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APRIL 2, 1881.
The History of a Life.
I)iy dawned t Wllhln n cnrtnlncd room,
Filled lo fnlnlneiw with porfmno,
A lady lay, nt point of doom.
Day rioted ! A child had fn tlio liRht (
Hat for the lady, fair and briqht,
Hlio rested in undreaming nlfitit.
HprlnR rono t Tho lady's Rravo wa green j
And nonr it afterwards wa. Been
A Rcntlo lxy with thonghlfnl mien.
Ycnra fled t lift woro n rmnly face,
And ntrnegtrtl In tlio world's rough race,
And won, nt (nut, n lofty plnco.
And then hn died I Heboid before ye,
Jlum.-inity'.i jioor Bum nml ntory,
I.lfo death nnd nil Hint is of glory.
Ten Thousand Miles of Rails.
Tlio mngnitudo of the proposed now Pn
cific Hnilwny, which is to giro through
communication across tho American con
tinent from tlio I'nciuo to tho Atlantic
coisl, will bo hotter npprcciatod when it is
known that tho lino will bo over 2.G00
milos long, involving tho laying of at least
10,000 rmlos of rails, and is to cost nearly
.C20,000,000 storling, tho works being laid
for tho most part through nn at present
litiinh-ihitod country. Tlio lino is to bo
built by n syndicate, composed of Ktiglish,
French, American, and Canadian capitalists.
Tho forms briolly aro 2!,000,000. 25.-
000,000 ncrcs of land, exemption from
laxos and import dntics, and tho monopoly
of building branch lines, and tho lino to bo
owned by tho syndicnto for over. Tho
finished part of tho lino has cost 28,
000,000 ; so that if tho cost of tho land,
reckoned nt a dollar an ncrc, is ndded to
tho cash subsidy, wo havo $78,000,000 ns
tho total cost of tho lino. Jly tho torms
of (ho contract, tho lino is to bo finished by
tho year 1891. Tho Canadians confidently
hopo that tho oponing of this lino will bo
tlio signal for n groat immigration to tho
Tho linos of railways iti tho fivo divis
ions of tho earth cost, in round nnmbers,
$10,000,000,000, nnd would, according to
Bnron Kolb, roach eight limes round tho
globo, nlthough it is but littlo ovor half a
century sinco tho first railway worked by
stoarn was oponcd between Darlington and
Slockton, Scptombor 27th, 1825, and bo
twoou Manchester nnd Liverpool, Septem
ber ICtli, 1830. It is shown that in
Franco, piovious to tho oxistenco of rail
ways, llioro was ono pnssongor in ovory
:;:j.r,000 killed, nnd ono out of every 30,000
wounded, whorcas botween 181)5 and 1875
thcro was but ono in 5,178,890 killed nnd
ono in 580,'150 wounded, so that wo may
infer that tho tendency to nccidonts is
yearly diminishing. Eailway traveling in
Kngland is attondod with greater risk than
in any other country in Europo. A French
statistician observes that if a person woro
to livo continually in a railway carringo
and spend all his timo in railway traveling,
tho chances in favor of his dying from a
railway nccidont would notoccnr till ho was
9G0 years old.
Much indignation was naturally caused
throughout Pnris by a dastardly sacrilego
committod in ono of tho city churches on
Christmas Day. Nitrato of silver was
throwu into tho holy wntor vessels of tho
church of Jacques of Villotto aud upwards
of four hundred porsons, including sovoral
children, woro badly disfigured, whilo somo
of thoin had their sight ondangored. Bat
for tho ciroumstanco that, in expectation of
nn unusually largo nttondanco, tho solution
was comparatively woak, tho result would
liavo boon still moro doplorablo. During
midnight mass tho officiating priest oh
borved that sovoral porsons in tho congre
gation woro badly marked on tho faco, nud,
inving cansod inquiry to bo mndo, ho
found tho forohoads and chcoks of a largo
number of others woro badly blackouod. It
wis found on examination that tho water in
threo of tho hauliers was stained with somo
chemical snbstanco and a chemist in tho
neighborhood, whoso son was among the
victims, after analyzing a portion of tho
water, declared tho cause of tho discolora
tion to bo nitrato of silvor. An invostiga
tiou has boon instituted by tbo authorities
on tho complaint of tho porsons injurod,
but it is likely that tho criminals havo made
suyh provisions against discovory as will
bafllo tho dotoctives.
The Yacht " America." Qonoral But
ler's yacht, Americu, is tnoro than thirty
years old. In August, 1851, she beat the
fiiBtost boat in English waters nnd won tho
Queou's cup. Sho wns then bought by a
British nobleman, and iu tha war was tho
property of a Southern man, who used her
as a blockado runner. A shot from a gun
boat iu tho St. John's River sunk hor. Four
months later sho was raised and was used
ns a Unitod Statos tender. After tho closo
of tho war sho was used as a practioo boat
for midshipmon until General Butler bought
her. Sinco thou tho America has been
famous as a vncor. Quito recently her
owner spent $10,000 iu extended repairs ou
this noted craft.
Tho Mavo trade in Africa is still enor
mous. Dr. Livingstone estimated tho trnflio
ibr all Africa nt half a million yearly. Col.
Gordon puta tbo loss of lifo in tho sSoudau
Mono at 30,000 to 50,000 annually. Raouf
FnBlia, vfho wns left to carry out tho work
boguu by Col. Gordon for tho supprohsion
of tho slavo trade, is proviug its nctivo
abettor, nud tho iniquity ia oncouragod by
tlio Egyptian Government. "Tho sale and
pnrchaso of human beings continues to bo
pnioticcd ou a largo scalo in tho Hedgoy
Voinan, Nubia, Abyssiuia and at various
points on tho coast. Mon, women aud
cUildrou nro sold as beasts of burden."
Tbo Itdians iu tho United States culti.
vntod uotrly half a million acres of land
lust yoar. The uutubor of cattle and sheep
owned by them aggregates nearly 1,700,
000 head. This shows that they aro
gradually becoming civilised, and tho
prp:uut prospoct is that a fow of tho uativo
Auioriuaus will sunivuaud become integers
in tho popalstiou of America for all timo
Murk Twain declines to writo an arliclo
fur tbo beuetit of tbo Society for the l're
vptition of Cruelty to Children, because, as
ho hays, bo has a baby down stairs which
cries nil night for no other reason than
bimply to make trouble If somebody will
blurt a society for theprcveutiou of cruelty
to fathers he says be will write whole
book for its beuetit.
Tho number of immigrants who landed
nt Castle Garden, Mew York, during tbo
mouth of January waa 8,032, wbick U
the largest number for that mouth evor
kuuwu. An uuusually largo number of
immiiracte are expected to arrive this year,
GrStt inducements are bold out by the
luilruad coupawiMitu the way of cheap
fated aud cheap lauds.
Washingtonlis rifo with rumors of gossip
about tbo expected new distribution of im
portant offices. Most of tho rumors cannot
bo Iraccd to anr foundation except tho
wishes of self-nominated candidatci. Somo
of tho others, which scorn to bo well-founded,
aro as follows :
Lovi P. Morton has accepted tho French
Mission nnd will bo nominated at onco.
Ex-Oovomor Noycs of Ohio, tho present
inenmbont, has already tondorcd his re
signation. Kx-Sccrclary Kvarts can havo tho hng
lish Mission if ho wants it, but thcro nro
donbts of Iiis ncccptnnco.
Senator Hoar has requested tho reten
tion of Minister Lowell nt London.
No chango will bo mndo nt present in
tho Austrian Mission, but Minister Kosson
will resign during this Summer, in order
to como homo nnd attend to his canvass
for tho Speakership of tho next House of
It is rumored that Gonoral Schoficld of
Ponn8ylvania,now Register of the Treasury,
will bo appointed Minister to Russia, and
that Hugh Young of Ohio, will succeed
him in his present position.
Report says that Edward McPhcrson will
bo nppointid First Assistant Postmaster
Ocnernl, succeeding Tyncr, but ho may
prefer to resume his former plnco ns Clork
ol tho llouso ot Koprosontativcs.
Qonoral Charles Ewing, brolhor of Oon
oral Torn Fwing, is urged for tho Governor
ship of Now Mexico.
Thoro aro threo candidates for tho va
cant Judgeship in tho United States Court
of Claims: Fx-Privalo Secretary Rogers,
Colonel John Hamilton of Kentucky, nnd
ox-Congrcssman Sheldon of Lonisiann, now
of Ohio, who wns spoken of as General
Garfield's Privato Secretary, nnd who canio
to Washington with tho Presidential
Judgo Cooly, of Iowa, is said to havo a
good chanco of boing nppointcd to fill tho
vacancy of tho Unitod Stntoa Supremo
Bonch. Tho Illinois delegation will press
Williamm E. Chandler is talked of for
various important positions,,but will prob
ably bo appointed Solicitor General, the
place noxt to Attornoy-Gouornl in tho De
partment of Justice.
It is believed thoro will bo quito a numbor
of changos in tho Bureau offices of the dif
foront departments. Gonoral Garfield said,
while talking upon this subject, that ho in
tended to mnko changes, as he thought tho
scrvico would bo improved by so doing. Ho
intended, ho said, to put a good deal of
now blood into tho Washington Depart
ments. After the pautv. Elderly Coquette,
meeting two young ladies and their young
brother. And I'm suro you naughty girls
sat up over so lato, talking us ovor ! How
I should liko to havo hid myself behind a
screen nnd heard it all ! Horrid Jioy No,
you wouldn't! Punch.
Tho officials of tho Dovonport dockyard
havo roporled to tho Admiralty that tho
figurehead piobed up by tlio uarkcntmo
Girl of Dovon, docs not belong to tho
Whon a married woman buys a pug dog
at a low prico sho gots a bargain nnd her
husband gets somothiug to boot. Homer
THOS. G. THRUM,
IMrOKTING AND StANUFACTUIUNO
JWW A J
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Tort Street (Iltcner'a Block).
Uecclved for rocli Department pvcrj month, and
Special Orders attended to ulth promptness.
The Bindery Department
T the only Competent KUhlIliment In the city to
attend to all work from Pamphlet to Presentation llook
IIindlne, andlllauk Dock .Manufacturing of any de
scription. THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
la belns renewed with Staple Oood and Nmeltlcs
constantly, anions the ninst successful of which for
time uud money saving and conenience, are
Letter Paper and Note Taper
In Mocks of U, Itcam each, or )J Ream ilntrle sheets.
80METIIINO NEW Letter Heads and Noto Heads
fall sheet wllh view of Diamond Head. Can be had
In slntjlo sheets to order if disired.
THE NEWS DEPARTMENT
Has special care and attention, to Insure accuracy and
prompt dell cry. a43in
Jfor tale by
A. W. Hlf'IIAHIMMsN CO.
Corner Kort and Merchant its., Honolulu
Just to hand Ei "Eureka," aud for Sale by
100 bblH. Prime PIuitUtioH Sal w oh
At A Lousmt Market Rata, '
Ulrert from Boston ami New Bedford
k bark Amy Turntr, wc h recelted
Cmttmii mveu. MtjH. item ttvrvttN
JUjeos 8 oi. to 10 U. iiCottonSallTv.lne9.e.7au4
5 P'r rV H.trMvc! M&ulla Uocdage, sliea from IV to
, .Buai iupo, y, v au4 1 thread. biunru
r. . loutellii Selalng, 8, . U and 13
All ot which will be sold ubwMua b twuabt la
tali uiMl.eu bai it IWttKls CO.
" "" " siaa irosi 10 w itn.
r- if r5Bt'l-Va4i7 AAVjlt
C. BREWER & CO.
Oflor tlio Oanrayo
OF THE AMKItlUAN
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
JOllXftMX, MAST It,
(Dne from Ronton dtiont the middle of March,)
CON'SISVINO I PART AS rOU.OWSr
Stcrun, Cninncrlnntl and Stovo Conl.
Kerosene Oil, " Electric" Brand.
Kerosene Oil, "Brewer's Best," 1 50 Test.
O v 1 TSW. ntchew,
Baslern Pino Uirrcl Shonks,
Oars "Copper-tipped," Renin,
Pitch, Tur, 1'iro Clay, PliiBtor Pnris,
Ico Refrigerators viirious ai7cs,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick nnd Axo Handles,
MULE CARTS, Heavy nnd Light,
Farmers' Boilers, for Plantation uso ;
An iuvoico of Gut NiiIIh, imnoitctl;
Aino i bliovoln, lltiut'B Axea nml Hatchets.
i ivkm. Ni:i.t:rri:n
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Lewis' Tomatoes, Casos Sutmngo ileal,
Urccn Corn. SiK.tot.uili,
Gherkins. 1 ami UJ trull.
Boston Baked llcatm, Corn Starch,
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soup,
Sandwich Ham ami Tongue,
Irish Slow, Hnrricnt of Mutton,
Stowed Calves' Head, Dairy Suit,
Qr Barrels Family Pork.
Cases Lard, 5 lb tins, full weight'
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIRBANKS' PLATFORM SCALES
Iron Safes, Yellow Jlctal and Nails,
ManiU Cordage, Now Bedford make;
Whitowcod, Slates, Itoseudalo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMI'KISING S.OME OF
Tlio Latest Stylos
A.MXII' XrEI .tlAMJtACTUHKlt.S.
Basket Phaetons, Cabriolets.
Sugaiand Coal Bags,
Thn above Goods will be offered for talc to arrive
C. llhKWKK A CO.
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCIAL r& BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I.
THIS INSTITUTION" BEING ItE
moto from city alluu incut. Is an acknowledged
safeguard for morals for salubrity or climate. Is unri
nllcd. 'ihehuildiiiRs are larcennd commodious, uhlle
the rountls afford the pupils opportunities for health'
Unremitting attention will be j;Wcn to thclnteilectntl
and moral culture of tho pupls, XionCathollc pupils
will bo trie ttialUnd the religious eercist or not, ac
cording as their parents or guardians may desire.
Pupils arc received at any timo during the year. No
reduction will bn made from regular chargis, except for
absv'o cunsed Ly prolrutted Illness.
No leao of abHeiico during the scholastic) ear, except
at tho College vacations or by special permission.
Each pupil must on entering obtain one suit of uni
form, which with all other necessary clothing, Ac, Ac.
will be furnished at moderate cost by tho College; but
none of these will bo providtd by the College unless by
1'iij mints are, to bo made quarterly, and lnarlably
1 bo course of study Is Classical, Scientific and Com
mercial; Latin, Greek, French, bpanlsh, (lernian and
Italian uru taught.
Particular attention will bo paid to the English Lan
guago in all its branches. Lltcrutnrt, 1'ura and Mixed
Mathematics, History, Geography, Chemistry and Not.
ural Philosophy, Ac.
For Hoard, Lodging, Tuition and Washing, per
Scholastic Year $800 00
Entran-e fee.. IU OU
Vacution at College 4U U)
Music, vocal and Instrumental, Drawing aud Modem
DAY PUPILS-Scnlor Class $) 00
Junior Cl.i to UU
Tho Scholastic Year consists of two htsslons, each
comprising a period of five mouths, The first session
commences on the 20th of August; tho second on the
'Attn of Jannarr.
or an uuu runner particulars, appir 10
No. Td Bore ta ula it.
Evening School Department of St. Louis
The Trciluent has decided to Include this branch In
tha curriculum ol the Oulli'.'e.
Its objru Is tn all'urd all classes of the community tha
mrnns n( ucqulrliiK a theoretical and practical LuqkI
rcl 'i, of all commercial and business transactions In
dull j- mo j and also toi;lvoun Insight Into tint workings
and application of the different Trades, which It Is o
essential to d't tn these Islands.
The Theoretical llniucli will bo under the supervision
nt the I'rusldcm anil Professors of the College. The,
Practical and most Important llrauch lll bo specially
attended to by voluntters from tlio various master artl
rnns amonz us. who have klndlr and Kcuerousljr prom,
ised their rvlcen to this usef ufand raluablu enterprise.
They will, alternately, devote half an hour each even
ing to the task of Im parting knowledge to the students.
Ail Iho Implements necessary to vach trade, and to Ag
riculture, will b furnished by tho C'ollcrc,
Each master nrllzan, while connect! u with the Col.
lege, will be entitled to nam) one Krte-LI'u-bcholarslilp
to tbe ortvtllires of this EveLlni. Hrhnul Denarlinent.
TIJHM8 Kach student per ueek.OOcts. 'il.e Uvenlus
School will open at 7 o'lock. . rn'. 1H bMt
INTO E3 1ST C3H 1ST JE3
Should be without the far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand are now In use.
Is the only
LUBRICATOR III THE WORLD
That can be relied upon,
AM IS WAKKAMED
All tint ii Clalmad For It
A certain number of drops per
minute or per hour (visible Iu
the ee), will kcepyour Cylinder
lubricated continuously, (Tbe
old style of caps do not feed
It will pay for Itself In fuel
every two mouths! In oil every
cveu to ten mouths; Iu wear,
packing and labor every four
The above, also Cap for
Shaft Hearings, Cylinder Oil
and Lubricating Corcy jund may
be hod of tbo Agents,
ma w m
TTtaMMMAMIils LAMM IM VAIM.
f1 each. Mutter In Jar and Kxs. Coecse. Cast,
sorted Table fruits. Canned Meats, Jama and Jellies
llouey Iu Ulosa. IMcklet Kr of,Wckli., Vegetables
Ken of It; 1'ork for family use, tUs of Coffee, cfatsta
and Coddles of Finest Tea, Hardin e In qr and hf boies,
Vrmlcf III, Maff atiinl. Cmfctjtq la Wsflsty. Cutns bufor,
Itci bu.-r,' ' iklLUit) A VOT
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JCST HKCE1VED PER
"ATALANTA," FROM BREMEN,
(To be followed by tho "Kale" tint 'lolunt,")
And por Steamer, via Panama.
The Following Goods
Aro now In our powislon :
DARK BLUB DENIMS :
Now Print1!, Star Pad, Ac,
Drown Cottons, Horrock's White. Cottons, A it B
Turkey Hed Cotton. Ticking,
Jllun Cotton Drill, Bhio and Fancy FLANNEL,
Lintlnc. Italian Clotli, Kentn,
Fancy Vliite and Black I) HUMS GOODS,
Tncqimrd, Mohair, Monsiellno, Jaconots, Ac,
Barege, Curtains, Ijauibrcquino, Table. Covers,
Ac Ac Ac Ac
Unckaklns, Doeskin", ConlltiKH, Diagonals,
Printed MoIphMiir, Ilrown Cords,
"Whito Linen Drilln, Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts.
Woolen, rinnncl nnd Cotton Mixed,
Mi rino and Cotton Undo ralilrU,
Wool Jnckels, Slmv?li, lllankcts, Towels, Ac.
Socks nnd Stockings, UalbriRRnn,
Silk llniulkcrchiofs, Toulardi,
T. It. and Taney Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Neckties, Wool and Silk J5raids,
llibbons, Thread, llattons, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Taney nnd Toilet Articles! Florida Water,
(Ictmino Kan do CoioKtin, Philocome,
Conilis, Tooth HniBlim, Lnljin's Kxtracls,
Feather Dilute. M, Ilnmuniicas,
Violin StrltiKS, l'lnjinn Cards,
Looking Glasses, Vienna Chairs.
J1IIIIIA JJUUMi JJVllt "in, uuuillilin)
Day Hooks, Cony and Jtecolpt Hooks,
GoldUaf. WJtAPPINO PATKH,
Kiiiwrior TrintitiR 1'aivr, to sios,
Manila Kotw nil si?is. Spunv.'.ru,:
Flax and Hemp l',ickltm,
Sugar cfj Coal 33Etss
Woolsack, Durlniis, Sail Twiuo,
India llubbcr PackitiR,
SADDLESSydney and English.
Powder, Load and Zinc Faint,
Fenco Wire, 4, r, fi: Hoop Iron, Hivots,
Gnlvanirtd Iron Fiji's K to Mi inch.
Yellow Metal 10 to 111 oz., Nails, Steel Kaili,
Perforated Brass. Buckets, Cntlory, Scissors,
Hutcher and 1'ockct Knives,
ltaors, Slicep Shears, Saw Files, Ac.
CKOCKUKY ill Assftrlcd Crates. Also,
Dinner, Ilrenkfnst nnd Tea Sets,
liowls, JCico Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots.
Sardines, Vinegar, Duret'a Olive Oil,
Ultra Wash nine, liluo louicii soap,
Table Salt, Stenrtno Candles, 7. Ac.
lioutcllau Brandy, Gin, Rnra, Alcohol,
St. Paul's Ale, Mullor's Laer Hior, ChampaKno
Ch. Fnrro and Iltdsieck Dry Monoiiolo, Ac,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molasses anu xanow Jj.trrois.
Stockholm Tar, Firo Clay, Firo Bricks,
lied Hricks, Tiles, hlates, Boats,
Blacksmith's Coal, Steam Coal, Ac.
ALS0--C STL'AJI CLAU1NERS,
Pianos from L. Neufeld, Berlin
ron SALT3 UY
Bit 1 II. IIA'KI'BIil CO.
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
OF ALL KINDS.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL HIE USUAL S10GK SIZES
TIMBER. PLANK, B0ARD8,
FENCING AND PICKETS
A Most Complete Btoek of
Hcuntllngj I'laok, aurfucml anr) rough,
liounls, Hurhicuil and rouuli ; lluttoiu,
1'ickuu, lluatlo, Liit t ico, ClupbourJi.
t i i AUtfJ, lot MTOCM ,
K FINE ASSORTMT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. SCREWS, Etc
Paint and Whitewash Brushes
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS I
O00RS SASH BLINDS
Of Urn rjd GallfofnU Mak.
FaR SALE IN IIA!TITIK 1 81 IT
Aw un i mmtttmttM at
( , SoLUtaACa't.
Nicklo Mounted in Sots or Singlo
Pieces, such ns
Cream .Itigs, Wntor Jugs,
Sloj) Jnrs, Sugar Bowls,
Ton mul ColToo Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The obmp nro Is int logellior not simply 10 tnko the
rys but Is well made In crcry respect.
Cups and Suucors,
Toilot Sots, plain nnd fnnoy,
Dinner and Ten Sets,
Dosort Sots, ifcc, ifec.
NOTT Ac Co.
rrnctlcnl Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker",
Ksnhiiinnnn Street, Itonnliil
MURRAY & LANMAN'S
The Best fn the Market.
y--rw. .fn-jyt ,.
v MURRAY & LANMAN'S
Tho richest, most lastlntr, yet most del lea to of alt
perfumes for nso on tho Handkerchief, at the
Toilet and in the Bath, delightful and healthful
In tha sic1: room, relieves weakness, fatigue, prostra
tion, nervousness anu ncaaacne. ixmk nnt ior counter
felts, fc Always aslc for tho Florida Water prepared
by the solo proprietor!, Messrs, LutsUH
dt ine sol
f m Dili ij Firfamiri, Eragfliti til fucy flooli Siaitri.
Hurray & Lanman'i
Tborlchcs, moat last
Ine, yet Bio.t delicate
allprfcmfsfur us on
- ..n- mm woBsaaaasrriiisi,
St tho Toilet and In tbe Balht delightful and
esllbful In tho tick room, rdlovet weakneaa, ta
tljru". prostration, nerrousneaa sndheaastbs) Look
out for counterfelia. alwaye ask for tbo Florida
Water prrpnred by the iie proprletora, Maura.
Laumaa A Kemp, Half Toik.
Tor 8U j PtTfuman, DmetjUU u4 Tuty
Vor salt very loir. In boud or uiity paid. A uteat sar
Ins by buylnt; a box ot one duzru bottltt
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
ALLAN HKKHUHT. Praprlftor.
.v1 . rc
HO TKL'STHKET, HONOLULU,
Entrance on Hotel, Klcharda. and lleretanla 8trrcti
FIRST-GLASS IM KVIWY RKSFCOT.
Pilots tbt aama a flrst-Ulasa Hotel lu Han frabcltco.
I'AIN'i? AND OILS.
iMtM : ' . . I '
Tint. Whlta Hahkaek LcaA.
Holl4 Palut Oil In bulk and In 5 gallon drum,
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JUST LANDED FROM THE "MOHICAN
A LAIIOE STOCK M..
Of tlio 1'nvorilo
Auiomntio Sltcot iirIc costs rtbout tlio
Now Musiu can bo ordotctl at any timo.
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Tboso Instriimontn represent both tbo Orgnn and Organist, Mnsic, Mtisioian nnd.
Musio Tcncber. Piny Hymn Ttinos, Populnr Airs, Sots of QundrillcH, Polkas, Waltzoa
Reels and Hornpipes with clearness, accuracy and perfect execution.
ic Send, for Ciroular.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
IlEGEIVKD rnil LATE AIIHIVALS.AND TO AHUIVE TEIl
W. H. Whiton, from New York, City of Madrid and City of Nnkin, from Englnnd,
TIIKSE GOODS AIIE AUAI'TED FOU
Plantations. Country Stores and Families
And bought from FIRST HANDS TOIl CASH, nnd will bo Bold for CASH, with best disconut on
samo, or on usurtl torms to pnrtipB npprovod. Wo offer on Imnd nnd to nrrivo,
Palace Water White High Test Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Above Standard Kerosene Oil.
Lnrd Oil, Castor Oil, NentsFoot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Flnx Stonm TnckinR,
Indm Knbbor FIrtt l'nokiiiR, 1-lli, 1-8, :U, Ac: Anbcstoa Steam l'nckiiiR, Asbestos Holler Covering
liabbit Metal, Canal UnrrowH, Lnco Leatlicr, Leatlier Ileltiuc, II, 4, 0. 8, 10 and 12 inch
Wehtou's Centrif ttpal Helling, n superior nrticlo ; Dinston's CanoKniPR,
Hush Scythes and Snaiths, 0x IJows, Mnlo Cart Axles, Mtilo Collars and Hnmefl, Mulo Shoes,
Heavy Garden Hock, Lane's riantcrs' Hoes, Axo and Pick Mattocks, Taris IlreakinR 1'lowu,
LC, tho old favorito and nnoxotlled Molino Steel Urcakino Plow, XO and XI Steel Horse Plows,
EnRlo No. SO Plows. Planet jr. Horso Hoo, a fow MOLINE GANG PLOWS,
John Decro mako QU Hose, 3-1, 1, 1 1-4, 1 1-2 and 2 inch ; ,
liost Standard Weston's CenlrifuRal LiniiiRs, 12 and 14 inch, best qnality ; Portablo Forges,
llaldwin Feed Cnttrrs, Laglo Anvils, Snear & Jackson's i Disston A Stubbc' Assorted Files,
Pisston's celobratetl Saws, nil sires ; MnchiiirttB' Masons' and lllncksmiths' Hnnimers,
Sacchnrometcrs and Syrup Thermometers, Ctt Nails, all sizes ; Cut Spikes, Wrought Nails,
IIoTso Shoes, Hortvo Nails, Finishins Nails.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE,
uttfl, Rcraws, HinRes, Aurcts, AuRer Bits, Chisels, Saws, llrnces, Bolts, Catches Ao.,t
and Carringo Holts, lust ninuufiicture ; Smooth, Jack and Jointer Planes,
d Match PlnticB. A Full Linu of
Plows nnd 1
Paints and Oils of the Best English and American Brands !
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS
AmoHkonR Denims. 8 and 9 07. Tickings, A C A H and D 1 lleachcd Cottons, 4-4 wide, best make :
Unbluachcd Cottons, Clierp, Medium and Finu ; Brown nnd Bluo Drills, Linen Drills, heavy
llussia Diaper, l"iiro Linen Sheeting, Ftno Mosquito Lnco, Blue Flannel, Scarlet Flannel,
A Sucrior Afaortmout of American White Flnnucls.
Golden Gato Kxtra Family Flour, Hawaiian Pia, Com Stnrch, Japan, Comet nnd Clionp Tens,' '
Culio SiiR.ir, Hawaiian SuRars, Corn nnd 1'eas, Condensed Milk, Corned Beef nnd Tongues,
Sardines, Oxford SauhiiRes, Jl uMurray's 0 sters, Evans A. Leschcr'n Finest Spices,
Tho Fnoritn Fancy and Washing Sonps Cnlifornin nnd Eastern brands;
Hams, Corn Meal, Avena, Graham Flour, Ac, Ac.. Ac. t i
On Conwig-niiient :
The Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Ventriugaln,
Woodward Proton's Cclelrated Pianos,
iVcit? Haven Organ Co. Parlor Organs
Washburn tfc Mocn Mfg. Co. Barbed Wire, the Pest Barbed Wire mamaclura
Portland Cement, Sugar Bogs, Oats and Bi an f California Hay,
Columbia Bivcr Salmon, bbls. and hf. bbls., Salmon Bellies in Kits VerlfFine.
TIIEO. H. DAVIES
Ol'PBHM IOH NALK
CITY OF MADRID AND OUEUON,
(OS Uy Pnasuiajv)
ConslslinK of the usual assorttneut of
DRY GOODS ft CLOTHING
Galvanized Iron Itooflnfi and Fenco Wlro,
Firo Hricks, Uluo Mottled Soap,
Iloat Welch Steam Coal,
Galvanized Iron Ware, Saddlery, ?
8 iir Mirrleca, Valt 4 Wutaort'it CentrlfuKaU.
VTinea, Liquor, &c. lc. 4o. ,
Xscsivtd pr LIZZIE IBEDALE
sills IN MKCKMMEBt '
SO Ton:iUllrwl lrB. T Hall,
KwjMbit SUtes, ftc. Ac.
SSI TJ1KO. li, DAY1K8.
ATsti ACCOUU'l'S 1UK AND OW
INO to the PAOiriU COalMKHUIAL AUVKlt
TISBKOrBce up to and IncludlnxthaiuibaAiif August
IB usl U aetlll Vrttk J; U. 4cW wlj. All iHikUudSsaa
uptolliesMoiialewUlbf CUM4W' . 5
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Honolulu, Auttrt W, loV. MI-a
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S25 TO $15 j
samo as Blioot mtiBic proparotl for tho Piano
Noh. 70 aid 78:Hotel Street,
Bottrd by tap Dhj , Week or Traasleal
Cigan, CiguettM and ToWeee,
i(l4 WaUr ad oUiw UU Dritkt,
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Meals I nrsd in lint-Class Ityltj
at au Httvaa.
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Uclri.ble ('repertj w FrtHi, far ilt.
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,T1.,f'Jou.Ko'l8,ri,, l" B'Unl. Thli TloTli
1UJ (ret froutaite on fort ttrert, and 184 (eet reaf. Then
Is a two-storx d(llinK bouii on tke ot, iiii , 71S?
with cook house, hath boa.e and privr. Md two u!
W tii deep, well stoned up from the fcottoio (J, JL'J!
ae purpo.. Tint water Ja Uldcn la tjm dliweii
places, and piping all la good 'xdTlleT?Tbefn
A part o( Iho purchase I
niortKoge on the premises
Money msjr miiaTa SMwed av
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