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1 V 5 O M .M CI PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A D V R t 1 S E lt; MAY 5, 1833. Shipping. lm .-Jiutrtistnunts. I FOR SAN FRANCISCO I 8. M. CAIiTKB. 8. F. UURiV. TIIE Al OERUAX vi:k 25 C. R. Bishop, II. WOLTER3 MASTER. j;Will Have Quick Dispatch for thz Above -v' Port. For Fnltfbt or Paa.j apply t- H. Hackfelcl & Co., FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ' ! S. M. CARTER & CO., j 88 KING STREtT, - - IIOXOLl'LC. .1. I. Retail IrAlrR in Fire Wood, G. WITH IMMEDIATE DISPATCH THE FINE BRITISII SHIP M&Z " Janet Court," isaachsEX, mast Eli. Davlis the greater part hrr Car nja?f J. will Uave earlj for the ikre Part. For Freight or ruure arply to C. W. Macfarlane & Co., aprts Agent. For Hongkong Direct. THE Al OEBMAN STEAMS3 II" Ehrenf els, A. FISCHER. COM MANT)EB, Will Sail for Abcve Port on May 7. For Freight or raw.ee apply to II. II ACKFKI.O i CO.. igralt. , Macfarlaie Offer for Sale, the Cargoes of the Ships " ABERAMAIM " and " JANET COURT." Recently arrived from Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively. Also to arrive the Cargoes of the Coal and Feed. Co. J "1TTE WOCLD NOTIFY TIIE PUBLIC. AND HOUPE II Keepers in Particular, that we keep on hand and wrtl fie;- to notiiy the I'ublio that tlioy HAVK OW ON HANI) AND TO A lilt H British Steamship " Abergeldie " From London, due May 1st. The British Ship " Shandon " From Glasgow, due July 1st. And the British Barque " Isle of Andesea From Liverpool, due August 1st. ik'l ratjil Wel.ing-.ou Miau rvi aitura Bay Coal ; Also. lilacka aith'a Coal. The atore cau be or If red by t--it phone or otherwise, and Imme. iite UeliTcry guaranteed. GIVE TJK A. CALIj ! Tklephoxe No. 305. Fresh Lot of Groceries, li o t It . V in rienn xiikI 15 n i o p s Which will compare roraVy vita :hr k ot A' houc in town, au.l which Will Be Sold at a Reasonable Price ! OTTIt Raisins, Almonds, Walnuts, Candied Peel and Assorted Extracts, 91 Comprising one of the largest nd finest selections of Goods and Merchandise ever imported to Honolulu, and which will be offered to ths Trade. Town and Country Store-keepers, and buyers generally, at exception tlly favorable terms; as follows Just received a large assortment of DRY GOODS mchll wit. For Ilongkonqr, ?liitin. ! THE IIRITJWMf " -GnfTl 5th, 18S:J. ae may be aecured in advance by appli cation to iWm. C. IRWIN & CO., aprU wtJ. Agent,. Consisting ef line White Cottons, a nice assortment of fine Trims (small figure), a beautiful line of Belfast Muslins, in patterns of the very latest designs, never before imported here. A small line of fine Cambre Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs .in coloreH tn borders, for ladies and gentlemen's use. A smnll lot of plain and fa- :ottu nu .ngnsn l weeds, o! stylish pat iif Kuthes : Frilling. T.arps m..l Artificial T'l- --"Si Linmcr and Trimmings for Tailors' use: a very attractive lot of Woolen large assortment of Velvet mv1 de ; a small lot cf Woolen and Cotton Hoisery ; a small Invoice of Check nd Tartan variety : 9 -1J-'I'umery ,n lrge variety. Brushes, Combs, &c , and a small Invoice of Marcus War.l & Co.'s superior Sta , including a few of their beautiful illuminated Albums, in Russia and Morocco. We Also Keep In Stock California an J New Zealand ; Barley, WUole and (irouud ; Vhoat, Corn Vlil. aii'l Crackt-d ; Bran. MiM!inr . anl oth r Fe. d Order theabuve rlirnuti Telephone No. 305, AuJ we rraut (jun-k delivery, ami fail weight. Orders f:xm the other Islsnls snlitil. .oil :-T 1 1 1 TT'T-,'- -r-Zr' 1 V 1 1 1 1 " rtl'eot. C3" And Trleidione N... 3;C. i:pi2S d-w Sill. f -1 rr I TIME TABLE Idr"C3-. IVInator. Steamer Likehke will leave Honolulu each Tuesdav at 4 r. J-, tonchinir at Lahaina, Maalaea Kay, Makena, ila hnkona. iawaibae. Lapahohoe and Hilo Itctarning will touch at all the above ports arriving at Honolulu each Sunday a. u. njlllE MKEL1KG WILL. LKlVE II KR 1 WflAKK at 4 t. M.. and NO Freipht will be received aiter 3 T. u. Dae notice irtven of tbt mle, and it will b carnml ont (mvll WILDER ti CO. PACIFIC 3IA1L STEA3ISIIIP C03IPAXY. TIIE SPLENDID IKON STEAMSHIP llli CITY OF TOKIO, 5,07'J TONS, J. M1URAT. Comminilfr, Will aail for SAN FRANCISCO in thf Winriiu:j of MAY. Pa.ienger will plcaso call at the ofllc of mr20td H. HACKFELD & CO.. Agents. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COfflPAM For lnn Francisct. TMR 8PI.ENUID aTtAMglllf CITY OF NEW YOKK. SEARL.K. C.Hal.r, Will LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO ON OR ABOUT HAY 7 FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND, TUB SPLENDID STEAMSHIP AUSTRALIA) CARGILL, Caaanaaaider. WILL LEAVE FOE TIIE COLOMES ON OR ABOUT MAY 13. for Frlht and P(re, apply to 1 II. IIACKf F.LD Co- r-o'-l.r Shlp-r-t S.ra.rr r. .w Sl.re-. Fre. Ch-r. he Fire-pr..l Varcliav mrr tfce Strmmmrr Whuff, mar HICRS. n. H ArsrSLD CO. are niw prepareJ t- U- KKTURM TICEKT-H boeeo llopo'nla ani !an Fran dace tor $125 the rooni trip. Oceanic Steamship Com'y. j TUB .l IRON STEAMER SUEZ! Will Ifift Sa-i I'raarUco far Hn3!aln the 9th Day ; r Eul Ia!'j, fftornlax from Uonalala on the tii Dat ( Earh Month. SAN rKAIICISCO AGENTS, Jno. D. Spreckels k Bros. 327 Market Street. HONOIaUXTJ AGENTS, "Win. G. Irwin &. Co. Ik IT For Europe via New York tationery, SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, AND WHIPS. Rolls English Kehing , 4, 6, 8 and 10 inch. Bdls. Best Knglisli Annealed and Galvanized Fence Wire Xos. 4, 5 and 6. Ca?es. Smith & McLem'g celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported here, G, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths 24 guage. Attention of consumers of this article is called to this particular brand, which never warps, cracks, or peals off, from the action of sun, end atmosphere. Casks, Best English, Portland, German and Rosendale Cement. Bales blue stripe, twilled, and pltin, Sugar Bigs, 500 to a Bale; the genuine article. Bales heavy twilled Coal Bags, best Scotch make Bales 3, 4. and 5-ply. Seaming and Roping Twine. Scotch Fire Brick, square and arch. Fire Clay Boxes Blue Mottled Soap. 1,000 TONS BEST SCOTCH SPLINT COAL, The best and most economical for Plantations, Steamers and general use; is clean and lumpy, consequently, no waste; gives very little smoke and soot, burns well away, and does not clinker and burn up grate-bars; and produces 25 per cent, more steam than any other Bituminous Coal. 150 TONS BEST WELSH COAL, ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR RANGES AND COOKING STOVES. A small lot of Anvils and Vices, for bl?cksmiths' use. Bar Iron, a good assortment; also Bars Steel. Best Wool Burlaps, 42-inch, in 40-yard pieces. A few casks Assorted Glassware, comprising Glass Dishes, Bowls, Goblets, Tumblers, Sherries. Hocks, Ports, Clarets, Cham pagnes Decanters. Dishes, Lamps and other articles required by housekeepers. A full assortment of Granite-ware, comprising Dinner-sets. Ewers and Basins, Bowls, Dishes, Cups and Saucers, Plates and many other articles in this line. A few superior PIANOS, V In cotta-re style, from the leading Berlin makers, which will be offered on very favorable terms. An inspection and trial of these t tractive Pianos is invited. Three Cases of mi especial make of stocks and Dies, the most complete thing of the kind for plantation use. Belt-lacings, Galvanized Buckets, 10. 12, and 14-inch. Nests Galvanized Tubs. Galvanized Piping. The Finest Brands of Alest Wines and Spirits in Usual Variety. ALSO THE FOLLOWING ; SUGAR MACHINERY of MIRRLEES, WATSON & CO.'S Unequalled make, the superiority of which is acknowledged by all Hawaiian Planters and Manufacturers in Cuba, Brazil, Manila, Queensland, Fiji xu other angar-pro-lucing rountriei. thronsliont tha world. This firm has attained pre-eminently first rank in Great Britain and Europe, for their splendid manufacture of Sugar Machinery, And their leading and liurmom business testifies to the universal popularity of their make. Elaborate plans, secificatiuns and detailed lists to facilitate erection, accompany each lt of machinery, and as every article is erected and fitted in the works at Glasgow before shipment, we can guarantee perfect machinery to an intending purchaser, thus avoiding delay in erecting, and a bill for extras, which, in many cases, amounts to nearly 50 per cent, of the co.t of original articles. Our shipment of machinery consists of 5 500-Gallon Steam Clarifiers ; 1 Sugar Mill, X4cc48, 1 Sugar Mill. 2t5x34. of moat improved construction, having open sidegap lieadstocks, for the easy removal of side rollers, and patent trash turner with spare fet of pinion, all of tonghened cast-iron ; also iowerful double spur-gearing, on massive iron bed-plate, spare pinion and segment for 1st and 2nd motion wheel ; also iron work for cane-carrier, with driving aud traveling chain complete ; 2 Weston's Patent 30-inch Centrifugals and iron framing Centrifugals, With mixer, stirrer and driving gear, with 1 Diagonal Steam Engine 9-inch cylinder, 18-inch stroke ; 1 Cast-iron Vacuum Tan 6x7 feet, with complete set of mountings and u-ual spares ; 1 Horizontal Vacuum Pumping Engine, 12-inch cylinder, 12-inch stroke, working an improved Double-acting Vacuum Pump 14-inch diameter, 12-inch stroke, fitted with feed pumps, and adapted for driving Centrifugals ; 2 1000-gallon Syrup lieceiving Tanks ; 1 Wrougbt-iron Hot water Tank. 4 ft. diameter, 5 ft. deep. 1 Wrought-iron Chimnev. Co feet high, 37 inches in diameter, with cast-iron base-plate, and wrought-iron guy chains ; I Mnlti-tubular fcteam Boiler, 10 feet long, 6 feet wide, having 121 3U-inch dia. tubes, shell of boiler of best lioiler plate tube-plates each in one piece of steel ; loiler fitted with a C, I. steam dome, ana complete mountings : 1 Triple Effect and 1 Double Effect Will lie shipped from Glasgow this month description will be given In later advertisement. Also the lollowmg articles ot RAILWAY AND PORTABLE TRAMWAY AXD CANE CARS OF Jolm Fowler & Co.'s Celebrated Manufacture and Patent, A System of Transporting Cane to the Mills, Tbat has revolutionized, and doue away with all former methods of Mipplying Sugar Mills, which effects a savins of nearly CO percent. OB animals and carte. Only six miles of this Tramway and a few Cars and Locomotives on Spreckelsville Plantation, Maui, moved from the fields M tbe mill, over l.W,0i0 Tons of Cane, last year, (producing nearly 10,000 Tons of Riisar), with hardly any wear and tear on the Plants. ThU system now being adopted by 01A PLATlTIO, ALEXANDER K BtLDWIX, IIAlRf ISO. , FIFEII, PAIIALA, OLOWALl will no doubt shortly be adopted by every estate, ou the Islands, not having flumes, with which to transport their canes. MESSRS. FOULER k CO., hue Sold Miles of PORTABLE TRAMWAY t Hundreds of CAVE f IR. and a larpe nnmber of LOCOMOTIVES to SICAR PLASTERS THROUGHOUT Queensland, and Cuba, With orders at their immense Works for nearly 2 years ahead, which affords proof of the great advantage of their system, and its economy, over all other meant of transporting canes, the following articles are to hand and to arrive, viz. : I PATEXT 5 JMXCH LOCOMOTIVE E(.IE; 4 WHEELED, COITLFD FiTTED WITH COPPER; Fire Bex and brass tabes, feed pniups. injector. Sand Boxes nd gear, chimnev and spark arrester, brake gear, awning. &c, c. complete, with extras 2016. 20 ft. straight single rails, rnnched for fish bolts: 2100 Pairs Steel fish-plates ;4S0O Bolts and Nnts : 5400 Dog Spikes; 50 Sugar Cane Wagons, fitted with 14 inch chilled wheels, steel axles, ftc. complete. 5 Miles Portable Tramway 24 in. Buarge, 14 lbs Kails, with patent corrugated double and single sleepers, aad clutch Bolt, Nuts and Washers, complete. 4 Miles permanent line, 18 lbs Kail witn nsn-plates and dog-spikes throughout. 3 Right-hand Crossings,... 24-inch gnage, 14 lb. rail. 68 ft. radius a Three.way NOTICE. 4 Weston s patent 30-inch mHt-L'SDERSIGSED LOST OS OR W'.ol TTHK I l:ith of leeenibor last, a Driifi. n ie.il'er 234. drawn iu his favor on T. H. Msvies it Co.. f r the mm of Fifty Dollars V0 All persons are cautioned against receiving or negotiating the same, t pavnient has been topped. ' All I. EE. apr 25 w2w. Copartnership Notice. YyE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVK THIS DAY EX t TEKED into Copaituei ship, for the transaction cf business under the firm name and sty of AlIAIIl'I KALiKFA OF HEbt.M. Place of business at Ka haluu. Kona Akau, Hawaii. William Johnson, l'resi.tent Kainaliu I) Namauu. Treasurer...... Kabalmi J Kahoopaa, Secretary " 3 L Palapala... 8 Kametui...... I. W Ilea Naluahine John Robert... Joseph I....... Kalaikuiha.... .Kahaluu Joint Maksinai Keauhou ' ll.ui Makainai " ilnvid Pinions. ..Kapalaalaea " II Kai noawahine " " J Kainoawahinc. " ' 'Adam Peahi I.aaloa " Uack Peahi I Ksau Wahineaea Puhipuhi P Kekuni Kealohanoi lokapaka... H Makaiiuii w. . . K Makainni w.... Kaucwa. " TKaikai " S Kanakaole " ;Manuunuu " " Kcliikaapuuihomia.. .Eailua . . " D Lounkai Kanpulehu .Keauhou Mosen Makuakane. .Kahnlui Hosoluli', April 23, 1S84. ap r28 w3t. LYCAN & JOHNSON, IMPORTERS AXD GENERAL DEALERS K PIANOS, ORGANS, And all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, Sole Agents for Mathashek, Weber and Chickerin ; Pianos. Standard and Family Organs. Cunard laine ESTABLISHED 1840. U Rieht-hand " 4 ...................... k l,s 4i Three-wav " "13 Left-hand " 20-Inch 14 50 Standard Sugar-cane Waeona, 24-lnrh guaiie. all with side-lever brakes 24 m 3 Left-hand Crossings. G 2 Three-way " 4 Left-hand " 2 Right-band " 1 Three-way " .24-inch guage. 14 lb. Rails, 60 ft. radius " " ' 24 .20-inch IS 14 ' 14 CO 7$ Yards fiirvfs, 20-inch Caagf, 14 lbs. ii BOGIE SICAR Ci.E W1G0XS With brakes on both bofries (side levels. LOT OF RAILWAY TOOLS AXD SPARES, ! r nri, . 1 VV0 DaliinGS CVciry VW CtrlV : cons-atingof Kecentrio Ton. Rail Benders, Screw Keys. St.-el Crowbar. Hand Hammers. Striking Hammers, Picks and SuafU, Rpadea, Spate Clutch Pelts, Tool Boxes, without. Aaa rf HmnA Tnld FOR LIVERPOOL: FROM XEW YORK. EVERY WEDXESIUK FROM BflSTOY EVERY SATIRDIY RATES OF PASSAGE: 4; 4 81V SO am. I SlOO Cl.1 4crordio( to AecommaiaM.. RETl'RX TICKETS OY FAVORABLE TERMS. ITCKKAGK i C-1 R R K C lottond acomiavUiioo eaa always bw tccarpl u ap!iciioo WII.LIA113. DIMOXD k CO . JASJAirXAXDKR. TraocUeo. fM State !tre. Booo. VKRSON II. BKOWS CO.. 4 Bwlio Crem, New York LOT OF WAG0X DIPLICATES. Coc.:ur .f Wheels and Axle 241u. gnat'e. Single Wheels, Axle Boxs complete, with lid and keep. Extra Lids, Keeps and Buhes, Spiral Springs, Spring Stud?, Sponges, Draw ( hair. A s-fd Bolts. Nnts, and Rivets I 10 HORSE-POWER STEAM PLOW. COMPLETE, To arrive in July next. TIIE CARGO OF THE STEAMSHIP " ABERGELDIE," Was wlected with fiieat care by our London Agent, under the direct supervision ol a member of onr Firm, and censist of a beautiful line of Goods, not hitherto imported here, tbe detailing of which, we have not apace lor in this advertisement, but which will be made the subject matter of a special advertisement next week, and on the arrival of the Abergeldie." Circulars giving a foil list and description of the Goods will be sent to our Customers, heads of families and the lalies of Honoluln. The Cargoes of the SHIPS "SHAXDOX" AXD " ISLE OF AXGLESEA,' Will also be given in later alvrtisemenU : they embrace a full line of General Merchandise, especially suited to the wants of onr Island Trade. Also constantly on hand bhla and boxes crushed, sranulated. powdered, yellow C I Sugar. Royal Baking Powder. XXX Flour, Hawaiian Bice. Cala. Hay. Bran, Oata, Barley, etc.. etc. Notice to Paasencm iron Aaatralia. New Zealand and Huno ola TO Canar Lia affwJe more in.n o.oal Ncilitira to tareaca paae-rr from TrJM-Pacidc Prt. the frequency cf Ha eaUinfS pri-lr.f all poaxibiUty of dlay In N rk rr tk4 Accoeudatioos a:ry r--r-.t -.- VERSUS II. BRDWS CO.. 4 Howiins Green. e lorh. aaari fc3T A iery laee assortment of tine white ambroiJerie at figures nerer offered tf.ire. at Csa. J. Fisbkl's porrxAB stoee. f We preectit tj tlic ailmircis of tin; bc.uiilul, a very limited list of articles in iliut line, with prices to aid them in 111 ikin rtiit-ctiuns : Steel EngravingH, (nun 10 s 24 ki 24 x 3G in size, varying in p.riije from ,2 to .$35 each. Water Colors. 14 x 20 l 22 x 30 ihcIh h, worth from $22 50 to 75. Autotypes, 10 x 1G to 22 x 28 inc'ien ; prices from $1.50 to $3 50. Prang's Chrouios. 10 x 14 i 20 x 40 inches, worth from $3 la $50. Oil Paintings, 12 x 10 to 22 x 23 inches, worth from $30 to $100. American Chromoe, 22 x 2S inches, worth Irom $2.50 to 4 each. M.iet of the above prices include frames. Sub ject and particulars given on application. We ha?e in Japanese goods. Plaques " Claiesoni," from 8 to 14 inches in diam eter, from $5 to $15 each. Bronze Vases, 12 inches high, worth $35. Folding Screens, silk embroidered on satin, from 4 to 6 (ect high, lour panels on each, prices from $40 to $65. Panels, painted and embroidered, many sizes, varying in price from $3.50 to $25 each. Fans, worth from 50 cents per dozen to $8 each. Walnut Side and Corner Brackets, 1 to 3 shelves, one hundred different styles, from 35 cents to $12 each. Koa and other native wood brackets, varying in price from $1.75 to $20 each. Ebony Brackets, Towel Backs. Hat Backs, and Cherry Brackets, worth from 50 cents to $15 each. Statuary Rodger's Groups, from $3 to $15 each. BuBts Plaster and Marble, 8 to 18 inches high, from $2 to $25 each. Flower Pots, Flower Vases, and Mautle Sets, from 50 cents to $100 per pair. Albums, from 75 cents to $40 each. Bouquet Tables, from $2 t $50 e;ic!i. Picture Frames, from 13 cents to $18. Regular sizes always in stock ; and we make n spec ialty of manufacturing frames of all sizes and prices, as we carry an immense etock of moulding, and will send samples on applica tion. We arc sure to please. Window Poles and Rings, walnut or ebony, 5 feet and 11 feet, from $4 to $8 each, ready to put up, 12 and 24 rings ; and we manufac ture Window Cornices, Lambrequins, &c, to suit any room, from the cottage to the palace; and will be ghid to make cstimitos for furnishing all necessaries for windows. Dolls, from 5 cents to $10 each. Boy's Tool Chests, from 50 cents to $15 ; and all kinds of toys. Sewing Machines, from $25 to $50 each. Pianos, from $250 to $1,000 ; Organs, from J 50 to $200 ; Guitars, from ?5 to 8100; Vio lins, from S5 to 25 ; Aecordeons, from S2.25to$10; Flutes. Trom $2.50 to 25; Bass Drums, from S25 to 40 ; Tenor Drums, from 10 to 25 ; Banjos, from 7 to 20 ; Music Boxes, playing Irom 1 to 10 airs, from 2 to 90 each; Fires, from 1 50 to 3.50; Harmonicas, Zithirs, Music Racks, fcc. We make a specialty of keeping the very best Btringa for Pinos, Zithirs, Guitars, Violins, Cellos and Banjos. Music Books and Sheet Music while we don't keep a 'ull list of sheet mui-ic, we do carry a large stock, and will he plen-ed to order any thing that is wanted, if not in stock, and at publishers' prices. In the Furniture Line we have Bedroom Sets from j 40 to $175: and lirlor Sets from 85 to $200. Odd pieces for the parlor varying in price from $8 to $90. Rattan Furniture of all kinds, and chairs from 75 cents to $5 each we carry a very large stock and make cheap and medium chairs one of our special lines. We will always be glad to answer all enquiries in regard to anything that may be desired, whether in our line or not, and will endeavor to give entire t-atisfaction. We are, very respectfully, LYCAN & JOHNSON. apr!4 wtf. 105 and 107 Fort Street. ..Mil-:- Island Onlers Solicited. All Orileri will Receive o n Pcro-s'.il Attentt.ou. il r9 tf WILLI A PI S lvr- '. l-il j3sroTi3:Eie Loo? those Superior H)emtne S (Lang Pianos J ust Arrived, per T3. (j. jVlui'iiv. AND "NT rk 'XXT Ci "NT 1 "SZ T-T T 1 T T r TCr v ' y y .JL. m a "w. a.a. a . a r a 1 v f L, .vrr Tiir. Pioneer furniture Ware-rooms. Parties wishing to secure a GOOD PIANO will do well to call and examine these Magnificent Instruments before purchasing elsewhere. THE USUAL Xim.GES ASSORTMENT OK". Furniture, Upholstery and Musical Instruments CONSTANTLY ON HANI). C. E. WILLIAMS, 107 1-2 and 111 Fort street, and 66 Hotel street. Telephone and Night Alarm, No. 7(j. Honolulu, II. . E3 "El-fu7W "FT r?Lvv vrm WOULD UKSPECTrULLY ANNOUNCE TO 1ILS I'UIKXDS AND TIIK OKNli rul public that lie has opiiK- a Svy Stove & House Fiirnisliing Hardware Store IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK, 0 Opposite S. G. Wilder & Co.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st, WITH A FULL LIItfE. OF1 STOVES, ec, Goods per " Discovery " from San Francisco, from New York : and also from Liverpool per " Oberon." By the 'Discovery 1 1 have received the following Stoves & Ranges 'Hawaii,' 6 Aloha' and tfOahu' Ranges AND THE WELL-KNOWN HTCHMOND R .2STGr3U ! BuUt to Stand Hard Worlt. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use Large Assortment ol use ITuraisiiiz!! G, Sec, Sic, Well Casing and Hydi-aulic l?ire mauc tv uiuci, o.uu num. ui o. iu mv i,ine promptly attended to P. O. BOX 294. ( ju24 Perfectly Fresh and Imported Expressly for the HOLIDAYS ! An. I rurchari will flnl il l. the r A !T N T A tl K lu iU-hI .lh , We Gruaiantee livery Viticle I Our Stre li a jat li-m raimxl ami Kcrifvtt. ami evrry attentinn girfii to lh' want ami cumlorla of our Cuatomfra. W hn- a lirf i4!- tt f ?iii.-n whirli in?uren prompt itfnlif) anl ili. very I' fnri l have ali e-urrd tha SOLE A.QE."N"CY Op ROBERTS' CEXEBRATSD CANDIES ! Viicl n. l-'Eundred. Otliei Varieties WK HAVK NOW OX HAM) 4 M KXI'KC'T PER STEAMER SUEZ, IDTXE DEC. 13, '82, A I.AKGK AjSOIiTMKVT UK Fancy Candy Boxes and Jclorns of Plenty ! suitauli: For the Christmas and New Year Holidays. t 1 i ( I, i V 1 v i y u 1: in V i i li t ii X r I l ; i i 1 !:,t i4 r1 V. T - 'S"L?l-'t.arli','','','