache, Fevers, PrpwssijB, ' t , ' , ,
. . ladJgetUua, A kt.4. ., .
HOLTIKMIWS LIFE DEOPS will e Ui aa 1
r . Iae.rflate S4 Prrftakl BfkTJfaf, '
s
' A
I 11
For INFANTILE COMPLAINTS.
Especially during the CrlUoai period of TEETllIMttV
The Life' Drop arc Sara'oaai fcy no Modlolno. "
IN EXISTENCE.', ,' "
'! 1 I
t7 Persons Residing or Trsvellnr In the IiUwtae ahusikl ' a
ever be without a rupply of the LIKE I'R'T?, whlt-h lo .
eaaer ot MTremttr invarUM prun I Teas Friend In
IN reel. ."I" '
A. MeWATNE.
ectlAtl . '. ' 'AgeirtBir IKHrata.' ,
"POirSALE duTliEASE !
OR A TERM F THREE TEA RB TFrOtta ,
sy denmhte Prveaier Hoated eo 1 lliha Bcreel, wttldrt '
ten ealoab- walk of the Poet Office. Th hooa le err! uitixt " '
for a faaally, aoj eontalB a Parlor, foar gnnd FeAronm. on '""
extra sarget IHrtw Houeji nun nrrgw fitting Vonaj and Kttaej
attached to th aaaia Italldlngi 1 Tie rverandaa are wide and
roomy. Oovrrnmeut water is bud oa la the EilebM and Balk
Room, and there ar three tape la the lot, and be all th sieo. j
rotary o boJIdlng. The lot eootalnt about Lair en Acre. and. .
there I tmi enough for one bom the year rouod. t ituth'v 4 '
parumnra enqmix W . -ii.fl
tan ww. euuwovfit kvaaliuaikae rtreek,

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