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SATO! DAY MESS.
JANUARY 1, 1P81,
A Maiden's Message.
Oh wind, Hint wntielcrcst o'er hill, nml vale, and
Jllow round tlio liomo whero lio Rlwim ponccfnlly,
And lircntlin tiinn III lirow n loving Mm for mo.
Ogolelrii "maldtn tnoon," bo calm nnd puroand
HIk d round 'and o'er him thy oof I tender Btrcnmi
Tell him linw well I love him tell him bo to-night.
() nl.irfl nil allvory bright, rat on that deep RtHI
Hlnrn Hint nrnwnteihlng o'er nil lioth tho long night
Tell him my lovo for him Is pnro Hko you nnd
O groat, (rand, unow-whlto cIotjiIb, slow drifting
o'er tho sky,
Itfnr to lita heart a message) im jo pans him hy.
Tell hitrt my lore uould leach mo how to do
O pMt wide wn, on wlilrli the night-winds blow.
Hing ill his i am thy mimic calm and slow.
Hing to IiIh henrt I lovo lilin, sing it Hoft and low.
() liny. laughing ripples, dancing on tho Bhoro,
() mighty oconti wiivfs, lliuiiileiring your cenHelesn
Tell him I lovo bo well, I could not lovo him morol
O moon nnd ntarB, O clouds and deep, lilne, Bunny
And restless wnndering winds, henr him theso
words for mo,
"Mv own denr lovo, I lovn thoo woll nnd con
stantly. " Owl Wo, N. Jj. G. M.
Translation of Mr. Tennynon's Epitaph on
Sir John Franklin, from the Monument in
Not hern : tho white north hns thy bones, nnd thou,
Art passing on thy hnppior voyage) now,
Toward no earthly ikiIo.
Non hlc nnntn Jncet cirllsslmiis j ossa nivalin
ArctoH hnliot, nod pars non morltura viri
Navlgat ImmoniMtrf ntiHptclis molioribtis icqiior,
Mmlun non nostri iluin potlt nltn poll.
relator. A. J. C.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Hy tho arnvnl of tho brig John IK Spreekeh, wo
liavo San Francisco datoa to tho morning of tho
2nd hist. Wo prcHont our roadors with tho follow
ing Butnmary :
Cuioaoo, November 30th. An Inter Ocean
Washington special says : Intelligence in rcceied
from Florida to tho effect that Ixith sontH for Con
gress will bo contoHted by tho ltrpiihlicnns on no
count of gross frauds at tho election, by means of
which DoinocratH wuro rotumed.
JnmoH Stephenson, in charge of tho geological
Bnrvoy of Now Mexico, ictiirned to-day. lie claims
to have (Uncovered mother romnrknblo prehistoric
city. It oxtendn for inileH, tho honses boing built
hi tho fnco of a cliff along a canyon. It in forty
miloB from Santa Ko.
Tho 1'roHidoiit'H message Ib completed, bnt lias
not been Biibmitted to tho Cnbiuot. It probnbly
will bo on Friday. It !h uudcrBlood that it con
tains mnttorB of only ordinary interest, nnd is bnr
ron of sensations.
Tho most .interesting portion of tho l'residont'fl
message, it ib Haiti, will ho where ho clalKirately
HotH forth our rolntloiiB witli Knglatid with refer
ence to tho fishery question. Ho bIiowb Hint bIuco
tho ncccHflion of tho QlndHtouo Ministry tho atti
tude ot Great Britain lias changed, nnd Hint tho
now Ministry recognizes tho claims of American
fishermen in Canadian wnterB. Ho rccommendB
Hint tho claim for damages, resulting from tho
Fortune Hay affair, bo ruferred to n CoiuiniHHion to
deturmiuo tho nmonnt duo to tho American fisher
inon. Tho mtMHagc bIiowb that tho Gladatono Gov
ernment ndmitH that Canadian legislation must Imj
in nccord with tho tronty, whereby Americana wcro
granted rights to fish under certain restrictions, on
tho payment of $r,r00,(XX), tho mini at which tho
privileRo wnH valued by tho Commission under tho
tronty of Wnahiiifilou, nnd paid, but in retnrn for
which our citizens received nothing under tho Dis
raeli Ministry. Tho President ciprosses such con
fidence of n satisfactory adjustment of tho matter
that ho says there in no further need of pressiiiR
tho bills pending reimporting n duty on fish nnd
Ash oils, lie elaborates the ubovo oints, waking
tho subject tho moat prominent ono of his raossago.
In regard to our foreign affairs generally, tho mes
HnRO alludes to the successful settlement of tho
controversy arising'from tho firing on an American
schooner by n Spanish man of-wnr last summer,
tho amicable relations with Moxioo, tho arrest nnd
conviction by Turkoy of tho iniiruorcrs of Doctor
PniwiiiB, tho Chinese proclamation upon tho ques
tion of duties and tho unhappy results attending
tho efforts at meditation Itetweeu Chile and Pern
A fire broko oat last night in tho barber shop of
tho House of Itepresentatives, nnd before It could
liu extinguished considornblo injury wns dono to
tho walls mid ceiling. The barber shop wns
located in ono of tho House cloak-rooms. To-day
the architect put uiou te work repairing the dam
age. The origin of tho 11 ro is not ascertained.
Nkw YnhK, Novomlier iXKh. Tho Telegram Bays :
Keturns nil in from every Btato show tho total
Presidential volo to 1h 9,192,595, divided ns follows :
Garfield 4,W,41fi; Hnnoock, 4,4.',0U ; Weaver,
UV ; Dow, 9,04 ; SoatteriiiR, 1,793. It will thus
bo ttocu that the Itepublican , nnd Democratic
parties are about as evenly divided ns is possible
to have two great parties. Garfield lieats Han
cock by only M01. Had there been no trencher)'
in the Democratic ranks hore, tho story would have
been quite different.
Ituio, Novombor 510th. Jackson Ferguson, Bar
voyor of tho Census for this State, hns completed
1 ' t tho returns, though tho ofllcial figures hnvo not yet
"i vboon nnblished. Ho Btntos Hint tho total populn-
JK tion of Nevada is within a hundred or two of CO.OOO,
X showing a gain over tho last census. Instead of
" ' losing, Storey county has gained, its present poru-
Intfon being between 10,000 and 17,000, an increase
Pourparlers aro passing between the United
States and tho French and Gorman Governments
for eichnnging opinions relative to the employment
of tho existing silver coins.
Of tho contribution of 11100,000 to tho Domooratio
cnmpaigu fund, promoted hy English, ho only paid
$:t!,000. Landers only contributed Vj00 and his
brother f 1,500 of $ 10,000 pledged.
London, Novemner l"Jth. Tho Ti'm Paris
special nays : Tho promotion of tho Panama Caual
scheme has been returned with extraordinary
vigor. It is a movement ho universal that success
ns regards subscriptions and capital is certain, and
adhesions are arriving from every quarter of the
i globe. M. De LogMepa told the Timeif correspond
ent Hint news was arriving uvury luomaut which
confirmed his conviction that tho enterprise is in
sured. Hvery country in Kuropo is takiug' irt in
it otUcca being opened in Germany, Austria mid
Italy, nnd subscriptions aro flowing in. Tho Eng
lish nave run up the shares on the Paris Bourse by
sending orders whloh cannot bo executed except by
paying a premium. The Founders' shares, which
wero 5,000 francs, have reached nearly 40,000
Duhmn, Novombor 30th. Tho Gateltt contains
itii offer or 1000 reward for the discovery of the
murderers of Wheeler, at Oola. ,
Couk, November iSOth. A, barbarous outrngo has
tMen coiumltled, noivr Traleo on u bailiff who was
in charge of a house from which, the tenants had
been evicted. A party ot anued men broko into
the, bouao and slit the bailiff's oars. The bailiff
fainted from load of blood. The police hut has
Uou erected at new Pathv without disturbance.
London, November 30th. It has been decided
that the Government, wltuu Parliament moots,
will introduce u Coercion Act at tho same time
with the new Land Hill Aol, uud this will provide
for Hie immediate disarming of the poople.
There is n movement in the west of Ireland, pnr
tlculnrly in Tuam, Swineford and other consider
able towns in County Qalway, to bring about a re
duction of twouty-Aru per cent in rents of shopti
mid towns houses.
l'hilip Callan, M. P., haa been found guilty of
libeling A. M. Sullivan, M. P. Tho verdict wns that
Mr, Uallmi published a libel, and that tho lilwl in
question was not a fairoomtueut. Justice Hawkins
deferred sentence, and bound uver Cidlau to n
lear on December 15th. Ho said that tho allldaviU
must bo exoluuigtsl a week before then, but he
hoped that they would meanwhile bo rendered un
DuiiMN, NoiemW UOth. A circular has been
Is-ined' from the otUce of tho Chief Secretary for
Ireland U the aosionalUrowu solicitors, directing
them not to absent themselves tnoru than twenty
four hours at u time from thoir respective counties
without s(Ks:tal leave, and to reiort to 1'orster all
ivmnnunieaUous of the police in rufemico to out-
At a mcettng of tho Land League to-day it was
stated tuat several Orangemen wuro members of
Ihu League, uud that brnnohvs of the League hud
been latablkhod iu uvury county iu Ulster.
Iaindom, November 30th. A disp&fcch from Ports
mouth iuiuouuoei that 500 mariners aro to go to
A dispatch from Tipiwrary reports that tho
artillery detachment, which went to New Pallas,
left their guns behind at Limerick. All tho troops
were withdrawn from New Pallas after the police
of tho garrison had been trebled.
1'tee Government baa Umm4 aa order to re-tall
Ue Sixty-fourth ltrgiuieut from iU station in Iro
. land but some new exigeaeiea have nriseu, it
Boema, for to-diy the uruVr was countermanded,
and the regiment ill have to remain iu Inland
nil indefinite time longer. The Coldstream Guards
have bteu ordered to juoceed to lrelaud without
delay, but their immediate destination has not
been made public. No other regiment will be wilt
V here for the present.
Nkw Youk, Dooamber 1. A London dispatch to
the M'vtIJ Mysi The League's movviueuU are
panctloned liy hundreds of tho prientB. Tho n(H
tudo of Glndstono nnd Ilright Is a practical coun
tenance, If not of tho IxnRno'H methods, at le.sst
of their objectfl. They aro blind who do not
rrcognlrn Hu Irish movement ns a great revolu
tionary act, and tho only one which ever ntood
nnv chance of ancccus. Jlr. Parncll knows Hint
nctnal forco Inn military n Is absurd. Ho J
nlso knoui that force of Bomo kind is neceflnnry to
achieve tho nlms of Ireland. If tho Longue is
wiwi nnd nblornouah to cxcrclKO Its owcr, with
out provoking a collision, it may, in the opinion
of many, dictate Its terms, rven to Knclnud. 11
took an nrmy to dig Cnptnltr Doycott's tnnihw,
jet despite that nrmy Ilojcott linil to leave his
homo with his family forever. Wo rend that tho
Coldstream gnnrds nro coming, jet 100,1)01) Saxon
soldiers might occupy the conntry wlthont nfTect
ing tho situation in tho slightest degno. Whole
sale evictions might tnko jilncc, but tho soldiers
could not ftnnd gnnrd over every evicted farmer,
and tho farms would I") rcocctipicd as soon an tho
soldiers It ft. Tho nrmlcs of tho world could not
romHil tho twijmcnt of rent, or force men to work
for obnoxious fellow men, or keep shop-kieperB
from refusing to sell. Coercive nets, a few months
ngo, would hnvo been effective), hut now thi'ywill
houseless. Tho eoplo have learned thoir power
too well to bo cowed.
A Herald Dublin dispatch reads t Tho winter
camixtign of tho Irish hind ar has not reached
tho end of Its fast stngn. Tho Stnlo trials are
fixed for December Iftith. nnd tho opening of Pnr
llament for January nth, 'J ho Hojeott incldint
is over. Nothing particularly engages lliu atten
tion of tho Ijnnd league's iwor. Thin lower
hns. within three months, become so overwhelm
ing that I, without fear of contradiction, assert
Hint I no reins of Government m Ireland nro prac
tically In tho hands of Mr. l'nrncll nod his sup
Ixirlers. Thu Irish lenders havo obtnined nnd nro
extending their rule hy means so unique nnd
extraordinary that tho most intelligent observer
can hardly understand Its direct power or compro
heud its terriblo significance. A general strike
against tho payment of rent, forcible reslstnne" to
thewo who attempt to forco payment, combined
opposition to every legal process nnd intimidation
of nil mrsonn attempting to enrry out tho lnw,
crowned by Hint now nnd nxtrnordinnry engine of
forco now called " JloycottiiiR," nro elements
creating nu open, nrmed revolution. Tho Hojeott
Incident showed what wns necessary to resist tho
Land Ijcngnn. Another incident nt New l'nllns.
County of Limerick, is equnly signlficanf. Several
days ngo nil iron hut wns taken down hi Now Pal
las for erection on Kourko's farm, but could not
imi removed on nccoilut of tho renlstnuco of tho
leoplo there. It lny until to-day, surrounded
night and day by iioliee, who themsclvos wero
surrounded by hundreds of people, determined
not to nllow it to bo tnken awn1. Tho removal of
this ridiculous hut became a national question,
and a forco of WX) troops, including infantry nml
hussars, nnd two guns of tho royal nrtillcry, wero
ordered to tho scene, nnd removed tho hut nt day
break. Tho peoplo wero advised strongly not to
como into collision with tho overwhelming force,
bo tho hut wns quietly removed. Tho crowd Hint
witnessed tho unusual sicctnclo in tho vlllngo was
Inrgely made up of women nnd young Inds. With
out wishing to lie nu alarmist, I feci certain that
tho revolution cannot end without bloodshed un
less n capitulation li mndo to the Land Lengno,
which is out of tho question. Tho rising may bo
Binnll nnd ineffective, but it is consider! d inevita
ble by mnny who nro famillnr with tho stalo of
tho country. It is beyond question that tho new
Ijmd bill, however extreme, will not satisfy tho
Land League, nnd tho movement should bo con
sidcriKl in nil its Higniflcnnco. Without quoting
tho previous utterances of numerous members of
tho Ijcnguo Kxociitivo Committee, it is only ncce'S
anry to refer to Mr. Dnvis' bikccii nt n land me-et-ing
to-elny Hint, " it is very imiortnnt Hint their
friends in tho north 'of Ireland, who wero now
rapidly wheeling into lino, should nt onco under
stand that tho Land Lengno movement wns not n
movement for tho purpura of bringing rent down
to Griffith's valuations. Its object was to re i novo
Griffith's valuations nnd landlordism out of tho
St. PhTEnsnuno, November 'M. Tho police nt
ChnrkofI hnvo seized several printing pre-ssos, to
gether with daggers, revolvorB, copies of a revolu
tionary organ and forged p.isKiorlH, and havo
mrested two revolutionists.
Homk, November !!0. In tho Chnmbor of Depu
ties this evening, nfter Bovernl orders of tho efny
had been introduced, Slgnor Mnnoini promised a
resolution, signed by twenty members, declaring
thnt tho Chamber, desiring to pronounce uhii the
imiort.'.nt reforms which tho wants of the coun
try rccmiro, passed to the order of tho day. Signor
Maucini then examined all the questions raised in
ri'gard to tho polie-y of tho coverument. elrnwing
conclusions which showed complete confidence in
the Ministry. Premier Caroli said that tho Min-istrj-
ncccpted Signor Mnncini's motion us an ex
pression of full confidence, nnd, in view of thu
stnlo of parties in tho Chamber, it is considered us
n remarkable victory for the Government.
St. Petkusuuuii, November 30. Tho ico on tho
Volgn suddenly broko nt Nijiil-Novgorod, in con
sequence of tho warm weather. Fivo steamers
nnd thirty bnrges woro destroyed, nnd largo quan
tities of grain; naphtha and fish lost. Thu dam
age dono is immense.
Conbtantinopi.k, November 30th. Tho Monte
negrins havo occupied tho whole district of Dnl
cigno. Princo Nikta promised tho inhabitants of
tho ce'deel district liberty of worship, amnesty unit
security of tenure in rcgarel to property.
London, November :W)th. Tho Governor of Nn
tal a telegraphs. Hint ono .European nnd fourteen
natives wore killed in a skirmish with Hnsutug.
ISadrik, November i"0th. The Menitenegrins
have sent a force to guard tho now boundary,
which so fnr hns been maintained without inter
ruption. Tho Turks kept nt a distance of 500
paces on tho entry of tho Montenegrins into Dul
cigno. Delegates from the ileet nnd General Pe
trovio ami staff wero met Iry n deputation of citi
zens. Tho Montenegrin ling wns hoisted on Hie
fortress with a Baluto of twenty -one guns. Tho
town is quiet.
Calcutta, November 29th. Events forsbndow
tho upccely evacuation of Khybur Pass", tho solo
remaining fruit of the liritish campaign in North
News from tho outbreak in Cnahmcro is roassur
4ug. The Maharajah is, however, pushing forward
Teiikuan, November Kith. Sheik Abdullah is
reported to bo negotiating with tho principal
Kurds to form a coalition against Persia in tho
Teiieiun, November 00th. A report has boen
received hore that Sadik, son of Sheik Abdullah,
with several thousand Kurds, had advanced close
on to Urumish and captured two guns. The Per
sian commander has loft Urumish to engage in
Accounts received by tho e7i'fy of Tok-io describo
tho trlnl trip of tho now Btenmor Meifvo. Sho loft
Shanghai October 10th for Canton, Railing under
the American flag, nnd mndo a rapid passago of
threo and n hnlf dnys. She was exiectod to leave
for San Francisco, via Honolulu about tho li"th of
Octobor, and will probably put in her appearance)
hero early iu December. Whilst nominally tho
property of tho China Merchants' Steam Naviga
tion Company, it is asserted that she is iu reality
ownotl by tho American firm of B. C. Farnhnm .k
Co.. of Shanghai, Tho Melfoo wns originally n
British sailing vessel, and, although in process of
conversion into a steamer she was cut 111 two and
lengthened fifty-seven uud a half feet, still the
fact remains thnt she is foreign built. It hns been
the custom for a number of years to allow vessels
purchased in Chinese wnters by citizens of tho
United Stntes to Hy the stnrs nud stripes provis
ionally ; thnt is, tlwy are at liberty to tradoon tho
const of China, Japan nud tho Eastern Seas, under
a certitlcato granted by 11 Unitetl States Consul.
Tho question now ariocB, if tho Me(fuu arrives in
tho port of San Francisco Hying the American
Jhig. whether sho is not liable to wiznre, ns an Act
of Congress especially forbids any vessel assum
ing our nationality if built outside ot thu United
J. H. BRUIMS, JR.,
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OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
TO AKHIVK l'EU
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"ATALANTA," FROM ItREMEN,
(To ho followed by the "Knle" nml "Iolnnl,")
And por Steamer, via Panama.
The Following Goods
Aro now in onr possession :
DAItK BLUE DENIMS :
Now Prints, Star l'nels, tc,
llrown Cottons, Horrock's White) Cotlons,A & ii
Turkey Heel Cotton, TipkiiiKs,
lilne Cotton Drill, Uluo nnd Fancy FLANNEL,
IjnHtini's, Itnlian Cloth, Kcpits,
Fmicy Whito nnd Illnck DltESS GOODS,
Jncquarel, ilohuir, Monsselin, Jaconets, Ac,
llnrcge, Curtnins, Lninhreeinino, Tabic Covers,
.Vc V-c. &c. &o.
Dnckskins, Doeskins, Coatincs, Diagonals,
Printed Moleskins, Brown Corils,
Whito Linen Drills, Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel and Cotton Mixed,
Merino nnd Cotton UndershirtM,
Wool Jackets, Shawls, Blankets, Towels, Ac.
Hocks and Stockings, BalbrigRan,
Silk HnndkcrchiofH, Foulards,
T. Jt. nnd Fnnoy Cotton Hnuilkerchisfs,
Neckties, Wool nnd Silk Braids,
Kibbons, Thread, Buttons, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy and Toilet Articles : Florida Water,
Oenuino Eau du Cologne l'hilocomo,
Combs, Tooth Brushes, Lubin'g Extracts,
feather liusters, llarnioutcas,
Violin Strings, Playing Cards,
Looking Glnshos, Vienna Chairs.
Blank Books, Lodgers, Journals,
Day Books, Cony nnd Ileoeint Books,
Gold Leaf. WRAPPING PAPEH,
Superior Printing Paper, two fii.on,
Manila ltoixrnll sizes, Spunynrn,
Flax and liemp Packing,
MiXffa.xr c3 Ooal Bass
Woolpack, Burlap.-!, Sail Twine,
India Ilubbcr Packiug,
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, Lead and Zinc Paint,
Fence Wiro, 4, 15, C; Hoop Iron, Ilivets,
Galvanized Iron PipeB 4 to inch,
Yellow Metal 10 to MS oz., Nails, Steol Bails,
J'erforated Brass, Buckets, Cutlery, Scibsors,
Butcher and Pocket Knives,
ltazors, Sheep Shears, Saw Files, Ac.
CROCKKKY in Assorlcd Unite. Also,
'Dinner, Broakfast and Tea Sets,
Bowls, iMco Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots.
Sardines. Vinegar, Durot's Olito Oil,
Ultra Wash Blue, BIno Mottled Soap,
Table Salt, Stearino Caudles, 47. Ao.
Boutellau Brandy, Gin, Bum, Alcohol,
St. Paul's Ale, Mnller's Lager Bier, Chamiagne,
Ch. Farro nnd liidsieok Dry Monopolo, Ac,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molasses and Tallow Barrels.
Stockholm Tar, Firo Clay, Firo Bricks,
lied Bricks, Tiles. Slates, Boats,
Blacksmith's Coal, Steam Coal, &o.
AI.SO-0 KTKAH CLAUlr'IKKLi,
Pianos from L. Noufold, Berlin
yOH BALK HY
631 1 II. IIA'HyKI.I CO.
GRAND, SQUARE AMD UFRIGHT
II. lUokfeld A Co Agent for tho Hawaiian IiUndi
Thi SyJMy JiiK, Satunlay, January 17, IBS),
pagti 117, IIS.
Pianofortes in the Exhibition.
la nur irelou notice ot the l'iano In the Kjlillil
lion (N(i. IV ) hi connection llli tho of tha Urriaan
Court, wp were unable to do more lliau rnuiuctute the
ililbll of L, .SKUKt:i.I), of llvrllu, and that ciiumrra
lion wa erroncoiit, blnco wtltlns that notice, the
Hyluey ajtuH, Min llabone, I'eea .t Co., haw ulvcii
utan upporiuutly of cclng the liutrumenu, of which
four are exhlMlid liutrnd of tuo, at forni'iiy aUlcd.
Tim t'lratU a (iraml Ot fall coinpa, 1)4 octave
ovrralruus, "an acou.tlcal iaul fraino In oratln, (Ue
action U perfect unfuillne repeiitluu," All I lie modem
liniroveuieiitareailledi the Inntriunrnt l cait-d In
walnut, of lino tone and Hi'lU touch, aud hvliu iu addl
tlon bjrfar the mem iiceMorthy oubt to canimand the
mo.t ready market.
Mu, a U an uiiriirlit cottatte crand, wltb Iron frame
oicritruus, well nnUhod, and ca.td to handiome
frame Iu tho l.oula euatorao tle. Nu. H U an up.
rlshl cottaer. aimpler in Ihe eile rlor, but with nubtiaiu
tlal ruelal frauk. and all the evidence of Ihoiougu caia
In tho iDtcmal cun.lrucllun. M. 4 it au overiliuDg
upiljcht boudoir collate of very acrceable tone.
Having thoroughly exaiulned the uorkruanthlp and
con.liaillon, ana trtted lone and touch, we ate able to
ciV lth tonri'leuco on the uterlinir luerlla of Ihe.e
liKirumenlt, e'peclally when w coiaparo tho prlcra
with Iho.e or other exhlblu. tV rtaooa are now on
cxklUiiou at the atoie of
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riHK Fvais AKTici.Kar BMitv til u J tat r
M. ou ahoro froui the "Tropio bird." Thu Oil l
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in 1101.LK a co.
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THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC,
To the Fact that thej havo
Opened at thoir Old Stand
No. M Nuiianu blrrct, a Full Line ot
DRUGS, 0UHMI0ALS, DYE STUFFS,
J) HUG G IS TS S UND Ii I E S,
THE CELEBRATED CELLULOID
TUK UMIOEST AND MOttT
Complid AssMiiMRt if Perfumery
IN THE CITY.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
I la chargs of a i'baraaceutUt ( larg ciiwrlence,
thoroughly coaipctitiit aait reliable.
rtrecrlillun( coruiKiunUed at all boar of dajr or
N1UHT MKIXUNTHK WMMTt
0. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOJi SALE TO AllllIVE
hy Tiir. riNr.j
AMERICAN BARK AMY TURNER,
NEWKM., Master, now about lne from Itoston,
The Following list of Merchandise :
Glcntn Coal in bulk,
Cmnlicrlnml Coal In caska nnd Imlk,
Slovo Coal in crmliB nticl bulk,
Oak l'lniik, I inch to 8 inch,
Harrcln Tnr. 1'ilrli nml Ilnfliii,
Cannl Harrows with Iron Wheels
(r.i.r.cTiuv mi as 11.)
Turpcntino, l'nnt Oil, T,ari1 Oil,
EnBturn l'inc Itnruil Slinokn,
lloston Cunl Malclicn,
NEW STYLES OF FURNITURE
Parlor and lhtlroom Sell,
A Fine Julrie of Groceries :
Tomnlo nml Mock Tnrtlo Soup, Irish Stow,
Stowed CnlvcB Head, llnrricot Million,
LobHlcrN, (llnniR, Corn, I'enn, TomalocA,
Suimagc, Clnm Cliowdor, Lard, Kiiinlly l'ork
Cotton Duck, Nob. I to 10
Onktim, Ilont DoardB, Wlinlcbonls,
A choico selection of Dustoii Crackers in 21b
Manila Coidngc, nil sizes from 0 thread to
Oars, Wnshboards, Duckets,
Hair Mattresses and Pillows.
Curled Hair, Excolm'or,
Iron Safes, assorted niyes,
Mic1iir;nn Pino Lumber,
lloo Handles, Wood Seat Chaiis,
llido I'oison, Sugar Bugs.
Rolling Top Office Desks
Office Chairs, Baby Carriages,
1 Brownell's Buggy.
An Invoico of Ucfincd Iron, assorted.
Corrugated Iron. Kcnco Wiio, Jiubbor liclting
Downer's Kerosene Oil
New Btylc, got up especially for I'lnntntlon nac for enne
Kxlra Wheels and ixics mi- niuic cans.
tSAII of th abnva Goodii will be offered to the trade
at prices that lll bo cure tu null.
EJ1 1 C.JUUKWIllt A CO.
Nicklo Mounted in Sets or Single
Pieces, such as
Teapots, Coffoo Pots,
Gronm Jugs, Wntor Jugs,
Slop Jars, Sugar Howls,
Tea and CofToo Urns,
Plain Granite .
, Iron, Stone Ware'
The above ware It put togc-UiKr not limply to take the
c),butiaelma(li In Cfrry rrrpect. ,
Cups aud Saucers,
Toilet Sotsplaiu and fancy, ?
1 ' Diuuor and Toa Sots,
Desert Sets, &o., &o,
STOVES, fa RANGES,
Practical Tin, Copper anil Hbe( Jron Worker,
1 r Kaahamann Btreet. Honolalq
Cablet mh4 Aaehors
CHAIN VAHt.KM ANR IHilM MTMCK AW.
ClIOltH-HIze from X Inch to IU Inch,- ex Nof.
bam Caill direct from QlatKow.
TW ' IToitaleby BOLUS 8 "Co.
MESSR&" CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT TJ IE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
ItKCKIVKl) W:U 1.ATK AltlltVAI.S, AND TO AHIUVr. VKIt
W. H. Whiton, from Kew York, City of Madrid and City of Nankin, from foglmi
TllKSn 11001)9 AUK ADA1TKH FOlt
Plantations, Country Stores andFtunlllaa
Ami ImtiKlit from I'lllHT HANDS TOU OASII.wul will IkiwM for OAOT, with best ilUconnt foi'
pnmo, or em iisiml tctnm t inrtlcn npprotnl. Wo offer em linnil nml In arrive,
Palaco Wator Whito High Test Korosono Oil, .
Vulcan Wator wmto
1-ir.l Oil, Cnnlnr Oil, Ncntsl'ont Oil, CyliiHlpr Oil, Max Htonm I'nrklnK, f
Iiiilln Hnl.lK-r Kl.it l'ncklnir, l-lfi, 1. it-ll , Ac! Ai.l.fMi.M 'w1l;tt,M7 CoTer"
llnliliit Alctnl. Cntml HnrreiwH, Ijicii lntlior. Inllior Jlollnc, n, 4, 0. , 10 nnel U Inch
Wpitini'B Cciiltifiii-iil Ihltlnc, " imiicrlor nrtlcla; Dlmtim C nur-hn'y"',. , Mll. Hhnnl
lle-nvy (Inrelrii Horn, Lniu.'H IMnnlorH' Hoor. Ainntiil l'ick MntlojkK, 1 "r'VJ;,klVi"pi r
1J), tfio ol.l fnvorite. nml niieixcpllcel MeiHtio Hte-ol Hronkino lovr, miel XJ Hlcl llowo l'lown,r
Knulo No. SO I'lowd, l'lnnot Jr. llorof uoc.n Kiw niuiimn uanu i v ""i
TiiiYii Drcro innko (lt Hoap, a-t, 1,1 1-4. 1 l-amiiia jiicliJ , iw.i.t
llcRt Slnmlnnl Wrston's OiitrltVnl Wnlnijj, 12 nml II inr li, VPfl?'i?'l,'?"Llrl,w1
lt.il.turln 1V,m1 Cntleirn. hiulii Anvlln. HiK-nr
DJRatoM'H ce-lel.r.itc.1 rW nit bIwr! Mncliitisla' MiiRoim' nml Illnc eRiii llm "n""'",t, ..
Hncclmrniiit'tprH nml Hjnip 'I'lifrniiiiiiplrrft, Girt NrIIr, nil hIttri Cut Hi.lkrs, AVrouKlit NnllR,
A FULL LINE OF
JjocIcr, HiiKr, Scrrwd,
ivp, HImkck. Anfiprn, Aiifirr IUIr. CIiIrpIr, Bnws, Itrnccn. Jloltn, Cntchcs 4c
ni-iilkillR, IhrI iiiiiiutfiicttirni Smootli, Jnck nmt Jointer 1 liincs,
jxickr, iiniiH, re:riMVH, j
IWncliimi nml Cnrrini'ii
1'IowH nml Mntuli l'lnucfl.
A Full I.lno of
Paints and Oils of tho Ecst
-STAPLE GOOES, SUGU AS-
AmoRkwiK DenlniR, H nml II oz. TlckincH, A C A II ntiel 1) Jtlnnclirtl CottoiiR, 4-1 wlelP. bft make j
Uiililinclie-il Collonn, Clinrp, Jledimil nml Finu i JlniMii nml lllun Drilln. Iiinrii Drillfl, lienty
IdiKtii I)iiiior, 1'uru liliipti Blii'ctlili,', Flno JIoRqiiito l,nco, Jlliiu Flntuiol, Beatrlct Flnnncl,
A Superior ARRortincnt of Aiiioricnu Wliito Flnmii'lH.
STAPLE GhHOOEHIES :
Oolilon Onto Kxtrn Fninily Flour, llnnnllnn l'ln. Com Stnrrlt, .Inpnii, Comet nmt Clirnp TrnR,
Culm Hui-iir, ltnwnllnn Biiinm, Corn nriel Vims, ComloiiRret Milk. Compel He cf nnel Toiiruoii, t
SnnlintR, Oxforel HniiRnppH, McMnrrny's OvfitprR, Hvnnn A JHClipr'H Finrnt Bpiccfl,
'I'lin FiiMirito Fmicy nml WiiRlilnit SonpR, Cnllfornin nnel KnRtcrn tirnuelH)
lliiinfl, Corn AIcul, Ayona, Ornlmtu Flour, Ac, Ac, Ac.
On Oonmijariiment :
The Geo. P. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Peed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's 1'atcnl (Jcntrifugah,
Woodward G Brown's Celebrated Fianofi,
flew Haven Organ Co. Parlor Organs
Washburn f: jIoch Mfg. Co. Earltctl Wire, the licst Barbed Wire mantifaciurct
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Oats and Jh an, California Hag,
Columbia Jtiver Salmon, bbls. and If. bbls., Salmon Bellies in Kits Very Fine.
HAS JUST 11K0KIVED
Tho Finest Gold and Silver Watches ever brought to Honolulu
Consinting of " Ohrono
"Wm. Ellbry," "Ap-
if k4 luft1
V ' vrfy1 -mi
" Sterling," " Uouio,'
(nil Walthnm move.
tho Newest nnel FincHt
Stylos from tho boat
STEM WirtDINC COLD
io sua all tastoa and ngos, and
ALL SIZES, FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND" BOYS.
Ho has nlao on hand an ExtoiiHivo and Elognnt
LINE OF THE VERY BEST JEWELRY,
Such im Finger UingR, Ear Hinga, BroaHtpiiis, Stu.Ia, Amnlota, and all olaMes of floods In
tho .lowolry Lino. The Diamond Buttings aro tho purest and boHt in tho market, and tha
atylcs tho moat Biiporli ovor oflbrod horo. ., na mo
AL.NII. A riUX LINK Of
Tlio 33eMt and moNt llceraiit $ii1eivn,i-o
FKOM THE CELEBRATED
At Ilia Old Corner. Front ami Wl.,.nli,,.l wi.
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO.,
AUCTIONKKHH, IMIWI'UHH AND
Dealers iu Genoral Merchuudisc,
Ikxjtanud tiltvet, Clothing,
Dry nnel iVliey Oeioela.cto.
LadhV and (IrntU-iueu'H FuniUhluy Uoo4n,
tate ui)MirUtloii, Iu ttreat variety.
CkoicMt BrawU f TobMQo aod Ctam,
ASSORTMENT Or CANNED GOODS
Order, from llie country i.ronii,ty.,,d crefiilly.M
I'.rllcutat .ttemloa tilrcu Iu llm iHjrejkula,. or Ji.
sflsu.,'3:iw,,,,tf '" "r '-ir'2" W;
adovb omnnnra abi-ubuuu wh
.tJnckHon's I OiBslem it Htiimir.'
English and American Brands !
- AN IMMENSE INVOICE OP 1
Tmoy & Co.,"
iih wull iib nil
AND 8ILVCR WATCHES
7 T T
ii vBfefcfc-jEtfcif Bl
ItllAM MANIlKAri'l'iriMM.! ,. ,. '
'" v,., u, a, A.
THE UNDEB8IQNED BEING
8ole Agent on the Islands
For tho above (londa, mid as ho iinixirtH ilimf t. .
munnfaeiturera Pu his own account fJ? (Kb, W. JSjft
WATCHES, JEWEL11YAND SILVEJiWAJils.
go., x,nmi .,-. L.bou;;itrttUii:f--y m
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVES
Kx I.ATK AU1HVALS, "
WAok ami Ground Barley, OaUt JJr,,,.
and Alfufu IUy, '
HI.tc.tl.ll,,0ull,l,'.fg,i!a",, "" " "ae"
Ar Lmv rm ron vasu. , '
Word0 vulu,, "r
1 U'tuietl, doru Mt
frMkd WbesUn 6 IU. b., '
All fioiisuu a.ir. jr&'0b,
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