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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, t DEC EMBER 30, 1686.
fciiii CoiiiiErcicl Ai serial
IS PUBLISHED
tVl I1 MORNING.
TEBJIS OF MlltMKIPTIO.V,
MIX lUOiltlix ,
frVr uiiititti..
.i
50,
AdvKucc.
CoiLiiuuriic-tuiuri.-i from ail parts of Hit- Kingdom
wlilalty, be very ttcctpta'jle.
Perseus raiding in L.y ii-rt of iiic I'nlteO Sue.
CRD re Oil l the amount of v.ib- r:ption due by Pout
Ufllce money order.
AJtu-r Intended for pulji.'.-mii.ii in the editorial
Columns s!mu11 be a!.lrfi.s.-d to
E.'.iroK HaUHC 'CMM KKC1AL AbVfKTISiK.
iSoaliiejiB coriinjujilratioiiM and udverti-iefDcUts
nould be addressed niaiply
' P. C. AbVKHTlSKK,
ABd Dot to Indi vkluaU.
THE
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Ji uo for sale vaily hi tl.- I tilcw it J Jtc f i ;
J. H. SiOPER
CRYSTAL SODA
T. (i. THRUM ....
XercLan l street
WORKS Hotel street
-. ....Fort street
Five Cent it Wpy.
THURSDAY
December ."iOth.
TERMS OF THE LOAN.'
We Iiave no wi.-h or desire to keep ur.
a profitless discussion regarding the
terms upon which the two million loan
has been placed in London. The joint
at issue can be satisfactorily bet at rest
by publishing all the documents relating
to the loan. Meanwhile we abide by tin
position we took in our article of Tues
day last when discussing the oints
raised by our morning contemjxjrary,
there being no statement of fact in the
lengthy communication which apreared
in the "Herald" yesterday by way of re
joinder to call for comment. It does
not in the least degree answer the
specific allegations which we male,
but inferentially admits their truth.
When any responsible agent of the Lon
don syndicate comes out in defense or
explanation we tdiall bo prepared to
deal with him as the necessities of the
case may require. Meanwhile our posi
tion is not in the least degree weakened,
and for a very good and sulficient reason
it cannot be.
gres;e
a state of
pe..f..e can remain in
crystallization from irenera-
tion to generation. The IJngUsh of
."-hakespeare vr Chaucer will no more
in -et the exigencies of the nineteenth
century than would the Hawaii in of the
das of Kamehuiiieha I. N-jw ileas
necessarily demand an extended vocabu
lary, and tin's i-s derived from two dis
tinct sources. Terms relating to
changing soc.'al usages spring up
colloquially; ".hose which are the!
outcome of new discoveries, new '.
development of social or experi- ;
mental science, ;ire generally in more '
scholarly hands. It is of the former :
clas that tin- trie . arice hold- e.od, and '
since the innovation are .-p: -ntaneous '
and in voluntary, originating no one '
knows where, it is not ea-y to define, an '
e;fectual remedy. Educational pnvre..-, j
if directed with this special object, w ill j
exeit an indirect influence to this end. I
OX THE PLATFORM.
iatavlisemcnls.
? f
HOW TO MAKE CERTAIN THE SUC
CESS OF A LECTURE.
The Audience Kooni A Good Thing Is
Improved by Blng Enjoyed in a Good
Placi To "Work Up" an Audience
Otber Item.
CHRISTMAS
1 llJLjKJJ
i V I .k
1X1 XkJ.
-AT-
Audience nl tne l'alaee.
Yesterday forenoon His .Majesty the
Kin? gave audience at Io'ani 1'alace to
F. A. Scliaeier. E- j., Consul for Italy;
Cajitain Luis A. (joni, of the Chilean
man-of-war Pileomayo, Commander Yal
enscelo, Lieutenants A. Cuveas, E. F.
Garin, Juan Williams. A. 1. E-pin.r-a
and Mid -l.ipmaa .luan ',. Filippi, olli
cers of tiie vessel, ii'is Excellency Hon.
Walter M. (iii.-on, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, introduced F. A. Schaefer, Fsq.,
who in turn presented Captain Goni and
hi3 otfic-ers to the King. Captain Goni
expressed his appreciation of the dis
tinguished honor conferred ujKm him
self and his officers, to which the King
replied in a suitable manner. His Maj
estv was attended bv Hon. A. S. C leg
horn, His Excellency Hon. Walter M.
Gibson, His Excellency the Hon. Curtis
P. Iaukea, His Majesty's Chamberlain ;
Cajitain Samuel NowMn, (2ll;irterina.-ter
General of the Forces, and Majors A. B.
IIaley, Samuel Parker, W. H. Corn-
well and W. 1. Lumaheihei of His
Majesty's Staff.
liuitrht ol ly tM us.
At the regular meeting of Uahu Lodge
No. l,Knight j of Pythias, held last even
ing, ttie following oiheers were elected:
C. T. Hoyt, P. C. ; C. II. Clark, C. C. ;
C. W. Hart, Prelate; J. C. White, K. of
li. and S.; S. Dwigiit, M. of F. ; J. A.
Kodenat, M. of E. ; J. Markham, M. at
A.; I). Dayton, P. C. ; George Lucas, P.
C, and C. J. McCarthy, P. C, Trustees.
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2.
following officers were elected at
The
Lodge No.
THE NEW POLICE JUSTICE.
The appointment of Mr. David Day
ton, to succeed Mr. Eickerton as Police
Justice, in announced in our "By Au
thority" column. This apj)ointment was
a surprise to not a few, who did not ex
pect the official lightning to strike in
that quarter. Naturally enough the sur
prise is accompanied by a measure of
disappointment, but what the general
public is concejned to know is whether
this lias been a judicious exercise of
the gupxinting yower by His Excel
lency the Governor of Oahu. We are
inclined to think that it will turn out to
te an excellent selection. It is quite
true that Mr. Dayton was not "bred to
the law," but he has had long and
varied exerierice, as Deputy Marshal,
in the conduct of criminal cases
in the Police Court, and he is well
verced in legal forms and procedure. In
short, his long training, virtually a
prosecuting attorney of the Police Court,
should qualify him for the discharge of
the dutie.-j of Police Justice in a way to
ma t acceptance with the bar and pub
lie. There is little fear of a miscarriage
of justice in his hands. Having said
this in deference to the criticism w e have
heard upon the appointment, we shall
conclude by congratulating Mr. Dayton
upon his promotion, confident that his
career upon the bench will most Effect
ually vindicate the wisdom of hie appointment.
a meeting of Mystic
Knights of Pythias, held last evening:
Geo. C. Stratemeyer, P. C. ; 11. Fuller,
C. C. ; A. Gartenberg, V. C. ; Frank
Gertz, Prelate; J. H. Iovejoy, M. of E.;
F. Waldron, M. of F. ; J. Kothwell, K.
of li. ami S. ; L. Touisant, M. at A. ; J.
A. Mehrtens, Z. K. Meyers and M.
Grossman, Trustees.
TJio l'ncifie aviH(ion Co. J'ire.
The award of the appraisers having
been accepted by Mr. A. F. Cooke, on
behalf of the Pacific Navigation Com
pany, as aheady stated, the amounts
have now been paid over by the agents
of the insurance companies Messrs.
Bishop 4t Co. for the Liverpol, London
and Globe, and Mr. A. J. Cartwright for
the Imperial, each paying $1,315 8S.
The inventory of the damages amounted
to $181 70, and five bids were received
for the contract for repairs to the build
ing, namely: Geo. Lucas, $1,G.3; E.
P.. Thomas, $1,130; Smith & Mills,
$sV0; G. W. Lincoln, $751); II. I Ur tie
man, t'50, the latter 1-eing the success
ful tetiderer. The total amount of dam
age for which compensation was re
ceived was thus .fi'.&Jl 7J.
Islaiiu ltd tier.
There is no better butter on the Isl
ands than that manufactured at the
Ahuimanti llaiich by Mr. Henry Mac
farlane. Yesterday that gentleman had
on exhibition at his store, Kaahumanu
street, eighteen two-pound rolls of this
tine butter. It was much admired for
the neat way it w as packed, and it tasted
A 1. Beginning with the new year, this
butter will 1h delivered once a week
throughout the city in quantities to suit.
CORRUPTIONS OF THE LANGUAGE.
An American paper laments over the
numerous inelegant innovations con
stantly introduced into the English
language. Having their origin among
the masses in the shape of slang terms,
they gradually find their way into the
newspapers, and some of them even
into the less evanescent literature. Dif
ferent peculiarities are grafted in differ
ent localities, forming local dialects, and
the fear is hinted at that before the Uto
pia of a universal English language is
realized, it will of itself Itav be
come disintegrated into a babel of
tongues almost as diverse as those
already existing. It cannot be
denied that there are good grounds for
complaint. Our modes of expression are
fast deteriorating among a large class.
But that there is any good reason for the
ultimate apprehension is less clear, for a
counteracting influence is ever at work
and every year becoming more jotent. j
Provincialisms, as they were originally i
called, have less congenial soil for their j
propagation to-day than at any time in j
tue past, for the several populations
among which they are generated are
constantly intermingling, so that the cor
ruptions daily growing u are to a great
extent auia'gamated. It is a patent
fact that the language of ni prj-
Oilifin a'ln.
On Tuesday morning, at 11 o'chxk,
Captain Luis A. Goni of the Chilean
corvette Pile mayo, accompanied by Mr.
F. A. Schaefer, Consul for Italy, called
upon His Excellency Hon. C. P. Iaukea,
Governor of Oahu. After a very pleas
ant interview, they retired and later on
called upon His Excellency Hon. Wal
ter M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Ciritiuia Kiilcrlaiiiuient.
The Christmas entertainment of the
Bethel Fnion Sunday-school will be held
this evening at the Lyceum at 7 o'clock.
Besides the children of the Sunday
school, their parents and friends are
cordially invited to be present.
) Out of some years of experience I ven-
ture a few suggestions that if followed
! will enable the hearers to get all the light
and enjoyment contained iu any public ad
dress, and that every time.
One thing even the most careless will
see The addresa that is a signal success
i to-tiight can not 1 a failure to morrow
! night if the condition, the unrounding
the same. Halls, churches, audiences,
expectations change: the language of the
lecture does not materially change, and
only as he is chilled by empty seats and
the shivers of a cold stove, or opposed by
the echoes, will his delivery change. If it
be clear, charming, thorou-h!red to-night,
to-morrow night on a platform as cosy and
before as many people, it w ill not be cold
and half-bred.
Having secured a speaker, you will be
lieve will please the people, of course you
wish to do all you con to help him please.
The first question then is that of an audience-room.
A frequent mistake at this
point is the dream that the larger the
room the more people will attend, the
more money be gained, and the preater
the success every way. Of course you
should know enouph of the temper of your
people to form an idea of the number you
and the speaker together can "draw'for
you can count on the fingers of one hand
the American names that, unaided, will
draw a fair house, and those you must pay
into the hundreds to get.
CHOICE OF A ROOM.
Better choose a room a little pinched
than much too large. Overflow the regu
lar seats, fill up the aisles, and you lift
your speaker up to a point whereon, if he
be a mental athlete, he will lift the people.
There is eloquence in a row standing
againat the wall No man ever admires
himself or the audience while speaking to
fifty people and 500 chairs. In the average
town of 1,000 to 2,000 people you do well
when ou get 200 to pay their way to a
lecture; and a small room will seat that
number.
Having determined how small a room
will fit the audience, look for the room
that has the best reputation for ease in
speaking and hearing. Where it is hard
speaking it is hard hearing, and you never
thoroughly liked anything you worked ,
hard to listen to, yet missed parts of it.
Between the hall and the church of
suitable size, etc., always take the church. ;
It Is generally better lighted, seated,
warmed, and ventilated, and Infinitely
cleaner, quieter and more in harmony with
right sentiments, even when fet to the
music of humor. The average hall has a
high naked stage, with wings and curtains
that check the sound of the voice, a bare, ;
dirty floor, hard, soiled seats, dingy walla .
and windows, tobacco on the stove and
the stairs painted with it. Your minstrel
patrons like to go there, but they don't go :
there for the lecture with a moral pur- l
pose and pay their way; and even when !
free they only lounge in and out to the an- 1
noyance of all listeners. Your best, clear- j
minde-d thinkers and workers your men j
and women with whom the good thought '
is seed sown in good ground do not like I
to enter such holes up stairs; food for j
brain and heart does not relish well there.
A good thing is improved by being enjoyed
iu a good place. And the free lecture in
the down-town hall, if it has any delicacy
of wit and sentiment, is ruined by the con- !
stant tramp over bare floors by boys and '
loungers who can not digest a thought in
public. It U a mistake to bid for such
there; they must first be trained in the ,'
schools and by conversational inter- :
course.
TO "WORK UP AX Al'DIEXCt"
When you want to "work up an audi
ence" you say: Well, the way to do it is
to work, at leas when entrance means '
money; and often it requires skill to get a I
good free house. Haviug engaged a ;
speaker begin to build up an interest in ;
him and his theme. Get into your local !
paper a brief sketch of the speaker, or :
anecdotes, etc,, about him, and perhaps
something about the lecture, its age, nutu- ;
ber of times given, etc. Anything in this !
line that has the flavor of a news item ;
your journals commonly will insert with- :
out charge. Then when you ask the peo- !
pie to buy tickets the name is familiar,
and they more readily respond. Keep the
people awake to the coming lecture as an
important event. Speak of it to all you
meet everywhere, except at a funeral.
Good personal talking is the most paying
advertisement. And you may be sure
that the more earnest you are to get an
audience, tee more enthusiastic will peo
ple be to attend.
If it is a lecture chiefly for entertain
ment, nn admission fee should be charged;
and then to get an audience, pay ex
penses, and have somet hing left, you mut
sell tickets in advance, and the further
ahead the better, for the ticket-holder be
comes a friend inviting others to attend.
And don't leave the canvassing to chil
dren; tlit y are easily put off. Send out,
by districts or streets, jour best-known
and esteemed mem tiers those whose
good will everybody likes to share. The
people you want are the thinkiug, read
ing, souls capable of a pleasant evening
at home; and to get them out you must
convince them of something good to
come. Simply the announcement of the
time and place and the deposit of tickets
at Smith's store will not so convince them.
That method may do for a minstrel show,
for the spirits it caters to don't know how
to be happy at home, but are on the watch
for some clownish evening resort. Jamea
Clement Ambro in Inter Ocean.
The Popular Millinery House,
104 art Street
Honolulu.
. S. S-fVCIHES, Proprietor.
3 - .rJi-nMl:
Jnt
Mist G;f
tiove we
ojied, h f;r.e t-e:fcoti.-?i t.f useful arid ornamental ar;iole, suitaMt1 for Chris'
;. TU-entire lot v.iil Le offered a triile nh ive cost pried. In addition to ti e
ulleilVr
i s 1 h a m m r
H E 3 M rr 1 Vi m m i
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS
During the IMiday Season in every department.
Special Holiday Sale,
Ct m iiHuci !i S A T UhT A Y,
! l.ai i.'uit: :
Di com Lor 11, lSsC, for thr. e weeks only, we will offer the fol-
Sutins. ...did Cif.rs and striked, at 35e a yard.
-Mikndo T.jwfcl Tidi.-s in pink. Luff and blue, at -Jo,'.
i.i-ii- liiri 1 n,.s.:. op, n work, in pink, iiv'.it blue and cardi:
.uuuit s c itt-iuist-a, at 40i".
Hlk (il.-vcs. all colors, at 5"c a pair.
C'bihlivji's Giiigharu Diesc-s. at 40c.
Colored Border Handkerchiefs, at 1 a doz. n.
iai, at t0e a pair.
Tlit" abave ric we siiarnutee for the Holiday Settxm Ouly.
XT MR. M Kl.Ms" .irrsMiiMkiesr t-st.-Misliiiif r. t m the premises.
SAN JOSE, CAL, U. S. A.
A CALIFORNIA PRODUCTION.
:o:-
The Fine Exhibit Made at the Fair by
the Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
-:o
QUARTERLY BUSINESS.
J.
Campbell's
(iciK-ral r.uxiiifvH lAgem,
loek, 3Ierc3iat Street, Honolulu.
ESTABLISHED 1879.
I5ooks anJ accounts and c-ollic (ions attt-nded to jiroinj.tly.
l-ell T lf)lioiie 172. I. O. Box S15. 7; Mutual Telpliono 3? .
DUFFY'S
I LAST WEEK
TIIE
Pure
Malt Wfcliv
PANOEAMA
i.
1
ft
V O 11
ledicinal Use.
FUSEL OIL.
Absolutely Pure and Uaaaulteratcd
-OF TIIE-
Volcano
-OF
IN I'SE IN
irulit "
I'n'St iihetl bv
1 HSl i tilt iHH,
Ici tirniarien,
AND
rhysiciuii.s 1' v ery where
rat: oni.v
BY J. TAVEIiXIEK,
Now on Exhibition
One of the nv-st n u-el an 1 unique exhibits of the Mechanic' Fair was that of tlm
Fredericksburg Lier Hsoria C . It w.n in the form of a bower, the roof being formud
of luj vinos, while aro.md the sides were arranged the various packages of the fainout
Frederiok'ltiiv beer. Tnis compi:iy w is th.j pioneer iu tlie iu inufactiire of laer on tht
Coast. Aft.r overcouiing many obstacles they h ive succeede d iu producing an export
Lager IsTot Surpassed
By any oilier made in the United States,
gooda are soid a.- f.ir East as Chicago
A proof of this is neon hi the fact that th-ir
d'-soito Eastern ce.uipetition. How can th v do
this after waving freight ovor 3,0u0 miles of railroad, it mav be aked. In Che firt place
Lops are better and cheaper here than in the Fast; again. California bariey is the best
grown iu the Uiiiied States; but the chief reason is the superior quality of the brew. As
they use only the finest artesian water and the very he.t material, and have all the beat
and latest machinery, they are able to produce an article that
DEFIES COMPKTITION.
Their Export Lager is to perfect that it will ke"j any number of years in any climato,
and is sold largely iu Mexico, Australia, the Islands, H.mth America, and in short
throughout the Western Hemisphere. In three years th"ir output has quadrupled; last
year it amounted to .53.000 barrels, and this year will exc.-d that amount.
Since writiug the above we learn that the Fredericksburg Brewing Oo. was awarded
trie tirst prize, a silver medal,
silver medal, for the " best K
for the best Lport Laer," also the first prize, another
Lager BJer." I Journal of Comuvjree, San Francisco.
CjTIaving been appointad SOLE AGENTS for tha Hawaiian Islands for the above
celebrated Brewing Company, we are now prepared to rill ali orders for tbo trade au l
family consumption at bedrock figures.
FKEETII & PEACOCK,
P. O. BOX 504.
23 Nuuami Street, Honolulu.
f3G9 dcc23ff J BOTH TLLEI'HOXES Xo. 4G.
CN AS. PETERSEN'S SOWS,
llaimfacturers of
Situ f'ran'i), 4 jI..
all kinds of LAINDBY
an.l TOILET
SOAPS.
frS'Get our quotations efore jilaciug your orders.
20hfebl9
Pure Stiiinilaiit
l'or the Sick,
Invalids, Convalescing Patient,
.lKJ People,
WEAK AM) DJCHIMTATED WOMEN.
Awarded FIRST IlltZF. GOLD MEOAL
World's irositiru, New Oileaus, La..
Fir i:xfeil"iii aiI t'urity.
st
AT-
CAilPIJELIS BLOCK,
Quean Street.
B. F. EHLBES & CO.
Are sliowing a fln line l
rUOl'RS. From 1 p. m. to 4 n m., and 7 -r
i- to 1) p, iu.
.Macfarlane & Co.,
Nolo AaealKi
f.3d-wtf
ADMISSION :
General Admission : :
Children : : :
TivKetM for .Sale at .Sopor
tlio Hawaiian Ilolol.
347 clerBtf
50c
25c
RimI at
TToliclay (foods,
-Also, soiin- real-
MESDEN CHINA OKNAMENTS.
U A
AUCTION SALE.
Temple of Fashion.!
(Iixinr. out ontlro siok.
Opening !
PALES Tlinrila'M each week at 10 a. ni.,
and on Saturday each week at 7 p. in., until
January 1, ltss7.
Swearing in the v Jitduet.
Ystenljy morning His Honor Mr.
Justice MiC'iiliy, Yiie Cfiaiuellor of the
Kingdom, administered the oaths of
office to the newly aj-jv -inted Judges, the
Hon. K. F. Liekert.-n and the Hon.
Abraham Fornander, Third and Fourth
Associate Justices resj-ectively.
Anoiiicr Judicial KiiiIniotit.
It is announced "Fy Authority" in
another colunm tl.at Mr. lavil layton,
who has for some years held the position
of iVputy Marshal, has been appointed
l'olice and District Judge for the Dis
trict of Honolulu, as successor to His
Honor Mr. Justice P.ickerton.
Cleveland Millionaires' Residences.
Euclid avenue in Cleveland is lined with
residences of millionaires.
But a few years ago this one was a gToeer,
that a reporter, this an employe in a refining
factory, that a haekman on the str eets, this
a cobbler, that a stone mason, this a petti
fogging lawyer, that a ne'er-do-well, living
from hand to month; to-day every one rich
beyond the dream of boundless avarice, com
petent to purchase sites, the cot of which
would have seemed to them in j-ears gone by
an unattainable price, thereon to erect
houses, residences, mansions, palaces, with
furnishings sump: uous in detail, magnificent
in design, w ith w alls on which are displayed
pictures worth display, with drawing rooms
and parlors fitted with every indication not
alone of extreme wealth, but of tasteall
witnesses to the abundant opportunity af
forded in this great country to the -xorest
and the humblest, so long as in his head are
born ideas and in Lis bands rests that great
quality, that enormous quantity, industry,
perseverance, indomitable energy.
Not luck?
Oh, yes, much of it is luck. Two-thirds of
the monumental fortunes enjoyed by these
people may be traced to that ono choice cle
ment in, life, pood luck, good fortune, a for-
tuitous co'.r.I iuatioii of circumstances. Joe
I Howard in New York World.
Dry Goods,
Taney (ioods,
' r
Ik
THE
CRITERION."
! House Fnrnisliinff
n l
I A A
uu
IK
J
-LA1IES' AND CHILDREN'S-
UNDEinVIAlA,
A nil many other articles too numerous to men-
Fort Street, above Hotel,
ftriturday ISJTight
PECFMliF.R 11th.
& WILDER
Importers and Dealers in
.Staple and Fancy Ororeries, Iro luce. I'rovinions and IVod
USTo. 52 Fort street.
Announce to tlieir patrons and the put. lie the receipt of :
FAN'f Y GROCERIES, comprising, without hpeciftcution
mui ifriK ucirsiuiti lirlHluiHH i.diltlOH.
an Invoice of fROSSE & KI.ACKWni w
their standard l.rauds of 4 Oliver
Hnr ",,:. .:.:.'".'.' ,m,,'"'J la "imiieH atrial of ,ur
parl white, unequalled bread-making Hour.
Nn. 1 F Hinilv
'(I j.oimd and io j'ouud sacks, a glutinous,
A specialty.
tLuer.
Californin and J'sland J3nttor
FRUITS, VHOETAELKS. OVSTKRH and lit'TTLIi received on ICE b)
FAT COIiX FED TURKEYS
every
For Thanksgiving and Xmas.
P. O. IJo 50."i.
Trieps low.
71 tf
luality Kuarautecd and delivery prompt.
Itotfi Telohoii N, xo. no.
Having refitted and remodeled tlie premises,
th proprietors are prepared to furnish the best
V
me.s.
tion.
:i4 C la n 1
Liquors,
rVle.s, Cigars, Etc.,
Purchaspd hy MR. L-ODD on his late trip to the
States.
rrei rricksbm
HA
t
C5
SAN JOSE. CAL.
TliacVtmf car many friends for pa patron
ape, and cordially inviting them to call upon
us in our new quarters, we are, rtspeotf ully,
JA3IES D0DI),
HENKY 3IILLEK,
.F r o p r i e tors .
K5-J decl0-f
TRADE )
MARK
The undersigned lias just
opened up a new assortment
of Goods, suitable for the
season.
W. C. SPItOULL,
TOUT STREET.
l":nly 'titr.UaIIii.
We utitlerstand tliat the Hon. Frank
rahia, heritl" of Hawaii, ami a Kepre- i
sentative tor Hilo, lias been np;ointed ! Themanv.Lo marries bis cousin may not
The Lager Heer of the above Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes: For Lease or Sale.
At the Expositions ofl"and lSaO.
J i 1 1 J V V JL C O
HI I'ort Stroot. Inipoi-terx and
Staple and Fancy
CO.,
lionlorM In
Groceries.
-:o:-
Deputy Marshal of
Mr. DaviJ Davtou.
tl
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dom vice I uoi' ,or luss unalloyed in his marital state.
' L.-.ppiness can only be relative.
Free tli Peacock,
3TC HOXOLl'LC. AGENTS.
; ''PHE HOrsE AND LOT AT AIRIKl AT
J rresent occujjied by G. D. Freetn. Kvvlv
office at of J
FREETH PEACOCK,
3f5 dec2"tf 23 Nuuarm gtreet
FRESH GOODS
By eve.;' steamer from California, and always on hand, a full
and rvriileff line of
Provisions, TCtc-. TStc.
61 Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone No. 210. p. O. Pox o.

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