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10 forthwith cliarRfd lilni to eoiifeiw.
" Well," xnlil tho ly, "mippwi Hint I ntn wIIIIrtKS
Wlml I opr clmrKor' "To jotl 'th hut n
".Miint nil men iy, nnd nil men mnko confes-
" Vent every innn of tho Cntholle prof'Mlut
"To whom do Jott confettn, Mr ?" "Why,
"AnddwHlioclmrKO you?" " I'm, iv wholo thlr-
" Do ilcAim con few ?" " Ve-n, Imy, tlicy dff
OmfiM to lilahurM, nnd ny mnnrtty, loo."
" Do hiflhoii tli'ii cotifcBB 1 If no. to whom ?
' Why, thnvconfennrid pftytlionitirc.il of Homo."
" Well," iimth tho Ixiy, ''nil Hint In iniKhty odd !
And dix-i tho ioW confcMH ?" "Oh ten, to find I"
" And dor n (1ml chnrjjo tho popo ?" " lSo J" quoth
tho priml j
" Odd rlmrKM liothlnu." " Why then, Owl In beAt.
It mI cam forgive, nnd ho Ii willing!
To him I will confcM, through Christ, nnd mo
Vaccination, Statistically and Historically.
I'rofosfior Cornfield of tlio University of
London, in ono of his published lectures,
given, prolnbly, nil tho cfmonlinl fneln in
rclntion to nmnll-pox, its history nnd treat
ment. StnnlUpox, tho Professor HnyB,
"comcH from Awn. It wao found in Ku
ropo in tho fiixth century, brought by tho
Sarnconfi, nnd it wns Inkon from Kuropo to
Amoricn by tho Spftninrds." Tho notion
of preventing it by inoculation is Btipposcd
nlso to Imvo cotno from Awn. It it tho
pyslctn which jirovnilB in Ghinn, now. It
wns introduced in Constnntinoplo in 1G73,
nnd in England in 1717, on tho suggestion
of Lady Wortloy Montague. During tho
period of inoculation, there wcro in Eng
land, according to tho Professor, " 31 de
cided cpidomics of Hniall-pox, or nbout ono
every tnrco yoars, nn miring mm. muo
there woro five sovcro epidemics." Of tho
philosophy of tho remedy, Professor Corn
field, snys : " I submit that that is n most
extraordinary fact that thoy should tnko
tho poison of tho most nbotninnblo discaho
that tho world has evor scon, nnd inoculalo
pcoplo of all classes, up to tho royal famil
ies of Europo, with it. Now, what can
that mean ? Tlicro is no way of getting
"out of it oxcopt this, that tho disenso was
ho widely spread that, practically sponking,
tho wholo population was certain to tnko
it, and it shows it wns not worth whilo to
run tho chnnco of not getting it."
But nftor tho discovery of vaccinntion
tho inoculation of tho form of small-pox to
which cows aro subject a great chango
took plnco. Dr. .Tenner found that persons
who nnd been vnccinnted would not tnko
tho small-pox, ovon when inoculated with
tho poison. In timo inoculntion with
nmnll pox was prohibited in England.
Vaccination was nfterwnrds mado gratui
tous, and sinco 1853, compulsory. Profes
sor Cornfield stntos tho result in this way :
" Tho avcrago annual number of doalhs in
Englnnd from small-pox during tho tlnco
years boforo tho vaccination laws, was 11,
9'tt ; the nvorago number ofanuunl deaths
durintr nine years wlnlo vnccmntion wns .'
gratnitous nnd not compulsory, wns 5,221 ;
tho nvcrago number of donths in tho third
period, from 1853 to 18G0, whoii vaccina
tion wns compulsory, wns 3,234." Tho
nvcrngo of deaths hns been calculated by
Mr. Simon as follows : Among unvneciua
tcd pooplo, from 1A per cont to 53 4-5 per
cent, nnd nmong vnccinatod pooplo, from
of 1 per cent to 12A per ccut. Mr. Mnrson,
for ninny years Resident Physician in
the Small-pox Hospital of London, says
that tho average death-rato nmong vnccinn
ted pcoplo was about 5 por cout of thoso
Prof. Cornfluhl putw thin cuooin thiRwny:
' I told you, you will romombor, that in
179G tho smnll-pox caused 184 deaths out
of every 1,000 donths from nil causos.
Snpposo wo tnko 50 years at a timo. From
1750 to 1800, thoro woro 9G from smnll
pox out of ovcry 1,000 doaths ; from 1800
to 1850 including a portion of tho inocula
tion noriod. nnd purl of tho gratuitous vac
cination period, thoro woro 35 donths out of
ovory 1,000; Irom I80U to iuu, wncti
vaccinntion had becotno compulsory, thoro
woro but 11 doaths out of ovory 1,000.
Thoso aro figures which no amount of arg
uniont can explain nwny. You mny- writo
u book full of sophistry of all kinds on tho
subject, but no person of any sonso would
bcliovo in nny reasons that do not tnko
into nccount tho facts provod by theso fig
ures." In Baron's life of Jonnor still nioro con
clusive proof of tho benefits of vaccination
nto given, thus: "From tho year 17G2
to 1792 tho nmnbor of porsons that died of
emall-pox in tho Danish dominions amount
ed to 9,828. About tho year 1802 vnccin
ntion wns introduced, nnd tho practico bo
enmo ironoral. but not univorsnl ; howorcr,
58 porsons ouly diod of tho smnll-pox in tho
yoar 1810. Vaccination, by tho command
of tho King, wns now universally ndoptcd,
nnd smnll-pox inoculation prohibited, nnd
from tho year 1810 to tho yoar 1819, not a
single caso of smnll-pox occurrod."
lint in timo it began to bo noticed that
nftcr tho lapto of a cortain period porsons
vaccinated got tho small-pox. Professor
Cornfield tells tho story in this way : " It
Avns thou clonrly shown by Jeuner himsolf
that when cow-pox was inoculated iu n
human boing that portion wns not HiiscopU
iblo to small-pox either by inoculation or
' exposure to tho poison, nnd. thoro is no iu
Btnnco of a vaccinated persou getting tho
smnll-pox until nbout fifteen years nfter
vnccination was first introduced, but nbout
that timo thoro gradually enmo to bo iu
stances of vaccinated persons getting tho
KtnnlUpox. And sq it enmo to bo seen thnt
n certain number of years aflor being vnc
cinatod pooplo required to ho vnceiunlcd
again, and for a long timo thoro wcro a lot
of very strange ideas afloat, such as thnt
wo required to uo vaccinated onco in ovory
boven years. Hut to mnko a long matter
hhort 1 may tclLvou at onco that tho fnct
is that nftor infant vawjiaation pooplo ouly
require to bo vaccinated nt about tho ago
of lifCcon or eixtoon."
Proofs of theso facts aro abundant. As
nn oxamplo of tho povvor of rovnccinalion,
in tho Uavarian army, from 1813 to 1857,
thoro wns not a hitiglo enso of unmodified
bmnll-pox, nor a single death from BtnalL
pox. Mr. Marson of tho Loudou Hospital
stntos that iu nu cxperionco of thirty-six
years ho has novcr had n caso of a nurso
having small-pox, becauso ho revacciuatoU
nil within tlireo days of their nrrivnl. Hut
nil vaccinations aro not perfect. To bo a
Iruo vaccination thoro must bo pita when)
tho bear wns made. A calculation ruuuing
over twenty.fivo years shows that from 21
to 22 por cont of vaccinated persons show
ing uo marks died ; whilo of thoso haviug
ono murk only 7 J per ccut; ot thoso Hav
ing two marks o little over 4 per ccut ;
threo marks 1J per ccut; and four marks
lcs than 1 per cout. Medical opinion is
that vaccination dod uot cotnmunicato oth
er disoaM. Dr. Fcrgutou.Bya; "Vac
cination docs not communicato othor dis
eases. Mr, Marson has vaccinated 50,000
times and has never known of such com
munication. Sir William Jenncr, Sir Jag.
Paget and Dr. West of tho Children's Hos
pital, Orniond street, London, nil testify to
tho simo facl, nnd Dr. est during sovon
ttcn years, lind 2G,0OO children under his
caio from whom to draw conclusions."
Dr. Aitken says : " It isthus clearly do
monslrated how vaccination has thrown
tho regfa of protection over tho world, and
how nmplc, how grcnt and how clllcient
that protection may be. It has been shown
to diminish mortality generally, and tho
mortality from small-pox in particular, both
in civil nnd military life, nt homo nnd
nbroid, nnd in just proportion ns it is cflici
It is rumored that cithor tho U. S. Gov
ernment or Mr. Ijnnnctt will dispatch a
voncl next yoar in search of tho Jcamtlc.
It is nlso said that for n thorough search a
vessel of Hiiitnblo strongh nnd properly
ndnptcd power will havo to bo built, neither
tho untionnl nor morcantilo navy having a
vessel of tho clasB wanted, ifn thorough
exploration of tho Arctic soas is to ho mado.
Further, it is said that tho vcsecl should bo
built this winter on tho Dclawnro or other
point on tho Allnnlic coast, nnddispttched
hero nround tho Horn in hopes that sho
tuny nrrivo hero to sail northward in tho
second week in July. Thcro is a good deal
of folly, if not of selfishness, iu this pro
posal. The vessel thnt is to proceed north
wnrd noxt July should bo built on this
const, for theso reasons : Sho enn bo built
ns cheaply ns on tho Atlantic; bIio can
receive mnchinery of equal if not better
quality nt n very slightly ndvanccd price;
sue can most surely bo ready lor sea at tuo
timo appointed, nvoiding all chances of
delny nnd non-arrival, which sho would
incur in rounding tho Horn. Sho would
flnvo tho oxponso of a 12,000 milo prelimi
nary voyngo. When tho Jcuncttc snilcd it
wns stated by tho pross that her supplies,
even to her flour, wcro brought from tho
East. What noubonsicnt, wnstcful oxtrn
vnganco this wns. In flour, dried nnd enn
nod provisions, fruits nnd vegetables, wo
can excol tho Enstern mnrkot in qunlity
and cqunl or beat them in prico. Our
merchants nnd mnnufneturors would vio
with oach other nnd furnish tho rescuing
vessel with provisions of a quality such ns
wns nover scon iu tho Arctic soas from tho
timo of Parry. S. F. Paper.
mlico has been ordered to Nowcastlo to protect
'I ho Prlncens of Wales hns hnd a dccldMlly nar
row escn)0 from wsvero injury, If not from death.
It nppenrs thnt whilo followinntho homids in Nor
folk, today, her spirited hunter shlod and thrtw
her, hnl fortunately Sir Dlchton Ilrohyn. tho
comptroller nnd trenmirer of tho l'rinco of Wnleti
homu'hold, who wns cloely following with great
prexenco of mind, rodo rapidly up, cnuidit tho
1'rinccHH jost ns alio wns fidliuR, nnd o.ived her
Cuicaoo. Dercmber 20. Great Interest It IwinR
innnlfi-stid In tho projected cxcnrnion parly to tlio
(Jity of Mexico nnd Cnb-i, which will rende.vonn
in this city nnd ntnrt from hero by wny of New
Orleans anil Vera Cruz to tlio City of Mexico, re
turuliiK by way of llavnni nlKiut tho mlddlo of
Jamiary next. "1 ho party will bo mado nt largely
of railroad nnd mininu caiiitaliHtH, weKliiR new
fleldH of investment, nnd of Indie. Tho fnro for
tho round trip U (lied nt .'.!(). It in liellou-d thnt
thin etrurHlou will itHiilt in bringing tho country
into eloner nnd morn nmienlilo bulneM relntious
with .Mexico, nnd will hoof mnterial benefit.
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Late Foreign News.
Ily tho Uo Chung, which nrrived from San Fran
cisco on Tuesday, bringing dntei to December Kid
wo receivo tho following itonw of foreign howh :
IiONiH)V, Deo. 21. Tlio Mnrnnln of IjandHdown,
ono of tho hoavient Irish Iniul-ownerx, him .tli.iu
doncd IiIh intention of HtH-nding the winter iu
irulniid, ill coiiHecpicnco of tlio condition of tlio
country. Tlio dcciidou of tlio I'mpreKX of AiiHtrin,
diilnitely giving up her hunting box iu Ireland, is
duo to tlio rcpurtH of tlio ngit.itorH.
An enthusiastic demonstration by Ornngcmcu
and Protestant farmers took plnco jrHtordaynt
Colernin, County Londonderry, nt which resolu
tions woro piiBHed energetically denouncing tho
Land Tioaguo agitation and tho inictiou of tlio
Uovernmeut relative to ouatm in Ireland.
Ijondow, December '-".'d. A land meoting was
held to-day nt Derrygonelly, as announced, nnd
wns protected by a strong forco of iiolico niul
infantry. OpiKisition on tlio part of Orangemen
A battalion of Orcnadior Guards is ordered to
got ready for Hpcciul mirvico iu Ireland. Tho girri
sou in Ireland will number ;!0,(XX) men of all arms
by tho first of January.
Aftor tlio nrrivnl of tho Orenndior Gunrds, tho
Irish uarrisoii will comprise ten ImttorioH of arlil-
lory, seven legimcnts of cavnlrj, threo companies
of engineers, twcnty-eiidit bnttnlions of infantry,
and Homo companies m tho Army Service Corps.
New Yoiw, Deccmbor 2M. Tho World' Ijon
don special savrt! Iinbouchcro publishes to-dnytho
iutelligonco startling, if truo that l'nrnoll has
been muldonly removed from tlio leadership of tlio
hand Leaguo, and replaced by Michael Davitt,
whoso outspoken Feniniiism and omphntio dc
mniids for suparatiou from Knglnnd, it Bays, find
most favor now iu Ireland. This statement must
bo accepted with n great deal of caution, as it is
very well undorHtood hero that thoro aro no two
men in tho Uaiul League on nioro intimate terms
witli one another than nro 1'arncll nnd Dinitt.
Capt William llumphroyH Archdale, of itivorsdalo,
Kmii.skillen, tho Tory member of Fermaiigli, has
issued an address calling upon all loyal men on
his estate to opioso tho extension of tho Land
Lcaguo principles in that part of tho country.
Nordenskjold has ordered a vessel to bo built at
tho mouth of tho Lena, whence ho will sot out iu
lrW'J on another voyage of discovery in tho Arctio
Boas. Ily coiiig overland through Siberia to tlio
mouth of tho Lima ho hopes to ' 'steal a march '
on tho brief open season.
Lientonant-Geiicrul Sir Donald Stewart will
succeed Genernl Frederick P. Haines as Com-maiidor-iu-Chiof
in India in tlio Spring. Genernl
Sir Novillo It. Chamberlains has declined tho posi
tion on account of ill health and doubt of his
A disastrous tiro hns occurred nt ltangoon, Brit
ish India. Tho damage is estimated at nineteen
laca of rupees.
Tho ltussiau Government lias ordered 12 tor
pedo cutters at a cost of 10,000 for tho ilcot ill
Nkw YonK, Dec. 19. Tho World's London cor
rosiHmdout s.iys : Thoro is, I am enabled to Hay,
no truth whatovor in tho rcixirted withdrawal of
Sir Edward Thornton from Washington, where ho
is likely long to remain tho Dean of tho Diploma
tic Corps. His conduct thoro has always given tlio
greatest satisfaction to all tho successive admin
istrations under which hoshas noted. It is missi
bio that tho Marquis of llijioii, Viceroy of India,
will recover his health, but ho will certainly hao
to lenvo tho Kant. Ho has caught tho jnuglo fever,
nfter nn nttnek of which n miui may live, but at
Iord Itipon'u ago ho cannot possibly hopo to get
well so long as ho remains in India. If ho is com
pelled to return it is Hupposcd that tho Karl of
Duffcriii, now Ambassador at tlio Court of St.
Petersburg, will bo asked to succeed him.
General Grant remarked to a correspondent
that his interest iu tho Isthmus Canal dated from
early life. Uo tried to havo something done
about it befoio ho wns President, but failed, and
when ho was elected caused a survey to bo uiado
of every possible route. In this way ho learned
that Nicaragua was tho best. Thcro wore many
reasons lor iiusoi an especial cuarnctor. Nicara
gua was further north and mora direct and nearer
us. Uo did not think tho country could ait by nnd
boo a cenal built across tho Isthmus by Kurinieaiis.
It would bo tho samo thing as though tho United
States hnd gouo to Suez nnd tried to tako posses
sion of it. As to railroad opposition, ho did not
oxpect they would bo friendly to n canal, but if it
was built of course commorcu would go as usual
through tho cheapest channel.
It Is officially announced tint tho allotment of
Panama Canal shares will lie as follows: Applica
tions for from ono to ho shares will Iw accented
in to to; Subscribers for from six to twenty shares
will receivo hIx, and thoso from twenty upwards
v. ill receivo twenty-live jxir cent of their demands.
Installments of 100 francs por share must bo
paid befur tho With instant.
Hr. l'KTKitsnunu, Doo. 1?J. A telogrnm from
Haw t reports that n body of cavalry successfully
stormed the fortified village of Karys ou thotlth
instant, mid routed tho Tekkes nfter nu obstiliato
resistance. Ono thousand sheep and cattle and a
nuautitv of anus wcro canturcd. Tho llusslnn
loss was light, Socral thousand Mero Turco
mans are luhancing with artillery to tho aid of
tho Akual Tokkes.
Gen. SkobelolT suddenly pushed forward Ids
mUauco guard last week, surprising n larco body
o( Tercomaus. eighty-llvo erts from their en
trenched positions at Tvc1c-'IVm, cutircly crush
IxiNjKis, December 20. A tolegrnm to tho Colo
nial ollleo from Pietermatiburg, dated DccoiiiIht
l'Jili. reoorts that 5.01U lUxirs havo taken ikks.ses.s-
iou of lleldelU'rg nnd cstablishtsl a republic, with
Paul Kmgvr President nnd Joubert Coiiiin.iiidant.
No act of tioleuco was eouimitted. Comiuuiiica
tiou with l'retovu is cut. All available troops nro
being sent up.
Dum.iN, December, 20. A lnrgo forco of Iloers
occupied lleuieliMMgim tno itiin nixuiit, aim es
tablished a goernment under Kruger, and tho in
habitants were found to quit tlio town without
piuses. She lovses ot tho lUsutos iu this light
with tho p.it roll lug column from Mnfeteng wcru
tho heaviest yet indicated.
TUo -Yirt a-s t A telegram frotu l'lertcrmarz
burg diaclooos tbo fact that a stato of war exists iu
Trnusvnnl, und that tlu resources of llnglsnd aro
now apparently pledgwl to tho task of subjugating
the Dutch Hocrs. Thoro nro only H.lifi whitfH
cipablo o! bearing arms in Transvaal, and of
these RfiM hao raugad themselves under the ban
ner of a rrpublio at lleldellwrg. We may dismiss
ns altogether uncorroborated tho rumor of tho do
teal of tho Hurgbcrs by Uw Pondoa. The rvlxl
lion of the Hoers can hardly foil to encourage the
Ilasutos to greater resistance,
I3MDOM, Deo. 20. Governor Bir George Colby
will go to Tronsvnnl on tho Slat instance to we to
the sUte ot afiulrs titen. Ute Nttal uouuteU
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John Dcero make QU Hose, !H, 1, 11-1,1 1-'.' nnd S inch ; '
Hcst Standard Weston's Centrifinial LiniiiKS, VI and 1 1 inch, best quality Fortnbln ForrjCH,
HaUhviu Feed Cutters, KurIo Anvils, Spear V .Tackson's ; Dissttm ,fc Htnblin' Assorted Files,
Disston's celebrated Haws, nil sizes; Mneliinsts' Masons' and lllacksniiths' Hainnicrs.
SuccharometerH and Syrup Thermometers, Cut Nails, nil sires ; Cut Spikes, Wrought Nails,'
Horso Shoos, Horso Nails, Finishing Nails.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
TAINTS AND OILS.
TI.AXTIU I.i:AlM rAl'ttAUCtoriTO
L ll) ll,H.
Zinc White, Hnhlmck Lend,
Dolled l'nlnt Oil in bulk nml In t gallon ilruraa,
A full aasurtment Knucy Color Points.
818 1IOM.K8 A CO.
Castor Oil '.
IIOLLF.8 & CO.
cur.!: FHOX 1 INCH TO S
1IOLLE8 A CO.
OF NIXKH FROM
fix tlueail to the Inch.
IIEMrCOltDAGE. AND HOLT ROPE.
AN AMMIHTJIKNT Of Hl.fM t'KOSf a I -J
Inch to 8 Inch. Also. Hpuiiynrn, tjclztnj;. Itatllu,
lloiut'line, ilarllne, Itiiuiullni', Ac
V 818 110I.I.KB ii CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
PATIINT IIION fiTKM'I'i:!) III.4KUN,
Mitnlllc Iron htrnpiiril lllockt. Patent limning,
Plain Hushing, u full ussurtmeut ot sices.
S! 818 1IOLLKS Jt CO.
IVlAllinANKN' I.AHII IN I'AIIJ. H t IOIb.
M each, llutter Iu Jars niul Kigs. Cocte. Cases
Assurtrd Table I'rulls, Cannril .Montu, Jams anil Jellies,
Honey In lllu.s, plcklrs Kegs of Pickles, Vegetables,
Kcj of Pig Pork for family use, lluirs of I ollce. I hrels
auu t'nililles of Uncst Tea, hitnllncs In ()r and lit boxes.
Vermicelli, Macc-aroul, Cruckcrs In variety. Cube bugur,
Keg Sugar. 1101.LUS Jfc CO.
SALOON IIIIKAIs IN (MM'.H ANI tlOXKM,
nmlinm brrutl, Soda Ciackers In cases, .SihI Crack
its In lloics anil Tins, Ugg Jumbles, lUnanu Cakes,
AC, ic. II0I.I.K! Jt CO.
EXTRA MESS BEEF.
l.XTit.i iiti.tii: roitu
noi.i.i:s x co
ALNO, IN NTOVIC,
A FINE ASSORTMT OF WALL PAPEP
BOLTS. SCREWS. Etc
Paint and Whitewash Brushes
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
A 1. 1. Hixr.H,
Of Eastern and Galifornla Make
Foil 8ALK IK QUANTITIES TO SUIT
A Nil HASiK.U.V
im. for balo by
JI'NT AT JIANI)
HAMS A'D BACON.
For bale by
KIIHKUA TO AKIIIVK, AN AUDI
1IOI.I.KS X CO.
I tlonal block, of Central Merchandise.
POTATOES AND ANIONS.
RKl'KIVKO I'KH tlTV Of NKW YOHK,
tho Flutst Ut in the Market.
3 BIS 110LLES &, CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR.
UAKKK-N KXTHA. tJLTUA FAMILY
ilntsiln Klour In nnmrter sacks.
Cum Meal. Oat Miil. Cracked Wheat In 10 lb
bags, recehetl direct from tho Mills ursrr mouth,
qusrtt r and half sacks,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
n. Haokfeld 4 Co.. Agent for tbo Hawaiian Iilanda
r SiJiuy Mail, Saturday, January IT, isai,
Pianofortes in the Exhibition.
In nur prctlnui notlcn ot tlio 1'Ianoi In tho Kxhlbl
lion (No. IV.) In connection ulth those of tho (lermaii
Court, Mowcru unable In do morn than enumerate thu
eiliihlis of I.. NKIII'KI.l). of llcrlln. and that euumeru-
tlou was crroueimi, Hlncu Mrltlng that notice, the
b)dner njenls, Messrs Itabone, Yti & Co., havo Klven
ns an uiiporiiiuiiy in seeing me iiivirumruiB, m niutu
four arc exhibited instead of two, ns formerly staled.
'I hit t Inst Is a Clrund of full compass. 714 octaves
overstrnni;, "an acoustical metal frame In aprallcs, the
action is perfect unfallluc repetition." All the modern
Imniovemvnts are applied; the Instrument It cased Iu
walnut, of line tune and llitlil touch, and belni; In addi
tion by far the most ptlcenorthy ought tu command the
most ready market.
. a Is au upright cottage crand, with Iron frame
oerstruus. well llnlthol. and cand Iu a handsome
frame In the Louis Oiutorio style. Nu. 3 Is an up
right cnttatte, simpler In I ho exterior, but with substan
tial metal frame, and all the evidence of thorough care
In the lutcrual construction. Nu. A Is an otrrttruuj;
uptight boudoir C'Htace of yvty asreeable tone.
llavlni: thurouxhly examined the workuaushln and
construction, and tested tune and touch, e are able to
speak Mlthcoundeuceou tbo sterllni; merits of Ihe.o
imtruments, especially when wa compare the prlcts
ulth those of other exhibits. UtT 1'lauot are now on
exhibition at the store of
HZ Sm It. HACKPKI.P A CO.
Blank IIooIch, Ledgers, .Tonrnnlfi,
Dny DookH, Copy nml Jtcceipt l!(KikB,
Gold Iicnf. WltAl'l'iNO l'Al'KV.,
Bujicrior rrintini; l'npor, two bums,
ilmiilii Itoix.' nil Hizcs, Hpunynni,
Flux nnd lluinp l'ticking,
Sugar cto Goal Bags
Woolpnok, Diirlnpa, Sail Twiuo,
ludiii ltublicr rnckiiig,
SADDLES Sydnoy and English.
I'owdor, lnd and Zinc l'aiiit,
Fcnco Wire, 4, B, G; IIoop Iron, ltivcto,
Gnlvntiized Iron I'iiwh ii to lf inch,
Yullow Slutnl 10 to M of.., NnilH, Btcel Itnils,
i'orforntod IlrnsH, Buckets, Gatlory, Bcitujorn,
Butcher nnd Pocket KnivcH,
ltuzorn, Sheep KlieixrH, Saw Filex, Ao.
CltOCKKKY In Assorted Urates. Also,
Dinner, llrcnkfiiHt nnd Ten SetH,
BowU, llico DiHlien, Cupx, Flower 1'otH.
SnrdiucB. VincRnr, Buret's Olivo Oil,
Gurninu H.uih ie,
Ultrit WiihIi Blue. Illao Mottled Bonn,
Tnblo Salt, ritenritio CundleH, 47. io.
Boitlollnu Ilrnndy, Gin, Ilnni, Alcohol,
St. 1'auI'h Alo, Mnllcr'H LnRcr lller, C'linmuufnte,
Ch. l'arro and lliilsicck Dry Monopule, Ac,
Kmpty DcinljoliiiH, Mnrkot BuHketa,
MoIiihmch nnd Tallow Barrels.
Stockholm Tnr, Flrn Clny, Firo Jlricki,
lied BrickH, TiloH, BlnteM, BontH,
BlitckHiiiitli'H Co.il, SUam Coal, Ac.
AI.SO-0 KTKAM CLAUII'IKKS,
Pianoa from L. Noufold, Berlin
you ham: iiv
Sit 1 II. IIAC'Hl'BI.U s C'.
ijockn, BnttH. Bcrowfl, IlinceB, Anccrs, AtJccr Hits. ChiHels. 8nw. Br.
Mnchmo nnd Curriaci Bolts, best inmiufiicturu; Bmooth, Jack nnd Jointer 1'ltuioH,
Irncen, Bolts, Cntchcs Ac,
1'Iowh nnd Match 1'lauuH. A Full Lino of
Paints and Oils of tho Ecst English and American Brands !
-STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS-
AirioRkcAp; pcniniR. 8 nnd 0 o.. TiokiiiRH, A C A II nnd I) Blenched CottonR, -i wide, best mnke :
lliiblcnched Cottonn, Cherj). Medium nnd Fiuoj Brown nml Blun DrillH, I.tnen DrillR, lienvy i
llusHln Dinper, 1'uro Ijincn bhtetini;, Fino Mobuilo Lncc, Bluo Flimiiol, Kcurlct Fittniicl,
A Superior ARHortnicnt of American AVhito FlnnnelH. '
STAPLE GEOOERIES :
Golden Gnto Kxtrn Fnniily Flour, Hnwniinn Bin, Com Htnrcli. .Inimn, Comet nnd Clienp Tenii.
Cube i SuKnr, Ilnwniian BiiRnrH, Corn nnd J'cnH, ComleiiRcd Milk, Corned Beef nnd TomnieB.
bnrdiiicH, Oxford S-nmnceH. MeMurrny'H OysterB, Kviiiih ,t Lcrciicr'H FineHt Bpiccfl,
1 ho 1 nvorito J nncy nnd AVnliiii S-'onpF Califoniin nnd KaHtern brands t
IlnniH, Corn Meal, Avenn, Graham Flour, Ac, Ac, Ac.
On Ooiitiiafniiieiit :
The Geo.F. Blako Mfg. Co'a Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Pulent Ccntrifwjah, - - '
Woodward G Jhotvn'tt Celebrated Pianoa,
A'cjo Haven Oryan Co. Parlor Organs
WasJdmrn ft Moen Mfg. Co: Barbed Wire, the Best Barbed Wire manvfudurct
Portland Cement, Sutjar Bays, Oatn and Bian, California Hay,
Columbia Jlivcr Salmon, bids, and hf. bbh., Salmon Bcllicn in Kits Vcn' Fine.
' g IJWWWW
and u arm ii till rub. mtiil uf thu btt UttalltV.
- -,.. , . , ...-. , I'mx
DUlsbAO Os J,
1WWW Lime Just received.
COl'FKli-OJjl 1CONA' COFFEE,
U for salt by 0LLU Co
. iMi1T-Tlir -l'lir"T IJII'MKTEneMa
V3 strains, and of all ages, FO SAl.K.nEJ
all ilasK t-ir I and drlivered to steamer orMhsJaMl
schooner, AT MOUKUATK J'KICKb.
VcrswuvwUhlasraaatlsirt wiles the BralNteck
r to liuuruvti wtisil lhajr atasw sxav.
caxa lMajr lia mmttm ! BkiM,
A. IIKKBKKT. Ilaoallao Hotel.
TMtl BAY. JAI.irHNI WAT. lUI,
BlB. Whole nd Uround Barley. .
7b yorSaleby UOLLKS Co. '
Vox Sale by
A. W. Mli'lsABMHsN st ftt.u
Comer Vort and llercliaut sts.. Honolulu.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CENTS' FURNI8HINC GOODS.
AM. MUBCT FJtOM NKW YOUK, l'lilliADKLlMUA AND KUROPB.
POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING!
I Invito tho nubile to cxmuiiio my Mii(;tilflcoiit Stock ot Kuroiioan nnd Arncrlcnn Dry Good, which Im
without question tho , uj m
Largest and Best-Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu.
My rricen for perfectly ntllKH WIJTjV IMIIItl;M nru pcwllivuly lower Hum nro chnrKcsl b
other Hoiwes for OI.I, NllUl-VOKr, HUll.KU UOOUH, utiUer the uuluo of Mlil.l.v
I.A Ol'l'l --.awaasy
Don't be Deceived, Gome and Examine for TouimItm.
UXAMINKMY JlKAUTIFOr. ABSUUTMU1ST OF
Dry Goods, Undorwear, Hosiory, Fancy Goods, Trimmiuga, 01tlLns;
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
VJX. CENTS' NKW CLOTHING AT CRIAT BARC.MM.-e "
I invito n cnreful lunpectloti of my Gooda nud l'rictg. NO TUOUllIiU 'SO MHOVttOODtt, OvdAM
from tho country carefully mecuteU. -
. CHAS, J. FISHEL.
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICK BAZAR.
" " MlfTKIs NVb.
lbOO QALLOJIS OV IPK1M OIL.
f IWI! I'VBK AHTILXK Uf SttllV MIL. Jl'MT
. on shore from tho "Tronic Bird." Tbo Oil Is
ilratutd,iiud la as clear and white as water, for sale by
TH ' SOlXaWftCO.
r o ii
VX Kxtra Kauilly Klour,
llrau, HiOcrud Barley, Whole Barley,
Corn ileal, for feed, "
Oatmeal, Corn Meal.
Cracked Wheat In IU lb, hai.
All fresh and new. ICorsalohjr
" ' : ' '"laULLXS4Co
Voi .ale by . BOUSS 0. .