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JANUARY 20, 1881.
A Word about Words.
mo 1 Thoqo tcrrlMo tonnnes of nam t
rn vn hnlf ftwnrn rif their mlclitv nowcrfl ?
Do wo over troulilo our heads nt nil
tan Whrro llio Jcnt may strlko or tho hint may full ?
A 'J lie latest chirp or timi " limo mm, -
'I lint spicy story, " jon must hnvo heard "
Wo jerk nway In our gonilp ranli,
Ami someljorlf;' gl, of course, goe flmnsli.
W'li-it fames hnvo liten Masted nnd broken,
What rxtllint sinks linvo liecn stirred
Uy ft word In lightness spoken,
lly only nn iillo word.
A sneer n shrug n whisper low,
Tlioy nro poisoned slinfls from nn nmlmshed bow,
Shot by tlio rwnrd, tho fool, the knnvo ;
Tliry nlcrco tlio mail of tho grent or bravo.
Vnln is hncklor of wisdom nnd pride
To turn tlio pitilenn point nsitlo i ,
'I ho 1IH mny curl with n careless smile,
lint tho lie art drlm blood -drip. blood tho while.
Ah mo 1 What henrts hnvo lieen broken, ' ,
Wlmt rivers or Mood boon Allrreu
lly ft word in irmllco stken,
Uy only ft bltlor word.
A Kintiiy worn find n icnuer lono
'I'm miiIv ftoil In their vtrtnn known I
. ... ,. . ... . ..... I
They enn lift from tho dust tho nhjeel head,
'llioy enn turn n foe to n friend Instead j
Tlio lipnrtclo'to.lmrrod with passion nnd prido
Will Illng nt their knock its purtnl? wide,
Ami tho hnlo thnt blight nnd tlio scorn Hint noara
Will molt in tho fountnin of childliku tears.
Wlmt Ice-bound griufs hnvo been hrokcn.
What rivers of lovo been gtlK.u'
lly n word in kliidpmy siKikoii,
Jly only n initio word I
Latest Foregin News-
Tho nrrlvnl of tho Bloamor Zcalandia,
from Snri Francisco, on Wednesday last,
bringing dales of California papers to Jan
uary 18lh, enables tis to givo tho following
Into itornfl of foroign nows:
Coi.UMHUS, .Tnnnary 17th.--Lcading Ohio
HcpublicanB Bay Qnrficld in roally tronbled
nbout finding a natisfactory man to tnko
tho TrcaHory portfolio. Tho prosauro for
Sherman has boon ronowed Binco his elec
tion nN Sonator, nnd if tendered tho port
folio now ho would accept it. But tho gen
eral opinion is that bo will not bo tendered
New YonK, .Tnnnary 18th. Tho Herald's
Washington special says: A singular mis-
npprolionsion has got nbrond concerning
one part of tho now treaty with Obina. It
is asserted in Bomo journals that boforo any
law changing the prosont statutes of im
migration enn go into effect it must bo
Ront to China for tho Emperor's approval.
Thoro is no provision of this kind in tho
troityj tho orror has arisen from tho care
loss reading of tho correspondence botweon
tho ChincfcO nnd American Commissioners.
Tho Chinoso proposed that tho regulations
adopted hero should not go into forco until
they had bcon submitted to tbo Chinese
Government. To this tho American Com
missioners replied at onco that such nn
ngrcotnont was entirely out of tho question.
Secretary Evnrts reveals tho fnct thnt
Ulnino will bo tho next Secretary of Stnto,
by tho statomont mado in diplomatic docu
ments that Blaino will carry on tho corres
Gonernl Walker Bent to tho Houso to
day tho complcto cenaus returns of tho
whole conntry. Tho consns of tho States
shows the population to bo 49,309,595 nnd
tho Territories 783,271, making a grand
totnl of 50,152,8GC. Goncral Walker furn
ishos official figures of tho population of
tho following States: Colorado, 191,049;
Plorida, 200,500 ; Louisiana, 940,203 ; Ken
tucky, 1,048,599 ; California, 80t,08G ; Con
nccticul, 022,083 ; Idaho, 82,011 j Georgia,
Tho Apportionment bill introduced by
Representative. Cox to-day fixes tho number
of .Representatives at 301, and apportions
them among tho States as follows: Ala
bama, 8, Arkansas, 5, California, 5, Colo
rado, 1, Connecticut, 4, Delawaro, 1,
Florida, 1, Georgin, 9, Illinois, 19, Indiana,
12, Iowa, 10, Kansas, G, Kentucky, 10,
Louisiana, 0, Maine, 4, Maryland, 0, Massa
chusetts, 11, Michigan, 10, Minnesota, 5,
Wississppi, 7, Missouri, 13, Nebraska, 3,
Novada, 1, Now Hampshire, 2, Now Jersey,
7, Now York, 31, North Cnrolina, 8, Ohio,
K, Oregon, 1, Pennsylvania, 20, Ithodo
Ishnd, 2, South Carolina, 0, Tennessee, 9,
Texns, 10, Vermont, 2, Virginia, 9, West
Virginia4, and Wisconsin, 8. As compared
with tbo present numbor of members, this
bjll ninkos tho following losses and gains :
Arkansas, California, Iowa, Michigan, Mis
sissippi, South Carolina, and Wesfafirginia
gain 1 each, Kansas gains 3, TcmWkt, Min
nesota nnd Nebraska gain 2 each, JomiByl
vanin, 0, Now Hampbhirc, Mainjrlndiana,
Tcnnesseo, Florida and Vcbbbh loso 1
each, and New York loses 2,
Touonto, January 17th, Tho Globe
Bays thnt eiuce the formation of tbo now
eyndicato $10,000,000 havobeon subscribed
in Eugland toward tho Pacific Railway
project, nud it is now perfectly certaiu that
tho wholo amount of capital required cau
Bdinbubqii, January 17th. Tho county
barracks have been burned, possibly by an
incendiary. It is rumored that tho authori
ties received threats of an incendiary char
? Manchester, January 17th. The police
have found a clue that may lond to the
discovery of tho perpetrators of the explo
iopP at Salford barracks.
London, January 17th. The thermome
ter, last night, was two to seven 4pgreoa
aboao tero ; to-day about twelve above. Iu
Wafes tho thermometer registered tire de
grees below xero. A hoary snow-storm in
London, January 10th. Sir Donald
Stewart has been appointed to the supreme
commaud of the troops in India.
( Bohlut, January 10th. A plot to do-
pose the Rajah, aud massacre all the Ku-
ropean reaiuonts while in church has been
4 discovered at Kalapore, nnd twouty-seren
natives have been arrested.
St. Petibshukq, January 10th. An
.official telegram announces that General
PSIgilkloff has completely invested Gook-
tope. Goneral SkobeloU' reports that Geok-
tepe is invested, except on tho northern
side, by 8,000 men, with tlfty-eight guns.
St. Petebsuueo, January 17th. Gon
eral Skobelotf estimates the Tekke Turco
mans at 40,000. They have excellout ri
fles but only a few old canuon, The Rus
sian, artillerymen captured with their guns
were all massacred.
Calcutta, January 17th, The plot to
massacre the English residents of Kolapore
was wild aud certain of failurebut it was
Dubban, January 17th. It is rumored
that the British troops made two sorties
from Peterro, and were both times repaU
ad by the Boers.
London, Jauuary 17tb. The cost of the
AtgaauisUn war is estimated officially at
PxtiksbdM, Jsnasry 13th. The
Uraad uuke Aticbaei tele-
follows relative to Genal Sko-
a wveataieator uoktep; twtbe
morning of tho 4th instant tho firet Ilnss
ian ptrallel was opened at 400 paces from
tho chief fortificntion. Tho fiirhtinir was
ran.l. tlnannriln anil Bfinrfninnrr. Thn HllR- 1
sinns wero victorious, but-General I'otruBs
vilch nnd nineteen men wcro killed nnd
three oluccrs, and 55 men wounded. Tho
enemy, who woro reinforced by 5,000 pick
id men from Merv, lost 300 killed in tho
ongigomont with tlio Rnssiin right wing
nlonc. This wing wns commanded by Gon
ernl PotruBsvilch. Tlio Jtussians boliavca
L'allnntly, nnd wcro splendidly handled. It
is intended between tho 5lh nud 9th inst.
to roinforco tho first pnrallol and strcngt
on tho workB.
London, Jnnuary 5lh, An official
tltlch from Pietormarilzburg, dated to-d
,says : tnptain Jjnmuert, lately n prisoner
nt Wulclliurff. has inst arrived, llo ,WM
roloascd on pirolo with Cnptnin Elliottf
Both wcro Rent to Orango Frco Stnto nn
nrmed, but whon crossing Vnnl rivor tho
Boers who nccompanied them fired on
tnom, nnd Cnptinn Elliott wns killed Sixty
two of tho prisioncrs of tho Ninety-fourth
Regiment, released by tho Boers, nro on
thoir way down CiCk'h irufiucrt gives
tlv.nifri,iWing"ncconnt of tho disaster : On
tho road from Pretoria to Lidenburg tho
dotnehment wns mot by two men with n
letter summoning tho Colonel to surrender,
nllowmg two minutes for decision. Tho
Colonol refused to comply with this de
mand nnd formed his men, whon firo wns
immedintoly opened on nil sides. Tho offi
cers woro nltnost instantly shot down, nnd
tho forco disabled. Tho Colonol then or
dorcd a surrondcr. Eighty-six men wero
buried on tho field and 20 hnvo sinco died.
Cnptnin Lambert cstitnntos tbo numbor of
Boora nt 'lleidclbnrg nt 8,000. IIo mot
lnrgo nnmbors fit Boers going in from
Ornngo Frco StnTe. Tho coinmnnding ofii
cor nt Ncwcnsllo reports that 300 Boers
hnvo entered Natal nhd takon up a strong
position on the road to Trnnsvnnl, nbout
fivo miles Within the bordcrt Thoy nro
pushing tho patrol to a point lC miles from
Oapk Town, January 10th. Tho opinion
generally prevails thnt tho rebellion in
Transvaal is npproaching its end. ,
London, Jnnunry 10th. Sir Gcorgo P.
Colloy telegraphs from Piotormaritzburg,
South Africa, thnt a naval brigndo with
two gnns nnd roynl nrtillory ronrcbed yes
London, Jnnunry 10th. A Dutch cor
respondent writes : Tho suggestion of Rot
terdam nowspnpors that members of tho
Red Cross be dispatched to Transvaal to
aid tho wounded Boers has bo$h nsccived
with livoly sympathy. A subscripwbn is
talked of for tho purposo of starting some
surgeons immediately for tho Transvaal.
Nino hundred nnd oighty-nino men nnd
six horses havo boon embarked in tbrco
steamers, for tho Transvaal. Tho Duko of
Cambridge, the commaudor-in-chief, in
bidding tho troops farowoll, said it was tho
wish of the Qucon that soldiers should
mako a mild uso of tho victory in South
Africa. It is understood that telegrams to
tho snmo ofiect havo been sent to Piotor
maritzburg and Bombay, whenco contin
gents from India will embark to-morrow.
DoniiAN, Jnnuary 10th. Tho British
garrison nt Wnkkorstorm repulsed n de
termined attack of tho Boers on tho 7th
instant. Tho Boors havo chased a party of
buck hunters and killed fivo of thorn.
Cape Town, January 11th. A largo
force of Basutos nttacked Major Carring
ton's pickots, and wero ropulsed with heavy
loss in several ongngomonts.
London, Jnnunry 11th. Governor Sir
Georgo Colloy telegraphs ns follows: News
has bcon rcceivod from Potchofstorm to
day that tho Fort still holds out. It lias a
Eondon, Jnnuary 11th. A telegram
from Capo Town says tho Pondos havo
joined tho Bnsnto robcllicu, nud are threat
City of Mexico, Jar.uary 9th. Tho In
dinus in tl-r Stnto of Chihuahun, on De
cember 23d, killed four mon, two women
and n child, nnd mnrdered four shopherds
nnd wounded several others. On tho next
day, Lioutennnt Zunign attacked tho In
dians iu Sierra del Nido, but wns uuablo
to drivo them from their stronghold.
Panama, January 4th Thieo Chilelfci
divisions are now on Poruvian soil and'nd
vnncing on tho Capital, Lima. Tho first
nnd second divisions landed nt Pisco, nud
marched northward after having favnged
tho country nround Pisco. Tho various
valleys through which thoy pass have beou
forced to contribute thoir quota to tho
maintenance of tho invading forco. The
third division landed on tho const, twonty
six miles from Limn, and immedintoly ad
vanced on a placo called- Lurin, which thoy
took nt tbo point of tho bayonet, nnd dis
lodged from a good position a Peruvinn
division, estimated at 9J0,ien. The
combat, it frported, lasfllan tour and
a half. CBi&ble lossHs suffered by
both pnrtpPPio third Chilean division
numbers nbot'i 12,000 men, which will
placo tho invading fojna. actually in the
field nt 30,000 meu. Mother division will
be added, which will bring the number up
to tho neighborhood of about 40,000 meu,
with which tbo attack will be made on the
city, which is defended, it is said, by be
tween 50,000 nnd 00,00 men. Various
skirmishes havo taken place, with varying
results. No serious attempt appears yet to
have been made to stay the onward ad
vance of tho invaders. Dictator Piorola ap
pears disposed to wait thoir approach be
hind the fortifications be has erected for
the defense of the Capital, rather than op
poso thoir march along the Hue of road,
which offers many raro opportunities to
harass tho invading army.
The Chilean squadron in front of Callao
has been unfortunate of late. Tho cole
bruted Armstrong guu on board the Align
mon exploded on the 11th of December,
aud one of tho JJimscnr's turret guus (a
200-pounder) suffered a similar disaster.
The loss of tho Armstrong gun is a serious
misfortune, as it waB a formidablo piece of
ordnance Tho breech blow out nud wont
overboard, carrying away several mon
among whom is said to be a Mr, Slate, a
rcprebontntivo of tho manufacturers. Tho
Anyamos went south for repairs. The
Cbileaus lost two steam launches in recent
attacks on tho forts at Callao, and suffered
considerable losses iu killed and wouuded.
Commander Lynch (Chilean) has re
spected the Luchaman plantation, owned
by a United States citizen, and said al
though he would always endeavor to pro
tect the property of neutrals, ho would use
the utmost rigor towards foreigners who
shield the property of the enemy or have it
transferred to then ia order to proteet it
from the Chileaaa.
' London, January 13tb. A dispatch
from Uaenos Ayres, dated the 10th says;
The latest telegrams auaouBC that the
Peruvian army is eaeamped at Ghorrilloe,
nine miles Math of Lima by rail, tad that
tho Chileans aro nt Lurin. A baltlo is be
lieved imminent. Lima is guarded by po
lico nnd foroign residents. A number of
dynnmito minos hnvo bcon plnccd nt vnrious
points outsido tho city.
ilcklo Mounted in Sots or Single
Pieces, such as
Tea Pots, CoflcoPots,
Cream Jugs, "Wnlor Jugs,
Slop Jars, augar Howls,,
Tea and ColToo Urns, &,
Iron Stone Ware
The nbnve wnra In put togi'thcr sot t Imply 10 take the
rje but Is well made in cvrry rerpect.
!. Dishes, Chambers,
Cups and Sficers,
Toilet Sots, plain and fancy,
Dinner and Tea Sets,
Desort Sots, &c, &c.
STOVES, Ik RANGES,
Tin w aro.
NOTT A Co.,
Practical Tin, Copper anil Sheet Iron Workers,
IvftAbumnnn Street, Honolulu
THEOl H. DAVIES
Ol-FEIIH FOB HAI.E
CITY OF MADRID AND OBERON,
(108 Iy Puhmko)
Consliting of the usunl assortment of
BUT GOODS & CLOTHING
Galvanized Iron Roofing and Fence AvTro,
Portland Cement ("White's),
Fire BrlckH, Blue Mottled Soap,
Best Welch Steam Coal,
Galvanized Iron Ware, Saddlery,
8 pair Mirrloes, Tnlt A Wntson'H Centrifugals.
Wines, Liquors, Ac Ac Ao.
To Arrive per LIZZIE IBEDALE
II UK IN UKt'ESIIIEIt,
60 Tons Railroad Iron, T Kail,
Roofing Slates, Ac. Ac.
MJEO. 11. DAVIKB.
PAB1SIAN AND AMERICAN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., Up Stain.
MRS. POOIiE WOUIjD KESPKCT
FULLV call the attention of Udlee to her Tory
Superior SpUa of XMinring and Cuttisf ,
Which cannot fall to give the necoaiary caie and grace
o eatentlal In filling oviryjlgnre.
gFXOIAL ATTOfiOM WELL II OIYXV
Mourning, Wadding and
IADrcS' BIDINQ IUBIT8 A SPECIALTY.
Lateat I'arlilan anil other leading Faahlon I'ubllta
tlont on hand for ctutotnera' rufironce.
tCUrdera from tbu other lalaudav.111 receive prompt
entton. tii y qr
ranHK VNRKRMIUt:i HAVB MtHT BE
M. OfclVKD per Amy Turner, from Huston, a TJll aa
frirtnieul ur these celebrated luuipa. which ar matin
twd lo be ebaaper aud better than any other atil
pump Imported. We uUI Hit atunlloa of plaaUrs parlle
ularlytotha Vacuum Pump, which la leu complicated
mua more arvic4iie nan omer pumps.
AN 1NVOICB OF
And Foi Sain by
H. HACKFatLP CO.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY KSTMMftNT.
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meard 4 w Mk, 4Ut fnab asjss amatt laansissg.
Fur Mats fr A lajs. OWakaaK 4tcMd, w M w
f , at aU aiMkflMsL
G. BREWER & 60.
iflor For miei'X.
HY TUB FINK
AMERICAN BARK AMY TURNER,
NEWELL, Mutter, now abnnl tine from Boston,
The Following list of Merchandise
Steam Coal In bulk,
Giimlieilnncl Coal In cnn1B nml Imlk,
Stovo Coil in caflkfl nnd bulk,
Oak 1'lank, 1 incli to 8 inrli,
Uarroln Tnr. l'itcli and Itonin,
Canal Harrow s witb tsh irncofs"
Turpentine, Pnint Oil, Iiinl Oil,
Knntorn Pino Jlarrol Sliooks,
HorIoii Card Matches,
NEW STYLES OF FURNITURE
A Fine Line of Groceries t
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soup, Irish Stow,
Stowed CalVcx' Head, llnrricot Mutton,
LobAtora, Clnmn, Corn, i'enn, ToinatocR,
Sausuge, Clam Chowder, Jjiird, Family Pork
Cotton Duck, Nos. I to 10
Oakum, Doat Boards, Whalcboate,
A choice Rclection of Ugstoii Crackers in 21b
Manila Cordage, nil sizes from 6 thread to
Oars, Washboards, Buckets,
Hair Mattress;1) nnd Pillows,
Curled llair, Excelsior
Iron Safes, assorted sizes,
Michigan Pino Lumber,
lloo Handles, Wood Seat Chairs,
Ilitlo Poison, Sugar Bogs.
Boiling Top Office Desks
Office Chairs, Baby Carriages,
Jump SeatlExtcnsion Carriages,
1 Brownell's Buggy.
An Invoico of Itofmod Iron, assorled.
Corrugated Iron. Penco Wire, Kubber Belting
AN INVOICE OF
Downer's Kerosene Oil
New itylc, Rotup esptclally forl'lnntntlon uieforcune
Extra Wheels and Axles for Mule Carls.
tS7AH of the above Goods will tic oflcrcd to tbo trade
at prices trnt wj!'. t ure to salt.
KM 1 C. BKRWEB CO.
BY THE LATEST AKRIVALS
1'KOH NAM FRANCISCO
WE HAVE RECEIVED A IjARGE
addition to onr former stock of Ship Chandlery,
Ship iitoree, Provisions, .c, Ac, which giea us the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands, all f which 111 be sold nt the
Lowest Market Prices, as usual. Our friends and the
public generally are respectfully united tu examine.
UOM.ES & CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
TI.ATITIU LEAD IN PACiiAtlBt OF S TO
llo! led Paint Oil In bulk and In 5 gallon drums,
A full assortment Fancy Color Paints.
2 818 UOLLKS CO.
ttPERMOII. IN ANYQI1ANTITY Required.
Custor Oil 2 nnd & irallon tins.
DOLLES & CO.
jSIZEtl FHOM 11NCU TU 3
HOLLEb & CO.
K7 Hal by v
A FCI.I. ANMOKTJIENr OF HIKKH
A six thread to five luch.
IIULLKS i CO.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
AN AMWRTHr.NT OF NIZEM FROM a U
Inch to 8 Inch. Also, Spunyarn, Selling, Ratlin,
Housellne, Marline, Hounding, 4c.
2 818 DOLLES & CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
PATF.NT IRON lTRAa'FKn HI.OCKH,
Metallic Iron Strapped lllocks. Patent Uushlng,
Plain Hushing, a full assortment of stars.
I 818 UOLLKS A CQ.
FAIRBANKS LARD IN PAIIA, 8 101b.
each. Batter In Jars and Kegs. Coetie. Cases
Assorted Table fruits. Canned Meats. Jama and Jellies,
iiuney in uiasa, ricnies. aga ur -icio, vrgetaoiea.
or rig rorK ror ramuy use, uaga oi vonee, i nests
'addles of Flacat.Tca, Sardines In qr and hf boxes,
Vermicelli, Maccaronl, Crackers tn variety, CutM Sugar,
SAI.OMX RREAIi N CvMlt ANB RAX EH,
medium bread. Soda Crackers tn cases. Soda Crack
era In Uoxsaaid Tlns.'Kgs Jumbles, Ilauana Cakes,
Ac, c - . , Z , aOLLKts CO.
t T 8 81T
EXTRA MESS BEEF.
A MB KAftrSBM KXTRA FRIBR PORK
For Sal by HOLLKB CO
1IAMB AND BACON.
JVRT AT HABB, For Bale by
2 818 ' 110LLK8 A CO
PBB EVBKtiA TO ABBIVB. A
tlnnal Stock ct General Merchandise.
2 818 I40LIJCS A CO.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.
UKCKIVKB PBB CITT OF NKW YOBH,
tho Finest Lot iu the Market.
GOLDKN GATE FLOUR
UAKBH'B'KXTBA. KXTBA VABIXT
IJ quarter aad bait sacks,
K Idoi ado flour in quarlst tacks.
Corn Mral, Oat Meal, t'rackeil Wheat la 10 lb
tags, rttolretl dlrtrt rroui the Mills everr tuoutb,
ana wsrraale4 fresh, and of th bsl "ualltr.
3 BIS ' BuLLlta A CO.
Jtwt to band Ex "BaitkA," aad for Bale by
100 bMs. FrlM FlsatathM 81
At 0 Zatemt Mirk JtoH.
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OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
V TO AltlttVI! I'EIt T5
GEiqJLlN BAHK '(. F. HAENWEL
ANTA," FMOM IIHKME
'o bo followed hj the "Rule" nd "lolnnl.")
per Steamer, via Panama.
Aro now in our poncsRion :
Nil Prints. Star l'mln. Ac...
Itrph tt Cottons, Horrock's AVhito Cottons,A ft 13
j iwhov lieu iounn, iicKincs,
Hit Cotton Drill, lllnoJjjIiFiiney FJiANNEfc,
IjaiiiuB, Italian ClotliTWuiH,
l'my Vli FSi'. lllnck DrLHS OOOtiS,
Jac(imrd, Mohair, Atouxwliim, JnconetH, Ac,
JtnriKC, Curtalnn, Iiimljreialnn, Tablo Covers,
Ac Ac. Ac. Ac. i
Buckskins, Doeskins. Coatings, Diagonals,
Printed Moleskin, llrowu Cords,
White Linen Drills, Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel and Cotton Mixed,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Wool JackotH, Shawls, Blankets, Towels, Ac.
Socks and Stockings, Balbriggan,
SUlc Handkerchiefs, Fonlnrdn,
T. It. and Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Necktie, Wool nnd Silk rnids,
Itibbons, Thread, Battuns, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy nnd Toilet Articles t Florida Wiitor,
Oenniuo Eau do Cologne, l'hitocdiiic,
Comlis, Tooth Brushes, Lnbin's Extracts,
Fcatlier Dusters, Harmonicas,
Violin Strings, rlnyiiig Cards.
Looking Olussos, Vienna Chairs.
Iilnnk Hooks, Ledger, Jotirnnls,
l)ny Jiooks, Copy nml Iteccipt Hooka,
Gold Leaf. WliAl'l'INQ 1'Al'Kll,
Hnperlor I'rlntinR Pnpcr, two siun,
Mntiiln Jtotie nil Hires, Hpanynru,
Flnx nnd llomp I'neklnK,
Woolpnck, HiirlapH, Sail Twine, &
lndin Itubbor racking, 1l
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, Load and Zinc Paint,
Fence Wire, 4, C, G; Hoop Iron, ltivets,
Gnlvnnl7ed Iron Pipos y to i inch.
Yellow Metnl 1G to 'M oz., NniU, Steel ItailK,
i'erforntcd HniHH, Iluckets, Cattery, Hcisnors,
Datchcr nnd Pocket Knives,
ltnorn, Sheep Shears, Saw Files, ifcc.
CKOCKEItY In Assorted Crates. Also,
Dinner, BrcitkfaHt nnd Tea Bet r-
Bowls, ltico Dished, Caps, Flower 1'otfl.
Sardines. Vinegar, Durct'H Olivo Oil,
Ultrn Wash Bluo, Bine Mottled Soap,
Tablo Salt, Stearmo Caudles, 47. &c.
Bontellnu Brnndy, Gin, Unm, Alcohol,
St. Paul's Ale, Mullet's Lager Bior, ClmiupaRne,
Ch. Fnrro nnd Ilidsieck Dry Monopolo, lc,
Empty DemijohiiH, Market Baskets,
Molnshcs nnd Tallow Barrels.
Stookliolm Tnr. Firo Clay, Firo Bricks,
lied Bricks, Tiles, Slates, Boats,
Blacksmith's Conl, Steam Coal, Ac.
ALSO-tt STEAM CLAIUFIERS,
Pianos from X. Ncufeld, Berlin
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WILDER lc CO.
Importers and Dealers in
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URGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL THE USUAL SIOCK SIZES
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Stylo "A" costsonly
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kind offtnusio as Stylo
Thoso Instruments reprosont both tho Orgnn nnd Organist, Music, Musician and,'
MuSic Teacher. Piny Hymn Tunes, Popular Airs, Sets of Quadrilles, Polkas, Waltios.
Reels nud Hornpipes with clearness, nccurncy nnd perfect execution.
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MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR 8ALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
KKOEIVKD l'ER LATE AKRIVALS, AND TO AIIH1VE PEIl
W. H. Whiton, from New York, City of Madrid and City of Nankin, from England
THESE GOODS AKE ADAPTED FOR
Plantations, Country Stores and Families
And boQRht from FI11ST HANDS FOR CASH, nnd will bo sold for CASH, with best discount to
Bamc, or on usual terms to parties approved. Wo offor on hand nnd to nrrivo,
Palace Water Wliite High Test Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Above Standard Kerosene Oils
Inl Oil, Castor Oil, Nents Foot Oil, Cylindor Oil, Flnx Stcnm Packing,
India Hubber Flat l'nckinf;, 1-16, 1-8, 3-10, Ac: Aobenton Stoaru Packing, Asbentoa Boiler Covering
Dabbit Metnl, Cnnnl Barrown, Lace Leather, Leather Jteltinp, 8, 4t C. 8, 10 nnd 12 inch ;
Weston's Ccntrif ugal Bolting, a superior nrticlo ; Diss ton's C.ino Knives,
liush Scythes and HnnithB, Ox Bowk, Stale Cart Axles, Mule Collars nnd Hames, Mule Bboea,
Heavy uardon lines, Lane's riantoni' Hoes, Axo nud Pick Mattocks, Paris Breaking Plown,
US, tlio old favorite and unexcelled Molino Bteel Breaking Plow, XO and XI 8teel Horse Flows,
Eagle No. 20 Plow 8, Planet jr. Horso Hoe, n few MOLINE GANG 1'LOWS,
Jolin Deern mako QIl Hose, .'1-4,1,1 1-4, 1 1-2 nnd 2 inch ;
Best Standard Wenton'n Centrifngnl I.ininps, 12 and 14 inch, beHt quality ; Portablo Forges,
Baldwin Feed Cutters. Englo Anvils, Spear & Jackson's ; Disslon it Stnbbr.' Assorted File,
Bisston's celebrated Saws, nil sizes ; Mnchinubi' Masons' and Blacksmiths' Hammers,
Snccliarometers nnd Syrup ThenuomcterB, Cot Nails, all sues ; Cut Spikes, Wrought Nails,
Horse Shoes, Horse Nails, Finishing Nails.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
locks, Butts, Screws, Hinges, Augers, Auger Bits, Chisels, Baws, Braces. Bolts, Catches 4c,
Maohiuo and Carriage Bolts, best uihiiufnuturo ; Smooth, Jack and Jointer Planes,
Plows and Match Planes. A Full Lone of
Paints aud Oils of the Eest English and American Brands 1
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS
Amoskeag Denims, 8 ant 0 or. Tickings, A O A II and D Bleached Cottons, 4-i wide, best make
Unbleached Cottons, Cuerp, Medium and Fine i Brown nnd Bluo Drills, Linen Drills, heavy ;
ltussia Diaper, Pure Linen Sheeting, Fine Mosquito Lace, Bluo Flannel, Scarlet Flannel,
A Suporior Assortment of Amoricnn Whito Flannels.
STAPLE GROOEEIE8 :
Golden Oato Extra Family Flour, Hawaiian Pin, Corn Starch, Japan, Comet and Cheap TU,
Cube i Sugnr, Hawaiian Sugars, Com and Pens, Condensed Milk. Corned Beef and Tonguea
Sardittes, Oxford Snusapes, McMurrny'B Ojsters, Evans A Leeoher'a Finest SpioM,
The Favorite Fancv nnd Washimr Soniw. Callfornin nml Vjiclam i,rntula
xiaras, worn ateai, a vena, uranam flour, ic,
On Contiifrnment :
The Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Feed Irrlf ating Vaenaa Pvjtff
Weston's Patent Centrifugal,
Woodward & Brown's Celebrated Pianos,
JSew Haven Organ Co, Parlor Organ
Washburn & Mocn Mfg. Co. Barbed Wire, the Best Barbtdttfire manvfadurm.
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Oats and Btan, California Hay,
Columbia lHver Salmon, bbls. and hf. bbls., Salmon Bellies in Kits Very Fine.
DRY GQCDS, FANCY 0WD8, OLITIWH,
OINTt FURNItHINQ GOODS.
ALL DIOKCT FBOM NEW YOBK, riULADKLTUIA AND KUBOP1. ''
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